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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:04144
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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be ...Iu'to throw once It company has already put up a
broken In pieces by the $5.000: deposit. and agreed to
Top. members of the' female to give It a tae. pay another$28.00(1( at closing
football team.Ive. It all Lower botton. Making and the $138.000 balance was
.they've got to get their round the cone was to be paid over II years at B'-j
opponent over the line. Upper cent Interest. .
that per.
Itf| &_ gently genii. and .' .challenge found Impossible many : If the matter 'Is now dropped! '
I"f! maybe the egg won't'break. rlgJi ;,the tractor.;leave-" ,, .'Hiby..Southeast without. -.. '. .
jIII.-'MIdiII.i.Th. : ......IM{ pr-..;.*. p., the field day Is ever f. \ C course: to the coul'U. the fate '.
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Future Farmers. of of George Washington's The day started off with almost everyone getting1 System
America celebrated its Both birthday with the Bradford sack races,.which proved to be opportunity throw eggs '
anniversary during the week Charter holding its annual the downfall of many. The fellow classmates.The .
: Friday. competition ,continued with final event that
tJ" Fi'r The week Is set aside each the skillet toss. Unfortunately, the field day was the tug
;_._ ,., year to. promote the local the skillet broke during the war and it left many
'. '-."-":.:., -- :-::.:.oo; state and national first toss, and the rest of the red-handed. I
.z- :::::!? organization of the FFA. competitors threw ,only bits organizations I in- the I
,._ .._ and pieces. such as the football ordinance requiring everyone I
r.fr.t.: .:":"-::.;.: The Field day took place The third event left many cheerleaders annual staff In the city to hook up to the I
:.:.; 'J, before the student body at the students with egg 'on their the ROTC challenged proposed water system 1
r... ;. J _- Bradford High football I field. face and other parts of their other to a 'tug. lowering the cost to everyone I
"::. Timmy Gaskins 'FFA bodies as they competed in The field day came on the system. Welty said if
-" -. 'president, was the master of the egg-toss. The event close as the tractors pulled only the 112 customers: presently
;: ceremonies, with a little help attracted almost ,. every campus ending the using the system wereto
si- Friday, March 3' .. from advisor Doug Alverez. student in the stands with FFA Week for another remain the average utility I
; bill would be do II. I
: considered too high; by the
World Day of PrayerSt. WHICH COMES FIRST? council. The ordinance would
Edward's Church get water bills In the (6 to (8
ii am. range it Is thought. '

) Covered Dish Lunch Septic Tank Permits or -- Building PermitsLikening Since 1973 the quality of the
water has been questioned by
Sock Hop the Department of Environmental ::
it to which told the board his
midnight comes office was zoning changes to be Regulation because of
Woman's ClubSponsored first the chicken or the egg. drawing up in accordancewith posted on some type of the lack of pressure in the line
by the Bradford County Zoning the wishes of the county back surface on the site and also failure to chlorinatethe
I Little Women's Club Board Tuesday. Feb 28. dis- commission, subdivision addition to .legal : water. The ,system was
I. S1.SOperpersonSaturday cussed which comes first regulations requiring all
taken over' In January after a
1 septic tank permits or roads to be paved to county ment.Heard from: court battle with owner
I March cArts building permits. specifications. Gaines said Gaines the zoning office Arthur Bruno.
Zoning director L.M. Gaines 'they would write it as "simpleas February Issued nine
told the board his office had possible" because the
family dwelling ,
a Crafts Show drafted a memorandum to economy of the county did not mobile permits
178.000 IS home
'. OeVaneBldg.CallSt.fa.rn.3p.nl. contractors and builders requiring dictate curbs and sidewalks. : Hire
mits. 86.400 22
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i : septic tank permits
: Sponsored by Woman's from the Bradford County .11:
I. Club of Starke Health Department be issued Art Kiefer Resigns From Zoning '
prior obtaining a building Bradford :1
{ construction .that County zoning board chairman Art
permit on .
Monday March :
requires the use of.the septic announced to the board at its regular meeting Tuesday.Feb.
he would be submitting his
tank facilities.Gaines resignation to the
I commissioners next week. buildings and grounds.
said the
County CommissionLawtoy when contractors problemwas Kiefer he had enjoyed being on the board. but Williams and Joseph
I 130a.m.: arising construction and in business (Keystone Tube Co. manufacturer of stainless Stephenson; and professional \
began .
one tubing 1 Is and the ( Sanders.
I instance at Crystal Lake a growing zoning board requires more
1 Council: than he was able to devote to it. He added
house was completed before a eight ears Recently appointed trustee I
I 7:30:, p.m. .septic tank permit was Issued. probably enough time for one person to serve on the board \ Joseph Stephenson was not
i:. Kiefer has been chairman: for two years.. seated as expected becausehis
All Sports ClubMeeting Board member discussed official papers had not
their obligation to protect the i been received from. tgovernor's ..
I 7::JO. Field House homeowner from completionof Gaines read a letter' from '(38.320.: and two office.
a home only to find himself the Department of Administration permits. $48.000. For a total
I. Elks g Elkottes unable to get a septic tank. the Division of 48 permits at 350.820: (See Page 16)) I
.: Starke Lodge '1301 Gaines said even if a septic State Planning on their reviewof collected were (893 and !
Dinner 7 p.m. tank application was received the proposed land use plan Inspections were made. (

; '" Mooting! p.m.i contractors from the health work often department begins for The Bradford department County.said whileit -Approved for \ Missile Misses ,:

S. Tuesday March 7 before the on site. inspection Is would accept this portion of lions to be submitted to I\
i: I made and the final permit Is the total comprehensive. planit county commission BHS Building
retained the right. to voice approval. :
t" Starke Council given.Gaines said in the Crystal objections to the entire plan 11 Three acres three : An "unidentified flying
I I 7p.m. Lake case the home has been when completed. south of Starke on the right object" was finally Identified
I Comments from the l'S-301 owned by Thomas after doing a small amount ofdamalle
completed but with the recent
;j SRECMootingHampton Division of State Planningsaid McDonough from OR ( to the
rains the septic tank permit Monday
j 1 7I:10p.m.I : has been denied and the $15 the proposed land useplan rural) to R-2 for School fence
did not of : morning.
I fee refunded.The designate areas family housing.
application ,
; Thursday March critical state concern no 21 Six acres from RIB to : According to police, a smaU
zoning director said he developments of regional for retail stores >1-1 mile butane tank came loose from
I was most concerned if a person impact are pending or proposed of Starke on jthe west side << a southbound traveltrailerand
I Sped 'dies moved a mobile home Into : and the plan does not US-301 requested by Paul. : was run over causing the
I t 130a.o.. an area applied and receiveda designate lands for future Faulkner. valve to snap off. The tank
I., BHS Track I septic tank permit and then industrial institutional 'or recreational 31) An appliance repair : was then propelled off the
was denied zoning. development. The service on 30.ouO square pavement of US-301 flew over
J dal The board postponed action board did not take action on from OR to BR 3.1.1 the school: building, and onto
until members can meet with the comments taking them of a mile off SR-16 on Atkins Street.
aUt, Olmnmunitg the county: commissioners under advisement east requested .by No End was Injured as the
;I Mute Saukagc..n.i..wMUa Monday. March a. and also Cowart tank returned to earth, after its.
have-the opportunity to discuss m other action, the board i 4)) Sit-tentha of an'acre : short journey., ".
< solutions with contractors quested by Oral Tanner for Police said the Minnesota
and sanitarian Darrell -Agreed it was an ad- repair garage IU miles driver's Insurance companywould
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TELEGRAPH March 2.1178
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I Candy Pressure Stripers Machine Present To EMTThe Blood //f0f 921de l fY/m Jl!'w/i


Bradford County The Candystriper voted Overstreet would like to thank !

Candystrlpers held their Donna Brantley is as their the public for their generous Cad gory 96'4.7608
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monthly meeting Feb. 13th at president elect, with Cindy suppnd to please continue -
the Bradford County Library Lawson Is serving as vice- In the future. As

following the presentation of president elect can be evidenced from the ..........9' ... ..... I Holds In'ltlP I
the electronic blood pressure Donna Brantley and Sherrl presentation of Feb. 13, thevollmteen French Honor Society
machine to the Emergency Norman passed around tray have Indeed NOTICE
latter b
Unit. favors to patients for proven their worth to the While society editor. Gladys Le Societe Honoralre de and the jng
Mooty is off next week National homemade by Pat Cr iwftd.(
There are approximately 20 Valentine's Day. Bradford County Hospital taking Francals French( Initiation
wishing to assist please turn aO social Items Honor Society) of Bradford The.acuhl
active teenage volunteer as The next meeting of the Anyone with.the
Mrs. Overstreet with these Into the Bradford Telegraph" School, celebrated its ceremony began
Cand wUl be held High
of Mar. I. Michele Gullloo, stripers and
torch!
former vice-president, assumed March 7, at McDonald's at 7 projects, or who has any I ideas ark '., I first initiation Friday, Feb. 17, lighting of the constitution Uw!
the position of president p.m., at which time they will on how this organization may ar&y&y.. ..........I J'I at the home of Dr. and Mrs after reading which of the the InltianU
raise ,please all her at r Carlos M. Hemandet.
of the organization because discuss plans for an Easter money certll1 '
of the early graduation activity.As 964-5799, after 3:30: daily. Any A wide array of French received their a,
of the current president Miss the sponsor of these will be greatlyappreciate Spanish Honor cuisine was cooked and served
Darlene Shirley from high dedicated girls, Mrs. Maurice by the members of the second The officers of tbl!
school. Society HeldInitiation year French class. organization are Pant
Because of her busyschedule Mrs. Jackson Celebrates 84th Birthday I Allison Craig began the Underhill president; Pam
and Job obligations at the festivities with a smashing Stalnaker, vice-president)
Yolanda Hernandez, treasurer -
breast of chicken flambe. The
hospital, Mrs. Frank of Starke.
Shirley Mrs. Margaret B. Jackson W.T. Jackson Sr
and Teresa Knepper,
rest of the dinner consisted of
retired Richard
as Candystrlper Another son,
celebrated her 84th birthday
sponsor, leaving M,... Saturday at a family luncheonIn Jackson, called her from La Sodedad Honoraria a rich curry of shrimp secretary. Club sweetheart is
Infante.
Maurice Overstreet as sole the Pecan Itoom at the Boonton, N.Y. to wish her a Hlspanlca, the Spanish suzanne with Williams Cecelia:
tbe
Parents attending
sponsor Garden RestaurantHelping "Happy Birthday." National Honor Society of served by Renee a
Bradford High School held an gorgeous hors d'oevres tray ceremony were Dr. and Mrs.
Six girls received their caps to celebrate the Mrs. Jackson received a
M. Hernandez,
for having completed 50 hours occasion were Mrs. Jackson'sfour birthday cake decorated with initiation ceremony Friday arranged by Pam Underhill, Carlos
of active service. Receiving sons, Morris Jackson of lavender roses and also received evening Feb. 10, at the home potatoes lyonnalse. cucumber Elizabeth Stalnaker, Lenorah
of their Spanish teacher Mrs. salad au vlnegrlette, and Craig, Dr. and Mrs. John
and
caps were: Wendy Lloyd, Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Robert flowers congratulations
Cindy Lawson, Sherrl Jackson of from her many Jo Anna Hallman of Gaines Quiche Lorraine prepared by Schmidt, Elizabeth Crawford,
Keystone
Norman, Terri Cogdill, Sandi and Mr. and Mrs. Bake friends and relatives to round ville. M Pam Underhill and Teresa Catherine Williams and Edna
Also attending '
Quiett and Lisa Carter. Jackson and Mr and Mrs out the happy day. Knapper. Knepper. wgr'edemons
and Jo Anna
Prior to the ceremony, the Dessert consisted of
following members met for Flaming cherries Jubillee and Hallman along ,with their
dinner at Red Lobster: Irene French vanilla Ice cream, the children Chico and Jama.
The Only Real Wainwright, president; Beth L first of which was Mrs Hallman is the foreign
Dya). vice-president; Lori I demonstrated by Pam language teacher at Bradford
D Shinn, secretary; Monique Stalnaker and Cana Schmidt High School.

Hambura-" Gravel, treasurer; Maria
Castaneda, Denny George,
Marcia Goodge, Chub
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InTOwn Johnson. Mike Lawson, Sherrl 1 '

/' Norman, and Sarah Norton. .. F "
Also in attendance V
were Four-year-old Brooke Watson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. lSA 9
Mrs. O. Lawson Lori +
Henry John Watson of Starke Is a pretty picture In a red white. and frr' ;,+, -
and Marty Lawson, Mr. E. C.
and ..
blue pinaforefromSears.outfit has a butterfly applique .
Wainwright, Dr Clemens
Is trimmed In Uce. Brooke adds white Winnie the Pooh T-strap
4 Hallman,and Chico and Jama
patentleather pumps.
< r Hallman
J'Co Brooke will model In the Spring Fashion Show set tonight
Unable to attend
were Thursday.. March 2; In the Woman's Club. The spaghetti
Janice Jock, Sandra Darleyand
supper begins at IM p.m.and the fashion show at 7:30.:
.... "j Sara Faulk. N
,
All members of the club

100%. PURE GROUND BEEF evening.thoroughly enjoyed the DKG Holds : ;

Of
Election

HAMBURGER DELUXEMayonnaise DUPLICATE CLUB RESULTS BRIDGE Officers Feb. 21 !

Lettuce Tomato 1 4

Nu of Delta
Alpha chapter
Onion &: Pickle Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Mine- Kappa Gamma chose Mrs.
ilHnfzTLfL singer were the winning Martha Klherd as Its pre- ..
IT"JlJm Qoaa( ( ((5 couple at Duplicate :Bridge sident In an election of officers
Tuesday night. Ida Shaw and t Tuesday Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in
Marie Dent were second and Lake Butler at the elementary JSJfr
1212 N. Temple Starke 064-6567 Lucille Green and Cecelia school media center.
rri
Terwillegar were third. The Lake Bulter hostesses
served delicious refreshments
prior to the business meetingand
I program to 34 members
I from Baker, Bradford and .I
Union County. ,
President Shirley Jasonek of
of Macclenny presided over
the business meeting. Reports
of the district meeting held in .
Jacksonville February 4, were
given by several who
7 attended.NQmIqationsforofipersfor.
V e.\,1 _: ,I'a r1 J { ; w { k
e lass 1 the next two lean wail pre- u

1,I", I4. anaunanlm6U8ly"accepted."ljfl"sented by Allene Bottom; ana

JJ I I 1978 79 officers will
be: president, Martha Riherdof
Lake Butler; first vice-pre-
sident. Lucile Payne of

,l Starke; second vice-
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president, Joyce Weldon of
Macclenny; corresponding
d1I secretary, Evelyn Adicks and
recording secretary, Sharon
Lyons, both of Lake Butler Green eyed, blonde Martha Smith I lit u pluttojI'uplwr'>
Mona Canova was recog- delight as stir models In the Spring Fashion Show MiDoiiards: : ,
I a r'ti'M. Lynn Moxley daughter of nized by the president and Sunday, March 5, at 3 p.m.
>d Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Moxley. Jr. members for her participationin
,, ,, y of Starke, models a baby blue South Pacific production. The daughter of Katy Smith and the late Milo Smith of
two piece Qnlana ensemble Recognition was also given to l.awtey, Martha wears a peach knit dress with a scoop neck
1 1I 1I from Sears. Marie Woodley for her awardIn from Leila's.White jewelry with gold trim also from Leila's lets
Science from the Heart off her outfit. Martha wears white platform sandals from Stan'sBootery.

I Lynn Moxley! daughter of Association .
I' Mr. and Mrs. B.L Moxley. Jr. Ernestine Register openedthe

of Starke models a baby blue program with a poem Carol Kleman Luncheon Honoreehonoree
two piece Qulana ensemble God's Secret. Marilyn I
411 from Sean. The outfit Vellenga research chairman !
Miss Carol Kleman of with a dinner In
plate
had of the
features an accordlan pleated charge program entitled -
Jacksonville, whose marriage her chosen china !
a
skirt and blouion top. 'Free to be Me." She pattern a
to Larry Noegel will be momento of the '
an
the results of occasion. 1
j Lynn will model for SearsIn gave a survey
event of March 11, was Among the Mrs!
the Spring Fashion Show taken of the group on Self guests was
I Women in honored at a luncheon G.S. Brown of Starke, motherof
the Jr. Women'aClub Appraisal on Lead-
sponsored by
I -
ership. Saturday given by Mrs. S.G. the prospective groom and
I : tonight Thursday Denmark and Mrs. II.H. from out-of-town
Mrs. divided : Mrs. John
( March 2)) at the Woman's Vellenga the
: i- members into five groups Adams at the home of the Jameson of Jacksonville, Mrs\
Club.The where each learned consider latter on E. Call street. John Adams, Miss Dea More
I spaghetti supper
begins at 1:30: p.m., the able about each other and The three dining tables were dock and Mrs. William
fashion show at 7:30. themselves by finding five centered with camellias Ilendrigks; of Gainesville ,and
r similarities of all; and three floating; in shallow bowls. Mrs. Peggy Cooper jOf
r t things each had different from The hostesses presented the Orlando.
THE BRADFORD anyone else in the group. The ,i

'r'i COUNTY TELEGRAPH program concluded with the J.O. Griff Celebrate 25th Annivw t
't i Published every Thursday singing of the Delta Kappa

? Starke at 135 W., Florida Call Street 32091 Gamma song led by Martha Mr. and Mrs. James A. celebrated their 25th wedding

Starling (RG.) Griffis of Graham anniversary Jan. 29 with a
The next
Second Class postage paidat held In the meeting Bradford will High be surprise dinner given by their

Starke FloridaSubscription School Library on April 18 at 7 ---rJJ'Z---: : sons and daughters-in-law,

1 r't Rates pm.Those from Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heiken Friends and relatives
attending Brad- of Starke announce the birthof enjoyed cake and coffee with
In trade
area: |7 per ford County were Hilda Dey,
year; M six months Ernestine Register, Sue a son, Anthoney Joel, Feb. the honored couple.
20 in Alachua General Mr and Mrs. Griffis were
Winkler, Helen Johns, Della
Rep '299" SAVE '49" Outside trade area! : 18 Rosenberg. Mona Canova, Hospital. Grandparents are given many lovely gifts, including
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heiken, a night ,at Disney
t per earn 14.5oslx months.
Gladys Thomas.
i C Marilyn Sr. of Lawtey and Mrs. World, a gift from their
double dress mirror $24915 Vellenga and Maxine Gibson.
,
i Geraldine Griffis of Starke. children. .
: -.
: 4-drawer chest and panel bed, only. '

r 11 I This handsome' new suite from Florida has a look all Its own. f] a Jmft:3UJ 1 : mt:30'il: a Jllm a JUJ'il- r t

It's eclectic not Colonial
not Contemporary, not Ranch
1 but, Instead, a touch or each unique I Finished In 800 N. Temple Ave. 964.7358

Rustic Oak. It. lends Itself to any decor'with ,'a PROUDLY '
quality that's rare and a price that's unbelievably low! PRESENTS


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IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTE1 AT .. "

BROILED Choice Of 2 Choice Of Juice

VegetablesCALVES '

I LIVER 3 Oz. $2 25 Unseasoned TomatoOrange

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BROILED English Peas .


FJLET'SOLE 40z $250 String Beans Grapefruit :(

Cooked Carrots r,


434 W. Call ft BROILED CHOPPED Tossed SaladSTEAK

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Starke. Fla. 964-5827 '. 60z. TUNA FISH COLD PLATE 2r '


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I : Berry Queen Pageant Set March 25 ,:, I. ,.," ', ., Antique Show March 6-8 i i


Gainesville
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being sponsored by LE.A. Furniture i; ..tr
t Insulation and Seamles AppllcaUona are now being ,I University of Florida pewter and jeWelry. Ticket (

Siding.Mis taken for the remaining 11 tt Medical Guild will hold IU for the evening at$6 each, can ,.,
Stephanie Gay Green spot. A contestant must be a ... 4th annual Antique Fair and be purchased: at the door and
daughter of James A. Green of resident of Bradford County ale Monday Wednesday. are good for unlimited ad- '!
Ralford, a senior at Bradford or a student In the Bradford i iw March 6-8, at the Gainesville mUiion" when the fair con ;'
High School. Stephanie I Is a County School system, and be Roman's Club 2809 W. limes on March 7 from 10 I
member of the band, the pop between the ages of 16 and 21. .... University Avenue. a.m. tog p.m. and on March 8 f I ''f.;.,
ensemble and U I a majorette. Contestants will be judged a Exhibits will Include crystal from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets t I ..1
Her hobbles and special on the basis of beauty poise end cut glass, oriental rugs, for these two days are $1.30 ."
Interest Include drama, and personality and will -- : period and country furniture and are also good for unlimited '

reading, singing Stephal e'. compete In evening gown, and accessories, flat sliver. admission. ..,I'',.
ambition to become a nurse bathing suit and street .

Her sponsor for the pageant clothe, I ', :
Is Things by Hand Art and Prizes this year will Include ,. ': ', e M1 ,y.I yu-K-., :.
Craft Store. .y.yCatherine
silver bowls to the Queen and 4 'its
Miss Cajsie Lynn Reddlck. runners-up. compliment of "'w,
daughter of Mr. and Mn. the Bradford County Chamber
t Mr.and
Mrs.
: Mac Baldwin i
Joseph Reddlck of Hampton a of Commerce. The Barblron attended Local admittance to Bradford
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the
College of Fashion, National County Hospital this
o Automobile
Dealer's convention week Include from Starke
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Stephanie. Green ,
Bchoenlng: in San Francisco, Cal Alfred Underwood Herman

Four contestants for the title junior at Bradford High Saturday to Thursday and Nettle Edwin Conway. Mrs. I
also
of Bradford County School.She Is a member of the visited Los Vegas Nev Laura 'Walker. Mrs. Veda ;
Strawberry Queen have band, chorus, majorettes 5 Thursday to Saturday. Fuquay. Joe M Grlffls. Mn. '4 ,
entered the 15th annual Clutters Club and Little ''pageant to be held Saturday, s Women. Cassie Is active In !"i iR ..;,4", Louis and Betty Young of Faircloth. Miss Madge '?
':March 25, In conjunction with many church activities and ---.j Gainesville have moved into Middleton and Jimmie I
''the Bradford County Fair. enjoy many sports as well as their new home ,at Country Simmons: : Mrs. Annie I

The by, playing the piano. She Is being Brenda, Lynn To Model TonightBrenda Club Estates. Starling and Mrs. Laura ;'
'the Junior tanners' Club of sponsored by the Carl. Hunt t. Grima from Lawtey; and Otis .
Starke. has room for 11 more Shell Service Station. tt h Roberts and Lynn Moxlcy are ready far the Spring Dr. and Mrs D W. Whlffen Crabtree from Hampton. !
'entrants. The girls entered Miss Catherine Ann p Fashion Show to be held tonight Thursday., March *> at the were in Atlanta Thursday to :t I

are: Schoening, daughter of Mr Woman's Club In Starke. Sunday attending the. Mr and Mrs. Robbie Shaller I It. I
Miss Jody Louise Atchlson and Mrs. Herman Schoening Brenda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Roberta Jr ofStarke. Southern Educational Congress visited Mr. and Mrs. Ogden 'i' t
:daughter of Mr. and Mr. of Starke, a sophmore at ', has on a linen look baby MM sun dress with a pastel of (Optomolrv Rates In Jacksonville on I 1-
Louis E. Atchlson Jr. of Bradford : High School. floral print ruffle and gathered waist.Daughter Mr. Sunday .',
Kingsley Lake a senior at a.MY Catherine is a member of the and Mrs. Gerry Gibson
Bradford High School. Jody Is t band in the chorus and la of Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Moxley. Jr. .f Starke, Lynn of the Merritt Island will spend i'
interested In drawing t active as a Senior Girl Scout wears. shocking pink slacks with' a white Maier with pink trim. weekend with his parents .',..
ceramics, swimming and Her hobbles and Interest Mr and Mn. L.H. Gibson: :",

working with mentally Casile Reddlck include football, swimming Jody AlcNeanJackeonvUloTampa Both outfits are from Sear Junior Basaar. Mrs. O.L. II ,,
,handicapped children. She la and baby sitting Catherine is The spaghetti nipper begins atSMp.m.. the' fashion show at Haynes Jr. Is a ,
her
being sponsored by Badcock has 7:30. visiting daughter and TERRIFI
family, Mr. and
donated two $700 full Mrs Bobby

I Homemakers To Make Plans For County Fair professional modeling scho week.Welch in. Savannah, Ga. this r
larships to be awarded to Miss oreonald .
Congeniality and to the winner ,

Bradford County, Homemakers various items will be Monday, Plans made for from pine needles. of the Strawberry Queen Mr. and Mrs HE. Smith Mr. and Mn. Robert. E. Mathews Mr. and of Mrs.Conyers Eldon, (Bill Ga.) Watch For Our
a workshop will !be ,
will make plans for March 27, from 1 p.m. to 6 made. Pageant. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith Dopson of Satsuma spent the former Starke residents
the Bradford County Fair at and Local merchant and and family of Williston were were Special Advertising ,c
p m Tuesday March. 28, Mrs. Mattie weekend with their son and Thursday and Friday
their, meeting Thursday, from 8 a. to Miley will discuss businesses, the Community Sunday guests of Mr. and Mn. Dr. visitors
m. noon. the of family. and Mr* R.E. of Mr. and Mrs L.II. Gibson
March 9, at 10 e.m at the Following the Fair up another possibility workshop setting on State Bradford Bank Square, TG&Y Badcock In Marc Jackson. Dopson at Santa Fe Lake and other friends here Supplement:- Coming ,t
Agriculture Building. disccussion Mill Arthurine
A discussion will be held on Blanchard will talk about a "Quilling" for those members Furniture, Mitchell Drugs and Dr L.H. Jennings has returned MARCH 15 '1
what each member will do in pine needle craft and tell the who are Interested! in It. Things By Hand have also 'Mrs. EP Renner visited Mn. James Blackshear of after a month in River
contributing his time toward. members what materials are Visitors and new members given prizes and awards. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rogers Wand Lake and Mrs. E.B, side Nursing Home. Ph. 964-6305 ;:
help in the Fair.: needed to make the craft and are always welcome to the contestants will be feted in 'Gainesville on Friday Mn. Lamar Estes
Entry'' days for taking the various things that are Club regardless of religion, with a .coke party at the afternoon.Mr. Pensacola spent Feb. 9 to 19
race or creed. Starke Country Club touring South Florida. Mrs '\
*ias
Saturday March 18. The and Mrs. J.D. Seymour Blackshear returned to -T \4 -

I Arts and Crafts Display March 4 First Christian pageant will be held in the hadaeSundaygueeteiSSrandMn Pensacola with Mr*. Work and 1 Owner
BUS auditorium March 29, 8 Marlon Harrington and Mrs. Estes for a weeks visit Extra
.m. Rep. Frank Williams wUl daughters of Ormond Beach, before returning home !
The Woman'sClub of Starke for local artist and craftsmen BazaarSet p
Spring
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrington
be the master of ceremonies. Sunday
will have Arta and
an Crafts
and daughter of
Keystone Clean
Deadline for entries Is Oars
=:::display March 4 from and 9 sale a.m.Saturday to 3 For March 18A March 15 and the number of Heights. Douglas Seymour of Mrs. Howard Brown of I
p.m. Anyone interested In Harold
Jacksonville
contestants Is limited to 15. Seymour DanielavUle\ Ga. la visiting
-3 in
the Eagle DeVane building. displaying their arts and spring' bazaar is being Contestant Chairman Is Mn. of Gainesville and C.N. her son and family, Mr. and

.next The to display Florida and Theater.sale will be crafts 964-7792.may call Betty Young, planned by the Ladles Council Maxie (IJan1) Norton 5332000or ChrislV of Starke. ;- Mn. Paul G. Brown for: Priced To Sell I. .

jj at the First Christian Churchfor Mrs. Richard (Becky rl) several weeks. .
3 Saturday: March. 18, from Roberta 964-5595. '' _._ L.lJl/A./ I
9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the 'I

JPrlscilla Jackson < fellowship haU.Featured ''-:' M' ''l UJ (Q' rp 0 J VG3Y aCt c;
Celebrates ;]);1.'IJo..l oa I will be hand
i= crafted items such as lace and ;1)J Yo-X-w I If" "3tARKE';3' OWN BAKERY1 '1911 C LT I
mar
fabric flowers, various Easter 1 138 fast(: Call S'lStark' 964-5890
and Mrs. Charles
Jeth Birthday Dr. Ryan gifts and live plant arrange Mr. and Mr. Jack Stokes \
":*: and Mr. and Mrs. Millard ments. and daughter of Jacksonville i M Loaded 11,000 Miles Factory Original
Little Miss PrlsclllaJacksoiircelebrated Jones of Rldgeland, S.C. were A white elephant table will spent Sunday with his mother,. M6'

.. her eighth Sunday'valors at. Mrs..Mary include new and used house- ...,Mrs. Jane Stokes and brothern i: 0 A T Warranty.. .,Power., Windows, Power, Door '
L'-thday l.ewaona SN PEn I ES r"' mf.fff -> rJockAfvVFM .
Monday afternoon at in law and sister .
::. '.. ; ,hold. Items, ,ceramic molds I J I
.
L And EastaQookiaa Mi' Stereo.
i' "
"'"'!""At J1'CDonalct.1It"j1test \ .w. .t. Bill '
tlJ Sessions
'ttfam--tfvtn: ""'by'.her" .. and ij.\J'r.t!\ ,lirom\l'; \ !$ ?" ,,,,,.' .(tMn. Greai J. -- 71 I 1 1..r+ra+anwwwm.7revr ,., 1I:695 .o'

r mother, Mrs. Marc Jackson. Champion of Texarkana, .c- <> Miss Melanie dGalneavUleapentthewtekend SWE T POTATO PIES E. t fIII:

L-i The, 13 youngsters enjoyed Texas are guests this week of '' .......U....................Hq.N........H..LHg1
"-t games with prizes followed by Mrs. Helen Cranfill.Mr. .:bJ1J.K-. ,: with her grandmother,. /Mrs..
.hamburgers cokes and birth- Lex Green. 'I( PAN ROLLS 65 c Doz.
Mrs. S.T. Dell and Miss Dee \
day cake. They also received and Mrs. Herschel Moredock of Gainesville were Lt. and Mrs. R.G. Thornton ........}....L....u...i.............................
favors of McDonald Coins of Gainesville were .j j
f.a cookies. rings. and. weekend guests of Mr. and Saturday visitor of Mrs. J.E. of Portsmouth R.I. will spend I\ 1976 CJ7 Jeep ((4X4))
gB,' Frank Palmer Wilson. the weekend with her mother, ow!!ri! s 1. ?
Kingsley Mrs. Lake. at Mrs. Harry Mooty Mrs. j !.. !................... ..... 19,000 Miles V-6
Shriners Attend Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Luckie of Thornton will remain a week \
Don Hardy and son, Donald, Largo were Sunday visitors of while Lt. Thornton returns to HOT CROSS BUNS'IAILYChec '
Potentate Ball of Gainesville spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams. his ship which is docked at / $44951977F1504X4LWB

end with s parents, Mr. and Mayport.
Starke Shriners Mrs. Charles Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard St.
attending John visited Mr. and Mrs.
the Potentate's
Bad Saturday Mrs WF. Herlong of Ernie Hatfield in Jacksonvillelast
(night at the Coliseum
were: Starke Mr. and Mrs. John Friday. Mrs. Hatfield Is
Mr. and Mrs. James Watson Wallace of Leesburg and Mrs. the former Jessie Taylor of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robret
McRae, Corine Purvis of Gainesville Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, attended a birthday luncheonlast Ranger 4-Speed Loaded 17,000
\\g
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. .CharlesDinkins.
Friday at the Holiday Inn Mrs. Sanford Ritch of '
-l Mr. and Mrs. Julian for/ a niece, Mrs. Lucy Parnellof Gainesville spent the first of I Miles With Deluxe Camper; Shell
McRae, Mr. and Mrs. G'S. Gainesville.Mrs. the week with Mr. and Mrs. I
'
Mr. and
Brown. Mrs. CF.
J.W. Ritch.Mrs. .
Bateman, Mr. and Mn. Bill
Jean Cooper of Chief- I r
Cruce, Miss Faye '
and Jesse Sanders.Thornton Mr. and, land was Sunday and Monday W.H. Thomson of
Mrs. Eldon Mathews of guest of Mr. and Mr. C.L. Monticello and grandson, ,i ir
Todd Thomson of Tallahassee
Conyers Ga., former Starke Cooper.
spent the weekend with Miss
residents joined the Starke
Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Gold- Lillian Stump and Mn. J.W.

r groupClaire. wire Valdosta visited, Ocilla relatives, Statesboroand In Griffin.Mr. and Mrs. Roes Barnes 93'.1 \\\,\\ 1976 Delta! 88 Royale

TurnerCelebrates Brunswick,Ga. last week. of Jacksonville visited Mr. e. -
and Mn. BJ. Eggers on 2 Dr. 37,000 Miles
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Saturday. \'\ w
Stewart LaCrosse were last

18th Birthday Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. Diane Dewees and ,$3995
Mr. and Mrs C.L. Cooper, three children of Jacksonvillewere {

Miss Claire Turner was weekend visitors of their au-
Five Santa Fe Community
''honored at a buffet dinner grandmother, Mrs. Carrie
transfer students to
College
Ritch.Vernie.
by her mother,
'Sunday given the University of Institute of
Mrs. Janet Turner at their Food and Agricultural '1974 Custom Nova l
home in Country Club Estates P. Odom attended
Sciences have made the '
the National Association of
of Claire' 18th
=In celebration Dean's !list for the Fall 1977 Realtors Graduate of Residential '
t i
birthday. Hatchback' 2 Dr
quarter. Those named are:
Institute class
the at
Among 18 attending Brian S. Combs, George L.. f .\
these from ou f-town were Crews, III, Thomas W. Dean Daytona Beach last week. af'f 33,000 Miles One Of A Kind :
Kay and Brant Turner and M. Hall and All N. f
Bob Johnson from Jackson Stephen Mrs. 'R.P. McLendon was :
;ville'and Vicky Turner and Safyurtle. admitted to Alachua. General 1 ti $2995 ,
Sally Lasalter from Gainer Hospital last Saturday for s' I
vWe. observation and treatment. .' A bank checking account is animportanitoo
I.";.. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Palmes
FAluminum Pickups and aon, Billy, of Kathleenwere Robbie Undenlir and Carla R' t. ( for bill-I paying But

.ffEach. Tuesday 'uncle weekend and aunt guests Mr and of their Mrs. Florida Turner of spent the University the weekend\of ;1'1(;. II'M">' I not. f for' earning... interest,. 1977 Pinto

.
j Richard St. John And family. with Mr. and Mrs. J.H. .c. .
Moncrief. For 'that'you need one. of our passbopk '

ft Bradford Sq. savings" accounts. 2 Dr.. Great Gas Mileage !

Recently revealed '1977yearend I
totals show that Th balance $2695
en, nytime your checking. '
recycled nearly 22 Richardson B.S. D.C.Amunmeet : :
Floridians AI LouneUe ,
;million pounds aluminum t,;I';.' i is fatter than it needs to b e, you. can
(and received over $3.s million ..', 4
;' write yourself a larger balance in
The + ; "
,from Reynolds Aluminum Re- Opening Of 1. 1

.'''cycling Company In the for their Keystone Chiropractic Office :to ,,n.,' 9 top-earning' readily! available' :
'participation program. w'th' ; ,
At SR-21 North passbook I us, \

Already off to a good start Suite 5 '
Keystone Shops -
, dente J during March the resi "It's the best oppo'tunity.around% for a realinterest'payoit'on

of Starke will receive 'idle .funds'Guaranty I
cents a pound for their aluminum Phone 4733604Hours : : ;

every Tuesday from 9:30: TERWILLEGARMOTORS
am. to 11 ..m. at Bradford
Square U.S. 301 South, the 9a.m. 1p.m.:' and 3p.m. 6p.m.. .

? ,front of the TG&Y Store. Mon., T1tea.yWeii''BeFri.' CD' Federal. ESIE .' ;

.: jfLs Reynolds pay 17 cent a 9 am.1 p.rn. Thursdays Saving ,. --.r--- ,
1
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ef f\MXHind and for aluminum other clean beveragecans house- ol ,,,,,,,..,..... i iJ

I i)told aluminum Items such as I, ((Excluded: from telephone,6ookl] STARKE: ,

t.'Ple> pan, foil, frozen food and i. ,.<. 395. ,WHMadison 20 W ison St.. Starke.Fla.' 0 I
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r dinner trays lnuie, pudding and .rdutsEoafm.eCm ,
*'ineat .

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I TELKUKAPII March 1. l lE6


I Presbyterians Break the Ground, I.. '.: ,, ', '* *'. < ...,


A Groundbreaking
mon\' wu held by member of construction of two new Sunday. Without any formal ]
he Ural t'rettbterlan Church buildings to serve as fund raising campaign ; II I
Sunday morning at the new fellowship hall and church 119.000has been donated over [_ NFItlm.IflWIUflAffW ill I

site of I heir church campus school. The event was a happy the past ten years. About Mrs. Ethel Casey Mrs, Ann Dura../* N !
tear the 'Intersection of Call occasion for many membersof 1200.000 total will be requiredto i Mrs. Ethel T. Casey 79 Funeral" services foal' JOIn I
M iind Ik''sent Koud. the church who have been complete the program.The I died Thursday. February :23. Ann Durrance. .... Star Route
looking forward to this day for Fellowship hall should Hampton Lake are set'at 11
In Bradford County Hospital
The turning over ut the soil more than twenty year, ever be completed In about four illness. a.m. today Thursday. March
following a lingering
led by Kev Jack Hand and since the land wa purchasedIn months after which thepresent \VA'' Born In Rlvervlew, April 4, 21) In the Bethel Baptist
will be
Guy Andrew is a first 1958. The mortgage on the sanctuary I 1898. Mrs Casey had lived In Church. .'
symbolllc step in a seven property was paid off In 1968 moved to the new site, i Starke for the past 39 years Mrs\ Durrance died Monday
month program that will teethe at which time a building fund enlarged and refurbished. All and at Hampton Lake with her morning at her home,j.}\ I
relocation and was established In construction is expected to be Born in JackonvillextMr*.
for the few
daughter past
refurbishing of their present anticipation of the building completed by Oct-Nov, CWL1
months. She was a member of Durrance lived most, of her I
the Baptist Church. Her husband life I In Bradford County: She \
was the late Thomas L. was a member'' of. Bethel
'
I ST. EDWARDS NEWS r Casey Baptist Church. '

one + Survivors include, two Survivors Include her husband
daughters, Mrs. Desta Dyal of R.V. Durrance of
U..n..ryloard/ :Meeting those World Day at .
Mrs. John Samons, Among the attendingwere Prayer!InIc.* Hampton Lake, and Mrs.Judith Hampton: twodau htes; !Mrs.
Deanery Moderator ; Linda (Hicks of Starke and I
I'rchldent. presided at the Everyone Is Invited to Berard of Key West;
Reverend
meeting of the Gainesville Father Flannan attend the World Day of f'k three sons Delbert Casey of Mrs. Pam Wheeler of Starke; \

Deanery Hoard held at St. Walsh of Holy Faith Parish In Prayer services held at 11:00: n. Hampton Lake, Beryl Caseyof her mother Mrs. Myrtle I
Kdwurd: rectory on Feb. 13.: Gainesville, members of Holy a m. on March 3 at St. : Jacksonville and John P. Baumgartner of Jacksonville: : i
I'lallllere formulated for the Faith and St. Patrick's in .Edward's Catholic Church. liirMklng/ the ground Casey of Ft. Myers; one a sister Mrs Clara Holloway'
:Spring; / Ik'uncry Meeting to bo Gainesville. Members alaoc'ame This Is an ecumenical left to right I"hilip.lIpnIC8.. Janet IlentICemny.lIlIIe: llardln, Lillian Slump .:Albright, brother Eugene Thompson of of Hollywood and two.grand
held in :\Mucclenny. !March worldwide praver service for foClIclnnla: Kev, Jack Hand and tiny Andr."", .. Jacksonville; one sister, Mrs. children.
:Ul from Epiphany: In Lake the purpose of helping all oho Yola Vestal of Jacksonville; Rev J.C. Hester wilt/
St. Mucclenny. 10 grandchildren and three officiate at the services.
City. are in need of physical or
( Marf.aln. Springs and spiritual aid.Following Madison Street Baptist Church Activities great grandchildren. Burial will follow In Long
SlierirrilrtldUli \\illiston the service a Funeral services were held Branch Cemetery at Max-
:Mrs \'IctorlIhline and Saturday Feb. 25 In the ville. Archer -Tanner Funeral
covered dish luncheon will be ttKKKKNU; : REVIVAL WEEKOFPRAVF.H Baptist Church of Starke ,
On Hoard Of Flu.. :Mrs Richard Cons of SI.Kdwurd held In the parish hall. Friday March 3-Sunday The Ladies of the W.M.U. at where he did an outstanding DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home of Starke Is In charge of

: 's also attended as Nursery services will be !March 3 Madison Street Madison Street will hold job. He will be In charge of the Home Chapel with James C. arrangements.Joe .
Youth Fund Hoard. ( members of the Board provided. Baptist Church will hold a special "Week of Prayer for Youth and Adult choirs,, as Love officiating. Burial
week-end revival with a team Home Missions" on March 6- well as leading the overall followed In Santa Fe Ceme- P.Tomllnson
Bradford County Sheriff from Stetson University 10.Special services have been music of the Church.If tery at Hampton Lake. Joe P. Tomlinson. 74. of 212
Dolph HC'I'ldh.hallllppolnll'll First Baptist Church Deland. planned. Below Is the schedule you are without a church N. Broadway St.. Starke died
Will member of the governing Larry Medlock of Penny and you are Invited to attend: home and are interested you Flake: Hitch: Durden Saturday Feb. 25. at his home

body of the Florida SheriffsYouth Dr Herschel! llobbttof Oklahoma traveled extensively. including Farms will be the speaker for Monday-7:30: pm. at are Invited to attend Madison Funeral' services for Mrs. following an apparent. heart
Fund by the board of Oklahoma will several to the week-end. Cynthia Ann Madison Street.Tuesday7:30. Street Baptist Church Eloise: Ritch purden a nativeof attack. .;
City. trips
directors' of'the Atkins of Oak Harbor Wa. Born In Clinch County. Ga: -
I Florida u series of revival Europe and the Middle East : p.m. Mission anytime.A Starke were held at 2 p.m.
Sheriff Association FSA< > at preach 1 services! nt the First Baptist missionary tours to Latin will lead the music and Gene Study at New River Baptist. warm welcome is Tuesday at the Garden October 23, 1903. Mr. r
its mid w inter conference held Church of Starke. March 12- America and Africa and a Sunders of Jacksonville will Wednesday-7:30: p.m. at extended to the community to Mausoleum in Jacksonville Tomlinson had lived In Starke >
in St. Augustine in January. 17 missionary trip around the lead in special Youth Madison StreetThursdayBreakfast .attend these special services. with Kev. Matthews-Welter since 1947. He retired In 1968 r
At the annual meeting of theTooth Dr llobbs Is orld. activities. will officiating. as a surveyor with Hercules -"
Fund organisation) held emeritus of the First baptist pastor The services will begin at be served at Madison Street Mrs. Durden 64, a residentof Inc. He was a member of the :
Fob in lit the boys Ranch (Church of Oklahoma City, Dr. Hobbs has written 6'.l! 7:30: p.m. Friday and from 7:00.8:00: a.m.Friday10:30 Jacksonville Beach since Woodmen of the World and a :
'Hour Live Oak: Shenlf where he was pastor for 23 books for publication since Saturday Evening and 11:00: : ,. a.m. at Methodist, YouthActivities 1943.: died Monday In a Jack member of the First Baptist-:
Reddish<< wan elected to serve \eiirs While pastor in Oklahoma 1951. and Is currently writing on Sunday Morning. Madison Street.WILLIAM sonville hospital after being In Church.
UH seeretarv-lreusurer of the City he was also the another/ He is contributor to The youth will have .f time ill health for some lime. She Survivors Include his wife -
Kc-vt-n.membiT board of her for the numerous volumes compiledby of fellowship/ on Friday GEORGE was the widow of the late Mrs.Clyde M. Tomlinson: two -
dirt-dors pi lour IMC." sponsored "Baptist by the others, as well as author of evening after the service at MINISTER MUSIC Confirmation classes will Herbert A. Durden and was a daughters Mrs. Dorothy
The Youth Fund III un FSA: booklets' of sermons the home of Rev. and Mrs. Madison Street Baptist begin this Thursday evening member of the Beaches Slaughter Waynesville, Ga., =
/bathe and Television many
sponsored non-profit corporation Commission of the Southern published by the Southern Charles Swartz On Saturday Church has called William at 7 p.m. for the youth at the United Methodist Church. and Mrs. Evelyn Cook of :
which operates the Convention. baptist Radio and Television afternoon the youth will go to George as their Minister of First United. Methodist Surviving are two Palatka; one son,1 J.E. *
Florida Mii-rilla Bens Ranch Baptist Hobs Commission. lie wrote the Orange Park to play Putt-Putt Music. Church. daughters Mrs. Frances Tomlinson of Starke: four
.
Dr.
radio
-iHI| stations
the Florida Sheriffs fiirl ) to estimated material for I and II Thessalonians golf. Sunday after" the Mr. George Is well known The classes will be Downs Atlantic Beach; and brothers. D.E. Tomlinson ofVald08ta.
Villa near Meartown. unit preached an 82 In the Broadman morning service a covered and loved In the Starke area conducted by the Rev. Don Mrs. Betty Booras. Mandarin; Ga., William
each week
which will soon open a third million Dr llobbs persons hall served the Bible Commentary, dish lunch will be held for the for his ministry to the Lord Denton and will be held each one son, Bruce Durden Jack Tomlinson of Argyle, Ga.,
facility( fur the residential President of the Southern as entire congregation. Sunday and to the people, lie has just Thursday and Sunday eveningup sonville Beach; two sisters John H. Tomlinson of Perry
cure of dependent and (Convention During the week of March Evening at 7:30: a movie completed twelve years as to Palm Sunday.At Mrs. Harriett Richard, and and Jesse Tomlinson 01.
neglected! children. the of Baptist the Baptist president General 12-17 Dr. Hobbs will teach the "Eighteen" will be shown. Minister of Music of the First their regular weekly Mrs. Dot Johns of Starke; one Warner Robbins Ga., three
I FloniLi Shl'rirrll'oulh Ranch, meeting the youth discussed sisters Mrs. Lucy Fender and
Convention of Oklahoma book of Ephesian at 10 am' brother, Hamilton Ritch,
near t'learwuler plans for Easter and began Mrs. Annie Bell Christopher _
of the Southern each morning and preach Gainesville; ten grand.
Baptist Pastors Conference revival services nitely at 7:30: No One Seriously Hurt preparations to hold a pan- children and two great both of Homerville Ga., and .
cake breakfast at the Churchon Mrs.
Emma Lee Daniels, of
Faith Revival .
member of the grandchildren.HardageKrauss
Baptist
Foreign ,
Easter .
Lake
p.m.The morning following City; eight grand
public is extended an Southside
Mission Board. Trustee of
In Accidents This Week Sunrise Service. Funeral Home in children and 12 great. grand
New Orleans Theological Invitation to the ministry of was chargeof
I lr John I., Kent will be the Todd Denton gave the devotions children.
guest/ speaker al a Revival to Seminary. Vice-President of Dr. Herschel Hobbs during at the meeting and the arrangements.Mrs. Funeral services held
the baptist World Alliance. this special emphasis at First Accidents this week left a "My head still bothers were
IK- held at the Kuith Baptist me, studied the relationship
group Monday Feb. 27 In the First
Church in Luke butler Dr. and Mrs. Hobbs have Baptist Church of Starke. few people with minor and I skinned up my leg pretty and differences In baptism, Irene B. Roberts Baptist Church ,with
Injuries. but no one seriously bad" said Mrs. Clark. She Mrs.Irene B. Roberts. 81, of pastor
SiincUiN Krid.iv !March ;)-W. confirmation and reception.SLMark'a Rev. Ben f. Bryant officiating.
hurt according to the Florida -
died
will Hillcrest Friday. Feb. 24,
'HitKelul begin with SREC Town March 7 In .
Meeting Hampton Patrol. ,
Highway
broke the windshield of the in Bradford l
Hospitalfollowing
PIIIIHT I on t the Grounds! County Burial followed at
Lori Mitzel and Janice Crosby
Lynn car with her head. short Illness.
a
I lollouuiK' / the morning' / service A Community Meeting re County from Starke Mrs. llankins Varnes were injured Charles E. Sapp Starke Episcopal Church Born Tn Pike County. Ala. Lake Cemetery under the
!\IJIILIIIfCh: : i Services Target Area Juanita G. Clay; Hampton Tuesday, according# FHP" Schedule for the week ofMarch direction of DeWitt C. Jones
will Iw held tit T-io:\ p.m. Representatives I was with failure to May 2, 1896, Mrs. Roberts had
for low- Mrs Lola Williamson; records, when Mitze'entered' Sunday 2nd thru March 8th. Funeral Home.
) .
,. yield when he turned lived at, Hillcrest since 1956.
,
(I1M'B\ kllT
"IKN' a, uif. income citizens of Bradford .'*' '' II M .dr.dll< '
ft' Brooker Mrs. Mary' E.Maben SR-18 from Wood SUNDAYS Holy Eucharist
..,pnto;: SR-16 and struck WilliamvVVr She was a member of the First
'
: Lawtav Mr tllamptenAandytruck Vanes.Mitzel '* 8:30: 'a.m.. Church School. 9:43: -. I .- r; : : :t:: :('
'. Herman Johnson ;; : Vulk.; of Live O k.1Jt. total -e; :BabfSbtr'fHulhtt"aP", fk J'pne : ;,; "; ; :
and ( EUcharisl'fl.m.
Speed- was"- of $7tif) damage to both cars a.m., Holy '1I lghtS. Lekbuh bafidwa lfthe" ,
psfAi FIRESTONE vllle Mr. Willie B. Davis failure to yield the-. right of was reported. E.Y.C. goes to the Passion late John R. Roberta.
will be held at the HamptonCity way. Play in Lake Wales.WEDNESDAYS Survivors Include one son. Perkins Selected
US 301 N Starke. FIsUPER Hall Tuesday March 7, at Louelte Clark Palatka wastreatedandrelased Trasle Pinson, Archer and Covered Onnie Jackson of Adams Run
7:30: p.m.Mrs. Thursday Steve Cantrell. Raiford. col- dish supper, 6:30: ; Lenten S.C.; two daughters, Mrs. Bike-a-thon
Francis Jackson, from Bradford County lided with each other on SR- Program with speaker Delbert Green of Starke and
TRUCK STOPS Executive Director Suwannee Hospital when the car drivenby 121 near Haiford late Tuesday. Dorothy West on "Knowingthe Mrs. James F. Lavender of ChairmanWalter
River Economic Council, Inc her husband Frank Highway Patrol records reported Living Lord through Lake Butler; nine Perkins of Lawtey
or her designated representative Monroe Clark was struck by a that both vehicles were Learning." grandchildren and 14 great has been selected as chairmanof
will be In attendance to vehicle driven by Boyd M. traveling too close to the grandchildren. the annual "Breath of Life".

answer questions concerning Roberts. Roberts ran a stop center line when they struck Funeral services were held Bike-A-Thon' In Bradford

the Agency. sign on SR-18, and struck each other while passing. Sunday Feb. 26, In the DeWitt County.. .
Herman Johnson Chair Clark's car that was C. Jones Chapel at Keystone Perkins, will lead local
man states that the public is SR-too. Starke police investigated
travelling on a Heights with Elder O.M. volunteers in their
cordially invited and their Roberts. was charged with 1:30: a.m. accident Wednesday Madbon St.Baptist Yarborough officiating. own

ERVICE support is greatly appre- driving under the Influence of March 1, In which Charles R.Swans Burial was In Melrose community Bike-A-Thon to to raise organize funds to
; ciated. SUNDAY Sunday School
drugs. Nathaniel Edwin Stepney of Cemetery under the directionof
Starke hit electric 9:45: a.m., Morning Worship, support research and care
an pole
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
tj' .t while north 11 a.m., Children's Worship, programs for children
OFFERS! traveling on Home of Keystone Heights.Walter affected by lung-damaging
Church St.Police 11 a.m.. Church Training 6:19:
HfhJic 1V pm., Evening Worship, 7:30: diseases like cystic fibrosis
severe asthma, chronic
Precision FRONT ENDALIGNMENT traveling reported about 25 Stepney mph when was p.m.NURSERY PROVIDEDFOR bronchitis. and bronchl-
ectasls.
he swerved to avoid something ALL SERVICES.
that crossed in front of WEDNESDAY Mid-Week The Bike-A-Tnons are
the vehicle. Police estimated Service. 7:30: p.m.. Youth and 'scheduled to be conducted
.
$1.009 to Stepney's 1978 Olds- Children's Choir 7:30: p.m., during April 1978. When
*: to manufacturer's specifications mobile. Adult Choir, 8:30: p.m. sri someone in your community
..) invites you to sponsor them In
1/2 and 3/4 Jinn the cetebmtion! this year's Bike-A-Thon,

_I c:: '" ton truck $ B 8 please be generous. Your
1 0 dollars provide the"Breath of
with Parts WUFT will present T Life" for millions of.children

\ regular extra If EffRTIUZEGrotone i who suffer with lung disease.
suspension Approximately one of every
needed many outstanding programs TO 1,600 children are born with

Moat American Twin cystic fibrosis which .Is still
trucks $4088 March 4-19Mioni Incurable. CF Is inheritedwhen

"I". Beam. Fertilizers Are Specially Formulated For both parents are
carriers of the recessive
gene
Florida Lawns-They Contain Organic.Cheleuted which causes CF. It .U
Iron-And Vital Elements Unlike Many Other believed that ten million

TUNE-UP Brands- Grotone Feeds For. Months. Its Clean 4 Americans are symtomless.

Easy To Apply.BBOTOME. carriers of this gene.. Current
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VANS CAMPERS PICKUPS! I Fibrosis Foundation Is

Wa install new '..'s'or plugs. Ignition/ pom,.. Condense .AdiuM' PELLETS I Perkins seeking a practical test to
Identify these carriers as well
Clrbu.iOr.8.1' point dwell and timing Tail battary and charging
ayaiam 'Impact rotor PVC valva. diilnbulor cap spark plug as a cure for CF and better
wirai, air filtar: Crankcase vant mar.( and vaporcanialartillar Premium quality Long Lasting .lens methods of treatment for all

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BBS Band Takes Part In CompetitionMembers


of the Bradford solo; Mike Ricks, tuba solo; :. The BUS majorette corp
I High School Concert Band Betsy Yawn John Goolsby ,consisting of Cassie Reddlck: r rt
Jerry Murdof and Lynne y Donna Samons Stephanie
In
participated a district
and ensemble contest at the Johns, French horn quartet; YGreen 1 Rhonda GrlfTIs t
Joey Fennell, Trombone solo; .uDebble Harper Dana Alveres
University of Florida music '
building Saturday. Dirk Schmidt, baritone solo; Ifnd a twirling duet with 1' / 1
Mike Wallace snare drum ,, H0"na Samons and Cassle
The contest which: Is held ?
solo; James Hudson snare Reddlck also received ratingsof
at various
annually locations
around the state,allows young drum solo sola; ;Paula John Carter.Powell piano tympani superior. L tp I
musicians
an opportunity to
N 'I' I Yawn Beth
sola; Betsy ,
perform solos in small Free Booklet
or Patray,Cathy Grider Phyllis Aid
groups. The student are Collier and Cana Schmidt, __ I
their graded by qualified Judges on woodwind quintet Older Americans
performances.
Other BHS students who
Those students receiving a
are: SherryShinn
rating of superior, the highest participated
possible!) rating, are: Faye' Jerry Goodge Debbie The Senate Aging.
Bayles. flute solo Ratliff clarinet trio; Gene Committee has prepare an
Yawn French horn; Betsy solo Foyner, Jerry Murdorf, Lee eight page booklet to help .. >.
40 Acres and........_..... Jerry Goodge, Debbie Ratllff; Felton Eugene Gewerd, Joey .Bolder Americans with ....J.'n"1:
Sherry Shinn and Karen Fennell and Dirk Schmidt, preparation of their 1977
Everyone.has their own method of spring plowing but this Reddish, clarinet: quartet brass slxtel; Horace Griffin income tax: returns. ".. : :
Ingenious! feller decided to let the hones under the howl. do the Cathy Grider. Bassoon solo; Bill Decanzo: and Eugene The booklets are free and
pulling. Cana Schmidt ; Gowens trumpet, trio: Gene available by writing Sen.
flute and aboe
Caught la the act li Bradford County school'system' main- solos; Melanie Morris. clarinet Foyner, JerrY Murdorf\ Dirk: Lawton Chiles, Russell Senate Workman Repair Hole On SIM00
tenance foreman Jerry Wadsworth on the working end of the solo; Faye Bayles* Beth Schmidt, Eugene Gowens and Office Building, Washington,
: band plow,while his wlf Margaret drives the new lord pick-up" Patray Carol Hayes, and Mike' Kicks, brass sextet; D.C. 20510.
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horses." Patty Mullins, flute quartet; Gene Foyner, trumpet solo; The booklet Is entitled: Workmen repair. the damage In Sll-100 after. an eight-Inch water. main brake' beneath lhr
I Jerry lends to his garden sUe plot at the Intersection of SR-18 Catherine Schoening, bass Jerry Wadsworth trombonesolo "Protecting Older Americans surface of the road. The city dug up the main but then had to employ a company to repair it "not;
and 221.SOllTHSIDE. clarinet solo; ,Beth Patray ; Debbie Harper, twirling Against Overpayment of that II would meet road specification of the stale. The coat was estimated to be no more. I him''
solo. Income Taxes.' ".000. according to city clerk Merrill Edwards
................... ..... flute solo; Lee Feltoa tuba

ELEMENTARY NEWS
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Coming Events to make not ftof Troy Portia, Andy Warfel,
: Betty Woodard and Marie .
Friday. March 10, 'Is a Doughman.In .
teacher planning day and'a.. Mrs. Sandra Duncan'sfifth i
: holiday lor'students. grade Miss Nancy Full- BIGmummmm iI
Friday March 24, is a wood has been working with .' I
the students on poetry unit. ,
teacher! planning day. '
Spring : vacation. starts The result has been some. .s't1 ;: ::,i. j

Saturday, March 25 and goes 'delightful Haiku poetry: ,,<, : !
r\n
o through Sunday April 2. Bird* fly In the thy.Vtry !
.. Students' vacation ,will be high tomttlmtt low, 0 0 ft,
Friday March 24, through Even uptldt down. ... :. .I
Sunday, April 2. Classes will '*-Gr., Nag worfh I ,i<
.resume Monday,April 3, 1978. ,
,. On Tuesday evening. >Feb Th. mason I Ie,tprlngi. "' 'I .' ;:'?'<'
'21, a Title I Parents' Advisory, ,Now the bird. begirt to .lne' ; ',I'. .
Meeting was held at South- The bloom. "', ,
.t flowers ore I Irj .., .
side. The 16 ,staff members -Pom GoolsbyPin.con.a '
and 32 parents met first for a
general session in the cafe on ".. (round.Orat Now In
teria and then moved to their .la'' all turned ready ,_ Progress
.respective. rooms to continue brown.
discussions. Bird cannot b* found. I
While still in the generalsessionMrs.JoAnnJordan Rotaland Lennon 1

".. led Non Binding polyester TUCKER 1
a discussion on plans for next Cloud :fly through the air. '
years' Title' I project. Mrs. They ,ttd. north, south; eaat KNEE DOUBLE TOUGH
Mary Agnes Ferguson, in and we.t. HIGH ;
,. charge of the Title I programat The air It their horn. Q KNIT PLASTICS
Southside,gave suggestions Mtlanlt Wood HOSE a '.
on how parents can help 'i r I
children at home. Dewey The tr... art atlttp. a .
McKinney talked on purpose The rose. won't bloom 'til! Large DRAPES 4 Pairs ; ; ,
and 'scope of the Title I tprlng: BATH TOWELS ht.rht WrN11. ':i. :'. T> 'a ., 1

program.He also talked to the Bttt art .In their hlvt.Robbie ,ttMt......M4 flocll,.- .- -.-..... Vilxriirons

L, parents volunteers about In the the schools.: need for Boon $3.0O a. / 79*

At 1:30: all participants adjourned The fifth grade speedball L7 ,., OW$6.88A) \
to the classrooms to team participated in playdayat IMtfeltlMiuliM. N -
talk with their teachers, going Lawtey Elementary Schoolon .
more In depth as to how each Thursday, February 23. ,. ..
parent could help their child The players were: Pam
at home In math as well as Proctor,Melanie Wood, Linda 1 OVAL LAUNDRY
reading. All meetings con- DeWitt Wendy McDougald O I., hand.erchMaASKET\ !"
cluded at 9 p m. Deioris Williams Charlie ,. _", HUD* NO X88 9.1' .
The staff thanks all ''pelhanV. ''Micole SlcoU: Jim I ." ,. -tIUln'Q. MP'.',Ii" \Ie,'''
parent.! ? y 'P.I/ .d 1f9 ,r, '/.i "" 0 ,) i f ,n. "" ". 1 i ".. "' .. .<*-.* ....... _.... 4
psi'ffry 1\ ,
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t J Ts n
ge.ttmraxw : amble to e" WarrenHoward Starling. YI h/hb Polyester, olris'' r" .a.3 L'___" qt. ROUND
come to the next scheduled: Thresa Perry,pill Gatlln, and DISHPANTS
meeting..,w lch Will be held Herbla Cooper,Special thanksto Double Knit PILLOW CASES Nylon "_ Enkasheer. o A$
sometime! In the,near future. the following fourth graders "- .............,, -- PANTIES Men's PackagedHANDKERCHIEFS PAN {$ $
.... .
Parents will be-informed ,of for.helping practice with the PANTY HOSE
the time-and place. team: Chris Thomas, Eric t...hh.,Nxa e.e oohs WhJft o.talnreri bertlvr
Th4 Bradford County schoolsystem Crawford, Troy Portis, Simon $2 i8$1.77pol' : $ 4 Inpkg.
Is currently working to Mitchell "Levi Simmons 3 Pairs 88* Pai2 rs I 69 PAILS I 73 i
i develop a county-wide school: Keith Kehoe and Michael' (-l,')
volunteer program under the Chappell

guidance .of. Mrs: Lucille redeem itagesnisweepstakes '
Payne. The:, handbook for LUNCH MENU: r / 1
volunteers presently in the March-io
draft form, soon to be com MONDAY: Sloppy Joe 'on
pleted.! This handbook: will be bun;corn,'green beans, peach ., \ i
given to school: volunteers to hair milk. LrfTk -
assist them in theirork with. TUESDAY: Meat sauce ...:o=... Look to special Cdgaie Savings Bonatua
". teachers and students. with spaghetti cheese tossed coupons here I l.rn..'_ "I displays(for_rsieiAk AVIMO
On March 14 McDonald'swill salad, applesauce, rolls, milk. 1 IIh,.,.,11..N.,,Mrr flu
come to Southside to show WEDNESDAY: Chicken'and v., u..c. w __ ven.:r aror t '
the film "Bicycles are rice, peanut cup, turnip, LOTION ,... / r A..N/b.d/.98C,
_
-99J '
Beautiful" to'fourth and fifth greens, candied yams., pears. { I
graders.The subject. Is bicycle cornbread. milk.THURSDAY '. : ....51.49 fit TOOTHPASTE
safety and will ..be.r : Fishwich. ,vu..1 27x27BIRDSEYE
3x5 )....7...ri.. "% VTOOTHB'RUSH
accompanied by written test cabbage law, potato chips, PETROLEUM
that each student will take. banana pudding.milk; DIAPERS BROADLOOM '
Times set, for this.showing FRIDAY; Teacher JELLY71h.:790oZ.: < $3 98
'J are: 8:43: a.m.for fourth grade. J Planning: Day, : .: c..... Dundee Mills Quality RUG ___. $1 00
I and. 9:25 .m..lor fifth grade. POLISH: ... 5 For .

There Is still 'great.need REMOVER Per ,
24x36 C"'''0-0.._
for clothing and shoes for $3 88
children' of the migrant JANUAkY-FEBRUARY: Q-'.... .... 490 Dozen CARPET RUG $ ). 59 \'',I PLASTIC BANDAGES ,
,members of the community. RAIN ABOVE AVERAGE.
Please bring to Southside for Bradford County has received COTTON 2 pkgs. n.oo
L I Mrs. Delia Cole or to the an average of)2 Inches: 1''. 79A
County School Board Officesfor of rain for the first two months

Mrs. Cissy Santanglnl.to. of 1978, substantially higher SIC Disposable 'c:::> o:: .- Kimberly
.
t distribute. than the 50-year average.
Miss, Esther.Casas lD llc' January""and February 'each; Jergens ,SHAVERSI"' '/Ie.' Clark's
teacher., has Invited drummer recorded 6 Inch totals for the '
Alan Henry from Gainesville month ',M :m ,,.trcd! by the 1b LOTION \ For' Men HI-DRI 'HI-DRY
to'come..with his trap set to Florida\ 'OI'fO'Ct- *elvlee; ......... '_0'0' PAPER ;
show (he music'classes; his' '
(equipment and drumming 1 ..K 'a'"u4, TOWELS I ISOAP'
techniques. Henry is.expected; : 10 0:. Jergens Mild Packs "
Feb. 28. ; '
'Tuesday Size Goodyear
In Ms. 'Cy ndee'.Lawrence <;: Delsey 2.Rolls'

F[second-third grade.'second 3 Pack For Ladi.s TOILET TISSUE GARDEN HOSE
!tasting party Is scheduled: for tMIt4 .
"
I Friday Mar. 24.This Is a class 96*, 3 Bars Ih.r.NSUNa.rM.nroeNYPacks $1.002.
In connection'mwJth 44c 9..8
learning. their project foods ''unit The For I 66C Pock 99 ,. ...

foods being explored' are ........ ,,..... .: ...
breads, cereals, fruits and Ask
with ,the students < '
vegetables r. LISTERINE Metal :,,:

bringing and preparing Charl.r ,y \J \d II i1JL PHOTO' .. '
M ANTISEPTIC
In: Mrs. the Lynn students'Ward's giftedprogram Bart' E., .1, ''1 ( I I / FRAMES / I

Neighbors ,and 'Tbreesa :i:; '
Dial '
McCellum. have chosen to try' John. ,Westinghouse u.nnlna 20 oz. 1I/IPhJI r
Antis .
tie-dying as their first project. ** .
A shoo
They are working with four careless act can cause PersplrantDEODORANT I LIGHT BULBS : .,
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different colors, red. yellow, another person,to lose hie lie Value 49 #! )
JghLJiis fwIM a.w.M 5x7 ".
green and blue In dying their naaculiqfty w' LIGHTER 1.19 "
T-shirts. They are exploring result In a' law, suit for ,.: ,
various methods of Uelng. $100,000 or' more:' The Sctfrtt MwMt i kMtSk* 4 For 77 :'

.wrapping and folding. .to seethe 'usual $10,000personal" : IIIIMe4( 66 2 For $ .....,M 8x10 59 '; .

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effects gained.
; 'In,Ms.: Phyllis; Goldtierg's'fourth Mobility policy .b no longer ...
". .: grade the:students are' adequate. Can the C irby'E We hope you will come: and celebrate with us! '
:Johas'Agency
learning how to write:letters increase,
and they a'l'e' working, very, my Comprehensive Satisfaction guaranteed as It has been for 53 years.'J' ,
,hard 'on their multiplication Personal Liability to
:and division. They are also: SlOO/XW ..vm '1.000,000
studying1'energy conservation "for'J\st a few'dollars '
more
and 'on Alaska. Van H /
People involved' ;In" extra .pamlumTCharley Priest Company
credit research' are Kenny E.; .
,Betty Woodard.Troy
Rasnick ). <
Portis. Jason ,Huggjns andRuuel1'rainer. JOHNSAGENCYV13f 123W.CaIlSt. Starke.Fla.: :..
The students :

.receiving excellent report ; S. WALNUT ST STARKg.'' / ,
cards for, work'done-during PHONE 964-5070 Fr +'; 4
the previous six weeks areTracy ; '
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Rowan, Alvin James.! :?:- p4 G

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STARKE ELEMENTARY ." 9 Local WW-Combat Veteran I




: Gets Medals 33 Years Late ., r rI


I I DouglM Hardy got what Pinning' on the medals. leg by machine gun Ore seconds -
tank he
the WM
he deserved. But he got It :33 Stone told Hardy "You put before
I years too late. your body in the breach for advancing with was destroyed
At a Jacksonville Civic our country, you're the kind of by bazooka fire in Germany shrapnel
cc ;
Roundtable meeting! Hardy man this nation! should and suffered from his bark.
t was taken by surprise when he periodically honor" that embedded In
awarded eight awards by And after receiving the
was U.S. Sen. Richard Stone for Hardy suffered frozen feel medals Hardy says "I fines
,
In during the Battle of the Bulge VII have to get me a uniformnow
.
his combat services Europe : .
Y ani "
.mq wounded In the hand
was
during World War 11/ Hardy
1 y I was presented with the Brome -----_...__.._- --..__ __ J'''' l _
W.. the Heart, the
LM1l1PEIt Star Purple
.
a I Good Conduct Medal, the
SfAHJtl Front. row Karen Morgan Beverly sharpshooter badge with rifle
Wheeler Timothy Taylor Jamie Carver 'Tina Wells Second bar. combat infantryman

'4 1 1sM row Kitties Ray, Ryan Nettles Moore Bill; Marty Bo Konyth.Sellers Sherry Macks. Terricena. badge Medal.Army World of War Occupational II Victory w.' .

medal the EuropeanAfricanMiddle -
Child Food Program Planned Eastern Campaign
Medal and ribbon with three a 4 i

At Local Day Care Center At R JE battle Belgium stars Germany for fighting and In came

: The Concerned Citizens of Head Start and the day care France. S :h
I Hardy wrote Stone five
Bradford County announced center to continue preparing
months
I ago. Inquiring about
Tuesday Feb 28 the meals. '
the Good.Conduct
medal he
e I ship of the ChildCare Fond A spokesman said the :30 had
earned but
Program at the Community Day Care children had been He. also asked never about received -
Day Care Center .at the old bringing a cold lunch from his
lug School. home but will now receive a replacing Purple Heart
Ph'alealtducaUon Star Students l-rt! )Calvin Thomas. Danny O'N.aland Sherry Moss.r Free and reduced price hot catered lunch. Each child which was lost or stolen.

students must be recommended meals will be made availableto also receives breakfast a stolen"I'm because Inclined I to cherished say it was,
children that qualify for and afternoon snack. it
by the teacher. The morning much he had written
Safely Patrol sponsors will such meals at the center and Seventy five Head Start. very
Hardy forgot about his-
JJIft 'w' have the authority to suspend will be provided without regard children are now ,currently letter and when former
; from the patrol any memberfor to race; creed, color or eating a catered lunch
national origin, said received cold governor Charley Johns a
Inappropriate conduct In a Day heated' In' a friend of Hardy's
suggested
the classroom.So congrat ula- Care spokesman. microwave oven The kitchenat they attend a political
I The center has received IUE. is expected to be meeting
lions are in order for the Feb 17. he still not
following boys and girls' : Allen lunches catered through the completed in 30 days .after thinking of his medals.But was.
'k Gonzalez. Nancy Grader Bradford County School which both Head Start and Stone called him to the
l II. Sabrlna Snell. Daniel Duffy system until Feb. 1 when the Community Day Care will be front of the and
room Hardy
Roger Beard. Jill DeSue. board relected an appeal from served wan rnmoletelv surprised

Wayne Adams, Kathy Tyson, -
Carrie Coburn Gina/ Gibson
Sharon Tyler Vickie Thomas
Mary Ann Thompson Greg 4
Wilkerson.Marcia Watterson FOOD D% A; 5U -
J\. /Kon Willis. Tracie Denton

sol PKIt: SfAKS! Front row Jerrell Barton Kim Caney.VilllaniH Deanna Tomlinson., Tracey MarcennaUranlley Coleman :, BUY THEFEATURE EEK ITEM SAL PRlCB

,Pu.tan \ Brian llarlon. ftirvond row, Bonnie Geiger, and Karen Ehxson. TEASPOON "ga of sills
('urlb.Sln+mm+s. Jruie Simmon. Kevin Sweat. Third row, Jill Mrs. Betty Crawford's third
IfrSiMlS nv> rider, Trade (Denton, Mingle Thompson grade class had breakfast at OF THE WEEK DHdNERFORK rgaolr ned

Ilibrrra Suitim, George ('rear.J school Friday morning with IHUSTPROOF 1 YH: DINNER KNIFE rtcaoRSlTee
the children as the cooks. I STAINPROOP 'R AT FOOD FAIRS
I aofvT
They enjoyed foods from the I NEVER NEEDS SPECIAL LOW PRICES ? SOUP SPOON
Hasic Food Groups which is I POLISHINGI SALAD FORK rno. OF a/7M 1
part of the nutrition unit they DISHWASHER SAFE AND SAVE -
'r haw been studying Helping 1 FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY f


r .I I'II thc,.'rlldim!mood children,' Hill.Tomlinson were. Mrs and. iIKIHG SIZE U.S.'NO.' 1 WHIYEJT PANTRY' PRIDE "

paA Starke Elementary: PTO Is
r t planning a Parent's Bingo POTATOES COFFEE
Vight, for Friday March 17th BREAD! .
a
7w: ) p.m.-10:00 p.m. at theStarke 10 LB BAG '
rya .: Cafeteria. HBBBH IBRRFWRRA. fisUmmmtam 1 LB BAG
fa f/ Elementary m &*& This ni-'hl; Is set aside for a 20oz LOAFaii SAVE _

+ Hood time 1o 'meet'your $
neighbors and enjoy their '
.
|I company, Movies will be 249

>, provided for children who .
come with their parents. wnll.' .
|I Starke Elementary would ivs j mu i Sffi? '

rtl'l.lt: I'AIUOU Front row, Allrn <;oniale<. Nancy like to welcome a new ".iiSl
<. .. ..hrlnll Hiwll. limit-1 Duffy Roger Heard. Second row .member to our staff: Mrs.
Jill, 111'- .', IVii.ne.Adan,s. Kathy l> on, Carrie Coburn. Clnaf.ihMin. Elaine!: Crosby Crlffls joinedour :__Bak rr' I HARVEST NMI' .
r Sharon" Tyler. Pickle Th"nluN.lary: Ann Thompson, faculty this week. She Is a Super iDIseourt f ,fy|
f.rrffMlkrmon.. Marcia Wailmon lion "1111.. Tracie Senton. new member but Is not new U.S. NO. .AVazoe'' FESTIVAL "'
SfKiinn Tomlinxon. Martennu Uranlley.. Tracry Coleman. around our school. Mrs. :
u BAa
so
B'ifE
WHITE SPUDTACULAR
Karen Kllxon.Ijisl : Griffis did her interning at our SOURPOUCH OR

+ Thursday Melissa Ix' dimple and easy Green school with as her Mrs. Johnnie ENGLISHUFFBNS POT OES$1 SALE! INDIAN RIVERGRAPEFRUIT

I In rased brought/ in home old suggestions.! on using ideas teacher. Mrs. Gnus attend .
money some American objects and things within your Brooker and Bradford High \
omo Foreign money In the home that can help the child School. She graduated from It'
.Xmrrlcnn category! she hall a l hy reinforcing skills and the University of Florida with
Induce I I )prnnKuffalo nickel lessons! taught at school. honors. Mrs. Griffis has two .
VM-iiry: dime Kennedy Helpful hints formCheckcrspurchasemake children Ronda ', s s _
in game : a senior at OF 8 t A
lilljir Franklin I. dollar, a Bradford High and Steve is in BAG :
\\nlkinn Liberty I_. dollar. checkerboard Cut the the nth grade at the high Ir
I Vine e dollar. Morgan dollar, !squares! of the paper to fit the school. Mrs. Griffis
silver, Certificate 51.041.+ a 51.00 squares on the board and transferred from Lawtey --.-..N..= (;' IwrGrlwhk. .. Drum ll.iwaik and a $2 (On from them either son
paste on the red or Elementary. 0..YAM. PANTRY PMIOI
CHEF
,1'iai! In the foreign category black: squares to write wordson Menu CHOCOLATI FRIIICH STIX SIZEPOTATOES wui wu i t
,h.' has a coin from Japan, or write the words directlyon March.-.. 1 1111 I CAKE BREAD2l a Slaw or Salad na 39 IB
.Urican penny Canadian the board. In order to move MONDAYS Sloppy joe on nwpa
penny. Canadian nickel, the child must read the wordin bun. buttered corn, string tt.. 89c 11.. ; y SAVE Roe Bushes 'tux M"so-
Mexican\ dime Canadian the 7C,
square to which he beans banana pudding, milk. "" !tEU5r
'Garden
dimp Jam.icia dime intends to move TUESDAY Meat sauce 8C Hose MH 2 M-

$1 Canadian mi) Melissa$1 on.has Panamanian placed her Thanks for reading +us and with garden spaghetti salad cheese: sauce slice, .....(w....to (iiJ (. ?' i' ie u
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the for do try this. Look for next milkWEDNESDAY 101"
coins in library every us trench bread PAImIY"'"
one to enjoy week. ) Chicken OLYMPIC DESSERT FLORIDA I ."IR. I YELtOIr FLORIDA I D'ANJOUpR

coin Kim collection t'ogdllalso/ on display has her in have Our been Safety selected Patrol Members for the with yams rice turnip peanut greens cup candied pears _MEAL......hart CUPS HCE I gKg* 9n rN l- **!!* pfjj?

the lIbrary. She brought some second semester. These boys cornbread milk.THURSDAY oE.59C 39C
foreign money from Panama and girls are selected using : Fish .:"
(Hong I Kong. Vietnam. following criteria.Overall sandwich cabbage slaw
":I1 land. and Italy. She also "B" average acadmenically potato chips, Vt! orange
brought some interesting old or working up to their cookies milk.FIRDAYi r

American coins. potential. Nothing less than a"B" TEACHERS a U! :J QJ: IW..L.. ..../.... (E) COMPARE :z.'zsx'"ifrWaftTe :: :
in All :
Things are still going great citizenship. PLANNING DAY CIrAwONri1aFwFrIlaEk1.D. aP.a.rr.r.Lra.lr r.
as far as.our Soup labels are LIQUIDDETKRCENT FOAMV Syrup Mol 79* w

are concerned still working The boys hard and at being girls 8'' CREAMER Tea Bags Dog MOM IW1 Ration >J2")
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the Souper star for the wek rail -- .

and the striving week to for win their first class.placefor 0 0 S :seas JAn. .119 SOX COUNT '129 3'/$1 Sol.WTWMIMn} Pac .Towels.IUHH '"...U.. 2/M'/ 1 ,..

Souper stars for this week Toaster Pastries .gin 49- 10-
are as follows; Beverly' STRAWBERRY 18oz ;
Wheeler. Rebecca Sutton. most' efficient JAR 7' 9C Vienna Sausage fatal 31 1 n.
Bonnie Geiger Ryan Moore. Get the nditonng; ; UYU"," PRESERVES
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Justin Williams. Jerrel air c Sugar Substitute. w, 3n w
Barton. George Crews Brian central es .y.FY. .. i. *\J*< t s, Os ( .ht. r.m.MM. '

! Karen Barton. Terricena Morgan. Kettles.Jessie general EleCt, ash e TOILET BOWL PUNCH 'S"P P i Chips H 65* MFILM .

Simmons Curtis "
Simmons $100 DETERGENT CATSUP
Timmy Taylor Millie and get a CLEANER .
Thompson Ray Nettles -69c .'
LlQuID49c
Jamie Carver BiUbo Forsyth refund too.Enjoy Elbow Macaroni 3/Muvi/ 84oz $159
Jason Crawford.Kevin Sweat cool comfort all .w DEVELOPING'.
..si summer long with C.n.ral ;r'; 55' BOX ,
Tracie Denton Marty Sellers. SAVE rSupe 3OC OFFER.
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Tina Hells.' Nancy Gnder Electric Executive model' J- ---,- .
Kevin Sweat 4 central'air conditioning PACKER MMTHTMIPI'l
Sherry Mack "" DOUBLE LUCK .
The class winner for this High-efficiency, : air conditioning if;DfseoijnfBREYERS- se/ 1ABIL CUT GREEN HOT x
MUSHROOMS BEANS
week is Mrs. Donna Brewer So It coils'less .
CHOCOLATE
kindergarten with 124 labels. to operate than com' 4SC J

Mrs. Barbara ReddISh' class.. .. parable highefficiencyfeatures GE models' without '. 2'SC9cSAv1E5 5'$1 tea.. .
is in a close second with J 111 "' .
labels' for the week. CAN 1r '
Buy now. and get S 100 ii cE: = 5.555.rxle.a riel .u_ ._oar.'
Starke Elementary cash refund direct from -eaa..r- == .raw:k w.ra IB*ON u.oo.os s.n
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Physical Education
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Star .General. Electric when you ROYAL I, sTTfi roflin iBMiJ* k VJM
Students this week are as add-on orlmodernize an CREAM CANADA R.C. or color V amiriTAB ---...HfrsnaM-.* I ,
follows: Calvin Thomas son existing, warm air system J5JL' CROWN DIET RITE ** It OFF Ifr ,. .
of Mr. and COLA ... .
Mrs. Johnnie r between Febroary 1 and : ==wrtkTrT : COLA Mr. PIBB ---._- ,
Thomas Calvin Is in the 5th >...M--ietx ._ _. t-- '
April 28. g78IwJth'installallon (
grade and lain Mrs. Goodall' ..... .to....... .- .:._- .
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by April 28. _._._ ,, '_CAlI 99c --,. ..-. -. _
class... Sherry Moss daughter 1978)). -_ "u. "'-s .
ft Mr It Mrs Carlos Moss.
Sherry is in the 3rd grade and ni vo eNING 'Call......fir.h... .

4 Austin's is in Mr.class.Williams.. Danny and O'Neal Mr. +. ...,..,U.IwIe i t
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid 'I t IBHRHVHlHlRMRRMlMBli '
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grade and Is In Airs./ j QUICK I FARMEST1 I HOT ROLL i I BANANA i i CAIAti IAiX I Flour .i .

Hoffman's class. I OATS I ,.ICECREAM_ i I MIX I BREADMIXl ,,1 I'. 1 Ix.aas :.Iwi ; afVamWU ,I'I
Each week of our fifth I ut I.. I I I 47.h.Y.. ror.wx 'a&a_ : : ,I
part l
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Bank Executive .. .
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Meetings-. S.HAMPTON AREA NEWS = pof ltems.ou wishcJonat to :

Sitting behind his des'Ie aL The Hampton ''Senior *. .
the Community State Bank Citizens Club will hold a 'Ii by Dolores Meag Renew, bona February 28 at 'I'
Steve Gay who recently regular nwteting on Friday Pleasantbury Drive GreenvUle Phone. N..I9ts Alachua General Hosptal in Phyllisril, wall'
Joined the staff a* vice- March 3, ill HaU. S.C. 29609.lappy enjoying the night were: Gainesville. She weighed 7 Mrs. McClure forIn
president, credit the peopleof Everyone >lu welcomely Birthday to Patricia Jennv Davis Joy Nugent. Iba., 14 Vfc os. and measured 20inch. hostess on Feb. 21 ] ,
of the Mrs. Wodwwhowa.sye.r.old ... Maternal ink. T Decorator's Paityj
area and Evelyn Vaughan Granetta grandparents
Ramsey. Paige i
coming s1 attendlthe March II belo her home "Mrs." Max
wild making President 0.1'( the Club Roberts Karen Wilspt and are Gerald and t
work a pleasure.A meetinm Feb.' St in Starke Emory Prevatt Sr. waa Jeannie Lloyd. Their 7th Miriam Brown of Hampton. WiUk 5 was the demostraterfor .
native of Atlanta Cay of the Executive Board of the treated to a birthday dinner at grade teacher, Mrs.- Carole Paternal grandparent are th lecorator suggestions]
grew- up In Jacksonville and North Florida Coalition of the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson:also stopped by fora Francis and Delores Meng of
attended Jacksonville University Senior Cl tlzens. Memberswere Gerald Adkins on Feb. 22nd. chat. During the evening Hampton Lake. Maternal MflttBIMarch
and Georgia Southern. urged I to be informed Also attending the celebrationwere they visited the Zodiac great-grandmother la Martha ** .
Hia 'financial background .Includoa p, about bills before legislature his wife, Mrs. E.M. Restaurant! In Waldo. Brown of Starke. Paternal MON AYi Sloppy joe. on'',
credit card Investigations concerning the elderly. Prevatt,Jr. and his grandson, Mr.and Mrs\ Theron Hunter great-grandmother Is Freda bun, ssed .lad. green 1
for major gas com: Several nea rby counties were Emory M. Prevail, III. celebrated their 8th Wedding Meng of Toledo, Ohio. beans, ar half cookie, milk.}
pan I... He began In the representedl at this meeting. Mr.and Mrs. Gerald Adklna Anniversary Feb. 28 met! MY i Stew beef,;
banking business with the All Interested citizens are visited long time friends at Speed ban Tournament Auction carrots potatoes, peach i Y
downtown branch of Barnett asked to attiwid a Community Lake Butler Sunday Coach Ben Moxley led the Please begin collecting your cobbler, roll. milk.WEDNE8DAYt s
Bank in Jacksonville.Gay Action Meeting scheduled for Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid 5th,Ith and 7th grade. studentsto unused salable household, Cuban
was the vicepresidentof March 7 cit 7:30 in the Fontaine attended the flea a Third Place victory In shop or garage Items for the sandwich potato chipa, green :.
Hampton HaU. Mrs. market at Allandale Sunday March 18 Auction to be held at shortcake
bank of Green Cove 4 City competition: with other peas, strawberry .
Springs, before assuming the Frances Jaickson, Administrator and sold some of their Bradford County schools in the Starke Farmer' Market. milk f.
vice-presidency 2 at the of the SERA Suwannee handicrafts there.Hampton the apeedball tournament held This Auction is for the bene- 'I1IUR5DAYI Meat loaf. .
Community State Bank. He Valley Econo min Agency will LakeClllldolencel at Lawtey Feb. 23. fit of the Bradford Union turnip green*, potato salad&.
replaced Wayne Fulmer who be there. Health, problems Principal Connie Clark Association for Retarded. Call apple.uce.. COOkie,
opened an electrical supply supplemental rent programs Sympathy Is extended to the accompanied the students and E.W. Hodges at 468-1869 or cornbread. milk. **
business In Orange Park. Head Start,at id other projects family of Mrs. Ethel T. Casey their teachers: Mrs. Kathryn Mrs. Anna Clayton at 468-1437 FRIDAY; PLANNIN '
Impressed with the friendly irf interest to I local citizens will who died Feb. 23. Mrs. Delta Wlggieaworth.! Mrs. Ernestine for more information or for DAYCommunity j
attitude people locally. Gay be discussed: Mrs. Lola Dyal and Delbert Casey are Denmark and Mrs. Carole
said It .la a pleasure to come to Williamson, ft Board Member among the surviving children Stevenson to the tournament Ii
work each day In a progressive of this organ! zatlon urges all of Mrs. Casey. which had been postponed one News /
community.A to attend. Mrs. Viola Lefebvre week due to inclement I'
Miss Lori Jean Stone, traveled to Tampa Sunday for .
basketball player In weather. Although the
day '
his office
la al the Community State Bank Steve Gay several days visit with by Elliabeth Walker.
college Gay's hobbies Include daughter M r. and Mrs. D.B. Mr. was sunny those cold north
comments on the friendliness of local people. and Phone
photography, building and Stone, was imported, by the Mrs Otis Leech of winds were blowing hard and M4-4M83
remote control air WARREN W. WINKLER Shrlner'a Airibulance! Van to Owensboro. Ky. While there everybody had to keep on the Dell Chapter I"O.E.S. rehearsal tor the Junior Choir
panes and reading. ATTENDSAMANASEMINAR the hospital.n South Carolina with they will spend some time, move to feel warm. Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its Thursday. 7:10: p.m. '
Gay. and 'his wife Carol, F.b. 26. Lori underwent their daughter and ..onI..aw. Everyone was proud of the regular meeting Thursday The all male Chorus will ,
recently movea 10 their new surgery them* nearly one year Mr. and Mrs. Eddie sportsmanship and good night March 9. at 7 p.m. in the rehearse Thursday at 8 p.m. 3
home on Lake Asbury In Amana, Iowa-Warren W. nar sponsored by Amana' ago and will I! have her cast Fitzpatrick. and family.Congratulations. competition displayed by the Masonic Hall i on Brownlee The Junior Chorus will jp
MkWleburg. Wlnkler owner of Winkler Refrigeration, Inc. at Its removed thlni week. XRaysand Miss Hampton ltudenllBeautirkatlGa Street.All members are askedto rehearse Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Electric Incorporated locatedat headquarters here.In Tests will be made to Teresa Bauldree Project be present at 8 p.m. the Training and
celebrated
234 North Temple A venue in addition to product determine if further her 13th birthday Monday. February 27. Mrs. The Silver Strand Senior Worship committee will meet.
Ads Starke, recently joined a information meetings, the corrective v.'ork la needed. on Feb. 21 with a family treat Diana Westcott. Horticulture Citizens will meet Wednesday Usher Board No. 1 will sell
Classified' select group of Amana seminar featured special Her parents I accompanied heron to the Pizza Hut. Saturday Instructor at the Starke March 15, at 7:30: p.m. in RJFIComplex. dinners from the kitchen
Bring Results retailers and distributors tour of Amana's one million the trip. F blends may writeto night Teresa entertained VoTech School assisted some All Interested senior Saturday. The Junior church
from across the nation at a square foot Iowa manufacturing Lori at the Shriner's friends with a slumber party of her students In planting citizens are invited to attend. will meet at 6:30: Saturday.
two-day: merchandising semi facility Chlldrens Hospital, 2100 N. at her home. Among those marigolds and petunias Sunday School teachers
around the front entrance of Cleanup conference will meet i
the school. They also planted Cspalpi Scheduled Saturday at 6:31: p.m. Sunday.:
eggplant, green peppers and A community clean up Is pastoral day. Sunday School
A tomatoes In an area at the program for all Interested 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11.'
E11i1PdI1i: Wib FOOD front of the school grounds. citizens Is scheduled Monday a.m. Dinner 12:30. League 4 I.

They even brought along March 6. in RJE. complex. p.m. Evening Worship p.m. ._
their garden' tractor and Everyone is invited to attend Church of God .. Christi
4 FA I Rs necessary tools to do a good for the betterment and Friday 7:30: Prayer and
Iif
job. Among those assisting beautification of the Pastoral Teaching. Sunday .
Mrs. Westcott In this project community.The School 9:30: a.m. Morning
were: Shirley DeWitt, Shirley program was started Worship 11:30: am. wit", .
Fern. Sheryl Hdlingsworth. the first of the year, but rainy Minister Dewey Taylor in .11
Sylvia Puckett, Jack DeWitt weather stopped progress. charge. YPWW 5:30: p.m. with 'j...
and Chuck Puckett The help of everyone Is Sister Jimmie Thomas in
t PIECES AYAiIASIEO Everyone at the school needed. We will meet togetherand charge. Bible Band Tuesday
< COMPUTER appreciates the efforts of we will work together. at 7 p.m. with Sister Ruby
AT OUR SPECIAL tOW PRICESIHOOD'S these people and will enjoy Mrs. Resa Williams chair Fisher in charge.
I watching the gardens growl! lady. Sunday March 12
Bradford County Branch Profeaser Harold Boggs
PURE FLORIDA ; 1POPULAR School News NAACP will hold its regular Gospel Singers will appear at,
LARG E ...11.44' monthly meeting Monday the Church of God In Christ at :.
ORANGE BRANDS The school: enjoyed the visit March 20. at 730.: The 7 p.m. The public is Invited to
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of Miss Judy Bouf'ard on Feb. meeting place will be attend. y
.OF 22nd. Judy Is the niece of Mrs. announced later. MC Marian United
EGGS JtIICEt 1ATO; Arleen Rich and Is a second Plana are In the making for Methodist Church: Wed night
grade teacher In Troy, New the annual banquet to be held 7 p.m. adult Choir rehearsal.
Hampshire. Judy loves in April. The cooperation of Sunday School 9:30: a.m. ;
SAVE 20 .1' Elementary very special! success.' Easter rehearsal Tuesday 4 :
100'.REG.&KINGS Perhaps she will be back p.m.
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59C 89C Church News "
-- GALLON WITH THIS COUPON/ GOOD THRU again soon. First Born Church of the .:
. WED". MAR, 8.. 1978.ti. .. Greater Bethlehem Living God: Tuesday 'night
CARTON ------------- Freewill Baptist Church
., 7:45: p.m. Prayer ServicesFriday '-
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Easterrehearsal '
\ began '
dr.tArZp l i. night 7:45: p.m.
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d Monday, ton\ ,the Tiny ToUj '
i Service.:
zy aire ru,, 1''f'fwu / .ONlLE1a a!t $D 'J [",,;), .(,;'1'1" > Tarrying Sunday' .
Each
w r TUesday right Prayer School 10:30": a.m. Morning .
Eugene 'and Delores Meng ; .......
Meeting at 7:30: p.m.Wed. 7:30: Worship II a.m. Home ,,I ..,,1
ROAST their.proudly announce the birth of Senior Choir rehearsal. Mission YPCW e p.m. or .:';:,I
/ MrlgS :?: baby daughter, Angela n Wednesday. 7:30: .p.m. Easter exchange service with .
,O' r $ AL., $ 28s Gainesville Church. ;;:4
r Pleasant Gl'OIIel Every first
LaVl / and second Monday night at 7
p.m. Young Adult Choir
GYI rehearsal. Tuesday at 7 p.m.
tg Junior Choir rehearsal. Wed.
SEES ;aE 14EE05 Prayer Meeting at 7 p.m.
a Thursday Bible Study at 7
p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.
ROTO HOE TILLERS Lovefeast :3 p.m.
Free Canaan True Church
of God Tuesday 7:30: Prayer
YOU'D be surprised and pleased
CHOICE CUBfCE .
Service Friday 7:30
with the mower The balance : Tarrying
Service, Sunday School 10 '
and the handling of a
easy
a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
SAVE '.ON.LII..P '
!wokrw.r. s-.. *1" w ; I ':]. heavy duty ROTO-HOE. You'll Evening Worship B p.m. ..
.ROUND
SAVE like the low price for the quality tool Greater Allen Chapel
Cream Cheese mm'I 31* ciO STEAK i8 A.M.E. Church, Friday 7:30: ;
I 'I Prayer Meeting and love ,
Oleo Quarters .... 3Plssaunt // l tAw save a'I A La 3% HP =21995 ors ) feast Sunday School 10 a.m.
,..." ., .w .e .tt "l'w"IC; e t..rythoyt. "tt. @ ."", .Y.O\IIIlttIc.$. ep,. ,,'YQ.Y'.t1C1I'''; e'iII' il' 11' 5 HP 28995 and Communion 5 p.m. Service Easter practice 11 a.m. ''" '.

'. Ii'' fli ""Jf will ,. .
41"\\ begin Monday at 5 "
/ //J "Q'>1 :FR s"p'oj : CR'ltt.:; p.m.
: : 'rSL CE ,SLICED ', Ml Pisa/ ah A.M.E
T RIEY UtTS; i -F A.NKS'HAM 6HP Church .Sunday School .
10 I
I . ., BACOn HAM. ", .. '" With Rear Mounted $ CQQ95Tiller a.m. : Morning Worship t. .
'$ ( : $ 9 : ; Available Only W O%J Communion Service II a.m. :' .:.
l'IUIt1'1,9, I $129' : i( '1 199
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,j I COMPARE QUALITY YOU'LL COROIO-ROECOLD Wed.New Bethel 7:30: BapUst p.m.. Church Prayer) ." ';

.. { Meeting and Bible Study. :
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t litllral!, Me'c'It""I' '!JOllal Salt: I ': -. HARDY ANNUALS Ebesener' Baptist Church) .
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CvcrrOayiewMce; } ....... t"., 'YL_ Ic. I Tuesday 6-7 Bible Class. :
OLD MILWAUKEE 20'l I ....-- -MI.- MSAQ ruclC.Ustl. Thursday 6:30: p.m. Prayer ; I
l 1 pea 1 ,
IAYI ,, "
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Pantry Pride 2 JCCT. awing Sponge Mop IACHO'felton L .U.I""U" ( ,' VEGETABLE PLANTS Meeting. Sunday School 9:30:
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BEER .LA.TIifNO a.m. Morning Worship 11 .m. '
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TRASHBAGS GALLON Fry Pan CEll 130 !itAYF -:.::-: : ',,t:" Good Selection Here now Evening Worship 8 p.m.

.6. PAK RETURN $125 '149 ''i lair Pen 3/11/ ''SAVE ,0200; ,,/1. ..2"iI' { w
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12or BTLS. lutchen"Sadgets. b 1)n1 CMIH'':'! .r' Tray I 0 0 There will be a play "TheProdigal '"
IAn 2 $1 "
L./tj'(1'1 ota Traya, Son, sponsored by ,
,., .J the Home Mission Women ".
Ewcryo.yt.owPrk @ tveryOaytowPric* (@ R. =snL..arw AwY...p....Jl.1o'ANTII. Department this Sunday rI.
80YS MEMS! March 5. at 3 p.m. In the
""IDS SWEETPOTATOES JUNf nor FNISH MAL L11Li I TUBE TUBS ONION RED SEEDPOTATOES church. The public .la Invited .
KOSHER GALLON SOCKS SOCKS to attend. "
( ..IZ"It wait s-,s

.180.-.. 59C: DILLS $119 HA"200" IA..2. JCO SETS .

\, Peck

Imo, lib.75C Reg. $195
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Siautlr r'* MENNEN HEAD A SHOULDERS lPepsodent ..on.MEDIUM.HAftDCOLGA"E (

SAVE tae SKIN> BRACER SHAMPOO .''TOOTHEliRUSHES' 10 Lbs. $500 100 Lbs. '
TKUL SIX a 3/.1 $1'10AIIO
7ozeAYaoz, $100 ..... ../ I .-. .,? Full Selection Of Reg. t t'f
TOOTHPASTE TUBE "
aAva ear' Vegetable Seeds
MEMMEN ras CUTEX m F
2.... BABY sera tad :ai r0
(SPEEDSTICK NAIL POLISH

CO"g.." ,97 C.' >$100 REMOVER.$1 WASHCLOTHS ?l e 6-6-6 FERTILIZER ;

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CKC YOUft DARBASOL (iREk, vASELlHt '.
McDonald's Not.28thAnniversary
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HAIR 4MIII* SHAVE .CREME I (Synthetic rr -.'

CREAM ''RINSE ? A Happy occasion for Mr. r "
: OfO 50 Lb. Bag $299On and Mrs. Henry McDonald of ntRalford. ::: .'
::41'_ They celebrated ,:'.. .
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their 28th wedding ..;...:
anniversary with friends and i I4' .
Limited ,Supply Don't ..WaltGARDEN relatives They were married 1. "<(r

COMET I COmX l m l :BOI> ; TIDE LAUNDRY t,,'" & February The annual 29.1890.B. U. ; Charity Auction will be held at'- : "
I ''NURSERY CENTS the Fanner's Market the .
CLEANSER I *|tEAHSEJR CLEANER | DETERGENT DETERGENT : fLO.IDA Fairgrounds just north on of >b>-. :;

Starke on UJS.301 on March 18' .'I".:
M / 1 /, ;S43:9 ''CONTIOL 39 E.CaNSt.Starke. Fla. ,beginning at 10 a.m. Mr..Gil"' '
; : Nelson la' the' .f"'
.' Phone 804-6749 'auctioneer. "
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" ," ', ,, I Brooker Eyeing $20,000, Overhaul ProfilesIn
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Brooker restarts took a who gathered at a hearing
The Good News a pump" and questioned the S&R Jerome
look at the bottom line..Tues In the school house, when he wisdom of accepting spokesman
anyone Kelly said the austerity pro*
day night Feb
2l.andopted said, "The consensus seems to of the three
alternative recommended 1Ir
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for overhaul gram
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than a new $176,000 rather water be we need" something'' we can by Sverdrup and for 120.000 or less. The money
And The Bad NewsThere afford.
pumping and storage system, Parcel engineers, which could still be borrowed from
ranged In costs from H4.500 to Farmers Home Administration
complete with 100,000 r
gallon tie echoed the views of
elevated lank.Former retired 176000. Harrell suggested an although no grant could
Brooker market overhaul job on the present be obtained unless the loan
is good news. and bad news. approved the motion, but, after some councilman Carl manager and county water pump, with possibly a was In excess of Wl.WQ. Kelly

discussion changed the wording to sub Edwards summed up thinkingof Malcolm gallon <(<\grounds said,
The Telegraph, as it has since 1879, stitute the word "administrator" for some 30 Brooker residents Harrell who earlier remarkedthat storag6e)00ttan and chlortn-
"all we need Is a tank and anon system. Tommy Hamilton, citizen-
will print both as long as we can obtain ,
make it
"chairman which did not any taxpayer, expressed doubt
it from reliable sources. that Brooker would
less grow
unpalatable Union ,County ".08ts120 In Dist. 23 enough to warrant the 1178,000 R

To our way of thinking, the people of Sanders indicated that, if the financial system, saying that the town

Bradford County are entitled to the bad condition he would like to Farm was 'boxed in by property
improves, see Bureau Legislative Fete owners who would not sell,
news, as well as the good news -
some positive press releases put out by and there was no room for
especially when they're supporting the the hospital which, of course, the expansion "We're all workingpeople
source of the news good or bad news media will be happy to receive. Union County hosted a Women Including Patsy who Is indigent As It stands with medium to low
with their tax dollars. UlHtrlct III Farm Bureau Perkins, State Coordinator for now,the county is liable to all incomes, and.can't afford" this
Legislative Dinner Tuesday Farm Bureau Women. who are admitted to unnecessary: expense, he
But when the taxpayers are contri- evening, Feb. 28, at the Lake. persons the hospital. This must be
But apparently some people do not buting close to $150,000 this to hide Community Center In to also the said.Rev. Joseph Stephenson, retired
year Bill Hunter, who Is the Head changed protect Hershel A. Markham Navy Chief Machinist' Mate,
with this of what is Lake Butler. ,
agree concept news support the hospital, we think they are of the Legislative Departmentin counties I It Is also very diffi- of the Brooker ,recently recommended for,
and what is not. News, in their opinion, entitled to know where it stands financi- The 120 people present eon.IIlsted Farm Bureau, spoke briefly cult for the county commissioners pastor Church, questioned the Baptist need appointment to fill a vacancyon

is only what serves their purposes ally, whether good or bad. of the Directors of the about the Green Belt Law the to not know how much for chlorination "when our the Bradford County Hoepi-'
good or bad. District III Farm Bureau, Coastal Zone Management, money they are liable for at water is pure, and I bave seen tal Board of Trustees, Is noT
their wives, and various the ERA, and other laws that one time. It is hard to spend reports that chlorinating politically minded. In. an

As in consider Having supported editorially, the guests Representatives are being put up for voting. He money that was not budgeted. water II a possible cause of interview with The Telegraph
the
a case point, recent including ask that be
establishment and maintenance of a of urged the audience to help in They provisions cancer" Stephenson said he looked on
attacks on coverage of Bradford County of these issues and to be In Tallahassee made so that the county commissioners '
Martin
Lake City; Sidney the trustee job as an
in Bradford for opportunity
Hospital affairs by the Gainesville Sun hospital County more I Hawthorne and George Cradyof April 27 when the legislature .- at least know how Kellly replied that chlorina- for service rather than ,,
and The Bradford County Telegraph.The than half a century from the time it Yulcc. Is In session. to budget their money. tion of all public water in a political light ;

was merely a pipe dream in the early Elwobd of Duval systems is required by state
Geiger
criticisms leveled 1920's to the time of its final realizationin District III of Farm Bureau Hilton Jones of Dixie County County briefly spoke about law, and Is designed to main- Stephenson, who registered,
were by a consists of the following counties read a resolution regardingthe as a Democrat Tuesday
tain the purity of water from ,
the 1950's The hard-
the rail-
neophyte member of the Hospital Boardof Telegraph can which were all repre- Florida Health Care Responsibility fires starting along possible Infiltration from morning, said he had no In-
Trustees who took exception to a ly be accused of not having the best interest tented at the Tuesday evening Act. which makes road tracks.asking A Bill the has Railroadto been sources! of pollution. Cost of terest In politics and had not

letter published in The Telegraph and of the hospital at heart. Dinner: Union Bradford, each county responsible .for proposed clean the right of the chlorination unit was registered or voted during the'
Columbia buval Dixie. the health care of its keep way IS he had been resident .
written by Gerald Baillie former Clay and paths around It Railroad estimated at from $ ,500 to years a
,
Gilchrlst and Nassau. residents Jones said this putsa of Bradford County.*"!
Those who remember the initial effort fires are the major cause of $3,000 with the additional expense
coordinator for the Medical r
Emergency tremendous burden on the
he
was busy making a living.
Service.The letter was read by Baillie at to get a board of trustees, representative Following the steak dinner. taxpayers and If the State fires in the woods In North qualified periodic' checks by a said ,
of section of the Kd Shadd Field Man for District Florida according to Geiger. inspector '
a regular meeting of the trustees, and every county, wants the county to providefor In'an earlier discussion of
appointed in accordance with the wishes III Farm Bureau, welcomed the health of the Indigent, '! Kelly said the present .
the contents, therefore, became a the guests. He then Represenla 1cfney Mar- pump Stephenson's nomination, Sen.
matter of public record, regardless of of the then County Commission, in the introduced each county Farm for they the should provide In the order funds to tin commented on what a fine (leased from the State at the Charley G. Johns, who usually
the formative days of 1952, will understandthe Bureau President including county lob Bill Hunter is doing as a Brooker Farmers Market) makes nominations to the
of the !
The
allegations.The this act
accuracy implement resolution -
interest in keeping this balance on Kay Crawford of Union drawn Feb. 23 lobbyist in Tallahassee. had not been properly main- Hospital Board, said he had,;
was up Martin talked on things farmers tained and would need an not met Stephenson, but that
County and G.T. Hug him of _
the board. Now, as then, the Brookerarea and sent to Senators MacKay,
overhal to it into
member Curtis expensive get
objecting Bradford County. Walter can do to change things. he was an acquaintance of,
Sanders, also criticized the GainesvilleSun is left without a representative on Kautz, president of State Skinner, and Hodges Voting, he said, Is the most operating sequence.'The Trustee Chairman George ,
the board, with three trustees from Columbia Important thing. Farmers reverse rachet is not Shuford. Stephenson ,Is employed .
for a story headlining the. poor (at. Karen Bureau, from Gainesville Marlon Mann, a '
that time) financial condition of the Starke, one from Lawtey, and one from was also Introduced, County Commissioner, also have the poorest record for working Kelly said, as an assistant. main
voting and he encouragedthem "causing the pump to run almost tenance construction
Hampton. Back in 1952 that imbalancewas along with his wife. about the' Florida,, superin-
hospital, and made a rather shocking health Care Responsibility to get out and vote and to continuously. It would tendent at Florida State Pri
motion which would have prohibited all remedied by resignation and reappointment Mrs. Zeluan Crawford, District Act. He said that certainly the actively support the candidate have already burned out if it son, while Shuford is a motor
news releases from the hospital exceptfor to give each section of the III Chairwoman, introduced county and state should have of their choice. Martin also had not been a good pump pool supervisor at Union Cor-

those made by the chairman of the county equal representation. If this Directors and Officers protection for the indigent, but spoke about the Green Belt originally" he.added. rectional: Institute. I{ '
principle was good 26 it from the State Farm Bureau the oroblem was determining Law and said that it was the 111
,
years ago to FSP
board, and would have subjected only thing left In legislation to Cost for the overhaul was Stephenson came
should still be since each after his retirement from I
good today
estimated at around $4,000, soon
employees, making any statements, to protect the farmers and some
disciplinary action. sectioivof the county has its representative are trying to change it and with another $6,000 for a 6,000 the Navy in 1962. He resided in

on the County Commission, and By take It away. He encouragedthe gallon tank to replace the present slate housing at the prison
County Agents until moving to Starke in
2,000 gallon tank which April
its share of the audience to stay with
taxes for
The new trustee said he thought con pays required Councilman Steve Nipper said 1976. He and his wife reside at
Farm Bureau.
trol was needed over what is given to operation of the hospital. Notebook BobbyTaylor was probably"rusted through' 1028 Palm Street in Southgate

the press by hospital employees "We V r George Crady talked briefly from the inside The chlorine Subdivision, .
should release what we want released," pliotir: 1HI4-6JHO stating that he had read the unit, plus labor would run the .
In the meanwhile, we sincerely hope _Extension: Farm Bureau Pamphlet cost to around $20,000, Kelly fJJ ,
is the he
it. ..
way put that all future hospital news is good. But "Policies '78" and he agreed laid. :- -9

good or bad we'll print it, if given A few sunny days the latter applying the right kind and with probably 05 per cent of
The board, at first unamiously the opportunity. part of last week caused activity amount of fertilizer, and the policies, and could easilybe Harrell brought the hearing
to pick up in several Retting the best seed available lobbyed by Farm Bureau. to a close with the suggestion

I 8nI .&J weref'" w rr." .uM-IIftJf8I'.arletJt..&aharld,1.Jl4J# was.. ,ftjliU! *1 l'>!p-."<<"' .1" t1he n *' cUTdueto!
fields and gardens dry also mention that planters and gardlng the Tires an d 1 oak: rtIt! 111I1 '
enough to start land preparations other equipment should be that The Forestry. Department meeting, "get with the Tht''Ehgiisb call the merry**
for planting spring serviced and in good working Is In the process of engineers and work up a go-round a "roundabout. ;
crops. condition. plowing fire-lines next to the program we can afford, and In France, where It. was
How to Become Indigent railroad. The railroad is then set the date for another first midi 300 years ago i iI. If

I seemed Seed and fertilizer stores When all of this Is done, your paying part of the cost, so provisions hearing. If named >la carrouial.;
to have a lot more ,
seed should be are being made re-
or crop ready
Without Even business the last week than
the he
TryingThere for good germination and garding problem,
have had all This
they year. added. -
if favorable
growth weather FORESTRY
indicates that folks have been k""h..l
and conditions
waiting for a break in the growing occur. Wayne Hollingsworth spokeof "

are some idiosyncrasies and in- Judge Smith sits in his comfortable weather before making final Speaking) of seed, I different bills he has Introduced II IN BRADFORD COUNTY
consistencies about the law decisions on what and when to Into legislature con-
that leave
home, 41-year-old Vernon Cooper sits on plant. mentioned the new sweet corn farmers and their In-
cerning
the layman perplexed, frustrated, and Death Row in Florida State Prison for a "Florida Staysweet" last ':1
disillusioned.One police murder he says he didn't commit. Waiting too long to make week. Hopefully, you will find terests. He spoke about laws NEW IDEAS IN
this decision could be costly if seed available In our local dealing with corn moisture HOME TREE CARE

of the ironies of "justice" came to Smith is waiting while the House Impeachment planting preparations.Is done Soil without needs to good be' seed stores. It and should garden be advertisedsoon supply testing testing,, and fertilizer spoke on analysis standards Last week the county Maybe a nice tall one in t..j)

light this week in news stories concern- Committee negotiates with a sampled early to determine In the major seed and testing proceduresfor foresters throughout the state front yard or a low spreading ;
ing the fact that taxpayers must foot the "seasoned lawyer" who will be paid by lime and fertilizer needs. If company catalogues, and fence posts. Hollingsworthalso attended an Urban Forestry one beside the house

bill for defense of Circuit Judge Samuel the taxpayers to defend the judge in lime or dolomite is needed, it should be made available for mentioned a bill that previously Workshop, conducted at the perhaps a row of flowering}
removal should be applied and worked mail order purchases. I hope Withlacoochle State Forest by trees beside the
Smith, of Lake City, convicted of proceedings resulting from his stated that no foreign
felony this before the winter
conviction for into the top soil as soon ,as occurs our spring imported beef can be sold to the Florida Division of you wish, it werel
plotting to sell confiscated
on a marijuana charge. possible prior to planting.. planting season Is over so Forestry. there to provide food, and
drugs. According to best estimates several folks in our area can Florida state Institutions shelter for the wildlife in your''

Judge Smith, a self proclaimed"indigt'nt Smith's legal fees will total $5,000 to If lime or dolomite Is needed try, this new variety. which has been changed to no Much'was said, and many neighborhood? in the summer!
he $10,000 before his case even reaches the but not applied, full benefit beef or pork can be sold to new Ideas were given, but the you miss it for the cool shade
although and his wife )House from fertilizer will not be Anything as good as state Institutions. Next, they highlight of the seminar was a it could offer; and when you
base a combined monthly income of floor. available to plants and "Florida Staysweet" must hope to pass a bill stating that talk by Dr. Alex Shigo, a nationally drive up to your house you
$1,125; two children in college; and production will be less than have a few drawbacks. This no foreign Imported fruits, famous tree specialist imagine how much better it
reside in a $32.000 house. They are The convicted judge will likely be needed. 1 new variety's weak point, although vegetables, and sugar can be Dr. Shlgo has been would look with a tree stah-i
declared "indigent" because have provided a lawyer who is far more is ? only slight Is in the sold to state Institutions. Hol- working on the decay process ding near It .
they experienced that the young public defender Why liming Important nature of its seeds. Since they lingsworth urged the audience In trees, and has come up with
monthly expenses totaling $1,492. First of all it helps reduce soil little starch In the to watch out for the Constitutional '
who represented Cooper six have so some new (and somewhat There are many sources of
Most
Apparently all a needs to do to acidity of our native kernel dried seeds do not Revisions. He asked
person the startling) thoughts on the sub- trees-the Division& of Forestry
months after graduating from law soils acid and contain
become legally "indigent" is to spend high are levels very of hydrogen and sprout quite as strongly under them to stay informed and \tect Here are just a few: offers many varieties of oner
school. At stake in Smith's is
more than his income allows case a all conditions as most sweet make sure they vote on them. year-old seedlings for sale, at
aluminum Ions.
no $20,000 lifetime pension, which he Sweeteningthe varieties. This weaknesscan 1)) Trees do not, and never
mayor corn a nominal cost You may knowa
matter what that income is. soil with lime dolomite
Pretty soft or be overcome by planting Ed Shadd will, heal (or repair) a wound. friend who
for the may not get, after abusing the officeof lessens the toxicity of these passed out a ques- has been thinkingof
"indigents" especially when trust that he held. At stake inCooper's ions to extra seeds In the row, then tionnaire the Farm Bureau Wounded or damaged wood clearing lot,'or cleaning a
taxpayers will be socked for $10,000, our crops. thinning seedling plants to the prepared for farmers. The will always be damaged. The fencerow, and wouldn't mind

$20,000, or even more for their defense 1974 case was his life. Of course lime and proper spacing. The Environmental Protection tree's only defense is isolating you transplanting small trees
Agency Is Investigating the damage and growing new that will 'have to go' anyway.Or .
dolomite
Judge Smith The two cases point up the striking calcium supply and calcium or If you plant to grow the Benomyl Fungicide to wood around it. perhaps one tree In your,
already convicted on the disparity in the representation that the These materials magnesium. "Florida Staysweet" in your determine whether or not this yard produces seedlingsyour In
marijuana charge, now faces impeach Legislature furnishes indigents who face secondary food are garden, be sure that no other chemical Is enough benefit to 2) Pruning paint does not flower beds every year;
plant elements .
ment proceedings in the Florida legislature serious and needed kinds or1 varieties of corn are the user to Justify its potential help the tree In recovering these make. Ideal tree* to/
charges. are for
in Governor Askew's efforts to growth. plant growing within about SOO feet harm to the environment from damage, nor does it help transplant to a better tree!
of It. Also, do not plant in to prevent decay. if you prefer that type of
the State your
keep from having to him Several Florida lawmakers received feels actually
pay a Lime also Improves the garden other varieties within Mn. Zeluan Crawford requested that paint may Nursery and landscape
handsome pension for the rest of his life. vigorous complaints from angry tax- physical and chemical 4 weeks of the planting date recipes to be submitted slow down the healing pro- companies offer trees for sale

Since he is "indigent" in the eyes of payers last week after the House properties of the soil, It In- for "Florida Staysweet"The by June 1 for a Homemakers cess. In almost any size and type,

the law the taxpayers must not only committee voted to pay legal fees for the creases microorganism acti- Cookbook the Florida 3) Heartwood fs no more. and most and will plant In them
carefully properly UM
pay for his prosecution, but also for his convicted judge. To some, it seems)an vity that is beneficial to plant reason for such special Farm Bureau is publishing, susceptible to decay than the location of your choice.. .
growth. Fertilizer and other hopefully by July 1. She also .
defense If there was ever a case of absurd miscarriage of justice that tax- plant nutrients are care has to do with pollination. urged the women to attend the new growth, or sapwood.

taxpayers catching it "coming andgoing" absurd miscarriage of justice that tax- available to plants, more and Pollen from close other varieties District Women's Meeting to be Likewise healthier, a than hollow solid tree tree.may Tree planting Is the type ,of

this must certainly be the payers should pay thousands of dollarsto leaching of plant nutrients is carried planted the wind by to will the silks be be held In Gainesville March thing you can readily put off.

ultimate. defend (as well as prosecute) a man at reduced.All of 'Florida Staysweet. 9. 4) Proper' pruning and but perhaps you'll get some
your
maintenance, of a tree Is Its done this year, if you begin W
the same time they are trying to remove this is to say that if lime The resulting kernels will be Ed Shadd concluded the best defense against decay. think about It now. You car
Not only that, the common or garden him from office.Impeachment, Is needed on your crop land, it starchy and unsweet. Likewise program by urging Farm Improper pruning,and human add a living member to the
variety of public defender defense is not is just as Important to apply pollen blowing from Bureau members to be In abuse of trees are two of yard household this year; one that
considered good enough for Judge Committee Chairman, lime as it Is fertilizer. ,Florida Staysweet and Tallahassee April 7:110 lobby' tree's wors enemies. will cost little, demand littl<
landing on silks of regular for favorable
legislation to attention, and perhaps outlive
Smith. He must have the deluxe treat. Rep. Billy Joe Rish of Port St. Joe said Other good preparation for varieties will cause an agriculture' and to lobby Dr., Shlgo's theories are most of us her today. It max

ment that can be given only by a "By anybody's standards, he (Judge planting include preparing a undesirable starchy flavor in against unfavorable legislation backed by years of Intensive reduce your electricity bills, '

"seasoned attorney" who will be "well, Smith) would be indigent. We're trying good seed-bed, properly those kernels. to agriculture. research on the subject;, control eroelon, and later I II

seasoned" you can bet, by a liberal to spend the state's money as carefully, nevertheless, they, are ,still may ,even supply you with
considered theory, and'not nuts in the fall. for IhoM;
of if not than .
sprinkling tax more
dollars before Judge carefully, we spend our
necessarily fact, by some tree holiday-season desserts.:
Smith's impeachment .trial is over. own" pPII BRADFORD Cot! service -
4 .1 144E SINCE 18,79 ryylNctiv ;+ data on people.presently 'if you wait and let J

Further Irony is added to the situation In view of the circumstances, we'd say p, collected seems to support. all year slip by without

... by the fact that thirty miles from where that statement was highly debatable. [ \!r-grap4f of his Ideas. that realize tree what you It may could never have

I O o Overall, the workshop was added to your home. But think

BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER an excellent way for county' of it this way-your.,children
C/grioN Publisher* foresters keep abreast of, may wonder,_ many years
new developments in tree from POW you
Published each Thursday and entered as second class Manor at the Pat Office at Starkl. *la. under care.As in any science, this la thought of doingjt. nevefi H{
Actof March 3. 1879. an important part of the Job
Subscription rate In trade area: $7 per v r4: ix month For more l infofma tlon aboui
Outside trad*area: $8 per year $4,60 ix months. How I bees and treeplanting.,
many :years have con
The largest' body of fresh water In the world I II Lake $tarke, Ft*.
of
mil... Superior, covering en area 31,820 Phone 964.6305 slipped by sine* you first tact your county forester
1qU' .' thought of planting.that tree?" That's what! he's there for. t f]

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SCHOOL NEWSConaralulatlona LAWTE Mrs Bessie Watts formerly _ ..t ..e1 e

to the of SI Augustine. Is living with dvmrindwi In the ocwnphMsit or '
Lawtey Speedball team for By Elisabeth Terry her son and daughter-in-law THE CIRCUIT COURT Temple Avenue Starke. Florida.
winning the Tournament heldat United Methodist Womenmet Phone: T82J3WTHE Sue and Tracy Smith and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of Copies of this Proposed Rule WITNESS my i' hand and the.
Lawtty. on Feb 23rd. at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Danny Luke, spent /tohnWUwn.son of Col. and FLORIDA IN AND FOR No. 5400 on School Volunteers, seal. of sold Court on February 3.
Broker, Hampton Southsld Shirley Newport with Mrs. MANY ITEMS WHICH the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wm Wilson went BRADFORD COUNTY. may be obtained from the 1978.
and Stark Elementary Terry Ogleeby as Co-hostess THEY GIVE ME FROM Mrs. Tom While)' and family, tour with Grace United on a CIVIL ACTION Superintendent's office on GILBERT S. BROWN
schools Tuesday morning at 10 .. TIME TO TIME. I ASSURE North Temple Avenue Stark
participated ,in, UM m of Tampa. Methodist Youth Fellowship CASE No. 7879In As Clerk of Said Court
tournament Brooker finished with 17 ladies attending Mrs YOU THAT IT IS GREATLY Mrs. Doris Harrison Of Wednesday to Lake Wales to re: The matter of the adopt.tlon Florida. By: Beulah M, Moody. Aa
in tart place Hampton la 3rd Wilma Walnwright presided APPRECIATED EACH Jacksonville, was a Saturday see "The Passion Play." of ANTHONY GERALD This la In complianoa: with Deputy park
pIa q,Stark In 4th place, and and Devotional given by Mrs TIME. dinner guest of her Aunt Mrs.O.J. Mr.' and Mrs. Manuel PARKER ./k/. Anthony Gerald Florida Statutes Chapter 73-310 2/9 4t.cng 32ii4YHi'elb'&ShftU3At
Southside in 5th place In the Frank Coas. A Program was Mrs. Pauline DeVore and Anders Stephens visited Mr. and Mrs. Brown as enacted by the 1974 Florida ." ....'.. ,
tournament. presented by Miss Arthurlne daughters Miss, Teresa and Mr. and Mrs. Willis& Jack Brassell and their son-in- NOTICE OF SUIT Legislature. :
Lawtey Elementary wel- Blanchard. Mrs. Frances Mrs. Linda Adkins. and Mrs. Starling, of Baldwin. and Mr. law and daughter Mr. .and NO PROPERTYTo Thomas L Casey Jr. EIGHTH JUDICIAL
comea Mra. Judy Becker: Hamilton,of Jacksonville wasa DeVore.'s' mother,. Mrs R.H. and Mrs. Clyde Starlingof Mrs. Stephen Judd and : Whom It may concern. Superintendent of School CIRCUIT FLORIDA
aa a new teacher.'Mra.Becker visitor Mrs. Newport and Futch were guests of her-son- Avon Park, spent Tuesday daughter of Stanley. Va., at YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 3/2 2aig 3/9 (AND FOR
wtu>UMch a combination of' Mrs. Oglesby served a In-law and daughter, Mr. and with their,Brother-in-law and' the home of their Mother and that an action for Adoption hat NOTICE OF BRADFORD COUNTY
am;6th.and nh grades for the delicious luncheon. Mrs. Arle Blevins, of Lennox. sister Mr. and Mrs.-: Hub Grandmother. Mrs. Truby been filed .gainst you and you PUBUCSALE'Pursuant .CIVILACTIONMARVIN
remainder of the school year. HIGHLAND BAPTIST Ga.'J on Sunday.Mr. Harley Another guest for Wainwright, on Wednesday. are required to serve a copy of to Chapter 274,
Miss Casey and Miss Sllber- Sunday School 10 a.m. and Mrs. Hart Knowles supper was their sister, Mrs Miss Billie Doreen Wilson, your vwftten defenses any to Florida Statutes, the District R. McKINNEY,
,man, along with several Worship Services 11 a.m. and and son. of Jacksonville. spent Elva Reddish, 'went to visit Friends In Naples tt, on the pMntiff'a attorney, School Board of Bradford Husband. Plaintiff.vs-
parents took their first grade 8 p.m, Prayer Meeting Saturday with their Mrs. Angle Parrlsh. Mrs. Tuesday, whoa name and address is County Florida wi have a public DEBORAH ANN McKINNEY,
classes to the Jacksonville Zoo Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Grandparents.. Mr. and. Mrs. Alicia Chesser, and- their Mrs. Louise! Klmp and Miss Jama R. Flynn Pierce and sale. on Saturday, March 11. wife defendant.
last Friday LAURA BAPTIST Sunday' Arlie Dobbs Another guest on Mother; Mrs.:Thelma Carter, Arthurlne Blanchard, visited Hardy P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030. 1978 from 9'.IT''. until 112 noon. CASE No. 7864 ,
Mrs 'Sexton and. ,Mr; School 10 a.m. Worship Saturday was their son, Casey: pf Clay Hill were hostesses for .her sister -Miss Enza Stance. FL 32091 end ffla the All property may be Inspectedat
Tatum have scheduled a field. Services lla.tn. and 7:30: p.m. Dobbs also .of Jacksonville' a stork shower, honoring her. Blanchard in Baker 'County original with the clerk of the the Operations Center 619 NOTICE OF SUIT
trip*', to the Jacksonville Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Carolyn Hinson. .a daughter, Mrs Wayne Nursing Home at Macclenny above styled court on or before North Orange Street, West. NO PROPERTYTO
Airport !on March 8th. 7:30: p.m. niece of Terra Haute, Ind., Hardee on Thursday She on Tuesday afternoon. March 30,. 1978; otherwise a Starke, Between. the hours of 9 : DEBORAH ANN
NOHTHSIDE BAPTIST and her Mother, Mrs. Thelma received many' I lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Judgement may be entered '.m. and 3' p.m., excepting McKINNEY 909 South Clubhouse
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Sunday School 10 a.m Kelly, of Gainesville visited They served sandwiches and Sanders of Jacksonville were against you for the relief demanded Saturdays end Sundays prior to Bd. Virginia' Beach. Va
CHURCH OF GOD Sunday Worship Services' 11 a.m. and Mrs. Ilermie Kelly on soft drinks Sunday dinner guests of their In the complaint or the dote of the ..... 23462. .
School 10 a.m. Worship 7 p.mPrayer Meeting Tuesday afternoon. Otheyguest Henry Hodges and children, niece. Mrs. Wendell Sanders petition. listing of all surplus propertywill YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ,
Service it a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. of Mr. and Mrs. Hermie attended the stock car races and children. WITNESS my hand and the be given to each prospective that an action for Dissolution of
Prayer Meeting Wednesday SMYRNA BAPTIST! Sun- Kelly on Tuesday afternoonwere on the Speedway at Lake City seal of said Court on February buyer upon request Marriage has been filed against
Evening 7 p.m.'YPE Friday at day School 10 a.m. Worship Mr. and Mrs. Jack on Saturday night. LUNCH MENU 27 1978. Sealed bids win be acceptedon you Deborah Ann McKinney,
7 p.m. Service it a.m. and 7 p.m. Brassell of Stanley; Virginia'who Harold Eunice returned, MONDAY Hot dog on bun Gilbert S. Brown As Clerk of surplus property items and you are. required to serve a
EVERGREEN BAPTIST BTSSMSp.m, Prayer Meeting are visiting their Mother, home on Saturday from baked beans cole slaw,applesauce sold Court. Numbers 36 39. end 45 61 copy: of your written defenses. Ifany
Sunday+ School 10a.m.; Wednesday 7 p.m. Mrs. Truby Wainwright Riverside Hospital. Jacksonville milk.TUESDAY. By: Marlon McRae As Deputy' (vehicles. and stoves). and these to It, on the plaintiff's
Worship Services a.m. and Deepest sympathy of the We are sorry to report that We pray that he will : Chicken with Clerk. bids wi be opened at the next attorney whose name and "
7 p.m., Training Union at 6pm community Is expressed'to Mr. Ernest Hewitt of continue to Improve. rice green lima beans, cookie 3/2 4tchg 3/23/ regular School: Board meeting address Is George H. Pierce I '
Prayer. Meeting Mrs Blanche Phillips, of Tallahassee son-in-law, of Mr.and Mrs Wayne Hardee delight, peaches biscuits, ... March 20, 1978. P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke,*
"
Wednesday: 7pm. Way ries ville,, N.C. <( of the winters In too well at this time. Our Boiled IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the
FAITH BAPTIST Radio spends part mother Mrs. Thelma Carter, : of Schools original wih the clerk I
Program WPXE at 8 a.m. her home here) due to the prayers are with him and Mrs. of Clay' Hill, celebrate her 1 beans with rice,turnip greens, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF above styled court on or before '
Sunday. Bible.School 10 a.mWorship death of her father. Rev. Kay Hewitt, birthday, .Saturday. They fruit cup, cornbread, butter, FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD 322tcrtfl39NOTICE March 20 1978, otherwise a ,
Services II a.m. and Allen, of Waynesvllle. N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil enjoyed an oyster roast, and milk. COUNTY. OF Judgement may be entered .
6:30: p.m, Prayer Meeting on Friends of Mr. Fred Moore Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. some weiners, cake and THURSDAY: Beef with CIVIL ACTION SHERIFFS SALE against you for the relief t
learn that he Is Lea McClellan visited the mashed CASE NO. 7881In j
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. regret to a cokes. gravy, potatoes demanded In the complaint or
FIRST BAPTIST surgical patient in Room 417, McClellans Mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grider' green beans, pears, rolls, Notice Is hereby given thai I, petition. !
CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: St. Vmcenta Hospital. Julia Hall at St. Jude.Nursing of Starke are living with their .butter milk.FRIDAY Re: The'Marriage of Gertie E. Ddph E. Reddish as sheriff of WITNESS my hand end the ;
a.m. Worship Services a.m. Jacksonville. We are happy to Home in Jacksonville .on nephew. and niece, Mr.' and. : _Planning Day Murphy. wife, Bradford County, Florida under MIll of sold Court on February I
and 7:30: ( ".m. Training Unionat hear .that he' came through Thursday morning. Mrs. Ben McCulley. j. -- vs end by virtue of !Writ of, 10. 1978. I
6:30 p.m.Prayer Meeting surgery Ine. Our prayers are Mrs. Marian Hall of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peer, SERVICEMANEASONI J.R. Murphy husband. Execution, to -wit: Gilbert S. Brown.\ As park of
Wednesday at 7:30: with him. Mcclenny was a Saturday of West Patterson, N.J. are j I Ei ton Complete I II Execution Issued out of Circuit said Court
GRACE p.m.UNITED Miss Elizabeth Terry spent overnight guest of her sister, spending sometime with their' I Basic Training I II NOTICE OF SUIT Court of Duval County Florida By: Marian McRae, As Deputy
METHODIST) Sunday School Tuesday to Friday with her Mrs. Hester Hicks. brother-in-law and sister Mr. I SAN ANTONIO-Airman I NO PROPERTYTO pursuant to a Final Judgement Clerk
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 Nephew and niece, Mr.and Mrs. Maines GriffU l'l'.nci and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt and (Rhonda D. Eason daughter of I II : J.R. MURPHY Whereabouts for Credit Inc. of America and 2/19 4tch9 319NOTICE
a.m. and 7:30: Choir Mrs. Terry Futch and family children of Palatka were their Mother Mrs. Evelena! I Mrs. Nora M. Sanders of Rt. 2. 1 1iStarke unknown. against Roger D. Green; and
Practice at 7 p.m.Methodist of Jacksonville Beach. Terry Sunday dinner guests of her Southerland and their sister, ( has been assigned to I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Betty M. Green, defendant., In OF INTENTIONTO
Youth Fellowship p.m.Wednesdayat brought her home Friday and Mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonand Mrs. Marlyn Thornton. IKeesler AFB, Miss., after I that an action for Dissolution of the amount of 12,694.13 together REGISTER
7:30: p.m.Movie"Those. went hunting with Tom Tatum sister, Mrs. Dais Boch. Mrs. Helen Roberts of Fort ({completing Air Force basic | Marriage has been filed against with costs-of collection. FICTITIOUS NAME
Calloways"shown Jr., that night Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Lauderdale, spent the {I training. j you J. R. Murphy and you are Pursuant. to Section 866.09,.
well I WISH TO THANK MY visited their brother and weekend with her J I AFBixTeweeks at I required to serve a copy of your -notice Is \
Ilackland Statutes.
Friday night was sister-in-law,* Mr. and Mrs. Mrs; Rossle { the } written defenses, if to It, on Florida
attended and enjoyed<< by all. NEWS CUSTOMERS FOR Grandmother, I any Have sailed and have In my hereby given that the under. ,J\
!: E.L. and brotherinlaw'and airman! studied the Air Force the whose
Kelly Reddish and. brother, Ralph i plaintiffs attorney posssesion' the following da-, Bernard J. DeGaorga
sister.Mr. and Mrs. A.P.. Secrest and.family and other J1 J mission, organization and i name and address I* J.J. scribed personal) property to signed
1909 Well. Rood Orange
ci'/ppffa+ ce. Se&ice e Hallman.of Keystone Heightson relatives: 'customs and received special))J Wolbert,. Jr.. P.O. Box. 1068 wit: Jr.Park, .. Fla. 32073 and Carl M. 1
Saturday afternoon. Mr. and.'Mrs.:, Charley {instruction .In' human! Starke' Florida 32091. and file 4 small tables 1 1 lamp 3 hairdryers Smith 2689 Foxwood Rd..
DQN'T FUSS -CALLUS 964-0312 We are happy to learn that Mosley and Genean of {Irelalions. Completion of this)! the original with the clerk of the 1 complete shampoo Orange Pork Fla. 32073. doing
Mrs. MargieReddish Highland were Sunday I training earned the Individual!) above styled court on or before station, 1 small desk 1 coca cola business' under the firm name of
returned home from Alachua': luncheon -guests of' their' (credits towards an associate March :30th> 1978; otherwise a machine. 1 Hotpolnt Air Inc"
"Smith & DeGeorge
MAJOR IIthrough I
t lULl JOTLIMlef REPAIR 'General Hospital Gainesville 'parents,Mr. and.Mrs. Laude I tin applied science degree Judgement may be entered Conditioner 2 Oass Snack Blending Blvd. Mddtotourg Clay
NEW .A I USED SINGER $SEWfflO MACHINES on Feb. 14th. We pray that she. Teuton. I the Cammunityl' against you for the relief (Cookie) Jars. County, Florida Intends to
.will continue tq improve,. Shannon and. Stacey I College of.the Air Force. I J II demanded In the complaint or said fictitious name
HfiBf & uSED,yACWMS. lTS ft HOTONSwnwa Mrs. Cora Hodges of Higginbotham, of Starke, | Airman Eason will now; petition. As the property of the above under register the provisions of aforesaid
CARPET fury;; roam; } MOLNIVCXS THREAD Macclenny: ; was 'a 'Saturday spent the weekend with their I receive specialized training in II I Ij WITNESS my hand the seal of named defendant and that on statute. !
overnight guest of her sister,' grandparents,..Mr. and Mrs. j the administrative field. I said Court on Feb. 27. 1978. Monday the 27th day of March Bernard J. DeGeorge, Jr.,
Formerly Starke. Sewing Center MfI O.J. Anders. They were James Waters, j The airman is a 19771 Gilbert' S. Brown 1978 at twelve o'clock Noon on Carl M. Smith, owners.
Sunday dinner'guests of their Mrs. Zona Morgan, and j( graduate'of Union County I II As Clerk of said Court said day on the premises of the Dated this 16th day of I,
( 21\5 E. cali St 'Approved? SINGER Dealer Starke. Fla. sisters Mrs Marian Hall and 'Mrs. Ruby Gayno.'of Ocala. I School Lake Butler. Her I By Marlon McRae, As Deputy Bradford County Jail Yard I will February, A.D. 1978 at Stark, '
Mra. Hester Hicks. Visited her aunt, Mrs. Rossle I father,Jack R.Eason; : ,lives ,inl| Clerk offer for sale and sell to the Florida.

: ,,:, 'r': j.. .,MissLyna WtJ.lle.! ,,.,Mlasea Rec ilJl\"on..slnd.Y.! .!, ![Elk.City.DM, I J I .3/2 4tctll 3/23 .. highest bidder for cash In hand, 2/16/ 4tpd 39NOTICE
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Ynem ." lrxn .. ",,. '114' 4'-111' nd ",p.W, e ",.... 1't" ..... .11 '. LEGAL NOTICE said. defendant to satisfy the -0/1\\,.
The School Board of Bradford aforesaid Execution. ,.
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'1 County. Starka. Florida will holda Dolph E. Reddish. Sheriff OF INTENTION I
; : Public Hearing on consideration Bradford County Florida TO REGISTER i
There's Something okir1g
;> of proposed School Board 3/2 4tchg 323NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAME
Rule No. 5400 In regard to Pursuant to Section 866.09
School Volunteers, March 20 OF INTENTION' Florida Statutes notice Is
y, At : 1978, at 6:30: p.m., In the School TO REGISTER hereby given that the undersigned -
Jf Board Room of the County Administrative FICTITIOUS NAME Kenneth and Barbers
'. Offices 6B2 North Pursuant to Section 86609. Cane, P.O. Box 58. Hampton, /,
Florida Statutes notice Is here Fla. doing business under the ,I

Sonny Real/Pit tar-dB- 301 DRIVE IN by given that the undersigned firm name" of "OLD OAK {i
6 Q Stephen M. Henley Route 1. NURSERY, Corner 18 ft 100 E,
Box 45, Raiford .Ra. 320B3T;; Theressa? Bradford County
301 South-Starke doing business under the 1rm Florida intends to register said
of "CONSUMERS fictitious name under the provisions !
name
r"- 964-7484. of aforesaid statute..
ROOFING COP Route 1. Box
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f 230'S. Temple Ave Starke 9648840'1R Frl Sat 46, Raiford Bradford County, Kenneth and Barbara Cane,
Florida 32083, Intends to Joint owners.
DRUCE IS BACKIn register Aid fictitious .name Dated this 23rd day of
under the provlsione of aforesaid February, A.D. 1978 at Storks
.
J statute. Florida. 1
Stephen M. Henley owner. 2/23 4 tpd. 3/9 ,
Dated this 9th day of
February AD.,1978 at Starke, IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
l l Florida. THE

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LY 'IMAND FOR

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD COUNTY,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL FLORIDA :, ,
Yl@lID COURT OF FLORIDAIN I
AND FOR IN RE: The Marriage of
BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL ACTIONIn SARAH ELIZABETH RYAN, I'
Il Ilj Re: The Marriage of ROBERT Wife/ Petitioner. :
A M. BROWNING Husbend, and and i !J
JOHN CANNON RYAN. :
ALICE FAYE BROWNING wife. I 1
( r Husband/f\e\ pond ent; '
Case No. 76-17NOTICE
I .PLUS.

.j,, f I .r L:. Dick Tillman J Bobby Brown, Duddy Robinson Blaine "Thunderfist" NO PROPERTYTO OF SUIT CASE NO.: 77.524

Ronnie Steve ROBERT M. BROWNINGYOU NOTICE OF SUIT'r t !
Thompson, Tljlman! And Manager, Long Bated R : I
.. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I
.. DISSOLUTION
fI FOR OF
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that an action for Dissolution of
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BlaineThompson Has Purchased Sonny's Real Pit 'Bar, -B-Q From Dick Tillman Sun Mon you Marriage ROBERT has been M. BROWNING.fled against MARRIAGE.SUM ALIMONY.

IlL II d, 1.1.. :.- and you are required to serve BY AWARDOF
I. copy of your written defenses, if REAL PROPERTY
.. "French Quarters".PLUS. 8f1'jto/ it. on the plaintiff's attorney WITH INTEREST f
Dick Will Be Going To Jacksonville To Take Care Another Newly whose name and address AND OTHER RELIEF

Is JAMES R.
FLYNN.
Thank All Pierce & Hardy P.A., P.O. TO. : JOHN CANNON RYAN .
Built Real Pit Bar-B-Q Restaurant. He Wants To .
Sonnys Drawer 1030, Starke Florida, Whose Last Known Aodress.

'The:Many People In Bradford County And Surrounding: 'Area. For .> .. ; "The Teacher" 32091.and file' the original with the -Box Is: c/o 1132.Wayne Live Friar Oak Trailer Florida.Park

I clerk of I
the above styled courton
So.Successful' : : ",.ir.. 'Rated R or before March 13, 1978: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
.: ..Making r ,Sonny's ./. ., : otherwise a judgement may be Petition for Dissolution of
entered against/ you for the relief Marriage. end Lump Sum Alimony -
' II 1 R L ; T.
Interest and other relief has. been
; : FLORIDA THEATRE Tried against you and you are required

.. .. : Of# Cour 8.lla'in Thompson Needs,, No Introduction: To Bradford County. He Is A Local Call A Walnut 8tark 964.64813Days written to defenses.serve a copy any,of to your the


,:. ..; ...Boy:'Who' Owns And Operates The Wishbone Fried..Chicken restaurants! In Starke, ,' / .tomey Petitioner WAYNE'or the M.Petitioner's CARROLL at-

40 East Main Street Lake
They went Into the
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'. .. Lake Birtlor And Gainesville.When .. .. tartlHig revelations before Butter March Florida 23.32064.1978. and on file or i
the original with the dork of this :

;'. : .:' 'You Are Hungry' r The Real! Pit Bar_ BQWe BEYOND only'h Court Petitioner's either thereafter attorney before; otherwise service or Immediately on a :!\, I


: Have. Dining R n'O'Ta e Out Service : default for will relief be demanded entered against In the (
: you !
; . !
.. Petition. '
I. .. :. DATED this 21st day of r


'. ..::"'.9? sonnyZa' : / fla" : .t Ear8 Q, r February. 1978.GILBERT Clerk: of Circuit S. BROWN.Courtid ;1' ;i,,


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By; Msnun McRae i'
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I Tornadoes Lose in First Game: Baseball, Round Robin Tourney .. ... .



Thirteen Bradford High Baseball Tournamen it. despite 'Even though we got! beat I The game was all but over fourth 2 in the fifth and added Bill Goodge singled, scoring sixth Inning and was credited on an error' on the ES right
runners were left stranded being outhlt H by the still feel confident we can still Eastslde held a comfortable one run in the sixth as ES was Reddish closing the score to with the win for BMS. Kevin fielder. '
Monday an Tornado base. Tornado nine.Bradford 1 win two more games from 11-5 margin In the top half of also scoring 3 more to set up 11-10 and leaving Goodge on Tlllman started and pitchedone In the last two Innings BHS
bailers lost 3-1 to Santa Fe left 13 runners Santa Fe In regular season the seventh and the EllS the 11-5 situation when BHS first and Cruce on third. and two thirds innings, played good defense .said
High In the opening round of a stranded. Going Into the play" says Coach Hartley equipment was Just about came to bat in the top of the Kilby, the Inning's lead off Goodge pitched one Inning Coach: Mike Hartley.'
Round Robin Tournament at bottom of the fourth inning the I..'. Ml, 5111u. S.| packed away In anticipation of batter,got his second single to Kenny Clark pitched two and 'The kids were just$ going
Palotka High. score was tied 11BUS .Mil .tlMtlBUS three easy outs. 7th.Dinky Killed off with a load the bases. two-thirds innings then crazy. I had to get Uimibadt
The loss Monday left BUS loaded the bases with no outs Eastside was shocked single and Jeffery Norman Jeffery Norman then Jackson came on In the into the dugout I hope the win'
with a 1-2 baseball mark In that inning but failed to 13- RUSH I I stunned by the sudden and un- was admitted on an error, walked forcing Clark with bottom of the seventh. will be ablg lift for us.Hartleey .
through Monday. Results of a score 'The old adage that the game expected rally from the young putting Tornado runners on the tying run making It 1111. Cruce led BUS at the plate '
Wednesday night game In the Dinky Kllby went the Isn't over until the last out Tornado nine. The game put first and second. Keith Northrup followed with a two with two doubles 'and four in his second year
Palatka round robin In which distance on the mound for came true for the young Brad ES at 2-1 and evened BUS at 1- Northrup then grounded to out. two run single on which runs-batted (KBI's). Clark at BHS after folding the
BUS met Ocala Forest were BITS pitching seven strong ford High baseballers last 1- In early season play. third, forcing Kilby for the Goodge and Kilby ,scored had a double and single and 2 RAms In 1976. admitted Ram
not available at press time. Innings. Tillman gave up 6 Thursday, Feb. 23, when they Eastslde had toyed with the first out. That left Northrupand putting BUS up 13-11. Mike RBI's, and scored :3 runs. miscues keyed the big burst
BUS plays In the Palatka hits struck out 6. and walked beat East lde 13.11 with an 8- Tornadoes through the early Norman on first and Jackson struck out to end the Kllby had two hits one a then emphasized the Impor-
tournament again Thursdayand 5. Two of the 3 Santa Fe runs run uprising In the !top of the innings leading 8-0 after three second. Mike Jackson then Tornado uprising. double and scored 2 runs. tance of the win for his young
Friday, March 23. Thursday were unearned Coach seventh Inning. innings. BHS scored 2 In the walked to load the bases Mike Jackosn had two singles squad.
the Tornadoes will try Hartley said.Veteran Marcus Cruce then doubledto It looked as If Eastside and scored :2 runs. Good had
host Palatka High at 8 p.m. Buddy Bernardo t.> bat in Norman and North might come back as the Ram two singles. "This early In the seasan.a
.Friday at 6 p.m.1311S will playSt. allowed hita but struck out 12 Name&' :: rap narrowing the ES advantage leadoff batter walked stole comeback win like this one
Augustine High. and walked only two In win Aldridge : I to 117. The play also put second, and went to third on a BHS scored two runs In the can do wonders for a team not
The lone win to date came In ning his second game. /. ,"', Mike Jackson. on third and passed" ball with nobody out. fourth inning when Cruce loaded with experience. Them
a high scoring. 13-11. game BUS scored its lone run Cruce at second, with one out. But relief pitcher Dinky trilby, doubled in Jackson and North- are no seniors on this team,
with teanUldo last week which when Kilby singled with two Player Week Doug Reddish singled the fifth Tornado hurler got rup. who had singled. BHS but If we keep our heads on
the Tornadoes won with eight out scoring Kevin Tillman scoring Jackson making It 11- the save by striking out the added two' more runs In the straight and cut down on mistakes ..
run rally in the top of the who had led with a singlewent 8. Terry Mundorff truck out second batter. fifth when 'Kllby 'doubled, we can get somethingout .
seventh. to second on a passed making it two outs with men With one out. the third Ram scoring Clark who was admitted of the year.
Couch Mike Hartley Is bull and stole third. Bradford High guard-wing a player' who gives 110 percent on first and third. batter lined sharply to shortstop on an error. Kilby BHS had 13 hits and nine
hoping the uprising against Santa Fealso plated one run man Freddie Aldridge was all the time. Aldridge's attitude Kenny Clark then doubled Mike Jackson who tossedto. scored on a force play at errors. ES had 8 hits and 6
Eastside; will show his young in the third when with two out chosen the Player of the Week Is exemplary. scoring Cruce making the third baseman Marcus second. In the sixth with two' errors, / '. -i't. .
buscballers they oun do the singled advanced to second by the talnrsvllle Sun earlier "Now. naturally I know I'm score 11-9 and. leaving Cruce Cruce to double the runner. off out BUS added Its fifth run' '
job. Hartley notes the team and third on BUS errors, and this week after his per speaking from 'a biased on second and .Reddish on third ending the game. when Mundorff and Clark aHII, '. ...."..u
butting average through scored on an error. formance In the District 5 viewpoint" said Adklnson. third. Mike Jackson pitched the singled and Mundorff scored .SHI, '.U!I.**....
Monday was .2ui: "which Is The winning, runs for Santa Class 3A basketball tournament "But a college scout asked me .
excellent.'* Fe came in the fifth when the at Clay High. If I wan him, would I take Al '
Most disturbing, the coach lead off batter doubled, the dridge or Lake Butler stand Grace Baptist Takes Trophy In Track Meet '
says, is that 30 runners have second man walked and both The 5'10''a" guard paced the out guard Boyzle) Perry, AndI :
bet-n left on the base In the advanced on a double steal. Tornadoes to the District 5 told him that I'd take Al
first three games& and the One run scored on a grounderto championship. Aldridge dridge( because I feel beg a The New. River. Baptist As- winners will participate In the In the Crusader It high jump.
Tornado nine hits committed shortstop and the second scored 31 points In the pre. better all-around ballplayer' sociation held its Associational State Royal Ambassador -First place Rick Welch -First place Doyce Griffls
20 errors. was singled home. liminary win over Palatka, Royal Ambas- Track and Field meet In Lake and second place Ed Kimbril and .second, place Greg'
Bill Goodge, Marcus Cruce and stole the ball for a lust second In his three years of varsity sador Track and Field meet Weir on'March 24' In the crusader II long jump. 'Phillips In' the Pioneer 1440'yard .
Santa Fe 3-IIIISI 1 and Doug Reddish each went layup for the win. basketball at BUS Aldridgehas on Saturday Feb. 25, with Overall polntleaders each run. )
Santa Ke scored two runs in two-for-four at the plate for scored 096 points lie Grace Baptist Church winning category were: Crusader II, Griffls, -First.place Doyce Griffls
the fifth Inning on two hits anda BUS. Kllby, Keith Northrup In the Championship game tallied 433 In 28 games this the trophy for the highest Rick Welch; Pioneer I, Doyce and-First second place Doyce place Greg and second place Randy
double steal to take a 3-1 win and Tillman each added a Aldridge and running mate season,434 last season and 12! overall points. Griffls and Pioneer II, Del in the Pioneer 1100 Harris, in the Pioneer .I long,
In the Palatka Round Robin single. Kenny Hampton each scored as a sophomore. Aldridge has Also participating' In the Griffis. Phillips dash jump. '. .. '
17 points to pace the Tornado averaged over 15 points meet were First Baptist of Winners In each event yard .
five 40-4.1 by towering Clay game( to lead the Tornado five Starke. and Brooker'Baptist. included: -First place Del l..Griffls.' In'
Earn Your High School Diploma High the number three in scoring. Hampton has a 12 Approximately 15 boys First place Rick Welch, -First place Randy Harris the Pioneer' 100 yard dash' ..' '.
ranked 3A team and highly point average.( participated in the three. second place, Ricky Nipper In and second place'' Greg First place Del' Griffith In .
touted tournament favorite. categories which were the Crusader II 50 yard dash. Phillips in the Pioneer I high the Pioneer II 440; yard run.
By Taking The GED Tests. Aldridge can also make the Crusader II. Pioneer I and Rick Welch first place and jump. .
Aldridge followed the district big basket as he did In the Pioneer II. The categories Ricky Nipper, second place, In Randy Connor first place -First place Del Griffis In
performance with a 26 Palatka game stealing the covered grades four through the Crusader; 330 run. and Randy Harris second .the Pioneer II long jump..
Applications For The GED point effort in Region 3. the ball with the score knotted at twelve. -First place Ricky Nipper place in the Pioneer 1220 yard -First place Del Griffls in
lowing cause Tuesday night at 56, driving half the length of First and second place and second place Ed Klmbril rim the Pioneer II high Jump.
Ocala Vanguard.It the court for the
game

Tests Are Being Taken'At made the choice for the winning basket. Red Teams Win All in BMS All-Star GameTheannual

Sun's last Player of the Week "That's the type of playerhe
The Bradford Union Area honor a very easy task, wrote Is," said Coach Adklnson
Fred Koush, Sun sports "always giving us a 110 per. Bradford Middle Ited: 17 16 11 13. 57 .
VocationalTechnicalCenter. writer. cent of fort. And I just think Its School all-star basketball Gold: 15 10 9 13 47 ".
Warney Adklnson Al great that he and Hamptoncan game ended Thursday with RedScott: Allen 2. Kenny .,
dridge's coach, constantly. go out winners since this. the girl's red team and the Mack 13,Keith Jones 4, Kenny
touts his high scoring guard as Is their last year here boy's red team victorious.The Griffis 6, Monte Moore 0. Ron
teams were picked Davis 0, Brian Thomas 5, I
Recreation Dept Still Preparing from the Physical Education James Curtis 4, Robert Tyson '. ..
classes and divided Into teams 2, Handy Cannor 3, Scott ,.
The Deadline Is March
3,1978; as equally as possible, said Hudson 6, Kenny Davis 3, ,. :
ForSpring SportsThere Coach George Loper. The two Greg Sapp. 0, Willie Pierce 2,
Call 964-6150 For Information teams are named for the James Glover 0, Greg
will be Individual and set at this time. If you school colors.In Chambers 0, Ernie Lane 2,
have a team In the the first the girls 0, Dewltt3.Shawn ,
-------------------- organizational meetings for game Gary Tyson Kenny
each Softball league in the league, a representative from red team squeaked past the Struthers 0. .'
Examinations Are Scheduled coming week. On Tuesday, your team MUST be at this gold 2624. Leading scorer for Gold: Kerry Fisher 16, .
February 28th, at 7:00: p.m. meeting. If you have any the red was Jody Tutwiller. Chuck Williams 2, Benny :,
March 6-9 Women's Open League will questions. please phone the with six points. Leading Tankard 4, Daryl Thornton 0,
meet with the Men's Open Recreation Department 964.JH92. scorer for the gold was .Jeff Belcher 0, Clifford Smith

From 1OO: P.M. 10:00: P.M. League meeting following at R.. ..J.lfr! iP.pI's.! ..alaq. wit1.alxpoihts. 4, Randy Paradari4 nHloky :. ,
p.m. On Thursday, March 2.7p.m. Sullivan 0, Todd Hankerson 0, '"' ..
the Women's Church Dixie Johnny Badillo 3, Clayton ,
March 10 League will meet, and at 8 BoysCoaches lted:3: 129 0.26 Norman 2. Tracy Miller 2. : .1' t.
p.m. the Men's Church Gold: 2 4. 6 12 -24 Richard Fender! 2, Emmett '; < '
From 8:30: A.M. 4:00: P.M. League. Roster sheets, player Needed Red: Jody Tutwiller 6, Lisa Watkins o.. Steve Carter 2. w.. ,, ,
contracts, schedules and Alvarez 4, Harriet Davis 3, Curtis Griffin 0, Wayne : ':. > \:: .
entry fees will be discussed Anyone interested in Alecia Sheffield 4, Teresa Slocum 4. Reggie Morris 0. 'J. ': j, ; '
coaching Dixie Boys Baseball Griffis 4. Beth Francis 0, Allen Davis 0, Timothy .
;
please contact Cheryl Godwin Donna Prescott 0. Diana Chastain 2. .I:, :' ;: !
at' the Recreation Crawford 2, Carmella Coburn This was the first athletic ::' ."' j. :: ,
Plaza
Barber ;
FOR SALEALUMINUM Department 9646792. Dixie 0, Vondakay Hall 3. activity since the new .1 ;:
SHEETS Boys Baseball for boys ages Gold: Becky Cooney 0. bleachers were Installed, --"so ": .''
13 and 14. Most of the rules are Susan Sapp 4, Lourdes we got to .show them off a '' ".
And Style z.t 518".36" 1.009" official baseball rules with a Castaneda 2, Lois Moore 0, Jill little," said Loper. He added ,''Ij.),",..,,;'.:". .
Shop Hayes 2, Terrie Mathews 4. that with the new bleachers J -::-
few modifications made by Carmen Eaves 0. Lorrain there will be more activities of
440 E. Madison .75. Etch the Dixie Boys Association.The Bass,Lee Ann Flynn 2, .lyra! this kind In the future.Ov..r 1 AnSSAs +,
Recreation Departmentdoes Cummings 4. 400 spectators attended i ii
964-5030 THESE ARE OFFSET not need anymore Dixie the game. The pro-
PRINTING PLATES Youth Coaches (ages 10-12) The boy's red eased by the ceeds went to purchase new
BOBBBBB but does need help with the Gold 57-47 In the second game equipment for the Physical
UoUmlOd AoiotMt.! Dixie Boys. of the night. Education department.
Leading scorer for the red R. Epps' was the scorekeeper ,.; i
STYLE CUTS'FOR Bradford Printers was Kenny Mack with 15 Booth managed the .t p.
VM-4305 points. Leading scorer for the teams along with J. Shuford. .
gold was Kenny Fisher with Officials for both games wereB. r
16 points. Paterson and J. Lewis.

Dwight Slater's Umpires and Scorekeepers Needed .. :(f-f.IA. ; s_:
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Food & Scat Anyone men or women please call Cheryl Godwin at
MEN & WOMENBy that are interested In um the Recreation Department x
Open for the adult softball 964-6792.
7 AM.12 P.M. U.S. 301 S. leagues should plan to attendan For anyone interested In
S Walnut St. umpiring clinic Thursday. umpiring Dixie Youth or Dixie

SUNBEAM March 9, 1978 In the Old Boys Baseball a meeting will'be ..
/ Appointment Only FLATS ,., Armory. All new umpires or set up at a later date to go '.
BREAD ECCS LARGE those who did not 'take the over rules regulations, and
A.S.A. umpire test should more information. If you are
rd AllRedken 79 *| >9 2'/t Dor. 'come at 7 p.m. for the Interested call the Recreation.
2 Loaves required test. For those who Department 964-67SB.
Tlio gold team trips to find an but the. red guarded
did take the test last year, For scorekeepers there w ill well. open space !.
Products BOnDEN'S plan to come at 7:45: p.m. for a be a clinic Tuesday. !March 7.
t ALL BRANDS BEER review. Registration forms to 1978 at 4 p.m. in the Old .
MILK become an A.S.A. umpire will .Armory. To be eligible for
be available this. time. If should be Dixie Baseball Now.' .
VICKIE KIRCHAINE Case scorekeeping. you at Registration
155 0,1, $100 Over Cost you have any questions or are least 14 years of'age. If.you .
unable attend this meeting have not kept score before, the The.Recreation Departmentwill 'Center and 'the .Recreation *)
U 9 clinic is designed to teach you begin registration for it's Department' Office, Old, .*,
how. scorekeepers from, Dixie Youth and Dixie. Boys Armory. : -
last year are NOT required to Baseball Programs Monday, For. Dixie Youth a child.V
attend. Please contact the February .27th. Registrationwill .must be. at least 10 years Of1.;
Recreation Department be held at the Pratt Street and not older than 12. The ':
age
John Brown ? "The new tax .. .. .. --- age determining -;date. Is ':;

: : August I. 1978. Nine year olds .

Will Treat You In A HomeOf -j forms.. A good THE. : may must successful' try-out but they and "fl';

Mnry irV. Block make the league.-Try-outs will .., '
to let us help iFLDRIDA.BANK.iAT .) be held during regular' '
reason '
Your ChoiceDouble practices.: i n
1 ) ST.ARKE.1 1i :
with taxes.1At Dixie Youth WIU have eight
.your teams again this year.:, six
:MAKES: i from Starke'and two from '.
H&R Block, we understand these new '. Lawtey, ,AU 'children In the J.
forms know the laws. .We'l1 do every Lawley area should register ,..
.
we '
iREAL., :ESI'ATE! .
& Single that's : .in Lawtey. See Mr.Buddy)!; .
And
money.
thing we can to save'you .. .. : .Paterson at.. '.Lawtey ?&
Reason No. 1 why you should let H&R Blockdo L'DAN5 : Elementary. .'.. :t.. .

your taxes. : :... .' ,**> ': .. .. .. .. .. . .boys.Dixie 13-14 Boys is years.a program of age for.:' ,... .

H&R BLOCK' !,WEHOW) I ,HOW[ !(II* I&WEKNDW :A, Jttetermining August ...1978.,age This from date; the.' IsJ S '

t : ague, will expand two '.. '
THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE I. ,HO. WTO!! I ',HEtSFlorida ; teams to four teams three.from ::.
JOHN BROWN .2 Convenient, Ar ree Office Starke and one from'
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&.*' .Lawtey, Attain aU Interested V
8tatwe. Fls.' l K aytlO1.! Hnahtd,' .. : ; boys in. the Lawtey ar'..' .
;
118 N. Walnut 81. '2 Door Dawn From Andrews'. .' .y f'a'wr? should\ see Mr..Paterson. .,>,
OEILEHOMECENTER 964.6286 '''. J.4T3821S.Our i :L",: @
;, _. :Birth certlficaWshouM: be .-"
oIlc., .r. open 8., *..W,ys.'.9-A8U.-; Sun. .Iblk.s.. .." ..' .J' . . ... presented with: player's

Hwy 21 Keystone, Hglhts.. Appointments.. Available' .ItorUta. ,. registration requirement card.: of :both This,Dixie b''a i "

Op.n Tonlflri'' lottof.ori I Cltnlto sl('" Youth and Dixie ; Boys<< '

baseball). :;.

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I Tornado Five Wins District 5-3A Basketball Title 00 I


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A stunned Clay High five to tough, stingy "-1-2 defense Clay High 36-3 going I into floor, 17 for 51 attempts from from outside, and also drove but Palatka tied it 31.31 at the remaining, and went bade
wered above Bradford High which has limited opponentsto the game and third ranked In the field,and 63 per cent: at the for the basket to get the easy onto the court In what looked
I but went down 46-43 Saturday 48.2 points per game The the ...tel took a 17-11 first free throw line, 12 for 19. snot or draw a foul. half.Palatka built six point advantage UK four corner offense
night In a big upset as second defense held up both nights period lead. BUS began. Clay High had only 13 Tony Grubbs' three field In the third period be- I Just. Palatka's guards
seeded Bradford High won the minus the services of the BHS pressing In the second goals, two!less than BUS hand goals and one by Keith Gainey fore BUS came back. Substitute ban d the basketball. The
District SAM basketball big man, 6-1 David Walker. quarter, outscored Clay 14-7. hit 13 of 20, or 65 percent:, from In Ben Ross got Into the act seco ticked away with the
tournament played in Green Walker sat on the bench In foul tookra 29-24 half time edge, and the free throw line. James rthperiud.Hampton tied with three snort Jumpers two ads throwing the ball
Cove Springs. trouble-snot of Friday night, maintained the lead Into the y Butler Clay's leading scorer, the game 37-37 with a free banked off the glass from the bad id forth near midcourt.
BUS got into the (final with then fouled out midway the fourth period. was held to 6 points. Tony throw then tied It 39-30 with a side as BITS regained a two The Aldrldge electrified
highly favored host Clay High second period In the championship "They had us eating out of Grubbs led Clay with 13. 17 foot jump shot Aldridge point 45-43. edge going into the c: l with his quick steal.
by beating Palatka High 58-56 game against the their hands," Coach Adkinson Then how did BUS win?' sunk both ends of a one-and- the third period. Aldrldge tiedthellamet1..1 He c efully dribbled from
Friday night In the first of two taller Clay High five said of the first period of the 'We Just outhustled them one foul to tie the game 41-41 with ISOleft half c: rt and laid one In for.
I II IN pressure packed finishes Duana Cummings Roland championship: game Saturday from the word go," says the third period when he stole the wi with five seconds: left
r K Freddie Aldridge gave BUS Cummings, Ben Roes night Coach Adkinson. The veteran Gainey put Clay up 43-41 he ball and made a lay up, on the clock.
the Paiatka win with a steal Aldridge and Hampton all Kenny Hampton andFreddie coach pointed again to the with a short Jumper as time and was fouled after the shot. Aldridge hit S baskets In the
and lay up with five second played stellar defensive Aldridge each stole BitS defense. began to be a real factor Aldridge then converted both first period, 4 In the second:
l leU. games. Coach Adkinson said. the basketball from Clay a. Big man, M David Walker Another Aldridge free throw ends of a one and one for a plus a one-and-one, got two
It was the Freddie Aldridge Tornadoes shot 33 percent BHS opened the second periodwith fouled out midway the secondperiod. : brought BHS within one, 42-43, four point I play.>> baskets plus another oneandone -
and Kenny lIam ton show against Palatka and just a full court press That Walker committed the the Rose hit his biggest shot BUS maintained; the slim In the third, and added :3 I
I both nights. Aldridge scored slightly better against the tall sparked the Tornado five, fouls trying to reach over the of the season,and BHS was upon lead with Aldridge carrying baskets plus a crucial free
31 points and Hampton 10 Clay High team, but stayed In Coach Adkinson said. Clay taller 6-10, 6-8, 6-8. Clay *. 44-43. with ::28 left. the load and Hampton ana throw for B IS' 56th point at
Friday night as the two the games on the shooting of scored only one field goal in cagers. Hampton then iced the win llosscontributlng an occasional 1:17: in the fourth period. He
guards contributed 41 of the 58 Aldridge and Hampton and. the second: quarter BUS wing man Roland with his final two free throws, basket until only a minutewas hit on 13 of 24 shots from the
BUS points. Saturday night the stingy defense. "We tust played some Cummings was shifted into slipping the net left In the game. Patatka/ field. or 54 percent rf I
they scored 17 points each defense,'f Coach Adkinson the middle to take Walker's tied the score 56-S6 with 1:00: Hampton and Ross contributed !- 3 :
against Clay High, for 34 of the BUS 4.-Clay High 43 aid. "They shouldn't have place. Ben Ross came at aril. II 14 II II... left.Coach 10 points each for BUS.III4I4H.M. .t r
46 BHS points' Ben Ross drove faked his scored 17 points on us in the Cummings' wing post. Mark CI.vi IF > 11 |..| Adkinson called time "
Season record for district man out, and sunjr a 10 foot first quarter." Walker also saw some action ...Mil AMrMK.. .".''', MimptM I.M,, at that point to set up a shot. yl.
champion Tornado five is 18-0. jumper with 28 seconds left "We cut It back to two points at the middle post and Glen II...m Cwnmins/1.45,..5. 110......,._O. Cunmiss/41.7.. ,...,. II.1144.Clan Hampton drove for the basket ..,MilHit.. II" Ie ,.." .
Clay High ended the season 26- and little Kenny Hampton and started playing Rood Carter relieved Freddie .. wini4m 4-1.t, mini 141.M put up a flashy shot from .. .AMrMM t I44ll,. N--. ... ,
3. BUS through the district: calmly bucketed two free defense." BIGS cut Clay Aldridge when he got stomach .r4 ,..... OrnMl t-MI .ull..r....., about six feet and missed. ,It, .. CwnmlHM. I...*. w...... t4.u .
won 13 of Its last 16 games, throws with 11 seconds remaining scoring In half the final three cramps. "...,"a.,... O.mry' .*.. T4I4II ,.,,10 and got called for charging .. 1-4.14. TrtMl MM 144M.PMMMl IJI7.. .".1ttI *.'.., .5a
Saturday's district title Is to Ice the District 5: quarters. From 17 points the Free throws kept BHS in the> a. the process. That turned the winwrwm,,,..Ntm ...".M>MM I11. .
7th for Bradford High In the AAA basketball championship first period Clay fell to 7,11, 'game In the fourth period. ails M-Palatka S6 ball over to Palatka. .l.M45..44-_l-....IMMt It.4M. .
pst 13 seasons. Coach for Bradford High In a 46-43 and 8 the final three quarters. BHS went Into the final eight A lightning quick steal and Palatka called time with ::30 I
VVarney Adkinson has won the win over top-seeded and third BIIS altered its defense minutes with a 36-35 ad an easy lay-up by Freddie
district title three of the five ranked Clay High. slightly, by sliding straight vantage. Clay High was Aldridge with five seconds left
years he has coached BHS Clay High panicked and quit back, picking up Clay forced to come after the gave Bradford High cagers a
varsity basketball. Former shooting the good percentageshots sooner and keeping them Tornadoes to get the basket- 58-56 win over Palatka High In
Coach Mike Sexton won the as the Tornado five' further outside. ball, and thereby, committed the preliminaries of the GRAND
district title four of the eight threw up a tight 2-1-2 cone "When you keep a good fouls Still Clay scored more District 5-3A basketball '\..
years he coached. Prior to defense and forced the shooter further out,. he won't from the charity line than tournament In Green Cove ,,
those 13 seasons one must go towering Blue Devil five to: shoot. He'll know he's out of BHS. Springs last Friday night. OPENING] ] ,
back to 1949 before finding a take bad shots. range and will wait to get In Freddie Aldrldge and Aldridge bombed the basket
BHS cage team that won con- The game was tied three the right position," Coach: Kenny Hampton supplied the for a game high 31 points In '
.Kenny Hampton lays' one ference honors times In the fourth period, 37- Adkinson noted. scoring punch which leading the BHS five to the Jim's Styling Center
up despite the Interferencefrom Another large factor In the 37, 39-39, and 41-41, before BUS got only 15 reboundsfor continually kept BHS In the hard fought victory In the preliminaries Eloise Sic met
Palatka. Jim Morgan
BHS success In the 1978 Ross put BHS up 44-43 with ::28 the night The Big Red five ball game, each scoring 17 Friday night. BHS I
district tournament was a let I* shot just 33 percent from the points against; Clay. Both hit took a 15-11 first period lead
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was no magic for the The towering Vanguard times until they made the The game was played In the Kenny Vaughns added 16, Ben Ross who had three 18 9800' '
giant-killing Tornado five In cagers merely threw the basket good. BHS could not Vanguard gym before a sellout hitting from outside and In- baskets.
the Ocala Vanguard gym basketball over the heads of get under the boards to rebound crowd. side. The tall 6-10 Purvis Aldridge was the BUS PERMANENT WAVES- ..
Tuesday night as the numberone the shorter Bradford playersto much of the time. Van- BIIS scored close to its simply took feeds over the scoring machine In the second
state ranked Knights get good close-in! percentage guard followed Its shots well season average with 54 points heads of the Tornadoes half, getting 22 of his 26 points. REQ '25" NOW' MB"
rolled over Bradford High 72-' shots from 6-10 feet and folded back under the Tornadoes shot 42 percent turned around and made short He shot all five BHS charity
54 to take the Region III Class around the key, then reboundand basket. from the floor 25 for 60. But 'two handed shots from 6 to 10 tosses, hitting four of them. PEG ,35" NOW '22"
3A basketball crown. put It back up evcrnt BHS had one shot BHS got only 5 foul shots, two .feet out.Duane. The loss ends the Bradford RE3 MO" NOW '25"
Vanguard would rebound and of which were technicals Cummings hit four High season at 1810. The
x'460.a4. be on the go. called on the OV coach. out of five shots In the first Tornado five won 13: of its final COMPLETE
4 I BUS led 10-9 with 3:20: left iny Vanguard was 10 for 17 from period from the left side aboutIS 17 games, including a District
wrl I the first period and had the the charity line feet out to lift BHS. But championship win over MONDAY Thru SATURDAY
.e now 27-2 Knights worried for Bradford Kenny Aldridge Cummings stopped number three ranked Clay
awhile. led scoring for the night with after that. Center David High. THURSDAY EVENINGS BY
But by the end of the first 26 points, but most ofAldridge's Walker added an Inside .Mil 11575 "14-M APPOINTMENT

period the towering Vanguard points came in the bucket and Aldridge got a VM. .(I Mil ..,......|......-...,II M4m IF .,14.11 lOT 144. 964-6394
five 6-10, 6-8, 6-8, 6-4 6-1, led second half with BHS trailing sleeper I layup on the fast .<..Cummliw, .-.-.. D Cvmmlnit' 44I. 'Across From Hwy Patrol I
15-11 and never relinquished from 12 to 16 points. Aldridgewas Weak! to give BHS a balanced .D.W.'imr.........t4-44.Tdiult. ... North

l advantage.Vanguard. missing the entire basketin attack. in the early going. M.V4ntwi William I...4, V.1.1. .u.hr>.,- 301
t led 12 points 32- the early going. Vanguard But in the second period ..M4MH 4-1-...".. ",.... WW94 4M 964-6394 .
20, at the half, 52-40 after the players also blocked a good BUS scoring faded except for l...r.l M.I.. T.,... ....o.n.
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TELEGRAPII March 2. 1171
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Pumping Iron f r, 4th /, Dickey :Waves the Flag I


I 9a yt Head Gator Doug Dickey who can be developed Into

BHS Edged] by Union CountyThe waved the flag as he put It, at football players to help said.the VF He
K some 80 Starke Rotarian and program, Dickey
Jammed Wednesdaynoon cited as an example Bradford
guest
BItS Tornadoes lost NAME! WHT BENCH CsJ T PL PTS Into the Pecan Room at High linebacker Lawrence
a eUyW
Patrick 8-2. 193. recently
11nrt' the Garden Restaurant
close match pumping iron
to UP grid grant
signed a
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Union T.SammOfts" US 100 225 Defense Is the big question
against County of
UP/ signs players
1 S never
with a 39-37 final score. L.Davis 114, 110 160 350 mark for Gator football ai questionable academic ability
T. Ely 1151120 105 U5 Spring drills approach April
football
M. Slocum 123'11 lIS 110 365 1 5 16.Coach Dickey told the local and questionable
Danny 1t11< Minton and Jay Grlffis parti-- M. Jordan 137\1'1\ 210 110 290 another question mark the player with solid academic
cipated in exhibition matches. 170 ability so they won't face two
J. Benn.tt 142 I" 365 UP head coach said
T. Jones 14' U5 215 470 i Dickey admitted the 6-4-1 problems anef!can concentrateon
ISS 210 200 410 In 1977was less than he football.
A. Moon season
the men will meet at Vanguard 2 3 UP football will be oriented
225 445
I. Jenkins 103'220 had expected.The Head Gator
Friday, March 3. around the I-
offensively
K. Reddish 164 110 1" 310 'said It was his responsibilityto
Wednesday March II, they of
with lot shifting
2 formation a
C. Vaomans 175 245 210 455 3 make coaching change in
K. Crug.r 179 275 215 4.0 1 such a situation and said he and different looks the Head
host Clay County, and Satur- L. Patrick 103', 300 265 565A 1 baa done so.Defense Gator said. UF no longer has
day, March 18, Is the State Scott 216\1'1\ 110 1" 310K.NNI .. Is the biggest the talent to run the Wishbone.
Championship. 2" 265 I" 460I 3 I question mark. UF finished
Too defenses have become
yr 10th In defense In the South- ,
in stopping the
eastern Conference in 1977, accomplished
the
I Men's Discusses Rule ; e primarily Dickey said be- of veer its offense success since in 1972 height when
League Changesby d cause of a week secondary, Michigan was first In the
"We've got to get a lot
t bet nation offensively with 6.2=1
Sy Ivies heeler however there will be no split from Gainesville, Lake City. eaiingIcoftstated. of yards per snap and UF was
Recreation Director Cheryl between the 21 games to be LiveOak, and Macclenny Site players position by position second at 6.1.
God In held a meeting for the played by all four teams. Also of the Sub-District tourney has Dickey admitted he does not UF used to be able to break
Men's League! and the voted on and discussed was not yet been determined. know who will play the offensive the big play with the veer, but
Women's League on Tues., the trophy situation. It was Until now players believed With every muscle Saul Kirk Minion presses 1M petwd IB hi.. exhibition. match during the line where 0 of: /II starters had less success with It in the
Feb. 28th for the purpose of decided that there would be an that they could only wear competition against Union County Friday. have played out their past few. seasons. Dickey
dlscuKKlng rule changes and Over All City Champion.First rubber cleats. Now accordingto eligibility. noted.
schedules! for games. (lit place and Second ASA rules. In 1978. metal Dickey said the Gators UP will have some type of
ItcHulatlons discussed at 12nd. ) place trophies with Indi- spikes may be worn by all won't be the most physical option play, will use the play
HUH informal meeting were vidual trophies going to the teams during league play. Super Pretzel Wins Round Robinby team in the SEC next season, action pass and will throw the
clarified by Ms. Godwin to the First place winners only Ouch!! Watch out for those or any season in foreseeable football more for shorter
Huttsfuction of the three out ol There Is a $25 registrationfee ankles..Games may begin Sylvia Wheeler slve and defensive uame. succumbed to the bats and the future. Florida recruiting consists yardage the coach said.
four teams represented. For to make sure your team with 9 players If approved by Thanks to Mother Nature However, the green men sent defense of the Super Pretzel of plenty of players UP quarterbacks cannot
the IU7H! City League season, Mill be playing in the City the Recreation Dept. should a Hrooker's first tournament of Brooker out of the tourney 2O-9. and took home Rcondplace skilled at various positions, throw as well as the two FSU
there! will be 4 teams in the League This will be deducted team member not show up In the 197B season went along on with a 1-run lead, winning 8-7 honors. but the state simply doesn't quarterbacks but can run
I\h'n..teague. us of Feb 28th. from the fee for all 21 games. time for play However, the schedule on Saturday Feb. 25. over Brooker. According to Tournament produce the big, strong line- better '
In order to use the field at must continue' with the Brooker was hosting a five- Mow at 7:30: p.m., It was Director Steve Nipper, the men in any quantity. Dickey Dickey said UP will be a
They are McDonalds. night u .150: fee wllbe/ palm Instead of 10 until team double elimination time for the winners of the day's events went off very named three such physical better passing team In 1978
mumiKcd by Lane Sibley. charged for the use of the end of the game. There are 7 Hound Robin Tonrnnm .t losers' bracket and the well,with much thanks to ASA specimens but said the Gators because the Gators are goingto
I \U I Law ley Correctional lights, two hours at a time. innings In Men's League softball the Brooker field. winners' bracket to meet for umpire favorites, Rick! Ezell successfully recruited only throw so many passes at the
Iitndlulei. managed by Two weeks prior to scheduled or a 10-run rule after 5 Playing at 9 a.m. in the title of 1st and 2nd place Gator pass defense in practicethey'll
Randall Davis former Starke games there will be no charge Innings. partially chilly weather, winners. This meant Super of Brooker, Gene Curls: and one.Recruiting this winter has have to Improve.
creation( Director. DuPont. for the field.I'layers By a vote of 3-1 on Tuesday Brooker put the first team Into Pretzel, as yet undefeated Jimmy Mansolo, of Gaines not gone as well as had been Garden Restaurant owner
miingcd by as yet unknownpc'rKont. In the City League night It was decided that the losers'bracket by downing played against Plant-It- ville. Much thanks to these hoped. Dickey admitted. The Gus Kopelousos said the
and the former Bad- must be at least 16 years of McDonalds could register Plant It Earth, of Gaines- Earth. Busting loose with a 8 three who kept peace when UF recruiting program Is now Rotary Club has its largest
cock' Furniture team, as yet age In the Church League, l5year Class Open Instead of Class A, ville. run lead after their first timeat ever temper flared, as some beyond the name players are crowd In his experience for
un-named represented by olds may play. but will not B or Industrial. DuPont was The second game, at 10:30: bat. Ihe mreen-men times happens down to good solid students Coach Dickey's appearance.
Timmy Kilund.; bi on the official roster not present to vote which constitutes saw Super Pretzel, formerly I
There will be four classes ASA and cannot play In the 1 negative vote Trl-Graphic of Gainesville,
these teams can' register in for tournaments.For each out of above. meet and beat Levy County Bradford Bassmaiters held didn't seem to want his also
the Hwmon. These classes are: county players i Class A. B or Should a team, any team, in State Bank. Carl Wilkina of, their February tournament on Red used the same worm and
Class! Open allowing out of Open), the team the City League wish to put on Super Pretzel suffered a the Dunnellon backwaters : LL.ilL.1/tilth!; ;( : .!. came out empty handed It
eounty Iayers.ClassA.'lass If an out-of-county payer Is a tournament they must II) severe leg injury when he Feb. 18.Rain was just Eddy's day at
Ii. und Industrial.. As of Tues., dropped from the roster, there! submit the date to the Boardof pulled some ligaments in his greeted the Bass- L:.; I:; L Lt tlW: Dunnellon.In .
there was! one team registered is no refund. If another out-of- Recreation Directors for knee and had to leave the masters as they manned their
lor flaxs recognition, which tow-ner Is added to the rosterto approval 2)) register for an gamefortheday.ltwallouchand boats at 6:30: a.m. By 9 a.m. behalf of the club I would
wus ?:McDonalds who will go take the former players ASA sanctioned tourney 30 go for both of these base the rain had stopped, but the ,...- like to extend a word of
open. Former Kadcock place, there will also be a $10 days prior to date submittedand wind was still a factor. .. sympathy to Basamaster Don
Furniture team member fee. 3)) pay $t75 for use of the hitting clubs for seven full Fishing was a bit slow briars: because he had the In behalf of the club I would Brown and family In the loss
Eland; has indicated his team All ineligible player protests field for the tourney Frl. thru innings. Considering there probably due to the unaettleiweather. winning string, (so far) but like to congratulate these two of their grandmother.The .
Mill prolwibly go Class B. as must be written up and turned Sun. afternoon, which Includes was no 15 run rule present, It is hard to what he didn't know was that fine fishermen. March tournament will
\\ell UK l.CI Dul'ont \sill be over to the Recreation office a $23 deposit on the as in most tourneys, the talliesat maneuver and cast your bait Eddy la very capable of Especially Eddy, because be held at Lochloosa and
the only team in the Industrial within 24 hours of the accusa concession stand. If you clean the end of the 7th inning saw in windy weather, you can't catching bass in all kinds of, Eddy worked until/ about 12 Orange Lakes March 18.
class tion. The Recreation Boardw up the concession stand like Super Pretzel the winner, 12- control your cast. weather with a borrowed midnight, then drove to Boats ,will be l launched at
Men/ Mill begin on April 17th. their recommendation, but will be refunded to you. Any Levy County going Into Basimasters returned to the After Eddy and Jody without any rest or sleep, then return at 6:30: p.m. for weighin. .
und the teams Mill play 7 the final decision is up to the equipment, except vehicles, the losers' bracket, this set the landing for the weigh-in, all weighed In Eddy walked managed to place first. He .
rounds of ;2 games per week District A.S.A. Chairman, will be furnished by the Ilec. stage for the third game of the> but Eddy Bryan and Jody away with the winner of. the accomplished all this with a Both lakes are up and
until the League expires onJUlwWlh Tom Sperling, of Deland. Dept. This includes all rest- winners' bracket. .pitting Starling they came in a mite day.Harold borrowed worm that Red rising Orange,still has a grass
: (Olliciul games Mill 1'iotebU arc $.15, payable room supplies Brooker against Cal -Gas of. placed second, Murphy said would catch fish. problem. .
begin ul 7lo.:: sharp, with no when protest is recorded in As final l note, should a Fernandina Beach at 12 noon. late.Harold Branham was Harold also landed the largest P.S. Jody was using the same Bass wishes ,
grace period allowed I for late the official scorekeeper's protest arise during a sche-- Brooker broke loose early and r !smiling like a mule eating bass for the dav., r kind of W>rm.: he say's1 Jhev ..Nell Cl'awfordl.UlIUII :;
pUiNtru. Game time if forfeit book, and*will be refunded to duled league game the allowed the.Gas men toV,, .. I .
lime. hich means that if your the team if the protest is protest must be made when score in the 2nd and 5th
team Isn't on the field, readyto upheld. the infraction is made, recorded innings only, bombing them, 4IE1L11
play at 7':JII.) for 1st games, Anytime before June 20th, a In the scorekeeper'sbook
and H'41 for second games the team may add or drop a before the next ball is 183.At 1:30, it was time for the
game Mill be forfeited with no player from their roster, but pitched or will be rendered losers' bracket to begin, with aEQ11aa1JIE
chance of make-up !game or an updated and accurate voided. Plant It -Earth playing
refund of money roster must be in the office of Good luck to all of the club Levy County State Bank. In,
On April 17th.opening night, the Recreation Departmentone this year. Ms. Godwin has what was to prove to be a long
at 7:11I.:: () McDonalds will meet day before the player may pledged her support and is always game Plant ItEarth
Dul'ont und at 8-1: : former Clay A completed roster, available to discuss any eliminated the first team of
lladeock Furniture will face ( all players, must be rules or regulations you do not the tourney with a close score iiuiauc
1.11'This/ draw wan made turned in. along with signed understand. The League will of 53.
(hi' |pre' > ? of ill team contracts and the be abiding by ASA rules only Brooker again cruised onto
representatives. Completed balance, if any, of the initial this year. the field at 3 p.m. against
schedules for further games playing fee, on April 14th, before For coverage of any Super Pretzel, and it was to
will he furnished by Ms. play begins on April 17th. scrimmage in town or tourna prove to be Brooker's
(;iod\in Teams going to Sub- ment games out-of-town, undoing. Joey Sanderfer and
In the past years, there has District. First and Second please contact Sylvia Gary Macklam of Brooker
been a first half and a second place in the City League, will Wheeler,964-6305,between the made the only runs for the
half for softball plav Now be in the company of teams hours of B a m.and 5 pm., and game for Brooker Sanderfers
9647166.] after 5:30: p,m. For being an errorless in-field
information about reservingthe home run. Super Pretzel 4 a411LEvLQ
I Fish Serves 230 People
There !*! u Fry Westside field, please con twisted Brooker into an 8-2 tWEUO
tact Ms. Godwin at the victory.On .

Beautiful weather and good Theressa. an athletic shirt Recreation Dept., 964-6792 tap next was the losers,
food contributed to the from Bret & Jerry's Athletic before 5:30.: again. Plant It Earth
success of the Annual Shop: Bob Gordon of Keystone agisnt Cal-Gas. what was to '
February Fish Fry held Heights a mountain lion Fi2t; MAi I"' prove to be a very controversial JU1EUQEt, ? EE'IVULQEBier :
Saturday. Fcb 25. by the ; Mrs. Herbert Clover game concerning ASA
Theressa Volunteer Fire settle of Theressa a hanging rules, the Earth men sent the., :
1 Department. Cal-Gas team home by
basket; Tammy Baldree of
Approximately 230 people Theressa, a braided Eva French legend has it thata defeating them 156.
of fish rug; red Once the teams of
were served dinners Mao Kuykendall a step man appeared to Napoleon again
hushpuppies grits, cole slaw ladder Woody of and foretold his downfall Brooker and Plant-It-Earth
; George
baked beans and drink The Melrose, a gift certificate; met and played a close offen- O
Volunteers did all the cooking Willis Swindell Theressa, a Essd Mir
of f fish grits and hushpuppies rod and reel; Joan Carnes of
under the supervision of Starke, an AM-FM transistor "
Ernest: Triest Sr. and G.L. "
radio: Mrs. Pearlie Davis of
i Tiny) Lovell, both of Hampton a watt- meter; Bob
Theressa. The women had a Breedlovc of Starke, a Crock WE'RE THERE WHEN
big part in donated baked Pot; and Leon Kuykendall of
beans! iced tea, and all those Keystone, a 53-quart cooler.
good home cooked desserts. The Theressa VolunteerFire YOU NEED USReady rf
Everyone: kept quite busyuntil Department Is ,supported
around 8:30: pm., at ONLY by contributions and wffThe
which time the drawing for money raised on affairs suchas

the Winners,door of prizes the door was prizes held. extend our annual our thanks fish fry. and We Bratftrd Ce.ntv Telegraph, The Union County Tinges And


were Theressa:. Tammy, an artificial Baldree flower of appreciation, the people to all who the workedon merchants The Lake tee MeaHor Are Putting A Spring-Easter Supplement .

arrangement; George Hamilton selling of the tickets, all 'r 1
of Starke, a desk pen: who worked at the fish fry and t
W.T. Mlnshew of Lake Butter, till the people who came out to TogetherWe ---
an artificial flower arrange- visit with us to make it such a
ment; Michael Haley of success.

Offer Wile Coverage liThe Market Area With. Proven Sales,
Special thanks to the following merchants for their
donations of door prizes: .
.Results Iargaki Price. 'J'
American Family Sound Flowers by LarryNancy's
Badcock Furniture Flower
Bret It Jerry's Ha insetS We WM Shew Von How To Capitialize On Your Spring Sales I ,
ConlerderekGunShop Starke Paint Center '
Denmark Furniture TG&Y :

I Eckerd Drugs Things by Iland Promotion .. .
with all the -
Williams to help arrangements .
Jewelry -
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Paid Advertisement from Theressa Vol. Fire Fer More Information Call t. -: : ,

Department. during this troubled time. .

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.. REGISTER 1 flowers, funeral services and all the BRADFORD, catttaPl J.


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308 S. Thompson St.
DeWitt C. Jones
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I HOMES'FOR SALE j j"OB MOTORCYCLES I 1 JmU.TY \

FOR RENT FOR SALE: INSURANCIr riEt WANTED FOR SALE r fOR SALE IJ ( '

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SALE ;
i f BB FRAME EFFICIENCY ? VA4-OT4 fi"k fi"kHO
HOUSE... wD .. APART BULTACO DIRT BIKE E..,,..* Ir l..anIINt PLUMBERS HELPER GARAGE 101
wall MEN?, Se BALE Batnrday, UTILITY BUILDINGS N.TEMPLE
rtty' AOahimmam
dopoallro 1977, a ...... ''
*rpt, paaeh.4 I/S MM jnli.d, nd.lt* only, n* lima.Pkon only 96443C4'r.> ,after.5 Immediate. JOB.-TlSBER. b* prefer Pban 1. y-'"experience...... March 4. 10 .... t* ,... ,,_Ir..., roeep.abJe L $STARKC FLORIDA' ;!
lot
eraer ti.ral.kwl" .. er.aa. ItpdEXPKRIENCED NOT BEFORE. .
or loaolre AGENCY Hene.aold ( .
? pot To-Rena Motel, .. Ugbl IwlUke*.BghU. Cecelia Terwtllegar
I..".....105 I.E. II" A.... ......784. U/23lwkg 3/2 p. Itpd InIBVZVaIOI'IITARItEI : 496-tIM or 4.6- ** good*, picture*, mirror, ongM sadIr1sed groove deer f

Lath, ..Ue,. tfa/cbc" t90. _. -1 f kitchen Item.,..._. tape and eel ... We need) lake prp y Hillngtl !
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!BEDROOM DUPLEX: INSURANCE a....... .. recorder,8 MM vlow.pUcer., Flaaaelng. ...........no to 48
t FRAME i iiSEi''iSALE. 75k u.r........... .r.-tad. nntharbwd S..... ....... 'edraat ....* Former WAITRESSES Part tIN allonoa and many other _Ul. .. peyi 6O eras. We ere living' In one el n* garden spots of .i
(..b* torn down. .... Move, ,."....ter. N. pet Phono "" 4020. 1640 Sooth sad. Doalero Brat ........ ar |.| $... Rye. Horn*. Hem*.I*to ISO.No doelere.plenoo. Sonkl. ol Stark..964-400 or
..r.<.. ....*-4 .. L...., or aloUd.... 129 N. Myrtk.St. Walnnt |301 Sooth I.fI..1 P... 411......Lab Boiler tend ReManraat.,...* tv..., Cm..r Law 9644021.: 5/12 tlrrlgFURNISHINGS. Amorlca. We have Masons -we have unpolluted .. -Ii
B...... (450, cenuel R.L. (.10/.*. Phono 9(48082 I tUck 10/11 tftkyMAINES HI*. Apply hi pens only.Bo .U Rt. 21, K.,._ Hi.., lake our town U mall enough to be truly p!'
.........,....14"...... i/t alter I ,... 3 tp4 3/2- II."...,. E..... d/.... P....* 4734244 for ...d Now aad friendly I end) about. five yours from new when f
IcpdBBICK INSURANCE.: direction. Itpd 3/1 living roam cnltoa, saw people from Miami....) Jax have. purchased OUR ,
AGENCY 100I.Lako A..., and used ..,traa_,
: I BEDROOM HOUSE C PERSONALSHANDVMANi WORTHINGTON manyntker property -we are going te regret not Investing 'In
UOMEl 4 or*. .Id. a J Lake Barr.94-BNS. ._.. BARGAIN t"OVl'
BR. .... ..,.... w.ll.. V.I.,..*..*..carpeted. ,front Complete tovnraM*Hervk*. SPRINGS.....Social. orr.ip.n-: HOGS FOR SALEa CENTER: ,301 Booth el own backyard. Remember" the old. fable about
Contact 8 karooFmh .
CH/ porch at deal Yorkshire bear (100.1 new, looking lor diamandt. ell.. ;
,.MW carpet drcpea. Cityroom.. wbroom .. !!ark., 11I ..
1/2 acr .ff 30U (29.900. ,big. yard,near ecbeeli.eempMely ,.Ume C >T. 49a- Durock and. York .re. 85. finding them In year own backyirdT .
.. All homo repair v t11tRECEPTIONIST _, 4 Ynng Y.rk Gilt. ...... NEW ITEMS EVERY DAY .
.Ph... 9644771. 1 .. ....., (150per Interior rod.) BUSINESS mmW mKmmwmMHmHmBM.MH- ,
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exterior) 106 ....., (45 seek Phew New merchnndlM... need
.k .wenrst..d. ll .**&10 ra edHttg, keveewaihlag OPPORTUNITIES Keytton 964-7251. merabudl. A....o<* and DIAMONDS IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD r
.. .... Itpd /BKEROSENE |
DOIIBLEWTDE, 9644020 tII.... ...,.. Holghta. Aalm.l He.plul.boor '
3 BR. S and .. Bpoelnl rat* ... .... ,orb. too mack. t* lint. I
..*,.., all electric. term for water ......_. 94, I 1/2 day !
per LAWTEY
....1.... KEYSTONE C...*.*. ... .... TANK 280Kile VARIETY SR Low utility A maintenance bill for thl( nearly newbrick I I
T.SOO. M..rfi .. Free estimate*. PH4., DO YOU RUN OUT .. .. .light typing and .....- 225 W.
nt U.8. .
-Bl" 101. Vail home
1400 .. en Madison lot
.. apedq$73 P. corner large !
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Phone 4734487. Up J/j ....1.., 100x165 on Hwy. 8961 alter 5 ,... lea Immediate money before. von ran eat olmenthT aal &1. Mks..Mrleaee. '. Itpd 3/2 .*..! '".... CHAA fireplace. end! te I
N.. 21 [NOli. .115 .,........ 2/23 .to", Tcr.lb..bka with. preferred. Apply by letteronly pace garden. ,
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BRICK HOME, .. i/2 sari par ... 3/30... extra laiem. the A..., 561* Blending Blvd.. ANTIQUE PAIR 140 ------ f
TRACTOR .
1Dt ..... Rull.rl .ay .It KEYSTONE REALTY JOHN- w.,.. A. Bttl a* (15 gt Jax.. IU... Dr. L.E.P. 4V BALE .....IU.. In. good. Owner. transferred =beautiful. contemporary _
3 BR. I 11 2 both garaaV 473- 2614 //.". ROOFING/ STEVENS CO. yen' darted la a bud..1p. ........ 2/23 4tckg 3/9 March 7 and 8. tree 10 a..>. Call. rcatly everbailed lovely .landscaping CHAA 3 BR -2 B huge .' l
AH type olreeling. 18 Dealer, lunch rvod.GalneivlUe 4961033. BJM
130.000. Phew 431.1421.3/2 KEYSTONE' ""' .......Wo.amlot got the '** .... family reem A fireplace.' Reduced.Klngsley .
3 BR, 1 B, free ..'1...*.. W....* Club, B. 3/2 4lpd 3/23
2tpd. 39MOBILE ....., ....... whom atory. F.r Interview, HOSPITAL ATTENDANT .
oqclpprd .."' .... bended, aid. Wt Uolvorotty A....., '
: o"M'ih CH/A. W/n .keek-ope.. ease ........Cal GalnaevlDo 378- call. .Ckrlltlae 3/2...Ie, 94MHM. Keyeteno, Height port-lime AnimalHoinlUl .. G........*. Itpd 3/2 RIDING MOWER, 36" cat, Lake 3MO sq.. ft. home with, Income t
i. port Inrgo IM 1976.It.r4 ... Itckg 12 volt '
l" (250 ... 2/16 4tpd i cell**! Jab Ice *tdeot. electric .tart with producing property,
Ceadltlea.Tj.2BR,2h.tb.very.od. completely' KEYSTONE REALTY ,3/0 Apply hy mall ...,. 010Blulug GARAGE SALE S It ..... trailer frame, (5JO.Call 4962531. :A

'(.... with C/A. .A..Inn..." 411. 1114 ,1/.". ALCOHOLICS ANONY- ....... ...., 32210 eliding .dr*.antique cherry. 3/2 ItchgrREEZER Hampton Lake. Are yen the "discriminating"' :i r'
WANTEDWANTED
payment* of 'i2 4i., P...... MOUE P...... .6448.4 or. [ J' Dr. L.E.Parr.... 2/23 4tckg' bullet aad chinn cupboard, PORK Available person. with money te heck up your taste for t IJ
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94-7287. Itpd 3/2 HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR .....7.10. 11BILL'S /.... 3/9 waking room chair, March. I. Half or whey luxury, yet Infermelltyf (I) Unpretentious yet a
*...,....., ..,..t. .located .t*. 426 N. Walnut Stark 69. per ...... C.._. elegant. brick m redweodfurnished.. ((2) Brick \ I

NORTH CAROLINAS SR .. 20 ....... Phone 9644271. SAW SHOP, Complete Men and .MATV.EWOMA! Itpd $12BEAGLE ...I"h'. Pheee. 473-4862 nr. home with extra tot dock A boethouse. Custom t''
Itckg 33OFFICE Women, ago 1845. U yon wasted for .......... !
RUSTIC MOUNTAIN harpenmg. _.1..,: .d.. 473-2662. 2/23 Itckg 3/2 built a Interiors by Mexwell of Jax.Klngsley \ .
CABIN... ea 4 acre. .l dre iar", band, .......*. ore thinking ol peer fetaro., ... child tare,*a| 4964610.Itckg WALKER '
..... char.. stuff today by Joining twFlorida 1/2 pnppl. 8 w........ P.... ;. ''''
.11. plenty of wfld SPACE AVAIL- mower blade bellow SALE. D.......
lloworaaad ikrubbery. large ABLE 275 W. Main Street ........ and .......... Leave Army NnthwalCnard. 41 -1411. Itckg' 3/2 noodle. for/ at..... over., laka-7YencryttdcraFwat.r.Spring. t 11
tree.....4 mUe.from town Lake Butler ceitict C.*..., ., Jack. ... BnlMlag.. Supply, Enjoy new friendablp i UiCii"' : 246 dIKerent any one, w. ben running north el ,.....rty. :3 BR with, large dock. t

very private and. _11101... ""r_.. ..a. N.W. 4th Stark or K..at_ ....... *.Job training, good pay.premetleoe t ECU ALE I HANDLE adcall them all... 0......'. boathouse, dressing room -, ideal for enter. :.
4x10
Ltbn..pwd.
A.., or caO 1413-4534174 tl/".. Uf 'was ) tainlng.Never. .'
Discount 11AVCTIONTo./
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.rd..roc. ..... color adkaalv.
11.,.", gnarntood ntbe sot. or magaetlc i
maeilv .. DISABLED VETERAN For the bt ,."-...* Jab. InAmerkn backed. edge. 1 weakdollvry. ..... and '
rock tlrplne.bulkla FURNISHED ,APART. Wit clean, out'year garage II ,contact Mr.Croebyor NORTHCAROLINALANDi Pkra. 984-1'" .....11. wlcm.. Buy below "before on the. market s jewel' of a small
cablMli. central ....,. MENT. ........... farm-one owner- 10 Immaculate acre* with 70 f
lar deck, ..Made I ... ntUUe. dewed I. beep tho nowanted Sgt. Htraoy,9644320.between 10 acn *vrlklng. after 6 p. Itpd 3/2 New ........- ,
...lrel., .,............Thl the Inbwplee. .."....... N. pot, or ... &. 4732406. 8 .... to< 4.30 p... ......11.1 ....W.* end die. tool, electrical ..,. Mohan pecan treee cypress home. garage .
children, 314 N. Tempi. u/.... Equal eppertealtyemployer. valleys real" nice 'r... nod LUMBER, cypreio and pn>.. ...... food Hem, bib... large barn' fenced A cresfencedj..ldeal.

0 down* ud. (35,000......00. A..., S.I&.. 9644464 ., 3/1 Itch. 3/1* plenty ol ._..... .Unrel.TU ml t* b0d. ALSO ,*.., fnrnltnrn.Used .........1.. horsos.Largest. G'j
yen can 964-7344. 2/16 Itpd 2/23 SEPTIC TANK GREASE .tract has fair.c... and horee.. ALSO firewood. SBJO. at end. ./ ..... 7.30 p' i. .

.loin.....1 Acre...11.*ell for wooded..doll.urea.-. FURNISHED TRAP...1.....'., new Horn. WANTED TO BUYi Mobile I* ... to Murphy, N.C. P......964-5(17. Stpd 011.Saturday.. nntll. Back. Poet don. .In tewn-1240 1'.ndlllo.CHaS.m.ny' \: ,.'

.. ROOMS/ reuonabk. Joe Foreytb. .. TOP 1150/..,., .kn. real good 3/16 hi Mdroeo. BII Parry excellent '
bout 8 ribsr. ,...., ... axle and U. rooms condition owner transferred.Klngsley :
APARTMENTS. 431-1022.
.... A.ct..r.
I All. ... 2/23
bedroom _... MOUNTAIN CABIN 4tpd 3123WATSON'8
Phono Lake ,
8od..Ighberhood, ( ,300. with ((( path City i Ci N-nR'TME"1I '
Fern E..... 3 BR older .....1.private. bath. CH/CA appreclatod.' 8/31 tf/cko;- collect. 752-8960 after 5.30 heated .. 1.4 u..., good C riled. Lake-2 story attractively renovated :3BR t

Ian ...0..., 9 ."r.. .. .land area. Housekeeping' to downtown sad. ads OFFICE MACHINE8-and rail 756\52.1/13 Btpd 3/3 ncce*., fend I. all ........ trailer.P.on....your.4734508.track Itpd or HOUSE OF 2V bath CH/ A, ..'..0.'. !
.nd aiable,located .. paved .. .aaib regletar. ......... .... or**. The cokln I I. not VACUUMS Many brand.of WI .
II"' J. ....... N. WANTED Mobile borne 3/2
... ... .. need
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...... Thl. la Frank'. completely f1aIo. ...but It I* .
dandy ss.llharm Adult .... r.to. Office Machine. axle *nd 'Ir... WIN !
living .. II pick 3.2 CB home with 30x32 CB building plus
o...... oat ......In .. Pkon. 7823020. up.OLIN'S completely dried I. ud I. ......... ...1..1.. Expert acres .
( A... tlpd MOBILE HOME (20 .
Tempi ...
FIREWOOD .
P. .
pickup hoolt. 100E.
.. M4- Hvaakto. while Onleh Itp. per spars,all l make Part andnccnmrw mobile' home on SR t
(33.500 yon
tar.
good I acre "
5464. 2/16 2tpd' X/23 SALES. 9644606. Open 7 .load PECANS. for
no largo river beautiful ..,. a week tl/.,. 2 BR large dock overlooking poand. P"... 9.14210.5/2 .. *404 all NW vacnnmayitom 10th Ceiy 2 BM en 2Vk fruit -
eatU..,river It 60 foot wide .. ...taI... 0....' acres treee garden
rolling terra!. .Ideal I.r FOR RENTi 3 BR I J1 /.. SEWING MACHINES WANTED need* .. tell (17.500. (4400 2tpd 39HEATERS. Aveaoe G........*. Phono shop or garage owner financed.We .. :
bath brkk .home located 1 .In REPAIRED AI..... Used nfrlgarator '. ..... .. $7 A1IO.JU/chg
c..I.., gibing, of ..... dawn payment *h. .
plenty Lake Bulks Cal Mama. cleaned, oiled. and .....&84.. .,, *tavn. .la 't
peace. aid quiet. *4. OO goodterm. good ....ltJoa. One Aero abonl 5 mile. from Wood ....ter., hove "... f
Phone
(7.Work narantood. ..... 0..- many mere .mond. -come 'In and
T...... are a .... .1 4964978.Real Estate. REALTOR 8'...........,corner of Merger. ..r'* Dl*.ot, at 964-7923. Murphy,N.C. Nko knell for portable 1&........ heater. W* alt* ..... now "....r.. let us show them te you.
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1/2. tlnchgUNFURNlSHE"D"liOuiiEi "aUdI. .........
..000 Y.tlag.. W. have all Read and II. ,, III.., nr yon can park a circulating hasten, electricbea'er ctove* and .
tl/ "
typei./property Hated lrea Hwy camper nr' trailer. (..soo. .. Also ..*"".. and 0......'* DI._.,. P.....

(400 per aero sod .p. We INCOME TAX' HELP GOOD PRICES PAID for (500 down. ,.,...,. Thee* ty.*slaves and rlrigrter. 964-7928. tVehgWHOLESALE ___
have. mall or largo. tract. with three bedroom. P...... EXPERIENCED! R_.- need mobile hornet H ...t- are a few .1 ever 2,000Hitlngs. BARGAIN CENTER. 301
Wo alia h.... ...ral c.bl.- 164-41841., lohg :III able rate*. Veda Prnltt gage la 3/4 paid. or ..... .W.. have all typea.1 .Scab nf Stark., 964MM79.tlchg DEALER FloriUnd Realty
NE'Eo--w ii i Lake Calk 752-4549. OLIN'S MOBILE HOLE lilted from AUCTION T..r...*'.. 6 >,
heii*.., old .*...,*'e. Writ sE City 'r.perty .. 3N.TmplAv.
or call for Ire. lletlogikrochure. SPACE Cn...,. block. ./2 6tpd 39TELEVISION SALES 964-5606. Open 7 .GOO/..... sad. np. Wo have p. 2315 I.E. Hcwthnrn Lillian C.Pearson Stark. .Fla.
.. DO YOU NEED A... Rd. Glnvll BIB Perry,
day III.
You caa. call 'r.. conitrnetku. 14 K. high cellIng weekly email tract) w* aloe hove ---'
evnal oak..lee; ......., old ..tte.** and .prb g7 Cam. Aeetleoeer. Dealer 0..,. 944-7700
ol charg by dialing 140O4387421. *. r. 'room Call Stove, REPAIR AT WANTED TO RENT a S or Jim'. Fnmltarn" ......* 2/23 4tpd 313ARGENTINA Real Estate
farm ote. Wrke sag I.
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Writ. or call 9644827 after 6 pjn.. 533- DISCOUNT PRICES AT 3 bedroom hone. In town rthorn
today.. Cherokee. Land C., 28811. Itch.. III JIM'S FURNITURE 455 ... Ph... 964-5313. Itpd or fro, R.O. bredmr. Y I.I .hr.*,. n good deal.Veur .. HAY. Trkjl BRANCH OFFICE

M..rph.N.c. 2890 llckg' NICELY FURNISHED"""owbdreom Main St.. L.... Butler, 4M2985 32I an sail fro .1 cbarco. bdiag. l. All bedding. air headgwr1.e.q ..tt.... and: ..rtUl..... In barn, no ,.... 1)8) 301 NORTH Fear bedroom From 1
j/a .1400-438-7421..WIl *prlng LAWTEY.FLORIDA H... In city (''.000.
3/2 ,//""., J.M. Edward. P.... 964-
dupUx. .UtUU. .... ..... lonndatloaa draotlaally reduced. TU-MOt ...
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j Sew .ur..*..... Me private yard.onddelv t //WANT TO-:'BUY, CIVIL; ;.,,' .. A'low queen (.. 537..1/23,419.1 11 :
MOBILE. Anr and
HOMES. ... .'... .'._ .,BABYB.LT.L1V7: .,,Wmlkooycklldron .r..r.JI 1Ater.O" tIOI""' any 13 1aero*; 4 BR t Wtb tralhr.
103 e.- mhre.cart'and .
'WAR
.4.*J-i*94e.oU.e0'tBR.eeU.at condition,"1/411.t.. .," Waohlnttooi! S/jl.llfeYgaBRADFORD ;, lamp. .....;..** ;;r.""b.......lTE1Y(8jgo.j.....( phone;;.".r"'i-ate.. '. ,II W. Bnaneo nt no earry....r.at. 4oTFO R'A't'i': :! .,....* frame km. pla. BrJ, I I Prfnd right.. on 315 ontHamplen. e r+

rV t ''VILLAGE 6. Monday tarn Friday," Die,., Forty, P.O. Box 446.Macdenny ..JOB SALE 22',, JIM'. FURNITURE 455 1 Helgkt. Senrlo* Park, lak.'rlvl.g.e. .. .oath frame, "",110O..
Am.rk..12.46,1BR. good F...... R........ Rt. >, Box 25'., and 38', wed at Main St., Lak Bnttar. t16tf Pkeno 473-2743.: > -----
259-2924. BR.V
...dltlo.. C.U 462-2937 la APTSi, 1 BR. modern 668 L.... Butler. 3/2 *$pdCARPET' 1/23 De....'. Dlocoont. tf/ckg 2/23 !3/2 Farms 3 bath .brick,. 48 Ann. .. Lawtey Ire.
AI."h.... Itckg, 3/2 I.........'.. AC carpet.walkIn Jtpd 3/2 /!k 2tpd CHI.... S fireplace, ban aba. 10 aero tract. ':: ,
clt walled ,ard.. NOTICE! "QUASAR" Tele' with> 7 acre. (61,000, 10 -----
: HOME ,H-trt .rkl. INSTALLA vl..*........>al*,east plr.l PATIO COVERS.. 10x20 l .
I4a60 MOBILE patio 315 AUTOMOBILES erLONCCIIAMI' w. 70000. 100' let *n Sam peon La.....
acre I. .... urea I BR. 2 W. W.......,.., ...... 964S601 TION Experienced In all I percont and "'01,..&. CheckCfee .Mao aad ....... homo -'---- -
bath. LR. DR broakfait bad before 8 a.m.Ifchor ,....... dealt local nightaad USED ..,....., then .... (199 mettled.. (15 ....- Home and BuDdingMateriab ..1 ..... ernor1008 Very well ikoit"s BR C...

nook, it eve, refrigerator. weekend work. Call .. ...4 hue .In arch ...,. All ataD... GATOR ALU. IOOA 615,500,___ Bleak .1.. ... r.ed.r
? Relford 431-1522 alter S MINUM. Phone 3T2-9767.
"";' TV. mail b* ordered J..,
dlnkwathor. CH/A carpet, MOBILE HOMES; .. p... 1973 CHEVROLET PICKUP I week U In mock JIM'S 4620 N.W. 18th St* Galoeavln -WEBUILD- 45 acre. plaated pb' .1| 301 b..Iwset.. .. back .1 l
10x10 ,. center.Hav
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Loop. 0. with "de.rpo' TRUCK' Call 496-2408. .. $/" tlchgBAHIA Bootk. '> ,l*..
FURNITURE 459 Main
.l Morgan Rd. all SR. .. Your Plans '
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room throughout. 3/2 ItchgDODGE Street, Lk Butler 2/1. 5 ocroa ...p. Largo oak. hold.: 1pr. i
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APARTMENT. M10 monthly 1228 Blaadlog. St.. Starhe. enema pmt. wtth Ga... Tablet A EVp Repairs 10 acre. w roilrlotod to mk an eRr.

FOR SALE Good ,plus (35 Mcnrlty ....**k, 9644287. 3/2 ttckgHOU8EHOLD""pLlJMBiNb (110.74/mthly. CaD between "..ter ,ID." M.A.dr.we MOBILE HOME Additions "-....facing. 230 W...... .-----
......d... Phono 6 and 3 pa.094446 Pharmacy.. 356 W. Rd.. (22MO. Pb..164.7700V.d.
...dIU... 2 BR. Ught 9648071. -
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duo ackoola aad Itpd 3/3 :: [ or alter 5 p..., 782-3348., Madia** 8t.. ,;Stark. tOiStpd SERVICE POLES i Homes Bought ----- ..P.Odm
to town, and. olectrlcel. work ltek._31'SEVERAL 3/1 SoldTradedACREAGEFOR BR ........*. ".*.. hose .Beg Reel Estate
call 4M-2003. TFN Chg LAKE FRONT cottage year .......bl.. P... 473-1253 ? .... weaker and elryor. Brkr
---- .....01. largo (..... patio, .r 4813722. Itchg. 3/2 AUTOS 1969Cougar. ----- (13 206.Sp.elew._____ E.541..
428 3/4 .... (250. C '
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....,..,. P..... 4734186. 1(65 Dodge Dart 13M. 1110Volll. block boat..2 large PwIAdnw.
BR Ph.... 411-1022. '".... .. BR. 1 23000. y
Itckg 3/2 BRADFORD SEPTIC ...., new cache, -ter 300 AMP SALE acre AcMdalo. 964-7739
TANK SERVICE R.......-., SljUKS. 1966 Cyclone fr.m7oa -
:2 BR TRAILER. A/C hoot, hid. ........,.. 40. Fail, Moment, 390 engine. 200. I -ao y* -- 3 BR l l/2 ar*. Jaaet---
Crawford Road (.. Staring
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gangs, attlrty k Pboa ervlc. .. gearaateed. Phono CJ Vanxaat Ant Sale. 9644853
964-7047 ... .r. 11.30 .r ... An uncovered 'lemon peel' wiikay*' .4e. -1 1 > ----- AeeecUto 7824896
964-8121 P.
[D'THO AS alter 5 .... 3/2 jttpdJI9I 4tpd 7823321. Itpd 8/2 will absorb refrigerator odors Highway 301 South 36 J5 A.... IS4O' 0. 301.
"" 1958 CHEVROLET BEL Stark Ton*. '",114II.App. .
A 2 OO"'i EFFICIENCY CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIES and add lu own fresh em.ll.IMEnae l .)
AIR beautiful, .. 1iMiio
REALTY kitchenette.. ntlVtlee and Wo-ere now rue good, 8aoU
TV Included.. UNDER. atockkig. fete ol fabric. Fro. call 104319.312 Itckg Fa Lake, 3 BB, MH. (33.500

621 North Walnut St. WOOD MOTEL 1/2 N. on .. ".'**. L_. Stephen, WATERSBUUD02IMO Urni*. A........."..31/2

Star.k..FI.Ida,32091 301, Phono. .....aa4.. SJ2t obey 496-2219..: 624'tfckMISCELLANEOUS 1971 FORD TRUCK .V-8, aero*en canal,2 BR I. ..., IBR
CB bt
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9644162Formerly 39KITCHENETTES ..
A.I.T.....* """11II offer, 4911.,1111.2 lUkg r FOR S6JMO. GEORGE ROBC.RT8,JR.

Real E.... I BR *Bulldozer Work [B I and dui nr.a.'v.s. Reg.Reel Estate Broker
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One ..r. 'ham .*ite.. TotBy I.......... II.AL'OR DAY.EVEVWEEKENDS ..
rldntll sod mobile Oldsmobfle L Ttarke.Florid..
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Weekly, monthly rate.. 2305 N. '
home, ee SR100 S..,.. All. C. TtrUrliottf *Land Fill TempleStarke Pbene 7(24(06 17091 '
Temple Motel, 880 N. GOT A TASTE FOR AD. Sales&; Service ,Florida
owner linenchig. from Stark.. Phone. VENTURE Y.. will find U Selection Of Used *PondsWILBUR T
(3400., 9644957.2/9 4tpd 3/2 In tko Navy Travel to ... Fine t '' 00405OPENBATURDAY

citing,.*.... Work .pac* GtnlbkenOnCadillac WATERS Y
2S Acres with septic lank, ago equipment. Get tap Trade 10...._ I.... [g RALPH
abort. and water, ready. UNDER NEW .....0'.. career training, 782.3172 ,6 4-41

lor mobile ..... Hmpln MAN46EMENTMobile and a great fntnro.For mere 2001 N.W.13 375301 Mtdlaon SI. Slarfc c... *.* n* at our now Ii.AL'IJ"' BRYAN Very alec brick. homo, m
are*. SR425 ...*, wOl Information, contact Chief GAINESVILLE Eves And Weekends 6BO W. .location*a Hwy 301 North. Real town. ....... atlllty' room,3
Iraw.16,600.. ,3124288.Or.ea..atB.4.d Or 711-Htl ....... fro. Highway stall BR, I bath.
Homes S.aare Monday 10 Patrol Station. -_ l
Far BR, S bath COM re,. .... t* S ....1| Thmrcday t. Free (Sift \ -- ----- 2117 N. Temple Pn.eI..o1a..h.eantry ,
block. homo to city with For RantIn a'.., 1/12 I7te. Completely fernlakeddoable very ,..*..*...*.
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aad paved drive /23t. weiil t !! Drlllin!!! 004etasOFFICE
carport E3 To Al New CustomersSHAMROCK ... .. wide. mobile home.Yon I
By .,p&. only, 4 .leer 5 An*., NertlTof Stark..
way. ,. Country MOVED. Tk'* Mower CUnJ ) mist *e. ,... to OPENSATURDAYS .
F.0.....T..... end mall *ngln. repair ba. ] 2" thru 600'l7ast apprechite II. Noctlad k* 94 ... .ft US.301.Klngly I

.... Reel E..,., 20r3 moved to 8R-100A. Sontb .1 ameng tall pole.on hug. 1l4er SUNDAY BY APPT. ;
Broker Stool Mil. For Info caB.. 964- Rotary lot. Ad....... btvnllabl & Lake. Deable-
Office B 5760 *r 964-864.. 2/23 2tpd PEST CONTROL .. Ownor ....... dot. havaeonneetl wide MH, 3 BR. 2 outsbuIldlrg.lorg.
9644162mm drpomsFurnished .11 Drilling Equipment U .*... Price ,....... Cell Sorry -n wo ... Form hadd lot. i

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Or FREE PUPPIESi W. have t> KMIDINTIAL STATE *
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Evonbig ----- errolog.: 16 acr**, 60 ... ....., 3
5332210ASSOCIATES 10 poppioo Ikat need good TIRMITI LAWN HOUSIHOLO PATS ..er.50r.... PECAN TREES ....... ewt-bn-dlag* I barn, ..r"- ,f
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Father 7T7 Pkono47347J8. Call, 473.4969 p. O. Box 766 Pumps veneer .bom *n .,...... t .1.*.. *a .*...

Steve Simmon. Itchg 3/2 3/4 acre. (35.009. -..-_. ....... cenmerdaTlet* ..
E....9644881Harold BUI Austin Koyitono Shop Hwy. 21 Keystone Height*. Florid. New & UsedSalesPartsServic W* .... hkt o.far mM. 101. _____

OLIN DISCOUNT 21 ACREs7n7 tiy"wooded. ...... 12 aoroa*ad 3 BR CB homo, i

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H44114D&JDDILDERS Wt4 *l ... .
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WAYNEDOUCLAS ROBERTS JR.
,FINISHED sit ....................... ''IIW-4IIIU R. .Real .tat. Broker J
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All Types UNFINISHEDUTILITY KEYSTONE 40 acre 21,180 k. troaUgo -
NOM V Pli'AIi iL Reskar MARY BROWN' ...*9647826OPEN8tardayAJM. .
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FINANCING ., ,.: E........- 9644171 lit kidutfM .Park.
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Page l. TELEGRAPH March 2. lira ,
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I Two :Seek, District 25 Seat i DelinquentAccoitlits. ;


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'" 7J! Tom Rivers, Jr. '
Cost 000
Hospital ,$42

Tom River, Jr., president ? ,
..rt of the St. Johns County
th Education Association, announced Bradford County Hospital Other Items listed M weaknesses accounts a mnoobeen
he will seek the auditor Al told were failure to cancel : had
'. Democratic nomination for trustees Thursday CrIppen Feb. 23, a vouchers to prevent presentation collected\ were one. year old or
the District 25 Florida House of the same lnvolcai more.
In net Income
$42,000 drop
Seat currently held by Frank during 1976-77 was due to the checks should be receipted Crlppen said other factor
Williams, D-Crystal Lake. failure of the hospital to and deposited In the same that led to the drop in net

Rivers opposed Williams six collect past due accounts: : refunded: balances should be Income was the operating
the teas
when.Williams promptly; year- expense were $29,000
year ago was In four should be than budgeted the
elected to his first term DIs- a page managementletter end inventory preceded hospital
trict Bradfordand accompanying: ) the 76-77 by written Instructions received $77,610 In donated
encompasses audit made severalrecommendation and equipment, much of the
Clay Counties and the Crippen periodic inventory equipment -
"" northern half of St. Johns to improve should be taken of major bought at surplus that
:. \\Lo:7 "\\"' County. MA'New what were described as movable equipment. must be accounted for in
: ; : .:...\ '\,.\\.. .\. Rivers lives in South Ponte material weaknesses" In the Crlppen explained portions excess of fair market value.
r.l.tgm\ ; .\'.... Vedra. He Is a native of internal accounting of the of the audit presentation The rise In operating expenses -
'; .\: hospitaL& pointed out that although the for the audit
: year over
: :: Green Cove Springs and a
:
: : :
'J:;.. : : gross patient revenue rose the previous year from $1.37
&1 i t1E1 i mi11 Florida.graduate His of the father University Is former of Of the six weaknesses Items from il.8SO.ooo to '.t758OOOi million to $1.53 million was

..... ... ....... -... i listed the major item Crlppen the net income of the anticipated In the budget.
. ..... ...::..::-... ::... Clay County judge Thomas said was accounts,receivable from said
. .\.:::. actually dropped $57,348 CrIppen 92 percent of the
.
. '" .
: :: Rivers Sr.Thomas Blaine Is to receive the
: ready keys to
... .. .. '1,'" .. ::::: owner Thompson The letter said: Increase attributed
:: .numerous to 15368. was to.
.... _... "
;:
O. .. .. Real Pit from Dick: Tlllman the restaurant
Bar-B- as
Sonny's
.
.:- ;:. i. ..:: Instances were noted which He said the cause fo the decrease salaries and related Costa; 24'
'b.bM.:- "."' ....u.t...::::%.::!!:..: ._::._:.:.:.:._:!_:"_. -- changes ownership Wednesday March J.Sonny's indicated that collection procedures of the gross patient revenue percent drugs and supplies; 7
Well decorated veteran. X-PUW-:J. ;;."-cil'unll to m had been relaxed. was the provision for percent depreciation, and 13
run far DlKtrlcl 2.1 ......ldlillou.. of Representative. ...1. Real Pit Instance: were noted In which uncollectnble accounts. At the percent laundry and professional
I Bar-B-Q insurance and emergency end of the 197$-75 fiscal: year fees such as inhalation
room physician fee were not $109,975 was set as the amount therapy:
Col. Howard Dunn, Former POW billed and subsequent follow- of uncollectables. The next The audit listed the total

Howard Dunn retired Before his retirement from SoldTo Blaine Thompson up was not adequate. Sixty- year the amount was set at asset a* $1.30S.3B3 and liabilities

Marine Corps colonel and re, active military service in one percent of private $207,725 when It became as $115,484. ,
sldent of Keystone Heights August 1976. Dunn was accounts receivable recom-
has announced for the District Commanding Officer of Sonny' Real Pit Bar-B-Q for the present The food, service mended for write-off were
23 House legislative seat on Marine Air Training Support changed ownership hands and 15 employees will remain outstanding one year or more, New FM'Station
the Republican ticket Group at NAS Jacksonville.Just Wednesday to Blaine the same "I expect a and many ledger indicated
District 25 Includes all of before retirement, he Thompson but the food and smooth transition" said that these patients had been
Clay and Bradford Counties served as General Chairmanof service will remain the same Thompson. billed two or three times since
and the area north of St. the First Kings Road under a franchise arrangement Sonny's has been In Starke discharge: with no follow-up. on Air Tuesday
AuRUHtinelnSt. Johns County Commerative Hike, a Bi with the Tlllman family, since May 1975 in the remodeled We feel that monthly statements -
The Mouse seat Is now held by centennial event sponsored by Former owner Dick building on US-301 should be sent to all
Hep Frank Williams D- the North Florida Council, Tlllman now living In Starke that was formerly the Golden private pay patient until Starke's. new FM radio station will be forthcoming
Crystal Lake Boy Scouts of America. In Is moving to Jacksonville andwill Kettle. "I appreciate the two three billings have been sent. station, WPXE-FM.. went on shortly:' Sanders laid WPXE-- I
197S. he was the chairman of J. Riven, Jr. open the eighth Sonny's at and half years of business The fourth mailing shoulldbe the air at 4 p.m.Tuesday Feb FM will duplicate the AM
Dunn stated that during his the First Clay County 1923 S. Lane Ave. Ten more here" said Tillman, "and I final notice before small 28 and will be on the air programing of WPXE. ,
stay In enemy hands he Chamber of Commerce family Rivers currently teaches at restaurants are planned to ,am sure people will continue claims action which should be during regular WPXE hours The FM signal I is expected
resolved to devote more timeto fall picnic and commander of the Orange Street Fifth Grade open this year and are eating here because the food pursued" from now on, according to to Improve' and extend the
helping others. Until now, "Our Country Day" activitiesin Center in St. Augustine He expected to be nationwide and service will remain the WPXE News Director Andy station's coverage especiallyat I
his efforts have been directed Keystone Heights. He is has served on the St. Johns within 10 years. Franchisingof same." Business manager Angus Dennon. night and early In the
towards extensive volunteer presently serving as County Democratic Executive Sonny's Real Pit Bar.B-Q President of the rapidly Douglass; said the cash collections The new FM station Is being morning. The FM station
work with the Boy Scouts of president-elect of the North Committee since 1972 and began In 1977.A expanding chain is Dick's have picked up and said operated from the WPXEstation could be received on a'' car "
America and civic committee Florida Council Boy Scouts of represents precinct 8 as its native of Lawtey, brother Sonny. Also In the many of the' item In the on SR-100 ,south in radio clearly to Hawthorne on I
work in Clay County. Recent America. committeeman. Thompson has eight years in restaurant business ts brother management letter have already Starke., WPXE and now to Region 3 basketballplayoffs
urging of many friends and When questioned about his In 1973 Rivers was elected the restaurant business He Bobby who has the franchiseIn been corrected or will WPXE-FM are operated by Tuesday; night In
neighbors has prompted himto public speaking, Dunn noted president of the St Johns said no changes are planned Orange Park. be in a month or so. the Lee-San Corporationlongtimeaperatorsofthelocal Ocala. The staion could be
consider his Education Association. He is heard in Ocala but the I
seeking public that response to frequent _..-- ,, .. signal
office. talks indicate that people In currently serving as a --- -- -- "'"" radio facility. was not clear. I
"I have been advising this area are becoming more member of the board of Lee Sanders, wife of John '
others to get involved In a concerned about and involvedin directors of the Florida I r _______ WPXE Radio Station received Sanders Is the program
constructive way in their government affairs. Teaching Profession Political x : a telegram Tuesday Director, Larry "Bud"
communities" Dunn said "I Dunn's campaign chairman Action Committee. afternoon from the Federal .Bruner isthe station i
can hardly feel that this G. Raymond Starnes, "My candidacy offers to the Communications Commissionin Dennon la I
challenge does not Include stated his candidate will people of Bradford County the 4 Washington D'.C, grantingthe news director and Mel Wall is
myself" conduct positive campaignwith opportunity to elect a personto i.i i.. local Starke station to perform the chief engineer..
Dunn is a retired colonel emphasis on better the legislature who was program tests fulltime Both local stations have
from the Marine Air Corps. representation for all of educated in the district and on its new FM station at 106.3 studios In the brand new
Since his return from 86 District 25. Starnes Is a retired has worked continually In the r on the FM dial. building on SR-lOO south In the I
months of captivity in North businessman and former district since graduation from i John Sanders president of building that also houses '
Vietnam as a prisoner of war, Mayor of Keystone Heights. college" Rivers said. Lee-San Corp.., said the permanent Radio Shack and Lee-San
Dunn has become known "Public service has been a He continued, "My license for the FM Record Shop.
throughout this area as a part of my life for many candidacy will also offer a
patriotic speaker. years. I'm looking forward choice to the Democrats In '
In a recent ceremony before expectantly to this District 25 in the primary. 1 March 13 Trial Date Set
the Jacksonville Navy League challenging opportunity," will work full-time to stud" 1
Chapter: he was presentedthree Dunn concluded. and research propose!
additional high level Until area campaign coordinators legislation which will enable, 'Air,451r In 1976.Prison'Murder
decorations for his leadership are selected information me to cast meaningful votes in ,
and valor while a POW. As a about Dunn's the House of Representative .
result of his lengthy stay In campaign can be obtained that will be reflective of th" A trial date of March 13 was against"Delore i Ann Drawdy,
-
Hanoi he now wears two from Dick Welty, Starke; feelings of my constituency," set for three co-defendants for ,. was dismissed.:_: -- ::
Purple Hearts, two Bronze Howard Propst, Orange Park; Kathleen Wright forme the first-degree murder of Trial was set for March 13
Stars, two Legions of Merit or Ms. Elinor Van Dyke president of the Clay Count f fr Florida State Prison (FSP) for Tom Marks. Marks is
and the Silver Star. Ponte Vedra Beach. Education Association, i inmate Alfred Sturgis,during charged with aggravated
Rivers' campaign manage docket day Monday in Bradford battery t the trial is expectedto
Circuit Court. take only, one day.
The trial for Bennie Demps,
Natwick
James Jackson and Harry George changedhis
Girl Scout News
plea from not guilty for the
Mungin, inmates at Florida
of assault
aggravated ,
escape
State. Prison was set after
by Carolyn Eaves
of with
two counts robbery a
Last week was a busy oi.;. Recognized at 'orrectlonal Training Institute graduation ceremonies Feb. 24 were U-rH)( the many motions were denied by deadly weapon and three
the court.' The three were
for celebrated Girl Scouts as they. .,OflOlh graduate d CTI under the Correctional Standard Council curriculum, Glenn A. Single charged In April by the Brad- counts of kidnapping.
Thinking Day tary: along with Dolt Bureau Chief Phil Shuford; Z.oomh graduate of CTI Union Correctional ford County.Grand Jury with
They learning were about all interested the other in Institution Vocational: Instructor: David Lee Godsey.and DOR Region director Ray Gray. the Sept ft, 1976 murder of -Nathaniel McBride will

countries and hada Sturgis. He was stabbed and also change his plea of not J
they really
Graduates in Ceremonies in the first degree
nice variety. Wednesday CTI Honors cut with a sharp knife according guilty him
Cadette Troop 520 entertained to court records. murder charge against,, ,
March 6.
Brownie Troop 311 at the CTI training is taught in located 'throughout, Florida.
Methodist Church. They hadas The Correctional Training conjunction with Lake City Recognized as the 1,000 Motion for a change of
Institute (CTI) at' Union venue was denied after the
their
guest Percy of under the
Community College and the graduate CTI -JImmie Corbin received afiveyear '
Correctional Institution In court heard from
Hamilton, who presented an Standards Council testimony
nine semester Correctional
graduates earn sentence for larceny.
ceremonies each commissioner
informal program on the graduation the credits for established in 1974. was county
H'Jp'rE bagpipe, its music, its historyand day, Feb. 24, graduated completing the full-time.successfully 160- Sumter Correctional Institution election officials the clerk 01the with a firearm.
'
the Scottish dress. 50th group, including the court the editor of theBradr..d
proper hour course. The course Correctional Officer I -Trial was set for Charles
The scouts enjoyed the close 1,000th graduate of CTI under includes instruction In the Glenn A. Singletary a native' County Telegraphand Pold and William Robert:
Standards
the Correctional others. The
Southern
up of the instrument the criminal of Union County. 3 for bur
justice system legal McRae for April
Council and the 2,000th Poverty Law Center of Montgomery
music and the costume. of corrections The 2,000 graduate of CTI -
aspects glary and grand larceny.
Thanks to Mr. Hamilton for graduate of CTI. operational procedures, was Vocational Instructor of Ala. had attemptedto McRae is charged with, 14
On hand for the graduationwas the trial site
sharing with us. The and decorating David get changed on
of painting and
of grand
principles supervision counts burglary
E sL refreshments were MexicanTea Department of Offender human relations and technicaltraining Lee Godsey !of Starke. grounds a prison inmate can larceny. .
y Cakes. Dutch Butter Cake Rehabilitation Bureau Chief' not get a fair trial in a prisoncommunity. ,
skills which include
and Tropical Fruit Punch. Phil Shuford. DOR Region 11 Recognized as the top two Law Center officials
Lt1Mf Thursday the Seniors director. Ray Gray and Lake firearms first aid and firefighting graduates of the class were said.!

I IIra. enjoyed a progressive dinner City Community College techniques.will continue Raymond E. Kay a medical Arson SuspectedIn
starting at Mrs. Lila Rae director of Criminal Justice The graduates technican at Lawtey Demps also requested that
Yawn's home. She was Dr. Ivan Lamb."Corrections their training' With an Correctional Institution and he be allowed to act as his own
assisted by Betsy and Diane is big businessin additional hours taught by Chafes Oliver of Avon Park co-council but he was denied., Market Fire
,Yawn at the Japanese Tea the state of Florida in the regional instructors at the Correctional Institution. According to Demps "No attorney
House setting. Appetizerswere past 14 years the state has various correctional facilities is trained or has the
typical of the country as gone from six major From Page 1more knowledge to adequately and At Brooker ,
were the costume and Institutions with 2,000 fully represent a defense in a
background music Next the employees and a budget of $10 case Involving a prisoner,and
+t, girls had Waldorf Salad at the million to 23 major institutions on ADMINISTRATOR... the prison. Such a case In unI-- A fire at the Brooker StatFarmer'
home of Catherine Schoening In 1978 with 8.200 employeesand que, delicate and totally different Market Saturday
who was assisted by Lynne a budget of $150 million" Also discussed was patient telephones and the from the common night was still under
Johns said Gray compensation for Mrs. Ivey other would appeal criminal case." investigation by the state fire
The main course was servedat Shuford praised CTI while acting as administrator. Another motion was denied marshal Tuesday.
the home of Mrs. Laurie training "as the best in the A letter from Mrs. Ivey had Medicare's refusal to that would have1) the men tried '
1 is
Mullins, assisted country." He said prison to board separately.The Arson suspected in the
by Patty been presented reimburse hospitals for the fire which destroyed a 100 foot
Mrs. Verna Schmidt and Cana employees were fortunate to members earlier, and not Hill Burton management care
ii and Irene Wainwright In the get good basic training to take made available to the press, program. court lists 24 potential pecking building r the
French motif was baked back to the Institutions doa outlinging a salary increase. witnesses for the'trial that Is main
chicken with cherries French good job.Bradford. expected to take a week
style green beans almondme a Trustee Dan Williams said Young said the appeal Eighteen of these witnessesare Brooker Fire Chief, George"
scalloped potatoes and rolls. DemoCommittee a. Mrs. Ivey was taking on a would cost each hospital about inmates at FSP; four Pierce said the packing house
A very -nice evening was "tremendous load"and madea $.,000. but If successful BCH others are medical doctors.. built In the early 1950't and'owned
concluded at the Methodist I ,' motion to accept her terms. could realize 30ooo from by the. State;
Church where the Cadettes Shuford made, the statement Medicare. He added a case in' In other business Monday i Departmentof Agriculture;,
Area Has Resident BagpiperPercy joined the Seniors for cookies ToMeetMarch .' "we are talking about a lot ofmoney' Loulsana was won' which -Trial was set for April 3 caught fire about 10:13 p.m.
from several foreign "- and made the indicated the Florida appeal for William Wright, charged Pierce said the wooden,
Sandra I" might also be successful, structure with a tin roof
were served by 6 'suggestion 1100 extra week with escape from FSP.
Hamilton plays "Scotland the Brave" on the bagpipe Darley. Sarah Biggs Joyce would be adequate -Trial was set for James burned for about four hours..
for Girl Scouts as they learn about other countries. Wainwright and Carolyn compensation. Appointed Mrs:' Ivey to Callahan charged with the Firefighters on the scene from,
Eaves Mrs. LeVon Drives An Important meeting of the order narcotic drugs. first-decree murder of Robert Brooker. Providence Graham -.,
Williams motion died for the
Hamilton a reporter with the Florida Times Union, wear a was the special guest for the Bradford County Democratic lack i of a second. It was Heard from a Lee Talro. The trial is set for and a tanker from
ceremonial half plaid once worn as the overcoat. The pattern on evening and she presented Committee will be held followed by a motion from representative of presented April 3. # Bradford County protectedthe
the kilt Is the Red Hamilton tartan. Each family has Its own slides from her recent trip to Monday March 6, at the Sanders and seconded by and Harrington who other buildings but were
tartan. Worn with the kilt Is the sporran or purse Since the kilt Greece She also displayed Lawtey Correctional Insti Green for $100,a week extra. ,repair,.specifications for the -Prosecution was ended in hampered by the shortage of
has no pockets the Is tution. Supper will be servedat hospital roof Raymond the forgery case of Sue water. Pierce said the water
sporran often times used to carry keys or articles from Greece, many of The vote was 3-1 Williams'
I ,cigarettes, said Hamilton. The tassels on the are which were from her 7 p.m. and the business casting the nay vote. "Doc" Graham said the Chappel. ., pump was off because It was
ornamental' and are sometimes made from horse ha Curse hat husbands family. A very meeting will follow. repair! would "save a bundleof -A plea date was) set for on the same power line a* the
Is described as diced glengarry and the badge on the hat Is from exciting evening and all the Chairman Vernon E. Olin In other business the March 6 for Allen Keith shed
I the Hamilton clan, much like a family coat of arms. The food was delicious.Mr. said that committees win be board: money"' costing $4.500 Pinckney who is charged with,
artificial eagle feather on the top of the hat is the badge of a and Mrs. Herman' appointed at this meeting anda _Unanimously approved instead of $63,000 for re- escape from FSP. Market manager Bob Allen
piper.Worn with the kilt 1*tartan hose with white spa Is. Schoening provided balloons new Mate Committee joining a group of 68 Florida roofing. Graham said after a said the produce shed has not
Woman elected to, fill the- Hospital in appealing certain survey was made it Ronald Rollin Hansen will been utilized for some time
which the
In scouts placed
I Self taught Hamilton said'he always; wanted to play an and filled them with a Vacancy left by the resignation decisions of Medicare' show the hospital did not also plea March 6 for his although three office were
Instrument and considers the pipe like a "beautiful woman helium.message After a closing of Ann Godwin. A new provider reimbursement need a new roof and repairs charge of two ''counts of bur'- used' last year by watermelon
I hard to manage and totally unpredictable." The bagpipe;, Friendship circle In the constitution and by-law for review board. Auditor Roger would be good for 10 years. g1ary.Also' buyer Allen said the packing
thought to come from the Euphrates Valley or Egypt is the only parking lot the balloon were the committee will also be Young said BCH had interestin Graham left specification* i plealng on that date house where farmers bring
instrument with constant base accompliment, and more grace released. This, was just the presented for approval. -?: two appeals under with the board for their I li Timothy Duane ,for quash cucumbers and bean
notes than any other instrument he added touch thanks to "Let us make this meeting consideration by the group. decision to repair which attempted kidnapping ,>and, i was not dam ed. He said i iw!
1 J I Other. song performed for the Scouts were "Green Hills of all right who Closing made the evening a one with perfect attendance: One had to 'do with would then-' 1 have. ." 'to, .be', sexual battery. did not know I If there would- be
I Tyrol.. "Irish Fight. Song.- "and the"BlacV: : Watch March." success. everyone there" Olin urged.' reimbursement of the cost of advertised. -The grand larceny case plan to rebuild.'C"C''C"C. .

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