Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04141
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04141
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I STARKE] ELEMENTARY NEWS I Lawtey Approv "' I 1 w.

Thursday L daughter of Mr. Mrs. Shawn Thorpe
Hoffman fourth Young( .
Mrs. Winifred Tomlinson. Betty Johanna Brown Teresa
grade claw to show slide of Ann Green daughter of Mr. fc Guthrie Rebecca: Lawson.Sue taro Sale Of Acreage i r
his trip'to Egypt Seeing Mm Charles A. Green Karen Ann Nettles Deborah I I, :
people they knew standing in Kimutla daughter of Mr. ft Tylicyka, Lisa Water. Tricia s
front of the pyramids In the Mm. Edward Kimutm Lisa
Lawson Kimberly Casey, '
museum of King TuU Water, daughter of Mr. Betty Arm Greene, Misale { .. ,+ To School Board;: :

treasure, and other placet Mrs, Larry W.ten.The Thompson, CarolineHamlltcm. ..Ay...., a. .,.
they recognized: made Egypt Star Students for this Mary Ann '(fI''!. ,I, .
real place and not just a week are a* follows: Thompson, Mary Porchlazzo. r ... Lawtey council member situation of ",.-IOIden.Uelng !.
story in the text book. The Oliver Tyson Is the 8th Michael Water., Karen paved the way Monday.' Feb. up traffic at the school}"
students were very enthusiastic l grade star student, Oliver is Ellxson, Melissa Burnsed. I. 6. for the purchase of 396 Approved by the councilwas
and would like Mr. the ton of Mr. Mrs. Oliver Daniel Knowle. Mr. ores of I land adjacent to a 5 percent cost of living
Peek to' return to' show other Tyson. Oliver's favorite sport Adklnson' class was the Lawtey Elementary School by Increase for Jordan. The chief
countries he has visited. 1 Is football and his teacher'sare overall winner of the week, _. approving the erection of asked for a rate to
Another visitor at Starke Mrs. McClelland and Mrs. Mrs. Morton's class 2nd. \ gates at the Intersection of correspond with a raise that
Elementary was Don Denton Adam St. and Park St. and
Long. 4. will be given to the two
who spent Tuesday morning ltie O'steen Is our 4th Just before Christmas the Adams and US-3o1. policemen Feb. 15. VK,
Feb.7.In the 5th grade classesof student, she la the students voted on a school School board attorney Jesse In other business,
Mrs. Reddish and Mrs.Adkineon. daughter of Mr. and Mr*. name and school colors. The er e I Wolbert approached the councll fF!. CETA1,|
He gave a very Rodney King. Mrs.Hoffman isLorri. school name Is the RoadRunners : + k council with the school _
Interesting presentation on teacher. and the colors are board's plan for purchase of Learned a safety
Drug Abuse! In addition to Mr. Angela Montgomery Is our Bold with black lettering. The ( I the Suslow property for cut the pump off has ,,
Denton's lecture the children 3rd grade star student She is Starke Elementary School ._ r'c Z8,000 for school expansion If Installed on the city well to
enjoyed seeing drug slides, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. store I I. now selling T-shirt the council would either close insure against power
drug paraphernalia, and Isaac Montgomery. Angela's with the school name and Campbell Soup winners of the week kindergarten through second: : the street north of the school shortages.Agreed. ,."
asking ques ons. favorite sport la tennis and she colors for children and adults Front row (Frt Jason Thomas, Sharon Thomas Theresa Gulherle Mignon Carroll and or allow the board to Install to advertise for,,,
As explained In our Starke Is In Mr. Crawford' das at a coat of $3.50: for all size. Candlce Roberts. -' gates.Wolbert. clerical: help for eight hour a
Elementary news last Thought we would share a Middle (l-r" Charlotte Terry, Faith Reich Sherry Manor Lisa Waters Toby Griffls. and said the council's week as a trainee under city
week three students are. poem written by Scott SCHOOL MENU Darin Patterson. immediate action was clerk Lucille Shuford. ,"
selected each week to be the McEwan. Scott was one of ourStarStudents PEB.I3-FEB.1T Standing (l-rr) Ryan Moore. Saamle ThomDNon. Renee Hewett, Nicky Gaulhler. and l Sherry necessary for the board to -Approved writing a letterto
Star Student for the week. from last week Mack. Mhulng are Johanna Brew and Selena Norman. purchase the property within the state Department of
Before I took over this little and la I in Mrs. Redding' MONDAY Hamburger on the 45 days for the price Transportation about the
job there had been about room. bun,lettuce: ,tomato & pickle offered to the board Jan. 3. possibility of moving the
twelve students who had been In the future you see. potato chips banana pudding F---- On a motion by Ben exlsltlng school caution lights
selected to' be the Star Is a far off time into space milk. McCullcy and seconded by further south on US-301 to the
Student, we consider this to be It will be soon, when we landon Buster Bennett the council Standard Station to better
an honor so I thought it important the moon TUESDAY: Meat sauce + unanimously gave the school accommodate children
to go back few weeks It won't cost much, to live out with spaghetti, cheese slice, I e board permission to erect crossing.
and list these twelve studentsso there. garden salad, apple pie, gates to' block the road from Approved an ,
they are as follows: Justin That's In the future french bread milk.WEDNESDAY the opening of the school day experimental project to put
Williams,' son of Mr. & Mrs. That will be soon wait, you until school'. out provided the slag rock on SR.2UUB to SK-
Lamar Williams, Cindy will see. ) Chicken board maintains the gates and 225. Council members said the ;
Parade daughter of Mr. & Our Campbell soup label with rice peanut butter opens and closes them as not slag Is supposed to' be better
Mrs Romeo Parado Frank drive seems to be'getting into sweet cup. to be a burden on Lawtey than limerock: with more
greens potato
Long,son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank full swing. The boy ana girls souffle, fruit cup cornbread policemen.. substance per pound than
Long. Sr.,Shawn Jackson son are trying hard each week to milk. Police chief MM. Jordan limerock and won't wash
of Mr. & Mrs. Charles be the winner for the week. said the gates would help the away.
Jackson Ron Willis grandsonof The following boy and girls THRUSDAYi Hamburgergravy :,
Mrs. Dorothy Tetatone. are the winners for the week mashed potatoes,
Caroline Hamilton, daughterof and are trying hard to keep string beans apple sauce, "Behind an able man there are always other able men."
Mr & Mrs. Jessie the title. Candice Roberts roll. milk. Chinese proverb
Hamilton Keith Gilllngham.! Mignon Carroll. Sherry ... f
son of Mr. & Mrs Keith O. Mattox. Selena Norman, FRIDAY Beans with 3 :, '"r b
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Gillingham, Kellie Baldwin Jason Thomas Renee Hewett welners cabbage slaw french Previous Star Student winners" are: glp.IR511111051,I .....I'r' [01'1' ,..
daughter/ of Mr. & Mrs. Jerald Toby Griff, Darin Patterson, 3rd Parado, 3rd grade; Frank Long. 4th
fries, strawberry Jells,cookie Front row <.l-r>: Justine. Williams grade; Cindy .
Baldwin. Deanna Tomlinson Sammie Thompson Alls' milk. grade; 8ha Jackson 4th grade; Ron Willis,Stb grade ,
Back (tr.): Caroline Hamilton. 5th grade; Keith Gilllngham 4th grade; Kellie Baldwin. 4lh REVIVALWITH
Deanna Tomlinson. grade] Betty Ann Greene 4th grade. l
Not shown Karen Klmutls,5th grade and Lisa Waters 3rd grade. :'


[ Graduates
I ail,, As Communications Specialist I,

_. An official at Sheppard

AFB Texas, has announcedthe I
graduation of Airman 7
,Jimmy L. Scott from the U.S.
Air Force's communications
specialist course conducted by l II!
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A *' Airman Scott son of Mr. 1
and Mrs. William L. Scott of 4 'fJ f\\ *

L4r Rt. 1. Starke is now trained to .. .
Klarke Elementary Star Students of the week are (l-rtt w4sr ,operate leletypewritar) equipment
Angola. Mont \om, eLorrIe, \\.J O'.teen and Oliver eMT"'''soar a eai.Jlt1L .. "' "-J q used in-the world-wide'! \ _;. J In/trya0/ t preaching And Songs":;
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... tJO"bn.en".u.Ie system, and will/ serve alj J, feb.K-ir 7:30 11116.." .
'Clark AB Philippines E
i I of the course earnedthe

_- -__ I individual associate credits in towardsan applied ARSTASSEMBLYOFGOD"The'H.appy \

OBITUARIES.JI Grades three through five Campbell Soup label winners of the week are science degree through the
Front(t-r)t Rebecca Lawson. Lisa Waters Kim Casey and Deborah Tylictka. Community College of the Air Church"
Middle ( -..)l Betty Ann Greene Trlcia Lawson' Sue Ann Nettles Michael W.te..anWanl-l.; Force.
Knowle I < Highway feAt Weldon Rd Starke Fla.
Standing l-ri Melissa Burnseed. Karen Elision Mary Porchlayio, Melissa Thompson. The airman Is a 1975 high
',Mary Ann Thompson and Caroline Hamilton. school graduate. 1L
Mrs. Ethel J.MurpheyMrs Mrs.Mamie P.Scott
Mrs. Mamie P. Scott, 75. of

Ethel J. Murphey 66.. Route 2.' Starker died Friday
of Route 1. Lawtey died morning In the Bradford
Thursday. Feb 2 In St. Vin County Hospital following,,a
cent's Hospital in Jackson. long illness. '
ville. Born in Dot nan, Ala. on July \
31. 1902 Mrs. Scott moved to'

Born In Canada. Feb. 1, Starke 13 year ago from,
1912. Mrs. Murphey had lived Auburndale Fla. She was a I
in Lawtey 3'j' years and was a member of the Auburndale : : r2163 ;;.4 :

member of the Presbyterian Freewill Baptist Include Church. ( Nor : "4-1011 ''Y "f'
Church Survivors one : _l ,J JPlymaulfi
brother J.T, Wood of Dothan
Survivors include her hus Ala: two! sisters Mrs Ode A. J ,Temple Aye.
band. James T. Murphey; two Harrell and Mrs. Veanle D. poa OodgeTruclss J
daughters. Mrs. James Parramore. .both of Starke. CHR'USL'R I ,
Herryhill of Orange Park,''and Funeral services were held Starke, Fiore Mon. Sorts f'
Mrs. Jane! White of Memphis. Monday In the Auburndale
Tenn; one brother.! Leslie Freewill Baptist Church with I 1 1
Beeves O'f Oakland. Term: two Rev. David Matthews and
sisters. Mrs. Grace Smith of Rev. Hoke O'Berry of
Washington. Mich and Mrs. ficiating. Interment was In ,
Florence Shaw of London., Auburndale Memorial Park Mr. Vera Adam, one of our para-professionals shows the
England: : and 12 grand- Cemetery under the direction Stark Elementary School T-Shlrl now on sale at the school
children. or Kersey Funeral Home. store.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral IfYouAre-InThe
Funeral services were held Home In Starke was In chargeof
Saturday.Feb. A. in the Starke local arrangements n yv 9 r -
First Presbyterian Church Willie E.Rosier 49!

with Dr. Jack G. Hand .of. Willie E. Rozler. 94. of In the language of flower ,a rose of any color means, Market, For A New
rIeia ling. Route 2. Melrose. died love.."
I Burial; was in Jacksonville Tuesday, Feb. 7. In Gainesville
Memory Gardens with after a long Illness. Methodist Youth Activitiesby
arrangements under the Born ..in Liberty County. QarComeSeeVsFirst '
direction of DeWitt C. Jones Georgia Nov. 4. 1883. Mr.
"'unerailiome of Starke. Rosier moved from .Jacksonville Don Denton. Mrs. Oleeta Hardenbrook.
to Melrose In July 1979. Vouin Director Dianne Crews and Mary Anne
Airs. Bernice D.Teuton He was a retired woods rider The Thursday night, Bible Miller were appointed as a
for a naval store business anda Class of young people met and committee to plan a weekend
Mrs. Bernice Tetstone.66.. member of the Ellam began a new series of study. beach retreat for the group.A j i
of Heilbronn Springs died Baptist Church at Melrose. The group will be studyingthe second committee was 141 I,
Sunday morning in the Bradford Survivor include his wife creation for the next appointed which Includes: Rev. We Have A '
County Hospital followinga Nora Strickland Healer: four' several weeks. Don Denton. Lynn Loper. and ,
lingering illness. daughters: Mrs. Kathleen Elaine Thornton and Beth Mike Whiff en to' plan a one I
Roberts of' Melrose Mrs. Strickland served the youth week summer retreat for the !oj
Born In Titusville. r'la.. on Jessie Holley of West Palm snack supper Sunday evening. group. The youth concluded Complete Service '.
Octobers IS.- JIH 1. Mrs. Tet- Beach. Mrs. Everlyn Wrench Todd Denton opened the their meeting with a Bible ;: r
stone had lived In Starke for 26 of Jacksonville Mrs. Byllie meeting with devotions. quiz. h.. ,
>'ears.(She was A Baptist and Pollock of Albany. G*.: six .. ,.
had worked as a presser for a grandchildren and seven Department To Repair'
laundry and dry cleaners.. great, grandchildren. Dwight Slater'sFood ,

Surlvore Include her' hus held Funeral at 1 p.m.services Thursday will In the be I & Scat ; .' ',.' ,. .,. Your Car -: -
band., Ancil Tetstone: three DeWitt C Jones Funeral "',1..tI. ::.} aI
daughters Mrs. Edna Home Chapel at Keystone .J. .
Thomas. Mrs. Betty Harris. Height with Rev. Elaine Open U,S. 301 S. ,
and Mrs\ Frances Rehberg.all Allen officiating. Burial will 7AM.12PM. & Walnut St .I
of Starke: one son. Sonny be in Melrose Cemetery. I.
Tetstone of Starke: five X: 'K. $ f.:<:::iIx' 3 Ola. DIXIE LUBe FLATS .'.

brothers Buddy Davis Wood- Of Tbeeksx MOTOR OIL .t" EMS LARGE .,
row Davis. Russell Davis and Cerd >, <
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Harold Davis all of Titusville CM 84 01*. 'a" Plus. Tu If 69 ,a>4 DOZ., Elbert Freeman 45 Years 'j. /;
and Richard Davis, of Mims. ',', '" '
To our relative, neighbors .Experience In : $ 'at'n Royal ,<
Fla.: and nine grandchildren and friend: A special thanks ,
Funeral services were held shown .ortOIn'6' "' AUMttNKf SCHUTZ" MALT \
the thoughtfulness
for Wes Auto Sales '
C. Dumas. Sales manage .
Tuesday in the DeWltt our family during our wax IRa LIQ80R '
Jones Chapel with Elder O.M. bereavement. Owners & Service I

Yarborough officiating. Inter- I11So.,. M CaN 2Qts. 'tt" ,
ment was in the family plot in Family Luther"Pete" Overcoat

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II Schools To.Observe Volunteer'Appreciation Week

.x erne vwumeer appreciation Wee In Bradford County will Besides these volunteers the School: has a Urge number of
be observed February 13-17 as part of the state observance proclaimed parents who assist in chaperoning field trips, being room
by Gov. Reubin
Askew mothers and helping with PTA prefects.
Recognized throughout the state are volunteers who make I The 'Volunteers on a regular basis assist with and
gift of time and talent to some kind of volunteer service In the kindergartenp1'ereadlnq' either Individually or in small IrOupa
4 schools. In 1976-77 more than 21,000 contributed significantly to Hid PrIncipal Dewey McKinney. '
Askew extension and enrichment of the education of our youth,said McKinney said Southslde!If getting, ready to begin a drive for
mere volunteers Teachers ore to find
surveyed out what kinds
Volunteers work under the direction and guidance of teachers of programs they need help with and volunteers will flU those
and administrator and are trained to be of Invaluable spots. ,'\
assistance, not only In accomplishing clerical tasks but also In McKinney said while mOlt volunteers have children in that ,
providing students with the individualized instruction and attention school center it does not mean others ss senior citizens could
they so desperately need Askew continued. be utilized Volunteers are screened and trained for classroom
The recognition of school volunteers provides a basis for a work
Increase commitment by all Interested In education to
utilization of school volunteers In the classrooms of Starke Elementary uses high school students as volunteers on
1I7LT Florida the Elementary a regular basis. These students receive'one credit hour for an
Southslde School has approximately 18 adult hour each day,five day a week spent at SE.
volunteers assisting In various parts of the school program on aregular Volunteers at Starke Elementary grade papers, help with Robin Fellows helps Marvin Slocom Michael Tyler and
basin of once a week. reading, assist In education classes and
physical work Individually Katlna Kelly lit Title 1 reading class at Southslde Elementary.
with children reading
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Hampton Elementary School presently has seven volunteersthat -- -- -
t work on a regular basis said Principal Connie Clark.
Others work on irregular basis as field trip workers and room
\ Regular volunteers work on a one-to-one basis with children
I I especially In reading skills said Clark. Others help with art
: \ I II classes and physical education classes.
II There are currently ten volunteers working at the school.
i I Mrs.Juanita Stone, Mrs Shirley Drawdy and Mrs. Linda Cox
'oIl work with Mrs. Cook in Kindergarten and First Grade. Mrs.
High school student Bobble Jones and Mrs. Lydia Polk work with Mr. Moxley In
volunteer Shan Edward Physical Education. Mrs. Oelores Drawdy and Miss Annette
grades papers at Starke 'i Bass work with Mrs.Fussell in the office. Mrs. Yvonne Tetstone rl .'
Elementary works with Mrs. Scott In First and Second Grade. Mrs. Judy '
Wentworth works with Mrs.Paul in the Library. Mrs.Margaret ,
,, Dyal works with Mrs.Jackson In Second and Third Grades. M.J 4r ", t --S.
Volunteers are required to work a minimum of one hour a dayat ,
iot.' :"' least two days per week. Several volunteers work at school ., N ,

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Classroom and Physical Education volunteers work with ,. -- ..lltiti
Mrs Linda Cox working with children In Mrs Cook's individuals or small groups of students under the direction of a "
classroom.I I II teacher. Office volunteers assist with clerical duties. s
The Volunteer Program hus been very beneficial to the school
-- in assisting students who need extra help and also helping to Volunteer Susan Vlckers In Laurie Mulllns kindergarten
I T relieve staff members of( certain clerical functions said
: ,i 11-! class at Souttalde helps on he left Beth McKinney and ShannlEasterwood
r ..,. Trit Principal Vellenga. and Tanya Kohler mid Shawna Bellany,

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Melissa Ka Un In Monterey Wasdln's first grade at Soulhulde ; : -,.

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Bradford and Union County MARY S. YEARTA, Home --- Peanut ButterMonogram w ill/ to
Extension Home Economics Economist, Starke, 964.6280 service Is tree to every RATION.aear Sweet Potatoes, ..,*,.59 l r' 79'
Offices will be offering a extension 284 OR In Lake one without regard to ; Rica m itc
race SnacT k 49'
series of "PARENTALPREPAREDNESS Butler. 496-2321, color or national origin. ........$279 Crackers ..ta 1N LE-KO MIMED FIELD "
CLASS- PEAS IOz'C.n 3/85

ES" free of charge for PANTRY PRIDE
four ((4)) consecutive weeks. FRENCH STYLE it

The meetings will be held in: GROWYOUROWNFRUIT .....1 ............10Qv! GREEN BEANS ..
Starke: Tuesday February IaN1ePOTAfa .
t I S .0. Can3SR
Nth. 7 p.m. at the Bradford CHIP.

Lake County Butler Agriculture: Thursday Center. & NUTSPlant DIP'H CHIPS :

February 16th. 7 p.m, Union $65C
General Hospital Conference A Quality Tree Now! ,
We Have A Good Selection Of >r 1 ALKA-
The classes have been FOAMT :' NYQU1L
designed with the guidance of I held Grown Packaged Bare Root -,- .L_ r 10- <; AIM SHAVECREAM SELTZER COLD
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the Medical Staffs at Shands *.YCUT TOOTHPASTI I TABltTS MEDICINE
Teaching Hospital and FRUIT NUT SHADE and SWEET .- .99c..01. w _
9 M
Alachua General Hospital and POTATOES Y-- pmf MwaN

Evelyn Rooks. Human FLOWERING TREES .... : .
Development Specialist, $379 -. 79C ,.-..,. .. .fit
University of Florida Extension Shrubs 1" Up From ''TRAC'I',' : RIGHT
Service. Topics will Include GUARD
pregnancy, nutrition GrapeVines'2s'Up :BL PEIt, : DEODORANT _I COLD '
labor and delivery and care ::
of the newborn baby. Lil 'lCORN( "'" $179 .. u::'aA 117 TABLETS SAVE30's139
Enrollment will be MICHIGAN PEAT "

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Texas '40 Lb. BagCOMPOSTED ,
Domenic J. Myers Jr.. son of COW MANURE rmsMt'. .I'w. ( : 30' ,200. I PANTYHOSE "DtJIt
Mr. and Mrs. Domenic J. nNm.N 24 Food'Fair'PHOTO Center
Myers Sr. of TOASTER
Keystone Kow Brand All Organic Weed Free GALLON
Heights. Fla., hal been PASTRIES I
Bum Essential When Planting --N.Ip .-.-. .
assigned to Sheppard AFB. -'Black $ I
Tex.Force, basic after completing Air 60 Lb. Bag $ ..49c .44 ONB SIZE SUPER DISCOUNT
training. 66c
i Lackland AFB; Tex., the
f. airman studied the Air Force ESF; ..tf ;: l: COLA (
J'. mission, organization and 100% ORGANIC
customs and received special 17* 1 AS '
instruction In human 6-6-6 FERTILIZERWith
t. relations. Completion of this j jGARDEH. AN '
earned the Individual : 7:
training Minors $ 99 ;
f credits towards an associate SPeO ......... I. "
50 Lb. Bag ::5 -,
In applied science degree I Ate _',___ I

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receive specialized training in I I I SWEET e'
;:a'': the communications field. A NURSERY CENTER! 1 LMHT I i I
:: ,,The airman of Bradford Is a 1976 IST ''I J Id MILK UVILV I I'CARNATION I ( S| I Swillio J ,...iQ O ."
graduate High I .
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bv Dolores Mrng Feb. b in Lake City.' She Reverend James Shaw on his A. Grlffis of Graham hey all enjoyed the Rlnglmg grade level. These book are the school: cafeteria: after the trade class ,
'Phone 48H-1I13 weighed I lbs., 9 os. and 50th birthday. They all Paternal great grandparent ,!Brothers Circus: later In the now available on school testing period. This service Is Congratulation! Iff.D these
. *; j.,. Meetings measured It* Inches. Mrs. enjoyed the delicious food and are Mary and Alfonso Talbi of 1 Gay. library shelves for students very Important and studious student. ?
Hampton 4-H Club-Monday, Juanita pearsall it the decorated cake. Graham 1' to enjoy. appreciated by teachers, 7 r 1tt4' .
.. Feb.lA-7:30: : -Hampton maternal grandmother. Lynn Waters is Kelli's proud aunt Mr..; School l News This bookmobile l fa parents and students Bulletin boards .tjttlls and
Elem. School Happy Birthday to Gerald convalescing at home Anna Clayton, had a quick<,1When, teachers arrived at sponsored by Howlngton and ceilings have Uken on the
CIty Council Special Brown.Jr. who celebrated his following surgery at Baptist view of her a few hours after j i ffschopl: on Friday they were Associate! who are full book A-B Horn Roll historic and I,romantic!
Meeting-City Hall-Feb. 13, 7 19th birthday January 31. His Memorial Hospital in she arrived! 't I t ygreeted by Carl Snyder In a Jobbers and furnish books The following HamptonElementary atmosphere for 4whlch
mother, Mrs. Miriam Brown Jacksonville last Thursday. The following from this area \''large Dodge Winnebago from a total oC 80 publishers students were February II notedrThepooms
p.m.City Council Regular celebrated her birthday on Stanley Benckowskl, AK3 were recently elected to the' ,bookmobile van This mobile The books are suitable for successful In achieving! all A'. are gaily decorated} with
II Meeting-City Hall-Feb. 14. February 7. U.S. Navy arrived home Chamber of Commerce Board'of originated In Charleston, S,C.:, children from Kindergarten and B's for Ole third six weeks valentines. and heart.mobiles
7:30: p.m.Senior. Lisa Varnes celebrated her Tuesday to spend some time Governors: E.W. Hodges,.'to'and services schools in North through Senior High School. grading period: float from the ceilings! in'some
Citizens-City Hall- 6th birthday Feb. 3. with his family and friends William Summers Dallas7* Carolina, Virginia, Georgia Mrs Jean Dark's First rooms. '.;(
Feb; 174 p.m. Mr. and Mrs John X Allen before a tour of overseas duty. Mayo and Mrs. Dolly,.,rand? Florida. Principal Connie Eye Tests Grade: Billy Horne Billy
are happy to have their Hampton Lake Simpson.Mr. Clark had previously accepted The Woman's Club of StarkeIs Jordan Eric Nugent, Holly Miss Bevllle's fourth
Adult Clssses children close by again. Mr. CongratulallonatKathy and Mrs. E.W. Hodges the Invitation for this sponsoring Eye Testing In Shields and Gina Ralmondo graders showed their artistic
Each Monday and Thursday and Mrs Gene Jenkins and and Danny Grlffis attended a business 1 bookmobile to visit the school. Bradford County Schools.On Miss ,Joyce: Kuykendall's talent by making portraits of
from 7-10 p.m. at Hampton daughters Lisa and Melanie, are the parents of a baby convention In Atlanta over the .I. Mrs. Maureen Paul school Monday the following second grade: Sandy Frlese teachers and other school
Elementary School. Anyone recently moved to Keystone daughter Kelll Danielle, born weekend. They had an J Iibrarlan had reserved ladles conducted this serviceat Vflndy Hersey, Tommy Len personnel. They are in the
interested! in learning Is Heights from Simi Valley, Feb. 6 at Alachua General enjoyable time visiting some allotted funds(or each teacher Hampton Elementary: Jones and Sid Russell. hallway outside ..mpf.... the
welcome California.The Hospital She weighed In at 7 of Atlanta's attractions ;4 to select $25 worth of books of Mrs. Mac Baldwin, Mrs Mrs Arleen Rich's third classroom fOl'tallto'1admJre.MO&t .
congregation or''the Ibs. 7 oc. and measured 19'. Mr and Mrs. Paul Meng, :their choice All the Marge Carlysle, Mrs. Nancy grade: Tammv Peeolcs had of them are very food!
Congratulations I I' Hampton Christian Church Inches. Maternal grandparents Beverly, Joe, John and Mike t Instructors appreciated the Roberta Mrs. D.W. Whlffen. all A's, Sandra Melton and Miss BevUle also'has an
Arbutus and Johnnie held a covered dish dinner are Helen and visited Mrs Mary Blank in a ;opportunity of making their Mrs. Lucy White and Mrs. Bill Sean Smith had A's and B.. Interesting display of
Johnson are the parents of a Feb. 5 at the City Hall, Jeff Baker. Paternal convalescent: home in : own selections of books Wilson. Miss Mindy Seville's fourth Abraham Lincoln artifacts
baby daughter Jenny, born honoring their pastor grandparents are Julia and Jacksonville on Sunday, Then suitable to their particular They stayed on for lunch In grade: Amy Clark, Amy consisting of Lincoln's head, a
Williams and Melissa miniature< log cabin with rail

I 'a a.. E f3WUJru! IV'il EnJ( 1 '-" .. II--.I.... "'11 Williams.Brad Russell was on the A his fence son,a picture Tod and of Lincoln copies and of

I, and B honor roll In Mrs. letters and addresses given by III
Ernestine Denmark's sixth Lincoln In IBttJ: and IB04
What an array of foods) About 300 persons including: and entertafnment; A Gong exotic victuals purveyed.) Senators "Buddy" MacKay, Problem two was Imposition _. -- -- -- -- -- -
Surely enough to delight theeye 50 children (exceptionallywell .Show[This show was arranged We the members of theBradford '/;Pete" Skinner and Rep of sales taxes! on labor Mrs,
and please the palate of behaved) and ;30 senior and enacted by the boys and Co. Senior Citizens Frank Williams, many Vernon Olin. BCSCC was referring Business/ & Professional News-
the most discerning: gourmet. citizens: (members of' the girls of St. Edwards School, Club. Individually and en problems were aired. In ( to repairs made on -
Such was the atmosphere at Bradford County Senior from' various grades. Mr. masse offer our most gracious particular were t 11 1) the rip-off homes home appliances
St. Edwards Catholic Church Citizens Club), all of whom Frances Meng. Hampton, was thanks to members Rev. Father of his Foley flock in automobile repairs, raised cars lawnmowers, etc. 9 ,
and the
Hall on "Temple Aver Jan. were invited to attend a the Master of Ceremonies. for their unstinted ,Tby Mr. Paul Krlcger. Sec. Replacement of parts and
29th. savory covered dish supper Because of Joe Kerrigan's inviting us to generosityfor eat' and <, Treas of North Central Fla. material used, we agreed, are +
hearing problem, he didn't enjoy their food, hospitality Coalition of Senior Citizens. applicable to sales taxes, but I wY DODGE TRUCKS
hear the call to say grace before and humorous skits given by "An estimate If given for when the entire bill Is addedup ?
St. Edwards Church Hall the meal, but Rev. the youth and children of St. repairs, including parts, and we find that number of
Patrick Foley fulfileld this. Edwards parrlsh when you go to get your car hours of labor are Included I+'
BINGOEvery Christian service. However you find that the bill\ for and then totaled up. We think
Joe had the honor of I leadingthe At the public hearing In repairs has fattened to twiceor this is clearly another rip,off. 1 1 ,
Saturday 8:00: P.M. guests, parishioners and Bradford County Courthouseon more of the original estimate Usually labor costs are doubleor e5 Y
children In partaking of the Jan. 30. conducted by triple the amount for parts
411 N. Temple Ave. Starke. Fla.
or material and that means 1\

money pocketed by the per- \\t.s Duma wild Klbrrl: trrrinuit' '
sons or firms doing the work. Owners Klberl Freeman w
We would like to hear com and Wes Dumas bring a .
r e r ments by, the Telegraph combination of 45 years of .rM
c readers In this respect. sales and service In the automobile ; 4
sea 1
F is ran FOOD business to Starke with

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Killoranare Country the opening Chrysler of Dealership Town &

recuperating favorablyafter Recently opened on US.301 R,
Mrs. Grace
surgery. and ".
Town Country carries a
.,. > :,, Monaco was transferred from full line of .;'" :
.j&SBSS3 Chrysler products "' I
FA I RYI Bradford Hospital to the with the exception of Dodge ," 'i
Methodist Hospital In cars.They offer'Dodge/ trucks .. /..' .
Jacksonville. Her condition Is .
vans and Chrysler 1 Plymouth '
I'' not good and we sincerely automobiles Motor homes :,. .
J' 1 gfilftLARGE hope and pray that these and will be added In the spring. limit' t'orbrlt
all other sick members of our Before coming to Starke, prior customers from this i
club will mend soon and lie Freeman was with a Jacksonville area as well' as new .'
with us again. dealership for 20 years tubtomers
and prior to that owned his Opening\ the last week In i
Happy birthday, Sophie own dealership. Dumas was a December was a Firestone
Fisher and many happy returns Chrysler service representative Store located at the old Libby
ALL .PURPOSE'FRESH of the day. for about five years and Garage. next to Continental I
Welcome back Mr. and worked at the same Jackson- Telephone Company on US-aol
0 POTATOES GRADE ADOZEN EGGS Mrs. John Reedy. ville dealership as Freeman. in Starke.
MUFFINS Both married. Freeman Owners husband and wife
.. said two of his six children Dean and Put Corbett and Roy
PKG.OF8' '. Our next meeting will be work with him at Town and Fish have over 40 years
PIC u ltesarigsa C Feb. 14 -Valentines Day. We Country. They will be movingto business experience.They are
P : .' OwNI t C At.ryeYeM. 5'80 will feature old time love this area after selling their still remodeling! the building I
1$1; .: .. .,. 7 songs at 1 p.m. at the Pratt St. property In Jacksonville. und will carrya, line of accessories
I Recreation Center In Starke. Dumas Is presently building a in addition to netting
""" __. POUND > -, Joe Kerrigan new home between. Orange Firestone 'and .Mullk-nute

w.1.. w-, 11w ,... n1. rAr w? re, : rr, 'w? +w :.r mAfI, 4 1 a rlarN ,n....t) ..y.. ) ....,...... _. ._.d: 4:..*, '>'.Pselosn4Middleiurg.The$$MMT* said-'fMy have trucks.Tires,':and, servicing\m+mH'i cars* fl and t-.' '
'.a gains: Jo: '.Me t- .. 'looked at this area for sometime Business hours are: ".30
GRilL and opening the dealer. a.m. to 6:30: p.m. Monday
FRANKS ship will allow them to serve through Saturday.
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Sir: '

I would like to express my j
disappointment and concern |

: t over the City Commissioners, .
ri t tt City Clerk's office, and Gas i!
Department of SUrke.

I have had the experience to ,
know how unjustly people can
t ur be treated. 1 know this has
r happened to many others In
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--.. ,"on" The late Leaton V. Morgan stands guard against robin In Starke, who have, had com-- ,I
: ..A'r f< : "" -< ':' ;';r; ;..' \ magnificent field of missionary strawberries back In the days a, rt plaints.

"I"U :'iI": \' I when berry growing was big business In Bradford County Note
:Dr;I) 0 'I"tJ :: >!' that rows are muUhrd with pine straw and wire grass Instead of Last month we received our

1 11I< : .._ ,; ._ .!\" ." ,... ", :\ .... ., .. \\I\\! the black plastic lined today utility bill. The gas was high.
'. '..- .. .. .. ,. .- ,.-.-, .. .. .." ,. rrii1 We have a hot water heater
and cooking stove on natural

Political ChameleonPolitics BBerryAcreage Topped 2,000In { i n gas.Letting the gas department '

know we were unhappy about '
this amount they came out

sometimes makes strange his switch to the Democratic Party one PostWar Year of 1922 and re-read our meter. The

bedfellows, and such is apparently the year later. ,came head of out the with gas one department of the
with Attorney General Robert
case who previouslyread
Shevin's selection of Senator Jim But, as pointed out in a recent column Back in 1922, Bradford legion National Convention In Board administrative offices) W'r Svy metermen our meter f He said they "

Glisson as his running mate in the forthcoming by capitol commentator Mary Ann County strawberry growers Miami to represent her- with the late Robert F. probably missed a digit' that
of the JonesLangfordWhite Demorest a professional
were having some same sponsor
gubernatorial sweepstakes.It LJndley, Republican Party we couldn't possibly have
troubles that are still with us Post 56. showman, as general ,
Director Herb Harmon didn't think it today, although acreage was manager, and Post .56 as used that amount. The
was evidently Mr. Shevin's hope was a question of political maturity. He far in excess of the meagre There were no fairgroundsin sponsor.In meterman present said he
those days, and the festivalwas would make corrections on
that Glisson. a recently "reformed"Republican called Glisson a "mercenary" for plantings that have been
made here In the last few held In a vacant lot on spite of 'the apparent MINI Lucile Torodr our gas. '
his Mary
to help
under the demanding payment own
who operated Call Street, now the site of the success of the first two
/I' GOP banner until his switch to party. In his deal with Kelly. Glisson years. Green business block just east festivals, the Legion backedoff was Qurrn of Firm Bradford Festival After not receiving a ,
Democrat just 13 months ago, would also stipulated he would make no public The December 22, 1922 issueof of the old courthouse on Call staging the annual event held County In 19.H: corrected utility bill I went Ui

i, garner Republican, as well as Democratic endorsement of the outspoken, conservative The Telegraph reportedthat Street when a controversy developedIn the clerk's office. I was informed

support for his ticket, as well as congressman because he planted 1.000 to acres berries had in been the Festivities were opened the business community, that by the the clerk same would meter.not

offsetting Shevin's Gold Coast image (Glisson) did not want to alienate his Starke area alone, while with music by the American with some merchants arguing okay man corrections therefore .

with Glisson's small town Central own supporters who did not like Kelly Lawtey reported around 900 Legion Drum and Bugle Corps that much the "carnival"out of town took In the too FORESTRYN we would have to pay it.I
Jacksonville and Governor
of money
I Florida background.Sen. and might not rally around when Glisson acres, and other sections of of
hard times depression.
needed them later. the county had sizeable Dave Sholtz sent a special BRADFORD COUNTY I want them all to know (that
plantings. The grand total was representative.. Free midway Demorest proposed the we are paying it, but un-
Glisson was a Republican until Shevin admits he knew of Glisson's undoubtedly over 2,000 acresin acts, a minstrel show, and a organization of a non-profit byllankCochran willingly, becasue we have no
January 1977 when he switched partiesto work for Kelly before selecting the the county. fiddlers convention helped corporation to take over other choice. We can't afford
and himself entertain the crowd. festival promotion. thought Home TreesWorth this cold
become a Democrat align The to be without gas In
senator as his running mate. World War had Too? -
The Money
with Shevin in several anti-crime cam becomes The second festival was heldon the signatures of the 25 needed weather.As .
bedfellow syndrome added the problems of labor
paigns. As a state senator he is given even strange more pronounced with the realiza shortage and Inflated prices to "expansive grounds" the Incorporators opposition were proved obtained too, Is your homesite properly far as we are concerned

credit for being instrumental in the tion that Shevin knew he was picking a the burdens of farmers In the opposite the high the school site on strong and the festivals were landscaped with trees, or Is it we have not been dealt with
Avenue (
of 1920's, just as World War II Temple presently void of trees? If your homesiteIs has
passage mandatory three-year sentencing who had formerly worked for the occupied by the old discontinued until revived in fairly This experience
and the man delivered a nearknockoutblow one of the few that isn't that
for armed robbery newact almost and School post-depression years. shown me :
of Kelly and who opposes Starke armory
for the to berry growers In the1940's adorned with trees then It
providing compensation everything Shevin supports. The and 90's. ;', may be losing you money. I 1)) You do not get any
his efforts .
victims of crime. along claims from Commissioners
General, for instance, cooperation
this line he deserves and Is given much Attorney while Fifty-six years ago the Recently Dr. Brian Payne on your behalf to help
credit. liberal and labor union support, county was experiencing the+ County Agents By of the U.S. Forest Service.Northeastern solve these problems, or make
of the staunchest conservatives weather foi
Kelly, one Forest
But in other areas, it is doubtful that strawberries ir 1. Experiment them more understandable.
in Congress, is antiorganizedlabor. planting BobbyTaylor Station undertook a
Sen. Glisson can provide the hoped for several Farmers were .
years. Notebook
to determine the valueof is
study 2)) The utility department
and desires the most of It bj; '
boost that Shevin expects making similar homes with trees as not willing to correct mis -

from his running mate. For instance, Lindley draws the conclusion that of setting plants out possible.the largest"It number Is s a phone Extension 964-6280 209 : f compared to those without likes ,Anyone can make

Glisson has switched his position three what all this says about Glisson is that foregone conclusion that if I a them. takes -- it s, correcting them.

times on the Equal Rights Amendment, he evidently knows himself well. Or did. crop is made it will either Heard in me news this week I'm hoping that we will havea the of that founts.
which is hardly likely to endear him to a or exceed thos good growing and marketingseason Payne found presence
"It is political immaturity that causes a equal that some meteorologist up trees around a house may increase As 01"| this experience. I have
large segment: of our society. person to flip from side to side and issueto harvested In the" prosperous said Thi. the country said that this and this year. Our growers offset( the value of the no faith in our utility department
need to
pre-war days, last winter was normal. He a good season
issue without commitmentto much as :20 and I am sure (here are
apparent Telegripli. "Starke and said that what has happened is last year's losses so theycan property by as .
Another minus might follow a recent anything more than advancement of Bradford County have placed we i have had several mild stay in business and generate percent, with an average increase others' who feel an,,I d11hopcthiJwiw <>,,. ...

St. Petersburg Times story revealingthat his own career." She agrees that Glisson faith hope and confidence. irstrawberries. ..f winters and had forgotten that some activity that will help us' .....-"of,..,5-W..,.. percentrrrTbHfjrfiifnpJuAmeurul',, ,. I thKifuuvrw'/r b. .)i'itillty 'I/
in the fall of 1976 Sen Glisson Is basically a good politician>> with talentsto ." -_ we were supposed' to hay a.loHot "Y. : .., / u deportment wilt'striw-,,,,
7T t
I r. : Aw J'-** freeze and' ratty tTOHng lh< als1{ riaerettfir
J earned $5,000 from!' the Republican offer, and 'has achieved' some. "Remember oldTday ol ,winter months. There is ; ..25.000( ) home accented with to serve I the public letter, und
Party for helping run the congressional worthwhile results for his constituency. only a few years ago when 12 corn soybeans tobacco and trees may only he worth to have a better relationship!
campaign of Richard Kelly, a New Port "But to begin a statewide career basedon to 15 carloads of strawberrieswere If'' this Is so, we need to sunflowers this year Corn $20.000 on the market should and understand.ng: with the
not shipped to northern remember schedules we acreage might be down but the trees be removed. public the citizens ofStarke.
Apparently that to
Richey Republican. a political game attempts markets each day? A man followed during the "normal this will probably be replacedby .
proud of this association Glisson later project an image of all things to all could hardly cross the streetat winter" years so we won't be soybeans or sunflowers. I'll Set in many cases a single
reported the $5,000 somewhat evasively people is to do a disservice to both the depot for the wagons caught a time squeeze when talk about this in a later" ar- tree un u homesite may he I um but one who speaks
s as "a consultant fee" from "Rep. Exec. himself and the voters:' loaded with berries blockedthe spring planting! time ,comes ticle. worth many times over the out. I IInw main feel as wo do?!
Comm." road. Money rolled in to valueol a r few acres of planted Quite a number" I would, Hay:
and man We need determine the I've mentioned before that
the farmers, many a Homeowners whose
pines .
And Mr. Shevin may well discover in made a good living from a 'crops we will plant, select the February is a very important constructed on an Jacquelyn; Now, ,
He now terms his work for Kelly a the forthcoming months, that in his small patch. Those were the 'fields, take soil samples month for farmers, ranchers old house agricultural was Held are 411:1: ;N.;. St. CljirKt.Starke. .

"mistake" which resulted from his lack calculated effort to garner the votes of good old days."BradCord order seed and fertilizer, and'begin and gardeners. This is quick) to realize a trees \\orth ,'Ia.

of "political maturity" in the fall of 1976. Republicans Democrats, conservatives, j soil preparation wait as until soon especially true when we are They are among the first in

The inference is that he achieved the and liberals he has, in fact done a disservice enjoying good County times when was I''the as possible.weather breaks Don't, because it having a hard winter need becauseso to be line to purchase a tree or take Reduction In. Excise

desired state of"political maturity" with to his own campaign. along came the World War looks like that might be in done many that things are difficult with the time to Journey into the
War has been attributed the March or April. bad weather. woods to find a nice yard tree' Tax Benefit
of things but for transplanting. \With the
cause many
truly it can be classed as one Prolonged"cold; and wet Remember 'to take soil added resell value attributed Telephone Utters
I Thanks, But No ThanksIn of Bradford County's enemies conditions has caused some samples, fertilize pecan trees to a tree, their time and effort

War caused a shortage of and concern cattlemen among throughout our farmers the transplant fruit trees, and is clearly justifiable. Continental telephone* un-
labor; farmers went to war. begin soil preparation during "
Ryegrass. clover and time nnuncedthat( a reduction in
county. So take the to plant n
In the coming months the voters of "It's poured right back into the help was scarce strawberries consequently other winter forages are this month. It is also a good tree around your home. This Federal Excise: Tax 'on

Florida will be subjected to the community through pornography, suffered the acreage being ,making very little growth time to repair and service added dimension may just t.IH- telephone bills will save its ;
persuasive powers of a skilled campaign loansharkmg, and most of all public cut off at least two-thirds. ,Cattlemen are having to feed"a farm and garden equipment, the item (that will cause your> area customers un estimated

professional named Sandy Weiner, the corruption to a degree second to none," "The acreage now being ",other lot feeds hya. supplements to maintain their and especial area if to you work.have a home to sell For a higher price $;> million in I97H. 4

man who is credited or discredited Dermer argues.In planted exceeds by 50 per cent ,herds. Looks like every time On Jan. I 1. the tax dropped
with persuading New Jersey voters to that of last year Around there is a change for improvement from 3; percent to 4 percent
legalize casino gambling a year or so recent weeks campaign director Starke along 1,000 acres have In prices costs go Free Income Tax Aid nnd will cnnl moue to decline! atone I
i as fast or faster than the percentage point a year
Weiner has been conducting an been planted, and more are up
ago. until 1982. when it will be
In daily.
economic study, seeking information to being put
with For Low Income eliminated. Kadi Continental'officials.
I His new target is Florida, and the big convince voters that Florida needs the comes 900 next acres and approximately other ", It has also been difficult to Group 1

guns of money, power, and publicity will kind of revenue that casinos can provide. sections of the county report get good production out of 'i

soon be fired in a campaign to bring the Formal kickoff to obtain the 240,000 similar acreages. With good winter affected greem. Some by the fields wet and are Free federal Income tax Many low income taxpayers Total savings'to customers ",,
weather for being assistance for low-income find I tVlTAi I assistance served by all telephone t
whir of roulette wheels and the rattle of strawberry a may
needed to consti-- while a few others are in ,*
petition signers place a start, it Is the prediction of all cold taxpayers in Bradford CountyIs easier to use than IRS systems is estimated at SIM: ) <
dice into the economically hurt hotels of tutional amendment before the voters, that the harvest season of 1923 ,pretty good shape.Strawberries being provided by the taxpayer service because of million based on estimates of )

Miami Beach. will begin in late February, Weiner will be a banner one bringing appear to be"inpretty Suwannee River Economic location and hours. what they would have paid in

predicts it will be a tough campaign requiring both fame and fortune to good condition. Some Council Inc. (SHEC). Free assistance, may hereceived 1978 at the 3 percent rate and j
The gambling issue isn't new to Starke and Bradford Countyas ',fields are having some leaf and Individualsand follows ,.what t they will pay at the new 4 '
; Florida, but judging by his past record, the expenditure of a million a whole." (End of 1922 spot and other disease Low older income Americans with as : percent rgte.Additionally.. -
but hr and his backers are item) A few days of Place oldCL'BB "
the force and precise organization ofWeiner's dollars problems. relatively simple tax status : SKEC; building or
to spend it and -if sunshine and one or two building (adjacent to the President
prepared more, in
will without preparing
campaign And berries were still big may obtain help ''
fungicide sprays can correct '' old' Bradford County has signed ".R. :3377.: : This bUr
business in Bradford basic tax forms through the'
in the Sunshine State. The necessary County
parallel when the first Strawberry this and have the plants In Volunteer Income Tax courthouse), 116 :N.': TempleAve removes the application of ;I
: befuddled citizenry will be bombarded good shape for a burst of :, Slarke. Federal Excise Tax to the' .
Festival opened during the Assistance (VITA) program.
: through the media with a coldly cal When and if the signatures are of the 1934 season when bloom and fruit about the first state and local taxes Included 4
; culated campaign, backed by unlimited obtained. Weiner and his "Let's Help peak 19 express cars of fruit were *of March. Volunteer assistors.: ,Jonathan DateS: February. through in telephone company billings '

financing, designed to make them to Florida Committee" will launch a media shipped from Starke in a one- Lewis and Barbara, April 14. on Tuesday thus eliminating the tax-on ;,
go '
J Some plans are being madeTor with Project REACH ,Wednesday. and Thursday. tax,situation previously Im-
; the polls and cast a vote for casino saturation campaign including the use of week period In addition to watermelons andvegetable Easlel' and;
in that billboards magazine and advertising heavy truck shipments. It was this iIIian Cummings Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 noon, posed.
the belief South Florida newspaper production
t gambling
Louise Newman with the
still the "Great Depression, and to 4 l'
; wilt succumb to the mangrove swamps radio and TV commercials depicting however, and growers were spring, especially in the Community Outreach Center, ; } I p.m p.m The excise tax :Vas first .

: and revert to the Indians unless they do casino gambling as the salvationof getting only eight cents a pint 'Brooker area.We had about 30 are trained in basic Incometax Anyone needing assistance imposed by Congress during .

so. South Florida's waning tourist trade. for their berries, with some growers attend a production and there preparation.. by the IRS should bring the tax package World War. I as aUemporary
selling as low asa nickle. meeting last week and will assist taxpayers in received from IRS and measure. Although repealed '
,f benefits"that tare Indications that a good the step-by-step completion of pertinent tax documents suchas briefly after the war. it was ,
i Florida residents should gird their But one of the Miss Mary Lucile Torode number will grow several. the non-schedule Form 1040 or W-2 forms, receipts and reinstituted during th*' if
and ,
: loins : and prepare for an emotional won't be mentioned by Mr. Weiner W.ETorode Mr and Mrs. r acres of squash and water. 1040A. Taxpayers may also Interest statementsFor depression and has *

summer and fall as they're torn between his committee is told in a headline appearing of Lawtey, waiejected itringbeans, Is that receive Information on tax ever since at rates' continues' ,
'' 'melons. My guess benefits the earned further Information call
this +Week UM first annual Strawberry such as
in : local
13 on service and
i the allure of more tourist money on one newspapers Queen and was awardeda 'acreage will be 25 to 40 per'cent income credit, general tax 964-8161 or 9646696 from 8am percent distance'calls. '

t ::1, hand and the fear of spreading ,"Acme Families Reported Moving in on free trip to the American ,' less than last year. credit and pension benefits. to 4:30: p m. 25 percent. From on 1954 long to 1971 It

> organized crime on the other. Florida already Atlantic City." A New York Times stood at 10 percent. Last year

1It' has lots of both and the Question Magazine article Sunday said that BRADFORD C'OtJ Fire'Damages the tax cost Continental

: ; to be resolved in the voter's minIs: can several organized crime families and a t'' customers $25 million

i ; casino gambling bring one without the powerful Teamsters local are trying to ,Q Two Bedroom Continental .

1, ,I 1'. other? capitalize on the coming casin* gambling 6 5Mk ;,i, iligraP4 OfRandallHome serves.2.5 million telephonesIn Telephone

.f fi Former two-term Miami Beach Mayor boom predicted for AtlWAr$ They OaI the United States, Canada
p and the Caribbean and la thenation'
flatly that casinos rushing to invest in ,JMBtfe City MILLER Fire gutted two bedrooms of
Jay Dermer says are BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. third largest independent
", Will Randall's home Saturday
and real restaurant, casino Publishers .
( would mean more stronger estate bars night but no one was In the : telephone system:
,i" underworld influence. "There is no way hotels, motels, vending aMdktoe firms PUb tWted each Thursday and enteradV second 'Cam Matter at the Post Office at Starki. Ra. under house when the fire broke out ,

r: you can have casino gambling without and other businesses. Actof March 3, 1879. dinSubaalptlon< at 8.15.:
retain trade area: *7 per year: s4 six months.Outside ,
c,;: the infiltration of organized crime heil' l SB $4,50 mpntht.i "Help yourself'! and heaven
; trad*crea: per year; ,The fire which happened at
from casino Is this the the"Let's Help FUrida
i says. "Skimming money way Starke,Pa.t 700 W. Lafayette Is still under will help you
1 il' gambling is one of the largest sources of Committee"wants to help Florida?If 10. -.on.9G4-6306 tp ,-t Investigation, : Jean de 'la FontaineT
revenue that organized crime relies OIL we can do without it. "'" -


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The LAWTEY I-Fire FIRE DEPT. LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS vices 11 a m. and 7:90: p.m.,

be having a Department work day will this The Lawtey P.T.O. will Prayer Meeting Wednesday by EUd
meet at 7:30 m Tuesday night at 7:30: p.m.NORTH3IDE PbcIII4
11 from t
Saturday t to 4p.m. <<
February 14, In the schoorcafeteria BAPTIST ;
at the flrehouse. I ,
members and willing AU A musical program Sunday School 10 a.m. Mrs. Wayne Hardee and soil i
urged to helpersare will be presented by several Worship Services! 11 am. and Steve were Tuesday dinner
participate: in this
needed function. students In the 8th. lib, 7th 7 pm. Prayer Meeting guests of her parents. Mr. and '
Later, beginning at 9 grades. After the program a Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay 11111. I ,
there will be p.m. Book Fair will be held In the SMYRNA MISSIONARY Michele Lee of Jacksonville
a covered dish
dinner at the firehouse school library. BAPTIST Sunday School 10 spent the weekend with her r !
hopefully If weather LUNCH MENU) a.m.Worship Services It a.m. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.Gene (
If not, the dinner will be heldat MONDAY:Cora dog,french and 1 p.m, BTS 5-45: p.m Pearson. j 4A'r' }q
Chief Russell Mlscally's fries, cole slaw, crunchy Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mr. Robert Kelly, Mr. and l
home. Please bring covered peanut butter cookie, fruit night at 7 p.m. Mrs. Bobble Kelly, Mr. and
disheses( ), the family, and cup: ;milk. PERSONALSThe Mrs. Mark Kelly and son ,
any_ prospective member TUESDAY/ Beefaronl. Lawtey Dixie Youth Mark, Jr., of Jacksonville,
Y'AU C9MEI shortcake green sweet, peas biscuits, strawberry, butter meeting will be held Thursday and Mr Pat Kelly of St. .

iURnlDAYPARTY milk. Feb. 9 at 7:30: p.m. at Simons, Ga., were Saturday .
dinner guests of Mr. Robert
WEDNESDAYS Chili with Lawtey Elementary School.
Donny and Margaret Wise beans, tossed salad, saltines, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Normanand Kelly's brother and sister-in-
had a birthday party for ton pear crisp cheese toast, milk sons, and Mrs. Darlene law Mr and Mrs. George
Chris in honor of his second THURSDAYS Fried Norman and sons spent the Kelly.
birthday on Saturday. The 24 chicken, mashed potatoes weekend with their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Raymond .
guests were given party with) gravy, green beans, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith and Durban are the proud parentsof .
favors and were served birth- applesauce, rolls, butter, family of Seville. While there a son, born in SL Vincent' s
day cake, punch, chips, dips, milk. all of them went to the Rodeo. Hospital in Jacksonville on i
and candy. Grandmother FRIDAY Turkey salad Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Sunday, Feb. 5th. }
Rebecca Wise thoughtfully sandwich, potato chips, Mr. and Mrs. James Anders '
DeVore and
son Scotty: of .
baked two cakes for buttered corn, peanut cookie of Palalka ., ,- ..
-one the Atlanta, Ga., spent last week came after their ::;r ....J"r. --- -
party and one especially for delight, peaches, milk. end with their mother, Mrs. mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders ,

Chris.interested However in was, all eating Chris was the CHURCH ACTIVITIES Pauline Rev. DeVore and Mrs.and children.: Sunday with them and for she a few went days.home VUJI! (jJt 'lJrnt\ t EGLG; 63 DODGE POLARA-AC ps A/T, Radio $49500*

candy off the top and leaving CHURCH OF GOD Sunday Leonard Mr and Mrs John Tye, Jr. STARKE'S OWN BAKERY''' Heater 4V-8 '
Melton visited
the cake for someone else. School: 10 a.m., Worship Ser- their mother, and children were Saturday 138 East Call St SlarK 964-5890 ,
Mrs. Louise Messer of 70 FLEETWOOD CADIFully Loaded -
11 a.m. and I p m of Mr. and $39500Cakes
overnight guets
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 Orange Park, on Saturday And Cookies ForValentine's
Mrs. Stork of Ormond
Silver George
Spurs evening.Mr. -8 Cy'', Radio, H9aler.Qood
p.m., YPE Friday at 7 p.m. .and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Stork 65 DODGE DART Jlgijoo ]I ,

RodeoKISSIMMEE Sunday EVERGREEN School BAPTISTS 10 am. Graham visited their parents, and Mr. and Mrs. Tye, Jr.. Day Economic Transportation w
attended the 24 hour Race at
Mr. Mrs. Harold Euniceon
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Daytona Speedway on Satur 73 VEGA 4 Cyl Radio, Heater, Good _
Rugged 7 p.m., Training Union II p.m., Friday night. S17500
cowboys, special .acts, the Mr. Marian Hall of Mac- day night. Economic Transportation ,W I
Prayer Meeting Wednesday
famous Quadrille, and a night at 7 p.m. clenny was a Friday overnight Capt. Russell Lines of Hot Cross Buns Made Daily ]
and better of her Sumter, S.C, spent Wednesday
bigger Livestock guest sister, Mrs. O.J
Show and Fair will greet Anders. On Friday evening to Saturday with his -$ 41:00
visitors to the Sliver Spun Program on WPXE 8 a.m. they visited their sister, Mrs. wife,Jacqueline and baby and Heater, \/.8

Rodeo here Friday through Sunday.Worship Bible Services School 11 a.m.10 a.m.and, Hester Hicks. her parents, Col. and Mrs. Pumpkin Pies _______L':___ $160 To See Go 1 Mile North 01 Lawtey Turn Left On
Feb. William Wilson. The Lines
Sunday 1719. returned '
6:30: Prayer Meeting Celeste Melton celebratedher J SR. 125 1 % Miles On The Left, Ph '
Andy Chisholm, "Big Boss" p.m. 12th to their home on : 782.3321 1'' ;,
of the Spun, says the show Wednesday at 8-30: p.m. her parents by Rev.entertaining and- Saturday.Mrs. Glazed Donuts______-_>:..__$144 C J VANZANT
will be the best yet. More than FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Leonard Melton and Faye Strickland returned t i
300 other Spun members will Sunday School 9:45 a.m., sister, and friends Patricia home last Sunday, Jan. AUTO SALES i ia
also be doing unpaid work to Worship Services 11 a.m. and Esford and Tina Smith at 29th from two weeks active ,
produce Florida's largest 7:30: p.m.. Training Union 6:30 oft
rodeo the 61st time Two- p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed McDonalds on January 31st. k's. htw
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore IE GLE fi I i. ,
hundred entrants are expected nesday night at 7:30: p.m. visited their brother E I Ia1.IIa..4
to compete for more GRACE UNITED and W Iw Wrwuw
than $7,000: in prize money at METHODISTs Sunday School sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J t ,
this winter's show the 9:45a.m.: Worship Services 11 David Boyer of Ocala on rly Nkd
biggest competition In historyand a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir Saturday and helped their '
for the largest pot ever. Practice at 7 p.m., and Methodist brother David celebrate his .
Cowboys pay an entry fee, and Youth Fellowship Wednesday birthday.Mr. .
the prize money plus entry at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Lynn Boch of Prices smashed I
fees will amount to more than The church plans to have a Brooker, and Mrs. and Mrs.
$13,200 the winners.In to be. divided among Gospel Sing featuring the Danny Luke of Heilbronn
Pate Family Singers of Bran- Springs were Sunday dinner
addition several na guests of Mrs. Daisy Boch,
ford on Sunday, Feb. 12th at 7
testants tionally-ranked will compete.rodeo in con-the. pm. Miss Mrs. Lynn Nellie Whaley.Wilkinson, and EVERY ITEM AT AN AMAZING DISCOUNT THIS THURS.; FRI. AND SAT.!
six rodeo contest events
Friends of
team roping (new to the Sunday School 10 a.m.,
this year), bull riding, saddle Worship Services 11 a.m. and Reddish regret to learn that 1111! I J '
she Is a patient In Alachua rlln! [ II irh .
and bareback bronc riding 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting ;\ ,
steer wrestling and calf Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. General Hospital in Gaines rni .. !I ,: @ BIO SAVINGS :fl' f'l. '
roping. Florlda'sleading cowgirls LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday ville. Our prayers are with ';; ON MEN'S KNIT ,:"0 :.
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I < Varsity Win Twice This WTwo -eek, 11-8 Is Best Record YetCalhoun Mhi., I

ane-nd-oae, but missed the Santa Fe was 22 of 03, or 36
bal hit the first hot *
Duane Cummings was right rebounded and put the second leaving the final score percent."I .
wins this past week behind with 11 points. putting back up In close cut the BUS one-and-one. Calhoun'isecond BHS 58. Santa F* 53.
pushed the season record of three Tornadoes in double lead to three 52-49. A foul shot bounced around don't know. When It
Bradford High basketballers\ called on BUS' Duane Both teams bit 22 field comes third quarter time we
to ll-8the best mark they have figures.The BUS shot selectlor Cummings for blocking nettec and finally fell off the rim goals.Differences In the game decide to rest our shooting ?

had to date. wasn't good as it should have Santa Fe one more point and leaving BHS up 5441. was that Santa Fe was 1 to 12 arm; Coach Adkinson said.
BHS will be home for three been said Coach Adkinson, cut the BUS lead two 52-50,. Time was running out on from the free throw line and BUS had previously beaten f'r
games In the coming week 'We were lucky to get out with 2 left Santa Fe.With 25 seconds left BHS was 14 of 24 from the Santa Fe 45-41 in the Trenton 1
(Friday, the Kenny Hampton was
Tomorrow night with a win." Santa Fe rebounded Invitational Christmas
Feb. 10))' they will host St. BITS shot 36 percent!! from second free throw and tried to purposefully fouled as BHS charity line.Fouls were calledon Tournament. The Tornadoes
Augustine High. Saturday the field hitting 20 field goah put it back up for a sure shot stalled. Hampton calmly Santa Fe 19 times and on must still face Santa Fe on theHalden'

'night Feb. 17. Bolles will In SS attempts. BUS was 9'of that would have tied the stripped the nets on two free OIlS 14 times. But take away home court.
come to town. Next Tuesday 19,or 47 percent,from the fret game. But Bradford's David throws putting BUS 56-51 the three Intentional fouls David Walker scored 22
+y Feb. 14, Baker High or throw line. Live Oak was Sol 1 a Walker blocked the shot With,17 seconds left up Santa Santa Fe made at the end of points to lead BUS In that
\Macclenny will come to town from the free throw line. cleanly against the backboardto Fe fouled Roland the game and the fouls were
f at 8 purposefully
begin Walker
Varsity games preserve the lead. lft-14, pretty even Coach and also had nine
Cummings who sunk the front department
JV begin at 6:30: and Kenny
p m. games rebounded noted. Freddie
ass I* IiI I4.LOl .. end of the one-and-one but Adkinson rebounds. Aldridge
with final
t 14 I 11-4 followed a and Duane
pm.BHS had to struggle to a 58- ,MSi AlII'..... 11.n> H."'....... ....,. driving Hampton lay.up at 1:47 to put missed the second shot scored: 18 points and, Kenny
The BUS coach not
53 win over visiting Santa Fe II,Cummlnii, 4-4.O Cmmmp6611Walks leaving BHS up 57-51 with 17 was Cummings: Up off the bench the coach comes
the lead "'-II. Tolili ,..MfLive BHS up 54-SO. seconds remaining. pleased with the play of his Hampton scored 8 points each. too far wrong.
last( Friday night; left the when things begin to go
several times. Oak .aewlii' .--,.. .._44I With 1:14: Big David Walker fell oe team. "We didn't play ball as Roland Cummings led BHS
changed hands ,M.ttnn I'4-4.Pirry 4-4 4,...tt I.14Mm rebounding basketball with 13 and scored ,
Calhoun under the good as we're capable of rebounding
The Tornado five had an a...... T.t... i41.4.ISIiSS6SANTA.. bounced right for BHS but the Santa Fe's
easier time In Live Oak, turned it over Santa Fe basket, thus playing. We made too many four points.

building In the a'13 fourth point lead period.at one FE S3 when Tornado Hampton five trying alone under to hit) went commitina to the a line foul.and Calhoun calmly games mistakes" Adkinson to have said.played 18 BHf,. I II* 11 14 14 II II-11 145H5AW1.4 MS Girls Varsity Lose I

point' Adkinson has Five crucial lay-ups In tin Walker who was sunk two of two for the TheTomadoes quit shooting
Coach Warney
threw over ,
been less than satisfied with final six minutes plus lour the the BUS man's basket head. Walker Raiders leaving the score 57- in the third period, the coach n.Cummins 1-1-4 4-4-I4.O. cmnmiiits N.meM.. t-4-4 H4.W4iMr As the season nears Its end. BH937-BCIIS40
'the play of his eager In the game preserving free throw: big foul tryingto 53 with 11 seconds remaining noted adding a team can'tusually l4-'n. Totals 11-''-''. the BHS girls varsity Basketball
enabled Bradford cagers to then committed a win shooting the ball ._. ,,__II. Fulmar .
two games this week, even Santa Fe from the Roland Cummings was Pc m team cannot seem to BUS: JO' 4 14 38
pull out a hard-fought 58-K defend fouled as time ran out, SO times. BHS was 23 of 50, or 14,CslbeMl t-4-4, DOM I4-4-14. JeyiMrW4
though they won. basket. With 48 seconds again ....... muster enough points to bring BCIIS: 84 18 12-40
"I 1 guess you shouldn't gripetoo win over Santa Fe High last remaining In the game. Greg and make the front end of the 44 percent from the field. them over the winning edge. BUS: J. Easlry 1-1-3, 8.
much when you win, the Friday night In the Bits gym Barnes J- -2. J. Williams .-.-
coach said of the Live Oak Santa Fe, 6-11. was behind According to Coach Jerry 13. F. Coltrane ....13., S.
game. most of the way but managedto Tornadoes Add Wins To Belt McGrlff the girls played one Darley 244. B. Hudson 142.,
pull ahead three times The Baby of their most Inconsistent Totals 17-3-37.

I I BUS 4 -Live Oak 43 Red Raiders briefly led I9-U .. mss against Baker County BCIIS: Jackson 12-2-26
(|j. The Tornadoes led all the In the second period only to win BUS 37-Live Osk 23 BUS 82-SANTA FE 57 bucketing and 6 of Frazier 7 field High( Wednesday, Feb. 1. Washington 1-2-4 Paige 3-2-8.
the half, With four straight
behind 19-21 at goal
4M3! win fall *' MM).
Oak to West
in Uve a "We weren't sharp Johnson 1-0-2,
way Just
Santa Fe scored four straight under their belt the junior Bass scored 11 points hittingon of playing very
which Tornado "In spite
they The junior varsity
In In said Coach Hancock of Totals 17440.
'I. game baskets early in the fourth varsity basketballers of Brad 5 of 9 field goal attempts. first half,
i build a lead then fritter it to Tuesday night's game In Live made it four In a row Friday sloppy in they
stand chance contributed
and ford a Hamilton
ahead 43-42 High Edward lead.
away with turnovers. period to go Oak BITS had played three night with a 62-57 win over still had a nine-point BUS 41-SAHS44
45-44, the last time with 5.28: even their season record at 8 9 points, ended in a loss,
When the Tornadoes had an In and Santa Fe High five In the But the game
big games a row simply
remaining In the game. tomorrow night <(Friday< BHS hit on 25 of 64 or 39
eight point advantage In the bucketeda Feb. 10) when they host the St had a letdown the coach said. Bradford gym. from the field. Santa 4037. BUS: 714 13 7.41
for instance Freddie Aldridge "It of a team percent 7 IS 9 '3-"
fourth period Freddie Hollis paced the was more SANS:
I to turn the ball! driving lay-up at 5:30 to put Augustine! High JV"We've individual effort Fe was 24 for 62, or 33 percent the team 4-..., 8.
they proceeded got to get on IN Tornadoes with 18 points In an effort than an BHS 6 of 16 from the free In action Friday, OilS J. Easley
over to Live Oak four straight BUS back up 4443. Aldridge stick St. Augustine for-13 performance from the ," said Coach Hancock. was line or 38 percent. played a very spirited, highly Barnes 1-0-2,C.Williams 2....
crowd against
to throw ,
through put
drove a
Curtis Shell added 10 The win brought the BHS JV against St. Coltrane 4-5-13.8. Darley 4-
times."We're field. 47percent. competitive game F.
BHS back ahead 46-45 at 5:15: We should beat them lays Santa Fe was 9 of 19, or
I gracious you know. Coach Bob Hancock BHi points.Shell. season record to 68. Augustine said McGriff. The 2-10 B. Hudson 1-1-3. Totals
the to
play put
We don't want anybody to get then repeated home led rebounding with 9 team had lost two starters tolines. 18-9-41. .
mad at us," Coach Adkinson BUS up 40-43: at 4:41.: bucketeda stand faces beginning a three Friday with Frazier Bass has 6, aniiEdward "The thing Is their Ezra Williams led Santa Fe \ .. SAIIS: Wise 3-0-6. Ford ....Z.
'I groused Duane Cummings Bolles comes U Hamilton and Coach Hancock with32 points; the Red Raider "With a little more luck we Jones 4311. James 6-2-14
Walker St. Augustine
Live Oak sagged on David lay-up after David Charles Lee 4 each. attitude sophomore bucketed 15 of 28 could have won" said Kearse 4-1-9. Selmore 102.
tossed him the basketball on a town Saturday, Feb 11, and added. "We beat a team weshouldn't
Walker and Freddie Aldridge Baker High from Macclcnnj BHS made 16 of 46 shots have beaten physi shots or 54 percent Swanson McGrlff, but the final score Totals 194144.BUS .
BHS 50-
to for
put up
Duane sharp added 11 points
giving wing man pass visits here next Tuesday from the field or 35 percent. cally.Results of things we'vebeen Miller was 4441.
Then Hampton
Cummings the shot. 47. Kenny from the free Santa Fft.Mi 30-CHS 39 ,
BitS was 3 of II i all
and bucketed another driving lay. night Feb. 14. trying to teach seasonare
Cummings was wide open throw line Live Oak was 5 for
to be seen,
shot 16 times and made 4, but up at 3:15: : to give BUS a five The four straight wins pu t 12. now beginning 117111 II 41 BIIS will play the Baker BIIS: 6 610 8-30
forced his shots because he point advantage, 5247. the Baby Tornado five at 7-1 I Hancock said. scored In 1.P.. n n i.21. II team in the Class AAA district CIIS: 2 16 14 7-39
wasn'tthrough. 4 14 11' Tornadoes
still Four
was so wide open. Coach But Santa Fe for the season. BUS won twi(, sHe I I 14-n Freddie Hollis IHS- Sacs S.I.II, Hamilton H.>, 5 tournament that will beheld BUS: J. Easley 4-2-10. 8.
Adkinson said A Raider press gave games in the past week,. LOi double figures. made 7 Mltl rt4-l ,H.lll.rM...iilir-4.14, H. in the BHS gym Thursday, Barnes 1-0-2.J.Williams 1-O-2.,
Walker led BHS with 13 BIIS trouble. The Raider front beating Santa Fe 62.57 herE t 'HSl lilt 14.7 1 ,M.mlHWI 1.14,MIIIOS. led with ISpointohe goal!; w.lkw l-l-l. Table. !..... Feb. 16. F. Coltrane ....8. S. Darley t-
hitting 6 of 13 from the got tougher on the boards. last and SuwanneE,. ....Ilelll.6l.ls,Mil t-4-14,W.Ika6 of 13 field attempts fsnta .re Vdllumt If-l-Il, Faun.. Totals 14-
points Friday ,. 0-4. B. Hudson 2-0-1
scored 14 points, .ttl. t. 1 T.
Dixon. who scoreda 11. f awvtr 1.1. Totals tl-.17.Lt. Curtis Shell sill '-'-1 Mlllsr 4.J-II.
held. Freddie Aldridge scored Dwayne High 37-23 Tuesday night Ir I ..O4ki, Thompmnt. H-.McCuIMn 7 of 14 field goal !.....1.417.64,a.juanins I..". Town it. A cold second quarter 230. ,
12 points hitting 5 for 10. game high 28 points Live Oak JV games begin al!. 14 7. HolI.nda.... O.ll 6:30: p.m. ".,,sr..,,2,'l-l. .Pint ....1. Tetslslil." attempts. Kevin Monday as they!battled Green 4-1-9, Cobbcrt 3-2-8. Spencer 71141 -

'\ Cove springs; ,. said McGrife.The Total._. 1TJC.3(1. .
Ttrest'oneus team never gave up, but

Grapplers Take Third In District Tourney the the gcme Tornadoes ended 3930.in defeat for BI1S20-PKV77 I

BUS: 4.6 ,4 6-20
L In final action this week the PKY .7'12 13 23.71, .J.I .
US 301 N Rtarke. Fla his opponent on his back but the 188 weight class lOlling DYfaU BUSt J. alley ,. l-+2.8.Barn .
The BUS Matmen took third and stronger, while In the first match but team met a very very strong, "

FREE Low Priced Tires MOUNTING FREE i place in this the past district weekend tournament opponent weaker,* Finallythe got weaker Palatkagrapplef and' was Mike unable took to pin( 149 him.: ..weight, I \comlng the seS:bacKJtar.avvrln.s t.'I' T H4 M IHeavyweight -t In \I PKrWong cIdt till e4lT! >l20ll"'l-lb,("an!" <)'.were"<''I'MUii-out''' 8'BIgld:' 2-G-t1.<, ,"-h.YIUIa.:) 't"\"r\ l..fHI.GOl.,10.0-1;,
I third place, IoIfnll'his l-l'for 1-0-1
is'no S.
'Ytmge Parley
MOUNTING .Oronet "r 0' Mohdn ,leaving the wrestlers ready 'tm.M( t1Il..Aotif.got ."e-.lJl.first match by fall, and 'Alan1 Scott P.K: % 8.
I t sick leaving Montgomeryto the year. 20.
for the regional tournament to placed third in his weight
be held Feb. 10 and 11. take the win by forfeit. winning the second 2-0.in the .class. Scott lost 5-4 In the first The Tornadoes face their' PKYt Days 82.18, Lee 8-3-13
4 W POLYESTER WHITEWALL TIRES As expected!: Palatka took In the 123 weight class; 'Taking fourth place match but won 5-3 in the final game this week against Loath 5-O-10. Barnard 2-1-5
B7I/M $19"E7I14 07114H7II4/ the first place position, while Martin Slocum also took first 149 weight Class, ,second. Lake Butler Thursday in the Shey 317.Jackson ......12. Ray
lost the first match
$ Green Cove placed second. place. He won by a pin in the'' Baldwin BHS gym at 1 p.m. They holda 4-0-8 Trematore 102., Totals
/ X21" / 2588 Coach Joe Kielbasa had words second period of his first 16-2 and match also 86.lost the consolation All wrestlers will advance to 1.14 record' 331177.

F7I14mis 071KH7I1S/ of praise for his men saying match and then won the Henry Pete placed second In the regional tournament. The

/ 28" / "everyone played real well." championship match 8-5.third- the 159 weight class. He won four districts Involved are
In the 109 weight class.Troy Richard Mllner placed his first match 8-0. but was ''Tallahassee, Jacksonville
Ely took second place. He won In the 130 weight class, losing, In the finals at the end Daytona and the local district.
USE YOUR VISA [ phone 964-6436 his first match by fall.f.ln. but his first match be fall, but of pinned the second period. Kielbasa said "our area is lrk
match i 1 1i1i
OR MASTERCHAROE second winning the and feel
lost the by In the 171 weight class the strongest I we
Alan Montgomery, I In the 116 110. Kenneth Cruger''' took first should do well."
weight class took first place. Anthony Bright in the 136 his He hopes to have four to six

According to Kielbasa, weight class, took second place the by pinning first match opponentIn and of his matmen in the State I' ':w ,.. _-

tone 1 Montgomery( just got stronger first He won by fall In the winning the championship tournament Feb. 17 and 18. .
$ match but lost the .
"" match 113. The State tournament is in Ft. ,
match 76.5 rIr .
championship '
.1 FOR SALEALUMINUM According to Kielbasa he had AI Chapman placed third In Myers. L-r._

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ACQUAINTED 1 appearance Ota odor. and The BUS Junior Varsity Basketball Team:
tiaras 1 lathy habits make themparticularly Left to Right: Peggy Crawford,Robin Willl ms.Judy Hankerton, Teresa Woody. Janice Berry
'; objectionable. Valerie Chandler. Cheryl Jackson, Janet Williamson Mae Hollis.'
ENGINETUNE-UP They may carry organlama I-
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typhoid lever Irom 1
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Important In basketball team ended their .
kitchens and load service season this week with two! :BUS' : 48 10 4.26, : 10 t 5-26
FKYl I 104 5-24 ,
t" ;g$2488 areas ol home and close.wins. p CIl8: 820 11.21 BUS: J. Williams .--Z. R. [

restaurants..Fleaa another peatthan ;,OilS: R..Williams: MM. M. William 0-0-0. M. Hollls 317.
are The baby girls beat Clay
$'1 : Infest the borne.and i i HolUs 2-0-1.. T. Woody 0-O-U.J. T.Woody 5-0-10. J. llankerson
II 088 u $2688 cnn discomfort and High for the second time this!\f Hsnkerson 0-0-0. J. Berry 204 04-0. J. Berry 0-0-0. P. ., I..
: :: : .. die..cause.. ..01.... their season 25-21 Monday night!t ,P.Crawford 0-0-0. C.Jacob- Crawford 000. C. Jacobsen 011. _
theIntermediary .G. V. Chandler 224. V. Chandler 344. Totals
I.wnww annoy Ins; bltnthey are 'i'. .n.o.
71 .. '... :. ,. ,.9a-.2Vi'I"rr ol dog tapeworms Then the season ended :I t,Totals 12-2-Zt 11224.
,_.... .. .'., fr -i.r.i.tf4iAr. "-g "> '.jtg? .0* :* .'r.-. *i"S which can ...I.dcblld Tuesday with another victoryagainst j rCUS: Jenkins 3-O-f. Burroughs PKY Sharpe 41lIall.y 1-
'" -; '-a Y1L"v PK. Yonge26-24.The] 701.Coleman- Bently 0M. 0-2.R.Mallory 044. D. Costln
ad Yd ," ,... P.K.
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olthoeo Bowles 64-12. Totals 11224. Yonge.
3 l' 't Far proper control record. k Totals 10-1-ZJ.
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... :j',',I.\! .. \ InexperiencedAtP"f? "ping Iron, ,But BHS- Keeps. Improving, .._. 1 m H

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I "We're Just Inexperienced," Individual members '*!. also' improved five points on Wt. Oats Name BP C J TOTAL ". 34w
said Coach David Ilurse about improved Bine their Jut clean and Jerk. 1 f

'I the BHS weight lifting: team's match over Gainesville High a1 J $ 114 D. Nligen' 7S 7S 3' 1 W .
211-471011II Thursday, Feb. 4, to week ago. Linn David t Many 01 the other teamme I .U L.D.vla' 1.0 140 ,t. 1" :.;:', 3
Ocala Vanguard. Increased: hit I bench press members brought I 132 M. Slocum let 'N us 3 .. 1I
Although the BUS men were from 170 last. week to IsO-L higher by at lelllt five scores I IA J.Orifils 1W lIS J7I I 3I ,
slightly smaller than Vanguard Vanguard, again J many In both bench pounds I 110 J. ......." 111 17. us J 1
I Hurse said it was not taking a first place tat the 123weight >f\.clean and Jerk press ana I us I. Jenkins no lit eH I 3

the size that cost them the class. 'i(, 143 A. Moore 31, IfS ... 3 1 I "
win. / 111 V.om.n 240 200 MO 2 3I
\ weight will
Martin Slocum brought his men rest
I 111 D. R.delish 21S IfS 110 I
"We'll get 'urn next time," clean and Jerk from 175 to 180. this week as there are no US
191 L. P.'rlck IfS
3se 1 8I
he added.
along with Jay Griffis. Who
:. IfS
I J. Norman 220 eS 3 1I

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I The basketball season' ucoming In the second quarter, but the CMMNr.-. Onrtu 114.. ..
; to a close for the Trail Blazers took it back In Simmons 4-4-I1. K. ormit 141. .

cart ...g.w11, Senior Boys, sponsored by the the third. The Nuggets held on v.Y F
Starke' Recreation Depart- to a three-point edge in the
L. ment. fourth, coming out with the Ill
The Nuggets Continue to win
hold their first place position, Seafood BuffetEvery Y

even< though they were Mae1.hT.. James IM-W. A
Allen Scott gives the bench press another try In Thursday's defeated by the last-place McOvMM ,-.,.. D. TMrMan M-tl. K.
match against Ocala Vanguard. Warriors this week. The Trail ....,.. 71
T. ..KMni .. HKM .-..... CfUtmm Friday NightM"
Blazers In
are second place *>-*!....WMktar. .'.11.rMrc
with a M record and the t--l e. tttmm ...-,.. kEN "
.Jr. Boys Basketball Cavaliers are In third place

I with a 4-0 record. Cavaliers H-Warriors 37
Celtics The Trail Blazers and the The Cavaliers led Shrimp
Sweep ,. Cavaliers will play the final throughout the game taking a
game Wednesday, but 65-37 victory from the *
rankings will not change; The Warriors In the second game. VALUE RECEIVED ( Oysters
CELTICS 1.LAKERS M HAWKS 48.NICKS 33 Warriors are in last place witha Thursday.Don Carpet U B real value.

2-9 record. Portia led the Cavaliers You can be certain that Scallops
The Celtics took the show Leading throughout the The All Star Game will be with 25 points, while Chuck you art rtcslvlng more
Thursday. Feb. 2, as they game the Hawks took the win held Friday, Feb. 12.WarrioraqNuggetsn'. Johnson led the Warriors with v.lu.'or kit. money than
swept over the Lakers 61-26. in the second game Thursdayover 18 points. ever before In history Stuffed Crab
Scot Hudson led the Celtics the Nicks 48-33. Carpeting Is one of the
with a whopping 47 points and Leading scorer Emmett It was the final game the CivMMnt. 1* II.. 14 14 Jew products that has not Fried & Broiled Fish ,
Tom Pierce led the Lakers. Watkins put 32 point. on the Nuggets and the Warriors wanton, I 14 I .It acmtunt Increased in price, ascompared
with 12 would play .. o. P4ttM. ''-' '10 a. n
points. together Monday
Scoreboard for the Hawks. .. to value --
ttrnmuMl M. rimIJ.
Larry Long led the Nicks with The outcome was a surprise. WlttttM l3..! received. ------- a BIKED HUSH

14 points. The Warriors, In for W.......... In fact, the. consumer
c."c.i M ,. IF 17 the season, came and .. ......C.JsAM.m13.14.. C.Htmm receive BEANS PUPPIES
lawn 11 Mawkll II II 14 MNlckti 1.4 ll ... ,,. B, Wi..... .-.-.. a great deal 95SUNDAY
i 4 I t t 7a 4 J ,II II 31 handed the First-place more for his dollar today $ f
their second loss 10DlffsnntSalads *
Nuggets for than he did when
.. buying
Now sW.klw I44.O. Opal' NUGGETS 47
CNIka-1. MvrtMD 12....,, T. Ty- J.*,... .. SpN. 141. the season. CAVAUERS38In carpeting 10 or 20 years =
...-... T. Craw." I44.L Nick' .- L. LMW,..-,...C.OrMlln4- The Nuggets struggled witha ago. Carpets are made of
..k L. LH. 14Dyil 1-4-J. 14-1 C. PtHiarn 141.
half 29-26 and continued the drive,the Nuggets took a 47-38 more soil resistant, ...y. J
edge after the third quarter.But win over the Cavaliers to-ciro-for, and more

Jazz Nets Tied the Warriors came aliveIn Wednesday Feb. 1. durable $278
the final putting 20 Carpeting Is a BUFFET
The Cavaliers held a one- great
Scoreboard .
I points on the and point advantage at the end of value. Come In today and .-------------- '
taking the win away from the the first half but could not look over our tremendous

Must Have PlayOffThe Nuggets. hold on to it as the game cameto election of carpets for '
Warrior leading scorer was a close. Leading scorer for every room In the home. ,
Chuck Johnson with 37 points. We have shags, high-.
the Daryl
Nuggets was
Small Fry Basketball Monday forcing a tie between 'The Nuggets were led by Thorton with 22 points. Don lows 1 textured carpets, ? !
teams played their last games the Jazz and the Nets for first :Daryl Thornton with 23 points. Portia led the Cavaliers with and mor....... them' JG&a\
this week leaving the Jazz place. The nets got off to a Warriors. IJ 'IJ t 41Nu today.
and the Nets tied for first slow start but managed to ..*..' ll I ii la M 22 points.
.,..... .
w. C.JtkfiMn IJ.H7. ermiiHil
place.They. hold the lead after the first ,, .. IrtHv.B... .-,.,. L. clwMtar. I-*. IIJ Of Starke
will have a play-off for quarter. I;; C. M.mm INM44W4 -*-!. Naa21. 11 ( it it aCivMlmi TvalTilvEr \, ;
the league championship Leading scorer for the O. TlMrMMtitt.. T. 172 4 It M
Wednesday Feb. 8. Both Rockets was Wendell Shanks jMktm IM-II. A. McDuHl ,-.-... K. Carpet: U.S.301N. 964-7600

teams are 84. with eight points. Troy Portis Jens 147.Nugget. Nwa.U-D. ThortM_ .non. T. 5l Flit
JKIUM 414 A. ,DuH. -!- .647423 rke,.
The Bullets finished the led the Nets with nine points. .62-T. Blazers 59 I

season 2-10. and the Rocketsare .......... W.HMKKI444. A. WHII4IH The Nuggets fought for their ---
6-e.! 1-1-7, A. Jwnn 144, It. Brawn 144.N win Thursday against the q: roeeb.r
.. ...... .
Mi T. P rfl 114.1. M. ., <
Jazz 22-BulleU 20 .. ........... 144.JAZZ30 ,Trail Blazers and came up
The score was tied 20-20 .victorious 62-S9.
with three seconds left in the At the end of the first f t SmK

game when Jazz Shaun ...ROCKETS, 4 quarter the score was tied 14-
Jackson put up an eight-foot J 14. The Nuggets took the lead

shot, winning the Monday The Jazz outplayed the 3.1977 to A f f ore Home ,
. game for the Jazz. Rockets in the second game e.A Mon !oy. Able
FLORIDA ... tar.
Jackson was leading scorer Wednesday,) ,3024.; : -, yIncome.F T .lies 173E h.. 1941. tf
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Bullets with eight points. Shanks led the Rockets. with Call A Walnut 5ro+ Nationear'. .'...n to kelp American p- out .1 home Tho. ....
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10. Starke 064-8451 In' a report i. .. traditional' will tonan"dHouaingl9JSlo
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4 I I 11-n ,,,, for .milielovernmentronheet. families 01 averagely
Mm,, (.J.....14-14.. M........'" 14- :J4IH ,. 4 I 4 MKUMl Frl .Sat Sun I March.)97T "by l he Joint' Center Univcraity" of home o."h.p un able t C0f1..- 'a- mos new hom.. ,
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4 4 45.24 Charles Branson In"Burnt Studies. 01 income five Y ago ,1
L. Chants, 44-1 .. Mitchell' Urban I 10 Of even
..... Mesuchuutu verage Inc home than i. pro.bl v
444. C. flmmom and the" or Lhe IS8' fiye r'
'JHI-f.J.c....,4-l4. ,s.Perm 144 1 Technology, families opaproing lell I'Lhe trend ruture. a jypn new r
Rockets 23-Nets 18 -i'lLO the
I. Simmons 144. increasingly jested ( V ,
The Rockets upset the Nets "..kel_W.akonksF110. .5. Snwa come are ho he report ',. a .
25-18 in the second game 444, A. WMII m. 144. 'Q-afford a ? wTk ,

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(;.npr.I.IHllon.: .'pbruari 14.:l 1978. Town I
of Broohrr. Bradford ('ouIII,. Florida. .
YES WE CAfW..build More than 20 .. I
a new home different models --- --

Make cross (XI I !before. the name of the .

candidate of.your choice.!. for you with payments you can afford.II' Choose available.the one 11\- -1_ .J '- \

.' true) Mew home prices are Walter, this year your property Is STILL! today's bost Investment. that's Just' right, N '
FOR MA YOH .than last...and, H the exports are right they'll be an Investment that. t will grow In value year alter year.Build 1- BJ.j'9
(11)ne1'earTerm" ') even higher next year. Howsver. In spite of rising priced right (for .
: costs, Jim Walter continues to custom build homes !!.! now! Jim Walter has. a plan to save you hum your family. I L
: Hamilton thai weds and hundreds of'dollsrs. Here's how It works: II -
I 1 Blake most families CAN afford. I
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.. 1 Kenneth.M.: Twin '. We'll custom build your now home to almost !any! ,- f'.
.' Don't wait) Take advantage otithls; year's savings. .ta9. from the .".11," up to 90% complete.We .
1 j l.-,;:- --., Build now and avoid the rising cost of material and II finish the outside, from the 'foundation up. Including GET ALL THE FACTS FROM JIM WALTER '

labor.. Build nowl A new, permanent' home built on two costs of' quality paint. Then on the Inside TO DAY I *. would like/ tor you la ale .*f W Inw .more
.Sqmple : you tell us how much to finish. Where we> slop' Mon 10 quIHi-eonH/uft eu.foo-butn .......* ."...., l
.. Is pretty much up to you but the. more of the Inside or Jim Watt.,. *. wmild "". to left you Mo o>..f ...t
.\ .. '....... ) \ : r" tgxb'i," .,.r" .finishing you and your family do the less your coit and what tour monthly mortgage f.fm ni toouM .. Iff"' ..j'
1'OHct'\'IL11EX: :; OP assorts COTTAGES W CAN build any of out fcom. bust on your Mops; fe wO.K.../ M
IwN1.II will be. YES together.and you'llhave
Ih."f'lrTnml' stage at ,,,.Id. eomplHloa you ehoo*.. w.... you ban }..
." '. a home you can afford. ALL (no fake and Hgunt, wo Into vov'W okoeoe Mm tW..r
Vote. for Two ((2'. TkwIIJNlf k To make It even easier for you to buy your new e. your "" "tIer. .m.yea

/ ibis.Isar pltas/- home Jim Walter offers one-stop INSTANT mortqsg. !

J' Oorgr'o. Plrrre financing to qualified properly owners.There's I ;
I > A.B. Adam t _t.ntsusosn no rod tape and no "third party" delays il-RCE F Utt (pfi IPX ATAiO&: ;

I t> Cecil Eugene Mrlvln '. ------------- because your Jim Walter representative handles all ,

f 1 Kenneth Young" SUN. & MON. the details for you. He'll also toll you exactly what rtd abliadtlon

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'of building en my property. I undcnland th_ would
't I TommleRsai rsoa 32216 I! bo no obligation to buy and! "'>.l. sow would .1... me I i '
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_ LEGALS ---- Southside Elementary News I
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IN-.,THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the claim Is contingent or un | Paul H. Faulkner ho* mod I February 13-17 IS78 has past six week's grading SCHOOL.MENU .

d I EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT OF REGISTER liquidated/ the nature of the | application to the Bradford j been proclaimed by Governor period. FEB."'0, ISIS o'

.FLORIDA; IN AND FOR FICTITIOUS NAME uncertainty shall be stated. If the j County Zoning Board for I I II Askew to be School Volunteer MdayHot
BRADFORD COUNTY. claim Is secured, the security I reclasaiffcation of the property Ii j Day to honor and express Almost all the basketball baked beans, cabbage on slaw bun ..
CIVIL ACTION shall be described. The claimant described appreciation to and backboards and rims have ,
Pursuant to Section 86609, below from RIB to BP i ii parents applesauce milk. .
CASE NO 78-41 Florida Statutes notice is hereby shall deliver sufficient copies of Six ((6)) acres located 1/4/ mile I other adults who have offered been Installed on the outdoor Turad.yChill with

given that the undersigned the claim to the dork to enable I J north of City limns on wact side I I their services: to aid studentsand paved{ area. Painting the saltine crackers

In re: The Marriage of Gerald and Shirley Meyer, 251 the derk to moil one copy to I! of Hwy 301 Parcel 2218, In Sec- !1 teachers in the school backboards and rims will salad peaches, biscuit garden, milk.:flk

MARVIN E. JOHNSON South Westmoreland St., each personal representative. I| lion 16 Township 8 South | program. Southsldo has approximately complete this project started Wednesday Chicken and w
husband, and 22 --------- IS' adult volun last
SHERRIE Stark. Fla. 32091 doing Range East to haw- retail ----- year. noodles, turnip
KOEHLER JOHNSON w fe, business, under the firm name of All persons Interested in the I' sales and services tears assisting, in various peanutbutter greens *

NOTICE OF SUIT "THE WIFE AND I CERAMIC estate to whom a copy of this 1 This change In dassiflcatlon Is LEGALS, parts of the school program on The library is observing cornbread milk.ThursdayMeru cup. apple crlso.r-:.

NO PROPERTYTo STUDIO" POBox 217, Notice of Administration has I subject to a public hearing to be I II a regular basis, that is, at Afro-American History Month
: MARVIN E. JOHNSON Lawtoy. Bradford County, Fla. been mailed are required I held on Tuesday, February 28, I II REGISTER least once a week. Besides with a table display of pictures Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth by

Nashville, Tennessee 32068> intends to register and WITHIN THREE MONTHS I 1978 at 7.30pm.: In the County I these helpers we have a large and biographies of grade:Fried chicken
FROM THE DATE OF THE I Commission Room NAME number of famous black Americans. The
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED fictitious name under the pro- In the Bradford I parents who assist potatoes with
that an action for dissolution of visions of aforesaid statute. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS | County Courthouse At this I Pursuant to' Section 866.08, in various parts of the school 'New Book Table" capturesthe carrot gravy buttered

you Marvin E. Johnson owners they may have that challenge j be heard for or against the j I given that the undersigned field trips, being room whether for browsing or for ,

;and you ore required to serve a Dated this 2nd day of the \validity of the decedent's i proposal as specified In the i I Stephen M. Henley, Route 1, mothers and helping with PTA checking out a book. Books for Friday.Turkey saltine salad on

/copy of your 'written! dufunsns if February A.D. 1978 at Starka will the qualifications of the 1 Zoning Code of Bradford I Box 45, Raiford, Fla. 320B3T; projects. Southside is still all levels of reading ability green ,beans fruit crackers,
County. doing business under the firm looking for others will be found this cup; cinnamon
any to it, on the plalntllf's'anornoy Florida personal representative or the I who would on table.
whose name and 2/2 '4ichg 2/23 venue or Jurisdiction of the 2 I A.R. Kief or. Chairman1 name of ""CONSUMERS like to assist in the classroom roll, milk.

flddrass hi DUDLEY P. HARDY ,. court. Bradford County Zoning Board ROOFING CO., Rout 1, Box or In other area.. So far we
----------- 45 Raiford
Enquire. PIERCE AND ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS Jtchg' 29I Bradford County, have received a good
HARDY very CommissionersHearAbout
NOTICE OF INTENTION ______._ Florida, 32083 Intends to
P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030! AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO response, however, we are In
STARKE FLORIDA 32001 TO REGISTER FILED WILL BE FOREVER I NOTICE I II II register laid fictitious name need of and will be happy to
FICTITIOUS'JAME BARRED. I Thomas J. McDonough has I II under the provisions of aforesaid Involve others. Please call the!

and file the original' with the Date of the first publication of I made application to the Bradford I statute. Southside School office to Theressa'sGumbo
chili of the above styled court Pursuant to Suction 805(; .09, this Notice of Administration: j County Zoning Board for I Stephen M. Henley, owner, volunteer, 98/.-5586.
on or before March 2nd 19/8: Florida Statutes, notice is here. 2/2 | reclosaiflcation of the property j Dated this 9th day of

,:otherwise a judgem-M may bo fry given that the undersignedJohn Myrtice DennisAs j described below from OR to R.2 j February, 1978 at. Stark., The next Title I Parents Advisory -

entered again*! you for the relief W. Plympton 612 East Personal Representative of j Three 131 acres located 3 miles I Ii Florida. Meeting will be Slick Road :--

demanded in the co",') lInt or Washington Ave., Starke. Fla, the Estate of JAMES HENRY i South of Starke on the Westside I II I --2/9v'/2. --'---------- Tuesday. Feb. 21, at 7 p.tn. In ,
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petition. 32091, doing business undrir the DENNIS, DeceasedATTORNEY I of Hwy 301 'In Section 7, I the arhnnl pafotorifl. Nursery
WITNESS my hand: and the firm name of "PLYMPTON Township 7 South, Range 22 I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. supervision will be> provided

seal of said Court on January 30, SIGNS." 612 East Washington FOR PERSONAL East Parcel 4748 to have COURT ErGHTHJUDICIAL OF FLORIDA for pre-school children here at Wet weather brought the sand:County practice has'

1978. Ave, Stake, Bradford County REPRESENTATIVE: ( multiple family dwellings the school. Any parent, Theressa residents to the been to mix clav with sand to "
Florwla 32091, intends to register j This change in classification. Is [
GILBERT S. BROWNAs MYRON C. PREVATT JR. whether or not they have a county commission meeting stabilize dirt roads. When the
Clerk of said Court said fictitious name undor the P.O. Drawer 798 held subject, to a public hearing to be BRADFORD CIVIL ACTIONIn COUNTY child involved In the Title I Monday. Feb. 6, with complaints mix is not through the roads! ,,

By: Murian McRje, As Doputy provisions of aforesaid statute Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 J 11978 on Tuesday, Februray 28 t tI Re: The Marriage of ROBERT reading programs/ Invited about a slick clay remain slick '.
John W. at 7.30: In the
Plympton owner p.m County
Telephone (1904)) 47X4993 and urged to attend this
: covered
F Otek224tchg223 I Commission I M. BROWNING, Husband, and roes t In the ui c.i..
Dated this 2nd day of Room in the BradI
February., A.O.. 1978. at Starke. 2/2 2tchg 219 I ford County Courthouse. At this II I Ij ALICE FAYE BROWNING, wrfa. meeting. Twelve T. eressa residents "We'll take the sand"
---.---------- -------------- ,,.. The Comprehensive Tests of appeared before the board someone commented.
- - Florida "mA nil d.. a In'-.. "'.11 I Case No. .78-17NOTICE
i IN THE CIRCUIT 2/2/ 4lnd, 2/23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR j be-heard' 'for-or ;against; -the I i Basic Skills, which were ori- asking the board to do Commissioner Dave Shuford,

-------- -- ---- BRADFORD COUNTY j proposal l, OF SUIT ginally thought to have been something to cut down on cars as road chairman, directed
I as specified In the
given In Feb., will now be sliding on the road that runs
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONIN | Zoning Codo of Bradford NO PROPERTYTO Ellington to pull the sand back
COUNTY. FLORIDA NOTICE RE: Estate Of j County I : ROBERT M. BROWNINGYOU given to all students at South- by the Theressa Community onto the road.

CIVIL ACTION UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME BURKE I I. ELLINGTON. A.R. Kiafer Chairman I I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat side April 10-21. 1978. Center. "If we had just that
I |
I CASENO.7840 LAW Deceased. I Bradford County Zoning Board 'II I an action for Dissolution of Mrs. Sandra Duncan's and Representative of the road..but we have 300 plus
REGISTER OIL COMPANY File No.Division. I Marriage has been filed against Mrs. Donna Hartley' fifth group ES. Sibley. said the miles and that one gets as
INC. Plumtilf NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I..LxI .-------__ you ROBERT M. BROWNING; grade classes are planning a district had road problems the much attention as the others,"

V3 Unit the undersigned, desiring to I NOTICE I and you are required to serve a field trip to Savage Kingdom residents couldn't handle with Shuford told the delegation.
WILLIAM ERNEST WILSON engage in business under the NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION I Oral Tanner has made application 'I copy of your written defenses If south of Ocala. Ms. Nancy the back end of a car swapping Commissioners returned to

and FAYE L. WILSON hIS IIIIlle, fictitious mime of BRET E> | to the Bradford County any to h, on the plaintiff's attorney Fullwood. who Is interning In ends. road discussion later in the

Defendants. JERRY'S ATHLETIC HOUSE at TO ALL PERSONS HAVING j Zoning Board for rectification I II whose name and address Mrs. Duncan's room, will be Commission chairman E.W. meeting commenting that it

123 South Walnut, Street in the CLAIMS OR DEMANDS I of the property described below 1 Is JAMES R. FLYNN, in charge of the arrangements Hodges said he was aware of was difficult to make a road
NOTICE OF ACTION City ol Starke, Bradford County AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE j from Ohio BA( /10th of an acre I Pierce Er Hardy, P.A., P.O. for the trip. This field trip is in the problem and had been all weather unless it was

TO: WILLIAM ERNEST Florida Intends to register the AND ALL OTHER PERSONS (j located 1 1/2 miles north of I Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, connection with a unit of studyon over that road last Thursday. paved.
WILSON and FAYE L. and name" with the Clerk of the INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Lawtey on the East side of Hwy I 32091 animal communicationwhich following the rain.

WILSON his wife, 102 MOORE Circuit Court ol Bradford YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED j 301 Section 13, Township S and file the original with the Ms. Fullwood will be In- In response to com- Adding the Theressa

AVENUE. FRUITLAND, County Florida. that the administration of the j South Range 22 East to build 1 clerk of the above styled courton volved In with the students missioner George Roberts delegation was motivated by

MARYLAND. 21826 LORETTA J. MARCHANT estate of Burke I. Ellington, J and operate a repair garage. or before March 13, 1978: prior to the trip. comment that it takes a whileto past commission action on the
GAYLE GA McREE deceased File Number is [ This change in classification Is otherwise a (judgement may be Mrs. Charlene Ennis-Mrs. get clay worked in and thenit Theressa Fire Department.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 1/19 4lchg 219NOTICE pending in the Orcuit Court for I subject, to a public hearing to be entered against you for the relief Marti Siefferman'a third will be better, a resident

that an action to furor-lose a Bradford County Florida, I held on Tuesday February 28, I demanded In the complaint or grade "green reachinggroup" said "four or five years! shouldbe

mortgage on the following '- OF INTENTION. -- Probate Division the address of I 1978 at 7.30 p.m.. In the County petition. In reading will presentthe long enough."

property in Bradford County, TO REGISTER which is Bradford County Court I Commission Room In the BradI WITNESS my hand and the play "The Three Pigs" on

Florida: house, Stake Florida 32091. I ford County Courthouse At this I seal! of said Court on February 3, Friday, Feb. 10, to the kinder- Further discussion by
The East 50 feet of Lot 4 of The personal representative of | lime all persons Interested shall I 1978. garten class of Mrs. Susan commissioners and road L-

Block 4, fronting 100 fuel. on Pursuant to Section 86509, the estate Is Judy E Hanson, |Ibe heard for or against the ,II I GILBERT S. BROWN Nichols-Mrs. Mary Agnes superintendent Leon Ellington J
State Street and 50 luut on Lake j proposal, as specified In the
Florida Statutes notice is [whose address is Route 1, Box I As dork of Said Court Ferguson confirmed the clay had beenput
Avenue in the Town of Lawtey hereby given that the undor :282, E, Starke, Florida, 32091. I Zoning Code of Bradford I By: Beulah M. Moody, As Lorri Cason In Mrs. Leach's on the road five years ago ,
per Plat of Town of Lawtey Helen P.O. Box :The name and address of the j I County. I Deputy Qerk. third grade won the award for because at that'time' residents Some lay to dream of doves
signed Ughtsey
receded in Deed Book "C:' 107 Melrose Fla. 32666, and I personal representative's attorney ,iA..R. Kiefor, Chairman 2/9 4tchg 3/2/ the moat progress during this I complained of getting stuck in means happiness.r .
page 3, public records of Brad. [Bradford County Zoning Board
Donna, Rt. 2 are set forth below. I
ford County Flori'Ja Sullivan Box 1540 Itod 2/9 .
Keystone Heights Fla 32666. All persons having claims or
has been filed aj()"iinst' you amiyou
dam hniini" under the firm demands against the estate are
ire rO i no required."" WITHIN THREE -.
your written < i 'i.uos\ "inv
Box 107 Mulrose, Fla., 326G6. MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
to it on RICHARD E. WELTY. ..
to register fictitious
I Plaintiff's, Attorney, whose THIS NOTICE to with w ." Nynax' U au, +qr't ytdnns+i r ..'
address is 954 N. Ternpte' "'iname .under ithe provisions ofafOlad file', the. .-, h/ Ylwr u401
statute clerk of the above court H
Avenue, Post Office Box 995
.Hiilon, Ughtsoy, Donna written statement of any claim
Starke, Florida. 32091. he
on or demand
Sullivan or they may have. Each
fore March 6,, 1978 and file the
claim be
D"itud this 19th day of must in writing and
with the Clark of this
original January, A D. 197B at Starke must indicate the basis for the
Court either before service 01. Florida. claim, the name and address of
Plaintiff's Attorney or immediately the creditor his
1/194tpd/ 29NOTICE or agent or
thereafter; otherwise a attorney, and the amount
Default will be entered against claimed. If the daim is not yet

you for the relief demanded in OF INTENTIONTO due the date when it will

the Complaint REGISTER become due shall be stated. If

WITNESS my hand and the FICTITIOUS NAME the daim is contingent or unliquidated edOro"ddyhday'

f.,il' of this Court i Jnmj:try 30197B Piitsnnnt, ., i 80509( the nature of the un .

Florida Stututua, notice is here1 certainlY shall be stated If the d any a+ y8 KaPPy, S' Bear

GILBERT S. BROWN 1 by given that the undersigned claim, is secured, the security roet Koaw eel;
AS CLERK OF SAID COURTby Robert L Mime,. 1103 East Call shall be described. The claimant Your ,,

: Marian. MtP.io, Deputy Street, Staika Fla. 32091 doing shall deliver sufficient copies of < noddyDi of
>< t.' suer
Clerk. business under the firm name of the dorm to the clerk to enable O V, with ell my la '[dWatO on to
2/2/ 2/26/ l 49'ad parllnt) Or ay5tal a1e Yoaroaf o/ "'e ,
4tchg "APPLIANCE SERVICE CO., the clerk to mail one copy to b for a e elf 1 Haaroeb
215 Ejst Call each vo t se; love to you goR I.tWht Po v need
------------- Street Starka, personal representative. 8 g yourouretsa qe1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Bradford County, Florida All persons! interested in the BRADFORD COUNTY 32O91 intends to register said estate to whom a copy of this VbsVo wv 5ta1 Love, ".

FLORIDA fictitious. mime under the provisions Notice of Administration has 2 "

CIVIL ACTION of aforesaid statute boon mailed are required, *22s L& ..

CASE NO. 78.38 Robert L. Milner, owner. WITHIN THREE MONTHS 0' Marforl. Carpente intent ) ,.
Dated this 17th day of FROM THE DATE OF THE ; getty: t,

WAYNE E. MASSEY and Jdnu.iry A.D. 1978 at Starke, FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Throughout the world i Thank Y ou. /' Me a
Florida NOTICE, to file there a no oth.ras you.
any objections belnR n.el
ABBIE E. MASSEY. his wifo. loving Just /n goes
Plaintiffs. t/194tpd 2/9 they may have that challenges/ land earlnR oe my Valentine Town "' .

vs -------------. the validity of the decedent's PRECIOUS MOTHER Happy
EDWARD F. BROOKER. JR will, the qualifications of the Low, Shlrl.y 1v a .IU1av yea / ,41 R '
and PENELOPE J. BROOKER. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR personal representative or the DennU: .11\u,. 1 Love You ,f' ,
Ins wife COUNTY venue or jurisdiction of the with aU mY 1 Jan
DofenclJnts BRADFORD court. r-- I loye' 31014heart. 1t. Ann sonela :

: EDWARD F. BROOKER. Filo Number 78 29 CP AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Edward Mobley t.7 flow you! Loye, Ann
JR. und PENELOPE J Division! ((1 2764)) FILED WILL BE FOREVER Your daughter I

BROOKER, his wife POST BARRED and .
OFFICE BOX Data of the first publication of ner family love
AUGUSTA. this Notice of Administration: youv ryniuc|| !, Hu Dar//n I
MISSISSIPPI February 9 1978.Judy E. Dianne.StacIt Ojen band pus wp
39462. o, rf"
JAMES HENRY DENNIS Stefanle Cart H o..,.4.p
Hansen T B [ PPyValenft rr '
DeceaaiidNOTICE As Personal Shannon Y a' 1 ewe \ r
the Estate of Burke I. Ellington, ow e, Your aiWilllam) n you
that an Action to Foreclose l. /ova
a d WU. glad

Deceased be
mortgcigi on the following", doscribud ATTORNEY FOR PPr (. Qd sh.la 4 elf tht
o et e
property in Bradford TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
George H. Pierce
Lots 5 and 6 of Block 12 in the AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Q
P.O. Drawer 1030 ,
City of Lawtey Florida AND ALL OTHER PERSONS ti 1 :
Starke. Florida 32091 w brusury rj .,Wh
mapped and planed upon the INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE b vet' QtVa/f. r
Telephone: 964-5701 J.B. \ and tru ntH'j LQ
public records of Bradford ? now 0
County, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 2/9 2tchg 2/16 5? A. love. ,.fl: / D.J.R.Although.

has been filed the administration of tho You're place Ud. Yaa / love you
against you and ------------- d,
than this world can y
vo pro rorji xl) to serve i copy estate of JAMES; HENRY I I rI NOTICE I II II y or mine? f A.A.O, Imagine more sometimes I r r s ,
of your wntu n defenses! if any DENNIS deceased File Number I I I I +T S
dw could Not long. .
to it on RICHARD E. WEL n, 78-29 CP (II-27641. is pending in I j James Cowart has made I .1 : imtarya little while GrannyCoi.onandl.l

Plaintiffs, Attorney whose the Circuit Court for Bradford I| application to the Bradford I Me' t o'Chorfq'r just for a Love, A.A.R. Nanny Waters

address Is 954 N. Temple County. Florida Probate I i County Zoning Board for reclassification I J7 Your AthDen4 our low eFj,
Avenue Post Office Box 995. Division the address of which is I / of the property described I fay of olnt/n. Jr;'la L this ,

Starke Florida 32091. on or before P 0 Drawer B, Starke, Florida I I below from OR to BR I 4y 'only Vaf.ntln.'e day, i
March S. 197B, and file the 32091 rna nf r 0nd Deanna
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original wan the uern- ot this The personal representative of [ rune 19)) acre parcel I- located; //w L elOVeleywrli f I lov* you more I The tint. Mate =,

Court either before service on t the estate is Myrtice Dennis I/10th of a mile off Hwy 16 Oeil ChNaa Shannon today than ow, to are come, m tt Waters f ...
Plaintiffs attorney or immediate, whose address is 309 N. Water [ West onto 225 East on right in yoP gwN4ft ndMand yesterday. more each say, f love ti

Iv thereafter; otherwise a Default Street, Starka, Florida. 32091 J Section 25 Township 5, South, 1 T., and ovary war! Q q Q but not as much HPPy paaelne day. +I
i will. be entered against you for The name and address of the I Range 21 East to build and operI I II Orano 'r renU c tomorrow Annlveraary, '

the relief demanded In the personal representative's attorney I ate en appliance Repair and OO

Complaint. are set forth below.All I Sales.I I II tidy
WITNESS my hand and the I This change In classification t la I II 0aLabeana .

seal of this Court on January. 26 parsons having claims or | subject to a public: hearing to be I II y& I

1978.i demands against the estate are I j held on Tuesday February 28, I
i ,: GILBERT S. BROWN. As Oerk required, WITHIN THREE j 1978 at 7:30: p.m., in the County
of Said Court MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF i Commission Room In the BradI The Take time this fine Valentine's Day, To express your feelings In a special way say' nisi J

By Virgin f. Darby, THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF ford County Courthouse. At this I II t thoughtful valentines you see here.AU send you love to someone dear. d a. yy

Deputy Clerk. THIS NOTICE, to He with the I time, all persons Interested shall 1 1I YousUllhavetlmediicaseyouforgoO.TobuyscardoawhlcliloJot... shone
Happy Valentine's
3 I clerk of the, above) court a I I be heard for or against the 30 eSP C file u Day ToStxueone dear In a special way. Conr

: .t 2/2 4tchg 2/23 written statement of any claim I proposal, as specifiedBradford / core rri llr u rrwbrdb,1y

: ': -------------- or demand they may have. Each Zoning Code 9ytvto led
claim, must be In writing and I County. 1 1I wed 4 'Ln. 17a
H'J {
A.R. Kiefer Chairman f
must Indicate the basis. for the I SPVe gptt O rPISAY
Bradford Board
County Zoning
claim the name and address of I .
1 1tpd 2/9
the creditor or his .gent or I '
it'I attorney, and the amount -------------- 1
I .r-= claimed If the daim la not yet .

'k Some lay to dream of doves due, the date when K will cs/:: t.

w means happiness.- become due shall ba stated. If



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Tri-c.l TELEGRAPH PAJe; I IS \ .
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THE BEDFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. INC. Offers.. Wart Ad Readers and Advertisers .image 9,000 paid distrtbitionwith .oa.r. l ,.-ftl, ....-.( *,...*mm."5J ..Ji PiCLASIIFICDAD -:.... .


approximately 30,000 readers. FOR ONLY $2.00 tlrevgh the paces of The Bradford GoBRtfTWaph, The Unia.jCo.Rty Tines .Tuesday Deadline noon far preceding Insertion ,'t' 'r Ii jl.. 1Y.r.r. ':,---' "'

and The lake Regfoa Monitor. FOR MORE INFORMA TION C a The Telegraph .*,)p Judy. 964-6305 cation.Thursday Minimum before charge publl 12.0 '. trwillrgas'l !

O. .. **. ord] 4" Uke Butler i' ChfiS I Covert II Words
) 496-2261
I Times *5
elipMnxch.eoi: ; in 11hii Keen word over II REALTY '
t 473 Keystone Htt. 133--Klngsley' Uh ; (' I c,

arras "' .. M're.' 712 :: 4wfeT r Linda 473-2210 U-cento ,, ry I
4''"r _. Breek.r 911 Itulc. 'uI Not responsible' for errs $ .t r ....

I FOR SALE 1-(. PERSONAlS .J'. PERSONALSCARPET -J: (" L HOUSES FOR SALtl r' NE WANTED 1 rHOMS fOR RENT .,tile tot jtion,rt, typed when offlco.or and given when brought ever copy'the t If l< Cecelia Terwllleger tD::: STARKE.JOIN.HONE TtSMPLe FLORIDA 16d ay.'.1176' i '

*< c.r
SERVICE Eiperlencod la ellphaaas.
Reside Bbuw walking. mackla. .. FOR YOU EXPECT A MIRACLE \
aaortmeal artlclee. I ml., tlal 640. desire. local. ...Ir. .... .......Coat... I ..
pomp-oats FastTLTORINGi Brick hen, 3 B*. Rd It .. garden ... No bjecth.
H. ( Lawtey, SR 225. ..,..Ic. .. red ..."... ...... C.U ..... I'aWI C*. TImn,1 Mtin. .p.
Phone '78239712 .n.ta. Pbw Rd. 121 .U ..I...... I.T a.r.* 10 2 small "hlld,... ttHltles LAKE PROPERTY $ ,
*/. Slpd 'AI21: ittd Raitord 4314522 after t .lead, ..... 1-3S7-19M. 292tthg set "lacL D.poilt" roaulred.NO I

EagUak. Math, p... 216HOME LOCAL .aAMNA1DfdrYrlNU :\ PETS. L..t.,. 712327 Duplexttti\ week In
"' """ Klngsley 1000 tq. ff. home.
.. kolplag ta QUICK
.oed sporMMed >af llchg 2tfHRElfiEBROOM
REDUCE, teacher '
t aura. raf.r...... Pbone ei- CUSTOM MADEDRAPERiEBs OR OFFICE *a prroom veer. ...., working4hrs.4sHy.WcBahlp Mason ) A apt over water (suo week| jKlngsley >
with' CeBete
A E- .64717$. t/9 3tchf'" 2/23 We lie aoMocklai .. North Walnut St. P..t. of h .. meiUoheme i 70ft. on water,.3 BR, large dock,|,
Aadrew Vtptrhr puiitrom let *f .tahriea.. Fro par hJD". N'I U trad far ro.. For.i .letervlew. ph... hi. nwk". Phoae M4* ?77777777777QUZ Santa Fei 75' x 400'virgin loT,owns line need. h .

Madison Pharmacy St., Surke., lit!W. YOUR BUSINESS: :NAME'\ stksiutee., L..* Itap..., smaller Ir.... Dr. HXJ.Bottlng.r. "' Bawls, .8..81101. (112 or %..-.181. Ucbg 1nFl'R19NED Hampton. : 2 finest !home on lake One furnished. ,I. '
Stpd. 3/S /* ca* bo. prmted pbr rte. 1%-1211. 6/24 'f/... Phea. "1.6790.Ynpd 11c''hBtl/e k.

hu-r,hey chalae. wPsdrrr. ALCOHOLICS lit_'' "' /! APARiMENTs /IN THE COUNTRY j 1
BANTA A CLOVER: : HAY Utter begs, Mrowdrlvers, 1..60 MOBILE HOME ;; f CLERICAIv< HELP )'I".,.. I BR.
Highly I...81.... ll.50/ble.. magaetl" *.lga*. Phode 9 v MOlSi: Pheao 1644894 or ...... WANTED .heurs weekly. very 7777777777777777 '
47612 acre la also 1 BR, 2 .1..., ... ... 125'.200'
shag .. Lot
964-7619. carpets LR. K, F'' ,
A.G. Framepbeae 984-7048. after 6 .... Itpd 2/9 webB bath LR. DR breakfast. 13 ....rt,.. G...,., etflcewerh.wlth A/C./ Ideal lor couple or retired 3 BR, 2B CHAA '

Corner )'lor... Rd. cad SR Book, sieve, refrigerator, bookkeeplag. _. Rd. 100Cypress
SEWING MACHINES > children The battle
oretc. to
,.n conseneenergy
10 West of Stork 2/2 2tpd EXPERIENCED' MOTHER REPAIRED Al ...... dUhwasher CH/A carpet, ...f.r... Mtar "r.... Phone W4-8m. 1/9 Involves' ull ot usso CHAA home, garage, barn prime. 10 A.pecan ,

219 will "babysit Infant ,la my cleaned. oiled aad .dJII..... lOmlO storage bldg. ; 1 leer be Lswtey resident.Sead Itftd 2/18 .toke this trees Rd. U '
why not quit
CASH COLDs.Bu.B. horn*. t2S/wUy. Ralford 17. N'erYfw,..t.... JamoeStrickland North of Morgan Rd. eft SR16. wrHtea qu.Ullr.iloni G. ---- end how much, 20 acres,well,tank pole' round end pretty .
Jewelry, dkmonde, coins, Rd. .r. Phono 964-6284 ,career. Morn* Job Trader lacrillr, toi P.O. Drawer Lswtejr see you Ralford Rd. I'tt acres unusual' fruit trees, coatI
dental '0101. Wul visit Itpd 2/9 Read. aad HwL10_. tfchgMAINES SU.OOO. P.... 9644047.tube 32058. 2/9 'tell.. one_ KITCHENETTES) t BR know about the way electricity : home 'I

..,.....,.. Phone Mr.Rittmaa yen. SAN' SNARPE.\LVGe': ;;p IIHOt:8ETRAILER. Fl'LLiD.:'\ PART-TIME. .. TAC.. utllltle. .Included. Is bring cohiumed In 4 acres, 2 BR home A mobile homeslte Rd 225.

47510S9.2/2 Itch| elf la K.,..... .. the Ace INSURANCE : 1041. I HELP ailed at Stark Totally .furalihed.Weekly America Hampton CH&A, /paclownme 'I acre 'lot
180 Motor Ceert. Contact )1... monthly nut r
2/23 Iirrdwuete/ Moires at AGENCY\ ) South Lake 1. The latest data show
: Smith Service' Static ..01 Avenue. Pkeae 496-3978. BR. Phoaoi. 431-1022. d/. Baker, %/-i115. Itchg 2/11 Temple Motel.. (80 N. that of all' the energy consumed STARKE
W'cetera Auto lid Midway) Phoao for euot.c oa outemebllo iLFJlDA'iT'"Fr ; Temple A"... Stork. Phoae9847JS7. this
I In
G appliance
STOtESt FOB country
'Imported aaddomestic. .
... SALEi goodeoadltlea. 2/1 4tpd 3/2 "
home, bond
la L.k. Butler W ceteraAutei Mt bore. .....
Phone 13986828lor .m Starke, Radio ......,.1eI .msuraace, 3/17 2 BR carport.dose hojeiBoa and air-condmonirr 1240 Blending, CB, CHAA. excellent condition
Info aid it.r. hu,.. .. tarml. abWt). ablHty tecoavorM about (lal 50
Shack Dester. Stark' Paint tf/chg t.echool.. cad ..sail.. consume percent many room.. '
Wood Stove Sto,.. 3058 Cest.r) lai. Orange Heights, 496.2003. 2/2 Itthg 2/9 with complatats suitomers. lid.rd.n. r.fudly .- 2 BR HOISE hi.. Lake' (b) 3 percent (c) 13 Near ichool' 2200 iq. It./ S3I.SOO, I BR I lenced/ ti
Beack Blvd.. Jsx. 32207. 292tch '
..... 4H 2M3
NEED CASH) W* buy J.." Butler. P. percent beautiful/ lot
Reed '
9l0DOCA Crass Grocery t la Salary based oaeaporloMO. 2 story, good repair, large room
Hawthorne BC Gsrdea cars, pick ape sad tru."". Jo* FOR SALEi. Two aeroe hetweea Reply t* Girl' 4M-212A, Itchg. 22 /1 2. According to some experts i.71 landscaped areas with gracious old home

-"p (n.PPIES7' 12wka. Equipment. Phoao 479-1322. Shaw, Ray P.ttkdlSl Lain' ... Prevldaaf Friday, P.O. Draw.r A, BEDROOM TRAILER appliances are tome Handsome contemporary, 4SO sq. it. FR fireplace
2/2 4tchf 2/23 or /%-2819. 6/4 tlkbL 1/4 nOe oft BR-!Il laUaloaCounty. 32091. Itchg 2/9 times celled "energy hog" i
old. 2 femsleo, 2 malee, 12.400 cash' wry. otarbo. Outside of Lake Butler. / landscaped.'
S10 ..c". Phono 9841269.It.r 4% 2903 4M.2128.Itchg because (a) appliances are Brick' Madison, large corner lot CHAR Fire
OFFICE MACHINES ..* INSURANCE: Rlherd In- Can 496-2802 ...,..1/2 tuhg. OPERATE A ROUTE: Phoae or
5 p.m. Uehf 2/9 wale ,..I.t.,. serviced.Frank's sarance Agency, Farmers tJ.'. POSTAGE STAMP !/0 highly visible Ibl( ) It has been plate

---' Offlco Machlnoa.Phone .. sad Dolan, Beak Budding.Phono :MACHINES FULL OR proven (c) their efficiency la 7000 rental." Church St.Oreen .

ONE TO FIVE ACRE 762-3020. 5tpd 496-2101. Lake Butler PART TIME. MAN:'\ 2 BR. Bath ....... Partially not getting better ACres lot quiet,,great neighborhood
TRACTS! la Keystone .. 10/11 tf/.., r waNriDN'ANTEDt : J "WOMAN OR COlPLESt. furaishcd.. Lake 'G..", .. 8. One type of appliance1'
Heights. .In neighborhood *| L\'COME HELP ALL LOCATIONS HAVE Fir* pl.niTS 47340 that In some cases is more COMMERCIAL +
..... BUSINESS ... .. per
new homes | tracts permit EXPERIENCED:'\ Reasonable BEEN secured la .. 2. Itchg 2/9 efficient today than In the

mobile horn..) 1 1/2 OPPORTUNITIES ,..t..01.. Prultt by emtrart. with hlgh.it past is the (ol) clothe CB Brown'' St.
Bldg. -
Used ..'..I...- 130,000-7,000sq.ft. t
BiOaa north ol satioaal aad local
Priced, t* eeU with Keystone.terns ? Lake City Call) 732-4549. sue washers. stoves .la chain profit, .ta..... You ...01 a car.rcferoaces DUPLEX; ) Vafaralsked.: . 'I washer (b) dishwasher (c) Best 'location Jot S. Tuck'i drive -in
2/2 6tpd 3/9 ..good condition. Phase. D.h-. BR Carpet stove, ,,'rl.r. air conditioner 301
from 1200 down, 140 p.r ... TEXAS OIL COMPANY 10 hrs. .. per Antique .hop Lawtey
.. .
Commercial. frontage oa SR- needs mature person for RENAMES .... Dlsoouat, at 964-7923. week, csck lavestmeat required a'or. No pete. .lelldr. 124N. Attractive office bldg.' with ample parking.

21 available. Owaer 473- .abort trips surrounding JR. HEATER tf/chj;_ 12442.50 to 18.380. Myrtle St. 1130. .PbonoIaue1 PORT ST. LUCIEt Lot 13.000. Owner /flnanctd.
CLEANING:'\ :'\ AND REPAIR tor' % after I P'" Itpd
4375. intpd 2/23 Stnrke. Coo tut customers. ) GOOD PRICES For .hifarmstlon/ sal Divers
W. trala. Write to D.D. Winter I k b.,.. Ire time to used mobile horns If nortSige .Ulad.. Tell free 100438SUO. II
FOR SALEt Diamond Dick Pros.. Southwestern. .have your .heaters and iri
3/4 2/9
paid Call -
needlei for ..... .... or ItpdEARTHWORM APARTNENTSi;) I aad 2 Before
any over Petroleum, Ft. Worth, Tex.ltchcJ9 lur. cleaned' and MOBILE HOME c. Q REGISTER
246 dlllerent (.... we have abac...... Call Jr. R..... SALES. 964-5606. Opoa 7 BR. lequlre at ToReaaMotel. 1
them all. D.kwrr'tDlreewA '"' today 782-3326 or 964-6962. :North Temple: Ave.,.
WORLD: 'Si".i.
/. FOOT days t1/ebb 9644784. 2/2 Ztchg 1/9' LP GAS I
tfW. .. ._
T popular' priced ...... and 7lpd! .._ GROWERS ceded aew t* ,
acceeiorloa hs DISABLED'! compete with Spring raid. -
aleo have new freesors o 12x60 mobile bo... 1972 73, i i 308 S Thompson St.
dealership. available laStarko. WOI clean out If Eic.llont earning potential/ OFFICE SPCK.AILBl.l. : _._._..
electric stevee ... ....h.n. laterestedT Call Mr. aDowed t. your garage the or 74 model. Cain .'ant. 1370 minimum. Investment. :, 27.1 W. MalaMreel 964-5888 y.

D.h....,'. Dlaoouat. Phoae Albert, ((904)) 737-4633. SmallInveetment. Ju.keep... 473-2406.unwanted Write P.O. Boa 907, St.,..., Contact B. .A C. HormForm. I she. Butler contacthrslet 'IIUU8Aitdo| Cash & s'T') .

%4.7925t//chj!! 2/9 2tpd 2/16 tl/chg TP/c". 909 theppard St.. ( Robertson In.t >\\ q, o'.itAdIU03 .4' u"q.1IIUO| Carry ;

Dry rir.wood lor Sale phaae. FOOT WORLDi Selfservicepopular WANtED! Mobae homoailes Altomoato Springs. 2/14 Phoaei3053394M9. 4ih Avenue, or call I.0134)33174. url aqt Solon! JO uoiulo am Dock '
li/2! /
71 4177. 2/9 2tpd one priced shoes. and SEPTIC TANK A GREASE aad tlr... WIU pick .,. 1'nvhfMOTORC1ClES ram rye \\0118| l3)ivs| asset See ., ,
TRAP cleaaouts. sew U.... OLiN'S MOBILE HOME -XlJeU Home Delivery Of
accosorloe now h.. dealer' HOUSEKEEPERBABYSITTER 111IftiM aauoiltpuooair | ; I. I iM
HEATERSi Wood heaters, ship available .la L.... 4311022.reaaoioblo. All Joe Foreytb builaoesappreciated. SALES. 964-5606. Open 7 f 1 | U I pllll v1aSa| Rap Cylinder & /:' ,
portable keroioae ....taro. Butler latero.ted C.U M. days a week tf/chg S.a..oker. S
clrculatloc hettere ..lactrlch. Albert' 904-7374633.. Small 3/31 tf/chg. ._ dny" a """7:30 to S p..., | FOR SALE Jj,j -j Kod rye| KUDIIUIO! Xq Xt Bulk Gas J-V
.. ..
Iuolt3aa. "
.have --jau \cs lira A.n\\Ip| | ,
.. ,. meet own transportslloa. -
A'',. oleetrle ..adpr.hw. Investment." 2/9 2tpd 2/16 WANTED TO IVY Mobilehomo '
Evoryoae Is laiurablel. ;
aad R.iford/ Ares. Phone arnleradutal aar.w
retrla-eratore. OKles lid tire, TOP ,
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BARGAIN CENTER. 301 .. Immediate coverage by 431-1737. 1/20J 3tchg 2/9/ uI, a1l68"3| .0 jo atnryaq
phono. JOE USHER tit paid. Phase Lake City, Suiukl ....... .
South of Starke 'SSaaua awn AOUI aageaxaaytolaxeaaunlidd0
9644679.Uchc naI
AUTOMOBILESUSED AGENCY 496-2126 498- collect 7578860ur 6t30 Phew %1-0D10.16/0 South
2903. or call 752-6652. 1/12 8tpd 3/2 CCTA PO81'IONsCbrk ) Wamut 1301 South laSt.rke. ( : apwal3Jraaua0 rn THOMAS Floriland ReaR ,'

WATSON'S HOUSE OF .....1 Typist' to week laSupervisor .:)U tf/chg' uo 'eausitu] andt0ayt 393 !T..p."r. / i
BILL'S SAW 4 ) HV 'C: 1"3UJ! crow REALTY Stark.lie.
SHOP) Complete of El.ctio
VACl/UMSi. / ... Miay... breads 1975 GMC pickup" atop side, shB service, LOST AND way .1\"tU 01 p0alnbet .1\ .
.FOUND Mu.t meotv
aew .u. aaedmachlaee short. wheel .... : Iar.arr. :: OlfUo. '
....11..,... Expert perineauutbdJSO -carbide. + ,,..4 %uld.llB oot by Federal \ip.vi erarnWrlnu.w ; y.1}; E. .. .21 North W alnut M.Starko. .. 961.7700 ';
repaiall< ...... Puu cad.,.+rranwrbr ...!""'s'' rr.w.er v-8 EDO.'"eraeerr Pho.egyn. ? ..JI...... ma end)>.r b..aed.bl.de' :'bUafr..ed L.ewa "" ; ....i JJU ion iiei"arA"..end noSsnemplorM.2iloys -... / ,,),WIINTEJrr..ro: :,'; ,..I"If' ptvGSlreueyl" twriRpoq.r4rsa F.........JlOtlIHUtlSl +i' ...:,.' ''i I''r'1J1)11'")'"'' ",_(Wi

lee all vaevumlyatema. 782-3737. Itpd 2/ Jackeoa Building ,70. "lOSTi One mala .1.a..ri.eat ,, prior tonplleatlea. DONATIONS For1'':', pUll ..fql.lJq' /, ear 3 lit: ant .. '301. ..lIhb.lldl..n..d.n.K
404 NW 10th _. Supply, wearing whlto llea ...... 40 Arwkpwkb.rP.r .ulu8"ddV.. 'Pfe |,*,fiijjo' Fermerly' A". Thome : ,
Star H."
A"...., GalaeivOlo.. Pheaa or Keystone. flea.tlleh Is la with dark. marklagaoa r appUeationc.contact / Migrant Famlllee.Clothee c'A.ua 'IUp.J' y '.tau.\\a Real' Eetel .
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376-7110.. _.tlchiFURNI9HING8s! door 1973, radio MAZDA.. and tape White deck, 2, f ears, paw, f.... LM Room, 208 V....Union.. ; B...CounTy....... Shoes, Etc' .JJJa eauedde|| itsjo! | On. u- homo; ; Wire, 11 Acres and Irallrr.Priced .

New lid new tl...., 28MPG. Sacrifice I... 23. near kore ar.aa, I' ..rt....... %2/9 1 -ul| tuoj; X"Ju, ul| ...sluicesjrsuis resldrallal' and. mobile right on 233 oul of
reed living, room lultee, aew at 1600. Phone. 4733673. I MISCELLANEOUS couth ol Lake. Butler' ea 8R, ;, Uhg CONTACT FAMILY ,, '' .... Reward II ...... Calli496M44. NRALPH
nil need .ttr. many Itpd II t 121. I 18u..nor laaatgIPAI owner tlnonrlng.. from - -
1.1(1 p'8.'
ether Item.. BARGAIN 2/9 ItpdMuat UNDER NEW/ SERVICES I3JOO. 48 Acres In I......' .,...
--- *MX (lt) 2 5: 'S'ft/ "l "I!
CENTER 301 South of 1978 TORINO! Two dooir, .........r........arr..r.. Mall R3aruo ire al>* 10 aero Irene,
Mrs Carol '" porn tlU jo
Starke... ..96467. tl/!.h!_ 16,000 miles, .....,. GOT A TASTE FOR AD :', loll by Feb. 15| : MAN16EMENTMobile j -jod (riui* ,<.r.A'8 pjmnsuoasXsMro ; Z3 Arres with aeplle lank - '
AM/FM.' P/S P/B A/C. VENTURE You will fbd It : Beautiful aell-coatala. 2S : M,.. Delia Con culvert, and water. ready KM) 'lot on S.mp.on I akc,
PATIO COVERSt 10x20 for Like. N... SJJSOO firm.PJ In. the Navy, Travel to eliciting : ft. travel' trailer, factory Homes AH RatlJ (/q1) { /lor mobile home, Hamptonaren. buTll- -

.hone aad mobile ho..... onojaSJITM tf/chf! pia... Work on apace : air double holding. t.."., : !34.7039.r j 8U3ASKVLIMEROCK!': NR-J25" ooner .UIIn.nee terv well 3 Bll. Ton. t
199 uitatted. S1S9 aala-. BANKREP; i7 CMCPickup. age equipment. Get top 1978 model.. : For RentIn J S .HIMI. IkMk. home, innrd Inv t

atatled. GATOR ALU Farmers ...01Do.I. .....llt.. career training, : See at Bradford' Motel.' : -- budno. Just bach nl .
MINUM. P...* 372-9767. .,. 1000.B..... Phonot 4982101. and o great future. For more : 1717' N. Tempi" A"... : Four BR, 2 bath concrete chopping' renter,
4620 N.W. 13lb St. G.I...- ....ona.t.... contact Chief !Starke. Country block ...u.. .In city with. .
..IU.. 8/11 It/chf Tl/chg Kelly,371.6299.Orewm..t 'a.uusaeaurs.r carport and paved. drives, lave been;; told to wllireportv \(

--- .... 2 Or 3 .._ on SR IN In \ :
Bradford Square M. 10 <- ... .... way By nppl, only. i
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L'TILITY BUILOINGSi. All 1974 1/2 tee International In and
I It lampion come
.... t* 2 Tharaday 1 CONSUMERS (
P.m. I
aluminum. p.I...., ....p. ., II .000 miles, .*. .. t* S lei nttsg Bedrooms F. Delaao" Thorn.. make. .. ./Frr.

ttbloe,light .....tc.... lights, celleat ceadltlon. Phone 782- 4/28 p. p.m. ROOFING CO.Residential ,-. ... --t RoB Reel' Eitate - .. I
tongue oed groev. Hoar 3673. Itpd 2/9 Or .. Oil Broker. I Phone HI77IM'WrnlerMldom" t.
delivered rail sot up. LAND FOR RENT 10 ran e Furnished 1 Mile.

Financing. available, rah 48moathe 69 Ford Grand 'lorino. auto tract portion flat pleated woode m,'"wlstergrsas. email. Commercial, :Fii.'j FORSOLE M44182Cvealngi. : I Reg. Keel K.taleBrsher: l', L

to payi 60 >Ues.Huiukl tr...., 302 Engine, P/S Good leaco aad crossfeaee. UnfurnishedPhontlill ., t
of Starho,964-4020 or P/B AC8U0 II...... R. 1/4 mile Eoit of All Work Guaranteed [ Fwar-9dJ,S47H ;$
wANT x
964-6021. sin tl/chg_ Cochr.n... 1170 S.W. 4thTerr. Moose Lodge. on BR-IOOA. 533-2210 )
.; Sb... Sub Division. Reasonable rent. Phene 964-. Phone 431-1700 Austin Pearl AndreweAaaoclale r,
GUNS FOR SALE 22'a.Z3' .
2/tt 216l973 H64
Lake Butler Ztpd 1 -
7066 or write to M u.
.j ADS
., oed 38'. sold. at .
All. I. Steve Simmon.Ev.M4SIMI
--- Peterson, Rt. 1, Bas 28AStark. Ralford I Teller .
D.km.r'eyDkeewL! ...!tl/chg. Plymouth, FuryTdr, .. 32091. Itpd 2/9 984-8114 JanrlSlarUngA.MMlale /

AC. Radio. Hiding. .Iowa for Call Collect GET lelAeT Harold 7Nl.3NtI: !

BAHIA HAY Argeallna, ale Came or Pleosuro 496-. Fve.Nlt: Fppe An16 '
highly tortOlced. phone 964- 2917 niter 6 p.m. call 496- Free ,if" .
*.!!7.!.:.7l21. tl/vhf! 2643.lUhg. m LOST 4Uwtt Estimates RESULTS r I

V/ff' '----- e New Construction FAULKNEUffl --N111:' i' /;, .. And Weekends J '
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remodeled I......' frame cap. : l'IIED IITII1:8: Lake. Double- Phfo.aat. Grove. IS, scryowith l
Repairs'PUMPS&SUPPLY 3O1 In Induslnsl Park
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P.g.1a TELEGRAPII Feb.I, 1171 .
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I 0 Girl Scout News

Janet Klmutli bers of both. t troops plus
TG&: : Y 64-8804 showing of films and answering
Ad Good health questions. The
Have you gotten your Girl seventy girls who have been
Scout Cookie? Do you need involved with the Health
more? Your favorite scout can Department sincerely thank rl /
8 .till (ill more orders, to give them for their help, although
her a call. It you can't locate a some of the Juniors still hold a
t'Y scout, we will have a cookie grudge because of the pricked
ft family centers booth at McDonald's on finger during their exam. f 114't
Saturday. Supplies are Jr. troop 605 also wishes to
beginning. to dwindle and thank Mrs. Adele Mitchell for
some varieties may not be her talk on grooming last

IlmaJ: [[:Th UG1! J 1 L! long available McDonald's A big so for don't thank allowing wait you us too to to week.difference Haven't? In you their noticed appearance a.

set up a booth and to all of you February 22 .Is Thinking
301 S. Starke Fla.
for supporting our sale. Day This Is a day of international
Another big THANK YOU friendship
goes to the Bradford County throughout the world. Many V 14t II
Health Department and it's troops are combining together .
staff. They not only buy our for international fun. Brownie
cookies, but they have helped troops 311, 683, 127 and 600'
many troops this year with will have an International
FALL AND WINTER badge work and general Tasting Tea on February 1) at
,_ health information. Senior the Methodist Church for their /
troop 669 enjoyed sessions troop members. They have 41
with Mrs. Joyce Rlherd while games and refreshments
working on their World Of planned which have all
Well Being aegment of the originated In other countries.
WEARABLESLADIES Five Worlds Patch. Cadette Cadette troop 520 was busy
troop 520 had a question and making Invitations for the
answer session plus another Brownie troop they. plan to
session with films. Junior celebrate with.Brownie .
troops 605 and 446 are working 311 has
a big
troop Dianne Wood has her height and weight checked by June
on their)!; Personal Health trip planned to Circus Worldon
badge.The health department February 251! Sounds like Norman at the Bradford County Health Department.

MEN'S SWEATERS DRESS SHIRTS arranged for personal alot of fun! More on this and
examinations for the mem future events later.


Savings Community- News 'I

by Elizabeth G.WalkerPhone Greater Bethlehem New Bethel Baptist Church: Church of God Id Christi:
964-663 Freewill Baptist Church: Wed. 7:30: p.m. Bible Stud. Sunday School 9:10: a.m.
Dell Chapter 16H OES Each Monday at 7:30: p.m. the Tuesday No. 2 Morning Worship 11:30: a.m.
Off Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its Tiny Tote rehearsal. Monday rehearse at 4:30: p.m: Sunday PWW 5 p.m. Evening Worship
regular meeting at 7 p.m. at 7:30p.m. all men InterestedIn School 10 a.m. Morning (6 p.m.
I RegularPric tonight (Thursday, Feb. 9)) In joining the all male chorus Worship 11 a.m. The Deaconsand
the Masonic Hall on Brownlee are asked to meet each Deaconesses will observe Correction please: Mimi'
Street. All members are Monday night in the their anniversary Sunday Scott is a 1977 graduate of
invited to attend. Fellowship Hall. Tuesday Febraury 12, at 2:30: p.m.'All Bradford High School and nota
night Prayer Meeting 7:30: members and friends are 1975' graduate. She is- .
NAACP NewI: Choir Wed. 7:30: p.m. Senior invited to attend. majoring fit, psychology
Bradford County Branch rehearsal. Thursday
NAACP-will hold its regular 7:30: p.m. Story Hour.
meeting Monday night, Feb. Thursday at 8 p.m. the Home 4-H NewsThe I
20, at 7:30: p.m. at New Hope Visitation committee will
Baptist Church. All meet. Friday the ladies will Bradford 4-H Club will Dr. Pennington will discuss'
interested citizens and sell dinners from the kitchen. have Dr. Jim Pennington. common horse diseases and
interested members are Friday at 8 p.m. Junior Choir D.V.M., to speak on horse nutrition problems encountered '
Invited to attend. rehearsal. Friday 8 p.m. the health at 8 p.m. Monday Feb. In our area. On the
The membership drive Is on Training and Worship 13. In the Bradford CountyAgricultural Saturday following the,
for new members and to committee will meet. Fridaythe Building on program a horse health clinic:
resent members. The Prayer Band will meet In North 301. All horse ownersare will be held In Theressa and in
support of all members>> Is the home of Mrs. Allen. invited. Starke at 8:30: and 9:45: a.m.
LADIES TG&Y FAMILY PAK needed. Saturday dinners will be sold For' further Information.,.
The Silver Strand Senior from the kitchen. Saturday at According to Lowell contact the 4-H office at 9646280. .'
Citizens will meet next 5:30: p.m. the Little Church Parrish, County 4-H Agent, .
HORSESHOES NAPKINSReg. Wednesday Feb. 15, at 7:30: will meet. Sunday School 9:30:
in the Day Care Center a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.nt. CLEO To Meet Wednesday, 7:30All I
Room In RJE Complex. All Dinner will be served at 12:30: _
) senior Citizens are invited to LBCL at 4 p.m. Evening The Crystal Lake Environmental members of CLEU: ; andother
/ 2/88c attend. service 8 p.m. Organization (CLEO) Interested parties are.
2 OFF AfroAmerican history will IHd a special Directors' invited to attend this meeting.
514 Observance: Roots Achieve- Free Canaan True Churchof meeting Wednesday Feb. IS,
ment and Projections God In Christ: Tuesday. at 7:30: p.m. in the Clay ,Flood Insurance!
will continue next week night 7:30: Prayer Meeting Electric Co-op Conference
I Sunday, February 12 "Let Friday night 7:30: p.m. Room Keystone Heights. A Federal ProgramEffective
1ADICS GIRLS AND LADIES Our e .Rejoicing Rise.'' The Tarrying service. 'Sunday. : Uuest speakers Hank
History of the Negro from the School t0 a mi Morning Brunlng, Clay Couniy.mmmissioner / January' 'i.i; the
dawn of Civilization to the Worship 11 a.m. Evening and John Bowles National Flood Insurance'
PANTS KNEE-HI SOCKS present (Verse and Music). Worship 6 p.m. director of public works, will Program is no longer to be
Antioch Missionary Baptist
invited to be
You are present provide information and dis- handled
and enjoy these activities at Church: Thursday 7 p.m. cuss procedures involved in bythe'Insurance
2:30 p.m. at Macadonia Prayer Meeting. Sat. 7:30: obtaining approval and industry.
88 Baptist Church, Hampton. p.m. Choir rehearsal. Sunday funding for Improvements and claim notices should be sent
I Thursday night Feb. 16, at School 10 a.m. Morning 11 paving of CRYSTAL LAKE to:
Reg* [4 Philadelphia Baptist Church 8 a.m. The Choir will sing at KOAD Other points for dis- National FloodInsurance ._
p.m. at Lawtey, Roots Starke Nursing Home at 3 cussion are needed surveys to Program
Achievements and Projections p.m. Evening service 6 p.m. establish right-of-ways, title Post Office Box 34294
will continue. Mt. Zion. A.M.E. Church: searches, and State guidelinesfor Baltimore Maryland, 20034
MEN'S POCKETTSHIRTS MEN'S MEN'S PERMA PAIRSOCKS Sunday, Feb. 19 at New Friday night 7:30: p.m. acquisition of property. Phone: 1-800-638-6620
Bethel Baptist Church and Lovefeast Service Sunday c
2:30: p.m. there will be an Art School 10 a.m. Communion
SLACKS Collection exhibiting some of 'Services 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. BROOKER IN BRIEF
the live works of Earl Barberof 'Visitors are always welcome. I
Lawtey, Jessie J. Aaron of First Born Church: Tuesday by Jeanette Prescott I
Gainesville,and others. Honor 7:45: Prayer Meeting. Friday Phone 485-1715
g 1 8 8 C88 with "Who We Are 7:45: p.m. Tarrying Service.
Reg. $ Reg. $ Reg. SSc And Day along Where We Are" will be Sunday School 10:30 11:30: a.m. MONDAY LUNCII: Browned MENU: beef BROOKER When qualifying ELECTION ended at 11
Morning Worship : a.m.
229 H $788 123 presented. Come early work so before you Evening Worship 7:45: p.m. with mashed potatoes; carrot a.m. Wednesday, January
can enjoy art
Ebeneier Baptist Church: sticks, citrus salad; green 25, nine candidates had
the other See part of the program Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Class. lima beans, cornbread milk. qualified for four city
begins. you there TUESDAY) Hamburgers, positions.Unopposed. _
Thursday 6:30: Prayer
Church News
CHILDREN S Pleasant Grove United Meeting. Sunday Morning lettuce tomato, pickle, black- were Mrs. Eva
School buns milk, french Clark incumbent city clerk
Sunday 10 a m. eyed peas ,
Methodist Church
PANTY HOSE ANIMALSLIPPERS First and second: Monday The Deaconess are asked to fries. Mayor Blake Hamilton Is
night Young Adult Choir be present in Fellowship with .>, WEDNESDAY: Hot dogs, running against Kenneth
Twiss, now city marshall! for
New Bethel Deaconessed
rehearsal 7 p.m. Each veg. beans peaches cabbage
Tuesday 7 p.m. Young Junior anniversary Sunday, Feb. 12, slaw buns milk potato chips the position of mayor. George
Pierce has been the acting
Choir rehearsal. Wed. Prayer at 3 p.m. THURSDAY: Beef stew
Thursday Bible Greater Allen Chapel apple pie corn mayor, since no one ran for
IN ONE Meeting. turnip greens that in last year'selection.
Study, Sunday School 10 a.m. A.M.E. Church: The annual muffin milk. position. '
ML .Moriah United Women's Day observance will' FRIDAY: Cheese & 13
Raulerson and JohnH.
be held Sunday beginning with Tommy
Methodist' Church Monday deviled steamed cabbage -
egg Knight are running for city
School. There will be
at 6 the Junior
night p.m. strawberry short cake
marshall.! The two city
three services, 11 l ,3
a.m. ,
Choir meet In a business p.m. with topping, rolls, milk.IIOUSEWARMING.
council seats now occupied by
meeting. Wed. Prayer and 5 p.m. All members are
Meeting. Prayer Meeting asked to cooperate with this George Pierce and Otis let-
activity.FACTORY. stone are open and the can-
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Mrs. Doris Kelley will be didates for these seats are
\; SHELL X100MOTOR SUPERELECTRIC honored at a housewarming George Pierce, J Kenneth
Sunday, Feb. 12, from 2 to S Young A. B. Adams' and
: 0 p.m., at her new home In newcomer Cecil Eugene
OIL HEATER Brooker. Hostesses are: Mrs. Melvin.
: Carl Edwards, Mrs. Iva The election will be held at
DIRECT SAVES Douglas, Mrs. Mildred Green, city hall on Tuesday, Feb. 14,
Mrs. Zedra Hamilton Mrs. from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Poll
r 00 $ 00 YOU MONEY24x70 Cephus Harrell, and Mrs. workers are Mrs. Ala Mae
2/$1 Reg. 2 5 Cecil Melvin All friends and Raulerson, Mrs. Doris Kelley
relatives are invited to attend. and Mrs. Betty Nipper. If you
$2088 are registered, you are urgedto
I' come out and support the
i PERSONALSMrs. candidate of,your choice.
t 24x40 Mary Ann Bristol of
Fairfield Glade, Tenn., is
; PLASTIC I r DURA FLAME----- -1I 4 Br. 2 B, Carpet A 3 Br Furnished, visiting Mrs. Inez and Shirley

Furnished Carpet Thru Obt Green in Brooker a couple of

1:11:' HOUSE' ; : HOUSEoo '14 895 '8995 ,weeks friends.,along with seeing other FIRE The word "fire" strikes

I I:2I1tTjIij : Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. terror in the mind of every

'" 1 WARES Prescott will celebrate their different one who hears to it.this It reporter was no

24x50 24x60 31st wedding anniversary on Tuesday night, Jan. 24 about

3 Br, 2 B. Furnished 3 Br, 2 B, Carpet February 8. 10:13: p.m. when our neighbor,
00 We are glad C.J. Stalnaker Buddy Tucker knocked excitedly -
Carpet Furnished was able to come home from on our front

ij Rod88i... ... ,. 0,990 2,995 the hospital and hope he. will door. He said "the house
f continue to Improve. next.door is on fire!" I kept
We regret to hear Dennis my head and called the
Hodge'Is in Bradford County emergency unit. Almost
Large Selection Of 12 & 14 Wider Hospital. In Starke. Please instantly the fire whistle blewat
NESTLES keep him in your prayers our fire station Within
11 TG&Y SKIN CARE. To Choose From Fred Clark, i Is in Union minutes, the Brooker'
County Hospital, In Lake; Volunteer Fire Dept. was In
Butler, and we hope he will be action. They were here so fast

Ii LOTION HOT COCOA MIX Starke Home able to return home soon. almost the outside completely of the house saved was:

CHURCH NEWS except for the front where the
Center The men from Brooker fire had just burnt through
IF' Reg. Reg. F:' Baptist Church gave a victorycelebraLion from marshall the.took interior The lire
97 8'3C for the R.A. Boys. samples. Cause
J-J09 97 1060 N. Temple,, Stark 984-8741 The get-together Included a of vestigation.the fire.t la Tie Mill under fire In-
ALe -vtssuly' held Satur- county
APPROVf rofcui) SOI.CS vJc fish fry and was on truck from Graham came to
day afternoon. lend a helping hand.

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