Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01693
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f I .. A f 1.3 million 52-unlt apartment complex Jed to FmHA- that the City of blacks Oglesby were present In the hosptUI !
-hrti. for low and moderate Income give the necessary aproval for a specific room to provide the necessary quorum to
families being sought for the Reno*ectlou coning change and to extend thenecessary approve the project and get notificationto
1''\ of Stark by developer Gerald Grit0 utility service the NFRPC by the Tuesday. night !fit
*of Raiford and John Carver of Archer. Operating from his hospital bed Tuesday meeting. Warren said councilmen
.1. Commissioners Boat SiteFour morning/ Mayor-Commissioner Joe Wilbur Waters and Harold Eppa had f'.
Eye Hampton Ramp The project was cleared by the Cleanloghouse
Committee of the North Warren called a special meeting In hi. been contacted about the needed apjroval ''
,. hospital room In Bradford County : and both were In favor although }
..f the Bradford Coimnlmlon built Florida Regional planning Council In a to the city council's approval enable to attend the special meeting. ,
member County' surveyed !berauHc of fluking llcrnMt money we've up In Tallahaaae fmeeting Tuesday night lob 13. In Hospital get. "
the aite lit Ihr new Hampton Lake boat r.mp.1I nHtrurlion n got and a* soon aa more of that money become available ".'UINt tCainesviU.. of the concept of the project Warren said he, therefore, was callingthe .1
underway Tuesday, Feb. IX doing more.f this kind of thing at other boat ramp In the county. ". I Funding la being sought from the Commissioner Vernon Slleox and Ted vote unanimous i ,
Board member. from left to right Maxl Carter llaxel Paulk ." add cemmliwlon. chairman Carter of the project '[Farmer' Home Administration. Usually
Dave Shuford. and .:.1.. Norman looked over the spot where the II'. estimated that he new Hampton Lake ramp will be In ,,9t, when a project roaches the NFRPC :'
ramp will be located and he( prefab slabs lo be Installed by he operation within a week to 10 day Improvement work ort '" i.1 Clearinghouse commit the developer Hearing Set Tonight ;
Georgia cnnHlructlon iiullll doing the work. the exUIIng r.lllp.1 Santa F*Lake to be done afterward by the .IA;' have already received aome assurance of '
We're able lo do thin project (routing. approximately $10.000)) same company. 4 funding from the Farmer's Horn Ad-

ministration. The project now goes to
.. the FmHA county director la Oaineavllle Areas
BC Commission Cuts Landfill Use and district then director.to Live Oak to the FmHA Rezoning

I The project ii planned to go Into the

pecan grove on the corner of Old Lawtey ,
For Out-of-County Garbage DumpersWith Road and Brownie Street the former' For Slade Gas Plant )

1 J Flume property of which Mra. Clara Col-

Clay County resident barragingthem Moat of the namea on the petition complaining ty stickers (available at the courthouse) Aeon,( 1* now executrix of the eatate.. The Public hearing on the rezoning' of two The other location consists of a portion
with petition complaining about about fides are Keystone to dump their load In the dump site, and i property consists of 9.02 acre piece of property in SUrke a* possible of Lot 9. 10. 11 and 12 of J.G. Alvarea
fllea and environmental agencies Heights realdenta-The same people only commercial trucks with Bradford i,, The NFRPC Clearing Commute eon sites for the relocation of Slade Addition to Stark on the west aide of j
threatening to levy fine on Bradford for who are having their garbage taken Into area load to dump. A double-check will alders three MpecU of any application Transport LP bulk gar plant will be USaoi lying between Hardee'a on the I
its low-quality garbage disposal systems Bradford and dumped into our landfill." be used to police the system the board 1) environmental impact 2)) heard by the City Planning and Zoning south residence facing LafayetteStreel
the Bradford County Comnmlsaion voted said an agitated Bradford Commissioner decided. The landfill operator will have using opportunity, and 8)) consistency Board tonight. ((Thursday, Feb. 15 at 7 .on the north and E.D.Tenly property on jl
:unanimously Monday to restrict garbage Hasel Paulk. all driver sign la at the gate and take with land uae planning., and, 7:30 p.m the west The rezoning petition exempt I'
dumping In the Bradford landfill near their vehicle tag number down a* they' The committee found no, significant One location consist of 5.1 acre on 'a portion zoned B-2. fronting on 301. The> '. .I
Key stone,to only county resident and A resolution effective'will change March the 5. and pre.entordln.nre. will enter when the resolution. goes" Into ef adverse Impact on the environment Ma. the west side of US-301. Just north of a property is owned by Mr. and Mrs ,
the few commercial dumper who pick up fect. Fried :Charles: Sawyer,owner 8awyer-8lad I''
Jean Mute!, regional planner with dirt street between. Kentucky
allow only resident with Bradford Coun- '
In the county. 5aa.Inc.The ,
NFRPC. laid Wednesday afternoon Chicken and the Bradford Motel excluding
It war estimated at the meeting that
There la thought to be auffldent housing a portion now toned B-3. fronting 1.2 classification. Includes
one third of the garbage damped In the
Telegraph Soars into ComputerAge landfill k I from outside of the county, Deed. Ma. Marti laid, and the project, on 801. The property owned by JamesT. petroleum bulk storage and tale, I
most of that from Kevstone. Was found to be conalatent with the .Moore and Dr.Harry Gruen,who have asphalt and concrete product, chemical
Progressively minded as always, the Telegraph has soared full- At the present time/private garbage and local land u.. plan and hat applied for rezoning from RM-1 to 12general Industries fertilizer, meat packing 'Including
much local support ( Industrial) "to allow construction livestock yards and slaughter \ '
steam into the computer age. collector from outsld Bradford are br4Ingiag I
Clearinghouse Committee placed of LP gar storage tanks"at the res/
With the aTTvalltllt desk garbage to the Bradford landfill See )
Thursday of new computerized terminals of of the <
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approval property.Arademir
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the dumping a roughly SS p r
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load for a large-bed dumper TJbfr ntOt.. __ .
have been increased )leas two old. ' at t
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to the former rnethod of ins true ting a typesetter in another using the Bradford landfill is I Roy Tyrev
room exactly; how he wanted his finished product to look in print. who contract with the city of Keystone f {
,Of,course, with technological fancements comet the never- Height to pick up private garbage:
task ( all of the intricacies involved in Tyre' bookkeeper said over the phone
ending of learning working that he paid$2,100 to Bradford County In
with the new machinery. There will inevitably be foul-ups, and tins for dumping right at the Bradford 1t
the paper will have a new look because of a different site print, ite.
but the end result mill be a more efficient and more attractive
Tyre also expressed a doubt that the i
newspaper. "9 or 10" lads of refuse he dump two"
Hopefully our new 'toys' will soon be as easy to manage as our time per week I I. anywhere near one
old typewriters, but we ask that you bear with us until we learn third the total garbage dumped at the? '
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Hampton Water 'System Officially On ; i ii' ;1 ,1 d

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Farmer's Home Administration, debt of the city to former water system also presented two bill from Jan.,1978,
(FmHAI) funds are available and the owner Diane Bruno remained In questionat for repair of the water pump. Parts for
1258,400 Hampton water system has the regular city council meeting! Tuesday ,the work totaled $206.44. and labordoneby .I I
been officially and finally approved, but Feb. 13.Chairman. Paul Nugent, present at the meeting
and Russell Sherman, totaled $249.60.
Ted Curtis read) a letter Mrs. Bruno said she paid the bill, and 1 r II
from FmHA announcing the availabilityof felt the should reimburse her.
zJt: a1tl1Un:: ricrThurs. a $187.100 grant and $91.300 loan to The city took control of the w.t.raatem rUle at Bradford High for the third. nixif k* and I'uritdo round .hr It-rcm-d I hi- Miprr-vlilv iirMdimlrnllIhey'rr )-
the city and the final approval of the in January, but the contract between grading paid ire the five students above who earned the only Un IIIIS Mudrnlv with pfrfrrl" amdimirrrrordn ;
federal agency' agreement with Hamp: Bruno and the city wa not clear to ..Ir.lllhl,1111I the left: Melody Barton Jeffery llrmiker.Briny NO far this term Bath hair i-arni-d ..I"hchl"all 'I r
ton.The council member and Mrs. Bruno. The fawn. Handy Parade.. and Trrena llarlry; :Miss Ya.nJu three sla i -.rkn.. .,' I
new system, required by stat former owner said no agreement had t
regulations and In the planning stages been signed when the water pump bill
for a year will Include construction of anew were paid. Five Earn Straight-A at Bradford High ji
water tank and atorage building. In.. .
atallation of a new pump.motor, and Individual .
water meters.and .the renovation .- Bill of water user totaling $192.39 .i five of,.1.090 students at Bradford Melody Barton, daughter Mr. and American HUtory Music. Theory.
of pipe and hook-ups. were prepaid to Mrs Bruno for the month rllgh leas than one-half of one percent, Mr*. Thomas Barton of Raiford. I I..* enrolled .physire. and French II. ,
Council member decided to stage an of January February and March earned atraight-A'* for the third six In PE. Typing III, Shorthand II, and Randy Parado, son of Mr. and'Mr
1978. and the city never received thepajrmertts.even Romeo Parades of Raiford, ,In. enrolled In
official groundbreaking'for the long- week grading period which ended Jan. Office Practice
though Hampton officially Spanish Algebra II. General Literature,.
awaited system,and city attorney James 19. >:
R.'Rcggir'Flynn said he would announce I owned the water system for those The five academic elite are senior Jeffery Brooker. son of Mr. and Mrs. ;Modern Science: and Civic
three months,according to city clerk Iris Brookerand James Teresa. Harley; daughter of Mr. and
J the date.after detail were cleared up Melody Barton junior Jeffery Brooker of Brooker. Is enrolled InHumanities
and a timetable for proceeding can. be Hart. matter.. Betsy Yawn and freshmen Teresa British Literature algebra Mrs, Joe Harley of Lawtey I enrolled in
The referred
was to attorney No Human General Literature I. HE. Modern
Harley' and Rand Parado. II. Physiology and American
f.bH 5 : art.Later in the meeting Diane Bru'no.who Flynn, who said' he would review the contract sophomore earned all-A's. History Science, Algebra French I, and Civic, .
i between the city and Bruno la an effort -
Two of the above student Miss Yawn '
sold the current water system to the S t
to determine exactly when the city ..tr.IlItA'.UIh"e of Mrs Lila Rail Yawnof All Honor Hull
city In January of 1978, presented to the and Parado have earned Betsy daughter
Stark Zoning Board ",: council an outstanding water debt incurred took control of the system, and if the contract six-week grading period this Stark and Judge Theron A. Yawn of Forty-eight more BUS students 4.4
Mooting '.:: by the city from July.1977. stipulated that the city' would term. Neither has mad a grade lower Gainesville -enrolled in Advanced percent of the I,09O.memher student t
", than anA all semester. Placement English Advanced Band body earned place oa th.A-B honor roll
7p.m. :i Decembrrl977 for' 147.85. Mr* Bruno (Sec Page Ill
for the third sijt-week Those student,

,NTu. by grade, are: 4
F.b. 20 \.
'i j> ,:4Stork. Troubled'Life Led Wild Shand Shooting Spree for Starke Man SENIORS: Jefferson Brown. ,Julie I
City Council) : ;'t..I" Chamber. John Dixon Tamara
Etheridge, Ana Floirendo. Mardi .
M.. lnSlI't., ;;1S t ",' In a wild shooting spree. with a .22 'her said Wednesday that the plea to the report he was being held In Alaehua. his companion and was told I It would be. Goodge.Monlque Gravel Cynthia Green. '
7 p.m.; calibre pistol, Willie Charles Lei 43. of lesser charge would now be rejected and County jail few, minutes more. "I was standing by Nelson preen, Horace Griffin Patricia I I
City HOW f.e 1125 Keller Street In East: Starke. terrorized Lee would likely be taken to trial on the Mr. Thornell Mulberry of rural the addressogrsph" machine.when hearda Mullins, Herbert Smith Pamela : i
emergency room 'staff and patient original felony county. Gainesville the only person actually popping sound. a hospital clerk Lana Stalnaker, Mike Starting. Irene Wsin- i R
I .:* at Shanda'' Teaching Hospital. Lee and his companion apparently wounded 'In the meele. was treated and Jackson told police."I moved toward the wright and Sylvann William. \{ '. ) :
.W"! Gainesville, about 4 a.m.Tuesday. I troubled existence. Starke police released from the hospital a few hours waiting room and saw this man with agun r' '. I <
-:?Wo l..fop.211. The unemployed day laborer, already' investigator George Tomasovitch said after .the shooting. Walling In the shooting/ and this lady..* pleading JUNIORS Virginia Crews: LynnDavis "
under pre-srntrnc Investigation on a there had been three shooting Incident emergency room for. her daughter Mr*. with him not to shoot her. David FuoaelUEdward! Hamilton.Tervsa .
Dyol Cemetery Asm. ., concealed weapon charge following a at the 1125 Keller address, during which Thornell. pleaded .pl...* don't kill me" Lee then turned toward the clerk and Knepper. Teresa Gaskin. Lewi '
hooting Incident in Reno last Septem either the man or the woman or both, when Lee suddenly aimed the pistol at began firing In her direction,a*she drop M. Mersey, Rhonda Norman. Beth
Mooting her, apparently went berserk, while had received gunshot ..ound..n each.Instance her and started firing. Two young men ped to the floor, then jumped up and ran Palray, Sandra Quiette.Joey Riggo, Barbara t I
12 noon 4.Cry. awaiting the outcome of emergency however the pair maintained also I.! the waiting es,escaped unharmed toward the door between the-room and Swart.. 'Pam UnderhiUy Joys 1
Com I..lo".fI loom treatment of his M-year-old roommate, they had shot themselves accidentally though Lee reportedly, fired directly closed it.Michael. WAInwrighUand Ke+ln MJIJer. : .; t
ICt,. Courthouse Gladys Jackson who had been transferred Thomasovlteh. said although in the Sunday al them.ri Johnson a nurses assistant ., ,
from Bradford County Hospital to night shooting here, the woman'said \ jest cin't believe .he missed m.." aid, "! was mostly concerned that the SOPHOMORES Charier" B.aro. !
8hand about midnight Monday following she had been shot by.aa unknown Intro aid Robert Fortunate. a university stir guy could come beck la the patient. area'. George Canova. Kathy HendersonJoeyHerres ?t'.
Courtesy of a shooting here Sunday night. der. No charge have been filed .In this dent"He fired right straight at me three and start .hootln,.'"' Ellubeth McWilliam;, Shrrra .l,I .
( In a prevlou-Incident last September case, pending further" (Investigation. time, then just kept on taking. pot shots An emergency room clerk placed a Mott, Gregory MowryV Deborah "
JACKSON BUILDING Lee had been charged with tarrying a During the J -rnlauc. rampage atShands at other people.. crisis call to UPp a few minute after the Parmenter. Suzette Rodrique, Vteki 1
' concealed firearm a felony, but pleaded Lee sprayed at "least 12 shot at University Police Department CapU hooting/ started and the first officer to Sheffield, Terri Themes. ) DalUnderhllUnd *- \
SUPPLY of f Starke guilty to a keur'ehsrge" carrying a random wounding one woman not Vernon HolUmaa Mid.".don't know if he .arrive called for more kelp when when" Cherl Wright' < ;,.V
9. 864-flOra concealed weapon, a misdemeanor. A critically, before police were able to subdue wan a poor hot M If he just wasn't used Lee took a hot at him. "*\'
Hy pre-sentence investigation wa< orderedand him. H.. was charged with four to hi*weapon.It woo a mtrachs that more While two hospital security guard., FRESHMEN Tin 2J.f.lfPM'arll"(" ;
keystone HelghM wa still in progress at.the time of count of aggravated assault, dn* countof people weren't seriously hurtLe .." kept patient and employees" out of the Hunter. Suxxanite Newport and Karen;
Hwy: 100 And 21.A.c73..cU3 the Shand hooting. In view of the Mon- attempted homicide;, and one count of started his volley after asking an See Page in
day shootinc./ the State Allor...'. efflro curving .* concealed weapon Al last ->..IM"e VAMM llrtr. .....* .ll.MMtM- rhore."I ,

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W.T. Weeks, UDC Met Feb. 7 at : ,

W.T. Weeks chapter Ms. of Cecelia the United Terwilleaar's Sherman' march through Georgia if Ite ; tJiaTide @/ S'lte J !

Daughter of the Confederacy met It waa .announced Uwt district two annual w
Wednesday. afternoon of Vat week at the workshop will tie held Feb.Ie at the ,.. ;."
home of Mr. Cecelia Terwlllegar with, Holiday Inn on 13. Registration will r
Mr. Jo Wilson and Mr*. Mildred Wei*, begin at 9 a.m. glaJ' Wlooly ;jlUv/j, Moir 9 4.608.

gerber as _boateNetl. After the business meeting which wa* a .- ..
Mri. Weisgerber displayed a beautifully presided over by president Mr*. Herb .'nF
written and lituatr.ted book on the Thorns, the 22 member enjoyed the tl.I," ,
Civil War which *he contemplate donating social hour when refreshment were Grace BapUd\'Church\ Held Sweetheart I"i-: :art asd
to the muMiini in the old courthouse served. WJJ" '.\'; "
to be placed in the room allocated to the Spring floral arrangement were used Bancjuot Saturday Night : I ,:Ljt t r .
UDC. at vantage point la the meeting room. r''
Mra. C.A. Knight mad a motion to "If. '' ." ;;,, ,
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donate $300 to the Historical Society to '
help In the rewiring of the old courthouse Grace Baptiit/ Church member! }held a Yocum, Richard Welch aa Luke ticragg. < ., 'I + I
The motion wu carried. Mra. Thelma Mendosa and Gloria sweetheart banquet Saturday .night In Art Lee*Lem Scragg,and Tiffany Grit .,
Mra. Guy Sale historian. Introduced Gllnsa of Jacksonville vial ted Mrs.Carrie Fellowship HaiL ;.,: tie as Moonbeam McSwine.Narrator wa ')
Mrs Weisgerber who a resume of Hitch on Wednesday The head table waa covered :with a Sharon Grlffia. ,,'w' M+.., "
gave white cloth and centered withY' an arrangement Selected a* king and queen for the {'):;Cf'' E,
of white pompom encircled youth department were Kevin Sebeeta ,:
decoration/ and Tiffany Grlffl, x-! .. ,
with red Valentine : Seated i:
at this table were the deacon, pastor Chosen king and queen for the adult ......-.....'Wii ..\
Thee and their wive '' were' Steve Futch and Debra Gray.
During the evening the youth The newlywed game wa also played .
presented a Dogpatch Valentine/ play. by the adults
SteakmanDoes Taking part wars Nancy Alvirex as Approximately member and. \ ,
r Daiaymae, Johnny Sweat aa iJliAbnor;, friend enjoyed the occasion. ",
Kevin ScheeU a* Marryln' Sanv'CheriScheetx : Special thank goes to Debbie Jones,
.: Again aa Lonesome Polecat, John youth director for coordinating the) banquet ........ ""
Sasser a* Halrleaa Joe Kevin Griffla aa and program.

Pappy Yocum Sarah Faulk aa Mammy ,

Engaged : Couple Honored atSeveral
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1 Parties Recently '. ,

Mr. and Mr*. Gilbert Goldwlre. enter with tiny valentine Mr.. L.S. Williams,
.a talned at a dinner party. lait,Thursday grandmother of the honoree, presided at tit
y night honoring Mis Dent* WlnkJer and the silver tea service where hot spiced
Bill Adam whose marriage will be an tea wa* poured. ;y*
event of March 17. The "coke" table on the patio near the '
The dinner was held at the Goldwlre pool wan covered with white linen cloth Yip''
home on N. Mimosa Street. The dinner and centered with a punch bowl holding / f i
table wa* centered with an arrangementof ice cold cokea. Mra. John Wstson.. and ,ta
yellow roses and bab,.'* breath.A similar Miss Cheryl Godwin presided at thia( r
smaller arrangement wa* used on sand table.
table used for dining. The hostesses presented the honoree
Enjoying the occasion with the with a silver casserole aa a memento of ,
21 Pc honored couple were their parent. Mr. the occasion.
.and Mr. Warren Winkler and Dr. and Approximately. 100 guests called between r a .
Mre. HII. Adam, and grandmothers the hours 2 and 4 p.m. Those from .
SHRIMPDINNER Mr*. JH. Moseley and Mr*. L.S. out-of-town wets Mrs Odessa Mitchellof Dimple Overstreet
William Gainesville Mrs. John Anderson of

French Mr. O.L. Haynes, Jr. assisted In sere Callahan, Mrs. Maxwell Vlckers. Mrs. Dimple Overs treet Selected
Fries, ( M.H. Shepherd and Mr*. Eugene
I Cole ing.The host presented the honored couple Williams of Brunswick, Ga.. and Mra. Valentine
Slaw Beta Phi i Queen
with place setting in their everyday Kenneth Martin Mr. Cleve Jones Mr. Sigma :
china a* a memento of the occasion. Jack Jone and Mr. T.G. Ritch of
Jacksonville Dimple Overstreet was selected as the her husband Grady and 'daughter
Valentine Queen for XI Iota Delta Catrell. She Is the daughter of Mr. and
Fad $ 65 On Sunday afternoon Mis Winkler chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. for Mr*. C.W Johnson of Pensacola and is ahalydreseer

Y was complimented at a "coke" party Miss Winkler was honored at a pantryshower r. the :year 197879. .
given by Mrs. G.8. Brown Miss Cheryl Monday night given by Misses Each year a member la selected to Dimple has been an active member of
Godwin Mr. J.B. Godwin, Mrs.'Vernon Mary Anne Miller and Stacy Denmark at represent each chapter of Beta Sigma Beta Sigma Phi for 11 years. During this
Phi. Mra. Overstreet'a la sent to time she has held the offices
SUeox and Mrs. picture following :
George Robert. Jr. at the home of the former.
the home of the latter on Bessent Road the International office of Beta Sigma. corresponding secretary treasurer and
IJ a JW(3b(1f0D ( ( ( Guest Phi with member. from other chapter social chairman
were greeted at the door by The Miller home was decorated In the
Mrs. Roberts and presented to the Valentine theme. Spring flowers and throughout the United State. Then a Members of XI Iota Delta held Valentine
Valentine Queen Sweetheart and Princes luncheon for at the Garden
receiving line of the
composed honoree plants were also used to highlight the
is selected to represent Beta Sigma Restaurant on Feb. 10. Those in attendance "
her Mr .
mother Warren Winkler .
and party rooms.Tke
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mother of the prospective groom,. Mrs. Phi. were Mrs. Brenda Slade Mra. Von-
H.H. Adams refreshment table was covered Dimple resides at RL 8, Starke with da Stephens, Mrs. Connie Best and

1212 N. Temple Ave Starke, Florida 964-6567 The tea table In the dining room was with cutwork cloth and centered with daughter Tina, Mrs. Linda Bowen and
covered with a linen and lace cloth and crystal punch bowl filled with cokes and Gospel Singers Mrs. Marie Wynn:

centered with an arrangement of camellias ice. Around the bowl wa* a garland of
pompoms and itatice Interspersed ivy, camellias and azalea EntertainPresbyterians RUSH PARTYXi

SAVINGS FROM $90.00 The IT attending Included members of : Iota Delta will hold a Rush Party on
TO $170.00 ON EACH SET I Feb. 20 7:80 the
t'\. the 9.11 :Sunday school clasa, of which at p.m. at home of Mrs.
.. Mise Wlnkler is teacherand co-workers.... Gospel singer from the Lawtey Coreectionsj Brenda Slade In Hampton
.. nrtitytign'gavq"'program' oV'Inspirational 'E t u t-A cn1y! Y fppMsler. the' prospective
; Also attending were Miss )WinkleripotheT.and ,
;, ... ". .. ...tI. ft ; g ., J [ grandmother. Mrs. WarrenWinkler I ; music Sunday night" at the members There'tVil. is planned"J' Befa; 3norV-. ,. business AJ
". ZD" F" : ; .an cIMr.. L. S.WilEams.{ r' irsi rreaayieriaa uni cTfr ?
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.:.:r }, '. -.e; ,. Chaplain James T.'Tompklns was In meeting.
Y ; '---k--f -::" :t The hostesses presented the honoree charge of the service
.;!$ \.K.f 'i /- -.7YY#::" with a kitchen Taffy Interspersed with Testimonials were given by several
.,& ---1' ; /-'.., -= tablespoon and a picnic basket filled members of the choir. Mrs. W.H. Thomson
with acccessorie A covered dish supper was served by
.rJtfi; 9 ; 1y = picnic paper church members in the recreational hall. Birthday.LunchHonoree

MATTRESS Assisting serving and caring for the
.. _7' ., Mrs. George Copeland entertainedMrs.
: ... Mr. J. E. Denmark and
..: guest were
W.H. Thomson at a birthday lun
;":,r :'9J / : Mr. John Miller. Luke Stallings Wins
I ..--(2. cheon Monday at the Western Steer
Steak House.
"-=" I .' >"\\I\- Dance Scholarship
.rt the occasion
Sharing were Mrs. Guy
,. '
: Andrews, Mrs. Herb Herres, Mra. Dom
r fi Lynn Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stallings were
r DeSantlago and Miss Lillian Stump.
r ,I host at a family "together Saturday
? night at their home in Gainesville in Mrs. Copeland made the honoree a
? 7h' William McClane honor of their son?Luke Stalling who heart shaped birthday cake which toppedoff
f leaves for III. wherehe the luncheon.
Saturday Chicago
irr t i{. ', ?'r r Wed Feb. 10 has won scholarship at the Gus Dior-
d.no Dance Center.
Lynn L. Collins and William A. Mc Luke la the grandson of C.L. Dinkins Marie Green,
Clane. both of Jacksonville Beach were and the late Juanlta Dinkins of Starke
married on Saturday Feb. 10 at the and Mr. and Mra. T.C. Stallings Sr. of Theodore Golunka
home of the grooms parents Mr. and Waldo.
Mrs. J.H. McClane at 321 N. Myrtle Those attending were Mrs. L.J Green Engagement ToldMr.

Street Starke. and C.L. Dinkins of Starke, Mr. R.D.
Judge Elate S. Sender performed the Cunningham and daughter Maria and and Mrs. Inman D. Green of
3' I double-ring ceremony before members of Mr. and Mr. T.C.Stallings.Jr. and sons Starke announce the engagement of
Ii the Immediate families of Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs.David their daughter. Marie, to S-Sgt.
f s If i After the wedding brunch was served Christopher and family Waycross, Ga., Theodore A. Golunka USAF aon of Mr.
to those present. Mr. and Mrs T.C. Stallings, Sr. of Waldo and Mra. Thomas J. Golunka of Salem
f Following a short wedding trip to and Mr.and Mrs. Andy Griffis and familyof
South Florida the couple will[ reside at Cocoa. Ohio.Wedding plans will be announced at a

t Jacksonville Beach. A barbecue supper wa served. later date.

Choose comfort. Mrs. J. B. Green
your ..

Buy the set Today. ; Birthday Honoree
.. After InventorySale
t ti Mrs. J.B. Green was guest of honor at
And we'll give you the frame FREE a birthday dinner Monday night at the
Western Steer Steak House.
Helping to celebrate the occasion were
Mr. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulk. Mr.
95 5i '. and Mrs. James Norman and Mr. and .
$691! $89 $109 Mrs. Doyce Griffis.

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Full SIZC-S89 es pc. Rpq SU999Hoq Full 3i .S10995 u pc. .Rig $13995 Full Slre,5129.95 es. pc. .Aeg.5159,95, Birthday Feb. 9
Ousen Slze-S2199S set ,. S29995.Hog Queen Si,..$279 95 set Reg $351 93 Oueen Size.S329,95 set .Reg 5409.95 !J
King Size'$279.95 set \ SJ9) 95 King Sire-596985 set Red 5.16995 King Size S 39.95 sa..Req $539.95 l
|13 piece set) ((3 piece set ((3 piece set) Jason Bryant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
W E, Bryant of Starke celebrated his second
birthday Friday night Feb 9 at the
I i home of his parent n SR lilt( with pizsa -
1517 Beuent Road 964-5149 Starke 964.6300 party for the 18 family members

,. ( ] I ::rr ) l- ( V i I followed Attending* great by birthday from grandmother cake out-o and!-,town Mra.coffee..Bell.11lason'

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I ,s ( Working Folks' Radiator. Service) BIRTHSMr.

= iR Crystal Lake
: : d'6NlppRK-, announce the birth of a son
t '.f Lrr : Open Mon. Frl. 6:30: -10.00: EVENINGS ONLY David Alan Thigpen.Jr.. born Feb. 7.
grandparent are Mr. and
r Sat. All Day 8.0O6.00: : Mrs. H.E. CM of Starke and maternal

tI w, a t 1 A4t great grandmother I* Mr. Pauline Co*
+ t 4 Sun. By Appointment Only Lumberton.;N.C.

t It I I r'I So For CompProtottlontt Paternal grandfather U W.L.Thigpen.,
A Repair. Com By. : .-.i", iLOCATfO : Thigpen, aU of Starke.Th .
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: 434 W. Call St 964-6620:' -.,,, .... AT COHNCH Of *01 t HO. 11 Or C.H"...-,0' : ," j. .,* ..

Starts; Fla. 064-5827 '"' ++...,,. FREE COOLING SYSTEM INSPECTION beginner square dance elsss were
yl guests of Mr. and Mra.B.C. HolUendorf
OVER 32 YEARS EXPERIENCE Jr. Saturday night after the dance at the
Armory. ,

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,(' .'/"I:, ''t", !:? Homemakers Have Program On .[. yJ.o"; Servicemen l lSPN iIit

t ,;' ... "How To Lose Your Best Customer"Bradford Miss June Hardy and Bill Tldwefl .C ,r
/' Atlanta,Ga.spent the weknd. "with her d three.Mellon.Jr..
\ County Ilomemakerr dub tnes* meetings. A brown big lunch rosy parent, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. lEFORGER Kitrrlreyeje.
had two speakers at their Thr.da.iJ"eb.a be taken to en joy during the noon meal ,11
.tGferaM W. M..ltes. .Jr., whose
L meeting held in the Agrimltur Bud Both meetings start at 10:00 a.m. M,.. Oleeta Hardenbrook' .to returning
Mf In Hampton. Is i '
pMjt participating
t' In, At the close of the I
L meeting a pink sad today Thursday, after attending a Service lathe first"
turn of Force to Germany
Mrs. Carl Hoist, representing' the white sheet cake, chicken salad sandwiches Representative Training dam for It.1
UUBTOROWU) starch.. to be held in 1-
"Senior Citizens Club", gave a brief and and coffee were served 'by the Continental Telephone Co. In Atlanta for winter.REFOROGR. .
serious talk to the club telling them how hostesses, Mrs Lane Tenly and Miss three weeks. I:
to keep in better contact with those who Rosa Lee Moore. 79. a strategic mobility
live alone. She stressed tier deep concern exercise demomtratee the U.S. eapabill : 1,
and Mrs. Dove Byrd of Battle '
ty to move by air and '
sea to
for a recent death of local resident who ,
a Creek Mich.,were vieilinj Mr. and Mrs.
rapidly In crisis situation
was dead In his horn three day before P.r Onat Homer Btearns on Thursday of last The Referger unit a Join U.s units *U .: I
anyone knew It She explained a cooperative week. I
toned in Germansod f
allied elements
P r program with the police whereby a :
for the exercise. tan area between Nor i I'
concerned citizen can get help from them Mrs. FJ. Shaw and Mrs. Charles Schaf- Misse* Jean Mundy and Sharon Sot- them ...>-Wuerttemberg and Eastern :
In daily calling to check on a: person fer were visiting Mr. and Mrs. George ford of Tallahassee spent the weekend at Bavaria. ;r
whose health or welfare might be at Eaton In Inglewood and spent several the Mundy cottage at Kingsley. Lake. Army National Guard and Armv I 1
R yV" M1 txr+ I days; at Ssnibel Island this week. Reserve units also are Included in l!
{ The highlight of the program was the Cecelia Terwlllegar hid as Sunday '
showing of aver,. interesting and Mrs W.H. Thomson leaves today. guesta Mr. and Mrs. James E. BroyhiU. .Reforger. .rel., one. .of. NATO's largest annual I I
i.. ((Informative) film called "How' to Lose Thursday for ten visit with her Sr..of the Broy hill Furniture Factories of ,
days son- The soldier is a member of the 1st Armored i
Your Best Customer". The film was in-law and daughter Dr and Mrs. Lenoir, N.C. and their son-in-law and
,, shown by Jam. B. Cooper of Continental Jacobs In Roslyn. N.Y. They will spend daughter Mr. and Mr. Willard A Conner Division in Germany. :, f
''A' Telephone. Co. In Stark He was some time skiing In Vermont. of Belle Aire Bluff. Fla. .'it
assisted by Ms. Lisa Durrance an ,
employee who cam here from Donation*
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington and I
vill, Ga. to help show the film. The film
daughters of Ormond Beach were Sun
dealt with the showing; of proper and day guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Sey Honoring Our EmployeeOfTheMonth
improper telephoning procedure a* practiced mour.
In a large business office. Main
thrust of the film seemed to show that a Mr. and Mrs. John Csllowsy (the
business man was much better ff U he former Ruth Broadway) have; moved e e e e. .
made his own call personally unless he from Crescent Beach to the former
had very efficient secretaries and other
Broadway home on U3301-N. Her daughter
co-workers. Otherwise, even emergency Miss Suil Broadway of Tampa Iaspendlnsever.1 .D
calla don't go through properly, and you days with them. J
I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Siblcy could lose a prospective customer, or '

ElbertSibleys Celebrate maybe a current one. After the movie Mr. Eula McRae a patient In North '. J ,{If'
; Anniversary some telephone booklet called. Florida Regional Hospital. I "-11.' :
' "Telephone Tips" were pased out to the
: Mr and Mr. Elbert Sibley celebrated white tapers. Cutting the cake were Mrs. member and visitor j F.H. Kramer spent last week with Mr. I : .
their 80th wedding anniversary Sunday, P. C. Mabry of Lake Geneva and Mrs.Grace Feb. H' and Feb. 22 were act up a* the and Mrs. Lyle Kemp at New Smyrna :s'
Jan. 28. at a reception at their home in Searle. Mrs Jesie Lee presided at next mixed craft workshop.People with Beach. The
Kemps were Sunday
evening &
.: Theresas given by their son-in-law and the punch bowl. crafts are Invited to swap and share at dinner guests of Mrs A.J. Barry when &j I1.
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Johns I ...
and daughter, Christ*, of Starke. The buffet In the dining room held a they brought Mr. Kramer back. ..'...... .
long centerpiece of mixed flowers,and at ;
Strawberry Queen
Wade Winkler
with of
The refreshment table was covered other points of Interest In the party a group .
students from Santa Fe College -
with a white cutwork and lace cloth over rooms were similar arrangements of mix '
Pageant To BeHeld spent last Thursday to Sunday skiIng \ '
flounce. 1'j
a pink Centering the table was a ed spring flowers.Approximately .t. .
tall pillared cake decorated with pink at Sugar Mountain, N.C.Mr .
green and yellow florets. Flanking the 60 guests calld between March 24 .
cake were two silver epergnettes holding the hours 3 and S p.m. Out-of-town and Mrs. Gerald Moran of Kings! 1 ....:'
arrangements of yellow miniature pink guests. were Mrs. Harry Nadeau, Mrs. B. Application for the 10th annual ley Lake spent Monday night in Tallahassee
carnations, rose heather, yellow, C. Powell and Mrs Sandy Arroyo of Strawberry Queen pageant are now being and attended the presentation FSU 01Beethoven'a
lavender and white .pompons. and tall Miami. accepted for the pageant which will ninth symphony by the
orchestra where their Steven
be held March 24 at 8 p.m. in the Bradford son plays
the string double b....
; Madison Street Youth Sweetheart High School auditorium.
; Applicant must be residents of Bradford .
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early were in Sanford """ ,
'. County or a student In the Bradford
Banquet Held Feb. 9 County school system and between the last Tuesday and Wednesday visitIng ; ; t tc ;
Mr, and Mrs. Amos Sanford. '.'
entertainment was provided ages of 16 and 21. "",,;I .
Blalock. pastor of New Oak Because of such great response In the %
Church in Alachua and past years the first 20 application will D
1 be accepted Instead of the usual 15. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwlllegsr attended .
I pictures were taken'of each Contestant will be judged on the. the annual Ford Winter Dealer
Mrs. John Rlggs and presented basis of beauty, poise and personalityand Meeting at Las Vegas, Nev last week. Mrs Pauline Grant d
as they left. will compote In evening gown., bathing
were provided by Mrs. suit and sports. wear Mr. and Mra. O.G. Strayhorn of
., Mrs. Marie Siemer,Mr. Sponsored by the Junior Woman' Wildwood were Sunday visitors of Mr.
Christmas and Mrs. Gary Club of Starke prizes this year include and Mra. M.F. Hazen. %\ -
; Mr. Rhymer Howell and Mr. scholarship worth S800 to Barblxon
prepared the food assisted School of Modeling. Mrs. Mac Baldwin who has been a patient
; Riggs. Mrs. Edward Rlppl- Deadline entries Is Monday. March In North Florida Regional Hospital E f
Mrs. Ralph Morgan assisted in 12. Interested applicants should contact, for two weeks Is expected home today Of Starke
Mra. Chris Wilson, phone 9644210 or Thursday for further convalescence.
young 'people enjoyed Mrs. Shelley Mareheie, 964-8805.
with eight adults which in Application are available at Mitchell.
and Mrs Charles Swartx. Drug Store and Bradford High School.A .
Mrs. Eddie Blalock and youth Coke party for the contestants will .
/\ ) and Mrs, Edward Christmas be held March 17 at the Starke Golf and

. : : I, ;i ., ,-, T'Mrs 1'I".:CsrV,Pm-if'--: O'Steen.r-V, ,, .,., .. Country Club. '7'
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{ tJ'.....r"., .................. She 9s a Million $ Mom ..................

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.''' BCTSfeff writerThirteenyabMMgqfA6argantott
it ,'(r.' North Carolina, a
'';.J mall eastern AftpatoetriM community a sandwich

shop opened up alongside a service atalbn on 'Interstate
40. '
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So what?, you may say. but the next time you sink
your teeth Into a medium rare T-bone at Starke'anewest

rtl' i .jj dining establishment. Western Steer, you're ,
/ putting money Into the till of a multi-million dollar ,
,, ,
I I business that represents a classic rags-to-riches story. 4
( F.lla'Mom' DIgh,72, was In her 30th year at the Alba f

Hosiery Mill, when, at the age of 59, she quit' and
I I devoted full time to the small srfndwlch shop. You see.

'Mom's' husband 'Pop' DIRK, and her son Marshall
i / Digh were running the service station, but on Ute side

they were curing four or five country hams a year.

Without enough time to eat all the hams, the Dighs

t decided to open the sandwich shop,and the Morgantoo ; ,, ,
u business has burgeoned Into a corporation that grossed

1 $90 million .last year, with the largest single profit
maker being 43 Western Steer restaurants across the
southeastern U.S. Seventy-two more restaurants are M
under construction.
,; : ,
i- :'f';'.r..t.6 rt Marshall serves as president of the corporation,

:,, while another son, Ronnie, is sales manager of a ham
tit processing plant in Claremont, N.C. that now cures
about !1.MO hams a week. 'Mom' is the figurehead and l
half of the namesake of the company, and recently
,. sy
she and a training crew of five were at the Starke

s restaurant, only the third Florida Western Steer.
tie. ,., : Ella 'Mom' Digh

Harry Hatcher and L.M. Norman are co-owners of

the franchised! Starke restaurant, putting a $13,000
--I.*MW from tt*tt*........ franchise fee in exchango for the use of the up Western

Steer name, blueprints for construction and
English photographer Richard Parr, compiler of the picture book of American courthouse, la pictured .,..lnBab.ekround a for running the restaurant according to the corporation's i ... ,
of some of the architectural (em* lalllin use around the country. Par and 23.ulsl.nla photographed 1.300couna pollc es. All the costs of the operation fell ,.
I' courthouse but only acme 300 were Inured In his book. Bradford County 1902 courthouse, now being restored, Hatcher and Norman, and the mother upon p, ".,.
I was among thorn chosen for Ill history and distinctive sifts of.rcllll.dllre.lIl. also lilted In the national register of historic three percent of the restaurant corporation sales. gets
I sites, and will be shown In an exhibit of Florida courthouse displayed In III* Slat capllol at Tallhaaaee during gross ,.
Marth.I p
'Mom' and her'family' and training crew employees

keep a busy schedule going to each new Western 1 '
; EDITORIALThroughout Steer, training new employees for a week, and then i ,
County Agents moving on. Lake City was the point, but a x r" ,
.,(;J long-needed flight home to North Carol took priority a
the country the houses, noting that they not on Notebook before the fourth Florida restaurant would open. I Iti d dr
restoration of fine old I
buildingsis ly are ehock-tull of history, but
capturing the imagination of are also sturdier than anythingbuilt .. The training crew leaves no Job) to chance while 4 r
the American people, accordingto today, and often can be successful briefing new restaurant.employees Ned on every Sigmon aspect is the of running training a

a recent feature story in the restored for less than the cost to Taylor supervisor, and specialists instruct workers in their -

Chicago Tribune. build a new one. specific area. One teaches waitresses, another trains +
Phone: M4-4ZM meat cutters and grill men, and yet another trains new

According to the Tribune The "battles" now being employees In the art of preparing salads, desserts, and

report, all of a sudden, and probably fought to save old courthouses In cashier work.

as a result of the nostalgia sometimes involve picketing A break in the weather will cauM a lot 'Mom'ls the motivating force in the group however.An p?

: craze and preservation-mania, letters to the editor, and at of activity out In the field and around evec-emlling face belies the intensity! with which

: "the old county courthouse has tempts to get the buildings plated the home and garden. Folk will start 'Mom' and 'Pop' built the mini-empire. ,
land preparation for crops, and some will
been rediscovered. on the National Register of Nt a date for feeding spring vegetable.. ,
"We've put I in the hours. When the restaurant first
Historic Sites (which
"Courthouse buffs preventsthe opened it was in bed at four in the
are comingout morning and then
up !
folks be grill
Most will fertilizer
of federal funds for their soon buying man Jimmy Prevatt
use again at eight. Once the
of the woodwork The for their garden, and some of the people ate at our place, the a kick out of training supervisor Ned
I demolition) or having them word spread fast 'Mom'
Tribune said-photographing, question I have had Indicate need for Sigmon's bread flipping.
I documenting, and declaring how declared local or state land- more Information about fertilizer'
marks which sometimes forbids Soon alter opening Mom's home-made food, Dag-
county courthouses reek with wood Ham sandwiches, livermush, and hot dogs were Fish Houses
All plant must have food for growth. two cafeterias, and two Mom's Kitchens
razing altogether.One the talk of the area, and the restaurant began interferlng
history and a dignified beauty
Once plant use up the food stored In the later, the first Western Steer opened its' doors in Hic
with the service station's business.
that is often lacking in more well-known architect iced, they must obtain lufficlont kory, N.C. in 1974.

modern buildings.A amount from the soil[ or other medium In
quoted by The Tribune, thinks which they ar* growing. There I II some So, like any enterprising new businessmen, 'Mom' Overseeing a company that grossed over $90 million
"it would: take a poet" to really plant food In most all soils. But most and 'Pop' expanded, building a iD0-seet restaurant last year hasn't changed 'Mom' one bit, she doesn't
recently published explain to people what these old garden soils do not have enough. We next door to son Marshall's house, known, of course, as think. "I don't think I've changed any; I've still got my
Mom and
beautifully illustrated slick buildings mean" He is grateful must add plant food In the form of commercial Pop's Ham House. .old"friends on Lake Norman,when I have. the time, that

paper bookentitled "CourtHouse" I for the efforts of one Kiwanis fertilizer or manure. The fen "', r' **We offered all the food'you can cat 7ora is. v '.

was cently compiledby tilizer recommended for most garden* : but people thought Pop was a Jittle,touched offing the"> ; ); ; }\\
English photographer, Club, which commissioned a loll i I. called mixed fertiliser. nun&\,\A. restaurant (in the'' middle nowhere;' but six p months,?;.t wry painting of the newly dolled up be placed on the soil where plant roots Mom's such a success? "I've always had real good
later had add
Richard ,we to another 100 seats;said Mom.
Pare, who sent a team courthouse of its town, and with[ can reach It. Spraying fertilizer on the food and I've' always been clean. The first time the

all over the U.S. photographing the money made from selling leave. Is not suggested except for correcting Highway travelers from out of town wanted a Mom health inspector looked at our sandwich shop, he gaveus
these symbolic structures. The minor element deficiencies. a 97Vi out of 100, and we've never been a point lower
I reprints the club has set up a and Pop's in their town after eating there, and Mom '
than that: said Mom
1902 red brick Bradford as she prepared to leave for her
County museum in the courthouse attic Pop decided to incorporate and sell stock. With( a flight home.
courthouse was chosen to be staircasenow Material applied to the soil to furnish six month deadline to sell, all of the offered Mom and
among the 300 in the nation where a wrought plant with nutrient element, except Pop stock was sold Just five days after It hit the mar-
leads up to the clock tower. animal manure and other organic ket. Not much time to stay home, though, the opening in
for this
finally public For a small admission fee residues, are called, "commercial fer Lake City is this week, then there's the new one in Ala.
tion. citizens can climb those stairs tilizers". The nutrient elements most Well, it didn't take long for good home-made food to bama, oh, and the one in Lousiana. No, 'Mom' hasn't

and look out the entire likely to be needed on moat soils are become profitable. Three Ham Houses, 14 Steak and changed she's jUst worth mUllons of dollars now.
Pare and 23 other nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium.
j photographers traveled the county from the old courthousethat These nutrient are alway given in this
still "sits in the middle of order In the analysis shown on the fertilizer FORESTRY
country for two years, things:' bag. For example,a"8-8-6" I Ia a fertilizer UFO Expert
photographing 1,300 county containing 6 percent available

courthouses full of worn judges' This story is reminiscent of nitrogen; 8 percent phosphorous, and 8, ifl; IN BRADFORD COUNTY
benches, ornate stairways, and percent potassium. 1 ; By Tint LaBelle. At Library
the one that used to be told by
yellowed records of
deaths and marriages.The small boys who said that from Other elements ar* needed by plants '
the tower of the 1902 Bradford but rheas are usually present In the tailor
County courthouse "you can see are needed only in relatively minute To some, the passing of a wet and cold Using a soil auger or a posthold digger Have a close encounter of the best
project turned clear quantities. They can be supplied in the winter as we are now experiencing an dig hole 15 to 24 inches deep and kind at the public library!
photographer Pare into a county Kingsley on a day..astory fertilizer where needed. Most of ourgudee : ordeal that w. wish would soon be over. about 18 Inches apart around the drip
courthouse nut-"the history we have always doubted soils ar*acid and lime or dolomite To other, though, I it is perfect weather line of the.tree the( area beneath the Come and hear Mr. C'.W.
into Those but never wanted to risk the is needed to correct acidity( and supply for planting a tree in one's yard. With end of she longest branches) Stackhouse speak on UFO's aerial
seeps you. buildingsseem necessary climb to find out. ufflcient quantities of calcium and February almost half over, the tree plan phenomena research and the United
to touch a responsivenerve magnesium. ting season II I In it* final day*. This Distrlbute-the fertilizer equally among Nations-free at the Bradford County

," he said. As other courthouse Efforts started the should be a signal to you to get that tree the hole., then fill the hole. with good Public Library on February 16, from 4
buffs have done, Pare were by Commercial fertiliser should be ailed" and put it (in the ground before it Is too oil. A mixture of equal parts of topsoil, to 4:45: p.m.

discovered that tax records and Bradford County Historical In garden to supply 'an abundance of late. sand and peat moss II I good for filling the
Board of Trustees several years mineral nutrient, to loon production) hole, as it provide aeration and water Mr. S'tackhouse is the brother-in-
marriage licenses are only partof When have the tree and about law of Mr. Charles
ago to preserve the 1902 courthouse of satisfactory crop. of high quality. you are access. McCullough of
the history reflected by an old for its beauty and continued Manure la an excellent source of organic to plant It, there are a few rule you Bradford County He serves as the
county courthouse. The way the .natter for garden soiU and usually is a. should follow.The first and most Important Don't forget that watering, proper assistant director of Intercontinental
building looks-be it grand and usefulness. The exterior good source of nitrogen and potassium! i la to plant the proper tree species mulching pruning, and, on occasion Galactic Spacecraft UFO Research

stately, .,r frilly like someone's work was completed three years but I* .low in phosphorous. Nutrients the proper location.An example eta common spraying, can make that tree a sight to and Analytic Network: and is a
Aunt Tillie ago, and a major portion of the from manure are more slowly available)! mistake Is the planting of a large behold. member of the National
on, her way inside work has been accomplished than !in commercial fertilizer Th* high; tree next to a building or under power Investigations Committee on Aerial
to a tea party-tells us what people availability of nutrient, especially: line. This can cause severe problem a,. For more help pleas call your County Phenomena. The American Institute
in that county once thought although a con nitrogen in commercial fertilizers II I few year later. Forester at 964-8280, ext 219.4HNeW8. of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and
siderable amount still remainsto theUFO
justice and goodness should look very Important In vegetable growing. Research Associates.
like. be done. Even when manure I* used on the garden: Next,. general rule of thumb used by
It I la dealrable to apply a complete commercial I many people* to dig a five dollar hole Mr. and Mrs. Stackhouse call
The Tribune fertilizer containing nitrogen' J tor a one dollar tree. The tree should be Bethlehem, Pa., home and will be
remarks that to An encouraging boost for this
phosphate and ;ow''". I placed at a depth equal to, or lightly visiting the McCulloughs for a few
people in those times the court- project has come from the W.T. greater I than, how it was grown at the days. Don't be 'out of sight for this

house was a symbol of the coun Weeks Chapter. U.D.C. which Fertilizer are available with a wide lunery. In poor soil it I Ia recommended County Dr. Pennlngton Agricultural will Building be at the Bradford interesting presentation on UFO's by

ty's prestige. If it was not contributed $300 to help with variation In the amounts of nitrogen, that the hold be extra deep and wide. Feb. 1?. at 2 p.m. for a Horse Saturday Health Mr. C.W. Stackhouse.

beautiful and Impressive then the expense of correcting and phoephate.; and potash. Most commercial t fhl I* *o that a richer soil may be used Clinic. 4-Her with horse will receive a
M; replaced the soil
removed Com
land investors visiting the area replacing some overloaded wir- grades show specified amount of minor the discount on such service. aa tub worm -
pete job by -
having a slightly 'ItIY6t'i
element The kind of fertilizer to concave AM -
use on E
I ing, vaccination. Test
Coggin etc. Dr.
might think the county not wor: ing in the building. The UDC is a garden will depend on the soil type and ted around the trunk of the tree. Pennington will offer the same discount
thy of their attention and interested because it would likea the treatment of the lolL
go previous If plenty of good loll is used for to any 4-H'er coming to hi* office bet i ,
elsewhere with their money place to store and display {its I lackfiUIng newly planted trees, the tree ween the hour of 9 a.m. to 12 noon on

records and artifacts of the Civil In. home garden where many kinds of I ire not likely to need fertilizer for the Saturday, Feb. 17th. This service offer* Calamity Jane, the. Wntsm

The court house project War period for it is planned to vegetable under intensive are grown culture In, a it mail become area I Irst few year alter planting. When the you a fine opportunity to keep'your hone folk hero, was married a
began as a researchdocumentary establish in growth doe slow down and abe leave healthy. dozen times.
a county museum a
to that
".all of the necessary suggest practice are look a little paler, it would be a real boost ,
of the Such widely adapted and will be
portion building. wti.4etoryor
{ to; the tree to give It some fertilizer. This
negatives now belong to the the that have large nutrient ,
contributions will be welcome crop requlrements. -
should be done in the early month of the RJO
Library[ of but will ,
Congress-and evolve not Injurious to ,
from other organizations and in
ed into an attempt "to persuade those with the lowest needs. U Ia I posit 'Iar.H.r.
people that these dividuals who would like to havea bl* to use too much fertilizer and tku injure f t| Ia I how to go about lpMeuure !
buildings ijjiiipt
are tM mi
part in the nationwide move crop ,
worthwhile Mla+staoc
"People used ,
ment to save these memorableold the diameter of the trunk 8
to tear them down without a We have a good garden dreular that o
buildings that can never be fee above the ground; use 2 pound of .
second thought. the Tribune covers amounts,kind and way to apply i \I B-10-5( for each inch of diameter.
said. "Counties grow, Old courthouses replaced once they are gone. fertilizer for vegetable Call or come by { 1-pound coffee can hold about 2 pound 'Ir10 BOB O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER
your County Agent's. office for your copy. .
L become cramped and t I of fertilizer. Publishers

drafty. County residents beginto If you would like to become a

pine for something bright and "courthouse buff," as an individual .. i i Published each Thursday: and entered as a cond Class Matter
or a group your con ? .
new. tribution may be sent to The 1 r at the Post Office at Stark; Fla. under Act of March 3, 1819.- !;, '

1 After the razing of several ar Bradford County Historical -::--: + : (

chitectural masterpieces the Board of Trustees P. O.DrawerA. ... .a.r r Subscription rate fc-r trade vie *7 Per Yetir: M Six Months

National Trust for' Historic SUrke Fla. It will help keep A.., 7t..s. Outsld' trade area: *9 Per Year: *4" SW> Months. .

Preservation launched a campaign the 1902 courthouse in the manner ;

to convince county com to which .it was accustomed; The driest spot In the U.S. I I. in touthwett" ,' ".. Arizona, which. had, a 30 v,.r Phone 8e4-8305 ., ", ,' -Stame; Florida

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: Bradford'. Tornadoe broke out of a ao much when both teams had 19 field From that point on It was all Bradfordas The winner wa the tame but the point .......". I JI
the home.towners spread tMfe their. spread much different than when the two
six game losing rut at horn. Friday night goals but really we had 17 foul. called onus
I with unerring foul hooting providingthe and they had 20 ao It wasn't bad. We offense out and siezed control of the club last met December 14 In Starke. In i.
against a Colt team that could that go-round the Tornadoes fought the
edge of victory over North Marion juat made the front end. of our one and game no It "
I Saturday night fourth ranked Clay ones and got a lot of chances." longer find the range. fourth.ranked 'Devils from start to finish ,. ,
topped BHS 55-40 to leave the Tornadoes The Tornadoes got 24 charity stripe Frazier Baas streaked down the lane before IllIIng30.31.,, p ,
with a 615 won.lat mark with three chances the last half hitting bottom on twice for tour pointa. Ills first two points Even before Saturday' contest BHS "' ta
gamea to go before district tourney time. 24 to finish the game with a net-stripping came on a layup the second two on foul cage coach Warney Adkinson joked that
BHS' last games ire all at home.next 86 percent accuracy mark from the line. shots. Ilolli then swiped a NM paaa and his wasn't the game in which an'upset
week. Santa Ft cornea to Stark. Friday, Of ten onti.and.one oppurtunitiea Brad beat the defense downcourt for a layup was to be, w
Feb. 16, Ocala Forest vlaita Saturday ford hit nine front end and nine back and then fed Curtis Shell for a 12 font / .'
Feb. 17 and Gainesville Buchholz I. the ends to total 18 point In a bonus aituation baseline jumper. Just that quickly the 'We're going to wait until the district as
opponent Monday. Feb. 19. All games *. BUS' last 12 point. were from the game was 47.36 with 4:42 to play and Iii tournament to beat them." said Adkln-
start at 8 p.m. after 6:30 p.m. JV games line In a game that was 85.30 Bradford'sway the Tornadoes had to do war hit' their son, who has a good natured rivalry with l
The District 6 AAA tournament tipi after three periods b ut turned into free throw to ensure the vlctor -and hit Clay coach John Neely that stem from -,.
off Friday, F.b. 23. with Bradford a blowout In the last stanza.A their freebies they did. the Tornadoes history of upsetting F
meeting host Palatka and top.seeded follow shot by Miller and a 16 foot Bradford hit eight of 10 foul shots higher-rated Blue Devil teams In postseason
Clay taking on St. Augustine The final la jumper buy Ed Hamilton Ihad given the down the stretch-.Including Its last six play. 1.I, .'.,
set for Saturday night. Feb. 24. at hungry Tornadoes a 4.0 lead In the first "That was some 'pretty fair country In Saturday night' game the' early .
Palatka High. minute but North Marion's Colt. were foul shooting" Adklnson repeated "I I 'Devil spurt killed hope for an upaet. fIT
just a* win.starved with their 3-13 record guess the 100 foul shot we've been BUS played Clay to a 10.10 tie In the second "
IIIIS 6J: .NM 49 and fought b ack to make a tight game of shooting In practice paid off." stanza and "won" the fourth ', \ .
It. Miller was good on nine of 10 foul shots quarter 13.12 but was never really In the .
Kevin Miller came out of a slump with The high.leaping Colt led 16.IS after while Bass bucketed seven of eight of his game with the lead too much to surmount % ";
a 17 point-17 rebound night, Fred Hollia one quarter but Ilolli entered Ithe game 15 footers from the line In finishing with against the taller host, Clay ran its a......
came off the bench to hand out eight and immediately began to feed teammate 11 points. Hamilton supported Miller In mark to 22.3 with the win.
assists and the Tornadoes netted 25 of Miller ajid Hamilton inside to side with 13 point and 11 rebound BUS center Kevin Miller had another .' ."
29 foul shots to beat North Marion 64 49 pump Bradford into a 2522 halftime while Shell and Hollia hit for eight point leading performance finishing with 18 -" : :' ,. .
Friday night at BHS. edge each points but the Clay big men 6-8 Kevin '. ',: ... /. -. f'I.' 'Iti,
NM..it < s it- aSH ; '.
and 63 Kelvin combined '
The win punctured a six game losing It was a five point game a* the teams II 1010 Jlil Gainey Huggins, .,' \
string for BHS that dated back to entered what became a racehorse fourth NM .. W..... 7-0.14. r.,l...*... Cor*.* 4-l-..H... for 24 point. Frazier Bass just missed (" .'. .
January 12."It's quarter. Four foul shots by Hollls and .1. 1I 11 C. Th..... 0 2.I. J. fh._. |..-I. T...l double figure for Bradford with nine ,; : -; "" )4t ..
good to win one after that long,"' Miller opened the spread to 39.32 with ".II l..I. II 4tSMS point, while Ed Hamilton had six and c "
M.mlll.n 4.1' 11. Mills "' 17, Belli .05
understated a smiling Bradford head 544: to go aa Gene Harris the game's c._. S-4.4. .... 2.'.II" ,lh.ll 4Imr..11,T.talIf Curti. Shell five for the Tornadoea.SHI : .. a.., .'.,
coach Warney Adkinson after the win, hjigh point getter with 22 markers canned >(tot It a, ," "
'It looks kind of bad us beating them by two long jumpers. Ili 1111 ...* .- ..',"
C/., 14 I* If 111
Clay 55 .IUlS 40
Clay's fourth.ranked Blue Devils slit .- Mllto' S-I.IS. **..1.S-*. .....1..... *.*.*. shaft' In a scene that typified Clay. High's 55-40 win over Bradford. 6-fool-8 Blue Devil
grabbed 014. crass e-1.. U* 0.*.5. M.lll. S-0-*.. ,.... center Kevin Gainey, at right and 6-2 Clay forward Kevin llugglns. number 20. loom
14.4 lead and
a quarter cruisedto .
a 15 point victory over Bradford on ir.140.cl. ...K.....Miinln .-..'2. emery M-ll' Onhk tall over 5-7 Tornado ..uard.Fred Hollis. I
Real EstatewS wS\\ their home court in Green Cove Springs sloe, tmMi, s..... MM.". 1-2.. v_. a-s-t. ....'"
\ Saturday night. 1(4. ....!"HutSlm I.H. T.M.166/1. I

Salosman CoursoAs Tornado Golfers Open at Home Against Buchholzteam I.

Head Coach Warney Adklnaon says which finished 13.8 and took thirdin BHS coed to ever make the state girl 1'7'BHS SOYS COir
Required By The Fla. Real Estate Commission. varsity golf at BITS is "just about at the the district tourney will make the tourney. She came in 21st in a field over (H I* home A I* away, all notches at 3
bottom of the well" because of the ahort.handed team competitive 60 player. p.m. except.opener which starts at 3i30.) ,
Class Will dwindling number of prep golfers in the Richard Gaines and Joey Herrea are Rounding out the club that will face
Begin county but he has just enough linksmen the returning letter winnera. Gaines Buchholz Tuesday in the first teat of a 17 T. .b. 20.. Buchholz H
on roster this year and I ia set to open play fashioned a 38.4 vine hole average during match season are: aenlor Craig Bryan W. Feb.2." .uchholz A
Feb. 20 7-10 P.M. Tuesday. Feb. 20 with a home match his sophomore season in '78 before firinga junior Randy Andrew, and sophomores M.M.r. 1-.' Clay A
against Gainesville Buchholz. 74 to win the individual title at the 18 Luanna Mundorff and Chery Wright. W.Mar. 7., Sok.r A
For 16 Weeks Tee-off time I la 3:30 p.m. at the Starke hole district tournament. At state We're not going to be near a* good a* T.Mar.13-.. U..Ook H
Golf and Country Club. Gaines 7880-158 placed him 41st In a 96 we could have been (If all eligible W.Mar. '''.., O..o..t A
"There just aren't any young golfer golfer field of Florida best prep. He returner were playing), but we could Th.M.r. 15.. o.Park H
M BRADFORD-UNION being produced in this county"Adklnson was the first Tornado golfer In 15 year have a fairly good team" Adklnson T. Mar.20.. Clay H
reasoned after noting that only the to make the state event. predicted. T.Mar. 27- O.'oreat H
presence of two girls on his! boys gold Herrea carded a 41.1 average as a F. Mar.30.. 31.Aug. H
VO-TECHNICAL CENTERFor team will allow him to have more than ninth grader last year and Adkinson says "Either Gaines or Herres could be low M.Ap. 2.. Bokar H
the minimum of four golfers "all the "I think or I hope Joey I Is about three medalita against.juat about anybody and T.Apr. ,.. Polo.k. A
athlete are doing something else and we strokes better than that this year." if the other two scores are around 45 P.Apr. 4- U...Oak A
Further Information Call 964.6150 don't have any young golfers" Three lettermen from last year's (four score combine for a team total) M. Apr. ,.. O. Pork A
He does have four boy. and two girlson quad decided to work after school we'll be alright." T.Apr. 17.. rolo.... H
Limited Enrollment his squad this season..and figure/ the rather than play their senior seasons. "Palatka (defending district champs) P. Apr 20.. 1..ld. H
return of two key player.from.. the 1978 Lost by graduation was Claire Turner and Ocala Forest probably will be the on- T.Apr. 2.... 10.ld. A

, I 3; W. R played all year,with the. Bradford 'iI, )" teams.;.tbakwm.b" 19 WiUj ,ouUjwe.can Thurl. April 2..DI.trld Teurn.men6. .,
first \ pIA"rh: (Itt I ) 'aNawt..k.F1. '!FhrRT IIIt!, h,,,,.. I
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!! if We will be closed "1 n JV Cagers Lose to Clay, N M to Fall to 7-11 I

Losing a squeaker 4845 to North BHS outshot North Marion 21 to 16 points. Dwayne McBride added 16 pointa
Monday February 19 1979 Marlon and getting bombed 67-56 by from the field. But the foul ihot line was and Chuck William 6 In a reserve roll
fouls at Clay High the Bradford High another story. The Baby Tornadoes had after Steve Mark fouled out early in the
junior varsity eager lost two and their 21 fouls called on them to five on North second half.Reddish .
record dipped to 7-11 in the past week'. Marion The Tornadoes finally quit had 9 rebounds McBride 7.
play. pressing and went to a 2.1-2 zone to hold Donnell Doster S, Mark 4, and William
"I've never seen boy play ao clean." down the foul call*. 2.
aald Coach Bob Hancock referring to the Still It was foul shots on which North I* .. II <. MN.na
WASHINGTON'SBIRTHDAY fact that BUS la drawing more fouls than Marion kept narrow lead after the first 5eie.d M..tn IS It 14 ..
opponents. BHS was lea successful with period which ended 1010. BHS trailedby '
its 3-man full court press this week one 25-28 at the half, and by five n. Ar5rld. --lt.. Mwh> li.. a.id1.5.
because of foul calls which hurt the points 35-40 going into the fourth 1.|...ll*.1 0.n..1!...*.. +*. _.l|* 145. WIHI_1 1TM -*.

players in both losses. 8:311en In the the .. .. .c..
quarter. With : game N.fiit M.ri.n. DtaHii s-i *- <-*- ** r
Three games remain to the played in scrappy JV five made a run for the win. 7''-22. OWMM *+.. qrmm *.!.S. tmOinm lC1.TMTB .
the 1978-79 Season all at home at 6:30 Leading scorer Kevin Reddish rebounded .-.-.. T.Mta .........
p.m. BHS hoata Santa Fe tomorrow and put the ball back up for a basketat
H night (Friday, Feb. 16)) Ocala Forest this 333 which closed it to 4 -6.then drove
Saturday night Feb. 17,and Gainesville ed the baseline for a shot jumper to draw Clay High 67-BHS IW
Buchholz next Monday night, Feb. 19. BHS within one. 45-46.
The Tornado five has previously beaten North Marion then stalled for over Whistled down by foul call at every
Santa Fe and Ocala Forest but. lost to three minutes until with 33 seconds left turn from the beginning the undermanned
BuchhoU on the road. Dwayne McBride got his hand on a Colt BHS junior varsity was downed 67-56
I paaa inside and Chuck William controlled at Clay High last Friday night when it
I the basketball for BHS. BHS worked again had to play with fewer than five
,North Marlon 48-BIIS, 45 McBride In for a short percentage shot men on the court. .
from the baseline but the ball wouldn'tfall Each team had 22 field goal but the
It waa nip and tuck nearly all the way in and North Marion controlled the Clay High junior varsity had an easy win
but North Marlon held on to a slim point rebound with 20 seconds remaining i in from the charity line where BUS wa*
lead In the final three minutes to take a the game. outgunned 2312. Clay shot 87 foul shots
j narrow 48-45 win over the Tornado JV With five seconds to go the leading to BHS' 23.
,: I s P... aII''I'j'' .. five Ic I the Bradford gym last Friday scorer from North Marion Frank Mc- BHS cam out pressing and had 11
r night Feb. 9. Cray who scored 22 points perfectly timed foul by the end of the first period to
\ "I wasn't aa pleased but I told the boys an Inbound. paaa by BHS and got a three for Clay. .The came official called
I ,'I I was a* proud of them aa if they had last minute layup to make the.final score almost all the fouls on BHS in the first
:Jib ;- won" add Coach Hancock after the 4845. half. When Coach Hancock protested the
", frustrating game in which his charges Kevin Reddish led BHS In coring and official said BHS was more aggreaive and
1 4. were in foul trouble nearly the entire rebounding. North Marlon' tight lone was fouling more. The foula were evened
r :; : game and a* a result, could not use the defense tried to keep Reddish screenedout somewhat la the second half but by that
full court press to !advantage. but the BHS center till scored 19 time BHS was 20 points down had 4 then
I 3 men on the floor, and didn't stand a
-- -- ---
I / chance of winning. The Clay coach wa a
good sport, taking a man off the court
R.al BarB
I 'nny e ni Q each time BHS loat a player to foula.
Donnell Doster the first Tornado to
j ti EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT foul out, went out just before the half and

i ill, waa replaced by freshman Chuck!
is, FAMILY NIGHT Williams, theonly reserve. Guard-
.," playmaker Dwayne McBride fouled out
,, 5:00 Til Closing at 3:42 in the third period leaving BHS
ill ,
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I. I' Drat player. When", Steve Marka fouled
l out the Clay coach pulled a second player
I q: : and the game continued with' 3-man

; HAVE A .team BHS held an 18-16 edge after the first

period even with Clay' 11-3 foul margin.In .
the second period however the foul
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i Blue Devil ouUcored BHS 21-9, scoring
STEAKSPECIAL' 10 straight point and taking a 37-27
I halftime lead. Clay outscored BHS 124 In
99 the third period for a 4943 lead. BHS

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and Tillman. last year's Then r Hom. ":00.
pitching contact hitter that Hartley comes the season,,, :
to get out of the starting Wed.F.b, 21.. 'o'otka' '; '. \
staff leader with ,
blocks a 3.45 ERA, plans to utilize in the ""N' opener. something Hartley and .
will open it's season at will sc t. Mor. 3 Tournom.nt 'a'otko' !
home again head the pitching batsman's spot will get time at the players have been pointing/ y:00
rival Frlday.Feb. 28, against staff but both will miss the first second base. Hartley say a to for a month Tu.s. Mar. 6 Polotko Away 7i30 I
The Lake Butler. four games of the season spot in the outfield will definite "We've known for a month Thur. Mar S .G..vlll.. Away ..:'OO {
Tornado nine, coming off because of academic FrI. Mar, 9 Santa ,. ; \. 10'
1!ii\a dismal 5-18 problems. Iy be held down by Sparks, a that we were going to open with Away Zt30Tues.
: is stocked full
\.of year Once back Kilby will do double. fleet-footed newcomer whose Lake Butler and we know that Mar. 13 Polatko Hom. s30::
i, veterans, some still young, duty as the starting shortstop break on the ball makes him the Toby Dillow will be pitching for Thur. Mar IS Ealt.ld. Away 4:00
-bwho-:Sager played last year and are when not on the mound while best defensive fly-chaser on the them (the little LB ace beat the Tu... Mar. 20 St Augustine Away 7i30
to get the 23 game regular Tillman will play the outfield.. club. Schoening who the Tornado Tornadoes twice last season Fri. M.,. 23 Gainesville Hom. 7:30
ning season lettermen underway.all Seven retur- Norman, who led the 1978 coach says has the during his 14-3 season)." Hartley Mon Mar. 26 Maccl.nny Away 4:00
starters last
make club in runs batted in and clubbed smoothest bat swing on the said. 'hur. Mar. 29 luecho'a' Hom. 4:00
year up the leadership two home runs, will man the team. is also in line for
playing "I really think we can get this Mon. Apr 2 Ea.t.ld. Hom. 4:00
1I a baseball program turned around Fri. Apr i Santo F. Home 7:30
this season. If we go 14-8 or 156 Mon. Apr 'Macc'.nn.' Hom. 7:30
9k this year we'll have done it and I Thur Apr. 12 luchhhola Away 3:30
think that's possible for us. Of Sat, Apr. 14 K..ton. H.lghts Home 7:30
course, with Dinky and Kevin ru... Apr 17 Green Cove Home 4:00 f
out we might get off to a slow Thur Apr It St Augustine Hom. 7:30
start but all the kids realize !
we Sat.
Apr. 21
K..ton.H.l9his Away 7:30 'I ::1
have a good chance to win but at Tu., Apr. 24 Gr..n Cove Away 7:30 I ,:
the same time the know we'vebeen frl. Apr. 27 Lak. Butler
Away 7:30 l l'Mt
down in the cellar and they
I want to work to turn it around."
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]Hiillnm rim, from li-fl In right Dwayne Strickland, Randy Top row,irollll..t. to right Head Coach Mike Hartley, Brett j
I Purado.. Junior Schn''ning. Rill (nods. Dinky Kllb)', Clayton Allen... David Spark. Mike William. Mark Willi..... Kevin: Accepting Applications For Full-Time
\ .rmon, Jeffery Norman Kf ith Norlhrup. Tinman, Doug Rrddlah, Kenny Clark,Ricky Stall..... .

corps lor a team that has con centerfield spot while Reddishis time in both the infield and the Secretary Position.
fidence it can achieve a goal primarily a firs:'-saeker but outfield. Strickland adds depthin
unreached in recent years at may be called on to pitch some the outfield and Clayton Norman
Bradford High: have a solid winning in the early going with Kilby is a second baseman who Deadline For Applying Is March 15,1979 .
baseball season. and Tillman unavailable. "will make contact with the ;
"I'mlooking forward to the Northrup. last season's catcher ball" Hartley notes. ; .", I'
season, I hope the kids are" said who got extra baseball The first spectator activity of
diamond coach Mike Hartley, time In, this summer with the the coming baseball season will Please Contact Sheriff's Office At 964-6280 ,
"On paper we look like a much Keystone Heights American be Saturday, Feb. 17, at 1 p.m. ,
better club than we were last Legion club (along with Kilby), with the first Baseball Parents Ext, 281 For Further Information.
year. I just hope that carries is back behind the plate. Day. .
over to the field."Everybody Goodge and Clark come off "We'll have a scrimmage, -i i ,
knows the outstanding freshman seasons. game in uniform and then have asocial
baseball program's in a slump. Goodge rapped out a .305 bat afterwards for the playersand Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff
I've told the kids we can be the ting average to lead the team in relatives" Hartley explained _-, ? ,
ones to get over that hump. If hitting as a ninth-grader and "anybody is invited, we just :
we ever do it (winning con returns as a third baseman- want to get everybody behind : Bradford County, Florida :'
sistently) I think things are just pitcher. Clark will again be the the program. More support will ,
going to snowball. With the regular second baseman and will just make us that,much better." I'
young players we have we can slide over to shortstop when .:
be set for two or three good Kilby's pitching as well as pitch
years after this one." some himself. Bradford Priohrt Bradford Printers Bradford Prlnim I
BUS 'didn't lose a baseball "Kenny handles himself in the I I Nil
c player to graduation. Seniors infield as well as anyone I've j
Dinky Kilby, Jeffery Norman, ever coached" praised Hartley,
: Kevin Tillman Doug Reddish, who is, starting his third campaign i
and'Keith'N.ethrup'and juniors as Bradford High baseball ,, ..... ... .... ,.. ".".tw..t 'rl. ... ; :, ! Bill G ood1t'' :' ntr'tfVMlny'Ofcff'K'fcll' )) coach!'-ne-'s'smytfth' ''and 'he turns Jr< C i t F Fa
return after starting last year. the double play real well." When You Need Printing'
They'll be joined by returning The other young players will ,
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Williams a junior; and Junior especially in the earlygoingwhen 'VDone'
Schoening and Mark Williams, Kilby and Tillman will be f it
both sophomores. Rounding out missed. Allen may get the call .. "
the sqaud are newcomers David as starting pitcher against Lake -
Sparks, a sophomore; and Scott Butler in the season opener and i'
Allen, Randy Parado, and when he's not pitching he'll) get 1;
Clayton Norman, all freshman. time at third base when Goodgeis Come To The
Kilby, a three year starter, throwing. Randy Parado, a ;e 2'i.
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5 Still Make State MeetDisappointing_ t .'I: '&. lore" 1'{ YwP i----i

Saturday at Regi i:on Meet Rr -q :


Leaves Tornado Wrestlers FifthAfter .N int'l' re

Friday'* preliminary round of championships and withdrew during a place. The slender Tornado 129 pounderwon
the region wrestling championship In regular action encounter jumped into a by pin ov.r Fernandin and I
Palatka the five "big gun" of the BUS 5-0 lead with an early takedown and near Marianna competitor Friday and th.n
wreitlinf team were fitting pretty and fall. Pete, 20-0 coming Into the match reached the finals with a '-1 decision I
the Tornado. had a top five team finiah never could overcome the early deficit. over Patterson of Baker County before
sewed up with hopes of more.. then came To get to the final Henry had won 18-2 losing 2-4 In the title match to Lee Greenof i
Saturday. and 10-0 decision over wrestlers from Tallahassee) Lincoln a wrestler BHS 4 11
The Tornado grappleri, who enteredthe Live Oak and Daytona Seabreexe. coach Ronnie Harris called "the
25 team fray with notion of hauling Bright was beaten by Vanderpool of strongest 129 pounder I've ever seen." Anthony Bright Alan Montgomery
home at least three,and maybe four,five, Seabreeze, a 4.5 loser to Anthony In a Heavyweight Allen Scott war the last
or .ix individual tltlea, were left out In dual meet In the semi Saturday morn Tornado semi-finalist and took fourth In a 1 1ter
the cold when championship plaudits Ing. The lose marred a win string that loaded unlimited division Defending ,' ,...;\ ,.:'

were handed out. The five Tornadoes had grown to 21 matches a* Bright won state runnerup Randall Boyt of Falatka. .
who reached the semifinals unscathed 21.1 and 11.4 decisions over matmen who Scott had upset to win the district I

were knocked Off In on. of Saturdays from Fernandlna and Tallahassee Lincoln tourney the week before, took the region .
final two round but all five till advanced to reach the final four. The Tornado crown over a talent-laden field Robbie '

to the state clasii-AAA meet act for 142 pounder came back to decision Howeof Corwin New Smyrna Beach' 483 pound Allen!Scott 4 1 ,.
Friday.Saturday, Feb. 16-17 In Ft. Bichop Kenny 6.2 In the wr..tl.bacltebelor. sophomore, knocked Scott out in the I
Myer*. edging Dave Barber of Palatka 5-3 emi's aa Allen war disqualified for stalling ( .;..
A* a team BHS finished fifth in the for third place. Vanderpool went on to a with Corwin ahead 72. Corwin wenton Smyrna a tussle before falling 52. In the ,,,i
region meet after being pasted by Bishop championship victory over Wldemond of to the final where Boyt beat him and wrestle-back Todd won a second period
Kenny in the final day. Palatka totaled Baker. Scott went to the wrestle-back. The pin over Bullard of Baker County, He
188 point to repeat a*region champ by a 123 pounder Martin Slocum lost In the Tornado junior deciaioned a 275 pounder wlllln.lly.llmln.ted. not without struggle -
surprisingly slim margin over Daytona finals to a wrestler he had topped twice from Pensacola Catholic to assure by eventual fourth place finisher
Seabreeze, which totaled 182 point. previously this year. Kevin Daniel of himself of a top four finish and the trip to Rettenhouse of Bishop Kenny 4.1.
Clay wa third at 120',and Kenny fourth Palatka mapped Slocum' 16 match winning tale that goes with It. In the consolation "Todd'l gonna be tough" Harris praised
with their 93' point just shading Brad streak with the closest of decisionsIn match Scott wa beaten for the second "he's going to state next year for

ford'a 86. Baker County 75 rounded out the region finals. After the two rival time this year by Scrlvin of Seabreeie, sure" .... ,..-.,. ...,-. ... --.- ... .
six.Henry tied 7.7 In regulation and 0-0 In overtime this time by an 8.4 count. The other Tornado wrestler In the
the top Henry Pete
Daniel was declared a winner by Todd Samons, Bradford' 109 pound field: Billy Green at 102. Danny Nugentat Martin Slocum
Pete and Anthony Bright of tiebreaker rule because the Tornadohad junior, won two and lost two matchea In a 115 Martin Heriey at 149 Johnny
BUS both saw their aeason-long been earned (not penalized) for (tailing region showing that especially pleased Bell at 171, and Ronald Mathew at 189. expected to be pessimistic about his are all winner and we know they CM
unbeaten streaks mapped at the region once In the match. Slocum had Coach Harris were all first round losers In the tough quad-member* chances at the state beat the guy who beat them Saturday" .
showdown and both by wrestlers they cakewalked to the final with 13-1 decision "Todd gave It everything he had and region meet. Nugent came into the event meet, where they'll have to deal not only Harris said, "I really think every one of
had handled before in regular season over a Marianna wrestler a 30-0 really gave two darn good wrestlers a* District 3-AAA champ but was sick all with the beat from this area but also topnotch them has the potential to win at the aUte
meeting.. Pete lost to Rich Lleno of Clay (that' right thirty) win over Seabreeze tough time" Harris noted. week and was eliminated In overtime by' wrestler from the southern and meet. I don't know about the wrestler
by a 9 6 decision In the 158 pound title man, and a second period pin over an opponent After opening with 10.7 decision over Decker of Florida Deaf and Blind. southwest part of the state.Still Harris from down couth but judging from what

match. Lieno who was victimized by the from Pensacola Catholic. a Wakulla wrestler Samons gave eventual After the last day failures at the i* hardly pessimistic I've seen our kid have a chance to-be)
Tornado grappler 6-1 in the district Alan Montgomery: also took second runnerup Richie Gatlen of New region meet mat coach Harris might be "W. had a bad day. but these five kid state champ." '

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Bradford High' freshman Tornadoestook Jackson finished with 12 point to lead
their third win of the spawn with a all scorers while Hudson who Slater said
44-39 victory over Baker County Thurs played his best game In a while, hit for I II
day Feb.8, before running Into buzzsaws nine points and four rebounds, and t 0 / I
from Clay High and Ketterlinua of St. Thompkins scored 10 point and cleared A
Augustine later in the week. 10 boards Diggs contributed five carom
The 1-2 week left Bradford with a 3-10 with his three points. I. e I.

mark for the season.. /
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The Bradford ninth graders have just ..... .. c..... '.2.4, l.lll.., 1.i-t. WM sear
one more regular season game remainingin Willi..... I.0C.... I.I... IM'SSHS -*.
their first season. Monday, Feb. 19, .. JcdiMH 44.l,. H.4iM ..I.'. ia.ehI.Iw -
Gainesville Buchholz visits the freshmanfor 41-10. OrlHU 1H, Tr''n J.*.. DI.,' 'I.'.>. 0ue40 j Mi& mm&mmimm
a a 5 p.m. game. ."..n 000.o.e. 1.5! I,ItawtlM$ o.0.
There is also the possibility that the

young BUS squad will take part In a Kelt.eo-BIIS 45 -ISlFftESH[ SWEET
freshman team tournament later this '=' Q)
month. Bradford led 80 early a* the hosts LETTUCE LARGE FANCY POTATOES

started their second team but the St. TOMATOES(! \
BUS U.Baker 39 Augustine junior high school gradually ,4, 4j ,
caught and passed the Tornado team t1i4 $100A
The frosh Tornadoes upped their 1'' 10d 4ft o'al *
taking 21-17 h.lftim.lead, and pushingthe I 60 : $ "
record to 3.8 but not before visiting advantage to 3825 after threeperiods. A / ; POUND T' ? ; ..

Baker extended the host Bradford club ..... ..
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tot TllllrodaY.J-.Feb, them
the first
I owe. '" .r -. e iTWe were right with In Sll IF-I.D.11.is'
terrible ,
j half but the referee were really
I Faulty foul shooting was all that kept and it hurt us In the second half. They mm COUNTRY STAHDMUSHROOMS
BUS from claiming the win in regulationtime didn't call anything and It was bad for POUND CELERY..
but after scoreless first overtime
a both team but Ketterlinus came out In a .
+ period the ninth grader* bliltzed the third and $139 SAVE 104
trapping press In the quarter ?
Wildcats 72 in the second OT. ;Oy SAVE BOU 2 59C'IXYftA
just hacked our man with the ball and FANCY \eI. STALKS.I .
Bradford led 22.18 at halftime and
took It away. We were fouling them too RED DELICIOUS '
opened up a six point spread in the third
but they got 14 or 15 points just by
quarter with guards Todd Jackson and taking the ball away from ua with that APPLES SAVE too
Scott Hudson and center Eddie Thorn SUNNY DELIGHT

pkins showing the way. Three turnovers press.Scott Hudson ended the game aa hlrh.cor.r SAVE 301! BAKING PLANTERS CITRUS POP
allowed Baker the and the DRY ROASTEDPEANUTS
to cut gap 16 $199
for Bradford with eight points.
fourth period wa. a battle to the wire.The BAG PUNCH COBIN
Eddie Thompkins added seven points POTATOES
Tornadoes held the ball
youngest six and Todd Jackson five
I In their four corner offense through most Jimmy Diggs FRESH REDRADISHES SAVE 30*<<1 SAVE lO d
of the last stanza forcing the visitor to SH S f SM -. .. leu $119 ,. .64ozJAR age 2 La 49c
.. 14 I] II MSHS
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foul but three time Bradford missed .- H.4..i>1..-.. tadiiM 1ITfc.,i..khMl. I JAR BAG
I front ends of one-and-ones, the lilt time OrWIt 1..... Wlnhbr. a-..4. asp '.*", SAVE IOC MX ITSU* ...0 MKS. OOOO TMUM,....IS TMWI....... tl,MT*OUMntT M uHtI........... '
: with two seconds to go and the game tied 5.14.O.d.41.1. Hue***"1.1. CELLOBAG
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I 37-37. '...... ll-4-lt, Twricl, 10-4, L.n..1.1. FRESH FLORIDA -' SAVE IOC.
Neither team (cored In the first OT @
period a* BHS again held the ball but In @ ._ v._.,
I I the second period Bradford hit from the Clay M-.BUS 32 FRESH 3FOR ORANGES TOMATOESCELLO ,
charity stipe and closed out the victory.
: "I could we showed '
guess you say up FLORIDA '
I 1 Jimmy Diggs bucketed the first point V>- Tk *- V.XKICSEALTEST- 8Ava2SeI < .
against them but that' about It, aid O $ OO
I 1 of overtime from the foul line and whenhe BHS coach John Slater after absorbingthe GRAPEFRUIT 10 | .}'tor PKQ OF EFRESH 49C
missed his second chance tea mate lopsided Ions to Clay "they had SAVE 200 FOR .
I Thompklns snared the rebound and popped become the first team to beat Fernan-
I it back In to up the lead to 40-37.Thompkins dina Beach the night before they played
I then hit two for two from the
us and they were still on cloud nine" SAVE god 4 .
foul line and the next time down BHS they couldn't do anything wrong. We L SAVE 304
clinched the game when Todd Jackson were just outclassed, it was one of those s s LUCKY
stole a Wildcat pass. and was fouled as he games. ANJOU POUND "' SOoz JAR
I drove the lane.Jackson drilled both free lead not-too-wide 24-15 at L
Clay'* was a
I throw and it was 44.37 with 15 secondsto halftime but they turned the game Into a PEARS i 39c :. ; LEAF

I play. Baker added a meaninglessbucket rout a* Slater gave all his player game
I with second to go. time in the second half. APPLESAUCE 99C
"The kid showed very good poise In Scott Hudson ended a good individual 2 1 LB

holding the ball for ao long," praised coring week with a 12 point showing FLORIDA t. BAGS ,
+; freshman coach John Slater "We held it while backcourt mate Todd Jackson hit
I I. for about two minutes of the third eight marker and Eddie Winkler had Six CARROTS39c.. PUNCH
: I
I quarter moat of the fourth and all of the points LAUNDRYDETERGENT
overtime* We made them foul ua but lAVE <<1 '
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on justeight SAVE 200
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Tornado Netters Drop First Three Matches' Bradford ',,, \ '10 1:

:T h* BHS bays Waits team,, lost twomsflHi five & R5 .li CIdb Lowe "
: singles matches and then split the eond unit to Stark but still had enough 9
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Johnson hosts Feb. 7.
and Rip Pratt season Wednesday.
were opener
TornseWa downed horses come and Join ua
> 9-1 by every
BHS single' winners. Johnson Chub Johnson was the individual standout -
the second! uoit of powerful Oaineaville Allen nipped Saturday night at the Hoping Club;
8-4 while
High In their opener Wednesday.Feb. 7, 8.2 victor Kilgo Wildcat Pratt was sn easy for the Bradford club In the opener ? Arena just north of the Highway '

"before losing 4-3 squeakers to Baker the number over Warren Luclas in. The left.hsnder scrambled to sn 8-8 Patrol Station on US-301 at 7 p.m. .

.flkunty and P.K. YORK. with/ Tornado three match. Johnson teamed singles win over Gainesville's Scott Barrios a'.ETdkk,. 4atr kry.a..wrs.gN \\'.barrel race have cookouts. trtil 1 ,;
1'f Bradford Is scheduled to visit Lake City win top Steve Crlffis to and then teamed with Steve Griffis ride and loll of good clean fun. ;, .,

Friday Fvb. IS. in its next match against the Bakers number one doubles match In doubles to win Bradford's other point Tr -A', .'w wi.ff The age groups are: Toddler 14.
"before hating Union County Monday Luclas 85. Wayne Kirkland and The Bradford pair toped Bruce Rogers : Ponies 7.10 Small Frv 7-12. Jr. Girts

Tu-rnnnn In the makeup to a previously a.w.t*. 111"_. and Macon Torbin of GHS. 1 1119. Jr. Bovs 13-19.: Powder Puffs 3D'

rained, out, match. .101I._. 1. .... 1111.Mrs SM, P..e M. 1 OrrHl.. er.r ,MI..,..Chub Ii, Number three BHS nun Rip Pratt woe -- and up. Seniors 20-38. Jack Benny 3>
Mill.. _. S.............WI Io.oh. _.Yin._ edged out 79 by Scott Sutherland of and over. ;i'.
: "' I'K\'I.nIlSf: PI_. es(n4h..k_J.ae"al.e Gainesville.M Trophies are given out for each age

The Tornadoot captured! wine In the Or'"'........._.e.. ....... group every month with first through >'a/
top three single! divisions but lost both KII5.MilMrs._ ,.....a.ra..d 5.1. MI 14.K.O* wO>IMI',(" 10"-....I.-.- sixth place ribbons handed out (or "
crucial doubled matches to the MM S-ti tutltfitmKt. O .... P'M UPS r OINk_.. O. each game and age group. January '
GUS 3-Bit$2 mm Mfmmi>4mt S-tt *...... O. _AkrWf*S.e.Owktou IflTS. winners were Ponies-l) Joanna ',
Gainesville In ,
Tuesday afternoon _
OOMIi'MhniM s. S ts.M. Sll.Ummm '
action at BHS. Th. loaded Hurricane tent their s.- KlljlMM. .fl.....Pr"....*krMw 4-1 f L Parramore. 2) Johnny Sicgmond. ;

Steve Griffis, Chub Johnson and Rip Small Krys-1i I Ducky \hncp '
( Kalev. Jr. Clrls-O \
Pratt won pro-let victories in singles for -__ r __' Shelly '
BHS.Griffis topped P.K:.Jim McCauley Lady Tornadoes -3 In Tennis Turnadii number tun man Chub Johnson lashes a forehand in his ale user s P.K. Crawford Underhill' 21> him 21 Griffls.> Tim Richardson Jr. Bo.tInDean .

/9-4 Johnson stayed unbeaten in number i iinxe pls>er Tuesday afternoon, .
I knew Gainesville and P.K. Yonge were" while Thomas won her first match of the After Powder Puffs-l) Li20'Steen.2t Sandy
two singles (he's the only undefeatedTornado Ihree matches Johnson Is the only Tornado _ith a 3-0 singles record and has
going to be tough to beat but 1 didn't season by an 8.4 count. The doubles matches learned Rasters.Seniors-H Gene Underbill. 2)
after the first week) with an llh Stare Griffin tu. airs l_o of three number one doubled matches
asy 8.2 win over Don Pyne. and Pratt think we would be 0.3 right now" said were both close with the visitors Delbert Smith. Jack Benny-1 Gerald

came from down 34 to beat Ron Willis Lady Tornado tennis coach Melba winning by two games in each contest doubles over the two Johnson's.tingles r Crawford. 21 Junior Mersey.
8.4 In the number three spot. Howard ss she reviewed the first weekof with the BHS sides leading at one point' See you Saturday at 7 p.m. ,
Jockel I, Johnson3
ever ;
the 79 season for her girl netters, "we In both matches 'I -
"After we won the first three .Inglellthought
should have beaten ... .. ..... .. Mllis. Mac over Johns 1-3: Infant. S,
had Baker County. ,1 MIIlM P e r .1 a tl M. d. P:
we a good chance to wrap It ,.... _. .. : ever Johnson 1-3: Jones, Mae ever Macy ?
But Baker turned the tables Brad a I1 kd S, (Hwarf aTlllffim| .P.ev ri BHS tl
up but It got away from us, said net ford in on I.P.5.M, The",. S. ...>T.mlln ae. ,., (tiebreaker) KlineMoc, ever Thomas Weightlifters Absorb
coach Mike Sexton "I was pleased with Macclenny Monday afternoon DO.MMI' MlH.f.ll|.t<. P. ..., ......hdun. 1-t S.4.
the play of our first three singles men. edging the Lady Tornadoes ".3 In am.tch H.w.r4.TllliMA' P...*.Th..n.Owfclm s<4. Doubles Jeckel-Inlons., i, aver Bradford High's weightllfters saw Mark Jones.B 23M83-420.

Griffis played a good consistent number and that coupled with losses to GHS Baker j BUS :3 Johnsoit'Jahnson t.. (tle-breeker. ); Miles- their unbeaten record blemished last 163.Alberta. F, 553. Tim Jones B.
one Chub did real) well and Pratt came PKY leaves the Bradford girls team kiln., Mac, over John.-Meey .... week with a tri.meet Ipsa to Fernandma 275 223.500, Moore B, 253.225-480.
winless after three opening mstches. Four matches between the two teams 181 Mae. 543 Jenkins F. 515.
back to win. and Baker County and s tie with North Green
".,...GrtHI..I..,..MC.?.,1-41 Chvb MllIMn, Bradford High will go after the elusive either went to breakers. or were won : (:11S7-iill4O Marlon. Lee.M, 480..198Drown.
.....>PyiM$1;run.|,...,Wlllll S'r;NlwifiMn,PK.vr first win twice next week. They visit by two games and the hoat Lady Talented Gainesville white-washed the
The Tornadoes had In handful B
off ,
days F. 585.
s Thompson.
,........ .
He S ll Ohirhlk' f Hn.I 1. Lake City Friday. Feb.16. before Wildcats won three of the four close ones Lady Tornadoes 70 In
hosting a Wednesday
of classes end'd 300 280.5(10UnlRhoden
OeubUfi. M>Coul,.r-WIIII>. '11. ...r OflHIt' P.." salKI.uln.n weight as they up on
.Pyiw,PK, ...f Johnion-ChueV .leh.... ..., Union/ County Monday Feb. 19. to win ss a team Feb. 7 match at BHS. the short end of a competitive m.tch'.tFernandina Mal! 530 Scott, B,
Janice Jockel won' the number one Singles Rogers, G, over Jockel S-lj
PKY.VBHS2; Wednesday, Feb.7. The hostPirates 2t0.215-445.: O'Lesry. F. 420.
Huker4-niISi: singles match for Bradford 83 over Ron, O, 'In.
Cecilia Infante O over Johns 1-0; Diet ever
and Terri)Thomas earn and Baker County tied with 27
The outcome was the.same in the.Tor'nadoes ed Bradford's Christina Johnson, Cecilia Infante won lenle 1.1: Dell 0. ever Macy !;
only wins of the hay. In. points each to Bradford's 23. .
match at by the same score over Susan Johnson st Schlebler, O. over Thomas.1. The Tornadoes and North Marlon battled I
Macclenny Monday ante, her
winning second match of the BUS took just two first place. In thethreeway
Feb 12. Doubles. Rogers-Ross, G, over JacketInfante .- to a 35.35 tie at the home of the Colts !
week against a single loss, won the Tornado event. Lin Davis stayed
The host Wildcats look three of; the '.0) DIai-Dall O, over Johns- Monday sfternoon. 4
three match
by an 8.3 score unbeaten In the 132 pound class with a
Both teams seared Individual wins in '
tiebreaker decision in number one Macy ,-,. .
season high total of 4J3 and Mike Ricks four classifications" with Bradford top-
won the 123 pound class for BHS with a Martin
placers being! Bobby at 114 with s
320 total lift Tornado Timmy Jones was 293 total unbeaten Lin Davis at 132 withanother
bothered by a leg Injury and was held to sea ion.best 443, Alton Moor r
a a 500 total in the 163 pound class.23 with his first win at 163 on s personal'
pounds below his season best and record 500 total and Randy Thompson

teamates Charles Yeomans and Randy who got back on track with a 590 total ,
Thompson also suffered disappointments.
and win at 198.

r Yeoman.. "bombed out" without mak- Summary] I.

ing a lift I Thompson the Bradford
I S 'I )
Y 114 Martin B. 155-140290, Nugent.B.
High .chool total lift and clean and jerk .
130 140 270. Collet.NM. 250.
record holder was upset In the 198
A -
I23Forsyth NM 365. Ricks.! '
pound division. Thompson lifts totaled 170140310.
560 pounds thirty pounds below hi..ea.on .
132 Davis.B 225.220.4411, Garemore, NM t
best and 25 pounds oft the pace'
410 Little. NM. 360.
set by winner from Fernandina.Allen .
148.Scott.NM. 450. Feasten, NM.390.
Scott took second for BUS with
165.Moore, B, 260-240.500. Johnson NM. ,
a 445 total in the heavyweight classification ,
470. Jordan B. 250-190-440.
and Alton Moore's
480 total
was Patterson.. NM 560. Yeomans. B, J.:
good for third in the 165 pound cia...
283-225-510. Woolen. NM. 500.
Summary: Unl-Willlams, NM. 670. Scott. B. i g

Williams.F./ 383. Willlsms.Msc. 370. 240230470. Swindell. )80-190.370.. t
CENTER CUT BEEF 123 Ricks.B, 170-150-320, Lyons F, 300. I tI
BONELESS BEEF Rhoden.M. 293. The Tornadoes met Baker County at I;

SIRLOIN 132.Davis. B, 220-195-435 Bennet Mae home Wednesday and host Clay County .
CHUcK; POT a 405 Dlnklns. F. 390. next Wednesday afternoon, Feb 22. st j

148 Johnson.! Mac 440 Mobley F. 423 the BUS wrestling room.

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"What makes it bad kjgLbat we're losing to people whq "We've still got this year to think about," Adkia remind l..
aooooooooooooooooWarming I never beaten me befonMfigKe Oak St. Augustine, and Q&fid,, ,a "I think we eoSw win two or three of these last games (North
I l Park had never beateainKd Palatka hadn't beat me line Marion Santa Fe and Buchholz were the intended victims). We
i first time we played thefl M965. They've all gotten a piece of ti! Just want to go ahead and work just like we've been doing.II we
I this year. I "But... at least thee Iii& have a chance to get back at the district tournament and be able to hold our heads up. We're
I teams that are doing it to nip. defending district champs and we want to go down there and play
'. I "I know I'm still proud$them. These kids have worked their like district champs"

tails off this year they've;,never quit. You'd think they were 145as The players go further with their.optimism than their coach."I .
The hard as they practice." i really think we can win the tournament." stated Miller "We
.lii They've practiced hard but they've still lost more than twice almost beat Clay when they came over here and Santa Fe beat

for every three times out. Has it taught them anything' Clay the other night .
-Yeah not to do it anymore snapped junior forward Curtis "Winning that district tournament would really help us for

Bench a ,1E : Shell when asked what losing has taught him. next year."understated Bass.
"It's showin. us we've gotta learn to work harder that will be As said the verdict is still out on this group of basketball
I the difference, said fellow junior Ed Hamilton players. Inexperience is a quality that helps fans excuse losses..,
.._ I "I hate to lose," Hamilton said with a seriousness that made the until next year at the very most though.
,.. : .i;,"L:r:.; I I point clear "I get mad at everybody. I hate it when people saydid "They'll be alright" assured JV coach Bob Hancock the mar
t.\ "_..._ ... J'J I Iccc His first comment was the one most echoed by Tornadoes: games last year and who will supply five or six players from '
With Buddy Coiling 8 d work will make the difference in this year's losing club and next the present junior varsity ((7.11 but vastly improved with a bench '
= =
=====c = season's winner. shorter than the to next Tornado team
--------- --- - even varsity's) year's
"That's what want to do." Hamilton said when advised of because The
Is as some the basketball at Bradford High we "they're losing they're young. greatest thing they're
School crumbling say.under the weight of program the losses in this year's 6-14 Adkinson's summer workout plan, "we need to get a press getting now is experience. You hate to lose but if you have to you

cage season or is it more correct to reason as others do that this defense shoot free throws,and just work hard and"sweat some.If want to learn while you're losing and they're doing that

Tornado team is simply a young one that is suffering through a everybody runs this summer? should be ready In my view Bradford can have a good basketball situation next
down year after a cycle of good BUS teams and before other fine "I'm" going to let the kids decide what will be convenient for year and in years to come if what the coaches and players say is
campaigns them. Adkinson said about the summer schedule "if they wantto true: that they're going to bust tail this summer with nighttime
work from 6:30 to 8 p.m. three nights a week that's what we'll workouts and then and shoot their after team
The answer to that question will have to stand the test of time run on own prac
with next year being a pivotal time-the Tornado roster will be do. I won't be getting paid for it so I'Ulet the kids decide when tice. For whatever the reason BITS just didn't practice enoughnor

virtually the same with junior varsity players filling out what we'll practice get enough done in practice this year to stay on a competitivekeel
"We'll do mostly agility drills ball-handling work and some
has become a slender seven man lineup. with other area teams.
Can losers be winners one year down the road' Maybe the jumping. I'd like to see every one of them get a set of ankle The tools are there for next year. Five varsity lettermen and
answer to that question lies in what and how much is done in the weights and play the whole summer in them like Ha ilton four late-season starters will be back and those are the kinds of
period between seasons. does.Then" we II play some fun games... one-on-one and tw.von- numbers that scare opposing coaches.The loss of three of the top

"We're not going to pack the basketballs away is what we're two. six players during the year put a crimp on this season's squad but
going to do," answered BHS head cage coach Warney Adkinson All agree that practice makes perfect and that more exertionwill helped next year's team because juniors got to come off the bench
when asked for a solution to Bradford's sudden roundball woes solve the puzzle of basketball wins but on the subject of'why and fill starting roles.

"I'll give them a little rest after the season is over but we're going the losses this year" the answers differ slightly. Adkinson expects a couple of front-line players like Curtis
to be out here during the summer as much as they want to "You know I stood in front of them in the locker room after the Shell and Charles Lee to add an inch or two to their frame over
be" Bishop Kenny game (an 85-51 loss) and sat them down."Adkinson the summer.

Adkinson is a veteran coach whose arrival at Bradford High 14 said. I looked at Glen Carter and asked him how much he played The JV record isn't too impressive but the junior varsity team

years ago signaled the start of a decade-and-a of BHS excellence for the varsity last season... he said 'none'. I asked Charles Lee will send up players who will push the boys on varsity now Kerry
in a sport that seldom saw competitive Tornado teams how much he played for the junior varsity last season... he said Fisher Kevin Reddish Steve Marks, and Dwayne McBride in
before. 'not much coach'. The rest of them are just junior varsity players. particular are JV cagers who wil help the 79'-80' varsity.

Adkinson has coached five Bradford High clubs since coming to "I told them you're not supposed to win we're a JV team" Looking further down the road the first year freshman basket
the school as a football-basketball-golf coach from Blountstown Adkinson continued "but If we don't win next year something's ball program under the direction of John Slater is bound to pay
where he built a state title winning small school cage program. wrong" dividends and Starke has a youth basketball program to initiate
His overall BUS record adds up to 85-51 with three district cham "Just being JV players isn't the whole reason we're losing" young players.The .
pionships. That's an average of 17 wins and 10 losses and the win said Curtis Shell who wouldn't buy that alibi "we've all played situation couldn't get much better unless of course you
ning continued for the most part during the years 1968 to 1976 organized ball before we know what to do. I don't know why we granted any coach's wish and gave Warney a couple of six-foot-
when Mike Sexton took the basketball reins. Sexton took the lose. We do good in practice but then in games we fall apart. eight-inch transfer students to work with next year.
Donnie Sewell-Elva Hampton-Sheldon Hodge teams of the mid- "We played together alright last year agreed; junior starter "I can tell you this nobody on our team likes to be a loser," said
seventies to the final four state tournament and to the region title Frazier Bass"I don't know what's wrong this year we just aren't Ed Hamilton "and if we work during the summer and get seriousat
game on another occasion playing like a team." practice every day next season I think we got a good chance to
"Things have changed since I started out maybe I haven't "We just don't play poised'enough in games," offered junior win most everything we play" .
changed enough." Adkinson drawled as he mulled over the disap-- center Kevin Miller "then we get down and we can't ever come This team has the potential to make ammends for their lossesof
pointing year. "I'm still doing the same things like playing a 2.1.2 back for some reason. The junior varsity passes the ball around this season and get Bradford High basketball back on the winning
zone that I was doing when I won the state championship at and runs their offense but sometimes we don't. track. Let's hope they do it.
Blounstown in 1960 and got to the finals in 1962. But I'll tell you "I think'we lose because he (Adkinson) doesn't play the right
I've seen more 2-1-2 zones this season than ever." people at the right time," junior reserve guard Fred Hollis said
"It sure doesn't feel good to lose it leaves a bitter taste with boldly, "and we haven't had enough practices and haven't been I
you. It makes you wonder if you're doing the best coaching job practicing long enough...We need to work more to get better" JV Girls Close Out 9-3 Season
with what you have on hand" the popular coach offered "but "
I that with X talent Bradford High S hool'. JV girls closed they had a good season, praised Head
of limitedas
really keep thinking amount you're
Softball Season Kicks Off in Brooker out a 9.3 season by edging Gainesville Coach Jerry McGriff, "really we were
to how much do. .,,,
you can Buchholx 37-33 Saturday night. just two one point losses (Uo Clay and
Brooker' Rainbow Merchants Softball chants, three Gainesville teams: Super The junior varsity Lady Tornadoeshad Eastside) and a two point loss (to
team will be hosting the tip.off event of Pretzels, Hogtown Merchants, and the romped past Santa Fe SI-28! Thursseason. : Buchholz) away ,/Fomryi, rerf., 120
St Edwards Church Halt the local Softball season with a five team Gainesville Businessmen along. "with aeasw* WUd/VJ at AfcJ bA.\runs
..." .. ''uli. nxmd.robin!: oa -aazndntllturday! ..rebz Gujrnjv'1ofBighSpringi.. I :uiul i A I 4ar., ,4RigR4.,! t W"J"I"eHt!! rn, 9'M'f', that beat us.
24, and are also takinff entries for the 12 Teams interested in entering the outnumberedjust .
BlrrOO' Considering we were BIIS 37.But'h 35
team Brooker Invitational set for the! Brooker Invitational Tournament should about (the team startedout
weekend of March IS.18.Saturday's contact Steve Nipper at 485-1031 after ISp.m. every game and With tarter Janet Williams out due toIllness
the with
Every Saturday 8:00: P.M y.ear eight players the junior varsity BHS squad
lid-lifter will get underwayat played most off the year with six girls)
411 N Temple Ave Slarke. Fla 8 a.m. and .Include Rainbow Mer numbered only five players but with Mae
Hollis striking for 17 points and Tracy
Youth Baseball Set
Registration Hankerson adding 12 markers and nine
rebounds the Bradford team won a
The Starke Recreation Departmentwill August' 1979. revenge victory over the hosts.
be holding registration for Dixie New players will be required to show The Gainesville school led 9 5 after one
Youth and Dixie Boys baseball Wednes- birth certificates upon registration with period but BHS clawed Into a one point
day, Feb. Friday. March 9, with practice order forms available at the health halftime lead, a two point lead after
NOTICE set up for the following weeks. department.This three periods, and held the two paint
Interested players aged eight to 13 edge through the last stanza.
should sign up at the Old 'Armory from year the rec department is hopingto Hope'Jackson scored Bradford's other
8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m.or at frail Street from have a minor league for boys and girls eight points in the game while Louette
3.5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call aged 8.10 as well as one major league for Smith hauled down 12 reboundi.HI .
We Have What You 964.6792 for answers to questions about 1012: year olds with the 10 year olds placed ( 5I3. 10..17
/ MAN this year' baseball leagues. according to their skills. Their still (... silo-.M
1314. Determining date for age is will be a Dixie Boys league for boys aged all,..J..ckM.4.0.(. M.III,..H7.H..k.....t.HI' .
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landing due to the foul weather. David
i.pBRADFORD: Brown and I headed for Orange. Lake the BitS BI -SP2H
BookkeepingSystem Is Your 0 first break we got. The Bradford girls crept out to a slim
) It didn't rain too much during the day, 6-4 first.quarter lead but- reached lull
'- but the wind was a big problem,.especially steam in the second period as they took a.
Boss Anxious late In the day. 21.8 halftime lead and bombed Santa FeIn >
At 6 p.m. all Bassmasters were ready Alachua Thursday night.
For To Get The and waiting for the weigh.in. After all Mae Hollis started her torrid last week
the catches were weighed James Me with a 22 point-18 rebound night againstthe
Books 'Set Up1979 Creary was the winner. James also land. JV Lady Raiders. Teamate Hope
BASSMASTERSRain ed the largest bass of the day. Second Jackson scored 17 points while Tracy
place went to Donnie Evans. .Hankerson added eight markers and
and cold greeted the Bassmasters
For 19791 On behalf of the club I would like to seven rebounds to the victory effort
Cross Creek for their January outing
at copgratuUte{ James and Donnie for their BHS padded its lead in every quarter,
Jan. 27 at 7 a m. performances.David outscoring the hosts 138 in both of. the,
The club was a little late leaving the
1 and I landed about ten jackflsh last two periods. ,
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species. I landed couple: of bass, had my |M ..4 WIIII.4 I..(-.-.15 J...fct..l r-..",,Molll. ''.'..11.H .
FLORIDATtlEATRE line busted. .*nm .(... l...r 0-0-0.. ...,... .-.-.. Tt.. !
Service Station Lumber MillFurniture Earl Muse had his Ine: snapped too. .
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Clothing Store Appliance StoreAccounting Call 4 Walnut Feb. 24 the Bradford
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New Brooker. Council. Council Signs' )

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With its two nrw city officer alien- Lacrosse. Alachua. Ft. White Providence
dinK their firnl meeting In an official and High Springs. Pierce said :N Brooker' Town Council moved ahead 51 The town must yet Interim financing I
rapacity the Broker Town Council met the plan Is to have an emergency frequency Ir. with the town'. planned S150.IMX water from ....mmf'C'f'lallt'nd..... during ihtfcimstructiun
and diitrusM-d he fire department. whereby the above-listed firefighting system project at its Tuesday. Feb 13. period (he amount of the linon: ; ,
chiMil warning lights,and the town'lennl / forces can communicate when regular meeting by signing a slack of (ISJ3.000'IIith the f..d.rlllC..rn..nl to I'
court Tuesday night Feb 13. helping each other with local fires preliminary paperwork dl'allnllIIith the clone the loan with their money. "
New Clerk Linda Robinson and coun "This I I. going to let me be able to get ff'deralltNIn asked for. The Smoker Council unaninuiusly ;
cilman J.C. lUm-ll ut with the board for organized help When' 1 need it," Pierce voted to sign the Letter of C..ndilli. \
the first time Tuesday nlifhl. Kohlnaon told the council, "right now I can't com .. Farmer's Home Administration with intention to comply wiih.allihe'riui.
took the pout of Eva Clark, who did not municate.with any department but our FhHMAi' District Director Wallace Me- dilions set forth.
seek re-clrrlinn and Harrell tonk over own except with verbal communication Cormlck came before the board to explain The board also was asked to sign add
the board pot formerly held by Zoltan at the scene of a fire," t the paperwork, ask for their did UK. five other article by :M 1>-('..rmlck.
Jacob. Pierce also requested the purchase of Gn9f. oar l signature approval and remind the coun I
Discussion! of the town' volunteer new brake for the force's auto car with cilman of the conditions that must be met One approved the' operating budget fo.
department dominated much of themeeting the council deciding to have the fire committee by the town before FhllMA can finalize be at estimated com of 110.303.: with I '
but unlike many discussions on look Into the expenditures.The the loangrant.If an estimated Income of, $11.000 annually. t
the tame suhjfd in the pan thin one was board also decided to give new and a yearly net income of$7(13( Another f I'
quiet and without argument. Fir Com clerk Linda Robinson a $50 petty cash all conditions are met, and the directions was" the official! request for the fund tuFhHMA.
milt Chairman Gene Melvin read the fund for minor purchases not needing immediate 41; cal' for them to. be followed, within while another was a let terof intent .
finalized version of the guideline for approval and okayed the clerk's alp :30 days, the loan-grant! proposal will" go to use. the fund a* offered.
running the fire department which were request for a change/ in operating hours. before the stale FhHA board for ap- The tow n also had to agree to bond t he \
approved at the last. meeting. The clerk's office will now be open from 9 proval. The town is requesting a $43.000 clerk' position and sign an equal opmirlunily I
"I want you all to read liver these and a.m. to noon Monday, Friday, and Saturday i : loan and a gram of S112.000II'Ih the 23 non-discrimination agreement. I
tign them because we're going/ to stand percent loan-75 percent grant already
behind these guidelines." Melvin told his Councilman Melvin brought the boardup s 1 tentatively okayed by FhHMA Resident Jerome' Kelly the Sverdup:; I
follow council members. The board to date on condition of the Brooker I and Parcel engineer who hoe headed/ up f
previously appointed Melvin as! the tennis court and said paint and masking McCormick read a five page Letter of the engineering end uf the project since I'
town's first fire chairman and set up a tape was needed to recoat the facility. A,, Conditions to the board. It said among the early planning stages estimated. thai I
lire guideline committee to draw up the purchase not to exceed (30 was approv other things, than II The Interest rate construction could Xarl in "thr,.. mon,
set of guidelines in the hopes that it will ed. The purchase of six locks for town Give Sunshine Acres for the loon will not be determined now tha.n the Brooker water eyett'm. .
lessen fricton between the council and water meters was also approved.The County $5,000Sunshine but will be IdClpt..dII'hl'n the loangrantis
the fire department. flashing school crossing lights also finalized by FhHMA.: at whatever more SHOOTING

The list guidelines/ states (In part were discussed by the, board with the Arrvs .;"c'c'UIIllrc'rl"r Kf,. Wlllium ('. Wright hnldn 8.1.000: checkthai federal interest rate is in effect at that ...rom I'uge II
that: Fire Chief George Pierce will work council deciding that if some avenuewasn't date.
sons preHented l lu Ihv retarded rili/vniT orki.hiip on bc'h..rr'tf. Bradford County the three IIPD officer covered
area ins
directly under department chairman found to fix the light/ by next month's by ('omml"lunc'r K: W. llodxrx. Indite( president uf llrudfurd-l"nlim AiMiiclalliin uf
two exits from the A
Melvin... that fierce (or later fire chlefslwill ) meeting they would consider buying Retarded ('ill/eon, and County Clerk fib nrm,n, middle, sere InNlrumenUl In gel' 21) Payments will be due each Lee came out"Into Ihe emergency'corridor, rmini.still waving I
have a $25 petty cash fund availableto and installing a new light. ling Ihe *:;.111111 mulching fund budgeted In the rllunt)"'.. upending bill. September 1 after finaliftalion of the loan the gun officer grubbed him /and t
make small purchases hut mural ave
with the first
two ofinterest
other purchases okayed by the fire committee payments took it away. "One got a gun stuck rightin i
owed with
i only after
payments "
his stomach a witness said, "but he

J.C. Harrell(consisting C.J., Stalnaker.Pierce of Melvin and Steve mayor and commissioners Nipper Blake Hurst Replaces ,McMillan On City- Zoning BoardFormer that payments consisting on the of bond both Interest maturity owed loaned.and the managed man could to turn. fire it"off to one side before

Hamilton) and must turn in ticket. for all t The pistol,, which held nine shots, had
purchases made... that if emergency Starke mayor and city councilman and city judge back when that was a In other action Feb 6, the council: 3)) The city will furnish evidence that six bullet I'd In the chamber when Let
repair Is needed to firefighting/ equipment Carl Hurst has been named to the separate elected position. 110 water users have agreed to pay mon was unarmed but witnesses said he had ,
the fire chief should call the fire city Zoning and Planning Board filling Hurst currently operates and owns the Told a group complaining about the thly water bill. reloaded the weapon during I the shooting
committee chairman. If the chairman the vacancy occurring when Merrill Shell Service Station on the corner of condition of unpaved city roads that a 41) The town will adopt water bill rate spree
can't be reached the fire chief ahould McMillan resigned. SR.100 and US301. priority paving list would be compiledbut a* such: The first 4,000 gallons of water As a result of the terrifying Incident. I
have the equipment repaired... that the Hurst was appointed Feb. 8 by the that any paving will have to wait un used-$3.73 per month minimum; next Shands officials aid they were taking a
fire chief will bum,in charge of all personell Starke city commission even though he The council also revealed the names of til funds become available. 2.000 gallons-$1.23 per thousand gallons; closer look at security procedures In the
administration (issuing applications lives at Santa Fe Lake, outside the city. seven persons who have applied for the next 2.000 gallons--l per thousand emergency room "We'll .be examiningsome
Hurst's appointment, recommended position of the newly-established zoning Ordered purchase 'of two chlorine after alternative. methods 1
training/ volunteer etc.l! within the by gallons; 8.000 gallons--$.85 per thou. olll'"urity. a ,
Brooker fire department. Mayor-Commissioner Joe Warren was official. The zoning and planning committee questioned since he lives outside the city. which consists of Warren and the sewerage treatment plant as recommended
After discussion of the guidelines'Pierce
reviewed the recent training Attorney George Pierce found two sections commissioner Harold Epps Is supposed by a state safety Inspector. The HAMPTON b M
of the volunteer firefightingforce activities of the city charter conflicting on the to make recommendation at the Feb.20 machines will detect deadly, chlorine more from page one

and told of planned training trips matter of persons outside the city serving meeting The seven who have appliedare fumes which may be present and could be
Including an upcoming fire-situation as appointed officials and recommended Steve Simmons Al Crosby Mervin lethal. assume all debts up to a specific date. car. The car is registered In. Paladino
training teat. the council let Hurst's appointment Jackson, Walter Westcott Jr., Lester K. Was told by auditor Pat Farnsworththat Mrs. Bruno listed 29 other users who owed name rather than the city's.
could stand until it Is challenged. Roy and Janet A, Turner. Crosby Is the internal account of the city are money during months the system was Flynn said Paladino had agreed to pay
Pierce also explained a list of purchase Hurst has served 13 years in cityRovernm..nt. chairman of the present city zoning and in good shape, The city clerk and his In the Bruno name; and she said she I II the city back by January 26 but no pay.
requests he recently submitted to eight years. a city council planning board. Ms. Turner is employed staff are doing good job Farnsworth collecting them. Flynn said he felt the city ment was received Paladino was invitedto
Melvin. One request totaling/ an from 196068, then five years as mayor in. the Bradford County: zoning office told the council did owe the six-month bill, and couldsee appear before the council at the Tuesday -
-estimated $320 was for radio equipment -- no reason why all bills shouldn't be meeting but was not present.
Pierce said will allow Brooker to take Vo-Tech Center Given Go-Ahead CouncilOn paid If one was. Paladino say he purchased shirts
part In a planned "mutual aid agree By oflball. and trophies with money from
ment" with area fire departments from In a related matter. Clerk Hart announced his own pocket and feel the city's reimbursement
that the city had collected over to him would probably be
Construction of Starke Police Station $700 in outstanding water bill.with'a lot more than $300. f
MoreSLADEZONING. ,i of hard work by council members: 57 Flynn pointed out that from a legal
Authority to proceed with construction joined together with interior walla laid 1 Mayor-Commissioner Joe Warren said users had owed 'over $1,200 In a list standpoint debts between two parties
of a portable building for use as a out by Police Chief Jimmy Bowen. thiS'Week he thinks It will be too expen- presented to the council at their January can not cancel themselves! _putvtl'<' '.met !
|I",d( 'crf'M| pblicnattlS6irwa] ''gtV 'n' the'Bradford-" Estimated cost la$a Union Vocational-Technical Center at vo-tech center has been building temporary the industrial park property on Edwards other council member In collecting door. "
from page one the Feb. 8 meeting of the Starke.city classrooms for $8,000 each. The. Road for use for the Senior Citizens, a* to-door during the month. With the rightto
council. new police station will be located behind has been suggested. Warren said this shut off Individual water supplies as flIl15
houses, well drilling concerns, storage Students in the building trades classes the old armory, which the city I Is using asa week It would be better If the old city their bargaining power, Curtis and his 1 1J
yards, agricultural and forestry activities of the vo-tech center will erect the recreation building. hall Is left where It Is and that additional group were met with resistance rarely
and a number of other uses. building under supervision of Instructors parking be sought elsewhere for the new as most residents paid In full or reached Daa4 J Q
The vo-tech center personnel are city haiL Plans have been to move or an Installment plan agreement with the
If following the hearing. the board responsible for drawing plans purchasing Construction should be completed tear down the old city hall to make room city.
should the rezoning request. it within the next few months.
approve material as well a* for actual con. for parking. aootrltlk9!
would require an amendment to the ci struction. The city council instructed the { ,
ty's recently adopted comprehensiveland ?, Both bids for moving or demolishing In other business, Councilman
use plan. Another hearing would be vo-tech center to purchase material locally The city council still discussing whatto the old city hall have been around $6,000. Leonard Darrah announced his resignation -
after getting the best price. do with the old city hall in which the
necessitated by his moving to $
held the amendment anl'rwhich
on Llason for the project has progressed Commissioner Wilbur Water said It
police station is housed now. Chief
Starke. Curtis Bald of Darrah, "We'll
the zoning board would vote to aprove ,-
amendment of the plan.If rather handily since the council agreedthe Bowen is concerned that the old city hall would cost that much more to get the old miss him. he did a fine job while he was Own '
or reject
cheapest route was a temporary! not be torn down before the new police building back Into usable condition afterit here." Darrah was elected in
amendment of the plan .ii rejected the building because V.Tech Director Ted station I Is built. Clerk Merrill Edward Is la relocated. Item pushing up the expense September,1978. and will be replaced by
zoning change would be nullified. Oglesby Is also a city councilman.The In process of getting more prices on movIng of moving the old city hall is the I majority council appointment. .
1.580-square-fool building will actually and-or demolishing the present city concrete foundations and floors of the
T.H. Slade whose LP bulk plant burn. be two temporary classroom units hall. Council meeting room and police station.
ed last December approached the zoning ...Attorney Flynn said he may be forced -
board at a special meeting January 19 9 to file suit on behalf of the city against 138 East Call St.
concerning the reclassificalion of proper. Keystone Minister Joins Death Row Visit Fight Tom Paladino former Hampton recreation -
ty somewhere in Stark for construction. worker. Flynn earlier directed Starke
of a new bulk facility. Paladino to return an automobile the city 9 4.5800Sportsman's
Father Thomas O. Feamster of St.Anne's religious consultant and counselor: to $The lawsuit followed a protest visit to bought for recreation transportation or
we'll back in would be Episcopal Church In Keystone Death Row Inmatea.Said the prison by a group of lawyer. and reimburse the city $300 It paid for the
"The plant put in this Heights joined five Florida State Prison Rev Feamster of the concrete others last Saturday. Feb..10, the first
safer plant
than gasoline
any death row inmates Monday In challenging wall which allows voice communication day the wall was put into use
Slade told the
town. I'll guarantee that. the constitutionality of a newly constructed through microphones and speakers,"It is ,; The wall applies to all Inmates whose World, Inc.
board. non-contact wall that separates a tremendous breakdown in communica death sentence have been affirmed by
visiting families and friends from the tlon." the Florida Supreme Court. Presently 29 Restaurant 24 Hours
Several members expressed concern prisoners.The The reverend painted out that with of the 120 Death Row Inmates fall Into Open
about spot zoning a site for the proposednew the presence of the wall he will have no this category.
plant but agreed with Slade that class-action civil rights suit Is asking direct communication with any of the ,',iJ; Prison officials ordered the wall constructed Breakfast I. or J Eggs f 92
the bulk plant should be moved away the; court to declare that the wall prisoners and his counseling and contact In December after the escape of Bacon ** f
from the shopping center complex on 301 violate* their First Amendment right to will have to be done through the glass Death Row inmate Robert F.Lewis, who Anytime plus tax
South. Slade said he would need at least free association with their families They barricade left the prison unnoticed through three
three or four acre so the storage tanks also allege the wall constitutes cruel and gates in a guard' uniform that had been '
would be 450 to 500 feet away. from, the unusual punishment and deprive themof Using Death Row Inmate John hidden earlier by Lewis in the visitingroom. Buffet 11:30: A.M. To 10 P.M.
nearest residence equal protection and due process. Spenkellnk as an example Rev Lewis was captured two week
"This Is just another step In the Feamster said the wall would prevent later in South Carolina after tip from aItlz.n. Steaks Seafood, Sandwiches 88
Slade said he would not relocate a bottle dehumanization process of people Incarcerated Spenkellnk from having religious confession _' $2
cylinder refilling station at the present In the Florida! prisons," Rev. to his priest. ,.,'Under the new rules let by prison official large Selection/ Of Meats u:
site. But two of the four tank at the Feamster said. "This doesn't have anything to do with inmates are denied faee-to-faco
burned bulk plant were not damaged and The minister Is a frequent and longtime his guilt or Innocence. ,' they are still visitation with anyone other than attorneys Salad Bar Dessert Bar
could be used now. he said. visitor to FSP and acts as a human beings; Rev. Feamster added. and new reporter
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.__.___._ ___ __ OBITUARIES.Mrs. ___ __."-" V Vf" I II. Mt. Pisgah Church to ObserveIts .

\1M. :\ raUfiurlr.t *. Noral U Ovrley. an* 87. of Lake Maude L. Tamm,110 t....'L.Dt" the Trinity I 75th Anniversary SundayOne
li.ncxa. dd. suddenly a. hr home on Mrs. Maud. L. Tamm. age 90. who lived Church wit. Rev. Fred Ye -

I......- Johnson. Thursday morning Born in Keystone Club Estates died at her flel.tin,. In.! .... of flower*. of the oldest churches In this community tloch Missionary Baptist Church of Godin
in L.iurt-1 I County. Kevin/, May 0.1X91. home Tuesday evening.. January 80. She should be IIII 1a to the Memorial 1 __ Mt. Plsgah AME: Church. will Christ. Mt.Zlon AME of Uwtty.SUame .',
I. Mn. Gurlvy had ItWd heft for was born In INkeion. Olio July 36. 1885, the Trinity EplMOMl I Church: De17i $; observe Its 78th anniversary this Sun AME of Lake Butler, and Mt."
.WMralrar.. She was of the Baptist and moved here from Novl Michigan In Jones Funeral of Keystone HdghttV 1))_ day. Feb 18.Activities. Olive Primitive" Baptist of Jacksonville.:
fast h. Dee. 1961. She was a Lutheran. In charge of.arrangements.. began yesterday All services begin at 7:80 p.m.

Survivor are two daughters. Mr. Mrs Tamm Is survived by her hus ----- (Wednesday Feb. 141) and will continue Sunday services will begin at 11 a.m.
Etvlvn McKrynolds of Lake Geneva and band. Franz F.J. Tamm of Keystone through Sunday.A when the Rev.. Marcus King pastor of
MM June Camden of( Philadelphia. Pa.; Heights; a foster son Klaus Sianlslaw of Tommy Do,"ling highlight of the observance of Bethlehem AME Church of New Berlin,

one on. Roy L. Gurley of Philadelphia, Novl, :Michigan; several nieces andnephews Tommy Dowling, 44, of RalforrffoW Mt.Plagah'a 75th anniversary celebrationwill will preach Rev. King has distinguished

Pa ,evrn grandchildren and thirteen Tuesday afternoon Feb 13.. after. .Ii",> be a church banquet to be held Saturday himself on television and radio with
great grand..hildr.n.Funeral held parent heart attack Feb.. 17 at 8 p.m. In the Western. message In word and song; At S p.m
service were Add it 2 p.m. Funeral services were it 11 a.m. Born In Baker County Mr. Dowling Steer Family Steak House on US.301 Sunday the Greater Grant Memorial
Monday. Feb. 12. in the DeWitl C. Jones Feb. 2. In the. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ."' .s a 22 year employee. of the Department south ofSlarke. Speaker for the banquetwill AME Church of Jacksonville. SI.Joseph'sBaptist

Funeral Home Chapel in Keystone Home Chapel with Rev. Randy Bozarth of Corrections and was the / be State Representative. John of Jacksonville. Allen ChapelAME '
Height with Rev Dvnni White of officiating." Interment was In Keystone Superintendent of the Baker County In. Thomas of the 17th District the of Starke. and Allen Chapel AMEof

finaling. Interment followed. in Keystone Heights Cemetery.Albert stitution. Mr. Dowling was a member of r youngest black elected. to the Florida Macclenny will continue the fellowshipand

Height Cemetery._ _. --- the Ralford Lodge No. 82 F.4 A. M.. House of Representative. conclude the ..I.br.ton.
e Jaycees of the Union Correctional Institution The. public i is Invited to attend the ban Mrs. Mildred Petteway is coordinator
\lr..lI..rI..Ann Rice 71Mrv : ('. !>Ipl...... Sr.' and Florida Sheriffs Association quet.. Tickets can be purchased from of the 73th anniversary observance. She
IMrn Ann Rice age 73. who lived Albert C. Spires Sr. 90 of Melrose and was also a member of the Sardis church members: adults $10, $5 for youth is assisted by Ms. Medrcy Dee Hill. Rev.
in, i ihr Keystone Club Estates, died at her died Tuesday.Feb. 6.In Gainesville Baptist Church. aged 10.17, and 12.50 for children: under Frederick D. Richardson. Jr. I. the
home Thursday' afternoon. Mrs. Rice was Born February 7, 1889 In Columbia Survivors include. his wife Mr. Lila 10 years of age. pastor of Mt.Pisgah' AME Church
horn in Green Cove Springs, Fla., July County. G..or"i.1: r. Spires!! retired as Seay Dowling of Ralford; one son Dennis The "church across the creek." as "We Invite everyone. to attend our.ert
12: 1905 !She moved to Key.ton..lI..igh"fr"m superintendent of the city docks In Dowling of Starke; one daughter Denise Mt.Pisgah AME Church I.I called I il vices and we hope to continue: to be a

iillrtte. N.J. 16 years ago. She was Miami In 1950. and moved to Melrose Howling of Raiford; hi. mother Mrs. Male Rip John Thomas. Dlmrlcl 17 holding fellowshipping sessions, which beacon light in this community leading
ri'iired I registered nurse, and was of the whore he lived until his death He Elvie others Christ" Rev. Richardson
was a Dowling of Raiford; one brother, will speak! al Ml.Plxgah AME Church banqui'l began Wednesday, with Ebenezer Baptist to
( .ithotic, faith., member of the Trinity Episcopal Churchof W. B. Dowling of Dunnellent three, Saturday' night. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist, An- stabs
her husband. Martin
she is by Melrose.Survivors. sisters Mrs. Mildred Jones of Batavla.,
I. Rice III., Mrs. Helen Scogglns of Starke and

;at; ravctide_ p.m.. Saturday.funeral Feb.services 10. in the were! Spring held Evans Spires Include of Melrose his; two wife daughters Mildred: Mrs.Services Vernice will Spillman be held of Friday Lake Butler.Feb J6.' 1979 Fair Is Just Around The Cornermust

Hank Cemetery near Green Cove Sprinic Mrs. Eunice Hoffman of Flagstaff at 2:30: p.m. In the Sardi. Baptist Church
with Rev. Edwin Tillis officiating. Arizona and Mrs. :Mary Kathryn Kynd of Worthington Springs with burial
DpVV'itt, (' Jones Funeral Home was. in of Foster City. Calif.; two sons: C. Evans follow in Elzey Chapel Cemetery FAIR TIME is fast approaching! have been completed within the 14. All baked goods must be on a heavy
,--h.irg i>f the services..i. Spires.Sr. of Gaithersburg. Md. and T. Raiford Lodge No. 82 will Don't eat your prized jar* of jams and past twelve months. piece of cardboard covered with
._._ Grady Spires of South Hamilton :Mass., !graveside rites. Archer Funeral Home present of jellies yet! Save them for the Bradford 8. Entries must be brought to the FairGrounds aluminum foil not to exceed 2 inches I

Edwards N.es'Ir 17 grandchildren. and seven great Lake Butler Is In charge of County Fair which will begin March: 28 for registration during the beyond baked product. Entries will not i
St. grandchildren. ., .rr.ngeJ'm..nt. and continue thru March 29. scheduled hours. Entries will be accepted be accepted if these requirements are I
The Bradford County Extension. Home Monday, March: 26 from l.-OO p.m. not met.' I
Anmnrliv Toss, president.ir. Economics Department Invites each of until 6:00 p.m. and Tuesday, March 27 15. Cash awards are given for all ribbons. !
( .uled, | i\ the mifting of St. Edward's. to participate In the Home Divisionof from 8:00: a.m. until 12:00: noon. NO ENTRIES .
V, .tr SiH-M-u. held in the parish hall Weekend forecast is for Mild Weather the Bradford County Fair. Mary Year WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER FOOD DEPARTMENTMrs. : :

'1 'u" .d.., \cnmK., February 6.. tat Extension Home Economic Agent, 12:00 NQON ON TUESDAY. MARCH Barbara Balkcom Chairman
\i .. im-mlMTs wrtenmwl. were !tIn.I. Welcome warmth returned to central Florida: at midweek following a frigid encourages all persons to read the following 27. PRIZES;
I.. -.. U I uKhrt) and Mrs. Doris Smith. seven days during which the. mercury dipped to the mid.20's on three successive rule and regulation and make plans 9. Exhibit article. may not be removed BEST OVER-ALL ROSETTE
Mrs KIll) Chum and !tlr... Hetty mornings. WPXE in Starke recorded low of 25 Saturday and Sunday mornings -, vi for entering your article: in the fair. The before 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. LOT 1-VECETABLES
\I',, nski have. altar rare luring the with 27 on Monday. Camp Blanding was a few degrees warmer, with 28 on j. I Home. Economic Department want to Removal of exhibit prior to this time CLASS 1-CANNE1):' PRODUCTS:
ni.mih' nf KrhruaryM Saturday and 30 on Sunday and Monday mornings. have the BIGGEST and BEST FAIR yeti! will be reason for forfeiture of any Beans,. Corn Tomatoes Okra Peas,
mh f. sew ..d.i..ef World l Day Tuesday morning's! was in the mid 30's, and Wednesday the early mornIng If you have questions please call 964-0280 premium monies awarded Exhibitors Potatoes Squash MiscellaneousLOT
..I, "Pr.i", r writes to hf' hold, in Stark..n reading was in the low 40'.. extension 284. The fair I I. open to all persons must personally be responsible for their U-FRlITS!
\l .r, h Rainfall bringing over 10 In..hellll the area in January slacked off with .87 without regard to race, color sex or articles. ; Berries, Pears Peaches, Figs
I I' ..n- w..re made for a..Kike suitto he inch recorded in Starke and .91 inch at Blanding during the Febi 6.13 period. national origin. 10. A Blue Ribbon will be awarded a Red Miscellaneous
's.111 l ..n March 4. Memht-rs were rev The four.day forecast is for partly cloudy and continued mild through Thursday Ribbon and a White Ribbon In each lot at LOT IIIPICKLESBread
'j"< M< d in brink filled romftirt hags to with a cold front and possibility of rain predicted for Friday and Saturday; :, the discretion of the Judge.. There will A Butter Cucumber. Dills, Fruit
ih.i March meeting< for distribution to fallowed by winds from five to 15 mph. : be "BEST OVER-ALL" rosette awarded. Vegetables", Peppers Miscellaneous
I.iki- ('H'v Velcrans.Or HOME DIVISION 11. The Fair Association will assume NO LOT IV-REL1SIIKS; '
and Mrs. James CVrda of Rule and Regulations responsibility for the damage or loss of Cucumber, Fruit, Vegetable
i i. unciiMiwere introduced as guests at Realtors Use Caravan To Tour Listings article exhibited. Reasonable care will Miscellaneous.LOT .

i hi iii<-<-tinK. !Ir Cerdj.: who u a lecturer The Bradford 1. Entries in Home Divison are open to be exercised to safeguard the article left V-PRESERVES
coordinated ae.rav.n Pearson of Pearson Realty, Cecelia Ter
.mil works as a Ihirlnr of Internal the public. for display but the Fair Association will Berries, Pears Peaches, Figs, Strawberries
Sunday, Feb. 11, from 26 tovisit willegar and Lucille Spry of TerwillegarRealty
\liili.ini-, .ii Shnnili. Teaching Hmpital. of the p.m. 2. Only article listed in this Premiumlist In no ways be liable. Miscellaneous.LOT .
listings various offices. Irene Faulkner Susan Faulkner
IC.IM .n informjtiviaildrexs. followed by The will be accepted: for competition with 12. Exhibits of canned fruit, vegetables, VI-JAMS
realtors met at Terwillegar R..al.ty.205 Bakken and Julie Grlffis of Faulkner
iu< sttons md diicussions.Mrs. N. Temple Ave.. and Lillian Pearson Realty Vernie Odom of Floriland Realty awards given. pickles, relishes, preserve and jellies, Berries, Citrus Pears, Peaches, Figs
Marianne. Cerdj. president of the who 3. All articles displayed must be the MUST BE IN STANDARD CANNING Grape, Mayhaw. Vegetable Strawberries
owns a motor home took the Janet Starling of Starling Real Estate
(inm. *\illiIVunrry.. invited members to work of individual exhibitor. Articles JARS, labeled with name and address of Miscellaneous.LOT .
group to 11 homes located throughout and Mr. and Mrs. Wade A. Behr of Belt
.iiu-nd I he Deanery Meeting scheduled the bought or borrowed will not qualify. person and name of product on bottom of VII JELLIES
county Sampson Lake Starke
fur March 5H at Chitfland.rnlNming to Lawtey.ParticipatingIn. Realty.The of local realtor hope to 4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted: for jar. USE STANDARD JARS ONLY Berries Citrus, Pears, Peaches, Figs,
the meeting refreshmentswere group judging that has previously been ex (QUARTS PINTS OR HALF PINTS) Grape Mayhaw Vegetable, Strawberries
the tour Lillian conduct each month.
....rt-d hy Mrs. !Belly Dur.inski and were a tour hibited at the Bradford County Fair 13. Judging will take place TUESDAY Miscellaneous.

Mrs. Gladys Weldon. _._. --- t 5. No two ((2)) entries, in the ..melot. will IFTERNOON BETWEEN 1:00 and 5:00 LOT VIII-JUCES
be accepted from one individual. p.m. NO ONE ALLOWED IN Tomato, Fruit, Miscellaneous
St. Iark'" ('hurchSchedule "It it always with the best 6. All entries must be clean and In good BUILDING WHILE JUDGING IS GOING LOT IX HONEY &: SYRUP

PINK: I.K1.1.: \PTI.sT ClltKCII intention that" the worst- condition. N. Exhibitor will be disqualified if Berries Citrus, Strawberries, Honey-
!ot :\\11.\ ICIK\I\C: <: Radio Broadcast for week of February 15th work it done. Oscar Wild 7. All articles entered In this division talking: to the judge Plain Syrup-Plain Miscellaneous.LOT .

(VV I'XKl:, 8.35.: Sunday S..hooI10. Morning through 21st. --- X. CANNED MEAT '
Worship II.H.MI4I MMA8:30:: : a.m. Holy Eucharist 9:45: i, Driver in Girl's Death Beef Chicken Fish, Poultry,

K\KM\: :: ;t/AduU Choir..., a.m. Church School. II a.m. Holy Pine Valleys 1M Charged Miscellaneous.
Ifc-hi-lrial. 530. Training Tim o J&::30 'Euch.tgst7:00p.m.. ; : E.Y.C. Skating Pad.: '71 ;;;;fongvattli34aLtjJ3e.s< Church t 'at. J offi'.; in m8'ftiteMIhe tik.lf.u.; ditlt'orgreat "'" _. t I r. ,
Evening Worship 7.ttM ty. Paxton Rev David Hodges I w The attorney's Stark could-- ; .BAKED PRODCGTIJ
:!)'toll:! \\ t\; .::\1";: Mid WeekServirp MONDAY: p.m Youth Choir Practice. filed an information Monday, Feb. 12 harm to another, killing one Betty Quick Breads ((3 Biscuits 8 Muffins)
1')1): Adull Choir Rehearsal 830.: 7:30 p.m. Adult. Choir Practice.TIKSDAi Sunday Morning Sunday School 10:00: charging Lawrence Patrick, 18 of Jean Kite. In violation of the vehicular Specialty Breads (Banana Orange Date
TlllltMMt r\KMMJs:: ; Soulwinning .! 7:30 p.m. Shower for Martha a.m., Worship Service 11:00 a.m., Youth' Lawtey with vehicular homicide after investigation homicide Florida ..tatute.Patri.k' Nut. etc.), Yeast Breads and Rolls Plain
Visitation 7:15' Jean Weldon. Service 6:00: p.m., Evening Service 7:00 of a Dec. 9 accident that arraignment I I. scheduled for Cakes (not iced), Specialty Cakes (Prune,
S.TlKIIllII \l\Ci: : Bus Workers'Meeting M KINKSIA; : : : 7 p.m. Bible Study. 8 p.m. p.m. claimed the life of IS-year-old Betty Jean Monday Feb. 19. Oatmeal, etc.). Cakes Icedpbut not

9. Hu. Visitation 9:30.: Inquirers; Class (Nursery Open) Thursday Night Service 7:30 p.m. Kite. decorasted. Cakes (Decorated) Cakes
Patrick, a University of Florida student Obituary (Cut Out), Cupcakes ((6 any kind). Cookies
------- on a football scholarship was drivIng ) Pies Mo.tunu.ual
((6 any kind), Candy ((6 pieces ,
i a truck on SR-18 about a mile west of Willie W. Carter use of STRAWBERRIES in baked

SR100. when he loat control In rainy Willie W Carter 68, of Raiford died product (with recipe).
weather and ran onto the shoulder. The Thursday*, Feb. 8 in a Tallahassee
truck then was driven back onto the road hospital following an extended illness. SEWING: DEPARTMENT
for 88 feet, before overturning skidding, Born In Georgia Mr Carter has lived NEEDLEWORKMrs.
0 0 I SAsk and rolling' 132 feet before coming to most of his life in the Raiford area wherehe Lola Johnson Chairman
rest. Patrick and another passenger was a carp.nter..nd t member of the
Sheila Starling were injured badly in the Raiford Baptist Church. CHILDREN'S OR BABY GARMENTSno

wreck, while a fourth rider Kendall Survivor include one daughter, Mr. ( knit or crochet)
Thompson received minor Injuries. Mary Collingsworth of Tallahassee; one Baby Dress, Girl's Dress(2( yrs.), Girls
Patrick war reportedly hurrying to get son Edward Carter of Lake Butler; one Dress ((7-14 yrs.), Playsuit ((2* yrs.), Pantsuit -
the Starling girl home by midnight and sister Mrs. Nellie Blessing of Pasadena, ((2-6 yrs.), Pantsuit ((7-14 yrs.). Girl's
the information filed Monday charge Texas and eight grandchildren. Skirt Boy's Shlrt(2( yrs.), Boy'a
J :; .
; ., ., .. that Patrick drove the truck in a reckless Services were held Sunday Feb. 11 at Shirt(7-14( yrs..1.) Child's Sleepwear Boys

:.' 2:30 p.m in the chapel of Archer Funeral Suit ((2-6 yrs.), Miscellaneous Garments -
; ... I
The electric stove wa in- Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Hugh KNITTING
vented by William Hadawayin Walters officiating.: Burial war in Sapp Baby's Cap Booties, Sacque or Sweater,
about the NAPA Filter Drain Away. 1896. Cemetery under the direction of Archer Bab)'. Set ((3 pieces: ) Sweater-Woman's,

f) / I The clean and easy. way to change or Funeral Home Sweater-Man', Sweater-Child's, Dress,
Children' Sweater, Coat, Cape etc,,
i 5
dispose of your oil and filter. Holds up to
Afghans-General. Afghans-Specialty
j quarts of dirty oil. Eliminates pans, spills, Sherrif Reddish Cites Three Stitches Baby Afghans, Vest, Poncho or
} and clean-up. Helps clean up the environment Cape Bedspread, Shawls, Article of

r toot Officers For Investigative Workjuvenile Merit. CROCHET

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Three arrest In recent week by shelter In Gainesville, where he Baby' Cap Booties, Sacque or Sweater
Bradford County Sheriff Deputies was later released to his family. Baby' Set ((3 pieces), Sweater-Woman's,
{ e ..- resulted in praise from Sheriff Dolph Also on the 24th Douglas M. Gray of Man'. Child's). Dress, Children'
Reddish who said the arrests came as a Walnut Street reported the theft of an Sweater Coat. Cape etc.. Afghan.
result of 'excellent Investigative technique electric trolling motor, tackle box tool (General-Specialty Stitches) Baby

f r 0 *.' chest, battery charger, lantern, tires and Afghan, Vest Poncho or Cape.
\t fieby r i'I On January 19 Floral Motel owner rims, and shotgun shells from his home. Bedspread or Tablecloth,Shawls, Article
Mrs Veronica Odone reported that a .22 The next day Lt. Moore arrested JerryL. of Merit
calibre pistol had been stolen from her HollifieW, 25, and Tony M. GrUBs 20
home. Four days later Edward Derrell both of Starke on charge of burglaryand GARMENTS
Mathia. 29 of Starke was arrested by grand larceny. Most of the holes
u Deputy John Dempsey for possession of items were recovered. Ladies House Dresstcotton( and blends)
I >h; atolen property and the pistol waa Also recovered in the Moore Investigation Ladies Dress (street etc.). Ladies Long
., I rt... j.\ recovered. Mathia wa later released were an air conditioner, stolen from Dress, Ladle 2-piece Ensemble Ladies
t.' .
'. from \he Bradford County Jail on $2,000 Gordon Wadsworth In Hampton, 35 two- apiece Ensemble Pantsuit. Jumpsuits
bond. by-four boards taken from Stark T-Shlrts. Ladles (SI.lIb. Skirt Blouse)
I .', d t :. Deputy Don Denton and Lt. Glen Builders Supply a 32 revolver taken Brunch Coat or Duster Jacket or Cape
Moore Investigated burglaries on Jan. front the home of Mrs. Midge Glisson inStark. (short). Coat. Apron Man'sShirt-dresa(

'. i :s"p,' 24. and arrest were made within 24 / ., dud a stereo system valued at or sport-Trousers. Tie, Suit Sport Coat),
hour In both Mr. Charles Odum Gainesville ,
cases. S2.700 taken from, a Miscellaneous.
OIL, FILTER OIL FILTER VALVOLINE; CING reported that his place of business TheSportam.n' residence.
World had been
Truck Stop, LINGERIE
WRENCH MOTOR'OIL.' broken Into during. the night and an Said Reddish of the recovery of $4,000 < ii..
of stolen Items In the three ..rre.t.
undetermined amount of cash had been worth
I'' Ladle (Slip. Brief Gown Slippers) Robe
) ] 7 t taken. The same day Denton arrested a .. "The recovery and return, to ,
f 10-year-old Starke juvenile and chargedhim owner of stolen property la a major LINENS .
.-. with burglary and grand larceny. A priority of this office. I personally appreciate -
the dedication of these and all
small amount of money waa recovered Tablecloth Luncheon Set ((5 pieces)
; $105 and that juvenile was taken to the my empbyee Place Mats (Set of 4)), Luncheon: Cloth.

M lane aiurN I Pillow Cases Tea Towel. Quilt.
1015 'rmoao Bedspread Quilt Top-Hand Stitched:
4< d'L DWIGHT Quilt Top Machine Stitched Baby Quilt
189 $389 Pot Holder ((3)) Article of Merit.

Universal 1 wrench for removing' spinNAPA oil filters. provide extra, High performance,. Valvoline oil is Food ft Sect MISCELLANEOU.SEmbrold. .
, on, disposable oil filters. Features built-in\ features give your engine specially blended for high-heat u S. 301 9.

positiye) friction grip; Operates in a better margin of performance applications.,.Protect- your engine 7 A.M. 12 P.M. & Walnut St. .". on Wearing Apparel Tat.
close quarters. 429 protection. with Valvoline- tang Swedish Weaving Liquid Em.
brolde". Rug. Needlepoint CrewelArtlde
w; "" come In to a NAPA store today. .',i H0TOR Oil PEPSI of Merit.

Starke ,Motor Parts Co. Inc. ;, 5 3OIM, t4t'I 18 02. $42. ,Tax PILLOWS

8 Pk & Ceo. Liquid Embroidery Needlepoint
155 W. Brownlee' St. HWY 16 Starke Plus Tax Crewel Cross-itltch, Fabric

I Mon. Frt. All BMN S KEftc Miscellaneous. .
: e' ::3o'Sat.e-12 Borden' '

, --. we help keep America moving MILK oar. *. | 79 *t' 'Owr-Coat Needlepoint, Crewel HANDBAGS r.brICl.PI.e. Mats

ate. Macrame Miscellaneous.

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The Concerned Cltisens ot Bradford at U noon All member are asked 8twy Hour. Friday IdIO Junior Usher .i p.m. Prayer orvle. Sunday School
County will meet Thursday. Feb. 2S. at to cooperate with thin ....u,. Sunday Board rehearsal Thursday eoBfrKafeloa 940. Morning Wer.Wp 11 *..., tveedftc. ;
7:30 p.m.at the Day Cur Center......at School 10 jn. Morning Worship 11 ..... Bethel Baptist Churchi Bfk** 1I*ry,very special program is in tile plang will conduct. service at ML Hagab Service. 6 p.m.Basketball .
R.J.E. complex. Service will conclude for the day. Study and Prayer Meeting each Wed. tor you. A.M.B. Clmreh. 8t S pan. ttw little :
The Young Adult Choir anniversary 7:30. Sund.y..hool10 ..... only. Greater Bethlehem Freewill. Baptist Church will rehearse. Sat UW the ...
Black Ulster Observant at ril l be held Feb. at. 38. 88 and IM at 8 MI member are Invited to atteo4 the. March: Monday OdO of each week Tiny Junior Choir will rehears Sunday There. will be a bMke&l ell....Sitar-
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church Mon p.m., which conclude the ..rvlces for anniversary for Rev A.J. Stuimta*. IKffU rehearsal. Monday 8 p.m. Senior School MM. Morning Worship 11 ...... day 7i>0 between la* Bsjper Tiejer sad
day, Feb. 19. 19T9. 7:80 p.m. the day. AU member are asked to pastor 8 p.m. tt Jerusalem Bop**.' Choir rehearse Tuesday, Prayer Dtsuwr 1180. SAO Evening\: Worm> UveOe4.lnth.RJJC.Oysu.Come (
Do you know anything about your cooperate with all activities. Church Meeting. Wed. 7:30 all Circles meat First Born Church of the Uvhig Gcefc ) and cheer for tile winning team.

Heritage black Beautiful What do Free Canaan True Church of God la NOTICE Fellowship of Church .*> McKay's Circle will meet at Mrs. Gertrude Friday 60 Bible Study. Friday 740 Tarrying 1m of Rev. J.C. Cannon husband.
you have to be proud of Come out Men- Unity: Tarrying: services are held each niversary will be held Sunday.Feb...at Covlngton's. Ely*'*. Circle will Service. Sunday Morning 10t80 .memory
day Feb. 19, 740 pjn., Bethlehem Free Wed. 7:80. Prayer service each Friday 3 p.m..t New Bethel Baptist Church.AD meet at Mr. Luis Lennard>. Lee' Circle Sunday School 11:80 Morning Service. 6 A. God war walking la His garden
WIU Baptist Church.The Bradford County 7:30. Sunday School 10..m. Evening Service members will to the Service. T
are invited to be present A go hoeplta hureday 7:80 p.m. Evening YPCW p.m. On R* mad. with life own band.
Chapter of the
N.A.A.C.P. hoe plansed 7:30. Evening Service. Com one, Com all.
Pausing February, IfTS H* fauna
an informative and
entertaining program and lets enjoy the Lord.
that will One ready to be taken at that hour. i

elf. Come and enlighten learn about you Black about Figure your- -.... -- II 'Southside Elementary News Ebcnewr Baptist Church We loved you but God loved you beat ;

In the Pact, Present, and Future who Memories linger on. ,
Tuesday 7 Bible Class,Thursday Elnore Cannon, wife.
have made and .
will I
make perUnent contributions Southside welcome our new principal Wendell Shank.. Charlie Pelham. Hrbie: nay also be considered,but due to the Inclement -
to our society. You will be surprised M. Myrna Lou Rahn, who assumed her Cooper,Howard Starling,Levi!Simmon weather teacher have not had
enlightened, and prouder when duties on Monday February 5.Treats In Doris Griffls, Lucille Hollts Valerie) Me- ,; 'adequate time to observe the playing
you attend her honor were provided by the office Cloud Vince Still, Keith Kehoe. RUehieOverstreet ability of the girls and boy*.
History: Torch for the Future. Feb. 26, staff for the faculty on this date. Michael Chappell,Jeff Sherman All parent are Invited to go to I wty .
Mt. Plsgah A.M.E. Church 730. Let usall The week of February 12-16 hu been and Tony Jefferson Other itudent Elementary to support our team,
be Torch bearers for the Future. designated a* Volunteer AppreciationWeek. Wednesday, February 21, 19W at ,:00 f
An entertaining program will be Students at Southside made ..m.

presented at ML Pisgah A.M.E. Church posters which are currently being --- Starke.. !News from M*. Phyllis Goldberg'
Feb. 26 7:30.Bradford: displayed by merchant Starke. These room: Excellent research .report were
: County Christian Literary posters encourage adults to volunteer given during this weeks' grading. pereiod f +
Society: Rehearsal will continue Tuesday their services to the school for the by: Drew Davla Beethoven; Jay Hayes-
and Thursday In the afternoon for benefit of the .udente. If you would like Elementary Metrics; Jeff Sherman Albert Einstein

various youth group at the home of Mrs to help plea. contact the school office, Richard O'Steen Wright Brothers; .
Sarah F. Jenkina. 964-5586. for more Information. Trainingwill Michelle Hall Thomas Edison; Laura P
We will visit( and carry canned juice to be provided and a volunteer can be News Garcia Clara Barton. Good speller:

the sick and shut-In in Lincoln City assigned to an area they would prefer. Mike Chappell John Cox, Drew Davis '. .
Saturday, Feb. 17, between 4 and 5 Southaide Jay .... .
p.m. recognize our current groupof After many years of dedicated service Hayes, Lynn Holtxendorf, Christa
r rIi rI and The Apartment on SE Brownlee 30 volunteer and wishes to express Mr*.Margaret H. Peek retired Jan.81.* Jaeobsen, Keith Kehoe. Monica ..... .,
I Street, Sunday: Feb. 18, between 4 and 6 our appreciation of them. librarian of Stark Elementary School. Maslowski. Theresa McCallum, Paula -- ...->

p.m.The Students at Southside are currently The faculty and staff honored Mn. McKinney The following are constantly ..
Bradford County Christian enjoying the weekly art lesson taught by Peek with a reception. She was keeping the room Informed by having
Literary Society' Singing group will Mrs. Joy Norman, parent volunteer. presented a gift and Mr*.Haas reflected! current event to report almost every tr--- ""
I.J1, sing at" "The Negro History Month Pro Each Wednesday she work with the feeling of all present Mr. Peek' day: Billy Jackson Richard O'Steen : \ .
ILIi, gram. Time and place will be announced children In grades four and five alternating husband and daughter were special Keith Kehoe Jell Sherman and There 14 ,
I later. the room In turn. Mr. Norman guest Mr. Peek ha* touched the live McCollum. Jay Hayes Theresa Me- !IW "r' t
CHURCH ACTIVITIESThe stresses using scrap Item that can be of many children and fellow faculty Collum, and Keith Kehoe have graspedthe ;:;,' .", ,
members of The Victory Temple found around the home fun theory of factorization In math .. .
projects. member over the year AU who know very ." ;. r'. It L.f, i t ti
,i Church of God cordially invite you to attend and love her wish her well. quickly Mike Chappell brought his ,l, : : : .
their services each Saturday at 12 Valentine's Day and the associated Stark Elementary would also like to stamp collection to share with the class. ?
.', o'clock. Services are currently being temporarily parties are alway an exciting event for welcome several new face around our Christa Jaeobsen looks forward to spring ::1,3, .
"v held at the Pentecostal Church the younger students. Valentine campus: Mrs. Sue Shubert who U anew .' with her original poem: : ',tII' ,; I'
I';,' (Sam Brown Quarters) In Lawtey. Mr. envelope, decoration .. well* Valentines librarian replacing Mr. Peek. M Roses, roses of all different kind ::: :....:, C" I II'
': Robert Auston, Jr., I Ia the pastor in for each other have been mad. oy Cleo Redding who is teaching with 1 Roses roses, picture them In your '. '

) charge. the kindergartener in Ms. Cyndee White in the 4th grade, and Mrs. Do: mind
i r: Calvary Baptist Church: Feb.18, 8 p.m. Lawrence' room.Southeide Gruen who I is teaching with Mrs. Brc Roses, roses, color bright l
;' There will be a movie of the tour of the welcome two new teacher: In the let grade. Mr. Redding and n* i. Rose, rose, a beautiful sight ]BUARC MembersWin
Holy Land showing at Calvary on the Mr*. Brenda Shinholser who replaced Gruen are substituting while two of our
," corner of Calvary and) Tom Hall Street retiring teacher Mrs. Hazel Williams teachers are on leave. The Extra Effort Express Travel are
Admission free. There will be a donation.You whose last teaching day wa January 81, Starke Elementary had their PTO Lynn Holtzendorf, Tom Watson Laura at Special Olympics
are Invited. Please cornel! and M*. Mary Dee Hill who replacedMrs. meeting Tuesday Feb. 13. The following Garcia, Jeff Sherman Michelle Hall "
Rev. A. Jenkins, Supply Pastor. Kathy MeUler who I I. on maternity officers were elected: president, Marian Paula McKinney and Jay Hayes (Ms.
Church of God in Christ:Sunday School leave. She will be remembered a. a Douglas; vice-president. Evelyn Taylor; Goldberg's room). Bradford County ran boast Iwe Olympic champion Sunshine Acre client Glenn
9:30. Morning Worship 11:30 with Missionary former teacher by many students now In secretary, Mary McCloud; treasurer The attractive Valentine mobile being Plimpton, second from left, and Teataay West accept trophies from Sunshine Acre
Taylor In charge. YPWW 0:30.: the Middle School (previously elected), Charlotte Green. displayed in McDonald' were made Executive Director Rev William Wright for their first and second place finishes I In
Tuesday 7:30: Bible Band, Friday 7:30 On Wednesday, February 21, some of Mrs. Wlnkler's class. had the largest by the children in the that grade of Ms. .basketball run, dribble, and shoot competition at the Special Olympic held recently
Prayer and Pastoral Teaching. the Southside fourth and fifth graderswill attendance of parents at the PTO Monterey Wasdin Mr*. Vern Schmidt, In Palm Bay ,
Pleasant Grove United Methodist travel to Lawtey to participate in a meeting and was presented a certificate and Mr. Vlckl McKinney. The children
Church: Thursday, .7 p.m. Prayer Ser. speed ball playday at Lawtey Elementary for a sundae from the Dairy Queen. 'in Mrs. Schmidt's and Mr. McKlnney': 1 '
vice. Sunday School 10 a.m. only. All elementary school in the county 2nd and 3rd grade students prevented room have been decorating their rooms Tommy took first place and Glenn captured second eat of more than 200 par- 'i
ML Morlah United Methodist Church:: have been invited to participate. a musical"America's Story"directed by and their Valentine envelopes with tlclpant from the north Florida area :

Choir rehearses each Wednesday before Because of rainy and cold weather the Mrs. Deborah Woodfin music teacher. Valentine animal of their own creating. i ,
the third Sunday 6:30. Sunday School physical education classes have been inside and Mr. Barbara Reddish accompaniedher Perfect score la spelling .'0 mad by Also. pictured above Is left Margaret wnu....Sunshine Acre staff member who : c
9:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. most of the time during the last few on the piano. Dwight Allen David Elder,Jennifer F.... went with the winners to Palm Bay, Arnette Doctor Sunshine Acres physical education
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church: week, and a team has not yet been The PTO Executive Board met Tuesday .yth, Stacy Hlgglnbotham! Jay Hodge, coach, and Bradford County Commissioner E. W lludgea. President of BUARC.
Dinners will be sold from the kitchen by chosen. Some of the student being considered night also to make plans for the May Michelle Phillip, Chris Tucker all In Bradford-Union Association ef Retarded Cltlxrna.Here's .
Stewardess Board No.2 Saturday,begin. for the team are: Chris Thomas Festival. Mr*. Vicki McKlnney' first grade. y

Menu r',.
Monday, Feb. I9-.Baked bean weiner,
LEGALS cole slaw apple sauce, peanut butter i

cookies roll, milk.
BOARD OF 'COUNTY.COMMISSIONERS Year of Issuance 1973, day Morch 3, 1979, will Tuesday; Feb. ZOXhili w-beana, to*.
OF Description of Propertylot consider the adoption of salad apple cobbler saltines, milk.
BRADFORD COUNTY IN. 8 of Blk 13 In Catkins an ordinance) relating to: Wednesday, Feb. 21.-Chlcken': dumpling,

VITATION TO BID. add see 29, Two-6-S, An ordinance creatingthe buttered pea carrot, peanut buttercup t
The County will R22. Name In which ) Housing Finance jello..whole wheat roll milk. Shoppipg.FV
receive bids until 10:00: assessed Uzile Mailings- Authority of Bradford Thursday, Feb. Hamburger gravy, ,
:' B rij wb oil usaCd.tftJtos j.lorlcl.P1, banaoar -
a.m. Mondoy'l JftW- f(1 worth 1st.is msrhed'potat011; turnip-grtwnev:
1979. On the following: All of told property' "establishing Its power nut cake w-lcing cornbread, milk
1 500,000 BTU Input being in the County of and duties; and providing Friday, Feb. 23Cuban sandwich, potato Office Supplies j
natural go. boiler BradfordState of an effective date chips, green lima beans, pineapple pudding I
system, completely Installed Florida.
In the Bradford Unless such certificateor GIVEN NOTICE that a

wiring County piping Jail, ,Including removal redeemed certificate according shall be to .copy ordinance of aid I Is proposed available ************* Need Not Be A f

of existing oil-fired law the property described for your Inspection at the
office of the Clerk of the
boiler, etc. In such certificate or SERVICEMEN
soldto Circuit Court, Bradford Chore J
Bid should allow for certificates will be
bidder County Courthouse, -
trade-In of existing the highest at
boiler at the Bradford the court house door on Starke, Florida. Airman Cynthia Walker
County Jail. The county Monday in Month of EACH AND EVERY PER Receive 1st'Promotion

the March 1979, which I Is the SON having any Interest .
reserves right to reject ,
whatever In the enactment Cynthia Y. Walker, daughter of Mr.
and all bids. 19th of March, 1979.
Submit any bids no later than Dated day this 12th day of of this promoted ordinance Inez William of Rt.2.Alachua, Fla.. has How Easy It Can Be a a e e
should received her first promotion in the U.S.
March 5, 1979 at 10:00: February, 1979. appea'ond f
Air Force.
be heard at the time
a.m. to Gilbert S.-Brown Gilbert S. Brown By / 'rear,. i
and place herein Walker promoted airman, recently svr' '

Clerk.Signed: Gilbert S. Beulah Circuit M.Court Moody of Clerkof Bradford prescribed.Board. completed technical training at Keesler Pick Up Your Telephone And
of County AFB Miss and is now assigned at Mae.Dill !
Brown Clerk. 2.15 2tchg County. Florida. AFB, Fla. She administrativ ..
3.6.NOTICE. Commissioners, Brad serves as an IIII I//
222. 2-15 4lchg ford County Florida. By specialist with unit of the

Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk. Military Airlift Command.The Dial 96.4-5764
NOTICE OF tchg 2.15. airman I la 1971 graduate of Santa :
OFINTENTION Fe High School. Her husband Staff
Sergeant Gregory.A. Walker I the son
District III Mental TO REGISTER of Mrs. Altamease C. Walker of Rt. 1, Tell Us What You Need and f
Health Board Inc., will Notice) of Intent to consider Brooker, Fla. )
hold a public hearing In FICTITIOUS the adoption of on The airman' lather Andy Robinson, .

the Commissioners' Pursuant NAME to Section ordinance repealing resides 'at 620 N.W. Sixth Ave., We Will It To You.
Meeting Room of the Chapter 6, Contractor, Oalnesville, Fla. Bring .
Florida Statutes,
Columbia County Courthouse 865.09, See. 6-1 through 6-14, of
In lake City beginning notice is hereby given the Bradford County
ot 4:00: p.m. on that the undersigned Code: providing an effective -
February 21, 1979. The CORONA MOBILE' date.
INC.. Joe
purpose of this hearingIs
to create a forum for Lorence, Executive Vice TO: ALL CITIZENS TAXPAYERS -
private citizens, electedofficials President Route 4, Box AND OTHER INTERESTED ORDER NOW :
consumer of 284-A Woycross, Go., PERSONS.
services, or others of 31501, doing business YOU AND EACH OF
Bradford, Columbia under the firm name of YOU are hereby and .

Hamilton, lafayette, "COMMUNITY MOBILE' herewith given* notice) In Envelopes Typewriters PrintirigStationery
Suwanee, and Union accordance with Section ,
Counties to provide Input 122. Starke, Fla. 32091 125.66. Florida Statute =r Calculators Wedding ,.'
regarding the proposed Intend to register said that the) Board of CountyCornmluion.ra. Ask r
Plan for fictitious name under theprovl.lon ) of Bradford Cash Invitations
District Services of aforesaid Paper Clips Registers ;,
1979-80 and to give all County. Florida, at a t 1+
.. .
Interested persons a statute Corona Mobile Homes, regular' ; meeting to beheld Charley Pens Desk Letterheads
voice In decisions affecting at 10:00: a.m. In the .
of INC., owners Commission r Chairs }
the delivery community County Pencils Invoices
this 15lh of
Dated day .
mental health, Meeting Room, Bradford E. /t'
alcoholism and drug February, A.D. 1979. otStak. County Courthouse, Staples Files: I. ',' Statements
*. Florida. 2-15 ; \
abuse services The Storke, Florida on Monday -
District Boord Is a 4lchg 3.8.Notice March 5. 1979. will. JohnsAbout Rulers / File Folders Forms ;
citlien's group and > consider.the adoption of
needs the Input of any an ordinance relating' to: Adding & Cash Index Cards .';: Envelopes I
and all Interested An Ordinance relatingto
persons This Question
In Its planningand of Intent to consider repealing Chapter 6. : Register Rolls Also Storage Boxes And Other I
coordinating role. A the adoption ol on Contractors, Sec. 6-1 "Spring cleaning should ,
copy of this proposedPlan ordinance creating the through 6-14 of the Bradford Include an 'airing of Insurance For 1978 Files

]* on file and may Housing Finance Count.;' Cod.; providing politic to. be

be reviewed at the local Authority of Bradford' an' effective data. sure that new risks are
public library or I lit the County Florida; YOU ARE FURTHER
" office of the Clerk of establishing Its powers I\ GIVEN NOTICE that a adequately covered: '

Court. Itchg 2.15 and duties; and providing copy of said proposal ordinance without the needles .
Our Discount Purchases
Ask About On
on effective . I I. available for expense of overlapping

your Inspection at the office polide. Does the
TO: ALL CITIZENS, TAX. of the Clerk of the I t
Charley E John
PAYERS AND OTHER IN- Circuit Court, Bradford THEOffice
FOR TAX DEED, TERESTED PERSONS. County Courthouse, Agency a local Independent ,,
Sec. 194.16, F.S. YOU AND EACH Of Storke.. Florida. agent offer a free i'
YOU are survey of insurance:
that'I.h.., S.
GIVEN herewith given notice In SON having any Interestwhatever
policies to be certain of -
Hall Esther S.
\ formerly
with Section
' accordance In the enactment .
Carter the holder of the 123.66, Florid Statutes of this proposed ordinance reasonable coverage?" : Shop

following certificates has that the Board of County should appear -' I .
filed sold certificates for Commissioners of BraaV and be heard at the time Charley E.
a tax deed to be> Issued .
Florida at a heroin
ford County ,and place
thereon. The certificate to beheld JOHNS AGENCY I
regular meeting : prescribed. .
number and years of Issuance at f 10:30: d.m..lft rid. Board of County Commissioners ;:I, 1.10 W. Call St .964-5764 Starke ;"'r: I .
the description CommissionMeeting Bradford S( r '. .,' '
County WALNUT i '
131 s ST. > : (
of the property, and the Room, 6rodforrir'County County, -Florida, By: .' ., :i FREE DELIVERY Y8QR BS8R ,' :' '
name In which It.was Gilbert B. Brown Clerk : :
CotiU1heuseStork. PHONe 964.5070
assessed are) as foIl w'Co'' ,. .: Florida/on Mon2tf< ,J',, Itdto 2.J5-" ;Cl.r' ,/ 'I" .... .. .'
Certificate No. 31;

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IN THE CIRCUIT Courthouse., Starke. tlon .has been mallei I HAVING CLAIMS OR :'I GALSb. (Signed) June j. County, Florida all In McRae, As Deputy I NOTO?OFINTBNTION

COURT FOR BRAD. Florida MOM. The are required, VVITHIr'I DEMANDS AGAINST Haddock, as Personal Section 30, Township 1 Clerk I

FORD COUNTY, personal representative THREE MONTH; THE ABOVE for the claim, the, Representative of the S. Range 22 East, has 2-fl 4tchg 31. TORBOtSTCRRCTTTiOLW

FLORIDA PROBATE of the estate It FROM THE DATE OF, ESTATE AND ALL ,. name and address ol f, Estate of Katie A. been filed against you
DIVISION Flit Thelma R. Powell, THE FIRST PUB. OTHER PERSONS ft*:' creditor or Mi I( Saxon, Deceased. and you are requiredto NOTICEOFINTENTION NAME

Number 7 .17CPl211) whose address Is P.O. LICATION OF THIS INTERESTED IN or attorney, .nd I ATTORNEY FOR serve a copy of your Pursuant to Section

IN RE ESTATEOF Box 517, Newton NOTICE, to file any THE ESTATE: meet mount claimed lclaim f, PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE written defenses, If TO REGISTER 865.09, Florida Statute,
GEORGE R. North Carolina 2845$. objections( they may YOU ARE Is not yet : any to It. en the plain FICTITIOUS ratio to hereby given that
POWELL, Deceased The name and addressof have that. challengethe HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat due, the date when II Benjamin Y. Saxon, of tiff attorney, whose NAME the undoralflrwd Don E.
NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION the personal repre validity of the the administration will become due shall Saxon ft Richardson name and address It P.O. 177
sentative's attorneyare decedent's will, the of the be stated. If the claimIs P.A. too West New J.J. Wolbert, Jr., 206 Pursuant to Section Champion BON ,
estate 3I00t!
of Starto Fta.
set forth below. qualifications of the KATIE A. contingent or Haven Avenue, Melbourne S. Water Street, )ES.09, Florida Statutes and
SAXON, Donald R. Wilson P.O.
Florida 32901. Starke, Fl 32091. t04945200 notice is hereby given that ,
TO ALL PERSONS All persons having personal representative deceased File Num. unliquidated, the Box 152. Hampton, Fla.
HAVING CLAIMS OR claims or demands or the venue or her 79-2-CP-C1-2953)Is nature of the uncertainty Telephon.(305) 727- and file the the undersigned Yvonne
DEMANDS AGAINST against the estate are Jurisdiction of the pending In the Circuit shall be stated.If 2545. original with the clerkof V Hinely, Rt. 3, Box f W9. 32044, doing business
under the firm of
THE ABOVE required WITHIN Court. Court for Bradford the claim Is secured 2.' Jtchg 215. the above? styled Starko, Ra. 32091 doing "BRADFORD name BATTE

ESTATE AND ALL THREE MONTHS ALL CLAIMS, / County, Florida, Probate the security shall be court on or before business under the firm RIES" 838 N.
OTHER PERSONS FROM THE DATE OF DEMANDS AND Division described. The claimant March 8, 197*i other. name of "SAMPSONLAKE
Ave., Starke, Fie 32091,
INTERESTED IN THE FIRST NOT rest of which Is P.O. shall deliver may
THE ESTATE: OF THIS SO FILED WILL BE sufficient copies of the IN THE CIRCUIT be entered against you 3, Box 889, Starke. Fla. Intends to register said
YOU ARE NOTICE, to file with FOREVER BARRED. Drawer B, Starke, claim to the clerk to COURT EIGHTH for' the relief 32091, intends to register fictitious name under the

HEREBY NOTIFIED the clerk of the above Date of the first Florida 32091. The enable the clerk to JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF demanded In the complaint aid fictitious name under provisions of aforesaid

that the dministra- court a written statement publication of this Personal Representative mall one copy to each FLORIDA IN AND or petition. the provisions of afore statute
tion of the estate of of any claim or Notice of Administration of the estate Is personal representa FOR BRADFORD WITNESS my hand said statute. Don E.. Champion, <

(George R. Powell, demand they may February 8, 1979. June J. Haddock, five COUNTY and the seal of said Yvonne V Hinely, Donald R. Wilson' ,

deceased, File Number have. Each claim (Signed) Thelma R. whose address Is P.O. All persons CIVIL ACTION Court on January 21 owner. owners..
7'-1J.CP(1-Z 88), must be In writing and Powell, As PersonalRepresentative Box 161, Hampton, Interested in the estateto Case No. 71-283, J.D. 1979. Dated this 25th day of Dated this 25th day of

It pending In the Or. must Indicate the of the Florida 32044. The whom a copy of this Odom, Jr. and VernieP. (Signed) Gilbert S. January, A.D. 1S9, at January, A.D. 1979 at

cult Court for Bradford basis for the claim, the Estate of George R. name and address of Notice of Administration Odom, his wife Brown, As Clerk of Starke, Florida. 1/25 4tpd Starke Florida.. 1/25 4tpd

County, Florida, name and address of Powell, Deceased. the personal repre has been mailedare Plaintiff vs Mar Said Court Byt Marian 2/15. 2/15

Probate Division, the the creditor or his ATTORNEY FOR sentative's, attorneyare required, WITHIN garette L. Johnson, -
set forth '
address of which Is agent or attorney,
Bradford CountyThe the amount claimed. If SENTATIVE: Earl BENJAMIN Y. FROM THE DATE OF NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY K tcz Aro Ads '
the claim is not yet Brown, 345 East For & THE FIRST PUBLI. TO "

due, the date when it syth Street, Jacksonville RICHARDSON, P.A., CATION OF THIS Margaretle L. Johnson .

will become due shall Florida 32202, 100 West New Haven NOTICE, to file any last known FOR SALII9 cu. ft. upright THE ROSES AREN'T red and FOR SALE BY OWNER 4

be stated. If the claimIs Telephone: 904-314- Avenue. Melbourne, objections they may .address P.O. Box 215, Montgomery Word fr....", the grass it dead. But II you acre Keystone Heights

h contingent or 9065. Florida 32901. have that challengesthe Hampton, Fl. Avocado green liKe new 'love your cows, you'll see Bradford County area.
nr 9urte r /, unliquidated, the 2-8 2tchg 2.15. All persons having validity of the YOU ARE S17S. Phone 964-5504. Itchg that they're fed Our Phone 964-7157 between

9 CARAyttrrNl. Aq nature of the uncertainty claims or demands decedent's will, the HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 2-13 Coastal-Alicia is priced just 5:30: and 6.30 p.m. tpd 2.15.

shall be stated. against the estate are qualifications of the an action for a right, to make your cows
If the claim is secured, IN THE CIRCUIT required WITHIN personal representative foreclosure of mortgage UPHOlSTIRYi Reasonable contented and keep your ATTENTION BARGAIN.

the security shall. be COURT OF THE THREE MONTHS or the venue or on the following price. Phone 4732032. 2-15 budget tight. February Special HUNTERS 2 Great 'lake lots

described. The claimant EIGHTH JUDICIAL FROM THE DATE OF jurisdiction of the described property in 4tpd 3 8CARACI /: Hay, SI.25 per bale at adjoining on large clear
shall deliver CIRCUIT IN AND THE FIRST PUBLI- court. Bradford County, Florida bon Rodney P. Hall. Phone lake $10,000 each. i

sufficient copies of the FOR BRADFORD CATION OF THIS ALL CLAIMS, Lot One (1), A SALE Good oiiort- 4733152. 2tchg 28216. Century 21 Showcase Properties i

i claim to the clerk to COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE, to file with DEMANDS, AND the W 20 feet of Lot 2 In ment, furniture, rugs, paintings Inc.. Realtor. I
enable the clerk to PROBATE DIVISION, the clerk of the above OBJECTIONS NOT Block 29 Blanton's and household items. LAND FOR SALE Keystone 4734903. Itchg2-15. ,

word "cheerful" Is said mail one copy to each No. 79-2-CP-O-29S3) court a written statement SO FILED WILL BE Addition Jo the Townof Next to city park Saturday Heights, nice trees on '..10oc I

from the Latin cars, personal representative. IN RE: Estate of of any claim or FOREVER BARRED. Hampton as same Feb 17, 10 a.m. 'to S p.m. ,. tracts In neighborhoodof i
to come "face." KATIE A. SAXON, demand they may Date of the first appears of record in Itchg 2.15 new homes Some lots 103 ACRE RANCH ESTATE f"
All persons Deceased. have. Each claim publication of this Plat Book 1, Page 38, permit mobile homes and Improved pasture, brick

interested in the estateto NOTICE OF must be in writing and Notice of Administration current Public YARD SALE Friday Saturday some overlooking lake home, swimming pool

whom copy of this ADMINISTRATIONTO must Indicate the February 8, 1979. Records of Bradford 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. lake Priced to sell with terms excellent location. Priced to

Notice of Administra- ALL PERSONS Geneva Trailer Pork Itchg from $200 down to $40 per sell 5225,000.Century .
2.15 month. Commercial frontage 21 Showcase Properties

on SR-21 available. Inc. Realtor
DUCT On sale Thursday, UPHOLSTERY Your fabric or Owner, Salesman 473-4375. 4734903. Itchg 2.15.
NOTICE- RECALL & Saturday.! mine. Call for "Ire. estimate
Friday tfn
-chrg. [
PICMTIS OOUSLI IAMIL COM IHOTflUNMLO delivery. Phone 473-2593. WANTED Riding lawn ,


miCI II II condition Call 473-3081
00 HOT UII IN. "UIY TO TNt III MO MCI 0< \TOIMBCNILDHIMCflUlO after p.m. 2-8 tfn-chg. 100"; advance with GOOD
MULt do In my home to perfec-
CREDIT ond additional
tion. letters, manuscripts, CASH FOR GOLD Sterling.Jewelry secu
Call Mrs.
rity. Dyer -
term papers. Phone diamonds coins 473-2353 LICENSE
I 9646066. 4734270. Ask for dental' gold. Will visit MOR
yo"rhome TGAGE BROKER.
Cathy. Itpd 2 IS anywhere Mr. Ritt-, 1-25,229.

super pricec man. 4751089. tf-chg 2.1
Sunday 94. Ho".holdgoods. BINGO: American Legion FOR SALE BY OWNER 4

novelties, baskets, Post I :202. Sunday 2-5 p.m. acres Keystone Heights
furniture. One block off Hwy Saturday 7 pm. Public Invited Bradford County area.
Record breaking savings of up TE:1 / 21. between Fairway and TF-chg. Phone 96 .7157 between
I Pointview. Itchg 2-15 5,30 and 6:30: p.m Itpd 2-13



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I 1 at Now this you 688 can sale save prlcel even Men'more |jar line of quality steel' ,. sharpening service Union County\ 496-3788. 2.1

sites 2938. 6 1 building for form. Industrial hand, circular mower 2tchg 2 8.

? cwt and commercial blades, chain law, leave at
SAVE B SAVE MEN'S SLIGHTLY r't' 9 Rewording opportunity for Crew Builder Supply lake MOBILE HOME: 2 BR :2 Bo

MEN'S WESTERN DENIM IRREQ. UNDERWEAR r.." person that con qualify.. requires Butler 7.3 tfn. completely 'furnished and
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J i* vNa.r''e EAGLEPRIrt 24.88 1.96 1. J i. y overhead and operating USE THE (AUNDRAMAT at pets, 1.4 mi. from Worthington -
WAS 7 88 capital. Write Soul. Post Office, on Hwy.
,1 HWY 100 the
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l /i SALE PRICE 21.88 SA price, not weart, Top 1 IJ Systems, Inc.. Rt 3. Box 298. We have a wash dry and 18 Brooker Rd.l $125 mo
SAVE LESS Classicbutlon Western styling with maker; 100% cotton Gastonia N.C. 28052 or call fold service 25 cents lb. first and last In advance
Iron! closing cuff and knit briefs or T-shirts l
NORELCO 1t 96.2308.
TOWELS REBATE 5.OO DRY CHLORINE,75 LBS. side lab. Men' *ue* S to XL. In 2-pas. Men S, I 1-704-864-2306. 2.15 2tpd Attendant on duty tfn. tfnchg.
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Jumbo roll of 125 one-ply Brew"control and Brew Miser'feature 115%granular dry formula keeps 1If 1 97 : 'M. u' Lake Butler: 10 mm.' from
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Fit sizes 10-13, 3pack. Slpht Income tax preparation.Our mo. |juslln.ide
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Look For Name On Hand Sign In Front Of Her Home You -Can' Mas it.

; Located On US 301 South In Starke Across From KOA Campground,.

312 W. MADISON ST. STARKE ,fLORID III Open Dally 0 00 A M.. .10.00 P M Phone 964-871

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WANTED"IN Young IA.YITTE chlldr.n.1 I PICKUP TRUCK. 4.2 tore 1974 IO'f I ': ,WAM.T O I: :. ,n QM.U I : ) (Ok.AJ' ; -
Saloy and nlc. home GMC Sierra Grand with .,: :RU..t: : I on your ;
Phone 964.$432. 1400 It 3.R 2 both
2.5 I 1-2$ 41pd I topper AT PS PS Radio ,
$15: 000 Phone 264 0689
and heater. $2.000 Phon PRICE FOR SALE BY OWNER Three or t'rwlUfe9ar
$21 RIWAROt Loft one rut TOP 264 ;JI27 21 t 6lchg :38
Frances BR :2 bath
Tyr*. 473 4933 Dental Gold ham. In country
colored Bola tuthion, lot one bath kitchen DR LR. Cons Sterling
CITA POSITIONS pollc.mormu.t 1 I before 5pm. or 473-4167 clod double GF Scrap Jewelry Big barn 1 acre*. owner will ARGENTINA iAMIA MAY: (1 '
> m patio car fI
Friday night' on R 230 between ,
b* MS gradual, never', otter 5 p.m. Itchg 2-15 hold mortgage at B I 1.2 ..
country tub and Bradford garage 4 ocr.. $250: chain Optical Frames pet per bole ol born J.M. Ed. ] '.
convicted" of a Colony mu.,I Hospital, Phone month Phone 964)8037) Watch Band ETC Phone ).R.BuMngton 25 pet down Phone word. box 626. Stork. A PHONE "..7176
b. Bradford resident,, 1967 TRUCKi P100 352 r.bullt 964-6112 or 964.5261 for i
964-5717 after S p m Itchg after 6 p.m Itchg 21 1 15 964.6 50. 1221. Phone 964 5377 2.' 2lpd TEMPLE
economically dlsodvantog-" engine, lour peed, needs 2-15 TFck appt. TFchg 2-15 ElfSN
.d. Contact 'Flo. Stat,I work best offer. Good hunt . . PALMS APARTMENTS. Elf I- Mobil horn THREE BEDROOM frame FIREWOOD FOR SAlli Cut J
Employment for application, truck. hone 964)8854.) 2.1$ axI MARY HAS A
Itchg 2-15 2tpd 2.22 1 ( "OR'' elencle. furnished. Weeklyor I I.* 'and $ r... Will pick up. home In Sampson City Hwy from turpentine locet.

\ ,, ,, ,..,lU.to.1 Its' monthly. 2313 N. Temple. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 227. Kitchen fully equipped, Phone 964.5617 2 8 3lpd
.. ,I Stark. TFchg 9645606. most furniture floe with 2.22 Everywhere thai Mary went. the sow the* reel **...*
1974 VEGA new engine, n.w ." .1 SALES Open 7 haute, large (lot, large was a sound Investment. $*. she. used e Irttl* .kvrafl*

Unian tine, n.w clutch $850. HAVE A HIGHLY PROFITABLE TWO APARTMENTS Two day a week TFchg garden pace. David Jones, Fill DIRT top toil foundo- t. ... ..*,..., and bought some of .her .wn> Now he

Phone 964-8749. Itpd 2-15 and beautiful |lean bedrooms, unfurnished In GOOD PRICES PAIDIor used 964-6074 between 1 and 7 lion and yordi Jimmy Mar- has a ten ihetter. and hedge golnit. Inf I..H*.. late

hop of your own. Featuring Stark*. Inquire To-Rna mobile home If mortgage I I. p.m. TFchg tin 964.5230.. 11.30 TF-chg. eft. the could. change" her preeerty. and watch her litH -

1977 DOOGI ASPEN. Special the latest In |jeans, denim Motel 1848 N. Tempi, 3/4paid or more OlIN'S BLOCK land grow Inf e big estet*. ,
Want: editionloaded." : Real nice and iporttweor. $15SCO Include Stark. TFchgKITCHENETTES MOBILE HOME SALES, bedroom HOME with :3 PIT lULL PUP$i6 wk old. TERWILLEGAR REALTY cm"help.We're" .. tevch with

car. $1,000 and take up beginning Inventory" 9645606. Open 7 day 2 both, with 12 $50. Phone 9647255. 2-15 Bradford County, Mary ton Invest In anything from

payment Phon. 9646580. fixture and training. You and sleeping weekly. H-chg. acres Phone of land. Carpet, CH-A. 2 7823577.
'tpd 2-15 have store in TFchg to vacant commercial. property. Call new and find. eut
Rd. may your open roam, TV. AC maid *.r- I
a* little a* IS day*. Call anytime "vice, weekly and monthly WILL TRADE motor 20 In hp Mercury running MOBILE HOMESi Why pay GAS STORAGE BARRELS 500 how YOU can ........ little. .lend they sun ,fa grew. l lil
far Mr. Wllkorton Restaurant and lounge outboard good more? Buy direct from fac clean 55 gallon borroli. Get

ClassifiedAits 5013298326. Itpd 2-13 available. Underwood condition, for 10 hp tory. large selection of 24. ready for ihortag Phone Ml Pratt -1 Pram hornet-owner financed. ,
'''' Evlnrvd' In good running I.. 12 wldet. STARKE HOME 9646029 Buth'i Nursery 1$ owe Hwy MIMA Morgon Rd. !
Motel 3 1.2 mile North of
: o Jti'E; ( r I GetResults DEALER OPPORTUNITY. Malar Stark on US 301. TFchg condition. Phone 9645211or CENTER US 301 North. Open llpd 2ISBIKES lOll W. f>rarr-$27, 00.dec.,...... ''I

,[I ." 1 line of quality steel 964-8007.2-152tehg2-22.. 9 to dusk 1 to 6 Sunday. 10 are In vicinity ..1. tOOA-f 1>00 ecr*.
I building for farm Industrial BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED .c" 1 Phone 964)8741.) TFchg FOR SAIL Girl 20". Estate an lak* Gene,. teverel ham*.

cu'n'O"M" 'MA"DI"D"RA" ..'EII'.IS. and commercial one BR apartment. Carpet. :' ',EIS.O.U i I97B MOBILE HOME at Jo-Lu ItS; Ctrl Ion speed 125. Broeker $28.MO-BR 1 1.21 nearly new.KeyitenKlng .

Furnltura and floor coverIngs Rewarding opportunity for panel all the bathroom.curlty ;, f.tRVtCJS', i, ;, Motel and" Trailer Park Pay Phone 9645922. llpd 2.1$ Rd. beautiful' home-2000i... ft.$58.000.
tog 3 BR > B fntmo $14,000.
: free estimate at your FORD PICKUP. 1972, excellent person that can qualify requires .< door and light, equity and tok. up .
$1200 to $1500 for OX SPRING. AND MATTRESS Rd. 100 CB hem, commerclel trailer,
horn..SAW Enterprises. For d running condition private paved parking. Ideal SEWING MACHINES poymentt. Phone 964-6627 pop
loma overhead and operating for couple and REPAIRED. All makes Slightly new lull ill*. S.2A-S49.I20.
Stephen, 496-2219... $850. Also camp. top. extra single or clean. or see the mobile horn on
capital. Writ Soul. Building oiled and $150. Phone 782-3374 after 603 Plnewod-$31BOO e vary ple. .sent .",rprf.*.
9-14 tfnchg. high. lull tit' *. $125. retired perton No childrenor ad. adjusted. $7. lot II In traitor, pork Itpd .
I Phon 9646287. Systems, Inc..Rt S. Box 298 pet*. Excellent location. Work guaranteed. James 2.15 5:30 p.m. Itchg 2-15 Large apt. complex :Ml 70000.
3 BR. 2 BA HOME living TFchg Gastonla. N.C 28052 or call References required. Phone Strickland corner of 1301e.rlnB 31R. 28 CrttA $37.000.

room dining room, d.n, 7048642306. 2-13 2tpd 2.22 964)8243.) TFchg Morgan Rd. and Hwy TWO BEDROOM Mobil SEVERAL ITEMS Yorhihlr Furnished 48* 21 brick plus 0 acre $47.800.

larg kitchen, l laundry, 1971 TOYOTA Two door 16.TFcchg,a I Ham with CH-A carpet landroco boor hog 16 mo*. 40 acres hem*, trailer, Bessent Rd. $53,000.

screened porch. Separate need. minor repolrt; good '" ,c.. .. .".." .. .. THREE BEDROOM Block total electric} "very good con old. appro 400 Ib*? $175; Large A from ........ Rd. $42,000.

guet studio and workshop tires battery, clean Phone :IjlffflllllFREE ( bam. $200 month' plus $150 REPAIRS REMODELING.. Nw BUILDING kitchens, dition. Equity and toke overpayment 1974 Chevy 4WD pickup S37. 00-nw 3BR.2B cathedral celling
lot 964-6116 [ !. Phone 9646035oflr SWB $27.000 brick 1 BR I 1.2..ut" $22,000: SWD
Large corner facing lok. oft. 5 p.m. TFpd security, depoilf. Accept baths, family rooms. Brick now tins loaded city Mtg.
Excellent condition. Call 1 \. ." ".. ".. ; mall" children. Reference block.\'concrete Fireplacepeclalltlt. 3.30: p.m. Itchg 2-13 $3.000: 1975 Ford custom 4 Brick 3 BR 21 Rd. 230: CH4A $11.000. fenced.Redgrave .
4963348. Stchg 2-22. 1977 Dodge Monaco required. Phone 964 B582. Grllfi/ Construction Repossessed Two Bedroom door loaded 2495. Truck 3 BR 38 $42.100. .largo lot.

Brougham almost new all TO GOOD HOMSi llchg 215FURNISHED phone 473-2108 or hem 'In Crystal' Lake and cor In excellent condi 120 acr** HIM A high t rolllng-ewner financed I

LARGE ANTIQUE OAK equipment. :> Medium else, poodle, 473-2578. TfchyBRADFORD Hometltei. Two bath. LR tI_. Phone 9647251. Itpd Store an 301 owner financed.
TAME with six itained Adam $3795 femol..spayed. love kids EFFICIENCY DR. Kitchen, garage. Small 2.15 717 W. Call 29.000 .lovely. Interior. .
Auto Solos
ladd.r-bock.d chairs $150. and houteoroken. Phone APTl on. bedroom private, SEPTIC TANK down payment EZ terms. $16400 Duple. Rd. 16 leke owner fin
Phon. 4962371. 2.15 Jtpd Keyslon Mrs. 4734470SEI 964-3613 and 964-6232. Itpd bath utilities Included 314 SERVICE Bradford reslden-' Phone Guaranty Federal GARAGE SAlli Furniture, 42A Inside' city owner financed.
2.22 2-13 N. Temple Ave. Ideal for pump-out $45. Com.m.rclol 9645000. ttcho2l5ILLUSTRATED motorcycle, clothing Commercial lots. Cell St. owner financed.
US FOR and Industrial.
QUALITY cart or senior citizens. no children.no llcenied. Phone 964-8121.Fully ,- .. "" -.. ", miscellaneous Horn. 612 lawtey :301 .part .. Motel 14000.
1970 CHEVY KlngiwoodEitat truck at rea.onoble'prlc..!, LOANS BY PHONE pet. $130 to $150 per TFcha ". '"' "' East Washington Ave Fri. 40 acre. house near lulu, 1% Money

Wagon V8, AT PS. Adam Auto HI .Sales Homownr, you may month. Security deposit. : ;I,,,1 B.;ii!"I,ftj t day and Saturday 9 a.m. to leke Butler 88 acre beautiful brick heme.leke .

PB. AM-FM AC. 57,000 Keystone 4734470. qualify for a loon of $3,000 Call E. S. Sand.*. 964.7344.Itpd INCOME TAX SERVICE by I .. ,0. ... ..' 5 p.m. Itchg 2-IS Butler L..I,. large brick ", ,,,,-'55.000.
mil.., $450. Phon. or more on the equity 'In 2-15 qualified preparer. If you readable,, 1300 acre In the riewberry-Archer eree.Brownie .
4962769. I tpd 2.15 GRANADA 2 door your horn. Applicationtoken hove to pay money la IRS understandable. Good FOUR FAMILY GARAGE Rd. II '.2 A plus hem. ..| I

Adam extra clean Auto new '11'...$2495 by phona." Will alto TWO BEDROOM ono both very. year:or not getting New Bible, Published by SALE Friday ond Saturday. 4 lot $2500 *a laurel Baptist Church Rd.: \

GOOSENECK HORSE Keyston Ht .Sol. buy existing, mortgage at apartment WW carpet; enough bock, give me a call. the American Bible Society, Children' cloth!. Infant to $41.800 large ham plus $ ecre $41.800.

TRAILER Will hold six 473.4470r discount. William J. Trlgg upstair AC. healer no Sat. and Sun Phone $2 each. Alto. Children's she' 5, girls size K>, boys size' 337 N. Walnut wonderful home and 4 apt.

... Excellent condition. r I97 FORD Licensed Mortgage Broker children no 'pets. $175 7823321. Short form. $S; living Bible Phone 12.14; portable dl.hwa.h.r.drop. t 1.
$1500. Phon. 496-2043. PICK UP. factorytopper. Rt 1, Box 40, Hampton Fla. month $175 security long forms, $10 and up. I tpd 964.8746.2.1/1cho2.22 I .., bik*. 1512 E. Coll. Lucid Conner Spry Associate 94-8420

Ado have 14 ft. ftatbad $3I9S.M 32044 Phone 468-1642. deposit. Phone 964-7444 2.15 '" ,'; :& Stark. Moving .. no Charles Thomas Associate 471-244
Auto TFchg t. -
equipment trailer alter 6 p.m Itpd 2.15 reasonable offer rlutd.
31chg 3.1 Keystone Ht*. 473-4470. DOG GROOMING Bath $3: beds chair, pod, hand Itchg 215APPROX. r- I 1
Toy Poodle' 8.50; Minlatum unit; call or writ 2201
MARY KAYCOSMETICS $10: Boarding $3 per day. N.W. 36th Drive, Gaines ONE ACRE LOT
YARD SALE Feb. 17, 9 a.m. BEDROOM 2 both cottageon
Gum Creek villa. 3721979. Sole and REGISTERGAS \
55 Gal. Kennel partially fenced
until all'. gone. Ceramic, Crystal lake. AC. Adult* septic
furniture, and odd 964.5922.2-IS TFchg servic 1.25 4tpd 2-13. tank 4 Inch well large utility Lillian
clothing Metal Ink Drums only no pet. $200 monthly li C. IVnrnonREALTOR AND (OIL
and .ndi. 380 S.W. 3rd St.. I Louise Starling Phone 4733581. 2.15 2tchg NURSERY STOCK large fruit room very private. 3
Lake Butler. Itpd 2-15 '5 Ea.TELEGRAPH. 2.22 CHILD CARE 'In my home trees Peach pear nectarine mil*. South ol Stark. SOt S. TkoMM"" St. !

I Evening 473-3002 Monday through Friday. persimmons' applet Phone 9646035. Itchg 2.IS I."" n:,'. .(>KII>\ t&4-5u S
1<.",.Ion. Height! Fenced yard hot meal. In
for Florida
TWO BEDROOM TRAILER an10Vl. grape, citrus,
r.rMi I town location. Phone fiREWOOD. Hall cord of LP'..
135 W Call St. ... Highway Phone fig guava. Azaleas and 80 ,
9645219. Itchg 2-15 2-lS,3chg 2-22 com.Ilia., $1.50 18"-24" up.Evergreen pine, $25. Cedar trees for ACRES GOOD farmland FNIOHRnlpli
Starker Florida sale 8 1.2 to 9 ft. fenced 3 BR 2 Both
Janet M *, hedge plant, cypresspoles L
ellwaaw. '
frame PllliRr /
BULLDOZER WORKS Lot house, large barn v
064-6305 TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX 2 thade andlowering tr.... for sole. Phone rr ;
,. bath, carpeting 'cl.o'.d...ditch?* cut roads Potted plantt and hanging 964.8210 alter 5 p.m. 215 secluded $150,000. .11111u11. WTIhIEIIFP I:
I grodedj! ,Clean landfilwonted I
AJI GeA. --gym ,
N .ES. 4 only. $150 month. Phone Save at Cornet Nurtery 23 lawtey, 3 BR. I both.
Immmmi 1 I 961-eoe or 964-650Q 202 K.I ;1gt i4-7961., I 1-25 mil. SE of Stark ''on Hwy' STUMPKNOCKER. 6 HP $31.950 term. ;*, t

Rea pinE4 4 elHiway TINLIT eiQa>,psil0 QIIangoVIark.. I'tpd i.15 .\.;" ekhg 4Mv r ro..ai liar ,' n '. -e"IDP' 'bjl;flolohonT.jf"Phok.1i I{.M.rk.sspedglse7bTrollInmotor :; .. g', 'iltdr1YAy'A; ; ?"Iliilishome I .fr ff 4RtirMi .

301 North Lawtey, 1-659-2163. 2-1 41chg ?-72. and' trailer. $850. t
BAKERS ASPHAlft. Seal i and 2 BR rental
Molding HOUSE FOR RENTt 3BR. 2 Phone 964-7423: at night
house, on IOacre., f.ncedand
,,4 TRAIL MOTEL Paneling I bath. CH-A, $250 month cooling ..rvlc..l.Stork now serving and 300 BALES OF HAYall or 4732593. Itchg 2-15 cron-fenced, outbuildings t i't

| Kitchen Cabinets I plus SIlO deposit. Phone Keystone, part SI.23 per bal. Phone pecan and fruit '
AOIOl Shady, secluded and AOII3 10 ocr.. with tree. Counter Tope 9646287. TFchg surrounding pr.o. Construction 964.$734. t 23 Ti-chg. 10' CAB OVER PICKUP: trees $35,600 termi.NEAT Dr>'nn
on a creek. Perfect for Bordered by a cr..k. EXCELLENT ol new drivewaysand CAMPER Stow,

NEWLY WEDS. This home TERMS. VanltleeFREE OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE parking lots; 'i.polrlngand EXCELLENT QUALITY HAVi refrigerator icebox i. corn- COTTACEodjocent.. lake with Jokeprivileges toG.org. Real Enlute

could grow* your naed I BUILDINGS $125 and $150.. leollng e."tlng Roland Slern. Phone mod for LWB truck $800. -2 .
.asphalt. ,Free, estimate. garagesfenced SMSN.TeupleAve.8Urk .
AOII4 8.2 acres ocr.*with 2 Phone 964-5261 or 964.6112. 961.8315,1.2SSIpd ?.2?. Phone 964-7423 or 4732593.'
grow. $13.400..
Phone 964 8465. 1-25' TF .. Fie.
BR frame home and I ESTIMATESIYAUGNN TFchg I Itchg 2.15ER V6487S8OltUe

AOI02 Charming. 3 BR storage building OWNER chg. HAY FOR SALE 200 boles at 4 ACRES I UP. beautiful
FINANCING. -JONNSON KITCHENETTES One BR .80 600 bales at $1 1. Round
homo.,.One storytaco BABYSITTING In my 'home- ; oaks, city water-paved .... "Me.4y
extarlor.; Possible' FHA M apartments, pool. TV Ac bales SIS each. Arthur Gas- FLORIIANP lldwalki-$3.000 ikreofk ier4if t ,. 6
financing. 1:30: PM 6.00: PM co.B utilities Included. Totally Monday through Friday, kin., phone 7823140. Ml per acreterms. II....'. *,> *>|..lelei. ..,
furnished. Weekly,, monthly Prefer Infant, Phon REAltY
Office 782-3931 1 40 S. Thompson St. B 964-8126 lIITFchCj.BULLDOZER .
rata' TEMPLE MOTEL. 880
AOI03 1.15 acr.. with a well 'iI: P.... **'..7700aU.N. 10 ACRES fronting SR230 < FOR LAND'S HA KEIigUe
on conty.molntaln.d: Home 782-3896 1 Old Coca Cole Plant N. Temple Ave., Stark. WORK, Small I LIMEROCKi Allen Taylor ..T..pl.l Av.. both tide Wilson Rood I. a. U..'lr I Ib4r S I!
graded road. NO DOWN Phone 964)7357.) 2-8 4tpd 3.1 dozer. londclearlng and Lowl.". Phone 782-3172 OFFICE SPACE, nice trees $22.000. .... 4 ktlk. k... ..

PAYMENT 964-5711 DUPLEX APARTMENT on leveling. Phone Jimmy Mar weekday alter 6pm. or FOR RENT ftOK IS 1 *!.'If"', (email eer..

o I Kingsley Lake. Furnished tin. 964-3230.-chg.! : anytime weekends.9-14 tf- 10 ACRES $15.000.: 20 --- -. .- -
two BR, Tear around. chg. THREE BR HOME for rent In acres $25,000 or 30 acre In Ir "' ....IF. RICHritMOKT -

: -. Private dock Phon. BILL'S SAW SHOPt Completsharpening nice section of town. pulpwood well a stptle- ITTTW.'pta.
Classified TUNE-UP SPECIALAt ..
964-5391, day or 964-7788 service,circular Meng Dairy Rd.. $40000. IhU MH .. I Mi .rr. .
Ads GelResults eves TFchg hand carbide, chain highly fertilized. Phone TEN ACRES unimproved. 11.1110. IInr
Your Home Or
Business mower blade hollow ground 9646071, t tfchg.WATSON'S land Griflli loop Rood, 10 100 ACRE FARM, opprox, '. -- ,. -

Inc. All Parts NICELY FURNISHED one and balanced. Leave at HOUSE OF pct. down. 100 pecan trees, well, septic NO now x rA"rot'IoTI:: ,
a t ,. SO tcr.t 4 ....U.... ,
$1995 And Labor bedroom apartment, Building Supply VACUUMSi Many bands of B elec. planted pasture i I
utilitle' furnished. Pi(vote Stark or Keystone Height. new vacuum Used FORTY ACRES unimproved 5 woodlands-divided by --:;. :r" OF LIITI

entrance Middle age per tf-chg. machine available Part land. lawtay area. paved rood good Investment 4.. cc >.. kl"> ,.. wlifc. ,
'FAUI.lKNEIlR'EAI.Tl'm -Also: No Job 1 Is. Too Small ion or senior citizens only and accessories for all $130.000. .. ..*..
LOST WEIGHTgsal.Iy; and 'HA/tYlle.er'iiV
n.ed apply. Inquire 603 E. fast with X-ll Diet Plan vacuum .".'.m.. 404 N.W, THREE BEDROOM ono bath r.!.. ,. ...... I tree 1000 n.Res '
.100% GUARANTEED WORK Av Goinetvllle.Phone cone block horn offOrange ".35 ACRES '1340 I
Washington! 2-8 TFchg $3.00 REDUCE Excess fluid 10th Ave.. on ,. rr 4..lrel
I St. US301-$56,500. fermi. .. ,
3767110. H-chg.
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2305 N. T.mpl. with X-PI, $3.50. Koch'sDrug.

Stark. Florida MECHANIC ON WHEELS .TWO Horn, BEDROOM furnished, In Mobil. ., Slork..',2.IIOtpd 4.5. SIGN PAINTINGFotf.. one 120 ...C.IS unimproved, DAY EVE. I WEEKENDS Net JTNT k'*. A.TF.F.N.AG'R.r.: le alter ,., !

Phone 4-50o5 coun 'Fo.t day lervice. See Rudy at seeded to Coastal Ber. she ...y ,.... .smy sew "
Chain link on- 712-1806
try. fenced. h..11 t ll..r..... I lull
DIXIE Phon964-68* l llchg 2-13 day service, See Rudy at Waldo Flea Market. Friday. muda, h'(Ik.. 11.11 II.U( reeei.sll .
: Paul H. Faulkner Waldo Flea Market. Friday, Sat.. Sun. Monday. TF chg. FM er !It.., private
Reottor Sat, FORTY ACRES M-L farm, UHASINGTONCadillacUldamobik "ereeael perch. ..rp.rl.
AUTO REPAIR 2 BR mobll horn In coun- Sunday Monday'""" TF l"7 Chevy PU 1.2.on rum with home, small amount illttjr '....CH A/t, .e
chg. $600. are .lei I. .1',. ( m4r
Susan Bakken try. Phon. 964-3261 or good cash > to mart Sake A Service 40.000.. 11111, "
Realtor Associate 964-5590 964-6112. Itchg 2-13. ALCOHOLICS'' 'ANONY- On. half double, wide i
MOUSi Phone 964-5148 Eveilafst ..I.... nil Fiat Selection Of U,< 44-4l72 or Mobil Ham 12 60.
Ivenlngs x $800. Y.r.le l LOW MILE "G F.I 1O.
r 964.6582. ff-chg. Phone 964-8303 after 5 p.m. cal *.li4 .. >, Brekm Taken OnCadMatTreuUt .. ewe.r, early, .... 14rm :
W* ere now offering oppralial ... ...err!. klecke .. ..
lervlcei for all typesof I i Itpd 2.15.UP.IGHT, P.*rl Aie-rews' ....7711 l. 'lr w.44 let H.R. I
property. ....Id.n.lol.comm.rclal. !. Well!t Drilling} WE'RE THE SWEETPOTATOES L.O. Dill 4TStl.. 2001 N.W/1J37W3011 11 (':J.r IJO.OOO. 11071,
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farm, ecreeg.and
I... Montgomery Ward PLL'E' JEAMi
Avocado green like new COl'NTR" H AlHtbe
$175. Phone 964-3504. llchg peeler ....u,
STATION with' 220 Fast Rotary : NEW HOMES. retreat! 1 kick. ., dry t f.. on Hwy 301. Drilling Equipment : 2.15. sick. like ... I .R. I 113bath
frontage : ,
? 5 BUSHEL M.kll. U.mt ...ll..4
Gr.a' location Includes STATE LICENSED CHAIN LINK PENCE ....r the .._ ire.., II
torn equipment ...... ....w........... material. Do It yourself and .*et leer* I.... pea te
Omu I sav. Installation available ...11..... > ,. M .4j.leliii
Pum 8 .. VETERANS acres le *..h.... 1..1
Free timate HandyMan : HOD:
SERVICE with two STATION lift and building severalremodeled ... .......... a..aa LEON: STARLING Fence Co.. 964-8359.;: TFchg, L..'.".
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off Ie.*. Lorg. New A Used '= EJ9rr2L Lawtey PATIO COVERS 10x20. 1179unln.'olled. As All*. A DSItltk !
storage building 210' x 210 limited supply. .it are bud ,. r',., W*
.. Vtrus "fOOOAs
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SalesPartSrvlc: I .. Low .have wasp ether IUito(.
on Hwy 301. "' Phone 7823310 GATOR ALUMINUM. 4620 r.,... H..... '......1.'
1 NW. 13th St.. Gainesville. Down ... CeeiBier.lel.. fee ..-
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TLTEY'Y : .... aa* Mr. and Mr* tV* *.** WS.sYbjeet.Is
by Elisabeth Terry and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Pastor wright and faattr. 'tat AMtawnOlf.wT ..... aUppU.trs TtA Bail frwto clues
Phone 782-3300 Charle Starling. visited helr MPs, Tnt lb. W.lllly AiMtta, Hat Mkhell,
ROAD BAPTIST Sunday School 10 I .%... art. Bpg til-law emf sister.Mr. Bright, J.... C........". Teresa Felton

CHURCH ACTIVITIES a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Lueille T. IVfff. tat and guests of their. par. .**., Mr. amd Mra.Fleam ajwJ MrJWTBr. eell and nfeeat Riefcard Orttlto. Broee Howard. Virginia]
CHURCH OF GOIXSunday School 10 Training Union 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting srter, Mr. and Sfi s. and StarMsjf. ,, ..... Joy e> Tf|| yilslil. on Sunday.Mr. Massey. Barbie Newport Slierrl Nor;
a.m.. Worship services a.m. and t p.m. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Pastor Rev family on Saturday. '' .. to Mrs. John Tyi, Sr., WM a Saturday sod MM.: WUUaon and daughter man. Nancy Teston. !
and YPE Wednesday James Psrrlsh. celebrate her and .. Dana of .. Lawtey Elementary: welcomes Mr. Billy -
Prayer Meeting birthday. ) ed a supper guest of bet*** daugnterlnlaw Jacksonville, were Saturday
night at 7 p.m.EVERGREEN. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday School spaghetti supper and d.y Mr. and Mrs John Tye." Jr., and evening upper guests of their parent. I MeRac aa our new P.E.!: Coach, replac-j
BAPTISTSunday Schol 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 ., family. Their mother Mrs. Kathryn Mr. and Mrs Donald Wllkiion Sr.. log Mr. Buddy Paterson who accepted at
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 cake.Mr.. and Mrs Dave Kelly aad son Hilliard of Jacksonville was their guest Brandy Dobbs of Lawtey granddaughter job si Bradford Middle School aa Assisi;
p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. Prayer Justin of Jacksonville. DonbJ.Kt6r and also. of Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, tant Principal. j:
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. p.m.SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAPTIST Lisa Ekard of Gainesville Mr. ail Mra Mr. and Mrs Fleam Starling were of Jacksonville was operated on Thursday Also, we would like to welcome MrJ
FAITH BAPTI8TRadio Program Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Services Reddy Cox, of Hilliard war Sunday dm Tuesday supper guests of their son and night in Bradford County hospital Larry Powell who has joined our staffs j!
WPXE Starke Dial AM 1490 FM 108.3 at 11 '.ID. and 7 p.m. BTS 5:43: p.m. Prayer flu gutsu of their parents Mr.and Mrs daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin for appendicitis She returned home on our new Special Education Teacher
8 a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. George Kelly. Other dinner gueauf were Starling and family of Bryceville. Saturday afternoon. replacing Mrs. Cynthia Serman Roall'lMr.
Service 11 a.m. and fl:30 p.m. Mr. J.D. Kelly Mr. and Mra. EarlTrox-: Mr. and Mrs, James Water spent 4 Miss Sherree Shin spent 'last wekend Powell resides Gainesville.This I
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 6:30 p.m. PERSONALS ell Mrs. Patricia Hayea and daughter days In Fresno, Calif., last week on with her friend Miss Debbie Ratllff of week Mrs. Sheila Starling and
Pastor A. E. Massey. Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshesr Ga.. Allison Hayes. business. SUrke. Mrs, Sheila McClellan have been doin
FIRST BAPTISTSunday School 9:43: and her son Terry Futeh and sons Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice visited Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling attendeda W.s. Crews Sr.. of Jacksonville .Visual Screening In grades K. 2. 4. all Ti
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 and Dean of Jacksonville Beach were her sisters Mrs. Pansy Knight and Mrs. Gospel Sing at the Lake Butler Church visited his mother Mrs. Pierce Crews on lie I students speech students and
p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. Prayer Monday dinner guests of his Aunt Miss Llnnle Harris of Maxvtlle on Friday. of God on Saturday night. Sunday afternoon. Special Education Students.
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Elisabeth Terry. Mrs. Futch returned Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee's Saturday Mr. and Mrs John Steele of Monroe. Mr. Fred Moore and her sister Mra.
CRACK SITED METIIODISTSunday home on Wednesday morning. supper guests were their cousins, Mr. Tenn., returned home last Wednesday Cecil Wade were guess of their sister LUNCH MENUi Feb. 19-23.
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Service. 11 Mr*. Doris Harrison of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Gordon Nelson of Fenwick. after spending some time with their son- Miss Rachel Boyer, Jacksonville, Sun MONDAY: lot dog on bun, mustard
a m. Methodist Youth Fellowship 8:30: and her sister Mrs. Evelyn Henery. of Penna. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of in.law.. and daughter Mr. and Mrs.Lester day.They attended services First Baptist ketchup baked beans, cole slaw fruit
p.m. Sunday night; Choir Practice on Starke, visited their Aunt Mrs. O.J. Warren Penna. and their Aunt Mrs. Walker and family.Mr. Church with her Sunday morning. cup. milk.TUESDAY. .
Wednesday night at 7:15: p.m. Anders on Monday afternoon Coral Titus of Hawthorne Fla.' and Mrs. Wilbur Water and family They took her out for a belated birthday : Turkey'with noodles.
Bible School Study Course at the Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa, spent Mr. and Mr. Frederick Prescott Mr. ,of SUrke. were supper guests of their lunch. All of them visited her brother cranberry sauce green sweet" peas, hot '
Church every Wednesday night at 8 p.m. sometime with her sister Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott and family parenu. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters on Doyle Boyer. biscuits. butter milk.
The Church has a nursery for preschool Moore. Saturday night they were supper of King,ley Lake and Mr. and Mrs Carl Saturday night. Mrs. Geraldine Norman her daughter WEDNESDAY* Boiled beans with ham
children during worship( service. guests of Mr. Moore's son.In.law and Norman and sons were Sunday dinner Mr and Mrs. Rob Frailer and family Rhonda, and her mother Mrs. Ola Starl. seasoning rice, candied yams, applesauce -
United Methodist Women met at the daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey of guests of their parent Mr. and Mrs. of Beckley. W.Va., were Friday afternoon lng attended Camp Meeting at Duck cinnamon. rolls bread buttermilk .
home of Mrs. Hubert Priest on Tuesday SUrke. Leonard Norman. guesU of their Uncle and Aunt Mr. Pond Baptist Church last week. Larry .
morning with 11 present. !Mrs. Wilma Miss Elisabeth Terry and Miss Ar- The LAWTEY DIXIE YOUTfy-had" and Mrs. Barry Watts on their way to Norman attended the meeting on Friday THURSDAY: Sausage link, rice with
Wainwright called the meeting to order. thurine Blanchard visited her sister their first meeting of the season al the Orlando to be with their parents Mr.and Night. Miss Sherree Shinn attended the tomtit gravy, green beans, grapefruit
Mrs. Frank Coaa gave the devotional. Miss Enu Blanchard and Mr. Thelma school on Thursday night. All future Mrs. Frank Honaker. meeting with them on Thursday night sections and cherries, hot rolls butter,
After! the business session" the meeting Wilson of Baker County Nursing Home, meetings will be on the first Thursday. of Mr. and Mr. Casey Dobbs, of Jacksonville Mr*. Bonnie Cox and Miss Angela milk.
adjourned. at Macclenny on Tuesday afternoon.Mr. every month. ,visited their parents Mr, and Mr*. Miller of Jacksonville spent Sunday FRIDAY: Sloppy Jots tin bun butteredcorn
The next meeting will be held at the and Mrs. James Anders of Mr. and Mra. Robert Starling and son Arlie Dobbs on Sunday afternoon.Mr. afternoon with their Aunt Mrs. Elva french fries ch..olotpudding..'
church Feb 2Wh.\ This will be the Program Palatak came for their Mother Mrs.O.J. David of Jacksonville were weekend. and Mrs. Frank Wainwrlrht and Reddish. milk. i
Meeting and Mrs. Esther Poreccawill Anders on Friday night. She was their ..
give the Program.The weekend guest. On Saturday they attended
church is taking the Youth Groupto the funeral of Mr. Anders niece.
Lake City Community College to visit Mrs. Ruby Parrlsh Carroll of Jackson
the David Wilkeraon Crusade on Sundayat ville.They brought Mrs.Anders home on
I p.m. Sunday afternoon.
IIH.IILAND BPTISTSunday School Mrs. Ethel Ellerbee of Panama City. "
9:43 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6 was a Sunday dinner guest of her brother Motors .
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
p.m. and Leonette. Mr. Ellerbee attended
HMTIST: Sunday School 10 '.m. services with them on Sunday morning.
Worship Services 11 am. and 7:30 p.m. Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta Ga., spent a
Prayer !Meeting Wednesday night at 7:30 few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 These Cars
Harold Eunice and other relatives.
p.m.I.OS/ ; DItnGE.: BAPTIST: Sunday Mrs. Wyolene Day and son Keith of '

S..hooiIO a.m. Worship Services a.m. Jacksonville visited her mother. Mrs 1 Si %' /r Have Been

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I HAMPTON AREA NEWS DrasticanyReduced

Senior Citizen Moved
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny McClure and son. %

The Hampton Senior Citizen Club will Kasey recently moved to High Springs
meet Friday, Feb. 16 at 2.p.m. in the city where he is employed. .
hall. All are welcome! Lawrence Meng left for Atlanta Sun _
day where he Is enrolled at the Bell and ,
Happy Birthday Howell Electronics School. InPrucePlusYouGetbh
Reverend James Shaw was honored on
School Volunteers ,
Sunday with a covered dish dinner In
volunteers who called to
Among were
celebration of his recent birthday.Christian the school for a group picture by a Brad. To Value
Church Members and of the friends Hampton brought along ford Telegraph photographer on Feb. 7 Up 40,000 Top Stamps

delicious food to the home of Mr. and were: Mrs. Cheryl Crawford Mrs. Diane

Mr\ ,. Lynn Hall for the occasion. Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Jolene Frlese Mrs. JoAnn ., ,
Evelyn Vaughan made a special Horne, Mra. Diane Hughes Mrs. Kathy --.
Fenlon Mrs. Catherine Manning Mrs.
decorated cake. Approximately people
D enjoyed the dinner and socialising.: Michelle Parker, Mrs. Mabel Sanders,
Mra. Carolyn Staler, Mrs Nancy SUrl
Trawlers log and Mr*. Cathy Williams.The .
students and teachers appreciateall
) Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Prevail returned .
the assistance given by this Industrious
home on Feb. 7 from a visit with former
of peoplel!
Air Force friends. Mr. and Mrs. Howard group
fail, In 'Little Rock, Arkansas. While Newspaper Reader rThp MI
Students in Mrs. Carole Stevenson'sseventh
there they visited a nearby shopping
I class their
grade appreciate
similarly to Disney
renter patterned
World. subscriptions to daily issues of the .
Florida Times Union Theyare ---..
newspaper -
It was cold of course but the trees In ---
mountainous decorated with learning about the paper masthead :
glistening I icicle areas nddcd to the lovely dateline., terminology factual accounts T''; : ....... ->- 9 DDDvR
of events captions explaining -
visited the Capitol :
I xrenery. They photographs and editorial cartoons. .. -1 : 4D
building at Little Kink and other points
Each day they read local and national i !I
of interest along the way. Enroute home
which discuss. read
news they They .
I hey toured the Capital building in --
editorials and are encouraged to write
Tallahassee.Mr their view of current issues. On
Thursdays they consult grocery ads for Value Stamps
and Mrs Nate Dynl returned
best also to
buys. They are learning comprehend
home on Friday after two weeks in _
the stock market reporU. For
D.iyton. Ohio. They flew there to visit many this is their first introduction to 9
I heir. son. Major Thomas Dyal who ist.ilinned reading a daily newspaper.I.unrh Save tOD When You Purchase
ill Wright Patterson Air Force
11.lie Temperature ranged from belowerotoa Menu .
/ high of 32 degree*, and they saw Feb. 19-23 1978
l Ih'nl nf beautiful white snow. ofDIaE t

Among I those. visiting Jose Moreira MONDAY Feb. 19,Corn dogs, cole

during I the patl week wenhn ..ish.rs.in. slow, french fries peach half peanut --- Granada (3( Ea. ) .
law Mr*. Irene Try'n.klllnd Mrs. Mary brittle milk.TUESDAY.. ,- "' .
l.idondiei. his. brother in law. Dominic r--
Curdimona. Rom-nune M.irtino, a niece, Feb. 20 Pizza butteredcorn -
.mil hi. nephew. Kohert Try/enski nil fruit cocktail, cinnamon roll milk. .:... .,"' ..- ..J.. Fairmont i ((3 Ea.)
from Wilkes Barre Pa. They flew in to [ ,
Gnnvs.ilk on Wednesday and returned WEDNESDAY. Feb. 21-Veg-Beef .:: : .
hunie on Friday soup grilled cheese sandwich : If.: I .
green -i
"peas, jcllo. brownie milk. 1\ Mustang ((1 lEa.) .
ll.ippv, Kirthday t lo Richard Mowry on
.rYh2.\ lie was honored with a family THURSDAY. Feb. 22 Thicken w-rice,
p.iru, attended also by Mr. and l Mra... peanut butter cup green bean & Fiesta (1( Ea.
J.ime NeHNnulh. Among his gifts were potatoes, strawberry. shortcake, roll
I I"n n.bra fim'h"III"add In the family collection milk.
Shop s
of l inil. They all enjoyed; a
decorated. rake and l cither refreshments. FRIDAY. Feb. Cheeseburger, _

llapp Kirlhdain Carolyn Joyner on lettuce I tomato pickle, french Irll" ap First
Frhrury, .11 I! plesauce, popsicle milk. :

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l h> .leiinetle' l'rr riill daughter Tina who died as'I he result of '
phone tl4.I7I: an automobile accident February 7'ln
liradenlon.. Fl. % :
\\ IIIIII\li: ;: Their funeral' were' held at 2:00: p.m. :

Feb 10. in Gentry Morrison Funeral. .
Miss ('In.ly Yvonne Kntfher. daughter Home In Lakeland. Fl. Interment followed -- .
III Mr. and Mr. Shelby J. Hiiloher.latne in Ml. Tubor Cemetery near Lake 964.7200 STARKE'
Mlli>, wa* united in ", marriage to land. They were" I the wife and daughter of FLORIDA
Charle Hirhanl ,''''Ih'n. son of Mrs.Jn Brooker' Marshall Tommy Raulerson. On The PurchaseOf
>,f t'axllen., ale,. of (C.ilnellle. In the
llrooker; ll.ipli, Church by Rev. Howard School' Lunch :Menu
"1..11.1 Tuesday. IVh. 8. February l U! -2l:!:I Anyt5l751
The newly l weds arc residing in Monday Baked: sausage baked sweet 1
Gainrsvillr at :Mli(: < N.\V. 19th St. They potatoes, cranberry cobbler celery
unite. all their friend In visit them green beans. rolls. milk.
Tuesday Hamburger! pie. w' ..cheese,carrot
.11 Ii:..:;rllE: \ 2OOOO
KrnVHKT: Mix. steamed cabbage fruit cup rolls LTDrJj ;
New River lljrtist' Church's Young milk. "SSW
Aduli are .to hold .their Sweetheart Ran Wednesday Baked fl..h. Tarter sauce 5 am .
<|iiel at Ihe \Vrlrrnrrrr in creamed hrorol! gingerbread! w-Cooj
H.in'II\'iII.; Saturday' night February Whip, hush puppies french fries milk.
I Ii'. All members are Invited to attend. ThurdajrRoated chicken w-gravy.. << On The Purchase

mashed potatoes, orange frozen cup.

PKRMNI.s::Mr*. l>..ri..*.Keller. accompanied': by her creamed Friday Beans peas cornbread.and weiner milk.cole slaw- LI Of Anyw

rhlldren. Ch.irle' Kelley and Carolyn orange and pineapple pie.. wheat rolls.
l Ih."I..ra..d. l.> ..;n. Mr. and :\1,.. Winston
Kelley to .
helptheir s"n. Peon celebrate hls'llihbirthday. ************

J Bat Feb. 10. They all went
J (fUhln\ >r and raa hi 90 alingrthrr. ,,'a* avery SERVICEMAN
enjoyable ,1.81lon.11'1.: J.H.
j limrll'* rhildren were all with her to Ptt. Earl Bedford
I help rrlehralr her Ml h birthday Sunday.
Assigned I*Germany
I Fvbruary II. a
I Pvt. Earl T. Bedford son of Mrs. EllaV. .
I Vat hut :Martin. Route 1, Starke.recently was ."
Th. Town of Brooker Resident extend assigned aa a telephone cable installer t 11 I '
i their heartfelt sympathy t ) family of Ann Raulerson. and her wigsburg. Cermaay.

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