Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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I ;,::W armer-Tr nd Predicted For Wefkend\\ \'; BRADFORD .CO&k .', li l\I\

", Brief reileG'roi' be 31.5 were: 15th, 33; 10th, 46; 17th, In Bradford County with 3.2 fields Usually, by.. this,11m SINCE 1879 ', i i ,

degree meani.goMr'teinpera- 80; 18th, 48; Mh,49; 20th, 44; Inches of rain [ plants are beginning to put < ,. i
tures of the llrsCtwo weeks ot and 2W 40. the week on already saturated new growth and bloom. :f .' ; ,
February brought only one Lows In the mid-20's were ground. Heaviest rains came As usual Floridians ULFdI '"I -j jJ'
freezing morning in the week, again on Feb. 14 with 1.3 Inches and find solace In reports of ne J'.'
Feb. 15-22. with a mean low of min with highs In the Feb. 16 with 1.5. The first snowstorms Tuesday "whichv";' .,
42 for the seven-day period. upper 50'.. three weeks of February swept across the upper South/ 0"r'!" ",

The forecast by brought approximately five with surprising Intensity-" ;/ t ... ,
The single freeze came. Florida Forest Service was wetter inches of than rain usual on top January of a tying up traffic on icy highi''; II IIt

Wednesday morning, Feb. 22, for warmer weather mostly ways In snow up to B Inches !i I '
with a low of 30 degrees at the lair Friday and Saturday County Agent Bobby Taylor closed and some' :t
Camp Blanding weather station with a chance of showers ana aid the unusually cold-wet businesses shut down In Nashj: j The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven ,

and 28 at radio station continued warming trend weather was causing Brad- vllle, while North Carolina?' > 1 I IIi
WPXE In Starke. Other lows Saturday. ford County strawberry plantsto was shoveling away some Pout\'., t '
Issue Feb.13, It78 ;
for the week at Blanding Dry spots were hard to,find remain dormant in soggy Inches of snow ''WI""j ; Thursday Copy }
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Mass: c Wins I 'II Vo1u1teersAvert Collapse :


Late, SeatOne ,,, i wr Ia Of I 1* .anip. on Fire ;Deptm 4 ;,'

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The City of Hampton decided not to give up volunteer fire '
% VoteBy fighting after 10 new men signed on with Fire Chief George ,
Davis at Monday night's meeting averting collapse of the :
troubled department at least for the present. ''
The new Hampton Volunteer Fire Department will hold its 'I I

one vote Wayne Massey Is Lawtey's new city councilman ($$48S vV first meeting Monday Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. !
filling the one-year unexpired term of former councilman John Bradford County Commission Maxie Carter attended the .
,Robertson who resigned when he moved to Jacksonville. ,4"f. meeting and told the members that the commission had", been ,
-r 1I receiving complaints that the Hampton Fire Department has t" '
Massey got,9U votes to 98 for Willie Strong. Back In 1961 not been answering fire calls.
Massey lost a council seat by one vote. It was Strong's first time "It Is the feeling of the board that if you can't form a ,

out.It '' department that will function and answer calls, then let
would have been a tie had one of the 198 votes not been Bradford County (fire department) handle It." he said.
voided because the voter signed his name to a ballot cast for 1 .tlQ But according to one person,attending the meeting "If we

Strong. 0, have to wsit for Starke, the whole city of Hampton would burn to
City clerk Lucille Shuford said she phoned county Supervisor -L- *- r't the ground."
of Election!) Neva Flynn and was told by Mrs. Flynn the ballot According to many of the men who had previously worked in
would have to be voided because the election had to be by secret 7. that
the department, there were many problems preventedthem
ballot. Mrs. Flynn was not told.' when her opinion was nksed, from having a functional fire protection service. Not one of
how clone the election was said Mrs. Shuford. k the beepers provided by the county are working at this time.

Itoth Massey and Strong were present for the counting, which, This year' Science Fair When Davis has them worked on the county would not pay the
was finished by 7:30: p.m. Both were satisfied with the count.: winners Top Left. Denny bill because it Included labor charges that the county will not
Clerk Shuford said. Both candidates heard her talk to Mrs. George and his solarized airplaner : pay. He said that the only bill the county has been paying is theCommissionerCarter J
Flynn about the voided vote, Mrs. Shuford said. bottom left Teresa light and gas bill.
Knepper and her digital computer 11H however, said that since he has been in ;'
Massey and Strong were friendly to each other Tuesday night ; bottom right, Dwayne : office he has been approving bills from the fire department He gadded ;
after the vote and had been friendly throughout the campaign Baldwin studies the effect of that \if Hampton could prove that they could run a .
Mrs. Shuford said caffeine on the regeneration of'planarla functional department, that they should not have any problems
"It{ Isn't even like Lawtey, for things to be so smooth, But, Top right] Students -' funds.
thunk goodness It was that way for once," Mrs. Shuford said look Carver's solar :: getting "
over Terry "We need a pump and It's going to cost. ) a lot of money, said
Sixty-one per cent, or198., of( Lawtey's 323 registered voters collector. one man.
turned out for the special election. That was pretty good Mrs. Bottom. left; Michelle F "M "We need a truck to put the tank on:; the truck is dead" said
Shuford said, for a special election in damp wet weather Alotof Gullion talks with a Judge another. "We can't do the job without the equipment
people a re also sick a nd did not vote, she said. Sonny Jackson, who has been doing repairs on the truck
... spoke at the meeting He reported that he had already put a new
Massey will serve out the year remaining on Robertson's un .a.'N and clutch assembly on the truck, and recited
expired term, then face running for re-election for a full two % EAL 1- 1NE uN THE pressure other problems plate that he had noticed when quickly looking at It.
term In the election this December.
year regular taE; ... h E NE "The tires on the rear are all different heights, he said. "And
Massey veteran on total disability, served on the Lawtey w Bhp this is only a minor Inspection. Who knows what else Is wrong?"
council in 1963: -&4. He first ran for election In 1961, but was F L Jackson told the council that he would continue to do the repairs t:
beaten by one vote by the late Milo Smith. In 1963 Massey ran ( V *' on the fire equipment at no charge it the county would supply
UKain.,defeating Smith. Massey Tan again In 1905 along with ,,. Rr4v the parts.
it 'tirya.ni..Keddlfth but the two Incumbents were defeated by Gene' r ..; 4 .,., A lot of the problem with the firs\ department a lack otcommunlcaUon
;1"-. ', 'rJ toanuriLaiid.. HuBtor.,Hfffinflf: t-.in"'n.w.jlggtf"" : :"'''! J r.yrL' JU,*"'..'. () t, fi -- -tr .,. aULC&ctfiLjle( told the Hampton officials that '.
I"', he would, take tile bMtmTTo get them repaired Tuesday bat. u xrl
,1 that another method of communication should tn found.M'1f.ls "* i I a
i suggested that the Bradford Commission may purchase: / a two- \ >J
Council Airs 4 way radlosystem for the city but that he could not speak for the
i entire board on that matter.
Another suggestion for the communication problem was a
2LP'r; loud whistle to be sounded when there is a fire to summon the

\ LF volunteers.
Audit CriticismsStarke : : Mayor William Summers had words of caution for those who
wished to continue with the department. "When you consider
letting Starke come in, it might be better' in the longrangesltualion.
commissioners went audit cost$15,104 and Includeda It's not what we can do today and tom morrow, but In
over some audit criticism'sand three-year audit cf the the future."
Ignored others Tuesday ,recreation department. Summers also reminded those who signed up for the new
night, Feb. 2t, ii. a meeting Answered at the meeting by volunteer service that any work is voluntary, there is no
with accountant Pat city attorney George Piercewas compensation for working with the fire department.
Farnsworth. why the city was not receiving Fire Chief Davis tried unsuccessfully to retire from his
Farnsworth said the any of the fines regarding position, saying that "I would like to see the city have a fire
management letter accompanying certain mis-, department with some new blood In It" He said the city needed
the 1977 audit Is demeanors. Pierce said he new officials not the old ones.
meant to be helpful to the city had tracked it down to the .. But the people wouldn't let him quit Reminding him of his
and left the report with the State's Attorney's office fd experience. Davis was asked to stay on to teach the new men.
commissioners Feb. 7 for having the ordinance all the "U the young people get with me tonight I'll be the chief for
them to study.Farnsworth time and the city not getting the next six months. Then we'll have' an election" Davis said.
said the city credit for It. Chief Jimmy And in the end, Hampton officials decided to continue fighting
finances look better than they Bowen asked about the recovery their own fires. Carter told the new council that he felt that in
have for several years. TheThursday. of funds lost for the three months the new volunteer fire department should be ableto
past several years but council + i, v prove to Bradford County that they are able to do the job
members said it is doubtful e properly, and If they can do this, then the department should be
triWw> x they could collect. able to receive the much needed financial aid from the county,
On criticism of bid practice Threatened with a loss of fire protection, the Hampton city
": : for the city, Pierce said the council at a February 14 meeting agreed to call the meeting for
: lf.J city bid practice was this past Tuesday night.
... .. governed by Florida Statute. .. M L It is not the first time Hampton has been threatened with low
., -'''';;'!-::' Other items clarified for the of fire protection.Tuesday night's reorganization of the Hamton
'. 77..:"':. commissioners were volunteer firemen is the fourth In the past several years. The
I authorization given to the cityto 'Teresa Shows Project county commission has had Hampton on the grill about failureto
use 1973 Construction Trust Knepper Top, keep Its fire truck operative for the past several years when
Fund for the repair of the funds for county volunteer fire departments were up for

.. ; Feb water system. City clerk allocation.For .
23. \Merrill Edwards said he made the past stveralyears Hampton has received no monies

nClluHpiUIKd.ikanipton the-payment after receiving Iix 78 Bradford High Science air from the county to purchase equipment. County funds for
;1p.m", authorization from the ; operation of the Hampton fire department so far this budget
engineers. year total less than$200 the Telegraph was told Tuesday.
Council7p.m. Commissioner 'Charles Bees have a Preference to Hampton's fire fighting problem came up again at the Feb.6
Schaefer questioned The Bradford High School Society gave apectai awards -Alan Montgomery. lit Color or Shape?" county commission meeting Commissioner Carter asked themto
Farnsworth on how the city Science Fair began Tuesday' to Michelle Gullion for her research place "Comparison of CVC of -Brian Baldwin, 3rd place approach the Hampton council about the problem before
Atheletes and Non-Atheletes
Feb 25 lost $26,000 by failing to enforce with the judging of the "Will TestosteroneActivate "Earthworms Nature's funds were cut off.SHUFORD .
new sewer rates In 1976. student's projects. the Development of Using Coper's Run and Garbage Disposal.Vickie ."
Farnsworth said the city Teresa receivedthe Male Characteristics in Harvard Tat"Dwayne Corbett, 3rd place
Fish Fry commission changed the award fore best overall Female Chicks" and Neva Baldwin, 1st ."Does a Child's; preference of SAYS:
"The Effect of Caffeineon
: sewer rates effective Jan. 1 project with her work entitled Flynn for her project on brand place Color Vary with Class Level?"
Community J30p.m.; Crnter from a hook-up charge of $100 Can Digital Logic Be Used to name drugs 'and generic Planarla.the Regeneration of -Elaine Nugent, 3rd place Administrator RemovedFor
to $610 per hook-up and he Produce Related Musical drugs. "Are Breast Fed or Bottle Fed
computed the difference said Other awards went to: -Jesse Adams, 2nd place "
Feb. 26Groundbreaking Tones? :Teresa that her Babies More Intelligent?
Sunday between the amounts collected project, at present, cannot -Terry Carver, 1st place "Air Cushion Air Saucer. -sylvia Pillman.3rd place, Good
for sewer hO< -ups and play tune, but could possibly "Which Color Produces the -Terri Thomas 2nd place The Relationship of Coffee to Of Hospital
First Prnb"tnlan'IIUa..t the amounts not collected. be adapted to do so. Most Heat Absorption for a "Measuring Cleaning Ability" the Heart.
Edwards said the $100 rate Denny Geeorge was presented Solar Water Collector?" of Luana Various Detergents. -Carol Flynn, :3rd place, R.D. Edmondson was trustees and chief of the
was charged to customerswho the award for the Best -Cynthia Griffis 1st place Mundorff 2nd "The Affect of Spices on the' terminated as administrator medical staff have placed me
:Monday Feb. 27 had been promised the project In the physical science 'The Effect of Atmosphere place into"Will Food Coloring Growth of Bacteria." of Bradford County Hospital in an untenable position." the
opportunity to hook up at the division. Denny's display was Conditions on the Use of Solar Put a Chicken's Food -Karen Johns Honorable effective immediatly at a letter continued.
I Hampton Vol. FU lower rate.Brought. about "Solarizing an Energy for Cooking." Affect Her Eggs' In a Two Mention,"Does the Power of a special meeting of the board Shuford said he would en-
up by' Bowen but Airplane." i Denny George, 1st place, Week Period? Pyramid Depend on Its of trustees,Thursday Feb. 16. tertain a motion for tea
,7:30p.m.Tut'tIday not discussed was an audit The best Biological project "Solarizing an Airplane." Charlene Beam, 2nd Comporition'r Before asking for a motion, mination. Hospital attorney
Feb 28 criticism that commissioner award went to Dwayne -Teresa Knepper 1st place. "Do Different Types of -Chub Johnson Honorable chairman George Shuford Richard Welty clarified the
Harold Epps might be'' in Baldwin who studied the place, "Can Digital Logic Be Feed Have Any Effect on the Mention "Pyramid Power said although he was only one situation saying that in the
BC Zoning Bd, violation of Florida Statute effect of caffeine on the Used to Produce Related Weight"or Egg, Production of member of the board he had letter to the board from Ed-
116.11 dealing with nepotism, regeneration of Planarla. Musical Tones"Michelle Quail? LightTodd Ashline Honorable discussed resignation with mondson by the terms of his
,7:30 p.m.Thursday. since his brother Is a member Twenty-five of the first, Gullion., 1st Addle Melton. 2nd place Mention, "Are Solar Water Edmondson on several occasions contract. if board action was
.March 2, of the police department second and third place place, "Wilt Testosterone "The Study' of the Effects of Heaters Effective and Efficiency and he thought it was taken he was entitled to DO
Bowen asked for discussionand winners will go to the regional Activate the Development of Fertilizer" and Water on in the Florida for the well being of the days compentsatlon and two
was told by Pierce he had science fair In March. Male Characteristics In ,Plants. community and hospital.In weeks vacation. Edmondson
Jr and Fashion Supper Show not been asked for an opinion) Winners there will go on to the Female Chicks?" -PfKy Cooper 2nd place William Thomas, Honorable a letter to the board dated pointed out there was more to'
Schaefer told Bowen "to state fair. -Betsy Yawn 1st place 11 the Month You Were compensation then just
Mention, "The Efficiency February 13, Edmondson said
:M Supper just
: Conceived-
7:30 p.m.Show forget It. Special awards from the "Are Walmann' Green Will Affect Your of CO2 Powered Flight ''on February did ask salary. He said he expectedhis
Club The law'states'' ?: "A public American Institute of Lettuce Seed Photorever- Memory. John Powell, Honorable for his resignation and on state'retirement benefitsto
At Woman's
official may not Appoint. Chemical Engineers were ,sible?" "Hy Goodge, 2nd place. Mention; "The Growth of Salt February 10 Chief of the be paid up to the date his
cm -. a employ promote; or advanceor given to DeMr.George and' his Irene '''Wainwright, 1st "The Affect of Aspirin on the Crystals In an Electrified Salt. Medical Staff. Dr. Kiert compensation ended .on June
advocate appointment.. Cindy place, "Is There a Correlation Growth of Mold." water Solution.'* Sundusadee Informed certain 1.
l t (QInmmunity employment promotion or Griffith for the "Effect ,of J Between Juvenile -Chuck Register. 3rd Gordon Newman Honorable employees of the hospital that No discussion followed a
fclalr Sank, advancement In or to a position Atmosphere Conditions on the >Delinquency and place, "What Percent of Mention, 'The "Mr. Shuford had asked for motion, by trustee Curtis
In the in which he I Biorythmsr" Drivers Drive Within the '
agency Use ,01 Solar Energy for ( ." Mr Edmondson's' Sander end seconded by
is serving or over which he 'Cooking? and Kenny Linda Richardson 1st Speed Limit?" Grlder Honorable .resignation." Lucille Green to terminate
exercises jurisdiction or con- RodrlgiM for "Determining 'place. "Does Visual Perception : -Kenny Rodrlque, 3rd Cathy Edmondson with two weeks
A.<.. M..Now lunmt Vf Mention "Will a Circuit StillS "The above actions taken by
Of' ..T."'".'_, ." trol any Individual who Is a Pl.' .e it Training a ,a! Improve, place,-4"Determining Ch_ ..4..l_Pl. MIV. rnrr ....fI > tho chairman of the board of (See PaS I)

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H Berry Queen Pageant On Tap March 25 -
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in the Bradford County School PI
The 15th annual StrawberryWuuen system and between the agei tt'tt..lfIg
pageant will be held d it and 21. Contestants will
Saturday. March 25, t p.m. In ,be Judged on the basis ot Mloft 9647608Teea
the Bradford High School beauty,poise, and personality
.aiditartum and will compete in evening

Sponsored by the Jr. gown bathing suit and street ..,..... ..... ..... ..... ..,....
Women's Club the pageant U clothes. ... .. ." ,,,,,,_, ..". .c,'.' .""....., ,... Lori Mitzel r
being held In conjunction with Deadline for entries I U
the Bradford County Fair March 15. Applications can be Honored With
scheduled March 29-Apr11 2. obtained from contestant
Applications are now being chairman Jan Norton, 533- i
taken for the 15 applicants, 2000 or Becky Roberts, M4- 1 Bridal Shower
who muni be residents of 5595. '
Bradford County or a student Miss Lori Mlteel.
Vicki Gal_ Williams WallShower I I bride-elect of Curtis. Brooks '

Jewelry polUhes one of the Becky "I <, was honored last Friday night
Jason BryantCelebrates liver bowls that will be Honoree with a bridal shower held at
awarded to the Strawberry I Hampton City HalL given by
1 st Queen and runne..up.compliment. whose Misses Annette Baldree,
of the Bradford Miss Becky Wall 1I Nance McNeal Myrtice
Chamber of marriage to Frankie Crews I @ and Frances
Feb. 13 County Williamson .
Birthday Commerce. will be an event of Feb. 24. 1 it l
bridalshower Shouppe. }
was honored at a ) ::1r
Jason Bryant celebrated his on February 14 given
first birthday Sunday, Feb. 12 Eastern Star t by Miss Ginger Crews and Ms. The 47 guests Included Mrs.
when his parents. Mr. and Feb.25Starke Gloria Sapp at their home.A \ Duwayne Mitzel, mother of
Mrs. Boy fc Bryant gave a Supper Valentine sweetheart I the bride elect and Mrs. Lola G 1 1i
jmily I hamburger cookout for chapter No. 224, theme was used In decoratingthe It.It t Williamson mother of the
him at their home on SK.16K. Order of the Eastern Star, will entertainment area and prospective groom. I
A circus cake centered the have a covered dish refreshments. Mrs. Melvin Dlshman
dining tableFollowing. Saturday. Feb 25. at? p.m.supper In Miss Wall received a dinner j grandmother of the bride and .jA
the cook-out the Masonic Hall. plate and a cup and saucer of 1I Mrs. OIlie Brooks grandmother
1J I
dike was served to the s5 All Masons and their families her chosen china from the J of the groom were the j
family! members. are Invited to attend. hostesses as a memento of the honored guests.
occasion. The refreshment table was .9
covered by a white table cloth
St. Edwards Church Hall Reunion Held with silver wedding bells.Centering :
the table was the
BINGOEvery At The Garden cake flanked by a gold can-
delabra. Chains of daiseys :
Saturday 8:00: P.M. Wed., Feb. 15A encircled the crystal serving

411 N Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. dishes and punch bowls.
Punch was served by Mrs.
delightful reunion was enjoyed Marcia Woods and the cake by
Wednesday of last weekat Mrs. Charlene Lester.
the Garden Restaurant The guests enjoyed games
vine LVE ''L? UJLII} when Mrs. W.B. Sewell of Monson and Mark Brsmon and prizes through out the
Jacksonville, Mrs. M.F. evening. Mr and Mrs. Hugh llutson
'STARKES OWN BAKERVi Brown of Mexico and Mrs. Teea Monson, Mark BransonTo Out-of-town guests Included
i .t8 East l Call St Slarke 964-5890 K.G. Duncan of West Point, Mrs. Doyle Foster, Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs..Hugh Hutson
Ga. former residents of Wed Feb. 24 Hall and Mrs Ollie Brooks all

and Starke Invited, all returned a large to group Starke of Mr. and Mrs Thayle D. 9:30: p.m. at Ammon Latter of Green Cove Springs. Celebrate 25th AnniversaryMr.

) CAKE DONUTS 1ZL their old friends to Join them Monson of Ammon Idahoannouncetheengagement Day Saints Third Ward
and .Church.
for dessert and coffee.
Tales and toasts that relivedold approaching marriage of their Another Reception will also and Mrs. Hugh Hutson Mrs. Jessie Ricks bowl persided which
I memories and good times, daughter, Teea, to Mark honor the couple on Friday, celebrated their 25th wedding at the silver punch
: PEANUT BUTTER HOT CROSS were enjoyed by those at Branson of llexburg Idaho, March 3. from 7:30: to 8:30p : anniversary Sunday afternoonat was encircled with greeneryand
tending. son of Mr. and Mrs, Jesse D. m. In the Latter Day Saints a reception at their home on 'pompoms. and
J Branson of Starke. 'Cultural Hall 1405 E. Bessent Brownlee Road. ,t Miss Lauren Lowery
CHERRY BUNS The wedding will take place Koad, Starke.All 51w Greeting guests at the door Miss Janet Montgomery kept
NUT TRAVEL Friday, Feb. 24, at the Church friends and relatives are were Mrs. Bob Paterson and the guest book at the table
J FRESH DAILY EDUCATION I of Jesus Christ of Latter Day invited to attend.Mr. Mrs. W.S. Haas. Standing In covered with an ArmyNavycloth
COOKIES79C Saints in Idaho Falls Idaho Branson Is a 1974 Brad the receiving line were Mr. and held an arrange-
) See Chief Kelly US Navy A reception will, be held the ford High School graduate; x and Mrs. Hutson and son; ment of miniature carnationsand In silver
6/70 Recruiting Station Starke same evening from 7:30 to attended Ricks College In Kevin, and Mr. Hutson's baby's breath a
hut Kcxburg, Idaho and Is and Mrs. Hutson, bud vase.Mn.J.L..
10AM. Til 2 P.M. parents,Mr.
Monday Hutson and Misses
Christian'Spring working in Rex- 4I
First presently Sr. of Orlando.
Bradford Square zio.J.I burg.. I Mrs Hutson was attractively Gina and Cindy,Sumner at-
BazaarSet attired in a red and white ended the gift table which
covered with an Army-
sheer dress with red vas
Lori Mann 'ong
.For March 8 icces series. Navy cloth and held a picture

Denmarks Furniture Company Birthday Mrs. Clifford Pafford of of The the coffee honored table couple.In the living
A bazaar It being Jacksonville Invited the
Lori Mann celebrated her the cake table which loom held an arrangement of
planned by the Ladies Councilor .4\\ guests to
the First Christian Churchfor sixth birthday Saturday afternoon was covered with a white linen Fuji mums, andsliver
,. breath,
DWINTERSALEAr Wednesday March 8,from Feb. 18, at the Pizza cloth edged with lace and hada pompoms silver bowl.
leaves in a
9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Hut/ when her parents Mr. garland of smilax roping on made
fellowship hall.Featured and Mrs. Louis Mann, gave a Rhonda Edwards the edge interspersed with Mrs. Oren
I will be' handcrafted ,,party for her, her sister, and white and silver bows. The the anniversary cake.
eight of her cousins. centered with a Assisting l in serving were Mrs.
items such as lace and Brian Pullingl.Engagement'To'rd table was
,)-i t ('II fabric flowers various Easter Cake and Ice cream were three tiered heart shaped cake David Montgomery and Mrs.
-n 1 J JI Pafford. .. ... .,,
I MTgtftSf Mand. Ilve".tiplatdoarrangements .:.served,.after the'Pizza m aU, decorated> with skiver, leaves, .,.Clifford .1.,
\ J-That evening! Lori's grand*?, / sllver+"25.!' Approximately 125"gusI
kic'tLt f and by ai
L -1 j 'purunU' ,two uncles and aunts ,, tope ..extended ./called between the hours audio,,
I 1 rrn JUi\ A white elephant bleu>.iU, .:"'' Red **! ,I 5 Those from outoftown"were '
\. include new and cousin and Mrs. Lola Mr. and Mrs Curtis Ed- down the sides of the cake. p.m.
( .uu and Mrs. Vernie
.-:: ::.....< =-- -. :-.M<< household items ceramic Johnson\ were entertained at wards of Scituate, Mass, Flanking centerpiece were Corbett Mr.and daughter of
molds and assorted clothing. ,the Mann home and were former Starke residents, an- two epergnettes holding
.. 1liiill !Cj=: @ given cake and ice cream. nounce the engagement of carnations, mums, baby's Gainesville Charles Taylor, Mr.and and sons Mrs.of

their daughter Rhonda, to breath, greenery and white Middleburg, Mr. and Mrs.
Brian L. Pulling, son of Mr. tapers of Maxville,
remember and Mrs. C.R. Pulling of Serving the cake at Inter Donald
\bu11 want to and Mrs. Gene Sumner
Mrs. Ken L. Rod
: Maitland. Fl. vals were
&lL man Mrs. Glen and daughter of Lake City,
also of
Edwards Is granddaughter
rt Miss Tampa
Mr.and Mrs. H.L.;Hutson Sr..
t how they looktoday of Mrs. E.C. Dukes Davis of Jacksonville, Mrs
of Starke.A GeneSumnerof Lake City and and Mr.and Mrs.J.L. Hutson
S Donald Jerkins of Max- and family of Orlando, Mr.
Is Mrs.
1 July wedding planned.
'''-- h---J .-_ vllle. and Mrs.Clifford Pafford, Mr.
and Mrs. David Pafford
_- "-"-" ::.-- .....-r ) '-oJ--,- son. Mrs. Jackie Davis and
Miss Lauren Lowery of
Jacksonville Mr and Mrs.
a r {rIf @ L. Rodman of Tampa.
t'j ;, I' JI n.'fi' Ken

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'-\: Party Feb. 14

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;\" ;" >:w t L i" tine's party given to the residents
i. --: .. :' 11 li ft f- Sensuous of Starke Nursing Homeon
:;,." J 14th.
t; I 'r .iIr" February
.:. .,,:'::..... ... :--- -;.i Mrs. A.C. Basford, Mrs.
,__ .-= J ft! F. t : I< cL" ,y E Maxie Carter: Sr., Mrs R.E.
J I LDJIll '< :: ( It Griffin and Mrs. Walker
McGee o[ the Helen Masters
Group, with group leader
16 Mrs. L.H. Jennings were
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U."...t k ti I hostesses.
1 V Y J. x C.lT'r t Refreshments and favors
U. .l \\k were served on trays decorated
\ with and bows
'::< cupids
III"--" r-\\r--.:: Mrs. AC. Basford pre-
I c"4 P'-. :::: JoI f I- l sented a delightful programon

: ..... rr- "Love."
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entertained by the talents of

; -D \ : 1PJm I. Miss Keystone High School,
'fi.jIff fHfNi Miss Kim Sanders, and Miss
Anita Philips, Miss Stacy
: A professional Menzen,and Miss Kim Miller.
: Everyone had a real good.

8 x 10 color portrait for time.
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Choose from our selection of

8S 8 scenic and color back Club Antique Show
We now have one of the largest selections of La-Z.Boy recliners lor immediate grounds.You may select ad-

delivery, Stop and choose one just right for your home. Best of all they're on t dltional portraits offered at ,'., '" Set For March 3,4,5'

sale. So you save! reasonable prices,with no '1300

obligation. See our large Decorator Portrait.Satisfaction: An antique Show and Sale
$18900 will be held In Lake City
Sale Priced As Low As . . . .always or your money cheerfully refunded.. .\ March 3,t,and S sponsored by
he Lake City Garden Club.
Feb. 23, 24, 25, & 26,

Save To $10000 Thurs Frl Sat. 10-7 Sun 12.5 tl The 11 year old Garden Club
tlI. hal sponsored the event, this

\' millBuslJillWf5(!:( ( : ; (! I. year display 30 dealers at the will American have a

It:ii.t I'act You Can Do Better :. a Legion Post 57 on Highway. 41

1i : -_ -". 301 S. Srorke Flo/ South.Drawings for cash and merchandise .
{'"' } := 6HM.RK" rUp.'i'TURE'' will be held several
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,. t... : s attraction, homecooked meals
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for additional
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'>! .<;:, Friday and Saturday and
434 W. Call St. ; subjects,group or Individuals In the same family. 132 ee."'!.-8tr. ,.t star,. 9:00 To 5:3Q: from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday,

Persons under 18 must be accompanied by parent or laid Docile Pedlow. publicity. ;' 1 1I

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Y,* !-' Jun1brClub >'y i*'. .' ...' "' __ March Fashion Show-Set At McDonald's: hlJ

I N i .,.... .."....\' t" ; ,,.'
; \ .: modeled
Par| ,>nng.Supper.! : : The public Is Invited to modeled from Leila's, Stan's' It will be the second fashion
,: : 1\4\ \ "I"" 1, McDonald's for a Spring Bootery, William's Jewelry, show beld a( McDonald's In '
2 .
Show Thurs.Mar. > ... .. Fashiam. lawn next Sundayafternoon Sears-Roebuck, Montgomery recent months. The first took
\ II March I, at 3 p.m. Ward, TG&Yl Jim's Styling 5 ass dhow for men
The Junior Woman's, Club .... ", I ;".,. .,. There is no charge. Every. Center, Diana* Beauty Shop. pprressents.fo ,, for Christmas
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annual .
will sponsor Its 'l/e/ t,_ one is Invited t* attend, says and McDonald's.Sandra: r their ladies.A .
Spaghetti supper and spring S ,. ,1. McDonald activities dire.claw Reddish of Lei... /" t
fashion show onl Thursday, ft, i Betty. .Allan.SOHM will explain the fashions to !the special guest will be the
March 2 at the club houso. ; .' -, .JO Spring fashions audience.Outfits for children, Easter' Bunny.: Terry Walters s
Supper will begin at 1:30p.m. : .". 1/ with eoasaorlea will be teenagers and ladles will be Gainesville photographer, will
and the fashion show J be present to lake pictures of ,
following at approximately; .. / I children with the Easter
7-30pm. / ,1 list Ls. a.w Bunny 4 ,,
Advance tickets. will be 12.73 ",1 .
for adults' and $1.25 for Mr*. .*.3. Barry and Mrs. George Flynn Jr and -c- h
children.Tickets purchased at, daughter AdrlenB.spent the Dense Neva Jayne, and / '
P .
the door will be$3. adults and a a Pil"f weekend m Newberry visiting Cissy of Starke and ?
hh $1.50, children. Ticket are Mr. and Mr:W.N. Barry, St. Mrs. Fred Field of Tampa, at
available from club president wA tended wedding of William Archie Green of Miami I' d
Chris Wilson 994-8210 and L.M. Stoner of Ocala visited Scogglns and Bonnie Dier last spent the weekend with his :' "
Sharon llyres. 904-8044 (after Mr. and Mrs. George W Saturday night In Lakeland. mother, Mrs, L.J. Green. '
i:30 p.m.) or Becky Jones 9M- Brown on Thursday andFridtp'
6922 and Carolyn Autry 964- Mr.and Mrs. Charles Myers Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy :n
67 8. } and family of Atlanta and Mr. spent the weekend with their \
Local' merchants par 1'lI !.'Ir.' lad: Mrs. John Myers and Mrs. Danny Myers and children, Mr. and Mrs. David
Uctpatlng In this year's event were Visiting .friends In family of Douglasville, Ga. .Mendenhall, In Stone
Include; Stumps, Lella's. Bret Naples, Venice and Vero were weekend guests of their Mountain Ga and Miss June '
It Jerry's Athletic House Beach |B.* petit two weeks. parents, Mr and Mrs. A.S. Hardy In Atlanta. i ..!
y Sears, Williams Jewelry and Harrison.
others. Things By Hand will Mr.md Mr.BiD Morar and ,i
provide the decorations. i ir childjfea William, Adrea and
Katie of Panama City and
r Alan and Laurie. Lawson of Plaza Barber
Tallahassee spent the
weekend with Mr. ,and ,Mrs.

hlrt,and H.A. Lawson. And Style Shop
Shan Edwards model a multi-colored tripe tee 1v ,
comfortable Jean from Tti&Y In Bradford Square.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis G. Edwarda of Scltuale.Mass. 440. E. Madison i
Khan will model In the Jr. Woman's Club annual fashion
show Thursday March 2. 9645030STYLE

Mr. Hutcheson SpeaksOn '

Energy At ADK Meeting SOTS'

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Charles Hutcheson spoke on devotional orf (.ave.
conserving energy at the Feb President Gladys. Thomas FOR
11.: meeting, of Alpha Gamma presided where it was announced belled!
was A brown poly suede Jumper; In the back,twin TCAY
Janet Neighbors
chapter Alpha Delta Kappa Is Just the number for Kathy GUIIngham.
at the Episcopal Parish invited to join Alpha Gamma In Jr The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith GUIIngham. Kathy wig
sister' sorority WOMENBy
(House.Eugenia; Whitehead Introduced Jacksonville.from a model In the Spring Fashion Show, March tpanwcd by the MEN

the speaker who Rave Delicious cherry pie. nuts I Jr, Woman Club.
hHpful hints on conserving and punch were served by r
energy In the home. hostesses Nancy Denton' and I Betsy Yawn Selected
Eunice; Searing gave the Ernestine Register Appointment Only
For Honors Ensemble<< CampBetsy ,

1 Mrs. Padgett Shower oree Yawn has been Association. R
I selected to participate in the' Forty-five members fuse All ,
tween' the hours of '7:30 and Honors Wind Ensemble Camp the All-State Band have bee
honored Mrs. Greg at a Padgett stork shower was H-IOpm.:: I sponsored by Florida StateI selected and awarded an $III Redken Products
the guests were thehonoree and endorsed by scholarship for the Hosier I
Tuesday. Feb 14. given by Amon I University
Norman, Mrs smother" Mrs. the Florida Bandmasters Camp.
Mrs. Ronnie Marls Reddish will model
L. Ha/en, her mother- Comfortable In Jean and a I
Mrs. Harold ,
Gene Norman. t Ibis .Mint March 15' InMenId' VICKIE
Mrs. Everette M. cotton shirt decorated with
and Mrs. Fred in-law. :
Crawford of
Bennett at the home of the Padgett and her grandmother artists brushes from TG&Y Is :.It ,. .. Easter Fashions showing, KIRCHAINE. i
latter in Hellbronn Springs. Mrs. Ossie Norman. Joy Bell. 15. daughter of Mr. )i .
The 11 guests enjoyed 1 The honoree received a and Mrs Robert II. Bell of ." : UDCToMaet f
and refreshments be- corsage and many useful gifts Starke r
games as mementos of the occasion. Sponsored by the Jr. Wed. March 1 .
Woman's Club of Starke the TERWILLEGAR.r

I ;]);J yu..l now '.' annual spaghetti supper and I
fashion show will be March 1

School I hoard member Mr. and Mrs 'George W. beginning at 6:30: p.m. fill W.T.meet Wednesday,,Mardi UDC
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. George I at the home of Mn.
Arthur "li c" llullidnv 1,at3 p.m. MOTORS' "
Dominianni Mr and Mrs.Nealy Crews with Mn,
remains in a ,?(i..II1l'lvillit. ,.... 'Lester
McConnell, JiD* Doylep ;"" r ''I'J' 'rVi Walden and Mn
I.lipitulm: \\crineml.i.viinder-' ... Gladys
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Titus Olson
,tai"sIV.WStuwwkuw.' csrrLw.M ri'inain"a; MrrpNrenlYS!Mr.: and Mrs. :..umll'yplH\ +b 1"--" "'"...,..,,, .--hostldllae:.8erttla.'1fJ8; m ., 'S' 'a .2O6 W. Madison ,St. ,Starke. Fla' ,964,7200WEEKEND ,
lie Is pt'v'led to
v of the /
tended the meeting Mr.and Mrs.Charles Fieldsof "I
hew more sOr. house committee meeting at Jacksonville visited Mrs.

and Mrs. R.E Dopson the Harry-Anna Hospital CrippledChildren's in J.H. Fields on Sunday. w,
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and son. Christopher, spent
the weekend on the St. Johns Umatilla on Saturday.Mr. Mrs. W.F: Herlong has had J
as visitors her niece, Mrs.
River where his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. RE. Dopson are and Mrs. Tom Long and Lucy Parnell of Gainesville on William A. and Debbie Barber ".
of N.J.
family Basking Ridge of last week, and SPECIALS
building their new home. and Wed Wednesday a Malone announce the biro! I .
spent Tuesday friend, Mrs. Louise McArthurof Two-year-old Heather Lisa Marie,, '
nesday with his mother, Mrs. Jacksonville, last Thur Norton fills her Easter basket of a daughter in ,the Alachw. .I
Mrs. Xora Griner and son Myrwin! Long sday. Mrs Herlong and Mrs. dressed In a red and white Feb. 19
1\hJrtinof Lake Butler and Mr McArthur hadn't seen each dotted swiss frock from TG&YIn General Hospital. an,
and Mrs. RW, Under ill of Mr and Mrs. Joseph other ,in 40 years Bradford Square. Maternal grandparents
weekend iilcrist have returned to their Mr.and Mrs. William Phillip I
Indiatlantic were The daughter of Mr. and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.II.Monciief home in Hope Valley, K.I.! Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert Lee Mrs. E.M. Norton of Kingsley of Starke. Mr.Paternal and Mrs.grandparents Pan II I 1978 PICK-UP

.! after two weeks Visit with Mr. Crosby visited their son and Lake, Heather will model In Malone are of Connorsvlue, tad ____
and Mrs. Julian McRae.Mr .
family Mr. and Mrs. Dale the Spring Fashion Show to
Misses Louise and Etta Crosby, in Orlando on Sundayand held Thursday Mareh.2I / -'- )
Kripp of Columbia. S,C:: and and Mrs. Robert Monday. :
Rev. and Mrs. Normal I
\\ollenherR' of Barksdale of Humboldt Term. 'w' '
Mrs> Ada -
with Rouse of Trenton announo Power Steering -
returned ten
spending days
Kurmmgton. Conn are
to their homes last Friday Mrs. Vergie Barksdale at Local admittances to Bradford Marie the birth born of a Jan.daughter 27. Ange I It

lifter ten days visit with their Hampton Lake. County Hospital this Maternal grandparents an t Gauges, -
sister I\IrsL.G. Powell week include: from Starke .,
Rev. and Mrs. Mel Drake a
Mrs. Curtis Edwards is Mrs. Hazel Silcox, Mrs. Elizabeth Heater
her home in Thelma Starke. ,
Stanley S. :Matthews of returning to Nasworthy Mrs.
Mirevcport.L.1:; wall the weekend Scituate. Mass this weekend Lewis Mrs. Patricia Ballard, Knitted Vinyl Seat
of K:.L. Matthews after three weeks visit with trice Heiken, Mrs. Joan
The guest lw>, were classmates nt her mother, Mrs E.C. Dukes. Hughes. Jimmie Simmons, Mr: and Mrs. Raymand I
Military Institute. Shan Edwards, who accompanied Mrs. Victoria Cadle, Dennis Durban of Lawtey annotmea
Virginia( Va her mother here will Smith; and Paul Bedmar: Mrs. the birth of a son, Gregory
cxington remain with her grand- Elizabeth Mann from Lake Wade, born Feb. 9, in St.
Mrs\ Lois Thomas of mother, Mrs. Dukes and Butler: Aaron Crawford and I Vincent's Hospital.Maternal T-2222
Crescent ('ityUII the week finish her senior year at Brad- Mrs Annie King from grandparents are.
end guests of her brother and ford High School Lawtey.; Earl Jones Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier.
tiiNter.in.la1Ir.. and Mrs.\ !Mina Beckham, Mrs. Janie and paternal grandparentswere
Mrs Gar) Mathews underwent Lowell and Mn. Alma Dyal the late Mr. and Mrs. Ed
DenmarkMiss JII ,
:S.G.; In Alachua .
surgery from Hampton: Durban, all of Lawtey.
General Hospital last Friday, I 1978
\ lIadlleliddleton! re- 11 FIESTAGhia'Group
lumed home last Thursday .
after a month's conlinenient "
in Riverside }Hospital.

Jacksonville.' H NOTICE / YlA-H;: H-D Package

Mr.\ and Mrs. Hill Meng and a V ".V K
daughter. 1>lIna. of St. Peters. .> Radio Glass

Inirg.guests!Malthews.tmd: of were their: the Mr'vents., and weekend r.1 K:.rs.l'aullJeng L.. ,'!' 'Deadline For; Filing The Following Forms Isb /+"'. Er '\ < Bucket Seats

of Hampton Lake ': Power Brakes
' Iolf''' 'QV1GjA f ; r ,

,Mr.11. and Mrs. II.B Williams March 1 1918 : "L-- Front

of Gainesville were Sunday ,

afternoon guests of Mr,,.and '.... .
Mrs. Dennis J, Khodcnf ', t '"

Mrs. M.F. Brown of Mon F 3398
terey. Mexico spent last '. > Homestead Exemptions Widows BisabHity Exemptions i
Wednesday to Saturday with ,
Mrs. M>rwln Long while' en- '

her route brother to St. Petersburg-In-law and to sister.visit Agricultural Exemptions Religious' & Fraternal Exempt**.

Col.., and Mrs. J.W. McNeer. '. \ 1978 PINTO I PONY

Mr. and Mrs George W.
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. L.M.
Stoner spent the weekend with Radio Sport, Mirrors,
Miss\ Rose Heller In lear. ,If You Have Not Received Your Forms Or Have Any ,

water. Wire Wheel Covers
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Property'Owners: 'File Appeal "\; ; :JOn >.

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CN: & }'" 'j' \" 1,' '\ Kingsley Zoning Decision 11 11Contestinl
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a recent decision In a 4-1 affirmative ana mat to reverse the actionof property the Association: .
of the Clay County Zoning decision,the Zoning Board on the Zoning Commission 4ec | ,-
f jl : 301:S.; Stark., Fla.v BoarkI.| the Klngsley Lake February 2 granted" Strick. would not create an unnecessary There Is no provision for 1,]

.: >w> Property Owner. Association: land's petition for reclaaal- hardship on the adequate oshot.peyalthe ,a ?.
filed an appeal with th Cby tying a 200x300 foot plot on owner-applicant at this time. -Traffic

2 '1, ,, ,' County 'Cotnmbwloner road C-1SA from Agricultural restaurant use on Highway}"
Thursday Feo. 16. charging to BA (neighborhood It further allege that re- A will create safety hazard.
t the Zoning Board with "arbi business), In granting! the toning the land to commercialuse : -Then)is not adequate provision I
4 trary and unreasonable"action "constitutes spot toning"In on the property for die '
/7i/i/71Ji9i'zZ In granting a petition petition the board held thai that commercial use for the, posal of waste and sewage \
for reclassification sought by the 1967 special use permit property not consistent wth created by restaurant use ,
F.W Strickland'to operate a would continue effect giving existing toning of property Noise generated by I I.
\. : business In an agricultural Strickland the right to remodel Immediately adjacent thereto commercial use la Incompat-.
: residential neiohbornood. an unused concrete ,or within a distance of one- iWo with the neighborhood './
\ "'.I 0 ,jlI.> I j': block building on the property half mile from the property in Utilisation of the property' .
Through Its attorney, David for use as restaurant, with question for commercial use would t S
ftED.CIAY\\\;: : : PLANTSTARTER W. Foerster. of Jacksonville, (the sale of ,beer for ,conlumption 'The rezoning of subject, ,seriously lessen the values of t t
the Association said that a ,on premise land for restaurant use has no other property in the vicinity',:
"special uses"permit granted In its appeal from the foundation or basis In reasonor thereby affecting the eco
in June 1967 to allow the sale decision KLPOA alleges that experience\ is arbitraryand nomic well-being of other land
FLOWERI'Il 01 beer for consumption on :the special use permit as unreasonable, and baa no owners in the area, as.well M
TRAYS! premises,was discontinued on originally granted (permitting relation to public safety, the highest and best use and
POTS : the property in question on or a nonconforming use) health morals comfort.. or value of their property. ,.?(
: .\V. .. !;l, i ', ;.< : !if f' HAMBURGER about April I. lint and was not granted for the purpose ) welfare of the neighborhood U the: County Commission
: \ '28 Pot Or 15 Pot therefore the exception has of alleviating an undue ," the appeal slates. accepts the appeal 'a public \
4". been abandoned, both'legally burden or unnecessary hardship In support of its protest of hearing will be held at a later' ,
29 and tactually upon the property owner, commercial use of the date

6" 39e* R I.,a.g." $14 7 i Clay High Favored To Win Playoffs f: '::11.;

8" 69 : Tornado eager face a Clay,has played and beatenall averaged '13 points per lame ,Playmaker Kenny Hampton\ '
., rough road In Green Cove three other district teams, &-2 Williams Neely averages has a 12 point average. 6-4 ,
"; Springs where they must beat Including a 53-33 runaway 10.9 points, Jerome Wilkerson center David Walker hoi
Palatka High but still must from Bradford High last Dec. 8.4 points, and 6-2 Gerald averaged 7.4 points. [
.... ', face 16. BHS was down by one Smith Adklnsori
a tough 25-2 Clay High on averages 6 points per Coach Warney i
'' ..' \, .r.. ,' ". .' I"", ,,; ,;;' the Blue Devils home court If point '9-10, after the first game and is the leading believes his team can givd
I o they are to take District S period: but did not score a Palatka rebounder averaging Palatka and Clay High a good
," Clans 3A basketball honors. single point In the second to per game.Palatkals. ballgame if Bits recover.!'
ASST. PATTERN .; DECORATOR Four BUS player already quarter in that early meeting a big physical from the flu with no III effect. ; r'
I 't" '" have it rough battling the nu The Blue Devils are the team Coach Terry Kendall, Whoever wins District !It
/ this week. Freddie Aldridge biggest team In the district. says his team runs a zone anda honors Is expected to then face
FLOWERPOTS Kenny Hampton DavitsWalker Center Kevin Gainey 6-8, Is man to man.The Braves will Ocala Vanguard In the
and Roland the biggest man and average 9 run It they Ret a chance. regional playoff, a bleak
Cummings all were out of points per game. Leading prospect. Vanguard is loaded
school with the bug. If they scorer is'6-5 Larry Butler, Bradford High goes into the this season. Currently rated '
1 (BHS) can't shake the bug and averaging 12 points. Play. district playoffs with ,a 1S-9 lumber one in Class 3A In theilate.
77't go into the tournament weakened maker Vernon Williams &-2 record Vanguard fields a
\ s physically the flu could and averages 11 points. 6-4 The Tornado five has won 10 starting five of 6-10,6-8. &-8. *.
DEEP ,prove a big factor. Tommy Mean averages 10 of Its last 13 games coming on 5, and 6-1 The 6-5 man Is the
But if everything goes right points. The fifth starter &-1 strong In the last half of the play maker. One 6-8 wing man
Coach Warney Adklnson is Toby Grubbs averages 6 season a fact of which both Is a deadly shooter from out
Yd $188J planning on his 16-9 and third points Clay Kendal and Palatka side. And Vanguard even has
seeded Tornado five to give Clay averages 58 points per Coach are well a 6-8 man on the bench. :-
i both Palatka and Clay High game, and holds opponents to aware. "Vanguard is loaded. There }
some competition. 44 points. The Blue Devils Freddie Aldridge .Is the Is no reason Vanguard .
S Clay High and St. Augustine have averaged 45 percent leading .BUS scorer, aver shouldn't go all the way,?. 'j,
High opens the tournament at from the floor and 65 percent aging 14.3 points per game. Coach Adkinson says. ,a':
:-3Opm. tomorrow (Friday. on free throws.
Feb. 24)). BUS and Palatka Clay Is a "pretty\ well ;
COMET g' I'. High will tangle in the second disciplined team, says Coach More On SCIENCE FA IR... (From Page l'0 f f1\\1
game at 8 p.m. tomorrow.The Neely. "We don't run a lot
championship game .Is scheduled We're worried about St. Work If Direction of Diode -Dirk Schmidt, Honorable '.
for 7 p.m. Saturday. Augustine right now. We take Therein Is Reversed? Mention "Optical Illusions'.' \
CLEANSER ',There will be no consolation them one at a time" -Jeff Brooker, Honorable -Cathy Schoening Honor
game. Clay runs a 3-2 and a 1-2-2 Mention "Changes In Gene able Mention "Which is \
I Clay is favored to win the zone mixed with about 30 percent Frequencies.sarah ." E.S.P. Higher In, Men or i
I tournament and highly man to man coverage by Biggs Honorable Women and-or Young or
favored to beat 3-21 St. the guards. Mention "Does Pepsin Affect "
,i $ Augustine to get into the Clay was also hit by the flu the Transfer of Knowledge in OldShari Evans Honorable "
,championship game against bug; 2 players were out ,of Planarlans? Mention: "Chiropractors!:
Reg the winner of the Bradford school Tuesday. Merri' Ormsbee, Honor. Who is Better, Doctors or \V
SO UN DESIGNCLOCK .1 High Palatka High game. Palatka High II 14-10 on the able Mention, "Growing Chiropractors?" .l k
J The BHS Palatka game is ,season an4 can be tough when, .Plants ,Without ,Soil .byThe. .. .
rated/toss-up by the coaches.WTop .. the team Is on Waler-Culture Method/*
-. seeded Ctay HIgh,to the idefending" /Pslalkae; -.lames Poole thedlstrlct' -Alan Ashline.; 'Honorable Neva'i.Flynn' Honorabld'Mention 1
., ,
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district and leading scorer, Mention, "How Age Affects
*''' regional champion and sectional averaging '188 points l per Seeds" Drugs Equivalent to cenerldr'; {!
NESTLES Name Drugs and If
Coach JohnNeely' game. Poole scores from the -Debbie Parmenter,
runner-up. .
wing and averages 47 percent. Honorable Mention. "It Deals Percent of Prescriptions are
five i II riding high
SSB| SKMVRADIO- : Sophomore Cornell Weston with Whether or Not Plants Labeled Medically
with 22J
: again year a '"
Brand Name'Carlo ?!
\the Pair Need Air to Live. Necessary \
record going into the district won a starting spot on
J Honorable Hernandez Honor*
COCOA playoff atkavarslty! In midseason and -Kevin Griffls
Mention "The Affects of able Mention. '"Are All Parts
r I, Gravity on Plants." of the Skin Equally: Sensitive?'
More On AUDIT CRITICISM... :From Page) -Kathy Henderson. Honor- -Tom Williams, Honorable i
-- able Mention "Using Colors Mention,"Does Xylitol Affect: '
I, relative of the public official." -Heard from Schaefer the to Determine ESP. the Growth and Reproduction" ,;
The statute continues, city garbage truck had been Capability." of Yeast Buds?!'" '.J
"Mere 'approval of budgets repaired for $750 and was :

a' ee t shall not be sufficient to back In operation Schaeferalso 411
6 constitute 'Jurisdiction or said the city had to act on More ADMINISTRA TOR... From Page1I 1I

i, control' for the purposes of an "emergency" when a 6 vacation In lieu of 30 days first obligation was as
this section." inch water main broke in the notice of termination and 90 director of nurses. She said '\I
In other business the middle of SR-100 south leaving days compensation.The she would try to the best of her ,;
council: : a 30 foot hole. Schaefer said unit '... '
motion passed 3-0 In ability, "but I. want it .tt\
ASST. COLORS BEAN BAG Asked the insurance committee the city was In contact with action that,took less than 10 derstood I don't want
to study ,with Pierce the State Department of minutes. Board member Dan decisions as acting air Ii
and Farnsworth the possibility Transportation the hole was Williams was out of town, the jeopardize my',
ASHTRAYS i not to director
of the city becoming being fixed at a '
reason the regular meeting job as of nurses If it!
STACKMUGS elf insured. exceed ",000 was postponed until tonight you work with me, I'll work I ,:1
recommendation the (Thursday, Feb. 23)), with you" Tf '
SOUNDESICN i of the bond -The council reconvened appointed trustee Jose "This Is a step In the rlgh(
t trustees making Bill after adjournment and took Stephenson sat in direction, together we can ,F
Rep.59' Chambers line crew foreman. action to raise dog catcher meeting but did not vote since accomplish improvements In;; 4
!i Approved Fred Magyar! Denton DeVoe's monthly his credentials had not yet the hospital," said Shuford.?.
CASSETTE a* the foreman of the sewer salary from 1100 to $115 in been received from thegovernor's Postponed until the regularsmeeting ;: ,"
treatment place of a tank of gas a week.
plant. .
office.EdmOndsoD was a decision on,
3U00WICKER Reg 59 33C .Approved a call for bids to Waters made the motion seconded said he could Increasing nursing salarles.C'' 'f'
retop 12,141IIne.r feet of city by Silcox following
clean out his desk in 10 Shuford said he had been'
# street discussion: that DeVoe was minutes. Shuford respondedhis 1
RECORDS: -Approved an ordinance using too much gasoline. check would be ready- waiting to appoint com- .y
for the city to receive f 1 of DeVoe works ai dog catcheron Friday morning. mittees. Including a finance r1 4.
court cost for the education a part-time basis using his Following board action for committee until after the fifth,
TABLE of police under police personal truck. The $113 termination Shuford said he board member was seated.
TABLEBASKETS standards approved by the monthly,salary was effective( had thought to After the meeting Shuford.
given appointing .
state legislature. Feb. 1. director of nurses said he acted for the benefit of .
the hospital because of a lack. :
Mrs Patricia Ivey as acting of "communication and : }
s. with
-- administrator along "
continuity. ,
I -
Jz( ,business manager Angus
!!'"' .- ""'" C Douglas "We both agreed the time::
,- A motion by Mrs. Green was had come when he (Ed-,
: seconded by Sanders and mondson) could not be an'
Reg1"99c 250L Off In 1827 the first railroad In the U.S. war built in Quincy,. passed 3-0 without discussion.Mrs. effective administrator" said
M.... Ivey accompanied by Shuford. Shuford said he was*
her husband and Dr. Sun- the only member of the board
dusadee, was introduced to still left that hired Edmondson *
Always Ready To Serve the board. Mrs. Ivey said her three years ago .

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: /' i. I.>!;:" .. ; First' Baptist Nearing r | mpletion ;c f.t; j t Ground breaking 1 I 1 a w wt

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.\ An approximate $35,000: process of being refinished to waterproof them
"f.UU( ,;"' I :.- .....,..if\I.v.u.I;; ...,. ...,. \ worth of refurbishing/ ,the Bad weather, has held up the; "1.;When the main church The First Presbyterian. f
., .', :>:f,'.': .' :'.\ .));r. First Baptist Church In Starke- work on Uw exterior of the < 7epairs are finished, work will Church will hold ground I .
.', 1. '. ;iI". noun completion: delayed building but with a few> nicedays \... egin on the other buildings on breaking ceremonies Sunday, .
.I .. < ; / '' ''' because of bad weather. tti*' work should bed,itbO property. Larry Ba1Tard Feb. S 28, for their new church
only ;
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:' ,..._,,, ;\*f.:': >W,< ?, .>1$ Repair inside the churchare complete according to RvW3'*I Gainesvillecontractor! from I.Theceremony .t
!r b complete. Tbe ceiling in Travis Kimbril. The wIndowS the work will take : I
the sanctuary has been nave been removed from the Jar the church.M.E.Drakee. place on the site on Bessent r rj
replaced and repainted. steeple! in order for new Road across from the I I rI
., Wainscoting a vinyl, window frames to be installed Bradford County Hospital at
'J>'. be 9:45: a.m. Everyone invited j i.
wallpaper-like covering has and the windows to re- Attend
'.:' k ''Me been hung.in the sanctuaryand caulked. to attend. ;t ,
7M, around the room. Other minor repairs will be 1978 Conf. > Construction should begin I ;
j,. ,Spotlights{ have been Installed done on the wood and the shortly thereafter on the new ('
i. \ Fellowship Hall and kindergarten i ,
In the pulpit area. Every entire building will be t
pew The Rev. and Mrs.
has been refinished, and the repainted. The brick on the ,Drake pastor of the Starke buildings. Services and nursery { ;I If
pulpit furniture is in the will be with will 'i-: f
buUdlng sprayed Church of God attended the continue to be hold at the old 1 1i
1078 Florida
Prayer and 'Church site until the i i
Evangelism''' conference In Fellowship Hall Is completed. .
Lakeland on Feb. 1315. When that construction Is Gospel Commuter At Smyrna, .
Theconference planned complete the old church "
ftf Ie OBITUARIES JI to promote ministerial enrlc.h- sanctuary will be moved to the The Gospel Commuters from Crescent City will be at Ssnyraa .._ '. .
r ment, church growth and new site renovated and Baptist Church In Starke Sunday. Feb.' It. to celebrate....- ..: .
evangelism outreach. enlarged. coming :
n I The Drakes Invite the Homecoming will begin at 1*a.m.There will be dicer oa the .: {I
1 public to come share with grounds and singing. Smyrna Baptist Church Is located es) the ;.
MIIesS.Isgram ville Cemetery at Brycevtlle. ->them the blessings of a spiritually corner of Pratt and Myrtle Streets. r
Miles S. Ingram 63, a Fl. under the direction of blessed church which Everyone Is welcome 14 attend.
: former resident of Keystone DeWitt C. Jones Funera]" !Ia located at 419 N. St Clair, SERVICEMEN i
Home of Starke. Those who

: iiH41' : Heights evenillgl?at Feb.Tampa.died 18. In Saturday the V.A. Waldo Church.desire First may United.donate Methodist to the street Church of God .: ;.. i; ... : : .

I Born May 5. 1914 I Id Bir- L Livingston CompletesElectrician's ,

t mingham, Alabama Mr. ,"Revival Navy Electrician's Course Mate People once believed that wearing or eating fIIm.-. : '
Ingram had lived in Lakeland Thomas 8.Williams Third Class James L Livingston would make them Invisible j
for the past 18 of''.dFeh.24-26
years. Thomas S. Williams 66. of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Ingram was an Army ,615 North Church Street ., '
veteran of WW2 and a Starke died Saturday morning William Q. Cruce of 1757 N. If You Arm Looking Sttrchlng Longing For An .
member of the Westminister Feb. .. Rev Robert Carey State Temple Starke, has completed .
18, following a tho .
Presbyterian Church. .sudden attack. C.E. and Youth director for Basic Electrician'sMate ,Experience That /It Peas< With GodCome To The ,. .
He is survived by his wife Born June 16, 1911 In the Churches of God in' Course.the .:,--.
Florida,will conduct revivalin During self.paced
Despite bad weather work continues on the First Baptist Mrs. Lauretta Reese Ingram. Alexander Virginia Mr. the Service School With The
at Revival
the Starke course body Wilson
Church, Funeral services were held Williams had lived In Starke Church of God., ., {.
Command, Naval
422 N.St.Clair Street, Friday. Training
Wednesday afternoon, Feb.
for the nine after
years Saturday and Sunday Feb. 24- Center Great Lakes, III., the
22, at the graveside in retiring from the local llNITEDPENTECOSTALCIIURCH
students received instructionon '
Keystone Heights Cemeterywith 26. .
ST. EDWARDS NEWS government.Suvlvors electrical and
Rev. Thomas P. Poston include his wife Rev. Mel Drake host theory .
officiating. DeWitt C. Jones Mrs. MaryWilliams, .-of! .pastor. Invites everyone to studied the operating principles 0
of the
World Day of Prayer for Christian education self- Funeral Home was In charge Starke; 3 daughters 2 attend. motors and, generators transformers 204 North Water St. :- I,
The annual World Day of help programs for the needy of arrangements. brothers 1 grandchildren and used aboard ships Stark ,
ecumenical services 'St Mark's Episcopal Church .
Prayer and community development one great-grandchild. and at shore Installations. The
will be held this year at St. as well as for ministry to the Bmiu.nl. Harvey Funeral services were held Sunday-Feb. 26:, 8:30: a.m. course was designed to provide 964-7420 >
Edward's Catholic Church on aging. Brainard M. Harvey, 88, a Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. in Holy Eucharist 9:45: a.m. a thorough under i '
March 3 at 11 a.m. Everyone is cordially incited former mayor and city the DeWitt C Jones Chapel Church School 11 a.m. standing of the operation Beginning Feb. 22-26 7:30: P.M. Nightly :
A covered dish luncheon will to attend this service. councilman of Waldo died at with James C. Love, minister 'Morning Prayer.WednesdayMar.. maintenance, and repair of r
be served In the parish hall St. Edward's his Waldo home Saturday officiating. Burial will be at a 1: 6:30: electrical systems. SPECIAL SINGING t
following the prayer service. Lenten Schedule morning, Feb. 18, following later date. p.m. Covered Dish. Supper & A 1977 graduate of Bradford
For those who cannot leave sudden attack. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Lenten Program with
Sunday Mass-n a m. High School, Livingston joinedthe With Talent In Our Church.
small children at home a Monday: Mass-7 p.m. Bible Born May 3, 1889 in Home of Starke was In eb.rgeof .Speakers Mr. Dabney Waller Navy' In June 1977.
.nursery will be provided. Study-7:30: p.m. Caw' Bradford County. Mr. Harvey arrangements. "nand Mr. Fred Angerholzer.
.The World Day of Prayer Is fesslons p.m. Tuesday had lived In Waldo for the past nc :
sponsored by the Church Mass-8:30 a.m. Wednesday 73 years. He was a retired .". -
Women United organization in Mass-6.30: p.m. CCD ClassJr. conductor with the Seaboard .'1"' :':'' ,::11"' ::.-::
the United'States. The theme & Sr. High School\-7 p.m. Airline Railway with 55 years ; I j 'I ., >t, ''' "sc-';
this year Is "Community Choir Practice p.m. service. He was a member of -- ..1...' '10,< '.. : If:
Spirit in Modern Living." The Prayer Group-8:15: p.m. the Brotherhood of Railroad 'r"d g4..0 Y'1'-:'''la' ,l" / ,;: -
service has been prepared by Thursday Mass-8:30' a.m. Conductors and a member of ,. 1 t t K.
church in Canada. the Waldo First United Methodist \ ..' Want to ., "
women Friday-Stations of the Cross "j" /' '$;; 1j" 1 1ti"ri
The aim of this service is to and Benediction p.m. Church. Jt; ." ,.'/ l" ..
extend love and concern to Saturday-Vigil Mass-7 p.m. Survivors include his wife,! ; ,. .
people of all beliefs in every Sunday-CCD Classes- Mamie Forsyth Harvey 2
country of the world. The Kindergarten thru 6th daughters: Mrs. C.E. Stolz of : m.. > orf' Is '
offering which is taken is used grades-9:45: a.m. Winter Haven and Mrs. :' t on .

Muriel Turner of Palatka; 2 / f ,

VPblethodist sons: B.F. Harvey of Miami' .... ...::1... ,_ '
Youth Activities and J.M. Harvey of iour
K ..... ". .J : :;: 'I'1t.i.'t .
swa ? '.."' .,TaIJahaSBer'e sisters: Mrs. ; '
T1 'b' ** tPor'ieitn InTirst intf* ." ", ( \hri.i-electri'! ,
Don Denton' '" 8e\JIah & of Waldo, Mrs .; '. ... b. e .. *
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Youth of Jacksonville C
Chuck Williams second on Ruby Whaley .. .. .1'. .
their team which also Included Mrs. Mae McDaniel ei '" ii T i t'
SPARES Trade Denton and Hastings and Mrs. Beatrice ).. : }
AND SPLITS Stacey Denmark. Bryant of Melrose; 18 grand .t '
Three teams of bowlers Another team was made upof children and 10 great-grand. '
from the Methodist Youth Jay Eaves, Nelson Green children. Checkyonr plumbing : l
group bowled at the Cecil Kevin Miller and Rev. Don Funeral services were held
Field: Lanes Sunday after Denton. Kevin Miller bowledthe Monday afternoon, Feb. 20, in .
noon. highest series on this team the Waldo First United Methodist > ,
with Jay Eaves running only Church with Rev. Gary iii.'
one pin behind. Fred Yerkes and '" :t:!. ..
Gospel Sing Set The third team was led by conneriRev. Clements officiating. -
Jason Polk and Todd Denton Burial, was in BI1 e- That's right. Your plumbing. And you can ;
At Pine coming in second. The other
Saturday two members of the team start with your hot-water heater. Next to air-

Grove Church Glen were Polk.Gregg Thornton and conditioning, it's often the second biggest user of

High Individual game for electricity in the home. j ::r:
There will be a gospel! sing the day was Kevin Miller witha .
Saturday. Feb.25, at 7:30: p,m. 141. Nelson Green won two But its cost can be substantially reduced. By -
at Pine Grove Congregational arks
free games by getting
Methodist Church on SK-199 at when a special red pin was in simply adjusting the setting on your water heater -

.Raiford.Singing will be the "Gospel the The official score position.keeper for CARDOFTHANKSMay we take this method of thermostat. between 120 and 130 degrees. Or,

Echo's of Raiford" and other the day was Mary Anne thanking our neighbors and if have a large family or dishwasher place i itl ;
you ,
local talent. Pastor of the Miller. The group was friends for their kind expressions Ir'r.
church Is Rev. B.L. Coleman. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs of sympathy in our the setting at 140. Any higher and you're probably :
bereavement. These *
Don Hardenbrook. expressions f>
have been deeply .wasting money., .. r.x;
< "' :$:""::::::*::::::::::: ;::::: (::::.;:: appreciated. :
If insulate heater with :.
Ancil Tetstone you your water a .
SERVICEMENwnltney_ $ C.r i Of ThanksWords f and Family > blanket of fiberglass. you could save even more. .*! ;

Up to'75tf a month. It may not sound like much, 'r .

., Stationed express our cannot deep appreciation adequately The CARD family OF wishes THANKS to ac but every little bit helps. And if you're going on a \. :you> calla i serviceman.); ::'

t4-Marine On Okinawa. Corporal for shown the to many us during acts of our kindness recent knowledge with gratitude the trip, turn your water heater off until you return. Another possible drain on your electric bill 3T"
timely services and
Mr.Lawrence and Mrs H.William Whitney Whitney, son of bereavement For the. food. pathetic gestures shown sym-to It'll save'money. Even you're away for only r are leaks in your hot water system. A leaky"'
flowers and prayers, we are them by their friends "* '
of Box 193 B. Route 1. Raiford. deeply grateful. May God and neighbors. May many God bless three o_ r four days. hot water faucet, for example, can cost you ;
has reported for duty with 3d bless each of you. each of for kindness One word of dollars month. So if
Marine Division, on Okinawa. you your. "\ ( upwards two a you :

Whitney Joined the Marine The Andrew. Wilkerson' and thoughtfulness.The Family of' of caution, howl\ see a drippy faucet, replace the washers.The : :
Corps in August 1976.
ifi Family Isaac Robinson .ever:_before ,you savings could be quite significant.

4 4 '4 do ;anything tor Some other helpful hints? Take showers instead T"f

your not. water of baths. A bath uses twice as much water '

[ I'I59CPlw neater, be sure as a shower. And when you shave, or rinse the .

to disconnect dishes don't let the hot water run. You could be .

the circuit break pouring a lot of water down the drain. What's -
50. taw c....... i
? r er.' If necessary, more, if you have to replace your shower heads, as.:

For A _f. 1 1it we.even suggest .install flow restrictors to reduce the rate of water I

flow. ) "
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Neces_." PI..' ore.!.I. e....... z, by utilizing the hot refrigerant gas from the air- d&Bafc-
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Parents To Be Surveyed I Goveriiment7fimarySourceof Mticonfe

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I :On Summer School ]ProgramMoving In Baker, Bradford, Union; Stats"Show' .. -

toward a summer Heard report by board The board struck Bobbie Sue ,w Three small Northeast cent of Its annual toll largely non-farm responsible Income for
school program In basic skills attorney Jesse wolbert three O'Brian from the appointments Florida counties Baker. 30125000. winging
In Clay
Monday Feb.30.the Bradford students had been taken to list saying they pre- Bradford, and Union, derive In only one Northeast onto dominance several other counties, at
:County School Board gave) court for truancy. Wolbert, ferred to continue having her man of their employment Florida county Is agriculturestill well as "
.superintendent Tom Casey said the process Is working. fill in day to day In case a ''+ KI income from federal state the leading Income- of Northeast Is Florida still ,strong: ,.,,.In
authority to proceed with an "They will either go to school teacher on Workman'sCompensation and local government, ac- producer. With the lowest Farming where
.information' survey to or rearrange their life style." since Oct. 1976 :ordlng to figures released by annual income of the 17 Suwannee of County the land is 52
parents.Casey. -set a 6:30 p.m. March 20, comes back to work before the the Bureau of Economic and said then (lain excess public hearing on a change of end of the year Also approved Business Research at the mrtcultural( revenue farms, and 55.3 per cent
devoted to
of 400 students la need ot school board rules to include were leave for' Hazel Williams University!'oC Florida.In (M.862.000)()) was tO per cent of farm land is crops.
remedial ,study more than school volunteers for liability and the resignation of Cynthia its 8144.000 total pYrvate nonfarr'mSjobs ,
enough to warrant a summer purposes. Morton. Non-Instructional Baker County, location of. Although this section of In 197S accountedfor
program. Casey said the -Approved the following appointments approved were the Northeast Florida State Northeast Florida was predominantly $32,682.000
;summer program could run 30 Instructional appointments: Yvonne Norman: resignations hospital 70 per cent of labor agricultural as compared to$12,394,000 for. :,
.'days about three hours a day Sheila Bridges. Mae Frances Dolor A. Mosely and 444, a. aAJL and proprietor income is during the early decades of Its farming. .%'
and would generate $50.000 to Jenkins, Jullanne T Miller. Ella E. Crawford produced by governmental settlement with perhaps as
$60.000 in state funds and Murce In' Union County, the high as 7S per cent of the JROTC NEWS/.
employ a number teachers Night of Political Humor To Be Tonight Union CorrecUonall4atitution population engaged in
for an extended year. contributes heavily to the 63 farming activities: in the 1850- GRIFFITH MAKES TOP I'
Chairman J.T. Parrlsh said per cent chare contributed by 1900 period the primary RANK INJROTC
he had no "hangups" with a At SFCC By Cong. D.R. (Billy) Matthews"A government to personal source of Income now derives Ltc. (cadet) Mark Griffith,
summer program, especially t Income, while In Bradford' from government-at least In din of Mr. and Mrs Donald
if students Could be tested on Night of Political Many ot his remarks will L site of the Florida State Bradford )Baker, and Union Griffith of Starke. was promoted
the basic skills and passed to Humor" featuring former reflect the"true experience of : Prison',,government salariesat :ountles. to his present rank last
the next grade. a member of Congress for 14 leads, -
Congressman D R. "Billy" I 47 per cent are neck-and- Union County Friday In JROTC.f' I"
Casey said he would circulate Matthews, will be presentedat years" Matthews, who says neck with private non-farm percentage-wise Mark is a batallion com
a survey to parenu Santa Fe Community that Johnson and Kennedy, sources which provide 46 percent day agricultural employment mander and works hard 'on
Covering a summer program College (SFCC) tonight were the two presidents whomhe with to per cent: ((198)) of its establishing programs 'In
'and., other Information. (Thursday. Feb. 23)) In the knew best served In In all three counties at total work force engaged in JROTC He is a senior this
The board voted to seek bids Northwest Campus Congress from 19531967. one time predominantly agricultural farming as managers year and has been in the
on a 100 ton chiller, and a auditorium (Building E) at Concerning the humor of Models For Fashion Show farm income is a laborers or foremen. program here 'at Bradford,
:maintenance contract for the 7:30: pm. pioneer central Florida, Ready minor factor. Union County Bradford County has 9 per High School for four years.'
round house for the V.Tech There Is no admission Matthews said he was well leads percentage-wise with cent ((450)) engaged in agriculture Ot t her cadets promoted were
and middle school. charge and the public Is Invited steeped in It,having been bornIn agriculture accounting for 12 and Baker County Julie Chambers from 2nd. Lt.
Architect Craig Salley said The history departmentand Micanopy, reared in Model Caiale Autry and Kim Dukes are ready fur the annual per cent ($2.012.000) of its follows with 7 per cent ((222)), to 1st. Ll; Mike Gregg was
the equipment worth more administration of SFCC, Hawthorne and a resident ot Jprlng Fashion Show to be held at the Woman's. Club Thursday $16.227.000 annual Income Neighboring Clay County, promoted from Staff Sgt. to
than $100.000. is only operating who are sponsoring the event Gainesville since 1941. March Z. total. Bradford is second with where private employment 2nd. Lt.; and Battalllon Staff
about half-capacity. will also host a reception Reflecting on his experiences Code,the daughter 0'Mr, and Mrt. Robert Autry of SUrk. agriculture. ($2.280.000)) xitranks both government Member Jesse Adams was
.*In other business a motion afterwards In the college as a teacher at model a matching set from TGY of blue lacks: and a white making up 7 per cent of its and farming, has only 3.5 per promoted from Captain to
by Mrs. Pat Spengler to con cafeteria. SFCC. Matthews recalled that animal print top. total annual Income. cent of its work force In agri .Major. '
tinue food service to Head Congressman Matthews students often wrote him notesor The daughter of Mr and Mn. J.C. Duke of Starke. Kim f33.042.000. Baker Is close ;culture. Rapid growth In ,
Start and the Day Care Center says his humor letters. He remembers one wears a pink and. white dotted swiss pinafore. behind with an agriculture recent years, particularly In Sgt. Doug York
' 'Earlier In the meeting aHead central Florida. "Dear Brother Matthews,
Start representative "When I was a boy there I've certainly enjoyed being a .
eked the board to reconsidei was a certain brand of humorIn member of your congregation -
applying meals for 75 Head this area that may have "
'ttart childrne and 30' Day been different from that in
Care children until the kitchenat other parts of the country. SPECIAL SAVINGS ON THIS
RJE could be refurbished. There is a pretty good I lore of 0R .
'Lunches were discontinued church humor here, and GOSSIPI : USE' OUR EASY WEEKLY PURCHASE METHOD TO MAKE THIS FLATWARE YOUR
Feb. 1 and board members church humor and political Noah Webster defines
said they had been hearing the humor are related," he said gossip as"Idle talk esp. about A : WEEK ITEM SALE PRIG
same story about the kitchen Included in "A Night of the personal and private affairs } / "..: : "
since September and it was Political Humor" will be: of others." It is usually a 1 ::.MUUBUPERMARKET8 ;. TEASPOON 'KG. OP
time the school stopper recollections of political product of the idle and DINNER FORK PKa OF 2/71
furnishing the lunches. cenes of the last few decades whether It be malicious or the I YuCIY
In other action, the board. ,with highlights on certain "have you heard" variety, it r:::w': DINNER KNIFE PKa OF 2/7'C
'-Approved the purchase of congressmen; 'stories that Is defamation of characterand "
a high jump pit for mo and apole Deflect the religious and based on rumor rather $.: SOUP SPOON PKG.OP2l7"
vapult pit for $1,980. cultural background of North than fact.
-Rejected one bid for agri Central Florida, and some If those who love gossip ::=: SALAD PKQ OF 217.C0
culture equipment, calling for humorous Incidents recalled were to read their Bibles
another bid.Approved. from Congressman Matthews' instead, they would find that
advertising for eight years as an SFCC In- James says "Anyone who Pantry PrideFLOUR '
sale over 200 items of surplus structor in government and says he Is a Christian and
property at a sale Saturday, political science. doesn't control his sharp AVE SAVE
March 11,from a,m. to noon. His "scenes in Congress"will tongue Is just fooling himself PANTRY PRIDE PANTRY PRIDE
center around the administrations and his religion Isn't worth 34PLFIN
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school Help program.can be used In many 0 PANTRY lw'u.ITIM., KM.MSB 1.nun iti*. MOD Y+.nnIwwrrMV.THUM,. m. il saw. COMPARE -_,.-.-' -..........
areas such as the classrooms, Last Call For Packaged PRIDI
lunchroom, and playground.If SALTINES Sugar Substitute'unrw'' 3n "
would like to assist '
you Fruit Nut
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please call the school office at .52189 FILM 41 instant Potatoes .NM39f
964-5586 or come to the school .
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McKinney.The AAHPER physical fit All Bare Root OFFER I Sweet Potatoes ,our 79* "*

ness test Is being given to all _.."..,...a..._H. u ,._ y a ,
fourth and fifth graders. This Stock Reduced GUY M,1/wM',w.GRgLN 0)
test was given earlier in the 1 zSe e / a
school year and the present Example; BlAHS ()
testing has a two-fold pur a t
pose; ((1) compare first test Reg. 3" Now '3" LP2JOwl
score to second test score to .....
guage Improvement and ((2)) MI MMC.w MM/O MMIMML M 00 M a a
aid in selection of team Organic Cow Manure 444Yr IM Os 01.110511 T aa
members for physical fitness COMPARE
meet which will be held Natural-Non _.1..4'' Q!) 0"I
duringthe Burning Soil Conditioner
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In month Mrs. of Janet May.Neighbors' Fertilizer For Quick Healthy Growth $2 TOMATO \\' -.:::.-.:. .', Mterge8t nr 31
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second grade' there are 40 Ib Bag PASTE.r.:-.-..:-.-.-,=1 saw==- ; fwsoer pal es ere 49 (a

students for their who deserve good work.recognition The& c.4/$1 Vlenaa Sausage w 31 1 >s'

best spellers In the class for Florida Peat"Bushel Bag 5131
the past two months are .#.I:,,*.., d '
Daren Allen Judson Jackson ...." ,
Wayne Jaco and Carla -.. ,a.. ""'Q.i(!! ITRASft"P.
McCutchen. The students 6-6-6 FERTILIZER .......,44101 Q A I,.!.s: 1I1i'
displaying the best citizenship CALIPONNIATOftLATOLf <
for the past two months are "' 100 Organic ''i_' '14,9 l '
Jeff Dowling. Tancie King '

Carla Woods.McCutchen anciBarbara v (Synthetic) ::M 31

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grade congratulates Alishe $42199Baj ."oi.tD!; {. ;...t'e m 17 NYQU1LCOLO THIAMIMIC1M
Gruen on winning thrMcDonald's ONLY DRE 'SILUN" TABLETS
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valentine contest iJ H aLUI, 11ur.r.1PIF
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for first grades. Hers was MOUTHWAIH SHAMPOO I .n.S Z
Judged the best glrls'a valent ,V.M .219+ g Z9 "",'r", ". 1 'I n...!) usouq =
ins from SHELLS .". s1. I .An ea 'unw
Southside. She and .7.141. ...137'I'

her Valentine family Dinner enjoyed on a Tuesday special SAYE $40 MNU....,8 39c ,1."orD..u..Ia" '

evening.Ms. ::5. .R. I SHORT 4k MASSIMGILLO1SPOSAB1I ti
!Cyndee Lawrence's A...., ,. nrM.MSASSY
second-third grade class is Tore Grassmaster .'.I" ."'."1: BLADESCANADA CONDITIONra DOUCfliCI1LITTI ,
currently involved in a food 446.5 M4A NIIIW
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study. They: are using 21" CutKeyLectric Start''' : 129'i aeWMT 77 .
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material furnished by the .ry MYiaN aAY1a $119 774
Self Propel4; Rear Center '
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Dairy CounciL As a concrete I POT PIES
example of the unit the class 'r- rlgrls MIr
with have several tasting Reg. '3fl9" $32995 DRY a "
parties. On Friday February \ -"t1de120890 4/99c UOAH TREE PANTRY_ PRIDItt'
17,they tasted examples of the ONMSII AICH/aaY.NU1a MOOT SIM- I' '
meat and milk group As a t JAMAICA COLA STPMOTOR SAUERKRAUT .
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culmination of the study they f1 I

will plan cook a it balanced In their room breakfastand one SAVE'30 elwragUrMII numinuot8UIISPY, (i"! ) BTL. rtus'DIFOSIT / GASTREATMENT: ', 'OIL tent nrwa ..3/c'.

morning. Model 20750-SameAs Above ; -I : '1sood 'MILE
Mrs. Donna Hartley's fifth Except I
grade class. welcomes two new ,rails = UART'' yrA

members. Andy Nguyen and RecoltStartln$29915 -,- 69 c 8oz, 2/II 1.c
Jim Nguyen have workervery t :g
hard the first half of the CAN : I or : ,
school year and thus. have Reg..'32 _
moved to this ro< From Miss Esther: Casas. :eAMrMr r51f1 : ,
music. teacher conies news of WHIP I" AS" y ,RB rQ.V.. $ 'coFi: E
visitor to Soulhslderecently. I > :
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Hortzwitz a violinist, brought .18" Grass Master. $1 9'495 ; ''I $517 I .. 'SIc.: "." IJ'
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her violin and told a little of Push Model< 20098 Reg. 214" .
the history of the Instrument.
She played the violin and then
let several student. try their' GARDEN, & : ,--------' Le
hand. The music. classes are \ .
now studying two members of A HU8SERY CENTLIBCONTROL .-.aI'
the woodwind family the 'SRI ,MA1TCITICi : '
flute and the piccolo. The -. C8IAMpfii g .
music classes an working ( 39 E. Call St. Stark*, Flea:; 'j ,=, .
very bard for their opera Ua tc APtwwi 011 erMq.r 1
be performed in April for UM aewlcAti ca. 98"1..0 .Ha-.": IBM.:i.UW.. ,
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.! ppoDted( as acting administrators Mrs. Ivey received her Florida in Jacksonville. A Keystone Heights area Therefore Scruby charges Judge Wtnegeart gave f 1 f.
of Bradford registered nursing degree Married and the mother of County Hospital at the special from Mobile Infirmary and two children, Mrs. Ivey Is Glisson.won his first round In without representation.Judge amendment to the suit on the
meeting of the board oftrustees needs 32 hours for a bachelorof married to a self-employed court last week on his suit Win eart in constitutionality question.
Feb. 19 were business science In nursing degree poultry farmer. They make challenging the taxing author clarifying the suit'a language,
manager"Angus Douglass and from the University of North their home In Green Cove ity of the St Johns River stated Gll lOn's milt Is seekingto Scruby explained that the
director of nurses Patricia water Mangement District have the statue supporting amendment will argue that
J weYl fl' when Judge Lamar Winegeart the levy declared null and void the state Constitution says the
denied the water management and Is attacking the constitutionality state cannot levy ad valorem,
5 Minor Accidents
*Douglass became a memberof ReportedThe ., district's motion to dismiss of the way the St. taxi and the water management -
;Pie BCII staff in October .. t" !.. the legal action. Johns Water Management district is a slate
when a.new position of con- number of accidents In Simmons was stopped at the Merrill's action, filed in District has levied taxes. agracy
troller was authorized by the the county remained low, intersection of SR-100 and Acting administrators for Bradford County Hospital Angus December, challenged the
board. A native pf Defunlak despite the bad weather this Thompson St. and when he Douglass. and Mrs.Patricia lYe,check a computer printout legality of the Greater SL Set To DISCUHS
Springs. Douglass' 'was a week. with only two reportedby proceeded across was hit by Johns Basin Board' based on March 2 Meeting ,
public accountant 13 years the Florida Highway Claude Jackson Johns. Sr of i-fo. various Florida statues. It : I' fil
owning his own business. Patrol and three by the City of Starke going west on SK-100. was answered In January by Possible Problems i
Douglass* served as con- Starke.No Pollee estimated $475 damageto DuPont Adds New PlanThe the SJRWMD seeking a dismissal SJRWMD ,
troller and assistant administrator one was Injured. the Simmons' vehicle and Disability of the suit I.. .t. 1 If "0 ,
In's Rodney Theodore Peck was $100 to the Johns' vehicle.On I In Bradford County SJR Four area wide meetingshave On February 27-2H nuTtingx I I
hospitals including a 323-bcd Charged, with making an Improper Monday Feb. 20. Stuart WMD covers six square miles been scheduled by the St. will be held In MHIxnirm1 und I
hospital in High Point. North turn when he struck Miles Struthers of Starke hit a Du Pont Company is" employees The new benefit a strip about one mile Johns River Water Management Orlando respectively ; I
Carolina In Lake Wales and in Pervis James Norman Friday vehicle driven by Hlralal adding a new disability benefit has particular importance for: wide north of the Keystone District to discuss local All local governments who
the OkalOOlla County Hospital morning on SK-100. Both cars Choudhury of Dunnellon plan to the Du Pont employees who do not Airport to south of Keystoneon I and regional water management want to participate in liter, !
System of1 three small were making a right turn on to waiting to make a left turn on enrployee benefit company's have pennon service to qualify Geneva Lake. Divided Into perspectives and management activities. the ,
hospitals.As Klghth..: Avenue. to US-301. Struthers was according to for a aa well as those districts as "per natural possible methods for addressing general public and other In. J
controller (at BCII. Virginia Bradley lost pulling a 70 foot mobile home ;manager of Du Pont's Trail, whose Social Security benefits' watershed ;the rest of local government !crested in this issue are invited t
Douglass' duties include control of her vehicle Wednes- and was making a left turn on Ridge and Highland plants. would replace only a small the county's 284 square milesIs and District coordination la attend, t
personnel billing (financial day morning when tire blew SK-16. Police estimated $200 The Total and Permanent part of their working income.In In the Suwanne. River problems.On The agenda will Involve the f
statements and bud eUng. out as she was travelling on damage I to the Choudhury Disability Income Flair Water Management Dfstrlct. March 2 a meeting will purtx..e ol the* nici'linux.
Single. Douglass lives in SK-KW. Her vehicle went off vehicle. supplements other disability. commenting on the new Acting attorney nun. be held In the Putnam County background and possible
Starke, \ the road and struck a culvert. Michael Clark Milam was benefits to guarantee that Du benefit Platt said. "While Scruby of Orange Park for Courthouse commission method of lIiKtrll".IIK'ul /
.Patricia Ivey took over her .The Starke Police Department charged with careless drivingin Pont employees with one yearor none of us even likes to think Glisson told the court last meeting room from I 1pm, 5p government interaction I l h>\ the
duties, director of' nurses Investigated three an accident Tuesday. Feb. more of service will receivea about having a catastrophic week that the water manage- .m.This. is a central location )istrirl. .
November 7, 'A native of accidents but reported no 21.John Bennie Sapp of Starke lifetime income.of 60 percent illness or Injury this guaran- ment district has thwarted the for those residing In Alachuu I
Green; Cove Springs Mrs. injuries. was stopped at a red light of their normal pay in teed protection assures Du legislative Intent of the act Marlon Putnam Voluslii, The !second. lout of the,
Ivey was employed at Steve Simmons of Green when Milam ran into the backof case of total and permanent Pont employees that they will authorizing it to levy taxes. Bradford and Flagler coun agenda will b?devoted locnl ". I '"
Methodist Hospital in Cove Springs was charged the vehicle. Police reported disability.The be able to provide for them- 'The legislative mandate, ties.On governments discussing I.
Jacksonville before assumingthe with failure to yield right of $250 damage to the Milam plan which I is effective selves and their families in says the state will pay for the March 3 another scheduled water management activities(
directors position in wuv In an accident Friday. vehicle and $100 damage to February 28, will be paid for case of total and permanent district's administration and meeting will be hold in -- past, present und iinllciputod. 1
Starke. Feb. 17. Police report the Supp vehicle. by Du Pont with no cost to disability regulation costs and each Jacksonville at the HealthBuildingAudilorium.515 problems and suggested "t
1 county will pay for specific West roles for S.U\\MI) ). II I.
projects In their area Scruby Sixth Street from 10 a.m, to 4 The t third portion of I the I ,
stated. p.m. for Nassau Baker, Clay agenda will l be diKriiKsion j I'' t.,
Scruby argued the water St. Johns and Duval County period between! the S.IICW\III: t :'
management district has participants. and Incaruovcrnmi-nts. I.. (

,STAINLESS STEEL, FLATWARE. its levied 15 counties a uniform of tax.138 within mills.all Swine Show Entrants .Hear Rules 1 ['il

FROM doe He further alledges that the graded a gruillnrf
by committee
I'' low prlco you can own A eolloetlon of famw! qg* I EKGOlTIRNS 'w""" .. ,.*.- '' A SJWMD, which acts as administrator The majority of the HI andFKA ,
r., of the basin swine exhibitors for the 35: exhibitors out of the I It:; t.
'EKCOHEIIN obi loan slool ll.tw ro. Each pines reflects tho s.N.a. .cos. board, has not followed the Bradford County Fair met who have registered werepresent .
: 'fastidious attention to detail, finish, and manufacture required + mandate and are using the tax with the Bradford.Union at the Such: I
lopr.ducehis.tableware.. .. gracoful enough for guett'table. crN I Or SUPERMARKETS money.for administrative ex Swine Association Thursday exhibitor wns Issued rattle I
perfect for everyday! meals, PACKAGE SILfCT THE PATTERN YOU LIKE BEST. penses. He stated the evening Feb. 16. at the tickets to sell for a freezer 1
TWO CLARA or CONCORD .RIOOB district's budget does not Courthouse in Lake Butler. hog The drawing,,11111!*' held :
.PURCHASE AS MANY AS YOU LIKE SANTA _. show the money going to any James Balkcom. presidentof Thursday March :Ml Vms do I
NO LIMITS-NOTHING ELSE TO BUY. but I ., t"'OMP JTEfr: : P1EC.E.i' ''I"Btl! specific projects. the Association, presidedover not have to he present to win. ,
79 : The legislative act calls for the meeting. He went Proceeds from I the drawing I
hun while wo esn offer Sooelal' Low '" (.J $ .t ''AIIg.Qw"'AI;: U.1
-TEASPOON- -. each county to have a over the rules of the Swine will go toward t the Sw intO Show :
t0E4 'AT ..F.QQPFAIR! THIS WEEKS FEATURE representative on the board. Show and Sale, so there wouldbe and Sale. t
SWEET AND MELLOW But when It was created last no misunderstandings at a The weigh-in lor the hugs It .'
ALL year,only nine members were later time. Some of the rules will be from 'U-K p.m. .
Golden Ripe appointed to act as basin mentioned were: 1)) the Tuesday, March iH.The Suite
ORANGi YELLOW board members. cleanliness of the pens: .2)) Show is set for 7:111:: pm. \
each hog must weigh a Wednesday March :29!! The I
FOR SALEALUMINUM : minimum of 180 Ibs, and be a Swine Sale is set for 7'::to) |p m ;
ONIONSBANAtt grade of I or 2; 3)) hogs will be Thursday.. March :'Ml)

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I 1896 Letter Gives Clue On Naming of Call' StreetA f; ; t ;fORESTRY- I., '{;i'IjaOk eers:; ?,


new theory an to the that Call Street was named In Atlantic to Gulf railroad that ,.. r .,
r ;o !
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naming of Call Street the honor of Richard Keith Call, gave birth to Starke. '
original business street of territorial governor of If.,. .." Volume Estimates ; '
Starke was decuced this Florida. 1836-39; 1841-44. On The letter was written to -__!
week from a typewritten the basis of Information contained Mr, Johns by Saml. A. Swann Weekly I get Inquiries from through a aeries statistical''

letter dated March 6, 1896, In the 18U6 letter of Kernandlna, who was landowners wanting to know analyses to derive range' of '
recently discovered by L.M. however, it may be surmidthat ; serving In 1870 as secretary of I the amount of timber they estimated volume..' >,'. :.<':,'
Gaines among the papers of Call Street was named In the Florida Land & Immigration have on their property. ,
J.M. Johns, father of Mr. honor of George W. Call of Company, Swann was Volume estimates ', are'
Gal""' stepfather, the late Fernandlna. a stale senator In II to a letter from J.M. 4 This Is a difficult request to strictly what Its name implies.
Archibald I II. Johns. (from the then 13th District) Johns requesting Informationon answer Difficult became: : It is an estimate and .should
in the Legislatures of 1858 59 the derivation of title to volume estimates for timber not be taken as tact. Many
In has generally been Ml. and also secretary Lots 6 & 8. Block 15. Starke sale purposes cannotbe made, human and instrumental elements ,
assumed \ there .' due to policy by your county are Incorporated when.aues.lng .
although was treasurer of the Florida Rail. In the letter Swann says: charac-
no direct supporting evidence load Company, builders of the "At the time sale was made to Il ..k t { a forester. teristic. Anyone* of ,these

I f, l 'r Determining the volume of factors will be seen differently

... L 'u. ." ... .. .... . ... ''' .. ,. ,, ''' C Umber on a tract Is not a by each individual. ,'
", .. .. ;r' simple tank,Sure you can ride
" ""')j" ." '" .. t' .. \ More often than not when a
," ;Dn"; J'm! ,\'0 \"D;} //\\ iTi : ", ', ,', .. by in a car or walk through the landowner secures a volume

Ii 1.J. i.1 iL .DJ iI' nD'S: :"; forest to obtain a volume range, he will. place greater
< .A. __, .. '" ,; l figure. But how good Is 'It? emphasis on the higher value.

'. '. ... _' ,. .", q. ,. . .. .. .,.., .. .. ... How much faith would you To be realistic, the high, the
Call Street Named ForRnilroad, Official? place in a volume figure pro low and will the fall possibility outside this the
vided to you by an Inexperienced should be'considered
Get Get SetOne person" Would you range

Ready, Jacob Johns, March 11th. 1870 Starke, and to lay out the town property, Swann writes that: place a greater degree of trust Invariably persons having
by the Florida Land & and build close to the track, "The Fla. Land & In a number provided to you timber for sale multiply the'

Immigration Company I was with the understanding and Immigration Co. then deeded by a seasoned forester who highest volume estimate by an'

simply acting as Secretary of agreement on the part of Cole Lots 6 & 8, Block 15 being( uses this'method? anticipated market price.'
man's snow and ice is anotherman's region's broadly based expansion per said Land Co. under instructions :- that he would (as he did) giveto part of the land generally When bids are received, often

opportunity. sisting. Employment was up in most Industries of Mr. Yulee and knew the K.It. Co. Lota 6 & 8, scribed in above named Since it Is Impossible to take they!' are not up to the owner's

and the jobless rate improved. nothing more definite with Hlotk li: for tank and other deeds to Jacob Johns, March measurements on all trees expectations, Perhaps the

Were not rejoicing over the devastating reference to the Starke K.R. purposes In consideration of, 9, 1870. I do not know whetherthe within a stand due to time woodland owner should have

/ winters! that have visited al I Bank lending growth: continued, and lots than was told to me by Mr and upon condition, that the conveyance from Cole to restraints and money, you can considered each alternative.If .

most of manufacturing payrolls were up sharply. Yulee, who stated that, with ,Company would not tae they H.it. Co Is of record or not If obtain a volume figure
every part our nation this year Itesidentlal construction his sanction as President of never! have) require the legal not the Land CD'S deed to through a procedure known as you are Interested In
aryl last indeed, we're sympathetic'with continued cruising. Cruising involves learning how to cruise your,
the Fla. It.K.Co., Mr. Geo. W. right-of-way through the Johns will hold Hood under the
the sufferers. But the fact remains active with strong gains in all areas. A particular 40 acres on which Statute of Limitation." taking tree measurements at timberland tract,contact your I
Call Treasurer & Land Agent
that, although we can put men on the report by the Federal Reserve Bank of of the Co. permitted GeorgeW the town was built." information locations. The county forester. He will be I
gathered is glad to
run you I
moon, mankind, with all its scientific expertise Atlanta said that higher employmentand Coletoenlerlhe4oacresin After enumerating several H la believed that the Jacob .
still can't control the Sec. 28-6-22. the first site of Johns who obtained title to I
weather average weekly earnings boosted subsequent transfers of the the lots in 1870. was the fatherof

so we just have to make the best of it. manufacturing- payrolls in December. J.M. Johns Lots 6 and B,

outpacing the national growth rate. Block 15: lie west of the rail- Household Hotline,

Without a doubt, the winters of 1977 road, fronting on the north
and 1978 will spur the migration of industry The subject of winter weather as it County Agents By side of Call Street,, and are Your byMARYS.YE/\RTA Extension
County -
from the Northeast and other relates to growth prospects of the SunBelt ; d now occupied bY' Gerald lame Economics
BobbyTaylor Agent
states has been a topic of con- Brown Insurance Co. In 1884
hard hit areas of our nation to the milder Notebook .
climate of the so :alled "Sun Belt." siderable attention at business forums inJacksonville : Starke's they were first "skyscraper occupied "by a HOW TO BUY AND the green color again Cold .
phone N4.6ZseExtension 'weather
: brings out the
recently, with plans to con- 209 three story brick building ,FRUITS color. '

The widespread death, destruction, tact industries in the New York and occupied by J.M. Johns Dry

and prolonged interruption and shutdowns New England areas in March "while the Looks like there Is no breakIn corn at its peak of quality. Goods- .& General Merchandise The abundant supply of Since consumers associate
the weather In sight. We However with "Florida Florida's citrus fruits provides orange color with ripeness/ or
is still their minds.
of business and in the snow on
industry quality the skin is sometimes
continue to get heavy rains Staysweet you may leave Since the first streets of a convenient way of
North and Midwest are being recognized and cold temperatures. These the ears unharvested on the Starke were not laid out and meeting daily requirements of given a beauty treatment. The
as factors that will speed up the migration The old advice to "strike while the conditions are still delaying plant for a few days withoutany platted until the arrival of the Vitamin C. Their delightful fruit Is held for a short periodin

to the South and we should prepare iron is hot" should be revised in this instance field preparations for spring appreciable loss of sweetness railroad here in the late 1860's tingling flavor will be a wel- a coloring room with at-

ourselves to take advantage of this to "strike while the ground is crops and some folks will be For maximum tenderness it seems likely that Mn Cole come addition to your family's brighten conditions that
the color. Another
opportunity. cold" or better still, while it is frozen rushed to get a good seedbed however, it is best to Starke's first postmaster and breakfast snacks and used is to color
at the time the of the 40 desserts. way currently
prepared, if they plant on harvest precise owner acres
hard and covered with of ice and
tons the fruit with
schedule. when it is first ready to eat. known as "Original Town of Take time now to brush
One associate of the Jacksonville Area snow. Starke" may have named the up vegetable dye. If color has
on the facts of how to buy and
Cold been added each will
Chamber of Commerce said he had temperatures are With all varieties Including main street In honor of the store citrus fruits. orange
beginning to have an effect on "Stay sweet." refrigerationbelow prominent state senator andF'lorida' have stamped on, it "color
The the Jacksonville
example being set
official by "
talked to an of one last added.
company growth of winter forages, 45 degrees F greatly Railroad official, Florida oranges, which may
wit-k which had 3,000 motor vehicles Area Chamber should be followed greens and strawberries helps to maintain sweetness. George W Call.I'roprIy contain up to 50 percent more
four varieties
radius I of its plant. industry by chambers in every city and several weeks of grazing that Staysweet" still may have ,Tagged arid lands in other states are market oranges now. Navels likely are on large the
town in Florida would have been available from' to nine sometimes called "juice
including, course, !seven percent seedless thick skinned
with warmer winter Hides Besides supplyingmost
Bradford temperatures sugar of Its original nine percent Bringing oranges that
County. oranges are to
The eompany's production easy peel
manager of the world with orange
t after eight to ten days of
had been snowed in at the plant for four storage at 38 to 44 degrees F Higher Pricet concentrate they are delicious and section. They are used for,
: juice and
days, while the president had been Now is an opportune time for the Some greens and cabbage) "fresh eating oranges." handeating.
have been hard hit by the but LAKE CITY As a result llamlins are nearly seedless,
Board of Governors of Starke-Brad-- ,> O.K.! It tastes great,
.nll"I't1 in home our
at for four days. In. small thin skinned
weather. Quality and produc' how well does it grow? I'll of federal export restrictionsfur Good quality citrus fruits oranges
vftiH't, the president had been directing ford County Chamber of Commerce to lion Is down In some fields ,thjs. _question next : and buyers will aretrm, thin /skinned! : ,andIeaby'Tor used for juice and handuatlng.
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his plant from home, while the manager/ '"give some thought to concerted efforts and some growers wtJttt\JWil'\'':\ .Jnllwkft -" ,want love allotlerandbob-,, \ thely'91z@'Th! ,?! best,. Parson tilrllwn' er'ssd'a; laDftei[
had ken running his home from the to making contacts with sunshine- to get their fertilizer money cat pelts tagged by the Game way 1 to judge a fruit is to lift it.' seedy'yelloW'tfklnned' oranges' 1
back. The heavier it Is for its size mostly used for juico.and are
plant. :Similar> or even worse stories of seeking industries whose managementis I- (!'( t7EEtJIflQP : the juicier it will be. widely acclaimed for their

j inciHuenience. property loss, death and interested in moving south where Strawberries can take a lot The United States Fish and sweetness.
of cold, but too much water at Oranges with thick rough,
destruction C a
were reported from hundreds ( Wildlife Services set the
they can avoid the costly shutdowns because this stage can' hurt plant Florida export at fl.OOO heavy skins are usually dry Deep colored tangerines are
of blizzard blitzed quota
locations. of weather conditions 'while enjoying growth and berry production otter and 3,500 bob-cat hides. and stringy with more rag and also on the market now. Its

lower taxes, and other benefits. It doesn't take many days of By William S. Haas It's a simple fact an untaggedhide membrane Inside and less ealy.to-peelskln and sections
Already the trend southward is underway offered by the Sun Belt. standing water or a saturated Service Officer cannot be shipped out of orange. make it an excellent school-

and has been for several years, but strawberry bed to drown or the United States, therefore, Choose oranges that are lunch fruit especially easy for

the experiences| of '77 and '78, together is kill plant roots. Even thoughthe will not bring prices as high as free from soft spots. They small children to eat.
Opportunity knocking, and plant survive, it takesa
we may "
If certain health tagged hides, according to Its the
with predictions of more unpredictable problems I generally| Indicate spoilage cousin tangolo. is a
$ while for the
should not turn a deaf ear. Now is the roots to re-grow '
prevented your beginning or Major Larry: Martin j 4 and bruises. cross between the tangerineand
weather to in the winters ahead
come is and this delays and decreases
time for the Chamber of Commerce to completing your education grapefruit. It looks and
i Ixmnd U> speed the trend. production. Area trappers and hide You don't have to
up under the GI Bill law worry tastes
a new
develop an aggressive program to attract dealers can have their pelts ,about choosing ripe fruits because similar to an orange.
A few of sunshine and may make It possible for you
our share of this incoming industry days tagged at tho Commission's ,
citrus fruits must be
to turn back the clock and Citrus best In
mild temperatures will makea enroll keeps i a well
The economy of t the Southeast Lake City or Gainesville :ripe when they are taken from
continued If don't
we other areas will get big difference in most fields. again. Office every Monday Wednesday to move ahead in 1978 with the their share and ours too. I'm anxious to see a change and Friday from 8:00: of about 60 degrees F.

that will allow field activity The new program Is avail- a.m. till 12:00 noon. Some of the best fruit may'have Select a cool dry place ,and
and plant growth to pick up. able to veterans, spouses or brown avoid extreme temperatures.Generally ,
;' spots or tinges of
I No Such Thing? Here Is good news for ,surviving spouses whose Persons not wishing to bring green on the skin. This doesn'tmean citrus'will
home gardeners who like eligibility for GI Bill education their hides to Lake City or aren't speaking,
they and
sweet corn "sweet." The Uni- *. benefits expired on June Gainesville for tagging, ripe keep three to four days at
verslty of Florida's Institute -l, 1976 or later, but who had should contact Major Larry good I ruil de. Atmospheric room temperature or three, to ,

State Senator Bob Graham of MiamiInl'sn't Republican Governor Claude Kirk, who of Food and Agricultural .not used all their schooling Martin, and the Commissionwill conditions In Florida have a four weeks In the refrigerator.
Sciences IFAS( ) has de. entitlement when mental or arrange! to tag the pelts considerable effect on the Fruits that have
with ..
<< agree reputed organized has announced he will seek the color.
veloped a new hybrid sweet physical disability interfered "liegreemng" occurs in,. sanitized by
washing and
crime chioftnn Meyer I insky.In governorship as an Independent and is corn variety with a much 'with their training. The disability For more 1 Information on the |the spring when trees have an treated with '
thin 'coat
tagging call a
already beating the drums for casino higher sugar content In the must not have resulted Game and program Fish Commission the ,extra supply of chlorophyll for edible wax will keep longer of
a recent newspaper interview it the kernels that other available from the individual's willful 1 the new crop and the ripe than .
gambling, picturing as only way to 'misconduct. toll free at 1.800.342.8105. those coming dlrectI: '
I insky said there is "no such thing as save South Florida's waning tourist varieties A" j hanging fruit absorb some of from the grove ')

organized crime. Senator Graham callsit trade. Not only Is the corn sweet :3'! Applicants must provide

"one of the biggest problems facing when harvested but it stays :j'[medical evidence that mental 4-H,Club
sweet for I Illness or physical disabilitywas Prepares For Fair I IAll
the state of Florida. Some other candidates for Governor period of time.a relatively Aptly enough long .: responsible for their County ,.i l

are saying they are opposed casino it has been named 'Florida 'being unable to begin or t

Graham says a recent four-month gambling, but, would-support it if the Slavs wee t.' complete schooling before the Lawtey 4-H members be 'says they're learning1' to train that she can teach in the)'4-H "J .

investigation by the New York Times people vote forit in a referendum. The expiration of their GI Bill work sure you In are keeping up the for barrels Bruce Howard in as she loves ceramics
extra amount of eligibility! your 4-H Project
revealed that sugar< and She
I tansky and other Mafia in "Florida Workbooks. Remember dairy says they visited macrame jogging.
chiefs in processed Stay Under the law, veterans no McGills dairy In Jacksonvilleand enjoys many outdoor sports :
met Acapulco, Mexico and Graham says that if the question is sweet" is the result of a project book; no summer
t lr'l.tl'tltinmi: Beach and Atlantic have ten years from the dale camp'! It's not too judged llolsteins and and landscaping, She i Is the '
) City ever placed on the ballot he will cam- sugary gene which ordinary soon to
'of their from Jerseys Shawn ,Hart In
active ,
as prime places where casino gambling paign throughout the state to assure varieties of sweet corn do not begin working on your county .' mother of Suzi :landSBar'biNewport
should be introduced."The have. Most commonly grown .'duty) to complete GI Bill demonstration and you should Livestock says they went to which is the reason .1|,
that casino is defeated. Rather
gambling Spouses
varieties have only about 3 'training or surviving be well along on your fair Mr, Harvey's farm In Lawtey she "secretsrialy '
than being a solution to Florida's percent sugar as comparedwith spouses have ten years from project. This year we're out to to watch the dehorning of. i gave up :
mob winning in Atlantic City casino "the dale of their initial eligibility win the, 41"Best/ Cattle ( bookkeeper' position so she u
problems, sees gambling the 9 percent for"Florida to Club" parbie Newport In would ;have more time 'to kl I
Senator: Graham and it Staysweet." If that sounds complete training trophy for Lawtey! Cake' decorating *
says was recently as "a chance for the many organized too ,under the bill. says they share with her daughters. Her *
reported that Florida voters will crime elements to gain a further 'foothold sweet for good taste keep in Our tel.' :-4 meeting was a ,made sugar candy husband of 14 years Is Max

soon be subjected to an organized] campaign in our beautiful state" He chargesthat mind that out of 84 persons The Veterans Administration work-learning experience as decorations and the class has .Newport, a computor' programmer
of eating the new corn in one VA) does not know the we concentrated on County grown to such a number they at N.A.S. '
: publicity and persuasion, "Organized crime elements have already taste test 56 acclaimed it as number of potential eligibles Demonstrations Tony have been divided Into two s '

headed by u professional named Sandy invaded Florida and have taken the best tasting corn they had but urged individuals who Anderson demonstrated "Howto groups Debra Orleman In Rena Herndon teaches the

Weiner to convince Floridians that over through slick and devious deals... ever eaten j believe they qualify for the prepare a speech." Shawn sewing says they'vefinished very large horse project group

casino gambling is the only salvation of through murder and mayhem, organized Just new program to avoid possible Hart gave her speech without 'quilting and are beginning to which meets once a month.
as Important
Perhaps notes "How sew dresses"and other Rena owns a salon
tolIve a beauty in
Miami Beach and '' by \
other South making
crime elements have driven prices up for Staysweet's"original disappointment have speech." and Wayne Cribbs' personal I garments. Jimmy Jacksonville where she
resorts. consumer goods by driving out legi ability to sweetness its necessary medical evidence told us "How to prepare your Orlernan In electricity says commutes daily. She owns a
remain sweet long 1 demonstration they've finished their '''registered Palomino
t timate' competition. after harvest. 'In connection with their ap Debra cypress Quarter
Graham one of the leading contenders of Unless the ears I plication. Orleman told us "How to give knee lamps and are beginning t Horse which she has shown for

for the Democratic nomination believes that ordinary varieties are adequately \ the club speech." and Bruce to make their electric motors, _;five years In Halter classes: ;
Senator Graham once cooled the
sugar Howard Wayne Cribbs In I
gave us an excellent sleersays
4 for Governor says he is unalterably the people of Florida realize the full changes quickly starch. The l t''l demonstration. they visited the J.ake.Butlerl /western pleasure 'and trail '
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opposed to allowing casino gambling in detrimental effect of casino gambling sweet flavor Is gone In less ,:The word sleuth comas from ,;;1'> ,' ,Vo-Ag. steer meeting and :classes. She also enjoys" *

Florida, and that he will, if elected will the idea of it than a day. You have only a the old Norse "iloth" mean What's happening in the 4-H learned how to groom theirsteers fishing and sewing. She is the
Governor they reject having few hours in which to harvest, I ing ,"the track of an animal." project ? "Sheila for show;'and Kenneth mother of Brand) Sherry and 1
campaign throughout the legalized. then either cook.or store the J : '." Anderson groups ,project Howard in Swine lays they {|Ginger Herndon She has been '.
state to make sure that a vote on f mr 'went to the Swine Association ,married 13 years to Tom ,

gambling would be defeated." Late this month a campaign will be meeting In Union' County. Herndon who ,U an Interior '
.psD,4 AOF0110 c0 There Is plenty of work and .decorator: "1
launched to obtain the 240.000 petition O0
t' '''learning to'
In a strongly worded statement signers needed to place a constitutional 'yYrtiyapIr busy Happy Birthday everyone: Becky J (Both of these ladies have 11''>
Graham said one of the most important ballot authorize Anderson much: to offer '
amendment on the to 2-8 Betty Rudd 2-9, our 4-H youth >
decisions the people of Florida will haveto casino gambling.Weiner. and his cohorts and Jerry Wllkison 213. and: we appreciate-and:\ enjoy "'

make when they choose their r. 'their time and talent In.their
next Q GF '
acknowledge it will be a tough cam- G The Lawtey 4-H Is fortunate, first year In 4-1-I1.!!

Governor and U whether he has both the paign, but are confident of victory with C/ ; BOB G FERGUSON JOHN"M: MILLER:" to have Mrs,,Shirley Newport' "'4 t

moral intellectual courage to make the aid of a million (or more) dollars and gl/ON Publisher and Mrs. Rene Hernfon- A, special thank1 Vofr to Dr.

tough decisions. One of these decisions is the persuasive powers of Claude Kirk. Published Men Thursday and mated esiecond Gar Matter at the Post Office at Stark(. his, under teaching project""' groups -J.St JStarke PenningtonuD..V.M., for the 'of

whether or not casino gambling should Actof March 3. 1879. ...jfarVSubscription Shirley Newport teaches The hn JQrae'c srsa 4ipresentatfon -Fl.

be allowed, in Florida.Graham' Senator Graham has takep the Jead in rate'm trade are,.a7 per year; $4 ix<
of this ,001.rdel adQiI r 8: ar8, par rear: 14 fiO months. .. ._ month to two croups and she. ;' 13. Thank you for
strongly opposing the efforts caring"
stand PHorw 9644305 ", WBflCtfT..... ,.' ,V "'q .rk..1-1'"a.. Idoes,: :fceautlfujwork: which 'sharing!' .... Jndf
\\ on gambling Is diametrically faction, and other gubernatorial candidates ....w.'fI"'!"' jf u 111.; :'" ." 'looks 110 pretty you don'l "'antJitoeatl. ("Information: ."" with imthe __

opposed to- that of ex-. would'do well to follow his lead. it,' She has many talents groups. 4-H



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Feb.13.1171 TELEGRAPH Page
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''S. Brook Nes! : a Tommy Co4, \ '!. yBrooker eO'1 *& apilchrrsottball
i"'TJilrtyflve : i
BradWwlflrrcejve) bis first' 'ltaamwilIJiostI-team: double
club member, Feb. 21 to receive a financial &" 4iLst* tv *. "" :." *. Cold Cup because thisla the elimination tournament,
am now registered voter, report from Paul) Krieger. "' I third Superior year. Tammy Saturday. Feb. 26, in Brookerat
read;discussed: and signed the secretary: treasurer, and to I. I rI j received her first Gold Cup the Brooker Elementary ,
Cerurtitutlonal Amendmentform review our work of this past .h last year and Is presently School beginning at 9 ..m. j
: petition seeking addition 'year We did have great I i working on her second one. Teams participating In the ;
to Article 10 of the Fair success at our District 3 I w x ," (...." This makes Tammy's fourth tourney will be Brooker vs.
Amendment of the Florida meeting at which over 200 Superior rating. She .hi the Planet Earth of Gainesville,
Constitution.This amendment delegate& attended. We failed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. at 9 a.m. Levy County Chief. ,
.deals wittlautomobilell.blllty somewhat to get our various Mann. land v*. Super Pretzel at 10-30: ;
Insurance rates which In our clubs to follow through in Congratulations! To Brad a.m. Cal-Ca of Fernandlna ).
opinion are too high not only urging our legislators to pass L'r lee Deena and Tammy for Beach will play the winner of 'I
for the elderly and Tow-Income certain Important bills whichwe r their Superior performances the Brooker Planet Earth : .
persons but also for the entire believe are. necessary! for { Each one will receive a certificate game at 12-30: p.m. :
car-driving population of our well-being. This failure I II Games will be played at the I f
Florida. We further agree due to the lack of education Mrs. JC Ramsey of Brooker Elementary School I
with Insurance Commissioner which we' have pursued Lacrosse Is their piano field. Refreshments will be I I I
Bill Gunter that suits. for agrwslvely Pertinent teacher available. Umpires for the i
speculative damages pain legislation was discussed and According 'to Recreation tourney are ASA registered! 1
and Toss' of
suffering consortium disseminated throughoutclubs Director Steve Nipper, the Director will be Steve Nipper.
wlth'ene'a mate (In In District 3 for action .

.WU1O' the Wtapr consumes a this year. Plans were also ._ .., --1. 1

dollar large portion by prolonged of our Insurance litigation made meeting for of our a coalition summing next up I Deena and Brad Cox and the toiverilty.oI'F'loitda:.All.-; : .NOTICE :. '.. "f ;:>- -:' j i

and : therefore should be September, through which we Tammy Mann from Brooker three rated; Superiorlor each! : .. ,
abolished. We request all car will take stock of legislative were In the District piano solo -. .,1 i!
owners and drivers to write to accomplishments and hope to : Federation Music Club piano Deena and brad are tbe, '
the Fair Amendment, P.0. expand the influence of the section: Sat. Feb. 18, held at children of Mr. and Mrs The City Of Starke Accepting' :
Box 20288. Tallahassee Fla. NCFC SC to other Districts.
$2304 I in support. of the Amend- Attendance at our last
ment. 'meeting showed a healthy in Spring Fashion Show Set March 2 Applications,, P"JiI..M rch 20, 1978 :

Cursing homes today are A welcome
crease. hearty
big business dealing with the back was given to Jack DR. JOEL Fe KATZAnnounces For The Following: (

thousands and welfare Killoran and his wife'Laura. Pretty as a rose (I-rl) arei Shannon Abram. Tarra Roberts .
of of elderly per Jack thanked the membership Fashion .'
and Margie Hall modeling for TU&Y In the Spring .
sons in Florida. It is fitting for their concern In hospital Show. March 2. '. The Opeplng Of Experienced Mechanic Automobile Pickups :
that legislation has been en- visits calls and get-well cards Abrams of Starke
of Mr. and Mrs. W.M.
acted to protect the rights of during their recent illness. wean Shannon a khaki daughter polyester and cotton Jumper'with a matching His Office,. For The PracticeOf And Up To 2%4 Ton Trucks.; Hydraulic Systems
these oldster. The State A big hand was also ext. her outfit.
jacket. A hooded striped shirt complete '
Nursing Home Ombudsman ended to Lilly Johnson, Mary Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts of Starke. Tarra ", And Some Diesel Experience Required. ;

Committee tive priorities, has Issued forwarded legisla to Allen whom we and hadn't Catherine seen In a Smith long has shawl.on a printed cotton sundress with r a matching lace trimmed. ,' PODIATRY & FOOT SURGERY, Maintain' City Vehicles At The City Garage. Five j

district nursing home ombudsman of Mr. and Mr*.Robert Il..llof Starke wear "
committees, for time.We Margie daughter Day Work Week, Fringe Benefits. Pension Plan. i
are happy to see' that a blue and white dress tied'the back wtlh a bow. .

that study these discussion priorities and action be looking many'of and our feeling members better.are 4001 Newberry Rd. Salary Negotiable. Qualified Mechanics Only I

delivered to district legislators Our best wishes and prayersare Building D Suite 3, Reply; Send Resume To City Clerk, P. 0. DrawerC. i
for very necessary sent to Mora Grlder and '
changes In updating, the Earl Mills who are still on the Gainesville Fla. Starke, Fla. 32091 Phone 964.5027
present. laws by' ,the state puny list
government during the 1978 :Next' meeting -Feb. 28 at 1 :' 373-3077 Merrill Edwards
session of the Legislature. at the Pratt Street j
The executive branch of the pm.Recreation Center. Buttercups are not native to America, but were broughthere (Excluded From Yellow Page) 2/16 3/0 City Clerk3BIG

North Central Florida Coalition -Joe Kerrigan from Europe.
of_ Senior Citizens met .
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I COMMUNITY NEWSby =:.'_ N ='i:rirjw: ...LE Thursday, Friday t

Elizabeth G. Walker :Meeting Thursday! 8 p'm. New Bethel Baptlit ..T' pttrtl :
Phone 961-6683 Afro-American History Ob- Church: Wednesday 7:30J: >.m. and Saturdaydollar
servance: Roots Achieve. Prayer Meeting and Bible
O.E.S. ments and Projections will be Study Friday 7:30: p.m.
Dell Chapter 1M
continued. Everyone Is Invitedto Business meeting. Sunday
attend. School 9:30: am. Morning
O.E.S. will '
Dell Chapter: 168
ML :Morlah: Wednesday 7 Worship 11 a.m. Evening
hold Its regular meeting Ie !
Services 6
Thursday.Feb. 21. at 8 p.m. in p.m. Prayer Meeting p.m.
the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Bible Study. Sunday School Greater Bethlehem Freewill
,9:30: a m. Every member is Baptist Church: Each !
Street. invited to asked to attend the anni- Monday at 7:30: Tiny Tots re-
All members are of the of hearsal. Tuesday 7:30: Prayer !
versary Fellowship
attend this very important Churches at 1 pm. Meeting Wednesday 7.30: ( Get dollar worth and I
meet ing. Plans are ,in the taster: rehearsal will be Senior Choir rehearsal. your up to 49% uEst
.. .
making for the grand( sessionin p.
Thursday at 7:30: Story Hour. C:> 'J ,
held Tuesday after the fourth : .. .9aS
.Jacksonville. April I I. Sunday at 5 p m Male Chorus will meet at 8 r u......" )7t' '1'0O. .t l
flhci..nancerlt rrm.rlcan/ ,,, Achievements History Unit Horn Church of thel.ivinK p m Friday the Junior Choir RTA"" c::> SA'" 75" !AY! f." /t U.I"DYIU. 79a 4-f
will he find: Tuesday 7'4r: and Junior Usher Board will POSITION HUDSON I GALLON fR GREAT BUY ON t
: and Projections! Prayer Service. Fridayat meet. Sunday School 9:30: 11"GRILL "810 H" LIQUID 11(
tonight presented iThursday.at Pleasant Feb Grove 23''i, p.m.7:41: : p m. Tarrying Service a.m., Morning Worship II TOWILS l BLUCH' :" ::.c TOP BRAND },: ''t
Sunday School: |lit( a.m., a.m. Mr. Johnny Davis will '
will .1 E121 MEN'SJEANSI
at n m. Prayer Service<< 2i01
p be ,
:Morning Worship irtn: a.m. speak. Dinner will served 'j '
Kcb 2B; at (
he Md! Sunday.it J.":, (; Vl'f.W; 6 p m. Evening: at 12:30). League 4 p,m. w..f .-:.- w'111-" $ Saar WA/yM '",
I ::Vi p m at Complex Worship 7:4'I :;. Evening: service 6pm. :;:::J I 5 OO. '. .'
fofi ._
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a'iI6rIUan"! ; : IJIIJr.m tati ; ; iihiu.,'tddTr.da'1ft 'a'm ., J' ''SAVE ,. 1 .
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,;'I"f'IKlla"\: invited. to attend. I Friday 7 pm.0.:' 2 hoir; is Morning' Worship 11TO::! W SAVI3r" I "ALUII'I..USI_ 1' .::: _',H'11_ "_ KEDSLTA.SMLAKERS 1. Mnn RupM: :, Prt.Mari Lr 4a1.0.ei.N /
uskrl to ho present! at YPWW B p.m. Evening \: .rr.M iar arq.r 'l'
.. 14 OL RT/IACTASLE. : 320UNC. = :. .. I
Pleasant Grove; Baptist Service 7.15: p.m. ... .Wlll14 0 0 b..id1. .
"KITC"'N' i"EILTYP.. ICED TEA _.....M.e .. A .L.r
,('IILRf'SEWN: Church in Heightsfor The annual n.U.A.n.C, lff- "' .. ...s z. j jIENIE:60$1
Keystone ( KLLN2ER". /- '.l GLASSES ,-. mda. _.. ...IIM. .L.-
the Choir anniversary. Charity Auction will be held at m.I..7.'sb.iaw.e.
the .Farmer's Market on the :: :; v !"' I 1
rater Alien
(;haprlA.VI.K. Sunday School 1f:11I:: amKustor [J.YCHAIN Sj3 .1 :
;. Church; : Saturday : rehearsal is scheduled fairgrounds! just north of IK ). "B" R :"1 -I, ... ... ".
J Chhr BflltrrJ.or.1: I will sell for every afternoon! ut 4 p.m. Slarko on 11.5.K11: on March IBM wa/wee 1'- : wipe3L.4,5; : .;. .rt-J-
"dinners from the kitrhm All asked to Inn m. Mr Gil Nelson is the .. .. < .
All partic:ipanlH urc .
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rn"'mri''T8 urn invitr-d\ to err !11ft prcsrnt! promptly ut 4. tint'tionccr, Il i .Y -,, '6 Y' WILT J .....q '
r>"pts> with thn activity: l'' I N BAve3z,, II: : .. n "
!Sunday/ !S>:hool 10 am \ IAn'f5-2" / lid 30Z CAN .'. 'k' fft.: .i .s: ri.t? ; '"---..
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LAWTEY --- ,-'-- .
CHURCH ACTIVITIES FIRST BAiTItrii Sunday p.m, BTS S:4i: p.m, Prayer" brother and sister''j&S% ;:; Complaint. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship ; 'r. tNt action to foMdos '
"EIIisbelhTerry; w' of Meeting Wednesday at 7 p. I4, and Mr*.Wendell Sander8nd WITNESS my hand and the an a
School 10 am, Worship Ser- Services I 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m I PERSONALS !! on "..the./
mortgage foiootnoproperty
Phone 782-3300' ; "5* ear of ttts Court; on January 28,
vices II a.m. and 6 p.m Training Union at 8:30 p.m, ,. It Mr. and Mrs James: ;y 1978. (m Bradfoirf, County.TheEaotBOfMtofUM4of,

Prayer Meeting Wednesday. 1 Prayer Meeting Wednesday and School Bowman and son Brian were ( GILBERT S. BROWN As dark
at the church. No charge Sunday 10 a.m. Worship
p.m, YPE Friday at 7 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Is welcome. Services 11 a.m. and 6 Sunday dinner guests of their at SaId Court
EVERGREEN BAPTIST GRACE. UNITED everyone .Prayer Wednesday Mother Mrs. R.W. Bowman, LUNCH MENU By: Virginia f. Darby, Block 4, fleshing too feet on
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship METHODIST: Sunday School 18 Youth from their at 7:30 Meeting of Jacksonville. Deputy Clerk State Street and BO feat on Lake
Services 11 a.m. and .7 9:49: a.m. Worship Services 11 Methodist Youth Fellowship : p.m. Miss Elizabeth Terry was a MONDAY: Beefaronl, 1MnMIIn the Town of lanMsy.

m. a.m. and 7:30: p.m, Choir are going to Lake Wales LAURA BAPTISTS Sunday guest of her sister, Mrs C.E, green lima beans, pears, %/2 4lch 2/23 per PM of Town of a.-
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at7pm. Practice at 7 pm and Wednesday Feb. 22nd for School 10 Ser Strickland of Gainesville from Biscuits, butter, milk. recorded In Peed oc-.Cr.;
a.m. Worship
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Methodist Youth Fellowship "The Passion Play." They vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Thursday to Saturday. Mra. TUESDAY: Barbecue beef pa0s 3. pobBo record of Bradford .
College and Career Class Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. will be accompanied by Rev Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Wood Wester was their on bun. french fries, butteredcorn IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County Ankle
had a spaghetti supper at the The church will present the and Mrs Wm. Wright, Mr. 7:30: p.m. Thursday and Friday dinner banana pudding, milk. EIGHTH JUDICIAL has' bean!filed spats. yew and.
church on Saturday night, Movie. "Those Calloways" a and Mrs. Norman Contl. Mrs. NOKTHSIDB BAPTIST? Aieat. WEDNESDAY: Macaroni COURT OF FLORIDAIN you are required to serve a copy
Feb. 19th.FAITH. heartwarming story of family Terry Oglesby and Mr. Ed Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Mr. and Mra. Leo loyal and cheese bologna cup, J green AND FOR of your written defense W any
BAPTIST Radio life In Vermont. Included are Muse. This Is reward for their Service It ".m. and 7 daughter Leonette visited sweet peas, biscuits: butter. BRADFORD COUNTY to k on RICHARD E. WELTY,
Program WPXE at 8 a.m. humor, outdoor drama and successful participation In the Prayer Meeting/ Wednesday their brother, Lloyd Dyal. in THURSDAYFlan: CIVIL ACTION Ratntitrs' Attorney, whose
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. the beauty of nature. It is a "Rockathon" and a part of at 7 p.m.SMYRNA Alachua General Hospital In buttered grits, cole slaw, In Re: The Msmsge of ROBERT address Is 964 N. Temple
Warship Services II a.m. and perfect fare for church folks their confirmation studies. BAPTIST Gainesville, on Saturday peaches, cornbread, butter, M. BROWNING, Husband, and Avenue. Port Office Box BBS,
Prayer MeetingWednesday 130 minutes long and will be Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship afternoon. milk. AUCE FAYE BROWNING wife. Stsrfce. Florida 3308 on fir before -
8:30: p.m. shown 7 p.m. Feb 24th. 1978 HIGHLAND BAPTIST} Services 11 a.m. and 7I. Terry Futch of Jacksonville FRIDAY: Turkey sandwich CM No. 78-17 March 6, 1878, and He the
Beach: was a Saturday dinner potato chips, butteredcorn original\ with the Dark of this
guest of his Aunt, Miss : apple crisp, milk. NOTICE OF SUIT Court either before, service on

I. I HAMPTON AREA NEWS b Elizabeth Terry. NO PROPERTY Plaintiffs Attorney or knmadtatefy
Phone:: 4611915 Mr. and Mrs J.W. Thomas LEGALSNOTICE fO: ROBERT M. BROWNINGYOU tharsanar. ; Otherwise a
__ and son Jay of Live Oak were ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Default vUl be ntkiwtjcl against
Meeting kitchen Items Condolence Rhodea Room decorations Saturday dinner guests of that an action for Dissolution of tar the relief demanded
carpentry as you ,
An Important Community well as books, clothing antiques Friends of Mrs. Clarice> were done by Teresa their parents, Mr. and Mrs Of INTENTIONTO Marriage has been fled againstyou the Complaint.
Action/ Meeting Is scheduled to Adkins were sorry to hear ol r Bauldree, Marie Corbltt Fred Moore. REGISTER ROBERT M. BROWNING, WITNESS hand and the
or just anything my
be held at the Hampton City the death of her brother,,, Monty Gibson Arneth Meece Mr. and Mrs. Robert Me- FICTITIOUS NAME and you are required to serves
else be of Court
someone might able to .eel) the on Jsnuary 30.
Hall Tuesday, March 7, at 7:30: use. James C. Prelster. on Feb. II 1 Elizabeth Mitchell. Paggene Clellan and son Jeff of ,Pursuant to Section 868.09 copy of your written detenus, If 1978.
p.m. Mrs. Frances Jackson E.W.llodge. who In Marigouln La. Mrs.Adkl i. Roberts, and James O'Steen. Heilbronn Springs, were Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby any to It. on the plaintiff's at- GILBERT S. BROWN
Administrator of the Suwanee serves as rode to Louisiana with her, Refreshment table Sunday dinner guests of their given that the undersigned torney. whose name and address
President of this organizationor AS CLERK OF SAID COURT
Valley Economic Agency will brother. H.W Prelster of' decorations were carried out parents. Mr. and Mrs Stephen M. Henley, Route 1, Is JAMES R. FLYNN '
be on hand to explain how the Mrs. Anna Clayton Fort Pierce and her nephew.S ., by Karen llelle.Terri Rothgeband McClellan.: Lea lox 46, Raiford. Fla. 320B3T; Pierce & lardy P.A., P.O. :Iy: Marian McRae,. Deputy

community can be assisted be organization glad to give secretary more, will In- Wade Prelster. a Palatka Patty Sherwin. The food Mrs. Marian Hall of Mac: doing business under the firm Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, 2/24chg 226a.eHeeeNeleeUeeNe/
with health problems supplemental policeman. Also ac- committee consisted of clenny was a Saturday dinner name of "CONSUMERS 32081. Heee
rent, and Head formation on this project or companying them was her' Teresa Bauldree, Jenny guest of her sister, Mrs. ROOFING CO.." Route 1. Box and file the original; with the
Start programs as well as articles.even arrange for be picking up sister Mrs. Jewell Morris of Davis, Jeannle Lloyd Monty Hester Hicks. 46 Raiford. Bradford County, clerk rA the above styled courton IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
other assistance which the They can Macc ermy. Glisson, Joy Nugent, Paige Mrs. Ann Andrews of Florida :32063 Intends to or before March 13, 1978: EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT OF
Hampton community Is entitled 468.1869 or 460-1437. Mrs. Adklns said another Roberto, Granetta Ramsey, Wildwood was a Sunday afternoon register said fictitious name otherwise a Judgement may be FLORIDA IN AND FOR
to have a share. Mrs Senior Citizens sister Mrs. Lydia Voss of Stephen Spell and Karen guest of her parents, under the provisions of aforesaid entered against you for the relief BRADFORD COUNTY.
Mrs. Lola Williamson who President Evelyn of the Vaughan. Seattle Washington also Wilson. Those serving on the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. status demanded In the complaint or CIVIL ACTION
serves on the Board of the Hampton attended the funeral. Thia was Punch Committee were Mrs. Hester Hicks spent the Stephen M. Henley, owner. petition. CASE NO. 7M1In
SERA Agency urges all interested Senior Citizens Club attendeda the first time In 30 years that Jimmy Joyner. Arneth weekend with her sister Mrs. Dated this 9th day of WITNESS my hand and the
citizens to attend this meeting on of the AD. 1978 Starka. seal.of said Court on February 3,
North Florida Coalition of the three sisters were Meece, Marty Rhoden and O.J. Anders. February at re: The Marriage of
meeting. Senior Citizens held at the together. They stayed at the Darrell Youngblood. Lynn Bock of Brooker was a Florida. 1978. MARVIN E. JOHNSON
Auction Howard Johnson Motel during The students were dressed Sunday dinner guest of his ,.,2/w' 3/2 GILBERT S. BROWNAs husband. and SHERRIE
Starke Recreation Center. ---------
The Bradford Union their stay in Louisiana where In their "Sunday Best" and Mother. Mrs. Daisy Bock: his Clerk of Said Court KOEHLER JOHNSON, wi,..
Association for the Retarded Mark Happy Rhoden Birthday celebrated his they also visited with their graciously greeted guests Grandmother Mrs. Nellie NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO By: Beulah M. Moody As NOTICE OF SUIT
has scheduled an auction for nice who from Texas. Deputy perk,
consisting of parents Wilkinson: and cousin Miss NO PROPERTYTo
7th birthday Feb. S with
March IS at the Farmer'sMarket decorated cake and for Mr. Preister lived In relatives, school personneland Lynn Whaley.Mr. FICTITIOUS NAME 4tchg 32EIGHTH : MARVIN E. JOHNSON.
on US Highway 301 party Lake Butler but In friends. .....
and Mrs. Jack Brassell. Nashville TennesaeeYOU
family friends. "liitfH fiidtJ! f
North. Everyone .Is asked tosearch Danny Riddlck turned 19 Louisiana many years. On Thursday afternoon their son-In-law and daughter Pursuant to Section 866.08. : ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
closets:\ cupboards Feb II'' Sick Lilt Feb. 16. Mrs. Arleen Riche Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Judd Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby JUDICIAL an action for dissolution of
shops, garages for usable Mrs. Alma Dyal Is a third grade class enjoyed 'unInteresting and daughter of Stanley Va., given' that the undersignedGerald CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN tnsrrisQe has been fled against
pneumonia patient at Bradford and informative Mr. and Mrs. Doc Wainwright end Shirley Mayers, 251 AND FOR you Marvin E. Johnsonand
County Hospital. We hope talk on care of their teeth. and children Mrs. Bettie South Westmoreland St., BRADFORD COUNTY you are required to serve a
she Is soon able to return Mrs. Patsy Silcox, Dental Knight and children. Mrs. Starke.. Fla, 32091 doing CIVIL ACTION copy of your written defenses
home. Assistant, and Mrs Janelle Judy Dixon and children: and bualneie under the firm name of any to It. on the plaintiff's!
Sylvester Smith has been Reese,Dental Hygienist from Mr.and Mrs. Allen Brown and "THE WIFE AND I CERAMIC MARVIN R. McKINNEY, attorney whose name and
undergoing medical treatmentat Dr. Denmark's office In daughter, all of Jacksonville. STUDIO" P.O. Box 217, Husband. Plaintiffva- address DUDLEY P. HARDY
the Veterans Hospital in Starke came to their Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright Lawtey Bradford County fie. DEBORAH ANN McKINNEY. Esquire,. PIERCE!! AND HARDY.
Gainesville.Mr classroom to explain proper and children, and 32058 intends to register said wife, defendant. P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030
I ,and Mrs. Walter care of teeth. Mrs. Reese Louie Wainwright, of fictitious: name under the provisions CASE No. 78-84 STARKE. FLORIDA. 32091
"r e Khoden and son. Mark Mr. demonstrated the need of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. of aforesaid statute.
and Mrs. Henry Khoden and thorough brushing with five Edward Wainwright and Gerald and Shirley Movers.owners. NOTICE OF SUIT and file the original/ with the
Paula and. Haywood Rowe pupils participating in the children, of Starke. and Mrs. NO PROPERTYTO clerk of the above styled court
PRICES and Grace were among those demonstration. Wilma Wainwright, were Dated this! 2nd day of : DEBORAH ANN on or before March 2nd 1978:
who attended the wrestling dinner guests of their Mother February, A.D. 1978 at Starke. McKINNEY, 909 South Clubhouse Otherwise a judgement may be
match at the Florida Gym In After observing the results and Grandmother Mrs Florida. Rd. Virginia. Beach. Va entered against you for the relief
CHOPPED ; Gainesville Feb. 14. They all of these demonstrations. the Truby Wainwright on Sunday 2/2 4tchg 2123NOTICE 23452. demanded In the complaint or
watched the Dusty Rhodes class has spent several days Feb. 19th. -------------- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat petition.
and Harley Race com etl(ion. studying the many ways to Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Miss OF INTENTIONTO en action for Dissolution of WITNESS my hand and theseal
24x40 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fontaine preserve their good teeth. Billie Doreen Wilson, Mrs REGISTER Marriage has been filed against I of said Court on January 30.
3 Bedroom Furnished spent Saturday and Sunday in Each child received a new Erma Wilson and Wm Jr., FICTITIOUS NAME you Deborah Ann McKinney 1978.
a Carpeted Allendale and attended the tooth brush tooth paste and Ray and Timmy Wilson and you are required to serve a GILBERT S. BROWNAs
Flea Market there some red tablets to check for helped Col. Wm Wilson Pursuant to Section 866.09, copy of your written defence, if Clerk of said Court
8850 Mrs. Ruth Dennison Florida Statutes notice Is here- any to It, on the plaintiff's
spent proper brushing habits. celebrate his Birthday on By: Marian McRae:: As, Deputy
the weekend visiting her Valentine Parties Saturday, Feb. 18th. by given that the undersignedJohn attorney, whose name and Clerk
sister Mary Jones in Most of the classes at school Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Plympton, 812 East address is George H. Pierce 2/2 4tchg 2/23
24160 Palatka. held Valentine's Washington Ave., Starke, Fla., P.O. Drawer 1030. Stark,
parties on wilklson
and daughter Dana --------------
,n' Hampton Lake Day. ''After exchanging cards' ,of Jacksonville the 32091. doing business under the Florida 32091. and file the
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Fully Furnished March of Dimes collectionsin with their friends,, the- weekend! Wfth"thefflpatents spent ,. firm name of "PLYMPTON .., riQlI1lIlI! NVJ ..,\M" !ef I l91 the ,tlkltn.d'J' i
a Carpet the Hampton Lake Area students enjoyed cookie*," Mr. and Mrs. \ Donald SIGNS" 612 East Washington/ above styled court on or before r' f10TlCEOFMtfENfION.
,795 came to $S4.II. Mrs Bernice cakes candles and soft drfnks ,Wilkison. Their daughter Ave., Stake Bradford County, March 20 1978. otherwise a TO REGISTER
Haleman and Mrs. Dolores or fruit punch. The teachers Dana stayed over until Florida 32091, Intends to register judgement may be entered FICTITIOUS NAME
24x70 Meng thank all who con appreciated the help of'Hie' Tuesday with her Grand said fictitious name under the against you for the relief Pursuant to Section 866.09.
tributed. parent and friends who parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald provisions of aforesaid statute demanded in the complaint or Florida Statutes, notice Is
4 Bedroom 2 Bath Furnished School News assisted on that day.Parking Wilkison.Mr. John W. Plympton owner. petition. hereby given that' the undersigned -

a Full Carpet j' February 14 Mrs. Carole Lot and Mrs. Henry Hodges Dated this 2nd day of WITNESS my hand and the Kenneth and Barbara
14,095 Stevenson's 7th grade class School personnel parents and children: attended the February A.D., 1978. at Starke, seal. of said Court on February Cane, P.O. Box 58. Hampton.Fla. .
sponsored a formal! Valentine and visitors all appreciate the Sportsman 300 Stock Car Florida. 10 1978. doing business under the

24x60 Tea. They sent hand made addition of twenty more Races at Daytona Speedwayon _212_4tpd_2/23_________ Gilbert S. Bro>M'lloa Clerk of firm name of "OLD OAK
invitations decorated the parking spaces In the school Saturday afternoon. said Court NURSERY" Comer 18& 100 E.
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Fully Furnished a Carpet 10,795 room brought In refresh- parking lot. The addition has IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR By: Marian McRae, A* Deputy Thereaaa Bradford County.
ments and served Invited now been paved and markedoff BRADFORD COUNTY Clerk Florida Intends to register said

Large Selection Of 12 14 WidesTo guests. The Invitation into parking sections. We Friends of Harold Eunice LORIDA 2/16 4tchg 3/9 fictitious: name under the provisions
Committee consisted Marty wonder how we managed. regret to learn that he is a CIVIL ACTION ------------- of aforesaid statute.
Choose From Khoden. Evonne James. Susie without it! patient in Riverside Hospital CASE NO. 78-38 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Kenneth and Barbara Cane.
Underwood and Larry Sad Pact Jacksonville Our prayers are REGISTER joint owners.
Starke Home Mr Connie Clark. School with him. WAYNE E. MASSEY and FICTITIOUS NAME Dated this 23rd .day of

Principal teachers cafeteria Mr. and Mrs. Gus ABBIE E. MASSEY, his; wife, Pursuant to Section 865.09. February A.D. 1978 at Starke.
workers and all other school Kopelousos and Col. and Mrs. Plaintiffs.vs Florida Statutes, notice Is ForI a.
? ;F, personnel sere adversely Wm. Wilson celebrated Bill hereby given that the undersigned 2/23 4 tpd. 3/9

Center effected over the weekend and Gus' birthday at Brown EDWARD F. BROOKER, JR. Bernard J. DeGeorge, -------------.
GoM with the theft of important Derby In Gainesville'' on and PENELOPE J. BROOKER Jr., 1909 Wells Road Orange
Starke 964-8741 school property. Besides the Sunday evening. tie WIfe Defendant. Park Fla. 32073 and Carl M. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF .
1690 N. Temple,
recently new Hobart com- Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey Smith 2699 Foxwood Rd., THE
I v Some used to lay that a person mercial size food grinder; two attended Senior Citizens Club NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Orange Park. Fla. 32073 doing EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN .
carrying fern blossoms television seta and four movie meeting in Hampton on : EDWARD F. 8ROOKER, busmen. under the firm name of AND FOR.

would find gold.I projectors were among items Friday evening JR. and PENELOPE J. "Smith & DeGaorge. Inc." BRADFORD COUNTY,
stolen from the school. Every Mrs. Ben McCulley returned BROOKER his Wife POST Standing Blvd. Mkldleburg. day FLORIDAIN
m r '> student also loses by the home Sunday night OFFICE BOX 291, NEW County Florida, intends to
ubsence of these teaching aids from a visit with her son-in- AUGUSTA MISSISSIPPI register said fictitious'. name RE: The Marriage of,
o&dlauu SVUA. -- und kitchen equipment. If anyone law and daughter. Mr. and 39462. under the provisions of irforasaidstatute.
\f has knowledge of the !Mrs. Scott Davies and son SARAH ELIZABETH RYAN.

persona Involved in this theft. Brent and her son David YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Bernard J. DeGaorge,,.Jr., Wife/ Petitioner,
i Mr. Clark or the Sheriffs McCulley. While there she an Action to Foreclose a Carl M. Smith, owners and
Department should be toured the White House with mortgage on the following described Dated this 16th day ,of JOHN CANNON RYAN.,
Seafood Buffet t notified. v.Menu her family. property In Bradford February. A.D. 1978 at Starke. HusbendRepanlaslCASENO.:77.524 \
Miss Sherree Shinn spent County Florida; Florida. '

4-- : t the weekend with Miss Debbie Lots 5 and 6 of Block 12 In the 2/16 4tpd 3/9 ,r\\ I
Hatliff. of Starke. -------------
Keb. nlarchl10U. : City of Lawtey. Florida as !
Every Friday Night : : : NOTICE OF SUIT
Tuesday night Mrs '
.\ : .VV: Chili with bea'iis.' mapped and planed upon the IN THECRCUITCOURTFORBR4DFORO
cabbage salad cheese toast. Joseph Cooper of Sarasota public records of Bradford !
was an overnight guest of Col.
o Florida.
ea apple crisp milk. County COUNTY FLORIDA -
h ,
und :Mrs.m.. Wilson and MARRIAGE. LUMP
has been filed and
Tl'SU.Sausage: links family you ACTION SUM ALIMONY" ,
rice tomato you are required to serve a copy CASE NQ 79-40 "
Shrimp gravy green :Mrs. Selita Lee. of Jackson- BYAWARD .
h : of your written defenses, if any. REGISTER f-
p beans fruit jello. biscuit, OIL COMPANY -
R milk. \ille. \'IsltedIr.: and :Mrs. to It on RICHARD E. WELTrV INC.. Plaintiff .
Gene Pearson for a short time WITH INTEREST' .
t Plaintiffs Attorney whose
a Oysters "tns.su.Pizza.: 'va' '
afternoon. RELIEF
, aE garden salad buttered corn Friday.Mrs.: Del of address is 954 N. Temple WILLIAM ERNEST WILSON !
: M t Scallops tipple sauce doughnut milk. England and her sister Mrs: Avenue Poet Office Box 995. wtd FA YE L. WLSOw's wile TO: JOHN CANNON RYANWhoM
4 hit r TlIl1SU.lIamburger: Florida 32091. on or before Defendants.NOTICE.
r Hussell Lines of Sumter. S.C. Last Known Address,
March 6 1978
and file the
: gramashed potatoes, called their Dad Col. Wm. Is:C/o Wayne Few Tralur Pak
Stuffed Crab green peas fruit cup. roll Wilson on Saturday and original with the Clerk of this OF ACTIONTO Box J 1132.Ik*.O.k.Florida..
Court either before service
wished him
a .
5 Fried & Broiled Fish .. .u0.\\.I Fish mustard' :.Mr. and :Mrs K.M. Sanders) Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately WILSON and FAYE L YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
: greens, carrot sticks cornbread and grandson Jeremy, of thereafter;otherwise s Default WILSON, his wife 102 MOORE Petition for Dissolution ol
will be entered
peach half rookie against you for AVENUE FRUITLAND
Jacksomille ere Sunday Marriage and Lump Sum AtmonybyAvwdof
'-- --' "" the relief demanded In the
:- BAKED HUSH o milk. afternoon guests of their MARYLAND 21826. Real! Property

interest and other relief has been
$ 5 BEANS PUPPIES filed against. you and you are required

69 10 Different Salads to serve a copy of your
C? a If>uu overcome with, trouble and conditions: that are nut natural % i O written defenses, If any to the

I can rt.'mothem; Overcome Spells Had Luck: and) Evil Influence. Petitioner or the Petitioner's at'tgrney.

lU-mcmhcr I am a true Physic, born with po.'''-'', and I will help you. ?. 40 East. WAYNE Main M.Street CARROLL., Lake

Suti Cuvtion in'one visit. During many year. of practice I have d Butler. Florida 32054 on or

brought together many in marriage and reunited many who were before March 23 1978. and Me

$275 separated ... If you are : or in distress I can y the origins)with the dark awe
: SUNDAY BUFFET" help you. floes bad luck seem to folluw you? Ha. the one you love N Out I either before service,on

.-------------- changed? I can tell you why. I will tell you who your enemies and ,O Petitioner's attorney. or immediately 'I'
friends are and i if the one.you love I.i true or faie. I locate lost and 4 thereafter; otherwise a

,1I&ol'n nrtk-les.: I warn you gravely. suggest wisely and explain fully default will be entered against
,>...K\ution Cuiiranterd.; WILL Rl STOREYOUR LOST NATL'KE':! you for relief demanded in the

: j' GQA\k ; DATED Ms 21st day of

., February, 1978..

z= T .Of. .Starke for Phone: 377-8711 MO00 "BP'Hi"Bring o.kof. Circuit Court

ueS.301 N. SS4-76DO Appolrtmei i t i: '"Gainesville. Fla. thin ad With you! ",, 'By. DEPUTY: Marian' McRae i
I M1d M,.. Abbey will read at private parties upon request. "

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I 451 Ir+ al j::;: rds Regular: Play With Winning: 16-9 Season 1a Ij

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tel 1\11 1 < > I:

III Atll-torecordl.U. neater BUS played with three penod advantage and rode the defense, but they were more Adkinson said Walker *.., I IJ
"IQQ heceal. a, nwllty.-for starter sick,, Including the lead all the way to a II&win.. aggressive than six fouls" blocked 8 shots had 8 IJ J
,v Iad.w..KIabIb.IkebtUen: high scoring Aldridge. Duane Coach Adkinson played his Coach Adkinson said. rebounds 4 assists, and ,, I f 11 f; i ,dot, I :{:
Mond y when 1*hey! -downednW CUmmings scored 12. point bench the third and fourth Three foul were called or: cored 8 point Walker
'\!? _..dX r ,,wa"I., tted.nt. body. to put three Tornadoes in Eleven foul were called on Forest's 8-8 Tyrone Young In .
BUS I Inati-4O.aat. t trF OcaU double figure*. Freddie ,Aldridge led BUS BItS during the game 8 In the the air', the coach said. I
*4Mlj", Ofeuradny,. with 18 point. Kenny lint half. Coach ;/Adkinson BUS shot 37 percent from b
.01>>1 & ..bu& ,. &bt..rebI,17,,*.lS nt*r.for on the sick list but played, Cummings each added 12 at the half and the fouls BHS was one for 2 from the 20

... "yteor.o., ttshrarl grabbing a gam high points. were evened out 3 to a team In free throw line. Forest was 8
; ..B11S of .. seconndd 'a 41 i iI
"' wonifc 13ptegularvseatan bounds. Aldridge was : the second half. of 8 from the charity mark. 4, J
,game, Thc .with\ 9 rebounds. Santa Fe sophomore BUS won the game from the "There Is no way Wfl' could t tI
l 'MJoIMtI'W..by.one' point I' Hampton had 11 assists. Dwayne Dixon led his team field hitting 19 field goal to have won," Coach Adklnsotr t
..a IoCahlrrtUa i Kastslde two Ben Ross played 2H quarters with 14 points Dixon .Is the forest' 17, Adkinson. point 1uy, looking back on the
...points,to 4akowvUte\ Bishop In the final game,hitting 4 best sophomore Coach Adkin out ,Forest game 1W
jKennyt Jn ,jtiwt, 1 jUnal .I eight of 5 shots from the field for 8 son say, he. baa seen this BUS wa down 104 after the '
/I ecood*. anoVby.JOoe point to point. season. first but won the "If we had gotten our shareof 1
period, .
P'0, *** BHS was 28 for 51. or 55 percent foul shot' we'd have won !
t..k'-'U"< "' BItS shot 41 per cent from tecond period 14-10 to tie the, 7
l lI li
41* a .'Ocala Forest .UsB the field, 'making 23 of M from the field and "i game 20-20 at the half. .With) the ballgame, Adkinson said. ? 1 t+ i
/ lUlngio, Coach, Warney 'shot*. smooth" 45 percent 9 for 20 2:37 left In the first half one'' Forest was aggressive! enough w
nAdkieeogforadyon.reason; ,, from the free throw line. foul had been called on Ocala to have fouled more than six T
the team the BUS hit 8 of 13 free throws Forest Coach Adkinson said.It : 'times the BItS coach felt I
..season nowqOWieDcJ. in better than usual at 61 r Aldridge was 0 for 17, or 5 was and tuck In the ''Adkinson pointed out that th< .
redouble, Iln cent VMS had only four free percent Roland Gumming second half.nip Forest won the 'Ocala Forest coach apologized
the Tornado eager cap go all throws,. making 3. hit 3 for 3 from the field. second: quarter 14-13 which 'l for the way the gamu '

the way.and win the state Boyile Perry led UIIS with David Walker led BUS. rebounding proved to be the difference in .was called. ._.
Ta."" Of flclals:, in the,Ocala game 12 points Steve Slrmone had with 8. Aldridge and the game. The two teams tied __ \
v.palled U ,fouls! on',BUS, but '10 points. Roland Cummings* each had 5. 6In the fourth period a* .Mil 4 14 11 ..It
only three on.Ocala lI' rest. ''UHS ended the regular 'OH 141144-44 It \
"I could have taken: the season Monday, too, with a 10- Ills. tr 14 11 ,.... defensive Tornado play center prevailed.David ,S. Cummin Hit A.......1-4-1. a-l-il. O. .CvmniMa MamaM, 14 144,, Kenny Hampton holds the basketball high' Inviting. Union eager to came get It as he engineers j ,
SMI '. theTornada attack Number Is Bradford's Duane(..mmIDp.llUlDbeI'20 b Ben R... At "bt"
..1lohaTrottera down there the U record; 414111141Ml Walker his best aM '.1. Walks .... TaMla Ill-It. I
next night and still tiave I lost AitfrMaa. FLU. MmrtMt 4.tt.KM played O. Paraah CaMrw,....,i.ivimi.4 3- Union's Ralph Williams and UIIS' Boy ile Perry at extreme right behind Williams. I II
HI, .. Commit, n-.7, D. defensive game of the season .
** 14,Play*144. Hakart*l-l, f. 'Yawn, ,
T'* ,Uh the core'being1 tied even C..I...._... ...*) I.M. O Walker against Ocala Forest Coach ,.. walker. ,.,. T...,* I>44|. I ,
*tlmes '" Coach I ,,Adklnson said. SHI If 14131.54t I.''', M. Wins. I.'.', Cartar 14-1.

"1'I1e Tornado'' coach praised t UHl Iris i AMrMt. .,..-,.. MlimHMI tMIII.I 4-1-H, T.'..* 11441.lanta _. ..
his team'for/ ) a"stellar per- ,I.CumiMnf i 144,o.C.*...,....Mll.Ja4 .Put,..f...i|Omakall.'-t..CMMM a M-Haw..OIIIM**** I.M 4114 Baby Cagers End Season 129Winning j I
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formant raalhl Forest 41 Walks 141.. T. 11414.OHIi Wllllami -. BaiMa l-l-.
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llmwnn Parry II. -
llchara144. Ta Freddie Aldridge'sedred 18 Jackian 444, FrMaM. ,.,. Malma, 14 8 of their last 9 aN", Sass 1H..II..... called on BHS and 17 on :
in each of the three"games ,. .
points .
I. WIIIIams-1.1.1.' Tech $ .
-O. Flrest40You 441154 114. .:t:2.
basket- Kills 34.7h.5 : but the fact that BHS }
week. varsity
W junior
can't win the close .0.54. 34.3. T.lah 11445. II IIForest
p.41 bailers of Bradford High UHlt alr_ ,..... cagers could not make their ,
auMid'a1 4ackiMl. |
3iB'T. '' 'I 13HS6-IJ1ii 39Frgddte "They gOod job. We one if you don't get the foul" rolled easily by Union High 44- Jaawrn ...... Barkar 141. Wat 444, charity shots good, says j
Aldrldae.led, Brad noved the ball well and got shot*. We didn't get them, 23 Monday, Feb. 2.0. In the last Orini, ,.-, Tatan ...'_11. Coach Hancock. ,
ford cagerswith, 18 ''poIntsMonOllY the good shot," said Coach Coach Warney Adkinson saysof of the for
season a 12-9
.l afternopn In the final Adkinson of the game played the 39-40 loss his team game record. BlISUS.Fe43Tornado The Torandoes trailed 14-8 I

.(.,1I'eIulullealon, .game as the Friday night at Santa Fe suffered last Thursday night season The single loss In the final 9 cagen led all the after the first period and 22 !.
Tornado.five defeated( ..Union. at Ocala Forest way Friday night. Feb. 17, at 11 at the half after getting beat '

QJH h. 439.1 -BHS jumped to'a 17-6 first "Both team played goodr games' wasFeb 16 point, at Santa coming Fe back for nicely a 65-43 after theri win 8-3 In the second period. It was : J'

nip and tuck In the third ,
Ocala Forest where the
Baby narrow 50-49 loss the night before
: Tornadoes lost 10-49 In double period won 14-13 by Forest. .. I
I :CiaiY'IJigh Wins Girl's District overtime. The Tornadoes to Ocala Forest. BItS dominated the fourth .
: : came back Saturday night in The Tornado JV led 28-17 at period 17-5 and tied the game !
the half and led into the fourth 4141. The team tied 2-2 in the 1
h Santa Fe to win
:Going down 48:25: in the with 16 points, Pamela Cole- easily 65-43 period by at least 10 points. In first overtime but *. I
prebrJimlnarles identical I the
iT Clay High 45-S A 32 in a score: to vancity the fourth period, however. It perlodl
.of the Girl' man had 12, and Felicia A hustling Clay High five that night. Forest edged in the >
game different With
was a ,
vDistrict,Basketball Tourna- Spencer 11. got off to a 12-2 first period ad- "I told the boy I wished the 4:42: left in the game story.BHS had second overtime period to win t I
Ytnent held here.. Thursday and vantage in the first period and season wasn't ending" said squandered the lead down to the game MM9. '
;0 i t 4i-r in the second half and
with played
ended their 1978 season II Clay' HIsS i lp..i..r H II. HwidrlcK. way In winning the District S final season game Monday Hancock called a time out "
well. said Coach Hancock.
2-15 record. >.!.... Count. .** 4-4.1'. Cell...... >...> Class AAA Basketball with UHS. "I had to take some drastic
wt; Oay High beat Palatka 47- Kinnl, .I, BaniM ...,. TOIIII .if.f."41 Tournament 45-32 over St. The Tornado JV started BITS shot a dismal 5 for 26
Hi,22 In, the.pr.lim Thursday ...,.", HIK' | c....... !.,. Ooodwln, Augustine In the champion- !slowly was 3-8 before the winsstanea Hancock measures said there His jacking Coach from the field In the first half
1-4-4 Hlim H-l CM 1.5-4. TeHli 'lo-l. under 20 per cent. But the JV
::8'nlght.nlt went on to east 45-32 ''tI, ship game Saturday night to come. Bradford did the team good as the Baby
wiby, ,iSC ?"ugustlne..ln theta High coaches attribute the Torandoes rebuilt their com cages came back In the
>Championship game Saturday BHS 2f-*VA 44 SA outscored Clay High 11-8 slow start to the lack of a ninth fortable advantage outscoring second half with a torrid 18 of
10 night beforB a,,sparsely,filled Bradford High never was in in the second period went grade and middle school Santa Fe 23-10 in the 29 pace from the field, a 62 I
the game early when they met percent effort. It got them a
In the
BUS gym. down only one point sport program here. Most final period, 19 of the fourth
ei' Clay High was 245 after the ,St. Augustine In the second third. 10-11, but lost the fourth rther schools the Tornadoes period points coming after the respectable 41 percent average
game Thursday night, but from the field for the .I
.0,district tournament. period 149. By the final stanza play have sports programs in time ouLFreddie
Principal Charles Francisof faded in the second half. the Clay High girls were he lower grades and play Holds led BHS with night. 23 of 55 attempt BHSwasn't

Bradford High presentedthe clearly In command of thegame. schedules with other schools. Curtis Shell added 16 taking bad shots In the
BHS led points.
,, Clay ,High girls their 8-4 after the first Clay continued to { Bass and first half but just couldn't get
Frazier 12
trophy as champions of period and 15-13 at the half hustle. Behind the .SA girls BIIS44UHS23Tornado points of the ball in the basket on easy
Kevin Miller 10 four the
v. as
after losing only two points 9- shots In the lane from the
District 3 and wished them became lethargic. coasted to
7, in the second SA *!* cagers a visiting BUS five scored in
luck In the regional. tourna- 14-23 win over the Union High wing.

__.menL__ _: outscoring came to life BHS in the 3310.second half,. Pamela Coleman led Clay Freddie Aldridge. number' 'get' a. hand In the face of JV in the final game of the double BHS figures.bucketed 32 of 63 with Center 15 Kevin points Miller and led 15 BHS re

'II' I will)A"17 points 'end, Audrey Union's Boyile Perry Aldrtdg*" sways gives you II* percent." season played before the BHS attempted field goals, a good bounds. Miller played his best

Clay High( 47-PaLMutoUM3tughoonroedi an wit BettyUudaoivledBHSwUhS! .14 l JJtJlwcks 'Itlded'; )3 pq', 'game ..I ays. Coaeh: 'jsrnryAdklnso: : :' .. student body. 1 Monday. after-I*, solid 5 per cent. The BHS fivewas"lTor4,6r25'p defensive game,ol,U>e,season .."
18-i5 the .
,;;, cnampionsnl]p"}, bontlt,1.Edward 1rcehtroht"the ,
"points/Janet: Eadley added 7. 1 .Aldrldgels leadingseoe3fen IheBttS:! five, avenging 143 : against. Forest Coach
lead in. theflnt period and, James led SA with Bridgetta James scored 14 for Hamilton andCurtis charity line. Santa Fe was .U"
In the- Bridgett points and bluing 47 percent of hu shots from the field. This past Hancock laid Curtis Shell led
coasted to Thelma Jones had SA. Shell led BHS with 12 5 of 8 at the free throw line
ofthe tourna-. 16 points week Aldridge. despite being aggravated with the flu bug.Ic..ed.1 and scoring with 16 points and had
Kevin Miller
opening game points In each of the three points. 8 rebounds. Edward Hamiltonhad
meat"UsUng Palatka 12.aM' .. Holll each scored
ti I r 41.II Clayi II III 14. Freddie 7 Nil, I* 'II Ii II.II 7 rebounds Freddie Holds
I*| 1ILI5 ..11 ..,
K'promptly. 1 4IS "
sClay. was top aeeded,1n, the 11 a4454y! *.!.*, William 4fl7l444Hit l-V-4, Clay Might ......c.. 44 CaMmnt>.*- point Hamilton and Frazier Bass IPat Hit Ian 44-11, Hamlllan,, 4.4-4, 3. and Frazier Bass 2. Hollis
tournament. c."" ",1-4-4 D.rUy. 14-1 Mu'on 4-4- ir, frnOt 41.1. Mandrlcli "'.ll, Mlllar454.I Main/ '.1..*. mall/ I4-I4 scored 9 J points.
district Lose.First Match and
n I. Total, II.'.)/. William 1_. T..... IJ-lt-41. Golfers each had 14 Titus 11a. -..... Calvin Taylor led Forest
rThree Clay players were In'"A. II.AixnMiwi WIW4-4-4.Jor4ll, II. Auaintlnai, WIN ...-.. J....* !.*.>, Miller added 12 as the Tornado ...,.fti PaMMtam 4-I-*.Millar 11'r.
.double figures in the opening J..... ,-,.... Kaarta >.0-4. Maara 1.1.4k Jams, "".". Kaara**.. "ordY !-'->. five dominated the boards Tyaan.... Hurl ...... I. JudMn, .. 1-1.;. with 21 points.

,3 (iwln Audrey ,Hendricks led T..", 11-4-44. Talal ,ll-l 11.I By Six Strokeswas BUS bucketed 19 of 58 field Oman..' ,. Talal I.*-,. J.L.If41.jiidun. 14-1, HoanitonI 1M.. I I /11..03

,V' goal attempts a 33 per cent OPl 141 14 I ".M
I I effort The Tornadoes made 6 BUS 41-0. Forest 50 aril, I4if >.!... Hamilraia, 144,
Patrick On With Gators Tornado golfer were off the second match for of 10 free throws a 60 percent "It was just a matter of us Millar M.,... Hallll 4.1... Mail 1414.Tatalt .

I : Signs their game Tuesday, Feb. 21,, Buchholz the first match for effort. making the free throws" O .11-14..., H. ry Sob CaHMi ,.,..,
when losing their opening the Tornado linksmen. Joe Jenkins and James Coach Hancock says of the one ,' .. I.i.'. Lawian ,.,... ....._ I.I1 -
match by 6 stroke, 163-171 to dalt was a cold wet and windy Webb each scored eight pointsfor point loss to Ocala Forest in Tartar. ".'II. T.,... '.".M.Johns .
to local football t tuns may be Buchholz High of Gainesville to play golf Coach the top effort for the VHS double overtime.
.. treated, to the exploits o Coach Warney Adkinson said. Adkinson said: but noted both five in its final game of the BHS hit 23 field goals to 18
another familiar gridder aRe; Richard Gaines and Scott teams played on the same season UHS' junior varsity for Ocala Forest. But BHS got
former Bradford High line Robert each carded 4-over- course. Winkler I Is normally 3 ended the season 1011. only three points at the free
backer inked a 4-year grant par 40 on their home course at or 8 strokes better than his 46 throw line to 14 for Forest. It
in-aid football scholarship thl the Starke Golf and Country and Herre I I. normally 7 to 9 Mil II 14 II.44 was not a matter of the
week with the University 0.' Club. Joe Valinskl shot 45 and strokes better than his 47, UHll 411 ..n number of fouls 16 were -zAsk
Florida's Fighting Gators. Wade Winkler. had a Adkinson said.

T. A, 6-2Vfe and second disastrous ninth hole where a
Patrick was triple bogey pushed his score The Tornadoes will get Philip W. Clark
leading! tackler on the 1971, to 46. Joey Herres was fifth another' chance: at Buchholz ,

Bradford ,High football team Tuesday with a 47. when they travel Tuesday.
from his strong linebacker Buchholz' low man Green, .' Feb. 28 for a 3 p.m. match on
position For the past two carded 40. Tomlin shot 41. the University of Florida RealtorReal Charley ,y
seasons Patrick has been the Brasington and Allen 42. It course.th.LmmetteRichardson .

u, ,BH$i strong side. linebackerand ,E.
defensive signal caller.
Defensive Coach Mike +151rT. Estate Appraiser

Sexton., who Patrick played
A carele act can cause
,,under /says' the lean, tall
stalwart has much potential. B.S.., D.C.. Announces The Opening another person to bee> .hi
Patrick had 51 tackles I.nd 47 tightJiU maeultnlty

assists In Ms senior year. He Is 'r1 i j Announces The Opening Of result his law suit for

a -B and ,I.C student $100,000 or more. The

academically. Keystone Chiropractic OfficeAt Offices uaual (10,000 personal I
Patrick was.named all-area Of
? SR-21 North .
Uabillty policy Is no longeradequate.
by ,the. Gainesville. Sun. He
was named. the outstanding Keystone Shops Suite 5 Can the Charley

defensive ,)lineman at the A'Lawrence E. John Agency Increasemy

Bradford, juigh, football, /;',.. .. .r;.. Comprehensive
banquet. ,. Phone 4784604Nounpamlp.rn. Personal' Liability to I. I I.loo.ooo..v.
,As a junior. Patrick lifted U s3. .
'i Boulevardft ; '' 11000.000
times his body weight a total and I
3p.m. -
in BHS weight for just a few douar nor '
/of 2.020 pounds ',
rr.1l<<1if\ln&.compeUtl9flTen: ,, times Mon., The,., Wed. &Fri ''._ .. I..: ', .L\ premium ,I :

.,.".., A plll)' r...body,:weight Is as 9a.m.1 Thursday Charley E. I I
.higlva category: u, is.kept the & Keystone Hgts. Florida
Athletic Department, the levelS

every,',Jift 5r Trips.&bhlt| few", book JOHNS AGENCY
S LawrencePatic'k signs the contract that will have him ([Excluded fnrm telephone ) .
III gchlegeaJ { ] Io.theLpfamto playing with the .Gator In the Psll.rfnl 473.4700 131 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE
Patrick says
-,1t e him .as a linebacker. followed his brother, Tex, as aBHS a sophomore at the UF next r '1 PHONE 904-S07O
.wt "' 'mJmt glad 1 can go grid star but is the first season. ..

..,2 Jhrough college."says the tell {cVrdder. Wsfgn scholarship
...' K1i t:1': pn <* H'children of 4hU season. With. the Gators. ON ROUTS atJohn
5531'.;, .flr A11Jid 1IIIf'twt11lam M. (Patrick( join former Bradford

.a ,paigk.ofXgwtey4: .Lowrence Jimmy; Clark who will be BrowtVeMOfffif

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I BHS Nine Lose Firsts, To UHS \ -. "-, -'--1IIIIr LOOKING

I Union High jumped on single In the tint and a clean Woodington walked and stole Reddish scored on a wild pitch ?
I Bradford High for five runs in single In the seventh. Keith second. Mark Holmes singled by DUlow making the final FOR JOB ,
+l the first three Innings and Northrup doubled for BIAS and then John Pritchett singled to score 61.UHS .
I coasted to a 6-1 win In the Jeffery Norman Bill Goodge. drive in Woodington and plays again next
slI t ill season! opener for both teams and Doug Reddish each Holmes. Pritchett stole Tuesday, Feb. 28, when LOOKING
'Tuesday afternoon In Starke. singled. '-<> second and third and scored Keystone Heights. High will I .
On a cold damp and windy In his losing effort Kilby on a throwing error. visit Lake Butler for a 4 p.m. r
day both pitchers veteran allowed 8 hits walked 4. and The VHS lead Increased to game. Coach Register said ha
Toby Dillow of UHS and In- struck out I 9. "Kilby did a good 54 In the third Inning when plans to again start Dillow his FOR HELP?
experienced Dinky Kilby for job pitching in his first high Woodington got his second only pitcher with experience
BHS. both went the distance. school ball game" said Brad- walk and stole second and if th* junior's arm stays In
1f The Tiger nine jumped ford Coach Mike Hartley "If third. Holmes walked and good ,
KUby for eight hits and ran we had given him more stole second, and Woodington The Tornadoes go to East- MOTORCYCLES
bases almost at will In piling could have won the stole home on the play side High Gainesville today dot SALE
up an early 5-0) lead. Dillow ball Pritchett then drove In (Thursday, Feb. 23) for a 1 fOR SALE
who heads a 9-1 record as a Coach Hartley pointed to Holmes with his second single p.m. game. Coach Hartley ..- III
sophomore In UHS' 26-4 five Tornado errors and mistakes of the day, making the score 5- says he plans to start Kevin 177 BULTACO dirt .... NOTICE! -QUAIAR'-T...-
season last year, allowed 6 ,and the fact that of the '0. UHS. Tillman. Only 9 ._. riding. ..... ........ waaiaala. ,.a..plea. !.
hits struck out 6, and did not 6 VHS runs were unearned as Pritchett got his third single Next week the Tornado nine PI..... M443M. after S f... pereeal sad IN.....,. Check j j
walk a man. Dillow a left the biggest factors in the loss. and stole second, third and will play round robin Invitational Itpd 223YAMAHA a*.... aarwkera, ,.... isMr. -.
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f nsh Asw + ,. handcr exhibited unusual In winning UHS Coach Joe ,home In the sixth to push the tournament at Palatka ENDURO 12t TV'. .Mt. .a ......... aba. .* "
control for an early season Register also pointed to early CHS lead to 64. High. They will play Monday 300: ar kept .H..r, rkea I week If at e*..... JIM'S "1tkere
game. game mistakes. "We looked The lone Tornado run camein Feb. 27, and Wednesday. M4-61I1, .... for Mike. Itpd FURNITURE 451 M....
f stn Tiger catcher John real good for the first game the sixth when Reddish Thursday and Friday, March 2/13 8&...4.. Lake Battler I/!. Jl
Pritchett was 3 for 3 at the out." A couple of defensive Cloodge; ,and Clark singled and 2. 4. tl/tka; :
plate. Pritchett knocked In 3 errors were committed but SUZUKI CT S50i 174. Baa IC
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law .u. ,
runs Larry Fleming doubled UHS came through in fine red ud. .IIY.greatnndltUa ... t .... 52. ..... Batter 4M2481. .
Doug Rrddlnh kf'f'plllllllrd on first base in TurHiluy. game and Billy Woodmgton, Mark shape the coach pointed out. INI..'., alee* bar sad pad, t/U Wake; */>
against( Lake llullrr.Disappointed. Holmes. Greg Glnstrom and The Tigers need to cut downon "'.Ir... rack. ... rear tire,
Steve White each singled for strike outs and to concentrate shale aid .........,.. AB brMOO. GUNS FOR SALE U'. .
UI IS. on hitting the baseball. P...*.. 4734303. Itpd IS'.. M4 M'.. wU at '..
Freshman lead off batter Register said 2/23 DaIo_'. Dk.aeaL tl/..fca; .

Grapplers Kenny Clark got two hits for UHS opened a three run leadIn REDUCE SAKE sad felt '
Bradford High an Infield the first Inning when Billy SUZUKI OF STARKEi year with 0..... Tall""' A E- :
......,..... Suakl. .....,. Yap "water pOI." treat' a
Return From State"What P..... MM4020. 1(40 8a.tkWalnt Aadrarn Phar....,. SM! W. .
(1301 Sa.lh 'I* M....... St., 8u""" .. S/S 'j+
FFA Week To Be Noted Hlarka. .| U/ch 3tpd III .
can you say when" his opponent five points. According .
you get whipped?" asked to Kielbasa he never YOU 'A .... .',
Coach Joe Klelbasa after his quit/ fighting J but finally lost The Bradford Chapters of vocational agriculture under MISCELLANEOUS$ .attr..d.pr4ga7C...
team returned from a disappointing and wan eliminated from the Future Farmers of Americaare the provisions of the National ,. I..'* Farattare where.
State Tournament tourn.uncnt. celebrating National FFA la ....., s ....l deal.aVartare..
this weekend. "We were better wrestlers Week during the week of Vocational Education' Act. In r ,.1 FREE KITTENSt 1/S Year ...."... ... .
Only one wrestler won any than we showed," said George Washington's birth- 1978 the FFA chapters have SI...... 8 .... ..... Hare AU eprlai air ..ttre.. aaa1
matches but he did not place. Kielbasa "We had never seen more than 500,000 active .h"' ... ka*. ..... da- .......Uea. draatleally'" redewaa -.
Alan Montgomery Troy Ely: this much good wrestling, or day.This week Is set aside each members in 8,500 chapters 6 ela<....P......SI.1I11 altar ). A tow. e._. aha, I/I :ipike ;
aaak uit .
Marlin Slocum Anthony the Intensity of the State year to promote the local located in the nation's public 4:30: pja. Itch, I/Z3 W. Sacra at M carry.."'...Iy....-'
Hrlght and Kenneth Crueller Tournament. We were a little state and national ,schools, said Gaskins. JIM'i FURNITURE 4SS a
lost their first match and were flat and It cost us heavily" organization of the FFA Maim St.. Lake Batter t10ttcfca ''It,!
eliminated from the tourna The wrestlers also missed a The FFA Is intra-currlcular: r t INSURANCE] _,,
ment. Had their opponent warm-up call over the public This week the FFA Is havingthe and originated as a part of the C'YERSt
reached the finals address and before the a PATIO 10x20 far
they would were not annual field day school
system high vocational
..... and ..... ......
have had the chance to place fully prepared when the final student body Friday, Feb 24, agriculture curriculum.: FPA INSURANCE Rlkord Iaadraaea 19 ....aD.... IS9 ...Y.ta0ad. -
third or fourth, but this was call came on the football field at activities encourage membersto Afaacy, Paraari GATOR ALU-
not the case. "It fault and I'm Bradford School. The sad. D....,. Beak B.Bdlag.Ph. ;.
was my High learn through active participation ... MINUM. P.... 171-7117..
Henry Pete won two sorry it cost the boys" said FFA will have events such as how to conduct and 10/11 tl/rha 4M-Z101.Lak Batlar 4620 N.W. IJth, St., G.....-
matches first beating Stewart Kielbasa egg: toss tug of war. skillet take part in public meetings MAINE8 : _- VlBe. end dlsbgMERCHANTS ;_
of Lake Wales by a pin at 3.33 "'Iveof the team are coming to speak in public to buy and INSURANCE Did icy
and then defeating the Region back next year, and Kielbasa toss, sack races. FFA sell cooperatively. to solve Lake AGENCYi. Butler 8., Lake 490-3978.Ava., ...... tkere to a DEALERS

champion Miller of Pahokee feels that they have gained president Timmy Gaskins will their own problems to finance r Cam plat I...,.... 8or.."., ONLY AUCTION aver*
by a score of 5-0. He then met from their experience. be the master of ceremoniesand themselves ana to assume M....' .! 11:30 .... Com
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Salo. the eventual state champion "We will be ready next will give a talk to the ... -- ... r 5 Ev.r,... ll laiarablal .... key hi ....tlt,. 301

from Ft. Myers who kept year. The level of wrestling in student body concerning civic responsibilities. The 4 Immadlata e....'... byphoaa. AUCTION, U.8. 301 Nertk.
his unbeaten record alive by South Florida Is much better national FFA week. FFA is 100 percent Americanin w"F any JOE USHER 2/1|OM 2u Meeae.. 2/23 L d.e.J/ Stark. ,
beating Pete 16-7. but if we see more top quality its ideals and outlook and AGENCY 490-Z12A .r 490-
Pete was then beaten by competition next year we'll The FFA Is the national has no outside affiliations. 2903. REDUCE SAFE A FAST
Smith of Cocoa 5.3 when he be able to compete with organization of, by and for There is no secrecy in any of with GeBei Tablet tad E-
students enrolled in I Luwtey Fisherman C.a,Ii String Of Perch Yap Water PUIa lr..
made a mistake that earned them. its ceremonies Gaskins said. Aadrawa Drew K.,.....
FOR SALEALUMINUM H..|.,.. 2/10 itpd 2/23
Fifth-three speckled perch were a fine reward for braving
I BHS Swings Into Tennis Season the cold: windy day Monday on Lake Lochluoia. The proud SHEETS BAHU(_HAY U..., p.Arathta.Mfkly ... t.M0071. -.
fishermen are Russell Mlscally and Don Brown both of Lawtey. Till tile'("_
24 5/8" S S8,009"
KIIS2-GIISS the ladies with the team not In doubles competition, Coach Howard was the most ,
The first match of the playing well overall, according Jockel and Ormsbee lost 8-5 pleased. She said that the .. .23 Each THOMAS ii
season ended in a loss for the to Coach Howard. and Samons and Godwin lost team needed to win In the (B
ladies ;mil left f'nnrh Melba\, pomp of thr m'ttrhP41llhould 82. doubles competlon and she .I' THESE ARE OFFSET REALTY 1

I Howard wishing they n.iU\ |I....\t' ,,011"' oui" i, 'ht" said. "Lake City has a fine team was happy with Godwin's I| PRINTING PLATES. ..11'I

played another team. Jockel lost 8-3. Orrmt>ee lost this year" said Coach Melba play. ''4 : 1 621 North W.....St.Sterka .
,. ; .
"GUS is a very strong team 8-3. Sdmons! losB-i( and Futch Howard "We should have In No,2 doubles Sampns and r' d llBUmlteii A.....'. "
,il j ,FIarW.IOIIL.f": ,n9644152
+ .....s...ij. b"ywrve .0 .,_...... I. .J1.,...; I /
and we were lost 9-7 The only singles .r .j. .
very nervous won in the number four and Norman lost 8-9 and 5-0 in the ,<'I i f I I "r I f > \Fr) .f I>' 'w,,.,
f she said. competition win for the day five positions." tie-breaker. j Bradford Printers Fanaarrjr A.I.Tile...
The ladies lost all the wan Johns, 8-2. BUS-EasUlde3 t "".6305 Baal Ea"" .
singles competition. Janice In doubles play Jockel and The lady Tornadoes chalkedup BUS Kastslde 5 I Ir -----
Jockcl lost 8-1, Mcrri Ormsbce Ormsbee lust U.6, but Samons their first win for the The men's team lost to 0. acre ."0.. aitee,
.01 mobile
lost! 8-0. Donna Samons lost BI and Futch came back to win 6- season Monday beating Eastside !Monday, with Kenny r home raildaalial, aa 8B-100 Sautk.
I I. Cathy Futch lost 8-1 and I.t Eastside: High 43. Rodrigue losing 6-8 Steve CARDIN BROS. ....or llaacteg. fraatM.ZOO.
Elise Johns lost 8-1 Jockel won 8-3. Ormsbee Griffis winning B-l, T.J .
The girls came back in IIIIS1 I UkeCltyB won 8-5. Samons won 84. Carver losing 2-8 Carlos Now H..Available __..:
double competition with Errors and lack of Futch then lost 5.8 and Johns Hernandez lost 5.8 and Robbie PRECAST PRODUCTS t A Aura with aaptfc teak,
Ormsbee and Jockel winning aggressiveness cost the lady lost in a close match 8.9. Pierce losing 48. Monolithic culvert' sad water, ready
8.3 and Futch and Samons Tornadoes the match against I IncludlDft Iee..b0. kome, Hanpteaarea.
Payne came back for a win 8- In doubles competition
Stepa, Parldng Bu..p.re.8'.pID. ,
,, '. 8R325 ,,
,r- p.I Like City ..rlffav. t 1.6 0, but her match was not for Rodrigue and Griffis won 5.6 Staaaa. Plaatara, owner
Jukil. lo:,t ,4.\ ), Urmhbeo points. and Pierce and Carver lost 5- I Ect. hisses 9.600.
IJUSI: >KY 5 won 8.1, Samons lost 8.... In doubles competition / Faar BR, 2 b.t"-ro'.
Tuesday's match against Futch lost 8-6 and Johns lost 9I Jockel and Godwin won 86. It 8.The men are now 0-4 for the Ph...964-6750 black ..... ki city with
PK Yonge ended in a loss for 7 was with this match that season. I : Ube:O!.S. 2/23 carport and paved drive

Little Bit Of Auto --- .- .. __,." ___ way. By ppt. only
Racing World 5 C P.D ...Tb....
I MOBILE HOMkv a...R.aI EstateBr.k.r

Rubs Off On Cecelia Terwillecar \ "(F'1).a. ) SERVICE. POLES Offlea

Part of the glamour of the prince, winning( the first race a 9 ; 1 00 AMP 964-6162

racing circuit rubbed off on of the 1978 NASCAR season at a "" E.......
this -
Starke weekend
past as Riverside Calif. and) being 933-2210
part of the family of Cale Yarborough chosen the driver of the year ; 200 AMP

stopped to visit with for the second yearA .. j ASSOCIATES
first cousin Cecelia Truluck clone knit family the 8te .S.......
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Terwillegar. F'loyd'sand Kelley's live just : --- / Eve.tM6881Harald
Anyone familiar with racing down the road from Cule All S'" f'' "
recognizes the Yarborough\ remaining close to the home 'f EppeEvt.
name winner of the Daytona place a big antebellum Atlfc* *.W* fie* M M4-WH6

VH i )in 1977 and numerous other mansion. Culc's father,
races since Yarborough began Julian, was killed when he F "'I .yiJ' ',
racing/( the Darlington 500/ ) in was ::11 years old, flying his *,"a'r--', ti1' u'a AFFORDABLE HOMES MODELS
1957 at 18 years of age. Piper Cub airplane.
Mrs Floyd said Cale was always OPEN TO SEE
j Slopping overnight on the interested in racing and 1 .
way home to South Carolina when they found they couldn't ; 1 P.M. Til Dark

I were step-father.Cale's Mr.mother and Mrs.and discourage him him they joined Today Through Sun., Feb. 26

Vernon Floyd and his aunt "We his biggest fans" ';. s... '
and are >, I'IllII 2 BR 2 BA, Frame, Fully 3 BR, 9 B., Brick. QE Executive
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. .
said Calc's mother. Granted a .... : ( Carpeted Central, Air," Healing Pump Cuitom Oaalgn'
Kelley.While football scholarship to 1'- Qaraga With Option wine Kitchen Equip.
visiting in
Starke Clemson. Cale chose racing
Cale's mother shared Mrs. Floyd added. Kenny Kodrlgur uses his powerful backhand: in Mnnday'S: Janice JoikH Kites it all she's got.Recreation Both Models' Located, On SI a Oft Fl.. 100 In Crystal' L.k-
memento's of this year's trio Married in 10, Cale and match against tast; lde. Homaailaa Turn Left Al Camp Montgomery' Follow" Signs .To
to the Daytona 500 The race his wire Belly Jo have three Property Or Phone 473.3133

program features Cole on the children.. They moved into Both Models' Bash Price Under '30.000On
Department For
cover along with his wife and their new (t.800 square foot Begins Preparation Spring Sportswill Customers Lot

mother. The Daytona Beach home at Christmas. The home There will be individual plan to come at 7:45: p.m. for a be held at the Pratt Street -requirement- of both Dixie
Evening News devoted a includes a room filled with organizational meetings for review. Registration forms to Center and the Recreation Youth and Dixie Boys AFFORDABLE HOMES
t. section of the Speedway trophies collected In the 20 each Softball league in the become an A S.A. umpire will Departemnt Office Old Ar P. O Box) 412 Starke.;Fla.
Spwial to Calp's raring years of racing. When coma coming week. On Tuesday, be available at this time. If mory. baseball). For all players who I I ,
trlu :phs an pictures of his pletul it will also have a February 28th at 7:00: pm. you have any questions or are For Dixie Youth a child have participated in the Dixie
farm and new home on 1,ooo swimming pool and tennis Women's Open League will Unable attend this meeting must be at least 10 years of Youth-Boys programs, birth
acres at Timmonsville South court. meet with the Men's Open please call Cheryl Godwin at ''age and not older than 12. The certificates should be on file. STARKE' FIRESTONEUS
Carolina. While In Starke the Floyd's League meeting following at the Recreation Department age determining: date In For those persons not having a
The five page spread on and Kelley's also visited with 8 p.m. On Thursday March 964- 792. ;August I. 1978. Nine year olds birth certificate apply for one 301 N Starke Fie
I William Cafeb Yarborough Byron Terwillegar and Anne 2. 7 pm. the Women's For anyone interested in may be able to play but they with the Bradford County
I rails him racing's crown Terwillegar Nelson. Church League will meet and umpiring Dixie Youth or Dixie must successfully Pout and Health Department. FREE Low Priced Tiras FREE

---.. -- at 8 p.m. the Men's Church Boys Baseball, a meeting will make the league. Try-outs will MOUNTING MOUNTING.!
I League. Roster sheets player be set up at a later date to go be held during regular Registration will end Grand Pns 0' Holid.v,
contracts schedules and over rules regulations and practices. Friday. ,March 10, 978.
entry fees will be discussedand more information. If you are' Practice sessions witl/begin 4 PLY POLYESTER ._"hAiL TIRES _
set at this time. If you interested call the Recreation Dixie Youth will have eight the week: of March 1.1. 1978. _
have a team In the Department 9646792. teams again this year six .
"II.J. .t9'
league, a representative from For scorekeepers there will from, Starke and two from DIXIE BASEBALL. 071/14/ \
your team MUST be at this be a clinic Tuesday March, Lawtey. All children in the COACHES
es meeting. If you have any 1978 at 4 p.m. In the Old Ar- ,Lawley'area should registerIn The Recreation Department 171/14/ 171/.4./ 2588 ';
questions, please phone the mory. To be eligible for Lawtey. See Mr. Buddy would liketo invite anyone 71/14/ 4tll .7./1S' .
Recreation Department 964- scorekeeping you should be at Paterson at Lawtey that would be Interested In I
6792. least 14 of coaching a Dixie Youth (ages H7S/1S/ 1
years age. U you Elementary. "
10-12) Dixie ITS/IS/ 2$ 1I
UMPIRES* have not kept score before the or Boys (ages 13- I
STOREKEEPERSAnyone clinic la designed to teach you Dixie Boys Is a program for 14)) Baseball team to please tt-. L1 I
men or women how. Any scorekeepers from, boys, 13-14 years of age. contact Cheryl Godwin at the a.ndCiii'. 4a"
that are Interested In um last year are NOT required to a Determining' age date U Recreation Department 964- I
w for the adult Softball attend. Please contact the August 1. 1978. This year the 6792. at soon as possible. 4 WHEELER M-tWT '44" 1

leagues should plan to attendan Recreation Department. ,.Aaague will expand from two The Recreation Departmentwould

umpiring clinic Thursday DIXIE YOUTH. team. lo four teams three prefer adults but will ; a..LI. : .: tub,i !
March 9, 1978 in the Old Armory DIXIE BOYS BASEBALI.REGISTRATION .. from 'Starke and one from accept High School Seniors to' RVT
All new umpires or Lawtey. Again, all interested, coach: teams. Games are set M I
.HW.MJ LI' .!7A'
those who did not take the The Recreation Department boys in the Lawtey area, up for 8:45: p.m. and practiceswill _ .
1 A.SA. umpire test should will begin registration for It's i should. see Mr. Paterson. be scheduled by the All. !
come .at 7 p.m. for the Dixie Youth and Dixie.Boys. girth certificates: should be coaches after teams are set Pao..plu. J '
,Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Floyd and Mr. and Mrs W.J. Kelley. I required test. For those who Baseball Programs Monday. rented! with a player's up. All volunteers are greatly ".U. '9841436Iw. .... '
:did take the teat last year February 27tl .Registration ..Istration. card. (This Is a needed and appreciated. I


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Minimum charge $2.oe. Baekieee .. porleaeed '-It.... emOMleat CLEANINO AND REPAIR Yveaae Paaewalor, ..... :J JVTlLnT
prepertyi SITTER N..-....., Sday. .. of
Waiter here. ..... In of the garden spots
(Covers 19 Word.) -.... etatleB bi St.ilio. a ..... 7)30 .... te t refee eejeoa. V"beeje ea to 4734000. Itpd. 23!! We are living en*
Each word over IS ........ ..... 9M42M. p... Meat ha,. ._ traaperUUaa. 964. 7115. 2/3tcag IV23 ..... year ,. aadfwaaaaa America. We have seasons we have unpolluted
1"1' 111. eleeaed ... FREEZER PORK Available BUILDINGS Al laSso our town I Is email aneuah 1C be truly
( ........ .
tall cents .* U 1717. area.Pbea 2/23 BABY 81TT1NQ JOBS) after ....... Cell: Jr. It..... March 1. Half er ....... ......_. prewired. reeeptablae. friendly and about five year from now when Set responsible for errors llabg ........ ."..Ia.., sad ea ....,. T8JI4J10''J er 944942.7tod 8.. per ...... Carcae ..light .wI...... ..... people. frem MI.ml..d Jai have purchased. OUR \ '

when given over'the phoneor [ HELP WANTED PUBLIC SERVICE COORDINATORi ........, reaabU... Call .. __ wela-ht. P4731M02 ..... 473-4882 er 1.1... sad (neve Deer, property -'w* are goIng to regret not Investing 1
Is 'not -1 490-2859. : !2/23 32SUGARCANESEED delivered Bad eel .
when 'copy typed High .aobaolgradoate. Twllla Roberta, SAW SHARPENING Drop ttckg' ap.F old fable about
and brought: to the nfftffMISCELLANEOUS. .mlalmam year 2/23 ItpdBABYSITTING off hi ae,.... et the A.. .leant.mg ............ .1.... .4* awr awn backyard. ttia world and I'I
........._ .hi .......... .la M...... at : : .Mike t* pay) a* alaee.Seaekl looking far diamond all.. eve
SOMEONE TO RAKE ... ......n.maaagomoalwHb .. PURIM IN MY' SIa..... Servlee Statka. sad Graee 81...... P... 9048020. of 8Urke.944.4U2a. *r finding them In your own backyard? : 1

..rard ..rk. S2JS aa .._. ......... AMity, type 45 HOME I....'. .&,, beeiebwated ...- Auto sad Midway Itekg 2/23 9044021. 5/12 U/ehg
r Cat 4734291. llckg 2/23 wpm. ........ .beekkeeplacexporleace .. '_.. Sal 49030 .hi Lake Better. W....... FURNISHINGS) N.wa.d DIAMONDS IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD j i

) rea.lred. Apply *. 2/23 hag Aatei _.kt I, Slarke, ...... ARGENTINA HAVIfertalaad. TrI. end Ylag reeea ....... ew
EXPERIENCED .hi "1'.. et Cky Ceeaty Shack. .,....... Starke' PalatCeatort I. bare. ee 1'.... sad sued ----. assay Law utility m malntananca bill for Ibis ....rl' new : ;
WAITRESSES Part tbeeer C_....., Servlee Offke, ,CARPET INSTALLA. : Oraage B.I...... I.". E.......... P.... 9046379. slIer I..... BARGAIN brick Items on Madlion carnor large lot I
GOT A TASTE FOR ADVENTURE ... ...... a,.'. B_.. Old Ce>........91. WametSt TIONi EiperleaMed .. allabaaoa. C... Reed Creearyi .laHawtberae S/23 4tpd 3/10 CENTER. JOI ...... .( CIlIA flraplaca and space ta garden !
? Yea will Bed It ..... "....rUlt. a.,_ .. Greea Ceve Sarmga. ...In laeel sight BC Ger.... Starka, 984-407a. *1ehgNEW ___
.b ... Navy. Travel .. ... Hta. Apply .kt penea ...Iy.S. 32043. Itckg 2/23 ... weekend ..... Cell Eaaktateat.. ; ....... 475-1311. HOT WATER HEATER. ; 1
ettif .....*.Werk .. ..e ... ITEMS EVERY DAY Owner transferred beautiful l contemporary -
epe .. Maryaaay Evaae. Wag Relford.. 431-1522 after I lit 4tebg. 2/13 Elactrle .. 80 ..a.. .
..... ....
...._t. Get New aeed CHAA J BR 2 B nuga
age top WORTHINGTONSPRINGS ... .......,, 0. P".. 782- lovely landscaping
.....11... ..,..r tnlld. Aattqaee Bad I
RECEPTIONIST KeyatoeeHalgbta Social eerraepeaeat CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIESI 3508. Ichg.. 2/23 leak. tee meek. .. II... family room A flraplaca. Radwcad. II I
aad a gnat h""' .Far Mere Aaknal. Heipitel. ........Contact ShareaFhik INCOME TAX SERVICE, We'are sew LAWTEY VARIETY 8RS2
biler .. ... CMtact, Cblel .... 9-6. 3 1/2 ..,. per v... Ce. T......... C......... eeaapeteat, eteeebtg ....el ....rice. Free. SPECIAL ON SMOKE > W. et U.8. Ml. Y'ail Klngtlay Lake MOO 1 Rd..,.3724211..0r Me.... ..4Prsdf.rl ...... Ugkt. typhig awl cWrl- _HIr _f........ Law prkee.C ...IIaa&... ..... 8t p".. DETECTORS F........ reMke. .i.ol I ,"." producing property.
Sqwre M. 10 eel ... .., eltlce ...p.rlw.pr.f.rr.d. J." v........Ueed Car Let.Lawtoy. phone 490-2219. 0/14'tl/.hp Pheae 904-8827. Ask
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to .
\ Apply by letter Pkeae 782-3321. fat 8..... Itpd 2/23 !
.... ta I pj 1/12 ITukg ... 5010 Blvd.. BRADFORD SEPTIC ONE TO FIVE ACRE Hampton Lako. Are you the "dltcrlmlnatlng"
4/28 J..,.. 32210 Blaadleg Dr. LE. FOR RENT 1 2/10 Itpd 223ALCOHOLICS TANK SERVICE ......... GARAGE SALE Friday TRACTS .la a.,._ person with money to back up your taste lor

-.- Parria. 3/U .4tehg. all teal ....-.... 840. Fact. sad Satarday, 9 ....1 peed H.I..... .ta ............. .. luxury yet Informality (en) Unpratantlout. yet
MOVEDi Tbc Hewer dish ANONYMOUS atyl.u.rsot..d.. P.....' Raleigh. W_..'. bike with BOW .....1(Ii... Ineto per.mobBe elegant brick I redwood furnished. ((2)) Brick
... Miall ... .. repair. ... HOSPITAL ATTENDANT EFFICIENCY APART. ) Pheae 94441894 er ""' ''111. 4t child carrier 990. A.''''.... .It homed I in home with extra lot. dock A boathouia. Custom

....4 .. 8R-100A. South el K.,.._ Holghte. Aalmal. MENT S......., ..... 984-7019. d/... elllId,... clothing. .....- mnaa Berth el K.'...... built Interiors by Maxwell of J...
Seed Mil. Fir .Infe ...., 904' Hoepltal part-tine. ... repaired. adult. ..!Y. ee SEWING MACHINES held __.. end .... fur..itur. Priced .. ... whiR torn

17110 er M4-8804. 2/23 2tpdJ2 Mlleet Jab for tad.at. pete.require T..... Metal,. REPAIRED Al _... AND FOUND .. Hwy 21 acreaa fro. from 1200 ......040 per ... Klngsley Lake -70*on crystal clear w.t.,..Spring

Apply by wall .. ,. 5010 9044784. 2/23 2tcbg 3/2 ........ oiled. sad adjaetod.IT. K.,.._ 473-4583.Auto ,Parte. II Commercial....Daill.frealage. Ow..r ea 473-SR. ''running north of property.: BR with large dock. t"
BlaadUg. Blvd., Jax. 32210 Kayeteae. Itchg
nareateed. .
437 1/2 4I 4 2/13 .''' dressing rooms Ideal for enter.
.. Dr. L JS. P.,,.... 2/23 4Uhg 1 BEDROOM. DUPLE"X) Rtricklaad...._el M...... LOST Black. Labrador. Re- 2/23 } > 'UI.
3/9_ V.f.......... ..r...... Bead sad Hwy 10. "/c.. trlever vkkiHy. el. LakeBreeklya talning. (
LPN RNt Fall UBM ..1.1 refrkcareter pet ... : <
USED er. 11 ... shift. Stark.Neraleg .... 5fl4p. ... 125 N. Myrtle INCOME TAX' HELP P., ..bl'. lajarod.Reward. Holghla. S...... Park .lake H..I... like.. ..... freetlreo. Never before on the mukellow.1 of a small l
.... ...... p.1. U.. .. 9044220.Itckg St.. InG/... Phoeo .... EXPERIENCED a......- Itekg 3/23 473-4817. .....,U..... P...... 473-2743. SIM. P.... 9448484alter farm -one owner 10 Immaculate acres with 70 :
f/23 8082 alter S .... S tpd 3/2 able. ....... Veda Praltt, 2/23JtpdJ/2 lVa..314 N. Temple. Mahan trees cypress home garage I
AUTO FOR SALES 195$. .4 Lake City Call 732-4549. Star.....
---- Itchg for
LOST Mate G.r... FREE GIFTS fee aad barn fenced A. crosfancad..ldeal
ere large
...., ClMvnlat. IM Air 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, 2/2 39DISABLED
CETA FaBnlly Barvkea, Aide Otpd Skepkerd. Dog, ....er. to appreckited. Year ...1.... horses. 4
B.Mtlfol. tall 4903348.Itcbg ... Pey Grade. I*. 17.433.n. UafaraJahod. earpetod,freeitporca M.Jor. Bright' .. ayleaMilar. ....... be printed. .. thoai'' FOR'8ALE.. bla....., I
2/23 8ac. tlity. ,.... wash VETERAN ... _.. .....1.. ler nay eteree. ever
Feed W.
located wick from far the County Fair. Far
... ...... den In town- 1240 Blinding. CHaS. many
.. reoea.big .Boar Wtl... eat year garage V 140 different eaea. we have Largest
offko. 8..1' .. & .Ir. vicinity. el Lake Echo eaFeb. eatkaataa ee peaa, key
1975 NOVA* 3 deer katchback. eeeipbHerr _......., 1150 Bowed .. .keep the ..- them all. Dabmer'e rooms excellent condition owner transferred.
........1 ..platlee el two .19. Pie...call 473-1 125.Itchg chelae. ealeadara bitches
A/T P/8. A/C. 0 eyl.S2AOO. ,..,.. af ..a... |1801| ..5.t.r -.. rr... ....,.llret. aad. last ...th waated Jaak, ,473-2404. 2/23 .....U.. Utter b..., ale.Phoae PliM..?'. U/ct.
CaH Elde 984-4020. III." tl/chg 20 -wall tank A pole cleared' A
Neraiaa, .... IB .. accredited. 964-7012 after 0 .... 125.000. acres
904-4323 1-1 Teea-Satt All college er ,"".ralt,. Apply 'FURNISHED APART Itpd 223GARAGE We .1!_ have ... Ireeeri pr.tty.
day. M...."; 14 Smmdmj.llpd 1'''. Slate Eaple,.... Sar- MENT, 1 ....1'_. BtUtlei SEPTIC TANK A GREASE 'WANUO Uctrlfl ...".. ... ...IIer.. .
Z/23 wle... Stark.. Itchg 2/23 IIIcl...... N. ..... erchldrea TRAP. ..._. .., sow Ueoe.roaaoaablo. .. r J SALE Frl/SAt.. IHihBw'e.. DI_... P.... Cozy :I BR on :V/t acres fruit trees garden

314 N. T..... Jee Foreyth... .. 9 te 5. I. UCI Ho...... Look. 9B4-7SM. tieRgWHOLESALE shop or garage owner financed.
FORD EXPLORER "78. DEPUTY DIRECTOR A,... S..,..... 904-0404 er 4311022. AU .. far ...... Houaehold ...d., DEALER
3/4 t... A/e,A/T P/B. P/8 ....05.S7 IMeatklyt... ) BS ... 904-7344. 2/10 2tpd 2/23 ...r..Ie.... 3/31 tfchgBILL'S CASH FOR GOLD SterHag. all ..... .Iot....., edda/eeda.. AUCTION Tberi4afi.. SP. 12 productive .en.1 BR 2 B. CHAA. Fla. Room.
.. .....
jewelry, diamond 223HORSE ... 1I1S 8.E. HawtfceroeR4.
... Itchg
AM/FM ABK. l la Beebiea
...... S4450. teweri..r.Ph... 'BA Ad..I.Degree....... er. related FURNISHED ROOMS/ SAW SHOP Ceavplate ...... ...... Wll vblt. yea ... GJ.>.... .. Ill P.rry, LR. DR. Double ,.,.... screened back porch.
......... aervlee .
044977 Bite. 473-2334., Itpd field.. EqeJvaloet coaihlaatlea APARTMENTS, I ........ ........ ...... carbide,. ..,....... P... Mr. ..d Korea. Trailer AnctleeMr. Deakre O..lr.
2/23 ef .......... er. ax por. with ...IY... bath) CH/CA chain ...at Made. hollow. Ritasaa,4lSlOS9. 2/2 4tchgM 2 year old gelding. All for 1/23 4lpd 3/13 W. hays many more "diamonds" come In and I
..... hi. ....1.1..1'..... er .."..1..' to ........ grevjnd aad ...1....... Leave !/ 13 O. Ilrm ""... 9040824.Itchg let us show them to you.
OLDS CUSTOM CRUISER. ..plo'.... work' .bivolvlBg area fl....... ... aed etl- at Sick. .. Balldlng. $....,., .... App' st 8.... P..... 2/23 I ACRES OF LAND. !I. Me*- I
1975. 9 puMBger ....... direct public coo tact. II.... lachided.. N. pete. Btarke er K. .._ H....... 490-2120 br 490-2903. Itchg vID.. Pb.. 189 2551. N.
....... l.Uy equipped., erne Adalt Urlag.. ...... 314 N. C NCOii'D2h6 0 DW cvllwt IsIs, .!..... lick* ,
....... prked ...... .ar...... DIRECTOR OF FINANCE: Temple A".. P.... 9045404. U/ehg ____ WANTED Mobile home. Mobil. Home with 3 BR. 2 1/23 FrorP-nd Realty
.. 2/16 2/23 FREELANCE PHOTO .. ..sad Ur... Wll pick ..p.OLINS bath, CH/A, far-
Bill Wahl 473-3053. In8 U103.60 IMoBtblyt. BS er 2tpd partly 393 N.Teaiple A....
2tpd 2/23 BA Degree la Aceaaallag GRAPHER, ......... MOBILE HOME alehed dlahwaeaar. I9.60O AUCTION. D....,.. ... Stark.. .Fla.
B....... AdeikiktraUoB. KEYSTONE C......... ...".1'........ model ..rt- SALES. 944-0000. Opus 7 cash 11000 dnwa ..d pubHe ..Ie_.. Rcy ...1.. bMIKUK HOBr.Krs.JK,
with .aj.r. _n. work. .. ..s..dBD.. ." 1400 ... ft. 'loUea, aertrakta. p.... etc.Hlgb days a ...11'111.11.WANTED. *.IZ/.o..b past..Aiso.. I960 .....Ie..... New .rth.j|. 984.7700 Reg: Real K.tato Broker
r 'III B...... Eceaoaaka sad dw.UI.g.. 100x105 ea Hwy. E....., reaeoaabla Ford Truck with UtIlity dlM. toel*. eleetilcelpllM .... Phono 9447520914N.rthT..pl. a-
HOUSES fOR SALE ..... .. Stroag talaat .la Ne. II North. S275 per ... rate*. .,..f..1. ...lIt,. ) Head rarrlar-. body. t500. Ph... 904-7194. \ |I.... tttmt, .1..... A.Starha .'.-.
fiscal ....1'.......... A Cal 490-2351. 2/10 2tpd 2/23 ....., ......r.. ......s la Itpd 2/23 fweltere. U." .........1.. .... Fi-... FlorM./"
.... .... ........... KEYSTONE REALTY geed .......... P.... flab.r .t .4 el ..... 7SO pa.Sst.rdsy Fear.. la "' 011,000.
473- 2614 tl/cag OFFICE. MACHINES aadcaek .. .'. DIe_." at K4-7923. FOR SALE ..til.. Back. .! Post H. city,

HONEYMOON HOME IN EQUAL OP-. .. KEYSTONE 3 ... 1 B, F......'....Ie.on......' M.''eervleod.......' d/c". j,_ ether beneoheU Ueed .elothsus.d I..... on.... .fa M.. .... BIO Perry 11 Acre---sad-- tralkr..

BROtKEEN.w3BR2. B. P4)RTIJMITYCAREERDEVELOPMENT fUlly eeelppod kI...... .P..... 1U34I&kBASYSITTING .->.fH I"1 ..,...COODPRICES PAID lor'' Thai Tackle. B.... 341 N.. Audi.. ...?.. X/23 4tH >/>3 Priced right ea 235 eat e.1H..p. ''
......If-'I. ciiIb.Id.s.1.v A CU/A. W/D ......,., carpert. : '.... ".b1I... ..... If asort.i -' Temple A".., 8tar..... Itpd. WATSON'S HOUSE OF .... "' 1'
.,...d retrkjerater' : 1/2 PROPERTY OFFICER .. .....? ,i .I.J4. ., ..,.. .
Urge let. 0250 ..., ) > gage paid 2/23 VACUUMS Meey ........ .1 ----- t
.block. Ireai ...... ', $D03.80IMoDthll.[ |. BS er KEYSTONE kvbig ..... .t.......... GUN'S j\ MOBILE. HOME .... *....... .... 48 A.,... .la La...., .1'... Vary eke brick. home, to }
......1. $29.9. Call BoUla.LUUc BA D...... .la. S........,. REALTY) Met ..... aid ladlvldeal. '8ALESH4.84I06., 0,.. 7 ckleee. ....1..1.. Expert aba 10 acre t,...,... tows, Innldo ellllly room, 3BR.
Broker. Tr..d Paycelogy,G.M.. ... 473- 2014 d/c.. ettoatlaa. Dafly er ......,.. .da,. weekly ../.... HEATERS) Wood .....,.. ...po"""..all ....... Ports ... ----- I batb.
Realty ef Gtleaavlle. IBC. B...... Admlnlatratlaa. er Cal Sallv. Cn... 782-3534. portable .bore.... ......1'., ....._rl.* for ell *.*... 100' lot .. S..... Lake. ,. _
Brekera.. 3774660. Altar ,..10... fie.... Proclaa aador- OFFICE SPACE AVAIL. Itekg 2/ 'WANTED TO BUY) Mobile circabitlng. beaten ....lrlo .._.. 404 NW I0 b ---- Frame ..... OB I ."1'. la
".ur.. call 172-2112. 2/10 ......ID. el. .........t ABLE 271 W. Mala Street .... aslee. sad tlree. TOP ".t.,... Alee .I.c"'. .... A.r ...., CilB.nDI. ..... Very well built a BR. Cea.Block reentry, very reaoonable.
2tchg 2/23 practkaa ..d orgaelxatloBal. Lake. Better,contact Ckeeley JOHN STEVENS II* paid. Pbeae Lake City. K'.a1.?.. .... rofrlgorater. 376.11 10. ."/c.. .0... Meed. lerinila.ee --
relatleeikipa.. .....1'..... 105 N.W. 4thAvo. ROOFING CO Ail typos ef collect. 752-8980. after 5i30 BARGAIN CENTER. 301 Jnet beck. .1 5 Acre.. North of Starke. ,

BRICK HOME. 4 '1'.. .Id. 3 ., er eaO 1..13-453.1114. ......... tree ........., rail 7S.-4452. 1/12 8tpd 3/1 South el Slar.e. .9044079.tfchj ....ppl.. center. Joel off US 301.KI..I. ,

BR. 2 .be. garaga, wall ASSISTANT PLANNER, tla/ckg U......... ....d.... sad WANT TO BUY CIVIL !! _ Ad ----- .
CH/A. BCW cup..., dr..... 182547 IMoathlrl.) 2 ,..,.. ....n...C.I CalaeevlBe 3789970 WAR ITEMS ...., ....1'... LABRADOR RETRIEVER Clarified Rave ..... told to ...Upr..r. ., L....,- Double-
1/2 acre eft 301. S29.9OO.. ....r..c.. er training I. FOR RENT- Larga S BR alter 0 P'". 2/10 4tpd eallorBiej pfetarea eta.Dlcby PUppy I 9 wish. eld. ARC Bring Resulurii ., ea SR II .hileaaplea wide' Mil 3 BR..haded out-lot.

Phone 1I -a771. It Builaeca Admlaletratloe. apartnaaBt, faralihod. er. aa* 3/9/ Ferry, P.O. ... 440, ngktered.. 875, 1 male. I .... la ..d bulldlnga,large. ..

COUNTRY LIVING d EcoDonlce or Accouatiag .........., wall-te-wall. WILL BABYSIT la Macdeaay. 2592924. 2/23 female. 4733622.: 2/10 2tpd I ..... aa offer.PfcoaT FARM) 3 BR CB 100.... oa
ita with the ability to .. aiy -- .
beet Brick. boaie .. I acre. ...... eflactlvely, .r.U.pr., aadwrlttea. carpal.. Pheae 9044003 er I..., .......,.. 7 .... to Ztpd 32RIDERS 2/23 944-7700 10 acrei. 80 pecaa ...... 3oulbuildlngs
904-0172. Itch. 2/23. 5:30: p.m. P...., 9845850.Itehg ------ n 1 .. (bare. work-
16.32 pool. Henbreaa KBowledga er T9a7Wagaatrala Ver" P.Od.leg.
223HANDVMAN FROM 8R 121 TENT CAMPER: ahap.,.101'''. hoeae).
8prl.... I ail. N. .. SR-IO. ....rl..c. I. Date .Real Eetete
Lake Better to Court Hoe. good ,
... ... ..1 .' Ph...' ..... FURNISHED APART. very I Broker'Eveai. -
c.a. laterpratatloa
Hall.. I... sad Madltlaa. ... 0 adult., ELECTRIC Several commercial lot. on
MENT M...... I BR. er City retare .p.
964-8370. atUr S pja. 2118 ..d Pl...... .., be .....&1. ahag _...., ...1'.varydeaa .... ) All h... repalra 5 ..,.. Cal 494-37SO. Iou lit.'" .10....' .t.... Iceboa. ,, 9045470Pearl 301. _ _
Ztchg_Z/IJ_ tuted for latarler and sst.rI.rr..d.il.g. .. 2/23 500. Phone 984-5393. .431.lTOORaitord .
8 Itpd homo.
A/C. Ideal ler ceeple er retired after Itpd .2 acre and 3 BR CB
........... I' A ad row
24x00 MOBILE HOME w3 0500J3IMontblyi. ..,......N.ehlldree erpete. .... 2/23 I Mobile Home Polei AaaMlate 904-7739 with family room 2 b.th..
palaUng. t
acre IB Bice araa. 3 BR. 2 Ph... 9644854.RITCHENEflES (;>. Special ratee ( CH/A Wont Lewtey,
h.... LR DR. breiklaat. I HIgh school toraia far .....01' dtla.... t .. ....
graduate with eeerea workta Free .......... P.... 9048961 LOST HAY FOR SALE) ArgoatiaaBaUa 100 AMP 110.00 Jaaot Staring -
nook, stave, nfrl"r.dl.h..h.r. 1 BRapt. .. ....... 3 BR. 2 bath block' bouaa I.Saratoga I.
) f.rtlllaed. ,
typing .h.r....... .... after 5 p._. fat .ko Mediate 200 AMP 192.00 Associate. 782-3898
CH/A. carpet, .. .. comm.rcUl sub.jast. TV. AC. ..W.... lacladed. .......... 2/23 .2 Eng. ,Saltara. 1 Male 11.50..1' bale.Robed. S..... Halghta.we .
.1' Otchg I
10x10 .'01'''. bldg. 1 .... .. CeaaUerable .. TetaBy luraUhod.WMkly .. 3/30: 1. Female. Whit. 4-8345. 2/10" 2lpd. 2/23 Call Collect -.- -
North of Morimn Rd. ell SR. axparUnco aaoetkly 1'..... t .4 ZO.... trade very
clorkal W/Black -
la Spots -----
10. Job Traaifer. Sacrifice Taaiple Motel.' 880 N. ....o..h". ,jast oft K-ia -
SlOjOOO. P".. 9040047.Itchg .. .... /er aocratarlal luactloaa Temple A"... Stark.. P...... m RALPH .ived ,.....
2/ el a BorsiaJ degree el difficulty. WATIRS Possibly HamptonOr .
904-7357. 2/9 4tpd 3/2
FAULKNERLB .t' BRYAN 3BR. 1 bnthrUv/ng: '/ room
---- BULLDOZING Theressa Area carport.CB, la town, Very
HOUSETRAILER 10x48. 2 Apply) S........ River You Buy A E Real Estate raaeonabk..
BR. P....... 431-1022. d/c.. Ecoeeeile Ceuecl lac., p.o.B. UNDER NEW *Bulldozer Work J.D. Anderson GEORGE ROBERTS..

.. 70. 119 Wlbar Street A 2117 N. TempleS Rag; Real F..,... Broker
BY OWNERi"Cearreto; Live Oak.. Florida. 32000 MANAGEMENTMobile Large or Small 879-2196 Mobile | .. PII... 984-7820
block 0 1'...., t batha. 3 AN EQUAL OPPOR r.I. L 964-8788 OPEN Saturday' A.M.
BR. alee. beat aid air felly TUNITY EMPLOYER. Job Homes *Land Fill Callahan Home 2305 N.Temple OFFICE OPENUTURDII.
carpeted. CB ahep 2O x 30. Location! Live Oak. Fla.' ; Star.. .FlorIda T
.. weeded. lot 130x240. Deadline (lor applicatkaa! wPondsWILBUR On Collar. 184-60115. .YS ..1
K.vteae Hti.. Ph... 473- March 3* 1978, Itchg 2/23 For Rent Sec > .OPENSATIJRbAY Y SUNDAY BY APPT.
2336. 2/10 2.pd 2/23 WATERS Call Collect If
In Country ; 10... -I.... We hava acreage treat
-- ".-.,., John
01400 ....I
HOUSE FOR SALEt Or 3 els-O W.: Madlaon 81. Starke. C... .oo .. at enr sow -- ---
condition. 2 BR, carport.. 2 keatica. 301 N.rtb ...bIl.ho. Lillian Pearson
s Hwy W. ha let. for
... te .....1. .... towa. rTtt-KM --- .
Bedrooms .cre. lrosa Highway ....
call 490-2003. TFN Cbg 2/23 OLIN'S DISCOUNT PiUel StoUee.C -- Real Estate

SnLE WAREHOUSEHWY.IOOWEST -- We .have ....ler balld.lag! BRANCH OFFICE
3 BEDROOM HOUSE with I Furnished Or LONGCHAMP .pl.tely.' hrabbeddonbli .
U 8 301
1/2 ..t... ..1'.... brick Home... BuDdlnorMateriali STARKE /Bll. !J prilling! wide. ..bB. ..... We fcave. .....rcl.1 .
In... Ph... 944-058O. Itpd AIlM IlawtOf. Tt4.r UnfurnishedPhono 164- 808 Y.e ...* s.. (... te preperty and. .isdustrialpr.p.rtyt 782-3800 .
2/23 Opea 7 ...,.a WMk. 2" thru 6' ."1'.10', It. Ne.tle4 !. We eaa kelp yea .
-WE BUILD BUILDING: NEEDS ...M tall .Ia.! ea .Urge I BUY a ....... BUILD a 3 BR. 1 bath, block ....,
F"OR"SALE OWNERa a Your ---- ----- Fast Rotary I I 1/4icr. let. Adjefeief. let ...... er SELL a ....1!.1E".D. CHAA taraga. 5 l/4vPct
A3a111n Plant
BR. 2 bath' carpet carport Bill Or Own 4.r Ps..U.g 4." ..*...11.... Owaer .. ... .... sad Weokoada Mtg. osfpoo.:..__
..Ult,. Family neighbor 782.-3172 Your Lot Or Our, Strip. leeaktke. JOSQ. Drilling Equipment I, .. .eII. Pike ,....... Call call) Farm 3 BR. 3 bath brick. ,
hood.. .......... eccBpaacy 964-6114 FREE ESTIMATES; 2.4a .75 -.. RALPH BRYAN CHIAI 2 fin'...... bare
818 W. Pr.." Star..... Pbeee Weekends .70 STATE .LlCENSE| 3
Eves And -- REALTOR 9444208SALESMEN. with acree. lOl.OOOi 10
9614250Iuhg 2/23 RemodeUug Re"'n llVwlre 12 1/2 ft.DralaFkldPlped PECAN TREES nmmm4tkl ..,.' $7Q0.!! __ '
------------ Additions M Ft. ...Reedy 3 ....... brick WAYNE DOUGLAS :
THE WIFE & I CERAMIC STUDIO BRASINGTbN Home Bought ---- ..jpurnpmNew I ..*..., h.. .. ee *eere.. I 944-4593 8.7 acraa easer 100S -
FINISHED A 3/4 ......, I35.0OO. MARY BROWN. 10011. 113.500..:. __
9,301 'Ill Qarra/cl Industrial' ,'" CadUlae Oldmioblle SoldTraded UNFINISHEDUTILITY I
L.wl.y.U & Used
184.Slat 2 BR laraiahedfreme. .. II...
782-3225 Sales &Service I 21 ACRES ..* ;'weeded weaker ... .dryer.
Learn "''h. world's most faaelnaimg navby", Free ca.....: Fine Selection Qf Used ACREACElFoRSALE BUILDINGS SalesPartsService with, 3 beVeeBM. I b.tb. 3l3.200r.i
To 4 FrWay To 10 p.m.'Cell Price Start et "95. fwly reee*. eeatrel keelu4
W.d. t ftpactoaa block. ._.. largeBR
Tim. Preferred Cart Taken On Delivery Free .It.. .. E-Z Terms I air. Large loan sad .

Oraenwari;Ceramic SuppHea. Custom 'irmo. Duncan.. Pamta.Slarket Cadillac Tradet. -- ..u.tl.FINANCING ............ ........ *.1'..*.... CO.Residential : 1 aeretM,000.r.a"l340r:
378-5301 9646853Highway ----- 14 J5 A. .. 301.
2001 N.W. AVAILABLE Plumbin9! ...r*...! betb .b> ..... C I T_. 1111.508.
GAINESVILLE 301 South ...___ ____w ... .. Large r..-. A....... Commercial< - ..
Tie C..t,'. wot Beautiful tr.ee paved Starke A USED STOVES' ......... Price roll..... 10 at,.. reatrlcted to
-., new la the time .. look read .... aa elder ..... NEW REFRIGERATORS New Installation I, -J____ AH Worn 3urinticl. ......, flelag.11111-; W......
at property .h Bradford.. .......r. far. a bare.K.retoeo'i'orr72 AND FOR RENT. t BR .e<. .....11.000. : 1

y.uar.pIs.shagtabullda1.s. REGISTER .Remodeling f........ er ufwelabed.R Call Collect 3 BR fn1" acre,

be euro.. .te A leek bus.at. .lake. .... Ti,leftl...IOVF.rost 40 ) Fr.-Gift' ----- rhon 431 -1700Ralford .... ". .... ...oW..

....1. place Halghte.. build- year acre with. 1800 hot ef LP GAS .E3 To Al New Customers Repairs' 45 5',.. pleated. pi.. ., 301

......er)'tea may .l&e. .... reed frs.tag.SR815 h.FsuIksarAs.s.lst. Sontb. 81M.OpaUrma
.f ..re.. Call for ...tall.. ..".I.p.... .......... I 308. 8. Thompson St. DurrancirPOMPSi'SUPPLX R* kr Phone 475-2906 App.. B"eeroe't.HUe4: Santa

__ __ acre.... apbalidlag Iou ertrawr 8e4.6 ...... -- Fa ...... I BR. MH. IJ3JOO
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8-IOOA .- Saaall 3.a lota. Have kayera .. Keystone I.,... Adjemmg. app>*. 31/2
.... ,> ''aad 1 aero. wailing. for ..lab. .._..* ;., Cash & Carry .SHAMROCK PEST CONTROL'COMMIRCIAL .. 15-s. L.Fsulkaor. ...... ea....1. I BR ........ I
Dock. r E..I'K' 0..4.142 t ,Free Estimates BR M". 9ZS.OOO er beth for
> 'RUIOINTIALTIRMITI COMPANY "* S...M.Bakk.. iWj90eV. i'i.: ;:';"-. V\

A. B. PAIR AY REALTY Home Delivery Of a> LAWN '. HOUSIHOLD PUTS E..I.< .. tM4)7SVedeveTtlee. e New Construction S ...... A .,. Large/eeka,

........ Real Eatole; Brsk.rK.yit.uo . 804 N. XernPla Ave. e Repair Or Remodele alt, water,MOO per acre
Or e. C.st.rBR'21 Cylinder: & """ I 12 pet. daw.._ 4
Nenk... .. .. %.y.ts..ff.liht.FL. il"'J"969" P. O. Son 7Keyttona < Starka Ew...... 044-6M4. Tar And Gravel DAY.EVE A WEEKEND'

r.0nre473341 --.- Home 473-2039 Bulk Gas Shop Hwy. 21 Keystone Halght*. Florid.. : 964-7061. Shingle Roofs Pheae 78' 48Ol>,vM :

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Pal. TELEOARPII Veb.Z3.1171

I STARKE ELEMENTARY I Criticisms Minor In School Audit

Well.ll\leallapoke to soon' mother of Helen McKae for f't A state audit of the Bradford Also raised la me auditor's and the county will reimburse
pointed out the
bout the coming: to our classroom and I criticisms
sun last week, ,
school comments
County system for the noted records former superintendent Jockel
: were
seems like It has been hiding reviewing her child's: procedures which
t wa 1076-77 fiscal: year lists only Indicated: Inaccurate for the amount' he was un
would mean
ever since classwork. other mothers hiring additional
But it teems like : I minor criticisms: which: are calculation: : during the past derpaid," said Casey.
bad also had personnel for record
weather or not It hat not an opportunity to keeping
hurt being corrected said years of pay for Casey said he was very that Is of questionable
drive review children'sclanswork Im
Campbell our Soup Label for the : w :, superintendent Tom Casey. tupsertalstanantlses which .is set pleased with the findings and portance
Ernest The
state auditor
The top claM. winner for Uili We are also continuing r&w I general wrote in the yearly stated former superintendent report i
week Is Mr*. Donna Brewer' writing letters punctuationand !
audit the board failed to list Jim Temple 'was over paid
kindergarten class parts of speech In our Earn 'Your School
withalmost k the fixed assets of the school $134. Former superintendent High Diploma
100 Language Arts curriculum. ,
labels The v Richard Jockel'was
system including: the value of underpaid
following boys and girls who The children: ,have had the buildings land,, vehicle, $73 and Casey was overpaid By Taking Tho OED Tests. (
brought in the most labels this. practical experiences by a and furniture. M.
week are: Renee Thomas,' writing thank-you notes *
Renee friendly letters, invitations Cdsey had brought this up at
Jewett Rosalyn Applications For The GED 1
an earlier board meeting anda
Taylor. Eugene Blyle Jason and sentence construction list of buildings and other "Every effort win be made
Crawford Chuck Wilson Mrs. McClelland and Mrs. to see that former superintendent
Joanna Drown Long would like to further property'was being assembled Temple and myselfreimburse .
Gary by the county: staff when time Tests Are Taken
Gonzalss Renee Ilewett,Sean extend an "Open" invitation available. county for the Being
9 was
Starling. Marty Sellers Gary to all their student's parents to P amount that we were overpaid
Wise Danny visit their classroom: at ..l.
The Bradford Union '
Wells Kenneth Williams, anytime convenient for them Campbell soup label winners for the week Cback WII.... Area
Joseph Beard Robert Taylor Joanna Brown Jason Crawford.Gary Genistas. Second h wRoslslyn -. "Th. rich' man and his daughter are soon parud.
Roger Beard. Stephen Smith. MENU Taylor. Eugene Blye. Bean Starting Rene Jewett, Kin Hubbard VocationalTechnicalCenter.
Maria Thomas, Norman Feb.27-Ma rch 3.1978 Renee Ilewett. Standing Marty Sellers and Rene Thomas.Physical .
Dague! Kellle Baldwin. Kay MONDAYHamburger on
Allen. Theresa Wray and bun lettuce. tomato and 1 J>vlght Slates .
Rhonda Sapp.Congratulation. pickle trench fries, applesauce .
!are In order milk.TUESDAY. '
for Curtis Simmons. Curtis Is : Sausage links Food as Seal Tho Deadline Is March 3 1978
a student In Mrs. Haas's class. buttered rice tomato gravy ,
He took In the field peas, fruit cup peanut ,
part Special Open
Olympics that took place In cup roll, milkWEDNESDAY. d ll..r.t' 1 7 A.M. 12 P.M. U.& 301 a Call 064-6150 For InformationExaminations
Melbourne and came home Brazed 8 Walnut fit
winning a bronze medal. beef, mashed potatoes green SUNBEAM -------- v ---------
Curtis is the son of Mr, and limas. cherry cake cobbler, FLATS
Mrs. Bobby Bennett of Starke. roll milk. BREAD EG8S Are Scheduled
The Physical Education THURSDAY Beefaroni LARGE

star-students followa: Abner of the Harramore week areas tossed bread salad milk.FHIDAYi. apple pie,french ..... .-. 2 Ueve 79 *|S9 av* Dot March 6-9

son of Mr. and Mrs. Abner : Hot/ dog on bun, | ? \ OR From 1:00: P.M. 1(3:00( :; P.M.
Parramore.: Abner Is In the cabbage slaw potato chips, i 1' BORDEN'SMIIK
3rd grade and his teacher Is Jello, cookie milk : ALL 6RANB3 BEER

-- !M I \' March 10

1 UUNJ'fR 'tll.,. I00 Over case Cost From 8:30: A.M. 4:00: P.M. l

Education Star I I11I11111I1111I
Students of the week I
Abner Parramure Amy rrc.;.

Jo Carter Mark Davis SHOPSQUALITY


Call A Walnut

r Starke 9 4.5451 at s eciali.

Frl Sat Sun .
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Campbell loop label winners for the Meek: 'Iraa row- ..' ." .,f \
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Norman Sague Joseph Beard. Kenneth Wlllluin. Hilly Wt'IIII. / .. .. ,... \ ." ::
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Robert Taylor Second row- Kellle Baldwin Steven Smith. .7A,1.,. II".. 'j. ,) ,1'_ ,
Danny Brown. Gary Wine Maria Thomas Standing Roger 11.\ 1.r ;; ,'.

Beard Theresa Wray, Rhonda Sapp. Kay Allen.Mrs. ... \ ?: J: .'1;,;"",....fl"I. !\,'I. :--,.'1.1/\' "-,:.

Crawford. Amy Jo 4X11, ..t v.4% .
Carter daughter of Mr and + ;. <.4"1 ..,.> ,'I, "I;''II r..

Mrs. Donald E. Carter Amy -2 : ;..'.. .".'II'J..;';-\.I.. ''''.. '' ...........".'<)J'', ..". ."....,....._.'". '." ._1
.1. .
Jo Is in the '
4th grade, her ......, ,: .''.<:!o ",.#' 11"'I' "/
teacher Is Mr*. Hoffman. '.... .) ,\.: -....
Mark Davis,son of Mrs. Helen .,' ",' .. 1" I "'L,",. .I} ':) .
Davis. Mark Is In the 5th \ .. r k'ln: "" :' 1''.If"4. "" '' '
Mr ,, :i.1'-1. t. 4\q" 1 '
f' : :
f grade, his teacher is Mrs. '. oJ'r... .
r.f ,,,, ,, 'PII. ..,"
1 /' "
Reddish. 24 % ,
THE save _I ..":0' "" .III.' II "::'/ Q'
Mrs. McClelland's
and Mr. ra "" 1 I/
Long's fifth grade class would KEN TEALFATFIBERS BLACK .4'7-: stay /I'II'I'I! "00):Jay '

like to thank the following k v' POLYESTER i .
Mothers for .. ,"' '"'
accepting our ,
'it'' }jl
invitation to our "treat," PEARL DOUBLEKN1TS ..-"':; ;%'.,..:.:..:.. If '1,
Friday, February 10. These 'oJ'. v,"l II I, .
were: Mrs. Thomas mother of .-..._r.Iow...nrn4._ PO_ 58/60" wide. 100% Polyester Machine v ; 4, P.1 la ri'ra.; (I+ \_ ..
Wesley Thomas, Mrs. Hilliard wash warm. Tumble dry remove promptly / y4%, Cyy \."." ;::, /- "
mother of Tony Milliard, and .PLUS. .. ,;: .r. e.
"' 010.".. ';,1;; .
Mrs. Tyler mother of Dennis .... .' ..
Tyler. We appreciate also the Skinny fibers In shag REG. 1.27 YD. --- .,. !. .. ':... ..:... >,-.. .'.I. .t'
/ .419 /
help from these mothers in carpets are gone with the / .. .... \r:0.> : .('
serving( the popcorn and wind. The trend now Is I '- .-... ':.;"' /I't.'I.. ..r
chocolate to our students. It carpets made with short, r' .. .
YD. ; lq{ Z/' : .'I.; f
was enjoyed by all. And fat fibers. These .
carpetsare r / :- ." !! .':::If' I
thanks also to Mrs. Tetstone proving durable and J / S\;" a '
more easily red-for r 'E"lI: (:'". .. .
Fish Fry Set By than the long shags which r Ir.. ", -
wara so popular a coupleof save 30% : -
years ago. ls[: save .25%
FD At Theressn Shags manufacturedwith .',
fat fibars are not as CREPE STITCHDOUBLEKN1T
The Theressa VolunteerFire likely to crush down ant INTERLOCK
Department is sponsoring become matted. The fa r r ,
I a fish fry Saturday. Feb. 301 ;
fibers have a resilenct DRIVE IN r I I PRINTS
25, beginning at 5:30: pm. at which allows them f> 58/60" wide, 100% J r Jr ?
the Theressa Community bounce back to their' original 4DaysFri Polyester. Machinal wash. f 1 r f 58/60" wide. 100%,
Center.. shape, even after warm Tumble dry f / Polyester. Machine wash
On.the menu will be fried hard usage. Sat Sun Mon remove promptly, t. warm Tumble dry,

fish grits, hush puppies; Come In today and look REG. 1.07 YD. I remove promptly.
baked beans cole slaw and a over our latest selection George Kennedy In I REG. 1.87
choice of Iced tea or coffee to of shags, and other beautiful .
drink. floor coverings We "Mean 1.37
Dog Blues"PLUS ZD.
Donations of$2 for an adult maintain an Inventory of D.
plate and fl SO for children the very latest styles. tfW ,
under 12. Tickets may be obtained I
from one of the depart-

ment members at the door.or may be purchased Teal Tile & "Six Pack Annie"Rated save' 25 % save 17% save 24 %

Your ticket qualifies you for

.. one of our door prizes and you j Carpet RI' Dancheck Woven PALENCIA
do not have to be present too GABADREME I
win. ..64 7423 Starke ria GINGHAM'CHECKS BROADCLOTH

COLUMBIA COUNTY 44/45" wide 65" Fortrel Polyester, 59/60"Dacron'wide. Polyester.100% two-way Machine texturized) wash' 44/45" wide. ,65% Kodel Polyester IJ
SPEEDWAY 35 / Cotton Permanent press
I'' '
f remove Machine promptly.wash; 'warm.,'. 'Tumble. drv', warm"Iv". cycle remove prompt-' 35 warm% Combed, Tumble Cotton.dry, remove Machine promptly wash,

((1 Thrill To All The Excitement Of Stock Car Racing At REQ. 1.2. YD. REG. 2.08 YD. REG. 1.27 YD. I

COLUMBIA COUNTY SPEEDWAY BeginningThis .97 1 ; :' .. 2 ATPtrV m .97 ]

Saturday, February 25, 1978 Top Cars And t. . iii-:;:., I I

save 32%' save is% (

Drivers Will Be Battling It Out For Over 4000.00' In .....y -- T.GDIY.GiNGERSNOr. : I

,...... I T.G.&Y. '. DRESSMAKER I i
Prize M oney. Drivers Participating In The Opening SHEARS J :

....:..:.. ;'GINGERSNAPS \ THREAD ,'

Night's Race Program Will Be'Admitted Free. Two ; 4' I I -4.'omplete Sets, 0. 1 ....ll 225 YDS. I II

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Gnat Racing Divisions Late Model And Limited LaU Mod.I. : REG. :.98 ROO. 1.87 t I. !
\ \ *'I. .67 1.67 11Lt.

Gates Open At 4:00: First Race Goes At 7:30: Be Early For -; 1)I

TIM,.io,itiiiMiiicNMiiu. POLICY f ,
.. ,
i A Front Row Seat At One Of The South's Best Racing"Facilities r ,rtnl I. 1', 1.1'. .........MS a'Wa- -- lit ... -II !Is T.O.S V. polloy (.
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1 COLUMBIA 111I11I11111/111/ d.,,, qiA/r. ..1'N... PNI. 1. MIY .tMN.. ; ; may varymarket IIIIIIIIIIII' .
COUNTY SPEEDWAY M MIMM,, <* *" "" :>*e ..r'rrr __ 1 by morba, but
... "*:' fc:: r \,::'rw"a the sale! prlc.will always I II
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Highway 41/441 At I I-75 -:::" U:LuLI'LLL; L! : t::1LLLILL:; : ,I ,'

In Elllsville.I .' ., 301 S.. Starke, Fla,. .. I I

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