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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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February with a mean low period totaled 13 lnelle" SINCE 1879 I' II
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temperature of S1.S degreesfor while..the three (fire towerj| I
the first two week, Kerns Bradford County average, f t 1 1a
well on the way to living up to 1.39 (nchea on the two daX '
Its reputation as winter's Feb. 8 and 9. : -I ?
worst month. February's mean low of 31degrees
for the first half of UK ad
Ten straight days of month, was more than'" 10 >. :

freezing or below readings In _. degrees lower than the mea .
the early morning hours low of 43 degrees recorded atp I
started February 4 and continued however with a return to SO reading for the week ending Blanding In January 1977. I k a '
without a break until degree before daylight Wednesday were: Feb. 9, 29, Four-day forecast by I ,
Tuesday when Jack Frost sent Wednesday. loth,3211th,25; : ; 12th26; 13th Florida Forest Service Is fort* 2Yie Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven \
Bradford County a valentine 32; 14th. 48; 19th 30. possible rain Thursday and. >,' \ II)
gift of a 46 degree low. The As recorded at the Camp Saturday, with no significant*'- .,a mhYcarllsttssue nRKE.FLOItIDU lira"
break was shortlived. Blanding weather station, low Ralnat Blanding during this change in temperature.t' ,,' : Thursday.Feb. U. 117 Copy .

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fire protection Hamptoncouncil
members meeting
Tuesday night set a meeting of ear .P the'L
J the council existing volunteers
\ and those' Interested In
,joining the fire fighters for
Monday, Feb 20

N flV' :/ : :,I II Following a meeting of the
county commissioner Feb. ell,
commissioner Maxie Carter
r i era said he would get In touch with I..
W lrl Hampton about Is failture to I.I',
N : ? respond to calls. Carter asked
> that he allowed to approach
r 77q Hampton before the county
,I, refuses to fund' the fire department .

", .Council member said reorganization
\r of the volunteers

might he needed And bring
"young blood" Into the group.Councilman' .
John Allen said
the.. problem presently Is
communIcation. The beepersare

not working properly.
Bradford High School straight A students for the semester are standing (l-rt) Terri Thomas, Chuck Register and Debbie Parmenterr, -, Allen said.Chairman. .
Tom ml* Steele Dwayne Baldwin. Sonya Tenl,. Kenny Rodrlque Phyllis Silting ((1-rH): Joey llerres. Dawn DeWltl. Kevin NeH,Karen Reddish and Ted Cur asked I .
Collier, Terri(;ornlo, Betty Yawn.Joseph Riggs, and Irene Walnwrlght. Tammy Kelley. <*' "-*\' ,that the ''volunteers be
Middle (l-rr I ) Michelle Gullion. Gall Khoden. Sheri Malt Terry Mundorff. *- contacted and bring communication
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equipment to the I
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meeting at 7 p.m. so repairscan .
26 Students Earn For Semester begin aba7yrrarturmonstrntetheuse.fis; solar r.dlrcierp.iOrt.. E
Straight-A's Sonny Jackson approached In his entry "\\hlth-: ('oilif *:...' No.1.l t'<> |rriora to(rtii- Bras Fur. I
the council ,saying hoi was Absorbing Heat", In.nits" 'fiir1* |1Ii'Uuftt lliKH" Sihmil MtvHivFs \
interested in working with the Ir to be held ntxl' TucMUV, and V>' 'dnf'1ld..Ir'.h.II-X2. \

.. Twenty six of approxi. Seniors the semester all. math bookkeeping I I. Inter. Sherra !Matt, daughter(: i ms ot Donald ire ,department. and mein.vxszMSaiuioyi \ eitior. Tj rrs; ;4a.the eon ol Mr .und?. 'r")JTv.'lIr..rCil .. .1. ijJ!
mutely J.J.W Bradford"TltiKh A list and their''' nubjecu for mediator-'typing! ,' vocabulary Mr\ and Mrs Kenneth Mott of ,, 'mt..u;; het : ,I 41w.taurck,7htf,,;; '"eainct7a kr/HarhY:,,"'M ""+'l ''...\ w+aast'', '' ..... Ifi.. 'iI
. .-" 'ittHfemerttM._PWIMH *,I II"thtll-" fira*.*m>M.r' NrtfM:\.MM*, ssmsV Woes i +I>s#'Ktng' lr-UtK; ittin<>rHit rm I'ture. .("ROPHORrontcrrVPaufa! 'P proved"tho' repair ot Il v.o".Ap aitaratprweetaf. 'lmfNyeaeduled/ I..7pesefarii. ...ltdrek......."" ,, ,
earned Klraight-A's for' the Eugene R Anderson. ion ofMr Wayne-ii. or Mr-; PK. modern sciences-, nderupn Jeffrey Brooker, clutch and pressure plate by .I 7p.ml/n.. the UHH Malh-Mrlenf* NuiMlnfl'" "''''Il'i' .
first semester according to and Mrs. R.B.,Anderson and Mrs Russell .Wood chorus algebra I. civics Ann Br oks, William Jackson for WO. Jackson said '
figures released last week by llIrke; band PE. Lawtey; annual staff Debbie Parmenter, Chastain; I'eggy Cooper, he had been in contact with r1 E
the high school. Phyllis Collier daughter of daughter of Mr and Mrs Rhea Corbett Sandra nine people that might be Science FairSetFeb.2122
The all-A elite list includes Mr and Mrs. Harry Collier. Juniors earning straightA'sthe Vernon Parmenter of Crutchfield. Sandra Darley, interested In becoming volunteers
17 seniors., 2 juniors 3 sopho- Starke: first semester are: Hampton Lake, civics PE, Sarah Faulk. Christie and they would come to
mores and -4 freshmenFriday Dawn DeWitt. daughter of Dwayne Baldwin son of Mr. algebra II, language usage. Faulkner, Timothy Cissy. themeeting,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. and Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwin, French I. modern science, Green Catherine City clerk Mary Allen was
DeWitt. Starke; Spanish I. Starke; problem solving Terri Thomas daughter of Guider, Janice Jockcl Karen asked to contact Commissioner
driver's education library (mathematics), Independent Mr and Mrs J.W. Thomas. Johns, Leonard Johnson. Maxie Carterto '
,, aide, wildlife conservation. science research, teacher's Starke.; civics general literature Cindy Jordan Teresa attend the meting to iron ,.I
Janet Duncan, daughter of aide, vocabulary grammar ,PE, algebra I, careers in Kncpper, Cynthia Lawson, out any misunderstandingswith
,Mr. 'and Mrs Emory W review American history business, modern science. lames Luke John Miller Lori the county
Duncan. Lawtey; horti biology It Norman, Terri Patray, In other business Hampton SchoolAn
culture, shorthand I, applied Irene Wainwright. daughterof Students by grade earning( Virginia' Shannon iherri marshal Ed Green received At High
mllth. Mr. and Mrs. Ed places on the A-B honor roll shmn. Lydia Starling, unanimous approval for
Terri! Gornto daughter of Wainwright. Starke; problem for the first semester are Barbara Swartz, Pamela Julius Eunice: to work with
Mr and Mrs .Robert P solving (mathematics), SENIORS: Freddie L t UnderbillKKtSIIMtN. him on a part-time basis. Impressive dlsplav of expected to !h.> entered In Ihi-
Gornto. Starke: applied math. teacher's aide. Spanish III. Aldridge. Tammy Andrews. : : : : Charlene Green said Eunice would work science projects by students v'lIr' lair !laid; l JimMUJriff ..
ROTC and two periods of vocabulary grammar review.."' Brenda Batten. David Best Beam Eric Carroll Margaret standards for free to certification keep up his and police it from the ninth through the KIIS Stirmi""
Feb. 17 DCT! American history, biology II Thomas Bowen. Mark Box (hastain, Catherine Davis 12th grades will be exhibitedat Department chairman i I''
would only cost the city "a
Michelle Gulli n. daughterof I David Dean. Brenda the annual Bradford
Matthew Box. Cheryl Bovett shirt and a of panU." A High The project are to !Is' .Hit
Andrew Griffis pair up
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Gullion Sophomores earning C Paula I Dormmcy. School Science Fair scheduledfor
Cap & GownMeasurem.nts Cynthia mova. former Starke policemen who Tuesday morning hwt\\t''n,
Chrisanda Hamilton..
Lawtey.: human physiology ( Kathy
A's the first and
slraight- semesterare Carter Terry Carver. Elaine Tuesday Wednesday
months
Carol resigned several ago 7 :Hi and '10 n m. JuitemU u i
math Henderson. ; Hildreth
applied independent : Caule John Cooper Karen and works at the Keb 2I-2.J in the Math-Science
BHS American history independent Vickie Kersey. Kite now Lawtey scheduled to begun' lit Id u in land
2 A 4 period research study Joseph Riggs. son of Mr Crawtord Brenda Creamer !Melissa Mayo, Betty Elizabeth Correctional Institution. building at Bradford High (I conclude in the imhullernoon '
Final Chance and Mrs. Donald A. Rlggs. Diane Crews Amy Davis Green said Danny School. The judge/( will include
vocabulary and review :McVVilliamH. Mary A. Miller
grammar
Starke I. Cheryl Christina About :..0 projects are
.
and art. biology geometry Dyal. P.-irmenter would continue to educators and pin'
independent Gregory Mowry Queen '
Monday Feb 20 algebra independent usage Kuston. Sheila Fayson. Sandi :Myers. Vickie Nicula. Suzette work and the added patrolwas fessionals from this areaAn s
Tammy L. Kelley. daughterof typing art. Fish Neva Flynn. Denise Kodrigue. Yvonne Sanders beginning to show
Bradford County !Mr. and Mrs M.C. Kelley Tommie Steele daughter of Gissy. !Mark Griffith. Donnn Vicky Sheffield. Kelly Slade, improvement in Hampton. City Audit open house lor public s,
School Board Law ley.: bookkeeping shorthand Mr. and Mrs\ Thomas A. Harris Teresa Hobbs. Angela Starling. C'heri The absence of tools viewing of the display is set
II. two sections of data Steele Raiford: advanced La tony a Johnson Valerie necessary to run the water lor Tuesday night An awunK:
7 p.m. processing, teacher aide. biology I I. world history., Jones Brenda ?yay'Peggy Wright.,Students earning places on system was brought to the To Be Aired ceremony for the presentationof !
Terry D Mundorffr son of algebra II. advanced chorus.driver's Moran. Alisa Morris, all-B attention of the council ribbons will lake pl.ue
Elks & Elkttttl the semester i ino grade
Mr. andIrs.! Wayne education Quiette, Christie Tuesday night. Councilman about 7pmDuring ,
1802 lower.than a B> are:
Starke Lodge Mundorff. Starke: problem Lila E. (Betsy) Yawn. Redding. Linda Richardson. Ernest; Greene told the council school h""fN
Dinner 7pm. solving (mathematics I.) ad. daughter of Mrs Lila Rae Donna Samons. Cana SENIORS;; : Doreen there was no pipe wrenches to TuesdayThe Wednesday the project will
MMtinglpm.of vanced band college algebra. Yawn of Starke and Circuit Schmidt.: Teresa Shirley Bauldree, Jerry Blalock. be found belonging to the be available for viewing by
Election teacher's aide, vocabulary Judge Alex Yawn of Gainesville Bobby Smith. Kathy Taylor Laura Chase. Mary Coss writer system and also students faculty and others in I
OfficersTuesday. of Starke's
Patty Thomason. Sandra Cynthia Elder Michael vise and city accountant
grammar review. : problem missing was a forge the community.
Kevin S. Neel. son of Mr (mathematics) advance Titmus. Dora Tries!, Claire; Gilhooly. Thressie Griffis, :20O pound anvil. s report and mangemcnt( Projects are divided into
Feb.21 and Mrs. Don Neel. Starke: band. language usage advanced Turner. Judith Williams Roy Hart. Christopher King. Attorney Richard Welty letter will be part of nextTuesday's biological and physical
ChiliLuncheon Independent science research. biology I I. French I I. Jl'MOHS: Todd Ashline :Nancy McNeal.;; Teresa said the mortgage deed calls :Moore William Hicks. Mikel tools and council meeting along
chorus. advanced PE. PE. Sarah Biggs. Benjamin for equipment biological division ore
teacher's aide. Bryant. Julia Chambers Rowe Martin Russell. Brenda necessary to operate the discussion for correction 16 behavioral and social p
lllpm.Methodist Karen A. Reddish daughter. Freshmen earning straight- Vickie Corbitt. Phvllis Davis. Starling Crystal Thornton s>.tem and he suggested the deficiencies.The sciences,biochemistry.
of Mr. and Mrs. Lamar A's for the first semester are: Elizabeth' D>al. Tracy' Donna Thornton. Rebecca council check with the prior audit report and botany medicine and health
Fellowship. Hall Reddish. SR-229 west ofStarke son of !Mr. and George. Carolyn; limes. Cecila Wall.' Harold Waters Buddy owners the attersons.. to see 'mangement letter were given microbiology and zoology
12 per person applied math. advanced Mrs Herb Herres of SUrke Infante. Delores Jeffery' Williamst what was included on the deedto to council members at the Chemistry; earth and space
\ shorthand. band. modern science. PE. David Jones. Melanie Morris JIMOHS:. Stephen former Hampton mayor Feb. 7 meeting for discussion sciences engineering, muthe
SUrke Council typing 3. bookkeeping. grammar usage chorus II. Patricia :Mullins. Michael\ Loznicka. Herbert Smith. Arthur Bruno. Welty said if at the next regular ,meeting. ma tics! and computers and
7p.m. Charles L Chuck algebra I I. civics. Prescott: Pamela ,Stalnaker William Sutherland the council did not get back Starke accountant Pat physics are in the physical
Register son of Mr and Mrs tools and equipment called for Farnsworth said up until nowa division.
Brooker CouncilAt Lennard Register of Crystal on the mortgage there was "management letter" has The top 23 projects from the I ,
.
School Lake: problem solving also the possibility of court been a voluntary service as local BUS fair will be entered '
7:30p: .m. I mathematics)I. independent ,Hamilton Adams Melvin action for the return of the part of the audit but startingw In the Suwannee Valley ';
chemistry. vocabulary goods. ith the 1978 audit, the l latter Regional Science Fait.lo beheld
Lawtey ElectionScience grammar review. PE. with recommendations for March 16.17 atI-ake City
Gail Rhoden. daughter of improvements in the city's Community College Bradford
Fair Mr and Mrs Harold Rhoden. Elected In Brooker Vote Edmonclson system will be compulsory Is one of nine counties in this '

Open House Hampton: art aide. Art I I. under state law.Cornmlsslonl"r. .region
BHS7p.m.Wedne.d.y. independent art history. Independent employee ,'at the Alachua Resigns At BCH Charles The top 23 lo 30 projects
drawing and Blake Hamilton a young votes respectively. Young Schaefer said as a member of from the regional fair will be
County
Feb. 22 painting.. newcomer to Brooker politics poltu! 26. while Pierce scored jail. was given for a the recreation committee he entered In the State Science
complimentary vote of 81 A of the
special meeting
was elected Mayor InTuesday's had met with the and Fair, April 19.22 at Nicevilie
Kenny J. Rodrigue. son of 20.Cnoppaedcandldate Marshal. The name of his Board of Trustees of the group
Sen.Chiles Aid Dr. and Mrs Alcee P, polling scoring a would-be John corrective action had already Last year 12 local projects
At Courthouse better than four to one victoryover Tommie opponent. Bradford County Hospital Is went from the
Rodrigue Starke: problem RauJeraon, an begun to correct! Internal control regional to the
Henry Knight. did not
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set at
1i30-2:10p.m.: solving mathematics). incumbent Marshal appearon p.m. tonight and an annual inventoryof state fair said McGriff. The
the ticket
since he failed to Feb 13 1 to discuss
Kenneth M.\ Twiis. i Thursday.
French U. vocabulary P.O. Parking quality before the deadline. of merchandise and suppliesMayorcommissioner international competition will
the resignation hospital
Thursday, Feb.23 grammar review ,be held In California in May.
Hamilton a farmer polled administrator R.D.
independent science research. Incumbent City Clerk Eva Harold Epps contacted on the In the the
73 votes to 17 for Twlss.AB Edmondson: past strongestarea /
Bradford County' Cheri K. Shuford. daughter Crackdown. Clark now completing her job Wednesday said his copyof for BUS has brew
Hospital Bd. of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford.Laley. Adams. a former first one-year term was unopposed The Telegraph learned of both reports were at home behavioral science said
7 p.m. : 3 periods data pro councilman.and Cecil Eugene Numerous complaints about and received .a Edmondson resignation and he would have to be con- McGriff. Solar has
'cessing. library aide. Melvin a polictical new. parking In front.of the mail complimentary vote of 68 for a afternoon tacted after S p.m. at home interested students energy and f
N. Smith. deposit. boxes at the Starke second Wednesday after Telegraph time) many '
C.ww.Vhr : Margaret term. I press
in
comer emerged as top men rt.. those already entered In Him x
daughter ot' Mr. and Mrs Post Office has brought a '; ; Commissioner Joe Warren
m (!iXtimtnunitt! !} Robert Emmett Smith. the' foursom "v>lng for two crackdown enforcing the no The new 'officials will be The resignation was said he had studied the audit field are project l 11\ Terry 1' d'Carver
council' seats. were Todd Ashland and
La*'ley.: teacher. aide short Kenneth They Young In parking zone according to sworn in at the regular council requested by Board Chairman and It pointed to the fact .
trailed Griffith
by tMwhele
Cindy
&tlitt,1llllk hand .11. office aide Incumbent police chief Jimmy Bowen meeting on Tuesday.. March George Shuford effective Feb. Starke needs an appointedcity
review. third place. wMle 1-1. 23. Ciillutn: Ins. till ltrl 1 ,
vocabulary grammar Councilman and Acting Bowen said his officers will + manager that is Ierproje'et.'W'ill'I'eahalerniu( y
of
Accvunfft Now'Inwrttf U.. !Mr Sonva and.,Tenly Mrs. :CD.!:daughter(Sonny Mayor George Pierce ran las begin stringent enforcement 'Holdover' councilmen are Edmondson has been responsive to the council. ArlivnU. I lh I 1"\'O'I"It''t| | ...t Pi,
....... of the hospital! will have .
T. by Starke shorthand Adams and Melvin won their of the no parking area C.J. Stalnaker.: Steve Mpper. administrator :people: a repre Mal\ 1"lr'h: riiii h"r.t'lit!; '
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0.pttf'Imurattct Corp.. ..Tent Jr with and and. for three (Set .
.r.tff.*Q -"* l* I. teacher's aide applied two rear terms 63 52 beginning Friday. Feb. 17 Zoltan ,Jakob' ; years Page ISI) Female I'hirk' ,

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Ann Brooks Valentine DinnerThe Dinner FridayFriday

and Sherry Norman bundle up "over 60" member of evenings Feb. 10, the
against the cold In a r<<'k..> the First United Methodist youth from Madison Street!

than to raise money for an Church were honored( at a baptist Church were honoredat
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electronic blood pressure Valentine's Dinner
Day Valentine
a progressive
machine for the em..rJ.ncymedical ( Sunday following church .vSusan dinner

unit at Bradford service given by Group Two of The home of Mr. and Mrs,
County Hospital. With them. In f { n nI nV' ), (the UMW and MethodistWomen' Harold Epps was the setting
if Verll ShirleyHugh
sponsor ; .Sunday School class for the hors d' oeuvres course

l.uiulMtripper; Rock To Raise !MoneyFor I The Fellowship Hall was buffet which table was carrying served from out the a,

HutsonsTo V'. gayly decorated in the Valentine theme.

Electronic Blood Treasure Kit t Valentine theme with red and A salad course was servedat
Celebrate white streamers strung from the home of Rev. and Mrs.

Donation of electronic blood pressure kit for the emergency the four corners to point in Charles Swartz and a

vehicle by Bradford County Hospital Candy.trlprs was 25th Anniv.Mr. A. the The middle 28 of the ceiling. spaghetti supper served In the
VerttoOiHiaml guests attendingwere church Fellowship Hall.
of Patricia Ivejr by sponsor
nurses
presented' to director seated Sapp
at U-
a long Hostesses at the church were
Shlrl..y. and Mrs Hugh 1, shaped table where the side
and 1 Mrs. Sr.
.:MT'. Steve Futch Rhymer Howell
was Susan
for the presentation
are Debl Overttreet, Sandylulelle. llutson will celebrate their !tables were covered with red Sapp, Mrs. Robert Mathews andMrs. .
Balllie. Candyttrlpeni
Oeruld 25th wedding anniversary crepe paper cloths and the .
Lawson DonnaBruntley Leslie Libby r
( Ann Brooks, Terrle Cogdlll. Cindy Feb. 19. from 3 to 5pm Andrew KnightToWedMarch4
Darlene Shirley Joy Bell and Cynthia Sunday. head table was covered with a After the main course and a
.Shi-rrl Norman at an Open House at their white cloth. At Intervals alongthe short time for fellowship the
Overslrert.Presby.
Doris
Green. \<* shown It sponsor home on SK-22U (Brownlee tables were Valentinesand youth went to Brooker to the hews- ,

Road). Valentine nut cups at each home of Mr. and Mrs. John
No invitations are being, Barbara PatrayBarbara place setting. Some of the Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Sapp and Riggs for dessert Mrs. Riggs Linda Bowen
Youth Have Valentine BanquetThe sent but all friends are invitedto Valentines were made by the Mrs. G.L. Sapp announce the and Mrs. Jerry Williams

attend. Patray children's Sunday School engagement and approaching served their guests at tables Linda BowenXI
'* classes. The head table was marriage of their daughter, covered with red cloths. Mrs.
First Presbyterian flanked by burning red Len Eaves Honored At centered with a red and while Susan Carol to Andrew Riggs took Individual picturesof Iota Delta
<( hurch held a Valentine candles. gladioli and pompom Charles: Knight, son of Mr. and each couple and presentedthe

IwnqurtSunday evening, Feb. During the program Rose Ceremony! arrangement. Mrs. J.C. Knight of Lawtey. pictures to them on a red 1978 Sweetheart
I I' IL:/ fur the I youth of the church speaker Russell Jabcrg Assoc Celebrates Rev. George Harper gave The wedding will be an heart.A variety of desserts In- .
in i he old manse on Cherry ciate Professor of Humanities the devotional before the event of March at 8 p.m. In cluding fresh strawberry pie '
srnttI t at the University of Florida 1 11 1th BirthdayLen Barbara Patray was dinner and good fellowshipand the Northnide Baptist Church.All cherry pie. cherry cheese- Xt Iota Delta Examplar
I; The I candlelight dinner was spoke on "Love as Related to honored by members of XI a delicious dinner was friends and relatives are cake pie and a heart cake chapter of Beta Sigma Phi
1'rvIOllIt the U-shaped table Us In Scripture." Mrs. Martha celebrated his Iota Delta chapter of Beta enjoyed by all those attending. Invited to attend. along with Valentine cookies honored Mrs. Linda Bowen at .
t 1I\'l'rt..i l with cloths and llolman of Neptune Beach Eaves afternoon Sigma Phi at a dinner Saturday and cokes were served. a dinner_Saturday, Feb, 11..at'
Friday
tarriect out the Valentine Corporate Education Ministry 11th birthday at the Garden Restaurant Enjoying the dinner were 24. the Garden Restaurant as the
when his mother Mrs Hawaiian Luau Honors Youth
i home A red und white Coordinator introduced the for with the Order of the Rose Baptist youths and six adults. sorority's. 1978. Valentine
I ,.rllIlIt. extended down the speaker and led the youth In A.J. Eaves, gave a friends party Ceremony.The Sweetheart.The .
lengths uf( the tables Interspinnrd him and seven boy Valentine motif was
games. i seated
The boys enjoyed games Baptist Fellowship Hall was The guests were on
with hearts and carried out in the decorations
was con- the floor and ate at lowered St. Mark's Altar ;
and Ice ceremony
cake
and
Twenty-one young people with prizes decorated in a Hawaiian Luau
niclleH In silver holders. A red lace tablecloth coveredthe
I, were among the 32 enjoyingthe cream during the party hours ducted by president Connie theme Friday night for the tables. The tables were
The mantel hold a center. table and had a cupid
.. occasion. Best, and Is bestowed upon an Valentine banquet given by centered wth Ivy down the Guild Give"Coffee"
I ii'cc of red hearts and cupids } centerpiece.Mrs. .
Individual who has
completed renter: with pineapples
the First Baptist Church for
t Bowen was given a red
of service to her camellias anascented
14 years the 12 to 17 age youth group. kumquats SaturdayThe
Chapter
chapter. Barbara has com candles placed at"intervals. rose corsage.
Bamboo
pleted \18 years service. exotic clumps flowers, decoratedthe palmettosand The head table was Altar Guild of St. president Connie Best, presented -
with
Mrs. Bowen
88" Tuxedo Sofa Bed Mrs! Pat ray became a' hall for the occasion. ccrftcrcd with a monkey pod Mark's Episcopal Church a
crown shaped pin' as a
member of the Ritual of filled with coconuts and "coffee"
gave a Saturday memento of the occasion.
..... .. Jewels chapter in 1961. She The buffet table In that. camellias.:
--... .. .- a afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Bowen has been a
J'' has held the offices of president ched hut was covered with a Presented on the programwas William E. Carter' on Johns member of Beta Sigma Phi for
__ recording secretary a hula dance,. limbo
green lace cloth and centered Drive for new and prospective
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and six years.She resides at lit.; 2.
secretary demonstration and talks by .
corresponding
wI with a huge arrangement of members. Box 66C,' Starke; with her
extension officer. She was members who had been to
Roast ham The coffee table
grass.
was
and
pampas husband Robert Bowen
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presented the Girl of The Year barbecued chicken, authentic HawaiI. A table held a displayof covered with a chantilly lace two children. Stacey and

o award for two years straight. Hawaiian recipes for hot dogs Hawaiian mementos. and edged cloth and centered with Dana'She is the daughter of
\I'175! and 1976\ This award Is souvenirs.
and fresh pineapple meat of camellias
an arrangement Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson of
ion given to a member that has dish fresh fruit salads relish The sixty young people attending pompoms and slat Ice In Rt. 2, Starke:
t worked hard and given her trays etc were lopped oil were dressed for the spring shades. Mrs. Bill
rtI time unselfishly lot her with a dessert composed of a occasion in Muu Muus Caftans Peters presided at the coffee
I chapter cnumut half shell filled with and bright colored skirts, service and Mrs. John Flynn Mrs. Stevenson..
Mrs Patray resides with three different kinds of ice pants and blouses. As they arrived poured punch.Twentyfive.
her husband Art Patray and cream with syrup tupping and they were given leis and guests were Recent Bride

two daughters, Marlynn, age nuts Hawaiian punch. Invited to this delightful oc.'
,,, 10. and Marsha Kaye, age J3. casion. Tea Honoree
Arne nt Itt. I I. Lake Hutchinson in Church Of God Valentine

Keystone Heights. She is the Mrs. Warren Stevenson the
;I ;, ; -/1' daughter: : of Mr. and Mrs. Banquet Saturday.'The ., -.. -...... --,Valentine, Banquet! ...t farmer' Carol Shields a recent
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'f..oIIi.NlI,1
; wit:Ward Sr of SUrke i
.____ "p Held bride was complimented at a
the Chapter order member of the! ROl8".ar.d'attending ''
the Starke Church of God held with prayer by Clara Belle given
Sweetheart dinner were: Mrs.
!Mrs. E.W. Hodges Jr. and
.. Its annual Sweetheart banquet the flea, portrayed by pastor At First BaptistThe
.... Connie Best. Mrs. Harriett
!Mrs. S.G. Denmark at the
Kev M\ .K:. Drake. The of
Ms. Cherie Mrs. Saturday evening, Feb 11, at story
1,2 .,. Bryan Cox <
home of the latter N.
on .
r. Diane lodge Mrs. Dimples 'I 11:30: p.m. in the church Cinderella was told by the adults of the First
Walnut Street.
Sofa ''iloos'I' Overstrrct. Mrs. Brenda ,,Fellowship Hall fairy godmother, Mrs. Leon Baptist Church and their Mrs.! Denmark and Mrs.
I Vinyl I Pintie Made IIrs.ronda' Stephens The hall 'was decorated in (tklom The glass slipoer was sweethearts attended a Valentine -
I I rhr \i v..hrI ; 'The' Cinderella Slipper"theme placed near the coach where Hodges greeted the guests at
,. I i i i J"Blue A Brown Fu Mrs\ Beth Waters and Mrs. banquet Monday night, the door and presented themto
: ,: '::'.""" ':i: ::,'. ; Marie W>'nn. Also attending I Iwerl' At one end of the room the handsome prince. Willard Feb. 13, in the Fellowship
'" Mrs. Stevenson and her
.,i', .... ,, Kxncllynn SO1QOO Craw ford, tried it on each contestant .
",, Mrs and 'was a huge pumpkin coach
,,. Virginia Darby Hall
motherInlaw.Irs.! .Lu'
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st OVelvet" until the
I :,:. Shown Mrs Eve Godwin.. which was centered with the princess was A delicious chicken dinnerwas
,.,. P. ,. '" throne for the sweetheart of found for the year of 1978. served. Stevenson of Gainesville.
The tea table covered with a;
the year. Dr. Jim Brasher Dean for
white linen cloth edged in wide
The head table covered Miss Robin "May' will represent -
lt' '.\ ": BRIDGE: was 4-H at the University of lace was centered with a white
3 Piece Sectional church The Youth
: with a red and white linen the as Florida was the featured
tl.tllRKSULTSMr : and red arrangement in the
I cloth and centered with a Sweetheart for this year speaker and shared some
Valentine motif.
$ < j, und Mrs M.HColdsberry I Cinderella doll surrounded by The evening was climaxedwith delightful thoughts related to At points of interest in the
I silk roses. The other tables an inspirational message the time honored theme of
( were the winning covered with red and "A Child of the King" by Rev. party rooms were arrangements
were love and joyful living.
couple at Duplicate Bridge't'llCSd.iV of camelias and potted
f cloths with Cinderelladolls Tony Weaver of Callahan.
night. Mrs. Ida Shaw white This annual event is a highlight
and red and white carnations Miss May was crowned by of fellowship for the mums.
Mrs.
and Pearl Pickering Presiding at the tea service I
V the 1977 Sweetheart Miss
I centering each adults of First Baptist Church
were second and Mrs. Ithea were !Mrs. Malcolm Sandersand
The walls and other points Brenda May. Miss May was which gives opportunity to
Johnson and !Mrs Eva !Mrs. Paul Bridges. Others I
of interest were decoratedwith presented with red roses and a
love In the Christian
Mathewson were third. express assisting were Mr. D.F. (Bill)
hearts and plaque as a memento of the
cupids.
j-J family and home according to !McKae. Mrs V.E. Spiers.
occasIon. the teachings of the Bible
Hostesses for the occasionwere Mrs Tom Casey. Mrs 11.11.
Adams. Mrs. Phil Vellenga.;
Mr\ and I1rs.'arlin! OO+IONAAONO OMe
0 :\llo'lelian.Ir.! and Mrs Mrs Vernon Silcox Mrs.
Steve Wynn. Mr and Mrs Halph Morgan Mrs. M.J.
1Jil"ON YOMIWUJ ,
David Kirkland, and Miss Sanderson. Miss Cathy Casey "
and Miss! Stacy Denmark.
l.orrls.sa Mosely. Assisting in in
Bill Tilley is a patient
'' In Beautiful Soft I fur decorations was !Mrs. Willard North Florida Regional Guests were invited to call

H I ti, ."! '1"'". ,,'"m I '19/8 M, i" i n, u i ... "1 h, i nI 'rafurd. Hospital. between the hours :.1:30: ( and 5
"Hit'iii,,,,,, wilt I .,t soil 'ff i'" .,h, .i, "ti ., ".' p.m.
I X.ltllt
'. Woe fur The Handsome" loot pillow back is" in con-
\sShiiUM Destine printed velvet, on durable' foam" Built to the floor .n Drew Reddishs
WALTER D. DAVIS M.D
I keeping witn me dramatic' new look of contemporary style' ,
I I
to tit any decor93"Sofa
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE Celebrates 25th


FOR AnniversaryMr. .

: of Sheer Spanish Comfort: ( N'V. ii I II. FAMILY PRACTICE ,

I AT and Mrs. Drew Reddish
l |-' Com for were honored at a surprise
/ I'M I/I li M 11et'ir| ; 4001 NEWBERRY ROAD dinner Friday night. Feb.3, on
t I their 25th wedding anniversary -
SUITE EtGAINESVILLE. given by their sons.

j FLORIDA 32807 Stan.Tommy /and Doug at the
"
: DELUXE CENU"L "" CXICUTIVST CS NT.AL. home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim

f AIR, CONDITIONING SiC CONDITIONING ? I OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT teLEPHONE' ((9O4| 373.7223 Reddish, at Raiford.
Quality cooling at a reaunablo coil In capacltin IromAv
Available .
.,i.oie' ,ft cipacitio. 0, 14 coo to jo.one te .ooo STUN The buffet dinner table was
MOM STUN' Models' 7of7/A centered with a two tiered
through TRUO onlyand tOo cake topped with a silver

[b hunt pickup y STARKE FIRESTONE "25"The. 30 members' of the

V I us 301 N Starke FlaMOUNE family attending included
Drew Reddish's six brothersand
a $50 or 11., Low Priced Tires FREE wives and their mother.'
'
y G Grand Pns 0' HOhday MOUNTING Mrs. P.D. Reddish. They pre
sented the Drew Reddishs

$100 cash' 4 PLY POLYESTER IItlnEWALL tiRES with vice. a silver five piece. ser

: Stan. Tommy and Doug
i
refund.Enjoy I 81111J .t,1I gave their parents a silver

.N"S?' In ltrai.lir.il. Cru li. I F uri cool add-on or modernize 07N11F7i114 / Revere Inscribed bowl as a I
I, comfort all sum- you memento of the occasion.
$ i
heatGcneralElectricwholehouse /
mer long with one of these your present warm air 25.
; !: ing system between !-'eb-// / 21" 0117114711fs/
I .t $349 air conditioning systems. ruary 1 and April 28.
14.ahn.u. 1 h.." ...........'tv.n Well help you choose the (with installation by April I 1111'S THE BRADFORD
I model that's right for your 28. 1978)) Get $50 with the 1 I LUllS 2811 COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Its .11'act You Can Do Better At house. Deluxe model. $\\00 with the I Ihighefficiency I 11 Is Lt Published every Thursday. .
a Buy now. and get a cash re-' Executive a.nd ha 42" at 135 W.Call Street
fund direct from GE. when model. Slarke Florida 32091
3'1 x, ti Call today for a home survey a stlmato.. FREE! 4 WHEELER ft.'SLt '46"

,erNtdeit Second Clan pottage<< paid

ruAUITuRE'y GORDON AIR CONDITIONING RVT 1t.11 1Ti4IUjis '16" SUrke,Florida .".

Subscription Ra ten i
& HEATINGHwy If 74"All In trade area '7 per

-. -- :..- <'r a. 100 Between Starke & KeystoJe Phone year; M six months
..
434 W Call -- ,r, Prlell Plus am'. IIIWI8u. !!
473-4777 F 964-6436 .... Outside trade area t W
t Starke. Fla/ 964-5S27 peryeirr$4.50 six months.It .
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Beverly McGee Brooker Water ,


Speaker ForHomemakers a rnI
Meeting Set

,

) For TuesdayA
Mrs Beverly McGee. I
F activities and crafts coordinator tr 4f '
meeting for public input to r
; 9 at the Stark
ny ,
) l on the question i Home the
rr ; Nursing was
water for the town
new system
at the Bradford tti
speaker': of Brooker will be held at 7:30: r
k County Homemakers Club Tuesday. Feb. 21, In the
ttp'v p m.
meeting Thursday morning, Brooker school.
Feb. 9, at the Agriculture p
Y The present water system
Building.
hasbeen described as
Mrs. McGee gave an interesting
"
beyondrepaIr" and the town
,
talk about the different
three
Is alternatives,
facing I
duties she has been

performing
1M according to its engineers:
at the home the two
years she has worked since 1-- A "bare bones" it i
the '
overhaul Job on
present
holding the title of "Activitiesand r ,
M'p system at an estimated cost of
Crafts Coordinator. She
$44.01)0) ,
stated this title has recently ,lbw. Improvements Including Park Of The' Palms Lmliea
become mandatory, a state ground
a new looooo gallon
Ap law that requires each nursing storage tank and new 6.000 Model For Starke Woman's Club
home to hire a person in that
gallon hydro-pneumatic tank
particular field She works
hard at teaching the active $150,000 with Ladles from the Turk of the Palms (Keystone Heights
residents varied crafts and 3System elevated new with 100,000 low modeled costumes, from other lands for the monthly meeting of

says some of them still play gallon cost tank and efficient the Starke Woman's Clubednesday.. Feb. 8.
A Ir bingo one night each week r.aty maintenance Announcer for the program was :Marian Tonnesonx and
/fire
I She also stated if anybody In protection narrator Mabel Thomttun. Ladle are back row tl(l-r):IIma
;I the county would like to capability. 176000. would Moore, llerta Kaiser Alice Grant :Nell; Long France Grant.
donate little jewelry items or All three systems Joy Tom. :Mary Grimm Dean Fast and Barbara Shaw.
; Include fire
'\i\i jt I other things for bingo prizes, and necessary would. be Front am Ardls Bonny. Agnes Weir Joyce F.venhuls. I4\a
they are always welcome.. hydrants Rupp, Sara lIcfonald.Iab..1! Thomson Maude Sues. Ruth
financed by a 50 per cent loan- lIor.ey.Iary: \ellch, and Jean Clarke. ,
Jr. Women's Fashion Also volunteers are welcometo grant from Farmers Home
teach some of the residents
Administration.All .
how to crochet or anythingelse '. ; Brooker citizens are Kerosene Heaters Cause Of 2 FiresThe

Show Set For March 2 them.they think might Interest urged to attend this Important

Four-year-old Almee (Hodges, daughter'of Randy and BrUe Most important of all Mrs. meeting Starke fire departmentwas fires caused by' kerosene
(lodges of SUrke. models an outfit for the annual Jr. Women's McGee says she has always ,,r ... called to extinguish( two twitters Monday. Fob 13.
Club fashion show set for Thursday March 2. loved senior citizens. With her ,
Aimee Is a pretty picture<< In a pink dotted Swiss dress from Mini- enthusiasm she has .many 'j. '. ,,,,Ii. !bJ'lJ..K-. In u fire shortly before H ,
World available at Stumps Department Store In Bradford dreams and hopes for new and '. .",,,';")i p. ..._1. p m, firemen responded to a ,
Square. Almee's pink anklets with a ruffle matches the ruffle on exciting things to keep the """. rt. \ Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith call at HMD\ North St t I. when a
the dress. Completing the outfit I. a bouffant lip and patent residents happy. .;. "<' ,."..' 'If: 1,1:, Mr. and Mrs Bruce and daughter, Terri attendeda kerosene heater ignited in a I
leather slippers, all available at Stumps. At the end of the meeting.Mrs. ..{": $fi1' : p1 Mathews cf Maitland were family dinner Sunday ..llhe trailer owned by Sara
here hislalher
Mary Yearta. Home Sunday visiting home of Mr, and MM. J.W Hennett Occupant :Mary
Economist had an open dis- Gar! Mathews at Ricketson in BellevlewMr. Ik-nnolt was injured in a fall
home and his mother In Brad
leaving the trailer Starke
cussion with the club
Applications Sought Now For 15 members about the Bradford ford County Hospital. and Mrs .K.K. Brown firemen cu'lmiited' $">o,
County Fair which will open Models Ready For Spring and daughter, Vicki. nf damage( lo the trailer
March 28. She expressed her Airman and Mrs. Gary 1loblle.Ia.. were weekend
Contestants For Strawberry Queen l' appreciation to the club for Fashion Show Bakken of Seymour Johnson guests of Mr and :Mrs e.G.J Just! before carat
assisting in making the Fair AKB N.C, are home on leave Hill firemen responded lo a
Applications for the 15th Woman's Club of Starke the success it always Is Christie Redding Is ready for the Jr Women's Club spring this week Mrs. Nelson Green liMilSouthgaleMr/: ( A keroseneheater
annual Strawberry Queen prizes this year will Include The Bradford County fashion show set for Thursday. March 2, in a brown blue and Gary's grandmother will Mr and Mrs George caused S;:mi' in damageto .
Pageant are now being accepted silver bowls to the Queen and Homemakers Club Is open to beige cotton dreaR available at Leila's. return with them for a ten day Muggins( were visiting rcla the home mind l bjKennelh

for the beauty contest runners-up, compliments of everyone regardless of .race The cool cotton features a scooped neckline and gathered VlHlt lives in Maryville Tonn lust I U. Chilly
which will be held Saturday. the Bradford County Chamber religion or creed.Spaghetti waist.Christie added brown beads to complement the drens. Tuesday to Saturday
!March 25. in the Bradford of Commerce. Local Christie a senior at Bradford High School the daughter of ,cal admittances to
High School auditorium. merchants and businesseshave of Starke. Bradford County Hospital this
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Redding
Applications are now being given very generouslythis Supper '. The annual Spaghetti Supper will begin at 6:30: p.m. followed week include: from Starke.
taken: for H candidates who year In order to make the about 7:30: by the fashion show.' Tickets at t the door will be 13 Henry Heine, Marvin Lawton, Ready For Spring ? .
must be residents of Bradford list of prizes and awards very Fashion! ShowThursday for adults and '1.110 for children. Mrs Gertrude McBride Mrs
County or' a student In the impressive said contestant Lee Sanders, Mrs. Doris For Easter With ;
To Get Ready
Time
Bradford County school chairman Jan Norton. Miller Sam Hawlings, Mrs
March
system end between the agesof The pageant will be held 2 Ladies Night Set By Rotary Club Frances Hefferon MrsKleanora Spring In Your Hair I
16 and 21Contestants. Saturday.Mar 25. at 8 p.m. In Johnson James
will be judged the BUS auditorium. Deadline The Junior Woman's Club Is I.listen( Kenneth Palmer, HI, On Our Pre-Spring k
on the basis of beauty poise for entries is Mar. 15. Interested preparing for Its annual Starke Rotarians Rotary teacher of exceptional Miss Alice Callaghan. Saves 1000 :
I I and personality and will applicants should Spaghetti Supper and Fashion Anns and guests will gather children who spent a year Herman Nettles Mrs Laura '
compete in evening gown, contact Mrs. Maxie Jan( ) Show to be held Thursday at the Starke Golf and Country studying in Denmark as an Walker and Mrs Nancy Permanemt Wave Special. r
bathing suit and street Norton, phone 533-2000( ) or March' 2, with the supper Club Friday night at 7 o'clock exchange student under a Eunice: Mn. Edith Wilkcrson :
clothes Mrs Richard (Becky) beginning" at 6:30: p.m. and the for the annual Ladies Night Rotary Scholarship will from Uuwtey.; Mrs. Ruth Guy HairCut, Shampoo-Set Or Blow
\ The Strawberry Queen will Roberts, phone 964551to! : Fashion Show following at 'dinner describe some of her experi-- from Keystone Heights, Jeff
reign jointly with last year'a obtain an application. approximately 7:30: p.m. Miss Linda Rockwell, a ences while abroad. Todd from .Brooker and Mrs. Dry, And Perm Only $1500
queen Lisa Mitchell, over the A Coke party for the con- Local merchants parti- Mary llolhfleld from
Bradford County Fair from testants will be held Saturday.Mar. cipating in this year's event Ilampion.BrianBlsoopsonolMr.. (Sale Lasts For 2 Weeks Only) Call Today For Your I

Mar. 29 to Apr. 2. 18. at the Starke Country Include Williams Jewelry. Chili-Soup Luncheon Appointment
Sponsored by the Junior Club.I' Sears, Bret & Jerry's Athletic
(House Leila's and; Stumps. Feb. 21 At Meth. Hall and
,.. ,
Hand will Grady of ,,' "
,Things By provide Mrs Bishop >\o '
t inn"';;, ; ::''Mh.ChtihCetChwt:r ; Itl/Jtrrh'Nfn decorations ,Kingsley Lake was on theDesn'z w {
I' ..Advance tickets will be$2.7Si.. ,Th" First United Methodist Tickets tJ2.per. person list at'Troy SIat4rVJII; 'cS fjlrYl c 's'y .SV
't,1 ; "' >I'f't'j' : ii i re'd'1114"D' sire cn o M'b: i@f*' aduus" and 'K29''for: "*r,Women wilt'Bpoiuef'' a Chlll-i' "BTSnay toobtainedfrom. UMWc'membet'R4ur .W versify at Doeben,_Ala:... -.i r, nt@w
: 'a M
church :
Soup luncheon In the Fellow-''' at the I ]. ": '. V HHtOHAUZIO HAH en't/N0'/ ,VlOlt
children Tickets purchased at <&*'f.\\ :'
N the door will be $1. adults and ship Hall on Tuesday Feb.'Zf.' ,'' r offIceNSAdy"" ,mw"'i. ." Mrs. Ralph Alvarez of, i iConnie MIN AND WOMEN C
Mr and Mrs J.VV. Hitch and wives were seated at ft 1.50, children. 'Tickets are from 11 a.m. to I p.m. a' '.; k" Lakeland and Mrs. M.J, 964-6547
entertained the United tables covered with Valentine available from club president trf ,f Pickering of Tampa were
cloths with / 442 FW. MADISON ST STARKE, FLA.32091
matching napkinsand ?
Methodist chancel choir at Chris Wilson. 964.8210 and 1950's Dance Held At Club House visiting Miss Dorothy Alvarez
centered with
dinner Thursday night at their arrangements Sharon Hyres. 964.8044 (after and Mrs. L.N. Pickering over
home on Mimosa Drive of red geraniums.Good 5:30: p.m.), of Becky Jones, the weekend, Payne Batty Carroll. Pat King And Retha Alvarez \ \i
food and a social %4-6<>22 and Carolyn Autry Joey Heires and Michelle Woman's. Club at the clubhouse '

The 18 members husbands evening was enjoyed. !)64-678fl) Sapp won four free meals atMcDonald's _.______ .J'r"
by winning the Maxle Norton disc jockey,
dance contest at the 1950's provided music for dancing 44t ,I
Sock Hop Held At Country Club ;w Yo.J now. Valentine dance given Saturday during the evening. ,1 It t
I night by the Junior

Friday Night Mrs. J.W. Kincaid visited
k7
her sister, Mrs. C.C. Hoppe in 2.>J yoar.Naw h

"Valentine Be Mine" was Valentine theme table centered Tampa Friday to Tuesday. .
the theme of the teen Valentine with a large punch bowl Mrs. Johns and Mr end Mrs. Tillman Hutto
dance isofk hop) held and red punch. W.J. Dodd was admitted to Tommy Leslie of of Jacksonville were Sunday '
daughter,
'ridayevt'nin" Jo'cb.0.\ at the Prizes for the best decorated Gainesville VA Hospital the weekend visitors of Mrs Carolyn
Macclenny spent
Starke Golf and Country Club. socks went to Jenifer Saturday night with with Mr and Mrs. J.W. Ritch Redgrave and family 4 try. ,
Pam Tucker was in chargeof Gagnon, Vickie Carver Pam pneumonia.Keith ,
the decorations and did a Pratt and Stacy Denmark. Mrs. Mary Lawson visited !Mrs. Robert Tanner of
beautiful job decorating the Dancing games were en- Carter and Brenda her cousin. Mrs. Janie Baldwin visited her sister.
ballroom with red and white joyed such as "Stop the Music Prevatt of FSU were home for at S.C. !Mrs. J1I Fields last j
Henderson
streamers hearts and cupidsFortytwo and Switch Partners", the weekend. Hampton Thursday.
last week.
,
guests danced to Chaperones were Mr. and : .
the music played by discjockey Mrs Jay Carver. CountryClubleenpartychalrmen Mr and Mrs. Herb Johnson I

Grover Howard.Itefreshmenls : Dr. and son of Tallahassee visited lI
Service Go. I
chairman and Mrs Carlos Hernandez. her parents Mr. and Mrs tlpptlaJIce ,
Mrs MornsViIliams displayed Dr and Mrs. J.E. Denmarkand K.R. Chism. on Friday and
refreshments on a Mr. and Mrs Arthur Saturday, DON'T FUSS CALL US 964-8312 54by

Pratt MAJOR & SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR
6.N. Christy spent the past
ten days with Mr. and Mrs. NEW & USED SINGER SEWING MACHINESNEW
I ( ]] Marion Harrington at. Ormond \;\.ii', y; .h,5' .

Beach. & USED VACUUMS- PARTS & NOTIONS I
aK'' I
Carper Cleaning/ (Oil, Foam Thrftd II'. ""
Mr. and Mrs Daniel J. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishwere ) "Mo'n/pc* I II ,
Griffis announce the birth of a Mr and Mrs. Wade Paulk of in Wilmington. Dela. last )
daughter..Kelli Danielle horn Jesup. Ga.,. formerly of Wednesday to Sunday on a Formerly Starke Sewing Center I
"'('b. 6 in Alachua General Starke. announce the birth of business and pleasure trip. 215 E. Call St. Approved SINGER Dealer Starke Fla.
Hospital. a daughter. Donna Lynn born I II Ivt
Maternal grandparents are Keb 2. Grandparents are Mr.
-- -
and Mrs Jeff Baker of and Mrs \\.K. Johnson of
Mr An Independent Non-denomination School Fully Accredited By The
Hampton Paternal grandparents Starke and II. Lee Paulk .of

are Mr. and !Mrs Aster Fla Southern Association Of Colleges And Schools
James A. Griffis of Graham.

Paternal. greatgrandparentsare !
Mr: and :Mrs Alfonso Grades.1-12
Taibi of Graham. ,
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BALEALUMINUM
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announce Handy and the Sulhe birth Scoggins of their SHEETS St. Johns Country Day SchoolFounded I ;.' : center ; :

daughter April L>nn. born 24 9/8"m 38" 009"" '
Jan. 24 nt Alachua General 1953 Shirt 1600 :
,
Hospital Maternal grandparents are .S5.' Each Our Next TESTING DATE FOR ADMISSION Will Be Pants- 'M5 ; stageDIVISION :

: and :Mrs Paul of THESE
Mr. Meng ARE OFFSET Of SOS ANN' INC' .
Hampton Lake. Paternal PRINTING PLATES. Saturday, April 1. 1978 .
grandparents are !Mr and ". ,
Mrs: C.K. Scoggins of Starke. C...,.... Amount. ft uk Active summer looks from '
Maternal great-grandmother For Additional Information Please Contact The Admissions. Office; Center Stage in Visa' poly ,
is Mrs Lawrt'nceIeng: of Bradford Printers "." ester the! fabric that gives you ".'/
Toledo. Ohio. Paternal great. M4-UOS ((904)) 264"9512. ', superior comfort stain release ,"
grandmother is Mrs. Elvia : and the! brightness you deserve ,
fowling of Haiford. We Offer: Stylish blouson shirt In floral print
4 over basic fly-f-onr, pant Block and t\

....A broad academic program at all grade levels. sand Pont 4>20. .hit! S. ;'" I ,1

NEED FURNITURE? ....College.preparation, including advanced placement courses' y # M L, XL '1)611 t.; :r ,

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"r-.i' .. ,.Small classes with individualized instruction ,' '. ...... ...- ,".

"' Come To 301 Auction ....A wide variety of athletic and extracurricular activities .'VISA.llo of Millil ,
e regiiterad trademark < o& Company:? '

Friday Night: 7:30: p.m. ...Bus transportation l : from surrounding areas. ''b, j, :. .;:
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, Also China: Glass, ToOlS Gifts Cookware, Much More. We Have An Open Admission Policy And Will Accept Academically Qualified t r

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Prizes Awarded. Students Of Any Race, Color, National Or Ethnic Origin. ; '01 :E.. {,

.t ;aot'Auction' Stark Mailing Address:, ,Doctors Lake Drive, P.O. Box 518 I.;:, \

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I f Clay Residents Set To Batty d: '.' 4 :: ir -I City Authorizes


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Overthrow Of, Zoning* Decisibti> .,t Agency To Seek



"We plan to fill the courthouse denying a special.uses permit agreement -with Southeast said. "%lot of business the I1fr Planning FundsA
'and half of Green Cove which would allow Southeastto Recycling for sale to the developm authority I
Springs," Marion Wilkinson, move its rendering plant property on U.S. 301, carries out Is cloaked In '
of Maxville. chairman of the operation from the present apparently unaware that a secrecy."J: ? He crttkixedauthority' resolution authorizingthat Gordon Thompson Chevrolet
Committee of Twelve, Mid site at Doctors Inlet to a 189- special uses permit would be members, including : the North Central Florida of Jacksonville did not meetspecifications
yesterday In discussing plansto acre tract on U.S. 301 between required for operation of a Chairman Tom Ryan for 'S. Regional Planning Council because It was
attend a public hearing before Max v iUe and h Ighland.At rendering plant.Hundreds claiming they did not know -I It NCFRPC( ) apply for up to not equipped with Councilman heavy duty-
the Clay County the December 1 meeting of resident! of the that Southeast was the buyer $20.000 local brakes or clutch.
plan
Maxville Clay Hill Duck when they agreed to the SChaefer moved acceptance IBlount'
Commission at 7:30: p.m. the Zoning Board sided with a seU assistance funds
Tuesday Feb. 28. large delegation of Maxvillearea Pond Highland area stormed U.S. 301 tract. __ unanimously Tuesday night bid Councilman:
and It
the December board "I ask didn't he city Vernon Silcox seconded
The committee will oppose residents, protesting the toning you why by the Starke .
:an appeal filed by attorney proposed the meeting protesting the sale (Ryan) know who was buying commission.: passed onaofmot 1y
Alban E. Brook on behalf of "smelly" plant ttwhich has and asking that the specialuses It? Alford asked. "He's the According to Marlie
Southeast Recycling: Corporation been a source of controversy permit be denied. The chairman, and they're selling Sanderson a representative Was told by Street
of Doctors: Inlet Southeast in the Doctors Inlet area for board turned thumbs-down, 189 acres of our land. Why of the regional planning Committee Chairman Charles
la seeking to overthrow a years. The Clay County unanimously, on Southeast's didn't he know what the land council the money being Schaefer that a bid to take out
I December 1 decision by the Development Authority had request, and Brook filed an was to be used for?" t 1 1 r11 ,t'J applied for would be part of a tree stumps has been awardedto
Clay County Zoning Board previously entered into a sales appeal.In Ryan also said that the federal 701 planning grant. Sapp's Tree Surgeons at$10a
the meanwhile DER development authority cif iYc Local planning assistance stump for 35 stumps;
(Department of Environ members weren't aware thata funds are administered by the Schaefer sald.however. Street
mental Regulation), which special used permit wouldbe U. S. Department of Housing Supt. S. R. Hicks has about 40
ITALIAN SPAGHETTI SUPPER has had a suit pending in Circuit necessary to operate a and Urban Development stumoa he wants taken out.
Court for several years to rendering plant in that area. (HUD) and are channeled
ANDGOSPEL close the Doctors Inlet plant The legislators) advised the through the state Departmentof -Looked at specifications: for
SING on anti-pollution grounds committee to Initiate a grand Community Affairs. a 48-Inch: diameter drainage
reached an agreement with jury investigation at the local The money is available on a pipe to be Installed under St.
1 Featuring Southeast for a 60-day time level in their efforts to abolishthe basis of one-third local funds Clair Street: and eastward
M. ,. extension In which to make development authority. He being used to match two- dome 300 feet to Alligator
SHARON AND THE AMBASSADORS plant modifications to correctthe suggested they go directly! to thirds federal funds. There Is Creek. Next step is for City
j BEAVERS I odor and other pollution the foreman of the grand jury a limit of $20.000 federal Attorney& George Pierce to
f.;... SATURDAY FEBRUARY'18, 1978 problems. Wilkinson described with their information. money for local planning prepare legal descriptions of
this agreement Wilkinson said the assistance, Sanderson said. the properties the pipe will
AT reached by attorneys of the committee planned to pursuethe I The city is presently cross and to seek signatureson
1 PINE: VALLEY C. H. CHURCHLocated opposing sides, as "a real investigation through the committed to pay three an easement to allow
farce." thirds, the total amount
grand jury. construction. Reason for the
I 2 tulles North Furniture of Stark Factory.down At a recent hearing in Clay One In A Million Chicken Mayor-Commissioner HaroldEppa pipe is the opening in the ditch
dirt toad by Bradford County, the Committee of I :.': .:" r," explained when is washing
I .. This twelve week old Golden Comet hen may be one In a away property
I : DONATION FOR SUPPER Twelve asked its legislative '. p ) million,at least It ls one In I9.0OO born. with three legs, and eight Commissioner Joe Warren where It empties Into Alligator.
to introduce for the
delegation :, ( ) ;,1'0' ( toes on the one set of feet questioned applying Creek.
Adult $. 00 Children under 12 Sl.OO legislation seeking!! to abolishthe /' The mutation was found In the chicken houses of Leaton federal funds. The city has
Clay County Development \ ; :-- : contracted with NCFRPC to Rejected all bids on new
!Mathews Delta Hatcheries
on Morgan Itoad.With the chicken
Supper 5:00: PM. Sing 7:30: P.M. Authority.Carl Some used to think mice Is Delta employee Pete Capassa who hi going to keep the chickenas write the city land use plan in fencing for the maintenance
Alford, spokesman for fell to earth from the a pet and possibly exhibit In the Bradford County Fair. cooperation with the City yard. At' the suggestion of
the committee at the hearing clouds during a storm.. Planning Committee at a cost Councilman Vernon Silcox.
of$12.600, Epps said. The city, the commission will seek
OPERATE A ROUTE OF Hampton Selects Engineering Firm has budgeted $7,300 In the prices on buying the fence and
current fiscal\ year for land Installing It with city'crews. A
U.S. POSTAGE STAMP MACHINES Dwight Slates use planning. Epps said bid of $...457 was received
i FULL OR PART TIME WANTEDMan To Begin Work On Water SystemCouncil City officials commented from Manning Fence Co. of
Food & ScatOpen Tuesday night they have Keystone Heights, and one of
Or Woman (Husband 4 Wile Team Invited) members moved a Associates of Jacksonville searched for several years for 2.991 was received from Allen
No Experience Required step closer to solving and Russell and Axon from a source of federal money to Fence Company of
U.S. 301 S Hampton's long time water Daytona Beach all told council defray costs of the federally Gainesville.
If selected u a distributor you will service and A.M. 12 P.M. A Walnut St problems by selecting members the most likely required land Merrill .
collect money from the stamp machines In your Sverdrup and Parcel and source of grant and loan City Clerk I Edwardstold '-Approved write-off of nine
ar.a. We have. several routes available All locations SUNBEAM FLATS Associates (S&P) of Gaines- combination would be from the council he has been unpaid utility bills which
are secured by contract, some with high profit EGGS ville Monday, Feb. 13, as the Farmer's Home Ad- working on obtaining the deposits didn't cover totaling
chain stores.To BREAD LARGE engineering firm for the city's ministration'(FmllA). same federal planning funds 461.
water system. would be through Charles Harwood
Hampton probably
minimum qualify you of 10 must hours be a dependable week spare,time.have a car anda 2 Loaves 79t *| S9 254 Dot Council members along eligible for a 50 percent another representative of the -Rejected Schaefer's
with mayor William Summersand grant and 40 year financing at NCFRPC. Epps did not know "thought for consideration"that
The cash Investment required Is S2.142.SO to city attorney Richard 5 percent. Engineering fees that, however. the city borrow from its
sa.iao.oo. BORDEN 3MILK ALL BRANDS BEER Welty met with the three are set by FmHA based on the A city land use map has own employee pension fund to
firms selected from seven total cost of the project.The been completed through the build the proposed city hall.
For Information and Interview call toll free Diversified review the said effort of NCFRPC and
to next joint
applicants step. Eng "You can t touch that", said
B. and M.C., Inc., a full line vending Case .
1155Oet 1100 credentials of each. after selecting the engineering the City Planning Committeeand Attorney George Pierce.
company l-SOO-438-5140 to f, seven days a wetk.
OverCoatf The interviews about 30 firm would be a a narrative of the
minutes each, covered many meeting with FmHA officials comprehensive has been -Rejected Councilman
of the same questions with to discuss Hampton's need written. In addition, a zoning Warren's proposal that the
each firm. S&P project and what amount .grant or code conforming to the new city council begin having an
manager Ralph Eng said his loan is available. land use map has been agenda. The proposal has
"guesstimate' of cost for a Hampton has continued to completed by NCFRPC and been made several times but
new water system for have problems with the 70 the Planning Committee and the council continues to nix
Hampton would be $350.000. year, old system since ac will be presented to the City the idea.
qH8 Eng said Hampton would be quiring' an. ,Council at its Feb.21 meeting. Turned down Councilman
I !? offered several alternativesafter Mary.ADeS s. id,4tl1rpump'sshaft In other action the Council: Warren's proposal, presentedfor
I the engineering study is was .Awarded the bid on a 2-ton the sec.nd time. 19 tempi!
made and the use of a used refurbished last weekend' before1! water GMCtrucIc to be used to haul residents Handover'and who
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water tank was a service was restored. City trash to Blount Pontiac of live solely on Social Security
; I possibility. council members have been Gainesville for 7331. payments from paying the
\ \ : 96 -7011 Eng. and representativesfrom the system themselves Blount's bid was second low city's $6 per month sewer
Diaz, Seckinger and as it breaks down. but the low bid of $7,314 fromI serve i*A char(*A Warren said; .
5iw'Sld) ; b' ; 1
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; Temple Ave : qualify, but other councilmen
"PlymOUlfi CHRYSL'E'R' DodgeJfUtks disputed him. Councilman
Wilbur Waters said he would
t Starke Fla. Mon Sat like to vote for such a move
but couldn't without knowing !
I how many residents are
affected and what money is
involved. Councilman Vernon
.. Silcox said he is In touch with
"" .
au.no.no ouu. CHRYSLER
f residents than
CONHOMATIOIV more anybody
else on the council in his job
as insurance agent. and said
he knows of no case where
people are on Social Security
with no other source of
income. The vote was 4-1.
F Gars GaloreMore l ----r To Celebrate George's Birthday, only proposal.Warren voting for his


Isot We Will Give J -Voted unanimously to

support prefiled Florida
Arriving k Senate Bill 231 which would
require legislation funding to

Daily .seasIr 10% Off Of otherwise include reject a funding local implementation."It's government'scould mechanism.

::1 something that has
been needed for a long time."
Any Items Sold By The
,, said Attorney George Piercein
''i proposing the city's

Ir'1 A Size And Style For All Families. a : Office Shop. 1 Ed] l been endorsement.vocal about Pierce state has

mandated programs with the::
funding left to local
,.. IEII Between 'Now And Feb. 22ndIf government.Set .
a public hearing for 7
111J..ji.tComeSeeOurNewCars.lr March 7 on the proposed
i; You Say You Saw Our Ad [t j jj closing p.m. portions of Martha.
Minnie and Maggie Streets In
Blocks 36. 46. and 48 of Johns

} We Have One To Fit Your Budget up Attorney Addition the to petition Pierce the City said for of he Starke.L.drew M.

f Gaines.
Received the audit reportfor
the 1976-77 fiscal'year from
WeAlsoHaveTrucks&VansEquipped Accountant Pat Farnsworth.
'f Mayor Epps asked council
members to study the report
and set the next meeting Feb. j
21. to discuss it. '
The ayYou'll Like It : ---, .<11'j \ -Studied the floor plan of the (.
J .-- -, --.4 new city hall with architect i'
Don Morgan and made a few j
minor changes. The proposed i;
r .1"I : new building will contain 7,385 I
Call Today For Any square feet and will be built ;
When You Need Service Or Parts I ..!' > just to the north of the present I
city hall facing Thompson ,
Street. !;
FarYaur Plymouth Chrysler' Of Your Office Supply Needs :


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Dodge : : r ,
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Elbert Freeman 45 YearsExperience t Off ic v Shop
b Pre-Columbian Indians .believed
& In Bill Royal 1 mat earthquakes were
p 964-5764 caused the
I by actor shakingthe
Wes Dumas Auto Sales I earth to SM if his handiwork
Sales manager t was still around The
Owners & Service : mIlD 110 W. Call SL Starfce. Fla. I C ---> #.. Indians" would shoot "HereI
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I Sure STARKE. ELEMENTARY NEWS 1 1ri T T ., c


am glad t see> the
Florida sun again but hope
this does not hurt our drive we /
are having on the Campbell
Soup labels. The labels still Some used to MV that a person -
seem to be coming In with / carrying' fern blossoms
everyone trying to be the se sows would find gold. rt

et ,",'Campbell soup winner for the t
et *week.

, The top* class winner for the RVELAENTUEOUCATIO
lan ''week Is Mrs.Cynthia Morton's
t i B a r %
kindergarten class with over l as --
if >J.100 labels. The following boys r Sao Cbwrf Kelly US Navy
a '
: and girls are the winners for Recruiting Station Stark
it !the week. Tawanda 1
Tyson 10AM. TM 2 P.M.
Mignon Carroll. Alton Young.. Campbell Soup label winners are back ! Alton Young Monday rtj, 'Pal
Marty Sellers, Richard Smith. Tawinda Tyson, Mignon Carroll Richie Barnes Kenneth Bradford Souar* /
-t Mitch Grey. Sean Starling llelken. Mitch Grey. Sean Starting and Marly Seller
s >.Kenneth Hciiten, John Crews ,. Front <(1-r/t> John Crews. Tins Wells Jason Daugh. Chris
,t ,",Richie Barnes Chris Douglas v Y Douglas and Richard Smith
vo
d ',Tina Wells Maria Thomas. a.
o II,,Abner Parr a more, Laura ,, r .
Crawford Kevin Sweat, AORN Meeting .1O
t Kimberly Casey, Deanna \ '
o 'j. .Tomlmson Dana Whitaker, "a t (
. LaTanya Tyson James Set For: Feb. 22
Ormond. Marcia Watterson Physical education SUr Students of the week are (l-ri) r '

r Audire Forsythe Tony Diggs, Barbara Motley! third grade! Kim Cogdill. firm grade and KITCHEN
, 'Daniel Duffy George Crews George Ricks, fourth grade. The Gainesville Area
- and Jason Dauge. McDonald' Valentine winners from Stark Elementary are Chapter Association of CABINETS
back l-ri Chad Mlxon Harold Chandler Roy Jackson. Operating Room Nurses Is
I Richard LeNeave* oj. having a monthly meeting
r I II Front (I-r): Katrina" McSpadden. Dana Bowen Karen Classes Continue,At Ag Center, Feb. 21 Wed., Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. at
II Larsen and Sandra Bowman. Absent were Eric Redding and Gainesville V.A. Hospital In BATHROOM r'lal! ; '
. Nb Karen Black. s! *. the Medical Information
, The first session or'the .," participant. Center first floor
room,
VANITIES
I "Parental Preparedness ''., With the cooperation of the Guest speaker. Miss Jeanne I ,
Classes" were held Tuesday Bradford County Library and Herrmann Assistant Chief, !!! o'
night at the Agriculture ,Dan Smith, Head Librarian Nursing Service for Educa
Center.A books pertaining to pregnancyand tine V.A. Hospital. Gainesville I
r babies were put on reserve will be speaking on the .-
nutrition series "Inside for participants of the latest information from the
My Mom" by the Nutritional class. Florida Board of Nurses concerning Come See Us ,
Foundation of the March of Continuing Education
Dimes was shown followed bya If anyone would like to Join requirements for nurses. This'Is For Your Cabinet Needs
discussion of nutrition and ( the class a make-up session a timely Issue and members
weight gain. Methods of child of the first class will be held. are encouraged to arrive
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birth were discussed Including Any new members are promptly at 7 p.m. VAUGHN -JOHNSON CO.
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a slide presentation of "The welcome to come Tuesday. The business meeting will

LaMaze Method." Discomforts February 2Jst at 7 p.m. at the follow Miss Herrmann's pre 140 S: Thompson St. Comer Of SR. 100 f
r '
y tMn of pregnancy and many Agricultural Center. For sentation.
other topics were discussed. A Information call Mary Yearta Registered Nurses associated 964. 7t 1 Open Sat. 9.3 Stark., Fla.QBIG .
t tI packet of educational !WM-62HO\), Extension 284. All with the cperatlng
I materials were given to each persons are welcome. room are cordially invited !


f son cawm.hrt '. S EJ-aGLE DAYS !

Mr. "K" Travis Kldd with .It tote"iMilM ,
Friday
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cheerleaders Kim Hampton. Students collecting the most Campbell Soup labels are back .. { '."_nM C Thursday ,
Terri Crawford and Patty (l-rt) Tony Dlggs. Audrle For.ythe.l\farcla Watlerson. Maria wbyt frk.S and Saturday %i
Baker Thomas and LaTanya Tyson.
,1 I
Middle row CI.rh Kevin Sweat. Abner Parramore. Dana r
a Our first grade participatedin Whltaker. Kimberly Casey. Laura Crawford and Deanna

the McDonald Valentine Tomllnson. .
contest that took place last Front (I-r): Daniel Duffy. George Crews and James Ormond. cut !

week at all the Elementary Every price
,1 1 schools in this area. The top Another letter person has THURSDAY: Sliced turkey
f>1 ten winners at Starke been added to the Kinder dressing and gravy mashedpotatoes
Elementary are Roy Jackson, gargen collection at Starke English peas fruit
i h Richard LeNeave Eric Elementary this week "Mr.K cocktail roll, cranberrysauce
Redding. Harold Chandler ," and his cheerleaders per milk
Chad Mixon Karen Larsen formed their "kicking" FRIDAY: ',;' peanut butter Just look at these fantastic Eagle values!
Karen Black Katrina routine for the entire kinder & jelly sandwich, i* bologna
McSpadden Sandra Bowman garten group. The children sandwich cheese with 1'POLYESTER
\ .1 Dana Bowen. From these ten'' were delighted with the presentation macaroni. green limas $6 HTH SLACKS FOR
a. winners McDonald's chose and learned the K strawberry shortcake, carrot 'I
two top winners from our sound. Mr. K is Travis Kidd stick. milk. REBATE e MEN VALUES
school. they were Richard son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry :: : 0' 111-111
LeNeave and Karen Black. Goodall and the cheerleadersare a r
y Congratulations, .boys and Kim Hampton.daughter of 5rrl B
huginlst.Jq.n ,Mn ,and Mrs. Bobby L. FLORIDA R I ,Ili .
: ... hysie.E4iwationn'star ,'"qflamp oa. ... T.errioLCrawford_ 'r ro o ,>
/, -studenN of the week are r"d u ht_. of' -MPI.l' encf>tMrs--;'' -THEA'TIE' ij. e"- ,- +t ;, r lMw M W. au NIy1 ICe% ",
follows Barbara Mosley is Larry Crawford and Patty .
/ : M
AW/!% M. vt.
"< our 3rd grade physical education Baker. daughter of Mr, and Call & Walnut TREEATTMEM1 { t < mlmU* to.5... Mtn,
'i r star-student of the week. Mrs. David Baker. Starke 064-6451 HOPSACK CASUAL! sass ui.m.w.1.

I She Is the daughter of Mrs. Mrs. McClelland's and Mrs. Fri Sat Sun s+oo ry/3a44" 'J
), Alice Mosley. Barbara Is In Long's' fifth grade class 1 'l 4ls4U1r \
would like to thank Mr. Charles Branson In
11 Mrs. Crawford's class.
MEN'S TWILL
T \
Mitchell at the local ..DRY CHLORINE' crap*totmt.In m.n>r-12.
r George Ricks is the 4th telephone IdIZL41I T9 LS w 'tN CAP

grade physical education star- office for giving us our new Gni( ..i ;1lt6UpFYTe If ffRIATMINT 22-CUL.GARBAGE CAN PRICg' ': 59.88 WON COOL '
student of the week. He is the "treasured" telephone direc- YNTDTOPRESAT

A, son of Mr and Mrs. G.W. tories. These phone books are WAil 97.... L1SaOLIN 6.00 f
wAa3 96 l r J 47HMpH
'i Ricks George Is.. ,in Mrs. being used in the Reading "" .
r Hoffman's class. Spelling English and ,Math .r.du.IMN.n. .w........ ...-. .1Io YOUR NIT 53.88
n Kim Cogdi is our 5th grade areas of our curriculum. The ACOUO..Pr1 tuej.mr" J _pl-.l|M...... Snap lid.0rasn wlb.c5Nd.COST q ,try .
,_. ... _
ti physical education star-stu- children are enjoying alphabetizing .c= ", d 1s

I dent of the week. She is thed. locating specific PLUS '..
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Information, identifying { ; tC tCI
I' Cogdill. Kim is in Mrs. punctuation marks listing Gene Hackman .''. :''j f
'i Adkinson's class. services and jobs and compu- In IdYE.1.OQ j
tation skills. "'" SUED!WALKABOUT* ( N
,
/t' Twe 1 1
The above class has &ANCm '. i
begunto
"March Or Die" \ ,
It i Obituariesr1 use the "Happy grams.". w 97 I a.

r1. these notes to parents send ------------ MOTOR. ', 4 MM so w. +gp rL bauasy I
messages of only positive reinforcements .alas.! Ten,m.n'..tit*7-1*
('. I'rlesler about each 301 DRIVE IN v I fSAYI2O 1 11 .,

child's progress during the 5AVf 21% IAVC 19% _

'fll''< Saturday.James C, Priester.Feb. II.72. died in week. They have also received FRI. & SAT NON-DITIRGENT OIL SELF-STICK VINYL 2-M(.HUDSON TISSUE Ilia iN y 0 J
frequent positive
i" La. responses was WAS .d1
Maringourn.
from parents on the use of 390
''11 i A native of Jessup Ga., Mr. 1
Priester was raised in Lake Happy grams. OlMIHy. 10."'.... by Oultl/ Lima PraMcta 1 d..t 1.. Easy is D.ubl. thick, dooM. soft In t .a I
r Butler and moved' from the MENU'MONDAY '. HIM quwt no imli. back tlil>.. tNglyl ia"wM .*Ml.mHara. dasNMNOaI Ib t roH paoft. '- IAVAW! -T

area in 1940. A Mason and a MEN'S DENIM JACKETS TOP MAKER SHORTS
Joe
: Sloppy on

''. dist member Church of the of Marlngourn.United Metho-he bun.beans,French>j orange fries, milk.string =,U6.88 ::'M4.44w.

was retired agent-operator( for TUESDAY: : Pizza tossed h SAVE ....... ."Ie.,..... __.... T_ .. .MM .herb. ...,-
.' the Texas and Pacific Railroad salad potatoe chips, apple MEN'S WORK SHOES snap cl..w..5.JdLXL. .... tabrte *0- a, sow.

'i Company. sauce, milk. I / '
I lid 13.94 -
r I S VALUEPLUSIl
Include a WEDNESDAY: > : Fish : +*
Survivors
Harriett Lardof portion. buttered grits Owiutn* OoodyMr vll, 1" yi t MEN'S KNIT
daughter Mrs. iMltMr ..7-1J.
cabbage slaw, pumpkin pie, pp.ce.u. Polo tN1RTt
Warren
Maringourn: a son. {
cornbread. milk VAILIJE !N SML.xl.
Priester of Houston. Texas: YALUEPLUlIf!!
7;
I if one brother. H.W Priester of is... BAMBOO HAMPERS STURDY NYLON Tonswu179 4 .96
Ft Pierce: three sisters Mrs. AN ADVENTURE STORYA SVLVANIA FLASH BAR J g t.I Z ra.c.Palc.
?, Clarice Adkins of Hampton. SUSPENSE STORY r2.99 : ;.3.88 IMd
Lyvia Coss of Seattle. \ ,'
s,' Mrs I M .. 11". IM', 1/.1N
M.NNw l7S11" r.* 0.151 SJII
Washington. and Mrs. Jewell ALOVESTORYPLUS T... (......._ Nash Shoe 74.71".,.,. ."......... 0..e! 10'.........""......., 5 1M; N 1
,j Morris of Macclenny: and six I I"Mil.'_'.......VWVHUMl N1M 11.51 ..........1__ 77.40.A1

grandchildren. 1lE N_ \ a'
YdLUEPSUBfDRYHEAT _
LEusf
Funeral services were held WICKERLAUNDRY
t' Monday. Feb. 13 in Wilson I 11"BATTERY VALUEPLUSI -' .. _

'. Funeral Chapel in Baton CURLING ON BASKET OPERATED LANTERN WOMENSSNEAKERS c.. 4 f d
Rouge. La. Burial followed in ULLISTEO 1 /.97 WIONTNA
Maringourn Cemetery. 4.88 I9 Di/C. 1,8 8 TIIFIM,t M "
1. Ask Disc.ract j2 talc; MEN'S LBgU Rt ;INKY; !
gsO.Nilt! WMM UPPW*.BOH-iHp
, b. r. ass wePnNa4B1V6
,
;MRS.! AMANDA: j Charley WASTEBASKETS

4f, BLACKBURN' 'VALUE PlLll r 11{ 17w".141 'VALUE PLUS! CeN.M n.. .. ha .....
1- E. a.4.".," 1s CONTINUOUS saSyasbeM '.aASA xL Dieannlct --
14.1/M" ,.
VEREADY9PK.C "?" FOOOINO S
W Mrs. Amanda W. Black- pld1.5M3.7.12 INSECTICIDE
b burn. 95. Law ley. died Friday Johns BATTERIES IACWI ; '1AVf I .,
SUN & MOM. ,
2.97 R
following
>f in the Bradford Hospital '
"A careless met can cause C WOMEN'S Qim.8'KNTT \
("t long illness. Mrs. <<
a {
.,.
... '
1/wanlw KNIT TOP*. POLYESTER
1" the widow 'off another to lose hIs w
Blackburn was person r. _
'" I SHIRTS* A SLACKS.-U
glullt ouPp ,
Mr Timothy Blackburn.Born ht..hl.! masculinity.auid d BLOUSES

in Bradford Count., result In a law suit for SAVf 1.0OSINUTAB 1 P 8 11. >
October li': 1882, Mrs. 1100.000 or more.- The YALUWl.Q PiloTs YALUEPLIIl1
burn had lived In this area usual SIO.OOO TABLETS SCUPOR SPORT/DUTY OWORO X11
personal r
AfV ; ursnu+ua
most of her lifetime.She was CLOCD-UP t f
f\ member of the Highland liability policy .is no longer 1 TOOTHPASTE 500 OFF IR/C! 3 8 "

I Baptist Church. adequate. Can the Charley FIVE* X40Z. M eu.NKxas N.UU tae.rmmm.,roCN al ++ '...... E Ef
t'I, Survivors Include one E. Johns Agency.Increase WAIl..., 9 yn 1r/eN N .d .i yl oye .r O'
me1194N. ,
I brother.Andrew.J. Wilkerson my ComprehensivePersonal AW&1WGMEJV ,'tl.lml'n, ron... tw..SOeuu. .Iar..M 0.M. ,
t of Lawtey: three sisters Mrs. Liability to.noo.OOO..even ; % WAa1.ae tiesu LAOW h
Celia Redding of Lawtey. Mrs. I .A V 1 .,,,
; $1.000,000 VICES POLYBSTEK BOLDPRINTHALTEMTOPS 1
CUSHIONED
Chesser of White- t '
Rebecca n. Ir"u II
JOHNSON'S COUGH .r .J i PULL ON K
dollars
few ;
for a morepumiumr
just L.-.In.w /CRtW.PR
[t. and Mrs Gladys / BMOttTS '
EASY
house OIL
DROP "...7 77 l fJ MEWS QIRL* SJMJL"
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Williams of Starke.' .oz. 1AK .ICTY 1.our I !i P $
., Funeral services for Mrs. 90'wa.Me R rya.I .P
E.JOII'iSAGENCY .
Charley
,. Blackburn were held Monday PLUS"Future 87 7a run,. N.. '
in the DeWitt C. Jones AiNIe DiQPR/CI waw'at7r"u! ""
Funeral Home Chapel with } ,- tllfANS S "-' I --1

Rev E.C. Harvey officiating. Lii f WALNUT $T STARKE Women" f AX.WtFAIVIt Reg, ,S ln 100'1 rKP.a.
Madison
Interment was InLong\ PHONE 864-5070 ( PRICES Iaxm IIIlut I I''fU. !

MaxvlUe.Branch Cemetery. near iCe f la./. /

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'SIGI Helps Students Explore .;' \ ', JLawtey's Campaign, Is QuietCampaigning ; I

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'Ifff. before closed Feb. The polls will open at city

Values Choose Occupation .', :,.'tr.." .. Lawtev tor t next la Tuesday'selection quiet In S. He is qualifying a newcomer to the hall at 7 am and dOle at 7 I
.1"t.J
... J, I: .' between Wayne political arena p.m .
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and Willie Strong for --I
May
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SICI Is not the name of a others, and lelsurv) putting a what financial aid .la \ !l'co" 'It", the city council seat vacatedby c
student at Bradford High weight on each. available, who to contact at ,4' 5Ni 1//:;; ,r; John Robertson who resigned -
School but a System of Interactive The computer will then givea what schools.Finally earlier this month.
Guidance and Information list of possible occupationsthat : the computer has. 4I
of the Feb. at
a computer: system that fit the values put In by the the user evaluate the risks and : : Winner election will serve out
: special
allows student explore his person using the computer.SIGI rewards In an occupation to -, J-7 the year remaining on Robert. j
own values and choose an will then compare: three help make a decision. sons unexpired term, then
occupation based on those occupations giving the disadvantages face running for re-election
values. and advantages of Dr. McFadden said the use r for a full two-year term in the
Presently being used by that occupation. It could: .of SIGI Is both useful and r regular election this
Bradford High School compare income, conditionsof enjoyable and allows a person December.
students, the computer Is part work, opportunities and to examine his own values and Massey, a veteran on total ,!
of the Starke Center of the outlook. examine any number of disability, served on the
Santa Fe Community College The computer then occupations based on those Lawtey council in 1963-44. He '
opened at the high school In examines the present level of valuea. At any time a personcan first ran for election in 1961
January education of the person on the change his values which but was beaten by one vote by
Part of a pilot study begunin computer and predicts how might change the occupations: the late Milo Smith. In 1903
1974 for four community: the user would do In college available. The computer: will Massey ran again defeating
colleges and one four year courses for that occupation. tell a student why an occupation Smith. Massey ran again in
college In the nation for large Next the computer will givea he might be interested In 1963 along with Bryant
scale testing use of the com-: list, that can be printed out, Is not listed because of a particular Reddish but the two Incumbents
puter Is supported at Santa Fe of the schools in Florida, value possibly rated too ,were defeated by 3.nr
by the National Science Georgia and Alabama for high. Gene Pearson and Buster
Foundation under a grant by training or a degree program The computer la updated Bennett _
. the Carnegie Foundation.The for that occupation. The each year for Job descriptionsand Strong a brick mason and Ihrrest
computer Is available to computer will tell you what definitions and what contractor, qualified the day Cindy Canova and Joey
anyone In Bradford County by courses are offered at SantaFe education and training are
signing up for use. SIGI, a towards that occupation available
Delta Data Systems ..itnnn
computer i Is hooked by telephone Census Bureau To Take Dr. Bernard McFadden with! education aides Teresa Hobbs
lines from Southern and Margaret Smith read a message on SIGI Santa Fe "r'' ,
Bell and Continental Telephone Community College's computer system that helps a person t goy
to the main campus In HereLocal explore Ms own values .la choosing an occupation. Yt
Gainesville.The Employment Survey SIGI. located: at Santa Fe's 8Urke campus In Bradford High
Starke line provides a School, Is hooked by telephone lines to the mala campus In

direct link by computer: to the representatives of the confidential by law and the results Gainesville. .r t'r

main campus, which has four u.s. Bureau of the Census will are used only.to compile: '
terminals that can be utilized. conduct a of employment statistical totals.Interviewers .
Presently Santa Fe, throughDr. in this survey area during the who will visit Elected Pres.
Bernard McFadden, coordinator week of Feb. 20-25, Thomas W householers In this area Include Balkhom
of the Santa Fe McWhirter, Director of theBureau' : Mrs. Norma Foray.

Starke Center, and education Regional Office in New Survey To ProducersJames
aides Margaret Smith and Atlanta, announced today. Of B-U Swine

Teresa Hobbs are schedulinghigh The survey is conducted Update Farm Costa ,
school students to use the
monthly for the U.S. Department
computer. Anyone else interested Enterprises for the grand
Balkcom farmer
of Labor using a a
In 1976 U.S. farmers paid
should call the Santa James
champion Balkcom
;
scientifically designed sampleof and swine producer who liveson
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out over$89 billion to produce Y
Fe Center 9645382. the trophy .for the reserve
of
In the edge
70ooo
SR-loo
and
approximately livestock poultry.
Once a person Is assigned a households throughout the' The crops report, Issued by the U S. Bradford County but who has champion; and James Dawn Dewitt and .'hll June .
that
the
number Stalnaker
on computer the Showmanshipaward
United States. Employmentand Lake Butler address, was
01'Agricultureand a Show
number enables that person to unemployment statistics Department the Florida Crop and elected president of the Drama. Club Holds First Talent
back to the computer at
other go times and pick up where based on results of this survey Livestock Reporting Service, Bradford-Union' Swine Fair schedule for the Swine ------ The BUS Drama Club pre- Tommie Steele and Cheryl

they left off In the series or go are used to provide a con- ,noted that the expenditure Producers Association last entries-is as follows: Tuesday, Kevin Ned sings from sented a Valentine Varieties Boyette engaged In a singing
back and ask for specific tinuing measure of the averaged more than $32,000 Thursday. Feb. 2, at HomerHart's 6-8 p.m., March 28, Weigh In Marriage of Figaro." talent show Tuesday with four duct and Denise Revel
Information. Any informationthat economic health of the Nation. per farm, nationally. Feed Store. and Grading: Wednesday. winners receiving cash prizes. Joanne Hall Denise' Cobb.

Is a list or a summary For example, in Decemberthe The major expenditure was James Stalnaker of Brooker 7:30: p.m.. March 29, Swine Joey Herres and Cindy Wanda Chandler Johnny Boe-
may be printed on the accom- survey Indicated that of for feed, which accounted: : for elected vice-president, .Show; and Thursday, 7:30: Softball Canova received $20 for their well and Lara Smith :performed
panying Texas Instrument the 989 million men and over .$14 billion; next came was Black who lives on SR. p.m., March 30, Swine Sale. MeetingSet piano duet. Melvin al The Soul Seekers\ .
printout..This information can women in the US civilian rent at $8.1 billion; followedby Skippy elected Perkins and his twirling Helping behind the scenes
be studied away from the labor force, 92.6 million were wages at $7.4 billion; fer- 100 west Billy was Melson of James Balkcom stated that For Feb. 23 routine took second place, were Mike Akrldge. Denny
computer and can be taken to employed. The Nation'sunemployment tilizer, lime and soil condi- secretary. elected treasurer. i "support from' buyers of winning $15 George.Chub Johnson Chuck
a counselor to help determine rate was 6.4 tioners at $7.2 billion; and Starke Balkcom was succeeds Lloyd market hogs would Vivian Bell, Sheryl Berry Hudson Beth Starner.;Sherra
occupations available basedon percent compared with 6.9 purchases of livestock and preciated and Is certain and Andrea Jenkins won $10 Molt and Barbara
the values put into the percent in October. This was poultry at $7.1 billion. Douglas as president.The needed." There has been 45 There.will' be, a softball for being third place) with their Benckowsky Pat Crawfordand
computer.A the lowest unemployment rate Richard P, Small of the Swine Association Is head of hogs entered In the meeting for the men's and Singing Trio. Faye Bayleswon Mike Kicks operated the
person using the recorded since the fall of 1974. Florida Crop and Livestock for the Fair by 4-H and FFA mem- women s City and Church fourth place for her flute lights. Faculty' members
computer is asked to rate 10 Information supplied by Reporting Service points out very busy preparing Fair to be bers. They need en- leagues Thursday, Feb 23 at 8p solo. She received $5. assisting were Billy ,Mcltao
Bradford County
values about work (as high Individuals participating in that farm production outlays the end of March. couragement and support of .m. at the old Armory. Kevin Neel also participated and John Whalen
held at
Income, prestige, helping the survey is kept strictly need to be closely watched if the adults around them. The meeting.Involves rule In the show with an h Horace Griffin was Mahler
there is to be a reliable Committees for the Fair Any donations for 4-H or changes and board recom- aria from "Marriage of of Ceremonies.
\ measure of farmers' well FFA for the Swine Show, mendations. Managers and Figaro" George Holliday. This Is the first talent how
----ti--rr Thursday
- - were also appointed
f rj I being compared with other evening as follows: Program would help considerably team representatives are re- Mike Wallace. John' Powell sponsored by the Drama Club
I groups in the Nation's Chrmit: James Stalnaker; Contact Homer Hart at quested to alien"V and Chuck Hudson and Guy under the direction at ,,Sully
j i I economy.. Finance Committee: Wayne' Moonlight Enterprises. Logan DeSue were drummers HonwnH11S English/ teacher,
i r..est'one I Small s office will Interview Melson of Brad" Fink at the County Extension "Don't for Paula Carter performed a Judges for the show .wereUlchard
Billy,
SaPP 1 you marry money
.
: I a cross section of Florida fordo, and Doyle Varnes andj I office, or any member..of. the but go where the money 'It." piano solo and Dawn Dewktt Jockel. Dcbt\>Us Wood-
and .
farmers during February and Phil Jones did a putter fin and While' ..... Hnn49tpbt.
-j: carefree-I fo*Maretr-Mt determine+'ra nMUttiwkt 1m farm. '.i''Ruln..r'' le VaMeckSweat ; ,oSwioe.Juoc1.atlolb T'These men-onraho"Selling\ \ i_: !_ Alfred Lord Twrnycon ''duef.7-" ""...i"l': "" m.k. ....''''-:,''- ..,.. j

survey to and Henry Williams; tickets-. for $1 each with a
I production expenditures. Record books: Jerry freezer hog being the prize. ELEMENTARY NEWSand I
Along with questions concerning Whitehead; Weigh In: Henry The drawing will take place at SOUTHSIDE

: car care !I outlays for and equipment other Williams.) G.L. Clyatt and _thecloee of the Fair April 1st.

I and services needs, other Mack Sweat; Barn: James You do not have to be present Tuesday Laura Boyles and Mrs. Maria Mrs: CJlr"fC'Jark'S room:
Swine to Remember:
Stalnaker, Chrmn. to win. Date
farmers ; Townsend and Michael
w. put all estimates mwriting W. return worn peru I I will be asked about Supervisor: James Stalnaker; Mack Sweat, Chairman of ,Feb.21, Is the next Title I Kopelousus! In first grade.On Troy from Mrs Ernest inoThompklnn
for Early
I And do only-the I11f1! for your inspection, then their marketing practices Resale: Jumes Balkcom; the Membership Committee, Reading Program Parent'sAdvisory February 17 there will
7
work you authorize. .r back the whole job in I I selected items Including: cattle Membership: Mack Sweat 'urges anyone interested in Meeting set at 7 p.m be an Invitational speed ball und !Mrs. Thl'lrnaKnight's
writing and eggs. Farmers' responseswill hogs to please attend the In the Southside School cafe- tournament at Lawtey beginning / i Im: I'herl Fowler
I I be confidential and only Chrmn be about 9 a.m. The KoKulino I mon an4lonat'"!
,Swine Association. Dues are teria. Nursery care will
and national summaries Trophies. will be purchasedby following fourth and fifth Thornton I .n Mrs Sandra
I State will be published. Homer Hart of Moonlight $10 yearly. provided for pre-school grade students from Soulrmlde lJunt' n'. ram: 'Traicj
All Interested South-
Rowan and Portia from
!I -- side parents are Invited to will participate: Pam toy
attend this meeting. Proctor, Melame Wood. Linda Miss Ph>His Goldberg room.
who has extra
Southslde School Is shortly DeWitt Wendy McDougald. Anyone or
This OIL Pius I all-out drive Delores Williams, Charlie outgrown children clothing
LUBE. going to begin an
I Week for school volunteers. Anyone Pelham, Herbie Cooper Jim they would like,lo contribute

I Only! FILTER I who wants to volunteer in any Nguyen Andy Nguyen, to nerdy children through
call Dewey ,Raymond White. Harry
II I II capacity please at the Warren. Howard Starling and grademay/ bring them to tIM-
COUPON EXPIRES Feb.. 22 McKinney principal
School Hoard Offices
I office, number 964.5586. Threes Perry. on
school
Our Hulornotivv pnwbritntv will lu- Temple Avcnueand give themto
$68'8 dismissal of
afternoon
your car'erhnasia.drafn I The !Mrs Santangini to
Andy or
Cindy
congratulate
I much We
old l oil. und add up u> tiv* students Is going
Southhido School and
install Most cars that non-bus Nguyen who has been Rive
< UurtH of new oil. pluii I III smoother now
|
U them toIrs: I Delia .
new oil liltvr. students are being dismissed promoted to Mrs. Donna Cole.
of fifth grade room (Contribution 'Mill. be
Lsirs.tn..ara.tn.--real-tort. )I later. The cooperation Hartley's
.. parents for picking up Andy has worked hard this welcomed
students after the last busses year to master his subjectsand Is pleasedto
The very
ALIGNMENT library
FRONT END and his hard
the language
leave Is much appreciated have a rock collection in our
The front end .xprimliHl. at Kirvxlonv will wt iimlvr' Soul hlilde first graders have work has paid off display case This collection
iiinilxT std liw-in, to nwnuliii urvr'M onxinal HHIH. entered the McDonald's New SafelY Patrol members, UIH! presented to SouthsideLibrary
valentine contest. The have been chosen to serve byMr.
ago
many years
be displayed at from now until the end of the
.. valentines will :MalcoimSandersand it isquite'
McDonald's In Starke and a school: year. Congratulations valuable consisting\ of
...>" hi winner will\ be chosen by to Ada Griffis and Stefan uKati/inl( coral and! holl.
Claudetle't'eterson
:"( '..:. $1 OS'S them. One boy and one girl Wheeler from Miss quartz. fossilized I. xholN.KeralcM. ,
JoAnnTyson's
it.. f American with (their parent will receivea and Miss petrified bone and n
.
J 'C ., Krika: Gruen
r. McDonald'son room;
\. CaNo '- free supper at tooth from a prrhistorlf
!Mrs Iva
from
,.I .. February 14 and Jay Hayes Shaun animal! His always treat for
We are to report that Jean Harrell's room: this.
sorry: the children to see
extfJ charge (or car. with; factory air or tomon bars earn Mrs. Hazel Williams has had Hitch and Raymond White beautiful and unusual array of
Purls entru" "if neededENGINE of absence due from Mrs. Donna Hartleysroom
i to take a leave rmks.Also displaced Is a shellcollection
and Shon
to illness In her family Mrs. ; Lacy Harvey of Robbie Uoone.
Leola Roberts will be substituting Davis from,Mrs. Willie Mae fifth grader in Mrs. Duncan'nroom

1 0 TUNE-UP interest for M,.. Williams until Randolph Whitehead from room Mrs: ElaineWood's Daren Among the shells are a
her return. small leopard chonCh and u
Miss Shirley
and
Southoide welcomes Ms. conch.So .
spine
Martha Shaw from Gainesville Johnson's room: Stephanie famous people
Ie $24 88 ", '- who is doing her Thornton and James! Harris were born many February and so
assistant teaching with Mrs from Mrs Mildred Harper taken
Only 6-cyl many events have placeIn
r Y :
American Cars : ": our history The library has
1" \. a February Game for the
; Well install new resistor l for -T,".! children to match the person
l plugs. ignition points and condenser even NOTICEThe and or event on the calendarof
: adjust carburetor set February The students are
|H>int dwell and timing: test battery also helping decorate our

KUitroiiio: and charging ignition turn aymU-m$-1 and lens .in. .[>fi't V-8'a pnrt. nnd ." {, City Of Starke Is Accepting valentines"Valentine they Tree"have with made,small in

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their moms .

some nir DELUXE i-onditioiu-d CHAMPION raw extra. one day I ,\. ;,p:(; Applications Until March 20,1978 LUNCH: )MENU


f. ,, ,- For The
Cord, Following: MONDAY: :'; :: Feb. 20 -

Polyester Even if you draw out on Tuesday the money you put hamburger, lettuce, tomato,

t' :f in on Monday-you earn Interest for the one day Its been pickle. French fries. applesauce
: ,,,', 1 Experienced Mechanic Automobile;Pickups milk.
on deposit here! If your financial institution doesn t Feb. 21 -
TUESDAY'
:, $1995 pay 'day-in 10 day-out interest;let us transfer your savings -:;.," >"'e And Up To 2%' Ton Tracks. Hydraulic Systems hamburger gravy, mashed

tor you. W61t. lake tare of it fret. and you'i ri '' potatoes, green beans apple
t" t'J J J 1 ; start earning more interest immediately. '. I $ And Some Diesel Experience' Required. crisp, hot rolls, milk.WEDNESDAY .
.. ,
"1.>;,\ '. ,j r:,.' : : Feb. 23 '
rIT mid Maintain City Vehicles At The City Garage. Five
Other sizes and ....I.or.. .>_.,. ,thicken and noodles half

low hiuwall.pric.d tool 1 f--A- e',.' IHI"e''." -.". 1 t ,Guaranty, .. Day Work Week, Fringe Benefits, Pension Plan. peanut buttered peas& jelly, grape sandwich fruit and

STARK CERTIFIED iSLIC II Federal "r Salary Negotiable Qualified Mechanics Only orange THURSDAY sections: milk.Feb 23 ,-

CHARGE __.-- Savings & Loan Association >v, Reply. Send Resume To City Clerk, P.0. Drawer sausage, rice tomato gravy.

_____ of OalnMvllleSTARKEJ ; field peas chocolate: pudding,
MECHANIC ,C. Starke, Fla. 32091 Phone 984-5027 cheese biscuits; milk
FIRESTONE F'RDAY.4o.:: 24 beans
395 W. Madison Merrill Edwards and wrlners. ,steamed cabbage

us 30' N Starke Fla. 'ON DUTY ; ,cherry") cake. cobbler
'all" ale City Clerk'
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TELEGRAPH Feb.K. l 111


I 1978 Baseball Begins Monday Wit]ti Home Game Against- Lake.1.7. ButlerHitting I


potential of the 1978 BHS BASE.BALL SCHEDULE
-Jr. Schooling, freshman;
I Just two starters are returning first base for the coming has stepped In and won the .mnjJ base. nine is average! says Coach OPPONENT PLACE I TIME !
base. ;
to a young, season and has found himself starting job at second -Kicky Browder sopho- Hartley Overall team speed DATE DAY (3 Ir;:; tit
Coach Hartley Clark has shown a lot of poisein outfield will be a definite asset. The 4.00
inexperienced Bradford High a home there, nore. ,third !base; Butler St.rk.
Coach Lake
practice thus far. must hit be able Tu... Y 1:00A
.baseball team which opens its says. team strikes F.b 21 Ea.t.lde ,
also
: good steady Hartley says. Clark is bunt,hit and run,and to Thura. Ea.ttlde
197 season next Tuesday "We expect a the -Duane Strickland, freshman to run Feb 2' I
: Feb. 21; at 4 p.m. with a home game from Doug," says expected to be used on shortstop. bases smartly to win. the Tournament ............................
against Union High of Coach Hartley. mound. speed and Duane Sea rl sophomore, conch added. .....................5 Palatka Round Robin
erne Butler. -Kevin Tlllman a junior "He has good outfielder. Team fielding must come Palatka /i001 I ; -
There are no seniors on the and reserve outfielder last could be"a pleasant surprise at. -Eddie McGee, freshman through for 0 good year. Hart- F.b. 27 Mall. Santa F.Forr..t P.tatka ':00",.:, ..
197B BUS hlne. The two returning !season, will start In the outfield the plat, says Coach Hartley.Bill outfield. ley says but adds it Is difficult Mar 1 Wed Ocala pa..tkl. ':Oo -"
this and might Coodge a freshman. for the to make a prediction now. Mar 2 Thun. Palatlla ':00
Analyzing : Palatlla
starters are: Dinky year prospects "
I in the Is another newcomer from There is no experience on Mar. 3 Frl St. Augustine ......................: I
the best arm baseball Coach .........
I Kllby a Junior a two-year display is 1978 team. .......................
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letterman and the starting outfield says Coach Hartley. whom Coach Hartley Hartley states: the mound. Key for the ......................... Pilltlia 7:10'Mar. :
short stop. Kllby hit .233 lastseason Tillman will also be called onto expecting big things. Goodge "We have very little pitchers Is control. Hartleysays. Mar. 7 Toes. Patatka S'arke 4100
will I be sharing catching duties ."Wt must not IS Fri. St. Augu.tln. 7130
was second In runebattedln do a lot of pitching "wherewe experience. Therefore we put peopleon Santa FI
\ enDI'I) with 13 and will come throughin with Northrup. to must mature quickly if we are base ourselves." Mar. 13 ,Mon. S.n/a FI Starke 7.30
away added. Goodge will also be trying "We hope the people of Mar. 11 TUetI Pilltlia Starkl' 4:00
second In stolen bases with S. Hartley going to turn things around Hllghts
At shortstop Kilby Is quick -Pat Mundorff, a junior strengthen the BIIS pitching. from last year's disappointing Bradford County will come. Mar 17 Fri. Keystone Starke 4:00
and has good range. and reserve outfield last year. staff. "Bill Is very deceptive.He 5-13 record. out and support us," Coach Mar, 2' Tu" Lake City Lakl City 4:00
Coach Mike Hartley is will play in the outfield and could"be another pleasant "Even though the team Is Hartley says Mar II Thurs. Lake City Heights Keystone .7:10:
depending on Kilby to do a lot alas take a turn on the mound. surprise Coach Hartley young it contains some good "We play a good schedulethat Mar. 24 Frt. Buchholz Keystone Stlrke 7:30
of pitching although Kilby "Pat could be a big plus to says.More to look for potential. The young players Includes fine competition.You Mar. 27 Mon. St. Augultlne Augu.tln. 7:30
new names will good high school Mar, JO Thurl. 7130
has no experience on the our pitching staff espelcallysince are going to be the key. If they see Santa FI Starkl :
nine :
are
left- on the young BUS baseball played and see future Apr 3 Mon 1:00 .
mount in high school. But he will be our Only can handle high school base Co. Stark
Kllby would be effective on handed pitcher. It will enable -Mark Williams freshman ball pressures we are going to ball players that might ad- Apr a Sit. Clay Buchholz Buchholz 7:30
the mount with good control us to do a little juggling in outfield third base. surprise a lot of people. vance to higher levels of base Apr 17 Mall. Easisid Starkl 1:00Apr.
certain situations something ; is to be ball. Apr I' Wed. Green Cove 7:30
Coach Hartley says. Jeffery Mike Williams sopho "This team going Clay Co.
Norman also a junior and a we have not been able to do: outfield, shortstop governed by 8''lot a mental We need you. and greatly 2' Fri. Lake Butler Lake Butler 7:30
more
; TUI.
two-year letterman, hit .259 the coach says -John Collingsworth, attitude. At this point as a appreciate all the support you AIIr. IS
secondon Mike Jackson a heading )J" the have given us in the past and
last year. Norman was freshman outfield, third team, we are "
\. the\ team in base hits with sophomore and reserve shortstop base. ; right direction." will give us In the future.
14 and second In r fielding, last season, has moved to With PlayOffsLakers I
committing only three errors the outfield where he is Recreation U pt. Ends Basketbal 1 Season

all season. Norman plays the looking real good. Jacksonwill It was a close score
i exhibits also be at shortstop when with 11 points. This of 9-3.
he a
outfield\ where NICKS'30.LAKER929In the game but
the
of 54-36. went to throughout
with a score: Second place
strong arm. But he also playa Kilby Is on the mound"I season game made the Lakers and Jackson led his team
SENIOR BOYS remained fairly' with record of H. followed Shawn
Nets a
Mike will be one of The game for
think third
second base and does a good "down to the Nicks tie for place the Nets
the first half, an exciting the Rockets: who (Jazz)victory: over
throughout by
the double play. the most consistent hitters on Winner of the Senior Boys close Nicks the season. (NO play-off).
job turning We but the Celtics came alive in final second game the took third place with a recordof with a total score of 25-22, in
are
Coach Hartley says."We're the team this year. basketball game, sponsoredby defeated the Lakers 30-29.The FRY of the
SMALL
looking forward to looking for him to really helpus the Starke Recreation the second half to win by a see-sawed back and 6-5. Fourth place went to the the final regular game

Norman having a goodyear at this year" Couch Hartley Department. was the Nuggets large margin.scorer for the game forth during all four quarters. First place winning team The Bullets with ended a record with of the 210.All- season.High scorer for Jazz was
Leading season
the plate to really help us," says, with a record of 92. Scot Hudson with Leading scorers for the Nicks for the Small Fry basketball that were playedon Shawn Jackson with a total of
I Coach Hartley. Newcomers expected to be Second place team was the Celtics was Larry Long and Daren games, sponsored by the Star games all but 4 points ofJazz's
says this For the Hawks, were Wednesday, Feb. 8. 21 points (
nine of points
the starting record 20
Reserves on last year's 5-13 on Trail Blazers with a (chandler with a total of 8 Starke Recreation Department final score)
totalof
nine Coach Harltey Is looking !season Include: 7-4, followed by the Cavaliers Emmett Watkins had a \points blaine Dval led the was Jazz with a record Jazz 23.Nets22
M for to fill In as starters this -Keith Northrup, a junior with a record of 4-7 for third 16 points.
f season include: and a newcomer to Bradford place. Fourth place went to ,
-Marcus Cruce, a junior, High has really been a the Warriors with a record of
and reserve! third baseman pleasant surprise thus far 29. The season came to a SAVINGS ON THIS-
last season. Cruce will start at says Coach Hartley Northrupwill close with the All-Star game xSPECIAL ;
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Hopefully Marcus will help Tornado nine"Northrop's first half and the Cavaliers A A .::::: TEASPOONDINNER PKQ. OF 2/79
some of the offensive hitting could be holding a point lead the ? "' "" :
carry ;g; FORK PKO.OF 2/79C
looking for DINNER
weight this year the spark we are Trail Blazers finally took ___
Doug Reddish a junior. this year." Coach Hartley control In the fourth quarter to BUPERMARI/ETB IL. t KNIFE .....OF 2/79C
and reserve second basemanlast gays win with a score of 59-51, for ::::;:
season has been moved to -Kenny Clark a freshman. the final game of the season. / tt AT'rOOB I AIRS :!: .: SOUP SPOON PRO. OF 27WPKQ.
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High went 50-37 by Union High carry over Into the District Starke Recreational Depart MACARONI9t1a
in their final regular season Tournament next week. ment, was the Celtics with a HALF GALLON
game last Thursday Feb. 9. The girls ended their record of 14-1 & CHEESE
before the BHS student body regular/ season with a 2-14 Second place went to the .
Frances loltrane led BUS record. Hawks with a record of 10-5.
scoring with 14 points; Judy followed by the Lakers and DINNER
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Betty Hudson had 8 points and > f is 1 It >' place, since both teams had a PKG. '

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InNs' Cagers Win Three Bring: 'cord To 14-8 \ 4 w



Winning three straight before High team Tuesday on the .._ aoHta J-4.14 1_._ till With 1:19: left In the game ..HI. .I II II II Ie points Ben Ross cam mi with 1 1a
.... .. and .u. 11. 4 H 4-41 13 points and to lead BIB rebounding -
home town fans this past way to a 59-42 win. .WMt. McCllllMftl ) JMNM BHS had a five point lead
weekend. Bradford high It was the 10th BUS win In TMM 14.41. blew it. ails-) AMrMn' "Mi Mornpto I 4V with 10. Freddie Ili,
basketballers Improved their the last 12 games The two 011844-VOILES 42 "If we could have shot free 4. NIK* '!.!, It. cimmMw. !... D. Aldridge added 12 points.
record to H-8, including a 48- losses during that period were throws in the regulation gamewe CumntMn. Tol...4 17 l..'''. _..''h,$44. RoM 1 4.M. Roland Cummings scored andDwayne t f ft

42 overtime win Saturday by one point to Eastside and Ben Ross hit the first big would have won," said **,oivtwi 1444.fell 14, JMM 4*., Cummings
night against Jacksonville two points to Bishop Kenny. basket to put Coach Adkinson. "We missed Put. .4-4,CroMort.:3.1-4.I,Horrll..,...*, points each. t
Bolles. Bradford eager led all the up 40-38 to open the overtime 10 foul shots in the ballgame. fun l-..I, Do.l.|.n. retail. '.! ,.... Paced by Hampton who ,

The Tornado five ran away way Tuesday night in the face period an Advantage which U we had made half of the one Bolles started the game could hardly outscored miss SA, 24-12 the

from St. Augustine 73-31 last of rough agresslve play by Coach Warney Adkinson said and one's that would have with its usual slow deliberate Tornadoes 1 Friday night and eased 50-42 the smaller Wildcats. Baker prevented Bolles from getting been possible five points and offense and a 2-1-2 zone In the second quarter 19-11, in the ) ,
and
by a smaller Baker High team played minus its big man, .-:SHay ahead and freezing the we could have taken the game defense like Bradford High. the third -

Tuesday night. Charles Smith who was basketball and helped BUS to without going into overtime. But the Bulldog five came out fourth.Bradford fans hand
There is no way now that the absent because of a death In a 48-42 win here. Saturday "We got behind by shooting of the slow game when BITS basket was
Tornado five can have a losing his family. Baker was 10-11 night. poorly.missing foul shots and began to catch up. Bolles wentto every scored. time They a called on M

record Coach Warney after the game Chris King walked up to the not rebounding Adkinson a man to man In the fourth David Walker to dunk
Adkinson pointed out Wednes Kenny Hampton and foul shooting line and added. BHS had but two rebounds period which Adkinson thinks center Walker could never
day morning. Only three home Freddie a paced the bucketed both ends of a one in the first period lie helped BHS. one. but he
games remain before the dis- Tornado attack, Hampton and one situation early in the pointed out. A new bright spot Greg Harris of Bolles was get In a position although Coach

trict tournament next weekend scored a game high 15 points overtime to put BUS up four this past weekend was Ben high point man for the game tried repeatedly.took Walker
Adkinson finally
Friday and and had 8 assists. Aldridge 4238. Ross who turned his basketball -
Saturday, points with 17. Harris sunk 13 free end the show but fans c-
to :
Feb. 24-25. scored 14 points and had S rebounds With that cushion the season around with two throws, nine straight. out "We want David!"
The Tornadoes travel to despite being hit In usually deliberate Bolles five double figure games. chanted _
the BHS team
Ocala Forest tonight the eye and playing half sick. was forced to play basketball "Roes did a good Job this BUS 73-Ii\! 31 Everybody and on the subs con _
(Thursday Feb. 16> In a game David Walker and Ben Ross with the Tornadoes. The Big weekend." sate i Coach played,
rescheduled from Saturday added 10 points each to put Red caught Bolles sleeping Adkinson. Against Bolles the Tornado cagers ran away tinued to pile up the points.

because of a Valentine danceat four BUS In double twice in the overtime for fast substitute wing man scored 16 from St Augustine 73-31 last
Forest. Friday night the figures and give a balanced break baskets which delighted points hitting 6 of 11 from the Friday night, Feb. 10,before a *Oils 1 II H 14 1 I*ii ItA -n5141ANrlao.4.541. .11
BUS five travels to Santa Fe attack. the hometown Bradford fans. field and 6 of 7 from the free gym full of happy howling
for a return engagement witha Walker grabbed 13 reboundsto "Kenny (Hampton) looked throw line.Freddie Bradford fans."Defensively. MmtpMii M-II
and football Aldridge turned in Sins .*.. .. c mmMM 154, O.Cummlnf .:
team they've beaten twice lead in that department 'like a halfback we played a .1-!.*, WMMr, ... 5..4.5IS
but which Coach Adkinson had five assists. Ross shot In throwing to a wide receiver. his usual outstanding performance good ballgume," said Coach ,M.r...!.....Cirtw 1-+..TXII*...!. Kenny Hampton drives the baseline In the Baker game
figures will give BHS troubleon double figures for the third Freddie bounced it once and for BHS scoring 15 Adkinson. n. Tuesday alght.He led the Tornado attack with IS point and bad
the Red Raiders' home ,straight from his wing laid it in," said Coach points to be the only other I'. AWMIlM JllHl'MH 1414.
game double BUS led 12-8 after the first H...........9-4.ai arMin lt.hied.r I- I a..1....
field In
court. position hitting on 5 of 7 Adkinson. BHS outscored Tornado eager period in a slow start that .-.. KIlMrt' J-l-4. T.,... "Ul..
Next Monday Feb. 20, BUS goal attempts. Bolles 10-4 In the overtime to figures against Bolles. looked nothing like the run-
plays its final regular season BUS hit on 26 of 47 field goal take the win and run its recordto BHS was 17 of 43, or 37 away the game was to I
game against Union High In a attempts 55 per cent. The 13-8, best so far this season. percent from the" field.said become. St. Augustine could JV Cagers Build 10-8. Record I
I p.m. contest to be played before BUS free throw percentage BHS was down 11-7 after the "That's ridiculous, not penetrate the Bradford 2-
the Bradford High was less 47 per cent on 7 of 13 first period and down 21-11 at Coach Adkinson. Bolles hit 16 1-2 zone and had to shoot
student body. A JV game will shots. the half. But BHS outscored of 20 foul shots, an 80 percent almost always from the A surging junior varsity "We played sloppy banketball llollis played probably the
follow the varsity contest Bolles 11-6 In the third periodto performance. BHS hit 14 of 24, outside basketball team from Brad-- the first half but we best ball game he's played,
atilt, U 14 II 'I.Ie draw within one 27-26 and or 58 percent of Its foul shots. Guard Kenny Hampton hot ford High built itself a winning scored 42 points In the second said Coach Hancock The little
BUS 59-Maker 42 .oliori I II 1'1.4a outscored Bolles by one in the Roland Cummings led BUS handed Friday night pacedthe 10-8( record with three straight half" Hancock pointed out. ball handler scored 13 ofBradford's I
Sill. A.dIII.I-'I.. Hampton 4-MI. tie the rebounding with 6. Ben Ross while Curtis Shell's 24 points and 17 points in the
to
The Tornadoes toyed with a it. Cummlngft' I.04 O. Cummtnvi' M,.. fourth period game Tornado attack with 22 wins this past week
smaller but aggressive Baker ROll 110. Wollior' *4-1.I*. Totllt' !4->.|.. 38-38 at the final whistle. had 4. running their win streak to 10 rebounds was the top BHS first period. He was 8 of 10,80performance
for thethrows
the field
against Baker. cent, from
per
seven Getting m a untracked row. in. Ute rreoaie! Unlit* hiirltptoit IR; niahi IllglU.and hits of v. s fnw.. ,

second period here Tuesday points and had 8 rebounds. HO per cent again.:
night the JV five'won 02-40 Frazier Bass scored 10 points Kevin Miller played the
STAINLESS STEEL FLATWARE. over visiting Baker High In and had i rebounds while game after being expected to
/ ,. pNe I sweeping all three games over hitting s for 10 from the field. sit it out with a sprained ankle
FROM i'-. the week the JV Tornadoeshad Hollis was 9 for 18 from the he hurt Friday night in the St.
c"t
Now for an amazing low prlc you can own a collection of famous EKCOETERNA / A A to work Friday night but field and Shell 11 for 24 The Augustine game,but two days
EKCOEIERNA talnlat tttal flatware. Each ploc. reflects tho took a 40-40 win over St. Tornado five shot 43 per cent of treating the ankle plus a

fastidious attention to dele, flnlih end manufacture required uNT4 CIM4 a Augustine and easily downed from the field hitting 28 of 64 tape Job brought Miller
to produc.fine tableware. graceful enough for guest table SUPERMARKETS Bolles 74-54 Saturday nleht. shots. around. The 6-3 sophomore
This Is a good chance for BITS did most of Its scoring center had 8 rebounds on the
perfectfor.v.demea' TWOOF SELECT THE PATTERN YOU LIKE BEST the JV five to win its final from outside Tuesday night. ankle. "Kevin showed"a lot of

PURCHASE AS MANY AS YOU LIKE SANTA CLARA or CONCORD BRIDGE three games if the team keeps Baker was sagging back on courage in playing, said
Kevin Miller leavingthe Hancock.
center Coach
as it has been. Coach
playing
NO LIMITS-NOTHING ELSE TO BUYbut tit .0 COMPLETER PIECES AVAILABLE Bob Hancock says Three Tornado wing men open. Edward Hamilton led
hurry while we can offer Special Low Prices! 79 AT OUR SPECIAL LOW PRICES players have been scoring In Miller got only four charity Bradford rebounding with 12.

ONLY AT FOOD FAIR! THIS-WEEKS TEASPOON FEATURE- : double figures In recent shots but had 1 II 1 rebounds. hustler."Hamilton said Is pretty Coach much Hancock.of a
and at least three have
games rebounding Sill, M1..*.41 Curtis Shell! had 10 rebounds."They've .
.I 1 iW been giving strong ....rt 10. 4 II 11.M been wailing on
I : YTh. LARGE Somebody always .
; efforts.takes up the slack. ails,K-4.....Mlll H )M11hell.. |Mimllloit' II.1 I..24.W 4.Mlllir .. this game ever since we

The little Tornado five has .lK' .r 11,Me Irld..... T.1.11115 played them I Bolles) over

P.o ROSE FAIR PANTRY PRIDE FRESH only three regular season 41.. .. .. ... 1411. there" Coach Hancock said.Bolles .
'
okori JOHM tn .r. beat the Tornado JV 59-
C FORT TOPKNEE G GRADE A EGGS games remaining; this week- Orlllli 1-1-4. null i.*.l, Graham 104.T .
DOZEN end winds it up. The first two .t.', ".... 45 In Jacksonville last Jan. ZH.
KING SIZEBRIAD games are on the road "Bolles Is the last team that
tonight (Thursday Feb. 16; at BUS-BOLLES 54 beat us. We got very" embarrassed

w a Ocala Forest and Friday, Feb. over there.
at Santa Fe. The final Winning their sixth game In Bradford cagers shot 53 percent
17
.3t 0 59c set Monday. Feb. 20, a row Tornado junior varsity from the field hitting 30
2 PAIR game trounced They were 67
will be played against Union cagers soundly of 56 attempts.
PKG. y 20oz LOAF before the Bradford High Bolles 74-54 in the BUS gym per cent at the free throw line
L w High student body In the local gym. Saturday night Feb U,to get sinking 14 <*?\charrtx!= ,"h(*!.-
_ winning side of..the
tho
.. : a'. '.' <+ue.,-ar .._. ".wa.r_. 'w'n. wJruggAy/....." .,' .!--". ./*..I'...."rS'9'"ar'fK95rM! ? -rN.N11MO.Caa ... Qi.1 il The> varsity. the will JV play game Monday will ledger on for the first time" tills. ax ir 11" 10 i>" M
"at. at 1 p.m .
S'a.ga' ..n''in IVI I MAVM ..1104 t II, IJ II M
'. \ :, W' SLICED IDOLOCNAI follow immediately aason. BHS
After the Bolles game 14-14, Mi3.1.If,
ailsS. !
LAND O' FROSTSMOKED UII'." CUT SlIP BUS 82-..Baker.40 was 98. Homo.'.,., moll...'-N. ...mlll... '...
KYI SIRLOINSTEAK MAftMIMt* I sagged back "Attitude Is what has us McarWO 1.11.Loo ,..... 'T..... 14-14.Molloo .
Baker High ,
IO9l believe, .wnon 11.13."Inn. 41
1201PKO s into the middle on the Tornado going now. I Utatk"said Oolnor' 111. Tyro...., Dovldwn 111.Toiwy .
TURKEY HAM ONELISS junior varsity Tuesday night Coach Bob ...... Ickol ,-.-., Dunn III.ToloU .
HOOD &>UR6 FLOWPA but Curtis Shell. Freddie analyzing his team's per 11-11 MBHS .
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A 3.e far( glen ORANGEJJJIliE ale A LS u aWrplMrSt. (}jda \ burned up the nets from outside games.Baby. Tornado cagers led all 4'1-S&Augustine 40
L. STEAK .LICOD as BUS won 62-40.
COOKIDSALAMI It was the JVs 7th straight the way in the Lolles game Holding slim advantagethe
Discount 101 four men In double
Super with Bradford
o.IMMB entire ?ame.
11' : WUCK4UII IM4Tff29 win.The Tornadoes trailed 104 figures. It was 17-9 after the evened
junior varsity cagers
'rlA'tt.GALLON. But they first period 29-20 at the half,
after the first period. their record at 8-8 Friday
and
PORK r CHDICE isles went to work after that t. taking 47.33 after the third period night, Feb. 10. with a 46-40 win
FRESH L_ CHIC KEN the second period 14-6 the 74-54 at the final whistle.led BUS over St. Augustine High.
F IG SLICID OUAATINASSOflTCO third 22-11 and fourth 2013.( Freddie Hollis Freddie Hollis led the Baby
BUTTS i Itfeas i' ami-tit Hn:>> "Me!" answered Coach scoring with 20 points Kevin Tornadoes with 19 points. Including -
LYKES nmtun 1 :i i : : WlfH BACK'SAK PORKLOIN 3rID.L..nW i'HYO.ADI Hancock when he was asked Millerhad 17, Frazier Bans 14. a three point play: with
oiToroUol jHpu ot* Hp i i SMOKED riiiiwiijr a what turned the dame around. and Curtis Shell 13. 21 seconds left In which he

PICNICS 6e I CHOPS BALL PARK! bucketed a fast break lay-up
KNOCKWUBSTSt f a under hard pressure from an
SAVE ere save 3TO moan s'39 SA defender was slammed to
B LBS 78?. ace LSORROUNDS elsA PKa ilIM1f0 PIIQ u 139 the floor hard but got. up to
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.6fJ.... DAIRY DEPARTMENT PIIG. ROTO-HOE TILLERS turned his ankle.

.Bargain* In Bak ry8WEKTH6ART ramnos .,. BItS led 13-12 after the first
.v ctev(ail** You'll Be Surprised And PleasedWith 25-23 at the half 32-31
mIl' __WM''n ....v.SROLLS. period.
ICED ANGEL Pantry-Pride Cheese Slices uni<**n. 1201 'ACUGE 98'2M sm 25' 1Doyt_ ii, The Power The Balance after the third period. But the

FOODBAR ..... Pantry Pride Sour Cream Hat CUP / SAVE II' HOAMELS And The Easy Handling Of A Big Red JV outscored: St.

14 0, 9c ..Y,_ :: : 3/S I Pantry Pride Cream Cheese 'In ""AGE 21/'1 SAVE 31'* SAUSAGE""" ."'"" Heavy Duty I Rotc>Hoe ; w YYou'll Augustine period to take 14-9 in the the win.fourth SA

Pantry Pride Soft Margarine i u MMOlco 49' SAVE ID .u..r u.f Like The Low Prlc. went ahead 38-37 with 3:25: left I

'. 4, [Pantry Pride Quarters CARTON 31/'1 SAVE 30' 120' 89c For The Quality Tool in the game when Curtis Shell

Xltl'lHI' ttlVI. Pantry Pride Biscuits ajfllMM. SWIITIMI lot CAN 4/59'/ SAVE 10' PIIG. was called for a foul In
SA's
DINNER DONUTS Pantry Pride Cottage Cheese CIIUII(i i i.5 IB 89'4M SAVE IV- 3Y H.P. 219" Stewart blocking a hit shot two and free throws.Troy

JO ROLLS c Pantry Pride YO lirtS milA nwMtiutt Rural lot CUPS / SAVE 38' 289" Stewart then fouled Brad

+ n s Pantry Pride SWISS Cheese UCIIH MM lu PKO 79' SAVE 'I 1-. ii'', 5 H.P. l ford's Frazier Bass as BHS
the ball inbounds.
MCI "' MwCALIFORNIA 6 .P.Wlth R... mounted brought
Bass responded by bucketingtwo
IS
$589 free throws, the first
LEMONS
.WIIT ALL'UIII..O.. Tiller Available Only around before fallingin

Bargains inHPrbdii<;
RED WESTERN SAVE toe FIRM SWEET AND MELLOWGolden Curtis Shell at the free throw \

DELICIOUS !Tuu199 FRESH RipeBANANAS @ 37c1:: @ 12: SAVER NOW IN .- )' line shot; Shell missed hit the the first second charity but I,

APPLES i
,
SAVE fl. A iS MVt 1< A LS :== got another chance when an :
.. STOCKREDPOUOES
TOMATOES WEED! SA player stepped en the line, I
aYI SLAW and made the third to put BHS '
!DU ount
Super ; O.SALAD .., 4138. I
C w I up
2 AQ 15C Charles Lee. fed by Frazier
,;fiV'eSh SWEET JUICYFLORIDA 'IIG.39c Bass under the basket on a
LB TRAY "JT %f fast break bucketed a
SAVE IOC SAVE 441 A LB For VagataMa Or Flower OardantPravania at 1:45: to put BHS up 43.38.1 .

FLORIDA W..d t Oraaa SaadOanMnallon 20 footer by SA's Dewayne !'
'; ORANGES twr,54,1o ,145 11,;I Whan AppMad To ONION SETS Ginn cut the BHS lead to 43-40.

GRAPEFRUIT ROSEBUSHES TKa So* -Claan Qramila* PEAS at 1:28.: but Hollis came
through with his lay up to Ice
Alt u
; |B' IIi. {' the win for BHS.
POTATOES 2
1 V Lb. ,Shaker CORNS I : Halls, the game's leading

LB BAG ANT199Ca.N1 .(. 'scorer. continually used his
4 Lb. Bag 341 And Many MoreGARDEN quickness and speed to beatSAY

man-to-man defense.
& Charles Lee ,did a good job

LUX RUfEB OISCOUNT ., '-.............. 'ij;. substituting for the Injured

CHEER LAUNDRY LIQUIDDETERGENT BREYERSICECREAM. GARDEN NO"510 ; ist A NURSERY CENTER Miller said Coach 'Hancock.


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I I As New/ Ice Age' Is Seen Ahead


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weather, following a five-year .
the Atlantic .
What's ? along
going on Seabed warm cycle that saw many
weatherwlse. that la. ? subtropical plants survive the ., z, ,If'

This winter' crazy Instead of "The Iceman winter unharmed" even In .. ,
Cometh" as written by play North Florida.

atmospheric causing oldOtiert pattern to scratch are wright Eugene O'Neil of another, we're Since then, things have gone : '-.. .,. .: ./ :.:-- <-
hearing predictions ; : : .
the
their head and with ,
I agree from bad to worse January .
"Ice Age Cometh," though It ,. ...-......", .
from Mark .
famous quotation ra
Twain: may be the end of the century 1977 brought 21 mornings with ., .-r J ; ... .. ,
of
low readings 32 or below
this glacial threat gets
before '
Snow blanketed the ground on
\ I "Everybody talks about the under way. the morning of January 19,

weather, but no one does when the mercury recorded a
anything about it" Is the weather really all that bone-chilling 18.
I bud, or does It Just teem so

I t But what can you do when because we've been lulled by Opinions differ as to r .
records are broken California the warmth and mildness of:SO whether the current wintersare
Is by "of some of the best
I drought replaced years so unusual or whether
mudslides New weather mankind has ever
floods and ;
York Boston and other major experienced?" The honeymoon they are and more it was or the less"normal" 50 2&F5 ,*
*
: cities are burled under tons of started to end In 197$, lures into the low 20's in of mild winters that *&
&
The years > -
: mow and ice; blizzards however, when an unusuallycold December of that year were unusual. ;
assume proportions of hurricane October and Novemberwere Telegraph reported, "we may .

\ force; and tides swallow followed by tempera- be entering a cycle of colderF Judging from past records, .,

at least locally, it appears that .... .. "

\ .. .. .". ,.. ... -.. ... .. ","'" .. ".. ", .. ,..". '. -" '" .. been this section immune of Florida to has rugged nut R {
j .IE" \ -f, f' JiAt' ;' ?vr"R(
'" \ winters in the past. Weatherrecords Lake Cemetery k
surrounded old tombstones' In Crosby
Snow
... !I )' !
; 'n".I) /. ','R""il \ i')1') don't go back that far. during January 177 record breaking cold Similar freeiet In
/ '\, F ': ,\; :: i. but this North Florida area ISM and J8111dlled thousands of fine orange trees In Bradford
,I .. ; .. ", "'r ,. i.., was starting to blossom with County, Including the famed Fort llarllee tree which Is said to

n. .. ." .-. . ..q. .. .., ... .. .. 1" .. .. .. .;. . ; orange groves in the earlyIflOO's have borne It.tOO oranges In a sass + -
and by 1833 they were a ralJ' .; .- ; .
r
bright spot in the agricultural -c;.

economy. But along came a One economist that must assume that the
freeze In that that says
Material WeaknessesA hard year conditions will of weather will
future place worsening our
lot of and made
opened a eyes
"almost unbearable moral reach a point where even the
realize that the FORESTRY
growers existence of their groves as and political burdens on the best efforts of UM U.S. will not

well as their Investments. U.S and Its people," who now h to meet minimumneeds

I cordance with this section. Also noted that at were threatened.We enjoy the highest standard of starving countries IN BRADFORD COUNTY By......Schroeder
A list of sixteen "material least one public utility, selling electricity living on the globe. Will we be around the world if so -what II

weaknesses" in the City's system of within the city limits, Is not remitting any tax have cold no winter record for of the an willing present to sacrifice standard and of reduceour living then TAnd WOODEN BREAD

internal accounting control for the year as called for under this article.It extremely TRY IT,
next 50() years, during which in order to help the deprived
listedin with the "crazy"weather YOU'LL LIKE IT!
30 1977 were millions of leas-blessed
ending September the culture re
orange
I Is recommended that Section 8.15 of period patterns that are predicted -
management letters to the Mayor and this a ride be invoked whereby the City Clerk covered and groves continuedto nations? America welcomed a for the coming years While In New England on a Now don't think they advertise
City Council from the certified public accountant prepare and furnish forms for reporting this expand. By 1886 there were million- Irishmen when ad- recent vacation I had an "made with wood chips"all
who prepared Financial State tax. The Clerk is authorized under this sectionto 6,000() orange trees within the verse climatic conditions will come the shattering voiced of opportunity to try something I over the wrapping. As a
city limits of Starke caused the great potato dreams such as the one sandwich matter of fact several people
and promulgate rules and narrow had heard about; a
ments and Accountant's Report for the prescribe In that by a Telegraph editor back in had been using
regulations pertaining to the administration with thousands more nursery famine country many bread made, in part, from I talked with
last fiscal year. of the provisions of this article. (Also stock. But oranges were years ago but would we 1883 when he wrote, three wood. the bread for a few weeks, ana
recommended In prior year.) frozen to solid ice on the welcome a million newcomersnow years before the disastrous didn't even know what the
At least six of these "materialweaknesses" morning of January 12, ISM, ? freeze of 1886: "Ina few years The bread was packagedjust "new source of fiber" was. It
had although a slow thaw and every man with an orange like every other bread on took careful reading of the
were matters that UTILITIES SYSTEM REVENUE FUND gentle rain held the damage to Studies by the Central grove In Bradford County will the counter, with a different fine print on the back of the
been called to the attention of the less than total loss. It was halfa Intelligence Agency say we be rich!!" brand name, right next to the wrapper to discover it and all

Council in previous reports by the accountant -From review of accounts receivable, it century since the first big whole wheat bread. But I had were amazed to find this out.I .

but on which corrective was noted that several customers have not freeze in '35 but it would be been alerted earlier by the ( only hope this knowledge
have not been implemented.Up been turned off from utilities in accordancewith only eight years until Forest Products Lab in doesn't change their minds
measures Sec. 24-7.C of City Code. This practicewas catastrophe struck again Wisconsin: that if and when about how good it isl)
By
also called to attention\ in prior year.In County Agents the bread was developed it
the so-called "management In 1894 .1 This recent product Is just
to now On Christmas Day would have far fewer calories
Bobby
letters" have been a voluntary serviceon sample testing of customer meter Starke and surrounding area and a higher crude fiber con- one example of what con-

the of the auditor, but starting readings, it was again found that a number of were basking in comfortable Notebook tent than regular or whole tinued research can develop in
part Taylor wood
wood'and
water meters were broken or burled under 55 degree weather, but by wheat bread.So the uses of
with the 1978 audit the letters, with phooeII64"280 research is
All meters found not December 28 newspapers fiber. Most of this
dirt or pavement. Extension 209
recommendations for improvements in operating last year were rechecked this year, were carrvlne accounts of a when I saw the wrapping federally funded..It's always
the city's system will be complusoryunder and very few corrections had been made. great blizzard l in'the North,, that said "100 percent more rewarding to see- something
state law. Loss of water during 1977 audit period was with readings of 20 below zero A break In the weather wil :tolls and usually Is a good crude fiber, 50 percent fewer worthwhile result from our
and
substantial. Several employees' meters were in Michigan. Blasts of arctic cause a lot of activity out In source of nitrogen calories," I knew that this 'tax dollars. .
here may be good reasons why some buried or not operating last year Only one air rushed into North Florida the fields and around the potassium, but is low In phos- must finally be It.
of the recommendations, made in prior correction was found. Also noted in two where millions of dollars had home and garden. Folks wil phorous. Nutrients from So if you see a bread at t your
residences land for manure are more slowly At home, the bread looked grocer that says "100 percent
been followed and we instances meters were inoperable at been invested in young orange start preparation
have not commercialfertl1lzen.
years, available than in like whole wheat with fiber 50 percenfewercalories
with swimming pools. The meter that owners expected crops,and some will set a date much more ,
will make no effort here to determinethe groves seeding spring vegetables The high availability very similar color and tex ," I heartily recommend -
being for
these meters as make them rich. .
readers should report to '
'
why and wherefores, nor to evaluatethe found and the Water 01.nutrients, especially ture. In taste; the bread'9al'slightly \ that you give' It a
merits of the accountant'ssuggestions Inoperable when should fix these meters Imme The mercury dropped'tift'a'lltime Moot folks will soon bi nitrogen, in commercial fertilizers coarser, making try, and be content in knowingthat
Department lows 14 in Starke, buying fertilizer for their is important In than better for
that the Council very better sandwiches toast, It's as good or
However in line with the diately. It is recommended to that Inoperablewater Gainesville,and Jacksonville; gardens, and some of the vegetable growing. Ever but had a robust, wheaty you than any other bread on
1 stress now being placed on "governmentin take necessary steps restored see to working order. 15 in Daytona Beach, and frostas questions I have had Indicate when manure Is used on the flavor. the shelf.
the sunshine" we he/ewith reproduce meters are far south as Key West a need for more Information garden it Is desirable to apply

from the management letter of the work orders issued about fertilizers.All a complete commercial fern.
excerpts -From a review
The damage was great, but
containing nitrogen,,
which appear to be matters of public by the Gas Department and the Clerk's office, the final onslaught of merci plants must have foot llzer and potash.

h concern and will undoubtedly come up the following recommendations are made. less winter in the 19th Centurywas for growth. Once plants seed phosphate LETTERS TO

discussion at future Commission to come only four years the food stored In the Fertilizers are available
for 1. All billable work done by the Gas later on Valentine's Day they must obtain sufficient with a wide variation In the '

meetings: Department should be billed through the 1899, with a record snowfall, amounts from the soil or other amounts of nitrogen, THE EDITOR.

regular billing process. accompanied by 10 above zero medium In which they are phosphate, and potash. Most ..
L GENERAL FUND: weather In Jacksonville, and growing. There Is some plant) commercial grades show
2. Where a customer is "no charged" the two below in Tallahassee. food in most all soils. But most specified amounts of minor -.-. .
-It is recommended that the City reviewits reason for the no charge should appear on the There were traces of snow as garden soils do not have elements. The kind of fertilizer

various personnel policies and proceduresto work order. far south as Fort Myers but enough. We must add plan! to use on a garden.will. PRISONS DO MORE AU.SPORTS CLUB
formulate a current personnel manual the record for the state, four food In the form of commer depend on the soil type, TIIANGUARDINGTo IS GRATEFULDear
setting forth the directives of this com -On Feb. 4, 1976, $4,314.66 was paid from inches, fell on Lake Butler. cial fertilizer or manures. The
mission. (Also recommended in prior year. ) the 1973 Construction Trust Fund which was Starke and Lake City fertilizer recommended for In home gardens where The Editor: Sir:
for the repair of the water system. This Is an measured two Inches, and most garden soils is called a many kinds of vegetables are
-Before the City can receive fines from ineligible expenditure from the 1973 Con Gainesville an inch. mixed fertilizer. it must be grown !in a small area under Too often, correctional In- The Bradford High All
certain misdemeanors or felonies, the arresting struction Trust and should have been paid placed on the soil where plant Intensive culture, it becomes stitutions make news only Sports Club would like to

officer must cite a city ordinance from the Ren ewal Replacement and Better' Orange trees that had roots can reach It. Spraying necessary to suggest prac- when an inmate escapes, an thank everyone who participated
being violated and not a Florida Statute. The ment Account. These funds should be re escaped a stunning blow in the fertilizer on the leaves is not tices that are widely adaptedand inmate or correctional officer in or attended our
City Commission should advise the City placed in the 1973 Construction Trust winter of 1894-95 succumbed to suggested except for will be satisfactory for the is assaulted, or a riot occurs. football banquet this year.
Attorney to prepare such ordinances as Valentine's Day onslaught in correcting minor element crops that have large nutrient Such news as the educational More than 200 people were In
I needed so the arresting officer can charge the -Customer ledger cards should be reviewed 1899. :The few remaining deficiencies. requirements, but will not be achievements of I inmates attendance and, from all reports -
person as being in violation of a city by the office personnel to insure that finally admitted that Injurious to those with the often goes unnoticed. At it was one of the best
ordinance. Then when the fine Is established proper garbage and sewer charges are being growers the Industry belonged Materials applied to the/soil lowest needs. It is possible to Lawtey Correctional Insti- yet.

j by the court the City will get the fine except made. farther orange south and North to furnish plants with nutrient use too much fertilizer and tution, a relatively new mini- Besides the banquet, this

I> court costs.It Florida abandoned its hope of elements, except animal thus injure crops. mum custody institution, the club provided 34 awards and
should be and other organic and
accounts receivable manures educational activities
-The
becoming the citrus capital of garden to the
We have a good for
was noted that the pole charge to the balanced to the General Ledger Control on a the state. residues, fertilizers.are called" The circular that covers amounts achievements inmates have jackets football athletes.presentation We have also
telephone'company has been based on the periodic basis. "commercial fertilizer been quite remarkable: espe-
kinds and ways to apply the athletic department
of for several years. is on" Is the nutrient elements most likelyto considering the fact given
same number poles So what going for vegetables. Call or cially so in the renovationof
t Poles being used by the company should be There appears to be a discrepancy in the Earth on the outskirts of a new be needed on most soils are by County Agent's that the Education Department $500 to track help facilities at the
come your the
counted annually and such fee be charged collection of Sewer and Water tap fees as ice age that t won't reach maximum nitrogen, phosphorous and for has been holding classes
office school.
copy.
accordingly (Also recommended in prior defined In Ordinance 250-A. proportions; for potassium. These nutrientsare your ,only since June, 1977. Some 75 high
I year.) thousands of years, or are the always given in this orderIn students are presently en- This is just a start of what
-The minutes of June 3, 1975 gave all bitter winters of '77 and '78 a the analysis shown on the (OQ4L( m nQQL rolled in the Department, and we hope, to accomplish this
-The City has no public liability insurance. customers until Jan I, 1976 to hook up to the rerun of some killers that fertilizer bag. For example, a are participating in such year, none of which would be
I' While the City is apparently trying to become Sewer and Water system at the old fee have gone! before? "6-88" Is a fertilizer containing Jvm' classes as: Ornamental Horticulture possible without the help of
self-Insured, it does not have adequate cash schedule. After that date the new rates wouldbe 6 percent available Small Appliance the citizens of this county who
reserves at audit date. Recommend that in effect. The ordinance was not enforcedand Opinions differ, of course. nitrogen; 8 percent phoapor- Conditioning assist and support our
sufficient insurance be carried until such an approximate loss of $26.000 in contri- Some climatologists point to ous.and 8 percent potassium. By William S. Haas Refrigeration, Radio and TV organization.We .

cash reserves are sufficient to enable the Cityto butions from customers occurred. Your increasing sunspot activity, Other elements are needed Service Officer Repair Upholstery, Masonry, ,' the officers and mem-
be selfinsured.Last attorney should be consulted for legal adviceIn changes in the Earth'smagnetic but these are Reading and Writing Labor- bers bf the All Sports Club

this mutter fields, and shiftingair usually present in the soil or atory, and GED Preparation. would like to thank each andeveryone
\ year It was recommended that the currents in the stratosphere are needed only In relatively Veterans Administration As of February, 1978, elevenof ,
City establish an ordinance setting forth bid -The 1964 Bond Ordinance mandates< the as factors that may be minute quantities.. They can figures show that 66,297 the 13 students who have -Wayne and Cookie
practices. There is no evidence that this was Council to carry adequate Insurance on the heralding the start of a new be supplied in the fertilizer children and spouses of taken the GED Test la( high .' MundorffStarke
done, and it is again recommended that the Utility System. The electric: plant building is ice age within the next) 20 where needed. Most of our veterans whose deaths or total school equivalency examination ,Fla.
City adopt an ordinance establishing bid not insured. equipment in the plant Is not years. They believe that the garden soils are acid and lime disability were service-: ) have passed that test.

practices.It insured and the City has no public liability Earth Is cooling by a fraction or dolomite Is needed to connected were receiving VA Sen. Chiles Aide'
insurance. It Is recommended that the City of a degree every year, and a correct acidity and supply education assistance as of the Consequently, one can
that of the Council with the 1964 Bond Ordinance. two degree swing m temperature correctional
11 appears one comply sufficient quantities of end of November last year. readily see that
Starke
could the balance To Be In
members could be In possible violation of FS upset calcium and magnesium. Institutions do more than
11611. and the question should be tenderedto These recommendations speak for and usher in the glaciers that Sons and daughters ol simply "guard prisoners."

the State Attorney General for an answer. themselves and will no doubt be fully completely covered the areas Commercial fertilizer' veterans comprised 82 percentof Though more needs to be February 22
and
discussed at future council meetings.But that are now New York 'should be used in gardens to the total while the remaining done, Lawtey Correctional
-Employee bonus payments should be Chicago some 11,000 years an abundance of 18 percent consisted Institution's Education "If are experiencing
you
the
handled in the same manner as any other from the public viewpoint same ,: .,..mineral nutrients, to Insure of spouses or the widows or Department is making an difficulties with a federal
salary payment.As question might be asked that is often ago.Others the cooling trend production of satisfactory widowers of veterans. effort to imporve the lives of agency and are frustrated

asked concerning the services of an say been reversed of high quality. ManureIs its students. Hopefully, such about what to do, we will help
,has actually crops
relates Section 8-10 "Collection of of the sons news" will someday be
to percent "good
attorney why pay the guy unless you with the Earth becoming an excellent source of you get your problems
(Utility) Tax" it was noted that certain heed his recommendations? warmer due to the "greenhouse' organic matter for garden 'and daughters taking training of equal Importance to, the" straightened out"'
remittances are not being received in ac- effect caused :1->" had some college when they much reported "bad news. With this comment Senator
by' applied for benefits, but almost Being a teacher at this Institu- Chiles urges citizens of Brad-
fossil fuels
such
burning as eight out of 10 of them tion, I am proud of this
ford County to get in touch
coal and oil with
: r a resulting had only a high school successful beginning of a new .
BRADFORD buildup of carbon dioxide in with his assistant Bo John
RIDI
COv wellas
; institution
I ; diploma. correctional as son, when he visits this area
the atmosphere, acting as a
j t lc p blanket to keep the Earth': .Of the eligible spouses In the Education Department. on Wednesday Feb. 22. His

I' nwneawte illi9rnPl1I heat at home. ', training when the latest VA -Joseph, Webster schedule is as' follows: 1:30:
semi-annual review was made Starke, Fla. pm. 2:30: pm. CountyCommissioner's

most last November,22 percent did Room'
But whoever Is
right, Courthouse Stark .
I 9 not have a high school County ,
;1'i! CC'T'ON BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER climatologists seem to agree diploma when they applied for For those who are unable to
Publishers 'that the entire globe Is in for benefits. i yIn visit with Bo. Senator Chiles

!r Published each Thursday and entered ai second.da..i Matter at the POll Office at Starki, ...a, under unstable the next weather several conditionsover decades Children of veterans In the u urges North people Florida to Office contact In the his

r Actor March 3. 1879. drought and floods, hurricanes To the ancient Iroquois Indiana program 89 percent were Post Office and Courthouse
r t Subscription. rate in trade area: 17 per year:$4nn month.Outside and tornadoes, killing 'com wu ,"queen'being going to school full-time,while Italy people give babies Building Room 24, 110. E.

j trade area IS per year: *4.50 six months.* Fla frosts and throttling snows the most Important of percent of the spouses or tiny keys|i to ward off Park Avenue,Tallahassee; Fl.
. Hiooe/ 9646305 Starke that will threaten the world'sfood ,three IIfultalnlnlt sitters widows and widowers were convulilon 31)02.) Phone 1904\ 2221792.
t and fuel supplies. corn beans and squish. enrolled full-time.

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Phone TSZ-3300 e.CONGRATULATIONS successful in collecting the NAACP NEWS l y Elisabeth G.Walker IS pastoral day. Sunday School II.

f 0IURC1I ACTIVITIES SCHOOL MENU Miss Sharon Williams ol amount of $66.03 In Hampton Bradford County Branch Phone tM-WO 10 a.m. Morning Worship It f
,. MONDAY' : Hamburger awarded toMiss Nora Hampton and Billy Wayne for the March of Dimes, NAACP will hold Its regular p
Church of God: Sunday bun, lettuce, tomato, pickle on, Starling, and Miss Sherrt Owens" of Winchester were efforts We appreciate their meeting Monday Feb. 20, 7:30: Jt S p.m. at Pleasant Grove a.m.The pastor and congre-
School 10 fnmch fries, chocolate Shlnn after gifts were opened. united In marriage Friday and the cooperation of p.m. at New Hope BaptistChurch. United Methodist. Feb. 26 be In charge of the I.
Services 11 a.m.a.m.and, Worship 6 p.m., pudding, milk.TUESDAY Refreshments were served to evening, February 10, at those they contacted! AU interested citizens Prayer Service will be held at aopeuninnR services for the *....,
: Chicken with the 12 guests that were Hampton Baptist Church. and members are Invited to 1:30: a.m. at R.J.E. Complexat District conference beginning ,
Prayer Meeting Wedne.dayevening
noodles >/k peanut butter and present Nancy was assisted Brother Richard Mashburn HAMPTON LAKE attend. The membership. drive 6 p.m. there will be a Thursday 7 p.m. All officers A
YPE
Friday at 7 jelly sandwich' sweet in serving by her mother Mrs. performed the nuptials. Miss Mr and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver is on for new members and Miscellaneous program Mt. and members are asked to r
p.m.Evergreen Sun- peas, fruit cup. milk.WEDNESDAY green. Marycllle Bennett, and her Joy Williams was maid of have returned from a nice to renew the membership ofpresent Ptsgah A.M.E, Church. You :cooperate: with this activity.ML .
Baptist
: Boiled aunt, Mrs. Joyce Bennett. honor for her sister. Lonnie vacation visiting friends and members, are Invited. Plsgah A.M.E. Churcbt: >*
day School 10 a.m.. Wor beans with bacon: Wednesday, Mrs. John Tye, Redding,brother-in-law of the relatives near Venice. Thursday Feb .it Afro- The District Conference will
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 seasoning, Jr. visited her mother Mrs. Florida. They the American History Observance
rice, candied bride served as best man. spent weekend CHURCH NEWS begin Thursday 1C. Friday 17,
p.m., Training Union at 6 yams, peaches, Kathryn Mallard in Jacksonville with their oldest : Roots Achievementand with Elder F.R.
cornbread milk.THURSDAY Mrs. Stephanie Redding kept grand. ML MorUh United Methodist at 4 p.m.
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday : Spaghettis General Hospital the bride's book at the son. David his wife Debbie Projections. will continueat Church Choir Rehearsalwas Satrhel. presiding Rev.
at 7 p.m. with meat sauce cheese Mr. and Mrs. Tommy reception following the cere- and their small son, Davie Ill Philadelphia Baptist held Wed.. 5:30.: Sunday Richardson pastor. All r..
The church served a fellowship tossed salad, applesauce, Godwin, Gainesville, and Mr, mony, Mrs. Dolly Simpson They also visited Mr. Church 8 p.m. in Lawtey, Fla.: School 9:30.: Morning Service members are asked to '
supper on Saturday night french bread, milk. and Mrs. James Godwin, and directed the wedding. The Oliver's niece In Bradenton, We will see you there. II sum. and 3 p.m. the United cooperate with this activity.
,and everybody enjoyed them. FRIDAY Baked beans with Mrs. Mabel Harris of Maxvlllewere floral arrangements reflectedthe Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Davis. Afro-American History Observance Methodist Women will meet. The Young Adult Choir will
selves. weiners. cole slaw Sunday afternoon guests burgandy and pink color They went on to Fort Lauder.* : Roots Achievements Pleasant Grove United sponsor a Yard Sale Saturday ion
buttered bread slice,, milk pears, of their sister and brother-in- scheme used at the wedding.Bill dale to spend a week with and Projections will Methodist Church: Every first the Parsonage lawn. Tuesiday .'
Faith Baptist Radio 1ST GRADE TRIOP law, Mr and Mrs. Harold Wilson made the three their daughter and son-in-law continue next week Sunday and second Monday at 7 p.m. before the first and third
Program on WPXE at 7 p.m. ham sandwich Spiced Eunice. tiered wedding cake which Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gehron andIons Feb 19 "Let Our Rejoicing 'Young Adults Choir rehearsal Sunday Choir rehearsal 7:30
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m'l and jelly sandwich, peanut butter Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Cain of was topped with a floes! Danny and Matt. While Rise!" The History of the Tuesday night 7 p.m. 'Young p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. )t. ,
Worship Services 11 a.m. and chips, potato' Illinois were Sunday afternoon arrangement.Mr. there, another grandson, Negro from the dawn of Junior rehearsal. Wed. Morning Worship 11 a.m. 1
Wednesday Prayer Meeting orange. guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Owens are Michael, from Florida State Civilization to the present Prayer Meeting .7 p.m. The First Born Church of L
at 6:30: p.m. J.r onat Mrs formic Kelly. residing near Winchester, University in Tallahassee flew I Verse and Music). You are Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer The Living God: Tuesday ,
First Baptist Church W.S. Crews of Jacksonville Tenn. where Mr. Owens is in to spend several days He invited to be present and enjoy Meeting Thursday 7 p.m. night 7:45: Prayer Service. j
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship visited his mother Mrs. attended the of of these activities at 2:30 at
wedding
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyelte employed.Tom one : p.m. Bible Study. Sunday School 10 Friday night 7:45: Tarrying y.
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: and of Pierce Crews, on Sunday his friends. New Bethel Baptist Church. a.m. Lovefeast 10 a.m. Service. Sunday School 10:30.:
p.m., Training Union at 6:30: their family brother were and guests slster-ln- afternoon.Mrs. The Oliver's also visited Mr. There will be an Art Collection Free Canaan True Church 11:30: Home Mission 6 p.m.
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed- law Mr. and Mrs. Don Joyce Futch of and Nancy Nickelson Oliver's only sister Mrs, exhibiting some of thew..k of God In Christ:Tuesday 7:30: 'YPCW or exchange service
nesday at 7:30: Ga. Margaret Crews and of of Earl Barber of Gainesville Church.
p.m. and Blackshear. spent announce the birth of their many Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30 with
Boyette
Grace United Methodist: family on Sundayat Monday to Wednesday with son, Adam Maurice who was their friends In the area. They Lawtey Jessie J. Aaron of p.nu Tarrying Service. Greater Bethlehem Freewill -
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Wor- Mr.Macclenny.and Mrs. Jim Chamber- her sister Miss Elizabeth born In Sanford, Florida Jan. had a wonderful time and Gainesville, and others Honor Sunday School: ( 10 a.m. Baptist Church Each
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: lln attended the fire fightersconvention Terry. She spent Wednesdaynight 31, weighing 9 Ibs. and hope to make a return visit Day along with "Who We Are Morning Worship 11 a.m. Monday 7:30: p m.Tiny Tat re I Ir
Choir Practice at 7 with her cousins Mr. and Where We Are" will be hearsal. 7:30 .
p.m. p.m in for four measuring 19 Inches. Mater soon.Martin Evening Worship 6 p.m. Tuesday : prayer
Tampa,
and Methodist Fellowship days. and Mrs. Carl Moore 01 Live nal grandparents are Adele Meng Is home fore presented. Come early so you Greater Allen Chapel meeting. Wed. 7:30: Senior ;.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs Dobbs Oak, on her way home. and of few days after spending can enjoy the art work before A.M.E. Church Saturday the Choir rehearsal. Thursday r
The church will resent and daughter Casey Mrs. Mrs. Owen Anders returned Keystone Heights. Paternal several weeks working In the other part of the program Senior Choir will sell dinners 7:30: Story Hour and the male
the Movie.TThose Carmichael, of Jacksonville home from her son, James grandparents are Clyde and Atlanta. Ga. begins. See you there. from the kitchen. AU Chorus will meet also. 8 p.m. .f
Calloways" heart warming visited their parents Mr. and. Anders'home, In Palatka, and Babe Nickelson of Hampton. Mr. Leonard Hall (Jack) Is The program will be members are asked to cooper- Friday the Junior Choir and
story of family life in Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Sunday her grandson, Owen Anders, Maternal great grandparentsare convalescing at home. He continued: Feb. 23. Thursday ate with the activity. Sunday Junior Usher Board will meet ..
[[Vermont. Included are afternoon. came with her. Her sisters, Maxie and Lois Tanner of broke his hip about two weeks 6:30: Saturday the Junior
humor, outdoor drama, and Rev. and Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Hester Hicks Mrs. Lawtey. Maternal great- ago and was happy to leave Usher Board will sell dinners
the beauty of Nature. It Is a Mellon and 3 children Marian Hall and Mrs. Cora great-grandmother Is Mrs. Alachua General Hospital Brooker News from the kitchen. Sunday
perfect fare for church folks. attended Home Coming 25th Hodges spent the day with Nancy Starling of Lawtey. Saturday. School 9:30.: Morning Worship
130 minutes long and will be Anniversary at Stetson them. -- BYs JEANETTE PRESCOTT 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30.: League 4p.m.
Mrs. Elsie Norman visited Marlend O'Steen celebratedher MARCH OF DIMES: Evening Worship 6 p.m.
shown at 7 p.m. Feb. 24th 1978 Universtly. They left here PHONE 4U-ITIS
at the church. Everyone Is Friday morning and returned her aunt, Mrs. Llllle Boree In loth birthday Jan. 30. Mrs. C.F. Bateman and Kbntener Baptist ('here In
welcome. No charge Is made. Saturday night. Mlddleburg last Sunday. Happy Birthday also to Mrs. Dolores Meng wish to and Mrs. Watson's class- Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Class.:
Friends of Mrs. Selma Mrs. Tom Whaley and Granetta Ramsey who thank all who responded so BROOKER CITY Susan Navalany and Terri Thursday 6:30: Prayer
Highland Baptist: Sunday Eunice regreat to learn that daughters of Tampa spent the becomes a teenager Feb. 16! graciously to the March of COUNCIL MEETING Jakabs. Meeting. 9:30: Sunday School.II .
School 10 a.m.. Worship Ser- she Is a patient in Bradford weekend with her mother, Monty Moore was 14 Feb. 16 Dimes collection in the Lake The main purpose of our a.m. Morning Worship. 6
vices 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., County Hospital. Our Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, sister also. Area. This project will be Residents of Brooker will be student council Is to help Im- p.m. Communion Service.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at are with her. prayers Mrs. Daisy Bach, and completed during the coming given a chance prove our school. We hope to March 5 Mt. Stan Women .
7:30: p.m. daughters Miss Lynn Whaleyand 'LADIES COUNCILThe week, Tuesday, Feb 21, In deciding give the students point of view Convention Is sponsoring the
Laura Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Pam Talley and Chris Mr. and Airs. Danny Ladies Council of which of three alternatives the and to bring their Ideas and Prodigal( Son. All children "
School 10 a.m., Worship Services -, of Jacksonville spent the Luke. Hampton Christian Church SCHOOL NEWS town will choose to cope with suggestions to the attention of Interested in participating are
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., weekend with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Michael had a good attendance at their its water system.A school administration asked to contact Mrs. L.A.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. John and Waters and children ofMlddleburg business meeting held FAITHFUL VOLUNTEERMrs. public meeting will be During the first meeting on Davis, or Brother horns II
7 p.m. brother and sister-In-law, Mr. were Sunday Wednesday at the home of Mabel Sanders con- held at 7:30: pm. In the January 26 we discussed field Griffin. !,
Northslde Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. John Tye, Jr., and .dinner guests of their parents, Mrs. Shirley Norman. tinues to conduct weekly Brooker School. All residents trips, monthly activities and New n..th..IBaptl Church
School 10 a.m., Worship Ser- children. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters.Mr. Visitation was also carried reading&classes on a volunteer who have an opinion on what school beautification. Wed. Bible Study. Sunday
'vices: II a.m. and 7 p.m.,. Tuesday night. Miss Denise .and Mrs. R.W. Edwards out. basis since her retirement two kind of water system Brooker School 10 a.m. Bible Club 5
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Hardee; bride-elect of Mike of Jacksonville and Debbie years ago. Mrs. Sanders needs are urged to attend this LUNCH MENU pm. All Interested persons
7 pm Crapse, was honored at a were Sunday dinner guests of SENIOR CITIZENS encourages students In the most important meeting. Feb. 20.%4 are invited to attend.
Smyrna Baptist: SundayS Lingerie Shower at the homeof their mother and father, Mr. The Hampton Senior 5th 6th and 7th grades to read In memory of J.C. Cannon, It
hool 10 a.m., Worship Ser- Miss Nancy Bennett. A and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. Citizens Club will meet 'with understanding. She then ROUND ROBIN Monday Lasagna with husband.
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. BTS' Valentine theme was carriedout Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas Friday, February 17, at 2 p.m. listens to their oral reports of SOFTBALL TOURNAMENTThere cheese, greek salad pineapple Four years have passed dear
9:45: p.m., Prayer Meeting in the party rooms. Games and Jay of Live Oak: Mrs. in the City Hall.You will enjoyit the books they have read and pudding, french bread, J.C.Since
Wednesday: 1 p.m. were played and prizes were Tom Casey, Miss Catherine ) 'analyzes them. The students will be a Round Robin milk. God has called you ;
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.u u Casey, Lee, Johnnie Hobbs, 'and teachers appreciate her Softball Tournament held in Tuesday: Hamburgergravy home. ,
SYMPATHY UNDERSTANDING and Doug Reddish of Starke, "-II CLUB .cheerful assistance! Brooker at the School on on rice, one-half To be with Him in heaven.
ass_ and Mickey Moore were The Hampton 4-11 Club met ".*, Saturday, Feb. 25. Any team orange, carrot sticks, buttered Around the snow-white r
Is What You Get From Sunday dinner guests of their Monday evening at Hampton MCDONALD'S that would like to participate corn, hot rolls, milk. throne. '.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elementary School with Gene ", VALENTINE CONTEST Is asked to contact W.S. Wednesday Chill with We often sit and think of you.
DeWitt C.Jones Moore. They celebrated Joyner conducting the 'Students' In Mrs. Jean Nipper, P.O. Box 85, Brooker, beans, tossed salad pears, When we are alone. r
Ernestine's and Wesley's, meeting; The' American flag Clark's first grade class partl- Fl. 32622, or call 4851031.'This cheese rolls, milk, crackers. For memory t Is the only+ thing t
,Qt ....et IftIl..oo8ftl'liWt'-.aIk1....... sew'r b ),yon. PI\ted.Jn ", the.c Ronald will ba five I team Double Thursday Roast turkey -"v.i-' ':'jKlnora I
.ij We Are An Old Established Ernelltine's' nd "Bobby'. .,. ,"/ Waters> Her date, DoII, led *f;Kok.ng! :valentines for Elimination'! Tournament with gravy, pink applesauce, That"l riel'd.n-11' its. wn. !
birthdays. the 4-H Pledge. Attending this McDonald last week. Winners trophy going to let and 2ndplace mashed potatoes green / Cannon,' wife. !
:; Firm Very Experienced In Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Moore' meeting were 20 members and In the contest were: Tracy teams. Refreshmentswill beans, hot rolls milk. ,
Assisting Bereaved and children of Lake City two visitors. Demonstrations Bradley Cindy-Frey. Quinton be served. Friday: Fish! 'n cheese CARD OK THANKS '
Families Through This Time were Saturday afternoon on cooking, woodworking, Ford Robert Moorhead, Eric jello with orange juice, peasor Words cannot adequately
guests of their parents, Mr. macrame and horticulturewere Nugent.& Tammi Phelps, Gina SCHOOL NEWSOn vegetable beans, hush. express our deep appreciation
Of Sadness By Making All The and Mrs. Fred Moore. given by 11 members.The Raimondo, Mark Rhoden. puppies, milk. for the many acts of kindness
Necessary Arrangements For Friends of J.B. Gaskins project of cleaning the Jennie Rhea and Holly Thursday, Jan. 23, Mrs. shown to us during our recent
Service.We regret to learn that he is a school grounds was discussed.Mr. Shields. Cook's and Mrs. Scott's PERSONALSMrs. bereavement. For the food,
patient in Jacksonville and Mrs. Harold Waters The final winners from this classes went on a field trip to flowers, cards and prayers
Con Help You Make Advance Funeral General Hospital.Our prayersare and Mrs. Randy Joyner were contest were Quinton Ford conclude their unit on trans- Mary Jane Green we are deeply greatful. May
Arrangements And Limit Cost. with him. parents attending. Refreshments and Jennie Rhea. They were portation. The classes rode a underwent surgery In Alachua Cod Bless ea-h of you.ThoFaml' .
Now Would Be A Good Time To Visit, Mrs. Robert Keith and Mr. were 'served by Doll treated to a Quarter Pounder train (AMTHACK) from General Hospital In Gainesville ofltobertLee.Woman"Charged.
and Mrs. Fred L. Roberts of and Lynn Waters.SWF.ETIIEART dinner along with their Waido; to Ocala. The students on Tuesday,Feb.7. When
DeW 1ft C.Jon.s And His Professional Staff To Jacksonville spent Sunday parents at McDonald's on toured the depot in Waldo and I last heard from her, she was :
Acquaint Yourself With TheS.rvic.sThey Offer afternoon with their sister, BANQUETS Valentine's Day. Ocala then returned to improving well. We hope she '
Mr:!. John Tye, Sr. Jeannie and Wendy Lloyd Miss Joyce Kuykendall'ssecond Brooker by School Bus. has a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly were among those attending grade class welcomed The Safety Patrol members Mrs. Betty Hunter and baby With
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral visited Mr. and Mrs. Seaber the Sweetheart Banquet at the Michelle Klrchaine Monday. this six weeks are as follows: son Benjy of Lutz accompanied Bringing
In Jacksonville on Wed- Graham Baptist Church Michelle was. a first grader Penny Jakab Rlckl Harris by Mrs. Sandra
HomeStarke nesday. Friday. They wore corsageson here and all are happy to have Michelle Stilwell, CarooiFussell Prescott visited their parents Drugs To Jail
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly their formal gowns, ,her back at school Elaine Tetstone, Mr. and Mrs. Orea Prescott
visited their brother, E.L. enjoyed the delicious refresh- Teresa Starling. Karen Davis, and Rhonda from Tuesday
Keystone Heights Kelly In Bradford County ments and entertaining MENU Kim Carroll. Tammy Mann, through Thursday, Feb. 79. Victoria Gloria Padgett. 22.
964-0200 473.31 t6 Hospital, on Saturday. evening. Feb. 20-2 4 Debbie Phillips, Susie Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Byers of Starke spent a night in
-'-- .-----. .. Mr. and Mrs. John Walters!! Cindy Alderman, Paige MONDAY: Hamburger on and Don Green. and Stephen of Tampa visited Bradford County Jail charged
RENTAL of Macclenny/ were Wednes- Roberts and D.J. Rlddick" bun, lettuce, tomato, pickle, The first graders are participating them also on Saturday and. with the introduction) of con-
Hospital. Beat Walkers/ Wh...' Ghamjl Crutches day afternoon guests of .,Mr. were among those from this French, fries, cherry. cake In a Valentine Contest Sunday. Feb. 1112. traband into the county arrested jail.
----- -- and Mrs. Harold Eunice. attending tht Sweetheart cobbler, milk.TUESDAY sponsored by Mc- Mrs. Betty Hunter's birth- Padgett was
We Are Big Enough To Serve You And Small Enough To Know Ton area Banquet held Friday; eveningat : Sausage( links, Donald's. First grade day was Feb. 14 and Ronda Wednesday at 4iO:: p.m, by

the First Baptist Church In rice, tomato gravy, blackeyed ,teachers and principal was 12 years old Feb. 10. Bradford County of deputies
Starke. peas, peach half, biscuit, selected five valentines from Mrs. Sandra Prescott'sbirthday after bringing to the jail a pack and leaving cigarettes

t Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leach of milk. girls: Cheryl Griffis, Phyllis will be Feb. 25. them for Jackie ,Brooks.
Owensboro, Kentucky are WEDNESDAY' : ,Chicken Lamb, Lone Callan, Sherry The annual sweetheart Brooks. 21, is being held on a
'"'and dumplings, mustard Carter and Myra Hodge. Alas of Brooker
spending some time with Mrs. banquet Baptist robbery charge stemming
ti4W1.Y Viola Lefebvre and Mr. and greens, candied .sweet potatoes five valentines from boys: Church was held at the Rebel from the Jan. 20 robbery of a
Mrs. Henry Spell and family. apple crisp corn bread, Rusty Mayben, Arvls House Restaurant In Alachua: convenience store near
They are enjoying Florida's milk. Kirkland, Junior Prescott, Saturday, Feb. 11. The theme Heights.
sunshine after being practically THURSDAY: Pizza loosed Wayne Henry and Link was Hearts Forever. The Keystone 1 Padgett had been reeased
Seafood Buffet housebound due to salad, buttered corn, fruit Hollingsworth. These will be pastor Is Hershall Markham. on bond as an accessory to the
heavy snows and icy conditions cup, milk. displayed at McDonald's .In The welcome and Introductionwas robbery.A .
at their home. FRIDAY' : Tuna Salad on Starke. given by Donna Poteet. check of the cigarettes by
Night lettuce, green beans cheese The opening prayer by Rickey jailer Robert Poster; ,,revealed
Every Friday ..I.Id MARCH OF DIMES: sticks, apple sauce. milk. BKOOKER Mott. "This Land is Your what appeared to be several
Mrs. Daisy Fort and Mrs. STUDENT COUNCILOn Land" and "Cindy" were led joints of The
Shirley Norman were by Greg Douglas choir package had aprp gently been

., g .....!..a.u................ i 1. School January elected 20 officers Brooker and leader. Entertainment was by opened and resealed.
Shrimp Laura Thomas and Greg Bond was reduced from
LAWTEY NEWS representatives to Its first Douglas. J E. Molt. Mitch Si.000 to$2.000( on first appearance -
4r-. Student Council. They are: Brannen. Joy Markham. and Padgett was released -
et Oysters Miss Elizabeth Terry was a The first woman newspaper Bradlee Cox President: Elaine Mott. Missy Hart. The Thursday, Feb. 9.
A ? Friday dinner guest of Mrs. editor in America wu Penny Jakabs, Vicepresident guest speaker was Rev. Rudy
Scallops Sidney llansen. Benjamin Frsnklm'i utter-in- ; and Michelle Stilwell, Williams. The banquet committee -
law, Ann Franklin, who Secretary Classroom representatives was under the direction SERVICEMENThomas
Mrs. Ethel Reddish and edited the Newport, R I"Msrcurv" I- out of Mrs. Nichols' of Rose Mott. Linda Robinson,
Stuffed Crab Miss Arthurine Blanchardwent 17621763."Don't class are Carol Fussell and Gerri Markham Donna
to see their sisters Mrs. Carl Johns. Mr. Ezzell's class Poteet. (Laura Kay Thomas Squadron
Thelma Wilson and Miss Enza representatives are Kim Mildred Named Beet
Fried & Broiled Fish you marry for money Regina Phillips,
... : Blanchard on Tuesday at but go where the money i.." Carroll and Teresa Starling.Mrs. Green and Donna Sellars.
: Baker.County Nursing homein Pillow's classJimmy had wonderfultime.
Alfred Lord Tennyson Everyone a

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Satisfaction: in unu visit. During many years of practice I have d Sergeant Thomas Is a security
brought together many in marriage! and reunited many who were W specialist at Minot AFB.

separated ... If' you err unhappy, discouraged, or in distress. can nits N.C., with the 92nd Missile
BUFFET----------s75, .. ,. help you.. Does bad luck seem to follow you? Has the one you love Security Squadron. He was
SUNDAY ::1 I changed can tell you why. I will tell you who your enemies and AO .4 previously assigned to the 91st
friends are and if the one.you love i i. true nr faie. I locate lost and Missile Security Squadron,
stolen nrtivles. I warn you $gravely suggest. wisely and explain fully- which earned the top
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t Kenneth D. Chitty of 1003 For FmHA FinancingBradford After AccidentA
1 South Gate Drive, Starke was
recently honored by hia County Commissioners container will have lobe purchased
associates and the manage- signed paperwork for the future SR-100> Lawtey woman remainsIn applied the brakes and 16 when the light changed and 1

ment of his district when they Monday, Feb. 6, for permanent dumping station. Bradford County Hospital skidden 100 feet before Thompson walked in front of 1
A selected him a. the financing with Farmers Eventually there will' be Tuesday, Feb. 14. In stable striking Stewart In the right the vehicle: police report.
exceptional) life Insurance Home Administration seven or eight dumping condition following an side. After Impact the motor Police reported $3.500
representative of the quarter. (FmHA) for the counties solid stations throughout the accident Saturday evening on home overturned] and came to damage to a 1977 Toyota
They presented him with a waste dlspoealsystem. county, Commissioner Shu US-301/ two miles south of rest on Its left side. Damage to driven by Connie Lou Jones of
personalized plaque Begun In late 1974 FmHA ford says.: Starke Involving a car and a the 1871 Dodge motor home Starke In a one car accident: CLASSIFIED
the merits of motor horn. was placed at $8,000. Feb. 10. Jones was switching'
acknowledging of the
\ agreed to finance the 1200,000 Repayment $200,000 Deadline for Insertion
from the inside lane to the outside
Patricia Ann Smith was a The FLIP charged Stewart
his achievement.The project if a local bank would loan will begin this year. another Tuesday noon preceding
lane to
selection was based not loan the money until the Chairman E.W. Hodges' passenger In the car driven by with failure to yield the right pass before publi
vehicle and struck the curb Thursday
only on the sale of life project received FmHA ap- committee assignments for .. Jr. of Lawtey. of way by entering a through
and slid 20 feet, nipped on Its cation.
\ Insurance for the quarter but proval. With the closing the 1978 are: Hazel Paulk, library Another passenger In the highway.The top sliding 50 feet nipped Minimum; charge M.'
also on general attitude county will repay the $200.000, and agriculture; George Smith vehicle. Lebertha D FHP also reported back coming to rest seven feet (Covers IS Words)
also of Lawtey was to vehicle
towards the life Insurance Interest mosquito.control., Hampton $2,000 damage a :
borrowed at 6 percent: Roberts from McDonald's on US-301. Each word over ISIs
I business. and Und taken to BCH, treated and re driven by Otto Ketterer of
for IS years,with pledged race health, zoning Police report $200 damageto 11 cents
t Chitty represents Liberty track funds for the project In garbage and courthouse; leased. Hampton and $20 to a city at the -
National Life InsuranceCompany' the 1973 bond Issue Maxie Carter, vehicle Inspection Two passengers Sheldon In the truck driven by David restaurant.shrubbery Jones was treated Not responsible for error .
home driven
motor by Rodman Thomas of Starke.
a Gainesville office. for
I purchased station, recreation fire the
equipment A. Stewart of Addison, New Ketterer was charged with and released at BCH. when given over
the project Includes five department and safety; Dave York were also taken to BCH careless driving In the 6:15: accident Jones was charged with phone or when copy Ifnottypwl
units six portable roads and Hodges
compactor Sbuford ; treated and released. The Feb. 12. Thomas had careless driving. and brought tc
: Debbie Jones Chevron U.S.A. Inc., for containers one open top con- fair association.In : Florida Highway Patrol reported to turn left on W. Police charged Harold the off id.
x the shirt unit at.upvrvUorof Cadillac merly Standard Oil Company, tainer, and a semi-truck the to other business commissioners Stewart was traveling atop St. when he was James Harris of Starke with
I has announced the retirementof transport the containers to : north on US-301 and had careless driving in anaccident
t Uniform Co.. struck from the rear by
accepts a trophy landfill SR-100 just -Learned the Departmentof
Its central on
William Silcox as : stopped on the east side Feb. 10 at the corner
for he
49 ladle In Ketterer
the unit. Commission Agent in Starke. inside Bradford County near Natural Resources will re- shoulder. After starting from of Walnut and Jackson St.
The unit received the Starke police reported
4 for the month of award Chevron spokesmen say Keystone Heights Using the imburse the county up to the parked position Stewartcrossed Karen Thompson of Starkewas Harris attempting to pass MOTORCYCLESFOR
j based lu January their customers In Union sixth container the truck haulsa $11,424 for renovation of the the northbound traffic treated and released from another vehicle and drove too SALE
,f I best on efficiency. and County will now be served by full container to the landfill boat ramp and parking at land and entered the intersection BCH following an accident far to the left and jumped the
workmanthlp.Violet Lake City Agent. George and returns the empty con- Hampton Lake.Approved of SR-227 failing to Thursday, Feb. 9. Sarah curb striking a gas line 8UZUKI STABKEt fe ranthorlieo'
1 Hunter, and that Macclenny tainer to another dumping site posting of 50,000 yield the right of way to Smith Barrett Cooper,of Starke was marker a tree and a fluHkl dealer.PIMM .
Agent Lawrence liters will where the empty Is witched pound weight limit signs on traveling south on US-301. stopped for a red light at the telephone pole. WM-4020. 1040 SwthWalael
now serve all other customers for another full one, and soon SR-16 from the Union Countyline The FHP reported Smith Intersection of US-301 and SHe .,L MI| Sratb I.
the .. to Starke and SR-225 from ,, .
w 1'", previously served by oh..'. 1 8&.1| tl/rhi
i' Starke Agency. The original dumping site SR-16 to US-301 In Lawtey. --"-
A "We are most appreciativeof was built at Lawtey by Trlest Both roads have been turned
William Silcox for his many Construction Company of back to the county from the Police Probing Store Robbery I BUSINESS

years of valuable service to Keystone Heights at a cost of state for maintenance. OPPORTUNITIES
our customers In the Starke $25,000. The county, using Commissioners also learned still manded the clerk put .t
Starke police are money
South- knowledge gained by watching SR-18 from Brooker to
Area says Chevron's Feb. In a paper bag picked off sW
the
investigating robbery up FOOT WORLD Self-eervlee
will be moved
east Division Marketing the Trlest Company Sampson Creek convenience store the counter. ANt .h... sad
of
Manager E.O. Smith. "We build the first dumping site, from the state road system to 8, a from Bradford High popular aeceiorioe priced a.w ... a dealer. *
.. across
wish for him a most enjoyable has since constructed dum- the county system the end of School In which a lone bandit The clerk described the .hip. available la Lake.
and rewarding retirement"The ping or compactor sites) March.. took bandit as a black male about pOs Bailer lol.....tedT Call M.
shaving the cost to around Appointed county attorney $46.The 1 904737-433. Smallbveitmeat.
store clerk reportedthat six feet tall wearing a brown Albert, \
$12,000 per site using its own Dudley Hardy to the robber entered the' jacket and ski hat. The man 2/9 Ztpd 1/19
labor,near Brooker and at the represent the board In Lake about 7:30 and de fled east on foot police said.
old city of Starke landfill on City Feb. 21 to discuss: In- store : p.m. [ FOR SALE OR RENT

Laura Church Road A fourth digent patient care with other 1 B....... property 2-Bay
compactor site on Brownie<< north Florida counties. Judges Tour Prisons Today .J service it.tI.. .la SI."" ..
Mlkrll. Cadillac first woman newspaper Road (SR-229)! ) will be com -Approved rezoning application Modera.. Ph... 904-8253,
Uniform Co. employee of the editor In America was In the next few days. for Keystone Club Itehc 1/16
month for January selectedby Benjamin Franklm'i inter-In- County crews have been Estates from RlA which re Judges from four North lunch break at UCI they will
limerock the half-acre lots to RIB. a Florida judicial circuits will tour FSP.
her supervltiori. law Ann Franklin, who putting on rampat quires
in the 3rd 4th. 7th
edited the Newport R.I. the Brownlee Road site minimum of 15,000 square tour Florida State Prison and Judges have LifeHealthAutoHomeBusinessComplete
Judicial Circuits
Honorable mention for the "Mercury" 1762-1763. just south of the present Union Correctional Institution and 8th
month were employees dump, this week, Commissioner feet.Tabled action to purchasea today (Thursday, Feb. 17). been invited to make the
Charlotte Jones Jessie Tyson Dave Shuford said sign machine and materials. The judges will tour UCI annual tours. Insurance Service

and Pauline IAl\lIre. Some people believe It Tuesday, and the new site Only one bid from 3M Co. was beginning at 9:15: a.m. After a
lucky to have curly hair should be in operation In a few received an Alabama firm Maines Insurance Agency
days was a no bidLearned .
A fifth compactor site will the county had
be built at Hampton where collected $655 for the sale of pS SP OSH. 160 South Lake Ave.
o o
Rl-B Classification residents for the past several fill dirt from Dec. 5 to Jan. 31. Lake Butler Florida
years have been having to The county will continue to
haul garbage all the way to sell fill dirt at 50 cents a yardto 496-3978

Recommended For Lots he central landfill on SR-100. Individuals only at the SR-- Some people once thought they could make It rain by One Stop Service For All Your Insurance Needs
A sixth site Is
compactor BId land fill. throwing little statue Into water.
also planned for SR-100 west
In Keystone Club EstatesIn of Starke. The county pur- '.

hased only five compactors Bradford Printers Bradford Prlnttrs Bradford Printers
md five and six containers, so
a brief meeting a\.luday. :101. Irene L Faulknersaid the a i new compactor and new I
Jan 31, the Bradford County: shops would be a real estate H I I
Zoning Board gave Its office beauty shop and ac N.1iIi COPage
recommendations for approval counting office. McComb ReceivesCommendation -
of zoning of lots from --An appliance repair and Medal .. .
IU I-A (requiring 20,000 square service on 20000 square feet o. A
(feet) to III-B (minimum of from OK to BR11. one-tenth CLOVIS. N.M. I! : na
of a mile Off SK-16 SR-225 When '
on
1.11011( ) square feel for Meritorious service at Blythe- Nied'Prhiting'R7 i iDone'
Keystone Club Estates with east requested by James Mlle AFB Ark., has earnedthe
final approval to come from Cowart. second award of the U.S.
I the commission. -Six-tenths of an acre requested Air Force CommendationMedal
county
; by Oral Tanner for a for Captain Jack F. ,
The Itl-B classification : '
which presently only requires repair garage Pi miles northof McComb son of Mr and Mrs. mM '
the east side of
Uiwley! on
Jack F McComb of Starke.
7.MM) square feel was increased ,
by owners of the sub IIS-101 from A.OK to BA. eAt
division near Keystone Zomngdirector L.M. Gaines Captain McComb. a pilot a 9
llviRhtHto meet state require reported that 55 building permits was presented the medal at 1:
hud been issued in Jan. AFB N.M., where he
Cannon '
merits to insure enough, space Come To ThePRINTERS
j\ for an adequate water supply totaling 467840. Included now serves with a unit of the
and also dispersal of waste in were II single family Tactical Air Command. fir A.
septic Links The* zoning boardin dwellings worth $281,840; 20 ,a 1963 graduate _a-
:November determined the mobile home permits worth of Bradford High School received -
n2.7W.\: '. additions: listed at his commission and a
lots drawn in the %O'sdld not .
meet current zoning/( requirements SKI.4r:>() und one commercial B.S. degree In 1967 at the U.S. BRADFORD :
for the It I-A cUssillcu' permit $2.HM\( >. The building Air Force Academy Colo. He -V .
lion or the state minimums inspector made 121 Inspections earned an M.S. degree In 1974 taD ,.
und fees collected Air Force Institute of
outlined for health reasons. at the i:
In other action the boardIBVI' amounted to $1,317. Gaines Technology School of Systems .
reported. and logistics at Fairborne D
( approval to advertise to
dames reminded the board Ohio. His wife Sara is the
re/one- Three acres three miles final hearing on the county daughter of M.B. Coleman of i a I : i
south of St.irke on the right of land use plan will be held in Valdosta GaPhilipW.Clark.

I S-TOI: ouneil by Thomas J.IcJJon.JtIh the courthouse May 1 and 15 -

:M from OK (opens -
s rural) lo It 2. Ohs.a risy 135 W. Call St. Starke FLa. =:
j Six., ,acres from IU 11 n to IU
\ for ntiiil stores! i miles north o O -
.. .
,., 'if Miirke on west side of US. .1 rw

RealtorReal
31 Well Permiti" r -
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I In Bradford Co. Estate Appraiser :: BUSINESS CARDSs


\ For the month of December.IH Announces The Opening .-Ii ., .
t
water well permits were LETTERHEADS :
issued for Bradford (County by ;
the Suwannee Hivrraler
I Management( DistrictSid Of OfficesAt .o. l 1 I h .'

Allen, permitting( division : INVOICES .:-
thief retried to the p ,1 _
governing board lit .its -
e- v
o -
January, meeting that the GD


wilier began number wells operations of permits since the two issued division years for Boulevard !Li][] -L FORMS 5I

iiRO( totaled 4 an: The number Lawrence I
issued in 1171was!) I.121\ and = .r _.
for l 1m Ihe total was 2.2H2 an -
Increase of %: ;! over the "'
previous' year Keystone H fits. Florida 'l- BOOKLETS i. .;

For the month of December -
=
the permits totaled 1(11.( with .., '";"' In] .
[J -
rural domestic wells accounting 473-4700 '
for I-IV irrigation tot I ;
: ;
nine public supply for four i *NEWSPAPERS

I and industrial for three.Columbia ... ,
County had the s' .
most with 31. and Alachua 4 i
County was second with 26 : \.l \\ \

and permits Madison Suwannee.were Bradford close DRe JOEL Fe KATZ ;= I BROCHURES .'

I thirds. with 18. 13, and 14 '
respectively Announces The Opening Of i N

personnel Regulations visited Division well sites r field 107 His Office, For The PracticeOf in .
:
Printing i
Quality
; "Ti'raclors times contacted 26 times water well and ; .
a.
found 22 minor violations. eo

-PODIATRY ft FOOT SURGERY ... "'''''i.' ..


; '\. I II : 4001(* Newberry. Rd. .i Bradford County For 98 Years: ;ak: i :


\ Building D Suite 3, -
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r October w.i the eighth .
Ig t month In the old Roman 1UfUl'd Piofs3a "mtalid PuOJPil6 $'pll'd! Pan1PVJRJaielad' P'OIP'''
calendar' which began in Excluded Pages)
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH INC. Offers our Want Ad Readers and Wnrtfeets Tri-Co.nty Coverage 9,003 paid distribution.. ,. O_

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with approximately 30,000 readers. FOR ONLY $2.00, through the pages of The Bradford COlittJTel"raph. The Union Connty Times -'c.J '. -.. (

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and The Lake Region Monitor. FOR MORE INFORMA TION <& The Telegraph Judy. 964-6305 i : trWillt.4I'. "


below Is 43)- RalfordKeytton 44 Lake Butler Times Chris 496-2261 .
a partial list of .. .. RJWJLTYr
telephone' exchanges, In thisarea. 473 *0.. S33 Klngtley Lake

475-. MelroteRrooker 782 Lawteyf Monitor. . Linda 473-220 ( ')

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hPS: ..... 4 M4.777


O8ILEJ. [ FOR SALE J I[( PERSONALS :ii'i(lOST N0 IOU ND rH LP WANTEDt tHDUSES FOR SAlt1 T WANTED J "s.Cecelia\ T'.rwlllegT .'. ITI L13 ITARKE.201N.HONI TEMPL&FLORIDA,*.




69-rr'.. lOa Uraad Eagmo I..rIm., .... DO YOU NEED A... BRADFORD SEPTIC ...... Wallet.. lent la ..... CLERICAL HELP HONEYMOON HOME IN WANTED TO BUY 0. '.. I, WK DON'T HAVE IT WE WILL FIND it

P/B A/C. 8600 ., PIS. ..U...* and ......., Came TANK SERVICE! II.*..... Iowa Lake. Batter. Fob. 11. WANTED. I ...... weekly. .BROOKERi NewS BR. I., mere aerea la BradfordCeualy. FOR YOU EXPECT A MIRACLE

Cecbraa, 1(70 S.W.Urm, K. te Jim' FaraHwe where. Ual ....-*.!.. 840. F..' Reward .11..... Cal 496- 83 hearty. G.""*. ."'<. .......,.... CH/A. ..d.... v...... E.OVa, ...4.a -

T..... Skew. Sub fH.,..4U.. bore .la ......, a good deal.. -,... ......taaoI. P.... 2013. 2/16 ltpdIII.FOR ....k.1tIt keekkoeplag. *..,. .Mo.. sad refrigerator. 1/3 .:.!.'!.1ttl.L-_ LAKE PROPERTY
Lake Bettor '" Year bedding. .... .......... H4"t ......... Malar porma.Meet block. Iron .1......., 40 ACRES: A UPl N. need ..
2tpd t/lt All Bring. air. ........ aid : be Uwtoy r..ld.at.; school. (29.900. CaB R......
fTrrORJNai ..ll b. isO mel I .bavebeea KlngiUy 11000 ft. horn. Duple. (2M week liilessen
IMM Cfcryeler New Y........ .... ... drastically ... .. eagUnh Mathneri..e.d 8usd. wrtttee qealulcahioss Little ......,. Tread entberiaed yor pq.
..,., .1.... leaded d..... A '.. .... teacher. em- RENTj P.o. 0.... G. L..ta, ol GalnoavBlo la.. la purcbaeektrgo ) apt. ever water Sill week)
wltk jaoe 1/2 eall.., .'.......... P..... t 5 Realty, ..,.... by ..,-..-.....
-..tr.....1... Interior.. S850. price. each. sad carry eaty. 8Z058. III *t'*g Ille B......., ''l'l- llN. After ...... II Klngsley i 70 It.on w..I.R.large dock.
Wo ...... "4. 7175. 2/9 ,t.... 2/23 buyer eight you Santa Fe> 71* 4W virgin "'.owner financed
4734428. Itch..* Vie at .. ......st. ...twIlWORMGROWERS', h.... call, 372-2111. 2/16 ...".40 aeraaer more,worth
JIM' FURNITURE 4U FBEELANCEPHOTO------------- FUKMNHKU! : APART.MENTi & -.d.d. *.w .. 2tchg 213HOUSE the moooy, ...... .lot .. Hampton i 2 tine.t home" MI lakeOn* IwrnUhed.

CHEVY PiCkup! 7970, M.I. St., Lake. Bailor. 2/16 GRAPHER R....... M.......t BR. very e..poto with Spnisg' ...oh.E. .....a leek at It. We'd like. ..
.
AlT 307 e.L. r...... now tl/chg ............*. model dean shag. carpet ....... ........ earuing potcatisi.S370 FOR SALE BY .ha.. peer latino; bat iLl.I. ... IN THE COUNTRY
tkree ..d ..Id. C..., I I. ...... ... port.. A/C. Ideal tar couple or re .10.. .. ......t..t. OWNER 3 bedroom I 1/3 .b a. glmmkk. .. get lIat",.,
good ......U... Ph.. .. 964- BAHIA HAY Arge.tlna, High. portraile.Elhlc. ,.....,..etc... tired p.ra.ns. N*cklldroa. .. orpel Cootail .. A C. Were both, concrete .block.. 1210 lilt'* what. I'm .looking. for, 1 I R.2 I. CH&A. LR, DR. KFI. R, Lot Wit 200
.
6464. Itekg. Ille highly ..n....... ...... 964- rate*. ......*....., quality. .. P...... 964-88IW. 292tpd F_. to9 s..p. ,... 81.. Blandlag.. St.. Starko. 964- ..'1 t. straight. te a ..... Rd. 100Cyprus

6071. 7/21 dRF.Duc"Eur/...._ ..- Cal 496-2351.2/16 2lpd, 2/23 2/16 Alta..eo 8.rin.. P....., 8M58. Itpd II.' eoalractl' RALPH BRYAN CH&A home.' garage. barn prim 10 A.
OLDS: VS'foM CRUISER: ) : and last 3o5.33,45eii! Realtor. ,964-8788.llckg. II.' pecan free Rd. I*

1175. V ......,.. at.tloa with GeBoeo T...... E. PIANO TLNINGi R..... I BKDROOMDUFLEXIUalaralekod cjIRECTOR' -! (i :75i. MOBILE HOME WITH 10 -- 20 acre well.tank a pel,cleared and pretty

....... fully equipped, erne.end. V.p ..wotr pD.! from pia..* wanted, anyceadltloa carpeted. ..RI'" 'lIpe..hl.l.SREC U ACRES 3472 doublowUo. WANTED Mature baby;; Ralford Rd. 1 Vj acre unusual fruit free*. cozy, :
., priced below, ...k... Andrew Pharmacy 356 W.M..I. W'D'' '.. George, love, ........a... N. pole UjCOO) ales <.r pl...Ug, just North of Stark, liter. Must .... .kI........ horn.
BUI W"'. 473-3053. Ille .. St.. S...... Z/I 1228 Blaadlng. St., 964-5287. or .hlld...... 124 N. Myrtle ostabhi.hoaI.. a. sad 530.000.904-5271. Itckg. 116Biic4.ir2 Watch.. baby 4 day a woek
BR home a Rd I2S.
4acre*. 2 moblletaClln.1e
ttpd /M Stpd IIIu"iMYiiii ttpd. 2LIBABYSITTINGs St.. 1130 ... Call 964-8082 and *ea b.lr* aid after
alter. 6 p.m. Itpd 2/16 dnlnlctntlia. ... al CCTA ';: .....,. Yea ...... .. mla Hampton CH&A. spacious frame" 1b acre lot.
BANK Pkk-ap RF.PO SIOOO.! ,Farmer 1971 GMC s.dD..1.r. : 'i Gii' AUJamlaeM la-clean, SREC rMi sad.hi .CEf l>H.K polIcies. with. BR, 3 .ha, garage, well, hi 11..,..... ... 473-321. 12 acrei. 1 BR. 1 bath' centrcl: W/ A

....,.. Smog. borne ... "'.'. 3 BEDROOM TRAILER CH/A new carpet, drape. Itckg.. 2/14
Bask PJioaei 496-! 1'-"- ......&1.**, ..*. rtfulitloH. 1/2 oil 301. STARKE
table .......... Hat ..... and Individual Furnl.hed. water and lower aero 829,900. :
1101. TII.hjf lIght Ngkte.tongue .. .lllc. .Uoo.i I -
MInimum .n .
Ph. .
994-8771. 316COUNTR ;
and floor .,...U... Daily or weekly.Can provided, ., 782-3332. Itpd Itpd WANTED Void relrlger.
d.U".... and groove sot Sally CraM, 782-3534. 2/16 ,.aP CETA AdratoUtr.Uv. ate,.. ........ ...... la 1240 Blending, CB CH4A' excellent condition,
up.Fin..ci.g 2/16 e....I.oc.! Mild.al of FTmiia": *f Its good ......U... Pkoae Dab- many .01'1I1. .
available. to 48moatk lUkg -
t FOR SALE .. 60 op.1.. ... TRAILER! OB Crifll ..... H..ilteo. Se........ srUaioa beet Brick .._. oa 1 acre.I6 ...'. D........, at 964-7923. Near school 2200 96. H. 111,500 51..1 B. footed
pay --- COUP
Cosfity.
Se..1. of S.......V64-6020 .r JOHN STEVENSROOFING Call 964-8816. Itpd II.' dac1rShhI. 1111$' 32 pool., Hellbroia tl/.h, 2 story Oood repair. large room, beautiful
.
9o4-60tl. 5/13 .11.... COt All typo elrooting --- degroe Spring 3 .1. N. oa 8R.... GOOD PRICES PAlD l7r ,.75 landscaped areas with gracious old ,home
SMALL ACREAGE! Rt. 3. tree ..U...... 2 BEDROOM HousEiUafurniohed. PROJECT BOOKKEEPER: SerIous buyer. ..'". P..... maid mobile home .U exert' Handsom contemporary 410 sq. tt. PR fireplace

box 52. Lake Butler 4963481. GUNS FOR SALE 22'. ....... ........ and. .carpeted, treat |S 2/16 :Itch, 3/2 25'., and 381, fold atinhaler1 m......C.I: Galn.evlUe. 378. porch .t.'., room ..... raccrd ...*....1 trMiMtlo 2tchg 3/23 OL1N1 MOBILE, HOME '- lot CH&A. Fir .
.:*_01....... tl.hgFURNISIIlNGSt 9976 alter 6 pjn 2/16 dtpd room big yard. Bear schools. hr CETA pr.j.cts J : prprpcrrcll SALES H4.I1108. 0... 7 Madison large corner *
-------- 3/, completely. ,........... 815O "' *dor prm.*U.d BY OWNER C-;; dswool/ebg. place

MISC. BALE Chair: *, bed. N.. sad per mo., lire aad .mot ...t" .. .tk. .r r.lmburum..u block.. 6 room*. 2 baths 3 17000 rental. Church St.

mmp*. TV couch oacrame. used livIng' room ..1.... now BUYING"" A NEW CAR u advance. 964- OZO. tf/cbg" .. ...*H.ry. I.... financial' BR. ale. .hoot aad anr. ., tuDy .WANTED TO IVY Mobile Green ACres 'lot -.quiet. great neighborhood

plait. nteve, ....h.. aid and used ..atr....*. .say TRUCK OR VAN? Save ......* .. ..,..t.... l>...lr. carpeted CB shop. 20 I 30, borne ..... sad tire. TOP .
need .. maD ..U.... |wUItrad other I..... BARGAIN fact FURNliiiiU kle qn..lllkutl*i High .a weeded .lot 130>240.Keyatoao .*. paid.. P...... Lake City COMMERCIAL
I.r.. buy ....11 used money by having llr.t. SIESTa 1 bedroom. utUltle.' HI collect 751....., after 5:30
CENTER. iOt Sooth of Send 63 for doawr-eoet. School. .r.d...U with .bookkxplif Pkoa 473-
............I. See exact Included.. No ,
John pole or .. .
at Stark.54467L. .". 3 ... 2330. 3/16 2tpd 3/23 .1 7IIa..lIJ. 1/12 pd J/2
seursos.
.
quote. List' make, model, H. CB St.
739 N. Temple' A.,.., all" day children 314 N. TempleAve. 1 SSO.OOO-1.000.q. Bldfl. Brownlee
Sat ... S... Itch 216CASH aamo, .......* sad ph... .. Slarko. 864-6404 er aiwrlMMe. .ki piyrcll orrelated LADY WANTS TO BUY Best location J01 S. TuckS drive' '.In
PATIO COVERS 10.20
for ,
number. P.O. ... 1163 kavkkeephf. work or F OR RENT OR FOR SALE 12x60 meklo ....1972. 73, -
FOR GOLD: Sterling, home. and mobile .boat... ..,at... H........ F''.. 964-7341. 3/16 2tpd 2/23 eoBikbiatlal. aducitloa. >adoiporloBC or 74 ....... Caeb. .,...,. Antique shop -'' Laoytey' 301Attractive
Jewelry ...I......, coin.. SI99 ".t"' ''. SI59 .oam-. 32656 er .h... |19041| 473- / *. Bodblo. Mail Brick. homo. 3 BR. Rd 16 .tRd. Write P.O. Boa 907. S......, office bldg.. ; with ampin parking
dental. gold. Will vblt' you tdUod. GATOR ALU 3383. Itpd 2/16 FURNISHED ROOMSAPARTMENTS b* r.ald. .*t ol Hinataa.SawaaM 121 la R.I..... 1.7 acre -- -homo PORT ST. LUCIE Lot (1,000. Owner financed.
.."........ Ph... Mr. MINUM. Ph... 372-8767.. I bedroom *r tame Cauatjr. lead. ph.* 1-387-1908. 2/t WANTED! MobOe .
R'U.' .., 4'1&.1089..2/2 4tchg 4620 N.W. llth. St., C...... LOO.u GFORANEW with private balhi CH/CA Itcbg 1111PiO.lE Ztchg. 2IS24a60MOLEIMii3 axle and tbWll MOBILE pick HOME.p.OLiN'S .
vlllo.ll' roavoaleat. .. dowalowaarea. -
1'3 !! tfehgWATSON'S CAR. TRUCK OR VAN Houaokeopmg. asS utl- SECRETARY: SALES 964-5606. Opea T FlorBdnd Realty

WOOD BURNINfi8TOVE8t HOUSE OF Looking te save money? A .. .......... N. pot. IS5J13-7.176)) will provld.acraUrlal ac.. in .... are*. 3 BR. I days a week. tl/c',
Imported and VACUUMS Many brandeol. BOW car .broker ... help yea Adult living. ..... 314 N. ....pUo..., bath LR. DR. ....k.... ..- '93N.T.p'.A.' ..

'_..t". Ph... 1-396-6828 ... ........ aaodnuchlao. solve both of th... Temple "... Pboae 964- datlo t* CETA Director. nook .t."., .....,...to., ":"IIi Starkt.rU. Lil.anC.IarBon:
for .Info ... ..... ho.... ...II.bl.. Emport problem Call for free 5464. 2/16 2tpd 3/23 Matt typ 35 wpm .... dl.hwe.h.r. CH/A. carpet -- '
Wood Steve Store. 30S6 ..p."', all make. Part aadaecoioorle. detail |19041| 473-3383 ., E..rI........lr>bl..bat not 10x10 .....,. bldg. 1 ails. L MISCELLANEOUSGOT 004-7700 Real Estate 'I.
Beach Blvd.. ..... 32207.: 2/9 for all vacuum, writ P.O. Boa 1163.Keyatoee KEYSTONE--------- ......." Mail be a rail. North ol Morgan Rd. ell 8H16. ...t ---

2lehf" 216DOCATp6o .,...... 404 NW lOUt H'... .'1.. 32656. Commercial ...., of Iliolltail. S....... Job T........ HacrlllcoS16.XH BRANCH OFFICE
tonedBB.. 1400 .
A".... Calnoovlll. P...... Itpd 215INCOME ft.dwolllnir. or Unloa. Ceuntjr. Sendeppllcatlo ) Phoae 964-6047. A TASTE FOR ADVENTURE Fear bedroom. Frame US' 301 NORTH
: "puFpTEsT T2 370-71*0. .tll.h,:_ 100x163 an Hwy.N ... reran to Itchp 2/ ? Yen will had' "It Memo la city. 811.000. LAWTKY.: FLORIDA
21 North. S27S ...
wk.. ..... 2 female.. 2 ..1.., TAX SERVICE, per Hawaaa River. Economic' m the Navy. Travel to exciting ---- 792JH06.
610 eack. Ph.... "4.7287 NOTICEI, "QUASART.I.. Courteous, compatent, KEYSTONE REALTY! CoitacU I.... P.O. Boa. 70, HOUSETRAILER 10x48. S ....... Work. on apace II Aet. ad. tr....,. -
......hol....,nut pius, 10p.neo.t .........t..l. Low 4n. 26.4 Phonoi 4311022. tl/." Priced 135 el 2baTbI .
after 5 .... Itchg 2/9 .... price tf/rhtj Live Oak.. FI:32060. or bring BR age eejulpmeat.. Got top right en eel 3 BR. block home,
sad h'. Checkprice
---- C.J. Vaaxant'e Ueed Car Lot, KEYSTONE 3-BR7T t* 119 WIlbur St.. Live Oak.. .....IIt.. career training. H....... HAA. .King. 5 .,4 .fct
5
aaywkero thorn com L..t.,, Phone 7823321. Information.. call ..,.... ..---
For and For 132.0110.>
GARAGE SALE! S.t. and. more e great more "tc.
hero. (bio I I. cash only. AllTV' fully equipped .kitchen. .: : _
J8un. 7 1/2 ft. x 3 1/2 1&. must bo ordered ..... 2/16 2tpd 223CARPET CH/A W/I) .hook-up. carport 362-6164 doling. '.t. lor [ ..NSURANCE] .Information, contact Chat .48...Acme 10 In Lawtey area, Far.. 3 8R.-I bath brick. ,
tract
23. acre ,
372-6289.
Feb. :: Or
I pplleatloo Equal i.e me atBradlord
.Ir.. and Kelly.
plane. area PU, 1 week. .It 10 Mock. JIM'S INSTALLATION largo lot, S250 ... } Employer" 10 .- ---... II/A. 2 "..p....*.. bare
...... SR-21 acroeo from LII opportunity Square Monday
I Champ. 473-1392. Itchg 2/16 FURNITURE 455 Maim' r Experienced I. all .KEYSTONE REALTY Itch, 3/16 '_:_ ... to 2 ....| Thursday I 100' let .. S_.... Lake. with, '7 aer... -.61.0001 10
Street Lake B.t"". 3/16 ........ dealr. local night 473- 2814 IfckgFURNISHED WORTHINGTON p.m. te S p.m. 1/13 17lckg. ---- acres; 8TO00_ .:
tll.... and weekend. work. Call INSURANCE Rlherd laouraaco 4/28 V.., well buIlt s BR. COB.Block : .
leaatlfttl .... .. .home lt.
{REFRIGERATOR! 12 cubic Ralford. 431-1522 alter S i ONE BEDROOM SPRINGS Social correipon- A.n.,. Farmer .ho.... leaed forbaelao. eacr /
[...t. Hotpoml.. .Ilk. ...., ONE TO FIVE ACRE .... APARTMENT. 8110 dost. .......Contact Skaronflak. and D...... B.... Budding. FOOT" -WORLDS 811 ...rvleepopukir .., just kick .1. S *. endup: -: 12 PT !I...
...atl.... SI30. 514 8.Epp.r.os 835 Union Co Tint*.. 498- Phone 496-2101 Lake. Butler '
... .
_. monthly plus oecurltydepo.lt. akoea
TRACTS la Koy.taao .'.*-,. priced aid .ppl.' cooler. .6 acre* ivatrlrted le
8u, Ph... 9041071 Height.. In ....h..b.. .. of CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIES 'light 1..1..... 2281 1 0/11 tl/chg .......... sow .he. a -.--- ....... 'lu.ln, 230 WHaoaR4. "

niter- 10 ... Itchg now Borneo. (I.... tract per W. are now Ph... 9648071. Itpd 2/16 EXPER1ENCSVWAlTRE8SELi MAINES'INSURANCE dealer.Mp. available. .lafltarh Have ..... tU. .. Mil 8a2J020j.v-! ... : ,

lie nit mobile .....1 I 1 1/1 Mocking. mla of fabric.. Free ------ : Part. tka.L AGFNY l ISO H. Lake. A..... .. latero.tod? CiflMr, :, property ,I.. 8R11 mifamplee. :2 BR ,faraidiod. from> .....
iii.a .tI..." ............ !il.elth '...... :....... &:... L lil osJu9hW.t ....._......,. ,,. ....r... B.t"r. ..49I3i7L. Albert.|.O.r7J7- 633. matr come to Bad ., and
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'from S200 down, S40 porous --- -
...... per Lake Suti.r5 contact Cheater r .thPtud.. P....* .komo. 2 .large
| E..I. kuntlog dog.Female. Commercial' frontage oa SR. 'ALCOHOLICS ANONY. RoborUon/165 N.W. 4thAv see Marymay Evaa. tfchgFULLTIMThIjThj In Ineuraklel.. efW-ilM .,'4"'6.290J. .... 964-7700 )" ...... black ;

Pken 96465U.Itckg 21 available.. 0....' 473- MOUSi Phono' 964-6894 or ... or call 1-613-433-3174.. I..." .". coverage .by 1/2 ItchgWATIRS V..aI. P.Od.. BR. I-err* 33.000..

..1118'LABRADOR 4375. 2/2 4tpd 2/23 964-7619. .1I.h, tla/chg ph.... JOE USHER R... Reel E.tale' :MJJ A.r.e 107 i.n 3U'
with Experience. Call 475- AGENCY 496-2126 or 4911. BrehorEvca 856.500.'
-- -- ----- SEWING MACHINES ------------ 2377 after 8 .... llcbg 2/16 *. 964-5474 Form -_ :.
[ RETRIEVER 12-14 ton of shell cora. Call to Lake. 2903.
REPAIRED! All .. 2 BR HOUSE ------- ,
8.7 lOOM
I PUPPY 9 week. old AKC 41)6-2238,2/16 Itpd ..... Phono 496-2903 SURVEY'ciREW ecrec corner -
.1.. ... oifed' aad .J. Butler. er HELP BULLDOZING P.I A.d..... 100 A 11 J.SIM)
Ireglatered. *75. I male.. I .
67. .. Jam*. 4U6-2I28. lUhg" 2/ WANTED Far : _
E ........ 473-3622. 2/16 2tpd E G"Umi.: OO W..k/.U. n.w loadarvcylng Associate M4-7739
Morgaa office opening la REGISTER I 3 I Bit .,... M I '/2 acre
12/23 a Bulldozer Work -- -
puppleoi" 6 wk.. old.. 3females Road eod Hwy 16.:...tl/ehg!!. liF.DROOMT iA'iLER Stark. Call 496-9107, Lake. Just St.rKag 14.71 _ _
S35 .ch.. 3 melee, Outalde of Lake Butler. 2/16 Large oiSmall
"bailer luhg LP GAS Associate 782-3898 as
acr planted ptoet 301ouih.
Dry Fb-owood for Sole ph... $10 each. Itpd 2/16 INCOME TAX HELP Phoae 496-2903 er 496-2126.
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I 782",177.2/9 2tpd 2/16 .EXPERIENCED bl* rate. Veda. R.Prultt Helm..2KITCHENETTESe/- ______ HENLEYELECTRIC 308 S. Thompson St *Land Fill 'PP..1a ocre.TlllU Nome

Lab. City.' Calk 7524549. : I BR 1 964.5888C t.. Lake, 3 BR. Mil 833.SOO
FAULKNERca
PALOMINO PONYT Good I PERSONALSNEED *PondsWILBUR
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2/2 6lpd 3/9 apt TV AC utilities ill..Iud. Adjolningappa,3 I a
looking dark. 9 yenra, 12 '"'"' ... .... Totally ."....h... sh & Carry WATERS E .....aa canal. 2 BK ko"... I
hand.high.875 or beat offer.Pb. OFFICE MACHINES andcaen Weekly" ....thl' rate. 431 -1700 Raiford IV | HR Mil. 2n,0m er both. for

.. 964-5410. Itchg 2/16 CASH W Junk '....,... earvlced.. Tempi Motel, 880 N. Dock '*'-''4t Sfl.OMI.( m _
bay. F.....'* Oltle Machines. Temple A.... Sta..... Phono Mobil, Home Pout j IIAnattK.M.1i: :: : :
BEIGE : ;; StarkeOr
and track Joe 81
POODLES p---: 5 car,pickup Phone. 7823020. Stpd 9847337.. 2/9 4tpd 3/2 Home Delivery Of 680 W. Madlaon .. .. '. Pheo72JNOOKOKOK
week. eld. Call 864-6283. Shaw. Roy Petllt 496-2131 100 AMP- '110.00 t 721596OL1NS L

Itpd_ or..4yi:2829.: : .8/4.tl/chg. !! 200 AMP192.00 J Cylinder & 2.105: N.TrmpleSlark .
UNDER NEW ..Florida T

| HAY FOR SALE Argentina DISABLED Will.... out your VETERAN garage If MANAGEMENTMobile 3 Call Collect I II I IWei Bulk Gas 645065
Bahla, fertllUed,, ae weed., CARDIN BROS.
allowed to keep the unwanted --Se e- DISCOUNT! oPt SATl-RDAY Y
SI JO halo. Roland II'....
per 473-3406. _
junk. WAREHOUSEHWY. 10a.m. ...
! 964-8345. 2/IS 2tpd 2/23 Now Hae Available Homes'For I. RUVKHrN.
tl/chj! !!__ PRECAST PRODUCTS Drilling lee WEST Reg. Real R.talo Broker
!; THOMASREALTY STARKE, Come a** a* at our aew .
I 1974 CHAPARRAL BOAT) SEPTIC TANK GREASE Monolithic Rent IB 964-5606 location ea Hwy 301 North. Phone 64 78269MNertkTempk "

75 hp. Chrysler. motor. Take TRAP ..... ., now Ha., Including! 2" thru 6"- Open 7 day.a week. access from Highway Ave.
.p i paymentn. 964-65NO. ....on.b.... Joe Faraytb Step. Parking Bumper, In Country BUILDING NEEDS Patrol Statw < I Itchg 2/16 b.ls.s..ppr.ci.ed.33ltIh. Sloping' Stone., Plantera,
431-1022. All Fast Rotary -- - -- -
E... 621 North Walnut St. InS Pnallng 4.99 'Completely. furnished
.. 20r3 .
ll i: tcH Til7'-iiid"--;. St...... Florida. 32091 .
SAW SHARPENING prilling Equipment Strip laeulatUra .20 SQ. double. wide mobile .home.tea .
Dropoil 964-6750
I know there I.* a DEALERS: Pboae 964-6162
.In Keyotoa at the Ac.llsrdware U-8.3018. Bedrooms'Furnished I>4. .75 must ... this' te
ONLY AUCTION
.v.ryMonday In M.b-o.o at 1m STATE LICENSED Formerly A.J.Thoma.. 2x3 .70 appreckite It. e.lled teamoag

I ., 11:30: a.m. ComeI Hmitha Morvleo' Stubs aad ......I...... Real E.t.l: 12-2 Wire 12 11I1t. tell pines. .. large 1
I and .bay In quantity 301 We.tera" Auto ... Midways. Or -' Drain Field. Pip 4- .25 Ft. 1/4 acre lot. AdjoInIng. .lotavollnbkt. "'.., alee. brick .homo mlew
i AUCTION U.s. 301 North .Pumps On ecre horn 01'.., .. ....
lauld
!! - .. Owaor aaxloaate iillllly .3
I (Old M.... Ledge.) S......, I. Lake. Butler, W...... CONSUMERSROOFING UnfurnishedPhona ..." .oU.1 end mobile FINISHED&L'NFINISHEI3 eetl. Price reduced. Call BR. I b.lh..
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I 2/16 2lcgg 2/23 Auto: la S. .., Radio home oa SR-100 South .
Shack. Dealer.' SUrko Paint. CO. ; New & Used :' -.. -
tlnnacbig, from
owner Fr.... heaw I .m
'- UTILITY en *cr
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I REDUCE SAFE A FAST c. In Orange lloigbta.Crosa I3.20O. -- -- .........,..
BUILDINGS cavalry, very
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with' GoB... Tablets aid E-; Road <*....." laIliwthorno ResidentialCommercial Bill Austin Sales-Parta-Seryice PECAN TREES surround
Price Start at 1595. -
this 3..bedroom .brick
Gardea
BC lovely
Yap Water Pill fromAndrew tA Acre with .epllc Uak.culvert Delivery Free within .. .... S Acreo, :North; el Slarko. .
Key.ton Equipment. Phone 4751322. E.Z Terms and water, ready "...., ..... ., 1
Drug. Jut elf L'S 301.
county, ..... 835.000.
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Height. 2/16 Zlpd 2/23 2/2 4lcbg 223BILLS All Work Guaranteed 964-6114 ..... ............... lor mobile home Hamptonarea. 3/4 -
--- --------- Sll.323 owner will FINANCING ACREsTmootly Klng.ley\ I....' Doublewide .
Collect weeded
Call
NEW ITEMS EVERY DAY' SAW SHOPs. Complete .f..I........ !... fInance 15.800.* AVAILABLE... 21 with' 3 '.01._., I "bath MM. 3 BR. 2 eatbuilding .
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Now ..........1.*. used. sharpening ",,,''c., IOMGC1IAMP -- *. large shaded. let.
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I .........d..... Antique and circular.. hand carbide. Phone 431-1700 ,.., BR. I bath. concrete :\EW l'IIED! STOVES family room ceatral boat *
I lint. .. Home and Building. New Installation block house 'm city with' AND! REFRIGERA1'ORIIIB aid air.' Large bare andwerk.kop. .._..
junk toe much to chain ....r bl. .hollow Raiford FARM 3 BR CI .on
LAWTEY VARIETY. SR ground and. h.I...... Leaveat Materials carport ..d paved, drive. 10 acreo, 60 pecaa tr.... I

I 225 W. at U.S. 30.. Y'all Jackoan Building. Supply Phone 475-2908 -WE BUILD-. Remodeling ..,. By appt. only. 3 ......_--.2-bath--m ...... buOdlag., |lit.... workakep. .

,..et? all.... 8t..... ., KeyMoaa Height. Keystone Your Plans Or Own F. Del.no Thorn Large ream AppHaac .....,* .ban..I.)

I BEEr F7)R'FREEZER tL! __ Repairs' R... Roil E..t. [ ..er....... Price. ..._.... -----
: : Any JR. RCAMES HEATER Free Estimates Your Lot Or Dun .................... Broker RALPH I !Several commercial lot. e*
..._ Contact Fills .
a. FREE ESTIMATES Olllco RENr71i
(LEA.MMJ AND REPAIRiWhiter FOR BR'apt.Ivralahed 301,
Sullivan. 9644350 day. er47347S4 I Is ...... It. lime to New Construction Remodeling Repairs DurrancP'6M'P'S&'s 9644162 .T BRYAN er eiafuralabad.P.alH.Faalkaor, ... -- -
...... Itchg 2/16 .... I2 .. sad t BR CB .home,
h.". your kektera ---- * furnace cl..... aid ,. Repair Or Remodel Addition. & pr E......* Real Estate with 'family room 2 "t""'..

HEATERS Wood h.ater.. .h....... Call Jr. Ream..' Tar And Gravel Homes Bought 5332210AS80CICTE8: CH/A W... el ......,.

.....b... ........*. boater teds,. 782-3326 or V64-8962. Sold Traded COMJP.ANY :,, 2M7 N. Temple .. -----
e Shingle Roots ,, f RkerAMecktIe 3 BR. 2 bath bleek. ...... laSaraUga
drculatnig. h'.'.,.. electric. 7ip____.. ," 964-8788
.beater. Aloe electric and ---, 864 N Temple Ave Steve Simmon H.lgkla.
*tevo. and rfrigrater ACREAGE FOR Eve.964 4881 OFFICE OPEN. '. .' -.. --,e,
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BARGAIN CENTER. 301 THE WifE I CERAMIC STUDIO Starke SATURDAYS I,.' 11SVNDAYBYAPPT. Ir... L.'..1..., T.. 20-ecre ,tract very

South. ., Stark. 9646679.tfckg Lawtey. U 8. 301i\Qamrd Indutlrlil Park SALE 964-7081 H...... Epp. I Ev.sisgs944442. .........*. just .fl SB-16 -

782-3225 -- F..9fl4-MII ....', i \ SUM M.BakkeaEv.llnf paved read.CEORGE'ROB'ERTS..

FOR BALE, Diamond L..m 'the world's mo.l la.cm.ting hobby" Free CI..*.., 964-6853 W. .have acreage from 964-6172 '

.... over ;Wed. And 81.. t Te 4 p m. Friday 7 To tOp m. Highway 301 8IJKW an ..... --- .JR.Reg. .
needle. for any .0. South STARKEi Fereet Height, notrlcted.. ..... bnlldmg altea.Beautiful Vada BtdeEalag Red Estate ......,
246 ....If..... ..... ... kav. Call Time Protorred.Grs.r.or. Plnli. Starke Heavily Weeded tote, paved eiroeto. Florida We .ka>-. -...-.-.,Ior- mobile ... 9644944 ..... 964-7826. '
them. all. Dehmer' .. Crmlo Bupplle Cuetom Plrlno. Duncan IL Term.. .. 1/4 mlo
P.... A LIght, west 8R-16. past ......1 .'
DI.....'. d/.'. Morgan Reed. *B loft at.'!! Call.I aboal now ho... --.0 OPEN Saturday A ii.
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lectrle. ...... aid w.ohere.Dnhmer'i ---s- MOBILE)
iQ) Deybl. let ea SR-230 Eaol.Coraor Let. 1.025 square .have ...am.raIaIproperty HOMESERVICE
fH._... Phone You Buy A I.... aid *-. ladaatrialprooertyt
S64-7923. .".... .,_ --- ..- POtES
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BUY B bB. **.. BUILD a SALE 100 AMP
I BRASINGTbNc.dUIae Mobile bottom.. 40 acre wIth. 1350 foot .. SR-219. T_.. boa. **, er SELL. heeaelEir.alag.

I Oldsmobile SHAMROCK FEST CONTROL Trail. Let. with. .. without .......... T.,... aad W..k.. .... atHHMKAVB
l-: .Home Other H.... e* and elf water. alii AU. I. TeyUfIl8fft
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COMMIKCIAL S IIISIOINTIAL A. PATRAY REALTY
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Page It 1 Kl: .Kl.lt U'll Feb. III. II.! MIN

LEGALSNOTICE I.a..aalasae. Pine Level Buptii t Church Newspaper First Baptist ChurchSince : I j
LEGALS
ss aa_. -- .
The Senior High streamers. The tables of the Civic Chorus President and
ALICE FAYE BROWNING wife. Young the resignation
Florida, and the public in and to OF ACTIONTO decorated with red of Chamber Singers
were
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Case No. 78-17 People of the Pine Level former Minister of Music member
BRADFORD COUNTY the land lying within said portions : EDWARD f. BROOKER J. Baptist Church held their candles and bud vases filled Billy McRae, son of Mr. andMrs at the University of Florida
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONIN of said streets said planed JR. and PENELOPE POST NOTICE OF SUIT annual Valentine Banquet last with red satin roses and Donald McRae has and a featured soloist In
his wits
RE: Estate Of streets being described as BROOKER. NEW NO PROPERTYTO Friday evenlng'at the Garden greenery. The head table assumed the duties of direc- .rlous organizations. Whilealt"ndmg
BURKE I. ELLINGTON, follows: OFFICE BOX 291 : ROBERT M. BROWNINGYOU Restaurant In Starke. A totalof centerpiece was a large the music program at the university Billy
Deceased. Portions of Maggie Street AUGUSTA. MISSISSIPPI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 33 were present. arrangement of red satin ting Baptist Church. was Minister of Music at
First
File No.Division. Minnie Street and Martha Street. 39462. an action for Dissolution of The Pecan Room was roses, white hearts and bows, Billy graduated from the Westside Baptist Church In DI
lying between' Block 39 40 and NOTIFIEDthat Marriage has been filed against decorated in a Valentine and red candle. University of Florida in 1976 Gainesville. Billy at prcsentts'the : Ie:
48 of Johns Addition to the YOU ARE HEREBY you ROBERT M. BROWNING theme of hearts and cupids One of the highlights of the with a music degree. Since the Choral Director at Brad 01
NOTICE OF Town of Starke, all lying< and an Action to Foreclose a and you are required to carve a with red and white crepe evening was the crowning of of 6 he has been InterestedIn ford High School and Middle'
ADMINISTRATIONTO being In Section 33, Township 6 mortgage on the following described copy of your written defenses, if the 1978 Valentine King and age music and has been affiliated School
ALL PERSONS HAVING South. Range 22 East a* Is more property In Bradford any to It, on the plaintiffs attorney Queen. Th queen for this and with numerous singing Billy will fill the position of
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS particularly platted In Deed BookL County. Florida; whose 'name and ad Episcopal Youth Is Miss Donna Thornton such as Stetson Interim Minister of Music till.
\ 829 records of 5 and 8 of Block 12 In the the king Is Mike Starling. groups Minister of Music Is: :
AGAINST/ THE ABOVE ESTATE Page public Lots dies, la JAMES R. FLYNN University, University of a full time
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Bradford' County Florida lying City of Lawtey. Florida as Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O. Fellowship"Friendship" Donna was presented with a Florida ,Choir Gainesville employed. 1 II!
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: between the extension of Cherry mapped and planed upon the Drawer 1030. Storks Florida silver charm bracelet and a '10
I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Street and Church Street.All public records of Bradford 32091. was the silver florentine heart charm. Dean AssignedTo
that the administration of the interested parties may County Florida. and file the original with the theme for the monthly 'youth Mike was presented with a Signal Battalion 1M
\ estate of Burke I. Ellington,, appear and be heard at the time has been filed against you and clerk of the above styled courton service Feb. S, at St Mark's gold 'identification bracelet
deceased File Number is and place above specified. you are required to serve a copy or before March 13. 1978: Episcopal Church where 31 with his name engraved on It.
I I pendIng in the Circuit( Court for Doted this 7th day of of your written defenses if any otherwise a judgement may be people, Including 24 youths A delicious meal of tossed Hellbronn. Germany- Signal Battalion laIleilbronn
Bradford County Florida, February. A.D., 1978. to It on RICHARD E. WELTY entered against you for the relief participated in the service. salad, sirloin steak, baked Private Eddie L. Dean son of Germany,
r Probate Division the address of "Plaintiffs Attorney whose demanded In the complaint or The children discussed potatoes, green beans, rolls Mr. and Mrs Joe L. Dean Pvt. bran is a 1975 graduate lEI lEI2f1th 1,
1 which ie Bradford County Courthouse CITY COMMISSION OF THE address la 954 N. Temple petition.WITNESS. different ways of showing and Ice cream parfait was 1314 Grove St., Starke recently of Bradford High School -
Starke. Florida 32091 CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy Avenue Poet Office Box 995.. my hand and the friendship as they presentedskits enjoyed by everyone.lUetirodist was assigned with the
The poraonIAI representntive of : Mornll Edwards Clerk. Starka Florida 32091 on or before seal of said Court on February 3. played a game, sang
the estate is Judy E Hansenwhose ,. Itchy 2116 March 5, 1978. and file the 1978 songs and made beautiful "" 9 1IIUIIIt! :"

address Is Route 1. flu- ...s.......O..eee..u...... original with the Clerk of this GILBERT S. BROWNAs Valentines.The YouthActivities ,
282. E, Starke. Florida 32091 Court either before service on Clerk of Said Court children made and all
The name and address of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately By: Beulah M. Moody As signed a special Valentine for
personal representative's attorney EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT OF raafter; otherwise Default Deputy clerk Rev and Mrs. John Flynn.
are set forth belowAll FLORIDA IN AND FOR will be entered against you for 2/9 4tchg 32EIGHTH After crafts, the children 6

persons having claims or BRADFORD COUNTY. the relief demanded in the ... ..... enjoyed Valentine refresh by Don Denton at'51
t demands against the estate are CIVIL ACTION Complaint INTHE'elRUI i i'f UjAt': ments. Youth Counselor e .
4d required. WITHIN THREE CASE NO. 78.41In WITNESS my hand and theseal JUDICIAL The youth plan to have the 01T.
'At MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF of this Court on January 26 CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN Easter fellowship on March 19 Pepperoni, mozzarella and e e T.at
/ THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF te: The Marriage of 1978. AND FOR at 4 p.m. in the Parish House.LEGALS pizza pie headed up the menu at.al
THIS NOTICE to file with the MARVIN E. JOHNSON. GILBERT S. BROWN. As Clerk BRADFORD COUNTY for the Valentine fellowship .
clerk of the above court a huBhund and SHERRIE of Said Court CIVIL ACTION Sunday evening Feb. 12, for PRICESCHOPPED'
written statement of any claim KOEHLER JOHNSON wife. By: Virginia F. Darby, the youth of the First United sl
or demand they may have Each NOTICE OF SUIT Deputy dork MARVIN R. McKINNEY. Methodist Church with S S24x40 !
claim must be in writing and NO PROPERTY Husband Plaintiffvs- approximately 28 youth and
must indicate the basis for the To. MARVIN E. JOHNSON. 2/2 4tchg 2/23 DEBORAH ANN McKINNEY. when natural gas must be curtailed counselors attending the festivities .
Tennessee ....,. which iaI/ source of air in the Fellowship Hall. MI
claim the name and address of Ndshville wife defendant.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat pollution at Hwy 231.. Booker, Eloise Johns Doug Reddish
the creditor or his agent or OF INTENTIONTO CASE No. 78-64
NOTICE
Bradford County, Florida UTM:
action for dissolution of and Mike Whiffen headed the
and the amount an
attorney
REGISTER 3 Bedroom Fumlehed & Carpeted
.
East IT2310 N3311290.This .
claimed If the darn is not yet marriage has boon tiled against FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF SUIT committee that planned the
due, the date when it will you Marvin E. Johnson NO PROPERTY application has been submitted affair. Pizza pie and drinks .
become due shall be stated If und you are required to serve a Pursuant to Section 866.09. TO: DEBORAH ANN by Robert E, King Gen. were furnished by Mrs. Oleeta 8850
the claim m contingent or unit copy of your written defenses cf Florida Statutes notice I. hereby McKINNEY 909 South dub Manager. pursuant to Chapter Hardenbrook Mrs. Ada 1
quidated the nature of the un any to .it, on the plaintiff's given that the undersigned house Rd. Virginia Beach, Va 17 2, Florida Administrative Reddish and Mrs. Sue Little.
I certainty shall be stated If the attorney! whose name and Gerald and Shirley Meyers", 251 23462. Code regarding the control of Mrs. Wayne Whiff en 24160 .:;-v'
claim II secured!, the security address is DUDLEY P. HARDY Westmoreland St. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat emissions which may effect the furnished the cakes.
South 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Fully Furnished
HARDY maintenance of National Air .
The claimant PIERCE AND of
shall be descnbnd Esquire Starka Fla. 32091 doing an action for Dissolution of All enjoyed an evening
shall deliver sufficient copies of P A. P.O. Drawer 1030 business under the firm name of Marriage has been filed against Quality Standards. music and good food. Carpet 10,195
the claim to the clerk to arable STARKE FLORIDA 32091 "THE WIFE AND I CERAMIC you Deborah Ann McKinney Copies of the aforementioned
the clerk to mud one copy to application, the technical
Box 217 St.1\1ark's '
STUDIO P.O. and you are required to serve a >
each personal representative and file the original with the analysis performed by theDepartment's 24x70
Lawtey Bradford County Fla. copy of your written defenses, if Episcopal; Church
All persons interested. in the clerk of the above styled courton staff, and their
32068 Intends to register said to it, on the plaintiff'sattorney Sunday: Holy Eucharist,
any
March 2nd.- 1978: decision available 4 Bedroom 2 Bath Furnished
estate to whom a copy of this/ or before proposed are 7 '
fictitious name under the provisions whose name and Hi:: (); Church School, 9:45: ;
Notice of Administration has otherwise a .judgement may be for public inspection at the ft Full Carpet fi
of aforesaid statute. address la George H. Pierce Holy Eucharist. 11:00.: r
mailed required entered for the relief location! ): 14,895
been are against you following
Gerald end Shirley Meyers P.O. Drawer 1030, Starka, Wednesday: Covered dish
WITHIN THREE MONTHS (kimun dd in the complaint or Florida Department of Environmental
owners. Florida 32091 and file the supper 6:30: p.m. and Lenten
FROM THE DATE OF THE Regulation Gainesville
petition Dated this 2nd day of wih the clerk of the 24x60
Program
original
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS WITNESS my hand and the Branch Office 4000 S.W. 35th '1 0 195
February, A.D. 1978 at Starke above styled court on or before
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Fully Furnished & Carpet ,
NOTICE to file any obiections !seal l of said Court on January 30 Terrace Gainesville. Fla, 32608or
Florida March 20 1978, otherwise a
:Madison St. Baptist
they may have that challons() 1978.
the validity of the decedent's GILBERT S. BROWN .2/2..J e.4tchg....2/23.........I......... judgement against you may for be the entered relief Florida Department of Environ Kev. C.H. Swartz, Jr Large Selection Of 12 & 14 WidesTo
will/ the qualifications of thu As Dark of said Court mental Regulation District
or the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO demanded in the complaint or SUNDAY 9:45: a.m.j Choose FromStarke
personal representative By Marian McRrie, As Deputy Office 3426 Bills Road.
venue or jurisdiction! of the Clink REGISTER petition. Jacksonville Fla.32207 Sunday School: 11 a.m.,
court. 2/2 4tcho 2/23 FICTITIOUS NAME WITNESS my hand end theseal Persons wishing to comment Morning Worship;; 11 t a.m.. Home
I of said Court on February
CLAIMS DEMANDS Children's Worship; 6:15:
ALL -- of this action are
------------ on any aspect
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Pursuant to Section 8G609, 10, 1978. required to submit their p.m.. Church Training; 7:1J:
Florida Statutes notice (Is hereby Gilbert S. Brown Aa Clerk of .
FILED WILL BE FOREVER IN THE CIRCUIT comments in writing to the p.m., Evening Worship.WEU.iESDYI
BARRED COL/RTFOfl BRADFORD given that the undersignedJohn said Court address above within thirty ((301) :. 7:30: p.m., Center
Date of the first publication of COUNTY. FLORIDA W. Plympton 612 East By: Marian McRae As Deputy days of publication of this notice mid-week service; 7:30: p m,
this Notice of Administration, CIVIL ACTION Washington Ave., Starke Fla., Clerk on or before March 18. .1978. Children's & Youth Choir
Fi'hmaiy, 9.1a'" Inrlv r r'a rF N" 71140 32091 doing business Under the 2/16 4tchg 39NOTICE THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT Practice; 8:30: p.m., Adult 1650 N. Temple. Starke 964.8741v :

Htiiisun o/j .t rt "JIL (COMPANY firm name of "PLYMPTON .u.u..u......... OF ENVIRONMENTAL Choir Practice.A .
As Personal Hreprehijiiliilive of INC. Plaintiff. SIGNS" 612 East WashingtonAve. INTENTIONTO REGULATION; ""tchg warm invitation Is ex-
i the Estate of Burke I Ellington ., Starke Bradford County OF 2/16 tended to everyone.
Deceased vsWILLIAM ERNEST WILSONand Florida 32091 Intends to register REGISTER NAME'' ., ,I I.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL FA YE L. WILSON his wife. said fictitious name under the FICTITIOUS ace., -
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"Section
REPRESENTATIVE'\ : Defendants. provisions of aforesaid statute. Punuant
notice Is. -
John W. Plympton owner. Florida Statutes tr11T
George H. Pierce undersigned 1s
the
that
of hereby given ,
2nd
Dated this day
P 0. Drawer 1030 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Bernard J. DeGeorge,
Starke Florida 32091 : WILLIAM ERNEST February. A.D.. 1978, at Starka
Wells Road Orange
Jr, 1909
Telephone:: 964 5701 WILSON and FAYE L. Florida Park Fla. 32073 and Carl M.,
2/92tchg 216PUBLIC WILSON his wile 102 MOORE 2/2 4tpd 2/23 1 1O
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................. ... ........ AVENUE. FRUITLAND ------------- Smith 2699 Foxwood
p Orange Park Fla. 32073 doing
NOTICE MARYLAND. 21826 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO business under the firm name of
NOTICE OF HEARING ON REGISTER "Smith DeGeorge, Inc."
PETITION FOR CLOSING AND YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED FICTITIOUS NAME Standing Blvd. Middleburg Clay
ABANDONMENT PfWiriMUNL 'H i' An senor tn foreclose a Pursuant to Section 865.09, County Florida intends to
< ., ._* t-> L '\j jyu on the. following Florida Statutes notice is hereby register said fictitious name
STREETS, IN JOHNS property in Bradford County given that the undersigned under the provisions of aforesaid
ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF Florida: Stephen M. Henley Route 1. statute a a
BRADFORD The East 50 feet of Lot 4 of 1
STARKE Box 45 Raiford Fla. 320B3T; Bernard J. DeGeorge Jr.,
COUNTY. FLORIDA NAMELY Block 4. fronting 100 feet on doing business under the firm Carl M. Smith owners ....
MAGGIE STREET MINNIE State Street and 50 feet on Lake name of "CONSUMERS Dated this 16th day of 1;

STREET and MARTHA Avonue. in the Town of Law/lev/\ ROOFING CO.," Route 1, Box February, A.D. 1978 at Starke, "1J
STREET. LYING BETWEEN |par Plat of Town of Lawtey/\ 45 Raiford. Bradford County, Florida. (
BLOCKS 39. BLOCK 46 AND ,recorded In Deed Book "C," Florida 32083. intends to 2/16 4tpd 39NOTICE '.
BLOCK 48 OF SAID ADDITIONAS 1 tarp 3. public records of Brad. register said fictitious name
PER PLAT THEREOF RE lord County FlorIda. under the provisions of aforesaid \ )
CORDED IN DEED BOOK L. has been filed against you and statute. OF RECEIPTOF I
Page 629 IN SECTION 33 you are required to serve a copy Stephen M. Henley owner. APPLICATION FOR .. <
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH. RANGE of your written delensBs.! if any Dated this 9th day of PERMIT TO CONSTRUCTOR ) .
22 EAST. to it on RICHARD E. WELTY. February A.D., 1973 at Slarke EXPAND AIR } '-J f

I Plaintiff Attorney whose Florida. POLLUTION SOURCETO L \oA. -J .

1 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. address Avenue. Post is 954 Office N. Box Temple 995 ._!/!.ei'r: 3'2____----- The WHOM Florida IT MAY Department CONCERN of: a ) t r'L ./

\ I You will take notice that in Stnrke Florida 32091. on or be. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Environmental Regulation has I
r, accordance with the provisions fore March 5. 1978. and file the EIGHTH JUDICIAL received an application from ,
of the 166 041 Honda Statutes original with the .Clerk of this COURT OF FLORIDAIN Florida Hydrocarbons Co.
a public hearing will be held by Court either, before service on AND FOR (Florida Gas) for a permit to 1 1V \\.J.
the City Commission of the City Plaintiff Attorney or immediately BRADFORD COUNTY operate rich oil heater with a :
of Stdrke. Bradford County thereafter; otherwise! a CIVIL ACTION maximum rated burning capa- v .
Florida in the City Commission Default will/ be entered against In fie: The Marriage of ROBERTM. ciety, of 96MM BTU per hour on Vt
Room at North Thompson you for the relief demanded in BROWNING Husband and No. 6 fuel oil during periods
Street Starke Bradford the Complaint
J, County Florida on Tuesday WITNESS my hand and the
V March 7. 1978 at 7 p m on the seal of this Court on January 30. -
a Petition of George H Pierce as 1978
attorney for L M Games and GILBERT S. BROWNAS ATLASTI
,3 Sharon Games his wife/ and CLERK OF SAID COURTby
Margaret V. Morrison freeholders Marian McRae. Deputy PROVIDED BY t

which petition was/ Clerk. DENTICARE
spread upon the minutes of the 2 t 2 4tchg 2/26
meeting of said City Com T sson ........... ................ COMPLETE UPPER OR LOWER __"_.."........_..70 00 4rL.i
COMPLETE SET (UPPER S LOWER)> _'t30 00
held on February 7 1978 requesting IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR -?
ALSO EXTRACTIONS PARTIALS REPAIRS 11'
i that the said BRADFORD COUNTY.
I Commission close and abandon FLORIDA ANNUAL! MEMBERSHIP FEE "...?.?...._'3000 \

portions of Maggie Street CIVIL ACTION For free brochure. oil or write' ". .,
Minnie Street and Martha CASE NO 78.38 DENTAL! SERVICES. INC! 2055 Reyko Rd =#100 .}. $I
St <>t. l\ .'-n'. '. tion' -
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Jacksonville Fie 1
to the City r btaike:: Bradford WAYNE E. MASSEY and 390 1731, 022D1v .
County. Florida as per plat ABBIE E MASSEY. his wife, "IIt",
thereof recorded in Deed BookL. "Raintiffsvs ( .
Page 629 public records of __ FOHlf .......,... '" :
Bradford County. Florida hereinafter EDWARD F. BROOKER. JR. ._ i
described and renounce and PENELOPE J. BROOKER.
and disclaim any right of the City his wife Defendants At Hardee's we're having a special on roast beef sandwiches.

I'i m of Starke and Bradford County 2 for a$1. Even if you're not a roast beef fan

Richatdson B.S. D.C. at these prices you'll become one.
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I With I g Good at all participating Hardee's.
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The BUS Wrestling team The Tornadoes had two one pin. a 7-4 decision, a 10-0 a rematch hopefully in the match, and I feel that this '" .
placed third In the regional regional champions Alan decision and bows Just how strong district
: a 13-4 win in the finals of the State Tournament our
tournament this weekend, out Montgomery (23-0)) and finals against Johns of ter"He
of the 23 teams participating! Kenneth Cruger (MM. Palatka Slocum lost 10-5 to Trotter of said that the team will

According to Coach Joe "Both of them wrestled BinhopKenney and Bright was face stronger competition In .-"
Six of the grapplers advance Klelbasa, it was fitting that excellently on their way to the pinned by Sivena of 1'alatka. the state match, but Kielbasa 1-- _. 1'I
championship." said Ely placed fourth, winning feels they should place In the
State Tournament
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the two were Kielbasa. three matches and losing two top ten. Montgomery and '
held In Fort Myers Feb Hand regional champions because Cruger are the best chances of I J'
18. The six are Alan Montgomery have been the placing but no should .
they most Second place finishers "t am extremely pleased one +
Kenneth Cruger, dedicated and hard-working Henry Pete Martin Slocumand with the outcome of the tournament over look Slocum, Pete
Martin Slocum, Anthony members of the team.In Anthony Bright all kadthree ," Coach Kielbasa said. Bright and Ely, as they have *
Bright, Henry Pete and Troy wins before losing in the wrestled with the best competition h .
the regional match finals Pete lost 9-8 to David "We felt we would place In in this part of the state "
Ely scored 134 points to put Montgomery won four Strickland of Palatka In what the top three, at one point we and have done well, he added. r';
BUS In third place behind matches with two pins, a 11-1 was one of the best matches of were In second place, but Clay "We are In excellent shape it
runner-up Clay County with decision and a 10-0 decision In the tournament Kielbasa County had one more and have only a few bumps o
148 points and Regional the finals against Llnnares wrestling place to push them and bruises This weekend
Champion Palatka with 182 from Florida D&B. Cruger said, lie added that both Pete ahead of us. This 1-2-3 finish lathe will tell us If we can compete
points also won four matches, with and the coach look forward toment. same order of our district with South Florida .T

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I Bradford Students Win Medals In Special Olympics Y V1



Three Bradford County Fred Fayson won a second .' All participants received Travel to the competitionwas f\'
school children returned home place sliver medal. Fred, a a medal for taking part sponsored locally by the Regional Winners: Left to Hight: Anthony Bright Henry Pete, Alan Montgomery Kenneth. I
Sunday from the Special student at Bradford High In the evect. Bradford County School Cruger, Martin Slocum and Troy Ely
Olympics State Basketball School is the nephew of The students were accompanied board who provided a mini
Tournament In Melbourne Florence Williams of Lawtey. by Mary Strong and bus and gas, the Starke
after capturing gold, silver Starke Elementary student Coach Buddy! Paterson They Woman's Club and
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,and bronze medals. Curtis Simmons won a third left Starke Friday and returned Alpha Delta Kappa sorority. j Wildlife Service Approves Proposal
Bradford Middle School place bronze medal. Curtis Is afternoon. The
student Laverne McDuffie, the son of Mr and Mrs. Bobby group stay at the Eight
daughter. of Everlyn Mosley of Bennett of Starke. Days: Inn The' tournament U 5.. Fish and Wildlife "The plan," O'Connor said, The proposed expansion will
SLarke, won a first place gold The three students were and accommodations were Service had given approval to "appears to be well! thought be the subject of a public
medal In her division and age part of over 400 children participating : sponsored by the Melbourne a proposed statewide nuisance out. efficient and responsible. hearing Thursday.Feb.23 at 9
group In the state tourna- Jaycees alligator control program ...We wish you continued Tampa Airport
In a letter to Colonel Robert success in your alligator HesorLthe I
M Brantly.executive directorof management activities." "We invite comments from
BHS Meets PalatkaIn the Game and Fresh Water The statewide all segment of the populace.
w Fish Commission Harold J. proposed during the public hearing;
I. (O'Connor, deputy associate control program.(( Brantly explained. Brantly said. "The alligator
based the pilot
District Tourney director of the federal agency, l. Is carried on out in six control program will also be
1f" .said the Fish and Wildlife program one of the topics at the public

Service endorses "full Implementation northeast Florida counties in hunt meetings to be held In
Bradford High plays at 8 coaches did not know (the awhereby ." 1977. February and March."
p.m. next Friday night Feb. records of Palatka or St
24.against Palatka High in the Augustine, but think BUS has u Bradford Girls To Host Dist 5 Cage Tournament I
District Basketball Tournament the second best record. -
to be played In Green Clay High and St. Augustine VA, The Class AAA'' District 5 The championship game of lost only four or five games,
Cove Springs at Clay High. play in the first game next Girl's Basketball Tournamentwill the four team tournament will the latest Monday night to
Friday night at 6:no p.m. BITS ,i be played at the Bradford be played at 7 p.m. Saturday, Orange Park, 3938. .
Clay High, at 19-2 after and Palatka play in the second I High gym tonight (Thursday, Feb 18 There will be no consolation Clay High is the defending
Tuesday night has the bent game at 8 p.m. Fob. lOt) and Saturday. Feb, game champion of the 1977 district
record of any of the four The championship game r 1 1S. and regional tournaments.Clay .
teams going into the tourna- will be played Saturday night. Clay l High( and Palatka High There will be no games was sectional runner up
ment. BHS is 148. Local Feb. 25.I ,'. will open tournament play tonight Friday That day was left last year to the eventual state
at 6:3IJ: ) p-m. St. vacant because boys teams. champion.
i Augustine High ana Bradford will still be playing then. St. Augustine High Is the
* * ** * *'* *" Silver medal winner Fred Lavrrne McOuffle> gold 'lay I High IK seeded numberone number 2 seed BHS is seeded

I :. r A- Fayson. medal' winner .High will play at 8 p m. in the tournament byMrtue third and Palatka High
tonight of its reu: >rd, ('lav has! fourth.
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BasSmasters will hold its contention. You can bet on' Curtlit Simmons won a bronze t N 90i
February tournament on the him using the Spot. .c i ,mrdal.
Dunnellon backwaters Satur Several'of u< need a'good's
day1;H'lij 10.' H ne'uxiriiaiiieinwill 14.., .I1_ ,.:._...... I'II! x
I begin at 7 a.m:and end at tournaments in a'row. i. iaf"8 ty: 1 r r 1 !
:s p.m. "' W.T. Smith says he need a U"MketbaIl1'eam: rQ
On the last tournament )at new bass boat, gays the one he ,
I Dunnellon, the Ba masters has now can't seem to catch N ifU''t' ,i ,ii. '
found those bass.had a bad'. the fish like he once did. Left to right; Peggy
case of lockjaw. Hang in there W.T", things Crawford. RobIn Wadsworth,
Things should be better will have Ingot better they Sara III lOlli, Frances.
now, it 18' time for those can't get any worse for you Coltrane. Betty hudson Coach
"Hawgs" to- begin prowling,' and me. Jerry AUOrlff. Emma: Murphy
looking for a place to spawn. See you Uassiruistcrs at Sandra bltrnt'NludyWllllamli., t
Karl: : Hot; Spot Muse is Dunnellon ('1II1a Hawkins. Not shown: W s' 'l
hoping for a good day says he Bass Wishes ('arotyn William
nerds another win to nut him Neil Crawford


UHS Science Instructor Receives

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Award From Heart Assoc.Marie "
Excellence n_. __. __

students test herbicides City Audit.......
\M Woodley, a Union and pesticides versus Watermelon Assoc. Holds 10th Annual ConventionFlorida
County High School l science human and natural controlson (From Page II)

teacher for 24 years, was crops normally grown in sentatlve government that
recently named to receive the the area. Watermelon !bed of watermelon vines made can be more efficient to their
Teacher's Excellence award The award carries a $lop Association held its tenth of 14 karat gold. needs;' said Warren. '
from the American Heart honorarium and a citation to annual convention. Jan. 27.2 J. The cocktail party was Warren said the city needs a
.Association..'Florida Affiliate. a be presented at the State 1978 at Ramada Inn on Busch sponsored by Florida Lime personnel policy. The council
!Mrs Woodley,has been the rl reR Science Fair this April in Boulevard, Tampa with final and Dolomite Company should instruct the city
director for the Suwannee + q Mceville. crowning of the Florida watermelons donated by Bill attorney to draw up an
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Valley Regional Science & Y Watermelon Queen In.a live Ward of Growers Marketing ordinance for the city to receive -
Fair for 15 years. production at Busch Gardens. Service Lakeland straw of fines from certain mist
Engineering Nominated twice in two Speakers were George berries by Bob Crum and cane demeanors and felonies he
lost the Basketball Sheldon Representative of syrup by W. W. "Coonbottom1 haid
,\ears. Mrs Woodley the Florida Legislature, John Glenn who is Assistant to the
award last year by a very thin Stiles Director of Marketing. National Watermelon Warren said a count of
margin out of 17 teachers Tourney Set Department of Agriculture Association President tipA telephone poles was in the
considered eligible. She Is the CMarie Robert K Showalter.: Horticulturist process and should be
Nth teacher to be named to Vegetable' Crops Music was provided by the completed soon. He added the
the Association' honor roll, Woodley Institute of Food and Agri- Southern Star Bluegrass Bandon city should Incraease the rate
first established in 1972, Interestingly Feb. 24-26 cultural Sciences, Universityof Friday evening and Greg per pole to the phone!
enough Mrs Frances six students have receivedscholarships .Florida and. members of Scott's Country Rock Band on company
Stivers: Terry Parker High to attend the The first annual Super Florida Watermelon Associa Saturday evening
School. Jacksonville, first in of Florida Summer Tigers Basketball Tourna; lion Raymon Land and Debra Jordan. 19 years of In response to the city
'University Malvin Ford. age from Lawtey was having no public liability in-
the list of teacher awardees, Pro ment with 10 teams competing sponsored
now. chairs the AHA's Com- Research Participation is scheduled Friday, Newly elected officers of by Byron Hunt of Clear surance. Warren said he
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gram.A Florida Watermelon Association Lake Trucking Brokerage. would submit to the council at
mittee Science and HealthCareers Saturday,and Sunday, Feb 24
on which'annually former student. and now a 26, in the RJE gym in Reno. are Raymon 'Land Orlando, and was selected as L to It- Jane Kafford. Pam ItlltrnhouNe, Dorothy Heath, the next meeting a means of
physician and Chief of President; Raymond Petters. second runner-up in the Queen dibhs Roland and Debra Jordan. self Insurance
entertains nominations 'from Neurology at the Naval Sponsor ot tne tournamentIs Secretary-Treasurer; Wesley Contest. Ms. Jordan was givena The city has a bid practice,
throughout the state's school Regional Medical Center, James Williams, who Hansen First Vice-President: "watermelon pocketbook"by but it is not in ordinance form
system for the two awards. Jacksonville Dr Warren sponsors the Starke Super and Aubrey Caruthers, Se- her sponsor and received a Trophies for the Queen and Gayle Phillips, the reigning he added
The second winner was South- says of Mrs. Woodley "She Tigers basketball team. cond Vice-President. Malvin tab) scholarship from the her Court were donated by National Watermelon Queen Commissioner Waters said
west Miami Senior High taught me among others in Four local teams will Ford. 1977 President. Is now William Manis Company in National Agricultural was a special guest sponsoredby he had read over the reportsbut '
School Physics Teacher her classes, how to create compete in the tournament Chairman of the Executive Tampa Transportation League in Wesley Hansen of Hendry had not studied them and
Wilbur J. Schmelsser. order out of chaos with the The Super Tigers, the Starke Board. Jane Pafford. 20 years of Umatilla. NATL also donated Fruit Company. LaBclIe. would reserve comment untU
Nominees must have had a of science. She Hawks the Starke Falcons Gibbs Roland with age;' from Monticello,. was trophies for the National Judges of the Florida then.
minimum of 10. yean prior principles how to subdue the and the Lawtey Sonics. Out of Arrowhead Builders-De sponsored by First Federal Watermelon Queen, and. her Watermelon Queen Contest
recommendations taught me town teams expected to Savings and Loan Associationof Court. were Pat Fussell from CommissloneVernon\
velopers Newberry, was
experience and former' unknown physical world and compete are Daytona Green bidder Monticello. and was Ms. Rittenhouse will relinquish Brandon Jim Hoggs from Silcox and city clerk Merrill
highest water-
from' colleagues in doing it how to subdue myself Milburn, Jax. on a could not be reached
and record of Cove Springs, melon designed quilt The selected as first runner-up her title as Newberry Tampa and Corbin Sarchet Edwards .
students a '
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..whatever success that Jax. Fellows, and in Orlando. Wednesday.An .
achievement In initiating Blazers quilt was designed by Ms. Ms: Pafford received a $Iso Watermelon Festival Queen from '
may follow attributable to Live Oak Kenneth L. Parrish and scholarship from Sunland order to carry out her JeanneMarinaro a 16-year- Itemized list of 'the
was
creative science opportunities good character, good mind, or made by the ladies of the Brokers In Lake Wales. responsibilities as Florida old female from Winter Park, deficiencies are ,fisted in an
student winner will three
which produce first to There gamesFriday editorial 10.fiscalh .
good knowledge I owe Watermelon Queen. was the watermelon seed spit on page
in local, regional and my mother and father and night. Play will startat town Methodist W. Va.Church in 'Wades- The newly selected Florida Mr. Bob lute of WFLATVwas winner with a distance of 32 the audit report t or
and .
state science fa Ira. next In large part, to Mrs. 1O a.m. Saturday go A Watermelon Queen Is Pam Master of Ceremonies of feet and 4 Inches. This is the J977 pagnedmange-
complimentary to the
Throughout the years Mn.Woodley's Woodley" through 9 p.m.The champion National Convention trip Rittenhouse from Trenton.Fla. the Florida Watermelon first' time a female has won accompanying 3 / '
will be at 7 was
students have Loved by her students and a ship game played given. to Gibbs Roland due to ., sponsored by Gibbs Queen Contest at Busch the seed spit contest in the 10-< ment letter' were presented to
awards at p.m, Sunday. of Florida the city' last week by
taken numerous top master of self-paced classes his support of Ihe Florida Roland of ArrowheadBuildersDevelopers Gardens. year history
the State Selene Fair. Recently Mrs. Woodley's devotion has Watermelon Association. This New- Caesar's Palace. Las ,Watermelon. Association, iris Accountant Pat Farnsworth.
student was a Gtand Vegas Nevada, will host the Marinaro was awarded a Council members received
one surpassed the usual by not Is Mr. Roland's first year as a berry. Ms. Rittenhousewas
prize winner In the biological only encouraging high member of the Association. crowned by 1977 Florida National Watermelon complimentary trip to copies of the report and letterat .
sciences and represented the and I Watermelon Queen.: Dorothy Association Convetnion. Feb. compete In the National last Tuesday' council
achievers but average ilr i r T.H. Mancil with B & T j Harold
International Di 9-12. where Ms Rittenhousewill 'Watermelon Seed Spit Contest meeting. Mayor Epps
state at the basic students as well. Amongher Produce. Clewiston. Fla., was Beach ttJ
,Science Fair, which 'gained list of unique achievements i highest bidder at the auctionon Queen Pam received the compete for the title of by Florida Watermelon, asked council members and be"
the audit
favorable recognition crown, banner,. a dozen red National Watermelon 9ueen. Association. read report
the state was the creation of a a watermelon designedring to discus It at the Feb
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teaching. Several students environmental science to and ,Sons, Gainesville.The Florida Watermelon Association -=. .:1 No copies of the report or
have also taken top honors in grades K-3 in Union r ring was made of a 1250 scholarship,from : letter twre-
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and Talent emeralds for the watermelonrind Scald Sweet Sales. Tampa, -! I
Regional 1 Fairs Another included the to the presl,, or for
presented
county Some
popl believe It best to and a $100 gift certificate from
Search the State Junior establishment of a statesupported plant corn In tn light of a ,white, gold diamonds with rubies on 18 for karat the Belk Lindsey East.Lake Store. Soma primitive tribes believed' they could keep evil from ,the public laotTuesday: ",night!,,,
of Science papers land villsaes'by'dahinvavpumpkinon'the
Academy half-acre of' ,full:moon; Tampa ., thtlr{ : ground.
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might resemble throe of few feet depth of water
two decades ago concerning remaining In It. ",
Keystone Heights area lakes,, During 1973. when 80.2 inches
but are certainly: ) unlike those of rain was recorded for ," "; .
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headlining the Lake Region the year (twice what has been -, ..>.11. .:(..t't '' '"1 I,,,'
Monitor In 1973 which read recorded for 1977 as of ; ;t" ,\t.. 'f ; '
"Rlclng Water Gaining December 22), caused /1 f" 'i11W.J .
Concern Among Clay, Putnam flooding conditions in both .'...,.".' ,, :,. "A,'f"'".
Resident and "Rising Clay County and Putnam ," 'I, ." ,,/ ,'1"f/\. ".
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Water Still Threatens Lake County Lakes. "
Residents. The rapid water rise In '.. ,. _.
The tide hAil turned so to Ilillcrest Lake In that year f ....,. ...f'. !"7': \
speak and with thin, many ol caused residents.to move their '\" 'il.c \ '. -t
the area lakes are finding mobile homes in fear of "j'I _.. _
IhemHelvex almost to the low inundation. One family on '
Half Lake was fearful of I j .
record or>f lUfiB.Brooklyn moon r _
alone at Its las loosing its permanent home. ; "x- .1 u.
water level reading December Other people on this same lake
S. was Just six tenths above It!. did end up with two or three l4V: '
record low of w.23 ft. above feel of water in their living ..yi
mean sea level recorded ir rooms. -
October IIK8.' Breezy Point residents on
1 Lake Geneva, at a Lake Geneva: were unable to \
November 27 reading was lhundrelhs < use their plumbing facilities .
of a foot lower thai for a while without water Sol
Its record low recorded I.October ir. bucking( up in their toilets' ,, r rr) I r >rw.> .,
of 1958 of 1)9.7) feet bath tubs and sinks. aCa t r
Brooklyn recovered from it:. Homes ranging in price w j
record low In' 1'1'>11 in just from $45,000(! to$00,000, locatedon -,
two yearn, recording! its Paradise Point also ontake
highest level, IT-41 I feet Geneva, were ' above sea level oner 1 I.IW I. threatened by rising water, Br
;JO. one woman stating In July of
Geneva Miruitl up1* >Ird to 1U73 that she only had 20 inches r
Its lightest level in July 197 to go before it was in her t ? '
with 107.23 feet during the 1972: house. /.
j rainy season. Since th.it eventful year, '1''
Headings taken in Lake rainfall him continually \. re
Johnson the home of Gold decreased and with it, the .. 'I'
(Head Branch State Pork, has: lakes. Now that the majority ;:
moved on a slight upward of the lakes have almost hit .,' "r,!., ..e
trend over the pant year but It their bottom low, it appears .. .. 'l" '",'
>still> 7.82 feet below Its record that the only way to go Is up. ... -an.-
high of 1)8.30! recorded in Lee Bennett of the U.S. -p' .
!March 1 ifl.Since !. Geological Survey department t:da'm': teal
September 1976 when In Jacksonville says thata / Pictures depict the water !
record low of mi.! .II feet above rise in area lakes will I fluctuations over "p i ,
I'll li"i. was! recorded, has depend mainly on rainfall. level
i LACII 'lo'!'M) 6:1: feet us of a Nov. "We get a certain amount of : period of 40 years in
::!7. l' 77 reading., seepage from northern states, : Lake Geneva Lake Brooklyn
Sand Mill Luke, even but it would take a long time I .. and Half moon Lake.
through the droiiRht( season for that to bring the lakes backup Upper left shows
has maintained its height with ," he said.According .
only a marginal two foot to a summary v recreational advantageswhen
difference since its record report composed by con lake levels are'normal..
high in September, 14; of sultants conjuction with the -.er'. Upper right shows Brooklyn
1:12.73:: feet. Its lowest level Clay County ComprehensiveLand "r ac' during 1957 drought.
was recorded in May, 1968 at Plan a survey shows a and above of
130.74: feet with its latest level !general: decline in water levels Scenes right
recorded in December 1977 which began In the late 1940's, Keystone Public Beach show
being 1:10,82: feet. coinciding with postwargrowth -. contrast in low period of 1938.
Magnolia( Lake, located In in Florida. and high period in 1945. ( sue' ,
"The trend continued until a'aWJ 4
the Camp Blanding reservation shows Halfmoon Lakeat
which feeds Lake about 1956. then for several Below
Brooklyn, dropped below Its years, water levels remained flooding stage in 1973.
historic low with a November nearly constant except for "sfB4r
22 reading of 122.48. The seasonal fluctuations. In the
previous recorded low of mid 19TiO's! ( water levels began
123: OH feet was during the declining again and have
drought period In the 1950's. continued declining at the rate rrs
of about 0.7 feet per year," the
Valentine WinnersAt ,report stated. :
The report further stated :
that inasmuch as the lakes of
McDonala'aMcDonald's southwestern Clay County ,
.
had a party for the( Keystone Heights area) ,>< : ___ .
Valentine winners from eachof represent recreational
resources of extreme Importance cI e, I
the elementary schools .
Tuesday; Feb. 14. to the County and to ..
Each winner and parents a significant\ number of
northeast Florida residents, _
were given a quarter pounder
I french fries and a drink. the threat of their degradationis
Winners were: Hampton of major importance in
Elementary Quinton Ford, formulating a ComprehensivePlan.

sqn!! of Mr. and Mrs Quinton i iwrc
Ford and Jennie Rhea, The report shows 66 natural Y
t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lakes in excess of one acre 1 f ,y"Mc
Arthur Bruno. predominantly within Clay I A rY
Lake Butler Elementary: County. Ranging up to about
l,7.r acres in size these lakes i ,
Gia Brown daughter of Mr. .,
and Mrs. George L. Brown now encompass an aggregatearea aw. 1 r '
and David Harris, son of Mr. of about 12,000) acres and .,, .' "" '.j.:
and Mrs. George Harris. provide a shoreline of some 55 ._ was .
miles 'i ;
Lawtey Elementary: .. ,, ,
Serena Adams, daughter of "By virtue of characteristics J
Mrs. Bertha Johnson, and such as exceptional I'
Rico Williams, grandson of water quality and clarity and additional lakes, Lowcry I'Y 1
Anese Melton. the composition and slope of Brooklyn and Geneva all In .' ".,.

Keystone: Todd Sassier, son beaches many of Clay the Keystone area, were ...
of Mrs. Naoma Sassier and 'ounty's lakes are among the ranked in the top 15 Florida .,
Cherri Wells, daughter of Mr. most attractive in Florida. lakes.
and Mrs. William C. Wells. Some are also rather unique Keystone Heights I Is
Brooker Elementary: Lorie inasmuch as they were the described In the report as
Callan, Mr. and Mrs. DanielT. first Florida lakes to form in sitting atop the geologic
Callan and Link Ilollings- ancient periods hen the seas subsurface mountain which
worth, son of Mr. and Mrs. gradually receded to present supplies water for all of Clay
Red Hollingsworlh. levels. Kingsley Lake perched and Duval counties.
Southside Elementary: at a higher elevation "As water withdrawals
Alisha Gruen, daughter of Dr. than any other lake in the increase the water levels in
and Mrs. Harry Gruen and state appears to bear the the Keystone Heights area
Greg Pittman son of Mary distinction of being Florida's lakes decline. Low rainfall
l Louise Pittman and Robert oldest natural lake. Despite its levels cause the same result.
Pittman. age. it Is one of the purest The water levels in the area
Starke Elementary: Karen lakes In the state" the report are beyond the control of its
Black, daughter of Mary Lou confirms. residents and are at the mercy
Black and Richard LeNeave, Kingsley ranks third among of the geologic 'downstream
son of Mr. and Mrs. John lot .'lorld.1lakes with respectto users," the report summary
LeNeave. water quality and three stated. Lake Brooklyn ,seen today from Tasty Place on SU-21.

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. Woman's Club Tests Eyes Of 400 Elementary Students il

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Members of the StarkeWoman's the school follows up past Monday morning. 1 '.', ,
students Students at Starke Elemen- "r, "
Club finished testing questionable cases,
1 the eyes of students In gradesK which the tests indicate may tary, Southside Elementary, "f4i s" ? r I Ij II
and 3 from all five county need glasses or other treat- and Lawtey Elementary had I II
elementary schools Monday ment, with a letter to the previously been tested. I
:
will be done
morning at Hampton parent.No Next testing on !g
Elementary.Some statistics were availableon the fifth grade, Mrs. Whiffen
400 children have been the number of students says. I I"I
f tested in the five elementary found who might need visual j
schools In the Visual assitance. At Lawtey Woman's Club members .
Screening Program sponsored Elementary 99 students were administering the tests j ua
by the Community Affairs tested and nine questionable Monday included Mrs. Nancy
Department of the Woman's cases were found. Roberts Mrs. Muriel Wilson ; 1
Club. TheClub has carried out The ladies tested students at Mrs. Marge Carlisle, Mrs.
the project for the past Brooker Elementary and Tina Baldwin Mrs. Lucy y
this White and Mrs. Whiffen.Postponed '
several years after clearing It Hampton Elementary 1 4'
with the school board.

Mrs. Annerose Whiffen. ai
wife of Starke optometrist
t Wayne Whiffen. In charge of WalkAThonThe ;1 c
the testing program. Nrg
Students are tested for nearsightedness Ye "
far-sightedness, raised will be used toward
annual March of Dimes
and muscle coordination. Walk-A-Thon has been rescheduled March of Dimes programs in / # /
Each student was tested, one to Saturday, March Bradford County '
eye at the time, with a sight 18, according to Walk ... )
chart then a pair of glasses chairman George Loper. .,.
that made things blurry to 'J1 .
normaleyes then had to follow '1. \
tl
the beam of a flashlight which The walk, originally ... )
required rolling their eyes and planned for March 11, was .,
had to look at a pencil slowly postponed for one week. The .
being pushed toward their 10 mile route begins at the : ; ",:, }' -j!" '
face and tell the tester when Bradford County Courthouse, .,
Roadwith --. ........,-
looked like two. proceeds down Edwards
{ the one pencil
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A form was filled f! out by the a break at the National

ladies on each student The Guard Armory. Some used to say that a necklace the reenlng of the pupils at
l\\ ey
\ Members. of the Women's Club of Starke participated'In ,
\ forms are sent home with the of elderberries would Tina Baldwin and Nancy Robert check. this youngster's eye- '
will be secured by Elementary School.
students so parent can see Pledges MM tMhin paint.. sight. Hampton
results, of the test In addition the walkers and the money



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