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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: January 5, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 It may mean back to negotiations. for Hampton city council
members and water system owner Arthur Bruno after his
1I failure to sign the pers for the city takeover to the rye 1 ir '

I W"rite- 70-year-old system following council approval for purchase r H qr j-

Utility Offs Thursday, Dec. 29. 'tom I II
Bruno has decided to change some of the material elements of r n

the negotiations, Hampton city attorney Richard Welty said, Li
::1 Tuesday.Bruno wants the city to pay his attorneys fees, the out.

standing light bill assume the mortgage, be able to keep someof
; 4ngerj S Schaefer the personal property that Is included on the mortgage and '

keep the accounts receivable, Welty said. __ :
Hampton was to take over The council balked at i ii.
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': Utility writeoffs of $1,549 through the city books, Farnsworth the system Jan. 1 if the papers paying the attorneys fees and .

\ angered Starke City Commissioner said. were signed but Welty said as the two lots,but Welty said the

\ Charles Schaefer Postponed for further of Jan., the papers remained former mayor accepted the' ,
, but no action was taken to cut study was discussion on some unsigned. city's offer if the city would, .:
j the city's losses at Jan. 3 policemen not receiving the allow him to retain the accounts .

1 meeting. one dollar per week, per year' Bruno and the council have receivable and pay aa f..
! Schaefer argued In October of employment as outlined In been dickering over terms of outstanding light bill of $158. :
the sale i..
after the
the union contract. Commissioner city agreedto
the city is losing money by' In a special session Dec 29, ,
Wilbur Waters said purchase the system. Bruno .
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the to the .
allowing two months for
there seemed to be some"misunderstanding1' had originally asked the proposal ; ,
customers counter '
to their unanimouslyand
pay utility but council to assume the mortgage :, ,
bills and asked the city to was waiting for Bruno'asignature
reduce the would check and report back of $19,462, pay his attornp's to' take
present cutoff if not the fees of$975 and retain over;
some.were getting
at the
deadline to minimize bad operation system
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two of the four lots that
pay. Edwards said if the union belong :
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debts.Schaefer noted that members were to get the $1 to the water: system. Still opposed to the purchase; I ..
one extra included In the pay at the Dec. 29 meeting war 0
+ business listed the writeoff
on ,
scale,. they would be losing Mayor William Summers who "
list presented was from Bush
money since the city gave a 5 prepared a statement for the;
Bait and Tackle for$iu2 while' Man f
percent cost of living Increase Killed council. Read by city clerk ,
the man's home' was still *
service. after the contract was approved Mary Allen Summers said he: 1
getting .
thought Hampton was: :

! "I don't think it Is right for a Accepted the resignation On 3011s receiving" ."the short end of the' ,
.of Glenn Hicks. A city deal. '.
I person living In the city to go ,
. out of bu.lne.und not pay the employee at the sewer treat- "In 1972 the State would not FIRST BERRl'f ES v
: bin!," aid Schaefer ment plant for nine years, loan on the system over ..

City attorney George Pierce Hicks said in a letter he wasresignin 2nd Fatality $12,000. to $12.500. yet today This ff/ft'of bright, red Florida Bell strawberries picked Tuesday the will/be no picking for shipment' north until the/routs cease, ,, I ....JJ;

I said the city could not legally industry a job in five years older, this system on the Luther Milliard farm off SK-225 west. of Lawley' Is.faras pro) air y., |In February.aunty .'.., i'
cut off a man's home because private for a higher certainly has not increased In is knpwo,the first, flat ol berries of I 7K.\ ." one snipped atrawberr/tI' .north bv: the carload \.. .""

\ ,<1 -, Ina did.'tae -_" ,-n.;..btleueeunt .scan ttaationn ar4lJlelWllt.l.ll be c ,;i ia 'thi} ae:J t y&afflcY "Yatr4'etndXl"18a94Mf.tflaJit. _, "'parr JilirisVat i ilTti.....Mis.as'lsiilMssf"ssil. fctll i fliSsa tasMsrulsMi...afro faaialKslsnt .!II. :.f'l\f..M..II.'\ rtial =.., 'II.MvI ..iW..d ,,'
" committee in Bradford P.T. Barnum could find a Milliard daughter-in-law and son of Luther, taking a ..Ie the*growers can diy| In 11' the first threw. ...k1 lit

j "The time has come to start make a recommendation for a for fatality 1977 in an accident County few willing. buyer-sucker to buy It bJhandlagrDwlng the" acres of berries on the Luther Milliard March with near peak production, the season stands to be a lose
I stepping on some damn toes," replacement.Asked minutes before midnight a Dec. at any price," Summer's) ,farm this year.This flat was to go on sale at Shufes d's Station/ In Earlier: there' Is loo much competition from south Florida

\ Schaefer said, adding "Ican't that one bid on a 31, .8 of a mile north of Starke statement continued. Lawtey. at no less than$H for the flat. berries: later than that means competition from California and .

see getting kicked in the two ton truck not be opened on US-301 near Sapp St. hummers asked Hampton Recent. Iron are killing bloom. D""plte'thele new berries Louisiana. ,
! britches by someone still and readvertised outside the attorney Richard Welty to r
living in town and using our Starke area. Michael E. Bettes; one day check on any liability Insurance \ -

1 utilities." Asked the safety committee past his 29th birthday, was on the 70 year old IN LAWTEY ACTION
City clerk Merrill Edwards investigate the crossing the southbound lanes water system, and the
j. said It was nothing new about of stray dogs running of US-301. the Florida High- possibility of negotiating with' 1

the writeoffs. The cutoff dale and report back. Police way Patrol reported when he the Watterson estate about CQuncil'Raises Pay $20 To $50 ,

I notice Is given 10 days after chief Jimmy Bowen termed was struck by a southbound reducing the mortgage. ,
the second month's unpaid bill the situation "critical." vehicle driven by Lonnie .
Arthur Redding ,Jr. 35, of Welty said negotiations of t
j is mailed often giving a -Heard from Michael Starke. this type would have to wait 'The Lawtey city council Rosier was ed In the councilman Buster Bennett The pay Increase will be effective
customer up to 70 days before Phillips to save a tree that was until! the agreement was final, ''reorganized}: Tuesday night, December city elosection."Gentlemen and clerk Lucille Shuford. in January.
Witnesses said Bettes
service Is cut off. due to be chopped down to put car but as it stood Hampton with a then promptly more than Police Chief MM. 'Butch' Scott was appointed chair.
stuck In off
was the mud the
commission in a drainage ditch. Phillipsand Indebtness of at least : I not of the Sanitation Com
The passed the roadway and he walked into 1 percent doubled pay of its members appreciate Jordan was present man
writeoff for 23 customers 4-1, Harold Glasgow had the of. the Redding of what they wanted to 'from $20 per month to $50 the confidence placed in me Tuesday night but had been mittee McC'ulley was appointed -,
with Schaefer dissenting. approached the council vehicle path it changed from the borrow would put the city in a and I will do my best to serve sworn in earlier to head the Finance "
earlier about Improved drain- as better for from Rosier sa Id. Committee and Water 1
post on a grant Councilman Marvin Rosier you
In other business, the from St. Clair St. east to outside to the inside lane. The I
age in
the Farmers Home Ad- was elected mayor- Also sworn was veteran Department. Bennett volunteered -
council: the canal where erosion has FHP listed the road conditionsas ministration. commissioner for a second councilman Robert Scott who A motion by Scott to raise and was accepted as I

Heard from city auditor created a hazardous washout. foggy and wet. Taking over the system will ,consecutive year. CouncilmanBen defeated challenger Spurgeon the salary of the council chairman of the Streets I t

Pat Farnsworth who said the Survey plans were to be Bettes had been drinking, nullify a suit brought against McOulley's motion to reappoint 'Spud' Massey. members from $20( to $50 was Committee.. .
city audit report would be checked on the possibility of said the FHP. Bruno by the city to have his Rosier as mayor was Unopposed and sworn in seconded by Bennett and Hosier brought up for

ready the first meeting In changing the culvert.On (See Page 2) 30 year franchise voided. unanimously approved. also Tuesday night were passed ".1, Rosier opposing. discussion extra compensation i,
February Farnsworth said for the Street '
: the delay was In going back ,. Department chairman but no : "
three years Into the : action was taken. ,
Recreation' Department ,,5,5In

budget to have figures to DRUGS others' .. business, the .
council
compare with the current : i!
year's budget. The Recreation -Approved the purchase of po'
Department In the past had t 0 a calculator for the city hall. :


county received that money did not front funnel the .Bizarre Tale Of A Million Dollar Pot Operationwent Correctional male Learned would be trained Institution a to Lawtey work in- t


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.. ..-. the dark, dank night of hand.delivered to Cam's wife aboard the craft, which was returned from a holiday Wexler and say he's the man out and badgered him or Waters Heard about the from James of A

i December 5 a heavy-laden at the airport Tuesday afternoon seized shortly) after the unidentified "fishing trip" to Texas. running the show totally by told him how to run his opera. no parking signs placement the 'I

twin- nglne Beechcraf In the absence of her pilot and a pas Mystery man in the opera- himself." he added. lion. I just left it up to him. lie places on US-301.. The council wrong ;

Bonanza circled over Starke, husband. senger, Mark Fralelgh, 24, of tion seems to be Jerry Wexler The profit potential of the hasn't been right with the said It would check into the J \..
hunting for the Head said that Mel Turner, Miami, made their escape 26. a Gainesville collection operation is indicated by the police department. Jones situation ....
Keystone Airport. Because of Cam's son-in-law, was co- from the airport In separatetaxi agency owner who was arrested payment of approximately said he had Instructed Cam .
poor visibility rain and high'' manager of the airport and cabs. Whitworth was "not- last week and is being $20,000 to each of the two pilots '"to inform me, anytime of
wind, the, pilot. unfamiliarwith would be asked to take chargeof really sure" about the role of held on $1 million bond, accompanying every flight. night or day. If any unauthorized Lawtey To Vote ?

this area, aborted his activities there until the Fraleigh who the State Attorney .: charged with three counts of Whitworth said he had recovered planes landed at J
landing at Keystone and put city council takes action In the said had made three conspiracy to possess more some$40,000 from one the Keystone Airport." On fi

down at the Gainesville air matter, presumably at its nights, but Is not a pilot. than 100 pounds of marijuana. pilot who was subpoenaed and Replacement ,
port some 20 miles south. Tuesday, Jan. 10. reorganization All three Cams at the one count of Intent to import granted Immunity.In In a telephone conversation
M.ndayJan.y The plane was coming In at meeting.The were more thai)100 pounds, and one with The Lake Region For Robertson
Gainesville airport at the time November, a second air- Monitor, Cam was asked il he \
the end of a ten-hour flight mayor said a new air- count of possession of more
fi of the
Identical the
to first
landing, Whitworthsaid. plane was
his role In
Bradford Comm. thought the case
from Columbia, South port chairman would be than 100 pounds.The A special election is
The held'I and in the set
sons purchased was
were '
"ga30a.m.Courthouse. would jeopardize his lease on ?
loaded with three-. named at Tuesday's bond set by Cir
,
America meeting under bond on of heavy of being "modified"to February 21 In Lawtey to .
quarters of a ton ,of high since the present chairman, court charges for contempt refusal to'' cult Judge R.A. Green Jr., process look just like the Ill-fated the airport property where he replace city councilman John ;:
Is presently
constructing
a
quality marijuana, with a Bruner Baker; Is seriously 111 discuss their father's In was expleined by Whitworth, Beechcraft that landed in Robertson who resigned at the
BC Library value and not candidate role Wexler is single $5 ,00 repair hangar. The co-
street-sale of $430,000. was a for the saying that Gainesville. monthly meeting Tuesday ..
Incident but later released The second plane,
replied "I would
tilOp.m. It ,was the fifth re-election In December. travels frequently, and has manager
Travelogue With glane's when father and sons,, described as being serviced care less,. let them have at night
Head said he ties in the
marijuana run. was conferring decided fewer permanent Robertson who moved to I
Christmas Eve to tell "somewhere north, was "
up It.
Jimmy P* kTuesday had been Tuesday night with than Shores and Adoue,
already city at- area
landing Jacksonville ,
temporarily due
what they knew In order to
to serve as a lease the I
apparently A new :20-year on
made at Keystone, and threeat torney Gregory J, Darby for gain immunity from prosecution. both of whom are married, "dummy' to hoodwink Investigators airport between the City ofKey.tone to the III health of his wife, '. ':
an improvised 2500footlanding ( advice on how the council have families, own propertyand into thinking the occupied the Group seat on .Ij i
,Jan. 10 strip at the"A Bar S" should proceed in conducting The pilot/ whose 't has businesses In Gainesville, "at home" when it Heights and Cam the council. Robertson's term .
I name ; plane was was executed In 1974. All of the
ranch near Archer, owned by its own Inquiry Into Cam'sageged and are considered a better .
not been released by Whit- was actually' on a pot run. buildings of office does not expire until
Council airport Includingthe
Brook.---- Involvement In to show for future '
two Gainesville veterinarians the illegal worth's risk up legal next January.
office is under Whitworth said. I'
.; a new repair hangar now
7:30 p.m.Hampton Dr Victor Adoue and Dr. operation. proceedings. The judge ordered
capias/ (arrest warrant) for a, One automobile, a pickup under construction,are on the City Clerk Lucille Shuford e
his
Wexler to surrender
.1 Council Stephen Shores "Since he has already been white male In his 20s, with an; truck and an airboat were Bradford County portion of checked and reported to the
and remain in
Barney Cam, co-manager: of given Immunity for his Information attached bond of$20.000. He Is passport confiscated from the "A Bar the airport council Tuesday night that a ;:'
7:10p.m.Thurtday.Jan.il: Alachua if he makes
the Keystone Airport who to the State At- not a local resident and has, County S" ranch belonging to the special election rather than ,,
.. ,State Attorney Gene Whit- I don't know whether not been apprehended. He Is bail and Is released. veterinarians. Whitworth said When questioned con- .an appointment would have '
worth said performed the torney Wexler, who apparently cerning what Interest the FAA to be held to fill the '
I he will be able to talk to us or charged with possession of a "barn" was under construc- vacancy .
necessary "modification" on not" Head said. "I would like more than too pounds of marijuana made many Important decisions tion at the farm and noted Federal Aviation' Agency) The council had hoped anI'
I M. the plane to adapt It for flying to hear the story from+ him ,a second degree felony. In the operation was that the wingspan cf: the airplane might have in the pot flights appotnlment! would be suffi- :
BC Library heavy loads, was edd"indefinitely" called last year before the Into Keystone Airport, dent
suspen before la 66 feet, while the : thereby saving! the
. MHllng J p.m. making judgement. An arrest warrant was also statewide jury! investigating lecte
Tuesday by grand 'barn" Is 80 feet wide.Keystone Everett' Fox newlY- expense of an election. ,.1
i Keystone Mayor Charles The bizarre tale of a pot Issued with a bond of $300,000 organized crime' and incoming council member and "
I operation running Into for Fraleigh, of Coconut gambling. He ,convicted Hel Police .Qualifying' wut open at noon ,
. Head on the basil of Whit- was Chief Leonard Jones, when former chairman of the Airport
j .c-.I worth's statements. millions of dollars broke when Grove. in the. Bahamas la June for aboutCam's Committee, said he did Jan. 20 for the special' election .
the plane, packed with 1.500 Arrest warrants were- two tons of marijuana questioned Tuesday set Feb. 21. Qualifying will
Cam and his sons, Michael Importing not anticipate any FAA interest '
(rite Otdtntmuiiti} and Richard, had been pounds of Columbian contraband issued for plane-owners Adoue: and paid a. $...500 fine, ,the alleged Involvement said he was In unless It concerned close_at noon Feb. 1. t f

'j &tatr flunk granted Immunity from made Gainesville;ency: and Shores who work at the Whitworth said.' operation and,' feels that he some "safety factor" In the Robertson was elected In a
upset
very
prosecution by Whitworth forgiving landing at the airport Northwest Animal, Hospital in' cit was a pretty good-sized '(Jones had been "duped."" landings. He said that unscheduled special election January 1975M
'' without 'radio contact Gainesville but live in'New ,
in that
Information concerning operation they were : landings were frequently the anti-water project
Bond
I aawAs M.*ia.r.e ase.M.l others "at the top" of the ,arousing suspicion of airport berry. was set at $50,000 flying pot every nine or ten This man has misled me made at the strip candidate sponsored by the
T....._.. Car.. l lucrative pot operation. officials. Two ,empty makeshift each' but the men were outstateuntilTuesdaywhen of. ...WWtworth{ said. "Idon't and violated the trust I had in without prior contact. with the; .Lawtey Concerned, Citizens,
Dyad'IMuranct r.
j I The letter of suspension was fuel tanks were found tlV) think you can.separate him" Jones said "I never airport. CommitteeT '




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Pept TELEGRAPII January$. ItTBwfdo

.. ,( l 'Mosley Luncheon, Honoree 'q :, I : ;H ; '"'' )ffr : ''J :: : ', ,1; .' ,'.

MM NeMa'Ma**; Jan-7;: tiered pedestal surrounded by crocheted yellow roses.: .:., f .j A, I" I',' 1 I [A r I f"i ., 't tt ,
bride-lect. wa honored at a blue flowers Place card with The abe attendants) at' 'C'rJ.l! 'f>flll'l : ( 'Y. :
bridemald'a luncheon Dec. 29 miniature bridesmaids In blue tending were Miss Loruuur t t 'V<<7" h U1t/ .
given by Mr,.'Gail Colemanand marked the _tingarransement Mosley. Mrs. Rhonda Odom, I.. '
Mrs Charles Schmitt at Mra. Sandy Mosley, Mra ; (JI.J" ffl-I, Sod_ty :Jil.* 964. 7608 ::1" .
the homed the latter. The gift table was centered Pearl Mosley) Mra. Diane'*
The luncheon table was with a bride doll encircled jonna ana MISS Tamara .., -
covered: with a blue and white with white flowers. The attendants Etheridge. r .
linen cloth and centered with a gave the honoree I rear 7at Charleno Campbell And David Griffis
bride doll standing on a three-: lingerie for her trousseau: and I
Mrs. Scoggins Honored(f At Stork Shower
the hostesses presented her : '
Nelda Mosley with a corsage of crocheted Wed Dec. 3 In Graham Home: Ceremony
yellow roses and a negligee.Mrs. Mra. Randy s was" Steve Thomas Mra. Gary
Wayne DavisToWedJan.,7 Lloyd Mosley, mother honored at a stork ager last' Buckley. Miss Catherine E Charter Diane Campbell, p'N ,
of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Thursday Lewis t 7: ,, ) $
night Mrs and
given by Mra. Elmer Lewis daughter of Mrs. Marceline, d:}.P!;,'" (i +
Oscar mother of thepresented ,. I If
: Davis at the home of the latter on Campbell of Hampton and
Alvarez
prospective groom, were Mrs. Weldon road. f
David Kiel h Griff is,son of Mr.
Mr.and Mr. Lloyd Mosley corsagesof Honored On and Mr*. James A. Griffls of
The 15 attending
enjoyed
announce the approaching Graham were united In'
marriage of their daughter DUPLICATE BRIDGE Birthday Dec 31 game with prises and, marriage Dec. :3 at 7 p.m. at
Nelda, Wayne Davis, son ofMr. I CLUB RESULTSDr. refreshments during the party the Grufis home with Judge
.and Mra. Oscar Davis, all and Mr. Jim Mra. Gregory Alvarez hours. The refreshment table Elzie Sanders performing the
of Starke. Minesinger were the winning celebrated her birthday was covered with a lace cloth i nuptials.The. .
The wedding will take place couple at Duplicate Bridge Saturday night at a party and centered with. a Christmas candlelight ceremonywas
Jan. 7 at 7:30: pm. at the Tuesday night Jeff Wreranall given at the home of Mr. and arrangement.The held In front of an improvised
Starke Church of God with a and Eva Mathewson were Mra. Gary Grable on Baylesi ] altar with two vases of
reception following in the second and Mr. and Mrs. E.C. HI \way. hostesses presented the pomsandburgundyphiladeemdrotn
church Fellowship Hall. Walnwrlght were third. The II attending enjoyed honoree with baby carriage on each aide
All friends and relatives are The annual tournament will refreshments, games and and baby accessories as a KathyCsteyandJohnayHobbs against a background of
invited to attend. be held Jan. 17. fellowship during the evening. memento of the occasion. p.Imsand lighted candles In a.
branched candelabra.
-- Kathy Casey Kevin Meng attended al
H ., best man. _
DENMARK FURNITURE Johnny HobbsEngagement Miss Marlene Campbell ?
served her sister as maid of
honor.She wore powder blue
After Inventor ToldMr. crepe, princess style, gown
: with halter neck and cape.She 1.1$
and Mra. Thomas L.
carried nosegay of blue and .
Casey Jr. announce the white pompoms and baby's' ;
\engagement of their daughter, breath tied- with blue and
Mary Kathryn,to Johnny Ray white satin streamers.
\ 1 k Hobbs,Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs Given In marriage by Ed- j
l Johnny R. Hobbs all of ward G. Clayton, the bride
I Starke. wore' a princess style, long
Miss Casey and Mr. Hobbs sleeve candlelight gown. The ,
are both Bradford High School bodice was a daisy pattern of
graduates. organza lace attached to a
Miss Casey graduated from skirt of organza over taffeta. +n r
ANTIQUE WHITE the University of Florida in The train was of the daisy lace
December of '77. pattern over organza. Her
FRENCH PROVINCIAL Mr. Hobbs is currently a midlength veil of candlelight
student at UF. Illusion was attached to a
BEDROOM SUITETriple A June 24 wedding Is tiara of seed pearls. She
Mr.and Mrs David Griff
RATTAN
planned.
SOFA carried a nosegay of blue

Dresser With Wing Mirror, Double miniature carnations and, yellow South Pacific Presented Three WeekendsSouth
With Matching Chair And Glass TopE Junior Club cushion pompoms pink
tinted breath tied with
baby's
Dresser And Upright Mirror Queen Double Pacific Richard 27-28 and Feb. 34. Dinner will
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white satin streamers.
d table
n Reversible Cushions I In Seat t To Meet
Jockel's fourth be served at 7 and the
Or A was also held at musical p.m.
Twin Headboards and Nite reception
And Back In Blue And White Bamboo Stands Mon.Jan.9 the Grlffia home. production, will be shown show will start at 8 p,m.
Print All Pieces Especially Priced To The bride's table was three weekends at the
The Junior Woman Club covered with a white lace Woman's Club of Starke. Tickets at $7 each and
549M $ 95 will hold their January cloth and centered with a four The dinner-theatre first reservations may. be had by
Reg. 449 Close Out meeting Monday, Jan. 9. at tiered wedding cake flanked showing will be Jan. 20-21 and calling Mrs. V.J. Spengler.
Close OutSCIFr 7:30: pm. at the club house. by identical arrangements of the next two weekends, Jan. 964-6046.
Hostesses will be Jan pink miniature carnations and

KM'S! Norton and Joan Hall. Allen baby'.Griffls breath.cut the Mrs.cake James and Woman's Club To Meet Jan. 11 I

t 1a: iftAI%1I1C11EI was assisted In serving by

GIRLS C1IEERLEAD1NG Mrs. Daniel Griffis. Miss The Art's Department of the Williams Mrs. Raymond
i; HT-*" CLASS Susan Moeley kept the bride's Woman's Club of Starke. with Howe Mrs. John Smith, Mrs.
On All' 1. Of A kind .:, With Formica Shelves I ', There will be a girl's book. Mrs. Betty Young chairman, J,D. Warren, Mrs. F.B. Beard
,] cheerleading class Saturday, Following a wedding trip to will be in charge of the and Mrs John Greene.
ENB TABLES &C8FFEE TABLES r'i' Clearance ,, Jan. 7, from 12:30: to 4 p.m at Daytona Beach the couple Is program at the January The club plans to have,a
the BUS gymnasium for residing In Graham. luncheon-meeting Wednesday Flea Market Jan. 14 in the
: kindergarten through 8th The bride Is a 1976 graduate : ,Jan. 11, at 12:15: p.m. Eagle DeVane building on W
25% Off '. Re Q. 6199 5149 grade. Admission, 200. of Bradford High School and Is Hostesses with Mrs. Young Call street. Members may
I '.r 1 l"' ; 'It" employed as a Physical will be Mra. Merritt Williams, take their items for sale to the
,.-: !c';:""'" ..iff; ') : v ".,..: Training Center. Odom, Jr., Mrs. Morris before the sale.

YOUR CHOICE! It graduate Mr Griffis of Bradford is. a High 1975 ." ,, ,, H"I" ,. ,,,,, ,, ,
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SOFA flHD. MATCHING{.. y I, Basssetet! ; ( JI I choolandjs: > ewta\ )*' at '' ,"I.' .." ,CritterCoolf'Out Held"' "
0' '; "' ;' CABINETiCHAIR ,Container. Corporation of .ditty. '.1111..1. ..n,"mr., .' .n,.". m)1"" .l: ,J
I Gold Fabric Tufted Back CHIffA '& .America. Jan 2 By Mad. St. Church' .,

Reversible Cushions Pecan Finish Glass Madison Youth Madison Street Baptist One of the I highlights of the

Reg. 549.' Close out Shelves Lighted Top $26995Reg. Church held Its. annual Critter evening was a cake baking
$44995 contest for the Edward
HoldWalk-A-Thon Cook-out on Monday, Jan. 2. men.
-329"THROW Christmas won first prize for
For Missions Each year on New Years the the prettiest cake. Mr. H.A.
: : of the congregation bringin Lawson won the prize for the
men
: : ;' : : ; 13 children and seven adults any critters they have killed least prettiest cake.ThemealwasservedalsO0.
/PILLOWS .,: :::" .I.I.i'IB'liI SVITE from the Madison Street during hunting season. The :
Baptist Church children's men meet at the church earlyIn pm. with the women
,;' Pecan FinIsh China Cabinet ; ',1,., 'I Sunday school departmentheld the day and spend the day preparing the other dishes to
a Walk-A-Thon for the and football.This go with the meat.Approximately .
SPECIAL $1 00 ; VTable & 6 : !'.' Lottie Moon Christmas offering cooking year the playing young boys 100 guest

xa ''r ""' :CI, halrsReo, /673w.; t Good driving habits bacons Monday for, Jan.2.Foreign Missions on def es led theMethodist m.aft... lot oo tball. enjoyed the" evening- .

a part of you for a lifetime. Each child was sponsored
All 1 Of A Kind Bernhardt Genuine Pecan Campaign Style So do bad h.bH*. Learning by different people that payed UMW Dinner Sunday I .
proper Rules of the Road them so much a mile to walk..
BEDROOM SUITETriple now can develop your Each child walked a total of For College Students .
TABLE LAMPS confident* behind the five miles. .
Dresser And Mirror, Large Chest I whl. Sal driving U a Approximately $250 was college students, sence of Mrs. Richard Little,
good habit W. have th* who were home for the Campus
raised the Walk-A-Thon. Ministry Coordinator -
Nite on
And Stand
Headboard fact about safe driving After walking everyone holidays, were entertained at who was out of town.
25 % Off Reg. '699" Close Out $49995 I:. auto Insurance. returned refreshments., to the church for a Holiday dinner Inn Sunday given at by the the .

_._ ...__ I I JORDAN AGEMCr United Methodist Women.
2'Queen'Size SimmonsHIDEAIEP .,i",.ti"'". I ''TRIPLE" ,..""",,.*,',*.*:;&,: I! AT STARKE : students Attending were with Rev. and the Mrs.10 ;bJ'/joJ/ .'
t buI y.JC.... ,
I George Mr. and Mrs.
\ :. ." '\ 1; ,; : .DRESSER AN!,]I MfMIM ?: I 3O1 N. @ 9e/-6737 I Drew Reddish Harper and Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Bill Glover of
Mr. and Mra. Mike Sistrunk Mrs. Olin White of Starke and floral City were weekend
r I 1 Herculon Stripe,1 Herculon Plaid., -i 'V 4 Drawer Chest Bed And nite'Stand DEDICATED, TO SERVING YOUR 'and daughters of Indianola, Rev. and Mrs. Don Lewis of guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
".; Was '289" INTEREST Miss, spent the past two weeks Wake Forest N.C. Myers.
$ On Eh'hei_ ::4'"J'Ii' :' / ; : \,; ;,, '.' '$Z' III Across From Pizza Hut Stitrfct with her parents. Mr and Mrs.Reddish was in charged
Savt i 100 of/These \: J"Jplo8eout, : Mra. CR. Scoggins. arrangements in the ab- Mrs. Shellie Gerle has
...J, ".. ti. .. \\V : <{, ''''', .. returned after two weeks with
her daughter and family, Mr.
QUEEN SIZE ODD !and Mrs. Brad Locke in,
drandenton.
SOFA SLEEPER CHEST OF DRAWERS AND
Mrs. Ewell Lawson spent

Green And White Bamboo Print & White NITE TABLES Christmas weekend with her
son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Bamboo Trim Jfanuary G, 9, 11, 12 13 & IB are the last Jerry Lawson at Fort Walton

Reg. '499" -$39995 Sale Priced days of credit course' registration for Santa Beach. .

Fe's Winter term. Classes for 'the term Mrs. Carl Mathews is In ,
_. Alachua General Hospitalwith
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;
:'SE.F'I.IT'IE'! : begin January MO end April 20. a cracked hip received In ..
tKuteftTMfS .
,. 1 '" a fall at home
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T (, Alan Hprr'ic.n cf Fort .
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id, Bedding! Sofas,,Chairsa > ,,tiF>, S K'ET' $.1' 01 Waco, Texas
i If ciill' : ., __ were holiday
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'.'::ln ''Tables' Etc r,1 ii, DON guests. of their grandparents,
FOBGET
*M ,I\I\ :Ji.j"l.iiIib:: //M ;'''j,:lU," 'iitH.'s, "A. Mr. and Mrs A.S. Harrison. .

OVAL BRAIDEDREMNANTS Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm
COVERING Pownall and family of
THROW 1 Hamilton, N.Y. are spending
several weeks with his
::: r $495Both Registration on the above dates will beheld mother. Mrs. Powell, ST.


Vinyl And Carpet RUGS In Building_H-O7 Northwest Campus 2nd Fatality... "

from Noon to S p.", You may call or come
IT'S A FACT YOU CAN 00 BETTER AT 1+ .... (From Page 1
to the SFCC'Olti4'c&'" t Records and
: Admissions ''Police listed$SX( 'damage! to

JwajjVvj Bedding's 1977 Mercury;' No .
beginning.rianuary 3, for a registration arrests were made : .

; .,' The only other fatality in the
appointment.Santa : county was Connie, Kay

t'",.. f" \",'.,.,',.. .:..,''.. Hudson Heights.. Miss 17, of Hudson Keystone war: .

killed August 20 when aha was'
southbound on SR-21,1.7 miles
south of Keystone, swerved to
Fe Community College ,: miss\ a' dog'''skidded offthe
roadway and, 'was' pinned
3000 NW 83rd Street .
i under te'car. .
i
434 W. Call Gainesville Florida, 32401t phone 377-5141, N\ There ,were no traffic
I fatalities ,within the city i
Starke. Fla. 964-5827
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!c 1 1l Patricia Crapse
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+ Gary Wheeler IYGOTTAGO"


Wed Dec. 16 i

l + ; In Lawtey I A Last Years pricesOutDrasticaHy


The First Baptist Church In ,
r Lawtey was the setting for the f fI'
marriage of Patricia June
CrapM. daughter Mr. and
Mrs Michael, Crape,Sr. of I' .

j Wheeler Lawtey Ion to of Gary Mr*.Allen Ida Those Cars Must Be Sold !

Pauline Wheeler of Starke
Pastor David Brown performed Na FI..anabl. Offer '
the ceremony: Friday. ynr tr V
Dec. 16, at 9 p.m.
The Trinity candle service Re u .. d.
was used. Highlighting the
altar were two arrangementa fir
of pink and white gladioli. 1917 CAPRICE DR.
Miss Denise Hardee
u, organist and soloist provddeJnuptial ;; Power Steering, Power Brakes.. Air Conditioning, Power

i. music. Windows WSW Radials Automatic V8. Clean
IL1 Miss Mary Annette Crap e Transmission.
attended her sister as maid of And Looks About Like A 1978 Model I.
,
honor. She wore a long + i
: I : gown with white daisy trim r-
5695
J k'
and a shoulder length, pink Last Years Price TBS03 This Years Price .
r r'' veil. She carried a long stem ,

: i' ,:;7, arm carnations bouquet and of pink fern.and white Mr. and Mr*). Gary Wheeler 1977 OLDS 98.LUX SED4H"" o
"L 't
,
i! Joey Crews was best man
':, and Mike David Crapse, Jr., Loaded With Equipment '(Sold New By Us) A Year Ago. Here I J
f ," i' brother of the bride, was pdTPOona/ ,
.' '
., ,...1!."'" "' usher. Again You Have The Latest Styling "Looks Like 78'
,., \ .'' bride In
The given
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marriage by her father worea Mr Janice Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Brannen Last Years Price B4a5 This Years Prices '6995
i Mr and Mrs. James Carver -- long white sheer gown over daughter. Donna, of Arcadia spent Christmas week with
; : satin with empire waist long and Mr. and Mrs Thomas ? Mr and Mrs. Bob Faile in

Sherle: Starling and James Carver sleeves, and chapel length Thompson and son.Darrell, of Lancaster,S.C. 1911 CHEVROLET TON
," train. Chantilly lace edged the High Point N.C. were visitingMr.
/ :oot.
mandarin neck, yoke, cuffs and Mrs. Marcus Norman Misses! Kathleen McGriff This Is A Long Wheel Base With Automatic Transmission.
,\
: Wed Dec. 10 Graham and train. Her shoulder length and daughters during the and Beverly Mondy of
\, veil was secured to a tiara holidays. Gainesville were weekend Power Steering And 6 Cyl. Engine Dark Brown Paint With
. I :'' decorated with tear drop guests of Mrs G.J. McGriff,
:;: home In Graham with Bishop
1 Shone Jean Starling( White Top
; ; Barber beads and pearls. She carrieda Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClaneand Sr,
Winston performingthe
i; iluuKhler( i>f Mr. and Mrs. nosegay of and white daughter of Neptul'eBeach

""'' Graham Morris' ,Eugene:and lamer' Starling William of At nuptials.points of Interest in the carnations with sprays 01baby' visi'ed his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Last Years Price 4495L, This Years Price 3895 ;
!' home were baskets of red and breath and fern.A and Mrs. Huston McClane last Winkler and son Wade, spent
and Mrs.
of Mr.
'CurviT. lion white reception was held In the Friday and Saturday. last Monday to Saturday at
white carnations and
4 Hubert I.. Carver of Gainesville church Fellowship Hall. Glenville N.C. Mr. and Mrs.
gladioli 1975 MERCURY MONARCH 4 DR.
were united in marriage ( Misses Karen and Becky Standing In the receivingline Mr and Mrs. Lynwood Jerry Johns who were with
I Ire. Id ut 4 p.m. at the bride'sJbiJ llutchins provided nuptial were the bride and groom Walters and daughter, them stayed over until Clean One Owner 6 Cyl. Automatic Transmission, Power '
1 music and their parents. Miss Mandy, of Martinsville, Va. Tuesday.Rev. .
Daniel O. Carver attended Rhonda Norman kept the were holiday guests of Mr. Steering, Power Brakes Air Conditioning Vinyl Top. Light
Ushers bride's book. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr. and Mrs. George
best were
man.
7/o-Know as Hubert L Carver, II and Eric The bride's table was Harper had their children and Blue With Matching Trim. Only 24000 Miles
Carver covered with a white linen Mrs. N.K Hurst of Indianapolis families home for the
A.
Mr'' iiml. Mrs. 'I' B Harding.Ir (. I\tlllllllecky llutchins served cloth and centered with a Ind. is visitingMrs. holidays: Rev and Mrs. Don Last Year Price '369 This Years Price $3195
.mil lainily of Odciiton. as maid of honor. Misses three tiered cake. The two Clyde Sinclair and Mr. Lewis of Wake Forest, N.C.,
punch bowls a each end of the T.H. Slade. Reverends Lee and Ruth
'. d! WITC l'III' hlrllll!' vu-ek Shelia Starling and Gail and Mrs.
,;wets'! III' their pm'l'lIb1' I' Lavender were bridesmaids. table were encircled with pink Harper and son, Eric of 1915 MERCURY MONARCH 4 DR.
'und Mrs. Harding. Sr., and They were attired alike In red and white flowers. Mrs. Larry Gibson N.C., Tom Harper of
white knit and lace Norman cut the cake and Mrs Local admittances to Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. White With Blue Trim. V8 Power Power
Mr and Mrs J.T.' I.aw son. and gowns. Engine Steering, ;
Bradford County Hospital this David of Tallahassee
head Henry Hodges poured punch. Harper ,
mid Mr. and Mrs Ned piece
They wore a rose
I'rux lord. and carried red and white Following a wedding trip to week include: from Starke- Mr. and Mrs Rick White of Brakes, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission. Clean And
with Six Gun Territory and Silver Mrs. Fannie Keames Mrs: Bedford, Va. and Jody Harperof
:\h'lIml :Mrs. I'aulti. Brown carnations. baby'sIn'eath. Springs the couple is residing Ernestine Garmon, Mrs. the University i of Rich Nice Looks Like Newer Car Than It Is I
li.nl IlK "'Coffee'guests Sun- Angela jbcratore, niece of al 210 N. Water street. Zelphia Muse, Mrs. Frances!!! mond
il.iy Mr. und Mrs. I..S. ('('lion, the bride/( served as flower The bride is agraduate of Hefferon. Mrs Gertrude Last Years Price 3685 This Years Price 3095
Mr.and Mrs. Paul G. Brown
Mr und Mrs. lt.CYllon.. Sr. girl. Bradford High School and Is McBride Ancll Griffis, Mrs.
.mil Mrs.illie ('('lion of Given; In marriage by her employed at Koch's Drug Honor Sweat. William Mo had as guests during the
Maclniii.. Mr. and Mrs. U M.t'cllon lather the bride wore a white, Store. Daniel Frank Dickinson holidays, Mrs Howard 1915 FORD G 500 4 DR.
III' Gainesville ami Mr. lion length chiffon gown withMwt''tht'lirt Mr. Wheeler Is a control Dorothy Craven and Mrs. Brown. Sr. of Dan elsvUle.Ga" 1\\
.Mrs.ieorge: ; Kranklin. of house operator for GilmanPaper Ruth Lee; Mrs. Jean Brown of Mrs. Carlton Purvis of "
Micanopy. matching neckline.headpiece She wore with Co..P.1.. Hampton; Miss Charlotte Athens, Ga. and Miss Jan Clean Car In Good Condition, Was Owned By The Bradford Co.

it shoulder veil and carried a Hart of Lake Butler;;' and Jeffords of Alachua. Sheriffs Dept. Well Maintained With Lots Of Miles left In It.
'''Mist, '' "'. 'Casey Kevin Minton of Raiford.Mr. .
Kiithy of miniature white
Ixniquet
,to. Mr. and Mrs E.B. Gunter,
.. .. .. uru'diiiiledith fK-ffrmlx-r: Irom honors'the t'niiwiity '. in- roses,, red.carnations and and Mrs... Marion j* III of Goldsboro N.C, .were, Last Years Priqe, *, 5, ThisY.fi.acsPriceJ; 995* *%
. liaby's breath. rfCiectTlim 10r; -'mll/H" 1r h .r. J guests last week of Mr. and. '
*.v <(If'.florid! with 'a. >was also held at t y,; bpYMIM'' "' areehiofuaahes-' 1 rng OOI' nd.daughters ofuests 1 W. ""Brown/lT '-- e .
Mrs. '
lrtal'hHot"or AtsI4ducatio0. \ / ( George "
; tM kend I
M1 0' Hngree : .
home. Miss t. I '
_, : = I the Christine Starling ureen kept lheIwlde's 1 b' \.ift ''VMt d'her grandmother. / [ orCN'Oins'ty.Mr. : : ---- - 1974 DODGE CruB'CABF4: W/DMVE"--l
: : Mrs, I Lax Green.last, week, I Mr. and Mrs. Richard
book and Mrs
:Jniss Juno Harding returned Margaret Itivers presided at .and Mrs. Gene Ivey;''Jr. |.r Williams and children [ This: Is A Strong Truck That Will Go Almost Anywhere You Want |
lo Atlanta: GU. last Thursday table. TRAVEL ADVENTURE and sons, Jim and Matt, of Micayle and Kevin. of
Ihe punch and Mrs. Tallahassee spent Saturday to Can Take 4 Or 5 With You. 4 Wheel Drive
alter spending 10 da'KI ith The bride is a 1976 graduate Eugene Ore., Mr. To Go And You
.EDUCATIONSee
-.Iilll' "pnr nJs, Mr.: and :Mrs. School David Mendenhall of Stone Monday with their parents,
uf.Bradford High .
'. :TIJ. Hiii-ding.; ,,; Srv MrCarver: la a 1976 Chief' Kelly US Navy Mountain, Ga.. and Miss June Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams Works Perfect. ',
". ,*' Station Hardy of''Atlanta spent the and Mr. and Mrs. Warney
.Recruiting Starke
of Gainesville I '
.' Mrs.: .': W.j': tipprroon: ;graduate Schooland enters the'. High Air Monday 10 A.M. Tit 2 P.M. holidays with their parents, Adkinson. Mr and Mrs. Bob Last Years Price *4fB5. This Years Price $3495
Williams Jacksonville
.I''t\lrll'd $u (lay after todays: 'I Mr. and Mrs J.E. Hardy of
: ) Ko.rce\ : ; January' 6. Bradford Squar' 2/10->? i Joined the family on Saturday. I ,
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: Jii North .Florida l llei.lonal"

.. ..'..I.Ijikhpiial/ I, ith!! pneumonia.'Charles 1974 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 DR.

'
.. ... ; ,,Francis and Runs And Drives Good Make A Great Second Car. With Power Z
: children bpent the week before
'Christmas with his mother, Steering Power Brakes, V8 Automatic Transmission, Air
.. :Mrs. t'.K.: Francis in Wood-
.
We hove .
..J'\II'1'l"nn.\ a [ Conditioning Sold As Is
'. .. .
.' . ,;Mr.'and Mrs. Eddie; l Douglas Last Years Price '22fl& This Years Price $1595
.: nl Starke and Mr. and Mrs. I
; ... ,(/uiu"",iv Howe of Sanlord and
their families spent the 1973 GRAND PRIX COUPE
holidrysinMagglValley I N.C

Loaded With All The Goodies Including AM/FM And II
:\I1'.llld. .Mrs: I..C. Early: Savings plan I
h.ivi'1, had an guest ..Mrs.lrlyn (Tape, This Car Really Needs Painting But Thats All, It Will Go For]
Standard of West
.. l-'rmiklort.'' Iii and Eugene; I a Lotta Years Yet.
(finder: uf! I'eorla. III. during/
t'liriVttniiis', ; week: Mr. und Last Years Price *269& This Years Price 1995
.. Sirs. Albert Coffman. of for
"'('lItrali ..lII.( last Thursday: :
m1 tiohKctt! M-obile.'Ala.. Friday.. :

,Monday.. : Loaded With Equipment And A One Owner.. This Is A 9 Pass

:.." '. Mrs: \ : J.M. Edwards Sr. of I Model That Will Take A Large Family A Long Way Check This
< 'StjirKe and daughter Mrs. '
:
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.: .' (tail ThomasV and daughter I Car Out This Years Super
AAC
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',' "" 'Kcli.'yt-sday' (dl Jacksonville; 4o: Friday spent with: last Mr. CURRENT SAVINGS RATES, Last Years Price 1'&It Special Price S slaD


.. ".'.'...:. ;!.lIulI.'tf.,irlahlo., \) : '.Johu' ..Tare1fn, Special: I
.. Annual Annual Minimum cia' Sj3fej .
': .'.... .'ll'r:, ;:sill '. Mrs: James YIELD RATE TERM 5'P. .

.. .,; .:. ..:'(l"I(llr.\1I\ spent last usi'k with ,.
.
1972 BARTH MOTOR
: r'' h'I' :|RU.-nts. -Mi'., and 'Mrs. i ley': HOME
I ,; :"7.79% 7,50% 4 Years -
.:, ; 'yt .
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'r: 'Kol oi-t.liark.sdale. Hum]+ 1.
...' .,.. .,. ,1;Juldt! ,;''tWit.t .: ., '," I.. : /6.9801 6.7501 2'/2 Years E ,"c. rr This A 25' Model That Has Got To Be The Cleanest In This 1

.;... c *:\': '/;'Mrs'" :." :Gladys") ': :bean of J j:, .. ,1 V'; ..'.:<',,r/:, '"6.72% 6,50.MJ":- ,', 1 Year' ,' -., ,'" .; :..", Area. You Must See This motorHome: Before You Buy The

.; ... .' 'hll'l..n,1U": l :Mond.i guest .5'9201. 5'7501':. U, 90 Days ),1. ', Running; Ge r Is All Chevrolet With A 400 V8 Engine Automatic
.'' Mm. I'.U Cooper. '. \ '
,' r.\Ir.'luid: .
'' .vvniii0pers also had as guest : ,.' ....... ,i; $t,000 Minimum Investment ,, : .. "i't I Transmission, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Front Air
... : ,
; McDonald or' .... ;>&I. ; I I Air
:. "' :MHetty| : Conditioning fioof With A 4KW Generator. This Is The Lux

'.j .'' .-. Tlmryd.ly'of Kitideiiton, last Monday week, to-t tMr. \,, ,/" '"*/I;, t. "',', ,..qf'iif"' ''''' ; PASSBOOK,.' '*,, H.4" I II ..,. .', .1(.. '.. .. Model (So It's Nice Inside) With Only 34000 Actual One OwnerlIe8' !

.. ... "5.390/0 :j 'NoneA :
5.250/0
and Mrs. David $ U95
.. .(.Christopher and daughters of Last.Years Price 1"J199.5.; :This Years Price
' WuvvroM spent the weekend substantial penally is required for When earnings are left to compound

t ..''" \MrsvC.L.Dinkins.,ith'. her parent Joining Mr. and the t early withdrawal on certificate, plans. daily lor one year ..fc; ."' Don't Miss This One

.liunily w Sunday were Mr.. ALL PLANS ARE SUBJECT JO CHANGE WITHOuYNOTICEGuaranty ., .
. r amtt\ .I Mrs!-Harry Stalling and .. .,. '- We Want To Thank You All For Your Business Last
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.I HS Class Ofl 962, Holds Reunion
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,' Dec. 23 At Country Club

'BUS clam 'CII 1962 hek' a music for dancing during the Included Richard Jockel and
reunion. and steak dinner Dec1t evening. Mr and Mr*. Bobby y,
2J: tM Starke Golf and Among the 57 class mem- Ferguson. '
Country Club. bers attending those who Dewayne McRae. class ..p'q,!' ly
School posters and scrap came the furthest away went president was In charge of 1 imh) ..,n
books were on. display far Bernie Collins from Boston arrangements.
reminiscence Mass and Iris Aim Gainey /E
Christmas arrangement* Ludwig from Eureka 111.
were teed as centerpieces on Special guest was Hug) Out In The
the dining. tables. Ingram who was principal ai
Holmes Brothers' band that time and son David ai ,
bj '
from Jacksonville provided' Tallahassee. Guesta also 1+
Cold.
iSl 11 i r..

Forecasts predict plenty of
STARKE FIRESTONE hard winter weather ahead. "rt
Coping with freezing temperatures i vvq
US 301 N. Starke Fla. can be a critical t ,f Icy
problem.The I

(DLLU; (71J3! = (OaOEW! all that temperature counts.The Itself wind chill isn't 6 ,
factor Is even more 1m.portant.
If the thermometer .. ... .
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We Honor Tire And Service PricesIn shows 20 degrees Fahrenheit, Memben.1the Bradford High Class of IM2 attending their first rft..len Salano;;;; Marilyn Shannon Blackwell. Peggy Henderson Evans! Sandra
for example a wind speed of MeRa
Moore Davis Betty Itollte Rwe. Arthur HolUday. Joe Sapp.DcWaynp
All Firestone Ads In Gainesville 10 miles per hour tot produces degrees Dee.First O were rew-! Betty J. Clark ..Mtherlaad. Dlaa Cohen 1'1"oa>. Iris AMGalaey Fourth' row- Abby tlarley Massey Da. Paler Mary Ann Long Paler.Wane .
Sun Or Florida Times UnionJournal' effects above equivalent At the Meets 20 Ladwl,. Enrcfc. Illi Gayle Andrews Strickland. Betty WalawrIQhtSkew Harper. Susie Davis Mlrsnowlcs. Chester 'Bubba' Moody Linda.
zero. Overstreet!
Unaln. Grady
Bill Larry
wind .Jaaet Nichols Carter Martha...Blom.Shirley McrrUm Bagwell. Wa din Buckley. John E. Geiger King. '
a
degree temperature .... Linda David SwUnerUnd., Wayne Klnney. :
Seed rowVera Crews CIa' AageUa Dlcaadle Eddlngs.
of 30 miles an hour .
speed 1'1.... Percy Moody. Jimmy,Johnson
Linda Breoalns Parmenter. Clncy Hubbard. Theresa Thomas Top raw- Berate Collins Boston. :
We Also Feature MultiMile causes the same effects as a Thomas Pace. _.. Anders, John Adams
below HoUlngswortB. Barbara Davis Htu.Carol Ward Seplcn.' Dorothy Hardy Jo Ivan WUllam .Tommy Hoggins.Jimmy Moore. Billy
I 18 degrees
temperature Third row-Vicky Mater O'Bleen, Jealyee Graham MolRamuth.. Sandra William Carter Mike Fester George Morrison. John A. Reddish.", Elbert
Tires At The Areas Lowest zero.What the wind does Is. blow Shealy Messer JaaniU Drawdy.... Barbara BlankeosUp Reddish, Sandra Hersey, _..,
away the layer of air around
Prices us that our bodies have Travelogue Set rev'' P p 'Iw
heated. Even a slight breeze

PL1'OLVISTI. WI"EWALL nlls11IU carries blowing away at live eight miles times an hour as For LibraryChug

much body heat as still air. So
/ 1.11 _! 9"nl" our bodies are more directly along with Jimmy
I.U exposed to the cold. Peek via train through the Ire
The fur of animals protects
2t. rugged' Swiss Alps the
171114' ...t them from the cold by trap- forested wlnterlanda of
ping dead air among the hairs Germany and the by-ways. of e
011"4 2.q thus acting as insulation. Europe.At .
111"4 1.11 Many animals can regulate 6:30: p.m.on January 9 in
t1St17$11S their heat balance by expanding the Bradford County Public
...t171ts or compressing their Library Jimmy Peek will
fur We humans have vestiges show slides and discuss his
Ut of the same hair-erecting most recent trip to Europe.
muscles in our skins in fact. Mr.Peek traveled by rail pass
L78/1S .... '21" Those muscles contract when throughout eight countries in .j
... we're suddenly chilled and Eastern Europe from September -
; give us goose bumps. 16 through October.19.
Wool is one of the best Insulators 1977 ,
i
: Free Mounting because It traps. dead. Join Jimmy at the.public .
air. between fibers, and many library for a travelogue you .
'II' .m new synthetics are warm and. won't forget] ; said library .

964-5078 ..... ii. light. director Dan Smith. ." ; ..'
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10-IS 4.1' 43" WOODPANELING Bradford Middle school advanced band members Benny
liL Tankard and Troy Tntwlller under the direction of Michael
It-'S' 4." '47"ItIS -,4rVAUOdIN Woodfin.take part In a program for parents and friends Dec.9.

1.41 57"
LONON Santa Fe Changes. .

t4-S6.s-ts 1.61 '75"too. JI> CO. Tommy Powell plays the French horn as part of a murk program p.' n tWin .
fx4s7ns0 presented by the Bradford Middle school beginning Intermediate Campus For ,
." 1.11 15911 leis 1. '....... a and advanced band Dec... Tommy. Is an eighth grader '
In the advanced band. ter QuarterSanta : H.C. Bagwell returned to his

: - - home in Denver.. Cplo.
Saturday after weekV .
a visit
: : i
s Fe c Community with'. 'hwuhpotheraMrsIW., '.'
v IJi College students :: taking LllaistemJ Q1..tn-Ja"l, 'and

5 -.- i 'classes winter ''S&IIrluv1whlfrr.quarter tAe ,d"uld1tNo'l,1'I1r.vf; Barnes.and 1II1oi1.MArI. -
reopens Eugene Mr. and
5I N 0 Tl C""E I II The ChlrwM claim to have invented the toothbrush in Tuesday Jan. 10, might have !Mrs. Don Bagwell/
I 5I i 1498-and it appears to be basically the same as the modem difficulty finding their classrooms
Bradford with High the School.change to were Mrs.in Joan Lakeland.ChiU/Ga.and Sunday-family-

I i II brush.PAT'S Classes that were scheduled visiting Mr and:Mrs. Ralph
for Starke Elementary and 'hilly and Mrs\ Chester
II CRAFTHwy Hadsock: and families.
appear that way on Santa Fe
I I schedule have been shifted to .'
II Attending the New Year's
Melrose the high school where classes
21 Eve square dance Saturday
AilTaxpayersOf held.
I were once night sponsored by.the! Square
COME IN NOW will be Dance Council at the Gaines-
Late registration
Ii IiI
I ;:' ville Recreation Center were:
'f held at the high school
I \ i & REGISTER FOR CLASSES ON Thursday 8:30 Dec. 12,. from 6 to and Harry Mary and May Agnes Hatcher.Ferguson Bob
: p.m.
!' John and Anne Greene. Jerry
PAINTING and tuna Petrello, Hank and
I BradfordCounty i II TOLE All classes In.Starke Classes are Mary! Ann Kvle.. DeWitt.and
from 7 to 9:45: p.m. Hose Padgett. Gareth. and
that will be held at BHS are:
MACRAME
I i II II Monday, Elementary Becky Harden Jones., !Morris Panand/and Barbara Sharon(
Introduction to
h t Algebra Williams EW, and Lucy

I The Following Forms Have Been Sent Out From Your II II I Available Classes Also On Sociology Composition.Logic; ;Tuesday Introduction Wednesday.College to. Duncan Whiffen Hodges, and After Jim Wayne the and dance and Sandra'Ann the


I Property Appraisers Office. If You Receive These Forms! I II IBe II SILK FLOWERS-EGGERY Behavorial Biology Introduction and Science.Human to Speech.Values Thursday group Mrs at Lonnie enjoyed the home I.lgon 1. a.m.of.In Mr.Gaines breakfast and::


I Sure To Return Them By The Dates Noted Below. If You II I Open 7 P.M.10-5 Moo Monday Tues & Thur Friday. $at 10-2 h State,and Human Local Origins Government.and ville.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Little

I Have Not Received Your Forms As In Past Years, Please ';JI I II II Develope Come Your In Have Talents Fun With b Us. Thank OFFICE yea SHOP soles.Ph. tM-5764.. THE. after and their family parents.two weeks returned Mr. visit and Friday Mrs.with.


,I Contact This Office As Soon As Possible. : I II - - - - Tenn.Mrs.Thomas A.J.Madden Little and'in.' Waverly Mr. and) ,.


I HOMESTEAD ;: March 1 19713 I Kay Turner 'and. Bob
EXEMPTION STARKE PRINTSHOP 'YzZ .Johnson of Jacksonville, Mr. .
'and Mrs.Carl Bauer of Creen- .
"1. AGRICULTURE-EXEMPTION March 1 1'978. 1 (,khi .. ville.-M'iss'., Vicky Lassiter Turner-of of '
Gaipesvljle'Sally.
Qdgll y Irld/a3 Lake Wales and Mr. and Mrs. .
:'I' : WIDOWS 'EXEMPTION: .Ma... h.1 1,1978 .1 I II' ld/v Lea Hardee' or Oakton Va. ..
'the .
were guests during
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C.
holiday* of. Mrs.. James
: DISABILITY EXEMPTION March 1. 1978 .
: 1.I'I 107 E. Call St. Starke. Florida 'QarronandMrs.Janet Turner
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RELIGIOUS&'FRATERNAL EXEMPTION March 1 1,1978 ." '
PHONE 984-8925 :'Mr. and Mrs. Leonard .
PROPERTY .Anderson( East Moline 111.and.'Joe' '. '.
TANGIBLE RETURN. 1' 1978 .
PERSONAL April
Stewart;;'and Ted
I I Becker .of Wasl illlton. DC. .
1000 were' holiday guests of..Mrs. .

II 1 The Dates Noted Above Are The Deadlines For Filing These' I ETTER HEADS. .. J JS-i( : ..JfJ8X>.'? 25.95. ', .. George Air.. and Sapp.Mrs'.: .tiL'"J;> Casey. .', .

. Jr. and.'family;artd Johnny .. .

| Forms So File On Time To Avoid Penalties. If We Can Help 1.1I 1000 '. . .... ','Thursday'Blowing itobbs spent'Rock last N.C'Tuesday:week.. at ta :. '.

; ? 26.95. .
ENVELOPES...........:....!!.................. : : .....Mrand MRlbertWhite': ,' .
You In This Or Any Other Matter Please Call This Office : : .: '. .and son,-Wesley; and Mr. and .
I II II j Mrs.Michael White of Gainesville -.
II 1000 '. ,. .. \ ;-., i : .. r alai Cihdy, ,Srnith or

.1 II At 964-6280 Ext. 216 Or Come In At Anytime. I BUSINESS CARDS",1 d .. .J..11.50Colors ,. .dinner Lawtey guests were NeW of Mr.''Year'and Mrs.day. .

.. ...... :. ...:... ... : ; tlin. .White. ; ; 'f.Mrs. .
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I .' .' '. ,... I .1'I! Extra t On: r Above Orders :: /: '. '' .:':''. .: ..- .''ions:',' of W.Itpoy North: Augusta.ter,Jr.-,:S.C.arid'"

.: ':' :" ,.U.. ''; JlmmyAivarez': ': and .Mrs.: and Mrs.Gary ..
'i.- : : : : Also Available At Same Low Price .
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I ; II I : Worthy of Hurst.Texas were
."II..t," .I : ,. r #>', : :. .. ':last Wednesday overnight .

;I+ $ ;.z .; ::' "' 1 1V' k. ''J RUBBER. .STAMPS'4 -. DESK. NAME: PLATES, . .Reddish.guests of! The Mr. and Reddishes'Mrs. Drew also '

r rV'. ,J.\. 'Prop'er't'y' 'Appraiser : .. .WEDDING : ". -. : r bad a.,'diJVlel" guests, that
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: ,.' 1I ;' : INVITATIONS : right, ,,: Mr; and -Mrs: RexMlxplhSr.of.Jackaonvl1leaad
,I I I .. Business F.rRiII'' ., : :.. : .: '
\ All Kinds ; : : f Mrs. lda""mi' .Lou>.Edwards pff
L1. :tine:: r gar asr ass titll 9os t..sd ors. o'- -. .... ... .. "4'l.: ,...: ,. St aTkt6y, ? ..... Mew '
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January. 171.. TELEGRAPH: .




..;1 ??tob rProperty' ) Sales iF :_ '.. .1' 1,




. : $ "j

.. Top 2 Million..L 1


The Mia of four parcel.*.* W.H. Hill Jr. and wife to of Florida Department of 3 3.Sherry McRae J. wife.McRae NE to corner Jeffery of
Lot ,
land In Bradford acre Curtis Allen Akrldge and wife Transportation 832., T5S. R22E NE% of NWV' of 51%. T83.R22E. .
Portion of SWV4 of NWtt ol Woodlawn
over 1,600 $100.00.Mailland 1
Road
boat N of graded
the October land isles Section 35. T75, R22E containing lying Whitehead It wifeto
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toer the $2 million mark for I acre more or less $300.00.LoonieW., Page Jr. li wife Steve Whitehead, Lot 11,

the biggest month of 1977. $100.Edna to State of Florida Depart' Block 2. In South Gate Replat
Jane Thomas to )
fit The
largest tract 1.013 acres SVi of $5.00000.Mattte.
of Transportation
Ih the old Saxton Harold M. Hamontree end ment Lou,
section north Box to Mattle
W the MarUee Starling Road wife the NEV4 of NEV4 of NEVI Of SEV4, S28. T5S R22E Lot 13 S20' of Lot 14 of
or Perry. ,
was sold In two transaction U. SWV, and the WH of NWV. of containing 0.17 acre more Block 13 of Hampton 10000. ti .1.1j
SEV4 in S. M, TBS R21E. less, $500.00.
J.I.!; Dupont. Morris C. Kelley wife to T. W. Tatum ft wife' to 0 .1i
ft One sale was from J. OUi containing > acres more 01 State of Florida Departmentof Hance Britton Thornton ft j

Edmunds to I E.L Dupont less $19,000 EM of James Paul Thornton (father
XteNemours and Co.: % In S 1 I,. A.F. McDavid to Mildred 66'wide P. NEVI Transportation of SEMi of SWV Of W+ son), NW corner of EM of
;r 88. R 22 E containing 647.244acres : McDavtd Strip of land T5S NWV4 of SWV4 S10 TBS R22E i
of SBT7S. of SEV4 of SEV4, S27
more or less; Mi In E H thru Lots 11 wide 12 .. R22E and parcel of land In and ranging to EV4 of NWV4 of Y rt' I
of S 2. T 6S R 22E. excepting R20E. also 66' ex.tQmdlng SWV4, S10 TBS R22E$100.00.
SEV4 Of S27
NWV4 of SEV4 of
2 3 4,
across Lots.t. ,
the 58911.28' of the W 66722' of Hance Britton Thornton at
SEV4ofS2indSEV4eNEV4of 5, SS, T7S R20E also Strip 01 T5S R22E containing 1.22 James Paul Thornton to -u ;
Land 66' thence Iota 1.2. icre more or less, $2,200.00. j
wide wife
S 2 containing 271.757 acres Corp.to lames Paul Thornton .
more or less; Vi of NEV ofNE'l. 43' of SB T 711, R20E $100.* Brooker Bradford Development County School: NW corner of E% of NWV4 ofSWV4. *

of S' 12, T6S, R 22E, Jack, M. Courtnay and wife to, Board Lota 23, 24, 25, 26. at 27 SlO. TBS R22 E and 'South Pacific To Open Jon 21
G. Wright
containing: 40.898 acres more William Block Oaks Subdivision running to EV4 of NWV4ofSWV4. ,
or less $471>>.110O. Lot 31,Lake Hampton Oaks In of 2.in Shady S8, T7S R20E .SlO, T6S, R22E$100.00. ,Being relaleclabout the delights of Ball III by Bloody Mary and Buddy Paterson In rehearsals Tuesday nlghl In 8.1 II

Mary, Ann Soud to E.I. 525, T7S Louise R21E 12500. and $9,00000.Arthur. David L. Moody A Leo portrayed by Carolyn Canova are U.S. Seabees piayed by (I Iort Pacific I IIt

DuPont DeNemours and Co.. Onie Alvarez R. Barr It wife to Moody to Jennie W. Bighamil Richard Jockel. Graver Howard Joey llerres. Bobby Mllner The comedy is set a
Greta FayeAlvarez be winter in Bradford
husband to may -
in S 1T 63 R 22E containing Lots 5 & 6 of Block
Patterson wife
James L. 0 in the Pacific,
,Block 2 except S 80'" County but the weather where
447,244, acres more or of NW City In SB.T7S R20E and Lots -
land In SEV4 V4
less; '... In.E>.* of S2. T6S R to N 72'City in of A.L.Starke.Alvarez$100.L. Addition. of parcel S3, TBS, R22E $28,300.00. J.4 of Block. 3 of Ward City. Sarah L. Johns S19. T6S, and wife to State of Fla. Dept, Woman's la warm and Club balmy,. where at the the centers plantation around owner the and love a fe
the south 895.26'of
22E excepting W. Mosley to Louis W Ewell Frank Craft DebbieE. $8,000.00.Town It Homes of R22E. In E'/i or NE' of NEV of Transport, WV4 of NE'4 of scene Is, set for "South sailor. It includes such s
and .
887.22"ofSWI/ 52 Country
W Craft, brother It sister to SW.... S27 T5S. R22E. $400. ,"
Mosley Jr. It wife Lots 3 & 4. Central Florida Inc. to of SE<4 containing 2 acre Pacific: as "Bloody Mary
SEV of NEV/! of S 2 containing East
Affordable Homes of Florida. Carrie Ritch David I t
to That Man
Darby Wash
Block 8, Livingston It Trubi wife,Lot & more or less $100. The dinner-theater production "Gonna
SEV4 40.898 of acres NEVI of more S2.T6S or R22Lcontaining less Subdivision S28, T6S, R22E,. Inc., Lot 51 on Pine Ave. in Lloyd EM of W.Lot Gilpln 2, Block 3, Hardy's Marvin L. Lawson to Brown Ritch, Lot Wand S', of will be staged Jan. 20, 21, Out Of My Hair."
Crystal Lake Homesltes. T6S, Lot 9. Block 12 of Livingston, the cant held a dres: -
2000000. Addition to the City of Starke. Pamela L. Dyal. S19, 27, 28. and Feb. 3, and 4
40 301 acres moreor Arthur U Starling wife to $1,600.00. R22E, in Ei of NE4 of NEV.. Truby & Co.. $100. Tickets are $7 each and hearsal Tuesday night. / I
less; south 895.28' of W J. D. Odom, Jr. to Me- $22,50000.Edna Carrie Darby Ritch to rehearsal r
Lysle E. Williams It wife, of SEli containing 15 acre reservations can be obtained scale dress as
66722 of SBV of S2, TBS SWV4 of !NEV4, 522, T7S R21E, Meekln Land Developers Lot husband Edwards to State Wainwright of Florida more or less, $100. Thomas G. filch SR. Lots 5, through Pat Spengler phone to the real performance;f
R22E containing 13.713 acres 24 of Whispering Pines & e. It 7. Block 12 of Livingston, .is set lo t
lying N. of SR 18 containing of Transportation Marvin L. Lawson to Henry 964- 46. The proceeds will go group can come
more J. Ollie or less Edmunds 533900.and Mary 14.04 acres more or, less, Estates Unit NO. 2, $100.00. Department, SEV4 of NWV4 of O. Lawson. SlO,T6S. R22E I In Truby & Co, $100. to the cancer foundation and Thursday, Jan.S. P Pa
800.00. McMeekln Land Developers E% of NEVI of NE-4 of SE>. Carrie Barby Ritch to the March of Dimes.
Ann Soud to Mary Ann Soud $16, SEV4 of S27. T5S R22E containing
Jr. Lot 33 of
Nathan Raulerson wife to to J. R. Odom containing 11 acres more or Richard Clifton Ritch Lot t
W',4 of NWV4 Of NEV4 Of Sll, T 3000 aq. ft or 007
Unit
Whispering Pine Estates M'I of Lot 9, Block 12 of
lessloo.
State of Florida Department _
6S R 22E and a portion of the more or less $200.00. o4w41PtcLUL
of Transportation, Lot 38, no. 2. $100.00. acres Marvin L. Lawson to DavidE. Livingston,Truby & Co.lOO. .
SWV4 of SEV4 Of S 2, T8S Woodlawn S31, T5S R22E J. D. Odom Jr. to Willaim Evelyn Edwards Tucker & Lawson, $l9, TBS, R22E, 1 In Dossie M. Loadholtz to
R22E.. $100.: containing 0.24 acre more 01 C. Phillips It wife, Lot 33 of husband to State of Florida.' EMi of NEV4. of NE'4 of SE,. Doyle L, Loadholtz and wife, lY J ( [
The sale of 631 acres on the less $500.00. Whispering Pine Estates Unit Department of of ran-of containing 7 acres more or Parcel 3 of Levy Sweats
SWV4
southerly half of Sampson Edward Brown & wife U no. 2, $1,200.00.Edna sportation. MEV4 less $100.Eugene. Estate Starting at NE corner 138 East Call St. Starke 984.8 ,
Lake north of Sampson City State of Florida Harley, St. Clalr SEV4 of S27. T5S R22E con- F.Shaw to Albert F. of the E'',* of MWM of SW14 to
Road was purchased for Scorner Harley Jr., 4 Shirley II. taining 0.78 acres more or '
Schneider and wife. Lot 7.Plock .
of Transportation,
$464,400. The seven parcels to E. Douglas less, 120000. (See Pair '3)), RYE
Douglas Wayne
JIVE 2, The Woods, $6.500. BREAD 49
were sold by The Bryant Of Lot 38, S31. T5S Jimmy Alvarez It wife to Loaf
feet & wife EVi ofSUVi!: ot &WV4. N. Ferrell Ilinson and wife
01
Skinner Co. and H.S. containing 3900 square Gary Grable & wife SEV4 of
except N 8 acres also SB acres
Houdatlle, Inc. to Sampson 0.09 acre more or less,, SEV4 of 528, T5S R21E and to Gary Arlen Adams and
.
of WH of SWV4 of SE all in wife NE',4 of NEVI of NE'/4 of
Lake Properties Inc., 1) a $40000.Thomas. 20 SEV4 of SE'/4 of S28, T5S BREAKFAST BOSTON
J. Corbett wife ti SI. TBS. R21E containing >S24, T8S, 11221:;. Lot 22 or
of fractional section .
R21E, $8,000.00.Gerald
portion acres more or less, 10000.
Paradise Shores. 14000.
4:T 7S, R 21E and a portion of State of Florida Department Shirley H. Douglas and St Grlffis to Larry
fractional section 33T6S. R of Transportation Lot 37, Clair Harley to Edna Harley, Padgett wife portlonNWV4 Aldreth Bruce Funderbur ROLLS CREAM PIE
Albreth E. Fun-
T5S. R22E and wife to -
'21E; 2)) a parcel of overflowedland Woodlawn, S31. W'A of SWV4 of SEV4. except of NWV4 of SB, TBS. R22E
and Lot Bloc
derburk wife. ?
containing 1 06 acre more 01less.
In Sampson Lake lying the N 8 acres and except the S3 10000.
1 of,Santa Fe Shore. $6.500.
adjacent to and easterly of $4.500.00. and in SI, Georges' Properties LTD. 2/35c
George Hand wife to Stateof acres lying being Paul W. Carter and wife to $125asss00100s1ag0A10ir.L..OL1
fractional section 33. T6S R TO Gerald Grlffis NWV4 of
Florida Department of 'TBS, R21E containing 4 acres Terry Cumberland and wife.
21E and fractional section 4, NWV4 of 58, TBS R22E con AtkClulrley
Transportation, Lot 35, more or less $100 00. Lot IS Block 1, Saratoga
21E 3)) fractional acre more or less
R 1
T7S
: Louis P Hebard It wife to taining
Woodlawn. S31. T5S R22E Heights. Unit no 1, $i9.onoThe
.
section 4. T7S. R21E; 4) a lying S of Crawford Road (Arthur Foux & wife, SE4< of $100. Ott Corp. to David C.

S 32 TBS. R 21 E. N 300' of W 55' con i:NWV4 of SEV4, S25, T5S, R22E Held and wife Lot 28 of ,
fractional section 4, and S 5. except Harley L. Hazen and wife to rr r _____ I
fractionalsection taining 0.36 acre more or less, $11,500.00. Seminole Ridge Unit No.5.S12. E.Johna.
T7S, R 21 E; 5)) Robert G. Bell Jr. tt wife to Wayne V. Jordan and wife
: R22E 2600.
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4T7S, R 21E; 6)) a $50000.Henry .4' N of SW of ? 'J'9J.?
G. Williams &wife fe Kenneth Etheridge & wife 545 corner S24 B.L. 4yllkison and wife to .1 I !
portion of Section 5, fractional State of Florida Department EMi of EM of SEV4 of NEVI in T6S R228. where it intersectson State of Florida Department
section 4, T5S R 21E; and 7) a of Transportation, Lots 31 t S21. T7S. R22E containing 10 the N right of way of SR IB of' Transportation N'ii.NWV ,of !"A careless act can cause' Trill RutourintFrith
portion of S2, 3, T 7S, R 21E all of which lies In S24 T6S. .
lIVE acres more or less $10.800.00. ,
32, Woodlawn S31. T5S < of, WV4 of SWU and another person to lose hit
164400. containing 2.05 acres more or'rlessu$4.200.00. Frank Ilgen to N. Ferrell R22E. $23,000Gordon JJSW',4 of NW>4 of S'4.S27, T5! <..ighUJila. masculinity..and 301 N. LawteyII f fr
sale for ,
The fourth large of P. Wadsworth. Jr.
NEVI NEV4Of
Hinson wife
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l 2R22E. .
.October'was'the purd8IIeo'efIthe ? ? NE'/4_ rS24.T8S.;:H22E; Lot 'lo Fred K.;CHubb, SE'cornerofA iI* $2.400.Bennett result In a law suit for 1'Y
Starke'iMotor Court i and )jIIlEyelynrTy\er", State W.jot At.'ler Ji'Jorida'Department .221/of P>radis.U*=ShQre-,. r A L. Wilkinson JrFoRIDATEATRE 4100,000 ,w.t.more.bTbe'; .UUJ aIDLLI; [!ij.IIJ] [! Ltil JlI )(fI![{ :

.4Kt/ent!/ y> Xforotbyr Baker ait w.Uto>< of Trans $6iX)7OOrJack) ;-'-.. $$700Marvin -- usual 119,010penon.1) "t. IIIW: << ..'" r t
''from William Chelune and spoliation. Lot 25. Woodlawn M. Courtnay to Robert L:Lawson to Henry liability policy is no longer shut-, Oelly 1...... Ieh. i

wife for $104,400; listed as all S32. T5S R22E except that Sabo & wife, Lot 48, Keystone 0. Lawson and wife Slfl TOS, Can the Charley I
of lots 4,5,6 and 7 and a portion of Lot 25 lying S of Oaks, $4,000.00.Robert R22E in EM of NEV4 of NEV4! "TMKI gt,4.544f, E.adequate.Johns Increase Oysftr Slow II-J ..... ...... II
of lots, 8,9,10 and 11 of Graded Road aim J.Shannon wife to of SEV4, $100.Marvin F. SMT. Sun. Agency:
.
block County I
20 of:Temple's Additionto except E 60' of W 352' of Lot 2!, ,Larry David Shannon wife, L. Lawson to DavidE. % my Comprehensive Fmh Shrimp CMU.. Ptd. .
the town of Starke.In lying N of County Graded NWV4 of NWV4 of S35 TBS Lawson as Trustee for Personal Liability to t
comparison with R22E containing 1.0 acres Marvin Louis Lawson and $100,000..even 1000.000
previous 'months this year Road $24.00.00.Evelyn ROBBY all/"m % hiss FUa' NtEhI
Bernice Tyler tc $100.QQ. for just a few dollars more

January February sales$560,999 were:; $890,351 March.; State of Florida Department 7k** BRING THIS AD*** premium Ft.1f' NI,hl ,
of BENSONcar l
of Transportation, portion
$618,666; April, $777,265; May lies S of County Charley E.
Lot 25 that Trail Ristaoranf
$674,500; June' $288,800; July Graded Road Woodlawn S32 EXTRA SPECIAL I
$1,483,533
$1,236,883'August
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September'; ,$720,400 and October T5S, R22 E containing O.Macre < JOHNSAGENCY Hours 7 A.M. 10 P.M. Dally Including Sunday
more or lefts $1,40000Edward .
2132300. C. Monday-Jan. 9TuesdayJan..l0 131 S. WALNUT ST: STARKI E. 301 N. 782.3819 Lawtey ) I
Prices of transactions are Harvey and wife .
figured from documentary tax to State of Florida Department PHONE 964-5070 ,1. I T\I\

stamps affixed to deeds filed of Transportation, Lot!
'in the office of the county 22. 23, & 26. Woodlawn, S32 1
i clerk. ;. T5S, R22E containing 2.68

Other 'October property .acres more or less, $5,500. A X I
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', transactions were: Paul L. Crawford and wife '
to State of Florida Depart- <
The OH\ Corp. to Charles R. ment of Transportation A lot 1 The story t

Huffman, Jr. and wife. Lot 10 in the NW corner of Lot 21. \ "'J of d winner ,
of Seminole Ridge Unit 6, Woodlawn. S32 T5S, R22E
$10000. being 240' E& W by 363' N &S.containing .PLUS* d I
Harry Planert Faulkner and 2709 sq ft. or 008 ea AVE i I
wife to Stewart Zeno Duncan 7HE
.acres more or less $300. .. .
and wife, 1 Lot 350' sq. In SW C. R. Rosier It wife to State ,
corner of NEVI NWV4 of S28. of Florida Department of P.'NK PANTHERFri

T3 S, R21E, containing 2.8 Transportation. Lot 13 .1 "", ,
acres more or less $100. Woodlawn. S32. T5S. R22E I

R.C. Dampier' to Larry containing 0.95 acre more 01
Eugene Ross and wife. N 100' less $1.50000.Gerald:! t raurwr, raus or.. s"tdan,."

of Lots 6 & 7 of Block 9 of D. Rosier & A. B. / ea

Simon J.Temple's Addition to Rosier to State of ,Florida 1,
of Starke. Beginning at
town Department of Transportation
intersection of E line of Lot 4, Woodlawn, 301 DazvcIi
Walnut St. with the Southline S32TSS.R22E,containing 0.28 LIVINfiCOLOfl
of Brownlee St., thence run acre more or leas $500.00. Sat
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F : /." '. .,' JOOIY'UIIJW g0Qga0QQ( I TLJT. Mother, Son Reunited Here For ChristmasAfter I


,, H
} YearsBy
Not Each Other For 30
: irlsl byUolareiMtnft. Miss Robbin Wads worth Michelle Bishop from Seeing
." school with
visited
Phone 40MVIS returned. home Friday after Hollywood
her cousins. Tommy and Todd believed she would see
Meeting spending the week with her ways
Parker on Tuesday before Rnby Herseyas her children again before she
'Senior Citizens Club-Friday aunt. Mrs. Lllla Barber, in
told to The
January...? p.m.City Ha'. Jacksonville. While there she taking the airplane back Telegraph died.
All'Interested people" over 110 assisted in selling merchandise home They both agree It Is Cod's
at Bradford
'Are welcome! at the Katherine Lunch Men Christmas 1222 U' will they have met said Ruby,
I City Counel.-tuesday. ; Wadsworth Dress Shoppe. She MONDAYi Hamburger on Street in Starke will be and it amazed both of them as

''January 10-7:30 p.m.-City, also enjoyed shopping and bun. lettuce, tomato, pickle, remembered for many yearsas well as the families Involved
the reunion of Ruby Hersey
Hall dining at the Ponte Vedra french fries, voice: cake with they had so much In common
''Christian Church Women'"ouncllWed. Country Club. butterscotch topping, milk and son Wayne Jones), whom and were so much alike in
she had not seen in 30 did.
TUESDAY Chicken with things they both
!! ., Jan. 111m. Hampton Lake father mimy
rice. english peas, garden Married to Wayne' "It was almost like we were
at the home of Mn Happy Birthday to Joe
James Jones, when she was
daisy Fort.Hampton. Meng who celebrated his 18th salad, peach. half, hot roll, thinking the same thoughtsand
had two older
14, the couple to the
milk. would start say
4 II Club- birthday on January II! He
WEDNESDAY Cheesewith boys Jerry and Keith when at the same time,"
thing
the first same
January 9--7:311: was baby born at
Monday. Bradford macaroni meat sandwich I> 'PITTMAN Wayne was born Nov U, 1946. said Ruby. They both agree
fJ1.-lIamptoo.. Elementar: County Hospital in
all that Christmas
'Interested 1958. mustard greens, cherrycobbler COMMENDED. They spent nothing will ever separate
;School Invited'! younifpple Mr and Mrs. Francis M ng milkTHURSDAY. PROMOTEDPFC together,but when Wayne was them again except the death
are
ff BookmobileThe enjoyed the visit of all their i Meat Sauce Samuel L. Pittman, six months old there was a of one of them.
Bradford County Boot. children and grandchildren on with spaghetti tossed .salad Jr., who Is currently stationed family quarrel and the family
labile makes regular stops cle New Years Day. green beans, apple crisp, In Klrchgoens. Germany, was split up and Ruby and theboys' Ruby said she believes her
Host Office Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown. french bread, milk. recently promoted to the rank father were divorced. interest and study in
Hampton coleslaw of 4. Pittman also All the boys were reared in better preparedher
Tuesday from 12:3: Sr. Gerald Brown Jr., Leslie FRIDAY i Corn dog Specialist psychology
ntil very 2:30 and Mrs. Eugene Mcng visited baked beans, peach received a letter of high Johnson City, Tennessee by to deal with a reunion.
p.m.
Mr.and Mrs Robert McClure cobbler milk. commendation. their grandmother on their After being a housewife ,and
John Buweid
Mr. and Mrs. PIttman Is a 1978 father's side. Although all the several she
Bart Specialist mother for years
Brenda and and their! baby boy,
Children
SR-16 AccidentReported of Bradford High boys saw their father on occasion back) to school
graduate decided to
go
aol spent several day I Weldon in Mandarin on Mrs. Ruby Hersey and son Wayne Jones are reunited aftera
School Ruby did not see two of and completed Dec. 20 an
thei 2. 30
Gently visiting January year span.
the boys again until she and
of Arts degree a
:rents. Mr. and Mrs. Mill ILmptenElementary School school SundayLayne Insurance Help1 learned of their father's death until Jan. 2. A welder Waynehas and relatives. One brother two Associate Human Service Pro-
returned to took them to Disney year
Ulblne. In Orlando Children David,
East.
her sister and flew to been employed by
Martha Meece of Venice, on January 3 with classrooms D. Sanchez was through World for a day, which the gram at Santa Community
At Guiiu-Hville Office her home, also In man Kodak at Kingsport.Tenn.
son Jerry's Presently employed
orida, spent two week rejuvenated to reflect goals charged Sunday with failureto learned new found grandchildrenloved College
for He
and Their teachers spent report an accident when his assisted Johnson City 10 years. Christmas part-time at Santa Fe, Ruby
Mr. Office' said
tiling her parents, for 1978. The Service An married with for the first time while visitinghe Ruby.
crossed SR-18 and attorney worked In the Special Education
in
n. James Meece and othe the previous day vehicle In the recovery of $39.868,0)1) two children Jerry 33, called has two brothers, William was highlighted by church
for this event. struck a culvert. attended and the ( classes at Bradford High
latlvea and friends nearby preparation which was returned to his brother and the and David Newham and a services they
George Davis,Jr.visited hia Bulletin boards have beenredecor.ted Sanchez was traveling policyholders. Wayne Newham group also visited several School and Sunshine Acres
rents, Mr. and Mrs. George with Interesting about five miles west of Citizens with questions and three were reunited for a older day Reddish sister from Becky his mother's restaurants In Gainesville and the mentally retarded- work.
and visit. An ,
a night and
the recen and winter scenes. Starke when his vehicle shop in Starke: was
ivls, Sr. during projects complaints about Insurancecan to William Lee Daytona Beach.
brother Keith 35, married marriage
lldays. Students looked sharp with crossed the center lane, entered receive assistance by Newham. After Lee Ruby said both mother and volunteer worker for drug and
with three children was not
Milene and Tommy; their new outfits and enjoyed a dltchand then con calling E.A. QuiRley In death Ruby son agree it was the best child abuse programs. Some
Newham's
able meet with his mother
to
drigues spent two week:, telling friends of their holiday tinued on, striking the culvert. Gainesville. The office is married and Christmas of their life because time in the future Ruby hopesto
then but said she Clyde Hersey
Ruby
-ently visiting relatives and happenings.The The FHP estimated $200 located at Mil! N.W, eth for a future reunion with hopes him. moved to Starke 20 years ago, there had been many complete her education at a
ends before returning to seventh graders were damage to the vehicle and 173 Avenue Suite C-3, and his wife Helen and Wayne has another sister, times when they wondered four year school perhaps the
to hear they would damage to the culvert. The Wayne other. the University of Florida combining
rathon Key. surprised Gainesville, Florida 32801, and three children. Bill Jeff Denise Hersey. about each Wayne
Vlrs Evelyn Vaughan en now be calling their teacher 4:30: am. accident was not and provides services for and Myra, decided to spend Much of the 10 days were youngest. had been told many her interests in helping
ed the New Year Day visit Mrs Stevenson. She also told reported until later that AUchua, Bradford, Dixie, Christmas In Starke and came spent sitting around the, fireplace years ago that his mother was people'' and writing into a

/her grandchildren. Mr and of her holiday travels to New Ice morning Putnam and Union counties. to Florida Dec 20 and stayed visiting with new friends dead but Ruby said she al career.
skied
a; Donald (Falcon of Lake York where she Head
Alvarez
ler.They enjoyed drliclouiId. skated, attended a play on
football on TV and Broadway and visited Times Local MovementOwen
ying, Scrabble. Square and other Interesting Ag

d M. and Mrs.: Jerry Wads places. FOOD
attended the New Mrs Noelle Silk visited her Alvarez was elected
irks Eve festivities at the family and friends In Ohio chairman of the Bradford

'rite Golf and Country Club during the holidays County committee of the
Happy Birthday Mrs. Earselene Zim American Agriculture Move.
.\ ,ommy Laverne Jones merman Is happy because her ment at a meeting held at the FAIR
i yed hearing his! daughter Audrey Nelson, Starke market platform last
'.smates in the secom known as Pinky to her friends Thursday night.
de sing "Happy Birthday' Is now working as a pharmacist The group will meet at 7:30:
January 3 when he at Shands Teaching tonight (Thursday. Jan. 5)) at
heated his 8th birthday, Hospital. She has been attending the Starke Market platform.

aymond Ruth Riddick Baxter,, was father glad 01 will college receive in her Tallahasseeand degree in organization Other officers, in of addition the local to BUY 1 & GET 1 Super Discount @ Super Discount :@8

e dismissed on January :2 August Alvarez are Bob Green
'wing surgery al I randy Phillips was treasurer; David Wainwright
tiesville's Veterans welcomed! as a new second and Bill Dodd, cosecretaries.All FREE !
bital He was visited by grader She previously attended farmers of Bradford and CLOROX LAVORIS
J land Mrs. Don Orr and! school in Orlando. adjoining counties are urgedto ,
dren. Jodi and Dana, of attend tonight's meeting. .

Sing who spent two days at I YOGIE OUTHW45H
Uoc Riddick home BLEACH
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and Mrs. Kddie: Kilz

pck and family of Tampa PREFERRED BY SO MANYA !JaJ ( ,
sf the past week with his YOGURT
net, Mrs Viola Lefebvre \ r
Mnd Mrs. William Muse of FROZEN-16oz ONE 69- 18oz .SIC
Sir- and Mrs. KobjH t' I ,
I in of Gainesville! also funeral service I Is a most personal LlMIT-1, PER PAMIL T.. .- GALLON flf

vied Viola's New. Year expression of trib te.,1t., ,should be planned, -OOOD.THRU. .I" SUNDAY't' JAN. S. 1978., r, :

dHT I L1, ...:' :: ,...according to individual wishes.That is why we .
,
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a* II ltl WMirlT IflMtt MMHVtP.COMPARE
M. tVIM M MICM MOO tNWtl M TMH MD.
at DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home go to great .. ............. ( IG = -
':3ROOKEK lengths to assure complete freedom of selec-- -'AN". "DI Bargains jn f P e*} .* ,,.;.;...;?-.. "..*.

tion. Selections are made in privacy and with WHIP MMIN, MM m. on:

IN BRIEF information. That is another reason that TOPPING SKtrot \Every D yLpwPrice jjSAeKgFUUjtBEt. Potato......,..-Chips sic M'

JKKTTE: PRESCOTT for more that 65 years so many families have 49c t1 Spaghetti i 31 1 47'

HONE 4851715'kMKKTOIWNOK preferred the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. =-. IIIMMItTNMI, .
lot s' Spaghetinl)! 3/.M/ U'

'tp..lL. I ALK: 1'lItII.U'SI : Elbow Macaroni 3/1/ 1 "

Dale Phillips! the Benton Futch rw.Drwl-,.... (j
[DeWitt C. Jones
for ": Diane Davis a reeent I UACICCO -<.n O*MINT. .MOM un BEANS
hrf}hull be honored at u Harold Johnson GARLIC FREE i ntf YOU.or.oo. ..coioi.......IUOr. t n IIr EveryDayLowPrice

brjl( shower tonight DREAD pyliN.ouuNwNrasa. "
'11 I Slay. Jan 51> it 7p: DeWitt C. Jones
OFFER GOOD THRU
//mine New River Baptist ( J
rh p. Funeral Homo ..:::. 59 C_ JANUARY 11, 1978. CUT SWEET

sles-s will be :Mrs Joann HO UMtt ON MUMII OP.OO.COl011.au.a .
om*
Stark K.y len Hgl* vr.oP.D.05 THIS tncui
(r//oil. .
864 6200 473176 Pantry Pride Photo c.nl.r- COMPARE
Ik the daughter of Mr
//.lire | ,
I Mrs Carl Davis of aN'c'N"P':. ..."':; (,9 .1 u -=. nurow.. _. Snack MMNNNr Cockers 49* l/'

I lfkcrjuidfa) FRUIT "!.p 4.01

'. IT'S TREE PLANTING TIME PIES .=-..=::.. ..=: Wa7f7e"symp 79e 10' / ,
t'nsClu..: --_. OUT MtttfMttoMLov -_.. N. *
rs. Ethel: Kuss enjoyed l ling .'m or Laa.'a"_ ,' Sweet Potatoes 59 w

her children iind Trees Provide Protection-Beauty & Fresh Air I -...... 4/$1

michildrcn home for ; IIt., e ..., e
ristmas. All came from Nowl! yOayt .'
More
Or
Plant One ,
inenvtlle and Ocalj Mrs A'" i TETtEY Ppn'., 1

'hiss returned to (Julnesvdleisit. 3 PACKAGED BARE ROOT -.. .... ,....Q!;! I ,LIQUID VIENNA ,.MA.I.rf.Wf''
\ and returned home ,, ., k "c'" ...... .I. "DETERGENT' SAUSAGE '.- --- f fFRINCH
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nnda night '1' '! FRUIT-NUT I FRYPOTATOES '* 1
Mrs.: Lizzie Prescott and *" > ; :.3..1.1.' ", 3''.' ,

., laughters. Ann and Rhonda : t'C SHADE TREESFLOWERING .. .
pent Christmas in Tampa >r .< iai 998AataN I
ith her 10 thildren Mrs

turned resent home Ann. and:Monday Rhonda after re TREES Health, I Beautf Aids'' ; ........DI..e. NYQUI1NICHTTIMI NAIL CUT POLISH \

''Christmas( SHRUBS & VINES FLEX SURE I i "' "I'"*'. ', REMOVER
I
Mrs Cathy Thornton and -."; a1 CREMC RINSI ROLL-ON ; FORMUi. COLD MIOICINI .'. "."'-

family mas Day of Starke and ale spent Christmas Christ. Top Quality $ 9 I SLICED w1OMe ISSc':. :,moo... 77. .I.I ,44. D : ta iTL $229 ...3/$1 :

dinner with her mother. Mrs Priced From 3"i sT.Awasa.IEa .19,9 .
leaned Prescott Mrs .u ;I. l........
Wanda Hodge and family had"hriBtmas Grape Vines From .3"BED ._... 3/$1 I
Day supper with n. 4- f REACH CURAD :DRUY: ,
: .
Ii .Mrs.Mrs Prescott Eva !llarrell has re- IDEAL MIX IIi.! : I. TOOTH.PASTE TOOTHBRUSH BANDAGES SHAMPOO, TAMPONS;


f'urncd j'after spending home Christmas from Quincy and Complete Planting Medium Contains Needed a"a"- _FM. <:!l ..... 70cfAON 69C ao 2/$1 _' _. 14?

ew'par's u ith her daughter Organics' Cow Manure Bone Meal And I I I TUSS COUNT _

>'.Mr: and :Mrs. Paul Other Vital Elements PIE SHELLS __
We are to
mory ,,
announce that Mrs haPf.V I 5 Lb. $1 39 25 Lb. $398 t0Pk0i 39C COMPARE 0::"::'.:.: BARGAINS INIC GENERAL: :MERCHANDISED '. COMPARE 0::.'=: ; ..

ould she ,
return home since JL Bag 'f ,toIlS hospitalized while visiting Bag Dog UtMOMIIM Ration $2" MM .. PISCES : Tea" "Bags'"" $1,1 1;

*, in quincy. S 139 ..;;;; '" BED 1 Bu. Bag "
Mrs Jeanette Prescolt FLORIDA PEAT JohnjonToiapers J $ sZN lAVE "BLANKETSp. Salad DISsinz: 79 "*
Tr.eo -
visited her mother Mrs. 6wj0j1i'eq L'' SOLID COLO OOUWMMI4.SI.OSWNH $49 9 ty
Nellie Pringle in Lake STILL TIME TO .QaTON locale ROMAN
land over New Year's week. GLAZED MINT ROSE
ROSE FAIR Mll
end. PLANT t 7
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DONUTS '
SCh Oo l.MEN1'Jan .. :.; 'CONTROLPANTV TOP BED BLANKETS .

9-13 RYE GRASS re l iN 85 C ,
MONDAY'" : Jan. 9: PUNCH HOSE $11' '.. ''n-.ao..oo"64'"

spaghetti with meat balls BLACK KOW BRAND SEEDComposted '- GREEN
green tossed salad fruit .
cup. French bread. milk. COW MANURE _ro re.lNOa c DETERGENT ? W BEANS
L::l
TUESDAY' : 'Jan, 10:
Hamburger I ii tomato and picklel'chocolate FILTERS j
pxidding. Free
60 Lb Bag .g"
and- milk,
WEDNESDAY Jan. U.: 60 Lb. Bag $ 2 <49 Quick Green Growth :4/$1

chicken. baked .
,'B r-S-Q Reg. .2'
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lima beans. '
potatoes, baby .
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ts'rmellCake'roll
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Jan. Mr-Pinto arMant....Ma ( l
ITHURSDAY: '
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Mans, half of a peanut butter CENTER MORTON' I__ .
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,, JOHNSON I. .NlfitETS
trstNURSERY PAMPERS
sandwich, jello with straw. '
berries buttered corn milk. POT_,_PIES__.. I DIAPERS i ig DISPOSABllDIAPERS :**''* 'II I' CORW_ FABRIC SOFTNERao

Rice will be-extra 539 E. Call St Starke. Fla. onro.t.u' ,
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FRIDAY: Jan. 13: 99 (* MCMM N .3/1
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January.II7S TELEGRAPH P.ge7

Better Button Your When PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS ::11

. Up : }Muffler Driving, Through Stttrke iORTH FLORIDABUSCONFERENCE COMINOB00N I

circuit ", 'f' ." ... Heary and Hazel Slaughter?, 1
Judges presiding at made the p.._at newspapers! You have to be SO feet from the loud Most of 'Iit''H', -
the old really cars. : >Monday> evening,Jan.f, at 7 from Nashville. Tennessee ,
.S01 and Call Street would from Los the Baltimore Times.Sun to the the center lane. Bennett explained the time I stop them to writea ,.'f., p.m., the Pine Level Baptist will be presenting a ee4music \ t'
frequently halt Angeles In fact. as .he demonstrated'the ticket, find they don even Church will be host for the concert Friday
when an "" proceedings control a one-man noise noise gadget that looks have a muffler or the exhaust 4I;' North Florida Bus Conferencewith : evening February 9. The ;
""""ted truck operation :
gunned Its motor to 301 has brought him along U.S. somewhat like a plastic water system is completely messed Dr. Wally Beebe. concert Is being sponsored by }\
going alter get It an invitation canteen with a small meter up." Dr. Beebe affectionately the Pine Level Baptist Church
the traffic making a Itop for to appear as an Instructor embedded in Its side, The Bennett doesn't devote full known as "Mr. Bus," to and will be held hi the Bradford I
light in the
at the of
intersection l below. busy meters at a short use decibel sound measuring must be time to the anU-noise campaign presently pastor of the First High School Auditorium,
held soon in course to be done at a minimum distance: but usually Baptist Church of Ruskln, Fla. on Highway 301. StariM..
The old courthouse Is no Bennett was trained Maryland. away from any obstructionthat couple of hours four or five r Dr. Beebe received his Florida.
longer In use for trial., but if it field at a 30-hour in this might echo sound back to days a week,aiming his meter\ f Bachelor's and Doctorate Tickets are available i at
course held
were the Irate Judges would last summer in the meter, and the device at traffic on busy Highway: Degrees from Bob Jones Jackson' Building Supply
probably have fewer Interruptions and the anti-noise Jacksonville drive must be set at certain levels which is one of the most University In Greenville Bullington's Gift Shop, and at
since Starke under here in got for each type of vehicle being heavity) / traveled truck routes South Carolina. the Pine Level Baptist
became one of the few towns using a way decibel meter October loaned, monitored. In the state.Florida Dr. Beebe served as associate Church. The cost for tickets ,

in Florida-or even in the U.S.- to the Starke Police Depart. "In a zone of over 33 mph, pastor of the First 12.50. '
-iMulng citations to motorists' ment by the State. passenger cars are allowed 82 has had an anti- I Baptist Church of Hammond.
and truck drivers for. noise Since that time decibels:* Bennett said. traffic noise statute on the Indiana specializing in
some 30 to
pollution sis well as speeding 10 citations have been Issued "Motorcycles: are given up toM books for several years, reaching souls for Christ Gospel Businessmen. ;
and more common offenses. for excess noise violations decibels, and trailer truckscan making It Illegal to operate a ; U through the Bus Ministry '
Starke- policeman Ricky and all but one of them has go as high as 90." noisy car or truck: but not 7 There the Bus Ministry grew To HearNormand
Bennett (is one of perhaps 30 "stuck," according to Police Bennett said he gives many towns or cities attemptto to become the largest In the i
pollcei, ri in Florida certified Chief Jimmy Bowen. Truck drivers a certain amount of enforce IL The problem up world and the church became Don Normand. Evangelist -
to use a hand-held decibel drivers generally do not object leeway (usually about five to now has been actually City Palrolmaa Ricky Bennett measures the noise level of a known as having the world's from Rhodesia will bethe ,
meter t to check the noise-level to the citation since it Is a decibels: ) because he .Is not proving the degree of noise eml-tractor and trailer on US-301 south In the city with the largest Sunday School. guest speaker at the Starke'I !
from offending trucks and non-movinvidadon and does looking for borderline cases generated by the offender. Police Department's sound level meter. Prior to his ministry In Chapter of the Full Gospel
unmuffled cars. The but the offenders. The decibel meter like radar Several Ruskin Dr. Beebe served as Businessmen's Fellowship !
practice not add 'points" to their only gross rigs could have been ticketed according to the meter
'Is so uncommon that a recent license. Besides the truck is "Right now we're Just after used on a speeder, now gives readings. But In this case Bennett was busy posing for the assistant pastor to Dr. Bob dinner Saturday. Jan. 14, at 8m.
news item about Bennett and usually owned by someone the heavy stuff" he said "the the arresting: officer Telegraph camera. All the readings caused was a lot of Jabber Gray at the Trinity Baptist > at the Starke Country
his gadget was picked up by else and the boaS pays themleat big, noisy trucks that shake something the violators on the truckers' CB's.., "That looks )Jlke a real camera!" one Church of Jacksonville Club.
the UPI wire .service and fine of $15.75. your teeth as they go by and cannot argue with. driver! ,commented. I Florida. There he led the Bus Normand has served ,God
Ministry to expand to over for 29 years by .starting new

I Proof Of Insurance Now Required With Purchase Of License Tag ,,1,100 Dr per Beebe's Sunday.book "All four congregations: new churches: the building and by of

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About the Bus Ministry" Is winning thousands into God'
TALLAHASSEE-Insurance longer be required at motor Tort Reform Act 0119'T1. The surance companies when used in many colleges across Kingdom. This work has been
,Commissioner-Treasurer vehicle inspections: stations cards will show the name of policies are purchased Th. Japanese believe that the America and Is tlWl'' largest the responsibility' of five I new
Gunter today reminded Bill after the first of the year. the company and the policyholder renewed or when there Is a .,.. of 19, 33. 42 and 47 are selling bus book in existence.In full-time ministers (In
effective date and change in the required In- bad luck. Rhodesia
Florida motorists they will be Gunter recently told his first three months in
required after January 1 to companies to furnish their number of the policy, and tithe formation. My Methodist; oUthActivities Ruskin Dr. Beebe's bus attendance Reservations are required
a uniform driver has bodily Injury for the dinner and may be
shOw proof of automobile policy-holders Gunter also noted that 1977law Increased from SO to
Insurance, before registering identification card to providemore liability as well as the prohibits any person from The Chines were the first 36O.On December 24, their bus made by In calling Ed
detailed information required personal injury Longnecker Keystone
their cars or buying license or known attendance was over 1800.
changing duplicating people to
ta about the coverage each protection (PIP). acquirenor Dr. Beebe will be giving his Height. 473-3702 or the Bible I
the cards to than
foot motorist carries as requiredby New cards will be Issued counterfeiting on. name. Th. Don Denton famous Book Center in Gainesville
of lecture on "How to
Insurance will
of Emperor
no furnish Insurance. Fiuhi the
proof decreed .
after the in- Youth Director 378-6859 by a Wednesday.
the Florida Insurance and January 1 by UM of Build a Successful Bus p.m.
... family. nsmn, or sur- The Methodist Youth held January 11.Persons <
"<- hnnr 9HK9 R r* Ministry.
their regular weekly meeting unable attend the
The service will begin at 7p.m.
Sunday evening. dinner are Invited to the
.
and the public Is cordially -
Snack supper was served to invited to attend. ministry portion which will
the group by Mrs. Don Denton begin at 7 p.m.
FOOD and Mrs Oleeta Hardenbrook. :__>>>,,.:.:->> :oo!.>"'+:ojoo: ).,

f r activities The youth for the planned month their of MADISON ST. BAPTIST '> CenA Of Thnks aaal ,

January which Include the REV.CHARLES R.SWARTZ .
FAIR youth taking charge of the
morning worship service SUNDAY: Sunday School. TO WONDERFULPEOPLE
t Sunday January IS.Plans are )::43 a.m.; Morning Worship OF STARKE
also In the making for a 11 a.m.; Children's Worship, The Christmas Carolers and
f skating fellowship; a weekend lla.m.; Church Training, 6:15: members of the Starke
: retreat and a day of fellowship p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Seventh Day Adventist
"VE 'sm ,\tn the snow In the mountains. Church wish to thank you
Super Discount ( jSR Super Discount Super Discount 18t The youth concluded their p.m.Nursery provided for all again for helping.. reach our
program with a discussion on services. Ingathering Goal. May God
the effects of prayer In their WEDNESDAY Regular bless you In a Happy and
LOTS OFCHICKEN U.S. NO. 1 ALL PURPOSE
FRESH GRADE A daily lives Midweek Services 7:30: p.m. Prosperous New Year.




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FLORIDA :iII' .5 9 .Roman Alvarez and Rev. TaMer
Alvarex. 89 Funeral Home of
39C" ., 20$139
OR GEORGIA Doz. Mrs. Sara Sapp Alvarez James Cowart officiating. Starke Is In charge of
PREMIUM 89 died Monday In the Interment will follow in Dyal arrangements. ,
GRADE Alachua General Hospial in Cemetery under the direction

,Gainesville after. ,an extended: ,Archer Tanner' Funeral. Burke Inman Ellington
,. ... :\Il ) of Starke.: .. .
[ .' 11. +; s.naL :.u.wa 1 I. ) Al lit ,$J .., -" .
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". 'B fga'hth1'I M. .'t: ... ...w r.+.. ...-.IYNNVUNw'i ..-." ;:;.:., ) d'-eside.l1fW'oidd} \.) ;J t3'' Mr. Burke Ellln tOfl..68 of
ford Mrs. Alvarez the
County
Starke died Sunday morningIn
DEPARTMENT pp SMOKED widow of the late Joel G. Alachua General Hospital.
COMPARE! % 7 :. pit SAUSAGE Alvarez and a member of the Harold O.Shelden,78 at an extended illness.
t u.mr r mil *4 .. : MILD OB MOT Northslde Baptist Church. Mr. Harold B. Shelden 78, Born In Bradford County
Lykes.Grill Franks aa' 20. $179i Survivors include four 'died Tuesday. December 27. where he has lived most of his
i t Loin ta. Mrs. Ola Mae 1977 In the Bradford County
i ; daughters Sapp life, Mr. Ellington was .em-
Roll Sausage 79'ft zo' GROUND of Starke; Mrs Lubedia Hospital after an extended ill ployed with the Starke Ice
*mi kiitn m Bostic and Mrs. Ruth Castor ness.
for
Plant as manager ( 40
t Whole. Hog Sausage P,5u u' s..... both of Gainesville, and Mrs. Born In Florida, Mr. years. He was also a memberof :!
( liP Betty Sue Mathews of New Shelden lived most of his life the Kingsley Lake Baptist
iyFREEZER COPCLANDCHOPPED Port Richey; Four sons In Ft. Lauderdale where he Church. -
1. p sr Si'is$$|i n$. qp ; Super Pifcount / _ Lucian G.of Railord; Marklee was employed with the Survivors Include; two
: 'of Lake Butler; Harold of Southern Bell Telephone Co. daughters. Mrs.. .Judy Hansen
6 QUEENDINNERS IIAM8S Alvarez of until he retired. He lived In the
/ Starke and Don of Starke and Mrs Julia
; : Raiford I sister Mrs. Harry Ocala National I Forest until
SIRLOINSTEAKS fllCID ; Kirkland of Brooker I
DAIRY DEPARTMENT Edwards of Gainesville; 2 moving Ularke one year ago brother. Mr. Arch Ellington of
t SEAFOOD DEPARTMENT COMPARE! ":!::r: ::t brothers. Mr. Ellery Sapp of where he .as resided since Starke: grandchildren: and a
in: PITIES stitNMj'jI'A
imnoii.., H'jjjtfJVT' ..... -..-.......- Jacksonville and Mr. William He has no known survivors. host of nieces and .nephews.
COMPARE I III M'AC.HtiTn
BU'
\ T33F Cheese Slices gat tftr. ...... .*-.....<".) Sapp Gainesville; 13 grand- FUneral services will be Funeral services werq held
I Perch Fillets *1n children and 11 great grand held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Tuesday In the 'chapel of
COPSIANDVARIETY
iA. : oar 2 00viifcypKG. Sol Margarine 49' 'for children. ,Graveside in Crosby Lake (
Funeral Home
Archer-Tanner
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.......
.
Fish Sticks M4' soStandard 9at Funeral services will be Cemetery In Starke with Rev. of Starke.
_rr 27-' & Orange Juice PACK held Thursday at 2:30: p.m. In Ray Williams officiating
Oysters 'I91 1 w Mild'Wedge $1" the Northside Baptist Church. interment will follow ArcherFEED -
Cheese wtr. ': : 119 .... ....... ............ --- Charles II.Moore
Charles H. Moore. 74. died
mt.w ii. Thursday. Dec 29. at his

CHUC K ,1/gntu'/ ,.. ; ipn /Et1TEWi '' residence In the Pine Forest
CUBE.STEAK. I., *! ...... -'wl' r Apts In Starke.

BEEP if. :. ..,:; ':," : .7 ./ON.. Born in Toombs County Ga.
: : LINK October: 23, 1903, Mr. Moore
,SS' had lived In Starke for the past
SAUSAGE four months moving here

r..su.. S179 SALE from Miami. He was a retired
'KG. building contractor and a
PANTRY PRIDE SAVI lad Ever y LowPrice EveryDwylowPrice; EveryDay(owPrk' ''member of the Baptist

PARTYFLAKE OR CLOVER U.8.D.A. GRADE A Church
FLAVORED QUICK FROZEN __ Survivors include his wife.
r /wrrD.rlwhk. ,ii.) Mrs. Winifred F. Moore; one
CORNISHGAME
Tef mS'3l] 1 BONELESS BEEF ..UCIDrxoor ; I ..s...- ...... daughter. Mrs. Mildred Gaye
; 2T03
BEEF of Lakeland Charles
one
( COOKED ; son.
La KO.
r.A..T. FRESH BAKED PKO. OF 12
ROUNDSTEAK Moore of Miami; one stepson,
HENS LIVER HAMe Donald Knight of' Greenville

OLYMPIC ; 1.816 AVCRAQI79s SKINNED. a OSVIINID, ,.0a,, I It North grandchildren.Funeral Carolina. and nine

t MEAL :,. $158 20% services were held
R
S9 Saturday Dec 31 In the
I Bail DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
: twry.ryt..hN, fii'iI OFF Home Chapel with Rev.
I SAVI 214 A LB SAVE fed A i LB SAVE 2O0 A LB ....../ILr PAO.Ao.o Travis Klmbrill officiating.

; _. .. ASSORTED Burial was in Crosby Lake
,
''B'arg _, : :.P.tq u'', e' p FMBSHkY\ PACKAGED IAVIE tOIl GREENS Wayne Cemetery.

w.sTENN' aID ON' aoLDsPs' .AVreOU'NOA': A'UI' 'FLORIDA GROWN rOwN SLAW OilSALAD .Bs 'KQ. : 79! Mrs. Annie Mae Enter
Mrs. Annie Mae Ensor born
DELICIOUS FRE GREEN, Cubes In Hampton died Sunday
l APPLES 39c Ii 39' Range Jan. 1, in Jacksonville where
CUKES OR .....-f'iv' she had lived for the past 35
J cwt :' d e"D' 'years. ,_
BELL PEPPERS MW
0 Super i Discount 10' I : A member of the ArUngtCong'elatlonal
T'CARBOYS $12000 !: Church, Mrs.
idFOR *. !;;'.,I '. Ensor was a retired secretary
r _ _ I L''KG.SC' .to the Duval County School
I ,'1'- IAVIEZOII, GREEN Per Ton Survivors
1 J. Include her
; ,
.. ,
-' t1m t WAYNE mother. Mrs.' Bertha. H.
\ TOMATOES _ALL_ PURPOSE_ CABBAGEWW'WPW. .... ..-"'. Pearce of' Starke; three
ANIMAL
rJ : Mrs. Edna P.- Hill
,
t B : Pas.NCANADIAN HEALTH' n... Sale .1.taaJ Upland: Calif. Mrs, E.. R

BUYABAGAfllUfri. ao ,AIDS, Smyth, Largo, Fla. and Mrs.
( ONIONS 1L! William G. Godwin. Chagrin
@::1'4c *F NoWAt, Falls"' Ohio and a niece, Mrs

..,..NO Mary Beth Peacock: Jackson:
,
4 : Funeral services were held

:ZE.r' / : :O.Z. .WKH I" ';;:Z "'Y i ',; MOONLIGHTENTERPBIZES Wednesday, Jan. '4 in :the
., > ] Chapel of George H.heweR A
,:S I. JPRa-SOVK I. CHEER : '' Son Southside Funeral Horn<<
AP i Jit DELICIOUSLAUNDRY
QU LIQUID CLEANER .( \ 49ox>> in Jacksonville with.Rev.
I j .11DfeTCRGENT$1.35 APPLES Robert H. : ,
Reitlnxw ">of-

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Twentieth *nfcryV die u Mark/ "Mac": : McLendontusisted believing that Is has a switch." This was most + t 1 1 ; j {, dp +
plans to atart fUming the tele- >* In 114. He-Is an advocate deterrent effect on crime noticeable, McLendon 'said, At'h n r i 10'4

vision version of "Death- of capital punishment "... In 19M when.. executed
work" at Florida SUte Prison The plot of "Deathwork" four men for the firsi'flme.'
this spring bringing conKkterabto -. ,.r-r-.r: ,,r centers around one day In the Three sheriffs were Involved i -

payroll and L;,: I. :jOI\'. prison when four condemned and two of them were hittingthe
publicity to Stark, RP persons, three men and one bottle pretty heavy One ,,
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(Mac) McLendon told the '.'1' woman, went to their deaths prison official noticing their L4t
SUrke Rotary Club last week' a; .. in the electric chair. Although condition stood between the j
the plot Is fictional there have sheriff at the switch and the
"Deathwork" Is'the best- t. ,ea'v Ic. been several occasions when electric chair just. In ease."
selling novel on Florida prisonlife ..::11I four persons (all males) were
written by McLendon'a electrocuted on the same day. McLendon said then are 4V
two schools of thought on how G ) Ui llllllL'I'
non James and baaed largelyon McLendon recalled thai
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to run a prison and handle the
,incidents ,
occurring during during the period when Inmates. He described,SuM.
the father's 40 of Florida sheriffs
years prison were requiredby
who
LA' Chapman, ran the
employment law execute condemned
r to old prison from 1030 to 18M.as
Of the I'M executions prisoners from their own a member of the "old school,
counties a few resorted to
curried t 1 emphasis on -
out at the Florida. placing compulsory
to
alcoholic beverage "get
prison nine miles from H.. ,, their courage up to pull the and positive work as controlwith punishment, i

education and vocational
training available accordingto
Editorial. the merits of Individual

behavior. He identified
Chapman as the model' for

Keystone CAC Group Warden Blackshear In,. the
.' novel and said, "There...are fBrookingHome
fine things I could
many sap'about
Thinks Dig on Annexation this remarkable man

in West Starke
After Chapman' retirement
/, the Florida Division ofCorrecUonH

Some property owners in the .4A was created on Typical of many of the early homes of Starke was woods and turpentine of this area would be good for his
Keystone Heights area even a few In AIIoKKiY3Tz.ON. NlADPARK July I I.* 1957 and the "newschool'I Chit two-story frame structure. occupied by the SamuelA. "catarrh.( now called sinus trouble. lie later movedhis

Bradford County have expressed con 1 + "correctionists1 headed by college* Brooking family around 1100. Known as the "Hicks family to Starke where he had a small truck farm
cern about the long range plan recently trained took, place,' just west of Starke. It had formerly been the and sold wood cut from the pine 'ore.... lie died In
over prison management and AJ. sole
home of a Starke barber Dr. Brooking Starke In 1905.
promulgated by the Citizens McLendon said. Warden Hugh
Advisory survivor of the Brooking family, remembers U as
One the late Charles Brooking became an automobile -
of which Greenwood in "Deathwork" son
Committee Keystone Heights being located near a small swamp called the Nick
:.+b oar Y 4'ukk represents a composite of dealer In Gainesville while Mi brother A.J.
would involve annexing land stretching tt Price swamp where a negro had been lynched years In
sr'k several different superintendents Brooking became a dentist practicing many years
about a mile westward across the Brad t a K of the new school of' before.. Logan, Utah where he still resides.

ford County line in order to incorporate "prisoner rehabilitation" 0muel Brooking moved to Lawtey about the turn of Pictured on the horse la Charles Brooking the small

the entire Airport property (most of since 1957 he explained. the century from Lathi-op,Mo In the nope that the pine boy la A.J., and the man standing Is Samuel Brooking.

which now lies uvBradford) into the cityof

Keystone.The :
:: LaMIVA Vet IIaL. Suit Says St. Johns River Basin LettersANYONE

Keystone CAC group is functioning County Agents' By r.'a.::

as a part of the long-range planning ,, Board Illegally Formed

program for Clay County, and its recommendation Bobbysnuuv5544250 7-
Notebook INTERESTED
basically residential) community wit
is that the of
city
Keystone recreational facilities, along Taylor Merrill GU8IIO of McRae valuation) levied in the IN MAYORSIIIPDear
adequate
Heights be expanded "by the end of the near Keystone Heights, has district. Besides the small
century" to include an approximately 35 with controlled commercial centers and tension ZOt filed suit in Clay County )rtion of Bradford, the St. Editor:

square mile area extending to Gold Head an area for light industry.At I don't hear as much about The most Important Circuit Court, seeking Ins Johns District Includes all or As Mayor of Hampton for a

Branch State Park on the north to a recent sparsely attended Input new year's resolution as I material which can be added lunctive relief from taxes ;arts of Alachua, Baker mere five months I am
Ihllcrest on the east to Midway the held in the used to. Maybe it Is because to our soil to Insure tran..plantlngsucce.s levied by the newly created Brevard Clay Duval considering resigning as I
meeting on plan Greater St. Johns River Basin Flagler, Indian River. think in Hampton
of realize ,that Is water. An many
shopping area on SR-21 on the south Keystone city hall the resolutions many us much easier adequate moisture supply will Board which he alleges is Nassau Okeechobee, Osceola should head for the "Heir
are to
and a mile across the Bradford County tion of the plan drew some objectsfrom make than keep or maybe its make the difference between illegally constituted. Putnam St. Johns Seminole Raid Shelter" if prevalent

line on the west. CLEO (Crystal Lake Environ- an attitude of why make them success and failure.A Glisson is an officer of Clay and Volusia.In conditions The continue"Heir or become Raid

mental Organization) whose president when I know I won't keep successful home orchard County Property Owners his bill of complaint. Shelter"worse. Is because if these
One member of the Keystone planning about them.If Conservation and Protective Glisson that the north
expressed concern placing a wires a great deal of alleges chaotic conditions of fiscal
group said they had been advised to recreational area on Crystal ake. you are one of the few who horticultural skill to developand Association Inc., a newly part of the district will not irresponsibility continue our

"think big" in making their recommendations "People who live on the lake keep your resolutions I hope maintain since unlike organized corporation. benefit from projects sponsored older taxpayers won't have

basing their thinking on what their for recreational purchased! one of them this year will be to annuals small fruit trees and Although the bulk of by the Basin Board any money left to leave to
property around the head of the
waters
do a better Job of gardening their heirs.
needs of the area's crops are semi-permanent. Bradford County lies In the
the expanding and it should not be to the general!
open around the home. This should Homeowners who select the Suwannee River Water :St.; Johns and that taxpayers
population would be in the year 2,000 or public"the spokesman said. "The lake is! include the vegetable garden, wrong variety or site Management District a in this area are being sub One concrete illustration,

even later rather than short range already taking all the load it should take home orchard or fruit trees, generally fail regardless of narrow strip extending along jected to double taxation for the recent demise of the ill-

objectives. The feeling was expressedthat and we want this concern known to the and your lawn and or how much care and attentionare the southeastern border of the which they will receive no fated dump truck. Vintage
the trade namentals. 1 applied. Pest control on from north of theKeystone aenefit 1962, bought Keystone area roughly CAC said another CLEO member. rrr: county repairs then belatedly to
trees around a home consists down to the
the described and Airport
encompasses area Part of the job should !btf'to largely of preventative Putnam, County line at He-.lsoi, charges-.that'Clay discover $300 to $500' additional
should be incorporated someday- a Keystone and its official family will repair needed' to
make and stick to
good plans measures and'may require Melrose is in the Greater St. County has been .1 bdetued
Greater Keystone II fgbtll''.." ''y'""'""p.'", 'hMVd' undergo a'change of philosophy' them:A calendar*ith (beeinc application ,oc material Johri River District. ."" representation on the Basin warrant an Inspection

before they are capable of taking care of tasks on certain dates could, whether or not a disease or Board,although State statutes Sticker. Recently it was'Votedto
old truck
Perhaps the north east and south the needs of the citizens within their serve as a good reminder to insect Is present. Spray applications For the year 1978 St. Johns provide that each county in sealed sell this bids.grand Three were on
take soil samples, buy seed applied late are ol .he district shall be
boundaries as suggested by CAC mightbe present limited borders much less a fertilizer, pesticides and little value. River District has levied a tax represented and that there received. $33 $201, and $253.
more logical than the proposed move thirty-five square mile area. The provide a target date for of .051 mills, while the Basin vas no ; previous advertisement Two days after the original

across the Bradford County line which Council's recent action in ditching a planting cultivating waterIng Despite the careful attention Board has levied .087 mills or notification to purchase I phoned three
making a total of .138 mill
(or Gainesville used truck
would Paradise sewer project after more than $100.000 etc. throughout the needed the pleasure of the counties concerned when
lap up Speedville Lake fresh fruit 13.8 cents dealers. One said facetiously:
growing season. eating truly pickedat per 1.000 assessedDoctors .he board was formed
worth of work had been done for
Bedford Lake and of course the all- Its peak of maturity more "If it Is a 12, you might have

important Keystone Airport property. engineering studies and other pre Speaking of a calendar than compensates the enthusiast trouble giving it away." One

State statutes forbid a city from planning does not smack of a many people feel January Is a for time and effort. A said if motor and chassis are

crossing county lines for purposes of progressive and aggressive philosophy poor month for gardening but well designed and managed Inlet RenderingPlant in good condition (both lousy
condition) $200 and third said
home orchard can furnish ;
that just Isn't the case Now Is
capable of coping with greatly ex
annexation so nothing less than a
a BUT NONE
the time to do certain jobs both fine fruit and pleasant possibly $200
legislative act would be required to put panded municipality. which will help your chances hours of gardening. Suit February 1 INTERESTED IN BUYINGIT.

this proposal into effect. Such legislativeacts of success in later months. .

are usually based on mutual consentof 'We do not know how representativethe Dormant pruning is done on February 1 will signal the has indicated he will appeal to The battery was taken out

the two counties concerned and it is CAC proposal might be of the many of our fruit and ornamental VETERANBAFFAIRS opening of another round in the Clay County Commission, purposely, butwhen the young
doubtful if Bradford County would general thinking of the community and plants to reduce thv by William Haai the continuing bout between! probably at its January 10 couple who bought the truck

willingly accede to the loss of its its leadership but it might be well to loss of fruit and flowers whlcl Bradford County Veterans DER (the State Department meeting to overrule the inquired about it, as it was
valuable lake well the demonstrate ability to take care of its will appear In spring Service OfficerThe of Environmental Regulation) Zoning Board and grant the included in the sale one
property as as Council member who it was
Peaches nectarines, plums and the animal rendering permit.
airport.The present needs before casting wishful Veterans Adminlstra. assumed had the battery said
pears, and apples should all bi plant at Doctors Inlet that has
eyes toward absorbing a portion of pruned now. Remove any tion's Voluntary Service a been a source of controversy Southeast has already madea he"would try to locate it. even
Keystone committee working on Bradford County into its already inadequate diseased damaged limb national program for volunteers 'or many years. $5,000 down payment to the though a battery is much

future land use has set as its objective a or non-existent utilities system. and to shape the tree. In health care, Is getting Development Authority on the larger than the proverbial"
high priority. The VA Administrator February 1 Is the date when property, with another $28,000 needle In the haystack." At a
Now is also the time to Max Cleland a Circuit Judge Lamar to be paid at closing and the later date I was told the

I Domestic Problems Get prune your roses. A light recipient of volunteer assi- Winegeart Jr. Is scheduled to balance of $132,000 to be paid battery had been left outsidefor
Should PriorityColumnist pruning will give more r lance while recovering in VA hear arguments from DER over 15 years at 8'. per cent a long time, two dead cells

numerous smaller blooms on hospitals as a triple amputee and the rendering plant interest. etc.. et we had used the
shorter stems. More severe "m the Vietnam-Era has owner, Southeast Recycling truck with the battery as I

Tom Wicker wishes us the same purpose. Besides the farmers' will, give fewer but i led services by volunteers Corporation. DER seeks to takes The.Development the position that Authority it is was worried about Hampton
problems there is the 6.9 per cent unemployment larger blooms on longer one of the most meaningful shut the plant down because of obligated to out its sale using any stlckerless vehicle
New Year and then carry
"Happy takes the and stems. Choose the type of and Important contributionsby obnoxious odors" that have if every one else In Hamptonwas
rate an thatis contract with
joy out of his wish by reminding us thatas economy roses you want and then prune Americans for the brought continuing com Southeast supposed' to have
of the
of January 1 "...your payroll deduction failing to meet huge needs in housing accordingly.This veteran." plaints in the Doctors Inlet Board's regardless refusal to grant Zoning a required stickers.
education transit health urban
tax for Social Security is going up renewal and the like.energy Is also the month for A national public awareness area permit.In r suggested and the entire
from 5.85 per cent on the first $16.500 of transplanting. Plants which has been launched to Residents of the Clay Hill Council backed me up 1100
Crogram
your wages to 6.06 per cent on the first are transplanted now have citizens in the section near the northeastern the meanwhile DER percent that we send the
17700..." the minimum wage has gone There is no doubt that Mr. Carter' time to develop a strongerroot program and provide Bradford County line have a District Manager Doug purchasing couple 1 $25
hour trip abroad will do some good although system before our warm visibility for the more than stake in the argument since Dutton says the plant at although the Council memberin
from $2.30 an to $2.65 an hour...
up weather and new 100,000 volunteers already the Doctors Inlet will be allowedto of this battery
tangible results may not be evident for spring Clay County Development charge
and if you happen to be a Medicare growth demands water. involved in VA hospital care. Authority recently ccttracted remain In operation until a should have 'had this
time to But first hit
some come.
patient, you are now required to pay on to sell 189 acres of Its property final judgement is reached in responsibility. The gist of this
$144 rather than $124 for your first sixty priority list should be the many Before your plants are With a new program slogan on north U.S. 301 to Southeast the suit.City monologue Is the truck should
days of hospital care. domestic problems that are crying for transplanted be sure to plan of "Volunteers Make A Dif Recycling for construction of have never been bought in the
attention right here at home. the move carefully. Get as ference"and a new symbolthe a new rendering plant, when Planning first place, so this expensive
much of the root system with A-OK hand sign pre the old plant closes at Doctors comedy of errors would never
"As of someday soon when President the plant. Is possible. Keep
sented In blue and yellow the Inlet. CommitteeTo have occurred.
Carter finally gets his energy bill back We would like to see the same amountof the maximum amount of soil VA hopes to re-emphasize Its

from Congress you'll also start paying emphasis shown this week to foreign on the roots during the move Voluntary Service program. Announcement of the sale Meet TuesdayThe And this Is only one of
travels being given to a proposal by Rep. to reduce the chance of them brought a storm of protest several Incidents. To be fair
more for a whole variety of things as aI drying out and be sure to from residents of the Clay Hill all present Council membersare
I! consequence of the new wellhead tax on Frederick Richmond of Brooklyn N.Y. replant the plant as soon as 'The VA's 31 year old area to the Clay City of Starke planning not Involved but two that
oil" Wicker.continues in his New-Year's Although a big-city congressman who possible.If Voluntary Service program County Zoning Board whose committee will meet at 7 p.m. were Involved 100 percent are
r' might not be expected to show such con' for health care established in members, Impressed by the Tuesday Jan; 10 for the still going strong. OR WEAK.I .
greeting. the soil I. In has accumulated
sandy 1946. of the
very more purpose reviewing new
refused to grant will bet last dollar
for opposition that
cern agricultural interests Rep. "' my
the new planting or Iransplanting than 200 million hours of zoning code prepared by the
Richmond is working for an urban-rural the special use permit one Council member, who led
The thrust of this is that holes consider volunteer service. In 1976 to North Central Florida
message necessary operate a rendering the Water Mortgage Purchase
there is no hope for anything but a continuing coalition and has called for Washingtonto incorporating some organic ,alone nearly 110.000 volun plant in Clay County. Regional Planning Council to adherents doesn't even know
matter such as compost or teen provided more than 10 Implement the city's proposedland
take a new interest in the family farm. what meant'
I was by the
chain of for 1
higher prices animal to the hours
everything manure help soil million of service to Alban Brook attorney use plan.
in the foreseeable future,'adding hold moisture. Fertilizer can hospitalized veterans. It is one representing Southeast percent Indebtedness com
directly to the cost of doing business Most suburban and urban congressmen be added about the middle of of the oldest and largest Recycling in negotiating The meeting was called by ment. Perhaps he now wants
tho committee chairman J.E. to repurchase the truck
and show little Insure, volunteer as
to in
state legislators February healthy programs purchase of the property from
most of which will
be stock.
'passed on to American ,Tomlinson and will be held in surplus
and their spring growth today Clay Development Authority.
consumers in the form of higher prices. concern today for farmers the Florida Bank at Starke.
,
problems and, unfortunately the All members of the committee Some present Council

.urbanites predominate in all lawmaking \pRJQt are urged to attend,,this Important members were on the Councilat
,
i And most of these 1978 increases are the time of this truck
meeting
,!clot: a 'one-time shot. Social Securityi bodies. It is not surprising ,therefore. p purchase, and are membersnow.

taxes will go up annually, at least for the that the American farmer is feeling f,V iitiliip4\ when Hampton Is purchasing I
next decade and the minimum is increasingly pinched and neglected. In eat vA the' water system "

;scheduled to rise. to $2.90 in January wage speaking out for the farmer Rep. Richmond picking In payment up a $20,000 mortgage

$3.10 !in and $3.35 in 1981. is the interested exception that C> lore'
1979.Jo J980,
the rule. But he needs BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER I will close
.' r proves more helpto 'firOtt" Publishers'' by asking: "Whoin
get the job done. Hampton .now, will be
Now that President Carter Is completing Pubbstod' each Thursday and sntped n aacortt CJatu Matter at the Post Office at Starki, Ra under Interested' in' the, Mayor's

', his "good will tour" from Egypt Actof March: 3. 1879. position when, it becomes:
l', to India to find out what the leaders of So.in the words of columnist Wicker Subscription.rata In trade arm: .7 per year$4 six menthe. It h) believed 1 that ,the,.: Is vacant. The,line)forms on, .the
those 111e",home. 'Jimmy Carter and start OtittkJ,..area:.8 per year: ....50 six mont1l.Ph enough ttone in the Greet right/ -
nation thinking
perhaps he should}, ; conaider.imilar.andeeh'ng.t, .; the new- Year'right. Your real work is', ne 964-6308; : t:/' $Mrk i "
., four p(agricultural' !areas.of the.US.for Mere yand too long neglected.!, ,. earth at the equatorl William U;Summers. :
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t There sits a bull dozer the Crime Information Center In. program for the Sheriffs Results
M Washington D.C. The 'Test '
sheriffs deputy knows la Department Sheriff Dolph : ,,,, ,
Bradford County has been
stolen know where It was Reddish .would like every 1.. ;
stolen assigned number FL00400. I1t "'
know
from
the owner owner of to
heavy equipment,
The Bradford High School: "
1 y 'it but, can't prove It. agriculture farm has been contact Deputy Dempsey at I 'I Here are the result of the llth grade literacy teat ona ::1
the sheriff's office 964- .
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number FLOO400 ZB phone ..
expert!; thieves have stolen The assigned letters FL identify the 6280. The die or engravingunit county-by-county basis., '',& / -' "
the large piece equipment, r' T'" .
state. The numbers 00400 will be supplied py,the ,! .,. 1\ \ ,
stripped It of Identifying Sheriffs Department. Each atudenta felling .', ,
markings Including the serial identify Bradford County. The The tint number the percentage of "
family, will be given an
I, number of the machine and (last larm two Identify digits.the 2B owner for the withIn FFA- assigned number on a card the math portion of the test, next la the percentage Calling \' .1.1eommu

4 the engine. The Sheriff'sDepartment the. ,..,..ntv .eatioD" '''I'j"' '. .. ..,. ', \ >1 .
has put in hundreds The Sheriffs Department Is 7. .. ...... I
of hours finding the bulldozer The identifying number can also still loaning the etchers 1_.'" "': .. (( \ .'?.fr j I

But with no way to be stenciled: onto the frame of for use in iden It- .. ( 4-
engraving
...
prove In court the Identity of any piece of heavy equipmentby or letters on Alachua 40% "'1g961Lsie.. X16 .....' ,.Itiy...., "

the.bull dozer, the Ume Is all means of a metal die or household and light equip- Baker \: ttLeo ',:.t 51 II: / -., ," I, ,

wasted. engraver.Struck with heavy ment under Operation Identi Bay f3a if % I r'irtW't',
hammer the die Imprints the fication. The newOperaUon ID Bradford 13 L b.ttP' 27 14 ,'
%
Brevtrd % % .
That sort of theft Is no Identifying number Into the Identifying number, which is
conjecture. It has happened. metal of the machinery. The unique can be traced with a Broward 38% 7% Madison N96 14%

In this county. imprint Into the metal is deep computer. could be etched on % 4% Manatee 28%( 1% I
"Identification Is the meat enough to prevent sanding or light equipment with the hand Citrus 21% 1% Marion S4% 5%

of a stolen machinery case." filing away without, leaving held etchers. 2437% 2b Martin J'1% 1%
/ __ says Sheriff Dolph Reddish. noticeable damage. Clay 2tlKJ 4% Monroe 25% 7 f tayb<< "'r 1 ,

Collier 30% .., .....
Nassau 4.
A 11 i For that reason the Sheriff's In fact an Investigator a multi-million Thefts of farm business machinery In the Is Columbia 459{, i OkatoossOkeechobee 28% i% '

Department Is cooperating would have to sand away rust State of Florida according to Dade 42% lisp 43 11
with Governor's Council on to be able to read the number Sheriff Reddish.Operation DeSoto 3t6 Orange 38'Jb

Crime Prevention In Operation after It had been on the IV Dolph, the sheriff feels, Dixie 11% 239b Osccola 211')6) 14%
ID, which Is patterned machine awhile. Duval 14%
will be "some deterrent
to
3 Palm .
FFA members gather around Deputy John Dempsey closely after Operation Iden- thieves if they know Bradford E cartJbIa % I9la Beach SI% 1%

kneeling, and Sheriff Dolph Reddish, second from right, at the> tification. Except OperationID Only limitation of the use of County Is going heavily Into Flagler 38% 10% Pasco: % %
school! agriculture farm for a demonstration of the new heavy is oriented toward heavy the new numbering system this program."If Franklin 31% 3b Polka 70 8
equipment ,Identification program sponsored by the Florida equipment v ,would be on small pieces of GadadenGUchrist 22'9' (. 38%
Farm K'jreau. equipment too fragile to with- S% Putnam U9i) I ,
f
It Is hoped the new program In which a number Is printed on In Operation ID each stand the heavy blow shows" a piece of equipment Glades 5% St. Johns 45% 11%

the equipment with a steel die, will deter theft of equipment. family Is assigned an Identifying necessary to Imprint the with one up of in these north numbers Georgia Gulf 41% 1% St. Lucie 45% ::13%
Sheriff Reddish urges all owners of heavy equipment Including number, a particular identifying number. on Hamilton 10% 11% SantaRosa 21% S%
It the
thief
will be In of
farmers and others, to In touch with the Sheriffs Deputy Sheriff John a heap
get Department number which can be fed Into trouble." Hardee x. 8% SarasotaSeminole 2896 4%
phone 9M-6280. about the program. computers at the National Dempsey Is In charge of the Hendry 4891) 1%% 256 3%


I BHS Students Near Bottom On First Literacy TestEleventh llenundo Highlands ZI U%% 1 S%% Sumpter Suwannee 41 44% 1 14%%

U% V% Union 43% 13%

graders in just t six The 153 Bradford students Test results show that In math, students revealed The literacy test was ordered Holmes 326.KJ 43% 109(.

other counties fared worse ,as with all other students In students who failed com weaknesses in determiningthe by the Legislature after Indian River S4.KJ Volusla S4% 1%

than Bradford High studentson the state, who flunked will munications have problems elapsed time between many employees and college JacksonJefferson W%}( 5% Wakulla 12% 1%
the math portion and just have a chance to retake the distinguishing facts from events occurring at different teachers complained that high 11% 13% Walton 4096 19ft ."

five counties fared worse on portion of the test they failed opinions In a real''world situa- times, comparison snapping school graduates were comingto Lafayette 4891) 14% Washington Z7% 4%
the communications portion next October, then another tion and identifying the appropriate and solving problems using them unprepared for the

mm with results from all 67 chance In the spring, probably source to obtain ex. measuring units, such as necessary reading writing

counties In on the first state- March or April.Students need tonal'm__ve, Information on a toolc.- metric,..pounds and ounces. -and-- methemstics.
wide high school literacy test. retake only the portion of the

In Bradford County, 86 literacy test \they failed. FORESTRY New City Hall Discussed Again II

percent of the 299 juniors .,
Students wno cannot pass by Hank Cochran '-'
taking the test passed the both portions of the test after II County Forester The building will be designedso would only see prices go up
COUNTY
BRADFORD The Council
communications part of the three testings will be given I IN I City the began dis that It can be expanded intoa and the building cost more.
test that is, correctly answered cussing new City Hall
m, certificates of attendance multi-level structure when Argument against was that
70 percent or more of Instead of diplomas, when the building Tuesday by rejectinga needed in the future. the city should save up some
the questions. Only 49 percent ance and condition may oe development. In time, they $348,000 plan drawn up In
in new law goes into effect in Yard Trees Nerd Food Too! Architect Don R. Morganwill money before starting! to
of the Bradford students 1979. Improved by the addition of will protrude through the soil, 1970. bring additional plans to build.
taking the literacy passed the Are your shade trees progressing fertilizers near the root making yard maintenance
.1 Students with sufficient Into a state of the council for discussion at a
II" credits to graduate before decline? Is their system. difficult The plan consisted of a two- later date.
b'1 math preplanning next fall, can general less than what Fertilizers should contain .The best method to fertilizea' story 5,880 square foot structure City Clerk Merrill Edwardssaid
'" Stated portion.another 14 graduate without passing the appearance them to be? Are nitrogen phosporous and 'tree Is the punch hole that the city cannot fund, At one time the council discussed he has been saving "a
of the way.Bradford literacy test. abnormalities you expect developing potassium. Fertilizers that method. Using an implementsuch according to the council. borrowing money for little bit here a little bit i
Iii percent The test consisted of 117 on leave an alkaline residue as a crowbar, punch Council members proposed to the new city hall which could there"of city money for a city
students flunked the com the stem leaves? 1
munications of the Items with 58 questions or shouldn't be used on the acid ,slanting holes In the soil about eliminate the second floor and have been built then for hall fund In the past years.
portion and soils In this area. 18 Inches deep and spaced increase the square footage by $185.000 Argument for the According to Edwards, the
reading writingin
test and cent covering if have
flunk the math, port the communications sec changed Chances a are trees natural you en- By just placing the fertilizer about two feet apart under the 1.200 square feet on the first new building was that waiting fund Is now close to 100000.
on the grass Is no guaranteethe trees crown. Then add a
In Just six other counties didI tion Students were requiredto vironment In any way these benefit.
will
tree Heavysod grandular fertilizer Conversion To Metric
Tire Markings Signal System 111
I a higher percentage fail the correctly answer 70 percentof conditions will occur in the will use most of the avail- Since very few feeder roots
and in five other the questions in each section if fertilization -
math just future, a systematic able nutrients before it Is the zone from the
;,counties did, a higher per- to pass that part. They plan is not adopted. worked down near the root occupies trees main stem to a distance WASHINGTON D.C.- replacement tire market. In a for air pressure, kilopascal
centage fail the math portion had to master six of the 11 Irregular characteristics in few nearly all U.S. cars (abbreviated kPa, Is not i
system. of one third the crowns width Many new car buyers are years
usee(; .accompanying: tabula- communication skills tested' trees are closely related to .JI\. many, cases, the feeder ,out ether is no need to punch finding some! upusual symbols may come with metric tires." widely known. There are
and sevend the 13'math skills .
k
a'iignlr,, ', "food deficlencles/The'.ppear. will begin;an .upward .10 Fertilizers their'' tires :'this '< .Inches'! and pounds' don't' roughly .seven ''a'Jo' C one
'jnlh"fllnl ,., ,) :, 1J1oltlJ this area art year
L>'.tAIs ad, )' dmatch" : "nu : J<4 ittuun! J .aiu lu lu,aauuitt W'f' .. : .
na Ju; :. :; : a : i) ?. .tshoutd non hewed wkhlnwre t..ttws"'t.!.... l..P2I""R..Hor nf-cwiverh l l into millimeters and.ffK 1 *4. i.ftf.i- ,..y .,.. ''

.foot; of.the t mk- "kg" and "kPa." kilograms in.round. numbers: To simplify things for the
:Tornado Matmen i Tie
fi i : Tough BishopKennyTroy -Although there is no norm to consumer, the U.S. Depart- I
the amount of fertilizer to
use. Don't worry. It's all part of ment of Transportation
it. is recommended to apply so the metric tires are not tire load and
The wrestlers of Bradford that showed the Ely, 107 Ibs.. lost 4-0 in pushed with Henry Pate 170 one to two pounds per Inch of the country'a conversion gradual, always exactly Interchangeable inflation requires that continue to
to the
High tied 28-28 Tuesday night wrestler's team. close match said Kilbasa Ibs. voluntary with the old pressure
potential as a a winning 7-1. Kenneth diameter for trees
per year labeled in both the con-
with Bishop Kenny, one of the Danny Nugent. 100 IDS. lost and Lln Davis lost 7-2. Ibs. metric system over the next sizes. be
'" Cruger, 188 "as psyched less than six inches. If your alpha-numeric tire ) of loads and
the ventional
few Tire In- pounds
11 three top teams they face this 16-2 In the first match, but Alan Montgomery, 122 Ibs.. up as 70wrestler"and also tree Is bigger than this add years, says Council. As a result, motorists must Inch of
season. according to Kilbasa. Nugent then started the team on a winning Bobby two to four pounds of fertilizer dustry Safety be very careful when they pounds per square as well as
According to BHS Coach Joe "set the tempo of the match winning road by pinning his Smith, his first match since a per year.With replace metric tires with alph- inflation pressure and kilopascals.In .
Kilbasa it was "an intense by refusing to be pinned." man in the second period. neck injury In November also this quantity should "The automobilemanufacturers numeric tires as snow tires or kilograms

Martin Slocum 128 Ibs.. winning, pinning his opponentin the tree not respond properly I are playing a vice versa.
continued to close the by the first period, said additional leading role In that movementto the example cited above
gap ai) application can


"t:3IYI: I] U t:? Superior their winning 135 Richard Ibs.only 4-0.then Decision'lead Milner Anthony gave by 15-0.winning the Bright Ibs.team a, ,can lot Kilbasa."We of wrestle"character showed said with that and the we that best have we of a years.be tree Newly made during. set without seedlings the harming next should few the change Jr.completely Chairman"Whenever metrics the Malcolm new" size they said vehicle R of design Council Lovell most, or a, r I dealer The made. changeover should The if tire caution consult can buyer tire is usuallybe exercised load and "the the width"P"215"ratio tire means In is millimeters of cross:the height passenger cross section.to width"section 75""R"tire.of Is


141 Kilbasa.
first year wrestler, was, a them, He has not be elapsed.fertilized until After a month out. components, they usually and inflation tables, and tiremanufacturers' means radial, and "14". Is the

I pinned with one second to go added that the team Is fortunate planting. If your tree lacks express the newmeasurements make conversion the diameter of the rim In Inches. a
to
charts sure
In the match by a senior with that they have playersthat vigor, fertilize it the followingyear. replacement tire will do the "R" may be replaced by a"D"
four respond well to in metric to signify diagonal, or
years experience, said pressure. .
: RECREATION NEWS Kilbasa. Jimmy Wright. 148 Their record for the season Is For healthy trees, fertilize dimensions-millimeters, job adequately.must Sometimesair be increased bias ply construction.. The

Ibs, also lost by a pin after 301., every two to three years cubic centimeters kilograms, pressure in the replacementtire letter "B" indicates belted

putting out a great effort. The BHS wrestlers will So if your tree looks bad or kllopascals (metric unit of according to the published bias construction.
r (ADULT PROGRAM) minimum of six to a class and David Baldwin, 138 Ibs.,lost 7- meet at home against Eastside Is,not performing up to par, air pressure), etc. recommendations. .
no more,than 10. There will be 0 after a "real agressive" Thursday at 7 m. On fertilization perk It up. There also a new lamuy ot
,. Women'.8asketball no charge. All supplies must match, Kilbasa said Monday the team will go to For additional may informationon "tire manufacturers are high Inflation temporaryspare
er There will be an be furnished by each student.If Knowing they had to win the Clay High for an assembly fertilization contact your now making tires with metric'' Most Americans 'have a tires,used to save space
91 organizational meeting for a Interested, come by the next three matches to tie the match in front. of the.student county forester. size designations and metric' vague idea that in the metric in many new cars. On those
.' Women's Basketball League Recreation Department Old score, the BHS mat-men body. load-inflation labeling as system length is measured by tires, the letter "T" for
'"I next Thursday, January 12, at Armory between 9 a.m. original equipment for some millimeters and weight "temporary," replaces, the I
7pm. in the Old Armory. through noon or 1 p.m. until 3 new vehicles. and for the kilograms.! However the unit "P" for "passenger." 'II
This league will be for p.m. or call 964-6792. Whenyou BHS Cagers Find Tennessee Five
women 16 and up. Any girl
register, a list of supplies \
.. playing on a High School teamis needed will be given to you. Deer Season To Close January.8 \jl ij

not eligible for league play, Classes will be offered on Too Much To Handle Lose 5745A
If you have a team together Monday mornings from 9 a.m. LAKE' CITY.... One-half deer season since 1964. "1 wish
already, please send a and hour after sunset January we could to
until noon Monday k.t10W YCtt 1I ? on point some
representative to this evenings from 7 p.m. until 10 tough Morristown, begin at 6:30: p.m., varsity BHS 4 20 15-45 8. 1978 the most successful management practice and
'meeting If you are an individual Morning classes will be Tennessee five put It to area games at 8 p.m. M-T 18 11 12 16-57 lJ4C: t.JlngKEN deer season In recent years claim responsibility for the
p.m. basketball
teams
without a team, also held at Pratt Street and on a holiday "We can't shoot foul shots," BHS: Aldrldge 7-1-15. : will conclude. good season" Stafford said,

plan to attend or call if you evening classes In the Old trip Bradford through Florida, beating Coach Adkinson says still, Hampton. 5-0-10 R, Cummings Game and Fresh Water Fish "but In truth!,, Mother Nature
cannot come at this time, so Armory. The class will last High 57-45 last pointing out BHS bucketed 3 of 1-1-3, D. Cummings 1-0-2., D. Commission wildlife biologist gets the credit"Good
the Recreation Departmentcan three weeks or a total of three Wednesday night. Dec. 28, and 12, just 25 percent, against Walker 5-1-11. Roes 1 1-0-2.,M. deer food conditions In
have an Idea of how many sessions. also downing. Santa Fe and ,Morristown. Walker 102. Totals 21-3-43. Steve Stafford reported an '75 and *76 resulted in a better

women are Interested. If have any questions or Baker High.Bradford "I tell you right now' It's TEAL excellent deer harvest on all fawn survival rate thus. more ;
you cagers were neverIn the .Morrlstown: Cunningham 3- wildlife
ridiculous coach
states.
northeast region
Games are tentatively contact the 10 legal bucks in 77.
wish to register
the contest after the Ten- 2... Winstead 1-2-4. Collins 4+
Adkinson says the will areas, with
be cagers
,' scheduled to played on Recreation Department. management 1977 has also been a good
.Thursdays. If you have any nessee boys jumped off to an practice late from now on to 9. Foster 1-0-2 Fleanor 4-3-11, much the same type report mast and Stafford
crop
questions, call the Recreation Women's Doubles BHS 18-4 outscored first period advantage.. get the job done on -the free Blanken 81.17, Bates 1O2.Whiteslde coming from other areas of theorizes the year deer harvest
Morristown 2011 2-0-4, Totals 24-9-57.
Department 964-6792. Tennis League 'throws. ,the state next season will be only
in the second period but FAT FIBERS.
harvest figures
Preliminary
1 Men's Volleyball playing Anyone doubles interested In theWomen'a In .trailed A poor 29-24 third at the period half.which Celtics, Hawks Continue To WinIn carpets Skinny are fibers gene In shag with Indicate this will be the best season.slightly lower than this

will be an
There
Tennis League Morristown won 12-6 put BHS the first game after'the Score by ers: me wind. The trend now
foraMen's qu
,organizational meeting next should meet at 9.30: a.m. further back, at 41-30 'holidays, the Hawks beat the Celtics 10 18 24 ,36Lakers is carpets ma4e with
Volleyball League January 17 at the, Tennis The Tennessee had the best Nicks 66-36 in the Junior Boys $232834 short tat fibers. These.
Thursday, January 12. at 8 Courts behind Pratt Street ball handlers the BHS team Basketball Special Nursing CourseOffered
in the Old Armory, League sponsored Celtics: S. Hudson 12-0-24. carpets are proving
p.m will be for Center. will see this season. Coach by the Starke Recreation C Norman 4-0-8 T. Tyson 1-0- durable. and mere
This league If have team men Women from the Women'sSingles Warney Adkinson said. The Department.The 2,B. Boswell I- 02. easily cared-tor ""It'' this Winter Semester By The Health Related
and been
16 have
up.already.you please send League In orderto visitors shot well as a team. Hawks led all the way Lakers: D. Slocum 4-0-12, B. the long shags which Programs At Santa Fe Community College
together matched together so '
to thin The Morristown big boy with Emmett Watkins scoring Dyal4-0-8, R. Bellany 3-04. T. were se papular. a
a meeting representative If you are an In- play have In this league This,is you nota Cunningham "was probably 28 of the Hawks 66 points. Pierce 2-O-4 M. Scott 12. A. couple. ..* years ago.. "Caring" For ,:The Aging (NUR 2820.4 Credits). Classesfor

dividual without a team, also must for partner. the best big man we'll see all Larry Long high scorer for Patterson 1+2: Winter! '78 Term begin January 10.
league beginners. year. He operated smoothly," the Nicks, put 14 points on the Shags mamtfactvrwl'wit
plan to attend or call If you If all goes well league play Basketball will net
Coach Adkinson said. Scoreboard. Small' Fry faf fibers are as :
cannot come on this particular: should begin the following Morristown has lost only The win puts the Hawks in continue this week'' with''the ''likely' lo erwssj dorm and 'If you are now a Non-SFCC'AON ortduete. you'ra'sIIgible

night so the Recreation Tuesday, Januar 24th. A fee two games this season to the ,second place with 3-1 season.\ Rockets vs. the Nets and the become "' .......The fat for this.course. SFCC ADN graduates. need .not
idea
Department can have an to cover tropres will be Class Jazz Bullet Wed, have a .r.sileney pplv.
,defending 4A championIn The Nicks are 04. vs. the on fiber .
of how many men are In- discussed at the organizational Tennessee and to the c Score by quarters.. nesdayJan,4.Monday.an.) which allows. them tobaunce

terested. meeting on the 17th. Tennessee state runner-up In Nicks 10 16 24 36 the Bullets play the Rockets,, back to Ifcelr.ri- The tonne will involve clinical experience In geriatric

scheduled Games to are be played tentatively on If you have the any Recreation questions, SA basketball. Morristown has Hawks 14 30 54 66 andjhe,Jazz. face the Mets. ',tna' ....,.. even after nursing::, 'It If designed to enhance nursing skills In this

If have any please contact about 150 .more students inhigh' Hawks: E. Watkins 14+28. Iii Junior basketball Hard wage.Come special area.. A Certificate will be awarded those who
Tuesdays. you Department 964-6792. school T. Boys
a than Bradford Harrison 7-O-14. L. Simmon I
questions'call the Recreation the Celtics: take on the Nicks successfully complete ,this course. ADN grads takingthe
but Is classed B.
High as 3A In 7-0-14. Epps 94-10.
Department 9646792.Macram'Classes. Ceramic Classes Tennessee, Adkinson said.Upcoming Nicks: L. Long 7-0-14. J. and: the takers play the) lock ever in .today wrt .latest and course ere eligible' for free auditor credit tuition.,
be -
will
Ceramic classes Hawks on Thursday. Jan. 5.
Johnson 4-0-8. J.D. Francis 4-
open again on Monday nigh 04., D. Chandler 36. Tuesday. Jan., 10 the Nicks'') .selection beautiful of. shags,fleercoverings. .andother Contact Barbara Canning. SFCC South Campus; ,
The Recreation Department January 30, from 7 p.m. Games In the second game' the ,face the Lakers I and the, 375-4200. Ext. 221 for details.,
maintainan
We
is now holding registration for 10 p.m. Wednesday morning The Tornado cagers travelto Celtics edged the Lakers 36-M. Celtics,play the Hawks, '
through Macdenny tomorrow night Inventory of the very
macrame' classes classes -will be open on\ :
Scott Hudson ,
.Friday January 20, for February 1st from 9..m. until (Friday, Jan. 6) for game I points for 'the led with'Celtics.:24 _Senior Boy also continue toj latest styles.T0BIT.108. ,
16 and over. with Baker High. Next ,play this the.i :
anyone IWenJ .
DeWayne Slocum led with 12' Warrioors and Santa Fa Community <''<'" >*'
the tying of Tuesday ,the BHS five the \ 'r OHIe9
Jan.10
.Macrame Is There Is no charge to enroll. for the Lakers. Nuggets vs. .
points ,k6,
'knot .to make different objects fYou/ pay I only for yourgreenware.1 travels to Santa Fe. Jan. 13 The Celtics lead the season the Trail Blazers vs. the) 3000 NW t3'fJ Street "

such as plant hangers other supplies, 'Live Oak will come to StarkeIn 'with a.40record, while the .Cavalier on Friday-Jan. .. Carport GalneivIHe' Florida.U.1;phono xnrSUlr

'wall hangings[ pads: and firings. All classes are the only home game until Laten are In third place witha The Warriors face the-Trail, 'I 864-7423 Starhe, F belts etc. There must be a held in the Old Armory. Jan. 31. Junior varsity games 1.3 record. Blazers on Monday Un. 9.

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'" .. '". IL 1 J Raiford Social Corner. -. l ... 11 LAWTLI: ,I. .1

By: JiunlU Harris wish everyone a very happy, trholiday T. 'lIl T ,, Vernoh, iad been In Iran and '
I Phanci. 4JI-IH71: healthy; and prosperous "New guests. Mr and \Mrs.J and everyone had a''wonderful' Mrs. ''Albert 'Thornton, Tim- has enjoyed seeing lot of the : fey Elisabeth 7az.333eOIORCII TerryPhew
Year R. McLeod children Jeffery time together my's mother. Later In the day U.S. and abroad
As we have already entered \Mr and Mrs Wesley CiviU and Randy of Gainesville Mr. Mrs. Purvy Johns entertained they traveled to Tarpon Mr. Leonard Sapp and his ACTIVITIES Holidays with Mr. and "Mrs' )
into the New Year of '78. we had as (their ChristmasFACTORY and Mrs. Joe Knight and her family 'with Springs to visit Rhonda son. Bruce visited Mrs. CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday George Kelly and Mr. and
children. Mima and Phillip. of Christmas dinner at the home family. Myrtle Sapp Friday and School& 10 a.m.. Worship Mrs Earl TroxellMr
Cedar Key and Mr. and Mrs. of her grandson Mr. Elaine Mrs. Alma Thompson and while here they enjoyed going Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.. and Mrs Charlie Brown
Gerald Conner, children Thompson. All children and her mother Mrs. Johns \ hunting. prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Fridayaovernightlgoestsed.
Michael. Chad, and Jason of gi andchildren were present to visited Mrs. Jack Harris Mr. Don Davis II home for p.m. YPE Friday at V p.m.
Lake City. occasion. Thursday evening the holidays and is visiting his EVERGREEN BAPTIST. : their uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs Debbie llunnlcutt had Monday, Mrs Debbie Mrs Pierce Crews of father Mr. Russell Davis in Sunday School 10 ..m., Mrs., Lea McClellan.
a wonderful Christmas holiday Hunmcutt had a visit from Lawtey gave a great "treat"toMrs.OnieThorntonand Jax.I Worship Services 11 .nt. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman..
with her son L-CPL Mrs. Louretta Dowling Mrs I know this.Is a familiar ring 7 p.m..Training Union .m. and sons, and Mrs. Darter
Randy Hunnlcutt home for Johnson and children; Gina Juanita Harris by taking themto to all of us. Hello* When Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Norman and sons, were New
the holidays along with his and Bobby of Jax. Debbie Wishbone for supper working outside In the yard I Year weekend guests of their
DIRECT SAYINGS wife Donna, and Diane, witha also got to talk by phone with Thursday night. hear the ringing of the phone p.m.FAITH BAPTIST: Radio cousins Mr. and Mrs. Roy
friend. Tim Elland of Mrs. Ann McClellan her Mr. Lester Minton and his and I always make it just In Program on WPXE 8 *m.. Smith and family of Seville.Mr. .
Laley. Mrs. Grace Kelly sister and BIII's sister from three children have just returned time,..to catch: the dial tone. Sunday: Bible School 10 a.m.. and Mrs. James Haggis
also! visited Christmas night !Macon.Ga.and other unableto from a Christmas Worship Services 11 a m. and and children of Hollywood
Handy had a chance to visit be there for the holidays. holiday trip to Indianapolis. New Arrival 1:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Fla.. were weekend guests of
Prices Reduced. with relatives and friends be !Mr and Mrs. Monroe Kltler Ind., where they reportejhaving Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Rev. and !Mrs David Brown.
fore returning to duty Mon. had as Christmas) guests: Mr snow Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Grlffls FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday Mr and Mrs. Barry Watt
24x60 day.| and Mrs. Cecil Wilson and They all had. a safe and won are the proud parents of a School 9:13: a.m.. Worship spent Christmas week with;
12x60 Furnished Mrs Alma Thompson and family and Mr. and, Mrs derful trip welcome home. baby girl, Jennifer Leigh, Services 11 a.m., and 7'30 Mr. and Mrs Mervin WalteN.of .
Fully Carpet her mother Mrs. Purvy Woody Killer and little We are sorry to hear Kevin born December 27 and p.m. Training Union 6:30: Feastervllle. Pennsylvania.
3 Br, 2 Bath Johns !Mrs Myrtle Alvarez Woody Minton is ill\ and In the Brad weighing 10 Ibs. 7 oz. The p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mr and Mrs. Don Henley
5580 and daughter Lisa went !Mr and Mrs. Albert Stafford ford County Hospital. Kevin. maternal grandparents are at 7:3: p.m. and son Donnie of Spring.!
'12,995; chopping( in Jacksonville had over the holidaysMr. we wish you a real speedy recovery Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Tharpe of GRACE UNITED METIIO- filed. Mo. returned home'
Tuesday Bob Stafford and Macclenny. The paternal DISTi Sunday School 9:45: after spending a week witfc''
Mrs Pierce Crews and her children. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sapp grandparents are Mr. and a.m.. Worship Services n their mother, Mrs Rossie.
24x50 24x70 xisler! Mrs. "me Thornton Kenneth Stafford and family had their daughter Mrs. Joie Mrs Mallie Griffis. of Raiford. a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Choir Reddish and their sotrin-lawi
4 Br 2 Bath Fully Furnished ,'jsitedIrll.! Ruby Jewel Mr.and Mrs. Gene Grlffls and Pelham of Keystone Heights Practice at 7 p.m. and and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
'10,995 & Carpet Throughout AUood! Monday of last week family. Mr. and Mrs. Woody visiting them on Friday Happy Birthday Methodist Youth Fellowship. Robert McClellan. and son>
Tul'llday.lllr. and Mrs. Jack Kitler and son Woody "and evening, and Jole also visited Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Jeff *
Harris had as luncheon Handy and Robin Stafford: All her grandmother Mrs. Myrtle "Happy Birthday" to Mr. HIGHLAND BAPTIST Mrs. John Tye Jr., and
14,895 Kuests !Mrs.I'IerceCrewe and had a wonderful Christmas together Sapp. Mallie\ Grlffls who! was 76 Sunday School 10>> a.m. children, and Mrs. John Tyev
her ulster. !Mrs Onie Thorntonof Mr.and Mrs. Bill Sapp have years young on December 31. Worship Services Ham. and Sr., were luncheon guests of
Auburndale..and later in the Mrs. Rosa Lee Brown returned home after Mr. Grlffls celebrated' his 6 Prayer MeetingWednesday her daughter Mrs Tommy
Ur. Stltetlon 01 evening. Mr and Mrs Joe visited Mrs Pierce Crews Christmas, they have been birthday Sunday. Jan. 1 at his night at 7:30: p.m. Talley and Chris of Jacksonville
Mathis from Perry visited. Wednesday afternoon and visiting relatives In Kentuckyand home, with many friends and LAURA BAPTIST Sunday on Thursday.
12 -14 Wlo'as To Choose From !Mr and !\Irs.Ionroe! Killer brought her some delicious Tennessee relatives attending Ills School 10 ..m.. Worship Mr. and Mrs. Craig Carroll
had !Mrs Eulo Carlton as their homemade cookies.Mr Mrs. Julia Croft and family grandson, Ricky, his granddaughter Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: and family of Deerfield
overnight( guest Friday and Mrs James Smith visited her parents. Mr. and Karen his p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Beach spent New Year
evening. hud all six children home for Mrs. Bill Sapp, Thursday daughter Alice and also his night at 7:30: p m! weekend with their parents
Starko Home CantorflOIH Mrs Iris Griffis. Mrs the holidays. Her daughter. evening.Mrs. wife. Mrs. Mallie Griffis, have NORTIISIDE BAPTIST: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell.Mr. .
Margaret( Hitler and their Mrs. Karen Kaeble from Myrtle Sapp had as birthdays close to his and a Sunday School 10>> a.m. and Mrs. Barry Watts
mother, Mrs. Sarah Stafford, Mass, enjoyed visiting S SL guests Wednesday night her friend. Rusty Strada has his Worship Services 11 a,m. and visited their mother. Mrs.
NN fork. 64-S741 went shopping in Jax for the Augustine and other points of daughter and son-in-law, Mr. birthday. Jan. 1. Don't you 7 Prayer MeetingWednesday Bessie! Watts of Geriatric
after Christmas sales Monday interest while home. and Mrs. Marvin CUlner of know Hey all had a good time at 7:00 p.m. Nursing Home of St.
Msa Sit. '-punk I Mrs. Jeanette Smith was a Jacksonville.Mr. celebrating those birthdays SMYRNA MISSIONARY Augustine, on Monday.
@ GUERDON 12SIJO S.... Mr and Mrs. Charlie business visitor In Jax Vernon Barnett is may you all have many many BAPTIST Sunday School 10 Mrs. J.E. Mciver of Ocala
.cu.T+ .
r.elr.C Redding had all of their Tuesday visiting his family and his more. a.m., Worship Services II spent New Year weekend
children home for the Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Dixon mother, Mrs. Leslie Barnett We a re so sorry to hear Mrs. a.m. and 7 p.m. BTS 5:4J: with her sister Mrs. Wilma
holidays, grandchildren too. spent Christmas with Mr and while here for the holidays. Bill Green has been sick we p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Wainwright.
she will be and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
-- sure hope soon 7 p.m. Mr.
4 BIG DAYS IOn and Wendell visited their
E GLE SaloThuro. well.We enjoyed a happy PERSONALS brother-in-law and sister Mr.
J k'1.faL.. weekend with our Amy Ralph Stephens of Rich. and Mrs. A.P. Hallman of
IxxXBio ., Fr!., Bonita. she spent New Year's mond Ky.. spent Dec 29th Keystone Heights,on Monday
4 AM tmi it with us. with his brother and sister-in- John Stone of Washington
.
64 1:0: ::.= Sat. & Sun. Mr. A.M. Jones had a won- law Mr and Mrs. Manuel D.C., spent Saturday with his
.',7 "x., J WIi.wMan. derful Christmas Eve with Stephens, and their mother. uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs
family and friends Mrs Mrs. Maude Stephens Earl Troxell after spending a
Sheryl Crawford Mrs. Debra Mrs. Glen Shuford. Chert few days with his cousins. Mr.
Morton, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Nancy, Donna Carter and and Mrs. David Kelly of
Kersey, Miss Jenese Jones Mrs. Shuford's mother Mrs Jacksonville.Mr. .
National Brand Sale! Mr. and Mrs. Gary Whidden Hester Hicks were Wed and Mrs. Jack Wainwright .
and Mr. Hervie hidden all nesday dinner guests of her and son of Tallahassee\
enjoyed the time together.On son-in-law and daughter, Mr. spent New Year weekend
New Year's Eve, Rusty and Mrs. Floyd Martin. of with their mother Mrs.Truby
Sieberllng Charley Mattox South Daytona. Wainwright. ,.
The know and trust at lower than low prices! Eddie Edenfield and Russell Miss Elizabeth Terry and Bobby Whitehead of
names you Bessho enjoyed traveling to Miss! Arthurine Blanchard Brooksville and his father
St. Augustine and had a wqn- visited her sister. Miss Enza Cecil Whitehead of Starke
I derful time at the oldest town. Blanchard. and Mrs Thelma visited his brothel'-I -law and
'" i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Staf Wilson at Baker County sister Mr. and Mrs. Hermie
A 1! ford enjoyed a visit over the Nursing Home of Macclenny Kelly on Wednesday afternooa .
k holidays from their granddaughter on Friday afternoon. "
.Miss Sheila Stafford Deepest sympathy of the Mr.and Mrs. R.W,Edwardsof
l 141/h I / -- 'J of Jax.. she is always a joy to community is extended to Jacksonville spent New
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UAKER I / _____ LEVI'S ORIGINAL have come out and visit Mrs Louise Messer II..,..._..,,. W/ al.. "' 1" SHRINK-TO-OT Mr. and Mrs Joe Mathis of Rnv. and Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs,.B.L.,,Vfilktoon.'
STATE "" r MEN'S BLUE JEANS were visiting n ,r laUv Sio.iaPerryover Melton) dueto the leJhQf bn: 'Wendell: \\K rgL the New Year's foster son Patrick; on Thursday home..Thursday after .spendr;.
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TAPIR DLEHD l. "i .r' I
:..'. I I j holidays.Mrs. night. ing some time with ,his Li

MOTOR IL i AVI UP TO S4% .::.' '11 8 8 Mrs. Cora Hodges and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs.Hermie |/
!IoI Marian Hall of Macclenny Kelly. .
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___ t::::--. -! CONVIIIIIDtlCKIHOe. "roo ,. Gertrude Hart had her spent the New Year Weekend Mr. and Mrs. Dame)
.,..... BOya'yOUTHS'r i k WERE 346MEN'SWOMEN'S Christmas luncheon Monday with their sister Mrs. O.J. Wilkison and Dana of Jacksonville
-....... r- J 0O because of the postal service Anders. New Year
IAVI25 ,Ave e. IAVIUO! -wen 2.94 '4 y. a-r.--._.. .... ...,.....::= holiday. Those of her family Misses Jana and Midi weekend spent with their
751.5. DAY CHLORIN[ attending the Christmas of a and Mrs. Donald
r Tampa spent Mr.
QT.QUAKIR! STAn FOLDING BID! J' Maio. ass. Whaley
24.72"
=:. A ...=. M dinner were: Rev. and Mrs week with their sister Miss! Wilkison.Mr. .
:: 5ge 54 8 8 WA'16 88 :.3 94 sP fJ c.-:: ::::::-' J.E. Ross and children Lynn Whaley aunt, Mrs. and Mrs. Hulon Herndon -
WA.- II : /11 f.'l: Sandra and Johnny; Mrs. Daisy Boch, and grand- and children visited
,- p NI. Mx OrrlWr ramuq q. w.r H..vr duty '"- Stan1. '-ta. -'. S-10, i .. Betty Jean Alvarez Mrs. mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. their parents Mr. and Mrs.
_M yw_ r --. I.e..mq.r .n.1 ," e.I1n..M..LM..., a.r.'.a.w.......'... II I-- i iI --.. Viverelte Raulerson Mrs Allen Kirk of Rockwood

\ I I tt Lavanda Polhill.Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Louise Messer and sonLee. Tenn., during the Christmas
I :.J1 lI'HERft1 ]I h f 1\.2 : Edwin Banks and daughters. of Orange Park are Holidays.Rev. .

rp ) IOn ... '. .. Rebecca and Betty Mrs. Lois spending some time with her David Brown, Mr. and
_. '\ 040>' '? Ethel Cone of Starke, Mr. and son and daughter-in-law, Rev. Mrs.Vernon Starling, Mr. and
N ,: } {loII Mrs. J.W. Manlx of Tampa a and Mrs. Leonard Meltoa Mrs. Larry Norman and their
MP .. sister of Gertrude Hart's and Methodist Women
\ 8 .. ] United mother, Mrs. Ola Starling,
anus ... "' rt and Mrs J.L. and stork
I I 4 .i"" Mr. Quimby were hostesses for a attended Watch Night Services -
) t '" I IA I' 7..6. 1 F I daughter Sherrls. of S.C. The shower honoring Mrs. Wayne at Graham on Saturday
v ) \ Quimby family left Tuesday Wainwright at the home.. of night. i
1 on a tour of south Florida and Mrs. Wilma Wainwright on Miss Rhonda Norman spent

10% WESTCLOXV ';' points of interest. Friday night. Dec. 30. at 7 New Year weekend with her
VALUB RMcN'aVINYL p.m. After the guests arrived uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
S AWNYOwEL LIGHTER PLUS RAZOR KIYWOUND ALARM JOO.O.ERS J Our pastor Rev. Hugh the honoree was presentedwith Richard of Green Cove
;r 54e WAS 86e wAe 2.94 ''Io Walters has beenI\\ and is her gifts, after which re- Springs. safP' them attended
sir Diet: 6 88 his freshments were served by
ci now recovering at home. Watch Night Services at First
'00" _.w..11. Buy Crtofcx buten.Nolitarrftiiil .h.e.rp.N ourLl r 1' YALuaPlu..TT '( We wish him the hostesses. There were 26
., \ a speedy recovery Baptist Church on Saturday
.....i5 ,is.. I.gMHM.I. ..LO.eda.r s._ Wrnl Mwa.aw. I""." :' =, 1wdu.a., iiln.7tt.. VAL .
....,.----'S- present.Mr. night.
CHAMBRAY SHIRTS WESTERN-STYLE SHOTS Rev.. J.D. Robinson of and Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Mrs. Linda Crawford, and i
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SAYBMH mac.. 'DIet:. Bayless Highway Baptist their son and daughter-in-law, daughter Jenifer were New
4-PACKC + 3.96 PIlle' 594 Church brought the morningand Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse Year dinner guests of her.
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i"' OR D CELLBATTERIES "... evening worship servicesat and daughter were business Mr. and Mrs. Leon
"' %i.-' L.m llnim. top. ..-- s.u-..-- parents
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1t'r! \ .kM,MM1.S I.XL._ ._..._.. ....--S q.... our church Sunday.Mr. visitors to Florence S.C. on Wilkerson. Other guests were
9-. :, and Mrs. Jack Harris Christmas Day. their sons and daughtersinlaw -
LIB..J..i I VALUE PLUM were business visitors in Mrs Rosa lee Brown of Mr. and Mrs. David/
';L; w.AN I MEN'S KMT t Sanderson Monday and Starke visited Mrs. Pierce Wilkerson and sons,'and her!
ex: Sa t|by Polaroid Corporation | m- POLO SIZES : visited relatives in Stakre Crews and her sister Mrs. niece Janice Healan of
SAVE W* SAVE 14% SAVE 1.00TOASTENWOUR I"UTO I Freddy Moore of Hen- Raymond Wilkerson of
SVLVANIA SUEDE\ WALKABOUTS : 2.9 E berf-Thornton had
lhii a dersonville NC. spent theN Wllkerson
BLUE DOT I POLAROID SX-70 FILM OVCN l i ,1 t rJl I wonderful day with a dear Year Holidays with his Raiford. and
FLIP PLASH -" 8 97 owe vRiel grandson, Glenn Wilkerson.
WAS WAS .-r aunt of hers Mrs. Equilla Mr. and Mrs. Fred
4 97 7 96 parents
1,7 ..? ..... ..:-.. -. L1'PmIJIllI> IIL1,: b..1 Roberts of Starke who is 92 Moore,Sr. Other guests of the
ii-.. exr n,0 .. ,.... Mw kWlnO N anp HIM.Ton,men'.7-tt. ._ years young. They traveled to. Moores Mr. and Mrs.
waexw M..ullfuI e'. ..". Mrs iMwl ..... A__,_ ..- 1\ ;1 rP. Gainesville and enjoyed were. SCHOOLNEWS
II. I
\ 1 I Paul Moore Jr., of Virginia

i Iiiiiiiii iBAVI DRYRUCI 21% ............ 154 ."i ISPALDWa SAVE 15* ...,.y.r A 'J i;'\ \ L'' e; and mixing returned business home and pleasure to a Holidays who had with spent his the parents New Year Mr. Lawtey back Elementary Its 360 students welcomes

CLEANER! CHAMPION- : I a r. r j I "':' 1 .... wonderful lunch at the home and Mrs. Paul Moore, Sr., of and ita 19 full-time faculty
SNIP ''.. "V.. = '"I of Mrs. Elbert Thornton.Mr. .
:; 1 QUART TWIlALLS.-;,;e I "", c.'(1 """-""-"= '-I It... and Jacksonville: and spent members from the holiday.
i J ,.." IJOYS' Mrs. Elbert' Wednesday with their uncle vacation. .
r,1.8: ,1.97 = rt w V-OM* T- OIl"": Thornton traveled to Black. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred

wAUAdr / jl, --.. .0- '=,..j anti..-.sap XL_-ftjftSAYEST 4ft...lr.. lJ'i shear Ga. the Monday afterChristmas Moore. Two new faculty,members .
J\.' '-.11." ti: M.q --.JIL- ; to visit her mother, Mr.and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Elaine Griffis and Cathy
'''- ;r.\\IV'.. I__' ........_..... ::.;. ......-.. -..... -. ,,1; .94 Mrs.. Marie Gill. daughter Chris were New are Casey. Mrs Griffis will be ..

*!.' ;; : i 5. l' IAI SAV11.00_ .AV.1.oo :-u-N .=::-.-;:;!. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Year day dinner guests of teaching a middle grade
tt OZ.TIfT /y' \,. M%--" 1\ SPALDINQ MEN'S! WORK SHOES r.1. _.fWCI Thornton and family; Mary their parents. Mr. and Mrs. combination class and Miss

OAn01N HOUSE tAMNSAY 1 FOIL BAKEWARE I TIN t SETAVg .....13.94 e '1 r-1o._; and Larry Henry and boys of Arlie Phil Dobbs.Eunice of Graham Casey class. will teach first grade
and wife
Brooker son Phillip .
and
; wAS visited his parents. Mr.
990 .=... .1.J.88: : =-q.ugr.N. = = I -r o 'iWAI Pat ,and and children daughter of Gainesville Ginger Mrs. Harold Eunice of the on Miss Melody C ttlno'l fifth

_-._....._a.w.l w,,$ NAve -'I II""" enjoyed Watchnight servicesat Friday. Other guests soninlawand grade students presented t a
Eunices were their .
-.e Christmas Program to the
I 1'% SAVE 21% SAVE 13-"II The Evergreen Gospel Echoes Baptist were Church.on daughter, Mr. and Mrs. residents of the Stacke Nursing -

1 i19A "" IiaT LISTS..... SAN ANTVFCMMUNT ROLL-ON HUM* .!:.. hand to present good gospel Ronnie Maxvtlle'Mosley for, and dinner Tammyof on- Home before the
1p'- ANTISEPTIC -< music which we love to hear holidays The students also
at: oz. NYLON Saturday. presented the program to the \
rlJ and all enjoyed their
--- I.. present Chuck Moore of Lake City students and faculty the
1.29 se. talents so much. visited his Mr. and same.
;5..111 .. : parents. day.
ri Mrs. Fred Moore Sr.. and
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I, ._ WAS '+Ne wsaer WUIIMM< 114 1t 1 Fred Moore, Jr.!,;on Friday. ''the community will want iq .
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New
4 .Arrival Chuck and Freddy attendedthe express their appreciation: .
SAVE 1.11 YALU1IPi.Uet.-I Gator Bowl football game Miss Annie B. Anderson who
Ii VALUE PLUM .. nCalPOLNAA44yr A SAVE 4% IAYII1'%'' Mr.and Mrs. Alien Tarletonre In Jacksonville on Friday is retiring after 38 years of '
OI1THOslylNDUST ATR/lrn FAMOUS MAKER the proud parents of aBarnes evening.Mr. teaching. 30 of her .
were
I CWOM refuRt MnrtMLTS FAMOUS MAKER MAS l UUMir PEASANT TOM babygin years
RAZOR N'Y'aa ...... I Mary .and Mrs. Henry Hodges spent in the Bradford County
per loz.UalltJ( Tarleton, born Monday. Dec and family, and their mother,
1.94 = 2i 3' =- 21-5 School: Systep In Anderson
.2.91.49 2.8 M, 1977. weighing 10 Ibs. Mrs. Annie Mae Crews, and
... ..... .. -=- .... -.. .... ....,-........... Maternal grandparents are visited her son-in-law and Elementary Miss Lawtey
> -.......-.-..... ....... I w.A N oisc.r"+wet ', ...wMN..ss.gAO.l ......-.............. Mr. and Mrs. Wtlkrd Barnes daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Jerry ,Elementary.was presented, with Anderson a silver .

of Butler Ala. Glance and children of at luncheon on January
312 w. Madison .Paternal grandparents are 'PaUtka Saturday afternoon. tray
2nd, attended by the
Uwtey,
III Mr. and Mrs. Dag Tarleton of Miss\ Linda, Crider of and Staff. "
1 StarKeFla. Faculty
._ Allen, Ala. Jacksonville spent the

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.. '.. ...,. It: I! 3 : ", n ** t w i4 ** < School""9:30: *.ht. The United A j presioeninoi auxiuanev ana _rYI"'" SWIIMUJ ? .
IN ''''IE' ClR'CUIT COURT-OF by Elisabeth G.Walker'. members are asked to pleas* },f0':di4a; ; li Methodist Women will meet Deacons Boards are asked to a.m. Morning Servicell'a.fll.Evening .

FLORIDA IN. AND FOR THE : ,The Brajtfbrd-.Vnlorf;: ; ; : Phases: ** M3 attend this very Important a.m. with Pleasant Grove meet with the pastor SaturdayJan. Service p.m. -
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-..COUNTYOF ,BRADFORD. Association .- for Retarded NAACP MEETING meeting. It ls important for Plans are In the making for Methodist 10 a.m. 14. 2 p.m. Rev. Lit New Bethel Baptist Charthi Bible -

CIVIL ACTION: NO: . Citizens will :hci1d. .u. next Bradford .C unty Branch the New Year. the ;,annual Women's Day Ebeiner Baptist Church: Davl Sunday School 9:30.: Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir -
meeting( Tuesday, Jan. 1O. at \NAACP will .hold .a call CHURCH NEWS activity that will terminate Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Study. Free Canaan. True Church Study. Saturday p.m.School -
DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION .7:30: p.m. at the Sunshine meeting- JaIL 9. 730.: AU Greater Bethlehem January 22. All members are This years study is the Book of Gods Tuesday 7:30: Prayer rehearsal. Sunday Worship! II -'
; .STATEv OF -FLORIDA' Acre workshop on SR-lft. member aDd' Interested -Freewill Baptist Chvrcht asked to cooperate with all of Revelation. All member Band Meeting. Wed. Tarrying 10 a.m. Morning'

DEPARTMENT .OF- TRAMSPORTATidN New Association: officer friend are .Invited to attend. Each Monday. 7:30: p.m. Tiny activities success. and friends are invited. AllRaiford Service Friday night regular ..m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. ,

: :'Pontiff, are: President E.W. Hodges, Place annex of Greater Allen TpU rehearsal Tuesday 7:30: The money tree activity
Jr., Preldentlect ElizabethWalker !: Educational Building. ,nonsored by the Silent .
-va-" p.m.: Prayer Meeting wed. a .
PAT= WASDIN ,. at... D.fen- Secretary Anna 'SILVERSThANDSEYimoaCnlzENs p.m. the visitation committee Wqrken\ Club was a success Discusses Garbage ,.
d : Clayton and. T..ureiRobert will meet. Thursday S p.m. The tree was won by Mrs. ; I
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Milner. The,monthly meeting of the Senior Choir rehearsal. Also Bitches of Jacksonville. Fin -

'. 'NOTICE HEARING 'The new Board of Directors Silver Strand Senior Cttixena the Senior Usher Board will Church of God In Christ: Bad weather and a small being closed, so the garbage u Discussion was made be- ;
TO SHOW CAUSE, ,includes three-year members will be held Wednesday, Jan. meet, 8 p.m. Friday the Junior Each Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible truck that requires many tripsto carried to the dump in Lake tween council members con
NOT1 e 9F SUIT. Gladys Seller., Corine Cor- 18. Instead of Jan. 11, Usher Board will sell pies Band. Fri. 6:30: p.m. Adult the dump throw garbage Butler and this takes more cerning planting shrubbery
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bett W.E Neytans. JHachael correction\ last week. from the kitchen. Fri. 6:30 the Choir rehearsal.Fri.7:30: p.m. pickup schedule out of kilterin time due to the distance around the clubhouse In. ,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Buff and Rev. Berlle CaudUI;; The meeting, will be held in- Junior Choir will rehearse.Fri. Pastoral Teaching Sunday Ha if ord. Mr. and Mrs. traveled between each load.Other Ralford. Mayor Griffls appointed .
two-year members. Rev, John- : RJE: .Complex 7. pm.: The the Prayer Band will School 9:30: p.m. Morning James Manning told the City I a committee oflierbie ,"
The unknown twin devisee.. .Flynn; Bernon Buff,. C.F.' cooperation of all Senior meet In the Home of Ms. Telia Worship, it a.m. YPWW t Council Tuesday night. members of the Whitten and Michael Dobbs to II'

lagataa*,.spouss*. fend creditor Bateman. Gil Nelson, and Citizens U needed, for niece Anderson. The Training and p.m.M Evening Worship 7:3t: The Mannings who have the council had no questions or check on the cost of shrubs. .
.oT Mario Campanula. rjecsesad.FMdsnca .' Duckle Neylaru and one-year Dell Chapter 168 OES.' Worship committee will meet p.m. contract to pick up garbage In complaint about the service
Unknown\ PARCEL member. Doyle Archer Dell Chapter 168 Order In the church library al o. Sat. Raiford. were questioned they had been receiving and When they receive price : J
H107-R. Resale Griffith Hilda Milner, Eastern Star will hold Its the I Can Circle will cell Antloch Missionary Baptist Tuesday night by Mayor J.D. agreed that the Mannings Mayor Grtffii stated he would ','

'It.laid defendant tnt living, Flora Caudal. Elbert Thorn. regular meeting Thursday dinner from the kitchen. Church i Prayer Meeting, Griff who said he- had received were doing a good job. call special meeting in order
and If any or an of laid defendant ton, and Tom Casey nlpt'January 13 7 p.m. Alt Sunday School' 9:30: a.m. Thursday 7 p.m., Sunday; complaints about why for the councilmen to report

or. dBfandants are de- ............................. Morning Worship 11 a.m. School *10 a.m. Morning regular garbage pickup In making preparation toe their fIndings Since this is the
eaad the lM'Iknown.ipOU_, Swine Show Cancer Mobile Unit Dinner 12:30.: Evening WorshIp Worship 11 a.m.. Evening schedule is not being main the forthcoming baseball time of the year to plant

hair, dsviseea grantee. Entry Deadline PaeN.'W.f'kThe 6 p.m. Worship p.m. tained. The mayor stated he season the council agreed to shrubbery .the council "
'creditor "'ars. or other Friday, January 6. U the American Cancer First Born Church at the Ml Zion A.M.E. Church i had received some telephone have four semltruck Toads of members decided it would be
partial daimtng .by; through deadline for 4-H and FFA Society Mobile Unit for 'Pap Living God Tuesday 7:45: Fri. 7 p.m. Lovefeast Sunday calls from various Individuals clay delivered for the ball too long until their next

under, or against any auch daceeaed member who are entering a smears for cancer will be In p.m. Prayer Meeting. Fri. School 10am., Communion complaining that they never park.MayorGrlffls appointed scheduled meeting and that It
defendant, or defer* hog in the Swine Show at Fail this area on the following 7:45 p.m. Tarrying Service. Service II ..m. and 4 p.m. knew what time the garbage councilman Calvin Varnes to would be wise to hold a special
danth n ,*ve. and. If dead their School 10:30 Morning Pleasant Grove United meeting In order
time. dates: Sunday : would be picked up. so therefore contact the company about to get the
unknown<< apouM .heirs.. You' can pick up-an' entr>' Tuesday, January 10 Worship 11:30 YPCW e p.m. lcldl.IChureb: Every first they weren't sure when purchasing the clay and to work underway
dovlaee legatee. grantee*, form and rule at your Count Lake Butler, Spires Store 9-12 Evening Worship 7:45.: and second Monday 7 p.m. they should put it out *o that oversee that it is spread and I"
Creditor; Manor*. or ,Qtherpartle Extension Office. a.m. & 1-4. p.m.WednPsday Visitors are welcome. Young Adult Choir rehearsal. animals wouldn't have the packed property on the field. The League'of Cities Convention I,
claiming by. through The Swine Show la open to Jan. 11 Macedonia. Freewill Baptist Tuesday! 7 p.m. Young Junior garbage strewn before it couldbe will be held In Tallahassee *
deoaaaad defendant or 4-H and FFA 12 a.m. Study. Sunday School 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting. Thursday 7 stated that he Michael Dobbs and Calvin the Hilton Hotel. After some

dafendarrt and oil perils. County youngster The Show to Thursday, Jan. 12-Starke, and 4 p.m. Visitors are p.m. ,Bible Study. Sunday usually started the garbage Varnes were appointed to a controversy about how many .
having or claiming to have'any sponsored Bradford- Bradford Square 9 a.m. welcome. School 10 a.m. The United pick-up at approximately 9 committee by Mayor Griff is to people the council would
right title or interact in and to Union br.the Producer .12:30 pm. 4 1-4. p.m. Methodist Women will meet 11 a m., unless it s raining and check the possibilities of agree on to send at the tax ,

the property described In the Association. The Public Health Nurses 'Greater Allen Chapel a.m.ML.. then it wouldbi>.Uter.and that Raiford having open or closed payers expense the council
.Complaint to wit: from Bradford County Health A.M.E. Church Tuesday 7:30: Morlah United the last run is made around I leagues at the ball qark and finally decided: the mayor

Department will provide these p.m. Prayer Meeting" and Method. church; Wed. 6 p.m. At the present time the they are supposed to have a should be the only representative .
SECTION 28060-2506 LEGALS service free for all ladles. Class Meeting Sunday School p.m. Bible Study and Junior dump in Raiford cannot be report on that at the next to attend the convention
STATE ROAD 18 Choir rehearsal. Sunday, used and Is i in the process of meeting. representing Haiford.

BRADFORD COUNTY scribed in said Complaint and to

show cause .If any you have Secret List Of Gifts For Starke Rotary Members
DESCRIPTION why said prcpery.houId not be. New Parole Officer Joins Staff I
NUMBER,107RRIGHT
PARCEL condemned for the use end ,

OF WAV purpose a* set forth In the. .' Here Is a suggested list' to Elzie Sanders- Lawtey James Griffin. bushel of The Starke Parole and Lake Butler.As .
Complaint filed herein. If you fail Santa Claus of gifts for Starke Police Benevolent Society cathead biscuits and one Probation Office received an a parole officer. Sapp .
parcel of land in the SW 1/4 of to do so.-a default will be an- Rotarians read at the Man of the Year award. pound of coffee. addition to Its staff when will be making Investigations .
NW.1/4of Section 29, T-7-S, R- 'tered against you for the relief N December 21 meeting of the Tom Sladecombination Bill Hood- early-out slip Donald V. Sapp was for the courts the Parole and ,

21-E, more particularly described.0 demanded In' the Complaint. club by Ed Ripplinger:. anchor and deck swabber. .good for one year. work as a Parole appointedto and Probation Commission, and '
'to.follow:. ; WITNESS'.MY .HAND AND Sam Adukiewiczlpeclal Paul. Stegall'certificate Bill Wilson promise from. Probation Officer in Bradford, the prisons. as well as super t '
'Commence ori the' West line' SEAL of aid Court on the 9th switching station to'provide from New Method Cleaners to Harry Hatcher that he will Baker and Union Counties.A vising the activities of "

of Section 29.T.7-S; R,?t'e. at. .day of December 1 At: ?., 1977.. Florida Power. It Light with clean deputy sheriff uniforms. show.up at least twice a year parolees and probationers in
a' point 1261.3 .feoj :Southerly back-up' capability from- the Clyde Terwlllegar.. visitor to serve as secretary or put on 1973 graduate of Florida the three counties. lie will be

front the. NW. Comer thereof;' CLERK 'OFV THE CIRCUIT Starke municipal power plant. .of the year award. a program. State University with a degreein located In the Parole Office on.
thence Sooth 77 degree 33'1Q" COURT' Guy. Andrews- Republicanof Charles Titmus two computerized Dave Brlerton a ballerina Crinlnology. he was for the second floor of the Starke
.East4.86feet to the beginning By: Beulah M. Moody Deputy the :Year Award, and a tin cans and a pieceof Tutu with a bow tie. merly with the Tallahassee courthouse. Sapp lives l In
of ... curve concave Northerly derk > framed picture of. Richard string to improve local telephone Guy Sale- septic tank Parole and Probation Office. Starke with his wife and

having a radius of 1909.88 feet, 12/15 ftchg 1/5 Nixon._ ____ service permit from Dr. Covington. lie then worked as a Classification daughter and hall many ties
thence Southeasterly. Easy and Mac Baldwin 1200 rebate Richard Welty-, tuning Jim Duncan- 800 new Officer at the Reception In this area from his previous
Northeasterly along aid curve. NOTICE OF INTENTION on his new Ford pickup from fork. pitch pipe. and metronome students for the same class- and Medical Center in residence here.

through a total central angle of REGISTER Terwlllegar Motors. to lead Rotary singing., room space.
T4 degree 02" a.: duat nce :of FICTITIOUS NAME Gib BJ'owna big CETA Morris Williams layman Tom Dreyer- one ACME '
.467.78 feet to the end of said Pursuant to Section 866.09 tree and two male clerk to guide to fine' furniture build-your-own! firecrackerkit. 4 Charged In County : J j jA I

curve;; thence North 88 degreeS Florida Statute, notice i I. comply with affirmative building. AMrs. Donald V. Si.pp
24-41" East 368.74 feet; thence hereby given that the under- action plan. Jess Wolbertbull Inez Green club New Parole! Officer!
South 00 degree' 10 19"' East signed Mchael J.: Navalany, Rt. Ben Bryant Grecian emasculators to assist in collecting pianistthe) moral and joint investigation be- Wheeler was released on his
33.01 feet to the Southerly right. 1. Box .10, Brooker florida. formula No. 49. and a pas to quarter fines from mental fortitude to endure tween the Union and Bradford own recognizance at his I-

of way line of State Road 18 and 32622 and Z.W. Hamilton Rt. 1, .Bobby's Hideaway. Rotary members. Rotary singing one more year. Lfincl Sales............... County Sheriff's Departments arrest.
.the Point of Beginning; continue -. .Brooker, Fla. 32622, .doing :-Tom Casey- social promotion resulted In the arrest of a Robert Alan Frlcke. 23. 'of
thence $outh 00 degree business under the firm name of to the -12th grade. plus (From Page 51) Starke man Monday. Jacksonville was charged

10-19". East 9.59 feet to a point "RAINBOW MARINE, INC." Rt.. embroidered GED. USDA Considering Change"" In Richard Robert Wheeler. 25. Monday with sexual batteryon
of'SWU
on'iha arc of a curve concave 1. Box. 10. Brooker, Bradford A.Y. Covlngton' NEU of SU T6S. was charged with one count of an 11-year-old. Fricke.' a

Northerly vlng'' a- radius .of County' Florida-32622, intends hospitality. award. \ R21E. $3,000.. burglary of a. structure and correction ,of r..at Florida\
'.1'I''\ '....*. YVeet; 'thencw from 's.. -td-M: 'I" saiT' "","& name: t,. -Al''''Croby10,000! Hew Fbee-Cur9dTobaccoPjoym; *''"**<** one-crtunt'of', grand larceny. State PrlHoru wa"arr Mit d at

tony***b.arItJ" f. Sbuthi;>8S! 'u'1"t tit M I ttl1rl..W\f attUatl: *. H" '''' -' ." ; \tfi/- .-___ xD< .h. :!! :, IV.S 'Whe *'" tttegeulypentered Ir! flriid&i CotIdll1mpItaT -
.'Jngree* 04'-23".eak'rUn: < >v i t/ti. ", of JI' ""' Duke DuPre.' 'special: The U.S.: : Department ;of allotrriM to heigible'iorprice ? ''Faulk and wife. SE'j of NE'. Morgan Road garage on April Two Starke men were 4

easterly, East and Northeasterly Mchael J. Navalany, Z.W. award for designing Starke Agriculture has published a Support. This provisionwill Of S24. T8S. H22E. $20.01)0.) 23.1977 and removed $4oo air charge with burglary of a
along said curve 'through- ,Hamilton owners. utility system. proposed change in the flue- J be reviewed annually Richard M. McCulloch to compressor belonging to dwelling that occurred Sun
angle of 1 degree. 38-20" a Dated this 15th day of Bob 'h'dmondson-!: cured tobacco program that' after 1978. William R. Rushing and wife. Doyle Thomas. day night. George Fonzo
distance of 21934 feet; thence December A.D. 1977 at Starke Nepotistic Buck Passer would allow growers, on a Under the 1977 program E'a of NW corner of SW't' of l'revatt.22. and Clinton Rocky
North- 00 degrees '10'IWWest Florida. Award for passing Bradford voluntary basis to market a plantings were limited to 110 NE 4 of S13 T8S K22E. The compressor was>> Thompson 20. were chargedwith
16.10 feet to the-Southerly right 12/154tpd 115NOTICE County .Hospital to his kid larger share of their poundage percent of the farm acreage 1000. recovered after u Union entering the property of
pf way line of State Road 18; brother. quota In higher value, upper allotment as a condition for JoAnn G. llebb to Charles L. County resident bought it William Odom at Forsyth
thence South 88 degree 24'41" OF INTENTION Pat Farna worth- magic stalk leaf said Warren price support Cranfill and wife. Lot 17. from Wheeler In November. Trailer Park.

West 220 feet to the Point of REGISTER blow dryer.Nell Carver Bradord County ASCS ThlWproposed change has Geneva Creek. $12.000.

Beginning. FICTITIOUS NAME Tucker11th grade executive director. been published In the Federal Gerald E. Brown and wife to Dul'ont Complete Course I
Employee
Containing 2941 square feet, Pursuant to Section 966.09 math review course, and Under the proposed change. Register. If you wish to Krlirar- K.:. MfHpc-- and wife

more or less Florida Statutes notice i., Stanley Motor-. Home repairkit. Carver said growers could submit written comments to SW'4' of SW' of S27. T6S.
hereby given that the under- plant up to 120 percent of their USDA,Ion this proposal address R22E. $45.2)0.Pugene () Graduation certificate Production Superintendent
OWNED BY: The unknown signed Regent R: Jasmin and L.M. Gainesfree green farm acreage allotment and them to: Director Price : F. Shaw to Jesse J. were presented by Ted John Ruffini. und Training
heirs, divls_. legatees, Ronald Jasmin 880 N. Temple fees for one year good during receive price support if they Support and Loan Division, Wolbert. Jr.. Lot 3. Block 2, Oglesby. director of the Supervisor Rodney Hull.!!
spouse, and creditor of Mario Ave. Starke, Florida, 32091, working hours only- agree not to harvest the four'' USDA-ASCS P.O. Box 2413. the Woods $0.5(10.( Bradford Union Vocational
.Camp nella, deceased business under the firm presented by Merritt lower leaves of each stalk. Washington. D.C. 20013.: To be Eugene: F. Shaw and wife to Technical Center. to twelve The UMI-hour course -involved
SUBJECT TO: Interest, of Ene doing of "R R ENTERPRISES'' Williams. Producers who do not agree assured: of consideration! J.J. Wolbc.rl. Jr.. South side of Du I'ont Employees who maintenance and
Cam ane1Ia, a widow and Joan 680 name N. Temple Avenue Starke must plant no more than 100 comments should be mailed Call St. to E. side of Court St.. recently completed the 160- operating techniques for

Watson and Jama E. Watson. Bradford County Florida, Bill Haas new tractor for percent of their acreage immediately, Carver said. S28. T6S. R22E. $21.0(10. hour heavy equipment course. crawler tractors. mobile
her husband. tractorcades. complete with Robert L, Harris and wife to The festivities were con cranes front end loaders! pun
Intends td said
Mortgage receded in OR Book 32091, register AM-FM.! CD. air-conditioning. Food Darrell Wayne Hall and wife. ducted In he dinning room of scrapers and similiar heavy
under the Allotment
fictitious Increase
95, page. 142.l-favor of First name enclosed cab. 4-wheel'drlve.. Stamp January SE'4 of Si. T8S. R22E.: Lot 43 the Garden Restaurant equipment: units used! by l I\t
of aforesaid statute.
Federal Savfigs and Loan' provisions .and racing tripes. of Pine Ave. Crystal Lake Thursday. Dec. R. Pont at Its mining operations!
Regent R. Jasmin and Ronald : .
Association" ft Surla -rt/k/a Dudley Hardy best neighbor WASHINGTON Food developing propsed regulations llomesites. $31.500.) Attending the luncheon on at Camp handing und1uwley
Jasmin owners. to implememt the new John C. Smith and wife to '.III'I\ was ulroKsed
with high-rise swimming behalf of the school
i Guaranty Federal Saving* -and this 15th of stamp allotments for low- system
Dated day
and to It into throughout the entire
award. law. plans put John D. Snell and wife. SW were Superintendent Tom course
pool income families will
Association of Gainesville. 1977 Starke be. Increased '
Uoan AD.
at ,
,, December,. George Harper- best presi- Jan. 1 to keep pace effect 'next summer. corner of SE'' i of NWI4. SIB. Casey. School Director Ted Tht cmirse! w
."You 'end .each of you are' Florida.12/15 tpd 1/5 'dent and worst joke-teller of with rising food costs, The table below Usta'net T6S. R22E. SliM! OKlesby/ and Class InstructorJim the Vo-Tech School and home
severally notified that the the year award, Assistant Secretary of income limits effective Jan.I. Randolph L. Jones and wifeto Hunnicut. of the field work was conducted
hereby; filed its sworn Complaint Harry Hatcher- four casesof Agriculture Carol Tucker I. for i the 4B states and the Randolph L. Jones and Employees receiving cert.- in the mining areas of
plaintiff with Its NOTICE booze of his choice. and Foreman has announced. District of Columbia: wife. Lot 2. Block 2 of ficates were: Eddie Holmes the I Du I'ont Plants.
.together-
'Declaration of Taking in the Keystone Developer of Bradford Most Absent Secretary of the. Monthly net Income One-person households. Pinebreeze Subdivision. $100. Mose Covington MalachiJenkins
Inc. ha made application year award. standards also $262: jwo-person: households A.S. Green and wife to Christy Chandler. This was the sixth group
: Court against eligibility will
above styled you
to the Bradford County Zoning James Hester gift certificate risefor most households 1344; Three-person house. William E. Bigham III and Danny McKinney. Roger Kruduating from the Vo-Tech
,
and each of condemn'you a* defendant the above, Board for reclassification of the for eye glasses from Jan. I because under current on holds.- 1460: Four-persons wife. SE' i of NE'' of SIS. T7S.R20E. Howe. Kenny Thompson. School. Sixty-seven, men have .
;seeking to '
located in property described below from Wayne Whiffen. regulations. Income limits Inmost households. SShO.Fiveperson : $3.000.John Aubrey McClung. Lattimore received this training. Mr/
described
property lilA to R1B. Whiffen certificate households. W Kenney Sr. and I'latt and Mr. Casey
Bradford County, Florida by Wayne gift case are tied to the size Williams. Lloyd Bryan. Jr.,
Domain proceeding A portion of Keystone dub for eye glasses) .from of 'food stamp allotments. $687; 'Six-person households, wife to John W. KenneyJr. Saul Hankerson and Steve congratulated the graduates
Eminent Estates Unit 1, mao far as and James Hester Under the $827: Seven-person house and wife. NW corner of NE Wynn. and expressed satisfaction
You-are';further notifiedthat' pertaining to block 3, 4.5, 6,.7, .Qua Kopelousos-Greek eligibility'regulations limitac rise, income when holds. $913: Eight-person of NEI i. S10. T6S. R21E! Representing Du Pont all the u fib I he cooperative efforts of ,
the'plaintiff'will call/ up for 8. 9. 10, 11, 12. 13 and- 14 orthpdox cookbook with instructions food stamp, allotments are-. -, households. '$1047:. For each containing I acre more or less, luncheon were Plant (he Vo-Tech 'enter' and. Du' .'
hearing before the Honorable''Wayne located South Keystone off how 10 use: Increased.' additional household memberover $100.) Manager. Ken Plait Pont. .
fvt, Carlisle one of the St.Rd21. : in the Southeast part' Gene, MatthewJJ-lelBonlln Assistant eight, add. $133. .
Secretary Kore-
Judges of. the above. styled! of Bradford County, SeCtion The' Food Stamp Act .
editorial writing from
: CJay man said
Court on the ,20th'' day of. 24 Township 8 South, flange 22" Today.. '. allotments In monthly he stamp ,requires USDA to' adjust 9PP"- ; Crafi' .
February. 'A.D., 1978. at .10 continental 48 Learn Your Favorite '. .
East ., Bb Mullin* animal-care a: states and District. of stamp allotments twice a
..o'clock A.M..In Darnbers..tthe This change in classification i II merit -badge. '. Columbiawill i increase by'at year in line.with food price '. '
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8radfos'd'OUnfy .Court- subject to a public hearing to be.held changes as reported by'' the i
Buford of' -
Mitchell pne set least two dollars'for air Sign Up Now For The .
Florida it* .
house Starfca'
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Labor Sta .
T Qf' tlstcs.
on ndav. January 31. Lincoln Logs. households .., except : tingle Bureau, : 1
application for an. Order 'of 1978.at 7:30:; p.m.Vin: the CoUnty'.Comnission howell Naiworthy.Honorary' persons.] For: example. the These price changes are J Following Classes. : .. : .
Taking In accordance -with Its .
Room in the Bradford Charter Membership allotment for-a reflected In 'the. cost .of' the "
family of ;
' ., Declaration of Taking heretofore County Courthouse': At this. |In' Rotary 'and book- on will be Increased from 1170 four'to- Thrifty Food FlarE. ,Allotrnent I MatrtW Entry .. .,.. '.. : .
,flied !In this ce ;: Al1op.srtillll to. time all person interested shall/ "How | Made It Big Through $l74, Food adjustments.' take' effect .
Stamp allotments.: _ '
this'" JUt and ad other interested. be "heard for or .agalnat the Hard Times." '. are" based.on the -coat of the January land July-: -, r Batik. cMt4,*.', M h...,aft .: .' .' "-
parties mey'appear" at the time.arid proposal, a*' specified 'in the '. yard .
Ted. OKlesbyjuOk U.S.- Department .
of 39 T.l. Matin' .afc0eMaqrame' > ,
-plac.dealgn, tId and be .
Zonlng Code- 'of. Bradford, license.. fpr VoTe schoolequipznefli. Agriculture's: Thrifty. Food HOUSEHOLD HINTS .;1 '.
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h\NIrd\ ; . .'
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.. . '. County. ; Plan; January Classes .': .
'i .. '. A'No- : A.R. Kiefer. Chairman, Lowell Parrl h-;. Shamrock Net Income cut-offs also wftli( byMaryS. YearU ..
Bradford County 'Zoning Board Award for patience! in hand-, 'be higher.-exce'pt'.for one-and b ,
Eachdefendant-fc herebot'f'eo- December ;3q, 1977 'holding 4-H Club, parents. twopersonhouseholds.] --Thef Your County Extension Sketching & Watercolor Bn>n*.Thur :.t, '
Home .
q red to serve written defense Itchg 1/S .'. JimmV Peek-- .travel &kit. monthly net income limit for a* .QUESTION! Economic:What.Agent Is Jan. 28 7-9 p.m. Reg. Fee '15" For .8 CJa..as.PUS .. .,
'If
nytor laid Complaint on: 'sandwich .)In. road family of four. for .
: wrapped example: liquid brown, sugarMs.: MaterialsDocoupage -
'DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION' :
NOTICE. OF INTENTION. .'nvap.>nd. tranitlatlon'Into. 27' will'yrlae* from S567- to" $580. '" -' Begin FrL;. Jan 20. ..
REGISTER- of"1 Can You a 1j.W.t. Begin Tue*. Jan. t/; 7.8Prn, ; .
TO the. ;
Post Off Ice Box'l089.UkeOty: ,' language Get. HowEver, income- limits:; "," !: tu {stealbrown 9:30: 12 Noon; Reg.:Fee '10" For ..
FiCTrnQtJSNAME 'Better( 'Interest {late/:/ for1 '.(he: one.and' two-person. (hi form..'You jise' ..'
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:Florida 32066;c/oDtatrlct Two. -. sugar liquid Reg. Fee 'ts. For 3 Classes.. Plus Materials. -
: L.' i *. J--' George PierceNo.. 7. ..onyourprograrm..No household will not. change, only half ,44 much, liquid 9 Classes. Plus Materials. '
49041)r752-3300.Ed
'Attorney ,
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Pursuant to Section tI65.m. I hi These income '
standards 1$2621)
; your < |
brown
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brown sugar regular
'JBU.IV1" / .. ,, : 'Florida Statutes' 'notice r*.here? .heart: Year: { of. the Gator and'-,'SU.: respectively) will! sugar. Once opened.-a should/ *. &.**I *M t Or*** ..'.* .
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by that' tilt, undersigned Bumper' Sticker: ; '' .", ..remain at ,TJSDA's : -
fliyen '
OF"FLORIDA' DEPARTMENT poverty be refrigerated.: contains no.preservative WITH THIS ''e'IufI''OHendm'deGi .t
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PttBon' Autrlan flAOfl
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OF" TRANSPORTATION: Thorrw E.- fyan Ken .PlaJl to 'guidelines.\ Food. stamp i i'regulations.currently *; additives or Furniture. Art C.-fie SoptrtlM
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OffioV'of 1510 Plachus'FiCrida-3261S. : English dictionary.; In effect IIrt frlCla)'- coloring. It isr. 1 70 COUPONMf .* .
:legal- Operation. Custom Picture taming
urtdw/ the1 firm \
doing\ business Dojph Reddisrvgotd- require. USPA"M use either pasterizedand vacuumsealed. .
Heydon' Bu,"* BcsMrtg name'of' 'SPECIALTY plated FBI-ID card allotment-based calculations ; .
,Tallatiaaee, FlorJdar 32304eJo. BUILDERS." 31 VT'North.'; .; ''Drew' neddiih\ house-* or the poverty; guideline.* :, .. Hstrsa*' I $N.*. S BY' % !

''tE"'PooMr'IV, Temple Avenue. --Starke broke,,'Kangaroo caddy: Whichever, are higher 'ill ....,," : '.?o'.. ..
,((904f, ;'488-201 f. : Bradford County? Fferlda.32081. Freeman Register' .i loo. oq setting income'' eligibilitylimits -.e: _plit ...... 10;: .. -' .
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,'on-'or. before \he alA'day'" T- Mr_'C.W.r .:
Intend to register said fictitious gallon Shell .gasoline. f ,' pea ,
''February'A.p.: 1978 '."*'"..' 'nsmeundar1''the .provision (7f .John 'Torode'i 100.000 New. food' stamp legislation -ANSWER" I Split pea afr. ", hu..t: -- .

,ItIi) with Jh* Ctorfc".Nha 'aforesaid statute; : 'gallonsGood '-Gulf 'gasoline; recently signed by.President called auch because. they are Ml frMr* % Ul. .
'a&Jeiryled!! Court on kiddies> 'ThOl'l'llli'' C. Ryan,'owner. :; agricultural: exemption on.Powell's Carter .'- change' tMCroeedlree"forHttIn41n .actually) vtpiit.. .duringvroceiirrtC '. 'C-ooonGoodlhrujin' 31. UTS 'iow. C.88tTne1. '
to how ca.. vihat right: ma/ Dde9dayofJanis.y.'A.D. Dairy.Freeze- ome'" ;:. .;- 'Ma l1rnebreak. ,. ....,. }ofI' : '
WeresL-'or Hen you or any of you' 1978 at Stafke' .:' Florida/ i Ed 'RJpplln er.-. a '.tUn.Ctional U *them In hall after their ,J ,.-.' ,;

foye M and the. .IW'JDMtv....,r-. <*-- 1/54tpd-t/2e-. :.',. Carwssli.. not yetineliect.,' ', USDA |III now' skins have been removed. ,>'. '
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Ir- :.Over 100 New Hoinfes Being Built In C'ouQty:: : .w I



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In 1977Starke End Bradford

County had $7.903,405 in new & J '.

construction and repairs with' ,' .
over 100 new homes )
presently;' JTN
under construction, many'toward dt
the I Keystone Heights
,
area, the Starke Country I' yd)
I J
Club area und Lawtey #
t4iJ 'r rL
.
ow-, '
Completed within the city of "e .
Starke during the year was
the half-million dollar
Bank on US-
301 at Bradford Square; lease r I { 1
office space on the site of the
old Phillips f6; Bulk plant and
expansion south of Alligator bd
Creek by Jackson Builders
Phases 4 and 9 of Bradford
High School were completedIn
1977 at a cost of $708.123.
The expansion added about fti i
23000 square feet to the
existing campus. Funded by
the 1979 legislature, a $3.1
million second phase at
Lawtey Correctional Institution 1 f,
was completed and
dedicated In April. Followingin um tiCt

May was the dedication of .. 1 : .. ..-, .
(Hope Baptist Church on Sit } -I J ,

100. south of SlHrke A crew from Winter Haven working for All-Slate Homes, a Tampa firm was busy Tuesday + Iu, G ,
Other new construction In afternoon doing the rough carpentry work on this new house" on SIMS west of Starke near SR-225 a
the county wan the tiarrard Owner Is E, Ron (Child The thilds are living In a small trailer on the site until the home I.IInlsh.d Is 'k\\ 4 r V"hI "
Mold near Law ley. The 9,000 workmen said Tuesday The rough finishing
They will be In their new house In 30 days, .u,
square foot plant representing work was a two day Job workmen said. Then a dry wall crew will come In, followed by a finishing
an Investment of around
SUO.OOO, exclusive of equipment carpentry crew.Construction .

opened in April. in the county Kaiford, 10 homes the area makes for more orderly
A too.OOO investment was has jumped about $1 million of US-MI north, not Including growth," said zoning director
the opening, of Zedra each year since 1973 when It Lawtey; 19 homes in Lawtey LM Gaines.
Hamilton's boat manu was $4.724.391, In 1976! it and the Lawtey area including Within the city of Starke the
facturers Brooker also this was $5.6.14.7-49, and $6,658,328 Strawberry Acres. types of permits are lumped

year in 1977 The average price of now under broad categories. Total _H___'_'.
County building permits in Itecords in the county construction is 525.000 with construction and repairs in
1977 totaled 7 1970 but the amount was the courthouse, show 130 zoning board. County Down mostany country lane you are liable to run across font structure, with a fireplace being built by Mltchall Crawford -
$6.6SH.328, up from $5.634.749. homes received final con With the jump in construction The largest portion, $ .600) a new home going up. for Brian Johns a 22-year-old bachelor.
an 18 percent Increase over struction approval and were the county /( inspector was in residential dwellings Mont people don't realize how fast the county is growing, says Johns, a local man working for the Galnmville Fire Department -
1976. occupied in 1977, although made over 1,74'J! on City records show 24 permitswere Zoning Director L.M. Ualnes. says he will play It by ear In dealing with the house, but
In comparison with construction building permits may have site inspections, zoning office Issued for nonresidential fllurnlta good Investment.I might turn It over In a few years
in the county for 1977 been purchased In a prior records reveal. The county construction at a The above home Is being built In Five Oaks, a subdivision on If he can make a profit, or...
with 1976 and 1975 single year with zoning director L..M. cost of 108750.: Three permitsfor
family dwelling permits were Either under construction Gains and secretary Janet mobile homes were issued
155 in 1977,141 in 1976, and 112 or recently completed are Turner, keeps a month by for $24,810.; The largest $31,110 Grunt Received To Operate Youth Employment ProgramThe I
in 1975. Mobile home permits over 100 new homes Several month detailed tabulation of number of permits 106, for
246 in 1977, 271 in 1976 and 2.16 areas that have had a boom in each type of permit Issued. $21)1.W7) were Issued for Florida State Employment school education. The YET working us clerical Each participant will be
in 1975. There were 27 commercial construction are 18 new homes "I am pleased with the fact repairs to residential Service In Starke Is geared toward low-Income aides etc. There will be manyyoung involved in an orientation
permits Issued in south toward Keystone, off that Bradford County Is dwellings, Four permits for has received an allocation of families and works with the people who will not be program geared to many of
1'I77.! 11 in 1976 and seven in Sli-loo; 14 homes north and growing at a slow pace rather $: l.5bO; are listed for all other 5:11,110: to operate a Youth youth who are high school able to work but will be Involved the essentials in the working
1975 south of SK-16 towardon than rapid influx people, it structures and buildings. Employment; Training drop-outs or potential dropouts in IMTS lab testing and world, such as labor market
Program (YETP) under the instruction, which will be orientation Interviews and
Comprehensive Employmentand The combination education- offered by the area Vocational resume preparation. All youth
I 2 Bradford High Band Members Earn Training Act Title III. work experience program Center through! a non- interested may pick up applications
The pro rom Is designed to pays participants to work financial agreement with the from Bradford High
help alleviate the problem of while being school attached, Employment Service, The School's and Votech's
high! unemployment In youth in various nonprofit agencies! Vocational Center has matching guidance offices or from the
I Places On All-State Band 16 to 21 years of age and give around Bradford County. funds for a similar Florida State Employement:
them incentive to get a high These participants will ho program Service.

Betsy Yawn and Lee Feltonof ( these days and on the final
Higher Utility Bills May Affect Food Purchases I
(the Bradford High! School day several concerts will be Stamp
Hand have been selected us given by the different All-
members of the IB7B! Senior State groups, as the chorus, .Effective; January I, 3. Upon application or recent actual bills coupled a lower food stamp purchase
All,Slate K.md orchestra, band and stage households receiving food refer!if ical Ion. all eligible with other available information price, contact your local food
bind. households which can will he used to stamp office and ask to have
Betsy a sophomore at hIllS skimps may qualify for a
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ar '
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is the daughter of Mrs! lila lower food stamp purchase document increases of more project future bills \our case review'eel. ,
Itac Yawn of Starke She was Auditions were held last ifs price if heating or than $2$ over their previous 4. In states using standard' In ..Bradford.! Coupii' ;..the '
selected to play second'chair (iNov II and students who tried utility' hillls KI oiipnth winter month's heating, nnd-or utility I.lIblelilo( compute utility costs,,I office,, is .at. m: $..\\IoIII\l\! M.
fourth"\ French horn" out were required to know all Announced/ thi'Utpurlmt'nt! of btlls.-tl) (vrrrM.h''''"lIlInten .ihuutwlMiUJui niayvilMiiton to 01'. .SmttfK: Starke. "*a.m; .-i j>,m.
l.eo. ,i junior is the son of 12 major scales and arpeggiosin 1I I health I and Rehabilitative days Households with from the I standard once during .Momla\: thru Friday, In I'pion
:Mrs Willie lce. Felton of two octaves the chromatic Services smaller increases will IKpiocessed a i certification period of two (County the office Is at the
L.IwIcy lie was chosen to scale, two excerpts from a according to nor months or more In addition Agriculture Uldg in Lake
play second chair, second Kuhank book and one minute The major features of the mat procedures when stales! update their Hutler. a m..1. p.m. Tuesday! : ,
tut>ll. excerpt from a solo graded!, 4, new rule are.I. Previously paid( utility bills utility standards, householdsmay and, Thurs!
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January .>. l ti, und 7 both r>. or Ii The higher the rating Lee .Iton Belay Yawn 1 I. Koixl Stamp Offices must will not he' averaged to switch from actualhills/
students will attend the All the more difficult the solo count the most recent heating compute the-. hnlllChold'smllnlhry to 111(' new standard during. the .
State Music (Clinic in Orlando The I audtions' were taped, division!! consists of grades" inII (xiHition in' the All.Slate Hand and utility hills received by utility allowance. ceitilication, period FTE Unit Floats .
along with other top and subsequently judged by and 12: ('.issells !laid: he and the other the household, even if the bills Bather the household's most To find out if you qualify forTVo

musicians from around (the experts (to determine/ All.State LIa nil director: Dean asset s members of t the high school. me not yet paid. '
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stale Rehearsals he hold participants( The senior said competition is fierce for aHead band me very proud! Costing Schools :
2. Within the certification
period, if heating and.or 'p
I School Board Sets Stiffer For Abusive Language utility bills go up by more than k less state revenue that was
Penalty $23. households who have not anticipated for schools means
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yvINIIIKIIV I..n'; Ull-ir IIKJU r stamps! a $'!II.: :THI! loss In state funds to

In an attempt to stiffen question for 1X( years He said In other business the board The board heard proposalsfrom for the month will have their llradford schools, Business
punishment for students using he had been called on twice agreed to make an offer of three telephone supplier cases reviewed right away If :Manager Eddie: Douglass .
grossly( !: abusive or vulgar this year about which rule $24000), the appraisal price. about a central switchboard the higher bills entitle the a result of less state
language toward a schoolemployee applied to an offense for 1,BO acres of land adjacent system for the in town school household to a lower purchase funds the Stale Department
a section was Following the advertised to Lawtey Elementary School centers The board tabled the price they will be entitled to Revenue lowered the value of
/1(1< Monday.: Dec 1'J. to the public hearing the board voted The appraisal valued the landat mutter for a week session un adjusted purchase price an "'1'''; \iwhich stands! for full
student conduct and discipline unanimously to add a section $60 a front foot for 400 feet after the first of the year within to days or by the end of S time equivalency student
code providing expulsion forth that 'grossly abusive or The property had been offered the month whichever is *} t Nrp unit) unit I mm SI1J7 to SHI'S.71.:
(' year vulgar langugage directed to the school board for $2'1.5IMI.<) In other action the board: sooner which results Inu net loss to
Monday action by the toward a school employee" Casey said there was a -turned over to the county Households who have s I the local I sihrxil( district
Bradford School Hoard has the consequences of seven definite need to expand the staff for evaluation bids'. on already bought their slumps ,,I \iif'MVM f >. The school; hoard
resulted!! from an earlier incident days suspension for the first school facilities since the semi tractors for commercial for the month should ask for a budgeted it:IBM: .lf.'J in state
in which a bus driver offense 10 days suspension for seventh grade had been added vehicle driving classes at the review to determine if their ''i ,d 6t" "1-TK: funds bill a Dec, 7
was cussed out." That In- the second offense, and expulsion and could be "critical" If the Vo-Tech Center next month's purchase price a 7 memorandum Indicates the
cident prompted" Hoard for a year for the third eighth grade was added in the Approved $2,331 in architectural should bo adjusted 1 system will receive only
Member Arthur Gaskins to offense fall of 1978 fees.Approved All households with increases $1741.57':: : !). u 59:1.510: loss .
ask for a review of the student a school handbook of less than $25 will be But as a result of the final
conduct code iaskm.s! said for the Vo.Tech School processed according to nor ''Qsw ,r i'"ssJ county tax roll being certiiicd
the student used 'terrible Starke Man Charged In GamblingStarke mal procedures. higher t than, the budget figure
language, and deserved Approved a CKTA project used the school administration -
insurance agent The ring catered to the that will utilize 13 workers the school sytem
"harsh" punishmentSuperintendent Tom Casey, John K:. Watson, III was 'younger set in town small three of them handicapped in I I II II will receive 53.4211 1 more- in
charged Friday. Dec. 10' withthree businessmen i and
who said the school system professionalmen" school centers. The nine I local ad valorem ( propeityctaxes
had spent considerable lime counts of wagering In a with bookmaking( on month employees are s' I than was budgeted So;
four County $10.000) = week
a
college and professional football federally funded
on the code and recommended the net loss to the schools ,
no change, said in that particular sports Gainesville betting ring centered in and baseball names. said -Approved Instructional Ir.JR.l \stem is $9.1.5'H less $:>.42B. or. ..
a police spokesman personnel appointments .l, SHil.1K4.(
Douglas explained
incident the punishment .
i. Unison, :tl: ,. was one Of six ,
Two of the MX arrested J Mi ndy Beville, Charlene
%' was appropriate to the The $H ,164 loss.In revenueresulted
/ special education student. persons arrested by the cityFriday were charged with Ennis, Elaine Griffin. Donna ,It. in an operating
School board attorney Jesse county narcotics and being bookmakers, Watson, Hartley. and Susan Scott: lr budget balance at $12.778
Wolbert said the problem orgam/ed crime unit in charged with three counts of leave, Robertha Snell; Because of the low balance the. .
.. would be determining what is Gainesville More arrests wagering, and the three Resignations Annie B An- Puppet Shown Presented At LibraryThese business manager recom-
i "grossly abusive" since the were promised by that unit.i in others! charged with wagering derson, retirement after 38 mended, and the board"'approved '
several Police
i r Supreme Court had been bettors days.' t well took were released on their own years teaching' 30 of those in youngsters( Including lisa llrown. 'Stephajtid; Cub. postponing action; on a t ,
as a
target
j battling over the same look makers as recognizance! Bradford County, hedge Lori Sapp and Terry Crews seem enthralled with the $10.099 fencing project at.. .-
I presentation of two puppet t shows at the library Friday, Dec..30. Bradford High School I.leaving

I Starters Treated To Christmas Party r't t a fund balance. $22,778, "

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... .. Over ;JIN!' ) (Head Starters
.. along' with their brothers andMfcleis

M 1 r celebrated with, .1 (
.. i Christmas pait.vednesdav' a
.' Dec 21. lit the Civil Defense y' (
: p.uildmu: o
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; Irom Urndlord and I nion
'1 t ('amtreceived lunch a gift 1o
.md candpurchased from ,,
{? :.-:. 11 en; d Start, lunds under thc o +F r rJd ,
i Sue IlIIl1l'l' It h'er Economic;
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I' -'.... Council The staff "volunteered r;; oi- 5. I
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t ', their .time at did many
y
'. ;;. parents to decorate a tree a
:r. "Norman Produce a't 9 a ,
'S; td'n I ,floiuled In "
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/ .and serve refreshments Both siring and hand
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:. ;! I hustmas decorations were puppets capture this little

....i.,; '. donated b>' Van II Priest. fellow's e>e. tana Schmidt .I
fjs..': n ef. 4 J ": ckerd', and Andrews Drugs demonstrates to the over 40
:; 'and :Martha :Mvrick. children present how the MA
work.
puppets
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Thomas the Terrible
which Is
.. The program,
written, produced: and
scheduled to reopen January ,
\,, 9. has been closed since Nov 7 Chantee letrearce Reeves directed by Betsy Yawn r '
These youngsters Annett Rlgdon. Dallas. Sylvester and awaiting a transfer of holds onto her Christmas gift assisted by Girl Scout' Troop
Kenetha glass ,were among the :200 Bradford and Union county 'paperwork from the local at the (Mead Start party Dec. 669 and friends, was presentedDec. Creator of -Imnglnarlum" Todd Schmidt l and tome of the puppets from "Thomas the
children participating: In Head Start Christmas party. Cubb agenc to SREC.





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1 MB telaprion. i.* .achangoi In II.fthd 473 m -- .KystMM.1.' *.... Ht*. ,:j1 j1wE..UvtlL.k.! '! C Times .. .. Chris 496.2261 REALTY J J'i


.na. 7S '_ S" ;SlttS. ? Monitor . Linda 473-2210 (, 3

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HOUSEHOLD FOR SALE HELP WAITED FOR R HOMES' FBI SALE PERSONAL SERVICE STARKB. FLORIDA I 'i:

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NEED TO CLEAN YOUR OFFICE MGR FOR LAW OFFICE SPACEAVAILABLE 2 BEDROOM BRICKtaartlaly DISABLED VETERAN .' .

TYPEWRITER? c:_. by FIRM Mae ka... .....' S7S W. ..... carpeud, caalralka WB1.1... eel,.., gareaa II WANTED '. -
HINTS Tk Off... Sky. wd plak. epearn' h...... sap*...a** sad abb. Street I.... Batter. Matael aid air. _oIttlael..; ....... t. keep. th. .. Low Income houses good repair. .

ll..jaM .r ...**. ...... t* .,.... ..,_.... Cheeky. Rebert*... 10S NW ...*, ..... Kakd .*.**.... ...te. J".... 471-340
by Mary 8.Vea,.. lar year typ.wrtl.r.GARAGE Apply 1'''. Slata E...'. 4tb A_.... .r aaB 14134534174. back yard, ale* .*.... tUChg' IN THE COUNTRY y
Your rat Brvl., I..,. City, 13/2 TI.I.... tbwbeed, S28.MO. Cat 944- '
County I Ask" lr Mr. McDeaald.Itaba 'en.10. ll/2t Ikhg till M Rallord Road 24k ere-Frame horntrees)
BALE Dally I i JR. R :S HEATER
k. Extension. HomeEeooomlct ... t.* mxm., -II."...." ; 1/S FURNISHED APARTMENTSl CLEANING: AND REPAIR Earlton-4 BR. 2B. CH&A. fruit trees .peaceful .

Agent CwvevBRSiaWaWMl.iaLawtey. Ustbt. *. bet water Whtar .. .It tha. Ballord-brlck horn with a rental Home"\r.r i acre .l'
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QUESTION How U dry E.*ry. _...... i rata.... ...... (444O71.Itakg I ;.... '*..*,. to b. ton .have yr ....,.*.. ... Handsome brlckibulMer's horn, pool, all extra j
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milk made? (Mn. G.B.) RESPIRATORYTECHNICIANi 13/3 d* aad aivd ell *1prPrty .
PUBLIC AUCTION; .laraac* .1..... aad. 20 acre*. well.tank and pol-clrd pretty
ANSWER Instant non-fat T.eeU T ._. d/" Must haveeaperleaee. hi ...... Buds .... .. Calf .
,$r. Raaateatada 4 acres, 3 BR frame home,well, mobil hmsit.
milk Is ...... haepttal .I.04ak. la Ceatact; R.L. ''*'_. Rt. 3
dry a dairy product ..C..be reached ..... S BR MOBILE HOME .largeavlag .*.*.S."pbM. *4....... fat s.7824I2S ,>r M44902.7tpd New I BR CB home. 1 acre, furnlitied ..
with the fat SEVERAL
and water removed ITEMS K .. .FrL 5.4.96444000.6139. .. Grille. .... ..... Batlm. Itpd 1/S Hampton.frame. CHAA 1H acre neat .
r. *
from pasturized fluid .... .... 12S| .....M* be... .
......... 1/S 2tcbgMASTER /p2 "04481*. Itpd 18FOR GOOD PRICES PAID fore '
milk. The process: that S3S| .1 hair any .... ......1. ...... II STARKR -'
".ao/; ...., T....... Cberdrt.aa.S2SO r Stark Plaza reduced .
produce It makes &large ......... la 3/4 paid erare. Demorest Property near :
flakes to dlssovle "Instantly" aad ... .*75! M.Berd.. |...'dab. RENT 3 BR trader. ., : MOTBR T US .j OLIN'S MOBILE' Church St.-oooe) rental property-tTOOO. ..,

In water. S2O _/. 3'.r.. COSMETOLOCISTtPrlrrdi MM for..*.... Ray Pwll, HOME BALER 984-MOO.' 2 BR with Income apt.-lmpeccabl. order : .

QUESTIONS What cut of .....|.et. SZO..P....BBaahlB. BM8813. wU *aaUrJaalar 4M4377. 1/S Itpd Opaa 7 ..,. w...a,. d/.... Lovely lot-Ore9 Acres-nice neighbors .

meat is the rlbeye? (Mrs. Had 1/S ) *prlrt Per lalepfcea HOMES 3 aad 3 IUZUKI OF BTARKEi year Madlson-2 story-good repair-large lot '. ,
M.M.) YARD 475-2211 I .... .. MOBILE. ......... Su.kl ........ SEPTIC TANsTdi REA9E 2200 Sq. Ft..4 BR,2 B, CMA, near schools fencedMadisonnearly ,

ANSWER A rlbeye roast lethe Nertb ,BALE ea ...11.I... UN 4 at 7, ,.30 p... .r 47S.2852 ec.Aak .........**.* ..la....aaBtry...,...far-... Pb.... ...-SOZO. 140 ...... TRAP cleaa**!*. ... II.... new Brick fir.place. corner; lot .
Ur Dark. Walcat ((301 8..'" la reacaaabl,*. I.. Feravlh J t
tl/chg
with 480 ft. FR with IIreplace
boneless Ha"-w. 11lAPARTWVTB .. Contemporary sq. ,
heart
meaty of ". mm* Fraaltlv 12/15 4Khc "Sterte.) tl/..bg 431-1022. All .ba.lae.a.. .
the beef, standing rib roast It Cb"". dirt reed ea left.. -- ..,....t... 3/31 "./... ape Mimosa Dr. brick 3130: Sq. ft., child's.paradls .. :: ,
has an excellent flavor and (Is'. 'r1115
High S...*.. grad. Bcalted *I aa jia4a t BILL" SAW SHOP! C.. LAKE PROPERTY . 4Hamplon i
superbly tender In the higher ACREAGE) FOR BALE 7 ..,...b.4. TV A/ 8006
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grades.QUESTION. ... 3 .U.s East .. [MUM p.al.i.; par saw..dol. Tra.i::r., ......*... a4 ...... SERVICE plate elrcalar bsrp..1.g.head, ..,"",1.1 1... -B.autl/ul custom brick,.lare lot. dock; ,
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: My bread has 4 14O3 aHarmm. A.....'.... Veatb.altr.bihig adJ.I.d.gUsd.rwwd c....... ...., Made. ...1... Klngsley-Rambllng story-prlcd right. .
large holes In It, what am I 5 tn 4t bs126 Fast A."....... -.....v............... ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOVSt (Taad aad ...1.... I..... H.mp'oft.Furftl.1Ied redwood !brick vnusuafKingsleyLarge :

? ....... Pheaa 944-4S94 ... ...... remodel) ham with 3 rentals \
doing wrong (Mrs LS.t PIT:BULL DOCi ...... 7S. .. "" ..,1'. Call eellectt at I. Baildlag Supply .
ANSWER: Follow your ....d,who p.",..See taaparMfcit US. Navy. Reeralter. 372' 3 BR MOBILE HOM wltk 1 ..*..7.... d/.... 8'....ar K.'.... H.lgkU., COMMERCIAL '. '.': :.: : ',1

directions( carefully. Usually ..8100. P.... 4J1im. 1111. ........ Military d/c.. :., '. i'
.. leed 1/2 .bath CH/A. .......... PIANO LESSONS Clvea I. Tuck's Drive ln-301 S., great.location.
large holes and tunnels are alter 4.30 f.. Had .....posaha.H.rmI..... 30 day paid, 150 ..r .*.&11. kilad** mrf. m.... ...... S..., '- -- Mot*1-301 S-UvIng quarters pins income. .4

caused from overmixlng. U CHANNEL CBI "...u... _.10&. ...... Barbara. pkkap" sad *eatrelwater. ..*..*... Pb..* Skaraa, 4751373. SERVICE ROCKENSTEIN P.... TREE.. 7000 sq. II.-414 Brownie SItorag. or stored. .' ..
QUESTION] Why are some T.......* type with ..ateaaa. p.. ., ...... car.. pb. P..... 473 2383.Itchg Sky' 1/9 "......tip .1 large tr tr...r. Several homes with apartment .
dried beans red 1SFURNISHED .
and others 100. Pbaa 4429 8397.00 per .elk ctartlacr Interesting bldg. 301 use i i1m
will ...,.... pac.0>aity el many i iI
pink? (Mrs. T.H.) .r (.....*.. Itpd 1/9 pay ler E-l. 1/S 4Ukg' 1/ji DO YOU NEED aBawkper II..* breehlag. aad. .lacr****

ANSWER Pink and red ROOMS withKrvate ... growth, yleldlag m
*a* day a a *rsprduetlv..at
beans are related to the kid- LOTS FOR SALE Little bulb CH/A. ka**> wki Leeel '. .'..... ...". Freeeatbaetee. .
bean Both used In CLAY COUNTY CETAi 1 la*.. ..."**.*., to ...11.... Ph.. .
ney are ._ tbaa aa .... I23OO. 1 caB 498 2743. Itqd. Gd..w ll.
Mexican dishes and chili. Eat ef HaaiplM Lake. H_.....* P'..... has ....... area Moalklyreatale 1/1 37378. TREE TRIM : I.THOMAS
Pink beans have a more 8R-18. Pbeae 488-1853. th.. leOewbig ........ 0.. call M4-7344, arMtoct MING REMOVAL STUMP I RALPH m )
ea ........ Mgr. al 314 N.
beans. .r. ...t .... REMOVAL fERTILIZING.
delicate flavor 1/S 11.2BASSETT REALTY
than red
: 2tpd .........1. tr.......,.... Tempi Av*. till 2tpd 1/12 SAW SHARPENING D,.. 12// Btpd 1126CUSTOM BRYAN 1.
.M ., Ace Hardware
HOUND PUPS, 8245/bar. plaa lie per la I b.Star. .
For further Information .11.. la .rdr t. ....u., ler Kayeteae S."". Service Real Estates .21NarthWalaatSt.
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concerning your household this.. Jab *. aiaat be Clay Statlea. I. M.I..... 1/S 4tckg MAUI: ...FlerUa. ,3201 ,
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4734521. 1/9 t eke. 1/12 y ......... ....**. aad Ihtralched I/I DRAPERIES J H* are .
write to your County Exten- C."" ".W..', aad be ....... Pleaaa. call .. 2M7 N. Tempi .....1.1F.'aA.I.T.
w .tecklag lot. .1 labrlc.iFree
sion Home Economics Agent HOGS YerkaUr. Bon 6 "......,. fer IS eat el the 04-7521.. lUbg' 1/S ...... w:.:,
Mary S. Yearta P.O. Drawer .bred Y.......... awe S bet 20 week. be a ....., NEED CASH? W* buy junk eailnat. L.. .. 964.8788OFFICE ....Ealat +"'I 1
Nl.phea. pheaa 490 221*. '
1020, Starke. Florida 32091 or ,.... (Ota, ready ta ..... al a ".11, ... .... wellar* s BEDROOM TRAILER -......."..aad ,...d. Jo. 0/41 ilrha.7CASH OPEN ALL 0.. ..-,.--.home-- shoe :."

call !964-6280 Extension 284 2 aaiall pig ktt. P...* 9 472S1. ..,...., er ...t th. I..e. hi* Cacaplatelv ........ .!Mtrfclty -. Shaw,.Ray Fault, 49411"a .. .w.i .,... sad mobile
....1... I >.Itpd 1/9 .. ..1..1..... aet by the ............ Uaderwd 494 2829. 8/4 "./. DAY SATURDAYSUN .
(Starke) Or Lake Butler 498- pja Ollle. .l M........, aad FOR GOLD Sterllag, ...... aa SR-100 8.....
Mete I 31/3 .ih. ----- -
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2321. This service Is free to .... V BYAPPTMENTHI awns .......... lrm .
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FEEDER PIGS;: Pbeae 9445047. ..t. Waditagtea. Stark a* US 301. I/S Stckfl' INSURANCE Rlk... ,. jewelry dl.tnondi. Colas, .
everyone without regard to 1/S Apply at Fla, Slate E.- 1/12 lamrcac Aacy. Faraier.aad dental. gold. Will vi.lt ,.u 3,200.IJ
race color or national origin. Itpd pl.,..., 011.. .. ...,.... 8 D....,. Beak BuOdlag, .",......... Ph.... Mr. [ Merge Read 3 BR --- ,
a... aad S p..., Caarth** COTTAGE ON BROOKLYNBAY pb.". 4 S.SU.Lake. B.ll.r. Rln..... 47S.1089. IFS 4tpd trams home. aa 1 acre N..... Acre.with Matte Saab. .,
.. WEDDING GOWNS. S. 10.. A....,H.'.l6.G.... C.". ROAD 1 .........., 1 ;I0MAINCS/" 41/rbe. 1/26 *.... work.. Reaceaable at calvcrt.. aad water, ready '.j. j
/ very ale*, cathedral. tralalacladd. I. mebla. .*... HampUaa. .
Sprlaga." 1/S SI6.700 ?
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.. "bath, L.L.D. ceaiblaed, ----------- -: .
Can 964-8388. INSURANCE a. 8R-3U awar wll

Itch. .; //be6'.ACRESSR 1130/aumiea..." laeladed. N. .......P.... AGENC .- ISO Bath ....... 20 A.... with 3 BR ....... I....... S,000. .. ..' .
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230. CETA POLICEMAN Clay 473-4422 ave. aicbgAUTOMOBILES. A. ... ,..... .4903978. .
Flat laad ta cur Lake Bulla park M.bll. Yams. 83120 '., ,
with. .. Ceaaty CETA.5l.o I I. aewacccpthia P.... for *....t.> .. aate. ----- ea \...
...... P.pine...tree 1413949438 S30.OOO ; appUcatleaa tar ......, ...... ...da, aad. I... ol chargalSlagU .. S A.... with 4 BR brick lot. acar K.y.te. with ..
alter 8 12/29 ... peUce Hlcer ler the City _......1 /.. ...*. 3/17 ..... .1... I. *ccc. to HaleboMa. .lake.. I.rIc.
p.m. SiC/20 .I K.y.teae H....'.. Applkaat d/... ) wldca only, w* will -- ,. sill S8.00O.' ::.
block. anchor. Cwm.rkri
kook-ap I ,
301 la .It,. ----
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Only one variety of mushroom alu.1.pr.wlyd UTILITY BUILDINGSt, _All. .01.wlug.* u.Nt....1111.10.die.. l 74 Gras T...... EIIUi blue Every*.** I Is fe..:;.;'.I .. .'/....... All lor aaly Over 400 It. Ireetage. Nice eaa bedroom .beat. .
commerciallyin r R.ild.at .. Clay. Ceaatyi with whit. Tkayl top aadkturlori ".......Iat. .....,... by 830/moath reatal. ----- perfect ler ,.... .r r*. i.
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: grown tablealbtawlUkaji, akU, Uaeaiplyd ler 30 days lilt .J.1| AM IFM Strackt ph.. .." JOE USHER Call today! 1 acre. t*100 .....,Lawteyarea. tlrvd. **apl(.. *ems awlarltar t--\\

the U.S. It can rang 'romdak .taaaae., aid. ..gr.v.. Bar,. ...., Felice Staadarda*r ... ....... In I ....r l:AGENCY 49S2120 ar 490V OLIN'S MOBILE Low dew pymmt. *.....It..... ap-

brown to pure white. .1 *(...........a.t ap U ap.riaaacki 48 Ceaa.ll Tr.la.dl ad air. ....* .M4707S *r tr to" A' .. .HOMES ,;'It !L ,Ie I w.sr II....... .1.......: '"'iBcladlaswacMaft .
Difference; "rsnegtgiblebut; ,I. "',iBiaa.ail.ally ......... 8613100'! :, ;: 00 W.et' L.....:. meahla.. *. --', '
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If'"'the''darkel'Ondi' : are firmer? .. "n' n .. 8t.... 1"! I .t TSCw'3'BRrrB.a.CHAurpt ; .lamed *a Or.... .81.
... delkied by Ollle. .1 ..14
.IrI..Star.eoIO .
*r REPAIR weMtag lavkatleaa .. ."
better for skewering less M4-6021. 5/12 d/..... M......... aad B"....'. TWO FORD PICKUPS. .. aad ...r."I... K.yct.a 964-6804 I ,."...Mr ..*..d 11.400.. (
and I..... lot ."t.... .l .It -----
eauly bruited -tome Apply at Old C.,...".. latraatlaal dump 1wlr.. 11/3 U. y
laHawtkera
flavorful. 'rII.'. P... ----- 130 plae acre
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believe-more VAHIA HAY Arp.tta. CeacaiBalty Service Olllc .
Ita" 1/11 10 Acrn IB R....,. .,... *a *ld 301.r .
915 Walaat
"_. 8t, Gre.a Cere
highly Lrtaimed. *044071.
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7/21 tll.... Springs, ...,..*. 8:30: a... REPAIRED all make. SMI. foickif. timber. and ..* hall la paclar. lead.leaeedd '
"Ridicule ll the test of truth." aad 4i30, p. c. Equal EBB- 74 F.... C.arkir Track1.79J al..a.d..11.4. aad .... DMtar*. .. era* t
PATIO COVERS avaOahle.81.100
10 20
far --- Fluarlug
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William Hazlitt .....* ... ..... ....... pl.',..1/S., Oppertaalty. .r bit cadi. .rr.,. '7. Werk ..........JaaaaaStricklaW GEORGE ROBERTS,JR. ,Silver 8..... 1....., 3 BR per *cr* .
189 ....... *1S* ....- lukg P" 782-3903! 12/2 2tpd ,ceraer el M.,... Rear. Ral E.Ut. B.....' I",.:,!... hors es -: -__ .

I ctall.d GATOR MASTERCOSMETOLOGIST 115 .... aid Hwy 1*. d/.... P...... 964.7820 .btUl.kit with."Jol.'.. 140 .... ...r Key Me*.... ... ; .

WANTEtIWANTED ALUMINUM. P...... '371707 WHEEL DRIVE FORD. N....."Tample awe.r acreage available.. ._.r wU 0....., . ". ,
4020 N.W. 13th ..., .. BRADFORD SEPTIC ".. L.O.'D"' ----- Pi ..*TbeaM.Breker ." .
FeU. prelerredi, 4 day F150 RMCOT ..fekB, IC. OOmi TANK SERVICE B.......- STA.
CalaeaviUe, '/11 tl/ckg week. start ......"18'.1,. ...4 00..L ...ki.,4 mtm. lid. 840. Factaarvlc Rods. for bulldtac *r R.g.R.aiEwes. .
: V.... "1'1,."- FOR SALES 01...... C.. 9B4.8547 lar tourvl.wappelatmeat. I barrdl carb....... paiap-at* ._*, ". Pheaa. mobll ...... 0.. see lot ,

.te,., .....,., *... la ...tll.. l.r tay at...., avr tl/chaj H....'., a.tauU tree .....111..dtpd'LONGCHAMP* ,just oil 301 North W.U Ofi...
good caadltloa. Phaa Dab- aa I....., .ptle tank. and llfhtp.1.. 664.162Ev.a1.p
pwr *trif.
247 dlllr.at ...., ... .have ; .
..,'. DIccaBt, at 9 4.7923. Ik.al. .11. DAbaiar'. IIIGH SCHOOLGRADUATE power ........ alrca- 3.000. ---

llchgMISCELLANEOUS Di_..'. d/... Matlted dlU.ala. .. AM/FM Mnwkatr 2 BR Iracae ..... hi : 4
...,,1... aow| seed pay. **. Rfl bar, srifl guard :uPtry.0 r 3 ....... with 2 Fv.alns.and \\t krnd 5332210 '; t.. I
|86I I ...1| Travel ad with KC "".. lizIS RWL KIPHBRAN961 --- .
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W. alee .kav. ... .,... ., per
electric vasadwa.h.n.DAHMERS ...'.'., ._U..I '.....(.,. tlr. aad ckrai. ....... I, ome Rod Building; _.. In lUallor ASSOCIATES : ;..
DISCOUNT. (art ..........., eppor*. ......., al** ....-. bd MateriaJs S BR.3 bath block Steve Bla .... .. .' "

P.... 964-7123. d/... tvalty. Cratact U.8 Navy ...1.. Call SUv. T........ -WEBUILD- Saratoga- -Helgbtc.--...--- 'l\'Ay't: ncu'GI."O- En....-611I' ". "I V I t
Recraltlag 01(1.... 3720289reg. .M2.a *r "..73115.alter 0p. 90/45939al..ma --- :
IKT: MC SHOW YOU how | military .| ... acbgHONDA. Your Plant Or Ours Twe 20cre tract very .. Eppa
mad 11,000 .."t.. AUCTION eeap ,...0..18.. ju*< ell SR I* ....H-4-"HI :'
t. p.r Every Sat. tJ.If.,... fe... .ladglaga. 30 Your Lot Or Our
p.rl.time, call 485-1474.II19 sight, 7 pa. M.I.... Back ria,.paid ".... ..aaaaipl.t* paved read. I.1ST WITH I'SIII
\ _ttlpd.2/2/7 .__ .I P.. 0111... BIB Perry musical.. aad distal care plus AUTOMOBILE, FREE ESTIMATES brJckVabTbath.; latewa. J1I: ,XTIt'" :!
A.et....... 12/8 4tad 1/S S397JSO per .*. .tetI.. pay 177.A raally. .Md .bay.Call Remodeling Repairs 3 BR
473-M35 .
'ler E 1. 1/S 4/28 .r (644S43 alter FA1JLKNER
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FOR SALEWAT80N'S GUNS FOR SALEi 22'a',. 500: .... IS/22 3Uk( 1/5 Additions
15'., aad 38'i, aald at DAb TEXAS REFINERY- Homes Bought 3 BR. 1 bath block. .... hi E ;
..r'. Die...". TF/... Stark City; Imlta.. BcffprcMobile .f
HOUSE OF CORP.i .llr* PLENTY OF' RANCHERO OTl 1174. Call SoldTradedACREAGE -
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VACUUMS ...* bread ./ MONEY p..... each. .b....*..' Brae* W.lfnd, .M4-5504. ----- Larpje 4BR f.... I..... IB A .

... va.<*.Bi.. Ui.d GERMAN SHEPARD triage ....'1'* te aialaraladlvldu.U Itpd 15GRAND LR. tastily ..... ..a.a
.acblaceavailable.. Expert. inch. beautiful deg. guard hi the FOR ..r.., jut J en SR 10. r."..' /1 L
r.pab..U..k.. .. Part ... dog sad live papplea. ,.. 8t..IK.'."' ''. areawRegardlee PRIX ..*..*.. Uk. SALE ----- S.Water St.
.ce....,... for all "...". ....., Ihr. .. ....1... alee el ....,.....,. aw, 12,000 ribs. J.L.GladwaO. 301 N."". 3 BR. LR, 120 acar...Fl.,... np J

.,.,.m.. 404 NW lOtk and pure,twe...10.old yea writ A.P. Pate. Pr... SSSOO. Cal M48613. Iran .....ea tea ...... .S45005r ..
A..."., GalBecvUle.. P...... ran ace ,.. 'ot"., .1... 8100 T.... Rllary Cerp. ... 1/S 2tch| 1/12 96443853 tractor aad .'I"lp...". Home
3787110. &II.... for .1, ceatact Ell....'. 711. F." W.r... T.... Highway South. - -

---.- M..., eae Ball. earth .1 78101. lukg' 1/S 1176 TORINOt Tw. d.r.: Starke .S.v.r.l commercial. lotc .. OPEN SATURDAY
lak Butler hR.121.Zlchg ItUMO ..*. riifaal. S Ci| .\
ea WMr, 301. _ le..3.... '
FT{'ls 11"L ['J..1. !! 1/S__ AM/FM. P/8 P/B A/C.!
CBhacc
i BR
Eli. .... 11.500.fir.. 12 *cr*. *d.. John ,
SERVICE POLES P...* 471.2713.aakg *> with ream 2 3..dp tea Special. .! Frame
. BOOTSAT bath..' CH/A w.., alLawley. a.-- ..pre..C.I'.

GARY'SDECORATING ((473-377,5:; 3/4 ae* *. ... OO.... i.: I
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OLIN'S WAREHOUSEHWY. DISCOUNT Lilian C.Pearson GEORGE Reg.R.al ROBERTS Eitat Br..k.rFhca JR. 3 ... I bath Irame be*.. V .
C arndine'sW'RANGLElt
1. '
let t.ws
100 WEST 944.7820 aa large
SERVICE Real Estate .......... .I.elydd. .'
.. ACMEJUSTIN : STARKE A.M. DrlHn.j| > SI4JM seed term.. ...., ..' .
Well!'
Wall S4440S : Saturday
W. Speolcllie: In Panertng .OPEN
..4.
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..'. DINGO 0,.. 7 day. a wk. NEW LOCATION flue ..
01 All Typaa. BRANCH OFFICE --- .
BUILDING NEEDS "
2" thru 6" ':.
. 1114.Aeeee.I1.aoo..II.200 .
Paper. Vinyl koH Mylar.Orancloth .. Our.,.....eI adectkMr ""- --- ----- : ?..
. due PM.lMM 4." %J9 %rvm NORTH Fast dews '
Ftbrlo Etc, alwayctk. BE8T1BilUcbi LAWTEY.FLORIDA Floriland Realty393N.Teaipl.AT Rotary ----- .. ,
Strip .a ...,... .20 BQ. .
Including Commercial, ... 7823804. .. 214 .....UIuJ aria with 3 .y I
2i4 .7}
ktefofaExtaor PaintingFree : ** lit.54.AlUath 2i3. .70 I BR t-balk black. ham. Stake.Fla.Otlin .. I Drilling Equipment 85,1 I bath ....., ......, .

.....d _tll'.... ear .....*. r.
WATERS 124 Wfc 12 1/2,.. CH/A. prop. .984-7700 STATE LICENSE d
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Estimates .,.......that. Uak laac*.
BULLDOZING CARRADINE8 Oral FI.Id Pip OS Pt.FNIIHF.D '.araaaa. S 1/4 prcat mfg --- 'tiOp. -- ...........e. C.. ... boBgbt. .with. li 4 '.',:

473.4139 LEATHER: SHOPLawUT.FIerUa -----AUNFINISHED 832.000. .. Saturday M.'.... Pumps sad ".., *r. M m 20. .. .
rr-- ---- --...--- : tract. *
*Bulldozer Wont I BB bMB. CH/A acr A,
782-3400 L...la H.aiBtea :..___ I (
Large or Small BRASINGTON UTILITY Lad' **rar Jet. 815,000. ---....------ New & Used/ 3 IB. ..,,"1. wld M.wle. .. :\\1

Prlc BUILDINGS Start at 11I5. 3 .BR f.rd.mbf.; 1 Acr. la H....,... bam with t acr.a 17.000. .. '. '
CadillacOldsmobile Sales-Parts-Servlce .
land Fill RAISE KITTENS FOR DeIlY"' .....* ..It...-.* BMI., with. addltlaa, ----- Gad term.. ... ::
Sale.alt Service 2 ... S BR .."..* la th. .
PROFIT 400.,8J
*Pond Pint SeteetiolIOf Used Ma Ms.awa amc.e. If 5.1kel. ca..". 813< -.m._:. ....tr,. E-Z Terms 1113 ;;* ., dabia. /,

.. 7,55 ..yen alpmf, FINANCING ; *.".. S13JMO ----- ......U......a..Its ..... aad ..... ,.,.... : ": '
WILBUR WATER Car Taken On once. Call M4-iCfr *r AVAILABLENEWAUSEDlTOVES -- 3.86aea311withISO' /add.4. ...."tIfoJI,. yea '
: Cadillac Trades _lie ". 1.n c..e 5.0.a.M I* AcrecT -3o7 iZ2.000 lrtas, Brkedraa Flu mbin,9! ... .... ,s ap. 'GpJprNht.
-...J 4M Briclull. A.... t.4teM : ..abl.. .. .. .. : :
. ,. Start' 2001 N.W. 378-5301 *. MIa", rierMa Win (la. AND REFRIGERATORS A-; '. '
080 W. Median" S4JJ 1340' 5* VS ----- -
*; TH-MW GAINESVILLE elute rna...1 301., &G,.. IM. OO. 80 acr land, 2 BR .._.*, New Installation Ca* ae: ';:;tie' '301 . 'a f fl'IertII

LAwTEVARc-A ..,...v.rythine. ready larSd C_...... praperty.Phac ; !. .. .
*.utrr Uviag.8rrat .Remodeling ad "' &11. _
REGISTER 20 ..,.*. B atebO. .... /. '<*. .Xw'
M LIM..aCFOR kwak. .tpc. Him peed, .... kludi. ..**..... Repairs eaFi.. +q iiur ;'. .:
" ....... 833 JOO. .... .
IP GAS .....rt) tor y**> prcperty Jec aal*..:. "
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308 S,Thompson $t,- weaker. aad ..,.,. Pha* 944-7700 OurrsncPUMPS&SUPPCY Paul HF..III. .: ':' ;: r r'Lr..Sit"P.sWriv:11.t )
SPiLRIIIR 904-6688 saw VraiP.OdcBRe .........,.'........... '. 1t..It.,' ..'tI .. '.'

CONTROL SPACE HEATERS 813,200.S- --...-- (.Real..E.tat : .:..... :"t-::;:" _: ..' ;
: SHAMROCK PEST Breker ,
'*... ''',3110. .: fI.-.: .'i
I. TifferUcttf 40.000 BTV Gas f 12J2 E...... 904 Ifff '. :
f :; ..
t. : .. .ftt.'tf..f.
J iaaK$ ;COMMERCIAL > RJJIDINTIALHOUSIHOLO .1S.OOA.OQO HTU'Gas 011 I212.7S"74.S3 51 J ArZ"Brick hams. '.-,..A.4rowAa.acht.9644739--- COMPANY, .......M: .ti. .(,:. .. }

TIKMITI .LAWN. POTS ""Gas Rang* |"1." CH/A. 3 BR. t Bath. 864' N. Tempi Ave. 'J "...;;pl ":- ibketil4.;; ..: :-
6195.40Q.____ ---....- w' .
{ *. P,0.Bce,166 782-3172 CASH i CARRY: DOCK 1- DAY.EVENING* ,...,Iter... Stark .Vu. .:.: !

C.ll 473."969 HaaaeDellvwyOI it)A" WEEKENDSPb..7824506 Ae* lat* -7823894 964-7061 'Z.e-.if4': .

IC.,._ Shop,. .Hwir.41 ,Keystone ....J...... FlcxWa Eves And Weekends, Cytbid4-f4> Bulk 0.a : -... -..- .. .. ... '?'

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t Page II TKI.K.UUAPII; January 1 If7RPRICES

'1\ EFFECTIVE JAN.6. 1978
, THRU JAN 11, 1078 1'r ,_
Your dollars are 1

worth more at .

430 W. MADISON ST.
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STARKE. FLORIDA 1

STORE HOURS:
QUANTITY NONE Mon-Thurs
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RIGHTS SOLD 8:30 A M. 7.00; P M e
RESERVED TO DEALERS .
Frt Set.
8:30: A.M.-8.00 P.M.
Hi ACCIPT o
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fIiW U.f.D.A. POODSTAMPS1' Sundays ':Noon-6:00 P M.


FAMILY PACK

FRIED CHICKEN :PARAMOUNT"A" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF '.
., ,.. U EXTRA LEAN
( < FULL-CUT
15 Pieces 7 / .
Golden Fried $389 ....'''!li1. $. WHOLE ROUND GROUND .,.

MADE FRESH DAILY FRESH DELICIOUS
POTATO C BANANA J FRYERS CHUCK .'
SALAD PInt OU PUDDING Pint 79C STEAK

BONELESS BOTTOM BONELESS LEAN TENDER
ROUND EYE ROUND CUBED
ROAST ROAST STEAKLB $ 48

LB $ -| 4 8 J \ LB.$198 $188 LB, C' LB. LB.98C


HEAVY WESTERN
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BEEF I DLADC
I CHUCKROAST %ASSORTED PORK LOIN SLICED PORK CHOPS.LB $138 SUNNYLAND-S LINK SAUSAGE FRESH 20 Oz.Pkg $178 PORK BOSTON STEAK BUTT LB. $1 128
LYKES ALL MEAT OR
[: ASSORTED SMOKED SLICED PORK CHOPS $1'48. yjEEF BOLOGNA Lb Pkg 9SC 3 PORK Lb DOWN-MEATY SPARERIBS LB. $128
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DISHWASHING DETERGENTBONELESS
MARHOFFER PAN READY I i LI
TOP ROUND CANNED CUTUPFRYERS =: IVORY
STEAK PICNICS /
LB$188 $378 LB.49C E r \I

BONELESS .Mayonnaise._. LIQUID


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L o : / LJOIMO RED! 1 f,
: : TEA BAGS 16 Ct.BOX ,29
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; % CAT FOOD OOz'
'cb 4/BBc '

CHEESE VELVEETA SPREAD MARGARINE PARADE -_ i


(. 2 Lb Loaf $J99 3 J-9s.$1 NORTHERN :

I I ASSORTED WHITE AND BATH ROOM
CHICKEN-DEEF* RAINBOW

,POT BANQUET fURKET pdokii DOUfiK PEACHES_t_1 TISSUE

: 1 1 /_ 1 1I
e $ I

___ a 2 29 CANS OZ. A! ROLL PKG.69c

LIMIT 2 CANS WITH$7 SO!
OR MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING TOBACCO
BIRDSEYE EVERFRESH RICHS s ;h" :'' NR1HERI1 i"SWEETHEART' PINK
SWIFTS' PREMIUM C
: FROZEN COFFEE 3/$100;: Gal. 89
COOL WHIP DONUTS RICH g' VIENNA SAUSAGE FABRIC SOFTENERIMPORTED .

''JI.O( 79'' 14OZPKQ 320Z C EIt*Y.7 O It II.13 BORDEN'S COUNTRY STORE. / ,Y HEINEKEN $299 :'.:' .,.
69C 69C
69 BEER 8 Pk
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'. -- MORTON HOUSE BATH SIZE MORTON HOUSE : :
, I NUTRITIOUS-DELICIOUS GOOD VALUE FRESH CRISP EXTRA ABSORBENT fi'
I a;: BAKEDBEANS CARESSSOAP CHILI ;, J
TOMATOCATSUP ZESTASALTINES JOHNSON
, GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS WITHOUT' ; .
: : DIAPERS 16OZ.CAN 4.75 OZ. BEANS :: .

q;":1: ti-_-,2/29: : ;- 32 M. 69C r-. 59C JZ $P9 3 9 c 3 BARS$ I '15 CAN OZ.5 9 C .',



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MEDIUM YELLOWONIONS' CRISP JONATHAN CANADIAN WAXED
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APPLES RUTABAGASf '

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