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

Senior citizens confronted tors Senators Kenneth' ....

"Buddy" MacKay D-Ocala, Sheri "Pete" SklMer..D-Lake 2Si
City and Rep. Frank Williams D-Keystone Heights with i.

Local Legislators .problems Monday Jan30.of the elderly in the annual legislative hearing' /J'i

About 40 citizens met with the legislators In the Bradford II, 'to Iii Hep. Frank
County Courthouse for almost two hours presenting issues deal. b {William. KWtr SrnutomItinlilv
ing with senior citizens inequities In school funding Indigent ? MacCay unit Pctr
Favor RetentionOf patient care bills sent to the county commission, and parents of ga skinner' litm to llrudfiirtlHIIII '.
retarded children being overcharged for institutional care. 11 < < > rrsltleiil ut UKllrurlitg -

Joe Kerrigan spokesman for action necessary to make I hr txlalhe Mimriii.t.

the senior citizens presented school buses available for' Joel Sleinbrrg.. executive director of Bradford Union Association of Retarded Citizens '
Cabinet SystemAll the problem of increasing community transportation for' tells legislators funding problems. ::,
taxes. Responding to the tax the elderly. School super ", )
question MacKay said he was intendent Tom Casey said he w' ''f
three state legislatorswho system by redefining duties of an advocate of full state takewas in favor of such a plan .1
represent Bradford the cabinet members. over of public school funding since the school buses belong RECORD :

County say they favor reten MacKay also said he thinks with a prohibition of using to the people of Bradford .' .
of the elective and should be avail-
tion present there are some smart politicians propery taxes for schools. He County
state cabinet system, they told on the state Constitutional said; this would benefit reable when not In use of a 1sis iiWiiipsMi aWiiisssssiiBSss ." i ,t '
.members of the Democratic Revision Commissionwho tirees and those on a fixed transporting children. :
Executive: Committee and know the voters won't buy Income. He added though, he Casey told the legislators Thermometer Registers 5 Straight Mornings In 20( % At BlanclingFive I
guests Monday. total abolishment of the cabinet thought nothing was going to the present cost of living

Sen! Kenneth "Buddy" system. MacKay believs a happen with the Idea anytime formula in school funding U consecutive mornings! rains that started around 7 are being held dormant mid und then gel wt 1 buck I>.V a
MacKay. D-Ocala Sen. minior revision of the cabinet soon "because at the state "grossly unfair' because the of freeing: temperatures in a m. Wednesday and con ..trawberrlell are bloomleas Irtoe e. I'lants fare better il
Sherill "Pete" Skinner D- such as eliminating three of level they would have to figure cost of living formula is a the 20's set a record for this tinued through the morning. although plants!! are In goixl they Slav liirmiint without
l Lake City, and Rep. Frank the seven positions might out where the money Is "gimmick" to keep the poor, winter's' prolonged cold Wednesday morning low condition Taylor said living Hul>.|i'ctc Williams. D-Starke talked have passed the voters. The coming from" to replace poor Bradford schools receive loca lly, as other -of the temperature recorded at damage to ornamentals, at! \ the: cold, (hv said.Fourdul"forecast .
Constitutional Revision Commission taxes now going to only 92 percent of state'education parts well farm l is less;
with' constituents and answered property national continued to stagger Blandlng was :35. ax crops .
CRC) voted 23-15 last funds Its school year; other under steady cold I by the ,
( severe
, for 111' hours Monday under knockout blow from County Agent Bobby Taylor
counties more than 100 .Fluric a. FarcKt Service" : waslix
Other get this winter's "The
to totally abolish the problems presented such an
j at a coffee sponsored bv the week blizzard, snow find ice' reported some damage to
(I I Democratic Executive Cornel Cabinet but that Issue must be by Kerrigan Bill Cosgrove percent. storms. winter greens from: the cold worst damage Is done whwj 1'XI.Slhtll| ) ruin Thursday
before the of the and Vernon Olin were exCasey said the legislation have Intermittent periodswhen mid early Friihiy. funmvvd htulv >
voters '
;: mittee which turned into placed wen standing water in we .
of as
Th-iwinter.! as '\ lolrii'f lull
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automobile should consider the assessed cold and ." .
cessive cost-for and ,
luntaminu a 01 hot. .
(I ( and answer fields after January "
a question Rep 'tedlllnhtslrfavcsi value'In prevfs' prei111 1tt'd: ae4tot so nome :VWirw! ll i, 9 tar' '
,. "K"" ; *t.i t.bc..Gi'dcn.; .. WIlliams'aId repairs and high insurance propery computing ,. 'lr r. lOdikt.oulsnrtgptr!!. rnn'IIr1 l. ..' uj'ylht"no.
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Itestautinntprkwtoto tnmri'. '' ;ia. .tectlW:.liprYMlanariJdaeKay' *''Mid"4alMrtim< > county.+.aMUoen4fore"ot. He said ,tiradlo'''ch.*/"',=.-.tI1lnPli. Uf year Upset.+ 'eeemwdt the ;Ui5, } ..J' "{" .. --' tij., ..
legislative hearing. cabinet system, pointing out guaranteed" legislature
that lit other states have will be back at that Issue County residents paying 6.3 forecasters.
Sen. Skinner was first to adopted a cabinet system again this year. He called the mills on property assessed at f::"The latest cod* wave set in Wine Tasting Ceremony
of market value is. Jan 27, with an early
Mate his position on the similar to the one In Florida's Issue an "Incredibly complex 94 percent Friday
... Cabinet system after Sheriff 1868 Constitution. problem" and said special Interest greater tax effort than other follow) low of 29 degrees.
Dolph Reddish asked the three Abolishing the cabinet groups opposing counties taxed at 8 mills on 70 by lows of 28 on
legislators to state their would put more into the changes. are very power fuH percent of market value. Saturday 24 Sunday, 24
positions: hands of a few Rep.power Williams Joel Steinberg executive Monday. and 25 Tuesday at Highlights C of C. Dinner )
Sen. Skinner said prop- MacKay said the legislature director of the Bradford Union the Camp Blanding weather

porxTits of the move to kill the said.When Democratic Executive will also be following up on Association of Retarded station.

( 'ubinet speak of greater Committee Guy An- community care for the Citizens told the delegation Tuesday' low wasreached The 31st annual Starke- seminar I IH.iiniitiil i fxpl.iineil' I hill t 1 HIM'
efficiency under. a strong' drews raised the question of 'elderly. Subsidizing care at that some parents with shortly' after midnight. Bradford County Chamber of ,According In K:cifuli\' nuts) lirM IIH. .it' its ','",Inr.
/ "The system we home for the elderly tends to children in Sunland were followed by a warming trend Vice-President \\ illi.niiMlaon. .
governor.( indicated state officials Sen. Commerce Banquet was off to then ""11'11. tin1' I hn.illy. dip. I he
: hove although not hold the family together, said being asked to pay more than which brought the mercury up the ciiUTliiiiimrnl..
; r te-f now. per MacKay said he believes the a little different start Saturday \ vi me !sipping' vooaisls<> i t olKwishinK
: feet gives people a chance to indictment point to the MacKay. they could afford for the Institutional to 411) degrees at'7 a.m. The evening ait the members committee decided "llus Is n I Ilie hll.| ul drmiixl in \.
vote" Skinner said. strength of the system not its He added he had a "great training of their rise! continued into the 5o'slater participated in wine-tasting pretty alcoholic county. Ict'ngive ( the ruuutht IIH. il >IKIeie' .

Sen MacKay stated he. weakness. deal of hope" this year for children. Tuesday preceding. t these' people some a me.Hut. gargling! !, said Diamondml'

favors an elect lye cabinet but according to I'ippv SO I fix1' IIICIlllllTH Ulllgl. l|
I might approach the problems Diamond who gave t the Kwishinx, wine inouml ut'" their
cl'> Improving the cabinet seminar, "The amount of \\ineouw inniilhM.. .getting lhi> tcel nl it
Shuford-Elected ChairmanIn >' ill taste tonight will in 1111 mi their let"'h. nt illrcttctl l lDi.iinmul I/>
George 678 \v\uv make. jot* drunk. /
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.ct Diamond. one or l :aft vine I 11l4lil1l11 woicN. for|he t w 1111'1.I"h..1t >
OIl"" m tasters recogni/pd l h>' nil \\C'I'(' "flitislyurnsell

.,' .. gcm-rnmenls. (old I heitiKlience II y jiilik,'II 1'.1\\. me u ilh hh..
,'-'\'.:',i.,' Of Board hiit I wine hall drink it. \i t\\ol.islcliiHls'' urn
.. .:.100 Reorganization Hospital become the "in thing Ho alike; drink the wine > 1 .!":-.1 said that through the years like," .
j ;:. that he. wan involved with
) 72 After t hl'I intO wax lusted':
day or percent
George Shuford the only re- patients per Helling wine his title has progressed the memlTn ule the roast
veteran of the Brad- occupancy. from "w mo" to"w Inc
maining hccf buffet dinner ural
lie said that for the last
ford County Hospital Board man" to "Connoisseur" to
1 hospital income was with) the uctivitios
was elected chairman quarter -Kxpert..: Stepping dawn from his!
: below what was anticipated
Frldaj. l Feb.3 Thursday. Jan. 26 after the $127.241 in the budget and The wine sampled by the position. UH! president the
of credentials by t'T Chamber members wasFrench
presentation chamber. John Bradley.. Jr.
$59. 218 below
HMMmiMINOHSNKKDKIJ! new trustees MrsR.A.\ r expenses wine because! the said il had been a pleasure to P
: : ; Green. and Curtis Sanders. 1 r budgetWe" are going to survive, French have had 1.5(10( ) ,cars: work with the ('homberstaff
Ch' iUn Bloodmobile said Diamond.
experience lie closed his short speech by
Shuford said he had enjoyed but we will have to watch
('ha mlJcor of('omB.erce"a.m..p. by Garden
It was inR. "the of
.. working with the outgoing every penny and watch it sa> people
Liquors.Demonstrating Uradford I County really'' take
trustee secretary Inez Green closer Edmondson said.
the correct "
and chairman William Mrs. Green requested a care of their own. _
Sunday. t'eb. SBl'llrad Y1 x method to taste wine..
Dampier. whose terms breakdown of employee Lillian Pearson I called it "a
expired Dec. 31. 1 salaries.In privilege and an honor" to
Start t
"1 look forward to working 4 other business the board BloodmobileHere take the position as president.She .
4 p.m.Monday with the new members. I look authorized Edmondson to go remarked that, when first
forward to marching on. not as high as $50 In emergency asked to serve she refused
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backwards. There are thingsto situations to obtain a stand-by Friday;. saying there must be> more
be done," said Shuford."It anesthetist. Edmondson told qualified persons to take the
Klks&KlktttetSlarke; lodge: 1802 has been a pleasure and the board the medical staff Donors Sought job. But. having previously

... Dinner opportunity to serve and to bea # had requested that anesthetist served seven years as
p.m. part of a working board \ Ron Douglas' contract be To help prevent''' a possible secretary of the Chamber she
Meetings p.m. make him said "I. know little about it
serving the entire populationof amended to shortage of blood In this area, a ,
Lawiey Council Bradford County." said responsible for getting a the Bloodmobile from the but I will need help.:?

7 p.m.Tuesday Dampier. He praised Mrs. stand.by anesthetist rather Clvitan Blood Center in Jess Wolbert chosen to give .
Inez Green as an outstanding than the hospital.The Gainesville will be at the this year's awards because
"'eb.1 member of the board for 20 medical staff Chamber of Commerce office "he had made all the enemieshe
years giving direction and recommended Douglas'contract In Starke from 9 a m. to 4 p.m. could." presented all three.
Preschool Story time continuity to the board and be amended to tomorrow (Friday Feb. 3)) For his service to youth as a
B.C.Public Library offering insight and foresight."It Include $1,200 to cover two All local organizations and scoutmaster trainer six-year
weekends each month and two clubs are urged to invite their member of the and
lOa.m, has been a pleasure to PTA
weeks vacation. The present members to donate blood at
the honorary member of the
work board
to on we
me contract allows $950 the $25 a and
this time every eligible
Pancake Supper have had good times and bad Rotary Club David
St. Marks times and we have come Newly sealed Bradford County Hospital Trustee. Curtis Sanders and Mrs.'R.A. Green with day stand-by fee. citizen in the county is urgedto Montgomery received, the
5:30:; -7M:: p.m.. through it. I am not sad about chairman George.Shuford. Although Shuford suggesteda take advantage of this award.
new contract be drawn up opportunity to insure the blood
Andrews received the
I have
leaving. good feelings
IlamploCouncil about my time here" Mrs. business obligations and disagreement crease to the minimum wage ees it would cost about $50.000 Welty advised the board It was needs of himself or herself, as award for service to the community ,
Green said. with naming two for 38 hospital employees. per year more to the hospital. board decision to make well as members of their saying that Bradford \\t \
Starke Council In the selection of a vice- member of the same familyto Administrator Dick Edmond- Douglas an employee of the family The donation of one County "'is a part of me." 1" '"
A financial presentedto hospital and it was best for the of blood makes the entire il
7 p.m.. chairman to replace Charney the board son said although the hospital report pint ('harley..E.. Johns was appointed
the new board members hospital to have the responsibility family eligible for blood
Williams whose resignation is exempt a raise tor those "Man of the Year" for
Sanders is ao .-In-Iaw to showed the total cash assets of for getting standby the under the
.BrOClkerCouncU was effective Jan. 19. It took Mrs. R.A. Green. making lower than the new during year his life-time service to the i
7:30p.m.Tburtclay. effective Jan. 1 has the hospital at $56.241. coverage. Blood Assurance Program. 'Johns served
four ballots to break. .twotwotie $2 65 wage community.:: In ,:
between Sanders, 'and Mrs. Green was elected to be considered to be competitive breakdown gave 50.000 in "I 1 can't see going back and Anyone between the ages of .the House of Representatives, "
'In "athreetCH certificates of deposit. $1,067 rehashing. It took a lot of timeto 14 and 69 eligible to donate if \
Feb.t trustee Dan Willimas. After secretary-treasurer with other area the Senate and finally as VI
the third tie Sanders >nII vote. She asked if hospitals.It in savings accounts. 15.106 in settle the contract said not suffering with a cold flu, acting governor of Florida.He to...
i BC Library Trustees, suggested another written a secretary could be hired to the operating account. $20 in Welty referring to months of or certain other diseases. An was Instrumental in beginning
$: P'as'. ballot to resolve the situation take the board minutes. Board ,general fund and $48 in the negotiations last year with the examination Is given ball the interstate highway system
.. and William' was selected. attorney Richard Welty said had been figured it would payroll account. board. prospective donors and the, In Florida and paved .many
Shuford postponed there was a $50 a month cost the hospital 12.398 yearly Edmondson presented his Edmondson said' generally entire process; including a roads in Bradford County
Ulljr (Community committee assignments until compensation for that posit lorf to bring employees. such as financial report and reportedthe there is no trouble getting rest period afterward requires Said Johns. "We paved
dank Gov. Reubin Askew names a and 'Mrs. Green could hire housekeeping aides nurses patient load had continuedto someone the only trouble had ) only about 30 minutes cow path." x'i e',1I1t
for Williams fora ''someone with that money aides up to the minimum. It drop in December to 52 percent been over the Christmas Anyone wishing to make a '
replacement full board. Williams without the necessity of board had been roughly figured If a down two percent from weekend. special appointment obtain "I have:alwayt" loved my"
.._to x.rr_tar letter to the action. 30 cent an hour raise was November. Edmondson said The next regular board) additional Information about community,. he Mid,"1 don t
Te"W resignation Postponed until full board applied equally across the January had shown some meeting Is set for Thursday the Bloodmobile may Jal1964. think\ I deserve this award butt
'r_..OM._...Ctrp.. governor the board.was acknowledgedby He had cited .to seated was action on a in- board to all the other employ improvement to a normal :37 Feb 23. 5278. want to thank you."

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Miss Richardson I Junior Clubs 1 nsr't" ,{ :i y l { .

p.I :.. Vincent Haight To Sponsor P7 SPccialQtaJyi ffide"r !" fTlte Jf j !

, 195O's Dance
To Wed Feb.4Mr. T

'fh Sod.' eiiior 964- 7408
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and Mn. William C Saturday Feb. 11, at 8 p.m. ,
Taylor at Alachua and Leo H. will be a great time to step .
Richardson ol Jacksonville back Into the past as the t
announce the engagement and members of the Junior TomlinsoniHave Mr., Mrs. George M
approaching marriage of their Woman's Club of Starke will j 1i
w daughter Phyllis Denise be sponsoring a 1950's House Warming Honored At i t
Richardson to Vincent Wayne Valentine's Dance.
Haight. son of Mr and Mrs J.i .
Robert P. Haight of Admission will be $1 per Saturday Night Buffet Dinner

Gainesville.The person and refreshments will
wedding la planned for P be available. Mr. and {) Mrs. Ronnie William George. who has
Saturday Feb. 4. at Bayless I There will be a dance Tomlinson were honored at a been minister of music at the
Highway Baptist Church at contest and also a contest for 'house ,warming'\ Saturday rl First Baptist Church for the
7:30: p.m. the best l 50's costume. The evening at their 'new home past 12 years was honored at
J' All friends and relatives are Juniors hope to see you all 'Just off US-301. North. a covered dish dinner
invited to attend. there. j Hostesses forthe affair Tuesday. Jan. 24 In
I Phyllis Richardson The executive board of the? .
were Mrs. Sam"Pugh. Mrs. Fellowship Hall given by the
'.' club will meet Monday Feb. Karl; Muse, Mrs. Gary Osteen Music Council adult choir ,
Williams Owens
I : Sharon Billy 0, at 7:30: p.m. at the? home of Mrs. Lea ton Morgan HI and members and their husbandsand .r
Mrs. Sharon W Hyres. 515 N. Mrs. Warren CaI'Vl'r.Approximately wives.
:. To Wed Feb. 10 St. Clair Street executive :90 guests The buffet table was yflr
board members are urged! to called between the appointed covered with a red linen and ,
Mr. and Mrs. James A. from Bradford High School in attend. Refreshments will be hours. 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. lace cloth: and centered with a ti
Williams of Hampton served. lovely! arrangement of red and
announce the engagement and 1975.The wedding will lake place The regular February DOILIBKELL1tIIOUSEWAILMING white carnations. The dining
approaching marriage of their Feb. 10 at Hampton Baptist meeting will be held Monday Karen .Crawford tables were centered with Lr I

W' duughter. Sharon to Billy Church. Feb 13. at 7:30: p.m. at the Mrs. Doris Kelly will be Ricky Moorhoiur' many varieties of camellias. .
Wayne Owens of Winchester club house. honored at a houSewarming Karen Crawford After dinner the choir
t Tenn. All friends and relatives are Feb., to 5 presented Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday. 12/rom,. 2 5 Generations GatherFive
\ Miss Williams graduated Invited to attend CLUB RESULTS p.m. at her new home In Ricky MoorhousEngagement George with a "money tree.
a Norfolk Island Pine
, Mrs. Lex Green and CecellaTerwlllegar' Brooker >. r> decorated with monetary gifts generations of the Clyde llrrsey family gathered
were the winning Hostesses .-ereuJMrs.\ Iva Told from each choir member. Sunday. Jan. 22. at the Theressa Community tloune.Shown .
at Duplicate Bridge Douglas, Mrs. Paul Edwards
Tuesday night. Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mildred Green, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. Several young men (I-r. are: David Brannrn.. Jr. and his son liuMBranncn.
second Zedra Hamilton. Mrs Cephus entertained the group with HI of Worthington Springs! ; his mother Margaret
Jim Minesmger!! were Crawford Jr. of Lawtey
[ vocal numbers then the entire Sowell of Brooker her father Clyde llrrsey of Markr; Slat his
and Eva Mathewson and Jeff Hurrell and Mrs Cecil announce the engagement of :
"We do more Wrenshall were third. Melvin.All their daughter Karen Ann. to group enjoyed a songfest. mother, Malanar llersey of TherMRa.'
friends and relatives are lUcky Moorhous son of Mr. enjoyed Approximately! the 70 occasion friends About 50 people enjoyed the food and get together ".,'

than fill I invited I to attend. and Mrs. Richard Moorhous. including former choir t,! :
St. of Gainesville.
b W { 1"" ,1 f Miss Crawford is a 1976 Katheryn members: Peek.Mike King PaulFaulkner Local Students Chosen .

i'f forms. We can H P graduate of Bradford High Linda Thomas and To Tour With
o x wif\ School National where she Junior participatedIn Honor Don. and Esther Hardy. FSC Bund

Society Pep Club. Civlnettes LAKELANDTodd Gulf Coast cities, including St.
help save
you money and Who's Who Among High
Petersburg Venice Naples.
KITCHENCABINETS School Students. Schmidt the son of Mr. and

People don't come to f H&R Block: just t to have graduate Mr. Moorhous of Gainesville Is a 1973 ;W yruxsoa/ .. has Mrs.been John chosen Schmidt.to tour Starke.with Springs.Clearwater.The five-and
their tax forms filled out. They, come because High Mr. and Mrs. Earnest the Florida Southern College begin on Feb. 8.

Block can help them save money. We dig fur School.July 14 wedding I Is Conner of Keystone Heightswere Concert Band next month. Schmidt is a freshman lit
every honest deduction and credit. That'sReason planned held at Evergreen Sunday visitors of Mr. This will be the band's eighth Florida Southern a private

No. 1 why I 11& R Block should do your BATHROOM Baptist Church In Lawtey. and Mn. W.L. Thomas.Mr. annual concerts tour In and several will Florida include college coeducational of 1,600 students.liberal I 'arts

taxes. VANITIES'a and Mrs. B.J. Eggers{ '
7. and Joe Sapp made a business I

H&R BLOCKTHE I I J1j..K-... trip Wednesday.to DeBarry last IIlydonald e ; I

Rev. and Mrs. Thomas A. Mrs. J.C. Vining of Patolku
.L 1 Steele and family of State Misses Jean Mundy and Local admittances to was Tuesday overnight guestof
:2 Convenient, Area Office, -:;.-..-....-: Farm are moving to Tampathis Sharon Sofford of Tallahasseewill Bradford Countv Hosoital this Mrs. L.D. Vining.
Stark Fla Keystone Heights Come See Us weekend.Mrs. spend the weekend at the ,week Include: from Starke-
.J' Mundy cottage at Kingsley Glen Moore Mrs. Elizabeth Ron Thomas of Lake Butler
118 N Walnut St 2 Doors Down From Andrews For Your Cabinet Need''s \ Jack Carter and son. Lake. Cruce. Miss Joy Bell C.N. spent the weekend with his!

9446286 4/32215' Jay of Atlanta spent the Christy Mrs. Bessie grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
weekend with her parents and Mrs. Mickey McCrary Mrs. ElizabethUnderhili W.L. Thomas. '
Our Offices, Are Open 9.9 Weekdays, 9.5 Sal' Sun VAUGHN J (IHNSON CO. Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loudon. Dansby Capt. and daughter of ,, Mrs. Joy Cowling

Gainesville were Sunday Raiford Brannen Mrs. Mrs. Olive Ryder of
Appointments Available 140 S. Thompson St. Comer Of SR. 100 Kick and Clydie Jackson dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Margie Grlffis Ronald Gainesville was Saturday
Open Tonight seniors at Flagler College K.O. Dansby. Andrews. Miss Patricia visitor of Mrs. J.E. Wilson.
964-5711 Open !iat. 9-3 Starke Fla.. were on the Dean's list the Goodman and Mrs. Virue
past semester. Todd: from Raiford-Miss Friends of' Miss Madge

Ramona Sweat, Mrs. Margie ,Middleton will be happy to
Reddish and Travis Rogers: hear she was moved Mondayto
from Graham-Mrs. Etta
at Riverside
a private room
Dyal: from Lawtey-Randall Hospital after being inNhteu4

I /I'J ..J'.J.i'-i, -f".1: -t' I r" .., MOMS ,.a.n* F r nkliii" Bennett.? l!v",, Wo Week. i
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Mrs, 1Jaze 7 "J of ';' D.C. Holt 'Sr."
bluilu LtCafnesville '.ndfiMrs;:/ Lois I v'
returned MondaY".t'rtt''t! two
&fa !> G&tr m a g fAmS Pope of Norfolk Va. were weeks in Riverside Hospital

... -visiting friends here Tuesday. following a heart attack. '" l

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tIt If r.d>..l tuiid. .old dud trriiritittpurch,.*under.*r.m..nt to,...U too
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rrpr.t0nt>nq bank primrl 2FI
IL II 1 1} N.m wt.nuwmd.,0.r,. th.n bunk iirtntitirt I"5 f :t. 30
3 11. ,Invi.ttinimt4 MI uncoiitohtfattd%ub.id..(iot and attociorvd CdmpaniM won.N .
: r Cu.luitM 1"t. If Ottivi' a.t..|. 910
It, lot Al ASH If Mum ut...."through 1 ISI ::;. InnLlA.'L''I'

If Dvinonrt. dio.if.ut utijiv.tf. ualt.. partnt f thipt.and corporal ton* 0700I.
I IO Tun..dia.nNo. a.....,.ut individual, ", partnorthipt. corporation 7411
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;o Ui'Botil.fttftt.t.ft.ndpohtic.l.ubdivitiontII UIJ
t 7 Piece ) Dvp..tittottot.i..iia.ovornin.nU4MdotticiolintlitutiontII None
a II 0.'poi.tl d Comma rai bonNl None
Cvrtitiod and atlicorr chvcht 7tI47JI
Wesfetn Style/ Group.NUIllGATAKLi... 14 TOTAL O"'OSII II.unmliltmHr. .h.vO"U>
a total .m..d. ......... 4111Ieif4
... Told/unr' end.vmvl........ '
\ li Fvdorol lundkpurcn..*d and ttcurilivold' undtr..,.. "toropuichoto Nono

11 Othor ......".... far bariowtd montvr Non.
--.'_ .' VA LUII I > .Murt.. None
19 Actep/aliC.l.n44N. .vor for Account. iii.*ban and oufitondme, ; Non.
1* OIKir liAbililit, t07: I
10 fur AL tlABlLI' ills I.111NmC. i.bord.n.i.d n...t 4ndd.bonturotIt 170t4None
All 7Pieces Iubuidin4lrdnotv*.ndd..*ntur**

Solid Pine Sofa With Matching Rocker Arm Chair CAPITAL '
: it Pr......d..c. a No ttiAiviountondine Nave 'M. I for vAluol' None.
11. Common tlocli N.. .h.... Autnoiiltd, "000o
> N.Oha.ovtttondme txooe. (IP orxluol' Me I
And Ottoman End Tables And Coffee Table $499 14 turplulII 1)40
Undi..d.d profit 41*
1ft ..*.,....cenhn..ncwl 4itdothor pedal,...,... 47
Here 4 a ruggedly handsome group Ihel. |just greet (or everyday living. The unique wood trim and imertiwrap- 17 TOTAC'OUITr C..II..L..m.U..v.20'. l 1174PJOUITT
around betted arm treatment' will bring you compliments from 'Mend and family for yon lo come. Th. "Weitem" e.., BUDGET TERMS I.II.,on TOTAL*III 1 LIACILITISI' AND lOUItT CAPITAL I luln0Hlernl 10. 'If 171MIMOKANOA
Influence In styling' combined with 'the sturdy 1V Pine corMtruclion end ,the durable vinyl end conlriellne Hereulen' ',, 4
eovNingmake 'this setanunbealblevalue.' eeauty..OustllyComfort' Dureblllly') or ii .

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e t>odor4l fond Mid And l0halhn pxrclwwd under a.er.SM.NN to roulllcorr4piMdloitomo
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T.mo dopoit. ot SI"._or moro I corropo id.to"MomerondA 'items 14 plus'
IkMlovl 1140
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1 t 'odorol Ivnd purckAMO And *acunlio* MM. wiser roomomnto
r.'_C".%.I corrotpond*fo ilom IS obavol None
e OthortiabitittoBlor. korrowpdikonovlcorr4pond.loilomM4kowo> None
1. If4nd0y tenor *4 Credit oitnioridiiie Ir I. Tim4 .._,.o e< ....._ or man '*5 of cal dofol
4 Ttmoc4rfiticAto.oldopotif indonomiiiAfi4nollioof04eerffioro 1719e
Otlimlimt>dop..rtMi4mowiltofil40ooermoro' 1MI

/. Hut s.' JeM*. Vice reMeM. And CAthier of the.oeoveeemod -
_II do eeternnty oINrrn Itiot Mil* report ol condition it
1 P true end correct the keil..ray knewlode. one........
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'Correct. Attnti ,

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: .... Tomllpooni .,,-.
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S.L. feoe Jr. director
".;" 434 W. Call St .w.".. W. W''_. .dlroctor. .
Store of oilertee.. County e> .,....... aid' i ', i t i

,; Starke Florida Phone 964-15827 loiere te tot eeeMrleed I ketore ... *1. 19rk Car ef'jefwoirtv I TItro. .
and) I Hereey certify mo I I.m.sl An officer or director etkn < '
) een*.
My commiMiep) ..poe ,... M. ISM Shirley M. (,__.
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___ Feb.'.1978 TELEGRAPH

: M:M. McRae's Visit Daughter, Family Iran.: : : I

Just returning Imam>> sot! :oun try that bail rich. me CII pllal'of.Pers6t'durtngthe
r weeks visit to Ahwax Iran to Prices in staff slqras are tays. of DariusXerxerti' and
1A see their daughter, .on-Indaw wry high, said Mrs."McRae __" TOrned ....id
and grandchildren, Mr. and and the many nationalities destroyed In 33 BC >10>\
Mrs. M.M. McRae of Start working for the oil companiesshop Alexander. Another 1'1,1\1 '
are becoming readjusted to In the bataars. Ixtakhan mar on thoseruins m
Florida living. The McRae's found all the 300 AD. The excavations show
The second visit for Mrs. people they came In contact Vast stairways columns,
f McRae this trip was a 32nd with very friendly and portals 'ami" sculptured
anniversary lift to each other hospitable.Many people speak figures, said !Mrs. McHac
The night U a 21-hour trip English as well as Persian. They also visited Daniels
TitJ'f & from Miami to London to> the! country la divided into Tomb. Roman bridges built
Abadan, Iran'almost on the T+any dialects and various by Alexander still .in11IO..
Iran border. dress, although many women Shiraz, the land, of poets and
The last part of the trip''UAhwa still wear veils.The religion of nightingales There was an
*, about SO miles from: the country Is Muslim and earthquake 250 mile away
the airport Is another three some men take more than one and the area was without
hours over a variety of roads, wife water while they were there.A .
some paved to Just dirt While visiting. the McRae's medication nurse at Union
The McRae's visited their saw Persian rugs being made General, lIospUal.In.! .
daughter, the former and visited many places of Mcllae has added Iranian
s Tryphenla McRae and her Interest. They visited the mementos ,of brass, Ivory.
husband, Abdol Allvandl; excavation at Persepolis of bone, intricate mosaic frames
grandson,five-year-old the palace of King Darius to items collected In Germany
Besjon. and granddaughter. begun in 914 BC The palace, France and Japan.
two-year-old Laila.
II A native of Iran,Abdol an -
Mrs. Mabel Thomson, fourth from the left top raw, will narrate costumes and customs of engineer with an American oil Mrs.M.M. (Allegrs), McRae shows a brass samovar, one of Dwight SlatersFood -
foreign countries Feb.I at the Woman's Club meeting.Shown above are some of the costumes that company and Tryphenia several brut mementos collected asa recent trip to Iran.
'.;, will be shown. teaches In an American The McRae's visited their d.Ulhler.nd her family In Ahwas, & Seat
t school. Iran..for six weeks .
Woman's Club of StarkeTo The Allvandi's met while Open U.S. 301 S
both were attending Santa Fe Community College. Abdol bedroom, three bath home 7 A.M. 12 P.M. A Walnut, St
received his degree from the they rent for $900 a month..A
Have Internal'1 1 Fashion ShowThe University of South Florida. home that would be considered
SJIo.JC.ow/ .. Usually a stay in Iran .Is three average In Bradford 3 01*. DIXIE! LUBE! EXTRA LARGE"'" "
Woman'sClub of Starke the program, adding some Jewelry displayed will be from year, but the Allvandi's have County would sell for $3 MOTOR OIL 't"
will have an International interesting things about each ;Japan) Mexico 'Jaimaca, Bernie Collins, formerly of extended an extra year to 1979 million in Iran.Although ?... 34 on."eM- Eros 59ot f?
Fashion Show at the luncheon. country she visited and Hawaii, Taiwan, China, Starke and presently of since they are expecting a salaries for an oil Plus TMBOROEN .
meeting Wednesday, Feb. 8, acquired the costumes and Russia and Germany. Bo ton.Mass. was visiting his third Mrs.child this July company In Iran are high, I
at 12:15: p.m.at the club house. will speak of some of the mother, Mrs. Gladys V. McRae said she may living expensive. '
return to Iran Mrs. McRae said S RED WHITE! 4 BLUE r
The International. when the baby economy .
Affairs customs. The club house will Hostesses with Mrs. Collins during the Christmas '. due
car sells for
Jennings Department, chairman under Mrs., L.H.will collection be decorated of Internationaldolls with her Jennings Nasworthy will, be Mrs.Mrs. C.H.J.D. son holidays.of the Bernie late Brady Is also Collins the Germany may go either although for the to birth.England Tryphenia or $5,000 Gasoline would that sold be for ,33 double.centsa MILK t 1 SS BEER .. 1'19'

present Mrs. Mabel Thomsonand flags and rugs. Four Seymour Mrs Guy Sale, Mrs. and Is currently employed asa The McRae's with gallon two years ago Is now ,,. H k
ladles from Park Of The door O.A. Wiggins. Mrs. M.A. Research Assistant and stayed 31 a PH N Boni I
attractive' from
Palms who will feature 18 prizes the Alivandi's in their four 37 cents a gallon, high for a .
other countries will be given Baldwin. Mrs. J.H. DuPre, Laboratory Supervision in the
beautiful colorful costumes away. Special music will be Mrs. R.A. Green, St.. Mrs. Department of Pathology at ..,.... .
from ditlerent countries. provided by Sally McDonald.The 'A.V Covington and Dr. the Massachusetts General [ Income\Tax Returns '"
Mrs. Thomson will narrate Flossie Jennings Three
costumes and native Hospital. by Bernie papers dealing coauthored J 1JoJ-.", ,

with a renal disease have been Mr. and Mrs. Robert
published in Medical JournelsIn Barksdale of Humboldt,Tenn. Individual And Business Tax Service, :
the past two years. Most attended the funeral of a
recently he participated as a slster-m-law, Mrs. J.W.
faculty member of the Horne,Jr. at Gulf Breeze last Tax Hours ,Season ,
International Academy of Thursday The Barksdalesthen

Pathology's Immuno-pathology course in in his spent mother the, weekend Mrs. Vergie with Extended To 8 P... Mon-Fri. 9 A....To 1 P. M. Sat i ip

Toronto, Canada. '.In the Barksdale at Hampton La e. ,

spring month of last in France year he where spentone in We Are In The Process Of Moving To ;

addition to attending cooking 1'1": \1'111:11:
classes visited hospital at LaVerenne laboratories he also In ('lIl''f\) nutU1'11: : Our New Office t

Paris I'ublltihedwrrl! Tliur dj' '
IIIII: tt.l ull.ts: w'tSlarke. '
Mrs. Jim Bailey of .Fkwida. .Jsnel! We Are Temporarily Located ;r'

Asheville, N.C., Mrs. Jan Sri mill 11.|jv. |1".11111" |paid .
Douglas of Hattiesburg, Tenn. Jt Markr. rlord.isuhsoiptiiHi [ .
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton IUICH: At Faulkners Realty a
Hartzell of Orange City were 1\llnd..limit? per *
weekend and
guests of Dr.
II six inunth
3 Mrs. H.G. Bellinger and u.s. 30 l.North .
attended the funeral of F. E <)ul"iili>trade area: txipr ,;-1''" ::
Bollinger Saturday. | >,'arlll.\II..I\ :\ mnnlhs4uit ". I ,. ., .'
964-8925 !.;
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:!: DOa4Q4 1 3aCD! I 964.5065. .;

"'ST \ WN BAt 'l::,., '\. l vVernon : : ... .
w "*"." "" elf 1 $ !&"'!;as,'rt't:a" S'-S'.rk\i'' ,; ; \ "R, 5.0 ; 'T FTXdrrnenterAccountant '. !

r T :1 Cakes And Cookies' ForValentine's k ,,,1

Day ,

Mother's March Collects $751

Many Cakes. si 49 TODAY THRU

Cochairman of the Mother's March of Dimes, Mrs. Joseph Glary (shown) and Mrs. George Chocolate Or White 1Pot. e: DOLLAR DAYS WED. PEL 8
Pierce count contributions of $751.7 collected so far from this years March. Turning In some ----1.-e-- ,
for his wife Is Starke PollceChlef Jimmy Bowen. "Dinner Rolls dor. .,
money ;; ..
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f::7 _.__*m FA. Choc. Eclairs & "."-., ,
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Line Stallings of Gainesville Creme Puffs ___________!.a.:.. I
and Mrs. Leslie Greenof Mrs. D.G. Scott of Decatur ,spent the weekend with his I II It
Brooker were Sunday Ga. is visiting her son-in-law l I grandparents Mr. and Mrs. t
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.I'' and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. C.L. Dinkins. I
llazen. 0.L. Haynes, Jr. for several 4 +
.' weeks. r -:;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. ........................................................ .,nr i
Palmer Sr. had as weekend Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. r .. : ti
guests Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Palmer, Sr. returned recently : :,
Palmer of Sumter, S.C. Mr. from six weeks visit with their 0JY13fBV E L J aaaooaaaUUaa1YAnnouncing ( (

and Myers Mrs., Mr.J.M.and Palmer Mrs.of R.Fort A. son and and Mrs.daughter-in-law Frank W. Palmer! Mr., ............................................. ........... 1 ':,

Palmer of High Springs, Mr. Jr. and son,Frank W. Palmer "
and Mrs. E.L: Palmer of III born Dec. 12, 1977. Another M '
Nashville, Tenn., Mr. and '
Mrs. S. A. Copeland and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Richard Solze, .. I 1,
Martha Poland of Valdosta, Sr. visited Mr and Mrs. New Service 'For ; V LB. BIG brazier.: BURGER
Ga. and Mrs. Rebie Pendel of Jimmy Carter at Daytona ,V,,
Hinesville. Ga. Beach Sunday. I

Our Customers :.,, BANANA SPLIT I


Announces The Opening:'! Of Early BirdDriveIn Head for' your favorite participating DAIRY QUEEN store 'cause

His Office For The Practice it's DOLLAR DAYS! The super tasting V* lb. Big Braizer Burger
the tasty-tangy nearly a foot long Super Chili Dog and t
Of the double delightful Banana Split! Mix 'Em or Match 'Em ,
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Open 7 Mona Fri '
Rd. a.m. / : 2 for

4001 Newberry ..) Y, Dairij
P' ; Building 0 Suite 3. 6 1171
." 't Starting February ,
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TELLERS $100WITH OR r.- ;:
Mon Tues
Thur. braziers .
SPANISH MOSSREDUCES I .9 am.. ,.'.2 p.m: "/ '1.\,y"\ ",'',, ''', ..)"\. ..'.".. "' ". ,7. ;

Frl. 9 am. -' 2 p.m. Mon Thur 0'-3:30: Twtonwk of Am 0 O..Catp: ':'

: ROBS TREES PECAN OF GOOD YIELD GROWTH AND 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 'i;*' J.J: '," rut'; ':.Fri. 7:00: ::00 u. r ... ":COUPON; I....

Wed. .9am12 Noon ,.... ".. .

J VITALITY I '1/4. LB. BIG brazier BURGER I ,

Spanish Mass Is an air FOR FREE INSPECTION | I 'i
plant mat clogs breathing AND ESTIMATES j, THRU WED., FEB. 8 ;
shades out sunlight 08
adds sect..nd weight disease and harbors organisms.life ,STATE BANK' I _: LIMIT ,,: .


?Our special formula f1 y--..... I COUPON 2 OR: I
; brazier.PER
t spraying Mils mos. and it steed FO
!i without damage tctrees 0 ONTROL 964-7830 Member FDM
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shrubs or grass. It Is __ Square ;
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4 TELEGRAPH Feb 2.178 .? s

Annie Belle Anderson Retires \' Mrs. Inez Green Furnishes Hospital RooiiiIn H',' .. I

I' Memory Of3HerHusband, Lloyd J. Greens.

: After 38 Years In School RoomsAnnie '
In memory of Lloyd J. Hospital Board of Trustees
Green husband of Mrs InezI Feb S, 1958, Mrs. Green
Belle Anderson a cousins Beverly' GwinnetUl 'mllnll Green and father of Mrs. served a* secretary-treasurer
name recognized by school Floyd, who died in 1973. and I Richard (Judy) Cunningham until Dec. 1977.
children for over 3d years Milton Floyd, now pursuing a I and Lloyd A. (Archie) Green, Mrs.Green said she still Will
retired earlier this month and career in music.Education 1 a room wa furnished and be working Just as hard as
was honored at a reception in Is a family affair dedicated at Bradford County ever. She has been the
the Bradford High School Miss Anderson's brother C.C. Hospital Thursday. Jan. 26. organist for the United First.
library Friday Jan.%1. by the Anderson is assistant ti I Both natives of Bradford Methodist Church since Julyof f 1 Y. Y
Bradford Education principal at Bradford High e I County Lloyd and Inez were 1956 and the organist for the
Association. School and his wife, Alice M. a + I married in 1931 and took over Rotary Club for :20 years. In
A native of Taylor County Anderson teaches I Green's Grocery operated by addition Mrs.Green has been r ssT' 1
Miss Anderson began kindergarten at Lawtey. I Green's parents,Mr. and Mrs.A.N. the organist for DeWitt C.
teaching' in Jackson County In Students often distinguish i Green for several years. Jones Chapel In Starke and
1939 and taught in two schools: between teachers by The two-story grocery at Keystone Heights for several
and was principal at one there designating one "the first Walnut Street and now SR-H years. Mrs. Green said she is
before moving to Lawtey. In grade Miss Anderson." .r was .a meat market and often asked to play at r
With retirement Miss sold some farm supplies. The churches in the county and
1948.Always a first grade teacher Anderson said she will still be store would open at t a.m. and enjoys the 'chance to visit
by choice. Miss Anderson busy taking an active part in E stay open until the customers other churches and other
taught at the all black. community and civic affairs.A I I quit coming, said Mrs. Green.. friends.In .
Anderson Elementary School, member of the Willing Often the times were rough
named after her brother C.C. Workers Club and American ar I I going,but Mrs. Green said she addition to music as a of Heights and Mrs.
Anderson who was principalat Legion Auxiliary Post 314 of Fu. r was glad she had that experience. hobby Mrs.. Green has a Mrs. Richard Cunningham ceremonies Keystone, at Bradford County
the Lawtey school before Starke Miss Anderson Is also During the time they green thumb with a Florida Inn Green at dedication .
taking over that position at the active in her church, the operated the grocery store the room full of hanging baskets Hospital Thursday Jan. 16. furnished In of Lloyd
RJE School. Muss Anderson Philadelphia Baptist Churchin Greens also had a WO cattle and plants. Room 21* In the hospital was memory
also worked with principal Lawtey. ranch northeast of Lawtey. Associated: with the hospital Green. by Mrs. Green and her family
J J. Moore, Jr. al Anderson Also a seamstress Miss Children Judy now Mrs. for almost 20years, Mrs.Green .
: Elementary when Integration Anderson often makes her -JMs Richard Cunningham of Keystone and her family decidedto '
: merged the two schools Into own clothes and enjoys 4 + M1'e Heights, and Archie, a furnish a room as a 'I..i.'t.
Lawtey Elementary School. crocheting and knitting. computer programmer In memorial to husband and .
"I 1 prefer; working with little As her legacy to children, Miami were born during that father. !
ones said Miss Anderson Miss Anderson, said she time. Rev. George L. Harper .
about her affection for those encourages,( all children to The Greens gave up the offered a prayer at the dedication ...
beginning school. "You can take advantage of the grocery business :.-> 1955 and attended by the family ".
see a little more progress with opportunltes that are semi-retired to iust, the cattle a few close friends and
three students and the available each day and to do L- urn ,tr! tielit, s business. Green died it. 1964 members of the Lard who
children have a 'want to' their best. and Mrs. Green sold !her served with Mrs. Green.
attitude." she added. "One of the most Important acreage in Dec 1976. Refreshments were servedin J8
Miss Anderson credits things is to recognize Annie B. Anderson receives a plaque and gift front the Appointed by Gov. LeRoy the hospital dining room
becoming a teacher to her authority In school and In Bradford Education Association at a reception held In Ike high Collins to the Bradford County following the dedication.
brother and mother Shirley life" Miss Anderson said, school library Jan. 27. ,II)
Lyons who helped finance her "and you will be able to get 'I
way through two years of along with others." I 2:>lJ'lJoJ< ", {t+Yrr v 'R.d y
college at Florida Normal In addition to a gift of silver
then in St Augustine./ serving dishes, she received a LUCKY KID! Mr.. ana Mrs.. R.O. Dansbyvisited Jay Patterson of East e, ti
Later on. Miss Anderson plaque of appreciation from .' Mrs. W.T Shiver In Palestine Ohio spent the l
spent summers gathering the BEA Baptist Hospital and Mr. and weekend with his aunt Mrs w?
enough credits for a bachelorof "I 1 didn't think I would work Alive After Hours In Refrigerator; Jacksonville Andrews In A.J. Barry and family.
education degree from this long but time passed too last Wednesday.Mrs. SREC staffers who will assist low Income persons In filling
Florida Normal. Remaining fast," she said of the 38'',. It's an old story, with seldom a happy ending. But this time Miss Jan Jeffords of FSU out their 1977 Income lax return are (from left): Barbara
single Miss Anderson devotedher years.. "My greatest desire there was a happy ending and Johnny Davis 6, is alive today. 'Llla Caldwell and was weekend guest of Mr. and Easley, Jonathan Lewis' and Louise Newmll ./No& pictured' Is
energies to raising has been to help children and Johnny was reported missing Friday by his grandmother, daughter,Mrs.Lila Rae Yawn Mrs. Paul G. Brown and Lillian Cummings also a volunteer assistor with the program.:
adopted children, distant all we can do as a teacher Is Mamie Crugar Police searched around his home for about an were in Ocala Sunday visiting family.
try." hour, when Mrs. Crugar remembered an old refrigerator In the Mrs. Esma Yongue in Monroe
back of the house next door.A Memorial Hospital. Free Income Tax AidOfferedBySREC
cousin ran to the box, and sure enough. Johnny feU out. ,
'Grim Comedy"To Be Staged Capt. Scotty Rhodcn of the Starke Police Department rushed Carlton Faulk of Troy State Warrant Officers and their
I him to the hospital in a police car. College and Misses Martel families from Bradford and "
U By SJHJC Player He had been in the refrigerator for over two hours.. His condi- Johns and Danielle Starling of Columbia counties had a
tion Is listed as satisfactory, although he has developed what his Jacksonville visited Mr. and family dinner Friday night at Free federal Income tax benefits, such as the earned
The St Johns River Junior York Theatre Critics Association grandmother reports as "a bad cold." Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. the Enlisted Men's Club at assistance for low-income income credit general' tax
College will present a "grim Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, says the department will begin to Saturday Camp Standing. From taxpayers In Bradford County credit and pension benefits.' ,
comedy" play entitled "The For further information, warn people about leaving doors on abandoned refrigerators. If Bradford County Warrant Is by the
(House of Blue Ixuivm' ," Feb. call 328-1571 In Palatka. they do not comply with the law In reasonable time, they will be Mrs. Janet Turner gave a Officers and their families Suwannee being provided River Economic,
2. 3, and 4 in the Fine Arts prosecuted. birthday dinner Sunday for attending were A.J. Eaves, Council, Inc. (SREC).
Auditorium ut 8:15: p.m. in her son, Brant Turner, of George Winkler Ed Cole, Low Income individuals and 301 Drive In
I'.ildtku Woman Critical After Accident West Of LawteyDebra Jacksonville. Those from out- Maurice Wlngate, Rick Hall, older Americans with
of-town attending were Kay
Fri Sat.
B.C. Holtzendorf, Jr.,'Albert ,
'"' tax status
relatively simple
"The(House of Blue Leaves"was Turner of Jacksonville and
writtt'nbyJohn Guare and D. Burnett remainedIn west of Lawtey. speed when her'car. left the Misses Sally Lasuiter and Lee Crosby, Albert Foster and may obtain help In preparing
premiered in New York in stable but critical conditionin The Florida Highway Patrol south side of the roadway and Vickie Turner of Gainesville. Otto Siemer. basic tax forms through the h' 71
1971 The play was awardedthe Shands Hospital Tuesday reported Barnett was overturned five times, tossing Volunteer Income Tax
'Best American Play" of following a one car accident traveling west on SR-12S about her about 100 feet from the Assistance (VITA) program. 1
the season in 1971 by the New Sunday Jan. 29, on SR-125 9:25: pm. at a high rate of vehicle. Volunteer assistors,
Jonathan Lewis and Barbara;

Easlelwith Project REACH. ,1,
CunnrnJngs\ and
Louise Newrnait'with'' 'the1':4;
HARDEE'S DUE .,;Community Outreach (bitter;},'' ;
i '-.re trained in-basic 'Jdebrntl.' / :.* x
J tax preparation by the IRS a'Pis
.r i and will assist taxpayers in a ..
step-by-step completion of the J
non-schedule Form 1040 ,or ev

THE SECOND ONE'SONUS receive 1040A. Taxpayers information may on also tax -s 5


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yy'y' .yy.r+W fort. They ere frequently. '!t6
the moat, abundant andtroubleeom. ,..
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peat Inv

Haniee's glues..ym& a break Check Out These Great Buys. lathy home appearance habita Their, bad make repulsive odor. then, and. a lIP

when take a Roast Break. particularly objectionable... ... .sVI;
ymi roastBeef 18114 60114 60x14Irisidoire They may carry or. .. .a
that cause food polalontnf.
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You get a break when you buy a Hardee's f typhoid fever from
2 BR F. K. 2 SR 2 Br garbage cane, and .w.r.,
A second roast beef sandwich free. to the food of .....
Total Elec Total Electric Total Electric( Cockroach eo.troll. parti'cularly ''''
of one.That's break.
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kitchen and food .aervie ..t
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annoying bltatbey are the t-
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.' ,\: .For proper (control .. i ftM
; theM) sad other honoehejd .a
J'\o..\ Hwy iN. JOHN BROWN 473.3775 pat,' call ,your' ,leek! fe
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Uavici Montgomery Reserves[ ,Silver.Beaver Award, A+ I;, Brooke! eac6etlulga.-.T l ..

I I 1\Ieedn1T'oF f b.'i' '.Aoi> !?4,,
Highest Honor Given Adult Scouting,, Volunteer scheduled The Brooker its regular council monthly has re7:30: p.m. ...

meeting from the seeohd The regular- mftUng'
Tuesday In the month and will would have fatten on t'I'.
scoutmaster: David nated by Troop70 adult 197S for the North Florida
member of the First ue 7.day 1 set for Feb. 14 In Brook .
MCIftf| 1! JwjrywM honored at committeemember... Dr Council-a 15 county area Presbyterian Church. Deacon + 4 ;' meet Tuesday February r
UM : Florida Council's Wayne Whlffen, Warren Employed as a civilian by of his church: ,a member of the
ipprectatka reception Jan Ebllng,Don Hardenbrook Dr. the National Guard. Mon Adult Advisory Group for uar
31. and revived UM Silver R.S. Mulllna and John. Sole tgomery. 48, Is a member of Young People. a member Of ''
Beaver Award, the highest midt. the local National Guard the P. T. A. He was also, A MEAT YEAR TO ietiA Nswuoms :'(
award given to an adult Held at the-National Guard Reserve Unit He joined awarded the Service To Youth .. ,.
volunteer in Mooting.Montgomery Armory In Jacksonville, scouting as a young man and Award by the StarkeBradfordCounty > 1111II l Up Nowl I ISktflhliy .
Montgomery was "one' of attained the rank ofEagle. He of Commerce 1l 1\ '.,, '!
12 Chamber; ,\ .
was nomi& Silver Beaver recipients for has served Troop 70 ss ascoutmaster In award ceremonies) ; Vltar. CeUr- Designed For "j

'. from 195770. Jan: 23. The Beginner. This Class. Teach.s The ft J ;
scoutmaster" 1970-72.- Montgomerywas taken f77' .
I. JROTCNEWS. committee member 1070-72 completely by surprise by the l Basics Of Drawing" ,, Painting And ues.gn' ,I
...__. .... _____ .' and returned to the position' of Silver Beaver presentation -( "
"''wr7 cadet; on the.drill wiwn'JKUTC has the AFIon scoutmaster In. 1973, the. His family had arrived by 5; 1
team U practicing: (heir driU F.eb,t, and Completes; title) position he'still Is .aerv n". separate car,and he -did not ". .. ."i'iFfL r _..,...' Save On This Class! t
.and toe brat' thing is that .we all took forward, to .> Montgomery has earned the'. know' they were there Hlsvwifepresented 9,. 2M For 3 Clissea, Plus Materials l c;
every cadet.ta willing'to help knowing that all.: cadets- did Scouters Training Award andScooters' him .wItlH tbe. You Will; Complete, First
his fellow cadet Team Tai -... J I is '. Your ProjectA
and a 11 best, .d'It gives us all Key. 'lie. a Silver, Beaver medal
: .movements of the weapon the that special sense'of pride to : ii Plant Hanger. The Very First Class!
team use*. ".Cadet 'Captain' be told by our instructors that. ; '
.Chris' Crew, drill. team we did well. FSP Employees Are ReprimandedFor hoayagaeuur EAR
commander, Capt Adams,
2nd U. G, Wilkenon and let Cadets started preparation' David .', to I .\
U. Ferguson.are among the for the main event of the year.theAP'I Judgement In Brownie EatingFlorida MOIIlOIIIery received the SUver Beaver award the Tab 'al"'Ian
highest award
".upereqiiad" and given to SB adult volunteer In scooting, at a ap \
they arealways
preciation wteepilo Jan:31.b y the North Florida. Council B Y
willing S
to help. State Prison em those of a LSD dose,'Investi ,,1 c y RaOid Call Or Slop By TodayFor
The Rifle Team has started AFI means"Annual formal Fred Badger and galore reported. .
out 178 going strong. 'There Inspection": In which the Randall Scogglna received The brownies were to have lIan 92 Information
are four cadets on the Rule cadets are presented at their letters of reprimand for using been routinely removed from Jumps To Death From Train "J1 f
Team which have been best and are Inspected: by "poor Judgement" In eating the package to the Inmate be- 0 160.'W, Call St, .
awarded the team ribbon military.. officer of U. S.. brownies sent to an Inmate. cause of the possibility that A man Who' harrassed:: fellow The death was listed as a Stark. 964-77$2 {
during a qualification match. Army We al I look forward to drugs'might be mixed In. A
passengers by but motive has
running and suicide: no
They are Cadet lit Lt Elmer this time of year for It Is oncea Badger and Scoggins were more severe punishmentwould down the Isles and. up been established. I Ht*Oft Sttir&ftatll4
Browder who is now the year only when we have this taken to Shands Hospital in have been given if the. windows letting cold air In the .
commander: of the Rifle special time. December after they appeared Investigation bad shown that Miami-bound Silver Meteor'jumped
Team. Cadet PvL .Robert disoriented after the men were stealing items to his death
Gornto. Cadet Pvt. Mike sampling the brownies. Lab which rightfully should have before the train 2 hd. Annual
Dahnke and Cadet Sgt. Mike Cadet Doug York, Assistant results were inconclusive as to been delivered to an Inmate Waldo S turday, stopped at
Gregg and the others are Publicity Information Officer, drug contents of the brownies. said superintendent Dave Identification
followed closely behind. Bradford High School.' but the symptons matches Brlerton. Indicated he was on Thomas man Ma son Dixie Challenge .

Veroon Blidan, 27, of King of ,

Sanitarian. Goes Through Other's Garbage w .Prussia An Alachua, Pa., County deputy SeriesSpin I For Late Model Stock Cars ,'

had been waiting at the Waldo ,
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To Find Who Is Dumping Trash. Illegally. Intoxicated.who station reportedly to remove But as the appeared the man train Feb. 12 Lake City- Speedwayials

crossed: the Santa Fe River.
Going through- aomeones done the dumping. no dumping and 'a penalty. O'Neal's office- said the Blidan. dove head first through
garbage II an unpleasant job could be Imposed.. Rising.( Bond area Is only one (he open top of a door. Time Ti. First Race
but It has become necessary to Illegal dumping is a Mrs., Don Modesitt who, of several! In the county that The engineer reported the '."
.determine who II.dumping criminal charge and the lives in that area said the are being watched to determine train was going 70 into mph at 12:31 9 2:00: -
trash illegally on. Bradford 'pena Ky.could be a.fine and or dumpjng causes flies that get who la doing the ''the time. Blidan's body hit .
bad in the ----------------- ------
County roads. a jail sentence, said the. very summer. "It is dumping. Another help in the limestone bank and .
.$wlfL! really embarrastng, the catching: illegal dumping for bounced .Into .the shallow Toi p Stars From Th. North
County 'sanitarian Darrell. garbage started last summer citizens to report people'dumping river* .
O'Neal whose. job it is to investigate with one pile, grew to two and .to' .the sheriffs : .
complaints from O'Neal l 'iscurrently, Investigating then more and more. "' said. department, 'said. the' Head Start Thi i US Souths Finest Drivors
In along ,dumping on. the Mrs:ModesltL Parents .
residents the.county .sanitarian. ----------- ---------------- -------

with. -the-.otten'sheriffs.'0' thraigh.deparf.tnenf the,- .229 Corner; A.' of sign Rising war'Road nested artd.SR-last', 'Tb Meet Feb.' '''This .13 The'Only I Chance To See This Series In'The Area

week! stating there: -waste. be. I. .
.garbage to determine'who has 'Bradford Had 'Start t tDon't '
." '
; .' : '. parent*'will have a meeting Miss II.....
Sunday; Feb. 5. 4 p.m. for all
Southside Elementary News ... parents to attend.
I iriE -A meeting held Tuesday, Admission, Ad lult 'S00 Children. '. 210..t One Dollar Off .
Oct.31 was attended '
with Report the Cardl-'.went home'' ,after a week of. observation\in seven parents and by three only .' Adult Tickets Avails able When You, PC} IUp Discount Tickets At .
students on January! their',room. .
Im..w..hope : : : _".;' 'teachers. Head Start
.president said it Is the duty of
home with' theirs. LUNCH MENU parents to.find out how'Head Telegra ph-Terwillegar Or WRXE Radio
Southstde School' Is still
Jin.JOfeb.3Monday :
Start is run and we can not do'ithUK
looking for adult to ,'Jan. 30Beans e W.Xi.S. Production
tars : without ,
attending the
aid students and or In 1
and welners. cabbage slaw, i iCHItBLEIt
the school: program. If you applesauce: biscuit.: .milk.. wr {\meetings.:.
have any time that you could Tuesday Jan:31 .- turkey.
help ..ar- school please callrrfeftpal .' ;sandwich : macaroni and '. n a W :. ,n .
;,"Dwey.VcKlnneyanf ,, cheese banana ,
< I butteredpea: ; ii
...t J-
.ut. *'icake.mIUl.1''rrt.: w
asslgrited' : '( 'f4.
JotTyou. May be: ,- WedneSday, 1" ':- r & :
to. : Hamburger gravy. mashed'' RvS1 "
The.Title: I 'Parents Advisory potatoes, green hearts,,.pear ,-
Meeting time' was rolls milk.Thursday.. Tlymoutfi
changed from January 26 at 3 Feb 2 Beef ARonlloI8ed
p.m. Tuesday,February 21. salad, peach pie.,
Jit7p.nl/Itis hoped by having biscuit; milk. '. ( ?
a'night.meeting that more Friday.Feb. 3.;-Bar B Q on.
'parents' will be able to attend. bun corn: ; French fries,, 'i T'3
A baby.sitter will be providedfor grapefruit and orange sec Don Modesitt cleans some of/the accumulation of trash ai SR229 -
pro-school children. The tions. and Rising Road.
meeting) will start in' the, 1
cafeteria and then will move
,.to the classrooms so that ,
will' be able to talk.to 9S4-7011 .

their All child's parents teachers.are invited and N. Temple Jive.

urged to attend whether or not Open 8-8 OodgeTruclfs
you and your child are InVolved
Make LifeRicher
In the Title I reading Starke FloridaStarke's
program..If you want to know Mon. Sat.
more about this reading
program you are urged to
attend. .
A workshop was held duringthe
Teacher Planning Day on
January 27. 1978 by consultants
from the Harper Row
workshop Publishing was Company.to show This and UJIIlW IIlIJI3W

explain their offering of. new '
reading materials.
Effective Monday. January :
30. all parents who pick up ,
children except .kinder- Whatever your goals-home, "
garteners who leave at 1 p.m..
after school: should not arrive new car.. college, :cruise vacatipr)-', '2",," + :
until after the busses have left '
at 2:50: 3. The places will be we have Certificate.terms to!match! '"1. ::.t..,.v;. f Newest Car Dealer
the same.Colley Road In good
weather and in front of the your financial timetable. With .p' .," (11-

school: on Stansbury Street In high interest rates to speed! your,/ .! :: (t,
rainy weather. This change
... ... Selection
will enable the! school to provide saving time. See us fora complete :. Offering
safer traffic conditions
for the! children and allow 'savings program: .
them to take advantage of the
covered walkway' .in rainy
weather TRUCKS- TRUOKS -
On..February 17.- there will
be a-. speed ball meet at
Lawteyi 'AHelementary!
schools are Invited .to par 5.&t. \.'' Pick UsVl nl-4 Wh..l Drives
ticipate.Teams are being considered
no definite! players Come s..
have been; chosen yet.

class graders Mrs.and Hartley'were Mrs.part Schmidt's fifth of the grade first research Plus ,The All.New Chrysler & Plymouth Cars, "::' .

for B.H.Sdent Dirk I \ <: '- ,. '.f
Schmidt's science project. He] '

as showed he had.that.already optical done Illusions with a I i : :We Nave A Complete Sendee, Department To Repa r.ur.Car. .:,, "I I>it, ., .:
tenth graded;group to determine ..' ", }
made difference I Iia .. I' .i h I 1
if age a ;r 'It' AI. "'4'!: I !
response. Students -andteachers '.,.. !! '. .. .' '('I......._".... .' ,1. .1,.', < ; 1. ,
'" '
alike found the pre1sentation Q l' ?
very interesting. t// :
Mrs., Duncan's fifth grade .I.-.::: ': ; ,
Offer You : '., '
class walked to.the' bakery. Elbert Freeman .Bill, Royal &
The Pastry Shop, to see bread ,
products with processed,Utelr food In unit.connection Guaranty .. :'j;! i And 45 Years OfSales ,. : ;.f

Eachchild: was given a treat -= ..:".,,, (D: Federal, Sales' u; ''si
after the tour1.They saw bread Savings* Lean Association Wes Dumas 1'" I "f1' ,
'& ServiceInAuteiiasiness .f.fO.wners.
for the oven. : :
being prepared
111 GNANVitl.!. !, ; '... ._ \ : ;:r ,Manager-; ;
Mrs. Duncan returned to the ... ...... //il" ,10'. ,: ": 'i.. ".. t' ;
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bakery for several loaves.of -- ... '''M .", .....: .' '. ; "'!.4f. .. .
bread so!toe class could share .. ..,. ..r' -. ',.. .r { ''' ,., .. : :
and sea the. end product. 9 WM""S"" "J...". .<. L .
Thanks to Mrs.,Westscott for I 9f.I saao' () I t '

her terrsrluma.help In.The preparing students took the : ..." .., ..: .... .. t: _. ... ,0;<

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NEWSThe Pleasant Hope Revival Set For Feb. 6-10
_ ST. EDWARDS Obituaries ----- -

Pleasant Hope New "sing". Saturday evening M
Sacrament of Following the dinner,,, Congregational Church .is February 11. at 7:30: p.m. Dr.Freeman BolUpger one daughter Mrs. Milton
Confirmation will be approximately) 200 guests,,. planning a revival February 6 featuring the famous "Christ HartttU of Orange City PL.
conferred at St. Edward's parishioners and friends were I through 10 at 7:30 p.m. each Ambassadors." Dr. Freeman E. Bellinger three grandchildren and 2 ,
Catholic Church on April 12. entertained with a talent showand evening. 96. of 626 N.W. 2nd Street, great-grandchildren, \ I
The pastor, Reverend Father gong show with Francis I, The church, located on US "''Everyone looking for a Gainesville, died Thursday
Patrick Foley conducted a Meng as Master of 301 North of Starke, will J be blessing la Invited to come and night, Jan 26. In Bradford Funeral service were held !!
special service following Masson Ceremonies. Mrs. Maureen I II featuring a different speaker worship stated Pastor County Hoipltal In Starke Saturday afternoon, Jan. .28 1,
January D. in which 16 Santana coordinated this I l each night There will be a Emery L." Griffis. following a brief Illness. In the First Baptist Church oid
young parishioners requestedto program. w+ ak Starke with the pastor Rev. ',,
be considered as candidatesfor Ben P. Bryant officiating
A retired chiropractic:
the reception: of Among hose participating: Shrove Tuesday Pancake physician Dr. Bollinger was Burial was In Hill crest ,nI I
Confirmation. Parents of the In the entertainment were: born May 12, 1881 in Saint Memorial Park In Gainesville
candidates were. also Dr. Laura Parado and I with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
II Dinner Set For Feb. 7F. Paris Ohio. He moved to
Home of Starke in of
recognized and Informed of children: Itandy. Cindy and I Starke from Dolphins Ohio In charge
their duties In preparing their Donna. Steve liollis, Luana 1M3 after his retirement. He arrangements. l
children properly for this Mundorff.\ Barbara. Becky The young people of St. The word 'fat' comes Into had lived In Gainesville for the'
important event. and Sheila Anderson, Donna Mark's Episcopal Church are. play because the day after past five years. Dr. Bollinger Instead of flowers dona-
Senior Citizens Honored Doug and Tod Samons Alan sponsoring their annual shrove Tuesday .Is the was a member of the First lions may be made to the h
Members of, the Bradford Bruce and Todd Ashline. Clay shrove Tuesday pancake beginning of the season of Baptist Church of Starke. Gideon Living Memorial Bible'Plan

County Senior Citizens Club Gilhooly. Father Foley, supper. Tuesday Feb. 7, at lent, and In years gone by Survivors include one son, or to the library of the
were guests of honor at .a Donald Cissy. Frank Cons St. Mark's Parish House each household was supposedto Dr. H.G. Brillnger of Starke; First Baptist Church, *.
covered dish dinner Sunday Teresa Knepper, Lenore Starke. Between 9:30: p.m. and use up all the cooking fat In N
evening given by St. Welty and Kevin Tyrrell. 7:30: p.m.The the kitchen and live off leaner
Edward's Altar Society In the Dining tables were covered menu will consist of fare during the lenten
Parish Hall. President Joe with white cloths and were pancakes and observance.
sausage a "
) 11 Take One Of Each! I
Kerrigan represented the centered with arrangements variety of drinks. This has "Evangelist1HENDLEV
large group of his Club who of fresh camellias i. NL\ been an annual dinner in the Tickets will be available at J.
attended. Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Richard COM and Mrs. A Girl Scout cookie customer seems to be having a hard time Parish for many years shrove the door. All are welcome.
Wilfrid Fontaine representedthe Tom Allen were cochairmenof deciding between all the varieties. Scouts Marla!i Thomas, Tuesday has also been called Proceeds from the supper will GLENN
Hampton Club. this event. Michelle and Karen Klmutls convince her to try several kinds. 'FAT' Tuesday, and Is a be used by the young people to
I. traditional time of festivity visit the Lake Wales Passion

I IJI i .,.\ I and good eating. Play during lent. :

Hampton Hilitesby .., ",y_. ..,uu... .....,,.., Invites You To ., .. !
Methodist Youth Activities "' -"" """" """'<""""<"""""" '
by Dolores Mrng I Curl Of ThanksWe : FOUR GREAT MIRACLE SERVICESt "J JI

Phone 4BH-I9IS by Don Denton Bible can mean'to their every _NII U'U'U'UU"'U I_ ,, I .1

('ItllensThe ADULT CLASSES: Youth Director day lives. Devotions were wish to express our The family of the late Dr. Featuring: "Th Kingdom Quart*!" I

Hampton Sent Classes for adults are being The youth scheduled their given by Jeff Lawson Mrs. heartfelt thanks to all our F.E. Bellinger wishes to thank ,.
Citizens meets at 2 p m. conducted each Monday and Valentine Fellowship for Betty Sue Denmark served. a wonderful neighbors and friends and neighbors for the At: Bradford High School Auditorium Starke, Florida
Friday. February 3, In ttx" Thursday evening from 7 untilIs Sunday February 12. The snack supper. friends for their sympathy, many kind expressions of "
City Hall. Everyone i 10 p.m. at Hampton evening will feature a pizza services and gifts in the loss of sympathy and love shown FEBRUARY 9.11 7:30: P.M. t
welcome'CIIKISTI and music at The youth met at the beloved
Elementary School. party beginning our Pearl.
during our\ recent SUN. FEBRUARY 12 2:00: If.M. \
AN UII'IUIICOUNCIL Mrs. Judy Burrows from 6pm. Bradford High Gym., Tuesday We will never forget your bereavement.
Brooker is conducting these The youth spent last Sunday evening to cheer on the kindness. "This Ministry Is Dedicated To The Glory Of God"TIlTa.
The meeting of the LadieiCouncil classes open for any age evening in a study of what the Bradford Basket BaU team. Carl and Marilyn l-IernwaU
uf the Chrlstlar above 18. Reading writing I
Church has been changed t 0 and math are being taught to -
the second Wednesday of the anyone who desires to further Raiford
month. February 8. at 2 p m their education along these
CONGHATL'LATIONHFaye : lines. Additional classes may
Leach daughterMr. ol. be added as needed
and Mrs. Arthur Stewart t Charges for this schooling is News
of Starke and the late Cecil E:! minimal to cover supplies FOOD

Leach was married January used. by Juanita Harris
20 to Jeff Mullinax. of Mr Phone 431-1S71 I
and Mrs. Mendel Mullinax oe J, I.UNUIMtNU:

Orlando. Jimmy Hall of J f MONDAY Hamburger on Our heartfelt sympathygoes
Gainesville performed the I bun lettuce tomato pickle to the family of Pete _
ceremony at the residence of french fries &peach half cake, Griffis. who passed away last .
Mr. and Mrs. William Horne' milk. week. May God comfort you in
Mr and Mrs. Mullinax arenow Tl'aSUHoaat,; : beef! time of sorrow.
living( in Gainesville. mashed! potatoes, sweet peas, Mrs. Ruby Rickerson had as ,
WELCOME fruit cup hot rolls, milk. guest over the'.weekend, .her S >1 1i 1r I>

The community welcomes wtUStSUMeat: loaf daughter-in-law Mrs. Leo
Mr. and Mrs. Harold and Juli turnip greens sweet potato Yarbrough, from Ft. Myers.
Wragg who moved hen pone corn bread milk. A
going away parly was
Sunday They are the parents! TIIUtSOAY: Boiled beans, given in honor of John Russell VAN
of Mrs. Clare Brunetti whose! meat sandwich cole slaw. Sieberling at his homo. Friday CRISCO CAMP'S1J
family moved here from New rice, apple crisp, milk. night. John Russell has' en .
Jersey a few months ago HIIUAY: Tuna salad listed In the Navy and will be _
They all live off Stale Road 32 y; cheese sticks, green beans leaving soon. Many .of his OIL PORK & BEANS PKG.CF1 .

and are neighbors of Mr and I I' potato chips, '"L. orange milk. friends were there to help him =, : WEST1NGHOUSE :
Mrs. Eugene Birt. The 16oz CAN '
celebrate. We wish you the .
Brunetti's are all fond of in : SOFT WHITE :
[ SERVICEMEN: best of luck your Navy '
riding their fine horses which I 68 .
they moved here from New career.Mrs. Ruby Jewel Atwood T35 j LIGHT BULBS j I38oz
Jersey They are very activein $139'. 4/$1'
and Mrs. Pierce Crews were
the 4-11 Hiding Club and 60-75-100 WATTS : :,
business visitors in Jax. .
assist in .
riding instructions
Mr. and Mrs. Wragg have Wednesday. D.TL.. ._ as. rir.'srs ss'Mju'A'._. w... ,.sa A"iM. .....
been residing ui St, The "lth grade, 01 tM,Lake. ...... .... ...............r..r.r
m Butler Middle School Juuf a .
i .
like Petersburg it here!and we hope they' wonderful day last'week., __.1 .t.. ...... <.i:>. W IIIq.Am NIGI Nr Irl? 1"MY. ...."... '. 1111 -I .... IIM I MIN..... l'I,

fONPOI.KNffcSincere while visiting' Marineland. twlIT tow P COMPARE -::::wC': wr rw law;..
Mrs. Olin's bus took them for SUGARSUBSTITUTE 1 r
sympathy I is .
which ..
extended to the family of Mrs. a enjoyed.day's outing they COMPARE -:::W : Potted Meat 5/51/ II' ''J

Constance (James W.) who .._, .
I. I Wednesday. night, Mrs. 329. 30' reTiow"Mustard 191ii
died last week in Gulf Breeze. son '
Green Giant Peas 31S1
Mrs. Ina Home Jeanette Smith. Mrs Yvonne COUNT 17'P._mm*rm-.
accompanied --N. r .
Brown, and Mrs. Bonnie
Mr. and Mrs. William Home Sweet Potatoes 79d 20' Napkins I'
Mathis visited Mrs. Jack '
and children to attend funeral '
services in Gulf Breeze on Harris.We are sorry to hear Miss (J Libby Cut Beets 4/51/ 741 '- r'SfnTifasti Preserves 895 m'

Thursday. The body was sentto DeVue Shoot Ramona Sweat has been sick' : ;' 49t
Douglas the Pantry Ps-Id. Hand! Trash Bags m' u >
( Expert: at Ft Knox and In the hospital. We hopeyou're r 30 "
former home of Mrs. Home Private DeVoe Tea Bags BlxkTepper 59t
Raymond feeling much better by r/' 'f
Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan( Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. now Ramona. i2 Nr m m Hmm mm .J
enjoyed the weekend visit of Raymond DeVoe Sr. of Starke M iss Jan Norman was home l touNT '129 Sweet Potatoes t 59t 1a' .
her daughter. Marrlon CdrMrpgt.
was recently rated expert In for the weekend from collegeto MM matt m rN
Veltman from Cenlralia. firing on the rifle range at Ft. visit with her family. Potatoes t 4/51/ tl' S l
Illinois Marrion escaped Knox Kentucky.A Mrs. Bonnie Mathis
was a Pr tiiiS'iii55t
Illinois before the big blizzardhit 1970 of the 4' COMPARE ij
Saturday guest of Mrs. Alice hN.1 Qi w'ar' www'
that area even though Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Cason and enjoyed being her )
SauerkrautNMNvniMH 3/51/
roads wens war Libby u'
were Icy. is Monogram 191
School the private joined the supper guest, Saturday Rice 211' ,
spending some time in in Nov. and is --
Army now evening.Mr. RATIONawrl 19c
Orlando and will h yrup it 295
stop > again Standard Tomatoes
stationed at Ft Knox.hltnt'y and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis ,. 11'IN
for .> visit before returning MM.MIM : .MMfntlNI
ix'nte'Royce \\ CompletesBattle had Mrs.as Sunday Marvin guests Tucker, Mr and and ......' Toilet Bowl Cleaner 59d ii' '\Tomato Pasta 41S1/ a
.Jo) ner returned
> children from Jax., Mr. and
home nn Sunday following Training Mrs. Freddie Griffis from i"11Uy ,4iII;
Brian Whitney son of Mr.
at the Veterans
surgery hospital in Gainesville. We and Mrs. W.E. Whitney of Glen and Mrs. Fugatt from rl....Mlr (), *.IIU.iIi.. ..*' :!| I KRISPYOTATOES
Lawtey. ,
Kaiford. recently completed : .
he [
health.lIItC11 hope soon enjoys good 13 weeks! of Marine Corps recruit Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Griff is .'"mlf.._ ; ,I.) I CRACKERS 11,1
U'" DI.MKS: training at Paris Island. and Mr. and Mrs. Malhe Oil '
It is again time to collect South Carolina. Griffis visited an uncle ofRonnie's. DIP N CHIPS ,. .3 .<<
Mr. Griffis
donations for the March of Pfc Whitney was
Dimes organized to fight birth meritoriously promoted to his in Jax. last Sunday.We :65c I
defects. To date none has been present rank and won Marine are sorry Mrs. Alma < I II

located to collect in the City of Corps award top physical fitness Thompson hope she's has soon been feeling sick.much We H alth- Beauty Aidi i........" ._... tl CAREFREE TRAC II
scoring a perfect 300
Hampton. Kindly call 468-191. better. a.iwN..r/il... LISTERMINT TYLENOL EXTRA rM..,,, ,,. ', PANTY AD.lUSTAal
if (Cib
are able know of
anyone you else! who might or be ableto Pic Whitney will be Mrs. Cecile Mathis visited Pantry MOUTHWASH STRENGTH .: :COUGH, SHIELDS BLADES',

make this collection. assigned to a special Infantry Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Griffis hide .....- IIOCI.Clp. "S'V UP ,
Mrs. C F Bateman and training( school at Camp Saturday. Mrs. Mathis also ..1aea.aWwew S4MBJTVj, eoct T.bi.i$157 30 Ct.m $127 :.-.- 99c
!Mrs. Dolores Meng have Pemlleton. California. visited her brother. Pal ', : >uf
volunteered to collect for the He lit a former student at Alford. in the hospital -3--0-1 a' ;; : s'' j&j
March of Dimes in the Bradford High School.Montgomery Saturday. CHOICI (ULTRA I DAYCARE TRIAMINICIN' 'n' LI'NO'L
Hamoton Lake area. Miss Sharon A. Lavender, a QDITF I BAND AIDS
student at FSU In Tallahassee COLD COLD
: R
Deployed I 110 Ct. Lo Pitta.3D ;
Others collecting for the In Western Pacific will be-arrTVlni home. ,S-a0rr+ MEDICINE TABLETS TABLETS CI.. '
March of Dimes are Shirley around Feb. 10 to visit with I. All O
1 O
Norman and Daisy Fort. Marine Private First Class her parents and friends: :| : UMM. $149M .VtM< '139 237 ::: C8lt -
Willis L. Montgomery son of Miss Pamela Gayle JOHNSOMDISPOSABLE. I 14 CT. 1SOCT. _.te.

Congratulations to Mrs. Bell: Montgomery of P.O. Box Lavender, who is majoring In : '
Evelyn Bauldree who bowled 90H. Starke recently departed Music at Lake. City'Junior f DIAPERS :' t MONET ON "
the outstanding score of 208 in for an extended deployment in College, has been chosen as i .th.Tod 11PMfTltVMIMM" 12."Ct, e.Y COMPARE -=:- ." .'BARGAINS" W CENERALlMERCttANDlSEf COLORTIME
a recent game. Mrs. Susie the Western Pacific.He Who's Who In Americans..., .....rarr.reT .V '
Lott enjoys bowling In the is serving as a member Junior College for: Leader .r- Pantry Pride' Flour 59'M" to PLASTIC I ROSE FAIR ':'',
same league and is also of Battalion Landing Team ship Ability Outstanding I UNBELIEVABLE DEVELOPING

improving her average. One Slant Nine IBLT 1-91. personality and Crisco Shortening avt TRASH Tr vow :
Mrs. Sallye Scoggms and Gayle Is the (S PAN'Y'
homebased on Okinawa. achievement
baby daughter April Lynn. His unit Is the ground daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. TOASTER CAN GALLON Food Fair' PHOTO'CentarONLY.

returned home on Sunday to element of a Marine Amphibious Lavender of Lake Buller. ( PASTRIES I HOSE
be with: Randy. Unit IMAU A MAU .is The Revival at New River EveryDayLowPrrceDOUPLEIUCK
Congratulations! the force-ln-readiness for the Methodist Church was a great o7l'9c
Mrs. Eugene Meng was U.S. Seventh Fleet; on-call: to success also the wonderful ,: $288 nea.oN 6..6c
honored with a baby showeron
project combined air-ground sing they had Saturday night. I .r arn.aa
Friday by coworkers the forces ashore if required. Everyone enjoyed the ser CUT GREEN
University of Florida Library. --------
BLT 1-9 is scheduled to con- vices and fellowship Sunday. f
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. duct training operations in the I 1 1I DETERGENT -
Eugene !Meng attended a Republic 01 Due to sickness In out |<
family dinner at the home of Additionally column ill URYIFIGURINES PANTY
is family 'our |PILL$. .

AUKuttine.Mrs. Mimlee After Arledge dinner in they St. 'scheduled amphibious to training participate exercise in the somewhat_ short this week., ;11 I JPI ,

t.rr.u: mu
were guests of honor at a stork Phibtrex" = I :
with units from :: HlfM..fttll.. tMPM. .'
shower given by Mrs. Arledgeand Thailand. :: ._'TMM rt| I. ,
Brenda Smith, : ; rrwl.wwrrr.rrw.es
attendedby He joined the Marine Corps )
20 guests. in Jan. 1977. .
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Table decorations were in ----- L..r.w' .. i
green. blue and yellow with a 1 :r 1 :'P 'NtRYPR'\ Sll tii

stork theme. The hostesses w&rmlun II 1 I ....... : S _.aIlY""CK : -to"
presented a case of pampers ] j1T LAYS CAKI : : DlCAP BtJTTIltMlUC ELBOW. MACARONIONVDOB
baby care packages and a tot1 I .
C"'H s&mINGWEX :
hanging laundry bag. Mr. and I e ::J:'.?;
,,, .
Mrs.'Gerald Brown. Sr. .and Some people used to put itale e ,: : .. nr.M.. :"':.'. I I/ froNrnN..d IIL/N' e g .IN.IS.......-..'..ruwsl. lNm.... ""'/fll''" 4 I$."'1. rr rN.r.wrNrl.rN.1r_________' _._.___ __- __. _
Leslie also attended the bread.in babies cradle in the |Many people' hay. b IIsrM,* ""MM__! _*_* _> '_,, .I,r.rrw.r_ .. ..---------, . ___, .. -------_=--_._-.-__-.._ ..
festivities. hope of warding off di. a... ,that the king* touch can cur*. ..

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I State Fair Is Postponed LAWTEY SCHOOL HEWS ,\.,:4OMMUNITY NEWS : r, ''L"'AWTE n "

the closing of county fain,and(lbe \ LVNQt MENU: ,f'' .
LaAwtry SlementaryeSchool .
P'IortdstatFalrthlaweek In winner will be able <|o> vend !: 1IONDACloppy/ Joe on .r4P"(. Phone 9S44683MrstAltwnease bylth7rabetbTerry n>

Tampa, you will find the fi.ilr. their entries to the Stat: Fair Tuesday Jan. 14, with a bun, buttered corn, french ,';;;,GiRLa0001.9 Is to, Phone TS2-33M '
Davis asking
grounds quiet The fair date for the competition ," special program and treep1anJ1na (fries .fruit cup with bananas, ," 'r meet at the church everyone at 9 a.m. wore their Saturday overnight I
has been changed to March 29 This year's Fair la expected acavlt5 Guestspeaker > CHURCH ACTIVITIESChurch
Th' Flrl Scouta Choir No. 2 will rehearse
through April to be bigger and better with wee Hank Cochr'n.Bradford mTTUE6b1YI!: Spaghetti with will deliver guests.
cookteS !this Mrs. Hermto Kelly
Bible and
9.to tossed salad, week. All girls : p.m. : ef Gods Sunday Mr.
According .all' 12 day of acth Iteis. I up any County Forester itfot sauce will appreciate Wednesday at TM visited their brother, E.L.
officials the weather will be exhibits' from all over the Special literature on the :caches french bread, milk. tints,00"all the coopera Study No. One will rehearseSaturday p.mChoir School 10 a.m., Worship Services Kelly. In Bradford County
better the later date and t he state,grandstand act, giant Importance of conservation& WEDNESDAY* Chicken custemere 11 a.m. Wednesday .. Saturday
at 6 on
Fair ""'will. begin after I the midway a circus: .and. \food,, ,. was"" made available by the *ith rice, green lima beans, the cookie chairman Chandler Is Baptist p.m.Ebeaeser Church;i Prayer Meeting 7 afternoon.Hospital .<
,... Florida of cranberry sauce applesauce for Troop YPE Friday 1 pm
., ,J. Department 694. All Scouts Tuesday 9:30: Bible Class p.m Miss Kathy Casey of Starke
butter milk. Troop ew are Baptist
and Consumer liscuits, peanut :
Agriculture Evergreen
Meat loaf wed to get the cookies from Thursday 6:30: p.m. Prayei School 10 a.m.. visited her grandparents Mr.
I Santa Fe Office Open Mon Thura.The Services Following Division the of Forestry.program tattered THURSDAY potatoes: green the chairman. Meeting. Sunday 9:30: a.m. Sunday Worship Services 11 a.m. and and Mrs Fred Moore on
Troop 684 Sunday School. Morning Friday at noon.
students took part In planting )Mans pears rolls butter. Wednesday will meet Evening 7 p.m.,Training Union 6p.m., Selita Lee and,
Ie at 3:30: instead of Worship 11 a.m., Wednesday 7 Mrs.
new Santa Fe College trees shipped from the 'ullk. Tuesday. 3 Freewill Prayer Meeting Michele Lee were
Monday throuKh Thursday .: Mot bun. Worship 'p.m.
FRIDAY dog on dater
Division of :
Starke Center office locatod! Coordinator .Bernard!ft\ '. Forestry baked beans Baptist Church along with p.m.Faith Radio afternoon guests ofMlchele
nurseries. The small trees :olo flaw, Baptist: '
to Bradford High School U F'' DELL CHAPTER Church Youth will Mr.
McFadden can be reached at milk. lift OES WPXE 8 ..m. s grandparents,
were offered at no coat to the applesauce Program on
now open during the regul.ar 964-8382. ?Ii e ---- render a Youth Spiritual program School 10 and Mrs Gene Pearson ,
school hours 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. :, in school the state.and to all other schools "SERVICEMANCapt. Dell Chapter will hold Its" All members are asked Sunday.Worship Bible Services 11 a.m.a.m'l and Mrs. Marian Hall of
regular $10 whatever ,was a Saturday
meeting Thursday to pay or you Macclenny
The Lawtey P.T.O. will .Collins Receives February 9, at 7 p.m. 'All have been blessed with, 6:30: p.m., Prayer 6-30 Meeting overnight guest of her sister
r. meet Tuesday Feb. 14, at 7:30: Wednesday : p.m.
DLlinctiveService members asked Proceeds will go for the light Mrs. Hester Hicks.
are to bepresentS
p.m. A Book Fair will be held Ribbon, fixtures In the church. First Baptist: Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes
In the school library after a F. Collins: School 9:45: a.m..Worship Services d!
t Larry of
Captain dinner guests
DR H/L. C were Sunday J
) : M.D.
and 7:30 .
Harold.Collins. :
11 a.m. p.m.
,. musical program presentedby 'son of Mr. and Mrs. MARCH OF DIMES their mother Mrs. Earl 31
'J ,J singers from the 5th 6th ,.of Rt. 3. Starke. Fla., > Church ol God In Christ: Training Union 6:30: p.m..
l Announces The!Opening. Of His Office and 7th grades. Is now wearing a distinctive The;:fg,9 Mother's March Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Band Prayer Meeting on Teston.Mrs. Gene Pearson was
on Pastoral Teaching night at 7:30:
will Friday Wednesday
Lawtey Elementary member of
service ribbon as a President of
I Birth Defects ended Installed as A
? V soon be giving special which recently Tuesday, Sunday School 9:30: a.rn. Grace .United Methodist:
organization County
; For emphasis to those skills that an received the U.S. Air Force Jan. 31.It li hoped that every Morning Warship 11 a.m. wit Sunday School 9:49: a.m.t
of Commerce on
t .. + must be mastered by 3rd and Outstanding Unit Award. mother; cooperated In this Minister Dewey Taylor I In Worship Services 11 a.m and Chamber night at their annual

i'i Ei' GENERAL, : PRACTICE 'f' .''i skills 5th grade in Reading students.and Selected Math Captain officer Collins at Keesler an operations AFB.- activity, ;CHURCH charge.First YPWW Born 4:30.: Church: 7:30 pm.: p.m.and, Choir Methodist Practice Youth 7 Saturday banquet at Club.the Starke.Golfand'Country 1:

i '" At.i. ," will be emphasized on a' Miss.,was a member of the NEWS Service Friday: Prayer Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 Miss Billie Doreen Wilson
weekly basis with check-up S4th Weather Reconnaissance 7:49: PIT from
returned home Sunday
New Bethel
tests Baptist Tarrying Service. Sunda Baptists Sunday
4132 S.Ro,218 (To Clay Hillt) instructional being given presentations.Lawtey after the. Guam Squadron, that earned Andersen the award AFB Church: The Deacon and School '10:30: a.m. Horn School 10 a m.. Worship Ser- Louisville.weeks Ky.there.after spendingtwo

) Elementary will be for meritorious service. ., Deaconesses"' 17th will celebrate Mission 11:30: a.m. YPC\ vices 11 a.m. 'and 6 p.m.. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin

Middleburg, Fla. 32073 '. the Speedball host school Tournament.for 1978 The captain Jackson a 1964 graduate Senior their Sunday, Feb. 12, at anniversary 2:30: p.m. snd-or Gainesville exchange church.service with Prayer night at 7:30 Meeting: p.m.Wednesday Walters of Feastervllle. Pa.,
of Andrew The spent Thursday to Saturdaywith
\ *' Participants In the Jacksonville congregation all Pleasant Grave Unite Laura Baptist: Sunday
tournament will be Starke, Fla.High received an AB. degreeIn choirs members are Invitedto Methodist Church: Every fint School 10 a m., Worship Services Mr. and Mrs. Barry
Phone: 282-9333 Southslde. Brooker Hampton 1968, at Elon College Elon render services in St. and second Monday at 7 p.n 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Watts. Griff
Mr.and Mrs. Marcus
Augustine In Tabernacle
Adult Choir rehearse Wednesday
schools.and Lawtey The game elementary, will be College N.C. His wife of Mr.Sylvia andMrs : Baptist Church Sunday, Feb. Every Young Tuesday night Your Prayer night at 7:30.NorlMde:: and girls and Mr and Mrs.
Is the daughter of Starke
264-5601 5, at 11 a.m. Rev. G.G. Junior Choir rehearse Baptist Sunday Kenneth Coleman
played at Lawtey Friday Denmark of 1124
E.A. of
Feb. 17, beginning at 9 a.m. Glencarln St., Jacksonville MacAuthor, pastor Rev. Wednesday 7 pm. Prayer School 10 a,m., Worship Services were Sunday dinner guests .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,
Meeting. Thursday 7 pn 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. C
Bible Study. Sunday School 1 1 10 Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Wilkerson. and
a.m. Communion Service 3 Mrs. Wend Smyth
of Jacksonville
Elizabeth -
: daughter
-I---- -1 .-. --.- pm.ML Morlahi Wednesday Baptist Smyrna: Sunday Missionary School 10 spent the weekend

night Prayer Meeting Choir a.m.. Worship Services II with her parents Col. and

FOOD rehearsal will be held. Sunda am., and 7 p.m., BTS 9:49p : Mrs. William Wilson.
School 9:30: a.m.. Mornlr : .m., Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Worship 11 a.m. Wednesday 7pm.PERSONALS. Starling attended the 24th
Free Canaan True Churl I I Annual Preachers' Conference
of God Tuesday 7:45: Prayi. at Trinity in Jacksonville -
nlgl' during the week and
Meeting. Friday
Tarrying Service. Sunda Mrs. Joyce Futch of heard Evangelist Lester

i. F F R School Worship 6 10 p.m.a.m. Evenir t Blackshear of her sister, Ga., Miss, was Elizabeth a guest Roloff Col. and and Dr.Mrs.B.R. Lakln.William

Mt. Plsgah A.M.1. Terry from Tuesday to Wilson and daughter. Mrs.
Church: Choir rehears I Thursday. Her son, Terry Russell Lines and son. Rill J "
Saturday at 7 p.m. Sundi), Futch of Jacksonville Beach, Wilson. Jr.,of attended Commerce theChamber {(. .

School 10 a.m. Moron was their Wednesday dinner theSUikv\ ... t
banquet .uiry
Worship 11 a.m. guest. While here, Mrs. Futch
Greater Bethlehe, attended Mr. Pete Griff Is1 Club on Saturday night. i :d j
'U.S. PlOi 1
Freewill Baptist Cburcl* funeral Tuesday afternoon. ,\
KING SIZE LARGEFRESH on Mr. and Mrs. Larry \.1;'
Each Monday night Tiny To!1 When she returned home, she their ,
Norman. daughter ; ;
at 7:30 p.m.'Tuesda' winds had l'
BAKING rehearse : :1 found that strong Rhonda and mother, Mrs. Ola ,
night. Prayer Meeting:'. blown her carport roof off. Starling attended the Bible ,Mk!
BREAD Wednesday 7:30: Senior Che r Mrs. O.J. Anders spent a in .J' '
at Trinity
POTATOES GRADE A EGGS rehearsal. Thursday nig It few days with her son-in-law Conference Jacksonville during the week

DOZEN20oz Story Hour at 7:30, p.rn L.> and daughter Mr and Mrs. and heard Evangelist Lester
LOAF Thursday 8 p.m. The Hor e Johnny Jenkins and son
Roloff and Dr. B.U. Lakln. On
Visiting Committee will me 1 to' Robert of Milliard.U .
Friday the ladies wUl se Miss Debbie Martin and Saturday night they saw 1

g Lq 191! +oah gc dinners Friday from p.m. .the Junior.latch Ch 1friend"* and Mrs.of:Live Tommy. Oak Barnes visited Mr.and: Azanah", Temple Film' at,.,JacksonvilleRaputU ,IjM l "
'" /O "
,will meet. Friday the Pea,.er family on Satutday"aneJ'JloOQ,; .1\1i'1.' r' ti"
t, "'Ba/tdlwW.JIINt/ lhehoeei ,01 ..M..."+Tomm".c..YtolJ'O..1I4J Cle".n.a 6A/l'1Yf1.,/ 'KdttI'
Mrs. Rosa Williams. FrW y son Tom of Jacksonville) spent Mosley. tended the funeral,
I : : IK ,,_M MINAM IHum. ,U> f. Iff*. MMlm, arm swwl' -. It, -...... ... Q ) the Training and Worst'P Monday with her mother. of Mrs. Settle Boyle In Jacksonville
: ar.gain ,rrt ea.t, 'FRiii LV... : Committee will meet at S p.. I.> Mrs. C.K. Crewe. on Wednesday' p.m.
PORK CRILLFRANKS Saturday the monthly Sand,Y Miss Elizabeth Terry andS .Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan
COMPARE ':=:::""::' :'" School teachers conferen: Miss Arthurtne Blanchard 'were Sunday dinner guests of
DEPARTMENT 10' BUTTS M1IT Off t'fUMMY1AMD. will be held at 6:30. Sunday I s visited her sister. 'Miss Enza their son and daughterinlawMr.
Pastoral Day. Sunday Scho II 1 Blanchard and Mrs. Thelma and Mrs. Robt McClellanand
Chee''SIIc l ,/II thaw 98' IfSouTbriam .onoN/LAD..I/Oywa.oAer. "UI. 1199.P1 .. 9:30: :a.m. Morning Worship :I a I Wilson of Baker County son Jeff. 4+
a.m. Dinner 12:20: p.c. Nursing Home of Macclenny, Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan
S Worship 8 p.m. Mrs. Pierce Crews and herI daughter Mr and Mrs. Mails "
Sam Clues ..nam 58 n' sAva.o.AU L8. aN1wlAwr.AV. ( l Greater Allen Chap I I I niece Mrs. W.F. Atwood Reddish anc ions Donald and

.f4.i A.M.E. Church: Tuesda), were business visitors to Randall of late "Farm on
: ,M,,I UIY UN" night Prayer Meeting an(I' Jacksonville on Wednesday. Saturday p.IT.
IiY1'i': : SAUSAGE3T9199 Class meeting. Friday nlgl t; Mr. and Mrs. DR. Brown Mr. andtrs.. Kenneth
: Love Feast Service. Sunda), and daughter Cynthia visited Martin and family. Mr. and
: School 10 a.m. Mornln t their grandmother Mrs J.B. Mrs. Clifford Martin and
: mo. B J JOICAM Worship .Ham. Communio I Taylor Sr. of Jacksonville on family Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth
Service. All members ar t Thursday. Prater and family of Calhoun
COM ARE 'it COMPARE invited to attend. Rev. Leonard Melton attended Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Stewardess Board No. 3 will I a U.S. ArmyChaplain's Newell, of Quito, Ecuador
a DAIRY SIGNAL- or j ) serve Friday night fo.. Convention at Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin andfamily.

Soft Margarine i IUIM' 49' la 'l lei Cal:; rvogurt e.w25t u'PgatabIs Lovefeast service. Cocoa Beach Monday, and their mother J
ROLL PORK Plans are In the making fOI Tuesday and Wednesday of Mrs. Walter Martin, and her
Oil SpriaiJ 1S89 tor, Burdens'Cheest 'MM* M" qtrClglqE SAUSAGE79C the annual Woman's Da this week sister Mrs. Sidney Hansen t
: wit. _. = program to terminate Sunday) ,, Miss Cheri Lynn Wright gathered at the home of Mr. i
Biscuits t.i 4/59/ ,iv Cheese Spread tnl.$1' w Feb. 12. All members ar t the weekend with and Mrs. Ralph Martin and

"aG. asked to cooperate with th t sand Mrs. Robert Waldron family for a surprise birthday f

activity.AfroAmerican. and family of White Springs. dinner for Mrs. Walter Martin .
[! History 01>. Miss Lori Shinn spent the on Sunday.

( : -.................. (;.v servance Theme: Achlev. weekend with her friend Miss Denvil Crews and children
ST W vest merit, and Projections. Rennee Williams of Hampton and Henry Hodges and '
",BEEF! SMOKEDSAUSAGE Historical and basic fact I Lakes. ,children were Sunday dinner I
1 f will be presented through red.. Friends of James Anders guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie r f

p glon, music and poetry of th'I' (son of Mrs. O.J. Anders) of Crews and family.Mr. .
"Negro" at our first annul: Palatka, regret to learn that and Mrs. Wayne
EM5J FRMM rVNBTASTtSKINLESS 1V P.O.HORMlTLS Sl89 observance of Afro-America I he is a patient In North Spainhour, of Ocala. spent d
"rrrr. .. GROUNDBEEF History Sunday. Feb.8.at 7:3: FYHE pm. at Greater Bethleher:I Gainesville. Our prayers are with Rev and Mrs. David ,'
FRANKS Freewill Baptist Church. with him. Brown. They attended ,'
"i8 TASTESLICED:, .....aI_ (1:;) The entire month 01 r On Monday. Jan. 23. Mrs. services with them at First '
.AVa tae AND I 68CII' February has been designate:I Leonard Melton entertained Baptist Church Sunday
3/11 l 8s = : SAUSAGE as Afro-American Histor the minister's wives of the evening.,

r' Mil,.MZZLAlMMV. Month. New River Baptist Association r
PANTS PRIDE BOLOGNA IAN a o FnosrTCHIPPH b' Other presentations will b at her home. It was a Needs
.. ;..it u"e: ?
Macedonia Church
CO 16or PACKAGE ) 12. 89C at Baptist ioclal gathering which meets
: OKEED ".ca. Hampton, Feb. 12 at 2:30: pie every month. She served deli- To Meet
N'N.M 81,833
; N,: MEATS An art collection exhibitin cious refreshments.
LLS, / wo.no'Tool C some of the live work of Ear We are happy! to report that ,
Save m. jlflBt Seal Goal
ia : B Barber Jessie J. Arron an Mr. Mlle Dobbs was able to Christmas
59 c c a.Ital........ C;sr) others Honored Day who w 1 return home Friday from
AvN.. SAVE 1U: .Aces// 'waes row are and where we are will b Bradford County Hospital Bradford County can reach .

'. presented at New Bethc after spending a week there. its 1977 Christmas Seal goal of
RIBS Baptist Church Sunday Fet We pray that he will continue 11,833 with additional 1
iA WESTERN *' 19, at 2:30 p.m. Other act;! to improve. donations of 1S38.00 said JohnR.
18 ionot.AVI suNa .119, vities to come will be announced Regina Eunice daughter of Ibach Jr., M.D.A .
1011 A Lati LARGE RIPE FRESH REDD'ANJOU later. Plan to atten< Mr. and Mrs. Gene Eunice reminder according to i ''

MOUNT AM MOWN POUND \ DELICIOUS $ 99 r these activities visited her grandparents Mr Dr. Ibach was sent to put 9
''=' DOLEPINEAPPLE RED RIPE ---------- and Mrs. Harold Eunice on donors who did not contribute

PEARS C' APPLES SAV1M; .' .L P.... {if:) Saturday evening.We this year."Weare counting on y
TOMATOESLARGE UNO O_IV SERVICEMEN are happy to report that County residents to put forth
Mr.Harold Eunice was able to maintain .
LN CHIPPEDBEEF extra effort so we can
tAll .._---------..,--- return home Friday from extend
: toe programs
20 59' I .3"Se ffw Cox In "Red FIa," Bradford County Hospital which help lung patients"
EACH after being there 10 day. We
79C TACAirman'First'Class grid Dr. Ibach. "Even
SIZE Exercise By
: ., ;pray that he will continue to reaching last year's level will

SAVE 304: SAVE. 4C: A.LB Joseph I Improve.Mr. not cover inflation' Impact. a
TEMPLE FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. Kenneth shrinking dollar and higher
E. Cox, son of .
...,.. j.... 'e .M.M- (;::.\ Henry E. Cox of RL 2, SUrke Burkhaller. of Valdosta Ga.. costa" Ill
atr GRAPEFRUIT M..laALL gr; in "Ret I were Saturday dinner guests The Christmas Seal Campaign .
'Si.AW GREEM Jgg* | MIAT Flag.recently" a participated continuing Tactical I of Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette started 1907 to com-

1' GREENS e 1 OR BIDWIENERS Command training exercise and children. bat tuberculosis, serves as the' !
L: R' sAIAQ'; : CABBAGE / Air conducted at Nellls AFB Mrs.Pierce Crews attended ,major source: of funds for)hung
: church at Morgan Road associations to' and ,
( nl Nev. prevent: I
PM< ,"G 129 jI. Airman Cox b a AFB weapon Fla.with Baptist Mr. and Church Mrs.,on Ward Sunday Landls control all lung diseases.
at Eglin
mechanic '
the 33rd Tactical 1 Flghtei r were Sunday dinner guests of In fact Northeast Florida la
their daughter Mrs. Mary well! Its to
tie iff tilessett to accept PANTRY PRIDEQMICKOATS : TRASH 'CAN: _...........1'1.' .. ,(iyFi Wing.An.Air Force-wide exercise' : Alice Corothers of on figure way of 190,309.topping Iaatyear's

.ii':: "Red .Flag" provides pilot.i Worthington Ernest Springs.Hewitt of Tallahassee '
LIHE.R ,Mrs.
.. with realistl<
I. ) and crews
I spent some time with
under simulate) '
8'8..s training her parents Mr. and Mrs. ;
""" conditions. Clarified Ad*
"' 19, e combat
Arlle Dobbe. Her t
COUPONS "" I Mr1hE.F=YHMlMt .la a 197 II
airman Results'
fo corjJNrr I *mn*) graduate The of Bradford Hlg It and daughter Mr. and Mrs. I Bring (,

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i I" KtltIf 1" MOST CRA EFUL
d.'47 '
anyone thinks that being Gentlemen:

Boy Traps, Minister of Music of a The writer' wj If pass over

Southern'Ba1ltlstChurch: II a his obligation lid duty U he
"cushy job.1 ten minute In : did not writappreciation this letter of

It doesn't happen often but when it similar airtight units from which the the company of William (Bill) I .i

does the doors have not been removed. George who shifted gears to a
occur, consequences<< are usually slower a. of I On Sundtfy Jan. 29, St
!serious.' .. sometimes fatal. I. Jan. 29 pacei I convince Sunday Edward's Jfchurch:! served a
The siaiuie aiso.f. makes to u unlawful for otherwise. you I delicious J upper and the

Reported incidents of children being any junkyard or secondhand furniture f childrenJr of ,the parish

locked inside old, abandoned dealer to display any such units in unenclosed Sunday marked the end ofGeorge' L I present fed, a comic program.
of theStarkfe.
fort senior citizens
IL '
12-year tenure as
refrigerators have occurred only twice premises unless the doors have Minister of Music at the Keystone Heights and

I in Bradford County over the last five or been removed. It does not apply to any Starke First Baptist Church a lIam pton areas. Number-less

six years but one resulted in death, dealer who has fenced and locked his demanding but eminently pc le have told me how much:

\ and the outcome of the other the premises.All satisfying Job. which had only ., th enjoyed this affair Also
latest is still in doubt, with a six-year. onedraw ck.*.it left him too r II iV e all wondered how It"was
little time for '1)) ",Bible to prepare such, a
tarrU.frlend.}; ,
old boy confined in the hospital for a such units have been classified as and hobbles. ride I variety or fine, food.
week after being nearly suffocated "attractive nuisances" to children and I _

during u two-hour accidental Imprison- termed a menace to their health and George emphasizes' that The fellowship and to spirit'
them whetheror music ministry I* "a big was an inspiration anyone
ment. safety when accessible to who has become depressed
if done
not such children are trespassers. program right requiring and disillusioned feeling.that.. .
a busy 8 to 5, f Monday *
Several years ago the Florida through Friday schedule, .. no one cares. Certainly the
legislature passed Statute No. 823.07 Any person violating provisions of planning music for the various members of St. Edward' j

designed to prevent deaths due to suffocation these statutes is guilty of a mis choirs and church services;; I I that proved(there that many are many do care kind.and \I

of children locked in such "attrac demeanor of the second degree, and "keeping ahead" 'with new M 'ti 6rr ,thoughtfull, persons around us.

tive .nuisances" as abandoned or discarded would be guilty of a third degree felonyin music, ordering:.cataloging,,
and storing music. 'J,library .! The Senior' Citizens of
iceboxes refrigerators deepfreeze event of death or permanent physicalor materials; ''''I Bradford County will always

lockers washers dryers or mental injury of a minor child resulting counseling choir absentees, : remember and be grateful to

.- from "wilful and wanton mis- and new or prospective choir ? the member of St. Edward'
conduct amounting to culpable members; visiting 1 with'' '' Church and Father FoJey for
church member*, 'tick and' their' thoughtfulness'.and :!
of the
negligence on the part person shut-ins; and coordinating the kindness giving these older\.

committing the violation. music training here and at William (Bill\ ) George clears"Ms desk before timing out 12 years of outstanding serviceto folk a very pleasant evening.,
Lake Yale, Harmony Bay, and church and community a.Minister of Music of Starke First Baptist
,ff Like a lot of other good statutes, this Ridgecrest. a 1st Vice Vernon President.E. Olin ,

one is often ignored and uninfcreed Now he plans to "take a "Good News." "Tell It Like teaching Sunday School! have gone on to musical: Bradford County and the most commendable law on the vacation" from church! work U I.." "Natural High and helping with WMU and careers are Don Hardy; Senior Citizens''

books is only as good as Its enforcement.The for a while and concentrate on "Jonah's Whale of a Tale" are Brotherhood programs, and minister of music with the
a hobby he hopea to developinto Christian leading in prayer meetings. Westside Baptist Church HOW DO YOU SPELLCIGARETTESf 5
of such accidents does not a modest business the musicals thatfhave filled his Several times when the Gainesville; Bill McRae
rarity art of keeping pianos (his church and the community at church was without a pastor, vocal music director at Bradford -
make them any less reprehensible or available in School and ,Gall Editor Telegraph:
favorite musical Instrument) large with musical in plra- he was always High ;
any less deplorable when they occur. in top condition, no'matter, lion. Sunday night the First times of sickness" sorrow, or Hatcher Weaver who Is now' I thought you 'mIght like to "j[
The death of even one small boy or girl is what their age. George Baptist congregation was death- visiting with families attending the seminary I Ir use a copy of this letter which ?
not worth ell the junk refrigerators in started piano tuning as a treated to a medly of tunes and officiating at funerals.By Dallas. 'Another former I have written to Dr. R. Lee (
hobby and now plans to ex- from these productions protege. Paul Falkner, is a Clark, president of the' }
the county. pand his service In this line bringing back many nature a modest much credit man talented organist, though not American Cancer'' Society,, a
from the family instrument to memories the past 12 years. Bill George gives In mimic work professionally, with a copy to Jos. A. ,>
Six-year-old Johnny Davis who had a those of the general-public. Bill made the annual music for volunteers his musical who helped successes him as to One of George's own children, Califann" Secretary of Health,1,

harrowing experience inside the big. Eventually he hopes to have camps at Harmony Bay Lake leaders for the youngest choir his .19-year-old daughter Education and : ,
fNtt i.. have his own shop where he will rebuild Yale, and Ridgecrest a Ellen is a music major al
white box last week might a he loaded typists for cataloging the Stetson University. When I was 25. I landed In'
for us if he could tell it. Un- and recondition old light each year as Music Library Pianists and the Norfolk County Hospital.* '
message Bus" and went
which like '
of "Jesus
fortunately Johnny is still in Bradford pianos some the organists who'were always Besides his wife 'f and Massachusetts for what I .
contain better with the young people
cars along Council
and Music
available daughter Ellen George'sfamily assumed would be a short
County Hospital due to his long confinement material than newer models. serving along with his wife anti members who supervised the circle consists of three slay, but alas I was In bed for i I,
Ih'l1l1l..Iwll.. Jr wits in door ofwlHTp without sufficient oxygen. as consultants teachers and of the }
'by his guiding planning more children David 22 now several years and my total'
Bill George cornea {
.. Ills |>l.iMiiite. hi x-l paroldlohiint counselor and
.fl"ll.I"III..r interest In music naturally entire music program, studying data processing al time there was about three Land
Iii II\H. was. Irupperl|)| l for mare than luolimns many, many more. Santa Fe Community College; half years-T.B, legs 'i -
that Johnny's story Inherited family trait. Bill has beenin
: almost MiffmullnK. left IH Johiint'Ht Let's sure as an In the 12 years ''
havean lie was born and reared on a Starke he has served in Among the young people Tracy 17, a BHS junior, and paralyzed and In a mild coma
fouml it might
the time
'..,. ). .llrllu t <>\ iiiKl'Hi. w In lliiull> isn't repeated. Next business major and Denny, of the
"lost". 'urn Id'OitfrnitiHdiMir> has .ulncr liven' ending. farm near Winston Salem many areas other than music that trained under George and part )JimaPreviously _
even more tragic 15, a BHS sophomore.On
of his earliest
rcnosrsl mill leans uitjinsl. Hi side. N,C., and one I had been
memories is of helping with Sunday night January smoking a pack and a half of
the household chores often at 29. the church honored the cigarettes a day. Even though 0I ;
the side of his mother. "We 'Bill George Family" with I could not blame my troubles ton :
I Carter were a singing family" he County Agents By reception after the evening) them. I decided if I did get .'' \
phobia said, "and as we did a job we Bobby +itr. : worship service. The entiri out I' would never smoke', ;,;

would harmonize on some of Notebook hour was devoted to congr again and I have ,never<>j ,

the old-timehymns". favorite.. Taylor gatlonal singing and special \
ironic is this his folk tunes phoneslll4-4128Q .. mimic by the Children'sChoir ,
What kind of sport sticking, to guns espousing an unpopular -" ;
E.&enaloa ,
that a large segment; of the voting public, nergyprogram, ; ,%nda! ,,, ;"Wfl'ilJe' ,MM; motJw':' lfIht.1 Ali.. {"",'u", MluHl' .. : !" ... Wl CnpliVuhciefr'Ihe tti.VovifhQioirncl direction the Adult of B... >o rUaeyrml4rwsWb4'relatives !
endless time, money and effort troversial Panama Canal Rev. O,J. Denny, a Primitive the leave the guuu
spends Mr Throughout
shrub'roots George.
,I "setting| a man up in office, only to take watched him on television again the Baptist preacne foil mote, ,. Planning l a home"garden Tree with and vegetable plantsfor service, reflections were 1 because In too many 'Ea.ehyl', '
If I compete
than 60 ev. J Inny'sbrother thin spring? so, hope you smokers and
years heavy :::
pt'r\C'ro pleasure in knocking/ him down other night/ and felt a sense of pride as was Emory penny, ,''have done some planning to nutrients and water. If the made back over the 12 years they of were ,
died cancer
again.l Could it be that in bringing the a North Carolina ,' state help make this pn 4!ct a garden must be located near he has served the church as I f i'

leader down to their own level they are, supreme court justice who success. Good plans can save trees or shrubs, dig a ditch 1'> Minister of Music. There is a TV com mer

way, elevating! themselves served along with; U.S. you a lot of time and money to 2 feet deep and place Many friends and church that goes like this: "Ho /-d i :.
in Mime strange Senator Sam Ervin and will make your garden a roofing paper or a sheet of for you spell Relief?"and pey tin
members were
? good experience for you and plastic film along one side of present various walks of liferso.n8 ;
"Our home was the the trench. Refill the ditch this occasion and expressedtheir R-o-l-ff WV* .-
Arline Greer your family "I spell Relief ,
for the Denny with soil to form a barrier to deep appreciation to the -I-d-I e
gathering is how I spell u 1
This has been for their that teliel" c
Witness! Jimmy Carter clan on holidays and other Some early considerationsin roots. George family many these lines Ito w
called the winter of Carters discontent.His important family functions" your plan would be the years of devoted service to the Along', the fo ld like' j"
the andown, some George said. "After theholiday selection of a site proper Generally you can grow a church and congregationFORESTRY, propose \\Q'oIlng( : ,_ v'
ratings in |pills wherever weeds "How do you. "'"itpell sc
It the family vegetables and varieties anda good garden .
feast was
back ? With
trimmed numerous"replies
of l His are or cigarettes .
objectives that
for the will Avoid areas
do around the paper plan grow.
She like Carter custom to gather
mi ice "I spelt cifl
members of Congress : CoA.NCERthat'
the arettes
.lUindoncd.. unfriendly fire for a good old- arrangement of vegetables are low and wet during I j.
about relations with the open ,- Later plans include soil gardening season. A fertile 'ow I spell
gripe| fashioned family sing "
Administration sometimes justifiably he spoke of caring about these issues as preparation, fertilizer and easily worked soil is best but cigarettes! AM ;NWi .

but more often on well as about jobs for all who want to George never had any actual lime, bedding and planting other soils such as sands may H.Summers
t perhaps; work, and for humanrights as both 'a national voice training, however cultivation irrigation, Insect be used. Since some IN BRADFORD COUNTY n. Fla
purely\ petty .personal! grounds and international concern. until his parents moved to the and disease control and gardeners have little choice in Hampton
St. Petersburg area in the harvesting and using. soil they can greatly improvean byllllnkCochranIMPROPER -

The President was given authority to "But I was stunned when immediately 1950's and he joined the choirof Most vegetables may be unfavorable of soil with
reorganize(' executive branch, but the the tele- the First Baptist Church of In throughoutour applications organic DIAGNOSIS
his speech gardens
following and
,changes wen so minor as almost to defydetection. vision analysts told me the speech offered wife Largo Audrey Later,, both entered he and South-his grown area if Even grown in the such proper as compost.materials such as manure RESULTS TREATMENT ININCORRE DQ(! ( ((3WliJlI1Jl1

The vital energy bill on which modest affair seasons. crops
nothing new, was a western Baptist Theological and .
the future economy of the country at best, and would have very little Seminary In Fort Worth to asparagus artichokes rhubarb provide globe Sifver Queen variety sweet When was the last time your aJUrn ,
depends lies neglected in a deadlocked How dare they tell study music. He majored invoice for corn Is white and Golden family doctor made a house
the public. experiences
'onC'rt'ncommittee.. impact on and served in the music satisfactory Cross Bantam variety is call diagnose an illness you .?". byW .....
congressional ( what I was thinking and feeling? many gardeners although varieties five llUmS.II
me department of several Texas yellow However, had: One two or years
Tax reltirm and a balanced budget! stillelude churches while a student these crops are differ not only in physical ago? When was the last time sJ

reality while in foreign affairs "It is unfortunate that the television adapted here. appearance but also in such you called a forester to diag-- The V.ifterans rv Ice Officer Adwmislra-

:Vtr. Sadat: and ;\lr.IIt'hrtn feud endlessly.In industry does not content itself with During 19GO-1962. while Grow vegetables that are ways:( as internal quality nose a problem occurring in ion IV R;. d Mq jwre pay GI BiU
It serving as music director with liked by you and your family. resistance to diseases and your: prized yard tree? student K for dropping courses
presenting events as they happen. Other considerations should climatic Select
In adaptability
Memorial A veter
the |pessimistic view of f Pat Holt, performs a valuable service here and, Whitfield Pensacola, he metW.A be the size of your garden and varieties suggested the Trees like humans need mid-tel' an m who'can drops find a himself course

former thief of staff of the Senate while editorializing is its perogative. it is Hogan. who was to be called\ the nutritive value of the "Vegetable Gardening food water and sun to carry owing he VAhaving money or at

Foreign/ Relations! Committee the truth presumptious and out of line when it attempts later as pastor of the Starke vegetables. Guide" (Circular 104)) because out their daily chores.Is absent If one or of least his monthly

is that: "Thl.Unitt.d States Governmenthas to color people's minds with its First Baptist Church George four garden will be handy they successful have Florida.proven Try to new be these thrown elements out of balance by edutati; onal payment cut proportion
the First Baptist '
to btely.
liemme almost unmanageable. Thebureaucracy own pundits' evaluations. went on of Winter Garden and to plant, cultivate and harvest different items to Increase fungi bacteria viruses or a
Church '
is gripped by a massive when Rev. Hogan came to if it Is near the house. Locate your gardening pleasure.A mechanical agent their per The A encourages GI BIUstuden

inertia Congress is indecisive and hascomplicatlrl "All of us are"capable. of reading Starke In the mid.6o'a. he'' the garden near a source of formance deteriorates. Jts problem"
water for irrigation. Many plan of the garden shouldbe Special attention is needed drop /ng courses
its problems by taking and the music
own in images, offered George
listening, looking surround their
gardeners prepared on and a medicine applied. to uVe GI Bill tutorial
cluttering up the Capitol with excess deciding what they mean to us It is fine directorship here That.was )2 garden with a fence showing the location of paper each assistance benefits' to avoid

staff. The presidency frequentlydeseribed for a TV newscaster to tell us what he or years ago. sufficiently high and close crop,the amount to be plantedon Division of Forestry County both education and financial

as the most powerful office in she thinks* but please don't presumeto George'' looks back with understandable woven to keep out poultry each date crops to follow Foresters are available to Inspect setb ck. It is a free-service
dogs rabbits and Identify and provide which_ is not charged againstthe
the world, has become a paradox. The hinkl"Ccmmeniing satisfaction to
tell us what we Such a fence not only projectsthe earlier ones and the variety recommendations that will ; veteran's basic
President can summon Air Force One his mote than a decade of ser., garden but also serves as of each vegetable to be help you put your tree on the educational e!' tlen'lent.;
hordes of military aides and other that she wept as funeral vice in a demanding job and a trellis for pole beans, planted. No one plan will suit road to recovery or prevent
Hubert especially to his associationwilhhunredsof and other the needs of everyone! further spread The government did not pay
flunkies, and briefing I papers by the services were' televised for young people tomatoes crops from for tutorial assistance for

!I'orl'.lIut beyond this, he has very little Humphrey, who she believed in as a of the church and communitywho needing support. develop the information your'plan on proper Successful treatment of any World War II and Korean

power.... to get anything done" "good man," Ms. Greer added "...but, have received musical Locate the garden In full varieties,spacing. and dates of peculiarity requires correct Conflict veterans, but under
even as I mourn I look with hope at training with him Some have sunlight If possible. If you planting given in the identification. Many Insect present law VA will pay as
his on to full time musical must choose morning Gardening and fungi Injuries are so much as $96 a month for such
And VN e might add, he has very little another good man, who d is having\ gone "Vegetable
/ careers. And it goes without, exposure to full sunlight is Guide." common they can be readily help up to a maximum of $&28.
help from those who spend their time lumps these days. I am not a number in saying that "Big G," as he is' more beneficial than identified. Others require a In addition to veterans and

trying/ to bring him down rather than any poll, and I do not agree with the known to the youth and many, afternoon exposure. Put root I'll discuss other more intensive Investigation. active duty servicemen

boost him up or push his program media analysts. However if ,anyone adults holds a special place in,; crops, tomatoes, corn! considerations in later tutorial benefits are available
forward. wishes to know, I am, still hanging in the hearts of those who have. potatoes, cucumbers antimelons articles. In the meantime call It would be foolish to Invest to widows widowers spouses
worked with him or who have in as full sunlight as your County Agent's Office if large sums of money and time and children studying under
there right where I was one year ago received Inspiration from possible. Most of the leafy you have questions treating a tree with fungicides the VA' Dependents
In reply to those who constantly admiring! JimmyCarter, as he took listening to his musical crops can withstand more problems. pro only to find out the roots were Educational Assistance Pro-
criticize and profess disillusionment his memorable stroll down Pennsylvania groups. shade. severed during home construction gram. "

with Mr. Carter and his motives. Arline Avenue after taking office as Presidentof i : It just won't restore Veterans and servicemen

Greer, columnist with the Gainesville the United States.."' the vitality you had hoped for attending school: at the post-
BRADFORD secondary level on at lat ahalftime
Sun, expresses our sentiments"when she 4\1't. .I Your yard trees are an basis are eligible if

says: Well said; Arlene. Would there were > investment. They will provideyou they have a deficiency in a

more with faith like yours among the aCTlrl : QIili'NCEra: shade fruit beauty, and subject required in an

"...I have read fuUual: newspaper accounts cynics who "full of sound and ,fury, p additional Income should you approved program of
decide to sell home. education.
and have watched President signifying nothing." get their kicks by 4j. \ ; Applications certified by

Carter's news conferences and have felt tearing down editorially, rather than C/qrI7e ; f' BOB FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLED So take the time to provide the veteran's school, should be
quite differently. I have admired him for building up.: N Publishers proper tree care and main made on VA Form 22-l990t

Published each Thursday mdblued, a wconti t Oam Mann at the Pat Office M Starki, Ha, under tenance. If your tree!U ill, within a year of the tutoringand
discover the cause and apply should be submitted to the
Actof March 3, 1879 J +kSuealptlon
STI ko' a ? e <, gDIIEO! E SNeL'S7o id wINV: rate In trade area: (7 per yaw; $4 six month. proper medication. maintains VA Regional the-veteran's Office which
gutsidetrade area: $8 per year $.50 six months. --- claim
Nrt'EO.rE r .t Phone 9646306 Starke, Fl.11' .. older Campus. veterans
y p7 batter
i-r T'FNhr I "No one can rive your office oV local VA office
advice thonyoursslf.Cicer! ", have thai. form* and detail
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I : lagers WiiV&In 'Row: ; : .4'8-a: 9'$: t UQPlenn,.,.;. ,..... .: FIIi l\I\ 'ei'fi.1ie' .ifSeT'm.s..,.

Maiu nltIt'tt.c.,: l *frow': : the Freddie Hollis 9, Kevin Miller ,01IS45-UI1d32'< and from under the basket by il the loutth 11-1 but the first Buc.hhoiiU.BHSl' ? The Florida/!/ !W i and
Bradford High junior varsity 8. andEdward Hamilton 8. throwing 411)0'baU, tacK,. up vJ lU ileticlt: was too much to ,' Fiah Commission

basketball Baby Tornado basketball*!* after *' ercome. Fresh Water
team rolled rebounding
48-39 BHS was.39 percent from, the came alive for their fourth win "We were cold.Just about as will hold public hearings
Tuesday night over visiting field hitting/ of 54 shots, and Shell bucketed 8'of U shots .What killed us Was we cold as we could be" Mid the state to
Bishop Kenny the win coming against eight losses Monday from the field. Bass bit 8 for went to the free throw throughout!
6 of 15 from Uw free throw 15 Coach Hancock of last Friday'hight's Into the
breezing 65-32 by ., allow public input
on the heels of a 69-32 she- 12. Edward Hamilton was 4 tlmea"in the first half and in Gainesville
flecking of Union High. line.Shell grabbed a game high the Union High jayvee five in for 7, Kevin Miller 5 for Wand .came'away)' with only four which BHS game lost 52to the r future management of Floridawildlife
For the week the Tornado a game played before the UHS 'Harold Walker 3 for 8, '. 1 ;'"' said Coach resources.
14 rebounds Hollis 10, Miller Hancock. Buchholi High junior
pOur varsity. Larry
student body in Lake According to Major
Butler. -
JV I leases five to broke Bolles even.02-27 2-2-, after and 8. Bass 8. and Hamilton 5. "We played well. It was .'r/5 t I ll there,own noting opportunity Belles bad was .Buchholz led' all the.w.y.ln Martin Regional Manager for l,.
Kevin Brendler's 16 pointsled 22 handing the Bradford jayvee
the best total ball- Commission, the northeast
probably Miller had t rebounds.Bass
Buchholz S2Thct field goals and BHS
current Bishop Kenny.BHS had 18. five its seventh low of the
wUI be held
we've said Florida hearings
BHS record is 48. game played 7, and jShell \., A)
had a one point 13-12 Coach Hancock. \'- season.. Buchhotx went to the. the following locations:
The jayvee cagers host edge after the first period but BHS shot 43 \ 'MVimiased the front end of free throw line 18 limes, the Jacksonville
hitting '
percent February
Santa Fe .J. \ five one and one't.
tomorrow We
night went down 12-4 In the secondfor had the Bradford five Just twice.
((Friday,.Feb 3)) in a 6:30: .m. 29 of 67 field goal attempts. ,: opportunity to stay In the at the independent Life
p a "seven point, 2417. "That makes .N.l: ILI* 1/ N Buchholz had 22 field goals I .
difference Auditorium.
a ,
preliminary' contest Idle deficit The Big Red came Coach Hancock noted. UH rU 1 Y 14 MH ballgame and didn't take ad- Bradford 18. The Baby Reds 22.: Perry, at
of February
Saturday the cagera next back with a strong1second half ... vantage It"Fresh. were 18 for 88 from'the field
"We just played with .... Sll.. NMIIItM. rf> ; Forest Capitol Hall.
Tuesday,Feb. 7,'will travel,to effort, winning the third enthusiasm we haven't had some in Mllltr(...11. M Hli....*.MMlll4. ,N. .or 27 percent. The hearings will begin at 7pm.
Live I Oak.to take on Swuannee i44 ... .. .. .,.. I
and Kevin
period the fourth 174. a while.We Just got everything Walks r Mc rW4)ll.. .a0") '. Hollis scored'lame a Miller was the only The agenda for the
High. .awror" 14.1. Totals 11.41.VHS
t '. going that we haven't had J.nkl041.,WMk 11.45.5.a.s high 16 point for BUS. Tornado double figures hearings will allow discussion
ass, '1) 4 14 ,j.4* ,. ,441.01.54.. Kevin Miller 10 points. The 8-3 Miller also of
going the coach said lI. 0er*44-11 added 13 and had13rebowfds. from the floor on a variety
1IIIS4H KIIU Kl II 1.31 .
& 1 '.a. MrtMtl ,... retail 14-4-n. led Tornado rebounding with
.Htl as 1111. MimlllM. analyzing the victory. Curtis Shell had 7 outdoor related matters.
A balanced Icorlng'effort "' ".., ...... HoHII ...... IhMt. 14-11 4-H Frazier Baas and Curtis rebounds and Freddie Hollis 6. 8. Edwin Hamilton Freddie Major Martin urges anyone
and domination of the boardswas BUS 37.Bolles 52
the Walter' ...Mc.rld. .4./. TM114. nIL + Shell led BHS with 16 points BHS was 19 for 53 for 36 Hollis and Curtis Shell each with an Interest In Florida

far theBahy": winning Tornadoes.combination l.hop, "tunny., Holundori...... I'., each. Bass hit mostly from The Bolles game was.'just percent from the field. added Bass had 8 rebounds 5 rebounds.and Frazier wildlife resources. to attend
Frazier' Bass led scoring line 141, Intel. II.?,. .r4m, ...r I.(.14 around the top of the key plusa about as bad as the Buchholz the meeting
With II points.Cunis Shell 10. D.1n1.1.k4.4.,.%'- V.edsrh.r/1141 I TMMif break.couple Shell of layu hit from the the fast game the night before, Coach .
wing .MI i t u i nu
Hancock said, as BHS lost its '
R .- 8th game 5237. ....Ht.., .: ,n/YNn to ,it tH 41 If 1111114. uHi Two Arrested.In,
Bolles led all the way In the ., Sail .*.. "....11I... IK.MIIW .
game played Saturday night aHa- 5441 .r. ......11'... l-..l.Milter / ...... IMIIIt- -....., MM. ...-.. HWamtr .. Food Store Robbery
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EXTRA ADDED SALES ITEMS H-l .1. 1 1 ,u.....11.-... H.HKKt I ., M Walks 14 Total l II1 -
in Jacksonville after the ; < -M.Tst.ln. .r.41mturl ..,. Kevin Miller goes up for' two
.... .
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In the 4S-39 JV win
uriiMf /4ahh.la-.ar4.r4 points.
I* It Chlinm frI
Jackson Thomas Brooks
first period and 38-16 at the ., ... ., 21
I*,TM 44 a.1. 1 .M.ln 1-.., DMtev + .AIMMMr 414. .Kin* Tuesday night over
Bishop of
half. The Baby Tornado five T.w.wla 1'1..51.x44144! IkllMMr I.tl 44.II, .ere.! l-l, Polls. ..,.,. TM4U11m. : Hampton was arrested
,For Preferred Customers won the third period. 18-13 and ,*. T r.14. ,...1' ,.(... Kenny. Saturday night and charged
,{ with the January 26 robbery of
Senior Boys the Junior Food Store located

BHS Girls Have Losing WeekThe TravelTo on Keystone SR.100 Heights just west.. .. of

BHS girls varsity The team did show Improvement aging about 35 points per Also arrested In connectionwith
LADIES 1 GIRLS Basketball team had a poor ,as they had lost by game and will probably be DelandTen the case and chargedwith
week losing all three of the a 30 point spread to Florida D playing college ball this time accessory was'' Vickie
games played. &: B earlier in the season. next year," said McGrlff. Padgett of Starke.
TOPS Starting the week off at "We should have won. but boys from the Senior According to the Bradford
TOPS home the team lost to the didn't,"..said McGriff, Boys Basketball league will County Sheriff's Department
The women continue to play travel to' Deland this
'strong Clay High 3255. Brooks entered
I / very In the final for Wednesday Feb. 1 at Mac' Saturday Feb. 4. to play an report. the
Values'To M709 '' "We played well at times, game the store around : lost
Values To '52P500 but got off to a slow start1 week the Tornadoes lost to denny. Friday. Feb. 3 they Invitational tournment with' Thursday night robed! the
Hawthorne 47-66 Monday. will host St. Augustine at 5 four teams participating
said Coach Jerry McGrlff. cashier Caroline Law, of
Missing crucial shots lost "We,,'played them pretty pm Tuesday Feb they will Starke will play Deland at 10 around $30 or(40and made his
the Tornadoes to Florida D&B close, except for the second again host P.K. Yonge at 8 a.m. 'get-away by car.
I We couldn't stop No. 11 p.m.
Saturday in, a close game 51-
krertda Tornadoes 110. MeetingA
53. Hutchins who is aver- are now Community It was reported that he had

Community' Meeting, hm hand In his pocket and told
I represented by Target Area the cashier he had a weapon
BUS 32-CHS 53IUIS 011551FLD&853 BUS 47-I1IIS M representatives for low- although the weapon was not
1 10 12 '.31 BHS 14 8 It 14 4.51 BUS 11 6 14 l'-47 income citizens of Bradford seen
CHS 13 13,, 18 11 55 FLD&B 815 10 14 6-S3 IIIIS: 14 17 16 IS M County 'Including 'Starke Brooks remains in the Brad
: Hampton, Brooker, Lawtey. ford jail with no bond set
MOThERGOOSE BUS: J., Easley ....-.. J. and Speedville. will be held in. Padgett was released on a
BUS: Rasley 3-I-7. Barnes 1-2-
Williams 2-1-5 F.Coltrane 2-1- the countcommission $1,300 bond. ,
5.S. Darley 2-1-3.. B. Hudson 4- BUS Easley 3-2-8, Williams 3- 4, Williams 1-44 BiggsO0.. meeting room of the Bradford No trial date has been set as
SHOES 19.. 713.Coltrane 4-0-8 Darley 4-2- Coltrane 4-0-12. Darley 24-4 County courthouse on yet. Brooks was arraigned before -

CIIS:' Spencer, 6.0.121 Hen-, 10, Murphy 2-0-4. Hudson 3-2-8. Hudson 8-2-14. Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 7:30: p.m, Judge Elzie Sanders
o dricks 9-2-20. Coleman 4-3-11. IIIIS: Hutchins 2J-2-48. Chairman Herman Johnson January 2\1 and was appointed
eS Williams 2-0-4. Cobbert 1-0-Z. FLD&B: lloughlon 5-0-10. Hutchins 2-0-4. Nelson 2-2-4. states that the public Is a public defender ,
va 00' $ 0o liters I+Z. Weppleman. 1-0-2 FfrldS 12-8-32. Joyce 1-0-Z. Molander 2-O-4. Dlckerson 2-0- cordially. Invited and their investigating I officer fur the i ::
Green 1-0-2.' support is Bradford Sheriffs Depart-
\ 25 :, Swift -Z.8, Edwards 011. 4. greatly
appreciated: ment was. Deputy Don Denton.

'. Baby Girl Tornadoes Bring' Record. To 6-2 .. : I IThe I

girls JV basketball Playing one of their best pocket as they, stormed over game With' Hawthorne''31-32. points. \
team brought their season defensive. games Thursday, Florida D&B :36-12 The.win The Tornadoes started with The JV team will meet ,
record to 6-2 by defeating Clay Jan. 26,1 the Tornadoes beat a was the Tornadoes fifth win in only seven players with two Green Cove Monday Feb (I. I
High !the .week,! ,, but losing. to Saturday, Jan. 28 the team Monday Jan:'30, \the team' season '\heTornadoes'\ had iuesda Feb: 7 1 1 6:3l. !.p'f,m.,:" 1:1'w : '
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I Schatz Honored As Wi1d1ifeManagement: Specialist Of Theear I

deer Illegal shooting of two doe and State, but the charge were 283 legal bucks taken." state. The number of deer year on the other hand, win
The Florida Game and tendnl the Korest Ranger state a* they capture! and
has acornproduction
In Blending hurt the
the dismisfted. "I would like to see the taken Camp plneeon
In Canaveral throwing them ',:over
Fresh Water Fish Commission School and Junior College located on wMeh ,of the
recently honored Jim Lake City. After spending and releasing them In countiesas Blandlnn fence..The men have Schatz doesn't da much: deer hunting season In Blinding reduced not been reduced but the many for food." ,
two deer,"A penalty! pled guilty and are waiting to hunting although he and his to three ot four week number ot hunters has been animals depend on
SchaU ot the Keystone area at three years in the Army "penalty .
and stated SchaU. .
the Wildlife Management of which: he served' as. a deer"ii one that Is released to be sentenced. wife) are avkl.water fowl Instead. of the current 44 days limited to ensure safety
taken During the (974-79' hunting hunters. After that period of time, enjoyment for those hunter
Specialist of the Year. machine: Jtunner. on replace an Illegally acorn ha been
SchaU observed a "1 enjoy the beginning ofhunting there Just aren'tthat many that do receive permits for The crop
Vietnam he season
returned ,
Schatz who lives with his Helicopters: in deer. this the animals
Hid SchaU. good year
wife. Llndu, on the Camp to Pennsylvania; Throughout the year he vehicle: going' In.the wrong season the most. 89 legal deer left In the manage- Camp Blending, will have plenty of food ever
In the springtime
Wildlife Manage He obtained Bachelor: of maintains turkey feeders direction at closing: time In percent of the legal deer are ment area and we start havlnQtrouble The weather '
Blandlng This. will \looms
of winter.
check: He stoppedthe killed In the first 23 *. We with illegal kills, be affects- the number
been with the in Forest wood duck boxes signs Camp handing day .
has Science
ment Area, : degree bona
will survlv to a thaparaetage.1 yCllllll:
food plots vehicle: In which ,there had-the highest :yield on all claimed. '.'
from and -
and Wildlife stations plant .
for years. Science and their
agency In :the ;spring
and raised In Mt Joy State and for turkey and deer. were two men who acted: game animals this year thatwe've The quota system on ,great extent We .
Penn ,survival.
Born ,
Florid Enforcement a part suspiciously.: Upon requestingto ever had. commented hunting permits' that ..is "If It.Is a wet spring turkey chancel of ,
Schatz: at. then hired by the Law \ .
was season
Pennsylvania flood' should have a good
Game Commission as a Wildlife .of his job and apprehending search: the vehicle: he discovered SchaU. "We had approximately currently being used. was and quail nests may orthe ., this.1! .
TRAVEL ADVENTURE Management Officer illegal hunters Is. done when. an Illegal 'doe In the 2-3.000 hunters In, Implemented to spread the young birds are -..-pee:- next. year because, of .

EDUCATION Schatz. spent six months the 'ooc'IIIIary. trunk.The men Jumped him.In ,Camp Standing this year with hunting, pressure around the table. to pneumonia.! A dry, n. SchaUl.eluau."o..awIUU'. .

Nassau Management Area be; Schatz and Wildlife OfficerJim the dark and in the scuffle, he .

See Chief. Kelly US Navy ] fore coming to Camp Blan Hubner recently: participated l. managed to shoot one .: ': NicksWin In '
I'No : Jr.
Celtics. ; :Again Boys :
Recruiting Station Starke ding In the capture: of four assailant in the arm and toe . t : : I'
Them In the They were : :
lie Is currently assisting: men In Camp Blancting. other one leg.
Monday Bradford' 10 Square AM Tit 2 P.M., other wildlife managers In theEMERGENCY I n,'were charged: with the later fined and. .tried to sue the The:Celtics remain 'In the Tuesday.; Feb 7 the Lakers :the:board and.the Nick: took \: : .
10 11 .' second Tuesdaythe
2. In.the : gaine
the Hawks
number one position this week'In and the Celtic. ;the:win. .
defeated' the
Nets Break Tier; sponsored Junior by Boys the basketball Starke' play the Nicks. Leadlnscorer lot he( Nick* Hwk Celtics In a close game.4341.

The was Daren Chandler.with'10 Leading scorer: for the
points. DeWayne Slocum led Hawks was Emmett Watkins

M Take First Place Celtics The: are Hawks 11-1.are 8-4, the Nicks 33-Lakers{' the Lakers with 12 i point. with 24 point Scot Hudson led

Lakers. 3-9. and the Nicks The Nicks: took their secondwin lAKIHIl I444I4NICKIl the Celtic: with S3 point.

close: In behind 2-10. of the season Tuesday I 4 IllItMUMl
After two weeks of play the In a fourth quarter battle The Juniors will continue Jan.31 when they defeated the t1HMU S.:_''''''''1'.Ci1S1't4;
Nets finally broke the tie with the Nets defeated the Jazz 28- Lakers 33-26 4.T. TyiM'''. a. SnwIN ,*.. i,
their play this week Thursday, O ClUMtar M-l*....Un.44l.J. .. .. ',
in the II MirHlliI4I
the Jazz to take first place 22 to take first place in MMII KWHitail .M t
Feb. 2 when the Celtics face The score was close: unl.llthe ltitK ...... .. Sari .-.... C..r'H' -*.* SM4.-. '
I wi
Small (Fry sponsored league. r; fourth quarter.but the Lakers '.144 :
by the Starke Uccrea-: Troy Portls came alive In the Lakers and the Hawks just couldn't get the points on ...,...,O.f toniN 44.11.M.*eH(.... Celtics .U tS II-a

R tion Department the fourth quarter to make ten meet the Nicks ........,..MIl .. .-.. '- T. P15551 144, .. Orel...... MAWS 4 II II 15.n
The Nets are now 7-3, the points for the Nets to take the v- )
Rockets 5- -- -- -- -
Jazz ore 6-4 the are win. Shaun Jackson was
5, and the Bullets 2.8. leading scorer: for the Jazz HostI
Lifters To
The teams will finish the with 20 points. Weight

l season next week with the 'tti. I
Nets playing the Bullets and MMtl, If* .
the Jazz playing the Rockets J.llt 004 4.. '.II* SOMEYIlftEScosts Vanguard Here P.M.
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Vanguard )
Monday, Feb. 6. S 1. LESSin lost MOOdayr. Jan.28-39.:30, to' Feb.2)) at 3 p.m.: 'in the weight

room In the BHS field house.
The lifters defeated Clay Anyone Interested is welcome

County earlier in the season, to take in the event at.nocharge.

DeWitt Jones the but lost to Eastslde. They. .are ; says. Coach David
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I .U 1t1P dft riln Yourself,' Former Gridder Says... In Returning .

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BHS football pfcy*.-Hat'vey
Tanner to Tornado grldder
at 'their annual .banquet ; rnu
'Thursday night' 0

vjTamw.'quaftMrback'Mr'Uw' ,
Tornadoes In r l lyd (
; returned t 1
to 6Urk from>Ate hometown' ? 7

tn' Hendersonvuit) Nc to. __ MF
peak ttt the banquet
Tanner: :',loW lh.. died M offt
SUrke Elementary: Cafeteria) '
he was, "Whal8"'JIl, ppynl) -and ?.. ns. r rI

. elephant glad" to be back at }
BHS. He attributed/what be .is _
today .::60 I Y 'c: Yt"gf.1 .i b
( Joy ngrth herecetvedJmm
. ti :
the peqras oI..e. ; ?mot
10 him; .'{., "1N.rx vi : s P
Sighting exampllllal fOrm his
life;be told audience/that 'ryk 1 E :

'J/you've/ got believe: toyoUraelfi : ._ __ :

If you'quit .you'll,'be la David Carter Hobby Smith Lawrence Patrick Rowland Cummings Isaac Cummings"It's Kenneth Crugar Marvin TysonIn
fttUltter.aU'oC! YGUrltllle1I: !
stressed that ifithcy wanted to
succeed at anything, not only 'and hIS staff Introduced every the hard times, are things you Coach Bob Hancock, in prosen offensive linesman award hard to choose Just one player for the season Sexton addition to 'the awards
.football theyi.couM< if,.they football player varsity' and never forget. ting the awards to his were Bobby Smith and Isaac outstanding defensive lines also presented the Sportsmanship given to team members, a
per,: ht. Junior varsity, each cheer- offensive linesmen, said "The Cummings. man," therefore, he chose award and the Ronnie special award was presented
'gaveer. wntf'Wif'giiartekbadc :: } leader'.,and '''team manager. offensive line Is a tough, rewarding "The joys In coaching are three: Mart Russell, who Allen Memorial Scholarship to J.D. Odom, owner of
and defensive"Back at The varsity team finished place to' be." He the young men you get to work graduated. midterm, Kenneth award to Bobby Smith saying Sportsmans World
cMurray State, is now qoallty- with .6-4 record AWARDS added that the players do not with," said Coach Denny Cruger and Lawrence Smith is"a young man who Restaurant for feeding the w
'eontrol supervisor "a* Hurse presented the offensive get a lot of glory that they Hansen as he presented the Patrick. exemplifies everything In an team whenever they won agame.
General Electric plant in "It's great to have a small back award to Marvin deserve, became the position defensive'' back award to athlete He is a leader on the Odom received a
Hendcrsonvill part of your life" said Hurse Tyson,saying that Tyson Is "a takes such eelt-dlsc1pIme. David Carter, Rowland Cummings was football field as well as on plaque containing a lithograph '

Hee ... .f 1vr llager'Ii1t!1 b s,. oaA!!,times, fellow that has your respect." The two winners of the beats Coach Mike. Sexton said chosen the most Improved campus.He Is a good citizen." of the team.


Rec. Dept. to Hold Valentine Party;

I If nn, Edges By BHS 42-40

I. The at the Pratt Street Center
The Recreation Department party begins at 3 p m. up
Coach Warner-dkh.on got :ba'iC'r r'a'r.:return 'match with his Tornadoes "We did what will have a Valentine party or at the Old Armory by Feb
back at his own game Tuesday Suwannee High, BHS beat LO "It BUS 59-Buchholl U we were supposed to do." Tuesday Feb. 14, at the Pratt! and all boys and girls' 7-1S are 10 so that sufficient refresh-'
night, despite'his' team, beingIn 66-49 In Starke earlier. The half of was defensive probably basketball the best Street Cinter Invited to attend Please sign ments can be provided.
the'warm''' 4confinesIn'its* BItS five beat Santa Fe 45-41
Tornadoes .
we've played all year, said The outscored .---- ------ -- --- -- r1I
home glowed gym down;as the Bishop Kenney for,.a Tournament In the Trenton, but(Christmas the Coach Adkinson after his the Bobcats 8-1 to begin the 1 1I[j : \

final second 42-40 game win. teams have not met In regular two Tornado five put a 59-42 second halftime period enroute to the 1I I 1I e s1c1150\ \ \ I

__leading of the season play! shellacking on highly favored 22-22 tie game. But it : :; ::::.
scorer; .! .,. Buchholz High team in was the third period that I a ::

Teddy North Thurston Florida, stripped conference the; BUS 84-UIIS47 Friday Bobcats'night.home gym last spelled Buchholz.doom The Big for Red favored five ;; Jr/Miss Jeans & Slacks f

with 15 foot set "We look for the 2/$900
nets a pate as good Down 12.6''' after the first rattled off 10 unanswered '.
..hot )from ., ,,* X first six minutes as you can period and in points as Buchholz went Polyester Cotton -' ,
seconds left In fofpect. We used the shuffle enemy territory I
tJMt,.game:(or torfoc4ion. scoreless c.--
the Tornadoes would not be through the first 4'/4 rJ: : I,
the Crusader win Bradford The ball didn'ttooth minutes of I
t denied the win In evening their the period. When
.Kenner the floor said
Hampton Coach
playmaker the third c.--
record period
at 7.7.PlaymakerKenny I
brought the bait.down and 'A'd' itton I of the 64-47 win over Buchholz found itself on the : MEN'S BRUSHED COTTON Jr

passed off tp'wingspan Roland 'Unlorf 1 High before the Tiger sparked the Tornadoes Hampton with a short end of a 36-26 score. I
Cummings "whose final "student body Monday af-<
second 22 point performance. Freddie I 2/no f
'ternoon t JEANS
shot bounced off the rim\ Aldridge and Hampton each Size 28-36
Aldrldge added
16 and
. ;The win brought the records :.tile 'win boosted the Tor- Roland points scored 10 points in the final I
, of both teams to 98. ;J.,.,, ;).i 40ffve to 97. Lake. Butler through with Cummings came in stanza as the Tornadoes I"
11 points
Bradford {Jed until Crusader .dropped' : to 7-11. rare double figure allowed Buchholz to get no ;:::;: With This Coupon Expires Feb. 11, t 1978 '
per f
Brian Whitmire JUed.! with r Freddie Aldrldge and formance. closer than eight points. : I., .

2M shot( from left in the the top game of the with}],k. Y.a t//.la.J Kenny}lead combined the Tornado for five.52 points BHS When the Bobcats were hot j- I \ \ \ \\ \ \\ \\\\ \"\ \ \ \\\ \ \ \;

Bishop I immed&tely ,shot 46 percent from the field, 'IHI .11..11.
Kenny r -- -- -----r- ----------------
went into a stall,waiting ill getjhe hitting 29 of 61 field goal at from the outside they held the sued Ill 4t4.flridlordi

final shot.aj the buzzer. tempts. Aldridge was 11 for 15 advanta sooting when their .',D Cummlnvtl. .Aldrltfgo, .0-4 h,1 M\..Cummliw.Mimpton.. ,. 4411 i-* Bring This Coupon To
There little doubt"burthat from the field outside failed to hold .
,was in scoring his 23Anoints. l-ll M. W.IK.r, 00-0. HOM ..-., O,,
the Crusaders would try Hampton was 14 for 19 up the Tornadoes capitalized. Walks 14 ToItU 19 f.If.uchholii .
Oo gel the ttasketbalt A Ox*' frron: >ttte"fletd) > in scoring his Using a tough 2-1-2 zone .' Plnkiwy, 4.0-4. All..n 44-4. ;, Roland LAKE BUTLER APPAREL
leading scorer ror-ihe' flnar 'game'high 29 points;before he which sags to whichever side Mill'.'.2.2.14 T.rry DtCouruy 7.0-14' Brown 0..0. "...y 104 dimming Is blocked
shot Coach Adkinson had told was taken out in fourth period the ball goes to, and a tough ,Taylor' 0-4-, Tow t.r a,2.S. lurk I. from the basket ,
away by BllhopKennY'1
,"his prayers that whoever was when. everybody got to play. combination of 6-4 David 01. Totili' 144-41:
near Thurston when he got the ,Aldridge hit most of his Walker and 62Roland Brian Whitmire Lake Butler Fla.
ball to get a hand in his face. points from the outside The Cummings to dominate the --! -' L
Thurston was Irat quickt.Halpgton tlaWepnlayupealter boards., the Tornadoes outscored -. Off OfHwy' 100 By .Union General' Hospital.\ -
rUnbotheredi ,
however, as he pilferlatglftrraottTigerpessesd ( ; f rfloa Bvicfrhplz! jindf *16-10!d In thethlrtf ,) .Ii.' -,,,. I i "d* -..........., ,
-trtit&et 20 points.! for.htonlghtte. ) work of (. Boysie' Perry-fon-i was, v the,IT.lone 22-22 at thebalf.Most gamft' ;T."p. (prs.. 1"P( I .. : 'in. i

The slowed down saw ,Tiger In double figures +
play eager '
l "
i-BiBhop; 'Kenny shooting just 35 i with 23 points."That Perry is missed shots by Hwy v Melrose
Mimes and making IB baskets a shooter, I tell you,"- said Buchholz came down In the f 4 4' .
tie 54 percent'average. Bradford ,Coach Adkinson..Perry had 14 grasp of teammates Walker COME IN /NOW & REGISTER FOR \
fewer, jet UHS's 22 In the first and Cummings and were '.
'icagcrs shot ever points New "i7#; "
times, 32, and made 17, a 93ntoercent ,half but put some pressure on immediately passed off to Roses are red
average. him in the second half and guards Hampton or Aldridge. iTOLE PAINTINGCLASSES1 t

It ,Coach Adkinson said,after I held the hot handed Tiger to Hampton drove past Buchholz I ,.
f tire,-game ''the ,mistake in his"Strategy nine points. guards and by the inside 'y
was his team didn't .BHS jumped off to a 23.11 defenders en route to his 22 Violets are blue'ZN'
To Be Held Wed Afternoon
_'_,r b-shoot enough. first period advantage. "Zip, point performance.. Aldridge \ I
I .it "We 'got behind and-.quit tip,' ,zip,..,and the ball was pumped It in from the outside. & .
shooting W.just+! didn'tishoot hitting the net/ said Coach I ; Send favorite someone .
'venoughv"1 Adkinson said':, Adkinson. "We were passingthe Unable to penetrate the BHS MACRAME
I I. Bishop Kenny hit 4 of 5 from ball with authority, and it zone, Buchholz had to' shoot I .
l, of 8. : *>. .. .centage shot," the coach said. and farther, Tom Terry
Duane Cummings' five Roland Cummings led BHSIn scored 14 points and Joel Be Held Tuesday Night

baskets from outside boosted rebounding with 10. David DeCoursey bucketed 10. I t
Bradford loa 16-11 first period Walker had 8 ,rebounds, but Buchholz' big scorer, Derek Open 10-6 Monday Friday r '
advantage. Bishop,Kenny,won ,got bIB fourth foul midway the Hill was held to only two I be to
his: 7 P.M. Won, Tues & Thurs. Sat 10.2 I don't have to a poet
..1 I the second.period iO-8i. I as fourth "period and ,sat out baskets, both In the first
,.1,Thurston, Rufus Jenkins and much of the second half quarter and five points.
Whitmire hit from outside but "We did a helluva job I tell Come In Have Fun thrill your favorite person onValentine's
the Tornado five went to inter- .H n u ii n.q you," Coach Adkinson said of Develope Your Talents With Usg \
f. I mission ..wth.a, ,19-16 ad.vantages.by VHS .II II I u.n the defensive performance of day Whetheror

::Hit A/drIOO.1i.1.7L H.mpt.40'. .
'FreddieAldredge' It*Cummings. 1-9.t,D Cummlnfft. 0-2 - - - "
2, *.,m.r 111 Total ... 44..UHS when
: in the third' period -.. : S'r.' ........ ll-l, I.r.Y -..- ..u.Jacko. not your message rhymes ,
gave BHS a 13-9 advantageand ... ,-*.a. Molmn/ I.0-4, Wllliamt. 1. ,
d five point, 32-26, lead Ill warran'-'.1,wvnt. "1-14.,BHIKM'.2. enough to send the

going into the final period. _.1. Town._...','_-'._047.___ .'....". .. ..? >VU/C you care
Several turnovers by BradTford -' .
BUS 38-Bolles 31
a few missed shots, and)I' Bolles tried to play a slow, very best do it through a
the careful steady outside '
deliberate game. Saturday "
"jr* attack of' the' Crusade'' night! and' forced (Bradford; '. ,Seafood BuffetEvery 1- ''Telegraph Valentine. :
cut ;the Tornad
K>fead''Until' Whitmire i tied' r ,High,!lo.: sjjeed the things way'up1., theaj'ggdoeI opBosMTIrpm -

'* gam* 40-40 With a soft bask had been playing, Night fifteen words .$1.9 5.
-a from the the: key; 'wit f ,
top'of five
/.. but the Bigjted pulled out published February 0 (prepaid)
1:66 left! Aldridgei wound w! a.38-31 win in Jacksonville. -
!,1f'tvlth'18poInts'aad' perfect I' David Walker, the 'Tor' / s 4:1
for 6 night from' the ,fiel nadoes' big roa.h tinder the ,

'.'cDuaneCummlngaadded* BHS: .e.ll' Ir.I "l" ,' ,14*fo f f boards minute at f4Jfouled!: fcfJn. "Jhegame"and ou"wifive '' _- Shrimp d IIt H

1" 'Therioes' 'broke'IS, ,.BITS,wi the Big .,Red ahead 14 r

-t i+kein at three gameSJ In a,3, i i points. Bradford,,'slowed it< Oysters
week, however, the Torna I down with Walker on the a "
srffivetnoved to-the- winning sic TO '
bench and preserved their'
*"of the ledger with 9reoorc, eighth win in the slow moving Scallops
19'! .:'The.Tornado five:ctunne ,
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'fdvored'>,' Buchholz.. S9-4: 'I game"We j looked rough But you Stuffed Crab ,, ,
played a rough game but be this 3f ----------------- -----' :
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Bolles 3B-3I, and belted Unio i| jo ;:. : : \
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., . I ** eaoh scored 12 points: 0 '

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gotrtg-6 flop 13. Walker was S ---------------------------
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'WIOOlfS' 41.2Owda' "' \for HfVT 36 percent. Aldridgewas'4for ( I ,
wlHUmHI-4' ,Oo.rlo. "4-4-4.T".14.4 10, or 40 percent. ----7.------ -- ---- ;

"In11T' .tin .11 01bo. ,'BH$4h: t 17 for 44, or 38 per 1 : ,'tj
nbhilde'l: '' a'd< tl cent1 frdm the field as a team. 'T'] ------- .._-- !<
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north Florld Cognterencdfie Walk cummings and .: ;,,$275 '. \
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the Tornado cages will ho t 1141 12101.1.1142 / .. .. :"'t ;r; '. '
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A .Isa tdleIOTkaaia"' Cromrforol 24-2. PirOovrt .. : I.S. 301 N"H41601', with j
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PiKB 14 TELEGUAPH Feb Z. 1918

17e LEGALS LEGALS t.I "' tUIr, .., ::-1!. r-T ,.., .>\;
Reynolds Paying 1978.' 1* *Ii p>! ", 9 ,;" ....t ; ,1 DlreCtMItpplc.tipnstogether: v
I BRADFORD COUNTY. Avenue in the Town of L8wtev.pel' r
GILBERT UNDER FICTITIOUS' NAME with an updated Standard Form
CIVIL ACTION S. BROWNAs Plat\ of Town of ,
Per Pound For Aluminum CASE NO. 7&41In Clerk of; said Court recorded In Deed Book "C" that an Action to Forectos* '-LAW I Ir 251 equivalent. ,the number of
By: MarlaniMcRae, As Deputy mortgage en the following described the firm's Florida PtofeaeonelEngineering
pegs 3. public records of Brad
Residents of the<< SLarke area Manager, neynoldsAluminum ro: The Marriage of dork ford County. Florida. : property In Bradford. n .fIoKJ1l"' 1S HEREBY GIVEN Registration t and). If \
are receiving cash from Recycling MARVIN E. JOHNSON. l/2 41d11J'( 2J.J3' has been filed against and County Florida; r 1' ''tnltH dae/ltnlJlO/ a corporation a copy of Corporate (

Reynolds Aluminum Re. Company, said, "Familieswill husband and SHERRIE rr r.ryay. ..--------' you are required to serve you a Lots B and 8 of Block 12 In the engage In business under the. Registration! with the '\
be amazed how quickly copy of Uwtey Florida as ,. of BRET B Florida Secretary of Stats
cycling Company for their re KOEHLER JOHNSON vote INYHECJRCUIT of your written defeaNs, if any. CIty Octlttout EMIT to
cycling ffforti. they'll accumulate recyclable NOTICE OF SUIT COURT to It on RICHARD E. WELTY mapped: and platted upon the JEHrTY-S ATHLETIC HOUSE at CIty Clerk. Mary Lee Aden. Post
aluminum by keeping a NO PROPERTY FOR BRADFORD Plaintiff Attorney whose public records of Bradford 123 South! Walnut Street In the Office Box 260. Hampton

The February schedule for separate container In their To: MARVIN E. JOHNSON COUNTY CIVIL FLORIDA address to 864 N, Temple County Florida. CHy Starke. Brsdferd County.mrHdafflWlend Florida 32044.
for used household! ACTION bean flied agalnat .... ".' the 1/20 2tchg 2/2
kitchen has 'to
the .mobile recycling unit, Nashville Tennessee CASSNO. Avenue. Post Office Box 996 ( you ( register .
7340 "------------
aluminum. are required to serve a copyd f ssM wHj Oerk of the
Bradford ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Starke Florida 32C81 you name the
Vardell explained, "Simplytoss written defenses;H any Court' d 'Bradford
US-301 South Is every that an action for dissolution of INC., f1'aInst March &. 1918, and file the your cJOrcuh REGISTER
Tuesday from 9:30: to 11 a.m. rinsed aluminum Item, marriage has bean filed againstyou .vt ,* .I IWILLIAM1 original l with the Clerk of this to It on RICHARD E. WELTY J.Csurrty, Florida.\ FICTITIOUS NAME
such beverage cans, Plaintiff Attorney who* ". MARCHANT
empty *; -'- LOREtTA t-J.
Marvin E. Johnson :ERNEST Court either before service
foil., or TV dinner trays Into WILSON on address 'to 064 N. Tempts. GAYLE f O.A McREE Pursuant 'to Section 805.09,
Reynolds pays 17 cents a the special container. Soon It and you are required to serve e andFAYEL, W/LSONMSWIIe; Plaintiffs Attorney or Immediately Avenue, Post Office Box 896, 4UJjt, 21. Florida Statutes, notice to hereby
aluminum copy: of your writfen defenses, Defendant thereafter; otherwise a 1119 .
pound for beverage to tNOTICE given that the undersigned
will be filled and ready Starke Florida. 32081,on or before
and other clean household any to it, on the plaintiff'sattorney Default will be entered again David L. Hughes, P.O Box 627
cans ,
redeem for 17 cents a pound March 5. 1078 and fie the ,
... .; --
end for the -
whose name you relief demanded In ,
aluminum Items such as OF ACTIONTO original l with the dark I Of this NOTICE OF INTENTION Keystone Heights Florida,
pie pans, foil, frozen food and address Is DUDLEY P. HARDY, : WILUAM ERNEST the Complaint. Court either before service on TO REGISTER 32666: doing business under the
dinner trays, dip, pudding and LEGALS Esquire PIERCE AND HARDY, WILSON and FAYE L. WITNESS my hand and theseal Plaintiffs or Irnmadbte FlCTlTOUS NAME firm name of "DAVE'S
P.A. P.O. Drawer[ 1030 I of this Court on
meet containers. WILSON hla wife. 102 MOORE January 30 thereafter otherwise a Default ELECTRIC 8 AIR CON-
32091 ty ; ,
.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT STARKE FLORIDA AVENUE FRUITLAND, GILBERT 1978. S. BROWNAS will be entered against you for Purauant 'to Section: _.ca. DITIONING.'" P.O. ,Box 627.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT OF MARYLAND,, 21B26 the relief demanded in the Florida Statutes notice Is Keystone Heights Bradford
Dave Vardell, District and file the original with the CLERK OF SAID COURTby ,
County. Florida 32666 intends
the undersionsd -
FLORIDA IN AND clerk of the above styled courton YOU ARE HEREBY : Marian McRse Deputy Comptointr hereby 'wthat
WITNESS my hand and the Helen LJ htMv. P.O. Bon to register said fictitious
1978 Clerk.
March 2nd.
before :
.. or that an ctlon"tfJ foreclose a 32686 and under the provisions of aforesaid
26 Fla. ,
otherwise be 2/2 2/26 seal of this Court on January ,, 107. Melrose,
a judgement may ,! 4tchg
mortgage orr the following '
1878. Donna SuMvan, At.2. Box 1640 statute.
Dr. Crews entered demanded against in the you complaint for the relief or property: In Bradford. County .------------- GILBERT S. BROWN Aa dark Keystone ,,Heights. Fta. 32066, David L. Hughes owner.
Florida: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR of Said Court doing buslnees under the firm Data* this 12th day of

petition WITNESS hand and theseal The East 60 feet of Lot 4 of BRADFORD COUNTY, By: Virginia F. Darby name of "PHASE I & I..." P.O. ,January A.D.. 1978 at Stake
my Block 4, fronting 100 feet on FLORIDA Fta. 32888 Florida.
Melrose ,
Box 107
Deputy dqrk.
Each SundayOn I of said Court on January 30, State Street and 60 foet on Lake CIVIL ACTION Intends to register saW. fictitious 1/12 4Ipd 2/2 _.
CASE NO. 78-38 2/2/ 4tchg 2/23 name under the r provisions. of

ease-------an*eM---* aforesaid statute: NOTICE OF INTENTION
WAYNE E. MASSEY and ,Helen, ,Ughtsey! Donna TO REGISTER
Bible Study Time AT ABBIE E. MASSEY his wife.Plaintiffs. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Sullivan owners. FICTITIOUS NAME
19th of
Dated this day
LAST I Pursuant to Section 866.09
vs January A.D. 1978 at ,
Florida Statutes, notice is here-
BROOKER JR. Florida.
Months StudiesWill by given that the undersigned
This Pursuant to Section 868.09
1103 East CaN
Robert Miner
Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby '
COMPLETE UPPER OR LOWER ...............__....'70 00 Ms wife Defendants given that the undersigned ,-----------.--- Street Starke Fla. 32091( doing

Be On False Prophets And Unsaved COMPLETE SET (UPPER L LOWER)! .; ....13000 'Gerald end Shirley Meyers. 2S1 business under the firm name of

r Preachers ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEE ...........__''30 eo : EDWARD F. BROOKER Starke Fla, 32081 doing OF SHERIFFS SALE 215 East Call Street, Starka
JR. and PENELOPE J. Notice .IS hereby given' that 1 I 1. Bradford County Florida
For free brochure call or write: business under the firm name of
By Lecturer CERAMIC Ddph E. Reddish as sheriff of 32091. Intends to register said
2056ReykoRd. OFFICE BOX 291, NEW
Bradford County. Florida, under fictitious under tha'pro
r I 217
DR. W.R.Bobby( ) CREWSWRUF 399 r73t J.ck.III. Fl. AUGUSTA, MISSISSIPPI Lawtey Bradford County Fla. and byIrtult of Writ. of .visions of aforesaid Statute

32207 39462. 32058 intends to register said Execution;to-wf:. Robert L. Miner, owner.
050/KC 8:30A.M. A fictitious name under the Execution Issued out of Dated this 17th day of
r YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of aforesaid statute.provisions County Court, of Bradford January A.D. 1978 at Starke,

I WBIX 1010/KC' 12:00 NOON Gerald and Shirley Mey ta, County Florida pursuant to aI Florida.
I I Final Judgement for Town 1/194tpd 29NOTICE
-= Dated this 2nd day of. Finance Co. d/b/a 'Charge -- ---- ----_.
't' B'sIfsL" IaGLE 3 BIG DAYS I February A.D. 1978 at Starke,, Finance Co. of Bonifey Florida

...alr.tgmn.Nta.ett.al On Sale Florida. and against William P. Rasmas OF INTENTION
__ Jr. and Betty Reames, defendants

N Visas WI.1NNaM.eaa 2/2 4tchg 223NOTICE ; TO REGISTER
Thurs. Fri. In the amount of 1827.03 NAME
I. -------------- FICTITIOUS
WIT7Kk.l :. M.atrl.dMe OF INTENTIONTO together with costs of collec- Pursuant to,Section 866.09,
& Sat. REGISTER tion. Florida Statutes notice is here-

FICTITIOUS NAME Have seized and have in my by given that the undersigned
possession the following John W. Dukes P.O. Box 206

Pursuant to Section 86309 described personal property to Starke, Florida, 32091 doing

National Brand Sale! Florida Statutes, notice Is here wit: business under the firm name of
by given that the undersigned, 1970! Ford 4 door Sedan "301 QUICK-STOP" U.S. 301,

John W. Ptympton, 612. East I.D. No. ON61K133904As. 21 1/2 miles South Starke, Bradford .

Washington Ave.. Starke Fla., County Florida, 32081,
business under the .the property of the above Intends to register said fictitious
32091 doing

The names you know and trust at lower. than low prices! firm SIGNS.name" 612 of East"PLYMPTON WashingtonAve. named Monday defendant the 8th.and day that on of aforesaid rams under statute-the provisions of

., Stake Bradford County February 1978 at twelve o'clock John W. Dukes owner.
Florida 32091 intends to registers Noon on said day on the Dated this 12th day ,of
cI >>
premises of the Bradford County January. A.D. 1978 at Starke
--- ld fictitious name under the ,
} Jai Yard I will offer for sale. andsell Florida. .
U"jf I : provisions of statute.
John W. Ptympton, owner. I to the highest. bidder for .li! !!! FL WL._ L__._'__
:; SHAPE/SET Dated this 2nd day of cash In hand the ,, above described -

.: -d February,A.D.,1978, at Starka property of'Aid IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
.Y.ar. : r ", WORK PANTS defendant to satisfy.the stare-
lllit7( BY DICKIES! c rI 2/2 4tpd 2/23/ said Execution. FLORIDA IN. AND FOR
i* converse i
\ ... -------------- Dolph "
"H'ch1r2i '' BRADFORD
c 1 *"*"- YOV!1 1143redC d COUNTY.:( ; ,i
S dr-w I .MTge1M. .teats AY i y ,.1.1t ...1.. NOTICESTATEVEH1CLES. ... II.. .... '
.. .y'F 1.CIJ!. A/ q 'ndh 'CIVIL ACTION '
In The
re: Marriage LARRY F.
:t MOTOR r v E2.88 WERE&74' I / FEB. 15, 1978 PUBUCANNOUNCEMENT GUSSON' husband and

It IN No-toon cotton/poln-- I The CIty of Hampton Florida BECKY FAY GLISSON wife.
_: AV .00 SAV 1Y. .0Va'/VOUTH.' I.r.blind with .oe" 1 PICKUP 3/4 ton announces that professional Case No. 784NOTICE
rl..M. rinwn. for ..*,
OT.QUAKER STATE 31 IBS. DRY CHLORINE 4-PK. LAUREL TISSUE WERI "nd."ng.. Mxto lorlona 1 Pickup f ton engineering services are requiredon
3 8 8
.... a our 4 .hard word 1 truck 1 ton a continuing basis to serve as OF SUIT
WAS C WAS WAS by Olclii.. In vvrtotyol 1 truck. 2 ton
8 7 7- the CIty' engineering Consultant PROPERTYTo
Iaa 7eN V Va .,/ ..... popular color )
7 ((15 Passenger
'. SUM 2t-42. k wagons and to provide professional : Becky Fay Qisson P.O.
n 7-12, womon S10
1 109% ..".. PMtmylvinl oil, SS% granular lormuli' k_p. 4 roll tcll', quillly bath. boy' 7-., or ,ou.h.. 10-1 1 i 1 Sedan services regarding Box 873 Stake, Florida .
l I.mou.quilltyl.HD-JO: 1 ql. pool,walor, eln 35 lb.drum room II..". 'In ...!. p*.lli, .. 1 MaxlwagonStation
.nn. upp.n.llphl lrrg .Sport water system Improvement. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
1 Wagon These services may include but an action for Dissolution of

'Jl.illUf-k>' / are not limited to. preliminary" Marriage has been filed against .
fd May be Inspected at Union studies and reports feasibility you BECKY FAY GUSSON and

,< / : 4 Correctional Institutional Motor studies technical assistance for you are required to serve a copy ,

VALUE PLU8I Pool P.O. Box 221, Raiford water system Improvements of your written defenses, if any
Fla. :32063, for 1 Information 904- preliminary and final design and to H, on the plaintiff' attorney
Icnnversel- 4311212. construction and supervision of whose name end address. is

: PP.CWASMIDJEANS IN Itchg 2/2 water system Improvements. DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esq.. "

... V MIN'S JS-M To be eligible for consider Fierce & Hardy. P.A.
SAVE.OST. .. % 15 O r ation. all Interested firms must P.O. Drawer 1030
MARY'S TOWELS SAVE 1.13MEN'S { / 10.8 FOR BALEALUMINUM be property registered to practice Starke Florida 32091
8AVE 3 OLD!: _SAVE_32% and If a corporation must and file. the original with the
7yN we. 2F: $3 3473" FOLDING BED KWIK KOVER, 18"W TENNIS SHOES SHEETS be property registered' with the clerk of the above styled court

W" I Florida Secretary of State. on or before February 13th

Colon luiurwi to comptommt 100.% cotton sny bathtMilenmg wry' = 16! 88 utM WA6 3 s $1 J M 6.81 f I s, f 24 5/8" s So" ..009" Any firm or individual so 1978.: otherwise a judgement
a reh qualified and Interested In be entered
enuppr for
Wedge aupporl providing may against you
had taw.l.100 IN.ry duty aluminum trim Protact a II doorl l Just i
Malehiitg, w..lclotw.II.00 /".....''''.I..n.. mutt*... pl otl th* backing S apply. WO *. SUM r-12 SAYE Tall .15. ..... professional services the relief demanded In the
SAVE 5 00 f within the scope of. the above complaint or petition.
,{t L \ i \\POCKETT- '
LEVI'S MEN'S BLAZERS described shall
-- \ SHIRTS IN THESE ARE OFFSET programs applyIn my hand and the
..01111IO / : h PRINTING PLATES.!! writing for consideration with seal I of said Court on January 9,
'!>1'f5\ '. \ West 1O.88 M Q DULArR a letter of Interest describing the 1978.
91 IIt '711 I 10. UsItalUd A.*ut. specific capabilities for application : GILBERT S. BROWN.As .
-.0 \ :S. l Fully Itnad deropolylr 2 3 to and similar work com Clerk of said Court

e. .r.-I..i! ,, Mashing atoll.. Sam soot*_allobl.r Irroga.A N WNl aaOd Bradford Printers pleted within the last five years By: Beulah, M. Moody As
It o4.30S relating In scope to these programs Deputy Clerk
:> _
\ 7. until FEBRUARY?. 1978.. 1/12 4tchg 2/2


SAVE 20% SAVE 19% SAVE! 1.00 POLOS '
DISC. ,' U.39C E Ex

WAS j.es 57 a:? 2.9 9 Aron PRICE aupporla 4,a uahlond 88. .- 2.9 b..... : '

Nool.dottM**a Par lal,*noll.*lnot control 3"aloelrlo clock with. *..,-lo. _.alight' lfrga Man a r12.Plaeantly : Dlac.l'lllel ... .MIwCA1 t0
It etaanaal H.ndy.L bar a. maid and cull 4 Ib bag real. dial on. yar warranty :
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w"'n SAVE UP 101.11 I SLEEVR
a -
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WA.1Las WAS 1.70 -
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PLUSI' it 4 98
SAVE 11% I SAVE 1.00 P>*hiMiry.anMi T'onart erml i O M t tG


FLIP FLASH SUNGLASSES 10 OZ. GLASS SET wAt a.A ssl21 la_ Qt4;f '
aClo. : fur
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CNN, n** ywlghl glass.. in Su7-12 I
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7 Oz. .LpvAal 'L..9.9
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FITS 10-t3
.; 59 880 it 2s'1WCM s! No limit-No Dealers. ,

WAS 711 WAS NC :.
;'. 2/V44 '

''f t When You IAVE2S% LADIES I

AV 1 u or BAN VALUE! PLUS! POLYESTER M.rr r SAVE! 24% 'To Buy All Ydur Spring FsrtllUsr:..

WAS ( SIZES, 30-44 : SIZES/ -u "M 23:;

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Stage* wide. oily, .. wBI
"'" .. .../....... AH ler.ealysaoeaeata Set, rala. or ..... FaBMaertateat oadla far ....1_ A A.... 2JO w). .......... to.*. ...... *| .SUZUKI. STARKEi yearatkeriied PROPERTY. ,
t.. reatol.ca ., vlioloa.. t .L 248 ...... CH/A; l ...._. _pet work. ....... algktaadwookoBd Saiakl dealer. SPRINGS Social' tdeat _... .
W. al Lawtey, SR 225.Pbea thoaa ar P..... ....eoIO.) 1940 Saab ......).Coatact Share Klngsley i 70 ft on crystal clear water, 4 BR, lartodeck.

todayi OLIN'S MOBILE 7$2-3. To, Lag ,MIN Ptea.&. w. .llrplwM...pet. E.,.a.Uat I.B ".bath...h-. .........werll.'O altar .5 p 4111522. *.- Blvke.LU/rIg Walaal (1301 Baatb .. Flak., Ualea Co, T...... 4932281. Santa. 7 '
Set $ 480 tot beautiful
HOME8 VP x trees owner
c : ...... Pkm '".7461. 2/2 ltpdCUSTOM ,
IUO W.. Wo aim. /financed. t .
2/2 .
St..... REDUCE: SAFE ;aadbetwith ....td. ... TWO 175 KAWASAKI 1174<< RECRUITER Hampton 2 of the finest homes en the lake. One
M4MMWATERS G.B.. Tablota. CVip. > Dabaiw-. OR OFFICE a MADEDRAPERIES ..4.li, Need r.pdn.150.. needed by ao* furnished.COMMERCIAL' .
'. ".. .. pffle". trwaAodrcwa t....'11.. WalHt St. Platy. *f W. are aawMocfcmg Pheae M44MU. I/Z8 tuhg proUt health. egeacy to call.
I ..._..*. tM W. ....... W1B Uaal tor let. .. fabric Prceaathaatee. .. a Ireea II.... Reply at !
1'1.".... Stnl Stork 25tad / NEW .U... ..... Dr. HJB. Lama Stopkea. LaakoBla. 'Soctoty, 101 Antique shop In Lawtey en JOI
J3GARAGE OPEN .1...., P.*.. 64-UM.. aboao .....ul.. 8/24 tf/cbr HOMES Cealary II Drive, Jai, Attractive office
; FOR bMg with -4-
BULLOIIP1Q. US Ml "' ItpdIA RENT 32218. Itefcg 2/2 ample pcrkle0.
r:;; SALE by t Opa dally, ) LET ME SHOW YOU kewto !tI.. ...4 TEXAS-CHEMICAL: COi 7000 sq.ft.storage er fer stores 850,000.

*Bulldozer Work ....DI.*. Ml ._Ii, Laagckaaip P.M1. ""Ij 1 rake. 31,000 par aeaalh. E........' "_.. plea each Best restaurant location en tot S.
H. ... Sat treat Tveaday at OFFICE SPACE aid car hoaaeea, triage
Large or Small after S..n_..'* WerU ....... / USED 12/29} 2275ALCOHOLICS ? AVAILo\ILE.,7S W. Male ......It.. kid. trelalaf.' 'IN THE COUNTRY

...ta..t. FH. aad Sat* SOLAR ANONY. Street Like. Bettor. cealact acbeoUag at caaipaayoapeaaa. Prime 10 acres, pecan trove. sexy home Fla.

*Land )frll I/S .... I'''. t *... til 7 p ja.Itpd Do II ... MOUSt Pheao 9844894 Cheiby. .....rt... 185 NW Torrttery. ....... ta Power.
.. 22CONSOLE, ....., Uet, DUSTER ....7.... U/..... er 4t" A....., .. cal 14134J34I74. service. ...t_... ladvetrUIaccoaata. 20 acres,well tank,ft .pole' cleared" ft. pretty.Rail .
Ponds.WILBUR Write ........
22,000 Be., 81100. .t1aI
... J2/29 T'/t'L-!
For .n. .
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1 Vt acres,frame hem ft trees.
JMakafaay .P/B A/C. CaB 48840M letter t E.F .
WATER, Cklcharlag... t .... lit a/3. REPAIRED AR make. Ewe BR homo aad TWO BR Precldcat. ... 52, Ft. 4 acres,IBM home,well ft. m Mle hemeslte.
Eertorpriaaa H...
14-eHi eiccllcat. ....Itfee. M.viead Stark.' REPO. It'll GMC ........ ..... mad adjusted.7. .. Tr......... PII... 4982128 Worth, Texa 78101 tar Hampton frame CH&A 1h Mr .let. ,'i
.... ..U...1400. P.... ..- ,1000. F....... awl. / .Weal ga...t.... JamieStrlcUaad. or .oJ".. Itckg 2/2 poroMil latw...... Pleas
.. B8O yv. M.dl.OW lot 5tlrk.z.. M44047. Itcbg 2/2 .up... B..... Phase 48ft- ..coraer. al MorgiaRoad give place ........ Itcbg STARKEi '
,. 'fU-Utt ,, ONE TO Tf/chf. sad Hwy I'. tl/.kgMAINE8 FURNISHED ROUSE 2/2 37000. Rental) excellent. location.

.. BAHIA A CLOVER HAY TRACTS Small aao BR, 6I60/.e.tb. Green Acres lot. quiet neighborhood.
Highly ..n...... JO/bala. Holchto. .Im INSURANCE ,..... 984-7521.. Itch 2/2 WAITRESSES .
Mimosa Drive "
A.Q.,1'..., ."_......70411.C. .aw ._.. ( QMC pkkup, step Ua, AGENCY 180 Bath Like perleaed preferred. Will sq. ft. brick lovely f
.7 REGISTER .. .... M.r... Rd. aad SR .ht ...". ". wheel Ir.... ....u..* A...._.. Pha ""-1978.P. KITCHENETTES. i BR t..... Apply at Plan. Hat I. Pratt St. 2 houses financing available.
.Be. .... ..t...350 .-8 E... P..... 301 North, 2200 01.631.300.2 BR. 3 B "IIC.
14 Weet' Surko.. 2/2 2tpd .... for qaato ea ..te- ,t.. TV. A/C. aUlkba le. Kaaa Stake, sq. .
LP GAS 2A Priced to .Watera 2/2, 782-aHST, ......., home, bead. aadmaimerclal faded, totally ............ 984-8700. Itcbg 2/2 Madison 2 story good repair beautiful lot. .
froaa 1200 d ,Itpd lanraaoo. 3/17 weekly, ateatkly" ..te.. Gracious old home with
1.75 acre In town.
308 S. Thompson St. GARAGE BALEr F...... ... C_...... ) U/c". Temple Motel. 880 N. SALES Natloawldo al .label Have to to
.I' ; Sat. 1 .- I. 1U Parker St, 21 ....n.... FarJ LTD. hdl ..w.r, Temple Ave. Stark. Pkeae. record Bad t.,. dtetrlbator see. appreciate contemporary en Pratt
964-6683 ,,Stark. Fla. lufcg 2/3, 4115.1/2 ..l a caa, >57S.. *.. 4fO- .NEED CASH Wa bay J.... ....'357. 1/12 4tpd 2/2 hoe apcalag. ler calei. repreealallvo featuring a 480 sq.ft.family ream and fireplace.'

: Cash & Carry I/ Itpa .era,plekap*ead track.*.JoeShaw. to aervk .b>rg. retail Large corner lot with) attractive brick. 1 BR, 2 B,
CASH GOLD. 8tar.... Ray P..tIt. 484151 ...... Saktry' plea car fireplace.Port .

1 Dock /jewelry ...._... Mia. .,' p HEATERSi,tab}. MARINA 1S73, ., .406.2829.5/4 tll.... 2 ROOM APT 1 KITCHENETTEl ..boa.."........Eitobllihed aed laceatlve $1 Luclei Let 83,000. .Owner will consider
r roato
daatal! gold. WU .
yoaevwkire. olroabMbig. | agla.l! ), ere awaar, Completely financing.r. short time.LillianC.ftarson .
t't'"' Home Of Pbea. Mr. INSURANCE, ROwrd .. faralihed. covering Jacheeavale. a
Delivery ....... 00 .u.!! ., A/T A/C. I.area. .11 .UHtlei, .
Rlttaua 475-1 US*. 2/2 4tebg .... .. Ageacy Farmer' UNDERWOOD MOTEL Galaeivlllo, Lb City and.
bakes, new tfc-aa,
( a ** St. .... ....
Cylinder & 2/23 BARGAIN 29 mmax.ll ., ... Deals Salt Baldlag. 301 Nash .. Storko. l22Ufcf < Aafaatbie .1' P. I

.. Bulk SoBth ol ..It..... 1,495. P.... WV4- ..... .."...01. Lake Bailer 22COMMERCIAL/ rell.tMr. R9.y,1405481.44151x .
GasBOOTS ORLANDO CLIPPER U/c" Itcbf 2/2 10/11 U.lBINCOME latervlaw aad *,pt. LOST i1Lmti
BASS BOAT, 10 bp. Zeaed BB. Itcbg 2/2 E

Evlarada. ....tr.. troBlagaietor WATSON'S TAX HELP 100"l85let with 1,400 ... ft
,.1'1... galvaalaedtrailer < TORINOi Tae i"r, EXPERIENCED! Ream. "..DI.,
.. 1500. CaU4732087.Itpd oa VACUUMS! elks awaw. able ratoa. Vod Prakt, K.,._. M AI.Hap 21. NEW LOCATION A aide. dog. Longhaired.
.ow .. /Flit. P/8. P/B A/C. Lake City Call 751-449. ) accee. Preferred; will eee.lderJanler BRANCH OFFICE white with brown
2/2 ,
well .
: '- -.... Naw. SIJUW ...... 2/2 lpd 1/9 KEYSTONE .275/ operator. Far late US 301 NORTH ipotf. W_ k..t Men one
ropabr.all. REALTY 471- Loa 8 ....
XT 47347S3. eIehgPERSONALS 4732211 to LAWTEY, FLORIDA {
GE AM/FM STCREOtCarrard 2611.kkg 22KEYSTONEi nato down Crirfb loop by 1
aiceiaarlii 5t30. .
toratable. txcelleotcoadltiea. .. .. .. HOME REMODELING "If p.n. er aval.Aak 7824808S Grigcr ...... The dog| all'
arradine'sWRANGI.FIt' 'for .
C Doric tll.
I 150., aba .natal A...... G.. .. 1& la diD home, w* da' IIPPmmblac. 3 BR: I bath. .R."I Bath. Bleck. Heat nwor to .\ >. Reward

1l'S1FS etere itaad (5JM,, ...- ""7110. / J electrical, kern. All .burg ....., POSIT CHAA. ....... 51/4 Pet It oftrrcd. For hifurmulM.. ,
? ( ......
'. 8910. tots 2/2 ., room addltoa; ate. kitchen *aulpp|. .Urge lot. E.M.TJ. Mtg., UI.ooo.F. mil 9S4430S daytime wtdMM4443
; JUSTIN I!IN<;<> Goad work' at a reaooaable CM/A carport, I year ..parl...* ..".1...... ..... 3'BR.2"ba7h' brick. evenkigi.FkrOand .I
YARD BALES .-...P".* 954- M.., law .
Fab. 4 A 5. sad 5337,1/12 waiher/dryor coaaectloai, meet htceai ..
2 .
.... MvUg YOUR HOME 4tckg 12OFF.CE.'MACHINES ..... ... CH/AJ flreplaeee.
8:30 .
tU dark, 4le.tletaq3r.1 .I..t ....U... galdcllaea be aa- .
oleetloa' aad sad
Ourprlcieaad with 7 .
aiotor, "' ? W....".,., KEYSTONE HTS. *.plo,." far 30 ..,. prlarto "1' 81.000|...10
'are always. BEST! kalck-kaacki. ....., dadaa.d otbor 1 ltea ........ tharaugb. heat led REALTY 473-2814. Itchg applkattoa., For appllca- acrei, '!!.!o!.__

..... aad ace, ether CENTER....'. traaa.. ............, each rogbtera. ,, aervlced.Freak' .. 2/2 tloai. restart Vela. Beautiful lam *r ._.
Bella plus 18 to 56,' .. .. Btajrbo. /... Pbaaa Teal' 864- Office' Maeblaee. all Realty
.eoll. k.... Case DUPLEX Brewalag, Roeai 208\, V.... 5 acrea aad ap 12
AD Leather by ..eI 3... 4 .1./... W. Froailatereectlaa Itpd 2/2' P..... 7824020. 1/12 Stpd BR, Carpet Uataralihod.te..., relrigerala.N. 2 Couaty Coartheaao, ..... Pcrceit.l!..,.._ 313 N.T.....A,...
301 lad. 14 ea HAY Hl....' 2/9 Butler Itehg. '
10 .
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CARRADINESLEATHER8HOP t..rshlldree.124N aero .
SR t0,Gllboaly Trailer Park. par ..... BABYSIT.hi ., baai ,. .. I ......, laclag 230 ---
JRl Myrtle S 130. Pb -
Itckg 22LABRADOR Pbea. .." k-d>r.. 7 *... Ill 8:30 REAMER HEATER EARTHWORM 961.7700
Lawtov, FlerUa 2/2FIBEWOOD call. 904-5850.. ltcb( 2/2 CLEANING AND REPAIR 964-8082, alter 6 .... lift GROWERS seeded aaw to Wlce Rd.. .:..SJJJOp. ---

7873400K RETRIEVER Whiter h .....' It* time to 2/2 compete with Sprhig raeh. 2 BR taralahed. Iraaieheaia

PUPPY week old ARCreglatored. : SHARPENING Drop have. year belter mad. Excelbiat. ......Ing potcatlel. .la*. washer ... 11/1 acre oa 301 with 4

'75. 1 .ale.. .1 ......, .II .In Kayatan. at tba.Aa, laraacei abased. readchocked. BR.APARTMENTS Inquire at I T.sad....2 1370 ....... ......t..t. dryer13100.. .___ ...1IdI...,seed. aa OFFER.
BRASINGTbNc.diD.ac Ionia.. 473-322. ...., !.' M.tr... .t Call Jr. R.... CeaUct R a. C W.r. ... .
llckg 1(1 .. .-Ul.. Motel. North Temple A...., 8'....... block. bemeUrge 1 + --
.i OldsmgS68eSales. .oJ'" 1. .. Smvlaa Statlaa mad today. 7824328 or ... ...961. 9844784. Sheppard St.,AKamaata .a. I aero tZ3.0OO It Acree aid trailer. ,
DRAPERIES."! :.riWcl. ... Auto. and. Midway, '7t4lavltetieaa 2/3 2thg lit Sarlagi. Pb....._ 3O5-33l-, .t .t
.. $erYbe .lee .aUolSir.>keor., ;- ....liaEuleaf. >BUNDYMce. .. / Lake 51utb..Washer..gw.rAVAT611/"" .*11,1ealEr" .n tWr/SSTsHEb-iYdiWifrt fittBR. *54 all 2tehj !,/ :"?" 38M Acrwlsio-;; ]Ml N:0466N! 50

Fine Selection Used 44 wMeVAlee. **I. ealpboao ... ; ai /bi StarCaV Idle REPAIR. 'W........ 1"" pe '" 1 ..,. T..... laa.608.. .. --- _.
bath air,
.. Dealer carpet -- -
Cora Taken On 'wlndowi. 44", 52-, 82" ....; VnUTILITY Starka Palal aad .aagravlag.. HOUSEKEEPER/BABY .7 48> Acre ta Lowley area.
Itp 38hlgb. Pboao 47349671er- Kayotaao+, Jeweler. 1K13BUSINESS 1106/..,' ... SITTER Neaeaioker, I 100A 'I abe 10 are tract
r. Road apeee. !.MO.-
Trades ,
Cadillac Graaarri Im
I Inipectfe*. Itpd 2/2 11/013 .. .. .... 7,301. ... ... ---
.... .. d.,..It. P..... .. ..44. 222tpd a S ?
BC Gard YIaaL111re
..,,_ ... ..... oo
2001 N.W. 13 378-5301 "' lra 29COTTAGE mud hive ... Irary orts- 29 A. w. us. 100 let oa Sampeea take.Vary .
... .. "" '
P. .
25TVi 1978 Mete r. 'tohto*.Ugbt 475-1322. J' ; 111I | t....... R.I'.... Area. Pboaa -----
GAINESVILLELONGCHAMP P....*' 473-8087... lacpeeI I toag.* aad Oowgo'r 4tcb. 2/23 +. FOR RENT.. 431-1737. 1/20 3lchg 2/9 43 Acrec ....... pies 301 well bellVslR, Ceo:
t.... aad price. llpd 2/2 delivered. OPPORTUNITIESHAVE Lib. ....t.Year recd, 473'4J88. death. SI3A.OOO_ toraia.App Blab. home, aced hrbesI.sas
.... 2/2 I I
Ffciaacbig..o PRICES PAIDer ... Itcfcg IP""" lest back *lahoppiap
2 Seat
I area Little'
mobile .kernel If ..n. j
toatbo to NICELY FURNISHED ceater.Heve .
PATIO COVER,, I i20 lorhomo l each ..8ta.. la. 3/4 paid .r ..... A highly" preOubloaad APARTMENTS Three Ihurge Pa Lake. 3 BR, .MH. -; --- -
You A aad ....". ...... 9644021. / MOBILE, HOME ....tIhtI Jeaa Sbap. .. : room* and ball. 8UtUJtle MISCELLANEOUSJJ '".JOe. 3 III.t .*.. adjelalagappx. .... .... tall. to celliroporty
Buy (199 .Ita0ad. .Ist ..... GUNS 964-5008. Ope 7 year ._. Foatorlag. the ......II.... Private 1 I BR I.... I*BR aa c.MH aa SR IS .hi
<, ..U... GATOR ALU 25' FOR weekly. tll... tale* .la J..., Deabac. aid ..,1'..... laoab803. E.Wuhtagtea GUT A TASTE: FOR ADVENTURE Both 1"11I.000 aptea. sae .la aadVoralo
..,f: MINUM. P"... 171..,.,. Dek...aad.'.. 8p.r w.... 114,500 .hi. Av.*. tf/chf ? Yea wlU llad. It I2SJKW er aba a .....
4629 N.W. 13th 8t, GalavIBc. **-. SEPTIC. clad. ......... laveatary, .hi the Navy. Travel te exciting D4 Y.E"E" WEEKENDS
8/11 U/cfcg TWO ... P..... 7824MM
BAHIA H4 Ihtora. tralDI.,. Ye* aiay .. Work oa space Plio ......7700
Home H"AVF 'R'i ; Aleclaaad ,blcbly. .ort.. .punp-auta. (.....ta., 140... P.Fait.. have yoar atoro epic .hi aa lk apply.>.... water.Plum* Air 782-JJ32.aodl- age *"ulp.*.'. Get top P.OdaaiRag.
Caaatol.' II 6 Pboao R.P. Hall / Call aay tlaia ler Mr. aad. a great latara. For more Broker j
Clyde H.... VETERAN I....... ((205)) alll- 30IIIt.. UNDER MEW '...'.....'....;? coalact Chief. { E..... 964 5476
.75/MI.1 ...
2tchg 2/2 HOUSES Kelly mo at
out your garage U MANAGEMENTMobile .Bradford. Square Moaday. 10 .. Pearl AadrewaAaaadato
... ,. .keep t". .. '
Qfr. .... 2 ...
Baleen. 2 Bayaiedera te Tharcday 1 $ 9647739Jaael
... .... property

J. 473-2408. ...
service. atitlaaa to Homes t* S p 1/12 I7tchg Distinctive |
HOUSE : Stark. Pka M4 1253.Itpd 428Reg. SterlacAaaacUte
r WANTED ) :!
ceadltiea, 2 TANK A CREASE 1/18 For Rent App. .t- St.d. Phaaa4W .O pportunityin 2Merchandising 7824896
.....t.......* ( .2126 496-29O3. lie
....aoos. 2/2 alaauata, ... II.... V or KgMOBILE g
...... Jao .. .. ,
and F. In Country HOM a
Home Building WANTED Laud. FOR All ....1.... Lost AND fOUND ppygtpptOn1llnouaNrqtea
lor real lorpleating. BALE woman' epparot
: your own [ii:B RALPH
,;'". Material Pkeae 488-1440 twain Lala .. ... .... 8/31 U/cka;- Ih.. 2 Or 3 SERVICE. POLES 8 g ,

-WE BUILD alter 6 p.., 1116 2tpd. 2/2 2/" ale ell coMPicre 1fMIifRR'I! ) .

':. Four Plans/ Or Ours _...:....- C.t. ,. $ '....te. la. laaorablal. LOST) Black.. L........,. ail Bedrooms 3:3: ndcuHnmfl nwNHG"se.0dm.1d oant..... ; .". .. BRYAN
... eaveraa-e bjr .
WANTED Ued. CaO .1801 a* eld feciile pappy. aid Real Estate
Your Lot Or Ours relrlger' JOE USHER rwaiaiiM '"l
dt/el 1'1.' ... Rocky.Reward. al1
atari.. weaker, .&.,.. I I.) 496-2128 Furnished Or '
FREE ESTIMATES good ceadlUea. P..... Dab I FRAME or 496- Lake* Braaklya. area. Call 200. AMP. S ScUJJNO FlrWT' qualityimim 2117 N. Temple
4734949 Itpd 2/2 hiaiid__'* pcarol 'ItlI
Remodeling Repairs ".1" Dllceaat, at M47f23jOchj SALEi or to
.... moved UnfurnishedPhont 08 M t 20%10 30% twtow iranuO 964-8788
., Additions _. SAW SHOP COM- REWARD OFFERED, O liclurv auooaMad redpram 2

Homes Bought WANTED TO IVY MekOebom ,call Lake 4984181 Bruce ........... aarvlea retara of ..... Gcraiaaahepberd. aA.Tii 4 a>if tt W.M.' 't.6 T OFFICE OPEN
... ...... ........ SATURDAYS2
aad Orel. TOP Black. with white
Sold TradedACIEACEFOtt' nice Rbodoa.Rl.8. newer blade, bellow Bill Austin q ..,............:
lit paid. Pboaa Lake. City, .,, i Battor. Itpd aa beat.. Tbrao year. aid SUNDAY BY APPT.
aad. .. ........ 54 "
altor SM Leave aad .1.... fer week Q
= .T--- ...0..75I..tIIO, .... twe !f ..o.-......
.117514452.1,1E/pd. .3/2 24x80 1 Bulldl.. Sap ply. Iroai Graadla .1'''.C.8159. 934-8114 D ACREAGE FROM ".GOO
ii: } ..- .. : acred to ale. or Keyetaa Helgati. 2545. lUhg 2/2 :; 8 AN ACRELawtey
1 .
S".E 2 .t .J8TIW! MORTGAGES hath.. LR ::it 1 aad 2 ....... S ta
::s 1 :Loeklag. t. bay lit or 24mortgagee ., seek itov. --- -----'-- 28 aired 40 u.... 50
:' II........ (; biBi"Tom:
at ......./. ; Sezvice Co. ......
801 South R....eabl. prhteo pakl.Pbcao IOxi..Ia.ge. elpptaJl 301 N. S acreel 1 acrewith
HighiMy# R.C.Pomama.. I North al 1'1.. GEORGE ROBERTS JR. woB aad aeptl taah.Tbaroaaai d
1 1.. Jeb> T... DON'T FUSS CALL US .. .Roil Ectota Broker
< 964.8312
Si lee> : 11 J...e..... 'mortgage broker.20S .,- E Dsc-o-MOOE'' OIsGOMOD* 1 ant 1 acraat
j K.Temple A**.; ,Stark. I"'.000. P. We Phea. 9847828R A 18 acre. .
All Electric
: :::. .....9844908.. Call GalaaTraiapertatlea *-. I Itcag I 2/2 Service Appliances N N.r1a Ter..+.Ares1Aa.g. Ktyateaei S BR far..

vise' ;'*154l5*, *......8.... I BY OWNER A Oar Rates'Are ReasonableOur ."LOm IDA ...... o*> Silver. Bead
t 1Alell. !!. IIIIiR! '" -1111 ota" III" '*"" '._.rete II..... + tton. rtJHOMAS13 ...... I

lor chU to I h a'..S mlkn.. \ L Work Is Guaranteed Broekert 28 ar** lad 3 BRbflck '

::'- 2'" thru 6" L.... ..t..... 'Moa-Frl. he- I Itw. Helghto.' 268.WaS1. rr REALTY .....
..2-3:30 p at., treat 2800 I IIIlack [;........ .- ...FI...... ,. We Want Your business! Phaeaat G revet IS ...... .
x 'Fst, RotaryiDrl'hin 2 1/2 acre. 984-5085 with pooaa aad **.k treec.Mergaa I
l NYt90, ** I Walaat. St.
>* Y Irime .... 421 North ...
2488. Itpd / Formerly Stark Sewing Center I 2 I la Rdi 1 acre '
P *
:Equipment Galaoevfflo v. f< >fco/J .. 3 acre, with 2 ; Stark. r..12OI1. ... .boaaa.CrMia I
I. ; $ ,.., 2e84 21.p ONC g4 SATURDAY Approved SINGER Dealer :::dr r..r'.: 9044102F.aerly
aegjhjtt. .. I...... ... Lap 20 aero adha.
': .......We --. I A J.T......*
SPATE. o, CENSE 216 E. Cell St. Starke, Fla. .. beaeo 8 acre .with
''" redicerited, 3... 2 bath Mock. beo.ee .b5aratga Real Estate:
T i i ;f.iySBdTRAVEll ,
; .. ... ataohed. lh h pead.Ferayth
.1 .'*....IPumps'...... refrigerator, oa appro I HdghtwTw. >
I.: ,; > TIiAILERrI( .b! Ilia.. 0..! ',100.Good Term _ __ ... .. -.Jo'' Oaa air-1.-* alto*. Rdt 5 acre* aad 4
.30 It ......,.. 2/2 ... THE WIFE & I CERAMIC STUDIO BR brick. base
16 : Itpd.. I.........C.,.. -- -- 20-eere kale very. naldealhU. sad ....11. i
:",. 11 I Realty. .. beiatlfal. had lawtay. U S.; 301'In Qarrard Industrial' Park 'reaaeaable.lust all SR 18. .base. *. .sa.loo ,8*.th. la City .48 acrca, goaddevolopaioat \
Y1 New, & UsedialesPartsService .... ; It. river Irootage, '- paved reed.,; ewacr, =........... Ireca potoalUL (
.OLIN'S DISCOUNT weeded, part ,,782-3226 13,200. '
ice WAREBOUS&- LARGE \ .. pacture. Dlttnbutof For Duncan Product 3 BR .brick wRh...da. totew '___ .. I
HWY. WEST Largo let I "* c,... KMna. CaramleSuppll *. t& Acre with **atl* sob Rallardr 18 aeraa.WOODED ,
E-Z Terms '1', ,rr,8TARKE" Lawtey.$ ',. ** beaatifaJ, brick **, Paint' Slip. Custom Plrtng. Or..n War, CI..*.. culvert aad water readyler
t 0 \H4-6 08 Imaacbig. by 3 BR 3 1/2 bath balhVbieck BUILDING 1.
i. ............ u...... ", Ovca' 7 dey_.'week C.rlllcK..... ..., cad wary more FREE DEMONSTRATION By Wilma Wyn. 3 BR.. City Llmita.. homo mSlarhe ....iaab8. 8R-S25.barn awaor, Haaiptoa all .LOTS .

:;1Plu\ mblnEi i! BVILDIM/ NEEDB ]Lawtey, 3305 Greet =:tlo., (Teacher & Author) Crush Strokes --- Hare 85400. SR 230i SR 100 West I i i
....."... .;:. Beooaat Clab.
III Bdi Cooatry
.' .. e..fru. -" -"*-- : Largo 4BR. tease boa**., t
4;,S ? *..*. ..." 1974MOIILE .ct.ly I Sire, Anrf 3-D CvtfnQ.'Tuosday Feb. 7 2.4 p.m. LR family. room, aa tea her BR,? bauTooMMtobtoch t

; New, Installation, Strip? Iaapetyd .Jt.Q, It, totally .. ...... 2-tory from acre, Jait elf 8R 18. boa*. to *ity.wlthcarport COMMERCIAL I
f>4, ..752a3i 2 "bath with a, III bath. --- mad paved drive. US 201, prlai. loottlaa hielty

;. :t Remodeling. .70 altar BR. 1 p_- badicaped ,..... 301 North! 3 .BR. LR, way. By ...t. ...,. ,vr 400 It. Ireatige I
11-2 Wire 12 1/2 K. --- tram beeee, aa tea acne, will aefl all or aay .
= ; Praia. Field. .. Pipe 19 WU 3 : .lace. i commercial CRANE.EIVICE tractor aad ......._t. F.Da..... TboauMReg. Let a* ehew .yea haw to
Repairs ---r doabbrwlde. ).. 1/65) 301 North' "- Reel. Estate boa the' high. s..5 .,
... .. ..... .. ...... with k
a. ....u. u." FINISHED d? mmate* Heavy Loading & Un Loading ..Several. common!*! lets oa halldlag. a Realtyhailt
UNFINISHED right, -- 301 Office Neekel Bea .- at
DurranciPOMPS ,UTlLny Rftehvl .... H.:FealkacrAeeeetMee 9844182Evaalag .ha .... '10/... II.
.. ..... .. ...... (Concrete ,
:: .;. .ec.. e e BUILDINGS Baker,372: lled'or PouringAll<. Types Erection 12 tire. lad 3 BR CB --- Evealoge. ... W**.baditALPH
& Fri... Start at 3385. .homo. with lastly rear 2bathe. .
J \ SUPPLY i Delivery Fro wJth4acealty PIAM9TJW' L.'*..+ar ,4- j Up T<1 30 Ton Capacity/ WoW/e Crane With JOS' Boom CH/A. Wu4 afLiwtcy. I 533-2210 BRYAN:964.5Realiq:' 20R

( "". -" .II... --
4COM 1' ; FINANCING ,, .prompt I .. M.B....... GEORGE ROBERTS JR. WAYNE DOfCLASimirinr -
[if t AYAILABLE -/ i" ,, MARLOWE I. SMITH ELECTRIC CO. ....Reel Eltate Broker. Steve '._.- 9644393 + .f
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,_ "' 964.0171vedaIetd. EV0.9444M1 .. ,
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}: .$Ia ... j NEW ft U8KD'rOVEW ills ... ; .. 412"81 Alerhpa' : '2.''; eNvlce1i -.-- ii 4 S : l
Harold ,
:" ., 5 !!1 0Iading Stark. .. 'i4r, A. Ceo*
Saturday i
if; f,964".70 ..t d-.F. .... 9844944VA J j'Mi-l\ll.: \ > e W'J|: HI RILE ill