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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 10, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A 60-day moratorium, effective 'i
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multi-colored roof of Jackson's Building Supply is an advertisement in itmerclal strip beyond Alligator Creek to the south'. The. northern:: boundary of them mercial! building will be con-
self for the new location of Starke's family operated building supply store. "new growth" area is Edwards Road, just next to the nw Community State sidered by the Starke city Drive In Motion
I.I fti.! The decision to move to US 301 south has pushed the boundaries clf f the com- Bank building. ..... commission at its regular .. :,

meeting Tuesday night. ;.

instructed Attorney Tuesday George Pierce, March was 8, To \ {

| Jackson's Community Bank by temporary special a majority meeting ordinance of the to council stopping word ina a Properly Tag ; 1


issuance of permits for all\
commercial construction in MobileHo11les I I' j jr

the city for a period of 60 days,
Commercial and to present it to the councilat .
Expanding Strip
its meeting Tuesday. At its
i March 1 meeting the council Steps to correct a situation home license fees were set in L
that be costing the motion this week. t
declined to act on a motion by may county
Commissioner Harold Epps to some oO-to-$75 thousand Effective immediately a
US-301 south continues to be the building supply after 23 halt commercial building."A dollars in uncollected mobile countywide survey is being
i Starke's newest commercial years on Cherry Street. undertaken to determine if '.
area with Bradford Square, Behind the new building are temporary stop-gap every mobile home in the r
built in 1974, now being three warehouses; a large ordinance," was the .way county has a valid license tag.
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augmented by two major quonset hut, an open 'air Pierce described the proposed either RP or MH, attached to .
businesses in Jackson's lumber shed, and a long steel measure to a majority of the the unit. In round figures it is
J Building Supply and the frame warehouse. The longer council present Tuesday. Pur- estimated that some 1,000
f Community State Bank. warehosue was pieced pose of the ordinance Pierce mobile homes in Bradford are
together from two smallerones said is so the city Planning in violation of state licensing I I
Jackson Building Supply that were among a batchof Committee will have time to laws, making the owners t
opened for business February 12 that W.T. Jackson bought complete the land use plan on liable for fines and-or) jail .
1 on US-301 south after a from the Naval Air Slaion in which it is working. terms. ;l
major expansion, to 17,000 Pensacola. These structuresare If the mobile home is placedon '
that 'the
; square feet, a nd a major move "Now puts 1
valued at $20.000 and are on the Planning the owner's property he is .1'
t town from its pressure
across orginal
25 ft. deep and 100 ft. long. Committee," said CouncilmanJoe entitled to homestead exemption .
home Street in ,
on Cherry :*
Jackson's have recently but must pay real estate t r
north Starke where the 1x Warren who requested the r
installed in the taxes like the owner of a con
one Keystone AL
meeting Tuesday,
business founded rJ* special
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i'' was years branch of the building supply. : along with Councilman Harold ventional home. He must also t

.d, ago.The Community State Bank Before the structures were Epps. Those two and Mayor 1 obtain an RP tag.at a cost'of $1per ',t:
disassembled and moved .Councilman Charles Schaefer year. I.
f -'will' move its operations' fromme" ...from the air base ,they..were, w were'the three commission If the unit parked in a
\ 21yearold'original' used as airtight"8torage .... r Y "'"; mein"'tie' 'q4' ..' '. vrnobtlhomepark. or .on .t
Madison P d'Yprt s/Fnr-rot'1,1flir'/ : f-L-
building on Street out
warehouses for World War 11 .rent to US-301 south to provide .H, f r.wpydy "Because don't this
aircraft engines. AHr. we want owner must obtain a MH tag
9,500 square feet of growingroom Bad weather has caused the jiffy mart thing to happen which can range in cost from 1
for the facility. Jackson's to delay the grand again" said Warren when $35 to $80. Doublewide mobile
Marc Jackson President ofJackson's opening of the new building, asked why he had asked for homes require two tags with
Building Supply although they are open for the! special meeting. the owner paying full amount
bought the business last year business. Cold and rain Warren referred to a for each. I
from his father, W.T. JacksonSr. building permit issued Miss America
postponed paving of the After the inspection, the
., along with his brothers area and other February 23 to Lavon An- Dorothy Henna tagless mobile home owner
parking surfaces '
Tom, Bruce, and Ricky, and drews of Starke for
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and Marc indicated he .. will be issued a citation and
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his sister and brother-in-law
struction
> of a conveniencestore
would rather wait to hold the must obtain proper tag from I
Becky and Bruce Scott. The ceremonies when all work is The move from Jackson's Cherry Street location to US 301 souin.nun p.urw..,.* .... -- _t on property on the south 77 Fair the tax collector's office in the
senior Jackson remains in the side of West Madison
completed. greater storage area J7.OtIl'( square feet. Street. courthouse within five days.

railroad contractor business. Construction on the new The open air structure and the long structure to the left both are storage areas for lumber. between Westmoreland Streets. and He must then show his tag receipt -

Jackson said his beginningsin Community State Bank Tools and other supplies are stored in the quonset hut, which is flush with the rear of the main Epperson The convenience store site, at the state attorney's
is about office in the courthouse in
the lumber business goes building 40 percent showroom. To
completed also slightly behind zoned commercial fronts Open order to avoid prosecution.
back 23 years ago when he did
121.49 feet Madison Street
work for the state and a scedule due to bad on Owners who have not pur
(Sr 100)). It is
demolished buildings. The weather. Work is slated to be directly across chased licenses for several
used lumber started piling up completed in early June, the street from the former years must pay up to date for
L.A. Davis home owned March 31An
according to Bank President now each year they are delinquent
until a place was needed to
store it for the people who Charley E, Johns. and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. it was said before the current
wanted to buy it, along with The new building, costing i Jim Hitch. There are expanded show arena tag will be issued.
I! nails, tools, and other building about $342.000, is made of con- if H residential houses on either and improved and expanded The State receives $1.50
materials. crete block and will be a side of- the lot, sold by Mrs. parking are in store for from each license fee and the
I muted gold color when Bess Burns. Purchase price visitors to the annual Brad remainder is divided equally
j Jackson's wife, Margaret, completed. It is a two story was .8.000, according to ford County Fair set for between the County and the
said he didn't really want the structure with 9,500 square documentary tax stamps :March 30-31 and April 12. School Board.Dog .
business but was pursuaded feet of space and will open affixed to the deed filed in the which is just around the
(to hold on to it by Marc until with three drive-in windows, Bradford courthouse. corner Fair Manager ''Bill\
he could graduate from high eventually expanded to five. The area, predominately Wilson is quick to note. Control
l school and take over the Opening of the new com residential, is zoned com- :Miss American will again
management.The move out to mercial.area has given down- mercial on the I960; zoning appear at the fair. Miss I
US-301 south was the first for town Starke tough compe- map posted in city hall. Indications America of 1977 is Dorothy
tition for its share of the 0 rf ; are, from the light Benhamof Edina. :Minn., a 5- Law PassedWithout t
'[ Qtium ltrirri consumer's dollar. Its locationon + red color used to designate foot-71 j-inch beauty describedas
J11' : the four-lane highway and r : ; =e vS commercial areas that the a cool-looking blonde with (
the ample parking facilitieshas ;u T. tai sya 'g area was zoned' commercialas blue green eyes who is any snarls from dog
given the area an advan- part of the I original com- blessed with a beautiful owners the Bradford County
tage. mercial area when the map singing voice a dazzling smile Commission approved Mon-
c Costing $1.3 million, the was originally colored in. and an effortless grace. day passage of an ordinance
shopping center provided Other more recent changes to Its capacity doubled. the relating to the control of dog
78,720 square feet of new commercial are in a different show arena will now seat 500. bites or dogs suspected of
businesses to move into suchas shade of red on the map. A third limestone base having rabies.
TG&Yand Eckerd's Drugs, MP Property on the north side of parking area has been added.In The ordinance which came
i \ and has also allowed some the street directly across from addition faulty sewer lines out of "discussion at the
stores to expand. Stumps the convenience store lot is which last year caused rest- January meeting, had no
Department Store moved zoned residential. rooms to be out of order opponents, and was passed

from its old location on Call _._ _. _. tt .. This type of mixed during heavy use at the fair unanimously without dis
---- -- -- ---"- residential and commercial is cussion. The
four-page ordinance
Street to a newer, roomier have been replaced. according -
building and Winn Dixie also Workers have been stymied by the cold and rain. of past weeks, but now the Community State prevalent in fringe areas of to Wilson.All designates the Brad-
moved out to the Square. Hank building is 40 percent complete.The the city and particularlyalong booth space is sold. ford County Health Depart-
THURSDAY MARCH 10 modernistic design and gold color w ill attract motorists e>ei as they pass by on I'S-SOI.: the main arteries of SR Wilson said. ment as the agency to im-
230. SK 16. and SR 100 west There will be new and dif- plement the ordinance if a dog
The council members lerent rides. has bitten a person or is suspected t
I CAR WASH present Tuesday Indicated The fair opens Wednesday, to be infected with
Lawtty Little League 1O County District Replacing CURB they feel the moratorium will :March 30. with the annual rabies. The owner of the dog
I Starts 8:30a.m. place the Planning Committeein Rural-Urban Day at which the will be responsible for any
Lawtty ElementarySATURDAYMARCH12 the sticky situation of just Rotary Club serves a chicken costs, fees, or expenses for
After 12 years of operationas District which includes Bradford Suwannee District, she would private non-profit agency the how to place commercialareas dinner to early fair goers.A those services rendered.
a Community Action Gilchrist Columbia, still have a position ,in the base to apply and receive on arteries along which ribbon cutting ceremonywill According to the ordinancethe
Agency, the 4-county CUBB Taylor, Union Madison, agency as would other ad- other funding. business must eventually expand officially\ open the fair at dog may be confined to a
Agency will be disbanded Lafayette, Hamilton Dixie ministrative personnel.Mrs. The Homemaker programof but which is still 11 a.m.. Wednesday. site selected by the owner of
under a district funding pro- and Suwannee counties. Clay Nelson told the com- CUBB is currently funded predominately residential. The annual beef cattle showis the dog which has been ap- I
gram set up by the state in and Baker will be Invited to missioners she favors the 75 percent by the federal set at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday proved by the Health Depart--
t BCVFD 1974 under its new regional join District 4, headquarteredin realignment if Bradford and government 15 percent by the Mayor Schaefer defended night. ment placed in the facilities M
Ladies Auxiliary form of government.After Jacksonville. Union Counties are assured state and 10 percent from Clerk Merrill Edwards in his Wednesday is also Senior of a licensed veterinarian for
I Garage Sale Oct. 1 Bradford and Representatives from the they will continue to receive Bradford County, Mrs. Nelson issuance of permits according Citizens Day, during which all\ a period of not less than 10
318 W. Call Street Union Counties will be servedby local CUBB agency, the adequate funding for the pro- gave as an example.For to the circa 1960 land use map. seniors will be admitted free days. A dog will not be released -
'a.m-1 p.m. a 10-county Community Community Service Administration grams now in operation. a county to go by itselfto which the councilmembers of charge. until the owner can
,I Action Agency with administrative (CSA) in Talla- Following Mrs. Nelson's recommendation become an agency it must indicated they think is out of- Miss America will visit the show satisfactory proof that

i TUESDAY.MARCH IS officials In Live hassee and Atlanta appeared the board have a population. 50.000, date. Thursday, March, from. the dog has received rabies
, Oak in Suwannee County 75 before the county commission approved the change. Chair- said Mrs. Nelson. Bradford "It's not obsolete, Ed- 2-4 p.m. and from 7-9 p.m. vaccination and that all im-
miles from Starke. CUBB Monday to ask the wards replied. "It's not as pounding fees and vaccinationfees
i J county to man George Roberts said with a population around The Bradford-Union 4-H and
) Starke Council served Clay Union. Baker disband CUBB and reorganize board members will rely on 17.000 must Join with others backwards as you think it is. If FFA Steer Show is set at 7:30: have been paid.
and Bradford and has been under District 3. The ad- you read the zoning ordinanceit's The ordinance also providesthat
7p.m. Mrs. Nelson to keep them for funding. CUBB has been in Friday, April 1. Highlight -
I Building Moratorium receiving$500.000 annually in ministrative offices will be posted on the effectiveness of existence since Dec. 1964 and about as up to date" as any- of the final day will be whoever obstructs, opposes -
I funding from the federal moved from Starke where the new set-up. is now receiving $500,000 year- thing you can have. the 4-H and FFA Steer Sale set or resists any employeeof
government Director Sally Sally Nelson is executive CSA felt that through new ly in funding, Mrs. Nelson At its March 1 meeting the at 7 p.m..s turday.April 2.Advancetickebtformidway. ., the Bradford County) Health
I \Clje!> ( HamnnmttyAccount Nelsonjold the county com- director to a district office in districts they could cut down said. council refused toact on Epps.-- Department in the. discharge
I mission Monday.Commissioners. Live Oak where Frances on administrative 'costs, Mrs. CUBB is composed of five motion to have commercial attractions' will "go 'on'vale! i rte the duties will be guilty of a
!lank : were told Jackson Is now executive Nelson said The five salariesof areas for low-income people permit requests on state roads Monday March 14, at the misdemeanor and punishmentmay
that to have CUBB's current director. administrative personnelare Neighborhood Service Cen- 16. 230 and 100 screened by Chamber of Commerce office be by fine not to exceed

Account Tt4 N,._W fiend Up programs remain funded Commissioner were told paid through CSA, a ters, Head Start, emergencySee Planning Committee mem- and at the county schools for $500 or by imprisonment In the
I ril O.ptf Insurance kVMd Corp. after Oct. 1 the county must that while Mrs. Nelson might federal agency and with this bers until a land use plan. is five for$1,.They will cost moreif county jail for 60 days, or by
become part of the,Suwannee not become director of the funding it gives CUBB a ( Page S) S purchased at the fair: both fine arid imprisonment.A .

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(j/aJyt Wooly Socl.ty :/;/.,, 964-7608 -L j jI Miss Kim Hodges, daughterof

Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges,
was honored with a "Coke1*
I Bridal Party last Saturday
Miss Gayle Hatcher Honored Saturday At Open House III QIlr afternoon at the Searing
} t Street home of Mrs. Carl
Gayle Hatcher, bride-elect, Mrs. Christy greeted the Denmark, Mrs. Vernon Hurst.
was honored with an Open guests at the door along with Silcox, Mrs. R.W. Milner, Jr., Hostesses for this affair
House reception Saturday Miss Hatcher,and her mother Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs. were Mrs. James Crosby,
night March 5 from 7:30: to 9 Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr. Keith Gillingham\ Mrs. Don Mrs. John C. Greene, Mrs.
p.m. at the home of Mrs. C.N. The table was covered witha Neel and Mrs. Guy Sale. Eldon Hardy, Mrs. Comer f
Christy. pink imported linen and lace Out-of-town guests included fl.A Suggs, and Mrs. Hurst. h +
Hostesses included Mrs. cloth. A candleabra and an Mrs. F.F. Hatcher of Greeting guests at the door iiiG
W.B. Mundy, Jr.. Mrs. J.A. arrangement of azaleas .Maitland, Miss Susan Hatcherof were Mrs. Hardy and Mrs.
Griffin, Mrs. R.A. Colson, centered the table. Tampa and Mrs.Don Hardy i I Crosby who presented them to
Mrs. Myldred Cuttino, Mrs. Assisting in serving and of Gainesville\ j jI I the receiving line composed of
W.S. Haas, and Mrs. E.D. caring for the guests were I II II I thehonoree, Miss Hodges; her
Tenly, Sr. Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. S.G. I I mother, Mrs. E.W. Hodges,
-rr . i rf and the mother of the groom,
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Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR = /IsSome 0 4.1': Guests were invited into the
: .. .. J ,d dining room for refreshmentsby
if l Mrs. Greene, and were
864 Suite C N.301 $ r' handed plates and napkins by

9 Daily Mrs. Suggs.
say that an unmarried girl who sees three lights in a r The refreshment table in the
964.8018 row will soon become a bride dining room was covered witha

white imported army navy
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oriental cloth over a pink
liner. Centering the table wasa

9 silk arrangement of spring
blossoms in an imported china
So basic figurine. Other informal
arrangements of fresh t
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: camellia blossoms and r
hanging baskets of ferns and
reliable. blooming plants enhanced the ss, .az.J:

so All Set For Spring party rooms.Presiding. at the silver Mr. and !Mrs. Bernhard William Stalzer

coffee service were Mrs.
All set for spring are Vickie and Kelli Carver, ddiighU-rii! of Carole Shields and Mrs. Terry I
][ Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver. Cranford. Serving cokes at the IMurthu Ellen Dennis Wed Mr. StalzerIn
Both model outfits from Sears & Roebuck shown in the Junior opposite end of the table were
Woman's Club of Starke annual Fashion Show held ;March H. Mrs. Eddie Hazen and Mrs. Ocala) Ceremony
Vickie, 13, a former Junior Miss of Gainesville, wears a Dennie Stowe. Assisting in
polyester and cotton matching blazer and slack outfit. The serving and caring for the Martha Ellen Dennis, of County School Board as a first .
blazer has fashionable wide lapels and a matching "Jeans" bell. guests were Mrs. Drew Ocala daughter of Mr. and grade teacher.Mr. .
Vickie coordinates her outfit with a red printed blouse, red T- Reddish, Mrs. Robert Allen, Mrs. James H. Dennis, of Stalzer is a 1962
strap sandles and a red cloche hut. Jr., Mrs. Neil Crawford. Miss Starke, and Bernhard William graduate of St. Johns Preparatory
Kelli 10, models a woven polyester and cotton smock top Karen Crawford Miss Sandra Stalzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. School, New York,
dress. The dress has bell sleeves, and a ruffled bottom and neckline Chitty, and Miss Karen Chitty. Bernhard Stalzer, of Ocala, N.Y. He is a 1N! >4 graduate of
Kelli. a runner-up in the Little Miss Pageant in Galnt's\ill?, Hostesses presented the were united in a civil Central Florida Junior
completes the dotted swiss look outfit with white patent shoes. honoree with a silver cake ceremony performed Friday, College and a 1966 graduate of

knife and camellia corsage as Feb. 11, in Ocala by Circuit the University of Florida,
!Model'A-90 "ilh mower. a memento of the occasion, Judge William T. Swigert. a where he was a member of.
Hamilton Weds Mr. Womack and also presented the fraternity brother of the Sigma Chi fraternity.
Evelyn mothers with camellia cor groom. After a wedding trip to Daytona -
At $106800 sages. Calling during the The bride is a 1968 graduateof Beach the couple returned -,
Mrs. William\ H. Thomson John Griffin. party hours were approximately Bradford High School, anda to Ocala where Mr. ,
announces the marriage of Attending the bride and 100 guests. 1973 graduate of Florida Stalzer is employed as a
it's incredible. her daughter, Evelyn groom were Mr. and Mrs. State University. She is now business and investment con-
so -.--. Thomson Hamilton to JamesL. Vernon Silcox, and ring employed by the Marion sultant.
Womack. son of Mrs.. bearers were Bill and Brad Miss Kim Hodges was
Mildred Cfieathani"; :-- of" Hamilton: honored at a bridal shower
Wheel Horse Known throughout the industry in January, 1977,during an independent Columbia, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Womack will Friday evening March 4, at pereonae -
for its sound basic design: and unquestioned survey of Wheel Horse Sales, Inc. dealers in The marriage was performed be at home at 370 Mimosa the Madison Street Baptist .. 4 I
reliability. over 25 major U.S.-cities. Prices do not Friday evening March Drive (east) after March 8. Church Fellowship Hall.A .
4, by the Rev. Jack Hand at Mr. Womack is employed( by game was played and a
This 81 J HP, four-speed Wheel lorse has served include local taxes. Some prices were higher, the home of the bride's aunts, the DuPont Company. prize given. Mrs. Hazel Paulk Biggest news as we called Mrs. F.II. Kramer is home
homeowners for years. In fact, it just keeps some lower. Check your local Wheel Horse Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. was the winner of the game. around this week has been the after a brief hospitalization in
going on and on and on. Ask any Wheel Horse dealer for his prices. The refreshment table was flu. It seems as if every other North Florida Regional
owner. Consistently, Wheel Horse delivers price, set with a white linen cloth person has it. For the past two Hospital in Gainesville. She is
and that hard and centered by a red and weeks the nasty little virus doing fine. Mrs. J.E. Pat-
Equally important, compare its price against performance dependability are Cello-Woodham Wed February 20 white floral arrangement with (whatever it is) has kept terson is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
other quality, brand name lawn tractors. Such to beatWheel red candles set in white people in and the hospital full. Kramer for .an extended

as John Deere. Or International Harvester. Horse. It's a classic whose reputation Laura Jean Cello, daughterof The ceremony was per cherub candle holders. Three guesses as to why amount of time.
*Average of actual prices quoted for the A-90 lives on,day after day. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. formed by Kev. Harry Lee The gift table was set with a Society Editor Gladys Mooty
.' m Cello of Ft.' Lauderdale smd Wainscott. ,white linen cloth, a red and wasn't calling for news this Mr, and Mrs. William F.
Why pay more Raymond Wayne Woodham, Miss Cello was a 1974 white arrangement and white week. Godwin, Jr. of Chattanooga, '
when you can own a son of Mr. and Mrs. T.E. graduate of Msgr. Scanlan, candles. Cake and punch were Tenn. are visiting with Juhn
Woodham of Kingsley Lake, Bronx, New York. enjoyed by 25 guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Martin Godwin for a few days.
were united in marriage Mr. Woodham was a 1971 Hostesses included Mrs. and children of 'laiiatezscs::::
Wheel Horse! Sunday, February", at the graduate of Bradford High Edward Hipplinger, Mrs. spent the weekend with Mrs.Martin's Mrs. C.T. Wade and Mrs.
St. Johns Baptist Church in School. Jerry Williams, Mrs. Ronnie parents, Mr. and Gilbert Goldwirc visited !Mr.
Jacksonville. Both are in the United Tomlinson, Mrs. Gary O'Steen Mrs. J.I1. Dennis. Earl McDaniel of Brunswick
Wheel Horse ROSIER'S MONUMENTS & GARDEN NURSERY States Navy, and are presently and Mrs Edward Christmas. Ga. and Mrs. It.S.ew: of
Ie Dealers 964-6214 301-340 S. Walnut St., Starke, Fla. stationed at the Naval Air The hostesses presentedMiss Mr. and Mrs. E.O. Elder- Statesboro, Ga. over the
Station in Jacksonville. Hodges with a five piece had as weekend guest their weekend.

'S<5<3.: ._ .. place setting of her china as a grandson. Greg Elder of Baldwin
memento of the occasion. Jacksonville. They took Greg Renner of Ahoskie.
umc home Sunday and visited with N.C. arrived Wednesday for
y.u his parents Mr. and Mrs. several weeks visit with his
% Kenneth Elder.: father, E.P. Renner, who is a
want
EeelJfr TinnierWarrenEngagement patient at Bradford County
Mrs. Corine Purvis of Hospital and Mrs. Kenner.
t Told Gainesville visited her sister,
Mrs. W.F. Her'.ong, Friday. Nancy Gunter is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walkerof Also visiting Mrs. Herlong Mildred Woodburn for some
Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon were Mr. time.
Albert Tinsler of Homestead and Mrs. W.H. Steinmyer and
r announce the engagement of Mr. [0"W. Herlong of
their daughter, Robyn Kay Jacksonville.
Tinsler, to William Michael
Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
f' 1's William Warren of Orange Matt Waters Honored On BirthdayMr.
,; Park. -
The marriage will take and Mrs. Wilbur Waters The cake was centered witha
h I 'i' place on June I II I in the First held a birthday party miniature wooden choo-choo
//p Baptist Church of Lawtey, Saturday, March 5, for their train.
r \ followed by a reception in t the| tne-year-old son. Matt. Twelve cousins attending
ar4 &1&4 church fellowship hall. The choo-choo theme was the party
r\ \ The bride-elect is a 1974 carried out with napkins, Blowouts hats and candy
graduate of Bradford High and bars handed
-- cups plates cake. The were out as party
School. Mr. Warren is a 1970 party was held in the dining favors.
Robin Tinsler and Mike Warren graduate of Orange Park High room with red, white and blue Assisting in serving were
School. streamers hanging from the Mrs. Mark Moody. Mrs.
All friends and relatives are coiling. LaRue Williams and Mrs.
invited to attend the weddingand five small children attended Michael Waters.
reception. the party. Balloons,
party hats and big suckers
were given to the children as
Local Author Featured At Reception favors.

Deanna Waters assisted in
The first Bradford County planning to attend are Donna the serving.
reception for local authors Alverson, who wrote Drum- BIRTHS
will be held on March 18, from Kunnin Fool, Leslie A. Davis.
3-4 p.m. at the Public Libraryon Pike's Peninsula and Zonira Sunday, March 6, a family
105 E. Jackson Street. Tolles, Shadows in the Sand. birthday party was held for Mr. and Mrs. Dale Perry of
The public is invited t to( Dr. and Mrs. Frank G. Matt Waters on his first birth- Glen St. Mary announce the
attend any time during this Slaughter, both internationally day.The birth of a daughter, Chastity
hour:There is no admission. famous authors, choo-choo theme was Suzanne, born Feb. 24 In Lake
Guest authors will be thereto have said "We will make carried out. ... Shore Hospital in Lake City. _
autograph books and Indi- every effort to be with you. It' Chastity Suzanne 'weighed I li'
vidually talk to those at will be a pleasure for us to see Ibs. 5 oz. and measured 18
tending. The occasion will be some of our many friends in inches at birth.
informal and refreshmentswill your area again." Please give The new arrival is the
be provided by the this program your support by granddaughter of Mr. and I
Library Board. The authors attending. I HocfJUAdtNotuI Mrs. Merrill Griffis of Starke

and the niece of Mr. and Mrs,
Those admitted into the Nelson Griffis.
Bradford County Hospital this .. .
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral past week were: Clarence

Ilagan. Robert Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Huey Cowart,
Mrs. Irene Holland, Mrs. of Starke, announce the birthof
Melody Reddish, Mrs. Lena a daughter
Amy Bonita, on
Home Townsend Mrs. Gladys Feb. 8 in Shands Teaching
Williams, Mrs. Alma Starling Hospital Gainesville.
David Cowart, Jimmy Maternal grandparents are"Mrs.
Carroll Mrs. Ida Pugh.
Juanita Harris of Ral'
.
STARKE Donald Hodges and Miss ford, and C.AK, Mattox
KEYSTONE ,
Rhonda Phillips all of Starke. Champaign 111. Paternal .
Those being admitted from' grandparents ]
are Mr.. and
964.6200 473-3176 Brooker were Mrs. Nellie Mrs. Charlie Cowart of
Cone and Joshua Baxter. Starke.
I Mrs. Ollie Hodges, Mrs. .
Nettie Moody, and Robert -'- _

-- RENTALS Davis;III were admitted from Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Price,
Lake Butler. former residents.of Starke
IIIi iI I Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Mr. Charles Wolf was admitted are the parents of a daughter.,J

from Lake Geneva. Brandy Dawn. Sgt. and Mrs.
/32. + ENr tu.. 5f1lr
Miss
Debra Griffi and Mrs. Price are stationed in Germany
& Crutches .
Alma Renaud were admitted -"
\J from Lawtey. Great-grandparents are Mr.
Hershel Wilson of Raifordwas and Mrs. M.B. Jordan of
admitted this week also. Starke. .


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& 'eo//e You KnowMr. i Scouts To Pick Up ;
i tOCOOoOUR SERVICEMEN Jf ,
Good Turn Sat
Bogs
J.,
and Mrs. J1T
O.G. Stray- !. ,
horn of Wildwood and Mr. and r Boy Scouts will return this BEAVER ABOARD Seaman L. Mott
Mrs. W.M. Hazen of Gaines- I ,Il 1sh Saturday March 12,to pick up CGCUTTERTANEYCoast The new, 200-mile zone Completes Recruit Terry .
Training
ville visited Mr. and Mrs. I the Good Will Good Turn bags Guard Lieutenant represents a four-fold increase I
M.F. Hazen Sunday afternoon Ii i that were distributed throughout Commander Richard J. in patrols for Navy Seaman Recruit j ;

Starke. Beaver son of Mr. and Mrs the Coast Guar Terry L. Mott, son of Mr. and .I
Items such as clothing Thomas H. Beaver Starke Beaver is a 1964 graduate of Mrs. Marshall Mott of Route !
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief broken toys lamps, and will be helping enforce the 200 the U.S. Coast Guard 1 1. Box 348, Brooker has com- '
had as guests Friday night electrical fixtures will help mile fishery conervation zone Academy New London pleted recruit training at the
and Saturday their grandson Goodwill Industries in their which went into effect March Conn., with a bachelor of Naval Training Center Orlando. I
Steve Walker and friend John program to hire the han 1. science degree ,
Eberle of Chapel Hill, N.C. dicapped. Beaver is serving as execu- During the eight-week
They stopped by on their way Local Scout leader David tive officer of the Coast Guard David GeorgeIs training cycle trainees ;
to spend some time in Ft. M a [3: : Montgomery said if you failedto cutter Taney homeported In Senior Airman studied general military sub-
Lauderdale during their receive a bag or have larger Portsmouth Va. jects designed to prepare '
spring break. items that you would like The new law, known as the Mr and Mrs. William them for further academic 1$ ,
picked up call him at 964-7663. Fishery Conservation and George of 1228 Blanding have and on-the-job training in one i.' I
Mrs.Henry Morrison had as Management Act of 1976, been Informed of their son of the Navy's 85 basic occupational )1 .
guest this weekend her grandson ', r FOR BALE All ktndi of gives the United States exclusive David's promotion to the rankof fields. '
Ralph Morrison of Lees- ;- i tatlonery and note .paper. at control of all waters Senior Airman by the Department Included in their studies .j
burg. l The Office Shop, phone 964- within the 200-mile zone. The of the Air Force were seamanship, close order "f
., 5764.- Coast Guard and the National David a 1974 graduate of drill Naval history and first t
Mrs. John Crews and son of """ Marine Fisheries Service Bradford High School, began
Lake City and Mrs. Robert [ Watch For ] have been charged with en- active service with the Air aid.Mott joined the Navy in ,
Taylor and daughter Mary forcement of the zone, which Force in July 1974 and has November 1976.
Louise of Raiford were includes 10 percent of the been assigned to the 55th Or-
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. -- -------- ---- I Opening Of I II I world's fishery resources. ganizational Maintenance .

Tully Norman. Brad and Bill Hamilton and Allison Farnsworth set fine examples for the older models. The Coast Guard cutters and Squadron Offutt AFB The pectin in apples helps
three led each other up the walkway and onto the stage showing off formal wear that was as cuteas j Starke's j patrol aircraft will make Nebraska, since December keep the cholesterol countdown I
Jack Miller of Jacksonville they were.Spring I regular patrols of fishery 1974. Offutt Air Force Base is and many doctors believe -
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Own Bakery I II areas to monitor foreign the main headquarters of the this to be a big boon toyour
Miller of Starke has returned Fashion Presented To AudienceThe fishing activity. Some con- Strategic Air Command. heart
home after undergoing emer- Capacity I I10(5 I I II trolled foreign fishing is per-
gency surgery on February :( (V E4oQ( 'mitted within the 200milezone OJ h0La ,
17. Starke Junior Women's The models ranged from from one outfit into another. and fishing vessels will
Club sponsored a dinner and children to adults, with both "As soon as we would get off I I IL be boarded at random to @ I l3m (DLL!J [00LLIJVOW [! ) :
oV
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Mr. and Mrs. Ogdon Bates fashion show Tuesday March sexes sporting clothes from the stage we have to hurry and ensure compliance with J'
of.Jacksonvllle.:: visited Mrs. 8, showing spring fashions in DeVane's Lelia's Sears change-it was hectic!" said restrictions and regulations. .
Peggy Shaller Sunday after- sportswear, play wear and Stump's and TG&Y, all in model Jan Norton. 138 E. Call Jate 0 (! @ ;
noon. formal wear before a capacity Starke. Gainesville was represented After the entertainment was -
crowd in the club house. at the fashion show over the the audience left the r- -
Mrs. Anna Mae Masters Junior Women's Club by Jay's Dress Shop and For- real work began cleaningup .. Deluxe UPRIGHTWAttachments UPRIGHT .
from Syracuse New York is in president Mrs. Robert Autry mal Fashions. the mess. The women
Starke visiting her daughterand said the annual fashion show Excellent planning and or- cleaned up after the approximately Bradford County's 2 Speed W/Light ],
family Mr. and Mrs. was a success but the amountof ganization was evident in the 150 people In
Leslie Nugent. money raised from ticket smooth flow of models onto about two hours, nova long Only UHD3A Reg. '199" UHD2 Reg. '139"
After three weeks in Floridashe sales was unavailable as of and off the stage. Mrs. Rose time when it is considered that ?
plans on going to Long Wednesday because all cal- Register gave descriptions of preparations were begun two' Foot Long $9995 $79 95 J.
Island to visit another culations were not yet made. each outlet along with fashion days in advance with the .
daughter and family Mr. and After a spaghetti dinner tips for those present. making of the spaghetti sauce. i.1i
Mrs.David Gleason. When de- with salad and sherbet The pace got a bit hectic for The Junior Women's Club 'rte STERKSANDWICH UPRIGHT CANISTER i
parting from Long Island she everyone settled back to lookat the models as they rushed into has its next regular meeting Reg. Deluxe ij
plans to travel to Penn- the models and the clothes. the dressing room to change Monday, March 14, at 7:30: j
sylvania where she was born, UHD-1 Reg. '79" C14D Reg. 89" )i

to see her brothers and Jefferson County's 150th Birthday
sisters. She plans on a return At $4995 $5995
trip to Starke sometime in
December. Will Kick-Off Tour Of Historic Homes
/ (tcaaaacE( (

# Jefferson County's annual may be purchased at the Railroad buffs and Starke Sewing Center
Some people are still afraidto Tour of Homes will be high- Wirick-Simmons House on N. historians will enjoy visiting [ U (!((5f25[ I,
fly in airplanes even lighted this year with an Arts Jefferson Street in Monticello the restored "depot at Lloyd Quantities Limited I'
though airlino safety records and Craft Show and Sale anda or at any house on the tour. near Monticello. Built in 1858, Hurry! !

show there is no basis for special Sequicentennial Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on it is the oldest brick railroad 1212 N. Temple 964-6567 215 E. Call St. 964-8312
such feari. Mile for mile, Celebration.The Saturday and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. station in Florida and houses a lt l
airplanes are safer than county's 150th birthday Sunday; Luncheon will be fine collection of railroading f
highways.BROOKER. party will be held Friday served both days at the history. Also open will be the
March 25, starting at 1 p.m. Wirick-Simmons house. old Perkins Opera House, an
with a parade, musical enter- The Arts and Crafts Show impressive brick structure on
tainment, and a walking tour will be held in the Asa May the courthouse square in If'
of Historic Monticello.The plantation house built in the Monticello, constructed in
Tour of Homes will take 1850's, and now being re 1890 in the Romanesque fcp move softly .
IN BRIEFby place Saturday and Sunday, stored. Area artists and Revival style of architecture.Tea ;
March 26-27. and tickets for $4 craftsmen will display their will be served to tour
work, as well as demon- visitors both days at the Greek
Jeanette Prescott strating the art of soap Revival home of Mr. and Mrs.
Phone 483-1715 LADIEShave making, basket weaving, and W.J. McLeod on E. Washington into
other skills. Street. L spring
own ,
Brooker Elementary School profitable your Jean very or Apparel t

Shop. Feature the talent in
Elementary The students School of will Brooker take Jeans Denim. SI4.850 andSporUwrar. Carter Selected To Address n.Yn. er. Y-ttrui \ II r

their report cards home includrir. Suppli i..Slore Corrections Meet
Monday, March 14. Fixtures..Training.inyour ( Ladies' SUITS I
The regular P.T.A. meetingwill ... Brad Carter son of Mr. and Trends in Classification" for
HritinninRliut'nliiry.
Nliire )
be held Thursday March !!! ... and a Gala Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr., was the conference which was held N\ Easy going casual pant suits.
17.at 7:30p.m.: All parents are Grand Opening featuring a elected by the Florida State in Tallahassee, March 2, 3, Made of 100% Polyester &
invited attend. I If would and 4.
you University Criminology
well knn.n celebrity. You Assorted colors. Sizes 818.
like a conference with your and earning faculty to speak at the 22nd A recent graduate of
child's teacher call the school can be open annual Conference in Florida State University
office 485-1812 to make an profits within 15 days." Call Corrections. Carter is currently employedat (
with child's an>lime tor Mr. Jamu.No the
appointment your Carter served as coleaderof Lawtey Correctional
teacher for the night of the collect calls please a workshop on "Recent Center as a Classification 'n $7885
meeting, between 8 and 9 p.m. ((904)) 757.1353 Specialist.NORMAN'S .

School Lunch
:March U-1M
HAS
MONDAY Hamburwr with gravy,
t mathad potatott. turnip, 9r**n.. cornbread
milk'' chocolat Casa. with top II
oina. FRESH NILE FRESH GRAYPERCH II
TUESDAY Bunt and *.ln.r., r
plums col,. flaw. r.'lIn' cup bitcult
milk. TROUT79c
WEDNESDAY Tuna fllft i salad' on I
'Itttuca. corn poach,. chtvta braadtick
milk
THURSDAY fi n. tartar taut,
carrot tticki. piart.orltt.Hutu puppln' LB 89B.
milk'' j
"R'DAVHof Oogi. tllld p.a. / tit :ri --
truth f"... pintappl' uptidt down

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Sgt. and Mrs. Gene White i p
and children, Patty, Chris, $ 69 $ 1
Teresa and Matt, of Gregg, 2 I $299 '"
AFB Alabama visited their CLAWS LB. I\1\
mother Mrs. Nora Harris, ", '
and other relatives last week STANDARD
SELECT
February 2427. OYSTERS

White Saturday and his, February brother 26 Perry, Sgt. OYSTERS OYSTERS IN THE SHELL / .'/ I / /

went fishing in Newnan Lake I I ./ ;'/. jiJ'IL' jiJ///(/
and had very good luck. They $195 I
caught 55 nice fish. Everyone $210 $75u. ((4 ,1
enjoyed the visit very much. Pint Pint /
Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Edwards /
of Salt Springs visited '
their sister, Mrs. Eva Harrell, FRESH FISH '. /
Friday and Saturday, March 4 FULL LINE OF AVAILABLE/
.,
and 5. They spent the night and SEAFOOD ... .
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over in Lake Butler. : :,' ,
Mrs. Ruby Allen has im- ,/
proved and is out of intensive REG.POTATOES. GREEN HOME GROWN
care in Alachua General
Hospital in Gainesville, but is
not able to return home yet. ONIONS CABBAGEjr .,
Please remember her in your 4t 10 Lb.fa. -
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prayers.Mrs.
Harley Shaw is a 2ge 1geLb ,
Jge
patient In Union General ; /
Hospital in Lake Butler We *
hope she will be home soon. r tTh Bunch t r 1
Please remember her in your \ \ i
prayers."Pitt". 1'#( LETTUCE LEMONS / Tasv',AUVIP.TISIO MIIICHaNOIII POUCT II I IDolt //I II j
Baxter had to be readmitted I \ .,. I '
cewVi polity It !I. ilivi kmM ahpli /I 'II
to Bradford County I .Marna., .Mquat.Supply, in ow nom In,the /. I tl I'I i I
Hospital in Starke last week. :Mt Mflfartmfl IIW M'tN.wtlmro rtawitl 19 it :nClwct M p..4*h.daw! l lel I .j"j It( t
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I RAIFORD NEWS Lawtev Will Pay LVFD $10 Per Run As Incentive I

by Chris Marsh someone has a brand taken care of, us big folks ., .,
Phone 431-1522 spanking new house here. I keep going. Ethel said her On recommendation of and was effective immediate spending countless money on the existing one for a larger 125 and SR 225 until ownership
Mrs. Howard (Jewel) should say that in plural form mother, Mrs. Ollie Hodges is Mayor Marvin Rosier, Lawtey ly. a pound, dog catcher food, water supply. could be established and the
Register should be reading the there are four in the family in the hospital, hope you are City Council-agreed Monday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wildsof and other related items which -Voted to proceed with up- bridge repaired.Expressed .
paper at home today. Last Joe, Jerri, Jeff, and Tammy. soon back at home. night to grant compensation to Crawford Road attendedthe most small communities dating plans for a sewer sympathy in
week Jewel was visited by Joe Lane is a trucker and Even if you don't have any the town's Volunteer Fire meeting to bring to light cannot afford.In system In the hope that publicuse the lost of Mr. O.J. Anders, a
Maybelle Dobbs Jo Anne Jerri Lane is a doctor's children in the Elementary Department members by the dog situation which existsin other action the Lawtey funds will become avail- past mayor of Lawtey
Griffis and Treva Newmans. secretary. Jeff and Tammyseem School your Campbell's soup paying them $10 per fire Lawtey as well as other Council: able for such a project to be -Wished to commend Leon
Jewel was reported as doing to be normal children, labels will help the others receive responded to,not only to show surrounding communites -SOld the old police car to completely funded. Wilkerson for his concern and
well after her surgery. It's half angel, half imp. Good equipment. I will try and appreciation to the volunteer Their son was viciously attacked the only bidder, Councilman -Decided to close the dirt watchfulness for the school
nice to have good news to start luck and welcome from all of pick any labels up that you fighters, but also to act as an and bitten on his head Robert Scott for $1,400. road beside the railroad children crossing onto school
with today. Hope your us to the Lane Plantation. can save for the children. incentive to the men. and hands requiring extensive -Retained local CPA Pat tracks beside 301 between SR grounds.
recovery goes well Jewel. Business matters took Earl Thank you. Assistant Chief James stitches. While the dog Farnsworth as the City
Whether discussing the cau- and Maybelle Dobbs to Lees- Waters pointed out that this has been penned up and the Auditor for the current fiscal
tion light or the ball field, your burg last Friday. F 5 | would be the first stp.In\ dog's owners have cooperatedin JOHN'S
opinion can be heard. The Miss Joy Cason enjoyed Special NolieesBradford having a paid fire depart- every way this could justas year.Was advised by Police elean.l
Raiford City Council meets Saturday afternoon at the ment, which is one of the first easily have been done by Chief Jordan that he has Remodeling & Roofing Co. u -poO2
the first Tuesday of each birthday party of Master John County VolunteerFire guidelines for fire insurance one of the many stray dogs appointed Spurgeon Masseyas 264-1353
month. It seemed to me the Howard. Sad to say I wasn't Department Ladies code rates. which plague the school and the first auxiliary police- R... AUtH CM."bh SUN AwilMm ft VtarfRM
March meeting had a very de invited but I'm not even closeto "Ten dollars fire of man in the history of Lawtey. .
streets
Auxiliary will hold a garage per may Lawtey. (II.|. Ml TwtII Sffi t fenta N....*. ft fluff
finite friendly flavor. If you six tiny and cute as a sale Saturday, March 12, at not sound like much, but when The dead-end discussionwas Massey will complete the 86- I
have compliment or com- button like Joy. 318 West Call Street (Next you multiply it by 80 to 100 left mid-air when the hour Police Standards Course,. Ctuntt Wort BAR TfttfBomltd
plaint to register, the meeting Also on Saturday, Albert door to Harry Green Auto fires yearly, it runs into Council was advised by Attorney as required.Voted UMW.fcw.4rM4ftMMW.
is public. and Sarah Stafford had dinner Parts). money" Councilman Mc- Welty that the only advertise for bids
Ramona Sweat came down guests from Jacksonville. Bob The Sale will be from 9 a.m. Culley said. This move was effective method of solving for a new well to be tied into SAVE We Do Our Own Work .re
from Hahira, Georgia last Stafford, son, and Rodney to granted on a temporary basis this problem would involve
week to visit. Ramona is Coffin were the culprits that 1 p.m.
staying with her parents, enjoyed the Stafford's -
Drew and Myrtle Sweat. hospitality. County Trades For New Dump Site On SR-100
Mrs. Blossom Greene Saturday night Miss Becky 964-5757 964-6206
passed away last Friday in the Skeen, of Harold and Beverly
Starke Hospital. Sympathyand Corporation, was an overnight Chairman George Roberts a permit to use the county ferred with county attorney
prayers are extended to guest in Starke. Becky's announced Monday that the landfills and by May 1 all Dudley Hardy and property
the family and friends on their young hostess was Miss Bradford Commission has county residents will be required appraiser Jimmy Alvarez.
traded the 40-acre site in Lincoln to Several of the
Barbie Swartz. display a sticker ob- requests were TannerFuiaeralHoine
loss.The Boy Scouts held a Courtof The Brownies have changed City with ITT Rayonierfor tained at the county court labeled because of "error"
Honor recently. Jerry their meeting to Thursday a 38-acre site adjacent to house showing they are county and commissioner Dave Shu-
Pilcher is very proud of the afternoons from 4 to 5:30 p.m. the present Keystone landfillon residents.A ford wanted an explanation of 301 South of Starke
hard work these boys have put at the Clubhouse. Last SR 100 south of Starke. folder full of requests for why such errors would occur. 1
in for their awards. Kevin meeting the girls participatedin By April 1, all commercialusers refunds on taxes were put He cautioned granting such
Griffis made Life Scout, Kelly craft work indoors. This will be required to show aside until the board con requests automatically. MONUMENTSDoyle .
Griffis made Star, and Albert new meeting time hopefullywill
Johary was awarded First allow the Brownies to Ttnifnrrl 1 IVfiivnr Eyes! Crosse's! Fin.. House. Pod
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Class. In addition there was a participate in more outside ---J
total of 21 merit badges activities such as !nature Raiford Mayor J.D. Griffis Grosse confirmed last week expected within 30 days.If Archer ArchieM.TannerL.F.D.
earned. I'm sure the parentsare hikes etc.. announced last Friday amid in Lake Butler prior to the Grosse resigns the state L.F.D.
almost as happy as the Sunday afternoon Mr. and speculation that Rep. George legislative hearing that he is house post which serves .
boys! Mrs.Otis Greene and Earnest Grosse of Jacksonville will be being considered for the Union, Baker and Duval
This coming Saturday, Freeman came from appointed U.S. Marshall for federal position to be based in Counties Griffis indicated in "Within Yoi Means Now, Peace of Mind Always"
March 12th, these boys are Jacksonville to visit Mrs. this district that he would seek Jacksonville by President his announcement, he will toss
coming back for the Goodwill Mary Freeman and Mr and the state post if Grosse Jimmy Carter. Gross Indi- his hat in the ring for the special -
bags delivered last weekend. Mrs. Earl Dobbs. The Staf- resigns. cated that an announcement is election
Any articles you can give will ford's also had visitors from
be appreciated. I'm sorry to Jacksonville Sunday. Phillip
report that your partner in Thornton was the guest of CHANCE TO COMPLETE
however stuffed Albert and Sarah. LAST
life neatly
into the bag, is not acceptable. Mrs Joyce Cox gave birthto FOOD YOUR' SET OF FINE...
I must be awful to think of a baby boy last Friday.
such a thing, yet, it would be a Congratulations The
funny sight to see all those paternal grandparents are PORCELAIN CHINA
squirming bags bouncing Mr.and Mrs.Fred Cox of Rai- I
around on the porches.
Seriously) the Boy Scouts and ford.The month of March in FAIR LOVELACI CHINA OOOO WIO MAR 5,THRU TVII., MAR IS. ,t71.Q .
Goodwill appreciate your Florida reminds me of a
help. seesaw. When it's up it is even
One night last week Sarah better than summer becauseit's 4I8I AT SPECTACULAR "FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK" SAVINGS. .
Stafford and Mr. and Mrs. not dreadfully hot merely
Woodrow Kitler treated them comfortably warm When it's SUPERMARKETS
selves to an evening of down it is worse than winter 30 OFF pantry 7OI OFF ppan te
shopping. After shopping who because the warm days have Clip The Valuable s
wants to cook so they all enjoyed spoiled me. With this fluc-
eating pizza. tuating weather comes a real Coupons in this Ad I.L u.
!Mrs. Beth Reynolds of hazard. The cold and virus j PILLSBURY 5 LB BAG : ; PALMOLIVE 48oz BTL. ;
Perry was an overnight bugs are just waiting for that & Save Up To... i
visitor Wednesday at her seesaw to hit bottom so they FLOUR I II LIQUID *
parents. Earl and Maybelle can attack us with the 49 I 99
I Dobbs Earlier that day May. Miserables! Both of our boys, $ a OR SELF DETERGENT
belle and Mrs Marty Clem- Skeet and Steven, were bitten 2 2 5 COUPONN :'QWIO.
o WITH THIS MID HAH.., ......1., 'In UUIT-t Of EACH CIJ I wrm THIS coupon mp, UAH..THRU wio.MAD.i".nr LIMIT.I or I
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ville. Then on Wednesday fever and cough. It's really .. --- - -- --- -- - ----- -- -
!I night Jo Anne and Gerald hard to say who suffers the tsa ., .
I Griffis a small most with these things, little
gave supper
I enjoyed by alt. Those present ones or big ones.'I saw Ethel AU,.....AND PKICI OOOO WUk HAH.. t,TMIU WIID..._W)I''7.OUANTITV sow, RltlWVlO,, .
included !Mr. and Mrs. Don Crews last week just cookingand Bargains .in Grocery
I I Newman: and children, Mr. working away and so very
I and Mrs. Earl Dobbs, and tired and sick. At least chil- Libby.Iruroa
Beth Reynolds. dren can stay in bed and be
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Enter t (From Page 1)
Strawberry Pageant ; byi Denise Glssy In Solo Ensemble ContestBradford
I Diane Crews be adopted. Warren and Epps
Seven girls have entered the Robert E. Allen Jr. and Miss Eollne GreenCongratulations said Tuesday they have received
competition for Bradford Gail Lavender, daughter of> to Chuck on Middle School and quartet), Mike Wallace arid phone calls about the
County Strawberry Queen and Aziel and J.F. Lavender Register for being selected Bradford High School Band Chuck Hudson (drum duet), convenience store con
the deadline members participated in a Cana Schmidt, Beth Patray
has been ex Bradford High's STAR The struction on Madison Street.
tended until Wednesday, Past Strawberry Queenswill Student: He was chosen as the 20. District Solo and Ensemble and Patti Mullins (flute )trio), Warren and Schaefer said
March 16,. to allow any other also be a part of the festi) r, most out-standing Junior who contest in Gainesville Satur and Donna Samons (twirlingsolo Tuesday the reason they hesitated
vities. Past who have day, March 5, and with 75 percent ).
interested girls to enter Queens reached tops in: Work world to act on Epps' motion
agreed to appear are: 1963, experience and knowledge of of BUS'S members hxcellenlTerri: Mundorff last week was that they wererxlt
The 14th annual pageant Is Linda Muggins McRae'; 1964, free enterprise system school scoring excellent ratings. (Ihorn solo), Roderick castle) familiar with the problem ,
sponsored by the Junior Jane Adams Watson; 19(16( and community leadership, Those the Todd Schmidt,Joe Fennel andGene and didn't want to act on the t''
scoring ,
Woman's Club of Starke and Veda Fish Dopson; 1970, Mary and academic achievement.In up highest superiors Anderson (trombone spur of the moment.
for
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will be held March 26 in con Ann Barton Radke; 1971 Anne about a month or so Chuck BMS rating possible quartet), Cassie Keddick ,
junction with the Bradford Terwillegar; 1972, Donna rf will compete in the STAR with (french were horn: Tommy, Terri Thomas Powell (flute solo). Debby Harper
County Fair. Prevatt; 1974 La La in Herres, (twirling solo). Briar Patray
Student
Competition. (flute), Jeff Moore (bass (;U131 Disbamls.; /
The and Lisa ..
pageant has room for and 1975 Debra Ann Jordan. ; Mitchell twirling
Highlight of this week at
clarinet), and Parado
eight more entrants. The also Randy duet). I
girls They are awaiting confirmation -
BUS were the six-week exams clarinet( ) Mellissa Mayo (From Page I 1)
already entered are: from three other Good Junior Daughterydrum
for the fourth
past queens q, w MIa which grading period. (flute) was rated as excellentand ( solo), Joe Fennel, )Rick food and medical services
Miss Shan Edwards were given on Mondayand first STARKE'r"'M Renme Lennon (bass llollzendorlf. Gena Joynerand housing and homemakingwhich
i Tuesday. Report cards clarinet) rated
daughter of Mr and Mrs. as good.:(
Roderick I leastic
(brass covers 1,700
Curtis Edwards; Miss Pam Prizes this year will includea .*'N'i 'L. I will be sent home March 17. (Ratings for BUS are as quartet( ) miles in the four counties.square .
Chapman, daughter of Mr. modeling scholarship to the : Last Friday the chorus gavea year follows: Mrs. Nelson said (Head Start is ft.
and Mrs. A.W. Chapman of Denise Carol Studio and silver Susie Wilson, 8, seems concert on the Auditorium Superior Derk Schmidt presently serving 144 children
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Raiford; Miss Brenda bowls to the queen and run- charmed by the crown the new steps to 'entertain students Greg (horn solo), Todd Schmidt lamp Speurs in four counties the home- ,
Roberts, daughter of Mr, and ners-up by the Bradford Strawberry Queen will wear during lunch. It was under the (Irombone solo), Beth Patray maker program has 147 1
Mrs. George Roberts; Miss County Chamber of Commerce direction of Bill McRae, the held (flute solo), Chuck Hudson Named FliP clients in two counties, and ;
Lisa Mitchell, daughter of Mr. Local merchants and The extended deadline is Middle School and High (drum solo), Paula Carter CUBB has just received 1 an
and Mrs. Freeman Register businesses have given March 16 and the number of School chorus director.All (piano solo). Betsy Yawn Bureau Chief additional S5.000 for materials ; ..
Jr.; Miss Cathy (Futch, generously to make this entries Is limited to eight (horn solo), Faye Bayles to weatherize homes through 1".
daughter of Mr. and Mrs year's list of prizes to the more places. Entries may be Seniors can have their 3A- (flute solo), Cana Schmidt Major )lamp Spears, deputy !Neighborhood; Service Cen ,';
Mack Futch; Miss Ann Allen queen and contestants a very obtained from Chris Wilson at Cap and Gown pictures taken (flute solo), Kathy Gridcr inspector Northern legion} of ters. ,,' ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs impressive one. 9M-8210 or Jan Norton at 533- Thursday, March 10, and (bassoon solo), Lee (Felton the "'Ioridalighway/ Patrol I, 1
2000. and has been promoted chief of the
Mike Hicks (tuba solo), The is
re-alignment expected of
Z J \ Vicky flaxen Lisa Mitchell Field Operations Bureau to be the \ '
completed by
375-1297 c> \ -, 964-6061 Honda Griffis and Briar effective April 1 1. according to ix inning of the fiscal {,,
GAINESVILLE fr STARKE Patray (clarinet quartet). Colonel Eldndge: Beach ()ct. :31. but public hearings year. I
.: I Income Tax :Mike (Futch. Pattie Mullins, director of the Patrol. must be held in each county to J },,'
;' and Kathy Grider saxophone( Spears will succeed A KKeddick get community invohement sAfterthelocountiesarelnthe
)trio), Melanie Morris Phillis present chief of
Collier, and Debby Harper Field Operations Bureau district t they must decide how s
WAYNE KINNEYSINCE Service ,
Full '
Bookkeeping (clarinet trio), Lisa Mitchel. upon Roddick's retirement. many would make up the \;'
Ronda Griffis Karen Red Inspector Spears will be in
board of directors to 51,
command of : up ;
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CALL FOR APPOINTMENT Debby Harper, Aircraft selected with equal a
and
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Stephanie Green (majorette Investigations representationlonethird, .
964.6298 corp, Mike Wallace (tympani Communications sections from each) of the civic ':.
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Call Ui 'ar All Y..r Ilfihlul... E. fI alte 4If solo, Melanie Morris statewide for the FliP Spearswill and private organizations! and
also be ,
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Quality Service Stale' Licensed FHP government bodies in the Id
John Goolsby. Derk Schmidt, auxiliary activities .
Reasonable Prlres. 'Insured Bonded Tf and Trrri Mundorff (horn statewide. countiesMrs. ,
Spears assigned to FHP 1
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through 1968 as district county commissioners informed .
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, PagelA TELEGRAPH March 10',1977, ,. _. __ _ .. .
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Obituaries LAWTEYThe I
husband was the late Dyal both of Waycross, Ga. Butler and four grandchildren
O. J. Anders, 81 jamin James Bowden who' and Onie Bloom of Jackson- .
died in 1957.Survivors. member of Bethlehem ville; 32 grandchildren and 54 Funeral services were held School Media Center by Elizabeth Terry Wayne Massafterreturned
782-3300
Owen J. Anders 81, of include one Primitive Baptist Church. great grandchildren. Friday March 4. in the has book and poster displaysto Phone home
Lawtey died in Bradford Hos- daughter Mrs. Jessie Richieof Survivors include: his Funeral services were held Harmony Freewilf Baptist remind the students of some on his back in Veterans
pital Monday afternoon. Toms River, New Jersey; widow, Mrs. Betsy Gainey, Monday March 7, in Johns Church, with Rev. Norman of the special events happening Baptist: Sunday Hospital Gainesville.Mrs. .
Mr. Anders was born in two grandchildren and 4 Lake Butler; three daughters, town Baptist Church with Richmond and Rev. John In March. School Highland 10 a.m. Worship Services Joyce Futch of Black-
Hampton July 16, 1895 and great-grandchildren. Mrs. Clara Richards and Mrs. Rev. C.F. Durrance offi Grant officiating. Burial was In observance of National 11 a.m.; and 6 p.m.; shear, Ga. visited Mr. and
had lived in Lawtey since 1929. Funeral services will be Sarah Thomas, both of Lake ciating. Burial was in Sapp in Elzey Chapel Cemetery, Peanut Week, March 2-9, Mrs. Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Thurs
He was a retired section fore- held Thursday March 10, at 11 Butler and Mrs. Glenda Terryof Cemetery under the directionof under the direction of Archer Sinclair, Librarian, told the Prayer day afternoon.Mr. .
man for the Seaboard Railroad a.m. in the DeWitt C. Jones Culpepper, Virginia; one Archer Funeral Home of Funeral Home of Lake Butler.J. first grade students Walt 7:30: p.m.Laura Baptist: SundaySchool and Mrs. James
an army veteran of Chapel with the Rev. Jack G. step-daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Lake'Butler. Disney's story. The Mysteryof 10 a.m.; Worship Ser- Bowman were hosts for a
World War I, member of the Hand officiating. Burial will Waters of Dundee; one son, the Missing Peanut.A vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; birthday dinner Sunday
Lawtey Lodge 189, F&A.M., be on Crosby Lake Cemetery. Ira Gainey, Glen St. Mary; fifth grade English glass Prayer Meeting Wednesday honoring their daughter Mrs.
member of the Jones White two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth John Lang Azzie Williams has done library research 7:30: p.m. Vickie Crews. Refreshmentswere
Langford Post 56 American Davis and Mrs. Maude each morning for special Nortltslde Baptist: Sunday a special cake and soft
Legion of Starke, member of Thehmi B. Dyal Clemons, both of Lake Butler Funeral services for John J. classroom reports. School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser- drinks.
the Woodman of the World anda and 18 grandchildren. Lang, 73, of 1101 Pine Street, The library has recently acquired vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS Mrs. C.R. Crews spent two
member of the Lawtey First Mrs. Thelma Beadie Dyal Funeral services will be Starke, will be held Saturday, J. Azzie Williams, 82, Key- several new books and 5:45 p.m.; Prayer Meeting weeks In Jacksonville with her
Baptist Church. 64, died Sunday March 6, in held Thursday March 10 March 12, at 1 p.m. at the stone Heights died in the the students have been eager Wednesday 7 p.m. daughter, Mrs Tommy
Survivors include his Alachua General Hospital in (today) at 3 p.m. in Mt. Zion Church of God and Unity with Veterans Administration Hos- to check them out. Parents St. John's Missionary Clayton, and grandson, Tom,
widow.Alma Parrish Anders; Gainesville after a brief Primitive Baptist Church with Elder S.W. White officiating. pital in Gainesville Sunday should assist their children in Baptist: Sunday School 10 while her husband, Tommy
two sons, O.J. Anders Jr. of illness. Elder O.M. Yarborough and Burial will follow in Odd- night, March 6. being sure the books are a.m.; Worship Services 11 was in National Guard in
Palatka, and Billy Anders of Mrs. Dyal was born in Elder J.A. McCormick of- fellow Cemetery under Funeral services were held properly cared for and used a.m. and 3 p.m. on Second and South America.
Lawtey; two daughters, Mrs. Alachua County, and had livedin ficiating. Interment will direction of Chestnut & Haile Wednesday in the Community while they are at home with Fourth Sundays; Prayer Band Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville I
Pauline O'Toole of Los Bradford County most of follow in Mt. Zion Cemetery Funeral Home of Starke. Church in Keystone Heights the children. Monday at noon.Smyrna was a Sunday dinner guest of
Angeles, California and Mrs. her life. She was a member of under the direction of Archer Survivors Include the with the Rev. Thomas P. Pos- Lawtey -Little League will Missionary his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II
Virginia Jenkins of Callahan; the Graham Baptist Church. Funeral Home.Blossom. widow, Mrs. Willie Mae Lang, ton officiating. Burial was in have a meeting at the school Baptist: Sunday School 10 Arlie Dobbs.
18 grandchildren and 9 great- Survivors include one Starke; a daughter Mrs. the Evergreen Cemetery in Friday night at 7 p.m. a.m.; Worship Services 11 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin I
grandchildren.Funeral daughter Mrs. Alma Leta Daisy Lee Lang Davis Gainesville with Masonic LUNCH MENU a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Stephens of Jacksonville spent
services will be Sparks of Brooker; one son, Orlando; son, Sammy Lee March 14-18 Prayer Meeting Wed- Thursday afternoon with !Mr.
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held at 2:30: p.m. Thursday Bobby E. Dyal of Brooker; Lang, Morgan, Georgia; three rites.Mr.. Williams who was a nesday 7 p.m.Personals. and Mrs. Harold Eunice.
March 10 in the First Baptsit one sister, Mrs. Irene Hunterof GreenMrs. sisters: Mrs. Albertha Taylor resident of Santa Fe Lake, MONDAYSlOPPY |M on bun, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and
Church of Lawtey with the Graham; and four grand- and Mrs. Ida Mae Lang, bothof was born in Elzey, Florida Ircnch fries. buttered corn, banana Chris carried Mrs. Wayne
Rev. E.C. Harvey officiating. children and one great Blossom Green, 83, Elizabeth N.J., and Mrs. Sept. 1, 1894. He moved to the pudding TUESDAY-milk. Chlckan pot pla col. Mr. and Mrs. Clary Terry of Gustafson and her daughter
Burial will be in Long Branch grandchild.Funeral died Saturday March 5, in Madie Mae Baldwin of Keystone area 35 years ago slaw' ,biscuits' butt.r.poach crlso, milk. Newberry were guests of their Kris to her plane to the
Cemetery near Maxville, with services were held Bradford County Hospitalafter Dothan, Ala.Howard. from Gainesville.He WEDNESDAY Dry Deans with cousin, Miss Elizabeth Terry Philippines on Sunday a.m.
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Masonic rites at the grave- Tuesday. March 8, in Graham a brief illness. was a retired heatingand cornbroad ham .onlng.butter rice applesauce turnip, milk.grains on Monday morning. Mrs. Bill Woodard and
side. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Baptist Church with Rev. Mrs. Green was born in plumbing contractor wasa THURSDAY Turkey with drilling Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred children of Largo spent last
Home of Starke will be in James Starling officiating. Bradford County and lived Mann World War I veteran; was a and gravy maihed potatoes, green Moore during the week were: weekend with her mother,
charge of arrangements. Burial followed in Santa Fe most of her life in the Raiford member of the Keystone beans,, milk.cranberry uses rolls, butter their son, Fred Moore Jr.? of Mrs. C.R. Crews and attended
under the directionof Howard Mann, 65, died Shrine Club pears homecoming with her
Cemetery community. She was a Heights ; Morocco FRIDAYBologna cup macaroniand Hendersonville, N.C. who wasa
Archer-Tanner Funeral member of Johnstown Baptist Wednesday, March 2, In Brad- Temple, Jacksonville; was a cheese swiet peas, biscuit butter Sunday overnight guest; at Smyrna Baptist Church
Janet C. Bowden Home of Starke.Broward Church. ford County Hospital in Past Worshipful Master of the peaches, milk. David Moore came on Mon- Starke.Mr. .
Survivors include five Starke after a brief illness. Masonic Lodge 89; a Past Pat Church Activities day; Mrs. Will Edwards and and Mrs. Glen Shuford
Mrs.Janet C. Bowden 92, of daughters : Mrs. Beulah Mr. Mann was born In Bran- ron of O.E.S; and a member of daughter Mrs. Drew Reddishof were hosts for a birthday
Starke died in Bradford Thornton of Lake Butler Mrs. ford and had lived in the Lake the Keystone Heights Com- Church of God: Sunday Starke came on Tuesday; party honoring their mother,
County Hospital Saturday Gainey Trissie McAlister, Mrs. Addie Butler community for the last munity Church. School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser Paul Moore of Orange Park Mrs. Hester Hicks on Saturday -
evening. March 5 following a Rhoden, both of Raiford, Mrs. 63 years. He was part owner of Survivors include his vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; came Wednesday; their night. Their sister, Mrs.
long illness. Broward Gainey 71, died Edgyle Griffis of Starke and the Lake Butler Pharmacyuntil widow Irene T. Williams; one Prayer Meeting Wednesday pastor Ben Bryant of Starke William Wolfe and son, and
Mrs. Bowden was born in Tuesday, !March 8 in the Mrs. Charlotte Stubbs of he retired. Mr. Mann was daughter, Mrs. Edward A 7:30 p.m.; YPE Friday 7:30: First Baptist Church, Mr. and her son and daughter-in-law
Scotland, Oct. 26, 1884 and had Veterans Administration Hos- Abbyville, Ga.; two sons, financial secretary for the (Carrie Lou) Timmins of Keystone p.m. Mrs. J.B. Boyer of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wolfe of
lived in Starke since 1951. She pital in Lake City after an extended Ansel Green of Virginia and Woodman of the World in this Heights; two brothers Evergreen Baptist ; David Boyer of Ocala, and Cape Coral, came by and
was a charter member of the illness. lie was born in Louis Green of Atlanta Ga.; district for many years and a R.J. Williams of Gainesvilleand Sunday School 10 a.m.; Wore Mrs. Pearl Boyer of Fairfield brought her sister Mrs. Floyd
Senior Citizens Organizationand Bradford County living mostof one brother Hardy Byrd of member of the Harmony Lovick P. Williams of In- ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 came Thursday; Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Daytona Beach
a member of the First his life in the Lake Butler Palatka; three sisters Mrs. Freewill Baptist Church. verness; two sisters, Mrs. p.m.; T.U. 6 p.m.; Prayer Wesley Thomas and Jay of with them. Mr. and Mrs. ((1 J.
Presbyterian Church. Her community. He was a Barla Dyal and Mrs. Debbie Survivors include his D.B. Beasley and Mrs. Frank Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Live Oak Mrs. Gayle Todor, Andersand Mr. and Mrs. G P
widow, Mrs. Isabel Banks Coburn, both of Gainesville; Faith Baptist: Radio Brad and Scott and Paul Shuford were also guests.
Mann of Lake Butler; two three grandchildren and one Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on Moore of Orange Park, Mr. Friends of Donald Hodges
daughters Mrs. Malinda Holtof greatgrandchild.DeWitt Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.; and Mrs. Arthur McRae of brother of Henry Hodges of
Lake City and Mrs. Torena C. Jones Funeral Worship Services 11 a.m. and Starke and David Moore of Starke, egret to learn that he
Lizenbee of Starke ; one Home was in charge of 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting Wed- Jacksonville were their guestson is a patient in Bradford
brother, Hoyt Mann of Lake arrangements. 7:30 Hospital. Our
nesday : p.m. Sunday.Mrs. County prayersare
1IIIIillllillilllllili & 1111I1111I11111I1111111fJ Grace United Methodist: with him.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Joyce Futch of Black- James Anders of Palatka,
I" "1. ,
"1" lUI NI' l'' ro
Worship Services 11 a.m. and shear, Ga. was a Wednesday Mrs. Virginia Jankins of Milliard -
7 p.m.; Prayer Circle Wed- dinner guest of her sister, and Billy Anders of
family centershome nesday 9 a.m.; Good News Miss Elizabeth Terry. Jacksonville and their
Bradford Clerks Office
County Rap on Wednesday 7:30: p.m.; J.R. Devore spent Sunday at mother Sirs O.J. Anders,
United Methodist Women home with his family. He is spent Sunday with her
met at the church March 1st improving daily. Their son, husband in Bradford County
Will Be
Receiving Applications with 9 present with Mrs. Johnie of Atlanta Ga., was a Hospital.
Frances Hamilton presiding. weekend guest. While here he Mrs D.R. Brown and
Through March 25 DeVotional was given by Mrs. called on Miss Elizabeth Cynthia and her mother Mrs.
Terry Oglesby. After the busi- Terry Sunday afternoon.Mr. Lucille T. Ivcy were Friday
ness was discussed the and Mrs. Denny Griffisof dinner guests of her mother
For A Switchboard Operator meeting adjourned. The next Palatka spent Sunday afternoon Mrs. J.B. Taylor Sr. of
meeting will be held at the with their grand- Jacksonville. That afternoon
3/10 3M7 home of Mrs. Wilma Wain- mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson they stopped by to see :Mrs
wright March 15. and aunt Mrs. Daisy lvey's daughter :Mrs.
Boch. Wyolene Day and theybrought
her son home u ith
them for the night.
Cecil Whitehead of Kingsley .
Lake visited Mr.! and :Mrs
UI W' Vi Carl 1'revalt on Saturday
U.
I morning. Their grandson and\
NOTICEAll family !Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Harper and son. were their
i Sunday dinner guests.
Mrs. Mabel Hoyette of
runners
; Jacksonville is spending
sometime with her sun-in-lau
and Col. and Mrs
daughter
Get ready for baseball season with a William Wilson.
; new pair of shoes from T G. & Y All Mobile Home Owners Mrs. Pierce Crews was a
; purpose athletic shoes from Wednesday dinner guest (of
her sister !Mrs. Waldo
Brookfield. Above, #701 all turf shoe
with 22 cleats. Black PVC sole with Pringle of Worth!ngton
I' white collar Springs.

Effective Immediately There Will Be A Shuford Friends regret of to Mrs.t31'learn: that,\'

5.99IZ she is a surgical patient: in
I YOUTH AND JUVENILE SIZES Baptist Hospital. Jack

County Survey Of All Mobile Homes To Deter- her.sonville.Mrs. Darlene Our prayers:Norman: i are with and

sons Mr. and Mrs. Frederick

mine If They Have A Valid License Tag. Albert dinner Prescott guests Norman and of Mr.were their and brother Sunday:Mrs.

and sister-in-law Mr. .and
Mrs. Leonard Norman- and

Fla. Law Requires That All Mobile Homes and Mr.Mr sons.and and!Mrs.Mrs.Carl Barry:Norman Walts

spent Thursday with their
mother. !Mrs. Bessie Watts, at

Have A Valid License Tag Displayed. Geriatric Augustine.Mrs. .:Nursing: Home. St

Wilma Wainwright attended -

& \ Failure To Comply With The Law Shall ResultIn which High School a her Fashion granddaughter.Miss Jacksonville Show at Lee, in.

Lisa Durb ri, >vas :Mistress -

A Fine Or Incarceration In The County was Sweetheart.also of Ceremonies voted Junior and Class she ,

I Mrs. Pierce Crews and her
niece, Mrs. W.F Atwood.
Jail Or Both. were business visitors in
Orange Park on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyetteand
family, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Durban and family.

.. We Mr.family and of!Mrs.Lake Fay Butler Durban, and and

4P//) Strongly Urge That If You Do Not Williams Mr. and and Mrs. family Raymond of

Jacksonville gathered at a

#754 all turf shoe. 22 cleats family reunion on Sunday at

black with 3 white stripes. / Have A Valid Go the Frank home Williams of Mr.of and Hampton.Mr. Mrs..
Foam cushion collar Tag Immediately To and Mrs. Mervm:
cushion sock collar and Walters of Feasterville, Pa.,
arch support. returned from a visit with
their brother and sisterinlaw -
.. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
6.99 Walters of Holiday, Fla.. and

ADULT SIZES The Tax Collector's Office And were Mr.Friday and Mrs.overnight Barry Watts guestsof

and returned home on Satur-
day morning.Ralph .
,--- Secrest and son
'
T G" ..0"510 Mue..OISHOIIC' W. win, B.\\ Steven, of California grandson -

+,nenma': Ian. ',,: t.? ;.. : ': 'n" 'I'::: I Nappy Tt" ::;; Secure One Before You Are Penalized. of Mrs. Rossie Reddish
.,., I .. spent Tuesday to Friday with
a./M1
LMI IM lIr'.W 'r AntN t IAA/ru/' N M..ry
ltAr .. .... her. Her
II1I bwlrw/w, n nl d/ 111a An Nd 1111 III 11111 I grandson who is a
nit ,. : wnPUlanlAnd'' ,., pilot in
: : ,. :. h. er.wn I .. the Army and Is
M. .nr5Iunh
l rr.. ........ ear hub.. ._ .
'.."..". .. .. ".,."" ,' \ .S retiring after 22 years is
... .. ".' ....., II" '.. :'
--- looking for a place
locate.
to
H 1d.10 NI tAll 1'" "f AYY .I1 aNrrMnl .
He came to see his
grandmother
I Bradford Co. Board Of -
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same 'time.
Friday they went to see his'

f : aiI1i:( ( ( (]; tt: ELG.LL( County Commissioners and mother., his Mrs.sister Willa Mrs Lightfoot.Helen

I I Roberts and family of Fort
Starke Fla. Snapping, Center 301 S. Lauderdale. From there they ,
plan to go back to California.
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Home Missions Goal
Music. Bill McRae, son of Mr. World t
and Mrs. Bill McRae of Day :
Is ;
$1,050 Y Starke, is choral director of I

For First BaptistFirst Bradford Middle School and Of Prayer ::
t
Bradford High School, an alsoa
Baptist Church is 1J A .r recent graduate of UF with a World Day of Prayer was I

observing an annual emphasis 1 r i major in music. celebrated at the First United \
ST. EDWARD'S PINE: GROVEMETHODIST FIRST PRESBYTERIAN on Home Missions the week of The 24 members of the UF Methodist Church, March 4,
CATHOLIC CIIUHCII CHURCH CHURCH March 6-13 In a week of prayer r i tJ Chamber Singers are experienced with six churches partici- I

Rev. Ben. L.Coleman Dr.Jack land, minister for mission causes and choral musicians from pating in the program. 1977 :
Rev. Patrick Foley, pastor. Sunday, Sunday school, 9:30: missionaries who serve in all areas of the University marks the 90th birthday of this (.
Masses: Monday 6:30: p.m., Sunday School 9:45: a.m., a.m.; morning worship, 11 various areas throughout the community, and specialize in event.
Tuesday 8:30: a.m., Wednes- Morning Worship 11 a.m. United States.Thegoalsetby. the study and performance of Approximately 65 women .

day 6:30: p.m., Thursday 8:30: Evening Services 7:30: p.m, m.Thursday, choir practice, the church Is early and contemporaryworks and men enjoyed the service ,,
a.m., Saturday 7 p.m., Sunday Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 730; pm.FIRST. $1,050 to go toward the Nation for the Chamber Ensemble "Love in Action" prepared by
11 a.m. 7:30: p.m. goal of $11,250,000. Willis Bodine women of German ,
Confessions: Saturday 6:30: An offering is taken at this The University of Florida Chamber Singers, pictured here In director of the group is Democratic Republic. Local :
p.m. or on request. WashIngton D.C. during their 1976 Bicentennial Tour, will university and .
FIRST UNITED; ASSEMBLY time to help advance and organist women planning the program J '
Stations of the Cross, Friday entertain March 16 at the First Baptist Church of Starke. carilloneur, and professor of
METIIODIST'IIURCIISUNDAI't; GOD support the "Home Missions" were Mrs. A.J. Eaves, III,
p.m.Religious. : 9:45: Church "the happy church" work. The Women's music. A FullbrIght scholar president United ChurchWomen )
Education School; 11 a.m. Morning Hwy.16atWeldonSt. Missionary organization met Hardy, McRae Entertain with extensive performing experience ; Mrs. J.W. Griffin td
Classes: Grades 1 through 6, Worship with nursery provided Starke Tuesday for their monthly in Europe, Bodine is treasurer; Mrs. Il.T. Godwin,
Sunday 9:30: a.m.; Grades 7 I; SUNDAY SERVICES: missions program which high With UF Chamber the chairman of the Church Mrs. John Samons, Mrs. ,
through 12, Wednesday 7 Sunday School-10 a.m. lighted the Home Missions SingersThe Music faculty, harpsichoridistof Gerald Griffis, and Mrs. R.E.'I;
p.m.; Adults, Sunday 7:30: CALVARY BAPTIST Morning Worship 11 Week of Prayer. the Florida Baroque En- Cross. ;J
pm CHURCH a.m. The program on Missions in University of Florida present a concert program semble, and an active organ Special music was providedby .1
Jim Black Pastor Eve Worship 7pm.WEDNESDAY the Northwest was precededby Chamber Singers, under the next Wednesday, March 16, at recitalist.An the Something Good .
MARK'S! EPISCOPAL : a covered dish luncheon. direction of Willis Bodine, will 7:30: p.m. in the First Baptist 11-day spring tour of the Singers under the direction of
CIIUKCII SUNDAY: Sunday School, Youth meeting 7 p.m. Church, Clark and Jefferson Chamber Singers will carry Mrs. John Schmidt. Members ; ,
Rev, John IU. Flynn 9: 45 a.m.; Morning Worship Bible Study 7 p.m. Streets, Starke them to North Carolina of the group include Todd, t
11 a.m.; Evening\ Worship, 7 Pastor Robert Harden Speakers Two members of the choral Georgia, Tennessee and Dirk and Cana Schmidt Patty 1 ,
SUNDAY :March 13: Holy p.mGRACE. Welcome one and aliiFIRSTCIIRISTIAN! TourneyAt group are Starke natives. Texas. Their 1976 Bicentennial Mullins, Vickie Carver, Lynn :
Eucharist, 8:30: a.m. ; Church Don Hardy, son of Mr. and tour of the Eastern Loper and Stacey Denmark. I
School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Grace Mrs. Charles Hardy of Starke, U.S. included appearances in The organist was Mrs. George 'I 1
Prayer, Ham. BAPTIST CHURCH BaptistThe is now minister of music at Philadelphia, Washington, Canova and the pianist was 1
TUESUAVIarch: 15: Highway IUOA South Westside Baptist Church in Williamsburg, and three Mrs. Drew Reddish. 1
Women of the Church Jerry I). Milton CHURCH In New York I'
concerts the
Day City. Following program a '
and
Pastor New River Baptist and Sarah Faulk. These young Gainesville a recent
Meeting, 10 a.m. Jim Love Minister
covered dish luncheon was en-
Association held people are from Grace Baptist graduate of the UF School of '
the
4-Si56!t ( annual
WEDNESDAY. March 16: Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45: Tournament and Church. joyed in Fellowship Hall. I'I:
Covered-Dish Supper, 6:30: a.m.; morning service, 10:45: Speakers I ,
pm.; Evening Prayer, 7:15: ; .SUNDAY: : Bible School, 10 a.m.; youth group 6 p.m.; Bible Drill last Sunday afternoon Younger in children par 111' ( ;)'c.L : fwi.t '
Lenten Program 7:30: p.m.; a.m.; Morning Worship 11 evening worship,7 p.m.; choir at Grace Baptist ticipated the Children'sBible fc i r m an n n i
Junior Choir Practice, 7:30 a.m.; Children's Choir Practice practice; 8pmWednesday Church, Starke. Drill. These included The word "imlary"! come from "....It rulions." The Romans CURB GardensLow ?o
p.m. 5:45: p.m. ; Training night: Bible The Speaker's Tournamentis Beth Francis, Tommy Crosby, paved workers, In rations of mill and oilier staple! Hems
Union, 6:30: p.m., Evening for the older young people. Karen Elixson, Karen Kimbril
AIR PARK KXPTIST Worship, 7:30: p.m.W"U'Ii"SUV study 8pm.GRAHAM Participating in this was Del and Edward Kimbnl. These Dewight Stater's income persons in the I

{'Ill':It C 11 ; : : : Sunday Griffis from Grace Baptist represented the First Baptist area who wish to plant spring i..,
Rev. n.u. Brooks School Workers Meeting, 7 BAPTIST Church. Church, Starke. gardens may be able to obtain
Orange Street a.m.; Bible Study and Prayer, Rev.James Starling Those participating in the The next event will be the Food & Scat seeds free from their local '}i
7:30: p.m. ; Adult Choir Youth Bible Drill for the regional competition which is Neighborhood Service Center" J

Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Practice, 8:15: p.m. SUNDAY: Sunday School, younger young people were scheduled March 22 at Open u.s. 301 S. though its Community Food
Service 11 Kevin Griffis Lee Ann Green Hickory Grove Baptist, Green 7 A.M. and Nutrition
a.m. Evening, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 12 P.M. & Walnut St Program,
"A Church Where Cove Springs. CUBB Economic
Worship 7pmWednesday a.m.; Training Union. 6 p.m.; Agency
Prayer Servic Everybody is Somebody" Evening Worship, 7 BLUE RIBBON OLD MILWAUKEE announced this week.
p.m. .. .. .. ..
7pm.S3IYItN,11iU'TISTCIILRCII. WEDNESDAY: : Mid-Week Low income residents who I
Prayer Service, 7:30: BEER BEER wish to find out if they qualifyfor
: : '1\DISON\ : STREET BAPTIST p.m. CARD OF THANKS this assistance should con- .
Elder T.C.'i II la CARDOF THANKS:; 6 Pk.
ms tact their local Neighborhood
Rev.liarles at.99t 88
warti 2
Our recent sad loss leavesus
Plus Tax 8 DepBORDEN'S Service Center as soon as
"On the search for a with grateful hearts toward Sincere thanks to Father The
possible. Neighborhood
.TIIL'usn.Prayer: Ser- Gospel FellowshipThe Foley, Dr. Sundusadee, the
friendly church?" neighbors and friends. Their BOONE'S FARM Service Center in Bradford
vice, 7 p.m. comforting expressions of hospital staff, friends, and
Service public is invited to at- WINE MILK County is located at the old
Welcome to nuu.Prayer 7 sympathy and thoughfulnesswill neighbors for being so Apple StrawberryWild
Smyrna RJE Building on North Pine ,
tend the monthly dinner
mSUNDAY to during
p thoughtful me
Sunday School 11)) of Starke always be remembered. my Mountain $ 19 Street in Starke, telephone I
a m : : Sunday School, meeting the Chapterof Members of the Blume hospitalization. 1 Gal J49 .
Worship Service, 11 a in., 9.5: a.m.; Morning Worship, Full Gospel Eusiness Men's Family George F. McKowen Country Kwencher 5th 964 5R89. !
HT.S, 5.3: p.m., Evening; 11 a.m.; Children's Worship, Fellowship International
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Worship 7 p in. 11 a.m.; Church Training 6:15: Friday March 11. at 7 p.m. at
.\11isitors are warmly p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: the Garden Restaurant in
welcomed We preach the p.m.; Special Guest: The Rev. Starke.
death. burial. and Armando Silvero. David Waimer, Jr., a Chris LOAD SALE I
i resurrection of the Lord Jesus W"U'IiESU.Family: tian Jew civil engineer from TRUCK

hnst Come join us on the Night Supper, 6:30: p.m.; MidWeek Jacksonville Beach, will be
I nrcl's [Dav.CtItDUF'TILINKS. Service 7:30: p.m. ; the guest speaker.
Youth Choir Practice, 7:30: Reservations are necessaryfor
e p.m.; Adult Choir Practice, the dinner and can be
8:30: made by calling the MorningSun Whirlpool GE GEDISHWASHER j
Health Food Store in
i.OIJi: \\l0\l: !
Starke at 964-8976 the Lake SALE
or WASHER DRYER
The kindness I l\l'llil: 1 I I
and sympathy Dwellers in Keystone Heightsat
of neighbors and Sunday Services: Sunday
friends in 4733752. After business
our Both For T.V.SALETOU1.j
School 10 a.m., Morning f
recent sorrow
will
always hours call Ed Longnecker at
remain .
and Services for the 350.0
with us as a precious Worship 473.2702 or Don Wilson, 468- ..
memory. Our sincere Deaf 11 m.TTraining: Union;, Deadline for 'WfT .... .
thanks
2062. reserva-
and gratitude for all ff*l It) p.in., Evening: Worship A NEYwTYr 1.
comforting those 7:111::: p m.IVedue4day. tions is! noon March 11. ;1- "
acts.
Family of No reservations are required ., ,,
..James Services: MidWeek OR MAJOR
F
(Shep) Tomlinson. Prayer Service and for the singing, t tLDA3o0o w 01 ,. .::;
Gertrude& Darvin Vaughnand '
Bible Study 7 31):I ) p.m.. Choir speaking and ministry portion APPLIANCE t r
Family Practice. 8:13: p.m. ol the meeting which is sche- i '9"dlgOMI/ 1

duled to begin at 8 p.m. LDE3000 .loop COLOR SOLID STArE CHECK OUR r Don't Miss ,


DRYER LOW PRICES This B ur
News
Community 'r 9 8800 FIRST

WAs $21800 Big Savings On All Model COS250

Now Only
Girl Scout :NewsGirl :Mt.ion A.:JLE. Church, munity Prayer Meeting 7:30. B&W-Color
Rev Richard Bethel, pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m.,
( Scout Junior Troop 6B4 Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11 a.m., Free Delivery $18800
is grateful to :Mr K.L Matthews Morning Worship 11 a.m. and Evening Worship 4 p.m.
for giving them a tour Lovcfeast Service 4. p m. New Bethel Baptist
Tuesday. Feb. 22, of the Old Communion service. Church Rev. L.R. Davis, 1
Courthouse and the Bradford First Born Church of The pastor. Saturday the Deacons Free \Vhirlpoo
('ounly Telegraph Each girl Living/ find, Elder; S.V will meet 2 p.m. with the ALL GE e .
%
scout was informed about the Cohens pastor. Tuesday night pastor. Sunday School 9:30: ot Big 11'MICROWAVE :
hIstory. of Bradford County Prayer Services. Friday night Morning Worship l 11 l a.m., the I.
They were impressed and Tarrying Services. Sunday ladies of the church will sell OVENS ers

informed to see the process of School 10:30: a m, :Morning dinners. Evening Worship FROST FREE REF.
pjiper printing. Worship II::30. YPCW 6pm. 4:30.: NOW ON SALE NEED A NEW GAS RANGE

The citizens of Bradford Evening Worship 7:43.: You .Ebenezer Baptist Church, _
(County are invited t to( join the are welcome. Rev. L.R. Davis pastor. SME SAYE CHECK OUR LOW PRICE I t'"R
Night: Life that Pays" Pleasant drove and :Mt.Moriah Tuesday night Bible Class 12., + '

through the Adult Basic : l'nlt..11ll"thndl'lt: 7:30: Thursday 7:30: 8:30: TIME' MONEY I ,. Si.: W'o 'oR. ..
Education; Program. The Church Parish Rev. Willie Prayer Meeting. Sunday :- \ cI .
program is designed to give Stitt pastor. Service activities School 10 a.m. All membersare f I '!t' ,!<' FREE
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continuous education to those : Pleasant! Grove: Every asked to attend all acti ..;,, ..; : 3 Only ? -- .
who have. not had the first and second Monday night vities. rr I SET OF
opportunity __L
Com In And Aik For A Fret Demo.
to attend school or Young Adult Choir rehearsal Antioch Missionary Baptist u l To Sell BAKE PANS
receive high school diplomas. Tuesday Young Junior Choir (Church Rev. Dennis Strong, 'I" ;' } ,
There is no age limit or skill rehearsal. Wednesday night pastor Thursday 7:30: Choir t J EDTI71SK ?, ... WITH ANT
limit. The program offers Prayer :Meeting 7:10.:: Thursday rehearsal No. I and 2. Sunday I -
reading writing !spelling night Bible Study School 10 a.m., Morning 1 NEW RANGE
arithmetic at all levels This Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship II a.m., Evening Yes We Have Terms,
program is designed i for the Morning Worship I llam.I The Worship 7 p.m. Visitors are Add An Icemaker Any Time ."
people of Bradford County in United :Methodist Women will always welcome. Take Up To 24 Mo.Or Free
present a program The Greater Allen Price's Start At
order.for them to help themselves Chapel
For further Informa- women of :Mt Moriah will be &ME.! : {''hurchtev.\ R.G. 3O-6O-9O Days Now

tion cln"l'rningdult Education : present At :3 p.m. the lleastie, pastor. Tuesday Cash 338 Balloons $ 00
Same As
call the Bradford Union Stewardess Hoard will hold its night Prayer Meeting and Only W/T 168
Vn-Trc Center at !'KM 6150. or anniversary Miss A.B. Anderson Class Meeting. Lovefeast
Shian Anderson at \'NH7I5B';. will be the speaker. Friday night before the first ,
:Mt. Moriah: Prayer Sunday 7:30.: Sunday School 10
:\Iothl'n'larch: :Meeting Tuesday night 7:30: a.m., Morning Worship IIa
Wednesday night Tiny Tots .m., the Young Adult Choir
:\Iotht'rs'Iarch: on Birth rehearsal Sunday School at will sing. Big30"GE FREEZER SALEDon't
Defects is in progress All 9:11I:: ) will terminate services The women of Greater Allen mirlpool
citizens are invited to for the day.irl'ater, 'hapel Church are making ELECTRIC RANGE S
cooperate with this activity A ( Bethlehem plans for the Women's Day
volunteer wlrkl'r111 call on Freewill Baptist Church. Rev. activity to terminate April 24.
>ou The help of everyone is Jasper Williams, pastor. All members are asked to Miss pi
needed Please help fight birth Service schedule: Monday please cooperate with all activities -
defects night the Tiny Tots and for success. ThisFantastic
The Girl Scouts will deliver Ushers Hoard No. two met. Clod's Miracle & 1 ? 9 .

cookies! to their customers this Tuesday night Prayer Deliverance Outreach For All EASY"Q) (t.\ :::
w'k.oacb; Girl Scout is :Meeting. Wednesday night People Church of God & ILL Sale
grateful for the cooperation in Choir rehearsal for the Senior Holiness, Inc., Elder CLEAN ; -__ W I
giving orders Choir. Thursday night Story Singleton pastor. Sunday \\i-: __ COLORS I, I
\Hour at the Church. Friday School 10 a.m., Morning OVEN l.tJ\; ," The PriceIs B' 4. fj
Choir rehearsal : 4: I
.\.\n'Il'l'tlnl: ( night Junior Worship II a.m. Evening ;
Saturday the I Can Circle will Worship 7:30.: Monday night I r ,
Bradford County BranchNAACP sell dinners from the kitchen. 7:30: Prayer Band Meeting. I Right I-i.:_r.

:; will hold its regular Sunday School 9:30: ; :Morning Thursday night Prayer 'S Si: :::: _
monthly meeting :Monday Worship I II l a.m.. Dinner 12:30.: Meeting. Night Bible Study 4 Only

night.:New \Hope:March Baptist 21. at Church.8 p m All at the Evening; Women Worship Home 6 Mission p,m. with in 7:30.: Sunday IIYPU 5:30.: The Time Is Now All Size's And Colors

members and interested charge. of God In NortJust* $ 8$00
Church
citizens are invited to attend The ;: Now in Stock
Christ. Rev. D R. Williams, a- T
Church News pastor Revival Preaching is \ ,. ,
being conducted every night .'
March 6 13 by evangelist .*\,
Free Canaan True ChurchIn
of Philadelphia Pa. SAWYER SLADE
Sullivan .
Elder
Laity, Sampson is invited to attend. <. I
White Service schedule The public I .
,
pastor. [RI; ,
:Macedonia Freewill ;' &(r.r'c'ariaSInDS
as follows: Tuesday night Church. Rev. J.N. U.E 50,4eP a qhl
Prayer Meeting 7.3O.: Wednesday Baptist pt4STp. C-rf'f: ... APPLIANCE CENTER
night Tarrying service Butler pastor. Tuesday night .""i M bUlttiEI-tNR14al'
7:30. night Bible Choir No 2 rehearses Wednesday ,00;:. w41ee" rirrjiI u4O
Friday
night each week Cc4CIa/G.: IT ,l- rrtel40BrniG. '
Study. Sunday School 10 a.m., Meeting and Bible USfP'IC HTl'ID THt
I It Prayer 'U4rilt.l.ar'r! "f 332 W.
Morning,: Worship a.m. i"W4/g,
Thursday night Com- Ii
Evening, Worship 7'30: Study. Iwo too-:;,w'.y"PC- -: -:.c

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Temporary Rules Adopted Hampton Okays City Ball Field For Little League ActivitiesA -


I group of teenagers $270 per month, the same accept stray dogs for a $15 fee department to try regular gas
Monday By I School Board headed by Barry Moore, was. figure that had been paid Byrdin each keep them a week, and in the police car to see it it --."
given permission by the the past. A lower bid of $248 then exterminate them if not would operate properly, instead -= ....
J Hampton City Council Tues- was received from a Mr. claimed during that period. of paying five' cents ,,,e,,.,,,_ -
Temporary rules and met under provisions of state In other business Wolbert day night to use the city- Barnes, but the council votedto "That might be the best more per gallon for high test.
conditions of employment for law. Casey said the agendawas advised the Bradford-Union owned ball park for Little award the contract to Byrd solution," Vice Chairman In 1879 a new baseball rule
teachers! for prepared and availablefor Association for Retarded League activities. because he was "a local man, Taylor said. THE ARMY RESERVE. allowed a batter to reach first
"necessary an .
IT IWS TO GO TO after receiving nine bells.e
and it is easy to contact him MEETINGS. bate
orderly closing of school" the specified l length of Citizens to seek an agreementfrom "We're all for you," said when In other action the council: =
necessary. :!
their insurance
time. carrier ---
were approved Monday night Vice Chairman Eugene
by the Bradford County School On motion Vernon to release the school board problem -Decided to protest the
a by Taylor, who presided at the The dog was discussed -
l card in from before the board electric bill for the firehouse six
a special public Parmenter and a second by liability meeting in the absence of but no action taken on .f4
hearing.Superintendent. Parrish the board would consider leasing an old because "$50 a month is too
approvedtabling Chairman Ted Curtis "if building a pound. It was decided "
Tom Casey them until later in the school bus to them. you've got someone to super to investigate an offer much tor burning one light tiv I
said I lie rules would insure an month. Architect Craig Salley vise the program. Moore said from a local veterinarian to -Instructed the police -
orderly conclusion to a good Items tabled were: budget reported the construction of "Mr. Curtis has agreed to .
school year, so everyone admendments personnel the two buildings at the high coach us," and CouncilmanHank .
knows where stand.' The Lot also volunteered to
they school were on schedule and
action CETA for
on positions
temporary .lules would he in Paul Williams and Charles should be completed by April help manage the program.At Opening-
flfcct until June :30 and are in 26. The board postponed action -
Jenkins, consideration of site
lieu of 3 contract between the the request of Arthur
on replacing broken side-
school board and the teachersfor improvement School at Brooker, and walks at the high school until Bruno, the Council agreed to March 10thJaJ0U Liquid Chicken
the 1976.77 school Elementary open one block of Plum Street
year. the contractor constructs new
for the Brad
improvements I between Division and Florida
walks under his contract to
An audience of about 30 ford-Union Area Technical Streets), but delayed action on
replace those broken during
listened while Center another Bruno request for the ( FertilizerDelivered
questions were construction. Cost was (] 01IJJ( (
to install a culvert in this
raised as to I the necessity of Casey returned at the end of estimated at $2,000 to include city
deleting parts of the proposed the meeting to the Vo. Tech some pipes and almost 500 feet location Councilman Lott & Spread For You$1000rtan
said he would have to inspect
teacher contract from rules. item asking that it be taken of sidewalk.The .
Deleted! was the grievance olf the table Mrs. Spengler the site before making a de- "Starka's' Own Bakery"
procedure which Eddie board for cision on this matter, and a
made I the motion, but was told gave approval 468-1985
Douglas! negotiator for the by Wolbert that either Par- the purchase of an oboe above majority of the council
board, explained was not mentor or Parrish would have the low bid price because the agreed.A 138 East Call St.
needed b> the administration to lake it off the table since low bid was not up to contract for garbage and 6 Tons To The Truck
since 10'contract had been they) made the original specifications. Cost would be trash pickup service was 964-5899
signed! Grievances brought motion $650. awarded to Jasper Byrd at W.A. Prevatt Hampton, Fla. Tf,
by teachers would go first to II
the school principal then to
the superintendent school board( if and it became then to ':: mmmmmrmtt1 1i1J 1 1 @mmmmmmmmmm1m; mmmmmm m m m m tmm mm1 i ti1 1i1 1i1m1 1 1 1t1 1 1i1mnm m 1 1 i1 1i 1i1 1 1I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1m111j1jI111tmmmmmfI1tl


necessary PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S FOR QUALITY ",

deletions Other points about raised non-teaching were PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AT LOW, LOW PRICES!

duties, money lor class room '
materials. I teachers ..:*::xxxxttSW:::::::::::::::: :::;;:;:; ;:; ::::::;::;:: ;11; im i 1 :r1t1i 1i11 1 1 i111 ii11i1:1i:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:::::::::: :i:1i:;::::::1r:1ii:::::::1:1i:::;:::1:1i:1::::::1ii:1:1i:1i:1:1: :::::::::::1:1:1:1:1:1::::::::1i:1::;:::m 1mm1i; 1i;1m1; 11 11:11: 1111m; m1rr11:: f: f
remaining! i n the room when
+special teachers are ins Y
-true-ling I the class, leaving C.
t these to the discretion I of the

idministrutors. EXTRA STRENGTHEFFERDENT JOHNSON'S VICKS ECKERD ONE-A-DAY
After :m minutes discussion
chairman Arthur Gaskins COSMETIC *
called for a vole, asking BABY
several I times if anyone else DAYCARE VITAMINS
wanted to speak saying he did
not \\anllo be accused of not DENTURE CLEANSER Two SHAMPOO PUFFS
PLUS IRON
allowing anyone the tloort DAYTIME
;aH'\! recommended the STRONGER SOFT ANDABSORBENT t
package: be uccl'pled.Irs: AGAINST Jj 7 OZ. PLASTIC IhJ -.OLDS FOR EXTRA IRON
_
1'al Spengler made that STAINS. BOTTLE GENTLE MEDICINE I5Ti TEENS AND WOMEN
motion which was seconded f ENOUGH TO USE 1'r1.J NEED'' (LIMIT ONE)
:by J T Parrish. The vote was4I 60 TABS 1 EVERYDAY 1 300 CT
'I w ilh Gaskins saying he had LIMIT' ONE IIMITOONE ( LIMIT TWO BOTTLE
wanted a deletion about 1

:;planning timeIn extra strength hdn : ONE A DAY 709

other action Gaskins c DayCare '
efferdent 9
asked 1 that several items on 7 9 99 r
'lh<- anemia!: he tabled until the .; .Oairruiia CUAMIIII .T

regular lie aid meeting the superintendent February 21 !i

.had not allowed enough time
lor the board members to
: study the items. Jesse Wolbert
.told Ill,- board the -W hour
items had been .':':':'. .
notice of the .4f7'r,7:4i.7777 ...... ..
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:...;..::.;. JUICE INSECONDS :::;.::;. .. -. _. >'; ,WEIGHTS LIGHT IN ',<:;'::;': i' ... --....,, _. .' ,, ,.-"""a"' ::.:;..;.:.: ---- 41' itt ,; >4
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.::; \7"' ELECTRICITY t: OPERATION. .:::1 \: 'w .4 y :,:. i----, ".' !
ClinicHoard: ;:::;,: DOES THE .;::: -4 x DECORATIVE ,:;:,' 1 V :w..',' :;:;:: ----- -.
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i; Itt'\ George I, Harper was !illil I j WORK :.ili.!. ''1 STYLING.TOPCOUNTERS FORTABLE .iilii... CLEAR SHARP :.ili!: I J $'

:::: OR :: a r 37O
clei-twl t 1 president of the' ltradl ::: :: I COLOR PRINTS ':: $;?
I l lord! t'nion Guidance; Clinic '..:.i:::: ;.:. FLOOR ::I. OR SHOES ..::;: TEXAS INSTRUMENT '
::::: ::: ::::: ::::. NOVUS FAIRCHILD! ?

;, laid Hoard iimnllilv, ,II of n!+the meeting I Directors I'mon! the at Count board.the} :i11111 PROCTOR SILEX ':!! GALAXY 12 IN. :['1j1>: KODAK X-15F :i11:: ALL WEB dyALUMINUMJUICER


i:; i mirthouMe lii'.rlievening.: !in Lake/!. Butler on ::11111! !!I! FLOOR FAN .III!!: CAMERA OUTFIT ;!III! CALCULATORS LAWN FURNITURE rf

:; M.irper' is the minister cil the :;; .;;: :: ':; CHAIR CHAISE
:;: :; ::;: ;:; '
Knsi I nited Methodist: INCLUDES CAMERA /o OFF '

;: (in/fhtirih inStarke. .. and has: been for 'im...... REG. 1088..}.. 3 SPEED 2288 'I......i FIIP-FLASH. COLOR 1788 .1..... 20
!the hoard nl directors REG REG.
: A.'M'ralears j M $13 99 J:' MODEL 21 53 }1j; FILM. i1. REG PRICE 7.991|688 1488 1288

**-i thcr> .olticei-s selected\ inVHnU1 .;::::: :::: REG. 26.99 ;;:::; REG. 18.99 ':::;' '"7
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Worthmgtim SpringsM.nor ;1111!! iI!! 1i!!!! IIII!
\ Garnet( ..J.IHl'IBlolld\I. :I Dukes) vice"aVi'uliMit : : : MODEL BM1123 ) ?J, %'rs

/"worth.)"hll Shaw Starke.: Lake.M'I'I'lilrund I Butler\ vice :i i:![ FILE BOXESiiI1 I iiI1!: ::11111 ,1 MEN'STEE 11: h !


-Ijninr.'' ;I'hc .ol treasurer.furrsare selected for )I i1j WITH HANDLE AND ii::[: \s\, ;[!11: eL? POCKET SHIRT 1iI1: : Y2

'me \fiirll.irper ::::::.: LOCK AND KEYREGULAR ::;:;: umot :::::' with ;:;:;' REG "r
I I succeeds\" I noon :;::: : [
i mint} Clerk\ c III>l the (Court. -- OR ::1 MENS.WOMENS, CHILDS :::r 100% COTTON mr BOMAN 8-TRACK DELUXE 27 88

Knhert .\ I triggers aspri'iilenl CHECK SIZE .:.;:;: :.;.:;. ASSORTED RICH :.:.:
,, .- :$:? ::: COLORS ::: TAPE PLAYER AND

,Bill,In Lennon.1 /treasurer's:/" reported report that Di thtI'linic = 151.1499; 8, 288) 1::[::1:: ZORRIESSANDALS ::1:1#:[: # SIZES MEDIUM: SMALL LARGE [i :: AM/FM RADIO IGLOO 48 QT.

has collected morejnoney .
during this fiscalear 4, .S_. REG 399 J: .I: AND X-LARGE 1: SLIDEBARAMfM._
.",ha/1/ it did a year ago ''1,f ::::: ::11: :t SELECTOR CHANNELJUMBO PUSHBUTTON 88 ${
(.'t1lh'l'lInl1. tot.il, H.157;! \ as: ;:: ;:: ::;
SIZE :: ];:; J ::: SELECTOR .
conipared: to upproximatel: } ) .:::.:; :;.::.::. 6 6 ::.::.:;. REG 19995BOMAN Tough ASS plastic. T2
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\ cmt.lime .Id. Lennon :.: 4 a 1 1911, 8 8 :.:::: COLORS 3 .::::: \ REG. 1 ;:'::: .Guaan'.edodo, 'free 21 8 8
aid :::: !!tj 3 :::: ::::: 199 :::::: enyro clean
:Tin' .. ... :;::: ;;:::: t:: SK69CX20 r 995 9f .. Make* etira *eat -
directors
; > \I'd t t the REG 549
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promotion
Xldfrm.in I \I\'nl.lllll'31lh: : 1 ,,_,__, ,, ______________
Technician' : : I III to t the position "", M& .
ol Counselor I in Bradlord tj't"
"County This promotion IS

;';SH.4HJ4 ellc-clivc HIM I :>alar\April' an on the I increase with new .in|ob an of of l De SPRING VITAMIN SALE!! ( Dei It

$; .4024\ ;! t:1M1'.J: ll
.:' The directors, .ilso ,lpprtl'I'f11 '
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,;>:' increase fur secretaries mmr DePREE n DePREE l'l)
'I 11 DePREE ,
J:Reds Jean Hrown and ] wheataVIMS Il k DePREE : :
;:AlirghaS!> .. :Settlestoanhnurly tfJ. :>> WHEATAVIMSf=lJ.l VITAMIN E ; frut.pa FRUT-PAK C VITAMIN E t1t
:Sate; ol '$:.> IB; an hour tmW: : I ; | SKIN OIL 150 100's Chewable Vitamin, C. :\t
318 699 100' :
::t Onggers rl'\ ,'alt'l\\ that the :.;:.;:.::.::.::. \1 S3 Reg 98 $Reg e 95 \r1' _.s s 395 | 1'. rn..w.. 250 MQ. ./ 89 500MQ.I 298 200 I I.U. 269 100s 400 I U. 399 ?.<:,: ?,
new' ollicers! will be installed ::::: E 1 RegO$4w5h I N C Reg / Reg. Reg Reg :
;-lit! a banquet. to lx held at t t thesiarke {\\1I' t J $239 $395 I $3 57 S5.98200's ':. :.*

:;;\\Florida! Golf and Attorney Country(General Club '..;.;.:#.:.':.;.:.:.:'.:. TREATS.1.DePREE I._, ., :"DePREE; e 1Yp" Ei ::...'' ...:-N:-:::
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::jUobrrt" Sheen as! the guest t : 100 Tabs Reg $319 ;;, A..." VITAMIN E t,5en5wb.y 1.000u.523 I : 400 I.U.I 749 .:::

':Installs speaker. : the and new the officers person who The ::;::::;;;: r( 04COMPlilL 9 DePREE S10.98 Reg. JCi1:tos' ::Fa
238Rag$2
dale! according to triggers :f ? TWO STEP $6"i t..: : !
will he announced at. later '::::;:::;:' :t'
a REDUCING PLAN

'now time Those,and but June will present be held ill between the .\\\'\\\\\\ h B-COMPLEX DePREE TIMED DePREE RELEASE i I t j 298 ;tp 21 y. day Reg. $398 '. MORE DePREE SPRING SAVINGS Ilili


.' directors meeting from tirad- .:t;:: aM c M WITH VITAMIN C ....'. V.lamm A Cap 1001 Rig 225 171 Nal. V ford County include Harper, t';:';;' 100 Tablets SOO .,, 500 mg of Vitamin, C. O'cucium' pnotpniu 1001 Rig 1 91 1 SID'CHCium VdCR0-Npe500m9' 100*Rag.v.U1 Its 17N ::: s tt.
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i I IIllHKI\\lII.th. Ophelia bright, ::<::;r::#:: 4TQ mg ol C ,in each y C 50 I O39- 100 I f 199 e,. Pnoipniu 730 B.g 441 t.SI .I Vitamin" A 10000 I U 100* Rig 2 25 I." :.%>:t
i i County Commissioners! Ha/el l ;:;:;:;::" Tablet Reg $599 Reg ,S Reg I O'Dil witn "Iron '00', R.e 2 96 1 IIOre.I Organic Iron TaD 100 Rig 111' <. :: ::::;:%:
.)',Iulk., :and Maxie: Carter Jr. .:.:.;... :;::' .. $298 $549 Wheatacol'MI, tI1P DePREEWHEATACOL alt Iron :UO. asp S 9 5 ..71 ." Cap 1200 mg 10O. Rig J J5 j1t JliKitn.n .'N'-:H;7'<'.,,
I. Directors from union : : : I Vitamin" B-1 100 MO 100 f RI9 J 25 1.71 8'0' yail TaD ..
.:.:.:::::::.: DePREE DePREE wuMimiiiu ( 400 Rag }g| JM .:..
i County at the meeting Include Vitamin" B-S SO MO 100 R. 3 OS 311 S'
..:.;;.;:.;:.::. VITAMIN B6 t. HlghpolencyVltamn.! g WIIUIO.mIMnc.o.'OO.R.g' 2' ) ,% .:t $t
S : Driggers. Shaw. ..:.:.::.: \ .ootoGVITAMIN C TONIC Mineral' Tonic V"am'nB.13100MCQ' 100* R*q 9" 1.11 Cod Lan Oil, C.ps. tOp. Rig 31 '... .'. ,
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J County Commissioner: Sam :.::: ::::5 BOTTLE OF 100 : Bottles of 100 Tablets t too* 200' ZInc Tio. 30 ig 100 Rag 151 l.ar Thira-gard M Tao 100 Rag 491.j'ti :$:t :

J-'Andy Johns! Denonn.and alternate and directors Sammie 'gK::''::77::::?' L; .iiI I ..... 369 and Kelp.Vinegar.Reg Lecithin., ,. '....J. .. 250MG'126500MG199 $498 Reg 3 195 Peg$895 J99 Ml. V.I I Cap* 40OIU 100* Rag S 49 l.tl Tn.r..guds M Tab 200 Rag 195 ,., >':':i1

I IIJI\1 g. l Dukes and John :Marcus $495. i'J
Howard: from Union (County

were nulling.: not present at the !:4 .. .L::?,:.. .. .,:..,.. .....:........tars.. .. .......rrr..n....:::.........r.:..r.. .r..r..f..i..r..?....? .. .. ... ...rr f.?.....:......7Y....r...:..+.:......:.:.4..::,i7..;?..7i7T.;.;.:...?.:+..,:.rte.r.Y r ;r .;?..;.C:. .::.r?...}:iC...r...:::::4'::::.r...,..:::l.$?:ri.sir'rr,............ .}.$.:.;.7.?:.lr..}.}.}.::..:...r:r...tr. :x::.:/::.}:f.'::::.<;7r..7, ?;sacs,..,.?,S n..s'i.:;.. .4.47. ....: .s. ::..{....4.i} } ::. i: .{t.w s.,}?r,;}' ....:f:..............:..?.r;:.r.>.:$:vxr .
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........ __ I-I- -- J-. yo -- ? Jl.aJLI.. A p-Il.-O..........., I Io41........... -;,.......... .. .""7 >-1'--- .......,..,....,..."....,........,..-........ r-....March.0 10.1977. r a a h --.,1Wja...,....:._......... -.."' .... -ad1Ua? ......

I Hampton Hilites their ceiling. our County Commissioners.This Feb. 17. Mr. and Mrs. F.C.
MisaJoyce Kuykendall is in will be distributed on Reed of Hampton are the HAMPTON BAPTIST the bride-to-be, and her They presented the bride with
Marsh winds blowing a flying the midst of a unit on correct baseball and Softball fields. parental grandparents. PLANS SUPPER brothers, Gerald, Jr., Steven glassware.Miss .
by Dolores Meng kite blooming flowers and St. capitalization of letters an 4th 5th and 6th graders are Congratulation also to Mr. and Leslie also attending the Kim Hodges whose '
Phone 468-1915 Patrick's symbols.Mrs. punctuation of sentences. building up steam for the up- and Mrs. John Hodges whose The Hampton Baptist party.Miss. wedding to Ralph Morgan i* t
SCHOOL NEWS"Spring Noelle Silk's kindergartners Mrs. Arleen Rich and her coming athletic competition baby girl, Sonya Lynn was Church plans a supper on Delores Brown was scheduled for April 9 was the ,',
has sprung all have vegetable and third graders welcomed under the leadership of born on March 2 at March 20 at 6 p.m. when the honored at a bridal shower the honoree of a bridal shower on ',:'
around the school! The hall flower seeds sprouting from a Vickie Hodwanes as a new Principal Connie Clark. Gainesville's Shands Hospital. Tampa Childrens' Home evening of March 3 at the March 4 given by friends at; :
bulletin boards designed by sunny corner of their room. student in their room on School custodian Wiley Maternal grandparents are group is sceduled to be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul the Madison Street Baptist*:1' "
Mrs.Mrs. Ernestine Denmark Mrs. Jean Clark's first March 7, coming from Texas. Sweat did a wonderful Job Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall of church. Meng. Church. The hostesses pre it !
Earselene Zimmermanand graders helped construct Robbie Warren' Spitze was constructing the geodistlc Hampton; paternal grand- The refrehsment table was sented her with a place setting '.", "
their students sbow miniature kites flying from the first of 15 of Mrs. Kathryn dome donated by the PTA. parents are Mr. and Mrs. John HAMPTON LAKE NEWS covered with white hand of her selected china. '
Wigglessorth's fourth gradersto This consists of some 1,400 J. Hodges of Newberry Kasey McClure celebratedhis embroidered linen cloths. The Kim Hodges was honored ait{ "
receive a letter of gratitude separate parts and is a first birthday on March 6 cake was hand decorated by a Coke Party on March 5 at-;.
The Guard from Secretary of State Bruce favorite place on the play- PERSONALSMr. with a family party at the Mrs. Theron Hunter. Mrs. the home of Mrs. Carl Hurst.' ".'
Belongs. Smathers. This resulted from ground! and Mrs. John Bawek home of his parents, Mr. and Randy Scoggins arranged the She received a brial cake
the efforts of Nancy Fullwood have been cleaning Mrs. Kenny McClure.Mr. fresh multi-colored floral knife as a hostess gift. ;
working with this group in LUNCH MENU property adjoining up and Mrs. George arrangements as well as the '
Hampton ,*
YOU BELONG IN THENATIONAL.GUARD. connection with her U of F March 1418MONDAY School recently bought by Goetzman of Lake Geneva honoree's corsage. ,
teacher training program. Macaroni. ChM... their son, Anthony Bawek and hosted a dinner reception at Among the guests were Mrs. Second Blood
These students wrote personal turkey. sandwich 0re n 11m...fruit cup family who plan to move from the Branding Iron Restaurantin Gerald Brown, Sr. and Mrs.
letters to legislators urging milk.TUISDAYt Starke on March 2 for their Francis Meng. Miss Charlene
... Gainesville to their remodeled
( Drive SetMarch ..
them to and with gravy. mailttd daughter and son-in-law, Mr. assisted in '
preserved restore home Mrs. Campbell opening .
potatoes. Brtan bun chocolate' cake very soon. Bawek
the historic Capitol Building in ..milk.WIDNCSDAYi visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald and Mrs. David Meng, who gifts and keeping notes. Also \
Tallahassee.On Chlckin with noodles, were married recently. Mrs. .
Adkins assisting Meng as
There .WMt peas,twIst polite pon., hot roll. on March 6 prior to returning Members of the Goetzman, 22
are openings for SENIORSAND March 8 a group of these' milk.THUDIDAVi. to their home in Iowa. hostesses were daughters, 1 1Starke's
students pooled their monev Meng Padgett families and Joyce and Beverly Meng and
Meat Oil. butteredwhole Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leach
prior service persons in the and sent the following potatoes II''.'''' cerroli. cherry. have returned to their home in several close friends at Mrs. Kenny McClure. They second blood drive; 1
for March from
cake cobbler hot biscuit' tended. is set 22 10
telegram to the Forum of milk.PRIDAVi .. ... Owensboro, presented the bride-to-be withan r
...
corn Kentucky, in the
to 4 Chamber
dog cole SUM' Miss Delores Brown and a.m. p.m.
STARKE all the dest chair which
GUARD. We offer good Legislators: "Weagree beans cinnamon rolls, milk. following several weeks' visit whose antique of Commerce office on south .
Save the Capital Eugene Meng wedding they had beautifully re-
way: with her sister, Mrs. Viola
Walnut Street at Madison
plus benefits Building! Signed: 4th NEW ARRIVAL is planned for March 18 were finished.
pay fringe and Graders Hampton Elementary Lefebvre.also Mark Fulkerson, a honored at a dinner party and Miss Delores Brown was the Street (SR-100)). .'
cousin
enjoyed a visit bridal shower at the home of The blood drives are being .
promotions. School. Michael and Linda Reed are with Mrs. Lefebvre, while honoree of a bridal shower on
The school grounds are the proud parents of a baby route from Charleston, N.C.en-to Mrs. Viola Gray in March 6 given by Mrs. Dianne carried out by the Starke-:
Bradford Chamber of ,
being improved with the girl, Rachel Lynn,. born in Orlando. Jacksonville on Feb. 27. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Sharon Wilsonat Com'i.> '
Call 964-5320 Visit The in with the
or Armory recent donation of clay from Alachua General Hospital' Gerald Brown,, Sr., mother of the home of Mrs. Davis. merce conjunction .
Civitan Regional Blood Center' \

..................... ......................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................,.,...................................................................................................,......... ................n..................................................................................... in Gainesville.the center come Employeesfrom to the t. .'
Chamber office where '
I donations will be made. !.
The first drive Jan. l'Z..li,. j
L.J: HAVE ICKERD netted 41 pints of blood according -" SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY OPTICAL CENTERS to Chamber Manager '..: I

Ips DAILY 9 AM- PM OPEN SUNDAY 10 AIIII.7 PM 831 S. Walnut Starke, Fla. WITHIN THE STORF Bill"I Wilson.was real happy" Wilionl.;> ',.

I::ij *:; :;:_:;:;::;:;:ml; m; ;;;;;;;; ;: ;:mm:;:; ;;mm ;m;; lm rm ; ; ;; mmmm ;;:;;::m:::m:;;:@@:mmmmmm; ; m;;;:m; ;; ;;;;;;;;;;mrm;;; ;; ;;i;; ;; i; ;; ;i j m mm ;;; ;mmmm m mmmt;; ; ;;;: m;;m;::immmm:;;;: ; ;mm;;:m m;;i;I;;;;; ;;mmmmmmmmmmmm mmm 1t mmmmmmm n;11; 1mmmnmm;;mm; reported to the Chamber: .
Board of Governors last a
Thursday. "We expected 75i .. t
had 41. I'm shooting for 82 this.. )!
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time" said Wilson. hoping to
double the first drive. ,
Donors may build up blood ,' f
BIC KERI PEPSODENT JOHNSON'S credits with the Blood Center, '. 'f
: SINE-AID or may credit their blood to a

BALLPOINT LOTION TOOTHPASTE I I DISPOSABLE designated TRAVELAOVENTUREEDUCATION recipient. .,'


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A ten-year hobby has netted Seminoles, learned agri- The Indians lived in huts J.
Mark Hodges a fine collectionof culture and settled down to (some igloo-shaped) made of j.r '
Indian artifacts, relics from build crude homes and raise sticks daubed with clay and F NAACP SUPPORTS NOT MOVING AWAY

the Fort Harllee site, and fossilized crops. In his explorations, thatched with palmetto BETTER TEACHER PAY
bones from Brooks Mark has discovered three fronds. They wore clothing Dear Sir Telegraph Editor:

Sink. sites where Indians appar- made of deer skin, and also : 1 am writing this letter to
ently lived the year-round, used the deer for meat and The NAACP Chapter here in the people of Theressa
lie has been told by archeologists indicated by the size of the the antlers for making tools Bradford County is concernedand
at the University of living area and the large and other implements. "I in agreement with better community.

Florida that some of his number of artifacts found. don't believe they could have pay for the teachers of Brad-. Word has gotten to me that
arrowheads and spearheadsdate One of these is close to the survived without deer," Mark of ford County.I they hoped F was selling out
back to approximately railroad at the edge of the says. "fit tiI and moving away.
7,000 B.C., and a joint bone Santa Fe swamp near have been asked as thechapter's
from some kind of small Hampton, one near the Fort Besides the usual arrow acting president. to Sorry to disappoint them. I
animal is believed to be one of Harllee site, and another near heads and spearheads Mark's voice our concern with refer- was born and raised In
the oldest fossils found in Hampton Lake. collection includes some unusual ence to the teachers' plight fora Theressa, and I am going to
Florida. items, such as a spear better salary. We are awareof stay here.

Mark believes that the head ingeniously carved in the fact that we have a good Walter Swindell
The earliest Indians in this Indians had been such a manner that it would school system here in our Fla.FORESTRY.
making use Theressa
area were nomadic tribes, of the Fort Harllee site for revolve when thrown into the County, many of our leaders
Mark believes, moving from waterenabling it to stay on and children are the productof
perhaps 3,000 years, since a course when thrown at a fish. AkT4Tx :::: :: 'W-
one location to another as the four or five acre tract in that same, and we would like to
seasons changed. But later area shows signs of habita He also has a number of I a see it remain that way. If any-
Indians, including the tion. what he calls "rabbit arrow- thing let it get better. In orderto
do this our County has to
pay decent salareis.

>s The good teachers we have IN BRADFORD COUNTYBY

editorial remain here even though they
complain of being underpaid Richard Schroeder
compared with other systems :ftSSSftWS:::: Phone 964-6554:22::::&::::&::

; On the State. They remain be-

Allows cause they are dedicated to Fire Control: Our Forest
City Zoning their jobs. All good teachersdo Guardians

not stay, however, and
some move on to other Wildfire, one of Florida's
Creeping Contntercialization'The communities leaving our deadliest enemies, is stalking
community at a great loss. woodlands across the state in
the aftermath of this winter's
Hampton Lake youth displays portion of his fine collection of Indian artifacts and fossils Sir, we would like for the harsh freezing weather.
construction of a new conveniencestore permit to build a commercial structureon found in Bradford area. community to know, through

on West Madison Street in the such lot has been approved by the your news media, that we From January 1 to
the teachers in their
support 24 the Florida Divi-
February ,
middle of a residential area points up city as being in conformity in all other heads struggle to gain better pay. It sion of Forestry, Departmentof
which used for
one of the many flaws in the city zoning respects with the requirements for the hunting, small were These is our hope that they will hold Agriculture and Consumer

ordinances and shows the need for proceeding commercial district." small arrowheads game.had blunt, out until the right thing is donein Services, has recorded 3,237

"full speed ahead" with thecity's somewhat rounded points, County Agents By t their behalf, and continue wildfires which seared 55,372
"" with the of
training
comprehensive land use plan.In This little gem would provide for which would lodge just under Bobby i ?' children, so that when our county these acres.
creeping commercialism giving com the skin of the animal, Immobilizing Notebook students leave their class- The unusually cold weatherhas

the present instance there was mercial permits priority in certain areas, it, without piercing Taylor rooms, they will be preparedto left much of the state's

apparently no way to stop constructionof while by-passing the usual procedure of was deeply done into so that the the meat.flesh"This of a Phone 964-6554 t go out into this world and surface fine fuels like grass
.t and underbrush brittle and
the convenience store since become good citizens.
years public notice and public hearings. small animal would not be brown. Even rain doesn't
ago-no one remembers when or how- torn too badly, making it less Rev. Leroy Davis really reduce the fire threat
the blocks between Myrtle Street on the Such anachronisms should be desirable for food," Mark I have been saying that Look for a related article in 1st Vice President since the fuels dry out quickly
March is one of the most criti- the paper about aerial appli- (Acting President)
east and Alton Road on the west had though the ground still be
eliminated from the code at the may
zoning said.His cal months of the year as far cation of bait for Fire Ants. Bradford NAACP
been zoned commercial. This, in spite of earliest possible time in order to avoid collection also includes as the cattleman and the We had quite a few land- Lawtey, Florida wet.To
the fact that the area includes the further frustration of the efforts of the pounding stones, axe heads brood-cow herd is concerned. owners sign up for this protect Florida's nearly
Madison Street Baptist Church which made of flint, and a nicely This is especially true this program last fall but the $2 billion forest resources industry -
City Planning Committee.As carved stone knife which he RECIPE FOR HAPPYCONTENTED
should, of be classified institu- year because of our long-hard Mirex became un-available the Division of
course
found by accident when he winter and the shortage of before our land could be LIFE Forestry has some 500 highly-
tional. a stopgap measure the City stepped on it while swimming cattle feed and grazing. treated. It is my under. skilled fire-fighting Rangers
in Hampton Lake. "Ninety standing that the Dear Editor: stationed in 17 forest districts
Council, in a special meeting Tuesday supply
the convenience
store
Although
on percent of my collection was' Cattlemen need to know all problems have been correctedand Many times the writer has throughout the state.
West Madison complies with the city's afternoon approved a motion declaringa found within ten miles of my the alternatives available to bait can be applied next been asked the following

present zoning map, it is not in confor- sixty-day moratorium on the issuanceof home," he says "with lots of them to do the best job of month. My suggestion is to question: Why is it that you What is one of the largest

mance with the tentative planning map any commercial building permit in the items found in the Brooker caring for their herd for the sign up if you have fire ants on are able to work so hard and single causes of forest fires in
the Committeetime and Keystone Heights areas." least cost during this critical land. be Florida? Unhappily, arsonists
now being worked on by the City city giving Planning your so enthusiastic about the hold that dubious honor.
The best
time to look for In-
in which to its land life and the activities around
Planning Committee, setting long complete use time.With
range dian relics is after hard rain,
? To this I would
goals for the best use of property within map and hold public hearings as required which washes away the dirt, this'in mind, we have FBI Agent Says you have to make answer the following Carelessness is another

the city. This planning map is not yet by law. The city attorney was Mark explains.The all arranged cattlemen a good program tonight for statements.Be cause When,. followed someone by lets smokers.trash,

effective, but will ultimately be adop instructed to draw up an ordinance to fossil bones were foundin (Thursday, March 10)) at the Civilians Must Help moderate in all the brush or landclearing fire get

ted-after public hearings by the City this effect to be acted on by the councilat the bed of a creek runninginto Agriculture Building in Enforce Law things you do, but always remember away from him, it not only
Council and become the city's zoning its March 15 meeting. If adopted it the sink hole between Starke. The meeting will start hard, hard work burns his land but his neigh-

K map. will be effective as of that date. Brooker and Graham. "I'd with a free hamburger supperat There is no way that law en- never hurt anyone. On the bor's too.Whether.
just find a place where the 7 p.m. The program will forcement officers can cope other hand it has lengthenedthe arson or Just sheer
Another bug in the present city Hopefully this would prevent any water had washed out a hole, include three of our state Extension with the everincreasingcrime life of many people. A job carelessness, the setting of

zoning ordinances is a paragraph providing structures from being built in run my arm into" it, and come specialists who will rate without the well done brings great happi- wildfires can. bring legal
more
with bone he said. Mostof
a discuss management and
of up practices cooperation of private ness contentment. action. The trash burner who
for the "automatic" rezpning areas where they may some day be in them are manatee (sea and suggestions for this citizens, members of the lets a fire escape may be prosecuted
residential property on certain non-conforming use with the long range cow) bones and they are very time of year. Each speakerwill Starke Rotary Club were told Stay as healthy as possibleby just as surely as the
thoroughfares as commercial withouteven plan that is eventually adopted.Not plentiful in the sink hole, he have 15 to 20 minutes on last week. not carousing. Excesses in deliberate woodburner.
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a public hearing. said. They date back perhaps the program. the use of any stimulant is
millions of years when Florida The speaker was James R. bad. Eata proper diet and get Florida Law requires
Section 25.8 of the city zoning code only will this assist the Planning was still under the sea. Shark Dr. Bob Sand Extension Price, FBI agent from the plenty of rest. Try to be con- authorization from the Di-

provides that: "Any lot in a residential Committee in its task but should also be teeth are also found in the sink Animal Husbandman, will Jacksonville office, who said tented with your sur vision of Forestry before any
hole. talk about feeds, nutrition and that have been roundings. Enjoy the beautiful silvicultural or
named in of benefit to the would-be commercialuser pilot programs agricultural,
streets
district
fronting on any breeding, and will offer conducted in four U.S. cities in scenery and the sunsets, the landclearing burning can be
section 25-16 and adjoining a lot in the who would be at a disadvantage, as Mark said that manatee ribs practical suggestions basedon an attempt to involve more birds, trees flowers and carried out.
commercial district containing a building far as resale of his property, if he locateda and vertebrae date back 8 to his observations of ranches civilians in self-help measures animals. Appreciate the

already in commercial use, shall automatically commercial building in an area whereit 10 million years, the bone throughout the state. against crime. pleasure of speaking and With the use of 100-foot fire
from a prehistoric horse about with of all towers spaced at approxi-
will sooner or later be in non- talking your peers
be to the commercial Mr. Dave Jones Extension
changed ,
12 million, and some type of Price said these were ages. Do not hibernate. A mately 16-mile intervals and
district at such time as application for a conformance with city zoning. antler he found was estimatedto Agronomist, will discuss situations, smile and good word are connected with telephones and

be 10 to 12 million years old. pasture and forage productionand where residents of a neighborhood always a lift to you as well as 2-way radios, the Division of
He also has a section of a utilization programs. He actively assisted in law to your friends and co- Forestry is able to locate fires
dinosaur or mastodon bone, will! cover' varieties, liming in protecting their own workers. Read at least two quickly and report smokes to
Northeast's Loss which must have been of huge and fertilization, grazing and property, as well as that of worthwhile books each month. a central dispatcher. With a
I proportions judging by the management. I'm sure he will their neighbors. This program Please be sure to read those cross reading, or fix, from two
curvature of the portion also have some practical tips actually improved relations enlightening editorials writtenby or more towers, the dispatcher -
Be South's GainHas and that willbenefit
May found. suggestions between neighbors, bringing the Editor of the Bradford is able to pinpoint the
cattlemen.
our them closer together sociallyin County Telegraph. The writer fire and send trained and
From what he learned from Dr. Ben Abbit, Extension addition to their crime-pre- has read editorials from equipped crews.
his explorations, Mark believes Economist, will discuss the vention activities, Price said. papers all over this country,
the Northeast had it as the the South and West, changes in there were few, if any, beef cattle outlook for the next but he finds that our own local Florida firefighters depend
industrial heartland of the nation? technology and the worst winter white men in this area before year. His information shouldbe Recommended preventive paper seems to inspire him, upon rugged transport trucks
1835: he did find
although a measures included "common- hauling crawler tractors and
him beneficial
give more
weather in 200 years causing plant solid copper, large size penny valuable in deciding when sense steps" such as the knowledge and good advice sturdy 2-disc fireline plows to
There is a group of prominent shutdowns and widespread unemployment dated 1818.VETERANS'AFFAIRS. and what the cattle to market secure locking of doors and than any that he has ever extinguish most fires. The
during
economists who think so. And while we in the Northeast. The relocation of year. windows, notifying police read. clean, dank, plowed swath
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do not wish any decline industrially or industry due to such factors cannot be 'r- All this is to say that cat- serves to remove
tlemen have length of time, and refusing to Support to the best of your the flames halt though
economically for the Northeast, when reversed, the economists. 1 i f a good opportunity
I
say doors in to
answer a local and
1i to get some of the open ability organizations spots have to be reckoned with
such trends and shifts of population once i|: by WlliamS. Haas! ?ij r best information available knock or ring without peering affairs of high quality. Be sure frequently. The Division
set in, they seem to be inevitable and The opinion was also expressed that j j::i County Veterans ;::5jj first-hand by .attending the through a peep hole or asking to attend the church of your rangers are trained in fire

there is nothing much anyone can do to the South and Southwest are experiencing j\jj[::1: Service Officer i& meeting. If you have cattle, I who is on the other side. choice and support it whole- suppression and are skilled in

stop them. an advantageous chain of cir- ': Ke hope you will meet with us The speaker was introducedby heartedly.Also methods of flank plowing,

cumstances whereby they attract new Recently, more veteransare tonight.I Ken Platt who has charge remember to do your head in other plowing fire control, backfiring and

Such was the thinking of economists jobs, which in turn bring dynamic new becoming eligible for mentioned last week that of the program. best for your school system. measures.

attending a meeting held last week at industries, and growth that attracts waiver of the GI Bill Life Insurance our Cattleman's Associationand Your teachers are usually Even so, public cooperationand
the premium payments our Swine Producers dedicated to developing your caution is needed at all
of the
Rutgers University Center for more affluent well-educated FPL Denied
because of physical dis Association are quite busy child, his attitudes and the times to help keep down the
Urban Policy Research. One of the workers. These are very powerful dynamics abilities.It with for their steer and ability to obtain work suitableto outbreak of wildfires becauseour

speakers said that, instead of intensive and very hard to stop once theyare hog shows plans and sales to be heldat Rehearing his or her liking. Your state's forest resource is
is reminded that all
federal, state, and local efforts to stem set in motion. National Service Life in- the Bradford County Fair. superintendent of schools hasa too vital to waste.
broad
the decline, "the basic economic trendsin On PSC OrderThe well-planned educa-
The trend toward relocation of indus- surance policies beginningwith After attending committee tional background and if one
the Northeast should be allowed to World War II, provide for BloodworthResigns
wishes to be happy he will
of both and
try from the Northeast was already well meetings groups, a
run their course. The feeling was that waiver of premium paymentsin meeting of 4-H and FFA exhibitors Florida Supreme Court give him a very wide hand in
the Northeast got the jump on other under way even before this winter'sbrutal some instances of total disability and their parents, I'm has denied Florida Power & the employment of his as- from

regions of the U.S. in economic onslaught. No doubt the trend convinced that we will have Light Company's petition for a sistants and in the placementof
growth will be accelerated in the months to A veteran having this in- one of the best shows ever. I rehearing of an earlier order his teachers. Why? Becausehe
dominated the rest of the for surance not be requiredto the SFCC BoardJames
country come. may detect a lot more enthusiasmand requiring Company to refund is best qualified to make
more of the nation's history, and now pay premiums if he or she dedication from all those $13.5 million to these decisions. Remember he

should prepare to step down from the Starke and Bradford County should becomes totally disabled be- involved this year than I have customers.The is the administrator at all F. Bloodworth, a
fore reaching 65, and the
pinnacle ahead age in shows. If this times. founding member of the Santa
gracefully.The move with plans for an industrial disability has existed for at seen previous refund order was basedon Fe
rubs off on the business com- Community College Board
park which would put us in an enviable least six consecutive months. decision that
and the general the Court's The writer is leaving for a of, Trustees, has announced
fundamental factors involved are position to attract new industries if the Waiver of premiums is not public munity, the show and sale barn the Florida Public Service later date the other things his intention to retire in May

such things as aging and obsolete in- trend from the Northeast continues, as automatic and current will be full and this project Commission erroneously which he has learned from his after 12 years of service.
dustrial plants, shifts of population to most observers believe it will.miliiji plied for. There are will be highly successful. considered certain unre- experience, will help you live
more than 157,000 veterans covered fuel costs as proper happily and well. Bloodworth, employed with
who have insurance on which Back to March this is also a expenses for determiningFPL's the Starke office of the Proba-
the premiums have been month that Is important to request for interim rate Very sincerely, tion and Parole Commission,
waived due to total disability.As other farmers and gardeners. relief filed in 1974. Relief was Vernon E. Olin has been associated with the

\pRIO COUp Good weather lately has per- granted by the FPSC and the Starke, Fla. college since its inception in
the of
age World War II Interim rates collectedfor 1965 when
NYt mitted land preparation for were he served on the
veterans them are increases becoming more totally of spring field crops and three months in 1975. advisory committee, later

vegetables, and some seedingfor transferring to the board of
4 disabled. Total SyA A.rgVAavv
disability for ;
early crops is underway. Disposition of the refunds, trustees after its establish-
VA Insurance purposes means Including interest, will need to 2' ment. He and two other
0 0 that the veteran is prevented

,c> 1p75 BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER from working because of the :forages Clover are and making some winter good and be determined an order issued by the to FPSC FPL. 1, lw k I 1Th. drews trustees, from and Starke S.G Denmark, Guy An- '
rlos disability.
Publishers growth and most strawberryfields have served on the board ;
Veterans reminded
are
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Poet Office 81 btarki) Ra. under make timely application for to are looking good. If the An FPL spokesman said it r since its formation.

Ado March ,1079.. waiver of because ,weather holds some straw could take several months for
Subscription rate in trade area: (7 per year: $4 six months. "refunds premiums of 'berry harvesting should be complete final action to take
premiums already "The Starke '
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Outside trade area: 38 per year: $4.SO six month after the underway In two to three placeand that refunds may Irish believed that not delegation has ,
paid onset of once changed at
Phone 964-6305 Starke, Ra. disability are usually limitedto weeks. The plants are loading take the form of a credit itemon children and animals couldbe has been a all,while there '
tremendous
with bloom berries, and new customers' bills rather turn-
one year prior to the filingof than bewitched by spirit that over in Alachua County I
membership
plant growth. separate checks. would -
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tjLi l' .) Staff promotions of WalterJ. was born and reared at Tech. Prior to joining DuPont, I \
( Frick Jane G. Gay and Putnam Hall and graduated he was employed as main- '
l James L. Womack have been from Melrose High School in tenance engineer with Alabama i'''
I \ .t announced by Kenneth B. 1950. Jane has lived in Brad- Power Company in } "1
Platt, manager of E.I. DuPont ford county for the past 18 Birmingham. Womack 4
Company's Highland and years, is a member of the recently married the former '
Trail Ridge Plants. First Presbyterian Church Evelyn Hamilton of Starke I I''
a and is currently serving as and they live at 370 Mimosa
Frick has been promoted to treasurer of the Southside Drive. jot
group supervisor at the Trail P.T.A. I Roll
Ridge Plant. A Navy veteran T''
and native of Indiana, Frick Womack has been promoted
Senior Troop 669 consisting! of (1-r( Catherine Cana
) Johns. Schmidt.
SthownlnR I.ynn ratty
has lived in Starke for the past from Supervisor in the
Mullins, Irene Waln rllht. and 1 i1Ed
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puppet show of the history of Girl Scouting was presented by these Scouts shown here I ,
working the puppets used In the presentation. the Elks Club serving as Engineering Department to ,
secretary. Walter and wife area engineer. In his new
Mildred, make their home at position he will be responsiblefor I
These members of Junior Troop 614 stand by their display of 916 W. Butler Rd. The couplehas the Maintenance Depart- "
from foreign lands that the scouts made. three sons, Mike, Ricky ment at the Highland Plant. 1 N 1 ..Uryo
I Grl Scouts Display Achievement.Troop; !leader <'?">'*aVt'sstands behind :Mary Louliluslo and Dennis.
and to the right of them are (front) Jan Brooks Melanie Wood A native of Columbia, 0
and Carmen Haves.: Frick began his DuPont Tennessee, Womack served nCT"'TOff groRTA7 ,
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Sunday was a very exciting the mountain' prepared by the :;;: :: operator jobs. In his new ..Ir IAV Mfw1... ,
day for Bradford Girl Scouts. Junior scouts. Mrs. Laurie Mullins, Troop '' To U.S. Trt-n Hr\ :::: position he will be super- 4MIKEMITCHELL
After enjoying church ser- Consultant led group singing '" vising a shift of the Production 1
vices together twelve troops Mrs. Pat Spengler of Girl Scout songs and every U.S. Senator Richard Now the check will be upped to Department.Jane .
and their families spent the former scouts and one sang Happy Birthday to 65 (Dick) Stone has announcedthat $1,075 monthly.
afternoon at the Starke leaders and told of scouting in years of Girt Scouting. Birthday he will return his share of The 1977 increase was recommended from Gay was promoted in the VAR HElL LINCOLN MERCURY INC.
Starke which has been cake and punch were the recent Congressional secretary
Woman's Club. At 2 p.m. Mrs. continuous pay by a presidential
Janet Kimutis welcomed since 1957 Her served from a cutwork white raise in monthly payments of commission that meets every Research and Development 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla.
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everyone and presented daughter, Mrs. Judy Dukes is cloth. Centering the table $1.075 to the U.S. Treasury. four years to determine Department in the Co-products shipping : I
Andrea Eaves Senior Scout, now a Brownie leader and her were dolls representing the Stone said he took this action federal pay levels that are supervisor Department at the Trail Ridge ."..
who was in charge of the flag daughter Stephanie is a four levels of scouting. Senior "because it's not right for comparable to salaries in plant. Beginning as a stenographer 372.4251 II n' I"')":. 372-4251 '
Scouts at the
ceremony. Those participating Brownie Scout. bowl. presided punch Congressmen to give them private industry. The raises she has been with
were Sandra Dar- selves an immediate pay in suggested by the commission
in DuPont 20 years.
ley, Michelle and Karen The Cadette Troop was Low The event was closed with a crease." He believes that amounted to 22 to 40 percent "More Cars For More People ,:
Kimutis, Vickie Carver Dawn Word of the Juliette large friendship circle and the "between the time a pay hikeis increases for Cabinet Jane and her husband
and Catherine Schoening, Friendship (JLWF) singing of taps. approved and the time it members, congressmen, Harold, live on the Marklee Than Anyone Else"family ,
Irene Wainwright, Marilynn presentation. Vickie Carver takes effect voters should federal judges, and top-level Starling Road north of Starke, ,
McGee and Shannon Abrams. have a chance to show what civil service employees. and have four children. She

All Stock In Local Holiday Inn they think of it in an intervening Congressional salaries rose .
Neighborhood Troop Organizer federal election." from $11,600! to$57,500 a year. I

ed the Carolyn sponsors Eaves and thank Introduced Donated To :Mississippi CollegeOne The last time Congress Congress had the power to 'f'fI
the leaders and their voted itself a raise was in 1975 reject the pay increase before
assistants. The service team and Stone sent a personal it took effect automatically 30 'ft
presented each leader with a hundred percent of the tinue under Mississippi check to the Treasury each days later but chose to acceptit. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlhIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Iflf I
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owners to Millsaps College a opening in October of when the representatives on the issue, but. their effort .'

troop had a display of Methodist institution locatedin 1965. elected in 1976 took office., failed.
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t r SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARYThe Starke Elementarv-----l., II IIGrand ,

t LUNCH; MENU; physical education instructors Penny Jefferson in Ms The Mountainsby Canyonby
March18 Mr. and Mrs. Tyson's second grade has Lori Flynn Richard Alvarez Jerry McGriff, Science De- all-stars 78 64 in Basketballon P.T.O. Function ,
Lewis, urge all students to remember earned her "inchworm" denoting partment Chairman at BUS March 4. The students gave Friday, Feb 25 was the dateof
(with parents' help) progress in math. She The mountain. are pretty, as Grand Canyon I Is mountains came to our school on the staff members a scare our P.T.O. supper, arts and
MONDAY-Sloppy lot on bun potatochlp4
tottad clad, fruit cup. milk. to bring in Post cereal box has worked so well that she pretty as can be; lying down Tuesday, Wednesday and with some hot outside crafts display, and talent
TUESDAY-. Macaroni' and sheen, tops. The box tops will be exchanged has moved up to a higher They stretch out as far as the It Is very beautiful. Thursday to disect beef lungs shooting but the staff rebounding show. After a delicious meal
out half. bollad, egg, ttaamad cabbago. in the Post cereal group.In eye can see They say Indians live there and explain the structure and advantage paid off served by Mrs. Dorothy
perch WEDNESDAY half corn brad FllhwICh milk.' baked after, for P.E. equipment and Mrs. Ward's resource They're quiet and peaceful, { If you ever go there, LOOK function of the cells, tissues in a hard earned victory. Brown (Cafeteria Manager)
beaer.nch frlat, lallo Mlth oranga the more we have the more room the children earn pointsfor love to b. there, OUT. and organs that make up the Participants were: and members of our cafeteria
lulca. milk equipment can be obtained. each task they complete. No smog or pollution or fog As the birds fly over respiratory system. This Is a Students, boys: Tom Pierce staff, we were treated to a
THURSDAY-mutfard Salisbury ttiak,,corn rice The last day to bring tops in is Several students have worked anywhere. You think of what It looks like part of the Berkeley Smokingand Mark Pierce, Lafayette talent show, directed by Mrs.
and braid gravy milk. graant park March 31. All rooms are in the hard to save their points: When snow falls over the from their view.. Health Education Pro- Chandler, John Riggs, Jimmy Debbie Woodfin. The standingroom
FRIDAYBeet I vaaelabla loop process of a contest to secure Rickey Hammond, 6th grade, mountains.It They probably think of the ject, which is being taught in Scwell, Larry Long; girls: only crowd enjoyedsome
ch.... toast tossed salad, cherry caka the most box tops. Mrs. Re has 272 points; Jimmy falls from white icy foun animals that have died the fifth grades. Ethel Bass, Angel Canipe, two hours of enter
cobber, milk. gister's room is ahead with Brookins, 4th grade, has 175 tains.I there. A great big thank you to Daniela Rigby, Queenie tainment provided by Starke
A reminder from the officeto 242, with the special Inducement points; Randy Wood 2nd hate to leave when 'it's timeto Charles Blalock of Blalock's Berry, Lori Muse, Lynn Doss. Elementary students and staff
Southside students and of a free ticket to the grade, has 136 points, and Jo go. The Beautiful Mountainby Meat Market for supplying the Staff members who played members. The faculty performance
parents; the picturecharmsare movies to each student who Ann Crews, 6th grade, has 125 But I always remember the Linda Underhill beef lungs for this project. were, women: Mrs Ann proved to be a big
on sale now. A set of three brings 10 tops. David points.Each. mountains and snow.California sHaker, Mrs. Betty Ann Craw hit with the children presentas
may be purchased for $3 or Browning is currently the only group has been There is a mountain with no Library News- "March ford, Mrs, Barbara Reddish, they saw their principal,
one may be bought for $1.50. winner writing and illustrating a name, Winds Blew and in Came The Mrs. Vicki McKinney P.E. teachers, and aides performon
Students in Mrs. Register'sroom book. So far each book consists by Maria DarleyIf It is beautiful with butter Irish" is featured on the bul- teacher, Miss Sandy Johnson, stage. One of the highlightsof
have given reports and of four chapters. The cups and violet., letin board in the library. On Title I Teacher, Mrs. Edna the evening came when the
made posters on air pollutionand book Group One is writing is I could be any place in the The grass swings like lime display are books about Ire paraprofessional; men: staff dance group (The
smoking in connectionwith called, "Bugs Bunny and the world jello land and a list of Irish words Dewey McKinney, principal, Lockers) were introduced by
their study of the respiratory Road Runner," written by It would have to be California. The winds sing to you. that students might learn just Roger Chilson, P.E. teacher, their "Long haired" agents
system. The posters will Michael Griffis, Dale Georgeand Beaches so lovely and sunny for fun.Speedball. Donnie Burch, custodian. principal "King Kong''
be displayed in the library. Lewis Johnson. The book Most movie stars live there. Flower saw this mountain/ Timekeeper was Beth McKinney. During his introduction .
Mike Heard In Mrs. for Group Two is about Plenty of room, She walked up on the hill to Ail-Star Results Francis and the scorekeeperwas McKinney was attacked
Harrell's fourth grade participated "Godzilla," written by Lovely green mountains and the middle Grade 4 vs Grade 5 girls Johnny Brown. by a Ruth Buzzi type,
in a Judo tournamenton Michael DeSue Terry Martin, lovely blue lakes. Felt like floating cloud Grade 5 won 13 2. played by Helen, Queen Kong,
February 26 in Jackson Sheldon Clark, Mark Wollard, And huge trees called It was so high Grade 4 vs Grade 5 boys Paterson, who had to be re
ville. lie won a second place Leartis Jefferson and Rickey redwoods.A She lay on the soft grass. Grade 5 won 6-4. Title I Advisory! Meeting strained by Coach Roger
Ask trophy in the "white belt" Hammond. Group Three's lovely place to live. Grade 5 vs Grade 6 girls Chilson. ,
level. His brother, Paul book is "Scubie Doo and His What should I call It? Grade 6 won 10. 2. Starke Elementary's Title I In addition to the Lockers
Heard, won a third place Friends," written by JoAnn The Mountains I Love And since it was so high Grade 5 vs Grade 6 boys Advisory Committee met performance, Mrs. Yvonne
Charley rr trophy in this, his first, Judo Crews, Randy Wood, Bart Lee by Jeff Powell She named It Mountain High Grade 6 won 11-7. March 3 in the library. A film- Long gave a dramatic readingof
...rE tournament. Paul is in Mrs. and Willie Williams. Group and strip was shown on, "How to the poem Trees, by Joyce
Real's third grade. Four's book is "Issis and>] Mountains, mountains every- walked Teachers vs 6th grade Basket. Listen to Your Children" and Kilmer and Mrs. Maurice
Felecia Hart, in !Mrs. Deal's Suzam," written by Ricky where, away ball Game the Title I project for 1977-78 White sang, "The Holy City,"
Johns third grade, and her pony, Tyler, Rickey Gainey, Jimmy Never heard of lack of air. The Starke Elementarystaff 'was considered and discussed.It accompanied on the piano by
Prince, won ribbons in the Brookins, Bryan Padgett, There's nothing else I'd like defeated the 6th grade was decided that if sufficient Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph.
rodeo held in Starke on Keven Sampson, and Richard to see. funds are available, our Master of Ceremonies for
February 26. She placed thirdin Cnbbs. But the tallest mountains in first priority for next term the evening was P.T.O. President -
About This Question: basket weaving. fifth in Mrs. Wood's sixth grade Tennessee. should be to consider ex Jim Hester. The entire
"When I traded for a clover leaf, and sixth in Texas reading class has written PINE FOREST APTS. panding Title I to include evening was greatly enjoyedby
new car, I failed to barrel weave. In the same mood poems this week. Here When the sky loses Its blue, Kindergarten, and then all.
to rodeo, Shelley Raley in Mrs. are some of our favorites. You can tell the day is \\ MiiilisiiiiSI."' .; !Slurlr.l liirirluNOW .. perhaps as a second priority,
notify my agent Register's fifth grade won through.And consider expanding to grade 4
transfer my insuranceto four ribbons. Her winning when the sun comes to or higher. LUNCH; MENU: :
the new car. Now, !six categories were: a first in Wind rest --.i:;(\. f ;.tt. The Bradford County Title I :March 14. 18
weeks later I caused a clover leaf a first in figure by Robin Stern the mountains give a perfect '','' 1'1"r Advisory Committee' meets
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serious auto accident eight a second in basket lest. J/J' "It-:" .. '4' ... 01. Thursday, March 10,1:15: p.m. MONDAY- Hamburgar
weave and a second in Texas The stillness of the whistlingwind ..' t"" .. I. ,, ,.. in the Starke Elementary on bun, lattuca, tomato and pickle,
both cars are badly barrel weave. Sea .j ; .; ,:\ \' library. french One, apple sauca, milk. ,
damaged. Will my auto Ms. Goldberg's second Picks the broken leaves. J TUESDAYChlck.n with rice
Sweat .
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peanut buster cup. Candled yams
insurance still cover grade set up a 10-gallon But never injures them at all. :: ..;. :;r. -r .. I Report Cards 4th 6 buttartd peak, banana cake, roll milk.
both my liability and aquarium in their room last It gently places them down The sea Is very beautiful. .. F -" weeks grading period ended WEDNESDAY- Meat loaf with
the week This completed their again. Filled with fish and plants.It .: 11I.j,F'1'Ii".' .!I3.f"':".... ::..1 Tuesday, March 8 and report tomato sauca. buttered whole) potatoes,
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?" unit on the study of marine The leaves see different objects almost seems when boats goby .., ,, cards will be sent home cornbraad milk.
new car life They are enjoying this now. ,- -. Monday, March H. THURSDAYItUtog. link rice
new addition I to their class They thank the wind for his It sounds like tomato gravy, black eyed peas, fruit
( .II a11'It's. K.: room. Special thanks go to kindness chants.WOMEN'S murmured P.E. Students of the week cup.FRIDAYTuna roll I milk. salad on ,lettuce
Douglas Fertig, Iris Smith, men tney 'wait for another were: grade 3, Justin potato chtps green times, orange juice
JOHNS AGENCY Vicki C'rockrell, Kelley Lewis, gasp of wind. Williams grade 4, Chris cookie milk
Hal Wood, Gene Mock! and Dickinson, grade 5, Monique
131 S WALNUT ST STARKE Sheila Shannon for bringingthe Chandler grade 6, Sandra
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Chris Fernsler "Our (BUS) mile relay Long jump 1)) James, L., Mile run 1) Hill GB, 330 intermediates 1))
BCT Sports Writer team did a most outstandingjob GE,20'6V4" 2)James,R., GE, 4:28.8 (new meet record) 2) Avery, GB, 41.9 2) Johnson, f
of getting a second to 20' 2" 3) Smith, Suwannee, 19' Futch, OF,4:30: 3)) Powell, GB, GUS, 42.8 3)) Collier GHS, 44.0 ?
Bradford High runners Buchholz,"said Coach Grover 1H4" 4)) Carter, BHS, 19' 9V4" 4:40.5: 4) Layton, Clay High, 4)) Jenkins, Clay High, 44.3 5))
finished a solid third in the 3rd Howard. On the BHS mile relay 5) Roby, Clay High, 19' 8" 6)) 4:55: 5)) Goldberg, BHS 456.6: Strickland, GHS, 45.0 6)) Godwin -
Annual Bradford Relays 3A- team are Franklin Bell, Bailey, SA, 19' 6V. 6)) Cantanis, SA, 5:01.: Suwannee, 45.4. .,. \
4A division Saturday afternoon Esau Bright, Marvin Tyson High jump 1)) Hill, GB, 6' Shot put- 1)) Bauer, GB 45' 220 yard dash 1)) James, '.1>"
' at the Big Red track, and David Carter. 2)James, L., GE, 6' 3)) James 5'1-' '." 2)) Morrison, Suwannee R., GE, 22.72)) (tie) Cromwell,
with Gainesville Buchholz "I am pleased with the boys' R., GE, 6' 4)) Garner, Clay 43' lOW 3) Wilkerson, GE, 431 GB and Lewis, PC, 23.1 4))
taking top honors and city overall performance," Coach High, 6' 5) Pitts, PC, 5' 8" 6) '%" 4)) Porcher, GB, 42' UV4" (tie) James, L., GE and BHS Weight Lifters 3rd :
rival Gainesville Eastside Howard added. Sherman, SA, 5' 2". 5)) McCroskey, Clay High, 41' Burch, Suwannee, 23.2 6)) 'II
placing second.In Pole vault 1)) Green, T., 10" 6)) Cruger, BUS, 39 :V.", Lawson, GB, 23.4
claiming the team title, Statistics Clay High, 12' 2)) Plummer, Discus 1)) Carter, BHS, Two mile run 1)) Powell,
the Buchholz Bobcats set two Clay High, 10' 6" 3)) Bell, GHS, 125' 3" 2) Willis, SA, 124' 3" 3) GB, 10:20.4: (new meet record)
new meet records. Earl Hill Team standings 1) 10' 4) Niblack, BHS, 9' 6" 5)) Smith, BHS, 123' 7" 4)) 2)) Futch, OF, 10:30:05: 3)) In Fernandina GOby i
j grabbed first in the mile run Gainesville Buchholz, 95.2 2)) Monagas, OF, 9' 6" 6)) Green, Brewer, GE, 116' 9" 5)) Bauer, Hooker, GUS, 10:47:05: : 4)) '.. I
with a time of 4:28.8: breaking Gainesville Eastside, 57 3)) L., Clay High, 9' 6". GB, 115' 5V4" 6)) Porcher, GB, Strange.SA, 11:03: 5)) Martin,
; the old record of 4:39.4: set by Bradford High, 43 4)) Gaines- 120 high hurdles Collier, 111' 11". GB, 11:07:; 6) Whitney, BHS, Chris Fernsler land High. Bozeman bench The 181 pound action saw
! Orange Park's Sam White in ville High, 33 5)) Ocala Forest, BHS 15.2 (new meet record) 2) 440 yard dash- 1)) Hill, GB, 11:10.: BCT Sports Writer pressed 170 and jerked 170, the Mike Chis of Fernandina i''
i 1975. Ray Powell ran a 1020.4: 31 6)) Clay High. 30 7)) St. Cook, GB, 15.33)) Avery, GB, 50.6 2)) Carter, BHS, 52.6 3)) Two mile relay 1)) OF, same weight. Martin Slocumof Beach placing in the top spot. '
;. in the two mile run for a new Augustine; 14 8)) Suwannee 16.4 and Smith, GE, 16.4 (tie) Bell, BHS, 52.9 4)) Welcome, 8:52:02: : 2)) GB, 9:02 3) BHS, Still lacking that little extra the Tornadoes produced a To do so he bench pressed 255 1/
meet record. The previous High 12.59)) Palatka Central 9. 5)) Hall, GE, 17.56)) Campbell, GE, 53.9 5)) Jenkins, BHS, 54.9 9:07:05: : (Frankie Crews, needed for victory, the Brad- third with a bench press of 170 and jerked 230. Lakeland's ,f
record was 10:31.6: set in 1976 SA, 18.0 6)) Davis, GB, 55.0. Richard Smith, John Bennett, ford High weightlifting squad and a jerk of 165. David Wright took second and ; ,
by Charles Deputy of Palatka ....-. "" K. Bryan Whitney) 4)) Clay High, finished third Friday after- Fernandina Beach got its BHS' Mike Vanzant third.
South. ;;; ''PI' 9:13: 5)) SA, 9:15:05: : 6)) PC, noon in a four-way meet at first victory in the 132 class, Wright had a bench press of I ,//1
Another meet record was 9:23:04.: : Fernandina Beach, trailing with Bill Fulland getting the 295andVanzant230.Thecleanand ,
set in the 120 high hurdles, as 440 yard relay- 1)) GB, 44.3 Jacksonville Bishop Kenny win. Fulland beat out Lake jerk category found the '
Gainesville High's Mike 2)) GE 44.7 3)) OF, 45.44)) BHS, and Lakeland High, but land's Steve Perbor for the Tornado lifter outdueling f I
Collier ran a 15.2, destroyingthe 45.9 (Isaisha Jenkins, Bernard beating out Nassau High. front spot by whipping him in Wright 215 to 195. 0\
old mark of 16.8, which Johnson, Dale Rogers and The loss lowers the Big Redto the bench press 220 to 205 and Steve Earnest grabbed a
was recorded by Kim Bras- ,I Vernon Davis) 5)) GHS, 46.3 6)) an 0-6 record. BHS and in the jerk 210 to 175. third for the Big Red in the 198 i

well, Orange Park High, in ,.',: BHS, 46.4 (Franklin Bell, Union High competed Wednesday The real dogfight was in the division, as Lakeland's Jerry \i'
Esau Bright, Marvin Tyson in Lake Butler. 148 category where Bishop Brown took first and Bishop 'j..
1975.Despite all this the Tor- and David Carter). Results were not available at Kenny's Bill Frenadz won on a Kenny's Jack Shellenburg

a andoes had some glory of their I Mill Relay1)) GB, 3:32:05: : press time.Bradford. technicality over the Tor- second. Brown bench pressed
11 l
s own. In the discus throw BUS' 2)) BHS, 3:36:0: : (Franklin Bell, High will next see nadoes Timmy Jones. Both 300 and jerked 245 and ,
i David Carter snatched first Esau Bright, Marvin Tyson action in the state tourney on lifters produced bench pressesof Shellenburg produced a bench
with a heave of 125' 3", His and David Carter) 3)) GE, Tuesday,March 15, at Gaines- 230 pounds and jerks of 195. press of 305 and a jerk of 245.
closest competition was fromSt. 3:37:034): : ) OF, 3:45: 5)) (tie) PC ville Buchholz.To However Jones outweighs Earnest bench pressed 265
Augustine's Steve Willis, and GB, 3:52.: win the match Bishop Frenadz by one-half pound, and jerked 255.
who has a 124' 3" throw. Kenny tallied 26 points. 145'/i to 145, making the In the heavyweight class I
Lakeland High finished Crusader lifter the winner be- Bill Crowley of Bishop Kenny
The 440 yard dash found the second by outscoring the cause he simply weighs more. took top honors with a 355
Big Red grabbing three of the Tornadoes 2016. The host Sam Bennett picked bench press and a 235 jerk. No
top six spots. David Carter i SPORTSHORT i Pirates scored only nine another second for BHS, lifting up- BUS lifter earned any points,
came through again for BUS, tr r 1J11 points for third place.In in the 165 division, with but Jimmy Clark got fourth by
claiming a second, running a .[ the 114 pound division the Bishop Kenny's Chris Hudgins bench pressing 260. He failedat
52.6. Buchholz High's Earl Bill Big Red got off to a good startas claiming the first. Hudgins jerks of 240, 250 and 260.
took first with a time of 50.6. Alan Montgomery placed bench pressed 280 pounds and "We're still improving on -'
Following Hill and Carter in p ) MA ', second behind Lakeland's jerked 200, while Bennett hada our lifts. We're close/"said
the third spot was the Torna- ; Mike Norris, who bench bench press of 265 and a jerkof Denny Hansen, BHS weight- ,
does Franklin Bell, as he was pressed 155 pounds and jerked 210. lifting coach, after the match.
timed at 52.9. Bradford High's t1 125. Montgomery pulled in
Isaisha Jenkins also got a fifth with a bench press of 130 and a

with a 54.9 time. I _. jerk of 120.
In the mile relay the Big I The 123 division found BHS' Clay High Wins Tr-Meet;
Red took second behind Gaskins bench
a The Bobcats :- 4d. ____ u__ ______and .nw .Nlr. Jimmy and on top,
Buchholz High. pressing 185 jerking 175.
had a time of 3:32.5: while Richard Smith helps Bradford High's 880 relay team place third In Saturday's Bradford Relays. His closest competition was BHS 2nd As Tornado
BUS was clocked at 336.0: Taking the top twospots were Ocala Forest and.Gainesville's Buchholz. from Lee Bozeman of Lake- *



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Bradford High track team Pole vault- 1)) Brown, WN, .
[ & began the 1977 season on a 10' 6" 2; Higginbotham WN, ,
: h sour note last Friday after- 10'6"3; Welch,Clay High, 10'. J.'
ave a- .noon in a three-way home Shot put 1)) Clark, BHS, t p
-. meet"lIs..tt":" "finished a'''disappointing -' '46'- 2"; 2)) McCroskyr Clay
second behind Clay High, 40' 7" 3; Cruger, BHS,
High, while West Nassau High 39' 7".
placed third. Discus throw 1)) Smith,
dtJ. family centers "We're (BUS) surprised.We BUS, 129' 4", 2)) Carter, BHS,
expected to win, said 127' 3" 3)) Burke, Clay High,
y Grover Howard, Bradford 126' 5".
High track coach. 120 high hurdles 1)) Jenkins -
The Clay High Blue Devils Clay High, 17.02)) Burke,
won the meet,with a total of 80 Clay High, 18.13) Jones, Clay
points. The Tornadoes High 19.5.
claimed second place with 66 100 yard dash 1)) Roby,
points and West Nassau's 48 Clay High, 10.0 2)) Gilbert,
301 S. Shopping, Center Starke, Fla. points shoved them into third. Clay High, 10.0 3)) Nelson. Clay
The Big Red started slow in High 10.0 4)) Carter, BHS,
j s 9S the meet, but in the shot put 10.4.
\ competition they finally 220 yard dash t 1) Nelson,
i tasted victory with Jimmy WN.23.42)) Darby, WN, 24.43)) \
k a Clark's efforts Clark got the Rogers BHS, 24.7.4)) Jenkins,
Tornadoes its initial first BUS 25.2
: -< \wC ;\, place with a heave of 46'2". 330 intermediate hurdles -

Placing second was Clay 1)) Jenkins, Clay High, 44.5 2))
High's Billy McCrosky, as he Walker, WN, 46.9 3)) Jones,
P /.l threw the shot put 40 7". Clay High, 50.0.
\ In the 440 yard dash BHS' 440 yard dash 1) Carter,
David Carter the Big Red
: put BHS, 53.5 2)) Pinter, Clay
back into "victory circle. He
BUS
High 57.6 3)) Rogers
won the event by running a 58.6.
53.5, followed by the Blue
880 yard run 1)) Williams,
Devils Pinter at 57.6.
Roger Clay High, 2:12.0: 2).) Mc-
r i The sprint medley found 2:15.3 3) ,
Daniels Clay High, :
t
n
+ BHS outdueling Clay High
1
t Crews, BHS. 2:17.0.:
once again. The Big Red ran a
880 relay 1)) Clay High,
time of 2:09.3: while the Blue
Devils managed a 2:10.0.: 1:35.22): ) BUS, 1:30.2: (Stanley
Williams, Isiasha Jenkins,
, Running on BUS was Avery
Shell, Floyd Williams, Esau Marvin Tyson and Avery
t MEN'S LEISURE JACKET Bright and Franklin Bell. Shell).
Bryan Whitney easily won Sprint Medley 1)) BHS,
the two mile for Bradford 2:09.3: (Avery Shell, Floyd
run
\ Cool comfort in solid color leisure 88 High with a time of 10:52.2. Williams, Esau Bright, and
$
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Tommy Cay tor, a Clay High 2:10.Mile:
with contrast stitching Sizes 36-
; E)1A Blue Devil, who had a time of run 1) Castor, Clay
48. 11:21.1: High 457.42: ) Whitney BHS,
r IIIX' Team totals 1)) Clay High 5:01.93): ) Craw, WN, 5:02.9: 4))
Bennett, BUS, 5:23.:
West Nassau
80 2)) BUS 66 3)
; 48. Mile relay1)) BHS, 3:40.9:

) MEN'S POLYESTER PANTS Long 'jump l 1) Nelson, WN, (Franklin Bell, David Carter,
Marvin and Esau
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} Roby, Clay High, 19'. Bright) 2)) WN 3:49.6.:
; Men's "Golden T" pants. 100%
High jump 1)) Barnes, Two mile run 1)) Whitney,
:I((1 Polyester Solid colors. Go Clay High :5'8", 2) Latham, BUS, 10:52. 2) Castor, Clay

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Assorted prints and sizes S-M-L. $ 44 :i
;, Bradford High golfers Suwannee High was paced !
Acetate and nylon blend. Stock up 3 began the season in fine by Mark Townsend's round of I

now at this low price! EA ., yS fashion Tuesday afternoon, as 41, while Gary Lear produceda
they took a five stroke victoryover
Suwannee of Live 43.Warney
High I'
Adkinson, BHS golf
Oak 170175.The : .
coach, was pleased with the I
1-0 Tornadoes will next
Tornado win, especially be-
see action on Monday, March
cause of the difficult course.
14, at 3 p.m. against Gainesville -
Eastside in a home "The greens on the Live Oak
match. course were a lot smaller than

% Bradford High's Scott we are used to and much of the
'b Roberts and Lee Casey led the
I way for BHS, shooting roundsof course was hilly" ,which we are
not used to said
I Coach Ad-
42. The duo followed

..'.1.,.lt t 'to. ',.,..;; ,...! pr b S4::4. t If' 1AI r-. *.e'. '"- .., 41 $ k a ? u hi to Richard Gaines was and Wade by kinson.
'
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round Included a From a sign at an entrance ,
to Arkabutla State Park in .
birdie the number three
on ..
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i t V r Y I J 7l i G lh' Forest Wins Bradford Relays

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In their first action of the Mains, B, 81'7'V; 6)) 440 Yard Dash- 1)) Chase, 3)) Brown, OF, 67.2; 4)) Mile Relay 1)) GB 4:36: ; 2))
season, Bradford High girls' Hawking B, 75'IOM". B, 65.8; 2)) Dupree OF 66.8; Williams GE 67.3; 5) Terry, OF, 4:38.5: ; 3)) B, 445 (Nancy
track squad finished second GB, 69.0; 6)) McNeal, B, 71.6. McNeal Debbie Gomes
Saturday afternoon in the 220 Yard Dash 1)) Wright Carolyn Cones and Laura
Bradford Relays at the Jodie OF, 26.8; 2)) Simmons GB Chase(; 4)) GE, 456.:
Tornado track, trailing the HarperIs 27.1; 3)) Debose GE 27.5; 4)) Two Mile Run-I 1)) Eble,
winner Ocala Forest, by only Brown,GB,27.7; 5)) Jones GE, OF, 13:36: ; 2)) Griffith B,
four points, 7369. 27.7; 6) Anderson, OF 285. 13:48: ; 3)) Richardson B, 14:04.:
Bashetballer 440 Yard Relay- 1)) GB, Two Mile Relay- 1) B,
The Tornado two mile relay 52.3; 2)) GE, 52.6; 3)) OF, 53.6; 11:58.5: (Linda Richardson
t.r a team turned in a winning time 4) B, 54.1 (Evonne Link Robin Schweda: Valerie
Y ll' of 11::58.5. Ocala Forest Ada Jo "Jodie" Harper, girl's basketball team but I Virginia Crawford, Debbie Chandler and Cindy Griffith);
claimed second with a 12:30: daughter of Rev. and Mrs. tried out here because I'm Gones and Marri Ormsbee). 2)) OF, 12:30.NOTICE: .
time. Running on the winning George L. Harper of Starke interested in sports and the
relay team was Linda and a sophomore at West. team concept. It was a big adjust
Richardson, Robin Schweda, hampton College in Rich- ment trying to play at this
Valerie Chandler and Cindy mond, Virginia, is proving level,but the fact that all of us 1
Griffith. herself an outstanding studentas on the team are good friends
The 1976-1977 Starke Falcons basketball team members (l-r): well as being a member of and work.together well had
First row-Lloyd AldridKc,AU in Green; Klva \Hampton and Neal Marshall. Bradford High also took a the college's basketball team. made it a lot easier."
Second row-Coach Johnny Jackson Raymond Blje James Williams Oliver Cruni. Abbie first in the shot put, as Mary Miss Harper was valedictorian The 5 foot 4 inch guard is
Williams Terry Williams,ramie] Lee AUiridge and Jackie Kdmoml assistant coach; Berry produced a toss of 35' from Bradford High in now in her second year on the
Third row-Larry Williams and Timothy Leggett. 4'i". Linda Brightman, a 1975 and never played basket- team. According to her coach, To ALL LANDOWNERSIn
Gainesville Eastside
competitor ball before attending Dr. Kathleen Kohaly, Miss
got second by tossingthe Wcsthampton. Harper's greatest contribution BRADFORD CountyNow
shot .
put 32'7'x. "My high school never had a to the team lies in her

Falcons Snare Tourney In the two mile run BHS' attitude. Bradford available NEW 1977 ATLAS AND PLAT BOOKSof
County
Cindy Griffith placed second Jody has a lot of spirit and
with a 13:48: time getting beat helps pick up the team with Each book contains plat map of all townshlpi In the
her positive nature," Dr. county showing farm owners, farmsteads landowners,
Falcons 102-Law ley 91 the 9th Annual Reno Invita Lawtey 102-91. in the Reno out by Ocala Forest's Mary Rohaly said. public land, tax forfeited land acreage, ihape and location
I Eble, who recorded a 13:36.6: and all cultural features
Including hlghweVlendrellroedl.
The Starke Falcons, a tional Basketball Tournamentlast gym. rye "Not having played in high roads
recreation league team won weekend by whipping To reach the finals the time. school left her without the
"I was extremely pleased
Falcons had to first dispose of fundamental skill, but she's A Computerized .
with the girls' efforts and en Alphabetical Index of the landowners
Callahan which they did 99- improved and her shooting Is also Included making It possible to local any
thusiasm. We to get
81. In the second round it took hope touch is pretty good now. She 'landowner shown on the maps In seconds
the Starke squad three overtimes -
Introducing stronger as the season progresses really presses the startersin Based on aerial surveys all ownership data Is obtained
to beat Tallahassee 121- and reach oiV practices and always gives from the official public records at the Court houle.AVAILABLE'AT .
115.Balanced near the district, regional Peak her best."
scoring by: the state meets," said Jerry A biology major and a ,
Falcons severely hurtLawtey's McGriff, Bradford High girls' Dean's List student. Miss BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE
championshiphopes. track coach. Harper is currently con- o/o Janet Turner
1 sii Courthouse
Jimmie Aldridge
the fieldas
sidering veterinary
r !ISIarke. Florida 32091
e. tallied 30 points followed by Team scores- 1)) Ocala a profession. She said she Phone 904 64.7375
Raymond Blye with 21, Elva Forest, 73; 2)) BHS, 69; 3)) / chose Westhampton College
Hampton 14 and Alvin Green Gainesville Buchholz, 57: 3)) 1 yllkla..r. mainly because of a family BRADFORD COUNTY 4.H OFFICE
came off the bench to score 14. Gainesville Eastside 51; 4)) tradition "both of my sisters e/o Lowell. Box PerllhP.O. loja
Lawtey's scoring was led by St. Augustine, 19. ..... ,. t came hereand my father wentto County Agricultural Building
Emmett Bright with 24. Curtis Long Jump- 1)) Williams ," "' the University of Rich- Starke. Florida 32O9I
White pumped in 17. GE, 15'8"; 2)) Link B, IS'l'/V'; / 'fl mond," she said. Phone 04 964-6SS4
Falcons 121: -Tallahassee 115 3)) Scott,SA, 1411";4)) Wright ., .a:-- How does she feel about the ROCKfOKD MAP PUSLISHtHS. Int.
r : The Falcons advanced to OF. 14'7"; 5)) Tefertiller, GB team? "It's great..everybodyis tilt Itinl Vitw **mi. f 0 lit HH
the finals of the 9th Annual 14'5"; 6)) Thornton GE, Judy Harper daughter or having fun,'and that adds a /1".,..". 1/1./ ., tills
and L.
Rev Mrs.
'" Reno Invitational by beating 14'2'/2". George lot to the team as well"
." \. Tallahassee in three over High Jump- 1)) Brightman, lUrper.
-," times 121115. GE 4'10"; 2) Dunlap, GB, _un_nnn_______ .
. : .1" ..'. t' ., \., Leading the way offensivelywas 4'8"; 3) Ormsbee B, 4'8"; 4))
.:: : ; :. .. ,L..: .\ ."l s ,11- Elva Hampton with 28 MylesGB,4'4V;; McNeal.) Goy:
points. Oliver Crum and Abie B, 4'416); ) Wright OF, 1111T
George Robert Williams followed with 22 4'4'V. :

each. Also and, Jimmie Aldridgehad 12. 110 Low Hurdles 1)) Tefer- 111\11\1\ \ I 1\1\ 111\1\ 1111111I illllllil III II III 1111 11I11 11I1111 llllllilllillllllllllllll\
17 Raymond Blye
tiller GB, 168; 2)) Anderson.
George PrivettNew Keith Larbo and Tom OF, 17.4; 3)) Wright, OF 18.0; FABRIC SHOPS
Jackson tried valiantly to 4)) McRay OF, 18.2; 5)
combat the Falcon scoring Rhiner SA 18.9; 6)) Bright- picatheFABRIC
but to no avail. However man GE, 190. ciop
With I
Pest Control Operator Larbo pumped in an amazing Mile Run- 1)) Eble OF

Bowen's Pest Con trol.Robert 56 points, while Jackson 5:48: ; 2)) Marshall OF 5:51.6: ;
HopesHis contributed 26. 3)) Griffith, B, 5:52.6: ; 4) II
Customers Will Show George The Falcons 99-Callahan 81Starke's Richardson B, 6:05: ; 5) FAVORITES I
Falcons easily won Mattos GE, 6:17.: I
Same Courtesy And KindnessTJiet've in the first round of the 9th Shot Put- 1)) Berry; B.

Annual Reno Invitational 35-4H: 2)) Brightrnan GE. --. .. -.
Shown Him In The Past. Basketball Tournament 32'73.4''! .; 3)) Jones, SA, !
defeating Callahan 99-81. 31'10''x'1: ; 4)) Dunlap, GB,
George Is A Responsible Pest Control Pacing the hot Falcon at- 30'7'j";; 5) Anderson, OF,
tack was Raymond Blye with 29'8'V; 6)) Baker, SA 29'1:'". '
Operator With Over Years Pest 32 points followed by ElvaHampton's tt 100% POLYESTER
17. Discus 1)) Baker SA,
Control Experience Callahan was led by Will 95'9"; 2)) Dunlap GB, 90'9"; "GREA-AS-EVER"
James with 46 and Gus 3)) Berry, B, 85'4"; 4))
Give George Or Robert A Call Williams who canned 18. Brightman, GE, 84'4"; 5)) ff1 DOUBLEKNIT PRINTS

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Heights 6.1.Friday 5J IYD.
March 11, BHS will .
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Gainesville Eastside in a
home match. s_ -

LADIES LADIES x BHS 3-Clay High :

BLOUSES JUMPSUITSWere eynn Pierce got the Big Red
off to a smooth start winning
60. To "7" '
Were 160. To 24"Now
8-5 in the number one singles. _
Now Pierce volleyed well and _
i placed the ball effectively all

$400 to $475 $1200 to $1 800 I over many the points.court, which scored

"Pierce played one of her
best matches said Melba
9 BOY'S Howard BHS girls' tennis ,
coach. y w f r O Jv r
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PANTSJR. ) However, in the next two
matches the Tornadoes lost by
identical 8-4 scores. Pam i" ,(f.
I ....-:: Minor FlawsMEN'S PANTSUITS Tucker lost in the number two l l ttIIQe0 i r ,
4-" srw \ 4 k 1 i i,5
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I. NOW away though. The numberone
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LONG LADIES SLEEVESMOCK LADIES Bradford High girl netters 1 .79YARD .77

I SKIRTS easily matches won Thursday all five afternoon singles

: TOPSReg.'S'O March 3, against Keystone

$400Now Heights High and took a 6-1 .....,.... .
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$ 25 To MO0 To| Country Club courts.
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Now 3 Now $750 BHS'In the Lynn number Pierce one singles overwhelmed 11I11! '. II( x'"J;::);111 I III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII; lllillillllHill'

the Indians' ace by- .. .
an 8-1 count. Pierce used a ......-
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lazy lobs to keep her opponent I

MANUFACTURERSOpen off points.stride and score numerous FIil&I =' :aLLllilfl: !. it: t U 1i.L:

The number two singles saw : & 11I11
Pam Tucker of the Tornadoes
Week Days Lake Butler Fla. blank her competition 8-0. She 301 S. Snooo,ng Center Starke, Fid.
Free Remnants did it with vicious
mostly tht
9:30 5:30
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Chris Fernsler However, In the bottom of the game open with a 13 run in the third two in the fourth, The top of the fifth inning KO
BCT Sports Writer the first the Tornadoes blew attack Sylvia Jenkins three in the fifth and one in the found Baker County High HEALTHIER

picking up one run, their last
Bradford Softball
High girls'
of the game.With an error and
team displayed a 21 hit attack two
singles the Wildcats OmHo
Monday afternoon against _
changed the score to 92.
Ocala Vanguard High and won -"n"-'"""" 1r However the bottom half LAWN '
going away 30-3( at Starke'sWestside of the fifth the Tornadoes' bats 11 1uprlRewre
Park. ?e
erupted again Dora Triest row rre t
The win ups BHS' record to started the
Big Red fireworksby
20. In the first of the
game ,
hustling all the to their

year Tornadoes Thursday nipped afternoon Baker, the base baseman on an,who error was by way attempting the first SAVE MONEY TOO! t ; 1

County High 109. IIiINP M to catch a high fly. Then Weed
pop _
1.
Today (Thursday, March Sylvia Jenkins singled, &Feed NOW IS THE TIME TO FEED YOURLAWN ; .
10)) the Big Red will see action
in the third BHS OItTHO
knocking run.
:.: again, as they take on Gainesville Dana Dyal reached base on an & PLANTS BACK TO I"
Eastslde at 4 p.m. in error and Danese Dicandio HEALTHY GROWTH ,
.. Gainesville. P.K. Yonge of 1 h singled in the fourth run to cut Lawn I"
Gainesville will be the opposi- ,. M1 the Wildcat advantage to 94. Food WITH ORTHO AT SAVINGS
tion Tuesday, March 15, with Dora Triest, Bradford High
: game time 4 p.m. on the Blue in the
pitcher came out sixth -St. Augustine WEED and FEED
Wave field. and held the Wildcats where ,'
they were, at 9-4. creatingmore '
BIIS.Vcala Vanguard hope for Tornado fans.It 21-4-4 For St. Augustine And Centipede Lawns; 45 ,

was very important that Controls & Prevents Certain Weeds And Supplies $6 \ "
; Ocala Vanguard started the Triest did not allow the Wild
:' game as though they would be : : cats to score in the top of the A Full Feeding Reg ,7t j jDRTHO
the ones that would do the ; sixth because in the bottom of
romping, scoring three quick W ."'" "der K. the sixth the Big Red pushed -ORTHO-GRO BAHIA WEEDFEEDUse :
in the first mee
runs inning. Kelly h t r four and ORTHO
r across runs got to J.
Simons singled to start the within one run of Baker s",;;;", On Bahia Bermuda Zoysia Lawn ,
Inning. but she was forced at > '," 9-8. t.a-: '
i County High
t
SYSTEMIC Grasses Kills Weeds Full Feeds $820 f
second on Shelia Farmer's ., Susan Blalock started the
fielder's choice. Kasey Rhems \ ,:" 4er. 'i r. Tornado rally by recording an Reg.egee :
smacked a home run bringingin .SS irfS M' infield single, which was followed ROSE
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two runs. Then singles by .-, >: by Emma Murphy'swalk ORTHO LAWN FOOD
Karen Lewis and Cindi and Sylvia Jenkins FLOWER ,4

Washington and an error single that loaded the bases. 24.4.8 FORMULA USED BY TURF EXPERTS t
brought home the third run of Bradford High's Dora Tries connects on a pitch during the Tornadoes 10-9 triumph over Baker Then Cassandra Johnson CARE
the inning. County" High of Macclenny.Tried punched out two singles In the contest. singled, sending the fifth and For Roses TO BUILD A GREEN HEALTHY TURF ,

,- sixth runs home. Frances Flowers Shurbs & Treats Treats '
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singled Cassandra Johnson sixth for the one-sided 30.3victory Coltrane hit $1940
walked and Emma Murphy single, driving in the third run House Plants. 5000 $640 ',? 10.000. JLfc Reg. 14"
Opening Fri. March 11 BITS 10.Baker 9 of the inning and an error Controls Sucking Sq. ,j
knocked in the first two BHS' Sq. Ft.
committed by the Wildcat B
Running 2 Divisions Of Cars: runs with another single. from The an BHS 8-0 deficit girls fought after three back first baseman on a hard Insects Up To Six
s
After this the Big Red was innings Thursday afternoon grounder let in the eighth BUS Weeks Plus Full CHLORDANE SPRAY ,:
Late Model &
Hobby nearly unstoppable. Amongthe Baker run, moving the score to alight
against County High
inning's eleven other runs and won their first ever, 9-8. Ttb9.g $449 GallonSpecial Pint
Admission M00 Adults game
I Gates Open 4 P.M. that were scored, Susan The final inning saw Tries $2250 $449'Canister
10-9( in a contest played at 18'
I To 12 Reg
,1M Children| 6 Blalock and Frances Coltrane Starke's Westside Park. set Baker County High downin Reg 5"
I First Race 8 P.M. Free under e produced run scoring singles, Susan Blalock scored the order and the Big Red bats
14 miles South Of Lake City On 441 At 1-75 while Coltrane also socred on winning run in the bottom of go to work for the last time, FREE
a steal of home, which recorded which was all they needed.
the seventh when she stole HOUSE PLANT FOOD
Columbia County Speedway the 13th run. home. Fayonne Hawkins began the
The Tornadoes added six to left field.
inning by singling
ORTHOGARDEN
Elllsville Fla. 3/10-3/31 more runs in the second, fiveCooper's The Wildcats got their bats However, Terri Parrish then \ Ready To Use Just Add Drops To Soil And Water In i
going early in the ,
very game
hit into fielder's choice
..1 U - as they led by the end of the Susan Blalock a generated new BOOKS (!._ For All House Plants
first inning 3-0. Baker County j
Tornado hopes with a single, 50z-
& High started the three run explosion which was followed by Sylvia 21 10 Oz.
Nursery $1NURSERY
by having the first two Jenkins' that sent home 69C
single Reg. 'P'
batters reach base by errors. lORIDA Reg 11 1 1"
the tying run at 99. Shortly
Cindy Clark followed with a
to left field, in after Susan Blalcok heroicly
Landscaping single knocking stole home and the Big Red pEST \
the first run of the game. Then took a 10-9( victory. ONTROI & GARDEN CENTER
Carolyn Dugger punched an-
little at ;
"We were a nervous
other Tornado into left
pitch
2111 N. TEMPLE 964-8104 first. However, it was good to f IOr.r.arks-ce+n.evrn.rb.rsT.tvw
field for a single, scoring the see the (BHS) comeback be AIoo''OCOkl.c.tal.I.'olat..o.La..C.: : ., 539 C=. Call St. Starke .
B'J A Blest second run. Sherry Thomas cause it will show them to Stark' .Jacksanmll, .St.Auguitm.TallohaiiM

J got third on error base and by in the the inning's processthe never give up," said Greg c.-&o.& .............'"'c.nw.I s..Ie.'A""ROAST .. .
GERANIUMS third run scored. Alvarez, Bradford High :'
.
Baker County High struck ,j"sortbaA goach t '
for three more runs in the :
98s fT second inning to their
push
.. lead to 6-0 Susan Yarborough BEEF MEAL IS
reached first base by an error,
Lynn Watts doubled, sendingthe
VEG. ANNUALS fourth run home.

PLANTS drive Elizabeth double Raynor to left hit a field line, A DEAL
6 tk. Tnf scoring Watts with the fifth FOR ONLY 1.

run for a 5-0 lead and Chris
2/19 49CPEAT Methyin singled: in Raynor,
making the score 6-0 Wildcats.In .

the third inning the rwp

Bri & BUMROSES !I. MMMAZALEAS Wildcats went to work again,
as they pushed across two
runs to increase the score to 8-
0. In this inning Sherry
HUMUS Thomas singled, Chris
t 0.1. Methyin tripled sending r ;
Par e.. $349 $ 79 Thomas home,and Carol West + .,
$119 .. c.. 1 singled in Methyin for a %
BAt whopping 8-0 advantage.
Bradford High finally
started on the comeback trailin !
the home half of the fourth .
10-10-10 1 Bag $329 APPLES inning. Frances Coltrane '

doubled, Dana Dyal singled,
.+ :#
which sent Coltrane home
FERTILIZER' SoIl. with the first BHS run, S
; $629 $750 making the score 8-1, Terri
Co Pa wish drew a walk, and .
.
Carol Hall's.fielder's choice ; #-
sent Parrish home with the f A
PERSIMMONS $750 LANDSCAPING second Tornado run of the
I inning. Two runs was all the .
5 fill. Cm FREE ESTIMATES Big Red scored this inning, ,
but they did cut the Wildcat
advantage down to 82.


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1 BHS Nine Edged: 21LC I ORi uiz
A ------z

Edges 1-0 By BUS starting pitcher Kevin Bunn I [- LEGAL -JI.

Bradford High starting stroked a triple to right field, .
pitcher Richard Hall only which seemed to roll forever,
gave up five hits Friday after-- scoring Milton with the I

noon against Columbia High winning run.Bradford w a
h whose address Is P.O. Box 272, available upon request from the
High's real
but one of them was a long only .
offensive threat occurred In Hampton, Florida 32044. The office of the Administrator.
triple, which drove in the only _
R A name and address of the personal The Bradford County Hospital '.
the of the fourth when
run of the game, as the Big top IjV Corporation reserves the right to
representative's attorney
in Lake muscular Jeffrey Jockelsmackea'a ;
Red lost 1-0 City. and all bids and/or
double, the Big are set forth below.All reject any
scored in having claim" or quotations or to waive any minor
The lone run was Red's only hit of the game. persons
p
the sixth inning. ColumbiaHigh's However, Jockel was never I demands against the estate are technicality or Informality In the

Jay Milton drew a walk advanced from second base, ddd fA PISTOL nn MARAVICH 1108.0$1 required, WITHIN THREE bids or quotations received.

from BHS' Richard Hall and ending the BHS hopes of a _,,,'"' rx i TIll AI.LTIME COUE68 SCORING MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF Bids will be opened during the
then with two outs Tiger AVERAGE' RECORD Of 44.1 PUBLICATION OF THIS meeting of the Board of
score.
POINT.. PER ....M!!. WHOSE\ NOTICE, to file with clerk of the Trustees, 7:30: P.M. on March
RECORD DIP PITS BREAK?
above court a written statementof 17, 1977.Bradford.
1"v".rA r Js A. OSCAR ROBERTSON any claim or demand they County Hospital Car
P 0. AUSTIN CARR may have. Each claim must be in poration '
REVIVALMARCH I V C. JERRY WEST J writing and must indicate the 3/3 2tchg 310NOTICEOF ,

basis for the claim, the name
9t'UU3J2htSuv: : SHERIFF'S
and address of the creditor or his SALE

L 51; ft ;- agent or attorney, and the
t amount claimed. If the claim Is
1011 12-13 Umpire not yet due,the date when it will Notice is hereby given that I,
Reddish sheriff of
become due shall be stated. If Dolph E. as
,, claim Is Bradford County, Florida under
aysh, ,, the contingent or un
7:30: Nightly SetASA liquidated, the nature of the un- and by virtue of Writ of
Clinic
Execution, to-wit:
I certainty shall be stated. If the
.
AT :11 .1 claim is secured, the security Execution issued out of
.
_. ;" '. '..... '_ "\.". JI Umpire Clinic shall be described. The claimant County Court of Duval County,
PINE VALLEY CONG. shall deliver sufficient copies of Florida pursuant to a Final
for Russell A. Blumeof
The Recreation Department the claim to the clerk to enable Judgement
HOLINESS CHURCH will hold an umpire clinic the clerk to mail one copy to Jacksonville, Florida, and
Bradford High's Evonne Link gives the baton to Virginia Crawford in the Bradford Relays1' Thursday, March 10, at 7:30: each personal representative.All against Fredrick C. Flakes, de-
3 Miles North of Starke By Bradford Furn. Co. yard dash. The Big Red finished fourth in this event with a time of 54.1, while Gainesville's p.m. in the Old Armory. persons interested in the fendant, in the amount of
Isuchhol/ grabbed first, being clocked at 52.3. All persons interested in be- estate to whom a copy of this $446.50 together with costs of

coming a registered umpire Notice of Administration has collection.
EVANGELIST must attend. The written been mailed are required, Have seized and have In my
exam will also be given at this WITHIN THREE MONTHS possession the following des-
W.J.Dub( ) THORNTONPrayer Softball League Deadlines SetDeadlines time for those who have not FROM THE DATE OF THE cribed personal property to-wit:

taken the test.Netters. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 1964 Ford Falcon Van I.D.
NOTICE, to file any objections No. E11Th454411
For The Sick have that challengesthe As the property of the above
for entering Tuesday night March 15, deadlines with the Women at 7 Go 6-1 they validity may of the decedent'swill named defendant and that on

SPECIAL SINGING NIGHTLY teams in the Men and Women's the Women's Open Leaguewill p.m. and the Men at 8:30: p.m. the qualifications of the Monday, the 28th day of March,
Adult Softball leagueare meet at 7 p.m. Entry fees For more information con- personal representative, or the 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on
set for Tuesday night, are payable at that time. The cerning the leagues, please By Keystoneby venue or Jurisdiction pf the said day on the premises of the
EVERYONE INVITEDDAVID March 15, and Thursday Men's Open League will meetat phone the Recreation Depart. court. Bradford County Jail, I will offer

night, March 17, at the 8:30: p.m. that same night.On ment 9646792. Chris Fernsler Writer ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, for sale and sell to the highest
Recreation Department Of Thursday, March 17, the The smallest deed is better BCT Sports AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO bidder for cash in hand, the
HODGES, Pastor fice. Church Leagues will meet its than the grandest Intention.m. Bradford off six High straight boy victories nettersran FILED WILL BE FOREVER above described property of said
defendant the afore
to satisfy
BARRED.
after suffering a loss in the
number one singles Thursday Date of the first publication of said Execution.
afternoon and claimed a 6-1 this Notice of Administration: Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff
.. ...
onrK/od LOWEST GLE March 3, 1377. Bradford County, Florida
saleThursday
E On win over Keystone Heights(
;;;
ill.R MTWMM, IMltIH PRICES IN High at Starke's Pratt Street Robert Earl Smith, As Personal 3/3 4tchg 324IN

1151 .IIOII01 1 i Friday courts. Representative of the Estate of
wA17 prie.f % Pearl Gay Smith, deceased. THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
the
& 4. John Samons picked up
-v1 and
; Saturday!
; Tornadoes lone loss in the ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL BRADFORD COUNTY, I
.
rE REPRESENTATIVE: FLORIDA
number one singles, droppingthe
MervNational match 8-3 to the Indians' George H. Pierce PROBATE DIVISION
Russell Porter. Samons P.O. Drawer 1030 File Number

hustled the whole contest Starke, Florida 32091 DivisionIN
Brand Sale! through but Porter's pin point Telephone 904/964-5701 RE: ESTATE OF BERTHA

placement of shots severelyhurt 3/32tchg 3/10_ SASSE Deceased
the BHS netter's chancesof NOTICE OF
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ADMINISTRATIONTO
a victory.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
In the number two ALL PERSONS HAVING

The names you know and trust at lower-than-low prices! Kenny Tornadoes Rodrique on their started winning singles the Pursuant to Section 865.09 AGAINST CLAIMS THE OR ABOVE DEMANDS ESTATE

notice is hereby
Florida Statutes,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
*CN-. Mit.i streak he ambushed
< t > as
p SAVE 1,00 given that the undersigned,
Charles 80. Too INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: i
EAGLE Lyle many Paul H and Irene L. Faulkner,
'OANNAMIRICAROt i YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
I times
caught Lyle
l I Rodrique 206 South Water Street, Starke, the administration of the
r SHRINKS THE PRICE near the net and just lobbed estate -
Florida 32091, doing business of BERTHA SASSE deceased ,
[3 V I II 1// ON ORIGINAL LEVI'S shots points.over his head for easy under the firm name" of"FAULKNER'S File Number, is pendingin

i BLUE JEANS! The number three singles GULF Highway the Circuit Court for Bradford 4
100 and Magnolia, County, Florida Probate
t found Steve Griffis of the Big
\ 11.8O Red James Stormer Keystone Heights, Clay County, Division, the address of which is
: y whipping Florida 32666 intend to register
Bradford County Courthouse,
.,,... .. t t 82. In this match Griffis many said fictitious name under the Starke, Florida. The personal representative I
lz. ..Kwr .
a, DISCOUNT PRICE WASAnerlci's .times caught Stormer leaning provisions of aforesaid statute. ,
i of the estate is
l 'favorites Sid 1850"len's the wrong way and just hit Paul H. and Irene L, Faulkner, LORRAINE NOLES whose
iicliisni top weight cotton shots away from him.
TREATMENT A + ,. +A deirn riveted aid bar tacked it Bradford High's Chub joint owners. address is Route 1, Hahira,
ARe rot lot t 11' :. rik pnts ol strain, and st.i with tM Johnson and Terry Carverwon Dated this 17th day of February Georgia. The name and addressof
VALUE ,
f strongest thread. Curmtted-: the final two singles A.D. 1977 at Starke, the personal representative'sattorney
w over I In paw tree U they opt! Sues 21 matches. In the number four Florida are set forth below.All .
4.84- 31 Shrink to-fit jeans now It I 2/174pd! 3/10
llim.l 3 No Call Sack: Slip i H t contest Chub Johnson beat persons having claims or
that shrank U lit
SAVE 17% SAn 4,00 SAVE 2X price row97e demands against the estate are
SUPER tow DISCOUNT PRICE 1' badge!! Lee Leukel 8-1, while Terry
NOTICE OF INTENTION
required, WITHIN THREE
SADDLE UP ran SAYINGS ON 1 Carver disposed of Mike REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
29.88 3 5s.s1 O DICKIES WESTERN SKIRTS I iN II Sanders 8-2 in the number five THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF ,

WASJ.tT"DlscoUNr WAS3dt' 4. Popular$ plaids md solids n easy singles. Pursuant to Section 86609 NOTICE file
DISCOUNT PRICE PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS THIS to with the ,
Doubles the
axe poljester/cotton. MIL only 1 play saw
SIP OIL TREATMENT. IS OZ. HIGH SRAHULAR DRY CHLDRINE KWIK ROVER VINYL, It" WIDE t Tornado duo of John Samons Florida Statutes, notice is here- clerk of the above court a

Radices oil consumption, diction t IS'. 'formula keeps pool' water Protects' is it decorates list peel r. o and Kenny Rodrique sting by given that the undersignedPaul written statement of any claim
wear Helps oil do i better lob claw t simtiry, 3i ID drum", oil backlog t apply New designs Russell Porter and James H. Faulkner, 206 South or demand they may have. Each
.-.xi Stormer 9-2 in the number one Water Street, Starke, Florida, claim must be in writing and
.A; 1 match and Chub Johnson and 32091,doing business under the must indicate the basiS for the
SIIIA/ANU4 SUPER IUY! Steve Griffis of the Big Red firm name of "FAULKNER claim the name and address of
"t beat Charles Lyle and Lee REALTY," 126 South Water the creditor or his agent or
.I ;. ," \ sushi r, DICKIES SM f E/SET WORK Leukel 8-4 in the second con Street, Starke, Bradford attorney, and the amount
y I PUTS WITI SOIL RELEASE I frontation. County, Florida, 32091, intendsto caimed.! If the claim is not yet

VALUE PLUS! register said ficitious name due, the date when it will be-
under the provisions of aforesaid come due shall be stated. If the
Ali 3. QQ Diesel Fuel Up statute. claim is contingent or un-

VALUE PLUS! SAYE 21X SAYE 23% V V DISCOUNT PRICE WASL4% Paul H. Faulkner owner liquidated, the nature of the uncertainty -
SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE Com and |il 'eml! Easy cm. MKOI Will Cost Power Dated this 24th day of shall be stated. If the
CONVERSE RASKETDAll SHOES cotton/polyester blend work February, A.D. 1977 at Starke, claim is secured, the security
9 9 e 1.3 7 6 HUE A SUPER PRICIRO PLAY pants mult ID list by Dickies a Florida shall be described. The claimant

SUPER lOw DISCOUNT; PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS ).Ir DISCOUNT PRICE WASjW Cams ashM.Shthbregs.Meishl2.uppers, wedge t arch priced to bi Irresistible by agio. SAVE 12% Plant $47,000lloreYear 2f'4tr.hn 3/1' shall deliver sufficient copies of

CDMOIITCARIURETOR CLEANER SYLVANIA" MASICURES. 1-PAX SCRIPTO MIGHTY MATCH Sues 2142.C NOTICE OF INTENTION TO the claim to the clerk to enable

Deduces harmful emissions helps Work without batteries |u uteed Disposable tiitane hghtor w/ad -. 2p 1 00 / REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME the clerk to mail one copy to
cars start! latter 12 ounce can replacement II cube (ills In plash pstibli (lame No refilling necessary each personal representative.All .

DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 2/Ji4' Pursuant to Section 865.09 persons interested in the

t taE11 "s.c 1 d6 SOCK AWAY Tit SAVINOS The fifth increase since Florida Statutes, notice is here- estate to whom a copy of this
,
A- SOCKS December in the price of Notice of Administration has
MEN'S STRETCH that the
'? ON by given undersigned
COEiI ii
jgjpfkS r diesel fuel was termed "bad been mailed are required,
Ttitratued "nylon Heps its skapt, Bernard F. Huffington Bradford
r. ; ,J. !s1 stretches to lit" sites 1013. news" by clerk Merrill Ed- Park, Lot 31, Starke, Florida WITHIN THREE MONTHS
l I SAYE 13% .. wards at the Starke Council 32091, doing business under the FROM THE DATE OF THE
;
March FIRST PUBLICATION OF
meeting 1. firm of "PASTRY THIS
I iL name SHOP,
: 3.44' I NOTICE, to file any objections
sCAN 138 East Call, Starke Bradford
Edwards said the increaseto
have
NON they may that challengesthe
County, Florida 32091, intendsto
DISCOUNT PhI 37 cents per gallon, up one
SAYE 20% SAYE 23% SAVE LOX \\-t MEN'S NOPSACK CASUALS- eI cent from the last meeting, register said fictitious name validity the qualifications of the decedent'swill of thepersonal

COOL COMFORT/COOL PRICE / would mean an increase to the under the provisions of aforesaid
representative, a the
I 1.97 66e 1.97 Springy crepe soles, wishable hopsack p> u n city of about $47,000 annually. statute.Bernard F, Huff venue or jurisdiction of the
Asst. colors.112. -- ington,
DISCOUNT PRICE wMf..r DISCOUNT PRICE WASJDE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS iW / oppers. ,3 07. A suggestion to keep a close owner. court.

PETM TICK I FLU COLLAR CAF 121-12 COLOR FILM OATH SUE CANNON TOWELS aAVr Darr rEUe check on what it cost the cityto Dated this 17th day of ALL CLAMS DEMANDS,
haranteed to kill lleas I ticks up Instant!lotting cartridge.! 12 tIp CiloiM. absorbent cotton terry, mrMrM S i purchase power from February, A.D. 1977 at Starke AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
t.4 months or your moRey back1' 126 20 cartridges was 127, 170 generous 22i42" solids t prints. Florida Power and light was Florida. FILED WILL BE FOREVER

made by commissioner Joe 2/17 4tpd 3/10 BARRED.
VALUE PLU J Warren. He said before pre- Date of the first publication of
paring the budget for the next NOTICE OF INtENTION this Notice of Administration:
they needed to be awareof REGISTER March 10, 1977.
year FICTITIOUS NAME
IF TIE IOIM COTTON
3 97 INIERWEAR FRNIT FOR MEN A MYSMEN'S projected increase in the Lorraine Notes, As Personal' Re-
cost of fuel. presentative of the Estate. of
SUPER SOW DISCOUNT PRICe Pursuant to Section 865.09
VALUE PlU3! rowd or Vnect 'ShlrtlJUIS Bertha Sass Deceased.
1 THAT CAN TAKE WHAT ..313. athletic skirts 341 Florida Statutes, notice is hereby
ATTORNEY FOR
PIT THEM TRROIUI! briefs' .:. 141 Hurts ", 413, given that the undersignedPaul PERSONAL
VALUE PLUS'I.'U! com tame Iron lilt playgrttRd all.. .packages 0(3( sizes S.M.lit LEGAL H. and Irene L Faulkner, REPRESENTATIVE:
SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE igiiR t agM. ,."' III. ROTS' tall neck 'Sktl .. 206 South Water Street, Starke, Mack S. Futch
3 9 6 19 S S 29 2.11 NMh. 1.43, sun ILL Florida 32081, doing business P.O. Drawer.. 1030
HER'S HEAVY-DUTY 0" WORK STEEL SHOES TOES WITH .'k' 3/PU. IN BRADFORD THE CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY FOR under the firm name of "PLAZA Starke, Florida 32091
SUPER IOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PUCE WAS MI, DISCOUNT PRICE WAS.331 LODGE MOTEL 2306 Telephone: 964-5701
Ghoul toodyc welt til resistant a FLORIDA North
3$" ROUND PLASTIC POOL GEMINI OUTDOOR TV ANTENNA HEINOUS ALUMINUM FOIL soles lor eitri, sality 112 PROBATE DIVISIONFile Temple, Starke Bradford
Tel tM kids t. cool it'' tongh. to Cempleti HisttllitiM ,,,1. swept 25 si It roll. 12" wide, nil tempered ", r Number 77-66-CP County, Florida 32091, Intend to 3/102tchg 317NOTICE
teak constriction is safe dwablo wing deiign 'for best reception. ,lor llenble, strength tpdhI lL pvAahl Sa Division register said fictitious name "
_.... M43 !I OF INTENTIONTO
I SAVE 27X OT .IICOLOII ri= +a'ur ( IN RE: ESTATE OF PEARL GAY under the provisions of aforesaid
.. statute. REGISTER SAID FICTITIOUS
......," -' UTE GLOSSENAMEL ) SMITH, Deceased
STICK WITHSONIO .7/ NOTICE OF Paul.' and Irene L. Faulkner, NAME
1 EPOXY ...- PAINT. Np1l1EMll ADMINISTRATIONTO joint owners. Pursuant to Section 865.09
I't'll H GLUE, I OZ. a1; SAVE 21% ..... .1 .. vIa Dated this 17th day of Florida Statutes, notice is
3 94 I 1s ALL PERSONS HAVING February A.D. 1977 at Starke, hereby given that the undersigned

..... 9ge L_;"';;..' DISC PRice ROI2ENA SKIH CREAM. 10 02. f. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Florida. 2/17 4tpd 3/10 Earl R. and Shirley

.....,.0: ......... WASJ.2f' WAS SHE 23% SAn 21% it VUBfWS! AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Boone, Route 2, Box 161-C
1 3 9 32091
JW' AND ALL OTHER PERSONS 'INVITATION TO BID Starke Florida doing
SAVE 11"
.irxJ-the firm of
f business : name
1 nlUT II I MISS RHECK t SAVE 23% 283.00 1.96 1.96 INTERESTED YOU ARE HEREBY IN THE NOTIFIEDthat ESTATE: Sealed bids and/or quotationswill "BRAD'; :i.1SEPTIC\i TANK!

TANK !.' HAIRSPRAY j SIRE ROLLONAmPERSPIRANT DISCOUNT PAIDIWASJL3J1 DS000NTPI1CEWA5344, SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE the administration of the estate be received in the office of SERVE 'outs 2, Box 161-r
FDEL REFILL lilt.PNOPANE 1 the Starke.. 'iradford Count
s II MANOR JOT I SHOW OFF umi! 'M i MISSES'. POLYESTER SHORTS of Pearl Gay Smith, de Administrator. Bradford
OZ.
1 3 8 79 C 1.1 OR SEAHFRSE. NYLON CADIS KNIT NALTER COMPUTE YOUR CASUAL LIRE ceased. File Number 77-66-Cp, County Hospital, 922 East Call Florida,i..W.: Intend to regis! I.
i 938 stntckts' ,tor is Street, P.O. Box 1060 Starke, said fictit.Mw name under rr.
f;: Popnlar ityfcn. Mot $stretc Stretchy I took nyta. dutllq LOOK ptfrtsttr a pending in the Circuit Court
WAS J1' WASJI tu-n, 21 Ut" Strap hlrMlkMi.324a. 1 1. C. 'laslNN.. elves. Mnset' S. N. L snweth M. Ant cKors.' III fa Bradford County, Florida, Florida, :32091, until 5:00 P.M., provision. l1! at irrsaid statute
WAS Probate Division, the addreas of March 17, 1977 on the following: Earl R. w Mhirley: Boone

CONVENIENT ..fe.clt Peg.aKin0e SUPer d 101aa : which'Is Bradford County Courthouse 1 Phototimer, Including; joint owner.
312 Madison St. Mounting Bracket, Wiring Harnesses -. Dated the 10ih" clay of March,
Starke Florida. The
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 1 per '
964.7513 CIGARETTES 56EAGLE.THE *4" !!tore 4"carton sonal representative of the and Installation A.D. 1977 at St''''a, Florida.
Open daily 3 til 9 Sunday 'til 6 General specifications ere 3/10 4tpd 331F'
estate is Robert Earl Srrrth

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LEGAL CLASSIFIED AD RATES' 1 FOR SALESWIMMING A LABELS? Bay .a Dymo.Tb. E FOR RENT i MOTORCYCLES 3 I HOMES FOR SALE It's HereIn Hey Ladiesabout
Label maker from ua at

Deadline for Insertion Office Shop. your newspaper. that sewing

NO1 i it OF IN TENTION1U Tuesday Noon preceding POOLS ---- ----- -- FOR RENT -- 40 x 60 Block 1974 TRIPLE KAWASAKI 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 Where you can fin. the machine. la It workingO.K. "

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Thursday before deluxe nbova ground PIANO Baldwin Building 12' Celling. Ideal 400 one n"D.r. lowmileage acrea with 2 rental mobile beat buys anywhere oa .? And your vacuum

publication. aluminum and steel poole Acraaonlo console. Excellent for moat any bualneia. very clean with homes all for $35OOO. new and uaad furniture, cleaner, baa It got good
condition. 900. Phone after Starke (250 appliances, antiques, ..suction If not we can
Pursuant to Section 865.09 ((3h reposaeaaed by bank area. per month. many extraa. 1700 or beat Some owner financing.
6 weekenda. 475- Phone 964-5606. Umpi rug., jewelry, pot., make them work like new
or
will sacrifice. Phone collect p.m. TF/Chg offer. Phone 9646678. 3/3 Phone 964-8253 after 4
Minimum
12.00 p.m.
Florida Statutes notice Is hero- Charge
((9041-398-5103 d. 20O6. Itpd 3/10 3tpd 3117SUZUKI pans, diebea bedding- W. have 24 ,.ar. ex
or
that the (Covers 15 Words) 2/3 TF/Chg
from
try given undersigned evenings. 3/3 TF/Chg Everything soup to perience. All work

Lawrence and Thelma Each word over 15 PIGS FOR SALE nine FOR RENT 12 foot wide 4 YEAR OLD BRICK nut. A good place to guaranteed 8 yeara In

Dorrough, Route 2, Box 124-B, It cents LIFETIME MO'rOR HOME ...... old. Phone 473-2736.- mobile hone outsIde city and atreet- 1976.bike.400 Lowmileage dirt HOME 3 BR, 2 bath carpet br...... You'll find garden same location. All
Umlta. Phone 964-6114 tools lawn tillers .
estimates free. W.m.k.
or mowara are
CH/A. 4
utility
Florida 32091 3/10 room
Starke doing 1974 Upd condition.
A/C P/S P/B. good
473-4777. TFchgOLIN'S edgers, household Items, house calls
All Classified Ads or
must __ milea north of Starke off 301.$29,000.Phone you
under the firm .
business of"DOROCRAFTS7
200 mO. .
name awning, generator, $7,000. 800. Phone 782- ...
.IDC m.cbID.O. vacuum bring them to the abop.
be paid for In advance unless SUBDIVISION 9646915. 2/3
Phone 473-3775. 3f8x35 3140. 3/
GE REFRIGERATOR
on SR 100 Itchg Itpd
__ cleaners for sale or rant. Which I. 104 E. Macclenoy
21B Starke Bradford you have an yellow, good condition 3yeara 1/2 acre lots, 130 per month TF/Chg
near SUZUKI' OF MAKKE Parts and repalra on all Ave. right there In or
established account with COACHMAN, old. 100. Phone 964- water and aewage furnished.For ----
Florida Intend model. make them
County, 32091 to Your authorized Suzuki wo sew, Macclenny Town next
the Telegraph. In that TRAILER like new, 8240. Itchg" 3/10 Information call Mark MOBILE HOME older
said fictitious wo make them vacuum. door Hall. Phone
register name dealer Phone 904-6020. 1640S. to City ua
event $1 extra charge for (.,500. Phone 964-6691,2/11 Olin Olin's Mobil. Home model, excellent condition. Find all this and much
toll free 259-6642. Aak
-
under the provisions of aforesaid Walnut South In
100 ((301
310STEREO Salee, Highway West,
4tpd Beat otter. Phone 964-8420.
billing. Not responsible for 1968 COBIA BOAT 17 more at Wbolaaale Die- for BUI Mitchell. We
statute. Starke. No pete pleaae. s"t .!1:.....!!'!! IL_ 31 or
Lawrence and Thelma errors when given over the have 2 (250 feet trl-hull In good condition Phone 964-5608. 1/13 2/24 2tchg count Store, 104 W. work on all makes and

phone or when copy Is not each. Range 197. Color TV 65 HP Evlnrude motor) 1973 YAMAIIA 125 Endure Macclenny Ave. Next doorto mod.I.. Tell your friends
Dorrough, Joint owners. typed and brought to the 221. Phone 4733775. Itchg" electric .winch now tires; TF/Chg_ ---.- excellent condition. 250. BRICK HOME three bedrooma City Hall In Macclenny, too.
Dated this 17th day of office 3/10 ph... 4733046. Itpd 3/10 FURNISHED BRICK Home Phone 964- 360. Itchg" 3/10 Plnebreeio Subdl- Fla. Call toO free 1-259- 1

February A.D. 1977 at Starke, vlalon. 121.000. Phone 964- 6642. Aak for BUI or Itpd 3-10
on Lake Geneva 200 feet
7467. 3/10
Florida. MOVING EVERYTHING lakefront. Prefer mature 1974 SUZUKI 90 dirt oratreet Itchg Mitchell.

2/17 4tpd 3/10 QUEEN SIZE MATTRESSand MUST GO Including adulta. Phone Mra. Hopper bike, new condition.
box aprmga In excellent appliancea, furniture, Jacksonville. 7846041. 3/10 1400 milea, 1200. Phone 782. NEW HOME 3 BR. 2 Itp 3-10 o

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR I LOST AND FOUND condition. (75 for both or clothes. Saturday 12 noon. 2tchg 317SMALL 3848. 3/10 2tchg' 3/17 bath, carpet CH/A corner '
BRADFORD COUNTY best offer. Phone 533-2300. Phone 964-5157. Itpd 3/10 lot, by school. In Keystone e; \:) "" ,:

Itpd 310ALUMINUM W.W. Cox Building Con .
FLORIDACIVIL WINDOWSSingle TRAILER for AUTOMOBILESFOR tractor. Phone 4734931. : '. 11
ACTION LOST terrier black, COUCH AND CHAIR SALE one or two people partially L SALE 3/10 'l'FChgMOBILE '
CASE NO.7759IN male, 9 ..oe". old. L..t aces hung and awnlnga. 36 169.95 up Dahmer'a furnished. water included. t : ft I' :;

RE The of ED- In Hampton 2/28 with x S (8.50t 30 x 27 Discount. 2/3 TF/Chg Graham, 4851987. No collect HOME 12x60 truiiltrgar
: Marriage
'IHOi 18 52 $15.50 46 CHEVELLE WAGON
a ; .
.
bedroom. '.
mother dog. Named call.. 3/10 2tpd 3/17 1973 Regent two '
rJf
WARD WALTON, Husband, x 52 27.00 MANY 1972. clean for
; good car 3/10 '
Phone 964-7976.
Smokey, weighs 4 pound., Itchg <
and BETTY LOU WALTON, chad's pet. Reward phone OTHER SIZES. BAR.GAIN SWIMMING POOL SAC. $1,500. Also Apache fold- ,,t< : G REALTY I '
Wife. 468-1856. CEN'IER 301 South tlnchg RIFICE leading. manufacturer MOBILE HOME 12x60 down camper 900. Phone v//
ltpd 3/10 one-half mile aouth of Starke BLOCK HOME three "
NOTICE OF SUIT and distributor has deluxe 485-1746 alter 5 p.m. Itchg :;
VEGETABLE PLANTS aluminum pool. leftover oa US 301. Phone 964186.Itpd 3/10 bedrooms, I bath 616 Pinewood G.r /,

FOUND diaper bag, cabbage tomato. pepper; from 1976 .e..on.. 1/2 310UNFURNISHED Drive S800 down and f- F
1
TO: EDWARD WALTON, C/O vicinity of Alton and Edwards also geraniums; D.A. Rlgga, price, guaranteed Installation FORD PICK-UP 4 wheel take over low FHA pay \ -'- .

JUANITA WALTON, P.O. BOX Roada. Pick up at SR 225 1 mile west of 16. and terms. Phone HOUSE- drive, 1967 completely re- menta, or S14.700 total. I

211, RICHLAND, GEORGIA, 1105 ButkrRond.Upd 3/10 Phone 964-5454. 3/10 2tpd collect ((904)) 3845156. three bedroom In city built Phone 964-6691.new paint 2/17$2MX 4tpd( Phone 9645836. 3/10 2tpd Cecella Terwillegar

3/17 TF/Chg not far from BIIS. Inquire at 3/10 3/17

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an LOST-female, cream tabby SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR G.E. WASHER and 119 North Walnut Street, In 3 BEDROOM BRICK HOME PREFERRED PROPERTIESAntique
-
Action for Dissolution of eat, very large. Disappeared Starka. 3/10 TF/Chg 1974 PINTO two door 4
SALE 10 percent above electric Harvest 2 bath CII & A/C acre
dryer. gold,
approximately 2 weeks ago.Reward .p.ed.lo.. mileage, like new brick home with CH&A downtown 15x20
Marriage has been filed againstyou coat. Olln'a Mobile Homo excellent c o n dI- lot, I mile from Starke,
and you are required to offered. Phone 964- Service. Highway 100W, Uoo/warranty. Almost new. THREE MOBILE HOMES One owner. Phone 9646505. Highway 230 E. Carpet cue- carpeted LR separate DR. eat-in kitchen

serve a copy of your witten defenses 5758.or 9645196. Itpd 310k Starke. Phone 964- 606. (375 each for both. Phone 2 BR with front kltchena 3/10 2tpd!.'! 3/17 torn drapea. appliances, Frigidaire Flair range with large and small ovens, .

TF/Cbg on 1/2 acre Iota In Hampton- FHA approved. 129500. garbage disposal, refrigerator with freezer and ice- -
if any, to it on RICHARDE. 964-6488 after 5:30: Itpd 3/
villa, Hampton. Phone 468- CHEVY PICK-UP 1960 Phone 964-69JO. 2/3
TFCbgBY maker BR
WELTY, Attorney for 4 2 B with paneled family room.
2063. Itpd 3/ with rebuilt motor $250.
WATSON'S
Petitioner, whose address is 114 WANTED I HOUSE OF Phone 964-6056. 3/10 2tpd

North Walnut Street, P.O. Box of VACUUMS new vacuuma.- Many branda Used W HELP WANTED 4 TWO FURNISHED A- 3.L-! ___ OWNER 3 BR.2 bath Precious 3 BR 1 B CH&A excellent condition -

996 Starke, Florida, 32091 and machines available. Expert PARTMENTS one and 1974 CHEVELLE full brick home newly re- 798 Pratt.

file the original with the Clerk of RENTAL HOUSE In townor repalra, all makea. Parta and two bedrooma. Phone 964- power one owner 35,000 decorated double carport on ----- j

the above-styled Court on or before In country with email accessories for all vacuuma. 8071. Itpd 3/ mU... 2900. Phone 9647388 nice lot, many extras Phone We have some of the finest investment properties

March21, 1977, otherwise a acreage. Will be openingnew Built-in central vacuum LADY qualified to teach after 5 p.m. Itchg 9648630. NO REALTORS available in this area -we do not advertise them or
PLEASE. 3/3 3/10
Dullness In Starke. 2tpd
Judgment may be entered 1-912-285-5381. 3/10 cleaning aystems. 404 NW piano lessons. one day n HOME 2 BR. partiallyfurnished. 3/11) place signs. '

against you for the relief Phone 10th Avenue Gainesville. week. Hampton Christian Phone 964-7521. NEARLY NEW DUPLEX ----- t

demanded in the Petition. 3tehg 32"WANTED_ Phone 3767110. TF/chg Academy, phon. 468-1316. 3/3. 2tchg" ..3/10 ______ 1971 CAMARO A/C. 65' X 28' brick, central We have beautiful homes in Connerly Estates. You t
3/3 4tpd 3/24 P/S PIB. $1,650. Phone air carpet range and refrigerator have to see to compare and truly appreciate. '
WITNESS hand and the
my TO LEASE GU sroasA'u----;, 473-3775. Itchg 31' ,located 639 Epperaon
seal of said Court on the 16 day 200-400 .cre..f tillable land. 25', and 38'a sold at Dabpier's SMALL TOWN HOSPITALwith I MISCELLANEOUS! Street. Lot 93' X 185', -----
needa RN's ..DdLPN' SEE TO ORGANIZE We need 10 or 12 house for
of February, 1977. will to (250/month. 25 bed. acres plus a family with 4
Discount. 2/3
pay up TF/chg 964-7574.
.!!! THINGS Buy a Rolodex $32,500phone t.
for 3-lt and 11-7 children. t
GILBERT S. BROWN, AS Phone 964-7281. 3/10 2tpd p.m. j
Card file. Model 202 $11.50at
CLERK OF SAID COURTBy 3/17 CUSTOM DRAPERIES. p.m. shift. Need one 7-3 p.m. SARAH COVENTRY JEW. -----

: Virginia F. Darby, Deputy UPHOLSTERING AND medical nur... Will pay 10 ELRY Salee opportunity.Call 964-5764.The Office Shop phon. TFCblmTHOMAS Gorgeous home, complete with everything including ti
base for
Clerk EXPERIENCED COUPLE WALL COVERINGS our percent above pay Erma John., 964-5483 or fishing pond plus swimming pool.
WANTED to workchicken workmanship .. guaranteedIn 3-11 p.m. and 11-7 p.m. Annetta Beeille 372-4441.

2'17 4tchg 310IN farm. SlSOweekand writing! Our decorators shUts. Phone collect 496- 12/2 TF/chg Floriland L.L 4 BR home CB wlthCHplus I
but Quality 2323. Leave number for R.Byara Realty120X280' REALTY some of the best
THE CIRCUIT COURr OF living quarters furn- come too phone in Bradford
... acreage County.
Director of Nor.
lahed. Phone 4851994. 3/10 Interiors, Orange Park 269- WILL PA Y up to $50 cash 621 North Walnut St.Stork. 4"
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR.
2tchg 317WANTED 2219; Green Cove Springs 2/24 7tchg 47I _ for old c.re. Thornton's Salvage. .. Florida 32091 ----- j
CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 284-7261. 2/21 TF/Chg Phone 964-6213. 1/20 lot in countrywith 964-6162 Needed: Homes in good repair for $25,000. t

BRADFORD COUNTY Used re- TF/Chg. _. houae. in need of repairs. [formerly A.J.Tbom.. -----
.
t CASE NO. Irigeratora,. waahera*. and FOR SALE Mobil. Home MISCELLANEOUS! _, ...- '.vReal Estate) POTPOURRL .4 1 ..__, ......, ... i
Parts and OLIN'S FOR SAtEi of
All
supplies. -
types j
IN RE: The .Marriage/ of atovea in good condition. C.IID.hmn' ssassasHaiiessWaesasasasasasasasasaaaHaaBeaal ; Green Acres beauty.f fc ._
MOBILE HOME SALES. I Colored Pencils in mock at Acreage and Homes .
LEONARD ALEXANDER Discount 984- F.Delano Thomas. Demorest home near Starke Plaza.
Highway 100 West. Starke, 10 acres CB house.
The Office
CUMMINGS, Husband/- 7923. TFchgRESIDENTIAL_ _ SWAP 15' Scottlo travel Shop. Colorbrite R. .Real Estate Broker Handyman special old Green Call St.
20 acres 2 frame house. : property on ,
P.!!oj!!e9JUj5606!!: TF/chj!: !! trailer for boat of equal i I Non-Face, 20 centa each '
Petitioner, and LINDA FAYE SITE for Live in one, rent one. 533-M10 Pecan grove with 10 acres plus cozy home.
FOR SALE Diamond Phone 964-5591 rhick lead mASSOCIATES
value. colorama
CUMMINGS, Wife/Res/ swimming pool. Leading distributor opaque 31 acres, ideal fordeveloping. Small, frame home in Hampton.
needlea for any stereo over between 8:30: and 3 p.m. ;:10 cents each, and also :
...nt. nice backyard 0 --
a 247 different ones, we have 310TUNEUP
pondent.NOTICE Itpd ]Mongol colored pensils II Judith Flynn
OF SUIT 1977 - -
to display new
them all. Dahmer'a Cecelia T. Terwillegor
i cents eecb. Slop In and take IN CITY S64-83S4
NO PROPERTY model of above ground pool.
top consideration given for Discount. TFchcDriveway SPECIAL at ,> look. English Tudor 2 story Harold Eppa III 206 West Madison Avenue

prime. location. Phone collect Coaatal Oil Company 2495. brick home, very short 964-6616 Starke, Florida
TO UNDA FAYE
: CUMMINGS Phone 496-3541 or 496-2741. Steve Simmons
1904| 398-5874 d.)'. or Pipe walking distance to town.
OFFICEPHONE964.7776
, 706 Street t
Sugar Tifton ennIDS', 1/27 TF/l'bIJ Itchg 3/10 - 964-5881 7FA
Georgia. ----------- 2 frame. Lot Arthur Bruno IIOMEPHONE964.5145Mobile
I Wholesale Prices story large _ _
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat AVON CALLING To buyor MOBILE HOME enough for garden. 468-1573

an action for Dissolution of PERSONAL Phone 468-2819 sell Avon rail 715-2807 or -
Matrimony has been filed SERVICES write Lome Clyatt P.O. Box PARK 2 BR on 1/2 acT.7 Home

against you and you are requiredto or 9645738BRASESGTON TI 220 Lake City, Florida. - LONGCHAMP

serve a copy of your written TF/chg _ _ Inside City Lhnlts 3 BR, central heat and air LOTS Home and Building
CARPENTRY WORK with
Walk BmtVord stove and
defenses, if any, to It on J.J. and Havereferences. BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete SquareOrtk'wntuwn h. Materiala
painting repairs. refrlgerstor. V cry good 95 Down
WOLBERT, JR.. Attorney for Phone 964-6084 sharpening ..rvlee. condition.Vernie. I
Petitioner, whose address Is 142 2/24 TFCh.DO Cadaiae-Okfamomle circular hand carbide, Phone 46H-1551 -WEBIILD- I
130 Per
Month - -
I
S.lea ROBERTS
A Service DEOROE "Your Plata Or Ours
blade hollow
West Call Street P.O. Box 1086 chain mower All TP ch9
City ConveniencesFke
YOU NEED Septic f.S.'tumOfUHdCaTa ground and balanced. Leaveat P. Odom Your Lot Or Ours"
Starke, Florida 32091, and file tank pumping installing or Taken On Jackson Building Supply ,Police. Protection, -1 MSIIIAKE. IM. llo -FRtEESfi"TU.R.emodelnM .

the original with the Clerk of the drain line Reasonable.Phone Cadillac TmJei Starke or Keyatone Heighta. City Gaa.Vtaterand Sewer Sintered Estate Broker Real ,..North m Tsmpls isfitf Ave Ralph Bryan Repaira

above-styled Court on or before 431-1202 alter 2:30: :rI01 N.W.13 378-5301 TF/Chg Jo-Lu Motel 964-7700 STARKEFLORIOA, Additions

I March 21, 1977, otherwise a p.m.........TF/Chg. is GAINESVILLE 964.5476 Real Estate Ho..lIooght. -
judgment may be entered ANONY. NEED HOMEIMPROVEMENTS 964-8810 Pearl. Andrews. Sold Traded
ALCOHOLICS
against you for the relief demanded OR Allociatt V
MOUS Successful livingfor REPAIRS DONE? For 22 acree SR 16 Weet. ACREoGEOR SAI.E
in the Petition. people who want to fireplaces, remodeled 964-7739 High and dry with beautiful 964453Huy.

WITNESS my hand and the srop drinking and STAY kitchens, bsths, addition, trees (leo cypresal.) See

seal of said Court on this 15th stopped. Meeting Thursdayand garagee, or enclosed Before -----------] 3BR. LR. DR. Lg. Family thla on. to believe It, but 301 Sou I tit.Stark

day of February, 1977. Sunday 8 p.m. Phone Lillian C. Pearson carports. call Marcus Griflla, Well Room. Fireplace on 20 don't drag your feet 'causeit 1 II

GILBERT S. BROWN AS 9645709 or 9645434. 114Chrlatlan 413-2108.. tinehgBOOTS. You Buy A Drilling acres with barn, Graham la priced to cell at

CLERK OF SAID COURTBY Street. 1/13 12tpd Real Estate i area, term. S27.000.

Beulah 1/31 _ 2" thru 6" - - -
-s- Moody
Mobile Country Club Estates 2 Silver Sands Lake.. 3 BR

Deputy Clerk ROOFING. REMODELING STARKE I Fast Rotary lot. very reasonable.Vrw furnished house on lovely FAULKNERIBx
2/17 4tchg 310IN Neat and comforatble 2 BR
lake lot with adjoining
and
and Aluminum Vinyl
- -
Home Drilling
frame home In walking die- AT Equipment acreage available., 28000.
estimate .
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Siding. For free tance to town. Central air blk. home In town
phone 964-8349. Itpd :31 STATE LICENSED :.mil. 2K. i lit.li& \, - -
BRADFORD COUNTY. !!: :
large storage/utility, CARRADINES See Nice BR. heat and air. In
large garage, quiet area,
15500. Hampton. Priced to sell at
FLORIDACIVIL BULLDOZER WORK corner lot.
ACTION - 13500. L
land clearing, road building JUSTIN WRANGLER Pumps - -
CASE NO. 77.58 alto preparation. Phono Edward 2 BR aluminum aiding John Several commercial on - 126S.WaterSt.

Davis, Glen St. Mary, homo with separate garageon 301. Acreage, Lake Genevaarea. Starke Florida T ,

SIMMONS and WILLIE M. 12593569. 3/10 5tpd 4/7 paved road.. (13,000. Beet selection Mobile Homes or 964-5063
R.O. UsedSalesPartsService
473 3775 New & I
- Best prices. 3 ItI'b.. h.- block hou.... Owner financed Y
SIMMONS, his wife. Plaintiffs 2 BR frame with carport ..
.untitruction I.R. Family - RESIDENTIALSouthgateSI3BR
.vs- SEWING MACHINES refrigerator and stov.. When you think iloom. In town. I 1/2
1 acre mobile home lot.
FRANKLIN R. KING and LOLLIEK. repaired all makes.. Just out of city llmlta. al boota. think i' brick front. !Mce lot.
and
High dry. 2500.
KING, his wife. Defendants. cleaned, oiled and adjusted, 15000. CARRADINE'SlLEATHERSHOPI 80 ACRE FARM E-Z TermsPlumbing 9 acres p.i7u'; land - -
- -
NOTICE OF ACTION 17. Work guaranteed. James - CRAWfORD ROADApproximately reasonably priced. just oil! 21 acre. 1.320 feet of 2 BR. IB frame home In
Strickland corner Merges 8.7 acres Highway 100-S nt SR 16. N.W. of town.
R. KING, 60 excellent condition
TOFRANKLIN paved
: Road and Highway 1$. 3/10 acrepaature good high land on paved
GENERAL DELIVERY, MAIN TF/Cbl 100-A 15500. 'Find ue inth. and 20 acres cypress - road oaks and pin... drive. Thla baa a I bedroom i
- Very nice large frame
POST OFFICE, BALTIMORE, Yellow timber, fenced and 138,900 owner financing. apartment th.t will
10 acres facing SR 230 and house on corner lot In town
crossfenced. Nearly add nicely to Income.
new New - your
Pag.a. Installation
MARYLAND 21233 LICENSED ELECTRICIAN WOmen Road. loned R-l-A 3BR. 2 bathe C IH&I.large
CB brick and atone front,2 3 BR block house, built to - -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED residential, commercial.All 22000. BR home: LR baa stone garsge. FHA standards. 2 acrea. 3 BR. brick veneer home
that an action to Foreclose a work guaranteed. Free - fireplace. equipped kit. Remodeling - 24400. on approximately 2 acres

Mortgage\ on the following pro- estimate.. Phone 964-7741. LAWTEY chen w/w carpel CH/A 15.20 acre tracts high landon - with Iota of beautiful pecantreee.

perty in Bradford County, Itpd 310HENLEY_ Small 5 room frame house double carport. covered Repairs paved road Grahamarea. 12x65 mobile home. Immaculate Terma.

on 1.4 acre-fenced pasture, with brick Term. - -
Florida: patio bar-b-que. central heat and
Lot 10, Block 11, TEMPLE'S ELECTRIC 12000. 48I Cyclone fence around Durrartcg -homesites- 4 air, washer and dryer on FARMS A ACREAGE
ADDITION to Starke accordingto COMPANY residential, - house. Cattle barn plua 1-36 acre high dry On. acre lot. 2 BR, 2B with apartmentand
Commercial building next milts :VW. of Stark.
commercial Industrial.
Plat thereof recorded in Deed feed storage building. PUMPS & SUPPLY 16700. workshop com
to barberebop 15000. - -
Ph... 411-1200 Ralford.3JO4tchf33I 90000. Owner financed at blnatlon. Three acres with
Book C, Page 304, public Registered Real 7 percent. Frame house In town 2bedroom I to 137 acre.'ff: SR 100 fish pond. Irrigation and
records of Bradford County, : S aerea SR 225E. (7.300. Kstale Broker COMPANY LR. Kit.. FR. south from 11,100/acre. other outbuildings.

- Very reasonable.Frame Owner
Florida BRADFORD SEPTIC financing. - -
864 N Temple Ave
-has been filed against you TANK SERVICE 10 acrea, 12500. Fred Sac 'U - - 74 acres with 40'x80'( bare

and you are required to serve a residential pump-emta, 40. 20 aerea, I MH hook-ups, Broker Starke t house In town 3 5 to 220 nerea north of Thia has a very good la-
bog barn with electricity, bedroom. 2 bath living come from b.,. Terms
copy of your written defenses, if Fast service guaranteed. water and US,301 MELBAILGEN L..t., from 11,300/acre.
RICHARD E. Phone 964-8121. 3/10 4tpd concrete slab for 964-7061 I room. 2 car carport Owner financing. available.
any, to it on farrowing pigs, 30000. Hampton.. I.1
.-----------.1 storage area Walnut - -
3/31 - -
WELTY, Attorney for Plaintiffs (or 30 acrea far (42SOO| REALTORKeyitone Street. WATERFRONT F
Phone Beautiful
468-1733 restricted building
whose address is 1 114 N. Walnut HOME REPAIRS Aaytype - Two beautiful homes
- oa
lota
Street, P.O. Box 995, Starke remodeling roots, new 193 acrea with nice 3 BR Het.h<> House Cleaning 3 BR 2 bath CB hem with from near 15,500.Country Owner Club Hampton Lake. One of

Florida, :32091, on or before addltloaa concrete .work or frame home, (50,000. [tfnchjt 10.7FILL 471-4(1* large FR In tow.. Very financhig. theea homea has to be

March 21. 1977. and file the painting. Free estimates, - SpecialAny nice. - what you are looking for.
original with the Clerk of this phone 964(127. 11/11 29 acrea .. US 301. - We also have lake loSe
WE HAVE
Single Story OTHERS
Court either before service onPlaintiff' TF/Cbf_ __ (33400. 2 BR I bath frame In town. available.
House 129.95 Need b......
- DIRT AD sties.
MOVING - -
Attorney or Immediately _MOBILE mobile HOME home hurricane Beautiful far,51..8 acres Two Story House Mobile home with large shapee. ..... conditions COMMERCIALS

thereafter; otherwise Alsa and aaablb .. 301. Brick home. with 2 39.93 to 69.95 addition on 1.8 acres oil and locations. Buyarawaiting beautiful acrea of commercial

a Default will be entered against aaehorlng root coaling. OUn'i flreplacea 3 BR. 2 bathe. TopSoil None Higher 301 South Owner property located

you for the relief demanded in home Mobile Home Service. Phone. CHAA bara, f....... iIobilelloniei 19.93 I llnanchig. - .. U.S.301 Narth. Located

the Complaint. 964-5600. Highway 100W. planted pasture $195,400.ASSOCIATES ;" Jrl; This Is a pressure and - CALL RALPH BRYAN within the city limits.

WITNESS my hand and the St..". tfCbgEXPERT - chemical cleaningguaranteed 1 BR. I bath, CB ho. Realtor - -

Seal of this Court on February to remove with F.R., very ale 964-8788 Paul H.Faulkner.

16, 1977.GILBERT. CARPENTRY Lola Zlpperer 964-7134 or' Call 4881STEPHEIS 173 mildew bugs stains swimming pool In town.CF.ORuVROBERTS Day.Nlgbtor Realtor

S. BROWN AS WORK Remodeling 782-3397 Weekend. - -

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1\\ 2 Large Exchanges Up Dec. Land Sales To $890,351 .:



i January 1977 Bradford south of SR-16 and north of SR. Upchurch Milling and Agnes Thomas, a parcel ot George A. Canova and wifeto one acre In W% of SWV4 of 22E, also two parcels lying In Tracy H. Kinsey and wife to ;
County land sales of $890,331, 230 east of Starke, located on Storage Company, Inc. to 12.988 acres In NWV4 of S 15, Bernard Franklin Huf- SWV4 of S 2.T 7 S, R 22 E,$100. NEV4 of SEU of S 28, T6S R Ernest L. Hunter and wife, t
almost tripled the amount of the westerly boundary of William R. Alderman and T7S, R 22 E, 19900. fington and wife, beginning; 22E, also a parcel 9 acres in S easterly 100 feet of E 400 ofNEU
$355,614 for January 1976. Flume Road near Bessent wife west Vi of SW Vi of S 16,T City of Lawtey to Ernest NE corner of block 19 in Geneva Lake Estates Inc. 21,T 6S, R 22E, also 2.48 acres of SWU: lying south of .,
Two sales for the Road. 7S to Virginia B. Hood, a parcelof lnSWV4 of SEV4 of S 27,T 6S, R GS&F Railroad and north of >,
large R 22 E, 80 acres more or Fayson, commerce at SW original town to of Starke N 70
month accounted for 43 per Prices of transactions are less, $60,000.Jessie corner of Lot 11, east of railroad degrees 18 minutes west along land in S 25,36,T 8S, R 22 E, 22E, $100.Martha. graded road In S19, TVS R i'
cent of the months total sales. figured from documentary tax I. Ogden and wife to north along line 125' to south property, 21.196 feet, a $9,500. Powell McClane to 22E, $100.Louella. ";
They were: the sale of KOA stamps affixed to deeds filed. Jacquelyn Ogden Lahmeyerand point of beginning, N 50', E 17 degrees 49 m west, 74.68 Carol M. Phillips to WilliamC. Martha Powell McClane and T. Struth to trustees
Campgrounds by Peter G. in the office of the county Marvin I.Ogden,Jr., west 125', S 50', W 125', $100.C. (). fuel south 72 degrees 22 Phillips, lot 32 WhisperingPine husband, some one-sixth undi- of First United Methodist
Giusto and wife to Victor clerk. ,4 of NEV4 of NV4 of SEU of Scott Whitehead and minutes east. 22.5 feet to west Estates, $100. vided interest in parcel inNW' Church, lot 2 of block 7 of
D'Avanzo and wife of West Other January transactionswere SEt,:. and one acre in NE Steve Whitehead to Albert N. property line of Thompson St. Edgar Burrell and wife to /. of SWV4 of S29, T 6S, R original town of Starke $6,666.
Islip, New York, a parcel : corner of SW: of SEt: and Manning and wife, a parcel n 17 degrees 45 minutes east Frank H. Brown, Jr., and 22E, also lying in SW U and Myrtle H. McKinney to ,"'.
containing 15.89 acres lying in The sale by Phillips NEU of SWV4: of NW va of SEU lying Wa;. of NWV4 of S 27.,T along west property line of wife, a parcel of land in NW 4i: partly NEV4 of SEU of S 30, Louella T. Struth, a parcel of ;'
SE'/i of NEU of Section 32, Petroleum Co. to James W. of S 17, T 7S, R 21E, $50,000. 6S. R 22 E, $34,500. Thompson St. 74.66 feet to of SWV4 of S 10, T6S, R 22E T6S, R 22E, also two parcels in land in lot 1, block 4 original ;
Township 6S, Range 22 East, Thompkins, Lama Dupree Mildred G. Glisson to point of beginning, $9,500. $5,500. SEV4: of SE% of S 29, T 6S, R22E town of Starke, in S 28,T 6S, R -
$260,000. and Craig Salley, d-b-a Willis C. Broughton and wifeto Conley J. Bush and wife, 3 Paul H. Faulker and wife to Ramon A.Waldrop and wifeto also two parcels in NEU: of 22 E, $10,000. 'J
The sale of 72.08 acres for Executive Park of Lake City, L.G. Dail and wife Lot 10, acres in NWU of NEV4 of S 35, Joseph B. Bakken and wife, a William T. Bauldree and SEU of S 28, T 6S, R 22E, $100. Billy Gordon Griffis and
$122.600 ($1,700 an acre) by a portion of SWV4: of SWU: of S Pineacres Subdivision, $100. T 6S, R 22 E, 3600. parcel lying in NWV4 of SEU wife, lot 14, Lake HamptonOaks Avery C. Dennison to wife to Henrietta Gauggel, 15 2
J.C. Wynn and wife and A.F. 28, T 6S, R 22 E, In the city of G.L. Sapp and wife to Alva Paul H. Weging to Mark of S 28, T 6S, R 22E, 20100. in S 25, T 7S, R 21 E, Shirley Norman and Carl A. feet west of NE corner of W Mi :.
Wynn and wife to Jack E. Starke, the lot bordered by Rudolph Sapp,Sa of SE',4 and Olin and wife, 5 acres, in N'/i F. Brooks Herman and/ W. $27,500. Dennison, east 1/2 of one acre of NEU of SEU: of NEU of '
Hazen and wife, a portion of US-301 and Edwards Rd., all of NV4 of SW4' south of of SW V4 of NW>/4 east of SR16in Wade Baty d-b-a McMeekin Frances J. Taylor to W.V. in SW corner of 10 acres in SE NEU: S 29, T6S, R 22E, 9500.
SW 44 of S 26, T 6S, R 22 E, $35.800. branch and EV of SWU S 27, T S 8, T 6S, R 22E 5000. Land Developers to J.D. Forsyth Jr. and wife,north 325 corner of SEV4: of SE. of S 19, Forrest H. Rutledge and wife ito
SS, R 21 E, 140 acres more or Jacques R. Caldwell and Odom, Jr., lot 24, of feet of NEU of NEU: of SE'/4 T 6S, 22E in Hampton, $100. Willie S. Griggs, Jr. and .
less, $100.Lester wife to Selden Longley, and Whispering Pine Estates, of S 10, T 7S, R 22E, 4 acres Russell Lee Bryant and wife wife, lot 14, Tower Hill Sub-
B. Wright and wife to wife, 'i undivided interest in more or less, $12,400. to John W. Sutherland and division, 14566. '
Maurice W. Norton and wife, a Lot 12, Smokerise, $7,266. .. $100.Claude J. Johns and wife to John W. Kingsbury and wife wife SW V4 of NW'4 of S 4, T Frank Porreca and wife to
parcel lying in the SEta of S 7, Selden Longley and wife to Gerald B. Baillier and wife, a to Keystone Heights Cemetery 68. R 22E,40 acres and SE>'4 of Eugene B. Taylor and wife, apart "'.
T 7S, R 22 e, $2,266. Jacques R.Caldwell and wife parcel of land lying in SWV4 of Association, Inc. northerly H NEU of S5 T 6S, R 22E, 40 of NEU: of NW 4i: of S 14, T
;, '" Percy Rosenbloom, Jr., to Mi undivided interest in Lot 10 SEU of S 27, T 6S, R 22E of Lot 30, KHC First Addition acres, 19633. 6S, R 21E, $3,000. .
;,;. Claude B. Hardee and Jean G. Smokerise, $17,266. $4,000. $100. Ned C. Coleman and wife to L.G. Dail and wife to John >
Stabler, a parcel of land lyingin Keystone Heights Cemetery Cecil R. Whitehead and wifeto J.B. Gaskins and wife to Charles W. Coleman and wife Woolard and wife, commence "-.
.A .C\I er WM, of NWU: of S 15, T 7S, R Association Inc. to James R. A.C. Basford, and wife a Aubrey William Gaskins one a parcel lying in NEU: of NE corner of NEU of NWU of
:' 22 E, 5 acres more less, $8,800. Greek, parcel K, Keystone parcel laying in Block 5 acre 210 feet sq. In the NE NWU: of S3 T7S, R 22E $100. S 27, T6S, R 22E, $12.000. '
_. Percy Rosenbloom Jr. to Heights Cemetery First original town of Lawtey, in S corner of SWU' of NWU: Donald S. Lawrence and Gilmer Watford and wife to
!l .i Curtis R. Page and wife, 5.063 Addition, $200.Keystone 23, T 5S, R 22 E, $7,000. beginning west of coun'ty wife to Clark VI. Murff Sr. and Lloyd Watford and wife. N'/2' '
i .' acres In WH of NWU: of S 15,T Heights Cemetery Brian L. Hamilton to Evelyn graded road in S 21, T 5S, R 22 wife, one-fifth undivided in- of S 27,T 6S, R 21 E, lots 20,21,
.". 7 S, R 22E, $8,800. Association Inc. to William H. T. Hamilton, a parcel of land E; $100. terest in Lot 1, Lakeview sub- of Sampson Lake Shores, Unit
-.irr"'tlet ry y Percy Rosenbloom Jr. to Lewis and wife, Six' of Lot 35, lying W 34: of NWU of SWU: of Martha Powell McClane to division, $383.: 5, 4800.
'.. 0 '" Eugene A. Hall and wife, a KHC First Additon, $200. S 27, T 6S, R 22 E, $18,100. Martha Powell McClane and Dudley P.Hardy and wife to L.G. Dail and wife to Leroy
parcel of land 11.36 acres Keystone Heights Cemetery Luther Griffis and wife to husband a parcel lying in Harold E. Crawford lot 39, Addison and wife, lot 10 Pince
(Dan Smith, director of the Bradford County Public Library, situated in WI!! of NWV4: of S Association Inc., to Dorothy Lawrence Griffis and wife, SEt of SEU: of S 28, T 6S, R New Hampton Beach, $15,000. Acres Park, $7,000.
hands a .1.513 grant check to ;Mrs. Esther Kllorson. of the 15, T 7 S, R 22 E, 15800. McNurty, S'i of Lot 34, KHC,
finance department for Bradford County Percy Rosenbloom Jr. to First Additon, $200.( I
.,. The grant money will be used to fund materials to supply Kenneth M. Roach and wife, James Monroe Tison II to 1.-
library service to the rurally isolated areas of thecounty, 15.187 acres in WM of NWU of James M. Tison and wife, lots
S 15, T 7S, R 22 E, $15,800. 34, 35 block 3 Santa Fe Shores,
Local Library Receives Percy Rosenbloom Jr. to 5800.

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$3,513 Service GrantThe : aJ0aJOO; AUTO X: ACCOUNTANT FILE

the bookmobile. Throughoutthe
Bradford County
Library has received a $3.513 county about 160 peopleare SALES
CABINETS
bcc( 0 trtgGE} > LEDGER SHEETS
grant to be used to fund using the bookmobile as it
materials to supply library visits Lawtey, Hampton -
services to the rurally Brooker, the Starke Nursing .: 1976 CADILLAC 1976 CHEV. CAMARO |I
isolated Home, the county jail and to JI
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Under the Library Services the county line on SR-100 and
Construction Act the money SR16. said Smith. Q. 3.700 Miles V-8 j II..
will allow the library to purchase Silver 14,000 MilesS8595
books, large print Smith said the annual j I: For Your ConvenienceOur
books, records and magazine membership drive of the $4595 I
subscription specifically fer "Friends of the Library" is II Sales Person
use in the bookmobile. It will under way at the present and =
enable the bookmobile to have funds raised will be used to := 1976 CHEV. ,- 0
1976 PONT.
the same type materials purchase books. Will Call Upon You.
available in the library. MONTE CARLO .
The library currently has ii GRAND PRIX 14,000 Miles PENS-
4.700 patrons and is growing "Friends of the Library"memberships Black On Black a.
steadily according to directorof are: $1 for Indi- Ea If You Need An Item Before
the library Dan Smith. The viduals; $2 family, and $10 for $ !
bookmobile travels 80 miles patron. Members are reminded a $4895ii Extra Sharp, 4995j Our PENCILS
Representative
throughout the county five to renew at this time .. I
and new members are welcome I
days week.. Smith estimates E-
about :30 people each day use said Smith. 1974 PONT. : There & REFILLS I

1975 V.W. RABBIT FORMULA

I. 5 Sworn Into City OfficesThree 400 FIREBIRD : Call 964-5764 i

new council membersand members- agreed that the i $2595
a marshall! were inductedinto main problems had to do with $3599 ;; 1
office at Brooker City traffic violations. *:
And We Will Deliver Quickly
Council's meeting Tuesday. Nipper inquired as to how '
March 8, at 7:30: pm. Twiss would catch a speeder: 1974 CHEV. 1975 FORD F-150 OFFICE
Zoltan Jacobs CJ Stal- Twiss said he had contactedthe
Automatic A/C P/S
naker and Steve Nipper Sheriff's Department and MALIBU CLASSIC WG. -
assumed their posts with Mrs. requested aid in setting up P/B AM/FM TapeS3895
Eva Clark who replaced Linda radar Attorney George FURNITURE
Robinson as city clerk and Pierce recommended that 2795 PAPERPRODUCTS ;
Kenneth Twiss w ho was sworn standard form traffic tickets t
in as Marshall. issued by the Florida Highway
Pierce Patrol be used.Bradford. *
Attorney George 1973 CADILLAC
opened the floor for nominations 1973 PONT. LEMANS

(for chairman. George O. On -K SEDAN DEVILLE n 1 4I \ \
Pierce was nominated by C.J. A/T & Air Condition Loaded 5
Stalnaker Otis Tetstone was
nominated by Pierce. George Disaster List '
O.) Pierce was voted in as $3495 S
chairman and. since there Bradford and 30 other g $2495

was no candidate for mayor, Florida counties have been
he will also be acting mayor place on an emergency status U n
until the next regular election. by Gov. Reubin Askew in 1965 FORD 1971 PLY.
Committees appointed by seeking federal aid to help repair -
Pierce are as follows: almost $19 million in g GALAXIE500a r. !
Street Lights:>';Ipper. Stal- highway damage from severe Sj I
naker. TeLstone and Pierce. winter weather.
Water S>'stem-Tetstone The Governor's declarationwill $395 .
and Pierce be presented to U.S. $895VALIANT r
Parks and Hecrl'ation-Ja- Secretary of TransportationBrock ..- II !
cobs and NipperGarbageStalnaker Adams. Some $5.5 I .
and million in damage was suffered t. 1970 PONT. 1971 ELECTRA J
Jacobs by state-maintained ,
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Finance-Pierce, :Nipperand .; highways from severe
:X: 4 Door 4 Door Loaded
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StalnakerFire January freezes, and county- .
Department-Nipper. maintained highways were W // .
Jacobs, Twiss and Pierce. damaged an' estimated $13 .
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Sta Law I naker.Enforcement-Clark Tetstone and, report.million, according to Askew's $795 $895 : ,

Twiss. The Clerk Gib Brown
mowing com County
mittee was left open. said that the emergency Fed- : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS t,
Marshall Tw iss was presented eral funds if obtained would .'
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with a badge and asked be a great help since the 473-4470 & 473-4078 2' // .
before putting it on. just how county had budgeted only
strictly the council expectedthe $15.lHH for all secondary road '
it
law to be enforced.Council maintenance this fiscal >ear. .
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