twice this year but BHS coach shooting one-and-ones on non- Ph Uv 1.1..P. T.rt.. s-e-e. P. .-.-.. iSrOTm i-s.i. the visiting RatdenTwoii the second.
v I Warney Adkinson is still worried. shooting fouls the rest of the quarter: tHt C fMr"! r,1 TMl+...1.toN'-''M, .*. MIN_ 14-4. MamllMO44I1. quarter 1V6 tei:Uim'ft 17-15 hatftime< : '
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7c I ... about the Panthers. Shooting one-and-ones that is-not .15.a"'.11. rMlll I..-..T.Ml IS SSOF45BHS39 lead.and the wia. ,
: : "We've beaten Palatka two points making them. Fred Robinson ted Santa ?*.T nab

'liP' ..M1...',. in the last seconds the last three times Just when frustrated fans saw signs 10-10. with 16 points! with DwayneCtoi-' .won
we've played them" Adkinson noted of an upset over the Bobcats (who adding a dozen markers. .
"when you do that you can't help but may have entered the fray thinkingmore The Tornadoes edged into a 21-16 Bradford managed double figures
J.- wonder if the law of averages is going about their Thursday, Feb. 22, lead early in the third period on a in only one qwarter-Uve fourttaoahad .' '
to catch up to you." district matchup with North Marion) Glen Carter bucket but then turned only one Individuat-Curtls Shell-
,ji. .. "I also don't know if we're as good a the Tornadoes saw their hopes trickle the ball and the game over to the score in double digits. Shell taUi.xU4
club as we were when we played them away as charity tosses trickled off the visiting Wildcats in Starke Saturday points while Frazier Bass and. Wen I
,: ,. early in the year (when Bradford had rim. BITS hit but hit three of 12 first night. Carter managed six points spice
4' "I... r two starters it doesn't now have half foul line chances and missed Forest ran off 10 straight points in aga' t the tall Santa Fs ", a __ .
} ,. Last weekend Bradford fell to Santa' SEVEN front ends of one-and-ones as I''if .Is
4r.; :.. \ Fe 31-51 Friday night, Ocala Forest! ) the Gainesville school erased the 8-4 .. ..
,.:.. ;t.t': ::1: '. ,JIIiBJ tIIf_.. .__ _____' 39-43 Saturday night and then had at: first quarter deficit and grabbed a .

Bradford High's Kevin 'Miller, number 25. looks for help against Ocala intense effort prove no match for bot 16-13 halftime lead-despite excellent BHS Lady Netters Win Two, I IThe
Forest. ched free throw.opportunities in los. Tornado defense and shoddy
Buchholz shooting.At Lady Tornado tennis team
intermission BUS coach Warney fashioned a 2-1 week to up its season
Adkinson kept his club on the floor record to 2-4.

Netters UC Pdlatl For 1st Winshands shooting free throws and it payed After Lake City extended a BUS los
Clip ta
Tornado dividends. The Tornadoes hit five of ing streak to four matches with a 6-1
five freebies In the last half but out win Friday the Bradford girls starteda

Bradford High's boys tennis team D-M.,, Cil.v.militant' 4. OI..ll..,.'''.... t.SM of Lake City Friday. side gunnery by the 'Cats and BHS win streak with a 6-1 victory over 4 4r
earned its first win of the season witha ( .krMli....>).i lord."ls 7-0 whitewash of Union County and I for BUS as he fell to defeat for;the with 2:32: to go in the third period. of Palatka Tuesday afteroon at
then scored a 4-3 win over Palatka first time this year in 'oumbertwo BHS.
last week to up its season record to BIIS7-UCO singles-losing 8-9 in a tiebreaker to BUS made a final run at the lead as
24. Lake City's Roger Brunner. Ed Hamilton scored 10 points in a 12
The Tornadoes earned their first point BHS spree and Curtis Shell added OilS I.Pal. 1
mtss.Palatka3 win Monday afternoon with a home- .....'., *.*,...,4. 1C.* 0_.W. _.!C... two 13 foot Jumpers from the wingto :
court white-washing of Union MIo.......(H.bw.k.t' )!Chufc 1C. 4._.*t.4.CUitUwli .
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close the to 31-36 5:54: to
IC.d. _. .... ...... C.d _K gap Bradford won all five singles mat
Steve Griffis Chuck Johnson, Rip Steve Griffis, Chuck Johnson Rip _. 1C. .. Or mn Hall ... play Buchholz then got a four point ches to.cinch,the win over the Lady _
Pratt and Robbie Pierce won singles Pratt, Carlos Hernandez and Rip ..v.&O'4. 1C, t. J.......,....... *.|. play when a bucket was followed by afoul Panthers Tuesday in Starke.
matches to clinch a Bradford win Pratt all eased to singles win againstthe h call and another basket as the Janice Jockel won her second
before the doubles in Tuesday afternoon Tigers with Chuck teaming with 'Cats opened the margin back up to straight 8-0 match in number one
play in Starke. brother Chub to win the number one The Tornadoes have Just one match 43-31 to take the wind out of the home singles and then teamed with Elise
Griffis won the number one match doubles match and Hernandez pairIng next week, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. side's sails. Johns to win an 8-0 whitewash in the
8-5. Johnson was an 8-3 winner at with Mike Akndge to claim the 27, at Keystone Heights. "The foul shooting and the second top doubles match to key the victory
number two doubles match.
number two, Pratt won 8-3 in the third Cecilia Infante, Johns, Terri! Thomas m
spot and Pierce shutout John "..4.'S..Si' GrIHIl,......S S. .4.4.c.Srimn.... S 4l I >.;..John.....**... S...4.4Wo Softball Season Kicks Off In Brooker* and! Karen Macy also won in singles.
Bagarley 8-0 in the victory. Johnson'swin M.f..dd.dl: Pr.,t. S. 4. l..,..... S I.
was fifth in six matches. D..bl... J.h..J.h.... a. 4. JrIH.. .. Brocket's Rainbow Merchants: Softball Saturday lid.(liter will get underway ......... todi.l. S. t. VkfcOT 4-4i Mm**, '. t. 4u44S4iMH
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match and both doubles. ts the local softball season with a five tram ..M r..II. jMk.|..Mm, S. 4. VM.ra.S..Mr tSlM ..+ < I .It IlItt ..___, .. .
((4 il.il.<, .., "4.<_.4 nmfmmrm Au..'..... ,.... round, robin tournament Saturday, Feb. chants, three Gainesville teams: Super* .Hto44.. P. 4. 0 .klM.Cr.-l.r4 .... 24 Dtor i'-J': "
_.._) Pretzel Merchants and the Cecilia Infante served.. her warts an y
LC7- 811SB 24, and ire also taking entries for the 12 Hogtown
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Pran S.4 I.r.1: tt.m.n p t. H..nd..e The Tornadoes underwent a team Brooker Invitational Mt for the Gainesville Businessmen along with BIIS8-UC1 Cowty Ckrrylllarrell -
: :,...... S.4 ......." ... whitewashing of their own at the weekend of March 1619. Guynn't of High Spring In amhef, two singles I_.
day. ,. ':. ;
h. Janice Jockel started things off on :,,0: : .
the right foot with an 8-0 decision of ... :

Anita Griffis in the number one .-.. ,.......:,. .,.'j.. "
ingles match as BHS eased,to a 6-1 "f"'Y. :
dP..' ED ftENCIL -- !JIIo.J ..... Jt+'in over tbt nee1ghA ;I ng "Ladyffigere and JoeUa Crawford'were cl.'.+
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Karen Macy won in singles while '.",
SRLE Jockel and Infante teamed for a win .._..! JM.|.S.A p.INH.k. la..... 1;/............
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M'".,'. 1 Linda De 'Witt Wins Oak's Mall 10 Miler To Pace Pn. idrtinnprs f

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-',;' ".., U year old Linda DeWitt of Starke The Bradford Roadrunner.Glum.hasUs) in llhe IS and under event. Bkdillo.
:;'i'.';: -. lea way I three mite y_th road..... a*UM fer.*V. ed the line with lime ot 17:08 to roM-win my Chasuln. sixth.. and Allen. Davis Roadrunner following. Drwttt' ia the.
,; ':':t 1M4 furls age group to leered anca ford MIMto. School caw**..*..,...ff-. both the overall went and tile If tenth. Top age group ,.....* from the girl flat were: Barbie. Newport sefond
'r., tingent of Bradford RoadrunnersClub 10, and won both the by sad girls. s/at old age group. Dewilt was the first year Roadrunner were Gene Powell,second In 819. Pam Hawkins Hflk. LawMen
girl In the nine and under groups John Fran seventh. Melanie. Wood eight,
entrants last Saturday's Oak's division ov.r running tem cobs, .to complete' the run and was 14th overall *
.,; Mall 10 mile run. Valdosla. Georgia and the Gator Alma with her :1U: tips cia (first and Hal Wood third in the "'- Igroup and Ann L.op.r.12th.Loral .
,, The sixth grade Bradford Middle log Club Other boy' division ; Tlmmy CluiUIn first and Allen
lop placer* from Davis third In If.lot Rithara I champion were
Bodilto firstin g group
\i." School student headed an age group Roadrunner* Linda Dewltt sad the local club
were Richard Badillo. .
'. field of e- 14 ISl and Johnny Badillo first l ll the Dewilt in the 10-11 clan and Newport In
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't< roughly 30 contestants from Johnny Badillo took the Individual tttls Bond 'In 18:18,John Frands. fourth Tim. .
157." old the 12-13 division.o
1 North and Central Florida and group.
Georgia with her time of one hour-19 i'

minutes-49 10 miler that seconds drew in world-class the Gainesville run- BHS Opens Baseball Season Versus U. CountyBradford QUIZ

ners from as far away as Oregon

f"1" "It was the first time I've ever run High School's baseball out the Infield. David Sparks is slated BUS1 second game will be In the
10 miles In a race but I've run 13 milesIn team opens Its season against to start In left field with Jeffery Nor- PalaUca High Tournament against rIrJERRYLU j
neighborhood rival Lake Butler- man in center and Junior Schoening Crescent Feb I
practice, the 65 pound runner In City Wednesday, 23, at
Union County Friday night at 7:30: at right. 7 in Palatka. !
said "and I'm getting ready to run in the BHS field.Baseball Union County a 2A p.m. 1
a marathon (26 miles. 303 yards).
has young but \
coach Mike Hartley last .
year. Tigers
'--' -- Other road runners who entered the are Cheap-seal for Children
i year old Linda DeWitt of SUrke. announced his probable starting have seven players who started at one
finished and
1.230 event (863 ) ,
person ._
a Bradford :Middle School student finished lineup for tomorrow night's game time last year and boast one of the Hartley announced prices for this
high were: George Bowen
captured ferret place In the 11.... year who led the locals across the line In with freshman Scott Allen getting the slongest batterys around In pitcher season's baseball games, noting that THE KNICK9.WHO CAREER WITH
old girls division of the Oak's Mall 10 57:04: to finish 54th overall; Barbie pitching chores In his first varsity Toby Dillow and cather Jon Pritchett. young students will get price breaks. PIP
Mile Run last Saturday. Newport, who placed fifth in the girls game. Keith Northrup will be behindthe Dillow was 14-3 as a Junior and one of Bradford: Middle School students will JERRY SPEAK IN WITH
Linda run with the Bradford 11-14 bracket to win a plaque with her plate with first baseman Doug the top moundsmen In the North tw charged a quarter for admission A. SAN FRANCISCO
Roadrunner Club. time of 1:33.02; Richard Badillo who Reddish, second-sacker Randy Florida American Legion league and elementary school pupils can B. 6T. LOUIS
... Parade shortstop Kenny Clark and while Pritchett smacked out a .400 enter free. Student admission is 75 C CINCINATTI
p'a. ..... crossed in 1:10.45 to take ninth In the third baseman Bill ,
boys 11.14 age group; Ed Crews Goodge rounding batting average a junior. cents-adult f 1.50. A? IO:JaMSIIt

whose 1:19.43 clocking earned 12th In
the boys 11.14 group; and Gene .' <" 'fI '{ "" '
Powell who was eighth In the boys 10 : i. ,
and under category with a 1:23.54 .... a

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"The times were good consideringthe TG& Y !
w rrL chill factor In Gainesville Satur. :
day was around 33 degrees" noted
Roadrunner Coach George Loper
"the conditions were tough." .
The adult field Included runners 4
from Europe and former American
J olympian Paul Geis of Oregon as wellas ;4'FABRIC
record-setting winner Steve Foster

((47:27.4): ) of the Athletic Attic Club of : ..
Gainesville. Nancy Shafer of the w "
Florida Track Club won the women's s v !
division with a 58:15.8 time.
Loper said the six Roadrunners who t(
place In the Oak's mall run as well as

!Ii: -4 four other local distance runners are
in preperation for the Florida ztt
H-irhlf Newport of I.awley and Ihe -. .,
Roadrunners Marathon young DeWitt talked of. y.J" "', ".. ,
look fifth place In the The run is set for March 3 in
11.11 ,:,Irlll rtixislun of the nalnf'ullleIII Gainesville and the 10 Roadrunnersare ..... '-, "T". ':",...".'.> ". ....
miler which drew adult contestant ." "a'.I ""
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By any standards Bradford High School has had a rough Winter sports season I; these savings on beautiful Double Knit. A

but a check of the present rosters gives hope that the 1980 cold season shouldn'tbe durable fabric. 58/60" wide. 100% .
so hard to bear. Polyester. .7' J
Just.about every squad will return a good nucleus of-athletes from this ,' 'dr.
season's team. All-totaled the BHS Winter squads (I'm'not counting weightlifting ,
which runs Into the Spring) have suffered. through a :37 win-57 loss season ,'r? \
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that's a .394 winning percentage. 1t .
Congrats are due the girls junior varsity basketball team which was the 4 '''
school's only winner at 9-3, and the wrestling team, which was the only other 1.97 ,
team to break even at 77. 1 Reg.
Boys varsity basketball is certain to be better next year, what with four ....
starters and two reserves coming back. Varsity players Kevin Miller Frazier
Bass Fred Hollis Curtis Shell. Edward Hamilton,Tony Robinson,and Charles
Lee will return (barring unforeseen occurences), Junior varsity players suchas '
Kevin Reddish Steve Marks Dwayne McBride and Kerry Fisher also J ,
should help the basketball situation next year. 1 57
Girls basketball coach Jerry McGriff should be in even better shape that boys
counterpart Warney Adklnson next season. McGriff Is due to have seven Yd.
players from this year's 5-12 vanity back. Sandra Darley Jannette Easley.
Valery Chandler. Theressa Woody Judy Hankerson Robin Williams, and
Janice Berry all have their senior year's left. JV regulars Mae Hollis, Hope
Jackson Tracy Hankerson Janet Williams and Louette Smith will add more
varsity talent. Jackson. this year's JV star, .and Hankerson will only'be r

sophomores. .
Wrestling coach Ronnie Harris will no longer have the services of district
Bright Alan Montgomery and Martin Slocum so
champs Henry Pete Anthony
things aren't too bright for the mat team but their Is talent coming back. Bright Cloud Etch N Sketch
District titlists Allen Scott,and Danny Nugent have one more year left and let-
termen Todd Samons. Ronald Mathews Billy Green Johnny Bell, and Frank
Swindell all will be seniors in 1980. Qiana Plains Monotone Dress Prints

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Softball In the know about 1s the Brooker Invitational J
The first big tourney area
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scheduled for March 18-18. Rainbow Merchants, the old Brooker club, lathe i/65" wide, 100%
host for what Is slated to be a 12 team affair.Eight or nine spots were still Nylon. So soft ton. These solids go'I I
open on last conversation so teams can still call Steve Nipper at 485-1031 for en- and prettyl/ anywhere!
try information....I watched four innings of the Keystone Heights-Newberry
baseball game last Thursday afternoon and was Impressed with our neighboring -
Indians. 'fhtoy've still got 4-5 players busy with basketball but the roster ta Reg. 3.98 Yd.. ,
full of players who lettered last season and then played summer and fall Reg. 1 1.
''American Legion baseball with Keystone (along with Bradford High's Dinky 0 I It ,98Yd. Yd.
Kilby and Keith Northrup). They fell behind. 3-0 early but beat Newberry, a A 0 1.
defending district and region AA champ 9-4 with Jay Bergman the U. of 0f0 3 4.
Florida baseball coach's son. getting shelled by KH batters in the late Innings. d. I
The greatest thing the KH summer program does Is develop hitters I believe
From the top of the order to the bottom Keystone stings the ball BHS gets shots fi
at KH Saturday April 14. at home and the following Saturday on KH's beautiful Y W
diamond..... Basketball fans get the first chance to see number one ranked Indiana
State and top collegian Larry Bird Saturday on NBCs game of the week.
The Sycamores face Wichita State, a 13-11 team...,. "It's really not that late
because the small school's are just making their recruiUn.wings down here." Butterfly PalenciaBroadcloth_ l
said BUS football coach David Hurse when asked if Marvin Tyson or Marcus r
Cruce are still in line for a grid scholarship. Hurse said Baptist College of South
Carolina has shown interest in both. Ottawa College Kansas and Davidson Lining Plains i
North Carolina,are considering Tyson and Jacksonville St., Alabama, is lookIng -
at Cruce..... Telegraph Editor Bobby Ferguson said the officiating in JV 45" wide 100% 44/45" wide. 65%
basketball games of late has consistently gone against Bradford-and with only polyester. The Kodel Polyester/35%
six players on the roster BUS hardly needs foul trouble. good-looking' in Combed Cotton.

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Season Ended in District

Saturday for BHSBradford St. Augustine ended the Lady Tornado Jackson was moved up to varsity with
basketball season with a 11... two junior vanity teamates for the
High's boys and;; girls Linda Sawyer and Valery Chandler win in the first round of the district tournament and came through with a
, track and field teams make their sophomores Kathy Henderson. Lori AAA girls basketball tournament team-high 12 points-nearly her JV
: opening runs of the season this I Tammy Baldry Patrice NYMIY Thursday Feb. 15, In St. Augustine. average.
{i weekend in Green Cove Saturday Tankard, Jane Saucer Juanita Bet- Green Cove-Clay took the tourney "Hope came down and scored threeor
Feb. 24, with a scheduled tri-meet tenon. Yvonne Sanders and Patty 14 / F n crown and a berth In the regional four buckets in a row for us at one
against Clay High and Keystone Chesser; and ninth graders Pam ; playoffs by beating Palatka Thursday stretch to help us get close but she got
llights. Pratt. Kitty Leasure and Tiffany night and then whipping SA for the cold like everybody else."
The meet ,is the first in a event Griffis. district title Saturday night. Theressa Woody added eight points
schedule for the Tornado and Lady for Bradford while Janette Easley
Tornado harriers this season In- "We've got three seniors 11 1, Ire W, JA57. BHS 44 canned seven tallies. Bridgltte
cluding runs in the Florida Relays at juniors nine sophomores and six In Thursday's season finale Brad- James 22 and Elaine Forbes, 14. led
the University of Florida. freshman so you can see we'll be t n ford fell behind 1M early but crept Lady Yellow Jacket scorers
Both teams are headed by new young" Howard noted, "but we've l back into the game in the second half "Really we had more success than
coaches so early season action figuresto got the girls who went to state last and trailed only 4ft-44 with 2:30 to go. we ever have previously" McGriff
be a testing period as the coaches year and I think we could get a mile "Then we just hit a cold streak so noted as he looked back on the varsity
move athletes to different events. medley relay team to state this the score looks a lot worse than it girls 5-12 season "we had as many
Grover Howard the new girls team year. ; really was," said Coach Jerry wins as we had in the past two years
coach, welcomes back three 197S BUS coaches Rick Stevens and Sam McGriff, "If the goal was three feet of put together and we didn't have any
letter-winners who were good enoughto Chenoweth are handling the boys the ground we couldn't have put the real senior leadership. I hope next
qualify for the state meet last year team in their first year at Bradford 1 ball in it the way things were going. year with most everybody back and a
and sees enough additional talent to High. Their situation is even more un- Nothing we tried worked." lot of the area teams losing people
be at least partially optimistic. sure than Howard's as they have onlya Freshman JV regular Hope we'll do better."
"We should do weD In the bigger skeleton of a team working out now
meets because of good individual with many athletes still busy with

talent probably" Howard have trouble assessed in the"but dual we'll and other The sports.middle and long distances show Hats Off To Starke Youth Cage Champs. I IThe

tri-meets because of our lack of up as a strong point now. Returningfrom
depth." last season's squad are Juniors ---. -- ...- .-----_. -- Starke Recreation Department Chandler 44.0 points per game
Senior Cindy Griffith and juniors Richard Smith and John Bennett. basketball leagues ended play average.Jr. .
9th-grade Tornado Eddie Winkler lake the low road with the ball against youth
Marian Putnam and Judy Hankerson Smith ran a 2:05: 880 as a sophomoreand Buchholz Monday night in Stark last week with an awards party set for Boys League (10-12( year olds)--
were the state meet entrants last has his sights set on the school Tornado Eddie Winkler number 30. looks on. today Thursday Feb. 22 Lakers 11.3: Kevin Griffin, Robert
year Griffith ( "definitely our half-mile record of two minutes flat. Champions of the three leagueswere Bellamy Lemoco Chandler. Andrew
outstanding returner" Howard notes) Bennett clocked a 4:49 mile last year crowned with leagues; title- Patterson Leon Hampton Gerald
tripled with fifth place showings in "and I hope he'll beat that by a long winners, their records and rosters; Holt. Cecil Jackson, Kenneth
the 8HO mile and two mile at the AAA shot this year." Stevens said. Ninth Frosh Cagers End Season on Sour Note and league leading scorers following: Williams. Leading scorer: Kevin
meet last year and figures to be one of grader Johnny Badillo who regularlyruns x Griffin 29.5 points per game average,
Florida's top middle distance coeds three mile to marathon Bradford High's ninth-grade Buchholz to take game scoring Sr. Boys League ((13-16 year od! >- Chug' ((6-9 year olds) -- Bullets.;
this season. Putnam went to state as a distances with the Bradford Roadrunner basketball team ended its initial honors. Cavaliers 10-3( : Chub Johnson Kevin 12-2: Coburn John Manning,
shot putter in '78, has thrown the Club, lends strength In the two season with a loss as Gainesville Three frosh Tornadoes lead a Griffis. Kevin Scheetz Billy Shannon. Tommy Manning Isaac Simmons
discus 109 feet and has "looked ex- mile. Buchholz proved a rude visitor by balanced attack in the loss. Scott Emmett Watkins. Michael McOuffie. Janet Kennedy. Leading scorer:
cellent in workouts so far" accordingto Other returners are Johnny Tatum beating the fresh Tornadoes 59-32 in Jackson Eddie Thompkins and Eddie Gary Carter. Leading,scorer: Greg Alonzo Williams 12.1 points per game.
her coach. Hankerson was a state- a 220 and long jump man who may Starke Monday Feb. 19. Winkler all scored nine points and
class quarter-miler. as a sophomorebut { double in other areas, and Danny The taller Bobcats jumped out to a Todd Jackson ended the season withan .
joins the track team a little late Hildebran-"our utility man" accor 17-9 lead and won every quarter in eight point night. Starke 10-12 AIl.Stars 4th in Tourney I IAn
because she's also a basketball ding to Stevens handing BHS its eleventh loss of the
player. Football star Marvin Tyson is a season against three wins. Mike li/dllwll 17 iailM-1* all star team from the Starke Griffin canned 14 point* .ird 'I'tmmy
Others who Howard said have hope for the sprints but the short- Foreman scored 23 points for ...4.,.. 000/$7 recreation Jr. Boys League took Tyson netted 12. Later the same day
shown promise in early season muscled senior "hasn't come out of fourth place at a district tournamentof the Starke boys topped Southwest!
and with their last blocks without muscle with Griffin again
workouts showings the pulling a so the Florida Recreation Basketball Volusia 47-34
year are: senior Janice Berry in the far." said Stevens. system last weekend In Ormond leading the way with 16 points and
shot and discus; junior Nancy Others who have said they'll be FUld Sch.dul. Beach. Daren Chandler adding 12 markers
Sylvester and soph Kathy Pettawayin joining the track team after finishing IHS Track and The local 10-12( olds won two .Finally in the third place game Sun.
the sprints; sophomores Sherie other sports are: weightlifters Alton V\ and lost two against all star day Holly Hill outplayed Starke M-4( .
Hankerson and Kim Slocum and Moore and Isaiah Jenkins wrestlen Oat. Opponents( ) Sit. games teams from Northeast Florida. In Griffin tallied 1 15; points in the .loss!
freshmen Harriet Davis and Louette Allen Scott and Martin Hersey and Fob. 23 Clay Gr..n Cove their Friday night the Starke while Tyson scored nine points.
Smith in the 440 (an event Howards basketball player Curtis Shell. Fob. 26 Jasper i GHS Jotpor Rec. Depl. team lost opener 47.20 to host Or. The Starke Hecrealion Department
says "I like to build a team around"); '.F' Gainesville. sponsored the season.pndinl'l'nt for
Mar. 2 Caln...,IIU City Rolays mond Beach despite a 10 point perfor-
ninth-grader Lisa Norman in the Rounding out the BUS track team in the local youths with Hal Ingman and
Horn mance by Ki-\ in Griffin.
and Antoinette afternoon workouts Ben Mar. 7 F.rnandlna & Lak. City coaches for
hurdles senior Bright'in are Tankard Randy Crews serying as
.Iatk.Mar. Saturday the local I club came backto
Palatka Invitational '. ,
the Eddie Jonathon Johnson Mar. 10
long jump.Rounding McGee the team.
edge East Central Vnlusia =39-37 as
out the girls squad are pole vaulter Barry Thomas and mid 13 Palatka ft St. Augustine Palatka
senior Frieda McDougald; juniors die distance runner Troy Ely. Mar. 16 .Eattsld Ham

Mar.Mar. 22 20 lake City. Jaipor Palatka Baker* Fornondlna Macclonny Horn Softball, Baseball Umpires NeededMiss I

Mar. 24 Knights of Columbus Ocala Any man or woman interested in : Godwin; MI\H All softbtill
Opponents Spoil End to Mar. 27 Clay Horn umpiring adult softball Dixie Youth umpires must fake a. written exam l lbecome 10
Mar. 30-31 Florida Relays Gainesville and Dixie Boys baseball is asked to a lettered Ameiicttn',
4 Lake City ft Palatka Palatka contact Starke Recreation Department SIIJ'thlililIsociutilln tASAi. umpire
Apr. Director Cheryl I Godwin! phone The clinic for softball is
Basketball Season North Marlon umpires
7-14 JV North Marlon ft GHS
Apr. 17 !M-G7U.; before March 7. loni.iti\cl set for'I'hu1'.scLi)'. :.M.iuliH. ,,;
Apr. 20 Jasper Horn t'mpires are needed for all leagues til 7 p m. in t the old. l'n1ll1'1U'lId- ,
The shorthanded Baby Tornadoes Judkas and had many baskets over Apr. 26 District Championships Palatka Miss Godwin\ Ka\K. quarters| of ho I H 'cl'Clition'l Dep.ul;,
dropped their last three games of the the heads of the Tornadoes. Tracy Clinks':wilt j hEo1d.tOl': Jwth void"tnd tae l- ..

season to end the '79 basketball.. year Hamm I led Santa Fe with 13 points .w n f/'o ** a& "oqe! W i ntYfbl's" .M e1Wthe Ixleifundamentals arch :'o 7 pm ."'inle .is 101'fill'\
with.a tl.lf record. .- BIIS did not use its usual pressing rule 'changes etc?. hiIM4NItt I l umpires _
Santa Fe Ocala Forest and style in the first period and was down _
Gainesville Buchholz the ... J
topped 15-3 going Into the second period. r
Bradford club with BHS ending the Continually scrapping back on a night
losses against the last two opponentswith which was far from their best
just four men on the floor. shooting effort the Tornadoes
outscored Santa Fe 16-12 in the second
and 13-8 in the final
luchhol.97 IHs 50 period period to
close the score and have a chance to .
A :.17-tt first period burst and questionable win in the final minutes. The fourth .
lale game tactics by the period turnovers, however, cost them .
visiting Baby Bobcat coaches keyed the game. '
Buchholz's rout Monday night. "
Buchholz won its 18th game in 21 .N. I 14 II| |J I'lan.a OH
starts as they jumped into a 10-0 lead ... It U U | 41rtdtard .

before Dwayne McBride could score H'Wh. Me(.... 1 014. M.rk> 4.I.f, \ -. ., .' ,
the home-side's first bucket and then Riddiui, :HH'\ seas I.'... T.,.,. if U.... --
blitzed Bradford in the second periodhdtbrislledBHSJVcoachBobHan. .
e\i .
\\ Son' f* Juan. ,.Wlllltmt" I, Mamm .
.4.17 I I K.'im 1(4. ....''n..n 14. Jonnton .1.1. OP BRADFORD COUNTY
iock much more than the season- Tarry 1.1 4. Plt.. mlt I 01. Totali 10 7 47
ending loss was the way Buchholz f
coaches Don Host ic and Mike Leder- Ocala Forest .II. HIIS Is
man i former UF cage players) handled Down to four men and with a rash of WELCOME u.s.3o1 SOUTH OF STARKE FLORIDA 32091
the win. fouls being called on the four men left, NEWS.FOR'
"Theyy had their first team in therein BHS was overcome 56-49 by a fourth
the fourth quarter pressing us whenwe period Ocala Forest surge in the local PHYSICALLYLIMITED 904-964-5157
had four people on the court." gym Saturday night Feb. 17.
Hancock remembered. "They wantedto BUS beat Forest 50-37 in Ocala last PEOPLE . . ..S
gel UK) point and go home and tell Jan. 2J: on a strong Bradford board

ever body and I sure don't appreciate game. MEDI-CAR OF BRADFORD COUNTY ...........IS A NEW TYPE OF TRANSPORTATION
that kind of lack of class. Two Tornado players went into the
"Our kids showed a lot of class second half with four fouls Saturday .
and Guard and
tonight I just hope people night -playmaker good .
: remember things like the Live Oak deienseman Dwayne McBride went .
game( iwhen BUS won with three out of the game with his fifth foul with I d
t t pla\. ers on the court at the end I rather 5:37:: left in the third period Donnell ."STRETCHER PATIENTS .
p r than this" Uo..tl'rlent out with his fifth foul "WHEELCHAIR PATIENTS
David Visihher. son of Gator Assistant after half-a-minute of the fourth
r Basketball coach Vischher.. period leaving the six-man BITS team "CQNVALESCENTS"ELDERLY :
pumped in 29 points to lead Buchholz with only four players on the floor. AND INFIRM
while Kevin Reddish netted 19 pointsto BUS went to a square box fourmanzone
no with to rebounds and Dwa>'neMiliride defense and stopped trying to HANDICAPPED PEOPLE
tallied I U points six rebounds press Forest Forest continued to
und six assists for BUS Steve press the four-man Tornado team the
Marks lidded eight points and four rebounds entire fourth period. BITS handled the __ ,
for Bradford before fouling press well and kept the ball mo\ing. :
out Forest didn't seem to be able to GDIv ( ;- ,
.>..kh.ii n .it ie or penetrate the four-man zone any bet- \,
.'."Hard 14 t n I .
.. VIuihh.lt .... ter than the previous 2-1-2 BITS zone (. ...
'.c. lit viKkk.f .t.29 NMI.M
.1 Of; .nik..*. till ...,*..> Ht. ....>..*, with five ml'n. \
H.14 ',. I.4.It ...........,1 1.S ,..thi.1 .... BUS was up:33.33: : when Doster went I., -j::
IHt .. M.S.ld..1-...> M.k .| IMJirfllllf. out early in the fourth period and a .
... ..... .
0. |112 '.h 1 0. WIHUm til. driving la\up by Steve !Marks increased I '. '''' .
the margin to four. 3733. : ', r.IN."I.'' /
S.IIU.II-V' $7- BITS II: But five straight fouls were calledon ,I r .
The scrapp Jri.e came within BUS to one on Forest in the next I L 'k.1 h "
one point of Santa Fe in a come-fronv five minutes and in that time Forest I .. .:
behind effort in the BHS gym Friday built a 50-J9: lead. Then the officials
night Keb 16. but too many: turnovers turned the foul calling around and ;
in the final minutes prevented a wins Forest drew four straight fouls. BUS t'r J .
the Baby Tornadoes went down closed the margin to eight points but
47.43.BHS: the big Forest lead was too much to
within one point3940. overcome with four men with time ,.
with less than three minutes to pla v, out. .
But on the ensuing possession BHS running It was a tight game until the bar '- NON-EMERGENCY TRIPS FOR: ",. fj?1'
failed work
to ball Inside for a rage of fouls in the fourth period. .
good' percentage shot and Kevin Red.dl1lh' BHS led 7.6 after the first period. was h .' 'Out-of-town toDoctorsDentists offices
13 foot ,, '" .
jumper was just off- down 19-21 at the half and the game << 1 .
*"'' '
target Then cam the turno\ers- was tied 33-all-going into the fourth .. *'- 'Out-of-town to Hospitals & Clinics 'Y: .

etc.Santa charging call a ball thrown away. period.Kevin Reddish led all scorers with : : 'Hospital & 'Clinic Visits. ", .#? y'[:' ftt.I :#' ". t ;:' J1L"

Fe used a tight 21.2 zone and 26 points on 1 1 field goals and four foul ( ; Doctors & Dentists Offices : GaA
stayed right on top of higtt-scortng .. shots Steve Marks added 17 points .
""' ,..7yHos Admissions '
BHS center Kevin Reddish who had and Dwa\ne :McBride 8. told 96 5"5 I .
been averaging in the 20-point rangein Reddish led BHS with IS rebounds. ai Hospital DischargesIF
the pat' 11'\\ games. Reddish was :Marks had 9. Doster 4.I and Chuck IF' \ ,. .'.,, a TjierapyX-Ray .
continually fouled as he drove for the .
WIlliams .-, .. :;
basket and kept BHS in the game in t&': ,,, ;'', %; .M M'. !.1 l .,""'.I >>* '}.Nurslng'HomeTransportatlon; ,.
the first half with his foul shooting : 4' \" JV '* "* s.oftt
BIIS made 13 of 19 shots from, the HUH r U: at 10. I' ,' ,?T; $ ;f': ," TTherap/Centers ;; '. f";*
J charity line. and Reddish \\'all1 of 15 <>.t.....' S 11 IIHrwUiwit. n\11 ,. '.'Rehabliltatlon'Centers'Church

! from the free throw line. In contrut.I MtHrliV .*... %Ur... :tol". KnMl.llIII..M. ,
!I Reddish had only three f field goals for iH-.rr. '*2. ".....te5. .... 'Ullom. & Social Functions

1 the night. "'II-1.....TmuU... .N.o Sl-l-m azrk: Me.......,.,..,.... 1.1.2RM.a
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Historical Melrose Hilton House Restored ,

; ,! \ u ,
ByrattlChrlsietwenttsartwood 'd'cotnes'from the middle of the tree ports were rotted These were 01 be demolished.! W. he tglw rnt.o-
Restorations a restora It Is more resistant. to termite and to replaced. "Wa try to use older) wood ration work fn'pregtrlel, he brought
tion company formed by fWo ... 1 weather, The wood on the outside of when possible," Terry explained. them b8fk.Another .
ptle )'ouq men. Terry Ru.... aw..i i T&laiMouM hat withstood fti weather "Much of the wood we are using to restore vliMor granddaughter
Adrian Knby, goes by the motto vuthout t paint for five years and remained the house came from the old post! of Mr Hilton, die original bulkier,
"Pre rv1nc the past for UM. in the In good condition." office that was located across the came by to tell them that ... had the i.
future." The trim pieces of the house were street" newel post that had been at the end of ::"
That 'in exactly f what Terry and made with craftsman car. The area The raising of the house caused the the staircase. She kept it asI ;'"f'.'>'
Adrian are doing to the old ijtlten 'round the windows and along the plaster on the nine foot walls to crack. momenta from the old family home :T o i ".
house Melrose located on the cner baseboards have rounded corners. Terry pointed to some of the piece* .place. "I
of SR-26 and Hampton Street.Terry a Handmade trim decorates various left on (the walls which had bits of h25 r The house which occupies a large
wood worker and Adrian a carES areas of the house such as the lattice in them He explained that the pM corner lot. surrounded with fruit ,
stale' !the hose in iu < '' work between the stairway and hall. plaster was often bonded together. trees palms azaleas and bamboo '
and are now In cess The 14 room house, comprising a with animal hair. will certainly be a jewel in Melrose r
of refurnishing It. total area, of 27.000 square feet fea- The two men plan to replace;the crown when It's finished. Terry and
According to Terry the house was tures a large screened! porch on the plaster with sheetrock: and a hard coat Adrian hope to complete work withina ,I,
originally built In 1881 by Mr Hilton, a main floor, a screened "sleeping finish. Very few changes are plannedfor year
preacher and builder from England. porch" on the second floor, a largebay the old house though, since they As for future plans the two men will
The first structure was a (two room window and two stairways. want to keep It in its original state as probably sell the house when work is
building, then later two other additions The house originally had a large two much possible. complete. "Since it is zoned commer
were made. story fireplace in the rear kitchen "Re-doing the house has raised A lot dally it would make a nice place for a
In its finer days the lovely structure area that heated the house. Terry interest Terry stated. He has had lawyer or doctor, with office space on
housed such activities as a dairy shop explained that the fireplace had to be several visitors stop by, either to chat the first floor and living space on the
that sold Ice cream,church removed In order to lift the house and about the house's history or find out second floor," Terry surmised. ::; ii S _
and a residential home meetll1g91 level its foundation. They plan to use what is going on. At present. Adrian is working on
families. the old bricks to build a solarium in One man came by to return some two other houses located _
on Trout
the back around the old well. porcelain door knobs. The man i
Street and
and Adrian working
Terry as a
bought the house carpenter
explained that he took the door knobs.
The first task encountered by the is
in September from the Lake Region Terry making cabinets and working
when he the
thought house
State Bank of Hawthorne which had two restorers was to raise the buildIng was going on restoration of the house.
owned the property for four I which: was sitting in the sand.
The bank had years Since that was a rather large job, they
originally planned
to BC Fire Department Turkey Shoot SetThe
locate a branch office there, but decided employed Warren Cauley of AAA

against it and sold the commercially Micanopy lIoule.l\Iovers.) undertake who Is also the enormous mayor of Bradford County Volunteer new site. The site Is located on a half-

zoned property job. "Cauley has done quite a bit of Fire Department, In order to raise acre tract of land donated by Les
The house Itself is a fine example of the restoration work In Micanopy" funds for the building of a plannednew Whitehead on SR-= about two miles The old Hilton horn In !Melrose being restored to it* former grsndrur.i .
the excellent workmanship of yester said. fire station In the New River north of SR-100.
year. The wood is top quality heartwood Terry area will host a turkey shoot and At 5 p.m., there will be a ground
pine. "Heartwood.: explained When the house was raised they chicken pileau dinner this Saturday, breaking for the new construction according -
-Terry. "Is the finest cut of wood since found that some of the main floor sup Feb. 24. from 3 p.m tit dark at the to Fire Chief Harry Green. College Financial Aid


Available To Middle', 4

,, ;. ,

1V Income Families

V Almost everyone knows that thereIs next term is to keep a 2.00 grade point
money available for poor students average.
to go to College. But not many know It is also generally required that the
yet that federal financial aid Is student take a full load of classes IIS
available for middle and upper. credit hours per semester). However.
middle income families caught in the Dr. McFadden points out that a
At squeeze of rapidly rising costs of special exception Is now made for
education; those formerly too "rich"to Bradford County students attending
qualify for student aid and too night classes in Starke. Since only 12
TH OFFICE "poor" to pay themselves. credit hours are offered here each
According to Dr. Bernard J. week, Bradford students are eligiblefor
McFadden, Coordinator of the Santa partial grants depending on the
Fe College Starke office, the new Mid- number of hours they take. It is re-
110 W. Call St. tv* 5 Starke, Florida 964-5764 dle Income Assistance Act passed by quirfed, however, that Starke students
Congress last fall calls for the largest take at least 6 credit hours.
single infusion of money to aid
students from middle-Income Even if one has a basic grant, some
families since the enactment of the G I families may still need to borrow
bill after World War II. The new law money to meet the costs of going to
V Paber-Calatel Velvet authorizes adding more than a billion College. The new Middle-Income Stu-
dollars to help pay college bills in the dent Assistance Act has made college -
Wood-Ca.ed Pencils academic year beginning in Septem. students eligible for government
V ber. subsidized loans. Under the Guaran-
Pressure-proofed bonding for point I Financial aid grants (BEOG, or teed Student Loan program, under-
} strength. Smooth'Britfree' writing. Basic Educational Opportunity graduates can borrow up to $2500 per
Hexagon barrel with red eraser. Grants) to any Florida college are year to a maximum of $7500. The
50 (ON5-3557-2) Medium SoftDN23SS7'2.5) now available for all students whose loans have a low 7% interest while the
$ 1 4 : ( Medium All Purpose Hard Medium family Income is less than $26,000 a student is in school and for a year
'. .DN2-3SS7-3)rl 0' year. Since the maximum, this past after graduation. The lender then has
year was only $15,000, the number of about 10 years to pay the loans,.backat
V. / V. \ studentsvnewy' !,| eligible .for.IEQQgranti'7 theisame interest.ratsu-1, <.I i i 1'0.<> .-
id+ I' Reg. '200 estimated! at b5o0,00ovut/ An even better dea with JVJoarts-ts
R ,t'f :r.I.M ; These grants range from $200 to available for low-income students
i1\ $139 $1800 per year,depending on the fami under the Direct Student Loan Pro
;:. / SMt' \ Doz. ly's financial situation. A student gram.
from a typical family of four and any Santa Fe also has a work/study program
family member can be a "student") by which students can add to
whose income is$20,000, for example, their Income while going to school.
might qualify for,$669. If the family Dr. McFadden indicated that these
Rolodex Open Rotary Card File -' Income is $15,000, the grant might be were not the only means of financial
Convenient, easy to use. Ball bearing clutch stops $1,073. At an Income level of $10,000, assistance. He pointed out that Santa
wheel at desired position. 2V x 4* cards are easily the aid would be 1500. Fe offers three annual academic
removed for typing on both sides. !500 card capacity. ./. BIG OFFICE PENS Since full-time tuition at Santa Fe is scholarships! to Bradford High gra
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dust cover. (DF4-S024X) r/
Assorted Colors aid should open up possibility of college scholarships in Music and Drama,
to a great many people who Santa Fe offers many scholarships In
i Medium & Fine Point assumed they could not afford if. a growing sports program. Men's and
ry'' Even the $26,000 maximum is not Women's track and tennis, men's and
Ir !/; rigid. An example of the law's flexibility women's basketball men s golf, and
4" : A family of five with income of women's volleyball.The .
1. Reg. $159 $40,000, both parents working, and all Santa Fe Starke Center officeat
& $556 Doz. sttf three children attending college Bradford High has financial aid
,1 Doz. would be eligible for $658. applications and will be happy to give
,.,' These Basic Grants are given with assistance in filling them out. For
1. few strings' attached. They do not more information, stop by the SFCC
{w { have to be repaid The only require Office Monday-Thursday from 8:00:
; ,' Cirdlnal ment to maintain eligibility for the a.m. to 3:00: p.m. or call 964-5382.
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records. One-piece fiberboard construction la '
easy to set up. Double-wall front, back and else doesn't do It, he intends Gainesville 'for treatment with the
bottom. Spill proof dust proof cover with to bring up the problem of the state picking up the tab for the treat.
'U button closure. JHsndie.12 per box, No. 725 county having to pick up expenses In- ''ment; 'The'state is 'out'of money,
Letter Six curred by the passage of state laws. Brown thinks and such exvense may
B *Hx24'L' "?.* '4.., 0 Indigent health care bills submitted, fall back on the county eventually.
Ig\ <12ESI5)10/ SALELa $34 nSavings G FILE to the county for treatment of Indigent Another such area is the cost of detaining -
: I patients at the Shands medical centerin delinquent youths at a 'detention
Gainesville are still an unsettled center,,a cost which has been being
al Size 1SW 10V4H *4MfO Reg. 'a**
l 5-f?> x x 24-L Reg. $ 851. $195 Issue The county has been getting paid by the state Department of
.. SALE SALEtw the bills but refusing to pay for treat Health and Rehabilitative Services
Now :at ment not authorized by the county. (HRS). HRS is out of money, and th?
Clerk Brown thinks the Suwannee expense may fait back; on the county,
County delegation may have been told the clerk thinks.
by SeiK Mackay that the senator The legislative hearings .....bead to
might attempt to revise that'state give the public a chance to address
: law.The the delegation ,about,Issues, of concern
state law covering treatment of bur Itt recent yean few
THEOF.F.ICESHO.F- I alcoholics also concerns Clerk Brown members of the public have attendedthe
,, because he has heard that bills for hearings. Mostly the audience is
treatment at the hospital may MOIl be made up of l local county and school officials
110 w. Calf 964-5764 submitted to the county for payment. and member.f the newt,
.., u, Drunks picked up by1' the city ,and media. "
county have been being taken to public l Is Invited to'aUemf the
*i Alacbua General Hospital In Tri .

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.f.v,. Gwendolyn Savage BRAD ORD COCl SECTION BJ ,

"f1 Arthur Wed FlowersTo March 3 iliijrap4 ffoeial e' :: ; :

Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Donley of tt,1l7! Page 18Woman's 7
Melrose announce the engagement _
and approaching marriage of their
daughter Gwendolyn!! Savage to Ar Junior Woman's Club
thur R. Flowers of Melrose, son of Club To I
Mrs. Mattie Cue and Arthur Flowers, '
both of Gainesville Have Flea Market -d To Present Fashion Show March 2

Ms. Savage is a 1977 graduate of '(het
Bradford High School and u presently March 2.3
employed at Suniand Training The Junior Woman's Club of Starke
Center. will present In the .
Mr. Flowers Is a 1971 graduate of Starke Woman's Club will have a South', a spaghetti supper and t'
Flea Market Friday and Saturday. fashion show Friday March 2, at 7 ap '
'? Interlachen High School and la now a { 4? I rr rr
Gwendolyn Savage member of the U.S. Navy. March 2-3 in the Dane building on p.m.at the Woman's Club.
The wedding will be an event of Saturday W. Call street.President Tickets at the door will be $3.00 for
March 3 at 4. p.m.. at Pleasant Mrs. Curtis Sanders t'S adults and$1.75 children,Advance
EdnaTrainor, Grove Baptist Church in Keystone made the announcement at the tickets are available for $275 for
Heights. luncheon-meeting of the club held adults and 41.SO for children. Ticketsare
Ronald MartinTo All friends and relatives of the cou- Wednesday of last week. rLrr.. .4 available from any club memberor
ple are invited to attend. Mrs. Hazel Paulk was recognized by calling Joan 964-5427. Andrea
hrlihl DeM Forman
Wed March 2 as the recipient of the Outstanding Sprnglrr. 964-6325, Carolyn 964-8788 or at Mit
Citizen's award of Starke for her services chell's Drug Store.Fashions .
Eastern Star' to the community through the Debbie Spongier will be on display from
Edna Trainor of Rt.1Box 426, years. Mrs. Paulk gave short talk on Stump's Department Store Leila's
Starke and Ronald Lee Martin of Matthews SupperFeb.24 her love for Starke and Its people and Desso Forman'Plan' and TG. & VT
,N.C. will be united In marriage hoped her services to Starke has To conclude the Fashion Show there
Friday, March, at 7 p.m. In Calvary Starke chapter will No.224,Order of the helped to make. it a better place to June 23 Wedding win be a special display of Disco
have covered dish
Baptist Church with a reception at the Eastern Star, a fashions.
parsonage.All supper, Saturday, Feb.24 at 7 p.m. in live.Mrs.. Gus Gonzalez wife of Col. "
friends and relatives are Invitedto the Masonic Hall. Gonzalez of Camp Blanding was Mi and Mrs. Vincent J.Spenler of
attend. All Masons and their families. are voted Into the club. Mjiko announce the engagement of Winkler pI
invited to attend After the business, meeting, )Mrs their Laughter.: Deborah Ellen to Denise r
a .Jo.: _'. Guy Sale hairman of the 'International Desso H. Forman of Pensacola son of Honored at
Affairs,Committee, introduced Mr. and Mrs. Graham D. Forman of
OL Crestview.
Spiro Drivas who showed slides and "
spoke on his homeland, Greece He I A June 23 wedding Is planned.All Two Parties Recently
HOOVERWEEK told of the many Greeks who now live friends and relatives are invitedto n ,
in America,'250,000 In Chicago, 13,000 attend. Miss Denise Winkler, whose mar- I
in Southwest'Florida and 300,000 in riage to Bill Adams will be an event of

.... New York. People of the islands of Lori Mann Celebrates March 17,was honored at two partiesin ,r
Convertible ........ Greece are not allowed tobuild i, skyscrapers the past week.
... ........ on the Islands;!! but must Seventh On Thursday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. I4+ + ,
Vacuum Cleaner ..... adhere according to their,traditions. BirthdayLori Miss Winkler was given a Indoor.. 4
outdoor shower at the Blvens North
..... Mr. Drivas gave a vivid description of
T! -tae m .. Clubhouse in Gainesville.
.. each of the islands explaining the Mann
celebrated her
carpet selector .. ...... customs mode of dressand way of life : Hostesses were Mrs. Shelby Fill-
birthday Saturday afternoon Feb.
... inghim, Mrs. Arthur King, Mrs. Chris
Cast aluminum! ;;; ;;;; of Preceding the population.the meeting and program at her home on Powell street with her Bell, Mrs. Dawn Dobies Ms Chart
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mann,
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... Campbell end Mrs. James Branden-
chassis Mrs. Sale and the hostess committee
/. .. .her sister, brother. and six of her
... burg.
served luncheon consistingof
a friends.
... .
All steel The 30 guests Included thehonor.ee'
agitator a.. .s.ap. several Greek delicacies and a A Snow White cake and ice cream .
mother, Mrs. Warren
Quick and clean Y ".." Greek The 60 dessert.members and guests were.'. :KlftS.was served after Lori opened her Winkler, Mrs. H. H. Adams and the

bag changer seated at long tables that were :. F That evening Lori's Grandparents faculty and staff of Marjorie Rawl-
covered :with white and, red cloths. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Newsome and Ings Elementary School Gainesville,
Valentine decorations were used where Miss Winkler is a Speech ,
Delores Dampier and son, Todd
throughout the club rooms. 'helped celebrate the occasion. -

,If. The Pecan Room of the Garden
Restaurant was the setting for a luncheon
zaneeDENMARK .. Saturday for Miss Winkler

'il1J(5lJ] ( J 3''UB( 0IJJ1J( Lu given Struth by Mrs., Mrs.O.J.L.W.Haynes Rltch., Jr.Mrs., Mrs.J. Virginia Crawford models a skirt

R. Wainwrlght, Mrs. Charles Darby,
and blouse from Leila's Dress Shop
Mrs. Myldred Cuttino and Mrs.
138 E. Call St. Starke,. Fla. 964-5890 George Miller. which she will model the upcoming:
The U-shaped dining tables had red Friday, March 2, Spring Fashion
Starke's Own Bakery satin streamers down the length of Show sponsored by the JuniorWoman's
Starke.The .
FURNITURE the tables and centering the head Club of
annual fashion show and
table was an arrangement of white
Mini Cakes pompoms with china Kissing angels in spaghetti cupper will begin at 7 p.m.
434 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. $169 the center Bridal place cards mark with the supper and fashion show'.

964-,5827 964.5826 White With Assorted Icing Flavors ..11L ed guests.the seating arrangement(or the 30 following.will be Stores IAn.participating'.. T( o\Y. thiwyear ..ndStump'

Among the guests were Mrs. War Department Store.SfudentsSpedk.
ren Winkler, mother of the honoree,
Mrs. H. H. Adams, mother of the prospective ..

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" Mrs. Jean Martin and daughter Jan
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Darby Tur- At Starke Rotary
MALoJYj" < Dream Maker nipseed The hostesses of Orlando.presented the bride- Ladies Night

: to-be with a silver chip and dip dish as
a memento of the occasion. Members of the Starke Rotary Club
and their Rotary Anna enjoyed a
( 51 Ladies Night dinner at the Starke Golf
= "WHATEVER YESTERDAY WAS LIKE, Christian Academy and Country Club last Friday night

WE'LL GET YOU READY. FOR TODAY." Guest speakers were two recipientof
Holds Banquet Feb. 13 Rotary Scholarships for foreign
study. Miss Barbara Hesse, Rotary
"A' ... .. ..,.. held Graduate Fellow, who gave "An In-
: ... f. $. ...,. 'C. "!!.2' Hampton Christian Academy side Look at the Italian People and
lip .. (."5 their 5th annual Valentine's banquet
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Their Culture, Illustrated with color
.. ..r.0 !.tom -v.r Feb. 13 at the
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...v" :'1, ""t""" "" .... tt'A......, guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Ronald his experiences as a Rotary Fellow at

"\ Co' c 4 x.- 'I't ;- &: '\, I Sullivan of Waldo, who took pictures. Oxford Both University students were England.high In their
.-4 .. '" Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith of
Florahome, the pastor and principleof praise of the Rotary Fellowship pro
ti' W'ob "\';' gram and the contribution it Is making
4 -4t- ;V't the school Richard Mashburn.
4- to international
: J1.)7 Brother Mashburn was the guest

i !: '<;1r: ?!f" .... V W.. speaker.The theme. of the message was to Harry The speakers Hatcher. were Jr., and Introduced Presidcr.-by
,>- -""' elect Ed Rlpptinger persided In the
t ; !:CI- encourage'before teenagers to be a light absence of President Wayne Whiffen

J, : ? Yre:. '\. crowning The special men.of activities the Princess Included Miss the presented Each Rotary a potted Ann plant attending as a memento was

1 ; .. r Beatrice Smith escorted by1' Rick of the occasion.
Mashburn. and the Queen Miss
\a t' Melissa Nugent escorted by Tim Glid- 1

+J .sg "'r den.Birthdays for the month of DUPLICATE CLUB RESULTS BRIDGE !

AS SEEN ON THE '1'. February are: Betty Watmough 4th
'"TODAr SHOW" .Janice Glidden .18th and Donnie Winners at the Tuesday night ; 1
ANQ THE"TONIGHT Smith 25th: Duplicate Bridge Club played at the I
SHOW"AND IN -- .r Starke Recreation Center were: first I
"WOMAN'S DAY" Dr and !Mrs.Jim MInesinger; second ,
MAGAZINE. Charlie Riddle and Jack Burnett: t
A. T. Tillis of Tampa was visitinghis third Mrs. F.J. Shaw and !Mrs S.W. \
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton.The I
Tullie Norman on Sunday. Also quarterly club championship I
,. visiting the Normans were Mr. and tournament will be held on March 6. \
\.. '; fCJr'.fr( ... :tt.00..,..", Mrs. Bill Sessions and Mrs. Jane Public Is invited to attend. '
j'r'f. '* if1't: I .r Stokes of Keystone Heights. ,
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A Cairn And Friendly Vole Answer Your Phone Call
Three Dream'Make Models from $129.95 to $669.95! .
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PIKe ZB TELEGRAPH Feb.22..I.,1 State Title
Shannon Smith, 4, Wins

Colonel Edward Priest Receives eM I In Florida King of the. Earth PageantShannon

Third Award of Meritorious Service ,,1
Smith', 4, on of Mr. and Mr.

LUBBOCK. -Lieutenant' Ing Training Wing, a part of the Air Tom Smith of Morgan Road, has won the
Colonel Edward C. Priest son of Training Command.A _. .Ut. title in the Florida King of the
Hubert E. Priest of Lawtey has 1953 graduate of Harlingen (Tex.) 1T Berth Pageant In Gainesville the boys
received his third award Meritorious High School, Colonel Priest receivedhis age S-8 group.
Service Medal at Reese AFB bachelor's degree in 1957 from Itt I Shannon was crowned King Saturday. A
Feb. 10. at the Woman's Garden Club in
Tex. Texas A&M University where he was .
Qalneivlll. H. now goes to
Colonel Priest was cited for outstanding -
duty performance as a civilian commissioned through the Air Force Philadelphia Pa. March 1... for national
personnel inspector at the Air Reserve Officers Training Corps Pro- : \ final*. t1LT.
Force Inspection and Safety Center at gram. The national pageant b l being held in
Norton APR Calif. His wife. Robin is the daughter of connection with the National Show Biz
The colonel now serves at Reese as Russell Roberts of Conway, Ark. The final where talent aeouta from all over
director of personnel for the 64th Fly- colonel's mother Mrs. Clayton E. 4 \ will be. Many contestants have been .
Texas Mattox resides in Corpus Christi), r ..'..\\0\, .', elected for television commercial and n tS!
,.. .. .' ". Prizes awarded to the national king
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will be a mini-car a 1.000 U.S. Savings
. Mrs. John Kenney, Jr. Stork Shower HonoreeMrs. Lieutenant Colonel Edward C Print Is presented his third award' of the Bond, a acholarahlp to the New York ra44
Meritorious Service Medal at Reese AKB, Tex., by Colonel Charles E, Academy of Theatrical Art, a gold i _
John Jr. was honoredat guests at the door.A Bishop, commander of the 64th Flying Training Wing. U.S. Air Force watch and a five-foot trophy. -.-.- .. --
Kenney Valentine and Raggedy Ann and Photo) Awards will also be given In the national Shannon Smith
a stork shower Tuesday evermng Vernie Raggedy Andy theme were carriedout S pageant for congeniality and most Wins State Pageant
Feb. 13 at the home of photogenic.
in the decorations.The
Thornton on SR100-W. refreshment table covered 1oJ< Shannon was sponsored in the tate
Hostesses! with Mrs. Thornton were was ? ", Shannon was the winner of the Little
contest by his father's business, Smith
wlt< a white lace cloth and centered
Jerald Baldwin. Mrs. Bishop Dream Boy Pageant In Starke and
Mrs. win.
Myrick Mrs. Jimmy Thornton Mrs. with a silver epergnette holding red Tommy McLendon of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. James B. Burnham of Bro Body Shop. Mitchell' Formal ner of the Matter Gainesville
Gary Osborne Mrs. Lynn Broome roses, red valentines and red candles. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. P. St.Petersburg were weekend guests Wear of Gainesville provided Shannon Hemisphere Pageant
Mrs. Frankie Durrance Mrs. Each guest filled out a prediction on McLendon on Sunday. of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy. tuxedo for the event.
Leonard Moore Mrs. Marc Jackson, when the baby would be born and the
Mrs. Craig Padgett and Mrs. Len one coming the closest will receive a Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hutson Drew and Adrienne Barry of firm -
Moore. prize. celebrated their 26th anniversary ingham Southern College were home I
Mrs. Jimmy Thornton greeted the Thirty guests enjoyed the occasion with dinner at Bonanza Restaurant In for the weekend.
/ between the hours 7:30 and 9 p.m. Jacksonville\ Friday night. ON
Mrs. E. M. Davis spent last week t
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lawson and ramiwith her sisters Miss Mamie Ander
Art Appreciation Program Presented ly spent Friday to Monday in Chadson and Mrs. Pauline Stone In Archer __

I bourn, N.C. visiting her parents, Mr.
,AtADKMeetingCharles and Mrs. Donnie E. Blackwell. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.'DansbyotPerry
were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. TRACTOR

Hall principal 1 ot Lawtey ed the speaker and presided over the Mrs. M. O. Harrell of Brooker was R. O. Dansby. Joining the family on
meeting. Janet Neighbors the Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. M. F.Sunday were Cant, and Mrs. Mickey
Elementary School presented an devotional "Love". gave Hazen. Dansby and children of Gainesville.\
teresting program on "Art Apprecia owen TO S"A..eMO'
tion" at the Alpha Gamma chapter of Prior to the business meeting the ". uuaLr MOMea/OWIM. 12 14 and 18 *>r> < eel' ,rn anelnl: ;. D< v di
held hostesses, Gladys Thomas, Lucille ,. neY Starting h-qh I "'luf, al l W rkia 'ptl.'I'
Delta meeting All
Alpha Kappa -g r liv rt II'Imotl tOO" olnQine .
utpudO Power applied through a.ar run. t nn I"I
Monday, Feb. 12. in the Episcopal Payne and Thelma Thornton served the "wheels> Puts moro 248' awes' you. lirrncndouft Aorkpom"at
parish house.President refreshments carrying out the Valen- The Steakman ftor apoi. waro/to gaTBACTION work QIVM' more "worhper me wheels'
Sandra Duncan introduc- tine theme. CLFAMNCIL,
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PIUS ( Up to an ernsting IV Compaio; that .th <>lnwPower
and : garden ...c'o' ,,' You can cullwgle. lal'wr' < rJptwaah1 '
Does It AgainSHRIMP King combine'C"witn handle big Power. King/ imptemimtt' '. work. ..<.iiiiytwt '
I arl i rough gr>"/ndUrsa
Debora Jordan, Wayne Norman Supper HonoreesDebora big' ground-gripping tor SYpqwI.aglOrI

Addition, ot .
"wheel,"wvignta and'W "IA..OUNDloodnll
Jordan and Wayne Norman table that was centered with a ol tires VERSATILITY. ...,.
honored at a Wednesday candelabra gives' you enormouspullpower I With' twellv "
were supper holding orange colored / I '_ '.' ;handsauncnm.nrl
night. Feb.,14, given by his parents, burning tapers. Among the guests ,1 i ...
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Norman at the were Miss Jordan's parents, Mr. and Iw,I n... Nr, 'U pal Iw ,ap h
Western Steer Steak House. Mrs. Butch Jordan. I ? .,IW.dlr al ,the
The guests were seated at one long IIn .0.
1 a Pluia '

. Antique.Show, in Lake City March 9-11 1 i e

An Antique Show and 'Sale will 'beheld cash and merchandise will be held iI i

in Lake City on March 9-11. Thisis several times daily. As an added at iI I r
the 12th year the Lake City Garden traction, home-cooked meals will be f .
Club has sponsored such an event. served. /' 'r f' at .t'a
Close to'30' dealers 'will' have 'a Admission is$1.50 and the hours are I
display at the American Legion post l 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturdayand 21 Pc
57 on Highway 41 So. Drawings for<< from 12 to 6 p.m. on Sunday. )


. BIRTHS 'P e"eona/e I

Robbie and David Underill and French Fries, NEW ECONOMY

) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kynard of Carla Turner of UF spent the DINNER Cole Slaw POWER KING DEALERROSIERS
Palatka announce the birth of a son,. weekend with their grandparents
Matthew Jon-Thomas,born Jan 23. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief .

Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Fpfot" ... 1 ,
Ronald V. Goodman of East Palatka John Eggers, who has moved from "\ <
I formerly of Starke and Mrs. Fred Miami to Conyers, Ga. spent Tuesday F
Kynard of Palatka. Great grand- night and Wednesday with his 301 S. Walnut 964-6214
mothers are Mrs. Rosemary Hudson Mr. and Mrs. B. J. .,,, ..
Gainesville, and Mrs. Mamie Good- parents, Eggers. I :':'::": :,: :,' ":;.. ,\( : .:," :.;: '.';- ,,7'.,:",;.;:,'. ..",<<. '::,' '\' :'_,t<.

man of Haines City. Great-great Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Williams and oar aaa1Jwc
grandmothers are Mrs. Laura family of Savannah Ga. spent Sun- Prices Start A! $2300
3 Brosky, Gainesville and Mrs Francis day and Monday with his parents, Mr.
Goodman Harvey.Mr. Davenport also Mrs. and Mr. Mack Williams. ? LaEL Parts ServiceFor

--- Mrs. George Williams of Hamptonand 1212 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FLorida 964-6567 Tractors Mowers Chain Saws Tillers
Mrs. One Wiggins of Starke attended YOU NAME IT
and Mrs. J. K. fJim) Lawson the funeral of Charles Miltonin
announce the adoption of a daughter Macclenny last Thursday. -,
Heather Lynn, born April 19. 1975.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins and
Donnie Blackwell of Chadbourn N.C. family of Jacksonville will spend the
and !Mrs. Ewell Lawson of Starke. weekend with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. One Wiggins.Mrs. I Blalacks

DiJ YOM..KnoW Jane Ward and Mrs. Harriett q
Muth of Cocoa Beach are spendingthis .t.try
Mrs. Joseph Valmski, Sr. of week with Mrs. Ward's son-in-law F.
Worcester. !Mass.is spending several and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Meat Market
weeks with !Mr. and Mrs. Vahnski, Jr. Welty and attended the christening of

Mrs. Ward's grandson, Brian Black f
!Mrs. Jean Cooper of Chiefland was last Sunday at St.Edward's Catholic 216 E. Washington St. 964-6725 a F
Sunday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Church. t .
C. L. COOJXT. By Starke Builders Supply ( t

Mrs. X. M. Smith and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. at- Terri attended the book review of Now Owned .& Operated By 1t'w
tended the funeral of a cousin. Lester "Catherine the Empress of Russia" 4
Austin in Jacksonville last Wednes- given by Marion Conners last Thura : \ Wilbur Waters
day. day at the Garden Club in Jackson ,

!Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carver and family ville. We Have All Heats M'
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visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carverin Mrs. J. C. Vining of Palatka was ,:.. .. "
Douglas. Ga. over the weekend.Mr. Tuesday visitor of her aunt, Mrs. L. Cut To Order For You. '

D. Vining. ,
and !Mrs. C.M. Patrick and
daughter. Cindy of West Florida were Mrs. Mike Sistrunk and daughter of 1 T-DONES -- SIRLOIN -- ROUND -- '

Saturday overnight guests of her Salem, Ark. spent Thursday to.Monday r
mother. Mrs. Gladys Weldon. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. ROASTETC. You Name Its

R. Scoggins and attended the funeral -
Mrs. W. C. Preacher of Ridgeland. S. of her uncle Tom Dowling'last Fri.
C. was Friday to Monday guest of Mr. day. Also visiting the Scoggins are :
and !Mrs II. A Lawson. !Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jones of
Batavia. 111. for two weeks and also iJ
Mr. and !Mrs. Ben Dixon and son of attended the funeral. 1.tII 1.
Nashville. Tenn. visited Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Bagwell and Mr., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Brown and
'. Donnie Bagwell Friday to Monday sons were In Athens. Ga. Thursday to
and attended the Daytona 500 race.: Monday visiting his mother, Mrs.
Howard Brown.
Mrs. James Barron returned Friday
.J from North Florida Regional Hospital Frank Glading of Coatsville, Pa. Is
where she underwent foot surgery visiting his sister.In-law, Mrs.
;. last week. Pownall for several weeks.Servicemen .

Mrs. II. C. Ritch visited Miss Sarah
; Demaree in Ocala last Tuesday to

2 Friday.Mr. .

and Mrs. John Anderson of SSAT Larry ThomasIs USDA GOOD
.. Callahan spent the weekend here SAC NCO Academy Grad USDA GOOD .
visiting friends. From The Pen To The Pan. .

<. Mrs. W. W. Sellars of Burlington N. SHREVEPORT. La.--Staff TRIM FRONT We Make It Easier For You
'i C. is visiting her brother Claude Sergeant Larry R.Thomas son of Mr. ,
t Crowson for a week. They spent Monday and Mrs. Bennie Thomas of Rt. t.
i to Thursday visiting their brother Brooker. has graduated from the We Pick Up Butcher Chill .
ii'' and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strategic Air Command Non- LOIN I
Crowscn In Tampa: commissioned Officer Academy at .
Barksdale AFB La. 1.20 Cut And
;v Mr. And Mrs. Shelton Peddle' of The sergeant. who received Wrap
l Gardiner Maine will visit their uncle advanced military leadership and $ 09
and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins management training. Is a security 2. JustTheWayYouWantit.'
:. Feb. 24-29. supervisor at Minot AFB N.D. Lb.
j .' */'"> ,' '' (Sergeant Thomas is a 1906 graduateof
Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins were" Santa Fe High School. Alachua
vacationing in the Smoky.Mountains Fla. His wife Sandra, is the daughter

,; Friday'. "to Thursday. *f ue' > ofMrs. John Rose Flaxton N.D.

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Rep. Williams Defends His Action, As I: Clay-Duval Land Dispute Ragesby

Patti Christiansen blocking service to approximately 15 With b,fith counties. agreeing thai!tM '' Clay County in a 1976 bill. between Highway 17 and BlandingBvd. have pie on their face." Williams said.
Duval property owners located on a 16 resident i could best be'served by Clay During a special session of the ? was annexed to Clay County Yet Williams feel confMeot/ that
aero tract of land south The controversy over tM "Great between the St. Johns River and U.S. County the 16 acres were annexed to acre tract, located south of I-29S oI12. oo acres to 412.210 acre noting that Clay"is beet equipped to
Clay Land Grab" rages. on M'Duval Highway 17.Washington.. When the land was ceded to Clay service the area.
County representative plan to take County it was rezoned for commercial But at a meeting of the Duval
the boundary Issue to the Legislature use. thereby making it a valuable County legislators\ Saturday. Jan. 13
as a general bill this spring,.hoping to Multiphasic Vein To be Here MondayCOMMUNITY source of possible tax revenue. a decision was made to try and get the
Since the annexation, a large motel land back from Clay County.
reclaim the 210 acres that were and restaurant chain has decided to Clay County Commissioner Dale
annexed to Clay County in two previous : : SERI'ICEMULTIPIIASIC Iron) &: Diabetes Tests. if desired, 1 cup hot drink. locate on the newly annexed property. Wilson expressed his hopes that the
legislative sessions. VAN Do not eat any more food candy According to Representative Frank two local governments; will try to
The Diabetet I: 2 hours before appointmentor chewing gum cough drop, etc.. or Williams. D-Starke. this decision work it out together. "Let's do what is
land dispute developed when I- Bradford Shopping Center Monday test- drink liquids other than water nor spurred the Duval officials to consider best for the people. not w hat is best for
295 was constructed along the northern Feb. 26,10:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ME!SU: 1 cup cereal dry or cook smoke. recovering the 194 acres Duval County or Clay County" he
ed. 1 tablespoon: sugar. 1 cup milk. 2 Williams defends himself against stated.
boundary line of Clay County Free: Blood Pressure. Hemoglobin slices taiMt, 1 tablespoon Jelly 1 egg. For appointment call 9645836. allegations that he "hood-winked" the Representative Williams advised.
Duval delegation into consenting to "We shouldn't look at it simply from a
the land annexation, dollar and cents view. It's the
I. 'One of the Most Valuable Educational Experiences Hoc I/ Says BUS Student Presidential Classroom "They the Duval delegation) gave" government's purpose to serve the
me credit for introducing the bill people and the people there
Williams stated "when actually John receiving service."
A LOOK AT THE NATIONBY D.C.. last week. "We at ayed busy all the time. We government agencies such as the Forbes of the Duval delegation "It has been proven that Duval
Patrick Crawford Green a senior at Bradford High had two l.,r three seminars every day. C.I.A.. Cabinet House. Senate. and brought/ it up." cannot service that area since It is
School attended a Presidential The sem mars were interesting and many others. The students were also Williams has made available all his blocked by the Interstate" he added.
"It was very cold up there." Nelson Classroom for Young Americans in informal! ve. We heard speakers from conducted on guided tours of the files transcripts and tapes on- the Williams said that he has spoken
Green commented about his trip to our nations capital for seven days. the Centr Intelligence Agency, alsoan capital city and the White House. matter in an effort to assure the Duval with the six homeowners and 11 pro-
army general a lobbyist, and delegation that the request to change perty owners in the annexed area,and
many ot her interesting people. It .; *********** county boundaries was done through all want to remain In Clay County. If
really ga'e me a clear perspective on t the proper channels. Duval makes a successful attempt to
how our i rational government and its SKI.Gregory; Martin "The Duval people didn't know regain the land. Williams says he will
agencies.vork., It was probably one of In HKrOKi.KK: ; : Kxmlw: what they were doing and now they Insist on a referendum on the issue.
the motet. valuable educational
experiences I have had and I want to Sgt.Gregory G Martin son of Mr.and
Mrs Donald J. Martin. Route 2. Starke
thank the Starke Civitan Club and
1 BUS Nati mat Honor Society for their Is participating in the first Return of THE SERVICE DEPT. ;
> Forces to Germany (REFORGER) exercise
r. support t in helping to make this
to be held
opportunit y possible for me." REFORGER 79 winter., a strategic mobility QUALITY ELECTRONICS I

exercise demonstrates the U.S. capability
Nelson left from the Gainesville to move by air and sea to reinforce
Municipal Airport Saturday. January NATO rapidly In a crisis situation. i
27. and re turned Saturday. February The Reforgrr units join U.S. units stationed -
::1. The Presidential Classroom was in Germany and allied elementsfor CD'S-STEREOS I,
conducted for all juniors and seniors .
the exercise In an area between Northern I
interested in the federal government.
Baden-Wucrttemberg and Eastern
Nelson: ant 1439 I young people from allover Bavaria GRAND OPEnn; SPECIAL ,
the nation were housed at the .Army National Guard and Army I
Twin Bridges Mariott Hotel in Reserve units also are included in PACE 8008CBMlBNA :
: \\ashingto n. Reforger one'of NATO's largest annual

: : : The symposium Included such exercises.Martin Is regularly assigned with the INSTAUfD.. I IHN'
i activities as seminars led by 37th Field iii i
represent atives from various Germany, Artillery Herzogenaurach (301 S Starke 964-8365 NEXT TO SPORTSMAN'S WORLD

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Florida. !Stale Prison employee who recently participated In the Correctional
Training Institute are (standing) James W. Rhoades, W.K. Jones (seated)
Timothy (i. lenity Howard It. Buckles: ,Jr. \Not pictured Robert II, Pacey. '







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Kawtey Correctional Institution employees who recently participated In the ? ,
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Blanding Training To Feature ,


Kilts In Exchange ProgramSomething / ..

new will be added to the and esprit de corps develop an .
scenery at Camp Blanding this spring appreciation of tactics and techniques 1 :': r LOW PRICES
when 120( officers and enlisted men of other forces, gain experience In the t -
from the 3rd: Battalion of the 51st field under different terrain and .\ :t I ,'.
Highland Volunteers will be trainingat climate conditions, and provide
the National'Guard site--In kilts meaningful contact between British .. : '
and American troops" Gonzalez said. EEt-;: '
yet! ; -
Lt. Col.\ J.P.Cameron and Mai. T.D. An equal number of officers' and : : : COMPARE I'
Ferrior wearing the traditional plaid men from the National Guard unit in : ,
kilts were at Blanding last week will travel to Sennybridge ,.' .
working out details of an exchange Wales for their training. The Scots I program that will send Florida will arrive at Blanding on April IB and I I \ .. .
Guardsmen to Wales for two weeks' train there from April 21 to May:5 I.and \ \ SAVE
training while Scottish troops will the Chipley men wilt be in Wales ..''' '" \ ,
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come to Blanding. Col.\ Gus Gonzalez during the same period. | ;
Blanding post commander said the All of the visiting Highlanders 1
Scots and the Rational Guardsmenwill including three bagpipers wearingkilt \,
replace each other in their uniforms, will participate in the x'11
respective; battalions and undergo the annual review parade at Camp 1,000 Copies 8Vi:
usual training with no exceptions. Blanding on April 27,a highlight of the SUGGESTED COPY PRIMTINS...
The exchange program was summer training program, which is
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Former Prison Officer 8'/JIat1 :

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Returned To Face ChargesFormer i 100 Copies '5-7O '" CLUB MINUTES ;

prison correctional officer charges stem from Cummings 200' Copies *Q.85 ;'
Leonard Cummings.27*of Starke has accepting $675 from a woman and CLUB. BULLETINS
been returned from Cleveland Ohio to promising to bring her son.an Inmatein .300 Copies '8.05. : ''
the Bradford County Jail to await trial Florida State Prison; a pound of $ FO'RM .'.t" ,
on. four charges. including grajtd marijuana. The prison had dismissed 400 Copies $9-15 LETTERS .'
theft Cummings for another cause before 500 Copies '. '10.25 ,
Having failed to show up for trial on the charges were filed Elwell said i
the grand theft charge filed against 8'12114 ', EMPLOYMENT FORMS
him on Sept.8. 1978. Cummings is now 'Cv Gi %' Etc 50 Copies '5.15 .' / .
also charged with failure to appear in eNe6D. :
court. accepting unlawful p 100 Copies '5.85 LETTERHEADS .
for official behavior,
compensation 200 Copies 7.15 ; ', '. ,
larceny. "
and grand <<; U e '
300.Copies '8.40 -
Bond was set at'$45,000 for three of 'rrYThe' *9.95 l i DAILY FORMS, ETC. 1 I
w 400 Copies :
the charges, but no bond was allowedfor first power-model dish- '" y t .J
the grand theft charge. Cummings washer was developed b/ Mrs. '( ._ 500 Copies '10.90 ,, i '
has been free on $1,000 bond following'his W. A. Cockran of Shelbyville. '17.90 ': :+ .
arrest last September. Assistant Indiana, and completed in 1,000 Copies .. I I,
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BC Commission Leads Support to Local Boy Scout's Amphitheatre'Project at Southside Elementary

Bradford's County Commission ground will involve. the planting at nusaionen dcehfed to Just want to say I want) to be sloe Dave ;l6attard ....Ined to and people want to dump their
decided Monday that it would figure made trees,....sodding, the laying Cross-Blue Shield with and have been well treated your in .w.ma that HMdtr sow sip weekend trash somewhere.
tome! way to help local Boy Scout of railroad ties, and buildup of dirt on the group life dealings with the courthouse Bradford cant take blhhty Jerry McGriff. a Bradford County
Dirk Schmidt in getting the dirt be Schmidt told the board. After ccxnpie- coverage at present trsp representative on the M
and hope you can give me some over road maintenance, unless the
needs to fulfill his Eagle Scout lion he said It child's ampit eater at instruction as well as after school and Bids for a signal .. annual from that
project- a former JacksonviOu fireman. meaning it.has to bs a paved road.. for submitted an report
southside Elementary School- schod-time play presentations etc. used in calibration the problem. caused by instance Adams will have to .......ilatioo to the board. Each commissioner -
probably in conjunction with the The commission told Schmidt he Defense radios were .. management in the instruction<< construct: the road county received a copy of the
county school board prom of a "(life project" and tabled for consideration ditch." specMfcatioM before oto it toBradford. lengthy report for review with
Schmidt presented his idea with do whatever they could to tee of E.W. Hodges and said be hoped the water could McGriff brushing over the topics
detailed drawings at the commission's get the dirt he needed. will said Low bidder was : into the planned llno sewer Tom Herndon came before the contained in the briefing.
Monday morning meeting that because the theatre on Orlando with a price land."I and dumped infc;. Alligator board complain about residents and The commission also moved
saying he was to receive! school board school property and used for school the generator.A << instead of his Janet but in an private businesses dumping garbage towards the previouslydiscussedpurchase
for the construction of the purposes an inter-public agreementwith handful at county heater for
approval oon discussion the OommiMton in a creek near his home on Tramm of a new the
outdoor theatre. had already been the school board should be before the board that the solution! to Jones' Road, north. Lawtey. Herndon said county jaiL The county will advertise
promised help by the Vo-Tech school sufficient to get the dirt to school during !the meeting. was probably out,: of county the refuse including old tires and for bids this month with bids to be
Ideal: boy scouts and girl scouts. and grounds. Allen Jones came bags of leaves ends !up at his yard. opened at the next board meeting..
Southside PTA fathers and needed AlsoMonday's! commission water problem. Jones
commission also turned down The cause Herndon thinks: that the March 5.
only SO cubic yards of: dirt from the meeting! the board opened bids for thecounty's acres of land in the builder John Adams' Lawtey dump is closed on I Sundays
county to get his project underway group insurance plan and three years ago but that Bradford (trade and.
Construction of the ampitheatre workman's compensation. In an building a house on the! a Keystone area dirt road in
w htch! will sit about three feet off the afternoon consideration session conv been doused by an Bradford fronting three houses SS Cord I
Proof Needed For
..... ., that has settled on the recently constructed. Commis-

-------.---.-------..---.:. People who anticipate that they or proof of a person's age and place of
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I their children will need social security birth for people born in the U.$.Other
2 GREAT WAYS numbers. in the near future might well documents can be used if these are not
\I COMMUNITY NEWS \I take some time to get together the available.
Evidence ot! Identity should show
I evidence they will need when they
TO SAVE GET $75 apply, A. Glenn Moore social security the person's name and signature or
by Elisabeth Walker Pentecostal: Church (!aim Broen district manager in Gainesville. photograph.Naturalized.
PIteee MUII3 Quarters) in Lawtey l JUr. Robert Florida said recentlyEveryone U.S. ciUzens should
Austoo. Jr., is the pastor In charge. no matter how young or show their citizenship papers. Non
OR $100 Nstlce! The Concerned Citizens of EBENEZER BAPTIST' CliVRCH: old. must furnish evidence of age. U.S. citizens should show. their
000 Bradford County will meet tonight Each Tuesday at 6:30: D.ibte Class. identity and US. citizenship lawful immigration papers.
IF YOU ADD-ON. OR MODERNIZE YOUR PRESENT (Thursday Feb. 22): in the cafeteriain Each Thursday 6:30 Pra)!er Meeting.The admission status when applying for a Moore said that if parents are
RJ.E. Complex. All members re Fellowship of Church will sponsor social security number.. In addition a having trouble getting evidence of
WARM AIR HEATING SYSTEM BETWEEN FEB. 1 AND invited to be present the anniversary Sundi i y February person 18 or older must apply in identity for young children they
MARCH 31. 1979 (WITH INSTALLATION BY MARCH 31. This is Black History Month. 25. 3 p.m. at EbeiMiier Baptist person.It might consider clinic: or doctor's
1979)). Theme: History: Torch for the Church. Her. C.C. Hendei-son, pastorof is a good idea to apply well before records vaccination certificates day
Future. St. Peters Baptist Oiu t-ch. Archer. the number is needed. Moore said care or nursery school records
Da you know anything about your Fla. Everyone is cordial!;y invited. since it takes about weeks to receive insurance policies or church: school
"GET A CASH REFUND Heritage Is Black Beautiful What the .number after the necessary records as possible sources.
do you have to be proud orAl Your evidence is submitted.
is requested Monday Feb. The pastor's anrdveksst'y will begin Only original or certified copies of The leaflet, "Applying for social
26.presence at Mt. Pisgah AME Church In' Lincoln Sunday March 4. with lev. Moselyand documents should be submitted. security number. lists many
DIRECT City. Bradford County Chapter congregation in :Simons)I Photocopies are not acceptable and different proofs that can be used. A
NAACP has planned an informativeand 11 a.m. Rev. A.J. from documents subject verification. copy of this leaflet can be obtained at
entertaining that will Olustee. Fla. and congre pation along A birth certificate or church recordof the Gainesville social security office
GENERAL ELECTRIC'FROM : enlighten about program yourself. Come with the congregation from New birth or baptism recorded before a located at 409 SW 2nd Avenue. The
you Bethel 1 Baptist will preside in the ser '
and learn about Black Figures in!the persons 5th birthday is preferred as telephone number is 376-2575.
vices. 3
Past Present, and Future who have NEW p.m.BETHEL BAPTIST

made and will make pertinent contri CHURCH: Wed. 7 p.m. Bible study, Cars Get Worst of
butions You will be fur-
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and meeting. p.m.
J..e enlightened prayer
prised and prouder, I
Choirs one and two will rehesarse.
when you attend. Sunday School 10 a.m. S Blorning.... Collisions With Big Vehicles
Rev. G. Reed will be the speaker.
asked to -
11 a.m. AU members are
Let us all be Torch bearers for the ship the I killed in accident. In
Future. be ui fellowship with fellowship TALLAHASSEE--The increasingly injured or an
Churches rural crashes where speeds are greater
anniversary. popular small compact cars have
Noticel! Bradford Christian
County CHURCH OF GOD IIV<1 CHRIST: inherent dangers which drivers serious and fatal injuries are cut
Literary Singing Group will sing Sunday school 9:30.: Morning worship some in half when going from a car weighting
need to learn states High-
Monday Feb. 26, at < p.m. at the
worship loon. weighing
11:30.: YPWW 6:30. Evening Patrol. l.ooo to 2.000 pounds
Negro History Month program at Mt. 7:30.: Tuesday 7:30 Biblo Band. Friday way"Studies have shown that when a i over 3.950 pounds. .
1 gbe/6ti..ty E.Wrtiv.Model tOgb-.Kd.ney IbecutJwe Model Pisgah AME Church. acct Pastoral harder to
7:30 Prayer "In addition to being see.
WeatM.b.ma.....Pump CAntr8I Air Cond'diootn9rwo1.rd. Rehearsal Tuesday and Thursdayin small light car collides with a larger smaller cars offer less metal and

eta.o.' +lr.rs..ry.. _........rJC._ GeoewwwJ.rwww.r The__.. ........__of_ the afternoon. teaching.MT.. MORIAII UNITED ca r or the truck most the damage smaller and vehicle results sustains in space around the occupants;"' said

a.--.q M-__ __] ._r aQooo.tlJK Church Activities METHODIST CHURC'H: Sunday more people being injured or killed.'" Beach.
--N.__ School 9:30 Only. AU members are in- Col nel Eldrige Beach director "Drivers of small vehicles should
.oeco eYUH. The Little Church was in charge of vited to attend the anniv the Song service for the Black Historyprogram Fellowship of Churches. One study shows that drivers of car and make sure there is a 'space
$75 00 T s ORS 1 0 0.00 ONm SIZU Tuesday 7:30 Monday: prayer February meeting.19. Each Wed. PLEASANT CROVi; UNITED small cart are twice as likely to be cushion around them. This" is
!METHODIST CHURCH: Thursday especially true for motorcyclists.
7:30 Circle met at Mrs. Victoria
Get Whole! house comfort McCrary. Lee's Circle will meetat 7:30 10 a.m.prayer meeting. Sunday School

Mrs. Cynthia McCutchen. 8pm.Blye's FIRST BORN CHURCH OF TIlE Tommy Lewis; To Head Cystic Fibrosis Drive! HereOne I
Circle will meet at Mrs. Elane
with General Electric central air conditioning or a GE Weathertron Lee. Thursday 7:30 Story Hour Friday UVING GOD: Frida:f 6:30 Service.bible

) Heat Pump that heats in winter, cools in summer. 8:30: Junior ushers Board rehear. study. Friday School 7:30 10:30.Tanying Morning, worship11:30.6p.mYPCW Tommy Lewis of Starke has been out of every 1600 babies born in
The GE Cash Refund sal. Saturday 5 Little Church rehear Sunday appointed as the 1979 chairman of the Florida will have this disease.Bike-A-
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to comfortable.And 7p.mEven.w
great ways get sal. Sat. 1:30 Junior Choir rehearsal. ; ...annual Bike} -A:]' on here_azmounced,?.,- Thom in communities acrjoss:Florida
get $75 or$10O on GE's best! Sunday a:3O Sunday School. It a.m. !!.tiIT.IDa W rsbip u1f"diO (n1'CIiOfi/ir,...Steve>Gordert"ki rwWent-of'-th Cprovide hope tor a.cure,-nir.a JaW,
: ZION Flortd)ehapttrV die CystlcTibrosii' The Cystic'"*" FibhSsia Foundation
Morning Worship. Evening
CALL TODAY FOR A p.m. each 7:30 Sunday
fre HOME SURVEY A ESTIMATECORDON t. rehearses Tuesdajt funds
I Worship. 11 Foundation. The Bike-A-Thon will currently five CF clods in
School 10 a.m. morning worship
Visitorsare raise funds to support research and Florida; Gainesville. Pensacola.
a.m. evening worship 4 p.m.
AIR CONDITIONINGL VICTORY TEMPLE CHURCH: care programs in Starke and around Orlando. Miami and Jacksonville.
The members of The Victory Temple welcome. membersare Florida for children who suffer from Cystic fibrosis is, inherited when
Notice! Ebenezer: ;U1
Church of God cordially invite you to asked to meet /.nu'och Saturday lung damaging diseases. both parents carry: the gene that
HEATING attend their services each Saturdayat causes it. Current research funded by
12 o'clock. Services are currently March 17 It a.m. fH"a meeting. Bike.A-Thons across Florida are the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and
The Junior Choir wdl appear at scheduled to be held in March.
473-4777 being temporariiy held at theTHERE'S supported by Bike-A-Thons. has ex-
HWY 100 Between Starke A Keystone Greater Allen Chapel AlVIE Church on Approximately 1000 children: in tended the average life of CF victims
I the anniversary of the Young Adult Florida suffer from cystic fibrosis.TALLAHASSEEMotorcycle. from infancy to young adulthood.

C1UAPEL Motorcycle Death Up 18 Percent in '78 I
CHURCH: The Young Adult Choir at all times and a helmet must be
will begin the anniversary cele-: deaths increased in Florida from 142 worn. Also. bright colored clothingand
bration Feb. 21.25 terminating with in 1977 to 168 in 1978. said the Florida white accessories on the motor-

NO SUCH THING AS the members 3 p.m.are asked Sunday to cooperate.service. AU Highway Colonel Patrol Eldrige today.Beach. Patrol cycle more visible.such as saddle. bags make it

Dinners will be solid from the director, said. "These figures are Beach ended by saying "the old
church: kitchen Saturday. All preliminary: however as late reports habit of riding a motorcycle as if you
A DISTANT RELATIVE. members are asked to please come L,. the death total for 1978 will were invisible will help reduce col
with all
cooperate activities. probably increase above 168." lisions." -
The District ConfeR(ICe will begin
Motorcyclists musts drive defensively
Your third cousin twice Wed. in Baldwin Fla.ZT-24.Presiding
: at all times. There is no doubtin
NjJr1 Elder F.S. Satchel Dist,;ct. _
removed may be in Califor Sunday School 10 a.m. morning anyone's mind who gets the more Dtr+nlflOIFK
serious when and
H nia.But he's as dose toW worship 11 a.m.musia J 3 p.m. for the motorcycle injuries collide. a car :
as your family] right here inS anniversary program, Since most collisions occur at some e ,

call point of conflict such as an intersection a !s'rrt
tqwaVVhen you long FREE CANAAN TRICE' CHURCH ,riders must have their motor
distance. : OF GOD IN CHRIST: ;Tarrying Ser cycle under control at those

And if you dial direct ; vice: each Wed. 7:30.p.in. prayer service dangerous spots.
each Friday 7:30. Sunday School Drivers of large cars and trucks The world's largest non-profit
without operator assistance;. 10 a.m. evening service 7:30. often turn in front of motor-cycles, scientific and educational institution
you won't have to spend Basketball game: '(here will be causing a crash but they usually do is the National Geographic

much to spend a f .basketball game Saturday 7 p.m. in not actually see the motorcyclist due society. founded in
money to the small size to other .
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'I Phone 7p331prytLcII Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30: LAWTEY We will need all the girls to turn in Lawtey. Since the book will contain
; p.m. Pastor Rev. James Parruh. their blue tee shirts: from last.1..... local recipes and local history, it will
\; ACTIVmgSi Northslde Baptist: Sunday School: 10 You may turn them in to BuddyPaterson be an exciting addition to everyone's

l God: Sunday School, 10 a.m., Worship services. 11 a.m. and 7 where they will live temporarily.fee'' daughter-in-law, kin and Mrs. Brtwe. Billy McCray or any adult kitchen or library. P..... arrange to
a.m., WoroMpswrvicM, It a.m. and 6 p.m., Prayer meeting Wednesday at7 2411W n". ::1' Crapse of JacksowrtOe. member of the Lawtey, Dixie Youth turn the recipes in on or before March
p.1tPrayer Meeting and YPE p.m.The CalL and Mrs. Wm. Wilson < .( Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Teston were Association. 1,1979, deadline, Call Joyce Crew for
Wednesday at 7 p.m. church:: had a valentine banquetand view the Jeffrie's exh1blt. ..' guests of their mother Mrs. Wordto A dance will be held at the Lawtey further information 72-3060.
Evergreen Baptist Church Sunday supper for everyone on Saturday Jacksonville Beach on Sunday., Melton of Ocoee, Wednesday night Elementary cafeteria on will Please. notice that we have changed
School 10 a.m.. Worship services, 11 night. There was special singing\ and Mrs. Opal Lewis is spending sold and Thursday. March 9. No alcoholic beverages our monthly meetings to the first
..m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 guest speaker was Monroe Gaskins time with her brother-in-law and Elizabeth Smyth of Jacksonville be allowed and students through age Thursday in every month W. will
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Sunday sister Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cummings spent Sunday with her grandparents, 16 will be admitted. The price of admission continue to meet at Lawtey Elementary.
p.m. School to a.m. Worship services 11 in Wilmington, N.C. Mr. CumrabtgsIs Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson to help and refreshments will be an- This change was due to the conflict
Fret Baptist: Radio program WPXE a.m. and 7'30 p.m., Training Union in intensive' care in Cape Fear celebrate his birthday.Mr. nounced later with the P.T.O. meetings held at
Starke AM 1490, FM 106.3, 8 a.m. Sun 6-15 p.m., Prayer meeting Wednesday Memorial HospitalMrs. and Mrs Pat Henry were Sun- Light poll's for the new field are Bradford Middle School. Next
day. Bible School, 10 a.m., Worship ? 30p.m. Jacqueline Line and day dinner guests of their parents, needed. Businesses and parents may meeting will be March I, tm, at 7:30: .
services, 11 am and 6:30: p.m., daughter of Sumter, S.C., along with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mosley of donate these poles and your name will p.m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 6:30: p.m. ... .. her aunt Miss Erma Wilson of Palm Highland be engraved on the pole at the park
Pastor A. E. Massey. Beach, arrived Thursday to celebrateCol. Mr. and Mrs Donald Wllkison, Jr., The poles must be at least 60 ft. In Welcome to our new coach Billy
Revival meetings will begin Feb. 26 Wilson's birthday on Sunday.Mr. and son Robby of Jacksonville were length and the cost Is estimated to be McCray. who has volunteered to work
through March Rev. Jimmy Lundy and Mrs Lacy Norman visited Sunday dinner guests of their parents, In'' the neighborhood of $100. ContactEd with our Dixie Youth His time will be
of Johnstown Baptist Church of Lake their brother-in-law and sister.Mr.i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wllkison Sr. Crews or Buddy Paterson for further deeply appreciated and we are look-
Butler will be speaker. Everyone Is and Mrs Cecil Hardee of Highland on: Mr. and Mrs Virgil Griffis Mrs. Information. Ing forward to thin new relationshipand
Invited. Friday night. Malnes Griffis and children of Thanks to all participants In the friendship.
Grace United Mrthodittt: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Flshbura and Palatka, Mr and Mrs. Tom Whaley February car wash!
School 9:45: a.m., Worship services, 11 son were Friday supper guests" of and family of Tampa were all Sunday Thanks to Mr. Dave Shuford for the Congratulations to Buddy Patersonon
a.m., Methodist Youth Fellowship at r I, their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. donation of clay for the new field. his new position as assistant prin-
6:30: p.m. Sunday night; Choir Henry Hodges and family. Nellie Wilkinson, sister, Mrs. Daisy Donations of your favorite recipes cipal of the Bradford Middle School.
tice Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. prac A i Mr. and Mrs. James Gnann and Boch and Miss Lynn Whaley. AH of will be greatly appreciated. The We refuse to give him up completely,
Bible School study course at the ia I family were Friday supper guests of1,, them attended the funeral of their recipes along with the donors name so he will still be seen working with
church every Wednesday night at 8 \ their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. > aunt, Mrs Celie Redding at DeWitt will be printed in a cookbook the Dixie our Dixie Youth. This is a wonderful
p.m. The church has a for Hodges of Brooker. Jones Funeral Home on Sunday. Youth will be selling for 13. The fellow, whom everyone loves. No one
pre-school children during nursery worship Henry Hodges and ions Hank and Doss Higginbotham 'of Maxvllle cookbook will also contain bits of In- dedicates more time to our youth.
services. Mark attended the stock car races at was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. formation on our community ofLEGALS Thanks Buddy.The '

Rev. Will Wright and the youth t Daytona Speedway Saturday. Hester Hicks They went to church
group thoroughly enjoyed the David Floyd Futch returned home Saturday services at Northslde Church on Sun-
Wilkerson Crusade at Lake City on from Shands Hospital, day night. ..111 Hill .... 1111 11 1IIIIIn I
Sunday afternoon. The music was 'Gainesville, after having' surgery; on J1 Elder and Mrs George Boyer of
presented by Dallas,; Home and Peace Wednesday. Plant City stayed Thursday night
Gospel Group. Mr. aDd Mrs. Kenny Burkhalter of with their sister, Mrs Fred Moore, on PUBLIC NOTICE location of this property TO.: All Citizens Tax-
Highland Baptist: Sunday School l, Mimi Scott of Lawtey was among Valdosta, Ga., were Saturday overnight their way home from Georgia. They It. on th. East side payers and other Interested
>")::45 a.m., Worship services, 11 a.m. Howard University In Washington guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. visited their daughter Mrs. Harold ZONING IS BEING REQUESTED of South Water (rood parsons,
and 6 p.m., Prayer meeting Wednes D.C. remaining on the Dean's Honor Boyette. Galloway who is an interpreter for the FOR THE FOL. 100)) Street and South of You and each of \you
day at 7:30: p.m. Roll. which requires an aver.le.r 3.2 Mrs Elvie Kirkland and son Calvin deaf and teaches In a private school LOWING DESCRIBED laura Street where the ore hereby and herewithgiven
Laura Baptist Sunday School 10 or higher for the entire 1177-78 school and Porter Roberts were Sunday dinner Mr and Mrs. Larry Norman and PARCEL: two roads Intersect. notice- In accordance
a.m.. Worship services, 11 a.m. and year. Mimi is the daughter of Mr.and guests. of Mr. and Mrs. Fleam., daughter Rhonda and their mother, with Florida Statutes .
7:30: p.m., Prayer meeting Wednes Mrs Jimmie Scott of Lawtey. Starling. Mrs. Ola Starling, were hostesses fora Lots 1. 2, 11. and 12 of A public hearing will beheld that the City Council .
day night at 7:30 p.m. Mrs James Dougherty ot England birthday supper for their mother, Block 4, City Pork Thursday March of Lowtey. Florida,
Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday School, just returned home from Russia and Mrs. Maggie Norman. Subdivision of Wothrly '151h at 7:30: p.m.1919. otho will conduct a public
10 a.m" Worship services 11 a.m. and PERSONALS: called her parents Col. and Mrs.Wm. Mrs. Pierce Crews visited her aunt, and Carmen's addition to City Hall. All parties. hearing at a regular
7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Chamberlinof Wilson on Sunday to wish him happy. Mrs. Fronie Johns in Starke on Friday Stark, per plat thereofrecorded 'will 'b* heard at this meeting held at 7:30:
p,m. Pastor Charles Starling. birthday. afternoon.Mrs. In plat book 2, time pm. at City Hall
Morgan lloud Baptist: Sunday school, Jacksonville were hostesses for a Mrs. Wayne Hardee visited her R. H. Futch was a Tuesday page 11. Public Recordsof Low icy. Florida on Mon.
10 a.m., Worship services, 11 a.m. and going-away party for their son and sister, Mrs Angle Parrish and her dinner guest of her son-in-law and Bradford County AI Cro.by. Chairman. day March 5. 1979 and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim new baby boy, Justin Daniel in River will consider on Ordl-
7 p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LeI Mc- Florida. Stark Planning and Tone
Chamberlin Barbara and Cecelia.
side Hospital in Jacksonville on Clellan. ing Board. none relafftig' } to:
The party was held Sunday in Saturday. Mrs. Kathy Gaines of Starke visited Amend the Comprehensive -
'-" '- ........ Jacksonville and about 100 friends Donnie Kelly of Gainesville! was a her mother, Mrs. Earl Teston on Sun- ALSO: comm.nc. ot the By: Merrill Edward, City land Ui. Plan to
Potatoes refrigerated for 'stopped in. The movers came Sunday dinner guest of his"parents day afternoon. SW corner ol SW'. of Clerk provide that lands currently
a Wednesday to pack them. The Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. classified ,Rural
week Sgt. and Mrs Douglas Herndon and U I.. of Section 28.
develop sweet
because may of a their Chamberlins are planning to leave for Mrs. Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville daughter Shannon of Bufort, S.C.. Township 6 South, Rang A final public hearing Residential and designated -
starch some To Okinawa on Monday, Feb. 19. They recently returned from a week of ski spent the weekend with their< parents 22 East, and run thnc' will be h.ld by the city by the plan as
changes flavor to tugs them will stop over in California and visit ing in Park City, Utah and spent a Mr. and Mrs. Hulon Herndon ana N 3 degree W on West commission' City of Yellow, be reclossilied
improve store forone their aunt, Mrs Norman James of week with her parents Col. and Mrs. girls. Bne of said SW'.. of SE'\.. Stark, to consider the to Mobile' Horn, and
at a higher temperature Huning Beach. Then they will fly to Wm. Wilson. SCHOOL MENU 3SO ft., 7,In. run thence above'application ..- designated Brown.,' the
weeks before ;
usin .or two Hawaii, then Tokyo, then to Okinawa Mr. and Mrs Fleam Starling at- Feb.28 March 2 S72VE, 98Ft.forpo.ntof : 'day April 3rd 1979. at property of Edward I.
!! tended a gospel sing at the community : beginning run thence 700 p.m. at the City Kaiser, described as

center in Lake Butler on Saturday. MONDAY Beefaroni, green sweet N 17', .' E. 210' ft. to the Hall. follows: Parcel 11419:
MENTION. night .peas, applesauce, hot biscuits, butter, south edge of th. "..4r LMerrill I '/ South It Of Block 21. In
'! STORE MERCHANTS milk. astern extension of Edward, City 'tawtey. West of
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Miss Billie Doreen Wilson of 1',I< Railroad :y
TUESDAY: Vegetable beef soup, Laura Strt; run thence Clerk, Itchg2r22.r :\J .
All D All PARENTS Jacksonville spent Sunday with her saltines, french (fries,) cheese toast S 77',. E. along said '" 51 It' You or* further given
parents, Col. and Mrs Wm, Wilson.. to sweet potato bread, milk. Laura Street 210 ft., run NOTICE that a copy of
You May Not Be Aware That You Are Contributing To The DelinquencyAnd help celebrate his birthday. WEDNESDAY:' Turkey with rice thence S 17'i' W., 210ft. said proposed ORDI
Vernon Teston of Little Rock Ark., NONCE' OF APPLICA. NANCE ,Is available for
Even Death'Of Hundreds. cranberry sauce, green beans, hot ., to a stake; run
arrived Saturday night to spend a butter TION FOR AMENDMENT 'your Inspection at the
rolls, tangerine, milk. thence N 72'\' W, 210ft.
Those That Play And Allow Rock 'N' Roll Music In Their Homes And week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. THURSDAY: Fish, buttered grits, ., to point of beginning OP THE LAND USE PLAN. Ollice of the City Clerk.
Lonnie Teston. cole slaw cornbread, butter, applesauce CITY OF IAWTEV City Hall, Lawtey.
Restaurants And Stores )Will Have To Answer To God. Mrs. R. F. Wilkerson was a Sunday milk.FRIDAYi LESS I EXCEPT: Th. East FLORIDA. ", '. Florida.
dinner guest of her parents, Mr. and bun the An ORDINANCE amending Each and every person
(Hear,The Facts A'Hampton Baptist Church Hamburger on US ft. II In. of
Mrs. Rowell Prevatt. mustard, ketchup, lettuce, tomato parcel |lust described. the ComprehensiveLand having any Interest
Sunday Night At 7:30 PM. Pastor Richard Mashburn Mr. ,and Mrs. M. D. Crapse were pickle, french fries, peach crisp, Use Plan Element whatever In the enactment *
Sunday dinner guests of their son and "'milk. Request a change In ion and Map by lawty, of this proposed
Ing from R-IC tingle Florida In accordancewith ORDINANCE should opp -
--0. It YOUTH family medium' density the local' poverm e. : m aThelDbtit'ydutti' comprehensive. time and* place iereCITY"
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'STARKE' league teams, one major league the owner Mr J.E Mllll-/ provided for In Chapter COUNCIL. ''CITV
team, one pony league team, and one gar to enlarge' his mini 163 of ''the Florida OF lAWTEV FLORIDA.
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THE CIRCUIT J-LEGALS Jj March. 1979.JJJ.which. .I is.the. Iii 1 u inqW.nt FMs H'1J' I I KBy.ton ..p.a Rdm I Telegraph

19th day of March. 1979. _. HUP WANTCDi The day ... RINTi Unfurnished 2 "
COURT EIGHTH be entered against you Doled this 12th day of County Board of Commissioners 1*. I I both house, central' J'ERSONAfc
JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF fer the relief February 1979. : "USOJt 1 t, : hat the> following #.tr. oH furnace, fireplace SERVICES :

FLORIDA IN AND demanded in the complaint Gilbert S. Brown. By (SERVICESCLARKES :: I f ''R iifIJ' t' ; ..fOItStl : staff petition avelloble; In. 14x20 crooned porch .. n.
FOR or petition. Bedford.
Beulah M. Moody. Clerk take Clerk 2 yr. college. overlooking lake BULLDOZER WORK Lot
my of Circuit Court of Bradford SAW SHOP Complete may be substituted" by one $.125 a month Including rood.grad.d
CIVIL ACTION and the seal of said 12 x 70 MOBILE HOME Like a SR. :3 BA HOMEl living utilities. 1-262-9391 2/22 cleareditches cut *
Cat No. 71213. J.D. Court 2S County, Florida. sharpening servke. 10 den. year enpertence workingwith Clean landfillwonl.d
on January new, 3 bedroom on room dining room the 2tpd 2/29
2-15 4lchg 3-B. circular public. experience;
hand mowerblades Phone CharlesHoltiendort
Odom. Jr. and VemleP. 1979. acres of land S min, from large kitchen. laundry
Odom. hit wlf.PI.ln.lf. (Signed) Gilbert S. chain sow, leave at take Butler:, 10 min from screened porch Separate working In It highly eligibility deir determination .... LAKE LOTS FOR IALIIKey..on. 964-7961 1.25
VI Mar Brown. As Clerk of Cr.w\Builders Supply Lok.Butl.r. prison. $125 rno. just Inside guest studio and workshop.Large Heights 2 6tchg 3.1BAKERS
Valid driver license. To
.... L Johnson.Defendant. BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS 7-3 tin. lot lake.Excellent beautifully wooded lot on
,,, Said Court By: Marian Baker Co., line on Clarence corner facing for this
A OF Smith'sform. condition. Call qualify position you c.nd bottom Silver ASPHALT Seal
Deputy Dobbs Rd.. on B P.
BRADFORD COUNTY IN. USE THI LAUNDRAMAT at mutt be a redden of Clay Good die- service I I.
NOTICE OF SUIT. Clerk Call 2596478. 2.8 496.3345.3khg 2.22. lake. term. or coating now serving
PROPERTY TO 2 $ 1-1. VITATION TO BID HWY 100 by the Handyway. County. Apply at Clay Coun count for cash. Several tend Keystone, Storke and
Margaretle L. John. The County will We have a ..wash dry and rfnchg. LARGE ANTIQUE OAK ty Community Service Office 1-4 acre homesltes' with surrounding area. Construction .

ton last known receive bid until 10:00: fold service" 25 cent Ib. TABLE with six stained 9IS Walnut St., Green ecc... to lake Brooklyn at of new driveway

address: P.O. Box 21S, NOTICE OF APPLICATION a.m. Monday March S, Att.ndant on duty. Ifn. lodder-bocked. chair, $150. Cove Spring, Fl. I Itchg only $4,500 each. Commercial and parking lot; repairingand
FOR TAX DEED. 1979. On the following: 2/22 { lot on SR 21 North sealing existing
Hampton Phone 4962371. 3-19 2tpd
YOU ARE Sec 194.16. F.S. I 300.000 BTU Input SEPTIC TANK I CREASE 2.22 FOR SAtlt 17 It. travel. _Ilabl.. Owner-Salesman' asphalt Free estimates
HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat NOTICE IS HEREBY natural gas boiler TRAP cleanouts. new line, rIMAINESINSURANCE: I i trailer(" .ope4)), now In use .73-.375.2/22 TFchg Phone 9648463. 1.25 TF-

an action for a GIVEN that Either S. system completely In. reasonable' Joe Foriyth GOOSENECK HORSE and can be inspected at one chg.
Hall formerly. Esther S.Carter stalled In the Bradford 4311022. All business' '' TRAILER Will hold UK block North of Pork of the HOUSE FOR RENTi Two
foreclosure the of following mortgage the hold.r of thefollowing County Jail. Including appreciated. 3.31 tf-chg. AGENCVi horse.. Excellent condition Palm on corner lot on King bedroom, two full.both*. 1 Immefcelve BABYSITTING In home-
on Rood lekevlew of my
certificate hat wiring piping. removal 160 S. lake Ave. Lake $1500. Phone .96-2043.2.15 Rood. $1.150. Ifpd 2/33
described property In Veokryft.. All c.,,... New Monday through Friday.
Florida filed aid certificate lora ol existing oil-fired INCOME TAXES PREPARED Butler 494.3978. Complete 3lchg/ 3.1CUSTOM Pr.f.r Infant. Phone
Bradford County POE SALI119 cu. ft. freeier, ,..... 47S-SOSS. 2/22 2lpd
: Lot One (1). a lax deed to be l Issued boiler etc. locally owned and ope Insurance Service" Phone 473-3390. 2/29 964.922.1.11 TF-chg.
S75. Itpd
the W 20 feet of Lot 2 In thereon Th. certificate Bid should allow for rated. We ore professionallytrained MADE DRAPERIES 2/22
Block 29 Blanton' number and yean of issuance Irade-in of existing and experienced In EVERYONE IS Iwurablel Immediate Furniture and floor coverIngs UPHOLSTERY Reasonable BULLDOZER WORKi Small

Addition to the Townof the descriptionof boiler at the Bradford Income tax preparation.Our coverage by phone ,; free estimate at your FOR RENTt Doublewlde price. Phone 473-2032. 2,15 dozer landcleorlng and

Hampton as same the property and the County Jail. The county office Is open the entire JOE USHER AGENCY home. S'W Enterprise. Ed mobile home, 2..... furnished 4lpd 36Classified leveling. Phone Jimmy Martin

appears of record In names In which II was reserve the right to reject year to assist yOU. Hour. 9 496-3120 or 4962903. or Lama Stephens, 496-3219. 2 baths, 2 BR, 964.3230.tf chg.
Plat Book 1, Page 38. assessed are 01 follow: | any and all bid. to 7 Mon. thru Sat; Sundayby 9-14 tfnchg. carpel first and last month
current Public Certificate No. SI Submit bid no later than appointment. MAW IN. rent In advance. $100 BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete
Records of Bradford Year of Issuance 1973 March 5. 1979 at 10.00 COME TAX SERVICE 280 deposit. No pel. Available! Ads Get sharpening service, circular
Description of PropertyLot a.m. to Gilbert S. Brown. N.W. 2nd St., lake Butler MARY KAYCOSMETICS Immediately. Phono .
Florida all In hand carbide, chain
County _.. .. .. ....... ,
Section 10 Township 7 8 of Blk 13 In Gaskets Clerk Phone 496-3574 (large while j 'uOo -" 4734713. Itchg 233IXPERIENCCO ResultsLEGAL mower blade hollow groundand
has add sec 29 Two-6. Signed: Gilbert S. house behind post office.) "" :. balanced.
22 East, Leave at
S. Range ( : ; .
It 22. Nome in which Brown Clerk 2.15 2tchg 2.1 4tchg 222. 8l"
been filed against you <.. .. I Louise Starling Jackson Building Supply,
assessed Lucia Hollmgs- 2.22. I typing. light beckkping.v.ry J .1 1 U I I I r r.
requiredto ..., Slorke Heights.tfchg. .
and you are .. .. .., ... """" "' ,' personable, good or Keystone
serve a copy of your worth Ett ....' '...."." .__'0" .. 0' Evening telephone voice. Orange .
All of said DEALER OPPORTUNITVl Maor Keystone Height
written defenses, if property .' [ .A IE I Pork business. Mail application
the of ; .. : steel
being in County line of
| quality and
to It, the plain- LOSE WEIGHT lately
any on to Bon 1441, Orange
Slate of .,. .. Industrial .
Bradford. "" o' building for farm,
tilt's attorney whose BRASINCTpNCadillac Park, Fla. 32073. 2/32 2tchg( fait with X-11 Diet Plan.
name and address is Florida. BEST PART time lob In and commercial. 3/1 $3.00 REDUCE Excess fluid

J.J. Wolbert, Jr.. 206S. Unless such certificate Am.rlca for High School Rewarding opportunity for Ofdsmobile FOR SALE New remote NOTICE OF with X.Pel. S3.30. Koch
Water Street.Slarke or certificate shall be Classified Jrs.. and Srs., $55 mo..1 person that can qualify require Safe & Service Pay-m-Pok hydroplane, INTENTIONTO Drugs Starke. 2.1 lOtpd ..5.
Fl 3201 904964 redeemed according to weekend a month. Prior $1200 to $1500 for tine Selection Of Used partly built. Has .30 cu. in. REGISTER
and file theorlgin.1 low the property described Ads GetResults Service at lost overhead and operating
S200 person begin Cart Taken OnCadillaclndes engine and running hard. FICTITIOUS SIGN PAINTING Fast one-
with the clerkof In such certificate or rank' held. Further Info., capital. Write Soule Building ware. $73. Two ET rims, 14". NAME day service. See Rudy at
above styled certificate will be told Recruiter Calvin System, Inc.. RI 5. Box 298 with
the contact 2001 N.WJ'I3378-5301 five lug pare tires, Pursuant to Section Waldo Flea Market. Friday
court on or before to the highest bidder at Varnet, Stark. Armory Gastonia N.C 28052 or call GAINESVILLE $60. Phone 473.2395. Itchg 865.09 Florida Statute Sat.. Sunday Monday. TF-
1979 other the court house door on 1-904-9645320 431-1421. 1-704-864-2306 2.15 2tpd 3/22
March S, : or notice I I. h.r.by given i chg.
Monday In Month of 2.22
wise a udgement( may 11.16 Hn.ttsixNEW r -- that the undersigned

HOMES INC. Joe MOUS Phone 964-S14S or
On sale Thursday, AND Lorence. Executive Vice 964.6582. tf-chg

OWES rlIEAGLEI I Friday & Saturday! SMALL ENGINE 284-A.President.Waycross Route .4,Ga.Box. SEWING MACHINES
EIS REPAIRED All makes cleaned
J .. 31501, doing business
oiled and adjusted. $7.
Your Home
under the firm name of Work guaranteed. James
.. VFSA'HERE'S Or Business "COMMUNITY MOBILE Strickland corner of
I HOME SALES", P.O. Box Morgan Rd. and Hwy
PROOF OUR REASONABLE 123. Storks Fla. 32091, Ip.TFchg

intends to register sold
PRICES fictitious name under the REMODELING BUILDING
100% provision of aforesaid REPAIRS New kitchens,
baths, family rooms. Brick,
GUARANTEED statute. block .concr.t.. Fireplace
prices r Corona Mobile Home, specialists. Griffis Construction

? MECHANICON INC., owner. phon. 473.2108 or
Dated this 15th day of 473.2378. TFchgBRADFORD

great buys! Save up to 29%' WHEELS Stork.February, Florida.A.D. 1979.2-13 at SERVICE Bradford SEPTIC residential TANK

..., 4tchg 3.8.a.ARgal .
.- -- / r : DIXIE AUTO REPAIR pump-out*, $43. Commercial
itAGL and Industrial. Fully

TOP MAKER I 964-5590 ... licensed. Phone 964-8121.



o "I PRICEI i Philip W.Clark I Toy Poodle $8.50.; Miniature
$ID; Boarding $3 per day
: 594" REALTOR Paneling Molding I Gum Creek Kennel,
: : ,
I .. IB KEYSTONE Kitchen Cabinets II 964 3922.. 2.15 TFchg. ,
:. ifUGNTe I| .hL' '""

j : 1, tVENF/elf i y ,. OfMee-904>.n-4J___' _11 1-I COunterwpps J tltlll1''tAh'M'hy'' ..
a Brushed prewashad and .VerjklaFREE : Monday) through Friday.
a 1r
NIINr IIIIINM.a % broken cotton twill styled Fenced hot mealsi_In
) Boyles Highway. .25 yard
S with tiered log. lots 0'pock. jj
*t I 00 C' M V .... reverse stitching prim. acres with 825' I 1 town location. Phon.
_/. SAVEsay SAVE I and morel'trrns. 29-42. sty road frontage, $1,700 per ESTIMATES I 9645703. 2-132tchg222

New Home..3 Bedroom, major or
I for roof
central heal, corner lot on Hot coating repairs;
W 54c 1.27 WAS 3.76 i / I paved .street $29.500. I Ideal for shingle coating.
140 S. Thompson St. Serving Bradford County. All

Mada from 10O% virgin crude FKllI' quality 1-ply loitot tia- Seamless h..vy duty plastic, Workable Farm...20 acres I Old Coca Cote Plant work guaranteed. Phone
to clean *s lubrlcatasl, Ot sue. a-roll peck Whit with snap lid to prevent spills. with 3 Bedroom Home, 7823991. Itpd 2/22.

several' out building. I I 11Wil
$'2.500. 1L1 -= SAVE ON YOUR INCOME
TAX FORMS 1040A short

Jest Buy In Keystone..CB forms prepared $'. 30

home in "mint" condition. years experience. hone

1100- square feet./. 964.6573. Itpd 2/22.

tgo S 3.00 SAVE t.lp24PC. Room to Roam...4 acre ol Drillin: } 5I VICE BRADFORD$5 a month GARBAGE. twice SER a

EAYB SAVE land and a 3 bedroom week pick-up In most
home at 28500. 2" Thru 0'" areas. Dumpster service

BEVERAGE SET HARDSIDI CHEST 24" BARBECUE GRILL 1 1r Fast Rotary avallble soon. Save yourselfthat
N Need Your Care.,4 trip to the dump Phono
w 4.97 WAS 1a. 9.88Set WAS 88 Bedroom From.Bungalow, Drilling Equipment 9646167. Itchg 222.

enced yard close to town, STATE LICENSED
cant..... 6 juice*ontharocka. Unbreakable construction,fullytoaulated Adlustabl grid, tripod lega, 113,500.) 5...s. ................
.t 1 lumbMr Gold avocado. 40 quart capacity No bolt,easy to assemble..
Slick As A Whistle..2 .... ...a..
YOUR Bedroom t'/ baths.
CHOICE! New & US8dSal..Pa"s.Servlce
carpeted' throughout. coiner 3 LICENSED REAL ESTATE


I Motivated Seller..wants NEAR STARKE 3.3 mile S
10"%'" E-Z :
SAVE y WERE fE'BYf' an offer on this brick' ..........T..ma...... Bradford Sq. off HWY 301
special. acre of land. pool Evergreen Ave. 3 BR, 2 BA.
Smootn-ntnng short In no-
Iron potyactar-cotton bland :! Stucco over CB on. 2/,
NEATLY STYLED! CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRT Popular solids, men a 3O-42 .. .
... Complete set up for
VALUE PLUSI 8AVtUPTO27% SUPER BUYI WERE Owner Financing In mobile home also on
7.88 ;74.44 New Installation pro
KITCHEN TOOL SET SKILLET SAUCEPAN SET UNDER CABINET LIGHT I i-taulton storm collar Back The classic. blue chambray M sot-in kitchen familyoom Remodeling Repairs'
1.44 WEAElJJ'1 44 X898 yoke waist mash breather work-or-play shirt, Two pock- large lot $39,900.
PRICE elastic tnsart S lo XL. els, tails.,, Man a 3 to XL. ,. LAKE BROOKLYN

...n.q.po i. Ldla, W.wlar, Cnooae e" cast Iron skillal or IS watt fluorescent tube In 16 'rlvote..5 acre, fenced Durranc. HOME: Reduced.to.
A..w..a awv C..s > ,vt 1 4 2 future, all hardware Included 31000.
von. wt qt*
-pe.pan qt
torag. building, 2 ......................
G >edroom mobile home. MODERN 4 BR: Walk to
YOUR CHOICE! :lay Co..$19.300. PUMP A SUPPLY Keystone hopping and

J. schools. 44000.
Nearly N.w..2 bedroom., COMPANY:
2 baths, eat.In kitchen BLDG. LOTS. LAKE LOTS
great room. 1 acre, with 864 N. Temple Ave. AND ACREAGE
,. I IS
.Clt'N i' .1 terms, $34,300.Wooded I I

'" rl Office 473-7076
SAVE 1.00 ; '' ERNE 12"%'" SAy812% 2 Acra Starke, Fla. Evenings: I

VALUE PLUS rods...Clay County $40C Arline Rombo-413.7134 !

1t espr fUTSCNCH VISE ON ALARM! 15 years $3.000. 413.3265'M!

99 811E5.88 W 5.88 WERE 2 R WERE. 2 R $7 M I

Rugged, llgniwelght vinyl with Styled with long sleeves. long 100% cotton .W/two lippered Styled wttlv v-neck._ribbed
IrJWrn.em. e.ew..oa .+es p esJ hia feeds. rwwel locking upper opening tS"satroverw..w lags In poly/aotton blands. pocket,stud trim.Sizes6.13.. weal .m solid color poly/col-
-- w ffrm.tumtmtrrr ti94 Lee. 17"s/re9e1.Bet.YJN. SOlid.and pattern. A.B.C.O. ton I knu.*.Miaaa, *' a.M.L, She Stands A Class Of Her Own I

SAVE The Unique-Spiritual Psychic
a ot> a '

tTA KITCHENTOWELS re. Madame Jace : :

1 ..,,, .

3 1 Site WIN reed your enure life wimout1 Mklng my questions. ))1

v. WERE 1.fl" ..,.... Gives advice on all 1 etteye of site ouch es live Courtship
JIr ...... ._... Low Suite and B.*.ln... Speculation,.Tall'* you Who" ,
end When you win ...."" She ,neveratla to reunite the Seoereted. or...". .! _
{ 1s' HEALTH BEAUTY AIDS .'" '. : V.11"" cusp $pe.dy.04 Happy Mentege. Overcome Enemies end

A MISS SPECK HAM 880Aalr.O ." SUPER BtJyj( PLUS Bad Luck of all kin....
MIOBt.LLD I' IMA3NE1 COTTON wAB je0 CUSHION CREW SOCKS MSN'S CASUAL STEP-IN WOMEN'S SURFERS 1 Madame J.c. Doe Not. TV To ,.,.... You Site Ml ton *** roll needo know

OABr BEACH TOWELLAMGI27IM" DEODORANT RIGHT GUARD S OZ 99ar WERE! Don't be discouraged if other nave tailed to hate YOU. Brie doe whet other claim' to do
READY TO Ua / Limit 31> WAS \\jr _;ed' 64'DISC.. 7.94 B&3.94 One visa will convince, you this gifted Spkttueilot/ Medium le superior to soy reader you

1.T7 2e9' 1.O9 Puny cushioned tor comfort. Styled, with moo vamp Hidden CuatMonad terry thong with' I have ever consulted .
/ DRISTAN NASAL Wnne w/asat colorful strip gore end lie loam InaoM natural straw Insole: on ffUVATt AND COHflOfHTlAL.' ffaVtOMOS DAILY. CVfftrOMC, It WELCOME
wAf MC.I> / MIST tape WAS ye too*. 1 sue fits rnerf* 1013. Tnoot cored. m aaat color. 7-13. color' 'layered crape --0.;
LOOK For Name On Hand Sign In Front Of H. Ho/rje! YOU >'Can'ta.. It.

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

/ 'm-.e'e. 312 W. MADISON. ST. STARKE, FLORIDA Open OaMy 0'OO A M to 900PM Phone 964.8712.J"1.2

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; ,HUWAJttt" mI Bradford County Want Ads (
1 ,11 '" tOI'. .
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LADY In .moll WANTIO butlnmt to Will help troln out BR.FOR 2 BALI both BV OWNER Thr** CARSiTRUCKS. : : ( ; I N 1 'W'.I..U. I 'I'i.i. '(Olrnn FIT BULL Phone PUPSi6 964 week 7255 old.2.15
for secretarial and home :in country. ., : t'"" ,R t" : $50 rtIJiUeJar
work. outdoor Big bam, 7 acres, owner will .. : .. I' f'';' 2tpd 2 22BEAUTY 11
accommodation ;
hold (
If detlred. Phon. mortgage at B 12 I : pct 1967 TRUCKS FlOO 352 rebuilt i FURNISHED TWO GOOD PRICES PAIDfor used PECANS You pick 35 cents a :

782-3991.: Itpd :2/22.: : 25 pct. down Phone engine 'lour speed, nds, BEDROOM 2 bath cottageon mobile! hornet II mortgage ,It pound, Lab crop lawtey SHOP: Good Stork. REALTY 1
964-6)12 location Good cll.nl.I.!
or 964.5261: For work. bet offr Good hunt> Cry.tollok.'C Adults paid or more OLIN'S 782.3576.Itpd :2 :22.:

TELEPHONI. SOLICITOKPort appt. TFchg truck. Phone 964)8854.) 5 only no pets $200: monthly. MOBILE HOME SALES Grat operators Everythingyou V" ftA f ....
need. Call lor details *
time, ._.. 4.1 p.m. Phon. 2tpd 2-22 Phone 4733581. 2-13 2tchg 964-5606. Open 7 days VACUUM CLEANERS All *%!: PHONE .'4-7776
THREE Melba K. "
BEDROOM frame makes I have more llgn. Realtor
964-565. Florida Times 2.22 weekly dchg.WANTEDMobil: CECELIATERWILLEGAR m 70SN TfMPLE
horn In cleaners than anybody In 473-4816: Joanne Goodson,
Union. Hwy 1973 OLDS CUTlASS
227. Kitchen fully equipped owner hot high mileage, DUPLEX APARTMENT on ham ox- the country Al) Young US 475-1071.; Dot Farrls.

Mutt most furniture goet with but k.pt In good running I Klngsley Lake. Furnished, let and tires, will pick up. 301 North 2 I I2 miles Phone 473-3154. Itchg 2/22 30 minutes to Gainesville ...
house two BR. Year around, 964.69IS.ltpd 222.: : 40 minutes t Jacksonville .
mel CETA prol.ct 6 eligl- large lot. large condition. N.w tires oil I OLIN'S MOBILE HOME ,

bility. Apply FSES Bradford garden space David Jones, around. AC.,.t.reo, "5. AT. Private dock. Phone SALES 964.060Op.n>> 7 SMALL PIANO as Is, $75. SEVERAL ITEMS Single bed SO minutes to Silver SpringsSO
964.6074'betwn 1 and 7 964-5391 day or 964-7788 week. tl. almost new moilreti, white minutes to St. Augustine
needs teat covers. Phone days a chg
209 W
County. Call. Phone
Stork.. 782-3279.: Itchg :2-22.: :
.. headboard. $45.
p.m. TFchg 782-3063 oft.r 5:30 TFchg Antique 80 minutes to Dayton
Closing dot. 3/26/79.: : p.m.
Equal 2/222tpd3/1. WILL TRADE 20 hp Mercury dressing table with stool ISO minutes to C.... KennedyISO
Opportunity Employ.r.Itchg BLOCK HOMI with 3 NICELY FURNISHED one outboard motor In good run. CHEST 15 cubic FREEZER) like new whit $40. 8-drower chest, minutes to Disney WorldBeautiful
fet. $150. Phone
bedrooms, 2 baths, with 12 1977 DODOE MONACO,, bedroom apartment, ning condition for 10 hp 964 6200. Itpd 222.: antique whit, like new "

acres of land. Carpet. CH-A. BROUGHAM 4 door. utilities furnlthed. Private Evlnrud In good running finish $60. Antique chair. new brick home 1600 sq. f.. 44500.*vt.ld*cl.

to work ROOM NURSli Phon* 782-3577. TFchg clean low mileage, $3.695.supr entrance Middle age per- condition. Phone 964-5211: GAS STORAGE BARRELS new upholstery, white, $40. ty Forest Heights off Rd. 16 closets galore, carpet,

time Floor part tim.OR.. .; Port Adams Auto Soles, ions or senior citliens only' or 961.8007,2-IS2tchg2.22: : Clean SS gallon sire $5 10 Inch black white TV. still drapes, dishwasher, stave, disposal. Fl.. Power .

prlnc required.nurt Contact Ex- MOBILE HOMES Why pay Keystone. Phone" 473-4470.. need apply.' Inquire 603 E. USED TRACTOR: Equippedwith each Get ready for shortage under warranty 9 me.. old $32,000. mtg. $292. mo. I
? $60. Desert Isle, Motel, Ii
O.O.N. more Buy direct from factory Itchg 222. Washington Ave. 2 B TFchg cultivators at leatt. Phone 9646029.
Hospital Union 4962323.: General Lak large selection ol 24 ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED Phone 964 5842 I 11pd' :2 22: Bush Nursery. Itpd 2.:22.: lawt.,. 7823332.: Itpd 2/22 Hampton Oaks lot across street from lake Hampton .p- \
14, 12 wid.. STARKEHOME ol 130 ISO Owner financed.
Half cord pro.
Sutler. 2/22: 2tchg 311. CLEAN USED CARS AND' eportment, upstairs. Phone FIREWOOD
CENTER. US 301 North. Open TRUCKAdam Auto Sales, 964-6S79 alter 5.30 FAMILY WOULD LIKE to live TEN ACRES Has large barn pine. S25 Cedar trees lor
9 to dusk 1 to 6 Sunday. Keystone Heights, 473-4470. Itchg 222UNFURNISHED p.m. and work on chicken farm or fish pond, well, pump and sol*. 8 1.2 to 9 ft cypress Lour $t. remodeled home en 'large .lot with extre bldg. ,

Phone 964)8741.) TFchg Itchg :222. other suitable business, septic tank lond Is 660 ft. poles for sal*. Phone for storage ,

FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE NINE-ROOM APARTMENTS Bradford County only. sq. Alto hat electric power 9648210 alter 5 p.m. 2-15
needs sales person Remodeled on Inilde HOUSE with I97S GRANADA 6 cylinder for rent. Phone Phone 2 964 22: 5442 alter 6 p.m. trailer pole" and an electric :2tchg 2.22: 337 N. Walnut wonderful home I 4 lvrnlih opts.
Itpd t
highly responsible' lour ori; 2 door nice car $2.395. 964)7521) 2/22 3/1 service to the barn
acre paved road In \ 2tcha .... ._..
149 SI I ho.
12th grad. education, Bradford Adams Auto Sales.Keystone. PRICE (separate). $20 000. Phone PLYMOUTH FURY II Pratt 2 Frame financed. )
honest, self-Initiative County. 30000. TOP CASH PAID FOR) Runs good. $200. PINTO 13 acres Hwy 301 N & Morgan Rd.
782 3065 after 5 30
to Phone 473.4.70.ltchg2n. I FURNISHED APARTMENT p.mi
9645916. Itchg :222.1977CHEVV ) Coins Sterling Dental Gold
work. Will work at war.. One bedroom, first tenant. : :22: 2tpd 3 I MARE In tool gentle $100 1016 W. Pratt-$27.900.-redecrted. )
' Rings GF Scrap Jewelry DOBERMAN block 10 acres In vicinity of Rd. 100A-SI500 .
houie "" large ecr*
person at well at ,:: .: ::. .., : : $150 month Phone <
"o :,, .. ( p.r chains Optical FramesWatch .. '
tolet r mole $S0. STEREO Estate on Lake G.n. several "homes.
and delivery. 40 hrt.pr 197 FORD F100. Factory' CAB-OVER CAMPER 10 ft.
,964 6752. Itchg 2 22:
f A $, ;I.RV S.) Bands ETC Phone 1.R. RECORDER track. AM.FM. Kyttan-Klngt Rd. .beautiful horne-2000 ft. $58.000.
week. 7:30: a.m. to 5 : Topper 6 cylinder $2.995.: 964- slide In (hat no name). sq.
p.m. Pay beglnt at $3.50. . 0' ._ ". ... Adam Auto Sales.Keystone FURNISHED two bedroom 8ullington 250.( 12.21 Custom mode at' factory. 4 large speakers, $175, Rd. 100 3 BR 2 B Iran 1000.
Phone 964 8670. I tchg 2, 22.: Rd. 100 CB home, commercial trailer,
Contact Florida 473-4470. Mounts thru bad of truck gerege
Stat. BIO 10-Reg. go.. Itchg I haute pay your own no
Employm.nt Service, 209 W. AT, AC, PS. Custom Campertop 222.: : utilities. No ob.clion| to two chgKilfimll |jck.. Hat gas or ..Iectrlcr.lrltg.rotor. 3.2A-$49.8IO.
Call St.. \ r volt KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERS 603 "Pln.wocd-S11.iOO a very pleasenl turprls. .
9648092. Itchg Extra Clean $4,895. small children. No 12: or 115
pets. I I : New rebuilt, uted. I will not Large apt. complex 301 70000.
222. Adams Auto Soles, 1973 DODGE V. ton work 1 $150 Garden j v. electric system In excellent -
spaceLawtey. .1. b undersold. AI US 1301 Searing $8R.2B CM A 37000.
Young. -
Keystone, 473-4470.ltchg. truck. $993. Adams Auto 1, Deposit Phone : condition. A real
301 North :2' > miles. Phone FurnishedBR 28 brick plus S acres $47.500.
at $1300. Phone
Soles Keystone His. good buy
2 :
RN .PART TIME All shifts, 1971 CAMARO Red. $500. 473-4470. Itchg 222.: Itchg HOW TO EARN MONEY at 782-3065 alter 5.30; p.m. 9646918. Itpd :2/22. large A frame Bessent .". $42.000. .

Differential for 3-11 and 11.7 Phone 9647570. Inquire at HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR, 2 horn mailing commission 2/22 2tpd 3/1. $27,000 brick 3 BR I' B out of city $22.000 SWD Mtg. 1

shift.. Starting salary $5.50 Rosha's Beauty Shop VEGA KAMMBACKi New<, bath.. CH A, S250 month circulars Excellent profit YARD SALE Friday and Redgrava 3 BR 3 1. $42.500. large ....utllulla..

p.r hr.. Contact D.O.N.. Brownlee and SR 16 Stork. tires, new battery AC., plus $150 depotit. Phone potential. Offer Details rush SHELL HOUSE on your lot: Saturday. 9 a.m. until. You 120 acres 11150 A high I rolling-owner flnencod.

Union General Hospital, Itpd 2/22 $1500. excellent condition., 9646287. TFchg stamped addressed 1400 tq. ft.. 3 BR, 2 bath, need It, we've got It. Stop by Store on 301 owner financed

4962323. Lake Butler 2/22 Phone 431-1849 before 4 I envelope and 25 cents $15,000. Phone 264-0689 or and buy. 401 Alton Rd.. 42A Inside city .w.... financed..

2tchg 31.Lillian 1977 CHEVY VAN: window p.m.: Pin Forest Apts. J6., OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE Denise Company P.O. Box 264-3127.-I 6tchg 38. Stork.. Itpd2i22.SEVERAL : Commercial C.IlIt. owner financed.
van on* ton, 350 engine, lawtey 301 pert of Motel $14.000.
2/22 BUILDINGS $125 and $150.
Itpd 307. Stork., Fla 32091. Itpd
lake Butler 6acres .bautlful brick hem
AC, PS PB, yery clean see Phone 964-5261 or 964.6112. 222. 300 BALES OF HAYall or ITEMSt 4 Mret
at Jo-lu Motel US 301 South. 1977 PLYMOUTH FURY, AM.. TFchg port. $1.25 per bole., Phone F78-14, 3 lawnmowers lolc. Butler Lovely large brick home-MS.OOO.

Starke, No phone call, FM stereo red-black vinyl I DEALER OPPORTUNITY Ma 964-5734. 1-25 TF.chg.EXCELLENT' ttereo with albums, radio 1300 acres In the Newberry-Archet1 ores
(line of steel Brownie .". ll'. A plus' home,
pleas 1979 TRAVEL top AC AT undercoated, KITCHENETTE) One 1111' jar quality tapeplayer, Magnus organ
TRAILER! 28 If,, ..If. take over payments, $1,7 00 I I apartments poor TV, Ac, buildings for farm In. QUALITY HAY) wjth' teat, books. Air 4 lott $2500 '0. Laurel Baptltt Church Rd.1,100 .
C.l'earMonKKU.IOK: contained twin bds. AC, bolanc Phone 964-8057' utilities Included Totally duslrlal and commercial. Roland Stern Phone perfect.; Good price, phone $/ large horn plus 9 acres $41,800.

: patio door many ..,ral. oft.r 6 p.m. Itpd 2/22: : furnished. Weekly monthly Rewording opportunity for 9648345. 1.25 5lpd 222. 964.7417.Itpd :222.
See at Jo-lu Motel Stark rate.. TEMPLE MOTEL. 880 person that can qualify -- re- luclll Connor Spry Associate 64-8420 '

1..\W n\: '. FLORIDA Itpd 2/22: REDUCED FOR QUICK SAlEi I I, N. Tempi Av*., Stark. quires $1200: to $1500 lor HAY FOR SALE Round AlVAREZ GUITAR electric-
7M2-3HIMI and acoustic 4 months old Fantastic Charles Thomas Astoclat' 4732964MOBILI
: overhead operating bales $15 each. Arthur Got-
Thursday and Friday only., Phone 964)7357.) 28 4fpd 3.,
1974 DODGE CORONET Ford LTD Station Wagon capital. Writ. Soul Building kin, phone" 7823140.: 1.11 condition Phone
80 ACRES GOOD 'farm Inc Rt 5, Box 298.Gaitonlo. 964-8837 after 3 2/22:
land CUSTOM 9 passenger station Country Squlr. 1975, 35,000|I PALMS APARTMENTS till- Systems TFchg.UMEROCKi. p.m. ,
fenced. 3 BR 2 Bath N.C, :28052: call 3tpd 3.9
wafcon. AM radio "'T. mil.s, AC. PS PB. Powrseat clenclet, furnished. Weekly" or
secluded from. home. 'large barn, AC. PS. !PB. luggage rack and windows, AM FM I or monthly. 2313 N. Temple, 704.861.2306.215: : 2tpd :2-22: Allen Taylor HOMI REGISTER 1
$150,000. 1977 ((318 c.l.d.) and Stark, Phone 782-3172 DRY CHICKEN FERTILIZER for
engine radio. In good condition. TFchg .. Lawtey.
OLDER 2-STORY HOME In transmission. Brakes just $3.300. Phone 964-8878 or weekdays after 6 p.m. or gardens Will load, Phone GAS AND OIL

Lawtey. 5 BR, I bath rebuilt Including new 9646701. Itpd 2/22: : TWO APARTMENTS Two 1 J l( : anytime weekends.9 tf- 964-6767. Merrill Grlffls, too AMP* .
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$31,950 termt. matter cylinder, excellent bedrooms unfurnished In ,, chg. Loop. Itchg 2 22 "
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3BR. 2 BATH. CH-A, frame tires Inspected In January. FORD PICKUP' 1972: excellent Stark. Inquire To-Reno "" ",,' ARGENTINA BAHIA' HAY) $1 1P&4-UU

home and 2 BR rental' $1,325 Phone 964.5521 offer running condition Motel 1848 N. Temple SIGN PAINTING .Fo.t. one- BAHIA HAY Argentina, per bole at barn 1.M, Edwards 300 AM* t

hous, on 10 acres, f.nc.d 6 p.m. Itpd 2/22 $850. Also, camper top .*. Star..... TFchgKITCHENETTES day service' Sea Rudy Ot highly fertillj.d. Phone Bon 628. Stork' LPQss

and cross-f.nc.d, outbuildings tra high. full ill*. $125: Waldo Flpa Market Friday 964-6071 dchg.WATSON'S Phone 9645379. 2.8 2tpd FMlOUOSU
pecan and fruit 1970 CHEVY PICK-UP TRUCK Phone 964-6287: TFchg and tleepmqroomt Sat Sun Monday IF chg. 2-15. l1.
3/4 ton. 4WD while spoke, TV. AC mOld ',., HOUSE OF

NEAT trees COTTACEadiac.nl S55.60O terms toGeorges rims. Phone 964-3253. 1003 Ads Get vice, weekly and monthly NURSERY STOCK I largo fruit VACUUMS Many brands ol FIREWOOD FOR SALE Cut WtlSluI. WI"..8FF

Southgate PriyetStork. Restaurant and lounge trees Poach poor nectarine new vacuums. Used from turpentine facet
Lok. with lake it 'Results.; available.. Phone 9645617. 28 3tpd TINu /. .
2,2 UnderwoodMot.l. machines available Parts:
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fenced lot-$13,400. Stark on US 301. TFchg t.q guara Araloot and **7ouum systems404; : N.W: FILL DI'IIT. 'top toil foundation -.ttttfWi I

Janet M. orti.ll.oi $1 ''90 18 24 10th Ave., Gainesville; .
4 ACRES UP beautiful' up and yardt. Jimmy Martin m
oaks, city waterpavedsidewalksS3,000 Evergreens hodgo plant 9645230. 11.30 TF-chg.
acre STARLINGeg. one BR oparlm.nl. Carpet, shade and flowering treesPotted U3 REALTY
per panel all bile bathroom, plants and hanging 1

terms security doors and lights, basket, Special priced, \'t. flioB. ln.7Tlll Ralph Hinn !
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private pav.d parking' Ideal Save at Cornell 23 .pl.
10 ACRES fronting SR230: 4both Real Estate Broker Nursery Next To Power
for couplet' and singles or miles SE of Stark. on Hwy Real Emote
sides Wilson Road Plant On Madisonn Country living
Hlway 301 North Lawtey Fla. retired No childrenor
person 100 at Florahome; Phone \
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pulpwood. well 8 septic- A0101 If you are retired and Interested In low '. ," ..' .-'.. Newt Biblesf:: Publithoc Good by -'TONE U P SPECIAL Several large 'farm. In adjoining Olllro lkrvh %q.s'sr.rd.t \\1..4..s .. s
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paved road good Investment A0103 1.15 Acres with a well on county maintained graded \ '1.
$130,000.: rood NO DOWN PAYMENT. for any debt'made by anyone save. Installation available. '14" PLUGSPOINTS Trailer 12: x 65' on corner ,
other than myself Free estimates HondyMon lot 100 x 12aKvr IF Illl 'Mr MICH-.
Harry Shepherd, Jr. Fence Co., 96/-8559. TFchg & CO NO. .'IIKI..:Y IT I'
36.35 ACRES 1340' on AOII3 10 Acres In Country Bordered by a creek, EXCELLENT 2tpd 2/22-3/1.. 6 Cyl. '24" : >ln |.: Pl.... nil ThI.! .1.\ .. hi set '., ,...
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commercial farms, ocr.ag. 2 bath. living room with' fireplace. dining room family ,s 321 W. Call St. lilt To Western AutoAsASpeCialT .,,
and Industrial. room with fireplace, den, 2 car garage, CH/A, corner lot ? : : \
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equipment.SERVICE In country 4 bedroom 1 both from home, large living l east m.r. laud. as
room dining room area on 10 acre oak and pecan P d.ltlo.eI 1 .111 sdl.r.hra

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.as TELEGRAPHby Feb.aL|"7. lIlI.. .Ill. HUH' I OJ ,. .... TlUI
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before ". n t rakes for her classmates. Birthday cole stew, cinnamon roll, pear half,
Phone 4l>/h,i'JlSenler "> Jenny JonM celebrated her 14th Gina Raimc ) celebrated her 8th milk.
birthday on Feb. 13. .,. ''i.!, birthday with her classmates at their TUESDAY,'Feb.1p19 s Weed turkeywgravy
Citliens The Hampton Volui Fire ana Mrs, JaneUe Reese, Dental Valentine Party on Friday. *-, green
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club VisitorsMr. Department needs volun and ameeting Hygienist, from Starke. Mrs Reese Miss Claudette Peterson's studentsin peas, applesauce, roll, milk.
enjoyed a well attended meeting and Mrs. William Schaub for Mond interest* III required rand good the fifth grade wished her a Happy WEDNESDAY Feb. 28: Hamburger
February 9. During the festivities visited her sister, Mrs. Josephine will be held ay nlght/Flfc. 28, at flossing Birthday many times on February 161! on bun, lettuce, tomato,
Mrs Josephine Fontaine was named Fontaine Friday. Their daughter, 7:30: p.m. in the city ball care. Mark McKinney, Todd Parker, David) Cooper celebrated tits 13th pickle, french fries, peaches,
Clerk Iris Hart and Karen Waldron were volunteer chocolate cake milk.
Valentine Queen. The Valentine King!!! Florence Schaub, of Beilmore, L.I., City urges an persons birthday February 19.
award went to A.C. (Buck) I 1)'l1nIIOIi> New York along with them. wishing to join the department. to THURSDAY Mar. I: Turkey
The next meeting of this group will be Mrs. Viola, Lefebvre traveled to please attendHAMPTON helpers In checking good brushing by w-noodles, carrot-raisin salad, green
held on Friday, February 23,at 2 p.m. Tampa on Thursday with her sister I chewing the "red tablet" test The LUNCH MENU beans, fruit cup, biscuit, milk.
in the City Hall. and brother-in-law, Mr.and Mrs. Otis ELEMENTARY class is continuing their study of important Feb.2ft28Mar.l2MONDAY FRIDAY Mar. Zi Fish squares,
of teeth the rest of the turnip grits corn bread,
Leech, of Owensboro Kentucky. SCHOOL NEWS ., \ care greens, pear
4-11. Club Newt While there they visited her daughterand week Feb. 21: Chili w-beans. half, milk.become .
The Hampton ...n Club held their family Mr. and Mrs. Eddie FlU New Student
February 13 meeting at the home of patrick. Attending the Gasparilla Lynn Plemmens was welcomed asa
Mrs. Royce Joyner with a good atten Parade was one of the highlights of Kindergartner at the achool on Mon- I
dance. Among new members attending their stay in Tampa. They returned day. .11' 'll.ll.11 1 LD BH5 BLURBS..1 II 1111111..1111
were Karen Helle. Debbie God home on Tuesday.Mr. r
win and Linda Godwin. and Mrs. William Muse and Valentine Tea 1.\ by Patrick Crawford a priority in our school
Officers elected at this time were son, Shaun spent the past week Mrs. Carole Stevenson's seventh BUS AuditoriumIn priorities Included extensive light system. It is important but our
Doll Waters, president, Jimmy visiting relatives and friends in grade class hosted a formal Valentine Need of Repair replacements, turntable tape capital outlay Is just too small to takeon
Joyner vice-president, Lynn Waters, Miami and Tampa. Tea last Friday In their classroom. The auditorium at Bradford High recorder-amplifier system, a project of this sort right now, As
secretary, and Debbie Roberts was Among visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Many of the students wore suits and School is one of the largest civic accoustical work, black velour short you know we have just completed the
elected Club Reporter.Demonstrations Paul Meng and family over the ties or formal dresses. buildings in Bradford County, havinga plush curtains, expansion of bath new high school cafeteria and are now
given Included weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Kenny They served decorated cake, capacity of )approximately 900 room facilities, and new auditoriumseats working on new heating and air conditioning
baking mayonnaise biscuits! Decorations McClure and son, Kasey, of High Spr cookies, nuts and mints with ,lime people. It also may have the largest with test taking arms. Mrs. systems for Starke and South-
carried a valentine theme. ings, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meng of sherbet punch, from a table covered need for repair. Fuller went on to state that with the side elementary schools. When it
Refreshments' consisted of a decorated Crystal River, Mr. and Mrs. Don with a sheer red cloth. The Bradford High School seats with test taking arms and comes up as a priority, the board will
cake, candles and punch. The Bowman of Zephyrhills. Beverly Among guests attending their tea auditorium stands along with 'A' proper lighting the auditorium could certainly act on it," explained Supt.
biscuits were also enjoyed at this Meng and David Wanner of Orlando.Mr. was a former schoolmate, Lori Stone, building and the gym, as the last of be used as a test-taking facility. Tom Casey.
time. and Mrs. Martin Meng and Mr. who enjoyed seeing many of her the original structures of Bradford On October 17, 1977, Craig Salley&
and Mrs. Don Bowman attended the friends again. High. Construction on the auditoriumwas Associates Inc.. the architecturalfirm I II Jl e I
Birthday Battle of Olustee activities last week. All other classes at the school held begun in 1958 and completed in for the School Board, submitted .
Diane Waldron celebrated her 13th individual valentine parties. They en 1959, the twenty-year bond Issue being tentative recommendations for the
birthday Feb. 8. Congratulation. joyed exchanging cards and eating paid up at the end of 1978. Maintenance renovations that were needed on the WEEKENDSYMPOSIVM
Happy Birthday to Kim Hodge Melissa Williams was pleasantly the delicious refreshments. and repair on the twenty- auditorium and their costs to the
February 11. surprised recently when the mail year-old building has been almost school board. The list included: Five students at Bradford High
Gina Raimondo celebrated her 8th brought her two decorated thermal Dental Hygiene non-existent for the past five years, Heating and Air were invited to attend the U.S. Army
birthday on Feb. 13 at her second mugs. These were sent her as an Mrs. Arleen Rich's third grade according to BUS principal Jim Conditioning System . . .$108,000 Junior Science and Humanities
grade valentine Party. Her mother award for her entry in the Jolly Green class recently welcomed the visit of Duncan.In Electrical I Switches .5,000 Symposium Program held at the
sent along some lovely decorated Giant Slogan Contest. Mrs. Patsy Silcox, Dental Assistant, April of 1974, Mrs. Julie Fuller, Renovations forhandicapped : University of Florida last weekend.
Chub Johnson Beth Patray, Betsy
then Drama teacher at BHS,
'. ,),'' submitted recommendations for the Renovations for Yawn Dirk Schmidt, and JaniceJockei
Improvement of the auditorium to the Restrooms . . . . :20,000 left BUS Thursday Jan. 25,
n I J. 1..tlL .11....*- BMSNews- I r I 1 r I... J 1._ late Mr. Jim Temple who was school Accoustical Renovation . 10,000 along with Ms.Sandra Smith and Mrs.
PTO Meeting March 8, 7:30: p.m. Solar System in preparation for a unit superintendent at that time. Mrs. SoundS'stem. .4,000 Jerry McGriff to attend the
4th Six Weeks ends March 5. on Space Science. Fuller proposed that the building be Stage FloorRenovation symposium. The symposium offered
Report cards home March 12. the test will be given an opportunity to Mrs. Brown's classes have recently: used by both clubs and civic organizations . . . . . 1,500 "mini-labs" in many different fieldsof
study before taking the test again this completed a lab project on rock and in the community. Mrs. Fuller Interior Painting. . . . .3,500New science. Some of the subjects
The following students from Mrs. May.A mineral identification.Some received help in preparing the list Handrails------------------1,000 offered were computer sciences,

Lorraine Smith's resource room select group of the Roadrunnersis of Mrs. Clark's students are from Miss Christine Phillipsen who TOTAL . . . . . .$154,200 medical sciences, physical and
received award certificates from diligently preparing for the annual studying molecules while others are in technical theater at the With a few other additions, the final engineering sciences, biology and
"You and Your World" magazine.The Florida Relays Marathon at the reading about the Solar System. Diversity of Florida, and Dr. AI total was $181,000. No action has yet food sciences. The group attended
students competed in a creative University of Florida on Saturday, Mrs. Dyal's classes are beginning a Welberg, technical director and beentaken, primarily because of other lectures and banquets while in I
writing contest by writing their own Mar. 3 under the direction of BMS study of light and color and will learn theater professor, also at the construction. Gainesville. They returned Saturday, '
ending to a published story. Winnersare coach George Loper. The group includes what causes us to see colors. University. Their list of renovation "The auditorium: has not vet Jan. 27.
: John lee, Bryan Padgett( Kevin Buddy Paterson, George
Sampson and Wayne Wall. The Bowen, Johnny Badillo, Rochard
following students received honorable Badillo, Edward Crews, Richard 631st Maintenance Co. Now Eligible For BonusFlorida I
mention: Leartis Jefferson, Billy Warren Allen Davis, Linda Dewitt,
Rehberg, Dawn Simmons and Damon and Barbie Newport.The -
Whitaker.The BMS Square Dance Club is DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY Army National Guard units. readiness the Army's'wartime mis
Bradford Middle, .School. Advanced meeting weekly on Tuesday from 2:30n : AFFAIRS, St. Augustine Fla. Maj. lion of each of the second and third I
jp Mi "'\TO: ( sion.There The balance of $350 Is payableat
Band jym. Supprvi'iPrtiij d-n f K medy C. Bullard has The program is designed to are two enlistment incentivesand years.
pare for their upuiimiigKIIIOSI, : m 'jt-rry Lci and Dina and Jerry increase the strength of those guard one reelistment incentive. The the end of the fourth year.
Gainesville. Many members this year Petrella, about 40 students are learn announced that the 631st MaintenanceCo. and reserve units critical to the enlistment bonus consists of a $1,500 The educational assistance pro
are competing in the Florida Band- ing many new routines. in Starke, is eligible for reserve Army's wartime mission. The 631st award. Seven-hundred fifty dollars la pays a portions of the educational
masters Association Solo and Ensem- Both boy's and girl's intramural force bonus system. This bonus Maintenance Co. is one of the few payable upon satisfactory completionof expenses Incurred by a 1
ble Contest to be held March 3 at the basketball teams are getting ready units in the state that are eligible due initial active duty to include member for courses at an accredited
University of Florida. The full band Is for their annual championship Red- system is an offering of outright cashor to the availability of appropriated earning a primary ,miliary institution. The limits are $500 per
preparing for the Fns!: Hand ",,!>nt:. Gold game in the near future. money to go to school for enlistment funds by Congress and certain tional speciality. Two hundred occupa-dollarsis year or 50 percent of a members 4<
Concert Contest to be held March 31. Bradford Middle School library or reenlistment in certain criteria concerning the critical after expenses, whichever is less, and a
payable satisfactory
The contest is fact: of charge at the assistants for second semester are: com pie- total of $2,000 for the term of enlistment
University of Florida.On Lori Allen, Henry Browder, Kathy 51 11111 .11..111'.... obligation. This assistance may ,I
Wednesday, Feb. 21, related; Gillingham, John Brown Melissa be provided until a member earns a fl
arts classes In Orientation to Business Burnsed Kathi Hengl, Sylvia Holis, 'StarkeElementary baccalurate degree or the equivalent. !J
Education will have an opportunity to Richie Fender, Michelle Harrell, Bon- IlD The reenlistment extension bonus Is'I' I
hear guest speaker, !Mr Robert nie Arnold, Annie Loner, Larry News $1,800 for six years or $900 for three
Green, of the J Florida State Employ. O'Neal, Kathy Diggs, Gary Perry, I years. One-half of the bonus will be
ment Service. Sharon Tyler. Dates to Remember ". paid upon the eClectlve"date of the re-
Feb. 20 & 28 Mrs. Georgia McFad- Students in the Science Department The Southside Spelling Bee will be enlistment-extension with the
den of the Bradford Union Guidance of Bradford Middle School are involved held in March, date to be announced remainder paid in Increments of $ISO
Clinic' will address business classes. in a variety of activities: later. This will involve fifth grade at the satisfactory competion of each.
Teacher Is Mrs. Audrey Myers. Mrs. Loper is teaching a unit on students only and is in preparation for year of the term. .
Reading and Language Arts and Electricity. All of her students have the County Spelling Bee to be held on : Soldiers with less than six years of
Math teachers at Bradford Middle assembled a simple circuit with a April 5.Parents. t : service at end of the enlistment must J
School have distributed results of the switch. Other demonstrations have will want to keep in mind ; reenlist-extend for six years to obtaina .
1978-79 Florida Statewide AssessmentTest included series and parallel circuits, the week of March 5-9 as the time the bonus. Soldiers with at least six but -
to 8th graders. There was a signi- both with objects that use energy and Comprehensive Tests of Basic Skills not more than eight years of serviceat
ficant increase this year in the per- with dry will be given at Southside for all $1 the end of enlistment may reenlist-
centage of students passing the test. Mr. Abdulla's second period class is students Kindergarten through fifth extend for either three years or six .
Test results have also given also working on a unit on Electricity grades. It is most important that all years. Soldiers with more than eight' l
teachers information as to the skills and they have done some of the same students attend every day to complete but not more than nine years of
that need more instructional time. activities as Mrs. Loper's class. The these tests. service at end of enlistment must
Those students who have not passed remaining classes are studying the March 28, 29 and 30 are teacher ''n e f reenlist-extend for at least three or I
planning days and therefore studentsdo ,A more years but will only receive a
.. II.. not attend classes on these dates. i $ bonus of $900 even if the length of re-
Miss Myrna Lou Rahn, principal, enlistment-extension exceeds three.
and all teachers and students at + years.
HIT THE Southside wish to extend thanks to the ? These incentives,, are designed to
many parents who provided n? + attract more people to join and to stay.
refreshments and assisted with the in the National Guard. -
JOCK PT..ae. valentine parties. Thanks are also t
given to Mrs. Carolyn Taylor'sMrs.Maria .II..IITUllTrllll. '

(L ,II the lovely Kopelouses'valentine mobiles first graders they provided for J Jf SENIORCITIZENS "'

By Using Our Want Ads..... for decorating the library. (
Mrs. Lynn Ward, the SLD teacher, f \
Is currently studying foods in relationto
SELL IT FAST. health. They will be planning a
school lunch menu to be served at .
Southside in the near future. Students The first meeting of the Advisory.Council .
For '2" You Get Distribution \ look forward to this day as the lunch to the Dept., of Health and
features their favorite foods, at the 1 e Rehabilitative Service on Dispensing
Of 9.000 Papers In The \ same time showing them how to plana Hearing Aids met February 15 at 10
/; balanced meal. Watch this column a.m. at H.R.S. offices 1323 Winewood
BRADFORD TELEGRAPH for the date and menu. Blvd., Tallahassee Fla. Mr. Joseph.D.
/ News from Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's Dowless Jr. presided.
UNION COUNTY TIMES fifth grade: Good spellers are: Mike
-- Chappell, Laura- Garcia, Michelle Appointments
And The LAKE REGION Hall, Monica Maslowski, Paula
McKinney, and Richard O'Steen. On a Six persons appointed to serve on
MONITOR. review test of Chapters 1-5 In Science, Citidel Candidates Sized Up this Advisory Council were:
John Cox and Lynn Holtzendorf made Mrs. Dolores M. Devlin, HearingAid
perfect scores. Other students make William'J. Chastain of Lawtey (left) and Michael \V. Dahnke of Starke. Dispenser, Sarasota, Fl., RobertJ.
/' ing an A are: Erika Gruen, Michelle prospective candidates for Citadel Military College of Charleston, South Harrison, Ph. D. Audiologlst
Hall, Jay Hayes, Theresa McCollum Carolina, get "sized up" b>' Cadet S. Sgt. Jeffrey Bosnian during their recent Miami, Fl., Theodore W Hahn, Jr..,.
Richard O'Steen,Jeff Sherman, andJimmy weekend visit to the school. M.D. Otolaryngologist Pompano
Do You Hero Any Of Thtso horns Wilson. The Extra Effort Express !Many prospective cadets vi.is}the Citadel during their Junior or senior 3 ear of Bch., Fla., Shelton D. Howerton, Sr.,
this week features: Lynn high school. They spend weekend In the barracks with cadet hosts who H.A. Dispenser Brandon Fla..4
That You Don't 'N..d..... .,.. Holtzendorf, Tom Watson, Larua accompany them to all tents and explain life at the military coUege. Joseph Kerrigan, Consumer
Garcia, Jay Hayes, Paula McKinney Keystone Hgts., Fla., David R.
Monica Maslowski, Jeff Sherman and Vreeland, H.A. Dispenser, Largo,
Michelle Hall.Southside .
Tractors Household Appliances is fortunate to have Mrs, Florida Bank Holds Stockholders MeetingThe Fla.

Claudia Peebles,. teacher to the Elections
Trucks Boats Motors Fishing Tackle visually handicapped.working at our Florida Bank at Starke held its to replace S.L. Peek, Jr.. who chose i
Horses school each day from 10:30: to 1230.: annual stockholders meeting not to continue on the board for the Doctor Theodore W. Hahn, Chairman .
Motor. Mrs. Peebles is well qualified in her February 15. In his annual report to 1979 year. Mr. Tomlinson noted that of,Council, Dolores M. Devlin,.
HaySeeds : Cycles field, having taught for two years in stockholders J.E. Tomlmson Bank Mr. Peek had served the bank for the .Vice-chairman, Robert J. Harrison/-/
.. + Cars '' the elementary department of the President, stated that the bank had a past 42 years. Tom Slade, on behalf of Secretary, All members were duly
d Florida School for the Deaf and Blind very good year for 1978, and that the the board,. commended Mr. Peek for sworn in to serve for one. two, or
\ Chainsaws in St. Augustine. Southside shares her Bank at Starke continues to enjoy a the years of dedicated service he three years respectively. ,
I it services with Starke Elementary reputation in the Florida National rendered to the bank. Other board
( Plow. ,, + Campers where she also works with visually Banks of Florida, Inc., as one of the members selected for 1979 are J.E. Guidelines ..
handicapped students and ,with most efficient banks In terms of the Tomlinson Tom Slade, Warren High priority items on the agenda
i Discs -. ; p Tires WheelsCB's Lawtey where she works with sixth number of personnel needed to get the Winkler, Steve Denmark,.Jack Hazen recommended guidelines for continuation -
I ." and seventh graders in a Compensatory Tomlinson told the. stockholders and John M Miller. of Education Courses to com
f Fence Posts Education program stressing that the outlook for 1979 with ,
ply 468-134 Florid
Radios .f Chapter ,
A _. .. :.;1 mathematics. should be .smaller, but steady, ************ Statutes, and Establishment ot,
Farm Land Tape Decks LUNCH MENU growth for Bradford County. The Airman Robert:M liner. Jr. Academic. Courses in compliance-,
I February 26-March 2 diversified economy Bradford County with Cha 468-I24(1)( F.S. Courser:
Home Mobile Homes MONDAY Feb. 28-Hot dog on bun, enjoys with the varied type of Completes Basic Training for Jninees'hl1'fa1lec1=exam4flati French fries, cabbage slaw, pears, ,businesses, and the government jobsin Selected for training at Keesler second 'tIme to comply withr
.'..' FIND A MARKET IM THE WANT ADS..... milk. Bradford County will make Brad AFB Miss., In the personneKrold Chapter 468-128(6)' F.S. to conform
.... .. TUESDAY Feb. 27-Dried beans ford County much better off U>aa after completing basic training aj .;;:Jihd enforce Food, Drug, Adm. Rules
Call w-rice. turkey sandwich, tossed many other areas of the state. There Lackland AFB Tex., is Airmail \ .. and Regulations. ,
salad chocolate cake,4n I Ik. Is strong evidence to indicate that Robert L. Milner Jr., son of Mr. and ,
;j '1.i. JUDY SYLVIA '1'a.LINDA WEDNESDAY Feb. 28-Sausage, but. many people are moving into this Mrs. Robert L. Milner. of .1103. E. Call Tabled
t J ,tered grits, green beans, apple sauce, area from the Jacksonville Gainesville St.. Starke, Fla. Motion postpone further business
'j' ,964-6305 496-2261 '473.2210 biscuit milk.THURSDAY.. areas. This will have a very good During the six weeks at Lackland pending on receipt of Information-
., i (7BRADFORD; Mar 1-Lasagna. effect. on business in Bradford Count the airman studied the Air Force from the Hearing Institute Industry.
UNION LAKE garden salad apple sauce cake, rolls mission, organization and customs and Hearing Aid Manufacturers.
COUNTY REGION milk. The Board of Directors meeting and received special {Instruction in Next meeting of H.A. Advisory;
: COUNTY FRIDAY, Mar. 2-Hamburger on bun, was held immediately following the human relations. Council was scheduled for April 6 in
...* 'TELEGMPH'TIMES MONITOR lettuce, tomato, buttered corn, annual stockholders meeting. Olin! Airman Milner & a 1978 graduate of Tampa, Fla. .

.1 ;.' .peaches. milk. White. Jr., was selected to the board Bradford., 'High School... '.,)I'. '< ,. Joe KerriganPal. -
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Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Work In the Reno area using a other, recreation
$300.000 HUD grant awarded to eventual construction of ''I I

tt'O'1 t Fact or Fiction? Above, .Stark In 1978 Is moving along for low to middle-income i!
IF children at the Bradford County smoothly despite some slowdowns In a related matter,
Library were believersafter: a talk by o"1 T!,+caused by rainy weather, it was Warren read a letter >,
flying saucer expert C. W.-!:. consulting engineer
fv Stackhouse. y i Commis- Hammack & Ruckman t
a. the recently-announced :
;, $. e'' ;t Linda Day, coordinator of the project $1.3 million apartment !
i' that will improve streets, sewer, '
iril 1I the Reno for
i :1 area
: ''.?;!and drainage, as well as rehabilitate families
l was
; :.recreation facilities and individual very I
I ,,( should be pushed for by !
in the Reno Issued
Chousing area a The letter
said the -
,fi progress report to the council that proposed for the Commission'I
Left Staekhouse points out a UFO ,' :H stated 7 per cent of the work has been Road 16 and Old Lawtey /
sighted and filmed In the late sixties. ;7i! completed. not conflict in
any way
City engineer Don Ruckman said in
projects use or
i(the correct utilization of federal tion.
.... "; money' and the smooth handling of all According to the letter
-aspects of the current HUD Comimi'iity Assistance Plan. under
;;? Development Block Grant
ed a need for 280 renter
program would insure the city a bet"let Starke. The
new complex
",, chance of receiving federal grants I
Below, the most astounding ,.1 In the future. other rental complexes
photograph known by Stackhoute a i Coordinator Day said the installa- struction or proposed In

I_, UFO Ith pasxenger bilde It In South loon of sewer lines is moving ter projects said. will satisfy the

Africa. somewhat slower than expected: due In other business the
to the bad weather but the completion
date of July 20. 1979 is still firm. 1
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la Day said periodic inspections by HUD .
officials of construction progress and
,quality have shown that everything is Legislative Hearing
in order. An inspection audit of the ,
project's financial records Is scheduled ,
at the end of March. .
Construction began January 21, and .: .
six per cent of the allotted construc- Monday, 4p.m. .

tion time limit has elapsed. ,, with .
SpE seven per cent of the work completedat I
e '} this time. John C. Hipp Construction -

the Equipment street work.Co. of Alachua Is doing For Local ResidentsBradford If

+ ,,, r {180,968 of the $300,000 total is ear
marked for street, drainage. and County's pre-session, series of proposals to be submitted for I, I
sewer improvements and to this date, legislative hearing is set Monday, possible legislative action. !
$19,031: has been spent Of the $14.726 Feb, 26, at 4 p.m. In the county commission County clerk Gib Brown says, (t I ICHee I
,' set aside administrative costs, meeting room in the cour ,
.., $5,274 has been spent. ". Page till
.. thouse'
',. .. -.l' ;,-'"* ', ,. \, :,,, ,:ta,:' "" ... .r )*Vrh-remainder.Df the'grant monefL the: ,&,..<.,Member- the '*tat.. legislativedelegation -.!_' "" W:,. "' j .W+ M&ftSffi1ATURDAY. .1
!,4// *designated: 'for" re-roofing of representing Bradford
> u RJE gym, at a cost of $20,000, In- House and Senate
in the state
:,* UFOs Factor Fiction ? County
I' (; : stallation of a basketball court at the will be on hand to answser questions :'J'1.tU Tawn ttrrkt 1
Jenkins Recreation Center, coating hear requests from citizens and localoCficla18

Flying; saucer expert sneaks on things that.so.... zoom in the night $30,000, housing and rehabilitation costing. :30000.of Dav individual needed, about and to legislation explain to they the think public is ) I Ii It

By ('''1 1IIIIIII": 1966, the United Nations declared UFOs the largest'pro- said proposals from specified, about legislation they intend to in-
lie T!Stuff WriterA blem facing the international assembly next to the Viet- federally-approved contractors on troduce in the upcoming state
work on the two recreation projects legislatgive session. The Bradford
long time ago In a galaxy far, far away, an in- nam Most war.arguments against the existence of UFOs revolve will be accepted Feb. 22 (RJE) and delegation consists of Rep. Frank i
tergalactio traveler broke through the barriers of Feb. 26 (Jenkins), and contract Williams. D-Crystal Lake. who
around the presumption that the objects sighted are mere-
thousands of universes and zoomed in to closer look recommendations would be made to
get a District 25 in the Florida
ly Russian or U. S. air force experiments. In fact many represents
at Bradford the council the March 6
County city at House of Senator
sightings have been discovered to be just that. Stackhouse
A science fiction movie based in Bradford t
new County meeting. Buddy D-Ocala who
out significant characteristics of UFOs, MacKay
pointed many
No the scene described above may very well have actually however that undeniably distinguish them from any man- Engineer Ruckman read a progress represents District 6 In the Florida I
happened, although it. was not such a long time ago made objects. report on the city's 201 sewers projectto Senate, and Senator Pete Skinner, "
1969. to be exact. First and foremost Is the flying patterns of the the council saying the Environmental D-Lake City, who represents DistrictS !
Flying saucer expert C. W Stackhouse who spoke Friday Protection Agency-
In the state Senate.
legitimate UFOs. uc e r scan can perform
Feb. 16. at Bradford County Library says a UFO 50 manuevers that no manmadpanesa do at our stage of backed project was inspected recently "This year Is probably the quietestI've I
feet in circumference sighted State Road 16 in Brad- by EPA officials who 'went "
on ,
away ever heard it, says Rep. Frank
development, Stackhouse pointed out. ,.... :14
ford County was one of only two UFOs that have ever beense happy according to Ruckman. The Williams. The local representativesays .
.t In the north Florida region. theories have EPA ourtha of the even he has not been approached by
According to Stackhouse contemporary .
assistent director of Intercontinental tual $2.3 million while the n.V.I. FIt Dopt. (.
Stackhouse been for the advanced means of locomotion, but cost anyone wanting lor*I legislation pass
developed FISH FRY
Galactic Spacecraft UFO Research and Analytic Net- still city picks up the tab for the remaining ed. Williams crediU that to the state
the mechanics of putting that theory into practice are able ..... ,'
work, gave a history of the world-wide UFO phenomenaand in the future. 25 per cent. The project will revampthe law which gives each county and Th.,... C.M.r .
showed slides and photos that could even the city's sewer system over a long Community
sway UFOs are capable of stopping and starting quickly as municipality home rule, making it un-
most die-hard skeptic: Stackhouse, a native of Bethlehem well turning at right angles at high speeds, resulting in term. necessary for localities to need local
Pa., was visiting his brother-in-law Charles McCulloughof a number of flying patterns unachievable by man-made Ruckman stressed that the efficient legislation passed by the state
Bradford of monies inuse
County. machines. UFOs have been sighted In a falling leaf pattern handling grant currently legislature.
The UFO l Issue is not to be taken much of the to
lightly, as zig-zag, and hover. was especially advantageous Williams points out that
tends to do, Stackhouse Evidence. the city at this time, since the HUD legislators MUinpHAUCVAN
mass public says. Colors of UFOs ,according to Stackhouse, but most deadline has been set for Mood
vary For Prostwro
several surprising facts that surfaced in Stackhouse's-45 the grant currently In use is merely the to file bills and that an even earlier .
.are notable for their extreme brightness. Shapes of first ..... Dloboto T....
minute lecture: phase of an eventual three-year date of March 3 has been set to submit
UFOs vary from teardrop sphere, and dome-shaped to Brorff,.. Squat
for funds to
1) Based on a detailed account of UFOs submitted to the triangular all shapes unique to flying saucers. be project, and applications bills for drafting time for the April 19-4 p.m.
United Nations by the Network, a private organizationbased Why are they here? It seems most are on recon- are used under In consideration the remaining two HUD years at 3 filing deadline.in Committees, (. (See Article)
in New York, one out of every 10 stars (the sun is a naissance missions; contact and hover reports are rare, this by however, can submit bills for Introduction -
star) is capable of supporting some form of life within the says Stackhouse., Those that have landed have left Iron- time.Upon the recommendation of city at any time. during the session LEGISLATIVE NEARING
universe it sustains. clad evidence of their touch down In the form of matted 4p.m.SoMtort .
spiraling out in a large circle.One engineers. Starke commissioners applied Williams Is serving this his fourth I
-2) In 1969,Jimmy Carter sighted a UFO with members of grass of the most extraordinary sightings occurred in October for the current HUD grant for term on the House committees oncriminal r
the Leary .,Ga. Lions Club, and decided to give UFO 1973. when a huge straight-line lormatlon.'charecterlst only one specific target area the nor- justice, finance and law, *Roproontotlo.WllllofiM fAocKoy., Sklmiorno
research his full support. theast area, thereby Increasing the business regulation and licensing. "
c of UFOs, headed down the east coast on a. 1.'iy "
3) Several UFO sightings have been reported In or near 10-day reconnaissance mission. Witnesses numbered in chances for acceptance. The remainder Williams says he does expect the n

the Bermuda Triangle, that mysterious Carribbean area the hundreds Including Pennsylvania state policemen.Are of the 3-year consideration grant project would Senior Citizens organization to be BRADFORD. HOSPITAL .
that has produced the unexplained dissappearance of hun- we correct if we egostistically assume we are the currently under represented at the legislative hearing BOARD MUTING i
involve number
dreds of ships and airplanes. only ones alive among thousands of galaxies? a of'improvements rehabilitation after the recent SilverHalredLegislature 7p.m. J
When the Network submitted its report to the UN in UFOs: Fact or fiction? Only time will tell. city-wide, including met and came up with a t .4'"I. ,\ ..., ,
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Mooting. -cal Hell

I Proposed Sites for Bulk Gas Plant Rejected by City ZoningBoardOne 7(30( ;I'i p.m.';' 1,.'*' .". .'

Both sites proposed for rezoning as U.S. 301. North lying betwen Sapp Transport said the present bulk Martin Duffy owner, of the Brad- of the owners,James T. Moore, TUEfDA .Fofc. 7.'I\
possible locations for the. present Street on the south and the Bradford plant scene of the December 19 fire, ford Motel and Bradford Park, containing said he had relied on advice from city ANNUAL SHROVI TUISDAY'FANCAKSSWFER I
Slade Transport LP gas bulk sttion Motel and Mobile Home Park on the was "still functional," and the pro-- some 22 mobile homes and hall in preparing the legal descrip- t

by unanimous votes of north. Excluded from the rezoning posed move was being considered by travel trailers, said relocation of the tion.Joe ....-.4 Wy.... Youth .'
the Stare Planning and Zoning Commission would be approximately 292 feet fronting the owner "at the request of some, gas plant near his property "would W. Williams another member (..Morfc'i Iptacopol Church '
Thursday night, Feb. 15. on 351,which is already zoned B-3 citizens." Wolbert said his clients had put me out of business, and my life of the zoning board, said "If we have AEh..p.mtk.a '
Strong objections to rezoning the (business). The zoning requested for looked at 45 or 50 possible locations in gavin"s,', invested here, would be an Industrial park that's under water, y.u c.a nit. 4. ? r
parcels, one on South 301 ana the the gas plant was 1-2 (general industrial the city,including so-called industrial we have an obligation to obtain with_...ami 4rMtOONATIONiAArfMM :
other on North 301, were voiced by a ). property owned by the city in the nor L.P.Wright,Jrt: who leases lot Ifl In another area that could be zoned properly ,
standing-room-only crowd filling the The South 301 site consisted of a theast section. which he said was Bradford Park, showed several I for Slade and other Industrialusers. .... CMU ..$. (1.oiidiMMlor) ', ,
City Hall council chambers The rezoning -' portion of Lots 9. 10, 11 and 12 of J.G. 'several feet under water at the time photographs illustrating the nearness .'0 Tkk.N..the .- /aaI "
petitions will now go the City Alvarez Addition to Starke, lying bet- Inspected. He said that most of the of the proposed plant to the mobile "
Council,,which may uphold the zoning ween Hardee's on the south. E.D. property in the southwest section of homes and campers, which be said Zoning Chairman A.L Crosby Jr., ) '.1'j. .
board's recommendations, or-as the Tenly property on the west and the city, once designated for an In- would be within 200 feet in some instances In stating his position the ,.,DAy';' M.rcU ..' >,>.
final authority on zoning matters- residences facing Lafayette Street OR dustrial park site, had been used for ; rezoning request said opposing 1- "' ,
may approve one or both of the petitions. the north. They Is owned by other purposes.Wolbert said the State cation requested was too broad for the Iv.ru Day"rr.,.. .; 16t.
Mr. and and the Fire Marshal had approved both of Also speaking In.opposition to mov. neighborhoods concerned. He agreed .Mart drank ",
Property owners In'the two areas rezoning request excluded frontageon the proposed sites adding that the Ing the,plant ."anywhere except out- that the city needs a new industrialarea n ..... '.' ,
concerned were unanimous In their 301, already zoned B-3. greatest danger from the December side the city limits"was AJ.Dugger but said that spot zoning"Is not Pabaeta1Courtesy ,} ,
disapproval of moving the LP i gas The South 301 site consisted of a 19 fire was not the explosion of the LP manager of the Starke Holiday Inn a the answer" ,); ,;"
plant from its present location'unless portion of Lots 9,10,11 and U of J.G. gas tanks but the possibility of fire short distance south on 301 from the ,>. "'
it could bee moved outside the Alvarez Addition to Starke, lying bet- to the nearby :Thomas pil proposed plant site. Tom Harding,'who lives about half -of : .'
city limits" Many agreed with the' ween Hardee's on the south E.D. Company, a mile from the present plant said be KSNNRNI.. 1 ". :
sentiment expressed by Ray Williams !- Tenly property on' the west and Wolbert said it was "economically Walter Westcott a member of the favored Jetting it stay where it is zi '"
owner of the Torena Motel and residences facing Lafayette Street on unfeasible" to move the LP storage zoning .board challenged the legal because "when Mr. Slade originally SWFLY .!!: '
restaurantwhoasked"UthePlantlsnot the north. The property .is owned by facility outside the city, "and this we description, used in advertising the put it there,about 1940;there was only i of Stsrka
a danger then why not let it stay .Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Sawyer, and the will not do." He said It would cost approximately north location, saying that. as he one little tog cabin In the area/about Nwy3ot *. 9046078Royoton ,i.1
excluded ,figured it about two acres was where the Community Bank is now. '.
where it is rezoning request frontageon $100 000 to move the only ; "
One of the proposed sites was $.1 301, already zoned B-3. plant to either of'tbe two new suggested described rather than S.I acres and Everything else that Is there now, M tgt>U J}
100 AndtVA I Io
owned by James T.Moore and Attorney J J. Wolbert,representing sites. Of the two, he said his that the location as described would moved in Knowing that the LP.' gas. ,,'.
Dr.acres Harry, Gruen, on the east side of Sawyer-Slade Gas Co. and Slade client. :w fprrwd the north location. sot be.sufficient.for the plant.. ? plant was already; there," ,. !<.. 473-4973 : i'"


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School Board Wants To Study All Rules Of, Its Organizations

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A father's request 'to the school and passed It around to other cipal Duncan now stanch betiind the can said three days Athletic Director Casey said, referring to the year's Parrish asked Brown if he would
board that his daughter be reinstated students. rules of the Athletic Department) David) Nurse said 10. and suspension from athletics."It wait until !the next meeting to give
in athletics at Bradford High School The student was suspended from "Why are we workinftanfera. Bet of helDuncan) knows Uw rule?" Par is a rather serious offense" Parrish. time to provide the school,
has prompted the board to ask! for a athletics for the remainder of the rules I don't know anyD fig rish asked Casey added.Gaskins board with a MtoCtheatJdlllilledllpart.!
look at BH school rules school year. Parrish said, under rules asked school board irMtober Arthur stated he is not familiar ment run*. Parrish proratoed Brown
Board Member J.T, Par rial). whosaid of the BUS Athletic Department Par Gaskins, Gaskins askeo'for a ifOpy of "He did and he didn't: .." Casey with the athletic department rules ha will get the matter on the agendafor
he has been trying without success rish said he tried for months to obtaina the athletic department rut /Which replied "but if what I'm told U true the boardis a school board vote If it is wUMn(
to have something done about the copy of the Athletic Departmentrules note said he will suppJiT, 'Qtsklns "It's not the end of the world," unable to enforce some of them" his power to do so. :
Incident since September' promisedthe before finally being given copyIn that the school' ,poafd has
father.. Paul Brown. a vote on the the past few weeks. adopted policies that awtrn.every
Issue by the school board. Parrish Brown, appearing at Monday student In the school syfl>m. School Based Concept
asked Supt Tom Casey to place the night's school board meeting, asked "Amen," said middle' 'Ichool Management
matter on the agenda of the next that his daughter be allowed to play physical education instructor George
regular school board meeting March softball and run track this spring. Loper who attends the (school board I

19 The matter could come up at a Parrish said what the Brown situation meetings as a representative!:"of the To Be Studied School Board
special board meeting set for Monda boils down to is different Bradford Education Association by ;

night Feb 26, at 7 p m, if someone disciplinary actions being taken by, bargaininunit.
requests that it be placed on the agen the high school and athletic said depart that The athletic department rules have A new concept of school based School based management would Ion 'of Instruction embracing the
da 48 hours before the special ment Supt. Tom Casey not necessarily been presented to the (SBD wW be decentralize
BHS Jim management >)> studied the decision making process following principles:
newly appointed Principal school board, but within board '
meeting are by the Bradford school board in Douglas said. Funds are allocated to schools based -
Duncan has not had time to study ,
Acquainting the school board with different policy guidelines, Supt. Caaeyiald, future work sessions, It was agreed School based management was first on needs of children in schools.
the rules of the seven or eight a
the case Parrish said the girl a internal school organizations he is familiar with J Monday night Feb: 19, by !the board proposed in 1971 by a Citizens' Com Specific educational objectives for-
sophomore, had been suspended from Replying the and administration. mittee on Education appointed by a school are set by people associated
each of which have rules of their own rules. Parrish said the
'school dabs for using school principal -
fori 'three board New studies show that decisions affecting Governor Reublrt Askew to make with) the school.
the school
alcohol The student the Telegraphwas in addition to said suspended the student for three students can be made most effectively recommendations for ways to im -Decisions on how funds for Instruction -
told, brought( whiskey on campus! adopted policies Casey days not 10. "Isn't the deal that Dun-
at the individual school prove schools. Noting that in all are ton be spent are made in the
--- level, Business Manager Eddie states the school district is the focal /school center.
Douglas told the school board in a point in the financing, management -Organization of instruction is
15-minute talk in which he acquaintedthe and linkage to the community of instruction determined the school level.
board with the concept of school the Committee concludedthat -Parents participate in school decision
based management Douglas gave the complexity of education dictated making. '
NOT BE No.1. the board papers to study on the new a change. Complexity, said the Under school based managementthe
WE MAY concept Including a budget workedup Committee, is beat handled where the general nature of the district office
as if the school system had been instruction occurs at the individual role changes from being directive
operating on school based manage- school level. evaluative to being supportiveand
ment this past year.If The state committee saw school- informative less involved in day-
the board had operated under centered management and organiza- to-day operations.The .
But W.e Harder Iff SBM this current term and used the
; Try philosophy of a 1-23 pupilteacherratio

In grades K-3 and 1.31 in grade '79 BHS Attendance Policy
4-12, the board could have used 30.5 :
fewer teachers,based on$713 per student I

FACTS COMMUNITY STATE BANK in state education funds!Douglassaid. Discussed
BANK NO.l Douglas hastened to add that he by Principal"We're

wasn't suggesting that 30 teachers be

1st TO OFFER fired and the money used to raise the paying for teachers for attendance policy at BHS states
salaries of the remaining teachers, them. We feel lake If students don't that upon receiving the 5th unexcused
BANKING HOURS FOR but the board could make such decision attend class they lose something in absence, a six-weeks grade of F-a ISI

YES he admitted. the long run even though.some students given, denoting the failing grade Is
WORKING PEOPLE N 0 "It's a very broad concept; it would contend they don't have to given for lack of attendance and Is.

alter this school system considerably attend class to pass," says Bradford different from the usual "F". The F-a
DRIVE-IN OPEN 7am said board chairman Vernon High Principal Jim Duncan. grade is carried forward to the,
Parmenter. "I hope we have semester grade and the six-weeks
enough work sessions so the board numerical grade that student would'
1st TO OFFERNO can make an intellegent decision." The new BHS principal was refer have received if he had not exceeded
Supt.Tom Casey agreed with the ring to the new attendance policy the four excused absences allowed, is;
SERVICE CHARGE chairman. It was agreed to set work instituted at the opening of school last reduced by one-half. '
YES sessions on SBM in the near future, fall. The new policy is paying dividends "Generally a student who is con-
CHECKING NO but no special date was set Monday Duncan believes, after a half scientious about attending school has'
... night year's tryout. no problem" Duncan explains. "It Is
TO SENIOR CITIZENS the student who Is continually and
chronically absent that finds the

County CommissionersOK policy a problem." Duncan points out
the policy allows a student to be
Oldest Bank absent 20 percent of the time without

YES NO Road Money RequestBradford penalty."We" .don't feel that's unreasonable -

In The County ; Biggest, Duncan problem says.is getting parentsto

County Commissioners road maintenance fund is depleted.The become aware they have to notifythe
moved a step closer to a$700,000 bond bond issue is an emergency mea school after every absence of their
LOWEST Issue from the state to be used to sure to repair deteriorating roads child, says Duncan.All .
repair some 38 miles of deterioratingof before they are lost altogether. students are required to bring a
NO YES secondary roads at their Monday A short term payback, not over 10 note to the Student Affairs Office to-
SERVICE CHARGE board meeting. years has been contemplated by the explain any absence. BUS policy
commission. allows students two days to bring a
before the absence is considered
The BC board okayed a resolution
,, .. unexcused. ,Following school board
Itl that will request the state to issue the '1 q" ? '\' L "' '\"" .\,11 1
bonds,' The Florida cabinet, will, Bradford' rules, the'IBHS'attendance policy
: bo'Ml ;Chapters! ,. states' thaA.tall'U'ft.toiRnovide.( the note
LOWEST RATESON : be recejve;/ ihe resolutiontor; pIAIlQ Phn <-i.iTbiio i'$ II INNJ.GS
"(< III 01 tion at its March meeting."Nothlng's from home-or doctor will result in an
NO YES unexcused absence.
Join CelebrationOf
LOANS When a student reaches the fourth,
sure yet, this is just an
unexcused absence that ,
application for a state bond issue, butI Appeals
reviewed by the Attendance
don't 50 Years of FFA
see any problems coming up, Committee. If there is no indicationthat
commissioner Dave Shuford said of
the absences in
the request "We'll let them considerit question are
excusable the student is informed the
HOME OWNEDINDEPENDENT and then take a look at the terms .
Members of the Bradford FFA Gold next unexcused absence will result in
YES (interest rate, payback period) they Chapter Join with nearly 500,000 other an F-a grade.
NO ask for and decide if we can live withit.
." FFA members in the United States in Steps have also been taken at BHSto
BANK celebrating National FFA Week, Feb. combat student tradiness. The
1724. The organization Is also mark fourth time the student is tardy he Is
The state Department of Transportation
ing its 50th Anniversary. administratively referred to the ,
reclassified many former state the week the state's
I Out Of County roads to secondary status and turned chapters Throughout are planning activities' to Alternate suspension School program Program,that an Internal also

responsibility over secondary roads support the theme "FFA at 50 AGolden carries with it unexcused absence.
Holding Company maintenance to the counties in July, Past A Brighter Future" an
NO students who
YES Thus are not physically
and and of the
1977 upkeep repaving
The 50-year success story is the storyof absent from school but are late to
many county roadways has been an learning doing. Successful .
by class many times also run the risk of
Bank thorn in the commission'sside
expensive agriculture leaders of today are the an F-a grade for the six-weeks.
ever since, with this action
expected to be the first major push the National FFA Week always includes Teachers of do not have whether the prerogative -
county has taken toward secondaryroad determining an
George Washington's birthdayin
absence is excused or not, Duncan
Highest maintenance. observance of his leadership in pro- points out. It is determined adminis-

NO ,moting scientific farming practices. tratively by the Attendance Appeals
YES1st Since having the roads dumped into Washington is considered the patron Committee whether an absence is
Total Deposits their jurisdiction Bradford officials saint of!the FFA, and has come to unexcused.

have looked to the state with requeststo symbolize the FFA Treasure Under the new BHS policy, parents
Improve Bradford roads before giving According to President Michael Andrews contacted whena
are ,usually by phone,
l the county full responsibility and the Bradford Gold Char student is absent from school. Mrs.
at the same time have wrestled with will have Field Day on Adele Mitchell is the BBS attendance .
TO OFFER the problem of how a small county can 23. Several activities are planned. officer; 95 percent of Mrs. Mitchell's
manage retopping,repair, and repaying They will Include egg toss,tug of war, work is concerned with attendance.
NO YES of its roads.A shoe race,sack race, skillet throwing Duncan says. An attempt is made to
i and faculty hog calling. There will
SATURDAY BANKING contact the parent every time a stir
previous commission list of also be a tractor-cade in which dent is absent from school by letter if
county roads needing retopping was members will drive their,tractors to the parent cannot be reached by
I listed by priority as: SR-23S. 5 miles;; school and park them in an assignedarea. phone.School.
SR-233 5 miles; SR-229A, 2.1 miles; This is to show the spirit of an board policy states that
SR-22S, 3 2 miles; SR-100A, 8.5 miles; FFA member.There will be a cookout parents must insure their child's
SCORE 3 ti SR-200B, 1.9 miles; SR-231, 5 miles; Saturday. Feb. 27, at the FFA farm' regular daily attendance and report
: SR-237.2.4 miles; SR-225,1 mile; SR21A. > for members only. and explain any absence to the school,
,1.5 miles; SR-235 2.3 miles SR-- Organized in 1928 the FFA promotes Duncan points out The BHS policy,
225A 1.6 miles; and SR-230A,1 mile. leadership, cooperation and the principal says, is not In conflict
citizenship among high school vocational with but is an extension of the school
The county commission has been agriculture students. Vocational board rules.
considering the $700.000 bond issue agriculture education in high "The administration and attendance S
AS YOU CAN SEE. BANKING WITH since early 1978 as a means of repair- school prepares students for careers personnel are ready to assist 3:
ing deteriorating secondary roads at a In agriculture production, marketing, parents and students if there It a conflict JJ:
time when the county's secondary processing and service. about any absence from school," s

Duncan states. "Do not hesitate to 5
THE' NO.2 BANK IN THE COUNTY HAS call if we may be of assistance." 2
,: Lawtey Council Rescinds BUS attendance averaged 90-92 per- ::
cent for the first 14 weeks of school 3

ITS ADVANTAGES which good." Duncan Figures are considers currently"pretty being 3

Peddling Prohibition LawAt worked up to compare attendance this .::
ij school term with prior years. ::

a special meeting Wednesday One of the concerned citizens at the Attendance records at BUS are a
W Feb. 14, Mayor Robert Scott opened meeting then added "A state trooper open to any,-parent, Duncan points ::
the Council meeting by stating. "Our told me one time It was possibility I out. :3
main purpose tonight is to settle once could get fined$500 for selling my ber- -
and for all the strawberry selling problem ries on the highway." Homestead S

BOBBY HOURS: 'DI'VE-IM' HOURS (I hope). As you recall the votes Attorney Welty added., "I don't Exemption 3
were tied and I refused to vote until I think it mates difference what
f Mon. Tues. Thurs. 9 A.M. 2 P.M. Mon. Tues. Wed Thurs. any Deadline is March 1 fjj
C S I got a I legal opinion;; now the attorney the Council does..we cannot change
( Wed.! 9 A.M. To 12 Noon 7 A.M. To 3:30 PsM. t.e here. the law".
\ Friday 9 A.M. 2 P.M. 4 P.M. To 6 P.M. Friday 7 A.M. To 6 P.M Attorney Richard Welty then said Lucille Deadline for filing applications for 2
be had contacted various authoritiesand Mrs. Shuford speaking as a Homestead Exemption from the first 5:
Saturday 9-12 A.M. citizen and not as city clerk, then added of tax evaluations
he had learned that there was a $3,000 property !, :S:
B S Florida Statute making it illegal to "We should instruct them (the 910,000 if you're 63 or over,.Is March 1.3 j
COMMUNITY sellers about and
STATE BANK ) cleaning things
up 3
use the state right of way for commer warns Property Appraiser Jimmy ;
asking them not to litter. Councilman -
I Alvarez. .=
Furthermore do
cial to
purposes. so
would be a misdemeanor of the second McCulley then said, "If we doreed The filing deadline also includes :S:
I sL1L this ordinance I am sure the Widows-and Disability Exemptions
degree and local police as well 3
I council will be watching the highwayand anJReligious
Agriculture Exemptions ::
as highway patrol were obligated if it does In the it was
j get shape and Fraternal Exemptions.If :
enforce this law "Any law we would
! Phone 964-7830: _____ New Fashioned, Banking With : make could not supersede this last year I am sure we can find someway any taxpayer affected has not 3
"Oldo Servlce"k'i '' because it Is from the- statelegislature" to stop it. Last year it got coinletely received forma to apply for any of the 2 s
I Fashioned stated out of hand and I think it is a above tax exemptions should contact 5:
1 ,Welty thing that should be controlled by thepeople
.' v ''.Councilman Ben M ; the office of Property Appraisers
1"- J raid, "If we do rescind cu ordinancetad who are doing, It." Alvarez, phone 9M-6280 Extension *

fl they go out on the road and sell, it Mayor Scott then'said. "If you sell 216, or visit the office in person prior a
,* is at their own risk." on your own, I i(the marshall wants to to March.
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.. ', I, Mark B 01It of Lake futon did not have a driver's license, road before trawling 14 feet back
Wgth died Saturday, Feb. 17. as a and would "n+vw have Nwo. driving' aeros __ nto the southafcte
rgwt of an auto accident In awtey the truck owned by l RuaMil Manning, shoulder and onto privaia property
after his father Gerald Baillie, a BC 29, of Lawtey, who WM listed as the for a distance: of 144 feet the' truck
hospital emergency medical technician passenger in the accident report overturned twice before setting backup
had come to the scene of the accident which says both were thrown from the on its wheels with the initial report
In an ambulance and attemp 1960 Chevy pickup truck In the saying both Baillie and Manning were
ted\o revive his son, mishap tossed from the truck.
The Florida Highway Patrol is still Barber and wile Linda were hot in-
investigating the accident which According! to the highway patrol the jured in the accident.
resulted In the first traffic fatality of accident occurred at approximately The elder Baillie said he arrived at
b the year In Bradford County, 9:10: p.m. Saturday night on SR-223 the scene "and worked Mark for
,! Members) of the Baillie family have j just outside Lawtey city limits. The about 35 minutes in the ambulanceand
disagreed strongly with the' Initial truck was being driven east on SR223and then the hospital.
niP accident report which lists Mark crossed the center line into the "lie passed away about 9:40: p.m."
Baillie as the driver of the vehicle path of an oncoming car driven by the father said,
They say Mark, a craft supervisor: Ge lrge'W. Barber 44, of Lawtey, No arrest was made pending the Investigation :
,. with Metric Constuction in BocaCommissioners striking the car on the left side of the t

11)1 t Trim New List of JurorsStriving I

to eliminate wasted police officer and sheriff's deputies The purchase was unanimously
u Il_ mailing costs for the county, .Ilia Clerk of Court Gib Brown told the accepted and will go towards the
-1 : Bradford County Commission spent commission that each name county road Improvement work. The
4 most of a special morning meeting eliminated would mean a savings of Fruehauf spokesman at the meeting
\ !Mondaj Jan. 22 ceding names out the to: cents postage and two promised quick delivery to Starke
..r w of a prospective juror list. envelopes used in sending each of the with a ..10 day payment allowance.
-'-. r ,.... ..... The five person com miss lop : remaining persons on the list a Plan Is for the county to lease the
scratched l95 names off the list of sort)*' questionnaire. After the two semi-trailers to the school board
I HMSstraight-tMudentsI.tnr..forthethirdsixxeeke.: Robin Stern Suzy Alvarez, :Mike ChrUtmat. Michelle 1.7IX registered voters who were questionnaires( are returned further to be used In the commercial vehicle
KimullH. picked for possible jury duty Reasons eliminations from the list can be driving training class Students will
for elimination from the list were made. Brown said. haul limerock for county and school
illness, disability, very old age in The original 1,700 name list was board use on training runs on which
Four Students at BMS.Earn StraightA'sFour certain cases i old age ia no longer an formed by taking every fourth name they now haul water. The school
excuse for not serving on a Jury". and from the county voting rolls. Brown board is required to carry Insuranceto
Bradford Middle School period are: simply the knowledReby a said the county needs a pool of about .cover the training runs but the
Dawn Joiner, George LeVasser Ran-
commissioner that a person in his 1.500) names for jury selection. same Insurance can cover the
students earned straight-A's for the dall B Noble Faith Roberts Satins constituency couldn't or wouldn't Also at the special meeting the students when they haul limerock
third six-weeks grading period which Sixth firudr, : Marion Kay Allen Renee Wimberly Jennifer Clare serve for some reason Also. home board accepted the only bid put forth The limerock hauling will be done on
ended January 19. Kimberly Lynn Brown Melissa Dawn Winkler, Julee Ann Wise. registered voters are automatically for the purchase of two' limerock the students' regular training runs, it
The perfect school foursome was Burnsed. Howard Antonia Diggs scratched from jury service dumptrailers. Fruehauf won the sale can stockpiled until needed to save
eighth-graders Susan Alvarez, and Donald Eaves, Hohn Dale Edmond- including the Clerk of the Court and at a font of$11.782: for each of the two extra trips Theory Is the students
Robin Stern, and seventh-graders son Karen Ann Elixson. John David KlEhth GradetTeresa Lynn dum P era. might as well be hauling something
Michelle Kimutit and Mlcheaf
Christmas Lynn Francis Lisa Ann Green, Samantha Bauldree. Kim Ellen Bell Henry useful on' the training runs. An
Harmon Sheree Denise Harmon, Ed- Easter Browder HI', Dale Robert instructor will accompany the
Suzy Alvarez, 13, is the daughter of ward Kimbril, Anita Jean Lloyd Buchanan, Randy S. Crawford, Ed- Cold Front Expected WeekendAs students on each run. the school board
Mrs. Betty Ann Alvarez of Starke Elizabeth Ann Lynn Becky Eileen ward Dale Crews, Thomas Reginald was told Monday night.
Parrish Tanja Helen Higby. Shaun the middle Atlantic Coastal region dug out from under Its worst snowfall Ina
Robin Stern, 13, is the daughter of Crosby, Marla Dlann Darley The board also moved to have a
Mr and Mrs. Roland and Lucinda Andrew Ritch, Vickie Diane Thomas Carmen Frances Eaves, Lori Ann, decade,temperatures eased off In Bradford County.w ith a Wednesday morninglow letter of request sent to the Cecil Field
Keith Warren Zona Sue Welch of 49 recorded at Blanding, following two freezing mornings of 32
Stern of Starke, Barry Flynn, Carol Elizabeth Francis, Camp Naval Ruse to put Bradford in line for
12 old Mike Christmas of Lee Arnie White Dianne Elaine Katheleen GIllingham, James degrees Monday and Tuesday.. the purchase of other road
Starke year Is the daughter of Mr. and Wood Melanie Wood. Douglas Glover, Nadine Ann Green WPXE weather station in Starke reported a low of 30 Monday morning, 35 on maintenance equipment. The
Mrs Edward! and Janice Christmas. Tammy Louise Grlffis, Bradford Tuesday, and a warm-up to 51 Wednesday equipment, including a steelwheelroad
Michelle Kimutis., is the daugher fS GradeTlna: Marie Bowen, ;(eli Lynn McRea, Tracy Earl McRee Blandmg reported rasmfall of 1,23 inches on the 19th,while Starke recorded on packer and a Barber-Green
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Janet Yvonne Carver. Louie Andrew Chaff, Lori Ann Muse, Lisa Diane Nor ewor- ly .21 inch on that date. Bradford fire towers reported only .2 on the 18th as their paving machine would not be an
Kimutis of Starke. Lori Ann Clark Robert Allen Fisher, thy, Melvin Bernard Randalls, only rainfall during the we>k. obligation but .jf and when such
Lee Ann Flynn Rickl Lynn Harris Daniela Ann Rigby John Francis The four-day forecast as reported by the Forest Service is for possible machinery does come in at Cecil
On the A-B honor roll at the middle Lisa Marie James Angela Kristina Riggs, i Deborah Ann Roark.Donna showers on Thursday, followed by a cold front with southerly winds ato 15 Field Bradford would have a chance
school for the third six-week grading Johns, John Paul Johns, Belinda Faye Tyler, Richard Ernest Warren. mph. of purchasing it if needed. '
New Commission Chairman Maxie
Carter served his first full meeting In
that seat and appointed committee

I School Board to Meet Monday T..o Push Constructionunused heads head Commissioner committees for the next E.W.on year.mosquito Hodges* will and t

garbage control. Suwannee River
A special school board meeting is Salley said Monday night he had no the greater number of students.In special education unit from dary Schools. Board member Pat Economic Council, civil defense, the t
set Monday Feb. 26. at 7 p,m. to dollar figures to attach to either the other action Monday night, the the middle school. Sponger's motion to apply died for vehicle check-In station, and the
speed work on plans for walls in the BMS walls or the cafeteria. school board: Approved plans of Boy Scout Dirk lack of a second. Casey said the state courthouse: Hazel Paulk will serve q
middle school and a new cafeteria for Price on the middle school walls Schmidt to build an amphitheatre at accreditation board no longer exists, over the agriculture library and
that school, and planning an eight-. zoomed from a $100,000 estimate to -Turned over to the school staff for Southside Elementary as part of his -Was asked by Supt. Casey to par- mental health committees: Dave
classroom wing for Lawtey Elementary double that when the board was told evaluation six bids on fencing for the requirement for his Eagle Scout tlscipate in work sessions on: 1) Shuford the roads committee; E.L.
earlier this month when Salley said middle school and vo-tech center. badge. The amphitheatre will provide school based management, 2) a study Norman will keep tabs on the fire and
The board voted this past Monday electrical and air-conditioning The fence is designed to curtail outside seating for 150 students. of credit requirements for high school recreation committees; and
night; it It'regular meeting to give ar- changes which will be required in the, Chairman Carter Is expected to be
vehicular>traffic from the campuses Funds totaling $1,400 have been approved students; 3)) a comprehensive plan ofti.th901 ;
... .)Ifi Kalley authority to pro- change from an openoonctQt.oho4l l l'The'aa'Jable > of the' two'schools, which the board In a state environmental!! .1!i objectives which must be appointed, ,by the Governor Bob'
,mt; wino. pretlttrtriary'iplarn'! -'lhe* $82$,000 the board has nmfht\lfMft\ d'lI'afet' 1 tij'ftf4itt\ia'rfuH."'" Mind ahd the Souttvfcl. Elementary"*! preSented to they state prior to "the? Crahan J: <| MidqK4| "qra/ruUee/ one'
Bradford Middle School Cafeteria and to spend on construction this year is Board member Pat Spengler noted PTA. The city of Starke will provide start of school next fall. the CET/Tprogram.
interior walls for that school. The going twice as fast as expected solar, that the middle school .athletic play utility poles and the county will grade
school board wants to speed up'submission it seems. That is why the board is area should not be infringed on a division the site. Seats will be made of old' .
of the plans to the State pressing Salley on cost figures for the of the two adjacent campuses. railroad cross-ties and Southside
Department of Education so the BMS different jobs. BMS physical education instructor parents have agreed to help with the EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMABY
walls can be Installed between ses- Price on the LE wing was set at George Loper also spoke to the boardon Installation. '
sions this summer when students are $316.009 back when the school ad- that topic. -Refused to take Action on a recom- TAKING THE GED TESTS
not in school. ministration planned the Job but that mendation by Supt. Tom Casey that .
Architect Salley said he has been cost will probably way up by the time -Was told a special education classof the board apply for accreditation of Applications For The GED Tests
working closely with new BMS principal the architect gets the plans finished. 11 students has been added at the vo-tech center by the Southern are Being TakenAt .
Dewey McKinney on the walls Salley is basing plans for the LE addition Brooker Elementary by utilizing an Association of Colleges and Secon- The
project, and that new matters had on an old set of 10 classroom
come up which he and McKihney felt plans drawn up for a sixth grade Bradford Union Area .
had to be addressed. center at the middle school which was Theressa Fire Dept.The Sponsores Fish Fryin
"They're not leading you to never built.Salley said Monday night, VocationalTechnical
moveable' walls, are they?' board however, that those plans were hav- Center.The .
member Arthur Gasklns wanted to ing to be virtually redrawn for the Theressa Volunteer Fire providing fire protection for the '
know but he asked with a smile on his Lawtey addition. Department will sponsor its' annual southeastern portion of Bradford Deadline Is February 26, 1979 .
face. The school board Is adamant Th BMS cafeteria kitchen will be fish fry this Saturday,February 24.at County and adfoining portions of
about placing permanent walls in the added onto the industlral arts com- the Theressa Community Center, Clay County. Call 964-6150 For Information.
middle school which was built in 1968 plex which has been changed to the with serving beginning at 5:30 p.m. Anyone interested In becoming actively -
as a "open concept"school with no Interior eating area. Idea is to spend the The menu will consist of fried fish, Involved in the Theressa EXAMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULED
walls separating classrooms."No $72,699 available on the kitchen con hush puppies, baked beans,cole slaw, Volunteer Fire Department is encouraged
," Salley replied "we're get struction then work on procuring the grits, and a choice of coffee or tea.Takeouts to attend monthly meetings, March 5 March 6 From :00 PM. 10:00 P.M.
ting the lockers out of the media cooking equipment.The will be available.The held the third Tuesday of each monthat
center. current building program,with Theressa Department was first 7:30: p.m. at the Theressa Com March 7 March 8 From 6:00 P.M. .- 1'0:00 P.M
Preliminary plans for the work also planned at Brooker and organized in February, 1976, with approximately munity Center.
8-classroom addition to Lawtey Hampton Elementary Schools,Is bas- 15 active members. The March 9 From 9:00 A.M. To 12:00 Noon
Elementary were also authorized by ed around moving eighth graders department now has two trucks and
the school board Monday night. In from the middle school back to the approximately 22 active members.The r ..
answer to qUer>*itions by Gaskins, architect outlying schools once the outlying volunteer force lists as its goal .
Salley said he anticipates a school are enlarged to accomodate assisting other local fire departmentsSales
six-month construction period at the urnu JmiJf[
very least. Current projects under

construction are being delayed installation 24 Hour Service

materials because ,contractors Salley said. cannot get : GJIJ Jf(31E( 1J fiJrnrn
The board approved working draw DON HILL :

ings for replacement of 15 heat pump, SECURITY SYSTEMS :, \
units for Individual rooms at
Southside and Starke Elementary FIRE-BURGLAR-MEDICAL ALERT .
Schools, at a cost of $54,000.. Cost of "
that has from just over P.O.Box 832 Florida
project grown Bank at Starke
$30,000 to$54,000 since the board star Keystone Heights, FL ., .
Call Collect '
ting planning the project. 32656 '

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The Bradfo rd County Sheriffs Office Is, 6 Month Certificates J-,'

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Trawler. Inea group of M*..r vel..Ma to sight-* tutfe fund +
MaawM who base lor and a _>tec and promote Rood fellowship,. ni get
asaoriathM. and twga of.-a." .ajr.d more out of life. liberty md die pursuit a
overnight ia Surk lat vk on th.lr stoppi.g in Stark were from P..,.. of "'ppin.u
way .. ....... winter aMvtwf u>Saraaala.Many .,h..... Virgimia and North. and South
Car"" ",. The Wright settled InMftrWtt.1976
of th*memben are rwiree;;like after Mr. Wright had a Keai*,\*tgekwhile
CbArlet and K.rt"Wricltl" of Surk al ft was a happy friendly bunch of traveling through and. received
..boa. mviuua the Surk overnighter NCTer who Hopped in Stark; it was such good treatment front. Jth* fluke 9 r r sr
took ".<<-e. Tb. Wrights tr.nl.111t l the jllli like old home week. The camper attend masonic lodge and from tf>* EMlford
chub from May tferowgli September each rallies together all summer long andcount County Hospital that" .he decidedIMnoveher
year. Winter the I Wright reud in the each other a* good friend They from Suffolk Va. A retre! mobile ham perk al the Bradford Motel became reacquainted after a winters workrr. Wright joined NCT ,la 1076 andit e
on US-301. north, their permanent abseene from each other; their Stark has become a big part of the Wright Ytlti
reside ace rendezvous being he firm lime they had (if*.
seen rich other since last summer
Tb camper were on their" was to Unlike the image ordinarily accorded
Sarasota for the' mid winter rally of NCT Object of the National Camping such nomadic activities. the NCT group
in which more than" 800 camper andtome Travelers, organized In 1966 and with. which Hopped 'In Stark Included Such
300! camping vehicle gathered al some 20.000lamily membership nationwide prommen example of American life a*a ; e ?
the Sarasota County Fairground Th of which some 5.800 are active retired Navy commander from Norfolk,
Masons ram from all the way up and memberships, i I. for the' entertainmentand Va.And the director of Pennsylvania'
down the! eastern seaboard Ute*. That enjoyment of tho* whose Frateriul l 'land fishing.

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Stressed at Hearings : Caught by the BT eanrra )just tuf.irr. they took off frontportsman'a I)'.. Alanknn ho..kl.-. l.lnrla und I rnrlr (..........11. the. ".
". ; :: S .' World a' cl.l r) the. IUrr f. Derry Jr. family U..II.I..n..l.r-NIT from Nwfwik.. Va.. and (.h.'I...and I
::.. 'from rlurilL I....wile Allivn.aim Freddie.and the faro{. 11'thll'ri\ ht ..1 Markr..

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Last Thursday night's hearing on the pro 'm-: ,
posed rezoning of two sites in Starke for pur- ,4iy jtle id

poses of an LP gas storage plant operation pin Eclipse DangerFlorldian r o
pointed the need in Starke for an industrial County Agents By

park or at least a sizeable tract of land, ,
Bobby 1:
preferably city-owned, that could be used as I notebook

sites for heavy industry classification, which are being warned about staring Taylor r 'te

includes some uses that are not compatiblewith directly at the partial eclipse of the sun which I* JIilMlrlflll"
residential or commercial scheduled to begin about 10:40 a.m. Monday,

neighborhoods. Heavy industry for instance, reaching its midpoint around 11:51 and endingat Good weather Is permitting a lot of the Fair Association, the Bradford-:!
includes fertilizer manufacturing, livestock 1:02 p.m. activity in fields and gardens Union Cattleman's Association, and
and houses. throughout our area. Some folks will the Bradford-Union Swine Producers
yards, slaughter At mid-point-lime of the moon'. greatestcoverage soon have their land ready for seedingor Association will be busy carrying out
of the sun, 33 percent of "old sol" will transplanting.However,most folks plans to make our 1979 show one of the
Tae: problems faced by heavy industry in be hidden from view, the forecasters say. will delay planting frost susceptible best yet. I hope you have plans to be
finding suitable locations was pointed out by crops like squash and tomatoes until at the fair each night to see these ac
the attorney representing the gas plant Et cry one-but especially children-should be the latter part of next month. tivities. For the first time in several
warned that looking al Monday's 'sky show"told years, we have more livestock
owners who said that 40 or 50 sites were result In holes In the retina of the
burning I have talked about plans for entered than there Is space for. This ,
visited and that only the two on which rezoning eye causing a blind spot in the central vision. gardens that can help make this project was brought about by the increased jt2 L
was rejected by the City Planning and Zon- Although not causing total blindness, it would beneficial economically and interest in 4-H and FFA beef and
ing Board were found to fit the needs of the cause permanent damage which would la effect otherwise. One of the most important dairy breeding animals and an In-
cause the victim to see objects that are not In his considerations In your garden or crop crease in entries in the swine show
applicants. center vision and not see ones that are the warning plan is good seed or transplants.For and sale.
said. 1 -

At one time the city owned about 20 acres in each vegetable you plan to I'll talk later about the number and v

the area of the neStarke armory,which was Because infrared rays emitted by the sun are grow in your garden, you will have to kinds of livestock we have entered. In
earmarked for an industrial park but was what burns the retina, viewing a partial or full decide whether to start it from seed the meantime, you are assured that
Is front plants or from plant parts. the Fair Association, the Bradford:!
never developed as such and when industry eclipse as dangerous to the eye as looking and
directly at the full sun. The danger Is that the.Ie..er Union Cattleman's Association
failed to storm our doors looking for a location Producer's
feels, no discomfort In viewing.eclipse The main advantage in starting the Bradford-Union Swine
the city disposed of the tract on a whereas the brilliance of the sun prevents him directly from seeds is that you have a. Association will be busy carrying out rev
piecemeal basis from time to time as other from looking directly al It. wider selection of varieties from plans to make our 1979 show one of the '
for the developed.At which to choose. Furthermore, not all best yet. I hope you have plans to be i4'a'
pressing uses property
vegetables do well when transplantedand at the fair each night to see these activities -
Viewing an eclipse through smoked glass, exposed .
must be from seed
film (negative), dark glasses, or other grown sown
the present time the only sizeable tract
devices does directly in the row where they are to
not the retina the
protect warningsaid.
that the owns that could possibly be converted be Most vegetables be
city The only safe thing to do is .watch the grown. may
to industrial use is in northeast Starke ecUpse IT shown on television. or la newspaper seeded directly: in the garden row. .. Enjplett Perryman,

presently zoned Agricultural and formerly photographs-ntherwbie "just don't watch It."
Good seed the difference Retired '"
used by the city as a sanitary landfill. the public was warned. between success may mean and failure in your January 31 7

Although the landfill location has been movedto 1 garden. Buy good seed from a reliable From Bethlehem Steel t.'Clair.
a site off SR-100 South the old site still has dealer. For some crops seed may be

limited use by the city for dumping yard saved from one's own garden, but for -. FI.....'. an MT nlalr director
such leaves limbs and shrubbery goals, and an overview of the Division of many other vegetables saving seed is and Penmylvanla'a. .....d'of inland
as ,
Economic Development's promotional activities Impractical.Plant fishing from 8.<.* uhf
Before for industrial FHrwr
clippings. using purposesit in helping a community attract new in hi* rhrvron emblazoned jacket. Don'lvorrjr
would need extensive filling and additional dustry. Local attending the seminar varieties of vegetables which folk, its nylon, not leather.Fleeger .
drainage. persons have been tested and found to be Rhorrled out a fmil itf.now tu get
were representatives of the Bradford County adapted to our area. Vegetables resistant 1' 1 1A bio camper out of hits yard and on the roadto
Development Authority, the Chamber of Com- to pests and tolerant of adverse Florida.
small of
The city also owns a tract ten or weather conditions much easierto
merce, and financial institutions. are
twelve acres south of Alligator Creek, across grow successfully than those that
from its old industrial park area, but a portionof are not. Our "Vegetable Gardening
this is "in the swamp" and access from 301 With this winter set to outdo even the rugged Guide" lists those varieties which are LETTERS TO THE

is not readily available. The size also would winter of 1977-78 along the Eastern Seaboard, best suited to our conditions.Of EDITORTHANKSEXPRESSED

not be sufficient for a well-planned and ade- in the Mid-West, and even some states usually course, it is a privilege enjoyedby
quate industrial park.As considered "in the South" it is reasonable to gardeners to try varieties which

expect that the emigration of new residents have proven themselves elsewhereand

one member of the Planning and Zoning from those hard-hit areas to.the comparative which may do well in their Dear Sir:

Commission remarked last Thursday, in viewof warmth of Florida will increase at a greatly gardens.cheating However themselves many of gardenersare the best On behalf of my wife and I, and the

these circumstances, the City needs to address accelerated rate. To attract our share of these possible results by continuing to grow many out-of-state members of the Na

I itself to the problems brought to light in newcomers we must provide adequate housing Inferior varieties without ever testing --J 2 tional Masonic Camping family Travelers camping Inc., a I

\ the gas plant rezoning hearings, and have and, above all jobs. the suggested varieties would like to publicly thank group Chief of

i something to show in the way of industrial Most seeds are treated with Police Jimmy Bowen Assistant Chief
sites when and if we are approached by or can BETh LEHEM. Pa.. Jan. 26-The Harold Crews and members of the
When Industry seeks a new location, it chemicals to reduce injury and decay retirement, effective January 31, of
Starke Police for their
entice an industrial to locate here.It caused insects and diseases.These Department
prospect usually wants to move-in a hurry. If a com by Emmett K. Perryman, Jr., many courtesies, police protection,
chemicals and shouldbe
I munity has nothing to show as a possible site handled are with poisonous Such treated administrative manager executive escort and handling of traffic to safeguard -
is hoped that renewed interest in attracting it cannot be competitive with cities and towns seeds are not to be care.eaten under any sales Bethlehem Steel Corporation the 19 trailers and motor homes

,, industry and a better understanding of that have already developed industrial parks, circumstances. Keep them out of the has been announced by Thomas li. when entering and leaving the Starke .:
Mohr assistant to
how to go about this, as well as meeting the or at least own suitable tracts of undeveloped; reach of children. executive sales. vice-president. 34.State Farmers Market on February

necessary requirement when and if we hit pay land that can be quickly converted to the need-
Also thanks' to Bob Allen,
Interest nd activity is picking Inpreparation Perryman's 32-year-career managerof
dirt will result from the seminar held here up
i ed use. But if an industry knocks at the door for our 1979 Bradford with the steel firm has been in the Starke State Farmers Market.
I Wednesday afternoon sponsored by the Divi- and we have nothing to offer, it is too late then County Fair. The Fair Association executive sales at corporate for his cooperation and use of their
sion of Economic Development of the State to scurry' around and try to find a suitable has met several tunes, and has made headquarters in Bethlehem.A parking lot: to J.D. Odom of Sports :
l Department of Commerce. location. plans for several Improvements at man's World Restaurant,for the good j
s their facilities this native of Starke Perryman is the food served entertainment and out. :
I year. son of the late Judge E.K. Perryman standing service shown each of these :

Staged for the benefit of an eight-county Not only the City Council, but the Chamber' Some of these will be an improve- Sr., and Mrs. Lois Peek Perryman. members; to Bob Ferguson of the -
area in North Central Florida the seminar ad of Commerce, and the Development Authority ment In the livestock area especially lie attended Emory University and Bradford County Telegraph for his :
received his bachelor
I dressed such marltetin in the swine section and livestock of science news coverage and photos of the :
matters the would do well to this
as approach problem with
a facilities.For degree in engineering from the U.s. event; and to the fine citizens of :
munity's! assets, effective handling of industrial united front to bring about a solution at the washing Naval Academy in 1944. lie was Starke for your kindness that enabled :

I prospects, community analysis and earliest possible date. the first time in several years honorably discharged from the U.S. these visitors to leave with a warm ;
we have more livestock entered than Navy in 1948 with the rank of. spot In their hearts for this fine city. :
lieutenant (J.g.).
there Is space for. This was brought
'i .. about by the increased interest in/-Hand He Joined Bethlehem In January Martha 4 P.T:Wright,Jr. ;,
Fewer Commercials : FFA beef and dairy breeding 1947 and through the yean advancedto 1757 Temple,Lot 16 i'
k :1 animals.and an increase in entries various positions until his Starke,FloridaSERVICEMEN 5
'.* the swine show and sale. appointment in 1969 as administrative .

In View Children TV \ manager. !
Ii for : ;". I'll talk later about the number and Perryman and his wife.June and
; ;' kinds of livestock we have entered. In son. Robert, reside in Bethlehem butplan
the meantime, you are assured that to relocate to Florida shortly. Spy.4 Kenneth McKinney :

Every now and then there is a glimmer of minutes per hour, and in January 1981 to 6.5 Oa Duty In Korea,, :.
,; light through the wasteland of television Junk minutes per hour. c CAMP GARRY OWEN. Korea :

programs and inane commercials. Rlq (AlfTNO Jan :30-Spec. 4 Kenneth B. -'
Parents burdened with paying huge dental McKinney, son of Mr. and Mrs. ;
bills to repair:youthful teeth should be grateful mili iqhJ Charles B, McKinney, Starke :
network recently announced that it
that instead of commercials beseeching recently) .completed the Primary -
will reduce the time for
commercials during Leadership Course at Camp Carry >
children to eat more candy bars or sugar-
the weekend morning children's O o Owen, Korea r
programming coated cereal the youngsters will soon be The course develops leadership, '-
20 cent the
by over next two
per years and bearing about the importance of fewer sweets cf7CN BOB a FERGUSON JOHN M, MILLER supervisory and mana riaIappropriate' skills :
fill' some of that time with constructive and the strength-building effects of a well- .. ,14 ;, .. to shop or office
messages on health and nutrition. The rest of balanced, diet. Publishers environments for soldiers in grades
the "free time" will be used for public announcements E-4 and E-5 who have been selected by
and general informa It would undoubtedly encourage the TV networks 4 Published each Thursday and entered as geond Class Matter commanders as having potential)
I to become, or advance as,
tion. to make more sensible decisions like al the Post Office at Stark.. Fla. under Act of March 3,1879. noncommissioned; officers.It .
I I this if parents would take the time to write let- to designed to train combat

I Currently, the total amount of commercialtime ters protesting programs and commercialsthey Subscription rats h pads ws.. *7 Per Yean '4 Six Months support, combat service support and
in children's weekend is think are detrimental to their children's combat arms personnel not eligible to
programming Outside trade area: '8 Per Yean '4'* Six Months attend the Primary
8.5 minutes of network and oDe minute of mental and physical health, and commendingthem Noncommissioned Officer Course-

commercial time per hour. Starting in when they show something worthy of I Combat Arms.McKinnev .
I, January 1980. the number of ABC network praise, such as ABC's proposed commercial Phone 064-6305 Starke. Florida ** wife, Sun, .is with him
will be trimming. in Korea.i .
commercial minutes decreased to 7.5

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Page 1"% TELEGRAPII pe1.U.IOAITUMIES .1. .. ,

I II I I IJJIIII 1111 Pine Level Youth,Visit Liberty College.

Last WMMdur afternoon a gram. actual classroom sessions, meeting
Of five Jr.-.. boys from die PiM L.B.C. students and faculty,.Mid worshipping
Mart E.BaIIIW.D )In.Celia V.Reddlag.N Level) Baptist Church along with their in the Sunday morateg servicoofThomas -
Youth Director left Starke for an ox- Road BaptJai Church
Mark E Battle. ae 33,was killed Mrs.Celia V. Redding age M,died cttfang vWt to Liberty Baptist College which will be televised bore to I about
Saturday ntghf In an auto accidentnear in the Bradford County Hospital in t frHLiWORT in Lynehfcurg. Virginia. for College three weeks on the "Old-Time Gospel
Lawtey. He lived in Lake Worth Starke Friday night following a long For A Weekend." Liberty Baptist College Hour"The
Fla.,and was visiting relatives la this illness. Mrs. Redding was the widow la the largest and fastest. growingChristian
area. Mr. Baulk was born in Ft Ben- of Henry F. Redding. She was a American and ta
ning. Ga., June 39. .. He was a lifetime resident of the Lawtey area DATOiF PRAYER Mor.2 an extension college of the ministries of Lynchburg group Sunday had afternoon, but dud
Craft Supervisor for a heavy construction born December 21. 1884. She was a T Thomas Road Baptist Church where to a severe snowstorm they were

Survived company.by his wife, Sandra Church.member of the Evergreen Baptist World Day of Prayer will be held Preceding the service there will be. Dr. Jerry Fararell ia I the pastor. stranded there, and were unable to
Larsen Bailhe; I daughter Nickie Survived by 6 leis Ellery Redding Friday March 2. at 11 a.m. at St. a Fellowship Hour from lOon a.m.Mark's The college, located at the foot of leave until Monday morning. The
and the Blue Ridge Mountains extends to
Come have coffee with the worst in the
Episcopal Church. us. snowstorm was
Baillie of Lake Worth; his parents. of Lake Qty Horace and Arthur Red Juniors Seniors and school
with ten
of the college over
Gerald and BaiUte of Starke 2 both of Rev. history
Kay ; ding Lawtey, Charley graduates the opportunity to visit the
sisters.Ginger and Jill Bai hse,both of Redding of Raiford Lowe Redding of SERVICEMANJOHNS 11 11111111111 school for a weekend. of snow.
Gainesville. Starke and Herbert Redding of The young people participated in
A memorial service was held at Green Cove Springs; 1 brother, An- St.Mark's Church college socials. attended the basketball Those who were in the group from
3:00: p.m. Monday. Feb. 19, in the drew Wilkinson of Lawtey; sister.. RECEIVES MEDAL games and enjoyed a Christian Starke Included Lonnie Davis,
Starke First Presbyterian Church Mrs. Rebecca Chesser of Jacksonville Meritorious service at Homestead Schedule for the week of Feb.22-28. concert Richard Milner, TImmy Jones Ran-
with Dr Jack Hand officiating. ; 20 grandchildren; 33 great AFB Fla. has earned the U.S. ASir They also had the opportunity of dy Gonzalez, Ken Gockley: and; their
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in grandchildren; and 8 greatgreatgrandchildren. Force commendation Medal for Staff Satarday-tt: 10:00: a.m., Convoca. visiting the chapel service, attending youth director, Don Hallgren,
charge of the serviceS.In Sergeant Stephen L.Johns,son of Mr. tion Meeting. Live Oak.
her of flowers, donations shouldbe Funeral services were held at 2:30 and .Mrs. M.L. Johns Jr. of RL 1,
-23 8:30
made to the Presbyterian Church Feb. 18,in the DeWitt C. Lake Butler. : a.m. .. Holy --
Building Fund. Jones Funeral Home Chapel with Sergeant Johns a command and ':45 a.m.= Church: School W :cEILECEE: : QEa irH aVUJ o rnr(
11:00: a.m. Morning Prayer, 6:30: .
Rev. James Saunders and Rev. Cecil control technician, was presented the p.m.E.Y.C.
Crawford officiating. Interment was medal at Bernstein AB, Germany, Supper. STARKE RADIATOR SERVICEThe
Monday-M: 7:00 Youth Choir.
:Michael G.Barklr}.:II in the family plot in Long Branch where he now serves with a unit of tU.S. p.m.
7:30 Adult Choir.
Cemetery, near Maxville. Air Force in Europe for 4 yrs. TII p.m.sday.Z7s 5:30: to 7:30 Working Folks' Radiator Service)
Michael G.Barkley.,age:U,of Jacksonville The sergeant is a 1971 graduate of p.m. (
was killed in a water skiing Bradford High School. E.Y.C. Pancake Supper.
accident on Black Creek near Green Mrs. Ro.a Slbley.N Wednesday-28: 10:00 a.m. and 7:30 RADIATORS CLEANED REPAIRED RODDED RECORED
Cove Springs Thursday' afternoon. Funeral services will be held at 2 Esau Bright Earns p.m. Holy Communion. Litany & Imposition
Born in:New burg :New 1 ork, Dec 10. p.m. Friday Feb. 23,for Mrs. Rosa L. Air Assault Badge of Ashes. Open Mon. Frt. 6:30: 10:00: EVENINGS ONLY
197. Mr Barkley worked overseas Slbl y. 94, of McRae who died Monday Pvt. Esau C. Bright. III. whose
for the past S years as a technician Feb. 19, after a long illness. father lives on Route 1, Lawtey. I ... Sat. All Day 800.5:00; :
representative for an oil company.. He Born March 24. 1884. Mrs. Sibley recently: was presented the Air
was an Army veteran of the\Vtnamwar. lived most of her life in the McRae Assault Badge upon graduation from PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH: Sun. By Appointment Only
a member of the American area. She was a member of the the Air Assault School at Fort Campbell Sunday Morning: Radio Broadcast Service
So For Co/npfete Prol taion l Radiator And Cooling System
Legion and the VFW. and was a Gadara Baptist Church. Ky.Trainees. i WPXE 8:35, Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Methodist Survivors include one son, M.L. learned to rapidly and Morning Worship 11 a.m. A Repair. Come By.
Survived by his parents Robert A. Sibley of McRae, a Starke police officer safely exit a helicopter from a variety Sunday Evening Adult Choir
and Margaret StruigfeUow Barkley of ; a sister Mrs. Mae Hall of of difficult situations. Whether Rehearsal 5:30: Training Time 6:30, LOCATED AT CORNER OF 301 A m>. 10 Or Cill 94-9U0

Jacksonville; 1 son Darren M. Cocoa; three grandchildren, six descending into tree tops or lowering Evening Worship 7 p.m. FREE COOLING SYSTEM INSPECTION
Barkley of Jacksonville. 2 sisters, great-grandchildren and one great- themselves or injured soldiers down Wednesday evening: Mid-week ,
Mrs Margo Thompson of Green Cove greatgrandchild.Services sheer drops the graduates are highly Service 7:30, Adult Choir Rehearsal OVER 32 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Spnngs and Mrs. Beverly Hollod of will be held in Gadara proficient. 8:30.:
:Neptune Beach; and his grand. Baptist Church with Rev. Leamon
mother. Mrs. Mabel Stringf IIo",'. of Ward officiating. Burial wiu follow in
Starke Gadara Cemetery under direction of

a m Funeral Sunday services,Feb. 18 were in the held DeWitt at 1100:C. DeWitt Keystone C.Heights.Jones Funeral Home of .0- .." .. . .. ,. .. 00. . .... .. .... c. .. ... ," "c. .. ,... ,", .. .... .. ,. .. .. h' ." .

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with Rev LeRoy Olive officiating m v i I a t
Burial was in Dyal Cemetery :.Mr.ParnellTon.s7'

William Harold"Bill" Pribble Mr. Parnell Tyson of Starke, died
William Harold "BUI" Pnbble. age Sunday morning in the Bradford
60. died Friday at his home in County Hospital after an apparent 1 p .1
Keystone Heights following a brief illness heart attack.Born .
Mr Pnbble had lived in the in Jasper Fla., Mr. Tyson lived
Keystone Heights area for the past 10 in Palatka before moving to Starke A
years coming from Jackson ii a. Mr. fifteen years ago. He is retired from t
Pnbble was born Apnl .. 1918 in the county road department in Put
Jonesborol: illinoIs. and formerly nam and Bradford Counties. He is a r
operated the Handiman Appliance in member of the CongregationalHoliness : ;'::? :' -: 'fi: WtfrsfKf'KJ
Gainesville. Church. Survived by his wife. Inez Pnbble Survivors include his wife, Mrs. mm
of Keystone Heights. I daughter. Mrs Ollie Tyson of Starke: one son, Cleon
Mary Capo. St. Augustine. 2 step Tyson of Palatka one daughter, Mrs.
daughters. Mrs. Ann Wtusenant and Doris Adams of Palatka; one sister,
Mrs Brenda Hughes, both of Mrs Rachel Hodge of Jacksonvilleand U.S. NO. RUSSET LARGE FANCY
Keystone Heights. 3 sons. William H. four grandchildren.. ''LB BAG
1 PnbNe. Jr. Jacksonville. Charles Funeral services were held Tuesday TOMATOESPOTATOES
Thomas Pnbble. Keystone Heightsand in the Archer-Tanner Funeral CUCUMBERS BAKING ,
Donald Paul Pnbble. Jackson. Home with Rev David Hodges officiating 9ft SAVE 2M
I ville. 2 step-sons. Tommy Tnest. Interment followed in ; @ A POUND 49
Keystone Heights and Leon Tnest. Palatka Memorial Gardens under the E 30d
Lakeland I brother. James Pnbble. direction of Archer-Tanner Funeral
Anna. m. 3 sisters. Mrs. Mane Home. i PACKED FRESH DAILY COUNTRY STAND .. .
I Rinehart. Jacksonville Mrs. Agnes .r- iSL'AW'' ORSALAD SNOWHITEMUSHROOMS SAVE 2Oti
Federman. )lO'OI .aqua. Ill. and Mrs. MIl I 1 I SUNNY DELIGHT .
May Bndges. Milburn. Ky and 8grandchildren. CITRUS TOMATOES
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pm on Monday. Feb. 19. in the 89 CELLO 49c
DeWitt C Jones Chapel in Keystone HALF GALLON ,. a'" PKGL OF 6
Heights with Rev Joseph Allinder officiating. TEMPLEORANGES
Interment was in Hope

Floyd L. Bantam.*, youth and counselors 2 CELLO i 49
enjoyed an afternoon of skating last SAO [ HADISIIES
Floyd L. Barnum. age 70. of Starke. Sunday afternoon. 1 SAVE 1"RED sAre Zed
died at his home Saturday afternoon The group left the church at 1:30: SAVf M
Born in Walker.Ala..on June 20.1908.Mr p.m. and went to the Skating Palacein BLISS 4 s $100 8/$100 CELLOBAQ lOc
Barnum had fated in the Starke Gainesville. They returned to the POTATOES e _
area for the past 16 years He was an church at 6 p.m. for their .
Army veteran of WW II. member of per served by Mrs. Marba Whit 5ft.c Mi.. mar A nets ooo n M.nea as rice nm.rtm.a i.r.ovwrnrv MMTI auaeat5

the Moose Lodge of Starke and w as of and Mrs. Ruth Johns. LB SAO nose EXTRA FANCY 80 SIZE WESTERN
the Baptist Faith. Attending the yough on the skating .RED DELICIOUS Q
Survivors include: 4 sons.J D.. Ind.. trip were Mr. and Mrs. Don Denton, FRESH CRISP ."" J D'AuJOU.
Jimra). Texas. George and Steve of Mrs. Carolyn Eaves and Mrs. Phyllis 2 1 La SENECA APPLES -
Baltimore. Md.. 1 brother. L.G Bar Folsom. CELLO R2odE I ftAGS PEARS
num. 1'a. 2 sisters. Mrs Magdlene 16 3f.
Brown and Mrs Katrina Forren.bothof The Methodist Church will be form- 39c "tOQ :WSlJj lj $199.
W'a ing a Softball team to play in the city CARROTS APPLEJUICE TO A BAG POUND- <39
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Feb 19 at 10'30 a m in the and there is no maximum age. All interested *
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Leroy Olive officiating Interment the youth group are encouraged to attend PER POUND*
followed in Crosby Lake Cemetery an organizational meeting to beheld YELLOW PANTRY PRIDE
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in charge February 25, at 7:30 p.m. John ONIONS 13 Cu WAFFLE
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Starke.' Florida from 3 to 4 p m.The program will con CHEF SIZE
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7:30 p m Sunday Worship Service years old are encouraged to attend. '
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:'!right 4th at State Wrestling BHS 13th a Y"" "dlu..".1'.; ita' ,',.;'It".t ,j'lI' ", ti". Jjfr "" ","""' i l, '

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'. Bradford "lab's wrestlers scored a points and third with
f was a The 142 pounder eased
'1'. It3th place>> finish at the state AAA mat 70.S team ........tt. Throw in fourth slon over Ronald Bray, tollf"S 3 0
1 ,"y. Championships: in Fort Myers .last place finisher Tampa Catholic, 87.5. In the first round before
Y1.kend!? with two TornadoesAfllhony and the Gulfcoast's dominance is
:<*IIt'> in 1:03: by Tampa CathoUc%, Gary
'o Bright and Martin S ocum-- even more evident.. Nine of the 13 individual Bartlett who went on to wife mil Second .
placing in the top four of their I
weight champs came from one of consecutive state UUc'Brlohtfought
classes those four schools with 10 champs the 4
back all
the through
"'";'It d'The BHS way
t showing In the event coming from that region. Palatka wrestlebacks. He manhandled Larry .
> 'dominated '
<"'v the Florida as usual by teams from scored 61 point to finish fifth to lead Long of Hallandale 13-1,''decistoned '.1.
Southwest was doused a North Florida schools Alachua Santa
-I. Bobby Moore of Buchholz 3-0, and
bit; because
i"i Tornado senior Henry Fe was sixth 46.5, Daytona Seabreeze then took third place with a 10-1 decision
.. Pete suffered an ankle sprain In the eighth, 33.S, and Clay's regional runs over Rick Romeo of Vanguard.In .
.meet's second round and was knocked nerups way down in the list with only the finals Bartlett pinned Maury ..
out of contention for additional team 2 team points ("that was a shocker! Vanderpool of Seabreeze in 1:25.
points and individual honors. said BUS coach Ronnie Harris). Slocum also was kayoed In the second I.j
Bright was the top Tornado finisherat s<' j
round the eventual pound
earned21pointsinrthestate-wide by 123 '
;\, ,''.. ford the state meet with his third place champ before earning a place in the 1 1iI
".'meet. Fort Myers piled up 92 points to showing. After a disappointing fourth wrestlebacks. Martin John j
',..;:,, win Its second straight state title,out. place at the region meet Bright ended Scheney Tampa Catholic 8-3 by before Martin Slocum placed fourth In the jI I
distancing three other teams from the his senior season with a 25-2 record by being pinned by title-winner Derek 123 pound class In Fort Myers.
Myers area for the championship winning four of five matches in Fort Porter ((31-1) of Titusville Astronaut, ,
Sebring took second with 87 Myers.
In 1:4S.: Slocum beat Pat Car
,. Tracey really felt sorry for Henry this was ,
t dinal Newman
10-2( and beat SantaFe'l
the year he wanted to win state. ,.'
Tim Miles by retirement default "McNeal beat In the round
got next
DWIGHT SLATER'S' before losing by pin to Eric ( U2'u-; :;:
by eventual winner Brian ,
Shlmerl Tornado four of five the
: Alnscough Punta Gorda Charlotte, in ) Anthony Bright! an lop won e. ( I
Naples, by pin) BO Henry was finished
[ the third place match. Porter went on for the tournament." AAA wrestling meet to take third place.in .
to win with easy 9-1 and decisions..
Pete ended his season with a 21-2
Open Food & Seat l .S.301 3.A Slocum ended his senior year 244. record. beating,Tallahassee Lincoln's Lee then ripped defending champ Randall
: 7AM12PM.. Henry Pete, thought of by many as Alan Montgomery, BHS' 129 pound Green 4,0 in the finals. Boyt of Palatka 10-2( in the finals to
Walnut St Bradford's best hope for a state man, also fell in the second round. Tornado heavyweight Allen Scott, complete 26-1 season.
champ, cruised Into the second roundof Montgomery struggled past Duane the only junior of the five Tornado
OIL' the 159 pound division with a second Cumpton, Aquinas, by tiebreaker In state entrants, was bumped out in the Pop Terry of Santa Fe won the 189
MOTOR PEPSI period pin of Vince Hurst, Ft. Lauder. the first round. The two ended regula first round in losing to Tyrone Mc. pound class with a 9-8 win over Chris
!i $f 39 dale Aquinas, but the senior grappler lion time tied 6-6,and were knotted 4-4 Cloud, Belle Glades Central, by a slim Murray, Apopka, and Johnne!
3 Ots $| 29 tax befell a frustrating defeat in the second in overtime with Montgomery winning 5-4 count. Santa Fe's Leon Hickmanwas Givens Palatka, took second at 101
i 16 OZ. round and was eliminated. Pete because Cuitipton had been warn a surprise winner In the losing his first match of the year in
i Plus Tax 8 Pk. a Dep was leading Todd McNeal, Cocoa, 2-0( ed for stalling. Okeechobee's Emery heavyweight class. Only 21S pounds the finals to Chris McGinley, Fort
early in the second period and startedon Kaulerson, the eventual third placer, Hickmaif still pinned New Smyrna Myers, by 0-3 decision to round out
'i Borden's ALL BRANDS BEER bottom. In trying to score a reversal then ended a 20-4 season for Mon Beach's 483 pound Robbie Corwin and area top placers.
the muscly Tornado sprained his tgomery with 13-3 second round win.
4179 $"100 Case right ankle. Tampa Catholic's phenomenal Glenn
MILK! Gal. U "That really limited him," said Goodman took first In the classification. .
f' Over Cost. BHS coach Ronnie Harris, who watched The junior won his third straight BHS Lifters Gainesville Even J
McNeal go on to a pin in 4:38, "I state title and 78th consecutive match

The Tornadoes tied Gainesville Highto
share the win in a home weightlifting
trl.meet that also included Baker County
Wednesday, Feb. 14.
--. BUS and GIIS scored 27 points each to
edge the Baker team, which finished with
24 puinu.
First place performances by Lin Davis,
Charles Yeomans and Randy Thompsontopped
the Tornado effort. Davis stayed
unbeaten in the 132 pound category with
a total lift of 410 pounds,good!enough fora
1 1I
I comfortable win though 25 pounds. off
his personal beet Yeomsns won the 181
pound division with a 520 total and
; Thompson clean and jerked 270 poundsto iiPr

U__ : :. : '_. class.total 590 in winning the 198 pound

: : : : Other Tornado ,
:. scorers were: Bobby ,
Marlin and -
Timmy Jones who scored --
CIa1ME seconds and Mark Jones, Alton Moore, 1:12: pound elghlliflrr Lin Davis Is. the
s and Mike Ricks, with third place show. only unbeaten. Tornado eghl! man.
ingv. The Hophomitrr stretched his. win streak
r last a...k In a trl-mrrl against. Ualneavllle

CENTER CUT BEEFSIRLOIN FRESH PORK Summary 114 Williams, M, 320, Martin. and llukir Counl)'.
B, 155-ISO( .305.
123.WIIU"m... G. 345, Sanders, M, 315,
SPARE Kicks, B, 165143303. Thompson.. B. 310270580. Pyatl. G.
1J2,Davis. 8. 225-185-410. Bennett, M, 525, Cravey M, 423.
/ 3UO Robinson. G, 3TJ. ? Hyy..Sliekland, G, 553, Small G, &45,
148 Butler G. 4fiO. Johnson. M. 440,"M.:<'' Khoden. M, 525.
S.I'IAR.IBS' .Jones,, R, 240.100.4:JO. ,> .
165 (ir..n. M, 865. T. >Jones. ]gJJ2'2WT ..wI0. ""ihl'"i ill 811f11. ofIf /"
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9 .181 Yeomans, B, 290,230-:520\ home Wednesday, Feb.. 21, with slartlnK
Stoutamire. M,495. lime 3 p.m.. '

Bradford High's scheduled golf
CENTER CUT opener against Gainesville Buchholzwas
MORREL'S SMOKED d Oscar Mayer '-- postponed to be rescheduled
PORK SLICEDBOLOGNA U $169 because the Tornadoes didn't have
'L P110. WEAVE enough golfers eligible to compete in
CHOPS, the dual match.
The scratch moved the BUS opener
IAYI $199 ,20d $139.' SKILLET back to Wednesday Feb 28, againstthe had only two golfers with eligibility
IOE A LS ) t PKQ a. same team-Buchholz- in paperwork and flied on the
BRAND Gainesville instead of at the Starke eve of the scheduled first match The
Mu inM1>nieis OOOD,""R..MS n taw KID.....is.,u.S OUAMTITK DIOHTS,Muv SLICED BREAKFAST Golf and Country Club where the Tornadoes also have a road match
Tuesday, Feb. 20, opener was against Clay Monday, March 5, and
DEAN'S BACON scheduled visit Baker Wednesday,March 7,next
GRILL Golf coach Warney Adkinson said week.NURSERY .
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Oh, what a week it was and what a ing to Gainesville Buchholz 38-49 and third quarters killed us," Adkin the third pafedlr Ee ........r
,. a t season It's beenlBradford' Monday. son said 'they outscored us 33-17 in BHS played hot l ,,'w.
Tornadoes ended tta the middle quarters.That's A late gm run at the = U
? regular basketball season with the. Uuclih l4H-KIIS3b the first time I've ever kepta short for Tenuidoctv, '
worst BUS varsity record since; the The Tornadoes came out hustling, team out there shooting free throwsat the third and(purta* "
of 1971 the half," Adkinson added with a Cedric Gondit&.w& of. i
1-18 campaign as they lost scrapping and with fire in their eyes '
three games last week to close out for the last game of the regular chuckle, "but there was" no excuse for points Kevin In Miller th....,bucketed w'.l* poinalbr '
to lose that
but didn't have an for the game.
618.The young Tornado five now takes rim season as horrendous free eye throw Bobcat John Allen hit for 15 pointsto BHS with Bd! Hamilton a
aim at Palatka in the opening roundof shooting combined with poor shootingfrom lead all scorers. while Shell canned ,
the District 5-AAA tourney In the field to let Buchholz off the 13 for BUS and Hamilton added 12, 11/"*'-:'A< .
Palatka Gametlme is 8:30: Friday hook early in the Bobcat win. hitting five of six foul shots The Tornado ,)wtRf. ..ad.w..r.P.N.4M.Iw.lkw
with district favorite Clay High The hungrier Tornadoes Jumped In- 8-17 free throw performance ..f.,1s,.C..w Mab_s4.....1..1.1.4,*.......MISW... 1.1.1....-,IP..1is&ar..e..l.',
meeting St. Augustine at 7 p.m. to 6.2 and 8-4 leads by getting all the overshadowed (undershadowed) a M..1b 'hoII"II 1-14.7..N Ir44...
Clay carries a 25-3 record and loose balls in a turnover-marred first nearly as poor IS for 48 field goal 61i. ,' '1t.1\' '
number three AAA ranking into the quarter With just over five minutes shooting night that computes to 31 ,t. .t ''
tourney while St. Augustine was 13-11 gone in the game the screeching percent total. 51'-BWI3';-.. ): ij,
and Palatka 6-15 as of this writing. rives of point guard Frazier Bass .. 3
s.hh.N 4 it till If
BUS lost both encounters with both against Buchholz's pressure man-to ar.ahd 1 S II IS.. .. The TornaAies trtUM by just: eb H "
Clay and SA while handling Palatka man put BUS in a bonus situation, ___ '.'is. is. ...dip. .....? points at the end.!the