Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04093
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.------ various schools advisory In lieu of a contract awarded teachers the pay' in,1,1
: This tractor-trailer sprawled on its side Is the result of a rear end collision in.olving \\hat cannot( ht !>t'e'nl..rl' is the hllaltI.1"1 meetings. Bradford County teachers will 1 crease the board has first proposed I
I', \ another Identical rig not shown. When this rig ran Into the rear of the spilled From 11 hole ,ripped in the tank iippt u h.'nlt i "kltlde'fllu'I'oMli. ) gulliNitt nf petroleuni that According to those who did he working the remainder! of even though the
: other rig loaded! with it off I'S' and the track*. attend and in the the school teachers had turned ,
gasoline ran 301 skidded to a !stop across lh<> 't'he dried .1Ihis (truck received minor iajurles i ,*llic ,Ilia.. Iliivrr participate year under a fiH- the contract -
railroad tracks. wiis unliarni-. discussions Tuesday down. The
e..I, night, page edict "Temporary board however I
parent 'apathy also contri- miles on Terms and Conditions did not make the increase -
butes to some students' disregard of (Employment: of retroactive to the first r

[ Petroleum Trucks Collide At 3O1 -S Railroad Crossing for school authority.In will I Instructional be the object Personnel of a public" that of the school ,ea r. I I

\ '-' Brooker; three citizen's hearing March ? in t the school
A rear-end collision involving The two rigs collided 'at holes in the petroleum: tank Highway Patrol' i investigatorsut rlfcht 'side lying; across the' advisory board members discussed board offices
two Mack tractor- about 9 a.m. Monday when and a greatly damaged cab. the scene that his brakes tracks. that elementary Jury Awards t
trailers, one hauling 6,600 one stopped at the Georgia- failed when he .tried to slow Ull', In't'stigators'said school's conduct problems The temporary rules would
gallons of crude industrial oil Southern railroad with Principal Phil be in effect until June 30.according .
crossing The truck loaded with uhout.3alu(> gallons! of oil have Vennegaand
and the other loaded with four miles south of Starke on gasoline has just begun to beefl( recovered after spilling Bradford Middle School to Eddie Douglas,
gasoline, left one rig lying on US+301 just north of SR 18 at move forward when it was hit Silcox's truck hit the other'' frost holes torn in the side of guidance counselor John school business manager and $22,122In I
its side with major damage the Mutual Lumber Company. in the right rear by the rig as he swerved off' the roadto the .tank. nell. Vellenga said the' are necessary "for" an orderly
while the other was relatively Neither driver was petroleum-laden truck. The (the right, traveling at about Silcox was charged with remaining members of the closing of school. .i I.i

undamaged. seriously injured. The rear driver of the second truck, 43; mph. and knocked down careless driving after an investigation advisory board were absent Judy Clark, president of the :
tractor-trailer sustained Cary Steven Silcox 27, of warning signals!( at the' turned up no because of illness.: Bradford, Education Wreck
: Irricr $10.000 in damages, including Tallahassee, told Florida crossing. It came to rest on its evidence of brake failure.. Vellenga said those present Association, said Tuesday slK-
ihe J :ll1Un .1',' had a "good discussion" and had not had time to study each Robert T. Cooper and his: I
y, expressed their support to- page of the rules since she re- wife Annie, of irilfis( Loop
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'ROSY OUTLOOK ; conduct problems.[ .notice the 10 pages: deatmg' $:!'i.1Z'I"l'jf1lIIft..r: u Iwo Clay "t'
'. County wide, opinions with grievance proceduresand jury trail in Circuit 'ourt in u
) differed concerning corporal procedures for suit to determine the amountof
punishment and who should negotiations had been deleted. damages stemming; from a
Bradford :Hospital Has $116,381 In Bank; Trustees Pleased administer it if it becomes 1974 head on collision.I :
I necessarv. In some schools. "Teachers are not going to
Terming it the first year outdated and nonfunctioning February 24, to hear from the cations Corporation of such as Southside elementaryand like It," said Mrs. Clark Cooper and his wife were
l they have not had to "rake items. hospital auditor but Jacksonville to do a survey of Bradford High parents referring to the deleted portions traveling south on VUilnul j
and scrape" Bradford County The, board voted to acceptthe authorized administrator the hospital telephone needs. and teachers said that student Also left out of the rulesis Street April !9 i. 1074! in a pickup -
Hospital Board Trustee Bill low bid of $17,350 for a K.D. Edmondson to advertisefor The private telephone system conduct was worsening. a preamble, according to truck when a ear driven by
Dodd turned over the chair- nurse call system from West- bids on a photo timer and recently received approval Teachers at Southside said the Douglas Mrs. Clark said she Leroy (ireen; nl Jackson I illi-
man's hot seat t to Billy side Communications of an x ray film processor from the Bradford Board of incidence of students using would have to examine more rounded/ f the corner going
Dampier."We Jacksonville. Charles C Gay, requested by Dr. Kiert Sun- County Commissioners to In- profane language towards closely in comparison w ith the north on Walnut, crossed UK-
Thursday, Feb. 24 representative from the dusadee. Reserving a purchase stall their services in the them had increased greatly in teachers proposed contract to center' line and hit Cooper,
come a long company, told the'' board the decision until a check of courthouse. Currently the the recent past. see if any other changes had head on.Cooper .
BHS Science Fair way,the said first Dodd saying this price included a trade in for the auditor's report shows hospital pays Si.MM() ) monthly been mucle.Spokesman. ."11. .1 i :sanitation

Open House and did was not have to year call for the board the existing pillow speakersand how much is left in the equipment for contract services which Parents at Southside lor the teacher's worker w ith the ail> of Slarkeand'part
Award Ceremony to find to special the new system would purchase budget, board expire this October. The Elementary listened as bargaining team, George time t (log ccitcluT.cliiinu'il .
4.s pm. hospital ways cover have added features plus a members agreed. phone system has been under teachers told of unfinishedand l LOPl'HIS! unavailable lor in his suit' lie
Math-Science Bldg turned expenses.the Dodd light over the door of each The47 bed hospital operatedat criticism recently by board sometimes unrelurned i common! Tuesdaybut Mrs. I sustained a permanent' hark.
chairmanship to one year room. The system to signal 85 percent capacity for the members. homework assignments. A Clark said, she expected a injury 'li-om the accident.

BC Hospital. I Board the hospital having Dampierwith nurses for assistance is part of month of January and an even Edmondson read a. letter few teachers said they did not "good turnout" at the hearing. Richard Welly.t Cooper s
Special Meeting bank ballance of 1116,381 and a the original hospital equip- higher rate is expected l in notifying the hospital that assign homework to students attorney, said the suit was not
With. Auditor all the bills paid to date. ment and is 20 years old. February, and was full the :Medicare and Medicaid certilication t- because the majority of The School Board to question liability. l Ian lu
'7p.m. evening of the meeting Ed l lor the hospital had students did not complete. the negotiating team according determine damages.Hl: !
Dodd nominated Dampier, Another piece of original mondson told the hoard. been granted I after a recent assignments.One to !Douglas, its spokesman is said he and co counsel SteveKappcneckor >
the board
Union County School Charney Williams as vice equipment voted to inspection mother present pointedout proceeding as if bargaining on had lean unable
Board Workshop chairman and Inez Green to replace was an autoclave and In other business, the board Dr. Sundausadee, secretaryof that if letters sent home a l 777!> (; contract is 'finished i to come to ii I satisfactory
7:30: p.m. remain the secretary. Trustee accompanying water still at was told items from lastmonth's the' medical staff, warned of the possibility of and the teachers are amount' of damages iilhIrcen's
the low bid
County Offices member George Shuford, not 16423. The ml'Clingh'l'e being reiterated recent staff holidng the child back a grade operating without a contract.Loper's (; insurance ( > .
present at the meeting, was autoclave, used for sterilizing, taken care of, the direct line to requests lor increasing collection then parents sometimes position has been that t.lh'rlllIlu1l1: "lIIp| II1 v
Friday Feb. 75 undergoing tests at St. Vin- replaces one that is broken the nurses station from the for emergency services responded favorably. Many bargaining is not yet finishedfor l
and leaves the current oper- doctor's office had been installed and this school Teachers The uralter
cent's Hospital in Jackson. the collection of bad parents also suggested year. ,| testimony
ville. The trustees voted in ating one for a back up unit. a freezer had been debts. Hoard members said by switching back to the old A twice turned down the 'Ironi I lr !I'.G. "' 'Ills tli Slarkt'
BHS Science Fair toto on the nominations. The board also approved pur- bought and the emergency the next t meeting 'they would through F grading system because proposed contract because of and two iiiine-ivillo
Display chase of a dishwasher for transfer switch was almost have enough information to they are more familiar the salary issue. The school physicians, .1\\arhd519.122! !) : :! In
8a.m.3p.m.MathScience Prompted by a rosy $2.734 from a Jacksonvillefirm completed to prevent loss of discuss the purchase of a with it. They said than an F on board, effective Dec. i 1:1: Cooper" und S.l.iKio to his wile
Bldg. financial picture the board power during a power failure. blood testing machine and a a report card carried more lor loss ol her husband's
voted to purchase $36,497 The board scheduled a The board approved a request possible increase in rates for psychological impact than the consortium, comlorl. society'
Starke Elementary PTO worth of equipment to replace special meeting Thursday, by the First Communi- these services. U now used, perhaps becausethe Graham i Man and attentionFordKTA
Talent Show 7p.m.
parents grew up under the
Supper SrlOp.m. old system. ,

Cafeteria Still Southside principal Lucille Fatally ShotIn Applic'utllOl "('(.(I(1 '
City Studying Power Rates"We're Payne said she was pleased I 1
Lawtey Little with the approximately 25
League Meeting parents who participated in ArgumentElvin : : I'u..iticm

7p.m.School losing our shirt," using a 4 cent figure for all currently has 4:16: commercial Florida Power and Light is meeting She did speculatethat
Library commented Starke mayor over 1,500 KWH, a raise in theminimumchargefrom$1.50 users but the top 23 currently costing the city 2.8 many of the parents Doyle "Spec" Casey, In Cil\; Of Broker
commissioner Charles to customers use 66 percent of cents per KWH. present regulary attend 48. of Starke was shot and
Saturday, Feb. 26_ Schaefer work $5 school functions and that lack A position of maintenanceman :
during a keeping the same fuel the commercial power and 20 killed Friday in Graham and
session Monday in prepara- adjustment of 45 percent. percent of the total power The council has been of concern could be keepingsome Russell Starling 36. has been lor the Town of Hrookcr
GURICH Club Dance tion for a full board meeting Bond trustee chairman generated. Edwards said the discussing raising the rates parents away. arrested and charged ith is open under the Comprehensive -
7p.m.midnightArmory Wednesday to set an increasein Smith asked again for a month city begins to lose money since the February 1 meeting Mrs. Payne introduced whatis murder, according to Brad- Employee:
Edwards Rd. commercial electricity by month balance of the when a commerical customer when Edwards told the termed a "behavior 'con. ford County Sheriffs spokes Training Act, according to
rates for the city.Commissioners., utility system so "we won't be uses; over 1,500 KWH. At that commissioners he could not tract" a single sheet listing man. David McKmght. employment
Monday, Feb. 78_ shooting in the dark." level the rate is 2.5 cents per pay all the bills January had nine class rules and six According to Sheriff's interviewer with the Florida
Schaefer, Edwards said the been a peak month in terms of possible for State Employment Service.
Vernon Silcox Joe Warren city- KWH. but that power from reports Casey was allegedlyshot l I
power used and the cost of fuel breaking the rules. The
Union County and bond trustees Cliff Hazen five times with a .22 Applications must be made
Legislative Deleg.tlon8pm and X.M. Smith batted Alvarez Petition; oil( had jumped in that month. contract to be put in to effect. caliber pistol Friday at :3:50p :; in person at the state employ-
Seeks To Return
immediately, serves to insure
numbers around and m. at the Starling residencein ment agency in the Old
finally Discussion the
at Feb. 15 I
that students are aware of Bradford
Graham. Sheriff's office
a CourthouseTuesday asked clerk Merrill Edwardsto t in
meeting had the council
figure all kilowatt hours Decisions Counties members rules and punishments, and investigators said the men Starke. aw West Call Street.
To down
Property ; bogged in also serves as a written recordof be- Gross
were apparently arguing salary would
March t over 1,500 at 4 cents per KWH. figures and the call came for infractions. by $4.3per :
a raise from the current cost A petition is satisfaction the special for fore Starling fired at Casey as month.
currently being at a recent meeting Many teachers and parents he sat in the
J living room.
Bradford County of 2.5 cents per KWH, to check circulated by Bradford meeting with the Departmentof Monday. The figures workedup said they were shocked at the Casey died in hands teaching
Legislative Delegation how much added revenue this Property Appraiser Jimmy Revenue (DOR) Bradfordand by Edwards was to be discussed increase of profanity and Hospital in Gainesville Friday Blood Drive ,
t 1pm. would bring to the city. Alvarez, to be presented to the 59 other Florida counties at a special com- other forms of unacceptable evening.
Courthouse The commissioners want to legislative delegation when it received in December a letter mission meeting Wednesday behavior in the recent past. Starling is being held without SetIureli22
try to generate $25,000 more a comes to the courthouse telling them they must bring night 5 p.m. in City Halljust Some parents tied this increase bond in the Bradford The Chamber ol Commercehas
Friday March 4 month in revenue. Commissioner March t 1.asking that authority their assessment! values in after the Telegraph's press to the crowded con- County jail.Casey announced a blood drive
Warren estimatedthe to determine property values line with state law by July 1, time. ditions and high pupil .
lost was a heavy equip- set for March 22 w ith a goal to
Women United J20.000 power in January.plant Warren over be returned to. the counties. or else.... Edwards said Wednesday teacher ratio at Southside.One ment operator and a veteranof double the number of pints

World Day of Prayer presented figures which Alvarez said he hopes to Alvarez said the DOR is a morning five people had father present suggested the Korean conflict. Casey's donated in the January drive.
11 a.m. called for a raise in rates to 5.9 show the legislative delega- "thorn in the side of the appraiser worked all Tuesday going everyone at the meeting father Thomas L. Casey died Sponsored by the Chamber
First Methodist Church cents for the first 800 KWH tion that citizens in Bradford and hinders him in the through each commercial should speak to the school the previous Monday. of 'ommerce In conjunctionwith :
Covered Dish and.4 cents for more than 800 County are concerned with job he has been elected to do." account over 1,500 KWH. They board member In their districtto February 14. Survivors include the Civitan Regional
KWH and suggested a 10 per- "tax reform" that would lie said he hopes the legis- worked to. compute the proposed bring the problem to his his mother, Mrs. Ethel Blood Center drive allows
( cent fuel adjustment charge. "more fairly and equitably lative delegation would heed 4 cents KWH and see Casey of Starke; three people to donate a pint once a
i idle, (Hanumwitiitalr Warren said he did not know spread the cost of governmentand what is asked for in the what each account would The five citizens. ;and two- brothers, Delbert Casey ,ofHampton year credited in their name
llnnk how much this would bring provide some relief to the petition and take it before the bring in increased revenue school personnel "at 'the' Lake..Deryl Caseyof that can be used for their
into the city. small home owner" full legislature and change the and would continue working Hampton Elementary advisory ( Jacksonville, and John family.
Account Now In...,."Up After discussion Edward role of the DOR from the through the day to try and committee meeting Casey of Ft. Myers; two The January drive netted 41 I\ \
Teew.aaey was told to calculate the The petition was prompted, authoritative power it is and have the figures ready for the discussed the conductSee sisters, Mrs. Desta Dyal of pints and Chamber officers I
/.e.r.I-- l D..o/Inwr.nc.Corp.. amount of additional revenue said Alvarez, by not receiving council Wednesday evening, ( Page 7) Hampton Lake and Mrs would like to double that I!
(See Page 7) said Edwards Judith Berard of
: Key West.! amount in the, March drive.II .

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I Barbara Ann Godwin Lamar Griffis Exchange Vows In Methodist Church I honored Monday night at a, baby February shower 21,

held in the Grace Baptist
Barbara Ann Godwin, carried a basket of rose Church annex, given by the -a,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. petals. members of the Ladies
Henry T Godwin of 1013 E. Greg Dodd served Mr. Fellowship Union.
Call Street and Lamar Edward Griffis as best man, and r Hostesses for the eveningwere
Griffis, son of Mr. and ushers were Robert Bennett Mrs. Joe Faulk, Mrs.
Mrs. Ancil Griffis, of Brown and Tommy Jackson. John Clifton Griffis and Mrs. Billy
lee Hoad, exchanged McSpadden, of Gainesville, Smith.
marriage vows at 8 o'clock was ring bearer. w The refreshment table was i-Z'
Friday evening, February 12, A reception was held in the covered with a beige lace
t in the First United Methodist church fellowship hall, where tablecloth and was centered
: Church of Starke. arrangements of white with an arrangement of spring
The ceremony was per gladioli and apricot and flowers. The gift table further
: formed by the Ucv DeWitt T yellow mums were used in decorating carried out the baby shower c
Kara bee, of Sarasota assisted 711 The small table theme.
by the Rev George L. Harper, / holding the bride's book was The 15 attending enjoyed
of the Starke church. Mrs. covered with a linen cloth with games with prizes and r
Lloyd J. Green was organist, lace overlay, and centered refreshments during the party
with VV,B. McKinny as with a silver and crystal vase hours 7:30: to 9:30: p.m.
violinist holding apricot carnations.The J
Paula TannerTannerWheeler
bride's table
The ceremony was performed was
overlaid with a white lace _
against a background
of a central arch of candles, cloth over white linen. The Engagement: Told _
flanked by two tall baskets of lace cloth was caught up at in- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mr. Wheeler is a 1975 M
white and apricot gladioli and tervals with miniature nose Tanner of Starke announce graduate of Bradford High
yellow and apricot mums. : gays of apricot and yellow the engagement and ap- School and is presently employed
Palms were used in the back mums, accented with puffs ofapricotnylontulleahdribbons proaching marriage of their with Durrance Pump
ground and the altar rail was -. daughter, Paula Elaine, to and Supply of Starke.
banked with magnolia leaves. of apricot and brown. The. Donald Steven Wheeler,son of The wedding will be an A
A small table held a large linen skirt was outlined with Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Wheeler of event of June 3 in the First
memory candle which was lace. A three-tiered wedding Starke. Baptist Church of Starke. All
lighted by the bride and cake decorated with apricot Miss Tanner will be a 1977 friends and relatives of the
groom as a symbol of their hearts and topped with a graduate of Bradford High couple are invited to attend
union. Windows on each side miniature bride and groom School.
ol the sanctuary were de- centered the table, flanked on
coraU'd\ with greenery! and two either side by three-branched
lighted tapers candelabra holding burning Tina and Gina Brown
Given in marriage by her tapers. It was centered with Couple Honored With Open Houseand
father the bride wore a an epergne holding an "
Victorian gown of candlelightsatin arrangement of yellow, An open house for Miss Mrs. H.M. Hatcher,. JrT: TwinsTo-Model Tbr Gi Y
with lull panel back :Mr. and Mrs. Lamar i>;.Griffis apricot, and bronze mums. Gayle Hatcher and Mr Ken The dining table was
which fell into a cathedral Silver compotes were used for Weaver was held Saturday covered with a white lace Twins Tina, leftand Gina Brown will model for TG& Department
train The empire waist with flowers were a bouquet of crown of tulle and lace, embroidered nuts and mints. night, February 19, at the cloth, centered with an Store in the upcoming March 8 Spring Fashion Show
lace overlay and self covered cymbidium orchids inter in seed pearls. Guests were greeted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Drew arrangement of spring sponsored annually by the Junior Woman's Club of Starke.
buttons terminated\ the spersed with puffs of nylon Sandra Robarts of Indian- door by Mrs. Drew Reddishand Reddish on Debra Street. flowers flanked with white Tina is wearing a sporty pin striped Gaucho suit from the
high neckline The long full tulle and satin leaves on a apolis, Ind. was maid of Mrs. L.C. Farley. Mrs. Hosts and hostesses were candles in silver candelabras. Ladies Department at TG&Y. Gina models a gaily printed wrap
1 sleeves were II attached\ deep prayer book. The floor length honor wearing a gown with W.E. Johnson of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. James V. Pouring punch were Mrs. around mid calf skirt with a contrasting plain denim top.
cuffs with lace overlay Her veil was attached to a regal flowing apricot polyestercrepe Heights cut the cake, and Mrs. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. John H.H. Adams and Mrs. Charles The girls are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Brown of
skirt. The bodice was SE. Kennedy, also of Key- Greene, Mr. and Mrs S.L. Darby. Serving coffee from Starke. Both are seniors at Bradford High/
fashioned with scoop necklineand stone, kept the bride's book. Peek, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. the buffet was Mrs. H.M. Tickets for the annual spaghetti supper and fashion show, set
Dewight Slater's empire waist with sheer Others assisting were Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs Linda Hatcher, III Pouring punchon for 7 p.m. !March 8, are $3 for adults and $1.50 for children.
t overblouse of floral print, and G.S. Robarts of Indianapolis; Johns, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. the patio were Misses Pam Advance tickets will be $2.75 and $1.25.
short puff sleeves. She carriedan Mrs. E.H. Register, Orlando; Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, Lynn Pierce, Debbie
Food & Seat arm bouquet of apricot and Mrs. HII Green, Gaines- Mike Sheppard, and the Drew Mitchell and !Mrs Jim liar-
carnations combined with ville. Reddishes.Mrs. dee
: Open u.S. 301.S. ribbons. The bridesmaids, After a wedding trip to Drew Reddish and Others assisting with the Gayle Hatcher Honored At LuncheonMiss
7AM 12 PM. & Walnut St Karen Glover, of Floral City, Fontana Village N.C., and Mrs. J.R. Reddish greeted guests were Mrs. Carl Hurst,
ese t and Annette Griffis, of Starke, Courtland and Kingsman, guests at the door and intro- Mrs. Olin White, Jr, Mrs. J E. Gayle Hatcher, April 8 Corsages were presented to
wore gowns identical to that of Ohio, the couple will reside at duced them to the receiving Hardy;'Mrs; Joe Gissy and bride-elect was honored at a the honoree and her mother,
MOTOR OIL SCHLITZ the maid of honor, and carried 204 W Adkins Street in Starke. line composed of Miss Hat Mrs. Frank Mitchell. buffet luncheon Saturday, Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Jr. Miss
: similar bouquets.The The bride will graduate cher, Mr. Weaver, and Col. February 19 given by !Mrs Hatcher was also given a
flower girl was Julie from Bradford High School in Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. T.II, silver leaf tray as a mementoof
3. $1 12 Oz Bottles $ | 09BORDEN Ferguson, of Starke, who worea June, 1977, after completing Slade at the home of the latteron the occasion.Out .
Plus Dep miniature model of the other school at the mid-term, Personal Safety Lecture Givenwas East Call Street. of town guests were:
attendants' gowns, and January 20. !Mr. Griffis is a Mrs. James It Reddish and Mrs. David Henry and Mrs.
shown and reinforced in
1974 graduate of BHS and is The Alpha Gamma Chapterof Mrs. !Marlie Sanderson served James Jordan of Tampa;
'S RCGRAPESTRAWBERRY- Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR now employed in Gainesville. Alpha Delta Kappa held its !his jaf ety comments. on personal punch from a silver punch Mrs. James lIardd of Gainesville .
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February meeting at the bowl as the guests arrived. ; Mrs. Marlie Sandersonof
.. Hostesses for the
FOR SALE C h eveningwere
MILK ORANGEROOT BEER paper, mOlt (lie. IB regl.ter iiloek. Episcopal Parish House with Mary Agnes Ferguson, The luncheon was served Tallahassee; and Mrs. M.H.
864 Suite C N. 301 President Gladys Thomas from beautifully Sheppard of Brunswick
Phone ID to tee If we have Laurie Mullins, and Ernestine appointed ,
12 Oz. Car.s lit la and presiding. ,buffet. The bride's table in the Georgia.
lat 9-6 Daily your or com Jmt Register..
Gal $149 6 Pack. i bro.... and The Office Shop,,%-,' Evelyn Sinclair gave the ,. dining room was covered with .....
964.8018 phone 964.5764. devotional. an imported white cloth cen UDC Luncheon Sets
-- - --- Program was turned over to Teal ElectricElectric tered with an arrangement of
Sissy Santangini who introduced deep rose camellias and paper The UDC. will hold a
Sargent Winston white narcissus. Tables in the luncheon meeting Wednesday,
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honored at a miscellaneous Corsages were presented to
Mr. and Mrs. Steve bridal shower Thursday the honoree, her mother and Tuesday night of last week with a corsage and, as a \!
Keuchenmiester of Summer. evening of last week held in the mother of the groomtobe.The Out of town guests attendingthe Miss Kathy Wainwright Weldon until Feb. 25. Mrs.given Dale by Mrs.Johns,R.A.Mrs.Colson, umbrella memento of the occasion, an t'' '
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-. the birth of a daughter, Kim. First Baptist Church. Daven- Hatcher with an iron.ONOII Hatcher and Mr. Ken Weaver served as bridesmaid in the Mrs. R.P. McLendon left Waters at the home of the .
berly Michelle born Feb. 6. port, Florida. were Mr. and Mrs. James wedding of Miss Cynthia Sunday for a visit with her son latter on West Madison Street.
Mrs. Keuchenmiester Is the Hostesses were Mrs. David Jordan of Melbourne; Mr. and Wilson and John Hanson, Jr. and daughter in law, Mr. The refreshment table ?1).1\-.., ,:
former Jan Thompson of Earl, Mrs. L.E. Jones; Mrs. Mrs. Dave Henry and Mr. at the First Assembly of God and Mrs. Jim McLendon and covered with a beige lace r
Starke. Maternal grand. Elizabeth Thompson, Mrs. Chuck Coty of Tampa; Mr. in Ocala, recently.We children in Miami. She will be tablecloth and ;
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill A.V. Aldridge, Mrs. Louis Al- Miss Gayle Hatcher, April and Mrs. Don Hardy and Mr. visiting for a couple of weeksor with was centered Robert L. Brown. Jr and ?I
Thompson of Ocala. Paternal britton, Mrs.: Charlotte Whit- bride-elect, was compli- and Mrs. Jim Hardee of are sorry to learn that more. flowers an arrangement and of spring son, Phillip will be leaving '. .. 'I
!grandparents are Mr and worth, Mrs. Angelo Chiffei mented at a surprise mis- Gainesville; Chase Hardee of W. E. Tilley is a patient in the The 14 green tapers. Feb 28 for Kansas City. Mo ,
Mrs. Keuchenmiester of St. and Mrs. Barbara Cox. cellaneous shower Wednes- Ponte Vedra; Mr. and Mrs. North Florida Regional Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Abott of guests attending en- where they will be attending 1
Louis. The refreshment table was day, February 16, given by Lester Kalbrunner of Cleve- Hospital In Gainesville. Tampa are visiting with Miss by joyed Mrs.games Frank; with prizes won the Western Auto Training ,I
Kimberly is the great. covered with a lace tableclothand Misses Carolyn Johnson, land, Ohio; and Mr. and Mrs. Madge Middleton and Mrs. Mitchell and Center for two weeks I
granddaughter of Mrs. Leo C a centerpiece of mixed Susan Hicks and Susan Steve Chaka of Wakeman, Sunday guests of Mrs. Mildred Mardis until Sunday.
Champion of Starke. flowers and candles. On one Hatcher in the Recreation Ohio. Gladys Weldon were Mr. and I'll
end of the table was a crystal Room of the Baptist Campus Mrs. Peter Alogna of Capt. and Mrs. J.N. Myers ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Talley, punchbowl and crystal trays Ministry on the campus of the Gary Bakken left last Cheshire,Conn., Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend with Mr. Something J New n
III of Gainesville announce holding' several varieties of University of South Florida at Tuesday for the Air Force. He W.A. Weldon of Macclenny, Myers'sister and brother-in- I
the birth of a daughter Jessica cake. Tampa.Bridal; is stationed in San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Weldon of law, Mr and Mrs:' Paul
Eryn, born Feb. 13 In Alachua Among the 50 guests in at- decorations were Texas, at Lackland Air Force Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. Volembo in Venice, Fla.
General Hospital. Mrs. Talley tendance were Mrs. Harry used throughout the room witha Base. Charles Patrick of West
is the former Phyllis Haddock Hatcher, Jr., mother of the honeycomb bride accentingthe Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas ;'J
of Starke. Maternal grandparents bride-elect; Mrs. Jewell K. main table. Refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patrick also of West Florida, and Mrs. Nola Lewis visited
are Mr. and Mrs Weaver, mother of the groom- were served to the 20 guests. Hardenbrook, Mrs. Beth and 11 grandchildren. Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Frank Starlingand tt
Crosby Haddock of Kingsland, tote; Misses Donna Weaver The hostesses presented Wimberly and Mrs. Nelson Mrs. Alogna and children children of Panama City ,
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parents are Mr. and Mrs. cousin of the groom-to-be; and kitchen utensils. John Layton in Callahan, 17 and will remain with Mrs. Wednesday. .,
James Talley, Jr. of Starke. Mrs. F.F. Hatcher of Mait- Sunday. ,

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< I Society Editor Gladys Mr. and Mrs. TL. Slade
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Bradford County Hospital last Sanford with their son in Mrs. Garl Mathews visited
Sunday after a two week bout law and daughter, Mr and N! Cart Mathews, who is a
with pneumonia.She is mostly Mrs. John Whelchel, and I tP patient in the Alachua
confined to her Adkins Street attended the Ballet Guild per- General Hospital, on Sunday.Mr .
hornet this week getting her formance in which their grand
strength back while receiving daughter, Joanne Whelchel, t and Mrs. Gerald Gay
guests and answering the tele- did a specialty number. and son David, of Hollywood
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Gladys to be
phone. expects
back on the job Monday. She Local admittances to the i '? ,,1. parents Mr., and Mrs. G.A.
says she will personally thank Bradford County Hospitalwere I t Gay.
everyone for the food and : Mrs. Dorothy Lizen- tkr
so reliable. cards when she's calling for bee, Joe M. Griffis, Mrs. Mrs. James Barron had as
news next week. Ruth Shanbarger, Mrs. guests this past weekend her
Alberta Johnson, Mrs. Erma t, ; grandson, Jim Hlava of San
Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar\ Knight, Bobby McLeod, and ; Diego,Calif., her daughter in
Jr.attended the Million Dollar Clyd Columbia all of Starke; Va law, Mrs. Mamie Anderson,
WHhT.IIr1FIN t 1R Dinner Wednesday at the Willie Carter, Mrs. Bertha and grandaughter, Ann of
Plaza at Daytona Beach Lang, and Wilbur and Travis Columbia, S.C.
honoring her cousin, Cale Rogers of Raiford; Mrs. Anna t-
Yarborough. He was awardedthe Deese, William Kemp and Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
Driver of the Year Award Mrs Christi Owen of Lawtey; visited Mrs. Dansby's motherat
rvpwriT by NASCAR. and Mrs.Katie Arnold of Lake the Oak Manor Nursing
I Butler. / u' Home in Columbus, Ga over
Starke husband and wife the weekend.
team Clydie and Rick Jackson Mrs. J.G. Jackson had as I
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have been named to the dean's weekend guests her daughterand LIh
'T list for the fall semester at son -in law, Sue and Don :r Hope
: Flagler College. Tilley of Hollywood. ; : Be npw
!Model!IA-90 MHh mower.At$106800. Both are juniors at the co-ed
liberal arts college, with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Edward J.
Jackson majoring in deaf Schwab and son of Merritt 2 Young Men About Town monthly business
t education and her husband Island were weekend guests of smiles Brad and Bill Hamilton, sons of meeting of the Business and
Practicing their are
majoring in drama. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson. Professional Women's
outfits from the
Evelyn Hamilton of Starke, as they try on will be held
children's department of Stump's Department Store to be shownIn 24, at
it's so incredible. and the fashion Junior show Women's Club of Slarke annual spagetti supper Thursday 7:30: p.m. at the Chamber of

Brad on the left, sports a plaid bow tie that matches his plaidvest Commerce
A film will be presented by
Bill shows vests
and slacks topped by a light blue jacket.
Wheel Horse. Known throughout the industry in January 1977 during an independent are in with his dark blue suit and grown up tie. the Sheriff's office at 8 p.m. on
for its sound basic design and unquestioned survey of Wheel Horse Sales Inc. dealers in v Participating stores in the March 8 show will include Stump's, Rape Prevention. in
reliability over 25 major U.S.cities Prices do not I ila's, Eagle DeVane's, TG&Y, and Sears, all of Starke, and Anyone, interested call Lillian attending
This 8 liP four-speed Wheel Horse has served include local taxes. Some prices were higher, Formal Fashions and Jay's Dress Shop of Gainesville.JuniorWomen's Pearson, phone please 782.3806.
homeowners for years. In fact, it just keeps some lower.Check your local Wheel Horse Advance tickets to the festivities may be obtained from
Club members at reduced prices. For reservations
dealer for his Lori Mann 5
going on and on and on. Ask any Wheel Horse* prices. phone owner. Consistently,Wheel Horse delivers price, Tickets for the 7 p.m. dinner and show at the Woman's Club CelebratesLittle J
Equally important,compare its price against performance and dependability that are hard Liquid Chicken will be $3 for adults and $.150 for children. Advance tickets will Lori Mann celebratedher
other quality, brand name lawn tractors. Such to beat. be $2.75 and $1.25.Solltmaotpr fifth birthday Wednesday.
as John Deere.OF International Harvester. Wheel Horse. It's a classic whose reputation Feb. 16, with members of the-
Avcrjge of actual prices quoted for the A-90 lives on,day after day. FertilizerDelivered family at the home of her
parents. Mr and Mrs Lewis
Why more Mann on Powell Street
when & Spread For You$1000rTOn A 1lickeylouse\ theme wascarrit'd
you can own a
out. Guests enjoyed
a. cake and ice cream.Eastern .
Wheel Horse! 468-1985

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Order of the Eastern Star will
have a covered dish supper
Saturday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. in
the :Masonic (Hall\.
All Masons and their
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Words cannot adequately
express our deep appreciationfor
the many kind: and sympathetic
arts that came t to us
at the lime of our recent
bereavement. A special wordof
t thanks to all those who prepared
food the Starke Fire
reaI D.iviil Mnntgnirrv: llefll) l'I'l'1\ plaque from Department and the City of
notary President I'rernian Register III .\t right\ is; speaker Starke
IhlJ.\h\ trol11. The family of Jimmy Blalock

Seotrnnusu'rllurftgofner." Honored Attire IIIIUIII I

David :Montgomery Scoutmaster cently was retired after 38 soon from his position
of Boy Scout Troop 70 years of Rotary service in with the Salvation Army in
I was honored for his 18 years of seven different. Rotary Clubsin Jacksonville. An accomplished -
( service in this capacity at the various localities. accordion player
notary Club's Ladies night !Pre-dinner entertainment and singer. Brig. Kughstrom
e V banquet in the Starke Golf and consisted of several square kept his audience highly
Country Club last Friday dance numbers presented the amused with his low-key
night. "The Starke Strawberry humor. enthusiastic
Montgomery was presentedwith Swingers" local square dance patriotism for his "adopted
Vj !!. a plaque by Freeman He- group introduced bv' Harry country," the US, and his
gister HI commemorating his Hatcher Richard \\elty led fine musIcianship.
20 years of service, including the Pledge of Allegiance and
two years as assistant Scoutmaster the Rev George Harper gave
He was also presented the invocation Each Kotary-Ann attendingwas
with an honorary membership Following the steak supper\ presented an attractive
in t the club, as was Register introduced BrigadierSden gift with the Rotary seal as a
Gilbert S. Golclwire, who re- Kuthstrom who will ie- memento of the occasion.


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These Different Pricing: MethodsAre

UNIT pricing means that all standard services, facilities and

Use your eyes before you use your ears. merchandise (including casket) are grouped together and

t quoted as one unit.

'"' II\ FUNCTIONAL pricing means that the three major functions of

\\ the funeral firm are priced separately so that the family is

Before you think about putting up your 0;:: Itt\ How far away is safe? quoted a price for the function of providing facilities, the

CB )base antenna, make sure you've got ;, Certainly distance no less than the height function of providing standard
services and a
your signals; } straight. ;,.f::.;:;;:.:.,- :. of the mast. price for the casket. separate

To begin:: with, Citizen Band antennas, : : .; t This safety rule not only goes for CB

unlike TV antennas, are under FCC'' antennas but TV antennas as well. Or any metal

regulations. pole for that matter. We Use Unit Pricing This Method Of Pricing Saves

FCC and local rules sometimes differ on And here's another word of caution; even '30000 Above Other Pricing Methods

the allowable height. So, before erecting i when using guy wires to raise or lower your

your antenna, check with the appropriate i antenna you can't be assured of positive control. This Tells You Exactly What Your Cost Will Be

authorities. t+ li So, better double check the clearance.

And when you're ready to put it up, So many people are now tuning into CB that THIS LEAVES NOTHING HIDDEN OR

check on one other thing the clearance. we thought you should also be tuned into the

The slightest touch of your antenna or necessary safety requirements. CREATES NO SURPRISES .

guy wire to a power line could cause you This safety message has been brought

a serious shock. to you by Florida Power and Light as a public

Here's how to play it safe. Make service. Because serving the public is reallysure DeWitt C. Jones

that you check all directions. In what we're here for.

other words, not only the space above the .y' ,, "" ;', Funeral

antenna but all around. So, if your .,.. i HomeStarke

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Countlans will be offices on N.W 13th Street in value of the nearby blood when they need it," Mrs. Hoist ;r
asked to join in a $500,000 fund Gainesville, which were designed center since he has already said. "The Civitan Blood Cen- ; l I ,
raising effort to construct a to handle about 1,000 received some 30 units of ter has been a great blessingto -w .
new building for the Civitan donors per month. At the pres- blood from its storage us in our time of need," she y L. :
Regional Blood Center basedin ent time, donations are facilities. Mrs. Hoist says she added.
Gainesville, but serving a averaging 1,500 donations per has a lifetime membership in The proposed new blood
six county area including month, demanding more a New York blood bank due to center will/I provide 13,750 a -
Bradford Union Alachua, space for drawing blood from donations made before she square feet of space, and will ; : "" .- -
Dixie Gilchrist, and donors, processing, and and her husband moved to cost approximately $350,000.It .
Lafayette Counties. storage.In Florida. Through the exchange will be located on Archer .
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In addition to four Gaines- a recent visit to Starke, program used by cooperating Road just off the 1-75 exit in -
ville hospitals, the Civitan the center's Bloodmobile received !,! blood banks, she Gainesville, a more central Proposed 11ex Building for ('Allan 1110151 ('enter, Gulnrsvflle, ."''er..1 'a ''

bank also serves Bradford 41 pints of blood from can draw on her credits in location for the area it serves ...N'- .,.....,"'""'""' '''''=--- --
County Hospital and Union local donors, and will return New York to obtain blood for than the present site. blood, but have not donated
General Hospital, as well as this spring, when it is hoped her husband in Starke, paying "The fund-raising campaign or whose family and friends do is planned to expand donor purpose. and major for the lab and another for the 1
prison hospitals at Lake that donations will increase to only the cost of processing."If is essential because the not donate afterwards facilities from the present renovations are not possible clerical staff, resulting in con-
Butler and Raiford. at least 100. any member of a family center Is a non-profit organi- blood to replenish five chairs to eight or ten. This because the building!,! is rent siderable loss of time.Announcements '

Due to the growing demandsfor Karl Hoist, a cancer patient donates blood here it makesall zation with no cash reserves most instances,supplies. In will relieve overcrowding and ed. The present setup is also will be
its services the blood cen- living In WestmorelandTrailer other members of the available, and no tax sup- fess are covered by processing health in waiting when as many as 20 inconvenient and impra.ticalbecause made later concerning the J
ter has outgrown Is two rental donors sometimes arrive to two separate time and dates of future visits
Park, can attest to the family eligible to obtain blood port, says Var Heyl chair surance. '
man of the fund-raising effort. /give! blood at the same time If buildings are being used, one of the Bloodmobile to Starke. a
the wait is too long, some of
"The Civitan Center is a The importance of stored the prospective donors leave .;,
I I LAWTEY I remarkable organization" he blood is illustrated by the and may not return. MIKE MITCHELL

added. "The blood bank is amount needed for open heart ,

I by Elizabeth Terry totally self-supporting, and surgery patients. Each VAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. "
Laboratory the
Phone 111 .33110 has an annual operating operation requires an averageof space

C1IUKCII ACTIVITIES Lawtey Little League will and her son,M itchell Norman, budget of $650,000.< ) This is a 5.5 pints, and 1,277 total present center was not 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla. 'f
fund drive originally intended for this
one-time heart
operations have been
meet Friday, Feb. 25, at Law on Sunday afternoon.
Church of God: Sunday tey Elementary School. They served cake and ice will continue to be self- performed at the four Gaines JD!!! l..l-I.MIl.J< ,
School 10 a.m., Worship Services Everyone is invited. cream. supporting once established in ville hospitals since the center 372-4251 W 372.4251 :
11 am. and 7 p.m. Mrs. Frank Coss and Miss Mrs. Lonnie Teston was a the new building.The opened. Total blood dis- Jim Walt," Homo ''I, IIO.I :' ,

Prayer Meeting Wednesday Arthurine Blanchard visited Saturday evening dinner center's budget is derived tribution through the center Aril $aha R' n..IIw." II
7:30: p.m., YPE Friday 7:30: her sister. Miss Enza Blanchard guest of her uncle and aunt from processing fees amounts to more than 32,000 "More Cars For More People
pm. of Baker County Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. charged to the hospitals for pints in the two and ,a half FI, ,,,,, Ml Ctllttl

Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Nursing Home on Tuesday af Mr. and Mrs. J.f' Robertson testing and processing the years the facility has been 1(904)264-1350( ) Than Anyone
School 10 a.m., Worship Ser- ternoon. attended church at Em- blood, and nonreplacementfees operating. Else"I!
vices 11 a.m. and 7 pm., T.U. Scott Tinsler returned home maus Primitive Baptist from patients who use With the larger building, it 4' tlit tin I

6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Friday of last week from a Church in Jacksonville and
7 p.m. visit with his grandparents, enjoyed a meal afterwards. l"
Faith Baptist: Radio Mr. and Mrs. John Steele, of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick I On sale Thursday, :!'
Monroe Tennessee. Prescott and E I1Ia.GLE
program on WPXE Bam. Mrs Darlene
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m., James Hall of Ormond Norman and sons were Sun- .". Friday and Saturday! i
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Beach spent Sunday with his day dinner guests of !Mr and [EANoAcARo' .

7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday son and daughter-In-law Mrs. Leonard Norman, and FAMILY DISCOUNT STOftCS ;
7:30: p.m. Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall.and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman
Grave; United :Methodist: family. and sons.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship Charlie Mosley and his son, Mrs Ben !McC'ulley and her
Services 11 a.m. and 7 DeWayne, were Saturday uncle, Ernest Grider, visitedhis
p m.. Prayer Circle Wednesday dinner guests of his in-laws, wife, Mrs. Nora Grider in dollar $ale !
!9 I a.m., Good News Rap Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Alachua General Hospital, day I.J
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Hester Hicks visited Gainesville on Sunday.
An Administrative Board her brother-in-law and sister !Mr and Mrs. J.R. Jones of
meeting will be held at the Mr. and Mrs. U.J. Anders on Columbia, South Carolina
('hurchon Sunday Feb. 27 at 7 Sunday afternoon.Mrs. spent the weekend with their t

p m Pierce Crews visited mother, Mrs. Flossie Hosier. Get and! M at !
United Methodist Women her counsin. Mrs. Iva McKinney They left forhomeon Sunday your: dollar.worth: more Eagle

met at the church with 21 present of Morgan Road on morning. .t"Ch-/. -
including visitors, with Thursday.We Sir and Mrs. Edward VUBE PLUS! '' I I Iie 'f
:Mrs. George Roberts Sr. are glad to report that Hatcher Middleburg! visited SAYE 27% sm 27% f 1 r .
presiding. Mrs Frank Coss John Devore is improving.Their their granddaughter and CARVINB KNIFE t1 1 z '
gave the devotional. After the son, Johnny Devore, of family, Sir and Mrs. Wayne CLASSES IEVEMEI, IIOZ. s \l 04 PITCNER OZ. BUSS t FORK, -. '( ?'wK.. 1i f
introduction of the visitors, Atlanta, Georgia, spent the Hardee and came to see their ., AVOCABO |,1XAVOCADO l STAINLESS w1
the meeting was turned over long weekend with them. new home on Sunday after II STEEL i
to :Mrs. Kathleen :Markalee, !Mrs. Pearl Dobbs of Lawteyand noon. Other guests who came /i -i + I yILIA b. :
who is president of the !Mr and Mrs. Casey with them were four of their 1 \.''i a/A maiii wyNhw f
Gainesville district, with Mrs. Dobbs and daughter Terri, of daughters. WAS UT WAS 131 PRICE ,,.._.___ .L tv I A r' .1'nw aM1 Y'' +
Ethel Hall, assisting. The Jacksonville visited their !Mrs. George Breslin of QISCOUNT SUPER BUY: SAYE 1.88 I- \ SAYE 10:' "' My''y "
program was on missions and parents.. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Jacksonville daughter of + a 1
:Mrs :Markalee. who has Dobbs. on Sunday afternoon.Mr. Colonel and Mrs. William Wilson 5.5O 5.OOIP 4.OODISCOUNT +
traveled l around the world, and !Mrs Hermie Kelly has just returned from a TIIRtlIRL Y"..._A.te VALUE PLUS!
said that even though she visited their son and daughter- skiing trip to Big Sky Montana PDICC WAS I
couldn't speak all the languages in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell for a week. The skiingwas WATER FASHION AT HIS FEET! MEN'S MEN'S LEISURE JACKETS MEN'S WALK SHORTS FOR !
you could still communicate Kelly and family, of Lake good and the eather was r" TOUR PUNTS UN JOCKO SPORT OXFORDS FROM A TOP U.S. MAKER COMFORTULE GOOD LOOKS \
and realize the Worth Thursday to Monday of fine. I Stylish 'mrl! ulord Im pxlded col Super selection 01 no won pdyestwI Handsome solids t plods .n nutt "
nt-ed! She presented a film last week. I !Mrs Joe Copeland of Jack I $1 1 1 q e.1 :: ''v' hY'$1 .l'JI.IJb W"I, .IIPe sole 12. en)cut UenlikSiiesJ. M.U14, polyester'" cotton, blend! ;Sizes I 29}421 };
showing how we can help each Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs. sonville and Sirs Lorene raarIIwi 5110 15 .. .
other regardless of whether it Jack Harris of State Farm Forsyth and mother, of DISCOUNT PEICE WAS IIISC.\JNt 'M,.E '[* converselp''l: .,i \ .t'
is here or in foreign countries, were business visitors in I'alalka. were visitors of their \" "" -,:.:- ..- 'ro /
Gainesville :Mrs. Flossie 't.: ... .
Alter the program the on Monday aunts Rosier SAVE 38'0' _
was adjourned and a Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Si- and Mrs. Rossie Reddish SAYE 31% SAVE 32% \t1 :.... "" '" ,
cover dish luncheon was berry of Detroit. Michigancame :Monday of last week. TIT HOUSE R" "
served. The next meeting will by to see Mrs. (Hester Mr. and !Mrs. Earl Teston WINDSHIELD '/i6ALLONINSUUTEO GARDEN -0 ) .. \
Ix Tuesday, March 1 at the Hicks on Wednesday. were Sunday evening dinner WASHER IT SPRAY FOilIISECTS : j.J j\\ ..
.' ) ;
EiSLE. t GAL PICNIC .J 'r\ .
church. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Masseyand guests of their son-inlaw and :. : '" p. ,.
Highland Baptist: Sunday family of :Naples were daughter./! :Mr. and :Mrs $1 x $1 $1 SAVE 10' SAVE- 1800/.:.: .:..1' VALU" PLUS! J
weekend of his father .
School 10 a m.. Worship Ser guests Randy Hayes.Mr
vices 11 a.m. and 6 pm.. Pastor A.E. Massey and and Mrs. !Michael WAS 1A4 WAS 1.47 WAS t.l1 3.50 3OO: '1.00
Prayer Meeting Wednesday other relatives. Waters and family of :Middle-

7-30 p m.Laura. Henry Hodges and sons, burg were Sunday dinner SiVE 38% / Oi&uO' N PAl:! ATA'! J.tfA "''Su, .N' PA"":' WAs 3.11 "PII OW OiSi, UNT PkiCS

Maplist:: Sunday (Hank and Mark, went to Daytona guests( of their parents, Mr COLS SHOT SAVE 15% SUPER PRICING PUT! SHORT SLEEVE DRESS AND MEN'S CREW NECK POLOS IN
School 10 a m.. Worship Services Beach to the car races and !Mrs. James Waters. I t MR I PUSTIC MEN'S S1SKET1UL SHOES SPORT SHIRTS FOR MEN FAVORITE FASHION COLORS
II a m and 7:30: p,m., Saturday afternoon. Mrs Freda Griffis and CONDITIONERREFRIGERANT r BUCKET OF Posture Foundation Hedge t ircn.cinvij No iron Oman pollster, blend it A baldly cnuil look it i foully
Prayer :Meeting Wednesday Mr and Mrs. R.C. Moore daughter/! Kathy,. visited her _1_ / 4 10 SPONGES uppers. sliht| irrej'I. 112 tisfiioiulile solids, prints S M 1 U fjjie price'' Snort sl.e,1. S S.M t HISUPER
7:30: p m. and sons Bobby and Ryan of brother and sister-in-law. Mr,
NiM-thside Baptist: Sunday Lake City, spent the weekend and Mrs. Wayne Hardee, and ,.... '" r.
School 10 a m.. Worship Services with their parents, Mr. and family on Sunday night. i,
11 a m., and 7 p,m.. :Mrs. "Fred l :Moore. Another Mrs. Flossis Rosier and :Mr WAS 1.11 WAS LlSAYE / \.J-
I'ravt'rIl'etmg: Wednesday 7 visitor of the :Moores was und :Mrs. J It. Jones were i -.I '::'
p m': their grandson Andy An- visiting Mrs. Arnie Abstein oflleanopy. 1 ) 'It-;'

Minrna Missionary; Kap- drews,of U'i Id wood on Sunday :\ :Mr and :Mrs TC SAVE 21% 14% ". SAVE 2P. I 'f!

list:: Sunday School 10 a m afternoon. Ramos, Melrose: and :Mr FAMOUS UP ;
+ : ,
Worship Services 11am. and !Mr and Mrs. Les McClellan and :Mrs C.J. Johns of Keystone 121.20 N YAItl PLUS r f PACK OF 4 /if: ::

7pm.. HTS 3M3: p m Prayer visited their brother-in-law, Heights on Saturday a COLON 'Ir( .. :
Meeting: Wednesday 7pm. John DeVore at Bradford :Major and :Sirs James FILM DISINFECTANT TOWELSKITCHEN BUTT: SAVE 16. 4+ SAVE 19.

M. John's ;Missionary Uap- County Hospital on Sunday Dougherty and sons of
list: Sunday School 10 a m. morning. Valdosta. Georgia, and !Mrs. $1 $1 $1 12.00 5.00 2f3.OO

Worship Services 1 11am.I ands Friends of \\'.P. Kemp regret George Breslin and Elizabeth WAS LZT .1v' WAS WAS Li7 D- .OUIMI pur.t, WAS M.14 DI.JN1 Pent WA. .M DISCOUNT pmcf..Ai :j.)t
on second and fourth to learn that he is a of Jacksonville, spent the 1.11/
Sundays. Prayer Band :Monday patient in Bradford County weekend with their parents I LEATHER WORK SHOES! PREWASHEO OR RECUUR DENIM' MEN'S COTTON TENNIS NITS
at noon. Hospital. Our prayers are Colonel and Mrs. William Wil SAVE 15'0 '
SAVE 35'0 Ribbed sole welt construction. !100' cotton denim with bl ticking While green interior brim. 'loam
with him.Pastor son. Their mother :Sirs '
SCIIUOLNKUS: : ROUTE SS SAYE 39 &6" nijh lor firm suoout Sites 112 it points, ot strain Sues 29 31 snettbMd Vented top sues S M I.
and :Mrs. Leonard :Mabel Boyette. is still with TRANSMISSIONFLUID NANOT 11%"

I.ale ElementarySchool' :Melton and family visited them. The occasion was to i QT. 'a PUSTICCOUNDER METAL DRIP
defeated Soulhsule. and Starke their great-aunt. :Mrs. :Marvette celebrate their father's birth.d.IY ) !! DRY HANGERS

Elementary in a speedball Thomas of Ocala on .
Saturday aftermxin.Mr. MIT11MItd 28$1 2 $1 2p$1 / .A.v"
tournament held at Law ley :Sirs Robert Lee and her WSMSSa A A
: and :Mrs. Doc :Mosley ..
Congratulations to the Law ley L-i !
sister :Sirs Betty Tresca of WAS 211,11 WAS 2'Lt4 WAS 21.54
Sunday dinner of
Dolphins> for a job well done. were guests Gainesville, entertained l witha

Croup classroom pictures sister.their brother-in-law:Mr. and :Mrs. Billy and buffet supper on Saturday ,: r d', ,y
will IK- taken' on Tuesday. ;
Guest of honor I
night. was
ho Taylor Marietta.: SAVE SAYE 35% SAVE 15%
:March 1 Parents are interested I'o:: v
in buying a picture Sir and :Mrs. McClellan: 'tse (I'dgr( IIISWAtMIU" ( :' HEAVY DUTY COLORFUL SAVE 1 13'. SAVE 12V SAVE 12'
are requested to return the were Sunday dinner guests of CONTACT RUBBER MATS / 4 PLASTIC DUST
yellow card that was !sent their son and daughter-in-law. ::; CEMENT 111 I(" SIZE ,t PANS 2.5O 2I1.OO 2: 1.00DOIlNt

home with the children. :Mr and :Mrs. Hobl'rtIc.: ... 1!..'tIf III[] DISCOUNT PKlCe waS J.t O.SCT-UNT PLAICE WAS! LI4 puirt VVASI.M.
Special thanks to the C'lellan and son. Jeff. Mn .t.. 28$1 28$1 38$1WAS
and citizens that Friends of:Mrs ;Nora.; Griderof -- : \;} WOMEN'S CAMP MOCCASINS MEN'S SOCKS- FASHION MEN'S I OZ. COTTON WORK
parents ticipated in the School par Advisory Starke regret to learn that They look w* .?>- 1-.'\ 211.11 WAS 2/5.54 WAS 3 Liz IN SAND OR WHITE VINYL FINISH FOR EVERY OUTFIT! GLOVES FOREST PROTECTION II
Committee on she is a patient in Alachua a lot hi., I.:. :.?.: 's;- Laced I thioitlme and ump lor loot Teitnlied nylon itretches to lit Tough tmill W loll lljnnel 'Ijcmj
meeting with ;"- .. \ Hulling tit' Crepe sole heel. S 10. 1011 In Mil One
Gt"nl'raillospitai. Gainesville.She ants wingGET sues popular colors ribbed mist SIM Ills' III.
Tuesday ht. We hope that j "'
SAVE 32'0 SAY SAVE 12Q .
aunt of :Mr. and :Mrs ICI
is an
citizens will ; ;'
more parents i'
I be involved in these discussion Ben :McC'ulley. Our prayer are HELP Q 2. ; l BRIDGE/POKER/ I I NROMI FORKS SCUFF TIN t- : t( ",\
groups concerning our school with her. [ Ciif,A4f74iFLORIDA J'L PUTINS CARDS SPOONS INDOOR OUTDOOR -;. \ ",
:Mr. and ;Mrs. Carl ;Norman; ] FUSTIC-COATED fM
system. (HUH NIT
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and sons spent the weekend as NO+
:'" : ;
LUNCH, MCNUPtDrutrr -_ W 6A 1
guests of their brotherinlawand TD
21M..cft.4 4$1 $2
sislt"r11': and :Mrs' 'p 1ST I !.. r R I WERE B'UH c / .
MONDAY M.m uri.r an bun mutptch Freddie Peterson and familyof .
tart. ..k.tcNup.and mIlk.TU.SDAY .corn. t..cft Ir1.1. Seville. 'CONTROL L!.: .!' WAU/U. IMVMwr.3'1.17no I Ml WAS 2,21 c\\\ "; ,,,", ..,...M..f'. r..

Chicken with :Mrs. Floyd ;Norman.; was ,/)
noodles.. I Chtimcal. C.. SAYE 2, .AYE 1.08 I "' '' ';l '
....... p.a*. apple Iauc1. "CUI", .... hostess for a birthday party ,- /
nut .butts mutt milkWIONISDAY honoring :Mrs. Carl ;Norman.; F,..Ipgnd.p l 1 Obpads 1 SlVE 0'f" ,--' I \ J.... /"
: ..., with gravy, F SAYE 30"to 2b1 00 '
.. .. ;t. 11 "I ROLL.OII -' MIJMIlTliCiAUtll /-w
"potato** gr n boant. pearl '' 2 88 -'' 1 96 j
rout. buttor. and milk __ CUIROL FINAL U1l.PUS'I U2 M I;
THUftfOAVi eftlc'.. Nu.'01.. cola t NET 12 02. ban m 1 J.5 Ot IT JCKICI DISCO,jf.i.. '.>'.( waS. IAt SuP[* LOW DISCOUNT PRICE
law, ....Cft... oatmtal...,.,. COO" .. Application For Building InspectorThe SIVI 35% I.
DiKuitv p.anukul.r.. and mild iiiY' 1.99 79c 1.69 DOTS' T-SHIRTS CONTRAST MISSES'' POLYESTER SLACKS COLOR COlliES OUT ON TOP IN
FRIDAY' '''''.y talad tandwich.Ironcn .. NECK B SLEEVE TRIM '
,....*. poas and carrot, fruit City Of' Starke Is Receiving Applications For 1.Og'' .. WAS 186 WAS J..t3 J WASJ.." 100' cotton W colorful "nn| irowiil Set w oust pull O. stylini. Hire Cnoose stnpii er solids sod
.. .
cocktail C. and mil* WAS 1.11 I" tnt collir" t sleeve SMIH lejs Top lishion' colors sues III Somme" colors. Cotton! lint SMI.

PERSONALSMrs. Building Inspector. This Is Part Time Work

Truby. Wainwright Hubert Priest and Mrs.Mrs. Subject To Working Conditions As Required. For

George Roberts Sr.. attendedthe 312] Madison St. CIGARETTES
Additional Information
graveside funeral of Mrs. The City Hall

S.P.Cemetery Rucker in Lake at Butler Dekle on 9645027. Deadline For Applications Is 5:00: Pack r Meg. & King Super & 10J'sS6C

Tuesday afternoon. P.M. March 1, 19770 The City Clerks Office Will
Terry Futch of Jacksonville 964-7513 $4" Carter '4"
Beach called on his aunt Miss Receive The Applications. "' J ;

Elizabeth Terry on Wednes- I"

7 day morning.,. for a short visit. r Carn'j t i

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I Page TELEGRAPH I February 21,1977Strawberry

Learn How To _. .' ? .. _... .. ".... .'.';,.. 0', ,-..'..... .?./.-' -: --
c.; .-0. ..-:...0 ,!\\o. '0 "".',. '.-. ... <
Queen PageantMiss Research The --- _" _- ..-..... _- -. -- ) co"-- 0-__- ,

Lisa Mitchell, number of contestants is Family Tree -== .. 1:1---, :; ._ .... '" ==-- -- 1620./- "__
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. limited fifteen.Entries may :j:0 ._ The first successful underwater boat wes demonstrated in
Freeman Register, Jr.. is a be obtained from Chris Wilsonat Following the current wave
senior at Bradford High 964-8210 or Jan norton at 533 of ancestor hunting the
School and a majorette Is in PCuA 2000 Jacksonville Genealogical
the band History Club, Society is sponsoring an 8 964.6206
National Honor Society, and Public Hearing weeks course in Genealogical 964-5757 .,
Little Women's Club. Lisa was The public hearing ot me research methods and tech-
first runner up in last year's + '; legislative delegation for niques.
Strawberry Queen Pageant an : Bradford County has been The course will start Satur-
is sponsored by Happy Stop I Ir scheduled for Tuesday,March day,March 5, and meet every rcherTanner Funeral Home
Gulf Service Station. 1, at 1 p.m. in the Bradford Saturday thereafter until the
County Courthouse. final session on.April 23. The South of Starke
Representatives from class will be held in the 301
a county and city governmentwill meeting room of the Murray
bring to the attention of Hill Branch Library from 2
the delegation items that are p.m. to 4 p.m. MONUMENTSDoyleMArcher
of concern to local govern There Is no charge for the
ment. course, but a text will be re
Miss Pam ChapmanFour r I. The delegation consisting of quired. Certificates of com Archie M. Tanner
contestants for the Senators Pete Skinner and pletion will be awarded to
title of Bradford County Kenneth "Buddy' MacKayand those who complete the course L.F.D.
i L.F.D.
Strawberry Queen have entered __ m__ District 25 Represen satisfactorily, requiring no
the 14th annual pageantto tative Frank Williams will be less than five attendances as
be held March 26 in con Miss Brenda Roberts available to hear any matters well as completed class "Within/ Your Means Now, Peace ofMlndAlways"L
junction with the Bradford Deadline for entering the that need to be brought to assignments.
County Fair. pageant is March 9 and the their attention.
The pageat sponsored by the ""
Junior Woman's Club has
room for 11 more entrants.
The four girls entered are:
Miss Pam Chapman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. FOOD
A.W Chapman of Raiford. is a
senior at Bradford High
School and is a member of the Miss Lisa MitchellMiss
National Honor Society and
Civinettes. Pam currently Brenda Roberts, )
holds the title of Florida daughter of Mr. and Mrs. '
National Teenager and is George Roberts, is a senior at Itw
being sponsored by RegisterOil Bradford High School and a
Company. cheerleader and a member of
Civinettes. Brenda Is a
member of Little Women's @
Club and the United Methodist
Church and is being sponsoredby SUPERMARKETSREDEEM
Denmark Furniture.
Applications are now being
taken for the remaining spots.A .
contestant must be a LOVELACI CHINA GOOD WED,FEB.2J THRU TUE1.,MAn A,55rr.

resident a student of Bradford in the Bradford Countyor THE You can enjoy this magnificent white-on-white imported porcelain china at a truly

County must be between school system.the ages Girls of 16 unbelieveable low price! This is your last chance to assemble service for four,

and the 21.basis They of will beauty be judged, per.on COUPONS eight, twelve or more at the lower than low sale price. Remember one "Feature of

sonality and poise in evening the Week" piece with eacliJlpO purchase!
swimsuit and / March 30 1971.
gown street This program terminates wn, .
clothes. I NTH I 5
Prizes this year will includea Complete your set with magnificent
modeling scholarship to the ACCESSORY PIECES and
Denise Carol Studio and silver ..
A D ANDSAVE porcelain ovenware
bowls to the and runners
queen the Bradford ON SALE AT ALL TIMES:
: up by
County Chamber of Com-
merce. Local merchants and UP '
:Miss Shan Edwards
businesses have given

daughter Miss Shan of Mr. Edwards and Mrs., year's generously list of to prizes make to this the 3O? OFF PaD dory 5Ov OFF FD ue

Curtis Edwards, is a junior at queen and contestants a very TO.
Bradford High School and a impressive one. I LIBBY 46oz CAN -. I BUDDY BOy.... JAR -I
member of the National Honor A busy week is planned for
Society, FBLA, Drama Club, contestants beginning witha | TOMATO PEANUT A i

French Civinettes Club and chorus.Cheerleaders Shan is Country coke party Club at on the Saturday Starke, 1.38 JUICE !!1 1 BUTTER 7

being sponsored by the March 19. On Monday March Iwcrm
wOf rc 3j [ Tttmt MAN.t t TT UMfT f Of UCM CIWT*
Holiday Inn of Starke. 21, the girls will be taken to j : ucutocoA
the Denise Carol Modelingand
The reigning Strawberry Pageantry Studio where ,....,.- --
Queen Margaret Ann Nor. they will be advised on
man daughter of Mr. and modeling during the pageant. Bargains in Grocery ..' ,.ik t"t
!Mrs. E.L. Norman will crown Throughout the week and at A
the new queen in ceremonies the pageant the contestantswill WED,MAIL 2,1171.QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. 4
March 26. The new Straw be given help with their .. CtC1t10..SKt
'-IUmS .SY4 o tVRTStr 105 SAYS
berry queen will reign over hairstyles and makeup by COMPARE S.TD COMPARE :: NKSS W R
the Bradford County Fair Mrs. Diane Snow of Diane's OUNDER MOjy' 'INI UN IH*I
.. March 30,31 and April 1 and 2. Beauty Salon. .m cncut, 'it SoI MS T fuvotj ,,,, 1a0tIC0 '"- 4 35Pam Peas & Carrots 3/M/ '14'
Cake Mixes 2/M/ .l/ t111M nKv + t -n>M
,,!tUt FRUIT 69e +o'
Aerosol 88* 21'w er Chips
Libby Vienna Sausage 3M4M irii' OR -

Let us explain our energy Potted Meat 5/$1/ io' [ 'f ,AYE PEACHES16oz SOUNDER'S MOjYTB I CAW. :

saving system Libby, Cut Beets 34' LIBBYDEEP 16 PFEIFFER 715Libby's
IM U eu < f9 I
Beets 3/89/ BROWN .
COMPLETELY Garden Vegetables 3/89/ '

Illl CMLibby's *
: ; INSTALLED Libby's Chili 2/89/ *" 25 j "Libby's u cw HMVIS H Peaches uicii' nut*OKI ,59* 18'

,..;;:- Bartlett Ifcl MM V'1f t.W Pears".Cwt I"..... 18' 1402 Sloppy j Joe mi 79" 8ozBTLS.
$1490(2TON Sego Diet Food 3/$1/ 29' B Beef 1Stew 89* w

fpUND ll5 fnl .. FOUND R3AOM1H$ MOUKDEftS MMm- .. i DFA3MoKfn FOUNDER3MOfr 1 EpUNDEA3MORni w FOUNliER3MOfflfl7l
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plus electrical any necessary work 88 PEAS 4/l 3/l__I iI'i' Tea Bags SHORTENING 69


YOUR ELECTRIC COMPARE _.. 51.A"AN. Bargains in Frozen I Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE lS VAN.515115 ON n. .ou VATS....

men IMIifm it sMN COMPARE"iCONIPARE ... .
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BILL .._ ... 'Hi nn N5f SUM
Duncan Hines Cake Mix 89 SAVE 'A"K VATS '
,.. I Cricket Lighter 88' "
'IfUIH IN Carri E" unit r' n ii.w "SUPER alto II' IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIAII KWUII MI ut r ruvtn it MI PU Pantry Pride Pot Pies 4/$1/ w<< Bufferin TabletsMMMH.J.mil.Kl S1JJ 2+' "'*""
now Layer Cake Mixes 69 SAVE + I 4
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available. Demand to i Illltllllll( French Fries 99 30' I lint.jai, Polish| Remover 3/M/ 77. Business Envelopes 39 10'
I boforo, boat you them buy.all I "" SINIIIIuIIlliiull IICorn. FOUNDERSMOpym J ,AYE INncim Garlic t miw Bread MWM 2/M/ 1 18<'< J Q:Q-TipsCotton' Swabs 69e 3o' FOUHDER Mpjy :AYt

up to 70% depending ID Fish 'N Batter 99* 40' j PetToTeum'i Jelly 77e Is' tot
on the brand. 101 MM551INI Mw BONUS PACK
PUNCH 30' Vaseline ,
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From Page 1 Hampton elementary, was in duct is less of a problem at discipline that centered on spells out appropriate dress punishments," Moore said.
a tough role, being chiefly Hampton than at other schools truancy. C.C. Anderson and and hair length, students It was also decided that More Info. Asked '1
I Student Conduct, responsible for students while where he has worked. He did Charles Hall, representing the returning to the campus while teachers should be allowed to
they are at school or in school ,say that when he confronts staff, said truancy was the they are on suspension, paddle students under the IV :
problem and agreed that buses. students who have been biggest problem in the l high vandalism and students not rules, the same as it is now. .
Connie Clark, principal of Clark emphasized that con- fighting, he has the kids try to school and it was certainly not striving for grades. A significant item about the In Electric Suit I
talk out their differences unique to that school, but rules will state that, if a i
The Restaurant Equipment! Co. rather than paddle them. occured all over the county. Jessie Moore, principal of student is doing something a
The group agreed that After discussion the ad- the Bradford Middle School, teacher feels needs A motion to dismiss soughtby 1205, was not acted ,
Its W. AIEM. Ja. suspending a student is not the visory group set up a specific said Tuesday night at the disciplining, but this act is not the City of Starke in a suit Monday In a hearing before '
answer to a conduct problem.One recommendation that wouldbe Bradford Middle School ad- in the set of rules, he or she against the city brought by the Judge Benmont Tench. '
Hotal Weight.China With Scallopped Edge parents present made to the school board: visory board meeting that the can not be stopped. International Brotherhood of Judge Tench asked each
suggested that tighter controlby if a student is absent five days school board must adopt a set Various faculty membersfelt Electrical Workers Local party submit a memorandumof
Cups teachers might prevent out of the 30 day six week of "rules of conduct" before that it is going to be diffi- law to the court and copies "
Doz. 13.95 Saucers Doz 8.25 problems from cropping up. period they would not receive July 1, which will be used cult to look up a rule in the to each other within 15 days Y
Fruit Saucers 7.75 That remark brought a response credit for that class until a during the next school year. conduct t book to see if he or she home from his parents.It and then each side replies to ;.
12.75 from another parent meeting of the student, his These rules will be requiredof can discipline a student when was further discussedthat that within 10 days. The
Plates 5Yz" 7.05 Plates 6Yzto 10.25 that all teachers should not parents or guardians and a all the state of Florida's that child is misbehaving at discipline should come memorandums are to be submitted
have the authority to paddle committee, consisting of schools next school year. that immediate moment. from the home and not from to Tench who reserved ,
7Yz 12.25' Plates 9" 19.40 students. teachers, laypeople and staff, Under these anticipatedrules Many other discipline the school. Moore replied to the, right to an additional
Platters 10" 27.35 Platters 11 Yz" 36.30 to bring his reason for absenceup the 21 BMS faculty problems to do with BMS were this statement, "The great hearing on the motion. to dis f
Disappointment at the low for appeal. This would members and parents of discussed. One parent of a majority of kids at school are miss. J,
turnout of parents at .the apply to athletic outings, and students who attended the child at BMS said that when a good, but there are some The city represented by
Less 10% Cash & Carry Bradford High School ad- extended sick time. The meeting agreed that there child is about to be disciplinedat rotten eggs who influence the George Pierce and Jesse r
visory meeting pointed to one parents urged that con- must be leeway for Individualcases. the other students." Wolbert, asked for the dl.-
50,000 Other Items Too of the reasons for the lack of sistency in this matter be should be telephone first. Another subject discussedwas missal on the issue of lack of
communication regarding followed and not the decision "Every kid does not respondto This is so the parent can have a student s self image. jurisdiction.The city contends j
The Restaurant Equipment Co. school discipline.Four of individual teachers. discipline in the same way. the opportunity to witness the Hardwick Taylor, BMS social that the Public Employees
parents from the 1,200 Other problems touched on Some kids you can talk to, to punishment so that the studies instructor,said that he Relations Council (PKBC) is
tIS W. M... Ja. students in the school were on by the group were the need fora get them to stop what they are student won't get the punish- has a student who is In- the only body that has juris-
hand to discuss the problem of specific dress code that doing. Others need different ment twice, at school and atc telligent but has a poor self diction in the matter in '.
image. "When I asked him if question, that it is outside the l
he wanted to make somethingof jurisdiction of the circuit !.
himself, he said that he court. :1
didn't care," Taylor said. He IBEW attorney Rod Smith ,:
also said that "someone of Gainesville argued it was !
should work with kids like "plain and simple arbitra
these." tion" and at the end of the 90 !
FOOD days after the city made no i

Lawtey Elementary had a movement to vacate or ,
good turnout of parents with correct the findings of the '
c\ about 30 in attendance. arbitrator the order should be
Lawtey principal Jim Duncan confirmed by the court and '\
gave background on the need become a decree. Smith said 1\\
for a student handbook that that unless you "cry wolf" I
FAIR outlines school rules and will within that 90 days the orderof
e1 be ready for the school term in the arbitrator should stand. ,
You can completethis r t-during -- the'fall. "J can't for the life of me see "
Parent discussion centeredon why you waited this long to
final cycle of ou the dress code for students raise this question," said
; SUPERMARKETS@ and most parents were in Tench referring to the just !
.L \ agreement that a specific raised issue of jurisdiction. ';
policy must be set by the Pierce explained after the '
school board. Parents felt hearing"there was no need to :'
"FEATURE inappropriate dress included raise the question of juris- ;
Item Sate halters and bare feet. diction until the matter was .j
LAST WEEK FINAl:. Price Many felt it was the parents brought before the circuit :'
OF THE responsibility to see that their court." ,
TO GET YOUR children Smith said the city "was '.
1 Dinner Plate ;59'f1fl were a ppr or lately
dressed for smoke
school. throwing up a screen
WEEK" vrv? 2 Cup Parents in the group were ofa and trying to convolute the
59f consensus that corporal Issues/' and that both parties ,
I 5 / 3 Saucer punishment should be ad. had agreed to go to arbitration j
promotion: DINNER a ministered when it was and now after the award the

4 Fruit Dish 59' warranted. city is trying to raise some- I
PLATE ) thing else.Arbitrator.
5 Bread Butter 59' Parents at Starke Alfred J. Good-
C Elementary's advisory board man of the Federal Mediationand
ONLY meeting indicated that they Conciliation Service
wanted to be notified in cases heard arguments from both
of misconduct concerning sides in a September hearing l
their children so that .they after the original package was '' 11
2O < OFF BH CALORIES REALLY COUNT THIS WEEK may aid in disciplining l him or flatly rejected by the City '

NATIONAL NUTRITION WEEK I*MERE TIM TO READ LAIIILI AND COUNT CALORICS. we are pleased to accept her.The said that Council.Goodman subsequentlyordered
A' parents being
I THEM TELLS YOU THE CALORIES PER SERVIHO RIGHT ON THE PACKAOI AND MAKES D ferable to leaving that matter electrical workers an eight r II
I CALORIE COUNTING EAST.CALORIES ARENT THE ONLY NUMBERS ON THOSE LABELS entirely in the hands of the percent salary increase, a
I BUT OVERWEIGHT IN OUR COUNTRY IS DIRECTLY RELATED! TO school administration. compromise from the 14 per-
m.....KCOU.OU.U.nUTAT I_..,............ .................. MAKING HEADLINES. COUNTING THIS WEEK MIGHT HELP ESPECIALLY W WHAT YOU cent the electrical workers
..... __ J NOW GOOD ON ALL 'tatPORTEDFOODS ALSO! had asked. Good-
: ----- ------------ ADO UP. man also ruled against the

; ., ., FLORIDA city on two of the other four
a : "*0 <" to. "", > 1 issues.The arbitrator said the

city should pay phone bills for
Bargains in Meat INSPECTED employees on stand-by duty,
CORN FED the city should provide for
ROUNDSTEAK accumulation of vacation time
FRESH PORK $'38 Fri Sat Sun prior to the present 10 year k''
O UNDER MOr limit. At 10 years a city em-
BOSTON BLADESHOULDER ru"fl SAYS LB John Ryan Inuit's ployee is now allowed to save
BUTTS ROAST t FAMILY PKG." ::N L.$1.2888e part of his vacation time, up to
Alive" a month, and accumulate that
4 TO INSPECTED PLUSEffi86V(11 Goodman ruled against the
8 LB ROUNDROAST CUBE union on two of the five issues
t 38LB He ruled against differential
PKG STEAK I pay, up to 15 percent for
FAMILY PKG. and ruled
E 1I operators againstan
OUNDER MONTH SAY 31C! ffOUHDEHS Mom,,. SAY' SAVE 40' A POUND birthdays.Property additional. paid holiday for



BEEF BLADE CUT CHUCK 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS "cw rnrlrKiurll bring about tax reform for tht-
3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS SAVE 30' A POUND citizens of the state.
ASSORTED Alvarez said the petition in
ROAST FRESH SLICED QUARTER 3 TO S LB PKG Rated: PG 25 to 30 business places in the
FLORIDA county lists six points (fur the
U.S. GOVT OR GEORGIA |Pork LoinCHOPS legislature to consider:
PREMIUM 981 1. the of the DOn
CORN FED 301 has forced a state-wise rise in
LB property assessments,
SAVE 21 A POUNDFOIIMDER3Mflfflll' 2. the property appraisers can

ti >iOONDFR3Mf>I j I' FOUNDla3M0A7E SMOKED 7a' FOUNDFJ13MOf p FWMDEN3Mij ilG' RIVE IN I IFri constitutional no carrying longer use out their their officers judgmentin duties be as

FISH Sat cause the rules of the DOR are
BACON : STICKS 2 SUPER-CHARGED 3. the increase in property
values required by the actionsof
49 i SMASHES the DOR is out-stripping
MAKE THE FASTEST increases in income in our

SHOW ONWHEELS county and, we believe, in theN
NIE rest of the state.
i F a 4. this required increase puts
4 IECARE. the largest part of the tax bur-
Bargains in Produce Bargains in Bakery ... .r- den on those least able to bearit
the small home owner.
r U CHOCOLATEBREAKSTCNE 5. homestead exemption,
ASST. FLAVORS J. FRESH CRISP .Obi/ FRESH PullAPartBREAD PLAIN; OR originally intended to provide
relief for the homeowner. but
Salad DressingCRY69 4
.* FLORIDAORANGES DONUTS inflation has eaten away at the
HALFGALLONFLORIDA I ICEBURGLETTUCE Y' $5,000 exemption until it now

Citrus Punch 67< 16oz 100z provides very little relief.
LOAVES 3/l P K .. 59 6. since this tax structurewas
created by the legislatureit
pUNDER can only be changed by the i
MON un $ OO FOUNDEA3MOMm legislature.The .
24 istOUpDF1t3MOff111
.24' LARGE 1$1 | "u' petition closes asking I
31/ the legislature to return the
FRESH HEAD FOR French Stick responsibility of determining
BREAD property values to the county

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PEARS ONIONS Rye ,Bread 2/M/ 1 SAVE 38 IS THAT To First Division

fWTIf PENN' MUT I Km II P All 'lOUr Army Sergeant First Class .
Dinner Rolls 3/M/ 1 SAVE tat; [PGJ .METROCCXOft MOM O. Mitchel S. Starling, was recently -
the First ,
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PLUS berg, Germany.Starling .
DOWNY SAVE 20C I CASHPLANTERS is the son of Steve
64oz BTL. BOUNCE FOR DRYERS Michael Moriarty In Starling,Route 1, Lawtey, and
60 COUNT 1 IT.a.l Mrs. Vivian F, Huckabee of
FABRIC FABRIC 11 in July 1964 and is a career
,I PEANUTS !1I 1 counselor In HeadquartersCo. I
1 Third Battalion of thedivision'
0.PI& 35 Armor.Starling'
=:.:.:.o.at; I wife Ursula Is
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Sales Total .- -
Property $483,699

41 j')7Lockers" J

Land sales in Bradford Lake (Road and being in Eugene F. Shaw and John Glover, NW corner of NE wife NW quarter of NW
County totaling $483,699 for Section 25, T 5 S, R 22 E, $100. Kopelousos to Ht>rold C. quarter of NE quarter of S 30, quarter of S 21, T 6 S, R 21 E, )
the month of November showa B.B. Rowland, Kiney E. Farnsworth, Jr. and wife Lot T 7 S, R 22 E, 100. 9133.
continuing decline since the Rowland, Helen B. Marshall 8, block 3, The Woods, $6,000. Cecil R. Whitehead and wife Starke First, Inc. to Town
peak month of September that Dwight Marshall, Kay R. Carter Longchamp Homes Inc. to to Clark Martin and wife a and Country Homes of East
had sales of 1564490. William E. Carter to Branding Iron, Inc. a tract of parcel of land containing 1.07 Central Florida, Inc., all of
In 1976 Bradford County had Robert L. Hayes and wife, Lot land situated in NW quarter of acres lying in the W three- Hardy's Addition, $24,000.
continuing increases for eight 3 of block I of the R.N. Section 5, T 7 S, K 22 E, quarters of SW quarter of SW Town and Country Homes of
months with three months Dowlings Addition to the townof $13,000. quarter of S 26, T 6 S, R 22 E, East Central Florida, Inc., to

over the$1 million mark. A recap Starke, $1100. Leon Ellington and wife to $100.) Billy Ray Huggins and wife .. .. ... .. -
of monthly figures for 1976 Ralph P. Bryan and wife First Baptist Church of Nathan Raulerson and wifeto east half of lot 11, and 12 in -"Starke--- Elementary- -- In dress rehearsal for the talent show Friday February i>, al 7p.m.
are: January $355.614, Febru- and Bob L. Cooper and wife to Graham, Fla., lots 1, 2. and 3 Ruth R. Gilpin, SW cornerof Hardy's addition, $3,000. In the school cafeteria.
ary $413.264 March $647.3UD, Christopher J. Murphy, of Block 3 in Graham, $10,000. Lot 38 in Woodlawn lying in Jess Smith and wife to Group members as they practice: : are: Annette McClelland. Muriel Gay Sylvia Ueddish.'lckl
April $836.000, May $944.875.! commencing SE corner of Southern Discount Co. to SW corner of Lot 38 Clifton E. Griffis and wife, lot McKinney, Barbara Reddish Edna: Allen Fallia DeSne. 1.lmlaIday., Carole Redding, Aim
Section 24, 5000. Woodrow Griffis of Woodlawn, S 3, T 5 S, R 22 E, block D New
June $921,807, July $1,105.797 a parcel 7, Crosby Lake Baker, Mrs. White Deborah Bray, Colleen Kranneit, Jeraldine Tonilinson. IIl'ttynn (rawford.
Geneva Lake Estates to land SE of S 24 T 6 S
August 1494.855, September quarter $100.Patricia Cemetery, $800. Dorothy Brown and Debbie WoiMlfin. director.
$1.564.490 and October John P. Anderegg and wife, H 22 E, $600. A. Emery as J. Brooks Brown to RobertC.
$858.497.' Lot 3, 4 Geneva Lake Estates J. Brooks Brown to DonaldM. Trustee to James B. GoodsonII Moser and wife, Lot 20,
Prices ot transactions are 10000. Hale and wife, Lots 32, 33 and Jeanne Goodson, Lot 16, Keystone Oaks, $3,400. Chorus Line To Perform At Starke Elementary
figured from documentary tax Wilbur C. Emery and wife to and 34 Keystone Oaks, $10,500. Geneva Oaks, $41,800. Clifton .Rosier executor for
affixed to deeds filed in the Michael E. Zike and wife lot Edward D. Crews and wifeto Van Wayne Bennett to estate of J.Q. Rosier, to Coy The Starke Elementary the talent show a donation is teachers, aides and the
office of the county clerk. 2H Geneva Oaks, $::16,900.J. ). Paul E. Dirks South 330 Donald K. Bennett and wife, N Rosier Cruce, NW quarter of School Parent-Teacher Orasked for at the door. cafeteria manager.
November transactionswere Brooks Brown to Point of feet of E 276 feet of Lot 13 in 250 feet of E half of NE NE quarter and east half of ganization is having a Talent The talent show will have
: the Woods Construction Co., Woodlawn, S 29, T 5 S, and S quarter of NW quarter of NW SW quarter of NE quarter of Show Friday Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. The talent show is being students and j Starkein
Nellie Hampton to Lois lot 16 Keystone Oaks, $3,000. 330: feet of the W 450 feet of Lot quarter being in S 23, T 5 S, R Section 1, T 5 S, R 21 E, $100. the school cafeteria. directed by Deborah Woodfin. Elementary staff members.Cost .
Penney west 48 feet of E 97 Freeman Register III and 14 in Woodlawn S 29, T 5 S, R 22 E, $24,000.Joseph R.M. Gentry and wife to of the supper is $1.50 Featured talent will be1 a All proceeds" from the supper
feet of N 120 feet of lot 5 in Otts wife to Walter E. lleape and 22 E, 4500. A. Pierce and wife to Robert T. Andreasen and wife for adults and $1 for children dance routine by'the "Starke and talent show will' go to the
subdivision in Lawtey $100. :Mary Carol Bessent! Lot 1 and Bessie! R. Thomas and wifeto Kenneth W. Cruickshank and Lot 57, 59 on Oak Avenue in with the talent show included Elementary Lockers." InPTO and used for the childrenin
Nellie Hampton to Lois 2 of Starke Heights replat, Therea T. Hollingsworth, wife lying partly in SW Crystal Lake Homesites., this price. If you go just for eluded in the routine will be and the school.
Penney, that portion of block J2.5oo.: commence 215 feet east of NE quarter of SE quarter and 3600.
34 E Lawtey, laying east of the Walter Will to Leon A. corner of Broadway and partly in the SE quarter of SW Boree Decorating and
present Lawtey and Kingsley Ellington and wife, SE cornerof Center Streets and run N 105 quarter of S 26, T 6 S, R 22 E, Painting. Inc. to Victor Wilde
NE; quarter of SW quarterof feet east 52.5 feet,S 105 feet to $42,000. and wife, lot 25 of Seminole Community News
Section 14, T 8 S. R 22 E, Center Street, west 52.5 feet to Ralph P. Bryan and wife to Ridge unit 6, $4,000.
Jr. Reames $400. beginning $100. Bob L. Cooper and wife, lying James Baxley and wife to
Alston C. Pooser and wife to Floried Killingsworth to in SE quarter of S 24, T 6 S, R Shirlene Nugent and Jeffrey
Heating Service John J. Pooser and Carol A. James II. Dennis and wife, 22 E, $5,000.Ramon Lynn Nugent, 1 acre square, By Elizabeth Clveng; Walker
Patten, a parcel of land con easterly 5 feet lying in NW A. Waldrop and wifeto NE corner of NW quarter of
taining 3 acres! lying in NE: quarter of SE quarter, S 28, T Denton E. Devoe and wife, NE quarter of S 22, T 5 S, R 22 Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. Thursday night 7:30-8:30: : Wednesday night Tarrying
quarter" of SW quarter of 6 S. 1 U 22 E, $100. lot 6 block 1 Eastwood, $21,900. E, $100. Prayer Meeting. Sunday Service 7:30: Friday night
....., CI...... A" R.p.l Section 31. T 7 S. R 2:? E. $100. !Michael J. Orlando and wifeto James Harold Eunice and Dell Chapter will hold its re School 10 a.m. March 2, Choir Bible Study. Sunday School 10 .
Eugene F. Shaw and John B.B. Rowland Kiney E. wife to Don. H. Crawford and Teaching Zoo gular meeting February 24 in No. 2 will rehearse 7 p.m. All a.m.Iorning! Worship 11
Of All Oar ft 011 Ntahn Kopelousos to Leslie H. Wood Rowland, Helen!Marshall and wife easterly 179 feet of lot 7 the Masonic Hall on Brownlee choir members are asked to a.m., Evening Worship 730.:
and wife Lot 2, block 2, The Kay Carter, Lot 1, block 3 in town of Lawtey east of railroad Open House Set Street 8 p.m. All members are be present. Visitors are always welcome.
Woods, 2500. Saratoga Heights, unit 1, S 23,T 5S, R 22 E, $9,500. asked to be present. Businessof Pleasant Grove and :Mt.
Fit 24 Hunt S.rwlu Eugene: 1-' Shaw and JohnKopl'lousos 17000. Joel R. Smith and wife to Sat. At SFCC vital importance. New: Bethel :Missionary Moriah United Methodist
to Charles Helen Jane Smith Lots and Baptist ('hurdl, Rev. L.R. Church: Parish Rev. Willie
T. Alonzo W. Paschal and wifeto 31 March of Dimes
Ctll 964-1962 Flynn and wife. Lot 2, block 3, Lawrence J porrough; and 33 on Cypress Street in Crystal GAINESVILLE The CampaignAll Davis. pastor. Prayer St Itt, pastor. Service activitiesas
2.10 3.3 PD. The Woods, Lake Santa Fe Community Meeting and Bible Study Wed- follows: Every first and
Sfi.ooo.) ) wife, the westerly 100 feet of Homesites $100. citizens of Starke and
College Teaching Zoo will nesday 7'M.:: Sunday School second Monday night Young
Tract 3A of Mount Pleasant on Steve Cardin and wife to Bradford County are asked to
- have an open house on 9:30 Morning Worship 11 Adult Choir rehearsal 7:30:
: :
Silver Lake, $2,500. Randall E. Hodge and wife, lot cooperate with the Mothers'March
Saturday, February 26, from a.m. All members are askedto Tuesday! night Young Choir
Zona Morgan and Leaton U. 3 of block 1 in Nichols Acres. of Dimes on Birth De-
10 a.m. until 3 p.m. attend the Fellowship Hour rehearsal 7:30: Wednesday
Maurice Hall
Morgan to east $2,800. fects. Please give for this
HearRandy half of lot 3 and all of lots 12 Randall E. Hodge and wifeto The facility, North CentralFlorida's worthy cause. at Mt. Pisgah at 3 p.m. night Prayer Meeting.
and 13 of block 31 of Ca therine W. Smith, Lot 3 of only zoo, occupiesan Thursday night Bible Study.
forest of live CHURCHNEWS Free Canaan True Church
eight acre
Sunday School conclude
and Co. Block 1 Nichols Acres
Livingston Truby 6066.
sweet of God In L'nity, Elder Sampson -
Pike addition to the city of Starke, Zona Morgan and Leaton U. oaks pines, gums, services for the day.
to wild plums, and other treesat Ebenezer Baptist Church White pastor. Tuesday :Mt. :.Moriah. Services will
$100. Morgan Larry Supernaultand
the college's Northwest Rev. L.R. Davis, pastor. night Prayer Meeting 7:30:: with
; begin Tuesday Prayer
Lacasibu Properties, Inc. to wife west 65 feet of Lot 3,
Royce K. Joyner and wife SW block 3 of Livingston, Truby Campus, 3000 N.W. 83rd Meeting 7:30: p m. Wednesdaynight
Recently Returned From The Iron quarter of NW quarter lying and Co. addition to the town of Street. Florida Farmers To Get l\lir'cx 7:30: Tiny Tot Choir re
The houses fine
east of SR 221, S 20, T 7 S, R 22 Starke, S 28, T 6 S, R 22 E, zoo a hearsal.! All members" are invited -
Curtain Preaching The Gospel, Of E, $36,800. 'collection of New World to worship 3 p m. at the
$100.Betty animals those native to To Of Fire Ants Fellowship Hour at :Mt.
Georges Property Ltd., to Marie Croft to JohnW. Fight Spread .
The Lord Jesus Christ. Jesse Jo'. Haas and wife a Starling and wife Lot 46, North, South and Central I'isgah.
portion of W half of NW and 47 of westerly half of Lot America and provides a Florida farmers will have cents an acre hich is about :Mt.ion A.M.K.: (Church
quarter of S 6, T "4 S, R 22 E, 51 in Woodlawn, $32,000. laboratory for students enrolled access to a supply of Mires to half what it will cost the .state. Rev. Richard Bethelpastor..
At The -i,400.: ( Michael C. Adkins and wifeto in the college'sBiological combat the fire ant in a state The state will pick up the Sunday School 10 a.m. .
Jack M. Courtnay to Edward Emory Middleton Prevatt Parks Technology sponsored spray program that other half said Brown. Morning Worship 11'a' moo
M. Knott and wife, lot 12, and wife, S half of SW quarterof Program which prepares its will begin March 15, the He suggested farmers contact Afternoon Worship 4 p.m.
Calvary Church fLake Hampton Oaks 7100. NE quarter of S 12, T 7 S, R participants for vocations Florida Farm Bureau their county agent to find Visitors are welcome."!
Baptist I Keystone Heights Cemetery 21 E, 20 acres more or less, concerned with animal Federation announced. out when and where to applyIn First Horn Church of the
Association Inc. to Jane E. $14,500. management. The state's Mirex aerial addition farmers can buy 1.1Ing God, EldeS.V..
Cherry & Madison SI Droscoll, east half of S half of Ramon A. Waldrop and wifeto Students currently enrolled spray program will begin in r 0 pound bags( of :Mirex hail CohensTuesday night Prayer
Lot 29. Keystone Heights Lindsey A. Thornton and in the Biological the southern part of the slate from county agents for $16 a Service 7:45.: Friday night
Cemetery, first addition, $100. wife a parcel of land situatedin Parks Technology Program about March 15, said Ralph bag. However" it is against the Tarrying service. Sunday
March 2 Thru f Keystone Heights Cemetery NE quarter of S 15, T 7 S, R along with Santa Fe staff Brown, Division of Plant law for the individual farmerto School \10:30: a.m., Morning
I Association Inc. to RaymondJ. 22:! E, $21,800. members will be present Industries, Florida Department apply; the ;Mires bait by air Worship 11:30.:: YPCW 6 p m-
_. Sun "March' 61:30: P.M. Wingate and wife Lot lIB, Dan Hankerson to Richard ''during the upcoming open Agriculture and without governmental" supervision Evening; Worship 7:43.:
I Keystone Heights Cemetery, Chandler and wife, N 3 acresof 'house ,to show. visitors.!!', Consumer ,;Services.Browq; h? Greater Bethlehem Frl'f'I'
I $101)). E half of SW quarter of NW 'through the zoo. said he hopes to start applying"f"li will Baptist ('hurch. Itev '' I"
Alma Bertie Dyal to Bert G. quarter of SE quarter, S 18, T The zoo will be open other Mirex in the Gainesville! Jasper Williams; 'pastor
Dyal, Jr. Horace Odell Dyal, 6 S. R 22 E, 2400. days by appointment only. Jacksonville area and the Running Railroads Service activities as follows-
Special Music Nightly I .Jerry Arnold Dyal Edward George F. Browning and panhandle by April 15, when it All told the study ("Surface :Monday night 7:30: Tiny Tots
I Bobby Dyal, Peggy Lois wife to Anthony C. Geiger andJOHN'S LawteyNeivs should be warm enough. If the Freight and the ICC") estimated and Ushers Board No. 2 re
soil is less than 60 degrees, the that Interstate Commerce hearse. Tuesday! night Prayer:\
I, (From Page S) fire ants won't be moving :Meeting. Wednesday night
FEA TURING their niece, Mrs. Steve Whet- around. Likewise, if the Commission regulationcosts Senior Choir rehearsal.
Coli as.. sel of Keystone Heights. temperature is above 80 degrees the railroad industry $1.7 Thursday night Story Hour at
Family members attendingwere the ants only move at billion per year the U.S. economy the Church. Friday the
THE FRAMPTON FAMILY 264-1353 Remodeling Roofing Co. 294-9002 : Mr1 and Mrs. G.L. Pet- night. perhaps as much as $10 deaconesses and Ushers
of Park Mrs. Farmers must make a billion. Board !No. 1 will sell dinners
erson Dowling ,
RI.II MAH.M CM: *)* NIle ...... t VtarfM
Robert Whetsel and Miss written request giving a -Amerkan from the kitchen. Saturday
R..lIM III Thar s.mt i Fawla "' ...... flflBondtd Robyn Whetsel of Keystone description of their land if Institute Enterprise Public Ushers Board No.: 2 will sell
c..,. ..,. All Yypu Heights, Mrs. John Titus and they want !Mirex applied by for dinners from the kitchen."
964.8957 964-5863 ,'-O#.. "--I Miss Mollie Titus of Gaines- air to their property. Cost Is 30 Policy Researth Sunday is Trustee day.
ville, Mrs. C.E.Titus and Mrs. Sunday School 9:30. Morning
SAVE We Do Our Own Work TR Gary Hunt of Hawthorne. The SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARYyour service I 11 I a m.. dinner 12:30.
new mother to be received Evening: Worship 6 p.m.
many nice gifts and much This week all grades have services at any time God's :Miracle & Deliverance
practical advice.Mr. been busy taking the Comprehensive during the school day, we Outreach: For All
and Mrs. Stanley Fedakof Tests of Basic Skills. would be pleased to hear from !People Church of God & Holiness
Starke, their brother-in-law Mrs. Trainer and Sirs you, just phone 964.5586 and Inc., Elder Singleton,
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Griffis have been helping Mrs. ask how you can help. pastor.Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Benson of Carteret, New Jersey Payne to get the Volunteer We miss !Mrs. Beal from her Morning Worship 11 a.m.,
spent from Thursday to Parent program started. They third grade classroom. She Evening Worship 7:30.:
i Monday at Mr. and Mrs. Gene Monday night Prayer Band .
have been coordinating suffered a broken toe as a result
Pearson's trailer at Kon Tiki teacher's requests with times of playing kickball with !Meeting 7:30.:: Thursday night
on St. Augustine Beach. The parents have volunteered to the children. We hope she will Prayer Meeting. Friday night
Fedaks and the Bensons will help. We hope to get the volun- be able to return next week. Bible Study. Sunday evening"
come back to the Fedak homein teer program started next An after school farewell 5:30: ( HYPU
Starke Monday, while the week. Southside would like to party was given Wednesday Macedonia: Freewill
USEONLYAS Bensons will tour other areasin have many more parents" Involved Feb." 16, for Mrs. Carol Clark Baptist Church Rev J.N.
Florida. Both families in this program of who has been Mrs. Ilarrell's Butler, pastor. Service acti
spent last Tuesday afternoon assisting teachers and stu- fourth grade intern. vities as follows: Wednesday
with the Gene Pearsons here. dents. If you can volunteer The library is currently featuring night Prayer Meeting. Thursday -
a display of books and night Community Prayer
pictures! ol Famous Black :Meeting. Sunday School 10
Americans. The display is in a m., Morning Worship 11
PINE FOREST APTS. honor of Afro-American History a m. Evening Worship 4 p.m.

DIRECTED. \\ ".,Ii..".SL'tndp.I. I luriiljNOW Week, Feb. 1319.Mrs.'Freeman's ,\niochIlnionary: Baptist
; third grade (Church Rev. Dennis Strong,
thanks the parents of Sherry pastor. Prayer Meeting

'-r, :. l Iii' ". '. r Flakes, Lynn Holzendorff, Thursday 7:30.: Saturday night
r. Jason Huggins and Eric 7:30: Choir rehearsal. Sunday
When you need an agricultural He can even help F ;... ;.:' 11 Crawford for the treats for School 10 a.m., Morning
pre- Worship 11 Choir
r. i their Valentine a.m. Union
.. r party. The
chemical, it's not hard to find. determine your needs. Before you see ., .., ., ,1\\ ,M l current unit of study for'" this Putnam Hall ( p.m.

You can find a good supply any crop damage.Whatever you need, ... :.,'--J ... :"1: ..J:. I :- room is "Our Community." The Churifi of God In
most anyplace. we've got. And we know how to use it. ,... r L-r J p".M ..h" I' -_ _... (', I I1 I I !Mrs. HarreU's fourth grade Christ, Elder D.R.. Williams,
.. class pastor, Pine Street.
was to a Prayer
..--1 special
Only thing is might find As directed ,1 :
you .. Flll'lll 1 p : demonstration by Mike Heard will be conducted
one very important ingredient missing. Gold Kist. .9 :.;., I. '4 ) 'f.. .- ........_ t."'" last week. He showed techniques every night this week leading
Not everyone knows the do's Good things for the farm ,;J he has learned in his judo to a Revival preaching begin

and don'ts of these chemicals. and from the farm. class in Melrose. He wore his ning Sunday night February
27 The Revival
suit and explained that he will will be conducted
Your Gold Kist/FMX farm next earn a yellow belt. Some by Evangelist Sullivanof
hands do. classmates participated in the Philadelphia, Pa. Service

I Ii First off, they're experienced in FARMERS one demonstration enjoyed. which eveII&' vited nightly to 7:30.attend.: The public Is uv

recognizing what's choking or biting TAKING Greater Allen Chapel

crop-weed or bug. TRAVEL ADVENTURE A.M.F Church, Rev. R.G.
I Then they know which chemicals MUllUAL EDUCATION Heastie" pastor. Service activities -

t are going to do what and where. APPLICATIONSPHONE as follows: Tuesday
Z night Prayer
See Chief Kelly US Navy Meeting and
. Finally, they know when and ? Recruiting Station Starke Class meeting. Sunday School
how to these EXCHANGE 10 a.m., Morning
' apply chemicals. l Monday 10 A.M. Tit 2 P.M. Worship 11
a.m. with
Experience like this you can't Bradford Square 2 10-1-1 charge. the Junior.Chuh in

1 get reading a label. I ...

t So, whenever you need a | 2226 N. T ample i' Ave. .

solution for pest problems, call your WJ 1 Starke. Florida 9646312BEAUTIFUL OPEN HOUSE

Farmers Mutual Exchange and talk to
a Gold Kist farm hand. 964-7871 Feb. 26 ft 27 Mirth 5hS ft 6th.

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Girl Scouts Newsby AT ECKERD'S YOU KNOW

phone 964-5812 )

Senior Troop No. 669 IJq ,
planned a Thinking Day Party l'
for CadetteTroop No. 520 last rt '
scouts participated in a fun BLUE-BROWN BLACK, RAINTREE ; -
filled evening. CHILDREN'S : I ;
other countries were learnedand COLDS MEDICINE o
delicious refreshmentswere "" The MOISTURE 'I : i
served. At the close of 74" BLADES GREAT LASHMASCARA
the meeting each scout wrote CO NT AC
their wish for the world on a MAKE R
slip of paper and inserted it TUNGSTEN PLUS PACK OF 5 II I .
into a balloon filled with DOUBLE EDGE-LIMIT 2 CRCAT JR. ;
helium. During the outdoor FOR DRY SKIN = =
friendship circle everyone released / RAINlRCe \
their balloon. Did I I aurrACA
anyone find one? Thanks to III IM xi 1 r
Mr. and Mrs. 'J
Schoening for their help.A 23LASH I 4 OZ j
big welcome to Mrs. Doug LIMIT ,
(Gwen) Gray the new Cadette LIMIT TWO '
/ r "' { j'li
leader.They will meet at their rw }r? LIMIT ONE

week.regular time and place each ., {... .}r? ? J tsvfnrr { rl f' (1PY I ;i'".
''''fvr :r.:f? ;.Y?;
Also a big welcome to Miss '' $:}sr .Y }i }:. iI I
Lynn Jackson the new Junior tII '
leader in Lake Butler. They
II ''f
will be starting within the next !:
few weeks. Great. 11I
All Bradford-Union Girl C
Scouts will participate in the LIMIT ONE I

Scout Neighborhood Sunday, March Event 6.on They Girl o 6.4 OZ. TUBE ) HAMILTON ECKERD BRAND SIX QUARTTRAVELTAINER I i it:
will be attending church that 11)
morning and from 2 to 5 will MM BEACH I
be at the Starke SECONDS 9 VOLT t
Club with displays and enter. .. HPA STE . r ELECTRIC
tainment. More about this ToT }
next week but please plan to LIMIT 2 BATTERY STYROFOAM-
attend the event. 100 CT: } WITH HANDLE,
i &JOHNSON 1 ; :JED 1604-FOR

Girl Scout WeekCelebration COSMETIC --.51))T a voir a REG.LE I

celebrate Local Girl Girl Scout Scout Troops Set Week will PUWS40Z ._ _" : i'8 39 58'I j

March 6 by having a meetingat 0JOHMSOH'S -
the Starke Woman's Club. PLASTIC BOTT -IIMIT L;
The program"Do Your Own I .I
Thing' is open to all Girl DISSTON REG 13 99 CHROME' 14 IN. X 14 IN. ,
Scouts graduate scouts and PLATED
Girl Scouts are urged to y
get together old and new and ; BA'RY' 0ILw GRASSSHEAR
share some Girl Scout { REG
memories. March 6 from 2 t HERBAL LIMIT $9 99
p.m. to 5 p.m. Also a remin- OF REGULAR OR AiENE CAST IRON
der, bring any pictures you cMiE CHOICE KILLER 6000 CUTS PER GRILLWOODHANDLES :
can find of scouting ad. BEAT THE MOTH TO THE f
ventures. It should be fun.lWJmmJ. +:; ,. MASSEHGILL CLOTH' 1 IB CAN SUPER HARD STEEL = I 1

k j
1 D
] CN 99'J

; I
4-11 HORSE DAY #, c

Saturday February 19 was : i} HALF GALLON "
411 Horse Vet Day in Bradford .
County. TAU . . CAULKING 22" MOWER
Dr. Pennington, a local : :}.... rd' 7 OZ. COMPOUND 3 5 HP Bnggs& Stratton 4- PICNIC I
veterinarian visited
s{ + :
+ : A
: ; cycle motor. Adjustable cuffIng (
Theressi, Brooker and .. CARTRIDGES THAT height from 1-'/r" to 3" "
Starke. He checked horses ANTSTANDARD"SIZE L Front heel'drive.-Reg" ) 141 88 JUG ,j.
vaccinated them and wormed 'k ; { { {;; 4'}$ -Fn
them. Approximately 50 } :fs. : '' ;t..: { GUNS. DURABLE MOLDED ;:'1,
horses were seen Saturday. r 8 8 PLASTIC-CHOICE OFAVOCADO
Sepcial rates were given to ;:a..i 119 .
anyone who brought their REG. Li ".. OOJ OR
horse on that day. tHE x00AE'IN51APi1 HAARIVE01 ,., 65' 44 APRICOTREG. )4 4
If k
you are interested in CRASS .

joining please contact the 4-H Lowell Horse Parrishat Club ::.. KODAK EK* "SB1UHl? + RFD CATCHER 9 99 '.. $1.88MEN'S,
!964-6534. 4-H is open to all
without regard to race, coloror : INStANT CAMERA


Food Stump Of fire : ; FOR FLA
Sets New Schedule REG 849 95 9 ; FITTINGS IIf
Starting March 1, there will 11j $$ : ::; :? QUART CAN 2.99 OR FANCY PATTERNS
be a change in the office hoursof muhlpl.dISC dn9 -
the local Food Stamp office. t j : r :
The Starke office will be ::::::::: unilubt REG 4 -> REG. 8 8

open Bradford five County days a clients week and will r 1: SOUTH BIN 59 4 7 24 $6.99 5]

be certified + !
Friday and Monday can purchase through t s t' Pnnq' I STAINLESS\ STEEL --r-

Monday, Wednesday and KNifE
Friday.The fmr; flLLE1 .. .
Lake Butler office will 110-20 i1z( SHEATH
be open Tuesday and Thursdays j I jt COLOR SWLBIADE t HANDLE %r PAK OF 100 PLASTIC jf\\ MEN'S OR LADIES'
and Union County :; ARE RUSTRESI .-
clients will be certified and be 1 1. GARDEN
able to purchase both days. r / INDEX TATAMISSANDALS
'-""-" "-' REG. QI jfREG.
The new hours will result in : REG.179 1099VSSSl __ HOSE r
additional operating hours in $i 1 1'''':.:
each county for the convienceof : 0 CARDS HANGER
people having need of bene '}1:11{11 ''1}: / KEEPS YOUR HOSE j THONG TYPE WITH
said fits provided by this program, ::: :?: :: ::: !;;, RULED 8. PLAIN OUT OF THE WAY STRAW SOLES

representatives.local Food Stamp fW:::{:::::::l:{::::: : : .;.:: iir-Wv.\i.-i::<:-*-*- REG REG.8199

I I :r: 2 49 149

AARP Tux Help Offers .; 79' I(INCLUDED HOSE NOT)

assistance Federal is being income offered tax to mH1M>I SEEDS : iS SSS S.80Z.CORNCHJPS n 18" WIDE X 27" LONG ROTARY 12 IN. X 27 IN.
elderly and lower income per- """"""" "" ;

sons American by volunteers Association of of Re-the f Jj:1::.>.. $.
tired The Persons.volunteers have been t:':@:r:1:: : REG. 93' OO GREAT RUGS FOR YOUR CAR I HANGING RUG
trained in basic income tax ::::::::::.:.:::::: :::;:::. FOR OR AT HOME! EDGER
:::::::::: :::::::: : :: REG. !<
laws by the Internal Revenue :t:h: ::: : : REG 2 99 CREATEALOVELYRUG
Service and will be at : ::::::: M1::::: pt 69' .1 DESIGNED FOR TRIMMING
helping ;::::: :::: :::: : : :: ALONG WALKS & CURBS ASSORTED PATTERNS
these locations until the April
15 income tax filing deadline.

Starke Assistance at the can Old be Jail.gotten Route in : }};:} : 9 REG 6 REG.$9.99 777

301.136 N. Temple.Thursday !;::flM1S'Y'Jlti'}:.yx};: 1 r ;c: }.a 7'I"t 44 88 3"
y s.giim+
p.m. to 4 p.m. Keystone LATCH HOOK
Heights phone Mrs. Louise NOT INCLUDED '
Newman at 473-2243 and in t
Melrose at the Volunteer Fire KodaK F
Department corner SR 26 and FAMOUS p rlnt :
Cypress Street. Monday and
Tuesday 10 a.m. to 2 p tn. vv.r.Jnri'nw dSv4{4ti4w.{},v.nV7.{tirk:{v.xM1w' d.w'M.rx.u / / / / / / r


Check With CURB s :: RrirOY O O IWh.n I

For Tax CreditsIf up Your '
Pick :.\
your income was under TWICE THE G.'"B""roll ;'of' Print'' d.v.loP, bvY.d tlm hve, and alts- {'M1 831 S. Walnut Slarke. Fla.

$8.000. you may qualify for an S 8 with w.ry and prim Eodacotor a black } a< DlfUGS I .
Earned Income Tax Credit of color or black I
whit one// '
up to $400.Check wW .Wm d.v.op.d% end d, of r'
.with the CUBB PriM.d r.BvtOr pAND EyERYDAY

North Temple Avenue ((2nd SOMI ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY SUNDAY 10 TO 7
floor of the old Jail House) in '
Starke for free assistance on _, ,_IA .._"I.'U.'_. fffftifffft: :
this and other tax matters. .: y7sA's k "SJM1>S:} :'r S7b:' Si li AYoii9v: 'idX,{y5 ?$P 4: rv.Vr{v1ti :>K'{' r

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10 i 1.KI.KK.\I'II; February :U. 1971
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I: The Cannon Roared, The Powder Flashed, And Things Were As They Were in 1VO4The I

acrid smell of gun were seeking to cut off the '" 5 way to camp and ne er In all (
line which
supply by Floridawas
powder mingled with thepungent sending food and other my life have I seen such a distressing -
odor of needles
pine sight some men
supplies to Southern fightingmen
Sunday afternoon as the in nearby states. with their legs carried off,
Battle of Olustee, 'biggest '
I others with their brains out .
and bloodiest encounter of the
Civil War in Florida was re- The action seemed realistic and mangled In every con-
enacted before thousands of enough to those who watched ceivable way, and then our
at Olustee State from the sidelines last Sunday men commenced stripping
Park in Baker County. but a real critique of the them of their clothing and left
battle could have been given e, their bodies naked. I never

For those who were there it only by those who fought thereon I want to see another battle or

seemed an authentic replicaof that historic date, go'( on the field after it is over."

the tragic events of that z; February 20, 1864. But their ,
He never did. Two days
fateful Saturday 113 voices have long since been y
years ago R later Stephens died
stilled as they rest in ceme-
when Confederate forces leading
while his troops in a
of the
area. Perhaps
routed Union soldiers who skirmish at Cedar Creek near

Jacksonville. a- e't1l
iirr Sunday's mock battle was

editorial J staged by the National Re-
enactment Society, composedof
r t tv history buffs in several h

Southeastern states, as well as
the North, who seek to restore

MIII; isterial; Fasting the past, as it was, in authentic Confederatetroops "fall in" for march to battlefield.
dress, and using in some
instances, authentic Civil War
Seems Misguided; EffortAnd I muskets and accoutrements.From .
200 to 300 volunteers
participated in Sunday's LETTERS---

molesters and others whose weirdo action including men from
now we have eight ministers Florida Georgia Alabama
them law-
made to
appetites a menace "
from Gainesville churches, apparently Louisiana, South Carolina, HELP A MAN ford High and control "teens.
ha'ingnothing better to do with their abiding citizens, have no fear of going to Pvt. Robert Hall of Starke, get! refreshing drink of water Maryland, District of MHO CAKES! They don't even have much
prison, much less of the death penalty.The from Karen Cadorath, of Jacksonville a member of the militia. Columbia, Tenneseee. and help from authorities of the
three fast in
time than staging day
Virginia Editor Telegraph: law, much less parents. Don't
protest of the death penalty for convicted ministerial group proposes that I wish to remain anonymousfor ruin a man and his life's work '

criminals who have already had the fast begin the first Sunday in Lent they too, would have pronounced reason I cannot explain because because people say "Kids :

the benefit of every' technicality and and continue until March 2 but it Sunday's per- it would give away whoI were on the streets."They are

loophole of the law. won't be a total fast. It will allow taking formance good although the am still on the streets by the way. .''
This deserves to show the
blood this time wasn't real man
enough "minimal nourishment, such as and the bullets hand- I would like to say a few public what he can do with '
"There needs( to he better solutions to rice and tea, to allow the fasters to con- made casings were packed words on behalf of Charles "BACKING" from the Super- I
crime and to punishments," says the tinue working. We always thought a fast with black powder and cotton aWe'i Francis. I am a parent, taxpayer intendent and "board"

Itev. Larry Keimer, of the United was a fast, or else it wasn't a fast. wads. Only the scrub pal- for a ,good citizen many of this years county and At the risk of sounding

Church of Gainesville. "We reject mettoes and the pines were have know Mr. Francis for a' "icky" and "gooey," let me

further violence, adding violence on top The action is aimed at impressing the the same as they were 113 long time. say one more time
years ago ...LOVING AND CARING"are
of violence. State Clemency Board which will meet Let me tell you first I thinkwe of the main
March 28 to begin reviewing some of the After the actual battle in have a fine school board two school

No doubt Mr. Keimer is well intentioned 8(> cases of those now on death row, with 1864 which 1,861 left Union the field casualtiesand dotted and a very conscientious one qualities leader. You of got a to good give that to

in his own opinion but what he whose cases have already been reviewed 946 Confederate, Capt. the However they are wrong Mr.in Mr. Francis I don't believe he

may not realize is that his proposed fast cleared by the Supreme Court, John C. Richard who commanded Francis.area I concerning have grown lacks the other qualificationsa

would in effect, be dl'fl'atingone of the and now await re-review.So Roll Company A, 10th children with children of their good principal calls"ball for
of the
either. (3o; to some
solutions of crime which he is supposedly Florida Regiment wrote from own who were under the lead- and of Brad-

ndvo'atingThat solution, or at least far no one has mentioned a fast in Mary Olustee, in Station Starke:to his wife, ership of Mr. Francis when he (ford games"High You sports will always see

J partial solution is deterrence which has protest of the crimes against innocent s's'd was principal of Hampton Mr Francis there to back our
"Dear Wife: The enemy MV Elementary years ago. NO..I just will not sit
barn almost literally lacking in recent victims that got the 86 criminals onto came in force yesterday and a. sf players

years. with prison life becoming death row in the first place. Isn't it about we met them one and one-half ,. Let me say this: It takes back behalf and when say I know nothing what in this his

"cushy" that murderers, rapists, child time they had a little attention, too? miles of this place. Their force r principal much more than to be just a good a"disciplinarian" man is and what he stands for.
was much larger than ours;
children I
It takes a Every one of my as
but we whipt them badly. Our man who loves kids and said have been under !Mr.

Pica ; Battalion distinguished itself "CARES. You see, I had a Francis principalship and I
Bargaining and was complimented on the
bad situation years ago and say to you "They have made
report by Commdg.
!Mr "Francis without anyone good citizens parents and
I Genl The
No VictimsFlorida four fight lasted and about or asking out of his own pocket, still remember the old clays
Bargain for near hours night puta bought my child something he when Mr. Francis came to one
stop our pursuit. Our lossis
need child
and met
of them a a
needed ( I should
or some-
about fifty killed and These two youngsters" in full uniform came all the nay' from thing child wanted say) Mr. had because he ('AltJoD'in: !
among (them) some good Canada to retrace steps of their Confederate ancestors. my "
before without bargaining
Attorney General Kobert many guilty pleas as officers. Wounded about 300 Francis did this because he LOVED

'he y in has. n' l.wt'lhis call for an l'nlilo / for pleas on reduced charges. "LOVED" and "CARED" --"An interested\ parentw
Shevin also said that several "We have killed and taken ho hasn't
plea bargaining, the practice\ t that now larger about one thousand Yanks The board members all t forgotten"

lets! a murderer off the hook by allowinghim Florida counties have tried eliminatingplea white and negro. We capturedalso have children.They ought to
By : TO TIIIIO.lltlOF':
to plea guilty to a lesser offense, bargaining/ in some cases with equal six pieces of artillery and realize that discipline and
l'OL'N'I'1';'; l'OynllsslEltsGentlemen : : : :
ueh as man lau hlt'r.Of succe'ss. would without doubt have Bobby l behavior start at home not
captured the most of the Notebook the school. How can teachersand :
Arguing! that tougher judges and enemy if we had had two' principals do in a few
()l plea bargaining saves theslate Taylor I live near State Uuirl UNI
course. mandatory sentencing prime crime hours more daylight. None of I'hone'l64-6.-,. l hours a day what parents do
> and Road
=5 KM( ) A. urn
money, saves t the judges time1, and prevention tools Shevin said that since my company was killed or not do at home I speak of the graduate of Bradford High

keep.Itit'I dinkc-ts I runt getting clutteredup Florida's three-year mandatory sentence mortally wounded. Tom majority, because there are School and feel I I am a good

but the cost is high/ in additional \ for g-un.rl'latt'd crimes was foot.Durden severely wounded in Good weather is permittinga cumstances, Keep them out of some mighty (good parents. citi/en When I lead in I the
Perry Dees the same.. Mr Francis good
was a principal -
crime', which may. \MJKout many of the enacted, t those offenses have dropped by Calvin Dees slightly in arm. lot of activity in fields and the reach of children and his fine leader. Telegraph. that Mark. Olin had.

supposed! luMic-lits. .:US per cent. He also insisted that the Chestnutt slightly and Some gardens folks throughout the area. Good weather is also ship helped many a applied lor rezoning for a con
will have venience1 store wife and I
several others slightly 1, soon enabling winter child. I know he all ol my
death penalty "can be a deterrent" a as their land ready for seeding or our pasturelike helped were happy. because! we1 Mould
well as Joo. Harney and oats and children and all of them
The Attorney General; says I been obvious rye ryegrass my
should have
fad that even transplanting However most not have to drive all the wax
Jasper were1 not touched. I clover to make under his
; some growth. were principalshipat ,
.hould IK- no bargaining in robbery or lo I the gMx1ers, all along.In feel very thankful that we suf-- folks will delay planting frost This is a welcomed sight to one time or another. I into town to buy a few simple1
burglary. e-asi>s. which would reduce thecharge's fered so little susceptible crops like squashand our cattle and cattlemen. cannot sit back and things like bread, soft drinks
such to simple assault fort h'omingreviews before thet't'mt'nl'y tomatoes until the latterof say or milk anymore. II would he1
in nothing in behalf of this man
"Some of the boys have In addition to better
next month. convenient to hua lew
board, Shevin said he would so
or ticspassmg letting the criminal get Yankee overcoats caps, weather some cattlemen area when I know hat he Is..1 1 justcan't things e needed in .1 hurry or
off with .1. light sentence1, or even not recommend commutation of sen canteens, etc. Some good I have talked about plans for little encouraged at some imagine anyone even forgot to huright ,near
,pi"ob.it t ion. lence where there is no significant mitigating blankets. Many little things gardens that can help make signs of strengthening cattle questioning !Mr Francis' home1
circumstances no new evidence, taken this paper and envelope this project beneficial economically prices ability as a leader in our
and otherwise. school As far A short t lime later I read in
among them. I write but fear One of system. as help
( ilingI'MIland., Oregon as an :and if the crime was significantly you will not get it. Love to all. the most important considera- needed Better to prices are offset certainly he gives with discipline.. Ask the Telegraph that the1 7onmg

example, nt'a city t that eliminated plea heinous to merit the death penalty. We Do write often." tions in your garden or crop most help folks have heavyexpenses had some of the bus driver's for Hoard had approved I the
hope that other members of the board Love, JohnAn plan is good seed or tran winter I'm this county I know of several change in onmg so tl1ltIr.: .
I ''rg'ainingrt'dul' ngo lurth robberies and will lx' similarly concerned with past estimated two to three splants.For forward this to an improvementand sure looking w ho can tell you how he helped\ Olin would build n convenience
burglaries hv. ten per cent in one year them with problems that were !store
victims of crimes as well as those who thousand spectators taxed each vegetable hope it is just around the
ho also (pointed out that l'nrtlanll'sIurt may In.1 victims tomorrow unless the facilities for of the small first Olustee grow in your garden you you corner for our beef producers. completely have heard: many uncontrollable., say that Mr.I read Then that shortly tee (Count Iheieafle-r' Com I.
park Sunday's re-
sjsteMii 1 did not U-conu1 jammed :andpiosimting death; penalty is reestablished as a enactment of the decisive will have to decide whether to Francis always stood behind missioners had turned t clown!

attorneys obtained just as cleterrrent.'Congress battle along U.S. 90 betweenthe start I it from seed from Diil'ont I ii ('reusesCanlptiny !' them w hen they had problemsand :Mr Olins convenience1( store
villages of Olustee and plants or from plant parts. went to no end to help I request stating (hat the-

Sanderson in Baker County. The main advantage in Paid have heard teachers say this Zoning Hoard! was in error! in

The 1864 action occurred when starting directly from seeds is same thing Sure (harlcs changing; the zoning lor ,i con,
[(ows Best Confederate troops under the that you have a wider selection Pension! Hates! Francis loves kids. Is this venietue store In other

I command of Gen. Joseph of varieties from which to supposed to make him a badeducator words t the Zoning hoard Ikicl

Or Does It ? Fincgan" smashed a Union choose. Furthermore not all Employees of the DuPontCo school and leader in the made a mistake and {permission .
system As a I
Force lef by Gen. Truman A. vegetables do well when parent should never have
when they retire will
receive '
to u..You have
say )() made a
The Confederate
Seymour. transplanted and must be a substantial increase in bad mistake'' been granted It is my understanding
victory not only preserved the grown from seed sown directly their company-paid that the inning(
('.S House Thomas I P. of Congress voting themselves a raise. Florida supply line intact but pensions deal of
Speaker' in the row where they are to about percent\ lor the I would love to tell you so spends a great
i is the It wasclesigne-d to take such raises "out prevented a threat to Tallahassee time and "'I1'rltbt'fnre they( '
O''Iit.ill1': : that "some-times it in be grown. Most vegetablesmay company as a whole, the com much more but I cannot ,
U.st interests ot t the nation for Congress of politics" n1l'nningor course, no giving it the distinction be seeded directly in the pany's Ihghland and Trail afford to give away my name approve any zoning( changeIn
would lose vote the of being the only southern garden row. announced Tuesday for I cannot (he past I t thought)! that t the
In tote :against I the I will of the t people' Congressman a over to Ridge plants reason say. I
capital capture Board had made-
escape Zoning a
for :MANY:
Implying ot course, that it was in the matter because his constituents during the war. Good seed may mean the speak when I "LOMNG", :'however and good and fair decision and always
wouldn't know his feelings on the issue. difference between success The pension calculation say
lest interests of (the nation fur Con did what they thoughtwas (
After the "CARING: : means so much
routing at Olustee. and failure in your garden. under the proposed plan will
best for all citizens cif l
icre-ssnu-n to !give: themselves (without Union forces when a principal is selectedI'm
retreated back Buy good seed from a reliable use an employee's pay for his
actually casting\ a vote for t the record) a To the credit of H(>p. Don Fuqua let it toward Jacksonville where dealer. For some crops seed or her three highest paid I not foolish enough to think Bradford C'ountv,

hefty pay increase from $11.(>()() to U1 said that he was publicly opposed to they continued occasional may be saved from one's own years with the company, said we do not need a man who can Your actions made mv wife

C.7.01M( ) annually.\: the raise, and favored having a recorded raids on the surrounding garden but for many other K.B. Platt. plant manager. control our "teens" and keep and me feel that the people on
countryside including Starke. seed is our school under control but the Zoning Hoard whom you
the ttt'r.H'ali7.ing vegetables saving
vote on ma Presently pensions are
Official reports at the time Impractical.Plant best- how many "teens" can be appointed are not qualified to
\1.lylll': he-'s right in some C..ISOH but indicated 203 Union soliders computed using the five controlled Let's not blame act in the best interest of

in this particular case it appears: Ihat the high cost of living in killed; 1,132 wounded and 506 varieties of paid help years bring.retirement The change income would :Mr Francis if some oft the kids Bradford 'ounty citizens.I .

lailurc ol the- House members to vote on \\ashmgton. it might well he that a pay listed as missing. Southern vegetables which have been closer to pay immediately. under his principalship I am discouraged and feel
!least in the rise in losses were comparatively tested and found to be adaptedto skipped school and disobeyedrules. that there is in
their pay' raise was an act\ of cowardice raise, at kc'eping'ith' preceding retirement, Let's blame ourselvesas no use having a

rather: than an action "in the best interests cost of living might be1 justified, but we wounded light: 93 dead and in six battle listed 847 as resistant our to area.pests and Vegetables tolerantof Additional improvementswill parents for not working to- Zonin$10.000: .a Board,, if at they a cost arc not of

of t the people.' Speaker' O'Neill; still t think the Representatives should missing in action. adverse weather conditionsare result from replacementof gether with the school capable of year making decisionson

himself admitted that the raise wouldprolxibly' have had gumption enough to vote for or Capt. Winston much easier to grow the plan's minimum for authorities and support themin their findings Wha
the Stephens of successfully than those that mula by a new formula. Platt every area. THAT'S YOUR
it in
Board if their
haw been defeated if broughtto / against open.A the Confederate Florida Zoning
said. The PROBLEM:
are not Our "Vegetable Gardening ,- minimum formulahas (IF THERE IS '
aolt* U'e-ause: of the members Volunteers wrote to his wife in Guide." lists those benefitted certain shorter. ONE:' ) By the way WilY decisions are to be over-

reluctance to face:\ the voters bark home Congressman! who doesn't have Lake City: varieties which are best suitedto term lower-paid employees NOW? If the "board" turned?

alter (adding:\ l, themselves out such a !guts enough to stand up and hE't'ounted. "My own dear wifeI: I am our conditions but the new formula will members feel the w ay they do Please reconsider your

handsome! raise.. He said the "panelsystem" doesn't deserve a raise, we'd say. writing with a Yankee pen. provide increased pensionsfor why did they let this go on solong decision, Commissioners.. I
Yankee ink. and on Yankee Of course, it is a privilege a wider range of employees ? want to see Bradford County
establishe-cl alter the last
i was enjoyed by gardeners to and
try grow prosper, not
captured on the battle- "
paper I
hike in 19fi9"Ix'eauseof; the hue and cry NCIotee: no raisee.OB1A field. We had one of the hottest varieties which have proven DuPont's Pension and Re- don't;say do to this you to,a"The fine man Public.like stagnate. Please reconsiderand

contested battles of the war onyesterday themselves elsewhere and tirement Plan will have three Mr. Francis, I beg you to lookat let our end of the County
about which may do well in their have a convenience store.
commencing different formulas for cal- this from every direc
: BRADFORD c0, clock p.m. and ending half gardens. However many gardeners culating pensions. A retiring tion..Mr.; Francis is no Thank you for letting me
past :5pm.I and during the are cheating them- employee's pension is based "private eye." These people make known mv feelings
.p selves of the best
p whole time there was not a possible on the formula that generatesthe that claim the kids stayed on
AI ehe1r p4 moment's cessation in the results by continuing to grow highest monthly amount. the streets under Mr. Francis' JERRY L DEMPSEY
sdtsde(s fire. I am so tired and dirty I inferior varieties without ever leadership should come forth. Route 3. Box 14-G

0 Qy can hardly keep my eyes opento testing the suggested These new changes will be- I'd like to hear what they haveto Starke, Fla"lIIg .

cede write."I varieties. come effective Sept. 1, if the say. "BULL"!...This kindof
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER necessary approval from the
thing goes on in
4TI QN Publishers went over the battleground Most seeds are treated with Internal Revenue Service school in America. All you every can

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at btarki.ela. under this morning on my'They chemicals to reduce injury comes by'that time. Under the do is the BEST YOU CAN and

Actof March 3, 1879 and decay caused by insects revised plan employees who I firmly believe Mr. Francis Mfpi '
Subscription' rate in trade area J7 per year: $4 sin months. 2.. and diseases. These chemicals retire between now and the effective did just that. You might say

Outside trade area $8 per year: $4 50 six months. are poisonous and shouldbe date will auto- "His BEST wasn't good When
Phon!DM 6305 Starke Fla have; sown the wind. handled with care. Such matically have their pensions' enough," Name me one man. + the Nile recod.d the
and they shall reap the treated seeds are not to be recomputed to reflect the in this county who can take into ndent Egypti.nl would tOil

whirlwind. eaten under any cir- amended plan provisions. the job of principal of Brad .bout it Written instructions


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!! Lake Butler, Ocala Forest Deal BHS Cagers 2 Losses f

P ,tby'AndyDenonn complete the Tigers 11-points Ocala Forest High to play a 37.27 victory before an enrecord.. In other action this III IS 27. FOREST -six points while in the second was the way the referees were, 1
An 11-point spurt just before in a row. slow down game Saturday thuslastic packed house past week BHS lost a tough 50- Warney Adkinson, Bradford stanza Ocala Forest High out going to call it I just wanted to
Ute end of the third period and Kenny Hampton hit on a night in Ocala, but the WildThe loss dropped the Big 43 game to arch-rival Union High coach, felt the best way shot the Big Red 15-9. However hold the ball," Coach Adkinson .
parried Into the final quarter jump shot to break the Tigers cats adjusted well and took a Red to"an 11-13 final second County High. for the Tornadoes to beat the Bradford High still only said. I "
enabled the Union County string.of points and that's the Wildcats and their fast break trailed 22-17 at the half. .Kd: Kami's caused the Tornadoes .
Tigers to come from behind to closest the Tornadoes got in was to play a passing game, The second half saw BHS the most trouble offensively -
defeat the Bradford High the remaining minutes of the ? hoping to find un open man get smacked 10-6 in the third as the 6'6" forward ':t',
Tornadoes 50-43 in a well game. a'ri' eventually for the high per- stanza for a 32-23 disadvan- scored u game-high 20 paints toO
played game last Friday night Perry was high scorer for centage shot. Coach Adkinson tage and get outscored 5-4 by He repeatedly got inside for
before ,capacity crowd intarke. the Tigers with 18, Holmes said, "If we ran with them the Wildcats in the fourth the easy 2-3 foul bank shot. ] .\i;
.. and White had 11 markers we'd have lost by 30 points." period.In Following Haines in scoring/ '' *
Each team placed threefnen' each. The Tornado philosophy the final quarter both for the Wildcats was! Tyrone /
lit .double figures in agame Hampton was the big gun worked for 2 12: quarters, but squads installed the fourcorner Young, who bucketed nine I '.,.
that was not decided for the Tornadoes with 14 then began to backfire. After stall. The Tornadoes were points. :
until lhp Tigers ran the 11- points, Freddie Aldridge had trailing just 24.23 at the mid the first to stall the ball and Pacing tbe BHS scoring was j!
points in a row to capture a 12 and David Walker chippedin point of the third period BUS they did it because of the Ken Hampton with 12. while r 4
game that seemed at the 11. got outscored 13-4 the rest of number of fouls called on FreddueAidridgecanned nine } :t
three-quarter mark to be con Tornado Coach Warney Ad- the game and lost 3727. them. Bradlord High's'\ Iront line 'f
trolled by the Tornadoes.The kinson said his team played a ri'ri't In the first quarter.the Tor- "In the fourth quarter the players scored a grand total of '
Tornadoes moved to a good ball game and managedto nadoes whipped the Wildcats referees! called seven fouls on six points. David Walkex. r
10-6 first quarter lead. lead in the game for three ri'J 8-7. as Freddie Aldridge hit for us and one on them. If that Kenny Aycox and R,)land [ ..f f
Leading by 16-8 In the second and a half quarters. Cummings each scored two '
quarter the Tigers started to Tigers' Coach Jimmy pants '
find the target and the Tor- Thomas said, "We did a better Kl'nnylampton\ led I the
nadoes led at halftime 25-21. job of moving the offense in UHS Tiger Lifters Tornadoes in rebounding, as <
At the three-quarter mark the the second half against the he pulled down six. David! }
Tornadoes led 35.31. tough Tornadoes' defense." Walker of the Big Ked! had \
Paul White hit on a jump The Tigers; outrebounded i
shot from- the baseline just the Tornadoes 32-39 In the ,, Do BUS In 3832On five.Bradford High's Kennx t
before the end of the third game Hampton also; was the. Tornadoes \ f
quarter and this seemed to The Tigers ended the regular lop assists player 1(
awaken the Tigers. season with a record of the strength of four In he 165 class the Tornadoes claiming two. k f
Then Boyzie Perry hit on 17-10. The Tornadoes finishedthe firsts and four seconds, the dominated, as Sam For the game! the Big Ked l ;
two consecutive baskets in the game with an 11-12 log. r- 1k Union County High weight- Bennett took first and Randy shot an anemic at.4: percent tIrom '"
first two minutes of the final lifters defeated arch-rival Thompson second. Bennett t the livid, bitting on 11-47 : :.
chapter to get the game even OMJ t IS 10 it so Bradford High 38-32 last Wed- bench pressed 2G5: pounds! and attempts. In the IIrot hull BUS
at 35-35. Alfred Hollywood( ) BHS 10 II 10 I 43 nesday afternoon in Big Red Thompson 200( pounds! The connected on 6-28 shots. 21.4 ''I'
Holmes stole the ball at mid-- country.The clear and jerk competitionsaw percent. The second hall sat
court and then hit on a driving UHS- Perry l-l-ll, Holmii 51.11, 4 ?t win ups the Tigers Bennett lift 200) pounds to I the Tornadoes' improve, but .J
layup to put the Tigers in front Cltor ToUli 1-11.II-I-M.Whit 4-1.11, Blount 70-4. record to 2-1, while the Torna- Thompson's Hili.) their percentage still wa.
37-35 for the first time with BHSAldridq.. 0.0.12, Hampton 7." does are now 03.( plotIn. this ball Bradford 114I
6:07.: left in the game. 14. Godwin 1-0-4, Walker 51.11,Ayco .- ThisI l'ek Union County Mike Dukes of Union County High I sunk 3.19!) slxils.. a.:1!'; :l liercent ,
Perry then knocked home a 0 0. Totals 11.141.Bradford laid Walker Bradford In the Tormladoes' ,, High will face Hawthorne High and the Big Red's Mike I ni.irk
High attempts jumper fill)- 4:1: loss to l'nionlll|>>h had close battle in |
Van/.ant \
a JSeornq
rebound and Holmes hit on a High's basketball High Wednesday. March 2, at j
free-throw to make it 40-35 and Tornadoes forced Number 7I ::1 p.m. in a home match. The the IHI pound class with the b. gpnrleS
Tiger\ lifter I finally taking a !
Tornadoes will go against 4-A BHS 8 0 4 1) .
$RADFORD CO Gainesville High in the BITS victory. Dukes bench pressed Ocala' 15 '0' II
225 and jerked 215 while the Bus Aldr.Omi 4 I t. Hampton 4411AycoM j''
weight lifting room on the I 0 2. Godwin 000. Walker I 0 1Cummmqt >.
Clay Cagers Bomb BHS same day and at the same second place Van/ant bench 10 ] Total. II 52' I,
time as the Tigers-Ilawthorne pressed 220 and jerked 205: Ocala For.*- LeavtnqoodO 0 0 Gu,
I 0. ..Slau&tO 0 0. Vounq 4 I 10. R umes ,r.
High match. Wednesday.March The duo of Leon Alexander
4 20 White 204 Harpvr 000 Totals 4
Girls In District GameWith COmiirgravl1 2, at 3 pm. and Sidney Jenkins added! totht'TornacllN.'s 13
In the 114 I'a pound class problems in the
L'nion County High's Buddy 189-pound class us they
hot shooting, ferocious Devils 129. In the first period Croft got the Tigers off to a placed one two. Alexander Watch For Us
rebounding and forcing costly Clay High outgunned BUS 20- good start as: he won by bench: won the division Ith a 225-:
turnovers the Clay High Blue 11, while in the second quarterthe pressing( 130 pounds and jerk pound bench press and\ a ami-
Devil lady cagers closed the Blue Devils clobbered ing 105.. Finishing second was pound jerk. For second; place We'reCoining
season's last chapter for Bradford High 24-8 for a 44-19 the Tornadoes' Greg Maxwell, Sidney Jenkins bench pressedand
Kradlord High as the Tornadoes advantage at the half. The who bench pressed i)5) and jerked 170 pound
It'll 7H-4K; in the first third stanza saw Clay High ( jerked O9! >.
round of district play Thursday outscore the Tornadoes 26-15, The 123: category found Heavyweight action saw Soon I
night in I'ulatka South's taking a 70-34 lead into the last BHS' Tim Gaskins the victor BUS' Steve Earnest out-duel If
g(> m, giving BUS a :J-8 final quarter. witha bench press of 150) and>i Tony I lioberts ol the Tigers, f
season record Betty Jean Hudson and 170-pound jerk. Keith J Dubose beating the Union ('ountyhigh SHOP '1
The Big Red installed a Judy Williams: led the Big Red of Lake Butler placed second litter 270 to 223 in the PASTRY
'zone del ense" for most of the rebounding, as: each grabbed BHS Runners Open Tomorrow as ho bench pressed and Ix'iich press and! 2'In\:; JIM \in
but the Blue Devils pounds. the perk 138 E Call Starke
game 10. Following I the duo was jerked 125: |
connected on field goals Irom Emma: Murphy with six. Eddie. Saxon also won lor 964-5890 I II iyr
anywhere and everywhereover Bradford High's top assists the Big Red accomplishing it I:
it. Judy Hendrick causedthe pla.YI'ras Frances Coltrane. With Clay High West Nassau with a IHO-pound bench press 375-1297 '. 964-6061 Ar
most trouble for Ml IS. as claiming six. Cassandra Johnson and a jerk of 160. lilting in the GAINESVILLE "'1 STARKE
she scored: :\\11) pOInts 18 of Joy Slams: and Emma 132: category His nearest : '".': ,
which >lie scored in just I the :Murphy got two each. Bradford High's track letterman. last season ran a will make the discus event one competition was the Tigers'!! !' l,
lirst t half 1 Hendrick scored workouts- "have been good" 2 09 half mile. of the strongest Tornado en- Scott ('ason. w ho bench pressed
Irom close in\ hank shots and {coring by quarters: according to Coach Grover Running the mile will be tries. Last season Smith and 125: and jerked 1BO.
long/ jumpers. Jerry :McCinff.Kradlord ( Clay 20 14 20 0 it Howard as he and his team John Lewis senior letterman Carter threw the discus 130: Union County High's, (';d tin WAYNE KINNEY J
High coach said. "Idon1 1 BUS Clay u Mendritli II IS.0 I.JO.II Spencer 12 70 w look forward to the season who Coach Howard calls "ex- feet plus. Brown got the Tigers back into "
heheve we could: have 14, Colion 10-10 WHIlamt 10-10. Con-- opener. cellent." Last season Lewis /The Tornadoes relay team "winner's row" by coming SINCE 1969'
slopped\ I .' with abilseb.iilV man 1-0-4. Jolmten 2'0'. Battle UIL.T The Tornadoes first action ran tht mile in-4.49.\ .Bradford roombers are not,ye\\,known... away \ictorious in. the I4K }f
!\ >at' ';: am totals: 3017* will be tomorrow (Friday. High's two-miler will be as the field is open. category" He. bench pressed ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
\t Felicia Spencer: followed Bus -t Murphy 0 II, Hudson 104. 7 Coltran 0-14, Johnson 104.Williamt Feb. 25)) at home against Clay Bryan Whitney a sophomore, Bradford \High's weakest 225: pounds and jerked 2o:! Cill u. For All Your HoetrliilQuality ,..... ., .
Judy I Hendrick in scoring: !! for ) 0., Berry I 02. Team totals: 11-0-44. High and West Nassau High at who is expected to do well. spots will be in the sprint Placing second was Timm\
the Blue Devils, canning 14. :li:: () p m. events, and field events Jones! of hills with a :!:pound Set :t
('layIligh's !I'am Colson; and Coach Howard's 1976 squad In the discus. BITS has two There are a lot of untried and 'benchpress and a iwi-pnunil! Rfa4O"nbie Prices
hemsilliams" finished the Girl's Softball finished second four times and of the !best in this part of inexperienced: athletes here. jerk
double figure scoring; for the third once out of five three- Florida. Senior lettermen Like the relay teams the fieldis
vi "'nt"'S. with each bucketingin Ilehiwlrntion way meets. Bobby Smith and Keith Carter open in these areas.
This season BHS has seven
Bradlord High's Judy, lettermen returning. Thereare : LORIDA
Williams and I Belly Jl'ul1l1ud- Under Way Nowl'gistration a total of 49 persons on the DYB Registration Unde.WU)! EST HAVE
son tried to counter net the team, the largest in five
Itlue Devils. olteiiMve IIltal'k.hut is now underway >cars. Registration has begun for prior to the beginning of the )
could( not do it. However.Villuiins ) lor theStarkciKecreation The strength of the Tornadoes the Starke Recreation regular practice sessions, gcONTROI
\ pumped 1 in IH points) Department's girls Softball will be in the quarter- sponsored Dixie Youth Baseball which get under way on 1 CHIhUCAL CO
and Hudson swished throughII program at the Pratt Street mile distance events discus Program at the Pratt :Monday. March 14. HEALTHIERLAWN I
l'enterand the Recreation Department throw and two out of three relay Street Centerthe Recreation Birth certificates are also
Tlio Blue\ Devils" rebounding (ul(ice In the old teams Coach Howard Department office located in required of all participants. If
also was a I lai-lor( in the game. Armory.On says., the old Armory, and Law toy you do not have a birth certificate
(Nidi Jerry. Mc<.iril( said .Friday. March II. the quarter-milers will\ be Elementary: School.On "ORTHo
'\\r BUS i ii-ualK got! one registration will end. lettermen Franklin Bell. !Marvin Friday, March 11, the one can be obtained, by I
-hot lu I try to score. They Tyson and \David Carter. registration will end going to the Bradlord ('auntyilealth n Aunrhn
''Cl.ix I IlIgh' pit two til three.it To he eligible a girl must Franklin, a senior last year To eligible for the leaguea l Department in Starke hN were 211/and
\t'I1II"1"\ .| t to I rIn score ill i I ieldgoal' have reached her 12th birthday ran a 53 2 quarter-mile, while child must ordinarily 10 and applying. I
by September I I. 1978.\ Tyson sophomore ran a 53.2. .\ears of age and not older ORTHOBahla
Turnovers; cupped off I theTonui'toes I bul I must 1 not reach Hi; years J David Carter's times of last than 12 by August I I. 1977. Ml children that live in SAVE MONEY TOO'!
problems. Coach before September I 1. 1977.\ season; are not known. He is a However children nine years LiI\\toy should register thereby
terry McCrilf: called the.. Also birth certilicates or senior. of age who can: pass a special contacting Robert ( Buddy > Weed
.(one "turnover,, cityItuueyer other legal documents are Frankie Crews will\ be the tryout for their age group can Paterson. at the Law ley F.lementary : \ aFeed NOW IS THE TIME TO FEED YOUR
he did;( admit that needed lor proof of age top half-miler (Crews a senior play This tryout will be held School.! A ORTHO '
'turnovers ulone. lid not cost 1 l 1 LAWN & PLANTS BACK TO
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12: TELEGKAPII( February 24, 1977

Losses To Clay High, Lake City DropBHSNetters To 1-4 Mark

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Upon the completion of the Red will be home to face Ronsonet leaning the oppositeway started BHS on its three team of Steve Griffis and David Spong 8-3 for the lone tra facing each other,with the win Chub In a Johnson row for the got Tornadoes the third
number four singles match Union County High at 3:30: the ball was hit and match slide. In this match Chub Johnson drop a 8 6 Tornado win. In the process St.Augustine netter taking the. with an 8-3 triumph in the
Tuesday afternoon at the p.m. scored points off him. Brunner ran the Tornado match to Terry Hunter and Samons upped his individual confrontation easily 80.Pierce's number three singles over
Pi Street courts the Brad- In the number three singlesthe netter from one end of the Pat Martinez record to 31. This match saw shots too many times Julian Priest. The Big Red
foru High netters and Lake BITS 2-Lake City 5 Tornadoes Steve Griffis court to the other trying to return Even though BHS lost the the Big Red ace place hard hit just managed to squeeze out of freshman" gave
City's Columbia High Tigers John Samons started BHS dropped a 8.6 heartbreaker to hard hit smashes. match to the Tigers, Bradford shots. everywhere but near bounds. On other occasions, "super fits with hard hit shotsto
were all knotted up at 2.2, but off in a rough fashion, losing in the Tigers' Terry Hunter. The In the number one doubles High coach Michael Sexton Spong.The St. Augustine High Robbie Pierce had shots Priest the of the court
then the Big Red were stunned the number one singles 8 3 to Lake City netter hit numerous BHS'John Samons and Kenny was pleased. netter was on the run the lobbed over his head,which he corners could Priest return -
with three straight defeats fora Jay Summerall, but the Tornadoes' line- drive shots by Griffis for Rodrique got whipped 8.4 by "We played good overall whole match almost never could return.In Very these rarely shots
disappointing 5.2 loss in a points. Griffis simply could Jay Summerall and Norbie tennis. It was a good match. Tornado Steve Griffis, doubles play BradfordHigh's Tornadoes' Terry
match that lasted three hours. not react fast to Ronsonet in hard number one team of The
Kenny Rodrique enough return a fought We came close We are only playing in the number two and Steve Carver came through in the
came through in the number these shots match.This contest was full of going to get better and bet singles spot, dropped a tough John Samons ,
four singles winningin
The defeat drops BHS to a 1- Chub Johnson tied the team long, drawn out Griffis fought hard but lost 4-8 number
two singles for one of the wins volleys, ter, Sexton said 8-4 contest to Jeff Stanch to lone set 8-2, disposing of
4 record. In other action that helped Bradford High score up at two each with an 8 which were usually won by the start the Big Red on its six to Jeff Stanch and Walter a Devils David Jenner
during the past week, the pull into a team tie after four 6 victory in the number four Tiger duo by catching Samons match losing streak. Griffis Fraday. while the Tornadoes'number the Blue
Indicates this
Tornadoes whipped Clay High BUS 1,SA 6 two doubles team As the score
he defeated Pat
matches singles, as and Rodrique off guard. One was the victim of some vicious
6. 1 and lost to St. Augustineby Rodrique disposed of Norbie Martinez The win upped volley lasted nearly two Winning In only the number smashes and pin point shots.At Chub Johnson and Terry Car never was a close match. Carver
the same count 8-1.1 Ronsonet 8 5 for his first Johnson's personal record to minutes, with Ronsonet and one singles, the Tornado times Jeff Stanch had already ver, got whipped 2-8 by Eddie showed more polish, as he
victory of the season after an impressive 4-1. Johnsonhit Summerall scoring the point netters got soundly beaten 6-1 been awarded points Spencer and Wayne Thierrien.: hit line drive Jenner shots and
Bradford High's next match three losses. Rodrique hustledall the corners for many by hitting the ball between the by St. Augustine High Friday before Steve Griffis could smashes the ball. con-
will take place today over the court and points Tornado netters, who were afternoon on the BHS courts react to his shots. CLAY HIGH, BUS sistently lobbed
(Thursday, (February 24)) at 3 demonstrated a smooth forehand The number five singles close to the net. In the number one singles Kenny Rodrique of BUS lost Robbie Pierce made it five
p.m. at 4-A Gainesville High. and backhand. Many found Terry Carver losing to The final contest saw the Bradford High's John Samons in the number three singles The BHS boy netters reeled straight wins for BUS as he
On Tuesday March 1 1. the Big times Rodrique caught Roger Brunner 8 1, which Big Red's number two doubles smashed the Yellow Jackets' match, 8-3, getting beat by off six straight victories clobbered Clay High's Dran
Wayne Thierrien. Rodrique Thursday afternoon, winningall Gressell 8-3 in one set in the
-_.. -- ,- raced all over the court,but he five singles matches and number five singles.
did not manage to return the number one doubles before Last victory for the Tornadoes -
BHS Cagers Play 4 1 many of Thierrien's shots. the Clay High Blue Devils occurred in the numberone
I Sometimes Kenny Rodrique finally tasted victory in the doubles,with Steve Griffis
got to Thierrien's shot, yet number two doubles, the last and Chub Johnson teaming up
i Friday In District 5 could not get it over the net. match of the day as the Tornadoes to defeat the tough duo of
Other times the shot was took a 6-1 victory on
simply out of his reach. Rod- their home courts. James Ballinger and Steven
S Bradford High's basketball we eliminate the" turnoversand rique almost always was one- Bradford High's John Daigle 8.6 in one set. Griffis'
5 Tornadoes begin District 5 bad shots, Adkinson half step behind Wayne Samons got the Big Red off to and Johnson's pin point placement
5 play (Friday. February 25 at 9 says Thierrien's shots. a smooth start in the numberone of balls proved to be the
p.m. at St. Augustine High, the Tornadoes came closetc St. Augustine High's Walter singles, as he stretchedhis difference in the match. The
: meeting the winner of the a fine record this year. The 4 __ Fraday made it three Tornado individual record to 2-1 Blue Devils' James Ballingerand
: game tonight (Thursday Feb. Big Red lost a total of eight defeats in a row, as he with a single set 8-4 whipping Steven Daigle found
: 24)) between Palatka Central games by 10 points or less. whipped Chub Johnson 8-4 in James Ballinger. John themselves on the run prac-
: and Palatka South. "A few breaks and less the number four singles. With Samons generally placed the tically the whole match. They
Before the BUS game on turnovers could've" given us a t-J hustle and line drive shots ball where James Ballinger did, however, hustle enough to
Friday, Clay High will face St. good record, Coach Adkinson Chub Johnson made Fraday wasn't and too often the Blue stay in contention until the
Augustine High at 7:30: p.m. said. work hard for his victory. Devil netter couldn't get to end.
The two winners will meeton If BUS survives the district However, Fraday collected Samons' volleys.In In the number two doubles,
Saturday. Feb. 26. for the play they will meet the Dis- many points by hitting the the number two singles the team of Julian Preist and
District 5 championship.! trict 6 champ in the regionals. court's right and left rear BHS' Steve Griffis dealt David Jenner kept the Blue
Fighting for the District 6 title 50Participate in Lawtey Elementary Play DayFifty corners. Steven Daigle a 8-5 defeat in Devils from being shut out, as
Despite a 11-13 regular will be Gainesville
Buchholz The final singles match had one set with a vicious fore they recorded an 8-3 win over
Coach season record, Bradford High Gainesville Eastside, Ocala elementary students from Lawtey., Starke and Sou Inside participated in a spredball play BHS' Robbie Pierce and the hand swing and plenty of the Big Red's David Harleyand
Warney feels Vanguard, and Ocala Forest
the Big Red can compete. Coach Adkinson calls this district day at Lawtey' Friday, February 18. Speedball a combination of basketball, football and soccer, Yellow Jackets' Michael Man- hustle. Carlos Hernandez.

"We can win the district if "very strong." was, played by both boys and girls in the double elimination tourney. Lawtey' took (first place, by -
winning 2 games and losing none. Starke took the second spot by winning, 2 games and losing 2

ga Speedball mes. champions of the county from Lawtey, are:
r Front I-r: Bryn Camp, Sherrie Norman, Paula Thornton, Harbie Newport Joan Treveno. srI F 0 1
:Michelle Bright,Sean Robinson, Eddie llerdon. Mike Ball, Sam Norman I'am Brice !
:Middle row: Lex Parrish, Jimmy Orleman Tony hill Nancey Teston, Stuart Pauly, Cliff Hill,
Richard Badillo. Gerald Buillion. Victor :Massey
Back row: Bruce Simmons. Lavah Jenkins Phil Williams Anthony Williams, Sutzaimr nail, 1 sill l ( (
Donna Thorton, Edward Crews, Lisa Howe, Steve Marshall, Dwayne, New some, Miawne., and
:Mitch Williams. FRESH MEDIUM "
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Basketball Tournament rill The Raiders avenged that loss I Grades 1-12
IK- played l at the gymnasium with a smashing \90-4.J victory
in Lake Butler on Friday and last, Friday (
Saturday night in what could Coach Jimmy Thomas announced I St. Johns Day SchoolIn
Ix'a most exciting! tournament after the Tiger JV Stocked
as, the I'nton County Tigers try five concluded its season Over I
to win t the district, championship Friday that he was bringingup
for the thirdfar in a lour members of that team Orange Park
row lo the varsity including: I
Milliard, the ,state's 10th lAMtidrew Prmgle. Herschel __ 4 THE IMPORTANCE OF EACH OF OUR
,ranked I'lass, 2.\ team will Holmes Handy Dukes, and
meet Jacksonville Episcopal: Raymond Webb SALE I II STUDENTS AS AN INDIVIDUAL IS THE
in (the opening game Friday at Saturday night's champion I KEYSTONE OF OUR EDUCATIONAL
"pm The host Tigers will vie ship game will be played "'
with the rugged and taller between Friday night's I PHILOSOPHY.St. Johns is an independent, coeducational -
Hamilton County Trojans winners at 8 p m. I Founded college preparatory school. We
Ironi Jasper" at 11:10:: p m
The Tigers during the regular /... yv 1s 1953 encourage growth through a broad but demanding
season have split games I academic
program with small
with! both Milliard and UC Track "i'1.
:' '
classes low student
and did "- a -faculty ratio and a wide
not play JasperIn
the opening game of the { : I II variety of athletics and extra. curricular ac
season the Tigers came on Has GoodPotential REPOSSESSEO.a': o Iml. tivities.
strong to defeat Episcopal: 7251. :!- :

;home; but Moor lost Hl-71 on the Kagles': ) i .. Bus transportation is available to the school'

The last four meetings I HOMES ...1. ,, 11 j I ''I I, I from Green Cove Springs, Orange Park,

U-tween the, Tigers and I the 1".r".. "z...., Middleburg! and Starke
Ked Flashes have been most Ralph Walker newly appointed --
exciting games with the Union County High Our next TESTING DATES FOR ADMISSION
Tigers getting two-one point School track coach, said that 5 % Down to the 1977-78 -
victories and the teams split- the team has the potential fora academic year will be
ling (wo point wins Last year good season. i iI SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1977; and SATUR. If'
the Ked Flashes, were ranked l DAY, APRIL
second in the state, when the The Tigers will open their Prices Start At $$1800 8-12,14& 24 Wide Homes 16, 1977 for grades 5.12.
learns clashed i in the district !olsonIth a triangular meet Testing for grades 1.4 is given
I on
with an individual -
finals and the Tigers won a Keystone Heights and I
thriller o<>-54. Hawthorne Friday at 3:30: Only At basis by appointment.
Last week the Tigers won anO"l'I.tlme p.m.. on the track at the high Contact the Headmaster
school football stadium. I St. Johns Country 11
spine tangier 52-31 1
and this win knocked the Red Walker lists the best distance Day School, Doctors Lake Drive, Orange Park,
Flashes from 7th to 10th instate runners as James I John Brown'sMobile 1 1I Florida 32073 Telephone ((904)) 264-9572.
rankings' The Tiger win Parrish. Dewayne Dukes, and I
also broke a Milliard 19-game John Timmons. Mark Tim- We admit qualified applicants of any race,
winning streak mons has been lost for the season color, national or ethnic origin to all
Jasper will come into the due to a knee injury. I Home Center rights
district tournament with an privileges, programs and activities of students'at
11-7 log and one of their' fine In the field events Walker I the school.Page .
victories, wn" a stunning 56-55 lists Ronald Thomas and Clint I N. Hwy 21 473-3775 Keystone Hits.
victory over the third ranked Wilson as the best prospects. - -
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Opens Baby Red Cagers BombedBy

With OneHitterLed JI a efMa Forest, Lose 54-51 to UHSby

and clutch by the hitting one-hit of pitching senior ning with Esford getting the Si'r Chris FernslerBCT aH' Roll J-0-4, Millar 0-0-0 out the victory In their final
lone hit of the .,
inning, a big Sports Writer Cummings 1-1-7 Bats 2-0.4 HolII.2-1.
Bill Hemme the of the .
Union season.
County '
double to left field. Five Colter 1-0-1. T..m totalti ll-l-a/
Togers opened the 1977 base walked spiced the inning. __ Trailing only 16-10 early in Ocala Forest- Condry '-2.". Harsh Ben Ross was high scorer
ball season by defeating the Hemme the second quarter, BradfordHigh's man 0-041 RoMrH ).J.,, Whnlir 1-4-10 for the Tornadoes with 22
was three-for-three Floyd' 1-1-11, Orlllln 1.0-3 Dally "0.2.'
Hamilton County Trojans at the Junior varsity basketball markers. Kevin Miller, a
plate and picked a Walker S-l-11 ChaM loTaem totalsi
from Jasper 7.2 on the focal walk In the big inning to up get Tornadoes proceeded to 30.1474. tower of strength on the
baseball diamond in Lake the Tigers started in the big '. '9 get outscored 24-2 by Ocala boards, chipped in 17 points.
Butler last Saturday. inning. Esford had a single 1' ry S Forest High for the period, as VHS 64 -BUS59 The Baby Tornadoes out rebounded -
Hemme stroked a long and double in four times at 5 the Wildcats went on to crush the Baby Tigers 33-
home run in the third inning to Y ryy; the Big Red 76-24 Saturday Coming from behind in the 32.
start the Tigers on their way bat.Hemme hit : night in Ocala. final period of play the! Union ,
gave up one UHS JV '14 16 U II 7 64
to their first victory of the struck out 10, and hit two The loss drops BUS to a final County Tiger junior varsity eMs JV 1\ 17 17 12 1 JUHS
season. batters in getting his first win \ .. season record of 515. In other five defeated the Bradford
The game was played with a of the season. His overall .k action this past week the Tor- High JV 64-59 in overtime last .JV..-,Nicks 0-1-1. rlolmai, 47.10.PriAgls .
-'* Wabo 1-J-lt Highland 1-0-
strong wing and skiesas nadoes lost 54-51 in overtimeto Friday night in Starke.
sunny record in four seasons with the 4.- 4, Duk. J.OTo'.". 14-11 44.
both teams drew numerous Tigers' baseball Is Union County High. The vastly improved Baby eMs JV- Baia 4-l-t, Cummingi 4-1-
walks in the contest. 307.( program BUS 24, OCALA FOREST 76 Tornadoes came to play and ,, HolIIll-l.J.. .Millar.-..'7. ROM '0.2.22.To..I. .
The Tigers got their second Biggs and Sullivan shared After Bradford High scored stayed with the Baby Tigers 15.5.75

run David in the fourth inning when the pitching for the Trojans, their 10th point in the second throughout the second quarterbut The Baby Tigers wound up
"Boog" Powell drew the Tornadoes started to
a now 1-7 on the young season. stanze to cut the Wildcat lead the season with a 20-3 record s
walk, Larry Flemming put Coach Terry Stroemer find the range and narrowedthe while the Tornadoes
from 16-8 to 16-10, the Big Red Baby log
down a neat sacrifice bunt. starting his fourth season at ",;1/1./ ...., \, did not score again until the gap 30-28 at the half. after the game was 514. !
When the throw The led at the
went wild past the helm of the Tigers, said ". .'f-il-" 6:27: mark of the third period.By Tigers 14-11
the first baseman end of the first stanza and the
Powell that his team had .
strong iHfF'' the end of the second
"* <
came around to score. hit ,,, Tornadoes led at the three-
pitching pretty good and ,, 'v. :?,1'0 quarter the Tornadoes trailed
In the fifth inning the Tigers had a fairly good defense. 36-10 and when BHS finally quarter mark 4543. The game
made it 3-0 when Harold Es. Bob Risenhoover of the scored again in the third was tied 57-57 at the end of L71',1i:

ford singled and went all the major league scouting bureauin quarter the score was 40.12 in regulation play
way around to third on a wild Tampa was at the game especially Lawrence Budget! of the Bradford High Tornadoes strains to stay In contention in the heavyweight favor of Ocala Forest. Dwayne Cummings hit on a ,
throw. Powell then walked, looking at !llemme's division during the Big Red's 38.32 loss to arch rival Union County High. In the second quarter the five foot jump shot right at the
and set up the run by going'( performance. Wildcats made the majority of buzzer to tie the game and
down send it into overtime.On .
halfway to second. As
field goals Saturday
pitcher parrel Biggs'( moved they attempted. a bucket by Herschel Even
They hit shots from'
toward him with the ball Es- .[rI1a: everywhere Holmes the Tigers went ahead

cord stole home and Powell Lazenby Only BHS WrestlerTo 't L '?[!'tJ could on not the connect court, while on BHS any 59-57 in the overtime but the Night I

wound up at second on the range of field goals. Playingwell Tornadoes came storming
back as Cummings hit on a
beautifully executed double.
offensively in the second Late
steal. driving layup. Five free
The Win Berth In State i stanza for Ocala Forest High throws, two each by Holmes )s
Trojans got'( two runs MeetFinishing was Paul Daily, who canned Bombers &
and Leandrew and
back in the of the Pringle a
top sixth as' The Bassmasters ,
spent a Hemme hit Handy McCoy to a surprising thirdin "Joe was in total command ville Paxon 42. However, in long windy day on the St. i I f five-foot range; Cedric single charity toss by Anthony Thunder Cars I
lead off the inning Wayne the District 2 tourney just of the match before he got pin the second round Biggs' high Johns River Saturday, Feb. i I Condry as he bucketed six, Hicks, helped the Tigers pull

Sullivan singled up the two weeks ago, the Bradford ned. He just missed one of his school wrestling career came 19. The water temperature i and Scott Walker, who hit 9 Races Every it
middle. Both advanced on a High wrestling team dis moves and Young pinned him to an abrupt halt, as he was will have to warm up about 10 i I three soft baseline jumpersfor
wild pitch. Henry NorrIs then appointed Coach 'red Jornov quickly. It would never happen stung 10-3 by Jacksonville degrees before Micropterus I six points. Now Booking Sat. Night.
grounded out scoring Mccoy last weekend at the Hegion again. You just can't Episcopal's Mike Glenn. salmoides begins its annual The third period saw BHS
When a throw went wild past Two Tournament at Jackson make mistakes in the In the 149 classification spawning. I get whipped again, but not as Bahama CruiseUp Gates Open 4 P.M.
third base Sullivan who hadsingll ville's Englewood High as regionals. The wrestlers are Bradford High's Charlie Julian !McRae and I fished I bad! as in the second stanza. In Time Trails 7 P.M.
d. scored. they finished 13th and placed that good," Coach Jornov Revel won his first round hard every place we thought a I this quarter the Tornadoes got to February SI for
The Tigers wrapped up the only one wrestler, Joe said.Coach match disposing of Ricky black bass would be. The wind game with a big four run in- Ui/.enby. in the state tour. Jornov will now escort Ellis of Gainesville High by an was a big factor, and it was i advantage. 94-1-5261, Joan Forsyth.
nament. Joe Lazenby to the state impressive first period pin, very hard to fish parts of the Bradford Senior Class Gen. Adm. *4

If we make an Bradford High finished at wrestling tournament, which but in the second round river. Scoring by quarlerttBHJ Trip, ISO deposit Child slooUIE3I3I1RG14I
the 13th spot out of 36 schools, begins tomorrow (Friday, Christopher Cummings of At 7 a.m. all Bassmasters i I t 2 S t -24 required.
error on your but Coach Jornov and the six Feb. 25)) Miami-Dade! Jacksonville Forest were all enthused about the deal'j II 14 II IS 76
participating team members Junior College at JO a.m. The eliminated the Big Red day that lay ahead. They were
taxes, we pay expected better Orange Park tourney will continue on Saturday grappler by a pin in the certain that they would find a tEts.. .. .- .. .- .- -- -
the I High won the tournament with Feb. 25, with the opening quarter. cozy spot on Dunns Creek or
penalty. l.r>()) points. Palatka Centralplal'ed wrestlebacks, which enable Last wrestler to bow out forthe the St. Johns River and catch
And the interest." second accumulating wrestlers to qualify for the Tornadoes was Henry the limit.
110 points and the Big Red consolation round beginningat Pete, as he lost in the first At 5 p.m. all Bassmasters : / (;/ NS
finished with 23 points for 13th 10 a.m., the consolations round to Bryan Brown of returned except" one, "Don
place. starting at 7 p.m. and the Jacksonville Bishop Kenny 7- Thompson. He ran out of gas.
I The Tornadoes scored mostof finals at 8 p.m.In 6. However, there was some- All the Bassmasters looked a
their points in the first and the regional's 109-divlsion thing extremely significantabout little haggard and disgustedwith
second rounds. Joe Lazenby BUS' Alan Montgomery this loss. Pete let 7-0 the Micropterus! sal rI: I
scored eight points himself. bowed out in the first round heading into the third period, moides had acted. 1 Table Of Assorted

a., l ItiII....'.. .4 lie contributed those eight losing to Gordon Anderson of but early in the stanza he This is what makes bass
points by finishing second in Lake Weir High on an early sprained his ankle and Brown fishing so great you can'tafford I
Henry W Block the 150-pound: division and did first period pin. started to score points. to give up. A true bass Office SuppliesReduced
That's Reason No. 14. so by drawing a bye in the first The 116 class saw Tornado "Before Pete's injury he fisherman never gives up, because
H&R BWbk doesn t make round beating !Mike Haines of Martin Slocum taste defeat in was in complete command of he remembers the good
many mistakes Our peopleare Jacksonville Terry Parker in the first round too, as he got the match. I'm proud of him days along with the bad days.
trained not to. But if round two .by .a .quick first beaten on -an early Second! though. He gutted it out1 '-.Several .nice 1 bass, were T LII.
we should make an error quarter pin whipping Lugene 'sl'&nza poi to Jacksonville Coach Jornov said. _., landed, W.T. Smith had his ,
that costs you additional Smith of Lake City High 7.2 in Sandalwood's Synder Ed- line busted, so all in all it
tax you pay only the the semi-finals and losing to wards. Although BHS finished at a wasn't a wasted day, just one
additional tax Block pays Mike Young, who wrestlesfor Erie Biggs wrestling in the disappointing 13th, Coach Jor of those typical days on the St.
any penalty and interest Jacksonville Ed White, 136 class for BUS finally nov had good words to say Johns River. Come See.
We stand behind our work in the finals after leading the broke the Tornadoes two about the tourney. "It was one After the weigh-in we found [g
Commander grappler'( 40. match losing streak in the of the best tournaments I've Jody Starling to be the winner,
H&R BLOCK This is the same !Mike Young first round winning over been at yet." The competitionwas Don Brown placed second; When You Need Copies
that Lazenby beat in the finals Michael Wosluski of Jackson. tough, he said. R.F. Bryant landed the
118 N. Walnut 964-8286 of the district 7-1. largest bass. We Are
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- nlt.8 1.11. d Rf1r BUS Golfers May Better Record like to congratulate these [3
three Bassmasters for demonstrating Them To You Fast -

PANELING Bradford High Coach War. averaged 44.0 per match. their skills as true
CENTER4'x8' ney Adkinson said that the Coach Adkinson Is really bass fishermen.At Come See .
I II 1977 version of Big Red golf looking forward to the ex the February meetingthe
I ought to improve on the 9-7 contributions of club voted for all non-
', j, I A record of last season. Richard Gaines, freshman, boaters to get in touch with 11X15 15CEa Sy Xll
/ I The Tornadoes are re who will play in the fourth their tournament partners on
I 1 I II turning three of the top four spot. He averages shooting the Sunday before each

: golfers of last year. A between 37-40 per round. tournament. We hope this will When You Need Office Of
promising freshman, Richard Fifth and sixth players will help solve those problems Supplies Any Type

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SHEETS 1. Richard Gaines we expect to shooting in the mid 40's. Failure to comply with this
I I II do a better job this year," "They are much improved," rule will disqualify persons
: Coach Adkinson says. Coach Adkinson says. from fishing in tournaments. The
/ Returning for BHS are Bradford High's first action Bill Tilley Is in North Office Shop

I I Wade Winkler, junior and will be on Tuesday, !March 8, Florida Regional hospital We
number one player, who last at Suwannee County High in certainly hope that Bill will

year averaged shooting 4.7 Live Oak at 3:30: p.m. On Mon soon return home well, and 1 110 W. Call Starke
per match, improving by 4 93 day, March 14, BHS will have ready to go fishing. "We are
strokes by the end of the its first home match against pulling for you. Bill."

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the number two Tornado on the Starke Golf and Bass wishes l ,
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Thanks to the friends
4 OBITUARIES[ many _
,1 who were so nice to us whenwe

Elvin Doyle thanks for the beautiful REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

et Casey flowers,food and for the many Notice Is hereby given that I I. City of Lawtey Is now receiving FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONFile

kind words of comfort. May Pursuant to Section 866.09 Dolph Reddish, as sheriff of sealed bids for the pur- 7762CPDivision
-w-- Elvin Doyle Casey, 48, of God bless you all. Florida Statutes, notice Is here- Bradford County, Florida, under chase of the following:

S1'. EDWARD'S Starke died in Shands -MC., Larry Jill by given that the undersigned and by virtue of' Writ of 1975 Ford Police Special, 460

CA'tIIOUC ClIlJRCIl GRAHAM BAPTISTRev. Teaching Hospital in Gaines and Mathew Roberts Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner, Execution, to-wit: cubic inch 4-door sedan, with IN RE: ESTATE OF Deceased LAWRENCEW.

.James Starling ville Friday evening, 206 South Water Street, Starke Execution issued out of Circuit new tires and alternator. BATTEN, SR.
Rev Patrick Foley, pastor. February 18. Florida 32091, doing business Court: of Union County, Florida This car can be wen at Mar-

Masses: Monday 6:30: p.m., SUNDAY: Sunday School, Mr. Casey was born May 11, CARD OF THANKS under the firm name of pursuant to a Final Judgement) shall Jordan's home, SR 225E in

Tuesday 8:30: a.rn., Wednes 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 1928 in Polk County Florida Tedious hours during my "FAULKNER'S GULF," High- for Doyle E. Hazen, d/b/a/ Lake The TO ALL PERSONS DEMANDS HAVING
day 6:3o: ( P.m., Thursday 8:30 a.m.; Training Union, 6 p.m.; and was a heavy equipment recent Illness and hospitaliza- way 100 and Magnolia, Butler Farm Center, and against City reserves the right to CLAIMS ABOVE ESTATE
a.m., Sa.turri.ay 7 p.m., Sunday Evening Worship, 7 p.lu. operator and a veteran of the tion were brightened Im- Keystone Heights, Clay County, Don Adams defendant in the refuse any and all bids. AGAINST PERSONS

11 a.m. WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week Korean conflict. measurably by the many Florida 32666, intend to register amount of $23,885 togetherwith Sealed bids will be received AND ALL OTHER

Confessions: Saturday 6:30: Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m. Survivors include his prayers of the pastor and said fictitious name under the costs of collection. through March 4, at the City INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:

p.m. or on request. mother, Mrs. Ethel Casey of congregation of my church, provisions of aforesaid statute. Have seized and have in my Hall, Lawtey. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

Stations of the Cross, Friday Starke, three brothers, and the acts of kindness shownme Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner possession the following des- 2/10 3tchg 224IN the administration of the es-

8 MADISON STREET Delbert Casey of Hampton by Dr. Turner, the Brad- joint owners. cribed personal to-wit: tate of Lawrence W. Batten,

p Religious m Education BAPTIST CHURCH Lake,Beryl Casey of Jackson- ford County Hospital staff, Dated this 17th day of February 2 Barns of baled property hay located THE CIRCUIT COURT ON Sr.,deceased File H 77-62CP, is

Classes: Grades 1 through 6, Rev.Charles R. Swartz ville, and John Casey of Ft. friends, and loved ones. My A.D. 1977 at Starke, approximately 1 mile south of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR pending in the Circuit Court for
hearfelt thanks. CUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD Bradford County, Florida Probate
Sunday 9:30: ( a.m.; Grades 7 Myers; two sisters, Mrs. Florida. Union County line and 3 miles

through 12, Wednesday 7 Weekend Revival, Feb. 18- Desta Dyal of Hampton Lake 2/17 4tpd 3/10 east of State Road 231 at old COUNTY, FLORIDA. Division, the address of
-Billie Watson CASE NO.77-35 CA which Is Bradford County Courthouse -
and Mrs.Judith Berard of
p.m.; Adults, Sunday 7:30: 20.FRIDAY Key Paul Emory place in Bradford
North Avenue
at Temple ,
: begins West.
OF Florida.
p.m. NOTICE INTENTIONTO County, IN RE: The Marriage of Starke Florida. The personal re-
7:30: p.m. with a team from Funeral services were held REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME As the property of the above

S1'.l\URI<'SEPISCOPAL Stetson University. Youth Monday at DeWitt C. Jones named defendant and that on SAMUEL O'NEAL, Husbandand presentative of the estate is

Clll'RCH HAMPTONAREA Helen F. Jones whose address is
fellowship immediately Chapel in Starke with JamesC.
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Monday, the 14th day of March
John 1\1. service at MARY CAMPBELL O'NEAL 1387 St. Thomas Street, Benton
Rev. Flynn following Love minister officiating.
Florida Statutes, notice is here- 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on

Pastorium. Burial was in Santa Fe by that the undersigned said day on the premises as des- Wife.NOTICE Harbor, Michigan 49022. The
Feb. 24 Con Youth to OF ACTION name and address of the per-
Thursday. Saturday: outing Cemetery with DeWitt C.
Bernard F, Huffmgton Bradford cribed above, I will offer for sale
firmation Class 3:30: p.m. Gold Head Branch State Park. Jones Funeral Home in Park, Lot 31, Starke Florida and sell to the highest bidder for TOMARY: CAMPBELL sonal representative's attorneyare
Feb. 27 Holy church 11 Bringa Dolores Meng O'NEAL RESIDENCE UN- set forth below.
Sunday. 1 Meet at a.m.
32091, doing business under the cash in hand, the above des-
Eucharist, 8:30: a.m.; Church sack lunch, service7:30: p.m. phone 468-1915 firm name of "PASTRY SHOP," cribed property of said defen- KNOWN. All persons having claims or

School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Sunday: Sunday School, demands against the estate are
198 East Call, Starke, Bradford dant to satisfy the aforesaid
Prayer, \\ a.m. 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, Florida 32091 intendsto Execution. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an required, WITHIN THREE

Tuesday- March 1: Con- 11 a.m.; Children's Worship, James W. Home, Sr. Women's Council of the County.register said fictitious, name Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff action for dissolution of MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF

firmation Class 3:30 Team from Stetson has been filed and you THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
: p.m. 11 a.m.; ( Hampton Christian Church is under the provisions of aforesaid Bradford County, Florida marriage
Wedneldaylarch! 2: University will have morning are required to servo a copy of THIS NOTICE to file with the
James W. Horne, Sr., 74, of scheduled to meet at 2 p.m. statute.
Covered-Dish Supper, 6:30: service); Church Training, your written defenses if any to clerk of the above court a
Hampton died Thursday, March 2 in the church.Mr. Bernard F. Huffington, 2/17 4thcg 3/10
p.m.; Evening Prayer, 7:15: 6:15: p.m.; Evening Worship, February 17, at his lake owner. it on Petitioner's attorney written statement of any claimor

; Lenten Program, 7:30: 7:30: .m.; Nursery providedfor whose name and address is demand they may have. Each
p.m. residence on Bolt Lake near and Mrs. Joe Kerriganof Dated this 17th day of
all services. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR PAUL D. NEWELL, Post Office claim must be in writing and
p.m. Keystone Heights.Mr. Starke were guests at the February A.D. 1977 at Starke,
Tuesday: Bible Study, 10 Horne was born August meeting of the Hampton Florida. BRADFORD COUNTY Box 654 Keystone Heights must indicate the basis for the

Florida 32656, on or before claim, the name and address of
FIRst ASSEMBLY a.m. 8, 1902 in St. George South Senior Citizens Club held Feb 2/17 4tpd 3/10 FLORIDACIVIL
GOD ACTION March 7th 1977, and file the the creditor or his agent or at-
:MORGAN: IOAI) Carolina and had lived in 18 at the City Hall.
NO riCE OF INTENTION TO CASE NO.7759IN original with the clerk of this torney, and the amount claimed.
"the.. happy church"Hwy. BAPTIST Hampton over 40 years. He Mr. Kerrigan gave Informa-
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME RE: The Marriage of EDWARD court either before service onPatitioner'l If the claim is not yet due the
l6 at Weldon St Sunday Services: Sunday was a retired depot agent for tion gathered at the meetingof
or immediately date when it will become due
WALTON Husband attorney
StarkeSUNDAY School 10 the Seaboard and Sputhern the North Florida Coalitionof
a.m., Morning
SERVICES and Pursuant to Section 865 09 and BETTY LOU WALTON thereafter; otherwisea shall be stated. If the claim is
: Worship and Services for the Railroads operated a Senior Citizens he attended
Wife. will be entered for
Sunday school 10 a.m. Deaf, llam. Training Union, general store in Hampton recently in Kissimmee. This Florida Statutes notice is here- judgment contingent or unliquidated the
NOTICE OF SUIT the relief demanded in the nature of the shall
Morning Worship 11 6:30: p.m., Evening Worship, from 1963 to 1969. Mr. Home concerned bills passed in by given that the undersignedPaul pe- uncertainty
be stated. If the claim secured
is ,
a.m. 7:30:: p.m.11'ednesday. was a member of the Hampton legislature permitting the H. Faulkner 206 South tition.WITNESS

Eve. Worship 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY Services MidWeek Baptist Church. substitution of a lesser expensive Water Street, Starke, Florida, TO: EDWARD WALTON, C/O my hand and seal the security shall be described.
JUANITA WALTON P.O. BOX of this Court this 28th of
on day The claimant shall deliver
under the
: Prayer Service and Suvivors include his widow, prescription drug in 32091, doing business
211, HIGHLAND, GEORGIA January, 1977. sufficient of the claim
Youth Meeting 7pm. Bible Study, 7:30: p.m., Choir Ina Forsyth Home, three cases where quality is not af firm name of "FAULKNER copies to
Bible I study 7 p.m. Practice, 8:15: daughters, Mrs. Barbara fected. He also notified the REALTY," 126 South Water the clerk to enable the clerk to
Harden Bradford YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBY mail one copy to each personal
Pastor Robert Barksdale of Humboldt, members that it is now Street, Starke,
Beulah M
Welcome one and all l New Hope Baptist Church Tenn., Mrs. Betty Murray of possible for various busi- County, Florida 32091, intendsto Action for Dissolution of : MoodyAs representative.
Marriage has been filed againstyou Deputy Clerk All interested in the
Rev. L.W. Mosley St. George, S.C., and Mrs. nesses to advertise sale of register said ficitious name persons
and you are required to 2/3 4tchg 2/24 estate to whom a copy of this
Martha Williams of New Port under the provisions of aforesaid
FIRST CHRISTIAN< Choir Youth Day Program, prescription eyeglasses,
serve a of written de- Notice of Administration has
copy your
CHURCH Sunday Feb. 27. 11 a.m. Richey,Fla.; two sons, James thereby making it possible for statute.
fenses if to it on RICHARDE. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR been mailed required
any are
W. Horne Jr of Pensacola Paul H. Faulkner
Ji!n Love, Minister Evening service being at 3 competition in this field to .
and William M! Horne of Dated this 24th day of
Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45: p.m. Speaker, Rev. Michael save money for customers.
Petitioner whose address is 114 FROM THE DATE OF THE
a.m.; morning service, 10:45: Warren of Jacksonville. Hampton; one step son, Mrs. Kay Carbone of Eliza February, A.D. 1977 at Starke North FLORIDACIVIL
6 m Jerry R. Knight. U.S. Coast beth, N.J. was a guest at the Florida.
a.m.o.lth ;
group p
: : 995, Starke Florida 32091, and CASE NO.7758 NOTICE to file any objectionsthey
Guard Gloucester N.J. 2/24 4tchg 3/17/
,7 choir SMYRNA BAPTIST CHURCH in ; one meeting.
worship ;
evening p.m.
file the the Clerk
original with of may have that challengesthe
brother, William Horne of
8 T.C. Williams
practice, p.m. HAMPTON the above-styled Court on or be- R.O. SIMMONS and WILLIE M. validity of the decedent's
Bible George one sister, SYMPATHYCondolences
Wednesday night: Mrs. Marion Elliott of fore March 21, 1977 otherwise a SIMMONS, his \wife, Plaintiffs will, the qualifications of the
study, 8pm. "On the search for a enjoyable visit with Mr. be
t an Judgment may entered vs- personal representative or the
Charleston, S.C. 12 grand out to the
church ;
? go
and Mrs. Randy Brown and for the relief and LOLLIEK
children and two against you FRANKLIN R. KING venue or jurisdiction of the
great family of James W. Home, Sr.
little Jeremiah at Inverness.Mrs. demanded in the Petition KING his \wife, Defendants. court.
MRSTUMTED Welcome to grandchildren. who died on Feb. 17. Mr.
Smyrna Brown rode with
:METHODIST UIURCH Funeral services were held Horne is remembered by
SUNDAY Church Sunday School, 10 a.m., in the Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh seal of said Court on the 16 day : FRANKLIN R. KING, AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
: 9:45: Sunday Hampton friends for operating a
Worship Service, 11 a.m., many Brannen for a visit with relatives of February 1977. GENERAL DELIVERY MAIN FILED WILL BE FOREVER
School .
; 11 a rn. Morning Baptist Church with Rev store several
grocery years
Worship with nursery pro- B.T.S., 5:45: p.m., Evening Melvin Hamel officiating. and for his work with the Seaboard in Ocala and' Williston on GILBERT S. BROWN. AS POST OFFICE, BALTIMORE, BARRED.

vided Worship, 7 p.m. Burial in Feb. 13. CLERK OF SAID COURTBy MARYLAND 21233 Date of the first publication of
; was Hampton and Southern Railway
All visitors are warmly Cemetery with DeWitt C. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins : Virginia F Darby, Deputy YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat this Notice of Administration:

welcomed. We preach the Jones Funeral Home of Starkein System.CONVALESCENTS enjoyed the visit of their Clerk an action to Foreclose a February 24, 1977.

PINE:; GROVEMETHODIST death, burial and charge. : cousin, Mrs. Iva Pinner, from 2/17 4tchg 3'10 Mortgage on the following pro- Helen F. Jones, As Personal Representative

CIIURCII resurrection of the Lord Jesus Ocala on Feb. 28. r perty Ih Bradford County of the Estate of
Rev. 8"". L.Coleman Christ. Come join us on the Tracy Bruno underwent ,Mrs Evelyn Vaughan had NOTICE OF INTENTION' TO ? Florida: ,Lawrence W. Batten Sr., De.;

Lord's Day. "en enjoyable time on Feb 21 REGISTER FACTITIOUS Lot 1s.. Block 11, TEMPLE'S ceased.
Feb. Miami's
17 at
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., .1 Dollie D. Luciuno surgery Children's Variety Hospital shopping with her daughter. NAMEa ADDITION to Starke accordingto ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL

11 Evelyn Powell in Jacksonville Plat thereof recorded in Deed REPRESENTATIVE
Morning Worship a.m. CARDOFTIUNKS following a serious automobile Pursuant to Section 865.09
Services 7:30 They visited number of Book G, Page 304, public George H. Pierce
Evening : p.m. Florida Statutes notice is here-
Mrs. Dollie D Luciano, 60, accident. Her father, Arthur

Prayer Meeting, Thursday The family of Laurence W. died Friday night in Union Bruno, visited her there. The car lots trade and!hope Their they lunch made in a by given that .the undersignedPaul records of Bradford County, P.O. Drawer! 1030

7:30 p.m. Batten, Sr., wishes to express General Hospital after a brief operation is reported successful good Park also treat. H and Irene L. Faulkner Florida, Starke, Florida 32091
Orange was a 206 Seuth Water Street, Starke, has been filed against you Telephone: 904'964 5701
their deepest and sincere illness. She will be happy to hear Mrs. Wilfrid Fon-
FIRST 4'RESIhYTEItl.tNCHURCH : thanks for all the kindness and Mrs Luciano was born in from her friends c-o Barbara Mr. their Florida 32091 doing business and you are required to serve a 2/24 2tchg 3/3

thoughtfulness that was Bradford County and lived Bruno 8776 S.W. 12th St., Apt. taine and are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. under the firm name of "PLAZA copy of your written defenses, if

Dr.Jjck; (land, minister shown in the recent loss of our most of her life in Bradfordand 201, Miami, Fla. 33174. Tracy son Edward family Fontaine, from Ox- LODGE MOTEL," 2305 North any, to it on RICHARD E.

Sunday. Sunday school, 9:30: beloved father and brother. Union County. She was a recently recovered from back ford Conn. who arrived Feb. Temple Starke Bradford WELTY. Attorney fpr Plaintiffs, COURT OF
whose address is 114 N. Walnut IN THE CIRCUIT
am; morning worship 11. member of the Baptist surgery which required 21 for a visit. Their children County, Florida said fictitious 32091, intend name to Street P.O. Box 995 Starke, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -

a m Church. wearing a cast for eight Matthew, JoAnn, Michael and under register the of aforesaid Florida, 32091, on or before OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
Survivors include monthsHAMPTON. provisions .
choir one
Thursday practice,
j ObituariesBertie Janet, enjoyed the Florida statute. March 21, 1977, and file the BRADFORD COUNTY.
730; p.tn. i daughter, Mrs. Barbara have
sunshine since they seen with the Clerk of this CASE NO.
(Boots) DeMille of Reo Dell : :/ BAPTIST Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner, original
little but snow and ice since Court either before service on IN RE: The Marriage of
Calif. one son, Sammie CHURCHA joint owners. .
AIRP\RKB\PTIST L. Williams Alvarez; of Starke; one sister, before Christmas. Oxford still Dated this 17th day of Plaintiff's Attorney or immediately LEONARD ALEXANDER
had over one foot of snow on thereafter otherwisea CUMMINGS Husband/
CHURCH A.D. 1977 at Starke ;
Mrs. Clarice Woodard of Rai- revival is being conductedat
Rev. o.D. Brooks Mrs. Bertie L. Williams, 76, ford six grandchildren and Hampton Baptist Church the ground when they left Florida 2/17 4tpd 3/10 Default will be entered againstyou Petitioner, and LINDA FAYE
home. for the relief demanded CUMMINGS, Wife/Res'
Orange Street died Monday afternoon in in
four great grandchildren. Feb. 20-25 with Evangelist
Michael Gehron and his THE CIRCUIT COURT
Alachua General Hospitalafter IN the Complaint. pendent
Funeral held Walters and his wife
services were Denny
Sunday School 10 a.m., Wor an extended illness. Tuesday in Raiford Baptist Ellen fiancee, Cherl Cowen, from EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN WITNESS my hand and the NOTICE OF SUIT

ship Service 11 a.m.. Evening Mrs. Williams was born in Church with Rev. Hugh LORI I STONE: Fort Lauderdale were Feb. 17 FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Seal of this Court on February NO PROPERTYTO

overnight guests of Michael'sgrandparents COUNTY 16. 1977GILBERT.
Worship p.m.Wednesday Bradford County and lived FORD
Walters officiating. Burialwas Lori Jean Stone wishes to
Prayer Service most of her life in Tampa be- Mr. and Mrs. CIVIL ACTIONIn S. BROWN AS : LINDA FAYE CUMMINGS,
under thank all who have
in Sapp Cemetery remembered -
Joe Oliver. They were enrouteto CLERK OF THE COURTBy 706 Sugar Street Tifton
7 p.m. fore moving to Gainesville 10 the direction of Archer her with valen-

years ago. She was retired Funeral Home of Lake Butler. tines,cards and letters. Lori is Tallahassee to help Mike'sbrother re: The Marriage of FRANCIS : Virginia F. Darby Deputy Georgia.

from Havana Cigar Companyand Jimmy, celebrate his P. DANIELS, husband and Clerk YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
C""VR'IUPTISTcm.RII a member of the Baptist undergoing tests for therapyin 22nd birthday. They plan to BARBARA F. DANIELS wife 2/17 4tchg 3/10 an action for Dissolution of

: Church. Bertha L. Sasse preparation surgery. stop by for another visit on Matrimony has been filedagainst ,
Black She with her
Jim pastorSlJY misses being
Survivors include a son their way home. CASE No. you and you are requiredto
and friends and be
Bertha L. of family may Kevin Meng and David NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO serve a copy of your written I
: James N. Oliver of Tampa; Miss Sasse 79, addressed at Shriners
: Sunday School. one sister, Mrs. Swinton Starke died in Shands Griffis spent the weekend in NOTICE OF SUIT TAKE BIOS 0 defenses if any to it on J.J.
2100 N. Pleasant-
9: 45 a.rn Morning Worship, Hospital
; Beach where JR.. Attorney for
Daytona they WOLBERT
Crosby of Worthington Teaching Hospital in Gaines NO PROPERTYTO
Ham. Evening Worship. 7 burg Drive, Greenville, S.C. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
; Springs one brother Mills! ville Saturday, February 19. enjoyed the Daytona 500 stock Petitioner, whose address is 142
m Feb. 27 Come hear the 29609 Her parents, Mr. and that
the of
p Kelley of Lake City; four Miss Sasse was born car races. It must really be : FRANCIS P. DANIELS City Hampton, Vtest Call Street P.O. Box 1086.
Mrs. D B. Stone visited her
Rev. Don Denton speak on down there because Florida, will accept sealed bids ;
warmer Starke Florida 32091, and file
grandchildren and two great February 6, 1898 in Florida
drugs and the effect it has the weekend of Feb. 11. She is
for the collection of
on grandchildren. and was a retired salesladyfor they acquired a sun tan in just YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat garbage and the original with the Clerk of the
the family. occupying a room with seven trash. The Contract awarded will
Funeral services were held a department store and two days! an action for dissolution of \ above-styled Court on or before
;) other children of them
WEtN: xsDApra er two be for the 1
> term April 1977
Archer Funeral the Tim McLaugnlin from March 21, 1977 otherwise a
Wednesday in belonged to Baptist from Fla. Her marriage has been filed againstyou
Meeting 7:30: p.m. grandmother, through September 30, 1977i .
Home Chapel with Rev. Paul Church. Mrs. Thelma Stone from Miami visited Beverly Mengon Francis P Daniels and you judgment may be entered

Graham officiating. Burial Survivors are a cousin, Mrs. Holley, N.C., returned home Feb. 20. and required to serve a copy of i The Contract will provide the against you for the relief demanded I

.'lItSTPTIST was in Crosby Lake Cemetery Lorraine Knowles of Hahira, after a visit with her familynear your written defenses, if any ton following conditions: in the Petition.
LUNCIIIEiU! : Garbage must be picked up WITNESS hand and the
CIIIKCHSunday. in Starke under the directionof Ga. on the plaintiff attorney, my

February 27: Archer Funeral Home of Funeral services were held Hampton. Feb.28. :Mar. 4 whose name and address 'is, once per week on the day set by seal of said Court on this 15th

Sunday School \1.-15 a.m. Lake Butler. Tuesday in the DeWitt C. CONGRATULATIONSMr : MONDAY H.mbor..r on bun DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq., P.O. the Sanitation Committee' and day of February, 1977. E'

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Jones Chapel with Rev. JackG. lr.ntn frlM llttuci. pickl Iruif Drawer 1030 Starke Florida, the successful bidder. In case of GILBERT S. BROWN. AS

Church Training 6:15: pm. Charlie F. Miles Hand officating. Burial was and Mrs. Wayne Craw mallow mill 32091, and file the original with rain, the garbage will be pickedup CLERK OF SAID COURTBY
TUESOAYSI.W mar m tn d the next working day.
Evening Worship Church in Kingsley Lake Cemetery. ford are proud parents of a pot to... turnip |r.tni, epltuuci, the clerk of the above style court 2. -sBeulah Moody ,

Bible Drill 7:30: p m. Charlie F. :Miles, 83, died baby boy, Wayne Douglas, corntorvatf milk on or before March 9, 1977: Only garbage in plastic garbage Deputy Clerk

Thursday in Ormond Beach who arrived at Shands WEONESOAY"I.b.n pet p'O.' otherwise a judgement may be bags will be picked up. All 2/174tchg 310PUBLIC
Monday Feb. 28: Girl's En- \n'
semble 6:40: p m.. Youth Choir !Memorial Hospital after an Molly M. Varnes Teaching Hospital on Feb. 11, .wUt p.... IWH' p tato pon. rollt entered against you for the relief, containers must be set in the io!
driveway or some other
7pmTuesdav. extended illness. weighing 5 IDS 14 oz and milk.THURSDAY- Cnil. "ot..I.ln demanded in the complaint or convenient NOTICE J

March 1 : Junior Mr Miles was born in Mrs. Molly M. Varnes, 66, measuring 19 inches Mr. and salad cracktrt co"..coko.peck halt, petition. place near the roadway.

Choir 3:30 Jackson. Alabama and livedin died Wednesday morning.. Mrs. Ted Curtis are maternal milk WITNESS my hand and the 3. Trash (limbs old tires, Bradford(0(
: p.m. FRIDAY- Spicod Dam tandwlcnmacaroni leaves, etc.) will be picked up The School Board of
WednesddYtarch: 2: the Lake Butler community February 16. in Bradford grandparents and."..., "',.wbor" mortcako. seal of said Court on February 1, Starke, Florida. will
once per \week as arranged by County
Family Night 6:15: for the past 30 years where he County Hospital after a brief milk 1977
Supper the successful bidder and the hold a Public Hearing on Pro-
School owned and operated Miles illness. GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerkof
pm., Sunday Rules the
Sanitation Committee. All limbs posed Temporary on
H.\'s. G.A.'s, Grocery and Produce. He was Mrs. Varnes was born In PERSONALS:/ SCHOOL:NEWS the Circuit Court
and conditions of employ-
cut to a maximum of four feet in terms
Ac teens World Friends and married to the late Gertie Bradford County and lived BY: Beulah M. Moody As
t, of Instructional personnel
all trash
length must be ment
Mission Friends 6:45: Browning Miles and a most of her life there. She wasa Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Teachers and students are Deputy Clerk placedby
p.m.; the side of the road. within the Bradford County
member of the Liberty Hill member of New River Melton were hosts at their
Hour of Power" 7:30: pm.; happy the ComprehensiveTests 4. If the job is not done satis- School System March 7, 1977,
Baptist Church. Methodist home for 39 who 2/3 4tchg 2/24
Congregational guests
Adult Choir 8-15: p m. of Basic Schools have factorily, the Sanitation at J p.m., in the School Board
Survivors include three Church. to send good wishesto
Thursday March 3: Visita gathered completed at Hampton
been NOTICE OF INTENTION Committee will warn the successful Room of the County School Ad-

tion 9:30: a.rn. and 7pm. daughters Mrs. Faye Bennettof Survivors include two their son, Buckie, who left Elementary These tests are REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME bidder in writing. If not mnistrativa Offices, 582 North
Holly Hill Mrs. Margaret daughters, Mrs. Viola Crewsof Feb. 21 to serve with the
Saturday, March 5: Bus given to ail students to deter- corrected promptly the Con Temple, Starke, Florida.
McCollum and Mrs. Mary Ann Lawtey, Mrs. Geraldme Armored Division of the U.S.
Visitation 8:30 individual in
Ministry : a.m.
mine progress Pursuant to Section 865.09 tract will be considered Copies of these proposed
Bennett both of Ormond Griffis of Raiford two sons, Army in Fort J Knox Kentucky -
Spelling, English, Math, Florida Statutes, notice is here- breached, and the next bidder in Rules and Conditions may be
Beach; one son Carl Fuller of Carlton Varnes of Starke and Refreshments were
(.R\CK: BAPTIST CIIURCHIlighsay Science and Reading Comprehension by given that the undersigned line will be notified obtained from the Superin
Fresno. Calif, three brothers, Calvin Varnes of Raiford one served to the relatives and
; to other
as compared Lawrence Thelma The tendent's Office North
\ I00\ South and 5. City reserves the rightto on
Willie Miles of Zephyrhills brother Frank Moore of friends during the day.
Jerry I n. :Milton ; schools in the'stateand nation. Dor rough. Route 2, Box 124-8, reject any and all bids. Temple Avenue, Starke Florida.
Jay Miles and Frank Miles Tampa, three sisters, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Danny Nor-
Pastor Mrs Kathryn Wigglesworthwishes Starke Florida 32091, doing Bids must be turned into the This is in compliance with
both of Higdon Ala. three Betsy Gainey of Lake Butler, man recently moved to
9&J- 6i4J: ; to thank Mrs. Henry business under the firm name of City Clerk by 7:30 P.M, March Florida Statutes Chapter 73-
sisters, Mrs. Alma Tinker of Mrs Vergie Crews of Mac- Gaston S.C. where Danny is
and !Mrs "
Williams Evelyn "DORO-CRAFTS. on SR 100 8, 1977. All bids must be sealed 310 as enacted by the 1974 J
Tuscon, Arizona Mrs. Nellie clenny and Mrs. Foye Belle employed. Both Norman .
Sl': I\, "'; Bible School 10 Bauldree for heldping with the near 21 B, Starke, Bradford and will be opened at the regular Florida Legislature.
Johnson and Mrs. Myrtle Smith of Kentucky 14 grand- families will miss them.
am. Morning Worship 11 ; fourth grade testing. County, Florida 32091, intend to City Council Meeting March 8, Thomas L. Casey. Jr.
a moo Training Union 6:30: McDonald both of Bryant, children and 11 great grandchildren Don Fort is recovering froma Other parents who volun- register said fictitious name 1977. Superintendent of Schools

Ala. and 10 grandchildren. recent illness.
pm. Evening Worship 7:30: ; teered their services duringthe under the provisions of aforesaid MARY LEE ALLEN, City Clerk February 9, 1977
Funeral services were held Funeral services were held Mrs.T.F. Brown is enjoyingthe testing were: 2/24
program statute. 2/24 2tchg 3/3 2/172tchg
pm.WEDNESDAY; Bible Monday in the Chapel of Friday in New River Congregational visit of her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Cathy Williams, Mrs. Lawrence and Thelma

: Study Archer Funeral Home of Lake Methodist Church Kay Carbone, who arrived Bobbie Murner, Mrs Elaine i
and Adult Dorrough, joint owners.Dated .
Prayer 7 p.m.,
Choir 8 Butler with Rev. RaymondBaer with Brother Johnny Yar- from Elizabeth. N.J. via Smith and Mrs. Carolyn this 17th day of

p m. officiating. Burial was In brough officating Burial Eastern Airlines Feb. 19 for Joyner. Their patience and February. A.D. 1977 at Starke. "One dog barks at tomtthir\ : the rest bark at him." j

Church Dyal Cemetery l in BradfordCounty followed in Mt. Zion Cemetery an extended visit. They accompanied assistance during the week Florida Chinese Proverb

"A Where under the direction of under the direction of Archer Mr. and Mrs. was appreciated by the 2/17 4tpd 3/10

Every body is Somebody"f Archer Funeral Home. Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Emory Brown on Feb. 20 for teachers.

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Elementary disc. 1e 7''I eriuillrgar, RV 1

fifth Mrs.grade Patrick's class fourth had and an ? : !:; REALTY 1

assignment on feeling words. 4 L

of her students Michelle )
One ;, NW PM ?0l ii 40 .. 6
Kimutis would like to share gOPEPI .
GAL e14.y.Dslsr ,- .
her feelings, 55 C_17_Nm_ O0_ (mec,) -- -- .
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when / hear tJI YNOttN6Yl fl' Dj_ T
happy NP117
feel ,
/ f "''pion LOP,.'..... .tr Cecelia Terwllleyar :
the word fun. because I .00 : m:HUH '1': G"l'''''.
like to have fun. "'RqLCT PREFERRED PROPERTIESDoll
feel hurt when I hear rt t

the word cut because a CLASSIFIED AD RATES CARPENTRY WORK House with 3 bedrooms at 796 West Pratt.

cut hurts very much. FORSALE MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI AUTOMOBILES USED painting and repaira. Have Owner transferred. .t I
Me I'm in trouble Deadline for MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS
I feel Insertion reference Phone 9644084 :
when I hear the word Tuesday Noon preceding! ut' STARKE 2/24 n/ hg Swimming pool fi'-P-;';;: custom-built. luxurious o

yell/ because I always Thursday before ANONY. Your authorised Suzuki! 1972 FORD VAN Viwith > home. complete In every detail.

get yelled at when I'm publlt'a tinn. NICE HOUSEHOLD MOUS Successful livingfor dealer. Phone 9644020.1640( air condition. Body VACUUM CLEANER REPAIR ::1

In trouble. ITEMS phi bird cages, people who want .. S. Walnut |301 South In rough but engine la strong aU make all Small cozy 2 BR, l' b 'iii-b'icck: ; home on large, :

I feel good when I hearIhll Minimum Charge $2.00 two hug gowns, guitar, STOP drinking. and STAY Starke| tfn/chg_______ runs good; $1,300. See 135 at model Starke Sawing beautiful on Call Street Back portion of lot could 1.1 1
hobby Item, artificial stopped. Meeting Thuraday Bradlord Telegraph C.ater.2U East Call Street. be sold separately maintained as a garden.
(Covers q f
word playground IS Words)
and Sunday 8 Phone FOR SALE West Call Street, phone 964-
flower Phone 4311428. p.m. HOMES Phone 9648312. 2/24 ----- !
because when we go out Each: word over II 964-5709 or 964-5434. 114 6305. TF/chg q
ltpd2/24/ __ _ TF/Chg _ Luxurious custom-built and custom decorated brick
playground we 10 cents Christian
the Street
on l/1312tpd 1969 PARK WOOD MOBILE CERTIFIED SPANISH home on spacious waterfront property, with all the .
have lots 0fun.ifeetacared 14 Foot STUMPKNOCKER 3/31 HOME 2 BR excellent FORD PICK-UP 4 wheel TEACHER will tutor in amenities. '

I when I hear the All Classified Ads mUM be boat and trailer and 6 condition. Phono 964-7044. drive. 1967 completely re home. 6hour. Phone __ I'
paid for In advance? unless II.P. motor. $450. Alan 5 1/27 TF/Chg built new paint, 2000. ;
word whispering because residential, commercial 468-2419 between. 6 and 7. Live in a pecan grove on 10 acres in 3 BR block .
have established H.P. tiller used 10 hour Phone 9644691. 2/17
you an In 4tpd
when It's dark and spookyyou account with good condition. 175. Phone Industrial. Phone 431-1200 MOBILE ,HOME older 3/10 2/242tnd3/3_ ___ home. ___ .,i
whisper.I the Raiford. 2/3 4tpd 2/24 ..model excellent condition. 'i J4
Telegraph. In that event 50 964-5516.. : : 1 tpd.1EL- Bert offer. Phono 9644420. OLDS DELTA 88 1971 EXPERT CARPENTRY ATTENTION HANDYMEN: Invest and restore one

I get scared when I hear cents extra (charge for 2/24 2tebL3 A/C. automatic trana- WORK Remodeling. of Starke's finest old homes and be the envy of those "

the word fight. because billing. Not responsible for FANS eighteen 24." and WILL PAY up la $50 cash mission power ateerlng and repair, lire place contructlon with less imagination! 'T 3 i

when you fight you might errors when given over the used ......tlo.. good condition. for old car. Thornton's Sal NEW HOME 3 BR. 2 br.k... radio and heater. and additions.Phone :...___
.. Phone 964-6243. I f.tOn'c 473-3622 day or night S
,ethurt. and I get scared phone or when upy Is not Phone 9644254. Clyde n. bath carpet air/heat Newly painted excellent for estimate. 2/17 41 pd 1.75 acres which could be either/ commercial or ,

when I get hurt. typed and brought to the Bradley.. ...1.'..f.d8.3S' 2/24 ,_ corner lot, by school Key condition private party, 3/10 residential, with liveable 2-story home with CH-A. I-
$.,500. See at 633 MaeMahon __ n
omc NEED HOMEIMPROVEMENTS ton*. Phone W.W. Cox at -- --------- -----
P.T.O. Function: Friday COACHMAN (near BHS). Phone
473-4931. 2/17 MOBILE HOME MOVINGAim :
TRAILER like Protect your family Be a proud homeowner .
evening. Feb. 25. the P.T.O. is 964-6279. Itchg 2/24 mobile home hurricane )
FOR RENTOLD $450O. Phone 964-6691. 2174tpd310 Green Acres with a nearly new home.
sponsoring an arts and crafts / fireplaceav remodeled MOBILE HOME with shady anchoring and mobile q

display and supper at 5:30: kitchen, bathe, addition!", lot and .lake access. Like MUSTANG 1968 289 home roof ..0.Unlllin'\: ---- I)

p.m. and a talent show at 7 BUSINESS building and garages. or enclosed new. Fnrniahed. with V/8. 3 speed new tire. dependable. Mobile Home Service. Phone MID-30's : Downtown, brick home with CH A, 3 BR (4
FARM large 4 BR Phone 964-8075. 964-5606. Highway lull\V. 2 full baths all rooms are large. '
p.m. in the school cafeteria.We home Inventory antique, furniture carport, call Marcus Griffia, washer and dryer. Locatedin )
bam need 2/24 Starke. tl/thg ----
473-210H. / Sunrise Park close to Itpd
are expecting a terrific niacellnneoua. Locatedon _.
work. 45 acre, 125/montb town Keystone Height ------ We are always in the market for homes undei
talent show with both studentsand .. I I. also 380 301. Priced to sell. PhoneGainesvlllo CERAMICS ,
; acre, aome greenware
$11,800.1 will finance. Phone 1974 MAVERICK 2 door in
3788473. 2/17 $25,000 good repair.
teachers and aides per. fenced l25/month. Jo.Oll..r. paInts, firing. Highway 301 Ralph Bryan
473-3151 or Gainesville 376. deluxe 6 cylinder ..utom.U.trall.mlo.loa. .
2/24 -----
formming. Please join us for Shady Oak Park. 2thcg north. 2 1/2 mile from 5995. 224CONCRETE .
Itpd A/C
FOK SALE Diamond powerate.ring We handle properties we never advertise. Come in
301 South Slarke. Phone 964-6918.
an evening of entertainment Hampton -. first Real EstateNEW
radio and heater
and relaxation whit. and blue mobile home. needle for any stereo, over 2/17 2tpd 2124 |_ BLOCK HOME and talk to us. II we don't have it, we'Ilfinditt!
nice $ .875. Loan value
217 different ', have 3 BR, 2 bath '... car,
Itpd 2/21 ones we *"" LISTINGSNice -
Congratulations to Gary ---- ---- SARAH COVENTRY JEWELRY $1,700. Phone 7823576.
ff them all. labmer'alIsicount. perch utility room covered Cecelia; T. Terwillegar

Carter and Bobby Williams HOME 3 BR. CH/A. carpeted 1 ....!FchgSWIMMING .._._ Sale opportunity. p.tlo.11I very good condition, Itpd 2/24_ 3 BR, heat and air. In m 206 West Madison Avenue
who represented our school in Call Erma John,964-5483 or S30.000-ueeotiable. Phone Hampton. Priced to sell at
storsgt house, on POOL SAC. 3724444. 1971 CAMARO A/C P/S. Starke, Florida
the County Special Olympics large, lot. Phone 964-5827. Annette Beadle 964 J546. Itpd_2/24 $13,500.
IIIUKleading manufacturer 12/2 P/B. $1,700. Phone 4733775.
Competition recently at the 2/24 TFchgADORABLE - OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
BUS tracks Gary won first __ and distributor has leftover deluxe PUPPIES 3 BR HOME by .owner Itchg 2/24 Acreage", Lake. Genevaarea. HOME PHONE 964-5145

Softball throw aluminum pool. big tree, nice lot. Phone Mobile llomei or
place in the and FURNISHED: A. 1/2 free to good home. Phone .
from 1976 ,
964-6991. 2/24 .... Owner financed.
50 yard dash and Bobby won PARTMENT 3 large price, guaranteed Installation 782-3576. Itpd 2/24 rough 375. Phone
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first place in his agegroup 50 room. Private entrance, and terma. Phone AVON CALLING To buyor 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 4.L Itchg 2/24

yard dash and second place in ga*. light snd water furnished collect |904| 384-5156. sell Avon call 755-2807 or acre with 2 rental. mobile' STILL AVAILABLE Bradford Home Owners,

the standing long jump. The : Suitable for one or "IJKChgJjf20COl't:!::! _ write Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box home all for 35000. 1971 MAVERICK 6 cylinder -

boys will now compete in the two persons. Reaaonable. 220, Lake City, Florida. Some owner financing. radio new rear tires I acre mobile home lot.
Inquire 603 East II AND CHAIR SALE Trouble Before It Starts
HashingtonJStarke after 4 Prevent
Phone 964 253.
district competition. 2/24 $169.95 up Dahmer'aDinrount. 'I FchgALL 1! _ ._ p.m. and shocks: 3 speed $995. High and dry. S2.50O.
... !!/l'hS 2/3 TF/Chg "lit
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On Phone 4962222. .tea.loa1t7.
Speedball IMayday: 2/3 TFChgMOTOR TYPES KEYS _
made feet ol
at 1.320
21 acre -
Feb. Gary Grable
, Friday. 18, Starke MOBILE HOME 2 BR. ---- Olin Mobile Home 50 rent 3 BEDROOM BRICK HOME day Sunday. a.m. 4p.m. good high land on paved Tank

Elementary and Southside A/C In country. 90month. ( HOME 1972 each Highway 100 Starke 2 bath. CH & A/C acre Itchg 2/24 road oak and pine*. Septic $ IIAOO

Elementary students traveledto Phone..964-5261.--.! !!J-4! Open Read Chevy chassis, phone. 964-5606.:...TF/chg_ lot. I mile from St....., 138300 owner financing.
Lawtey Elementary who 22 feet long good condition Highway' 230 E Carpet; cue- 1973 CHEVY NOVAmoving - Pump Outs TI

hosted a speedball playday.The MOBILE HOME 12X60. 22.000 mile. Phone 96-16071 1200/Weekly. stuffing envelope torn drapes appliance, must aell. Fun -to 3 BR block house, built to

games were coeducational i. in country 2 BR, one ehlld.aD. or 964-7839. TFchgGERMAN already Stampedand FHA npproved.. 29500. drive. $1300. 1973 FORD FHA standards, 2 acre*. .

with both boys pet. Phone 9648498.Itpd SHEPHERD .addreed.Send elf-addreed Free supplies -, I'hoD.9IIHI930. 2/3 TF/Chg CUSTOM 500. Comfortable 24400. Bradford

and girls participating !. 2nUpLtX/!:!_ PUPPIES $10/each. tamped envelope tot Dlveridbled family e.r. 1400. Both for 12x65 -mobile- -home- Immaculate

together.( Lawtey Elementarytook Phone 964-7678.ItIKI_ 2/24 1206 Camden Drive. 4 YEAR OLD BRICK $3,000. Phone 9645836 or
central heat and
first place by winning twoW101l'S : unfurnished. 2 Richmond Virginia 23229. HOME 3 BR. 2 bath car see. at 616 Plnewood Drive. air washer and dryer on Septic Tank Service
carpet range utility CH/A. 4 Starke.. 2/24
MOVING everything pet room. Itpd
and losing Starke 2/24 2tpd lot.
none. high dry ore acre
and refrigerator. No pets, moat Furniture, : mile north of Starke off 301.
appliance -
Elementary; took second place 1165m.Dth..II.bl.. .*, lawn mower Dearborn SAW SHOP Complete 29000. Phone 964-6915. 2/3 1966 FORD 6 cylinder 16.700.Sampson. ta\\\\ 964-8121 ;

winning 2 games and losingtwo March 1. Phone 964.7574._ heaters, welder, sharpening ......I.e.elreul.r. TF/Chg Mustang engine complete, -Lake-. -- High,

!games and Southside 2/17Itrhg_ ..__ __ clothe,etc. Phone 9648750. hand carbide, --- --- good condition low gas wooded lot. Doubt
look third place by losing two OLIVS: !SIBIIIVIS1ON Itch5_2/2. chalnmower blade hollow SOUTHERN: PINE .4 BR. mueag*. $100 firm. Phone that dry therell be another for .--------- l lWtIIDriUinzj1

games.!( Chaperones for the 1/2 acre lots, 130 per month ground and balanced., Leaveat I 1/2 bath, on 1/2 block la 964-6942 Nathan Shan $5,000. MOBILE HOME

trip were Vickie McKinneyand water and sewage furnished 1974 CHEVROLET TRUCK Jackson Building Supply, Lake Butler 2,661 aquara non. Itpd 2/24 - I

Roger Chilson P.E. lor information call Mark Craftaman shaper and Starke or Keystone Heights. feet 14U.000. Phone Ray I to 137 acre. all SR 101) ,

teachers from Starke Olin OUn'a Mobile' Home jointer bar atoola, clothing TF/Ch. I--- Powell.496-2261 or 496-3861. south from l,10U/acre. PARKliwidrCitylJmitii 2. thru 6".i0Fast ,

Momentary: Aid Jim Lewis Sale, Highway KXI' West, metal cot. Phone 964-6888. DO YOU NEED Septic / 2h1! 3/3 Owner financing. ( Rotary I

I*E, teacher from Southsid Starke. No pete please. Itpd 224U'mI'M _ tank pumping. Installing or NEARLY NEW DUPLEX T - It'll*In Hnnlfiml.S/ii.r.
Phone 98I-56IW. 1/13 5 to 220 north of
drain line? Reaaonable acres Drilling Equipment I'
WINDOWS 65' X 28' brick central
Starke Elementary students ,\ : It (.tr lJotieie, '
from )
Wring on the trip (selected on TiChgMOTEL. Single hung and awning. 36 Phone 431-1202 after 2:30: airc.rpetrange and refrigerator I OEORGE ROBERTS Lawtey financing.1,300acre.Owner STATE LICENSED I ;
/8 $8.5(1/ ( 30 27 r .2 located 639 .: :
athletic ability and goodcitlzenahip ROOMS AND EFFICIENCIES : x : x .: pp.r.oa RIO: Per. MonthAll
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Ml-50 18 52 15.51() 46 Street. Lot 93' X 185' J UUIHIKE.IM. I"
; x ; 1'itv f anvenitMWsrare
) were Craig Sapp. : clean. and Beautiful restricted buildIng -
x 52 27.00; M \:NYOIIIKR HELP WANTED $32,500.phone 9647574. 2/3 I HH linn ,1'iJice lYutertmn. r rI
Jeff Taylor Grant Williams quiet. $25/week monthly SI/.KS.: BARGAIN' : TFChgLOSTAND f se North Temple' A... lots near Country Club (ity (MM,\\atrr and !Sewer Pumps
; ( rates available. StarliteMotel sARKnFLORIO* from 15.500. Ownerfinancing.
Gary Carter Emmett Watkins _
I.Ml'K.:: : 301 South tlnchgM "" I
Lori Highway 301, 3 miles Motel
north of "Starke." 2/10 2lchg OH I GAGE: NOTE FOR FOUND - New UsedISalosPartsService
Muse Beth I
Francis Kathy part-time telephone survey ,
2/17 SM.K valued. at $5,000 HE: HAVE OTHERS! 964-8810
Diggs, Ethel Bass. Queenie work. Not a selling job. "
Berry. John Higgs Diana FUR IlKM:: 12 foot wide with return of $7,500. phone Give phone number. Must LOST In the vicinity of SR Need house. All *sizes :

Crawford Lynn Doss mobile home outside city 915606. TF/Chg have private line. M.III.U.r 218 swaB brown and black ahapea. age*. condition!

r'ranone Long !Mike Waters limit I'hnne Dlilttlll I I I or ----- including education work mixed chihuahua, ha. brown 3BR. LR. DR. Lg. Family and location. Buyer I E-Z TermsPlumbing

47J-1777. '1 lrhghilt \: SPIED: EQUIPMENT: FOR experienceand name of re- ipot over each eye. Ha a Rood. Fireplace. on 20acrea waiting\:!
Thomas Stitt Bill Arnold. SALE: 10 percent above ferencea to Arbltron, Field flea collar bat no tag. Will with barn, Graham - -
ItKM: r 411 fill) Block
x I
Harold Skeen Ellis: Hchbcrg coal. Olin'a Mobile Home Operation. 4320 Ammen- newer to the name of G u..
lluikling U' ( riling. Ideal area. torm. CALL RALPH BRIAN
Gene Brown Sandra Boone for bunineaa.Starke Service Highway 100W.Sl. dale Road., Belleville. Maryland Phone collect Tarver. |19041| - H."It"r
Sandra ":Earle Vicki Barton, moot anv .'.... Phone 964-S606. 20705. An affIrmativeaction 355-4743 or 764-0047.
area. HUH per month. Country. Hub Estate 2 H6 878.. anytime I New Installation
II IChgt.t''iS M/F 2/17 REWARD. Itchg' 2/24 IB
\: employer
Kathleen Gillingham, Sue Ann _
Thibedeaux. Phone till! I 5lilMi. I r /t'hl* u_____ 3tpd 33REGISTERED_ lots very reanonable.. ArtPalrayICt'Kistrrril
: FOR SALE 22'n.25V :! - fi.A,1, (fl' Remodeling
APARTMENT:: 1 BR, WANTEDRESIDENTIAL Three bedrooms, 2 baths. 73-2039
and 38'a Hold at Deb
LUNCH MENU nicely furnished. Sufficient NURSES brick large. living room Repairs
February 7* MarCII4MONDAYS lor one person or couple. mera...Discount. 1 /eh[__ Northeast Florida State SITE for family room apacloua kitchen :

G... light snd water fur rOK SAlE: Mobile Home Hospital Maeclenny, patio/porch area on
C..u'.r. ca ba9 distributor
Florida. R.N. I, II, or III swimming pool. Leading DurrancelruMPs
,... nished. 615 :North Water I'arln and .. back.Connerly.
slaw. leaner peach halt. mil'* .ppU..OLtN'S monthly aalary R01-I1056, want a nice backyard
TUESDAY. Baal law with oravy.mohsd Street... .. JChg! ___ MOBILE: HOME' SALES: 1977 - -
potatoes, black...,.d peas. highway 100 W eat, Iark.. 1841-41114. 192941241 Includes t* display new Estates SR 16. 2 .. ... ., ... & SUPPLY
night shift difference.Salary model of above ground pool. IkAF.
apis .save. rail,, milk.WIDNEIOAVi Turkay. with noodlal MOBILE: HOME I BR phoneJMi l-5.: 0'!!.:1JJtV !>e;_ baaed on training and top consideration given. for ...1. from town beautiful HI'III
brick home 3IIH. 211. LR COMPANY
....,,,... peas, candied .,.m.. ,.110. n 101m oath. middle'aged w \ !' ()" iioist: .OKVAl'l experience. State career prime. location. Phone collect Lg. family room andkitchen l-Xt.itp: liioki-r I
,.. .... milk' coupleonly. Jo-Lu Court and brand aervlce beneflta. Contact 398-5874 days or
paanut buffer Cook corn"' I MS Many |904 | central air & heat.Paved .
864 N Temple Avt
THURSDAY wIt" ...nl with ham Mobile Home Park south on ol new vacuum*. lined Nursing |\90"1| 259-6211 extension evenings. IE! TFChgWA'iIEl "I
.. .. drive.
carrot and raism salad' buttarad rica Highway 301. _n'/('hll__ machine available. Expert: 101 An equal opportunity lilt\>INi( ION. I Starke ,
I e_..&. CSk.. bitcuif. milk reusira all make. Part andacctasorlew employer. 2/17 : : ) tl..d re'1rlgiratortw&ahm -* -- (*ni*>ile I I II
RIDAVi Chill with beans gardanelad. FOR SALE ( ;- and SVw;"blk. home"In town: r.s. :lliiII.Iullllsi. !SaliSvrvlre, !
cata. for all vacuuma.llulltin 2tchgJ/24_ condition. C.IIlohm.r' I 964.7061 I
uptida dawn stave In good L
plnaappta ,1HK 2B. I.It. CII&Vlarge .
fill.I'nI' <> I'ufilCan
central l-la. > _
....... sticks milk.Story vacuum Diacount, 964792,1. _____ j
cleaning .)....m.. KM :NW SMALLTOWN HOSPITALwith : garage, quiet area lukrn I InfHiUInc ....11 n> OIU.VM.KIIIIM.S :
LIFETIME: : MOTOR HOME 10th Avenue, Gainesville.I'Iene ; 25 beds needs RN' and ._ IrchgLillian _ corner kit. I'hone lIiM.t1.;::1 \ 7nnnJKflNW.1.1 .< I ; ? lluv a KuliidexCard

1974. A/C. P/S. P/B. 3767110. Ir/chg LPN' for 3-11 p.m..d 11-7 -.- :!I : :.T7H.5HII' tile. Model 2112 lit.511

awning generator, $7,500. p.m. shift. Need one 7-3 p.m. 2 htory frame hou e in lfnchg illfl -? ? ca".:"\n.u: at I he Office( "Shop phone

Time Set Phone. ...172-3775.. Itchg!! -2/24 -- medical aura*. WIO pay 10 town one of the older one 'It, ;I 761
percent above baae pay for with plenty of living area. .
At 3-11 p.m. and 11-7 p.m.
Library must sacrifice Singer Future ahifta. Phone collect" 496. C. Pearson Several commercial on
Preventive Roof Maintenance
sewing machine top of the : POOLS I Deluxe 2323. Leave number lor R. 301. ITHOAAASREALTY

Bradford County Public II... like new. Balance $283or above ground aluminum Byara, Director of Nurses Real Estate - -

Library will have pre school $12/month. Original 600. and steel pool. |3hrepoaneeiied 2/2litchg 4/7_ 3 hIll. I bath block Roof Leaks &

story time Tuesday at 10 a.m. Phone---9M.70M.----Itpel-"-2/'l"- by bank will Seat frame 2 BR home in .onnlruction. Lit Family 621 North Walnut !'ott.Stuk. Reroofing Repairs
aacrdice.aaving. of $2,000 or .toom. in town..
March 1. RADIO DISPATCHER town. Central air. $15,500. .. Florida 32091
I. A monster movie. "Blood ofthe CISTOM .DRAPERIES. more. Phone collect |90439N5103 |- male er female. Apply City - -p.t7.r' landreasonably 961-6162\ 7-Day 24-Hour Emergency Service
tt acrea *
Vampire." will be shown l'pltoLST.RISGSD: day or ....alal.. of Starke Police Depart'ment 2 BR aluminum aiding priced just oft (formerly ,\.J.Thom.. COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL

at the Library on Monday. WALL ('CI\ tRt\GS: : our 1/13 Tl'lchg _ Thursday, Friday,. home with separate garage SR 16, :N.W. of town. Real Estate: |
I 3:13. admission workmanship la guaranteed Monday, Tuesday Wedaes.day I. country. 7 percentrtgsgt.
28 at : DO BABYSITTINGIn - -
) February in writing! Our decorators WILL between 8 ..... and 4 > 15000. frame Hampton Lake, 90'"90' Free EstimatesBonded
is free. but phone quality my home, 5 d.). a Wry large
come too. 2/24 fenced lot north shore, 120'dock
p-- house lot in town
Interiors Orange Park 269- week, any age 645 North 8.7 acre 15500. on corner with mobile home. Insured
2219 Green Cove Spring Hslnut Street. 1/13. TF/Chg 3BR,2 b.th.II&'\ large
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2m26l.2/24TF/Ch_ :!!|_ Fldriland Realty 10 acrea'lactag'; SR 230 and g rage.. frame house on one
FOR SALE:: File bo ee. __ HOME): REPAIRS A'ay Uioa Road. $22.000. - Lovely Bob Crocker Phone 684.4629

If guide. and e.rd..i| SLIDE-IN: CAMPER: ISleet. type remodeling: roofa. new 393 North Temple 15-20 acre tract high landon acre, State _Road, 100-A. i L.C. Connell Phone 84-424

Everything: you need lor A/C and heater bathroom additlooa, concrete work orpainting. Building 45'X55' en lot 36 JS acTe,301 N. $58,500. paved road Grahamarea. i Interlachen FL 32048
home large
sleeps ... Free eatlmataa. Terma. !Nearly new
appliance IOO-X65'
fixing Sling aystem. All lor an 100 A just - with central
11/18 living room
Worth n.II"-n 200. asking phone behind - -
isle at The Office Shop. Itpd shopping center.Terms LAWTEY homealtesI. beat and air on 15 acrea.Lawtey 2.lo3tchg 224LLL
900. Phone 964-745O. .___ 5 acres SR U5E. 17,500. 1-36 acre
- - - Starke. area. _
2/24 ___ Small ; th'ho.... ; mile :VV> ol -
: ..___ acreage Commercial building, next - .
Driveway Pipe and without houses laceuatry. t* barbershop. 15000. Franc -hou.e- -in -town. 2 Two 100' lot on Crosby ": (! .]I (!-L-,

House Cleaning BOOTS Terms.ho bedroom.! LR. Kit., R. Lake. Financing available.ISO' GasOilMi1 I II
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Wholesale Prices - -
SpecialAny 2 and 3 BR houses In clt,. ) .er;;. $12,500. \ ery reasonable. lot on 301 South. In I

AT - 20 acres. 2 MH hook-ups, - city limits some I anting. LLLLtLttI. ( :
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Nine Opens Friday At EastsideBradford Netters Beat St. Augustine 5-2,

Edged 4-3 By Clay HighWith
Gainesville High and Lake
High Coach Mike Playing shortstop for the phasized to his squad they'll ley says overall, the Big Red High and tough opponentslike
said that the base- will be be does have good team speed. City
Harley 1977 Tornadoes sophomore need to cut these in half to Jacksonville
anxious for the Bishop of the does off to a smooth start, netters proceeded to drop both
ball Tornadoes "will be in Dinky Kilby who hit .250 in successful. "We are three wins out
field to get underway Kenny, St. Augustine High, five singles matches,' the winning 8-1 over St. AugustineHigh's doubles matches and lost a
every game they play in. 1976. In center Jeffrey Coach Hartley also said, season and
Last year BUS compiled a Johnson Is scheduled to start "I'm an aggressive coach so Coach Hartley said. Keystone Heights Clay Bradford High lady ,netters ace. The Big Red heartbreaker 4-3 to Clay Highon
last This season BHS will be High. went on to whip St. Augustine netter hustled all over the the Big Red courts.
10-11 record. Johnson, a sophomore, BHS will hit, run and steal.
The Big Red will open the year hit .272 at the plate. We'll put pressure on the de- tested in an 18 game schedule, "If you really like good, exciting to- High 5-2 Friday afternoon at court and demonstrated pin Melba Howard, BUS coach,
season tomorrow (Friday, Sophomore Mike Kitchenswill fensive team by being which Coach Hartley calls the baseball you ought the Starke Golf and Country point placement of her fore- was disappointed with the
out and see BHS play, hand Tornado doubles teams.
come and backhand
Feb. 25)) at Gainesville East- start at first base for the aggressive, causing them to toughest in school history. It Club courts. shots.The
side at 1 I'30: () p.tn. On tuesday: Big Red, bringing with )him a make mistakes." Coach Hart features two 4-A schools, in Coach Hartley said. The win moved the BUS re- wins ups Plerce's personal re- "We (in BHS doubles) weren'taggressive ,"
March 1, the Tornadoes will 150 1976 batting average. cord to3-l. Earlier in the week cordto 3-1. Mrs.
play their first home game as Playing second base will be Lose First UIIS Tennis MatchUnion the Tornadoes lost a tight 4-3,, Pam Tucker got the second Howard said.
Girls Win number
In the
they meet a strong Clay High Doug Reddish, but Gene Tiger Boys match to Clay High. straight victory for the Big Bradford
squad at 4 p.m. Tanner will hit in his place as Today (Thursday, Feb. 24) Red in the number. two singlesby High's Lynn Pierce
the designated hitter. County High Girls'Tennis Summary of.Boys' Matches DOUBLESCrewsLucas the Big Red will face Gaines an 8-2 score. and Mary Ormsbee lost a tight
Coach Hartley will feature a Left field will be manned by team won their first include: (M) defeated ville High at 3 p.m. on the Pur- The number four singlessaw 8-9 match, while the number
doubles found
Vaughn-Thomas (U) 8-4. two Donna
three-man pitching staff. match of the Hurricane courts. On
senior Jimmy Prevatt, who season over ple the Tornadoes fight back,
Senior Richard Mall, 3-4 last last hit .246. In right field Macclenny 7-0 and the boys Other doubles matches can- Tuesday, March 1 BUS will Samons and Pam Tucker of
year James Kirkland (CM) de because of darkness. with Donna Samons claiming: the Red
celled Big dropping a 4-6
with 2.65 earned
a run with
year Kevin Tillman will dropped their first match with tangle Union County
sophomore but in the
an triumph
fated Tommy Riherd (tU) 80. Both the Tiger boys and verdict.
Jeff Jockel and .
in in contest at
average; Macclenny 6-0 matches High a : m.
play. number five BHS'Cathy
Jackson Prevatt. Jockel, Allen Kilgo (M) defeatedR.J. girls tennis teams traveled to Golf singles
plenty of action and played in Lake Butler last the Starke and Country
Futch lost 28. Tornadoes built
The their
senior, will play third base eventually startingwill Thursday. Vaughn (U) 83. Gainesville Wednesday to Club courts. up
possibly Kevin Crews (M) defeated Oak Hall as this early 3-2 lead due to victoriesin
when not pitching He did not of play paper
be Kenny Aycox, senior, Summary Girls' singles In the doubles competition
number with
the one singles
Mark Thomas (U) 84.
went to
pitch last but at the plate include press.Tuesday
year 5. ST 2
an outfielder, who last season play : Bradford High's Pam Tucker
Warren Lucas (CM) defeat H March 1, Union Lynn Pierce destroying her
he hit 200. Prevatt, also a defeated
hit for a .310 average. Charlie Lisa Mooneyham (U) and Lynn Pierce teamed ,
up 8-3 the number
(U), 8rl opponent : two
Britton and Bradford
senior had a 4-1 record on themound Julie Rowe Dioniso High High boys
will (CM) 8-1.
Revel, a senior, also playin playing on the number one
In the number with Pam Tucker
with an impressive Karen Holmes (CU) defeated David Lewis (M) defeated and girls tennis teams will one singles singles
the outfield. Sophomore team, and battled for an 8-6
Russell Bessho (U) 8-1. meet at 3:30 in Starke. Lynn Pierce got the Torna- humiliating the Blue DeviJ'ssecond
1 1.63 earned run average. Gina Gatlin M : p.m.
( ) 9-7.
Chuck Colbert, is scheduled to win. The Bid Red duo demonstrated best netter 8.2 and the
When not on the mound see action as an infielder, out- Diane Johnson (CU) defeated an Immense amount of number five singles, as Cathy
Prevatt will play catcher. fielder or pitcher. He'll)) just be Renee Johnson (CM) 82. S determination. At one point in
Lower Fuel Adjustment Charge o]Hight By FPL Futch squeaked by 98.
Last year he hut 355. an all-around utility man. Anita Griffis (U) defeated the match Pam Tucker and
Other members of the Tor- Christina Miles (M) 82. Lynn Pierce were on the short
Florida Power & Light in the contribution of ment decrease comes despitean Coach Howard was pleased
nado Mark Mosely, Elizabeth Puffenbarger (CU) end of but
team are a 2-6 score they
: today is seeking economical nuclear to 18 percent increase in with all three players, especially -
Company power
sophomore first baseman; defeated Pamela Jones (M) 8- managed to come back to take
-/Q 1W yoqr Mike Jackson, freshman 3. Public Service Commission FPL's system generation average residential customer the 8-6 victory. Cathy Futch, "be
approval to lower the March during January, the month usage in January over cause she has been playing
shortstop Marcus Crews, a The Tornadoes number two
Carp tlng sophomore; third baseman; DOUBLES fuel adjustment charge by 56 used to calculate the March December.If doubles team, Mary Ormsbeeand tennis" only a couple of mon
cents 1,000 kilowatt hours
Pat Mondorf, out- per adjustment. Donna Samons also
won 8-
fielder, and sophomore Bill Lundy, a Mooneyham-Griffis (CU) defeated from $2.78 this month to With three nuclear the PSC approves the decrease 6. Taking away losses for BHS
outfielder.Last Gatlin-Rowe ((51)) 3-1; $222 next month. It Is the generating units in service, FPL's !March resi- in the singles competitionwere
,. '. sophomore BHS made 80 match called on account of second consecutive reduction nuclear energy provided 23.5'percent dential bill for 1,000 kilowatt Mary Ormsbee playing ,
and season struck out 167 darkness. request. of FPL's total energy hours will be $36.53, excluding BUS 3,CLAY 4 in the number three spot,
KEN TEAL s's times.errors Coach Hartley em- Holmes-Puffenbarger (CU) requirements in January, an taxes. Without nuclear gener- dropping a 4-8 match and
defeated Johnson-Miles (M) 4- increase over the 17.6 percent ation, bills for the same After holding a 3-2 lead after Janice Jockel, who got
1, match called on account. of The decreased adjustmentis provided in December.The electrical usage would be the singles play Thursday afternoon crushed 2-8, in the number
: l Girl RunnersTo darkness. due primarily to an increase proposed fuel adjust. 4096. the lady Tornado four singles.

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A recent nationwide Couch SaysCoach T G. y Store Hours
study by an independent &
research organization Jerry McGriff feels 1\111I\ 1\111\
showed that the total use
cost of in the 1977 Bradford High girls
carpet com
mercial buildings is 40 track" squad "will be a good Mon Wed 9-8 ThurSat 9-9 ;

percent less than non- one.
carpeted floors. In other The Tornadoes first action
words carpet costs less will be on Saturday March 5, tIff family centers
when all factors are considered in their own Bradford Relays. Sunday 12-6
Bradford High is letter
a total of 15 girls that '
Three factors
were considered
in this study t. last season. mruillm mm0 m ru
How much it costs to install One of the returners is
2. How long it will Fayonne Hawkins who runs USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-A-WAY
last. 3. What will it cost to in the 100 yard dash. Last 301 S. SCOENTE Starke,. Fla
maintain. Some 400,000 season she ran this event in
square feet of carpeted 12.4
Griffith will be back,
floor space in com Cindy
mercial buildings were too. She runs the 110 yard
studied in the test and hurdles, recording a time of JEWELRY
compared to noncarpeted 9.5 in 1976.
floor coverings. In the 220 and 440 yard dash
the Tornadoes will run Laura
Floor coverings cannotbe Chase, while in the 880 run .
judged by initial cost Cindy Griffith will see heavy

alone.maintenance Length costs of life must and action The mile again.run will find Linda 200 Count 9 Oz. c 2 PRICE y
also be considered. Cut 33c 7
Richardson coming back for 41
your costs with carpet.See another season. Her best timeof 2 Ply 51 Count

us today the 1976 season was 5:55.6.Coach : .
Huge Selection To Choose I r
TealTileCarpet McGriff's high
jumper will be Merri Orms-
: bee. with the long jumping 8 Pak '
event going to Betty Jean


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