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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; s : Hampton Mayor Arthur Bruno spent almost 24 hours

a 60 day sentence in the Bradford County Jail earlier this week
@ contempt of court for failing to abide by a court decision to
the( Hampton Water system up to Department of Environ
Regulation standards before agreeing to the sale of the

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k Judge Wayne Carlisle,after three hours testimony Monday
ft. had Bruno escorted from the hearing room to the Jail
pie understanding Bruno would be released if he purged
of the contempt charge at any time if he In good faith
1. compliance with the DEn order and presented those "
to the court for its approval as to whether proper effort Is I

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pton attorney Richard,, the DER order to provide continuous '
*said he was called to the chlorination 'of the r
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U by .Bruno's attorney water system and maintain
," Watson a couplo of adequate pressure
A Close-Up Look At Blue Angel after Bruno was taken Owens and Bradford County
.\ and asked to pick up sanitarian Darrell O'Neal Hampton Water Company owner Arthur Bra*. confers with
Bradford High School students are shown a replica of the Whitney J-52 engine, and has a agreement papers testified to the low pressure. hit attorney WIlliam Watson III Just after being H..eell.y
Navy's Blue Angel Plight Demonstration Team aircraft on can fly at 630 mph.. The e -4 can by Bruno. These failure to maintain the Judge Wayne Carlisle to W days 'In county tail for eeatesna of
display at the high school Monday, Jan. 16. mm guns, and an assortment of were presented to the chlorinator, and bacteria in court for failure to comply with the Court's 1975 ...cle..leh.
The Navy A-4 Jet Is a single seat lightweight attack aircraft The Blue Angels were formed council in a special the system. Kidder also calledon ordered Bruno to comply:with" the order to .lmpro.e.'IIe' ,, I','
with a wing ipan of 27 feet Inches. It I IllS feet Inches from the demonstrations were Tuesday afternoon. Mayor William Summersas Hampton water system Issued by the Department of Environmental -
ground to the lop of the tall and has,an overall length of 43 feet War, but resumed In 1962: using r|,council ,unanimously well as some of the council Regulations.
I Inches. Chief Petty Officer Bo ved acceptance of the members present as to what
The aircraft is powered by high performance Pratt_ and the jet. The same terms experience they had with the
to in December, that city water.None said they had Council Gives
refused to sign. ever gotten sick from the

Unemployment Rate WeSty and DER general water.possibly Summers had gotten said"Green he

el Vance Kidder pre Apple Quickstep" from
the signed papers to drinking the water.
Carlisle, present Go-Ahead On
In Bradford County Bruno testified he had asked
DurlngF'OurthQuarter a murder trial, and Bruno the council for a rate increaseto
released on the judges improve the water system,
just before 8 p.m. but failed to get It. lie said he

- t 'ilkawlog.a::.nat4psettrend'.//iJIui1em'D'nwment.. : .rate.e wqe. "fcWed sa "good'news forjba; r. ''''' ..J then 14 4970 asked fop the a committment council on Dec for lY.G jf.y; l! I k
cuuncileyas r.i ,
radford County'sn.1+MarcfuyiUt: 4.6 percent: > "'lroun "" he.r.abGr"Depart. hlftWton S rate) Increase) so he could' ,, :: ,.>
employment In November Department of ."te plans 10 repair the "
rate) dropped ment report Jan. 11 that the checks.'p borrow the money to improvethe ''
during the last quarter of 1977 Commerce statistics say the December jobless rate fell to in' the system Wed system, but the council The Starke City Council Morgan roughly ntlmatei the(
from a high of 6.7 percent In labor force In Bradford 6.4 percent, Its lowest level in : morning and to meet turned him down. gave the go-ahead to architect cost at $220,000.
January to 4.8 percent. County numbered 7,422. Out of more than three years. DER representatives Don R. Morgan to continue his He will continue his work by
the labor force 357 were unemployed Owens and an engineer Council chairman Ted work on the new city hall. drawing up specifications for
Figures released by the The half a percentage point the building that the council
for a rate of 4.8 Sverdrup and Parcel Curtis testified the council
decline from November's discussed his latest
Florida 6.9 Morgan
Department of Commerce begin to make financial
percent. morning to begin wanted Bruno to make the may
level broke with the council at Its
show the November percent an eight- plans
Statewide the jobless rate of and long range plans. improvements first and then arrangements.
unemployment rate,' the latest 6.4 percent in November saw month pattern that has seen said the immediate they would have given him regular meeting Tuesday The council also agreed to
the unemployment rate night. Calling his. design a
available in Bradford County the Florida Municipal
224.619 workers idled out of a would be adequate every consideration for a rate join
fell to 4.8 percent, from 5.0 bounce between 6.9 percentand "good structural building"Morgan Utilities Association an
total state labor force numbering of the system, a Increase above the 5 percent
percent in October and the 6.7 3,547,174. 7.1 percent.Unemployment. up pump, and to locate annual inflation rate. said It was ideal for agency that studies statewide
percent high In January. In Bradford the stood at 7.3 leaks in the main and plug future flexibility, should the electricity. Joining the association
County
.
percent when Carter took Bruno testified he had Investigated council decide to expand In would enable utility
Statewide the unemployment unemployment rate flucuated office last January and the ad- up. ways to improvethe years to come. companies to sell excess elec-
rate In November was from the January 6.7 percent ministration set a goal of reducing \ residents had system to comply with the
to other cities who
The plan calls for 60 foot trlcty may
a
February, 5.1 March.
6.4 percent, down i from 6.5 high; ; joblessness to 6ft without water for 60 DEn order before approaching
in October. 4.6. April 5.4, May 5.0. June by 120 foot building, which Is need It. Commissioner
percent Nationally
percent by the end of the year. earlier In the month. the council and the is Charles Schaefer estimatedthe
in November the rate was 6.9 5.3; July 5.7; August, 52.: The Labor Department saida of the system have necessary work would have 7,335 square feet. That size !
cost of joining the at
percent, down from 7.0 percent September, 5.5; October, 5.0, record 58 percent of the ,' low water cost about $15.000. Bruno was approximately twice as big as $3.000. group
the Starke Public
November Library.
and 4.8.
in October. population was working last sure often made filling a unable to produce any docu
In other action the coucnil
Only other month in Bradford Nationally President Carter month. Over the year, em- tub or washing machine ments related to the Improvement :
County with a better two hour Job. Council as asked for by Kidder, LegislativeHearing -Was told by Police Chief
said water running Bruno said he was unable to Jimmy Bowen that 1977 was
SFCC the streets is caused by secure money to Improve the the first year since 1969 that
: Fulltime pipes often patched system except from the SetJanuary there had not been a traffic
Inner. tubes or burlap revenue generated by that fatality inside the city limits.

I system.Carlisle. -Voted to build a storage
the water questioned Bruno 30 facility for the No. 3 fire
To In//: system
Assigned the town the about his finances and was engine on Madison Street.
gives oppor
for told by Bruno he owned a The annual legislative dele- Commissioner Vernon Silcox

... u __ uu ___ not to available apply to a a grant private or grocery store in Hampton, gation will hold a public estimated the cost of the
;.'-" .. .Tzr.-:: V Dr. Bernard J. McFaddenhas said Welty. He several unimproved lots, hearing Monday Jan. 30, at 1 facility at 13,500 saying "we
i .... been named Santa Fe ,- he had checked with some homes,and a semi-truck pm. in the Bradford County will scrounge what we can
: : Community College Coordinator Don office and that hauls vegetables along Commission meeting room in and buy the rest.Announced "
( io for Bradford County on a could Fuqua's apply for an the east coast. Bruno said he the courthouse.The a public
"'RI.-S.\T.Jan.2I,21 full time basis with office In ,! grant. was able to make a living, but delegation of Senator hearing of the legislative delegation
Bradford High School. : the system operated, in the Kenneth II. "Buddy" to be held Jan. 30 at 1
: ,- South Pacific The announcement was signing the purchase "red. On questioning from MacKay Jr, D.Ocala, p m. in the courthouse.
Dinner p,m. made by SFCC President Alan the Hampton Carlisle what happened when Sherrill "Pete" Skinner D- -Agreed to eliminateseveral
Show 7:30 p.m. Robertson at a Tuesday agreed to assume the revenue was not sufficient Lake City,. and Representative parking spaces on
Ticket $7 luncheon attended by local of the' water to pay the mortgage or Frank Williams. D- highway 301 In order to provide
964-6048 school officials, school board n Y assume the mort- repairs Bruno answered, "I 1 Starke will be available to turning lanes onto SR-
,. Sponsored by members, and Santa Fe i i of $19.462 dismiss the take it out of my pocket." answer questions. 100.
Starke Woman's Club trustees action against Bruno to In County clerk Gib Brown -Opened bids for the
"You do have something
.** the water franchise, and said one of the Items the removal of tree stumps. Sapps
"This is in line with thecollege's Carlisle
pocket,
'J outreach effort to : an outstanding utility bill' your retorted county commissioners will Tree Surgeons had the) lowest
Sal.Jan .21 discuss with the delegation Is bid for removing 39 tree
Its said
of although
realize the full potential The judge
for
counties must
that
pay at $10 a stump.
stumps
services to all of Alachua and entitled to a profitit
Bruno was
was to keep the ac
Benefit Road Block guaranteedanlwhen Indigent health services at -Opened bids for a 2-ton
Bradford Counties said Dr.
For Steve Murphy receivable and was not regional hospitals or have the truck for use in the Street
Tal Mullis SFCC vice president he went into the water
: US-301 SK-IOO up to Jan. 1. Bruno bill taken from their state Department. Gordon
for student development, to turn over to the city the buslnes it was "caveat emp- revenue sharing money. Thompson Chevrolet had the
McFadden who resides lots on the mortgage, and tor," let the buyer beware. The 1977 Florida Health lowest bid of $7.314.19.

: ThuradayJan.26 with his family in Keystone the real and personal Care Responsibility Act -Voted to increase the
"As long as can keep it
that belong to .the you
.
Heights[ ,will have office hours wired together, it may or may placed the ultimate financial penalty for utilities turned off
: BC Hospital Bd. from 8 a.m, to 3 p.m. daily, system. not produce water at the obligation for medical treatment for non-payment from$5 to$10
77 pm.Saturday. with a direct telephone line to were the same terms consumers end," said of an indigent patient on. for an after-hours turn-on.
provide Information to the county in which the patient Mayor Epps added that "steps
"You
to by both Bruno and Carlisle. are not going to
SFCC trustee Andrew.
Guy ( ) lives. be taken to that
must
current and potential studentsand ''council in December operate the water system in see no
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MtKadden to his
new I
.Jan. 28; their families. President Alan Robertson. negotiations broke Hampton to the detriment' of one freezes In this city" if
had been
McFadden said he would Bruno had asked the the general health of the users Walk-A-Thon their electricity cut
Chamber off
Commerce Annual spend the first few weeks of torate from the University of to pay his attorney of the system" the judge
Banquet
his new assignment in Rome.In of $975 and retain two of added.
't' .6:30 p.m. learning how the Bradford four lots that belong to the "You leave me no alter- Set March 11 Russell Green
area can be better Introducing McFadden ,system:
but the I
serve native to use only The annual March of Dimes
by Santa Fe In this Dr. Robinson said his assignment -
n, Monday,Jan. 30 connection, he has moved the here would be a step Bruno signing the papers means the court has to assure Walk-A-Thon has been set for Home Burns
Rearing site for SFCC classes from water system was not put 'compliance with the DER Saturday,March II, said walk
.L Starke Elementary School to receivership. Carlisle had Improvement order. You have chairman George Loper Members of the Bradford
!i p; 1 p.m. Courthouse Bradford High School. Arrested For Kidder to begin in- failed on one hand and refused The route has been set County Volunteer fire Depart.
Man\
of the other to forth to
the possibility 'on come tentatively as the same as last ment r.nsweredthree calls
a receiver for the show why you have not .
said Loper. Saturday afternoon that, In
.1 Before joining Santa Fe as A trl-county: Investigation year
with the order.
complied
Tunday.Jan.31 In the Interim still under
company The 10 mile route.begins at investigation
Instructor in humanities In ended In the arrest of Starke
an a control of the system. There is no law that says If the the Bradford County Courthouse Chief Harry Green said the.
1972 Dr. McFadden waschaplain for the theft of over 300
man
BC Zoning Bd system won't pay for Itself youdon"
1 proceeds to SR-100 department answered calls to.
at Florida State 2x4 boards from Gillrnan judge said In that case "
7:3op.m. have tp repair it" said
'v west, down Edwards Road the Russell Green home In
and also served In in
C University, Paper Company Clay revenues to the system ,Carlisle,
break the National Brooker a call to the David
wltn a at
that capacity at the Florida .. County be used to Install proper .
c.-w. I Correctional Institution. Hayward Nelson, 28, was equipment and He added Bruno failed to Guard Armory Fender home at Hampton
Following these positions, he arrested Saturday; Jan. 14 -repairs to Insure ade provide the court with any If rain cancels the March 11 Lake and a call to an
m IQommuntty) (!! served as chaplain at the and charged with grand water supply under good and sufficient reason walk it will be rescheduled: for abandoned house on Sft.100.
*: fctatr SankmurM University of South Florida larceny, The board were supervision. why he failed to comply with April 8. said Loper. Details were unavailable from'
and the University of Florida. valued at an excess of $300. sale agreement the the court order since he did Pledges will be secured by Chief Green at press time, butit
A priest for .eight years at Bradford County Deputy of Hampton terminates a 'not furnish any statements regarding ,the walken and the money was learned the Russell,,
i Acea..,...Now. U( Josephine Seminary in Don Denton, Union County order handed down by his Income or debts, raised win be used toward Green house and barn burned'
n...._.VImvrMM Worthington Dr. Lieutenant Larry Cochran Benjamin Tench in and therefore was judged to March: of Dimes programs in1 There was not much damage
I ,."", ...0._"1 Or*. McFadden! Ohio doc- and Clay County investigator of 1976 to comply with be in contempt of court. Bradford County.. to the Fender home.

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I Board MeetingThe ,. ,

officers and committee (;1..1!. m..t! s..w ly 1/1o., 964.7'08 t 1

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chairmen of the Bradford- ... I
Union Teachers Assoc. held a

Georgia board meeting Watson at the home and of Alpha Gamma HomemakersHaveQuilling I

Katherine Epperson, from 10 '
..m. noon, Thursday. Jan. Has SquareDance

12.MrS.. Leona Ryals presi Program DemonstrationMrs. r
dent presided over the M
The committee TM Strawberry Swingers
meeting. Mattie MUey gave a ,
chairmen gave reports and gave a square dancing on-tOWUIq" *
plans for the coming: year I demonstration at the meeting demonstration .Jan. 12
the Thursday
at
of
Gamma Chapter
made. of Alpha
were Bradford
Lori MlUel
of the
the will Delta Kappa at its meeting
Next month, group( Alpha Homemakers Chit
Homassassa Springs for monthly meeting last week at County
LoriMitzel, lunch and a boat trip. In Sonya Tenly the Episcopal Parish House. which met at 10 a m.. In UK ,
meets President Gladys Thomas Agriculture Buildlnc.Memben ,
March when the group
Curtis BrooksEngagement again In Lake Butter, they will Sonya Tenly presided. Eunice: Searing In attending expressed a workshop an Interest j4
devotional
have a covered: dish luncheon gave an Inaprlrtng
Told and will see a very informative C.A.Baldree, Jr. on "A Wish for the New on quilling. Blanchard
Mrs. Arthurine :
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film on "Why Wills are Year.
2 was welcomed of Lawtey was elected ai
Wed June Joann Brlerton
Mr. and Mrs DuaneL.. Necessary theboard To into Alpha Gamma L. second vice-president to fill
Mitzel of Starke announce the Preceding In the unexpired term of Mrs
engagement of their daughter- meeting, Mrs. Watson and Mr and Mrs.Sonny Tenly of from a sister sorority Jerry Tripp who Is moving _
Lori Lynn, to Curtis Randall Miss Epperson served miniature Starke announce: the Illinois. Donna Harris from the county.
Intro soon
Brooks, son of Mr and Mr*. donuts, sausage biscuits, engagement and approaching: The program was Whitehead The club meets the second L
Ollie Williamson Hampton. small ham sandwiches, and marriage of their daughter, duced by Eugenia ThuradayolnerymonthJanuary .,.
Wedding date has been set coffee.: The 12 officers and Sonya Lynn, to Charles Anderson who presented Jim Duncan. Donna .HarrisMarshall through May and "
committee chairmen: present ,Jr., of Mr. president of thtf Strawberry Mr. and Mrs. r
for April 7 at the home of Mr. Baldree son then disbands during the Jerry Boldrn
themselves Mr. Duncan: gave a Warden
MiUel. enjoyed and Mrs. C.A. Baldree, Sr. of Swingers.
and Mrs. summer months of June July: "
All friends and relatives are thoroughly. Theressa. short presentation on square It then resume and Mrs Bolden J Jl
of and August. Mr. Jerry .
invited.to attend. The association: will hold Miss Tenly will graduate- dancing. Then a square demonstrated Engagement Told meetings again In September. /
their regular( monthly meetingat from Bradford High School in Strawberry Swingers
One of the club's most important "
Fashion Show the Methodist Educational: June 1978 square dancing to the Russell C. functions: whelping Celebrate 59th Anniversary J
and Mrs.
Building, in Starke, at 11:*) Baldree graduatedfrom group. Those members were Rev. ... ,
Mr.
Harris of Starke announce the out at the Bradford County; :: J!
Jan. 19. A Jack and Betty Flynn Larry
a.m., Thursday BUS In 1975 and Is employed
Set March 2 covered dish luncheon: is at DuPont E.I and Carol Kroner, Bobby and engagement of their daughter- Fair every year. Mr.and Mrs.Jerry Bolden son, Jerry Bolden, Jr., and' i L
& Co., Inc Mary Agnes Ferguson, and Donna Marie, to Marshall Visitors and new membersare celebrated their 59th anniversary family of San Jose, Calif/'J'r
planned.
UeNcmours Warden, of Mr. and Mrs always) welcome: US the unable to attend. ",':
The annual Spring Fashion The Wedding date has been Jim and Sandra Duncan.: son Thursday,Jan. 12, were .
---------- Warden of Lumberton, and of the workshops dinner table waa'U'
Show sponsored by the Junior --- net for June 2 at the First Delicious refreshmentswere Sid meetings any at a family dinner at their The
has hostesses Miss. whatever their religion with a white lace: *1' *'
Woman's Club of Starke Church: in Starke served by home In Melrose. covered
been set for Thursday. March: Mrs L.N. Pickering has re Baptist All friends and relatives are Lucille: Johns Verna Schmidt. Miss Harris Is a mid-term race or creed. to celebrate the cloth over red linen and .'' 'I
2. at 7:30: p.m. turned from two months visit invited to attend. and Eunice Searing: graduate of Bradford High occasion: were their children: centered with a poinsettia'" "
A elti! dinner at 6:30 with friends and relatives in School. Mr. and Mrs George Bolden arrangement HIJ-M:
spa
m. will precede the fashion Miss.. Ark.. La., and Texas.. Flea Market Mr. Warden is a 1976 Esther Carter, and son. Donnle, of Melrose, Mr. and Mrs. Bolden were fit; "
p Sarah Fulgham graduate of Poplarvllle High in "
show. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bolden married Jan. 12, 1919
J Termed A School and will be a 1978graduate John R. Hall and son, Tom, of In- Hazelhurst, Ga. and have"1':'I :!\'
Slater Celebrates of Pearl River terlochen, Mr. and Mrs. lived in Opalocka and Flora "
Dwight College of Poplarville. Miss. Wed January 14 X.M. Smith and daughter, Home before settling in""* :!a
Club Success He Is now employed with Another Melrose six ago. *
Tern of Starke. years
Food & Scat BirthdayMr Wagners Lumberton. Industries of Mrs. Esther Carter of .......

Charles Cecelia Terwlllegar, financial A May wedding Is planned. Lawtey and John R. (Bobby)
Open U.S. 301. and Mrs. chairman of the Starke Hall of Lake Geneva were w1
7 A.M. a 12 P.M. a. Walnut Sl Schmilt; gave a birthday Woman's Club, declared the'Flea united In marriage Saturday
dinner Sunday, Jan 15.for her Market" held Jan. 14 a Hosp. AuxiliaryTo Jan. 14, In FolksieR Ga.
BUSCHANTIFREEZE mother Mrs Sarah Kulgham. fabulous success. The couple: is residing in his

ALL WEATHER BEER The dinner enjoyed by the 20 More than $450 was realized Meet Jan. 23 home between Lake Geneva
guests included five of Mrs. from the efforts of her committee and Melrose.

t 99 12 0s. Bolli.. II PI t<,19star. Kulgham's nine children and Lex: Mrs.Green Mac, Mrs Baldwin Bill The Bradford County

Gal .. Tu II D... _. her grandchildren Wilson Mrs. Mrs. James Houck: Hospital Auxiliary will hold Patricia Kohn,
Whiffen, Mrs their supper and general
FLA. ORANGE A BORDEN'S After dinner the grandchildren Jess Mrs. Wayne Wolbert- Mrs J.E meeting Monday, Jan. 23, at 7 Levy McCloud

GRAPEFRUIT WIN 14ILK5th sang "Happy Birth- Hardy,Mrs Betty Young,'and pm. at the Methodist
and presented Hall with the .
iay. Granny" more. Fellowship To Wed Jan 28
her with cake and ice cream.: many Candy Stripers as hostesses.The i
I
About 30 people were
ttS9 Gal. tl49 ind many useful gifts. at the door of the Candy Stripers will be
waiting
Mrs.. Robert
assisted by Mrs. Frank Mr. and
DeVane Store on Call
Eagle and Mrs of Middleburg an-
St. Saturday morning for the Shirley, sponsor Stewart
and
Doris Overstreet. nounce: the engagement
A fur
Market" to
"Flea open. marriage of their
coat was purchased: for$5 and approaching
to
daughter, Patricia: Kohn.
other bargains attracted McCloud. grandson of 14 P

we cotddsellyou this pros antique dealers and flea novices.'The market. 2 JYX ", Mrs.Levy Rebana Clark of Starke.
The manta e whOpe an
response''' and !tinecoopuaU"ooflalM'nemt.tuaf,II n.. Col. an4 ,) m. 1 O J

nd.lS Slll'f j jx '113:30.: Gt' it"f l. U f lli
the Starlet! MtoskduChtlsarM!1000 .
':1JII ON i: enthWaAtAJ aandnuheaiteniwhelming Nf' ri : lj v'Wf .lx ta H\l' A.pw.' *A rdrJj 1th.I.; >.
,ier moe r.McKnlght reception following also in the
Mrs. Terwillegar'
weeks.They
for two church.Mr. .
*, :: :
proudly stated. of the week at McCloud graduated
the first
and Value alonebutwewoift. Another-Flea Market"' to spent Disney World. from R.J E. High School in
location
on Beauty be held in the same 1967.

Feb. 11, at the EagleDeVaneStore. Mrs.Kohn graduated In 1965
All members and
because friends are requested once Mrs. James Barron spent from DonBar High School in
... more to clean out attics: and the weekend visiting Mr. and Green Cove Springs.All .
and relatives are
trade "trash" for Mrs Polo Lacayo in Tallahassee friends
attend the weddingand
invited- to
\vewant "treasures reception. :

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3i&2p TXz Mrs.'W.F. Herlong has had, __ tit
tting!" as, visitors Mrs. Mary Purvis ,tt
ge Gainesville over the weekend
; of "
j-Jw ;
South Pvse'ifieOsr'aii'Friday
u and Mr. and Mrs. F.V.
Herlong on Friday Mr. and .-
; *? C Mrs. Mark Herlong on Saturday Bloody Mary played by Carolyn ('anll".. counsel LI. Joe
51?' / "- JrT>*11 -tC- 1 Ma WeatherHOT and Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Cable Bill McRae) and Llat (Marion Duuglai) about love
J S> w 5 5i3 Steinmeyer on Sunday all ofIacksonvilie. during a scene from South Pacific.
Vi 5
CONSTRUCTION : The show will open'rldayJan 20,and performances are Jan. ,
21.27,Z8 and Feb. 3 and 4. The dinner-theater tickets are 17 per .*,.
i Mrs. Alice: Ingleright of person.Dinner begins at 6 p.m.and the show begins at 7:30 p.m.
Mishawaka. Ind. Is visiting Tickets can be obtained through Pat .Spen(ler, phone 94H-60IS.I, If,
SPICY COP OF Mrs. Margaret Jackson for ''ltl.1, :

several weeks.. Pennirea Hunt Celebrates 18th Birthday'.1,1.;


CHILI Cup 65c ;issy Betty, Mrs.'Anne George Phillips Flynn, Denise Jr. Mr.and Mrs. R.M.Hunt Rt. Nichols of Albany.. Ga., Mr.:' ,.r.-,'r rand

and daughter. Neva Jane 1, Starke, honored '''their Mrs Robert Itehme, Beth
with and Scott Rehme of Jack.
weekend with Mrs.lynn's daughter, Pennirae aparty '
the
spent mother. Mrs. Fred on her 18th birthday sonville,Jeff Fagm and Cindy 'i,,
Saturday evening. Jan. 7. Matthews of Halatka Miss,, .. 0",
IllIJv ((3I1I1V Field, in Tampa. The dining room table was Elizabeth Mcintyre of Orange 0'11,!

and Mrs. R.O. Dansby covered: with an ivory lace Park Robert Sanders of Key
Mr.
and Mrs. Mickey cloth: and centered: with a stone Heights Miss Robin .
(| IVJ111"| IJru(3I3( ((5 visited Dansby Capt.In Gainesville Saturday large white Cinderella style Rentz, Starke, Mrs. Gladys' ,1-.
and' .
and also visited Mrs. cake decorated: In blue and Shaw and Lisa and Mr. '
At one end of the tablea Mrs. LH. Fraser of Gaines'j,
Shiver In Baptist green.
1212 N. Temple'Starke Slnah .
Hospital on Sunday. crystal: punch bowl held ville., J, ,
strawberry punch: and at the '1011+i
other end crystal dishes held '*J.
Non-denomination School Folly Accredited By The ,mints and nuts. Assisting in DUPLICATE: BRIDGE **
An Independent serving were Misses Robin CLUB RESULTS ,,! ..I

Southern Association Of Colleges And Schools Rentz and Lisa Shaw. Eva Mathewson and Jeff irif
A gift table was decorated In Wrenshall were the winning < r>A
blue and white and centered: Memberisu
couple at the Annual
Grades 1-12
fflQM Full Sits ,149"" Ea. Pc. with a large arrangement of ship Tournament of the Duplicate
Quee1Slts<) "359" Set rainbow chrysanthemums.: : Bridge Club played -
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Regal Majesty Tw..llza
... Sin '499" Re SchoolFounded Games music and refreshments Tuesday night at the Pratt
sc. King
Day enjoyed duringthe
St. Johns( Country evening.were Street Recreation Center.Dr. .

MATTRESS FOUNDATION The honoree received a diamond and 'Mrs Jim Mine-

I intern islet: MMM MPrMMl ore I iicMM riu-d.PMI. rlt<.* 1953 necklace from. her singer were second and Mrs. ',-v

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kyDeta. .......... Review newspaper tifcow and Admit1 to. i
Galnes- Gainesville In owners ,
while and the
against\ him two airport
villa. Iowa state that Federal Court
r......MS-tlU Judge thtv
December touched off "modify" plan by taking
Stafford vUle veterinarians Stephen early
Stance, Tony Bawek William has refilled
upon Adoue. that led to the out passenger. seats and iiv
Investigation
and Victor an
Shores
SENIOR CITIZENS seeing a bag of peanuts at t a to near arguments for reduc
Wexler, who apparently arrest of the three men. The creasing wing pan so it could
feed whether of the 11 million
store ball
The Hampton Senior Inquired lion set
made many of the top decision plane, a "modified" Be cJI.: carry heavier It... Cam saidOder \
would his home Jerry Wexler
Citizens Club will hold their these grow in for of Gainesville he was not told. let what
Friday state of Iowa. The friendly! who b being held In jail In the smuggling craft Bonanza, is believe to
regular meeting on ,
the would In .the
was called last had attempted landing at (beKeystone owner put
January 20, at 2 p.m. In the farmer cave him a handful on five charges related to an operation before the statewide but plane. He was granted immunity
City Hall. Interesting project and advbed: him to give It a alleged marijuana amugl&llnll'operation year Airport was
t from
prosecutionby
e are planned for this meeting. try. So that he did upon returning that landed one load grand Jury investigation diverted by bad weather.'The Whitworth .la exchange for Information
organized crime and, gam. pilot. Inexperienced on the
The January 6th meeting of to Stacy vllle. The end of contraband at the Keystone .
tiling in.Florida. He was convicted run, then put down at Gainesville concerning the
this club was weD attendedwith result of this endeavor with a Airport in Bradford County. .
Mr.and Mrs. Mike Clark picture to prove it shows Mr. The 26-year-old Wexler. a in the Bahamas last without radio contact, operation.Stafford did'-tJudp '-not
June for Importing two tons of arousing suspicion ;
from Arizona attending Theyare Bawek with two peanut plant Gainesville collection agency
comment on hi*. decision,
and paid a $4,500 Whitworth said that Barney
with about SO each H. marijuana
former residents of this on one. owner was arrested "
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fine, according to State Attorney Cam. co-manager of the saying merely that .thU
area and visited Mrs. Evelyn still had 28 other plant December 28 and taken to ,
has
court
I nu jurisdiction
<\" Vaughan while visiting relatives equally loaded therefore,, Atachua County Jail after a Eugene Whitworth. Keystone Airport, had been hear this matter"
and friends in attracting much attention sealed, Information was filed Arc emergency ,landing at employed by the plane
Gainesville and Miami. with his successful project

,. another Officers term reelected at this meeting for SCHOOL NEWS Raiford Discusses CommunityBuildingRenovationRaiford .
: 'J
were: President Mrs. Evelyn Attendance hasnt been good
Vaughan; Vice President Bill at Hampton Elementary since
'f'',';; ,. Fontaine; Secretary and the New Year.The flu bug and Town Council then left the council table to members began to discuss we wiU save a lot of headaches
Treasurer', Mrs. Josephine colds are keeping many members met Tuesday even- retrieve the wanderers, but needed repairs In earnest. If we use one contractor."
Rev end Mr. Neeba Blake Fontaine. students home. Some have returned ing at the site of newly failed to return. Looking for They also discussed whetherto Council m.mbersworked asa
to school after being acquired town property to discus Mayor Griffla went Council- have several different re- partial listing of seeded repairs
MAYOR'S BIRTHDAY lick,then find they need a few plans and renovation man Herbie Whitten. Left at pair crew do the work orhave for the building, which
Rev. and Mrs. Noeba Blake Happy belated birthday more days of rest. We hope procedures for the community the table were Councilman one single contractor for including. fixing or" replacing\
wishes go to Mayor William everyone will soon be feeling building. Calvin Varnes and Town Clerk the entire lOb window closing' off 801M
Celebrate 50th Anniversary Summers who became up to part! Kathryn Alvarez. CouncilmanSid ,doors.,while changing tbevUe
another year older on January New students welcomed at First calling the meeting toorder Taylor was absent due to Let'* face It," Griffla said. of others, correcting the entrance -
Rev. and Mrs. Noeba Blake terspersed with white and II! He la doing a fine Job as school during the past week the members, one by working hours. "we are going to have some to the attic, changing
celebrated their golden yellow daisies. Mayor of Hampton and we are Donald Jordan from one, began ,walking around, Upon completion of the headaches fixing this placeup. the present lighting system to
wedding anniversary cake were their daughters hope he has much happiness Jacksonville In MUM Mindy closing drafty windows. window closing venture, Mrs. .We may save a few dollars flourescent: lighting and
Saturday, Jan. 7, from 1 to 4 Mrs Marcia Furnart of and good health during his remaining Seville's fourth grade class; President Joyce Norman and Norman returned to the with different contractor but removing a dividing wall.NAME .
at a reception at their Merritt Island and Mrs. years. Jenny Rhea joined Mrs. Jean Vice-President Bud Dobbs meeting area.
p.m.home on Crawford Road west Clarice Monti of Deland and a Happy Birthday also to Clark's first grade class. She started off by Inspecting! a "Just closing those windows
of Lawtey.Rev. niece Miss Becky B18ke.Punch. Councilman A.C. Dennison had attended Kindergarten window at the front. of the helps a lot," Mrs. Norman
Blake retired coffee, nuts and who observes another year on here but recently came backto building that was broken out. said.
Church of God,minister a and cookies were served. January 181! Mr. Dennison has Hampton from Tampa. Fhey went around the "All It takes Is a little
Mrs. Blake were married Among the approximately served the city faithfully for Among those celebrating ouilding one Inside, one out ingenuity," said Dobbs as he
8 In Fort 75 attending was a son, Lionel many year*, always ready to birthdays recently were: Mrs. closing and pushing window returned
1928
January Blake of Lawtey, Rev. Blake's .help those in need such as Earselene Zimmerman who panes shut as tightly as Upon ''''''''n back down at

Myers.The tea table was covered twin brother, Nobah Blake of carrying his own good well enjoyed a trip to Jacksonvilleon possible Motor J.D. Griff the metli area, council

with a lace cloth and centered Tampa, and sister, Julia May water to those who were with- January 14. Alan Caroline ON
with a Italian, Hollingsworth of Fort Myers,. out It during the recent water celebrated his 11th birthdayon 3
anniversary Suwannee Water District Seeks
pillared cake which helawedding Mrs. Blake's brother Miles system failures. January 12. Tracy Bradleyhad BRAND
bells in between the Nipper of Lawtey, and their Bill Fontaine celebrated his a party with friends to
second and third layers and families. William E. Andrew. birthday on December 29 celebrate his 7th birthday on SpaceData Using Landsat II t
with a bride and of Cochranton: Pa. drove the when hisson and family, Mr. January 13 Donnie Roberts
under topped a canopy. On top groom of the most distance. Wilma Snider and Mrs. Edward Fontaine was 7 years old on January 15. The Suwannee River Water Irrigation uses. Emphasis: will FABRICS .
canopy were silver wedding the youngest daughter called from Oxford. Conn. were Andy Frey celebrated his 8th Management District (SR- be placed on irrigation because -
hells and the figure "SO". The from her home In Fairbanks visiting. Evelyn Vaughan birthday on January 16. WMD) headquartered In it Is a major use of
cake was decorated with Alaska to wish her parents a furnished one of her delicious White Springs, will In 1978 be water for which little reliable
white icing scallops in Happy Anniversary cakes to make the event more LUNCH MENU using LANDSAT II satellite data is available.The .
festive. Monday: Hamburger on Imagery to initiate what has data collected during 25A''
&. _.___. do- Oft.L ..__. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoytof Bun, lettuce, tomato, pickle, been called, "the first major the inventory will be used for
':- Gainesville visited Mrs. french fries, fruit cup, cookie, effort In the United States to water planning in North
r. { Evelyn milk. utilize satellite imagery to Florida and will be Integrated
),,,... ..(,., They are formerly from Tuesday: Stew beef, determine irrigation water into national water use totals
,... .. Cantralia, HI. and have been mashed potatoes, turnip uses." that are being prepared by the off

friends for 30 years. greens, applesauce, cornbread Every nine days LANDSATII USGS.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester milk. ar satellite that transmits Water planners at the
Smith enjoyed reminiscing Wednesday: Pizza, tossed "images" of the earth's surface SRWMD have pointed out that I
with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon salad buttered corn, cherry passes over Bradford although it appears that there
Record of Chester, Vermont, topping on cake, milk. County at an altitude of 900 Is enough water for all present PINEHHKST
Thursday: Sausage Links uses In future years the same
who were their house guests miles. The Images are electronically -
from Friday to Sunday. They rice, tomato gravy biackeyedpeas transformed into quantity! water that is available I
,rye have been friends and worked peach half milk. photographs that reveal today must meet the GROCERY &, VARIETY
and Friday: Fish Portion, needs of more people and Increased -
together 'biany years ago roads, fields, lakes and
r" 0 will be staying In the vicinity buttered grits, carrot salad, streams with remarkable industrial and agri- 964-5587 *; STARKE : HWY 100,S* '
Y of Zephyr, Hill until April. hush puppies, apple crisp clarity. By analyzing the cultural activity. ?

Y M Images with specially
BRADFORD PEANUTSIN milk.OBITUARIES designed computer systems, I t
IOWA much can be learned about the ;
Mr and' Mrs. John Bawek '' I In
William E.Gault.Sr.70 geology, hydrology, and I
the
and reading an beat
family enjoyed Mr.William Gault,Sr. 70, vegetation of an area.
Interesting\ recentlysent died Tuesday In the St. In January, two District
theme their father
by Vincents Hospital In Jackson- employees. Kirk B. Webster
Al-w '*wlle after a brief Illness '. and Richard Ji Mumgrovej will' soaring
Wlnt/J.'t .tj; k \ Rt. 1 Box begtnpeciatlidj training androrAvarbtasefontin ; t.. : .. .
\ ...artlc'tdf1Dztllfit'/ )''iN cltttdflBStarke "T er12tMeutrretr't"Istkd.In: / Sherman?' f.AN131ATiimagery'lnterpretation ,"'
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at the
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Mississippi, Mr. Gault was retired -
from service station U.S. Department of the Interior -
work. He has lived in Lawteyfor I EROS Data Center (Earth of

the past 29: years, and is a' Resources Observation energy
member of the non System) in Sioux Falls, South
Dakota, and at the Environ
p-r60tI denom inatlonal church in
Jacksonville. ; mental Research Institute of .....-. ... ) .
Survivors Include his wife, Michigan In Ann Arbor. '
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effort 7 Wltff1H'.S' tUqH[ ;
learn about
The
Mrs. Richard Seize returned Mrs.Sue Gault of Lawtey; one to : .
Saturday after a week in daughter, Mrs. Leathd Griffisof Irrigation water use Is part of '. : ; .,;,,,1,,, ; ,, '" .;<
North Florida Regional Lawtey; one son, W..E a general water use inventory ;
ffflCIENCYCENTRAL
Gault, Jr. of Lawtey one that the SRWMD will carryout r ;;
Fund Raiser Set 2-Year-Old Hospital for facial plastic brother Mr. Curtis Gault; of in cooperation with the ." ;' .;,:..... .' :: :.'I.
surgery. ':' oJ "" :'
United States Geological ;
Farmersville. La.; one sister,
Luekemia PatientThis Thomas Allen Steele and Mrs. Pauline Turner of Survey (USGS). The USGS w.,... "WALL

Miss Tommy Ann Steele of Bolivar, Tenn; five grand- will investigate municipal, .

Saturday and Sunday who Is in ''Shanda Teaching Raiford were Tuesday and children and four great industrial water, and The thermo-SR-
electric use.
FURNACE
Jan 20 and 21. will be the Hospital in Gainesville. with Wednesday guests of Mrs. grandchildren.Funeral services. will be WMD will concentrate on
kickoff for fund drive for leukemia. W.B. Mundy.
a domestic and$47.OO
rural
livestock
Steve Murphy The only child of Mr. and held Friday at 2 p.m. in the
two-year-old Mrs. Steven Lee Murphy of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Allen Chapel of Archer-Tanner 65,000 BTU "

Morgan Road In Starke, Steveis and daughter. Amanda, of St. Funeral Home In Starke. ,..-.tap.... .pvWsJM. .e.....'

currently receiving a blood Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs. Interment will follow in SALE and .... .. .or. tamn UMM KM'weather .
p.,......! transfusion each day in addi Harry Stallings and family of Conner Cemetery. ;" .
calls.. ht ,
tion to other treatment. Linda Gainesville were Sunday ::- ('H'>> """ '<<'::(>:''':<<':-''':'>>:':((':'':* : r'
Mrs. E.B. Searing has hadas Mosley and Susie King who visitors of their parents, Mr. ::: ': Walt th.rm.sttt v | ;r'-. t\
visitors her son-inlaw John are heading up the fund drive, and Mrs. C.L.Dinklns. iyy Card 0' Thanks 'IYom. ;1. .t.nt ? Tj pearllt', air
G. Sims of Washington, D.C. said hospital bills are .Ceiiiaic ritaula .
on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. mounting at a cost of$800 each Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom ? .., &. ... pinta N look sett To1tSt: ;

Burge Searing and family of day added to an existing were in New Orleans over the We desire to express to our Can be duct**.to jig
N.Ls
Jacksonville on Saturday and hospital bill of $8,000.On weekend to attend Super Bowl kind neighbor and thoughtful ;. .
her brother Warren E. Sunday night. friends, the Starke Nursing as III .pIio.... .
Perkins of Gainesville, on Saturday volunteersfrom Home and ,Dr Carlos ,.
Thursday. the Gatorland CB Club Sgt. and Mrs. Bob Glassonof Hernandez, for their many
and the Union County React Wright Patterson AFB. expressions sympathy. The .
Miss Madge Middleton was will sponsor a road block at Dayton.. Ohio were Saturday beautiful floral offerings were .. 'Jd:
admitted to Riverside the intersection of SR-100 and visitor of Mr. and Mr.. especially appreciated. '
Hospital Monday for observa- US-JOl from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. George W. Brown. THE ED TUCKER FAMILY Regular JJ295

tion and treatment.Mrs. NOW...Yd"
On the weekend beginning of Ormond
Drew Williams ,,'
Wanda Godwin of at 7 a.m. Saturday a coffee Beach Is visiting his grand- UNWANTED GUESTS ;i'.. .
Chagrin.Ohio. Mrs. Edna Hill break will be held at Bradford parents. Mr. and Mrs. R.A.

of Upland. Calif., and Mrs. Square. Colson. this week. HAVE ARRIVEDDuring "IP I : ;
Margaret Smyth of Largo $2:9
Pla. have returned to their Anyone interested in Local admittances to Bradford January we often 6
homes after spending several helping with the coffee breakor County Hospital this *.. our first swarms of
weeks with their mother, Mrs in any other way is asked to week Include: from Starke Termites. Termites are a ka: i
'
Bertha Pearce In Starke. and contact Linda Mosley at 964- Mrs. Minnie Marcionny. Mrs. serious. problem In warm '
in Jacksonville attending to S644. or Susie King 964-6600 at Grace Monaco Remer crews areas and have already Plus Installation' _
the affairs of their sister, Mrs. the B.F, Goodrich Tire Store. \\\Ira. Dorothy Bagwell Mrs. been sighted In this area.
Annie Mae Ensor. who died Murphy is a mechanic at the Honor Sweat Mrs. Leona Termites strike five :
Jan: I. store. Mathews Mrs. Amanda times as many homes as CALL NOV/cV. START
Blackburn Robert E. Hail lira. Gold Lance
Jr..Jimmy R. McClellan Carl Over US.... American SAVING ;'SeC..IicaQ'tiwithECONOMICAL" :

NO LAYOFFS Thomas Willie Carter, Jr... homes will need the lira Class Rinds
Eric Simmons. CatlnaLamsey. department this yeari; But CLEAN: LP GAS

Mr*. Ida Jones,John termites will a* discovered
WILL TRAIN YOU IN THE FIELDSOF Knight. Gertrude Cocclardl. In more than 2000.000 In Precium

Paul Bednar. Susie Workmanand hornet. About one out of
AUTO MECHANICS, WELDING. Angelina Hall: from fifty dwellingaiTht's! why 1Mt11fl yes WE. ,\t\l, ijioETAtLIlfIOI41ND'TANK

Lawtey Mrs. Daisy termite protection Is, .a* Save up to$2.f' per ring '
! RADIO REPAIR, ENGINEER EQUIPMENT Starling and Terri Carter: Important to you as yourhomeowner's when you bring in this ad 'r I t J

: SUPPLY& Hampton Walter Insurance : : ."
REPAIRS, : ADMIN- Weiderman: Lake Butler policy. .
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I Mrs. Mildred Moore:; Termites can do thousands Precium is a palladiumsilveralloy I ...
ISTRATION MANY FRINGE BEN- Keystone Mrs. Clara of dollars In damage that keer* the preciousmetalmyourclassrin .
McCauley: Lake Geneva before you can even know while'
EFITS INCLUDING RETIREMENT !\In..lnd..( Patterson. they're, around. Prevention holding costs down. Precium
Is far better than the cur*.
has look like
$20,000 LIFE INSURANCE $3.40 H Termites or suspicious.'' white heavy gold weight has high tarnish- "

PER MONTH. EARN.BETWEEN $834.78 TIIKIIIt: >KOIItorTVTri.M.H.l'l! ) .Insect local Termite are teen specialist.call your resistance and excellent waryer siadc
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PER YEAR. FOR MORE Controlling termites In a
TO
$2,500.00
hem I I. difficult and .can' I
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INFORMATION CALL MR. CROSBYOR al'I.KVt.t; .ullMrmKlarkr. i, only be accomplished by a 1
arofotslooalexterminator.
qualified
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F To RuraW"Be,Surveyed atccUse I Bradford May Get Branch (jIJP hE\ -D"aver Office!.


Most people wouldn't think I A branch d the Eighth Crease told Parlaplano that wlroii;.;.; 'present Circuit JudgaIVA. defender had office apace I IK
there would be mucb of a relationship Circuit Public Defender' the proposal would require a (Buzty) Green, Jr. then the Bradford courthouse when
between water for office may be established lathe change In the law (o expand resident! of Starke waa he needed It. When the wrung
cooking: and cleaning and Bradford county court the authority of the public elected the first public office was established. that!
drinking water for cows: pig. house to serve the legal need defender office in the 8th defender. The office waa staff ,moved into the state!
and chicken of state prison /Inmate If the Circuit moved In Gainesville in attorney' office and thej
Both however, are Important recommendation of Public August IMS! when the caseload state attorney wa moved Into!
use of water In rural Defender Alan Parlapiano, of The original office: of the In Gainesville forced what had been the public]
..... At the national level r Gainesville Is followed. public defender was Green to move to Galnesivlle. defender' office alnce It!
rural domestic and livestock established la Starke In 1963 Then for a tune the public wasn't being utilized fullUme.
'use account for 4.9 billions of Parlaplano ha told State
gallon of water per day, an Budget Director Joe Crease)
increase: of over 10 per cent that an additional! -210. la Tax Collector Receives Good I
from 1970. needed In the 8th ,,'U'CWtwhere Report
The Suwannee River Water one-third of the state. -

Management DtatrtctISRWMDt.wW prison population I* housed In Bradford County Tax law and were diligently enforced licensee, $56.433.83 in sale
( be looking at J r five major prisons.. Collector J.R Kelly and his. distributions were tax. $23.716.53 in delinquenttaxes
nral domestic and livestock office have received good promptly! made to appropriate $22,475.90 for game li
water use a* .part of Its 1m The public defender' office
marks on an audit of his accounts in accordance $13.879.36 In occupa.
Water Us Inventory. The Is now operating under a : for the period Oct I, withal requirements/ cellMli licensee, and $11.544.30
Inventory will also tally $403.000 budget, which wouldbe 1975 to May 31. 1m tax rolls. were properly closed for motorboat registrations.
municipal. Induatrial.thennoelectric..nII raised to $644,013 for the The audit from State financial record were well
irrigation next fiscal year underParlnpiano's Auditor General Ernest kept and Internal control over Disbursements by the tax
water sue proposal. The Ellison released ...n. 9 contains cash transactions was good," collector's office Included
The inventory .Is beingcarrie4'out higher figure would Include no criticisms of the state notations on the audit 434198.72 to the State of
) In phase, with financing of the branch' office operation of Kelly'office and report Florida, $538,87390 to Bradford -
major' emphasis being on In Starke,which would Include note compliance with the law A statement of cash receiptsand County $780,018 to the
runt domestic and livestock salaries. of two public in all transactions.The disbursements shows Bradford County School
water toes during Januaryand defenders one Investigator, report contain notations Kelly's office collected a totalof Board SI28.509.51to municipalities
February. County exten- and a secretary.Clerk aa: s..m.600.67In taxes during of Starke, Lawtey.
sion agents' and various agricultural "Expenditures were kept the fiscal year ended Sept. 30. Brooker, and Hampton,
organisations will be of the Court Gib within available resources 1976. 37778.67 to public: health
asked to assist. In the determination t rr Brown said the Bradford and budgeted Una Items Included were 1480534.98 $32,380.80 to Individuals, and
of,.1IaUew.ter' .use. County Commission had collections: were made in In general roll property taxes, $28.390 transfer to the general
totals. >\ agreed to the plan and would accordance with governingTo $369,113.94 for motor vehicle fund.
make apace available by

,Legal court partitioning reporter'off roan part of on the the Counties Waiting For Review

Notice la hereby glen' that on second floor of the courthouse.
Monday.January 30. 1978 at 1C Parlaplano said the caseload I
o'dock: a.m., the undersigned Prison Employees Donate Blood During National Drive In the 8th circuit la Before Medical Bills '
Gacof.-FnDghtway' w* ..* at greater than elsewhere be- Paying
public auction for each at 2175 cause of the Urge number of
donor heart on
Common wad th Avenue Clvltan Regional Blood Center Mobile Unit Technlcan W.Jeff blood Younglove drive held pine Jan.a 4 al thet.C.. prisons in Bradford and Union Several area counties, In- for Indigent hospital care, but Baker Coutny budgeted $6.000
Jaclec Mae, Florida, one lot of Union CorrectlonallMtltuUon employee Jerry Jenion during Countie! He said that 14 cluding Bradford are waitingto had budgeted funds for for this service in 1978. Clay
&laremf PaaasnpBr Tirea con- Clubhouie.Jenson.. murders were committed last settle bills for indigent medication and visits to local County is said to have set
tfgrwd to Auto World In Plant year inside Florida State patient care at Shanda doctors for indigents. He saida aside $350,000 for indigent
City. Florida to satisfy freight of Ralf.sad. was one of 45 donors who participated In January's "National Volunteer Prison alone. Felony cases Teaching Hospital In Gainesville meeting was recently held care, and has indicated it will
and storage chargea. under the Blood Donor Month" selected by President Carter. and parole revocation until the stale legislature with staff members at Shands, attempt to settle its bills.
proviHcna! of Section *(bl of The January drive was ZO pints below the usual Volunteer donations received: at UCI. hearings for Indigent has a chance to review the and that this arrangement
Uniform Standard Bill of lading.Ceta prisoners are handled by the situation this spring. seemed to be all right with At the present time the per
Freightwev'a Inc. public defender saff.v.i them. diem cost of hospital care at
Under provisions of the new' Shands is $204, and one Baker

+ .,. Health Care Responsibility Union County also did not County official said, "There's
EJ&GLE Savings of 11 to 42 % Act aside Florida money counties for payment must put of budget for indigent care, but no way we can pay."

medical bills. for low income

.residents, and revenue 2 Qualify In Brooker I I
sharing money can be garnished
k'4 WwRrxu if they do not..

Clerk of the Court Gib Only have Mrs. Clark said she has Dot
Brown aaid that the BradfordCounty expressed interest in running made up her mind yet whetherto
Commission is following for the five spots open in the run again for city clerk a
a policy of having each bill Brooker election set for one year position. Mrs. Clark
Q received from Shands February 14.Qualifying. succeeded retiring clerk
sAVera.rorT% reviewed by a county health
opened January Linda Robinson last year.
FLUFFY FOAM BCD PSJ.OWS nurse to determine if the 11 close 11 a.m. Qualifying for a council seat
patient involved actually January. 25 for the positions of is Cecil Eugene Melvin. The
23.5O 21 5 comes under the scope of town marshal city clerk, seats open this year are Otis
was suaa. was yew Indigent care. He said that so mayor and two council seats. Testone and George Pierce.
far, the county has not paid Council members
serve two
tm. w Disa.de'dssud
Mwehy BAYEup1sl00 bill. since this policy was Clerk Eva Clark said of
...rtwl.Ntweww. p r av .war. any as year terms.Also open is a one
Instituted, finding that the Wednesday, Jan. 18. the only' year term as mayor of
PUFF-QUILTED BEDSPREADSWESTERN patients, in all was eligible for welfare or year marshal I has been .acting mayor since there were
ad =.N 9.88 medicaid Tommy Raulerson.) Town no candidates for that Job in
f$ ay Saturday Brown said the 'BradrMdcommission marshal Kenneth Twiss took, jl Carroll[; election after Roy
had not budgeted over the unoccupiedposition did not seek 're
anything in its current budget March of 1977. election.'Artificial .
N S / JACKET v A l4 .. r MM r, u

4 1 M saAMw Bullt4 :y i; + r .- 11 huh atom,: rsvo Jt ,_ t#, .J' / I Knuckled Give Relief' 'Ia"-' '
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6.88 4 you ws, LaXPOLV FIU. -. yGeorge

most people, a hand r' ,
ecouNTpwcawU/f D.a.rMM Nth ester. MaHN.rywdSaaMq. PLASTIC MATTRESS d f 0 shake Is an everyday of
........ I t.l.awrtw, wde.. edal."a e.aeel. COVERS.TWIN*.FULL la greeting another way But
dya.I
...... MNM.wa person.
Mad+q. .... a..as.r I J it's far from routine to George
--...JIL. KITCHEN TOWELS, Long of Keystone Heights who
SAYEtao PKCLOFS beams proudly) as he extendshis
19 YOUR right hand to shake hello.
MEN7vw1YLJO00ERs 100% COTTON Long suffers from
e Jill ; 14t I DISHCLOTHS CHOICE rheumatoid arthritis which
,,.. 5.88 F ,PKO.OF4 1 00 became so severe that the
r Joints in his fingers and +
e I. Ienr..iwi n DECORATIVE CALENDAR U knuckles degenerated leaving ad

t ,;-:'TOWELp his hands deformed
crippled. and limited In function. !

p YALUe PLUS,

JUMBO Today, following implantation
% of artificial knuckles and
4S ,1M t ,1GARMENTp0
physical therapy 79-year-old
i Long has almost normal use of
I 17 his right hand. Physicians and
SA YEr.00 : y t physical therapists at the
ALOE Uth Gainesville Veterans Administration
MEN'S WORK 9110(9
1 9 PCS.NYLON LUGGAGE ue.o..a, ra.yr BAMBOO HAMPERS Hospital and the
l .dt.d top aMont
; :13.94 t r abW 2.97I University of Florida Health
I 3.88.Igld.. 14. Center supervised the three
..erMl arwr..v .dl, r rr_ lie is........ sea !r nwdQ mis hr.dl.ea a lease months of treatment which restored -
ILdCltii_ 'es" W""''a u ... sae sr_ ass _3.57 searaceIlE.re strength and flexibility

rANaos.mA1s MEws LEISURE JACKET _ of his gnarled hand.
= Asked how he feels about ,
ono 94 was R the successful knuckle Implantation +r r
wua w us 'f>t'a fr. duo Ot!
caw maw dada seas N.ed..e, Mt I. ....rs.e.d 3 Long told a ,
a. seeps area e.. r"r.f..sloes." MOTOR OIL reporter. "Well, I'm getting R ,
ready to wash my windows
today with a hand I could not
use six months ago I thinkthat's
pretty darn good!"
J11 BA 42% It was last summer when

sseYALLfHOSE Ftiusr ti Long underwent the first of ,
SPORT/DUTY OXFORD "D"CELL "M REMNANTS i ASSORTED PLASTICS two operations, a synovec- u '
h BATTERY, a; tomy. Inflamed portions of the s 7Vs? ,
X2.98 :..AK 1.97wwa. =. O lining of the tendon sheaths 1 Mt
GNOt O and the lining of the wrist p d
eegd awe. w se tr 1M ,rylw wte CeNsey .... wad dIu5_ Joints were removed. Because 4..r dM .v
..
eN..rwwYM.wLM r.WMIS.%'d.r.M. PSIi..d.rse--
n wAae. of the rheumatoid arthritis,
these area had become
I rive la a __ 1 swollen; an invasion of Inflammatory -
tissue had destroyed -
kiip SYLVAIBA REYNOLDS A the tissues, .tendons
.Ll* DOT
ALUMINUM aaAE and Joints in his hands. By
.IM8C&IC SAPE rip M loaf FL ASHCUSES FOB,aS ,..
e. removing the damaged tissue,
PMIT.3.94.li.TS QUIT-LINED JACKETS ., x.27 OPf. it was hoped that destruction -
.v of the tendon and ligaments Long has almost .e'mai"use of his. hands after
= tes111.OO
SAVV511(% PANTIESwAaea w yss would be stabilized. implantation of a knuckles. '
Following this procedure
P tard.ar... : 5.N.I.m a caw Maas aMw .M s.w'.S.N.S..L.w .ad. ,.a.w was P $ v.u rtusl VALUE nun Y Lft611ft8t Long carried out prescribed! 1 According to physicians, keenness belies his age, Lou {
irs0 CST MLB&DRYCHLMBMS daily exercises keep the Joint replacement surgery is jokingly admits that he still
Y /LI/IDSOMlS IRONSKEJJtTS Joints limber and to reduce the done only, as a last 'resort, favors his right hand slightly
L.. .,js.a.as4 43.88I swelling. Before surgery and when the arthritis .is so ad- "I stilt hesitate to pick up the
; atsr.SNORT T 3.8 at frequent interval* afterward vanced that other measures ,lawnmower with it." he says
I SnRra, i rSFaR .99 Mu' ''- M.rMawp physician*and physical are not helpful. The usual. '' Long is one of more than six
i SMXL OMT OaC.P1aCe .../w"reMd.Mae. therapists measured the approach to physical na ,million people in the United
with and States who suffer from
range of Joint motion in Long's drugs
:. ; ::f.' SAVE 5 A VAL, ._ lAt I tfz hand to assess progress. therapy and only when these rheumatoid arthritis the
I I aeR Pala .77 Nt' ) About five weeks later he fail do patients, like Long, most severe painful and
S
SET or a ( HANDSOMt OT "eRn'I returned to the VA Hospital come: to nrgery.Although crippling form of the disease
A Eli where Joints fashioned from a Long's condition More than 20 million people
I 500 OFF. .A ll atoouawnertstaeeres hard plastic material were waa severe, he is coping: well have some form of arthritis:
8.98 4d9 1.27 Implanted In his knuckles to' today. He enjoys Increasing which literally means Inflammation -
i % era n.M.a ea waa1e Disc.I eca wee am1A restore mobility to the fingers. use of his 'hand and he tend of the joint, and .la
The artificial Joints are the yard clips hedges and teed to describe many different .
t ._15% LONG SuiEYI asa a,sa" J trims the bushes conditions which '
SNIRTE PUN flexible& hinged one-piece: surrounding eauae'pain
...AI6fW'i' BOYS SOU1N yea a d caw..5-.4rr.-5.lass r ..sad ROSE MUCKM SAW M% : implants which perform, as his mobile, home ..on Lake and swelling In the.Joints
......... nor ctw aver CARE total Joint in the hand. ,Geneva.aoirited man whose and connective tissue.
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I, Parents Pursue Complaint Against. :. Bus, Driver: J

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Three parents returned to aarector: Leonard Register No decision was made, but Hampton cafeteria and adjustments Approved. change order
x.t. the Bradford County School had taken no action to solve parents prevent Mid U It became to cafeteria far columns to extend by

Board Monday Jan. 16. to the_problem. necessary to offer proofof managers salaries to compensate ".%10 a contract for $32ra
check on an Investigation by ellister. not present the accusations they wouldbe for any Increase or fors prestressod. concrete:
superintendent Tom Casey accusations earlier said Monday night the In favor of a hearing, although decrease in lunch parti deck between the high school:
Into the actions of a school bus at the meeting they first tried to ask cipation. gym and cafeteria. Architect
driver., and reported In the newspapers for assistance through -Approved also was the Dave Jackson from the firm of
Casey told the board he had had damaged Mrs. channel. pay request for ,960 to Craig Salley and Associates ,
checked< .Board
after It was brought to the Catkins" member Arthur In other business, the as the final payment of a existing columN showed they y
board's attention during the said he had spoken board: $30.825 contract for paving at did not have adequate
meeting Dec. 19. Casey said with Mrs. Morgan and clear Approved the non-Instruc Bradford High School tennis to support the deck and wen I!
he spoke to all the bus drivers her name the board should tional appointment of Tedrick courts middle school parking rusting.
and everyone "ought to see hold a hearing rather than let Brown as a bus driver. Casey area Starke Elementary Postponed for action was
Improvement." He added he the public. draw a conclusion aid two new buses ordered in paving two basketball courts consideration of a central
was not admitting something from only in the one side presented the fall had arrived. at Lawtey Elementary telephone system for the ..
bad had been going on. but the both meeting Mrs.; -Approved was Instructional parking at Hampton Elemen- schools, A work session may ,
j jh discussion should "wind up Morgan was not present! at appointments Darlene tary be scheduled later. '
J Ii with a better situation." either meeting.Board Hobos Brown Mary Kathryn .

Four parents from the attorney Jesse Casey, and Julie Temples
Crystal Lake area complainedIn Wdbert said there were two Miller. Leave requests approved -
December that bus driver alternatives: I n to ask Mrs. were Paula Registerand A MEAT rOta'7eRrl
h Terry Mundorff Earns Eagle Ranking Marie Morgan had abused Morgan If she wanted public Susan Skipper Crowley. /
hearing A NEW NOiuatsllM '
,
their children verbally and or 2)) the school beard -Approved a two hour per
t physically and transportation could| ask for a hearing day Increase in labor for the

Terry Mundorff has become 1975. senlorsalrolleader. 1973 completion of a community ,; ft Wfttr Ct.!..- Designed For
the second area scout of Troop to service project. Terry
1 70; sponsored by the Starke scoutmaster 1976 to 1977. planned designed and carriedout Board Votes To Expand Lawtey The Beginner This Class Teaches The r

Rotary Club to complete the Terry participated In summers a project to build an open Basics Of Drawing Painting And Design
'requirements necessary to receive camp at Camp Shands Baden air chapel at the Girl Scout
the prestigious Boy Powell Boy Scout Reservationnear Camp. "Camp Neyati," on In preparation for possible to the school center and could the opportunity to learn skills
Scouts of America Eagle Melrose as counselor In Kingsley Lake. This project expansion of Lawtey Elementary be "critical" If the eighth ant: earn a little money,'satd. ...,...' Save On This Class! .
I Award. took 200 hours school to Include the grade Is added in the fall of
1 training. 1973. counselor 1976. over to com- Casey.Cave 2" For 3 Classes Plus Materials
''Terry son of Mr.-ahd Mrs. and assistant ecology plete and 20 people, helped eighth grade, the Bradford 1978. permission to submit -
Wayne Mundorff. was presented director 1977. Terry plans to work on the project. County School board voted In other business the board an application for solar You Will Complete Your first ProjectA

the Eagle Award spend this summer teaching Highlight of the ceremonywab Monday night. Jan. 16, to pay declared emergency Items energy grants. Plant Hanger The Very First Class! :
Friday evening, Jan. 13, at St. Boy Scouts at Camp Shands. when the Eagle Badgewas $26.000 for 3.86 acres of land and approved: Approved the use of a
Edward's Parish Hall In a Skill awards earned by pinned on Terry by his north of the school property on "' mini bus to transport special f.!! If. hI1! Rsb,01)C111arsds ;.
candlelight ceremony. Terry include camping. mother. US-301. -A contract of$10.567 to the education students to area /

Joining the Boy Scouts at citizenship cooking environment Following the ceremony Northeast Florida Education Special Olympics competition "Art" ;
;
age 11. Terry attained Ten- first aide, swimming refreshments were served in og inaallyof Irethedthorroperty Consortium for multitesting.Casey In Orlando Jan. 20-21 and thento ,3-9' T>!|s sGS !.!..1.! 1
derfoot In 1972. Second Class family living hiking, physical the Fellowship Hall. to : said the cost would be Melbourne for the state
in March 1974 and First Class fitness, communications and the board offered $24,000 12.79 per pupil a little higher meet Feb. 10.11Approved 8 Y
.''i became In Todd Schmidt son of Dr the .. this with the "- .Can Or Stop By Today
Terry a Star March community living, and con- appraisal figure at too a year purchase of subject to not
and Mrs. John Schmidt
1975. Life September 1973 and servation.One his Scout received front foot for the 400 feet. books. The consortium Is an being In conflict with the I' Z For Inlomttlon
Eagle in October 1977. of the steps In com- Eagle BadgeIn The board agreed to a organization consisting of teachers contract one ad-
ate\ First
Terry's accomplishments pleting the requirements for United a ceremony Methodist Church counterproppoeal of $26,000 member school districts from ditional hour each day for two F- 0 160 W. Call St.
:Include patrol leader 1974 to the Eagle Scout award is the and will approach the Lawtey Bradford. Putnam. St. Johns teachers to hold special
Januar :3.; Starke 964-7797
_. ....... ) .City Council to either close amd Union Counties. The reveiw classes in math at the-
.6 John O'Rourke Adams Street between the purpose Is to pool the high school. The two teachers Near Opts nvaVjr -1$ M 4. 1
land and school or allow the resources of the various will be paid at their normal
r Heath No. Fla. FBIThe board to Install gates to be school districts to accomplish hourly rate. t j:
closed during school hours. things that would be difficult to t
Superintendent Tom Casey for .' each district to do
North Florida FBI had said earlier there was a separately r
L L y.E Office will be getting a new definite need to expand the -'A work study program for
Special Agent-in-Charge at school facilities since the 30 students. In operation .
I the beginning of the new year. seventh grade had been added :inee!.... 1983 the students have I
the I FBI said today.
/

.' ,-.E't4i" John W. O'Rourke will Nuclear Attack Would Kill 55 Percent Of Ih

: ; .replace Arthur .F: Nehrbass Americana, But 4 Percent Of RussiansIn

., ,,l., it'l{ who has been transferred to h
Pittsburgh( Pennsylvania. a hazardous unpredictable authorized for our program:
O'Rourke has been an FBI .
world man cannot afford An additional .10 billion was
.,1.JI
iiK('nt for 23 years He Is a to discard weapons for his-- offered by Congress for the

r'I' unlive of New York and has safety, warns Jerry Thompson program but the CD chiefs at t't !
sly sensed in the FBI field offices
,Civil Defense director for the top refused It. Congress.. Brand New 1977Peachtree I
Bradford County. authorized the funds 'v',
1I\' Washington D.C.. ,,
Civil Defense Is such a The current'attitude "that (
mid New York City lie ,
was I
A nation trained and
weapon. Civil Defense U necessary but I
transferred to FBI
equipped to survive a nuclearwar should be anesthetized until j
at
Headquarters Washington.
has better chance of
a needed in
crisis
DC in 1-MJ3! to assume so as not to
supervisory duties in the preventing such a cause undue alarm," reflects
Division lie catastrophe. The Soviet Union the*following facts.
Intelligence was

Promoter Hits Billy Beer Drawing unsigned the" Planning inspection and Inspection duties in happen.believes that For nuclear 20 years war It will has A result total in nuclear less that exchangewill 4 per- .' .

Division In June of loo\ !). and been working to insure that it ,cent of the Soviet population .. u 0. ? .
Kldon: Hurrah. 27. of Waldo, has been the emus of much retlOIolil an!. additionaldesignated I wouldAwevlve i uph.. atwas. ;.*. t-kilitd I and T 4 n*' two-year 'rat *(* .tfrtNttJUOVD
,imurovrivx\ (nee hc'awokr one night and cVettnl U4MVV1 i "1'-11'' ",'fj"JI" tylnlelligcnce eptrrenuy. ahe Eevieb4dnlonNs rec1IVe time..TeXuted ..
[. \ ".. ..
ink drawing"01 "Billy" ber. The' proMWkmal company for ..1ti't.1 i \UtI' newu eaniittgodj1aLWvlagi r.5NI1II1. 1oB"55A percent*J "",.. \
VUllly" InsUU that Darrah must crane distribution of the AsHistant Special Agent.in- ((1,650.000,000)) dollars on CD.' ';?1us,;: "and a twelve-year
drawing. of which he hasalreidy sold Sat' but Darrah'i lawyer ,Chnrge of the Birmingham. The U.S.on the other hand had recovery time will not be an
says he need not. In fact the lawyer said Darrah can use the AUibumu Office In 1971. He only .92 billion ($92.000,0001' unrealistic figure./

<'.correspondence from the company to sell more drawings later served as Assistant '
Darrah I III a brick mason who organ selling oil paintings age ,\gent-in-Churge of the FBI 24x60 Peachtfee 3 Bedroom, 2 Full Bath, '
11.: He began pen and Ink drawings two months ago. Office at Chicago illinois SPANISH MOSSREDUCES '

1'-' Central Air Condition Frost Free Refrigeration, Dishwasher.
PECAN YIELD AND
household Hintsby Clay Electric Meeting* Jan. 23,24,
ROBS TREES OF GOOD GROWTH j Plea! Yea fat high Raif. I.pI14hy Sklrtl.. Fsr Oily
: S. Yearta ('lav Electric!: Cooperative's19767'rustee .
Mary They are Sam Hogg. District I VITALITY .I.
Your County Extension .l District Meetingsare Two: Thomas L.Ialphurs ,
1 Home Economics Agent scheduled for Jan. 23. 24 :\ District Four: ,and j
with members within (
and 2A
964-5745
Floyd Gnann. District Six. CALL
Districts Two.Six and Four on 19,101John
ijt'KSTIONt' : Exactly whatIs Candidates elected at the .
brown bread? (Mrs. G.H.I) those dates respectively. District Meetings will be Spanish. Moss Is an air FOR FREE INSPECTIONplant ,
ANSWER: : Brown bread is a District' Two members will placed on the ballot at the Co plant that clogs breathing
meet at the Georges Lake ports shades out sunlight, ESTIMATES
steamed mixture of wheat op'sAnnual Meeting March "
Brown Will Probably Deal This Home To You For 11 19.100
flour cornmeal. and rye flour Community Center in Flora- 2:1.:) adds weight and harbors In-
combined with molasses home I District Six memberswill nets and disease organisms. Come To
milk and salt. Soda and meet at the MiddleburgFire 1
Department and District .Our special formula
the
are
baking powder
leavening agents.QIKSTION Four members will meet at spraying kills moss and It s ST Hwy 21 N. JOHN BROWN

: : How do I the New Oak Grove Baptist seed without damage to o ONTROL 473-3775
freeze fresh eggs? Mrs( N.) 'hurch at Bland. trees, shrubs or grass. It .Is Keystone
ANSWER: : Use only clean Each: meeting begins at 7.JO sale, effective and ..eo.nomlca <. aU5 MCO MOBILE HOME CENTER :

fresh eggs. Whole eggs need to p.m. and the District boun- /.
be mixed slightly with a fork- daries have been Included in a
even put through a collander special notice In the C&
or strainer You may add operatives Jan. Newsletter to .
either I teaspoon of suguror 'j members The Kilowatt.
teaspoon salt .0 6 eggs The primary purpose of the The first gasoline! -*nglntuxicnb Too many people overlook the highs and lows of the market.
.IH'ESTIONs' My Grape District Meetings is to elect and ''lie uw of the fact that their savings account And-you would have had the
Jelly has formed crystals- one or two members residingIn first taxiiu"tl>r. appearedIn is. Indeed a sound Investment.. security of knowing your
why (Mrs. F.G.tANSWER each District to be candidates 1907 in New" York City If you were to trace and money was giving you a highreturn
: : Crystals of for trustee. The Co-op's Today according to The compare the return on the In absolute safety.
cream of tarter form in jelly Board of Trustees consists of World Book Encyciopedia V average stock or mutual fund because a U.S. Government
from cultivated grapes. The nine members with each, there are about 161 QUO taxis over the past ten years with Agency insures your account
crystal formation may be trustee (member serving a operating in the tI.S'; a savings account, you'd dlSwtt.h us up to S40.OOO.
reduced by any of the three year term and representing cover the savings account Always remember that,
following methods: one District. Trustees outperformed them both! any sound Investment .
Districts Two, It was at one time unlucky to portfolio should have a good-
1. Refrigerate juice over representing T ; If youdinvested your
night: then siphon off or Four and Six are up for election put your shoes on the wrong money in a savings account sized savings account as its i
strain. this yea"r feet. with us. you'd have escaped ,foundation. We're specialists f. : 'I
.2 Can the juice and allow to f f 1 f the emotional ups and downs .in. saving so come in and. talk
stand for some time before that go hand-in. .glove with, the with us phis week ",, .
8x10 Natural Color Portrait' "
'm king into jelly ,Big f /'. 4 < \\f(' .i. ...
r"3. Combine juice with other 1"" ,
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fruit juices. ">(!'* .
QUESTION' ] How long cantutter SAVINGS PROGRAMS ... .. .
be frozen (Mrs.. T.L.) Certificates : 1 ,. ,
SJ-ANSWERs" : Good quality ,,..::fl" ,., r .
{
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batter can be stored in a Annual Annual Minimum I

freezer for about 6 months at 0 TERM : ;';
YIELD RATE 01, ",, '",
degrees F. or below. Poor S.:
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butter deteriorates even when w w.a.. :JNhrl". :' .';.....-, _. ;..: '."7,79 7.50'4 V.ars'( to ;!> \.....,:.

frozen. Butter made from ,. i :! w .' 'iI.;" ._698% 6.750' 2'hYears _' ,, ;'
pasteurized sweet cream will ,
672% 6.50% 1 Year "
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sour keep cream.better than Wrap made butter from for F.vy.a .. "5.92%' 5.75% 90 Days :i.;;. .;.., '

freezing In moisture-vapor Avep. a+ $1000.00 Minimum Investment c. {.
proof freezer paper and tape ';... { '
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air. Be sure to date your ask about our photo charms and plaques '. : PASSBOOK ,., "o' f"t' *<..<..% t
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package and use within the None ; !' t ." '
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concerning i your household. CITIZENS OVER 00 children. adult Groups .. /: 'Asubstantialpenaltyus 'When earnings a.lelltorlQuled'Ofelr1vwllltdrawsl :;" ,.iAH :
write to your County Ex- pnotograpned at on addmonet :t t. ) eompoundd.IIVIOfon.y..l :
tension Home Economics UMTTEO OFFER One per orbenwl charge, OnNrtditeleptsn6! .:.::1, "
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lit' 182 Students, Mav Be Retained Because Of New Assessment TestTwenty .

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credits and of the principal who Initiated should be notified 4 prior to June SO of the regular as previously
.llirtttMt .;: UI'(goals, tm ,.IiI"or quired ) upon the name Parents age requirements
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percent or l*2. of Casey hf of determinationshould type of diploma or certificate ( the placement.Parents formally In writing" that their entering school year are
the .1J students tested in the students from Starke schoolsto making reflect the .teacher judge. attendance the student will should be notified child is receiving an accelerated Early: Entra ceptolFirst criteria will be used to determine
third. fifth and eighth grades the outlying community based the following:; be granted. formally In writing that their grade placement to '! promotion or placementinto
under the state asMMment schools gives all students a ment on classroom 4. Parents or adult students child la being administratively the next higher grade. A copy Grade Program. When the the major grade
tests
test might be retained at the better student-teacher ratio progress daily, observa must be notified at any time placed in the of this notification should be child successfully completesthe groupings listed above.
end of this school year under and. hlatorklIll1the rural assignments standardized.tests,state during the grading period next higher grade. A copy of placed in the cumulative state-mandated requirements (CAI) The student must score
the current Bradford County schools haveT. better- test lions and other abjectly when it is apparent that the this notification should be guidance recorfc.: placement In first a minimum of 10th percentile..
Pupil Progression Plan. results. assessment, ,The student may fail or Is doing placed In the cumulativeculdance grade will take place duringthe nationally on the total battery:
data. primaryresponsibility
Under the pupil progression om possible area for for determining unsatisfactory work in any record. 9. All students who appearto flrst.20 days of school of the CTBS test
plan adopted In June 1977 by students who did not meet the course or grade asslgnetnnt. -4, School personnel should be having difficulty 12. A child may be retainedin ((8)) The student must score,
,' the school board students minimum standards On the each pupil's level of per' An acknowledgement of such utilize all resources to achieve meeting promotion requirements kindergarten only with a minimum of 70 percent on
must: I) score a minimum of assessment test to achieve forroance' and ability to function notification should be ob- parent understanding and cooperation should be evaluated parental consent in compliance the Reading Section of the
70 percent on the reading skills for promoting Casey; academically socially tained. Report card grades carefully by the professionalstaff with Florida statutes State Assessment Test which,
I section of the State said would be a summer and emotionally at the next must clearly reflect tll.ltudent' regarding a to be certain that the 13. Pupils who have been follows the minimum skills as,
Assessment Tat 2)) score a stunts ? allowing these., grade level Is that of the clawroom level of achieve student's grade placement; child does not require exceptional retained but who could meet outlined in the documentC
additional to .
minimum of 10th percenUIe: ( an 20-30 teacher subject ment. The opportunity for a the final decision as to grade child assignment. promotion requirements In ( ) The student must 1 havQi\
I the total days contact with a teacher. A( review and approval of the placement,. however Is the less than a full should be
rationally battery conference with the teacher or Students who are to be retained year the approval of the claasroouil'teacher
of the California Test of Basic summer program would be principal. principal must be providedthe responsibility of the principal. must receive counseling counseled Into a summer
Skills (CTBS) and 3)) the funded by .the state, Casey 2. Minimum distrlctwlde parents of any child who t.The assignment of a pupilto services and may be program when available and stating that In theteacher's '
student must have the approval said. standards for promotion are retained. a higher grade which reevaluated the end of the judgement the .
be
for evaluationby
In an to keep established in this PupilProgression may recommended student, should be promoted;
of the, classroom Informed The I.A pupil who has been praviouely results In the student skippinga specialists if the principal summer. Their assignment
teacher stating that In the parents student'sprogress Plan. retained who still has grade or part of a grade and teacher feel such a.referral for the following year could be
teacher's Judgment the and the skills he has average pupil should performwell not met minimum standard, should be made on the basis of would benefit the child. adjusted, based on their
already mastered that are above these standards.
student,should be promoted.If exceptionally high achievement during the
and who may not benefit from Any child in elementary or
tested on the state assessmenttest Meeting the minimumsland.rd *
a student fails on i of achievement by the pupil and summer. NOTE
any been :
special assignment in the Junior high who has retained
the criteria he will b! progress report of basic does not automatically evidence that the pupil will 14. To the extent that resources
grade be administratively one and is recommended d' I
same may year
retained even if he passes all skills has been devised by His result In pupil assigned the benefit more from the instructional for retention second are available each' (CA) If the student has never l" '
his subjects. Twenty percent county offlee'f;. Casey said. promotion Consideration. by program at the advanced a school should create special been retained during his stay J
principal to the next higher Is to be referred for an
IheanMth. and 5th graders The report Is divided Into rnav be given to other factors In cases where a grade level. The year evaluation by appropriate classes of a reduced class size in the grade groupings such as-
grade.
reading writing English such at general progress attendance basic skills K3. 4-5. H he must meet all
failed to correctly anawer 70 student has not been retainedat probable long range aca to emphasize
and ,
Spelling Handwriting ;, s!IIM.of reeponSibllty. specialists e.g. criteria above,
percent of the questions on threading demic social and emotional instruction for those pupils
In the ,
least once primary readIngsped.I.
mathematics Skills\ for grades and physical psychologists .
portion of the mental effect of the decision should be who require wore intensive
middle ....
intermediate grade
'and or etA:
one and two, three four health work habits
maturity considered.
The has
assessment teenSuperintendent ( outlined above, principal instruction; has been
as student
and grades eight, nine and 10 groupings (B) If the
Tom Casey The report will be checked: by and attitudes. who. in theIeIcher' item 4)). the principal must t the responsibility for making 10. The grade placement of retained once during his stayIn
has begun evaluating the 3. Pupils such assignments. A child will Additional Requirements
authorizationfrom
scores from the assessment a student teacher if the skill is Judgement do not receive written not be accelerated without students transferring from For Promotion and the grade groupings he
Is the r superintendentbefore other states or private schools 2of the 3 criteria
known progression being satisfactorily achieve must meet
test given In October which parental consentThe Placement From:
along with the results of the made or the skill Is not known. established objectives for the administrative take place. placement In all student's cumulative will be determined by the < I ) Primary (Grade 3)) to above. However administrative -
can of the receiving
be
will principal
sent procedure
The skills
CTBS given In February and report grade to which they are assigned the student' cumulative guidance record and report Intermediate (Grade 4)) placement
teacher evaluation, determine home every second six weeks will be assigned to the cases, to'lndiute. school. (2) Intermediate (Grade 3)) mav be Implemented.)
period and keep the guidance record and card should be noted II.Children who will be five
grading
promotion or placement of same grade for the next school to Middle (Grade 6))
informed of report card should Indicate, "accelerated grade years of age on or before
students from grade 3 to 4, parent the skills. progresson year or given an assignment "grade assignment by administrative placement" major reasons January 1 of the entering (3) Middle (Grade 8)) td (CI) Special Education

grades 5 to 6 and students The skills follow the areas to a special program within, e.I.the, placement." the for the assignment and the school year will be placed in Senior High (Grade 9)) students must meet only the

from grade to 9, Students not tested on the assessment lest special class school, summer major reasons) why the name of the principal who has kindergarten. An exception to teacher judgement criteria.
retained will be
regular addition to meeting
previously In
retained by failing to meet and identified for students to program etc:. These pupils placement was made and the made the placement. this Is: Children who will be

anyone of the three criteria receive: help for specific are to be provided instruction
hated problems on an individual designed to continue their

Students in Bradford County( basis, said Casey progress toward mastery of .- i11J1MuIIFOODA"1uI
must score a minimum of 70 Intent pf the legislature In the required standards. Since &a ,
percent set locally by the the accountability act in part this school district is com-
school board on the reading that each mitted to a continuous
Is to guarantee
section of the State student receives the same progress, diagnostic-prescrip I I II
Assessment Test. Retention Is opportunities for an education tive program in the basic

a local standard of any school without regard to geographic skills, pupil retention Is to be
system said Casev. differences and varying local used as one administrative

Parents have received economic factors, guaranteethat procedure to provide pupils
,letters notifying them If a stu each school system meets with additional time to master
dent did not score at least 70 minimum .performance skills required for success in
I R
percent on the reading section standards and insure that the next higher grade. F4k
of the Florida Slate Assess each student receives at least 4. Including kindergarten a ,
ment Test they are currently the minimum skills necessary student should complete the q i C
scheduled for retention in the to function and survive in primary grades (K-3) In no
same grade at the end of the today's society. more than five years, the

school lerm.'ltehmtloll The slandardl'anI! the intermediate grades (4-6)) In VASELINE _
will also be procedures for implementation no more than lour years and PANTRY HALF
determined by the California of the pupil the middle grades ((7-9)) in no HI C FRU'IT
Teat of Basic Skills that will be plan are based more than four years. Under 16ox BABY LOTION BABY

given in February, the scores progression on pupil most circumstances a _, PRIDEGAILON OIL BABY SHAMPOO,
will returned to the schools ,
achievement and Is not an student may be retained only
bv) the end of March automatic process states the once In the primary grades ICECREAM DRINK 24ox BABY POWDER-
The local (board adopted a plan. once In the intermediate ) ,
pupil progression plan in grades and once In the junior :
response to the state of General Procedures For high gradeshowever: on the I "'

Florida Educational: Accountability Promotion. Special Assignment ( recommendation of the ,"' mr' g. "IP \ .
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School Studying' Results'Of State Assessiiieiit test .



Lion l the state's test. the results on eacH portion of grade at Starke Elementary, Fifth grade communication Twenty-&iie students In the in language arts. The reading math standards aid Duncan and he was
> literacy has the math or communicationsareas 79 percent made above the 70 skill problem areas at Starke third grade at Brooker portion results for the fifth fifty-two fifth grade pleased with their effort I in
re tIYed! the most publicity, but at first glance percent minimum on the Elementary,Jockel said, are: Elementary took the test with ana 01 tile the tad have not students took the.tat, BO reading and writing numbersand
IChooJ administrators reading seems to be the are reading section, 21 percentfailed. determining maID Ideas 71 percent scoring well enough been compiled yet, said achieved 70' percent of the counting. Basle subtraction -
throughout the state and In that will require the most con- stated In paragraph. Identifying to meet the 70 percent reading principal Connie Clark.At standards In math and 88. I : was also a strong
Bradford County are also centration. In third grade total communications stated effect and cause standard, said principal Phi Hampton. Clark nldil percent of the students point, he added. An area bore
looking at the statewide Moore said the school wouldbe 83 percent of an action, determining Vellenga.the third grade SO they would be looking achieved: 70 percent of the concentrated study will
assessment test given to third, studying the results to passed 17 percent failed. In appropriate conclusion of a percent of the 21 student ana and any that did not communication standards. solving practical money
fifth and eighth graders. determine what areas the the total math section, 88 per story Identifying Irrelevant achieved above the minimum come up to the expectation problems. .
Students in those grades school a*a whole has the most cent passed and 12 percent sentence in a paragraph, oral standard in math. would receive extra attention.One Duncan said be was extremely In the fifth grade Duncan
were tested on several areas problems and what specific failed.: directions, and following At Brooker 22 fifth grade emphasis will be spelling pleased with the said 100 percent of the
In mathematics, and areas of areas students need extra Of fifth grade students in written directions to completea students were tested! with *5 said Clark performance of the students In students were able to answer .
communication skills In help. reading 72 percent passed the task. percent scoring above the 70 the grade level tested. He capiUUiation and M percent
October with the results sent The elementary schools minimum of 70 percent on the At Southslde Elementary 9S percent minimum standard said he..a.eII pleased with were able to answer word
home to parents before the with few students have been reading section, 28 percent third grade student took the In math 43 percent of the 22 Lawtey !: school the third grade ability in meanings.An area to work on
Christmas holidays. School able to Itccess the test and failed. In total communica! test and on an average of 66.2 tested achieved above the principal Jim Duncan said M identifying words. and will be determining the main
administrators are compiling select area for concentrated lieu 71 percent passed 29 percent of all the student minimum standard. third trade students took the following directions. Areas In Idea from a selection said
the tests results and will con study. percent failed. In total math successfully mastered all Vellenga said the fifth grade test with to ptrcent of the the third grade that need work Duncan. Fifth grade students
centrate In the areas that gave Starke Elementary School for Starke Elementary fifth reading standards said seemed to have the most diffi- student answering 70 percentof according: te' Duncan are were strong In identifying
student the most problem in principal Richard Jockel said graders, OS percent passed principal Dewey McKlnney. culty with the fractions and Ue) standards and I In the Identifying Irrelevant money amounts,counting and
each sc'' oral center. 102 third grade students took and 45 percent failed. In writing 73.8 percent of the division portion of the math communication skills 08 statements In a selection.: matching numbers, but will
At lii: ,idford Middle School the test of which 92 percent Jockel Identified problemareas '95 students accomplishedevery and this would be one area of percent' : 01' the student percent student achieved 100 need concentrated work on
339 eighth grade students took made above the minimum of In third grade reading standard. In math 84.3 concentration. The students achieved 70, percent of the In three. standards division, said Duncan.
the test with 121,or 33 percent 70 percent 8 percent failed.In as. identifying an irrelevant percent of the students taking making the lowest scores will
failing to meet the minimum the fifth grade 71 percent of sentence In a section, part of the test accomplished every be Isolated and receive con Of
standards of 70 percent on the the 95 students passed both oral directions, and Identifying standard centrated: help In those areas Increasing Pay Employees '
reading portion.Principal sections of the test, 29 percent a story outcome. In the fifth grade at South- of communications and math 'I
Jesse Moore said failed. Third grade math problems side 100 students took the test. said Vellenga. I
the school has not completed Broken down in the third as, adding two digit numbers In reading 67.8 percent of the At Hampton, Elementary 15 Would Cost $50,000 '
-, I B with no carrying subtract two students taking the test third'grade students took the Hospital
digit numbers without successfully mastered all the test with 93.8 percentachieving :
borrowing and subtracting to standards in writing 66.8 per the minimum A decision: to raise. the load was 52 percent. It was slate" Mrs. Green said she
GRADUATES OF 1968All solve practical money cent' accomplished every standard In math and 88,07 salaries of employee*of Brad estimated for the first quarter was told by the board attorneythat
problems. standard and in math 62.7 per- percent achieving the ford County Hospital earning of the fiscal year, October It was necessary for herself .
Fifth grade problem areas cent of the 100 student In the minimum standard In below the new 13.65 per hour through December, there wasa and Dampier to be present
Graduates of Bradford High School Class of 1908 In math, Jockel said are fifth grade accomplishedevery language! arts. For the minimum wage was post net loss of$75.000 to 100000. at the Jan. 26 meetingand
rounding whole numbers less standard. reading portion of the test 84 poned until two new board said Edmondson.He as secretary-treasurer:
Interested in 10 reunion are askedto than 100. putting In order McKlnnry said In every percent of the third grade members will be seated Jan.' said the "hospital payrollwas since 1958 to brnig the new
helping plan a year three numbers less than 1000 grade at Southside there students achieved the 26,It was decided: In a meeting met for that. day..Jan. 12 members up to date on the
matching fractions andshowing would be a little more ,concentration minimum standard.Twentytwo of the Finance Committee of but It would be 'nlpand tuck1for hospital finances.It .
meet at the Bradford High School Auditorium, fractional parts, on math Including fifth grade the Board of Trustee last the next payroll. There is expected the new
adding three 'and four digit the very basics of fractions students at Hampton took the Thursday. Jan. 12. would be $30.000 left In theoperating members will present their
Thursday January 1 9 at 7:30: P.M. numbers without carrying,, multiplication tables anddivision test In math 84 percent Finance committee members fund but $40.000 credentials under new business -
and multiplying and dividing fact Southslde will achieved above the minimum Mrs. Inei Green and would be due by the ISth of the to be followed by reorganization
multiple digit numbers and all keep an emphasis on reading standard and 90 percent George Shuford met with month. and election of
fractions. and writing, McKlnnev said. achieved above the minimum hospital administrator Dick Edmondson said all the officers.
Edmondson at the direction of hospitals in the area seemed '
the full board to evaluate the to be experiencing the same Mrs. Green said In her 20
costs to the hospital of raisingthe drop In patients but It appeared this would be the first
salaries of 31 employees to be picking back up. year
time the chairman and secretarytreasurer
F
falling below the new He attributed'part of the drop would be re
minimum wage that began to the retirement last year of Mrs.
at the same time.
I tt6) Dr. H.H. Adams.
.
Jan. 1.Edmondson Green said she thought it
Veteran trustee Inn Green:
said the would also be the first time all
hospital, as a slate entity Is chairman of the finance sections: of the county would
not required to pay the committee, said she would not be represented among the
minimum wage.Bringing the make no recommendation to trustees since Lucille Green
38 employees up to the '2.15 the full board but leave a and Sanders ,are both from
hour minimum would cost the raise for action by the board Starke. They Join Shuford
w hospital 112.398 yearly) said after new members Mrs. from Lawtey. Charney
Edmondson. It had been R.A. (Lucille) Green and Williams of Starke and Dan
roughly figured If a 30 cent an Curtis Sanders are seated. Williams of Hampton.
hourraisewassppliedequallyacres Mrs. Ine Green and board wl
the board to all the chairman Bill Dampier were
other employees It would cost by Gov. Keiibln Also meeting was building '
:- ALL, PURPOSE about tso.ooo per year more to Anew when their''terms and grounds committee
L RGE. the hospital.Edmondson. expired in December.: members Shuford'and Dan '
have been Williams. Following an inspection 'I
.YELLOW said the I through some
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f November net loss for the bad times and when I leave I of the roof by a representative ;
FRESH hospital was S34.1H because want you to know what moneyIs from architects.
BREAD in what bank and everything Moore. May and Harrington i
EGGS of a drop in the patient load.
ONIONS .. GRADE 'A The hospital administratorsaid about the finances" and a professional roofer. 'I
DOZENIl. the patient load in said Mrs. Green.. She added Edmondson said the basic t.
Jgfc 20oz LOAF November was M percent, she wanted to leave the board roofing membrane. was in .
\WJ and the December patient after 20 years with a "clean "good nhapc" and the entire

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be concerned' with the total
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Please! All Interested boys '[>eanna and Philip Knight Mr and Mrs. Jack Harris .".'"-, McCloud Club invites each one to come
Mrs J.R.
and parents: Boys betweenthe and Marisa of Cedar Keys and little Amy Bonita visited b>'Juanita Harris had as recent visitors their Thursday out and enjoy Bingo Thursday
of 11-17 interested In of Mr Phone I 4311871hope grandson. Jerry and Bonnie night in Gainesville. Sorry to
Sunday guests Mrs. Rickerson
ages were Ruby Sunday nights at 7 p.m. You
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camping, hiking, fishing! and and :Mrs Wesley Civics I afternoon. you will soon be able to and Steve Strickland. These Reddish from North Wesley will Just ,win!!!
all outdoor activities plus Linda and Lane -Gasklns. !Mr Bob Stafford daughter return home. are foster children of.Mr. and Carolina. Mr. and Mrs Pit hope you soon be feeling
better.
leadership In school and com and their children visited Mr Shelia. and Valerie enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs Jeffery. state Mrs Gerald Griffis. Varnes of Orlando and Mr. much Mrs. Jack Harris visited Rev James Searcy. pastor
munity come to the Cnlon and :Mrs. Mallie Griff delicious supper with his farm had as recent guests and Mn. John Scaff of Lake Mrs Pierce Crews at her of Johnstown Baptist Church
Correctional Institute Club Wednesday afternoon parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mr. Jeffery's lather and January Birthdays Butler. home in Friday and his wife, visited Miss
house on Monday nights. !Mrs Lessle Fletcher and Stafford Bob was returning mother. Mr. and Mrs Earl Our son.Gary who U In the Lawtey Cheryl Yarbrough last
I between 7-8 p m. Me need all Mrs. Willa !Mae Strickland from a business! trip to Winter Jeffery from Abilene Kansas. Jimmy Smith. Jr.. Jan. 31; Navy has arrived in San evening.The FSP-UCI Employee's Wednesday, afternoon
your help and support so visited :Mr and Mrs! Ruffin Haven. They were also visited by a Adria Smith. Jan. 27.: J.T Diego Ca. where he will be fora
come out and lend a hand Griffis Sunday They all :Mrs. Sarah Stafford was a brother. :Mr. and 1\Irl. Bob Richardson, Jan. 12: Mark few weeks before going on to Formers Mailed Unemployment
We are glad to have Mrs. visited their brother Mr guest of her son Bob Stafford Jeffery. and children. Angie Richardson. Jan. 21: and Hawaii for the remainder of I
Estelle! mton share one of Percy d riff is. who is a patient and children In JaM: and enjoyed and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Richardson Jan.29. his duty. We know he will
her famous recipes with us in Bradford County Hospital a wonderful weekend Jeffery also had their son and May you all have many moreto enjoy the climate and weatherIn Tax Bills In.Error. FEB Says
Branding Iron Cbmemke :3) :Mrs HW Pringle. Sr !Mrs, A.R. Bruner and Mrs. daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs celebrate. Hawaii should disregard
should Farmers
ozs. pkg.:cream cheese, I cup visited her sister. :Mrs Pierce Laurie Whidden were Doug Jeffery. and daughter We are IIOl'I'to/ hear Mrs. Florida farmers not bill" said French.
sugar 4 eggs and I tsp. Crews. Monday afternoon business visitors In Starke last Amy from Pensacola.Doug 'is Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sapp Ruffin Griffis' brother. Percy pay a recent bill they have the the
vanilla flavoring Mix in after enjoying (dining at the week in the :Navy and is stationed at and their children from Jax. Griffis. is patient In Bradford received, according to Florida form"However must still be wage completedas report
mixer I) minutes free of Ishbone Bob Stafford entertained his Pensacola. visited his mother Mrs. County Hospital. We hope Farm Bureau "Federation the basis
this II under
lumps pour into a !9 inch :Miss Tammy ('lfOames185 church group from Jax.. his Myrtle Sapp, Saturday. you will\ soon be feeling lots iFFBF Director of Labor which claimants' eligibility is
spring four pun that Is but a Sunday guest of :Miss Cheryl| family and parents. Mr, and "Happy Birthday Leonard left Monday for New .better Relations AI Frf'nch."Thousandll determined,"
tered and dusted with graham Yarbrough. and they attended Mn: ,, Albert Stafford and Mr York where he will be attending Thursday, Bill and Ronald of Florida
cracker crumbs /bake 2.1 church at Johnstown Sunday and :Mrs Woody Killer, and Happy Birthday" to Mrs. IBM school for three Bruner of Tampa visited farmers have erroneously received -
minutes at 37} degrees; let night. little Woody at a weiner roast Cora McKnabb who was 89 weeks their father and mother. Mr. bills for Unemployment .
cool IV minutes, Then prepare Ttiendiiy\ night members of out at his farm near the sears young January 4?. 1978 Don Davis was home for the and Mrs.A.R. Bruner and enjoyed Compensation taxes for
,sour cream topping I pt JohnHtoun Baptist Church attended Killer's Around 50 were pre May you have many many weekend. He left Monday for a wonderful day together the fourth quarter of 1977," :Markham Reports for Duty
.hour cream :3) tbs sugar I tip.anilla A Gospel Sing In Lake sent to enjoy the wonderful more. Ft. Rooker Ala where he is said French "These taxes
\' Pour over top oT cake Cit> January 21. the youth occasion. A bus from Bob's "Happy Birthday"to Bryan stationed Mr. and Mrs. James Smith should not be paid as farmersare Marine Private First Class
hake :5 minutes at171 people'* youth group are church carried the membersout Griffis on the ,24th of Dick Sapp will l be in Jax. for iJeanette and Jamesl) and not covered under the law :Michael G. Markham son of
degrees cool I lb. can having a skating party in Luke to his farm where every December. Bryan you almost two weeks training at the children had a pleasure trip to, until Jan. I, 1978." Mr. and :Mrs. Hershel! A.
cherries for filling. Refrigerate Cit,Iv. while looking forward to, one had a day. they will long made it on Christmas Day Coast Guard Center. Dick left Cedar Key over the weekend French said FFBF has been :Markham of P.O.' Box W).
overnightMrs February IU when the church remember, and a good time Also. Bryan's sister Little !Monday.Mr but the weather dampenedtheir Informed by the Bureau of Unemployment Brooker. Fla.. has reportedfor
: ha :MiKenn "if m having their Sweetheart was hud by all, Thanks Bob :Miss Melissa Griff. had a and Mrs. A.R. Bruner fishing trip. Otherwise Compensationthat duty with the 1st Marine
:Morgan Hood visited Mrs Banquet| at the Women's Club for being so thoughtful, I know Happy Birthday" on had a visit from ,his sister they had an enjoyable trip. the bills were mailed due ,Aircraft Wing, Marine CorpsAir
I'S ('rev** Sunday Afternoon Luke The members of Mrs.Amanda Varnes.and Jeanette says there has been
In City the group that wat present December 31. a New Year's her to a computer error. Farmers Station Kutenma. on
:Mr and :Mrs Wesley CiviU JnnnMown are proud! of their would agree Eve birthday to start the daughter. Mrs, Martha many changes there over a 20 were instructed to pay a 2.7 Oktiuun.Ho .
\iMted Mr and :Mrs Gerald young people, as they participate We are sorry to hear that new year off just right. Peacock from Lakeland. year span. percent tax of their 1977 fourth joined the :Marine Corpsin
'onner in Lake Cit>' Wednesday in all their church Oliver Clemons is a patient at 'Happy Birthday" to They all had a wonderful visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Civils quarter payroll. July l 19,7.
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I .... It 's Easier Now ) )'.4' at E 1 mfi1 BVUVfUJWl? w 'i::1

To Find A Job Here ;w
j The rigors of winter are no strangers to the environs of per family assures all
".r creating havoc among the St. Edward's,nor this group of members of that family that
: Finding a Job In Bradford agencies are cooperating as elderly Many members of our good people, as this Is our blood transfusion will be
i I, County\ ether now than it welL There are over too job club are down with some kind third invitation to break bread available if the need ever
,coq three months ago thank openings listed on the of flu colds, and other ailment with them. It Is fitting, today, arise Blood can be donatedby
tom new program established microfiche card la the local a due to the cold snaps that we should work In the persons 17 to 64 years of
Ii. by the Department of Com. office. 1 ;- we've been having. We wish closest: harmony with all age. This I\a an area in which
.. 'melee. Of the nearly 7ooo employed them all a speedy recovery.All churches: : because our members most of us can give to help
'. -Job opportunitie are now persona in Bradford belong to many denominations ourselves and our fellowman.
., ally accessible to every County.1,300 are employed by of us take our five and there are great Discuss and think about It in
Floridian through local office government agencies, the senses for granted until something numbers of Senior Citizen the meantime.
of the Florida State Employ. latest figures show. According 3r happens loss of members of all church
ment Service (FSES). to Robert Greene of the local hearing, for Instance. When organizations who could and Visitor to our club were
Job Bank 7a\ a new computerized FSES, thehlghest government hearing Is Impaired,one livesIn should Join In working for the Mr. and Mrs. Weick of Freeport -
system that employer In this area is the a total void, becomes disorientated temporal needs of all of! us. L.I., and Mr. Sherman,
provide daily listing of every Florida State Prison. He adds and somewhat of New York. Mrs. Mae CarterIs
state and federal job opening that the University of Florida s Isolated from society.: That Is Sally Nelson former a new member. Welcome
: In Florida. The Jobs are listed also employs many persons. IFx what happened to me duringthe director of CUBB, and I planto aboard!
by counties and It include Approximately 22 percent of : holidays. I had only one meet soon with the
? basic information about the the persons who come to the good ear. The left one has a Historical Board of Trustees Our next meeting will be
Job and how to apply office get Jobs, but its too perforated ear drum. Ita\ of Bradford County In reference held at 1 p.m. on January 24 in
The Jobs are listed on early to say whether Job Bank t I wr quite disconcerting, espe- to procuring space in the he Pratt Street Recreation
microfiche cards and are 7 has had a great Influence on cially when one has to conduct old county. courthouse to set Center.,
available for use In every the job market said 'Greene. meetings to large numbers of up a 'Multi-purxse Senior -Joe Kerrigan
FSES office. "It hasn't had direct people. Well perhaps this Citizens Center.'* We have
.... In addition to Job Bank 7, effect,and I don't thin it ever. I condition will clear up. or elseI reason to believe that some
the Bradford County office will" he said. I may be able to get relief members of the board are
provides two additional Greene adds thatJob Bank 7 from hearing aids, which area leaning favorably toward us.
listings northeast Floridalist Is Just another service that modern ,blessing.
that contains both public FSES provide, and so far it Blood donors will be neededfor
and private Jobs available In has had minimal effects in Cathy McAlplne o studies'the listing government job opening on Job Bank 7, The members of our club the Bradford County
the northeast section of getting more people' em- nd( have .been Invited to partakeof Community Blood Bank. The
Florida and -a statewide list ployed. a covered dish supper, and Clvitan Regional Blood fl
that also has both -= In talent show Bank's bloodmobile will be In h
public and However, more people do "'* > I participate a at 1
private Job opportunities come In to look at the listings :?- .. I -- \ -_: \. ;P./-"H; (c \ ,, St. Edward's Catholic Churchin Starke on February 3 ct the
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throughout the state. since Job Bank 7 was added ::;=- .. (. ::- .....-::; 1.b.L'' sgr Starke on Sunday. Jan. 29, Chamber of Commerce ,
State agencies are now required "Particularly people that already ............= -- .- cT f -*-TV.iV: .I at 6 p.m. We wish to thank building on S. Walnut St. at In Malaya It wai thought
to list Job openings on have jobs and are Mrs.Humphrey and her group Highway 100 from 9 a.m. to 4 bad luck to see a rainbow'
Job Bank 7, and federal looking for better ones.'* Coral Is supposed to bring good luck to ballet dancer for this kind invitation. We are p.m.One pint of blood donated

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.1923 and those new-fangled and there were Sampson
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enough of a novelty to make like one big and two small Unit, alat Maintenance Co.,
headlines In The Telegraph eggs in a nest Toward the was called upon to assistthe
especially when Mayor Comer east, Klngsley Lake seemedlike I City of Hampton on Wednesday
L. Petk decided to set a good a blot of blue paint., and night Jan. 4. duringthe
example for other SUrke Blue Pond and Stevens take time that Its water systemwas
citizens and take a spin to see looked Ilk two drops of quick' inoperative.
how his domain looked from After this breath-taking before he was up and away." silver." If Member of the unit
the air. demonstration, the awed The Telegraph said in r delivered water to the
spectators were offered a describing this daring deed. Once beck safely on the r Hampton city hall, using a
Lt Hart Smith, a well- chance: : to ride at 95 each. They "The course was toward ground, Mayor Peek pronounced W' r- water trailer and five gallon''
known "flyer" of that era, were "up In the air" about Starke, and a height of 2,000 i the experience well 1, i .1 cam. '
"brought his fine planes with- whether to fly or not some feet was soon reached. The worth the windy trip, and de ti tai! 1 1P On Jan. S (Tuesday) the
in the reach of Starkites. were fearful that their hearts speed was at times at the rated clared that the interesting u system was restored and the
having selected the Paul E. would fail them with fatal con- 110 miles an hour, and the sights) took away all fear. Guard's mission was com-

Canova farm on the San- .sequences while others were wind fiercer than tornadoes pleted. '
derson Road about two miles hair Besides the mayor, those
sure their would turn permanently seldom reach, nearly rubbed
northwest of Starke as his stiff and upstanding the skin off the colonel's face. who made the "aeroplane a.cenalcm" The unit will be training on
field" according' to a new account or that a fatal I accident The roar of the wind and the that day were: Ran Jan. 14-15 when members will
In the Feb. 19. 1923 would occur to the plane. 150 horsepower engine was Brawn: G. Kirk Lewis, M.L. be firing weapons for
Telegraph.. State Road 16 was terrific." Johns, f harley Johns, Harold qualification at Camp
known as "Sanderson Road"In Finally Colonel Peek, who Wall Lacy Rigdon, H.L. rAnyone Blanding. .
those days. never failed to take the lead In "starke appeared like a Brownlee, Hamilton Ritch,

community affairs, threw map spread out below. The Paul Canova, Jr., Herbert On January. ,, 24 the unit will
"Most of our citizens who caution to the winds, decidingto distance straightened out the Ritch S.L. Peek, Truby have Its .G. Inspection
could spare the time went out set a good example for his crooks so that the many fields 1 Newman, Barney McRae, conducted by a representativefrom
to view the novel sight of the constituents,at the same time yards, and gardens presentedan Warren Perkins, and Joseph b First Army
machines and their starting getting a blrd eye view of his appearance of regularity Thomas. Headquarters Fort Meade.
I and landing," The Telegraph beloved bailiwick. So he took a that they do not possess In The following ladles were Md. The Inspection will
continued. "Some stunts were ride. reality of reviewing all
\, also Intrepid enough to make consist
shown such: as looping the
loop, nose dives, tail spins, "The starting was so easy "The water tank looked likea the'night: Florence Powell records in supply, personnel andother
Vivlrette Lewis Katie Belle maintenance, training,
,
till the colonel knew nothing fence black.
etc. point painted
Green, Iris Epperson, and For A Popsicle? areas. An inspection will
Eunice Perkins.LETTERS. be made of all equipment and
facilities at the SUrke post l. as

nil wintry scene, resulting from a left-on.overnlght sprinkler 'In the Keystone heights well aa in-depth review and

: S ; TO TM Cemetery,was symbolic of the most prolonged seige of cold for the current winter.Starting Inspection of all unit activitiesand
E IlI1 'UJtl.L{ records to determine
.. Monday Jan, every morning for a week brought reeling or below temperatures,ranging <
of the unit.
readiness
down to IS on Sunday,Jan. IS. Bradford County's strawberry bloom was nipped In the bud :

delaying the season for al least another month. '
On February 8 the unit will
Heat Problem Get begin an audit and inventoryof

Blood on CallMost Cold Reception Winter's Coldest WeekA audlt-lnventroy records all property of the Starke and will.poet.property The be


Dear Slrt completed during the monthly

On' Jan. 16, 1978 three week of freezing, or subfreezing The four-day forecast, as Bradford's coldest week of training period on Feb. 1112.'
temperatures was received by the Florida Forest ''the winter set in "
of think of blood unless receive all the blood needed citizens, students from the Vo- Tuesday, \
us never they may cationa -Technical School, at- phased out Tuesday when low Service for Bradford County, Jan. 10, when the low recordedat Three recent enlistments in
we spill some or need some. upon payment of the processing fee tended the Bradford County temperatures rose into the50's was for partly cloudy weather Camp Blanding was 22 in the unit are George Lewis

$35 per pint. Without membership in the School Board meeting. All after reaching a season with possibility of rain the early morning hours. Stephen W. Gay. and Steven

The bloodmobile from the Civitan Re- plan the blood would cost $100 per pint. three wanted to know why Sunday low of 18, Jan.at Camp 15. Blanding on Thursday, Friday, and 'Continued lows of freezing or Goodman.

gional Blood Center in Gainesville has U the donor gives more than one pint there has been no heat In the Saturday. 'below were recorded each Members of the unit leavingfor
morning through 12
been visiting Starke periodically for during the year, he list additional vocational lab rooms for five January this
may One of the students did with the exception of a 34 active duty training
more than a year, but so far only some families of friends or relatives under the the years.talking. He came straight 'degree low for Saturday Jan. month were: Ernest E.

65 donors out of the 16,324 estimated plan. to the point, asking why the County Agents By 14. Lowest reading of the week Tanner, to Fort Jackson radio
population of Bradford Coumty have heating systems couldn't be came Sunday, Jan. 15, with a repair school; Jimmie Tyson;
member 1 low of 18 at and Terry Long, Fort Dix,
contributed blood. Donations Whenever any eligible re- fixed. BobbyTaylor Blanding. A 20-
during
ceives a transfusion, the member should Notebook t degree low was recorded N.J. automotive repair
1977 totaled around 120 pints hardly a Blood The answer was that they Wednesday, Jan. 11; 22 on school;; William J. Whitfield,
drop in the bucket when compared with advise the Civitan Regional had no money, they were phone: 964-6280 January 12; and 32 on January Fort Jackson supply school.
the potential need for blood in this Center in Gainesville, whereupon the planning to build on to the Extension 209 : j 13. The following recently .
center will replace the blood on a unit- vocational school later and returned from training

county for-unit basis, either directly to the wanted to wait until then to do Looks like we are into Don't let the weather keep i All exposed strawberry, schools: Albert L. Batten Jr.

hospital or through the Clearinghouse anything about it How long another long, hard winter. you from your plans and bloom in the county was and Gerard A. Hendrieth,
President Carter has designated will that beT two killed, with a small percent from Fort Jackson
Maybe to Seems like we have already preparations for your home'
January as "National Volunteer Blood System to any hospital in the U.S.that is three years! had more hours below garden. The area needs to be1 protected on large plants automotive school; and Joe

Donor Month" and the Civitan bloodmobile a member of the American Association freezing than we had by this selected a soil sample taken, escaping damage. Several Middleten from Fort Jackson
of Blood Banks. The School Board members date last year.The cold hasn'tdone and land preparation started'If growers of Florida Belles had clerical,school.! 'I
will be making another visit to : (
claimed that they have already much direct damage ton the area needs a' liming begun "scrapping" berries, "

Starke early in February .. Any way you look at it. the donation of spent hundreds of our crops. However most material, dolomite or lime but the cold damage will Persons Interested In thea
"' :''' '' "" ."plllt obloods 8; good m } "MWIars. t ing14sy beat>these crops like winter forages and needs to be appliedras soon aDOBBibto"1 causes lapseof) several weeks .,Guard program are invited to V '. .
In his message, declaring. tlyd w oD'I laihiJY:1lttdifficult lMn* Ho they? Byji ,, gnenm are not making a lot of _IMlM bcfBwalTfpenn-utt-'begins! -' to '; visit ''the 'armory' during the""
or members of '
yourself yo ur ,buying little electric heaters growth. L44n"nmi. J.I-/.u.w"appear again ''week, or during the weekend'' '
servance, President Carter said: "A to understand when benefitsare that don't get hot enough to Again, we have some good! training assemblies.The .

donation of blood is an unequaled expression so obvious why only between threeto make steam come from a Most cattlemen who have gardening information that As Florida began to warm unit has a few

of concern for one's fellow man, five per cent of the eligible population little pot of water, even If the planted ryegrass are still covers all areas of gardening; up Tuesday, hundreds of Mid vacancies in automotive
and a source of deepest satisfaction to donates both and In1' water already came hot from looking for their fields to turn One circular that every west schools, factories and repairs, generator repairs.
both donor and recipient. Millions of locally nationally. the faucet! green. Looks like It will be gardener should have ,Is Circular offices remained closed as supply administration, and
Bradford County the percentage .has The speaker asked the several days before many No. 104. It covers storms two feet of welding. Veterans and non-
Americans recognize the nature of this dumped
been even smaller less than one percent school board member if they cattlemen can get away from planning, soil preparation before veterans who can qualify are
snow heading east.
act and participate in it regularly. Yet. would go and sit in a cold dally feeding of hay and other liming, fertilization, ,IrrIga- Twelve storm-related deaths urged to visit the' armory at

millions more who are eligible to donate classroom all day? One board feeds. tion, weed control, insect and' 'were reported in the Midwest. any time. r .

fail to do so. I welcome this opportunityto The Bloodmobile's next visit to our member said, 'I believe I Strawberry fields are disease control.

encourage these people to join with area will be on Friday, Feb. 3, when the have to sit cut on that one." looking good. Some fields, Most important In the circular ,rain Slightly over one inch of 5 Students Earn

the rest of us in contributing to the creation unit will be brought to the Chamber of The School Board member especially the Florida Belle is the listing of crop and Bradford was County reported as the for

of an voluntary supply of blood Commerce parking lot between the claimed to have heard complaints variety, would be producing varieties spacing of plants the week ending Monday average, Jan.
about the electric
hours of 9 and 4 new berries if we were not having and rows seed planting College Degrees
for those in need- The President is a a.m. p.m. heater blowing fuses when. such heavy frosts and freezes. depths and expected yields. 16. The heaviest rain recorded -
over one Inch, fell In the
donor himself. ever the other necessary lab
multiple-gallon These temperatures do not Get today.
your copy
New donors are needed, and anyone equipment was being used. actually damage the plant Starke area last Friday Fall 1977 was a time of

Under the Blood Assurance Plan, the interested in the program may obtain One of the vocational but will hurt the fruit and kill degrees and honors for local

donor is not himself her. additional Information by calling the exposed bloom. students.
only helping or teachers stated that this was FORESTRY- The University of Florida
self but can also insure that the blood Chamber of Commerce, 964-5278. The true and that the heater did Most strawberry growersare presented five diplomas to
blood give that day be the blood not heat the room. What will By Hank<<,,.?
needs of all members of his family will be you may more concerned with II Starke students December 17;
needed life be done about this? No one too much rain waterin IN BRADFORD COUNTY
to or
met for one year. The person donating a save a perhaps your getting
knows. All the School Board
pint of blood may list all members of his own, or a member of your family members can say is that their fields than they are -Mary Kathryn Casey re-
with the cold temperature. ceived a Bachelor of Arts in ,
immediate family under the plan and during the next 12 months. they're doing the best they can Excess water can cause root Education.
mechanized and
Has highly Beneficfal? Yes. ?
Costly:
which isn't much of any
damage to the plants that will costly methods of site You bet! -George H. Clough re-
thing. Every question that affect later fruit production. preparation followed by artificial ceived a Bachelor of Arts in
was asked was given either an regeneration forced the Perhaps It was In style to the College of Arts and '

I Let It All Hang Out! avoided ambiguous best answer, or was. :Speaking lof'fruit production, small private landowner out' keep up with the Smith s and Sciences.
as as possible.The
this Is the best time of the yearto of the tree growing business?' Jones'. -Paul S. Davis also received -
set fruit trees. There are a Bachelor of Arts in
student speaker went to several kinds of fruit which Before the advent of With today's site preparation Arts and Sciences.
the extreme to "I will and costs
say planting
A lot of Congressmen are sitting on last previous sensation in the Korean remember this meeting at the can be grown successfully In mechanization, nature averaging between 30-100 per -Elaine Crosby Griffis re .
You managed our forests. Periodically ceived a Bachelor of Arts in ,
pins and needles right now, and understandably bribery case was last June when the next election," but it went our apples area., blackberries can, grow blueberries she introduced natural acre, the Incentive to grow Education,

so. The $64 question in former head of the South Korean CIA over the board members' figs bunch grapes disasters to rid the forest of timber a crop has been sub- -Brenda Gall Thompklnsearned '

Washington is how much South Korean testified publicly before a House subcommittee wanted heads.They're in the seat they muscadine grapes, nec- unhealthy individuals. Space stantially reduced. Subsequently a Bachelor of ScienceIn
so why should they numerous acres remain -
mystery man, Tongsun Park, is spilling that 12 to 20 Congressmen worry about the citizens and tarines, pears, peaches was created allowing nonproductivefollowing Journalism. ,
closed sessions received South Korean pecans, persimmons, plums dominant trees to regeneratethe Linda Kay Rebman, of
during the now being favors. The what they want now? clearcutting, while
and some citrus varieties if area. Hampton, and Santosh P.
conducted in Seoul. Korean "social lobby" was designed to the owner pays taxes on
also of
The speaker was given you have the space, time and Kamath Hampton:
thickets of undesirable hard
influence American policy through Congress nothing but the run-around. desire. AS our nation grew, her were on the University of' '.
Between 1970 and 1975 the one-time to continue support of the After about five minutes 1 people demanded more and woods. Florida Honor Roll for fall

millionaire rice broker and punitive troubled nation. One witness testified could see, myself, that therewasn't Fruit growing can be an In- more uses from the forests. If we are to be able to acquire quarter. Both had a 4.0 term

secret agent, apparently dispensed some that he deposited $3 million in a any use In my saying hobby teresting which snd will rewarding provide Forests commodate were cleared the people to ac- all the benefits a forest average on a 4.0 scale.

$750.000 to in the Washington bank as collateral to set anything because they don'tcare of its agriculturalfields can offer by the year 2000.
friendly politicians up about anyone but themselves fresh fruit at the peak buildings and natural be Cynthia Kare Edwards,. of
nations capital. the prestigious Georgetown Club as a and they are going to maturity, a civilization dependedupon. regeneration may Starke was listed on the .
center of social leverage. make sure they come before .Except for a few wet de- an inexpensive answer. Florida State University'" .
The of have the citizens until maybe election Selection of adaptable pressions, one could see Dea n's List.The Dean's List is
names some recipients
of species and variety is criticalto clearly over the treeless honor roll of students
the
Among alleged recipients time. Then by all means, an
already been mentioned, and Mr fruit production,
now be listen dooryard horizon, during the early whose grade are an
Korean favors are prominent membersof they'll glad to to your Study of Needt averages,
Park is reportedly naming others. Will opinion until they are In office however. Make sure you 1900'S.In "A" or "B"'for all courses
both parties as well as the Nixon 1972 select a variety or species that
this develop into taken during the quarter.
a new wide-angle once more.
election campaign in the reported has the proper chilling requirement an effort to reestablishthe Of Low Income !
Watergate, involving members of both The board members Intendto and cold hardiness forests needed for timber '. ;
of
amount $200,000. Three other Starke
parties, rather than hewing to party spend $6.500 for a 100-ton for our area. products, wildlife habitat, soil Fam iliet DelayedA dents were given honors reel at I
lines as most previous scandals have So apparently this is a non-partisan chiller in the round house at erosion control and watersheds Stetson University. Melissa.
done? the Vo-Tech School. Apparently A plant that does not receive intensive site prepara I
Democrats well Rutledge listed
scandal involving as as was on the ,
suf(telnet chilling to satisfy its tion and advanced planting I
they care more news item in last week'aTelegraph Dean's List for Fall Quarter. '
Republicans.If about the flowers and plants winter rest requirement is techniques were {developed erred in stating Verle Robby Best and Laurie I
Mr.. Park's gifts reportedly ranged than about the students who usually delayed in leading out that a survey of the needs of Ellen George
; from "trivial" to "staggering amounts of so so be it.,We don't know how attend this school. and blooming. Often, the These developments have low honor roll. were ,on the
Income families in Bradford .
money" with the total reaching the Koreans would say it. but in the U.S. Cathy Rhoden opening of flower and leaf proven beneficial enabling us County was already
will be scattered
buds over along to make better use of the ,
"hundreds of thousands" of dollars. The the phrase is: "Let it all hang outr Lawtey P.O. Box, Fla.253 period of time. These available land, increase underway. SERVICEMAN

plants usually will have only a Umbel: growth and yield
WANTSroVOTE ,few years and probably provide for an easier management Jonathan Lewis and .
produce little or no fruit at 'lII stem and environ- Barbara Easley, who have HuanhcattPrometed .
I tpPiti ON PANAMA CANAL all. mental (Improvement, been employed, under the ** .
Cot Editor Tele..pblThere .. Marine Lance Corporal
4 1879 has been far too muchin On the other hand plants CETA program, administeredby Randolph W. HUIU1lcutt.' ..
acme with low chilling requirements the Suwannee River Economic whose wife Donna Is the
iitilijj the news media and on TV ,
p4 about the Panama Canal give might leaf and bloom rrv r New Council. to conduct the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Jack

away. too early during a cold winter study, said this week that the D. Crawford of Route 3, Box
O o197e The people of Panama were and make them subject to survey will not start until 651. Lake Butler, Fla.. has

I BOB G- FERGUSON-JOHN M. MILLER allowed to vote to see If they Injury or loss of bloom and I further notice.It been promoted to his present
)70th Publishers would accept the give-away of fruit rank while servln with 3d
Marine
Division
Marine
ftibfisMd Men Thursday and entered as second diet Matter al the Post Office at Stark, fit. under our I canal.that Americans We have a new fruit crops will consist of a rambling Corps,/ Base,, Camp Lejeune,
we, as
say '
f Actor Msrcfi 3, 1879. fact sheet that covers these sampling of the county, Including 1'11.0' ;

SubKripiion rs( in.trade area.: sips year:*4 six months. should vote be to given see the if we same want rightto to aspects of' dooryard fruit It took astronauts about '! families of,all. income;

Outside trade area:$8 per yar.M,SO if*ninths. give it to them. production. It also lists of fruit the three dry to get to the moon; brackets, but the resulting A im graduate of Union
Phone 964-6306 Start. Fl.. B. Oliver species and varieties at met rata It would taM programs will be designed to County High School, he Joined
Joe be In
our
trees that can grown 878,000 years to reach the help low Income families ,the Marine Corps in
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Nuggets Continue' TtJJp'in' Jazz ;High I IIt


I In Sr. Boys Basketball Lose To Bullets 12-6, ;. S .

.. ,, .
was an even week In Jan 28-Rockets M Mill. A.-- 144m.CMMl ,
WWtMHI M-tt e. a1.w
Small Fry Basketball sponsored Shawn Jackson scored all 28 ..*..w UIMM I**c. mMm. M-I.
The Nuggets continue to Eddie Winkler was leading 11N1/14. by the Starke points In an overtime In which a. imntiit..
hold onto their winning season scorer for the Trail Blazers Recreation Department with the Jazz defeated the Rocket NeUM: -Ballets I*
this week in Senior Boys with 21 points and Don Portia Leading scorer for the each team winning and losing 28-26 Wednesday Jan.ll. In the second game Wednesday .
Basketball sponsored by the led the Cavaliers with 23 Cavaliers was Barry one game. the Net outscored tile
Starke Recreation Department pointsTnwsunn. Simmons with 28: points, and At halftlme the score: was Bullets 36-10.
The Trail Blazers held for the Warriors Chuck The Rockets upset the No. 1 tied 8-8 but after the third The Bullets could not get
their even season by defeating till 11.4* Johnson. led with 27 points. ranked Net Monday but quarter the Jazz held a two their scoring drive started,
the Cavaliers !but losing to the CmMwr ttMMMCMTrMI M I II 545 ITNCwaNn-. t.4L were beaten by the Jazz Williams Wendell. Aloraso while the Nets put up 34point.

undefeated Iluggeta. Their 11. ..., I. Wim.tor. ...l.". SrMH ..HXHUM M4-M,O.POTttt earlier In the week. The Nets and Shanks .. The leadingthroughout
record la 33. ..,.,., m. TMmpHIM .-*... M. 4-14. N. ecHtM ..* !.. f S remain In the top position witha together put up 10 point for the game, held onto
FttrctMX.CavMUni Ws,4 r1, C. jimiiii. 1..11. *. : the Rockets in the fourth their
A drive first place position for
scoring for the D.PrM!-.,. ..immmii SMMM 1-1.14.1..CA.aNu5.iJ.1555o 4-2 record. The Jazz and the
Cavaliers gave them a victory _,..4. tarnr .**. C. erMMt .-*-.. +4 Rockets are both 3-3. and the quarter while' Shawn Jackson the season.
/ for the ...........
managed
over the Warriors In 'follow with 2-4 Jazz
an early Bullets, a
game this week, leaving them Nuggets IM-"I rail Blasers $7 Nuggets IT-Cn.1Ien M record farrWednesday which tied the score at 24.24. III.... T....,..r41C! .S,MIMWM M-M
Friday the 13th turned out to so N. SMCIM ..
with a 2-4 record while the be a lucky day for the Nuggetsas TIM Nuggets eased by the 11V. The Jazz took the lead In overtime 5.11,111. "._-* ..........L.cC. -.14
Cavaliers 37-38 Wedne.y.Jan. .
Warriors hold a 1-4 record. MI, Jan. 18 the 4. S mmws I...
they outplayed the TrailBlazers
Wednesday Jan. 18, the 88-57. 11. holding onto their Bullets play the Rockets and
Warriors will play the undefeated season. the Jazz meet the Nets. STARIE
The Nuggets led throughout FIRESTONE
Nugget Friday, Jan. 20 the The lead changed hands Monday Jan.23, the Nets face
the game, with Todd Jackson rJ
several tune,and points wenton
Nugget face the Cavaliers say the Bullet and. the Jazz meet
and the Warriors face the leading scorer led of 29' points. UM Scoreboard consistently the Rockets. Hwy\ 301 Comer Of Pratt i Temple
Steve Grlffi the Trail
for each team.
Trail Blazer Monday. Jan. Blazers Open Mon Fri 730 6
23 the Warrior meet the with 18 points.ItMHHOI Todd Jackson led the Bullets IZ-Jasif ; P.M.
Cavaliers.BlalerI41C.vaUers45. Nugget with 21 point Both The Bullets defeated the Sat. 7:30: 1 P.M.
Hntmt T. JKkMII 141.34 O.TlMriMM
.-..,.. K. J_ 4-4-H.' A. Don Portia and Barry Jazz In a low-scoring game
MCDvtft f5.. Simmons did their part for the Monday with the Jazz IJmQJ$ ]OnQaLPL (
Trail. ..,...., 1. Or"" .-..,.. aTtamriiHii Cavaliers, each gaining 12 missing their leading scorer
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fill wutttor l-a-ll M
fOrt.4-4-4. .. ....- ,*.. point Shaun Jackson. (BV J OIL
It was a close game between 5.5r.53 1.111..1Nve.5. Substitute Simon Mitchellled
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the Trail Blazers and the C.v.UenMW.rrlorsS3A ..Mr. It 111417Cw "..at the Jazz making four of I .
Cavaliers Monday, Jan. 16. scoring drive In the ItMllHtllMOMMU. their six total points. LeMokio
until the laat seconds of the second quarter made the T. JKkM ''-'.11. DTMllHm Chandler led the Bullets with
...,.. .. __ xA cHINGE.
game when the Trail Blazers difference in the second game 4MOVNM K. eight points. _

came from behind and took to give the Cavaliers a 60-53 C 3.545144.....Mr.t O ftrttt 4-4-lf. B slmm.M
the lead 4845. victory Friday Jan. 13. wit J. Imur 4**, K. .rIMIl, .-. .
1.11.5.. 1111.1,
J... till.

Celtics Still Undefeated (...1.."..lIet.... L.CHM4MT. 4-.... I. Mall. I...1. LUBE
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Hawks Have Winning WeekIn Net S-Rockets leThe sgss3OWT
Rockets upset the No. 1
ranked Nets in the second

Jr. BasketballThe game Monday 16-8 with the Name Brand
Boys
Neta unable to score In the

second and fourth quarters of ., aw. Oil Up To 8 Qt*.
Celtic held onto their SMtllMcitM quarter and continued the J the game
undefeated season this weekin .wk.l 8. WMklM 144-11, a.. ImiMM. lead for the rest of the game. : Wendall Shanks and Alvin

Jr. Boys Basketball sponsored 41.1.Lclunt T.D.HtrrtM,..._1-4-4 M+.0.V.Im C.,...1-4-4...* Leading scorer: for the James both put up six points Qualified Mechanic On
by the Starke 4-4. .. DyM M-4 A PMWnM 1+.. Celtics was Scot Hudson with for the Rockets with Simon Duty.
Recreation Department by 20 points. Vince Culverson led Steve Griffith lays one up. while Keith Jones keeps a careful Mitchell netting six for the

first defeating the Lakers Celtka42-Nlcka4t the Laker, with 13 points. guard. Neta.IlllltlCtl. Minor To Major Over Haul

Thursday Jan. 12.. and then The Celtic edged the Nicks 55.x.11.5 .. .(. ,. .. ...... ..... .... Good Selection "
edging the Nlcka Tuesday 42-41 Tuesday Jan 17. and C4)HM. *. Mutt** ,.-.-... C. N..r.man \Vomrn' Double Starke vs. Reno .. < tli J W Shanks Of Tires-
A. Wllllamt I *INWl
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Jan. 17. The Celtics are held on to their undefeatedseason. .. I-..-T.TVMK l..-lt 4-4-4 T.(mky 1 44. Tennis League .A Two teams from the Starke ; I. '" M-., T. Portll I.11. Wheels'I I
currently 80. The Hawks also The Celtics couldn'tput ._ V. ClrtvlrMB 4-1 II. D. Due to rain the meeting for Recreation Department will The Nell. are now 4-2. the And
had an undefeated week over a point on the Scoreboard II* HH .*..T. l4rC4))..,oa, MOr .....1. the women's tennis on Jan. 17 meet two teams from the
the Laker and the Nicks in the fourth quarter but still .... a. i...1, has been rescheduled 'for Reno Recreation Department Jazz are 33. the Rockets are At Competitive PricesFor
the Bullets 2-
leaving them 53. The Nicks managed to defeat the Nicks.. Tuesday Jan. 24 at 9:30: a.mat Thursday Jan. 19. The first also. 3.3. and are Your Convenience Please Call
are 1-7.and the Laken .reZ-6. Mlck4 47 II I* 41CMtlct the tennis courts behind game is scheduled for 6 p.m.. 4 Jan. the '
18.
Thursday Jan. 19. the Leading scorer 111114 for t the 41 HAWKS5I.NICKS42In Pratt Street If there are any the second game- immediately Bullets Wednesday.play the Rockets and Ahead For Appt. '9645078
Hawks meet the Celtics and questions call the Recreation following.
Celtics was Scot Hudson the Jazz meets the .Nets.
the Nicks meet the Lakers. the second game''' the Department. 9646792.
Tuesday. Jan 24 the Hawks carrying 30 points. Larry Hawks defeated the Nicks S642 ______u_
the Nicks Long led the Nicks wtih 17 .
play and the Lakers
take on the Celtics. points. The Hawks led throughoutthe t
.
Hawks-Laker*20 "( tlltlCI! with the Nicks
C.155C..f.N..5.14431' .T.77 04.41, game
first half the Hawks pulled T. Crush 1-4 1. K. HarrlM 1-4-1 unable to come' any closer
away and defeated the Lakers Nlckn L.Umi 4-1.1>. D. CIWMIM 4--., than a six point margin.
C. OrlHl 1-4-4. J. D. "..IIC" .... C.
.4420. The Hawks put up 24 hlham,-.-.. B A4f4lH<1.3.3.00554. Emmett Watkins Ted the .
points In the second half to the 1+.. Hawks by putting 32 points on
Lakers fourEmmett their.Scoreboard. Larry Long 'II g&tins
Watkins. l led the CELTICS 48.LAKERS28In put up 18 points for the Nicks. 1:
Hawks with 28 points., 11J1I
.
DeWayne Slocutn Vince ," their, first game .Thttivsday. .......tc. : ,I !i/lx: .ni:' atol '. ,,.n'
CulvN'SOll.nd Blaine Dyal put. ,' Jan., ,12-n, the"' ,CelUosi,K.t ..NSwkfC... W.55,1': 11.o4, T..,1q.pfo1r11nhiNmJ.e34nm!!.! "<
up six points each for the downed the Lakers bY'20'> '',8N.r/15. 5I1, i. llmm54, 1.44. survey
NNk4-L. Lw*t-4-14 c. OrlMlnl44 -
Lakers. points. 4828. .
O. CH4H4MT 4-4-4 i JmtHMtlt+4 B
The Celtics jumped out to ..._ ... "
M. rt. | II 14 II." a 14 .D. frmc)4) lit C.
L...r. ,10 4 ..I' 12 point lead! In the""first .>4Mi4>m ,-.-..


Fresh Water Fish Commission 'llseevourma

I you
"

Discuss Next Year's Regulations .


Although this year's hunting Friday. January 20 in approve In principle general
Tallahassee. The meeting will hunting and fishing
is
season just over plans are electric bill
already being made for next get underway at 9 a.m. in the regulations for 197879.
auditorium of the Commission
year..! headquarters, 620 South "This will allow'these dates

The Game and Fresh Water Meridian Street. and proposed regulations to be

Fish Commission will hear brought for Input from ....
proposals for next year's Col. Robert M. Brantly citizens and sportsmen during

hunting and fishing executive director said the the public hearings held different lieiht.In
regulations when It meets Commission will.be asked to across the state during -
February and March
.
Dates Brantly said.
1978 Calendar Of Hunting

Dates and locations for

January' HKncl : these hearings will also be
: of door<< turkey and wild hog season In Northeast decided at the Tallahassee

Central. South and Everglades Region meeting. recent years :'your .electric bill, like i

.
.141' nuat,,,' II: .. Other Items to be taken up UTILITY ;:A. J 000 KWH
'
been
has affected
Third phase die season ends >; : by the wildlife board includethe everything eNtv by 1 ,l /CHARGE* .
't \ ,( ; : ," establishment of the L. ,. ( :; ;
,) Kirk Edwards Wildlife inflationary ; .. "": ,
January 2U: RefugeIn pressures. : 'f City of Lecsburg 8'$51:13:
Jul'k'lIl1<1 cool season ends! Leon County consisting of ..

JilllIIlIl'\ 21\: wi.;' ,'"'' ;'' ,;/,; donated 700 acres by of cypress Mrs. L.swamp Kirk But the fact is that Florida Power &. Light City.of Green Cove i Springs 49.40 I

ibluebilli .' Edwards. The land Is located r
Start of special stnup season.lanitalry' > '
v *v :i'r about five' miles east of has,managed to keep' : its rates considerably City )Jacksonville Beach 48.76
"
22: : t.-, ;< ,;''''('tf Tallahassee.The! ;

Region Find: of doer wild hog,und t turkey': setiHon_: ) In Northwest Commission will lower than most'other Flor electric City Electric System I \ (Key,,West.)4ftil', ,i' (,'. I. :"


,lamuir 28.: :' the recognize contribution Mrs. Edwards as well for as companies. City of Fort) Meade'" ': V* 'f& W ,.' 45.15: ;!.

:Start of special<< primitive weapons! season Northwest honor the Wildlife ., '
Region -" Year.Management Shikar Specialist-Safarl of Club the In the December survey of 21 Florida fc *:. Tampa Electric Cl i. : d:*.':" j .t !i' C 44.78..

.hnum'11'. ; a -S '. .:, '. International will be on hand'to lJt'I'I'I'tics"thca'rk.onville Ir' ". City of,Bai tow.. / .:* n.\\ ;; ; '.44.66: ,' ,
electric :: Electric ? i
iblyebilli honor the Wildlife Officer of ] : i
Knd: of. "Pt.'I.'ialllCu\Jp\ I \ season ,', '... _IVI", .r.

. .. .- the. Year. '" City V .' JlI T.., .ft M '
.rVbiuury" \\i'. .'" Jim Shannon, president: of Authority checked the cost of 1,000 .; OfOq1la., ,ift t\: J ,43i93
Knd of primitive.weapons season In Northwest the Florida BASS. Chapter ,
special
'. ..' kilowatt Clay Electric Gx ...1i1.se.u.43.47x., '
hours )
Region. ; 'r'" *. ,',)h' Federation will sumarize the to> residential{ customers. perative r. ,
1.I .
.. .. ..
.. recent Big Bass Seminar for I !I IX "'.
.
.' ., .,
,a"143.38
."'ebl'ullr\'II'! : the Commissioners and. along : Jacksonville ElectricAuthority 1 "

\\oodeockseasonends! '>"ljX"( with the Commission presenta Those costs are ted.1tere: 'And,. as-you n' r ,
check to the Bass Research Florida Power a" .. 4 :2a'
,
,February :26! : -, ","-S .' .w... ,'., Foundation for bass research can see, Florida Power.&. Light is among :.' rp.' ,... ,.. 1.-1\<"t ."t,;. f. : ;.' ,) '
Quail squirrel season ends statewide < I, .t;.;, -, studies in Florida; Okefenokec REA .42.OS .

;.': ., The Friday Commissionmeeting the I lowest. third. I = among the I east'r'r'\ : ''''
March: will be by .. ,1.' '
Start of spring gobbler season In that portion of.state lying l Cammlasion-staff preceded workshop 1 City of;ClewIs ton t ". .. .. ""*': .' ,,40..20. ,
a jL .
llouthof.SRSO ',' .!*S :(ij 'J v Thursday. January 19 at 1 expensive." ; t' {I ; I'' .' .vr..,...'.'.'''.. '.. ; .I
location. r4 City of Vero Beach I 88 '
; pm. at the same jfl&sWEg I J .'.
March II: "f' )t' Both meetings are open to the : ..; 't..t : >, ;

Start of of spring Jefferson gobbler County season' north. of SR 50 to eastern' public with Brantly urging all That's a"positione I consistently, .. :occupy ..In''f" FLORIDA. POWER & LIGHT. COO.} 37.95' ..'
boundary attend.
to
._ interested person these JEA And .
monthly 'surveys.
.ft. one we
Members ol the Commission 37'SR'
.. Sebririg Utilities Gimmission
18: ', c are Chairman I I
CIStart of spring gobbler season. In Northwest, Region .j :! Donald G.Rhodes of West Eau will everything,, possible to maintain, "' : ,. I:; a ';;'; ;": +-*.

SSpring .. Gallie.R. Bernard Fairish Jr. ". '... .. ., '.. .CityofLakelariil: I Jr,, ;:.',?19 'F";* "!.'.,,' ", ".. f .. 3 .. io'1I1'.
,
\ .
March 26) S of Tallahassee. E.P. "Sonny" improve.. \ ."" :? Ii" 1. iI gobbler season south of SR 50 ends Burnett of G. Kissimmee 37.59XJi'

." Matthews of Palm Beach and Utilities'a }. 1 t ::J ._

April: gobbler season north of SR 50 to eastern boundary of Jacksonville.Randolph R. Thomas' of. ( '; ,11,1 1 ,f.Gainesville-Alachua! Reg. Utilities f 37.2Orlando ?

Jefferson County ends ": R '

""I... Utilities i Commission }}.:9..r.r'!
April: ; t ts' .- ,' ;v', "./ W : ;
end to Northwest Region az ..
Spring gobbler season I .. City of Tallahassee 30.09 ;

FLORIDA POWER a LIGHT COMPANY > :, Wl'1 C? '. '

For complete Information on hunting and fishing PL(1k..Iscfl'Ingpcopk.: [

regulations;contact any office of the Game and Fresh Water 7 r.'I.,1' 11 .....1'\' .......LovIr! :Ct\"k"'u." ... .' 'Futl.Ju| rm nt anJ franchise. feet are incluJeJ. But In nun Imunct V<.l taw* t'
Fish Commission Offices i located in Pensacola. Panama mutt tw aJJeJ. .
..
Orlando West .
Lake City.Ocala. Lakeland
City.Ta hassee. In 1814 a Harvard education I.
Palm Beach and Miami.
cost about! $300 par ytar.

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r BHS Five 'Look Like Ball Club' rTIIwTi: Tornado Grapplers:




In Beating Suwannee High 6649Leading L IkI Find Winning Fojqtn


-- The BUS grapplers found heavyweight finished the
nado basketballers all the way look, Tor follow the varsity clash. period lead. In the second the ball and fed Aldridge for a themselves in winning form match in style, winning 112.
a M- Tuesday Jan. 31, BUS re- period BIIs started shooting basket this week, defeating Ocala HUSH-Ja3
4Ia win
the
Suwannee over visiting turns home for the first time from the outside and went Aldridge had 18 points, 11 I In Van Guard 33-21. Friday and A bit of hick, some unexpected
High of
Live Oak In the Bradford Bulldogs since Jan 13 to host Bishop down two points, 12.14, and and 5 rebounds for BUS I completely overpowering the wins and a Jacksonvilleteam
gym last Friday Jan. High Kenny of Jacksonville. took a slim 26-24 lead Into half- David Walker also had II Jacksonville Episcopal 53-3 who didn't play as well
13.
The Bradford five time. points and grabbed 7 Saturday."It as they could have ended in a
record at 04 for the evened its "We looked more like a ball Live Oak briefly tied the rebounds Hampton scored! 14 was just one of those sound defeat of the
date. It was, the only season basket-to club than In "any other game game 30-30 early in the third points and had assists.. Live times when everyone wrestled Episcopal' Saturday.
ball action the Tornadoes this season said Coach OilS guard Kenny Oak's Ben Johnson, one of the exceptionally well," said Nugent started off the
see this week. Next will Warney Adkinson after his Hampton hit from the top of beat shooters the Tornadoeswill Coach Joe Kielbasa.BHS match in the 100 pound weight
home
game .is not until Jan. boys had eased over the 4-7 the key for a 32-30 BHS advan- face all season, led claw, winning Iff() 7. Ely, 107
31. Bulldogs. tage. Hampton stole the scoring with 20 points. Ibs. pinned his man at 4:54: ,
Tornadoes Friday night I. Jan 20, the "Playing like that we could basketball, fed Duane BHS shot 49 percent from 13-Ocala 21 while David 115 lb... won by

road stand open In a Gainesville four game beat anybody" on our Cummings who fed Walker the field bucketed 31 of 3shots. According to Kielbasa, the forfeit Montgomery continued
against Eastslde schedule, the veteran coach under the basket for a 34-30 BUS was 4 for 12, or 33 matmen wrestled stronger the win streak 181.
High. slated BHS lead. Cummings then hit percent from the free throw than he expected them to Bright also won 51. Milner
Varsity .
games begin atS p.m., The Tornadoes kept the from 18 feet out on the right line. against Ocala Danny Nugent, swamped his opponent 22-3 for
Junior varsity games at 0:30: basketball off the floor. side for a 36-30 BUS lead with aH' 14 II IF UI... 100 lbs, overpowered his his first varsity win for the.
D.m.Next Adkinson drew up a play on 3:20 left In the third period. LO I* 14 IS .1-.* Troy Ely, 107 season, and Baldwin won 52.:
action will be the the sidelines after he watched in the lobs.pinned Ibs. his
With 5:40: remaining his man 27 Pete, 170 pinned man

when following Bradford Friday Jan.travelto 27. Live Oak for the first few game BHS added six more BMIt AMrMM. 0l .H....,,.. ,-,.,.. seconds: into the second at 3:13: and Bell, in the same
Gainesville cages minutes and his players exe- points in a row to Increase the KIM o-l-l .. Cvmmliifji. ,*.. 0.Cummna,144 period, and Linn David, 115 weight class, won by forfeit.
to meet cuted the set up successfully lead to nine points. Freddie O. WMIlur, 014, sex Ibs., continued the streak, Chapman, 188 lbs also won
Buchholz High In the second of The passing sequence made Aldridge stole the basketballand ...,. H. WMI r 141. T..... 11414U d winning 16-10. Al Mont- by forfeit. The only loss for the

four straight Jan.road games. the Live Oak zone sag too far fed Hampton for a lay-up. ItWt.O.*.141.04MIH'Or4J 10'01.JXIW4 J44MSM 4.111.Khar 154S. gomery, 122 Ibs., also won 3-2. day was heavyweight Smith,
Saturday, 28, BHS to one side or the other David Walker stole the ball ._I""- CkMtikMM '*1.Mite Martin Slocum, 129 Ibs., was In a close match, 52.
travels to Jacksonville to leaving a Tornado eager open. and laid it up. Hampton stole Jm1.1.1.', Immi, '*1. T4*." l4t.. pinned early In the second The Grapplers meet

the meet BHS Belles.five Monday Jan. 30, On the first time they ran the Kenny Hampton lets fly from of the key In the Live period, but Anthony Bright Callahan High School,
to Lake
goes play big H David Walker got Oak game Friday night Hampton scored 14 135 Ibs., came back to win 74. formerly West Nassau Thurs-
point and had
Butler 10
to take
Union High in on a I the Tigers of his first dunk of the game Beat Live Oak 56.45 assists.the win a.BUS evened Its record at.... Richard Milner 140 Ibs., was day at homo at 7 p.m. Saturday
p.m. game which brought Tornado fans to pinned at 1:49: and David ,. Jan 21, they face
I before the UHS student
body. life.BIts Baldwin. 148 Ibs., lost in a Daytona Seabreeze, and
1 i A Junior vanity game will opened a 14-10 first close match 109. Henry Pete, Gainesville High at Gaines-

JV Cagers Win 3rd Game GoingBaby 158 Ibs., came beck for a win, ville. Monday they meet at
pinning his man at 3:15.: John Flagler Palm Coast., and
Need A Late Bell, 170 Ibs., was pinned at Tuesday they meet at

1:26: but Kenneth Crugar returned Palatka.

Tornado ages. won rebounded. Live Oak briefly regainedthe The Tornadoes are then Idle the team to a winning The wrestlers are currently
Deduction ? their third game of the season Freddie Hdllis stole the ball lead at 30-29 but Tornado for a week before a skein of, position 4-0. Bobby Smith,' 7-1-1,

Tax last Friday, Jan. 13, a second twice In the second period, Phillip Sawyer tied it 30-30 at four games in five days Jan.
half effort which saw them dribbling the length of the 3:45: left In the third period 2731. Friday,Jan. 'l7,the BUS
.It's Not Too Late To down the visiting Live Oak court to bucket a crucial keep.; with a 10 foot basket from the five travels to Gainesville to
junior varsity five 5645. up lay-up. Hollis passed to left side. Bass stole the take on the Bobcats of
Start An IRA (Individual Freddie Hollis, a quick Frazier Bass, who also had basketball and dribbled the Buchholz High. The next day, ;
guard and the team's play several lightning quick' length of the court to put OilS Saturday, Jan. 28, BUS plays ; -
Retirement maker led the BabyTornadoes defenwive plays, but Bass. up 3230. Then Hollis repeatedwith at Bolles of Jacksonville..
with 20 points, blew the second layup.In another steal and also Monday Jan. 30, the Wk, .t: ,
Account) For 1977. hitting a torrled 10 for 13 pace the second half the dribbled the legnth of' the Tornado live goes to Lake
from the field. Phillip Sawyerand Tornadoes played better, court to put BUS up 3430. Butler to take on the Tigers of
.If Kevin Miller each defense and improved their Phillip Sawyer hit from Union High in a contest before
Account Is Started bucketed 10 points to put three play under the boards. deep in the right corner to the UHS student body. The JV
Tornadoes in double figures OIlS doubled Live Oak 164 maintain the six point BHS will play following the 1 p.m.
Feb.
By 15, 1978, It The Tornadoes had a tough in the third period to build a margin at 3832. Hollis stole varsity game. I

Qualifies For Deduction time keeping up the first half, six point margin, 4034. BIts the ball again and drove in fora Jan. 31 the Tornadoesfinally
getting edged 13-12 in each of won the fourth period 16-11 for lay-up to put OilS up 40-32. return home to meet

On 1977 Taxes. the first two period but went the 56-13 win.Frazier BHS maintained at least a Bishop Kenny.
into the halftime Intermission Bass tied the score six point margin throughoutthe .MS II l> 14 14ft P

behind Just two points 2426. 26-26 with a lay-up off a pass fourth period to wrap up LO.Hli, *..a I-....,Hamilton 1281$1.41]..4.Millar| ,
The Baby Reds never could from Freddie Howe on the its third win of the season 4.1.10, Mollls, 1..10MIi 114, I.WV4T
John Watson III catch up in the second period, jump ball to open the second against five losses. a.0.to.H. Will. ,.. 2.M. M. W4ik.r' 1-.-..
.
most of the time playing threeor half. Hollis then hit from 18 Curtis Shell had 8 reboundsand T.'.'. I> ... .
four points behind. OIlS feet out on the right side to Phillip Sawyer 5. BUS shot .42 percent from

Phone 964-6686 was not working the basketball make it 28-26 to put the Baby The Tornadoes next play at the field of against Live Oak,
inside but was shooting Tornadoes ahead for the first Eastside tomorrow night hitting 26 64 shots.
from outside and getting out time. Friday( Jan 20)) at 6:30: p.m. Live Oak dropped to 4-7 for
the season in the game.



Girls JV s

HHHHIHBPMiu


;t '. 7 Afford aHome Beats PKYThe
Ocleb..3tg77 to
fAondoT, ? muies Able
9BIIIlhi1'
} ;-- + mft ', : y sewill4AH118,000by1 rbs, giris-."JV basketball n ,t
t bill sgtl defeated thE;PK: YoacuiJeaW.
r'Ir CassisHW charges h al, "des F Ire' help American kappa riccd out of home owners only the 38-24'Thursday'rtlght.Jan;' : 12?; a ,
clas5v The in Gainesville. }
dream
al" '' '' Sovcrnmcnt upportradilional well the middle be cab

I 7to 19HhearJvoairnd t CUennivteerrsfioty families home owncrs familics of afford.c averaleof sthPoromseprerous well "The team played well in
,h q' gS 1 t1u19d911ie3 7s boy Incomc ar now IPI' abl. to aao. t t streaks," said Coach Jerry rxr
,,
five years ,
Urban '10 or even ; ; McGriff. The win brought
and the / everage i home tr lhe thand of the last five yearicse pnreow their record to 2-1 for the'

Technology koming less the future. a ; season.
come are increasingly report jeclcd into Janet Easley was the high

scorer for the Tornadoes,
putting up 12 points.HI L
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: :':, II 41 14-11
Phillip Sawyer, number II, for
-I PKY 4 111 ,.a. goes up a t'rut'laithird period
ll.tlStlCSI basket which knotted the Live Oak game at ::11I-:11I111: the Baby
BMSi S. Oarl.y 4.1.f, T. Woody 111. J. Tornado five came from behind. Sawyer scored 10 points and
.sI.y. '...11.J.Williams.0.1,M. Noll). had 5 rebounds. I
... ....
H-T.V.Chmdlar 0.0.0. B iry J. I I

Handarion I.0.0. C. Jacobitn 4,'.0. K..
Wllll.ms, -.o. BHS Girls
"K Y, L. Sharp.. -'.;, T. M.llory, 0...4, Cagers I
*. Mallory "'-1, o. Cxtln ..1... L.
% N.Ck.r1044. J. owl.s. J-1-,.

Saturday, Jan. 21 the LoseAgainstPJY i
Tornadoes meet Florida D&B
v yT away and Monday Jan.23 they

1 face Buchholz at home.The The BUS girls basketball sometimes "playing well

game Is set for 6:30: p.m. team lost against a "very sometimes not" said Coach

\ l strong" P.K. Yonge team Jerry McGriff.
Thursday_ night Jan. 12.
.' 1 : :. z-I The Tornadoes could never
'
r_ ''"' outplay the P.K. Yonge team
n 1 rl .;r.. 4'" ;,w1Ni STARKE FIRESTONE but made most of their points
the third quarter.
471 ''I Ii :. US 301 N. Starke Fla. BHl I t II f.JJ
... ., PKV .141 15)1.40

C----..iyt Itarir., ,. 111'Ft! / !1'' ,, wa'I' ItlJ'iK,71' yn, 1" .St.llltlCfl HI. ...Cunr......0.. J.Willl.miO. 1.>,
I, lt4f fj) It+ r>rI4y'" +t4keF'y11r1' \ nk7 $588

-r. 5. Hudson 117 1. Barnes 000. 5.
Pirt Extra *P' Murphy 4-t-ll, C. William 000. SBiggs .
I.O.J, c. .
I IExciud.a Hawkins 00.0 R Wads-
II Undid *
The LEXINGTON .
worm 0.0 0 P. Crawford 000PKXi
l .Li Tu,..., 1.0.a, B. .|
4 BEDROOMS- 2 BATHS Oayi $ -11. T.
YES WE CAN More than 20 ....I.J II.C........1.I.1, Barnard 1..I.
... Fmnl-Wfiftl Dow/ Ctrl
j .build a new home -- UP TO 5 QUARTS MAJOR 1. .I. 5h.y.Id. I S. Jackson '0.IJ.
different models ,
IMPROVES TIRE MILEAGE I

for you with payments you can afford.available.. r=.]I.pJ: ] Complin BRAND chum 30' lubrication W/OIL' and HANDLING. AND CONTROL 10 BUS-I is currenlty 1-4./PKY Is

Choose _. "II Inipiot end /
the one iliitlng lutpintloncomponents
It's true! New home prices are higher this year your property Is ;STILL today's best Investment just right a.- all/change Holpi prolicl pinttnturn Adjust lot-In. Cltltf Tornadoes Friday. Jan. 20 the
than last. and, if the experts are right, they'll be an Investment that will grow In value year alter year.. thai c131 I I ""'' smooth, quit! pirforminctIneludti and e.mbor to mtnulictunttiptelllettloni meet Palatka 'at
-- home at 8
even higher next year. However, 'In spite of rising d right for / l light truck Hold ten cir p m. and Saturday,
costs, Jim Walter continues to custom build homes Build now! Jim Walter has a plan to save you hundreds pour family: I J Jan. 21 they face Florjda D&B
that most families CAN afford. and hundreds of dollar. Here's how It works: r ._. away. Tuesday, Jan. 24 they
We'll custom build four new home to almost any I' I' FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE play Lake Butler at{ Lake
Don't wait! Take advantage of this year' savings. stage from the "shell," up to 90% complete.. FOR APPOINTMENT 964-5078 Butler.
Build now and avoid the rising cost of material and We'll finish the outside from the foundation up, InGET ALL THE FACTS FROM JIM WALTER FREE
"Build, now I A new permanent home built on eluding two coats of quality paint.' Then, on the Inside TODAYI w. would Ilk. for you to a.. all ol Ih* mo,. Low Priced FREEMOUNTING
you tell us how much to finish. Where we stop than 20 qu Wcon/ .'frucl4xf euirom-Butff/ homes oltirtd Tires County Get
Is pretty much up to you but the more of the Inside by Jim Htlttr. W. would /like to fill you the exact co., Grind Pro' Holod.v MOUNTING May
A COMPLBTe LIMB' finishing' you and your family do, the less your cost and what your monthly mortgage payment would t>. lor
Of .CONO COTTA I U CO any ol our homtt tulll OH your property to IIIIh,'.* ttlfgo New
HOMH will be. YES WE CAN build together. and you'll ol /lnldo com pinion you c/loo.o. when you ri,.. 4 PLY POLYESTER WHITEWALL TIRES oat Rump
have a home you can afford. think you'll shoes Jim 871/13/ M0 II
r; ALL the licit and llgunt, too 071/14/
To make It even easier for you to buy yoLlr.new wades ll your bulldir. 'The Governor and Cabinet
$
H7I71467SU
/
71/14/
home, Jim Walter offers one-stop INSTANT mortgage I 12111 2518 approved Tuesday funds. of .
r k 117 F7I14ITSIS/
i ra financing to qualified property owners. / for
i r $11.424 Bradford County to
..._r n..u.,. Thers'no red tape and no "third party" delays' build boat
because your Jim Walter representative handles all / 28" Hulls/ a ramp at Hampton.1
Lake
located near Starke.
'
'isuNOie' ai" the details for you. He'll also tell you exactly what atobligattt.it': All Prices' Plus f 82 To 3.08 f E.T The money will be disbursed
Al smut SJ N./. ''. ,.. your monthly payment will be, before construction under the Florida Boating
begins.
Improvement Program, '
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RVT 4 WHEELER administered by the Depart
JIM WAITER HOMES IM.III.r?.... .m,.) ment of Natural Resources. .
Jim
< Watfer H o !VI ES I I would like to hors. "more Information, and the coil Shuford County Commissioner Dave ,

und.rtland 'he,. would said Wednesday
of building I
en my property.
I b. no obligation' t 0 buy and that you would g>. m. afternoon either the county the intendsto
improve
Jacksonville FI 32216 present
a. I lh... fact free of chord. tOotS 4." 43" boat ramp site off US-301 at

Ocala, Flo. 32670 HAMS .*. SR-18. or to find another more
O. Box 16965
P. l suitable site. The site .
I .1.1t I 1115IMS 4." 47" present ,
ADD.ISS '
only 40 feet wide 'Is sand-
6227 Phillips Highway P. 0, Box 954 I CITY _I"*_ _', STATI. .ZIP- wiched between a home and a .
57
1.41
,
vacant lot. So far the

} U.S. No. 1 South 3001 South Pine St.Ph:7323714 I ial.ph.n.n.lghtxn Ifrv..ute.' ( ,..is. >.) dr., t l.r.4_ X t i Pne.4! Plus. .l 'J..S-1S Ml $7511t I Imore has been land unable at the present to purchase county site. t

PI.T. .. Deed restrictions prohibit sale .
Ph : 733.3250 : l.wi tnpti+t : V.." T. ,I ", f ,80-1o f.225911 of the land to' the 'county,
: Shuford said.
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SCHOOL NEWS berry sauce, unit cup biscuits / CHURCH OF GOD
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Arbor Day will be : Sunduy and Mrs. Robert Lee.
Mr
observed and
Mrs Cecil
at Lawtey Elementary School TUESDAY, peanut butter, milk School 10 a.ro Worship Services by EUiabeth Terry Mrs Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Mrs and Mrs Charley Crawford spent a week
on Friday : Great northern 11 a.m and 8 p.m rIae flW3Ma.m. Daisy Bock, and Miss Lynn and
Motley family were
January 20th. Mr. beans rice, cole slaw, applesauce Prayer Meeting camping and fishing on
Wednesday 7p.m.YPE
Hank Cochran with the Whaley were Saturday Saturday evening supper Crescent Lake. While there
Division C1t Forestry will pre- milk. cornbread, butter, Friday at 7 p.m. and 7:30 pm. Choir PERSONALS evening guests of her Brother- guests of their parents, Mr. the McClellans spent Sunday
sent a program concerning WEDNESDAY EVERGREEN BAPTIST) Practice at 7 pm. and CORRECTION: Mr. and in-law and sister, Mr. and and Mrs. Lonnle Teston. with their slater, Mrs. Gladys
: Sloppy Joe Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Methodist Youth Fellowship Mrs. Mrs. Danny Luke to help Mr. and Mrs. John
Jr.
tree planting and the slgnifi* on bun Floyd Martin,, of South Tye Prlngle and their nephew and
corn french fries
caned Arbor Day milk.THURSDAY. Services 11 a,m. and 'Ip.m. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Daytona spent the weekend celebrate Mr. Luke's Birth- and children went to OrmondBeach niece. Mr. and Mrs. Burch
Construction work began pears Training Union 6 p.m, United Youth Fellowship .. with their mother, Mrs. hair and were Saturday field Miller and dauldllft'MarlYD
this week on a hard surface : Spaghettiwith Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 strong, have just Itniahedtheir Hester Hicks. and Mrs. Paul Grlffls of luncheon guests of Mr. and of Sanford.Mr. .
meat
court. The addition of this fa- tossed salad sauce, cheese, pm.FAITH 24 hour Rock-A-Thon and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil tirlffls Keystone Heights visited their Mrs. George Stork and family and Mrs G.W. Jackson
'' cUity will of bread milk., peaches, trench BAPTIST) Radio they have raised over (926.00, and family of Palatka were sister-in-law, Mrs. C. R. and visited Mrs Richard of Jacksonville, were luncheon
some new active to the Program on WPXE 8 ..m, The Methodist men are Sunday dinner guests of their Crews on Monday afternoon. Young and sons, of South guests of their daughter
curriculum as well as serving Sunday Bible School 10 a.m. having their regular monthly Mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. Daisy Thompson is Daytona Beach and were her Mrs Wendell Sanders and
as a recreational area for BIRTHDAYS Worship Services 11 a.m. and J meeting next Sunday morning sister Mrs. Daisy Boch and visiting her nephew and niece. dinner guests In the evening. children on Wednesday.
community activities. January birthdays-Victor 6:30 p.m Prayer Meeting Jan. 22nd, at 8:30 a.m. niece Miss Lynn Whaley, Jan. Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Padgettand Mr. and Mrs Earl Troxell Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs
Students In Mrs. Hamilton'sroom Massey 1-30 and Rena Hern- Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. HIGHLAND BAPTIST 8th. family of Starke for spent a week with their'CJ -In- and daughter Carrie 'Visited
are being recognized on don MS. FIRST BAPTIST Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Mr. and Mrs. HC. Crews several days. law, and Daughter, Mr. and their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
their birthdays with their LAWTEY School 9:45: am, Worship Services 11 a.m. and dp.m and daughter of Port Richey, Freddy Moore who was on Mrs. Dave Kelly, of Arlie Dobbs on Sunday af
names attached to a poster The Lawtey 4-H members Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m, Prayer Meeting Wednesday spent Saturday with their his way back to Hen- Jacksonville. While there ternoon.
cake on the classroom door. had an interesting learning Training Union 6:30 p.m night at 7:30: p.m. mother Mrs. C.R. Crews. We dersonville, N.C. stopped over their son-in-law, Dave Kelly, Mrs. Rossle Reddish and
Other rooms celebrate student experience at the January 5 Prayer Meeting Wednesday at LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday are happy to report that Mrs. and was a Wednesday night plans to go away on a business Mrs. Lea McClellan visited
birthdays 7:30:: p.m School 10 a.m, Worship Seevices Crews is guest of his parents Mr. and Mr. and
by special activities meeting. Representative of improving after trip.Mrs. Mrs Maxle Reddish
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The
at the end of the various the Florida Game and FreshWater delicious Church served a 11 a.m. and 7:30: pm. having had the Flu. Mrs. Fred Moore :fir: Other Robyn Warren, of and sons of State Farm on
months. Commission Lt. supper in the Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mr. and Mrs Terry Futch guests of the Moores were Whitehouse, was a Friday Sunday afternoon
Rudy Fellowship Hall on Wednesday night at 7:30: and their sister Mrs. Jewel Wade dinner of her
Along with a concentrated Howell[ and Officer Ed Tyer, p.m.NORTllStDE children of Jacksonville guest parents, Mrs. Wlndie Smith and
effort toward the development presented a night Dec llth BAPTIBTiSunday Beach, were Friday overnight of Tampa who spent the dayon Mr. and Mrs. Lester walker daughter Elizabeth of
of basic skills teachers often safety control.program on gun honoring our pastor and wife. School 10 a.m Wor- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wednesday, and their Mr.and Mrs R.Edwards Jacksonville, spent the
provide opportunities for The filmstrip, "Before You Rev. and Mrs. David Brown ship Services Ham. and 7 Tatum Jr., and family. Tom brother and sister-in-law, Mr. of Jacksonville were Sunday weekend with her parents,
on his loth Anniversary as a pm Prayer Meeting Wednesday and and Mrs. J.B. Boyer also of dinner of their
guests
students to enhance their Hunt" was shown. Several Terry went hunting parents, Col and Mrs. Wm Wilson.
Christian/ and In the ministry. night at 7 Tampa, who spent Thursday Mr and Mrs. B.L.
skills through classroom rifles and shotguns were used p.m. during the night. The Futch Wllkison Mrs Hester Hicks spent
and There were 32 present for the SMYRNA MISSIONARY family were Birthday dinner and Friday with them. Sunday afternoon
games puzzles other ac In demonstrating Sr.Dana with her
tivities. The PTO. provided and wrongs! in handling fellowship and enjoyable BAPTIST Sunday School 10, guests of their Aunt, Miss Mrs. Jack Estes of Brunswick Wilklson;daughter, of sister, Mrs. O.J. Anders.
$40 per teacher this year and firearms safely occasion a.m,Worship Services 11 a.m. Elizabeth Terry on Saturday. Ga., spent from Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilklson, Miss Billie Doreen Wilson.
classroom enrichment mater. We plan to one GRACE UNITED and 7pm, BTS 5:43: pm They went home soon after Monday to Wednesday with of Jacksonville spent a week left Sunday for Louievtlle.
Tab have been purchased by further In this go step METHODISTi Sunday School Prayer Meeting Wednesday at dinner so that they could Mr. and Mrs Hermie Kelly, with her Grandparents Mr. Ky. and will be gone for two
program by \
the teachers for students to planning a "learning doing' 9:45: a m. Worship Services 11 7 p.m. celebrate Terry's birthday at while her husband was In St. and Mrs. Donald Wilklson: wees. .
session that this .. Vlncents Hospital Her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and'' Mrs.
use.Ms. so area will __.. IN Jacksonville.Mrs. wilkison Roy
Daniel
Silberman's first have Certified Safety Hunters. were their Tomlinson of Bcllevlew.
grade
class presented a short play to U you are Interested In this I Southside Elementary News' Iat r Barry Watts and Mrs. Sunday dinner guest and visited their brother and
Ben McCulley visited her carried Dana home with ,
the second grade on Friday. program for any member of sister In-law. Mr. and Mrs

The students had seen the your family, please call Mrs. I January 13, 1118 which will be used to help this Dewey Decimal System of', Aunt.North Mrs.Florida Nora Grlder Regional,. In them.Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan ,llermle' Kelly on Sunday af'ernoon ,

movie "Caps for Sale" and Howard at 782-3010 or -Mrs. -SChedule of coming events school's program. The top five library Also, hospital Gainesville, on .,
they acted out the roles of the Stroud at 782-3910. for parents and students to be salespersons and the prizes they are learning to use different Sunday afternoon. ------------ ....._ ,
movie characters to the en- aware of: they won for their volume of reference sources for Mrs. Darlene Norman and
joyment of the other students. SPECIAL SPOTLIGHT Monday. January 23- sales are: Larry Nazworthwon reports and for general son, Mr. and Mrs. Junior
Students in Miss Cuttino's, The Lawtey 4-" Is grading period ends a G.E, tape recorder; knowledge.The Austin, and Mr. and Mrs. I
room got a change of activity especially lucky to have Mr. Thursday, Chuck Mullins won a library has received a Herbert Crews, of Marietta
recently when the school sche Edward Orleman as project Title I Parents advisory phonograph; Julie Fergusonwon beautiful new display case for were Sunday dinner guests ofMr. "Savmgyoumoney.
dule was reversed for the entire leader for electricity and Mrs. Meeting (watch for letter to a set of walkie talkies; showing various collections and Mrs. Leonard Norman
day. The activity Is not a Vertrlc Orleman as project come home with your student Tammy Griff( won a bionic hobbies, and items children and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
regularly scheduled idea but leader for sewing and quilting. telling time of this meeting) woman game' Scott Duncan bring from home At present, Norman and sons. That'sReason
the change In the regular Mr. and Mrs. Orleman have Friday, January 27,- won a Six Million Dollar Man we're enjoying Clare Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Harperand ,"ma w, aud,
routine seemed to have kept been married eighteen years Teacher Winkler's Dolls of Many
Planning Day (no game. daughter Karla, of
the students attention to the and have eight children. The school for students that day) -Ms. Cyndee Lawrence was Lands collection./ The dolls are Starke, spent Sunday afternoon No. 1 why we J
learning tasks In a rather family is very active in their Monday, January 30,= surprised by her second.third all dressed in attire with their Grandmother
unique way. church. Mr Orleman Is Report Cards will come: home grade students who gave her a, representing the countries of Mrs. Carl Prevatt, should do t
Lawtey Elementary students retired, but works part-time with students. birthday party January 9. their origin. and Aunt, Mrs Evelyn your taxes.
participating In the and is teaching our electricity .Southside thanks all parents These students are presently Southside welcomes Norman.
Minl-Decathelon In Starke on group to make a cypress knee and students for their help studying metrics and making Nancy Fullwood who Is Interning Mr. and Mrs. Larry We are income tax specialists. We ask the
Monday included Edward lamp, a small electric motor,. with the "footle sales drive'In fantastic progress. Next week in Mrs Sandra DuBose, of Decatur Ga.,
Crews Bruce Simmons, and a chicken Incubator. December. This project they are looking forward to Duncan's fifth grade from the spent the weekend with their right questions. We dig for every honest de
Phillip Lee Richard Badillo, Mrs Orleman is a very yielded more than$1,300 profit having Mr. Autry, Casste's University of Florida until the brother and sister-In-law Mr. .duction and credit. We want to leave no stone ,
Gerald Gullion, Anthony talented lady who cans, sews father visit their classroomand first part of March. unturned to make sure you pay the smallest '
Williams, Clifford Hilt and quilts, gardens and could leadmany explain how he uses -Miss Esther Casas, music legitimate
Barbie Newport. 4-H group projects. We Starke metrics in his work as a teacher, Is working with third,
thank this wonderful couple ElementaryNews pharmacist.Mrs. fourth and fifth grade studentson FUQUA Y'S CARPET tax.H&R
LUNCH MENU ,for their time and talent and Dorothy Leach and the production of "Sleeping BLOCK ,
MONDAY: Chicken with welcome them to their first her class welcome new Beauty," an operetta for CLEANINGPROFESSIONAL
rice, green lima beans, cran- year in 4-H service!III ) student, Lenn Crawford. who children, which will be THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE I
Students, start bringing in Is transferring from Lawtey. -presented at the April PTA 2 Ct ,
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those Campbell Soup labels. -Miss Claudette Peterson- meeting. They are currently ,
The class who brings In the Jeann Tyson's fourth gradeare figuring out costumes and CLEANING Stark. F''.. K.yslon* Heights
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girl's division for the 5th careers with emphasis on 1 -"Matt" Crawford who Is Ippointmtntt Available
'CONCERNED CITIZENSOF8RADFORDCOUNTY MT. MORIAII UNITED: grade, 5th place went to Mrs. making the students aware of transferring from LawtevBNFjr61cfradRt. Discount Open Tonight Ii
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*. ""Tuesday 7 pm. Prayer t;.*]..: lgsgw f{ p>p needed for different 1obs,'ae'l .... ,. .. -. .. . -t t \ .
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The regular meeting of the Meeting, Sunday School rt.. was :ft'd'place Veil 'as" th Ir' .t-.7 'Inj ft I ." 'f ,. -., -,-;', '
Concerned Citizens erf Bradford a.m/, Trustee Meeting 11 a.m. Mrs. Strong's class tention the variety of careers '(' ""
County will be held Jan. PLEASANT GROVE came in 2nd place and Mrs. available to them. _
26, 7 p.m., In the Day Care UNITED METHODIST McClelland's class came In -Mrs. Sandra Duncan's '
Center room in RJE complex.All CIIURCII i The Young Adult first place. fifth grade received library
hoard members! are askedto Choir rehearsal the first' and Results of the boy's division Instruction from Mrs Burney Low
please be present. second Monday 7 p.m The were as follows: 5th place Winkler in the library the costprotection
Young Junior Choir rehearsal Mrs. McClelland, 4th place week of January913. These
Silver Strand Senior each Tuesday 7 p.m., Wed. 7 Mrs. Reddish, 3rd place Mrs. fifth grade students are .;.
Citizens: Held their regular p.m. Prayer Meeting. Adkinson, 2nd place Mrs. reviewing the use of the card .' :
monthly meeting Wed., 1 p.m. Thursday 7 p.m. Bible Study. Strong, and Mrs. Goodall'S catalog and learning about the .
in the Day Care Center room. Sunday School 10 a.m. class won 1st place
Those have a birthday in this EBENEZER BAPTIST Results of the 4th grade
month were honored. CHURCH: Tuesday 7 pm. were as follows: In the girl's
Bible Study. Thursday 6:30: division 4th. place Mrs. .
CIIURCII NEWSCHURCH Prayer Meeting. Patrick, 3rd place Mrs.
Saturday 4 pm. The Mt. Kitties 2nd place Mrs. Baker
OF GOD IN "Sinai Women Board and Mrs. Hoffman's class
CHRIST: Tuesday 7 p.m:with will be held at New Bethel came In 1st place.
Sister Ruby Mae Fisher in Sister A. Davis Is asking Results of the boy's division againstthehighcost
charge. Monday. Tuesday and women board members to be were as follows: 4th place
Wednesday 7:30-8:30: : Prayer present. Mrs. Patrick, 3rd place,Mrs.
Meeting. Friday 7:30: Pastoral NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Hoffman, 2nd place Mrs. Ask
Teaching. Sunday School 9::30, CHURCH: Wednesday 7:30: Kittles and Mrs. Baker's class
Morning Worship 11 a.m. with Bible Study. Thursday 6 p.m. won 1st place Charley
Elder D.R. William In charge. rehearsal for Choir No.2. of
YPWW 5 p.m., Evening Sunday School 10 am. MUSIC NEWS E. cancer.
Service. Morning Worship 11 a.m, and
,MT. ZION AME CHURCH I 6 p.m. Auditions for the Spring/ John
Sunday School 10 a.m., GREATER BETHLEHEM musical, "Hansel and Gretel __
Morning Worship 11 a.m. and FREEWILL BAPTIST! will be held next Monday !'"A careless ace can cause
-I p.m. CHURCH) Services will be through Thursday.The results another I
TUG FIRST BORNcnu'u'l held Monday through Sunday will be posted on the music ....ht.JaI.i person ma.eulinity..andresult to lose his There are two terrible facts about cancer that every one ,"
OF THE LIVING nightly In preparation for the room door at 8 a.m. Monday, .
GOD: Tuesday 7.43: Prayer church's thirtieth anniversary Jan. 30. in a law, suit for must face: Over 600,000 Americans
Service Friday Tarrying $100,000 or more. The are expected to develop
Service. Sunday School 10:30: ANTIOCII MISSIONARY SCHOOL MENU usual 410.000 personal '.
a.m., Morning Worship 11-30: BAPTIST rill'HCII' : Babfllty policy .b no longer'' this dread disease this year.* Cancer can be treated -
YPCW 6 p.m., Evening Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer MondaySloppy Joe on adequate. Can the
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Pate 14 TELEGRAPH Jan.1$. 17*

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- LEGALS Methodist Youth Activities'
-- Brooker News


IN THE:CIRCUIT COURT FOR mars Road, Bradford County. to register said fictitious name
Youth Counselor.>> Acolyteswere
PERSONALSMr.
BRADFORD COUNTY BROOKER NEWS by Don Denton
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION No bid will be considered urv under the provMone of aforesaid Jeanette Prescott and Mrs. Paul D. Youth Director Stephen Little and Anne

Fie Number 787-CPI1-27S6)\ ) leesitiss' aubmltted the Official I statute.David L. Phone 4.-1715 Prescott and Johnny visited The youth of the First Loper.
Hughes owner
inn. L.J. Green at the
IN RE: ESTATE OF proposal I form provided by the Dated this 12th day of their uncle. Mr. Oliver United Methodist Church of was
BROOKER ELEMENTARY Clemons in Union County conducted the entire organ and Mrs. Drew Reddishat
of Starke
Gladys H. Chrittv, Deceased: Department Transportation. January, A.D. 1978 at Starke
Hospital on Tuesday Jan. 10. the piano. Mm. LeVon
Such proposal form and Information Florida. STUDENT COUNCIL worship service last Sunday
NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION regarding this Ca forBids ELECTION He's not doing as well as morning. Drivas directed the choir.
of 1/124tpd 22NOTICE The student body Brooker hoped Please remember him- Reddish led the Ushers for the service were
or inspection the -------------- Doug
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING buildings may be) obtained from Elementary School held an in your prayers. Mir program and was assisted by John Denmark, Nelson Greed
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS R.H. Johnson. District Administrator. OF INTENTIONTO election Thursday, Jan. 12, for Mrs. Eva Harrell, returned .j Mike Whlffen with the Richy Johns and Terry

AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Property Management REGISTER each of the following offices. Quincey this past Friday, to responsive reading and Carver.
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Section Florida Department FICTITIOUS NAME Elected officers are: visit her Doctor there. We Tammy Dental with the Members of toe Youth

INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: of Transportation Lake Pursuant to Section 866.00, President: Bradlee Cox; Vice- hope shell be well soon and morning prayer, Fellowship held a road block
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED CIty Florida. Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby President, Penny Jacab; able to return home. Please The following twelve youth for the March of Dimes last

that the administration of the given that the undersigned Secretary, Michelle Stilwell. keep her In your prayers. Employee Of gave thumb nail sketches of Saturday morning.

estate of Oadya H. Christy.deceaead. Each bid must be accompanied John W. Dukes, P.O. Box 206, Classes of Mrs. Pillow, Mrs. Mr. Clifton Mann, of the twelve disciples during the Weathering the freezing winds

File Number 78-7- by a Cashier's Check Starke Florida 32091, doing Watson, Mr. Ezell, and Mrs. Jacksonville, with his grand The Month service: John Denmark, Elise were Tammy, Todd and

CPU-2756I), is pending in the or other noncanceHaUa Instrument business)under the firm name of Nichols, will elect two representatives mother, Mrs. Mamie Johns, Stacey Denmark, Trade Denton. Chuck
OrciJt Court for Bradford In the amount of .100 "301 QUICK-STOP," U.S. :301, for each class to Markham and Sandra of Lake Pauline Lemire was chosen Kevin Miller, Scott Polk Williams, Vickie Carver and

County. Florida Probate for one hem or .60 each for two 2 1/2 mile South Starka. Bradford serve on the student council. Butler, }picked! up Mrs. by her fellow workers at Mary Anne Miller Jefi Stacey Denmark.

Dtviskm, the add_of which l a or more Items up to, but not to County. Florida 32091, Itesults will be reported next Markham s niece, Mrs. Cadillac Uniform Co. as the Lawson, Lynn Loper, Todd The youth presented Mrs.
Starke. Bradford County exceed 1000. This deposit Is a intend to register sold fictitious week Jeanette Prescott. Sunday, employee of he month for Denton, Vickie Carver and Pat Spengler. chairman of the
Florida. gurantea that the bidder, H name under the provision of SCHOOL LUNCH Jan. IS, and they traveled to December. As the top Greg Thornton. In addition to drive in Bradford County

The peraonal representative of successful will enter Into a aforesaid statute. Monday: Meat sauce with Center Hill to visit Mrs. operator she received: a certificate the above Trade Denton with approximately f 180.
the estate la Merlon S. written contract In keeping with John W. Duke, owner spaghetti, garden salad, apple Markham's brother, Mr. and of commendation anda Dirk Schmidt Canna Schmidt The youth met at!the Church

Harrington and William L. the terms of his proposal. Dated this 12th day of crisp french bread, milk. Mrs. Richard Pringle, and trophy. Each month an Patty Mulling and Jenny last Sunday evening and
Harrington whose address it 98 Deposits submitted by unsuccessful January A.D. 1978 at Starke, Tuesday: Bar-b-que beef, family lie's ill and not doing employee Is chosen and keepsthe Shannon made up the youth enjoyed an evening of

Fairway Dr., Ormond Beach, bidders will be returned Florida. string beans, buttered corn, well.We enjoyed the visit very trophy for that month. choir. fellowship and Bible study on
Fla.and P.O. Box 942 Keystone immediately following t 1/12 4tpd 2/2 bun, milk. much. Please keep him In Other operators that were The youth program Is under the early years of Christ'sministry.

Heights Fla., respectively. The determination of successful -------------- Wednesday: Fried chicken your prayers. runners-up for the award the direction of Rev. Goerge Mrs. Mabel Green

name and address of the personal bidders. NOTICEUNDER with gravy on rice,carrot stix, Mr. Paul Prescott and were: Helen Wells, Mary Lou Harper as pastor, Rev. Don and Mrs. Jacque Crews
reprawntatrw's turnip greens, banana., cornbread Johnny visited his daughter, Davis Jesael Tyson and Denton as Youth Director and furnished the youth with a
attorney FICTITIOUS NAME
are set forth below. The Department reserves the LAW milk.Thursday.. Mr and Mrs. Russell Thornton Charlotte Janee.MADISON Mrs. Oleeta Hardenbrook as snack supper for !the evening.

AH parsons having claims or right to reject any or all bids and : Beef, vegetablesoup and children, Sherry,

demands against the. estate are to waive technical errors as may NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN and saltines, apple Chris, and Russell of Starke ST. BAPTISTRev.

required WITHIN THREE be deemed best for the interest that the undersigned, desiring to sauce, tossed salad, cinamon Sunday, Jan. 15, for dinner. .Charles R.Swartz New River Baptist To Observe
of the State.PROPERTY. rolls milk. Sunday night January 15,
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
In business under the SUNDAY: Sunday School
engage Mr and Mrs Paul Prescott
Friday Homemade Pizza ,
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF fictitious name of BRET Er : 0:45: a.m.; Morning Worship,
THIS MANAGEMENT pear half, one half orange, and Johnny visited uncle 50th Year Jan. 25-27
NOTICE, to file with the JERRY'S ATHLETIC HOUSE at U a.m.; Children's Worship,
Oliver demons in Union
clerk of the above court SECTION green beans, milk, cookies, Church
a 123 South Walnut Street In the County Hospital In Lake 11 a.m.; Training.
RIGHT OF WAY
written statement of any claimor of Starke, Bradford County, potato chips. 6:13: Evening Worship
DIVISIONFLORIDA City Butler. He's still not doing p.m.; New River New Congre- the revival speaker. A sing
demand they have. Each NEW RIVER
may DEPARTMENTOF Florida, Intends to register the well. Please remember him In 7:30: p.m.Nursery. gational Methodist Church at will be held Saturday, Jan. 28,
claim must be In and 8APTISTCIIURCH
writing said name with the Clerk of the provided for all
and church services
TRANSPORTATION your prayers.We Haiford will be its special
celebrating
must indicate the beats for the The Acteens of New River
Circuit Court of Bradford services.
stopped by and visited will be held Jan. 29 followed
claim, the name and address of County Florida. Baptist Church held a bake WEDNESDAY: Midweek 50th year beginning with a
the creditor of his 1/122tchg 1/19 sale in Brooker Saturday Jan. aunt Myrtice Clemens after short revival Jan. 25 throughthe by a bar-b-cue.
agent or Children'sand
,_ LORETTA J. MARCHANT the service, 7:30p m ; is invited
leaving Her to at-
---HB--uno-mtm-HM-- hospital. 27th at 7:30 Everyone
:
attorney, and the amount GAYLE G.A. McREE 14. Funds received will be and Youth Choir 7:30: p.m., p.m.
claimed. If the claim is not yet NOTICEOF 1194tchg29NOTICE used for equipment for the visiting granddaughter with her.Give baby were Adult Choir 8:30: p.m. Rev, Dolphus Smith will be tend.
due the data when It will become SHERIFF'S SALE church library.
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due shall be Mated If the Notice is hereby given that I,
claim is contingent or un Dolph E. Reddish aa sheriff of OF INTENTIONTO Rev. Wade Bell .. ObituariesBessie
liquidated the nature of the Bradford County. Florida, under REGISTER Now

uncertainty shall stated. If the and by virtue of Writ of FICTITOUS NAME To Speak At Mr. Leslie Key Chllds. 84
claim is secured, the security Execution to-wit: I would rather have one little Mrs. Maude Onle Tucker 78 M.DavenportMrs.
shall be described. The claimant Execution Issued out of Pursuant to Section 86609. rone. Mr. Leslie Key Childs of
shall deliver sufficient copies of County Court of Bradford Florida Statutes, notice la Church Of God From the garden of a friend. Mrs. Maude Onle Tucker, Bessie M.: Davenport, Gainesville died Wednesdayin

the daim to the clerk to enable County, Florida pursuant to a hereby given that the undersigned Than to have the choicest: 78, of 212 North Bay St. in 92, of Bedford Virginia the ,Community Con-
the dark to mall one copy to Final Judgement for Town Helen Ughtaey, P.O. Box flower Starke passed! away mother of Mrs. Morris Carter valescent Center, after an
each personal representative. Finance Co. d/b/a Charge 107, Melrose Fla. 32666 and Rev. Wade Bell National Wednesday in the Starke of tit. 2, Starke died January extended illness.A .
All persons Interested in theestate Finance Co. of Bonifay Florida Donna Sullivan Rt.2. Box 1640. Representative of Missions in When my stay on earth must Nursing Home after an ex: 4 after several years of ill

to whom a copy of this and against William P. Reames, Keystone) Heights Fla. 32666 the Church of God will speakat end. tended illness. Born In Bradford health. native of Troy, Ala. Mr.
Notice of Administration has Jr. and Betty Reties, defen doing business under the firm the Sunday evening, Jan. County where she has Survivors include three Childs moved to Gainesville
'been mailed are required, dants. In the amount of 827.03 name of "PHASE 18 I II," P.O. 22, service at 7 p.m. at the I would rather have one lived her entire life Mrs. sons: Robin, Lewis and James five ago from Starke,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS together with costs of collec Box 107. Mel rose. Ra, 32666 Starke Church of God. The pleasant word Tucker and her husband Davenport of Bedford; five where years he had owned and operated -
M.E. Drake and
FROM THE DATE OF THE Intends to register said fictitious pastor. Rev. 'In kindness laid to me owned and operated Tucker'sBait daughters: Mrs. Earle Childs Grocery between
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS tion.Have seized and have in my name under the provisions of the church extend a warm Than flatttry when my heart and Tackle shop for Bowyer and Miss Mary Starke and Keystone Heights.

NOTICE, to file any objections possession the following aforesaid statute. welcome to the public to ii still many years. She was a Davenport of Bedford Mrs. He was a member of the
they may have that challengesthe described personal property to Helen Ughtsey, Donna attend this special service as And lift has ceased: to b*. member of the Pine Level Elsie Yonka of Cincinnati Hampton Christian Church.
validity of the decedent'swill wit: Sullivan owners. well as all services in the Baptist Cliurch.; Ohio Mrs. Morris (Roberta)

the qualification of the 1970 Ford 4 door Sedan Dated this 19th day of church. I would rather have a loving .'"he I I" survived by her Carter of Starke, and Mrs. Survivors include three
personal representative, or the I.D. No. ON51K133904 January A.D. 1978 at Starka. Your search for a friendly smile husband! Mr. Edward Tucker Frances Wozny of Wheaton, daughters: Mrs. Bernice
Florida. church will end at 422 N. St. From I know 'of Starke one daughter: Mrs.
venue or jurisdiction of the friends are ; Maryland 19 grandchildrenand Helton of Ft. Pierce Mrs
1/19/ 4tpd 219NOTICE Clair Street, Starke. Ida Mae Reddish of Waldo
court. Aa the property of the above true ; 38 great-grandchildren. Mary Blair of Ft. Pierce Mrs.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. named defendant and that on ------------- Than tears shed 'round my 'three step daughters: Mrs Pallbearers were her Eleanor Humphrey of Ft.

AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Monday the 6th day of OF INTENTIONTO News casket I Komildii Pippen of Killeen, grandsons, Carlisle and Pierce; a stepdaughter, Mrs.
FILED WILL BE FOREVER February, 1978 at twelve o'clock REGISTER Girl Scout When this world f bid Tex., Mrs. Nurma Jean Davis Carnelle Davenport, Robert Marie Taylor of Gainesville.

BARRED Noon on said day on the FICTITIOUS NAME adieu. 'of Trenton, and Mrs. Edna and Walter Yonka, David Three sons: Athal S. Childs

Date of the first publication of premises of the Bradford CountyJail Pursuant to Section 866.09 Hickman of Starke; three Carter, John Whorley Robert of Lake Worth Leslie A. and
this Notice of Administration: Yard I will offer for sale and Florida Statute, notice la hereby by Carolyn Eaves Blossoms/ bring to me today, 'sons: Harold Norman and Ashley and James Bowyer. James W. Childs, both of Ft.

January 12. 1978 sell. to the highest bidder for given. .that the undersigned ( Whether pint. or,.red or 'Ovid Norman.both or.WSldot, Funeral services were heldFrjiday Pierce. ., .
M.S. HerrinSon cashJn,hand,jhe .above :'den', s' Robert L.Miner.1103 Eol.Ct>-The Senior. Girl Scouts in whit.''"' "", t'drn i *and AU8Retl Normav \ I Cf"'L 'January 6. tTY"
William scribed ZTA I Bel Ir Public'fte"' 'd rather have blossom Stark ; three step sonll': 'Methodist
L. Harrington property of said Street Starke, Ra. 32091 doing one Nicopolis Church Two step sons: J.P. Taylor
As Personal Representative of defendant to satisfy the aforesaid business under the firm name of lations Aide Bar explored now.Than 'Charles and! Edward Tucker with burial in Nicopolis of High Springs and Leon
the Estate of Gladys H. Christy, Execution "APPLIANCE SERVICE CO.," three phases of public re a truckload when J both of Starke. and James Methodist Church Cemeteryin Taylor of Ft. Pierce; 17

Deceased Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff 215 East Call Street Starke, lations Jan. 16. f'm dead. Tucker of Columbia, S.C.; one Bedford. Updike Funeral grandchildren; 15 great-
Bradford County Florida Bradford County, Florida, First they toured the .I sister: Mrs. Ruby Alvarez of Home was in charge of grandchildren and 2 great-
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONA. 1/12 4tcha 22INVITATION 32091. intends to register said Bradford Telegraph office ------------- Starke, 28 grandchildren and arrangements. andchildren.Graveside .
great
REPRESENTATIVE: .------------- fictitious name under the provisions where they viewed the dark "In time and place a harm- '18 great-grandchildren.. funeral services

Dudley P. Hardy of aforesaid statute. room saw the press in motion, lets lie is a great deal better Funeral services were held were held Sunday at Bell
P.O. Drawer 1030 TO BID Robert L. Miner, owner. and were informed of the than a hurtful truth." 'Friday at 2p.m. in the Chapel Cemetery with Rev. W..W Hill
Statke, Fla. 32091 The board of County Commissioners Dated this 17th day of basic format of putting the Roger Ascham J of Archer-Tunner Funeral conducting the services.
together.They Starke with Rev Roman 174.q'h'rl I d.vllrirsr
Telephone: 964 5701 of Bradford County January, A.D. 1978 at Starke. paper Ji Williams-Thomas Funeral
11122tchg 1/19/ sealed bids then toured:! WPXE Alvarez officiating. Interment .
Florida will receive Florida. nt' lllt., Home'of Gainesville was In
Radio Station and were able to 'followed in Conner
------------- until 10 a.m. Monday. February 1/19 4tpd 2/9/ "Nothing under the sun Is Cemetery, charge! of arrangements.
watch live broadcasting under the direction of Archer-
6, 1978 for: ever accidental. Q. E. Leuing J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT --------------
One VAL 13 B: VAL-2 4'x6' Two CiaineHvllle Sun re Tanner Funeral Home of
EIGHTH CIRCUIT COURT OF applicator and TC-2 Tem- NOTICE porters. Bill Shields and John ::: <:::1:>>:::: : :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Starke.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR :
PUBLIC HEARINGA Schmidt then met with them SISTER MARY
BRADFORD COUNTY perature OVERALL controller DIMENSIONS 48" HSRA.: to help write this news re #\\t x Chad Of Thanks '1 1o { a

8'4" long. 6'4" wide, 3'9" high. public hearing will be held at lease. They gave them some ; :L PALMISTPAST
CIVIL ACTIONIn 230 the City Hall, Starke Fla. insight as to some of the : mm' x ;>>; .1
60 service or -
GLISSON.re: The Marriage husband of LARRY and F. volt ampere single phase, 60 cycle Monday!, Feb. 6, 1978 at 5 p,m. procedures used in writing( a To our relatives neighbors PRESENTFUTURE

supply. for the following purpose. news article. and friends, we would like to s.i. HELPFUL ADVICE ON
BECKY FAY GLISSON, wife. power
Case No. 788NOTICE Production speed: Approximately Placing a mobile home at the We will look forward to take this opportunity to thank ALL AFFAIRS
Nor signs 24" x 24" per following locations: more input from the Seniors each and everyone of you for LIFE LOVE
hour All Parties Will Be Heard At This .is they continue working on the many comforting words, i. Lake City MARRIAGE BUSINESSINPRIYACYOFMYNOME
OF SUIT Flan
the Aide Bar The Seniors
Time. are food and flowers
Ph
NO PROPERTYTo And individual price on each prayers SEEP : 752-0228
Post Sign Materials etc. that Located North of 601 N. involved with troops ofBrownies during the extended illness
Glisson P.O.
Becky Fay
: and Juniors
Thompson St and we and bereavement of
our
OPEN
all Federal and State 7 DAYS
Box 873, Starke Florida meets In old Bavaria children were
want them to let us know w hat
Hubert Cooper father. A special thanks to
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Regulations. is sprinkled with flax seed Located on Hwy. 90 W. Lake City, Fla.
All of Block 4 of Temples Add.to happening.Crxikies Rev. Jim Countryman Rev .
an action for Dissolution of Gilberts. Brown arrive Jan. :24 to make them thrive. '5" Reading For '2' With This Card
Clerk to the Board the Town of Starke Except Donald Willis and the Archer-
Marriage has been filed against 1/122tchg 1/19 Lots 1 1,2,3 Thereof, Accordingto Everyone be ready and don't Tanner Funeral Home of
you BECKY FAY GLISSON and forget to call order if
in
,. the plat of Said addition as jour Starke.
are required to serve a --------------
you copy the same) appears of record in you were missed during the The Burke I.
of your written defenses, if any order taking."Absence .
deed Book G. Page 304 Public Ellington Family
OF INTENTIONTO
to it, on the plaintiff's, attorney, NOTICE
Records of Bradford County --------------
whose name and address la REGISTER
Fla. sharpens love;
DUDLEY P HARDY. Esq FICTITIOUS NAME AI Crosby, Chairman pretence strengthens it,"
Pierce ft Hardy, P.A, r
Board
Starke Zoning Thomas Fuller
Pursuant to Section 86609,
P.O. Drawer 1030 Merrill Edwards Les.ues.eii
Florida Statutes notice is here
Starke, Florida, 32091 Clerk
and file the original l with the by given that the undersigned City 1/19/ "Prevention is the daughter of
clerk of the above styled court Thomas E. Ryan P.O. Box Itchg intelligence." Walter Raleigh RENTACA'R

on or before February 13th 1510. Alachua. Florida, 32S1S. -
1978 otherwise a judgementmay doing business under the firm

be entered against you for name of "SPECIALTY d
the relief demanded in the BUILDERS" 2117 North Lets get KEN TEAL s '

complaint or petItion. Temple Avenue Starke,
WITNESS my hand and the Bradford County Florida 32091.

seal of said Court on January 9, intends to register said fictitious

GILBERT 1978. S. BROWN. name aforesaid under statite the provisions of It together.O By The Day- Week- Month Or Year

As Clerk of said Court Thomas E. Ryan owner, CARPETS FOR PLAY

By: Beulah M. Moody, As Dated this 5th day of January.A.D. Carpet manufacturers
Deputy Clerk 1978 at Starke, Florida. are continually Innovating -.tars

1/12 4tchg 22CALL 1/5 4tpd 126NOTICE presenting new
..------------- Ideas In printed floor
-------------. coverings. Some are designed -
OF INTENTIONTO
FOR BIDS REGISTER especially for
nurseries others for
FICTITIOUS NAME
Sealed bids will be received at Pursuant to Section 8G609, kitchens and tome for

the County Court House, Florida Statutes notice is here playroom major At least one

r \ County Commissioners Room by given that the undersignedDavid manufacturer is
f making carpet whichare
No. 129. Starka Florida at 11:00: L. Hughes. P.O. Box S27.
giant gameboardi forUM
I am.on the 26th y of January, Keystone Heights, Florida In pl.yrooms.c.rpet .
I 1978 for the demolition or 32666, doing business under the I Is the todayhappening
removal' of buildings and other firm name Of "DAVE'S
In floor covering
improvements on Section ELECTRIC ft AIR CONDITIONING '

r 28607-2601. The Improvements ," P.O. Box 527. taking*. Manufacturer the lead In setting are See Clyde Today
located within the Bradford
are proposed Keystone Heights. '
decorator
right of way of Crawford Settle- County Florida 326E6, intends No reason to be puzzled about where to go home Carpet should be style more And Rent A New Fairmont Or Thunderbird At

,
for professional Insurance service. From man |Just f oncf lon.l..th.y

Check Our Complete Line Of coverage to claims, we're In your picture. should be the center of the

I KITCHEN CABINETS We're economical too. decor.Be sure to look over our

Auto Home Business large Inventory of carpet TERWILLEGAR

It WOOD/ before choosing. Our
,I l
_. JORDAN AGENCY AT STARKE courteous salesmen will

f., I PANELING be happy to confer with
I on making the right
you
] .e MOTORS
i
( election.

J .
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t.V DEDICAItO TO SERVING YOUR INTEREST .
U8llJl JOHNSON CO. ToalTilvCrCarpet 206 w. Madison. 964.7200. Starke Fla:;

M4-7tt 301 N. Across From Pizza Hut Starke 964-6237
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below It a partial JIM el 471 k.yIQIWHII. 53J -. Klngiley Uk r
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FOR SALE: Maid. 1(73, TWO HONDA.. CB 200, EXISTING MORTGAGES QUALITY MAGNETIC ACREAGE FOR SALE, 7 FOR SALE Diamond ALCOHOLICS: ANONY. CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIEI.
whit. 1 deer, Tape deck. T26 ... ... rack, cover, caalana Leaking ta .bay lit or tadmortgagee SIGNSI Grant eenetaatadvertleing ac.... 3 mUea East el ..dlec far icy eteree, aver MOOS Pbeaa 944-4B94 ar ) W. are new I
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38U. It.... 114_ !.!./!!... _..______ ........ mortgage ........., 119CAMPERi_ ._ L.HAY...).(1.60 Mathews"per bale., 984-7941.P. W. also. bay froeaera, TANK SERVICE ........ J
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.. Starka *
Twa ... 205 Temple A. ,
)TRUCK 40. Fnnt !: TREE
FORD hal
l 72i ft tea.8WB OP STARKEt .,,110I. Call Gala.. BeD or 14 1/12 ZIPS 119SEVERAL electric. stove end "........ pnmp-aala j
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$ /..
(1400. Alee 1MBV year er swaps oorvlco. ,.......... Phone. SERVICE: Paeaa Iraeatremoving
Susukl. dealer. 37341(3. ...... .. Named Slide la track : GraIn Dah..... DlneaaaU P.....
W, 1550 Phone. 4..111 ., 1246 ifl., ft. ITEMS) 964-"121. .tpd .... at Par.. it'...
9644261. 1 |/I Mil .. 9(441020. 1640 Heath 1/13 4lkg 2/2 type. BeU-aeBtaueod. ..... led. keel far Iraoior, ana 964-7923. tIchgWATSON'S will tine..... p... )IIt', al
..., 1301 South I. LWB. ear 10.000 BTU Suaakl. lor ....te.... 19 1 DISABLED VETERAN babe. breaking. and ...,...
---- .. If/cha; WANTED TO BUT Mobilekeen GI...... Air Ceadltleaer.: 9848806. Ford Calaxla. Soot good HOUSE. OF WU.... ant year garage I new growtk,yleldJna. a mere
1!76 TORINO. T.. deer, .8. ft. I sales. aad tires TOP Itpd 1/19_ ._. ,.... .. .. aadbody. VACUUMS, M.., breads.' allowed .. .keep .... unwanted praoI...... eat .r Free
16.000 ..I..... ,w..,. aad .lead fOR SALE ((( paid, Pkoaa L.... City, k Pb... RJW. Heraay, BOW "....... ..... J..... 473-1406. __.t... ,..... G:::....11.. .
AM/FM. P/S. PIB. A/C. nccee.. collect, 7314900 after (.40 TOOLS AND VARIOUS Jr. .U" IS. 1/12 Xtpd lilt machines. ........1.. Export 173-T9S9. TREE TRIM
l.lka.. N.w. Mjoo .1.| ... .. Hwy 1 call. 7324652. '/'' Stpd 3/2 ITEMS I cylindercampreaaar. .._..all ....... Pnrla and tf/cliK REMOVAL. STUMP i"
Ph... BATHi CB Homo.. S _...... lar all MING.
473 2733. tf/el!! K.,... t 110/220) nertsaower NEW BUSINESS NOW vacuum SEPTIC TANK GREASE REMOVAL, FERTILIUNQ.Itn .
"bath, ., clone. ta Slarke. H.. WANTED) Used refrlgTratara Jack; S drawer OPEN) Career SR-225W aad .,._.. 404 NW 10th TRAP elenaeata. new U..., 9tpd 1/14
PLYMOUTH DUSTER name, ..... ea preaerty. .......... _... la waesled tool! e.....'. chap US 301. heart cl Lawtey, A....., CaktenOla.. .PbaaePERSONAL .........Ia. Joe Pereytk, -

1976 22,000 nil.. (1100. CH/A .. 473-4061 alghta. 1 tpd goad ....ltIe.. P...... Dak'. vise) r' cklll saw 1 retoctable .. Opea ."1,. I .... ta 0 ,... 378.7110.: tl/rh" .. 431-IOXX. All ......... SEWING MACHINES
P/S.P/B, A/C. C.B 46A' 2054 acaped, !!_ mere Hsceanl. at 9647923.tlcka ..t...... Hgkti I/2 Poblle aucUea every. apprecfcued.. 3/31 tl/ckg REPAIRED Al makeeeloaaad. ;

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Phone HOMEi yr* MiSCEllANEOUS" ...., hoavyf thou aaw.varleaa welcome 1/12 &l/c". 1 Evaryeaa la. laaarablelImmediate (1.Work ......t.... Jamae
()LIP$ 98 GOLD SEUANi S BR, 1 katka. Garage, taela aad ante """. WELDING A; DIESEL coverage by Stricblaad.raa.r. el M_...
172. P/S A/C, electric TWO .CH/A. aew carpetn, 1/2 I- chain kola Make .rr.... Call YARD SALE; ; Everyday ... .. repair. Gregory p....... JOE USHER Road and Hwy l 0. tl/.",
windows. and. 6 war *..t*. b.... ( all 301. S2SJOO. P...... .47J-I09I after 1 p..... Sal.. rain ar aklnai. I mil. west ..fL..t. Harris Welding. Rt I. B.. AGENCY 496-1126 ar 4..-
". trunk lid, good. t......, 9644M5S. Itpd 1/19. _. FREE bitt.TO..GOOD HOME, Jaa 21. Itcha; 119HEAVY ., .. SR223. Ph... 61-B. GI.. St. Mary, Pkeaa. 2903.BILL'S. MAINES INSURANCE
Fear .
tilt .10.,1., Sft.OOO mile.. one.J.f'" 7(24978. 1/12 5lpd 2/9 2734669 .. 275-2456. 1/12 AGENCY 100 Saatk Lake
A/M/FM .t..".. Real cI..., NICE MOBILE rfceno. 964-76H4. It SEARS DUTY 119SERVICESi ..
'ARGENTINA BAHIA 2tpd SAW. SHOP Cam- A..... P. .. 4M4978.Phoaa .
1600. Call 9644191. home ... ) 2 BR. CH/A.washer. WASHER) All fabric.avacada ..
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plate efctrpealag .
... .1.. real FREE TO GOOD HOMEi HAY highly. fertHlaod. Baa TV...
....., I 100. Call alter 4
.r96i564.rh.1tpjj9:! : Married .. ....It.... Lively black. fluffy. .... Syra. P...... 9644237 .. 782-31163 Antenna.....I.U... circular hood. carbide. mokila.. ...... beads aad
Phono bay. .m. 9S4-639O. Itchg 1/1' .blade ....... _... .........
TOYOTA COROLLA '1074 !. .. ..Quall&'l ..,.U... old. Ha toga. 9644801.I.Fd p. ... Patrick 1/12 llpd 1/19 Service nil TV make. nadbraada. skeIn. mower. .101 3/17
balanced Leave
4 speed., 51.0UO miles. need* 2tchg...1/20. IIlNEEDS r, GE STEREO CONSOLE ---- 47.ill ..l luhg!! -1/19 at ground.IIC....and. Balldlag Snppry.Starka .. tl/chg t
.Body. ....... 1200 and. ........ US .. with AM/FM ..d.... Good BY OWNER. lacy. with CASH I OR GOLD St..I1.... ar K.ot... Helgkta. NEED CASH Wa key Jnak. .
payments .. .8./.... Good couple 3 GOOD hOME 1 yr. ......It..... MO. Ph... 847822 well, oeptl leak and 200 Jewolry.. dinmoadu. c.I... .....pickups and e........ Joe
condition ...e..II. ,.. Ijcfcg / ....., I bath. CH/A old part terrier. Used tofraa.d alter 1 p.... Upd 1/19 amp. trailer koek-ap. ... SR dental. gold. Will visit yea tt/ckg s..... Ray Pettkt. ....-.ISI .
... Good coadHioa. yard aad children. 230A. 9644239. lilt Ztchg .. .... .
Ph... 98441020. 1/19 2Uk( .., .. Pho. Mr.Klltman. JR. REAMES HEATER .. 4982829.4 tf/rhg
.. 4733487. Upd 1/19 186-6371.ltehL 1/19_ ITEMS Thome. 126FIREWOODt 475-10)19.) 1/3 t
1/26_ TWO ...-___-- 4lpd CLEANING AND REPAIR
HOME GOT A TASTE FOR AD. World.. Gtoko bar, large alas. (20 per .load. I/26 Wmter .la ...... Ha time lakava INSURANCE tu..... laaaraaea ,
lot. 1 .. HOUSE; two VENTURE Tea will Ibid. "Itla brought. from Italy, ZOO. (5 ceats pound. year keaUra andtturaacee Agaacy. F......
HELP WANTED per
...... ..00.., concrete block the Navy. Travel ta exciting EUREKA vacuum c..I.'... pecans 9644210. alter 4:30 ... SAW SHARPENING; Drop cleaned andchecked. eel Dealera Beak Baidlag.Pkeaa .
Itpd_ / .... 210' Ir..t... ... ,...... Work oa space altacfcmoBla Included. goad. oil. at Ace Hardware In Call .II'. n..... 496.S10I.Lake Bailor
.lot ea 100 south 3/4 mile. ego equipment. Get tap _.It..... ,as. Phone 648571. .!,-! !!-_ __ Keystone ar fianltkn Service 681-3326 ar 904-962. 10/11
Mink School ...... Unitedopenings SMALL nl Rante 1$. Vita benefits. career training Itch, 1119_ PATIO COVERS 10.20 roc Station M.I..... I/5 4tchg today. tfl.y-

now, good. pay suitable Itpd...1/19_ and. a great r.t.... For more homo. and mobile he..... 1/26 71,1
1611.00 par month Travel, ...pl.. MOBILE HOMEt ,...65 Information,' contact Chief HEATERS Wood h..t.... (199 .Installed.. (159 unlastalled. ------ ._ WATCH A JEWELRY .LET US MOVE YOU..
Adventure. Vocational, depoalt.. totally eloctrb CH/A. 3 Kelly,3714289.Or see ana atBradford portable ....a... heaters.drralatmg GATOR ALU. ADDITIONS Garages. Drywall REPAIR Wedding la ..1' Lake Butler park

trskilngF.sI Advancement. alter. ..!.,l 2 bath cal 49645O4 Square M.....' 10 ....t.... electric. MINUM. Phone 3729767. ....k. I Free Estimates. .mvltnUane sod ......"1... free al efcargelSlagla
opportunity. fall collect BR .... 6 pja. '/'1 4tpd 2/2 ..... ta 2 p.m.) Thursday 1 heater. Also electric cad. 4620 N.W. 13th St.,' Gala.vW. ..- 12 year ..,..Ie.... Call K.,..... .I........ 11/13
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11.H. Navy Recruiter 3726209. p.m. ta 5 p.m. 1/12 lltckg' gas .ta... and ..,rI......... .. 8/Il tf I.I-!! __ Farkee. 466-2367. 1/12 widen only. wa wil
Regular 8R-121, I tl/chg anchor. keok-ep
Military block
4/23 BARGAIN CENTER: 301 Jtehg" 1/26
eompeniatlon.unllorm, lead, Butler FOR RENT Seath Sf| .Starke. 9644U7. GUNS FOR BALE ZZ'.. GOOD PRICES PAID far ... ../....... All far enly. .
lodging. 30 day. paid 2126.ar !! and SB's. sold nt REMobeLINGt "IfIt' (30/montk rental.Call .
I I.ETME: : SHOW YOU hew. tf/chg 25'. HOME aaad mobile. ...... II ...rt.
vacation, compute medical $ APARTMENT make. IA .osthparttIm. Dahmar'aDac.unt.tgUTILITY_ In the home, we dc It!" gage I. I'" paid or mere.OLIN'S Udayt
t. .INMI
plan dental. .. plus per OLIN'S MOBILE
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Apply COWS
enly no pate. cewo, Plumbing electrical.reeling MOBILE HOME
.. .. call 4R5-I474.
397.50 per month etartine; t. N. Church St. tl/chg heifers. 1 bull call. 3 BUILDINGS All nddltooa. HOMES
etc.
room 9645606. Open 7
SALES
for E-l. 1/5 4Uhg l2MASTER Butler. '. '!!. !!PiL!!!!____ 100 Went
pay .....t... eld. First 700. aluminum. prewired recep- Goad work at a reasonable. days wield. tl/ck I
-- -. -- --- ---- 2903..!!! APART. Carpet Inatallallen, repair. Phone 964-6743. Upd 1/19\ tablea,light ...Ileh... Ughta preset, relerancea.. Pb.... 964HOS7. Htarko
) 2 rooms X-TRA Experienced I. nil pb...., tongue and groove floor, 1/12 Itch. 2/2 BRASINGTbNCadillac 96456041
2 la town, handy. .. city, 'would like part time work at FURNISHINGS New aid. delivered. and. ..t up.financing mobile
to iMKroi.ocistiPreferred: ; mall, ...., Vo-Teck. Starke eight and ... "..k..d.. Call amid living room aultes, new available. up ta 48 OFFICE 'MACHINES: -and : Old

; will For conolderjunior lnfphone .. 4!!.:!. !! C.urt, 301 N. (77 .!!-II2I. 1119 Itchg r and. aaed mattrenaos. many montba to pay 60 .Ia... cash ..&Iot.,.* eervleed.Frank' Sales & ServiceF'insSekctionOf

4752211.operator. ..... to .....964-7143.. : ....Itchg I/14 other it.... BARGAIN Suiukl. ol Storks. ,964- 020 er Office M........, Used FAULKNERE
5:311 p..... ar 75.2853 ...... b....... .DO YOU NEED a .week......?- CENTER, *.l South ..rStarb. 9!!!'!!!!" 5/12 tf/chg Phone 7S21020. 1/12 Stpd Cars Taken On
...... BEDROOM MOBILE keeper one Icy a ., 964-6679.' tl/clig 2/9
Auk roc Dorla. tl/chg ZitS ) la country chaks- Local. 1'.1........ available, .: BAHIA HAY) Argentina, Cadillac Trade

964-6861. Uchg 1/19 _coll 498-2743. 1/19 Itchg WOOD BURNING STOVE highly fertilised, phone 964- 2001 N.W. 13 378-5301 A
AP A and domestic. Ctll 7/21
Imported >71 tl/chu.
IMMEDIATE. VACANCY ... BR MOBILE HOME I. FOR SALE 1-743-0148 far Information. LONUC11AMP GAINESVILLE ", L

teacher ol remedial math .. .. .. .,., with AC dl.... and store h...... Wood Stove Home and Building -- 126 S.Water St.Stark. .
and Engllxh ...UI. for CETA joining. .., (110 mo. Phone 964- Store, 1506\ Beach Beojla- Materials Florid T
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program etudenta. (8 hour. U.S. .. ....-11261. Uchg 1/19 FOR SALE) Draperlea, ".....Jam.,12207. l/19Ztchg W.It! Drilling ... .II08S
.C....... ta b., held Monday Starke. likerglnaa for eliding glassdoor. 1/26_ -WE BUILD- Y
md Thvrxfcy Wenlnga from FOR RENT In .. SUe S2" long. 44" .- Your Plans Or Our I
11O p.m. at Union County: ....... are*. T... ...... ..Id.. Alee throe wladewat 2" thru 6"OoF'as \
land
*' 230. Flat Your Lot Or Ours ,
apt. !
Job aba. In- '44", W. S2 wlde" 36"! 6'/iACRK8-8K OP.N8ATURDAY\\: \\ .aI0a.r.p "
lll.h School. cluded.. ...... 1,>ath.,. .b.. .. 8337 ,...... (304HMI.fir : ) .... "
cludea career cou..U.. .., .... '"'.' T" "trI.II. Fall 47S-3067 lorf with J pl.. -FREE ESTIMATESRemodeling \. Rotary., : s I
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"providing occupational Information ... .I d/ ... '''1'1'1 1 ln/eetjoi.lndl/! : /> ..:..., .,. I'h.adf1-a13P49dtW. .: Home 1 I. ; ; t '1 .

placement and Templa Tompla FURNISHED FOR SALE 25" 1976 .!..!.!.J.IJ"-IE.! !! ..!!!8ARG Repairs Drilling qulpn\en\\ Doable with 21'Wide/ acre.Mehfle Maay Home... I
Additions
services. needed. A 964- Meterala TV. Call 473-3067
-other .j for rent. Phone treat I
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valid Rank II or higher Itpd 111._ far I..p..tlo. aid price, TiiAi i Sec Homes Bought STATE LICENSED -- --

Florida Teaching certificate AIL BLE FEB. 1) ,.Itidjni9| ___ HAYt Highly' lertflaed. 8a Sold TradedACREAGEFOR 'sea...SC CCC se Cemmerclsl Property with

elementary or aecondary. I. ... .... Village Apart- GOING 'OVERSEAS) Must per .bnkt.. J.M. U......., --- PumpsNew ..., 1200 .q. It. bide.
required, prior teaching .t.. 1 BR. modem fur ....lIle. Singer Future Phone 964-5379. 1/12 4tod. (13400.

experience preferred la. CETA ., AC carpet ....... sawIng machine, automatic. 2/2 & UsedSaIes'PartsServc4 - -
leaching baric atudente.skllle. to Submit die.advantaged school ABLE Joe.1Iott'A.. walled. ........ patla, push buttonn, top medal. -.- .-..--- STALE Nice lot wltk elder ......
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letter ol application or .... -....., parkIng. 315 W. Need someone ta take overpayments -..- that need repair. (...1100
.. .... Phone 9644601 .f 612.83 -- -
Mr.Ihomae .. p.r "' 0.
apply In person ta .. 8 n.m. tf/chg" or pay balance. el 28115. OFFICECLEANING BOOTSAT 0046853Highway E-Z Terms 3BR frame "0... OB ap-
E. Rymer, Funda, Pkone 964.7084. Itchg J/19! 301 Soutk. pro.. one ..1'. I. t.....
Principal Union County P'o. iili :-CAMPER" Caieh. .t.* >v.. )4>.**>4>*>4)J.4lPlumbing (16400..
Adult Education: or V.1m.Bro..nln. .. CASH REGISTERS: : NCK 2 Starke

., ('ETA Coordinator ......... .. rent... Totally aa premises.......10.N.... Total H department, |200 C arradine'slIIGii'l1 *ww4t4i4> .. 21* .acre.--with- -alee 3
Room 206. tJnIonCounty Janitorial Service |wOw4)4l
per Them
964-S764..
Phone 9647357. each Phone Bedroom ...... Several
Courthouna. 119EMPLOYMENTS t... .. ACMKJL'HII.N : ....adl. Ia.......
...., I/I Shop. V8ccumi: g'Du.tlng \\ .: New. Installation enl ,
Itchj____ -- _._____ -
i BUILDlNGt WATERS Carpet Cleanno! :'\ .5 IIIMiO; ; Nice 2BRT IS. "concreteblerk.
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.Urge. P"... 964-5261 Window Cleaning Remodeling (23,000.
: tlona 964-6112. Itpd I/I BULLDOZING Our prices. and ...Ioctlo..r. .
Clay ; ;
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.. Repairs I'lease rail.. iedey to lIst
County Board of Cou.tyCommliiuIon.r. Co..t Cleaning & Bathroom alwayctke BESTI! lor ael.
properly
iii' FBR
baa the FOR RENT) .. .. year
BulldozerWorl .
C'S
Itchc Supplies Furnished S 0 C I C 5 a 5 C C 0 C I
following opening under ..po.t. froat porck utility Beltish.s 18 to 56, IP .
('ETA: Public Service M ..... wash room, big yard. Large or Small BiWeeklyOr Durranc Pau'lH.Fa'ulknerKroltor
Employment. Ona |III| (-US M .. school. (150/mentk.. let Weekly All Leather *... .*>..........4>**>.)..4>

Laborer. To Qualify for Ihla .. .. laat month la adwa.... *Land Fill Trl-Weekly, Service CARRAO1NE8LEAFHI.RSHOP PUMPS& SUPPLY Aeoaclate
week, .... 964-6020. 1/12
poult Ion you must b. a realdent 2tchg : Irene. r'aulhaer..

ol Clay County unemployed ,.Tall *PondsWILBUR Phone 964-6200 Lawtey Florida COMPANY Forni.rll "**.H4t
30 day or more, -------- 78 -
WATERS Betty,Warren Susan M. B..k..
underemployed or dl.- : SPACE Ave.
864 N Temple .
1:1."ill" 1164.17'
advantaged.. Apply In peraonat _ok. \ AII.ABI..:> 273 W. Main U4- tt Phone 473-2690

the. .E.T.A.; 011I... Old week. : .. Lake Butler Contact After 6 P.M. Starke ." Vale Settlos
Courlhoune, 915 Walnut St., Must .... Kobrrtson. "NW'" 660 W. Madison 81 Suite 3400n I I RALPH Evening 964.3944
Hiram Chappell 964-7061
Green ..t'ove. Spring, .1.. tins Avenue. or call 1-813- Or na-istt

32 )1"3. Itch1. 1/19 ,3.i:!!!!: .!12/29 Tln/rh! (_ BRYAN

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To Auction?
CRANE SERVICE 2'17 N. Temple
GEORGE ROBERTS. 1RReg. Bring It To
964-8768
: Lillian C. Pearson Real Estate Broker
Heavy Loading & UnLoading 301 AUCTIONHwy
OFFICE OPEN ALL Pkane 9(4-7(26 _.ctI.
J Real Eg fate .north Ttmpte ACu4#' 301 N. Stark
Concrete Pouring All Types Erection DAY SATURDAYSUN
pt.oO*
; : NEW LOCATION sTeaks. (Old Moose Lodge)

BRANCH OFFICE Mobil Crane With/ 105' Boom BYAPPTMENT
: :} QJ - Up" To 30, Ton' Capacity > ,

:: {I US 301 NORTH CALt UK !Morgan Rondi 3 BK OLIVS:\ DISCOUNT
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; 'I < LAWTEY: ,FLORIDA WAREHOUSE -
.1 tram kome on I .... Nerds
tt.o..oL 782.3806 MARLOWE L. SMITH ELECTRIC CO. M me work Keaaonnble. at HWY.100 WEST
: t': Very alee 3 BR. t Beth. 18.700.> 2 BK I.... house Ia STAR lIE
\ Block Home. CH&A, 48Z.1009 Aluthua' 24 Hr ServiceI country .. 3 IC..., with 2 964-5605
....... S 1/4 Percent Ml;. 1/12 212CI... 20 Acrea with TBR Io; ..; mill..: Opec 7 day a week

33,000. ,, ___ ,.. needs. finIshing Close I. --- BUILDING: :NEEDS'
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Cecelia.,1erwlll.oar; ---... -- n J_ 3 BR. bath block., ...... !In -.w -...- M4x8

IN THE COUNTRYi; Spncloue block .._.. 't 5 'Acre with 4 BR brick. Saralegt Helfhla.... PaoeUeg 4."
Floriland home close la.CommerTclal - --
large BR. 1 airs 23000. Realty; ", Tee 20-acre Iracta very Strip 1..lot..20 SQ.

Prime 10 acres pecan grove 2 BR -furnished- --- frame 393 Temple. Ave.: flITHQMASL.L 301 m cit,. ........b..., jest ell SR 16 2a3e fah .71.70

built home 2 car garage and .home I... ....... and Stark. Fl. Over 400 It. frutaga. paved road.. 124 Wire II 1/2 It.Draia .
Office 964-7700 REALTY ... .
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dry... 13200. .1.1.pipe .*SFt.flNISHFD .
CH4A fruit
2B
Earlton-4 BR \balk latawa.
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--- -- --- I acre ta 100 acre.. Lawteyarea. 3 BR ..IcIt..itk '

Handsome brick.builder's 87 A.... earner 1008 U100A OPEN SATURDAY1. 821 Marsh Walnut Nl.Stirke. Low dowa payment '

20 acres.welltank and .- 13500.' -- Florida,32091 ....1' financed. UNFINISHED!
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b.thbiaokboane la
----- 9646162Formerly 3 BR. 1 UTILITYBUILDINGS
Needed Houses
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badly Acrea" j In Haiferd .area.Som .
10 ..... restricted. la sell. A....ThomasReal 20 timber and Stark. City .1.1.1,5.Lerga .
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fencing -
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JTARKE
....... facing 230 *. -- -- Estate ... ... ...... Price. Start at (995.
.t. 4BR
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wa... Rd. 122. 00. 5. Acre at Clty.i, food. -- r- .. tea- Delivery .Free ..It.-. ..
Pratt St. 2 houses will sell.. .. ...---- locatloa. Oae acre kome slice, Silver Sends Lake 3 BR LR. laaillv room
Financing avaIlable.Oemorest 30.35 Ac... 1340' .. 301. ---, reeldeatlal. and mobile furaV.ed: .bias \ .. SR.100 Seath f--* -.- FINANCING
home with
Property near T.... 156,500. Lot. with bufldlics InHnaiptea beautiful adjoining '
LR.
301 Nertk, 3 BR. AVAILABLE '.
.. tram
,financing. .
.r available
Mimosa Dr. brick. 2130 So. 29 Acrea"weeded.. (33,500 .! .... Prate reduced.. 13.200. acreage. --... ... frame ....... aa tea ...... ------ ---..
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.. USED STOVES
NEW
Acres-nice tractor aad .q.lp. A
Lovely lot-Green ----- JJ6 Acres, trailer,eutildekulldlnia. Ready for "lIIldla-" ar AND REFRIGERATORS
Madison-2 story-good\ 45 A.,.. planted '''.1 301 ',' f i 2 A Acre shheptl.1 tank, mobile. b.... Oae acre lot Several-cemmerelal- -.-fete ..
2200 Sq. Ft.. 4 BR,2 B, CH4A, Soutk. HWflVO terma.Appi. .i _*iiu.. culvert and water ready. flat elf 301 North. Well,
Madison.nearly new Brick. ---- S: BR milk 1' ,Acre .Inrealty for mabCIa home Hampton .spits leak end nghlpolc. 301. !" - '
Contemporary'wilh 480 sq. ft. 1 ..... Little Benin -I area. 8R325owner will (3.000. 1 '12' airli and. 3 BR CBkerne
F. Lake 3 BR MH. 11a.... (5.600. with. lamUy ream tbatka. REGISTERLP
co _.... Lie tinge Beaded Buyer
(33400 terms adjoiriagapp.3 2' BR. TarUy'laralsfced.;:; : (H/A. Went ..
LAKE PROPERTY I lilac... .. ....01.Z walking.. instance t* te... P.Dal... Thomas waiting.. Lawtey.C.EORGE. GAS I
BR heuae 1 BR MH ; .. ... ) Reg. Real Estate Farms and acreage. Urgenr
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with .. without ROBERTS JR.
4 BR,7 ft 0i9 water Bath lei I' Broker small
r Kingsley: (28400 er 20 Acre ea SR-lOO fioutk. 308 S. Thompson 81 (
.. 56000. _ ... i\i Office 100.....aay where. la North R... Real Estate Broker. I
'. tertaiflifl0.Hampton-Beautiful. custom DAY.EVENING Phone- a. --t16.a-7700- ."" 9646162i I In. Particularly. .... egg ':."..,Pho..964-7826 864-6688 'f

\ ( WEEKENDS, ," crate P.OdeaaRen ,'ft --* fsrni far Northern baynr. SPACE HEATERS '

Hampton-Furnllhad'rac\wood remodeled / Phone 782.3806Clatsifietl ;. Real Estate tU '.,' Evenings. Fvenlaga. and W evhendajHU.PHBRYANS64420ft OPEN Saturday AM.ti' 40.004 BTU Gas $12942 )
Kingsley-Large 533-2210
1 Br.k.rEv.aa. (0.>1 4 59.000 BTU Oil. $212.75 .
;; COMMERCIALS ( ....-"'. ASSOCIATES-- !!.nlt.. :. ; ., 15.000 .. Gas 74.53 j
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WA1NEDOIGLA 24 CaalUn $lt.S$
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1(40 sq. ft. office bldg. plus $ Ad Pearl Aad.... "iir Steve Slaameo. 9644593haJeeman ( j

k ft. parking lot. .$5,000.. I ,. t Associate. ""-773ft Ev..9644861rlaroUE ; CASH A. CARRY DOCK
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Bring -- Heca* Delivery OlCyUndw
7000 Iq. lt..4la Brownies St. ,Janet SterNa ,- ,. LIST WITH IT. Abraham ,Lincoln .ItONd.:' .. A BaJlk Goo_
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I November Property Transactions ,Total $1.6 MillionThe


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Ml of the Holiday Inn Peek Ward, and Leonard less, $100.Chester. Lot 2, Block 4, SOUTH GATE S. F. Railroad rl l-obway, permanent reference
REPLAT. 28400. Section 10. T7S, R21E, containing monument located at the SW
In Starke from one corporation Darby Peek to James Harold A.Smith and wife to
Gilbert Q. Croeley and wife 3 acres, more or less, corner of the SB V.Section 1. ft
to another for Alvarez, South 2-3 of Lot 12 Clarence B. Busby and wife, a
$800,000 pushed the November and N2-3 of Lot 13,of Block 12, parcel of land situated In the to Nora T. Aspinwall, a parcel 3000. TBS, R22E. $41,783. I I Ir
land sales to the $1.6 million in Livingston, Truby It SV4 of the NEV4 of Section 13, of land situated In the SEVfc of Robert Sabo and wife to Leo DeSue and wife to
mark along with the sale of 61 Company's Addition to the 18S. R22E $33,000. Section 7, T7S, R22E, $10,500. Ebb, Inc., Lot 46, KEYSTONE Albert Lee Campbell and wife
acres on US-301 and SIMS for town of Starke, In Section 28, .Town and Country Homes of J.D. Wright Sr. and wife to OAKES. $100. the SH of the following par
$160.000. T6S, R22E $20,000. East Central Florida, Inc. to Loren G. Boone and wife, a Donald E. Champion and eel: : commence at the NW
The Holiday Inn was sold by The Board of Trustees John Madison Johnson a portion d Sections 13 and 14, wife to James E. Houck and corner' of SEV4 of SWV4 of
MilUap Development Corporation Hope Baptist Church of portion of the NH of NE'/ 01SW'f. T6S, RUE, 14.000. wife, the N2H feet of the E 50 Section: II, TBS, R22E and
Geneva Lake Estate to feet of Lot 2, aU of Lots 8 and beginning and lying In S1* ofSH
of Florida to TripleT. Theressa, Inc., to Charles C. ., Section 3, TOS, IU2E,
Inns of Slarke Inc., a Myers and wife,SlAt of aisle lot 1000. Estelle B. Beckham, a parcel 13 and the Soy of Lots 4 and 12 Section 18. T6S, R22K,
portion of the NE y. of SEV of between Lot 1, Block "E" and Joyce L. Bennett to DanielJ. of land situated In Sections 25 of Block 14, of Temple's Addition and containing approximately
SWV of Section Township; 6 Lot 2, Block "F" Hope Baptist Bennett, Wok of Lots S and and 36 Of TBS, R22E, $79,000. to SUrke $64,000. 20 acres $100.
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South, Range 22, East, Church Cemetary, located In 6, Block 9, Town of Lawtey, Ossle Wynn to Joseph W. W Ron Covey, J.. Brook F. Delano Thomas Clarice
T. Wood and husband and
$800,000. NW corner of SE'/4 of SEV of Crawford and wife, a parcel of Brown Jack M. Courtnay,
Cam Land Developments, Section 35 and SWV4 of theSE $100.WIlliam W. Welch. Sr. and land containing 2.51 acres and Marilyn R. Courtnay to A.J. Thomas Jr. and wife to ""Mt w11P
Inc. sold to Dur-Clad Systems, >'. of Section 35. T7, South wife to William W Welch Jr. lying In the NWV4 of NWV of E.D. Norman and wife, Lot Robert O. Rulgham and wife, w
Inc a Florida Corporationfrom H22E. $100.Eugene and wife, commence at the Section 11, T7S, R21E, 3800. 21, 22, 23, and 24 of Keystone a parcel of land containing, ,
Boca Raton, a parcel of F. Shaw to SarntSarmtnoranont NE corner of Section 25, TBS, John D. Diggs to Alphonso' Oaks $12,500.John 1.10 acres,lying In the SEV< ofNWV4
land lying In the N* of NEV and wife. Lot R22E $30,000.Wayne Robinson and wife a parcel of W. Dykes Jr. to Betty of Section 10, T7S. 4 4:
of Section 25.T 7 S R 21E and a 7, Block 3, THE WOODS a A. Raulerson and land lying In the SE'4 of Block H. Nice, commence at a R22E, 2700.
parcel In NE<4 of NWIof subdivision, 6500. wife to Aaron L. Twltchell, 1 N, R2E. of Simon J. Tem
NEV4 of S2S T7S R 21 E, at Julian E.McRae and wife to Lots 25 and 26, Block 2, ple's Subdivision 22833.
the junction of SR-18 and US301. Emmett B. Akridge and wife SANTA FE SHORES, 15166. Richard Earl Tillman and Florida To Get 8172 Million In 1978
61 acres 150000. Lot 3, Block 8, SARATOGA William F. Hayes, II. and wife to Glenn S. Long and '
In comparison with HEIGHTS. Unit 2, $25,000. wife to Alice Arwood and wife, parcel of land situated To Construct Sewage Treatment Plants I
previous months this year. Ronnie C. Davis and wife to Lewis M. Ayer, a parcel of in Bradford County, Florida r _
January sales were: $890,351; William C. Hendrix and wire land situated In Section 12, lying In the EH of Block 6S01It i How fast a communitygrows when Congress reconvenes In
February $560.999, March The E'/i of the E'/4 of Lots 33 TVS, R22E Bradford County 3 W, Temple's Subdivision, depends In many .
$618.606. April $777,205, May and 40, all lying S of a graddcounty Florida and Section 7, T9S. that lies in the NEV4 of the cases, on whether adequate January.The federal grants cover 75 Three FSP Employee Graduate
$674.500.' June 1288.800., July road In Section 11, T5S, R23E, Clay County, Florida, SWV4 of Section 21, T6S, R22E, ., sewage treatment facilities percent of the cost of building
$1.236.883. August $1,483,533, R22E of Woodlawn Sub- 32000. 10000. can be built. conventional treatment .
September $720,400 October division, $7,400. John D. Dlggs to Robert L. Titus Olson and wife to In 1978, Florida cities and systems,sewage and 85 percent Florida State Prison employees (Iris> Joe Gordon, Richard
$2.132.300 and November A.F. McDavid and wife to Hankerson and wife, parcel Floyd Ambrose,Begin 546 feet counties will'receive a total of of the cost for innovative E. Barrack and Grace Kelly, recently participated In the
$1.608.182. Kerr-McGee Corporation, of land situated In the SEV of N of SW corner of SEV4 of 1172.8 million to build and rehabilitate systems that treat in Correctional Training Institute at Kalford. the Department of
sewage
Prices of transactions are Section 6, TVS, R20E, $100. Block 1 North Range 2 East of NWft, thence run N 775 feet to sewage treatment new, less energy-intensive Offender Rehabilitation announced.
figured from documentary tax Anna F. Tilley to Keystone Simon J. Temples Sub NW corner, N 89 deg. 45 min systems under the Clean .
ways.'The
Stamps affixed to deeds filed Heights Cemetery division 25400. E 963 feet S 18 Deg. W along Water Act of 1977 passed by additional funding for
!In the office of the county Association, Northwesterly/i Maxie D. Reddish and wife W line of E H of Block 2S. R 4W Congress In December. alternative treatment
clerk of Northeasterly ft of Lot 42, to Roger Dale Arnold and and along W line of EH of Florida will receive $191.8 systems is designed to encourage '
Block 3, Keystone Heights wife, S 2 acres of Lot 19, which Block 3 South. R 4 W 672.5 feet, million each year from 1979 to communities to find
L.L. Parker and wife to Cemetery, $100. lies E of State Road 22S-A in thence at right angles with 1982 under the new law, which to recycle water, saveenergy
Gene Melvin a tract of land in Charles E. Knight, Ad- Section 19, T5S, R22E $5,000. last preceedings Tine run was signed by. the PresidentDec ways and solve the
Section 8, Township 7S, R20E, ministrator De Bonis Non Mildred P. Jordan to along the S Line of Block 3 S. R 27."Good. of how to dispose of problem waste ".
$5.000. Dum Testamento Annexo of Douglas L. Mains and wife I W 665 feet N 87 Deg. 19 min.W sewage treatment said Sen. Stone. ,
Vernon D. Sllcox, Melba the Estate of Nance L. Knight the NWt4 of SEV4 of Section 4, 1292 feet to Point of systems are needed to enable For example, a number of
Cox. and Thelma S. Lewis to deceased to Paul E. Knight T7S, R22E containing 40 Beginning except N S acres cities and rural areas to grow U.S. communities have
Stephen Craig Edwards Lots (C/4 interest), Merry Beth acres, more or less, lying and Desc $15,000.:>> without damaging the environment
successfully Implemented
8. 9, and 10, of Block 18, in Colaon ((1-6 Interest U, Hollis V. being in Bradford County Ken I). Clevlnger and wife ," said U.S. Sen. of Irrigation in ,
systems
Livingston Truby A Com.pany' Knight Jr. (HllnteresU.) and to Betty\ Stevensl the Wft of Richard Stone, who voted for which treated spray wastewater is iJfr
.Addition to the Town of $100.Virginia NE14 of NWV4 of
Charles E. Knight (14 In- A. Solana and the measure. sprayed on fields to fertilize
Starke $10,000.Calvin terest), All of the NWV4 of Robert! A. Solana to James V Section 35. T6S R22E excepting "Treatment plants pipesand Much wastewater is
Elwood Padgett and SE'/' East of Canal except for Scarborough and wife, Lot 18, a strip of land 30 feet other components 01 rich crops. in nitrogen and
his wife to Aubrey Preston 100 foot easement of Florida Lakeview, Crystal Lake In width previously deeded for. '... sewage treatment systems phosphorus which,
are excellent
Twiford and wife The south Power and Light Company Homesites. 4000. road right-of-way, 25000.. are very expensive, and the fertilizers for but '
188 feet of the SWU of the lying and being in Section 28, Robert E. Hall and wife to Gerald Griffis to John M. '. '. federal aid will help communities harmful to plant and crops animal
N\11 of Section 14, T6S, T6S, R22E, $100. Henry E. Browder, a parcel of Johnson and wife, Lot 8, Block meet government life If deposited directly In .. ,
H21 E. $29,800.Eugene Jack W. Blschoff and wife to land containing 5 acres more 2, Eastwood Section 33, T6S. standards for clean water," lakes and streams.
F Shaw to JamesK. Carl H. Kroppman and wife, or 1 less, lying partially In R22E. $24,000.Irene explained Stone. The 1977 Clean Water Act Lawtey Employee Complete*!* TrainingThe
Hester and wife Lot 10, Block 5 of Government Lot I of NWtt of SEV4 and partially In L.. Faulkner and The 1977 Clean Water Act also authorizes $200-milllon in
Block 2. TDK WOODS, a Lakeside In of Susan M. Bakken to Linda L. authorizes
Section 22, TBS, the NEVI SWV4, of Section $4.5 billion nation 1979 and $400 million In 1980
subdivision $6.500. H22E. 15000. 5, T7S, R22E, 9000. Griffis a parcel of land wide In 1978 for sewage treat for grant to farmers for soil Department of Offender Rehabilitation has announced:
Charles S. Backus and wife DoBsle M. Loadholtz to Keystone Developers of situated In the NWV of the ment construction and sets upa conservation projects that that Lawtey Correctional Institution employee, Millie Cannon,
to Michael C. Gaski.is and. Doyle L. Loadholtz and wife Bradford, Inc. to F.W. Wiles NE4 of Section 34,T6S, R22E, formula for dividing the would reduce run-off of soil recently participated In the Correctional: Training( Institute at
wife; commence at the intersection Parcel 3 of Levy Sweats and wife, Lot 6, Block 17, 2500. money among the states. The fertilizer and pesticides Into Kaiford.
of West line of Lot Estate. Section 1, T6S, R2IE, KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Mary D. Brown to John D. actual appropriation Is Included streams. The grants administered
41 and the Southerly right-of- except the right-of-way of UNIT I, $3.500. Odom. III. and Ronnie E. In a 1978 supplemental by the Soil Conservation Thin is the twentieth CTI group to enroll In the minimum stan
way of SHS-225. $I3,0<))0. County graded road on North Larry J. Baker and wife to Newman the SH of the SEV4 appropriations bill, which is Service of the Department dard curricula which Is required by law. The Training. Institute
)S S. Peek Jr.. Frances containing 5 acres mere or Joseph II. Webster and wire of NW..which lies N of the G. scheduled to be considered of Agriculture, could program Is taught In conjunction with I.ake'Ity Community
cover up to 50 percent of the College, and the graduates earn nine semester credits for !
cost of a project. successfully completing the full rime Hid hour course.

Other provisions of the new
law extend for another five
the July, 1977 deadlinefor
years
The program Includes Instruction In the Criminal Justice
some communities and
The Office Shop industries to meet clean water System Legal Aspects of Corrections, Operational Procedures
standards and enable the Principles of Supervision Human Relation* und :rt'chnlcalTralnln"
Include Firearms First Aid
of Skills which and FireFighting
Army Corps Engineers to .
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) $ 4 45 Department of Offender Rehabilitation hall announced that l.awle Coricctionul Institution

: -. 1-25 Employees...... and Florida Stale Prison employees recently: participated: In the! Corieclionul:, Training/

__.- Institute at Ilaiford.
Participating were: front row (l-r Charles J.lllltlard.l.a\\tey; Russell J. Van\\ mid ('liai'lie
1-50 Employees.....?545 LEGAL ""ll K. Roberson, FSP. Back row Bobby I). I'lUman and Robert t:. Smith Late ; and llohvit I..
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SIZE "llllq/ Jefferson and Loren G. Cumbie, Jr.. FSP.
This Is the 19th CTI group to enroll In the minimum standard curriculum Bich Is required<| h>' I
Files law. The Training Institute program Is taught In conjunction with Luke fit}' Community College) :,
Storage . :;- and course.the graduates earn nine semester credits for successfully: completing( the full time, Hill hour

; I The program Includes Instruction In the Criminal Justice S\stem, Legal Aspects of Conec-
: tlons. Operational Procedures. Principles of Supervision! Human Kvlatioim and Technical
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was the cause span. kopelousos received Willard Logan Fink of Lake
of many accidents In Bradfordand l.ouo damage to the vehiclehe Butler was charged with failure -
Union Counties this week was driving when he failed to yield the right-of-way
I leaving no one seriously Injured to stop behind another vehicle Wednesday when he pulled
but doing much damageto which was stopped at a light off SR-231 on to toSK-121 front
TWO-WAY R-KIVE ] the vehicles involved. signal on US-301. He was of a road tractor driven by
charged with following too Raleigh Lee of Newberry. Lee
STOR/DRAWER William A. Gay, Jr., of closely. struck Fink receiving $100
BOXES STORAGE Starke and his passenger Shortly after, Kopelousosmade damage to the tractor.A .
John' Lee, of Lawtey. were an Improper turn at the defective turn signal on a
By Bankers Box travelling on Church Street in same intersection hitting trash truck driven by Union
$465 $746 FILE Starke when their vehicle Alden Maney's vehicle In the Correction Institution inmate
I swerved off the road hittingthe rear side. Maney received Ulysses F Solomon caused an
'I $250 $350 By Bankers Box southbound curb. The $250 damage to his auto. accident on SR-16 Monday f.//
i'l: I I vehicle flipped over! and cameto Linda D. Griffis received Donald K. McMinne of "
rest on its top. $1,200 damage to her vehicle Jacksonville following the
t $210 He was charged with Monday when she failed to truck and began to pass it
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.\ To Furniture a driving while intoxicated. stop at a red light at US-301 when the truck made .a left ;!
y George Kopelousos was involved and SR 16 and struck the turn. McMinne swerved back
in two accidents vehicle driven by Eugene W. into the west lane and skidded
,,J C i Wednesday Jan. 11, both Norman. Norman's. auto into the truck. No one was
,. occurlng w:.hin a tw -hour suffered $850 damage. charged in the accident.o

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