Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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41th Issue Thursday March 3, 1977 CopyCommercial

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Starke commercial customers in their April billing will see

,4 theeffect of the higher rates voted unanimously by the city
: council at a special session Feb. 23.

Citizens In an attempt to bring $25,000 more a month into the city
L At Odds utility system council members approved a 4 cents per Kilowatt i

hour (KWH) over 1,500 KWH! up from the current rate of 2.5

All-A Honor Roll students from Bradford Middle School for The five are the only BMS students out of the entire cents per KWH.

the third six weeks are left to right'(front) Tina Best Laura enrollment of 735 to earn perfect report cards "
"If they want touse the stuff, they will have to pay for it, said
Oehler, (back) Sherra Mott, Dennis Chesser and Diane Blzler.J :On What They mayor-commissioner Charles Schaefer. Commissioners agreedthe

commercial customer could pass the added cost on to their
customers and could better absorb a rate Increase than a

5 Earn Straight-S's At BMSLess residential customer.

The increase is expected to cent of the total power
Ask From Gov't.'Local affect about 130 customers out generated. Biggest usersof

than one percent of the Clarmont Bizier of Starke, Chambers, Karen Joanne dree, Charlene Mary Beam, the 436 commercial users affected will be the school
students at Bradford Middle seventh grade. Chitty, Donna Mischell Johnny Bernard. Boswell, or The top 23 customers system, Winn Dixie, 'Piggly
School named to the A- Dennie Michael Chesser demons Rebecca Rebecca Leigh Cooper, Diane 66 of the
were Lynn citizens and tax "was fouling up" currently use percent Wiggly, Holiday Inn and the
Honor Roll for the third six seventh grade the son of Willis Cooney, James Scot Craft, Marie Culbert, Catherine sentatives from local repre- funding property schools equally. commercial power and 20 perBradford County Hospital.
weeks grading period. Chesser of Salt Springs and Constance Marie Davis, Davis, June Eileen Griffis, government -
Five students out of 735 received Mrs. Charlene Chesser of Teresa Ann Harley, Tammy Karen Annette Holtz, Charles were on hand Tuesday to Commissioners said the
I all A's. In the first six Starke. Renee Hersey, Hope Michaela Franklin Healan, Joseph present contradiction to the Casey also made the delega- large users were the ones they f i
legislative about tion aware of federal legisla- Winter
weeks seven were on the all-A Sherra Dean Mott, an Jackson, Jeffery Clay Law- Michael Herres, Carol LucileUiidreth delegation wanted to encourage to conserve -
tion that advocates
the need for state takeover
Honor Roll. None made it the eighth grader, daughter of son, Lori Ann Lawson, Jonathan David vices government ser- of the schools if power and a cutback I
second grading period. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mottof Camilla Fay Livingston, Mary Johnson, Ronald Percy Jones, any would allow them to pay the
Senators Kenneth "Buddv"McKay school fails to
Kingsley Lake. Catherine Martin, Terri Lynn Vickie Lorraine Kersey, system comply 'amount paid at the 2.5 per '
and Sherrill "Pete"Skinner with the hindi Coldest
Those named educating (
were: Seventh grader Laura Massey, Terrie Lynn Donna Gall Marsh, Melissa and i KWH. :

Tina Marie Best, seventh Alexander Oehler, daughter of Mathews, Regina Lynn Mc- Ann Mayo, Gregory Frank Williams representativeFrank aboutan icapped.Arthur Gaskins Also approved was a I,
grade daughter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Oehlerof Intosh, Lois Lynette Moore, Mowry, Luana Layne Mun- spent representing minimum charge for com-
hour and half with several ,
Mrs. Verl Best of Starke. Starke. Suzanne Newport, Randy dorff Queen Elizabeth Myers a t an .. poultry producers Since mercial customers using less

Diane Yvonne Bizier, The A-B Honor Roll con- Caesar Parado, Pamela Vickie Genelle Nicula, rq .a4 : ,w "_ -- than 100KWH., The chargewill
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tained the names of 28 seventh Diane Pratt, Tina Renee Rat- Deborah Lynn Parmenter, be $3 rather than the cur-

graders and 29 eighth graders.. liff, Daryl Lee Thornton, Gre- Regina Renae Rasnick, rent $1.50. A commercial cus-
gory Charles Thornton, Lynn William Ernest Elizabeth 1700'sJanuary' tomer will pay $9.50 for the

; UJ7e ltUJn ("ritr Seventh graders on the A-B Marie Wallace and Edward Elaine Slade, Traci w s first 100 KWH. rather than
. Honor Roll were: Wilbur Arthur Winkler. Smith, David Wayne Sparks 4 .$6.50. The 45 percent surcharge -
Drew Andrews, Vickie Lynn Angela Hope Starling Robert S SNr1w 1977 was the cold- will remain the same "

t Carver, Lourdes Maria Cas- A-B Honor Roll for the eight Michael Teston, and..Deborah. .. t est January on record in the for all .customers. From 100KW'tf
f M +FThursday !t.' l.orraine.Mlcbelle\ <'.. grade were -Tammy Gll Ball .Joyce, 'Tha:pe.a98OAcreTract '>.. '** w Rasl/sml: ; Midwest and , it winter of 1976- 7;starting in 'will be 4.3 cents up from the

December has been declaredthe present 4 cents per KWH.
most frigid since colonial

days, according to the U.S. Commissioners discussed
Sells Department of Commerce.For whether the new rates would

J the 48 contiguous states, generate enough revenue (to
the report said, the average make up the four months lost
jy temperature was 39 degrees during the first of the year and
: compared to the previous low put what is needed into the

of 40.4 in 1918. The estimatewas system to keep it out of the red

Here For $660,600 4* based on a series of this year. Last year the utility

March 3 weather records, some datin system costs exceeded by
$247.000) the amount of revenue -
.. gback to 1718.
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Bradford County has record J.W Duncan to Alfred J. $858,497, and November Locally, the Camp Blanding It generated. Commissioners
and bond
Advisory Meeting Superintendent of schools Tom weather station reported 45 utility
land sales for the month of December and wife. The $483,699. Casey buttonholes Senator
Title I I. J:15p.m.: property Pete Skinner and days (ISO percent) of 32degreeor trustees said the city would
all other Prices of transactions are Representative fo'rank'lIIlanu about school
topping is south of the junction of State
Stark need to add $300.000 to the
Elem.nt.ryLlbruy months of 1976 with $1,701,999.The roads 18 and 227. figured from documentary tax funding during the legislative hearing Tuesday in the court below temperatures duringthe annual revenue of the system.
largest sale was for stamps affixed to deeds filedin house. three-month period..

$660,600 for 980 acres ($674 an In 1976 Bradford County had the office of the county audience of about 25 in the in attendance told the dele- December through February, Commissioners praised city
Friday March 4 acre) located in sections 1, 2, continuing increases for eight clerk. county commission room gation there was a "dire making it the coldest since clerk Merrill Edwards for the

11 and 12 of Township 6S, months with four months over December transactionswere covering several facets of need" for legislation to help records have been kept there. 49 page report that his office

Church Women United Range 22 E, which is situated the $1 million mark. A recapof : Inez A. Green, Lloyd A. state.. government. the small poultry producer. Snow fell in this area on worked up showing what the
World of Prayer east of US 301, north of SR-16 monthly figures for 1976 Green, Judith C. Cunninghamand Gaskins said when the state Tuesday, Jan. 18, and remained new rates would have broughtinto

First Methodist Church and south of Lawtey sold by are: January $355,614, her husband to J. Ollie Local businessman Merritt writes an energy program input on the ground until noon the the city for the.month of

Covered Dish II a.m. the Green family to indi- February $413,264, March Edmunds, and Mary Ann Soud Williams brought to the dele- is needed from the poultry following day.January January if the new rates had
viduals from Deland. $647,398, April $836,000, May all of section 1, T 6 S, R 22 E gation a petition with 400 industry. While the country is was the coldest been in effect.
Saturday March IHvadstart The second largest sale for $944,875, June $921,807, July and east half of Sect. 2, T 6 S, signatures gathered in a week asked to maintain 70 degreesthe month of the winter, with a

200 acres for $140,000 was sold $1,105,797, August $1,494,855, asking that authority to have chicken producers are mean low of 30 degrees, mean The largest business con
i (See Page S) property values deter- asked to maintain 90 degrees high of 56, and mean temperature -
by Mary W. Wynn and Free September $1,564,490, October sumer in Starke the Winn
mination be returned to the in the first week and 80 of 43. February was next Dixie store, would have paid
counties. with a mean low of 35, mean
Rummageand degrees for the second and $2.326
more for the 107.800
Bake Sale third week. Gaskins said these high of 65, and mean of 50.December's .
KWH used. Costs to other
Ordinance Due The petition was promptedby mean low was 37,
Dog Up temperatures are "not neededto
Piggly Wiggly grocery stores would have
Property Appraiser Jimmy chicken." mean high, 62; and mean, 49.
grow a been $1.706 to
Parking Lot Alvarez not receiving satis- The average mean for the Piggly Wiggly
'a.m. faction about recent for 79.31)KWH()\) and $810 to
Depart- A for
request some speedy three-month period was 47
ment of Revenue (DOR) action by P.T. Nolin about degrees.As Food Fair. Other large usersas !

Sunday, March 6 For criticisms of Bradford and 59 drainage on US-301 gave a preview to the three McDonald's would have
Monday AdoptionAn other counties about assess- McKay a chance for a story coldest months, Novemberwas paid an extra $841, Holiday

Girl Scouts Reunion ment values not in line with about a similar need the dele- also unusually cold with Inn $1.499. Bradford County

Woman's Club state law."You're. gation heard about in Jasperon six mornings of 32 or below, Hospital $912 if the new rates
ordinance relating to the County Health Department in fine not to exceed $500 or by outlinedtwo had been in effect in January.The .
Monday, McKay and mean of 55.
2Sp.m.Mondav control of dog bites or dogs the discharge of the duties will imprisonment in the county preaching to the alternatives to "either The a temperature said the worst

March 7 suspected of having rabies be guilty of a misdemeanorand jail for 60 days, or by both fine converted," said Skinner, explaining build a bridge over the town or conditions report have been in the raise in rates has
will be up for discussion at the punishment may be by and imprisonment. the DOR is suppose to caused
jack up the city. Nolin said Midwest, where the average one company to postpone
March 7 meeting of the Brad- "aid and assist, not use a existed of its
has for
ford the problem January temperature was 11.3 expansion facility
Bradford County County Commission. hammer. some time and wondered what degrees, and along the East until it sees what effect the
CommissionCourthouse Council Declines Move told the audience the
Beginning as discussion at Mckay was taking so long for action Coast where it was 25.1 new rates will have. Robert
the January monthly meeting DOR is actually the governorand by the Department of Trans degrees.The Schneider, director of manu-
':30a.m.Bradlord the cabinet and the
the board authorized the proposed portation. East Coast average facturing for Cadillac Manu
ordinance to be advertised To was to "ride herd" and temperature surpassed the facturing Co., a clothing fac-
Delay City commissioner
BuildingStarke all County
see that were
record low tory, said the has
and set for action In previous January company
taxed But the this George Roberts said they had
County equally. job
March. of 25.3 degrees in 1857 and tried to conserve all along, but
School Board city council mem- the zoning in effect now it was year was done in a "slip shod been in contract with DOT and compared to the 26.3 degrees the machines have got to keep
7p.m. The four-page proposed ordinance bers declined to act on a zoned commercial. way, said McKay. the problem was money, measured in an "admittedlymore running. Schneider said the

designates the Brad- motion for a moratorium on' George Pierce, city at- about$400,000. Roberts said, if limited way in 1718." rate increase, around $1,000 a
ford Health advised the council the McKay made the point when it became necessary to work month would "increase
Elks A Elkettes County Depart- building construction along torney, Extension of data available cost
Starke Lodge 1802Dlnn.r ment as the agency to imple- the major arteries of the cityat permit as issued was legal and taxes are used for funding with the drainage on SR-100 from the older eastern and for producing in this area con-
ment the ordinance if a dog its regular meeting in compliance with the schools there are inequities in they would have to deal with midwestern weather stations siderably," and while they

7 has bitten a person or is suspected Tuesday night.A present zoning for the city. school systems in various the railroad, and he doubted if indicates that January 1977 had been contemplating expansion -
'p.m. be infected parts of the state and em- anyone in the audience would would "hold
to with The only possibility to stop was the coldest since they up"
rabies. The owner of the dog motion made by Harold construction might be some phasized that same point in live long enough to deal with Europeans set foot in the new for the time being. .
Lawtey Council
7:30 will be responsible for any Epps, requiring administrative type of court action by a groupof answering superintendent of that bureaucracy. world. The record cold is attributed
p.m. costs, fees, or expenses .for commercial on permits for area citizens to protest the schools Tom Casey about Former state representative to a shift in air Another consumer, the
buildings State
of funds
Tuesday, March those services rendered. Roads 16, 230 and 100 to be store. inequality per pupil. Gene Shaw gave the currents that send masses of Bradford County School

screened by planning board The land use plan is not far Casey, calling the funding audience something to clap arctic air sweeping> to Eastern system, has no way of passing
The dog, according to the members until a land said Pierce, unfair," told the about when he advocated a states. the new rates on to the con-
use "grossly
Spaghetti Supper and proposed ordinance, may be plan but something is needed in the
for the city is adopted, died for delegation Bradford County return to local services rather sumer and will have to absorbthe
Fashion ShowWoman's confined to a site selected by transition between land use services that increase. On 30 meters the
student than state
the lack of a second. Prior to received $137 per less Brooker CouncilThree
Club th Iwner of the dog which is the motion several board and the old zoning. than the average county in the require a raise in taxes.'Folks school board would have paid
Supper 7 approved by the Health Department ,
over$4,000 more for utilities in
members said state. Casey said with the
they had received new council memberswill
Show'p.m.Brook.r or placed in the can't stand another
calls cost of living factor Bradford be January if the rate Increasehad
phone inducted into office
protestinga Car at
facilities of a licensed RecoveredThe hard times Is
penny, upon us, been in effect. Superintendent -
convenience schools were only receiving 94 Brooker
store taht is City Council's
Council Veterinarian for a period of said Shaw. He urged the dele of schools,Tom
Starke Police student. Casey
presently under constructionon Depart- percent or $693 per meeting this Tuesday, March
7p.m. not less than 10 days. A dog not to taxes but
gation raise said that much increase will
Madison Street. ment reported that Casey said one third of Brad
investigators 8, at 7:30:
released until the p.m.
will be line. He
-- not to hold the people make a difference and he
recovered a stolen 1973 ford school teachers' live elsewhere Zoltan Jacobs, C.J. Stal-
Hampton Council owner can show satisfactory The store will be that were concerned with planned to set into motion
located Dodge
was taken from an than in the county, be- skill naker and Steve Nipper will
that the dog received this
and in
7:30p.m. proof rabies vaccination and directly across the street from employee of Hardees while cause housing is not available. jobs area assume their posts with Mrs. some economy tactics, so that
the two home of the auto labor jobs were needed.. everyone would become
story Jim was unwatched. Eva Clark, who will replace
GJtjr (Sontmunlly that all impounding fees and Ritch the former L.A. Davis McKay In r energy conscious. Casey said,
been Linda Robinson as city clerk.:
vaccination fees have bebetter In other discussion Skinner
if could back
they cut
home. Investigators said that two perhaps it would if Mrs. Robinson announcedthat enough
tatr Dank paid. Zoning board chairman, Al juveniles,ages 14 and 17, were the state took over schools suggested to a representativefrom Brooker Council they would be able to maintain

The proposed ordinance also Crosby, present at the charged with stealing the auto with full state funding, as the the Farm Bureau to meetings will take place on what they had been paying.

Ac_T."..N..._'.I.wrN_, U.. provides that whoever obstructs -. meeting said he had alsoreceived Feb. 28 while its owner, Mrs. junior colleges are operated, come to up with a county pro- the second Tuesday of each But without conservation the

?_>l D,_lt Imuraiw C.r,. opposes. or resists any calls about this par- Richard L. Carter, was but leave the schools with posal bondinrequirementsfor month,rather than the second budget would have to be ad-
employee of the Bradford ticular Item and according: to working in Hardees. local control. McKay said the agricultural markets. Monday justed next.year.
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F p 2A TELEGRAI'II March 3. 1977

BHS Netters Win 5-2 Over Union Tigers: Lose To Gainesville High;


By Chris Kernsler week the Tornadoes lost to BHS' John Samons pushed his Vaughn 8-0. Rodrique demon two match, 8-0. Thomas had a Chub Johnson earned the Steve Griffis at the net more number one doubles team of
BCT Sports Writer Gainesville High 6-1. personal record to 4-3 with a strated a strong serve, which difficult time getting any kindof Big !Red's only win by disposing often. John Samons and Kenny Rod-
Bradford High's netters Bradford High will Marc convincing 8.3 triumph over Vaughn could not return. shot over the net. Griffis : of Todd Van Glisson 8- The remaining matches saw rique lost 2-8 and the numbertwo Chub I
easily won all five singles next today, (Thursday, Thomas Riherd. The Tornado Nevertheless, Vaughn did simply let him make the Tornado Terry Carver get BIIS doubles team
matches Tuesday afternoon 3)), in a 3:30: p.m. match netter ran Riherd all over the hustle from teh beginning to errors.In 5. In this contest Johnson whipped 8-0 in the number five> Johnson and Steve Griffis, get
demonstrated vicious fore-
against Union High on the against Keystone Heights on court trying to catch his hard the end of the contest, the the remaining singles hand shot and effectively a used singles, Bradford High's stung 08.
Fratt Street courts and defeated the Pratt Street courts. hit and well placed shots. same as Rodrique. matches Chub Johnson defeated .;
the lobshot, especially when ''t,
the Tigers 52. The number two singles saw Steve Griffis followed Rod Dionisio Britton by ,
the Hurricane netter .
The win ups BHS to 25. In BI1S5-UC 2 Kenny Rodrique of the Big rique with the Big Red's third another 8-0 count, playing in was Purple near the net. Johnson now \' 'f
other action during the past In the number one singles Red blank the Tigers Roscoe win, playing in the number the number four singles. The has a 4-1 Individual record for

1r-< "" r-fr1I.., """ >-f\-o .., "Z...., ....,.., ............ .......-' ",, """ r-f"1 Terry number Carver five of singles BHS winningby found the season.
Mike Sexton, BUS tennis
a coach, said of the fast rising
Union High finally got goingn
Big Red player, "Chub keeps
the doubles competition. In
.1 the number one contest the plugging away. lie's a steady
] Country Buffet Tiger team of Thomas Riherd player Today" he was our only
1 and Dionisio Britton nippedthe
Big Red's Tom Williams In the number one singles, _
BHS' John Samons dropped a
]] Fri. Night March 4th and second Terry contest Carver saw, 97.UnionHigh's The tough 4-8 match to Cliff _

and Schimpff, a slim six-footer. j
Roscoe Vaughn
1 ,
Samons hustled all over the
Mark Thomas winning by the r
but times
] same score, 9-7, over the many
him leaning
At The Tornado duo of David Harley Schimpff caught
the and drilled
wrong way
and Robbie Pierce.
] balls out of his reach.
"We're just glad to get a
The number two singles
win," said BHS tennis coach
found Kenny Rodrique of the
Mike Sexton after the match.
] '. Big Red losing 1.8 to Nils Diaz
BIIS 1.GUS 8 for the second Bradford High
] Ie. Only Chub Johnson's victory defeat of the day. Diaz scored 11.A
] Of Starke in the number four many points off of a strong .
singles match kept BHS'netters serve and made few errors.
1 1J J from getting blanked Steve Griffis, playing in the The winners of the St. Johns River tournament Feb. 19 were
Thursday afternoon as number three singles, couldn'tfind R.F Bryant with the largest bass; Don Brown second place;
] FeaturingCat Gainesville High administered the winning formula fol'the Jody Starling, tournament winner.
] the punishment with a Big Red either, as he lost
crushing 6-1 victory in sunny 3.8 to Peter Brual. Both
:jainesville.: players moved around the
Fish Fillet Fried
court aggressively and scored ;
Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR numerous points by slammingthe L EWLCGL&F'

Chicken & ball by each other when :
Fireside Dressing the opponent was close to the :

864 Suite C N. 301 net. However, Brual caught

] "Spirits" Of Assortment Of 9.0 Dally
1 964.8018 Girl Runners

$395 Vegetables And Salads _: BY NEIL CRAWFORD

1 In Our Lounge To I
1 & $ CHILDS pLflTE .$250 Expected Looks like March has grass, you had better have
y moved in a little on the quiet your fishing gear in good
Be Good Team side, but I'm sure those winds shape or you will just have
will roar like a lion before another fish tale to talk about.
] GQ&OA\ fl'rpOODLEGROOMING long. Bill Tilley is home from the
1 by Chris Kernsler hospital. We wish Bill a
] BCT Sports Writer Dale Johns says he has been
speedy recovery
] 964-7600 Of Starke Hwy 301 N. Coach Jerry McGriff feels catching some nice size bassin Bass Wishes
Call For AppointmentDrop the 1977 Bradford High girls Rodman. Says he caught 28 Neil CrawfordFarrah's
track squad, "will be a good bass last week in three trips,
I'I7.- Off On Way To the limit each -- -
nearly trip.
Present This Ad To Cashier For. ; one.
work a Pick Up On Way Saturday, March 5, the Big Speckled perch seem to Secrets
Home Red girls will see their first have gotten lots of attention
Appliu T BBff.t Oily I DI166ra1 Pu Chick action, in their own Bradford lately, they seem to be bitingin
_, 964-78373/3.5/:: Relays, which begin at 10 a.m. most lakes.
at theBHS track. W.T. Smith landed a nice
Bradford High is returninga string of bass while fishing in
total of 15 girls that lettered one of the Blandmg lakes a
last season. few days ago. Says he plans to
dSAVE 4O to8O Multi-coil Exclusive One of the returners is use the same technique in the
Fayonne Hawkins, who runs next tournament.
in the 100 yard dash. Last sea Bobby Allen, son Scott, and
son she ran this event in 12.4 daughter Kay were on Orange
Cindy Griffith will be back, Lake last Saturday Bobby
4IiUONE'Blomaiirpedic'SQIL1! too. She runs the 110 yard hurdles says they landed about 25 nice
record a time of 19.5 in fish which included about six
1976. bass and 19 specs. Bob says
In the 220 and 440 yard dash Scott and Kay taught him a
/ the Tornadoes will run Laura thing or two about bass
a fishing, as they landed all the
Chase, while in the 880 run
Griffith will bass. Farrau Fawiett
Cindy see heavy Majors
action again.. This is the time of year to whose hair Is envied by women -
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Cagers Drop District Title Bid In 48-36 BHS Loss


After having led 22-21 at the The Blue Devils BUS 59, P. CENTRAL passes by being in the right a layup after dribbling the failing to score in the first two up another;of his missed shotsat the Tornadoes never relin
half Bradford High's basket. were pacedby position to cause an opponentto length of the court. minutes. Walker broke the ice 3:50: for a 6-2 BHS lead. quished. BHS quickly built a
A Bradford five
ball team got outscored 27-14 and Mike Williams' 20 16.points went struggling.into the fourth period make a bad pass. Aycox also BHS got off to a 13-8 first at 5:50: by rebounding and Alridge hit from 20 feet out. nine point 35-26 lead. Centralwas
the rest of the way Saturday Tommy Hoggins' advantage got in on some of the action period advantage getting putting back up a shot missedby Aycox hit a free throw, and cold for several minutesbut
hurt with four
night and lost to Clay High 48- their Bradford chances High of severly with a in the point 43-39 round- with two steals of his own, one their points in the last six Godwin. Godwin hit his Walker hit for an 11.2 BHS advantage closed the difference to

36 in the district 5 Class 3A victory from a night qualifying against Palatka of which he converted into minutes of the quarter after second shot, and Walker putS Aldridge got inside four points 4.1-39: going into
game average
title game in the St. Augustine the field of 37.9 percent, 1437. Central and Coach Warney ., .. -,. for a basket on a pass from the- fourth period.
Godwin for the only other Tor-
yellowjacket gym. Walker led BIIS reboundingwith
In the first half BHS hit on 9-17 Adkinson promptly put on the
The loss concludes nado points of the
the shots for an impressive 52.9 stall. opening 10.BHS .
Tornado season at 1214. Fri percent but in the second half On the strength of the ball period. made: nine free throwsin
day night in the St. Augustine the Red connected of Central made a game of it 17 trips to the line. Central
Big on only handling ability guard
High gym BHS whipped 5-20 shots, 25 percent. Kenny Hampton and with the when the Tornadoes went coldIn made five in 15 trips t to the
Palatka Central the first three minutes of
59-47 thus David Walker paced the assistance of guard Freddie line.Central:
qualifying them for the the second period. Harold had beaten Pdlatka
Tornado rebounders snat- the Tornadoes
Brown hit four baskets
straight -
championship South 5H-48 Thursday night to
game. ching five, while Freddie successfully used the slim ad-
and Central Johnson tied
Aldridge led BIIS in assists vantage to draw fouls, then draw the berth against the
BIIS the at 15-15 at the five
36-Clay High 48 game Tornadoes.
with two. Walker finishes the converted enough free throwsto
By Chris Fernsler minute mark. Hampton'seight Green Cove dominated St.
season as the team's numberone maintain, then widen the
BCT Sports Writer rebounder and Kenny lead as time became more points kept BUS close Augustine 75-4K (Friday night.
The Tornadoes but the Tornadoes went into '
started the Hampton the top assist crucial for Central. The two winners (Friday night
title well. the half down one, 25-26, after
game the player. Four Tornadoes were in,. set up the Saturday championship -
strength of Kenny Hampton'sfloor having been outscored 1812. between Bradford -
In the 26 game schedule double figures Friday night,
leadership and four Brown got inside the BIIS zone High and Clay High.
Walker rebounds,
grabbed 173 including season high per-
two defense for several baskets
points, long jumpers, the
a of 6.6 and formances from front men /
average per game I'
Big Red and had several good jump '
were even with the collected assists with 7 and Store by quartersHS :
Hampton 127 Jay
Kenny Aycox iJ
tall and powerful Clay High shots from the side. II II II It >'
for a per game average of 48. Godwin with 13 points.. Center PC I U 11 i ..7BHS f
Blue Devils at the end of the the trend in the .
Although the Big Red ended David Walker bucketed 10 Reversing Aldrida 7.2.11. Hampton 1 3
first quarter at 1212. the season by winning only 12 points mostly by reboundingand third period BHS outscored U.Ayco.]..I.7W.l..r SO.la, King 0 0.0. ,
In the second stanza the Big Central 18-13. Aycox openedthe Godwin I 1 II. Tolll 71*-SPtlatka '. '
games, nte season was not putting back up the F
Central' Ltwt 3 0. John
Red did
even better beating considered a disaster by missed shots of his team- S period with a long shot IOn 1.0.,. Wiimrton, ,.0 II. Poolt' 40..
the Blue Devils 10-9 for their Coach Adkinson. mates. from the right corner to put Taylor' 00 0. Or..n II 1, Brown 4.4.11.
22-21 intermission advantage. "The team did a good job. The guards continued to .. BUS back ahead 27.26'a lead Tot.l." 21.i.47.
However, in the final two At the first of the season most lead BHS. Aldridge had 16 i

quarters BUS fizzled. The people did not think we would points and Hampton 13. The

third period found Bradford even win 12 games," he said.SeOln. floor play of the two little ball
First BHS Girl's Softball
High getting outscored 10-4 hawks was a big factor
while the fourth stanza saw .by quarftrstBHS
against Central, as they repeatedly -
Clay High on top 17-10. 11 10 10 :14 .
stole the ball and '
Warney Adkinson, Bradford Clay II t 10 17 <.1BHS
-Aldrldflilt-ll. Hampton 1.0-4, caused turnovers with Team May Be Able i
High basketball coach said, .
Ayco J.I.S. Godwin 1.0.4, walker 1.1 ll.ToUlll pressure tactics. Friday night
"We(BUS) did not get the ball 14-*.M. the pair showed adeptness at David Walker of Bradford High attempts a short hunk shot dm'Inn lli<> lUg Iti-il'H.. IM-il: loss to
inside for the score. We could Clay High Wllllamt/ / R. 000. surrounding the man drib- 'lay High in the Districts title game. Walker pumped I 12 points for the 1 ga.nil'.
not Wllllami, M. f 0.2.20 Hogglni, T. 7.2.16. To Hold Its Own
get David Walker (center) .
Oalniy 0 0Maiw.ll I 0-1, Mean I.J.4, bling the ball and taking the
the ball. If we had he would Bull., 1.04. TolaUi, II..-... ball away and in causing bad b 4

have scored 40 points." -- Bradford High Coach Greg ('uadllnll'1 soul of I the

Nevertheless Walker led Tornado Lifters Lose Alvarez feels that Tornadoes hitting. "I Jim ,iMi i/tHl at how
the Big Ked In scoring, can- S. .$.. >i.ka'i i, first-ever girls Softball team well we enn hit the hall. Tlio. ..

ning 12 points. lie was has the ability to win all of its fans will I In- Mil'prised. iko. J I

followed by Freddie Aldridgewith SPORTS games. Coachliiiey. s.ixs Tho BigRed / J
had 11 and Kenny Aycox, who To North Marion GHS The Big Ked will see its first has hit doubles and

5. action today (Thursda;! triples at a ,rapid! panin I the 1
March 3)) against Baker High practice !session! so unit '

Lake City by Chris Fernsler for an identical 240 total. The Tornadoes Steve in a 4 p.m. game\ at Starke's
BCT Sports Writer Nevertheless, the second Earnest and Jimmy Clark Westside Park. !Monday :
Bradford High's weight. place spot went to Connelly gave Bradford High some March 7, BIIS will challenge it IS'I '1'1',41 T""iI"I{ I
SpeedwayAction lifing team lost yet another because he happens to weight final glory In the heavyweight Ocala Vanguard also a home

tough match Friday afternoon less than Montgomery. category, placing first and game at 4 p m. The A.S.A. '\lI1l'l'Il.t1l; Soil '

SetThe as they dropped a 41-30 Heavyweight action found second. To get first Earnest Coach Alvarez' objectivesare hall ,Association! nipire's
verdict to 4-A Gainesville Allen James of Gainesville bench pressed 270 and jerked to win and give': all Hi test will bo given( .it Staiko's

Lake City Speedway High in Big Red Country.The High and BHS' Steve Earnest 245 while Clark had a bench players a chance to play. <(did< Armory tin 'riiursd.ixMart .'.
opened its 1977 season Satur- loss lowers BHS' record fighting it out for first place. press and jerk of 233 pounds. Bradford High has excellent : 'h ::1.i at 7':.ill p mAll .

day night with a field of 60 Aycox Signs Grid GrantKenny to 05. In other action last with the Purple Hurricane ingredients to be a vt inner. persons nuist.t take thll-

race cars two of which were Wednesday afternoon the lifter victorious by a slim 10 School is a building that too. The Tornadoes possess written exam in order In 'In

driven by Starke drivers.In Tornadoes lost a 38-34 contestto points 540530. James has four walls with tomorrow good team: speed, excellent, come a i registered AS .\
the bomber division Aycox became the athlete, says Athletic North Marion High. whipped Earnest in the bench inside. fielding, iind strong hitting/ umpire.
Starke's Ronald (Goober) fifth Bradford High gridder toget Director David llurse. Tomorrow. (Friday. March press 285275. In Jhe clean am. -I.on Walters 1.
Garver placed fourth in the a college football scholar In addition to the three 4)) the Big Red will travel to jerk both competitors lifted
when he signed Feb. 16 named. BIIS fullback Jimmy Fernandina Beach for 255
feature race and fifth in the ship High a pounds. Coming in third 1
first heat while Joe Wilson with Tuskeegee Institute of Clark has signed with the four-way match to begin at 3 place was the, Tornadoes '

also of Starke placed sixth in Tuskeegee, Alabama. University of (Florida and p.m., the only match of the Jimmy Clark bench pressing -
the feature. A.scox is the third BIISsignee tight end-defensive end Steve week. The field will consist of 255 and jerking a weight of 24() 'i.
from the 1976 Tornado Earnest has signed with Bradford host Fernan- /
The next speedway action High, pounds. ..-
grid squad to sign with Mississippi College. dina Beach, Jacksonville ,J 'It 'W'
will be Saturday. March 5, ate (
34 -North Marion I 3K .
with the first Tuskeegee. lie follows run- Bishop Kenny and Lakeland ,. .. .
p m. point race ning back Andrew Carter andtal'kle BradfordRelays High. With inexperience still evident .
of the season. the BHS weightlifting ', '
Participating from Starke Lawrence Budget. team lost a tight 38-34 match (. :
A>'co\ was a two way March 5 B1IS-3U-CIIS41 VEGETABLE AND
will be Joe Wilson, also of starter on the BUS football Steve Tillman set the pace 'to North Marion High last y.
Starke sixth in the
placed squad and a threat from both Bradford High will host the for Gainesville High in the 114( ;- Wednesday afternoon in

feature. the running back spot and his 3rd Annual Bradford Relays pound division, as the Purple. '""tati0cala_ /- 'ANNUAL PLANTS
The next speedway action ,
'March 5',' at the "We're (BUS close to victory '
Aycox ,
will be free safety position. Saturday Hurricane lifter gained a first AZALEAS0"
on Saturday 5.
at 8 pm. with the first point gained 663;: yards as a senior Tornado track starting at 10 by bench pressing 155 poundsand but not quite there said ) ) resh Shipment Favorite Varieties
Denny Hanson Bradford High
and scored with field of 19
gridder, eight a.m. a teams jerking 125. FOR
race of the INSTANT BEAUTY
touchdowns. He returned one both boys and girls slated to However, the real fight was weightlifting coach. .J" 6 Plant Tray
from Starke all the and had a 90 be in action. for second place which was The 123 category lound the Now In Bud & Bloom ;I .-- :'
punt way ,
will be Joe Wilson and Ronald
Big Red in total ...
Garver and from Lawtey Earl ;yard! kickoff return for a TD in Some of the schools to be settled at the scorer's table with Timmy Gaskins command. FAVORITE VARIETIES7

Cantor in the bomber division. the jamboree.The participating are: BHS. Ocala and not in competition.. In the first and Martin Slocum taking # > & 2 Trays $1
5-10 pounder was Forest, Palatka Central, Key- battle for second place BIIS' second. To win the classifica NOW --I
also a starter on the BHS bas- stone High and Clay High. Alan Montgomery and tion Gaskins
ketball team and! plans to par- The competition will be Gainesville High's Will 180 bench pressed Reg. 19 Or 59' Per Tray
pounds to Slocum's
Girl's Softball ticipate in baseball and track. divided into two divisions, 1-A Connelly ended up tied with outhfted the second 165 and '2S9 $2
"lIe is a fine all-round versus AA and AAA versus both competitors bench finisher place V.
170 to 163 in the clean
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TELEGRAPH March 3,1917

Joe Lazenby 5th In State ? R s ,1, (4.


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Wrestling Competition ltt} i (III

Joe Lazenby, Bradford against AAA schools or any Ted Jornov, BUS wrestling III,
High's lone representative in other combination. coach, said of Lazenby'saction
To get fifth Lazenby "He held his own. In
the state wrestling tournament t'
fact, Lazenby was as good as r III,
last weekend at Miarni- whipped Chris Carty of La to
Dade Community College High 9-0 In the first round, lost the top man ((Belote), but the .. ( 155V/1 Gall St.
proved to the thousand fans in to the eventual champion, caliber (weak) of competition 1 rI''
attendance that he is a fine Miami Jackson's Mike Belote, Joe went against this season r 'It, ? .' f4x! tdd%
eraoDler., as he grabbed fifth on an early third quarter pin hurt him more than anythingelse.
place in the 159 pound in round two after having led He did not go up againstthe ,( C
division. 5-3 just after the period began, caliber of competition / tq 'Wa@. l., ;kr ui; n;r.i y t ,.?t '. r y
A total of 69 schools were In stung Lee Murray, Apopka some of the others did this Y GREATBUVS

competition, with Brandon High, 7-0 in the wrestlebacks, year." ..,..,...-.
High[ taking the team title, which qualifies a wrestler for Coach Jornov went on to 5
beating out Winter Park. The the consolation round,and lost say. "Lazenby was in a tough .z I ..'!,"* .. ., ",.'".,tti"
class of a particular school did to Hollywood McArthur's weight class, 159. There were .,, ,,,,,,
not matter in this tourney Steven Bell in a heartbreaker some studs in there. He did a
Single A schools were pitted 75. good job. I am proud of him."
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I BUS Girl Netters Win 6-1 Over UHS H

By Chris Fernsler smacking the Tigers second BIIS 1.GIIS S Tornado Nine Q-2 Plagued By Errorsby < LADIES'POLYESTER
BCT Snorts Writer best player 80. In this match The BHS girls' tennis team $
Tucker used pin-point place blown Chris Fernsler out eight Rams in the inning Jackson Prevatt led off with a "
got away 1-6 by an awe
Bradford High's girl netters ment of shots to score numer some Gainesville High squad BCT Sports Writer relief stint. single and scored on Mike C
BHS went down in order in Kitchen's double for the first '
humbled an inexperiencedUnion ous points. Thursday in the DOUBLE KNIT
Bradford High's baseball the of the first. Tornado Kitchens '
High squad 6-1 Tuesday Other single matches saw "University city." top run. went to C
Tornadoes played give away Of the five Eastside runs in third on a wild pitch and
the Starke Golf Merrl Orms- loss
afternoon at Bradford High's Bradford High's was no
and Country Club courts. bee win 8-0, playing in the mystery to Melba Howard, Tuesday afternoon, com the bottom of the first, only scored on a pop to first base, Jr PANTSPAIR
mitting nine errors,and losingto one was earned. The first cutting the Eastside lead by C
The win upped BHS' recordto number three singles, Janice BHS tennis coach She said,
42. Earlier in the week the Jockel of BHS fought hard fora "they kept the ball in play,did Clay High 7-1 in a home three Ram batters reached three, 52. '
Big tied lost to a strong 8-4 triumph in the number not make errors and game base safely,on a walk and two The Tornado nine scored
Gainesville High team 6-1 four's and Big Red's Judy demonstrated quickness." The loss dropped BHS' fielder's choices. two more runs in the seventh, V 0
Williams take a 8-2 win home, Janice Jockel picked up the record to 02. Friday afternoon Eastside's Keith Kelly then making it a 5-4 game '
B11S6-LCI participating in the number lone Tornado victory, as she the Big Red opened the stoked a double to right field "Wejustweren'taggressiveat < -( R
In the number one single the five contest. won 8-5 over Tina Bair in the season by losing to Gainesville off BHS starter Richard Hall, the plate," said Mike } ,
Tornadoes Lynn Pierce: won 8- Doubles play found the number five singles. The Big Eastside 54. scoring the first Ram run. Aground Hartley Bradford High base
2, demonstrating a fine backhand Tornadoes splitting. In the Red netter returned the BUS I,CLAY HIGH 7 ball by Derrick Hight ball coach. The Tornadoes V
and lobshot Pierce was number one match the Big majority of Bair's shots and followed by a tremendous finished the game with three *
never really threatened and Red's Cathy Futch and Donna this forced the Purple Both teams went scorelessfor triple to left center field hits and struckout 11 times. t Regular Sizes 8 to 18
just toyed with her opponent Samons lost 8-2, while in the Hurricane player into many three innings, but in the cleared the bases and left Eastside also collected a "
Pam Tucker got the Tor number two doubles the mIscues. top of the fourth inning the Eastside with five runs. BHS meager three hits. .r: & EXTRA SIZES 40 44
nadoes their second Tornado duo of Cassie Red In the number one singles, Blue Devils exploded, scoringfive starter Richard Hall was Bradford High's leading Ra Machine Washable
the number two singes. dick and Elise Johns won 8-2. BHS' Lynn Pierce battled runs. The first two Clay pulled at that point and Jockel hitter was Jimmy Prevatt, j *
hard, but lost 3-8 to Ariadne High batters reached base by came on.BHS who went 2-4 with a single anda C Popular Elastic Waist Pull-on Pants
Diaz, the state's 14th ranked errors and then Mike Ray started on the come double,which drove in a run J Mint. Beige, Red Powder and Yellow'
BHS Golfers Begin player. stroked a single to right fieldto back trail in the bottom of the The Big Red's Richard Hall
"I 1 was pleased that Lynn break the tie. BHS shortstop fourth with two runs Catcher took the loss ((0-1)) for BHS (
I got three games off of Diaz Dinky Kilby, committed '"
Next since she [is 14th in the state," another Tornado error, which -
Action Tuesdayby Coach Howard said. scored Jim Bridges with the
Other singles matches saw second run, making it 2-0 Clay Arts 'N Crafts CC( WHY PAY, MORE ?
Chris Fernsler Richard Gaines, freshman, Pam Tucker lose 1-8 in the High Bradford High third "ftt1NG9' 8\
BCT Sports Writer who will play in the fourth number two singles, Mary baseman Marcus Crews, let in
spot. He averages shooting Ormsbee get blanked 0-8, the third run by booting a Classes And Things -
Bradford High Coach between 37-40 per round. playing in the number three "Sunday hop" and Doug
VVarney Adkinson said that Fifth and sixth players will singles, and Donna Samons Reddish, second baseman, I
the 1977 version of Big Red be brothers Joe and John lose 1-8 in the number four made error number five be Custom Picture Framing <;
golf ought to improve on the 9- Valmski I. Both average singles. fore Steve Lee singled in the HAND MEN'SPOLYESTER
7 record of last season. shooting in the mid 40s. The doubles competitionwas fifth run on a line shot to right
The Tornadoes first action "They are much improved," more of the same for field. Plan Now To Attend Our Crafts .
will be on Tuesday, March 8. Coach Adkinson says Gainesville High, as they won BUS Eastside 5
at Suwannee County High in both contests by large mar A five run, three hit first ClaSSeS Register Early Classes Limited PANTS
gins. In the number one
Live Oak
at 3:30:
Three of the top p.m.four BHS 1) Y BiiseballRegistration' doubles BHS' Mary Ormsbeeand inning by the Eastside Bradford High ftx
golfers of last season are re Lynn Pierce teamed up nine spoiled baseball the in EGGERY Begining Tuesday March 8th
turning. A promising freshman and got crushed 1-8, the same High opener
Gainesville last Friday afternoon
Richard Gaines, will be score that the Tornadoes rode that 9:30: 12:30: 5 Classes *10
pla Registration has begun for number two doubles team of as the Rams
>mg the Starke Recreation Pam Tucker and Donna lead to a 5-4 win.
"With and
Richard Gaines experience we expect to sponsored Dixie Youth Base Samons lost by.Gainesville Tornado releiver Jeffrey BEGINNER MACRAMEBegining *
ball at the Pratt Jockel held Eastside scoreless
do a better job this program High is now 9-2
Coach Adkinson year Street Center, the.Recreation for the season. after the first inningstriking, i Tuesday March 15th
oj are Returning Wade Winklpr.for the junior Big Red and Department old Armory office and, located Lawtey In"the : ........................................................ i ...... 7:00: 10:00: P.M. 5 Classes *10
number one player, who last Elementary SchoohOn I PAIR
Friday, March 11, the INTERMEDIATE MACRAMEBegining
year per match averaged, improving shooting by 4.93 41.7 registration To be elgible will for end.the leaguea Stretch Sewing Class I FIRST QUALITY
strokes by the end of the season Thursday March 10th
Lee Casey a senior, the child must ordinarily be 10 Solids or Fancy
number two BHS player, years of age and not older 123 S. Walnut St. phone 964-6398 7:00.: 9:00: P.M. 5 Classes *10
than 12 by August 1, 1977 Choose from a wide variety of colors
averaged 42.8
match last shooting>'ear. During per-the However, children nine yearsof DECOUPAGEBegining Men's Sizes 28 to 42
course of last season age who can pass a special
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Playing in the number three required! of all participants

a position sophomore will ,be who Stan last Roberts season, All children that live in 1-4 P.M. AUHtoMl. l IaFartrNlra. Call Betty YM. 2 2At I INFLATION( BEATING PRICES ll

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looking forward to the expected Paterson at the Lawtey Come In And Register Now Or fen By, ISO W Call St. J "tct,
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I 980 Acre Tract I r------ l 4, March 3,1917 TELEGRAPH PlgeSA 94d,I

( Page) Planned UnitDevelopment

- Ranged E less the 40 acres of block 15, lying L.E. Andrews to Diane ,

) SE ''4 of NE !4 of the NE V4 of Club Estates, $ Inc. a portion of block A !
b NE U of Section 12, T 6 S, R 22 Lossie W Blanding Subdivision, Law Approved By Board ,'
) E and west Mi of NW U of NE Leon T. Odum, Jr. t, arW7
*4 of Section 11, T 6 S, R 22 E, parcel containing Donald K. Bennett and wife -

$f>60,600. lying partly in NE Michael Sherman Bland I Planned Unit DevelopmentPUD Zoning director L.M. Gaines Hamilton to allow a boat manufacturing i'
) Mary W. Wynn and Free and partly in NW wife, east 100 feet of lot 5, ( ) will have advantagesfor said that developers could sell operation on two

. JW. Duncan to Alfred J. of S 11, T 7 S, R 22, of city of Lawtey, : buyers and sellers, the smaller than the current acres of land on SR 237 west of I
) Geiger and wife, NW 14 except Constantinos G. d JI Bradford County Zoning .20,000 square feet minimum Brooker. The board also ,
NEt4ofNW4andNl 1'2 of SW and wife to Sunseal Laboratories, Inc. Board decided at its monthly allowed in the for
1.Pans 1.a 1. county a approved a request to change
+ 11:, all in Section 22, T 7 S, R 21 Bellan:? and wife, Kiert Sundusadee and wife, .. -4 1 meeting Tuesday, Feb 22, before single-family residence if a four acres on Morgan Road I I'
) E, $140,000. land lying in S ''i half of lots 1,3, 5 and passing an ordinance un central sewage treatment near SR 16 from agricultural

. Eugene L. Garver to Ronald SW >/4 of S 23, T of lots 2,4,6 except wester- animously.The system was installed. The to rural zoning to reduce the
) Eugene Garver and wife, NE $8,000. 70 feet of block 28, of PUD ordinance must be PUD ordinance would allow lot size required to build
corner of NW '4 of SE '/4 of Free Joyce town of Starke and considered for adoption by the the builder to sell lots as smallas residences. The request by
b Section 10, T 7 S, R 22 E, T.E. Duncan, Jr. E ',i of lots 1, 3, block 28, Bradford County Commission.If 7,500 square feet if the James Strickland passed 4-1

) $60,000. Wise, ',i interest, passed the ordinance allows residence had a sewage with Bill Wilson disapproving
. Robert Michael Jordan and NW V4 of S 23, T 7 H.H. Adams to Kiert Sun for self-contained com disposal system the request.
wife to Donald M. Hale, and wife, east 83 feet munities on a minimum of 20 Gaines said he would
1 Norton R. Inlow and W.L. $100.Harry Daniel lot 1 and east 83 feet of lot 3 acres. Developers planning before the Board appear of- ,

. Reynolds, Jr., lots 1 to 28 In wife to Darrell L. 2.55 feet of lot 3, block commercial and residential County Commissioners at Residents Paid 1

) block A, lots 1-27 in block B of wife, a part of SE $30,000. groupings would save several their regular meeting March 7
Mt. Pleasant on Silver Lake S, R 21 E, $12,233.Raymond Walter Williams and Sons, trips through the zoning pro- to ask the board to set a public
b and a parcel in SW !U of SW 1/4 to Bradford County, 60 cess by having a master plan hearing for the PUD ordinance For Recycling i

) of Section 13, T 8 S, R 22 E, to Darrell L. Davis right-of-way in S 35,T 5 S, Chapman Is all set for spring as she models a flower for the use of the land. .(
b $:;0,000. part of SE V4 of S 22 E, $100. print, lace trim dress from DeVane's of Starke. The plan when presented to Gaines reported a total of 43 Starke residents recycled
1 Arthur E. Powell and wife to E, $27,633. Lake Properties, Inc. to Pam, daughter of Mr. and 111'8..W.. 'hapman of Itaiford. the zoning board would show permits had been processed 131,488 pounds of aluminum in .f
Carlton R Register and wife, Robert F. C Bryant and wife, a will model in the Junior Woman's Club of Starke annual proposed locations of through his office from the 1976 and were paid $19,723 for
b parcel located in the NE ',4 oftheNE'4ofS25T8SR22E Tanner and wife, situated in S Va of NE V 14 spaghetti supper and fashion show to be held Tuesday, March H, residences, commercial establishments beginning of the year which their efforts Reynolds '
1 of SW '/4of S I, S 13,T8S, R 22 E,$100. at the Woman's Club Dinner will be served beginning( at 7 p.m. churches and amounted to $291,060 in proposed Aluminum Recycling Com- '
$40,000. 8th acre more or Ramon A. Waldrup and wife Participating stores in the show will Include Ie\ane's. recreational area within that construction. That In- pany announced

I Otis Crabtree and Larry T. Sidney Keen Robert Earl Powell and Stump's Leila's, TG&Y and Sears, all of Starke, and Formal development.The cluded 19 mobile homes, Statewide totals for last ..I.
Henry d-b-Crabtree Builders Lawrence C. a parcel situated in NE Fashions and Jay's Dress Shop in Gainesville. zoning board would receive $107,800; five single-family show Floridians ',I
. to Clarence L. Harper and Pine Acres Park of S 15,T 7 S, R 22 E, $12,600. Tickets for the 7 p.m.dinner and show will be $J for adults and the master plan for dwellings, $100,000; 18 ad-- year nearly 24 million pounds recycled of '
I wife, a portion of the NE "4 oftheNW'4ofS6T6SR22E $6,200. Ramon A. Waldrup and wife $1.50 for children. Advance tickets at $2.75 and $1.25 may be ob- approval and any changes in ditions or improvements aluminum. 'I}
\ Ossie Wynn, William R. Bauldree and tained from Junior Woman's Club members For reservations the PUD plan would have to $47,260 and $36,000 for one (.
' one acre more or less, $31,333. Lossie Wynn lot 14, Lake Hampton phone 96-1-8210. come back before the zoning commercial site Gaines said Reynolds pays' 17 cents a :.
I Lawrence W Batten to Gene Bass, $13,750.Ramon board. The ordinance would inspections had been made pound for aluminum beverage

. Loran C. Brown and wife, Steve Wynn, Waldrup to William SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARYSince also provide that after the by the building inspector and cans and other clean household 'i
I 12.52 acres more or less all acre lying in NW Thigpen and wife, a zoning board gave its approval $789 was collected in building aluminum such as pie t
lying in S 34, T 6 S, R 22 E, ofS 11,T7S, R2t situated in NE V4 of S many students were FRIDAY Tuna salad on latluca. construction in the fees. pans, foil, frozen food and
. 30000. Rose Marie T 7 S, R 22 E, $13,750. absent due to illness last pen and carrots, charry cako cobblar, PUD would have to begin In other business the board dinner trays and dip. puddingand p
I Paul H Welting to Mark F. Beattie, lot 5, Blanche A. Collingsworth week, this week bas been used biscuit milk within two years. approved a request from Z.W. meat containers.
Olin and wife N 1/2 of that portion haven, $13,500.Geneva husband to John A. An- for .
b of the N !la of SW ',4 of NW Shores, and wife, a parcel situ- Comprehensive make-up testing Tests of on Basic the 1
) which lies in NW !' of SW V S T
14 east of SR-16 and Armand B. 4 11, Skills at all grade levels.
b betnginS8T6SR22E,5 43, Geneva Lake R 21 E, $100. Ms. Lawrence's third and
acres more or less, $16,400. Geneva Shores, John A. Andrews to Blanche
1 0 fourth has
grade just completed
Georg's Properties to E. Waters, lot 22, Collingsworth, parcel one a comprehensive f
b lidmon A. Waldrup and wife, Creek, $100.Geneva in NW !14 of SW U.S11.T. Japan. The students studyof
) a portion of the NW V* of the Shores R 21 E, $100. joyed being involved in en-all
b 40fS6.T6SR22Eone! Stephen Beckwith Ronald Starling to Jimmie facets of the
and in
) acre more or less $2,800. Geneva Lake and wife, one acre bringing artifacts to show and ACCOUNTANT FILE :'
Thomas Newsome, Helen Geneva lying in SE corner of
investigate by research.
I Newsome and Owen Newsome Charles A. 4ofSE4aS14T7SR21 Lenore
I sole survivors of Clarence Geneva Creek, $ also one lot 420 feet N and S lived Welty's for grandparents
Newsome 840 feet E and W lying in Japan many yearsso LEDGER SHEETS CABINETS
' to Leonard Smith, Geneva Shores, that she was able to bring
Jr., one lot 100' by 100' in the Hadley, lot 35, '. ofSE .S14T75R21 beautiful Japanese Festival
I SW corner of lot 13 In Otts Subdivision Estates, $100.Geneva $18,000. Dolls bamboo
I in Sections 23, 24, 25 Shores M. Smith to Ramon A. child's shadepicturesand
a toy. Monday,
i and 26 T 6 S, R 22 E, Lawtey, Ralph Dickey, lot three parcels in NE Feb. 21, the class made (
$1,200. Lake Estates, $ of S t5, T 7 S, R 22 E, $4,600. from Lenore's soup
F. Brooks Herman and W. J.D. Wright! .E. Wall and wife to Oliver a mix had grand-
I Wade Baty d.b-a McMeekin Alfred J. Robida, Pearson and wife, SE Japan.parents brought For Your ConvenienceOur
Land Developers to Harold A. and Michael B. of NE 1/4 and the NE V4 of Jennifer Johns' mother

Alvarez and wife, a tract of wife, a part of SW V4 and that portion of brought fans, umbrellas doll
land situated in the SE 14 of of S 13, T 6 S, R 22 lot one in town of furniture, vases, silk cloth, Sales Person

SE t4 of S. 28,T 5 S, R22 E and J.D. Wright, Sr. $13,500. rice paper, Japanese hand
in the NE I" of NE '" of S 33,T William E. Williams and wife and
5 S, K 22 E, 29000. a parcel of land Carl Holmes, lying in S 22, T puppets pictures to show Japanese the class. Will Call Upon You. .

F Brooks Herman and W. corner of S 14, T 6 R 22 E, $100. Among the students who PENS-

Wade Baty d.b-a McMeekin $3,600. brought artifacts for the display
Land Developers to Allen M. Keystone Dimes table were Allison Denmark If You Need An Item Before
Anderson and wife. Lot 4 Unit Bradford Inc. Rosaland Lennon, ,

1 Whispering Pine Estates, John Basel and Melanie and Diane Wood, Our PENCILS

$3000 block 9, unit 1, alk-A-Thou Tom Watson, Perri Guiste, Representative
Clifton Rosier to Shirley Estates, $3,500.Katherine Erica Gruen, and Jay Hayes
Rosier Stalvey, undivided ' are placed on a There
interest in the NW >4 of NW ''4ofE'jofSWMofNEUofSl Patrick to March table for the length of the & REFILLSCall
,.. and wife, a portion study unit so that the students
T 5 S. R 21 E, $100.J "SE '4 of S 29;T 6 them and further Call :
may enjoy 964-5764
C Sapp and wife Melvin the city of Starke, 19 is the data set for
investigate their
origin by re
Griffis and wife fifteen acres Robert F. Civitan March of Dimes ,
search their
in room and in the
off north end of NE '.4 of SE !U to Dennis G. according to
Sit, T 5 S, H 21 E, 2000. 49, Parkwood president, John Miller. Mrs. Boone brought two
Robert Wolbert chairman of And We Will Deliver
Dobbs and wife, $26.000 examples of bonsai and Quickly
Nellie :Moody, to James W. R.D. Reddish March of Dimes for Brad the gave
class talk
a on its OFFICE
Frampton and wife, 'j acre in Robert S. Greene County, states that the history. On Friday the class
raised from the Walk-
the SW corner of NE corner of part of the SW V4
in wok
participated cooking as
:.N\V" 14 ofliW! '" ofS 11, T6S, R and a part of E ''i will be used toward a culmination of their study of
20 E. $100. 14 of S 33, lying of Dimes programs in Japan.

A.B. Adams and wife to S 229, in T 5 S, R 21 County FURNITURE '

Enoch T. Jones and wife, 679fet't Eugene F, Shaw Wayne Hersey, chair- Mrs. Ripplinger's and Mrs. PAPERPRODUCTS
J.R. of the Walk-A-Thon, is
east of SW corner of SE L.OfSWl4ofS8T7SH20E 4 Wainwright Wood's sixth grades have
walkers to
parcel lying in NW soliciting
begun the Berkeley Health
$7000 of S 25.T 6 S, R 22 E in the March 19th
Ronnie C Davis and wife to E.E. Triest, and he states that the Unit the heart.study Letters with emphasis have been on \

Thomas M Howard and wife, Griffis, Edward this year is 300 walkers. sent to all parents in these \
ten mile route is the
Griffis and same
west 330 feet of Lots 49, 56 and Percy them about the
rooms telling
the vest 330 feet of Lot 40 trustees of last year with the walkers
and that
which lies N of graded Church to at the Bradford study requesting they
a write to the class
road Woodlawn S Church of Courthouse -
country concerning the heart. As a \ \
II, T S S, R 22 E, $18,000 acres more or less to Highway 100 bonus, while some of the class
down Edwards Road
Charley Markleyann E. Johns Jones and Cash wifeto S, S.G.R: 22 Denmark E, 3000. ,a break at the National went to Lawtey to the speed
ball game, Mrs. Wood's class
south 1:to feet of NW !'1,4 of S 26, Marlie Sanderson Armory and ending up painted the teacher's desk anda
T 8 S, R 22 E, $100. D. Sanderson, one at the Courthouse. Light reading table for the room. .

Charley Charley E Jerome Johns and Johns wifeto or 11800.less in S 27, T 6 at the Civitans.will National be served Guard of to Bright touch of blue color adds to the a welcome room. \ \\ 1// .

west 50 feet of lots 1, 3 of block J. Brooks Brown by available Copies V
exact route are
24. a per plat of original town Enterprises, a walkers are reminded For the first two weeks of .
of Starke and partly in Johns Keystone Oaks, $ March the library will be ; '
the Walk-A-Thon will be
addition to town of Starke, 50 Leon Conner to of weather. featuring a display of origami -V. V ...
feet by 105. fronts 50 feet on Conner, Glenn regardless which will be mounted on a .
advised to ,'
Madison Street, $100. C. Peterson, NE l 4 are wear tree branch. Michael DeSue

Charley ((0;, Johns and wifeto S 5, T 6 S, R 22 socks and comfortable and Tony Davis have made .....1
Charley Jerome Johns, two more or less $100. the examples for the display. ,
Bradford .
parcels of land l lying in the SE Richard R. High There will be a table of booksof ,,,- '
incite Club and their '
'. of SII ofS211, T6 S, R22E wife to Don G. Grover Howard,coor will origami, paper, cardboard, .
in the city of Starke, $100.N a parcel lying in and nature crafts to call
C Thagard and wife to !4, S 17, T 6 S, R in charge of all the youth students' attention to these

Terry Hugh Rhue and wife, Freddie Miller, Any persons In- hobbies. What author is more
:NE'" i4 of SE 'I" of NW 14, S28, to George Robert in obtaining pledge loved than Dr. Seuss? In observance -
T 5 S, 1 K 22 E, $13,500. wife, northerly 400 can so by contacting of his birthday on
Arthur H. Gaskins and wifeto 14 of SW l" of S 19, Civinette member or the March4, the library will havea .
business locations
: : '
Randall R. Gaskins andw E, $8,500. table display of his books .
Ifl.. one acre situated in W 'a George L. County Telegraph, and of articles about the f(4,
of S 25, T 5 S. 1121 I' $100. to Michael W. Drug Store, Jesse Wol- author himself '
Gerald Griffis to Larry C. block 2, south law office, The Florida ,f >, '

Green and wife, Lot 4, block I, $23.400 of Starke, and The Of The Student Council met :.. .
Eastwood 13600. Robert L. Miller Shop. with Ms Lawrence on :a..

Gerald Griffis to Carlos E. Harvey Lewallen as possible walkers Tuesday and discussed several ,
Rodriguez and wife, lot 7, part of NE '4 of SW : Denise Hersey, Teri 1' ,
important items. Student L' ...
block t. Eastwood. 3000. 6 S, R 22 E, $ Cindy Elder, Mark Council President Robin Stern .. .)\:
Edmund: H Davis and wifeto Belle Ford to George Pierce Bill 't;;....'. '
Herbert M Kulman and Lugen and wife, a H.A. Bishop III, Dolph students appointed to serve the on following a V V ',1.f" ", :.V.
ated in lots of Mike Sexton J.E.
wife, located In Governmentlot2S25T8SR22E mittee to plan a "50's Day": '
Beach Jimmy Bowen .
Anderson Charlie Andy Chaff, Dianne Wood \ .
William F.
$27,500. Deith : '
Kehoe Linda DeWitt .
Georges Properties Ltd. to to Donald Paul Lana Dowdy, and* Gerald Petteway and Richard ': .:
wife east 160 feet Williams. :
Otis Crabtree and Larry T. O'Steen. The Student Council .' .
Henry d.b-a Crabtree lot 4 as per plat discussed student conduct at

Builders a portion of NE '4 of situated in S 22, T 8 raixi'r; Urges Southside and agreed that a '
', ,
NW 4 of S6T6SR22B, Behavior Contract for grades
Gilbert Q. 'i'
2500. ,,; Guideline 4, 5 and 6 would be helpful.
to Lacy Harvey
Otis Crabtree and Larry T. Mrs. Payne announced that
d-b-a Crabtree Buildersto parcel of land lying
Henry the Southside Sharks T-Shirt
out some of the in
SW ciofS 14 T 8
Jerry C. Pilcher and wife, a ,
in the present guide- will soon be on sale in the
portion of !NE ,4 of NW 12 of S 1500. school store.
used by the Department
6, T 6 S., R 22 E, $32.200 to Gilbert Frank J.Q. for assessing real

Margaret Prevail Williamsto a parcel of land County Property Approximately 50 persons

known Elton as Noegel Ward and premises Prevail leasedto ofS7 Gilbert,T7S Q.,R22 E, at the Jimmy Starke Alvarez Rotary attended Committee.night of the a meeting Parents Advisory Tuesday ( ECIF( tf (Gtlimi[ : GEHECE L KftHfl( ( ( Ct! GECiES( ( vII?

Garage and premises last week, urging citizens
Canada Dry 30000. to Wiley P. Sweat sign petitions to be pre- Lunch Menu
Margaret Prevatt Williams parcel of land in to the local legislative Feb 28. March 4 1I1lL1E( (! g CCGGCCCE(
to Edwin E. Prevatt and T 6 S, 22 E, 1250. .

Audrey A. Lennon,a parcel of Gilbert Q. MONDAY lartnu*an bun, potato
land lying in NE '4 of SW 14 of to Harold Byers a said that DOR cnlpt, don. ...,.. mIN.TuasoAY .
529,T 6 S, R 22 E,noo. uated InSW 1. of return the power of the CftIC_... with rlt..
'. office back to the M nut buttar cu., turnip, .,..".. corn The
Ott Corp. to Timberland T 6 S, T 22 E, $ .....<. milkWIONISOAV Office Shop
"where it belongs
.....,."., iltamxl
Builders Inc., lot 1, Seminole Gilbert Q. till exercising some c....... aaplatavca C.>.. corn brad
Ridge; Unit,?, $8.200, H. Byers and wife to make sure all mtlNTHURSDAY. .

Keystone developers to situated in SW '4 of comply with ..Infra. .......-uw..,"cn..).coiata..."...and... 110 West Call Street Starke FloridaI
Ralph R. Read and wife, lot 3, 14. T 6 S. R 22 E, guidelines. ...C..., itcuit.. ,milk I

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... BA TELEGUAPH" .l\Iarrh3.t977

SENIOR Star he Elementary. ............................................................................................................................ :

Cafeteria Manager) children present as they saw
CITIZENS P.E. Students of the Week: most for the month of Feb. when necessary (only 1 set of P.T.O. Function Brown and members( of our cafeteria their principal, teachers, and
spoke in dissent this Friday Feb. 25, was the
and receiving a special treat. parents
Grade Fender treated to a aides perform on stage
3 Terry staff, we were
view), and that suspension of date of ourP.T.O. arts
.. Grade 4 Jason Polk from Piggly Wiggly are: Kng. supper talent show, directed by Mrs.
elementary school children and crafts display, and talent
Grade 5 Anna Wallace Miss Gray, Gr. 1 Mrs. Debbie Woodf Ignorance is bold, and
Club member Vernon Olin, Tuesdays from 9 a.m. till 12 Grade 6 Lori Muse Noun Gr. 2 -Mrs. Gay, Gr 3 from school should only be .show. The faculty performance knowledge reserved.
who was delegated to attend a noon Miss Jenkins, Gr. 4 Mrs. used as a last resort and only After a delicious meal to be a big hit with the Thucydides
hearing Public vs. Southern McClelland, Gr. 5 Mrs. for major infractions. served by MIg Dorothy
Flu shots can be had at the Basketball Intramuralswere
Bell Telephone Co. in Jack- Health Department on Church recently completed and Patrick, Gr. 6 Mrs. Red- All present agreed that In 1'1"' nl" r JtIIfII_L ](Ir, mi. rlJtllJ I,lei"1. r ]11'. nrlq1lf4\ t1
sonville on Feb. 18, a dish. discipline could best be
gave Street, Wednesdaysand Fri we congratulate the following
well-rounded report to our Star students for collectingbox handled by parents and the :
days. Phone 9647732. classes for winning the trophyfor OPERATED :
school to- 215 E. OWNED &
personnel working
membership at the last Happy Birthday, Della basketball: tops in Feb. are: Brian Washington
meeting. He said that 250 Speed, 81. And Happy Wedding Grade 4 Three way tie Barr 13, and Greg Cham- gether cooperatively and STARKE FLA. ByCHARLES BLALOCK
keeping one another informed
people were present, 90 per Anniversary, Alex and with Mrs. White's class, Mrs. bers 10.School .
cent of them Senior Citizens, Emma Morton, "nine beautiful Kitties' class, and Mrs. Mc- Phone 9646725BLALOCK'S
members of COSA (Congressof Advisory MeetingThe ,
Clelland's class.
years. Principal Dewey McKinney "
.,. .
Senior Adults), Duval -
The next meeting will be Grade 5 Mrs. Patrick'sclass. reviewed with the group 'j
County. held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, March Starke Elementary Advisory Board rules and State Law .. >._, "'.. ,r?
Fourteen affidavits were 8, at the Pratt Street Grade 6 Mrs. Crawford's Committee met pertaining to discipline, and
observed protesting against Recreation Center. Wear class. Tuesday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. 18 discussed with the parents the MEAT MARKET
poor service, dilatory repair something green in honor of parents, 4 teachers and the implications for the 1977-78 ,-; .
service, a 25 percent increasein school principal met to "
St. Patrick and Join the [un. Post Cereal Box Tops school term.
service rates, and a jump Total collected through Feb. discuss Student Discipline.The The next school advisory
from $43 to $65 for installationfees. -- Joe Kerrigan 5,330. Collected during Feb. discussion was very meeting Is scheduled for
The burden of these ex- (667 Classes collecting the lively but positive. Parents Tuesday, March 29, 7-8:30: .,
horbitant increases always ,, --- -- generally agreed that the p.m. in the school cafeteria.All .
seem to fall on those who can schools should have the parents are invited to CUSTOM CUTTING BEEF BY THE

least As afford pointed to out pay.by Public 4 ai .f= 1 authority to spank children attend. AND WRAPPING QUARTER HALF

Service Commissioner Paula The Restaurant Equipment Co. FOR HOME FREEZER OR WHOLE
Hawkins, "the telephone is no
longer a luxury," but a ns w. Mat.. "... ,
necessity, especially for the

elderly.people who We many are a times class face of Hotel Weight China! With Scalloped Edge Mas Moved To ,,,

extreme emergencies.Most .
of our clubs have an cups Doz. 13.95 Saucers Doz 8.25

Program""Assistance through and Reassurance which we Liquid Chicken Fruit Saucers 7.75 Bouillons 12.75 215 E. Washingto

call members every day to I Plates 5 W' 7,65 Plates 6Ya 10.25
find out if they are all right or
need help of any kind. Fertilizer Plates 7'/a 12.25 Plates 9" 19.40

Mrs. Hawkins proposed a 50 Platters 10" 27.35 Platters 11'/a" 36.30
percent cut in telephone rates
for retired and handicapped Delivered & Spread For You
persons and five-cent chargefor Less 10% Cash & Carry Across From Starke Builders ,,
every phone call exceeding
30 calls per month. We think $ 0001T01 468-1985 50,000 Other Items Too.
this is a fair estimate, according For The
to our income, and The Restaurant Equipment Co Finest Meat Available Come See Charles Blalock

trust that the PSC will take 6 Tons To The Trunk:
this under consideration. 115W.Msa1Js. U Custom Cutting And Wrappingeaaaaaaonl

Locally, we are battling W.A. Prevatt Hampton, Fla. Tl, J 1'1" l l11I\ 1'1"' ]'1'' ."" ; :,,,1"" ',caaaaaaa;
against a proposed 45 percent -..- --

increase in telephone service .;- .".. .". . 'I"' '" jo., ..., ,. M".-... ".'- ..;f
the Continental .
rates by "
> \ } i>.' -...1"i
Telephone Co., plus the fact $ ,, .... '. .' .
that we are being forced to .-...-i! J + .. > >, -"\ ,,',, ''' '.p' 't '\ .. .
accept the steeply increased ;';> tk'/ ;. .. A '. :.L" .J !!<...." ., ".1f"'':'i ,... .
utilities rates in the City of ': > : J
< nice.
/ .'
> ;
Starke.A il :.-r < ; Togetherness IS
petition was signed by our .
members supporting .\.
,. ., ,
Property Appraiser Jimmy J. But two
Alvarez in his plea to the leg- /" ..... : <, "
islative delegation that
authority to determine .: :-
property values be returned to 5- bathrooms

the counties.Ten I i; p
visitors and prospective I t.
members were welcomed at F would be I
our last meeting. They were

Sally Steve and and A.D.Sue KilgoreLake Angelovich, 2 ;7.. S better.

City; Ivy McKinney, Robert a .
Pew, George and Rita Nor- .5 M9iU
berg. New Jersey; and Helen rj
Valinsky. ,
Former consumers of Clay '.' y ;:,.":,: .
Electric Co-op, Keystone 1 ..I, .
.Heights Worthington Springs, .....wioo> ... ... ...;..........,. .,.'., ,.
etc., are entitled to dividends 11 ,j + y /' ....., ...... .
< '" .. .. H" ... .
being paid for the years 196( ,.. .
61 and first half of 1962. If you ". J '
were a consumer of Clay \ .1: :'YI
Electric current during these

years and have not withdrawnyour -= \' I
membership, but have A n
moved to a new location, '
possibly under a different : I Ijt
should ..
power company you .
receive dividend checks for :.
these years. If you don't receive 4 \ I I
checks, call Clay x
Electric, 4734911. These .,',. '5* '
checks are already in the .- I $ ;
mail. I 4 t ;
;. r, r
%,. 4 ,
Walter and Peg Richardson, ,. .
our Committee on the Sick, Y ,
reported that most of our ail ,.. .... } I
ing members are home and i .

pitalization.recuperating We after are their sorry hos-to .'. I

report that Walter Hoffmanhad .{ :
to have his second leg .t
amputated. He is home, but l y a t T I
needs care in a nursing home. '#11"" ,
Vernon Olin has been taking ':;
care of Walter's needs for .....' \
over a year. We all send our '
best wishes to him. I: +
: ,
Income tax help can be had r ..or... I
: \
every Thursday at the CUBB :.
office Temple Avenue, 1 p.m.to w, ) ,' .:t
4 p.m. Phone 964-6696. i j ohs, i''if''; "?-, ',"y I

Anyone over 60 years need -.L ,,f};., r.} ;..'
: ." -..
ing legal advice may contact 1 ...! I
John Nettles at the J.a
Homemakers office, Temple I' ... ..f.1v.
Avenue, phone 964-7684, on 4 4 / : "' Ql' :

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About This (Question:
"Already a home S

has been gutted by a S.

fire caused by the : -P

storage of gasoline in : S

the home because of .

the fuel shortage.

Can an insurance f

company refuse to pb

pay a loss caused by

such an obviously O
hazardous action?"

Charley E. We're making home improvement bans now Soycaavrorithervetoleavetteh' )?u love just becausethere's a traffic jam in the hall. Everymorning.;

JOHNS AGENCY Borrow from the bank you can get the most out of.

PHONE 9 4-5O7O Florida. Bank at Starke iJ ,

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March 3,1977 TKLKGIUPII Page1Aaat
ass aat aoc st aic a9t alt air a.c att a.r aas 9.[

Big Spring Sale .

.'. ,",.,.I .. .<',..", ":'- .:_.I

'.; Man H Priest C'T" '

; Starts Friday March 4th 1 I

w Listerine GO" Polyester Ladies Tricot e'\ ;;;; 0\ Aurora \

AntisepticDouble Knit '. I ____Toilet Tissue
a .,,J!" Panties & __ .!
., .
--.-C Fancies And Solid Colors -i I Ik
0' A Great Value- ', You Will Love This Value '''''' BikinisAll 2 2 Ply 00 : '
A Good Product ..,.. .,,.; h y:; ; R-I s In 51 ;
Sizes From 5
to Pack 2 Pk ;;
.- ; <: -Assorted g ,,
; a
5 9 ..-..=.=.. '':a 9 9 A Colors f ,
: I J yd I I.Ji'i1'.o.A"o, LaurelToilet I .I
32 Oz. IIllozaflQUAIIII '
1 Regular Price 59 : "id i
.. Tissue
LotionMild Each
Jergens M---' O' "
: i, 6r Soft ,
;}-- :- ; White -' ':
: Large Thirsty Soap Such A s 3. Rolls In Pack

Bath Towels Nice SoapSuch Pair A Great 51 J
Assorted Colors AndPatterns A Nice Price: An Slf Value 2 Pkgs.
"Honest To Priest Value" '
Just Like I Laurel I Kitchen
About Half PricePillow n For Nylon Paper TowelsA

29 96c Panties & Bikinis A Large Roll .

Tailored Styles- Very 2 51
Norelco Assorted Colors Special RollsNorthern :
Cases Light Bulbs Crotch Cotton Mills 1
3 9
Prints And Solids Inside Frost -Assorted \4 Worth I Facial Tissue ,
Much More I
Permanent Pressed ,
Watts Better Stock /U 200 Count
From Best Mills
2FarlSc 'V Big Dish Cloth _" 2Pk9 '$1 GO '

51 Pair i Deal .<
Why Pay 98' Machine WashableMetal :: ,.'
Get Some Of PermanentPressed "
, Photo These Foam (1/1'1"!/
& All Purpose Candy Cand .
Back Draperies
' 4 In <:
'I Frames Orange SlicesMarshmallow 59 1111W
PackagePkg. For
IB Oz.Bag Lasting Beauty Any
Peanuts Regular- Room
Sizes 5x7 and *- i i8x10
Worth 1O Oz.Bag 35 -
Marshmallow Our
, i( .00 EachVaseline Peanuts Rainbow Large; PlasticHousehold Regular SC88
10 Oz.Bag
9.98 Now
Qpf -
I M- Items u
; 3
; 00
, 51
For \r
I Vaseline Intensive
15 Oz. 9iELJ Laundry Care Oil '"| Size
I \A A Big Fine Saving Item -9 : Ladies Hosiery =1 y Basket 49<= -, Baby 51.19.!

I Very Special J
Vaseline Intensive
I Polyester: Non Binding WasteBasket Large Size .- Care Baby Shampoo
Knee High 39
Double Knit Hose $4 Family Size, sI.1 9
I Pants ,

Beautiful Colors And (\ 4 Pair '1 Qt. Pail ." Vaseline Intensive
Fancy Patterns 4. \
/ w/spout. Care Baby Lotion
!! 98 I EnkasheerPanty Family Size x1.19Z'
Girl Sizes 1 fj Hose Y In.! \'-.:::
4 to 14 f. I La1o '
14 Qt. r.rwM; Vaseline Intensive

Ladies S 9B Unbeatable Value RectangularDish Care Baby Powder]
Sizes $1 fl 49<= Family Size 51.19
18 Pan 4
8 to 3 Pair _.. / !
"Worth A Trip To Town" 11
We Have A SourcE'J t "Tonka Mites"Assorted
Men White On Small Rugs ''/ Toys
""';' I .
Cashmere ir tllt\' Handkerchiefs I That Is Unbeatable _, J- -r ._. .
Bouquet .< .....:;;=- !". .'!'.!..... Buy More ,
Talc I 4 In Package 3'' x 5' -- Than One ;
Body @I AM.00 Value IMIIIICIIIIS! Broadloom 5p Cargo Dump""Mixer At This Price i!
Rug Wrecker,Tanker .

Size-Super 5-1/2Oz. 251 69 <: 24" x 36" 51 49 Van Aerial Truck Ladder, Crane., .'2..28 i

Value Carpet Rug Chevy Picker, '

We Hope That You Will Come And'Celebrate With Us Satisfaction Guaranteed Just As It Has Been For 52 Years.

1 W. Call St.Van H. Priest Company

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Good Turn HugsToIleDifetribiitctl -. .. .' 'p-.>11' . __" "

This Saturday, March 5, is a
the Day that local Boy Scouts
will distribute Goodwill Good trik-
Turn Starke.clothing bags throughout o o

The Scouts will return.
March 12, to pick them full
up _
of clothing that will help _
Goodwill Industries In their L71'7' L' i r r ..-''G mlT1i7.Ja'tJJJ r a -y12L1 ,
program to hire the handicapped ** ff"T-'*- i I

David. Montgomery, local I I I I II I II I JOHNSON JOHNSON ::1"I
leader said the Scouts will I CREST
and also electrical take/ broken fixtures.toys, lamps If you, I CONTAC | II7I I MANICURE I II I JOHNSON&JOHNSON I II I COTTON ::1I I

a fail larger to receive item that a bag needs or have to be a j I COLD 1 TOOTH t I II I IMPLEMENTS I IYour II I BABY I SWABS I II

picked up Montgomery at 1 PASTE 1r .. .___._. I
\964-7663. CAPS Choice of nail file .-- ,
emery POWDER __ :
Pack of 200 double
I o:/Y j I I 7-oz.Tube Regular I II I board tweezers clippers. etc. I 1
Box 12 Hour /' (d 4 upped swabs. Limit 1
ofRelief? : r 14-ounce.Shaker ten Limit' '

Vets Eligible For Omit 1 :f; I II I r 7 1131 U11 I I WITH. $: I /WITH t S I.I.I''I I Iii

9-Month Benefit i93Cold '" SorMIMt.gLIMITi FOR 79 COUPON COUPON

Bonus I .! II I I oIiU i I I
I -- q --
I II I i I 11 I _
Thru .. CouponGoodThru CouponGoodThru Coupon Good Thru Coupon Good Tnru
Veteransareentitied Coupon Good
to nine .... Sat Mar 5. 191 '; Sat Mar 5. 1977 .... Sat Mar S. 1977 m... SatMarS. 1977 ';,, .... Slit Ma S1977 "
additional months of GI Bill "
_____ __ ______ 1.1
eligibility for most veterans ""' 1J1II' ---Ifi11. 1J1II' --- "" 1J1II' __ 1J1II' ----- i>> ,

originally entitled to 36 ,- mr r a -" I- '- lI"-% ,-Iamm.'IEIClI: r a.' -%
months for VA educational MZ'tL'w "l.J! 11c' : ''; I II

assistance(Federal benefit,according law. to a new I r ll .. I NATURAL \ I BARBASOL ,, I II I BRECK i D .I I.

The new legislation does not TRACT COSMETICS f I SHAVE CREAM SHAMPOO ,
change that portion of the law BLADES mJl19C1or I Firm I II I "JlJI.J.; I I 11-*. Reg -oz Bottle .1-I
requiring! that a veteran must I M Pack of 9 twin Limit blades 1 Medium. _3/100 I. 139$or Menthol. I 1179<:3 Types. 1I. : a
use his or her GI Bill benefits 1 cartridges. 4 Nail j Limit 1 f'JI. :
within 10 years of dischargefrom I I II I or I e I LIMIT TWO I.
service Therefore veterans CouponGoodThru I Coupon Good Thru 1 Coupon Good Thru Limit Coupon Good Thru Coupon Good Thru
w ho have been out of the Sat Mar S. 1977 :" _____ Sat Mar. 5. 1977 .... .... Sat Mar. 5. 1977 .... SailMarS. 1977 VVl';"
military service for 10 years '____R--"':: _1J1II' ___ /"" ._ -----Iltttt.1 \-----r/-----tfftt._ 1J1II" ..
are not eligible for the ad- !
ditional benefits., "- "JlJ -" - .
If eligible the new benefits r :':
could bring veterans an additional I NOXZEMA I
$2l.U!! to more than $500()
per month for nine months. SKIN CREAM I
The VA estimates that 6.1 II : NO> 'N LOW *
million veterans are currently 189C4mt2ted.
eligible for GI benefits, including I I .
used part of their eligibility Coupon Good Thru Skin care cream in a 12-ounce
100 packets of granulated sugar substitute. Sat Mar 5. 1977 1I ; I dispenser bottle
and 2 jvsho have not taken ad- I I / I
vantage of it at all. The new Limit 1 ---- 1J1II' "'

potential provisions value can have in excess a total of s : 1r I '- r al1J"I.: 1 9 LIMIT TWO I
4.500 to married veterans eI: .
with large families. I TYLENOL I
69 II ..... II 'Rose
Veterans eligible under the I-!"\ TABLETS I
"- ;
new criteria should call, visitor ""It. ...;3' Milk.
write the VA Regional' I 11 09801lleOf I .0'I I SI Cf (office P.O. Box 1417 St I Limit; 1 of I
Petersburg Kla 33731. The
t I I r
loll-free number the I I
Regional Office is to 1-BOO-2B2-)) VA Coupon Good Thru Sal\ Mar 5. 1977 __I _. __ K... Coupon Good. 1977 Thru M H ___ Coupon Good Thru Sal Mar 5 1977 1 nf>.l lI
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/r iMffIla.c'J:i r r r F-G r AS11'' E'F'.....-"1rlcrl- alI:. t r "- 'tltrJMIj.amm'r:2" "l.J! r rI '

I 3-ounce 1 Ii 4 Q By Clairol. II ; enea' 33C Bottle. 1 LIMIT application.TWO lQj] 53 Floral LIMIT or TWO Lilac. 488 WHITE OR BEIGE 79'<'<:: and sizes. I I
Reg 1 19
Traini.Pl.T( ) I I II I II I
Coupon Good Thru 4 Coupon Good Thru Thru Coupon Good Coupon
.. Coupon Good Thru Good Thru j I II
';. .... Sat Mar. 5. 1977 mi.\\l: Sal' Mar 5 1977 .... Sat Mar 5 1977 Sat Mftf-!5!. 1977
url..lu'l St a-----ftftt.. :: r/' -----Itt... ..J' ________:> / :'_________/:i f----- ; ''il

In ./Jiu'k-onv. > '- (0JlJ '-I 'i1lI'Il1JJl' !', "l.J! -'' "- "JlJ 'J'- *-l ..!!;!} '-U'Zll'l.1JMlZt.if.< + 1

The first Parent Effectiveness CURAD CUAAD- MOTII FRESHNER I n I

-truetor'sorkshop Training \PET in I the In- PLASTIC STRIPS TAMPONS .' < II 1 ...Kills moths "L.eantM;.:: s-ounce jII GLASS CLEANER ,\ WITH I
1 II
I 80)(0180. 1 : I "
northeast Florida area will be '<:i Ass) sizes. :J/ 129801l0f40 ,49*..& larvae :: 3'99C1 Reg omit, ,t 59'3 I REG '!\\2 o ITRIGGER.\ .. I I
held 1 the week of April 3.8 in ,49' Limit 1 Reg 79' 68C 89c. (Windn' SPRAYfIF.
Jacksonville according to I I II I I II Limit 2 II I II I Thru'iiiiI' I
:Mrs Scottie I'oage local Coupon Good Thrum Coupon Good Thru Coupon Good Thrum Coupon Good Thru .. Coupon Good ,.
... Sat Mar 5. 1977 ... Sat Mar S 1977 ....Sat Mar S 1977 I
J I1 (K: T coordinatorA ... ; l. Sal Mar 5 1977 Si / V;
-----Illttkir.l _____ _____ __ _
$7.;:> deposit is required to I- ---___ _'V
lor the and 1
register workshop
must t he mailed bv :March 8 to .. ,- i/Gfirrr r.r(0jJJ r r '
Scottie Poage. P.(). Box 51. t .
I orange!: Park. Kla :33)7.1) : I WOOLITE 8 "
The deposit t. part of the $:JIMI _
tuition tee is refundable I i II LIQUID. 'r't' ) .-"tI-.... ........ I
through :March 18 TheIsdancc STYLE I Choate. plastic Reg. 109 PAK EPSI .. II' ?: ...r"; --:,\? I
of the tuition due "
the first dav of the workshop is", 11,67 Limit 1 = -2 f, : r 'C J I ,
'K .
\\nrkshnp, ,supplies and final HAIRSPRAY Thru ; I
information the i'' p
Sat Mar
meeting place and defin'teagenda I _", ,. .:_'='___ _I COLAJ I :
will U- mailed out be I
lore the workshop, 13 OZ / ;' \
I lam "
Parent Effectiveness: eI: REGULAR DIET I
Training is a course developed UNSCENTED OR VINYL GRIP I
I IA )Or Thomas Cordon to 59 SUPER HOLD I REG 3
I each communication and LIMIT TWO'\ SCREWDRIVERS 13 I
skills *
problem-suit topirentc
of children of any ageI'urpine I 7' A 9.""..Heavy blades duty I LIMIT TWO PAKS I
of the workshop is to I ....J'' FOR, Reg 49' ea j I 7-UP
train and .iulhon/e in 1 I I. I ah.
'I I
.Iructorsfor these classes Thru I
Coupon Good
Coupon C.ood Thru Sal Mar 5 1977 Coupon Good Thru Sat Mar 5 1977 ,
ttruitors There are in not the enough:Northeast: in .. _ _ II ii'i'::: I'_t-.... ,Sa----______/11 II _ _ '_' .

t the Florida growing area to demand keep. up with for I- rr % #r T.a.<.0jJJ ra e. -- ,- 7 t.0jJJ rr -, *-laml'l.1JMr:2"t."lJ I S".-, ,-am.M'iU'lrm'' -. .

PKT Pontse(: lasses.\\e believe" said the:Mrs in I LYSOL /' I I LYSOL ..::;.":.. I II I DOG OR CAT II I 10POUNDSCAT .v'.e I II I 5-LBS, WILD ;'" I.

structor's workshop will fill TOILET BOWL DISINFECTANT ... FLEA R LITTER '' BIRD SEED '
this need" CLEANER auri I I 14-ozspray I II I 21/ COLe 1 Absorbent \: I II I II e.:E// ': I
At the close of the will workshop.participants be 2/ 16OZReg 119I can Reg 159 10 Or Vaoorett 49*: Reg 69' r l J 5 8<: Llmot 1 I
77 Limit i --- i .
authorized 1'1T; instructors FOR 99 Limit 2 j ,::.. FOR Reg 99' REG 94c ,.:.' .:' I
t- "
able to plan and teach their I : I II I / 'I' I 'I '
Good Tnru CouponGoooTnru Coupon Good Thru Coupon Good Tnru
Coupon Coupon Good Thru ...
own classes when and where Sat Mar S 1977 ... Sat Mar 5 977 l+" r;i K... Sat Mar 5. 1977 I m... Sat Mar 5 1977 _" Sat Mar 5 1977 ** : I
thl"I I h. --_- -t?-r.7 _____-_ _""" _____-_ 1J1II' --_______1J1II' '-____ A"_' lj'V:.
(For additional! informatIOn.
phone .64|; .78V;;\ '-lnf7lf'liIr:2"Inf7Trt t /{' ,'rr"JJ.J r -, I-GT11R2r{ : .I.l rs r -, ,- mlTr.1'rIt..J1j r' -, ,-amtmJr:2"t.'ll{ ;'



LJkIEve I MOUTHWASH 24-ounce plus 8-ounce I 7 I I ,I DEODORANT; I BULBS If I 1 -: J I MEN'LADIES I & j. I 1

bonus Decantor bottle I 5-ounce size Scented. Choose 60.75.or 100 Stretch Panty Hose i 4' 1
I Limit 'I'I (Unscented & Quick Dry Limit 1 I Watts. Inside frost I Reg 79' r II I 0 0 I
i .
\ l Saturday I I 93 I 63 ba I / 99 ..1 2/100/ I '- ? III!11 .. ; I 1 1I

Might I _avns_-- I I BULBS II I 1 OFF REG PRICE :. ..= ) I II

Late MJodel I I -- I REG 2 BULBS FOR $1 00 II' I I With Coupon ) t 1
Bomjbers/ A Coupon Good Thru I
Good Thru Coupon GOOd ThrU
CouponGoodTnru Coupon Coupon Good Thru t..4 y
m Sal Mar 5 1977 .... Sal Mar 5 1977 ... Sat. Mjr 5. 1977 ... Sat Mar 5 1977 ,, Sat Mar 5. 1977 4:-. .,
____ __ ______ \ I
Thunder Cars ----- ._ _____ 1J1II' t- 1J1II' -----ti.."" ___ iaMi-.S:_ /

9 Races Every TWICE THE PRINTS Film Prints Kodak Film
Sat. Night.
e- Get *n extra set of print with; every roll of, When you pick up your developed, film'' and print.
Gates Open 4 P.M t' color or black and white film developed and buy two rolls of Kodacolor or black and white film
Time Trails 7 P.M. :'A.. TWICE THE FILM printed TODAY AND EVERYDAY for EVERYDAY the regular' price' of one TODAY AND

Races 8 P.M. ,


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NI41.N W.111 .....u..r.r.s. radar" r

.' Nearly 10%

Of 1976 Tax

", t : ..e'NIrnfm z Returns Some Errors Contain,

I IRS ReportsNearly

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.\ .! -.. IBBRQBRHBB B3Hwlnh n.r_ mptmmtUmmmifUm
.. #- r ac..w':'" : t11>w tllav ". 11toy3.

I I' ,5.' early income 10 percent tax of the re-
II .A11T I I turnsssampled from Florida

II II"I 1 rl ..r i GILLETTE II I I FW'BEACH I\ I\ SYLVANIA I contained Internal some Revenue errors Service.reportsthe
POTATO The IRS says the main problem
I : BATH CRICKET LIGHTER SLOW MAGIC IT: involves the general tax
ICHIPS Potato I t r l II I WITH FREE GOOD NEWS I II I I m w* credit which was altered by
I} ltips j SOAP : cII!'" COOKER CUBES the 1976 Tax Reform Act. In
I RAZOR mi computing the credit on their
( /IN.PAK) Reg.2/tor 67' I r I II I Crock liner Model No.444 1 I I 3 cubes-12 flashes IH s J tax returns, people now have
Limit 2 { N
I IIl I'I Limit 4 bars Reg 1 49 Reg 1499 the option of taking the higherof
I I I JB *% aft two percent of the first
II 6 gel: < I BARs79 77 888 $35 for each regular ex-
.. I WITHOUT PRICE I I I -fcs- I O I cemption entitled. to which a person is

9''t12..BEG 89c LIMIT 2. I COUPON 1 07 The earned income credit,
'I MIJ"ON GOOD THRU MAR !s 77 +/ :''I ... Sat.Coupon Mar Good 5. 1977 Thru I I Coupon Good Thru I Il Coupon Good Thru Coupon Good Thru which can mean as much as
. .. --(-t1A _'V Sat Mar 5. 1977 F Sat Mar 5. 1977 t Sal Mar 5. 1977 ( $400 for some 300,000
. t __ffs_ \-Ilk/ -., --.. %lllwHs t | 'jQ 1e ie llf9 118th tlflltlla lfftt.. d Floridians, Is being over
looked some qualified
by per.
:" (fJJJ a a r t;;" '-I mrm'JlI'.l!)a -% '-L -WJ a. -% ;"-I lI''l.J r a -''' ''r' "GIi: : lilts sons entitled while to others the who credit are are not

I'F' MARS 6-PACK .1J1-;;:( I ASSORTED I II I PLANTERS COCKTAIL 1110-PAGE ... I GAF 110-20 '" erroneously claiming it. The {

CANDY BARS BEACH TOWELS I PEANUTS ALBUM ;a' w COLOR FILM IRS cautioned taxpayers for the credit to be
I ". ,{, sure they qualify
: IlEtt Milky. J"' J I I I can. I I With linen 20 before they claim it.
gReWay.Se; : I : J20or|: 8 ft Pe 8.z'1.29 II 11167 covered bind t:r",..." ;: -1109 exposures I According to the IRS, some
I. ...r REG. $/.09 LIMIT TWO er Reg 1 1.99 REG.179' Floridians are apparently
II II I II I ( computing their standard
Cclpon Good Thru LIMITS REGULAR PRICE Coupon000d'rhru I J I
, '
AwMarS 1977 Coupon Good Thru Coupon Good Thru deduction incorrectly this
TWO "COUPON GOOD THRU MAR 6 1(77 ; .. Sal. Mar.5 1977 .], 1977 Sat Mar. 5. 1977 ,
.'' ----- -I, 'w..g..t1111tt --.. ;;;-/ -----..-..._/, 4-l----..._.... '-_--- "A. _..d year.married For persons instance filing jointly for,
.. the deduction is the of
I,' :. -r- -. *mm\\ \\t** r - $2.100 or 16 percent larger of their
ir 1 adjusted gross income up to a
w ( HAMILTON BEACH i minimum deduction of$2,800 1
I p
II LITTLE MAC However, according to the
II ECKERD ( PRESTO IRS, some people are takingthe
I ,
I II $2,100 without computing ;
pBBi'RACK '' '. to see if the percentage
TOILET TISSUE 1111G ETC. ;H FRY BABY 1 method will give them a 1
I Thru REG. _I larger deduction.Or they may
J6 Roll Pack. White and assorted colors: Reg. 1 09 ECKERD .. ... Sat Mar. 5, 1 1977 1 Fries with only 2 cups of cooking oil end up taking less than the
Pack BATHROOM FACIAL: OUALITY. I ...----- / I Snap on 'lid 'for storing oil Reg 21.99I $2,100 minimum by staying
TISSUE r with the percentage. The IRS
I i"m6 / I #- I added people that use in the some percentage instances

KODAK A18R method to claim in excess of
r DROLL! f1pYF I TRIMLITECAMERA the $2,800 limit.
I The IRS urged taxpayers to
rI 1'::. .' KIT79
? be careful with their arith-

I }*t Ir1 r O-188 REGAM _____ There metic are on this more year's computations returns.

I If*Coupon Good Thru 1 I 26.99 Coupon{Good Thru / I required this year and one
,a fjjal. Mar 5 1977 __ Coupon Good Thru Sat Mar. 5, ___ sure way to slow down any refund -
I' Sat Mar, 5.Itlttt.f111ir. 1977 .l a / you might have coming is
.., -----.II I i': =- I>...Lr... l'- /J/ = - 1I to make an error on your tax

I II ,-I mMilt'rI.ru r a -" '- ISBT& ?st \ '-lIWInmn r ,- atJJ.J r a 18 ,- jTrn.l.Qld! -,,\ return, said the IRS.


I ., 73'in Q With wheels I F888SW! -= II /. Box Of 100 I Covert 2200 375
I \\QQ .t
I 0097' assorted 11118 O & 3 Free 69(, fluted .. :-'Jar \ Sq Ft No 61 "" 4 11'I EmployeesFlorida
I colors BBQ tools [ :ftI Limit 1 Reg 1.29 1\ Reg. 4 83 ,_.
,. 1
'I I .. Reg 1.49 Reg Power and Light
II 1488. YI I II I
.,, on Good" TPIru1971f Coupon Good Thru .. Coupon Good" Thru Coupon Good Thru" Coupon>SoodThru Company announced a 375
P2r Sar'Mar. 3:1977 1 r.tat Mar. S t977 leSatMe ALi:19L .__ ....S.il,..Ma/ .yt9714..It. position layoff that began
---S---/ _'----_-..;;;_/ -\_____ ,L ___-.a __=_/ _..18.rt__I/, Monday,Feb.28,on.a gradual
= basis in an attempt to
I II ,.-'! _; ".'I'I''lII3l1IIlrnfm' .. ; I-'I'I'-'lI' Kaim-...."' --I mMilC"ac.w_: as ta iii c. 1 '-I mtmV r f.LLl minimize"This is disruption.a traumatic step to

I I 13-FOOT FENCE DECORATIVE I II I 1-QUART CHARCOAL ? I II I FLEX-LINE /"II I 2-H.P. GASPOWER EDGER .11 I METAL TORSION LEAF SPRING I take available, but no,"other said alternativeis R.W. Wall.
aC'lI"j"\ GRASS TRIMMER/ and!
I Sectionsof nSfrtTn-n, I I LIGHTER, [ :', I II I 600 I I ,O OBnggs, & .( 411 I chairman senior of vice-president the company's.
Vr plastic 'fence u..u i+ Boy2688N0 |O O Stratton engine .' 11388 REG senior management committee

.. Rey 88'ea .Jo.I,. '11 I Limit I II I Limit" 29 1 88 II I Reg.Limit 11988 1 "l 4 88 I Wall.said, that the decisionof
I \\.POf'Gaud Thru Coupon Good Thru Coupon Good Thru J Coupon Good Thru :" CouponGoodThru" the Florida Public Service
. L Qat Mar 5 t<>77 T'Mijiff'' %Sat Mar. 5. 1977 Z.. Sat Mar 5. 1977 ..... Sat Mar. 5, 1977 i S 'K.. ..... Sat Mar S, 1977 Commission to grant only a 37
-.----ttti--=_-, ----tt81A----/ -Ili iii tti 11tIf11---- --ltllti-l-..-:---", \-Iflllttti-------/ percent of the requested inter
1m rate relief required that
-- '-lBfm (' a:"};' '- FPL institute drastic actionsto
r'" r I 1 I I cope with this "unexpectedturn l
I SELF-PROPELLED i-1\I I of events," according to
| tt ) 1 LAWN MOWER HPjk I I QUAKER STATE 30W II Wall.FPL had sought PSC approval .
l MULTI-POSITION I .3'il of $235 million in interim -
lOOReg rate relief as part of its
" IICOMBI I I LOUNGER I I Limit 1 i] MOTOR OIL I full $349 million rate increase
,, / request. Feb. 21 the PSC approved -
Coupon Good Thru I Qt cans of heavy duty motor oil
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Ceramics Plant May Become Nucleus .: County Agents


Of Industrial Park Near LawteyA ',,,,/:'.\ Notebookby

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dream that was five yearsin where the company still the risk of expanding too fast.We'd truck .' Bobby L. Taylor
the making is several ceramics- way transportation. Phone 964-6354
now taking
operates .
rather take it easy and Garrard said. I 1! '
shape on a seven-acre site oriented businesses. His first pay as we go," he added cautiously p Warmer weather the last
along U.S. 301 North, between year in operation sales totaled As to how they came to pick couple weeks has allowed
Starke and Lawtey, where the $30,000; last year the volume this site they were "just r h more field activity throughoutour
Garrard brothers, Charles had risen to $1 million; and Expansion is definitely in browsing around" for a loca- 4 area. Farmers are turningand
and Sam, are building a 9,000 this year he expects to double the brothers' future plans, tion and saw the for-sale signposted discing the drier fields for
square foot ceramics mold that figure. however, and the Garrards i xnnx
on the Lawtey property has spring planting of vegetablesand
plant with eventual plans for foresee an industrial park on
live "We have field
"Canada is just their within the next years ago. been crops.
an industrial park in that loca. opening up property and
tion. as a ceramics market," few years. It is ideally situ- waiting time to working all that Looks like there Is more

Garrard says, and 60 percent ated,just south of Carradine'son for the get everything lined :- interest in crop productionthis
"Ceramics is one of the of his present output of molds 301, between two "musts"for Garrard said.Garrard move. Charles year and we should see

.. fastest growing industries in goes to Canada and Ohio. "We their industry the rail- increased acreage in cucumbers -

the nation," says Charles could have used a building road bounds their property on is also the distri- squash, beans, pepper,
Garrard, who speaks from three times as large as the one the east and 301 on the west. butor Georgia-Pacific watermelons, field corn and

experience after 10 years in we are building here," Gar "We couldn't operate withouta plaster, the raw material ',. 1+ ,y tobacco. We have had more
the business in St. Petersburg, rard said, "but we're afraid of railroad siding, and high- from which molds are made, 10' o4'k soil samples so far this year

and that is one reason they ( .. from, farmers and home-
want other mold-makers to .1--: owners than we have had in

) move on the property with several years.
editorial J them. It would enable .
Garrard to order plaster in Many folks are remem-
larger quantities at more bering that last year was poor
favorable rates. At present /J';(':. for growers of squash, cucumbers

they are using from two to and watermelons in our
Parental Apathy four carloads a month, area. Some of the problem last

figuring out to an average of year were expanded pro-
some 100 tons every 30 days. duction and speculation in

Or Indifference? They do not consider'other Garrard brothers, Sam and Charles, discuss plans for ceramic mold plant, now under con- vegetables throughout and the watermelons state. Poor
mold makers as competition, struction on U.S. 301 North.Coders'.
since they all have different growing conditions in some
designs "and there is room areas also caused poor qualityand

With one exception, the school thing about the interest most parents enough for all." uneven marketing condi-
have in the records their children tions at times.
citizens' advisory meetings held are

throughout the county on February 22 making in school, both academically' as sculptors"We have in one the of world the best," \ view weather Growers will are straighten hoping that out our to

were extremely disappointing from the well as conduct-wise. Charles Garrard said. "He is allow production and harvestof

standpoint of parent turnout and input. an elderly Hungarian, Rudy crops south of us to be complete -
We will not attempt here to point the Cegar, whose family is still in before our crops are
business in after
notable blame for the conditions Budapest 400 ready to market. They are
The one exception was finger of worsening of Garrard
where 30 in- conduct if in fact such years operation. LET'S WORK TOGETHER CONCERNED ABOUT also hoping the acreage of
Lawtey Elementary some of student ( says it takes a special talent to FOR 'ItANCIS CAN'T nUN CITY these will be low enoughin
terested parents attended and gave worsening exists). It is easy to oversimplify sculpt an original pattern for a TEACHER'S PAY ON HOT Am other crops areas to create a demand -

principal Jim Duncan needed support. and place all the blame on mold, and the average Telegraph Editor: Dear Sir: for our produce.Our .
sculptor cannot do it without Dear Editor
"parental apathy" and-or "laxness of special training. I'm writing Concerning the This letter is in reference to :
cold winter has
The response at Bradford High Schoolwas school discipline." Both may be factors letter printed in the February our concern about the Brad I am appalled at the scuttle- had

perhaps the sorriest of all, where and not to be overlooked is the con- In fact it takes about six to 24 issue of the Telegraph ford County teachers' pay. We butt in Hampton, that our some berry affects this on our straw The
12 months of on-the-job headed "Help A Man Who feel that the teaching field is Honorable Mayor is willing to crop year
four five turned out bombardment of
people by
only or parents stant young training for an efficient Cares" and signed "An In- in that sell the Water Works back to plants have withstood the cold
representing the parental background of the lowest standards of sex violence, worker in any phase of cer- terested Parent Who Hasn't very leaders of our community, Hampton for $60,000. Possibly temperatures well, but have
1,200 students. crime of drugs, profanity Garrard twice his purchase price, even not been able to grow and size
some vulgarity, use amics mold-making, Forgotten This person could state and federal levels, all
and every other depravity by movies, said. The company now not sign his! (or her) name, but walk through the doors of the though at the purchase, a like they should. The plantsare
employs about 25 in its St. I CAN and WILL school before shroud should have covered it, now ready to grow and
mine.I public ,
This apparent show of parent apathyin television, magazines, and even sug-- sign system bloom and should producesome
Petersburg operation and in reverence to its old age.
the face of what has been described as gestive song lyrics. The wonder is that will be hiring eight or, ten have never publicly voicedmy entering Good these students leadership make Talk about a conflict of interest berries about April 1st if

"worsening conduct" in some schools is any of them are able to maintain reason- additional for its Starke plant opinion before, however, I for positions.good citizens thusly, a the City Charter we can avoid heavy frosts or

hard to explain. Our mathematics isn't able standards of morals and acceptable which hopefully will be !in came to Starke 20) years ago. better community More stu- mentions if any complaints or freezes.

sharp enough to compute what percentfour 'conduct under such brainwashing.But operation by April.. "If not, Why? Because I was condi- dents are trained percentage problems about the Water
tioned to believe that There is good bit of inter-
we'll be in trouble, Charles women! wise through the Public Works arise, the Mayor is a
of the total 2,400
parents comprise Garrard said, since most should remain silent. School system in these United supposed to instigate action, est in pecan trees this year. Alight
(assuming each child has two parents) in spite of inability to trace the ceramic molds are bought in I've seen things here that I States than through the yet our Mayor is the owner! crop and very high prices

that could have attended the meeting at blame to any one source, it is still sur- the summer months by retail believe in and things I do not private school sector. I hope any authorized appraisers last season has promptedfolks

BITS to help faculty members find the prising and distressing that parents do outlets for the Christmas and believe In. But I've kept themto will check the to think about improvedtree
winter trade "From April to Let the record show that we situation carefully with pick care and orchard
answers to immediate problems, as wellas not aggressively seek to remedy the myself and God.
This includessoil
November is our busy would like to see the teachersget and shovel assistants, to up- management.
help devise a "Rules of Conduct"standard conditions they so vocally deplore. The I believe that is the feel to determine a
season, he added. "We spend this an ugly raises we they are root the corpus delicti, and sampling
that each school must formu-' School Advisory Committees have given the winter months rebuilding, thing that is being done to Mr. entitled to. We also feel that in note the conditions of the lime and fertilizer program.

late and have approved by July 1, according them a medium through which to speak repairing, and generally CE. Francis. I like Mr. order to keep good teachers in water mains, especially repaired Spanish moss control, and

to a Florida statute passed at and be heard.It tooling up.," Francis and always have. I this county, we have to pay sections, and judge the controlling insects and
have grown married children decent salaries; so often we results on these pipes, when diseases during the growing
the last legislative session. The plant now under con who are respectable people, have an influx of teachers in full pressure is applied. season. I always suggest

is disappointing to school personnel, struction will represent an and grown step-children who the itinerancy here In our Mayor Bruno said he didn't proper fertilization of trees,

We know all parents are busy; we as well as others, genuinely concerned investment of around $90,000, attended school under Mr. county. So often we serve as a care if the mains were 70 or each year even if spray equip-

know some of them are frustrated and about the future of our society as a Garrard said, exclusive of Francis in Hampton I don't training center because good 170 years old. they were in fine ment is not available or
think will be done that in mold-making equipmentwhich think I have to mention teachers get their early train- condition. "The burden of the economical enough to control
"nothing anyway; we whole, parental apathy, any
he described as "price-, names, I'm sure you know my ing here and move on to other proof is on the owner, so he diseases and insects \\'ell.fed
know some were ill or otherwise indis- degree, does apparently, exist,.. less'! with no way of fining its i \ family. All taught under the counties because they can get should arrange.. topay a, trees seem. o withstand pests
[)losi-d; and we know that others like to "' value. It is all handmade, he? influence of Mr. Francis. better pay ,There are competent engineer to check better than (!hose that are

stay home and watch television "on their It sounds trite perhaps, but is' nonetheless said, and can't be replaced members in our congregationwho the entire system, and reportif starved.
With teachers
time off but, after all four out of true "the child you save or except by reconstruction from help, and good the help of ,other our have children that are it is salvagable, and if so the
the has been
original models, which students in this school system cost. This winter really
:!,.JOO'? Certainly that must say some- help save may be your own. they have on hand. friends our children have be- and these parents are con- Bruno denies it, but he told worse for our cattlemen than

come what they are today. It cerned about their children me he couldn't care less about any of our other farmer
The current winter, the takes ALL in the community Winter forages like
receiving a good education, the actual condition of the rye rye-
worst on record during thenation's working together, caring, and and clover has Ix'en
and this can only be done system-what he wanted was grass
history, was tough on sharing for the community to almost nonexistent.lost:
through good teachers. franchise, and he has it for
the ceramics; industry. amount to anything good. cattlemen depend heavily on
An Idea 30 years. When he bought it,
Today Africian Methodism has always these and usually have
he wasn't crops
"Some plants in Ohio and I believe Mr. Francis is a naive
been concerned with enough to think it would last 30 only small feed reserves like
other northern states had to fine man and I love him and
Tomorrow A ? shut down completely for his family. I wouldn't want to education since our founding additional years but I believehe hay or grain on hand Many
Reality several weeks because of the see this happen to a memberof in 1786. and we at Allen Chapelare has lost the franchise, as he have had to spend more than
concerned about has not lived to his they can afford just to keep
lack of heating fuel, Charley my family. Would< you? education and up pur-
a chase agreements. Every their herds alive, and some
Garrard said. "Ceramic
Every now and then someone comes there is undoubtedly a feeling of disap-- molds are 40 percent water You know, I believe we will community, through good water user, past and presentis cattlemen are culling good
soon be in a new system. You, training. Many of us in our entitled to hefty refunds be- cows to cut the herd site and
up with an idea that sounds like "a pointment, since they do not see enoughof when first cast he explained -
congregation are in
that funds feed the
"and if the are doing this, could have cause of intolerable conditionsand provide to I'l'l'otuf
natural and makes wonder their The old-time barracks temperature this .
us why we own era. in below similar things happen to you county.In the ensuing mental the herd
else didn't think of it before. have fallen to the modern and a plant gets 32,
or more ,
someone the water freezes, expands, or your family But God said, essence, we feel the anguish.
their have been the "If sow seed then Bruno built in inflated Most cattlemen realize that
weapons replaced by and cracks the mold. One you good teachers are entitled to a pay an cattle numbers had
Such an idea is the one presented by more sophisticated. At best, they have Ohio plant was out of production you "will reap the good har- raise. We also feel and ear- clause of a 5 (percent rise throughout the country built and up
the World for seven weeks this vest. nestly believe that in the final annually, so at the end of the
Steve Backus, a member of the Florida only a fading memory of what oversupply was one of the
franchise today's children will
National Guard, who proposes a War II training site was really like. winter, he added. Let's all work together and would analysis be, the Bradford greatest County bene- be paying$12 or more monthly biggest problems. I hope that

Memorial Museum to be established at The cold adversely affectedeven support Mr. Francis and see factor, in that a good four times the initial rate. this winteron1 cause a

Camp Blanding in tribute to the A Memorial Museum would give thema the Garrards' Florida him through this. educational atmosphere is Any premature increase, shortage of cattle in the next

thousands of men and women who "focal point" to visit on such return operation "because wecouldn't I am also for Mr. Cacey and exemplified In the total assuming all problems are shortage few years of that red will meat result in a
the corrected
truck lines should
trained there prior to and during World trips instead of driving aimlessly aroundan accept shipments get for fear of to for the new rules and changesin community, making for an void this graduated, 5 null percentrise. and our country.
over-all better
War II. area that no longer looks familiar. In losses carrying molds into the school program. It's not community. He can then petition the

addition to these returning veterans, those northern states," the children's fault they're out Yours for a better community City Council for any future Speaking of cattle feed

Backus\ points out that at this time such a memorial would also be of in- Garrard explained "Buffalois in the street.it's the Or the school'sfault price relief Through Bruno's most cattlemen are looking at

Camp Blanding is once again flourishing terest to the general public, and would shipments our brokerage into Canada point, and for Put -the blame parents'where fault.the The Pastor, officers and on influence the aborted, Hampton fire truck lost $6,000- program their total and forage will try production to grow

as a military training command for the even be of educational value to school you can imagine the situation blame is due. Members of: Greater Allen Hampton has a purchase 1962 more feed this year. Dave
National Guard. New and modern barracks students who could make field to Chapel African Methodist Jones
trips there. There were nine I'm sure that some of the dump truck lemon originalcost our Extention
: and other facilities have recently Blanding to see the weapons, photographs weeks this winter when ones who are doing this to Mr. Episcopal Church 749 Pine $800, plus $200 repair, Agronomist from the Univer-

been completed, and more are under maps, and other artifacts of a Garrard could not ship be- Francis have children but Street R.G. Heastie, Starke,Pastor Fla., the Rev. plus $300 to $500 more just to sity of Florida will present a .
construction under a long-range bygone era. cause of the cold, when they are away from secure a tag. and still a 1962 program on forage production
their parents, they do things truck with dubious longevity. at the Cattlemen's meeting
In addition to the Florida Na-
program. that their parents don't know Thousands next Thursday night, March
tional Guard and other State Guards, A local committee has been named to Neic Chumes Set about. Wake up, parents! If :,;,:.;:::;::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::'::::::::::;:;:;:;:'8im: ,:.::;.' Folly, the Hampton Recreational 10 The program will cover

thousands of troops from all branches of discuss this proposal with officials at In / CoursesA you don't believe me just go ; Area what a beehive liming, fertilization, weed
the armed forces are utilizing its facili-- Military Headquarters in St. Augustinein Night park one night at McDonald'sPizza $: VKTEKANV:'; AFFAIRSy. ?; l of activity! Drive around control, insect and disease

ties throughout the year. the hope that, through mutual cooperation tin It Education; Hut, TG & Y Parking lot ; by'WillUmS. Haas ':f Hampton note a paved dead control, varieties, and grazingand
or any of the sandwich shops f-:: County Veteran end street, where Bruno hap- harvesting practices. All
such a project would be found The Bradford and you will see things from :::: Service Officer rJfy' pened to own acreage, and cattlemen are urged to attend
school ;:
Although Blanding has been inactiveas feasible. As with everything worth- system in conjunction County with your own children you won't <:, x drive elsewhere in the City, the meeting at 7 p m in the

a regular Army installation since while, there are many considerations to the State Department of believe. Then you may not be where there are many more Agriculture Building in

World War II, there is still a great deal be taken into account before a final decision Education, announced so quick to say something To clarify an oft-time mist families involved, still on dirt Starke.
about someone else when that understood question about the streets. Bruno bought the
of in the time canton- is made such things as finan- Tuesday the opening of new
interest one huge does Water Works
the best
classes in Adult Education. person he or she rights of a child of a veteran, on a com Our Bradford Union Cattle-
ment. Men who were once stationed cing, procuring and maintaining a suit can.I "Any child of any veteran parative shoestring, one sixth men's and Swine Producers

there frequnetly bring their families by able building to house the memorial- Courses to be offered In- forever cash, yet he jumps the gun Association are
remains child of mighty busy
here on their visits to Florida to show museum, caretaking services, and other clude: auto mechanics, car- I don't care who's in office, veteran, regardless a of cir-a each year, as I believe his these days with preparationsfor
pentry, welding, horticulture if we don't give them com- any purchase was in May hisfirst
the wife children these so the annual Steer and
and where "daddy"trained items. Taken altogether, things cumstances whatsoever, and Swine
truck and bus mechanics, munity support, they can't doa yearly rate rise should be
during the war, and to see themselves might sound formidable but taken one sewing, police officer good job alone. retains all rights and benefitsto in May, not the first of the Shows ford to be held Fair at the Brad-

"if there's anything left" at the by one, as most problems are, they training typing, shorthand, which such a child is entitled in JanuarY. April County 2nd. 37 steers, March 30-
could job and 25
If we get mOre people '
in NovemberOne
knew it. be insurmountable.As bookkeeping commerical
camp, as they should not vehicle interested in young people, market hogs have been en-
driving and many find out what the young people can't indefinitely run tered this year. I hope you
Under VA
more. For most regulations, a
veterans bring their families on The proposal deserves most serious is a small entrance courses fee.Special there think want need, we child of a veteran always remains the and City other The side-lines Water Works have plans to participate in
this from time could help them so much by child of on promises these activities this year. I'll
"pilgrimage" to time, consideration. a a veteran, and hot air. If this
classes in adult giving them a little support.Do the child was talk about details in later
even may be
possible Bruno should be in
basic education, which In- some volunteer! work. Any- thou by someone
to solve the
clude reading, writing, arith- thing but sit on your "can"and else. This applies to a child Washington
crisis. Bruno and I f =
oRID' BRADFORD CQ metic, check writing, "and. when lay "He did a bad aren'tdoing job, w'l1o may be adopted out'of the both energy moved into Hampton e61,M la! &:::::;:)
others will be held. you yourself .. t.-
Up one thing to help. veteran s family, before or about the same time, and .... .
4 For more after a veteran's death. Hampton would easily survive ..

irtrrapic ,contact the Bradford information It's time to put God and the Regardless of the cir- without us. What has Bruno
County You
School Board or Millard "Three R'." back into the cumstances he Is still the child done individually for Hampton can buy in automatic
Brown at the Vo-Tech Center school before it's too late. But of a veteran and Is eligible for during his tenure? Built timing device so that when
> rare 964-oISO. to do this, we all ALL needto Hampton up with the reputation you are away from home
BOB' G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER work together. benefits payable under all of having major the light will turn on when it
x101" Publishers laws administered by the water problems. I at least gets dark.This deters burglars.
/ Ruby Hersey Veterans Administration.For .
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at blarki, Ra under e KNozKK Hampton, Fla. have tried to improve
Actof' March 3, 1879 Hampton without any double i
Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: $'she months. additional informationon talk..
:? the above or questions I
Outside trade area: >8 per year; $4,SO six months. "One kind any
word can warm regarding veterans
Never the door matters,
Phone 964 6305 Starke, Pa.r open automatically -
I to a knock. Know three winter months"Japanese contact your local County William H.Summers Between
whom you admit. Proverb Veteran Service Office. Hampton,Florida 1880 and 1890
5,246.813 Immigrants entered :
the United stt'f.

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More Girls Enter Strawberry Queen Beauty Pageant Social Security Is Main

Three more contestants Jr. Is senior at Bradford man daughter of Mr. and
trants. The three girls entered a :
have entered the competition this week are: High School and is listed Mrs. EL. Norman will reign Problem To Citizens
for the title of Bradford Miss Cathy Futch, daughterof among Who's Who Among over the 1977 fair and the new
County Strawberry Queen to Mr. and Mrs. Mack Futch fit American High School queen to be crowned in cere- "Social Security continues pleased with the attitude of J
be held ,J'th7 monies March 26 will reign
March 26 In Students. Ann is of
con is a junior at Bradford High f 'IG president to be the that concerns President Carter and the
junction with the Bradford School where she is a memberof the Little Women 8 club. Her over the 1978 Bradford County the most people" said Bo spirit of cooperation in Washington e
County Fair. Civinettes. Cathy has beena Interests include water skiing, Fair. said Johnson. '
Johnson, assistant to Senator
The 14th annual pageant Is Junior Princess and cheer. gardening repousse Previous entrants are: Miss Johnson two
Lawton Chiles, after he spent According to
sponsored by the Junior leader. Her interests include decoupage and cooking AnnIs Shan Edwards daughter of areas that Chiles is working I
about two hours listening to
.. Mrs. Curtis Edwards
Woman's Club ;
of Starke the
ands tennis Softball gymnastics being sponsored by problems from area citizens on is the misuse of disaster
room for eight more en- drawing and oil painting. Bradford County Gail Lavender Telegraph.Miss ,. ; daughter Miss Pam of Mr. Chapman and Mrs. Thursday Feb. 17 in the funds and trying to verify
the extent of
courthouse. county by county
A.W, Chapman of Raiford
daughter of Aziel and J.F. ; loss during the recent
Lavender, is a freshman at :,:: : Miss Brenda Roberts, Johnson said after meeting cold pasture spell.
Lake City Community, .''.1"., '.," daughter of Mr. and Mrs. with about 15 people Social Security
',', College. She was a member of George Roberts; and Miss wins "hands down" as
the College All-State Choir. '. Lisa Mitchell daughter of Mr. the agency that concerns the BROOKERIN
t. Gail enjoys singing, .fj. h I ,I and Mrs. Freeman Register. most people.
/ : graphy dramatics and tennis writing., golf She photo-was a ." ,:,. ',r. "r."; Jr.Prizes this year will includea Chiles will be back in the BRIEF ]

I member of the 1975-76 Home- modeling scholarship to the state during the April recess,
RESPONSIVE Court at Bradford Denise Carol Studio and silver said Johnson and would be b.vJeanrUel'rracolt j
Miss Cathy Patch coming High School. Gail is being bowls to the queen and run- traveling around the state to Ih.p| 4K.VI7I.: : ,
Mills Gail Lavender by the Bradford see people and would probablybe t
SERVICE Cathy is being sponsored by sponsored Lumber Company by Crown, Central ... County Chamber of Com- in this area. Johnson saidas :Music Festival ,:1 1liradlee
Piggly Wiggly of Starke. ': '
; ;" / merce. Local merchants and he travels the state for
Miss Ann Allen, daughter of Applications are now being ; ; .' businesses have given gener- Chiles he tries to get to each and Denna ('ox. j l
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Allen taken for the eight remaining :' ously to make this year's list community every four months children of :Mr.l and ?'l i's.
r. ),; ; if. ; of prizes to the queen and con- and help people cut red tape Tommy 'ox of Hrooker.
testants a very impressiveone. with federal agencies. play til the piano in the Music .j i
Repossessed <: I Il Festival at the University ol 1,
," ., ,' A busy week is planned for Johnson responded to the Florida.. Saturday Feb :W, i iIt'adll'l' I
Double Wide Homes "; : the contestants beginning witha question of more public works wus rated excellent /;
while he was in town
money rated excellent
i ,,
} '. Coke party at the Starke and said the Senator was IJl't.'lIalas
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BECAUSE WE CARE... Down dayMarch 19 On Monday be, the distribution of the funds : Tamms. and Mrs.: :Mann TJ.111111I daughter: olMr. ol V
5 % March 21, the girls will
and felt there was a very good superiorrating j
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.I" i taken to the Denise Carol chance for additional funds to
Helping each family plan the "L"., Modeling and Pageantry be appropriated. ( I lm' hl'I'I.liIrtidpalilln)1I s
Studio where they will be ad- "trie \I'F( :Music Festival
service that best meets its vised modeling during the
Line Off81214&24Wides on Johnson said President Carter's
Complete Uiill .l.iDceiui ;
Throughout the week Cox \ I i
pageant. in and
own needs and wishes, and priorities I II
the contestants
and at the pageant(
: economy would fit into an expanded I"
making certain those plansare will be given help with public works program I Cox celebrated her !I'
their makeup by Mrs. Diane and that Chiles and the eighth birthdaywllh a parly
fulfilled in times of Snow of I Diane's Beauty Si Ion. President are both working tit tier" home Saturday' Feb I III. !
Deadline for entering the toward a balanced budget. Her! hirthllm' \\illl Feb HiTwelve

sorrow. %' At :Miss Ann Allen pageant is March 9.Tomatoes Chiles seems to be generally helped her ol Deena's celebrate.Irienils Ice ;

spots. A contestant must be a crenm. punch and birlluLiy I
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral resident of Bradford Countyor Ira H. LesterMr. cake were scruti. All .thetaicsts :
John Browns a student in the Bradford Hi'eiNed party hilts t
County school system. Girls Ira R. Lester age 70. of and balloons.
Home must be between the ages of 16 Hampton died in the Shands
and 21 They w ill be judged on Teaching Hospital in Gaines- l'l''slmal., .
514 East Nona Starke, Mobile Home Center the basis of beauty person- II I I ville Friday night following a

Hwy 100 Keystone ality and poise in evening long illness. :.Mrs. K\a: llarrell I lelurned! '
gown swimsuit and street Born May 4. 19(16( in Mont home Feb. :2\!:\ alley spendmii!
clothes. gomery. Alabama Mr Lester two weeks visiting her
Hwy 21 Keystone 473-3775 The reigning Strawberry will taste better if had lived all but a few years in l'IlIllIl'l'lI.11': and :\.l is. I'auli'nn'ry
d. Queen Margaret Ann Nor. not refrigerated but do not the HamptonBradfordCounty : iiiul .sons i in lluuuvblrs.
delay using them. area. lie was a retired : .(:arid Thomas( ol l I.a'i
.vs farmer and was a member of Crosseisited :Mrs K\a:
the Hampton Christian ll.irrell 1 Felt' ;asS !:
Of God Church. i )!t, al1ll1I's.: Paul I II)
Tlii Church Mr. Lester is survived bone /x- I'rcscoll. ,II'. and. tiirls. :Sniic.
brother. General Lester and ,\I Ida. heiiiK !lelmMteilIrom ,
Kites are fun. Of Prophecy Sr of Waldo; 3 sisters. Mrs. 1IU111l'h'adI'J! !: lo
Ethel Estes and Mrs. Katie llollonianl'l in SeMeic \\
At Brooker Florrie both of Hampton; and 'u. slopied| 'lo spend| atew
a n Mrs.: Estelle Box of Gaines : 'days with their pairnNMr
Will Have A Youth
ville. : .mil\ :Mrs I'allill I I I'ICM-OII l
As remember Revival Funeral services will be at and 1.11I111Th... men \M4iillislnnu C
long as the graveside in Hampton / Saliirilay; to bake,
you February 4,5, Cemetery. Monday at 2 p.m. IxHbloosa anil caught) "iJ li-li,
with Rev. Herman O. Boyette TinI'aul .h s Ikixe 1 to ;.n' in
And 6th. officiating. DeWitt C. Jones NeMexico: : : l.>\. MIHii, I"
Funeral Home of Starke is in

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March 3.1977 TELEGRAPH Page IMa. :

'Fair' Sex Dominates '77 BHS Science FairThe

"fair" sex dominated design of a 1 poll and the statis- awards were given to Terry
the annual Bradford High tical analysis; of its results in ,: 1 Mundorff Paula Carter Mike
Science Fair Thursday night comparison with the Starling John Cooper, Lori
capturing the top three nationwide Gallup and Harris Shin and Teresa Knepper. -

awards and placing 17 pro polls" Darla, a senior, is the ABSTRACT ,AE5UTS.( Receiving honorable ?yrt,
jects out of 25 in the
Regional daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :' mention were: Gene Tanner
Scienc fair in Lake City later I Mike
Thomas Donald Christopherof \ Wallace Debby Harper,
March. Starke. JhI Lee Felton Cana Schmidt,
Best overall trophy and a From the 58 entries 25'students Y 1, Cathy Grider Nelson Green,
first place ribbon winner was win be attending the Matthew Box David Russell /

w. _.. .. f Francis Knepper, Sylvia MWN
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Pittman, Del Griff, Mary
I I x Coss Sherree Shina Terry
CUAlt1r.A17R1Y ,G t Goodge, Melanie Morris

ha'rVEEW THE 1; Lynn Dyal, Cathy Schoening,
vii'LopMUWY' UPi : : Kevin Griffis, Lee Ann Green, ,
I I UMAVKN'TM : 's. n'rir f NPROCE Carlos Hernandez, Michael
) 1111 PIIL1)1C'rtq, l 5 COBGLUSIOIl9L ; Bennefield, John Goosby and w
1 n RAulvt: !, ('('f 1'K Ann Brooks.
tat r. inrtti., -J:
Special awards were given
v f by the American Cancer !

I Society Richard Howe pre- 4
) kt. 4, sented certificates to Lucy
L Bradley Carolyn Roller and
Anthony Franklin Bill
Reneke of the American Institute
,)' of Chemical Engineers
A '+ i, a k', ."I1 presented special awards to )
i' ,, LI Michelle Gullion
rn 1st place; t f
T.J. Carver 2nd and Ricky .
Darla Christopher with a first place ribbon and the best Brown, 3rd place. 'a ),
physical project in the 1977 BUS Science Fair J
Judges for the science fair -- -
..- were Dale Mollerup from
DuPont, Mike Thrash from A Narrow Escape '

the University of Florida, M.
"'iii; ; g ,rNf Bordyn of the Forestry Ser- Quick reflexes saved Jimmy Moore from serious injury Thursday Feb i\\ wlu-n' a piece J ," ,; ,. vice, Mrs. Reita Walker from from a blow tire sailed through!( the windshield, of his truck.
j ,'" AT 11EIMr Keystone Heights High School :Moore said he was driving his truck behind a Kockhauler tractortrailerh..n a i ear lire bleu p
\ Co t and Mrs. Marie Woodley from out of the truck."I .
'. ,"\ ..... } Union County High School saw a puff of smoke and 1 knew it blew the IIrl'llHlre: said "I 1 \leaned to one side to get( out
'". 11Ir Coordinator for the fair of the way" but I got some scratches from broken glass anyway."
,i Al was
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'" I -. 'A".o.: .r.=.._ II The 'j
Jerry McGriff, BHS Science piece rubber went through!( the "'windshield sailed through! the' truck and broke out Hit-
I !Nancy Ilildrrth reteived trophy| : for the best overall projectin Department chairman. rear window on its way out..truction ;

the 1177! Kl IS Science "'air and a first place ribbon. ai .r M

Nancy Leann Hildreth Hegional Fair in Lake City ,
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Yr -' BHS Cons
dau hterof Mr. and Mrs Herbert March 31 and April 1. From / "" "" .ff! J 7 ?;' Ahead Of Schedulemonthly

H Hildreth of Kmgsley the Regional Fair the top 25 to : ; \ M M:11;: L"1.u.

Lake. 30 projects will be entered in ... "" Bradford County Board meeting that con on the north end would be school roofs in Brooker and
Nancy, a senior, titled her the State Science Fair April members told struction work the south
= ::;. r'l It4II were Monday, on finished on time Hampton last year; The firm.
project, "Is there a 27-3( at Indian River Community I" .;.i:. '. ,I.. -.fJ Feb 21 that phases IV and V end of Starke Elementarywould The school board received a Bird and Company, had
correlation between the College in Ft. Pierce of the school board's building end late next week check for $1,360 from the firm posted a guarantee surety
development of permanent BHS first place ribbons Cj"C rA would about three weeks ahead of
program be completed that Salley had sub contracted bond to be given up to the
teeth and the prediction of were given to: Michelle .Lt: .. before the April 26 completion schedule. He added that work to do repair work on school board in the event that
reading success in a growing Gullion, Stephanie Green, date their work ,
was faulty
:: ...- _.. repair
child. Terry Carver Irene Wainwright architect ril'l''f f' 1 -
'', .-- 1k Project Craig High School seniors re,
Linda Richardson .
.. }o Salley told board membersthat
ceived Board approval for the
Robin Chism Cindy Griffith,
Best IV
biological project phase was more than
which, got a rosette and a first Pam Tucker Christie Red 90 percent completed and use of county school buses to
and ,
their class to
ding and Carolyn holler \ transport
place ribbon award went to phase slightly less than that. I
from Grad Night activities at
Second place winners were:
Deborah Lucille Bradley for ,. r. The buildings under con Walt Disney World.
her entry "The antibiotic Dwayne Baldwin. Ricky struction in these projects will I
qualities o\ sweet potatoes, Brown Chuck Register, \ ,. house home economics,' There had been some doubt
turnips and onions."" Lucy a Kathv Taylor Karen Powell, business education,. special on the part of the seniors as to ,
senior, is the daughter of Mr Hetsv.awn.. Beth Oval Lucy Bradley winner of a first place ribbon and the best education, agriculture, and, whether approval would be
and Mrs. George Clyde Brad Patty Mullins Todd Ashhne, biological; project in the 1977 BUS Science Fair Lucy also industrial arts. 6 r given because of bad behavior j
'ley of Starke Anthony "Franklin Mike Law- received a hpl'Clala"ard, certificate from the American Cancer Salley also told board during last vear's trio But
son and Tom Williams. Society. members at the regularthe a Pauline Tanner, president of
Darla Jean Christopher received Alternates to the regionalfair I the senior's parent organisa
a rosette ribbon and a selected Mere Jay Godwin tion. termed the incidents a
first place ribbon for the best Suzanne Thornton and School Board Continues In Class Action SuitIn "learning experience" for the '
physical project titled. "The Kenny Rodrique Third place group of students and added,

'; 1973 44 Florida counties what share of the basic allocation state. It is rated seven per- "our punch didn't t even get
j filed suit against the State each district receives. cent above the state average, spiked at the prom following
.: Department of Education This calculation is based upon and 13 percent above Brad- Grad Night last year,

(SOE) to correct what they the difference between each ford County. I pjy In an action of interest to all
county's cost of living, according This that Monroe
felt was an unfair method of means Bradford County students the
distribution of state secondary to a price level index County receives its basic allocation board converted two up-

education money. prepared by the Department plus seven percent of. coming teacher planning days
...... --.-.15J Last Monday Feb- 21, oL Administrationi' thatf igure to offset its greater to-regular attendance days to r
,.. Bradford County':* school The index lists prices for 128 cost of living increase. make up for two days lost to
/' board voted to continue its different goods and services, Bradford County, because it cold weather last month.
... ) in the such as food, clothing, health is six percent below the average
participation legal
action. That means continuingtheir care.and transportation costs. receives six percent less Through The Looking Glass !March 11 and April 1 were'
I financial support which, Each of Florida's 67 countiesis than its basic allocation previously scheduled as
to date,has amounted to about ranked according to its For the current school year "Mice Through! the Looking .lass" is the theme for this planning days but will now Irregular
$3ooo-a low figure when overall cost of living. Brad- that meant a reduction of the >ear's Junioroman's nub of .Starke annualspaoh..ttlllup'lt'ralld /: school days. ('ounlyleachers
measured against what the ford County is ranked 59, the county's basic allocation by fashion show. will make up the lost
school board stands to if eighth lowest in the state. about 692000. Alice, portrayed bv: {'assll'utr ', 6. daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. time June 13 and 14 as post
r'r 4 the action is successful.gain Each county is also com- Another objection by the Robertulry have tt'alth the :Mad Halter, (III I) plated b>' planning days
pared against a state-wide counties involved in the suit Randal folk 7, son of :.Mr. and :Mrs. Glen I'olk.lil'l' and the
The first in SOE'sfunding
formula step is to deter "standard" cost of living to contends that the differencesin :Mail Hatter are joined by the \\hltt' Habbit (rl) played by Jimmy The board also approved a
basic determine how far above or living costs between WiIoll.lI.son of:.Mr. and :Mrs Jt'rrv11 01l. request from BUS principalC.C.
mine a school district's *
below the standard it falls. Florida's 67 counties are l'artiefpatingstores in the Tuesday, :Marchshow '" iiulude! Anderson for an ad-
allocation. This amount is
based on the number of full- The suit against the SOE narrowing, bringing each Stump's Leila's Kagle-le\ane's: TC &\', and Sears, all of ditional six hours help in the
time students in various categories contends that the cost of educating closer to the state average. Maike. and Formal Fashions and Ja "s' Dress shop of Gainesville. BUS cafeteria due to increased -
children in a county is School Board members in student use. The
of classes
not always related to the cost Bradford County agreed to ,\d lvan< etkkets!to(the festivities may be obtained from Junior board was informed that since
education v -tech regular
e school of living in a county. It continue their participation in Woman's (lub members at r..ducl'd'III'kl's. For reservations the beginning of the school
'r high classes, etc.)
S F l This basic allocation makesup charges that because of this the suit because of the increased phone !mit-H.MO. Tickets for the 7 p,in. dinner and show, ut the year. 100 additional students
4 most of each school board's method of funding some revenue the county Uomaii's Hub will be It: for adults and SI..MI: for thildien. .\daiue had been eating in the cafe
--- 1Robert d annual operating counties are receiving more would receive each year. \ tickets will be S.'i: and tl.it.: teria. raising the total to 429
their fair share of
I I.. Brown .''r" maintenance foreman for Bradford Bradford County's allocationfor of money other
Count*. Schools, i"ri rives a plaque of appreciation from director the current school year is at counties.the ,expense Raiford Wants T'o Buy Ball Field
of operations, I rimard Register./: 3642668. \
The next step In the funding For instance, Monroe
formula, the one being con- County in the Everglades, by Chris Marsh Raiford would like to sign a
Brown Honored On LeavingRobert tested in court, is to determine has the highest cost of living in The Town Council of 100-year lease with the county,
Raiford agreed to formally Several members of the

Robert L. Brown Jr, fore Georgia and with his two sons 'write a letter to the Union town, council along with" Attorney
man of the maintenance Bobby22. and Phillip 20, will OUR SERVICEMEN County Commission asking to Richard Wl'lty plan to 1
department for the Bradford operate that business.An either purchase or lease the appear before the Union t
County School System, avid outdoorsman enjoying property adjacent to the ball County Commission to presenta
both hunting and fishing. ,held at their regular monthly letter of request at t its
received a plaque Friday for Brown said he hopes to do bothin IIUNNICUTT COMPLETES DUNCAN COMPLETES: meeting of the council on meeting on Tuesday
outstanding service for the their new home. His wife MARINE RECRUIT BASIC IN MARINES Tuesday night. Auditor John Stormand of
years 1970 1977 Mary said he will also keepup TRAINING Marine Private Jimmy L. The town wants the the Gainesville firm of
Brown, a native of Bradford participation in the Marine Private RandolphW. Duncan has completed recruit property to try to get a federal Crippen and Tufts appeared
County, has bought a Western American Legion and the Hunmcutt, son of Mr. and training at the Marine Corps grant for recreation purposes before the council to report
Auto store in Acworth. Masons.Servicemen.. Mrs. William R. Hunnicutt of Recruit Depot Parris Island, Last month Councilman Sid that the city finances was in
P.O. Box 55, Raiford, has S.C. Duncan, son of Mr. and Taylor and Council PresidentLee good shape. He reported no
completed recruit training at Mrs. Emory W. Duncan of Braillier appeared before discrepancies in the audit presented Cr'
the Marine Corps Recruit Route 1, Lawtey, joined the the commission and they were to the COunCIl.
Depot Parris Island. S.C. Marine Corps in September told to have the City of Raiford The council approved a bill
During the 11 week 1976. make a formal application by of $190 for liability insuranceon
Willie Perry Trains training cycle, Pvt. Hunnicutt During the 11 week letter stating what they wantto the fire trucks by the town
I As Recon Specialist learned the basics of training cycle, Duncan do with the property.The volunteer fire department. "I Can Help"The
) i battlefield survival. He was learned the basics of battle council approved a Welty reported that it will
FT. KNOX Ky. Army introduced to the typical daily field survival and was introduced letter to the Commission be necessary to pass an ordinance Starke Eckerd's has become the first store In the area to
Private Willie L. routine that he will experience to the typical daily asking to purchase the by the council askingfor receive the company "I Can Help." award.
son of Mrs Thelma Tyson, during his enlistment and routine that he will experience building that houses the Head the registered voters to For being named the store of the month for December from,
1568 Swift St., Jacksonville studied the personal and during his enlistment. Duncan Start program in Raiford, and decide whether the council over 200 Eckerd's stores each employee received 13 and the
recently completed trainingas professional standards tradi- also studied the personal and I also the ballfield which is should receive a salary. Welty store received a plaque. The"I Can Helper of the Month" award'
an armor reconnaissance tionally exhibited by Marines.He professional standards owned by the county for a said that after the ordinance is wt'ntto Betty J. Norman for outstanding achievement and being
specialist under the One participated in an active traditionally exhibited by nominal fee. They will also passed at three meetings thatit the most helpful to customers. Left to right with awards are:
Station Unit Training (OSUT) physical conditioning pro Marines. propose in the letter that if it is will then be placed on the Ronny Hall assistant manager; Troy !McGuire manager;
Program at Ft. Knox, Ky. gram and gained proficiencyin not feasible to purchase the ballot in the fall election to decide Betty Norman, cosmetician; and C. Green area supervisor.
OSUT is a 13-week period a variety of military skills Duncan participated in an property then the Town of the Issue.
which combines basic combat including first aid rifle active physical conditioning

training training.and advanced individual order marksmanship drill. Teamwork and close and proficiency in and first aid gained, rifle 5 Arrested In Week's Action By Sheriff's Dept.Two GURICH Club

Students received self discipline were marksmanship and close
instruction in the use of emphasized throughout. the order drill. Teamwork and Starke residents were year-old Donald Wayne petty larceny. Less than $10 '
various kinds of weapons training cycle. self discipline were charged with petty larceny of Russel after the two broke into was taken. Kick-Off I
maintenance of armor He joined the Marine Corpsin emphasized throughout the Terwillegar's Motors a vending machine at a con The Sheriff's Dept. also
vehicles map reading, April 1976. training cycle. following a short investigationby venience store at the inter reported that it apprehended
communications, artillery ad- the Bradford County section of Morgan Raod and late Sunday John Sharp 20, Said SuccessfulThe
justments and mines and Sheriffs Department. SR-18 wanted on a Dade County
CompletesElectrlcian'sCoune demolitions. Claude A. Kinsler 25, and warrant. Sharp had been Gurich Club; a youth
He is a 1976 graduate of Earl Wayne Murray, 25, are The two were charged by living in Bradford County on centered organization spon-
Navy Dental Technician Bradford High School, wherehe Alton Assigned To Airman John Simmons Jr. charged with taking two tires the Sheriff's Dept. with north US-301, according to sored its first fund' raising
Third Class Talmadge L. was an outstanding defensive Destroyer USS Luce Completes Basic Training from Terwillegar's on Feb. 28. breaking and entering and authorities. dance Saturday Feb. 26, at
Pressley, son .of Edna end on the Tornado Michael J. Aston has been SAN ANTONIO Airman Kinsler was arrested the same the Starke National Guard Armory
Pressley of Starke has completed varsity football team. .assigned duty on board the John C.'Slmmons. Jr., son of day as the theft by the 1976 Rainfall Averages 51.2 In. with about 350 young
the Aviation Elec His father Willie Perry, guided missile-destroyer USS Mrs. Ruth Underwood of Sheriffs Department. Murraywas people attending. '

trician's Mate course lives on Route 3, Starke. Luce DDS 38. Hampton, recently completed arrested the following Bradford County had February was the driest
The 11-week course was- Aston,a 1976 Bradford High U,S. Air Force basic trainingat day.
average of 51.2 inches of rainIn month with only 1.1 inches re Club president David New-
conducted at the Naval Air MlllerCompletes School graduate i Ia home on Lackland AFB. Texas. Two juveniles taken in
1976 close to the 50 year ported. Other dry months also ham said the dance was a
leave visiting his and
Technical Training Center Infantry Training family to custody by the Sheriff's of the "successful kickoff" of club
for this came at the beginning
Average area.
friends while his is undergoing The airman who studied the
Millington, Tenn. The con- ship Dept early this week. One
March activities. James Knight of
May was the wettest month, year: January 2.3, 2.4.
Is overhaul in the Air Force mission
centrated Navy organization -
training program Private First Class juvenile was arrested
Marine WAIV radio in Jacksonville
and 2.8.
with an average of 9.5 inches April
Yard in Pa. and customs and received
In- Philadelphia.
designed to provide an Tommy W. Miller nephew of Tuesday, March I, shortly reported by the county's three of the near-normal said during intermission that
of special instruction in human
understanding James A. Peterson of Starke Aston aftet he broke into a car rainfall in the Bicentennial "the show was
electric has just completed a relations is fire towers. December was : very
and circuitry atLacklanei
theory has completed the infantry three month boiler technician AFB remaining for advanced parked at BHS and removed acitizen's second with an 8.3 inch year lakes in the Keystone diced,and that "the clubsome
and serves to prepare combat training course at theCamp band radio. continued their constructive ideas for
school Great Lakes Illinois average and June was third Heights area
trainee to perform basic special training In the electronic
Marine Corps Base, with a 95 grade average Another juvenile was with 6.4 inches. drop in water level, the Bradford area."
communications field.
aircraft electrical maintenance on jet Pendleton. California.: arrested Monday with 20- 3<<,

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.>iI D March 3, um TELEGRAPII IB
FOR Page
I Recent BrideHonored COUJ\r

I Coffee SaturdayMrs. At j I... ./ m { JV !

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I Stephen Strickland,'a .!'11 ,, :etrapt

recent bride, was honored at a rc
"coffee" Saturday, Feb. 26, at Wooly Soci.iy CJilof 964-7608
the home of Mrs. O.W. Whiteon
N. Lake street. I -----.-.-- -. .-.--.... -.-.- ---w..puw/wewsn7b ..

Hostesses with Mrs. White Jennifer Davis, Elks Elkettes '7k A
I 'were Mrs. Rex Anderson,
I, Mrs. J.E. Denmark, Mrs. A.J. I' Michael NicoleTo Hold ElectionOf
Eaves, Mrs. Henry Godwin,
Mrs. William Melson, Mrs. Wed June 25 Officers
I Drew Reddish, Mrs. X.M. ,
Smith Miss Louise Stern and
The Elks and Elkettes
Mr. and Mrs. H.G. "Buddy"Davis
Mrs. C.D. Thornton. ;
I', / Mrs. White greeted the Jr., of Gainesville, Starke Lodge 1802 elected new
T officers for 1977-78
on Monday
I guests at the door and pre- former Starke residents, u Feb. 21.Taking. 1 ,C ,
Kuth llalHazen I sented them to the receivingline Sara Hope Holllday announce the engagement of l ht !
; composed of the honoree, Sara Hope Holliday their daughter, Jennifer ; I 1 0. J office were: exalted
Ruth Hazen
f Mrs. Olin Garrett and Mrs. I Diane, to Michael Wayne ruler, Nealy McConnell;
F.W. Strickland.The Nicole, son of Mr. and Mrs. + leading knight, Don
: Harold DavisTo Donald EffrainTo Lester G. Nicole of Fort Lau- LUI"r
dining room table was li _oj ,d. 4N RaWlings'i; loyal knight, Henry
covered with a white Army derdale. cb ; lecturing knight,
Wed Wed June 24
May 27 Navy lace cloth over a dusty The wedding is planned for Robert Wolff; secretary, r
I rose liner and centered with a June 25. Walter Frick; treasurer, :.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Hazen silver epcrgnctte holding an Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nelson George Brown; five year i
,I of Starke announce the engagement arrangement of silk rose Holliday of Starke announcethe trustee, George Dominianni. Reddish-Cauley
I' and approaching gladioli, pink sweetpeas, engagement and approaching On the same night the Susan Reddish
marriage of their daughter, white sweet alyssum, white marriage of their Elkettes held their election ,
f Ruth Ella, to Harold Phillip pearl and silk daughter, Sara Hope, to and put in office: president, Drew CauleyTo
Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. silver tea service was paced Donald Effrain, son of Mr. and Margaret Brown; vice-presi
F.B. Davis of Graham. at one end of the table. Mrs. Donald Effrain of wid- dent Rose McConnell; Wed June 4
The wedding will take place Pouring were Mrs. Richard Smyrna, Ga. wu4cu' treasurer, Ada Dominianni; u
May 27 at 8 p.m. in the First dom) and Mrs. John Watson, Miss Holliday teaches in the secretary, Mary Wolf;
Baptist Church in Starke. Ill. Duval County School System.Mr. / to Y'I' K historian Gayle Goss; boardof Miss Susan Farice Reddish
Miss Hazen will be a 1977 Yellow and white potted Effrain is an Innkeeperfor directors Gloria Rowelingsand daughter of the late Mr. and ,J
graduate of Bradford High mums were used at the entrance the Holiday Inn in Jack Novis Ward. Mrs. James M. Reddish of 1 r
School and is employed with foyer and family sonville. Starke; and Drew Carver
Ilirvis Gray and Co., Certified rooms. The wedding will be an Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Evans Cauley, son of Mr. and Mrs. 4
Assountants in Gainesville.Mr. Pink and white camellia event of June 24 in the First Elks To Hold Earl Cauley of Baxley Ga. 4
Davis is a 1975 graduateof corsages were presented to United Methodist Church in Melanie Prater, Donald Evans will be united in marriage
Bradford High School and is the honoree, her mother and Starke with a reception BarbequeMarch June 4 at Miles Chapel, Bax-
employed by the City of her husband's mother. following in the church Wed Feb. 4 ley, Ga.Miss .
Gainesville.All The hostesses presentedMrs. Fellowship Hall. 19 Reddish will be a June, F
friends and relatives are Strickland with an eight All friends and relatives are AA p. r Miss Melanie Jane Prater, Griffis Loop with the Rev. 1977 graduate of Bradford
invited to attend the wedding piece yellow place mat and invited to attend. daughter of Mrs. Louise Brandon T. Cribbs of Hampton BPOE Starke Lodge 1802 High School and is presently
and reception. napkin set as a memento of Prater of Keystone Heightsand officiating. will hold a barbeque Satur- employed at the Bradford
the occasion. Donald L. Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. (Jack) day, March 19, from 1 to 5p.m. County Hospital under the
Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Pauline Griff of Starke, Sanford brother and sister-in- on the Lodge grounds. DCT program.Mr. .
Junior Club Mrs. Olin Garrett and Mrs. Xi Iota Delta were united in marriage Fri law of the groom attended as There will be barbecue Cauley is presently em-
Marion Moyer of Jackson- Holds Chili Mrs. John Larry Williams day, Feb. 4 at 8 p.m. at the best man and matron of chicken cole slaw and the ployed with Miiliken Carpetco. i
To Hold ShowRehearsal ville, Miss Lucy Erwin and SupperThe home of Earl H. Sanford of honor. fixings. All refreshments included in Baxley, Ga. j
Mrs. J.B. Fender of Green- Miss Farebee, in the price of $3.50 All friends and relatives are
wood, Fla., Mrs. J. Greig Xi Iota Delta chapter of Connie Best Valentine Sweetheart adults $2.50 for children. invited to attend.Reunion .
I Moyer of Keystone Heights, Beta Sigma Phi enjoyed a John Williams The funds raised from this

The Junior Woman's Club Mrs. John Deas of Lake City chili supper January 29 at the Connie Best was honored as affair will be donated to the Planned
home of Diane and
and Mrs. Randal Newland of Billy
Velentine Sweetheart by new Harry-Anna Crippled
will hold a rehearsal Monday Wed Feb. 26 1977
night at 7:30: p.m. at the clubhouse Lake Butler. Those Mr. members of XI Iota Delta Children's Hospital in For Former
attending were
l lor I heir ill}nna 1' fashion -------------- and Mrs. Billy Hodge, Mr. and Miss Billie Elise Ferebee, chapter at a dinner In the Pe- da 4l Ie'rs" Umatilla for an examiningroom.
of the Garden Res- Girl ScoutsAn
I Show which will be held Mrs. Wayne Wynn Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. can Room I
Miss Jean Mundy of taurant Monday night, Feb. This hospital is supportedby
I Tuesday, March 8. Mrs. Freddie Stephens, Mr. William W. Ferebee of Mocks- .'
the Elks Lodges of
Tallahassee will visit her
and John 14. *4 invitation has been
ville N.C. Larry
and Mrs. C.W. Slade, Mrs. 1
call chairman,
------------- mother, Mrs. W.B. Mundy this M For tickets
Kenneth Young Mrs. Verl Williams son of Mrs. MelbaG. ) Starke issued for all previous Girl
weekend. Best and Ms. Cherie Cox. Williams and Willard E. The Valentine motif was Clyde member.Reid or any Scouts and Girl Scout leadersin
Miss Terri Smith daughterof Williams of Salisbury N.C., 'carried in the red lace table Lodge Bradford County to come to
Mr. and Mrs. Bill of -------------
Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith, Mobley were united in marriage Sat- cloth and cupid centerpiece.Red the Girl Scout Reunion March
was a model in Maas Brothers Jacksonville visited her Frank Glading of Coates- urday, Feb. 26, in Center roses and carnations Evelyn Hamilton 5 to celebrate 65 years of Girl
fashion show in Gainesville on brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ville, Pa. is visiting his sister- United Methodist Church in formed the corsages worn by Scouting.
Saturday. and Mrs. Tullie Norman on in-law Mrs. Malcolm Pownall Mocksville, N.C. Connie and Vonda Stephens, Shower Laurie Mullins local leader,
Monday. for several weeks. The bridegroom is the the chapter's 1976 sweetheart HonoreeMrs. said it will be a chance to meet
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. who presented the new sweet. and talk about Girl Scoutingand
John Darby Gaskins of Law- heart with a crown-shaped pinas Evelyn Hamilton: was add their signatures to a
ley. a memento of the occasion. surprised at a bridal shower scroll of honored Girl Scout
Public Notice Connie has been a memberof and luncheon given in her family members.
: Home Life ProgramTo Beta Sigma Phi for seven honor last Thursday by Mrs. The reunion to be held at the
years. She originally joinedthe Curtis Sanders.. Starke Woman's Club Sunday
Be Held At international sorority as a Connie Best Guests at the party given at March 5, from 2 to 5 p.m. will E
member of a Ritual of Jewels the Sanders' home on N. have special recognition cere-
{ Tt' The;Farmers. Home .Administration Has For Sale Woman's club..... j-chapteMn Japaq transferring ...,/attending Stetson University' Walnut street were membersof monies to honor the earliest
to another chapter in in DeLand. Davl Best. !J6." the-Thursday bridgeclub Girl Scout the best known, the
From Time To Time, Farm, Residential Business, The Woman's Club of Starke Charleston, S.C., and then to and Tina 13. and Mrs. Kiert Sundusadeeand youngest the one with most
will meet Wednesday, March Starke's Gamma Theta She is the'daughter!( of Mr. !Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar. years in scouting the family
Recreational, Business And/Or Other Properties. 9, at 12:15: p.m. for the regular chapter. She is a chartered and Mrs. S.M. Miller. Route 1, The buffet table in the with three or more gener-
I luncheon program member of Xi Iota Delta Starke. dining room was covered witha ations of Girl Scouts.
Any Licensed Real Estate Broker Interested In meeting.The Exemplar of Starke and Chapter members attendingthe pink and white lace cloth
Home Life committeewith currently holds the office of sweetheart dinner were: and centered with an arrange-
Listing These Properties Should Contact The Mrs. Paul G. Brown, vice president. She is the wife Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bryan, ment of baby's breath slatice Susie Powell,
chairman, will serve the lunch of retired USAF servicemanVerl Cherie Cox and her father, and white daisies in a silver
8 and present the program. Best and they live at 762 Dana Jenkins of Gainesville; bowl flanked by silver can- Donald Falcon
Those assisting her will be North Walnut Street in Starke. Mr. and !Mrs. Grady Over- delabra with white tapers.
Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Mrs. street Mr. and Mrs. C.W. The guests were seated at
Farmers Home Administration They are the parents of four
I l Herb Herres Mrs. J.C..Hobbs, children: Mrs. Wayne Slade, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie four card tables which were Honored At PartyMiss
Mrs. E.W. Hodges Mrs. W.B. Rhonda) Murray, 20, Stephens, Mrs. Arthur Patrayand covered with pink and white '
l. At 31 s.... Slit Strttt MaeelMny, Fla. 32063 Mundy, Mrs. H.C. Oehler, Hampton; Robert Best 18. Mrs. Wayne Wynn. lace cloths. Susie Powell and
Mrs. Gladys Wasdin, Mrs. Donald Falcon, whose
Phone 259-3126 or 259-3127 Robert Ward. Mrs. F.W. marriage will be an event of
f. Strickland and Mrs. E.C. Mrs. J.G Broome Bill Kelton Family April 16, were honored at a

Wainwright.WHAT'S couples' party and bridal
i Stork Shower HonoreeMrs. Given Going shower Saturday night given

by Mr. and Mrs. Townsend
J.G. Broome was Baby Powder can which theglfL' Away Party Strickland and Mr. and Mrs.
honored at a stork shower were placed. Jack Hazen at the home of the
February 15 held at the Pine The 33: guests enjoyed latter on E. Brownlee Road.
THE SCOOP Level Baptist Church games with prizes and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kelton The 40 guests included
recreation bUildin refreshments during the party and daughter, Kim were members of The Green
Hostesses were!Mrs. Roman hours. honored at a going away Machine Softball team and 4
Alvarez, Mrs. Woodrow supper last Friday night given office employees of Pine Air

1 It's The New Short And Sassy Look For Spring And Summer '77 Thomas Mrs. Mark Mrs.Moody Joe Mrs.Thornton John, ;W'ltJ now by Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.H.M.R.A.Hatcher.Colson. Farms. Falcon in Lake Is employed.Butler wht'reMr. Also

Kenney, Sr., Mrs. John Ill, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur and
Mr. Mrs.
; A Precision Cut Which Moves Naturally, But Falls Back Into Kenney. Jr., Mrs. T.W. Smith. !Mrs. Jennings Rogers of Waters at the home of the Joe McGee were, parents of Mr.
Jimmy W Madison street.
Thornton Mrs. Ocala was Monday visitor of latter on Falcon.
Beautiful Form. Leonard Moore, Mrs. A.B. !Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland The dining tables in the The refreshment table was
Whitehead Miss Charlotte dining room were covered covered with a white linen
Whitehead. Mrs. Vernie with gold lace cloths and
!Mr. and Mrs. Robson cloth with lace trim and
r r Thornton and Mrs Owen Duffyof centered with dried floral
Wispy "Scoopr'OrCurled Variation Strikingly Accentuates Alvarez. Jr. Jacksonville visited her arrangements.Later centered with a spring floral
and Mrs. B.J.
A Johnson Powder parE'ntsIr. in the evening cake
'i The Popular Gypsy And Peasant Looks. theme was carried out in the loggers on !Monday and cokes were served to the Col.Assisting and Mrs.in H.M.serving Hatcher were

party decorations and a pink seven couples attending.An .
Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Abbott of Jr. and Miss Kitty Hazen.
and blue color motif. address was
The refreshment and gifts Tampa were weekend guestsof presented to the honored
Tired Of Your Same Old Hair Style? Mrs! Merle Mardis and
with each
tables were covered with Miss Madge Middleton. couple guest signing 1)01,1" You Kinnr,
white cloths linen
over pink
Try The Scoop You'll Love Your Hair! and centered with pink and it.The Keltons are moving to
Carl Hurst in
.' blue flower arrangements in !Mr. and !Mrs. Sidney 614 Meadow brook Drive in was Call
of Columbia, South America last.
f Emanuel Dt'BaryIrs.
Johnson Baby Powder containers. Blakely Ga. this weekend
Hattie Gillyard of Deland and week on an annual dove hunt.
", where Mr. Kelton is employedwith
The gift table also held a Mrs. Annie Mae Gillyard of Liberty National In-
dinner Claude Crowson, who has
Sanford were Sunday
box made like Johnson Co.
t large a surance
I Great 4 guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. Eldon been a patient in the Gaines
I Day Sapp and also visited Mr. and -------------- ville VA Hospital the past two

Only DUPLICATE: ( : Mrs. Tullie Norman Sunday I ."."" 1. weeks underwent eye surgery
Perm .
i t} Feeling\ i 1 (Tuesd, fLL'BRKSL'LTS afternoon. on Tuesday.Mr. .

I' Tinted ay Dr. and Mrs. Jim !Mine- Priscilla Jackson daughter!( Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- and Mrs. Hoyt Dukes
for -Frd singer were the winning of Mr. and ltrs.Iarc! dale returned to Humboldt and family of Cambridge,
." Solu\ Lion\ S \ ; We y I couple at Duplicate Bridge Jackson celebrated her Tenn. last Thursday after. Mass spent last week with his
\ Norro 0\) A i I 1 Guar Tuesday night. Rhea Johnson seventh birthday Saturday week here with relatives. mother, Mrs. E.C. Dukes and
d & l 4 ant and Lora Francis were second afternoon at a small party Mr. and Mrs. J.C Dukes.
6\eoche\ 1 e and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegarand attended. by a few friends. Mrs. W.H Thomson of
All Tallahassee is spending of Talla-
Jeff Wrenshall were third. Douglas Seymour
$1 850 > Perms Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan Thursday to Sunday with her hassee and Hallie Seymour of
and family of Live Oak were daughter, !Mrs. Evelyn Gainesville spent the weekend
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Hamilton and family. with their parents Mr. and

Mrs H.A. Lawson.Mr. Mrs. J.D. Seymour.
SAIL WITH US Mrs. Janet Turner had a

and !Mrs. F.V. Herlongand family luncheon and birthday Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
Mr. and !Mrs. Mark Her party Saturday for her were Sunday dinner guests of

UJi3(] [aooaoataoa( ( m fbaJ00U [ Reservations..lcceptedThrough Sunday, Sunday long of visitors Jacksonville of their were daughter birthday., Claire Among on those her 17th attending Capt.Dansby and in Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. Mickey-1. +

were Brant and Vicky
mother, Mrs. W.F. Herlong.
:March 6 Turner of Gainesville, Kay .
D.C. Forehand and

[b m \ i3 UI3Ci3 .-0I'1laCaribbt'an \' Mrs. Wayne McLendon of Turner of Jacksonville and ten Mrs. Bessie Grace of Albany,
friends.Lt. .
Cruise Jacksonville visited her Ga. were Monday to Wednes-
parents. Dr. and Mrs. L.H. day guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Monarch: Sun Jennings on Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Thornton T.H. Slade and Mrs T.T.
t (the former Gerri Mooty) Long.
t Departure Date: and Mrs. Franklin have been trasferred with the

:, JuneS Ritch of Gainesville were Navy from Long Beach, Cal.\ Mr. and Mrs. T.L.'Casey
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. to Newport, R.I. Jr. and family visited Mr. and

964-8547 442-F.: Phone .and Mrs. Douglas Hardy. Mrs. Paul Casey in Gulf
W Madison
Mrs. John Vlasselaer of Hammock on Sunday.
: 964-5588 Mrs. E.W. Hayes was Jacksonville was Saturday
Sunday luncheon guest of Mr. guest of Mrs. E.P. Renner and ''Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwelland

Personalized Hair Styles For Men & Women George or BerniceHuggins and !Mrs L.A.. Weekly In they visited Mr, Renner in Mrs.S.W. Haisten visited
Ocala. Bradford County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Bagwell. in
Williston on Sunday.
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TELEGRAPH: March 3.1977

_ (' II Iil'" 'T.' rt .I loving IN MEMOItYIn memory of. our' New Jiffy Store 'Under Way On "West 'Madison Street

'( .t.., dear mother Eva Hunter who the street.In the same block is
,i : passed away February 28, A $33,000 building permithas chased on February 23: from former LA.: Davis home now 191iO city zoning the map north although side of zoned residential.
property on
1969. Beautiful memories been Issued to Levon Mrs. Bess Burns of Jackson. owned and occupied by Mr.
: I woven in gold this picture we Andrews of Starke,* for vine, and fronts 121.49 feet on and Mrs:Jim Ritch.Purchase .
A1tr tenderly hold. Deep in our construction of a convenience\! State Hoad 100. It is directly price aa indicated by SALE
hearts her memory is kept to store on property located on across the highway from the documentary. stamps was
A'f love and to cherish and never the south side of W. Madison -----------.-- $8,000.( >
forget. Street, between Westmoreland He who is impatient waits The area which Is
Sons Sammcul Nathaniel, and Epperson Streets. twice. predominantly residential GOING ON
r : Cornelius The property was pur- -Mack McGinnis was zoned commercial on the IHNOfd
Phillip and Edward '
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th. InformaUon or return COWBOY WORK SHOES
Now Booking of my dog. Male Cum: 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla. ''
terrier I look like a Scottlr]I.
Bahama Cruise very .0....hair.Very lovable 11III I'",!ojll,... Alto Lars Steak Of S
dog. Mimed very much. Last
4,. A \ Deadline March 15th to aecn at home 2/22/77 on Big 372-4251 I lEfl maaarij J 372-4251 AND FERTILIZERFARMER'S '
I register for June 20th Santa Fe Lake. ,Keystone aide, GARDEN SEED
near the p... to Little Lake.
tirtLI ,I Joan Cruise.Forsyth.Phone Bradford 944-5241 SaoU Fe. Ann wen. to the "More Cars For More People MUTUAL EXCHANGE
r A name of BeeBo. Phone Joyce
Senior Class Trip. $50
Ward Barton .t 475.2336 or
r deposit required. 4751386. Than Anyone Else"T, 2226 N. ,11I.1. rWi. 964-7871


Everlina Southerland 75th BirthdayOn LAST CHANCE COMPLETE

February 13, five generation celebrated Mrs. Kverlina: FOOD ..
Southerland'g 15th birthday at the home of :Mr. and Mm. I..K.

Vickery.Seated in the center is Mrs.' Southerland and great-great PORCELAIN CMNATO :
grandson Quentin Randall ('hl RI. Standing left to right is .
: .Mabel MCl'ullouKh.lramldauKhtt'r.l\Irs. Lucille
daulhter.Irs.Vickery and great-granddaughter: Debbie I'hisni. FAIRSUPERMARKETS LOVILACI CHINA GOOD WID,MAK 2,THIN TUM,MAN..,"871.


Friends will regret to here William H. Green of Clip The Valuable fIi/ f/ OFF IK
Garl !Mathews is a patient in
Friday over
Tallahassee was
Alachua General Hospital.Mr. night guest of his mother Coupons in this Ad 1 I.'i I '
Mrs Lex Green. 1 LB BAG 5 LB BAG ;
and !\Irs.lack! i Pantry Pride AI i Pantry Pride
Williams spent the weekend in Rev and Mrs.. V.J. Kags- & Save Up To... 1
Waycross. Ga. visiting !Mr. dale of Callahan were!Monday : COFFEE $1"I : SUGAR 49 ,. :
and Mrs. Charles McQuaigand visitors of Mrs. L.D. Vining. *

!\II'. and !Mrs. X.M. Smith ._
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attended a family birthday
dinner Sunday at the Yearling FLORIDATHEATRE
Restaurant at Cross Creek Ie
the birthday of ,
celebrating in Grocery
!Mrs. Smith's mother's birth ALL REM AND PRICIi OOOO W.0..MAR.a,THRU
WED,MAR E.IC??.QUANrrrv RIGHTS msinvio.
day. Mrs. Jerry Bolden of

Melrose. 18 members of the F _. ...
.n. .ou.
family enjoyed the occasion. Fri Sat Sun COMPARE e ('..IYIro T COMPARE ""e rrKla' YrI '0
Raymond Stefanelli of mv SET CRIME BACK S t / t 0 w lINT
Vienna Sausage 3/$1/ n'
Bloomington Ind. son ofII'! t
r 100 YEARS! Bon Ami Cleanser 4/1/
and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli of cp- $*
chosen of 22 J mi mum Libby Saurkraut / wM
Starke was one ,
artists out of 590 artists sub "'I' Instant GritsfomatoTsoup 3/$1/ 591 tNT
mitting paintings at the Indianapolis e- Tomato Sauce 6/$1/ 32'
!Museum of Art on ( 6/$1/ 30 /
Feb. 23. Raymond won a $100 14 DMT l Mt kit

cash award. Lipton Tea Bagstun 2119 301 a 35f C EvcryDayLowPrice SAVE 20

\V.M. Hazen of Gainesvillewas Brown Beans 4'lSnoBol 1 IBI
Sunday visitor of Mr. and N. BONUS PACK
:Mrs. M F. Hazen. '
1 Cleanser 2/1/ 391 DelMontcCATSUP
:Mrs. B C. Holtzendorf. Sr IlkilMIJergens -
visited her sister. Mrs. It L Bath Soap 5/,1/ ,10 ... .s
:Morgan in Brunswick Ga. -}'
Friday to :MondayMr. :: .'nCHllliCOID"Ircr Sweet, Relish, 69 26 J COMPARE "_..oMKYI..,.......ouuq tY
fwirr nu 1N HAIKU mini OKHIMM PlO
.and Mrs. Herbert Green ''Bd Instant Oatmeal 21IMt / 38
and daughter.Anita and :Mrs.J Pam Aerosol 88c 21'
Fields the weekendat WALT DISNEY'SThTArea HIM aAa UMNFurniture / .
J II spent
69 nt owl SWIll l IM 38ozBTL
:Merritt Island. I II Polish 3o Sugar Substitute $169 50' (
Li in mum nu fmti H pnnti MMRenuzit
:Mrs.' A.J. Barry. son. Drew t baller Solid 3/$1/ Coffee Creamer 990
I 40'
and daughter.Adrienne, spent I In l..luf.ll.lam lG
the weekend in Birmingham. OONMO DUCK.lost CtRIOCt and PlHrmlO I
10' t/' 11
10' I0 T II'
:Mrs.' Helen Genereux of 301 BETTY CROCKEK HUNONV JACK
tacit Springfield. :Mass is E wry a PAPERYOWELS CAKEMIXES INSTANT 4.
m.lling11': '. and :Mrs. Robert DRYDOG SWEET ,
Green for three wetks. RIVE I DILLS PEAS RICE POTATOES

Local> admittances to Brad- i .11. TcA;
ford County Hospital: this Fri Sat. a4l 69< ( :
1 _
week include: Calvin Harris, U Ji' :'if ii U ,
Victor Lamb I Lacy Whitt. !
George Prevail. Theodore 1
Trank. :Mrs. :Nina Sanders,
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Paul Godwin.Now: KP!some.:. Renntr.Mrs.: Martha: :Mrs.' COMPARE 00U\O-MK1M- TOO....SAYS.0 Bargains in Frozen Bargains in Frozen COMPARE OY.......... Y3189LI .f.

hcrthd .Junes., Christopher I
Walkllls.11': '''. Edna: Knepper i u iiMif CIT i num PACKER LABEL S LB tM I ?\ .ft MINI SINN iu c
and l lIrs: Annie ('IM>pt'r of Green Beansgcnm / .II' BAG .9'I Pantry Pride FR'N \I!. : Trash Can Liners 59 7o

Markeillie.Southerland iind 1 Wallace :Mann of I Bike G HV HICMH Bagstui IIMN tamn 79* FRENCH 'lu IUIKUIIInstant Coffee $368 SAVE

liutk-r. :MissKhondj Hennelt PLUS 20'FRIES 99cSPOT I P1ES4/$1
Eugene!! Iumce.lrs.: : Ethel:
Grilles; and l (ii-orgc Kowon ofUiulcv Stephen Bovd In I
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KevslomHeights: '. :Michael/( Griffin. Charlie of EVIL PANTRY 6; LAMBRECHT FrozenPIZZA YOUR \11' i I BOSTON BONNIE 12 pAK: uN ,

Iturnclt of l.iikc (Geneva, und CHOICE GLAZED FROZEN
:Mrs': :N.inc Larkin and FREE Dantry

William Browning!! of ItaifordUs ntlDEEP' TOASTER I3o PEPPERONI-I20I OR 1401 CHEES'77c' DONUTS 79C Dade {

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many: a lovely:small(i"I-\\'II'arlb world Of the I IM(; Ala......."."...Y.. __ PASTRIES 10 I HI-C. FRUIT

riTi'ixwl 1 in the past: three
works: me received: from Sun Mon Assorted Flavors
Preston: hollowV: Irom GARLIC FISH & 1 DRINKS 1E
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Girl Scouts News NewsELIZABETH
nrnurj Girl Scouts welcome new assistant leaders Mrs. Nate Peter ( ) Scouts "Do Their Thing"
Mrs. Richard (Susan) Shannon, Mrs. Doyce The Sunday, March 6.
(Pat)) We'ty' and new (Annette) Griffis, and Mrs. Starke 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Special : WALKER
will be featured every
with troops entertaining Girl Scout Cookie Drive collect money for the campaign Tuesday night Prayer Monday rehearsal. Wed-
events. The Girl Scouts will deliver on Birth Defects. Please Meeting 7:30: Wednesday nesday night Prayer Meeting.
964-5757 be featured. Troop cookies this week. All cooperate with this worthy night Senior Choir rehearsal. Thursday night Bible Study
encourage parents to costumers are asked to please cause. Thursday night Story Hour at 7:30.: Sunday School 7:30:
Always"r with their scouts to the church. Friday night Morning Worship 11 a.m.
with the scouts and
Communion Service 3 D.m.
Girl Scout Sunday CIIURCII NEWS Junior Choir rehearsal. Satur-
the order. The
accept projectis
A rcher- Ta 605 and 614 met at for a worthy The Church of God In day 6pm. Sunday School
Funeral cause.
nner' Catholic Church Feb. 22 Christ: Elder D.R. Williams, teachers meeting. The Senior Mt. Morlah: Services as
their "Thinking Day NAACP Meeting pastor. Prayer meeting will Ushers will sell dinners from follows: Tuesday night of each
301 South of Starke ," where they en- Bradford County Branch be conducted every night this the kitchen Saturday. Sunday Prayer Meeting is held.
International Tasting{ NAACP will hold its regular week.Preaching began for the School 9:30: a,m.. Morning Wednesday before the first
.' Revival service Sunday Feb. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday choir rehearsal.
Maria Kopelousos meeting Monday night, 27 through March 11. Services Worship 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:30: Morning
MONUMENTSDoyleM.Archer --, the celebration of March, 21 at 7:30: p.m. All conducted by Evangelist Worship 11 a,m. Services will
Lent and Easter with members and interested citizens Sullivan of Philadelphia Pa. God's Miracle & terminate for the day.
girls. are invited to attend. nightly. The public is invited Deliverance Outreach For All
Arc hie Troops 683 and 311 The State Board meetingwill to attend. People Church of God & New Bethel Missionary
met for a similar pro- be held in St. Petersburgat Holiness Inc.,Elder Singleton, !Baptist Church Rev. L.R.
L.F.D. at the Methodist the Sheraton BelAir and Greater Freewill Baptist pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Davis, pastor. Prayer ti
They tried a different Marina 6800 34th Street South, Church: Rev. Jasper Morning Worship 11 a.m. Meeting and Bible Study each
we are all anxious to March 45. Williams, pastor Service Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Tuesday 730.; Sunday ser
Your Means Now, Peace of Mind They, too, played games schedule as follows: Monday Weekly services Monday vices will conclude with t;
and sang songs from other Mothers March night 7:30: the Tiny Tots and night 7:30: Prayer Band Sunday School.
countries. Mothers will be marching to Ushers Board No. 2 met. meeting. Thursday night 7:30:
Prayer Meeting. Friday night Ebenezcr :Missionary Baptist -
Bible Study Sunday evening Church: Rev. L.R. Davis.
5:30: HYPU. pastor. Service activities asfollows

BUY ALL THE CUPS YOU NEED 8:30: Prayer: Thursday Meeting.night Sunday 7:30-: ( s

Philadelphia Missionary School 10 a.m. Morning d
Baptist Church: iiev W.G ,
Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Mayberry, Pastor Worship 4:30.:
THIS WEEK ONE WITH EACH The Pastor's anniversarywill 1
$3.00 'IN PURCHASE be celebrated March 36. :Mt. Pisgah A.M.K. Church
59ce. Activities as follows: Thurs- Rev. Leroy Young pastor.
day 7:30: p.m., Antioch Baptist Choir rehearsal was held
LAST CHANCE THIS Church Rev. Dennis Strong Wednesday night 7:30: Sunday I R
be night
will present. Friday
School 10 am.. Communion
7:30:: Mt. Her mo n Baptist Service 11 am.
SUPERMARKETS Richard Harrison and congre- Greater Allen Chapel

o OFF i PRln t e CUSTOMER SERVICE NOTICE Saturday gation will night hold 7:30.services.: Old A.M.IChurch Heastie pastor.: Rev.Tuesday KG.

we are pleased to accept Jersulem Baptist chhrch. night Prayer Meeting and
I WE ARE RENEWING ALL CHECK CASHING CARDS. jjjJjj Rev. S. Hushing, pastor, and Class Meeting. Friday night
I ANY SIZE I; AT YOUR CONVENIENCE, STOP BY THE OFFICE U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMPCOUPONS congregation will be in chargeof I.ovefeast7:30.Sunday: School
AND PICK UP YOUR NEW CARD, WHICH IS USABLE service. The Gainesville 10a m Communion Service II
I I IMMEDIATELY. IF YOU DO NOT NOW HAVE A Community Chorus will sing. a m. and 5 p.m.
Plans the
ISSUE ONE TO YOU NOW. mMJ NOW GOOD ON ALL Morning Worship II:15. St. are in making
I WITH NSeouroNw.aN.a.*.nwuNla,......I,on.iwn.rahaHCUNn[ .j WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS IMPORTED FOODS ALSO! John Baptist Church congregation the annual Women's Day celebration -
slur' ------------ April. All members unasked
Wright speaker..The public is
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nvited to attend.

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Living God: Elder tice. The first practice began
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CHUCK U* OOVT School 10:30: a.m.. Home Lee Annen wish to take time
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Phone 782-3300 Norman and Mr. and Mrs. ,,
City.Mrs. OF
Maines Griffis and Carl Prevatt were Sunday /: : FLORIDAPROBATE ,
CHURCH ACTIVITIES children, of Palatka, and Mr. dinner guests of their sister, I' by Dolores Meng DIVISIONFile Notice is hereby given that I, BRADFORD CASE COUNTY.NO.
and Mrs. Robert Smith and Miss Aline Brown. Phone 468-1913 Number 77-66-CP Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of of
The Marriage
Church of God: Sunday family were Sunday dinner Mrs. Pat Walker and son, of DivisionIN Bradford County, Florida under 'ALEXANDER

School 10 a.m., Worship Services guests of their mother, Mrs. Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Jack The class spent the remainder RE: ESTATE OF PEARL GAY and by virtue of Writ of LEONARD CUMMINGS Husband/

11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Nellie Wilkinson, and sister, Harvey, of Orlando, Mrs. Meetings of the week viewing SMITH, Deceased Execution to-wit: 'of Petitioner, and LINDA FAYE
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mrs. Daisy Boch. Leila Pevey, and Mrs. L.B. NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION Execution Issued out
Citizens of the filmstrips, reading and doing CUMMINGS, Wife/Res
Senior County Court of Duval County,
and Mrs. Willis of Ocoee them
7:30: p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: Mr. Dorman, met individual research
on teeth.
of Jacksonville and the with Hampton Area are Invited to Florida pursuant to a Final pondent.NOTICE
Chamberlin, there spent day
p.m. Each child wrote OF SUIT
dinner an evening of fun and relaxation a report on TO ALL: PERSONS HAVING Judgement for Russell A. Blumeof
were Saturday guestsof them.
Evergreen Baptist : what he had learned. PROPERTY
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship their son and daughter-in- Mrs. Sidney Hansen and her at the; City Hall on Friday, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Jacksonville Florida, and NO

Services 11 a.m. and 7 law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim sister, Mrs. Walter Martin, attended March 4, at 7:30: p.m. The following Friday they AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE against Fredrick C. Flakes, defendant FAYE CUMMINGS
The Hampton 4-H Club has AND ALL OTHER PERSONS In the amount of TO: UNDA
p.m. TU 6 p.m. Prayer Chamberlin.Mrs. the Bible Friendship presented a program to Mrs. Tifton
Street ,
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Gladys Pringle and Church at Keystone Heights an interesting evening Jean Clark's first graders explaining INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: $446.50 together with costs of 706 Sugar ,

Faith Baptist: Radio daughter, Mrs. Anita Miller of Sunday and heard a missionary planned for its meeting at 7:30: proper care of teeth. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat collection. Georgia. HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on Sanford, were Wednesday and heard lots of special p.m., Monday, March 7, at the administration of the estate Have seized and have in my YOU ARE for Dissolution of

Sunday. Bible School 10 dinner guests of their brother- music conducted by the Casey Hampton Elementary School. tvery cnila nad a share in of Pearl Gay Smith da- possession the following des- an action been filed
a.m'l and Hampton City Council Is presenting this At ceased. File Number 77-66-Cp cribed personal property to-wit: Matrimony has
Worship Services 11 a.m. and in-law and sister, Mr. Musical Family. They were program.
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. dinner guests of Mrs. Martin'sson scheduled to meet In the City the conclusion of the programall Is pending in the Circuit Court 1964 Ford Falcon Van I.D. against you and you are requiredto written

nesday 7:30: and daughter-in-law, Mr. Hall at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, children were given a tooth for Bradford County, Florida No. E11Th454411As serve a copy of your

Grace United p.m. Methodist: and Mrs. Don Boyette and Mrs. Clifford Martin and March 8. The ComprehensiveLand brush, a flouride toothpaste, Probate Division the address of the property of the above defenses if any, to it on J.J.for

Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship and family, of MacClenny, family.Mr. Use Planning Map will and some test tablets to Improve which is Bradford County Court named defendant and that on WOLBERT JR., address Attorney 142
Services 11 a.m. and 7 were Wednesday evening and Mrs. Arle Blevins, be available for examination brushing habits. Mrs. house Starke. Florida. The per Monday, the 28th day of March Petitioner, whose
and suggestions. Arleen Rich their teacher sonal representative of the 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on West Call Street, P.O. Box ,
p.m. Prayer Circle Wednesday dinner guests of their brother of Lennox, Ga., visited their and file
9 a.m. Good News Rap and sister-in-law, Mr. and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. was very proud of the way her estate is Robert Earl Smith said day on the premises of the Starke, Florida 32091,
of the
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mrs. O.J. Boyette and family. and Mrs. J.R. Devore and March of Dimes class presented this program. whose address is P.O. Box 272, Bradford County Jail I will offer the original with the Clerk before

Highland Baptist: Sunday Rev. W.O. Mathis, of family, on Sunday at home. Hampton Florida 32044. The for sale and sell to the highest above-styled Court on or
The community owes a big and address of the bidder for cash in hand, the March 21. 1977, otherwise a
School 10 a.m., Worship Services Middleburg. was a Thursday Other guests were Mr. and Nancy Fullwood who' has name per be entered
11 a.m. and 6 p.m. dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wick Eason, of Winter "Thank You" to Bobby been assisting Mrs. Kathryn sonal representative's attorneyare above described prpperty of said judgment may !
Shepherd who collected for set forth below.All defendant to satisfy the afore- against you for the relief demanded -
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Les McClellan. Other guests Park, and Mr. and Mrs. Wigglesworth with the fourth
the Mothers' March Birth in the Petition.
7:30: p m.Laura. Thursday afternoon were Harley Seabolt, of Hampton, on grade class made the students persona having claims or said Execution.
and the
of Defects during the past weekin demands against the estate are Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff WITNESS my hand
Mrs. Waldo Pringle, on Sunday. Feb. 25
Baptist: Sunday happy on by bringingin
the Hampton Area and to required, WITHIN THREE Bradford County, Florida seal of said Court on this 15th
School 10 a.m.. Worship Ser- Worthington Springs, and her Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes handmade ceramic Tiki
Cathy Williams who also MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF 3/3 4tchg 324IN day of February, 1977.
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. hrother-in-law, William and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne mugs with Polynesian AS
volunteered her time and efforts GILBERT S. BROWN
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Pringle of Burton, S C. Teston, Pam and Johnathan, designs. The students enjoyed PUBLICATION OF THIS
7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond gathered at the home of their for this cause in the painting these mugs on the NOTICE, to file with clerk of the THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CLERK OF SAID COURTBY

Northside Baptist: Sunday Williams and family, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hampton Lake Area. The following Monday. After Miss above court a written statementof BRADFORD COUNTY -s- Beulah Moody
of all contacted is
School 10 a.m.. Worship Ser Jacksonville, were Saturday Teston and family, for a generosity Fullwood had these mugs any claim or demand they FLORIDA Deputy Clerk
vices 11 a m. and 7 p.m. BTS evening dinner guests of their family get together and meal appreciated. Anyone and who may glazed, she presented them to may have. Each claim must be in PROBATE DIVISIONFile 2/17/ 4tchg 3/10
missed would
5:45: p.m. Prayer Meeting brother-in-law and sister, Mr. honoring their son, Michael, have been the class as a gift. witing and must indicate the Number 77-62CP
O.J. and like to contribute may still basis for the claim, the name DivisionIN
Wednesday 7 p.m. and Mrs. Boyette on his birthday anniversary. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO :
!St. John's :Missionary family.Mr. Mrs. Wayne Gustafson and make returns to Bobbie or and address of the creditor or his RE: ESTATE OF LAWRENCEW. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

Baptist! : Sunday School 10 and Mrs. Jim Cham daughter. Kris, are leaving Cathy or to Dolores Meng.Convalescents School Advisory Meeting agent or attorney, and the BATTEN SR. Deceased

a.m., Worship Services 11 berlin enjoyed a cookout with Sunday March 6th, for the amount claimed. If the claim is NOTICE OF Pursuant to Section 865.09

a.m. and 3 pm on second and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins, Republic of Philippines, to Principal Connie Clark not yet due the date when it will ADMINISTRATIONTO Rorida Statutes notice is here-

fourth Sundays. Prayer Band of Starke, on Friday night. join her husband, TM 1 Wayne distributed School Board become due shall be stated. If ALL PERSONS HAVING by given that the undersigned,
Mnnrlav ..t nnpn Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan Gustafson, at Cubi Point Rules Concerning Student the claim is contingent or un CLAIMS OR DEMANDS and Thelma
Sin>rna :Missionary Baptist visited Mrs. Fay Jones in where they will be stationed Mrs. Lonnie Thompson is Discipline drawn up by the liquidated, the nature of the uncertainty AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE Lawrence Route 2, Box 124-B.
: Sunday School 10) a.m.. Bradford County Hospital, from two to three years. recuperating at home following Bradford County School shall be stated. If the AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Oorrough
Florida 32091 doing
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. several days in the intensive Board and dated February claim is secured the security INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Starke, under the firm of
business name
7pm.BTS 5:45p.m., Prayer Darlene Norman and Hermie Kelly on Thursday care unit of Alachua 1977 at the school Advisory shall be described. The claimant YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat "DORO-CRAFTS" on SR 100

Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. sons, and Mr. and Mrs. W.E. afternoon were their sister-in- County Hospital.Lori Meeting held at Hampton Ele. shall deliver sufficient copies of the administration of the estate 21B Starke. Bradford
Gault and Stone has a brighter the claim to the clerk to enable of Lawrence W. Batten, near ,
Lawtey Elementary reported family were Sunday law, Mrs. Thelma Kelly, of mentary on Feb. 22. Florida 32091 intend to
an enrollment figure of dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville, and three nieces, outlook after all the cards and Also attending this meetingwere the clerk to mail one copy to Sr.. deceased. File 77-62CP. is County, said fictitious name

280 pupils for the February Leonard Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Thornet, of letters from her friends. Her sixth grade teacher, each personal representative.All pending in the Circuit Court for register of aforesaid
under the provisions
F.T.E. count. The F.T.E. Mrs. Carl Norman and sons. Camden Maine, Mrs. Jesse parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Mrs. Carole Shields, and interested persons Interested in the Bradford County Florida, Pro-

count taken two times each Mrs. Marcus Mosley and Hinson, of Terre Haute, Ind., Stone, report she was more parents: Mr. and estate' to whom a copy of this bate Division the address of statute.Lawrence and Thelma

school ;year in the elementary daughter Karen of Highlandwere and Mrs. Hazel Hairelson, of cheerful when they visited her :Mrs. Donald Roberts, Mrs. Notice of Administration has which is Bradford County Courthouse -
joint owners.
schools provides the state with Sunday dinner guests of Gainesville.Mr. at Shriners Hospital Greenville Evelyn Bauldree, Mrs. Omie been mailed are required North Temple Avenue, Dorrough of
this 17th
Dated day
information that determinesthe her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mervin S.C. on Feb. 26 and 27. Ganstine and Mrs. Cathy WITHIN THREE MONTHS Starke, Florida. The personal representative -
funding of Bradford Lonnie Teston. Walters, of Feasterville Pa., Her address there is 2100 N. Williams. FROM THE DATE OF THE of the estate is February, A.D. 1977 at Starke.

County schools. Mr. and Mrs. John Tye, Jr. spent the weekend with Mr. Pleasantburg Drive ((29609)). Majority of this group expressed FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Helen F. Jones whose address is Florida.

The Comprehensive Tests of and family, of Pensacola, and Mrs. Barry Watts and Lori will celebrate her 13th the opinion that qualified NOTICE, to file any objections 1387 St. Thomas Street Benton 2/17/ 4tpd 3/10

Basic Skills have been completed spent last week with their Barry Lee. Mr. and Mrs. birthday on March 12, so now teachers should be they may have that challenges Harbor Mchigan 49022. The

during the last two mother, Mrs. John Tye, Sr., Walters and Mr. and Mrs. is the time to get the cards authorized to discipline stu- the validity of the decedent's name and address of the personal IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR

weeks. The results of this and brother-in-law ans sister, Watts were Saturday overnight ready to send to her. Lori is dents when necessary. How- will, the qualifications of the representative's attorneyare BRADFORD COUNTY

standardized testing will be Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley. guests of Mr. and Mrs. able to attend school and. ever, Mrs. Ganstine said, "My personal representative, or the set forth below.All FLORIDACIVIL

available in about one month. Mrs. Gloria Rowe and Chuck Walters, of Holiday, participate in the special activities child has discipline at home, venue or jurisdiction of the persons having claims or ACTION

March 11 and April 1, formerly children were Sunday dinner Fla. The Walters remained planned there by the and I would be reluctant to court. demands against the estate are CASE NO. 77-58

designated as Teacher guests of her parents, Mr. and with their brother and sister- staff and volunteer workers. give just every teacher permission ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.AND required WITHIN THREE
Planning Days on the school Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Mrs. Louise Hogan is still to discipline at dis OBJECTIONS NOT SO MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF R.O. SIMMONS and WILUE M.

calendar have been designated Mrs. Edith Swinney, of Walters, but the Watts returned confined to Room 28 at cretion." FILED WILL BE FOREVER THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF SIMMONS his wife Plaintiffs

as pupil attendance Jacksonville, spent the home Sunday af Roberts Care Center, 4000 Clark said children are BARRED. THIS NOTICE, to file with the -vs- "

days. These are two days that weekend with her parents, ternoon.Mr. S.W. 20th Avenue in Gaines paddled only for profanity or Date of the first publication of clerk of the above court a FRANKLIN KING and LOLLIE

must be made up because of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson.The and Mrs. Robert Keith ville. Her telephone is 376-6214 continuous wilful dis this Notice of Administration: written statement of any claimor K. KING' his wife. Defendants.

schools closing during the Roberts and Mrs. and son, of Jacksonville, were and she would appreciate a obedience. Fighting is usually March 3, 1977. demand they may have. Each NOTICE OF ACTION

extreme weather. Swinney attended services at Sunday afternoon guests of call or an encouraging note. settled in a friendly manner. Robert Earl Smith, As Personal claim must be in writing and TO: FRANKLIN R. KING

Mrs. Tougaw's third grade First Baptist Church Sunday their sister, Mrs. John Tye. Dangerous items brought to Representative of the Estate of must indicate the basis for the GENERAL DELIVERY, MAIN

class will visit the Lawtey morning. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Jack Wainwright, of Tallahassee school by children are collected Pearl Gay Smith deceased. claim, the name and address of POST OFFICE BALTIMORE,
Post Office this week. :The Beach of Jacksonville Bridal Showers ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL the creditor his MARYLAND 21233
trip spent was a Saturday over- as seen and returned to or agent or at-
goes along with the letter Sunday afternoon with the night guest of his mother, pa rents. REPRESENTATIVE: torney, and the amount claimed.If YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .
writing unit in English. Robertsons.Miss Mrs. Truby Wainwright. Mrs. Melissa Curtis Clark stated he believes in George H. Pierce the claim is not yet due the that an action to Foreclose a

Special thanks to the Brad Robyn Tinsler, Scott, Friends of Mrs. Juanita Newman, a recent bride, was reasoning with students, P.O. Drawer 1030 date when it will become due Mortgage on the following property

ford Vo-Tech School for as and John spent the weekend Harper, of Starke, regret to honored at a Wedding Shower guiding in a firm but kindly Starke Florida 32091 shall be stated. If the claim is in Bradford County,

sembling the bleachers pur with their parents, Mr. and learn that she is a surgical given by Amy Davis at manner with the attitude that Telephone 904/964-5701 contingent or unliquidated the Florida:

chased by the Little League Mrs. Albert Tinsler, of patient in North Florida Regional Hampton City hall on Feb. 22. a happy child is the most edu- 3/3/ 2tchg 310INVITATION nature of the uncertainty shall Lot 10 Block 11, TEMPLE'S

Association. This will enable Homestead. Their grand- Hospital in Gainesville.Our Mrs. Linda Hodges was cable. be stated. If the claim is secured ADDITION to Starke. accordingto

parents and citizens to enjoy parents, Mr. and Mrs. John prayers are'' with her. delightfully surprised as the The group did not feel suspension the security shall be described. Plat thereof recorded in Deed

the games by having a Tmsler: of Beach City, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly recipient of a baby shower on was the best answer The claimant shall deliver Book G, Page 304. public

suitable place to sit. who. spent the winter with visited their cousin, Mrs. Loca Feb. 18 given by Mrs. Walter because education is neces- TO BID sufficient copies of the claim to records of Bradford County
their son and daughter-in-law Whitten of Lake Butler Rhoden at I the home of thehonoree's the clerk Florida
sary to form a productive to enable the clerk to /
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tinsler, Sunday afternoon. mother, Mrs. Jack citizen.In Sealed bids and/or quotations mail one copy to each personal -has been filed against you

visited their brother and met them there. Thelma Starling, Jeanette Hall. Sixteen guests enjoyed conclusion, Clark. stated will be received in the office of representative.All and you are required to serve a

sister.in-law, Miand Mrs. Mrs. Pierce Crews, Mrs. Hamilton, and Tommy the occasion. Hampton had less discipline the Administrator, Bradford persons interested in the copy of your written defenses, if

E.L. Kelly and family, of Key Jessie Chastain Mrs. Mae Godwin, of Gainesville, problems than most other County Hospital, 922 East Call estate to whom a copy of this any to it on RICHARD E.
stone Heights on Saturday of Thomas, Mrs. Ethel Raymond visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Susie Powell and Donnie schools probably because of Street, P.O. Box 1060 Starke, Notice of Administration has WELTY, Attorney for Plaintiffs

last week.. All their children Mrs. Eunice Wilson, Eunice on Wednesday.Mr. Falcon were honored at a the rural atmosphere. The Florida :32091, until 5:00: P.M., been mailed are required whose address is I 114 N. Walnut

were home and they had a Mrs. Vonceil Futch, and Mrs. and Mrs. Lonnie Bride and Groom Shower on rule that principals are responsible March 17, 1977 on following: WITHIN THREE MONTHS Street P.O. Box 995. Starke,

birthday dinner for their Inez Faulk were luncheon Adams of Jacksonville, were Fl'b.26. for children from the 1 Phototimer, including; FROM THE DATE OF THE Florida, 32091 on or before
father. guests of the Woodmen Circleat dinner guests of the R.E. Leeson Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen time they leave home until Mounting Bracket Wiring Harnesses FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS March 21, 1977, and file the

Henry Hodges carried Mrs. the Wishbone on Wed- Sunday.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Townsend they arrive at school was and Installation NOTICe. to file any objections original with the Clerk of this

Annie Mae Crews to Wood. nesday.Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice Strickland were hosts of this agreed by all to be unfair. General specifications are they may have that challengesthe Court either before service on

bury. S.C. to visit her mother, and Mrs. Roger Collins, visited their sister, Mrs. delightful occasion at the available upon request from the validity of the decedent's Plaintiff's Attorney or immediately -

:Mrs. Alma Pugh who is a of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Pansy Knight, and son Owen, Hazen home in Starke. Susie'scorsage office of the Administrator.The will, the qualifications of the thereafter; otherwise

patient in the hospital there. with Mr. and Mrs. B.L. of Maxville, Monday. consisted of a yellow LVo.CIIMENU:; Bradford County Hospital personal representative, or the a Default will be entered againstyou

They left Wednesday\ after Wilkison Sr. Friends of Eugene Eunice chore girl with white ribbons :March 7-11 Corporation reserves the right to venue or jurisdiction of the for the relief demanded in
noon and returned Thursdayp.m. John Timothy Wilson spent regret to learn that he is a and leaves; Donnie's corsagewas reject any and all bids and/or/ court. the Complaint.

Wednesday to Sunday with his patient in Bradford County unique. being made of quotations or to waive any minor ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS WITNESS my hand and the
WON DAY- Fish portion on bun cola
:Miss Elizabeth Terry was a parents Col. and Mrs. Hospital. Our prayers are miniature wheat heads, slaw I'..." fries. pear half, milk. technicality or informality in the AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Seal of this Court on February
guest of her sister, Mrs. C.E. William Wilson. with him chickens and pigs. Refresh TUESDAY Pi.... buttered corn tads or quotations received. FILED WILL BE FOREVER 16, 1977.GILBERT.
Strickland of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie ments were served by !Mrs. Iruil cup peanut butler cookie. milk. Bids will be opened during the BARRED. S. BROWN AS

:Monday to Wednesday. Mrs. Devore, and son Scotty, of 11 M. Hatcher and Kitty boiled WEDNESDAY beans. cole Bologna slaw, applesauce sandwich,, meeting of the Board of Date of the first publication of CLERK OF THE COURTBy

W.A.ester was their Atlanta, Ga. spent the SCHOOL MENU: llazen. Donnie plays on the milk. Trustees. 7:30: P.M. on. March this Notice of Administration: : Virginia F. Darby, Deputy
Tuesday dinner guest, and weekend with their parents, March 7-11 Green Machine Softball Team THURSDAY- Fried. chicken. .. 17, 1977.Bradford. February 24. 1977.
Miss Eve Futch their niece, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Devore. whose members had a big peas. mashed potatoes, chocolate County Hospital Corporation Helen F. Jones As Personal Re- 2/17 4tchg 3/10
was their Tuesday evening J.R. Devore was able to spendthe Monday: Corn dog,,mustard ketchup part in arranging the shower. pudding hot rolls milk.. rice presentative of the Estate of -
PRIOAYH.mbuo.I gravy on
supper guest. day Sunday at home. col. slaw pineapple upside' down cake, Susie I is the daughter of Mrs. mustard greens, apple crisp. cornbread 3/32tchg 3/10 Lawrence W. Batten, Sr., De
Mrs. Pierce Crews attendedthe milk. Evelyn Powell and grand. milk.NOTICE. ceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION
Friends of Fonzo Prevatt, funeral of Shep Tomlinson, Tuesday! Chicken with rlct.. gretnhma daughter of !Mrs. Evelyn ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL TO TAKE BIDS

of Starke, regret to learn that at First Christian Church, of beans cranberry ...... biscuits. Vaughan. REPRESENTATIVEGeorge

'*! is a heart patient in Brad- Starke, on Saturday af. ptanut butftr, peaches milk. LECiRLS NOTI CE OF INTENTION TO H. Pierce 'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

ord County Hospital. Our ternoon. Wednesday: Spc.d ham and chetse Personals REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME P.O. Drawer 1030 the City of Hampton, S

prayers are with him. Mrs. W.H. Pringle and .sandwich potato chips, buttered corn OF INTENT ION TO Starke, Florida 32091 Florida, will accept sealed bids
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl fruit milk.ThuridiVi Little Deborah Lenn !Me- for the collection of and
cup garbage
daughter, Mrs. Anita Miller, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Pursuant to Section 865.09 Telephone: 904/964-5701
Prevatt on Wednesday af. of Sanford, visited her Moot loaf, mashid Cullough from Raiford spent Florida Statutes. notice is hereby 2/24 2tchg 3/3 trash. The Contract awarded will

ternoon, were Wade Gaskins. brother-in-law and sister, Mr potatoes with gravy. ..n .beans, rolls from Feb. 25 through 27 with Pursuant to Section 866.09 given that the undersignedPaul be for the term April 1, 1977,
and Rev Walter Mathis, of b....', milk. her father, Lynn McCullough, through September 30, 1977.
and Mrs. J.R. Devore, at Florida Statutes notice is here- H. Faulkner, 206 South
MiddleburgMr. Friday, Spaghetti with moat Ct.. .... and grandparents, Mr. and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR The Contract will provide the
Water Street
and Mrs. Terry Futch, Bradford County Hospital oil by given that the undersigned Starke Florida.
tossod salad ranch Mrs. Lester! McCullough and following conditions
braid :
Wednesday Bernard F. Huffington Bradford :32091, doing business under the ,
and of Jacksonville
sons, Zina Beth. She 1. be ,
milk. enjoyed a Garbage must picked up
Park Lot 31, Starke Florida firm name of "FAULKNER
Beach were Saturday F- cookout Saturday evening anda ACTION once per week on the day set by
32091, doing business under the REALTY 126 South Water
of their aunt. Miss .
guests shopping with her the Sanitation Committee
> spree CASE NO.77-69 and
firm name of "PASTRY SHOP Street, Starke, Bradford
Elizabeth Terry. The occasionas ..
Aunt Iris Hart on Sunday.Mr. the successful bidder. In
IN RE: The Marriage of ED- case of
138 East Call Starke Bradford County, Florida 32091 Intendsto
to celebrate their son,
and Mrs. Wads- the
Jerry rain garbage will be
Florida 32091 intends register said ficitious name WARD WALTON, Husband, pickedup
3rd County
Bruce Futch's Birthday
His mother .. worth and family attended a to register said fictitious name under' the provisions of aforesaid and BETTY LOU WALTON, the next working day.
Anniversary. birthday dinner celebrationfor 2. Only in .
Wife. plastic garbage
of aforesaid
under the provisione statute.
baked him a birthday cake Mrs. Madge Sullivan in bags will be
picked All
Paul H. Faulkner
with candles on it. : Waldo on Feb. 27 Other statute. owner. containers be
set in
: the
Bernard F. Huffington, Dated this 24th day of
Norman and
Mrs. Mary members of the family attending driveway or some other
TO EDWARD WALTON. C/O convenient
A.D. :
; owner February, at Starke,
little Howard Mrs. Marie .
were Mr. and !Mrs. Dated this 17th day of Florida. JUANITA WALTON, P.O. BOX place near the roadway.
Brown, and Mrs. Edward Bob Sullivan and son of St. 3. Trash (limbs
February, A.D. 1977 at Starke 2'rVltchn' : 3/10 211, RICHLAND, GEORGIA, old tires,
Roberts were t Augustine, Mrs. Hazel Griffis Florida. leaves etc.) will be picked up
morning guests of Mr. and and family of Starke and Mrs. once week
2/17 4ipd 3/10 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an per as arranged by
Mrs. Tim Wilkerson and Lori Weisner and family of NOTICE INTENTION Action for Dissolution of the successful bidder and the

family.Mr. Gainesville. NOTICE OF INTENTION REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Marriage has been filed againstyou Sanitation Committee. All limbs

Tracy Prevatt celebrated REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and you are required to cut to a maximum of four feet in

and and Mrs. Raymond Mr. and r. his 9th birthday on March 1. Pursuant to Section 866.09 serve a copy of your written defenses length, all trash must be placed
Durban family
Florida Statutes notice is hereby by the side of the road.
Williams and Pursuant to Section 866.09 if any to it on
Mrs. of Raymond Jacksonville, Mr. and Hampton Elementary Florida Statutes notice is hereby -. : given that the undersigned, WELTY. Attorney for 4. If the job is not done satis-

sons and family given that the undersignedPaul ...Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner Petitioner, whose address Is 114 factorily, the Sanitation
Mrs. Boyette :206 South Water Street, Starke, North Walnut Street P.O. Box Committee will warn the .
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Army Private Rollins On Feb. 21 the third grade H. and Irene L. Faulkner, successful
Williams, of Hampton, !Martin A. MartinSCHWEINFURT Complete Training class enjoyed a very Interesting 206 South Water Street Starke, Florida 32091, doing business 996, Starke, Florida, 32091. andRe bidder In writing. If not
under the firm name of"FAULKNER'S the with the Clerk of ,corrected promptly, the Con-
gathered at the home of Mr. Germany talk on how to care Florida 32091, doing business tract will ..
and !Mrs. Fay Durban, of Lake Army Private Martin A. Army Private Edward W for their teeth. under the firm name of "PLAZA GULF High- the above-styled, Court on or be- be considered

Butler on Saturday night for a Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rollins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Patsy Silcox. from Dr. LODGE MOTEL," 2306 North way 100s and Magnolia, fore March 21, 1977, otherwise line breached will be and the next bidder in

family evening meal. William A. Martin, 250 S.W. Edwin L. Rollins Route 2, Denmark's Starke office, explained Temple. Starke Bradford Keystone Heights, Clay County Judgment may be entered notified.
6. The
Mr. and Mrs. Harold 2nd Ave., Lake Butler, recently Lake Butler, recently completed how and why teeth County Florida 32091, Intend to Florida 32666. intend to register against you for the relief City reserves the rightto
the 3rd should be given good register said fictitious name said fictitious name under the demanded in the Petition. reject any and all bids '
Galloway, Maria and Clayton, was assigned to training as an armor care, Bids Info
ot Augusta. Ga., visited their Infantry Division In Germany. crewman under the One demonstrating proper methodof under the provisions of aforesaid provisions of aforesaid statute. WITNESS my hand and the must be turned the
teeth. Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner, seel of said Court on the 16 day Oty deck by 7:30: P.M., March
The Sheridan brushing Much Interest statute.
private a -
and Mrs.
uncle and aunt, Mr. Station Unit Training (OSUT) 8, 1977. Al bids
missile loader with C was shown in Paul H. and Irene L Faulkner joint owners. of February. 1977. must be sealed
Fred :Moore on Saturday Troop Program at Fort Knox, Ky. observing] Dated this 17th and wIN be opened
afternoon. 3rd Squadron of the division's7th OSUT Is a n-week period joint owners. day of feb-- GILBERT S. BROWN AS at the regular

!Miand Mrs () J Boyette Calvary in Schweinfurt, which combines basic combat some of the Instrument and Dated this 17th' day of ruary Florida.A.D 1977. at Starke, CLERK Of SAID COURTBy City 1977.PaRe4U .Council Meeting; March 8, : \t

and family wer' Sunday entered the Army In August .training with advanced Individual x-rays used by a dentist to February, A.D. 1977 at Starke : Virginia F. Derby Deputy MARY LEE '
2/17 4tpd 3/10/ ALLEN ; .
Qerk CIty
2/17 3/10
dinner guests of their mother, J J16. training check and clean teeth. Florida. 4tpd 2/17 4tchQ 3/10 2/24 2tchg 3/3 .



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Chris March

phone 431-1522 /, trwillc jar

The Brownies in this area I

have new leaders. Linda

Helms is the new supervisorand LR1LTY

Beverly Skeen is the new :

assistant supervisor. This -

group is for ages seven to

eight. or first and second

graders.The ...-- Cecelia Terwillegar
Boy Scouts also have :

new leaders. Jerry Pilcher is' .;, PREFERRED PROPERTIESDoll

the scoutmaster of our troop FOR SALE FOR SALE
: SERVICEHOME ASING'l'ONCadiIlu'cDklcinubilo
and Harry Tison is the House with 3 bedrooms at 798 West Pratt.

assistant. Recently the scouts GARAGE SALE Satur 'IOI SOIL. f'III. DIKI ti Vt ILL PAT. up lo iso cash "Salea&Servke. Owner transferred.

planted a lot of pine trees in day, March 5, 9 a.....5 p.m. d.y. per weekt dozer work HOUSE no Kr;PAIRSn, for old. car*. hornton'a. Sal F W Si''''''Iom (If U..d -----
Ha if or d for their community <17 Wet Adklaa Street and dragline work. Phnne children no p.ta. 1013 Butler type remodeling! roofs new. vage. Phone V6I-62I1. 1/20 CanTnkenOnailillnc'l'nulr Swimming pool fish pond custom.built, luxurious

service project. S2 46M-IN73 Read. Phone Clyde addition, concrete .work or ( home, complete in detail.
Itp.!!.,!,_ Star Route, Columbia 964-8790 'I lf/thg_:: every
'Hampton "S1KPIIENSMIIH : :!' or write painting. Free eitimatea.phone SIll N.W. 13 J7(-5JUI .
COPIER desktop I I.4MHI.L. (HU Connerly Eitatea Starke, 9646127 IlIN1FChg N f: t f: I II IIO M EIMPROfMKNTS : (,-\t ''" \' .Kffl : Small cozy 2 BR, 'b..iii-bTcck; ; home on large
Master Woody Hitler. Jr. Thermo.Fax, good condition. G.E-: WASIIERd: ; Florida.! _Itpd' 3/3. ___ .: !_ ____ ltrl'\IKS: :IIOMlor: ::. : OK beautiful lot on Call Street. Back portion of lot couldbe

celebrated his fifth birthdaywith 75. Phone 7823881. Itpd electric dryer. Harvest gold CARPENTRY WORK !lireplace remodeledVitchen sold separately maintained as.a garden.
a at his home. 3/3 MOBILE HOME I2 60. ---- -
party The
e .eel'.t 1 1 end
condl- palatine repair Have ) .*. bath.
cake was decorated with furnished on large lot la addition Luxurious custom.built and custom decorated brick
a toy tlon/warranty. Almost reference Phone 9041)81 ..
new .".1(' or enclosed
train. and enjoyed by about 20 REGISTERED SIBERIAN 1375 each for both. Phone country 4 125month. Phone 2/21 TF/Ch L._ __ carport., nilI..UH (;Gnfff, FAULKNERE home on spacious waterfront property with all the

guests.Monday. HUSKIES I male. I fe- r 5: ...!.!pd 3/3 !fd-! ._ __ 1712111)1.; ) Ifn/rhg amenities.
mil.*. Blue ---
before last Russell eye. 5 week. VACUUM CLEANER REPAIR
Bessho won a tennis match for ConUct Mri. R.R. Chluro" II, BASSETT BEDROOM BR DUPLEX unfurnlahed. 2 aD make. .u|| S tRAIl COVENTRY; JM\: A Live in a pecan grove on 10 acres in 3 BR block

his school team. Russell is 628 Pinewood Drive, Sta.... SUITE almost a.w. and, refrigerator.CilIA. carpet No, range ,model Starke Sewing I.RV': Sales opportunity home. ___
also Itpd 3/3_. originally II.600. King size ( pets, Cenl.r.ZtS Kant Call Street. ( all t:rma John.Mil 5IH.I or Ia
currently calling Bingoon --- 1165/mooth. Available ATTENTION HANDYMEN Invest and
headboard triple dresser Phone 9648312. 2/24 Annetta Beazlie, 372.4111 I I. 126S.tstrSt. rwi : restore one

Thursday nights for the ROOFING REMODELING: win mirror, secretary type March I. Phone 9647574. TF/Chg U2lrchgAUTOMOBILES____ ___ "Starke. Florida J of Starke's finest old homes and be the envy of those

KSP-UCI Employees' Club. and Aluminum" and \layt cheat with builtIn light two 2/17. ..TF/Chg. ___ 96451163RISIDF.NTItl. 7 with less Imagination!
Not only is Russell sweet now Siding. For tree ...tim.l.P. night itanda. 1400( eaah. A ---- !

he's good( for something too! .!!.-.!!. '!:!I..4..I _!!3 Phone 964-4488 alter 530. .urnl.h.HOUSE..-. carpeted 2 BR, la country central, [:your TEACHER-home: 6hour.tutor Phone In USED SouthgateS/l)3BK;! I 1/2 1.75 acres which could be either commercial or
Mary Starling drove over to ltpd3/3 residential, with liveable'
-_ heat air-conditioned. Phone 4684419 between 6 and 7. brick- front. Nice lot. story home with CH.A.
visit mother. Mrs. Peters SWIMMING
964-6114 or 473-4777 '2/242tpdJ/3:_ - -
Jacksonville MORTGAGE NO tOR Itchg IORI PICK.l'P 4 wheel
in Monday deluxe above ground 3/3 2 BR. IB frame home In Protect your family Be a proud homeowner in
SAI E Valued at (5.0IHI) drive, 1967 completely
; Mr. and !Mrs Albert Stafford aluminum and steel pool -_ MOBILE HOME: IIII\'tSG rebuilt excellent. condition paved. Green Acres with a nearly new home.
|3i| with return of $7 Jim. Phone Aim, mobile home hurricane new paint. M)00.
have both been ill recently repossessed by bank drive. This has .
a I bedroom -- ----
will ...rlfle.. Phone collect 96I506.! TF/hg TIIREF. !MOBILE HOMES anchoring and mobile Phone Mtttdbtl.!! l/n Itpd
Last Wednesday Mrs. J.C. .
apartment that will MID.30's brick home CH A
2 BR with front kitchens 3/10 .. : Downtown with 3 BR.
|904-3| 8-5103 day home roof coating. Olin'sStabile ..
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Kitchens. !Mrs. S.B. Carroll add nicely to your Income.
evening. 3/3 TF/Chg spnu: : l-OllPMENf: : fR) on 1/2 acre Iota In Hamptonvilla. Home Service Phone 1973 SIPrRBK.; A/C. 2 full baths all rooms are large.
and Mabel Crews - -
came over _. S\IE: 10) percent above llamptoa. Phone 468- WM Sttl'O.' Highway IIMIM.Starke. good .condition 1,600.) ---
-- 3 BR. brick veneer homeon
to see how the Staff ords \ ere. LIFETIME MOTOR HOME( tout. Olin'i Mobile Home 2063. Itpd 3/3 tf/thg Phone 116 t-51175 after 4pm.IUhgJ3 approximately 2 acres We are always in the market for homes unde.

On Friday night their son, Service. Highway UKIW.Starke. ; -.------- $25.000 in good repair.
1974 A/C. P/S. P/B. 7 with iota. of beautiful
Hob and a friend Rodney Phone 964-SlilHt. T\\ > FURNIShED: A. '
awning, --- -
generator I7.IHMI. EXPERT CARPENTRY tree lerra
C'orbin. came from Jacksonville Ph ne 33775.. TEthgMoron PARTMENTS one and 1975 PI We handle properties advertise. Come
_nchg3/3! WORK Remodeling MO 2 door 4 - we never in
to see them. Albert is \\l'j;; :;;l HOI ;Sf:; : OrM : 8071.two bedroom. Phone 964- repair fir. place construction ftpeed. Low. mileage; like FARMS & AKEA.K and talk to us. If we don't have it, we'll find itt!
reeling better now but Sarahis \ .\ I tI, Manv brnd HOME 1972 :_ltpd' ._____ and addition. new, one owner. Phone'' !till6Sim. 2 BR. 211 with. apartmentand --- -

still feeling low. Our hopesfor ill. new vacuum... I urdmachine .I ....a Ito.d. ('h."y eh..",J*. |Phone 473-3622 day or night ). .. .3/1' 2tpd :.1/10 workshop. com Cecelia T Terwi//egcir//
22 feet HOME: 2 BR. partially for 2/17 < bination. Three with
a fast recovery. available. I: good condition 4tp< acre I
'.perlrrpaim. 206 West Madison, Avenue
lZ.OIHJ mile*. Phone 96HI071' furnlnhed. Phone 964 75JI.: 3/10 fish pond. Irrigation and m
Miss Maggie McCay was involved all make Part and ._ 1973 PLYMOUTHSatellite -
sir 1647839. 3/3. 2tchg 2 '! other outbuilding. Starke Florida
in an accident at schoolon .u..rlu lor all vacuum*. Ir/.hg -_ 1'0111' NKr.n: Septic I'u.lom. 6 cylinder t

Thursday and taken to the lI..ilt.ln central vacuum .SWIMMINC< POOl. "SACRIIKK tank pumping Inntalllng or *. 4 door air.conditioning - OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

,leaning "vlem*. |OI I NVIlllh \ ; leading manufacturer MOBILE HOME! 3 BR. 2 drain line? Keationable. low mileage f I.7.11.!) 74 acre withlll'xNO' barn HOME PHONE 964-5145
hospItal. Maggie mother. .
\ ..nu.siniovilli... and distributor ha deluxe bath In Lawiey. Phone 7823H06. Phone 4II-12U2: alter 230PJJL Phone 7H2.3Ntl I.awtevCIIK ... This has a very good income I

Shirley. said Maggie is feeling Thiine 17H.71 III. '1 "! 3/3 TF/t!hg" : ltpd 3/3 from h..". Terms __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ !
helter now. and her bumps IrihgM aluminum pool leftover : .. .. Ji-'H: f- --. : : .. available.AIHUKOM. __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _

and bruises are healing Hope XS, MIR ..iii-: 22.\. price from guaranteed 1976 season, 1/2 in- HOME 3 BR, CH/A. carpeted ,\I.'Ulltll.It.S"U'Ii": ;\ >' :NOVA 1972 .I - THOMAS Ralph Bryan

sou are smiling bnow. !2$'*. and :IS', Mld at Hah utaUatiun and term. Phone storage hou... on !MOTS' "Succeuilul livingfor door automatic trans. \\ : fJ

Maggie. m.-!'.. Unmount .1 1 /chg collect |9U4) I 3)1 1.SI 5(1.l ( .large lot. Phone 064.5S27. "people who want to miiiaion air power Hteerlng.very Hampton Two beautiful Lake.: home One on of :::! REALTY RealEstate

CUSTOM: ; 1E/hg: 1/21)) 2/24:_TF/Chg. : SKIP drinking. and STAT nice. Priced for quick. i
DRAPERII.S !__.._ _. ._ _. Ih... home ha* to be
The elementary school issaving tPIIOLSTKRING: ANI>> \I.t I \11'1"I WINDOWSsingle OI.IVS: SIBIIIVISION:. and Ntopped.Sunday Meeting H Thursday Phone ale 1550. Phone 6t 6711 what you are looking for. bJI North. Walnut StStarke. itt: I.ISIINIS I

('amphelis labels WALL COVERINGS our hung and aw ninic*. :Mix I I/Z acre lot.. (30 "per month. WISVO'I cur !Iii p.m.15434.: IIIhrlxtl.n ltc-bgJJ/3- V> alo have. lake lots. ''Ililcit Florida ::12111.1Oil !

until March :II, 1177. for school workmanship lo guaranteedIn N "S.1.1111I': ; Itll water and sewage furnlwhed. ( "Street. 1/13 |: available.. .'2 acre SR III Went.
2lpd Ilo.m..I..J. 'I 1 human .
writing! Our decorator for Information call !Mark 1171! ( .\" \RU AC.PS High and dry with brauui.Itesl
.."ill -
If has : IS x >:2! l''.511: lit' 3/31 '
am one
txiuipmrnt\ any come too, but phone duality ,5:! '27.11I1) SI 3\'S Olin. OUV. Mobile Home .-. P/B. SI.650). Phone (OMMHU) IAl. M.lrl lul tree |tnu rtprrf|I. see
labels) please! let me know. it's Interior. Orange Park. 269-!! : Sale \ in-3775. 3/3 I this one lo heliete. it. hut
Illll It s/| | .s. II Mil. UNI Highway I IINI Sest.Starke .: )llchg_ _. 5 beautiful acre of commercial Hampton I .k.. 911.1 I Mil' .
lor a good cause 2219 C.rren love "Spring MISCEllANEOUS d..n'l drag (eel
C I I.Ml I I 1C. :101 South 1mm 'leg :No pet pleane. property locatedon fenced lot north ,hure. 1 2"' \nur causeU
Hex and. IH'ttv I Milt-brand 254-7261..: :. 2/24: -TF/'hg!: : Phone <*64 56116.) IIJHOMES : 11A4 ( \ROIKT: ; PKK I .S. 301 :North located dork with mobile home. i I. priced lo sell .l

:i! .tie leaving' (" us :?March 18 Kex SHFPHf: >>> AM: IIt'n' I 01 s 4|11I1.95'II! .\NIKHIK lUhmrr'S tIE. '':.!:;!!'!!II- \t tI' f' VI.I.INI.: ; '1 In but IP- rough n'l$. Phone within the city limit. .- $2715ii.

i, is in the :Navy and will be .1'PS II week old. PhoneWWIWMi. up. 171-3771. Itchg J/.1 - 1 ovelv. (frame house.
on _
itr M-ll \\tin rail 7" >2HII7) .r one
Silver s.nd I ake .1 lilt
I Ilisrount. 2/.I: I II.I'll hll Paul II. raulknerKi *
transferred to :Naha. : .' .Jtpd' 33IIOTPDINT FOR SALE write. I.uma <''Kail. PO II..\ acre. !SlateKoad! IIHI\. lurnihed house iin lo\i-l
Okinawa, Hex and Belly havea l >U. lake tile.,. llorhla.. 1972 II'IIU\I.: '.D.ron take lot with adjoining

darling I II I monl h.old son..Jl'rl'Il1Y I R KIRIGrRATOR limIt 'I and\1.1::. Mobile linenI'srts NIH: IIOMf.: 3 nit. 2 I Mm: :. 2 door. For ale or trade.. I..r.m.1I -\.-orlate- '..earl new. home, large rege *%ailablesill I" .IIIIII.
Hetty has worked asthe : 6 cubic supplie UI.I"S bath carpet. air/heat cornel cac. lean. Phone Mill living room with centralhrat
MOIIIItIIOMI: ALL TPES KM: S made Irene I.. raulkncrVhl
S\fS.! at
lot bv school 795V. )Itpd. J/3 and air nn 15 arrew.
let Keystone.Phone _
Typing I'ool supervisor at apartment Ue. good Olio Mobile ,.SHI I .1 \ \ll .
Mighwat till \% rl, !Slarke. Home :\11 cents 1.a..le\ area. \ till 1Nirr
.. Hood Con 473- .
condition tot) h. Phone cow at
KM' for Ioe'l'ral'l'ars.. These c piI.nm111! | 51i1>Ci. 'I I I l'rhgI.Ill each. Ilighw* 1UII !Starkephone SuanM! Hakken.
493 .... ... - :f UK hrat and air 1.1'.0 IT
.nt nice people:and will beg 9ti-t.:! .'!.-....!!!. _L:. ..2/I.!..TF/Chg. 964.511151. I1rhg$24NWeekt :""' 1 MMI" lots rowbi'
'1 s\fT: Iliamond .; ;... on llamaion Prked in *>.II.atl
Iciiving a lot of friends here nei-dle lake rinnnring aailnbltHO1 >. 11:1.51111.l:
\\(' w .ish them only the best in IIICKI.N: IKR1II.IZIK: 217 different l Inc .any *tereo* .. haveI over 3 BR HOME I 1/2 bath, ) ), Hlufllnfl. envelopes - -
loaded on your truck or one.* w Ill/A carpet dive equity already "Stampedand s 1/1 'KI "t "I| Mthlitui I'
I tlic future ahead Basil andMaty I hem all .lahmer'sI 5046172a. lot on :101 South in \r..IC' lake I..IM- a
and lake
trailer reanonabkI'honr up payment 791 .dd r..d. Free 'I aulhon/iil.
HUP'pU. Suukliliulir 1 ritt, limit...
lou Ilildebrand I home financing Mobil llomii. .
: Ilisrount I
came 1clegHELP area. o
473j4W8: _Jlpd 31rlBrR.I.AS : \\cut Pratt phone 964 N/04.llpd ... "Send ....U..dd.d. I'liiiiic'Hi! I I.IIJII. : |iii IllS - .
all tlu-'- "aIrom Osceola. houses. Owner linsnrrlS
3/3.. _ stamped envelope to: Diver- Ualnul |:Illl' Snulh, in acres on I 1110 \. near cit.
:Missouri l to visit Rex and : SKI BOAT allied 121X1 Camden llrlve. sinrki-l' 1 Iin/. hK ... limit,.

Hrlly The \'isitlas enjoyed l lh SltH). Phone 473-11(11.() Itpd WANTED BV OWNER :1 BR. 2 b.lh. RI..hmond.I..lal.. 2:1229.: \ I OEOROC ROBCRTI .. I acre mohile hunii1 km.li)5sll)5 .

l \' all. Rex und Basil! I are 3/3-_ brick home, newly. re 2/242todJ/3: !! ._ 1974 'I 1-It 11'1.1 one: K owner\\\ \SAKIIOO toy J-1 IRSU.UCE. | ) lot. read, l" High and .dr, $2.ii4i.

hi'olhl'rs. Little Jeremy us- PllfI'E\fAS( under decorated double carport on Illl.I.''' S\\\ SHOP I ...nl'plo.S. build near rhool -
clean Ito linn
mileage witrmanv
(Hfi.illv enioved l the out.of-- C\tIIIIU.; 3 roller" pigs ETA: program. Apply City nice lot many ..1.... Phone (.harprning hervire.circular. extra very C70II) or bet ... North Ttmpl Avt. r Jl I acre 1.:l.'n Ii.1 i>fuoiirf

'st.itt 'lolks. and was snuggled! and game chlckenM.. rank ol Starke Police llepart- 96* 14631). :NO UK,\I.;Kill SPJ.IASE332tpd hand ....bi...... olfer: Phone "lildliTt; J/1 STaRKE.FLOR1OA ? I'roperlt un ::1111 north and high In nil un pateil.

anil loved to no end bv Lncle: "Sutton Route I. Bo* 12: %, ment Thund.,. rrlday, : 3m. ,'bain miiwe blade hollow. 3tpd' .1/17 _nul h. : road oaks. and |line.

Itasil and Aunt Mary Lou. On I avley. Itpd_! _3/3 Monday, lueaday ".dn... ground.. and huliinrcd I eave _ Sll: .Mini, innsr financing.
; oldermodel
1 lit'lann I humusKrC -
Tluirsdav it was hack to day .between 8 a m.-4 p.m. excellent. condition. at Jackson Ituilding, Suppl. SI 71 KI I -. 117li. -Illll dill V !Hi.air.Minillroki. .f ::1 1 UK hi...k h.iu-i.. built, In

!snowy :M issouri for I couple. !MIIK COW -. HoMrin.. t llrhgJ/3. _. Beat otter Phone 96 -8420. starkenr K'i.l..ne. hh.I.t'hll and Street bike.. I low I | .... ri-;" '. :.'/.. r II \ standarits.. :i! in.risli"t .

hnpHulU wit Ii I nod memories 175. Phone l.awtrv 7K23tll. :! I.AIIY10. II\K WITH! ILIIKRLY : 2/242lchg3/3_ .:.. I mileage good. condition. c:!I.4(111( .
of Florida sunshine ; llpd. _.373 : LAI1Y room. 12m( ) mile*. IHilil "Phnne 7123110 3BR IR. I>R. I... family '
\ssn I Ml I l sludilh
board .nd ...Ior,. Some 4 BtlIRIIU: HOME: on 3 MOBILE HOME llpd 3/.1 Room rireplaee on 20 1 l" l I..\ miihile' hum**. un

.In, lluuiiot re<:entlv had "STEREO: : (have 31 1275 dul..... required. Phone 961- acre with 2 rental mobile acre with. barn Grahamarea ", \nni maculate. renlral hi'at and

smuiTV! She's atop' notch each. Range (97. Color IV 757K. _IjIpdVa.LAIIY home all for $1VOIMI.) PARK si'Zl KI 'I 1 IK,\II. Rlht" : term llarnlil I ..i,. washer and" dn..r..n

I u P |H nurse! of her IHM n iiicord $246. Phone 473.3775.: Itrhg Some owner financing It7i good condition.. I 1.3211) .' pp.hhtSH > high ilrt ,ne aire kit

I I'm sure she really kept those 3/3 qualified. to leach Phone !)6t5253.after .I p.m. InnidedtvlJmil' l ,* mile SI'10.' Phone 9111 I 7Trtllpd Country Club Estates; 2 .% i> vimmimhrthur' III.7IHIsampfin'.

!>ni-ons! crat k i nn. If\ >()u take 11.35' COACHMAN piano .lessons, one day a 2/3 It/Chg Walk in U"/I..oI'w"' 3/1: lots -. very. reaaonable I .. ;> 'I; ; _
l ''f V'iV'
week. Hampton thriatlaaAcademy IN.1k.utuui.fal - '
the lime to fl'l'\'l'r. Jo. plea"eha TRAILER: like new. << \ llrunn ,tin Int.. bl
phone 468 1316. 3 O''RIIIIBRI'K' ) IIOM.: Three bedroom. 2 batha. Nyiuili-dJ JVp
and sit 96 *tl91. 2/17 ,.' I' .'' .
\ l' a nice t'tV'r) .500. Phone that.&hcfhlc. anullTrri I. .
2 ( II A Driveway Pipe brick
33Jlpd324INIFRMEHKR:! __ ___ bath A/C. acr )Per\kmth large living room
i limn lor time !pd 3/10_._ .nIHI.'
------ lot. I mile from "Starke, All ( itv (onvefuence* family room apaciou kitchen
:\lrs. Fail: I Dnbbs has .1 sore l WANfH: ) Highway i:10) f.:. I.arpet. custom f... Police 'IVutectmn, Wholesale Prices patio/porch area on

thi oat. hope II is better I In' for part-tim. telephone aur- drape appliance (ity ( \\aterand Sewer bark "' \r.J I to 1 1:17: err* (.If"|il( (misouth .
WANTED work. Not
Iii"I\\' :MavlK-lle. I |)nbl>s 'look !ht>rinnlhcr. live vey number.a selling Mum Job. I II A approved. S29.5OO. Phone 4C8-2819 from *l.lit,. .<.nllwner -

:Marv.' r'lifm.M. 'to have phone line. Mail letter Phone 9111 9311. 2/31f/h. .. Jo-Lu Motel964M8810 Connerly .;.1.... "SR IS. 2 finanilnit
I Iw doctor in I..ike ('11" on Kri- 3\ 11.1. lOt I D \D\ SlIt lG: ; including education work or 964-5738 mi. from town beautiful Lillian C. Pinrsmfaal&tate I .

anti Ix-st wishes l! lor \ oil both week. any age 641 North tot Arbitron. Held. HOME: 3 BR. :i bath car- I... family. room andkitchen _ _ _ _ Imm 'I 1"::11111'... "..
Walnut SlreelM/IIJ i. !l I'/hg. _'. | pet. utility room. nllt ..nl..I.lr & heat.
(1111 Sat url.m\ :Mr l and :Mrs l .. Operation*. 4320 Ammen Before Paved. drive. Owner financing
mile north of Starke oft 301 Neat frame 2 lilt
(tub, (;ii ranger! came I rom Lake W ANTF:II>> good home for dale Road. Beltaville. Maryland mime in
20705. An affirmative WMHI.. Phone 6I 6915. 2/3 (own. tinlralair. >:\..,"II. Iteautiful restrirti-il building
(itv to see :Mr. and :Mrs KarlDiiiiks : german shepherd puppy I 1.1"l) tll\\fI'
rtt hg You A :New blk. home in town.3Kl1 .
champagne color loves action employer !M/F 2/17 Buy lot. near < oiinirt. I luh
I ) S.iturd.i night at 7 one kid.year h... Phone 7K2-3120. 3lpd_ _!!!!. __ hone MaterialWr and Kuikling : : 211. I IR. ('/H4\. :2! .KIt aluminum siding l from <"i..Ml" H.. ncr
u Pt| I ho I loniK-r loc.il I families Urge quiet hum.wimh
33RVSIIIKNTUI. "SOITIIERN: PI'\it: 4BR.I garage area separate garage linanrlngMr / .
h(1lodchnjt.( I.onnie Kavlliilih llpd : : .. SM All. TOWN HOSPITAL! I 1/2 bath on 1/2 block. in Mobile- corner kit in count n. 7 ,perrinlimirlgiige
with. 25 bedi needs RN: a andI.PN.s :IIIIIJI- tltlHNI'.
and TraivHi lake Butler. 2.661
I > I Hampton aquarefeet. : ll\\r: III t Mr |tt'{sNeed -
: SITE: for > .ur limit Or Our*
married : I : for 3-II p.m. and 11-7 IIO.OIM) Phone Kay Home 2 story frame house In '
in a '" .
\\ III'rl'
swimming pool. leading distributor p.m. hift. Need one 73pm. Powell.416.2J61:! or 496! .3M6I. limrliilltrOurFRf lawn.on.. nf the older ones 17 acre. SIVMMI; '. house XII .1." *.
Lake Citv' l'hurch.lud1: want a nice back medical nurSe Will pay 10 3/3 ;ff.SITVIIKSRenwdrlng: : ; with plenty of living area. _ shape.. .1(.... ..mmn.liinn.. *

happiness und IUl'Cl'Mfrom t.rd lo dr.plav new 1977 .percent above base pay for 2/10. 1Uhg_ .. Repairdiliuon See III acre* faring '.it'231l| and and location' *. hut ...*

Hill, lord in >our newlyin.ii 1 I model of above ground pool. 311 p.... and 117 p.m. Nfl:
'i'.u-d life. Hutch .md 1'ratyI lop .onold."Ilon given for .hilt Phone collect 4911. Iii)' \ 2..' brick central I Ikina Knught : 301. -

I lampion prune location Phone collect 2323. Leave. number for R. air. carpet, range and refrig Soldlrad.d John - .:liarre*.::1111 l N. ;li.51,>1I. (' \1.1.i \1.1'11111" \NArll'.lra

stindav, a'll'rnclonIarl I I : i \' 191111 34*.5M74 day ort ..*. Director of Nure. ...lor.lo..l.d bit! f:pperxonStrerl. 3 BR, I hath block

('II'1II0IlS11', : : ami :\.l rs. Karl: ,VMiing- *.J LHii'li' 2ic4i:! !.. _..__ lot 'IT \ 15'. AtHKVI.K RiI4IM.1: I-OR S\l.f; 473 3775 ..ontructi lIt, family .I 3 \..\\ .
$32.SiH.phone:! ) 961 7571. 2/3
I Dohltt., I ft'ij ln. and i :Melissa % \N I I-I iit.d re- .I f /i'hg .luom. in town. (. 11'B. ? 1[ *

Ingrralur ....h..r.. and ..... .. .
(iiilfisdiovcMoljkoMutlcr to FOR RENT H..u.3111.o'h.. "/>,,*,, 1------------] I ./
'.tovrs in good condition ( all tf acrea paalure land lit barbershop SM.IHHI.lerm ,
\ ISI'11': and :\11's. llowaidKcgisler if I reaaonablv priced just off I *. I13.P. II
llahmcr "Discwunl. !'Hi I slum II Well Drilling
:Mrs Howard rh'- II I SR In. VV\ of towa.
JewelDublin. 12.1.!> I llchgCLASSIFIED HIUIU.NI:: f 411'1111111..10lIuildln. RfI.T: INC III acre ilJSMt* *
Ih' lsll'r. lornurlv 12' Ideal, ."". 961 51! eiling acre hlto"'up"
| 2 thruG" j jI \
I was scheduled to go in cry nice large frame __
for most. ant bu..ini-vs. Floriland Realty J house lot In hog barn with elerlriritt..
tooith: ; "Klond.1 Hetfion.il on corner town
AI) RATES siarkearea. i'lll per month In excellent location I Fast Rotary I Ij 3BR.2 bath /HAA large .I.r.nd concrete stab for
hospital \\fdiiestl.i>' lor sur- l'h..ne '"i SlilMi.: 'I I f /t HK with restaurant. A 1 I farrowing pig. S:\III.IMMI.or *' .

m-r.v.! and requests| our Deadline for Inarrllon profitable going bu.ine.s. 120X2SO' lot In country j I Drilling Equipment j jI garage.- - | :III acre (for. MJ.'ilHI) RegIstered Real
piavc-is to help her thioughMaster Tuesday Noon preceding rem RI-NI: .12 foot wide with. house In need of repair I I STATE LICENSED 1 15-20 acre tract high( land Estate: ( Broker
Johar.v.si '. - II! H with nice 1 ilK
: Kdwm: arre
Thursday beforepublication. mobile home out tide city .. I on paved road Grahamarea.
Building site
in downtown
\.. ) cars-old has been out of limn Phone 111 I Bill I or location f 12.INIII.( ) ) - I Term. home S'lll; .IMKI. FrrdSatkrll

!schtiol for many weeks with ..1minplicatcKl ((71-1777. If/chg I ( Acreage and Hou..: | Pumps | - : ;; Broker
: : - I 1'<.> acre. *.'..,.SIMI.Iliautiful .
homeaite 4
Ktlwin'n : 10) i B hou 136
l bioken acre
aim acre
Minimum Charge 12.00 Older house with. large'lot li.s. :tin*)
mother. I'arnuta. said 20 acre. 2 frame hu.... i i iI mile N.\\ of Stark. - -
I Cover IS Word I near downtown. $2S.IMIOSTRtK'T 1 farm. M I.H acre 11111\)1'10111. its.on .
Ed\\in 'back in school Jis. nf Live in one, rent one. I New & UsedSalps.PartsService - -
is Each word over IS - j ;Illl.* Brick home with
frame house In town. 2
31 acre, ideal for
Phone UII
:MiHidav. This voung boy has 10 cent REALTY developing. bedroom. I.It. Kit., f R. I 1.521! squareleel.. 3 ilK. 2 -(1'3

bt-cMi ii brave little man AT BrokerOn Wry reanonable.Klngly B. lllo\ 3. 2 lireplace. .
hi' h 'his Kiilferint It is I harn. fenced planted "- IfnchK in7Mobile
I on UHftifUtlilt. must 100 p.
lit South
I 1/4 Mile IN f m - -
rca I IIItuod news t to hell r lu is IN paid for in udtunte unleu H A ADI N ES Fra lateriectwa of JOI fngliah: Tudor 2 story I E-Z Terms.Plumbing. | Like area lure. Jill.lull./ _ _ _

almost 0\ l'r his 'trial > ou hate an and IPO) South brick-. home very short I | mobile horn.

\I lii-re aie two l birthdass established, account t with Guaranteed quality. walking distance' to 10.... { - sstnS| | | H6meLOTS
{ I ucla /iipin-r| !'Hit' I 7l'iI I I nrlillun
l coining up (his week that I the Telegraph 'In that finest i.leeliol.low.st - Frame house In tow* 3 N UI! ,

!know about :\.Iouidi\'. George r\rnl SI extra charge fur price. House Cleaning 2 story frame. I let large bedroom. 2 bath Uvlngroom.
I j I I'.mr.'ui PI M I I lull
anywhere.JISIINWRANCI. for New Installation
fune will bo :21.! IIIKI on \\edm billing.) Nut reepon'iibte for enough garden. | 2 car carport 95 Down
I Specialn - -
i >sd.i.v. IVb I lampion will be errors when Ih( lOll ncr I hephiMip I .F.R 2 BR on 1/2 acre.. j Remodeling j Street.forage area Walnut I I.awn"\. I lnrHla7N.I

Ii;. Happy birthila.v on jour IN vtlicn cop .IH .mil .\ Single| MUT.\' - .ISIMi' l'liiiiis1114I!531
- _ _ "
special ult'II. lpd and brouiiht lo the House $9.93TwoStory : 3 BR. central heal and air J Repairs { 2 story frame how. In

:\.hmny different' and inter- uffice. Bell 18 to 56 House with clove sad town 4 bodroon. living

) cslinti'things happen in our :m.Iil! : llll.9i: refrigerator. % ely good Purrance } room, dialog rm. 2 fir.. u1; (

le1n.. As .the reporter for Kai01 -- - - Indian.. !M.ceaaiis.. ; None> Higher.Mubilrllonim condition. { place, 2 batik, need r*. fEj1 Gas- Oil

; [ 'd 1I1M.'ialnt'\\'s' I hope to be FOR s.LEi: AU lypeaot ; 19.95 - pair very ....oa..1e. -

able to share this nl'11I IIh Colored Pencil In neck at CARRADINESlLEAlHtRsHOPl: This I If a pressure andchenmical \ ..eI. P. Odom (,PUMPS & SUPPLY j jj Madlioa Street.. m tllrdVLLLL( :

each of you through this The Office "bop. Colorbrile cleaning Real - -
thanks of No .Face. 20 cent ...h. Registered ,j COMPANY | c&J'
column M.v those MFlnd us Ie i) guaranteed lo reuiotrniildrw. Fatate Broker LAKEBUTLEL3BR.1 B. I Prelectoar I it.And lurnarc
vou that have already given Thick lead epaque bugs. staIns.etc. 964-7700 LR. ameN DR. Urge lamlly
each, and at** !Mon d.. \ .u... I 864 N Temple Ave I IJ Have >our Furnace Serviced Kenularlv.
30 real all .W .
time me. .. 964 5476 room ; pUOI1e4 |o *
me your phoning .....rU.. II ..... P..... : : "
t !Please phone when there Is .1.1..lor.*.h.SI.p I. a ad lake. look. (all Collect D6HIMI1! Pearl Andrew J Starke f fI GEORGE ROBERTS! JR. Furnaces t\IJ.JK. lUo\\U: I'''''' 2 "

something )'ouou1d like to Office shop phone 964 after 6 p.m.it Aitoeial R... Real Eatate BrokerPhoae '
share with IB. The :! 3'l"hC10: 964.7739 I 964-7061 J I 004 T826 Appliances 964-896? v..
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Page6B TULEGItAPII March 3,1977

Rt. Rev. Cerveny Full Gospel Fellowship Meeting Set

Will Visit St. Mark's SundayThe Starke at 964-8976 or the Lake .tions is noon March 11.
The public is Invited Dwellers in Keystone Heightsat No reservations are required -
-7- to attend After business for the singing,
, Rt. Rev. Frank S. the confirmation class. the monthly dinner 4733752.
Cerveny, Bishop of the Diocese All friends of St. Mark's are meeting of the Starke Chapter hours call Ed Longnecker at speaking and ministry portion
Don Wilson, 468- of the meeting which is scheduled
-)... of Florida, will visit St. cordially invited to come of Full Gospel Business Men's 473-2702 or
2062. Deadline for reserva- to begin at 8 p.m.
CALVARY BAPTIST SMYRNA BAPTIST CIIURCII Mark's Episcopal Church on share this visitation and con- Fellowship International
CHURCH Elder T.C.Williams PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHDr. Sunday, March 6 at the 11 firmation. Friday, March II, at 7 p.m. at

Jim Black, Pastor .Jack Hand, minister o'clock service. Starke.the Garden Restaurant in -r' Extra Clean Cars '*
Bishop Cerveny will con- Choirs Honors
"On the search for
a Sunday, school
SUNDAY: Sunday School, church Sunday 9.30: firm a large class of adults David Waimer, Jr:, a Christian -
9: 45 a.m.; Morning Worship, friendly ? a.m.; morning worship, 11 and children to be presentedto Minister", Of Music Jew civil engineer from' : aJaJOO( AUTO :

11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 Welcome to Smyrna m.Thursday, choir the Reverend John M. Jacksonville Beach, will be
p.m. Flynn, pastor of St. Mark's. On 50th the guest speaker.Reservations '
Sunday School, 10 a.m., 730; p.m. Birthday SALES
Bishop Cerveny will also are necessary
GJ cv B (m0D E *
Worship Service, 11 for -a
WEDNESDAY: a.m. preach and be the celebrant of the dinner and can be
: : Prayer B.T.S., 5:43: p.m., Evening the communion service immediately Mr. Bill George, minister of made by calling the Morning
Meeting, 7:30: p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF music, was given a surprise = CAMARO I oe ;
Worship, 7pm.All GOD following the con- Sun Health Food Store in 1977 PONT CATALINA 1976 CHEW.
after church
party Sunday on
visitors are warmly firmation.A .
welcomed. We preach the "the happy church" covered dish dinner will his 50th birthday. !:! Never Titled na.

death. burial, and Hwy.UalWcldonSt. be enjoyed in the Parish The highlight of the occasion SERVICE MENLovelace 3.700 Miles V.8 QI
UIMCK( << R\.TIST('IIl'It1I resurrection of the Lord Jesus Starke House after the service in was a musical rendition Less Than 3,000 Miles ,
Highway( 1IMIA South Christ. Come join us 'on the SUNDAY SERVICES: honor of Bishop Cerveny and of "Happy Birthday"
Jerry I U, :Milton Lord's Day Sunday School- 10 a.m. orchestrated and sung by fourof TrainsatSheppardAFO -g $4595 :
Pastor Morning Worship 11 the adult choir members.The $6395

!1615616UU FIRST UNITEDMFT'IIODIS'rCHURCH a.m. Children' Bible choirs presented Mr. G. SAN ANTONIO-Airman .
: ; Eve. Worship7 p.m. (as he is affectionately called) Robert H. Lovelace, son of
: ,,\Y: Bible School 10 M'M\Y : 9:45: Church WEDNESOAYiYouth Drill Held with a money saw. The saw George C. Lovelace of Rt. 1, Z 1976 PONT 1976 CHEV. T
a m., Morning Worship II School; 11 am. Morning meeting 7 p.m. cutout of paper was filled with Brooker, has been selected for MONTE CARLO

am., Training Union 6:30: Worship with nursery pro Bible Pastor Robert Study -Harden 7 p.m. At First Baptist money for an electric saw for training at civil Sheppard AFB, II GRAND PRIX 14,000 Miles :!!
his workshop. Texas, in the engineering
Evening 7:30 vided.
pm. Worship : : I.
Welcome and all\ mechanical and electrical Black On Black a

pm.\\..:U\: KM: >.\\': Bible Study The annual Children's Bible Gainesville field after completing basic a:
uncl Prayer 7 p.m., Adult PI NEGR01'EMETIIODIST: ; Drill competition was held at training at Lackland AFB. $4895 Extra Sharp $4995 i
First Church Sunday,
Clioir 8 p.m. ; CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN 27. Deanery Board Texas. "
Rev Ben. L. Coleman February During the six weeks '

"A Church Where Love.CHURCHJim Minister Those Carrie who Coburn participatedwere Tommy Meets HereMrs training at Lackland, the air- I: 1974 PONT a

Everybody is Somebody" Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Sunday: Sunday school, 9.45: Crosby, Karan Elixson Beth man mission studied, organization the Air Force and U 1975 V.W. RABBIT
Worship 11
am. a m.; morning service, 10:45: Francis, Edward Kimbril and Anne Samons, Gaines- customs and received
: special
Evening Services 7:30: p.m. a.m.; youth group, 6 p.m.; Karen Kimbril. ville Deanery president presided Instruction in human 400 FIREBIRD *"
AIKPARKBVPTIST Prayer !Meeting, ,
Thursday choir at the Board =
evening worship p.m.; This is an elimination type Meetingheld relations.
Cllt'RCIIHev. : 7::30 pm. practice 8pm.Wednesday event that begins on the on Feb. 24 at the home of $2595 *"
().I). Brooks! night: Bible church level and to Mrs. Antoinette Coss in Airman Lovelace is a 1974 $3599
Orange Street .\IOlUi\ IW)\l) progresses Starke. graduate of Union County
study, R pm. a state wide contest held at the *"
It.MM is'I'' High School In Lake Butler.
Deanery Spiritual
Sunday School 10 a.m.. \Sor Sunday Services! : Sunday Yale Baptist each Assembly spring. in Lake Moderator, Reverend Father : 1974 CHEV. 1975 FORD F1503c *"
ship Service Ham., Evening School. 10 a m., Morning Flannan Walsh of
Each participant that madea pastor --- -- ----- .
Worship 7pmWednesday Worship and Services for the James Starling qualifying score will compete Gainesville's Holy Faith FOR SALE. Electric Pencil MALIBU CLASSIC WG. Automatic A/C PIS *
Prayer Servic Deaf, 11 a.m., Training Union, against the other churches Catholic Church, was presentat nharptneri. Handy for home PIB AM/FM Tape
7 p.m. I 1:311!: p.m., Evening Worship, SUSDSunday' : School, in this area Sunday, the meeting. or olllc.. .'or .ale! it The
7'30 p.m. 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 March 6, at 3 p.m. in the Mrs. Marie Colee, St. Office Shop, phone 9645764. $3895 :
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Wednesday Services: MidWeek a.m.; Training Union, 6 p.m.; Grace Baptist Church. Augustine Diocesan presi- FOR SALE, Rose('.
ST. HOWARD'SCATHOLIC: Prayer Service and dent, outlined at this
Evening Worship, 7pm. plans Theiiurue, II.95. At The
CIll'KC'llRev. I Bible Study, 7-30: p.m.. Choir WEDNESDAY: : Mid-Week meeting for the 47th Annual Office Shop, phone 964.5764."If.there's 1973 CADILLAC :
Practice, 8.15: p m. Prayer Service. 7:30: p.m. Convention of the Council of iC 1973 PONT. LEMANS
Patrick Foley, pastor. Russell!! Thomas", Catholic Women scheduled at I SEDAN DEVILLE IAIT
!Masses: Monday 6:30: p m.. iC m
the Jacksonville Robert
Tuesday 8:30: am.. Wednesday a way 8 Air Condition Loaded :x
ST.MRK'S EPISCOPALCHURCH Meyer Hotel on April 24, 25
6:30: p m, Thursday 8:30a : Russell Thomas, 62, of the law
: s:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::::::" died in and 26.Mrs. new tax
m.,Saturday 7pm Sunday ::r : Rev,John 1\1.Flynn Route 3, Starke Fifi Harwood, presi- 5 $3495 iu

it Confessions a.m. : Saturday 6:30: 11; CorJ Of Thanks 1: Alachua Gainesville General Wednesday Hospital in dent of Gainesville's St. Patrick's can save you $2495

II m. or on request :;%::::::>.::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::\h Confirmation : morning.Mr. and Mrs.Guild Coss&were Altar appointedby Society money, we'll '
of the Cross, Friday Thomas, who lived in )
Stations SUNDAY March 6: Holy Mrs. Samons to serve on find it." 1965 FORD 1971 PLY.
8pm. The Chandler family wishesto Eucharist, 8:30: a.m.; Church the Pine Level section was the Nominating Committee to
Religious Education thank everyone very much School 9:45: am. ; Holy born in Bradford County Jan. present a slate of officers to CALAXIE500 VALIANT II JII
Classes: Grades 1 through 6, 27, 1915. He was a retired
for and Eucharist ,
your thoughtfulness!; and Confirmation serve when the present terms :J
Sunday 9:30: a.m.; tirades 7 kind of Ham. route salesman for the Ward f..
appreciation sym ; Covered Dish Dinner, have expired.
through 12, Wednesday 7 pathy in the death of Ancil 12:30: p.m.; E.Y.C Meeting, 6 Baking Company and a Also attending this meeting $395
p m; Adults, Sunday 7'30 Chandler. p.m. member of the Union from Gainesville were: Mrs. $895 n

p.m. :MONDAY !March 7: Vestry Primitive Baptist Church at Caroline Cassiato, Mrs. Irene M&
-The Chandler Family !Meeting 7:30: p.m. Heilbronn Springs Barnhart, deanery secretary, >a..ii IEo.
WEDNESDAY.: March 9: Survivors Lucia include his and Mrs. Mariana Cerda, Henry W. Block 1970 PONT 1971 ELECTRA ;N Nx : ;
widow, Starling
Covered Dish Supper, 6:30: Holy Faith Guild president. That's a brand-new reason. ....
Thomas two
p.m.; Evening Prayer, 7:15: ; of sons and Attending from Epiphany The new 1976 tax law is full : 4 Door 4 Door Loaded
p.m.; Lenten Program, 7:30: Ray Thomas Bayard; Ladies Guild in Lake City of changes. New credits. *
Thomas of
the Rev Leon
p.m.; Junior Choir Practice, were: Mrs. Jamie Johnson, new deductions. .new W
7:30 p.m. Lima, Peru; five daughters, president! and Mrs. Helen rules that affect you and
Mrs. Joyce Williams of Hamilton Luther, International Affairs every taxpayer. But Block $795 $895 y
Alabama; Mrs. Barbara Commission chairman. people are ready to help *
Davis of Cocoa; Mrs. Bonnie
Deanery Treasurer Mrs. save you money by taking
Janie.s (Steep) Elizabeth Padgett of Carlton Lawtey of Starke; Mrs.; Dolores. Meng was alsopresent. every credit.allowable deductionand KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

and Mrs.Nancy Touchstone of
Plans were finalized at this
TomliriMiii Lake Butler brother. 9c 473-4470 & 473-4078
; one meeting for the Spring H&R BLOCK *
Carl Thomas of Starke; two
Deanery Meeting scheduledfor
James "Shep" Tomlinson, sisters, Mrs. Doris Starling of March 24 at St. Patrick's 118 N. Walnut 964.8286 *
68. of 642 Gardiner Street in Starke and Mrs. Agnes Wain- Parish
Starke, died Wednesday wright of Lawtey: and 14
evening Feb. 23. in Bradford grandchildren.
County Hospital.( Funeral services were held
Friday Feb. 25, in the Union
Born in Baker County July Primitive Baptist Church with 'af
3, 1908, Tomlinson had lived the Rev. Roman Alvarez the IN JACKSONVILLE
Take to 12 monthsto all of his life in the Bradford Rev. Leon Thomas and Elder i f
up County area. He was a retired Herman Moody officiating.
correctional officer with Burial was in Crosby Lake
say goodbye.After Florida State Prison, retiringin Cemetery with DeWitt C
1970. Prior to that he was a Jones Funeral Home in
i policeman for the City of charge of arrangements.
four years of high school you've got a Starke in the 1950's Tomlin. Hilton HAS it now! :

I right to relax. Enjoy yourself. Hang around son Christian was a member Church and of the the First son t

with your friends.But of the late Henry Tomlinson Library 'Frils'

wouldn't you enjoy yourself much and Survivors Margaret Coleman.include one Launch A tnniialDrin

more i if you knew inhere you'd be 12 months daughter/ Mrs. Garvin (Gertrude

from now? ) Vaughn of Jack For FtI"/s
sonville; one brother, Harold
The Army can arrange it! You can enlist Tomlinson of Jacksonville;
now and report within 12 months, dependingon two sisters, Mrs. Virginia McKinney Friends of the Library have Next time you're in Jacksonville. .
and Mrs. Ella Sweat, launched their annual
the job and training you choose. And then both of Starke; three grand membership drive to raise to shop. .
step into a whole new future sons and one-great grandson. funds for needed projects. In
Funeral services were held the past, membership fees
The Army's Delayed Entry Program. It's a Saturday, Feb. 26, in the First have been used to purchase to stay overnight. .

pretty neat way of wrapping up a lot of unfinished Christian Church with J.E. books, and such items as
business. Sherwood and James C. Love decorative window shades, or just to dine. .
ministers, officiating. Burialwas and sod for the library lawn.
Call in Santa Fe Cemetery at Individual memberships and '
by see us.We've
.come .. .
Hampton Lake, with DeWitt arel: family, $2; and patron, ,
C. Jones Funeral Home in $10. Members are urged to
SFC Betty Land charge of arrangements. renew at this time, and new ,
members are welcome.
- -- -- !Mrs Richard Welty is president -
in Jacksonville in the last
Fine Restaurants
M-KIl: : TO ORGANIZE of the Friends, and en- spent
786-5800 THINGS? Bay e Rolodex courages the donation of discarded six months to create a hotel in the Grand

Card file Model 202 S11JO books for the annual Tradition! As a result of our remodeling and r. establishment"refurbishing
.t Th. Office !Shop' phone : Ft'nn"a; drinking
90-1.5764. sale. Pick-up service may be \ our 296 rooms and suites now burst ,. ...:
""N with a motif built around the
Join the people whorVc joined t the Army. --- --- had by calling 9646400CLL. with new color.we have three spectacular: : new of"crew."
exciting sport Open daily, featuring a
restaurants, all overlooking the magnificent St. I'Ipecialluncheon Monday thru Friday.2l3CTBYV .
Johns River..our 17 meeting rooms have been

completely refurbished. have an absolutely

TV elegant new Grand( Ballroom. And of course our

8e \ completely new and friendly staff is waiting to || ZOUARF superb dining in an

SJ\I give you attentive Hilton service.Luxurious authentic nautical atmosphere. Open seven days

a week for dinner,with specialities such as a
I Rooms
businessman's lunch :Monday thru Friday and a

Our interior designers outdid themselves with sumptuous Sunday Brunch.

fresh and vibrant "Florida" colors. Over 6,000

-I-J I 't ; Ja pieces! of brand new furniture especially chosento

complement our new carpet and new drapes.
*T rtVrt --'-"< q[ And the final touch, new RCA XL-100() color exotic plantings and
I I 1 \ television sets. rattan for an informal and relaxing meal.

All of this with a river at your window Breakfast and lunch 7 days a week.

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