Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04137
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04137
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: Terp.peratureDips.To20 Degrees Early Wednesday Morning ; ,\, --+ SINCE 1879 '4 :

Temperature lit the Camp was blamed for at least 20 to twisters that raked a mobile "parasalling" on the beach, If ,.fl,\
Standing weather station deaths In the'nation'' as extreme home park In Orlando, toppling and was whipped Into a tree. :TRain ...
reached a low of 20 degree cold forced!! widespread 20 units at one location, accompanied Sunday's' .'' ( .
before dawn Wednesday, but cutbacks In electric power and causing several Injuries wind in Bradford County with ,
had risen to 24 at 7:30: a.m. from Michigan to the Two deaths were attributed to New River firetower .," "
The low set ar record for the Carolinas. Florida's citrus high winds on the Gulf coast.: reporting 1.7 Inches; Louis Win:! ;
'current wtnter.The low and vegetable crops escaped One victim was a bridge Hill tower at Highland ,
reading at Blending for major damage from tender who apparently was measured 1.9 Inches, and ;tI .
'Tuesday morning was 22. Tuesday's cold,' but continued blown Into the Manatee River Santa Fe tower had one Inch
WPXE's weather station freezing temperatures could while lowering a trestle for) a on the same date. .. <- \ {
recorded a low of 26' Wed. bring severe losses. Seaboard-Coastline train. The Rainfall for the year 1977 ; .' Tile Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven, "
'nesday morning, and 25 Gusty winds were ex- other fatality was a 23-year. totaled 49.1 Inches in Bradford t ,\', .
,,Tuesday morning. perlenced here Sunday night old Dunedin ,man, who was County T- about normal for a f, .. Nth Year STARKE. FLORIDA 19 Cent .
Winter' worst onslaught but were harmless comparedLori's scooped up by the wind whileIs 12-month period. : ,+ MUlIsiue Thursday,January It, 17$ Copy ,j.P qr h

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+\11",1"' "beginning& of the end"! to the
.t ,, Hampton water situation
Asked Circuit Court Judge Wayne
\ Improvement Carli le''told Hampton .attorney

Richard ,WIt) and
Department of Environmental ,
Regulation General
OnSR-16 Counsel Vance Kidder In, a
3 .t, Bridge meeting. held in Starke ..F
tb Thursday. Jan. 3.
.. Carlisle also directed t ,
Kidder to file another notice of -::

At State PrisonBradford hearing on the DER motion ,
for contempt and ordered a '
hearing date be set within 10, .."i 1
p, days. The judge ,set the
Commissioners level of the each
County pavement'on '
16 at 4 :
Monday, ,Jan. 9, side, said Drlggers. January hearing for p.m. contempt: water !.w'$"
joined a Union County resolu The clerk said Union County Hampton
:owner Arthur Bruno to
tion asking the state Depart- would not accept the road in determine what action will betaken w .
ment of Transportation to put its present condition. I
against Bruno for
.1 the New River Bridge on SR- Second district structure '
a failing to provide water to ,
16 at the county line In safe and facilities engineer James,I about 100 customers.
condition before turning it Rogers, Jr. said the bridge Is :
said that -
Welty Tuesday
1 back to the county. safe as far as the DOT Is : :
concerned '
Brun,, William
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The resolution adopted Dec. although bridgehas Watson of Gainesville has ,
,\ ,. .. ; 6 by the Union County Com- some. ,deflection at slab filed a motion to withdraw
,\ 1 "I. mission states Union County joints.All attorney Carlisle. had told \
bridges checked
' does not assume respon- are Kidder to have the sheriff
,'D.'It" sibility for SR-ie from SR-121 every two years or If they are! serve Bruno with notice of the .i.

....J l!. .!.IV.t.. I. ." ,..,' to the Bradford County line or on year.a critical The New basis River once Bridgewas every hearing In that event '
.. .'!'I'M,; l'J assume the road as part of the 'bas acted In
'Bruno 'not
,. ... '1i1f"i !\ Union County road system.UC Inspected April 26.
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'r, 1976 and Is scheduled for re- good faith with the court., the .;:
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., .... .i Commissioners further inspection April 1978.'Rogers attorneys, or the user of the '.
\- "i state the.bridge built In 1931 said, .system ", Carlisle added. The '
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''aeeae Bradford. Middle School anal ifddeiiU'J -*'tli; ..al A lieges.' Roll** for Mus-aeceml:. six, ','Middle. Randy/ .Caesar.Parade, .. ;:'' ,f.'!,1,! iaswTnattduurate.condlXtoc( ':', Rogrt4Aidthe-leve)
: Top1r1t grading. JffmOUto It.Pgwpl lWVIckle. : Lynn Carver 'L"id"EddJ'irt' "- '*'*.H.. "- >>ri ohn'F'Mis'aetW-C'RIpg1. tek thei Lehr n dslyjorj; .A.nn'ii 1+ .yM'' Laura : rat the the transfer.time the POT.assignil; Brjdge? has rhnged'bletl' of*, city, LKi can then t"Ic"b..dtAJ,1"decide wla.aHo: do A

.Livasser'Jf.JameagcoiCraft.an; : 'cress Ann lIarl.,.. Alexandra Oehler. and Robin Diane Stern.period 10. 1 an inch in the past 24 months about its : suit (a revoke
Union County clerk Robert and considers the bridge safe.A Bruno's water franchise.The .
Driggers said the commissioners survey taken in 1976 100 customers of the
made the resolution shows an average of 1,800 system were without water for
based on a report by Road vehicles cross the bridge over 60 hours from early
1 1 Earn. At BMSEleven Superintendent George i I every day, much of it Tuesday morning until
Langley Langley and a DOT |generated! by traffic from Thursday afternoon. The
representative made an Inspection 1 Florida" State prison and council held a special meeting
and the results found 1 Union Correctional Institution Wednesday night Jan. 4. in
Bradford Middle favorite subject is the favorite subject of 12- Harley of Lawtey. Teresa, 13, Stern and Edward Arthur were the bridge was shored up I: separated by the which Welty said Bruno would
School students, 1.5 percent of math. year-old Robin. has favorite subjects of math Winkler Jr.Bradford by wedges to bring it up to the I bridge. not accept the counterproposal -
the 750 in the school, earned Allen Powell Eighth graders on the aII-A and language arts. ( of the council and asked
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places on the A Honor Roll and of Mr. and Mrs Edward M. Honor Roll are: Laura Alexandra Oehler, 13, the city to pay his attorneys
72 on the A-B Honor Roll for Powell of Starke. His favorite Vickie Lynn Carver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fees of $979. and outstanding
the second six-weeks grading subject is band. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.T Howard Oehler of Starke. utility bill of $158. the $200
period that ended November Carver of Starke. Thirteen. Laura's favorite subject is December mortgage. The

22. John Francis Riggs, 12, son year-old Vickie's favorite sub math. council agreed the city had
George Edward LeVasser, of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. jects are math and physical Randy Caesar Parado, son gone the limit and would not
Jr., 11,was the only student on Riggs of Starke. John's education. of Mr and Mrs Romeo go along with any new
the sixth grade all A Honor favorite subject Is physical James Scot Craft, 12, son of Parado of Starke. Thirteen- r.i demands. .
Roll. The son of Dr.;' and Mrs. education. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Craft year-old Randy's favorite Bruno and the council had
James E. Pennington of of Starke. His favorite subjectis .subject is physical eduction. +.i been dickering over the termsof
Starke, his favorite subject Is Robin Diane Stern, physical education. Sixth graders on the A-B the sale. Hampton was to
band. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Teresa Ann Harley, Honor Roll are: Lisa Denise take over the system Jan. 1
Seventh grade all-A Honor Roland Stern of Starke. Math daughter Mr and Mrs. A.H. Blackshear Tina Marie after agreeing to assume
Roll students are: Bowen, Gwendolyn Mashell Bruno's $19,462 mortgage, let
I Ethel Bass 1 12. Is Brown, Andrew Louie Chaff, 4wt Bruno keep the deposits and
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Michael Christmas, accountsreceivable
2 New
I: Cornelious Basa of Starke. Trustees Lori Ann Clark,Timothy Dodd and the city would
I Her favorite subject,, is math. Gonzalez, Marian Yvonne pay the outstanding utility

Lori Ann Flynn daughter of Hedge Angela Kristina 4 bill.Hampton
r Mr and Mrs. Charles Flynn of Johns Michelle Lynne residents are still
Starke. Twelve-year-old To Klmutls, Martha Ann Murphy being warned to boll the
I Appointed, Huan N Pollard lana drinking water after the water
Adrienne ,- Faith was restored Thursday afternoon -
f..;.tiW Roberts, Cynthia Annette The Florida National
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....:.M.. Sysskind, Mark Allen Guard Civil Service detachment -
f t. ;:. : :. 1 Townsend and Julee Ann at Starke brought waterto
., Board In E.W. Hodges was selected: by unanimous vote
".. :.",;.'. -;::;' Hospital Wise. a reorganization meeting Monday,January Hampton late Wednesdaynight
f' Also selected was Maxletarter
Seventh of the county commissioners as chairman for the upcoming year. :
graders the A-B the
:: on to provide water to
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::- ;.;; Honor Roll are: Lorle, Ann vice-chairman.Carter
r" ::.. Two new trustees, Mrs. R.A. Rehabilitation Consultants Allen Susan Dawn Alvarez, C.eorge; Roberts on the right. system. A 600 gallon water
Hazel Paulk absent
'made Commissioner was
Lucille Green and Vonda Kay Dale Committee appointments were not at that time. alleviate the
( ) Curtis Ayers, tanker helped to
.t Sanders, have been appointedto Inc.Former Gov. Charley E, Robert Buchanan,. Lavonia due to !Illness.Board. needs of the community. ,
the Bradford County Johns confirmed Tuesday Ann Cannon, Diana Leigh Many residents who have
Fj i Hospital Board by Gov. night that he recommendedthe Crawford, Thomas Reginald wells have offered to share
Reubin Askew and are expected two new trustees to the Crosby,Marla Dianne Darley, water with those on the 70-
Saturday,Jan. 14 to present their letters governor. A member of the Kern Lynne Doss, James Sets May 1 Hearing year-old system

i of appointment at the January Democratic Executive Douglas Glover, Katheleen At the regular meeting of
FLEA MARKET 26 meeting of the board. Committee said the committee DeLJnda Gillmgham, Jeffery the council Tuesday Jan. 10,
I Eagl-D Vane Bldg. made no recommenda Marshall Johnson Lisa Marie chairman Ted Curtis reported
On Call Street Mrs. Green and Sanders lions for replacements for the Lawson, Kimberly Ann county sanitarian Darrell

i 'a.m.-until board replace secretary trustees Inez who Green servedon two trustees, who' terms expired Lawson, Lori ,.Ann Muse, On County Land Use Planvarious O'Neal had checked the water

the hospital board for Dec. 30. Melvin Bernard Randalls, earlier In the day and It "was
over '.The two new trustees will Oaniela Ann Rigby, Craig just a* bad aa it could be."
Saturday. .Sunday 20 years and present chairman join trustees George Shuford Stephen Sapp Robert Keith County's Land officials of the com- In other action the commission -
Billy Dampier who was from Lawtey, Charney Schultz Donna Faye Tyler Use Plan was presented to the munities In the county.
National Guard appointed to the board inDecember Williams of Starke and Dan RichardErnest February 9-11 Man Sentenced
1974. Jeffery Scott Taylor, board of county commis- Gaines also told the boardhe -proclaimed
Training, Williams of Hampton. Warren and Donnie sioners during ther regular is in the process of taking as Scouting Anniversary
Lucille Green Is a native of Shuford, appointed in 1966, Is Leon Wilkerson. monthly meeting Monday action against the owners of Week.agreed For Passing
; ,;Gainesville and ,has lived in .flowthe only remaining Eighth graders on the A-B Jan. 9, who set May 1 as the mobile homes who are delinquent to advertise for
Monday Jan I U.EIkt4Elketta Starke for 35 years. Her late veteran board member.sSuford's Honor Roll are: Joseph first public hearing for the in obtaining license sign! machine materials, and
husband, R.A. "Lex" Green current term expires Gregory Andrews Tina Marie plan. oil. DrugsToInmate
$< ? e \ .... Sr. wall a U.S. Congressman.Her this coming! Decmeber. Best Valerie Renee Brown, In other business the com- -adopted 'a resolution ex-
Stark Lodge: 1102 son Is Circuit Judge R.A. Lourdes Maria' Castaneda, Zoning director L.M. Gaines mission tending the pavement of SR- A former Inmate of Florida
Dinner 7p.m. "Buzzy" Green, Jr. Lorraine Michelle Chambers, said the plan as presented lathe"flndraft" -adopted an agreement to 200A In Lawtey, State Prison was returned fora
MM ting I p.m. Man Arrested Karen Joanne Chitty, 'Constance / but Is subject maintain SR-18 about 20 -authorized chairman three-year sentence by
.Mrs. Green said she workedto Marie Davis, Tamara to change following the public miles SR-227,9 miles and SR- E.W. Hodges to dispose of a Judge Wayne Carlisle Monday
Bradford County get a hospital In Starke, but For'RobberyHercules Ilene Denton, James David hearings May 1 and IS. 225, east of Lawtey 1.5 miles frame building next to the for possession of a controlled
}t School>> Board did not actively seek the Dlggs; Jr., James Wallace The plan which took 18 in accordance with federal Bradford County Health' substance

I 7 p.m. appointment. Active in civic Inc;. :la, maintenance Dorminey.. Jennifer Gagnon, months prepare Is a guide' standards. These roads were Department.The Dennis McCloud received
affairs, Mrs. Green was for shop for heavy equipment Robert Carl' Gllson. Teresa to the future development of constructed with federal funds board recessed to attend the sentence for passing drugs
TuesdayJan.P7Starks \ many years a member of the may rest a little easier Ann Gratis,, Julie Marie land in' the unincorporated and such an agreement .Is a 1 p.m.,Department of to an Inmate. He stopped on a
State Democratic Committee, now that Starke police 'say' Grlffia. Tammy Renee county and the municipalities necessary before the roads Transportation workshop In road near the prison April 11.
Council and presently serves on the An Lee and '' Lake City on. the functional 1977, and handed the pills
they have arrested the man' Hersey. Higgln- of Brooder.! Hampton transferred from the state to a
Bard lord Democratic
I 'p.m. County botham lope Michaela Lawtey. classification of county road prisoner. A deputy observed
who has robbed them ,three highway system to the. county
Executive Committee. C
Jackson Salathela The commission recon- the and confiscated
Jenkins, road drop over
times In.the past three held system.
hearings were
I Sanders, who is Mrs. month. Karl Kim Kramer Lynn -learned SR-22S from SR- vened 8 p.m Wednesday when 300 depressant .capsules,
.t. Green'alOn.ln-law. said while Jeanne Lepers/ Charles Edward throughout the county to 200 to the Clay County line will they: picked Jurors from' a valued at over $10 each.
m ll t (aIommunUy&tulr.5 he also did not actively seek Bryan! Keith Scheffield' was Martin Regina Lynn obtain public Input and reflect be turned back to the county registration list provided by Carlisle had advice for,the,
the of the basic
the appointment he Is anxious apprehended Thursday Jan: McIntosh,'Suzanne Newport, findings February 2.approved. supervisor of elections Neva) Inmates. reference to Dave''
& ; to help the hospital In any way '5, approximately seven hours Lisa Ann Norman; Julia studies and" the' goals and objectives a.zoning application ; Brierton, who took over the
."" he can. This Is the first time after the last robbery. He was Marie Pendarvls, Thomas : of the Bradford, from Lewis Smith to re- Persona picked for) the .list .prison In July, he said "When
,Sander has held an appointive charged with three counts.of Edward Powell Tina Renee Boar Planning and Zoning zone :25, acres northwest of, will be notified by mall and you get there you ml ht
_._to Ii...ii.vr.uo. elective I burglary ,and grand larceny' Lynn ; states the plan. with a questionnaire spread the word
...._ or office Sanders Ratliff.,Shelby Seller, Starke from RIA to OR (Open provided that t,there is anew
PMtrM O.T......Mur w wiU Cork, has been a resident of Starke for the Nov. 28, Dec. 27 and Shelley Lee Sikes, Kenneth The board will meet jointly Rural) now used for a poultry to use if be or she wishes to be superintendent on board
for 13 year and, operates Jan. 5 break-Ins. Randall Starling, Ronda Irene on those two date with the farm. excused from jury duty. and playtime is over"

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I'', Debra Jordan Finalist ::,'.i'' :;;!Wii!; ;, t l>> rIJ "J"I: I ;;

For State Melon Queen : '! fjm, 1 if eat"" "l I k'h.l ;' -'fe4/

Debra Jordan 19.of Lawtey shorU and top outfit with a Sod. [
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hall been selected to be a watermelon design and :an ,
finalist in the 1978 Miss evening gown. ,
Florida Watermelon Queen Miss Jordan la being)
Pageant to be held at Ramada sponsored by Byron Hunt of
Inn. Tampa, Jan. 27, 28, and Clear 'Lake Trucking
Brokerage of Orlando. She
ZoMina, P'lorkia'' Watermelon was the 1879 Bradford County
Oueen la the official state final Strawberry Queen., the 1064 ;r ,
the Miss National Water- r rDebra Lawtey Sweetheart; the 1979 ,
melon Queen Pageant to be runner-up In Miss" Indian sl ,
held In Las Vegas Nevada Princess Pageant, and the
Feb. -U.Commiuloner. 1979 Newberry Watermelon
of Agriculture Festival Queen.
Doyle Conner will crown Debra Is the daughter of
the 1978 Florida Watermelon Lawtey Police Chief and Mrs,
Queen at the final crowning at M.M. Jordan. I'
Bunch Gardens In Tampa.
Winner of the Florida title
will receive a cash scholar S Marilyn Mullen
ship, other prizes and an all-
expense paid trip to compete Terry Hayes

DUPLICATE BRIDGE In the National Watermelon ToWedMarch 18 f i 1r
CLUB RESULTS Queen Pageant In Las Vegas.
Liza Mlnesinger and Marie She will tour Florida, appear Mr. and Mrs. Ernest John
". Dent were the winning couple at various agricultural eventsas Mullen of Brooksvllle announce .
at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday well as other events promoting the approaching
night. Jeff Wrenshall and Eva the watermelon In- i '
marriage of their daughter 4 a lily' ti ;
Mathewson were second adn dustry. Marilyn Edna, to Terry
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wainwright Contestants will be judgedon Michael Hayes,son of Mr. and
were third. a three-to-five-minute Mrs. Foster R. Hayes formerly -
The annual game will be comedy speech on "Florida of Starke.
played Jan. 17. Watermelons," a private Miss Mullen Is currently a ,
interview with the judges, a I r Il I
student at the University of : m.
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J Florida, majoring! criminal '
Justice. Mr. Hayes la also a ,
y iff
Funeral Costs every student at UP majoring In ,
price range but only one physical education.
The wedding will take place

HIGH LEVEL OF PERSONAL SERVICE Joseph's March 18 Catholic at 2 p.m.Church at St.In

Brooksville.All .
Funerals are always available in every price friends and relatives are
range from DEWITT C. JONES FUNERAL Invited to attend.Homemakers. i

South Pacific Cast Prepares For Jan. 21 OpeningThe
Every family served receives the same
considerate personal attention, regardless of To Have QuillingDemonstration cast of South Pacific: In a dress rehearsal Tuesday night for the dinner- ,Pauline Tanner.
the price of the funeral. We value the theater production on Jan.20.21.27,28 and Feb.: and 4.
confidence Nurses on the bland are (l-rt) Judy Dukes, Chris Wilson Sharon
families place in us. We hope to justify sailor Richard Joeael. Marty SlerTerman. Stephanie Green, Rhonda Grlffls llyres., Tickets are 91 each and reservations can be obtained through Pat Spengler
this confidence by continuing to give our very Mrs. Mattie Miley will givea Carol Milner who play Nellie Forbiuh. Cheryl BoyeUe. Cynthia Norton phone Starke M4404 Woman's.Dinner Club will be at.p.m.and the show 7:30: p.m. Sponsored by the
Ix-st !service to all the families who call. demonstration on"Quilling" Monterey Wasdln and Debbie Woodfin. Nurses not shown are Kathy Casey'and March of Dimes. the proceeds will go to the cancer foundation and the

at the Bradford County Home- ..
maker's club meeting today, AORN Meeting Set Rehearsal Dinner Held
DeWitr C. Jones Benton Futch Thursday, Jan. 12, at 10 a.m. ForJan.16 By Mr. and Mrs. Oscar DavisMr. I

Harold Johnson at the County Agriculture The Association! of Directors, secretary and a and Mrs. Oscar Davis candlestick with burning red marked the seating
Building.Mrs. Operating Room Nurses is delegate for the 25 A.O.R.N. were hosts at a dinner Friday taper encircled with arrangement. ,,
DeWitt Jones .Miley will also conductthe having a business meetingand Congress will be held. night. Jan. 6, at ,the Starke strawberry leaves and Hostesses for the occasion
I meeting. an informal discussion The topic for discussion is Church of God FellowshipHall strawberries. were Mrs. Donald Cooper,
Funeral Homo Members who were out of Monday, Jan. 16, at 7 p.m. at Needle, Sponge, and Instrument for their son, Wayne, and Mrs. Harold Rhoden. Mrs.
t tSt.rk" town during the holidays will Gainesville V.A. Hospital in counts In the O.R. We bride-elect Nelda Mq ely, following Place cards with the bride Charles Schmitt, Misses Gail
K.ytlon. Mgla I be asked to 'Ihare and tell" In the Medical Information are anticipating a com- the couple's wedding and Darlene Rhoden .
yea 6OO 473-3176 t the: Informal discussion that Center Room (MIC), 1st floor. parative exchange of policies., rehearsal.The .. wedding and groom's date names Inscribed and, and Mrs. S.J. Osteen.
will follow the program. An 'election o/ Board of procedures and ideas that will four square shaped
be helpful In better accomplishing tables covered with white
this O.R. stan linen cloths and centered with W.T. Weeks, UDC Holds MeetingPresident
dard. two two-branch( candle
a holders with burning red Mrs. Herbert refreshments were served by
tapers interspersed with Thomas read a trlology of Mrs.Roberts and cohostessesMrs. I
2;1Ju..K- strawberry leaves and Confederate Heros from the George Flynn, Sr. and ,
strawberries. In the center of Confederate magazine at the Mrs. L.G. Powell.
MlLONEO. Mrs. Ottls Geiger Miss the square was the honored January meeting of the W.T.
Charlotte Geiger and Mrs. couple's table which was Weeks chapter, UDC Wed-
.. .. James cov ec1.wtUl.whlte linen clothanOtftadTaMIfapklns. afternoon, Jan. .4, \
glwplwhear gg spent nesday ( )
....., 4oc.11 .4i Saturday vhd" Sunday In Centered which met at the home of Mrs. G ...)1 H. .
a ; on that table was a I '
Valdo ta. u' George Roberts Sr. ,
During' the '-blislhess Mr;and Mrsi.oJotm,,Morga n,
Mattress )meeting' Mrs. Thomas read Starke, announce the birth of
resignation of Miss Norma a son, John Randoph Morgan.
'". 'et Canova as treasurer since she Jr., born Dec. 16 at Alachua
'l y Is now working full time and General Hospital.
', ,it sk.h4 cannot attend the meetings. Maternal grandparents are
i ...., # II. R Mrs. H.L. Speer was ap- Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sweat.
t,1\t6, Ir.{ ,.r pointed to this office to fill out Paternal grandparents are
_# ; 3 days only! 11/II the remainder of the year. Mr.and Mrs. Roy Morgan, allNotice
7 During the social hour of Starke' .
% save MO to $80 OS BY ,
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fit '
I. U 4 Mr and Mrs l.enwoud Hobo
's ; I. .tlIt.Kho..w) .. yet" wrjen) the Joey Herres Kevin Neel oivn
0 Starke Women"s ClubpI'esents Jimmie Scott Buddy. and KaUy/Fiarsytii.; on
i I
caTlpr. Uiand the late
Martin Slocum and i.q
"South Pacific said Paterson
I Marl rfcraylh. alllol|> Starke 1
l twtor HiIllIm'JJocket; : Michael Andrews.. :,
The.lhent*' louche* on (two The orchestra Includes;J J were united in marriage te q
I i4
unit the. cene. Is MI l Island In Stevenson on organ. Warren"" )
I IN/ $t outh.Pecifid.; : The play Stevenson on the drum The couple i Is residing '
Road. Starke. '
tvnter. around House controlled
two love lights> are by ,
I, ..Urieone of a French' Gene Tanner, the spot light by p Mrs Kcrsyth II l employed ai ,
.. plimler. 'Rmile DeBeilue. and Jennie Moore Jr Mak -up Is>'.: 'I{ the Lawtey Correctional) Instl l i!

u.:'i a>\ ,PUI'lMt.il."lIie! Korbush.. done hy. Betty Stevens The ,, into 7"r: / .
Tile t ,,lit hl"r Is between Lt .stage crew l lit J (' Dukes and \- Mr Forsyth Is working'with" \ 1
Forsylh Plumbing t :
Joseph' .1 j i 'able and a1'nl.vnesUn James Killebrew. ; :1
'! ., girl Liat. .
According Jockcl. it Is the Julia I be
Mrs.McKinney, s rts ;
hardest xhovv I he players have Candy StripersTo 1
,i' 'j dIII ever lone because: of the Hold Rock- Randal, 'Crawford K n n n it' Jen A1 in n ,
.I iiHtiplex Klory "It is the most Jimmy PeekPrpNenh* TrareloghieJimmy ,'
'' ili'uiiuitic' we have ever I "
f ''Y1 ; i ihtne. said ,Jotkel, He adds A-Thon Jan. 21 Peek points out s spot on the globe that was covered In Wed Jan. 9 'To Writ J'III.l1 .

I IiF' thai/ the scenery Is also then a travelogue of' slide, presented at the, Bradford County Public

| "I'ttient The. Bradford County Library Monday, Jan.. to 21 .people Peek traveled by rail pass. Mrs. Elizabeth Louise Mr. and Mr\ *. Kmtnitt:
I i l The dinner-Iheater tickets Hospital Candy Stripers will throughout eight countries In Eastern: Europe: from September McKinney and Ronald Roberta of Lake Butler ,
t; me $7 per person. I Dinner hold a Rock-A-Thon January l ae through October 19, 1977. Douglas Crawford were flounce the and
begins nt 1\\ the show united In marriage January 9
/ p.m. :21 starting at 8:30 a.m. In the approaching marriage their
,,. 1,1', : : begins/ at TJtr:: pm. Per.'ornJillIl.t'IlIr Bradford Square shopping in a home ceremony in the daughter Julia, Roberta to '
Jan a). 21. 27. center in front of Eckerds : nirklna/ e present:* of the Immediate Ronnie'; Charles. son of the
-H und Feb' ::1'I and 4Ihe Store. families Rev. Charles
< Drug W Jenkins of .
:. cast includes Don Neelas ; The proceeds! will go to purchasing ''J Local admittances to Brad Mr. and Mr*. Crawford are Lake. BuUor >,,,i
Emile DeBeque. Carol needed supplies for ford Mr. and Mrs. John It. Gill residing on Griffls Loop
.1 i \liliH-r: UH Nellie rorbush. Bill the Bradford Emergency Unit include County Hospital thisweek and family of New Mexico are The marriage will be an ;\j t
:\klc.uu. Li Joe Cable and also for the hospital itself. Mrs. : from Starke renting the house formerly -Cw04 event of Saturday.January 21. > 5 5at
a i ("u rol)'" I'a nova as Bloody Anyone interested In sponsoring Ruby Brown. Mrs. occupied by Mr and Mrs 3 p.m. In the home of I ho ; i

rf# llury.: Marlon Douglas as a Candy Striper In this Gladys Mrs. Uldine Williams.Barrenger Sebe Harris, Mrs. Curtis Sanders at 315 N. 21iJ y..K-w sister of the Broom! Mr and .:
l.ratr Milliard: Jockel as worthwhile cause please! con Reba Crews Charles Walnut Street. Mrs Lewis Mabery, BOO SK:
Luther UllllH. Grover Howard tact Darlene Shirley presi- Evans 5th Avenue East, Lake Butler '.'
UK Slew pot. Rob !M liner as dent of Candy Stripers al 964- Noegel Mrs. Mrs Lila Caldwell and
l Hu/z AcUms.! Beth Francis asVlbina. 87SS for more Information Dorothy Grlffis. Mrs. Neldie daughter Mrs. June Edwards Mr and Mrs M.M. McRae Miss Roberts Is a 1977 >
McKinney and Lowell
: : John David Francis as 'Vickery visited Mrs. Esma returned last Tuesday after graduate of Union! County :
Mrs. Julia Thomasof
Jerome Janice Jockel Yongue in Munroe Hospital .
as / six weeks visit with their sonin High School. I
Lake Butler Mrs Emma
llcnriett. Paul Hutchins as ; Ocala Sunday, who has a .law and daughter. Mr and Mr. Jenkins IH a l 1U7!
LZS.w ,, Rohlin
:bJ of Keystone Heights;
'ommander Harbison and broken hip.
of Bradford
Mrs. Abdol) Alivandl, the graduate High
Mr. and Mrs.: Wayne UII\'III l Charles Hall as Captain Jessie Brown of Lake School
Miss Lllllam Stump and Geneva; Percy Griffis and former Tryphonia Mcllae ,
Itraikett.! Mr. and Mrs. TL. Casey
Nelda and Davis Nuvs' nurses are played by !Mrs. J.L. Womack attendedthe Owen Southerland of Lawtey; spent the weekend with Mrs. and children Besjon S. and
Wayne Men's Market In Atlanta Miss Barbara George of daughter Latin, 2. in Ahwaz All friends and relatives
Munlera Wasdin. PaulineTann..r. Madge Casey In Gulf Ham ..
> Iran visited the invited
They many couple are to lit
and James
Sunday and Monday. Hampton Addisonof
I Debbie Woodfin mock. biblical.
historic sites while tend the wedding and +
Raiford. .
Wed Jan. 7 At Church Of God Iarly Sicfferman. Judy there. reception !No Invitations are \
l dukes. Donald Hardy of Gainesville Mrs. Diane Voudy and
Kathy Casey. Cynthia Miss Melanie Weaver of being sent out,
Miss Nelda LOU !\Ioslt'y.dilulthtt'r pots of bamboo yucca trees Morton. Sharon II)res. Chris spent Thursday to Sunday Boynton Beach was weekend children Marlena and Tony of :I
of Mr and Mrs. and white gardenia bushes Wilson and Rhonda Grlffis. with his grandparents Mr. of Mrs Miami were Wednesday to t
LloydIOhIl": ', and Leslie! On the wall behind the cake and Mrs Charles Hardy. ..rest.. George Roberts Saturday visitors of Mr, and 1"
VAuvnt' l Davis, son ol !Mr und tuble was a huge copy of the Mrs Marcus Norman ;
:Mrs Oscar Davis were unitedin couple's wedding invitation : "THEY GOTTA GO"Last ,
marriage Saturduy. Jan. 7. und portrait of the bride and T c:;. & y MtRCMANOISt ON THIS PAGI AVAILASLI IN ALL O.4Y. FASNIC SHOPS.

nt T':to p m ut the Starke groom flanked by evening '
(hutch of iud blue wedding bells and

Kev :M .K: I Drake performed streamers!
(the mi pt u It. The bride's table was fABRIC SHOPS Cut Drastically .
tovered with a white lace
'1 The wedding arch was! I ,
cloth over blue! velvet and centered I
I Linked two baskets of
white gladioli hv evening blue with a lour tiered These Cars Must Be Sold 'i '

wedding cake trimmed with ... !J
{ .
iMin.ilions. green fuji L .." .." No Reasonable Offer
mums and blue ribbon evening blue lily-of the-volley. Pr" ... .
""" -11 nll'rs I Linked by twoseven cloves! cheribums! and wedding 100% Polyester Heat Tran.f.r Re us.d. r
bells topped with two .
branch tundelabras
Online "
end of t the piano was a large wedding bells of evening DOUBLEKNIT .f' < 1971 CAPRICE 4 DR. '. !'

unity candle und Iwo large blue and white sat in, This was .. ,,' .. Power St..rmo, Power Brakes. Ar Conditioning Power

liouils+ accented with wedding flanked by two five-branch ., '. Windows. WSW Radial.. Automatic Transminaion' V8 Clean

evening blue silk butter- tundelabrus Silver compotes with held blue nuts tapers.and The .verpop'ular doubfeknit In beautiful heftt-trans'er' .;: And Looks About Like, A 1978 Model I

(Mien und ribbons! Placed near prints' 58/60' Wide .... '. '
The cake made .
mints. was bythebride'saunt .
he I unity candle were two long 1 1I"ular 1.11 ', Last Years Price TB M This. Year Price 51954eUeLessIku1SEQAN
Mrs. Bonnie
"stemmed red roses which
McGushion.. !Mis Irvin Meirs save
to the '
were given couple'snmlhers

, candle Cl'rt'mony during Palms the unity and and Lynn Misses Davis."rendalay served the! cake and .InaO.anlJgit2i' % ..1.6 -' 'un; j' \". ." ': .r' .' a L : .. "I

i The, punch tableuluast : : : ,. "f .. Loedeo With, Equipment .
"' ( tucitr trees formed the buxk- ir, JSold /New By Ut) A year A
9rr\.: RrOUl1lt....,'I'he pews wereivmi'kod'Wilh'WflitegariK covered with.., a, wlnt."facea.v4othoverblue des...aRMawh5MlMf4arlt.W.. .. I .. ..eubf1YlNP .; W 4 .,,: Again, Yoll"l'Hall4f Trio Latest StyUrtg't-toofc' ..j..a.. ( ,"...... ".?",! u ". .,If' 4

l'; '. '*>ws linen,and held* ". .... I ';'. ,. "'
i! with the family n. mcs two crystal punch howls..The q:11: I .. / Last Veers Price 14.J TttiK. Veer/P/Jce 6995

rolled in evening him' ink (able was centered with a 100% Polyester Solid-Color '\.... ', t, At : ::' / ,
three branch candelabra with .;
MI-H Kirklmd
1II'I.nist.' and Mr and Mrs: blue tapers Crystal dishes INTERLOCKS ,. :' ', 'r. .t,. i4' 1975 MERCURY MOUWCH 4'DR. [

Millard Crawford I soloists, held nuts and mints. Presiding '. I.'tr" : I White With Blue Trim. V8 Engine Power Steering Power

presented a piocram! of ut the punch bowls were Mrs. ';: ..;: J Bak.I.." Conditioning.. Automalic Transmission, Clean And'
Steve Wynn and Mrs Joanne Just machine wash and dry. No Ironing nllPt1..d. 58/60" '. :
: : ,
l1upliulmusic. ; 'J.. I Nice Look iii|<* Newer Car Than lilt
.. ..
Sellers wde. '
I u: Curtis( Davis! attended his ,.2 4, ;\.. '
brusher best fishers' Miss Beth Davis served the 'r.' Last Year Price ItU Thi Year Pnce 3095
as man 'lular1.n
vveuI I.oon Mom. l-arry groom's cuke from a table sa ,' \; I.,...
covered with a lace cloth over I. ..-
r :\lo..h'y.( lucky :IONleyIark) .
Mnsle.v. !Lester Johns Scott blue linen. The chocolate two- 1 76 ,..., I '" 1915FORDR 800 4 DR.
12 % .
I I': :\11..11' und! Adam tiered cake was topped with a ,; '
> Moslev .. YD. hQ .. (Clean Car In Good/ Condition Was Owned By The Bradford Co
bride holding a groom's coattail .
Hitushers blue
wore royal flanked with a ball and l I Sheriff'" Dept: Well Maintained With Lola Of Miles left In It
i tuxedos with evening blue . \1C11f1111o
... .. .
chain handcuffs and billy- I '
l'ullll'l shirts royal blue Last Year Price 24M. This Yaers Price 1995

.., velvet bow 1 ties! und evening jack t 1 ';l,1 .. [
blue silk rosebuds. Miss Joyce Elder: presidedlit I t
:Miss l.oiiss.i Mosley served the child's punch table I', 'j+ 1974 DODGE CLUB CAB 4 TV/DRIVE JI JIThl'
which was covered with a i Ir
her sister us maid of honor. r
1 white lace cloth over blue I II A Strong Truck \Vnal Will Go Ain Anywhere You Want j
{ :She Aline of I
wore an gown(
blue velvet with linen und centered with a .. ." To Go. And You Can Take 4 Or 5 With, You 4 Wheel Dnve

empire evening waist and long sleeves punch bowl of blue punch and ." .. .. ...... .. Work Perfect/ :

m accented ilh royal blue trim encircled with greenery andevening { i' Last Year Price; **tt& This Year Price '2995
: wore a royal blue velvet blue flowers .
braShe bow attached to net onI .!Mrs Joey Reese kept the I

her head She carried an armIsruquet bride's book at a table covered
of evening blue ,with w hi te lace over blue linen ) yrA
( .f( 1974 CHEYROLETI.'ILl4 DR.
turnationsvith streamers and held two evening blue
Run And Drives Good Make A Great Second Car With, Power
I tapers in silver candle h.prs ,
:Mis, Khonda litom, :Mrs .
__ ,
"l'urlhley.: Mis Sandy surrounded by two doves Steering Power Brakes V8 AutOTiatia Transmission Air

Moslev.. Mrs Diane Johns and leather leaf fern and evening Conditioning, Sold A* la !

'. 'MISH Tamara Etherldgo were blue carnations. A blue plume Last Year Price, 'TIM This, Years Price *1595
;uttt-ndaiiN Theyere pen was used
gowned identical to the honor !Mrs Charles Schmitt

: atlenil.int except /there \\... no greeted the guests. and also seuvitfor A
trim on their gowns They directed the wedding. Stan 1973 GRAND PRIX COUPE

j I w mire evening blue velvet bows ding in the receiving\ line were Loaded With All The Goodies Including AM FM And

l! in their hair attached to net the bride and groom mother Tape This Car Really Needs Painting But Trial All It Will Go For j ja !
of the bride and father and
und tarried arm bouquets
Lotla Year Yet
I mother of the groom) and
blue carnations with '
c. streamers. They all01'1..' bridal attendants. Last VIa" Price'7694 This Years Price 1995 I'

." ,( white from ,the short bride'gloves, a gift !\ Assisting jail in and serving Darlene we'reIisses JUST CALICO MALIBU PLEATED SKIRT "

'. I.itllellss: Carlene Rhoden 1972 OLDS 98 WAGON I

!1 McGushion was flower girl Rice bags and thank you PRINTS MATESS MATERIAL Loaded With Equipment And A One Pwner, t"'III.' I A 9 Paaa .
scrolls were passed out by
and was dressed Identical to Miss Sissy Metrs. and Model That Will, Take A Large Family A Long Way Cheek ThiS ; \
She carried Billy .
the attendants a
.j t' lace I lower basket. Junior Meirs. 100% Polyester Car Out Las| V.art Proce: '1IQ

T Adam Moselv carried the Following a wedding trip to 4445.100; : % Cotton.. '''"< 44/45 100" Cotton TNIS TUB'S SUPER SPECIE I )

'bride's minister bible to and perform gave it to the the Disney reside off World SR-I6 the east couple.Starke will Machine. Wash. Warm v Machine Wash, WarmRuular'1,99 Rlcular&9'lnch 'AS IS'-CASN PRICE. $700

The bride and groom are

(t! ceremony marriage Trip bride.by from.her grandfather.given i in both Mr BUS Davis graduates Is 'employed in. Aeular'2.29 I 2 9 c .ca' Special S -- '

construction in Park
Alford Baker wore a lloor Orange ; Inch 59- Pec ,
white satin with
length gown HOMEmW
chapel train, ,flared skirt 1912 BIRTH MOTOR
1 square neckline with diamond .. $ I No Extras To Buy
shaped lace Insert in the front \ "$11' : 98 ,1 .79 : ; .Thi* A 25' Model Thai Has Got To Be The Cleanest This

The fitted bodice had front .. For 24" Waist Buy 22 Inches Area You Mut See This motor Home Before Yog Buy The
S and back pin tucks and full Running Gear I IS AH Chevrolet With A> 400 V8 Engine' Automatic j
'11. .
length sleeves gathered at the Sonl" people hll\'. wild that '. 'J';'' : Total Skirt Cost 'B" ran.ml."onPowar Steering Pcwref Brake*, Front Air .. .
shoulders and cuffs. She worea II lioil' heart l buried l ill Ihv Conditioning Root Air Wutv A 4KW Generator' This I 18 The Lux
Juliet cap of seed pearls house wuulil protect It from, 'c :( Model' (So It S Nice, Inside' ) With Only 340OO Actual! One Owner(

trimmed with \peau! d'ange Imhl ninit. .t'1' M'I"' '
is lace and fingertip veil of ii- : Lay Ywrs Price TMI4 This" Year Price 13,995 '

i' lusion. Attached to the head " ,
flowing floor f.' tt-rM ft .* I J*:.*.*.*._ I .... .
piece was a long TIIl: ISleU..IItIJ.. -* fl w MfJ. v W..wW..M r//M.witM., 'V :
I \ : :' ;
train of d'ange l'S1nuIt.PII; :' '" L r- *YMMY' PIV IM **4lf 1' r:ii ;1
length, peau l'l) : : r Nwr T. I
cascade of ; : % it* < W* !!**"* ***)!** '
carried ;
lace. She a '1 11111111111111I M r rMi M?w f M ; ettn IIIII[ -r.=r-HIr) III 1"IIIJIIIII'IIIIWlmmll'JIJIIlmIllIlJlIlIlfIi." ') !
i miniature white carnations "Published every Thursday. **>**,*(l IWMet H **-* #!**.** *t #i ) >I* \ -h-t>-. / "l ..
evening blue silk rosebuds and aliu\\: '. Call. St' reel .I.,T'j-s u ** tM tr a pi. ._S...*.e. Ff.e*.. jf .. -:' f i it
white streamers tied in love !Slarke, Florida JJOMISvcond / : -- .".

knots.Attached was a corsage ('la..s pmtlaite paUalSlarkr. r 'r l !
of evening blue silk rosebuds Flerkfa"Subscrlpllon ; '.

\,' and the she groom's pinned on boutonniere his.of,lapel the I In lradeareaI7pef:lIeIest.. 1/ :;//l IDaJilirrrm(!; : &m {L Wi! : / ..'. <

beginning t FLORIDAT
I years $1 .l.niunth! *. -" .If .....".. . '.(,...." ,
UhlCh i lellowshlP held in the Outsldelrsdeprrni' : i (is 1.III. .. : 301 S. Starke Flart '- '" p--- '
Hall. "'
l er >earl Srsil six month .. : '
polnts of Interest were t .V"i. h ; .. .. ,.... .. .
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IF I 1 Act!N.o W*;On New Charter Attorney Tells Brookei"The ( I : Flea Market, Saturday<< ; I IA 1HE UNBORN'AND

Curtis' Nubpresdent
flea M..et.. sponsored Mrs. Sanders
commission. The commission Agriculture Commissioner Prescott The member Woman's requested members 1HE NEWBORN
of : Starke Club
Brooker is government going, to have to then has 90 days to present a Doyle Conner decided to discus: the matterat willp'be held Saturday, to bring articles' for sale. .
date. /
change," laid city attorney final document which the a later council confirmed'E'"I the January 14, at the Eagle- either to Terwillegar Realty, !veto Hiemom
citizens must then vote to could -The ClII'Street 205 N.Temple Phone 964-7776. 9
Jew Wolbert Tuesday night at believe he get us 14 election for two DeVane Building on '
the,, Brooker city council adopt. some help," Stalnaker Nld.Feb.councilmen a city clerk. a beginning at > a.m., or la the which EaeleDeVsneJuildlng will be } OF opmESMothers
Urging haste he sald."You open
meeting. said Cecelia TerwUlegar,
Calling fore the council to can't sit down and sleep with It In other action: mayor and are a now mar being hall.Qualifications financial chairman of the /riday for receiving and MatCh \

begin preparations to create a for a couple of years. You -Vernon Prescott appealed accepted. club pricing.Silver. linens r'''i5MA..eOCaa. ..Nno eY nf:fnllw.e. 'rMother. :
charter government Wolbert have the opportunity to be the to the council to nave the garbage brass, china ,
of fledgling com- fromktlng Mayor George furniture,pictures: ;' pots, i
described the fathers a changed pans
"a myriad present of garbage systema munity." Tuesday days and Saturday to Pierce told the members that Grower's Meet, plants clothing, clocks; tools!! .'March For Dimes Set Jan. 31'l
called ordinances. He added The council seta tentative Monday and Friday with the he had purchased a :20-galkM radios; pocketknives: bottles l
Jan. 23.for a kerosene heater for the Ire prints, fishing gear,., automotive ture outside of' her neighbor ;
that every act that the council date,of Monday dump closing an hour later on Set TuesdayAt The Mother's March for the
the hoses
takes is going to be work session to discuss: the these nights station to prevent paraphernalia, of Dimes will be held hood.
that there conflicting charter. from frees fog. He asked permission stamps. glass books, arts March The mothers. have always
act are to 7:30
from 0 : p.m.
members discussed to purchase a drum to coins, bells, toys, pottery Jan 31 been well-received said'
ordinances: in, the present The again "I've Been talking to everybody BrookerA According to Gladys Pierce, Last
system and "now is the time Improvements to thetown' that has been going out store kerosene in, but was Jewelry cporcelain rugs, and co-chairman of the march, Chairman Pat Spengter"
to adopt a charter." water system. Unable there and I haven't had a Kickback offered one by Stalnaker for grower's meeting for drapes will all be appreciated.Mrs. there will be approximately year they collected Mrs.ap
Wolbert told the council to reach any decisions C.J. about It yet" said free. Pierce accepted. people interested In Sanders said. mothers collecting door to proximately $300.the
would 1 Success of the Flea Market 100 Spengler attributes good
Stalnaker said that he
members that an election marketing produce at the National Committee
door.The that "webirth
:l to the fact
members and
must be held to elect a charter discuss the matter with Brooker state Farmers depends on the has broken down the city: Into response
No One Hurt Market will be held Tuesday public trading their "trash"for each mother do have persons
Seriously "treasures" said Mrs. sections so that defects) In Bradford County
Jan. 17, at the Brooker have to vane .
TerwUlegar.. collecting will_ not. that receive aid." '
N Starke Elementary Community Center. Money derived from the
The meeting Is (for
open anyone
benefit the civic
In 3 Driving Mishaps : Interested in marketingproduce. effort win .
SCHOOL NEWS Gretel' Will oe In two weeks. .. VBJ P.cklnaompany projects of the Starke ,
The following Starke There are twenty nine parts to will have a Woman's Club. i t Ytlyt //
Elementary Students par. be assigned. The students are refused to be taken 110 the to their
ticlpated In the It.D.S. District working hard trying to get the Three In persons separate were weekend hospital.In operation and explain answer Any Items that need to be ,. )
Tournament in Lake City on role prepared they would like accidents that left no one another accident, questions on growing and picked up call Mrs. Mac Some people believe thai dreaming of a bright burning *
Saturday,January 7,1978 and to try out for. seriously injured. Michael K. Bennlfleld was marketing: produce said Bob Baldwin 064-7944. candle means you will reeeive a Utter from your love.

receivthe following The second and 'third Andrew Knight of Lawteywas treated and released at Allen market manager.Allen .. _..ss.... r_
awards: graders are busy learning to CrawrordRoad Shands Teaching Hospital in said the meeting la 1
traveling on
Bobby wmingham.. 1st play the resonator. bells. So when he attempted to Gainesville after the truck he being held to generate more
Blue RIbbon Curtis have accomplished a
place ; far,they was driving flipped three
too fast, Florida interest in bringing produce to
take a curve
Simmons, 1st place Blue song on the bells and will Highway Patrol reports said times on SR-S233, nine miles the Brooker market He said
Ribbon t Daniel Knowles. 3rd begin working on another next Knight ran off the road and t hita west of Starke. the meeting will also give the
place, Yellow Ribbon; Norman week. Bennifleld reported that a
approximately market idea what the
tree an
Dague 2nd place, Red The kindergarten and first pine rifle in the rack behind him are planning for
Ribbon; Cheryl VVillmgham, graders are learning their 45 m.p.h.Treated and released from left its place and he was tryingto spring growers planting and
2nd place, Red Ribbon. notes and to listen well to adjust it when the truck ran
Hospital. of
Bradford County marketing vegetables
Parents. remember: music. They are also learninga charged. with off the pavement. He said the .... .
students are now collecting lot of new songs. Knight was next thing he rememberedwas ........ .
Campbell Soup labels,to get 8CIlOOLIENU! careless Glen Alan driving.Kemp also of being thrown through the
AV equipment for our school.: MONDAY! ) Cheeseburgeron windshield. 2t'driasJbow
In Union
There is a display of booksin bun, french fries, pickles & Lawtey,Hospital spent a after day an acci-- Bennif ield was charged with -
the library on arts and lettuce, yellow cake with County SIMS in Raiford. careless driving,and no tag or Tommy McLendon of
dent on
crafts that might show Interest chocolate icing, milk. Kemp and James Mobley of Inspection. Tallahassee visited his
to the students and TUESDAY i Lasagna, Lake Butler were traveling at parents Mr. and Mrs. R.P.McLendon .
encourage them to be creativeon garden salad apple sauce, a high rate of speed when the Willie Mack Griffin 21, of over the weekend.
these cool winter days. garlic rolls, milk.WEDNESDAY 1978 Chevrolet In which they Lake Butler said a car that
MUSIC NEWSIn : Sausage were traveling hit an Information ran across the road In front ofhis Shelby B.Hodge returned to t ;' 'f l
music class, the fourth links, buttered rice. tomato ,
sign,crossed SR-1211nto a t vehicle made him swerve Charleston S.C. Wednesdayafter SURE BET
and fifth graders are doing a gravy, field peas, pear. half, ditch, and hit the railroad off the road, causing the a weeks visit with his
rhythmic movement which roll milk. tracks. The car then jumped vehicle to slide and roD ove.. brother-in-law and slater Mr. By Blgelow
originated In the Phillipine THURSDAY) Roast mashedpotatoes beef onto the tracks and continued Griffin was found to be in and Mrs. C.G. Hill.
Islands called Tiniklin ThisIs brown gravy south on them for over. 100 violation of restrictions and Dense M boa
where the students Jump 8 beans, fruit
string missing a proper. tag. Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopson
foot bamboo poles as they go cup roll. milk. feet.Kemp was treated at UGH and son, Christopher, spent SAXONY5 4
in and out It is quite a skill Sloppy joe on .
FRIDAY: for bumps and bruises. tie A hit arid run driver. left Dec.24-30 on a snow vacationin
mastered. bun. baked beans, cabbage ;
once It is was charged with unlawful Vera Parrlsh Waters In her the North Carolina
Auditions for the 5th grade slaw potatoe chips, cherry alcohol blood level. Mobley vehicle by the side of SR-121 mountains, staying at the
musical, "Hansel and cobbler, and milk.
Spring ; cake Friday. Mrs. Waters was Mountain ski resort
............. -- -- -- Beach CONGOLEUM '
-- -- --- -- -- ,traveling with Sue Ann where they were snowed in for
Waters, 19,as she tried to turn several days.

err onto vehicle Johns, which Road.she cannot Another describe a No-Wax Vinyl

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Possibly the''first solar hot hot water Is set for whatever ''wite he said the eo acres 'including bulldozer hit something, ., taken to the mill dressed and I patio with built In bar-b-cue.
water heating in' thearea has water temperature! you want, the house are for sale The something turned out to ongue and grooved for Ux pit and a curved driveway.Not .
been Installed on a new home said Edwards. If the dune ray*' The property on which: ,Edwards be a log about four feet in altherblock to be left out Is the
on SR-100, east of Stark.by are not sufficient the heater raises cattle, Is bound diameter and 14 feet'' long counter tops I Edward German Shepherd I
r'r retired contractor J.M. Edwards will come on with conventional : to two sides' by the Camp covered with mud. Edwards and a butcher block curved I 'who has a dog house abo la'
Sr.Designed. utilities, he added. Handing railroad aid the log was allowed to dry bar will complete the kitchen.To California redwood from the
+t The solar hot water heating Edwards says his wife calls for 2V4 years and then wan be added to the home Is a I ''lumber not used in the house.

Edwards,the and 1,000 contracted square foot by will five liquidate years, says Itself In Edwards.three to American"the style of the with home! 'Old the ...:..o..e.: BROOKER IN BRIEF ...................... _

if'A two-bedroom California. Utility Mils will be less be- California redwood siding and,
redwood home was begun in CSUM''It has'been' "estimated- I'pecky ,cypress estimated at .by Jeanette. Prescott BIRTH MONDAYtChicken: and rice
September and is almost hot water heating I Is upwards 2000 'years old& In the living 48S-I11S. Mrs. and Mrs David JT noodles, buttered peas,
,l i ready for occupancy. fillS percent of a stllity bill, room,' dining area and half, Prescott wish to announce the carrot itix, Jello with sirawberrlM .
Edwards, also a retired Sdwards added. way. birth of their son David hot rolls milk.
engineer said& he had first A fireplace Is the focal point BRIDAL SHOWER Bridget Prescott on Jan. 8, in TUEDAVt Chili with beef
thought he would build the The home aW ''Includes m the living room and has a Mrs Dale Phillips, recent Alacnua General Hospital. and bean, peaches cabbage
solar panels himself and did conventional central heal and mantel made from one solid bride was honored with abrldal.hower ,David weighed In at 10 Ibs. 7Viox. claw cookie.french bread milk,
receive some Information air conditioning. Edward piece of 12 by 12 Inch pecky ,Thurs., Jan. S, paternal grandfather Is .
from the University of said heating and cooling will, :ypresa, in the New River Baptist Mr. Claude Prescott, of
WEDNESDAY Hamburgers
Li c Florida;but decided to order a not be a problem) because he! Both bedrooms are paneled Church Educational Building. Brooker. *
package: through Hughes designed it with 10 Inches of >>hl a !the batujarebrighUy; on Tomato,
Hostesses for the affair were
PERSONALS ,buttered banana
Mr and Mra. Simon milk.
The $1,200 kit was Installed Inches of .insulation in the Edwards related the story Catherine Henry;aided by the
by Bill Forsyth of Starke eight'Inch thick walls, combined Jj the heart of cypress used In other ladies ,of, the church.: NC., whileof enroute Wilmington to, THURSDAY Roast beef
the kitchen.
Edwards H..sald
said. The solar unit he
thick was
with :
a. plastic !
sr Hobesound, Fla., visited Mra. and gravy,pineapple pudding
? was ordered with the capacity the walls. clearing a pond on his
wrapping Refreshments mustardgreens
were served Ethel RUM mashed potatoes,
on Friday night,
to supply water for fourthermoatatlor Although the home was designed property behind the radio
and enjoyed during the Jan corn bread, milk.,
nle.The the and his station, on SR-100 when the
.,.d,,".. .. u .,>_ .,,,. ,for,. ..Edwards.. ". '""" ,.. ".. ", """ evening Mrs. Phillips received FRIDAY) Corndogs,
h .. r""'" "" : : f many useful and practical SCHOOL MENUS vegetarian beans, cabbage
gifts. January 1S-29 slaw, peach cobbler, milk.STARKE .

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designed will MM the suns rays.to beat hot" water for thehome yet II ., ,, ., ,
on SR-100. east of Stark: : v' arrrrh rraN ,
,H The 1.800 square foot home with California redwood siding! and SHOP (
lypress Interior Is probably the first In the area to use solar f11 IhV
..nerlY'or hot water Edwards said his. unit will cut his utility
Mil by over 15 percent and the cost .. the,solar package will ft" t44) N 107 E. Call St. Starke.
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I 1wusic. [ Program To Marie Birthday 1 PHONE 964-8925, I.

rf Stephan Foster'Jan. 13-19 1 1000 .
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III 7 I Musical programs will In Florida and the nation. Also t r '
RI k mark the observance of on Jan. IS, the nationally- onoa"dPtlper$25.95
i Stephen Foster Week on the known McLain Family Band LETTER HEADS..J! ?
''Suwannee River, Jan. 1319.mThe from Berea, Ky will entertain
visitors with a program. of r
programs will feature bluegrass music. 1000
Florida, musicians as On Jan. 18,Jean Ritchie will '
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as out-of-state talent. return to the center for her ? 26.95
at the cultural arts second performance of folk ENVELOPES ....... .!:. !! 2i! ...........? I I
expect that a majority music.Ritchie was selected as
visitors will come "Folk performer of the year" ,Todd Samons,Michel Gullioa and Anne Kea Ion prepare for the first lemester art Ih_.
the Tallahassee-Jack by Rollingstone magazine.Jan. 1000
-Gainesville area.. 17-18-19 will feature ,
In addition, many South local talent in musical Students Hold ShowBHS

Georgians and out-of-state) programs to the famous composer Jax Man Gets BUSINESS CARDS ....................!.ll 1 .50
residents traveling 175..ealso Including special LifeCharlie art students will
expected to participate in carillon concerts by staff display their first semester j''
the event carillonneur. work in an art show Thursdayand Colors Extra On Above Orders
The Lakeside ElementarYFifth All programs will be at 2 White of Jacksonville for the murder of a Friday:, Jan. 12 and 13, In
Grade Chorus of Orange p.m. with the public invited. was sentenced by Judge fellow inmate at Florida State the BHS library. Also Available At Same Low Price
Park will open this special .There Is no charge other than Wayne M. Carlisle Monday to Prison. Jimmie Lee Wilson The library will be open
week on Jan. 13 with a pro- the regular fee for admissionto life in for the June 17, was found stabbed to death In from 8 am to 3:13: pm. The
gram of Foster and familiar the 250-acre cultural center: 1977 mooting death of his his cell Oct 31, 1976. ac public: is Invited to inspect the RUBBER STAMPS-DESK NAME PLATES
favorites. The Stephen Foster Centeris homosexual lover Bobble cording to court records. art work, which can be purchased -
On Jan. 14-15.a Florida Folk open to the public from 9 Allen Jones. In another case, James If the student wishes. WEDDING INVITATIONS
Arts Conference will be heldat a.m. to 5:39p.m. daily. It is. White 22, pleaded guilty to Michael Wood received an The exhibit will feature ..
the center featuring noted located on US. 41at White*, second-degree murder of additional five years added to drawings, paintings and Business Forms Of All Kinds
folklorlsts In seminar on the Springs, just three miles east Jones. whose body was found his present prison term for pottery by students in grades
status of folklore! :and folkttfe /:J-75 via,, C fl36.. \1 ..' :p ; t t J\=' violating!! the probation he ,9-12, Approximately 200 items
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burglary of Dr. and Mr. ..._.. .
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Southside School students who was principal at South- Jones was found stripped of All hearings took place "
'and teachers are getting the side Elementary School: for 11 clothing and identification, Inside the maximum security :: Uarde
\', New Year off to a good start. years prior to his retirement except for a high''' school ring, prison. Judge Carlisle beganthe ; :
We welcome Mrs. Darlene In 1973. She is a graduate of which led to his Identification. practice of holding the
| rtobbs Brown as our new the University ,of South The ring was traced by the hearings at the prison five .
)kindergarten teacher to Florida. :Initials (BAJ) to the Jacksonville months ago to speed up the
replace Mrs. Sheryl Gladden Coming events that parents high school that he at handling of the numerous '
i who is taking maternity leave. should be aware of are: tended. prison cases.
Mrs. Gladden and her bus- Monday,January 23.the third White was arrested while Judge Carlisle said that
and have a new son John' six weeks grading period driving Jones'car in Atlanta. court personnel could easily BIG DEWU'MGIIONE
Gardner Gladden, eight ends; Monday January 30 The Revelation .22 calibre drive to the prison and thus
ands, twelve ounces, born report cards go home; Friday revolver was found In the prevent the problems involved
ecember 29, 1977. January 27- planning day for trunk of the car. In bringing dangerous Inmates
Mrs. Darlene Brown is the ,teachers, students do not Frank Plttro was also to the courtroom In
aughter of Mr. J.C. Hobbs attend school that day. sentenced Monday, to life In Starke, seven miles away.PLANNED FREE

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By jHaalla'lUnrls' She'wasanoveTnlght guest of out and enjoy Bingo every Charlie Mattox were'vislting and Mr. Don Williams of has been visiting relativeshere. Kirkland Mrs. Roxy I would. roncr nave OIMpttaiant
Phone 43MS7 > Bob land family Sunday night hundar.nlaht."t. 7p.m.1.n the relatives in Stark, over the Gainesville. They all had a of Macclenny, and word
4nJaxi rlubltousa., ;I'>r. i weekend.Mr. wonderful visit together. Mn. H.W. PrIngle and Mr .brother, Mr. Ronnie GrUf Is, .In klmfn. told to m.
Our sympathy goes to the Frank and Yvonne. Brown .1 It UIQ nice lo-hear fnunMivspdMrs.OuvU and Mn. 0.& Fbnylh Miss Cheryl Yarbrough and William Pringle visited Mr.Prlngle's attended the funeral of a Than flattery when my heart.
t .family.,andfrl 3s of.,Mrs. allllldla1" .'/Cbry7 acid i Kim \ Burnett, have been enjoying a week's other young peopleJohnstown from sister, Mrs Oats cousin In Tampa Tuesday U still <
> ,Sarah Alvares who passed went to Claremont N.C- the <..on".our home town (folks* now visit from their daughter, Baptist Church Brewer. In Lawtey Friday. We are sorry to hear our And Hha. ceased M b&
away last Monday.' May .God -'c"af' r', ChrfetnMfor" a ; residing In Keystone. Heights Rev. and Mrs. Wit Pittman travelled to the Youth Fellow. II.W. Prlngle and William pastor, the Rev .Hugh 'j t
comfort yoy) in It ibis tirna-.of\ ; 'Visit With Mr. Brown's' family. i I'D. }) happy to hoer they:enjoy) from Missouri. Rev. Pittman ship\ meeting in Uve Oak PrIngle were business visitors Walters,, is ill and In the I would rather have a fovfcicmil
They enjoyed the snow on New treading.- our, ,column i each is an evangelist and they have Saturday night. They all enjoyed In Gainesville Wednesday. hospital Our thoughts and 't
Mn. Pierce Crewa and Mn.Onl Year eve's nd returned home. ;wet*.. They ,say it & like been enjoying tours of the the fellowship and Mrs. Ruby Rickerson prayers are with you.I From friend. I know are
Thornton visited Mrs.Thorntotr's Tuesday. ,gfUne _, le.tef"lrom hone. state but I know they are singing along with the delicious visited Mr. and Mn. Jack know you readers will true '
daughter; ,Mn. Mr*: Jarrfl1Smifl1' was ':'Happy; Sloth .Anniversary .looking forward to returning refreshment that were Harris and little Miss Amy agree with (his{, little poem: Than tears thfd 'round my
W.", Atwood. Sr., wt visiting In Jan. for a couple of from aU of us-!to you." The to their state of Missouri as served. Bonita and Charley Sunday catlwt.
Tuesday on Morgan Road. days ass'week Burnett children and grand they have five grown and Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Atwood afternoon. Then we all GIVE NOW When this world I bid
Mn. Ruby Rlckenon Mr*)and Mn: James Smith children are giving a reception married children back there Sr., visited their daughter traveled to visit Mn. Brenda adieu.. !
visited her granddaughter\ and children were entertained! in.honor thel,50th anniversary I. Mark and Madeline Mr. and Mrs Mike Clane, In Cowart I would rather hove out ,llttltrote. ,
Mrs;' Brenda Cowart. and at an after Christmas buffet at '\ ;' It will be held .Sun Richardson 'of Cocoa visited Keystone Heights Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Griffls Blossoms bring ta me today!
little Amy Bonita;Wednesday. their'son' and Wife's home, day. Jan. 15, from : m. her parents Mr. and Mrs. night after church services. had as a Sunday night guest, From the garden of a friend Whether pink or red at
of last week. James-Smith, Jr.; and Donna. at the First( Baptist Church on L.V. Waters of Lake Butler, Mn. Pierce Crews, her Mr. Cecile Mathis from Jax. Than' to have the choicest whit' .
Mn.: Alice Cason' had 'her They enjoyed! the 1 occasion SK.100 in Keystone Heights.. and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. sister Mn. Onle Thorntonand Mrs paulette Davison and /lower I'd rafter' haw on. blossom
daughter.. Mn.,. Blanche very mUch. I' Everyone Is cordially Invited;; J.T. Richardson of State Mrs. Ruby Jewel Atwood children visited Mr. and Mrs. When in.taycseath must now
Johnson of Jax. as a houseguest The Browns and the At. .nor aifU.please. ,. Farm were shopping in Gainesville Keith Griffis In Macclenny: .n last week. woods While visiting in N.C., Mr.. 'and! Mrs.: Robert F. Miss Ester Pearson had a Thursday and enjoyed diningout recently dead.
met In'Ashville at the S *V''F Olin Sr had 'a wonderful nice visit to Dade City over the at Morrison's.We Mr. and Mn. Keith Griffls
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This Is such an appropriate Cafeteria and had a wonderful house guest last( week, Mr. holidays to her grand are glad to hear Kevin and family visited his parents,
prayer bra. housewife; visit and luncheon-1 together. Wayne W ten from' Jax. He is mother's, Mrs. Lou Conner Minton is out of the hospitaland .and Mn. Mallie Griffis It I'
Miss' :Nancy Wllkerson a fine musician and plays the Ester's mother, Mrs. Delyng able to be back at work. was the tint time Keith's new (il VB( WiY(

Thou who the thirty visited Miss Teresa Dollar at piano Pearson, visited Dade City Mn. W.F Atwood, sr., baby had been out to visit
win*i iFed gave the State Farm last week. played theutpano''fotrattte* over the weekend end'' her spent the weekend in know they are proud of' that 138 East Call St. Starke 884. 890.
multitude with 'oa... They had a wonderful time at Watchnight services for the daughter accompanied her Auburndale after returning bundle of joy.
andUh..> Bingo'Thunkiay young people' at 'Johnstown back home. her mother home. Her mother Mn. Carmen Thornton and

Bless/ hit humblf' meat of The FSP and UCI Employee Baptist Church on New Year'seve. Mr. and Mrs. Howard BROWNIES 2/25C
mix*; a Club held their'election The Ollns had the Redding had as Saturday .
Then give m. strength to do of officers! The officers pleasure of Wayne's playingand Erin guests, their son
tit. ditht. who witt assume 1Mlr'duties singing,In their home as and Elaine and little
next week are: Claudia 'well. It was an enjoyable Miss Brandy.They all enjoyedthe RASPBERRY COCONUT
It was nice to see Miss Massey president, Delyne occasion for everyone. evening together. ,
Jackie Riven twin sister Pearson, vice-president, and Mr.and Mrs. Joe Mathis are Miss Dottie Redding and GO
home for New Year's. She hada Juanita Richardson, enjoying moving into another Mr. Don Williams of Gainesville PINEAPPLE MACAROONS
lot of good luck, winning at secretary and treasurer. home. In the town of Raiford. visited her parents
Bingo. All employees of both Insti. and they are busy getting Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs Sarah Stafford had a tutions. FSP and UCI. are everything organized in their Charlie Redding. TORIES $129 79C
wonderful visit with her son, cordially Invited to attend all house. Know you all will enjoy Linda and Lane Gasklns had oz.,
Mr. Bob Stafford and family. matica lly a memoer wnen you your stay here. as Saturday night Ste Edwards Church Hall 1
functions. You are auto- become an employee.! Come Mr. Rusty Siberling and Mr. guests Miss Dottie Redding Eve Saturda 8OOP.M.

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HAMPTON HIGHLIGHTS guest of honor at a baby Otis Leech. They saw some
by Dolores Meng shower given on January 7 by snow and had a good trip.
Mrs. Kerry Baker and Mn.
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Alice Faye Waters Gene Joyner, president, gFAI"R
celebrated her Jan. 9 birthday Michael William Meng conducted the meeting of the
with a family celebration celebrated his 16th birthdayon Hampton 4-H Club held at
including brothers and their January 6. the same day Hampton Elementary School
families. She also enjoyed a his brother, William Michaelof 1 on January 9. He demonstrated
shopping and dining trip to St. Petersburg turned 29 constructing and CHOICE shire'
Jacksonville with Mrs. Ruth year of age. displaying posters. Refresh.
Meng on Monday Chris Meng celebrated his ments were served by Gene
Belated birthday wishes go 15th birthday on Jan. 12. and his brother, Jimmy.CANDYSTRIPERS. --T 11

to Steven Earnest who Super Discount Super DiscountStdrkisf Super Discount
celebrated on December 7. CONVALESCENTJames
Steven is enjoying several Griffis of Graham
weeks home from Mississippi returned home on Monday Wendy Lloyd and Lisa MIRACLEWHIP CLOSE-UP'
College where he Is a student. after undergoing an Carter are among the young
Mrs. Joyce Collins emergency appendectomy on ladies doing volunteer work as
celebrated her latest birthdayon Friday at Bradford County Candystripers at Bradford CHUNK LIGHT MEATTUNA I
December 26. Hospital. County Hospital. They are to I TOOTHPASTEJl
Mrs. Ruth Oliver and Mrs. Mrs. Virgie Barksdale is be commended for giving of
Margaret Crews of Fort enjoying her lake home after their time and efforts In I i ,
Lauderdale left Tuesday after spending a month visiting her assisting there. 'Iti\ SALAD DRESSING RED &
spending several days with son and family Mr. and Mn. \ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver and Robert Barksdale in Hum NEW STUDENTS. OIL
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins. boldt Tennessee.The weatherwas Cindy Frey was welcomedas Minch C 74
LAKE cold with snow and ice 320.89 l'it 6.5oz 9
HAMPTON although beautiful.Mr. Jean a new Clark's first class grader on Monday.in Mrs.. J whip 6.40ZTUBE i

SHOWERS, ... .. and Mn. Henry Spell .Andy "'Fwry' Joined 'M''" .CAN = .
Mrs. Sallye Scogglns was 'and Stephen returned blame on Joyce K ykemUiir% Second :
honored with a atork,showeron 7ueadaevtmingr'rafter' grade class Monday. His I". ..
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January 7 at the home of spending a week In' Owens- cousin Scott, is also a new ar//.11MrrMe fib : ,
Mrs. Elmer Lewis In Starke. boro Kentucky, visiting their second grader. They rAN1/1Y MIOa t. COMPARE "::.-=. err r
Mrs. Griffis the aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mn. WHIP _
Kathy was
previously attended Starke I'TOPPING
Elementary School. 65'
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STARKE-FIRESTONE Patricia McGregor Is the 1 tit Potato
latest addition to Mrs Carole -war/, 49 1 ". Pride,r Pak Potatoes 39*
Stevenson's seventh grade ( HI MI mm i uv
US 301 N. Starke Fla.
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big help to parents and .. .
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HANDLING. AND CONTROL have taken and r.r..rr.r. a ,
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BENIORCITIZENB 0 Elisabeth. Terry
service m boner 01 ur. by
Ellss bath: G.Walker Martin Luther King's birthday ....7623335CHUitcu
The of the The monthly meeting of Dell by asked. to take part in services
Strand Senior Chapter lea will be held Phone M4-M83 at Philadelphia Baptist will be) held Sunday, Jan. ACTIVITIES Orange Park.
held Wed.,Jan.Citizens 18,:at 7 will be In Thursday Jan. 12,at 7 p.m. In and second Monday night.for 1 change service with Gainesville Church In Lawtey in honor of 15. Choirs participating in the Mrs. W.F. Atwood of
the RJE. The p.m. of the Masonic Hall on B OWDI.. rehearsal Tuesday night at 7 Church. Visitors are Dr. Martin Luther King's program are: The Church. of .CHURCH or GOD Sunday organ Road plans to spenda
all senior citizeN Is needed Street p.m. Young Junior welcome.ML birthday Jan. 15. Program God in Christ Freewill School 10 ..m., Worship Service few days with her mother}
for success. All members are Invited to hearsal. Wednesday Prayer Plsgah A.M.E. time 7:30: p.m Baptist. Antioch Baptist., 11 a.m. and 6 p.m Mrs. Onie Thornton, ofAuburndale
attend, business of vital im Meetlngat?p.m.,Thursday, 7 Church: Choir rehearsal for The Lawtey Community Choir Praver MeetlM Wednesday 7
CONCERNED CITIZENSOF portanc. p.m.. Bible Study. SUndaySchoOl. the Young Adults at 7:30: Mt. Sinai Women Convention New Bethel Baptist p.m, YPE Friday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Daisy Thompson, her
Board meeting will be Philadelphia Baptist, New M.MV
10 a.m.; 3 p.m. Wednesday. Sunday School 10 RAPnSTl daughter Mrs. Jordan
BRADFORD COUNTY CHURCH NEWS Lovefeast a.m.. Morning Worship 11 held Jan.21.3:30: p.m. at New. Hope and Greater Allen Sunday EVERGREEN.School 10' and daughter, Janet went to
Bethel Baptist Church. Chapel AME Church.: a.m
Ohio andapent. a
ML Morlab United Findlay
a.m and
The Concerned Services 11 a.m. 7 p.m
f pitlzens of Methodist Bible Church We are asking all that can week with her sons Mr. and
Bradford will Free Canaan True Church Church i Ebenetcr Baptist Training Union t p.m. Prayer
7 County meet at of God Tuesday!! 7 p.m. each Study Prayer Meeting and Tuesday!! 7 p.m. Bible Study. come to make plans for the Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Mrs. Dale Thompson and
Thursday, Jan. 26 in
p.m. convention to be held in
rehearsal 6 6:30 Prayer May. New Hope Baptist family and Gary Thompson.
the Day Care Center week Bible Band Wed. Wednesday p.m. Thursday : Chorea Watch Night war observed
RJE. room at Tarrying Service 730.: Sunday Sunday School 9:30: Morning Meeting. Friday 7:30: Board 'Creator, Allen ChapelA.M.E Sunday School 10 a.m., at the church New Years Eve. Her Son-in-Law M M. Jordan
All board members School: 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11 a.m. Meeting. S.turday2p.m. Rev. Church: Tuesday 7:30: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Featured singers were the flew up on New Wean day and
asked to be are Worship 11 a.m., Evening Greater Bethlehem Davis is asking the presidents Prayer Meeting and Class Speaker will be Rev. Robert Gospel Echoes of Ralford. returned with them on
present for this Worship 6 p.m.Pleaunt Freewill Baptist Church tEach of all auxiliaries and Deacon meeting. Friday night 8 p.m. Alston. Choir Federation 3 FAITH BAPTIST Radio Thursday
very Important meeting. Grove United Monday 7:30 Tiny Tots Boards to meet with him. Baby Contest. Sunday School pm. with guest speaker Program on WPXE t a.m. r.F. Atwood her
Methodist Church The Young rehearsal. Tuesday at 7:30 Sunday School 9:30: Morning 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11 Minister Morris Griffin Sister Bible School 10 a.m. mother Mrs: One Thornton
DELL CHAPTER OES1M Adult Choir meets every first Prayer Meeting. .Wednesday Worship 11 a.m.:. Evening a.m be. 3 p.m. a Fashion Show M. Dlggs, Choir Federationpresident. Warship Services 11 a.m. and, and Aunt Mrs. Pierce Crews,

It 'VII' .:"i _....... each week, clean up night. Worship 6 p.m. Communion; will, sponsored. '::30 p.m. Prayer Meeting were business visitors InGainesville
Thursday 7:30: Story Hour 8 will be given this service. Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. on Thursday.Rev. .
Nursery Sale I p.m. Senior Choir rehearsal.The Church of God In Christ ,Seafood Cookery Demonstration FIRST BAPTIST Sunday Will Wright and his
Worship and Training Each Friday 7:30: Pastoral School 1:45 a.m. Worship daughter Chert visited Her.
If's Planting Time Now Committee will meet In the Teaching and Prayer Tuesday Set Jan. 17 At Extension Office Services: 11 a.m.and 7:30 p.m mle Kelly, In Riverside
church library at 8 p.m. The 7:30p: .m. Bible Band S:3O: p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. Hospital, Jacksonville, on
Prayer Band will meet BEARING SIZE FRUIT TREES home of Mrs. Maurice White 9:30: a.m., Morning Worship Seafood Home Economist Surprise Sandwiches. Com 7W:: p.m.GRACE. Elder A.E. Massey flew to
at 8 p.m. Friday. Saturday 11:30: YPWW 5:30.: with the Department of and sample t the delicious seafood UNITED Winston Salem, M.C. New
Citrus, Pear Peach Neotrlne, 1 Pecan .Ann ant Kin dinners will be sold from the New Bethel Baptist Natural Resources will present recipes: which will be a METHODIST Sunday School Years weekend to attend a
Shemmer Appl. (large trees). kitchen beginning at 11 a.m. Church: Wednesday 7:30 a SEAFOOD COOKERYDEMONSTRATION nice chance from, the heavy 9:43: a.m. Worship Services Bible. Conference at Grace
The Little Church will meet Bible Study. Thursday 6 p.m. Tuesday. holiday foods...Mary Yearta. a.m.and 7:30 p.m Choir Baptist Church.
Figs Crape Vince Persimmon Landscaping. Plants, for rehearsal at 5:30.: Sunday Choir No. 2 rehearsal. January 17, at 12 noon at the Bradford County Extension Practice at 7 p.m. and Mrs Bill Wolf. and son
Dogwood, Holly and Shade Trees. is pastoral day; Sunday Saturday 3 p.m. the first Open Bradford County Extension Home Economics Agent, Methodist Youth Fellowship Danny,of Cape Coral, and Mr.
4,000 CAMELLIAS AND' AZALEAS School 9:30: Morning Worship Air Service will be held at the Office on North 301. wishes to extend an Invitation Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Floyd Martin, of
11 a m. Dinner at 12:30: corner of Pine and Florida You will learn all you needto to you to join Sue. Mark your United Methodist Women South Daytona, were weekend
Podocurpus, .Viburnum, Junl,.,.. Llguitrum and YPCW 4 p.m. Evening Street. The choir and others know about selecting calendar nowtSWEETAND I met at the home of Mrs. guests or their Mother Mrs.
Boxwood Palms,. Ported Plants and Baskets
Hanging Worship 6 p.m. are asked to meet at the caring (for and preparing Hubert Priest on Tuesday Hester Hicks. Also Saturday

See Our Plants For Quality and Good Prices. The First Born Church of church at 2 p.m. Rev Leroy seafood as well as receiving a SOUR Jan 3rd. with Mrs. Wilma evening dinner guests were
the Living God: Tuesday night Davis will deliver the "how-to" manual on seafood. ROCK SHRIMP Wainwright, their new her sisters Mrs. O.J. Anders,
7:43: Prayer Meeting. Friday message. Sunday School 10 'Mrs. Turner will be preparingsome Y 4 pound cooked peeled president, presiding. Mrs. and Mrs. Marian Hall ofMacdenny.
CARNES NURSERY 7:45: p.m. Tarrying Services. a.m. Rev. Sampson White and of her favorite recipes develned rock shrimp tails Frank CoQ gave the and her Son-in-
Hitthwov llWiti'lor.nomu 63.II.3m Sunday SchoollG-Il:3O.: Home congregation will render including Chipper Fillets, fresh or frozen devotional. After the business law, and :daughter.. Mr. and
3 Wr'lnt Vrt Mission 6 p.m. YPCW or ex- service. 3 p.m. Choir No l Is Clam Chowder. Sweet and 1 cup sliced onions was transacted the meeting Mrs.Glen Shuford and family

.1 small green pepper, cut ur adjourned. There were 11presenL Mrs. Maims Griffis and
inch squares .' ) Mrs. Priest served children of Palatka and her
V4 cup margarine or butter cake and coffee. niece Mrs. Danny Luke of
melted HIGIlIANDPTlSTI Heilbronn Springs: wereSunday
1 can (J pound 4 ounces) School 10 dinner guests of Mrs.Daisy .
pineapple chunks in heavy Worship Services 11 a m. antid Bock. Mrs. Nellie

syrup p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wilkinson' and Miss Lynn
H cup sugarS Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. Whaley.
tablespoons cornstarch LAURA BAPTIST! Sunday Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
H teaspoon dry mustard School 10 a.m, Worship Services Charles Starling and family
teaspoon salt 11 a.m. and 7:30: pm. were very happy to learn that
V4 cup white vinegar Prayer Meeting Wednesday he was called as part time

1 tablespoon soy sauce night at 7:30: p.m.NORTHSIDE ., Pastor of Mission Road
2 1.3 cup cherry tomato BAPTIST Baptist Church of Palatka.
halves or thin tomato wedges Sunday School 10 a.m, Worship Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nord-
rper SAYE9Ed '' 9 !, hot cooked Services 11 ..m. and 7 berg of Bremerton. Wash.
f Discount Super Discount (Jj;) 'Super Discount seasoned, pain or almond p.m, Prayer Meeting Wednesday returned home on Saturdayafter
rice, or chow mein noodles at 7:30: p.m. spending two weeks with
AGAR'S U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO SMYRNA MISSIONARY their parents, Mr. and. Mrs.
Thaw rock shrimp If frozen. BAPTIST Sunday School 10 Ben McCulley.
Cut large shrimp in half. Cook ..m, Worship Services 11 a.m. Mr.and Mrs. Floyd Normanwere
CANNED BAKINGFRESH onion and green pepper in and 7 p.m, BTS SMS: p.m Sunday dinner guests of
margarine until tender. Drain Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 their brother and sisterIn.law. .
pineapple; Mr. and Mrs. Lamel
POTATOES GRADE 'EGGS Combine sugar, cornetarcR, p.m.PERSONALS Harvey of Glen St. Mary.
HAMS mustard and salt. Stir in pineapple Mr.: and Mrs. Ron Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston
10 LB BAG DOZEN syrup vinegar and soy Henklcman of Milwaukee spent Tuesday!! with their
sauce; mix well; add to vege- Wisconsin and Mrs. MlldretHarris Mother Mrs. Wordle Melton of
table mixture. Cook, stirring of Jacksonville visited Ocoee who had Just returned.
constantly, until thick and her son and daughter-in-law, home from the hospital.Mr. .
$49 .I 53c. clear. Fold in shrimp Mr.and Mrs. Wendell Sanders .and Mrs. R.wT Edwardsof
3 pineapple and tomatoes. Heat and family on Monday Jan. Jacksonville were Sunday "
until hot enough to, serve. Dinner guests.of their parents.
o Serve over rice or chow mein ,Terry: "Futch of Jacksonville Mr.. and.. Mrs."f 8. :,. WUkksonCC. ,
-in -u
., ,,., ,,, 110OII*. Maka. servings,.'' Beach\: visited,his suet, Miss ". tbet"rr.nWllW"r' ;,
Bargains in Meat ro wtN+'W4 Mom wauw ll, t Mlr +r w r. rl'aNNVLAY) I CHIPPER 1* FILLETS afternoon Elizabeth Jan.Terry 6th.on Friday Hollywood J Fla.. pastor of

10' SMOKED 2 pounds mullet fillets or Mrs.Sidney Hansen and her Faith Missionary Baptist
other fish fillets, fresh or sister Mrs. Walter Martin Church was a Thursday,
frozen their Brother-in-law, Robert overnight guest of Elder A.E.. .
.1-79 lit cup Caesar .salad Martin of Minneapolis, Minn. Massey .
... ,
Miss Karen
... dressing Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin antifamily
1 cup crushed potato chips and Mr. and Mrs. Highland was a Saturday
,i iNn /t cup shredded sharp Clifford Martin and children dinner guest of her grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
Cheddar cheese ,
gathered at the home of Mr.
r..w.- )
Vi- and Mrs. Ralph Martin and Teston.
a IVKIS Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
?v Thaw fish if frozen. Dip fish family for a get-together and
101 ti 30' OEIFSTIAKmu in salad dressing. Place in a meal on Thursday night. were business visitors at Lake
: single'' laver. skin side down Mrs. Marian Hall of Mac- Butler on Friday.

5. on a well-greased baking pan. clenny visited her sister, Mrs. Daniel Massey of Naples
_._. : 139 15x10x1 inches. Combine O.J. Anders on Thursday.Mr. was a Saturday overnight
__ COMPARE I ..r.on crushed chips and cheese. and Mrs. William guest of his Father Elder
COMPARE! %:"r tn. FAMILY SIZE PKG. 5 LBS t. OVER Sprinkle over flab Bake In an Fowler, Jr.. of Spring>Hill, A.E.relatives.Massey and other
hot soodegrees.
extremely oven of their
Kansas, were guests
DAIRY DEPARTMENT ----0--- F.. for 10 to 19 and aunt Mr Mr Miss Genevieve Starling;
i ,.._ .- fryer Combo r Rkg. "SSC II' ....."-Ii.w1II minutes or until fish flakes w"nde uncle and and her Mother. Mrs. Anders.
< Sanders and
n .... HOIIM.L family,
Blue Bonn tt Spread pI easily when tested with fork. of Gainesville, visited Mr. and
I -- ......... mitt Cubed leNUai' J1" 21' POLISH Tuesday Jan. 3rd. Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Wed
Makes 0 servings.
lo' .. Mr. and Mrs. James
Duarter Margarine CHOICE mw atltt ""!'""' WUMlM nesday afternoon.
,Iwr/e.NwrewNl Meat Loaf Mix."JTS: ;. ,.59e''lO' Bowman were New Yearsdinner
: Borden's Cheese Slices =fits 20' '2.. '149 Short Course On guests of their Mother United Methodist Women
'"0. Mrs. R.W. Bowman of gave a Bridal Shower for Mrs.

1.y .y "; I'tcd) it 1 -I tIC., Beef Cattle At UF Jacksonville.. Brenda Seely. at the home of
I ,,,,,,, .. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyetteand Mrs. Robert Lee on Friday
"" '
I :LIS.CA&: ; Alternate programs for children were Friday' to night Mrs. Shirley Newportand
: ''YOr.'URY'' OOKED' ..... ..-1..) management and marketing Sunday New Year's guests of Miss Leonetta Dyal were
.. . ,HAM., of beef calves after weaning their brother-In-law and recipients of the prizes as
f LYKES will be emphasized at the 27th sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles winners of the games played.
......... ...
IA'II'. $19'a Course April Smith and Shane Seely
Beef Cattle Short Renters of Charleston, S.C.
?( ; BOLOGNA scheduled for May 3.5 In the Mrs. Roy Meredith and son ,helped their mother open her

.. LS 99carg Cecil M. Webb Livestock Ronnie and friend 01JacksonvllIei many lovely gifts. Delicious
Pavilion at the University of and her mother refreshments of homemade
$ in$ 1"i..Sake.tf.o""Y"!" ;" '_ @ AUNT PANNT (\!!) EvcryDayLowPrkc EvcryDayLowPrkc EseryDaylowPrkars0' Florida
I) It I- The event sponsored by the Palatka visited her in-law.. served to the 28 guest enjoyingthe .
r FYNE TASTE' BORDEN'S ..... ... ... Animal Science Departmentand Mrs. Lois Carter, on New party.Census
STIX BREAD .?,,,, FYNE TASTE r- (W) the Cooperative Extension Years Afternoon.

t! i I! 2/$1 3/$1 3/$1 SLICED SKINLESS Parmesan G..iLL Service of UF's Institute Mrs. Pauline DeVore and Bureau
I ::, =: of Food and Agricultural daughter Teresa and Mrs. To
I q BOLOGNA FRANKS CHEESE FRANKS Sciences: (IFAS), will be similar Linda Adklns also her son and Take
; to previous short courses. Employment
1 ? sea ORATED r rN0 u R 199 There will be heavy emphasison David DeVore and daughter

; prominent speakers and. Angle were Friday to Monday Survey Here
I .ii" 0 : .'J'L'r 68e $159MtSHLV useful demonstrations.A guests of her son and ,

: new Florida method calves will for dau hter-In-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs Jonathan Lewis 'and Barbara
classifying 'Johnny DeVore and son
have been
Easley employed -
". : 'SAVE 21C: SAVE 10C urs.Worr ru:wr.o1 be demonstrated by Professor Scottie Mr. and Mrs. DavitfDeVore.Thiy under the CETA .
Don Wakeman, IFAS .animal also visited Mr. adminlstred by the
scientist."Tubayftemforclassifylng. and Mrs. 3.B. Sargent all of Suwannee program River Economic

B'rgaii1$ :in '.P.l'p.duce: ; PACKAGED save tad GREENS Atlanta? Ga. They went to Council Inc., to gather Information
beef cattle, and calves should Helen. Ga., sightseeing on
f WaSTSNN USD ON OOLOSNDE1ICIOUS '/AY.10/La p x SLAW OR see PK4 79cI place the different kinds of .New Years ana saw Ruby needs of economically concerning disadvantaged the-
cattle into similar groups that
Falls. On Saturday they went
< C are easy. to Identify by ammber. .to Stone Mountain and enJoyed area. .
39 "D 39'APPLES said Wakeman. He mountlan climbing.Mrs. .
I RipeBANANAS The survey began In ,the
.....-r) added that the system should Ethel of Lawtey area this week with
also offer ''a little room for Minneapolis, Miss." ,Bated her the questioning of 248 i
1D' FRESH misunderstanding between 'sister Mrs.. Sidney Hansen residents concerning: their
producers, buyers and recently to congratulate her
CARROTS family Income, ages of

15 C L.;/Il5ca feeders.A major .benefit of this on Mr.her birthday.and Mrs. George ,children transportation, housing service problems nutrition -, I
POUND will be its
sa a u numbering system McKowen of Sebrtag. were and other needs.
use in grouping cattle for Friday guests of.Mr. and Mrs. Lewis said the survey will '
"" price quotations) in livestock Harold Eunice.
/ be a random sampling of the
( market reports and also in Mrs Hennto Kelly. Mrs.
--r..r. pJ county Including families"of
PNIn segregating feeder cattle and Frank Coss, Mrs. Frank all Income: brackets but the'procrama
calves for, specific feeding Porreca, and Rtv. Will will be designed to
6 CANADIANA programs based on their l Wright, visited Mrs France' help poor families Lewis is.t
t1ift potential at slaughter Cattle, Hamilton on Friday'Jan. Stir r .
J I analyst. \and 'Msi
county '
@ .lOt More than BOO cattlemen. are ''to help her celebrate. ''her' Easley Is outreach. leader In
_D expected to attend. Requestsfor .birthday, at her new apart. the area* *
programs and registration la: Some 330'resldentE of the
should be mailed
were Hampton area -will be surveyed
W Beef Cattle Short. Course (served coffee and cake. ,January .4-1':, 'and ,
) 2103 McCarty Hall University Friends of Mr. Hermle more than 900 residents of the .
I 1fl. 1iii of Florida, Gainesville, Fla., Kally
6 E 'r regret to rnRiversiid Starke area between January -
.32 n. 'a patient 23 and February 23.
Hospital Jacksonville Our The Brooker division with

r e1 ....'fO" I Revue. are with him. 78 households' chosen will be .
t .... $199A (:lase fled ..,d.OrIIIl.Result.* .; and Mrs. Leonard. ;surveyed: February M-21.r'. !.
Mellon spent Saturday af The information givenon
/ / Sermon' with thetr* 'Mother.' i h.survey will be kept strictly'
Mrs. Louise M...... of confidential the workers saki.January .


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,I Patriotism Was -.--- -.-.-

I j High Here in 1918; r-- FORESTRY

Man Jailed for Disrespect to Flag' IN BRADFORD COUNTY.

kv Richard Schroeder ""*
Patriotism wan at a peak in ladta of that day had to beat local citizens In 1918 with/The: TREE; SALE TOM WEEK

Starke during World War I a ht sty retreat back to their Telegraph proudly* .1l'(..n- This week .Is the annual
and the City Council Mad homes when their path was
pa a nounclng the fact 'I in' its of
Division Forestry Seedling
"respect to- the flan" blocked cows, accordingto .
ordinance by
December 13 Issue '
I : Packet Sale.... great dunce
In 1918 1916
requiring all t this December 22,
for homeowners to have trees
male citizens to stand at attention Telegraph Item: "Starke's fine sewerage
In their yard at a very small
with hats
off "while system Is now at the services
the whistle sound at 0 o'clock "Wednesday was a miser. of the citizens of the town. City coat

each afternoon." able day, rainy and cold. The Engineer; Harley was busy The sale will be at the

The first'victim of the ordinance cattle In the woods around Monday and Tuesday Bradford Agricultural Center
was Ervin Johnson, a The newspaper account, Starke came into town by checking up the system, and on U.S. 301 In Starke and the
"colored man" who wa. appearing in the June 28, 1918 droves, trying every yard gate on Wednesday morning gave Union County Courthouse in
arrested by Chief Silas Kit*' illlluei commented) This Is for entrance so they might notice to W.H. Phillips, Lake Butler This is a one-day
for"failure to observe the new itret arrest under this devour valuable flowers and plumbing Inspector, that sale on Saturday, January I",
respect to the flag ordinance: ordinance In Starke, and Chief shrubbery. Especially were connections could now tx starting! at 9 a.m. and going
Kite wishes to warn those who they troublesome on Call and made by property! holders until all packets are sold-
fcrvin gave the excuse of not seem unable to stand and Walnut Streets, where the The system has not yet been usually before noon. Each
having lime to stop, but The remove their hats at brick for paving these streets formally accepted by the packet sells for one doUar. and
Telegraph reporter observed the appointed time that this some time in the future were council, but Engineer Harley contains eight trees; 2 Dogwoods -
that "...when he In in town ordinance will be enforcedand piled up. For the women who has satisfied himself that 2 Green Ash, 2 Red-
again he will doubtless stop. they are subject to arrest. had to be outside, there was everything Is In good con buds and 2 Red Cedars.
UK It will really be a saving m This ordinance applies to all nothing to do but turn back on dition. and thus gave his
time to comply with the ordinance traffic, and automobiles meeting a drove of cattle, and approval to the immediate use These trees are one-year-old
Instead of having to should take note of the fact.1 the ladies were lucky If their of the sewers" seedlings, suitable for plan
upend a while In Jail and then retreat was not cut off by t Community Effort Got The Job DoneFun ting near homes and farms in
come bark to town the next CANTANKEROUS CATTLE another drove. "The system consists of a this area. Most are fast
afternoon and stand at atten- Roaming cattle were as biga little over S and a quarter growing and require littlemaintenance.
tion in the middle of the street problem in Starke in 1916 as FIRST SEWER READY miles of 12, 10, and B-inch Red Cedar will
while the whistle sounded, as roaming and howling dogs are Starke's first sewers 58 manholes, 26 flush and games went along take extreme heat and sun
Krvin: had to do." today The smartly dressed Christmas sewer system tanks and (Iwo Imhoff settling( with work to accomplish community ; but the rest prefer at least a
was a present to
tanks" projects In Starke in little shade during a small
bygone days Perhaps we part of the day.
'" ..... .. '" could use a bit more of this co- 4ttl
::; : : : STORKS: STAY OPENON operative community effort In As the packets sell out

: : : ) : CHRISTMASChristmas <: needed clean-up and similar quickly, from 9 a.m. to 10:30:
I E/D"l"ino'/ I :.":J"'J"l'LS"' for the merchants was of no Starke holiday I In projects today. With spring fIII there is a limit After of two 10:30 packets there

,, ., 1916, when they their only a couple of months away, I f1 per person. :
kept now would be good Is no limit on any remaining
.. stores"open "for business as start some planning.In a time to ee: r a packets.A .
usual taking time out onlyto

gnaw on a turkey leg between top photo from left) lot of people cannot afford
sales. j Starke's then Mayor Randal to spend a great deal of money

"Christmas was an extremely Chitty, Fire Chief Red Buford, in landscaping their homes.
lively day for Police Chief Bill Rosser, and This public service sale
Murke." said The Telegraph[ Councilwoman Ruby Johns enables them to have attractive -
Searching Answers in its issue of Dec. 29. 1916 combine efforts to clean up an trees in their yard
"Besides the usual attraction- unsightly lot across from the for less than IS cents per tree.It .
furnished by the IIlore and City Hall. only" happens once a
the expectation of though, so anyone interestedmust
In lower photo, a group of take advantage of it this
Answers instead of scapegoats that In checking the scores of Florida with old friends, a merry-go Call Street merchants of the weekend.

should be our main concern in the counties in the testing process one orchestra round with was an well'ubie-bodiexl patron fur I'Hio's show their appreciation County Agents By ", '.

current controversy brought on by low striking factor is that, with only one (zed. and many came: to town meters the by passing covering of the parking meter BobbyTaylor 'V Santa Fe Spring

scores in the recent functional literacy exception, the 15 counties (most of them to look at two carloads of heads with paper sacks Notebook

tests given to !selected grades in Florida small) in West Florida had smaller percentages horses lid mules just arrived heralding( "Free Parking." phone 9M-SZHO 4. Art FestivalSet
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.Irom Texas .
schools.In of failure in the functional \ Community spirit gets Extension 209 '
literacy tests that did counties in our "While quite u ,few men things done.: Starke could use April 1-2
a letter to Florida editors this North Central Florida area. showed the IHl'Clsof I too much more Even though it Is wet and radishes and lettuce are out of
week, the FTP-NBA (Florida Teaching 'Christmas.: thlrel'rt' no cold, it is not too early to be the way before the cabbage Applications for the Ninth
Profession! National Eduration Asso- Why?That is what we'd like to know. disturbances lor Marshals' making plans and starting needs the space. Annual Spring Art Festival
Kite and Burnscd. in a i your vegetable: garden. Your are now being accepted.
ciation) appeared to be placing the the rest of Florida have a fatherly way. guided I he COUNTVKTKlUS'AFFAIRS plans should include selectinga To prevent diseases that Forms and information are
blame for the current school situation on tendency to look down their noses at our tottering steps of the: imbiljefs \ ; ; : ; site deciding what may live over from the available at the Festival

problems of home environment of the sister counties to the west as being away from the crowds. Our l II\ \\ lUlu III F. I Ida* vegetables you will grow, and previous season, practice crop Office, 300 E. University
children and the increasing crime rate somewhat "backward" and "behind the merchants reaped a rich harvest founteU. >rannSei planning or making a garden rotation. That is, do not grow Avenue, In the Chamber of
students. times."Whether true or not, this is their during the holidays, and -\'Ice Officer design.In the same vegetable in or near Commerce building, or by
j among though they intended to close the same location more often calling the Spring Arts
general image. Santa Rosa County had up part of Christmas d.i\ planning the home than once every three years. Festival Office, listed in the
No doubt these are factors in the total only 21 per cent of failures in the math bUKinl'llsIIS so lively that Last year's Congressional garden, many factors should Since members of some plant telephone book. The Festival
picture, but there is nd mention in the section of the tests, the best showing in most of th'm'rt:! open all action provides an open-ended be considered nn as to insure families are subject to many will be held April 1, 2.

FTP-NBA letter of any shortcomings in the state. Tiny sparcely-settled Liberty day eligibility for veterans who maximum production from of the same diseases, rotation
considered model of need vocational rehabilitation land availabe.Grow should be by families as wellas The Spring Arts Festival,
County, hardly a
the schools themselves, such as teacher CATORSI'I.KNTIKIL training to overcome the by individual crops. Move by Santa Fe
incompetency, avant garde methods of modernity in any phase of its mores, had Alligators were definitely handicapping effect of blindness the crops that are members of the cabbage- (immunity College, is held
only 27 l per cent of failures a figure not on the endangered specie: or-other .erlous>-aervice- liked by your family..This list cauliflowerbroccolicollardjryamily annually on Northeast First
r _instruction that someUpqej) si ,seem to that WM matched by only. one county in list InJ914erhenhe. ",1\aI'cfr 'rcw ttllU tIW! ,may, be, imited. !by t hIMi!$ l'I-lof' and the cucumber- Street, from Second to Eighth T '
stress untried theory at the ," the garden, ,nd tiyhe, \ :: .
expense of with 26 cent. Tribune. a weekly: nows- crops: 'melon-squash' family to be Avenue in.downtown, historic
area ,
time-tested basics, and the present our per paper published in the town ofRaiford Applications for vocational that are likely to be successful parts of the garden where no Gainesville. The street Is

formula used by the state in apportioning Bradford, with 51 per cent failures, in at that time, carried rehabilitation training will be in our area. For example, other members of the same closed to traffic during the
the in individually considered. asparagus and rhubarb the An estimated
following report its// family were grown past Festival. 70,000
funds counties a formula math, was tied with Jefferson, ranking August 28 Issue: Eligible veterans who are seldom produce acceptable season. Crop rotation and seed attended the two day arts and
which places Bradford County near the only below Gadsden, Hamilton Dixie, found to need training will be yields In Florida. The treatment control many crafts Festival last year.
bottom in the amount received Madison, and Putnam in the number of "W.A. Sparkman, living provided counseling to help nutritive value of the diseases. Karen Beach is the Director of
per about five miles from Kaiford, them plan and pursue a vegetables should also be the annual Festival.
failures. In the communication section of
capita, student.
per on Swift Creek is the program of rehabilitation considered.
the tests, Bradford with 14 per cent champion alligator killer of training leading to suitable Unemployment Artists are invited to applyto

We agree with FTP-NEA when it failures, was tied with four other Bradford County lie: has employment. Before] planting, a plan of Survey Census participate in two division:
says, "Instead of pointing a finger of counties for fifth highest percentage in killed sii.ce: the beginning of the garden should be preparedon Two dimensional art in-
spring, more than 150 of the Veterans of World paper, showing the location
blame the state. War II Set For Jan. 16-21 cluding-painting, all media,
or offering solutions
simple to of each crop, the amount to be
carniverous reptiles, measuring and later periods who have drawings,
very complex problems, we must all in length from two to 12 serious serviceconnecteddisabilities planted on each date, crops to nphoography; or three
work together to change conditions." We are not, as the FTP-NEA letter feet: may still qualify follow earlier ones, and Local representative Mrs dimensional art-including

says, "pointing the finger of blame" or for vocational rehabilitation companion crops that are to Norma Foray of the U.S. sculpture, pottery, jewelry,
But then FTP-NBA to "offering simple solutions to complex "Mr. Sparkman does mostof training even though their be planted In the same area. Bureau of the Census will con- fiber art, leather or open

somewhat one-sided goes on presenta problems." We are saying only that we his hunting at and night with a original eligibility for the Wheel; making garden duct a survey of employmentin crafts. Cash prizes for each
picture Winchester rifle the use ofa your
by has this the week of
program expired. area during division will total 3000.
would like to continued efforts
see to plan the
lantern in shining the of\ following
mentioning only "these facts" as contributing eyes January 16-21, Thomas W. Applications must be
provide the answers and seek the solu- the The hides sold suggestions may be helpful:
to the schools' problems: 'gator. were Until last year, veterans McWhirter, Director of theBureau's received by February First to
tions to these complex problems. from 50 cents to $1.50. which generally had nine years from Arrange crops that are to be Regional Office in be considered for this
has proven a profitable sport'for ; the date of their discharge to planted first along one side of Atlanta, announced. Festival. 'years
-The majority of America's school What are they doing right in West Sparkman. he says alligators : take advantage of this kind of the garden. Place longseasoncrops
children now come from homes where have destroyed many i training. But Congress has such as strawberries to The survey is conducted
that other
areas of the state are that ranged around one side of the garden so they for the U.S. Seedling PacketsOn
both parents, or the only parent, work young pigs eliminated the terminationdate monthly Depart-
not doing or is their small will no interfere with the Labor
the school percentageof the lake. for certain seriously ment of using a
during day. failure due to the fact that they have a disabled veterans. preparation of the garden scientifically designed sampleof Sale ./an.14
lower percentage of so-called "minority DANCERS NOTICE! each season. Plant tall- approximately 70.000
-The typical American pre-schooler Owing to'the general op As a result, veterans growing crops on the north households throughout the
spends 50 hours a week watching tele- groups, or may benefit more favor- position to the latest "Fancy discharged before] January 1, side of the garden so they will,. United States. Employmentand Residents of Starke, Lake
vision time ably in the formula that is applied to the Dances," the Dancing 1969, who have serious ser not shade other plants. unemployment statistics Butler, and Interlachen will
more than in have
meaningful division of state dollars the Committee of the a chance to 'buy eight
among Military disabilities based on results of this surveyare
contact with either Group crops of similar tree seedlings for $1 at the
parent. school of Company has decided to- should consider used
systems our counties? applying if maturaiton dates together so to provide a continuing annual Division of
prohibit all dances except then they are unemployed or the be measure of the economic tree sale Forestry
-One out of every six American But as long as we take a biased view of old style waltz and two-step. working In an unsuitable job prepared that easily space for may later health of the Nation. on January 14.
youths now lives in Violators of the above rule will and need education or training Forester Mike
a single-parent the problems placing all the blame on plantings. If space permits Bordys of
be ejected from the to obtain suitable For example, in Novemberthe
armory., work.
eachvegetable Gainesville said
r.ome.Inl976. the of that 100
year ever, more anyone element of the complex setup, plant enough
Approved, DeWitt C. Jones,; survey indicated that of seedling packets will be sold
than one million marriages ended in just so long will we be denied any real Capt., Commanding Co E., and storing for freezing as well,as canning for the 99 million men and womenin at Starke, 100 at Lake Butler,
divorce and in many cases neither progress toward solving these problems. :2nd.! Inf.-iMarcn, 1914)) Fatalities fresh use. Allow ample space the U.S civilian labor force, and 300 at Interlachen. The

parent wanted custody of the children. between rows for convenient 92.2 million were employed. Starke sale will be held at the
NEED LADIES ROOM: Up III 77, FHP Says The Nation's unemploymentrate agriculture building.
cultivation, depending
Typical of the biased approach, it upon was 6.9
-VS. teachers are the victims of After building a public the type of'tool to be used.Don't percent com
seems to us, was the statement of an hitching shed for the use of plant too much of pared to 7.0 percent in October Included in the packets will
more than 70.000 serious assaults a year, FTP official who. commenting on the farmers when they come to TALLAHASSEE Preliminary one at one any and substantially below the be two each of dogwood redbud -
and the cost of school vandalism is esti-- teacher testing controversy, said town, the Starke Board or 'I I traffic fatalitites figures indicate for that crop time. recession peak of 8.9 percent ,green ash, and red cedar.

mated at $600 million a year. Monday, "The public Is asking whyaren't Trade should provide a rest I up slightly from the 1977 previous were Make succession plantings reached 1975. in the second quarterof Sale price is II per packet,
for the wives of farmers., including tax.
teachers ? That room said the Florida every 10 and 14 days of
more competent year Highway
Arrests of children under 18 for the The .I ladies. deserve, as much, I PatrnL__ radishes, snap beans, sweet i-
ladies and is not n"
consideration as me men and. corn, and other crops to
murder, assault, rape, and robbery are question. The question is: .why aren'tour horses.-IMav 8. 1914). Colonel Eldrlge Beach, provide fresh vegetables overa
up 200 per cent in 15 years. Arrests for schools doing a better job?" Patrol director released figures long period A similar effect
FIRST MOTORTRUCK showing preliminary will result from planting at the [
arrests prostitution for are up 287 per cent, and We agree that teacher. competency DeWitt C. Jones paved the" reports received as of the last same time two or more Li I J "The new tax
trafficking in and for standard
using drugsare might not be THE question but it is way a new of day of 1977 indicate 2,027people varieties with' different
up 4,600 per cent. One of every nine service by purchasing a new were killed compared maturity dates. -
certainly ONE of the .questions in a Ford truck fonns. A.
American youths will be arrested and incourt delivery this week. to 1,981 for the same period in good
before the of wide-ranging area of questions that This Is Starke's first motor 1976. It Is expected that Through careful planningand M.nt W. Hlou .
age 18. must be answered fairly and squarely truck and Its advent is a big ,reports of delayed deaths will, companion cropping,
without bias or prejudice; And they stride ahead for this already increase this number by 35 or production from the small reason to let us helpwith
9 All of these disturbing figures are up-to-date hardware '40. garden may be greatly in-
undoubtedly a factor in the must be answered before any real establishmentJune23,1916)HAIRCUTSIIIGIIER( ) creased. Provided the soil Is
over-all is made toward solving what properly fertilized and water taxes'At
problem but they cannot be the progress Preliminary report for 1977' your
for only everyone recognizes and the tests Indicate that there were 484 available, frequently two or

reasons In a student making a failing show is a sad lack of functional literacy The price of hair cutting in pedestrians, 72 pedalcycllsts three vegetables may be lI&R Block, we understand these new ?
1 grade functional. math test. the union shops in Jackson- and 142 motorcyclists killed. grown In the same area; for
students. forms
among our ville Is to be Increased Iron 25 Figures for the same period in instance, crops that mature we Know the laws. We'll do everything '

to 33 cents. Barbers contend 1979 had 475 pedestrians, 61, quickly can be planted we can to save'you money. And that s. '
that the new fashion haircuts pedalcyclists and 128 motor- between the rows or in the Reason No. 1 why you should let H&R Block'
t ,+RID,4 BRADFORD take considerable more time i cyclists killed in traffic rows with crops that occupy do your i
:' tt DNTI.irtrrap1 than the old style.-t(August. > ;crashes the space for a relatively long taxes.'J
.d 1916)). period. Lettuce and cabbageare
Colonel Be ch'eoncluded by! often set alternately in the BLOCK\ t.
; ( 4 ,.saying "Even If final reports row. with radishes planted
Oda PRESBYTERIAN MANSE ,ishow lower figures, we are between the rows. The -THe INCOME TAX PEOPLE
o Members of the f f .
extremely disappointed that
C> ,976 2 Convenient Are Once'
BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLERS Presbyterian Church have,). traffic ,fatalitites were not re =
.. tION Publisher made arrangement to build a ; 'duced. ,We must have the Stark. Fla. 'Keystone Heights

lut4.fte each Thursday end emend as secorttl daes Mtttar M the Post Office at Stark. T Is. unow manse on the lots south of the t T :cooperation of the traveling t5f QhtU r 118. N Wnlnut St, 2 Door Down From Andrew t
,cif March 3-,1879.. church facing Cherry Street public In order to reduce this, 964-8286 473-2219
? The contract has been tragic'waste of buman lives .
j Subscription raw >trsde areat/7 p.f year: M six month*. J.R. Tlson, and the building is (and one of the easiest ways to Our office ere open 0.9 weekdayS Sa!., Sun. .I
t* OuMfctolractoifea: tSparyeer.M.60 six month*. ; '
be If .
964 6305 to completed by accomplish this would be for Appointments ailibU
rke. Fla. 1 at a cost of about$1,5o0,-. +''everyone to obey the 55 MPH. Australia wa the last con .
Ope4To .
w (July 7. 1815), (' 'speed limit." .tinent to be diicovertd by. alit ,?!tIl"! "
/. Europeans.

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VTH tia( 4e19x Hampton received a favor- had expenses of $29t& ; The"I' f' 1 fit A"" 'iuHteVd fans.! *( Allen to protector' ,"machine if the costs:
able audit report at the audit report listed assets oT = \ Have A'jSulrotl typewriter., ball three did not exceed I,
regular monthly city council $13.324! owner, Owner*not complying adding machine/ and check '
meeting Tuesday,Jan. 10. and Suggestions made to the with the regulation fact a $% ,.... ..................J: ".\
heard the city is In fair shape council for a better audit report '{fine'or1,3Q days':in Jail. '. ,
financially Included were passing an A JD71'ordinancVpfoftityts, i .
/ Accountant Pat Fartuworth< ordinance concerning bid. 'dogs from running at forge\ ) In aJOOJ( 00($((3fVrnj(!

praised city clerk Mary Allen ding, and a bond on the the ,City of Hamptdrt. with ... ,. !
sine,. ,, for a ",iJ1e job" and the beat position of city clerk. owners facing a ,soC fine, or ,
41 books since he has been'' 'In other business, the three months In :jail! 'if'' they ;:: 1' ""

*p working Farnaworth'said with the Hampton.city has council.-Gave: Hampton marshall! tied dont' keep' dogs i penned.. or t i(! (l1( (D '} ? 'J"

been able to finish the 1976-77 Ed Green the '
authority to Although the: ordinance
'lJf1/1'toot' a'k. fiscal year. with$8.302: more in distribute and collect! occupational have been 'on.the Featuring Nationally Known 4
... revenue than estimated and license fees. If ,'have' 'never been, enforce 1 :
,J, spent$293 less than estimated! ( licenses are not purchased the Hampton Is also investigating Brothers:
\ Farnswortb said part of this council said the businesseswill on\.the possibility'of' hiring a .; Stampers '
J.J1r" was because the council had be'tumed over to the dogcatchr > ,, ,
been conservative in spendingand attorney for pro ecutlon, Chairman Ted Curtis said 1 I :;, q N. rt
",' I Ih '4 ,. cautioned against fo'2llph an expenditure residents, are Mill I being ..." \ ,, Quartet .
becoming "spend thrifts" ) ndbills notifying the warned to boll the ''drinking I ',H.I '
.' Hampton took in $38,199 and ,public of enforcement of the water, Curtis wild county -"
town's dog ordinances in the sanitarian
larreltO'Nt'al I had '
I t Woman ArrestedFor city charter beginning checked the, water;..Tuesday Date January 15 tho
/ January 30. A 1960 ordinance and labeled! "just''as bpd ItS ., .
states! that dogs must have It could be,.' ; ,
; Shoplifting ,: Mime:; : 10 AM.12 P.M. !
: ; n 1111, b I .!IlL [JJ}asEl/alant ,
., A-'t.Tet Aircraft
:i :' Navy ; Display Jon. 13-16 O'Nealef l'Pla'ce l-
"i yj / Stella Trail ROIaurant
1 j.. Thl Navy A-4 Jet alrcraf will be at Bradford Square after 6:30p.m.Jan.: 13forviewing.Theunit : Starke was arrested Friday :' Faith Baptist Church
1 will\ bee-pen for display ill day Saturday and Sunday,Jan. 14, IS at the Square and at PUS on Jan 6. for shoplifting .at 301 N. Lawtey .
i"dhel6th, Piggly Wiggly, and released ; : :

i I'eared Thli by to the a replica local Navy of one Information of$tfie Navy's team.Blue Angels Flight. Demonstration Team aircraft ..pond '- on the her Bradford own recognizance County Sheriffs from CLLu [L4CLl3( CGK1Cklib. : ( CtiglE: ( cLftrWtSpa. ![ f Special Singing And Preaching f

office Jose Benito Saleras, 49. of ,/,/ Dslhi laashrn. SMtlilt
.,. Nursery Provided
The local GOAVY Information lightweight AIRCRAFT ,
The McDonnell ,7 .
team, will be CARRIER based attack built plane became the Douglas official Miami, was arrested Saturday ,V.I" tt.l"f ': Jan. 7 for attempting to I> M fV/$
bomber. It has of 'l
'.visiting high schools this a wing span aircraft of the '!
month with a. replica of one of 27 feet 6 Inches 15 feet 7 In- ANGELS" In 1974. For"BLUE 27 Saleras take game was without also released a license, on 'j' Mall, ht $atsl.,, Ollt. 'l t I?, *, Dinner On Grounds.r ,*" .

the ,Navy's BLUE ANGELS ches from the ground to the years the Blue Angels have tits ...\ .
his 'i'
own < .
FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONTEAM top of It's tall and an overall thrilled millions of : :' .
aircraft. length of 43 feet 7 Inches. It their demonstrations spectatorswith of was Earl charged L. Phillips.Saturday Sr., LiAvtey with Gill I/dt y bias/ 1,14.1 .Nitirl, i"" Faith Baptist Church
From January 13-15. CPO weighs 12,000 pounds minus precision flying. These flying disorderly Intoxication and ,;
.Kelly will visit Bradford weapons. skills hatch HUM
taught to
Square and Bradford High This remarkable craft is Naval aviator during every night causing a public disturbance I 1200 S.W.I Th. Are.,
School on the I6th The unit powered by a high per. training.The Trail Restaurant ,
Jan. formance Pratt & J- Lake Butler "i''
.will arrive at 6:30.: 13, for Whitney Blue Angels were
,\iewlng) at the Square, and 52 jet engine, has a range of formed In June 1946 and the i'tas: !fiwlItritif :If/'l. : Hours 7 AM. 10 P.M. Dally Including Sunday
open, for display all 'day approximately onethousandmiles team demonstrations were Rt ult1f p I John StricklandPastor.
;Saturday and Sunday service ceiling of 40,01)0) Interrupted at the outbreak of 301 N. 782-3310 Lawtey rOn
,This Navy A-4 SKYHAWK feet in altitude and can fly at the Korean War, but. were resumed 1 1
,Jet Aircraft Is'a single seat 6W: mph. in 1952.

I Toad Schmidt Earns Eagle Scout Rank. M Me:a '-'- !iaI: E GLE saleThursday, Friday r*

,;,, V a.aAtatMhtrataluik In u candlelight ceremony :wlyipof and Saturday! iT
'i. held January 5 Hoy Scout
THE IMAGINARIUMU.r Troop 70, sponsored by the _
t,' 'bn Starke!Kotary Club presented
Todd Schmidt with an Eagle

f Scout The Hudgc son(of Dr, and' Mrs. .

John/ Schmidt, Todd is a fresh Super Prices !
man ul ,Florida Southern
ColIcK'( in l ikt'Kind Todd
joined the Boy Si'mils when he
was 11: years! old, attained"f'nllf'r'

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TELEGRAPH J.nual'1ll.It71 I'" -
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P Wrestlers Swamp ES 40-16Are 'Sunk 15-41 By Clay; .' .I

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Tornado wrestlers strongest teams In the area. Joe Klelbasa of his BHS The grapplers will meet eomery had his opponent on pier unbeaten until shake the
refused to
swamped Eattslde of Gainesville Clay nat been beaten only by wrestlers after their loss to Ocala Van Guard Friday In his back most of the match match for his
and lost a point
and will host exercising\ complete control. hands p
Ocala the
40-16 but were themselves Palatka. Green Cove Tuesday record fi E
I, swamped by strong BHS is now 4-1-1 for the The Tornadoes were "not Jacksonville Episcopal at His record for the season la 9- team. Pete holds Cruger a 7-2 188 Ibs..
In match Season. aggressive" againstthe home Saturdday at 2 p.m.BHS40.Eastsk.eU 0.
matmen a playing
Clay High 9-IJ. Cruger was not(
Still trying to pt into shape lost
the student body strong Green Cove
before very for the
after an injury( and a long holiday mentally prepared
Cove BUS IS Green Cwe42
Tuesday In Green team. at this point
vacation. Martin Slocum match 4Nllt
'They were psyched-out. Nugent 100 IDS., was
Spring iza the match was easily won by
of the not said Coach at 1:23 In the flnt Ibs., won 73. Slocum holdsa
Clay Is S-I. one psyched-up pinned : the team. "He went In In the
The BHS Tornadoes 81 record.
Ibs. swept
period but Troy Ely. said
came back with an M win. over Eastslde High Thursday Richard MUner, 135 Ibs., wrong frame of mind
taken downon s
Alan Montgomery 115 Ibs., Jan. 4. with a 40-i win. lost 1-8 against a strong, ex. Kielbasa. He was

r also won 60. According to BHS Coach Joe perlenced opponent. According his back in the first rrlod. l hJ

Linn David 121 Ibs., was Kielbasa.the Eastslde team Is to Kielbasa. the losing 10-S. but

pinned at 1:09: in the first young, "but has a lot of match was closer than the hard. However he was unable

period and Martin Slocum 128 aggressive play.,.." The score Indicated. to HIS record big point

Ibs.. was pinned at 1:59: In the fight showed the Tornadoes to Anthony Bright tied 2.2 the Is 9-2.
second period.Richard be Improving with every best wrestler for Eastslde. Bobby Smith who holds a 3-

Milner, 135 Ibs., match. :. Bright holds a 10-1 record his 0 record pinned his opponentIn

was pinned In the first period Barry Simmons started the only loss being a referee's the first period.

followed by Anthony Bright match off on the right foot by decision In the Orange Park

Ml Ibs. who lost 4-1. DavidBaldwin pinning his opponent with nine Christmas. Tournament The match"was a good tune-

148 Ibs.. lost 152. seconds left in the first period. Jimmy Wright won his first up for the team before

Henry Pete overpowered his Simmons has a 3-0 record so varsity match by pinning his Tuesday's match with Clay

opponent 8-1. but Kenneth far this season. opponent with two seconds left County said Kielbasa. Clay

l'rugar was defeated 112. AI Troy Ely. with a 5-4 record, In the second period. "Jimmy County and Palatka are the a

Chapman was then pinned 14 won by default Andy Slocum. Is a ninth grader who shows a strongest teams left on the

seconds Into the second In his first varsity appearance lot of promise." said Kielbasa. BUS matmen's schedule both

period. Heavyweight Bobby "made a fundamental David Baldwin 1SS Ibs.. lost teams being In this district.

Smith finished the match by mistake that got him pinned"in 8-1 In an exciting match that In an exhibition match, JV

being pinned with two seconds the first period said had the crowd roaring. matman Mike Teston was

left In the second period. Kielbasa. However. Slocum' Baldwin holds a 1-4 record. pinned In the second period

'When we lose, we lose fight was "very aggressive," Henry Pete, 170 Ibs., pinnedhis and Tammy Green won by i4Srzc

big." said Kielbasa. The team the coach added. opponent In the second pinning his opponent In the

members usually lose by a big AI Montgomery wrestled his" period. The Eastslde grape second period. I
"usual aggressive match.
score or get pinned and the

HlronK BUM: ankle Itr.ppl.I.n ride. Montgomery controlH his nun with a he winners said. win with close scores winning$-. said!a superior Klelbasa.I I decision Mont-! BHS Girls Cagers +c


Edge By Baker High .


The BHS girls vanity Baker: K.Jackson8.2.18,1.Washlngton Williams dribbles around the opponent

.-..9. M. Paige 0-
basketball team "finally
TO FLORIDA ELECTION LAW CHAPTER 98.081 AS broke Into the win column' 1.1.T. West 0-04 C.Johnson 0- didn't want it baaiy enough." BUS: 448 13.29

Monday night when the team 04 C. Rulse 1+2,V. Jefferson McGriff said.Although PUS: 8812 13.39

REQUIRED BY LAW, THE FOLLOWING NAMES HAVE BEEN REMOVED said hosted Coach Baker Jerry County McGrlff.High 344.BHS hooped eight points In close throughout the game all four was Williams BHS: Barnes-1J. Williams 244. 2.8-C.

well the first quarter to Baker'sone quarters the Tornadoes had 12 F. Coltrane 2-0-t. E.
REGISTRATION BOOKS: The team played "just second little offense and defenseto 14-2.' B. Hudson 306.
FROM THE BRADFORD COUNTY VOTER enough to win" 39-36 he said. point. In the too Murphy
Palatka. PHS L. Cox 44-8. B. Mines
Alvin quarter BHS managed 10 overpower :
Robinson Haynea The Tornadoes had .19 turn-
.A- .p. ,app.. Robert Wayna Roebuck Barbara Sue missed 16 foul shots points, outplayed by Baker's BHS made four points to 3-1-7,B. Paul 0-0-0. M. Swilley
... Cecil EverettLee overt
Fayaon, NathanielPertia. .ch. Rondo Roberta P. missed in 14. In the third quarter BUS Palatka's eight In the first 8-4-20 D. James 2-0-4.
and eight layups.
Anron. DeverneAriklne Douqlaa w. Carlton LeroyLeggette. Rooksberry Silly Jane.Amler."k. called added eight points 10 the quarter. They made four Judy Williams and Betty
Roy Lee Timothy what McGrlff a "very
Pieher Alvin Lawrence Rooksberry. Mildred C.Rooney Scoreboard while Baker points again in the second Hudson each had five
Allen, Marie E. Lehnann Donna W.
sloppy game.
Pord. Ethel Jewel Margaret Lynn four. In the while Palatka made rebounds.The .
Mildred M. I.ennon Levy R. Jr. The team did move the ball managed only quarter
Andrew. Joy Louie. Porayth Curtia LORPoeter Lewis Allen J. Rowe Jewel around well at times and final quarter BHS made 13 six. In the third quarter these Tornado record to date
Arnold, Mary chapman Lewis William J. -1- defense he points Baker made 17. hoped eight points to is 1.5.
Arwoofl. Woaley Lee ,Harvey JoeFrench. H.Praiier Llle Francis craef Sackett Scott V. added.played a good In last Friday nights game Palatka's 12, and In the final The team will travel to P.K.

Aiplnwall leon Ivory A. Logglns. Versie Lee Sanders, Dannie Elsie the Tornadoes traveled to minutes of the game both Yonge Thurs.. Jan. 12, then is
Au.t Ln. Robert jr. Henry Luther Jams Harlan Sanders, Horace Scores by quarter 810813.39: Palatka where they continued teams managed 13 points. Idle until Jan.20 when Palatka

-0- .Lynn. Betty H. Sanders, JuanIta BHS: their Inconsistent play Scores by quarter: comes to Starke.
1 14 41736
-B- Phillip L. Senders. William Elsie Baker:
O8...tt, Joanna P. Lyona said McGriff. -
wall. Donald PrankllnItnnwell. LuaU D.Soheyder. BHS: Wadsworth 0-0-0, S.
n mi Saxon.
Dorothy R. Oaaaett Walter PateOaaque -MCMcAdam Edward w. Jr. Barnes OHM), J. Williams 4-3- With two starters sick the Nicks Get FirstVinwhole I
Ida MaeOay team couldn't "take the.Iack"
nnrkedale. Barbara It. MarieOelqer Renal Lewis Scheyder Rosemary 11, S. Biggs 0-04 F. Coltrane up
nnrkedale. Robert C. Nancy, C. McCarthy Harvey w. Sohults Sarah Riea 5-2-12, P. Crawford --, E. and lost 3929.
nirka nirnes. Toretha Ann O.lq r, Lucy A.Oelqvr Mccord Mary K. Scoggins Susan Yvonne C Hawkins 0-1-1. chance to win a game, but we first victory of the season Hudson making 23 points.

narrows, nobble W. Kathleen LouCelger Mccray, Freddie Lee Soott Curtis Brian Tuesday when they defeatedthe Clayton Norman followed with
nirton, neorqe o.ntaa. McCutchen. Sam Jr. Sew 11,. James. Lee Lakers 21-18 in Junior 18. For the Hawks, Emmett

nvllnda Ann Oelq.r. Mary Wilma B.E, McCutchen. T. J. Sheppard. olla s. 14 Compete In Special Olympics; Boys Basketball sponsored by Watkins led with 26 points.
nixter, Sarah o. Olbenn, Tommy Dallasooodqe Mcnae, wllla T. Short SusanSimmons the Starke Recreation The Celtics records so far
n.$ ,. Robert I. Mary Revels stands unblemished at 6-0 the
Prance .
Mary Department.In
not]liny, Roaeoe Goodman. Patricia AnnGreen -M- Smith Anni. Lee 8 Bring Back First Place RibbonsBobby a come-from-behlnd Hawks are 33.
nlllwiller, Patricia Mary Frederick Thomas M.
Mack Smith
Vara T. Statistics:
effort in the third quarter the
nlaekhurn. Karen tee Mack. Gloria T. Smith Queen EstherSparks.
Greene, Charles AreonGreene Willingham and Curtis Nicks took the lead and held It Celtics: C. Norman 9018.G. .
voOf1. Carolyn S. Bradford
nl:+ Mallory Mickey Ray Lola w. Fourteen County
Rlak.wood, Robert E. Joyc. E. Manning Damon LeonManning Spengler. Gary AlanBpenqletr school students participated Simmons ?received".a first. throughout the fourth quarter. Smith 4-04 T Tyson 102.HawksB. .
Or Lffin. Alfred tkins w
nloolvotth Lynda Ellennoqer. Mandy Linda Lee In the. district Special place ribbon. \ : The Nicks' leading scorer was ; vy WJ6C: #
Gail. !
lllle. tnaa Griffin.orlffla. Arlene PhyllU ':<.. ? Manning .Sidney _.l-adl-ag; _IfW'" 'Olympics. competition heKTTirLake ; J 1'IRriV1l Larry Long with nine points B. Epps 2-0-4. L.Simmon Celtics 2 M.
nolton Mnry H. Brlffla. Betty So"f""" 'Hmtntrtg T. ra"8aW' Starling R., J. City Saturday. Jan: 7.' second place! ribbons, an Tbe LakerV-- leading scorer The Lakers play the
nonftwanrit Roee Lather Lswls third with and the Hawks play the Nicks
Marks Bobby
Griffia. Clara Mae Stone Of \the 14. eight placed first Daniel Knowles place. was DeWayne Slocum
Itoycl Dorothy oriffla. Earl V. Marks, Rene Mae Strunk Evelyn M. will to Orlando Bradford High School eight points. Thursday Jan. 12. The junior
I"met ley. Dave Shirley Ann Robert L.Rruly. group go continue their play
oriffia Ellis Lacy Marks. Strunk student Fred Fayson won fc The game leaves the Nicks Boys
,Hrndle'/\ Sarah oriffia Gladys Loulaeoriffla Marks, Vera Jean .....n.r. Johnni. DavidJr Jan. 20-21 for the area com first ribbon and Charles with a 14 record and the Tuesday Jan. 17, with the
Prank L. Martin Billy .. Sumner. RosieSumrall petition. The placing Hawks the Lakers and the
Grace L.Ortffla. Wood second place ribbon. Lakers 24.Statistics. vs.
nrnnnnn. Chnrl.e w.nrlce. Martin Howard Sylvia Carol first in the area meet the Celtics
E. Nicks vs.
Arnold Clarence Janea Martin Judy Ann Button Michael Edward travel to Melbourne for the The students were accom- :
nrlnht. Cornellua David oriffla, J.rom. c.Oriffla Martin, Robert Lee Swafford Willi. Oliver slate meet Feb. 10-11. panied by Mary Strong. Mary Nicks: L. Long 4-1-9 J.
nrlnht, Patricia Ann Katie DellGriffla Martin Honda K.r.n Swinson "...... wlllard Burton and Jim and Johnson 14-2. C. Griffin 3-0-6( Karate Classes
nrltt. Gail Elaine Griffia, Larry Mandy O.L. Martin Sidney Bella Symons, Anita II.nrDOk. Bradford Middle School Geraldine Lewis. B. Aaron 14-2 J.D. Francis- Resume Monday,

I.ealle A. Orlffla, Margaret Marl Mnthaws Vera Yvonne -T. students receiving first place Mrs.Strong said she wantedto 0-2.
... Penelope J. Ounter Eunice Maxwell Homer Lsvsrne Tabron Bert Ell blue ribbons were: Laverne commend the students on Lakers: D. Slocum 44-8, V.

nroome, Carlton M. Ounter, Ronald Glenn Maxwell Winifred M. Tanney. Edward A. McPuffie, Bobby Williams. their good behavior.. The Culverson 24-4 R. Bellany 1- Karate instruction sponsored -
Dro.ksy. Henry P.nrown. Medina. IrmaMerchant Tanney Lydia a. Michael Fowler Kim Cruger group took a picnic lunch and 0-2. A. Patterson 2+4, by the Vo-Tech School

Annie B.allda -H- Leroy Jr. Tennant. Edward o. and Felicia Nichols. BMS was furnished drinks by In the second game will be offered at the Bradford

Brown McMillan Haafekar. Henry Pred Montgomery lash Terry. Ruth LeeThomas students with second place red McDonalds In Lake City. Tuesday the Celtics held on to Middle School Monday and
nrown nrown trace i.ncyI.nfeyette E. Hainan Roaetta Moody Helen H. Thomas, Agnes Bobbi.J.Lee Boyec ribbons were Ronald Davis Special Olympics will have their undefeated record by Wednesday nights beginning

nrown. Hall Dorothy H. Moody Kathleen K. Thomas, Carl and Mary Burton. local track and field events overpowering the Hawks 51. Monday Jan. 16.
Hall Florence E. Moody. L. M. in February. 32. The Celtics controlled the students will ,
nrown Mnry Katharine Moor., Mary Lou Thomas Donald W.Thomaa Starke Elementary students sometime Beginning
Hamilton.. David LonnleHamilton. ....., haveclass from 6 to8 and
Drown nlbert I. Moorhead. Lola H. Lauren P.nuckhnltsr. p.m.
nrownlmi.. preddle Edward Dorothy LouiaeHamilton. Morgan Virginia Roome Thomas, Ovid R.Thomas .. .. .. .......- --" .. 18 advanced students from 8 to 10
; Vaneaala M. Jamea B. Morgan Zone Raymond O. pm. The registration fee is

nurch, Johnni. Mae Hampton Yvonne odeaaa Morris Walter Ward Jr. Thomas. Robert Eli $20. Students should sign up at
Hankeraon Bavarly Joyce
Inuoh. Lois w. Mosley Evelyn Deloria Thomas ThelmaThornton. the Vo-Tech Center.
'nuih Pauline O.pyrd Hankareon Robert L. Mott Maude A. John Henry NawanclSA David Newham will be the
Norma B.
Carl Harbin.Harbin Sidney D. Mo.1.y. Gwendolyn D.Mote. Thornton. Julia A. Buy karate Instructor. .
Hyrd. William Jeffrey Ross MaryMullla Thornton Kathy P.
Harbin Stephen DywayneHarbin Lands J.
Carolyn Thornton
-C- Wanda Johnson
Murphy Jessie Lee Thornton Shirley C. Record Deer'KiDReported
Carlton, Judy o. Hardenbroolt Annie M.
Murree. Dewey D. Tldwell EthelTlsdala. E
Carlton, Marshall L. Herpar. Claranca Dewltt Mildred R.Tltko .
Carter, Healy Harper, Vrlle P.
Judith A.
Carter RudolphCaion Harris, Barbara Jean
Nssworth Cary P. Tomlinson. Sandra Carol .
Nora Schaeffer Harris Marl Starling
Diana Mae Torlnio. Michael J. In Blanding
Cauaey. Nancy Katrina Hawkins, HerbertHeine "'.. .""
Richard Leslie Townsend. Ranell L.
Nome J. Carol Ann
: .i.n. William Henderson Jamea Michael Newaome Pitt T... nett. Diana RingChristopher 1977 was a bumper year as

Dons S. Hendereon Miyfield Nichol., Cohen Kay Tyler, D.lma tIt ,try. far as game was concerned

Clark, Pred H. Jr. Hendrieth Gregory Brian Nichol. Gregory RayNorman Tyler Robert Lamar. 'u Jim Scnatz, Camp Blanding
Herbert, Jr.Tyson.
Clark Mabel Lee Malachi Jerome Barbara Tyson with
Henry W. Lucille +Y Jf41 game warden reported,'
Clark. Michael Leroy Hlqqlnbotham James MonroeHinee. moredeerkllled in the reser-
Oliver, Jr.
Olemone, Marie T. Rabbi Norman Wayne Morris Tyson vation this year than any
QI mon., Richard Eugene Hobtoe. Darlene "Hugent Carol B. -U- 4 since'' Blanding .' .
alemone, Roy Randolph Hoffler. Pauline S. Underhlll, Elsie Mae :! opened year In the 1950's. :1:' .
41emone, w. C. Jr. Hoffman Clifford Merlyn -0- II
tCheck said 263 buck deer
Cohens, Edna Mae Holland, William. Fred, Sr. Oliver Everett S -V- Schatx
Cohens, Paul Edward Hollifleld. Ine Leach Oateen. Ralph Anthony VanEak. Natty L. ( were reported killed only one

Coleman, Jeeale 5. lollifleld John virgle O'Steen. Stedman .VanEek. John H. less than reported In a bumper

Conner, D. D.Conwey II,dean Arthur au'l.". Varnes. Larry John Out This 1970-71 when 274 deer ,

ThelmeCopeland. Hudeon Randall LeonHulaey -.- ... were killed, Including 12 doe
Mildred r.Covlnqton J'anes W. 'a".. Charlie T. til Jean ..deer killed by archers. 4
oloria Jean Hulaey Jennie SueHunter Parker. Linda Flowere Walker Deborah '60x14 The Camp Blanding area
Walker. John WayneCwart
Patrick Beverly Ann
Tornnle Lee ,
Covlnqton James Dal. Elisabeth Wall Edward L. had almost 26,000 hunter visits
Carol Harvey Hutehinqe. Annie M. Pavllk. and there were an estimated
Craven, Donna Jean Pelham. JessePhillips. Wallace Gary Leearavn CONCORDWith
Sandra O. Hutching, R Christine Marie Walton. Betty Lou PEACHTREE 3,000 hunters. In 1977 said< ,

Philllpe. Paul P. Ward, David Eugene Schatz.
drawford. Nettle Ruth
-I- Ward nancy L. Roof ,Reported killed at Camp 1 1I
It r.w.. franc M.Crewe 0 Pohl Byron ReganPortia. With Shingle Dry Wall
tealie Jam** -JJackson. Eunice Watezhouae. Jack M.Ctrorby I I Blanding were: 263 buck deer,
Jo Ann Bernice C. Prevatt. Gloria 8. Waterman Paul SalisburyWataon. 51 turkeys 78 hogs.1S7 quail, I
Ckoiby, William Jackson Carl A. Proctor Alice M. Steven BugenaWaging. & Residential. Siding ConstructionFULLYFURNISHED 1,657cat squirrels '
Pureley Joy NazdQ Paul HenzyWentwozth 165 fox squirrels, 5 j
Cfot, Melody ValyneOrowdert Jackson Wm. N. squirrels,_
Ann Macy Jenkins. Charles A.Jenkins Judy.B. ducks, 1 snipe.6 dove and ,16
Ckuca Lucinda Carl West Carolyn L.Wheeler rabbits. .. '
cruce. William Eddie Jenkins, Lee Quick, Maggie A. Donald Stsv.nClm.iaga -tD.5 Hunting this part i of tb

,' Sdward Jenkins. LillianJenkins Quinn, HelenR i, White. Lorena S.White L.. state closed: :.Sunday .1 night r.tj'?
.. Vernon
1II5D2 '
-rnqe.., Mazy L Steve W. January 8.-Camp Blanding :
: wilkeraon, Lloyd0' THE SAFEST MOBILE/ HOME
Jenkins, wllhalalnaJohns Ranme. Gary R.Rahma iilklson Charlee Edward now closed to all hunting i .

Dampiez Joeie- M. Johns,, Dale Brian Clendon Keith Linda R. '. William. Arnold Keith Includes | ON, THE MARKET TODAY I has reverted. to -mi tara"qrBaptiett

Daniel* Jack Johnson Ethel Randolph. Lester K.Rape Williams Bobby Central Air Conditioning < < training.
.. Willlama. OeozgaWilliam
Davis Clembertlne David Baxter .
Paye B.
1 Dean, Jeaeie'I Johnson Jack Raulezeon LouisaRagan .*.. Joyce oazald r.L.William FULLY FURNISHED DEL.lVERED\'SET\ UP ,_ +'Pla Track
I Dean Valeria Johnaon Jeazlean Walter Ellaha
Denoreet, v...".,J. Johnson Nancy M. Redding, Alethia N. wllliama. Llllie Sell Leawllliama Meet Sat. At BUS
Denafiald. Alpha OmegaD Reddish oeorga Larry Willlama
Johnston Raynond"' W.Jonas. W.CarryN.w-U..d& M
.'''', Dadia Maud 1. Mary Jane R..d.. Freeman Clyde Jr. sylveate ,
Tiny Reed Nellie Wllllaneon Dorothy Trances| ; The New River Baptist 3 I
DeSue, *
William luatar -K- Reed Sharon Ruth Wlllingham. Mary S. MoJbifg Hom Association will sponsor a
DeSue .. ;
D ..iio. Leonardo J r. Keraey. Mike Craig Reed William Raymond winbazly, Katie B.Kiahart .pa..II..d! R.A. track meet Saturday 3
Dlxon, Linda J. Kirchalne. ., Erne JeanKltehene. Reed Yvonne M. Stuart Wilbur ,,;Jan'14.at 8 a.mat the Brad3:

Olxon. Willie LeeDu90lecki Evelyn Long Reedy Terranoe A.. wood. Loyd C.Stephen ford County High School track .
Kite Audr.y M., woodard. Batty Louwooda 14 & 2<4 WidvB field
+ Paul Reid lama Oesn'Rhoden Largo S.I.ctlan.f ?"
L.Mite :
ouc..., Benedict, I.. Kt.. John Richard Bertha M. Aloook J.pyals The categories foil t the meet

Sttaan Oale Klelneen. Ann M. Rlcharde,. Kelly MarieRichendollar wood. Linnla Hathanlel L. Jr. "argil Crusader; for grades 46 -
Doretta M. Wright, boys must be 13 before S
-mtCaeton Knowlee, ChristineKAowlea 4,73-3i71aKeystone Ja&x.
;: Larry M. S.. Daniel R: Riley -Maoml Parka ,,}NS- Hwy,21 N. JOHN IBIW I 1; Pioneer' Cgrades 7-9, boys I*
Batty SIM -fc. Robert. Louie JoeaphRoberts Young' :, Barley Jr. ) must not be 16 before Jan. 1:

dwarde, Linda II. Lamm, Janet V. Dexter C. Young, GeneveJudith and PlonserU' grades 10-ia.
tdwerds. Richard Vern Landry .Paul o. RObara.;; Lorrle V.Robida. Yeung. G.tl, MOBILE i HOME CENTER boys must'not be 18 before: j
I | Ule, !otU. D. "" "" Lang. Johnnie Miriam O. i. .. &jaeAAn' "'- -- *. .-


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.g rs' Q Opt, : N'a :J48-f3 .,IIm.poeR: e 21 ord; T r5 I 1 II

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their team play.ft play Tueanight';: in St. the BHS five with 21 point. 10 'Hampton due'to his weakened, '1phal4'af32per'tent4gat' & .. .SA. To beat Baker' full court floor," Coach Ad\IM1l\ don >and DwayaeCummingaadded'i
eager earned Augustine."We rebounds end 3. assist. 64 Cf1IIdUlon.' \ 'j/BIIS/ Was 43 from the press in the aecomd: half pointed out, noting BlUmt 20 ((10-polnts.\ i.q.l Ma
to over St. AugustiM played a lot better than David' Walker contributed 9 BUS had a two point 13-11 ''fIeld, Pergenl. ,pf 45 yield Coach Adklnson Instructed his ot$4 shot or :37 percent from ""f'. ". ,,t.., .
? a road game Tuesday the other night in Macdenny. point and 8 rebound despite advantage after the first goal attempts. player to keep the basketball the field. ..s '. \ Ills, -..,*
all third and *They' In the air not to dribble and David WaSfer ,p4 it 16. 11 -
Jo Improve their record We moved the ball around. St. sitting out period tot it Big 64 a r re
Augustine pressured U'. but moat of lha fourth. period"In i yythehallitha ,.1. eM'1', ( .,. f. ,.. give the Wildcat player a game high ...abbtiJii rebounds ,. SMtAMrMM e a-,,. CvmmMet Slt -
we didn't put the ball on the foul trouble. erfOl't'.ln"'Laeeond\ '; '.. 11 a 11..!1 chance to gang up on a Brad- and scored: 10po intl. ''"") ,WMkW**.!.,**M.*..__
BHS last lost ( floor." Playmaker Kenny. 'Hampton period Big Walker had T of his .M'' AMrMf*IM'II,MimptM t-l-*. ford.man. But the first thing Freddie Aldridge led BUS 4 T41M.. 45_. ",.+
night IwNMrer.,5M1
alpcMsnywhat Friday Idle with the flu all point and 7 rebound in the e.l+aa..a. the Tornado he s/e.RMlM. e..
"We looked' a lot better kept ,4.4.a player did with 11 points, though ti EtI-.ejE .41L 1tOc.c.
Coach Warney really. We passed the ball on week got beck Into action first half.I>' f../ M.4al.e: 14.1.: : J.n.rs.e ..,"-. Adklnson said was put the didn't handle the basketball c. .t,tmH..*M3.ii -
w uuJnsmi termed a poorlyplayed the press." against SL Augustine and ,Free throw continued! lobe I .ua.r$44a4, ....._'-t..._. .. basketball on the floor. very much in the third period. ..a l.J.'nl..J".t' ....
gam But Adklnson scored eight points. Coach a' problemfor' BUS the -a0Mt./144 1/a,1.y5,JTM.I.4.15/e.Mc.ry. ..' ,.1. .:;, 44. : .. ;
fewtuMnore pleased with the Guard Freddie Aldrldm led Adklnsbn did not start players sinking Just 6 of,19 foul.. <" 11. "We had umpteen turn !q.L JI Nil ) ''I'".UI' r--'fj\:: \ _m mil ,

ilL: Trail Blazers Win 2 For 2nd Place ."., MKtri.i- _bUS U just overs.picked You'd up five have boy thought off the I CRANE SERVICEHeavy :

I "".""" .,.... ........... "We were In the b Ugame. street and put them on the :
We could have won ill" said a floor" the coach said, I' \
C" In Senior Boys. Basketball League 'frustrated Coach Warney frustrated at the lack of Loading & Un Loadin'

<01'," meet the Itau' blazers and tlM 'Adklnson of1 the 61-43 loss of .)teamwork.Adkinson. Erection 4,
1'be'Tr.n Blazer.won their Criffls with 13 points, and ..-., K. Jone ...... Cavaliers meet the Warrior. 'his Tornado' five to Baker said he finally quit Concrete Pouring All Types '
liras two games for an even :2- Eddie Thompklns with 14. For Warrior: C. Johnson 12-0- Monday. Jan; 18?the Blazers High' last Friday\ night, In trying to run a zone defense Up To 30 Ton Capacity/ Uobllt/ Crane With 105'Boom
2-Tnark to take over second the Warriors, Chuck Johnson 24,C, Hamm .4-1-8, R. Sullivan meet the Cavalier Macclenny. and went to a man to man de
place: in the Senior Boy led with 16 points. 444, L. .Chandler 344.l.tuascrsM The Starke Recreation: Bradford eager got off to a tense to show the players they CALL f.
:,Basketball League sponsored Statistics: Department will take on the slow start, getting shaded 164 !couldn't win that way,
by ,the Starke Recreation Trail Blazera: S. Griffis 7-1- Cavalier 48 Reno Recreation. team in a In the first period by the home BUS continued to shoot MARLOWE L. SMITH ELECTRIC CO.
Department 14 E. Thompklns 74-14, E.Winkler In the second: game the TrailBlazer game set for Thursday Jan. floor Wildcat But the Tornadoeg poorly at the free throw line, 462-1 eee Alichul. 24 Hr. S.,flm i
iThe league leading Nuggets 4-2-10 M.Pierce 3-04. defeated the 19.at I p.m.In the,ym at IUE won the second period bucketing only 3 of 15 charity V12 .
'boosted their record: to 3-0 Warriors: Johnson 84-16 Cavaliers 54-48. The score re- school. Boys from 12 to 17 18-12 and drew within six shots, a 20 percent average.
,with .a-,94-47. win over the L. Chandler &64-12 C. Hamm mained close in the first half, years old will be competing. point, 22-28.\ at the half. "We shot better from the 2ZCIaM'u
.Warriors. The Trail Blazers 344. and J. Luke 344. with the !Cavalier holding!! !a I / .
beat thai Warriors 4940 and The Trail Blazers hold a 2.2 two, point edge roe TrailBlazers
r tI'IIt Cavaliers 5448.. record, and the Warrior 1.3.Nuggetst4Warrlers41 came beck to lead 42-
The Cavaliers are In third 36 at the start of the fourth.
'place at 1-2,the Warrior trail Don Portia a leading scorer TG& y McCULLOCH
the. league at 1-3. In Friday's game, the for the cav.liers, fouled out In I
T.BIaier4SWarriors Nuggets held on to their unde- the middle of the fourth withno
4* feated season by outscoring substitute which made the ,
,The Trail Blazers took the the Warriors 5447. road to victory a little easier CHAIN 1 SAWDEMO. rJ
lead in the fourth quarter The first half saw the lead for the Trail Blazer '
Monday to win 45-40 over the pass from team to team but In EddieThompklna led the $ "
Warrior the third quarter the Nuggets Trail Blazers with 22 point,
The Warrior held a com moved out In front by five while Mark Pierce hooped 16. fft 'family centers
fortable lead until the end of points.The Warriors were unsuccessful Barry Simmons led the
the third quarter when the in their catch-up Cavalier with 18 points. { I':
Trail Blazers shortened up the attempt In the fourth quarter. Statistics: .
one a score Todd Jackson led the team Trail Blazer: E. Thom- 4''
off94.to A successfWithul scoring with 22 points. Albert Mc- !!kIna 11O-22. M. Pierce 84-16 .
( j
1 E. Winkler 6-O-12, S. Griffin 1- DPCpO -
drive in the fourth quarter the Duffle had 16. Chuck Johnsonled
Trail Blazers hooped 12 the Warriors with 24 0-2 ('
Cavaliers: B. Simmons 04- MACHO y. MAC 130Improved
and held the Warrior point
to six. Statistics: 18,D. Portis 8-0-16 J. Boswell (Improved Mini Mac 25)) QOW ( Mini-Mac 35))

Leading scorers for the Nuggets: T.Jackson 114-22. 44-8, K. Griffis 344.FrldayuJan. 2.0 cubic Inch ((32 +
13 the 1 1.8 cubic inch angina ((30 cc) ? S Starke Flo engine cc)
Trail Blazers were Steve A. McDuffie 84-16,D. Thorton !! NuggetsTroy 96 pounds ((4.3 kg) complete with bar& chain 100 pounds ((4,55 kg) complete with bar& chain

10" bar with MM370G chain fc, 14"iprocket tip bar with MP 370G chain
Portis Nets 23 Points The

I ........... ............ McCulloch

As Bullets Edge By RocketsStatistics Chain Saw

In Small Fry Basketball The Sockets led In the first :
Monday the Bullets took their quarter 86..but the Nets took Celtics: S. Hudson 12-1-25, I
first victory of the season In over the lead at halftime 12- T.Tyson' 344 C. Norman 24- .
10. But the Nets remained 4.
an overtime game with the
2220. scoreless the third quarter Nicks: B. Aaron 444 L.
Rockets winning
.I The Rockets led throughoutthe and could not get ahead In the Long 344, D. Chandler 30.6.J.D. ,
fourth. Francis 344 J. Johnson I IJ' ,
until the fourth
game {
14-2. .
quarter where they were held r
scoreless. At the end of the Statistics: t.
Rockets: A. Williams 7- -14. Laker.38-Hawks 2
fourth the tied
score was 20- .
R. Brown 1-0-2 C. Simmons 3- In the second game the :'I'
20.In 04. Laken squeezed by the i '
overtime LeMoklc\ Hawks winning :38J<2. At halftime .. FEATURES BENEFITS ,
Nets: T. Portis 7-0-14 S. .1
Chandler scored, for the
Wraparound chain Reduces the hazard ;
Mitchell 2-0-4. the Lakershad a two- (FEATURES BENEFITS :
bullets with 30 seconds left. ,
brake/hind guard back acts at hand :
point edge with a score of 20- Rlduc'tthe'
I hazard of
Chandler was also the leading Wraparound I extra safety.
18.The Hawks led by Emmett
scorer for the Bullets with 16 Jazz 34-Bullets30 Watkins surged! in the third I brake/hand guard kickbajl.for' Acts as hand Sprocket tip bar 20%'faster cutting, "
guard extr.sallty.
points. In the first overtime game quarter, addihg 12 points to lasting
Statistics: this season the Jazz defeated.. the boards While the, La rsnm 1,Automatic,! chain oiler ;AuonBtc] positive Automatic chain Automatic: potit2rdAm11t
Bullets: b L. Chandler 8-0-16; the Bullets Wednesday,.J n. 4,1'. i': ;I..t: : B MMrtmna-1 ,iglk:. oust j lubrication '.
> +kJ" v '
J.:;Mcleclo, -0-4, C.Simmons 1.a'R71c'kete -, ""nat { wIO .
> .. lubrication
"" with a score of,84-30. ti\lt'd'\ qUar.enifed' ). I Manual chain'Oiler'I Manual chain otlir Added /
AddedpBricstion during
:!: ,, : ,'-lo.'- .
; Mitchell Shaun .J.eltllmhOllrecl.Il34' Hawks In we lead 30-24. 'tough ftts < tough! curs plui
S. plus backup
points as the Jazz led: throughout -. The Lakff defense held the .' oiling Iv.lem.Th .
A. Williams 3-04. R. Brown 3- the game until the fourth Hawks fa. two points in the oiling Throttle latch Throttle advance for
0-6. quarter when LeMokio final quarter and DeWayne I Throttle hints rotl Item I for easy S t itartmg
Chandler and Catherine Sloucum came up with J4 .tartln !i a Light weight Easy to use-lesi
The Jazz and the Nets' Simmon pushed ahead to tie points to take the lead. (Lightweight Easy toSJsa; less tiring Muffler shield Operator can't touch
the second game and the score 28-28. Statistics:: muffler directly. 95'I
Clayed closing minutes the Nets'' In overtime the Jazz scored Lakers: D. Slocum 84-16 B. J Muffler Shield Operas Can't: touch hot Chain catcher Helps reduce hazard if
pulled away to win 3429. six points,and the Bullets two. DyM 344, R. Bellany 344 T,, muffler,due J 14fh breaks.
The lead changed hands' Statistics: Pierce, 24-4, M.Scott 14-2 A. I Chain Catcher Helps r / hazard if an. New louver muffler Significant' sound
throughout the game. After Jazz: S. Jackson 17-0- Prttterson 14-2, V. Culverson chain briaks.Significant .
Bullets L. Chandler 10- 142. Group.dcontrols Fingertip handy
three of play the 34. :
4-0-8, J. I New louver muffler sound decrease I All.position Carburetor works at
Nets held a one points lead, 24- 0>-20. C. Simmon Hawks: E. Watkins! 94-18,
23. The Nets pulled away In Meleclo 1-O-2. L.Simmon 344 B. Epps 344, Grouped controls Fingertip handy, M To carburetor cutting angles.
the fourth quarter, with Troy T. Harrison 142. convenient. 11 A. Reconad spark plug Prevents tnlgs ing.
Soft trip handle Added comfort.
Portis making of the 10 Celtics 35-Nlcks 34 All-position Carburetor works at ell
points, scored. The Celtics held on to their I carburetor cutting angles. STEP UP. More powerful "
winning season Thursday, Pecan YieldReduced FEATURES: More cutting
Statistics: 3 P M
Recessed It
Nets: T. Portia 13-0-26, S. Jan 5 when they beat the spark plugRtK.89" Soft grip handle.
Mitchell 2-O4 K. Morrow 1-0- Nicks in Junior Boys Basket- by $$1iu's 1
2, K. Stroud 1-0-2 ball sponsored by the Starke Ae=. *154" 139
Jazz: S. Jackson 13-1-27, N. Recreation Department.Scot .
Slocum 102. Hudson made the final Spanish Moss .
The Nets are currently 3-1. basket in the last seven You Can t
the Jazz 2-2 the Rockets 2-2. seconds of the game edgingthe Pecan growers and other 1
the Bullets 13. score to 3534. fruit and shade tree ownersIn
Monday, Jan. 16 the Jazz The Nicks led at halftime 18- this area are watchingthe !
play the Bullets and the. Nets 13,but Hudson put 16 points on Increase of Spanish
meet the Rockets. the Celtics' Scoreboard in the mo on their tree PRO MAC 510 MAC 140
third quarter, bringing the because of the adverse' (improved Super Pro 40)) (improved Mini Mac 35 "Auto Sharp")

The Rockets overpoweredthe score took the to 3124.lead The in the Nicks fourth then effect It will have on their 2.3 cubic Inch engine ((38 cc) a 2.0 cubic inch engine ((32 cc)
Nets 22-18, giving the Nets and the crop yield. 12.1 pound ((5.49 kg) complete with barS chain 102 pounds ((4.6 kg) complete with bar& chain \
their first loss of the season In quarter score 16"sprocket tip bar filth SM25OG L chain 14"sprocket tip bar with AS370G chain
Small Fry Basketball spon wavered back and forth, until Graduate Entomologistsat
sored by the Starke Recreation the final basket made by Florida Pest Control:
Department. Hudson. explain that Spanish mossIs \t.
not a parasite as Is
rather commonly thought.
but an air plant having Its,
own seed. It suffocates the tr t-1 ;
.' .
tree by clogging

I breathing pore.it shades, im s ; \ .\
,out sunlight-lt .harbors insects v -

All 77 Models .nd.. add. disease., ,. See page 22 I '
I organism It weIght. ; Demonstrate for complete f .
and bold 'moisture and

Must! Co. .,. during periods of heavy explanation of how \
I I rain and wind It is often I FEATURES BENEFITS 1 Auto-Sharp a
this .dded'weight th.tcau.e.
12x80 limbs to crack or 1 Cushioned power, Reduces transmission of angina ; works.FEATURES. f .
24x60 I vill""OllllOlIItioa vibration tq aperator up to .I
break and of course this
I Fglly Furnished.Carpet, :5580 makes the tree.more vulnerable I system 90% Itss ooerator fatigue.I .

to Insects. and, Wripareuod ch ln' .Reduces the n,zard of kickback BENEFITS .
I 3 B.F2 Bath. dlseaie.. J guar acts as hand guard. for extrs safety. Automatic chain Saves time and money
Spanish ,moss can be; 1 Automatic, ,Automatic p lubrication. sharpening
.'. ,
.12995; :killed quickly. '..rely and'' ijtrulnoiler' Pro eutmbltd In Ready to use,saw protected.
I economically. Florida Pest iMafliifl. chain. oiler Added lubricion) during tough The New carrying cat
Control .uses .,a special I '. 4. .' cuts: plus backup oiling system. Wraparound chain R.ducelthl hazard kickback .
formula, power spray that I Light weight Easy, to Use-t'lpis;r tiring. brake/hand' guardSprocket acts as a hand guard !for extra safety. I
,kills ,the' AND:'ttS." ;t, tip bar Upto20fastercuttinglongerlutingAutomatic |
24x70 eeoV but does not harm;. IlWulfjer shiqU! )jt: y0p rotofceplstouchhot Idea In chain Automatic positive lubrication .
I! L .muffler<( H'recWf.I .
tree., shrubs orsgrass.F, wrt M. atmm 1" oiler
4 B.R-2, Bath.Fully pecan trees spraying must Chain catcher v Helps! redoes ldizardifchalnbroak4. Manual chain oiler Added l lubrication during tough cut.-

Furnished' CafpetThroughtout be .don v .during their I Grouped ctfntrofl \Tlngerti_ handy, convenient. y plus backup oiling, system* .. 1
dormant periodJDecenibet; 1 All.position fUel' Carburetor wacki. at all cutting ; Throttle latch Throttle advance lor easier starting.
24x50 thru February In this area. Ijet carburetor angles." .>MI > Light weight Easy to use less tiring. dMuffllrshield
After .spraying the mos* Opratorcadttouchhotmufflel' { .
Racsss.d/perkplug> Prevents inaggljig.Safsty :
I a '10,995, .14,895 'and gradually dUppearraFlorldi disintegrates.; = Solt..grip I'*hindle"'Adddd.' mto. Splitting Chain catcher directly.Helps reduce. hazard if chain breaks :

Y: \ ,P..t.\\ { ':atlfer.l.1refea hsaaj '..... . New louver muffler Significant sound decra<..
r :Inspection and estimates.Call trigger .prjUrjtJExtra \ eidsliti/ieeplerdtfon/ Grouped Controls Fingertip handy convenient" h : '
Stiletto* Of them' a* JK4-S743. It Right hand, r!:j prgteltts0n. !FlrHFlr: ; All-position Carburetor works at all cutting al}
.Urt .' I eag'. .tgeae'!1'r.tJ;. pblgltett.l ch( l..p..n.I. i I.,+ i ; carburetor angle.

better' roD..A._<<", __x f__ TEP.UP Anti-vtbratiafll system Recessed spark plug Prevents snagging. ,
'12 M.WlJaI : ToiC Ua FEeleI "yed: B IiI I Soft grip handle Added cdmlort.Automatic I....
,- ,I II .. .... ;..J. T.u.RUw More powerful engine.
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., ';..j' ""-41... '.: :d -..,--OAon eunma'etpscltv. Place Wood 4
Soft grip "hetIl Ie. STEP-UP chain sharpening.

I : : Sfarka. Hews. ..CcrferI ., t I I'I'I : .. ,fi1K110J1+'+ "A4J', 1I1 L'II-' ""irSafsjtvlrit. '." fEATURES: Carry gcase.

I I I M6ti! ..- M;oI., !- is"t2StSO! /: \ tailed, ,I ( 1 ,rJJO.t'. a R. -1"0181/6".)8'/ "+ $ 19 5 _WITH lMeOJLlOCH CHAIN BRAKl R.I.M7I" 165" 'I {I

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!' 4 eU TELEGRAPII January IX. 1(71 "

4,,:1. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH INC.. Offers our Want Ad Readers and Advertisers Tri-County Courage<< ',OOp p.iddistribution :rJII 2.-,Jt .

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with apnttfimatelj 30,000 readers. FOR ONLY $2.00. through the pages of The Bradford County Telegraph,, The Union County Time, :;I' ., \:


r :" and The Lake Region Monitor. FOR MORE INFORMATION/ ?,& The Telegraph Judy 964-6305

431.. Raiford 44 Laka Butler Times . Chris. 496-2261 REA.LTY.
Below Is partial litl of 5n Klngslay Lake .
talaphona, axchangas In this 473 .. Kaystana Ht/. 712 Lawtay 473-2210 ' Linda
araa. 47S Melrose Monitor . ,, c HONI 947774iJOIN.
,.4 Stark i
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....LlI.1 .pl..k.....* ..d..rI.. .. Rmakl dealer. COSMETOLOGIST: I Ope. a withIn.. ,.,.. .....1.I ...... .. day a week abaravamg*, ......., Lw Income) houses In good repair,

........ locally. reported Yk.sew. Ph.. ".-6020. 1640 Sealh Preferred' will consider 0.. yr .w* fully. ." atockedJeaa Local ..... available. .elraalar hand, carbide, ,
Reepeadbla party caa W.I.., (1301 South. I I. .junior operator. For Isle' ar Ladloa' Fa.Won sell 496.2743. 1/11 llakg ....... BMwer blade bUwgrvand IN THE COUNTRY \

tell .. low '.." M'.rll..I) tf/fll 47522'phnne -. 8 .... laS Sbep. E..r".... pvevlded.Your HOME REMODELINCi IIIf aad ......... Leave
f: 47S-2N52 ..... II'.100. Call at Jack*** Bulldiag. Sufaly, Ralford Roarf-iVi acres-Frame home-l tress .
balance, .rtt .. ... w. >30 p.m. .r coat I* Ik* bame, w* d* Itr
end "... JepUa P...... FOR RENT A.k for l>*rl.*. "/.h. collect Mr.Week., 1-904-764- Plambla.. .. elect rie.L Stark ar .Keyetaae H.lgbt. 'r.r'tan.4a.28' CHAA, fruit trees, peaceful

P.O. ... 103. P..... City -- 7811. Up" 1/12 roon... room addlto. *.. .". "/... Handsome bi'lckbullder's/ home,' pool all extra

r.... H40I. 1/12: itpd 3 BEDROOM TRAILER I RESPIRATORY Coed .... at a naaanabmprlrai 20 acres. well.tank and pole-cleared. 6. pretty
lit/ bath' wltb. I2l addl- TECHNICIAN: : Must biv.eaperlaac COT A TASTE FOR AD. r.f.r...... Visas 944M87. JR. REAMED HEATER
lie. *. Oj 1 acr. f.........., *. email hospital VENTURE Yoa will ..... It 1/12: 4lcbf. 2/2 CLEANING AND REPAIR 4 acres 3 BR frame home, well, mobile homeslte
LOTS FOR C5AI.J: LlliU aelghberkeed.tlSOBiaatb. H&......Can .be reached M... New 1 BR CB home. I acre. furnished
quiet the Navy. Travel t* *i- Wmler I* ....... Ite tan. to
..n dun a ..... S2.HOO. I ,lu. 4epe.lt. Frl..84.9644MOO,eat 139. citing place.. Work eel apace OFFICE" : MACHINES ;. lave year beater ... Hampton-frame, CUBA, l I. acre, neat

E.., ol ll.mplon l.nkeRI B.'.... H tar lie and. L.... I/S Ztchg 112Hlgb age ....Ip...'. Get top eaah r....tor a ........ ...... .1...... aad'checked.
.. Phone 4HH-IK33. STARKE ,
Butler. 1'..... 496-JS42, -- -- --- ....11'., career tralalai, l>*akl Office MuMaoa.Pha Call Jr. a..set
I/S 2&pd I/1 2 LakeButler.J l Itrbg; l/lll: Sckaol grad limited and a great 1..1.... F.r mare 7823020.: 1/12: 5l,d today. 712-3126.. 904.B9 2. Demorest Property near Starke Plata reduced

BASSET: ?HIUND: Pot' IIOrORR NTi""a."i. .....1... sow, good .pay Information. coelaet Chief 2/9 '''' .. 215 Broadway CB home, .large corn. lot.

,.. Phnne tar port. (rest parch, utility 11611J1O .per ...&111 Travel Kelly,3724289.Or eee me *l WAi' "JEWELRY Church St.-good rental property-17000.
AKC. Teas IlIIfo rum, wash. ream, big. yard, A......'..., Vocational. Bradford. "Square" 114....." 10 2 BR with Income apt.-impeccable: order
TYPIST. Sm.deelree
.73 /521. I/S 2 rhg 1/12 Bear ....001. MSO/meaU 11 tralamg. F.., A..........., aj*. to 2 p.m.i Thursday I .STUDENT. REPAIR wedding. Invkatleaa Lovely lot-Orsen Acres sIcs neighbors
TblZO .......... Call collect to 3 1/12 17thg aert-tlmo work red ...r..I... K.,.,...
PATIO COVERS, lor and last mouth IB: .ppcrtuailty. p m. p.m. WU .... Madison story-good repair-large lot
a* tyalat. type Jeweler 11/3 U.
..... aad mobile h..... Phone 964-6020. I III 2tebg U.S. Navy. Recruiter J74- 428WELDING iee...... maaaaerlyto, 2200 Sq. Ft.,4 B R, 2 B. CH*A, near schools, fenced
lift ".. ... $I59 ..1.- 1/19 6289. Regular Militarycmpeatla ---- .-----
uniform, food.ktdgiag. ..u... a.aer.. $2: hourly. GOOD''P" i 8'wD for Madlson-naarly new Brick fireplace. Corner lot
tailed. GATOR '- :' & DIESEL Cal 11..,._. 473-3041. Had used mobile ..... Ifmortgage Contemporary with 410 sq. ft. FR with fireplace.
ALUMINUM. 1'.... 372t767. FOR SALE OR RENT 30 day paid ..,1.* rpkr, Gregory
1/12: .
"lIZI' N.W. 13tb St.. 12.70 Mobile) H... ,la ..c.,.... complete medical H....* Weldlag. Rt. I I. Be ..... OLIN'S la 3/4 (MOBILE paid. ar Mimosa Dr. brick ,2130 Sq. Ft., child's paradise.

CalaeevlUe, S/ll If/ekg L..,.,, rut 1125/...&.. pl... dental care plus 61.B. Glee St. Mary, 1'... Place I.....,*Grveai .IB my HOME SALES. 944-SoO.
valaralebedi ar win sell $397.0 per math darting 275.2669 or 27S-245A. 1/12 .. LAKE PROPERTY
bam Lake 8" ), Melrea, Oaea 7 days weakly. tl/ckg
GUNS FOR sA'ii:7": 22'., trailer for 13.11001 .,,,.. !. pay for E:-1. I/S 4tckg 1/26 Zlpd 1I1fu'r 1'... Hkaren 473-1374. .. Hampton-Beautiful custom brick large lot, dock

2$'.. sod 38'., sold at DAb rest big .let. Cal Jaa 1.771. ---- --- lukg" 112ADDITIONS: Kingsley-Rambllng, one story-priced right

mr'e Dleceuat. TF/chg 2576. N. collect cell.. llpd TEXAS REFINERCORP.. : MK: "IIUM'U: boo DRAPERIES Ct'NTOM J' MAP/We are: Hampton-Furnished redwood ft brick unusual '
ff.r. PLENTY OF MONEY: lo mope. II.CHIO per month i Garage. Drywall ... .locking. lets .f I........ Kingd.y-Larg. remodeled homewith, 3 rentals/

WATSON'S HOUSE OF : T-BR *, sash b....... Irlmeenetlt. pert time. Ball 485-1471. work. Fro e.Umatea.. Free ..U...*, I.em aStepke
VACUUMS. ..., .,.... .1 El t. mature mdlvldueJe I Iln! lltpd 2/2/78 12: year on*>rla**. Call .. h... 490-2219. COMMERCIAL,
sew. ...:usa. tl|.dmechmee apt.. TV. A/C. atlllllee Included In halos Countyarea. Earlt_. 4A8-2M7. 1/12 1/2-1 Itrhg.ROCKENSTEIN,. Tuck's Drive ln-301 S., great location
laralebed.Weekly .
...11..1.. .., totally l 1160 ft. office 100
E.. .. .. R.gardl.e > W 3tckg 120ALCOHOLICS --_. sq. bldg. plus sq.
repair, ill ...... Part. and Bthly perteace writ A.P. Pals A.JW.DEXlftTING TREE ft. parking lot. 135,000.

........rl.. for all vieuum Temple'' A.,.Motel.., Hterke.880 Pboa N. Proe.. Tau Relln.ry Corp.. MORTGAGES) MOUE P..... 9044894 ANONY SERVICE P.... Ir..., 7000 sq. ft.-411 Brownlee' St. storage or stores
.,.... T...... *r
404 NW 10th Fort Worth
Bo 711. .
removing tone. al large tree.
9647357. 1/12 4lpd 2/2 Looking ,. buy l.t *r 2ndmortgagee 9 4 7419. tl/ek.. Interesting bldg. 301 many uses
A. C.lae.vlll.. Ph... 76101. IIIZ ltebg at 41..*_&. will ".er._ '......UII' ..
371.7110. N/ehg UNFURNISHED' -HOUSE 2er MASTER---- Keaeonable CASH FOR GOLD 810.1... limbs. breaking. Bad .Increase
price paid.
FOR SALE, 'ti'---.... 3 b.d.... 1125/montk. ('OSML! ;'rOLtlf:IS'f, Phone R.C. Polhamai.Uceaeed Jewelry ..I......., ..1... sew growth' yielding. a mar .... .
....,.. Wll vl.lt -
..7SII. 1/12 4 gold. veuaaywbere. productive nut crop. Eve..otdatse.
..edlee for soy .1.r. ever. Phone Itckg Following preferred day ..rt. broker. .
Pkaa Mr. .
Phaa Galaeevlllo
247 dlfferoat .... we have. week. atari Immediately.Call 205 Temple" Ave.' Sterke.
STRAG&WILD( G. Rittman, 475-10H9. I/S 4 tadl2 373-79H9. TREE TRIM
totervlew.ppQlnln.nl. .
Sham all. UAhmor'a. 904-11547 for .r can 904 89O9. Call GnI.. -
Dleceunl.. tfehgWe Very .large. Pbaao 9644261 tlchgHOUSEKEEPER vllle. 375-3185, .....Ia... MING. REMOVAL. STUMP .THOMAS
er 9646112. llpd 1111 1/12 4tchg' 2/2: BRADFORD SEPTIC REMOVAL FERTILIZING. IB Lillian C. Pearson
ale. have now I'. I.". -- : Noa- TANK SERVICE ReeldeHal .- I2// 9lpd 1/26 REALTY

electric .,.. .., and ....h.,.. FtRMSIIr.ll: HOUSE, maker, wasted 3 days WANTED TO BUY, Mobil auma-eut... $40. Peat R Estate
...U. I b........ bam ail** aad 'I.... TOP Pbeaa9644IJ2I. SEWING MACHINE'SREPAIREDi
HAMMERS) DISCOUNT.! Very ....., 8:30: a.m. I* 4:30: ,... service .ra.taooI. 1 NEW LOCATION
Pk a* 964-7921. tf/ch( (135/moBtb.. Phone 9647S2I. Must ...... owa. tr.n.port.- Ill paid Pha Lake. City 4t'd *ll mak*. 621 North Walnut 8t.Stark. BRANCH OFFICE

llchg' 1112AVAILABLE tout Mel... area. .. .. collect 7524960, altar 5:30 d......, ailed. aad. adjueted. ..Florida.32091 ----
UTI LITBUILDING!!. All '- 4751538. 1/12 If/chg call 7S344S2.: 1/12: a tpd 3/2 HAW SHARPENING Dre* $7. Wark gaaraateed. Jama 9644162: US 301 NORTH

aluminum.. p.I,... ....p. -FE : .i, off at Ac. Hardware. IB Stricklaad. ,.....r.f M.r... Formerly A.J.Tho... LAWTEY: FLORIDA

table.. .light ..11."., light.. Bradford Village Aparteate. CETA POSITION)-- NEEDED: IMMEDIATELY) Key Mono or Smltba Service Read and Hwy. 18. "/." Real Estat.One 782-3806

asgu..d ....... floor 1 BR, mod era fur Dl.patcher. Must be Brad. Border cal lie tad. Will pay H'.".. la Mel.... I IS 4Ukg - Very alee 3 BR 2 Both

delivered. aad. let ap. allure, AC. carpel" ..110.... lord County ...Id..' sad too or pick af Utter. Phone 1/21 acre bema rise, Black Ho... CH4A;

Fm..erg available. ap la 4S .10..'. walled. garden patio, eeoaemie.lly .dleadvalad.. 964-7882 after S pa. ar 964- --- ----- MAINES INSURANCE! : reeldeallal and mobile S 1/4 Percent Mtg.
..., 315 W.WaehlagtoB. AGENCY 180 S..d.. LakeAvoaue. ionic, an SR100 South, garage.
month' la payi 60 .be.. olf.' parking Must have. high school 8547. Itch. 1/12 DISABLED VETERAN $32,000.
Phone owner financing. :from
,"u..U.f Sterko. ,964-6020, Phaaa 964-8801 education and be able.) t* Will Bleu out rear ...... Uallewad 4M-397H. .
9644021.12 llchgOUARTERHORSE .before 8 .... "/.10. Phone tor queue an ...t.- 13200. 8p..loubl.o.
type. Apply at Florid Stale WANTED, Used refrigerator ta keep tie uawaatod ... 2

-------- -- CAMP R employment. Service. (Old *. .....*.*. *tov** la J..". 473-240. commercial mobile. borne Ineuraac, bonds. 3/17 and 2.5 Acre with" septic teak, Urge. BR. 1 acre 123000.
MARE TRAVEL Cea.b .... ....
C.urth.suel) |, Stark. lUhg good .ILlo. 1' Dab- tl/Chg culvert' and water, ready --- --
31/2 yeara old .with saddle for rent aa promleea. No 1/12 ..r'. IH....'. at 9H4-7923. SEPTIC TANK A GREASE: : tl/cbg_ _ _ for mobile home, H.mptaaarea. 2 BR fural.hed. frame
(200. Phone 78234)13. children. Totally fualab.d.Monthly. ,,/.. .
aad bridle hem. la washer sad
Ph.. 964-7357. TRAP. el..o..'.. ... goes NEED CASH? W* buv luckea..pkkupe..d SR-3ZS ewer will
) 1/12 3tpd 1/26 llpd 1/12 reeeenable. Jo* Fer.vlb.. auks Joe 11n..... 8S.6OO. dryer. 13,200.-

AA'GE."j"A8Mi'A: Do You Have AnythingTo 4311022. All builn... appreiUl.d. Shaw, Ray Petlk. ..9tI Z.' --- -

HAY Highly fertBliad. *2 FIRMSHKU' -- MOBILE: Auction? (:It..uiiprl Ad 3/31 ItacbgEv.ry4.ne or 496! .2829. 8/4 llachgINSURANCE Mobile rTome, on" 85>120 8.7 100A Acre 113,500.coraer 1008 -

HOME :2 bedrooms. .. Urg Bring It To - - lot, near Key.toaa with
.per bale. J.M. Edward. Itmutla .1. la.urablelImmedlal ....... -- --
llrhift t* Huahsau lake.
Phoa. 964-S379. 1/12 lot. 7 mile. S E. a* HR 100.Reuonable. by 10 restricted t
4tpd Beverage urea *
Z/2 Ph... 473-4508. 301 AUCTION pho.." JOE USHERAGENCY I......... Agency, Farmers. Price to cell 18000. homes. facing. 230WOsea -
Itpd I12UNFURNISHEDHOUSE: 4902128 498- and. Dealer. H.." Building, - -
ACREAGE F.'R SALE:: 7 Hwy 301 N. Starka 29113< ar phone 49 -2101.Lehe Butler. Nice one bedroom home, R".122.ooo.

arr... 3 mile Kant: oflUmpton. ,2 (Old Moose lodge) MOBIL* HOME 11\" I .//.!.. perfect for young er retired 36.35 Area-1340'--.. 301.

.Tall 4HH-2 1113 after9P BR IB beautiful Mel... BRASINGTON couple, some new Terma
"5 4tcbg! 1/26 17S/math. ....... 475"MJe.av SERVICE POLES furniture,.. kitchen ap- > 1511,500.
= ::: --- --
ALL BUTTOSaZaaUwtai. .. *_!".!! ,! lteh. pi. Including Acre .weeded.. all OO
I? ; : LET US MOVE YOU. Sales & Service FAULKNEUE ...101... machine, carport, 29. 'r _
1/2 price through. JIB. IS
Butler park .
... I* our Lake located > *a OrangeSt.. 1'eYprhlLdplop
R. Fabric. aadNotion. eh..1SI. Selection Of Used wn SOl
.. 3NO Weal Malahtreot APARTMENTS, eeeapUtoly free at Vb." HIJHIO. South. 30,000 tarma.Appx. .
Lake. Bailer. Uralihed.. TV A/C. Cars Taken On (LIIII A --
1/12 .... wide. only" we ...UIblo.lI. 200 AMP 130 plus acres laHawtharaa -----
Itckg. Restaurant aad I.**.. anchor hook-up Cadillac Trades old 301 2 acre. Little Bases
aa ,
djelalag.. Uaderwoed At IUU Fe Lake 3 BR. MH.
2001 N.W.
------- ---- All for only
half la fencedaad
II' .\('IlKS-Ml: 231)) Plat' land Motel U.8.Sfll 4 ...* N. *t w.ler/.ewer.30/month rental. aver cra.a pa.lura,l.aced. 133,500 ,.,... adjoiningappx. .
with pine lr.... SIII.UIMI: Starka.MlkRILF.. Call today) UII S.. Water, Florida St. npSterke 1 Financing. avauable.l,100. 3 1/2 urea. a. caaal-.

firm. I'hon. I.M3.BI'1-o.lM'l!' HOMES. : 2 and J OLiN'S MOBII.K acr. 2BRho... 1BRMU -
964-S06S per
alter H p.m. I2/J9 :Stpd 1/211. bedroom In .o..try. fur HOMES At tb* aeehrV'Im Mewii** Y - $28.000 or Both for
BAHIA IIA\'. Argentinn.. nl.h.d. Phone !JNI46III. KM. West ,I t Drilling 640 acre near Keystone, $50,000.-----

highly ferlUlud phone 964- 12/15 4tehg I/I*. Saris OLIN'S DISCOUNT 2" OPEN SATURDAY owner will II...... DAY, EVENING ..V

6071. 7/21 'fl.ha 9645606BOOTS WARF.II )USE thru 6" 10..1'._. F. Delano Thoma.Reg WEEKENDS
Phoa 782-3806
Rental large Living room
HWY.100 WEST Real Estate
DL'ROCK BOAR: Pure bred kitchen and dlalag area, 2 !'I'fARkE9tl1.1I6116 Fast Rotary Double Wide Mobile Ham Broker

cbemploa'". II..; hat quality BR 4V 2B. Ph. 9645142 or with l'f'" ..... Many sea- Office

length and height 2 Y'". old. S06Sllpd Open 7 daya a week. Drilling Equipment' reel 9644162EVOBUB LONGCI1AMPHome

.very ....'1.. Beet oiler. Call rTiTSTisiiKU' I : RCN>MS>-withphale BUILDING "NEEDS' : : ----- and Building
P.I. 116..79..2. hod 1112.i STATE LICENSE Commercial Preperty. with .
batk CH/A housekeeping - - *
IIAYl; 1 1.SO-per bale:-Phone" Inc.. convenient. to AT 4.$ Paneling 4.99 .. .. .. .. ..... .ppr.., 1200 iq.. It. bldg. S33-2210 Materials

l.eetoa Mathewa. 9647942. downtown area. Monthly Carradine'sIUt1NI.Ffl Strip Initiation. .20 SQ. PumpsNew 81SJDOO. -WE BUILDYourPfa7t10rOura-

1/12 Zlpd 1/19 ,..III., call !904-7344. or 2m4i .7S ---- ASSOCIATES
contact Mgr at 314 N. : : .e Ai'.MK; : 2a3e .70 Nice lot with elder ..... Stave SlmmoniEva.
flEV 'ALITI'M'i, G rain Temple Ave. 1/5 Zlpd 112UII'lI'f1 124 WB-. UII2I. & Used that Bead repair. $4,500 .9644881 Your Lot Or Ours

fed .beef for (recur, ana ___ -- JL'SIIN' .. UISI.I O Orals Field Pip M Ft. -- --- FREE ESTIMATES

"..1..190. tar p..'.. one 196Z : "''I'A11.11I. ('.: - SalesPartsServiceEZ 3BR fruae bane a* ep- Harold Eppa Remodeling Repairs
FIN ISII tI: A ... ... acre I.I tewa. F..9fI.-6fI16.
ford Calamla S00 good Our aad selection
,\\ ,\ ..:, 275 \\ MainMrrrl. price Terms
$16.;00. Additions
meter. traa.mie.lon and lake. Butler, contact ore ..,.'h. BESTI
body. Phone R.M. .1....", ( livili-y, Itubrraon.l01 :N4lk \\ \ ..... .. .... ........ ----- Homes Bought

Jr. 4736435.112 l&pclllI' Avenue, or rail I.811IM3I74. : Bell*.Ua 18'.S6.II BUILDINGSPrice. Start at $59S. .Plurnbin,9.! 21 acre .withale..... Several.. 3Bedroom SoldTradedACREAGEFOR

NEW i i issoW: : : I2/2H 'llnchuAUTOMOBILES Leather Delivery Free with-la. eut-buUdlage Incmdad.Nic -----

OPEN. Corner !SR-225W and USED CARRAmNEIiLEATIIERSHOP county. New Installation ---- (HI RALPH
US 301. heart of L.wtey.Opea FINANCINGAVAILABLE"' 2BR IB, .".crateblock.
9 .... la 6 123,000._ _
daily p.m. Lower", Florida : ',. '1. BRYAN
1967 MGB-GT, White, wire, Remodeling
Public auction ovary 782-3400 - 1'..... call .. today to IM '--
,Ir.. lose than
T.....' at 7 p... Everyoa wheel., new NEW US Ell: !TOtS' : property. for anle. Real 9646853
...1.... 1/12 If/chg 30.000 mile on engine and AND REFRIGERATORS: RepairsDurpanc'e Estate
'......In".. AM/FM SOI South.
YARD -BALE. :v erVdTyrala stereo cassette player 25 PaaTH.Fa">"ikiMr 2117 N. Temple Starke

er ehlnei 1 mile we.t of mpg run ....,. 11.250. JteeforAewciale. 964-8783

......" on SR-22S. Phone Phone 475-2490 alter 6 p.m. WATERS .... ........ ........... .

24978. 1/12 Slpd 29GARAGErnErF llpd 1/12: BULLDOZING PUMPS& SUPPLY Ev.llsngl Irene L.Faalkaar- 964.5145Su.a. OFFICE OPEN ALL

Bulldozer Work M.B.......
and Salarday. At rear at SWB (1JOO. AIM, 1969 COMPANY
Tackle. Bo.. 341 N. Temple. VW, ISSO. Pheo.964-6112.' : Large or Small Evningi 964.17' QYAPPTMENT
9644261. Itpd 1/12: 864 N. Temple Ave. .
Ave, lube
V.d. Settle. Oft Marcaa Read 3 BR GEORGE ROBERTS.JR.Re .

A iG TjTilTA: 1976< "TOYOTA; Like: ; -new, Land Fill Starke Enol... 9644944 frame home en 1 acre Need. (. Real Estate Broker

HAY highly lertOiied.Pbaae .low mileage, auto a/c, tap wPondsWILBUR 964.7061 same work. Keaaanable" at P.... 964.7826 .JI'-"
964-B237 or 72-3863. deck .... t...... 30 mpg. ....700. IM Norm Tomille AvesyaRRUPLORIOa' .

P..... 964-8771. llpd 1/12 REGISTERLPGAS ,
1/12 1/19
Patrick. Ztpd WATERS
20 A.... with 2 BR he*.e|

SEVERAL''ITEMS:'8.N Ford 1972 DODGE VAN *..-"4tMadl.on seeds UaLhlag. CI... In.S .
flor and .--- -
Tractor, goad cendkion. Sportama Rey.U Good 8eo w. SI Stark Realty193N.TmpleAve.
condition. Auto T...... PS, Acr** with 4 BR brick
999. Small bert. 3 1/2: yr. Or TU-ISM 308 S. Thompson St. home .- close ... '
g.ldl... 12S. Palomino. AC Heat 1,800. 964-620S. Stacks.Fla.Olflce .
mar, 22S. Ph., 964.8121.llckg Rt. 2 Baa 68V Slarha, 1122uhg : 904-7700 964-6688 -- -- t BR tram house Ineeplry
Comm.rlcU" 301
hi .It .
IU8"AiiA'iIC 1119 SPACE HEATERS OB :3 acre, with 2.
--- -- Over 400 ft. ....to... \
40.000 BTU Gas 1129.32
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COVENTRY .1972 CHEV IMPALA Aut.wair OPEN SATURDAY 59.000 BTU Oil f212.75 1 acre t.100 acre.,Lawtey 3 BR, S bath. bl..k ....* loSuraag.
JEWELRY Op.. HoaaaTkareday law mileage, powerbrake. COME TO THE 301 AUCTION 15.000 Gas 74.53 .r**. Law ..... p.y.est.ewer Helghte.Twe .
Friday, Saturday ., ."...... 51.965. call Needed badly UM* .. 24"Cat.Range f 197.05 _*... -- -- -... ...-..* .
2 for full price, 3 ,for half. 4311252. 1/12: Itpd ell. Z0-.cr.
Fri. At ----- < tract vary
prke. S44 W. Call S,., 964- 1976 ""TORTNOi;; ;doer.; Every Night : P.M. ----- CASH CARRY DOCK'Heme New > IR.I Bath CH/A .......blo. Just all SR Iti

5483. llcbc" 1/12 .. S Acre m City, geedlec.U.n. Delivery 01 .. weeded rad.t .
18.0OO III. ., original .r. Prizes Awarded! Cylinder Bulk G..' .....ea one ears paved
AM.TM. P/B.' P/B. A/C. lat MteU *f .11,. .

HOMES FOR SALE. Pk.Like. ..new.3.500 4732733.U lire We Auction Anything & Everything Lett with-.-.Prke-...ldI.--redaaed.3JM .. hiHuaftoa. 20 AereT ia"RAtfer4. are. *: 4.w.BR.wick wTtlT 1 balk. hr

Semi fosclag. thmhrt. aadpaatw -- .
BRICK ROME 3 "bedreom.' GRA"NlTpRlfXl: i Leaded: Uk. --- -- GU'iND ., *. '3 BR:I"batk.leck: bam* hi

2 balk. garage. CH/A. 1/2 sew 12,000 mile. J.L.Gladwell. 301 AUCTIONHwy A.re.. tinder, *ateld. -,.--- \Stark. City Umlta.
aft 301. 4 5110. CoD 964- bulldiagl. __ 'I.I
acre ,Jaet yrl. eld. IALS.TRAVEL Saver Bade Lake 1 IB -

28300. P..**. 944771.lld 8613. I/S Ztchg 1/12: 301 N. Starke Old : --- r"Aer '.r.:>ld he*.. en Large dIR, tram be.**.'
( MOO Lodge 3 BB with hieeuaty. '
I III1t74MOBILEHOME.14..S '" ) Beautiful let with" ...J...... [LR. family ream ea toa
with whit viajl tap and. -"---- .. ,
f$., totally alaetrte. CH/A. 3 .Ulterior 351 *.L| AM/FM 8 t BR. if you'r looking for 4111xcltlng far- bulldlaa *r Ml Nrtk aBR,. LR.

BR. 2 bath, cal 4M-3SO4 track) sew tire. full pwr. walk/g dleteaa. t* t.wa. |lob, gee MIll mobile bamai 0.. aero lat I.... beeiM, ea tea acre.,
.... air. Phoa. 964-707S ar -- --- Ford, Plantation Inn, /juaetor and aejulpmaat. f fSeveral
altar 6 .... 1/12: 4ld 2/2 20 Ar*. 9644100. tf/od 43SHAMROCK
101 S.W. 13th ST. eepM* teak and lgktl4Evealacs ,
TWO FORD PICKUPS p"ie7.77oe Gainesville Fla. Rm. U OO. ; Mmmarcktl lass *a
; S BR. 1 1/2 bath. brick h... Veral. P.Odom 101.
:2-toa lateraatiaaal 103. Phone 374-JM2.:
a* Lake Butl.r.$29500.1I damp mid W...... ... -
R.RalE.teta ----I2
... CB
t. 964-7061. W. have opening for
4964414 freaa 9 ..., I ... PEST CONTROL 1t Broiler RALPH BRYAN-9 4-4208
494-2005 t 2&.10" 1/12 ; 10 people f rwa to travol "_.. with family ream Sbalk.
attar 4 IIIl'
r p.aa. 1+ Eve.. 964.547yPearl j 5'' l\aI"r'
--'! \ .. CH/A. Wart *t
California, Haw.lI.ndretunt. .
tuba : II '.. _. '
I La.,. .
Andrew.Aaaamta9M.773. High earnings.Transportation ...w.\NI.DOtIGLAS.4. : .
SCARF) Weald Uk* Real Eateta Brakar
SPLIT LEVEL epaeleaa 4 Must teav lirt-
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\ lady ... ImuU a acarf eel 'r, \tale./ 's 1401J18TdULTTLhIBiI 1 Pbeae94782a.OPEN
BR. i bath carpet drap*.. Janet StorlagAmto madlataly.Parents. .
Cal St., !. treat af tb. Fla.Tbaatr GII P.O. Bon 764Kcystonei
IJtOO... ft. Mug ana, e* S 'J.4969 7I2-M9C wekeme atInterview. '
mat Thar., Da. 29, Saturday. A.M.
call 496-29S2. 1121Mb Helgrirt. Florid 1
Mree plea** call eailect 444-1022, Keystone Shops. Hwy. 11 -- ._ ._ : ;! \

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SHERIFF';_:-_ qdk -- -_ To RepnlrCliUreli. i ...fndo.t.<.IJJ"l"ri: ; 4 hurchiOrgan: <1"1'" a, ,1'"y,1' <. t'd*,,'u* \f.. ,1

'Notfce a Mnby .. I. NOTICE, I IN Bible Conference New, {Members_ WelcomedSunday .,..after fount_..pendin were

DoIIIht'a fieddWl, a4 edfL pfRradtofd 'i Who says Friday th* thirteenth tilled to.help repair the stained..,!,\heir\ own style of recreational I,' ''S'Wtbta-teonfertnc the night, January \Jl.: as'ye> iembeni.Auditorium .
Canty FIofIcM. mxdir t U Not the glass windows and to repair':\ CUvitlea.! Just :imagine /Bible book: of EXODUS! will those who have joined he r

r /Pursuant WJUSectlcn I ..CS. \MethodistYouthFeUowahipof the churdt'a organ that ,!. in an old rocking begin Sunday evening at 7.30tun fellowship First Baptist
; several'of the each Ettna night long In the since October was Itenovalloa' .
J Florida Statutes, notice M hereby the mace youth at the First Baptist Church : ,, tlNt I4J '
County out g"thIt" imdeiitgosd United Methodist CburcW week at worship services The Church and Church of Starke. The pastor, introduced by their deacon ,
Court of -Bx Thomas 'E. Rv.VJ; >.O5 s Box These Christian youth *fe Fellowship) officers arenStone :JUtening to music singing, Rev. Ben,P. Bryant will lead and welcomed by all the Work has almost been completed .
Qs+nY. TlorMs. bumuent, to a 1610 AlBchua"I'F1orIda. 32015, laughing the..teeth bad. 'pl'n. l1Ia; trip forlocal' you1hoJ' !jwUhching T-V. all 1\.t,: gowj 1 .4>e study on the We otMoeel members ,on. the "kfe of the
Final Judgement tar Town '- .. fggtt 1IDd : pause. 11' cakes, pies, punch Sanctuary 01 First
Ftiancet doing business under the firm luck: by Kctung pledge ...tntf'localJeitiMU ) and the\deliverance" the Coffee Baptist ?.
vCa. d/b/a Charge name of, "SPECIALTY and buslnfeute} Mountain)Aetntaj;,Georgia The pastor' the''. Rev Israelites }" from Egyptian and other delicious goodies Church. Contractors have
: Finance Co. of Bonifay, Florida, BUILDERS" 2117 ;North to pay so much par each hour dutirla.Eallter.'vacation. jlViUiam C. -Will" Wright, and bondage. The conference wilt were'JR'GVIdf'd by the men of .completely1" refinished the
and against WNIIam P, Rearms, Temple Avenue,' '. Stark. they rock continuously They* One o| the problems with other church members will be continue through Wednesday the church. Ken Bltxson was inside except for varnishing
Jr. and Betty Reames, defend Bradford County Florida 32001. plan to atari rocking at 4 p.m., small town!) living U that there at the scene all night long to evening 7p awarded the First Place and painting of some. of the
_, In the amount of 4827.00 Intends to register said fictitious I'rlday'January' 13..andl'OCk' la ..no planned recreation see ,that everybody rocks .m. Monsessionshru! ribbon for the second year In a pews .
together' with costs of collec for and this officially, and to official lmultaneogusconferences I. f- a
name* under the ,provisions of 24 hours without stopping program youth' keep Wednesday. row wltb- his bakery delight
eon ,aforesaid statute, They have pledges and Dt' -' ChurchYouth.Group hopes to records of each rockers participation. will be held for all New members of the churchare Other work on the outside of
f Have wised and have kt my Thomas E. Ryan owner. mlses exceeding (300. If they show that today a young The youth's enthusiasm age groups,' The public is introduced and recognized the educational repainting
., possession the following Dated this 8th day of January rock 24 hour, and they hope |o people can get publicity with Is really up for this cordially Invited to attend. 'each quarter by a special get the buildings ia to

wH descrbod: .,personal' property to A.D. 1978 at S.-. .'.f1orIda.. get more The money will be Good) Newa and Implement event advises Rev. Wright. I together In their honor This begin soon. :
;J1970 Ford 4 door Sedan. t/5 <4tpdtlfO'( ji1" j
-I.D., No. ON51M33004A : -- :"':' -, : -:---_.. Gospel Businessmen To IlearlSative Ilodesian Evangelist SERVICEMEN ''' + > III

NOTICE OF) INTENTIONTO 1'" ;,,-' 1 '. :..,,*
the property of the above REGISTER Don ,,>lormand) a native made by calling Ed3; "by 7 pm. Friday Persons 'N\ I
named defendant and that on FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant Rodesian Evangelist will be Longnecker -in 'r Keystones( unable to attend the dinnerare Wilson Completes military Skills, Including first He \Is' a 1975 graduate of
Monday the Oth day of to Section HOC.09, the guest speaker at the' Heights at 473-2702 or Norm Invited to the fellowship Basic Training aid, rule marksmanship and Nurnberg (Germany) .
February. 1978 at twelve o'clock Florida Statutes notice la hereby Starke Chapter of the Full Rivera in Melroae at 475-1876 portion starting at 7 p.m. Marine Private Yarnell close order drill. Teamworkand American High School. .

Noon on said day orf the given that the undersigned Gospel Businewmen's' i. Wilson Jr., son of Mr. and self discipline were His wife Margaret Is with
premises the Bradford County' David L. Hughes P.O. Box 627 Fellowship Dinner Saturday. '. "!""I\\II"\\ Mrs. Yarnell Wilson of Route emphasized throughout the him at the fort.CooperToAddrei, ,
Jai Yard, I win offer for sale. and' Keystone Heights, Florida, January 14. 8 p.m. ,at the, >, Or.." 'wile.' I, Box 114 Brooker has training cycle. ,*f 1
sell to the highest bidder for 32656,doing business under the Starke Golf and Country Club. Methodist Youth Activities completed recruit training at He Joined the Marine Corps ,
cash hi hand the'' above described firm" name of "DAVE'S 'II'I the Marine' Corps! Recruit in August 1977.
property of said'' ELECTRIC 8 AIR CONDITIONING Normand''' has served 'God ,I u I Depot, Parris Island S.C. .

defendant to ..,1af\I" ,the'aforesaid ,' \ ," P.0. Bole' 1127- for 25 years by starting 13 new ., All are welcome to attend. During\ the lt-week training Sp4MkhaelDeSue Primitive BaptistElder
ExecuIOlf--: Keystone Heights Bradford congregations the building of by Don Denton Mrs. Ada Reddish pianist, cycle, tie learned the basics of assigned to Maryland
Ddph E. Reddish, Sheriff County. Florida, 32666, friends four new church buildings and Youth Director met with the youth last Thursday battlefield survival lie was Ft Goerge G. Meade Md.
Bradford County. Florida to register said fictitious name by winning thousands into evening where an evening introduced to the typical dally Jan. 4-Specialtst Four Norman Cooper. will
1112chg 2/2 under the provisions aforesaid God'a Kingdom. His work has '- of sinning was en loved. routine that he will experience Michael L. DeSue. soninlawof be the guest preacher at Union

..rr1i.rINVITATiON statute been responsible for five) new during his enlistment and John Perking, 917 Brownlee Primitive Baptist Church on
TO BID David L.1: Hughes owner. full-time ministers Kodesla. "Ye Are My Disciples": will Last Sunday evening Mrs. studied] the personal and St., Starke recently was Morgan Road Saturday and
The board of County Com- Dated this 12th day of Don testifies to a healing of his be the theme for the Sunday Nancy Roberts and daughter, professional standards traditionally assigned al' a military Sunday January 14. 15.:
rmaionera of Bradford County, January. A.D. 1978. at StarkeFlorida. paralyzed body and of God morning worship service at Brenda served a spaghetti exhibited by Marines. with the 519th
Florida will receive seated bids, saving his family from death the First United Methodist upper to the MYF after Wilson participated in an !Military Police Battalion at Elder Cooper from Gonzalez -

.until 10 a.m. Monday, February 1112 4tpd 22NOTICE by native bush people. Church which will be conducted which the youth made plans active physclal conditioning Kt. George G. Meade, Md. Texas will preach the
6, 1378 for: --- Reservations are required by the Methodist and rehearsed the worship program and gained Spec DeSue entered the Saturday night service 7 p.m.
One VAL 13 B; VAL-2 4'x6 for the dinner and ,,may be Youth. program for Sunday's service, proficiency In variety of Army In 1973. and the Sunday Service.
applicator and TC-2 Temperature
.controller 48"\ HSRA.'. TO REGISTER
84" long 64" WIde..3'9", high. Pursuant to Section 806.09
Florida Statutes, notice I. 'hereby ;

60 ampere service or ':2301
volt single phase, 60 cycle given that undersigned : .H.v Ever hiyou M:.
'power supply. John W. Dukes, P.o. Box 205, ) ;
Starke Florida 32091 doing
: : Approximately 4 4r
bus"under" the firm
name of
42.eigne, 24" x 24"

hour.And Individual' price on each per 21/2"301 QUICK-STOP miles South Starke" U.S., Brad-301 'deed To Set Up Your Book .

ford County. Florida, 32091,
Post Sign Materials etc. that c .
intends to register said fictitious
meets all Federal and State
name under the provisions of
Regulations aforesaid statute : ,
GIlbert S. Brown. ir 1978 :
Clerk to the Board John W. Dukes, owner. .
Dated this 12th day of
t/1221chg 1/19
January A.D. 1978 at Stake
-------------- Florida. .

CALLFOR BIDS 1/12 4tpd 2/2 t.

: ------------- PokKeeping
Seeled bids will be received: at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Dan- l

the County Court House, BRADFORD COUNTY .
'County Commissioners Room FLORIDA PROBATE DMSION Stock
: No. 129. Starke Florida at 11:00: File Number 787CPO2766)IN ) ,Systvmm 1
a.m. on the 26th day of January RE: ESTATE OF '
1978, for the demolition or Gladys H. Christy Deceased
S I removal of buildings and other Ledger ShBttts

!l improvements on Section NOTICE OF
.28507-2601.( The Improvements ADMINISTRATIONTO
s are located within the proposed ALL PERSONS HAVING 'Plu..WIEver
'f right of 'MIToof Crawford Settlement CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ;

'. Road, Bradford County. AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE I ....
No bid will be considered unless INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: .'. ',Ii" ..Xau 'jt :: ,.

- .I I It is submitted on the Official z .?,,YOU ARE\ HEREBY NOTIFIED ..j IJ..I .lJAJ..t: "' "'Ip.tl"" l 4UlehrM '
r -proposal form provided by1 thai dtllrt 12tI"wfmlalftml[ l l'l ,jCf' UW :
S *f: a.d'" estate- of Gladys: exHaJerv. .
Such proposal m Information ; deceased. File Number 78-7- W Have 3 National Cash Registers

( regarding this Cal for CPI1-27S6I. ia pending In the .

Bios or Inspection of the Circuit Court for Bradford Wjth Eight .
t buildings may be obtained from County Florida, Probate Separate Departments

R.H. Johnson District Administrator Division the address of which ia I'. ..' Hn,
i Property Management Starke Bradford County I 1
1. Section, Florida Department Florida. Perfect ForASmallrBusinessGood

of Transportation Lake The personal representative of .
} City. Florida the estate is Marion S. \,'" "

Harrington and William U .
i Each bid must be accompanied : Harrington whose address la 98 '

by a Cashier's Check: Fairway Dr., Ormond Beach Working .:."r':
or other noncancellable Instalment ..
Fla. and P.O. Box 942. Keystone '' ''
In the amount of $100 Heights F... ., respectively. The I; ."
Condition ? 200Calendater
for one Item or .50 each for twoor name and address of th. personal I ................... ......... :.. '
items to, but not to ,
more up repreaentatlve's. !
exceed 1000. This deposit Is a set forth below. As Is .- wli re Is'( \ ...
gurantee that the bidder If AH parsons having claims or : '. ;. \ ,
successful will enter Into a ,
demands against the estate are
written contract (In keeping with ; .
the terms of hie proposal. required ... \
.... 2521- 8 x 3H" weekly
Deposits by unsuccessful -
I format with half hour Desk Calendars I
bidders will be returned THIS NOTICE, to file with the : appointments Tabbed address

Immediately following clerk of the above court a 1170.0 17 x 22", 12-month desk pad calendar. Refutable : section. Non-reflll- Style 21 Page size 4Vi x 8". Black green walnut Ian\and
determination of successful written statement of any claim Golden elk vinyl corners. printed in gold and black. $2.70. : able covers In black blue, silver, gray bases with woodgrain panels. Shown with rew
bidders. or demand they may have. Each 1010.0 a x 10wall planner. 120. 4 : burgundy or saddle S3.00.mi Style 21 StortrayTM. available In black and walnut \
claim must be k>,writing and 1012-0 11 x 17" wall planner. S1.6S. L ? : Refill, $2.30; Base 12.35; Stortrsy $2. 5.
The Department reserves the must Indicate the basis for the 1014-0 Ie x 25" wall planner. $3.75. : Style 19 Similar to Style 17 and 21 page size 3 x 3tt", .
right to reject' any or all bids and claim the name and address of 1212-0 11 x elk*. ift-months September through Decem Bases avelll'blein all Success colors with woodgrain panels.
to waive technical errors as may Refill' $1.00; Base $1.75. :
of his
the or
agent ber. For notebook or wall use. .10.
} be deemed best for the Interestof attorney and the .mount ,, of, ," Style 85 Page size 5 x 8". Black green walnut tan and

the State.PROPERTY. damned, If the claim is not yet ._......................,...... ......----Ja:: "IIIIIIIf e ,-, ;:. : silver gray bases with woodgrain,walnut panel.' Shown on Style 89Stortray.
due, the date when it win bacon ; ; ; '. ; :: available In black and
.. : .. $2.1 Si Slortray $2.00,
MANAGEMENT ., ::1:1" 11.11I112.20;
*, due shaH be stated. If the '
.: SECTION claim is contingent or un : .1Ijt' "H'- i sr: .. .Y r,< :': Style 84 Page Size 4 x 6V.". Bases In all Success colors,

RIGHT OF WAY liquidated the nature of the .. I. .. .. ". '1 r .!,'!r .t "'''i- :\: b''',' '" with woodgrainp.nel... Refill $2.00; Base $1.iS.

DIVISIONFLORIDA uncertainty shall be stated. If the ''' ........ .1 '. ,.. ,..::1> ;. ,!tr.;!' : : : a
.. .. .. .. ..
DEPARTMENTOF ia secured the '" .N ;'liW! ','I" ::1:.
daim security ., ;1< 7 tt"i; ) '' '
TRANSPORTATION. shaH be described The claimant : .T.fiN.! ; : 1"' %. ::1: ;;

': 1. aha deliver sufficient copies of 1't. : :
1(122tchg/ 1/19./ < the claim to the clerk to enable e' /In, lIl IU y/r0 1J1 : :
_. n .r
... r.
-------- -- mail ..; T .
the dark to one copy to ,". .>- J'
,a 'b'61" a .* a iNMNHdlIN4H/NN/Nn1aHh :: : '
i iN'ni CIRCUIT COURT each personal representative. ,.. ... ..J13,4,, 'JI.,. :1. I t J tt:
Interested In the ., ." + .j 1k ; !11"
EIGHTH CIRCUIT COURT OF persons .......,. "' ..1i: '.:.trl' .... %
estate to whom a copy of this {, -,# ,::0: .{4 .t;, ." jIt .w : I'zr
Notice 'of Administration/ has I ,.. ..... .. a.G'
bean mailed are required, : ; ., 01'." ......; : ,. .
i' It "t
CIVIL ACTION', FROM THE '''DATE OF THE ..f.. n r to r n. .: :. : ..Jill:< r :
In F.GUSSON. -- -- ----
reThe of LARRY
: Marriage FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS inn I i .. ItJ M' .' ,",4 .' :
husband andBECKY' .
FAY. GLISSON: wife.Case theyy to. file any objections .' ** .! .', ., ... ": .... ;, I'' ,....'111"" ,
have that challenges : 1",' ;
No. 78-8 of the decedent's I I "; .
the validity j ; I : "r :"
wM,. ,ithe-qualiffcatfone; ''d the i '
'! : : : r -
NOTICE OF personal representative'' or the. :J ''< j'
Appointbooks' i
venue or Jurisdiction d.the t. '.j : '
,: ; Becky Fay Glisson, .P 0. court. : : "
Box 873. Starke, Florida All' Appointbooks printed In two I ,,
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. colors, rich,, ,gold land charcoal. .' t ; A 1d" "'
| "
-I't'4' .
an action for Dissolution of .. n .. ..... ..
: FILED WILL BE FOREVER '2371-4T W. x'W wallet ._". .. :-" x, ,
Ityle.II' l
Marriage has been filed against 1iW. 13'' >
: you BECKY FAY GLISSON and BARRED. e"scat. I: weekly layouh'wltfJ: : memo pad, ., :.-; '. aMI I
t "
of the first publication of Raflllable'.coverr: 'In black, blue :: 2901.0 11 x 8W. Large 2squares.. with telephone
required to serve a copy
you are
of this Notice of Administration. : burgtWly.Ocordov n. $ S3.0Q.' _n i Index. Non-reflllabla covert-In black,.. blue aaddla or
written def.I any'to
your January 12.,1978., J", i ,2Ttt6V4 x 3Vi" /monthly wallet :: hurg'ndy.'; : $3.00. nnv4
it, on the plaintiff attorney.whose I r 'I I
MS. Harrington 'style Nonferefillabla ,
''la r J pocket calendar tabbed addreaa ::: 12841-0 ProflaaionslapPolnlmeniBock' 11 x 8VV :
,, and I address '
name t.: Harrington : section, pad'and' I' ,.
WIlliam ( memo :: lue,'s.ddleaburgundy.$1.76.
DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq.: .is''+r.w/. ." ( covers. Mj'
As Personal Representative ** seperat* monthly calendar Refillable / -* h "- 1D.o.."", ". _. 1
Pierce ft Hardy. P.A. the &tate of Gladys H. Christy., covers In black, blueJ{cordovan ." -_. -,-'- e

P.O. Drawer 1030' Deceased,. '.> t l or.burgundy, ,J 4 (3.75.;" vnl, "Jh .1'" '. ,, 't'"
Star$ e,'Florida '32091 .. .., ...n r '.7 I -

and jftle'!' the. "olglr1lll.W1ttI.. the ATTORNEY .FOR PERSONAL j, j ?. ., ... 4' f'r { :'i
clerk of,tha above styled\ care REPRESENTATIVe: ''! I J. THEOFFICE .I ,
.. : ,.. -
13th. "' 4 "t tjrt ,
on ,or, before,.February '' Dudley P. Hardy n ,t.qs ,. '"! :
1978 r < < tat .L j ."Mw1n. 'r NrfY.
: otherwise I judgement
P.O. Drawer 1030 U "'. ," '
for i1"\t"\ *v.I. "Wr ( ,
may entered against you\ Starf tie relief demanded (rt the 964-6701 I I.vlQlse"? .(M"ff/ "" I
: SH"r
Telephone r
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ccrripleint:I or'potion. I |W h J iii K- ,1) :
WITNESS my hind.and the :' 1/12 2tta. i19ClnysIfied. I' (t' "".,.., .. ..Jt ., ,- i .

I seal of_r: ''P,Court rj Ja/iusry'"' 9.As .I .. .::, :: :I Jti. : ; /; ; ': ,:: ).

GlL8 gt,113dov; I t 964-5764 Starke, Fja '
I dark of Mid Court 2,1 \ 'j"'t"1': ,
'i i By: Beuler. M. Moody. As Bring! ,:KIc. ulf3 .. ._wars....; ,.1 .. ', .:
LDepuiy OariU -- i. ''! --:''-

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