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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 26, 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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Hampton council members met with engineers Friday. Jan
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: ; j ,,< ,- \ 20 to begin discussion on getting the water system in operating
order and the possibility of grants or loans) for a new system
? ? The council gave, city clerk: Mary Allen the red light to
.! o. Population advertise for a consulting engineer the first step toward a

: preliminary report and application for a loan or grant for a new

water system, '
Ralph Eng: of Sverdrup and tide them over until a now
:Ji'"utAt 1,6,901' Parcel and Associates told the system is built, She said he
council to advertise for u concity has SR.ooo) in unhudgeted
suiting/( engineer for*'prrlirnmary fund'* left over: f rant last yea 1'.
r : studies and t'por'l.| The engineers said the preliminary
feasibility studies technical report and loan
Ih : assistance for water system application .M customarily
t UofF:, Report Improvements preliminary I pmil for after that portion of
i' i and firm! design and construe, : the work Is completed
tion supervision of water VlK'ther the city tenet', ahead
1 t : Bradford i County's population numerical jump in the past system Improvements ,,Hhr he project Yorton enll-
increased: by an estimated '- ,seven yearsOther ,
v>.58' percent up to fast growing/ counties -,
i 16.94lllince 197U were Collier. llernando.

., A ykr4I. : The jmLmatsd'opulatIon'( Pascd, each of which grew.by
oy 'Was.aB '" more than 80 percent,f
of last
July i, when the :
ry |jw4au", ri ofv Economic, *if';' Only 'one county, Gadxdcn. fi .
Keseurch at iho University of declined over the. seven year
Florida| J1\ade its annual ,period 1
projection; :The bureau
publishesthe' annual reportfor ''
the (SLate Administration 'M'an Dies

Depart mnt I, '

fThp. $M >orin' shows that i
Florida has grown by more In SR16TaeaoUn
than'ettf, *>itU wy people since ,, I

::;\4 M-enwivaniicreas*of; .. ... ., ... .'t
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.Tilt llea\m: (let loose i 0C: $W kL F J lt f4 t11iY'1u u'm1'-; 7 M tdasVN .
are brought nut Sgalnj8upt. !+ '.Flo/Ida now has a popula-
rlonr of 8.717. 334, an Increase
..Tom Casey hopes the problem will be considered In nektyear' 'of I,9 percent over 1976 The first traffic fatality in
school board budget 1978 for Bradford
; County
y Area counties with the July
N
occurred 7am.
J. rW7) estimate of populationand Wednesday,
Jan. 25, when Joseph Glen
increase
over
percentage Ewerds of St. Augustine ran
When It Rains It Floods A t Starke Elementary the 1970 census are: head-on into Shirley Ann
Alachua, 133817. 277 per- Casklns of Jacksonville. Y

A* the old saying goes whenit not stable. The water underneath But buy, when the ,Heavenslet He said drainage pipes had cent; Baker, 12,689, 37.3 per. Ewerds was pronounceddead
I'aim.I\ pours And when it creates u plane for the loose, Something needs to been put In But the water still cent cent: Clay 30.279. 568 per- at the scene of the accident -
Columbia, miles
; 29,357, 163
pours at Starke Elementary, board to skim acroht A [person be done to stop the problem settles In the area, and the percent and Union on SK-16. 5.3 !
and I feel It could be done," children continue to walk ; 10,204, north of Starke at SR-223.
findthe
I it Hoods, walking alone may on 23,8 percentCitr4s Gasklns was transportedto
skidded boards
board has! out
The ''blory is not hew According Jockel is thankful that the Bradford County Hospitalwith
from under bin fret, this The matter will be looked County, population
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to Superintendent of problem is not as bad as it into said a possible fractured
reporter did.According, again, Casey, and he 38,591,1which more than
Schools Tom the used to be "At least they did ankle, bruises and abrasions.She .
Casey anticipates that it will be doubled had the fastest rate of 'Engineers: and Hampton t'ouiull member put Ilirlr heads !together -
problem has existed dime stop it from coming into the was listed In stable
considered. In with
a budget bet growth 101.04 percent
to operate the chlorinator for the water *> lpm the city
I IUoI\\). When it rains at the to Richard classroom ". ween now and next year In condition Wednesday afternoon .

school the sidewalks flood Jockel "When you have a nice Something has been done, the meantime, the rain comes Hroward County with 82,443 Just acquired.Eng mated it could cost SVUHI: for
spocilicualy the walk in had the See Page 4) said under the jiompe-
front
of the cafeteria. The water is steady rain it doesn happen said Casey! but it didn't woi'k. down. people, largest titive negotiations law u 'lirm the pi "'mimiry vnrk in herengineering !
he hired the* hasis of lent would then
deep enough to cover the tops would on
IH Included the loan
of a child's shoes, enough to what they can do for Hampton on
the lowest bid. 'I bom 1.10)d of Da MS Meter
soak the socks and not on
BLOOD NEEDED! Roger "Yorton of Black Sup ly' of Jacksonville \be
According,,!' to Casey the Crow and Kidsness told the could help the city determine
problem is that the school has council "it doesn't look 'optimistic what supplies. Mould he
"..'n b"ilt' on a low piece of for the !government to needed l to kl'l'r the ssstem In

ground Residents To Donate Feb. 3 hand you" He a said big bunch the city of council operation to, nave work money with the by

Tin.put solution 2 '1 1(1( so boards far has on beento the ', :,.." Local : Urged might money.have to obtain a loan ,doing much, of the work themselves .

the
rather than building/ on
+ walk cieulmg a pathway
Department of Environmental : -
through the ,water. And la The worst blond supply service, which Is really a Northeast region. where hope of a grant, might !Regulation representative
especially deep areas a Coca matter of self.protection, .as and blood "Your Congressman .
shortage!: in years It forcing! many hospitals he will the city Jerry Owens outlined
that put
Cola crate is used. well for all without sufficient say
postponement of thousands of protection centers are funds (four things Ihecilv could
The boards, however areOJf1r cases of elective surgery In members of the donor's blood to meet current needs! u.' rwt first In line for grant there III)a..lmml' the I astern: U,S. and leaving family In time 'of need for .I nt, but if there is nothing the Mater system luncitonintf I
mOWn (!Itirr t blood center officials' wondering blood. Nationwide about five Under the Blood Assurance I hn4 (lw you (night{' just an well be last tic said the city needs to gel
said
Plan, when' u Yorton
; if there will be enough per cent of the population has an individual 1 ill? W fk in line. the chlorinator working get
donates of said that $17.(Mm in
a pint blood It not \orton
In donated! blood' far below the
the bunks
units to meet the major leaks repaired, and
only assures that his her debt service Is need before'Ilampton
tamorkow's needs needed figure and in bradford or ,
hOllkup the well at the recreation -
needs! Mill be met for could be consulted
With this situation 'In m'mil. County only around 65 a year field I to- he lined, as a
donated.blood 1977 but each member of his family for a grant from Farmers
1 in
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of ,
citizens Bradford Countyare persons hack-up: as well as hiring a
JL is also Included
In this blood Homedministration
less than one per cent of the
urged( to take advantage of firm.M..1tI .
county's estimated population )Insurance, If listed in the plan (KmllAi But he said the city consulting
the lUondmobilv'slsit
to ( ; said until a new
fur illtl percent
Marke on Krl "Giving a pint of blood on loan from Fmll at 5 percent system put problems
totaled
when it will be at the Chamber county last year only February 3 will make nice continue M ith low pressure because
a
for 40(
Interest years.
120 which could be
ofl ommerceparkh1ll10ttrolt9 some pints the mains are too small
\ Valentine
remembrance for said the had
Allen city
al1I, to 4 pm.ccordinl depleted in a week's time by a Mrs and the tower Is not
storage
those love
handful of you Miss Struth hoped to get enough mme)' to
Thursday,Jan. 2' ,\ ( to the, CiUtan persons needing said. She pointed out that the h'r. high enough
Regional! Ulcxxl Center In blond transfusions Blood Center gives donors a : Probed :Mrs Allen said one of the
Gainesville sponsors nf the "It "is really so simple and special "gift certificate" cardon Arson problems. 'is that with no
BC HoipiUI$ Bd Bloodmobile, the blood supply easy suvs Miss Kathy Struth inilstmas.: Easter, and zoning ordinances when
situation In this IPRIOU!: is of the Starke-Bradford County Valentine's Day to notify the In Barn Fire people move a house trailer
7 p.m.Sporu "tight." although they have Chamber of Commerce "Allit ones they have included in the next to a home'with water service
been able to meet requirements ) takes is about 30 minute!! of Blood Assurance Plan 'It'sso Bradford County sheriff's they just extend the
up to now because of your time including the 10- easy to give'a plht of blood > Investigators and the slate' water line from the, home to
Banquet the largo number of student minute period of rest a person' and It usually makes feel o fire marshal I are still In- the trailer and the meters that
you
7pm. donors front] the imer.iity, of must take after ,donating better than you did before" vestigating a fire Feb. 14 that exist do not work Residentsnow
I Stark ElementarySaturday: Florida It was pointed out blood" During this period the the chamber receptionist destroyed Russell Green's pay a minimum of S3 for
however that for three donor 1 I.. served juice and a 'says She gave five pints herself tobacco barn In Brooker. water. ,
months of the year this source bite to eat -.. and. of'course, In l 1977 -: the' maximum Sheriff Dolph Reddish said Eng told the council that it a
,Jan. 28 is cut off while the! students there is a brief examination to amount allowed by/ one donorin there is reason to believe the KmllA loan and grant is obtained
are home for summer vata see if the applicant Is In good a 12-month period. Other fire was arson and the case Is FmllA would require
tion. "Therefore it is important physical, condition before'. five-point donors Included Bill still under investigation. A that the signatures of those
Annual Chamber (hat we have more donating." Wilson chamber "Get your Valentine Day card by giving a unit of blood and fire at Green's son-In-laws residents intending to use the :
at. cooperation from the public at Any person between the and his wife. Muriel.secretary listing family members In the Blood Assurance Plan" when the Donals E Welch's home In the water system be obtained and
Commerce Banquet large.:' said Tom Elliott: of ages of 16 and 65 is eligible to January was proclaimed Clvltan Bloodmobile visits Starke on February 3. _says Kathy New River a..ea. an hour there would be a' minimum
6:30: p.m. the center information of' donate, although blood will not National Volunteer Blood Struth of the Chamber of Commerce. before the Green fire does not number of signatures! re

.. fice. be taken from the following: Donor Month" by President seem to be connected. Reddish quired.
x:" 's Monday :Jan.30Legislative Elliott laid he had recently anyone) who has had flu or a 'JImmy Carter who said. "A mobile visits Siarke. but the haps your own. or some said( Mrs. Allen said residents
visited, a number of'centers. severe cold with the last weekor donation of blood is an un- Civ I tan Center stresses the member of your family in The 9 p.m, Welch fire apparently might balk at paying 36 for
Hearing around the state and found the so, any person who Is equaled expression of concern Persons wanting special time of their greatest need. started by the water, but,councilman Buck
1pm. blood supply to be,thort in all. diabetic, who .has hepatitis for one's fellow man: and a appointments may make the Importance IH oouiining more fireplace was discovered by Uennison said he didn think
f CourthouseGJummunJtu of them, and critical in a few, who has high blood pressure source of deepest satisfactionto necessary arrangements by new donors Donald Welch' Initially The people would mind for water
"We are very anxious to or has undergone major surery both donor and recipient" calling Miss Struth at 964-3278. whole family was home at the they would get.
Ii have more new donors In. in the past six months, Those who would like to A special: invitation Is being time and they thought the fire "People are complainingnow .
C.x'11 .-, .,. Bradford County. Elliott hose who arephysically It& Is also the best assuranceof donate during the lunch hour, Issued to new donors for this was under control. Jessie Mae they are pacing for water
said "and urge all eligible eligiblo may donate a pint of having an adequate supply may eat a light snack before visit of the "Granny" Welch then'walked and not getting it," said
t' persons to visit the bloOdmobile blood every five week with nO of blood for yourself and other coning\ to the Bloodmobile Bloodmobile on February 6. outside and was able.' to see councilman Ernest Green. )
J btatt :Sank during its stay In till effects{ it was pointed out members of your family in and everything can .be completed "Sweets and flowers are good more flames Following discussion the
Starke February 3: The current blood shortage time\ of !Illness or emergency. during the allotted Valentine gifts," Miss Struth Fire calls that "same group' adjourned to the water
Millions of people in tha U,S, js due to the large number of hour. said' 'But a pint of blood evening to the home of David system site to see what would
Ac.. ....*.000..W ... many more millions are not suffering from Influenza: The fUthful donors who give a pinto February 3 may be the blood ,one very near and dear to you abandoned house on SR100are and get the chlorlnatorr
f.dnN O *"II."e.. performing this humanitarian shortage!! Is worse in the ( blood every June the Bl od. needed to save a life per ,during the coming veaf" still under investigation' N'AV1i1N'


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TELEGRAPH Jan.24.178Tornado.



I Turnovers Cost<<; 46-45 To jEastsJde: << I



Erratic third period play third period surge. "The third quarter is what a. 44 [t David Walker led BUS in speed the healing of the Injured .H.. a tough BuchhoU five
which saw Eastslde force Walker had four fouls with got us. We made mistakes that field. with 7. Roland ankle. > II 14 -11 Saturday night. Jan. 28, the
turnovers from Bradford High 2:05: left in the second quarter hurt us, really. Several times BUS had 5 and Dwayne ** ; 14 14- 4* .
eager cost the Tornado five a and Coach Warney Adklnson we turned the ball over. We free \\ 4. Coach Adkinson differs with Tornadoes travel u
45-46 loss after the visiting' took him out. Adkinson' put lost the ball on rebounds. making n his coaching mate on who 'H'''.AMNId Hill, MMI_ ....". Jacksonville for a game with.
BHS team had the seventh Walker back 'In the middle of "They forced us and we percent. Eastside: cn Uan Turner sparked the win for Eastslde. .. c...."',......M, O.Cmnmlnt/ "! ', Belles. Monday Jan. 30. the-
ranked Rams on the ropes. third quarter but Walker threw the ball away. They at the Ron James with Aaron McGlon. who came off Walker t..*..........M. Walks' t-,... BIIS five Is schedule: to play
couldn't be aggressive with' hurried us." more, ( off the bench to spark the bench In the third period TWNI.Mt' .11 MM-M.I4...Q..lM ...IU TUMI 1.11. in Lake Butler before the
four fouls. During that period in 14. Ram victory. Turner In a and who does not start for the K. ...m.. ...... Hill H*: M ..WI tll.Jittonwi .
The Tornadoes 13-4 after Eastside cauaht uo. In thtf) Sun article said. Rams, got the crucial: baskets ..*... 9im*.....Dams LL Union High student body In a 1
the triM' period' and 20-16 at the In a game when every point v James nursing a tender which' saw Eastside eat up the 1< MufcHlnMAl 1..... I. James 14.11. pm. game. Next Tuesdayan.
half, playing' a deliberate But Coach Adkinson doesn't counts Walker and Roland Freddie I I ,came off the bench with 10 point Bradford lead, ar.m1.. FI'- T.l... 110. 31, the Tornadoes wuireturn
offense against the taller blame Walker for the loss. Cummings missed several tip- the .minutea before the half, Adkinaon said. Eastslde has home to host Bishop
Kama. But Bradford's big' Rather, he blames Tornado Ins each, which rolled aroundthe high 21 six of his first seven shots, eight players who could start, Tornado eager will be busyIn .Kenny of Jacksonville.
man David' Walker got 'into turnovers In the third period' hoop and fell off, the coach 71 : catalyzed a gun- Adkinson says. the next week with four
foul trouble early and had to period in which saw East- pointed out hitting 46-45 Eastside The BUS scorebook also games In five days. Tomorrow All night games begin at S
sit on the bench as the Rams side bucket six' unanswered Each team bucketed 20 field Kenny ,> Turner said he had snows Ron James playing In night (Friday. Jan. 27)) BUS p.m.: JV games begin at 8:30:
caught the Tornadoes with a points. goals. BHS shot a respectable: points for I I I to hold James out to all four quarters of the game. travels to Gainesville to tackle p.m.


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Eastside' used its good back up. Coach Hancock said. The BHS wrestlers had a ruemasa, altnougn West double match against The winning week continued:
height and good shooters to The JV eager play four schedule this week, Nassau was not an exceptionally Daytona Seabreeze and a* the Tornado swept CHS 57-
$' easily roll 57-40 by the Junior games through next Tuesday. nnlng at home, traveling strong team, they Gainesville High. o In the second: match
varsity basketballers from Tomorrow (Friday Jan. 27)) Gainesville, then on to have two or three Daytona was expecting to Saturday.
Bradford High last Friday' the Baby Tornadoes travel to as they finished their strong payers. But, the win said Kielbasa but "we "I I never thought we would
night/ in Gainesville. Buchholz High in Gainesville. match for the week, Nassau strong players were wrestled the best we have have shut out a team that wentto
Saturday night. Jan. 28, they matched up with the BHS wrestled all year," and the State" said' Klelbasa.
The lows lowered the HHIt"i : go to Bolles in Jacksonville. grappler's busy week strong players, and the Tornados came up on top 32- "They have some excellant
record: to 3... Monday, Jan. 30* they go to with a 50-13 win Tornadoes did the winning. 17. The wrestlers put out a Individuals."
.' The Tornadoes got 12 points' Lake Butler to take on the against West Saturday the matmen supreme effort for the win and Martin Slocum, In the 122
from Freddie Hollis and t 11 Baby Tigers five in an afternoon According to traveled to Gainesville for a came together as a team, he weight class, outwrestled
from Kevin Miller, the only contest which will Victor Byrd In "one of the
two BUS players in double follow the varsity game which most Intense matches have
figures. starts at 1 p.m. ever seen," he said. Both
,.. Frazier Bass and Curtis I Former BHS Footballer To Return wrestlers went full speed for
; Shell led BUS rebounders with. six minutes! with !Slocum>
Kevin Miller had 8 Next Tuesday Jan. 31, the the lead
i'i 10 each. ,conning out in 11-10.
BHS five
returns the first time
,.".,. rebounds and Freddie Hollis 7. in over a week to take on Tanner, a former quarterback for the a wide receiver.anner' Byrd was a'' strong GHS
"Eastside just had a lot Bishop Kenny of Jacksonville footballer made Tornadoes. But Tanner went caught 88 passes, leading the wrestler who wen to the State
better team than we," said .HI will return to his alma Into the Army after nation for small colleges. tournament last year and who
Bob Hancock. address graduating from high! the was undefeated at the time.
BUS Coach II K 11-0 to. current "It's first time we'vehad
W BUS trailed all the way. H i: it t-tr I at 7 p.m. tonight school: gained, about ,50 a SSpeaker who played Anthony Bright was matched

going down the In the first .Ml.....1.1.1. N.""/"....H. MlllwH Jan 26) at the pounds, and played on a herIono has gone out and with another GHS
period. 10-7 'in second: and .ll.H.III14... .I.II.11$111.1,H WllllW Bradford High championship' Army team, made good and will come grappler who had been to
16-10 In the third.In I *!. l.. 'III, Tol.l.. IfrtMMHM banquet In the Starke called the Cobras, in Manilla. back and tell us what It is state last year, defeating him
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the third period BHS wJi Cat etorium. like, Coach Hurse. 30.As
says
Quirtormifl Id L WIlli./ I I. BHS'
lyrtfIt4 After his Army hitch. the season near Its end
clime back atone point to trim H.rn.> ....11. S. Walker, 4l. ". Outstanding athletes and
the Eastside. lead to six points, Waffle, I.,1. Mc... I..... Walk, Ltd. Athletic Director David cheerleaders will be Kielbasa has words of praise (
but Eastaide just picked it ...."' ... I.I... Total' It.I.H. rd is currently a Hurse, helped Tanner get a recognizeed: and all the 1977 for the team. "Danny Nugent f''
in a General scholarship: at Murray State in BHS, football players will be and Troy Ely have improved
!IN ]'1" J'1' plant in Hender- Kentucky. At Murray State, honored at tonight's dinner tremendously and have gotten
N.C. a lot tougher and aggressive
and banquet. The affair is
Trail fUstaarant 1II Tanner was a quarterbackand to athletes, their 'in their wrestling. They have
: |In 1957-W-W a defensive back for two open families parentsand added a lot to the team"
301 N. Lawtey was a small seasons..In his senior' year as Hurse. says Coach Al Montgomery has not
wrestled as excellent as he
L LIH!: !(:!: I Ltu( IG1llmV! [T a llI1tt! ![ ? I has earlier In the season but

S/edd PthUMllMI). Sjta91a19 I I I Keystone Rainfall Heaviest Slocum remains continues undefeated to have at 16-0.his

ups and downs Klelbasa said

FRIED CHICKEN 11-2 P.... ......Frl. ilL" Heights led the measured 2.76 Inches other on the Kingsley The Black Lake Creek, which outlet had In he and.can If he beat is mentally anyone in ready the
with 4.2 inches of rain 19th. although. areas

C.II" ...... I the week, Jan. 16-23, InBlanding reservation received stopped months running resumed in recent flow dry at state.The (first year men Richard
SO noticeable effect on the 3 inches or more 'In the
2 about the normal rate after' Milne, David Baldwin.
Freddie Aldridge puts up a short hooker levels In Brooklyn and 24-hour period.
Frlltf MliM b I high 21 points he scored In the.5-411011I to nearby lakes which On the wet Thursday, last Thursday's downpour. Jimmie Wright and John Bell

C.UNih ys Irfu Ft.11f NIIM' '71 percent from the field bucketing 10 of 14 at or near their record Starke River tower totaled reported,3.4 Inches 2.2,,flew and I two The mornings big rain' also'of freezing brought "are tribution now to all the making team"a said con i

... rainfall of thecameThundayJan.19 Louie Hill tower at Highland temperatures. The low for Klelbasa. Both Milner and I
Trail Rattaurant : ,. ;., had 2.6.Bradford. Friday was 32 degrees, with Baldwin had two' wins on I I
I Keystone fire tower {!County's t total\ 'Saturday morning mercury Saturday. .
/Hours 7 AM.< 10 P.M. Dally Including Sunday ALLOOMSA ) 3.6 Inches, followed average for the week was 3.3 dropping' to' 30. Sunday 3-2-record Anthony Bright holds a 12-
for the season and
brought a warmup.
'Inches.
301 N. Fe tower south of HenrY Pete holds 13-2
782.3819 Lawtey a overall
The Battle of Bennington .. ,' with 3.41'ho.. '-official '
w. not fought ; ( .
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S / 'Vermont, but .t WMIoomntc./ New York. I !'.;.,station. ,, lt!.:; Blending. oiId ,
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CARPET Klelbasa.The grapplers may have I IYlost ,

Low CLEANINGPROFESSIONAL BINOOSt. Smith for heavyweight the season as he Bobby has (

cost l't reinjured his back and may I
have bruised his kidney. The I
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CLEANING team will suffer the loss: 4 I'
Smith"should' have had a shot t l
964.8596 at'the district match," said !I
St. Edwards Church Hall ,Kielbasa i

Every Saturday 8:00: P.M. Alan Scott has stepped In I
protection 10% and is doing an excellent job. I
he added. '

Discount The busy week was a good
MARY preparation for the district
I regional and state tournament -
said Klelbasa.
the Yield PALMISTPASTPRESENTFUTURE Having so many matches In I
against
one week is not normal he
said and puts a lot of pressure I,
highw by HELPFUL ADVICE ON on the team. But. the week !!
ALL AFFAIRS aided Kielbasa into trying to I I
(Moss Lake City LIFE LOVE get the matmen to the point i
MARRIAGE BUSINESS where they can meet the ,
cost of growers and other Ph: 752-0228 |IN PRIVACY OF MY HOME themselves mental pressure and get t I
psyched up.
and.. shade tree owners. OPEN 7 DAYS The district tournament will I
Increase area are of watching Spanish Located on Hwy. 90 W. Lake City. Fla, be held Feb 4 at Clay County ,
S" (folding For ':2" With Thll Card High. I
on their trees
of the adverse The season has given !

There are two terrible facts about that It will, have on their Kielbasa confidence in his I
cancer every yield. team. "I 1 expect to take the i
whole team from district to j"

must face: Over 600,000 Americans are expected to J Entomologists Pest Control t regional He believes" he said. that the


this dread disease this year.*' Cancer can.be treated that a parasite Spanish as moss Is district grapplers) championship."have a' shot" at the Al-

but the cost be tremendous. commonly thought thought it would take
can air plant having Its 39' superhuman effort on
seed. It suffocates the TOMATOES everyone's parthe believesit
American Heritage Life, a prominent Florida life I by porn..It clogging shades Its .............. :...... .... can be done. I


insurance company licensed to operate in Florida offers a ...!! harbors In- POTATO ES. : : In the final game of the !
i, and disease :.. ..
........... ... week the Tornado matmen
It adds
CANCER ONLY PROTECTION PLAN weight lost to Palatka, 42-12.
to
help protect holds moisture and
Thebes did not come as a
and periods wind It of Is heavy often NAVEL ORAN GES. ??"? ??' surprise to Kielbasa. as he
against the high cost of cancer. added weight, thai ... .. ... predicted the strength and
aggressiveness of the Palatka
For modest of the limbs to crack or SEAFOOD team. According to Kielbasa.
a premium, a large part hospitaland and of course this everyone on the PHS team has
the tree vuln-
other medical costs due - - - - - to Insects more and CATFISH OYSTERS99C years.wrestled for three or four

I \ "BHS put 0'1 a real good
KEITH D. GIIL1NGIIAM moss can be
to cancer are covered. Clipthe I effort. Everyone wrestled
and
GEORGE ROBERTS INSURANCE INC. quickly safely $249 very well in the loss," said
1 9X8 N. TEMPLE AVE. Florida Pest Lb. Pint Kielbasa.
coupon below and mailit 1 STARKE. FLA. 32091 uses a special Alan Montgomery defeated

power spray that unbeaten John Strickland' and
fr I i the moss AND Its ,
today to your localAmerican but does not harm Henry Pete lost 6-4 to Duane
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ROCK MEDIUM Strickland who is also undefeated
shrubs For
Gentlemen: or grass. and
went to the slate
Life
Heritage I would like to have more information about trees spraying must tournament last year
done during their
the American Heritage Life Cancer-only December SHRIMP SHRIMP The raatrnen are now 10-2-
representative for details. 1 Protection Plan. February period.In this area. 1. with. only one match left
I against Bolles next Wed-
I .spraying disintegrates the moss $289 nesday at home.
Source: American Cancer JJ99
; Name disappears. Florida Lb. .. Lb.
Control offers free
Society and estimates.
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.2/,1874 TELEGRAPII 1a..e3A


I Nuggets STILL Undefeated W Jazz- Nets Tied For First Place I


This week's Small Fry Jars 32-Rockets:3S Saar "ky .aartara.
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The Nuggeta held onto their NttgKeUMCavallers M T.NaNNNu Maiarai B, TkM,..M. "I: undefeated season this week The Nuggets continued Waraa.*!.. .. erwm J4I4.Warrtani Starke Recreation Department second game Monday, with ItaHaMwiackatw
in the Senior Boys Basketball to hold on to their undefeated C. JaMaaa 1 4-ia. a. left the Jan and the the Jazs defeating the Rockets w.Sftaaka '_II.A.wuu a .
.
sponsored by the Starke Rees MMM ...... ... cmmur .... c 444. A. Janiaa 144. e. N.wa 14-1,
'' N season, defeating the Cava -. .... Nets tied for first place In theHalOft' 3230. Once again, Shaun __i .. CKaaaar 114.
.:r. 1'',:eation Department The lien BSO.. Friday, Jan. 20. standings. Both Jackson put up all the points
Nuggets are now 70. The Cavaliers led throughout teams are 53. The Rocketsare for the Jazz, and leading Ja..4ft-Nets 42
,4' The Trill Blazers are In the third quarter but the .-..and the Bullets are 24. scorer: for the Rockets was In the highest scoring game
second place with a 4-3 record, Nuggets made another Iii winning their only game this from-behind dive Into the The Nuggets started the 5 Rockets face the Nets and the Nets 48-42 In the second

week with the Warriors. winner's seat week by defeating the Jag face the Bullets Wednes- Jam .. II 4na game Wednesday.The .
The Cavaliers have a :J-5 Todd Jackson led the Warriors 54-48 Wednesday, day Jan. 25. Then MondayJan. kat | 44 11.N score remained close

fi '. record still In third place Nuggets with 31 points, while Jan. 16.Never. I 30 the Jazc play the Nets until the fourth quarter. When
after defeating the Warriors led the able to take the lead, t! and the Bullets play the Rockets 40-Bull...4 the Jazz outscored the Nets 14

but losing to the. undefeated Cavaliers with 16 points. the Warriors made a supreme Rockets. The Rockets shot past (he points to six.Lading .
Nugget effort to come back Inthe final Bullet Wednesday, Jan. is scorer: Joe the J..u
... TheWarrlorurellTunabie NNISII.N quarter but were not able to Nets tt-Bullets 8 for a 4O-4 victory. was Shaun Jackson with 42
:" "! to win any of the three games CavMMni NwI' It M II ,.-.. beat the clock. The Nets defeated the LeMoklo Chandler made all points and Troy Portia led the
this week. ......tIC.. Todd Jackson led the Bullets 2a Monday. The four points for the Bullets' In Nets with 22 points
Nl>. mi T. Jackiaa ,.,.... .. JMMalll. Nuggets with 22 points. Chuck Bullets had a hard time the third and fourth quarters Jail 14 4 .. .1441Mat.
eayalleuM-W.n'on41 .A.MtOvMla_'..t. Mnmm + Johnson put 24 points on the getting the points on the unable; to score In the first ., (I IIt \I s-y1

I. ........ .. Warriors scooeboard. Scoreboard: but the Nets kept half. .t..tlt!
The Cavaliers defeated the C. tlmmtn I4-I* K.OrMIK
,..........
Warriors 54-43 In Monday's 14-14. O. Parttl _,.. tneir scoring drive going Rocket Wendall Shanks had ...Jam. I.Jacktaa+N IN

game with the Warriors, through the game. his best scoring game of the .<>| T. aar..4 114-11,.. MHcftaaIt4.II .
11/I. unable to close the point gap T. Bla.eu54-W.nIonU N.sSON. Illl II "II.M LeMekie CMmller puts en* up. 'was Leading Simon scorer Mitchell for the with Nets 16 season with 16 points. K. ttraval 1..-..
WirrMrti SMI4M.4*
many farther than six polnta. The Trail Blazers defeatedthe
ItntiHcitNv points. LeMokio Chandler had
ill, The Cavaliers' leading Warriors in the second .at>4l.T.J...._l,,l.\1.O.TkarMM '' six points for the Bullets
scorers were Don Portia and Friday M-M. 1+'4,K.jMMt f+...A. MtaDMMM444.WanMni / Y '
Hi: game c.MM M I1444.n.Sullivan. /f 7 COLD WEATHERDrives
Barry Simmons, both with 20l'r' The Warriors were on\ top at ..
......L.CkMMMr+4. a.WatkMn.. MINI I It 4 4.'' I IVou
: : ),points. Chuck Johnson led the the end of the first quarter, .S. HMaM 144, ... ka.a. 1+.. A7- polo. ,. 4111IMtlitlcn
Warriors with 19 points.CavaiMrai but the Trail Blazers took the toftl. .. MltchaH..." T.
1'1111{ 1/111111.0 lead from then on. Wednesday Jan. 25 the Th* Eskimo and th. Tllnkll I Indian brlirv, that the aurora Pami 1+... Bugs 'Indoors Too!
w.- I* M It "-.. Trail hit .._ ......., L.ChMMtar 144, J._.....I
the "
.... Eddie Thompklns was the Nuggets face bor aria la the uplrlu of I dead ul pi.,* g
for the TrailBlazers Blazers. Friday, Jan. 27 the
:; ,.11,. StatlaHc4l Cavattmi, O. artlt, ...-..). S. ...... high scorer, and Chuck Johnson Warriors play the Nuggetsand Baby Girls Taste Sweet RevengeThe Can Protect Your Home & BWgs.

.11',.
,.L 144.warrlarai, C.MMIM.-,.".M. nrtm points. Cavillers. Monday, Jan. 30 \. law Products Available. At F.P.C. Materials
r 41p .......L.Ckaaawr J+6, A. MclhiMW.II. T..,..... 14 14 14 II44WarMani the Warriors play the Trail BHS girls Junior varslH SMIMImMS could not compare with the Such .
.. As New HI Kill Tum-M-UP
DRED
o\! \ .. 14 4 1 11-14: Blazers. had a satisfying week on tM WllUam M. Mdllt 144 Tornados' 18 in the second
,. .
T. w '4i 4 Mankana 144. J.
C Ml then and BUS took the win. Are Safe When Used As Directed And
half
courts as they avenged Carry 444, P. Crawtam 144, C. ,
: only loss of the season by Jacakam '141. V. Cftan ..> t..... Hfl, Effective Against Most Household Pests
iReno "Old SUN, DoNs ...... ayr. 141.War4l 1'>-01 s .
Beats Buccholz well 14 4 '
ArmoryIn beating : as as "'-
.
i;: Florida D&B. a 444 IMaiM.-, .,MMCkall 101. '10 MS Ask Us About Any Specific Problem
Gi. 4 S 4 4-IIIlallMIni

I imi 0. Wllllamt 14-4. M. MMIIt _1. T. Hand And Tank Sprayers'
:? Two Games BIIS Z7-BVII13 .. BIIS1C-FLD&B12 Challenge After losing their only gameto The game was never really I..... .>.C,._*14-1,V. ChMMIir 44. li Several Kinds -
Buchholz earlier In the In doubt Saturday, as theTornados ... Sizes
the Tornados took I PL o5., Mill 144, MammM 114.IIHM144 I TARN-at.uP And Prices
season, stomed
-.iri The Starke and Reno Recreation Mike Chandler led Reno Eddie Winkler brought the Old sweet revenge Monday and 3812. over Florida'D&B .. NaaO.dy S.44. UllMIIt4.. ..... .
Departments went out with 24 points. Todd Jacksonwas Armory back into the lead at trompled the opponent 2713.: ; P
on the courts Thursday for a the high scorer for the half time 2322. '"It was a very hard fought The Baby Tornadoes play
two-game rivalry that ended Old Armory with 29 points. The Armory had Increasedthat and satlfylng win," said The first quarter ended with Green Cove at home Thur.
'' "with Reno in the winner's .Statistics: lead at the end of the third Coach Perry: McGrlff.SMS a six point lead for the Tornados Florida; .Monayathey U L
and the lead continued
.'J'IC>, = seat Reno: M. Chandler 11-2-24, quarter 3830. But Reno came D &
; Reno defeated the Starke W.Aldridge 3-1-7 J. Presley 3- from behintt and downed as the opponent could not meet at Hawthorne; and
"II' "Old Armory" team 6057 in 04 G. Goodman 34-6, G. Starke 58-54. SUM 4747-n S 5 4 17-17 score in the second quarter. Wednesday they face Mac- D-Con Special

>"' the first game.In Chandler 2-1-5, A. Dommon 5- Florida D&B's eight points clenny. d-CON 1 lb Meal Or Pellets
the first quarter. Reno 0-10, A. Barnes 102. Leading scorer for Keno -
'. held an eight-point advantage ..Starke: T. Jackson 14-1-29. was Lawrence Thompson with Bassmasters Lakeby /
with a score ot 18-10, and In- E.Watkins 4-0-8, D. Portia 3.0- ID points. Steve Grlffis led Try Sampson Reg $1,77DCon

I ; creased the advantage to II 6, D. Slocum: 1-O-2 D. Thorn Starke with 16 points. 2"

<" points by the half, 35-24. ton 3-04, C. Johnson 344. '*
,
good Roach Traps .1
..1"' The Old Armory went to tlatwtmiwi Nell Crawford' a raking over with the like to congratulate Earl and w.

,. work in the third quarter Reno also took the lead In k.TkaniaMilV4.lt,....AldrldSS... ..... Bradford Bassmasters pot. Ed for their fine effort. They
.. putting up 18 points on the the second game, 56-54. _S Marl II...,.AMrMt,,...T. Mills H.7.144 T. M.,J. .*...- .It launched their boats at While most Bassmasters sure fished hard, and never let Improve Your SoilFLORIDA FRUIT
yin>> Scoreboard and taking the Jumpting out ahead of the Old 141 C. Smim 141.tlarUi Cypress Run Landing on starched for those hawgsa Jody get out of sight.
lead 4239. Reno came back In in the first quarter .. .,Ift..,.,.,.. ..W........4- Sampson Lake Saturday a the so-called shoreline, TREES $379
: -'the' fourth and captured the Armory Reno led 16-5. The scoring >.'.,..M_.*ll,..511115150. .....,.. morning, Jan. 21. rl and Ed!: plugged the deep. Jody says he's ready for a
.
:
.11/.1'lead in the last. seconds. effort of Steve Grlffis and N Jam 14-t. At 5 p.m. all Bassmasters return match.
") ... The weather was a mite returned to the landing for the Bradford Bassmasters will PEAT
- damp and cold. By noon, w Igh-in. Earl Muse was the return to Dunnellon Backwaters $129 VINES $279

Celtics Suffer First Loss though, the sun broke through wi or Edwin Johns was for the February 1Bu.Bap ,
fill;I,. and warmed the air a lltt e. tournament.

I 1 Overcome Hawks 34-32 At 6 a.m. each Bass master arl landed six bass Including Bass fishing should be at its GARDEN &
: By followed Starling to his a 7Vi pounder, the best for the next four months. '
,; favorite hold.Jody Jody lives on largest catch of the tourna You can never tell about old / flOBIDA NURSERY CENTER

N'IO A tweek"ot: Junior' B Mick" L.tan*"'-",O.CHantflar 44,,,. ..4.aading..l.anrecy.for[ the Sampson and knows each bass ment. Earl said the bass are Bucket off Mouth;,""he can turn r BIST .," s4r. .4va" ,44, .
fuUVtof'' should be' ho
+ and quick
::4..J.45051os ,,... roe you Just as as
II' : 144 A nM I4J..C. H wfc.wae Emmett: Watkins penonal1y,::. F i ning in .
; .. ._ ; .
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d044a* ,moVaa> ..tbe'ba1low.1.i.; ta.r 111rn/d yM.q"- lakdMStw4t.rw.I ::
with 22 Scot lotthe ;) dY.dn: ou have to"
t:: t points. Hudson t >nlla slid ( Bass Wishes. CO'.O
/ Celtics 47-Lakers spavin within 30 days. "
34 I
a Celtics with points. 'f '1j flldt1 ard. Phone 964.5745
24 "'
t CM behalf of the club I would Neil Crawford ''!....,... ..
Jody knew he had to fish hard,
I Leading throughout the .. .
- .
Ma *4i 11 11 4-M w -
game, the Celtics defeated the too.A
ban master the
by
"., Lakers 47-34 in the Second tattle.I 1 11 Nw7 name
of Earl Muse
kept on plugging

"' : game High Tuesday.scorer for the Celtics SlatttMcnMawk4i S.WatklM" +11, .. aapf I. with his favorite plug until he '
1 .4.L.llmmMial44.S. aatlaay. 14-1,T.Harrl4M began to put those bass In the :'
was Scot Hudson with 38
141.Cinkti .
.' points and Slocum led the I. MU.MH q+'.,T,Tyiaa *- boat. *
"'' Lakers rith. 16 points. .....T. Cratky I.... Earl believes in using the"Spot' UIWGJB mKimm mmmmm ,
time. .
Statlitloi any place, any
C.mc.i .. HlMltall l>.1....T. TvaM LakerI2tN.eklZSThe He i is so good at using this plug
!: .,.. O. Smim, 41.1.lakarai Lakers defeated the that I believe he could catch Plymoulfi
O. Stacam 44-I.*. V.Clv4naa444. Nicks 39-25 In the second game fish out of his bathtub. He has CHRYSLER
rim'.t ...Oval 144,.. .
aallaiiy
1+1. h 4rwt 144. Thursday, with a close score confidence in It, and that is
hawks 34etics32The until the final quarter. what counts most.Earl' I LBiEILQ! ; 'vTBJ?

,' Celtics suffered their Leading scorer for the I
first loss of the season Lakers was DeWayne Slocum partner Edwin
Thursday In a close game that with 20 points and for the Johns, was using the same

ended with the Hawks the Nicks, Larry Long put up 10 type plug and was also landing
victor 3432. bass.Edwin said he lost a nice
points.
The first quarter ended with one. Bass can easily throw the

"" the score tied 1010. The Spot when he comes out to F9c: 1
Hawks ilatllMcaiLakmi make his run. Ave.
jumped out ahead in D. Siamm N+N. v. 964-7011 Temple
Calvarcm 144. S Oral.-....T. Plarca Earl said he and Ed found a -
the second
?< quarter 22-12. and ,.,.1,5.SONNY. 1+..A. Pannan 141.Nkkai shelf out In the lake and gave
the Celtics tried a comebackIn L.Lax 14.14 O.C_..44-

:. not the beat second the clock.half, 'but could .I, .. Jtaraa..,144. JO. Praacla 14-1. J.JaSNo Open 8-6 .DodgeTrucks Starke Florida

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ail ", Girls Have, Bad Week, Lose 3

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.vl t BHS girls varsity basketball BIIS39-FLIiDB6 IINIa1wI .
..... 144. J. WHM.m.' M.ID
i I' had a rough week, losing all Outplayed from the start ,.M",. _J. ....l-l-* ?. .. Oartay 4-14, a.
three of the games played. the Tornados could nor raise 144, 4. MlMIM ,.,...
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mil the score: Saturday as they lost PHI wlHay [3W
wilt|! t. 39-69 to Florida D&B. 114. ...vl.V-* *.....,... 14-1, Some people>> say that a lion WIIlW 1Il

"We Played probably our 'Hi will not tuck a true prince.
III' best overall game as far as 4 12 14 -3t In action this weeK, the
'
) playing defense and "Ds l 16 23 II 1949StatltHni Tornados play Green Cove at
I It passing
hustling" said Coach Jerry home Thursday. Jan. 26.
/.1
McGriff.but the team made a xft-J.aa.ltv 114.1.5N.w 14-I. Saturday they face Florida
few ,mistakes at the wrong J. WHIIanta 7+... S. SINN 1..-... f.Callran. D&B again, Monday they play
.. 174. S. Oarlay 144 .. Hawthorne at Hawthorne, and I
times,and theTornados loit by MIw....p 141. S. NudN. 1.- to Macctennv. .
.. three points In Tuesday's PL DMi-Haiwrnaii 4-1-I* PINK 144n Wednesday they go
',ti> game at Unlon'County. Jaycc ,+4. .awar 4 ....n. I .We Offer a .
5_... Palattnla44..x 1+.. I
ii ii ai 14wil .Mts..:-

.d, \I$5 the A Tornados bad fourtn a win.quarter Friday cost as I I A Complete Line Of New Chrysler PlymouthCars


[Hi! lUH.tleilMI .. (.,.... ,...,,J. WHIIimi 11.5, P. 4044.they slipped behind. Palatak I I Vans & Dodge Trucks Also Clean Used
C..".... .,.... S. O.May H.;, ..
n<= "Nothing went right that
T Mvrafty 144. 0. MvaMn 1I'11.dad'
uCHt H.llrnMiiat 141.Mcoill ltn.i entire quarter" said McGriff.
....k. .,.,, .. OMraa ,1-4-14.A.. '_1..
and missed 13 shots.
a.a5
pJD h.U: :, .. Largest Service We.Are Authorized To DoWarranty

.'" Ask Selectionof &.
Cars
Participate Repairs On All Chrysler Corporations

I (,'dl \ Charley Rv1.;
Tests
bnc In Area Special Olympics .I I Trucks.
gll E. Panelingin
...
.,!It" Seven Bradford County The group stayed at the
school students participated Naval Air Training Center John Combined Sales &> Service In The
while in Orlando. 45 Years Of
.
They
were Miles
cal'; < In' area Special Olympics WA careless act can cause
t ,t run.( dribble and shoot) accompanied by Mary Strong another to .lose his.
ire competition held in Orlando Carl Clark and Mary Burton. person Come In and see for your- Business
Special Olympics will have alght.Jds', 1DUC1ILInIty..andresult Automobile
Friday and Saturday. Jan. 20- self. Mon species mon
local track .and field events fa a law suit for
21. colors, /nor ales mor
sometime In
February. $100,000 or more.. The
> Of-the seven, four placed usual. 10.000 personal brands mon styles. Com- I
will to the state pare the kind of help do- FinancingAvailable .
first.'and go Dog Need ID Babflttjr poUcy b ne loafer
.Melbourne it-yourselfers get at our ; .
competition adquat : Can tie Charley i
place, tool If you ,want
1011.
Feb. Hampton dog owners have E. Johns Agency Increase "The Answers"' on panelIng Meet :

Starke Elementary School until Jan.31'. urns to have their mjr Comprehensive talk to u. We can Come Out And -
students placing first were dogs vaccinated and properly Personal lability te "talk back" with good -

I Bobby Wlflingham and Middle tagged. Including the Identification .00OOOK..a $1. 00,000 names you know, like .
Simmons. Bradford owner. for just a few dollars more .
School students Laverne Owners not complying with PO..7" .. Elbert Freeman Bill Royal
McDuffie placed first along this. ordinance face a SIlO fine A : .. .
with Fred Fayson of Bradford or 30 days in jail. Chamfer. OrWes SalesManager

High School. .... Dogs are also pot allowed to WyrhaensvVMI6IIM r
Dumas
run free in the cltv. or the JOHNS AGENCY
/. Also competing, were' elm owner will! face a $300 fine. or JOH $OH Owners

t.Cruccr and ,Felicia Nichols three months in Jail. 13f S.'WALNUYSf: STARKE $.TW.a.. ||.
'who placed third and Bobby These ordinances nriC be PHONE .
904-5070
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!* TELEGRAPH: Jan.28. I 191,. .
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_ Inmate Receives 199 YearsJames \ 9 Qualify If or Brooker; : ; Vote I IA

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a guard stood at each murder conviction .
Thomas Hayes process first-degree ,,, Jt >
ceived sentence of lift! years re door: others roamed the halls. of an inmate killing '.'. i field of nine have'qualified' Vying for the one year term and Tommy Raulerson pitted.
In prison Thursday after a 12 another inmate in about four k for the five open spots In the at mayor are Blake Hamiltonand against each other
found him After about two hours of years. Brooker election set for present marshal,Kenneth
person jury guilty !i Twins. George(& Pierce has Running for council feels
found ,
.
deliberation Hayes was 14.Unopposed
murder of( February '
of the first-degree a this for a two
been the acting since open year year
mayor
of the June l 1977! stabbing
State guilty
fellow Inmate at Florida <
Market Incumbent Pierce
Harold J. Cobb. motivated Mujik when qualifying there were no candiates for term are
Prison. card i ended II a.m. Tuesday Jan. that job In last years election former councilman' Kenneth/
by a game gambling
Circuit Court Judge Wayne debt. Investigators said. Probed ,., 23.was Mrs Eva Clark for the after Roy Carroll did not seek Young, A.B. Adams, who ran
handed down the -
M Carlisle Robbery I last unsuccessfully
year
sentence after he told Hayes"a Cobb was stabbed once In the \l one Mrs.year Clark position succeeded of city clerk. re-election.. newcomer Cecil Milvin,
retiring
man lies dead out there by heart Starke Police are still In. ... _.: The seats that are open are
"..'" ..; ,,,. :: -"'" ,"'''' ."" .- "'" clerk Linda Robinson last The marshal's Job will have
your hands Hayes must vestigiiling( ( a Friday night. candidates John Henry! Knightan Plerce's and Otis Testone.
serve 29 calendar years beforehe Hayes was seen with a ten Jan. 2U.) armed robbery at the James Thomas Hayes leavei the courtroom with taped mouth year
is eligible for parole. inch knife by Inmates, and !Majik Market conveniencestore after receiving his IM year sentence!]
Hayes would not stop talking! was seen talking to Cobb on on West Madison Street
as Judge Carlisle attempted the basketball court Shortly A police spokesman sold a

again and again to pronouncethe thereafter. Cobb ran from the. man entered the More and told Brooker Council Move To Amend Town Charter I
sentence and wan orderedto courts bleeding a fellow inmate clerk Louise Broxton of Begins .
have his mouth taped shut testified No one saw the Starke. "This Is a robbery Be
Security at the courthousewas stabbing although another Inmate cool ami give me the money." The wouldrepe.a The council will hold
had to begin again. that a
amendment
when come
tight Hayes was flanked lentil led that he hud seen Police said t the robber kept There was a bit of history, a never repealed new one.wej' special meeting each month
written. council after a recommendation I the old ordinances and
w ith guards as he approachedthe \Hayes steal the knife his left hand in his coat bit of reminiscence and some 'e valid in addition to the regular
bench to hear his sentence In a ::10 i() minute recess Judge 1)J'kt't.1I11 if he had a weapon. laughter as the Brooker City And after the laughter had from attorney Jess adopt new. ones."From monthly meet Ing. to discussthe
Wolbert and the Florida
According to Judge Carlislethe : Carlisle met with attorneys in One other person was In the Council delved into their past down the Brooker a legal standpoint I charter amendment '
died ,
of has to
Cities begun
building was "like Fort the case to determine If evidence slope! at the time of the robbery Monday night. decided that the time League would be hard-put to defend
council
Knox" !because of the possibility warranted the death At a special 'me Ung.the create a charter amendment. any of the ordinances we have I",.
that Hayes might make penallyccordu to Police reported the robber council members searched read tonight." said Wolbert.He .r,
a break if he were found Assistant State Attorney Tom Hod wild a till undetermined through the city ordinances Legislative Hearing Set Monday added that many of them "A lot of things are standard
guilty As the court was in Klwell this is only the second amount of mnrx'y.thLac dating back into the 'SO's. The are not valid many give and can just be plugged
ordinances set the speed limitat !I The local legislative Skinner. D-Lake City, and duties to Brooker officials that in. but there are a lot o things
25 mph.. but today the delegation will hold its annual Representative Frank are duties of the county or the that you. will have to wrestle
signs read 30, m.p.h. The public hearing Monday Williams. D-Starke. will be Ma le. with Wolbert said.
? fS (]J(aLLwirLLi((3 penalty for exceeding the Jan. 30, at 1 p.m. in the available to answer questions.
emit was set at$500!! a fine the Bradford County Chairman of the county

:? ( (! ( : townOmay collecting. have trouble C/ommlMioln in the courthouse.meeting room Indigent commission(& health E.W.services Hodges said at Brooker Newsby

Some ordinances were The delegation of Senator regional hospital will be one of o I
IN CONCERT unsigned others unsealed ;Kenneth "Buddy" Mackay.Jr. the Items brought to the attention Jeannrlte Prescott
in conflict with
SPONSORED IT other!Many ordinances were that were ., D-Ocala; Sherill "Pete" delegation.of the legislative- Phone 4N.VI7I3:

PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH Hodges said the commission Monday LVSCIIl\USV: Beef : Vegetable The community DEATH wishes to

'South Pacific'' Is Sold Outthe thinks the 1977 Florida Health Soup and cheese, tomatoes express their henrtfclt
Care Responsibility Act is garden salad raisin cup. sympathy to the family of Mr.
detrimental to small counties sandwich milk, cookie. J.B. HUBS during the loss of
FEB. 3rd The four remaining performances cast "somewhat uptight and they will be asking for a Tuesday: Boiled beans with their loved one. lie was
of "South Pacific" Jockel felt but' the cast still revised bill. The act placed ham, cabbage. and carrot residing at Hahlra..Ga. when
are completely sold out according gave a credible performance. the ultimate financial salad,'banana pudding rolls he died Sat. Jan.: 21 Ids
7:30 P.M. to Mrs. Pat Spenglerof Saturday night however obligation for medical funeral was held there on
: the Starke Woman's Club the cast received a standing treatment of an Indigent milk.Wednesday: Pizza,buttered Tues. A long time resident of
the sponsoring organization ovation. People in the patient on the county in which peaches green Brooker. his wife Ermu is the
audience became involved In the patient lives or have the' potatoes beans, slice break milk daughter of Gent Stokes.
"My! phone has been ringing the story Saturday night bill taken from state revenue chocolate cake with chocolate Local survivors include Mrs.
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM all day People keep asking to Jockel said. Some were sharing money. Ethel Russ a sisterin law :
Highway :oOl Storke have it a fourth weekend" crying totally Involved. Hodges said the commissionwill topping.Thursday: Meat loaf with Mr\ C.L. Atkinson; uncle:
!Mrs Spengler said. But she The production Is set to be probably bring other Joyce Castlen and clean Love-
tomato turnip
ClfT SHOP JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYHiqhw.iy said no decision about ex staged Friday and Saturday Items to the attention of the sauce greens. lace both cousinsKKfKKATION.
Tickets Available At: 104W Call SI starke \ 301 S Starke tending the performances has night this weekend. Jan. 27-28. delegation pineapple. milk. pudding: cornbread
been made. and next weekend. Feb. 3-4
/ PINE LEVEL BAPTISTCHURCHL "Everything clicked," said With each performance sold Friday: Fried Chicken with : .:
$ Jockelof out the Woman's Club should gravy on rice, fruit cup. sweet The Ladies of Brooker are
50 director Richard
100 3' Miles West Ol Slarke play .
milk.PERSONALS
Highway .f peas biscuit softball\ team.If .
Saturday's performance. take in over $4ooo on the six ObituaryMrs. tying to form a
For Further Information Call 964-6490 964 7056 Opening night Friday found performances. YOU or any one you know are
interested in Joining pleae get
Murray A. O'SteenMrs Mrs. Pearl Markey has re in touch with either \Mrs. Hetty
Murray A. O'Stecn 83. turned home after spendingtwo Jean Nipper or Mrs I Lydia
died Friday. Jan. 20. after a weeks with her nephewand Polk. They need participantsvery
brief illness. wife. Mr. and Mrs. John in order to
yourrefrigerator's The widow the late John Green in Germantown. Tenn. badly
O'Steen of Brooker Mrs. She returned home with them organize. .
O'Steen lived in Miami. She after visiting relatives. On OF:.ITII
was a homemaker and a their way back they visited to
We extend our sympathy
member of the Central Bible friends in Georgia traveling
\Mr Bob Thomas's family in
temperature Church of Miami. through Plains then on to the loss of their'' loved one.
Survivors include one sister, visit. Mr and !Mrs Terrell
Mrs. Viola Edmondson. of Green in Thomasville.. Ala.
Miami: two nephews James, Germantown; is a suburb of Killed
._ __--- *a".' '"u rr"aYaNr""rrMrMp 1I1-l.'II! ,,,,,,,,.aM1T'"MANA"'fir. ', and Morris Starling of Memphis Tenn. Mrs. Markey
Graham; five grandchildrenand reported she had a wonderful

: ; seven great grandchildren time!. r J j.i"; .'' .,."oJ'OIlf'lllt.il. "" '<. II:lilt,, -t, ,

9 ): it _.. ', i;b"k; &ii t Graveside,t funeral )eTvices' '7 os A' -, "-4'W --*. A *corFecn<>nafr '+ttice> l- at

".. .. _,__'_', ...., ...-".,-..-.;>._""...._, were held Jan. 23 at Antioch .Florida State Prison. Kwords
,, Baptist Church Cemetery with was traveling north on SH-16
,,'. Archer-Tanner Funeral HomeIn ; 1ou-Xnow and apparently swerved into
charge of arrangements the southbound land and hit

!Mrs. H.M. Richarde spent heads with Gaskins traveling
r k kr the weekend with her son-in- in the southbound lane the
1" fhr FOR SALEALUMINUM law and daughter !Mr. and Florida Highway Patrol

SHEETS Mrs Lyle Buck in Palatka and reported.
they attended the wedding ofMt'II. The FHP estimated SJ.OOO

,, I y ::::::.... sl/ m /tiru: : 24 5/t". 36" .009"" I lied. Richarde's to Mark Faust niece.Saturday. Kathy Datsun damage station to Ew wagon ends' 1976 and

._ / .I5 E.cfc night in Jacksonville. Also S.l.ooo( damage to Caskm.s'
1976 Ford
I'I \ attending the wedding were pickup truck.
b E.L. Matthews and sister. Mr. No charges were filed in the
.L@ : .li) THESE ARE OFFSET H.B. McLendon of Orlando accident.
I : ; PRINTING PLATES. who was here for the weekend. ICwerds! was acquited to
r, December b>' a Bradford
4, S .''w- I 0 U.Islt.d Ameant. County petit jury of Introducing -
\ b CASH KKtilSTEKS; : NIK 2 contraband la gum
? Bradford Printers Total N department. I.MHI: Into FSP and had recently.
4-e30S each Phone 116-I. 1114. The returned to his Job.
f Of) tit Shop..
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'pr..hIHv nit down on 'pur air-i unJmanulg.Anol / rclnger.itor' door The .i\'mu+ could"be siizmficnnt reduced 1'by one third 1 by turning the washer off '. WEDNESDAY ''
\ th.mocsare. your electric: hill \hay dropped'iiecorJinuK. \ What about defrosting. A manual detnntrclnuerator before it reaches the dry cycle. Simply open the :. IFrtrwry 1)) ).30 PMwruin All Seat( Reserved S4.50 55.50'S6.S0 Included ""

\ / '. Put \\e want to help M>II I save / h"III"c\ defrosted when the frost door and ,allow, the dishes to air dry. / FAMILY men SATI SIN. CIlLAirjl noil 12. At Performances Marked sods, a
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t"t"Look around kitchen.Th.it refrigeratorsitting This will only '. it'll !: w ill be ready at one time. Two or threeJlt'f \"a'I II TURSDAYMmiary
four / not >Incrg> sa.c wear ( 214 l 00 PM. A 8 00 PM. : \ROW M UU Tr Col.Mum. Bo.OH \ / there is II I..II\. the third largest user of and tear on lour appliance, .as ,well. And if ronc dishes can be 1 baked with lictlemore iI AAY Regency Jquw .S.ar Downtown A Orange Poll
electricity in the home. And though/ t food uni'rc shopping/ a new' rcfflg t.lt'r/freor. energy<: than one. And since: insulation holds the _IF.ena ajY :314 00 PM. a ft 00 PM (U.. Your Start Charge).All 7 Col I Record Shopt '
preservation's! essential, ti> the home 12 m.'nrh.1 be sure to kn>k for one' of the high efficiency hear; ovens require enerllv-\nh' periodically.What's SATURDAY MUM Ship Uoi Beach& Sf Auguttine, )

)je.ir. the costs ot lour refrigerator/ and manyof models.! And remember trost-tree models more when cooking frozen f foods in the Ifttnmy 4i' |1100|! ) AM. 31 PM & 8 PM Gaut. Tl .d III "SA MASTER 'HUGE!
,I' the other non.sm appliance* in your kitchencan though} !: convenient use more energv than oven, let them first thaw"Foods require a lot lesscooking SUNDAY' VISA" ttf Ticket ..... Ul(I'") 1)3.IM :'.
be reduced Here lire .1 I tew; suggestions/ / !: regular mixieU.Check time when Jefrl>5teJ. I (efrul/V! M 1 100 PM I 5 30 PM tm Sfmmf MM. Ufc. Ul M4)( ) m.|MJFOUfJEST ST.Pale.

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inside (for 1 15; minutes), thencheck can freely pull it loose vou! may have to replacethe }It contains .all tour of good kKcMf. ;"

.. the reading. It it'* colder than 40 raise: gasket*. AnJ try to Avoid putting your suggestions/ on how to pave, energy i M.ti ewe' A.ni l c.NIl', IlAfl' .'aNMo.fI f

the setting on your thernvwt.it. Chance are refrigerator/ next to a stole If possible' dace' l IC sand Pick a copy ti,,Ja). Ae.lr. ',:
..oii II be \\.werinl/l'lIr/ electric bill.. AnJ u hlilly.'u're in the coolest area of the kitchen. ,it's free money At nil FPL up offices.PlOfllOA _. k "IMr I : < ..,_ 'I -as. .:
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put I leftover Into your refrigerator! let the fordsl too little can reduce efficiency.: Use your special 1 1f..1Iure" OWIH t LIGHT COMPANY .

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'J' Ff: .w ,",'I-, terested In: 'The results are
Congratulations in order : "\ MUSIC NEWS
Student and Parents bent which children will qualify foi Ms. Claudette Peterson-INa. .. for two of Mrs.are Haas's 'I! :',1,",to' I .r to posted on Mrs. Woodf in's

are Important cia_ to the Title I reading prograre JoAnn Tyson's fourth grade students Curtis Willlngham. The kindergarten classesare music room door on Monday

remember: help for next year. has been working hard on These two students took part learning a few basic stepsIn morning. We will then begin

January 23, end at learning their multiplication In the R.D.S. area meeting In folk-dancing. The first working hard In preparing the

grading period. On Arbor Day. Friday tables. Andy Jones has Orlando Saturday and came .hA ; graders will begin next week musical for presentation to

-January 17 teacher January,each class plantedtheft mastered the facts 09. The home with blue ribbons and .(- The second and third friends and relatives In the

planning day (abide. do not own pine tree seedling students making the beat will get to go to the State meet .t 0, graders are moving along Spring
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attend school that day). near their classroom. These scores for the week January- later. ..; i )' on their resonatoraelils. Lunch Men

January 30. report card seedlings were furnished by 13 are Ada Griffls, Greg Mrs. Deborah Dixon Miss Curtis Simmons and Bobby The third graders are Jan3l.Feb.3MONDAY

come home with students-be the slate of Florida Paige, Rickey Gainey and Deborah Gray Mrs. 'Donna Willlngham came bone from earning how to play them by Jan. M- Chill

sure your child brings hisreport Department of Agriculture. Brian Lane. These teacherswill Brewer and Mrs. Cynthia the R.D.8. area meeting with reading musical notes. We are with beans, garden salad,

card: home that day. be sending home two lists Morton's kindergarten two blue ribbon fortunate enough to have applesauce, cheese toast.

-From February t-17 the In Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's from the Statewide Readingand classes, have been Introducedto The teachers leel that by enough sets of bells for each milk.

selection of Safety Patrol fourth grade Lynn Dukes and Spelling Vocabulary List a new letter person each letting Individual students student In one class at a time. Tufo
members from grade four Tracey Rowan delivered the to be I studied home. Parentsare week. This past week the participate the learning The fourth and fifth graders loaf with tomato sauce

and five will take place. Arbor Day presentation over encouraged to help their children enjoyed guest visit process will become more are doing well on jumping the buttered whole potatoes,

-On February W !the new the Intercom on the morning students learn these items. from "Miss I." worthwhile. eight foot long poles In turnip greens, pumpkin pie.

patrol members willasawne of Friday. January 20. "Miss I." and her "itch," Finder to students and rhythm. This Is calledtiniklingI' cornbread. milk.,

their duties. Selection ef Students in this room are 4-H News presented the vowel "I." to the parents: Prizes are going to Soon they will be WEDNESDAY.: Feb. 1-

students this hover Job will studying current events and Elisabeth Rathbon, Miss I. children with a musical performance be given to the student who able to do it with music. This Sausage links buttered rice

depend on their good gradesand bringing In articles to share. Monday evening, January presented the vowel "I" to the Starring In the title brings In the most Campbell Is a great skill for keeping tomato gravy. field peas,
classes this
excellent citiaewhtp.Southslde They have been doing 16. Lowell Parrish 4-H week.kindergarten role as "Miss I," was Soup labels so start saving steady rhythm and by peaches roll milk.THURSDAY. .

research reports about China. director and group leaden of Elizabeth Rathbun. today coordination.The Keb. 2-
So far, Leroy Grlffls and Tuba fifth grade audition for with
Meat spaghetti
the 4-H of Bradford and sauce

School Is their Kenny reports Rasnicn with have the phared class. Union Counties met at the Gillmore Named Tree Farm ChairmanA going"Hansel on this and week Gretel"and!, by are the cheese slice, french tossed bread.salad.
apple crisp
currently in the process: of Agricultural Georgia are going along very

searching promoting for assistants the school and Mrs. Elaine Wood-Ms. Starke McFadden.to hear MSW.Mrs.. speak Melrose man has been gram is designed to recognize ments for certification. "This well.way. All of the students who milk.FRIDAY. Feb. 3- Bologna

volunteer Shirley Johnson's fifth grade about children between the named District Tree Farm and encourage good forest service coordinated by the are trying out are working cup. macaroni and cheese
program. class received library management practices on the Florida Association very hard to be the best one cabbage slaw fruit
Any parent or Interested ages of 10-12 years.. Chairman for a twelve county Forestry cup.
citizen who wants to volunteer instruction: from Mrs. Burney Mrs. McFadden .IsChildren's area in Northeast Florida. part of non-Industrial private Is free to the landowner. for the part they are In- cookie roll. milk.
Winkler, librarian the week of woodland owners. Volunteer
Coordinator for the Frank Gillmore, a -
their time to assist. at school procure-
January 16-20'With emphasis foresters under Gillmore'sguidance Any landowners wishing to
contact the Bradford-Union Guidance ment forester for SL Regis
at may their earliest school convenience.office I on the use of the card catalog Clinic in Starke and Lake Allied Operations will be : will Inspect a land- have their property inspectedfor

and the encyclopedia.<< Butler and is a Social Worker. responsible for all new tree owner's property, make certification may contact
Students worked hard recommendations for Gillmore at (904)) 751-0900 or
ppaartf cipantionarellmitlaa.tor very Her talk was designed to farm inspections, reinspeclions -
example: assisting classroom and accomplished a great deal assist the group leaden to of existing tree farms management practices and write: Tree Farm, c-o Florida -
during this week. either certify the property as Association Post
teachers with small deal with children who are In and other program requirements Forestry
a member of the Tree Farm Office Box 1696, Tallahassee ...D
assisting the CrouPli the transitory period from In this part of Florida. .._ _
System or explain require Florida, 32302.
childhood to adolescence and The Florida Tree Farm
education teachers with 'In Mrs. Beaulah Lennon's who often pro The first record fire engine was built for the city of

outdoor aclUvitles.assiittng In kindergarten the student experience Augiburg Germany in 1518. It consisted of sUrge
the library, assisting with "growing pains" at this age. 'lever-opnated squirt mounted on wheeled
lunchroom supervision office winter have been season made through aware stories of the, Topics covered included Youngsters Get A Week To RememberThe a carriage.

children's In-
recognizing :
assistants can be used
poems and pictures, as well at and themto
and dividuality helping
assisting with bus leading
varied art work. Thaw forest's Boll, air, water child attend a center for a
unloading as well aa express developmental Florida Division of
other activities. Whatever many studentsarebeginnlng to readas characteristics of// this age Forestry wants to give some animals and plant life with the week often the idea just Community State Bank Of Starke
well nard '
as working on
and and help of professional foresters / Gay said
discipline grows
available time you lave will group of our state's less fortunate
their manuscript writing. and field leaders. Florida
team the
be coordinated suit the managementMrs. a week to For example ton .. ....... .... .. .
They plan to have some youngsters >ohr sc..l 'Community < .*. Bank .* tt.rft.' ..
McFadden pointed out A $60 enrollment fee covers Federations of Womens Clubs fur ,.... ,. .. .
school's needs at that remember this summer. ** in th at ri0 *j ** ih om.nc tu ,<. particular time. We have examples of their work on that during this stage of The division headed by the student's meals, teaching throughout its member clubs ... mn Dec...._>*, 197 f,
view In thelibrary. materials and health and the state
sponsored
growth other adult models across
some parents already John Bethea. Is kicking off a
accident Insurance for the 20 of /.LANCE tusitA.
outside the home can often approximately percent
involved in this
drive this month for privately
program. In Mrs. Sandra Duncan'sfifth week.The fee is when the students attending the
have a positive and lasting payable .,.
If you would JUke to ajtfUt., contributed scholarships to toI
the students
learn about the grade effect on children. She said the student enrolls at the state sessions on scholarships. It is
more send boys
underprivileged
Southslde School program or with planted the terrarlugs able assistance January and 19 discipline Is a sign to the child and girls on a unique weeklong forest environmental center of considering Increasing the I I Ca.A J ft lr a.ddurrl.m*...... ...bu.W...... 'H'Sir

if you have questions, please that you love him and care learning adventure In our his choice. effort this year. J Obli.*"...gi afiwt V ft O...'.*...".*Q**ni Man
call Dewey McKlnney, instruction: of Mrs. Diane enough about him to help him Summer Environmental But many students es If you or your organizationis I ObltffJAffUfl Ol Stfltl areas.pnnN.I| l ......*..,..,"ft III
Westcott from the Vo-Tech. correct his behavior. Children pe.daUy.those from our interested in learning how >. Ufhti ftons)..note..untt d.t>.fitui*fc Ji Non*
principal at 9645586. Trainingfor Education Program.The ..... '
The students furnished their Corpora** 'N...
cities who would benefit can a child con-
this often tackle you sponsor
any assistant's job will be at age more summer program / rr.tftttif., own containers and Mrs. than they are ready for and more by a week such as this tact the nearest Florida r.dr..I l ,... ,, .
provided and all help will be developed by the division is %ilrl*nd i* rilr..m mt lo tet.l.. sic
Westcott brought the plants continue to need guidance and can't afford it.Environmental. Division of Forestry office or S 4 I HAH* tcMI, "i>srliitfini| tmr.iMtJ income) 4M1b
much appreciated. and planting medium needed. firm limits, said Mrs. Mc an opportunity for 1,000 or Forester write Environmental L..... palm*tot iMmibtito.fili' ....% tl

February the On Tuesday January 24. the Fadden. students more middle to explore and high the school wood- Barry W. Gay, the 26-year-old Forestry Florida Division of I* C 05.11/.a.tUAit Ni'l. ...._...",* S +* NOfl 4y
class took a field trip to the coordinator of the division's Collins
Couiorehensive Test of Basic 4-H teaches youngsters lands and water environment Forestery, Building. II B<*'ik |it'iiim't furiitMti dud town..sad'OtN.r antis
Starke in .. .... .... ......
Past Shop different types of skills Summer Program said 65 Tallahassee, Florida 32314. nttrii. ... fit
Skills will be given to all their foods many Is of two of Florida's largest were contributed phone ((904)) 488-7000. II MP.I S' ialrowmd' OTpr ,ihjtntMnk ..,.....,.. H
students In kindergarten unlU This class has planned and open to all children be- state forests. scholarships: U iHVi'Mtm-nt uMtoiioli" ..f*>d Mitn.if...,..*nd.....;....*com.*...t *ono
through fifth grade at tween Grades 3 through 12. During the sessions at With- last year by public spirited 14 CtlUuiHiM. h.trjihty l0llH bflfeOfl.C.a pl.nCO.OUltMn.inf) NOM
the school menu for February For more information about 4- individuals, companies and 14 Oilii.tr 4v, .ffU
Southside. This test is very lacoochee State Forest near
important as it may help 9 which will be: fried chicken mashedpotatoes H call Logan Fink at 496-2321. Brooksville or Blackwater civic organizations to help TOIAL ASifViMMnut.t.m I ilhr.wtjnl"l r 5133T
carrot sticks this HOUSEHOLDHOTLINE .
peas need.
determine whether child will rolls milk and For more information about River State Forest at Munson, meet ilA.ILITl'.ft 'r t
4-H phone Lowell Parrish, 964- This year the division wantsto
be It promoted will also to the next determine grade. dessert of pineapple tidbits. 6280, extension 224.CB'era the student will examine a expand the number of 0''.........tji>.i0....ut intlivitf ul. partiiot.......and............. )4f

help scholarships in order to reach II Lint and.arMS4.5.nn.,11M'rldula. l ...liivr th.. <......p.r.t I* 0.".\. .Of Unilnd Slats Oova>i ilMIWItr
more special children. by Mary 8. Yea rta 10 ...'......at II...'.land politic! ...".......* unt yyf
"gasAK N SWAMt "We found last year Your County Extension /t 0.pO.NtIC,5511 Movvntmentt and oll''d.i*n.tituli',.n, Mono
Y3u ;; WHlrE which first effort n O> pcmH til cuinnii'*rt i tiAMiit .
A ( I 4T 5la TNr was our Home Economics Agent : : ..,." No *
IJ c.a..drd.hla.n
Gat.Alwtl 4'I mid y' that once a club or group gets QUESTION t Can I make upa chtOi .. .
+ the CIvii t S1uP?.., If 1Ut LP''O''UJl'm'1JI.Igi lf9w..eI.ill "" /f..
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Involved with helping a needy amount of Instant. a,1. rnem/ndarp.l.
rr.c large n '.
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hair 'eY MO. (i3y1i .SrLYa JMfatpX +ns c. .;S "" creamer(Mrs. L.W.) It red.nl/Yd., ."....._......."..."".,.. ,.',,sn0AVNmont, .idtryunlaS.

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c.Cee te.4. < .. UNWANTED GUESTS ANSWER: YES. Mix two )* Oihvr habililif. tot "burrowed mt..*y No.i.
pIRB a parts of hot water with one }t Mur IQAMU Kidi' 'btidn' .tt Nona
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t.}, ... I.N) to .\. KEN TEAL I HAVE ARRIVED part Instant Creamer. The ,. U'Nerbabnd must be stored In the
liquid refrigerator -
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"Q 0 \; .. see our first swarms of store cream.

#' F"Y IIVGIII .'0.A C4 <> Termites Termites are a QUESTION: What Is the 1I0u'ra CAPItAL \
IIN. C "
a y '' serious problem In warm
difference In meat"tuna
sfih "light JHfff>t*rifd Sluts No tanS 0ullNndn. NIn. I IPat vol., ., .....
Oft 4 areas* and have already' and "white meat" tuna? U CummoS.bna N* shares au/h0.q.d. U.OOO i
asters CARPETS FOR PLAY bun sighted In this' area. (Mrs. C.S.) b Ntt .h/srt toult.MdiMd Nan |IrmaIY./ISO,
tt..e ; ..
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I Termites strike five _
its ANSWER: "Light meat"lure
QUEEN I3zt: In- II i Undivided, .*il.
are continually pr
r6 aNt\\.e:, 0 0 times as many homes as costs less than "white ul|
j novatlng, presenting new .310.a.u/ultunhW.n".3 l 'ndotnar r.pit4l....rvat MM Q
fire. ... .. ...
a meat" tuna. In decending 3r "H..L'QUlfY'.Lh." ilrnit ,....Nl| fj|
I. c.OO \tl'I" 1' I.r 6w Sk/tlNtR"/ Ideas In printed floor Over M5.000 American order ''of price, packs are II TOTAL LIADlLITllftANOIOUITV COITAL"", .lr.ff JO
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solid chunks ??
fancy or are
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department this ytar. But
( flaked or grated. In making I MIMOMANOAAv
nurseries, others for
termite will be discoveredIn
tt 3luE A tGl:4'; salads or creamed tuna or
kitchens and some for mere than 2000.000 casserole It's I .. *e,I.. l n or 10 c.i.nd4r d.yt*ndin.with Meat.
playrooms. At least one homes. About one out of even dishes. ,* Caw .ides hon..."."..."tp.iMlt to >t.m lab.el 'let''
Raise $1,427 For Steve Murphy malor manufacturer Is fifty dweilingitThat's why important to remember that tt Fi'dvr l luitd sold, .n4 t....*.... ...,.ft..... ..." .*jr......... to rtH.
you usually use tuna In small I.corr t..ond.tettm I bovol, /
making carpets which termite protection Is .as pieces so don't need the C Vital' la. ?l cor**>....,,"...itom f......., 4141#<
are giant gameboards for Important to you as your solid you d Tini "....%*.. ol ftioo 0'0.' murt..aI,.*....". lo..........ntf..t.mi ). ..,iuo .
A weekend road block and React the coffee: break at Morgan Road In Starke Steve use in playrooms. homt-owner's Insurance pack. 3b 0.151 041
coffee break for two year old Bradford Square made a total is currently receiving a blood Carpet Is the today QUESTION) How can I Tolol, d.eoi'U<;,r....ondloit' .m!.*bt ..' '*'.
transfusion each day in addition policy. remove Ink stains from my f. palatal, futirU "."...... and ....?.,. vrtdor .9rtomonVtffa
luekemia patient Steve of (713 The road block happening In floor cover. .
Termites can do thousands shirt rp. rch ...". poridi lo item 11.....t Non
Murphy netted 11.427. collected $714. to other treatment at Ings. Manufacturers are of dollars In damage husband's pdckets: ? .1 Olhtir heXxl.r.ft. (or borrowed monoy I..rro.pondi bdpm, 7*ftowol Mono
Sponsored by the Gatorland The only child of Mr. and Shands Teaching Hospital in taking the toad In setting before can even know (Mrs. T.H.) t Undbv. ..It.,. ol ..."., oytklartdinf Non
you ,..... ... .
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CB Club and Union County Mrs. Steven Lee Murphy of Gainesville.COMMITTED home' decorator styles. they're around. PreventionIs ANSWER a ballpointpen I. %" ol ft 100 000 mortm
Ink stain face down t.m.t.rldea.ld.poulnd.n.mmal.MNSINJM..man
'Carpets should be more far better than the cure. towels. Sponge the back on b 0..... ttm."......)".n omownift...IM.MO or moro 41*)'.*
than |lust f unctlonal..tl ey paper
The btrkws.s who helped with their iontributlon8: should be the center of the TsrBites' or suspicious of the stain with'a dry
Insects are seen call your
solvent. If instill
ware: cleaning some
decor. local Termite specialist. remains rub with bar I. M4...irll MIlVB. n. V..pt..., .! Hi. .....*itam""d lash .a talamnlv'
BalcMIn, Chev. ads InD. Food Fair Kentucky Fried Chicken Be sure to took over our Controlling termites In a all"... IIaIIt.. report o. candifian trwt and e...... ffa tti. batt of my
B.F. Goodrich TIre Center ,W.P.X.E. Radio Julia' Port largo Inventory of carpets home Is difficult and can soap; rinse and launder. ..._,.".. and ".h.. '.
fountain ink
Automotive Parts Carrier Bradford County Telegrllph Pastry Shop before choosing.' Our only be accomplished by a Remove the stain pen with by tottftt; Alta|tMarajaret
Smash Brei. Body Shop Eagle Army Navy \/IIIat'bone/ Fried Chicken courteous salesmen will qualified professional' dampening I I. Millar '
To-Rena Pauurard AndI'llM Drugs I Hardee', be happy to confer with exterminator water; rub with bar soap then .
T.G. and V. Pbve ii'e Defry Freeze you on making the right rinse. Soak in an enzyme presoak ..ct. ft route' "...ct..
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Last...'*heavy rain e(more than four Inches .has
had 00 noticeable effect on low lake level that areeaaslnf i'
And All some Keystone Heights area lake to be r ,
divided by sand bars forming two lake where em By
existed before, {,., i BObbY'I
Top picture shows the view from the far tide of I
Good. bad. or Indifferent? promise than you can by swatting with a Brooklyn) Bay.Water no longer flows under the bridge ___ o I
big stJck. ON Highway caaslng Lake Brooklyn soda boy to ___ Taylor I
become two separate bodies of water. __
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The view you take of Pres lentCarter's We hope the American people were P.n..e.Lak., (below). Just off Highway 19 between ____ I
State of the Nation address the the cemetery and the golf course look like n ___ PHONE H4-4289
listening when he said: "Every day _
may depend on whether you are Democrat for pair of eye-glass lenses with a sandbar bisecting the Probably the most physical
nation spends more than $120 million middle. .
of gardening .is
vegetable
Republican or Independent.As foreign oil, and this slows our economic The low lake. levels are curbing the activities of preparing part the soil for I

growth lowers the value of the dollar boaters,.klle... and fisherman.Unless we have a long planting. On large gardens
usual unbiased comment on thePresident's wet spring It looks like a long, dry (and dull) summer t mechanical equipment suchas
and unemploy .
overseas aggravates far hike region ....UOll.... '
speech was as scarce as the roto-tiller
a or tractor-
ment and inflation at home. The people
hen's and much drawn often Is
teeth plow
proverbial pretty
words
should not only listen to these ,
followed the partisan political phiiosophy necessary,and even the hiring
but should ,write to members of of such equipment for the job
of the commentator.To .
Congress repeating President Carter's M .. Itself may be practical.
warning that "we have to act." However, on smaller gardensthe
members of all parties however it task can be accomplishedwith

was evident that Jimmy Carter now The speech, stripped of some of caw 8 GI a spade, spading fork or

realizes Rome was not built in a day Carter's old objectives and carrying t hovel.

and all the ills of the nation cannot be little that was new came from a some- Turn the ground about three
cured in ;I, weeks before planting when
a
year. what disillusioned man, stung by the re the soil is dry enough to work.

verses and disappointments of his first Turn the soil completely over
"What we have found said Jody year in office.: .. trimming back on some when spading.

Powell the President's press secretary of his goals... and laying aside some of
"Is that we must be more patient. It may his fondest dreams. Weeds, cover crops and
take longer and it may be more difficult added organic matter' such s
animal manure may all be
than we thought to accomplish all the But on balance it was a thoughtful, spaded under at the same
things we wanted to do." In dealing witha reasonable speech delivered in a direct time. Sufficient time must be

slow-moving Congress that might well manner unembellished with high flown allowed for freshly turned-

be the understatement of the year. phrases and demagogic oratory a under organic and become material to
fairly
of modest and modest decompose
speech objectives well-rotted before seeds are '
Firm words spoken with a smile hopes but objectives and hopes that planted. Woody plant

formed the keynote of the speech should be attainable. His priorities were r materials such as sticks and

even when the President told membersof clear: No. Strengthening the dried dog-fennel stalks are

Congress "we have to act," and said economy. No. 2Getting an energy bill best removed from the garden
rather than cut into the soil.
that in the area of energy legislation "we through Congress.The emphasis was. as Likewise perennial grass and

have failed the American people." It was it should be on domestic rather than weed pests should be removed

as if the President had learned a lesson foreign issues. ',uo wherever possible to

from the old western movie when one eliminate recurring problems.

cowboy tells another, through clinched As for the President himself we are : r- Break all clods and level

teeth "Smile when you call me that with him warts and all. He is our: off', .t with a rake, or harrow the soil

mister." Carter's smile was symbolic President for the next three years and soon after turning to maintain

not only of his personal philosophy but the more we help him achieve his good soil texture and prevent

of his realization that you can "catch commendable goals during that time excessive drying. For small-
seeded such as carrots,
more flies" with cooperation and com- the better off we will be. and all crops dope to a certain

extent a finely pulverized
surface insures easier
planting better germinationand

I Shades of Sidney J. plank a drag more may even be used stand.to fit A

the soil for planting on larger
gardens. A hand rake may

Former Republican Governor ClaudeKirk's Ignorant Teachers Fuel serve the same purpose in
Are there 215,000 voters in Florida Shortage smaller plots.
statement to a Central Florida who think so little of their State as to ,
that he will soon In'' many gardens soil
group announce endorse the candidacy of this self-styled
formally for resurrection as a candidatefor "financial consultant" and part-time preparation includes the
application of a liming
Governor on the Independent tickets actor? "Cladius Maximum" did take a Problems Worried Great GrandpaThe material where a soil test

>*>ms a bit permature. He should have fling before the cameras in a recent shows it to be needed:

waited till April Fools Day. movie that we haven't had the doubtful Most vegetables best

privilege of seeing. He should do well as old saying "There's certain to be known and used enterprises, with few exceptions on a soil that has a pH grow between

The major plank in his platform. an actor, however considering his four nothing new under! the rinj" (III In: ,: an editorial titled 4h'arl e e6itbCftCtrt: ed In all states east of the S 5 and, S.a.oiuslighUy/ acid)

..-aca' (ding to the ebullient Kirk- (some: years Sof "hamming H 'up In theGovernor's *apparently true,' ;judgui&'by-;. -opiru'UxecraLn&Ush"l"n *Tnerbr!< :!! that day all : )4 rp men'';".wTheymbar. "plr1 and the
times known Claudius problems aired in old citpjes of "it' lan'6r thefatdt 1: figures accompanying it are
Maximus will
as ) office.Martini. made the following comment 01 on IiI'It' fo SUB Xd'operationsfor .
: system It is the ignorance used to the
of
The Bradford express degree
County Telegraph five
he the legalizing of casino gambling in days
starting Friday
the teacher.
soil A soil
more than 50 acidity. with a pH of
years ago.
"There is
Miami Bearh. something morning as a drastic measurefor is
7.0 neutral while one w ith a
in school "It Is amazing to observe the fuel famine.
decidedly wrong a relieving pH of 6.9 or below is acid
or
system that permits a boy (or how many teachers do not The order also included the "
SubsidyThe
For instance In "Sour and
a cf one with of
Kirk's announcement brings up copy girl/)) to reach the eighth grade know the simple rules of whole states of Louisiana and a pH
the dated May 3 1916 7.1 or above is alkaline
memories (not fond memories) of the we find paper a forerunner the, with no Idea of proper capitalization, punctuation, Minnesota.At "Sweet." or

tumultuous period of Florida history time is approaching when the present controversy tq now capitalization and punctuationIn syllabication, abbreviation, the same time as an
when another candidate for Governor letter writing. Bad penmanship and even orthography. WhatIs Proper applications of lime
great American sport of digging down raging over so-called "func additional means of relief, it
the Irsft-than honorable tional illiteracy" is often the result. of the cause of this ignorance, directed that industry and made to extremely acid soils
Sidney J. Catts : high was
deeper to those annual income among
pay taxes school students. clumsy hands, but the plain we do not know. But we do business generally includingall will increase the production of
-- ousted by the Democratic Party will be bringing many of us worried days rules of sentence-making are know that teachers who are normal activities that most vegetables The main

ran as an Independent and. woe betide and sleepless nights. deficient in these things are require heated buildings observe functions of lime are to reduce
the State of Florida was elected! Incapable of teaching English, as a holiday every soil acidity, to supply
FORESTRY and the result is they are un- for the next ten nutrients mainly calcium, to
The pain may be somewhat eased IfConfP'e9S Monday
loading on a suffering public the soil and to bring
fotts an import from Alabama weeks.This will close down on minor
heeds President
Carter'srecommendation by Richard Schroeder: many young having soil nutrients into usable
not only factories
was a charlatan of the first order usinghis to abolish the so-called! IN BRADFORD COUNTY high school Tomas, who ,but Mondays saloons stores (except for form. A well-limed Roil helps


conduct a demagogic campaign of hatred business loopholes such as tax deduc- language correctly places of amusement, and ,blossom-end rot of tomatoes

against Catholics, blacks, and other tions for theatre tickets sports events, NOW ISTIIE TIME TOTRANSPLANTAll "These graduates go out nearly all office buildings. which Is related to an
minorities! a stand that would have first class air fares yachts hunting Into the world; and those of While the order does not inadequate calcium supply.
mass appeal in the hinterlands of those year people ask, "when sounds absurd but many them who take a notion to mention shipyards is known Apply liming material only if
lodges, and swimming pools all under a soil test indicates need
for
should a
I transplant trees?" people say ". want a tree write for publication becomethe that they will be permitted to
Hays. He defeated former State the head of "business entertainment." right over there in horror of newspaper continue operations as usual them.
Is my
The mid-
Treasurer W.V. Knott by a few winter answer In other words during run out and get yardl".nd editors who have to correct although munitions plants will Too much lime In the soil
right
thousand' votes and kept Florida in a As the President says. "Low and about now.; to realize a water line or their wretched English to K be closed. may be just! as bad as too
constant state of turmoil for four years. middle-income workers struggling to septic drainfleld Is In the way, make it fit for publication. little. Where soils are highly

He' was indicted for peonage in West make ends meet are discouraged by tax interested Many people in In transplanting this area are or It will .be directly underpowerlines. "It Is these graduates and came The Government's entirely without move alkaline. special attention

Florida, and was even charged by a laws that permit a few individuals to live trees. Some are building Take the time to Inspect the their teachers who perpetrate'such warning In an order issued by must minor be paid elements to the Inclusionof in
the
Bradford County grand jury for extravagantly at the expense of government homes and would like to save site first. Picture the tree abominable expressionsas Fuel Administrator Garfield. fertilizer mixes. Sulfur is
allegedly accepting a bribe to obtain a tax revenues." He added that: "A some small trees that are In there, not a t the size you plantIt. 'between you and I. Theydon't with the approval of President sometimes used to reduce
the way. Others planted treesa but the size It will be In fiveor know preposition froma .Wilson, prescribing stringent
pardon for an inmate of the Florida substantial portion of business meal expenses conjunction nor a metaphor the alkalinity but its use is
few to realize restrictions governing
only
State Prison. Florida was a target for represents the cost of personal that they're years ago In the wrong spot 3)ten) Select years a tree or more species that from a horse-rack. distribution and use of coal. It generally not as practical as
supplying minor
scorn! and ridicule by the rest of the consumption that must be incurred now that they're larger will transplant readily "Some of them take .up ,was decided upon hurriedly by nutritional sprays.elements or

nation during his entire term. regardless of the business connection." For whatever the if Among our most "trans. stenography and typewriting the President and governmentheads
reason plantable" are Red Maple, and are recommended by as a desperate remedyfor Liming materials and the
wish to move a tree on
We' do not mean to imply that Florida Naturally the proposal has stirred upa you your property, you need to do Catalpa Ash, Sweetgum (tin their teachers: and friends as transportation the fuel crisis tangle and in the the amount to apply.depend upon
sandy soils, Cottonwood. and the soil' reaction ipH) and the
would be" subjected to the evils of theGatts' beehive of opposition from those who It before the beginning of Willows. Trees harder to when thoroughly given a competent position:In but an Eastern states.IEdiler's type soil, among other things.

administration by the election of mix the martinis and carve the roast spring transplanting Here/are: some tips on move when they are large In- office or a store they perpetrate ( note: This 59- Often is necessary to consultme

another' Governor running on the Independent duck that we "ordinary" taxpayers are clude Logwood. Redbud such atrocities on the year-old news item proves or this office to determinethe
<< ticket.' But all who remember helping pay for. They are already 1)) Don't ta'cklea' job Pecan, Holly, all pines and English language as would that such things can and do proper liming program for
Kirk's first term as Governor under the snowing Congress with an avalanche of than you can handle. Wile almost most t oaks. These types can be disgrace the proprietor of a happen and should' be a your garden soil. But in
any tree can be trans transplanted successfully: peanut stand. warning In the current 1977 general. a reaction below pH
Republican banner will recall the mail proclaiming how'much business planted (the city of JFt. they just require more work situation. Similar !5.5 indicates a need for lime;
indignities! that his flamboyant tactics they will lose how many chefs they will Lauderdale recently moved a and care than the others. "For have the Lord's correct sake English! can'twe energy stringent measures might and 2-3 pounds, of dolomitic

and somewhat bohemian lifestyle have to fire and how many bartenders, full-grown live oak), not 4)) When you plant a tree taught in our public schools? have"to be adopted in the lime per 100 square feet is a
brought to the state. they will have to dismiss without this everybody is equipped to do it. bear In mind that now-famous Why not have at least one future unless Congress comesup fairly effective application to,
motto: Dig a $10 hole for a $1 I start a remedial program.Dolomite .
taxpayer subsidy. All of which would be First consider the mass of tree. Make the hole extra 'teacher'selected whose with a comprehensive).
In announcing the "major plank" in his very sad if it weren't for the fact that we roots needed. One basic large, and fill/ In with :special and sole duty would be long-range energy program Is a good liming
measure used for 'Standard loosened, fertile soil Place to teach English, spelling material due to its
platform. Kirk said that Miami Beach is"dying" "run of the mill" folk are shelling out tax and -
Shade Trees' Is that for the tree so that It Is near the grammar composition, magnesium content. Owing to
every
and if casino for else's
is dollars to '
high
gambling not someone troubled
And if by
pay rhetoric? you're its
relatively slow
Inch In diameter of the trunk, same depth It was originally. I reaction it
legalized the state will have to spend lifestyle. But perhaps a part of this a root ball must have 10" In Fashion a shallow basin at the currently high meat prices it should be applied well ahead
millions of tax dollars to revitalize the "loss" would be made up by the fact that diameter. Thus a 3" diameter tree's base, and fill with And the energy problem Is may be comforting to 'know: of planting (two to three
I area. This is hardly a solid plank on more ordinary souls would be able to tree will need a 30" diameterroot water. Try to always keep the nothing new either as witness that consumers were com meat months); It 'may be applied

,f which to build a campaign for Governor "eat out" occasionally if they weren't, ball. Assuming that this roots moist until they have a this Item from the fan 18, 1918 plaining In the about post-war high of two weeks or more before
prices year
same tree must be dug .24" chance to re-establish..at Telegraph describing drastic planting provided it is mixed
I i but is what might be expected from the helping pay the tax for the big business deep the ball of roots and soil least IWO( or three weeks. steps being taken to conserve: 1919. although what was considered well with the soil. Use at

:, egotistical Kirk who seems to thrive on tycoons and their "guests. will weigh about 1,080 pounds. 5) Transplanted trees the nation I fuellupply.FACTORIES high prices in those three-fourths, the above, rate
: the detriment And that do days.would be "giveaways"today. for dolomite. "
controversy to of less doesn't Include the generally not require
Read (and ) over
glamorous but more substantial issues.If But the wheel that squeaks,, the weight of the tree I II Immediate first fertilization. After TO SAVE FUELWASHINGTON DOWN this item from the weep Sept. 12,) The lime should'be spread
witha
the fertilizing
loudest the especially in the ) Be sure that have a year
gets grease you balanced fertilizer will 1919 issue'of The Telegraph evenly over the garden before
Kirk follows through on his plans he halls of Congress and the restaurant place to put the tree before stimulate growth help. Jan. fl- plowing It into the soil a depth
you dig It up to move it. This American manufacturing MEATPROFITEERIN<; of six inches.
will need to collect some 215,000 signa- bar entrepreneurs are already issuing ,

tures in order to qualify as an some plain and fancy squeaks. Now's the The Tampa Tribune shows -SERVICEMAN-
Independent. If he succeeds he would time for us hamburger-and-fries guys to RIf BRADFORD that the meat dealers in that.

not have to run in the primaries but his do a' little squeaking on.., our Q city are selling meat at a Marshall Report
.
tof from 150 to 233
name would appear on the November on otherwise .we won't iCiligrajt41iIt7t. profit-The percent of For Duty

general election ballot as a third party even get the olives from those three Florida steak average there Is price 30 to 35 Marine Private Charles W.
candidate. Marshall Jr. son of Mr. and
martinis. The wholesale
cents pound.
Mrs. Charles W. Marshall, Sr.
BOB G. ,FERGUSON .+. M. price in Tampa this week was -of P.O. Box 901, Starke Fla...
/,9 JOHN ,MILUR ten cents pound, with best. for
:has reported duty with 2d
Publishers at twelve.Editor's :'
cuts
+ j :selling Marine Division, Marine
Published\ each Thursday and entered.secom Uses Matter at the Post Office at Stark Cla. under ,,
Corps Base Camp Lejeune
r' 1 Actof Msrcn 3, { note: Just for the1sake ,
1879.SutKcrtptio": We m Hade area: .7 per year: $4 six/ months of comparison, neck N.c.
1 outside trade area: a 8 per year: 14.SO six months.Pfione bones were selling at 48 centsa A 1978 graduate 01 Bradford

The world's' highest mountains, the. Himalayas, spread over 1,800 miles and their' peaks 964.8J05': Startce!, Ra. pound in Stark.. last. week4Jan..19,1978)and High School.he joined the
a,. more than. 24.000 feet high. sirloin Marine Corp In September
d steak at $1.99.)
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r' DOR1'robe Denies .Tie-Up; Of .Bradford Rescue Units!'



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The Department of Offender Jamin II. Groomes. In September Bailie, then R have been dividual ambulance reports or enough to warrant transportation vehicles: during February In December, referred
Rehabilitation In a letter to superintendents! of the head of the EMT unit, read a "POIIEr"delays rescue In information obtained from ambulance. through September 1977. The comment on the response\ to
the Bradford County Hospital facilities in Bradford and letter to the board outliningsome ; our institutional personnel. 5) A 'Jump bag' containing time of the runt ranged from hospital administrator Dick
board of trustees has Union counties and regional of the problems encountered medical personnel In trying to 3)) Female rescue attendants medical supplies valued at 20 minutes to transport some- Edmondson.
responded to charges made director Kay Grav. on runs to .Florida. -resuslUte an inmate, and on .not allowed In Institutions. $160 was discovered missing one from Lawtey to UCI and Contacted Monday, Ed-
last September by Emergency State Prison, Lawtey other occasions when rescue after a run to one of the four hours to transport an I Inmate mondson said he had not teen
Medical I Technician (jerald "In as much as our investigation Correction Institution Union personnel were requested to ? Rnponici. Female rescue prisons. from Lawtey to UCI thenon the letter and would need time
Bailie about rescue units indicates that there is Correctional Institution and stand-by while a patient was attendants have never been Response: None of the individual td RMC to'study it before making a
being tied up at local prisons. no foundation to the charges the Reception l and Medical being stabilized for transportto excluded or refused entry to l ambulance run The state pays the usual statement. Since the letter
made I would hope a review Center in Lake Butler another medical facility. On FSP, LeI RMC or UCI. reports indicated In their rate of $27.50 minimum and was addressed to the chairman .
'A letter to board chairman could be made of the original DOIi responses to chargesare two ambulance runs the total 4)) Having to transport inmates remarkl section: that $160 $1.73 per mile. The total cost of the board of trustees
,Bill Dampier dated Jan. 13 report and should there be any i time that the rescue vehicles with minor Injuries. worth of medical supplies'were tat the runs was$1.231. Baillle Edmondson said comment
from DOlt secretary Louie L. discrepancy then I personallywant 1)) Bradford County vehicles were Involved was 2'* and 4 Response Although several missing or stolen nor said In :September that while probably would come from
Wainwright states an Investi- myself or a member of have been tied up as many as hours respectively. of the Individual ambulance was this loss indicated to any the state paid for the ruM this that directionThe
gation of the situation was my staff to appear before the four hours during rescue runs 2)) Verbal l profanity. run reports listed the "nature institutional personnel.The only left one unit In operation hospital: administrator
made by the Program Office board of trustees in order to at local prisons and been llmponie: No Incidence of of call' as being routine, the letter Included a chart for the 16,000 people in Bradford said he did have one meeting
of Health and Education resolve this problem" states' delayed for several hours at verbal profanity was indicated physician oat duty consideredthe showing. 20 runs for the Brad County. Baillle, who was with two DOIi representative
Services director Ur. Ben- Wainwright. each facility. in any of the In Illness or injury serious ford County emergency' relieved as head of the KMT's In Lake Butler.



Williams Resigns County Parent OfferedThe Class

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Bradford County Extension N

6 Home Economics
Office will be offering a series
of "Parental Preparedness"Classes
Hospital Trustee Position i beginning Tues.Feb.

.j 14 for four consecutive weeks.
1 The classes will begin at 7:00:
Askew appointed Mrs. whether he will attend the I
Area businessman Charney p.m. at the Bradford County
Green and Sanders to replace meeting tonight ''Jan. 2HWilliams' > ,
Williams resigned as a trustee Agriculture Center on N.
of Bradford County Hospital trustees Inez Green board term was to expirein Highway' 301. There will be
secretary who served on the Dec. 1979. lie served a total Il I
effective Jan. 19 saying his no charge for the classes and l
board for over 20 of six and was vice-
hospital
business! required" more time years Interested husbands are In-
and he disagreed with the two years, and present chairman chairman this year vited to attend with their
latest appointments to the Billy Dampier, appointed to wives. Topics
board. the board in Dec 1974. Both Remaining trustees on the that will be covered will In-
Williams, who owns will step down when the board board are George Shuford clude pregancy, nutrition
Williams Jewelry in Starke accepts the two new members from Lawtey, and Dan labor and delivery, and care
and the Silver Star Restaurant which is expected at the Williams of Hampton. K of the newborn baby.
in Melrose, sent a letter to Jan. 26 meeting. Shuford appointed in IWMi! Is ; Enrollment will be
Gov. Keubin Askew explaining Williams said he made his now the only remaining q? limited..for information and
that the two main resignation effective Jan. 19, veteran board member his reservations call MARY
reasons for resigning were alack the usual meeting date of the current term expires this YEARTA, Home Economist,
of time and his board, but has not decided coming Dec. Mary Yearta prepares for new class In parenthood. at ext. 284, 964-4280.
disagreement with the recent
appointments of Mrs. It.A. Income Tux Assistance. Offered Toll FreeThe I -
Green and her son-in-law AGHI
Curtis Sanders Internal Revenue Ser- the IRS telephone lines to be DEF
Williams said he wanted to vice announced Florida's taxpayers considerably less busy on
emphasize (that while he are now able to get Saturdays than on weekdays. ; 3 1
admires both of the new board federal income assistance While the extended
members two members from on Saturdays. telephone assistance will be ,
the same family should not Persons will be able to call available through April 15, ,,(, ;
serve on the boa rd. the IRS toll free from anywhere DeWitt added that the 20( RENTBy LY4JKL
"I know both the new appointees in the state on Saturdays Florida IRS offices will !
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and they are fine from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. continue to be open for walk-in
people, both would make good The toll free number is 1-800- assistance only on weekdays
hoard members, but it is just 342-8300.: from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. f
not right to have two people Charles O. DeWitt IRS Telephone lines are also open iciTMN0
from one family on the Florida District Director said from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m.
bard" said Williams. .Florida. taxpayers have found during the week.
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Colonel J. Eld ridge Beach presents Inspector llamp Spears
with a pin for 2.1 yean of service. To be certain they're handy when

needed, write them In the spaces
Inspector Hamp Spears
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Cited: For 25 Years Service

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;i. Inspector Hamp Spears, specter and transferred to 1---- Largest.Outdoor:
Ii. who was assigned to the U-neral Headquarter in -. '
Starke District of the Tallahassee. He held the rankof
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Recreational
Florida Highway Patrol Deputy Inspector until ',- : IMPORTANTI Even preschoolerscan
from 1UH4! to I9! 8. was pre March 1977. when he was pro- be to
sented a pin in recognition!': of moted to Inspector. Chief of Product Show taught pick up the

23 years service with FliP. Field Operations Bureau.As phone and dial "Operator". Your -
Inspector Spears' first Chief of Field Operationshe ) ,ever.Assembled in
assignment with I the FlIP was is In command of enforcement : child Is never alone If trouble
in Lake COVntvinlx,2.: !: : wherehe aircraft, communication \ .
was promoted to the rank sections, and in'close North Central Florida .:' does strike.Continental, _.
of corporal, then sergeant. He liaison with the Director of _-( : '-, '
was transferred In 1964 to Driver's License Division 2 FOR 1 TICKETS : :i'
i' ;supervise the Starke district. Motor Vehicle Division and
comprised of Baker;Bradfordand Florida Department of Available,! at these participating sponsors
Union Counties. He was Criminal Law Enforcement.
stationed in Starke until 1968. Spears is responsible for the a;.' ..,
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I 'when he was promoted to proper functioning and uni- AJachuaMarin.AIKhtHIGunGTeck'leJ.D. -' ?';'_'* : @c1 ::

P, Troop Lieutenant B Headquarters and transferred in Lake to formity, assignments of all field operations and ALACHUA COUNTYFAIRGROUNDS .Sanders Sundown Yamaha' Nor Gas.

:.I City. transfers of all personnel '' Happy Dolphin Dive Shop-Couch's'. Telephone
1, Spears was promoted to the within the Field Operations Sail
Air Boat -The hop--
rank of captain in 1970. com- Bureau He Is also responsiblefor Specialist of the South
mander of Troop B. and FHP Auxiliary activities. JAN. 27s 28, 29. .Baldwin-Hayward-Howard Hall Insurance. "a .Company

served In that capacity until statewide. 9-9 12-9 L&S Auto Trim Atlantic First National Bank ; ;' ,
Friday 12.9 Saturday a Sunday
1973. when he was promoted to Inspector Spears Is a native
the rank of Major, Deputy In- of Holmes County. -

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Good Turnout; At Hospital Aux. Meeting ": ., -
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t the There was good turnout at, for sale In keeping with each purchased jump bag and two COtJlt1:1-: (JiJ !11 only,. jM.H..llI
Bradford! County Hospital of large slssors for the ., -
holiday. Mrs Ida Lee pair t.tr
and Auxiliary general meeting Plummer shop chairman reported Rescue unit mil Soell y &loe,, 964. 7608 x _
supper
Monday nijht at the shop average fSOO Four new members were : gr
the
4 Hall Methodist Fellowship profit each month. The money welcomed to the club: Mrs.
; being used to buy necessitiesfor Estelle Varnes. Mrs. Sue
The teenage Candy Stripers the hospital.President Wright, Mrs Allie Maye Kelly '
were boats to the Senior Mrs. A.C. Bar and Mrs. Martha Palmer The Swttttil Strawberries ThU SW ./ .al J eWJ

Auxiliary, at this annual affair ford presided over the business Twenty-one Auxiliary members 1 HIGH'U '
The .1 Candy Stripers meeting where it was attended In spite of the .,
with the assistance: of the announced the Auxiliary has threatening weather.
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pon on. Mrs Frank Shirley r : _
and Mrs Doris Oventreet I
prepared and served the foodand DKG Sorority Has ;; Mothers March For; [ \

decorated the tablet The .
U-shaped dining table held '''SomebodyCores": Program :4 Dimes Set TuesdayI
Valentine Arrangements at ,

Intervals and the place settings Delta i :damma( longs Wednesday February 1, at I March for the March venture outside her neighbor. a
were marked Alpha Iof ",Dimes
with lace greeted Nit: chapter 3:30: in room 6 at Starke ]\ will be held hood.
paper doilies. members they gathered for Elementary School. Tuesday. Jan 31, from e to 7: Section leaden are: Ms.
''I The Valentine arrange- the first meeting of 1978 at Those attending the 30 p.m. Gladys Thomas, Ms Linda
ments were borrowed from Macclenny Middle School" in Macclenny from Bradford meeting Karen Jackson, There will be about 100 Johns, Mrs. Mac Baldwin. e
the Auxiliary Hospitality shop mothers collecting Mrs. Elizabeth Walker.Mrs.
Tuesday January 17. County were: Muriel Norman door to
located in the hospltat lobby The Macclenny members Edna Hart.. Della Rosenberg.. Larry Andrews: door: said Gladys Pierce; cochairman J.E. Denmark Mrs. Tillmon
where such arrangements are served a buffet supper at 7 Gladys Thomas Chickie of the march. The Richardson Mrs. II.C.Bellinger .
p.m to the 30 members Adkinson, Maxine Gibson. Engagement Told National Committee has Miss Lillian Stump ::71l
Carol Kleman present. Tommie NoUn Helen Johns broken down the city into Mrs Levon Andrews Mrs. g
President Shirley Jasonek Marilyn Vellenga and Lucile Mr and Mrs. Lero Jackson sections, so that each mother Otto Seimer Mrs. George (t

I presided over the business Payne ,and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin collecting wim not have toUDCToMeetFeb.1 Muggins. Mrs. Jim Lewis. .-......
Larry Noegel I meeting Members were Andrews announce the Mrs. Louisa Brown and Mrs .,., ,
urged to attend the district engagement and approaching Michael Gilhooly. 10\' iy '
To Wed March II meeting In Jacksonville Xi Iota Delta marriage of their children '. If you can collect and have I .,
February 4, at Jacksonville Karen Marie Jackson and At The GardenThe not been contacted please call

University. Plan Luncheon Larry David Andrews. someone on the list, said Mrs. $ .. : .
Mr. and Mrs Donald It Tommie Lee Nolin Miss Jackson Is a 1976 W.T. Weeks Pierce .
chapter
Kleman of Oshkosh. Wis. chairman of Professional graduate of Bradford High The mothers have ,
For Feb. 13 UDC will meet Wednesday. always .
announce the and School and Is employed at the '" .. ,"
. engagement Affairs Committee, had Feb. lat 3 p.m. at the Garden .been well received said : ;(
approaching marriage of their charge of the program. She XI Iota Delta sorority made Florida Bank at Starke Restaurant. chairman Pat Spengler. Lilstyear's a"
daughter, Carol Jean of Mr Andrews Is a 1974
first drive collected about
, ,displayed a very attractive plans for a Valentine luncheon Hostesses will be Mrs. C.A. \
Jacksonville to Schafer of Bradford High
Larry poster "Somebody graduate Knight and Mrs. J.D. $300. Mrs Spengler said the
I Noegel. son of Mrs. Jew lle Cares." Carol Lund gave as a Feb. 11 at the Garden School and is working with his Seymour. good response Is duo to the ,I'o' .
Brown and Stanley S. Noegel devotion a poem "Ancient Restaurant honoring this father at Andrews Drugs of i. (act that persons in Bradford Gatorland
year's Valentine Sweetheart CB Club members (l-ri I ) vlc.pr..ldt'nt.lI..lwrt K.
! 01 Starke. Prayer." Marta Starling led The sorority met Tuesday. Starke. County with birth defects Rice of Keystone Height: treasurer Dorothy Mlliel of SUrkejand ,
The wedding Is' planned A June 23 wedding Is receive aid from the drive
the group In three songs. Jan. 18 at the home of Diane Eastern Star president Thomas K. I.."III' I Klarkev' at a recent In-
March In St.
I 11 Mark'sEpiscopal Gladys Thomas showed a film Hodges. planned nUllutlon.
Church. "American Women: The reservations for the 1950'sValentineDance
For
Kleman Supperian,28 Lewis Elected PresidentOf
Miss Is a flight Modern Woman's Movement"
luncheon call Connie Best. 964-
attendant with Delta Airlines tracing the problems in the Mrs. Myrtle Anderson Is Scheduled
based in Atlanta Ga. world of work for the modern H57S or 904-7358. home after spending several Starke chapter, No. 224 Local CB ClubNew
Mr Noegel graduate of woman. with her son In-law Order of the Eastern Star will
months
Bradford High School and. The Mr. and Mrs. have a covered dish supper Saturday, Feb. 1 11 lA 1 officers of the Gator homille.
next .
regular
meeting Mr and Mrs. R R. and daughter.
land ('Ii Club The of the club is to
University of Alabama with Saturday Jan. 28. at 7 in : president purpose
amaster's Merritt
will be In Lake Butler on Rosemann of Green Bay WIs. Edward Schwab at p.m.
Thomas Jo:.. Lewis Smoke-( aid people In the communitywhen
the Masonic -
Hall.
degree in Math. He Is and "
Tuesday February 21 are Wednesday to Saturday Island. She visited Mr 1950's Valentine's
presently employed by In All Masons and their fami Dance" will be held rise l of Starke: vice-presi emergencies( or otherspecial
Those from Bradford guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.tf. Mrs John Anderson Saturday.Feb. needs arise
dent-secretary, Herbert K : Thenu'mtxrs
Noeeel'lI.Auto Sales asked to Tuesday. lies are invited to attend. 11. at 8 at theWomen's \
County .are to meet McClane. Callahan Sunday pm. Channel
Rice (White Swam: and use II I for
Club building spon treasurer. Mitzel I1l1l11t of their communications
Dorothy
I DAYS sored. by the Junior Woman'sClub I Lady Love Bug) of Starke '
!::.!::;- E Ia.'GLE 5B3G were Installed at the January The latest activity of the
Admission will be $1
.r AMul.,= '"". ". Thursday, ',FHday person. Refreshments will per be meeting( of the club. club was to assist the I'nion
a Ron.wort Immediate past president County Keuct Club in upon-
available.
"nI \ 4 and Sall relaydollar Ivis Causey (Georgia Girl poring a Coffee Break at
ESi: WM; I*o/sCot/N/ f Slo? f* Highlighting the evening
will be a dance contest with presided and administered the Bradford Square Saturday
oath of office Jan. 21 II was for the benefit
prizes and also a prize for the The club formed about of two old Steve
was -year- Murphy
best 'SO's costume 50'S<> fans
and half and has The of Mr. and Mrs. MoveMurphy
a year a ago( sat
and the public are invited to
about 75 members' from : of Starke. Steve hat
Ie attend. Starke Waldo Hampton, leukemia and has been in and
The Juniors made good
use Heights out of Shunds Hospital t
dj of their time and talents for Keystone l.awlI.'y
and surrounding areas, some ialorland C'ti) Club meetsthe
their this
January project
from at! far away us JdikMr : first and third \\cdnesduy
year. They got together old or each month at the Civil )le-:

Get dollar's J JI clothes the Health, toys and books Rehabilitative, etc for h U tense Building In' SlarkeMvellngH .
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your tore 'I Service's new building on ([. ]) :prospective begin members ut H p.m, and and

South:3U1,across from the new
.. .. guest( are Invited to attend .
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I"- I ", Members painted and de. : and Mrs.ii :Memlieta
eAGLe NIDRsCRIPTO/ "
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wwaoon PAPER DISPOSABLE BIG SAVINGS! O corated the playroonr. including of JackHomillu announce the \\tll.M\KKS: : :S ,I i
.m'' or. I TOWELS LIGHTER ..,,0.4'! life-size painti. 111.S of birth of a son. Steven U(>un. UK\ 's LIST 1
MEN'S WOVEN too Bird" CookieMonster" horn Jan 17 in St Vinvvnt'sHiwpiUil. Carl Slancil. the son of Mr. '
.111.01.. a I ,a4I '. "Big I I. :Maternal. (treat Curl Stum-il has '
2. 2 .1 I' 2. and "Oscar" on the and :Mrs. K.:
, a : I I ,t I DRESS SLACKS I I I walls The ''girls" reverted grandparent. are Mr: and U-i'ii listed on tin Dean) !
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I 'j, J.rlOnat y Ir.a Business- & Professional Z NewsThe -r---'S : s ;a!

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"MrandMn.B.G. Mcintyre Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Milner Wife and I Ceramic League .is the principal trade
and sons, Eric Kevin and Sr. and sons ot Tallahassee US-301 organization for the savings
Studio on in Lawtey
Scott of Ponte Vedra Beach, spent the weekend with Mr. this week and loan business and represents '1 '
offering
spent the weekend with her and Mrs. Milner. Jr. and Mr. opened over 4,400 associations
classes
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.n. and Mrs. Mark Miler and attended firing., supplies, greenwanand throughout the country 1; s ? ;
DuPre.Mrs.: ,. the funeral of her Savings and loan associations
mother. Mn. Lois Thompson, The studio Is owned by are the second largest type of
J.H. Field ami Mn. on Saturday In Melroae. Shirley. and Gerald Meyers financial institution in
Herbert Green visited Mn. who moved their shop from America and specialize In
ElM Ly lea In Jacksonville' and Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Oak Grove Kentucky after attracting savings accountsfor
Mr*. Robert Tanner In were visiting. relatives In Lake Mr Meyers retired from the Investment primarily In
Baldwin" Thursday. Wales and Auburndale last army mortgage loam on rf/fdential
Wednesday to Friday 1 The shop is located on Us. property. Currently savings
I" SALt: SALE 301 In front of Garrard Mold associations, provide ap "

Raduedtoty'at Leila's. Reduced tevsat Company SOUTH OF Lawtey.The proximately twice the amount :
Leila's. hours. are Monday of funds for home mortgage
Wednesday 10 a.m. 6 p.m.. financing as all other lenders Charlie Garrard of Garrard Mold Co. and Gerald
and
Mr. and Mrs.. Maxis cloned Thursdays. Friday 10 combined.SERVICEMAN. Gale and .
owners of The Wife I Ceramic Stu4le.
Miss Beth has and Shirley Meyen
Carter. Sr. visited a cousin. been admitted Wimberly to Baker r a.m. 6 p.m. and Saturday 9 Charlie said "don't forgetGarrard Mold'are still here"The' ;
Henry Carter. In Clay S a.m. to 4 p.m. classes.supplies, greenware and firing '
be offering
County Nursing Home In Meyers will
Memorial Hospital In Green Anyone Interested In classes Crews: Completes
Cove Springs Sunday Macclenny. L Is asked to stop by the studio Technical Tr.I....Airman >nnr} netoooaooft-
afternoon. or call 782-3223. SAN ANTONIO OOOOOOOOOOOOOoisr
vfr. and Mn. DC.Sirayhorn _' Michael: D. Crews, son of re IY CJ4 6?wGD(!J( J -;
of Wildwood. Mrs. f [$
Mrs. Wilbur Waters and In other Lawtey business tired U.S. Air Force Technical,t i 4a
children. Deanna and Matt V.V. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. Library Aides Receive Certificates the Trail Restaurant and Sergeant and Mrs. Doyle D.ii STARKE'S OWN BAKERY"
spent the weekend with Mn. Aubrey Hazen of Gainesvillewere Motel have been purchased by Crews of Starke has! 964.safld
Starke
LaRue Williams and childrenat Sunday visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M.M. "Butch'1 graduated at Lackland AFB-'. 138 East Call St .
Ormond Beach while Mr. and Mrs M.F. Hazen. Jordan of Lawtey. Tel(., from the U.S. Air "Force)]
Williams was out of town on Ubrary aislitants recognlted by Bradford. County library technical training course for Cakes And Cookies ForValentine's
business. Jay Eaves underwent ear director Dan Smith ores back row surgery Wednesday in North Thomas Irene Walnwrlght and laura Oehler. Front Terror
Mizell. Jr., of Guaranty Airman Crews, now trained
SALE: Florida Regional Hospital. Smith and Denise Connell. Not shown: Jerl Allen Federal Savings and Loan in security and law enforce- Day .
Reduced to V* The volunteers help with checking books In and out. pasting, Association Gainesville ment, I 4 remaining at Lack
at Leila's. SALE atom shelving books. Since the beginning of the volunteer land
student "Florida has been appointed tothe for advanced training.
In 1970 there' have been 10
Reduced to Vt program September MANAGEMENT :
1 1978 Completion of the course 2/35

Mrs. AJ. Barry and at Lella'sPam youth The'*student assisting assistants as library are aides taught, said the. basic Smith.library skills and COMMITTEE of the United earned towards the individual credits Jelly Donuts ..............
States of
League Savings an associate in
applied -
daughter Adrienne were In are encouraged to expand their knowledge of books and Associations. The science degree throughthe
appointment
New York City last week atteding Tucker a student at libraries. These student are excellent examples of fine young was announced by Community College of the
the National Needlework Florida Junior College, Jacksonville adults that can make significant contribution to their com Stuart Davis, president of the Air Force. Donut Eclairs..2/35c .
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Association meeting.Dr. was named to theDana munity. Smith added. League. Davis Is also The airman Is a 1976
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list for the first People once; -.believed that-wearing or eating; fern teed; -- chairman of the board of the graduate of Bradford County
quarter.
L.H. Jennings Is a would,! make them Inviiibl. Great Western Savings & High School and attended Plain Cake Donuts10C '
Ea
in Riverside Nursing Loan Association Beverly Santa Fe Community College
Home patient Jacksonville.Mr. SALE Let us then be up and doing Hills. California. The U..S. Gainesville. oooooooooooooooc
Reduced I.4.
With a heart for any fate;
at Leila's. Still achieving,still pursuing.Learn .
and Mrs. Harold
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to labor and to wail "
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Sandbom Bay
were last Wednesday visitors Local admittances to Brad. 1 .. l'<'BaBBBBB>V -I 1: : 0 U:) 1 Alft ''Wf$ .,1 :JJKE; tr :UN, .1 :ga-1QQP: :.'"
of Mr.and Mrs.J.H. McClane. ford County Hospital this iinin % fjias. I
week include: from Starke- LEGALNOTICE
SALE Owen Alvarez Sr., Mrs.
Reduced to Viat Bernice Tetstone. Mrs Pearl .
Leila's Colson Mrs. Let lie Smith I
Mn. Bonnie Padgett William PUBLIC HEARINGA
Epperson, Mrs. Matilda public hearing will behold ;
Mrs.W.II Thomson of Clark Mrs. Ida Jones Mn. at the city hail. Starfca. Ra.
Monticello and son Henry of Daisy Duncan and Mrs. Ruth Monday Feb. 0, 1978 at 6 p.m.
Tallahassee will spend the Lee; James Eunice and Arlie for the following purpose
weekend with Mn. John W. Dobbs from Lawtey; Mn. placing a mobile home at the
Griffin and Miss Lillian Mary Rhoden and Delmar following locations:

Stump. James from Hampton; Location: West Weldon St. Discount Discount Super Discount
Clementine Hill from Lake mar city Rmlts on southslde of Super Super
The Methodist Women's Geneva; and Eustace Kelly road down dirt road approximately -
Sunday School class had from Keystone Heights. 600 ft. ICLOROXLE
dinner last Tuesday night at Harry B. DeWItt PLATE AIM
the Yearling Restaurant cele- Mrs Gladys Weldon has returned One square acre In the NE 1/4
brating the birthdays of Mn. from two weeks visit of the northwest quarter of section _
X.M. Smith and Mrs. Roy with her son and family Mr. 29 T6 South. Range 22
Johnson. and Mrs.J.R. Weldon in Jack East As follows, comm. at the LEACH MAYONNAISE TOOTHPASTE
sonville. SE comer of the above named
SALE
forty acres, running 210 feet n. 32oz JAR .
Reduced Vi ONE GALLON 8.2oz TUBE
1pr
at Leila'sMr Cecelia Terwillegar spent to a point of beginning, thenceW r f:s
Saturday and Sunday in 210 ft., thence N. 210 ft.,
Sanford visiting relatives and thence E. 210 ft. Thence S. 210

and Mrs. Joe Hill and friends ft. to point of beginning, being 69cI.; 88 C 99c
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children of Ocala visited her ,- one square acre more or .boa
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.parents. Mr. and Mn. 1 M AI Crosby Chair SAVE
I Harvey Edwards, over the Stark Zoning Board I. : .,.,
sharpen. '
"Absence love; Merrill EdwardeChv
weekend. They all visited Mr. ... ., ,.. .
and Mn. Tolbert Edwards In pretence strengthens it.Thomas -LA.. .. (;) saw w rasa" wr..r. m Y rue r rug a rues '"'MIAIM''''J't'I! Aaaln9lr.aMY
Fuller Itchg 1/26 "
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I Guidance Clinic Sets Parent Skiilsl.3'rogram. ., }.. WorkshopSJ. n.27 For Garden Club CRACEP118T REVIVAL AT"I. I Church 4 Sing <:I
James Williams will' be the fine; GrovePine
, On &*!" < f wot'Uhoo 11 CIpeII to an wd:: flower speaker at the 'weekend t' 3et'At
February 7 the.Bradford The meeting win Itwlp tram tbe/bniveraltyiif, Sown Pioneer Garden ; i ;fl flOcala.
bera
tint I 01 federated pnlen Participants are asked to revival Jan. 27' 28 and 2IJ at :
Guidance the
Clinic parents learn more about Florida with. a Master .::win tost ubi In Grove CongregationalMethodist
plans to begin .In Guidance horticulture' l Dude GUchrlat, bring a sandwich lunch. Grace Baptist Church: starting
a series of: children's behavior and now Degree and district-wide !; dlCI'd Church on! SR-lae at
meetings designed to help to assist children: in behaving counseling and cornea to the wo ah In Wrtrtet: 5i' j i and Alachua" Citrus, Beverages and baked good at 7:30 p.m. Raiford will be heating a
build parenting skills. In more positive ways. Instruction workshoo with considerableexperience Florida Federation of Garden. t\ Marion counties will be sold by Pioneer Garden A nursery will be provided. church: sing" Saturday, Jan.
will be giver* In in behavior Club Friday. January 27, af ""Ccompra: e District Five, Club with proceeds: going to Everyone welcome to 28, at 7:30 p.m.
The program wui be conducted Behavior Management Techniques management Mill Nelson the Marlon County Agriculture Dr. the club's junior gardener attend. Featured singer will be the
ban worked for the TJIa will speak m the '', "f
by MIM Julienne put two Center. Cedar Creek Singers, The
latest
Nelson,M.A.,and will be held recognising" Mocks In summers in the Day Camp alV\uaJa\ to be planted The Marion County Apiculture .Methodist YouthActivities Singing DeePree Family plus
twice by the Bradford Custav, thIS spring Ferns, Indoor* Center Is located at
weekly operated Mrs will
from
Tuesday communication with children According: to and,out. vest local talent Ateopeking
be
12:30: -I p.m. and Fridays and will teach listening and Union guidance Clinic and asa Henna 0f alsssVd/rec/ topic Dr. Lucanany' 2233 NE:Jacksonville Road, in be the Reverend Ben
worn 10 a.m. to 11:30: pm., negotiating skills Consultant local schools In tar d District five, meprosram Dcala and Is two blocks east of Coleman the church'*regular
concluding: March 3. Jullanne Nelson behavior management In the will feature Dr. OSMI.New ,
: graduatedA classroom.The University In addition to the featured by Den Deatoa pastor.
fee for the workshop Benny TJIa of the speakers,there will be a slide River Youth Director tMS&SCcrd

win be determined by a of Florida department 01 presentation on "WildFlowers Re..lvaIJan.2S-27 The youth held their regular Of Thinks
eliding scale based on income ornamental horticulture and ot Mid-Flalda" and weekly Bible Study class last
fRIAr YEAR TO l&WM A RMt HOMY' with the maximum fee set at Dr. Terry Lucansky of the demonstrations m making Congregational Thursday evening.
$20.00. No one will be refused University's botany depart- container,contrived flowers: The youth are continuingtheir
., SlenUpNowl. entry to the warksbop because ',men. waxed flowers and on pressed Raiford wUl be celebrating study of the early To our relative, neighborsand
ol inability to pay. Interested : t Both year beginning with a ministry of Christ. friend: We would like to I
.teU'" ft Water Cater Designed For persons are asked to contact The program will begin ate short revival Jan.25-27' at 7:30 Elise Johns Mike Whiffen take this opportunity to thank 1
The the Bradford Union a,m. and continue until! p.m. Major Religion ( and Doug Reddish were appointed each and every one of you for
Beginner, TW Clas Teach The Guidance Clinic at 321 W. There la a 80 cents registration -' p.m.Rev. hue Smith wW be asa committee: to plan the many comforting: words v'

Basic Of Drawing, Painting And Design Madison St., Starke, or can fee, payable at the door: of 20th Century the revival speaker. A sing the Valentine Fellowship for prayer, food and 'Bowersduring
l: 984-8383 to register. will be held Saturday.Jan. 28. the group, at their Sunday the extended Ulnes
Course Available and special church: serviceswill meeting. Todd Denton openedthe and bereavement of our
t, ...,...' Save On This Clsl' be held Jan. 29, followedby meeting with devotions. Mother and Wife. A special
t; '2" For 3 Classes, Pius Malarlalai. Pwlght Slater's Major Religions of the 20th a bar-b-cue. Mrs. Grace Page and Mrs. thanks to DeWitt C: Jones
Century, a three hour credit Everyone I 11 invited to at O.K. Boqher served refreshments Funeral Home In Starke.
You Will Complete Your First Project food & SeltOpen' course at Sata.F.!! Commu- tend. v The Edward Norman Family'
i. A Plant Hanger The Very First Claret 1 any College .M being offered *"
during the day time. ---PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CIIURCII NEWS= I *
: h.....a !list uasoia The course: will satisfy three '
7 A.M. .12 PM. a Walnut Sl required hours in the humanities HAZEL
full time In 1972 and Mike, on Fifteen albums have been
t.eMII".', M I-D T.I. 'lidl. area'*a AA degree said SLAUGHTERINCONCERT drums Joined full time In the recorded 'on-, the Heart
SFCC
BUSCH coordinator:
Dr.
SUNBEAM Bernle summer of *76.They Warming-Impact label of The
IlEAD BKRlaOi.MoNMunt MoFadden. Friday, February 3. at 7:30: wave no John T. Benson Publishing
BY _Ru I0at Santa Fe has opened a pm. the Pine Level Baptist den omlnattonal banner or Company in Nashville Threeof
Call Or Stop By T4eday
I'I'S .LARGE "100 If 89' center In Starke. located in Church will sponsor a concert flags. They are only two of these album are
31/
12: for Information/ LOAF Bollix, Bradford High School, and I 11 with Henry. ft Hazel Slaughterat God's yielded vessels being Instrumental featuring the
open regular school hours a the Bradford High School used In Christian. music to keyboards of Henry
t. C 180 W. Call SI. VEER BORDEN'S am. to Thursday.. Monday Auditorium.The help unite the body of: Christ in Slaughter. Twelve album
Starke 8847702Hut through Slaughter just recently: the last moment of man's project the Joy of their
BY THE CASE MILl For more Information started traveling on their own history.Henry as a pioneer in ministry as they JOINTOGETHER
i; Oft SitttAf -fa HI 4 contact the Santa Fe office after having traveled several gospel music, has been a*, America'.
1400 OVER COST o... 1149 964-5382. or drop by the high year with the Bill Gaither recognized by his fellow favorite duet
1 (ALL BRANDS) school, said McFadden. Trio. The Jimmy Swaggart : Best

S weekly TV show presents Gospel instrumentalist In
Henry a* regular musician 1973, 74 and 75. Heart have been blessed
as well a* periodically having The Henry Slaughter Piano ,soul have been touched andspirits
c_ both Henry and Hazel a* Course has reached over a renewed to Henry and
ODYi singing guest They have half million students with Hazel singing "We've Come
made several appearance on Henry's own gospel piano This Far By Faith. ," "A
: t both the 700 Club and PTL styling Instruction since it's Parade of Miracle "To God
Club They have been In first printing In 1909. The Be The Glory" "The Sound
Iedjgpd services with numerous Gospel Organ Technique of Hi* Coming"' and many
churches: of all denominations Course is used widely by both other all time favorites. If you 1
across America. beginner and advanced have not had the privilege.
Second generation talent is student, Harvest Time Join them in concert: a* they
t evident when David and Mike Publisher catalogue: credit: invite you to be pert of that
Join the family in live concert: over 90 percent of its heavenly choir In "THE
a with the background music. compositions to the SWEETEST HALLELUJAH"ever
9s9.A. David, who play base Joined penmanship of Henry. sung.
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APEFIRUITOF8 STEAK "Pete"Griff Friday, Jan. 20 at her home E. Humphrey? Sr. and
ROLLS Luther "Pete" Griff,68 of Born) a sudden attack. parents* were the late James
J. Jones and Motile Jenkins.
Route I, Griffis Loop died Mammoth Springs
Saturday. Jan. 21, on arrivalat Arkansas July 29. 1900, Mrs. Mr*. Humphrey was a
llernwall had lived in Starkefor member of the Methodist
Bradford Hospital.
5 A lifetime County resident of many years. She was a Church.

4/l 49c "rdT T 178 was Bradford Count,. Mr.17.Griffis 1909. the retired Starke secretary Chapter, member 224 OES of Survivors Include four

Ag and member of the First daughter, Mr. James E.
LB LB Parents were the late K.L.Gnffis ., a ...
_. __ and Minnie Lee. Mr. United Methodist Church.: Denton Mr. Inez Kington -
" Griff I was a retired truck and .....SurylYPrs.;: Jnclude, herhusband. I both of Jacksonville Mrs. Ray "
-- E. Hern wall;, Smith of Crestvtew and Mrs. f
farmer and a memberof Carl, :
poultry
:Sarg' i'ns"inM'ftal: ; _.D.L "'''''((1f> Grace Baptist Church. 'one daughter Miss Marilyn Donald Link of .Klla nrnee;
.
, LYR"
two Leonard B
sons
Survivors include his wife, Hernwall of Washington, D.C.
..l;1 I COMPARE -s.-zcr-: : GRILL Beatrice Dixon GrUels: two Funeral services were held Humphrey of Ocala and
DAIRY DEPARTMENT ttr t0' FRANKS daughters Mr. Wanda Curtisof Monday Jan.23, in the DeWitt Terry J. Humphrey of
I IHMNMiMi -I MI1T OH.L. > Starke and Mrs. Barbara C Jones Funeral Home Jacksonville; one brother,
Soft Margarine 49' ioVejetaSie > 'H99 Jean Jackson of Orlando; two Chapel with Rev. George L. W.P. Jones of Palatka; 15
.
ad three
great
MO Doyle and Lawrence Harper officiating. grandchildren
sons
b i Oil Spread 89'.0' ,, e a ; Griff!l. both of Starke; one Burial was in Crosby Lake grandchildren.

Pantry a' Pride Biscuits 4/59* 10-- s brother Leo Griff I of Starke Cemetery. Graveside Funeral services
(g) and 12 grandchildren. were held Jan. 21 In Crosby
A ROUNDS Funeral services were held Lake Cemetery with>t.. Jack ,
T1 21' Super Discount { SUNMT1AHO. ...rnruee. Tuesday.Jan.24, in the Grace' Robert J. Batten Hand officiating. DeWitt C. .'
Robert J. Batten 56, died '
Jt O Baptist Church with Rev. Jones Funeral lome of Starke
1 ( SAUSAGEnnwt Jerry Milton officiating.: Friday, Jan. 20, in St. was In charge of
: n : CHOICE Burial was in the Griffls .Augustine. .
: 1" arrangement
!.' rsa Family Cemetery under the A native of Starke Mr.
CALIFORNIASTEAKS' jrii ltJEN: direction of DeWitt C. Jones Batten had lived in St. T,
a'r .. '
COMPARE S.-SSWY COMPARE -:=.:=' '= Funeral Home. 'Augustine for nine years. He
born July 11, 1921 his
JDAIRY DEPARTMENT DAIRY DEPARTMENT' _.... ... was late RobertL. Mrs.Sarah L.Bryant
__ "-1'1. Oi) parents were the Mrs. Sarah L. Bryant died
Les Cal Yogurt 25* M* Cheese Slices 98* tip /MINAI eaANeMu Mrs.Daisy R.Norman Batten and Lilly Padgett. Tuesday Jan.24 In the NavalRegional
PORK R. 69, Mr. Batten was a veteran of {
i Ml MM Mrs. Daisy Norman Medical Center at
t4M *
n'' Bordens Cheese if a a SoufCfiirn 59 w fAMfAritt of Starke died Wednesday, WWII and was employed as a the Jacksonville Naval Air '
t CHOIC E ,..e.W/r r..r_',, Jan. 18, In a Leesburg butcher. He was a Baptist. Station. (
Cheese Spread MM ev Cream Cheese 58'.1', ,... 79trsa Hospital after a long illness. Survivors Include one son, Born Nov. 17, 1904 Mr. '
In Jan 7. Jonathon Batten of
Born Macclenny formerly of Jacksonville -
.. [ ;. I Y1a.J 'I'I 1 N II' ... .;..,., ,a II' c...., .yt..I'tIc., Ih 1909 Mrs. Norman had livedin Hollywood Fla; one Bryant had lived in Keystone ..
the Starke area since 1941. daughter Mrs. Betty Heights for 13 She wasa
''StEW' p re: i: ., ; FRYE,. ,. ,. ..t.,. .''j, a.ra.ttwAM i-) Mrs. Norman was a member Hotsington of Hollywood; four. member of years the Keystone
I :: ''Cff.OPS' I ; AaufM1119 JI'P' of the First Southern Baptist brother Charles Batten EariBatten Heights Community Church.
BEEFfiargaih Albert Batten and
'88c." Church at Lady Lake.
$'13a: ,.. ...... $.3,'" : .. ', Survivors include her of Starke: and Claude Survivor Include: her huS-
'...'. J3A11fA6Ewry9sytolsprip husband, Edward Norman; Batten of Florahome; three band. Thomas B. Bryant of
,uI one son, Herbert Norman of sisters; Mrs. Anna Fender of Keystone Heights; four
;;: ': [ INryDeyLowPrke '"-189 Starke; two daughters, Mrs. Starke, Mrs. Elsie Piggott of daughter. Melba K. Ilgen of
r"' ... Edna Jones of Starke and Chiefland. and Mrs. Helen Keystone Heights, Edith Kay
"AINT"p"IDII ,
--
f"'pakert
+ | HIAT a SIHVI FYNE TASTE FYNE Mrs. Jeanette Jones of Lady Jones of Benton Harbor, Hill 1, of Longwood, Fla.. Sadie
DINNER. Lake; four sisters Mrs. Ada Michigan; and two Raye Scoggin: of Charlotte,
I FRENCH STIXBRCAD SLICEDiAEAT
: ROLLS FRESH TASTE _.r ,L ,,"- (iijI Roberson of Lakeland. Mrs. grandchildren.Funeral N.C.; Elias Janice Anderson
I Nellie Cone.Mr.Gertie Jones services were held of Wilson N.C.; two stepsons.
SKINLESS "O..ILS
'AYa'O' ...Yatl'3/1 PORK and Mr. Ala Mae Raulerson Monday In the DeWitt C. James A. Bryant of Jacksonville -
2/I
I ,... ,: tl BOLOGNA FRANKS ..4!Mact. .... all of Brooker; seven Jones Funeral Home ChapelIn and Thomas W. Bryantof
BUTTS grandchildren and eight Starke with Rev. Merle New London, Conn.; 16
IIf teoz PACKAGE .,12oz PACKAGE ;-.9' great grandchl en, Packham officiating.: Burial grandchildren and seven
held was In the Hope Cemetery at '
service
Funeral were grandchildren
great

L I II. II $109LBffl. 8 < 68'AVI Jan Chapel 21,in with the DeWitt Rev. C.Johnny Jones There.. Funeral. service will 'beheld '

Booth and Rev. J.D. Robinson Mrs.Ruby. E. Humphrey today (Thursday Jan.
", ) officiating. Burial was in Mrs. Ruby E. ,Humphreys. 28) at 2 p,m. In the DeWitt C;
t.. ';i ,. AV1104 A U SAVB 110 lid TMrN'N' / kY Crosby Lake Cemetry under 7*.died Thursday, Jan. 19, In Jones Chapel In Keystone,
FRESH the direction of DeWitt- C. Jacksonville.Born Height Reverend LeRoy
.
Jones Funeral Home. In Smithe, Ga. Oct: 4 Lewis will officiate.:
':Bargains' Produce. Fr-" FRESH IAV.3. LEMONS 1901 Mrs. Humphreys movedfrom will be In the I Burial
I A,oUN DeWitt C. ;
@ 12 Heights Cemetery;
f,1' 59C Mr.Pearl llernwell Wllliston to Jacksonvilleover
MOUNTAIN OMOWN AVS It *FOUND FRESH NEW CROP POUND I'Oft Mrs. Pearl E. Hernwall.. IS years ago. Her Jones Funeral Home I*4,In }\
ROUND YELLOW W. Call St Starke died husband.waa the late James, charge of arrangement Iu.
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NOTICE
UNDER rCTtnOUS NAME NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO


LAW NOTICE IS HERESY OVEN Dolph Notice OF E.SHERIFF'S I 18 Reddish hereby given a*SALE'sheriff....of f I. Pursuant FICTITIOUS to REGISTER Suction NAME.866.09. FI: : G & 301 S. Starke, Fla.

Florid Statute, notice U hereby
that the undmlorwd.d eiMg to "'Bradford County, Florida under
.tgng. In buwne under die and by virtue) of Writ ofEMcuion. given that the undersigned Ad Good Thru Jan 29,1078
ficMiouB: nama of BRET Is'JERRY'S town: Robert L Miner. 1109 East Call
Street Stark, Fla. 32091 doing T.aryMarMY.Y1xINa1lneMM
ATHUTtC HOUSE It Execution Issued out of
bund" tha firm of ,, a.1 His Is N/NM MrIIIN.1
123 Smith Walnut Street In the County Court of Bradford r name ..a_ NNNNyN YY
Oty of Stark. Bradford County County. Florida pursuant to e "APPLIANCE SERVICE CO.." a/l.N Ntl lti.N.INM W N.w.rwNMN.M ION MY.YM M

Flak inland to r.g*t. lb.sad Fetal Judg merit for Town 215 East Call Street, Sta'.... f amily centers NMMNNNMN..NM.NN.N
Bradford County Florida 'll I III ,.rN w IM .N w NN NYq
name with the Oak of th* Finance Co. d/b/a Charge aTN INr +NNwnNM INMNNr
32G91. intend to register said pIU4NM MpNNN/MM
Orcurt Court d Bradford Finance Co. of Bomfay. Florida Nr _
fictitious' name under the
County florid. provision /
and egamst William P. fleams.
of aforesaid statute.
LORETTA J. MARCHANT
Jr. and Betty Raamei. defendants
Robert L Miner owner.
GAYLE OA. McREE
In the amount of 1827.03
1/19 4fehg 2/9 togrrtrwr'with cost of codecitkxi. Doted this 17th day of TG&Y LINED
'- --- January A.O. 1978 at Starke. r DAYTIME .
NOTICE f'i INTENTION l I''
Florida. r r
Here seized. and have in
TO REGISTER my
1/19 4tpd 29NOTICE
FICTITOUS NAME possession the following LATEXGLOVES'
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described personal property to-

Pursuant to Section 866.09. wit: OF INTENTIONTO
Florida Statute, notice is 1970 Ford 4 door Sedan REGISTER PAMPERS17C

.hereby given that tha under- I.O. No. ON51K133904A FICTITIOUS NAME ,
.grwd..en. bghtsey P.O. Box Pursuant to Section 8G6.09
107. Metros*, Fla. 32606 and the property of the above Florida Statute, notice' I'II hereby

Donna Sullivan, Rt.2. Box 1540 named defendant end that on given that the undersigned

Keyatone Height, Fla. 326E6 Monday the 6th day of John W. Dukes, P.O. Box 208

doing bu m.** under the film February, 1978 at twelve o'clock Starka Florida, 32091. doing mil
nama "PHASE I & II," P.O. Noon on said day on the business under the firm neme of Box.

Box 107. Melrose Fla.. 32866 premises of the Bradford County "301' QUICK-STOP," U.S. :301, $22,9Of
intend to regiter Ned fictitious Jail Yard. I IM offer for sale and 2 1/2:! miles South. Starke.' Bradford Of 24

rime under the provision of sell to the highest bidder for County Florida, 32091
aforesaid' statute. cash In hand the above described intends to register sad fictitious

Helen Ughrtsey, Donna property of laid name under the provision of
Sullivan owner defendant to satisfy the aforesaid aforesaid statute.

Dated this 19th day of Execution.. John W. Dukes, owner

January, A.D. 1978 at Starka, Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Dated this 12th day of
Florid. Bradford County. Florida January A.D. 1978 at Starke X-1 00MOI010lL

1/194tpd2/9' 1/12 4tchg 22NOTICE Florida.
.- ------------ 1/124tpd 2/2 DRESS OR CASUAL :
--""---------- ...
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FLORIDA PUBLIC OF INTENTIONTO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN '
SERVICE COMMISSION REGISTER
FOR BRADFORD ,
AND
NOTICE OF HEARING FICTITIOUS NAME
COUNTY FLORIDA EWELRY
ISSUED: 1-3-78
Civil Acuom Number 77 411! 0 ,
NOTICE la hereby given that Pursuant to Section 8G509,
COOLING SERVICE CO..
a
an Examiner will hold public Florida Statutes notice is hereby
Florida corporation' Plaintiffa, ( )
hearings on the following (liven that the undersigned
matter at the time and place Ttiorru E Ryan P.O. Box v* '
THE SALVATION ARMY a
indicated: '1610, Aluchua, Florida 32615
9:30: a.m.. Thursday February dung! rxismess, urtdor the firm Georgia corporation & DAN, 2/$1
IDafendamlsl( DODD b/b/a
23 1978 Holiday Inn, 1.96 and name of "SPECIALTY I DODD CONSTRUCTION CO.. : :
PGA Blvd., Palm Beech Car BUILDERS." 2117 North

dan. Florida Tempter Avenue Starke, NOTICE OF SALE e) I n
NOTE: Friday February 24. 1978 Bradford County Florida 32091 9
Notice I 18 hereby that
given
ill aim reserved if necessary intends 'to register' said fictitious,' ,
pursuant to an order or a final
DOCKET NO. 770810-( EU nome under the provisions of
On the investigation and show nformiiid/ statute judgment of foreclosure entered LADIES 100% COTTON *A DIB S
I
in the above captioned action,
cause order to Florida Powerand Tltrjmas, f Ryan owner
will sell the property situated in
Light Company as to the Dated this" 5th day of January PULLOVER
Duval County. Florida
proper treatment of franchise A D 19/8 at Starke Florida
fee for rate-making purpose 1'S4ipd<<11176/ doscrrbed as: HOUSE SHOES
That certain piece, parvel or
All parties desiring to present -------------
of 'land lying' SHIRTS
tract \ situate end
evidence in this docket shall pre-
OF INTENTIONTO
NOTICE being In the County of Brad
,
file the same In the form ofwntten REGISTER
exhibits. ford. State. of Florida to-wif:
testimony and
FICTITIOUS NAME port of the NW 1J4of SW 1/4
'later than Friday, February
no i
Pursuant to Section 86609 of Sect itx i 12. Township 8
10, 1978. Florida Statutes notice I III hereby South Ran ge 22 East Bradford $299
At said time and place all
given that the undersignedDavid County Florldu, and being more
will be
Interested parties givenan
L Hughes P.O. Box 527 particularly described in Deed
opportunity to be heard. I Keystone Height, Florida Book 74, Page 81, Official
By Direction of Chairman 32656 doing business under the Records Book 10 Page\) 56 and
PAULA F. HAWKINS. Commissioner
firm name of "DAVE'SELECTRIC Official Records Book 74, Page
WILUAM T. MAYO Er AIR CON
529.
and Commissioner WILLIAM H. ROSE BUSHES
DITIONING, PO. Box 527 at public sale/ to the highest and
BEVIS as and constituting the
l Keystone Hulghts. Bradford best bidder for cash at the front
Florida Service Commmsion this
County Florida 32656 intends of the Bradford
3rd day of January 1978. to register said fictitious name entrance Courthouse In County CHILDREN
Starke Florida
WILLIAM B. DeMILLYCOMMISSION under the provision of aforesaid between\ "1100 am and 2:00: $ 00
CLERK 5
2
1/26 Itchg"pUBUCANNOUNCEMENT statute p.m., on the 6th day of I
-- David L. Hughes) owner. February, 1978.
Dated this '12th day of CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy

The City of Hampton. Florida January.,A.D. 1978 at Starke : Beulah M Moody Deputy I. M 17i.OGGERS

announces that professional Florida. Clerk. ? c'r 9 ,
2/2
engineering service are requiredon /124tpd 1/262tchg 22Florida
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a continuing basis to serve as TABLE
the City' Engineering Consultant IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .

and to provide professional EIGHTH CIRCUIT COURT OF Theatre
services regarding FLORIDA IN AND FOR $

water system improvement. BRADFORD COUNTY Starke 964.5451 CHAIRS Values 788
To
Thusi services may include but : : j

are not limited to, preliminary CIVIL ACTIONIn Fri. Sat. Sun. .
studies and reports feasibility ,e:The Marriage of LARRY F. Reg. 19"

studios technical assistance for GLISSON hutiband. and
water system improvements BECKY FAY GLISSON wife CAW CA.RRA.DINEKATE I

preliminary and final design and Cane No. 78 6NOTICE I JACKSON I

construction and supervision of .
OF SUIT I.**Se Proof Pun
water system improvements
To be eligible for consideration NO PROPERTY KLEENEX

all interested firm must To' Becky Fay Glisson P.O. I 11IU'JIS I II ,

be properly registered to practice Box 873 Starke Florida FLOWER'
and ,if a corporation must YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
be properly registered with the that an action for Dissolution. of I PLANTSTARTER PAPERTOWELS

Florida Secretary of/ State., Marriage has bean died againstyou

Any firm or individual so BECKY FAY GLISSON and
qualified and interested in pro- you are required to serve. a copyof PCl _w u
viding professional services your written defenses, if any MM

within ,the scope of the above to it, on the plaintiff's, attorney

described programs shall applyin whoa name and address is PlmRaquel ,
writing' for consideration witha DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq. .

letter of interest describing the Pierce Et Hardy P.A. Welch .

specific capabilities for application P.O. Drawer 1030 '. .
to and similar work completed Starka Florida 32091' In

within tha last live years and file the original with the

relating in scope to these programs clerk of the above styled courton : I
until' FEBRUARY 7. 1978. or before February 13th 1 : 51cWI

Direct) all application together 1978: otherwise a judgement, / .

with an updated Standard Form may t be entered against \you for
251 or equivalent the number of the relief demanded In the

the firm' Florida Professional complaint' or petition.

Engineering Registration and if WITNESS my hand and the

a corporation a copy of Corporate end! of said Court on January 9,
Registration with the 1978 x 5' CHILDREN MULTI COLOR

Florida Secretary of State to GILBERT S. BROWN.
City Clerk Mary Lee Allen Post As Dark of said Court 301 Drive In

Office Box 250 Hampton. By Beulah M. Moody, As GARDEN LAWNHOSE

Florida 1/262tchg 32044.2/2 Deputy M24tchg2224x60 Clerk. Fri.Sat.Plus BULLETINBOARDS





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were'Sunday dinner gucits d ,I, ; of
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and Mrs. O.B. Wigglniof ilarTbon
patient In Bradford County Mr. '
PERSONALSMr. \ > Jacksonville
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Our art//' Etliatwtb: Terry Jacksonville their brother-tn-law' and \or. ,
Sunday
Hospital. were
prayers Phone 72-3300 sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs." OJ., Anders on Monday.

Church of Godi Sunday of Tallahassee. and Mrs Jerre visited Starling their with Mr.htm.and Mrs W.S. Rivers for Fort Lauderdale on Friday Mrs Craig Carroll and family Mf.dinnerestsoftheir and Mrs. B.I*:' WuklsonV'parent, -' O.J.' Boyette and familyi hf( ...;? '. I '8Cll O
school at 10 ..m., Worship Sr. of Union Springs Ala. morning where he accepted: a of Deerfleld Beach Sr. Mr and Mr. Wm. L.
Serviced 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; lather Henry Deal, In Shands the weekend with their position. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Water Durban and family of Lake Students In the first and
In Gainesville.
spent
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Medical Center by to sister and sister-in-law, Mrs. Mrs. Lois Carter spent a and children, Mr. and Mrs. Mr*. Wendie Smyth of Butler were guest of their third grades participated in a
stopped
p.m.; YPE Friday at 7 pm.Cvergreen On Sunday, they Mr. Pierce Crews. week with her sister, Mrs J.S. Waters and children, and Jacksonville spent the brother-in-law and sister Mr. Vision Screening program

Baptist visit their Charles other parents Starling, and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Mamie Lou Agler of Jacksonville Mrs Wilbur Water of Starke, weekend with her parent, and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and sponsored by the Starke \
and Mrs
Sunday School 10 a.m.; and Mrs. James Waters attended family, on Sunday .afternoon.Mm. .. .
Boch and Mrs. Tom 'wom..n'S 'C1ub'4ljrJMOPrents !
Daisy : Col. and Mrs Wm. Wilson
afternoon. .
Worship Services: II a.m. and family, on Sunday Mrs Whaley, and daughters of., Mn. Jessie Mae;Sonelaitd. the wedding of her Elbert DeLong, foster son of ;Cora. Hodges< of will M receiv
7 p.m.; Training Union 8 p.m.; Mrs Henry Norman Hodges and, Mrs. Tampa visited their aunts. granddaughter of Doraville. niece, Miss Patty English at Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wllklson, Macclenny spent the weekend 'Information ,regarding t

Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Larry Bennett! were hostesses Mrs Cella Redding In Starke Ca. were Friday overnight First Baptist Church of Max- Sr., celebrated his 64th birth- with her sister Mrs. Hester screening program'' within
Joyce: ,
Mra.O.J
Nursing Home and Mrs. of their cousins, Mr. ville on Friday night. Mrs. Lavon Hicks Their sisters, feW doY9' .
p.m.Faith shower day on Sunday ,
for bridal honoring ,, :
Radio a and MatiaaUalU '
Baptist Anders and Mrs. t\At'6\
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Hardee Amanda Blackburn In Bradford Mrs. Hermis Kelly. Mrs Darlene Norman ,and Wilklaon and family and Mrs 18 .
Program on WPXE a.m. Miss Denise at 7:30 on In County Hospital on .Freddy Moore of Hendeesonville sons Mr. and Mr. Frederick Donald Wllklson and granddaughter went their Sunday dinner Planning Day and report
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m.1) Thursday night : p.m.First Saturday afternoon.Mr. N.C. spent the Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Dana came over and guests cards for the third six weeks
Hall at
Worship Services: 11 a.m. and Fellowship Church. Mrs. Robyn weekend with his parents Mr Vaughan Prescott and family enjoyed cake and Ice cream Friends of Mrs. G.L. Sapp' will goout on Monday Jan. 30.
6:30: pm.; Prayer Meeting Baptist and Mrs. Ward Landis and Mrs. Fred Moore Sr., of Kingsley Lake, Mr. aid:! with them. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp regretto .
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. Warren, Mrs. Shirley Cribbs were Sunday dinner guests of while on his way to Homestead Mrs. .Floyd. Norman and learn that they are patients LUNCH MENU
and Teuton were recipients .
First Baptist Church; Nancy their daughter Mrs. Mary Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs Jr. In Bradford County Hospital. '
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.' of the prizes as winners Then Alice Corothers of Worthington Mrs. Frank Camp, Mrs. Austin, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Marian, Hall of Our. prayers arc with them. hamburger on
and of the played.
Worship Services a.m. lIardee'opened games her Springs. Gene Pearson,and Mrs. Velda Norman and sons were Macclenny was a weekend bun, .I lettuce, tomato, picle,
7:30: p m.; Training Union 6:30: Miss Delicious refreshments Mr and Mrs. M.M. Jordan Cardin attended the District Sunday dinner guests of their Anders.guest of her lister. Mrs. O.J. Birthdays for the end of the mustard, ketchup french
pm.; Prayer Meeting lovely gifts. homemade purchased the Trail Three Business and Professional parents Mr. and Mrs. < "t' 'month are: fries chocolate cake milk.
Wednesday night nt 7:30: p.m. of cake Restaurant and Motel and Women's Club in Leonard Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Tim Wilkerson- TtJESDAYVegetabl
Grace United Methodist: cookies and punch were of Wednesday Jacksonville on Saturday, Williams and family of Wednesday, Jan. 25 Michael' beef toasted cheese
served to the 20 guests enjoying took them over as Mrs. Louise Duck: and a ; soup
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; the party. Jan. 18. They leased the David Starling, son of Mr. friend Mrs. Manning of Jack. Jacksonville visited their Anders Saturday, Jan. 28; sandwich, apple pie, milk.)
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Futch of Jacksonville: restaurant to Mrs. Tina and Mrs. Joseph Starling, sonville were luncheon guestsof brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Kenna Wilkerson Monday, WEDNESUAYbaked'
7:30 p.and m. Choir Practice at 7 Beach Terry was a luncheon guest of Ballard and she Is serving visited his grandmother, Mrs. the United) Methodist and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and .Jan, 30.Miss beans with weiners.cole slaw,

p.m. Methodist Youth his aunt Miss Elizabeth delicious: meals. She will be Carolyn Holmes on Wednes- Women at the home of Mrs. family, on Saturday Shellle Smith and pineapple upside down' cake.
Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30: Wednesday. happy to serve all her guests day afternoon. Wilma Wainwright on afternoon. Lamar Priest helped celebrate biscuits, butter; milk.
p.m.United Terry Friends on of Mrs. J.P. Wyrick who stop In to dine. Mrs. Earl Teston visited her Tuesday the 17th. Mr. and Mrs Robert Lee 'his dad's birthday on .TIIVltsUAYSausage'
Methodist Women of Tallahassee, formerly Miss Stephen Thomas of mother Mrs. Dave Tanner, on Mrs. Russell Lines and visited Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Jan. 22 and his parents <( met at the home of Mrs, Lois Terry will be glad to Cincinnati Ohio was a Sunday afternoon. daughter, Jacqueline of Adams of Jacksonville: on d' Mrs. Hubert E. Priest). green beans applesauce
Wilma Wainwright on Tuesday learn that she went with a Thursday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trozell Sumter, S.C. are spendingsome Sunday afternoon. 34th wedding anniversary by rolls butter, milk. .
Jan. 17, with Mrs. of people and their his uncle and aunt Mr. and spent a week with their son-in- time with her parents, Mrs Don Boyette anddaughter taking them to Beach FRIDAYturkey .
Wainwright presiding. Mrs. group pastor from Thomasvillv Mrs. Manuel Stephens. lie left law and daughter Mr. andCommunity Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Ann of Macclennv: Boulevard Chicken Dinner sandwich potato chips,

votional Frank COBS and gave Mrs. the de. Hood Baptist Church of Tallahassee Restaurant In Jacksonville buttered corn, .peach: crisp;'
George
for dinner on Sunday. milk. ,
Roberta, Sr, wan in charge of on a 10-day tour to the
the There were 19present. Holy Land Jan. 10.
program
After the meeting ad. Deepest sympathy of the .. .. .. I News----
aurned, Mrs. Wainwright community is extended to STARKE FIRESTONEUS
served a delicious luncheon. Mrs. Wm. E. Gault Sr. and
The next will be Feb. relatives due'to the death of Fla
meeting 301 N Starke.
7 at the church. her husband Wm. Gault. Sr, DELL CIIAPTER IM OES by Elliabrth Walker dinners will be sold from the
I Highland Baptist: Sunday on Tuesday in St. VincentsHoRpital Phone WM- J6H3 kitchen.: Sunday Is Educational : FREE Low Priced Tires' FREE
School
day. Sunday :
I School 10 a.m., Worship of Jacksonville. Dell Chapter 168 will hold its MOUNTING MOUNTING
9:30. Worship 11 a.m. G.nd Prtx or lofolld.V
Mr. and Mrs. Randy : Morning
Services 11 a.m. and II
p.m.; regular meeting Thursday,
I Prayer Meeting Wednesday Stafford of Jacksonville were Jan. 26. 7 All membersare Wednesday 6 pm. Prayer Antioch Missionary Baptist Dinner 12:30. Evening "
I night at 7:30: p.m. Saturday afternoon guests of invited p.m.to be present and Meeting and Bible Class ChurchPrayer Meeting Worship 6 p.m. with the Little 4 POLYESTER/ WHITEWALL TIRES

Laura Baptist: Sunday their parents Rev. and Mrs. on time.for this very important combined. Thursday 7 p.m. All members Church in charge. 173/n/ *19"I7S14 671/14/
School 10 a.m.; Worship Leonard Melton. meeting. The Matron Sunday School 9:30: a.m. 11 will be participating In the Greater Allen Chapel $
Mrs. Frank Cons and Miss Ministers and Deacon Union A.M.E. Church Sunday H7I/14/ 2588
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Is very pleased with the a.m. an Educational will be / 21"
I pm.; Prayer Meeting Arthurine Blanchard visited attendance. sponsored. 27 through 29. School 10 a.m. MissionaryDay m/n/ 07715H7I1S/

Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m.Notinside her 'sister. Miss Enza SCHOOL NEWS Mt Zion A.M.E. Church- observance will be. held /
Baptist: Sunday Blanchard of Baker County ADULT BASIC Sunday School 10 a.m. The Greater Bethlehem. Sunday, Jan. 29, 11 a.m. cells/ 28"
Nursing Home at Macclennyon conference will Freewill' Baptist Church- service.All .
School 10 a.m. Worship Services first quarterly
I 11 a.m.; .; Tuesday afternoon. All adults Interested In self be held Sunday .m. All Monday night the Senior Choir ladies are asked to wear' All Prlc. Plus 1 82 To 3 09 F E.T. 223CH

Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Tom Whaley and Improvement or improving to members are asked to be appeared In Waldo an anni- white. The entire con-
I 7pm. daughters of Tampa spent the get a better job, for a high present.New. versary program with the gregation is Invited to worship '
Smyrna Missionary weekend with her mother school diploma, the opportunity Community Chorus. Each with us. Mrs. Diane Chandler : l ; a.

I Baptist: Sunday School 10 Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson; sister Is here for you to enrollIn Bethel Baptist Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer our new president will speak.All .
I a.m.; Worship Services II Mrs. Daisy Boch anddaughter Adult Basic classes: In the C'hurchWednesday 7:30: Meeting. Wednesday Senior missionaries are askedto
a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Miss Lynn Whaley. various centers in the com- Bible Study. Friday 7:30: Jan. Choir rehearsal 7:30: p.m. meet on the 5th Sunday 3 ENGINE TUNE-UP
.m.; Prayer Meeting Friends of Harold Eunice munity. There are two classes 27, the East: Coast Ministersand Thursday Story Hour 7:30: p.m. to hold a business
p Wednesday 7pmSenior regret to learn that he Is aI meeting in RJE complex Deacon Union will begin pm. 8 p.m. the Home Visitation meeting for election of
Monday and Wed., and Tues. and conclude Sunday. Sunday Committee will meet. officers: and our monthly -

and Thursday. School 10 a.m.Ebenezer Friday 6 p.m. Junior Choir rehearsal study group. m- 32 SS6cvl,,
C'DQCn LltEliilCGCDff( ( ( ( 0 -+ Mimi Scott: daughter of Mr. Baptist Church- 7:30.: The Prayer Theme:: Roots, Achieve Only Amancan Cars

I and Mrs. Jimmie Scott of Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Class. Band will meet at the home of ments and Projections Negro =
BY Dolores Meng Lawtey Fla., made the Friday through Sunday all Mrs. Rosa Williams 8 p.m. 8 HistoryIt = Will Install new raantor. plugs' Ignition points and
Phone 46K-I9I5 Dean's list the first semester. members will be In Fellowship -' pm. the Training and Is now time for our Annual condenser; adjust carburetor;; sat point dwell and

Citizens keeping! damage to a mini Ms. Scott is a student at that will be held at Newt Worship Committee will meetin observance of"Negro History timing last. battery and charging ayatam and.

mum along with members of Howard University Bethel Baptist Church. the library Saturday Week" as it is commonly: Inspect' pane Electronic Ignition cars $4 Ian V.B'I and aoma air
The Hampton Senior the Bradford County Washington D.C. She Is known. The entire month of Conditioned Cara ExtraBRAKE
Citizens Club had a good Volunteer Fire Department. majoring in Physiology. Mimiis February has been designated
meeting on Jan. 20 with 16 LUNCH MENU a 1975 graduate of Bradford Nippers To Head Drooker Bike-A-Thon for the observance "National

members present. Mrs. Jan. 30- Feb. 3 High School. Afro-American History o
Josephine Fontaine extendedan CHURCH NEWS: Month. Because of the OVERHAULv.
Invitation to members to MONUYmeat sauce St. Jude children's, llodgkm's disease and other demand by thousands of .blue.
with spaghetti, garden salad Pleasant Grove United research hospital announced forms of cancer. '
attend a covered dish persons that "so much needs 'v (NIP 'rite( 4II.'"
at St. Edward's Parish green beans, applesauce, Methodist Church Every 'appointment of Mr. and'Mrs' : .. ,be' done .' .".t / '
dinner pi' :
( Irr4he"prvkeae'
> o' 6S"! "" L JAmer.
french bread milk.TtJESDAY first and second Monday 7p.m. : Steve Is non-sectarian A }um.//p./ .
(Hall in Starke on Jan. 29 at 6 Nipper as. St. Jude's : ,,"Importing or learn1ng'"Airb-' 'J'it6" > :
beans with the Young Adult Choir .
Can.eaeeptlueury:
Members were also invited chairman for the Brooker' Interracial and completely American contributions," that @
p.m to participate In the franks cole slaw, banana rehearses. Each Tuesday 7 Spring Bike-A-Thon. free of charge to patients an entire month is needed. o!t.Jli ( )
Talent and Gong Show pudding hot roll. milk. p.m. the Young Junior Choir whose disease la under study We have planned several '

planned for that evening's WEDNESDAYPizza, rehearses. Wednesday Prayer 7 Founded by entertainer and who are referred by a activities: for your enlighten- W* Install 'factory pre-srced lining flow 'front aaals' and ralurn' springs'
buttered peaches, Meeting Thursday
entertainment chocolate cake corn milk.TIIURSUAY Bible 7pm.Study. Sunday Danny Thomas fifteen years ment,throughout the month of rabulld four-whaal' .' cvllndara and raaurfac brake drums (naw wheel
pm. ago, St. Jude children'lr..earch physician. After admittance,
BookmobileThe cheese with School 10 a.m. Pleasant Grove Is devotedto hospital total Feb.The cyl. $7 each, If' needed), repack Iron! wheel' baarlngs bled system
Book hospital the provides Negro In Religion and
Bradford County
macaroni butter congregation will worship and add fluid
: peanut painstaking medical medical care for the patient Music will be presented at nacaaaary
mobile waits at the Hampton
sandwich limas one- with Mt Moriah in the 11 a.m.
green research and care of children and when needed also Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
Post Office every Tuesday half milk. service.Mt. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
orange stricken with Catastrophic transportation and Church Sunday Feb. 5, at 7:30: 964 5018
from 12:30: until 2:30: United -
'ltIIAYIish portion, Moriah lodging
residents J.m. Diseases, Including leukemia, for parent and child.: p.m. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
welcoming grits mustard greens hush Methodist Church
ages with interesting reading puppies,cherry cobbler milk.
material.
CongratulationsMrs. Mrs. Ernestine Denmark'ssixth
graders have been
Susie Lett was hostess studying library skills. Cul-
covered dish dinner at her
at a this wentto
minating study they
home Jan. 20 in celebration of the Bradford County GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS Federal Savings & Loan Association
and Guaranty .
her 2 anniversary- owner
Library in Starke Friday, Jan. AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONOF
Salon.operator Approximately of Lett's Beauty 40 20. The librarian Dan Smith, GAINESVILLE mI of Gainesville m.
conducted them on a tour of tll'. ,>"
patrons and friends enjoyedthe the bookmobile which travels Gainesville, Florida"It G.III1I.IrII, 377 3344
delicious food provided. Main office: 220 North M.IIII Strnrt FL ,
regularly throughout the Pays to Save Where They

furnished Musical by entertainment Hank and Donnie was county He also showed them Pay You to Saver"a r' Statement of Condition as of December 31 1977
of books and
Iottand Olie Shepherd who different the various services types offered by -j' (Opened for Business July 5, 1956))

led group singing of Countryand the library. Officers
.
Western music and
Gospel: Songs with guitars and Then Mr. Smith superviseda Pratktonl B F MIZEIL.JR .fc; ,l ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH
banjos. "Treasure Hunt" game for Sr V f. 8 Comptroller W N ROBINSON Mortgage Loans and Other Saving Accounts .96.120.741,19

Eddie Lloyd celebrated his all students. Since all had Ailing sacralaryTraaur TOM DOBSON Uens on Real Estate . . . .. 97658.46506 .:
and r fc JOHN A TOHODE i i .
9th birthday Jan. 21. followed listened directions carefully they were PINS. V P. 8 .,.Caordlnalor' RALPH E IRVINE Vj All Other Loa,. . . . . .. .. 1,380.092.86 dances from Federal Home ,
Pint. V P. a Loan Of few RHESA BOSTICK 6.760.00000
able to find the treasure or and In
First V P.8 ChM Suit Appeals' ** LEWIS NELLINGER M 1 Reel Estate Owned
Christian Church answer. V P. 8 AM Comptroller THOMAS B HUHY Judgment" . . . . . .. ... 311.77970 Other Borrowed Money .. .'. .. 6.047,452, ,. '
Miss Denise Dell came to V P 8 Loan Coordlnotor ANN B HALLORAN r- ,

Joseph Mrs. Garnet Ganzenhuber Studer began and volunteer the school work on Tuesday in the library.to do V V P.P. 4 8 .5,,..Mgr Mgr. BRANDAM SHIRLEY BAKER CARR ,", Real Contract Eatute(or Sold Dead on. . . .. .. .....,. t,. NONE LoerainROCBw.. . .... '";.'; .. .,' .'.... ... 2. 6,1., 701.39

church renovation last week V P 8 Br Mgr HAROLD K DAVIS .. ... . .., .. : "
taking down an old Mrs. Maureen Paul our V P 8 Br Mgr. LATRELLE M HAMILTON' Cash on Hand and In Banks 1,132.109; Other Liabilities . .:. ;tfl't't'. :. 6-.827.90.
by librarian as well as the VP Br Mgr CHARLES MILLERVic.Jrerdens InvestmentssndSecudtiea' .. . . .. 11003642.16 ,

chimney decorative blocks and around installing the students are grateful. for her / J R WOODWARD Fixed Asaets .Less Depreciation ... .'. .. .. 1.919,381.36 Specific Reserves . .... : .. .. .. .. .'.'. k 92.88 1.t./ .
help AMI. V P & StailitlclanAMI COLLEENS DICE .
j
foundation. v P. 8 M.ad r*itftAMI SUSAN GROOM 'Deferred Charge and General Reserves 53.300,401.19'"

Steven Earnest returned to Friday Jan. 27 is set asideas V P. 8 BoakkMpw MARVBROSKE Other Aaaets .. ..... .. .... . .. ..., 2.212.42901 Surplus '25689507
Mississippi i College at Clinton a planning day for A..I. V.P. 8 loan Sioll Supervisor B6TTVBOVKIN ,
Jan. 23 after spending several teachers. Parents are wel AMI.,. V.P. 8 Chid' Stall IntpoclorAMI ,. PHILIP W CLARK tTl i 53.\\>57.29626 3557296.26 .

weeks visiting his parents. come to consult with In- ... locralary ,STEPHANIE" PENNINGTON' '. .:. ;:" ;. .." :. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND '.'l I' ..:.? "
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Mr.and Mrs. Wallace Collins, structors: on that day regarding I TOTAL ASSETS S115.617,900 NET WORTH S115.6)7,90003 .

and friends in the area. progress of students. Board of Directors ,'," _"j. I ,' ". ,'
Mr. and !Mrs. William Children will! not be attending, \ ;?."'; *V. ; ..; I Ir. I
Schaub of Crescent City attended school that day. "' r. :" \., :
WilLIAM )
H CHANDLER eP MI2ELL.JP ..' i' ,
the Friday meeting of Report cards will be FREDH CANTRELL C: A POUND JP f '" ,
the Senior Citizens Club and home with students going, DOYLE E.CONNER eARL POWERS'S '&: :: .' AVAILABLE FOR TOUR NEEDS ,' .
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spent the weekend with Mr. Jan.30. Parents are O DENMARK W N ROBINSON./ V': 'f ,
and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine. to sign and send back: the attached TOM DOBSON A J THOMAS JR a Daily Compounded Earnii ,0 Travel. Cwcti' '1.1' ,. S I II

HAMPTON LAKECONGRATULATIONS forms with suggestionsor E L MATTHEWS JOHN TORODE I y"l Insured Savings.. $40.000, Each ; Free Notary Public!c;.. ltt .,,.

comments. Advisors .ti:2I.d.:: : !... Insurable Account ; 0 Keogh and IRA Retirement YIlfs.JIll '
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The second semester began t '-- '_" ,>\' ">' ''V'
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Jan. 23. Minor changes in HARRYC. DUNCAN,! M I RUDOERMAN C. -.- We Send Certificate Maturity ;: Prpgrams, .: .. '. ';.

Scoggins are the proud class scheduling have been Administrative StaffS ,iW"....; h____.._ Notices ",,u lfmi, "..,.?4.u".<.*. ;..:4a.iv .. ""a* T'ansmatic .Services. .T. II* ,-/, .,fT ,. ,,,,,.,,,
parents of a baby girl April made with Ben Moxley con. Redemption of Government a Free Transfer of Funds ,, ;. '
Lynn who was born ducting the physical education ..okkpp.r. LAURA JACOBY 1T' '
very Bonds a Night Depository at Enclr! 'Office 'I
the afternoon KAYES GASTON ,
during U.cuUvs5w.tMy Ii
early Jan. 24. weighing 8 168.4oz program
at Alachua General periods. Regular music Stall AppralMr TERRY GAINES Ail-American Statement' Account .i"Preaulhorized Mortgage..Paylnenti" :j1l..1

Hospital. Maternal grand- classes will be conducted by 'KG If-f-1 .4.,.M,>,,,.<,* I i .'Interen-Beerlrg Christmas Club o. Prestige Out-of.Town EmergencytDial'ACbunt '"7.: ..,.

parents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Lavon Drivas. Library Branch Managers Accounts \l6el'I. ,.+ a ... .easg1I4 NManYe u.r..fe/NRS./
remains as "
Meng paternal availability OAINESVILLI r ,
; grandparents .. ,
are Mr. and Mrs. C.It. before. Art direction will DEBORAH 3901 W A University CARROLL' Avanue .. 3F344U a Free Sava-by-Mail Plan oJ a l I f tr- 1 riLJ I \1;! r fl..OJit

Scoggins of Starke; maternal come from classroom SHIRLEY BAKER Coventional Mortgage Loans a Direct Deposit of Social Security*
great grandmother Is Mrs. teachers for the remainder of 3300 S W A"or Rood' ?: ,'"11 r .' 372.0.3t. I Checks ., ..**".".....,.'!!!19"_.. ,... "' 1
"T. e.a Loans
Lawrence Meng of Toledo the school year. STAKKS. : eat > Savings' Passbook..., and .Certificate. .., ." \ ''. I-\, \ .. ....,.1..
Mrs. Carolyn Taylor is a HAROLD K.. DAVIS kn." t4or1ev/0rden;; .. .
Utters" ,
: : .. .wsn; *" '4 "
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Ohio.Mrs.. Judy Spell celebratedher welcome addition to Mrs. 1 395 W Madiaon Siroat '.> *, I VS4MOO47349M .' 'w" ., ;:; .'" ./ : r ; ...,)1)
Jean Clark's first grade class. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,, AND WE HAVE".1
birthday Friday Jan. 13. IRENOA M CAR '\ 4f ... .. 1"1,

celebrated Mr. and Mrs.their Francis 30th wedding Meng She students will for be assisting the next these five LAKE BUTICR Laiwance Bouiovard A Sylvan I >Way."..-.. .. : .. Seven. .. Convenient Location) To Serve You With Free Off.Street Parking and i Convenient ,[Drive-In'WIndovvsJ" ; "',. ""LVi'n'nit ,

anniversary on Jan. 17 by weeks when she will receiveher UTRELLf M HAMILTON I' until,

dining with family members Teacher's Degree In Ele- tr'W MomStrodCLIAMWATCR i .* > 498-M14 .,.. ... .' ... I ,unit.
q. Aa ,1 '
In Gainesville.Mr. mentary Education from the CHARLES MILLER .t!% < I...""%'#** fiM' kj I .\ { i"\-\ : ; $ "
and Mrs. David Fenton University of Florida. '478 Pointottia. A......... CI_.....BUCK. \>4ij 41.3344 I \li'MAKEfLIfE1RICHES''WITH'SAVINGS'ACCQIJNT") ;!" ; ( t .,..
were grateful for the help they New students welcomed 1 '.1' \ ?* 'I.t! ': I 'I. .. : .. : 'GUARANTY FEDERAL! "-
received recently when they Jan 23 are: Douglas Mannina'In '
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Paul and Joe the 3rd. and Kindergartner : .
Meng were
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.r... 475 .. Me....... 2" Lawte? ,'MooJtpr Linda 473-2210 ..1

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I I:: ;01 salE 1 FOR SAlE PUSONALS opmMESt::: P; YAN to X HELP WANTED j[ HELP WANTED ) .Cecelia I. I- Terwillegar 4,9v : L.Jt m:: STARKC.20S HONI N. TEMPLE FLORIDA'*



... '-- PREFERRED PROPERTIES
..ARAG& SALCi FridayHalarday. / DRAPERIES; F8 ai..... GOOD PRICES PAID for FOR SALE OR RENTS High School grad, failed lar Iba Clay. laaaiy: fc:.- EXPERIENCED LEGAL LAKE PROPERTYI! \I

t .. a ..... ... ....>g II.... Slaa' 82" end _.... ..... .II martg ....... prepartyi I Bay .".''':* aaw, goad payMJIlJlM teealee. Servkta Olllea SECRETARY; Must ha pra- Kingtlay: 70 ft on crystal clear water 4 0ft Iarsdock.
matoralty, Isb". boy, gbl. ..... .... -......A'" a I. 3/4 ) mental T..... Salary 1273.00 Bl-a>aatbly, lacteal. la ....... .
paid ar more.OLINtl ....... ""... .,. .. 4.StarR. ( par handtyping .'
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......*. 44". 4282" wida. MOBILE, HOME .. Phaaw 964- 2J3.llpd A.....'...., .Vocationaltrammg. U..... all. c..., perforatedntma EngUah, sad. .,. .U...
Roma, .1......_. 1112K. M1*Ugh.PboM "1.tOII7.lorbiapactfcM ."LES.1108.. 0,.. TeViya JIJI' /.. Feet Advancaiaant.. .. each .. typing. W...., 1'.."" ".., leatle. reejulred. Santa Ft: '75'. *I 400', ,lot;: .btautiful tract owner
:. Call 81. Pkeae" fM.T17S. ....,.. clerk ........ Nnanced.. : "._ _
1/26 Call
!tP1. weakly. ,,/.... .......... ,,. collect, Apply at 21". State Employ.
ltckgl26ACREAGE_ 11.8. Navy .....1.... 372B ONE|11 FAMILY SERVICE meat Service. Lake. tlly. Hamptoni 2 of tti, flntt homos on th* laka.. On
.Fol&rSALET. FiE pvp; BRADFORD SEPTIC ,". Regular. Militarycempaaaatloa AIDE FOR HRSi Salary Ask too Mn. MacUanald. 'fur nit hod. '

_... a.... Keel .. ....,...r. and ..1..... Fw TANK SERVICE. .... .....- ,MOTORCYCLESFOR ... ...,lead .2114... Biweekly. meet 1/21 lit.kgOETA "
Hamptea.('.II4M.lto.1.lt... mora lala, pbaoa MM*,.47V. tlal, .......,.. (4V. Faataervlce SALE ledglag, 30 ,V day paidvaeatlea kava aUty |11101| I..... al. COMMERCIALSAnhiquo : '
S ..... US 4lekg 128HEATERSi 2257. IKkg. 1/2S ............ Ph._ ...d complete medical c.... C..... Traval .la .4.yal.d. .- Fe7k. ;;;'Foil- ;.-.;.;-., shop In L.wt.y on :301 4

o44121. 41p1DISABLED _,_ ..... dental care, phi.397JM ..... .... .... maal ... a high eckeolgredaate Attractive of flea Bldg. with ample parking.
Wood ........ FCRsiLEo.: .;;.;;, SUZUKI OF STARKE. par moatk .....tI.. ONE III CLERK TVPISTIar a aver caavlcled 7000' It. ?for .
your storage 0 atora 1O,000.
........... .heraeaaa heater.. '....... fur aajr ....... .,.. VETERAN. ......... a...... ......r.P. pay fet- IiIID'.U... 1121 Clay C._" C........... ..a..1..,',mail ka Bradford Bait sq. *
etrcalatha; .......... electric. 248 .11......' aaai, wa bavaIbaM WU cleaa. eat year f arage H ..... 9644M20 1640 South Appralaer'a Olllcar Salary reeldaal sad aceaemlcaDy raitaurant location on 301 S.IN .
....,.. AIM ....tr... and all. Peh...'. ....... ta .keep ,.. unwanted w..... 1301 $.",,, I. MASTER: -r------*' I273JM: Maalhly.. perlerma dleadvaalagad. Apply al THE COUNTRY
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BARGAIN CENTER. 301 !. :...! --- tl/cag; __|_ StarhajjlckgTWO! ___.___ COSMETOLOGlSTiPrvlarredl wttl. ceaibler NamerkaJ ......, ....,... vice llckg"Lmpleyment 1/26 Prime 10 scros. ptcan. grave cozy home, ,Ia.

Heath. .. Sac...., 964-667.. W. alaa. have Maw Iraaaara.alaclrla I7S II.A"A8AKllt74 Ear lain ......,... appMcanta aadacker Pow.r.
tl/ckg! .ta.... .... ......r.. SEPTIC: TANK GREASE .....1.. N..... ..,.1... 150. junior..... 4732211.oparatori A.... ta detlaa, .. aealnaad.ONEIUCLERKTVriSTIar. HOUSEKEEPER/BABY.------ --- 20 acre*. wall,tank 1. pole, cleared *pretty
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TRAP aew Ph... M4-61RS. 1/26 2tek I
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WATSON'S? HOUSE OF 864-7923.D. tl/eh 0'_.'. Pkaaa ............. Jaa F..." ., &.30 ,... ... 473-2852 eve*. HRS 0..'.......,. Salary HITTERi N..-......., 3 Raiford Rd. 2 Vi acret frame home *tr....

VACUUMS! Many ....... .1 431-IVTI. All ....1.... I"" Ask for Darto., llckgFMPLUYMENTl 12520 Bi-weekly, Perform. deya a ....... 7.30. lo 3 p.ro.. 4 acre*. 3 BR home well A mobile nemeilte.Hampton .

new ......... Bead iiw'"iii8, E8S WOpEN.C.SaIIIW' appraelatad.. ..3/31 tl/chg. 'HOMES 'FOR RENT -"-'_J._- ,, -- each dnllea' .. typing, HUag, maat have ... traaaporta- frame CH&A Vi acre lot.
.....1... ,available.. Expert Clay. ....... acl., ..., and ti.. .. Mallard Ar... Ph...

,.,. ,.. ell ....... Part mat US Ml. kaart .1 Lawtay.Opae. E.;..'.... .la InaeraMol. fIo.. ..,1 Cetiaty Board .1 Centmwiloaera ether dutlaa aa ... ..... 4311737. 112831..2/9, STARKE. "..

.......... I.. all vacoum. dally, t s.i.. ta 6 p.m. Immedlala coverage bypbaaa. .has follow. ONE III RECEPTIOMSTller 17000. Rental excellent location.
.,.to_.. 404 NW lOtk. Public ....... .,.., JOE USHER FOR RENT. BR trailer aa .,..,... "..... CETA Clay C..,., Chamber al Groin. Acrtt lot. quiet
Avenue, CameevBle.. 1'.... T......' ., 7 ..... Evaryaaa AGENCY 494-2126 or 496' ...d.. kit,water and aawar..laralafced. Public HervIce.. E.,..,...,. C........ Salary 1260.00 ( WANTEDI neighborhood.
STJ-TUO! tthKIMMAGI ..1_. 1/12 U/ak| 2803. ." ....... Iroatparch. Oaa |III| rellca. .Ulapaickeraad ...I.......'. ... .. ebb la Mimosa Drive 2130: iq. ft. brick lovely
:. .I.__ 185 ... 1'..... 496S9O7. eoe |11 I Labor C........... meal t". Pablla ... give Pratt St. 2 house, financing. available

HALt: Sal*'.*' ,"A.D SALEt, Eyaryday BILLS SAW SHOP c... /.,h. Ta ejoalify must be a Informal ta ,.....,. belamUlar 7200 sq.M. 131.300. 5 BR. :II. fenced.
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fo 28tb 2Mb. 8, ,..Id.., al Clay County unemployed net: el International. I.Ib. .
raJa ar ablaai I mtt ...! al plate .... aarvlaa.drcalar. at
......... IOO A 111 G.... ... ... wIth Caaaly, Tows, Madison 2 story good repair, b..utl'ullot.
La.t., .. 8R.225. Ph.'' .C... .....Id.. L itGiP"iTMENTI: ar .1. ....,... Key People, B.... Mallatka. 1'.... Manic. Ph...: 4Mfl-
rUg. Beat ta !>.. and B.I.. 7824978. 1/12 Stpd lit ....... ..... blade. .hellawgreood A..I,. ...,. .. pate. Apply Apply to pereen al CtTA sad ......... al e.rr.sihsppa.isge 3702. ltchgWANTED' Gracious old home with '.75 acre 'In town,
II... Clothing. Baby. lac... .. ....... efllce. Old C..u... 913Wateut lave to see to appreciate:
.... .1. Laavaat contemporary on Pratt
40 N. Church ll/chg ...
8.! .r Iadtor lorplnatlag.
tarallura.., ... llpdFURNISHINGSi -- :.. .. !:. :.. St.. Greea Cave rent .
BY OWNERs 1 aero with I...... Buildlag Supply, lelephaaaa.. and .1.... dalle. Phont 4HN14IIIallar featuring a 480 sq ". family room and fireplace.
- 8....... .. K. ..... 11.1...,.. UNFURNISHED HOUSE Springe. Itchg 1/26 .. ... .
wall .." I. teak .... 200 .d. ft p... 1/25 2lpd 2/2 Large corner lot with attractive brick, 3 BR. 2 B.
New ana imp '.....1.. ......-.p aa 8R '!./,e'._yu>_ T... bsdr..... ,la 8t...... ONE III MEDICAL replace..
..ad. living ream ," ... aaw, 230A. 964-4238. "" 2tcfc.( 123/maathly. 1'''... 473- Tka Clay Caaaty Beard. .. SOCIAL WORKER ... Clay EXISTING MORTGAGES
... Bead. ..t......... maay IEL JR. REAMES HEATER 3246 allar I .... I/I* Ztchgi c...." C..l lo.... ... Caaaly Public Health Looking. ta bay let .. 2nd -- - .

..... It.... BARGAIN ______ CLEANING AND REPAIR /!e____ .the following. .11... |1181| l>,,.,,,...,. Salary I36H.2I mortgage al dlacnunl.
CENTER. 301 Sealh .1 SAW SHAKPKMNUt:: llrap Waiter. .la ..... Ha time ta .,..1... under the, E.T.A. Biweekly.ONE Reasonable prlcea paid
Hlarke.. !..964-6679..:..tl/cke_ all al A.. lI..d.... !I.K. I. kava. your ....ta,. sad 2 ROOM APT I KITCHENETTE This II Program! : |III| DRAFTSMAN for ....... R."Dlh.mu.: ., BOOTS
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"Smith hrrvlcaSlatlaa Completely
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THREE |1.11| NUTRITION! lay .u.t, Praparly martgaga broker.. SCarradine's
WOOD BURNING STOVE, la M.I..... I/5 4tch. ........... Call 3.. R..... ..r.'...... all .UUtl... sin: MANAGERS! : !Salary 4p".01ll.. ,. ,Salary. 203 M.Temple A.... !Mark.. ,, FA'ULKNERC AT '

Imparted ... ......Ie. Call I/2H ,....,. 7824326 ar 964-S962. 301 UNDERWOOD' :.North-; al s....MOTEL.... 1/26 II62J9 bi-weekly live |151| 1303.33 .bl',monthly.ONE .. call 964.8909. Call G.h...- .
1-7434)148 tar .,_. .. 7f!! .- hours. day. applicant mail : 11)) DI.PLTV: CLERK ..Ia.. 3734185.: evenlnge. [B
Bad atare ...... W... Slav. ADDITION! G......, Drywall 2tchg 2/2 ....... the. reaponiibllltlaa'' for lay ('.unl" Clerk. iOlflcei 1/12 4tckg. 1/2 : ,A
Ht_. 30M ...e" B.M-! ...k. Fr. Lalliaalaa. WATCH A JEWELRY lor total aparatlan. al ake.ervlng Salary I3HOR3 bi \\ It \\.1.:11: : .. M'MKIt :
............12207. 1I* luk.| 12 ,.... ..,.. ... Call REPAIR W...... iLi'va' sii D dally allocation .1 monthly. WANTED TO BUY Mobile' '
E..I&... APT Private ..1....., home ..I.s. end U... TOP 4 'SUN .< IHNOarprlcaaaad <."
1/11 .
IllS 468-1M7 .....Ite'.... nod ..... .1... .. d... ... .
miale by Office 128 Ii. Ualer ",. ,
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llllltlee laralakad. Te quality. for ,. ... poeltloaayea r.Surke.
Inquire
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3lck. 1/26 .. Jeweler.. 11/13 4 paid. Pb. Lake Cltv.collect. .
Key one ...
G'Ai NrO\r'i ., Eallat V.I.. *. prepare. II,. la ( (' lorida I
very 003 E. Weaklagtea A. .. usual lay owaly 752 8960. alter" 3,:10 ..1..,...
........ --- tlchgROCKEN8TE1N. other duties .. 96-I SIMIiOPrNSATl\
? 4962922. llckgi 1/26 llckglairnlaked. raport and he ....pID'.. for '
2'1 _. HOME REMODELING! "II TREE ......eI. thirty |1301| days ar mor.. .If. call 752652. 1/12 Slpd 3/2 Y 5.. ....,.... BESTI!
"*. la ... .h...,' .. da. ,It!" MIiioo'M_ : ONE |IL .MECHANICHELPERi ----- -- -- -
I i .\ HrSSKJIU: : : .1.. land SERVICE Pecan traaat ; I Br. vou feel yea qualfv apply alIke .
WANTED. t.... ,..,1 ..
alactrlcal.raaflag. SeIi..iua
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Pbiatklac 18
......... .1 .Isr tree AC sad Salary 120.00 C.E.T.A.: (011I., Old : RII\V la 58.
ttlih pi... I..... *:UI.IHMIlirm. ) tapa Ceatralkaat. .,.,. -
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.dd. iteve la
l-hanv I 1111:1: "Hit' *:IH'I! ala.Caad will ..c...... paaalblKy al an L.... G...,. laKeyateaaMelraea "..kI,. appUcaat mual (Caartkeaae 81J Vs stout 11I..m. JpmDoubl AD L..t"..
...11 good condition. Pkone Dah-
at a rmoaahlaprleat ...... t..h. rr.pon.lbilIelsa.f '
.11. II I.m. IUII: ipd IIII:! ..'........P"_. 9648087. Nmka .breaking. sad lacreeeoaaw a.... perlormlng. minor ....Ia.I. Street' .Green tove Springe' ....'. Discount at 9t.I.7943. "Id. Mobile Home CARI1ADINEMLEATHERSIIOP
growth, yielding a mere (123/maalh p..... .,IUtI... r lorida.llchg
ARGENTINA"BAHIA 1/12 4'"h. 2/2 productive nat crop. Free Ph... 4734149. Itpd 1/26 ...... and mechanical 126Wvll ll/chg with I'" ..r.. Many ... :

'HAY< Highly... ......1..... II ......t... Pkona Galneavllle. work. DWOOAKJOa MSC-O-MODE.O'Bammm Iran! Lawley.FlarMa
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,.. ..... ".M. Edwarda, OFFICE MACHINES sad 373-79119. THEE TRIM. --------. ----. ONK: |III| COMMUNITY! AC. - 773400LONGC1IAMF

....... 9045379. 1/12 4tpd e... .....,... ..,*..... MING. REMOVAL. STUMP olrKr: "I'| XI,: TION AGENCY: Clay lit ommrrrlel Properly .with. -

,2/2 F.....'. Olllca Macblaaa.. REMOVAL FERTILIZING. .\\ \ ..\ .r:. 211.1.: County. ,Coordinator. Salary t Drilling> a. QIII app,.'. I UIHI: ) .". It bldg
Ph... 782-3020. 1/12 Stpd 1/26 "'I...,. I.eke. Duller. rontacl 1376.92 bi-weekly, c.... ... m.lMMI. .
.-r'RMUJ': : Y.ii'W R, 2/9 !'L Upd. __ I hok-t" lI..h.t."n.( WV\: NM dinatea all Community 2" thru 6" o Qo - Home mod

100 IRS*lot la ('.,..1..... --- SEWING MACHINES!! Ilk \rnuv. ar ..U I 1111:1:I Action Work. D istmctivc Met kit with older beaaa Building

t:...t... lake pot..I1..... |'\M tillR (.or.Tts ,....'Un.. REPAIRED AU ...... s.1.3171.: 12/JH: : IInhltKITCHENETTESI / ONK: III CLERK TYPIST Fast Rotary 0 9 that nerd repair 84 SOO Materials

Pric ..(.U...... T..... jrwrlrv. dlamnndH, .. ... .. ailed. and 4 pportunity - \VEBU1LDYour -
dosed adjuated. I BR
Ph. 964-6239. 1/26 .ltanvwkrra. ,... Drilling Equipment :IRK irame hnuae
Itpd dental Hold. MHI vl M crchandi en ap'proa
Work JamaaStrickland
tT. guaranteed apt., TV, A/C utilities Included. >mqiiincj Plans Or Ours
I'honr Mr.Killman. .earner.. MorganRoad Molly furalahed.Weakly I THOMASREALTY o PIIO\I\ I PROFITS.. onv ncre In iO.a4
MOTOR. HOMEilittrfiiaa.: .n-IlIHII.. l/% 41 pdI2H aad 16. IB STATE LICENSEDNew : so' :: 101.5IHI.). YaurLot Or Ours
1H II. Law ..II..... aiccllaat, Hwy : tf/chg monthly retee. ...... ..... .. :uj onto.: ynu own wnran- I dpowal i"g - FREE ESTIMATERemodeling _
Temple. Motel 880 N. _.J
,.dltlo.. Mu" mil due to MAINES .. o cowvxrrc INVEMTORY 21 acre with nice 3lI.ci.m I
INSURANCEAGEIVCY ... Starke. Ph... '
...1'''. 10.500 ... .12... lie.i' INCOME! .;TAX,. ..HELPjtXI'ER.ENfDfI' *t.-r I lAO.,4Milh.' .. >Jlako. ,. ,....Kmliiur" .,aftdniivO tUII.. .'ev.r.I. Repairs L ,
KOA I aaipgraa.11<))0 : : "'R.....' .A....... .phone ,l3978., .. R2t N...... Walaat 41. 'toSaar. FOU TANNING anrt! oontin,9 .uul kulMlnaa. / Jar hided.Nice ., Addition ff. .
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l'i1..UeI'' 1128' &. Used uad inHcnandmngi >(( :y -.J .. <
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...1. rU... Vada Prullt Phone. for quotea aa ." .- Florid.32091 Homes Bought
...... City. Call 752-4549. mobile. home, bonde, end HELP ANTED 9614152F.r..rly vr.88Uls FIRST lI"u.ilitpnmYwwdscToo a- : 2RR. IB. concreteliluck Sold TradedACREAGEFOR
I KICCIkS: I 61.1.. aaavd.. 2/2 6tpd 3/9 _..rcml baeHraaca, '3/17. t A I A.I.T".... SalesPartsServictEZ >Ojt&. IUIII eJJ.txIU.: ,, -j < -
14". laa far $15... for 2S. tf/ch| Real. E...,. at ar' o 'm !art., WHOM. namactimr a .'.j-aNi* rail u*. Indav In" lira --- -
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.Ph... .. ""-11311-I. lukc 1/28 --.r.- TermsPlumbing (
- g a auunwiad; VV'L.l l g ..ur ,..r ..1.
CUSTOM MADEDRAPER'ES. ; NEED CASH W. (In..rr.. home altea' .. T prw CatIt _;..... Ztawo prnprrl. !
lIoi.AR'"AT.R: W., bay Jaakcari.plchapa : .. ...5.I.I. I I. .t SALE
I IDa IlfATER: : irs sow and tracke. JaaSkew rceldenllal. ..4 mobile I 1 : oorrte
1 It ,......11 ceavtrocllaa. .......... leta al '.".ica. F... Paltlt. 4962131 IKSMKTOMM.ISTlallawlag: hone, .. SR.IOO Month.Inanclng .1 V or c...coded" u .Paulll.laulknrr'' -

,10.' .. (let' .1 ...teot.... .,.. .....t... ..... Htapkaa, 496-2829.Ray 8/4 tf/cag preferred. davweek ...... ,. ,from .. f* ..: (I rut.i9.O.o.O. /f. u/I..,
96
('or lurtker .In... raah ..... pkaaa 496.:2219.:..6/24. tl/thg..!!. alert Immedlalelv.aU 3,200. a IncQMS ts..orlsra' -6853ti
ttrl4KM7. for mlervlrwappointment .
( New ( : TanrnafXTf
addreeaedeavaupe. ,. R R INSURANCE Rlherd In.S. ,. Installation '" Irrne I aulknrr / ,:jh 141"/1 301 South
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tl/chg Ui 30MI Q
: B.. 8311.lit. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 2.5 Ac,.. with .. ":"-. xl SHJ
Kalerprleea. .. .,.". Agaacy F....... ,11e teak 1113 911 : "I'i. _KtarkeT3
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...... 32091. 1/26 2lpd 2/2 .7619.! Ph. 964-4)894) ar sad D..... Beak Building.Ph. ralverl. and water, ready Remodeling 1 "u..nI.. Hakken
964 tf/ck .
... 496.2101. Lake Bailer .. mobile home. Hampton ,,
.DIMNU. "ROOM "hilfii .. I ,... SR-323 ow... will uU' ttHfk j/nt' ttl4tada
10/11 tfchIII Repairs i
.!I.--.__,_. PIANOTUNING REPAIR,
kreme...I..k,. table with AUTOMOBILES .. 13.600. ... j krltlps I
i II matching chak-ei alee china I : Ml l: SIHIH till howIn Prompt Service - OCNSC-OMCXX 0iSC-OMQOE-Q vrnlnm: ..
cabinet with glaaa deerei. USED cnukr .l.'IHH> per mimlh. Anylima I. F. Deleao T....... burrancciPUMPS : !11II..5\144\

i 173. Alae.-Slegler. cb-calallng ,..'"1m.. rail IMII7Intpd Bill, R... Real EatataBreker .............. .. ... .... 1)1.INS DISC III NTM
....t.. with |Ill| 25 ..1. ....... ltrolll: ; :t1'l/7" Ooorga ARtHOI: SrNTXKKr :
1972 TOYOTA C.IIa.O. 1228 Blinding Slarfca' Olllca & SUPPLY
I: 173.1/26 Pkeae 96"-7724. llckg ....r. tap candklaa. 804'984-/1287' 9646162Evealnge I'V.V. 11M'' V. .;!o r WATERSBULLDOZING "

Mkh.Ua u.... AM/I-M. :
K2ROsEI: :! :: .:'ii"R.. Ph... 4751936. lukg 1/26 ... COMPANY IMI",56NI( (
I...... lOis n... with .Isrg.i.r. lip.. 7 d....a wrek..
I. .. ..... Unk. ('..te.t 1977--PONTIAC--! -----ASTRE--- HOUSES fOR SALE UNDER NEW 533.2210 864 N Temple Ave. HI IIIMV.' Mf: :I>S4.H Bulldozer Work

.:,...1 Janaa. Hampiiaa ('It,. Halckkack. ISflOO aiHaa. Slarke - -
I ...... 964-60SS.) llpd 1/26 AM/FM. PS AC. xcallaal: .... MANAGEMENTMobile ASSOCIATES Paneling '.1111 Large or Small: !

.. .. 473- Slave Slnmaae 9647061BRASEVGTbN I Strip Inaulatlen .211 Sl|.
; ..dl'Io.. 3000. Ph.
H'V FOR. SAlE:: ii'-, A 1/26 N.. ....... 3 bedraon. I Ev..9644881 2>4a 7) Land Pill, ,
I, sod ( .....1. l.7S/kala.. 2084 altar p.m. llpd 1/2 !bath .. ...., d.... labe Homes -- 2<3a .70;

...... R.P.H.II. ..73.3152.. 1973 MAZDA ilifcit;, 2'dear'; built .. Cryetal L... Harold Eppe !12 I" ..-. 12: 1/2 It. PondsWILBUR
l.dr HiS 473-4562. 1/26 (192 For Rent Fv: ... !IfIHIIlI
deck. AM/FM ,radla. Hemaalloa. Paymeala a I..... Held Pip. .Jilt.rlMSIIHta I
I :2ukg 2/2 tapa ...t". Raqub-emenla tapurchaee. Cadillac Oldsmobile ... - WATERS
new U,.., ....01... ihlft. 28npg.
: Hlt'R BI'HINI.SH'NKFDH: : I 800. Ph... 4133613. combined inc... : In Country Soles & Service :. 144.414.1 [[
; III-NSTANT ADMRI : .. *1 2.000 ,. $11,000. good REGISTER INrlMSHIIIniur RALPH
TISING: Magaalle ...... llckg 1/26 credit nan..home ...or. Call 20r3 Fine; Selection Of Used I I > earl W Madiaon, Si; St.,_.

(f prkilad bumper .trl,.. T. 1970 FORD LTD.: .i lull pawar. Affordable. H.... 473-3133 LP GAS Cars Taken On Bl li.lI (." Or 7111$92Floriland BRYAN

...Ir,.. ..01 .1... away .kaaii good aa ga.. 375, Call! 49*. altar 6 p... 1/26 llckc. Bedrooms Cadillac Trades ..rI... Start at alii.lltllvcrv Real Estate '

will ......'U.. for "... Pkaa. 2247. luhg. ._"- ___ 308 S. Thompson St.: tree ithln
I 174 MOBILE HOME. 24x63 2001 N.W. 378-5301 ,
INM-7612. i.,. 1128 county _
2S"' T\i -'1076- _..._.. 197 P Plymouth; v;" ;;iv.t. : 14.2 .. It. totally electric, CH/A. 3 Furnished Or 9645888SPACK GAINESVILLE rINAMIM.A. 2'17 N Trtmnlo. _... ..-

.Ph... 4733067; tar. I..,..- door ........ traai.. 85SO.laqulra BR 2 bath, eel 4M-3M4 IIKATKKS: : \ .%AII.ABI: Realty 964-8788
altar S .... 1/12 4tpd 2/2 UnfumishedPhone
.. 1/26 al 350 8.W.4lb 8t.I. 411.000' BTl'.a* 1129.32:\ - - -
I". prka. llpd 393: N. Temple Ave OFFICE
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: FIREWOOD 120 par. bud -- -"-- ------ 3 BEDROOM. I bath n.WHI) (lS 74.51: AIl HVKRIGrKTIIHS: : (Jill..: tt"4-77OOOI DAY SATURDAY

,..... .65 caata par ,.u.... 1976 TORINOs Two door daublawlde. aa I 3/4 ....... S Bill Austin :2I'(. as KaiiKr 197.05 .. .
..... 210. altar 4:30: .... 16jOOO .iI.., .....; mmatea. from ....10.. Pratedriaht SUN QYAPPTMENT

: .! AM/FM. PIS.8.. A/C. at (13.500. D....... ARluh. 9646114LET CASH A CARRY DOCK GEORGE ROBERTS.JK.tUg. 'F.NSTlSrAKKEOrlKK' '''''' '

PATIO COVERS 10m20 .., LOis. N... 83AM II... Reg.' Real Eetate H... Delivery Ol r Real Eatata R rakerPkeae : : lilt Mura-an itoud:1':t III

..... ... MakOa h..... P..t43.2733.! : .!tlkg! Broker. 372-2926. 1/21 2tchg. Cylinder' A Balk. G.. 984-7826 LillianC.NFMIOCATION. Pea ttOI SPAtE: I OK ltETIS0:: I _Iramf htimt in I .,.. N red.
2/2 on 301, Idrel far living. and imr Murk ICcaMinakl. alMliTlHI.
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MOBILE HOME : bu.. .... .
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1976. 22.000 .11... 13100. US MOVE YOU.. stanki.
1'..... 372.D767. 174 CONCORD. TRAILER; Lake. Bailer BRAMHOIFIfEI : - 20 4.... with. 2 BR ".u..,
Ale Cal 4882054altar ta oar park
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4420 N.W. 13lk S,.. C..... 5 If 2 BR. S ....... 200 aadeeaume .... .. .... SERVICE POLES '/ 301 NORTH .im Mobile 110..... eacellent ...d. llalaklng.. n... la.
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BANK RLPO.$971 GMC 9644)23) llpd. 1/29 7R23K06/ - 3' Ac,.. with 4 BR brink
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FOR SALE 22'a. F._... cad
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25'. ... as'.. sold atPafcaiar'a 0...... Baak Pkaaat' 4982101. .'iiH"ii"M'"i.rg.a. block ......,. .....-.p 3 BR. t Bath Black H... distance Irame. short walking' .... cl..laCommericial. .

Dlaaauat. H/tkg Tl/ckg 2 bathe. ..11. ..'../...... All for ..1, 2 BR frame ...... mceaalry CHaVA ..race,! 1/4 Pet la town. -WI- .
..:-! CIlIA ... garage, d'. .... (30/...'" ....... 200 AMP. .. 3 acrae. with 2. Mtg. 812.000.Fsrmi -irke : 'In cMy,
carpeta .
100lot) .. .
ITILITY BUILDINGS. Allahiaibiaai. ----- Call today well,. an liver) 400 .U. ..r..I....
Ill acre aft 301. 29900. 3 1ii.l1i.t'k brick. ...
prawlrad. ._, TOYOTA COROLLAi - -
74. OLIN'S MOBILE ;:
labial.light. ....U..... *g..u.taagwa 4 .,..., 51 MO aiUaa, ..... 1'... 9644771. Itpd 1/26 HOMES 3 BR. 2 bath block ..... .amSaralaga CH/A. 2 llreplecea.. barn llAMI'ro.county. I acre I. 100 .c..... ....,.,

... gfaava floor, body. ..r". MOO aad aaaaaia HOuSi"; 100 Meat H.I.",.. with 7 ...... I6I.OOO) 10 ..... Law dowa payment, .
d..I....... ... sot .,. ,.,...ta af .84/... GaadcoadlllaB LARGE: FRAME .,.. "..... - .. -' .c.... tTUOftn!!',!._ - ..... n...... ,
IOO 200 2
Fkiaacbi. ,. 'avalUkla.. .t. 48 Largo let Tow 10..... Iracla van BR. pertly .u..I..... : I I
aiackaalcaUy. L..t.,.13WO. R......... 9645406 .... SR Beaalllul larm ar home walking... dlalance., .lawa. 20 Accea"ta"BaUeVd. area. .
.aalka,, la 6O .baa.Saxaklaf8larka.M46020ar. .. ..... Juat.all 16
pay Pb. 984-8020. 1/11 2uk III... 3 and II
acre* -
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I 1/26 Carl Me"....'. P.O. Boa 45. paved Percent, .down.! .!! 20 Ac... an 444021. 1/12 U/... -- --
___ L..I.,. 3205$. 1/26 2lckg. THE WIFE _i.1 I CERAMIC STUDIO BR brIck. wkk 1 balk .intow. 10 ..... renrkttd la - -- -
BAHIA HAYi ''A....'.... 2/2 II 5cr,. with Mobil Silver Saada Lakat 1 BR
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(011.7/21 '"c". .... __ FURNISHED MOBILE 782-3225 plan!. 3 acren ......d., with !beaatUal, wIth adjelalag ,
.. ..:.dB Dialnoulor, BR.1 ketfc.leck.. ..... heSlarke BR '........d I.... nut "Id"; acreage available.Ready !
HOME 1 BRCHAwa.k.riscis.d.d For Duncan
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LOST AND FOUND ? Yen will Had. Ithi goad bay. Quality ....It.... Pain!.. Blip, Cuatom firing, Green Ware. Cl....* Large 4... Irame ...... '_''.100.v I lOb wIsh Dulldln... for baJIdlr. or

the Navy. T...... .. ... ....... 964-6542 aajtlme.. 'LR. lamily ream ea tea' flpaeleM. black. _.: 2buga mobile .....& 0.. acre lot

dtlag ,...... Warb. ee apace 1/19.2lckg!. ..1/26______ .c..., |last all 8R II. BR.Jacrel23JH)0.! f..... lot HIV 217'Cklckea loot all 301 Narlb. W..,
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T........ araa ..... 7, 413- great I.,.... Far merehilaraaallaa. CRANE SERViCEHeavy I.... .......aa laa ......,.,. Terma '..824500.: Reaaanable. lerma, Lletlage. Beaded ..,... ,

4097. lukg' 1/28 contact Chief. trader ... .....,...... 8 7 A..... aaraar 1009 hAWlEY -,- waiting.Farma. .

LOST Diaaiaad out ef ria(, Kelly.S72-4289. Or aea ma atBradford lOSS I13JOO.it aad. acreage. .large
*.. 's.- .... ---- 10 ...... ,. 48 acres, ideal .
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tteaatal .1... a...." .... ta 2 ,...| Thertday. 1 301. Aa_......... I33.SOO to.divide.! :... ... .....,any...... .la North
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Hand... Pbaaa 1644384. p.4.. S ,... 1/13 17Ukg Concrete Pouring All Types Erection 12 ....": sad; 3 BR CRho. 49 A.... pTanlad. -,.... 301 I 4 --944.7100's.ral.P.Od.- Fla.farm Partlcvlariy .... egg
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4/28 .., with family ream B ....... HMO: ...... bayar I
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All Types Of New Construction ....,.,. Fa BR, MH. RALPH BR VANM482O*
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J.THURSBYCONSTRICTION J. MARLOWE L. SMITH ELECTRIC CO. .Real. Eetala .r.... I apaa.1 1/2 ...... aa ....1..1.t -Andrew.- V.AVEIMt'G'LAS964.8593) -
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I:. We are fanners. As fanners, we are, We feel this is especially true in the ,'

without question, in sympathy with the critical area of exports. If Gold Kist were to ,:",
problems of farmers.We well know and curtail exporting peanut, poultry and soy 'i :;

have shared the economic losses fanners bean products, our growers could lose these ''',''': .: .".. (.
markets for all time.:For example .' :;,,1 '
have suffered. perhaps ',; : :: r 0
We know the figures, too. Since 1973 in 1973,when export of soybeans was ,.:: : ",;" '' :-.'" J'

net farm income is down $10,000,000,000a embargoed American farmers were em' 'o: ; o\!?!; ;;: ,
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staggering figure. Farmers continue to bittered, and rightfully so, as they saw theirforeign '
receive a smaller and smaller percentage of markets lost to soybean producers in '!;:>; :: k

the amount consumers spend for food. other countries.Thus,we strongly believe '::. ;:; \

The fact that food prices in.this country Gold Kist facilities must continue toi operate. .. -. :,;.:fif.: ,;:,:A_.
are still among t the: lowest in the worldis The farmer tra: torc des have given :<*:*,* \\"lO.t' : 0 :.

largely due to American farmers and their wide exposure to farm problems.The ::,, ::"

efficiency. At the same time, productioncosts American public is now keenly aware of '" ',.
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for farmers have soared far beyond any as are our elected officials. :

gains in farm income. Solutions are difficult and must be sought \

All these facts and problems we know by all of us. At best though, government ",* .

well. As directors of Gold Kist, elected by action can only bring temporary relief.: '.wAs :'

fanners, our job is to seek sound solutions to farmers and directors of Gold Kist, :i' ,\

farmer needs.That is our function. Accordingly we believe a more lasting answer lies in r. ::

on December 21 we held a called working together through farm ': ,

directors meeting to determine how Gold cooperatives., of':, ,.:\ ;::;.

Kist could best serve farmers in the face of In the Southeast no farm organization; ,-t,, ," .':.a' ":.,' :II".,. :
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the current economic dilemma. '''isasc.osetofanners3:5GoldKist.Farmers} : ..:: :

After a careful analysis, we concludedthat own it, buy through it, and market through ':';, i r; ,

it would not serve long range fanner it. And for 45 years Gold Kist has worked[;::.:" .: ; ;, : I
close Gold Kist facilities this farm income.We .'
interests to at consistently to improve ';-:;, ,'. .: ;
time. Gold Kist and its supply outlets, the fully intend to continue working for the ; \ ,/', Ii

Farmers Mutual Exchanges, are farmer ,i f farmer As your elected Gold Kist represent;:tt.. 'it : : ,

owned, operated, and patronized.We believe tatives,we pledge our every :,'::, ,:' .
need their effort the task of .'
that farmers continue to ; to improving : .r I ,.
own sources of supply and facilities for $!'the economic condition of all *mat r>**j "m -..,*"(" ." -.;\l,' ,.: ,
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THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS,GOLD KlSl'INC'l'' :': :',;,',.-', 'j ",";;('.:'

'. Wallace Bush, Montgomery Co., Ala.: ,Fred K. Norris, Orange urg Co.;; .q.Q; '"::t ;*

E.O. Cabaniss,Jr., Oglethorpe Co., Ga. LIthilOgletreeJr., Spalding Co., Ga. ',,:... !:,'.I," ,, !!:'
T.J. Fletcher,Jr., Suwannee Co., Fla. Co., Ariz. 'r" ., .,:', .'
D.C. Herlong, Edgefield Co., S.C. y:WP.Sm.ithJr: ., Calhoun Co., Ga. '.: .:'.<1W.' '. '1J'*ti t "?, '

r Floyd L. King, Caddo Co., Okla:' ':.;.: JackR., Tanner, Jefferson Co., Ala. ':'<,'- r.r :,::.

I J. Edward King, Whitfield. Co.,:Ga.Jhar;; :: es'C', Co., Ga\r.rr,..;._" "'1" IIofl",-.,,,:':"" ;. ,':.. '";,,., o", ."._$(.....;0..;"

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