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: January 4, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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First Freeze Arrives Late, Does Its Thing- Here : BRADFORD OfELA HISTORY i:

Beiww freezing tmpperature for Thursday morning followed by a expressing hope that somepfcrto will CO
more than 12 boura marked winter's warming trend into the 19'. during the cme back and produce a later rop. }
first major omlaught In this area day.The Cold damage was eased by the 13 1
ushered in by a 1.6 inch rain In chill factor due to wind gusts of moisture in the ground from 1 I I
Bradford County Tuesday morning, IS to :25 mph late Tuesday and early Tuesday's rain. I
allowing an unusually balmy New Wednesday made the cold feel about Loss of the present strawberry crop ,:
Vea..'. Day. ten degrees lower than the actual was viewed with mixed emotions by I
mercury reading.The most growers. Some think it is a good
The mercury dipped to 32 at Camp fast-moving cold front brought thing to have the fruit held back until j'trraptThe !
Blandlng at 10 p.m. Tuesday, and near-record lows to North Florida and the normal picking season in March
sank to 23 at 1 a.m. Wednesday. A and but others the
sprinkled a few snow flakes on April expressed
slow but steady brought It back up to Governor. Bob Graham's Inaugural view that "It's bad to lose good crop .'
the low3o'spy noon Wednesday underWPXE ceremony in Tallahassee of nice berries anytime.A plant wUl t
bright produce only so many times and
weather station In Starke Effects on Bradford County'* 500 this freeze means just one less crop Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
reported a low reading of 19 early acres of winter greens was uncertain we'll have in the long run" Due to the I
Wednesday, reaching a high of 40 until the "thaw out," with some unusually warm December, plants ;; 100th Year STARKE. FLORIDA Cents .
during the afternoon. Another dip Into growers reporting heavy loss, had a heavy crop of )'OW1glrutt and zsth Issn Thursday.January 4. ItTt Copy ,; '... :
the low 20's was predicted for especially on turnips, and others ripe berries this time. ,


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"With our Improvement as compared to other counties we can hold our head
up high,"said Mrs. Lucille Payne director of curriculum for Bradford County
1 t T alt+ tit Schools as she reviews the results of the 1978-79 State Assessment Tests.
L 1i1e: The figures showed Improvements In Bradford school results all areas but
third grade math on the Basic Skills Test and showed BHS's second crop of
11th graders to take what was formerly the Functional Literacy Test not only
did much better than last year's Juniors but also ranked high when compared to ..
surrounding counties: after ranking embarassingly low last year. .
Students fa grades 3. IJ,I,and 11, took Basics Skills Tests in October while the : '
I __ high school juniors also took the Part II test formerly called the Functional <
,_ Literacy Test) along with Bradford High School seniors who failed the literacy
test last year. The Assessment Test Part II. administered since 1077 Is one ,
requirement for high school graduation. Students who can't master 70 percent .
of the skills presented on the exam on one of their three to four cracks at the test !;
will receive only a certificate of attendance instead of a diploma upon gradu-. j jetlon.

i ";I 1 i This year 98 percent of Bradford High's 241 llth graders tested passed the I
,' ......" :, communications: portion of Part II with 74 percent passing the math portion. r
'. ,.. : math 1
: mastered the test.
).,r:).'." .j.r \ "I .;,. ; '' '; '' ..:J1 JHI The 1977-78 figures ranked BHS' parents and the teachers and principals .
.. i. / .. 'c".S.. M. juniors well down in rankings were much more aware of the !
.:\!'....,,;)..,'I'(. I.j;r.-1; t fl comparing them with other countiesIn test and the skills needed. .1'i 1
., ), \,. .< j.,, 1f the area and state but on the basisof "The high school really and truly :
'\ ., t I rte': ), Its 1978-79 11th grade test results worked hard on remediation. Some of i I '
I kr"! 1!>)tI' j wx'mrv-t ""gnalm0 !s _: is Bradford ranks below only Clay the math, teachers (math was an : .
:zy County In an eight county group of obvious sore point in last year's f .
ftDDr surrounding counties, including results) came in on weekends to help :
w t Baker, Duval. Marion Union, St. the 11th and 12th graders brush up for I
'0 : ; Johns, Clay Columbia and Bradford. the test, especially in the Fall.'
A.w' Clay had a 99 percent passing mark In 62 juniors failed one or both parts of -
math and 84 percent passing mark In the Part II literacy test (as com
communications. Bradford ranked pared to 153 failures last year) and
M t IbG i? second In percentage of students passing will have to pass it at another time to
for both parts a great'improve graduate with a diploma 57 of the students ;
,ment',fromlast year When it ranked failed the math portion only

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rm- bn'aeK Here are the results of State Assessment chance to pass the test In the
Test Part II (the functional literacy Spring and if they again fail one or
test) for high school juniors with both portions they can retake the portion
Rev Jack Flynn, top left built all the electric and The main town above serves strictly. a commercial Bradford's 1978-79 scores comparedwith they need to master In October
electronic components that power his community whichIs center the hub of the railroad and center for merchants.All last year's results and results and then again late In their senior.
the result of 27 years of 'completely relaxing with his buildings are built from scratch. from surrounding counties. The year if need be.
hobby. "
Top right, the tiny residents of Rev.Flynn's Illliputian At left a specialized locomotive, the Shea y, crosses the I
society are the only pieces too small for even the skilled handmade bridge headed for the mining town.Sheay locomotives County Math Communication.
hands of the reverend. were adapted for mountainous regions.

197&79 19T1.78 ,\ 1978-79 19T1-78 ''j'

ALL ABOARD Bradford 74% ((2)) 500/0 ((8)) 98(2)( ) 87% ((6)) t.'
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Baker 61% ((8)) 57/0(3)( ) 89% ((8)) 82I7)( ) 'I i
Reverend Jack Flynn goes back in time with railroad hobby ).".

by Cal Massey fascination- with trains of that bygoneera gather as much information as I can Clay 86% ((1)) 74% ((1)) 99f( 960(1)( ) ,i;' i

: BCT Staff .Wr ter after one look at his leisure time to see exactly what was operatingthen. I
Pardon me Reverend, Is that the creation, which is indeed a world in ." Columbia 72,b(4)( ) 56M(5)( ) 93O/(5)( ) 91% ((3)) i
I Chattanooga Choo-Choo? Itself. "It gives me something In designing his landscape. Rev. !
The wood-burning train made challenging to do to completely get Flynn has 'left no stone unturned. Duval 730k(3)( ) 55% ((6)) %0M(5)( ) 73(8)( ) .
famous by the Andrews Sisters and my mind off of the routine. I don'tthink "The purpose of the railroad during '.
others of esteem actuallywas can ever reach your full this time was revenue.Towns grow up
equally high you
I in use ''years earlier than the potential in work without complete around portions of the environment Marion 70% ((5)), 66% ((2)) 970b ((3)) 95010 ((2)) i

1920's. an era that a visitor will enter relaxation that absorbs you in your that can exploited for profit and ;,11.St.
when he steps into a spare bedroom of leisure time." I've designed scheme of a short-line Johns 65% ((6)) 55% ((6)) 97(3)( ) 89(5)( ) t
an attractive Starke home. After buying two train car kits and railroad. There's a valley and a
house the residence of 54- one locomotive 27 years ago. Rev. mountain range with one central
year-old The Jack Is Flynn, reverend at St. Flynn has gradually expanded his community and two smaller mining Union 620/0 ((7)) 57% ((7)) 94%(7)( ) 90% ((4)) ;,1

Church and his mini-empire to include 30 cars 10 and logging towns. Smaller trains '
Mark's Episcopal
scores are percentages of students 102 BUS seniors were taking the test I'
and the
locomotives and about 300. feet of pick up freight passengers on
wife, Betty. Outward impressions of short line and then the cargo is who passed the two parts of the literacy for the second time in October. 26 1.
but the will
would lead to believe, track project probablynever
the house one
test, math and communications.The were taking the communications j
transferred to the larger train in the .
that all aspects of the home were be totally complete accordingto central town." numbers In parentheses are the portion for the second time and all but

MWt'c contemporary Starke and household.typical of the the Flynn.most Authenticity impor ant and things quality are to Most- 01 the buildings, landscape, rankings of each county in the eight one or 96 percent, passed this time \
average list. around. 102, including the 26 who
and bridges and about half of the county
Step into a bedroom at the front of remember not speed. Rev. Flynn retook the :Communications retook
the house however and It's possibleto hopes and to eventually 12 locomotives.collect about OScars from train scratch cars and while locomotives the remainder are built of "I think the attitude towards the the math portion with 68 passing and .;.
step 50 years back In time. What tests this had a lot to do with the
67 rate.
.yThursdayJan.4 the train components are constructed year 34 failing a percent passing .
"The 1920's time of
Rev. Flynn has created stemming was a great "
! for railroads there from kits or bought as a whole. improvement. Mrs. Payne said, seniors who still haven't '
from an Interest that was whetted versatility ; was a "Everybody the students, the The 34 ;j'j'pa.sed
I during a New Jersey childhood of great mixture of the old and new. I (See Page 5) at least one portion of the Part .
growing up near a train center. Is an U exam will be able to take It for the i
unfinished diorama of a logging and last time near the end of the school ,, I
JROTC Parrnts Group mining community and the year. This class of seniors gets only
7iMp.m.atJROTCCIastroom. surrounding countrYside. featuring 'a Alter Building or Seek Variance is Option three chances at (he test while future I
I 'J: J' self-contained railroad that can classes get four.
.. .. .. . .. .. .,.., '..' operate as a prototype.: Test results' In Bradford as well as
'. Monday Jan.8 ':' <,\ 87 times sma Her than the real thing, all other counties In Florida show the
',"i ', the countryside, trains, and buildingsare For Convenience Store Site at Theressa Corner percentages of students passing the
minutely detailed to mirror a way communications portion of the llth
County CammUslon of life in 1920's western America, grade literacy test being much higher
i" .. when trains were the center of William H. Hall of Theressa least 25 feet from a highway right-of- In other action the board approved than percentage: passing the math .
'IH a.m. .' commerce transportation and life Indicated Tuesday night that he wiliseek way.One corner of the Hall building is Stephen F. Smith's petition for change portion. Many have blamed the early .i
At CourthoeseTwsday. variance allow only 19 feet six inches from the right.ofway of zoning on one acre, six miles south
itself. a to operation of fl indoctrination Into modern math for
... ... of adequate of Starke on east side of US-301 from f
and the
line question
; :; .., What may appear to be a child's toy neighborhood "country type" store at leaving students unable to cope with I
MS for
to of
Jan. had been raised operation a
., to some Is instead an Intricate hobby the Intersection Highways 100 and parking space Open the more fundamental math problems "
Brooker Council :!f.l' that has taken up 27 years of Rev. although one corner of the building by several board members at the small sawmill. seen on the test but Mrs. Payne ,
Mark Luke'spetition
7:30p.m. Flynn's life the last eight of which is not in conformance with setback December meeting.In Also approved was relayed another reasoning for .the
1 . .. . . . . have been spent In Starke. In order to regulations of the county zoning ordi- new business Tuesday night the intersection for rezoning of State one Roads acre 100 north and 18 of lower math figures."Mr. .
Hampton Council make the project as realistic as nance. board gave Virginia E. Lee permission at Theressa from Open Rural to Duncan CPrirwlpel'at'' BUS)
j, rn30p.m, possible, mounds of information on Breaking the stalemate of a to advertise a public hearing on BR3.1.1 for the operation of a barbershop said the other day that one answer '
I .. ... the railroad industry and the lifestyle previous tie vote at the County Zoning change of zoning on 4.5 acres, eight and produce stand. could be that many of the studentsthat
Raiford; Coundll of the twenties must be collected but Board's December meeting the five miles south of Starke on the east side M. Venn's for fail the assessment test am those
Ralph application
7,30 p.m. .! It's no work for Rev. Flynn who'sbeen members present Tuesday night of SR-100 from R1A (residential) to of from school attendance and
rezoning eight-tenths an acre
Ii . . . . . .. Interested In trains particularly voted unanimously to recommend BR3.... for the proposed operation< au ARC MH"nlII. steam locomotives, since childhood rezoning the Hall property from Open a lawnmower sales and service shop. upholstery shop received the board'sfavorable regularly could pick up communications
and finds collecting and building Rural to BIU.1.1 retail! sales and service The property is I antique across thehighway recommendation. The skills watching TV talking
7130 p.m.Sunltllne Acres trains the best way to relax and break ). The vote came1 however, only from an shop. Is located one-fourth mile south property with his parenta..but It woulc almostbe

,, .. . . .. . up the day-to-day routine."Engineers heroes after Hall agreed to correct: : the nonconformance Mrs. Dorothy Chambers of Naples of SR-221 on east side 0( US-301. Impossible for him to pick up the
were my either by altering ormO"lng was given permission to advertise for math skills without coming to class''
C--" growing up near a line in New the building or by applying to public hearing on rezoning 4.17 acres Carol S. Johns received approval of.
't ., ., Jersey' explained the articulate the board of Adjustment for a nine miles south of SUrke on the westside a petition to mane 2'+ acre on tt> Not only were county scores In the
| *cK3ew: IIIIMM'I" Flynn. "Then they began to phase out variance. of SR-100 from RlA to Rl-C east side of Sampson Lake from MB.I Part II literacy test forutheBati'k'
steam engines, and the diesels moved The rezoning recommendation willo permitting mobile homes. The-site Is I marine business) to RlC, residential. figures appear t better
SWLY Of Stark8 In. Diesels never attracted me; steam to the County Commission at Its part of the former Riven property Three owners of property east of Skills Tests for grades 3, 5. 9, and II.*
locomotives were a completely January 8 meeting for final action: I( containing residence and several Starke got favorable recommendations No results .stunts to show
1 H+r s Mli .. -tied a107e',! different breed. The sound and smellof approved Hall has the option of altering mobile homes which were "grand- on their petitions rezone from how many did or did not
i awslone "...gilt.r a steam locomotive Is an awesome the building or applying for:a vari fathered In" when the county was first RlC to Open RuraL They were: RexE. achieve the 70 percent standard on theskills
mechanical vision that no other,man- ance. zoned. Without a change In zoning, the Anderson 48 acres' 11.7. Sarlln exam but results'showing the
l\\; Hwy 473,4ii3a-a nude work offers me." The zoning ordinance specifies! that mobile homes could not be replaced If 10 .sores. .al,>d.Paul E: Starting U percentage. ": of county students achiev00100.00"0566 -
e',:. .' '" !; ,., It.,easy understand Rev.111nn'. a commercial building must be at removed! from the property acre*. .$. (See.P.i"I .Mit""

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TBLEGKAPH Jan.t, 1919nfiW

1 1 Wintlor i Bill Adams To Wed March 17

',.' announce approaching Mr. and Mrs the.marriage Warren engagement W.of Winkler their and I f71te [Jodafide yrite Jf w i

daughter,Denise Suzanne to William '
Mark Adam, son of Dr. and Mrs. '. (JlaJ" Wlooty Jw.Wy Jitor, 964.7608

H.11. Adams. _.._ _. ._
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The wedding Is planned for March
17 at 7 pm. In the First United .
Methodist Church with a reception Woman's Club To Have '.' "I
following In the Starke Woman's Club. ,.,', .'
All attend.friends and relatives are Invitedto Fine Arts Program1 BIRTHS

The Starke Woman's. Club will
. hold their luncheon-meeting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carmichael
+ Wednesday Jan. 10, at 12:15 in the of Starke announce the birth of a son.
club house. Kenneth Earl born Dec. 25 in Shands M r
,' ?Y'' i Mrs. I* H. Jennings, chairman of Teaching Hospital. Maternal grand
: J the Fine Arts Department, will parents are Mr.and Mrs. Sam Griffis.
\ present Betty Young of "Things By Paternal grandparents are Mr. and ,I 4t ii I,
Hand" shop who will demonstrate Mrs. Ray Walker and Gilbert B
.. how to make silk flowers. Carmichael.The .
9 __;""-4.,' \ Hostesses will be Mrs. A.J. Barry, baby was born with a tooth.
\ .. Mrs.Jess Wolbert Mrs.Otto Wiggins,
Mrs. V.J.Sprengler,Mrs.J. D. Odom.
Denise Winkler Mrs. Eunice Searing Mrs. M.A. Ponat
Payne, Mrs. John Torode, Mrs. G.M. 4 .
Denise Yearta, Mrs. L. F Dinkins and Mrs. It
Hersey, Margie Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tilley of '.: f

Allen Norman ..... ................ ....u _" .........'" ....,u............ Raleigh N.C., and Miss Donna Tilleyof
:. Gainesville visited their parents, '
Engagement Told Mr and Mrs. W.E. Tilley during the
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i Christmas
: holidays. : 'f
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey of 1 I.i I I. / 4I
Mr.and Mrs. Fred Thomson and 'Is
announce the engagement of ,''I
Stare daughter Denise. to Allen 'I ;' son Todd and Henry Thomson ofTallahassee
Normart son of Mr. and Mrs. James 'f i were holiday guests of
Norman of Lawtey. : Mr.and Mrs. James Womack, Miss
Denise! limey Miss Mersey is employed at ; Lillian Stump Mrs John Griffin and
Allen Norman Continental Telephone Company I Mrs. Margie Thomson. ,
Mr. Norman works at Gilman t ,
Paper Company at St. Mary's i Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller spent
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Division. Christmas week with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Emma Badman has returned )
after a week in North Florida A summer wedding is planned. s. l: Thurman Flippin in Nashville :Tenn.

Regional Hospital. : I Lenore and Adrienne Welty visited
''i:1: their grandparents, Mr.and Mrs
Desso Foreman of Pensacola was Trlsh Myers of Macon. Ga., and B I/1 f Elmer Welty at Pompano Beach last First Baby of 1979
holiday guest of Mr and Mrs. V.J. Kathy Myers of Tallahassee were t. ( week.

Spengler and daughter Debbie. home for the holidays. ",e .. ,. .<<.... ".t..,.. ,';\c.' First baby born in 1979 arrived 46 minutes Into the New Years a 7-
-- -.--.-- --. Mr and Mrs. A.G. Loudon of pound,4-ounce boy born to Bruce and Becky Scott of Starke.
Lisa McDowellIs Starke, Mrs. Harriet Carter and son, Jeremy Jackson Scott was born at Alachua General Hospital at 12:46
For Jay of Atlanta and Sonny Loudon of a.m. Monday. The birth was a pleasant surprise to the parents becausethe
A Provo. Utah were Christmas week baby was not due until January 18.
FinalistIn guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin "We came to the hospital around 4:30: p.m. New Year's Eve becausemy
Beautiful11xlll Barnhart in Vail, Colo. wife was having a little trouble, said the new father, Bruce Scott.
Teenage Pageant "But then she seemed fine, so I left her mother there with her and went
Gene Wiggins of Fairburn,Ga., was home to Starke. As soon as I got home, they called and said 'you better
Lisa McDowell, 18. daughter of Mr Wednesday to Sunday visitor of his get back here,your wife's fixing to have the baby'."
y and Mrs. Gene McDowell of Raiford, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins.Mr. Scott Joined his wife in the delivery room. Jeremy is the couple's first
has been selected to be a finalist in the child.
t I 1979 Miss Florida National Teenager and Mrs. Rick Frick of Pace Becky is the daughter Mr.and Mrs W.T.Jackson,Sr., of Starke.The
59 c N av. Pageant. Florida, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. maternal great-grandmothers are Mrs. Margaret B. Jackson of Starke
N(.Appointment Nere..arj! Plw. SO. Pllfl Ch.,.. Miss McDowell is being sponsoredby McKinney and son Stanley and Ralph and Mrs. A.G. Loudon,Sr. of Gainesville. Paternal grandmother is Mrs
Full Selection of I',... UUITl I *., f..... a"., tmmllAMIII.n.l Hy-Way Engines of Ocala, Thompson of Jacksonville and Mrs. Edna Scott of Starke.
PlM 30. Film"- Owf.
No A1. Limit lukl.o. fl tf Crandon of Frankie Thompson of Atlanta were Bruce works at Jackson's Building Supply.
;| O".P. II Jt f.,.P.,... Enterprises Ocala,
All Work Guuranle Douglas of Winter Haven, and Pete Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Barcia of Plantation. Cecil Whitehead.

Living color PortraitJanuary ;w/:LMLllrlow \
St. Edwards Church Halt

8 ft 9, 1879 Mr.and Mrs. A. T. Addison and son Sherrl and Marcy Griffis ,,of
Photo Hours BINGOEvery of Columbia, S.C. were Wednesday to Jacksonville visited their uncle and
MantrJameryWardm 10.1.2,5Mon Saturday guests of Mrs. Arlin aunt Mr. and Mrs. Doyce Griffis and
&Tues Starke, Fla Saturday 8:00: P.M. McKnight.Mr. family last week.

CHILDREN UNDER 2YRS PHOTOGRAPHED FREE 411 N Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. and Mrs. Mack Williams have Dr. Glen McClane of' Tallahassee
had as guests G.W. Williams of and Bill McClane of Jacksonville
Currie,N.C.,, and Mrs. Lucille Flynn of'Afldnjdn e spent the holidays\ with their parents,
'' N'c.'lastWednesday"'to'Saturday '1 ._and Mrs.;Iuetan'14" 'gaFg; ) !iif ..". .
". ; Mr 'and 'Mrs'"Richard .
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'I' 'wrilllirnS\ aWd'hlttifly 'Taflyh'assee ..Lnase ray; o "'
Friday to Sunday and Michael and the past 10 days with his parents, Mr.
4oNi" .. David McQualg of Brunswick, Ga. and Mrs. Charles Hardy, .
t d"-.., Dream Maker last Thursday.Mr. .
Mr.and Mrs. George Loper,Jr.and
and Mrs. Rex Brown family were in Brookhaven, Pa. the
entertained over the Christmas past two weeks visiting their parents
weekend Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lodeski anti
"WHATEVER YESTERDAY WAS LIKE Dawley from Brunswick., Ga., Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Loper, Sr.
WE'LL GET YOU READY FOR TODAY." and Mrs. George Brown of Starke and
Mr.and Mrs.Norman RIgdon and son Local admittances to Bradford
Stevie of Jacksonville. County Hospital this week include:
Winnie Davis of Raiford; from Starke
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown had -Ralph Goodge Kerble Griffis, Earle
as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Mills, Rufus Boruff, Gadson Griffis,
f Stoner of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. A.W Dennery Conner, Gary Wise,
Landon of Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Wheeler and Delia

<*& ** *, .* 5S ? rfev_ Paul GUlispie of Angola Md. They Covington.
v* were Joined on Sunday by Mr. and
Mrs.Rex Brown and family of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Ottis McCullers of
Mr.and Mrs. Norman RI don and son Live Oak were weekend guests of Mr.
'r""" Steve, and Chris Satterfield of Jacksonville and Mrs. Nealy McConnell.
and Mr. and Mrs: Chip
Gunter and daughter of Goldsboro, Missess Etta and Louise Frlpp of
N.C. The occasion being the 40th Columbia, S.C. and Mrs. C. W.
a-- } $ wedding anniversary of the George Wollenberg of Farmin ton, Conn.
Browns and Stoners. were Dec. 21.28 guests of their sister,
'. .. Mrs.L. G. Powell. They all spent last
Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryand week at Sanibel Island.
family visited Mr. and Mrs.
William Phebus in Evansville, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. George Miller spent
Dec. 23 29. the Christmas holidays with their son
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
tr+lu. i r, A{r.:. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen and In Jacksonville. They were joined by
AS SEEN ON THE daughters attended a dental Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
"TODAY SHOW" i ? '. ,. convention in Orlando Dec. 26-Jan. 1. Alton Cook of Waco Texas.

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Club Destroyed by FireThe 'ti i

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second worst fire in Camp across Kingsley Lake and called the
Blanding history completely, Camp Blanding fire department.Flames .
1 destroyed the 48-year-old Enlisted were high in the air when he
Men' Club building early Thursday first spotted the fire, according to
tsn morning Dec. 28, apparently from a Thomas.
ae v' .1 r.ns, M wiring problem. The Army constructed the building f
Camp Blanding firemen were called during World War II, when the 72,000 1'i
to the scene at about 12:35: but thetwostory acre camp was used to train army
I building, which served as a troops. r
recreation and multi-purpoue facilityfor The worst fire in Blanding history 'i'I
the National guard 'camp's occurred In October, 1977. when an IJ I'

,..,., .... enlisted men and officers, was auditorium used as a warehouse was
engulfed in names and could not be destroyed.

Two officers at Camp Blinding can do nothing but watch as the enlisted saved, according to spokesman Col. The fire apparently started from a wiring problem, totally destroyed the }
men's club lire dies out at 1:3t a.m. last Thursday morning. William T. Carcada. Fireman John building and If* .contents, valued at about 1117.000. '
Greene said the roof was falling when Christmas Wrecks 'a

Sen. Pete Skinner to Head he value arrived of the at building the scene.and its'Insurable contentswas Putnam Hall Youth is Green Thumb

Not SeriousTwo .p
$197.310; and Carcada said the
building was insured the maximum 15-Year-Old

Committee on CorrectionsSenator amount under the fire protection plan. Starke residents spoiled their Crossbreeding Expert J .
Carcada added however, that the age l
Sherrill "Pete" Skinner, D- which Includes Bradford and Union of the building lowered its value and Christmas day with a minor car accident Chris teraen
of Lake City, has been named counties. the Insurance would not cover the but for the most part the holiday byPaul you're going to get," said the green
chairman of the Senate's Committee The Department of Corrections hada expense of constructing a new building weekend was a safe one in Bradford. Putnam Hall's James Steuerleln Is thumbed young man. "If you cross a !
Corrections, Probation and Parole. budget exceeding 154 million dollarsIn somewhat of an Einstein when it purple flower with a white one, '
This committee oversees the 197778. Noting the enormity of the The EM Club had been temporarilyclosed Peter Anton Capasso of Rt. 2 Box sell comes to plants. By crossbreeding usually the first generation of hybrids I
Department of Corrections which is budget Skinner said, "With a budgetthis for floor repairs, and no one ,Starke,was charged with Improper gloxinia plants, 15-year-old botanist Mill be a combination of the two '
responsible for the state prison large and an inmate population of was in the building when the fire change of lane in a Christmas day James Steurlein of Putnam (Hall has colors, like lavender," he explained."You .
system, the Parole and Probation over 22,000 we must make every effortto broke outAccording accident that occured Just after noon developed a strain of plants so small get the variety in the second
Board Commission, the Board of Insure that all funds are being to Carcada, the officer's on Morgan Road. Capasso was being that they can be grown in a thimble. generation seeds," he added.
Pardons and the Victims of Crimes' efficiently managed and that the club, normally used only during passed by Anthony Wayne Lambas, James, a tenth grader at According to James, plants can be
Compensation Commission.Sen. Intent of Incarceration Is being annual summer training In order to ,W. 2, Box 61, Starke when he Interlachen High, conducts tils plant crossed to get certain characteristics.One ..
Skinner represents District 6 carried out with the public safety cut costs, will be used during the Interim changed lanes to make a left turn,and experiments primarily with of his main projects is to produce j'j'the
being assured." Skinner added that period, No decision has been his vehicle, a 1974 Ford van, was gloxinia, a close relative to the tiniest plants possible with the
FSP Employee the committee would be considering made about the construction of a new struck by Lambas' 1970 Dodge Sedan, African violet known for Us showy must vivid coloring.He .
actions aimed at increasing the building. and rolled Neither man was seriously bell-shaped flowers. has done remarkably well with :'
morale of the correctional officers, Sgt. 1C Delano Thomas saw the fire hurt in the mishap. Lambas was The flowers come In a variety of this project winning many awards for
Nabbed With increasing the prison Industry system at about 12:20: a.m. from his home charged with driving with no valid colors ranging from white to deep outstanding creations. At last f.his f.
and researching new methods of Inspection sticker purple, with some having speckled year's Science Fair he won a trophy ;
dealing with the Inmate population Army Renews throats. Only rarer forms of the plant for his crossbred minature
Pot on JobA explosion. Three more minor accidents have fragrant buds. Sinningias. i If'
The botanist first began his lie took of his plants to the t, !
Skinner is also slated to serve on the IK* ured the day after Christmas.At young some
and sister Agriculture Committee, Natural 2-Year Enlistment 8:38: ) a,m. Jan. 26 cars driven by hobby of cross breeding plants a Gainesville Garden Club Flower Show ;j
prison employee a Resources Committee, Ways and Kimberly Laine Forsyth. of 504 N, couple of years ago when he earlier this year and won a bundle of I
visiting her inmate brother were
Means Committee and SubCommittee JACKSONVILLE-The U.S. Army Clair SI..Starke, and Robert L. Harris purchased a packet of mixed seeds for ribbons."I .
onto the
caught bringing marijuana
C, which is responsible for has announceda of Starke, collided at the intersectionof mi nature gloxinia plants. When the didn't know anything about
prison both grounds over the holidays, and funding IIRS, Judicial System, rusting; enlistment Wilson Road and Martin St. Ms. minature plants matured he crossedtwo shows," James said of his first flower f
are awaiting trial on $1,000 icw two-year program.
Wilson of them to get a hybrid plant. show competition. But the judges
Corrections, and Subcommittee D three since Forsyth was driving east on
been atwoveal"
recognizance bond. u has over years
concerning finance and taxation. Road and clipped the tail end of the '76 Steuerleln continued to cross the were quite amazed with his plants,
Emma Jean 30 of West enlistment was
Stringer, program
he plants, producing different varietiesof and even more amazed that a IS AI'
the of Chevy Sedan Harris was driving as .
Concerning possibility a
Palm Beach her brother used in the ALL Volunteer Army "
,was visiting ,
collective bargaining bill coming turned right off Martin St. onto Wilson the gloxinia lie read books and old boy had grown them. His minature
inmate James Stringer, at Lawtey Under the new program,
before the Agriculture Committee, road. magazines on cross breeding, and flowers won not only blue ribbons and .t j ja
Correctional Institution Sunday after accumulate up to $7,400 a
joined the American and International silver tray,but also the merit award '
Skinner said he would
noon, when a routine search of her certainly college or vocational education. The Gloxinia Societies. As he for horticulture excellence. 1 ,i
this measure. The Senator will be available to a Forsyth was charged! \\ilh careless -
uncovered one marijuana seed oppose option
purse two-year of the
became Ocala )
more knowledgeable The judges from were so
views this bill as having a disastrous driving in the accident. Witnesses
in a small manila envelope and a limited number of qualified appli- ,
James the
plant, began collecting overwhelmed with his plants that they
vegetable substance'containing effect on North Florida farmers who cants beginning January 2, 1979. said Harris did not stop at the stop
more unique species. asked him to put his own exhibit at
he feels have labor before he entered the up
enough problems sign roadwaybut
suspected marijuana. Lab An additional benefit of the
reports program The method Steuerlein uses to cross the next show. The Gainesville
confirmed the Reed as being but is a guaranteed duty assign- was in the proper portion of road 1
pot now.Commenting the breed is a delicate and time Garden Club sponsored James (to I(
results .were not immediately on Georgia ment in Europe.Occupational when hit. consuming one. In order to cross two attend a "Save the Earth's Environ-
available for the other item. Hunting Quota Law, Skinner said he choices in this program \ ,
different he allows them to ment'' through Knowledge (SEEK)
At 9:30 a.m two other cars collidedIn plants
had heard that there was a good to Combat Armsor :
Ms. Stringer is charged with will be limited
would Starke. David M. Best 762 N. grow until buds are formed. conference held at Florida Tech.James ;
chance the Georgia Legislature
illegally transporting unlawful drugs Combat Support Military Occupa- Steuerlein removes the buds from has set the goal for himself '
repeal this. Skinner said this was a Walnut St., Starke, was charged with
into a prison.A tional Specialties.To the male plants before they have breed the minature plants ,
ridiculous measure. "Hopefully, we violating the right of way when his car to cross!
19-year-old Florida State Prison have convinced them that we will not qualify for the special two-year crossed SR-16 at Walnut Street and opened. The pollen Is then removed with some of the larger of the species ,
employee was caught with five grams allow their action to unanswered." enlistment, applicants mIst! : have no struck a 1979 Plymouth Sedan driven from the bud and placed inside the to bring out too lest characteristics.In .
'of marijuana while in the prison go prior military service, be a high bud of the female plant. The Is "
Skinner has a draft bill that will by Arthur A. Gagne of Ft. Walton process addition to producing mirutureswith
Thursday Dec. 21, and was arrestedby affect Georgia school graduate, score in the upper Beach. The accident did $2.000 a tricky one according to James, vivid coloring, he also Is '
a Bradford County Sheriff's officer directly fishermen without directly many affecting level mental examination categories on and the agree Army'senlistment to damage to Gagne's car but neither since the buds must be kept from attempting to cross the minatures

30 minutes later. the Florida fishing industry. man was hurt seriously.At pollenatlng themselves. with a rarer and larger. fragrant
Brett Wesley Green way, 19, of Rai- serve four years in the Individual After germination takes place, the gloxinia to produce tiny fragrant
foi.., w.iii found with the pot on him at Skinner urges his constituents to Ready Reserve after release from two 2:35: In the afternoon a Jackson.ViUf pod of the female plant will swell and flowers.

2:45: Thursday' S< Illegally' and ,Is ,contact his Lake City office regarding yeara .of active( 12,00 slots,will be 'i1b man ran a red light at the inter- produce seeds, 'After a month the pod This type tlf crossing I in living
charged with transporting ?proposed :legislation, if,they ',are 'Approximately available in 1979 to male and female*,"- "tL lUll of Can St-and US-3 l end hit a ,dries..and the ,seeds are removed. attempted at tIOI1'elf the larger ..:
unlawful WTMimiffiFlhe(! q, fJ.oeWI\ & .prNbera, i.u.ii. a ty "high school graduates.For car driven by a Starke woman These seeds will produce the hybrid research green houses such us'Jhe' l"}
tution, Ll. % ) agency or state legislation.) Skinner's Leary L. Stokes was plant."You. Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota
information contact the
arrest, and Greenway is awaiting Lake City number is 904-752-0053. more In area. the violation after he drove through a don't always know what but has not yet been perfected
trial after costing ll.non bail. Army representative your
US-301 and hit the 1976
red across
They are listed In telephone yellow
under recruiting. Informationmay Ford Sedan driven by Louise D.
I 2)J?ynltJ4aw pages also be obtained by calling 800- McRae 1403 E. Call Street, Starke. 0000 AT
431-1976 toll free. Just the other holiday r ;
nobody was hurt badly Dairy
Mr. and Mrs S. G. Denmark. Steve Mrs.Josephine Cumber is a patientIn ....A QUEEN
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Denmark Miss Sue Morris, Mr. and Alachua General f ; N STORES. f
Mrs. M.J. Sanderson and daughter, Hospital.Mr. I
of Gainesville and Dr. and
Stephanie and Mrs. '
T.C. Chastain, III of .
Mrs. J.E. Denmark and family were Gainesville spent the holidays with Do yourself a favor. \
i Eve of Mrs. J.E.
Christmas guests
their parents, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and >
Thomas In Crescent City. !\Ir.and Mrs. T. C. Chastain, Sr. Talk to someone who owns a e BIG I

Mrs. Dave Paulk spent the weekend GENERAL ELECTRIC WEATHERTRONHEAT t
with Mr. and Mrs Brooks I'aulk in
Lake City. Mrs. Paulk also visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim' McLendon and PUMP SAVING"k!
Mrs-Jeff Paulk and Gen. and Mrs. family of Blowing Rock N.C., and
John P Wednesday and Thursday. holiday guests of their parents, C HI.

Mrs. Gladys Edwards spent the
Christmas holidays with her son ana Mr. and* Mrs. Robson Duffy of & EATING h REAL TASTE-TINGLING TREAT!
ddughlcr-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jacksonville visited her parents, Mr. ':,0...
i Edwards In Jacksonville. and Mrs. B.J. ,Eggers on Monday.Mr. 473-4777 Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone

Mrs. Lota Yates has returned to her and Mrs. David Montgomeryand .
home in Valdosta Ga., after a months family visited his father Rev.

visit with !Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale E.F. Montgomery and family in Lake I' .,
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-. My name U Ray Hoague and I am

aJ __ \ T ,.,.,.", ., an employee of the Soil Conservation
y4 Service in Sturgeon Bay. Wisconsin.
Our son David an II year old
Thoughts college freshman at the University of
on Facing
Wbconsln-Whitewater was Involved
+ in a minor car-bicycle accident In the
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., .... ..
'' city of Whitewater. Wisconsin on the
An Uncertain FutureWith + evening of Nov. 11. 1978. He did not
i ,r appear to be seriously hurt and aftv
1" i'i' r' .'. reporting the accident was released
i "iql.
1979 opening on an coal range in "brilliant styling"for ); by pulling the city the bike police.behind He him was (the last front seen

uncertain note we might be $76.95. :' .;. 1'' wheel had come off In the accident) on
inclined to take a pessimistic i'. "; w 't i a street in Whitewater. The bike wa
view of the future if it weren't for Tarpaper shacks littered both E. r ?rt found the next day within one half

evidence of the amazing recovery rural and urban areas, and 9.5 e s ,si rl ,ri that block Cavid of his returned dormitory.to We the believe dorm

from poverty that this nation has million persons were unemployedin -- ,fr.i ; rk !art proper but not to his room. His
made in the four decades since( 1939-17 percent of the labor roommate reported him missing the
the Great Depression of the force. The average farm family '-t. next day.

1930's.In earned $1,000 per year. '. t :. ,., f1 1 + ,,h, ,'9 No one hal seen him since and we
as have no clues as to his whereabouts.At .
spite of predictions of a These are the things that have ,
slowdown in the economy-- been almost forgotten, even by : ,. :, the time he disappeared he was
wearing a bright blue, down filled
perhaps even a recession in the those who are old enough to }jacket, blue jeans and tennis shoe

third or fourth quarter of 1979; a remember; and the things that Life Members in Sheriffs Association He has J light brown hair, fair
continued rise in the inflation were never known or complexion a deep voice, is S'31"tall,
spiral: increased unemployment; experienced by a majority of weighs 160 Ibs., has brown eyes and

a slackening in the constructionrate Americans living today. Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd WAke, Rt 1, Box 162-D. Law. Ming, In excess of |IJW I* the Florida Sheriff photo wears was contact taken lenses.approximately The enclosed one

; and other uncertainties, the fey, receive plaque from Sheriff Dolph Reddish year ago, prior to his graduation from
fact remains that Americans are The inauguration of President signifying' they have gnolUledor, IUe membership Sheriff Reddish Is. secretary-treasurer and is on our local high school in June, 1978.
living and will continue to live Franklin Roosevelt in 1933 was ,_n the Florida. Sheriff's Auoclallon by virtue of tae Board of Directors of the Florida Sheriff A......

with a much higher standard of with the'possible exception of evening My wife of and Nov.I were 10th.with David's him the

living than they had forty years Abraham Lincoln's,the grimmestin conversation that evening and
ago. the nation's history. We were Information given by his fellow
at the depth of a tragic depreSsion Tips on Making Sunshine Preserves students indicated that he was
Columnist Michael Novak and the greatest civilization enjoying college life. His grades were
above average and he has never had
strikes an encouraging note on earth appeared to be in a stateof any emotional problems.Mr. .
with his comment that it is terminal shock.
bracing to think back to 1939 and nation And Other Interesting Items of 98With Conservation. Pugh works Service for the in U.S.Sturgeon Soil

see how far one nation can move The suffering was on Wisconsin
Bay, He is circulating his
up the ladder from the depths of the brink of revolution. Machine plea for help in finding his son to SCS
despondence in four decades. guns had been stragetically offices all over the country. Anne
placed where the new President another strawberry season in especially invited to attend and assist IMPROVEMENTS Greene of the Bradford SCS office

lIe points out that in 1939 only would be sworn in, for fear that the offing, Bradford County house in forming a permanent organization The ladles of the S.L.lA. have asked that the letter be printed in
wife will be interested that will be benefit local .
in the follow an everlasting to newspapers.Any
one out of every 33 Americans anarchists might actually try to ing recipe for "Sunshine Preserves" this town and county. Improved the park by having the
paid income tax on their destroy orderly government in which appeared In the April 29 issue of grass mowed off and the trees information relating to David's
earnings. Most industrial Washington. Many Americans The Florida Semi-Weekly Advocate, a LEADS STATE IN BERRIES trimmed. They have also planted whereabouts should be forwarded to
workers paid none at all. while seriously believed the 151 yearsof competitor to The Bradford County Starke flowers and vines different parts of local authorities or to the Chief of
Telegraph, which gave Starke a shipped more strawberries the grounds. The ladies are indignantover Police, Whitewater Wisconsin, phone
even the successful democracy were nearing an this
average season than other
any point in the
choice of two newspapers for several the fact that some person or persons 4144732233.
doctor or lawyer with two end. years around the turn of the century. State. We are considered headquarters are in the habit of cutting on the
children, paid around $25. This for the winter strawberry trees and benches with pocket knife.
might sound great until we stopto Unemployment? More than PRESERVING BERRIESBY business in Florida. They have killed several of the prettiest ,

analyze the reason-the fact eight million souls stood in bread THE SUN'S RAYS NO WATER AT SCHOOL trees In the park by cutting great

that the average doctor and lines, and in some industrial While the sun-preserved fruits A good well of drinking water is gashes! .in .them.IIOOVER3 r

lawyer earned less than $4,500 a centers the jobless rate reached a require time and patience, they are very badly needed at the High School.At MOVING HERE is rv.
year. shocking 50 percent. without doubt, much to be preferredto present the scholars have to carry
Mr. C.F. Hoover and
those cooked over the fire, writes water from a long distance. family of
Mrs. S.T. Rorer In "Strawberries In Lake City, will move to Starke in the
In what were considered well- Inflation?That was no problem Thirty Ways" in !the May (1898) SUGAR MILL COMING near future, and will occupy the

to-do surburbs forty years ago because prices were constantly Ladies Home Journal.In Dr. A.L. Scott, a progressive citizenof Knight cottage near the electric light
annual family incomes averaged falling. But it didn't matter, since this has plant. Mr. Hoover's sons, Frank and
the country, where hot-bed is at place, received machinery Joe, will open a permanent photograph
$2.500 which went much fartherin few had money to make command, the work is easily done. for a sugar mill which he will erect on gallery !in the VonKirn building
those days of course, when a purchases anyway. Banks .were Stem !the berries carefully, without his place in North Starke. The equip on Walnut Street soon
new Ford sedan cost $685. and failing and Wall Street brokers bruising; put them into wire basket ment consists of a cane mill, a first
which plunge down into a pan of cold class evaporator, and all other necessary SYRUP TOO CHEAP
lunch at a good restaurant mull were jumping out of office water !then drain thoroughly. equipment for a No. 1 plant.! Dr. .
be had for 65 cents. windows after the market crash.It Scott will have the mill ready to turn For the past few years it has hardly
Weight the berries and. to each out a fine grade of sugar by next fall paid our farmers to plant sugar cane.
pound allow one pound of granulated It la not worthwhile to bother with
To back further-at the turn was then that President
go sugar. Select large tone ware plates, DENTIST LECTURES syrup when it is selling for only IS
of the century more than half of Roosevelt uttered his memorable make them very hot. either on top of Dr. Van Elderen, the dentist is cents a gallon. That will hardly more
the American population was words of encouragement: "Let the stove or in the oven; sprinkle overa again in the city and is located at,the than feed the horse that turns the mill .
living at, or below, the level of me assert my firm belief that the layer of the granulated sugar and New Commercial Hotel. The doctor much less clothe and Teed the man
bare subsistence. The cycle oi only thing we have to fear is fear cover this closely with the berries gave an Interesting and Informative who runs it.BRAVE. David lleagueJohann.
booms and depressions continued itselt-nameless, unreasoning Cover hottest with glass and stand in theeon's lecture on the corner of Call) and Jack YOUNG MAN

for another 25 years, culminatingin unjustified terror which rays. son Streets last Monday. He is knownas Mr. Mally Jones displayed

the stock market crash of 1929 paralyzes needed efforts to Move the dish as the sun changes its Extractors."The King" of all painless Tooth considerable nerve Tuesday in allowing .,
which threw the nation's convert retreat into advance." position. At 4 o'clock bring them in Wild Jim, the noted Texas cowboy
and aside in and rifle shot, to shoot the ashes from 0
set a closet or cool place. IIAMPTON NEWSPAPER
economy into a tail spin and These words deserve to be Next day put them out again in the the end of a cigar In his mouth. The
touched off the Great Depression remembered for they turned the sun. By this time they will no doubt Hampton. has its own newspapernow. cowboy was giving an open air exhibition
of the 1930's. nation around from utter despairand have become clear, almost trans from Anyone wishes to get the of his skill on the vacant lot .. Gutenberg the
desperation to hope and parent and thoroughly soft, but perfectly news"The Hampton Hampton Orange should Leaf.subscribeto between Dr. E.L. Stewart' and L.D. father of printing was
WaU's.tribe .
In 1939, the average wage of courage and the will to fight. whole and plump. originally a goldsmith.

production workers in the Lift each berry carefully with a fork
manufacturing trades was $23.86 Remembering these things- and put into a tumbler or bottle Boil
per week. Almost half the the hardships endured and the syrup over the fire for a few Melrose Couple Raises Prize Goats I
minutes until it thickens; strain cool,
American people lived in rural overcome by those who first
and pour it over the fruit. Seal in glass
areas, and 40 percent of the landed on our shores, and the jars In same manner as other pre
population, both urban and rural utter despair that enveloped the serves.
had neither bathtub nor shower nation in 1933 we can have faith pounds of milk and 178 pounds of
in their homes, and 25 percenthad that despite whatever (Editor's note: Anyone who has ',, ,, butter fat.

no running water at all. uncertainties face us in 1979. we never hot eaten buttered"Sunshine biscuits Preserves"with has missed The Saladas now have seven kid

Outdoor "privies" were still a can believe with President ore of the real "country gourmet" goats and expect more to arrive soon.
common sight since 35 percent of Roosevelt that "We do not treats of strawberry-growing sec f r,. They bottle feed the kids three times a
the population did not have distrust the future of essential lion of Florida.) bY.They

indoor toilets.In democracy. The people of the TRAINS BLOCK have shown their goats at
United States have not failed. In STREETS M i.. 7i several shows and fairs receiving
History repeats Itself, and "there is V awards and ribbons for the animals.Thearmisatamilyoperetiaiwith.
1939. the birth rate of their need they have registered a nothing new under the sun." The truth .N r,
Americans was lower than the mandate that they want direct, at the old saying is proved by an FW Ii.fir Ii.

death rate, and l life expectancywas vigorous action. In every dark Advocate item of 1998 complaining their son. William, and Salada's wile,
almost 20 years less thantoday' hour of our national l life, a about the trains blocking railroad Nancy assisting in the work. Their
crossings in Starke SO years ago: other son. Sam. an active member of "
73.2 the leadership of frankness and
years vigor the 4-H Club, helps also and shows the
in the nation's history has met with that understanding "Every night the log train goats in the fairs.
and support of the people completely blocks up Pennsylvania Fx Fxit
themselves which is essential tc Avenue and West Street and parties The Saladas lived in Hampton,
who wish to cross the railroad at those Virginia before moving to Florida.
In 1939 the Americanhad
average victory. points find them blocked and con They then moved to Gainesville
eight years of public sequently they are compelled to go where LL Col. Salada worked on his
schooling and in almost half of all In this spirit, there are no four blocks before they can cross The doctorate In political science at the
homes cooking was done on difficulties that 1979 can bring city authorities should look ,into the t University of Florida. The in

wood or coal stoves. Sears that cannot be overcome by a matter." '"w, goat Melrose farm.a year agO, and began their

Roebuck offered as "the favoriteof people willing to sacrifice for a (Note: Pennsylvania Avenue 'was M ,
young moderns" cast-iron common goal. the early name for Cherry Street. It The Salada welcome any
was given that name because: of sever interested visitors to the Shake-Rag
ral well-to-da families who came to Goat Farm, (which was named for the
M RtY. / Starke from Pennsylvania and built. popular"Shake Rag" race once held
LN7eR, Jo large homes in that .location) Melrose. The farm Is located
behind the Faith .
Tabernacle down a
Other items of interest from the!1898 The Saladaa bottle feed the younger members of&hak Rag Goat Farm Please wooded lane east of the property.
caR them at 47S-276A in
The largest slat.. Alaska, cover 586.400 square mile*- Advocate: by PaUl Cbrlate..en in South America. There they advance to arrange a convenient
an area almost one-fifth that of continental United State SNAKE FIGHT Lt. Col. and Mrs. Rueben Salada saw the goat herder the villgae, and time.

Mr. Lee Hoffman, the genial) clerk established the Shake-Rag Goat Farm got themselves.The the idea. to have a herd
of the W.B. Haynes Co., has on exhibition in Melrose nearly a year ago. and now
RtQ1 "ADFORD{ a six.foot rattlesnake, captured boast of a herd of more than 50 prize Saladas hope to develop their e ,
by Theo Pinkston on New River..Mr. goats. facilities by locating
a dairy on the K ?
Hoffman has received a challenge farm and offering fresh
miligrqlJBOB from a gentleman at the lumber According to Salada, the goats have for sale. goat's milk 4
camps who wants to fight a king jeen selected from the finest herds in t ,
O snake against his rattler. The battle tile United States and are hardy At the present time, they are part of
c o will take place in the Haynes show producers of milk and butter fat a computer testing program to .
window where everyone the evaluate milk production. ,
can aro Each
I qt/ON O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER fun. They have a great number of month a sample of goat milk la taken
I I II Nubian dairy goats known as the
Publisher weighed to determine the quality .
"Jerseys of the goat family" because of the milk. S ir
The ladies of this city met Tuesday of their high milk output. The ,F t
Published *acn Thursday and entered as,second Class Matter; afternoon May 3rd, at the Gospel! Nubians developed by the British, This type of program conducted '
Tent for the purpose of organizing a area cross between Egyptian. Indian, throughout the United States ,
at the Post Offlc at Stark, Fl*. under Act of March 3,1879. ,. and
Woman's Christian Temperance and native British goats. They are sample results are compared on a 4d
Union marked by the unusual nationwide basis The Saladas have
Subscription rat* In trade area '7 Par Year: *4 jSJx Month characteristic ota large Roman nose two"star milkers", a superior rating .
The organization was formed! by and for milk
long pendulous ears. Nubians producing goats,
Outside trade area: 'a P.r ? Mrs. M.R. arc
Yw4': Six Month electing Liddon as presi exceptionally: gentle and affectionate
dent and Miss Alva Johns as secretary. animals,
The Among'Kubiana In The country these
not meeting will be held at
iPhon* 064-6306 Stark. Florida"' the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon TheSaladas first became interested two star milkers rated hi the top ten ne.dlailnetlve Romaa ..* acct

at 4 o'clock. The ladies at his city are In goats. when they visited an Indian producing, on a yearly basis 320 characteristics long pendulous of ears Nubia.are...ta.typical.

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Full-Time Official ',' : ,"
City Zoning ;{ ,:l

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I bf continued exasperated at the Pierce: stressed to the council that a Torode had been going into the yard* '
f kI confusion of city officials person Is needed to figure out what for yean without incidence before..
I b about operation of Starke's new type of zoning action Is needed on attack |i ,
! B toning ordinance, city attorney each request at city hall. The attorney Silcox said residents can etttxpr*,
! George Pierce recommended that a Mid i It Is too much for city clerk to move fences to allow access to
t J( time zoning administrator be candle each zoning; electric meters or pay electric bills:; 4
r "1I hired. though Edwards Is matterlaeven based on estimates by meter readers. "
I b The city is currently advertising for now. Received on bid one motor f fa
1 n such an official but there is much "What if the county clerk was faced $22,849 quote from Florida- a
t JII difference of opinion whether the new with every zoning problem which Is Tractor Co. Jacksonville. rad"1 ,:
11' z employee will be a fulltime zoning presented to the county?" Pierce Power Corp. of Jax no-bid, .
I III p official or an assistant to city clerk: asked.In they had no grader to ; !
f 11 Merrill Edwards The argument has other action, the council: specifications. Industrial Tractor wash w
1 !t'. 4"r a nor .a { ilt raged at recent city council meetings. Was definite that a city meter d to enter a bid, councilman! :
n. During another confused discussion reader does not have to go Inside a Wilbur Waters said, but clerk Merrill].;
I 8'" Tuesday night this time about what fenced yard with dangerous dogs to Edwards said the bid was not
powers and what matters go before read a meter. To fence a meter so it is received. The bids were accepted for 3 '.
J II't''t One oi ttev. Ftyn '. 10 locomotives stops In at the cen ml&station where passengers wait for the nest run.Ftynn'sRailroad the zoning and planning commission\ inaccessible la a misdemeanor in the evaluation. The city may reject the] :

",' and which go before the board of ad- city Councilman Vernon Silcox said bid. and make a new call It was!
'"" r :" 'J> justment. Pierce finally told the city be has Instructed meter readers to Indicated, but the council left it to the
', ; ,'I':V.' council It will take a fuUtime zoning take no chances! in such situations. Street Committee to make the decl- '
(From Page I) '( t ",; official to keep zoning matters "They simply do not have to put up don. j;
e Only one Item In Rev. Flynn's mini. straight. with such things." SUcox stated. -Received three bids on a 14 ton f'j
t community too minute for even the "Until you get a fulltime zoning and Council members were unanimous pick-up truck for the Gas Depart- I!
skilled hands of Starke's foremostv planning official, like L. M. Gaines in their support of Sllcox's stand. ment;, Blount-Pontlae GMS&: '1
; train artisan, and that is the residents (the county zoning director) it will The discussion arose over an Gainesville. $5,055.05; Baldwin? '
.i I. i i of the towns. Standing a little over an never work right the city attorney Incident in which meter reader Chevrolet-Olds, Starke, $5.323K i
I.,. inch tall, customers at the station andt insisted. "You are going to have to do Charlie Torode required stitches to Terwillegar Motors Starke. 5098.s. 'j.
j< pedestrians on the street are ordered this or there was no use in having atoning close bites Inflicted by two dogs when Terwillegar's bid was found on the!?
s already painted from railroad ordinance passed. You will be he went Into the yard at the Billy counter at the front of the city hall.::.; f.
t collector's magazines, which are also In a continual state of confusion" Grlffis home to read the meter. after the meeting, but it was decided
the source of plans and kits for other r to accept the bid for consideration 3 :;;

pieces.. -Accepted the resignation of Merrill.tMcMillan
!> Inmate Wins Re-entry PermitImmediately as a member of) the city'

On trips or vacations Rev. Flynn Is zoning and planning commission. The \
b constantly looking for new A long-time Florida State Prison how Cormacks got from semi-retired veteran surveyor:]? 1
v i locomotives and cars that interesta Inmate won his re-entry permit to FSP to Starke, 11 miles away. agreed, however to continue to attend-,
him, and then the search begins fore .Florida State Prison when he took the At his first appearance in court meetings of the commission and to acts: 1
the plans. "About 13 years ago, I saw a :_' Christmas Day cash receipts from the Tuesday morning Cormacks said he as its technical advisor ;v .
: t:. caboose In Tennessee that struck me prison store where he worked and wouldn t need an attorney because he Was left with the suggestion by;| "
as beautiful. Magazines put out plans ,' 4 I escaped" from a minimum securityarea. was guilty and had been caught with councilman Harold Epps that they

.regularly, and I searched for years '." ,, '. the goods. He worked in the prison zoning commission be supplied \\'ltll.'I.
I. before they finally put out the plans in Lawrence Cormacks, 51, sentencedto canteen and confessed to taking the legal counsel at its meeting .-.
n. the regular issue. a life term for murder from .:lay's receipts. Accepted streets in the Melton. \
1 Probably the favorite engine inc Pictures trains from the 1920' that ran the Starke to Lawtey route adorn Escambia County in 1951, was Authorities returned the cash and Legion Terrace platted subdivision on
Rev. FI nn's collection is a the walls of Rev. Flynn's spar bedroom.the released on parole in 1971. He was Cormacks to prison where be will be south Orange Street, on recommendation :

specialized locomotive known as a power behind the machines: Flynn explained that maintenance of returned to prison In 1974 for violating confined In the maximum security of the Street Committee. f
"! his parole. AI Lee, prison Information section of FSP.
e adapted for hill
rigorous electricity and electronic circuitry steam locomotives was a constant
(.. I L: climbing and sharp curves required In. One central power pack and one process. "Steam locomotives could director recommended, said for Cormacks a work release had been Brooker Fire Chief Still Has Problems I I
mountainous mining and logging remote unit grace the front of the run for 50 or 60 years, since they were program
regions. The 1909 replica was the project pushing the trains around the constantly beln rebuilt while they from and would have been released 1977 Ford Maverick against a fence
prison soon. Even the fire truck is giving
largest single purchase made in Rev tracks were operating. it
over canyon-crossing bridges, doing damage to
f Flynn's 27 years of collecting, at a and through mountain tunnels. Rev. Flynn's background would not about Cormacks was recognized on US-301. Brooker Fire Chief George Pierce a Pierce has had a less than comfort *
*' cost of $110.Incredible. Tracks' switch, cars uncouple over preclude a leaning toward the 4 a.m. Tuesday morning carrying hard time. able situation with the Brooker a
'i' specific magnetized sections, trains railroad, since he served as a pilot for a paper Starke bag containing $1,702.25 volunteer' fire department of late. In '
as it may seem after reverse and join with other sectionsall an air-sea rescue unit in World War II. by two police officers, Leroy Pierce backed the truck onto fire- June he was relieved of his duties
viewing the elaborate lay-out. Rev. due to the electronic wizardry put "Our job was to find and mark the Ennis and Ricky Cormacks Bennett.from The officers nouse drive, got out and raced the after being charged with not;'" :
recognized tele-
:" ': Flynn admits "I spend very little each together by Rev. Flynn.A position of downed pilots between typed description released the a engine with the outside throttle. The cooperating with |the Town's cityffi
year." The nickel-silver tracks come Saipan and Japan. The closest I cameto by pri- truck,still In gear, bolted forward and council but in No\ember the leteranof

'In three foot sections, laid out over the long-time electronics enthusiast the actual fighting was when our son.Cormacks climbed the hit parked car owned by James G. fire expert was asked by the sam. ..
.' alabaster landscape on plywood and Rev. Flynn he likes using, plane and a Japanese plan were on an fence which reportedly surrounds a minimum Lee. The unmanned truck pushed the board to retake his old job back. :
% cork bases. Costs are cut down since Jni "" ct but the Japanese -
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t electric for short ; security section of FAP about 10
-' power term trips p.m.
4-HHorse Club To Meet 11
l' made from scratch. Jan
: most pieces are : and electronic for long-term trips. piano turned off course and we never Monday It was not explained
l+ Paper, wood and some plastic go into met."
the buildings, while most cars and "The power generated from the Joining the ministry late In life in 'I
locomotives are constructed from power pack travels up one track (rail) 1966, Rev. Flynn served previously as Livestock Entry Deadline Tomorrow ..
another and control .
and back I
Alabaster is the logical choice can executive director of Services
Boy Final 4
plastic. certain of the track 4-H Is to all without! regard to', ;
portions open '
for Landscape construction since it Council in Jacksonville, heading Next Thursday, January 11, the
individually. The electronic control is race. color. sex or national oriain. }1. .
dries to an extremely hard finish in Boy's Clubs and Big Brothers in Trail Blazers 4-H Horse Club of Starke .
only 15 minutes, so hard, in fact that the most realistic, since the train Duval County will hold its regular bi-monthly Friday. January 5. Is the deadlinefor -
color will not penetrate.. starts off.gradually while the current Serving others has taken up a major Reg. Jan.. 8 & 9 meeting at the home of Mrs. Diane ".It and FFA members who are
The painstaking work involved in builds up' portion of Rev. Flynn's life, but his Brown at 3:45: p.m. entering a hog. beef breeding animal : I
constructing buildings, cars and train-collecting hobby is one thing he ,.. Farrier Randall Lester of Waldo or dairy heifer In the Livestock Show "
landscape would seem difficult Maintenance buildings and an ice does solely for his own enjoyment, The last opportunity for registration will be there to give a talk and held during the Bradford County Fair ,

enough 'to the novice but the most.complexdfkadems ,plant for car refrigeration stand to the and the hobby heads ,,to a. ...better.,,' before the beginning of Santa Fe demonstration on trimming, shoeing Entry forms and rult'1l may rC I
: to be put forth In Ijtll'r. > outh ol the/central town.and:: Rev;' talariced lifestyle? *to Community College' Winter Term corrective. and general hoof obtained from the County Extensions ,
.,,.; ::<>..i<*UMfees-> >''Mt''fOl'! '"' ;'Monday! and a .
T' -W ffggnnf tw> ; ..( .jOniw( ladT nftan r .!.. .&Tdt4tdd1adU8'N,, \ g", ,. ,w.'Mtmbvri' 'tmd leaaVwwf the UtirafteHftvn ..,..t". ",t t ,.
I / 'Tes Scores from; pg one ,j. The' banta Fe Office In Bradford Bradford I County Horse Clubs are The Market SIn(' Show Is I open lo> v
Bradford ,, High School will be open both days Invited to attend For further all eligible Bradford and Union.;
from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30: p,m. information or directions, please call County 4-II and FKA. members The*t
Even though local.third graders Mrs. Diane Brown at 964-5284 or Mrs Show 'is l sponsored by (the rftdord.:1fUnion :
ing the many standards on the skills The awareness of the basic skills will also Swim Producers Asuorintion
ranked low when'Compared to lastyear's There be an evening Barbara Gordon at 473-2938. ? i .
test show an improvement over last needed to pass the statewide test was .
third graders they didn'tachieve registration on Tuesday evening from
year. focused on Bradford County's Reportof the 70 percent passing markon 6 to 8 p.m. Classes begin on Tuesday, _toy1t I
The Basics Skills Test is broken upInto Basic Skills, a first-year process in standards 9 and
only three of 18 this January run through April 20.<< DWIGHT SLATER
two parts, a Math portion and a which teachers are making out take- The standards the average BC Credit classes offered In Starke I
Communications portion, and further home reports for all of their students year. '",
deficient College Basic
third grader was on were:,, Composition,
divided into standards. A sample each semester that give the instructor's one,the ability to"identify equivalent Writing Skills, Spanish, Art
communications standard for a third judgement of each student'sability fractions, decimals and percents"; Appreciation, Major Religions, Food & Sell
grader would be ability to "acquire a to master the "basic skills." two, the ability to "solve money pro- Elementary Math for Teachers, !I Open US, 301 :. i

Basic vocabulary"Within The report includes every skill on blems" and three, the ability to College Algebra, Modern Cell 7AM. 12 PM A Walnut, '
whatever Basic Skills test the student and Science Human ----
"recognize irrelevant Invalid Biology, Physical ------ -
will be taking next with a "yes", :" and the
each standard would be statements. Origins Marriage Family,
"no", or "progressing, marked by On the other hand eighth graders Sociology.
skills. A skill corresponding to the each skill to show whether the student MOTOR Oil PEPSI J
standard In ranked well above last year's eighth
sample communications
skm.I'Mlrror" .
the previous paragraph would be has mastered that grade but still were deficient (ton the It Is still possible for new students to $119 $t 29 Tax if
"identify printed equivalents to orally average) in 12 of 30 standards. Eighth apply to the College for the Winter 3Qts. 16 02
presented; words." grade weaknesses are: acquiring a Term. The Starke SFCC Office offers Plus Tax 8 Pk. & Dep. ,it
tests which have been basic vocabulary, determining word most of the services of the College,
'' Students are quizzed on an average designed bthe Bradford school meaning from usage in passage, including academic and financial aid All BRANDS BEER
of four-five questions for each skill system to simulate the Basics Skills determining the main Idea of a counseling.For Borden's
and must master 70 percent of the test, help the teachers and administration message, identifying fantasy, fact, more Information, stop by the |
skills in both the math and communications see each student's mastery of and opinion; use of reference skills Santa Fe Office at the High School MILl t'9 100Over Cost
', parts to achieve the test standard the skills.Those tests are glyen once) a writing letters using accepted formats (open Monday-Thursday from 8am.to Gal.
year spelling, dividing whole 3 p.m.) or call 064-5383.

numbers, and working with Tractions, .-... ..
Judging'! by the percentage of Deficiencies that show up In the decimals and percents. -
""r students achieving each of the stan- "mirror" tests are worked on after The average Bradford High School
? dards Bradford County- students In wards In remediation classes and the .Junior failed to master five of 23 stan- CONFERENCE
..1978-79 surpassed last year's students students are then retested on only the dards with weaknesses showing up In BIBLE I
.. ,"j'" In 64 standards on the skills test, skills they failed to master on the first spelling, punctuation (a very weakpoint ,
,.X ranked below last year's tested children exam. ), multiplying fractions, percentages i
.' ". on 23 standards, and even on five and problem-solving with fractions ,<***

,'; ," standards. The Title I program Is a federal program decimals and percents.The THE GOSPEL OF MAR i'
". average local fifth grader
unrelated to the Assessment
"Awareness of the basic skills'needed Test but because it providesan missed on just one of 15 communication ;; I
is one of the big reasons process
again standards ,
(punctuation) but
extra Title I teacher in classes
." for the improvement on the Basic couldn't master nine of IS mathematics ; I
is "
behind It
.. "We students who are boostingthe SUNDAY- :;
M Skills Test, said Mrs. Payne, standards. Fifth grade math WEDNESDAYp ,,
assessment test results. rrr ,--
and Instruction
". geared our classes -There, still are weaknesses. that weaknesses were in rounding numbers p : '
,',towards the test and also grouped students subtraction and division, workIng ,
show among Bradford students WORD WITH 'US' .
this year Instruction.to give them The Title more I 'especially up with this year's third graders with fractions decimals and per I COME STUDY GOD'S ,
i individualized cents; solving money problems and '
who surpassed their counterparts -
; &
,,i: program also gave uS.a much betterteachertostuden other number problems, and Inter
from last year in only nine of 16
ratio' and helped I ,
preting graphs, tables and maths.

think. No matter what church you may attend, you will enjoy the
I }: ,Home' Burns During Deputies 'Half-Hour Search

Two Bradford County homes were and didn't- give us-the full location. We -Starke police picked up the call on verse by verse study of the Gospel of Mark. There will be a
I destroyed by fire during the past are trying to organize another station CB and relayed the message to the
', on that end of the county," Greens county force at 4:30: a,m, The house Adults
of which burned for nearlya the ; ,
j week, one Bible member of fan :" < .
half hour for while Its' location.Bradford deputies Bradford ld Volunteer Firemen also was undeterminedThe totally destroyed, the cause Study group every ;
I Dec. 29, the home received a call ea fly Sunday morning volunteer department offered 0 ;' .J'' \ '
Friday morning. will be
fire at the home the taught by our pastor.
01 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Arnold and theirII" Dec. 31, concerning a emergency aid to Teston familyby <
fire from of the Raiford Teston family, on Sr-16 providing clothing after the fire. : .
three children caught an
electric heater, ,with only one of the a mile east of Starke. day'night Wednrsday, night";:"7:' "'; '

daughters>in the house. The house Is .t .v #* "
located 1!4 miles north of SR-100 on '

SR-235 near the Bradford-Union DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Sunday! 7:30p.m. Monday-Wednesday; 7J O p.m* ,;
county line,with a Lake Butler phone .' ,
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and the the Union t t. *
office ', ".w. V.> .' '
'J County Sheriffs In Lake Butler t : EVERYONE'INVITEDI' / .f
:; 'f- according to Bradford volunteer fire HomeDeWITT 'I .
"I chief Harry Green
.. ill ,
The girl gave only the route number '

and the road over the phone, and HAROLD A. JOHNSON '.
Union officials to .>,' A First BaptiSi1 : :
sDepartment. : I
Bradford Since ,STARKE KEYSTONE9646200 /'" ; ;..
:: SR-235 extends from Brooker to a '
; point several miles north of Highway <. ':,; 473-3176 r'
100, officials had no way of knowingI '
where the fire was located. 28 minutes : Church '.
I:. after the call was received Bradford ': RENTALSHospital ', '., .,'

deputies located the fire and the : .
i.e. county volunteer force arrived. The Beds-Wheel Chairs : '' .;
U, .1 house was beyond saving when the Jefferson & Clark! Sts. Starke, Florida,': t ,u.'. .. ..
'firemen arrived according to Green., <'v',< .',, ap
S Crutches
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City Safety Committee Finds No Police; Negligence in Fire Rescue >. 4 4A j'

Mill irate rather of a badly burned- policeman in a patrol car but was "You're not doing what you said you. ;'TO would let Safety Committee- Chairman the burned articles of ctodttog to the poesible. but not to the hospital" i
on dropped off by police instead of dropped at a nearby service station Eppa
would Lazenby slated. answer. council. Chief Bowen told LueMby Dee. 36.: I
being taken to the hospital after the and told to await a rescue unit. A "This la the council There was :
all (the letter) no sa' "Our' primary reaponrfbiMy Is the Bowen added the penee officer aeted.: ..
SawYer-Slade. gas fire left the Starke passerby finally took the burned can do fee you," said Mayor-Comma- Each member of the committee I q'( safety of all peofio. We're not a correctly cooskfertng the attuatten at I
city meeting Tuesday youth to Bradford County Hospital. stoner Joe Warren closing. debate. "1 he had made an investigation on\.. rescueiquMl. We take those in danger hangiIn which the safely ef hundreds .: -
night Jan. 1, charging no proper Warren read a letter signed by don't want to hear mere about It," wn. Epps said he had conducted Ml away from the area m quickly m of people could have endangered. : ,
investigation of the incident has beencarried Safety Committee Chairman HaroldE"WWe Warren said several times when own investigation.At ,
out. Lazenby continued to press the the Dec: 19 council meeting
,Joe Lazenby. father of the Inured the undersigned Safety Committee council obviously displeased with the Lazenby questioned the council and LCCC Registration Set Through Jan. 12 .1
youth, asked the council have examined and reviewedthe way the matter had been handled. Police Chief Jimmy Bowen about a .
investigation had been carried out Incidents pertaining to the injury Warren added Lazenby's only course policeman's primary duty in times of Registration for Spring Semester waiver. For more information about. .''
Mayor-Commissioner Joe Warren sustained because of burns to an of action would be to take the matterto crisis.
will take In the Administration :
told Lazenby all the council had for place registration contact !the Registrar'sOffice p
explosion at the
Sawyer-Slade Gas court. "My son was picked by Starke
up Building of Lake
him Tuesday night was a letter from Bulk Plant, and find City Community phone 752-1822. extension :ZM. .
no negligence or "No you didn't Investigate, police dumped in the middle of 301
College through Friday. Jan. 12. No late fees will be charged.
the safety Committee which was misfeasance on the part of the City of Lazenby charged after Warren read and told to wait for a rescue unit that "
Registration place from
charged with investigating the Starke Police Department. the brief letter. An agitated Lazenby was never called. You're not t ;
Incident. Committee members are Lazenby charged that the council finally left the meeting Tuesday nightat supposed to drop someone off whose Senior citizens, 62 years of age/or a.m. until 6:30 p.m. Monday through
chairman Harold Epos, Warren, and had promised him the Investigation the repeated urging of his wife. socks are burned off his feet and older may register on a space Thursday and from\ a.m. until S p.m. : ,
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen would be carried out in public by the "Mr. Warren, did you have a whose clothes are melted," Lazenby available basis and receive a tuition on Friday, Jan. 3 and Jan. 12.

Lazenby's son, 16-year-old Scott Safety Committee. (Safety Committee) meeting?" asked said. at the Dec. 19 meeting, showing
Lazenby, was removed from the "There was no meeting, per Ie," Gainesville Sun reporter Bill Shields. ,
scene of the bulk plant fire by a said Commissioner Epps. Warren declined to answer, saying ." ... ,4'

I Ubituaries :.:

Joseph Anthony Kauffman Sr..17 Charles W.Schaffer Mrs.Mu.arelAnn Livingston 8 i

Mr. Joseph Anthony Kauffman, Sr., Charles William Schaffer of Mrs. Margaret Ann Livingston 78,
87,of Kingsley Lake,died at his home Gainesville, died Saturday morning, of Keystone Heights died Tuesday
Sunday morning. December 30, In North Florida afternoon, Dec 26, following a long ;
Born in Dayton,, Ohio, May 8. 1911, Regional Hospital illness. We Have A WideSelection :
Kauffman had lived in Kingsley Lake Born in Buffalo, N.Y., he had been Born Dec. 18, 1902 In Buxton Iowa" '
for 22 years, moving from Akron, Mrs. Livingston moved to Keystone
employed as a mechanic with
Ohio. lie was a teacher at the Vocational Lockheed Aircraft and was a veteranof Heights in 1967. She was a member of : Of The
the Park of the Palms
School church .
a veteran of
navy World War II. He
was a member of
member of V.F.W., and a member of Masonic Lodge No. 686 of Mableton, Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. 1. rid ,
Clarice E. Green 4l
the Catholic Church. and a grandson
Ga., and a member of Yaarab
Kauffman is survived by his wife, in Atlanta. He moved to Gainesville Temple Edward Green, both of Des Moines, a
Gertrude B. Kauffman, two daughters about a month ago from Mableton. Iowa. ALLIEW 79 .f.
Mrs. Lucille Milner of Starke Surviving are his wife Elna Conner Funeral services were held Friday HOMES
Dec. 28, in the Park ,
and Mrs. Charleen Banks cf Booth- Schaffer, of Gainesville of the Palms
wyn, Penn., one son,Joseph A. Kauff ; one son, Church with Bro. Raymond Routley -
Richard of
Atlanta; his father, Leo '' -
man, Jr. of Ga. and Bro. Robert J. Willey officiating. 'i -- - In
Fitzgerald two brothers Sllkowskl and one sister, Mrs. Stock ,And A
was in the
Paul Gegner of Keystone Heights
Pittsburgh, Barbara Eaton, both of Englewood,
Penn., and Mike Gegner of Akron, Cemetery with arrangements by
Ohio one sister, Mrs. Rose Klingel- Fla.Funeral services were held at 2 DeWitt C. Jones Good Supply Of
smith of Barberton, Ohio, and four pm. Sunday In the .Archer-Tanner
grandchildren. Funeral Home chapel with Rev. Ben FIRST BAPTIST YOUTH'
Funeral mass was held at 10 a.m. Bryant officiating. Graveside CELEBRATE NEW YEAR Homos
Wednesday in the St. Edward's Masonic rites were performed by
Catholic Church in Starke, with Lodge 33 in Conner
Father Michael Williams Father cemetery. The high school youth and single ALL USED HOMES
adults in
participated a lock-in at
Sebra and
Anthony Rev. Ben P.
Bryant officiating. Burial services First Baptist Church December 31 CARRY A 1 IEARWARRII'I
until 6.00
: a.m.January 1. The evening
were held in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith
arrangements under the direction George Lewis Carter began at 10:00: pm. with a time of
of DeWitt C, Jones Funeral games and activities. Shortly after .
Home. George L. Carter, 50. of 2201 Sleepy the new year began appetites were ,., ...
satisfied with 1 ,
a hearty snack of ;
Hollow Drive
in Starke, died Monday
night native after an and apparent lifelong heart resident attack.A of. sandwiches Various activities, chips and kept soft the drinks.morning. ; For The Ultimate In Pre Constructed Homes By. Fleetwood ....

Daniel Ray Miles,20 Bradford County he had been hours from becoming boring. Models Available With Fireplace i.. "
Daniel Ray Miles, '20, of Sampson employed by Register Oil Competitive games stunts, drama !
Company insuredthe .
films and a devotional time ?
Lake died Dec. 20. and formerly worked with Houston f JOHN BROWN MOBILE HOME CENTER ;
interest of almost
Born in Parkersburg W. Va., Miles Service Station until 1971 when he was every person.
Robbie Best, who is
lived In Jacksonville for employed by the Bradford now attending {
10 County
years Stetson University In DeLand led in Hwy 21 I'
moving to Bradford County in 1974. School Board as head custodian at the most of the activities and for the Keystone Heights Fla. 473-3775
He attended Duval County schools Middle School. He was a member of evening and early morning hours. A Home For The Retiree Or The Newlyweds
and was a member of the Highlands Calvary Baptist Church. ..
methodist Chruch and Highlands Surviving are his wife, Lucille May \
Little League. Barnhart Carter, of Starke; one
Survivors Include the parents, Mr. daughter, Mrs. Linda Ruth Barley
and Mrs. Rufus E. Miles of SampsonLake Punta Gorda; two sons, Robert L.
; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Carter and Richard Carter, both of A I'
Helen Standly; paternal grand- Starke; two brothers, Ray Carter, Start The Year Off Right
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Miles of Ormond Beach, and William Carter,
Newport News, Va.; a brother, Hampton; two sisters, Mrs Ruby
Michael A. Miles of Jacksonville; two Cook and Mrs. Llnnie Williams both :

sisters; Miss Mlndy S. Miles of Jackson of Starke;; and two grandchildren: "'y With How Equipment ... .. '. ., .... ..... '' .
vile and Miss Karl Miles of Starke. Funeral services will be.headdLS : 1aa'1C.'WJI: '/ ''"' ,'" I'I'I t..' "... !::a:, .
't f "
Funeral services were held Dec. 24 p.m. Thursday In ,Calvary*Baptist'Church 'Y""It'' 'II"" ''''''' ; _. ..
in the chapel of Hardage-Krauss with Rev. Jim Black ;
Funeral Home, Jacksonville, with the officiating. Interment will be in ,. :
Rev. Robert Brown officiating. Burial Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archer. '
was in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Tanner Funeral Home in charge : r i


Revival Services Set t At Pleasant Hope r

Pleasant Hope New Congregational There will be a free fish fry COMPLETE LINE OFOFFICE, I 'I

Methodist Church will hold revival Saturday Jan. 13, beginning at I 5 p.m. '
services Jan. 10, 11, 12 at 7:30: p.m. Special singing is scheduled to beginat
each night. 7:30 p.m.. after the fish fry. FURNISHINGSDESKSCHAIRS j
Arthur or Johnson Queen will be the The public is Invited to attend the
speaker at the revival. The church is revival services, fish fry and sing. '' '
located three miles north of Starke of according to Rev. Emery L. Griffis, '
US-301. pastor of the church.rdsNews J''' : I


e-d.e St.EdwaiCHRISTMAS jJ & .. ((0Th r-m k'.;. t

MASSES Scene, poinsettias, candles and holly. OFFICE \

Rev. Father Patrick Foley Midnight MassProceeding
celebrated the 7 p.m. Christmas Massat
St. Edward I Catholic Church. the Christmas Midnight MACHINES. i
Children of the Parish participated in Mass, Christmas carols were lung by . .
the liturgy, music and readings. Mrs. the choir and congregation. Cindy .
Antoinette Coss was organist Singingwas Gissy served as organist, with Mrs. !
led by Mrs. Barbara Anderson Antoinette Goes as choir director. .
assisted by guitarists. Mrs. Mary Alan Ashline and Frank Coss were t
Stanley and Michael Brunetti. altar servers at this Mass celebratedby 1 1H' ,
Altar Servers were Allen Gonzalez. the pastor, Rev. Father Patrick j ((1 : .
Jim Mguyan and Doug Samons. Foley. ,
Sheila Anderson Tony Anderson and Following Mass refreshments were ,
Tim Gonzalez assisted in Mass served in the Parish Hall which was
readings. Gift bearers were Jamie decorated with a lighted Christmastree Hj Jf'I
Nguyen Teeba Nguyen, Cindy and other seasonal decorations.Mrs. :
Samons and Jennifer Stanley. Jack Mary Cissy and Mrs. Claire .
Anderson and Tony Anderson servedas Brunetti were co-hostesses for this

took ushers.the offering Andy Fanton and Paul Kish event Your 1919 : !

The Scene was enacted by New Years Eve Party
Nativity"as Mary, Tom Parkeras
Joseph; Becky Anderson and Members of St. Edward's Church ;" .
Jackie Anderson were Angels Paul hosted a New Years Eve Party in the Calendars Yet? I
Kish, Todd Parker and Todd Samons parish hall. The refreshment table
were the Shepherds. Donna Samons was covered with holiday cloths and
assisted In decorating the entire held lighted candles. Other 1, i t
Church with a lighted tree. Nativity decorations Included a lighted I t
Christmas tree and holiday colors.
Mr. William Lahn entertained with THE OFFICE SHOP!
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Cord Of' ThanksWe Dancing and socializing were STARKE,' FL 3209 -.
# enjoyed throughout the evening. 6JJ-5161f
;4 Hostesses for this event were Mrs. {
Claire Brunettl, Mrs. Antoinette COBS lAsWaVCTde DESK CALENDARS I..
would like to thank our friends and Mrs. Mary Gissy.Baptism. ? 1979
relatives Rev. Love employees of :
r t. I r I 1.11... ..i..
UCI and the staff at Shands Burn Unit 185T25 -
for all the concern shown us duringthe Rev. Father Patrick Foltjr Desk Calendars MAT : JIG,
officiated at St. Edward's Catholic M 1411 U ,
hospitalization. of our sonScott. 1 Ir m'sil '
Church at the Baptism on December Calendater ,.382823FfS. IMMYet. nniia i \ ." i
MH .I..nll
the 17 of Shaun William Muse son of AppofntbooNAPPOINTBOOKS REFILLS rata ..rra t
thanks to gentleman
Special William and Connie Muse 01 Starke.
who picked up our injured son on US r11N//1 TXT
301 and took him to Bradford County The godparents are Barbara *T To '231 I
We would much like to Flrzpatrlck and Stephen SpelL Among II' = 'iqu'
Hospital. very those present for the Baptism were J: UUi.iiiBi:ia
know your name so we could the maternal grandparents Henry B t.ptd;; !! !! .
personally our appreciation. .
express and Judith and iMOV -
Spell Shaun's great I MAft July
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Lazenby Sr. grandmother, Viola Lefebvre. 3" to 4" I ,
au tlMllip'& 3 "
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Past Palatka 5654Tornado

guard Fred bills twisted push the Bradford lead to 5046. i
something they really Intimidated us defense and stopping their fast ;
five foot
in a jumper with four
secondsto Another Hamilton layup at the 2:04 in the second half." break." ,
go in the game to give BIIS a 56-54 mark made It 52-48 but the Tornadoes Kevin Miller paced Bradford'sattack Shooting was the key as Bits shot a 'I
homecourt win
over Palatka Tuesday turned the ball over twice and allowed with a season high 19 points season best 21 for 31 from the field for ,
night January -marking the Palatka to pull within 5250. Tornado and 18 rebounds while Roulhac cameon a sizzling 67 percent mask Duane :
second last shot win the
over Panthers Curtis Shell layed in a followup with St to score 20 points and Francis Cummings hit the bottom on nine of U ;
win this in season 10 outings.and giving BIIS its third seconds to go to make it M-5O but UK chipped in 17, with most of the BK shots for a game high 18 points while
Before Christmas Panthers still were not deed duos points coming on fast break Ben Ross sunk five of six attemptsand
the Tornadoeshad Leroy Crumedy drilled a 16 foot layups that followed Tornado finished with U points and
split two contests In the Jackson jumper to pull the visitors to within turnovers.Ben Rosa
ville a contributed eight Frazier Bass was good on four of six
Bishop first Kenny holiday tourney, bucket and the tieing basket came seven rebounds for the shots for nine points. Cummings
then winning unbeaten a round encounter with with seconds to go when John White tornadoes while Duane Cummings hit cleared 11 rebounds to lead in that
Jacksonville Lee popped in a short turnaround and was double digits with 10 marker department with Ross claiming 10 wrt
losing In the
championship fouled by Hamilton who was forced to The Torandoes hit a hot 53 percent boards.
round to state.ranked Kenny) the bench with five personals. from the field In the first half, 44 The Tornadoes got 24 chances from

BitS White's pressure free throw was off percent for the night. the foul line as compared to six i
the mark and Miller rebounded for the
charity tosses for Jax Lee because of
Before I Hollis sank his Tornadoes who held the HC I* tl I, |4 _
game-winner ball for the .K II" It at *' what Adkinson said was "a real, real
Bradford-which had a thin seven man last shot. 74 rough Lee defense; they beat on us
lineup skinned to the minimum when With eight seconds to go Adkinson SKI CtltW...-.. Sass "M. H.llll I44.OMIIM some"
starters Dwayne Cummings and signaled Bass to go on the offensiveand t-t-l, Ran 4-t-t, Cummiiitt 4-I-li, BUS forward Dwayne Cummings

Edward Hamilton fouled out late in the 5-8 junior dribbled in from the MIIMf.tutor'-K..-"......,. RNMK.7J1, ."............II...11....U...... shoots against Pa la Ik In Tuead.ynight'l
the fourth quarter-and Palatka had left wing around one Panther and 5-N ...._ I-H, Owirtov P'OIICII .Mr.rwtlir .!. LM .. ..14....U......,...11...... 56-54 Tornado win. Cummingshad
battled on even terms. BUS relied on jumped up his off-balance lefthanderwith Ihammt. |...'. Jink... M-II, H.'_.... four baskets on the night but the
the inside play of center Kevin Miller a defender over him. The shot 12. .INCarlo.1t.1Ia.*, ..I.M,, "'Cmf..11. C.mml./1. MMIH *.... biggest bucket of the game came with .3
and sub-turned starter Hamilton who was true just grazing the back rim, Mlaf W" Tnm 1i. .-.... tt.it. just four second to go when n
combined for :34 points between them and Bradford had won its first gameof BUS M-Lee 46 teammate Fred Hollis netted a five Tornado center Kevin Miller fires .A
with Miller bucketing eight field goalson 1979. The Tornadoes reached the tourney CvmmlHt... writM, 45-1$4..I.,.MCN. .I*'.,,,WI"."-', foot jumper to seal the win. up a jump shot against tough Bishop {
"' l.t-1
inside jumpers and the high-jump BITS had beaten Palatka 55-53 Dec. finals by blitzing Jacksonville Lee 56- ft.i...y ..-.. C...*.. !..".., Turn Pram/11.7 114/. Kenny ,
ing Hamilton shaking free time and 9 In Palatka. 48 in Friday night's opening game. The6-2 BITS Junior bad I* point.and *,
again for late-game layups. The It was tied 29-29 at the hal but then The Tornadoes return to action: this season victory over the Tornadoes' II rebounds toft the 12-1 Crusaders A
Tornadoes hit 26 of 53 shots,just under Pl.-..II II U .14. -.14 Bradford came on to send the Generals weekend with a Friday Jan. 5, home already under its belt. cruised past Bradford 76-51 to win the A
50' percent as a team. .-MI..U. 17..14..1/-..M to their first loss of the year game against Macclenny-Baker Before the Palatka game Coach BK Christmas. Tournament. .
Most r.l.lk. Cr.mNV III/. D..,.'''. Adkinson talked '"
of Palatka's buckets J.NR.N against two wins. about the importance \
>. J County a Saturday. Jan. 6, road
*- t.w51 i 4 ism 7.44.w 'mr**!> W"" of the first
from long range beyond the 2-1-2 Tornado 41.s. wrlgnt 7.1.7. Colllni I4ti1. T..m ll.l-M. "We just came out and played a game against St. Augustine. three games of the new
defense with guard Robert Walker .HS.C.rtw.-... t..t>....Cummlnn.-.... better second half against Lee Baker started the week with 3.5 year. {(
showing!! the way with IS markers MI".,..a.11.N4mllnn isle.1bSiI4.7.1147. Adkinson said. "We got good shotsand record while St. a noted. "If we can win them,we'd havea i
Augustine also
7.* Torn 74.4M. has a "These three games coming 5-7 record and have
before he left the game with a twisted we started getting back losing record but has up are something good
on a 41-33 "
ankle with four minutes to go. early really key games; for us, Adkinson going."
BK 76-BUS 51
Bradford started the game with just
seven players because two players
BHS battled the fifth-ranked
,tarter Ben Ross and Tony Robinson
Crusaders on near even terms in the
Mere being disciplined for
missing opening half but a pressing) Kenny ,
practice and Mark Mitchell was
defense and
a deafening
ihsent from school
on game day.
their toll and Bishop .
Kenny won 76-51 for its second win of
If they don't practice they don't the year against Bradford. The Jax
fla;} said BUS Head Coach Warncy school was a 71-59 winner in
vlkiruson! as' he looked down his two Bradford's second game of the season
;loan bench before the contest with the in December. The second win In
'-listricl rival Panthers. Saturday's title match left Bishop
Mill. at the end:!of one quarter it was Kenny with a 12-1 record for the t
1 u I II I BUS with Adkinson rltatinhis season. '
running guards( in and out. :Miller u hopla..J Just as in the opening game ,4 ,
the entire "XI minutes between the
popped two teams the game was
u.., rt tip-in early in the second quarter closest intermission, with BK leading i iC
>o give( KHSa 16-11 i lead. the biggest of 30-27 after BHS had forged into a 16-11 ,.1 I.
''he game. but Palatka refused to fold first quarter advantage. The roof I II
ii. 'he turner marred contest. At caved in on the Tornadoes in the third I I
tiilftime it was 24-24 with BHS quarter as the speedy Crusader
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Reflections: Sheldon' Hodge LooHes Back, i:.... v .ta' '. : ;,

On His Grid Career; Looks Ahead to Life 'm "v.1I\\a. /. Ifi' ;t.

For a guy who could claim footballwas Sheldon switched over to traCK- lows of Its football Champion and tal .. :'
aim deepest history. on December 18 Hodge .. .
life third best sport Sheldon field: and it could be said running was Now, four years later, Hodges and his teammates played themselves ,' ', .' ." : I'
Hodge did pretty well for himself.In his forte. Three years in a row the football career is over. He has to the top of the Division 1-AA heap '',' :., ,, '
1974-75 Hodge was a solid but lanky sprinter qualified for the state memories of playing football In with a 35-28 championship game win ,,' I '
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little publicized defensive end for a 10- in the Giants Stadium the \" ;;.0.
championships quarter mile in New York, Packer over University of Massachusetts .
2 region football champion at and it was his tireless anchor work Stadium In Milwaukee, the Orange "Yeah, we got a lot done," Sheldon o\'t;\' 'i' ,r F{ '.,.' b I
Bradford High School but it was in that keyed Bradford's relay units In Bowl and Tampa Stadium. He has the admitted during a one-day visit to ".dv,,,. ".
other* endeavors that he made his his senior season he was voted BUS' satisfaction of knowing that he will be Starke,now only a second home since '
athletic name. In basketball he sprinter of the year as he twice remembered as one of the FAMU his family moved to Valdosta, "we .T_. <' .
carried near double digit averages in blistered the 440 in 50.3 seconds-one- class of had :: : '
78--the group that turned the quality ball-players but most of 4{ t7dil''li,' 'o: .. '
both scoring and rebounding for a tenth of a second off the school record. Rattler's football tortunes around all we had a lot of team unity. Our ': 1 : ,.f .7..G' j' "Fr,1 F j
dub that was 22-4 and District He'll readily admit that football with 38 wins five losses-and two ties team would run around together Y. "R, h. nlar: 1 li j.1
champs, as the last team in a three wasn't, his best sport in high school, in four years. ? during the week and have a good time ,, 't, ,<,. < u r
year string that could be termed the remembering the Fall as the only On the third finger of his right hand but when Friday night came aroundwe "" ,' '\"'. ". :
'Golden Age" of BHS basketball. season that didn't end with plauditsand he wears a huge black onyx ring that all got serious and thought only "' .. .. 1"-: ; :I
Hodge was a solid rock at a corner for awards coming his way. Still, denotes the Black National about Saturday's game. We were '. ,. ,. 1-1': .', !'
the team that also started Donnie with the persistence of a rookie head Championship the Rattlers won in his really close." .,.. ,,.'. '.' t ".... i' :,
Sewell, Milton Baker, Wayne Berry, coach at Florida A&M named Rudy junior season-one of three national "We had guys willing to work and
and,Elva Hampton and was oh so Hubbard and the coaxing of Bradford titles FAMU won In his four year all the coaches were willing to work Sheldon Hodge {J I
close to being state champions more High football coach David Nurse stay at the Tallahassee school. He is the 6-4, 190 pound former Tornadoadded ; ;
than once. The entire lineup welt!! on Hodge signed on to continue his gridcareer two quarters away from a Bachelor's "You d go by the football Conference championship season. In guys we go after we lose to the major ,. ;.
to wjn college athletic scholarships in with the predominantly black Degree in Health and Physical offices at 1:00: or 2:00: In the morning his sophomore year they were B-3.2, colleges (FSU, Miami Fla.). You
one. sport or another.. Each Spring college that was amidst on" of the Education with a 3.0 grade point and Coach Hubbard would still be yet disappointed. Then a perfect 11-0 know, even though we are winning .
- --- - average and soon to make a decisionon working along with the assistant season brought a third straight those shcools: have a lot to offer. H '
whether to continue his schooling coaches." conference championship, "Money Is the big thing, they have ': .
uwes DO ? in search* of a Master's Degree in Hubbard the fifth year head congratulations from the Florida better facilities and they have the 4
J : Um 'aOD! Health Education. And, maybe most mentor who has shot the Rattler legislature, and acclaim as the money to spend more time recruiting. : :'
importantly, he has the pride of football program into National national champion among Those big schools get an awful lot of <
138 E. Call St. Starke Fla. 964-5890 knowing that for a period In his life he prominence and himself Into predominantly black colleges. In his talent but we still have the confidence J ,
bonded together with a group of "guys consideration for head coaching jobs just completed senior campaign we can beat anybody. You know ; '
Starke's Own Bakery that were more like brothers to me at major colleges, came to FAMU Sheldon won a starting role for the Florida gets a lot of the tJlue-<:hippera J
than teammates" to form a football after a playing-<:oachlng stint at Ohio first time after serving as an and they still don't win. You have to ")I
SALT FREEDREAD team that was the best in its world. State with Badge among the first understudy to NFL draftee Jeff look for more than just talent Coach 'j
For two years running FAMU-a group of players recruited. Grady. He played a prime role in the Hubbard looks for attitude, too." f
Loaf 55cFRESH team that since integration of the "I'm proud that I was one of the Rattler's 12-1 club that again won the Sheldon's Immediate plans are to ;
state's major schools no longer gets class that turned around at FAMU" black national championship and return to Tallahassee for January 2
alt the best black athletes, but must Sheldon said through a smile. added icing to the already sweet cake registration day and complete the last
FROZEN DAILY win with lightly-recruited"diamonds- In his freshman year the upstart with Its conquest in the NCAA's first two quarters of his bachelor's
in-the-rough", was voted by Mutual Rattlers followed a 6-5 year with a 9-2 Division I-AA playoffs. program. After that, he may continue ,
Sports Network the Black National Southern Intercollegiate Athletic "The national championships were school to earn a Master's in Health <
all great" Hodge said during his Education if job offers don't prove too
whistle-stop visit, "the first one was Inviting upon graduation.
just as good as the last one but it felt "I'm looking forward to having two ,
real good to win it on the field this really good quarters and improving ,
3 year because it left nothing to debate my grade point average up to about
we beat everybody. You know what II 3.4 and then I'll decide whether I wantto
s ss mean last year there was some bad- go back to school," Hodge said I
talklngjabout; us being voted national obviously favoring that alternative. ,
champs but not this season. They said
we had to beat Grambling to make the "I could leach as "a grad assistant to i.
playoffs and we did (in a 31-6 rout in pay my way through school if I come. :

the Orange Bowl, then they laId we ..
had to beat Jackson State to be black .
"I've been for .
hung upon teaching a
national champ and beat them ((15-
long time, that's where I think I can
13 with Hodge and his defensive mates
help more people. Maybe I could even .
providing the stubborn of
edge be a counselor at the high school level. ;
victory). And..then had to beat
we You need to get the kids when they'reyoung
Massachusetts for the division (and
and get them to set some goals
did win the"see-saw affair), We beat for themselves. .
"The winning Is going to continue," "I'd really like to get myself into a ;
Hodge added matter l-factly, "I'm position where I would be an
one of just seven seniors (four example..you know, so kids could try
starters) and the guys we leave to outdo Sheldon Hodge."
r behind know what it takes to be Outdoing a young man who has
ay winners. already been a part of three national :.
f l r "There Is a problem for Florida championships is surely easier said ; ; ".
LOTS 4&M in recruiting because a lot of the than done. ..I'(.'

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I liady{ Tornadoes, Back in Action Tonight: "' 1
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@. The Lady Tornado eager get back whp's scoring: at a 1.1.1. per game cup; Ing average and Valery Chandler:,
Into action tonight (Thursday Jan. 4) Theresa Woody,who has a 7.5 per outwho Is putting In 6.8 points per game. 'R. I't"'r ,,, t.
with a horn game against St. Augustine y I,
and have two more home games tlf
next week as they try to raise their t
record above the.500 mark and keep' BHS Wrestlers Hit The MatsBradford I :, / 1
two game winning.. streak alive. : gl f, y
High's wrestlers will hit will start with JV action at 7 p.m. ano 1 +
Now 1-2 on the season, BHS taps we the mats for the first time in 1979 varsity.competition at 8 p.m. rt i t i
Bradford off with SAM 7 at the '. tonight (Thursday, January 4) with f
High gym and pays Buch- an/away match, against Gainesville BHS is still looking for its first dual 4 w. n'f
holz Saturdays-January 6. and Haw- .
: match win of the after
season three
thorne Monday;".f,1. 8. The last two Buchholz and then host Palatka Tues losses. For the, Tornadoes to out- ; .
games (.tart at 8 p.m.. following junior 'day;Jan. 9,_at BHS. r ;
tilts. .
varsity / Buchholz or tough Palatka '
The Lady Tornadoes, with two JV, action starts at 6:30 p.m. at grapple they will need to give more help to
straight wins coming into this week's Buchholz with vanity action set to their front-liners. Five Tornado mat-
play,have! been led by Sandra Darley, Start at 7:30: p.m. The Palatka match

men are having outstanding seasons '
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Streak Record Henry Pete and Anthony Bright
Winning carry spotless cards into the new r 4
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i in the 157 pound class. Brightis *
The JV Lady Tornadoes:carrying a The BHS girls club comes off wins four. pins ,1
two game victory'streak and the only over Gainesville Eastslde and Union "" ,,__";;; '..II'7, ;
winning record of a Bradford High County with a 2-1 season' record and 7-4) with four pins in the 140 pound 1978-79 BUS Freshman Basketball Squad
Winter sports team, come back from will be starting a nine game 1979 sche: division.Both claimed championships
First row (l-ri I Manager Kevin llamm. Gerald Kenneth Grlfflt.Robert Tyson, manager Bruce Robinson
the holiday break Saturday, January in the prestigious Orange Park,
dule. Mae Hollis has been the leading
Goodman. Ricky Nugent. Scott Hudson Todd Jackson Eddie Eddie
; Thompkins. Winkler lIerbenllawkin., not
with home Gainesville Tournament.Alan
6 a game against Christmas
scorer with a 12.7 per game point second row Head Coach John Slater. Jimmy Dlggs. pictured Michael Robinson. '
Buchholz ahd then play Haw-
to date, but has been ably
thorne at home Monday, January 8. back by Hope Jackson, 8.0, and Montgomery has a record of 6-
Janet Williams, 7.7, In the scoring 1 at 128. Martin Slocum is carrying a Frosh Cagers Go For 1st Win Monday Night
Both games start at 6:30: p.m. as column. Tracy Hankerson has added 5-1 slate at 121.Alien Scott boasts a 4-1 -
prelims to girls, varsity games. strong board-work to the team cause record In the unlimited weight class. Bradford High's freshman basket. In the first season ever for game average with Eddie Thompkins
ball team will be looking for its first a ninth grade cage team at BHS. sporting a 6.0 norm, Scott Hudson a
win of the season as it hits the courtsto 4.0 average, and Eddie Winkler a 3.7
II start the new The frosh Tornadoes have featureda mark.A .
Tyson Cruce Honored from pace- eleven ,..I.'.. The ninth grade year.Tornadoes will try balanced scoring attack in their first 21-32 loss to Gainesville Eastslde
170, of Fort Myers, and Reggie tops In the state among'3A running to get the elusive victory against three outings with 5-2 guard Todd was the closest Bradford has been to
Vaughn, 6-3, 175, Ft. Lauderdale backs. lie was the first Tornado to f...":" :I' Hawthorne at the Bradford High gym Jackson pumping In 10.7 points per victory but class AA Hawthorne
Aquinas. make first team All-State since il"Baby Monday, Jan. 8, In a 5 p.m. game. game to lead the attack. Center doesn t figure to be as tough as the
Tornado kicker-center Marcus Tommy Edwards turned the trick in Now 0-3,the freshman have 11 games Michael Robinson carries an 8.3 per Tornadoes first three opponents.
Cruce, also a senior,was named to the 1975.Cruce
honor roll as third team place-kicker was good on 18 of 23 extra '
Both Tyson and Cruce were also All- point kicks In '78 and nailed field goals Despite Reddish's 22 Points BHS Falls to Palatka
Gainesville-Area picks by the Gainesville of 37 yards against Gainesville
.Sun for their play in the 1978 Eastslde and 27 yards against Lake Palatka got a couple of easy buckets even at 20-20 at halftime and with six Tornadoes with Reddish claiming
season. Brantley in the Elks Bowl.His biggest i off fast breaks to break a 38-38 tie and minutes to go in the game it was tied seven boards and Kerry Fisher five.
Tyson's season Included three 200 boot of the season came in the third went on to down the BUS junior var- :34-34 but BUS went cold and the Panthers hl-.12..........14.+...44SNa.
yard games, with a season high 278 game of the campaign when his sity .....0 Tuesday night at Bradford burned the Baby Tornado ... -.......ta..1,1.44,

markers against Live Oak-Suwannee, overtime conversion pulled Bradfordeven High. defense with fastbreaks to claim the 10.fmHMlwr Nl\.m i.0-4, .14.4.0Ma.w.14.2....,..*.J..-.,Wlf..*p..41...,T...m
and six more 100 yard outings, for with Buchholz 7-7 and allowedthe The Individual heroics of sopho- win, their second of the season against 14-44.
averages of 137.6 yards per game and Tornadoes to win the game 13-7 in more forward Kevin Reddish weren't BHSBradford'llastchancecamewlth40 .SMS-LM. !-J.I. Fl._ *-4.1, s...".. 4.24.N.rrl.a24 .
6.0 yards per carry. Marvin scored 13 a second overtime. He was also a quite enough for the Baby Tornadoes, ,M.*"....l4.Mrk>1+1.._111I
touchdowns and 80 points. His stellar offensive center who BUS Tornado Kevin'' Reddish: in who fell to 2-6 with the (DBS. Reddish seconds to go when down 40-44 but .U. T..n I"''''
yardage total set a new Bradford High Head Coach David Hurse called "the white came off the bench shooting came off the bench to spell foul- consecutive shots by Reddish and The Bradford Junior varsity next;
School standard and was probablyaonxsanssnalswrrsrwwsisurNwltwrsl_ best in the state." Tuesday night against Palatka. plagued Phillip Sawyer and Sawyer wouldn't fallCenterCharles .plays Friday, Jan. S, at home against
-. ----------- The sophomore forward pumped In
-------------- responded by 22 points, 20 of MacclennyBaker at home before
t 22 points but Bradford still fell to the them in the last three quarters. Lee contributed traveling to"Sln-Augustlne:
visitors 40-44. Reddish's hqt hand pulled Bradford eight points and eight rebounds for the Jan. 6. ..1.,,. I. SaturdafjJ:
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Here's hoping that your Christmas as well as your 1978 was as good as mine. I .; .. "
As this is the final Installment of my notes from the bench of 1978 I think it : 'Bradford Count
appropriate to pass out The Official 1978 Benchwarmer Awards. Rememberingthat
I wasn't the area for the first half of the year I'll hope along with you thatI II III
don't leave a deserving person off the list.: ,
Bradford Athlete of the Year: Starting right at the top I give you the Bradford
athlete who had the most outstanding performance In sports in 1978.
He Is Milton Baker the world class high Jumper who blossomed in this sport
after leaving Bradford High to Santa Fe Community College. In 1978 Milton won The Following Forms Have Been Sent Out From Your I
eight of nine meets and rated national headlines when he Won the National I :
Sports Festival high Jump title at Colorado with a 7 foot-five inch leap that beat
I number one rated American Franklin Jacobs. Baker also won both the indoor Property Appraisers Office. If You Receive These Forms S
and,outdoor junior college Jumping titles,was a member of the city men's flag Be ;
football league champs (Kitchen' Tile), and a terror at pickup. basketball g :BB
games in town. Sure To Return Them The Dates Noted Below. If HaveY
By You I
Starke had one other national champion who rated high on the list of con- B
tenders. He Is Sheldon Hodge,a 1974 BHS grad who was a starting defensive end :||
for the Florida A&M football team that won both the Division I-AA national title "
and the Black national championship. Other contenders for the athlete of the | Not Received Your Forms As In The Past Years Please : in
year award were Richie Fender Marvin Tyson Cindy Griffith, Ken Carlton ,
Henry Pete, Wendell Shanks Kenny Davis,Janice Jock el. Bill Rattlif, Charlie >,
Green Scott Allen, Wayne Berry Lawrence Patrick Betty Hudson, Donnie | Contact This Office As Soon As Possible. ; !
SeweU Larry Brown; Joey Herres.Bradford . ., ,. [ITg.I
Team of the Year: The Starke Senior Boys Softball team that first Og ,
won Florida's 18 and under state championship and then finished tenth at the I :
national tourney in Wisconsin This, was a team that surpassed all expectations : I
but their own. .
> To win the award the Senior Boys were picked over Bradford High's weightlifting r '

," I, regional team contestant, a state In runnerup,men's Softball., and the.Green Machine, a state runnerup and I HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION '! March 1 1979; :V;f

Other contenders were Tornado volleyball team, BHS' football .. ... .
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''I squad, Kitchen's Tile r the'DOqllnl..!, last season's. Tornado basketball team, AGRICULTURE EXEMPTION : March 1', 1979 ;

and McDonald's.Achleveslento. 1B . .
(the Year In sports: Again give this one to Milton Baker for his ftT '
win at the sports festival "mlni-olymplcs/' Special mention goes to Richie B WIDOWS EXEMPTIONS : :: March 1 1979.E. '
Fender's punt pass .and. kick accomplishments and the Senior Boys' tournament .

)Moot play.Valuable' Person- to sports In Bradford: A three way award to Kelvin 1 DISABILITY I EXEMPTION ;' March 1 1979 Y j .

Cruger, the vgythtngathepc[ ) manager at BUSS,Starke Recreation Direc- 1 : :

'tMMCliyJb Paterson Elementary P.E/:coach-: -handy man.! .Buddy 1 RELIGIOUS & FRATERNAL EXEMPTION March ,>? 1979Aprin I

Most Valuable Group to sports In Bradford Lawtey Unlimited, the LWCI
prison! group, that t donated its time I and anything else they could: .give. to .area TANGIBLE '
I 1r PERSONAL 1979
sports., ;. 'I
.- Nice Guy'W sports: Toughest one to pick. I'll call it a tie between WarneyAdklnson '. ,
Kerry FIsher Emmett Watkins, Chub and Chuck Johnson Marty -
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Chastaln.Richard football team.r.mlth.Dale, Rogers..Well, let's Just Include the whole. BUS / : : 'I I

Nice Gal la sports: Inrt! Harvey. Melba Howard,'and Dawn at the recreation
department office (in no particular order). 1 ThE Dates Noted Above Are The Dead Points Aren't Enough !As
J Future Headline winners: Kenny Davis. Richie Fender, Joey HerreS, Kerry

Fisher Gave.jno Scott the.Allen.Best Quotes Andrew: Bob Carter.Hancock' ,'WarneyAdklnson.E.OIesi 1 Forms So File On Time To Avoid Penalties. If We Can JI

| p... to work with: David Hurse, Buddy Paterson, people at the Help :
Telegraph,", people,who Just won their first game. .
Worst Peopto lo work with i Everybody on Monday'mornings.l !j. I You In This OrAny Other Matter Please Call This Office :1.|
cte. of the Year: Al Chapman, (I still haven't figured him out), and ,
.Kelvin,Cruger (has he told you about the UFO yet?) :
: pound..pound: Scott Hudson,Randy Parado. 1 lAt 964-6348 Or Come In At Anytime.r)

EUAthletO bounce, to the ounce: Gainesville Eastside .majorettes.. '. ', .,
. ( and seventh from the left), .,\ .' ,
r f Monkey,os the Back Award: Goes to Macclenny-Baker County's football 1 ,t '.;. '.\. ... VII I
! Uam and lta, Tornado curse. .'. .- \ '., .
j I Hop they do well because they work.dam hard A..rd'To: John Bennett, Ic t. Alvarez ,

1 John 110 percent David:Francis. ; Richie' Fender' Scott Allen,.Cindy. 'Griffith rx They an- give I_ ,:,:. 'J<.. xtj':t4 -, / Jirnrny '' ; ''' :;i .

,.. :;.it Record. of th Year: Kitchen's Tile's 9-0 mark: In Starke flag football. .4- :

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f, f. Well,.that's it folks,'the-1978 Benchwarmer Awards; .' I'I. .'-: ,.. ;

the W congratulations floe ports people in to a the county outstanding. that's loaded people with and athletes them..It on was this fun list to and watch all : : !, ',v. PP.,,, f ,t -.; :' .:' ), ) ;' i."i _' I

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August Land'Sales Near $1 Million I: ..' .... :f? : '

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August Land Sale 4n Bradford Lillian W. Bishop to Lorine James Green & wife to Rosa Mae : Wanda Griffis to Leo Grtffls, 1 acre .r', :>. V,, '.:r. ti7"'1 I i
County took a slight Jump over July Williams, a parcel of land In 322. T6S Jones and Dewayne $5Iw.tA' In S10T7S R22E. $100.Leo ; (. -; .rs. ,
and remained near the $1 million R22E, $100. McBride, lot 1 of block 8 of Livingston,, Griffis to tSrIIUne Stotter 1 .'"f.'. '
mark for the fourth consecutive Russell H. Green, Jr. fc wife to Carl Truby ft Company's subdivision of acre In SlO, T7S, R22E. $100. t., ., -.. ; ;
month at $098.993! W. Foster, 8.5 acres of land in SZ7, SIB, TUB. R22E $100. Oiical Dell & wife to Johnny ,. "'1]'',L'. if V t ')
July's sales reached $029,216 after T6S, R20E, $15 000. Irene Green to Rosa Mae Jones a Jackson, lot 1 of block 35, in S28, T6S, ,... '
two straight months over$1 million in William N. rkodh wife to Robert parcel of land In 821. T6S RttE, $100. R22E, $6,000. ,-
sales.. Prices of transactions are M. Adams ft wife parcel of land in Lawrence T. Oglesby It wife to .'.. .; ,
figured from documentary tax 527, TBS, R22E, $13,500. Town and Country Homes. Inc. to David E. Pfennlnger & wife 4.96 L try ,
stamps affixed to deeds filed in the Leo Darold ft wife to Vivian Andrew J, finley & wife, lot 3lof acres of land In S34 TBS. R22E, $100. o r ,
office of the county clerk. Crawford, 3.5 acres of land in S28. Semlnold Ridge unit 5In S12, T9S; Stanley W. Davis to Robert W. Day M, ,
& wife, lots 11 and of -
T5S. R22E, $100. R22E $39,000. 12, Lakevlew .
Largest transaction for the month Leo DeSue. Jr. & wife to Emelen subdivision $18.433. ; : 1 !r' r )
August was the sale of a vacant 100- Vivian Crawford to Randall T. DeSue, a parcel of land in S18. T6S Michael R.Cox to Lymon Mitchell & 0 'i.i+, ,,, 'ti i M l I
acre tract by Pandurang M. Kamath Crawford & wife, 3.5 acres of land in R22E. $100.Allthony I wife, lot 55 of Parkwood, $23.100. e > N .' ,
and wife to Robert E. Mtnotte and 528 T5S. R22E, $3,500. R. Hayes ft wife to James Lynn D. Hamilton to Donald R.' b 'e 'j L3 ., t '_t ,
wife for 100000. The acreage Is Donald II. Adams & wife to GeorgeS. W. Testone & wife, 3 acres of land. in Steffic& wife,a parcel of land In lot e \. ,
located north of the intersection of Brown ft Robert Edward Datum S21, T5S. R22E $100. in block 2 of Bradford Heights, a
State Road 223 and SRie west in Sec.: lot 25 of Indian Beach subdivision, G: Marie Melton to L. Otim Melton $33,000. (
24, T5S.! R21K. $15,133. ft w ife. lot 5, of block 33 in J. M. Johns Geneva Lake Estates Inc. to Ridge 4
Leland A. Brown ft wife to William addition to the town of Starke $3,000. A. Kraus & wife, a parcel of land in 'S c'! :o a :
ugene..Shaw to JoAnn, Gregg Barkett ft wife,lot 6 on Sampson Lake government 2, of S36. TBS, R22E.; ir. .
lot 7, block I, of the Woodssubdivision Shores, in 527, TBS, R2IE 8500. Ethel C. Dyal to Roy B. McDavld. 63533. :
$0,500.Christopher Edward Saxon to Everett, Arbutus, Jr. & wife, 5 acres of land in S26, T7, L. Dean Camels wife to Clinton _t 'r '-r ,. r
White to William Kent Mary, Helen, David, and Barbara R20E, $100.Gerald .. Benjamin Griffis & wife a portion of StTJ -L r
Boe & wife, lot 21 in S12, T9S, R22E, Pearsall, parcel I16 '/t acres of land Griffis Construction Inc. to lots 60 and 61 of Woodlawn subdivision .' a ; i
$: $.COO. in 520, T7S R22E, and parcel II 8 Timothy} D. Crews ft wife, lot 1, of Of 531. T5S, R22E $3,533.: .. .- --! = J
Pandurang M. Kamath 8c wife to acres, lots 1 and 2 of S20, T7S, R22E, Parkwood subdivision, $3,533. a ....: t .
Hobert E. Menotte & wife, a parcel of $25,000. Ethel D. Reddish to Robert E." J'c.. c .. 'If
land In S24. T5S, R21E, 100000. Louise Lyons to Ronald C. I Ivey ft Trautwein. 3.709 acres in S23: T5St, .
Harry Planert Faulkner & wife to wife, 5.467 acres of land in S23, T6S, :R22E $50.000) ...:. '.j .,. /:. ,j.
Marry Planert Faulkner, Jr., 3.62 R22E $15,000.Affordable .0Y'1' ; --;.. .-
acres of land in S28, T5S R21E, $100. Homes of Florida Inc. \ "",
to david A. Thigpen ft wife, lot 26, of ..}, '. 1'j .' ,
Myrtle H. "
McKinney to Warren
Crystal Lake Homesites. $42,200. ,
Winkler "
; & wife lots 1.2,3,4,5,8, of Tillman R. Braddock ft wife to \ .
block 1 In The
White Acres Maxie D. Reddish, lot 50 of S17, T5S, '" '
subdivision, $4,500. R22E. $7,000.James ':C
Clara F. Colson & husband to ClydeW. l"t.. ". ." 1-' : ; .
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Simpson, a parcel of land In S28, L. Patterson & wife to Jesse : .. -J 'ip4ar9" ;"' 1-;': : y .y Iw I Io
T6S R22E, $28,000. Willard Malory Jr. &wife, of r.
a parcel ,. .. 'L 'i'. :Ll c' 'JJ'' LsV' ..
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land in 53. TBS R22E. $29.000.W. .
Percy Rosenbloom, Jr. to EdwardW H. Edwards.IlI.to Pali! Norman ,,, ,'<1 ..I' '' ''. ? ," 1l': ,&, ..
,Green& wife, lot 6 and 7 of block 3 & wife, a parcel of land in S26; T5S i.f
In, S28, T6S. R22E, $40,166. R22E, $1,4(10.Alvin < ,'" ,
W. Ros Covey to Scott Motley & Pledger Johns ft wife to ,'.' '
wife, lot 8 of Hampton Oaks William B. Woods & wife, a parcel of t. '10'I" :

subdivision, $3,100. land containing 2.9 acres in 529, T7S, ., '1 ., .
S. R. Hicks & wife to Sanford Glenn 1U2E, $6,300.Jarrell ..... .. ,
Hicks & wife, a parcel of land in S34, (). Gay to Muriel C. Gay a ,' .. :
TGS, R22E $100. parcel of land In S27, T6S, R22E. Lewis C. Junaita Carnely,:,'\,.' .. .
Freda Meng to E. M. Lewis a $20.000. Medlia lots 52 and 53: of Sampson. r N I
parcel of land in S16. T7S, K22E, It. T. Hadley & wife to Bernard H.Musleh lake Shores unit n, $100. ey e l 2L.I' ,
Alvarez to D. S. Alvarez & : :j'
5666. & wife lot 35 of Geneva Lake Jimmy) I. "
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Paul II. Faulkner & wife to Jesse J. Estates: $5.BW.( wife a parcel of land 40 ft by 434 .In (, 7'l .,. ,; .""...,..j '" ';; .1
Wolbert,Jr. &wife a parcel of land In l Kloyd Norman) wife to Darlene B. S2H, T5S. R2IE, $100. I .' ,'...... ', 1
S28. T Myrtle II. McKinney to Warren W. $11X1.' of lot 7, block 1. of Santa Fe F. R. Friese & wife to Barbara ,,! 100. Friese Mitln, a parcel of land in S18, ,1 ;.' ..*.." .'.
Winkler, lot 4 of block 2 in The White Kirby Shi Smith & wife to Robert ores .
Acres subdivision. 4.300. llolden Smith& wife, lot 17. block I.I of Tottie Ellis to E. D. Hall ft wife lot T7S. R22E. $100. l...:, /I
Crosby Lake Shore. $18.01111.< 22. Mock.. 2 of Santa Fe Shores $100. Eloise Crawford Jackson husbandto .'
Pauline Conerly to Ronald Bruce i I': M. Lewis to Mark It. Atlkinn. a Dewitt Crews & wife to PaulE Lee Larry L. Crawford ft wife; & 4 V ,.. 4'' rr
Vickers & wife, lot 24: of Conerly parcel of land in S2.:! TITS K22E.S.VIKXI. & wife, 2 acres of land In S17, TBS, Leanard R.Dugger ft wife, a parcel of J ,,".:" T
Estates. js.ooo. ; ( H22E 3100. land In SS. T6S. R22E 14800. ,\ !/. V: lc 'i. '
George W.Stansell & wife to Robert t r
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L. Sapp ft wife, I acre of land In 520, j, V I."': ",, :: ; :
TlOS. R26E 5000. William B. Woods & wife to Jerr> /4" .;4 "' 't' :
Robert Muir ft wife to Matthew E. W. Woods & wife a parcel of land in ,_ S

Potty & wife, lots 1 and 2 of SIR. T2S. R26E. $100. ,, .
-ifflz&LIiI1aIfLLwIfl'1! ; ; Whispering Pines Estate,unit 1 of S33. Lizzie Mae Hankerson Lizzie Mae"liankerson / 'stra ".+ ala 1" :" ; t..'

T5S. 1121 E, 27100. & husband. lots 5:I and 8 of .-
.Thomas D. Newman to Jackson W. block 13 in subdivision known as '. ', t 1-UTUM CO
Bailey &wife, lot 6 and 7 of S2B TBS "North Reno"; $100. : '
K21E. $10,000.Harmon Gilbert Goldwlre, Tillman R. Evelyn: Bernice Tyler to'lxovWTyler
O1 P. Morgan ft wife to Joe Braddock ft wife lot 2 In block 3 of It wife, lot :t:i, of SSI.: n".It.N1 '.

When can save to & McGee & wife, lots 12. 13, 14 of block Green Acres'subdivision $).000. .I.-
you up :36 in peek's addition to Starke, IVuvkl Tyler: & wife to Vern N. It
$20.000. Jack ,M. Courtney to Robert L.. tufolIeUe.lolJl:19.: l, .11. U. 55.36.57.!
V h Denise A. M. Gravel husband to Feldman, lot :34 of Lake Hampton- and Ml: of Woodlawn. in SXJ. T...;.
i instead Edward F. Cole ft wife, lot 23 in S5.T7S. Oaks in S25. T7S.1121EJWV4; :' :SJ.: R22E.:!: IHtI acres) IK.WN
u Ing gas R22E, 45000. '. Mary I). Brown to John W. Dutat J )
Charles E. Williams wife to Ralph Albert tl. Williams wife to Ronald wife tt pureel land In ST.T7S. lt:2K.: _
P L. Gilpin ft wife, lot 8, block 1 ThHPinehaven "* cr: Williams ft wife 1,4325 acres; In $Ii1I.IIIMI.; ( i,...'.:.
r subdivision. 14000. 8:14.: .T6S. R22E. $100. 1.100'd (L KdwurdK to lawlc M. ,.+ 1't-
\ of electricityheat | Walter Williams & Sons. Inc. to Mary Ellen Johnson to Gertrude Stanley& wife,a purcel of land in S2 i.TKS i.
/ Junior D. Lynch & wife tracts 16 and terrain Curtner. 10.5 acres of land In IUJtI.: .! IO.r .

r / 17 of Strawberry Acres, 15000.: 522.7681" 1121K. $100.

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CTRO ; Dolores Meng been hospitalized at the Shriners New ,- Hln4eiils !

Phone 468-lf'S Hospital there. They found Lori to be
," v New students welcomed at the
\ C happy and feeling fine, enjoying the
Senior CItizen company of friends 'there. On school on Tuesday were Laurie Ann
Saturday Lori was discharged from Whitehead in the 4th grade-and her .

r .'. The Hampton Senior Citizens Clubplans the hospital and .is spending some brother, Daren Whitehead a sin
the first meeting of 1979 on time visiting relatives around grader, who previously attended
1" w Friday, January 5, at 2 p.m. in the Charlotte before returning home. schools in Starke. ,
his friends In
Eddie Uoyd rejoined
City Hail.Bookmobile .
r"-A f 7 r.i. Happy Birthday. the 4th grade.
Ati Tom Cunningham came back from

t Joseph Meng celebrated his 19tli Jacksonville to be with the 2nd, grade
tr .B i The Bradford County Bookmobile birthday on January 1, 1079. class. 1
r makes regular stops at the Hampton simultaneously with a New Years Eve LUNCH MENU J n>/IX.MOMMY.
CENTRAL HEAT KUIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIwamiumiuini, .Post Office each Tuesday between party held at his home. JanB
COMPLETELYINSTALLEDS! 12:30: and 2:30.: ,. Happy Birthday also to Connie Chili w beans, cheese toast? greek
i I jiimiiiiHlimgiks.MiiSssfes) Clark who celebrated on Jan. 2. salad fruit cup, cookie, milk.
ti HERE'S WHAT YOU SET! / Travelers Margaret Wadsworth was also a '
10.000 ITU GAS FURNACE New Years baby and celebrated with 'TUESDAY Jan 9 <:

$9 9 000 THERMOSTAT CONTROLS Among holiday travelers'were Mr. family and friends. They dined at Hot dog on bun. baked beans, coleslaw '
r SIX AIR SUPPLY DUCTS. and Mrs Harold Waters Sr. and Mr. Gainesville's Lobster House. pear halt milk. .
ONE RETURN AIR DUCT 'and Mrs. Paul Meng. They were Tommy Laverne Jones celebrated -
PLUS ANY HFCf SMIY ALL LABOR MATERIALS .driven on Tuesday by Harold Waters .his birthday on Jan. 3. WEDNESDAY. J... IS .
InternationalAirport .Tuna salad carrot stick, bread
.ELECTRICAL Jr. to the Tampa
A New stick soccatash. cherry' cobbler.
CONDITIONING. where they boarded a plane Beginning
and landed In Denver, Colorado. They milk. "
'1 ..returned, home Saturday to sunny Students returned to school THURSDAY., J.... .II >
,,Florida after encountering 13 degree Tuesday after two weeks of rest and
/k. Ii. temperatures In Denver. Paul and relaxation. Many of them were Barbequed!>> chicken green?
t Ruth visited their cousins, Otto Meng wearing bright new clothing receivedfor mashed, potatoes/, peaches )peal.'I'I'
,and Lucy Weycamp In Garden City, Christmas. They were busy telling milk. ? '*, 7 I
The Last Word In Comfort Ii i.Colorado, enroute home. about their holiday. experiences and .
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng visited trying to live up to their New Years FRIDAY Jan., I it
Mr. and Mrs. Don Wiggins near New resolutions. Bulletin boards were
'. >Smyrna Beach on Tuesday. TheY quickly changed from Christmas Meat sauce spaghetti., cheese
t A mmmf F : toured Cape Canaveral on scenes to winter themes In keeping stick, i green beans apple crisp'
Wednesday. After visiting Peter with the season. French bread.milk.

Plies hinger, a former Hampton ..
resident, at West Palm Beach, they '
CENTRAL WALL FURNACE. drove to V Tampa where they were > Ne- >i BROOKERBy IN BRIEF ea ar
.overnight guests of Mrs. May Rusha,
also a former Hampton resident e Prescott
65,000 BTU's After visiting relatives. Mr.and Mrs:
John, ;Manker and son. Phil. they. SEW ARRIVAL recent visit with their brother and
returned home to enjoy a nice, sunny sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
weekend. Mr; and Mrs. Arthur Quicksall. of Wetherington. and their mother, who
HealsUpTo !Meng captured two Breaker announce the birth or.-a recuperating from head. attack i
Tommy .
l Ip rattlesnake while working at his daughter Meredith Elizabeth on her home in Vero Beach:
Ftt'V home last week. He and his friends December 13. in Shands Teaching )Irs.Zulena Harrtll wishes to thank
Rooms : V ;,4 'enjoyed them In a cookout along with Hospital. Gainesville. her friends and neighbors for their
some squirrels stored in the freezer. Paternal.randparents are Mr and visits and prayers while she was In
vi Mrs. Art and maternal North Florida Regional
Mn. Genevieve Rogers and 'son. Quicksall, Hospital
Alan. spent the Christmas holidays In grandparents are Mr: and Mrs.. Dick recently. She Is home now and has
New York and New Jersey with her Tetstone, ell of Ilrooker11ATURFCHR13TEA.A; enjoyed visits from :Mr. ants Mrs. VJt.
: $36995 husband and family'. Alan is In Mrs. Rboden. of the New iti er Section,
Denmark's class at Hampton and the Harrells' son Henry, and his
daughter)llehcn .of KI"plell..k.. .
,-- PLUS INSTALLATION Elementary.Wilfred E. Bennett and Mrs. Frelda The Stature Christian' Club held The Henry Harrefht win be moving
K. Bennett of North Castor Ohio their monthly meeting at I p.m.' soon into their.new' ,home. on.301 south
1 drove down to' spend the Christmas December 21 in the recreation room of in Stark*
1t A4TjIELth holidays with their daughter Kathy the Brooker Baptist Church; when
t -2r. Fenton and son-in-law David Fentonon theywere luncheon guests of theW5lV Mr. and, Mr*. Paul Present and
k Hampton Lake. To hit off their ,and ?>A members Johnny, accompanied, by their
tr' arrival the Fentons had their friendsIn They exchanged gifts mid the GA's erandson Russell Thornton.II. spent
for a Mexican children's Christmas presented.a Christmas program.: the New Years' weekend with their
party There was a bash of pinadas About. members attended, mother Mrs. !Nellie: V' Pringto. and
( Appliance Center and gifts around the fireplace for thechUdren' sister, Emma; and Sir/. and Mrs,
enjoyment The Bennetts Elton Watson and family., also, :Mr.
PERSONALS and Mrs. Alton Nichols and family In ,.
they are going to travel to
". .' say ?
'- : > the Florida }Keys and be back after the Lahelind.'On their way honw fr...\1unland. \y\
New Years. .. Mr, and Mrs. Mel 'Vk: tert.t' of .tMPfto..ftIt.>y. ''.L'1I1Cit
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stone traveled to Gainesville accompanied by,their to visit their eousinH-;airs Kut.
'Greenville. S.C. over the"holidays to sisters, Mrs. Inet Green and; Mrs.t Williams, sad Mr i,awl! JMr V'' '*
visit their daughter. Lori who had Lucy Edwards of Brooker. enjoyed'a Bailer -: .. 1


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Psge14 TELEGRAPH Jan., Isle

Keys in Car Ignite Juvenile Theft Ring COMMUNITY NEWS .. --- --. -

by Elizabeth tI. Walker PLEASANT GROVE UNITED the message. Bible Band Tuesday 7
recovered it partially stripped in the by Alma Norman and parked" font PhOlle tM-e&a CHURCH: Tuesday of each week the p.m., Friday 7:30: Prayer and Pasta
If you go Into a store, take your same wooded area off of Edwards Kd. of Badcock's Furniture. Young Adult Choir rehearses ral Teaching.
keys! The 17-year-old had weed the.iamemethod DELL, CHAPTER 1M O.E.S. The 8 p.m. EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH:
The warning Is as old as parking The Investigation was still in progress of operation earlier wn n he monthly meeting of Dell Chapter 16B Wednesday of each Prayer Meeting, Bible Study each: Tuesday 7:30 p.m.,
Iota, but never baa it been so when a third vehicle was stolen stole a car In Duval County and iprove will be held Thursday, ,January lit 8 Thursday School Prayer Meeting 8 p.m., Prayer Meeting Thursday 6:30 Sunday
appropriate in Starke, after two Dec. 21, this time a 1969 pickup driven it to Georgia before being arrested. p.m. All members are asked to be Service Sunday :3 10 a.m., Communion School: 10 a.m., Morning Worship
pickup trucks and one ear all with present and make the new year start NEW p.m.BETHEL BAPTIST 11 a.m., Evening Worship 6 p.m.
keys in the ignition,were stolen; withinan successfully. CALVARY MISSIONARY
11-day span that resulted In the Youths To Work Live In Ocala ForestThe School bells rang for the new school CHURCH each: Prayer Meeting and bible BAPTIST CHURCH: Btble Study 6
Study 7:30.
Wednesday : Sunday
arrest of four juvenile term In 79. All schools In Bradford School p.m.. Church services are held eachfirst

On Dec 22, according to Starke Young Adult Conservation and be referred to toe YACC by their County opened Tuesday Jan. 2, after a FIRST only BORN Sunday.CHURCH OF TUB and third Sunday 7 p.m.
police Investigators. Lawtcv police local State two weeks vacation. FREE WILL
Employment Office. BETHLEHEM
Corps (YACC) has Immediate LIVING GOD: Prayer Service each
chief M.M. Jordan apprehended the Enrollees CHURCH Each Tuesday
earn federal minimum BAPTIST :
Starke 17 and 16. a openings for young people to work a no CHURCH ACTIVITIES Tuesday 7:45 p.m., Tarrying Service will
two juveniles on wage and may participate in the each Friday 7:45 7:30 Prayer Meeting, All Circles
live in Florida's Ocala National Sunday School
Georgia highway driving the most for MT. PISGAII A.M.C. CHURCH Lee's Circle
Forest program a maximum of 12 : 10:30: Home Mission 11:30 ''a.m., meet 7:30 Wednesday.
recently stolen pickup. months Enrollees are required to live Sunday School 10 a.m., 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6:00. will meet Jenle Harding. McKay's
Jordan, who was vacationing at the National Forests in Florida at camp and a minimum room and Communion Service, Choral rehearsal GREATER ALLEN: CHAPEL Circle will meet Mrs. VictoriaMcCrary's.
time, followed the two. boys to Albany. Supervisor Don Percival said board charge will be deducted from Sunday 7:30: p.m. A.M.E CHURCH Thursday 7:30: Story Hourat
Ga., where he contacted police and applicants from Alabama, Georgia, their checks. MT. MORIAII UNITED feast Service : Friday 7:30: Love- the church. Friday 6:30: Junior
had the juveniles held in custody until South Carolina and Florida are being Enrollee work projects may Include METHODIST CHURCH: Choir No. 1 be sold from Saturday the kitchen.dinners will Usher Board rehearsal. Friday Ely's

the boys' parents arrived and brought sought for approximately 50 tree nursery operations, recreation rehearses Wed. before the first Sunday School 10 a.m., Communion Service Sunday Circle will meet In the home of Mrs.
them back to Starke. remaining positions In Camp Ocala, rehabilitation and maintenance, road G p.m. In each month. Sunday BlodEva Risby. Sat. 5:30 the Little
Both juveniles were held briefly in the U.S. Forest Service's first maintenance, trail construction and School 9:30: Communion Service, 11 a.m.CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Church will rehearse. 6:30: Sat. Sunday
Alachua Juvenile Center before being residential YACC program in the maintenance, general sanitation and a.m. The United Methodist Women Sunday School 0:30 School teachers will meet. Sat.
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released to await trial on charges ot \southeast. litter erosion met Monday Morning Worship rehearsal. Sunday Is
Established by the Young cleanup, control, con p.m. 11:30, with Minister Taylor in charge. 7:30 Junior Choir
grand theft auto. struction activities FREE CANAAN TRUE CHURCH School 9:30
tree planting YPWW 5:30 with Sister pastoral day Sunday : ,
Arrests were made on two other 16- Employment Act of 1977, YACC Is land line survey and maintenance OF GOD IN UNITY: Prayer Band Fisher Ruby Mae Morning Worship 11 a.m., Holy

year old juveniles who served as look designated to give young people an and archeological surveys. each Monday 8 p.m., Tarrying Ser 6:30: with presiding.Minister Evening Cave will Worship deliver Communion in the 6 p.m. service.
outs. Starke investigators said the opportunity to learn new job skills and vice each Wed. 8 p.m., Regular Ser
youths watched the drivers when they put them to work in conservation vicesy/ each Friday 8 p.m., Sunday
got out of their vehicles, and the projects. It Is similar to the Civilian J. C. Greene Named School 10 a.m., Morning Worship II
driver did not put his hand in his Conservation Corps (CCC) of the a.m., Evening Worship 6:30.: LEGALSIN I
pocket, they ran up and stole the 1930's and will help relieve thenation's Forest SupervisorAt
vehicle. Investigation has revealedthat unemployment problem and
the four juveniles were Involvedin accomplish needed conservation County Building Permit
all three thefts. projects on public lands. Camp BlandingJohn THE CIRCUIT COURT TO WHOM IT MAY PUBLIC NOTICE

On Dec 10. the 1976 Oldsmobile This year-round program Is Show Decline in 1978 FOR BRADFORD CONCERN: CITY OF STARKE
driven by Alton Coleman of Starkewas administered by the U.S. Departmentof C. Greene of Kingsley Lake COUNTY, FLORIDA You will take notice that REZONING RE-
stolen from a convenience store Labor through an Interagency has been named State Forest Supervisor Building permits Issued by the PROBATE DIVISION In accordance with the QUESTED FOR TWO
at Orange St and Madison St., and the agreement with the Departments of for the Florida Military Depart county zoning office (not Including Case: No. 78-392-CP provisions of the Florida FOLLOWING
car was recovered IS minutes later ina Agriculture (Forest Servide) and ment at Camp Blanding, effective those issued by municipalities) File Number 1-2901 Statutes, Chapter 12 5.66. PARCEL. :
wooded area off of Edwards Rd. Interior. State agencies also sponsor Januarv 1.Greene dropped half a million dollars, from IN RE: ESTATE OF a public hearing will be Beginning One Hundred
Investigators said the youths, who YACC programs through federal $6.658.328 for 1977 to$6,102.984 in 1978 EDWARD M. TUCKER, held by the Oty Council Fifty-four ((154)) feet Westof
live near Edwards Rd.. told them they grants.To succeeds the late WilliamW. according to the annual report. Deceased of the Dry of Hampton the Southeast comer
had gotten tired of walking everywhere be eligible for YACC, a person Hood, who died last year. The 1978 total for the county Bradford County. Florida, of a twelve acre tract of
.* must be a United States citizen or included 157 sigle family dwellings, NOTICE OF on Thursday January 18, land in the Northeast

While investigation continued on the legal resident, unemployed, out of Employed as forester at Blanding( 204 mobile homes, 303 additions, etc., ADMINISTRATIONTOALL 1979 at 7:30: p.m., in the Quarter of the Southwest
first theft, a 1977 up driven by school, and between 16 and 23 years since 1955,Greene is a graduate of the and 26 commercial structures. PERSONS city Hal at Hampton, Quarter of Section
William Vaughn 11 rick stolen from old. Interested persons who meet the Forest Ranger School, Lake City, a Fees collected by the office totaled HAVING CLAIMS OR Florida, on an Ordinance Twenty-one CZH), Town
the T.G.&Y. parking lot, and officers eligibility requirements must apply unit of the University of Florida.. $16,636 for the 12-month period, and DEMANDS AGAINST promulgating the rates to ship Six ((61) South, flange
1,548 building Inspections were made. THE ABOVE ESTATE be charged for use of the Twenty-two ((22) East,

_'w _- --, .. ,.,,_.... ... AND ALL OTHER municipal waterworks conveyed by W.T. Weeksto
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1111"""' II'n"II";' 11f r IlllIiI PERSONS INTERESTEDIN system; outlining meansof Prince Goodwine,

THE ESTATE: enforcing payment for February 29, 1893. and
On sale Thursday YOU ARE HEREBY water service: promulga- recorded in Book S of
& SaturdayII NOTIFIED that the administration ting requirements for Deeds page 140 on
NEW rAJIEAGLE'1II' Friday of the estate connection to the municipal "- March 12, 1893, and run
LOW .. of EDWARD M. TUCKER waterworks system; ning thence North Two
deceased. File Number setting up mahtenanca Hundred Fifty 050))) feet,
PRICES! I 1-2901, Case No. 78392CP requirements: prohibiting thence West Two Hundred

Is pending in the free water service: and Sixty-five C65) feet,
Circuit Court for penalties for violation.All .
thence South Two Hundred -
Safe BRADFORD County interested parties fifty (250)( ) feet
_ Florida Probate Division, may appear and be heardat thence East Two Hundred
National Brand the address of which is the time and place Sixty-five ((265)) feet to
Bradford County Courthouse above specified. point of beginning beingin
Starke Florida. Dated this 2nd day of said NE / of SW % of
The personal representative January A.D., 1!V 9. Sec 21, Township 6 S.,
of the estate is CITY COUNCIL OF Range 22 East, in Brad-
James A. Tucker, whose THE CITY OF ford County Florida.
Names you know and products you trust. Save up to 42"SA address is 2004 Cedar HAMPTON FLORIDA The owner, James

brook Drive, Columbia, Cruger, 39V\ Davis Street
South Carolina 29210. By: Iris Hart, Oerk. Ttchg located batk of the Dairy
The name and address of 1/4. Queen Restaurant.

the personal representa- Rezone from RM-1 1 tofl-
:: t.A' tive's attorney are set .
.ra VI!'2.1"MEN'S forth below. public hearing will be

11r All persons having NOTICE OF 'held Thursday January
ORIGINAL claims or demands APPLICATIONFOR 25 1979, at 7:30: p.m. at
F LEVI'S DUNGAREES against the estate are the City Hall Stele, Flo

r; \ MONTHS FROM THE heard this time. *
QlG P P 11.74.. .I.!. :.. LANDJUSB PLAN.. _. ......
7UPENSIEN \ E; ;1', : l 'Cr. .Q lr, ,1n,
A' :nol 'OR'DtW't\I'CE\
( ....- EN NOTICE, to file with the
MOTOR OIL WERE J.3.:etf ZN pK clerk of the above court a amending the Comprehensive City of Starke Tv
beet MIHoa ,
written of Land Use Plan
+ l Popular _H-I""-" My* statement any Planning Zoning Board
In excluelvo lop weight claim or demand they Element and Map by Merrill Edwards, City
cotton denim, riveted and 4, 4bsI.ck.d may have. Each claim Bradford County, Florida, Clerk
et points of must be In writing and In accordance with the
City of Starke, Florida
ir + I4", train. lor long r. In
t men.M-42 1il quality must indicate the basis for local Government Comprehensive 1tchg 1/4
SAVE 23% SA VI' '.00 >:AYE17" { y the claim, the name end Planning Act
QUAKER STATE 10W30 79 LB. SIZE! HTH DRY 4-PK. LAUREL TISSUE! address of the creditor or of 195 as provided for in .
SUPER BLEND OILi QT$. CH!OAINE COSTS LESS IS BUDGET PRICED! his agent or attorney and Chapter 163 of the Florida
BAVINaBOHMEN'1 the amount claimed. If Statutes.TO I
WAS was
JKf 63 C = 64.88 peE 77 FAMOUS MAKER UNDERWEAR 2 PK the claim is not yet due.

Rich. lull bodied 100% pure 65% granular formula' keepa 4 rolle facial' quality bathroom KNIT REFA- the date when it will : All Citizens, Taxpayers -
Pennsylvania" oil. S.. .Blend.. pool weler. clean and eparklingl ..._ m a..l.paalele. 1.96 1.9 6 become due shall be and other interested The School Board of
/ ( stated. If the claim is contingent Persons. Bradford County, Starke,
.1. ai 1a OUR DISC.PRICE OUR DISC. PRICE or unliquidated Florida will hold a Public

I It1110 al T-SHIRTS SHORTS the nature of the uncer- You and each of You are Hearing on considerationof
w. 1.96. 2.96 tainty shall be stated. If hereby and herewith proposed School
1' 051)10 SEVIN' the claim is secured the given notice In accordance Board Rule 16113.7 hi
.' Garden security shall be with Florida Statutes regard to the Alternate
e Sllgnt kregs. of famous Maker underwear
Dust comfortable and durable. cotton knit a pkfavorites described. The claimant that the Board of School Program, January
shall deliver sufficient County Commissioners of 1S, 1979 at 7p.m.,in the
fashion copies of the claim to the Bradford County Florida, School Board Room of
clerk to enable the clerk to have designated the the County Administrative
mail one copy to each Bradford County Zoningand Offices 582. North

r SAVE ZOO \1. personal representative. Planning Board to Temple Avenue, Starke,
1.w All persons interested in conduct a public hearingat Florida.
F t + BIO SAVINGS ON of this
the estate to whom a a regular meeting heldat Copies Proposed

flcincvor111'i; : SVU/ANIA .. copy of this Notice of 7:30: p.m., in the Rule 16113.2 on the
15A88: Administration has been County Commission' Alternate School Program
be obtained
mailed are required meeting 'room Bradford may
RACKETS-PK.SALLS A8 VEt% VALUE PLUS! ." ,WERE Saf WITHIN THREE County Courthouse from the Superin
PRICED FOR WINNERS! SVLVANIA MAGICUBES, ORTHO SEVIN DUST, Chooee PVC eorduroy 1 / MONTHS FROM THE Starke Florida on Tuesday tendent's office on North

WAS24 1.97 LOW PRICED 3-PK. SUGKILLINGAROAINI'! denim ityle* 'lor Color am *ie.. DATE OF THE FIRST January 30, 1S19, and Temple Avenue Starke. ,
OUR 1 PUBLICATION OF THIS make a recommendationto Florida. ; \,
DISCOUNT WAS 1 4' 7 t., $1.00 OFF
PACE .H'f' PRice. / LONG SLEEVE! NOTICE to file any the Board of County

Cnooee MecOregor Bencroflracket. Pig ofl.: ..._ Ice 12 llaahea, Easy to .... In 1 tb canister', V- DRESS SHIRTS r,: Ill' objections they may have Commissioners and the This is in compliance
Scalding. Wagon balls work Hke magw everyiimel Oftho Chlordane Duel. Ib2 8S 1 I / FOR MENI \. that challenge the validityof Board will consider on with Florida Statutes.
I, the decedent's will, the Monday. Februarys, 1979 Chapter 73-301: as

buys for the home! WERE yK 3 94 "< ';' qualifications of the personal at the same said plow' at enacted by the 1974.Florida

1'-.... representative, or 10:00: a m. an Ordinance Legislature. i
Polymer/cotton blend Atal.aofcde
pyi ? f1Kwlk the venue or jurisdictionof relating to:
yt. (1 and prints. Men'i Me*. Thomas L. Casey/Jr.;/ ,
the court. Superintendent of
I .ALL CLAIMS I The rezoning of the following Schools. 121 28 2tchg
DEMANDS, AND OB described propertyand
h a JECTIONS NOT SO amending the Comprehensive -

7 R 10, L 4ewm FILED WILL BE FOR Land Use Plan
OVER BARRED to provide that lands currently
.Date of the first publication zoned At A and :
cTA of this Notice of designated by the plan as NOTICE .
,! T lit w r r 4 Administration: Rural Residential, be Dorothy Chambe"-.!has'
I ,. n : December 21, 1978. rezoned to BR3.1.1., and made application to>the
Kover James A. Tucker, As Personal designated Business, the Bradford County Zoning
t t VI'n" SAVE U12 _AY[2.00 r Representative of property of VIRGINIA E Board for classification
I SAVE! ON KWIK KOVER TIMELY SAVINGS ON CHECK EAGLE'S BIG the Estate of Edward M. LEE. described as follows: of the property described
I SELF-STICK VINYL G.E.ALARM CLOCK 0X90" BLANKET BUYI Tucker. Deceased. 4.IS acres located 8 miles below from R1 A to R1 C

WAS WAS [;j 3"' SAVl'u"r015" ""lOVABLE; ATTORNEY FOR PER South of Starke on the Four ((4)) acres located 9
3X.1 .L K 2 R 97 wags 8 8 j SWEATSHIRTS FOR MEN SAVE 21'% SONAL REPRESENTATIVE East side of Hwy 100 in miles South of Starke on

Sllcke to any "Smooth dry ..... ElectrIC clock ''Mgn. Our a 10O% acryWo with all nylon FAMOUS MAKER AND BOYS.SUPER BUYI : Section 13, Township 8 the West side of Hwy 100
lace. New deeignt. It'wide. dependable 1 yr.....ranly. binding. Prime and eoMde SHAPELY SAVINGS ON JJ. Wotoerr. Jr., P.O. South Range 22 East, in Section 13, Township 8
.fA".77" WERE .as FAMOUS BRAND SRASI Box 1088, Starke. Florida parcel 5664 to put property South Range 22 ..East,

YlCIIIS"0.WUUU4-C1 2.96 3.93 WERE7a93 Telephone: ((904)>' )' 'Q6V-' In business classifi parcel SB 55 to put property
eOUQNIIII UN.101. 6200. 12/21 4tchg 1/11. cation. in a residential
!' !! LIMIT 1:19 Tenturlnd nylon knit placket Long ....... a .a. Nned. Aeeoned Oooeo from Mveral ngura You are further given classification that does
: 2 collar Aaal.aoMda. S.M.LXL. eoNde. S to XL. a.14. nattering etyWe...3240.A-C.
+' NOTICE Of HEARINGON NOTICE that e copy of allow rnobile homes.,
wu18SeQ FAMOUS AN ORDINANCE said proposed ORDI- This change in clasaift
SAver 25" MAKER 1fr? .Yruuanwsne PROMULGATING THE NANCE Is available for cation Is subject tot public

/ t RATES TO BE CHARGEDFOR your' !Inspection ..the hearing to be held on
lit USE Of THE MUNI- office of the Director of Tuesday January' 30,
CIPAL WATERWORKS Zoning and Planning' 1979 at 7:30: ixm., in the
21wuaawer SYSTEM: OUTLINING Bradford County Courthouse County CommissionRoom
-.- tvnnvALvetRIBCOMO 1F r I MEANS Of ENFORCING Starke, Florida. In the Bradford

:. SAVtaa* YOUR CHOICQ BEDSPREADS, 6Vn".un_ _AYEr.00 __ PAYMENT FOR WATER Each and every Person County Courthouse. At
A TERRIFIC BUYI having any Interest whatever this time alt persons
I SHOESEAGLE'S in the enactment of Interested shall! be 'heard
WAS '970Femoue : .. = OUR should appear Paula specified In the
, I w I.OT'ION N.LE.10.9 PRICI. ,' WATERWORKS SYSTEM and be heaid at the time Zoning Code of Bradford

/ e. e eady..exiaMy d toraeneghm. .;to 9"0 n.-., .(yiet ea -Px
.Mire. a 10 end 10 ..
tIIyOIIlnbrlglllCd .; COUNTY COMMISSIO .Jerome..lohnl. M+smrm.

,.r, i V-" : if AM itv pis*:OUNT- sratte s 312 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, .FLORIDA 'SERVICE FOR: REE AND VIOLATION WATER PENALTIES I Clerk NERS.!VB. ,Itpd By December V4 Go S. Brown 27, 1978.Board Bradford Itpol/4R9., December County Zoning 27.

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H1HJUDtOAL$ COURT coot Apparent Owner best Interest and Bradford L 1 Bradford! C'':! "t1LW.nt Hd. --

Beeba L.T. .a .
CIRCUITOF:: FLORIDA } Box County. > -,-- 1, I ,'" I .. '_

BRADFORD IN AND COUNTY FOR) 109. Hampwii; Brown O.Rufusor ; .I0849465 I- request Aco and vofthebld sp.dRcstkns ;H M.( !.'rOR', 'A I -- .

0349-OBS2 Beatrice. Starke Fl.; I- can be obtained by contacting .. .o.R 1U3t''ti lfQk '$AU' Iii

CIVIL ACTION, ; Bryant. the office of the !

Tyrome or .... werfce, Clerk of Circuit Court at THREE BEDROOM I bath RKHTAHRANT: FOR RENT SARAH YAMAHA El.ECTIIeORUANLIk. CREALTY
.:Bsef*>. 70427.BARBARA Fl: MJ35O0039; Clifford, the Bradford County SpaeUh*, taaaad stsre yard CH hau.nnr A.. Rw_br.*. YUM .848M wr part-tina. car sad: ..... a.> 5151 r.
Carol M.. General. *. II 14 TF kjf. MUM .... RUTH Courthouse, Stark Arnnlac*. tare. cress tat. e" a aaiary. N. ......*.....t.C. !
NORMAN McCRACKEN DelIvery. Starka, Fl; I- Florida. Gilbert S. Brown Es, Sol 8ataV(4t.OM. Callfr THREiTROOM- ; .......taa plus. ..u.....- ..".... 1/4 Iuk. lilt

Plaintiff vt ROBERT 1990-0007; Orffls, CalDe, Clerk to the Board. 12; 28 appc '..-811II1 .r t<4- furvltkWIcklld. I, .Ml**. Pha. 475-2214 ..,. --'-- --- --- --- PHONE n ..7mJOJN i
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.rue..t! > Sf I FRUIT TILES: Pnki .
ALAN McCRACKEN. Rout 1. Box 346 2lchg I/ 4. MOO II 14 TP ah* ....L..tr... parIlag. 403 u_.. 471-2180 ...., I p... ..*'' Iii ....or.r..rtpr4 '03 TEMPLE

Defendant. Lawtey. Fl.; 103384C64; -------- N. W....&. Fta's Visa I, *296TFkhg aal, -- ... ..... 'AItICE FLORiDA t

NOTICE OF SUIT Hart Joseph D., IY OWNERi I BR. t bath 1643)$. is 14 rrKITCHlENETTES c,.. -.--------- A.|... If U 14" MM *..k.Cu t
NO PROPERTYTO Hampton Fl.; 1-0618- r----- \ rich ..... Oe Hwr 130, LADY WANTED .. ...1. .Hlu. .> ap ta k4. sad The UP place for getting DOWN to budneisl :I
| CU, ....... E..T(..*... *k.J. sad See for .
0019 Jones ... stile (rest ....luL I Ml ta sal ......... WIU us financing r
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: Robert Alan Starke Fl KO66-C293 (OvaeHina lor mtarfioniTuatdjy (33400. P..... ... far apat.Pbaa 1.4,.. .........t. ....., traIt lor ......r..I.. .. eatdaar fie..ri*](kku.IT.*.. .(*W4. ........,. ..
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McCrecken. coo Brian ; TV AC. .taiU. lMk.d.4. t..5I. mmr
Jordan Margaret A., noon preceding tB4-SS7S. ll/U TeUUr tamkilrwli' w..khr. wish. LI..I.. ac_... 8....M CVM Nr..r,.tj .!. As a financier, you might My old NOAH was :

Albright ing Co.. Atlanta Superior Truck Blending Rd.. Starke. Fla. (tton Thursday ttlor public. I I TF I.... ...t'l,. rates. T..pU I .182"..... II ...lratI. Pbaa. HE .5 r: Urh. eS H;JI-I: atPI.veWs. vastly underrated. After all IM floated hi* stock .
Georgia, tests 880 N. T..iU.: ". I te lie rkM. I4 while eli,
Information everyone wet being liquidated..
YOU ARE HEREBY concerning Minimum charge $3 00 | MOBILE HOMERs Why pay 8........ Lbs...' 114.7157. 2i.hg l/lt. I'

NOTIFIED that an action the amount or description (lCovnIIWord ) J **r7 Bey direct treat lilt 4tad 1 .. a L"IST4TE: SALES,' --- ---------- .

for DlMolutlon of of: the Property and the lee II word OU" 14 1 I Ii factory. Large ........a .. E.,., th. baaanta .. fall I SN FORD TRACTORi. G.*. OUR STOCK It'
; Lien. I. ....... ....
names and address of the i. IO I 24.14.12wldaa. TINY FURNISHED H .... *M Marriage has been <*nlt STARKE testates .. ...1". ead I '
filed N. sts er child .. ; ta .; buick. kI ... 1.4*.. .. ....... "
against you Robert Alan holder may be obtainedby |Not rttpantibl for1| HOME CENTER. US Bet 1139 ,assail. .. .... (64* tvwardiu aaraar I. rl I I brie ".... ...*. habit. lrUUrIak t I
McCracken and any person possessing hers "when givtn Narth.Opaa 11* daak, I t.f 8404. IS 14 TF ei.g.BEAUTIFULLY ."tot*. Caatar* 21 8.... >...._ bar slit .... tad f.t
required to serve you are an interest In the property hr., phont or when ou.1! Beads,. P.... (44-1741. ------ C... Prcpartta. ... K.,.- '1..... Otkr carla. Luxurious MH ) BR. CH.ndA *?. Euclid. 1j

of your written defense a copy by addressing an Inquiry it not lypd and breuqnti Ufe... FUR-!- .!... Halcbts, 473-4(03. 51.510..!. _-Ph..!....7Sl23. :.. llpdTHREE .. .2 beautiful hornet on Hampton Lake.

If to It. to GERALD A. LEWIS, -SIC in* aflicc IMISCELLANEOUS NI8BEO BR 11/I TVrhg.TEXAS CELTSi IM ,..... .. 101* Pratt redecorated 3BR IB carport. .
any on the ( t
plaintiffs ------ HOME with I.... psruatet.C
State Comptroller Abandoned .. sad .,.Tw. Vrkf.*.. Piirack .. Santa Fe lake lot 114,500. Owner financed. I
attorney. whose ......2 bath. with 12 SIres .n>.t, p>ML UU balk 5125 garb. ) i
Phss.7Sl133.llpdRELOADING .
name and addrata I II Property Section .. ..... Carpet, CH/A. -. _rHr 4.*,. Mor ,....REFINERY,.!.... COUP.aMn .. 403 Plnawood-iumptuous Interior
pit cah .
Thomes M. Ann Harry B. : Pbaaa 7824577. tights. priVats .Ipsrhla.g. EQUIPMENT Doublewlde MH on 1 1-1 A. Rd. 100. .
Dwell. P.O. ; Carson : 5/18 "/*... persi BMMM.. frtaa. btll, i. .. 1
II .
Box 1066. Starke, Florida, 1401 State Capitol Build- : .. -_-_- --.1.- 1..1 "r essplu. I., BMlar* .tedlirMaal. .. ...,.. pss.. I atagiSIlsed. Choice commercial on CaII-UpctdDWII' pet. 1f

32081 and file the original i.ig. Tallahassee FlorldII32J)4 ,,-".' .. ." .. HOUSE fOB SALK Twsbee. ........ ,...... s.r**... era*. *.(art..**.. ..prla**. walL *.wit..I.. p.4.....r..,.prta. ..>.*.r.... Near-complete wick 3 BR 1 1-2 B. out of City. ', \,

with the clerk of the : ((904) 487-2583. Be .. bs..si, tel ..... brgvIIUI .- N. .WW... er pt*. E.. writ AJ>. "..., Pr*.., T.... .ad ekakOHS.Pk...7s2-Saa7.lipd 42 1.2 A Inside city-owner financed.
above styled court on or sure to mention account NOW BOOKING BAHAMA kIWI... .. ....._. coltoet. kMVtlea. RlrM.I 2ltorte"r W.rihTvee.$11.... U *". rrt ..!. .!lie.. Lawtey 301-parl of motel 112.500. .,r. I
..... lbkl/4.
CRUISE far .. .... .**.lnoI. P. I044M5.TF ---------- ,
Jelv 0. ( Od..lt .. .... 1.... ...11
331 .
before January 22. 1979: number, name and add ---- MAY FOR SALEi, A. *.... Temple-store plus apt*. owner financed. Y.
: Mat b* k> bjr I... B. ..... .-., ......*. lib raal k.. ---------- | ,
otherwise a judgment lees as published in this W..-... _.... 20450. ...- ..-('(.. II.Stcbg I/It FULL CHARGE II 4* per....... ('.**....Rr Duplex Lake St. 811,500. owner financed. ,
SI ..
saM ...
be k.1.
may entered against notice. Unless proof of Ph... I... Fariftk,. 'M. .. KITCHENETTES sTd BOOKKEEPER. Ltakt .,,.*.. .'.. 7. IM psi. I/ls. Lot 301 N. 211' x N' owner financed. '
you for the relief ownership Is presented to 8281 *r. 4112.. 12.S Stcka- : ; ': : ........ rse.a. TV, AC. ..,." ...* aa.*..."*. udmmmmrtm 40A plus homo FHM 843,241. S percent money. I

demanded In the complaint the holder by March 3. IA. ililllGOOD t ::1' aukl .."..*, W eshIy ea. **, tar hard .......,. BEASJPY' SHOP'. G..4-lasslis.tr i ; Scenic 120 acre Farmstead 81150. .

or petition. 1979 the will bedelieel .......". &.....,.. ...I Sfi*? .......!.. ..*.. ss4V .,...... VIP, ..W ...*...... Modern large home and an acre
property I B) rr *..*....*...I I/.. apt. FHA or VA. I
ea.elIahI. II. ... .
hand I lv4 ,
my and LOANS BY PHONE H.. .... . .. ..... eeeie .r. ** H >liM raar 32
the seal I of said Court on for custody to _..... ... atbe ..... M4.l. a I/S ..iI.i I ---- ---- ------ December 11, 1978. the Comptroller of Flo .... d. ,15.000 s -p .. .p 'er PRICES PAID farid Nrtfc ef S...... .. US 301. TEX"S OIL COMPANY ...... raf lrl RMMkly.. r.l..J as Block of tlorevrisart of Starke-owner financed. r I
rida. Thereafter all further S or 5r5 SI I ..bl.. .. ... U 11/7 **alar parna lar akart ..... .*"'. Pk.. l I.r .*UU*. M... Barber Shop 301 N. owner financed.
Gilbert S. art- TVrIgPALMS I
Brown. As aqalty, !. jravr k... .......*.! ...,k.. ..CU: K. I.l f... a...*.. ..... 4'.- ,
Clerk of said Court. By: must be directed afUcaUaa ,.... by .bae.. fit" I* 3/4 paid er aiar.. naUawr. W* w.... Writ. 414. 8..4.r sad ....1.! ( Christmas home 1308 Pratt huge family room. 1
Beulah M. Moody. As to the Comptroller wm .... bar ..I.U.. .art- OLIN'S MOBILE HOME APARTMENTSiEtflcleacles. AJ>. DM1. ...... SaalhwMra >k..* Ju.. Ck. 4UJ4JU v 4 B R 2 B brick CHand furnished S A. ,

Deputy Clerk. Of Florida. GERALD A. ag.sse ......t. Wt&taai SALES ttU-6t1Ot. 0... T '.re....... 'Mro"'.. r...I W.r..b, T..... J.... a._ 47S4 121. 1/4 .317 N. Wa'knit.beautiful home plus 4 apt*.

12/14 4tchg 14.NOTICE LEWIS Tnrf Lkaaaad. Martcar I d.,.. waakly, d/e". '. Weakly er ...thly.. S3IJ N.TMple : : .. 'iJj'.L-_____ .717) W. Call, CB 2B I 8, Modern kitchen. ,
Br.!..,, a I. 11. .I B.. 40, r" :
COMPTROLLER OF A".., St.rk.TVrig. .. ffiffiKTWO 10 ACRES AP. .4 BR2 B, CH.ndA HaifA. Bettent. 830.000.
H.- 1P....
p WANTED ...1111. baata .
FLORIDA 409.1042. IS 14 TF .b I. PROXIMATELY. lead 40 acre plus homo plultr.ller. 155,000 ,

12/28 2tchg 1/4. .. .. '" '"' . OLIN'S axlaa. .ad tlrae.MOBILE Win pick HOME... -_- ----..---- .. .,. ., ._ "'.. .. .. i frwatlu Stole Rd. MO ted Lawtey tort plu living quarttr owner fin. I;
OF FURNISHED HUH t.. .bed WB..* R...l. Dbk. R.ddUk. Lake Geneva
NAMES OF '! SALES. M4-MM. 0,.. T .... k.... MrrtW *.**!.1.I .. ACRE Mabll baa* 4Z80 erI 1U-4I'07.. Estate 2 large lots IIS.OOO.
.: PERSONSAPPEARING ; r'jfUP''w"'N D\': i days e .**.. tI/chg. ,. Phsss .....4l f.1......,.. lat., NO DOW I 121 lte" I Home plus 1A in country. 814.000 own fin. '
-- .
TO BE NOTICEThe .. .. .. -'\ ..,. --- ----- PAYMENT te oaallUad. --- _- .11 1-2 A plus comfortable horns Brownie* Rd.

OWNERS OF Board of County -....- .. I TOP .CASH PRICE PAID THREE BEDROOM .."11. buys Ralpb Br,.. Issues. HAYt Einlbst. '.rd""' '' .4 lott-82500 oa. Laurel Baptist Church Rd. '.
FORt Cala. 8tarlta. Daetal .. CH/A. SwiH 64"751. II nlTr >. .. ..2
Commissioners of Brad- ** MCIM* Ie" l BMC .ta II.. 11.50 >*r lovely estates on Lake Geneva.
ABANDONEDPROPERlY APPLICATIONS NOW BEING Oald Rlaga Cr S.rs P will. I haM Rtal. .,r L.k*. .. .. P.... *S44>S1. 11/7 SA Hampton 812,000.
ford County. hereby gives TAKEN I., Ml ..4 ._-.... Jawalrjr ...1.. Optltal Antkbta. ease 3... I. 11'...... : TF lelle. .. .
Pursuant to Section 13 of notice of Intent to purchase eka aa4. ....._*.. Rlr *. F.... Watch Bask. ETCPkaaa ...<.. rk_* UM.... N. I'M. OAK FIREWOOD Will cat ,, ... Large apt. complex 314 N. Temple.
Chapter 717 Florida Statutes a signal generatorfor .**** r*...lr4. Mast a*.. J.R. B.II..... 'S48250. 1/4 T".... sal ....11. .hag ....p pick ? ? M. 534 W. Madison. House plus apt. (13,740.
entitled "Florida maintaining A.M., *.. aaaartoat*. Apply .. parMa 111*. TFc"'fISON --.----- .f. 835 far tall track, ...5 ANTIQUE STORE L_Ud Sampson Lake Canal MH 1 1.2 A.

.. Disposition of Unclaimed F.M., C.W., radio receivers .. at N.Tni Issfesr..t. Law-. ---- TWO APARTMENTSi Tw. I/S _... Pb... 8-Zfll4.. .. US 301. R*.df tee 7000' CB warehouse-owner financed.
paaaa .011. Itakg II.Don't .....,..... ..fs.ai.I.d.. IiStaib. .rtU| m...... mutt MIL 718 .
10/28 Laura
r.' Property Act", notice Is and tone equipment .. l...... T-Rw M_l. TF/ckf. .Tn. t. suit "' ,.,. Pk.e* completely renovated.
hereby given that the parsers between 100 H.A. and 1 : l-, less N. T*.r>*. Surt. 12(53g /4 -;' t0447S-84T3 *r write P.O. Trailer lot-WeWon St. owner financed.
I K.M.H.Z. \ lll.THREE FILL DIRT B.. Oceanfront 3 BR IB CHandA "5.000.
r. listed below appear I tsp .u I, 104), AUckee F|..

to be the owners of unclaimed The bids will be opened bea '. ,SERVICESHOUBECLCANINO. .. --WEDROOM---TRAILER--1' II.,......u... ... yard*. 3M15. II ns TF 1'1IIe. Three l-cre lots Country Club owner finance.

Monday Februarys. 1979 ... .. Martla, 4-52JO..
personal or Intan- se Grittl* *. Pk M4-M1 L 11/30 ,
gible property presumed at 10.30; '.m. The Boardof DONE ll,4 14.FURNISHED. TFIckg.CHAIN BOAT.40 IIP E....... i__. Lucille Conner Spry Associate M4M20Charles
ph.. t-MtO.. 1/4 ttpd IM. sad trailer *1M .
abandoned. THIS DOES County; heartbreaker ---------- | rlrlBriar
,of Bradford County has MOBILE HOME: LINK FENCE} *ld. by. aids. Star. drrri raft. Thomas Associate 473-244
NOT INVOLVE REAL ..SIGN PAINTING Fast ta.._...,.B,....< r..4, kin* ,....11... fr.. eitlaiata. ***.' I. rarpali; 4rpl S *C
ESTATE. the right to accept or ...-.., .."-vits,S.. Rady at kit, ....****..i* r**.. P.....'J4S08. I. Call .....1.. r...I WIN.: ..tl.. IS7I C.lar1st.
Account Number. H066-( ) reject any or all bids, Wattle Flaa Markat. FrIda,. ItM 1/4. C....., 473-4822. 11/30!1 Tra
whichever will be in the Sat. Saaday, M.....'. TF.ck .-. 7tad 111.LIMEaOCK.. UTM...''.fM.| sail s.sl.st.*(. Call tmmM.kAmmj ...-
-- (. NICELY FURNISHED .. t'luriluiHllCt'lIh WATERS
.. 11517 .her I NsadaynI.day. l(
1--------- bsdssa ... .. VUIIU. fw.
.!..... ,.."... .-..... rvlM .*..., aaa 8.1.. 8... I II.' 1a3 S. BULLDOZING
X! :.. 1 "ir ALCOHOLICS ANONY- ** drIveway.... ,....l**..lr I t AUa T.,.las. 1/4. Stark T.I. ". ...
MOUSi Pb aa 8844148. ar 10. E. W...... -- --- ..4458l. .U:... Surk. 1/4 TF/ck.. Mkdays ...., 0 p... ..ieaptias Bulldozer Work 11'
LAND FOR SALEi WANTED Lie..... Raal -----U-____ .......... 9/14 Large or Small

K..t... Halfhta. Nlaa Ealat S..r.... Gsa.II. TWO BEDROOM ....*, ,>ralr Urhg.IAHWTIAr..I1.. TW' ckr. ml ,.... La,.. lrMPrca.
erase aa 1 .. 10 acre *tract IBalhbrbd .... R..I.,. mow .... I. I SISTER JEAN PRAYER: adults. > a. pat"" Apply 40> N. ..4B ft.ai kai. .ta dty aaI *Land Fill
.. sew ha.*. '_.taw. Kajatoa. ..er I dairy far spirItual help .... Ck..rkiS.t.( .8l4v!' .. .)uk: ( ./.. .. LilliunC. Pen rsonI I I acr .Ia4.a .

S... 1.1. parailt ....1.. IraUta algvaL Call E..... K. ....... Spactal *...1.. holy. .art...... P... 884 REALTOR ---------- Pond
...?, ... ""! !r'rl..lIl.. R. a.JRCALXOR: at sHies ,rats ... ...u.C .",Ie.. ;. ;; ...i". iT.Atrlil' ; 1..to11. d/.... "4abdabss.iiV2. Its las

.....: Prt.4'1'41 ..It wlQ. <,T3-7878rofrt b..... 47J.J265 liii IW4MaftcCMv Bdrar-. I" m ,*4 i.l-1 ) ) .. 1J.lm VOTERSili1 I .
tra trees (200 daws ta (40 .... ....1... UIl8 ckrg. with..,'.."r cbapal ta..... t* v.......... 5fst.. EIII. t.."....* .'ATSON-8'$' HOUSE OF a rn .. iit'".IwwSr will ,q. .n -.418:
.., ...t. CaaaaarclalnaaUra evaryeaa.. Far say I.....- ...... .5 V"IOPiU 14 ...... VACUUMS Maaf breads ef .kM a .<.. wK. faa1 ..... .". ;
I' .. .. SR-21 .*.1...... \ANTED- ----PrJxl----.-..-..-...-I.-, atlea call 782-JS91. lipd ... *acaa*>*. Used 100 acre farm se .*"... ",..' NO .

Owar. 473-4371. U/cbf. '..*..11' I...... TitUs III 121 i :' : : :: .... ... eyeBall.. Part p roe'" appro 100 pceaatnaa W0v7tJSfl Ste*
ait...._B.lrtal 8..,..* --------------- tSj.: : ,t t. i cad .......rl.. far all pie..... .....r. sad 7*e:.-hi ban;aad lars .....

>,*|**' lar ...*.1' I I. Clay. Reduce If' overweight. GENERAL CARPENTRY ,,-, ,,, ..". .., I ........ *yUa>*. 404 NW'I eadbada. 130000. ---------
MORTGAGE C...,. PalMs laclada ,...- WORKi .. . .. .. ...' J 10th A..., Calaatvlll --_.--------- Phaar W14-T70O
MONEY AVAILABLEtFaataarvice. ..... ..rvl*. .....*..*........ YQIlIflQ I, ... .. PtlaUac. dear. fbM 378-7110.. S BR ....*-... ...... \ Pral.P.IM ..GEl ,
Becky Dyar, ."- ............bdiS pr.pa.a.sua wl IE FIG| +I7INfFo' !! ., paaallac alUratlaa 1(77 DODGE ASPEN ........ tf/chc. ..*.., A dry.r. Will .
... ..... *. ,...Ir.. ahaae C.. Rr.Rlt: ll I Ralph Bey an
2353. Llcaaaad .r'( (* l*>, < ajaatklr ba aa slier 1 .... *500 catdr trallar trad. .
br.it.r.shr1TFN tad ...*....., fiscal. ... pratraai *8844084.IOttAg ama .... up psyas.e. ..... SIGN PAINTING Feat a BrahtrMm
._... *rHaalla. With ."'10.1"4. aaa.Uy aarvk*.Sa ReAp st 113.000. : .. 1M4-547: Real E..ate
---------- .. .. .. SEWING MACHINES Wakta F... ..... ....
., .
HOUSE FOR canttas sWan'', CAR REPAIRS'Foreign ----------- .t. Friday, ----------- r..rl A"'
RENT, 2 IIR 11I1.1c...... '...alr* .... I. REPAIRED AH Bake* CANE --- SaU..... MesAs,. Tr..... Nat ....... ."' ...t te A.a. ..ll. M4-7719 2MSN.TaivlAv..
2 Bath faatlly r.... _lei wart Iraai _..*.... & e........ altad sad ...,....... isis MILL Tea rkr, $'.. ....... L.... with takaprlvli KtarkaFta.6447M .

..r..... la parch ....r.u ...... mr ..,,,..eI.,. ar .*...- DomesticAt s7. W.rk .... .. .....JaaiaaStrkktaad .(Valkiwaaaa......1tL>*'ad H\mtim Malltaa. ,- CHAIN: LINK FENCE S (...,.. LA..DallAaarlal .' '
.Ulk (275 ja. ... .
par aiaath. Call bat la wark aipariai akllltrla 15.
,aaraar af MarnaRaad .
Your Home I p.-, IIpd. 1/4. .atartal D* K yeanall sad ..... tat 813.400.
4p.3ZSS. |2/7 Uaebf taaiaiaakat* nmtty aa4 wark sad ... tl/.. .
......&....., wttt ....,. .< .11 Or Hwy aaa. INalallattaa avalUbl. ----------. lose, 400 ft.. prlax
kckfraai. r.l.t* pr.l4aallf **- Business FORD. ahT; : p.2t "r.. .. .*. H...,.... R..dsIsd. I BR 2 II.., .....r'.... 301 NertklAUiFfva

LOST, AND FOt"i: lIt "...n., I* .Hard .. Dlr. tr*. rorMinorTie-ups REMODELING BUILD. .... (4... ...... PS, '., AC: F.... C.., H4.e55t.> SIlO 1.... CH/A *. 10 acres, -- -. ---.-.- --
.. .
bus. .ltas. a* SLItS .. ING, ..d repairs us.hitch. T.. ... .ra... "M"1It ..... TF/ck .
Ctaf Caaatf Caaxll: Aalaf 5 I...... 9 vartatfea fraKtraca t. 50 acra. N.
.... Lk. M .tlfT .
I. ass15.1a ..., hath .. l42I 1-1. tin. ..._
.. ..... .11
I. lalat. Call 4TJ. !52S.I M t aala akll*< pai*** To Motor lidTral.minio. 51I47 Graq: plus. pacae. Al_ I af L.wt.y. |II "UcaUaa.lIA5I .
yaM. FlarMa Driver. Lisss.s.5aPar "5BrIck, ...... aaerat > De.W.. his sitasl p.a.i''. PATIO COVERS, lOiSO BR natal kMH (5.800 F'l/ K.'ERR111I1TV
uk, I4.
I raaaa else. tkaaaad. .. Work *. Fir.....* apactalata. (178 ........... LI.... .. -- --- --- -- -
-- -- --- .....* ..*.*... fl.. ......*.. Grlftla Caaatraetba. .... '- Ural sad IMMtLata 8r lilt).
FOR SAtF.l Y...... E.......) Start ..... .. *......... w...- 473-S108 4732578.BRADFolb i Sis MODEL: A .,.... C.up ipulp. GATOR ---- -------- -- m 23C. Raaacat Rd.
Ovg... I.Ik ..wassS. Fr ki( **4 ..._.... Nst7 .day lOO'oGuaranteed er SHe. ..... .Us1s "'r I ALUMINUM. 4820 N.W. POULTRY FARM t ---- -.-
I.....*.... ....... Mr.. O.P. prakatlaarf prla4 prier fllpplata 'TV/rig. plipd 1/4- 13th II., CalaaavOla.. P.... II r..re. I 5.45,5be. 1053 0.. ..
Wllr4. ...-.50.. 1 Wkf 14. ,, 'at k.* ..... ...... Worft '' 3724787.: in tll.... ..... .... 4qaartara. \ ..1. 2:1A: '. Temple : acr* allkaakapa.
t:.... Irtaf* ....*...* I.*.... SEPTIC l 7j MUSTANOi r...---- an. .. Ktarb*. ....... all Ml >artk
-------- "'. Call ... ....0..
HOI:"SrfrOB.: RENT 1 SB.I I/I kt kahk. ........* .......*. CALL TANK SERVICE .,..,... ..*.11... aaajlttaa.. ..... Pad n.....1.... _._-- ------ -
..(.. .>M pr ....... ........ (M.. r..... I* ..,.._.1 raaldaattal psapeas., 84B. Ia_.... #52.15.or .7S454. .1 Real Estate 10 acr.*. 115.000110 ...... RrakarMM4OS l0MSPRblsck.Prettf't.IfllZi .
.ta Stark*. .... ta ScwtkaM* 1'-.....*. Clar c:....* C...- DIXIE MECHANIC Caamantal. ..1 aveaatriaL I wIg l'4.UZUEI. tZSXNM. er 30 acres tapulpwaod --- .- -
........ ...., 0 .. ill.. A 1... W 5 W.la.l 'Rlrt }
luk Call. C.r*** (,_* 8,...... FlcrU. *. Fell. .._.... Pbaaa .*.- Salesman wall ... septic Lt cad .aftlta hai. .

473-4737. ( I 14.. ]2..,. ......, ..... Jaaaary I*. CH WHEELS 121. tll'lIe Sash. aa graded read I.AWTEY I,. 11*... Sit ..R.... .
-- -- Mot 140....
!* (. iMfce 1/4. .. I .k" yc'L s;
1 .. ..
BINGO Aaivrleaa L..taa PJ ittV-hAw aHOPt c...' : WANTEDIf I.R. DR. sad .111 s.
tfft.%a.day) t.( p... fI..."., Sp. 984-5590 .... I ----------- Appllsates <* .., ...A.I.. abarpaataf ..r...., N.? acraa ....tIOO. Nk|> .laadarap1.LAWTKY. ...... SR 223*.
'..I.I.r.11. head ..,....
1(77 taCCI. I4BS.a -- ----- -
---- -is > *.., ...... blade ballaw RP Lc-. .. .,.... IKO .pl. You Do Not 10 atraa raatlag I raada, - .
... ... .. .. | : 4 arr... 14)78: 3RR bbrk. SR 18
ar. aad ..... Laava 1.1. Pk. ..un.I... 1224)00.
U'ian ; at I...... Balldlac. Supply 1/.. ( Have A License --- --- -- parttaly cleared with wall. F..LIn77:10

WantAdI. I S.....ar K.at_ 8l.kta. We Have TheParticulars 3
_. tile... 301 (58.00 Uraia. : *r M sires art SR'
-, .
'.' .. .- ,-.... --1! MUST SELL On WALDO11pm..... kaaiafaralibvd t2\!
I.i14t1J ''P'tRSOI 't' : HANDTMANI AtT'laia air .... Caa-
--1-i Liquidation of' new all steal, OA\tA: : tEPRIt)1: *a
rapafcra. tatartar/aitarlan. buildings. (OitOS Dt9 How To Get One P.... 712,3506 ......t ......... RatTy lOTSi, Bcaatflal 4 scr* *.
([ : :I ""E.R.Y.I' E$ raaaada...;, Iwaaawaahlupalallafl. <} 12paraq "CaIlCoII.ct190438TU89 .......... % A flaaadac T..... Ktrt.M .

I-. sad Specialn.I.st.rs Call .*.1....... -- -- -- ---

'1tf'IIWO.f: : rirrTBirTOVEi : : FOB( LEAr 4* ..,.. ta II.' ... BEST PART & .. Jb laAtaarteal.rHlBb8.ba.lJr. far sealer Canlury ".., BtMldmg '* Da..t ,**'11 Had a alrrO
:, tad. : ... *l esi,., c...., tar l It"i ,IS.e ,., .. ......... Fr. ..II..t... 0....r Flnaaclac -S br. I b.favelaat ....... kaprvd ,.*-. a
fl.., aa ."..! I. ..... ..*,.. a',.. CaS 4..j7||. 1/4 ...... sad. .re.. (51 .*. I .kaa. 884481 after S p.... f 473-3254 lratla lalwa. 11..1'.0. tell fret
'50. Call 4. JMi. ll
8.,.... ..r...* ..... al bat with ra r.t. ftaar.

f t: 8 TOM MADE CLARKE! SAW SHOPiCaplat ,..k bald. Fartbat I...., Jiv.lI Drlilin R.T. LOV8HM (...... A wU.- I IMM -- lGMO..atskla5.Mlyb.drys.ad.di.ts.a.l.570.fSIis.. ., ; .

DRAPERIESi Faraltara ..&Jet ..".I.r Calvla .. ..,. OOOF.n 21/2 ..
....,,..1.. arvk < I S 55 .aa. 5 l555 SI acraa.awar freai .
.... ...., ....rl.(*. fra ".d. dreakr, Y...... JSNO. Stark.Ar.ery. Registered Realtor --- flaaaclag. ."."111..
.* ..... al Tar kaaaa.RAW *wr M04-M4-S3M ..r411.1t11. ,...,'S 2" ThrUB" Ta....,.4.., f iess1.11, baw. 1 _
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nlllRClI ACTIVITIES PERSONALS: LAWTEY mother Mrs. Alma Anders Saturday Monday guests of her mother Mrs
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wainwrightand afternoon. Lucille T. Ivey and brotherinlawand
10 a.m. Worship Service II a.m. and son ate Christmas dinner Satur Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman were sister, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown
0 p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE at 7 day,Dec. 23, with their grandmother ""'Of<%Elisabeth Terry Christmas dinner guests of their and family.Mr. .
Mrs. Truby Wainwright, and uncle ,i;'\J. >boae 782-3300 brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and and Mra. OJ. Boyette, Jr., and
p.m.EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Jack Brassell ., ; Mrs R.E. Atwater Jr., of Doctors family were Saturday night supper
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 and Miss Joyce Wainwright Inlet and were guests at a family get- guests of their mother, Mrs O.J.
a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Mrs. Elsie Norman ate Christmas Mr. and Mrs James Waters Mr ter, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clance of Key. together at the home of their mother Boyette Sr. of Lake City. '
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 1 p.m. Dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harry and Mrs. Danny Waters and family stone Heights. After breakfast they M.... R.W. Jackson of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mra. Hermie Kelly were
FAITH BAPTIST Radio Programon Wllkerson and children. Mr.and Mrs. J.S. Waters and faintly, enjoyed opening their gifts. Later on for supper. guests of their son and da t.er-in-
WPXE Starke Dial 1490 FM. 106.3 Mrs. Carl Prevail Mrs. Elnora Mr. and Mrs Michael Water and Mrs. Crews and Mrs. Thornton came M.... Danny Luke was a Sunday law,, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of
A.M. at 8 a.m.Sunday. Bible School 10 Privelt. George Privett, Mr. and Mrs family of Mlddleburg, and Mrs. Ullle home with the Atwoods and were their dinner guest of her grandmother. Lake Worth, through the Christmas
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Truman Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Mae Howard were Christmas dinner dinner guests and spent the afternoonwith Mra. Nellie Wilkinson, her aunt. Mrs! holidays Their son, Wendell, drove
6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Reggie Norman, of Inglis were guests Thursday, Dec. 21, of their son them. Daisy loch and her mother, Mrs. them home Tuesday and returned
6:30: p.m. Pastor A.E. Massey. Christmas dinner guests of their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sanders and Tom Whaley, and girls. home on Wednesday.
FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday School and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters and family of Starke. family spent Christmas Eve with Mr. and Mrs.*'O.J. Boyette, Jr. and Miss Linda Crider of Jacksonvillespent
9:43 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Bobby Norman and family. Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. amUy were Christmas Eve dinner the New Years weekend with
and 7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30p Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear.Ga. Ga. was a Thursday overnight guestof Jackson of Jacksonville. guests of their brother and sUter-in- Mr. and Mrs. George[ Kelly.
.m. Prayer Meeting on Wednesdayat ..her son and daughter-in-law Mr. her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes Mr. and law, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Durban Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Peterson oi
7:30 p.m.GRACE and Mrs. Benton Futch and son Moore,of Live Oak.She was guest of Mrs.Wayne Teston and family Jerry and family. Other guests for dinner Dowling Park enjoyed Christmas Eve
UNITED METHODIST: Steve; their brother-in-law and sister her sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Teston and Miss Madeline Bowman of were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond with Mr. Peterson's daughter and
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pruitt and family, Gainesville Friday and took her out Gainesville were Christmas dinner Williams and sons Miss Denise Durban family The Robert E. Lees.
11 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellow and sister Mrs. Carolyn Mann andson to lunch. Saturday she was a dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. Earl Tea- of Jacksonville.. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and f
ship at 6:30: p.m. on Sunday night. were Christmas dinner guests of guest of her son and daughter-in-law ton Mike and Nancy. Her son-in-law W.L. Durban and family of Lake family had Christmas refreshments
Choir Practice on Wednesday night at their mother Mrs. Regina Kelly. Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Futch and family and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David. Butler, and Mrs. Marvin Rosier. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
7:15p.m. The Church has a nursery Mr. and Mrs. Joey Bennett were at the home of their parents, Mr. and Gaines, ate supper with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Mixon of Fishburn Saturday night along with
for Preschool children during Wor Christmas dinner guests of their Mra. Willie Green. Sunday she Mrs. Pam Lomax and children of Jacksonville, spent New Years week Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Padgett and
ship Services. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett attended church at First Baptist Callahan were Wednesday guests of end with their uncle and aunt,Mr.and Tammy. Mr. and Mra. Lacey Brown,
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday and Nancy. Church with her sister and ate dinner her sister, Mrs. Wendell Sanders, and M.... Frank Camp.Mr. Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Griffis, Mr. and
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Herndon and with Miss Terry. She then returned children. They went to Starke for and M.... Earl Denmark of Mrs Ben Padgett and Donna Marv
a.m. and 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting on daughter Shannon Dawn of Bufort. home after lunch.: dinner. Jacksonville visited their mother, Jane and Charlie Padgett[ and Mr.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. S.C. were New Year weekend guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Porter Roberts and Mrs Lola Carter Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Shepherd and Betty Jo
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School their parents Mr. and Mrs. Hulon family were Christmas dinner guestsof Mrs. Onie Thornton of Auburndalespent Miss Teresa Dektore returned home Griffis and Mrs. Annie Mae Crews.
10 a.m. Worship Services a.m. and Herndon and girls. their mother Mrs. Janice Howardof a week with her sister, Mrs. Sunday after having had her tonsils
7:3op.m. Prayer MeeUng Wednesday Mr. Terry Futch and sons Bruce Starke. Other Christmas dinner Pierce Crews. On Saturday Mrs. removed In Bradford County Hospitalon Mn. Margie Reddish and son, Randall f
at 7:30: pm. and Dean of Jacksonville Beach guests were Mrs. Howard's daughter. Thornton's granddaughter, Mrs. Mike Thursday morning. (, of Starke were Saturday supper
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST: Sunday came down Christmas Eve night andtheir Mrs. Ruth Edwards of Powder Clance: of Keystone Heights, took Mrs. Mr. Ode Dobbs and his daughter guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. r
School 10 a.m. Worship Services II aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry, Springs Ga.,who spent the Christmas Thornton and Mrs. Alphle Parrlsh. Miss Emallne Dobbs of Lake Butler, Lea McClellan.Tim .
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting on went home with them and was their weekend with them. Her sons Mr also of Auburndale, (who had spent a visited his brother and sister-in-law, Roberts and Mra. Geraldine
r Wednesday at 7 p.m. Rev. Charles guest for Christmas dinner. Mr. and and Mrs. James Dixon of Jacksonville week with her sister Mrs. Iva Mr. and Mrs Arlie Dobbs on Sunday Rondos, and Charlie White of Miami,
Starling pastor.MORGAN Mrs. John Farnell visited them that Lewis Dixon and children of McKinney of Starke) home. Mrs. afternoon.. and Dusty Roberts of Boca Raton,
ROAD BAPTIST: afternoon. Terry and his sons brought Starke and Mr.and Mrs. Willie Dixon Clance: returned home on Saturday M... Lois Carter, Mr. and Mrs were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday school 10 a.m. Worship Miss Terry home Wednesday afler- and family of Starke. afternoon. Leon Starling Mrs Gwen Jacksonand Edward Roberta of Sampson Lake
Services 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Training noon. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters were Mrs. Jimmy Hogan and daughter- daughter, Amy Mr. and Mrs. and Mr.and Mrs. Randy Roberts and
Union 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa spent Christmas dinner guests of their in-law.Mra. Joe Hogan and Shannonand Glen Starling and family.) Mr. and daughter. Heather.On .
day at 7:30: p.m. Rev. James Parrlsh New Years week with her sister Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- her daughter Julie were Thurs- Mra. Charles Carter and family and Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Pastor. Fred Moore. They went to Church botham of Maxville. day dinner guests, Dec. 21 of her Perry Nlcula were Christmas dinner Lee and John Karen and Manuel
NORTIISIDE BAPTIST Sunday (First Baptist of Jacksonville) Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Harry McWIlliams of sister Mra. Renter Hicks', and her guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Shu- Martinez visited the G.L. Peterson at
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 day morning with their sister, Miss Starke visited Mrs. Elvie Reddish on daughter, Mra. Glen Shuford and ford and family.Mr. Advent Christian Home in Dowling
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Rachel Boyer who returned home Christmas afternoon.Mrs. girls. and Mra. O.J. Boyette, Jr. and Park.
Wednesday at 7 p.m. with them for a visit.: Pierce Crews and her sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews and her niece family were Christmas dinner guestsof Mr.and Mrs.Carl Norman and sons
SMYRNA MISSIONARY Mrs. Tom Whaley and daughters of Mrs. Onie Thornton of Auburndale, Mra. W.F. Atwood were business their brother and sister-in-law Mr. spent the New Years weekend with
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m. Tampa spent Wednesday to Mondaywith and their brother-in-law and sister visitors in Jacksonville on Wednes-- and Mra. Don Boyette and family of their cousins, Mr.and Mrs. Roy Smith
Worship Services II am and 7 p.m. her mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mr and Mrs. W.F. Atwood and son, day.Mr. Macclenny. and family of Seville.Mr. .
BTS 5:45: p.m. Prayer Meeting her sister,, Mrs. Daisy Boch and Edwin, were Christmas breakfast and M.... Bill Anders Sr. and Mrs. Wyolene Day and son, Keith and Mra. Henry Hodges and
Wednesday 7 p.m. Miss Lynn Whaley guests of their son-in-law and daugh daughter of Jacksonville visited their of Jacksonville were Sunday andU family were Christmas Eve dinner

__ ______ _____ --------------- guests of their mother, Mrs. Annie
A r 7dom. Mae Crews,along with other brothersand
sisters of Mrs. Hodges. .
Spl Barry Lee Watts came home
Dec 19 for Christmas from Augsburg
___ __-- Germany where he is stationed with
Company C Third BN 63 Armored .
Div. tie will be home until Jan. 11 then
he will return to his unit in Germany.
Mr. and M.... Larry Norman and
ESSUR1L. daughter, Rhonda and their mother,
Mra. Ola Starling were Christmas
.) .. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete
', '" Starling and Dante, of Jacksonville.
Major and Mrs. James F.
Dougherty of England called their
parents, Col. and Mn; Wm. Wilson
Sunday to with them a Happy New


Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hodges were their brother
) .. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
J 4:-. Donald Hodges. Others visiting the
Hodges Christmas day were Wayne .
; Crews Jerry Fishburn,.J.T, Padgett,
and Roger Starling.
Mr and spent- Btrry.( Watts and ;
Barry Lee from Dec. 22-23 with
their brother-in-law and sister; Mr.
and Mrs.G.C.Stanley and family,and
; their mother Mrs. Bessie Watts of
HAVE Crescent City.
Mrs. Ola Starling and Rhonda Nor
man were Saturday overnight guestsof
her granddaughter,. Mrs. Pete
Starling and Daric. .
Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Atwood, Sr.,and
son Edwin left Tuesday morning Dec.
n 26, and enjoyed a trip through North
Carolina and Tennessee, visiting rela-
MOVED tives and back through Georgia to At.
lanta. In Atlanta they attended the
50th wedding anniversary of their
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kee. They arrived home Sunday
morning early.
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Walters and
family of Feastervile Penn. were
Thursday. Dec. 27 through Friday,
To Their Newly Remodeled JA Dec. 29 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barry
Watts and Barry Lee.
Major and Mrs. Russell Lines and
daughter from Sumter, S.C. returned
Building At home Tuesday after spending! some
time with their parents, Col. and Mrs.
Wm. Wilson.

110 W. Call St. By The Office Shop Mn.C.R. Crews spent 10 days with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mra. Tom Clayton and son, Tommy
Jr., of Jacksonville, through the
Christmas Holidays.Mr. .
964-5764 r V and Mrs. Walter Lines will
return to their home in Reading
Penn. after a visit with CoL and Mra.
Wm. Wilson.
Mrs. Ann Green and her sons
>- Richard, Jeff and Neal and daughter,
"t Tate of Atlanta were New Years Eve
Quality Printing AtPriees. guests at the home of Rev.Wm Wright
:,;..K: and his daughter. Cheri. i I

Bill and Ray Wilson are visiting in I
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Savannah Ga., for the weekend with
George Huggins.
; : Mrs. Pierce Crews and M.... Onle
Thornton attended services on ChrIst.
Competitive .t mas Eve at Morgan Road Baptist
;; ; Church on Sunday night. .
Captain and Mrs. D.F. Martin and
'. .1, family of the Marine Corps of Paris
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,1/v' Island S.C. spent the weekend with
:: ": their grandmother, Mrs. Hester
WHEH YOU NEED: '. > '.\ i', ; .r'J : Hicks and famUv.; sndMr,and M.... Glen Shuford

Letterheads .:..(. ..... .'... Forms Menus Titusville Mr. and were Mrs. Robert Thursday Kethering overnight of
.4 I"" '" guests of Mr.and Mrs..Ben McCulley.
Envelopes y! .' I':' o. Brochures Invitations : Other guests were Mr. and M....John

,. .' Davis afternoon.of Jacksonville Beach on Friday
eStatements. Bumper Stickers Rev David Brown Mr. and Mrs.
Maps Henry Hodges and family, Mr. and
J Mrs. Vernon Starling Mr. and Mrs.

f Hand Bills Business Forms :.':. Any Printing '.".. -."'":' Mra.Larry Ola Norman Starling and,daughter and Mra.Rhonda.Joyce

I ,' I I' Bennett attended the Watch night
f of', .j ; Service at Johnstown Baptist Church
m Sunday'night.

''j Quick Printing Whil e You Wait : : and ten Mr.,Mrs Mrs.and Marcus Darlene Mrs. Eugene Griffis Norman Taylor and and daugn-sons Mr..

were New Yean Dinner
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