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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 7, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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UTILITY RATE INCREASE SUGGESTED
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Starke Hurtioff Financiallv. City Clerk Warns"We're


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In bad shape financially" City Clerk Merrill Edwards
told commissioners at the regular Tuesday night- for bond a rate trustees to make their own utilites rate study and call over Developer Albert Longchamp's plans for the subdivision 111,900 was quoted to rewire the Jenkins center install
Feb increase. "We don't need a $30,000 rate study." accepting his plan only after It that the doors and windows install
3, meeting, advlsklng all department heads and commissioners Saying Starke has was stipulated a suspended ceiling, improvethe
of the
to top spending altogether, slate Edwards one lowest utility rates In the plat be rearranged and a portion of Walnut Street clo ed. siding and roofing, and repair the floor and front
with said the city must bring their rates In line to Originally.Longchamp had houses facing the backyards of canopy. The final bid was $4,370 higher than the original
keep up inflation. other homes Now houses will face Thompson and Clark base bid of 7530.
Saying he didn't want to bring lade Edwards told commissioners Streets. Grants Coordinator Jerry Wadsworth said if extra money

all the bills a which mistake amounted had been to when. a clerk mailed "Our surcharge does not allow enough of a cushion to Commissioners also accepted the zoning board's recommendation Is available, more work on the center will be done such as
$61,894. hedge against inflation" Edwards pointed out. that property belonging to Ralph Bryan and Installing air conditioning and heating
from"We our only federal had 119.217 in the bank." I had to borrow $40,000 The last utility rate hike, Edwards said, was passed on to W.C. Powell located between Old Lawtey Road and the Agreed to hire Steve Courson the city's dog catcher.
revenue funds, said Edwards adding residential consumers back in 1973. Commercial users saw railroad be rezoned from A (Agriculture: ) and RI-A Silcox said after much discussion on the dog situation the
$21,000 was taken. from a contingency. fund out the utilities a rate hike in 1977. (residential) to RI-C. The RI-C zoning pares down the lot city should just hire Courson and then take it from there.
revenue. After much discussion: Mayor-Commissioner Vernon sizes from 19,000 square feet to 7.SOO square feet Commissioner He said the city could find an old pick-up truck for the dog
Edwards that the Slice asked that Issue be dropped and the commission Wilbur Waters declined to vote, dUng conflict of interest catcher and a dog pound could be built with scrap material.
explained its bills
comes In, not all at one time.city Shaking pays his head as he money laid move onto other matters. No decisions were made.In since he is doing work for Bryan and Powell Police Chief Jimmy Bowen pointed out the dog pound is
-A contract was awarded to Lake Homes, Inc.,of Starke, nonfunctional: because someone tore down the fence.
didn't know how the city was going to pay this month's bills.: other bullnCommlsaioners_: for the renno\ration of the
\ Jenkins Recreation Center In the "There's no use in putting the dogs in there-they get out
"We have $814 left in the federal fund and
revenue wewon't -
unanimously the Reno "
accepted
area.
zoning just as soon as we put 'em In, Bowen said
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wards get said.Edwards anymore. until April when we get $19,000," Ed- board's recommendation for the replatting of Knight's Subdivision ; Lake Homes a subdivision of Longchamp, Inc. were the It was suggested that since the pound needs to be rebuilt
off US-301. low bidders'for the work which will be funded by the that It be moved to the old location at the dumpsite. Silcox
recommended again that the city request the The Planning and Zoning Board had thoroughly worked $310,000 Housing and Urban Development grant. A price of said the city would "cross that bridge when we come to It.."

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Thoughts of a sewer system again each home, and to pump the effluent,
popped into the heads of Lawtey councilmen which would contain no solids, to a
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........ when Commissioner Marvin central treatment plant e
Rosier reported Monday night that a design since no solids are involve
HA-PPY ., -' new, cheaper system which works off
VII L f._ ._. septic tanks is in operation. in. South the It cost can of be a constructed conventional at 1/3 to 1/2

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treatment
system,according to information
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gained by Clay County
I. : .." ; ( Gaines,. who gave Rosier the letter authorities who visited General
., ,69" from Clay County official who have
{ Development Utilities, Inc. at Port
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Lucie.
- .."....... ; Utilities ftic. Port $t).ucle FL, said Lawtey turned down a .!
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" .tii.l'.hn Wednesday morning that Paul\ Kloser as too expensive.
" "'; i Message for the Hostages of General Development Utilities The new system is approved"for i
Inc. will be at a Lawtey council federal grants and loans through the
This seven year old class at First Baptist Church holds the'I Moot long ValeraBeth McKlnney. Kathy Walker Cindy Davis. Theresa Guthrie and Michelle meeting Friday Feb. 22. at 7 jp.m. to Environmental Protection Agency for I
tine's card they made lo send to the American hostages In Iran. Chastain: back row. I. to r.. Donnie Francis. Scott Duncan, Darren Boyd. Ronald explain the new type system. single home to several thousand con- I
Zurfluh. Rusty El>Prle, David Floyd and Mel Summrrlin. Teachers of the class The new system uses a 4-inch PVC nections
The children are: front row, left to right. Missy Michaels. Michelle Phillips. are Christie Redding. Charlene Francis, and David Canvva.73T pipe to draw the water off septic tanks The information came to Bradford
via a 1/3-horse power sump pump at County from Clay authorities at the
request of Bradford Zoning Director
L.M. Gaines who read of the new
system in the newspaper, and inquired

rho *wn WristClerk Disgusted, Commissioners Irked as TV-4 irs[ Problems "It sounds of Clay good health to me.officials.I'm very ex-

cited about it," says Gaines "I hope

A television series Starke's governmental problems airing on Channel 4, on and on-more they probably wanted mAll etc I *. I wanted toexplaln the situation" they can use It," he added, referring
WJXT-TV, this week has commissioners irked and the city: clerk disgusted. the commissioners were In agree lent with Silcox, saying WJXT should to Lawtey,
L Mayor.Commissioner Vernon Silcox announced he resents the Information look into their own problems within Jack tsonville! Gaines says Kloser has agreed to
Channel 4 is airing. "I have received numerous calls by zens assuring me they support the city meet with Clay officials, and that he,
aey government." said Commissioner Harold i Epps. He added that Starke is no dif- Gaines, plans to attend that meeting
I ..tJ "There are capable people in power here and we're doing the best we can with ferent from any other city in the type of problems. Epps also noted that Starke to find out more about the new
what we have" says Commissioner Silcox. was not responsible for the execution ol>r John Spenkienink at Florida State system. -
WJXT has developed a five-part series on the large problems of a small town. Prison and that country music is not the only kind of music played here. T.W. Baker wrote a letter to the
According to WJXT, problems included: are the outdated city charter with its Commissioner Wilbur Waters express racist: ordinances; the Inefficient power plant with its $100,000-a-year repair received was second,hand. He said the ci its hall offices were always open and copy of that letter was sent to Brad
costs; and the broken wa ter meters which are costing the city nearly $300,000 a commissioners always available. ford's Gaines, who gave the letter to
year in lost revenue "Well. I find the whole thing disgusting," snorted Edwards. Lawtey councilman Rosier.
Silcox emphasized he has nothing to hide from the press and was happy to Edwards said the interview portrayed i iras I the series was not nearly as in-depth The new system works by using I
talk with WJXT's Glenn Kleiman However, Silcox said he didn't appreciate it actually was. "They can edit as mud h as they like, but I just want to make septic tanks for predigestion of solid
being forced to answer his questions with a yes or no. "But that's okay I talked It clear that it's not the whole picture." waste. The 1/3-HP pump carries the ,
water from the septic tank to the
THURSDAY FEB.7thruSAT.
FEB. main treatment system. The septic

:.\ GIFTSHOPS Hospital Auxiliary LE No Gas Allocated in February for Phillips 66 St tion HereJerry field.tank The is inch disconnected main lines from are pressurized the drain

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\ At the Hospital Due to a refinery fire in Houston operator Rudolph Crawford. The Crawford has not been told. if Thompson, local civil defense by the small pumps, dispensing
Texas the local Phillips 641 service station Phillips Petroleum sales represen. Phillips 66 will try to buy gas from director and under who such energy with gravity flow and enabling the
has been notified It will receiveno tative who works the local station other companies. Phillips 66 policy problems have been assigned, says pressurized lines to be laid much
:1' Florida Southern CollegeBANDCONCERTIP.M. gas in February. says his hands are tied, .says prohibits him from buying gas from the Stale Energy Office confirmed the shallower in many places: than
'. "It's terrible." said station Crawford. other wholesales Crawford says. fire did happen. Crawford Phillip 66 necessary for gravity flow.
station on US-301 south across from The pumps are connected to the
-! -1! Covered Dish Dinner-':4S P.M. It's a real problem, Crawford says, Wendy's Is too close to other service house power and run an average of
'!J! First United Methodist County Gas Tax Due March 11 Vote of how to pay the rent without gas to stations to qualify for emergency two minutes per day. A warning light
sell to the Crawford
IJ earn rent money. fuel, Thompson says. comes on in the house if the pump -
___ .. u. keeps hoping he'll hear from Phillips malfunctions. :
4* oraoiora commissioners reauirm- while the number of gallons of gas 66 about gas from another source, but Thompson also says he has no Design of the disposal plant is simple -
ELKS
LODGE ed at their place Monday meeting sold has gone down. He estimated it as of Wednesday morning, Feb. 6, had source of gasoline for such emergencies since all solids are predigested. A
Tacky Ip.m.Deadlineto ; their plan to a one-cent gas tax costs $30,000 a mile for road repairs. heard nothing. Thompson said Crawford was 13000 gallon oreation tank, a 12,000
I on the March 11 presidential primary Shuford pointed out that the burden told the county CD director could gallon settling tank, a line pump and
ballot. of the gas tax would be carried by "It looks: like they could" find a little help, but that his county supplied pen treatment pump make up the com-
it,; Register The estimated 130,000: a year to be tourists estimating that 70 percent: of gas from somewhere. the discouraged can't invent gas. plete disposal system at the Port
For Presidential Primary generated from the tax will be used the gas In this county is bought by Crawford station operator says. In fact the county itself was unableto Charlotte plant of General Develop-
JP.M.Sal..Fell.egv4 he's been told
_t for road repairs. Chairman Dave people traveling through. Only 30 percent says get an extra load of diesel fuel whenit ment Utilities, Inc. .
,; 1d Shuford said the cost of road repairs of the gas is sold to Bradford Crawford 66 owns six refineries. was using it heavily in working on There is no sludge and no odor, :
FEB.IO doesn't know Phillipscan't
r. have why
In
+ gone up the.past 10 years residents. Flume Road. reports Baker.
10 YR. CLASS REUNION ship in gas from another
Organizational MID. refinery.It'll .
"it. 2 P.M. be a month before the Houston
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,11. First United Methodist .Berry Bloom Dead In Wake of Cold Snap refinery damaged in the fire will be' Knight Subdivision Replat Okayed I
Fellowship Hall back in operation Crawford said he s
been told.Jenkins. A preliminary replatting of a 38-lot developer originally had planned to
FEB. 11NEEDEDIt "All bloom and fruit is gone,"Brad- Wednesday, was :27 degrees In Starke subdivision near Andrews Street was leave that street open and pave that
,1\d9.fi2AY.\ ford County strawberry growers said and 30 at Camp Blandmg approved Thursday night, Jan. 31, by and two other streets. Houses will

'BLOOD DONORS yesterday In the wake of a solid week Growers said It would be at least six Center Set the Starke Planning and Zoning Com-- now face: on Thompson".IId ,Clark
of when the mission.
Chamber-of freezing temperatures weeks before another Streets
Commerce mean low temperature registered for crop of berries After city planners offered several(
start 'recommendation
can The
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Bloodmobile Will Be There the six-day period,. Friday through' producing quantity suggestions to change the subdivision also
eilll"4.1278 although "scrapping may start the For Renovation plan, ,the board unanimously accepted stipulated that Longchamp pave the
P middle of March. .If weather from streets except' Walnut Street from
I a plat
;moderates. Longcnamp Middleton to Long Streets install
TUESDAY.I"IB.12! Low bidder on rennovation of Homes. Inc. for the Knight's Subdivision ,
BUARC Meeting JO p.m. Index.., Starke lows for the past week were I i Jenkins: Recreation Center was Lake) located behind an Ice cream sewer tines and water lines, install ,
; Sunshine Acres Workshop Friday, 30; Saturday. 23. Sunday 29; Homes,. Inc., of Starke when bids shop, Powell's Dairy Freeze,. on street lights and renumber the lota. I
Monday. 23 ; and .were opened last' Thursday Jan.;31r US301. II
'Courtesy Of Two Sections Wednesday 31. Camp Banding lows. at city hall. .When members learned that some I
f' SECTION!! Al "' .. i. for the same days were 33. 23. 26, 24,. Lake quoted 17.530 as s base bid for of the,' homes in the 14-acre subdivision Democratic CommitteeWill I
a JACKSON BUILDING Society.: i... . .Pages IA-A ,35. 37. replacing electrical wiring windows would face the back yards of Meet Monday '
; .. Editorial .. .. ..Page. ..410' No rain. was recorded during the and doors, flooring and repairing the others; they devised a plan that will : .r t oj )
.' V1 SUPPLY (;Stark Legal A Real Est...,'A,1 AtA !week. '.canopy. Bids for additional work-i help Longchamp: save money by not The Bradford County Democratic
\ "i SECTION Br :1(I... pair" ;.v U ,*' ., < ,. >>. which would be done as money having to pave as much.. was called Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Monday -
H y30ta. 084-6076 Sports/V.*..k ...' ..,4.-'.*'. '. The four-daforecast received by became vailabl-were$10,048 for\uWstailaUon for lulus original plan.. In the Western Steak House. The \
Keystone' Height News. *>. ,...". ..ti\ !!'JVl. .. .h.1BI f the Forestry Service Is for continued of heating and air conditioning -' The recommendation will go to the election of delegates to the National
i Hwy too And 41.A4T34073 Oltitva'le..4.-.. .w;;. ....... oj-"sB, cold'and dry Friday; Saturday $ ,290 for Installation of exterior City with the stipulation that Convention In New York and the I
.' Classifieds. .. ..-,,-+.-7B. warmer with strong gusty winds on. siding and painting and $..-385.. for,. :Longchamp rearrange the plat to Presidential Primary on March 11,'
Sunday.)!: No rain: predicted.: rerooflng. close a portion of Walnut Street. The'' will be discussed at this time. I
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: Casey said Tuesday after .students:' with a degree of ,independence 'It take>i up.to SO days to process the
S.at the school board work :and security. ''.t, keeps f \'application. once'the school<<: ,board
that he would apply for the 'em honest,' and,you know. we all gives It approval. Green said if the
to keep them from going to want to keep up with the Joneses and board approves the request' at their
I county.The Bradford schools this helps them to keep up with their, Feb. 18 meeting the paper work will
J has been notifed the funds will peers" Green said. be sent Immediately to Tallahassee,
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: If the county does not The students, who must be enrolled "Then we. start hiring the kids. back]
i shortly;, Casey said.:, ,The full-time' and be taking some voca again." ,jt
,aid ,ithe program is tional'courses work as office aides
the school board's approved maintenance and Janitorial aides,andcafeteria 'Gaskins Jat i-'tOld The"telegraph
training program and as aides. Green said the work that he has never approved of the!
i had technical approval. to ap study program attempts to match work-study program within the schoo;
the fundsj Jobs and students according to theirSklllSI system, saying the students should be,
1 students were working In this as well as afford the opportuni able to get jobs on the.outside. just lik A
S program and Mrs. McCloud learn a vocational skill everybody else; ?
already laid them off. Students work for a year and Green '"I don't approve of paying one 8tu-,
they were disap- said they get more applicants than dent for doing work and then giving
I just told them we didn't they can handle. He said usually there another student credit only"Gaskin"
more money." are more students in the program explained.. .
were four BHS students and than this year, He mentioned that the students Iii111!
1 students on the work-: "This year we kind of stumbled. the work-study program did not haver
There have been years In the past proper supervision and several schoo,
program is designed, accor- where we've overspent but the school principals did not want the program"I
Hank Green a former direc board has always approved. our re- in their school "And that says it all II
,provide underprivileged! quest," Green said Gaskins concluded: J,




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Rec. Department 0-12 year old basketball All Mitchel Shawn Jackson.Levi Simmons Cecil Jackson; top
district tournament play with a game against row I. to r..John David Francis Charley Pelham, Roberto
cclenny stars Monday night, Feb. II. at 7:30 at the Bellamy Coach Hal Ingman Daren Chandler. Klckeyil,
Gainey not pictured Dennis DeSue. n

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Homes Destroyed by Friday Night Fires


wood frame homes were and caused considerably more number. By the time Keystone and
late Friday night in the damage," Gill commented. Melrose units arrived the home was
area as Keystone Heights Barton was alone in the house at the unable to be saved No one was homeat
Fire Department used 6,000 time of the blaze. According to a the time of the blaze. to
of water and all their equip- friend, Clyde Byrd Barton was Both residences were a total loss.b
unsuccessfully battle the asleep in the house, woke up to find and the causes of each blaze are !
t the blaze and broke out through a unknown. .j
( were no Injuries. door. He went next door to his us"I
of Clarence Barton In cousin's house where he remained un- ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Lemar til fire units arrived. ---"--_._"
of Lake Santa Fe were com Don't ..1>
get
destroyed by fire within All of KHVFD's firefighting equipment caught with your 12
of each other Friday night had responded to the Barton valuables In a shoe box ,">
fire. The department's new 1,540 when a fireproof heavy >z
gallon tanker out in service for the duty safeis III<
department received a call first time Friday night, had returnedto economical. Call The very Of- Mi
was in progress at 10:40 the fire station refilled with water fice Shop today for more 'it
Speedville, an area between and was standing by when a second Information 064$761. 119 :
.Heights and Melrose off call: reported the Judkins tire at Lake J., W."CallJ! | >tjl femk ,.,-1'i' -' )-)
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records. "One of our units, Engine 102, went
directly to the second fire since it had THE BRADFORD ,
resident, James Gill notic- 400 gallons of water left in It," COUNTY TELEGRAPH
; in the sky down the road. reported volunteer fireman Bruce Published every Thursday :
904377w2808supt. time I drove down to the McRae. at 138 W.Call Street
was engulfed; flames were Melrose Volunteer Fire Depart-- Starke Florida 32091 l
of the windows."Gill said. ment trucks responded to the Judkins
back to Walter's house and fire as well as Bradford County Second Class postage paid at I I
to call the fire department. Sheriff's deputies."We Starke.FloridaSubscription
got back to the house,' we I
sirens.The fire department received the call reporting the Rates: I
job-there was immediate Judkins fire at 11:38 p.m. and our In trade area: 19 00 per year a
McRae.I trucks arrived' at 11:41: p.m.," said '5.08 six months "t

Elecric arrived shortly Judkins' neighbors spotted the fire
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Accurate Survey'*.can be made east\, taken out but it has been'too ly In off Original track but remove the trunks that a retaining with orange)domes, the colors deter-
east the railroad its gets wall has been built around the equip- minted by city water pressure.
Miry, says veteran surveyor Merrill ment shelterto prevent water from Agreed to buy U.S. and State of
McMwan. running In,and that an overhead rack Florida flags to be on display In the
Fire Chief Bill Grouse asked theLawtey has been built to store timber and council meeting room. .
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City Commission to establish pipe and that the bed of the dump .Discussed but took: no'action to r
a town-approved survey from which truck has been rebuilt.. alter doorway and restroom r I
residents could have, their property Chairman McCulley complimentedBennett facilities to meetxurrent state law }
surveyed with accuracy. The council on erection of the retaining regarding use by the handicapped
took no action on the suggestion, but it wall, and Councilman Marvin Rosier- *Approved reclassification. to J
was subjected to a round-table discus .complimented city employee Lit Mobile Home from Rural Residenceof ,
sion.McMillan : Phillips for his work. property owned by Mervin T. .' I
who was not present at Walters, No complaints had been 4
the meeting but was contacted at his Noted need for a street light at the received from neighbors'' and the .
office in Starke says the thing for northeast corner of the school on change had been advertised Clerk .11 ,
US-301. Clerk Lucille Shuford was ." ( 1
Lawtey residents east of the railroad Shuford reported. .
tp do, is to establish a boundary asked to contact Florida Power & t. ,'" '''',dJ
agreement with neighbors. If adjoinIng Light. Agreed to extend a water line .
residents can agree on property several hundred feet to serve John
lines, a legal description can be Was told by Finance Chairman Scott, the son of Robert Scott, who ,
the property surveyed, and Robert Scott that next month the city lives on Paul Lane and SR-200B. Straight A's-It's ElementaryFifteen
drawn are then bound by the will have to"play around with" some Councilman Scott said there are
agreement. bonds that are mat g. several other families in the area that Starke Elementary student, of 178 enrolled, grade: Maria Thomas. 5th grade: Alliha Manning 2nd
Problems east of the tracks result Was told that a public hearing on want city water,when the council will made straight A's for the fourth six-weeks grading period. grade: Alex Porter, 1st grade; Jill Williams, 1st grade; and
from old maps drawn free hand and the comprehenisve land use plan of agree to run the lines. Pictured sitting around the table, left to right: Michael Andy Smith Itt grade. Standing from left to right: Robert
out of scale, and poor property Lawtey, Brooker, Hampton, and Indicated to extend Barber. 4th grade; Train Blye. 2nd grade; Chad Reddish, Thorpe. 4th grade; Shawn Blom, 3rd grade; Kelly Jackson.
descriptions: McMillan says. Bradford County Is set Tuesday, Feb. willingness llh grade; Freddy Cain, 2nd grade; Stephanie Sams, 5th 5th grade; and David Thorpe 4th grade.
water lines mobile
to a home the
Council chairman Ben McCulley, 19, at 7:30 p.m. In the county commission park
who lives east of the railroad, said he meeting room in the courthouse. council thinks Rosier is going up at the
Lawtey prison. said a fence Is
recently surveyed paid $1,000 and lost to have seven his acres property Chairman made McCulley in the first said hearing no changeswere But going up and he supposes the mobile Feb. 17 Deadline for Demos to Qualify for National ConvetionSunday I
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of land he thought he owned. that changes can stil be made if in- home park is going the fence,

Mr. and Mrs. Crouse, who live In dicated after the Feb. 19 hearing. but notified.the city has not yet been officially Feb. 17, Is the deadline for Mar. 29 to elect the delegates who will cess has been made as
,the former John Robertson home registered Democrats in order that eligible
to qualify as represent Florida at the National possible any
west of the railroad tracks said they Was told by Fire Chief Bill Crouse .Approved a change that will close candidates for delegate positions to Convention. The Second District, in Democrat can easily run.
want to have their property surveyedbut that he had met with county commissioners the city hall each Thursday after- the Democratic National Convention which Bradford County is located, Qualifying papers may be obtainedby
don't want to spend money and Maxie Carter Jr. and E.L. noon, instead of Tuesday morning, to In New York, August 11-14. will elect five delegates and three Bradford County residents by
still have a controversy about location Norman about operation of the fire coincide with local store closings. CI- alternates. The caucus will be held in writing the Bradford County
of the boundary lines. department Crouse said there were ty hall hours are 8:3O: ( to 11:30: a.m. Mrs. Lucile Green, chairman of the the Tyson Auditorium at Lake City. Democratic Committee P.O. Box
Go from the Fred Moore property two fire calls in January and the fire and from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday through Bradford County Democratic Ex- Any registered Democrat In this 1206, Starke Fla. 32091.
line, someone suggested, ''that is truck had been driven three miles. Friday, except Thursday afternoon. ecutive Committee, states that any district is eligible to attend the caucus
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known to be a good survey. registered Democrat may run for
and vote for the candidates of his or
Gave Crouse permission to purchase Was notified by Chief Crouse of the delegate in the Congressional DistrictIn her choice. ___n ,.
In other action, the council: three more beepers for new officers of the fire department. which he or she Is registered to
firemen using $327 saved in buying Crouse will begin his second term as vote. "All you have to do is fill out a Are you running out of
'Questioned a $300-plus( bill from lire hoee. chief, with David Scott serving as form that Is available from the county The delegate selection process has space to (file your
been
revised the State Committeeand
the Amoco station, but paid it after to paint the 20 city fire assistant chief. Other officers are chairman or state committee by records We have Inex-
being told it Included two batteries for hydrants the fire department will Captain Carl Norman, Lt. Ralph members, and return it by Feb. 17." is designed to Involve as many pensive storage boxes
members of the in
for
party as possible work well
city for the Chief Crouse said he Wise Jim Mrs. Greel188ld. that
equipment. pay paint. Secretary-Treasurer
order to truly represent the rank and Call and
'Heard Streets Chairman Buster ascertained from storage. today
the National
Fire Barnes
Bowman First Sgt Tommy ,
The Congressional District file of Florida Democrats. Mrs.Green let tell about them.
Bennett report that 13 trees had been Prevention Association that the Law- Second Sgt. James Waters.- us you
Caucuses will be held at 12 noon on said that the delegate qualifying pro- Office Shop. 110( W. Call

St.. 964-5764.

Lusk Sentenced to Die

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Overruling a jury's recommendation Goodall pled guilty to the charge.
Circuit Judge Osee Fagan Tues- John Warren Wilkinson! was given
day sentenced Bobby Earl Lusk, a 2% years probation, of which six mon
Florida State Prison Inmate found ths are to be served in prison, for ITR
guilty of first degree murder of grand theft. Wilkinson of Jacksonville -
another Inmate, to die in the electric pled guilty to tote charge in
chair. which he burglarized and stole money
Fagan Issued the order in court and rare coins from Garrard Mold Co.
troom proceedings at the prison. The in Lawtey.
small and thin Lusk stood still, his FSP medical technician George
arms clasped behind his back, his jaw Brevaldo was sentenced to two yearsin i 111111gooL =
set, when the announcement was prison for grand theft and two Seem
made. He blew out a deep breath as years for unlawful compensation for
he walked from the small prison court offlcal behavior. Judge Fagan -
troom. ordered the terms to.be served. cpn-.
Lusk has 30 days to file appeal pro current .' rrvaldo',3'io; '.;Jacksonville.pled -.,, ",. "" .,I"'L: .. % a Wn t
ceedings. The case isi-BUbject' ; I guilty charges t,&....:;.r
automatic review by the Florida State brought the drug Talwin into/ the
Supreme Court. prison and offered it for sale. 02 2..
i."May the One who is all wise...May ,'
Clod Himself have mercy on your .11,.. '
sill." Judge Fagan said at the Heilbron Fire Dept. .,., versa i it
sentencing.A -43 :'; j'I
(Ii\ Bradford County jury convicted To Be OperationalBy I ,
Lnsk Dec. 9 of the Thanksgiving Day '
1678 murder of fellow inmate Michael March 1
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Hll. The jury recommended life imprisonment Things are looking up for the newly-
instead of the death formed Heilbron Springs Volunteer 4

penalty for Lusk, who already was Fire Department because of the donations .usts ; ..rusFk 4M .
serving three consecutive life
of needed equipment but the
sentences for first degree murder and force won't be ready to fight fires in .
robbery from Dade County. Assistant the area until March 1. ,
Slate Attorney Tom Elwell) had asked That announcement came from
for the death penalty in the case. president Terry McCarthy, who said
il'I'd! just like to say if the court does 'at that time we'll be equipped and
sentence me to a harsh penalty-the ready to provide the needed fire-
harshest penalty-I feel the only thing fighting service in the area."
the court will do is turn loose beatersto
thanked those who have
make others such as me to come McCarthy .. ,... = r51gs
donated and and
before you in court," Lusk said when said further equipment donations can money be sent to: .. -. I : .-1=t
asked the Inmate If he -- .:: :,
Judge Fagan Townsend Strickland Treasurer Rt.' "
wished to say anything before the .... ... ':! ...n\
1 Box 108, Lawtey, Fla. 32058. Ii f
Judge began proceedings. Lusk had The next meeting of the Heilbron IMF .
testified he killed Hall in self-defense. Springs Fire Department will be Mon- J .... ttwA.
In other sentencing Tuesday: day, Feb. 11, at McCarthy's Garageat ro'

4Lawtey Correctional Institue In- the corner of SR-le and 229-A. 6 7 11 13 18

mate Charlie Hawkins, 42, was
sentenced to a total of three years in

prison for possession of more than *little as$,500 added to a new or existing account will entitle you to
five grams of marijuana, possession New Clothing BankIs a free Timex dock or enable you to buy any of these famous clocks or Tie First deposit 10 a new or existing With each
of I the drug phencyclidine and Introduction 'Huge Success watches at a big savings! Plus you can choose From a full-range of your savings account qualifies customer additional :thigh
of contraband into LCI. interest savings plan*. Some gift quantities are limited so don't ch Olee for one Gift or one discount deposit 01 ti
ordered Allison To Operate FulltimeThe wait another minute.Come In now and get your timely gift from the purchase.follows: $ICO or more -i
Judge Fagan friendly folks at Federal
Courtland Lewis, 22, of Starke for clothing bank operated last Guaranty Savings. MIMYa : H---'s. how S5001 $1"000 $5.000 PAY ONLY +t 1
(No mail or phone ,, pk+ ) I
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requests
treatment at the Gainesville Evaluation week at St.Mark's Day School served
and Treatment Center. Lewis had 30 families with over 90 children, according : i ESLE 1. Timex Alarm Cock GIFT GIFT GIFT SoU5 ;;
pled guilty to the charge sexual bat to Miss Laurie Myers direc- Each Incurable Account Protected Up To S l -_.,- z. Timex Electric Wall Clock $1.95 GIFT GIFT 6.95 ?);1
tery. Lewis "meets the criteria of a tor of the school. $40,000 By The FSLIC,An Agency Of The I t.r-.a_ 3. Linden Travel Alarm 6.95 $4.95 GIFT 8.95 ')0.

mentally disordered sex offender," A St.Mark's Episcopal Churchmember Federal Government. _____ 4. Copal Digital Snooze AIann 8.95 .6.95 GIFT 10.95' .:
rehabilitation Jean
Gainesville
said Mrs. Wilson of
counselor Robert E. Longo In a letterto Lawtey, also agreed to take over
Judge Fagan. Longo recommendedIn operation of the clothing bank on a air Register to Win an Elegant 3.Timex Woman.aW.tch 9.95 7.95 GIFT 12.95 ,
that letter that Lewis be evaluated. lull time basis. Mrs. Wilson may be L Clock Timex Woman's Watch 9.95 7.95 CIFT 12.95 tl
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reached at 782-3991 at Lawtey. Anniversary .Ti mex Woman's Watch 9.95 7.95 CIFT 12.95 ri
Adjudication of guilt was withheld "A huge success," says Miss Myersof ... 8.Timex Woman's Watch 9.95. '7.95 GIFT 12.95 ..1Beautiful
for Larry Keith Goodall, 34, and the first one day operation of the brsjs-tni-glaM Kundo 9.Times Mans Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT 12.95 :.::
Judge Fagan placed him on four, clothing bank. a"nlvenaryclock to be given away to a 10.Timex Man's Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT 12.95 :x
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years probation for a lewd act charge. Miss Myel'll' wishes to thank all lucI1ywlnner.Enlnlntamuol"18.of" 12.Timot Man's Calendar Watch 10.9.5 8.95 GIFT 13.95
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Goodall must participate in a those who donated clothing to the age or 01..10 be eligible. No deposit -;

psychological: treatment program for bank and those who volunteered their pment requirement to win.and The you drawing don't ban for the to be winner 12.Timex Mari' s Calendar Watch 10.95 8.95 GIFT 13.95 ::.-;j

the first three years. time. will.be held on Monday. March 3.1980 at 13.TImex Mans Calendar Watch 14.95 U.95 $7.95 17.95
? the Home Office of Guaranty Federal 14.Timex Man's Calendar Watch 14.95 U.95 7.95 17.95 4 t
I Saving Winner will.be notified by mail. 15.TInteKWoman'Watch 14.95 U.95 7.95'27.95' :: !

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r.r.Old City Hall Ends Colorful Career.', .'. r, .' .",.. .. t" ,.." ,..".", ;, .



; As Site of Lodge, Courthouse, School


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-, The last vestige of a building that portant part in the social and civic life having! the necessary funds, it Is M 0N 111 1'1'1,
: has served for more than a hundred of Starke before the turn of the century hereby ordered that the
.... year as lodge hall "primary"school the bill deducting: the amount county from pay
courthouse, and city hall Is rent of "
Courthouse, the said hall.
Early
,: fast disappearing under the wrecking
crow bar. Following the county site election of The work was apparently satisfactory
August 17, 1887 which was won by for the Starke Telegraph, in its
Work of razing the ancient structure Starke by 590 votes to Lake Butler's issue of Sept. 3, 1887. commented:
which had its upper story and 557, the Red Men's Hall entered upon "The Red Man's Hall has been fitted
bell tower removed when it was con a dual service, having been rented by up nicely for a court house. It makes
verted to a city hall In the WPA daysof the County Commission for use as offices as good a one as the county has ever
the 1930's, got under way this week for county officials moving from had and fully as large. There will be
after plans for moving the building to Lake Butler to Starke. no necessity of building court house
another site were discarded as im "
for several
practicable.The The County Commission minutes of years.
Sept. 7, 1887 carried the following
The old building served in its new
original frame structure was Item: capacity until the red brick cour-
built prior to 1884 as "home" for "Resolved that, whereas the Red thouse was constructed In 1902. ty half and later the primary depart- Workmen Begin Razing Old City Hall
Elaha Lodge No. 45, I.O.R.M. Men did agree to pay all expenses in ment of the Starke high school. The
(Improved Order of Red Men), a having their hall fitted up for the Apparently the Red Man's high school was then located In Its
secret society composed of early necessary offices of the courthouse, organization became inactive for a own two-story frame'structure on the
Starke business and professionalmen. and said work being completed, and number of years after the turn of the present location of the Starke
The organization played an im- the said organization or society not century and was used to house the ci- woman's Club.

But you can't keep good Red Man
down and in its January 15, 1909 Issue
The Telegraph announced:

etUTOKiALS i
Red !Men Reorganized

"After a long intermission Starkeis
Cta again the home of a camp of the Im- r '
proved Order of Red Men. The camp N .
was organized on the 8th inst. with the / .

following members: RED MEN'S HALL N -CITY r Is 1

F.A. Moore J.O. Haynes, A.E, SITE
Don't Miss Out March 11 Moitt, A.F. Murrhee.D.W. George, HALL
on J.D. Doyle, Wm. Edwards W.H. Holl-
Ingsworth, W.M. Bryan, E! .A. Burns-
ed, A.O. Anderson, W,D. Futch
v DeWitt Jones,A.E. Wall, WL. Wall

Don't forget..if you wish to vote in the ed for road building and maintenance in Brad- and J.W. Edwards."A .

March 11 presidential preference primary, ford County, as well as your. chance to be good many years ago this order ...
you must be registered with the Supervisor of heard on the proposed $25,000 homestead exemption was very strong in Starke and manyof Jtm

Elections office by 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9. from certain ad valorem school our older citizens belonged to the I
millage levies.A local camp. The building now used as ii .- a
a city hall and for the primary depart
final for ment of the high school was built by
Whether you are a Democrat or a reason voting on March 11 is to
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elect the the camp nearly 30 years ago. Red Man's Hall Was Forerunner
Republican, your vote will help determine help your representatives on County

which candidate will receive the majority of Democratic Executive Committee in five The two-story building continued to .
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Florida's delegates to the national conventionof precincts where incumbents have opposition. be used as city hall during the 1920's were constructed during that nme.
either and early 30's and Merrill G, and a project was approved to
party. Altogether, the March 11 primary is of great McMillan, retired Starke surveyor, remove the second story and tower of LettersHAMPTON -
The March 11 primary is also your oppor- importance, and unless you are registered by recalls that around 1926 the city hall the old Red Man's Hall and convert it

tunity to express your approval or disapprovalof 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, you will not be able to and floor city and jail the were county located engineer's on the office first Starke.Into a one-story It served city the hall city and long jail and for : : DEPARTMENT:

the proposed one-cent gasoline tax to be us- vote. was upstairs during the period when a well until growth and the ravages of CALLED 1\: .\lE t'ATE
roads time made it necessary to construct a
great many county graded Dear Sir:
were constructed following a bond new city hall on an adjoining lot on
Additional Homestead ExemptionWon't issue for that purpose. North Thompson Street last year. The Hampton Fire Department is
I TOTALLY inadequate'!
When Franklin D. Roosevelt was Soon a hundred years of local
elected president in 1932 at the height- history will be sealed over with When they are needed they are very
Endanger School Funds -or deptn-of the Great Depression the limerock and black asphalt to becomea slow to respond, and then when theydo
WPA (Works Progress Administration parking lot. Such is the fate of many it's with an outdated fire truck that
.. ', ) was created as one of ...hIstoric .buildings that have served won't run properly. When they finallyget
-r1lov.ernl'Mlntl>agencies providing many work their,communities well, only to windup to a fire they can't get the water to
Voters should have no fear of the same nfor, 'the millions of unemployed in the nj] the wrong end of a wreckingball. ...even come out of the hose!

schools by voting for a constitutional nation. Thousands of public buildings Case in point: There was a fire: at

ment on the March 11 ballot that would my parent's yesterday(Feb. 41),, It
vide a $25,000 homestead exemption the addi was a brush and wood fire not the
tain ad valorem school percentage house. The fire department was call-
millage levies. to schools County Agents By ed twice through the number listed in
the phone book, which happens to be
According to Rep. Steve Pajcic of than it has Gainesville

County, chairman of the House Finance our ten- notebook Bobby \t 1Z: emergency'The
Taxation Committee, the drop in Taylor : neighbor's son David Stone,
t.l
homestead exemption increase general came to help my parents and me to
.,;f.rtV JJ put out the fire Neighbors down the
threat to educational and Phone ,
funding, increas- : I-62KO road were told of the danger headed
County School Superintendent Tom their way A Highway Patrolman
with the fire. The two
agrees. even helped
that there Looks like our recent hard freezes tually draw heat from the plant and
that didn't. And by
men came
Rep. Pajcic points out that the can be has stopped early production and lower the plant temperature below county the time the Hampton Fire Depart
harvest of strawberries. Most the outside air The
fully funded the cost of the higher for school temperature. ment got there it was almost under
had few berries
growers "scrapped" a system must run continuously from
exemption in the 1979-80 budget out of full control, thanks to David, who kept at
and the plants were loaded with the time the temperature drops below
crease in recurring revenues, without losses in bloom and small fruit. 32'F until it rises above 32'F. it.
into any funds that would take away a trust The fire truck couldn't even put out
schools. In fact Mr. the The freezes last weekend pretty In my opinion, it's best not to try as much water as my father's garden
says Pajcic, a continu- well killed all the bloom and ruined this technique for cold protection on hoses which couldn t reach the fire
amount of local and state money the trust most of the fruit. However, the plants strawberries (or any other plants) any more. Seven men stood there on
the public school system increased still look good and should come back unless you have the proper equipmentto the road watching David fight the
1979-80 than it had in any budget since with a flush of growth and bloom in do this job.Speaking fire. Then the Forestry Departmentshows
will have the next few days. up to plow a fire line, which by
The school budget even included funds now of freezes and winter then wasn't needed. At least he had a
new early education program which not the This time of year it takes 4 to 6 time, this is the last month of the good reason for taking so long to get
educators consider to be the most weeks from bloom to harvest of season to transplant bare-root fruit there. He had to come from
by strawberry fruit. This means that trees and ornamentals. These plants Gainesville where the truck was being -
changes for the betterment of growers won't be picking again need to be planted and established worked on.Hampton's .
Florida that has come across the board Before the first of March. A freeze growth begins. If you from:
cent years.The new program is designed a "yes" between now and then could delay had Panned to re-arrange your land- where not even a mile
live
my parents Yet it took
sure that pupils, kindergarten through short- harvest even longer.A scape or expand your orchard do it as them something o.--r 45 minutes to

three, must reach certain standards in may of soon as possible.. get there! I If r it had bet a house, there
couple strawberry
basic skills before being promoted from approval who had a good crop of fruit growers on their The first two weeks in February is would have been tithing 'but
third grade. with a plants last week were discussing and the time to fertilize pecan trees. smouldering there. ashes left wht' they go)
exemption> considering irrigating their fields for Pecan trees need a balanced fertilizer
The finance and taxation committee : cold and frost protection. I did not like 10-10-10 or similar analysis. A Finally,when the"firemen" got the
man says that in future years the con't' for hard- suggest this because there seems to good rule of thumb Is to apply two water to run out of the hose, and spill
revenue of the state will increase 10.6 of whom be a great deal of controversy over pounds of fertilizer for every year of all over the road too they watered
the next ten whether irrigation water applied during age of the tree up to 50 pounds for a down the fire all around David and
over
than
years, more ends a freeze to Ice down plants will mature tree. The fertilizer should be didn't even touch the part where
for the 4.5 percent loss in tax revenue due prevent cold damage to plants, fruit broadcast evenly beneath the tree.A David was working
and bloom Many thanks go to David Stone for
problem with pecans Is zinc deficiency the work he did to put out that fire:
It's true that water frozen on plants Try to get a pecan special fer- and to the patrolman who helped in
I will keep the plant temperature at 32 tilizer that contains\ one unit of zinc. If the beginning -
degrees and will have an insulating this fertilizer Is not available, you can SOMETHING must be done about
effect However, the Irrigation apply one pound of zinc oxide per the Hampton Fire Department and it
system must be capable of con mature tree each year. The zinc must be done now before anything
Things have come to "a pretty pass, senten tinuously hitting the plant with water should also be broadcast evenly under more serious happensMrs.'!-
saying goes, when a circuit judge says that If the water is stopped, even for a the tree. Zinc is available as zinc Nand Starling<<
sentences imposed by a trial judge in the can re: brief time, the ice on the plant can ac sulfate zinc oxide and zinc chelate. Box SOS,Starke |

of Florida today "are really of his -.

The frustrated judge, who says the the of the I
system is something like "beating your state r

against a brick wall", is Wallace Register Before P.M. February 9 Ii :

Lake City, prominent in the current may be,
the presiding judge at the sensational six'''

Bundy trial, now in progress in Orlando.In In
I Im
commis
Jopling's opinion, the formality of
cing a convicted felon remains in effect

the judge's words now carry virtually to 25 years,, % gR10,4 SitAOI ca
weight. The erosion of judicial authority a knife;' f "

judge declares, has virtually torpedoed of a year j rte f p4
1
the state's most effective weapons says. ; O wine. s0N. ,
crime the ability of a trial judge to im-f y

sentence stick. "really'
BOBO- FERGUSON -JOHNMMILLER
Jopling places the blame for this sad Publishers

sions affairs of on the the Legislature and its recent by'con- !' rvM!!.h'4.... nturaday**wiMtwd as tc..... Ctw*-..,.t MM Put Offira........,....vnrfw Act of March. *, 'liTf
state
s probation procedures. and free ..' .
lawmakers have chiseled away at ,mean- I Subac I ...,..,r................,N Per Y..n M six M.Mhe. .
criminal justice code to such an extent ones who Out.w.lr...._file Pee V..rt..."SIX M.nIp '
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Valentin Dance

By BHS Sophomores


O Saturday High School NightA Valentine Dance will ff lui /'PI ttdt.1I 1 fA.Ue", ', I \ .i1" 7l E



be held this Saturday night, Feb., at .
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the Armory on Edwards Loop from 9 0 '" L
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till am. sponsored by the Bradford J,4 ,
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High School Sophomore Class and the f1ke

Sophomore. Class Parent Organization. S-cIJ. &la.... 9 7f lW .

Music for the evening will be furnished 964.7608 ,
by disc jockey Grover II ,
Howard. ,
Dress! will be semi-formal and ad- - - - - - -- .... .

di mission is 12.50 each.
During the evening each student Mrs. Gerald Griffis Hospital Auxiliary "

will be given an opportunity to vote Shower Honor Gift Shop Sale
for one sophomore girl and one
sophomore boy for the 1980 Valentine This Weekend

A King & Queen. The honored couple Mrs. Gerald GrlffU. a recent bi 'ide,
will be announced and crowned at was honored at a bridal shower T ties- l Bradford l
11:30 County Hospital Auxiliarywill
p.m.Lean ,day night of last week at the I first hold to
a gift shop sale Thursday
Christian Church Fellowship Hall s Saturday, Feb. 7-9 from 11 a.m. to 5
with the 13 members of the Mary .ati
DICandlosTo p.m. at the hospital (lobby or ter-
Martha I IWrs.
AMA circle as hostesses. ).
race
Celebrate50th Leroy Norman assisted. t. ,R All present stock of gifts flowers,

Anniversary The refreshment table was cove Bred plants, jewelry stationary, etc., will
with an embroidered cloth over | pink be marked down considerably to
satin and was centered with a I
i rink make room for new items. All sales
Mr., and Mrs. Leon DiCandio will silk flower arrangement flanked I for cash and final.
celebrate their golden wedding an- two candelabra with pink tapers.
S When Ben Rumson daShes off-stage Scenery by Hall niversary Saturday Feb. 9, from 4 to The punch table also was covered
Did You Know...... ......
of the same as the refreshment bible
pursuit his wandering star for 7 p.m. at the Starke Golf and Country
ftlh, final time Saturday night it will Stagehands developed muscle Club. and was centered with a cry stal
Mrs. Lila Caldwell and Mrs. Lila
; out ten years of successful overnight pushing around the All friends and relatives are Invitedto punch bowl.
The table covered witt Rae Yawn visited Mrs.Esma Yongueat
productions In Starke by the attend. gift was i an
H.musical "mountainous" sets crafted and
Players who made their Army-Navy cloth and was cente red the Geriatric Nursing Home in
painted, as usual by Charles Hall,
with mixed floral :' Ocala on Sunday and also visited Mrs.
theatrical debut here with a arrangement
j "Pajama
to' Game" in 1969. who has performed this chore in mostof Junior Woman' ClubTo Games with prizes find Mr. and Mrs. Dan Creager Lawrence Mack and Mr. and Mrs.
the ten productions, as well as
1.; S'* Since that eventful night, director character acting and even doublingor Meet Feb. 11 refreshments were enjoyed by the ap- Mack, Jr. in Micanopy.
fir j'SRichard Jockel and his troupe have ( tripling) in brass during Paint proximately 40( guests between the LeoneMe A. Dyal
Mrs. John Greene and Curtis
J> run through a solid string of successes party hours 8 to 10 p.m. son, ,
Your Wagon by adding overtones to Danny Jack Creager visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.
,_ including such perennial The Junior Woman's Club will hold
the orchestra from his harmonica.New .
H.L. in Wacissa the
Wed December 21 Chancey : over
f Broadway and stock company experiments in lighting, including their February meeting Monday weekend.
_ favorites as Oklahoma Hello Dolly effective black light In one night, Feb. 11, at 7:30 p.m. at the club Pamela Mfzell and
("", South Pacific, and Fiddler on the Roof mountain scene and a glittering house.A Leonette A. Dyal daughter of Mr.
**'.*r to name a few of the most crystal globe in the dance hall bit program on special Olympics will John C. Poppell and Mrs. Leo Dyal of Lawtey and Sale Merchandise
"memorable. were engineered by Eugene Tanner be Hostesses by Mrs. J.C. Dukes. To Wed March 1 Danny Jack Creager son of Mr. and ''fe price Dress now aLLella'a
,-It This year's offering. Paint Your and his crew, always good for a few for the evening will be Mrs. Jack Creager of Glenrock, Shop
,-fsWagon; while lacking some of the surprises.This Mrs. Irving Clark and Mrs. Dukes. Wyoming were united In marriage 964-5051
dramatic punch of previous producegtlons latest bit of Jockelana was a December 21 in Glenrock.The Bradford Sq. Shopping Center
* was long on wine women and sellout for all six nights of its run, the Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Mizell of couple are residing In Glenrock

_.;:kong, with a toping of lush dance hall result of an ever-growing reputationfor Aerobic DancingDemonstration Keystone Heights proudly annnounte where Mr. Creager is employed at Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mendeita and son
the
;r"
beauties could be more professionalism that is beginningto engagement and forthcoming Glenrock Coal Co. of St. Simon's Island will be weekend
crowd-pleasing than such a provocative attract audiences among neighboring At marriage of their daughter Pame la guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief.
-t... ; potpourri of stagecraft? An theatre-goers from Gainesville Woman's Club MeetingMiss Ann, to John Christopher Poppell, si in
&Wp ifter-curtaln poll of the audience Jacksonville, and Orange Park. of the Rev. and Mrs. William W. Po,p- Brad. Co. HomemakersTo
f"*+Bwould have no doubt shown that pell of Green Cove Springs. Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison of
'everyone well almost that Is-went Meet Feb. 14 Starke and Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Har-
Ready or Not? Cheryl Godwin will The wedding has been set for Sa't.,
rison of Ga. the weekendin
Perry
home humming the delightful Lowe- demonstrate aerobic dancing at the March 1 at 8 p.m. in the Trinity spent
Lerner tunes and lyrics a sure signof Starke Woman's Club luncheon. Church of Melrose. A Waycross, Ga. visiting their
for musical The success of these shows has Episcopal Bradford County Homemakers will mother, Mrs. R.T. Hipps and helped
success score.
any meeting Wednesday Feb. at 12 IS will immediately follow tl le
given rise to speculation as to 13. : reception meet Thursday, Feb. 14, at 10 a.m. in celebrate her 88th birthday.Sale .
at the club the churth
p.m. house. wedding in ::
whether Starke and environs are ap- ceremony the Bradford County !
No Need for Plot Agriculture
Hostesses for
proaching the point where support ofa the meeting will be parish hall. Building.
Mrs. L.H.
Jennings chairman, Mrs.
with
Little Theatre a larger Merchandise
group
The plot? Who cares?...just enoughto and more sustained repertory wouldbe L.A. Canova Mrs. D.M. DeSantiago, Pam attended Santa Fe Communi ty "a price now at
hang the songs on, and not enough possible. Some who are Interested Mrs. Raymond Howe, Miss Florence College in Gainesville. Mrs. Mattie Miley, program chair LeUa'lI\ Dress Shop
'rto interfere with the fun of can-can and willing to back such a movement Jennings, Mrs. T.D. Rahn Mrs. M. Chris is presently the manager of man, will present an interesting and 964-5051
dancers bumping and grinding in have toyed with the idea of converting Sartinorant and Mrs. Klert Sun- the bakery at Miller's Supermarket in unusual program. Bradford Sq.Shopping Center
their plush-and-feather finery. An the spacious courtroom of the 1902 dusadee. Keystone Heights. Everyone is invited to attend.

adequate amount of sweetness and courthouse, now undergoing restoration ,
light was poured into the mixture by Into a theatre with the proper at-
e.1' the Innocent romance of Stephenln mosphere for homegrown histrionics. Gayle Vance and -

Parker, In her first leading role ansiRumson's One drawback to such a plan-though Andy Denonn
daughter Jennifer and not insurmountable Is the
perhaps -
j!)stout-voiced Bill McRae as the young fact that the courtroom is on the up- To Wed February 16 e Air Compressors a Drill Presses e Vises a Ban Saws e Cut Off Saws r--

16,( exlcan gold hunter Julio. per floor of the building, and due to Grinders Wreathes Sockets e air Tools a farm Supplies
It[i, Jockel was in fine Jprrn and proper- 15-foot ceilings;'playgoers would need ro. "" es
ot( W' ebullient\ AS... rough.hewn ( Iratheti1ipenidableratAtiWy'tqti rt",.. Gayle",,Vance of Lawtey end Andy ( ,) i !JflUwd 10 -iOn on vJlf l bluotis azmloVv.
Rumson, singing the plaintive Maria, hhildt-' l! action. Denonn of Starke will'be united in ,Ir;; r : .

and the moving, I Still See Ellsa. Into Elevators are rather expensive- or so marriage Saturday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. TO"'tI)1 ,.'i' ,
I Ms double role as director and actor they say. in the First United Methodist Church ,,'.,'
.tl. he displayed the love of theatre that Starke.All .
!>has been in evidence since his first friends and relatives are invitedto ... -
II productions, the Junior High School attend.

musicals, Swinging High, in 1961, and
Wizard( of Oz in '62. BIRTHSRalph DUPLICATE BRIDGE

CLUB RESULTSIda AU4CTION .
m. and Kim Morgan of Starke .
proudly announce the birth of their Shaw and Cecelia Tenvillegar
ri Times of London baby daughter, Kimberly Renee, Sun were the winning couple at Duplicate '
b-8ans "Ms." Saying day night, February 3, at Alachua Bridge Tuesday night played at the Tuesday February 26th At 7:00: PM!
General Hospital In Gainesville. Holiday Inn starting at 7:30 pm. ,
lift' "Ugly, silly"id Paternal grandparents are Marie Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran were

and Lesion U. Morgan Jr. of Starke. second and Marie Dent and Pat Ring Community CenterLarge

1 Maternal grandparents are Lucy were third.
VThe? Times of London has banned Jr. of Hampton
and ,
E.W. Hodges
rffiie'";;artificial of the title Ms., calling faddish It Lake. Po-...! Brick uilding,' Sits On Lake, 2 Blocks From RD. 100
ugly, silly..a Paternal great grandparents are lake Butler
Florida
middle-class plaything' according to Mrs. Leaton U. Morgan Sr. of Starke ,
Mr. and Mrs. Houston
turn Associated Press article in the of Starke. McClane NOTE Due to creditor demand ,a 'large Quantityol loots have Been consigned to me to dispose of,everythingmust ,
and Mrs. Iva McKinney
spent Jan. IS Feb. lat Panama City ., tool hand tools and There will. be lots.
,Gainesville Sun. American feminist Maternal great grandparents are Beach. go Th..re.,11 be thousand of di illars worth( of industrial misc items many job

!leaders defended the title,saying men Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges; Sr. of s6ld So all dealers wholesalers. and salvage buyers be sure to alend.

nwould think differently about it if they Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Orville BIRTHSMr.
!DUd) to be identified by marital status. Brookins of Hampton.Mr. Air Compressors Huge Heavy Duty

In-iThe British newspaper announced and Mrs. Oscar Wesley Davis, Mechamc.Tools.
vrfecently it was banishing Ms. in the Jr., of Starke, announce the birth of a Air Tools Industrial Tools

Uatest supplement of The times' son, Oscar Wesley Davis, III, born
18 lebook. Ms. Is used by some and Mrs. David Alan Tomlinson Jan. 27 in Shands Teaching Hospital.. 3-1'tHP "Air Conpres.or' $ 11"Drive. locket set 31-l6pc Wrench Sets
,-us men instead of Miss or Mrs. of Lake City announce the birth of Paternal grandparents are Mr. and 2.2H P. Air Compressors 1-1...." impact 42-1 Ipc Wrench sets

'9<1''The forlorn fatherless and a daughter Brand Ann born Mrs. Oscar W. Davis, Sr. of Starke. 21.'/'".. impart t wrenches. 1-2 H.P. grinders 26-9pc Wrench lei
little word Ms. is cast into February 3 in St. Vincent's Hospital. .
motherless Maternal grandparents are Mr. and 1-1" Air. impact 2-7" Disc Rrmdert3Chain 9Wpc Wrench lei
the lexicographical outer darkness," Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Guy Starling of Hampton. '.. hoist! -
.
:Z- "'or impact 52-12pc Punch Chisel ,
Robert u. Norman of Lawtey and Mr.
rote Trevor Fishlock. r B-'." tir. Rachel. 5-lumbo' wrench set 1's to 2" J5'OLkpI sets '
for and Mrs. Floyd Tomlinson of Lake
"
Is a rallying point corn- '
Won several Butler. 't.r........ rJ-'." Bullrrtlvt 19-Dnll presses 22-Rachet wrenches
sense. There are reasons YOU ; .
.. btraiRhl! line, Sander ',' 2 ban SdwtTools 12 fIn cachets,
.1
Why Ms. should be allowed no air, "
\iHshlock wrote. "It is artificial ugly, __, ""' >J"O' __.. "- ......-. AUTO 11.S' Orbital Art.. Sander for 152 4 pc. Tunp-up kits '
Silly means nothing and Is rotten Ji Ij Ji-Air. crmi'K 16. Flrn sockets
'
Roshe'sBeautv .
English. It Is a faddish middle-class K .18. Air Drill Everyone107Boourr 62. 21 pc. '. & 'Usocknt

plaything, and far from disguising the Shop OWL 4 .)1. \ir hI,,**' '. cables/ 41.40 pc. !Socket setaFarm
marital status of women as Is claim e By S Tools '. 212-"pc. bcrew druer. wiJosAllen 23-29pl Drill bits .
edit draws attention to it. It is a vani 997 Raiford Rd. Gene Ross wrenches 46-4pe Ad| wrench tptvELECTRICAL
ty" ;';' IDOflVHarktaw. "
Starke Fla. 29--HP grinders : Bids
Q. I wheel TOOLS
suspect a
a-u 8H P. (grinders ".1 86-Hand saws
Perfect' Combout II ISO bearing la the culprit 18-1 I"n' comp-a-longs 9J-40pr Tape & DIP, 8-' 1' tteciric' impacts
Zotos Wave making the noise near the) 16-100'E cards .,\ 118. ...
1 1d You Know... t ,
of 1979 .
rear my Chevrolet 101-impact drivers : .Bunrilet of ..leCfroul.lap.. Heavy cord
nl-' Protein but I want to make au... 62-Channel. locks 6-Cut off saws111Hammers
Misses Cindy Edwards and Betsy Wheat Germ Oil Wave J15" What the easiest way to 1-taws .,' 112-Pamt' bushes 2-Ban saws
Yawn spent the weekend with Miss tell for sure where the
Loving Care 6-Lon chains4Slpdne 'r.\} ,96-FlaiMiKhn' 19-Drill preset e '
problem Is? I .
Edwards at FSU. '"
fifean! 3" Extra .. 6-Dne :
ColorRinse_ hammers 82 Doe-Hatierie, grinders1107floc t't' .* ( r

An. __ u_ A. Be sure your tires are ; ..ter cables ", i ,;. p-He bit sets 16-Circular. saws '' "*\' -' ."' *......
properly inflated an the way 26-'. Snckel, tell .?, (1Padlockt62TOO' 23-Elecinc drills WjC'3 .
,
around. Then test drive the Trouble' lamMachinests .r '.
JOB OPENINGS .
car. Drive enough to warm Tools i 72-':,jJockfi sets Sockets ,
up the differential, then take (41.4.5.6'1' I.: S4-Carden hose s ]1.'." Deepwells. ". 'v v f 'J: ,

CET Titles II-D and VI your foot off the acceleratorand :i15-Dnll dress tiset ., .ci..', 8-8alterk charter( "* 4)-'." Deepwpll'I, ':
let it slowly reduce 2-Ban Saw,0;i Miscellaneous 16-v Impact sockeii'; "

speed. If the noise tends to. -;SP! fan Die cookware, 19-"lmpae.ock." : : l:? ..J: ;
11.0 I. Vocational Aid Will supervise mentally handicapped adults In working at fade away when you stow to 10-Boll tuners I' cullers "> *.' kTV 8-'.Imp.e\ sockets, ;,< I'].
various vocations. Must be unemployed 1 1S out of the last 20 weeks.. under 30 m.p.h.. the trouble 129-a H P grinders :a 1 > >'menrta.. '.'> 'i' :"!5X J-85pc Socket Pets "' '. J'r.':J'J'I'I'

II.D 2. Police OMIcer-Mutt have high'school diploma. Poke standards preferred could be the differential. )S-Flu. chipper, I I. .' China-. ,?,,,>, ,.h,- .. 26".50cl'J': \ ()I. ..

but not required must be unemployed out of the last 20 weeks. Otherwise, keep loklng. ,)-To\,1 holes iV ,l awNChls" IB- '. Socket,} SCI3taut. ill! .ia.Metal
file, do "hjJ'! 'lh"IO !
II D ,. Payroll Certification Clerk- Must be able to type((35 cwpm) ledgerkeeping Check the) bearings.'As you cu..ft. ; saws' ". Crnck pots ,". to 16. 'Ie "
and operate business machines Must.be unemployed 15- out. of the.last- drive apply brakes lightly 4-Cear Pullers .. .. ) 111 '!Tldllflcfoilirles: ttsv4 Malice '.'' .15"t'A'Sdc&+ i i5j\.J\ ib.: a. :t o ftdln : yir t

_' 20 weeks. while holding car speed *-\\., ho s e U 'Ps.'J 1 I i V '10 i I' 'THIS'.S'A'P. i-nST 9liyl: ,J 1
work, relatingto ( I RTI ? 1
semi-technical f.
Personnel Technician Will perform / personnel 'f.
VI 4. steady. If the noise varies, In i ", iii" Jr..I'( *" *Ifl: -f
the operation of a personnel iff Ice. Must be unemployed 10 out. of the lost 12 pitch, the problem may be In '" It I -.I..eI\. Al It Skl'b'
SUBIECSTO' "p. .
sHW OlSD''t.fS L t J 00.LMEHOC : ... ., .Co.f
.
weeks .'L" ',5,, ..,>vjftvIID : a wheel or axle bearing.. To OTHER ': I" .,} ',"" :
S. laundry Delivery. Person-Must hove chauffer's license-will work In laundry verify, swerve the car sharpfy !\. : ::S TOMINTION. ;; 4 ALECONDIiCTEDSY: -I \ .. ,h '2t1r31. 4I.J"a. t (1I j
depl. for state prison: Must be unemployed 1$ oar of the lost 20 weeks.. : so the cars body weight ta ,.; .; (:rt .:.,'. 1afi: I t str'a; : nril'-'SiT1 v
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VI. .. Clerk Typist II Will perform general office work Applicant should'' type 33 .;' shifted to one side sod then ( ; !" ;,' )1)J2t9Kt: ?:j f1I
cwpm. Must be unemployed out of the last 12 weeks to the other. A defective / Z ; ,, MIKE: :M'cQUISTO" :

'. ** I bearing "will howl louderwhen' :.. :111 :j '($!q.nili't.! ; ')! \. .
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All applicants:>r1ull meet the following raquJ..nlo:4 .
more to
pressure .. \1 ." > .h.l !J .n e... .s,
2.1. Must Must be be economically Bradford County, disadvantage resident.. : eooliedAononoiive AUCTIONIER'S'NCJTf:'TM. .*>r.. lie- KH .of fire f lprset wit e4 MI Irra.aFai1. Iter .Eoioy, '' (r.wrEookAft'''girt 10' MlwrrtHMebe W.

3. Must be unemployed.' 'I* 'i" *. "" ". I Cellar ...fceM txi Wt are.Mi_ (fchendlM j ttbe lMli. te4aher4oMd, i y/aakej aow7!, :!|i ial thiiai vTfl: .4allftim> .11
Parts '
For more Information contact: Florida.State Employment Service'209". W."C Call. '.(' ." 1 e.. ecc..... cfceck. '. a 'tit, : ?' 11 1.. . 0 t ""..,'; TiiliCt;'tlWlliT' I 3:
it. (Old) Courthouse). Stark, Fla. 32O I, O4/9o4-IW .'.1S/7'tteha1' "
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h i ) 'I In 'Jr ) Lo ?P i ;;;"Rock ]Hounds'T E : ? ]">""n"I?ljBo
': .... .. ,. ....
, D.aul : D.VIIlafaneTelegraph "When we go camping she will vegetable canning, the Hammonds University of Florida and they have
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By Maria Staff Writer paint, while do some whittling," he participate as a team. two'daughters, Ruth and Ellen and ,
,, |v i said., ''The Hammonds' have both' been one son, Chester' ,,all of whom are/'
and Ru h and John E. Hammond are In 'these activities: and even,IIn1 retired six years from: working at the, marii-d.: ,

"rocli : hounds" and as'such, do not
7i hihP belle i 'e in singularity! They do not
MeaILflint's r have one "pet rock' but collect as
.,. = .ran; rocks as they can for their In-
.r housi I'>jewelry-making hobby-
t"f Th Hammonds',' both long-time
by Debra Norman residents! of Keystone Heights agreed
Mary Kay Cosmetics > f they \ have too many rocks to single
Beauty Cmualtaal; any ii,ne rock out as their "pet rock."
Bo i h have joined their efforts In col-
phone 9M-8849 lectiiig, cutting setting and polishingthe 1 a "
rocks and stones they either pur-
chas Ii at rock and gem shows or get
from friends _
THE IDEAL EYEBROW "I like to attend and participate In awe a
them shows because it serves,as an ys t
educ$itional experience and wo meet
Sam tny different people she said.
W Ru j:h who was born in Buffalo NY
;; origilaIly got started with the hobby 41s
10 yc are ago when her husband first
gave her a rock tumbler which used
V for F: olishing small stones picked up
aloni ,side the highway. r
Aft envards she enrolled In a slx- y4 r .
EYEBROWSYou monl h,two-semester course taught in >X {
Gain nvllle on University Avenue i
whit n outlined the elements of stone i

should never underestimate the Importance of the eyebrow. Your and i rock cutting.
most important feature eyebrows to bo im Fi >m then on, Ruth has become an
are
eye portant. Your your eyebrows frame your eyes balance your face and show ex avid ,rock collector with her husband
help I ng her along the way.
pression.
The Hammonds who live on

THE IDEAL BROW Cryiltal Lake truly became rock en- ,
1. The brow should begin at a point directly above the inner comer of thus arts when they purchased their
the e.2ake. first pieces: of machinery at a rock 41
a pencil and hold It against the nostril and the outer corner of and gem show they attended at the % I
the eye. End brow at a point on that line either level with or slightly Tam pa Armory.
higher than the inner starting point. The machinery they use to shape
3. Arch brow Just above the outer edge of Iris, while looking straight Into rockis; with are a rock slicer (lapidary
your mirror. saw(j- which adjusts various sizes of
4. The end of a brow should never be lower than the beginning of the rocls( to. it with clamps and cuts each ,
brow and should never be higher than the top of the arch of the brow.Haar about .,." to H" thick; the slice is
should be tweezed in the direction they grow and by following the thel! slipped into a plate to choose the Ao.
natural shape of the brow. star Hue and design wanted the
desii is outlined rock is cut
-4n ; excess "Rock Hounds" Ruth and John E. Hammond .1 t
DO'S AND DON'TS off .> a trim-saw; the stone is then ;
emc othed by grinding it on a wheel ..
1. Do start with a clean face before you tweeze. and[finally it is polished with a buffer Changes Can Affect SSI Checks
2. Don't use a black pencil it will make your eyebrows look heavy and and rouge.T .
T entire process takes approx-
fake.If ..
1m8 tely two hours for each rock Ruth Changes Can; Affect ice doesn't get your address in timeto check increase in July of each year.

you have any questions and would like help or advice or just to tell us said. SSI Checks change It on your next check the .Any necessary adjustment will be':
what you think of the column: please feel free to write. Questions and The brightest and mOlt colorfulrocs By A.Glenn Moore post office will send' the check to your made automatically. U your Social "
answers will be published at random. All names will be withheld Writeto in the country are not found in SS District Mgr.If new address. Security checks: amount changes during
: Bradford County Telegraph Attention: Debra Norman P.O.DrawerA Florida, however. She said the most Use the back of your check any other month call and report
Starke Fla. 32091. colorful are found in Mexico. South you receive monthly Supplemental envelope to report your change of ad this to the Social Security Office.
Africa, California; and the state of Security Income (gold) checks dress. Then mail the check envelopeto Any change in your resourceswhatyou
you should report any changes which the Social Security Office. own-must be reported. Notify
Did You Know............ Tire to the You should any change In .
Hammonds' purchase some of might change your payments report Social Security if you or your spouse '
thellr settings from a California Social Security Administration Officein your household. Notify Social Security buys or become the owner of any additional -
wh t tesale outlet called Grleger's and Gainesville FI. if you and your husband or wife property buys or become the
Mrs.Florence Nelson of Clearwater Mrs. EmmaRene Weaver and Mrs. also from A-A Gem and Mineral Shop The amount of your SSI payment separate or are separated and begin owner of a car or other additional personal
fras weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.Douglas W.T.Jackson were Monday overnight In S :ttitli Carolina. depends on how much other income living together again. Also report if property sells property. sells a
Hardy. guests of Mrs. Ada Loudon in Archer. T IB collectors of rocks and stones you have, your'' living arrangements. you begin living In someone else's car or other personal property or
are called "rock hounds" she said and other circumstances affecting home or move out of someone else'shome adds to your savings account or in-
Bud Lawson of Marion N C. is Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. and ruse "we go and sniff-out rocks." your financial needs. A change in if you begin living with others vests money in some other way.If .
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. daughter Anne were in Savannah, beeR uth does not have many local your situation could require a changein and share in the household expenses, you are blind or disabled reportto
H.A. Lawson. They all visited Ga. over the weekend visiting their salt s for the jewelry she makes but your SSI payment amount. or If there is a change in the number Social Security if your condition
relatives In Panama City daughlerb.ister and family, Mr. and inst ead has a friend in Canada that Failure to report a change may of people who live with you. improves or if you take a lob.
Tallahassee and Live Oak over the tra t els around the world and sells result in an overpayment which you These changes might cause your Several other changes also must be
weekend. Mrs. Lawson went into mat t of her home-made items will have to pay back. Or, you could SSI check to go up or down.A reported.For detailed information on
North Florida Regional Hospital on Sale Merchandise Besides collecting rocks miss out on money you need if a change in your material status what to report read the booklet What
Tuesday for further surgery. H price now at.P Ruilh l and John have other, hobbles change makes you eligible for a bigger could affect the amount of paymentsdue you have to know. about SSI. If youI
,' .... '.Drew Shop. > Ukal keep them pretty busy tit. check. >u."' t. ; ad.your,.spouse' so m4UIC.i don't have a COP7\:you can get one, i I..
I ; 'ir.
Mi ; l
;and MM Goon e UuKRltlln .+e .. M4-SOS1 b f rr uth has beerttttlng kttrfe Of pUitin AQ V!f YouJcan helpimake' hertaia""you'W'4get sesodarSecurljyifyur4ar-n' : .l jpftir ,,'.wfree at the SotiatSecurrty Office.'
been' visiting- -their soninlawAnddaughter. Bradford Sq.Shopping l Center ,.|, for the past two years and the 'right payments on time by marriage ends. You can-report a change by
Mr. and Mrs. Oler Crosby, crocheting, while John has been aiming reporting all changes promptly. have Income other than SSI telephone mail or in person
daughter. Melissa and baby to perfect his life-long hobby of What kind of changes should you checks, notify Social Security Office whichever is easiest for you. The address
daughter, Stacey Michelle. Mr. Hug- Mr. and Mrs. James Wiggins an.. woo vdcarvlng and wood burning. report? immediately if there is any change in and phone number of your local
gins returned on Saturday while Mrs. family of Jacksonville will spend the John, who Is a native of north contra You should notify Social Security if the amount. Social Security Office are listed in the
Huggins remained with the family for weekend with his parents. Mr. and Pennsylvania also enjoys to fish you move or change your mailing ad- Your right to SSI payments as well telephone directory under "Social
another week. Mrs. Orie Wiggins. for mountain trout when he and his dress.Also notify your post office and as the amount of these payments Security Administration."The person
wit i vacation In the mountains of ask the postmaster to forward your may be affected by changes In the in the office will be glad to help you
Sale Merchandise: Noi th Carolina and go camping mail. Then, if the Social Security Of- amount of other Income you have. answer any questions you may have

Leila's% price Dress now Shop at employed Miss Adrienne at Wilderness Barry Southeast.who is ....1....................................................................... If you also get Social Security The number to call in Starke Is.
have 964-5066.
checks you do not! to report your
....505. Inc. In Savannah Ga. will be home
Bradford Sq.Shopping Center Thursday to Monday. She is being ?; BRADFORD LODGE NUMBER 35. F&AM INSTALLS 1980 J

met at the airport by her mother : OFFICERS :
Mrs. A.J. Barry son Drew, and Mr. STILL TIME TO PLANT
and Masons. Grand Lodge of
Mrs. F.J. Shaw spent the weekend I :rsdford Lodge Number 35. Free Accepted
and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwlre of Starke
with her son-in-law and daughter.Mr. Fli rids marked the 112th anniversary of the granting of Its original Charter on
and Miss Pam McRae of Gainesville.
and Mrs. Ovid Bennett in Jackson- Ja tuary 15. 1980. As the Lodge prepared to embark upon Its 113th year Worshipful (BARE ROOT TREEPREPARE
They all will attend the circus in
Charles L.Dinkins.Past Master Installed the 1980 officers and Gilbert Nelson ,
ville.Mr. Jacksonville that night. wo rked with him Installing marshal! The new officers whose photographs ap-
.and Mrs. James Cash and fami- pe red last week in the Bradford County Telegraph but the Identification was SPRING pf WHILE THEY
ly of Orlando were visiting her Orie Wiggins returned last Wednes- no : legible are as follows: Brothers Paul H. Baker Junior Deacon; Dewayne L. [GARDEN AREA NOW. LAST-
parents.Sen.and Mrs. Charley Johns day after 10 days in St. Vincent's Mi Rae. Senior Warden; Al K. Carlisle Worshipful Master; James E. Watson.
over the weekend. Hospital. Set tier Deacon; Elmer E.Lewis.Junior Steward; back row. Worshipful HerbertA.
Green, Sr.. Past Master Secretary; Worshipful Curtis T. Lee. Past Master
Mrs. Marc: Jackson had a small Cindy A. Montford daughter of Mr. Till er; Worshipful Walter H. Lee, Past Master, Chaplain; and Brother Robert S. 25U
party last Friday afternoon and Mrs. Henry B.Montford a senior MI Inns Senior Steward. Not pictured are Brothers William Abrams, Junior .AMJOFF
celebrating the fourth birthday of her majoring in business management at Wi ,rden; Archie M. Tanner Treasurer; and Gerald M. Williams. Marshal.m"'OTHIC Controls
daughter. Monica. Cake and ice Florida Southern College was on theDean'alist REGULAR PRICES
cream were served to her four little for the fall semester. II, Nematodes
friends. Weed ALL REMAINING
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McQuaig of I
Waycroes spent Saturday and Sunday :f Insects AndSoilborne PACKAGED FRUIT .
Sale Merchandise with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mack Disease
H price DOW a'LeUa' Williams. SHADE TREES.In -
Available
.Dress Shop ................
tM-MSl Quarts And Gallons SHRUBS & VINES
Bradford Sq.Shopping Center The following personals below are
rewritten because of a technical error ; REGISTER TO VOTE

In last week's paper. ,
Marion Langston of Columbia. S.C. Ideal
was weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelll and
Veneer Spiers. family of Jacksonville were weekend I BED MIX PREMIER PEAT MOSS

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ] BOOKS sister 1 Pure
i CLOSE
Top Quality -
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawson were In Stefanelll at Hampton Lake. REGISTRATION S Aa
Dothan. Ala. and Fort Gaines Ga. LB. Beg_ICQ Seasoned Peat
Thursday to Sunday visitingrelatives. Billy Hugglns former assistant .Up To
manager at Starke Wirus-Dixie has FORPRESIDEIITI'IL t4o'in Times its Wt. J CSj

been transferred to Gainesville wherehe to LB. Big 289Compete Moisture... ....
to at the
Dr.and Mrs. J.H. Minesinger was promoted manager
spent Winn-Dixie store in the Westgate Planting Medium Improves Growing
Friday to Sunday at Miami Beach attending Shopping Center. PREFERENCE Condition of the
the Florida Optometric Contains Needed Organic.
Soil Mix Some in
Association regular board meeting. Bon Meal Cow Manor d
Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLendon or When Planting 0
Dr. is the current
Minesinger presi- returned Sunday after two weeks visit Other Vital Elements
dent of the North Central Florida
Op-
with their and family. Mr. and j
son
tometric and Mrs.
Society Minesinger Mrs.Jim McLendon In Blowing Rock PRIMARY .: 299
is president of the Auxiliary.Sale r RYE PASS / CALK we. .;. ...... i

Merchandise N.C.Mr.. and Mrs. Pete Reyes of s0 fir. j
"i price sow at Jacksonville were Sunday dinner 56s.139 999 399 ; i
Leila's Dress Shop guests of Mrs.P.D.Reddish and family bli 1 Y2 Cs. FL date ......

....505. FEBRUARY ,
Bradford Sq.Shopping Center ................. j 9,1980 i

Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of "Opera" is a shortened GARDEN & LAWN ,
Wildwood and Winfred Hazen of form of the Italian"musical*per I S P.M. HAND TOOL SALE, :J
Gainesville were Sunday visitors of in mutua.. meaning
Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. work." ,' Green thumb'Ouallty_ Tools

I Shovels f

Mrs. Helen Mass arrives Genereux Monday of Springfield for Richard J. Kosall D.DSIIs Elsotlo.Olfdao'Opaa' I Has 2O'OQFF.L0RIM .:. ,

several weeks visit with Mr.and Mrs. e

Robert Green. AnnouncingThe Sat., February. ,1, .8 ,All,-6 PM. Rakes. .. 1 a=

GAUD OF THANKSHow Opening Of His Office ; :

\ PHONE: 964-6280 ;:
can we just say "Thank *ou" With'William"M. ... ,- .:.

in for our all parting the things with God our provided loveoXone for?All us Witt, D.D.S. Neva FlyrinSupervisor' v ., \Est, i GARDEN I CENTER : :z zQRT10
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the food, flower, comfort services. of Elections] 539 E. : .:
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God furnished through your willing 25 N.E. 1 at St. St. 9e4-5745

loving May,God cariag richly hands-bless each of you. Lake: Butler,, Flat| \ ;Bradford t County 1/ I

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Property sales'totaled 9813,812 In James R,.. and Charlotte (Call; Ivle L. Hall Jacksonville, a parcel of Unit No. 4 in Sec. 12, T9S; EVE: Sec. 13, TBS R211!:. $100. Della Z. Speed to Ernest B. and I
October 1979. a light month In which Callahan Stuart Fla., a parcel of land in the NEV4 of the SBV4 of the 22000. Delia Covlngton to Annie Williams. Adel Grlder Lots 8 and. ,t of Lot 29.
29 of the 76 transactions were token land in the NEV4 of NWV4 of Sec. 2, NEV4 of Sec. 14. TSS, R22E. $100. Noeml Maron, Arlington County., Miami. Fla., the NW 4 of the SE'< of Peeks addition 2500.
$100 payments for infra-family deals.. TBS. R22E, $100. Guy B. and Frances O'Roark to Va., to Maria M. Wallace; Lot 13.Blk. Sec. 13, TBS, R21E and SEU of SE>4 Richard Albert and Nancy Jane I
Heading the hat' 'was the $188.009( Beatrice Griffis to Grace Baptist Raymond G. Baldwin,. Miami Lakes. 2,Unit 3,Saratoga Heights,in Sec.29.T6S Sec. 13. T6S, K21E. $100. Bloodgood, to Susan and L.K. ;/ I
sale of the Bradford Motel on North Church Inc. a parcel of land in theE Fla., a parcel of in the E. R22E, $100. T.M. Edwards to Annie Williams wards, Ill.'s parcel of land ia/Duct B
Temple Avenue In Starke. The motel el tike;SWV. of SWV4 of Sec,2,T7S 400,0 ft. of the SE'landing of Sec.24, Robert and Gall Austin,. Jr. to Miami the NW>. of SEL of Sec. 13, of Mount Pleasant on Silver Lake. I
was sold by Martin L. DUffy to ClarkR. R22E. $100.Frank TBS EVE $100.. : Robert Scott a parcel of land lying in T6S, R21E and SEU of SEU of Sec. 13, f7.300. '_.rt
Williams. G. Hemingway,Jr. and Mar- Norma Ltanova Lillian W.Bishop. the NE corner of SWU of SWV4 of Sec. T6S, R21E $700. Edward and ELizabeth lH"Yan to !
Williams purchased' the To-Rena tile H. Alexander to Affordable Lots and 2 of Blk"\", of Jones Addition 25. T5S, R22EL'l00.Affordable Rose Tyson, Jesse Tyson and Glenda M. and Jessie T. Wheeler. Lot I
Motel and Restaurant from the sons Homes of Fla., Inc.,SW corner of Call $11,500. ." Homes of Fla. Inc.,,to Johnny Tyson to Annie Williams, 18 Smokerlse $4,000 ,
of A,C. Cermenaro In November 1978 and Broadway Streets running W. 94 Uoyd G. Edwards to Norma Gail Donald D. and Lillian P.Falcon, Lot 5 Miami, the NW4 of SEM of Sec. 13, L,M. and Sharon Gaines to Donald I
for 128000. He sold the To-Reno to ft. S 105 ft., I E.!: 94 ft.,N. lOll ft.,10000. Edwards!: a parcel of land lying In of Blk. 1 in White Acres Subdivision. T6S, R21E and SEl.of SEU of Sec. 13, B. and Shirley Ann Bagwell A parcel I
Hsui-Lien Lee for 1218.000( in July Daisy Belle Barton Sandra J. Sec. 20 1163, R22Er$ 00. $35,500. TBS, R21E. $15.400 of land In the SE 4 of SW 4 of Sec. 28.
1979. The Lee has turned the To-Rena Mathews, Melrose the SE!: corner of Mae P. and Conrad William Zim- E.D. Allen, Alachua to E., David James Imre Hammond to Sharon T6S. R=E, $100.
Restaurant Into the Chinese Garden the NWV4 of the NW V4 of Sec, 25, T8S mer to Harold S.' and Katherine D. Allen, Gainesville, the E'w of the R.. Hammond a parcel of land In Sec Clarice Brown to William W. Boree
recently given a raving revue by Ken R22E. $100.Arthur McKinley. Lot 3 of Green Acres Annex NEV4 of the NEV4 of Sec. 35, T7S 36 T8S R22E. f 100. Melrose. a parcel of land in the SE'
Cruickshank In the Times-Union. Hill Jr. to Mercy D. Hill 24750. R20E. $100Richard Joe and Maude Griffis to Patrick B. of Sec 12. T 9S, R22E. $100.
Prices of transactions are figured Lots S and 7 of Blk. 5, in Lincoln City, Michael I. Padgett to Nadine C. H. and Laurel W. Jockel to and Patricia L. Welch, the SW cornerof Michael and Muriel Gilhooly to
from documentary tax stamps affix- in Sec. 32, TBS, R22E $100. Cannon, N'* of NEV of Sec. 26. TSS Donald Edwin and Ester R. Hardy, NE"Of NE'4 of Sec. 33. T6S, R22E, Robert C. and Lola U. Pof gott. a
ed to deeds filed In the office of the Steven R. Sedlacek Duval County R21E. $100.Clay Gainesville a parcel of land lying in 2500. parcel of land in the SEU' Sec 6.
county clerk. Other tranactions in October to Roy V. Weir the EH of the SEV4 of Electric Cooperative. Inc. to the SWV4 of the NEV4 of Sec. 20, TSS. Richard R. and Anna Grace Rau to T6S. R22E 4000.
were: the SEVt of Sec. 15. TBS R22E!:, $100. Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, R22E, $17,500.Warren M. Milburn and Dorothy C. Pehl Lillie Carter Duval County to
Kenneth L. Cormell, Duval. Countyto Harold R. and Jacquelyn B. Higgln- Melrose. the SW corner of the E* of W. and Sue W. Winkler to Montgomery County, M.D., a parcelOf Daniel Carter Jacksonville, a parcel
Robert L. and Lula D. Pennington. botham and Mary Lee Crawford to SW V4 of SW V4 of NWV. of Sec.25.TBS, Affordable Homes of Fla.. Inc., Lot 3 land In Sec. 12. T9S, R22E. 17812. of land in Lots 10. 11. and 12. Sec 14.
Jacksonville a parcel of land In frac- Harold R and Mary Lee Crawford R22E. $300.. of Blk. 1 in White Acres Subdivision Michael and Muriel C. Gilhooly to TSS. R22E, $100.
tional Sec. 3, T.7S., R21E, 10000. Jr.,a portion of N4 of the NW V. of the ..Jennings'and Merle Starling to 3000. Donald E. and Gloria S. May a parcel Ulyss S. and Lomie D. Rhoden to
Anne G. Hodge. Alachua County, to NWV4 of Sec. 23, TSS. R22E $100. Morris and Janet Starling. NEV4 of Gust and Maxine L. Kallas to Macil of land lying partly In Sec. S and partly John M. and Charlotte M Hendry the
Andrew L. and Barbara A. Moats Bobby Lane and Judy Lynn McLeodto NEV4. Sec. 30, T7S. R21E, 100. McLeod, the NE corner of NEV4 of, In Sec. 6, T6S. K2ZE. ".000. NE corner of Sec 12. T6S. R20E.
part of the N Mi of Government Lots 11 Catherine W. Smith Lot 2 of Blk 1 Merle Starling to Jennings W.Starling SEV4 of NEV4 Of Sec. 29. TSS R22E, Greta Fay and Onie Alvarez to. 12000.
and 12 in Sec. 18T7S, R20B. $10,000. of A.L. Alvarez's addition to the Townof NWV4 of SEV4\ of Sec. 19, T7S $12,000. Johnnie S. Cooper and Louis F Owen and Willie M Simmons to
Affordable Homes of Florida Inc. Starke, 12000. R21E. $100.Jennings. Martin L. and Judith R. Duffy to Crews, the NE'< of NE'4 of Sec. 29, Charles V. and Deborah Rowland.
to Edna Ray Crawford, a portion of James F. and Frances P. Watts W. Starling to Merle Starling Clark R.. Williams NE comer Sec. T6S. R22E, 9000. Hampton.. SW 4 of SW 4 of Sec 20
the NE V. of Sec. 6, TBS, R22E, $3,500. Volusla County Jesse LeRoy andAnn NVYV4 Of SEV4!:\ of Sec. 19, T7S 21, T6S. R22E 188000. Sampson Lake Properties. Inc. to T7S.R22E. $1.600.Affordable .
Jack Harry Eddy and John Willie K.Rueth, the N1.*of the S'i of the R21E!:, $100.A. Alma Jean Wilkerson to RaymondF. Judith N. Boyd. Lake Geneva a Homes of Fla.. Inc. to
Eddy to Carlton E. Lipsius. SW V. of the SWV4 of Sec. 3,T7S,R22E, Russell and Muriel S. Norman to Wilkerson, parcel of land in Lot parcel of land in Sec. 3. TVS R21E, Kenneth L. and Diane Tetslone. Lot 3
Gainesville the S''* of the SWV4 and $45,000. John F.' and Gloria GlUenwaters a 56, Sec. 13, TSS. R22E, 7600. $7,500. of Blk. 1, in White Acres Subdivision..
the VY'4 of the SVYV. of the SE Y, of Charles Alvarez to William Marion parcel of land In the N'/4 of Government Eugene F. Shaw to Alvin Gibbs Lot Sampson Lake Properties, Inc., to $37.900.
Sec. 35. TVS, R21E. $100. and Andrea K. Abrams, Lots 14, 15 Lot 1, Sec. 34, TllS, R27E, 9, Blk. 2, In Sunny Acres Subdivisionin Phillip Green and Robert E. Green
Leon and Thelma June DIC ndlo. and is of Blk 3 of City Park, Subdivision 15000. Sec. 21,T6S, R22E. 2250. Jacksonville a parcel of land in Sec.
Jr., to Angelina L. Eddings, the SE of Weatherly, $36.000. Singleton E. McKay to David G. Orene P. Cowart James Michael 4, T7S, R21E. $9,500.
corner of the NEW of the NEV4, Sec. Ruth Reddish Drew F. and Ada and Isabella D. Peters Lot 23.Blk. 15, Cowart and David Jackson Cowart to Jewelle H. Brown to James M. and
27T6S, R22E. $100 Reddish, James R. and Sandra Red- Keystone Club Estates. 3000. Stephen W. and Mamie L. Cowart, a Betty R. Pennington, a parcel of land Ridge Drywall
Chevron U.S.A. Inc.. Kentucky to dish and Glen and Linda Reddish the Richard C. Martin and Ray C. Martin parcel land lying In the NEM of in the NW 4 of SE'. of Sec 12. T6S.
LV. Hiers MacClenny, SEV of the NW corner of E 4 of NWV4 of SWV4> to Robert W. and Lynda C. Mask NW V4 of Sec. 1. T6S, R21E, $100. R21E. $25.000.Keystone 0 Hang Finish
NWV4 Of Sec. 28. T6S R22E. 21000. Sec. 10, T6S. R22E $100. Lot 12 of Bik. A of Seminole Ridge Henry E. and Judith D. Spell to Developers of Bradford.Inc. .
Gene D. Adams to {Katherine Hlnes- Polly Prevatt to Bonnie Virginia Unit No. 4 in Sec. 12, T9S, R22E William C.F. and Constance J. Muse, Jacksonville, to Caulie E. and
Matawan New Jersey, Lot 4, Bit C of Cowarf,a parcel of land In Lots 10,11 $18,400. NW corner of NWV4 of SEV. Sec. 27, Eston A. Futch Jacksonville, a Texture
Mt. Pleasant on Silver Lake, 45000. and 12, Sec. 14, T5S, R22E, $100. Robert W. and Lynda C. Mask to T7S, R21E. $100.)( parcel of land In the NE1* of Sec. 24
Steve and Rita J. Guinn to Steve Willie James Randolph to Annie R. Gerald T. and Dorothy W. Bennett Lois Hagan to Annie. Williams T8F. R22E, ".500. PatchworkNew
Guinn, Melrose, a parcel of land In the Randolph the EH of Lot I, and the S. Lot 12 of Bik. A of Seminole Ridge Miami, Fla.. the NWV4 of the SEV4 of Virgil M. and Tressie Jordon to
SE'/4 of Sec 12, T9S. R22E, $100. 25 ft. of the EH of Lot 2, Blk. 28, Liv- Richard W. and Ruth M. Murray a
Steve Guinn to Walter S. and ingston $100. Susan II. Barry parcel of land in the NE'4 of NW' of or Remodel
Evelyn C. Henderson. Jacksonville, aparcel Mary Louise Allredge Wayne Lee 'Completes Training Sec. 26. T6S, R22E 1000.
of land In the SEV4 of Sec. 12, Allredge, the NW corner of SEV of s'tw13411' Navy Seaman Apprentice Susan H. F. Delano Thomas, Clarice T. and
T9S R22E.45000. the NWV4, Sec. 17.TSS R22E, $11,500. Barry daughter of Joseph W. Barry, Joseph G. Wood AJ. and Jean S. tn Estimate
Joe H. and Myma D. Kelsey to James S. and Jewell L. Berryhill to Starke has completed recruit train- Thomas Jr.. to Sarah J. Fulgham. a
parcel of land in the SE 4 of NW 14 of 0.,19 Yr*.Experience
ing at the. Naval Training Center
Orlando Sec 10, T7S, R22E. 3000.

Starke Rec. D4 pt. News During, trainees the studied eight-week general training military( cycle Frank J.W. H.Denmark and Dorothy and Annie H. Brown.Brown Jr.to, 4 "I 73, 7068 Ky C.II"ton after.HIghti':00

the SW corner of the Ell of SW 4 of
Softball Fields Can be Reserved Now subjects designed to prepare them for NW4 of Sec.: 10, T6S, R22E $10,50ff.;
SUNK IONICS-. O. and
The Rec. Department! is now reser- Slmmmi 10, further academic on-the-job
ving softball fields to teams to be In Tyson 1. CvraW Goodman 21. training in one of the Navy's 85 basic Ble
the 1980 city league. occupational fields. t
Teams can reserve the fields for 7f.ra .44 White Shadow 2* Included in their studies were PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE
two-hour time slots by calling 74'...- Don Portia 25, I. Chandler. 11. seamanship close order drill Naval
9646792. A light fee of$3 for two hours Wilbur Sowoll 2, W. Tyson 2. history and first aid. Personnel who
will charged for night hours until two WHITI SHADOWS-. McDufflo 7, S. Joseph W. Chambers complete this course of instructionare
weeks before the season starts, when Clark 11, M. Plan. S, I. Aldrldgo 2. ellgib for three hours of college IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BRADFORD COUNTY PLANNING
Sworn into Guard
all practices will be free. Teams will credit In Physical Education and AND ZONING BOARD. THE DESIGNATED LOCAL PLANNING

need permission cards to be on the Small Games Joseph W. Chambers. IT. of Starke. Hygiene.Apprentice. AGENCY FOR LAWTEY HAMPTON BROOKER AND BRADFORD
fields now. Fry Is sworn Into the Florida National Barry joined. the NavyIn COUNTY, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 163. FLORIDA STATUTES. WILL
Maroon 28 Red 16 Guard by tad U.William Elrod at the November.t I'Traffic 1979. HOLD A PUBLIC: HEARING TO RECEIVE COMMENTS ON THE COM
Softball Organization's MAROONWMII. Chandler.. 2*. Mil Cedar Hills Armory >In Jacksonville.: : Deaths For PREHENSIVE PLAN FOR THE CITIES OF LAWTEY.: HAMPTON AND '
Organizational meetings for the Hamilton 2.. .. Chambers a Junior Bradford High '
,
n" .t BROOKER AND COUNTY. ..CAutioN.-TUE'SDNVyns' tR
Slarke RecreltionDepartment'a softball -.' 4 a.T Seckeonnn1e I:; 4 _ol MranAMrst.B-Bic'i 1919,14ay' .set'.NeW layii:: dJI all 1 BRADFORD
Jw= :l :.ptf 1rkvi ntJJ.! .. 1:>o>8choolls Mm FEBRUARY 19.. 1 t980. AT 7:30'P.M.. INinrHr'COWMISSIOr' '1v "d.
leagues have-tMieir'eUifort1'* '" ,8".' oh ,.. tint Chambers at Starke. 'The youngrecruirs : 'liighr' '
Monday, Feb. '25-7 p.m.: father Is a sergeant first ROOM OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE. STARKE,
Women's Church. B p.m. Men's 9-12 basketball class hi' the Guard, presently the TALLAHASSEE The traffic FLORIDA. COPIES OF THE. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN ARE
Church Robert Bellamy pumped in 56points physical security NCO In the 50th fatality total for 1979 is slowly approaching AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION AND REVIEW! AT THE ZONING
Wednesday Feb. 17 p.m. In one game and Daren Area Support Group. (National Guard the 1973 all time high of OFFICE IN THE BRADFORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Women's City League, 8 p.m Men's Chandler threw in 47 in another to Photo 2,662 said the Florida Highway Patrol ,STMRKE,
City League. highlight Junior Boys play at the Old recently. FLORIDA AND THE BRADFORD COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY.
The meetings will be held in the Old Armory In Starke. Preliminary totals.for 1979 show STARKE, FLORIDA. 2/7 2tchg 214.REGULAR t
Armory and all team managers that 2,603 people died in Florida traf-
should attend or send a represen- Bullets 47 Nets 38 (Feb. 5) fic crashes Delayed reports are still
tative. Also the rec.department re- UUITSMlrato. Scott 22, JaiMi Martin being counted as people die from in-
questing all teams to bring In the 4, Shawn Jackson a. Cecil Jackson 7. juries received prior to the end of the
name of someone Interested in umpir- Rkfcoy Calnoy 4. f 1 year.Patrol.
ing who didn't umpire last year. NETSJohn David Francis 14, Alvin Director Colonel Eldrlge
James 4, t...okle. Chandler. 4. KamlaJackson Beach said "We are hoping that the
Youth Baseball Registration Set .. Tony Tyson 4. total figure stays below the 1973
Registration for Starke Dixie Youth number because that Is ont recordour
and Dixie Boys baseball will begin Hawks 44 Lakers 39 (Feb. S) state can do without." ELECTION
Feb.: 20, 1980-lasting through March HAWKSCharlie Polham 10. James "Of course there are TOWN BROOKER
13, IV80. Johnson 10.Cathy Simmons 1. John David' aY people driving, riding and waling on OF
Registration will be held at the Old Francis a. Dennis Pesos II.LAKIM our highways and streets therefore. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Armory from 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. andat .. Levi Simmons 14 Simon MB- more people are dying each year in FEBRUARY 12, 1980
Pratt St. Center from 3-5 p.m. choll 1.Isaac Simmons 10. Retort" Litany traffic _ftrAirM"We'll .__..n....
Leagues are Dixie Youth Minor for 12.
8.10 year olds Dixie Youth Major for
10-12( year olds and Dixie Boys for Celtics M Jail 53 Feb. 5)CILTlCS. :signature of Elector

13-It year olds. Age determining dateis -- Darren Chandler.. M, abort do your
August I. Boys and girls can sign up Taylor 2, Charlie' Polham 20. 0010"Issuing of
for Dixie Youth leagues. Only boys JAZZ- Dennis' D.S... 2*. Mokortollomy OfficerNo.
can enter the Dixie Boys league. More 2f. Short Form for
information will be given out at
registration.:! Celtics 55 Nets 43 (Jan. 31> ..

COTICSDaren Chandler. '7. Rotor' ? (Stub No. 1))
Ceramics Reopens Taylor 4, lorry Davis 2. Shawn Davis 2. only $7.50: .
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David Fran'
John
NITS- Terry Tyson f.
t Ceramics classes will be reopening
ds 14 Alvin. James .. temohlo Chandler.
Monday Feb. 4. at 7 p.m. Wednesday
morning classes will. begin Feb. 6, at 9 2. REGULAR ELECTION
a nr
Jars (0 Hawks 43 (Jan. 31)
There Is no registration fee, class JAZZ. Robert ..II...., M. loon Hartley' TOWN OF BROOKER
members! pay only for their green- BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

ware paints, and firings. 4.HAWKS-. Charlie Polham 10. James FEBRUARY 12, 1980 .
Lillie Ann Johns/ is the instructor.Call .
Taylor' 13, Johnny Jackson 10. Cathy ClmLakers -
964-6792 for information. .
2.
m.es
1Tile !

) Blazers and 76'ers came out on 44 Bullets 42 (Jan. 31)LAKERS Signature of Elector ,
top jn the Senior Boys games of last Levi Simmons 22. Simon MIL

week. shell 14. hoe Simmons i.SUlirrS ..
Blazers M Super Sonici 34 ShewnJockson .
Ricky' Oelney 14 iA ,
ILXZIRS- BM.M|.1.| Mike Tlloal. 14. I. Cecil Jackson 10. MKolo Scott .T Initi (

O. Carter *. K. OrlHIa 4. M. .Clark, ,2. I.Jafforion ., B. Jams Martin i.I r'j.r.A.; ': Issuing Officer. i
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PUBLIC NOTICE inflation :
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j The Florida Department of Transportation announcesa :' CITY ELECTION : ; ,

Public Hearing to be held in the Commission Room of together. TOWN OF BROOKER .
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tAe Bradford County Courthouse on February' 21 1980 at BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA' 1 .. .
200 P.M. to which all persons are' invited. This year well prepare your 1u4CA) Short Form FEBRUARY 12, 1980 : '

: The purpose of the hearing .Is to afford interested per for only 7.50? Any state or Jocal return is extra. Make a Mark X opposite the name of_the Candidate. of : ,

si ns the'opportunity'' ; tcir;express! their' Vi iew l, concerning So., oe, to H&R Block= let's' fight your choice .,w.au.. u.'n' .,
:
tF & road numbering plan for the State. County, FOR CITY GROUP I
J COUNCJL. .
H ghway Maps depicting the road numbering! "t f
Systems.
Vote For One r Term Two Years !: i"
will be available for viewing at the Court Clerk's of-. : a
H&R BLOC ; '
pun A.B. .. -.eo .t 1"1" t r "air +r '
,'la in the: Bradford! County Courthouse during normal, .., i ADAMS d"\. '., :

.rking 1980.hoursfrom' February, 1980 through. February I THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE .' ;E 1 JOE CJ::.TOLtESON: ,S .'4.. .T", ,.I.a.S


This hearing Is being held in compliance with Sections WE PREPARE ALLSTATE: AND CANADIAN\ RETURNS ., t, ( h' e' SNIP $1 .

3 .043( ond ,35.O8Ftorldd Statutes an ctChopter.14.33. ; ji 1 j 127 S. Water St.> $torkefl' ". .. FORCJrv.COVNqL.GROUPII: ,- :. ,S.,'I" '1I'1i.''{ntlai a. "r '
964.0286 J
F ride ;.AdrrHnlitrotlve-SCode'; as ,Qni.nded|, August 5. !' f ore For One Term Two'Yea..s 11. \ } 1

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by Elizabeth Terry Lawtey Elem School News (45aes1.F grades); 10:15'Lawt. ; VS parents, Mr.; ind1Mio/Arlie'Dobixe! J sIted heir granddaughter, Mrs.
phone 782-3300 Brooker (6th grade). thington Springs'. bn.'SlIitday. Afternoon Jan.: 31. David Tomlinson ,and their great
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Six weeks honor roll from Mrs.Golden's 10:45: Championship garse'' ((4/5 ,. : Mrs. Fred Moore went after"her granddaughter, I in,. St. Vincent's

Grace United Methodist: The Happy class: Tasher Allen Paula, Kim grades); 10:45 Lawtey VS Hampton(7th Mrs. Lucille T.'lvey and Mr'and sister Miss Ra@chel. Boyer, of Hospital on S&jnllay.tfternoon, .
Birthdays during the remainder of Gowens, Timmy Smith, grade). Mrs, D.R. Brown and family visited'' Jacksonville; Jan. is. She spent the Mrs. D.O ,.Brown ,anddaughter'
January were in honor of Marie Ellyn McKinney and Carrie Sellers. PERSONALS Mrs. Ivey'a mother.Mrs. J.B. Taylor.Sr. night with Mrs. Moore and they left Shawna, went with her sister, Mrs.
Love, Hubert Priest and Kenna Calendars for the month will have be been held Lawtey Dixie Youth Little League .. in Cathedral Health Rehabilitation here on, Monday for Tampa where Louann Walker...tMSarasota Thurs-
sent home.The Book Fair
Wilkerson. plans to have a dance Saturday Center, Jacksonville,. Sunday they spent three'weeks with their day and earn110m.on Sunday after-
night,
Feb. 8-14.
in the the week of
library .
there
While '
Mrs. Cecil Wade. .
IMPORTANTOur monthly Feb. 9, at the school from 7-11 sister, noon, (
This will not order books, but p.m. p.m.Mr.
year we and Mrt "Win, Wolf of Cape they attended the Pastor's Con I tMr.
Fellowship Supper will be a Sunday There will be a dance contest for the '
Instead you will be able to purchasethe : Mr. Keith C rant of
Coral visited
spent the' weekend with their ference in Lakeland.They also and -
Feb. covered dish children with for the
affair ,
evening, 10, prizes first and "
ones you want from the racks. We parents'Mr.;'and Mrs. Don Higgin1botham their brother and sister-in-law Mr. !:Jacksonville, and Mr, and Mrs. Mike
with special music by the Jackson also having a poster contest to second place winning couples at the ,
are and dinner
Sisters. These talented Chris- dance. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer, and Mr Oglesby.were Sunday guestsof .
tians are to be very filmed by the United advertise the Book Fair.There will be A Mr.and Mrs. Franklin McDanlel'' Mr.and Mrs..Frank Starling and Mrs. C.Y. Mayo, of Tampa, and Elder Mr.and, Mrs..Robert Lee, I
three categories: K, 1-3, 4-7.
age family of Bryceville were guests of and Mrs. George Boyer of Plant City.
Meth. Audio-Visual Dept. and have of$3 worth of books from the Orlando are the proud parents of a '
visited soil while for prize Susan Elaine their parents Mr.: and Mrs. Fleam They stopped in Wildwood to see Mr. Mr. 'and Mrs. Bruce 'Crapse and
foreign singing winn- daughter, born at
Book Fair will be offered as the :
the Lord. This will be our Sweetheart Shands Hospital Jan. 24. Grandparents Starling Saturday night and Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. Seeb Andrews on their.way, daughters. Christina and Athena,Mr
ing prize in each age group. Judging Wyolene Day and son Keith of back. and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos and :
before Valentine's Mr. and Mrs.
Banquet Day, so are Edward
will be Feb. 8. Winners will be an- i
do be with us and share this special Manning, Lawtey and Mrs. Effie Jacksonville visited with her mother Open House was held at the home of f daughters Michele and, Roena of J
nounced in next week's news. Mrs. Lucille T. and her brother- Bill celebratethe Jacksonville and Mrs. t
theme of LOVE. Eating promptly at 7 McDaniel, Ocoee. Ivey Mr. and Mrs. Crouse to and Mr. Gary
There will be a PTO meeting Tues- ET and Mrs. Michael e' in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. wedding of their son-in-law and Wheeler were Sunday dinner guests :
p.m.REVIVAL! This is scheduled for day, Feb. 12, beginning at 7:30:be p.m. Hinesville, Ga., spent Friday Crap and of Brown and family on Saturday even- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carl of their parents Mr. and Mrs. M.D. )
We to please
encourage you pre McKinley on Sunday;Feb.3. About 50 Crapse. The occasion was to
Mar. 19-22. The entire Methodist Con- fourth Saturday of last week with their ing.Mr
sent. Third and grades are
ference is engaged in Spring Revivalsof for refreshments. parents Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse, and Mrs. F.L. Roberts of people called during the day, celebrate Christina and Roena's Sth I
responsible
which we will be a part. The special School valentine parties will beginat Sr.,and Mr.and Mrs.Cecil Hardee,of Jacksonville were Friday and Satur- Refreshments. of coffee and cake and 6th birthdays. They had a pretty I
music will be announced at a later Highland.Mrs. day guests of their. sister, Mrs. John were served. cake with candles on it and served ice I
Feb. '
2 on Thursday, 14.
date.A p.m. Lissie Starling of Jacksonville Tye.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Tomlinson, of cream with it. Roena is spending the
We will be hosting a county wide and Mrs. Donald Wilkison and Lake Butler are the proud parents of week with her grandparents..
visit with our Eloise Olin found Feb. spent a week with her daughter, Mrs. :
speedball tournament Friday,
granddaughter, Dana. attended the a daughter,horn Sunday,Feb. 3 in St
her in good spirits. It was good to see 15. Grades 4-7 will be participating in Elsie Norman.
Bub Carter back in church this morn- the tournament. We invite those who Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and 5th Wedding Anniversary of their son Vincent's Hospital. Grandparents are I II
and I
.
daughter-in-law and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs' Bobby Norman
ing. Charles Capehart has returned to daughter Angela, were Sunday
can to come out and watch the tourna- supper FloydTomlinson
Daniel Wilkison in Jacksonville on Lawtey, and Mr. and Mrs. ; :
Bradford County Hospital for a brief ment. Games will begin at 9:IS. guests of their brother and sister- ServicemenPfc.
stay. in-law,Mr.and Mrs. Don Boyette and Friday. ,Lake Butler Great grandparents I
9:15 Lawtey VS Hampton (4/5
Mrs. Tim,Wilkerson entertained ata are Mr. and Mrs. Truman : I.
Next week in early church we will family of Macclenny.Mr. .
grades); 9:15: Lawtey VS Hampton
have our monthly Sword Drill. At pre- (6th grade). and Mrs. Gene Pearson,' their birthday party for her daughter Norman of Lawtey. Henry J. Pete i
Kenna on her 13th: birthday on Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville was a
Terri Wilkerson Is the
sent Elem (4/5 brother and sister-in-law Mr. and :
9:45 Southside VS Starke
Jan. 30. The Love dinner at the home of Assigned Cavalry Scout
Wednesday Thursday guest
undefeated and Mikkl Beckeris Mrs. Frank and
winner Camp Bryan, were
the winner in the Quarterly Bible grades); 9:45: Brooker VS Hampton Saturday afternoon guests of their children, the Wilkersons, Susie and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Pfc. Henry J. Pete son of Mr. and !
(6th grade). Bucky Kite and Burton Howard Nor- Dobbs Jan. 24. Mrs. John H.
Bee. and Loggias Starke recent- i
nephew and niece, Mr Mrs. Ernie
10:15 Brooker VS Winner of 9:15
: Mixon, of Jacksonville. The man, Jr. were present. They played Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harper and ly was assigned as a scout with the 9th I
was to celebrate Mrs. Camp'sand occasion games and were then served cake and family of Keystone Heights visited Cavalry at Fort Hood, Texas. ,
Ernie Mixon's ice cream. their grandmother,Mrs. Carl. Prevatt A 1979 graduate of Bradford High I
Pierce Crews birthdays.Mrs. visited her Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris on Sunday afternoon. School, Pete entered ,the Army in :
I -- Community NewsBy amm. sister, Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Wor- were Thursday dinner guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman August, 1979. I


Elizabeth Walker, 964-6683. presiding. The meeting will begin at 8 f I r
Girt Scouts: p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, there will !
The Girl Scout cookies are being be a skit, "One Day Too Late". II IIat
delivered by the Scouts. If a customer New Bethel Baptist Church: Choir HAND PAINTED
is desirous of more cookies, the Scout No. 1 wig rehearse Saturday a p.m. pre
can get more from the Cookie Cup- Prayer Meeting and Bible Class each )' MUGS ATSAVINGS I f
board. The Council will be grateful for Thursday 7 p'.m. P tesetSTONEWARE
the cooperation of all. There will be an anniversary
celebration for the Deacons, MAGNIFICENT j jf
Church Activities Deaconesses and Trustees Sunday
Ml. Pisgah AMK Church: The beginning with Sunday School, the ,
pastor and members of Mt. Pisgah local superintendent In charge. There I
AME Church invite the various churches will be a guest teacher for class No. 1. ,i1\\ / ,
of the community and public to The review will be by the pastor or his anyjumbo
attend our "Old Fashion Revival" appointee. Morning Worship service size
beginning Sunday night Feb. 10, 11 a.m. with Choir No. 1 singing. Rev,
through Friday, Feb. 15. Services A.J. Simmons will deliver the regularIze At.' mug only
begin at 7 p.m. nightly. The church is message. 3 p.m. Rev. MayBerry and l t $1 I
located on US 301 south of State Road congregation will conduct services. size mug99C .
100. The speaker of the week is Rev. Reports will be read. Immediately NOW YOU CAN COLLECT A -{ sto
Richard Wallace, pastor of after Communion will be given. COMPLETE SET OF BEAUTIFUL yp 5349 value
Macedonia AME Church Fernandma Refreshments will be served im- MUGS AT GREAT SAVINGS compares to :
Beach. and Prince Chapel AME mediately after services. JUST FOR SHOPPING WITH US- $1.79 value h
Church. Nassaville. Come One, Come Church of God In Christ: Each CHOOSE FROM A WIDE SELECTIONOF
All and be a part of this great Tuesday 6-7 p.m. Adult Choir SHAPES DECORATIONS!
Spiritual event. rehearses 7 p.m. at the church. Tues-
First Born Church of The Living day 7 p.m. Bible Band. Friday 7:30: /'sl Buys I'pSKplfi !
God: Evangelist Small of Lake Wales Prayer and Pastoral Teaching. Sun-
began a two week revival on Feb. 4. It day School 930.: Morning Worship |? |, IAM u.s.N Ate No. 1 Chef Potatoes 1.94i
will end Feb. 15. Services nightly at 11:30: with the pastor in charge. Urt "e.1 I 1111'" .
7:30. Everyone Is welcome.The YPWW 530.: Evening Worship 7:30. ORANGES ORGRAPEFRUIT Sno White Mushrooms 559..
District Women Workers The pastor will deliver the message. UW .MM rM M
meeting of the Jacksonville Districtwill Fresh Yellow Onions LI 126Crtwf \ '
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convene at the First Born Churchof Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday t ..
Starke beginning Feb..at and.ending School 10 a.m. Morning Worship. 11. esh1RadishesinI'e .. Pc cm014.t. I I
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Feb. 23. The public is invited.' a m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. :
Calvary Baptist Church: Weekly UVI IN mbay M"11pis
Prayer Meeting will beheld Thursday Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist 9is Fresh Slaw or Salad PRO i 90
in the home of Mrs. Anna Covington. Church: Each Monday 7:30 Senior
2002 Paul St., Starke, Feb.7,7:30 p.m. Choir rehearses. Each Tuesday r.rS"'eet.: Potatoes 4 toow -
Sunday School 10 a.m. Rev. Alphonso Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Wednesday all iii. .
Jenkins pastor Somantha Harmon, Circles will meet at the church at eel o 19EMP0 EACH LS Fresh Florida Grapefruit 6 cot $100we
reporter 730.: Thursday Story Hour at the BAG a,1s.,. ...
Antioch :Missionary Baptist church. Friday 6:30 Junior Usher SAGS Pfanter's Mix Nuts S159

Church: Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer Board and Choir will rehearse. Sun- SAVE 1100. SAVE 200 SAVE 100. Iwi IN...... ae a MAIN
Meeting. Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- day School 9:30. Morning Worship 11 Champion Raisins $119
ning Worship 11 a m. Evening Worship a.m. Dinner 12:30. Evening Worship 6 (
6 p m. You are welcome. p.m. d8t Ei v 'jd j fI price' FRESH L rrFRESH.l1lvertL GREEN
Mt. Morlah and Pleasant Grove Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: ALL PURPOSE / FRESH FLORIDA t (/dD/PriCe' tJ,
l'nit..dtl'thodit: Churches will have The Missionary District meeting will GREEN CIIICES or
Sunday School only Sunday. be held in Green Cove Springs Satur- YELLOW TEMPLE
Mt. f.mnMK: : Church: Tuesday day, 10 a.m. at Mt.Zion AME Church, off,
7:30 choir rehearses. Sunday School Rev. F.R. Richardson, pastor. All interested ORANGES CABBAGE PEPPERS
10 a.m. Communion Service II a.m. missionaries are asked to attend ONIONS SAVE tOd
and 4 p.m. ,members are asked to Mrs. Linda D. Chandler, presi- SAVE 209 SAVE SCALa
attend.Kbeirnrr. dent of Allen Chapel branch. 15 i
Baptist Church: Third Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning 3 $100 00
Sunday activities follows: Youth Day Worship 11 a.m. The Young Adult 39 FOR owN to! @6FORIQUAKER
v.ill be observed. Sunday School 9-:30 Choir will sing. All members are ask LB BAG
Services 11 a m. The speaker for the ed to cooperate with the plans for the
occasion will be Ms. Colman of Spring Rally which terminates Feb.
Jacksonville.The 17. The help of everyone is needed. ASSORTED

fourth Sunday Mrs. A. Davis The District Conference will be heldIn INSTANT GRITS Del Monte KLEENEX aaxrwAwfwl

president of the Women's Convention, Jacksonville beginning Feb. 2729. 80& ASS"(. 'da fl ce =:: .:.:
1llu YU1M 1
will speak at St. Paul Baptist Church, Rev. Zanders will preach Friday
New Perry. Fla. night. The Young Adult Choir will !v 1fZpice2 ,01 DRINKSt.oiJ j TOWELS, 'IAVUOCl 5 *1
Thursday Feb. 7. the pastor, Rev. sing. E.d1!aptlel FOR
Davis is asking all members to meetat :Notice'; The Fellowship of Churches PINEAPPLE/GRAPEFRUIT GIANT ROLL
the church for a business meeting.Feb. anniversary will be held Sunday, Feb. IOC
13-14 the Slate! Home Missions 24 at New Bethel Baptist Church.The e
Board will meet at Ebezener with young people will be in charge of the 48oz 5ge e

.Hev E E Taylor. president. program. The public is Invited. CANe

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eastsell.al .-c.-c; .Rua...mum.e1..eelrat. -...-. WAddle ENS Hampton ,HighlightsGerald EMMOMMUM4'
-- Elementary School They all enjoyed a cake decorated
Hampton
phone_-
By Dolores Meng. '. Melton IB I home following
New Teacher with baby bib and other infant
at Shands called home from Mrs. Leaton U. Morgan Sr. of Starke a
tests and treatment Meng ,
Mrs.VickI Powell welcomed on made by Mrs. McMillan'ssister
was designs
City Council Calif to let his family and Mrs. Iva McKinney of Starke.
Hospital. Sacramento
the teacher for the second Mrs.Jolene Friese.Mrs.
Inger
Monday as ,
The Hampton- Council is Labrador Retriever Maternal are
City know be ana his great grandparents Ledbetter
class while Mrs. and Mrs.
scheduled to meet next TuesdaY'at Hospitalized Chunker, arrived safely. His friends, Mr. and Mrs. E.w7 Hodges Sr. of trade Joyce Campen Kathy
leave. We
McMillan Is also assisted in for the
on maternity arrangements
7:30: p.m. in the City Hall. William Summers remains In Randy Martin and Larry Oglesby, Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Orville she likes teaching here. She

serious condition in the Intensive drove him to the airport last Friday Brookins of Hampton. formerly hope taught at Brooker before party.Room decorations of balloons were

The 4-H Meeting Care Unit of Alachua General night. taking time off to be with her family. done by Billy Bauldree Ann Baker
Hampton 4-H Club held Hospital. Back Home
and Donna who also
monthly meeting Monday night at the Congratulations Edward Clayton has returned home Dorminey
New Student assisted in
home of the Harold Waters family. Ralph and Kim Morgan of Starke after visiting his mother Mrs. Mabel serving
Donna Mowry reports that Alicia and Shelly Carter celebrated her 10th are the proud parents of their baby Clayton, In O'Tappan, N.J. He also Mary Hill was welcomed as a new Mrs. McMillan was presented with
student In the' second grade class a baby high chair by members of the
Frank: Sheffield attended a* new birthday on Feb. 3. daughter, Kimberly Renal, born Sunday visited his sister who has been
Tuesday. She formerly attended faculty on a previous day.
member Frank the American Kenny Huntley turned 9 years old Feb. 3. at COO: p.m. at Alachua hospitalized. school in
Pledge and the 4-H Pledge. on Feb. 4. General Hospital.She weighed 7 Iba.8 Mayo. Solar
Subject discussed were County Mark Rhoden celebrated his 9th birthday oz. and measured 204 Inches. thwpitallied Energy Progr..mStudents
of the 4lh 6th and 7th
Events Swine Production Marie Mrs. Taibi of Graham under- Surprise Party 5th
Day Camping Feb.9. Paternal grandparents are Mary program
honoredby
:Mrs. McMillan was the Solar
Joyce
and Record Books. Richard and Russell Kldd were 9 and Leaton U. Morgan,Jr. of Starke. went hip surgery recently after failIng shower in her second grades enjoyed at the school on last
a surprise baby Energy presented
Refreshments were served !by Darla years old Feb. 5. Maternal grandparents Lucy and at her home. She Is recoverinllnRoom .
grade classroom on Wednesday.Her Thursday by David Brooks of Starke.
and Debbie Roberts and Donna Jr. of Lake. 461 at' Alachua General
E.W. Hodges Hampton
her with nice
students presented He explained the advantages of using
Mowry. Visitor Paternal areStarke Hospital.
great grandparents solar which from the
, The next 4-H meeting la scheduledfor Steven Earnest of Jacksonville baby gifts. energy comes
He told of methods which are be-
sun.
March 3 at 7:00: p.m.at the Waters spent the weekend visiting his
used in solar
ing collecting
home. fee made at Mr.and Mrs.Wallace Collins energy
Inquiries may parents, the
and showed interesting films on
468-1168. and Mends here. ....-.--.. Elementary School News ...---- subject.

Billy Bauldree, Kenny Crawford
Army Transfer Shower Honoree David Nita Melecio, Tiffany Hewett and Cindy Samons.In and Frank Sheffield 7th graders.
Stephens
this
Those celebrating a birthday
Spec. 4 Clarence Melton Is Mrs. Joyced McMillan of
Army
Clark Siegmund,Robert Mrs. Winkler's second grade to to construct their
month in Miss 4th grade class ,Johnny were inspired try
home for a nine day visit with hie'parents. Gainesville was honored recently at a Cissy's to
Hankenon and J.J. Burch. class, prizes were given super own solar collector from the presentation \ -
Brenda McLeod Usa Mosley
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mrs. are
baby shower given by Inger
AnaDenise Those In the library recently readers: Gayle Douglas DavidLoracano. and booklets brought along by
Melton, Sr. and family. He recently Campen at her home on 301 South.She Chad Thornton Kim Crawford working June Cole. Steven Thorn-
from Mrs. Tetstone's room were Mr. Brooks.
participated In a winter training had a decorated cake and other Robinson.
pro and Wessels.
Srivlbul Alyssa
Eric Walton, Kenny ton, Noy
gram at Fort Drum N.Y. He drove in decorations carried the Infant theme. Mrs. Telatone to very proud of the Truin Blye, These Sanders celebrated his birthday
and Chris Dinklns boy. Tyrone
a caravan from Fort Stewart Ga., The party was attended by close following students for advancing to DeSue hard these Feb. 20. salEBOS---.sset.
have worked extra past on
and trained at Fort Drum for one frlenda. their new reader Cartwheels and Griffis-Jenkins' second grade
month before coming home with a H.mpIonLak. Caterpillar: Freddy Cain.Brian Nix few weeks. made Mrs. several pine trees BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL
students
The third graders planted
Clark had Tara DeSue Scott Allen Lesley following LUNCH MENUFEBRUARY
friend. The Connie family causeto test brought In by John
which
their unit spelling were
and Derrick 100 percent on
be proud on Jan. 29 when their Padgett.Alisha Manning 11-15
In Mrs. Crawford's room: Kevin Reichprt, a member of Green Acres
Recuperating thoroughbred horse Roman Trojan, Long. Club. Those having a
Audra Brantly Benjamin 4-H perfect
LesHe and Mary Jones are came out In first place in a 3/4 mile Those moving on to Boxcars and Crawford Don- their unit spelling test on REGULARMONDAY
Richard Neave on
score
recuperating at home following re- race at Florida Downs Racetrack In Bottlecapa are: Yung Sue Hankenon Hankerson Barbara James Martin Michelle : Chicken & noodles, buttered
Karen Morgan, Feb. 1 were
cent treatment at Bradford County Tampa. They raised Roman Trojan Jennifer Williams Truln Blye na McKelvy. Mike Jackson, Strickland Alton Young and Dawn green hot rolls candy
Adrian Mosley Eric Watton, Monlque Smith Mitch Gray, half and milk.
Hospital. from a colt< and Scott spent many Kitties delight. peach
McFarlane.We
Terricena ,
Addle McConaghy has also been him, so they are to be Banks Sean Supsky: Chris Dtnklna Jullanne Jackson Renee having lost three of our TUESDAY: Chili w/beans, tossed
released from the hosnltal. congratulate Vickie McFarlane Kenny DoSue Jimmy Younts Shavrna Blom students regret, Harvey Ratley Dianne salad, pear half, yellow half saltines
and milk.
Hudson and Shane Higdon.
WEDNESDAY: Meat loaf mashed
Mr.Williams announces those wan-
ting to see the piggy banks which his potatoes & gravy, green lima beans
welcome! to hot rolls, peach pie and milk.
students made are come
U.S.I.A. CHOICE BEEF in and browse. He and Mrs. Betty THURSDAY: Fried chicken rice &

Crider are very proud of the effort put gravy, green beans hot rolls
and milk
shortcake
into this art project. Mrs.Crider Is the strawberry
volunteer who works five daysa FRIDAY: Corn dog baked beans,

Every Package Dated parent week in Mr. Williams' math class. 'cole milk.slaw mixed fruit, cinnamon rolland




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nouncement. School, Vo-Tech School
IM i11 den INWrl.IIaW net
Boneless Beef Round Steak II i iWt and all Elem. Schools

MtlMI, Oect IMlNVMlfieiNIBeef Card of ThanksWe Except Southside Elem.

Blade Chuck Steak II SIll e Monday: Chicken pot pie. cabbage

IMI ,MtlSWWirMlll eiM WlltIS) wish to express our sincere appreciation slaw carrot stix. fruit cup milk.
Freshly C Ground Beef II 141 to everyone for the food Tuesday: Sausage rice & tomato

eat *s KB tuna TO/* beautiful flowers and comfort duringthe gravy, turnip greens applesauce,
Smoked Slab Bacon u low r loss of our wife and sister, ." peanut cup cornbread. milkYtrdnrMdu ,-., .. ,
w9j'gttOU Special thanks la the Rescue Squad, mashed
Fried chicken
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lykes SmoPied Plcniesl2ibc448pi: HG for their help and assistance during. potatoes & gravy, buttered green
this time. peaches hot rolls milk.
., peas
UN SI"" IN TNt DAIRY case Family of Ethel Thomas
Fresh Pork Butts II Thursday Spaghetti w/meal sauce,

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,141 The of the late Mrs Daisy hoi rolls. milk.
loin Halt Pork Loin aa\as u a UP 3 TO GALLON family crisp
s ?rl who this life Dec. Friday: Macaroni& cheese. green
Cox departed
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ITMV4 $109 21, wishes to take this method to beans. sweet potatoes applesauce
Fryer Combination u SAVE 200 A LE SAVE 300 A LE SAVE 300 thank our many friends for flowers cake biscuits&peanut butter. milk.

IMf MNwrMUM 38" cards, telegrams and other sets of
Fyne Spred Qtrs. Oleo kindness rendered during her illness Southside School
Elementary
IM m f li e*MMW. 88" UHIHitaeu, laws eu.'..u,...-.rats and our hour of bereavement.
Vegetable Spread u..m,tm or Old Smithfield Sausage 78C WHOLE BONELESS BEEF Son.John p. Diggs Lunch Menu Feb. 11-Feb. IS

UIMUUlU! Margarine. .. 58" Pantry Pride Sour Cream 684JJ6I .......... .......- Monday Macaroni/cheese, 's spiced
171 SHOULDER CLODS
Whipped aniwar Sliced Imported Ham ham sandwich, green beans, fruit

IM WIIM Ml MMM' MSI flit Les Cal Assorted Yogurts 4/M ""was Per rim. a. dru 10'0. $178 Raiford Gospel Sing cup. milk.Tuesdays .
Sliced American Singles IMMIMNIIUU till Mild Smoked Sausage S19 eiII:; : :: Spaghetti w/meat sauce,

C"-wC..o't"t-a./J.:: .' 'lie Fyne Taste Meat Bologna PRIMAL' CUT KALI sVHOL*BJItF "..IIMe.cun.LBONf < Saturday, Feb. 9 cheese stix, tossed salad, apple
Cheese mnIw'waNI.sl.'Wwe'. ". WHOLE BONELESS BEEF LISS BEEFRomano crisp. French bread milk.
un Net e....'mm" IM win There will be Saturday bun,
iaa.99.: BOTTOM ROUNDS CHUCK ROLLS a gospel sing Sloppy joe on
or Parmesan Cheese Pantry Pride Olive Loaf cur a..r.ro CU" ......D.... Feb. 9. beginning 7:30: p.m. at Wedneld.r.1 buttered corn ap-
elrir-tsei 221 u"Jew IUnl eat $261 Faso roil. *188 E :. $188 the Raiford Community Center. plesauce, milk.
Chef Delight Cheese Spread Pantry Pride Grill FranksCIHTM Alta L. n Featured groups will be the Singing Thursday (Made by Mrs. Duncan's

Silcox Family' of Middleburg Missionaries fifth grade).Fried chicken, mashed

CUT i,1 ,aw wrorr. ""' "" Quartet from Lake City and potatoes w/gravy.cole slaw grapes,
SIRLOINSTEAK ILPERCH PORK STEwiNG the Gospel Sounds from Jacksonville. rolls milk.

.. .. SPARE RIBS f BEEF The master of ceremonies will be Friday Chicken pot pie.field peas,
I M.W/\r MMW,1 Joe Brooks of radio station WZON. peach crisp, biscuit peanut butter,

'268 ...'.99<<1: wrV.9'8e .0.Is.. LO)98 Everyone Is invited to attend. milk.

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Ljc Legal Notiee- 'follows:
: NOTICI Of APPLICATION .
Six ((6))acres located'h
FOR REZONING mile North of Starke on
AMENDMENT Of regular meeting held at
: ae AND the wool side ol Hwy 301
7 M In the CountyCommission
THE LAND USE PLAN : p.m. In Section 16. Township 6
a An ORDINANCE amen.ding meeting South. Range 22 East.parcol ,
th* Comprehensive room, Bradford CountyCourthouse for
11 2216. apart.
land U.. Plan Element Storho, meats.
and Map by Bradford Florida on Tuesday. ?i

County, Florida In accordant February. 26. 1980. and You further, given .'
JAMBOREE MR. SPUD INSYANTPOTATOES are
make recommendationto
with the local a NOTICE that a of
Government Camproriantlv the Board of County copy .
aid OR..iNANCE
GRAPE JELLY proposed
ANTI PEDEODORANT NT 'ever .;ce Planning Act Commissioners. and theBoard Is available I f for !II 1
of 197S at provided for In will consider on I I':
Loy' at the of
'tld6j f.3 L. 9ge 'rv r1'ftpc I' 5ge Chapter 163 othe Monday. March 3. I MOat your Inspection ;
Box
E" ./ljl#r' : JAR ''L.,. flee of the Director of i
"In, Florida StotutM. the same sold place at Zoning and Planning I'I!
TO All Cltlivnt T.o. 10 00 A.M. on Ordinance

BORDEN'S FAULTLESS c N$ 31. payers and othor In.' relating to: Sod........!ord.. SIa"County' .. Florida.Cour.I'I'

102 CREMORA SPRAY STARCH FROZEN tarattod parsons f The rezoning of the having Each and every Interestwhatever person i!'I
any
SAVE 500 SAVE 170 You and each of yaw following described property 'In the enact
toAf'f.r8J'on.vl 3oez 199 pgy l 2 150& '1 arM hereby and twavullh and amending the
LjI"r--, JAR. .EyY LjI#ArCe CAN given notice In accordance ., Comprehensive' Land men ORDINANCE of this should proposed appear .1"1

with Florida Use Plan to provide that
and be heard at the
,
ENTERPRISE Statute that Ih* Board lands currently toned BP |I
and
TRIPLE TOPPER time place prescrlbed 11|
Kul Fit"" of County Commit- and designated by the I
CURRY PITCHER TEA KETTLE Sett 8uysi.EFrosFnNi7a/ lanar ol Bradford I plan os Business Professional BRADFORD
SAVE IM. 290 COUNT JL County Florida ho... be reioned to BOARD OF
/* I tee tae To IM MIN *tf PIMM designated! the Bradford R-3. and designated COUNTY COMMIS

Soft, Puffs !;;dr !9-ge; J 1( 6I.oo.3991: Pet Ritz Frozen Pies 99Im.I.awa. County Zoning and Plan MulH-family, the property SIONERS.Gllb.,1 S.
idW9AT at IRENE L.
l arrrr ning Board to conduct a Clerk. Itpd 2/7.
Brown
"VI3.30.KOTIX 994
$19', Pet Ritz Frozen ,Pies public hearing at oIEfiE FAULKNER described. as

MaxI Pads Si'ft Buys In ;- e,.aes/ 8'sl BaysinC'VWeSr''eia.mn", Pet Wattles. ,31 1 J

.err i118 W a/,a u .w" ,..Hem tale meTothbrushesFSoRI'3 TO THE PUBLIC

Quaker Ouch Grits 89" Sunshine' Saltines. 59..t Coffee Lightener 3/894 NOTICE"fl' .

sw .1 teaerl ux 7a r as IWI IIYI FHrtH MMftV?e

SAVE 2H-tOO TABHTS Q Plastic c.oJfe.e.as 3 1 Sunshine Cheez-lt_ 59t. Macaroni & Cheese 3/894 -

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$ 49 uau..11.- wash. : tra \ -
BufffeririSAVBl Bag Of Cat titter 'III Vlaslc Polish Dills 99t Bruce Sweet Potatoes 594 The) price of Individual spaces In Crosby lake> Cs>mat.rf.will

imMMM advance prlcav'cffextlv March I, ItIO, as follows
2 c-6ox! NYOUIL. Faultless Spray Starch/ 2/1 lysol SprayPanchoVilla.Taco 99t Wioliti Liquid SIll ', : J.

Cold Medicine$199 Food iMMeRaum Storage w '1'1' Shills.. ,69t Chun......_King HMaiu Chow! Mein ,j';1 ed Lols'le: portion, of Cometary' where aboveground. monyirfantoore "

will b $250 .t
permitted par space. j ,

PANTRY BITTT CROCK >UNSWIEn: '
HERSHEY 'individual spaces In portion of Cemetery where. Hot markers
PRUNE
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CAKE MIXIS
CHOCOLATf'' -1I1.- '5"OPRDIDAI 5 I ...--..... '69 c '.JUICE IL only' are permitted will b* $M5 par space. i

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PagelOtTELECRAPII February 7.1980!

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.e<::.. : : : : c 2 :,,,, : : : 2 i : E : i ; .n : ii : C O 120. : i : : LJ !! Legals .N et! 11U I I ill : nnUlH: n ! i : J !! E MI1I1! UI'H'!! '. I

NOTICE OF Keystone Height, degrees West;tai Center' 25th day ol February the Co Urti'! .<..k ',. FLORIDA CASE NO. has ben filed against" ,i Use Plan to provide that I

INTENTIONTO Florida 33636 and tile Street 1054.6 feet South 1980, sell th* following ADMINISTRATION 'All CLAIMS, BO-B-CA. you and you ore required lands currently zoned OR

REGISTER the original' with the 16 degrees West 373 feet described real property TO ALL PERSONS HAVING ..DEMANDS! AND OBJECTIONS HECTOR L. OWNBEY to serve a copy of your and designated by the'

FICTITIOUS clerk of the above-styled for Point of Beginning.Continue situate In Bradford Court- CLAIMS OR NOT SO FILED' and VEDA E. OWNBEY.hi. written defense. If any. plan os Agricultural, be }
qty. Florida, to-wlt: THE BARRED to It on MYRON C. reioned to MS, and
NAME court an or before March South'.16degrees DEMANDS AGAINST WILL BE FOREVER .wife, Plaintiff,v. ARTHUR

18, 1980. otherwise a Went',:180 9oa, I ABOVE ESTATE AND All BALLARD STONE PREVATT JR.. Plaintiff's Manufacturing, Light
Pursuant to Section judgment may b. North 72 degrees I' 193 ', lot On. ((1)). and South OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Date of the first,; and JEFFERY E. ROBERTS Attorney whose addrs the property

entered against you for feet North 16 degreesEast 56 feat of lot Two ((2)). IN THE ESTATE: publication of this Notice and EIDEANA ROBERTS I. P.O. Drawer 798. of GERALD

863.09, Florida Statutes, the relief demanded In ISO feet South, 72 Block One ((1)) of the R.N. YOU ARE HEREBY al Administration his wlfa, Defendant. NIghtingale at Palmetto. MEYERS described .. -. "i

notice It h.r.by given the complaint or Peti degrees East 193 foot ta Dowling Addition to the NOTIFIED that the administration January 31. 1980.1.EI"o,11I AMENDED) Keystone Halght. followst -
that th.undersigned Bob Point of Beginning Town of Stork. Florida. of the Louise' tIOTiCEOF Florida 32656. on or V* acre located five '.I'
'
Gordon Enterprises, Inc. tion.WITNESS hand and of the as permop or plat estate el SMITH A. DaVoa. A* PersanolRepresentatlve ACTIONTO before' February 28.I9BO. miles North of Stark. ,I

Rout 3, Box 266 Stark. seal 1 of said my Court this As rh named* property defendantand thereof recorded In Deed DeVOE. deceased Case >of the : I JEFFERY E. and file the |lust North of 200B. In .f: :'

Fla. 32091 doing 18th day. of January above that on Monday th* Book F, on Page 557 ef Number eo-S-CP File Estate el SMITH A. ROBERTS and ELDEANA original with the Clerk of Section 26, Township S ,. ,.;

business und.r the firm 1980. 11th of February the currant public No. 13190. Is pending DeVOE. Deceased. ROBERTS his wife. this Court either before South i Range 22 East, .-,
day
nom. ol "GORDON AIR Gllb.rt S. Brown As 1980 at on. o'clock on records ef Bradford Ihe Circuit Court for Attorney For PersonalRepresentative RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. service on Plaintiff At. parcel 1B7I-OO10O to ,. '

CONDITIONING AND Clerk. of the Court ByBeulah : sold day on tha pramlias County Florida. Bradford Couy.Florldo. : RichardE. YOU ARE HEREBY torney ar Immediately allow the manufacture of ','

HEATING. Rout 3, Box /./ M. Moody As of the Bradford County Probate Division Welly. Esqulr PostOfice NOTIFIED that an actionto thereafterotherwise! a ceramics and 'retail ofproduct _;.

266 Stark, Fla.' 32091 Deputy Clerk. Jail I will offer far sole at public auction to the the address of Box 995. 954 foreclose a Contract default' will b* entered ,,;

Intends to register said 1/31 4tchg2/21. and sail to the highest highest bldd.r for cash which I I. Post Offlc North Temple Avenue, for Deed on the following against you for th*relief "

fictitious name und.r the for cosh In hand. at th. East front door at Drawr I, Stark, Starka. Florida 32091. property In Bradford demanded In the Com- You are further given _.
bidder
provisions of aforesaid' described the Bradford County Florida 32091.) The personal 9049646030. 1/31 :2tchg County. Florida: plaint. NOTICE that a copy ef

statute. NOTICEOF the above of sold defendant property Courthouse In Stark., representative, of 2/7. A i parcel ef landsituated WITNESS my hand and said proposed ORDINANCE

Bob Gordon Enterprises Florida during the legal the estate I I. ElVERIA In Section 12, the seal I of this Court on I. available 'for

Inc., owner. SHERIFF'S SALE to satisfy tha aforesaid hours of sale to-wlt: LOUISE D._VOE whos N01ICEOF Township 9 South. Rang January 23 I98O. your Inspection at the of. ', of-

Dated this 24th day of Notice Is h.r.by given Execution. 1:00: P.M., sam being a address Is 540 .West 22 East. Bradford Coun. GILB'RT S. BROWN. tic* of the Director of .'.

January A.D. I9BO In that I I. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff/s/Dolph Bradford E. Reddish County legal sales day and the Adkln Street, Stark, TO INTENTION REGISTER ty. Florida being lot 20 of AS CLERK OF THE COURT Zoning and Planning "

Bradford County. 1/24 as sheriff of Bradford legal hour of sale. Florida 32091. Th. name an unrecorded map of BYiBaulah M. Bradford County Courthous.
Florida. 1/17 2/7. FICTITIOUS
4chg 2/14. County Florida und.r 4tchg DATED this 21st day of and address of the Personal SEMINOLE RIDGE UNIT Moody, Deputy Clerk. .. Starke. Florida.

and by virtu. of Writ of January. 1980.GILBERT Representative's Pursuant NAME ta Section NO.6.. surveyed by 1/31 4tchg 2/21. Each and very person /'

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Execution. to-wlt Issued: IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF S. BROWN. attorney or. set forth 869.09. Florida Statutes, Joseph G. Knapp. having any Interest
out
Execution FLORIDA EIGHTH Clerk of Circuit Court. below whatever In the enactment : '
dated
JUDICIAL : Surveyor January
OF THE EIGHTH notice I I.
hereby
given APPLICATION
Court of NOTICE OF
of Circuit
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN By: /s/Marlan McRa. All having 1974 said being of this proposed
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Florida persons that the undersigned 29. : parcel FOR REZONINGAND
Alachua County AND FOR BRADFORD Deputy Clerk. claims demands ORDINANCE should
appear -
BRADFORD COUNTY or more particularly
William Wilson Jr.
Fino'Judg.m.n' 44(1 AMENDMENT OF
pursuant to a COUNTY. FLORIDA. PIERCE HARDY P.A... against the estate are described 'fallows and" heard at the
FLORIDA. as :
for Lake W. Madison St, SId. .. THE LAND USE PLAN
CASE NO. 79442. /s/George: H. Pierce. required. WITHIN THREE Fla. 32091 doing Commence at a concrete Mm. and place prmcribf
Area State Bank, andagainst An ORDINANCE am.nding '
Civil Action Case No. MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE P.O. Drawer 1030. MONTHS FROM THE business under the firm monument at tha the ed.BOARD
Bob L. Cooper, !Comprehensiveland
Stark, Florida 32O91. DATE 'OF THE FIRST Southeast comar'of said OF BRADFORD
8040.IN at "WILSON'SFLORIST"
none
Element
In the Usa Plan
defendant, GUARANTY FEDERAL Attorney for Plaintiff. PUBLICATION OF THIS COUNTY COMMIS
of Section and
12
RE Th. marriage run
: 444 W. Bradford
and
of $10,454.68together by
Map
amount SAVINGS 1 1/31 27.PUBLIC WITH SIONERS. .
LOAN 2lchg FILE
TO
NOTICE. North 0622'43" East
LEON OTTIS RIDAUGHT ;
with costs of Madison St., Starka, Fla. County Florida' In accordance
Husband and MARIA AN. collection. ASSOCIATION OF THE 'CLERK OF THE 32091. Intend to along the East line of with tha local By /s/Gllbert S. '.

NETTE RIDAUOHT Wife. Have sailed and haveIn GAINESVILLE a corporation NOTICE ABOVE COURT A WRIT register sold fictitious Section 12 a distance of Government Com- Brown CI..ltpd2/7. I
Plaintiff, vs ED Bradford TEN STATEMENT OF ANY feet I1a
NOTICEOF possession the The County name under the provision 2483.43 to a con- prahenslv Planning Act ,
ACTIONTO my SHERROUSE and School Board Stork, CLAIM OR DEMAND of aforesaid crate, monument on the
following described p.rsonol of 1975 os provided for In
: MARIA ANNETTE property to-wit: MICHELLE SHERROUSE, Florida will hold a Public THEY MAY HAVE. Each statute. Northerly right' of way Chapter 163 at the ...
RIDAUGHT 3710 Alton his wlf.. Dfndant Hoorlng on ProposedRule claim must be In writing William Wilson Jr.. line off Grove Road: Florida Statutes.TO .
Street, Metarle. Louisiana 1969 Mercury 2 dr ID NOTICE OF MORTGAGE #5214 for Terminal and must Indicate the owner. thane run South

70002. No. 9HI5H5I52I9 FORECLOSURESALE. Leave Pay For Non- basis for the claim, the Dated this 91st day of 89*53'00" West along All ,
Citizens, Taxpayers
: ,
YOU ARE HEREBY 1967 Ford Truck-ID No. Instructional Retirees. on nam and address of the January A.D. 1980 In said Northerly right of and other Interested NOTICE ,'

NOTIFIED that on action F73FUA86043 Public notice I I. hereby February 18 1980 at 7 creditor his agent or Bradford County. 1/31 way Una 200.00 feet to acaner. W.C. EMERY hoe made ";

far Dissolution of Marriage Section 21), Township 6 given that pursuant to p.m., In the School Board attorney and the 4tchgj2/2l. ..* monument: persons application to the Bradford .'.

has b..n filed and South Range 22 East and in strict compliancewith Room of the Bradford amount claimed. If the thane run North County Zoning
and each
of
you are required to Comm.nc. at the Northeast the Summary Final County School's claim Is not yet due the NOTICE OF O622'43" East 200.00 You and herewith you Board for reclasslf Icatlon .: .

serve a copy of your corner of S.ctlone Judgment of Foreclosure' Administrative i Office, date when it will become INTENTIONTO feet: thence run North are hereby of the property deacrlb- :
In
written d...".... If any South 31 degrees West entered In this caus on S82 North Tempi due shall be stated. If REGISTER O307'17" West 310.00 given notice with Florida accordance ad below from RIA to

ta It, on the Petitioner 950 feet ta Center of January 21, I960 the Avenue. Stark, Florida the claim Is contingent or FICTITIOUS feet ta a concrete monument .Statutes that the Boardof R3. 4 V4 acres two miles

Attorney, whose name Railroad and Center of undersigned as Clark of Copies of this proposed unliquidated. th. natura NAME : thence run North Commissioners SW of Keystone off Hwy ,

and address is Paul I D. Center Street North 72 said Court will on the Rule 13214 may b*ob- of the uncertainty shall 13-oriT" West 210.00 County of Bradford 21 In Section 25 and 36.
Pursuant to Section
Newell '.0. Box 654. talned from theaupenmenaem b* stated. If the claim I.IIcur.d.A Is feet ta a concrete monument Township 8 South Range
Florida Statutes Florida hove
_.'_ 865.09. County. ,
s OHic.at v 'the security and the Point of 22 East (lot 6 and
Is the Bradford
notice designated
582 North Temple shall b* described. The hrby given Beginning: thence continue unrecorded portion of
that the undersignedStove County Zoning and Planning
Avenue, Starke, Florida. claimant shall deliver Worth 13-07'17" Geneva Creek and Lot ,;;,
353 A Board to conduct
3oln| IE.Reg. OMIIUU This Is In compliancewith sufficient copies of tha Hoyet. West 30,00 feel to a concrete at a 31, 30, and 29 of Geneva "
public hearing a
North Ave.,
FLORILMI Florida Statute, claim to the clerk to Temple monument: thence Oaks) for apartmentsandor :; i
.Real Estate trailer Chapter 73-310 as enable the clerk to mail Stark, Fla. 32091 doing run North 56*33'27" West regular meeting held at condominiums.This .
7:30) In the
business under the firm : County
'ISO W. Cell St. REALTY enacted by th. 1974 one copy' to each Personal 33.50 feet ta a concrete Commission p.m. change 'In

S'orle.9U.5527* Florida Legislature.Thomas Representative.All nama of "STEVE HAYES monument: thence run Bradford mooting classification I. subject -

..hone..77DO L. Casy, persons InterestedIn CONSTRUCTION. 353 A North 20"49'57" East Courthouse room. County to a public hearing ta beheld

r 393 N. Temple Avnue Jr., the estate to whom a North Temple Avenue.. 30.00 fet to a concrete Storka. on Tuesday. :'. ,
of of this Notice of Administration Starke, Fla. 32091, Intends Florida on Tuesday ,
Suprlntndnt copy Monument: thence run and February 26. 1980 at 7:30: ..
said fictitious February 26. 1980.
to register'
Schools has been In the Com
ti m.. County
North 711148" East p
If want food buy 3 'under th make a recommendation
you 23, 1980 moiled are required name mission Room In the
January
1I I It 263.78 feat to a concrete
2 Trailer Parks. Special B. Room l'/t Bath ham 2/72IchIl2/14. WITHIN THREE MONTHS provisions of aforesaid' monument on th* to the Board of County Bradford County Courthouse ,,
and the
Commissioners '
0't trailer park II trailers, Approx. 6 ocr. Fenced. with Income producing, FROM THE DATE OF THE statute. Wstrl)> right of way At this time all
Board will' consider "
dolnlng.| Stave Hayes, owner. on
property FIRST PUBLICATION OF Interested shall .
$68,000. line of Road persons
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Doled this 31st day of Ridge : Monday March 3, 1980 .
01 trailer park II trailers, 2 BR frame house, barn op- BRADFORD COUNTY THIS NOTICE to III. any thence run South be heard for or against
FOR A.D. 1980 In at the sam sold place at
of
fenced / LARGE 3V4 ac. In South port objections they may January. the proposal a*
$113.000. 11orsr said
pros 22 acres, pastureland. FLORIDA PROBATE East along .
Bradford County. 1/31 10.00: A M. an Ordinance ",
down payment. Owner will finance balanc county. S.000.00 cash. DIVISION. CASE NO. have thai cliallang the Wastorfy right of way specified In the Zoning '
4tpd 2/21. rotating to: '
validity of' tha 0... Cod. of Bradford County
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 80-8-CP, FILE NO. 1.3190. line I SO,00 feet la a co..
I I warehouse US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great 10 ac., :20% down lair Interest dent's Will th. qualifications crat monument: thanca -
on In r*: ESTATE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf The rezoning of the
location. ret*. Good location. SMITH A. DVOE of the Personal THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL run South)8347'57" W..' following described property Jerome Johns, Chairman

I Tackle and Ball business Larg. Inventory. Deceased. Raprsntatlv. or the CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 237.39 feet to the Point and amending the Bradford County '

On. city block In downtown Stark. |lust waiting for the 3 B. Room. 1 %.Bath and 2 l NOTICE OF venue or jurisdiction of BRADFORD COUNTY of Beginning. Comprehensive Land Zoning Board. Itpd 2/7.

right business. Great opportunity for downtown mall. acres of land Financing 4. e.

I large warehouse, approx':' .OOO.q.ft. Needs roof and available. acted. Interest. 01,
._..' '- '"" !' .- -, Hr \ fn sou I: ... ,- '
repairs. Has floor and standing walls $41,09(57;: :"t .' : } : 11\\ C' tui
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INVESTORS DREAM

Incom. Property Will Pay For ItselfI tvenmfcet Please calT j II

01 I small apartment compl.x. Handyman's special! 4 rmn- V....,. P. Odom. Brokers

tal units, possibly, S. $34,500. .ORI. Phone 9648476PeoH REAL : -

01 I small frame house $12,500. Andrew .*...7731' ( ESTATE ) ili

01 1 (large frame house. Needs repairs. Residents or 4 L. O.Doll ,...75.1 coc' rut arREALTY

apartments ((4 BR. 4 BA), $51,SOO.I .

.1 I 2 BR frame house. Apartment on sid*. Zoned com ;
.
"'.rcla!. S28500. i
NEW LISTINGS I

.3 BR 1 Ba, Greenhouse. Zoned Commercial. Ptas a '

.2 Apartments Downstairs, 3 BR. 2 Ba, Upstairs, Living C {' I .. tj PHONE 9647774TIRWIUIGAI

Quarters. Rent will h.lp pay mortgage. j ;Are 'FAULKNER rg Ralph Bryan Real Estate I C.LA .
We Handle Dentals r I '
,205 N. T.mplo Stork
'4 BR 4 Bo Horn, S250 mo. 964-5065 'f.IO''
!lrl'IT REALTY 310 W. Call St. StarkeCot.
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call list [
Picas us to your property. 6. B WI'RI PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

John I.Clover ( US 301 A CHI Strm) i |.

R.g. Real Estate Brokerlu Nw hem new 864-8788

Green Sanders Associate I, verylhlng, 3 BR, 2 Bath :2103 N.Tempi Ay*. WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN HOME

I Icf'fVId fully equipped kitchen FHA-VA Conv. Financing Available VISIT US AT OUR MEW LOCATION ACROSS PROM DON'T HAVE DOWN PAYMENT
floor plan. Close to AUTO.
great l 16 DAYS ONLY WESTERN -HAVB BAD CRWlnIF
Stork end
Kystan 3BR IB. 3 acres .../nlce fish pond $24,900. YOU B WIFE MAKi 17.000 YEARLY
Heights. $40SOO. LIT US BUILD A CUSTOM NOME FOR YOU ON. OUR LOTS -CALL US FOR H'LP-

This Immaculate country 3 II. IV. B. 12 sSob4.ij. )i. ... 3 crs. 10900.. ON SR 2301 or COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES. '.


Ug. KM! Estate Broker brick hem features a LOTS ACREAGE
COMMERCIAL INCOMI PROPERTY IT PAYS TO CONSULT A REALTOR
301: North Troll Met.lowt.y large master bedroom. Washington St. Lot with building 4 chain link FOREST HOTS. Restricted acne 11 $2.100 and up Ml NEED LARGE TRACTS Of LAND-HAVI CLIIMTS ". :.

Offlc.7.Z.3931) Mom 712."" privacy fence around .pall feftce-SIS.OOO. Tennis ACREAGE

and large attachedgarage. Hwy. 301 N approx. 2 acne with CB ham,cower NnancI I, *!.* acres Hampton ".100 Owner financed. i
This 3 BR 2 Bath 1 t $ .1CJO B
,
ROILING MILLS (Boylooe Highway,) acne up
SECLUSION and the conv ad. */.1 acres nr Presbyterian Church B Hospital.. 1St.000. I

SOMETHINGS'ECIAL ninc of living In town 3 home can a* yours 'far '''Star.building downtown Call St.Ov.r 3000 square feet. up-10% dawn.LAWTEV *6.16! eeres Orrffls Loop tlm..... tlO.SOO Owner II..., ,
$42MO. Good assumabl*
ALL NEW vary spacious Br.. 2 Bo. CB horn with IS acres Ml 6 Morgan Rd. $39,000 Owner fin., :
,home in Country on 3 Ac CH/A Fireplace In living mortgag. ACRIAGI 3 acres B u,. $3.000 per acre term*. *20 acres 301 N. Railroad prim. Owner fin.
7.11 .... wall, pake, B septic 19300.
:3 Br, 2 Ba. with CHI A, Rrn. Separate efficiency Hwy lOOW-Beeutlf 79 acres, only 1000.per acre.very a. I 13 acres 17000. ;
Charming brick 'firaplac can help make the mortgage H you'r handy with ham goad '.rm.. 10 acres pine $22.000 $34.000. *2 acres B Hem .0 rd. lit .bern fenced .14..... r' .-

,n Fm. Rm, Built-in payments. Located m.r yu'll **v* ais 0'1) acres Marlon County Owner financed 10 acres 4 M 2 Ba brick Rd. I2S Mama wilt .at.... .
automatic $1000. This US 301 N.36.38: Acres with 1340: en Ml- $56.500term..,.
Vacuum systm All this on 2.60 Ac. Owner financing oS acres, Hwy 229 good land In pasture, 1.70 per ..... I 12 acres Rd. 22S .lce.1. BR 2 Ba CHBA S43.BOO.:
surrounded 3
ham Is by .
and more for S54 000Mutt available. 66500. '3%, acre Hampton eree, Includes wll,**etlc, light 16 acres Brownie Rd. S BR I Ba CUBA .....800. .
$22.SOO.Dslgnd I
quiet seres. pole, terms. GRAHAM *6 eeres Net X BR 1 Be off Rd. IIS $31,000.
Something, for the HANDYMAN 70 acres with S Bl .bendy men house SI..... per _...
sae to OpprtKiot OZI' _... Hwy :301 South. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES :
4 Br. Frame home In for fflclncy.
horn nestled 490 hoes 29'/i acr**. 12 x 70 110II.". COM. H/A. 2 I.
Stucco under the Country on 1 Ac. This beautifully kept 1 Br. 2 pecan HOMES 301 largo bldg. 'A acre $39.000 Owner financed :
th. protctiv bronchit ol MH hookups, 26 acres In Improved .....tur.. '_ad. Great property across from Holiday In* Owner ft.,.
Owner Retire. will CHS.A
wants to Bath home save you Concrete black. ham>BR 2 baths- Femlly rom- -
fin* Pecan Tr>.. and old Call bill.. Coed location. 30 seres, hH wooded, hlf Improved Store B ap'.. :3O1 $27.$00. Owner financed : .
today. Only S27.000. money on utility Inside utility separate storage closed gauge.* ex'
historic Oak Tr..*, A very It the pasture. creek frntg, .partially .*.....ad. '7000 s.*. ft. CB bldg., an Rd. 16 I Owner financed Ii
brick (let
Large flreplaca. Milan location nice 40000.
lovely setting, for a 3 Br. ACREAGE Large t Small focal point of the 25 M 16 13.65 acres LAKE BUTLER ARIA. 1B.SOO. |Owner will Home (commercial) ft cortege $22.800 Owner financed. !,

horn. Ala. of horn forth OWNER FINANCING ... llranc I7S let .3 buildings a* Call Apt. upstairs Owner financed. .' ,
living end dining re. 1 Bl Block In walking distance 1 town en 100 I
low of VERY LOW DOWN .'404 furnished ..
price $23.500. Metros ere*. SSI.SOO. room. far .large garden $28,000. N Cherry t large Apt Owner I
PAYMENTS HOMO .$ oo. me Income 4 rentals C.II B Boy $' .GOO. I

03 bed....... I bath 1 nice 5.-.. I7.MO. Term
n \
acre Apt.. complex Ml $70.00O... cash flow Ownar fin
th. ."'r.. that cei/nt. GRAHAM Very neat 2*r 3 BR frame"kerne en 1 acre with.
'3 IR, 1 Bath en city lot. fenced. 13,900 undar'essay. lOrS FOR INVESTMENT
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Cam* and add them up carport. and /It utility "'d,. $26,000. tKINOSLIV Y
FOR YOUR ESTATE NEEDSIN lion. :
REAl yourself In the CB builders *7 TRAILER ion IROWNLI RD. q
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02'10 2 BR 1 lath ".IOG. '
BRADFORD COUNTY CALL home. Quiet weeded ere, cr* LAKI $4.000 PER LOT :10% DOWN. 6'

over '/,, acre lanced lot. '10 aero with 3 BR. 2 Beth C/'......... CIlIA chain fenced link I Brick duplex with 90 ft. an water SBs.MO.STRAWBMIY .1 acre. well, Sank ..... pump ........ utll.kldg.SS.600.. ::-: I
fenced fruit ..ver.l! ,
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yard many ** pecans
Keys ton*. Just reduced. Lot 4 Butter Court $3990. I
cross-fenced 2 smell ........ T.rm.jOSouth.at..2.R.
BILL POWELL 37800. posturo. ACRISi .Beautiful lets...Country Clu.IOCI'.126' $...*. .... 230. :1J
A/C unit.
1 Beth ,
family ream carpel Country Estate Large 2-story Cape Cd .. 14 beautiful Commercial lot next t* Terwllleger. Reify 1SflrlV.: :: 2
Terms.Hwy >
REAL ESTATE 60 acres of virgin *..... llv. nice earner lot. S1I.5OO. BotIt' fenced end cress fenced acr**. S- Oaks let $7800 pretty tree. Owner fI... :t
22S. stone exterior, nice, 2 ... 1 with 4 acres Call lot
oaks and ,In... Good camawrclal 238' si 86' .It.... .. fist.Beesent :
under cultivation, bar and comb.. lonced.Klngsley .
garage .
sound lnvetmnt. Cloy- LArVTIYi Rd.-tree.-Best nelhborhood $600 Owner flea
III N.Walnut St. 964-6464 24 hro. L.k. 2 4 Bedroom 1 a.ath.2.....,. tl
county. Owner flnanco. area.r"acres. Grew your cow stiewbsrrls. en this ........ I acres. en '2 Country Club tot* 1 Acre each $.... each Owner fl... :

lovely landscaped Rd. 22S -.has 2 BR frame ....... B shad $11.124. Cell St. commerce! let 1OO a 19O1 9,90O Owner fI...,
Properties W.nad'er Development Greet Roam IB' 2$ with llreplc **. dining
Geneva L... x Sopor a ........ M ItIce ..... .... bieludee 2 A Ivan,. ........ PREFERRED PROPERTY '
Wl WILL BUY DIRECT room study. S bodroams. ......., 2 acres, ....... Mustsee.
NO COMMISSION INVOLVED "_..cholc. rasldMtlallets. / Goad _...*. 24xB4 douklewlde. MM (S BR 1 i4 Ba)B.'12x60))fWM ((1 BR I OHlsterteel' Me N. Cherry M90 .... ft. IS rem SV. :

mny tr... end .......... Areas Three kedreem. I berth, ceemt Wee Ba) monthly.. _Income ...........008. ....... 0 MraaJec** 6 .......1fvI .lots Owns..... ..Us* '

IF YOURPROPERTY .beautiful surroundings. Geed loca. Now 2 BR home with Greet_B.t"lreple. CBIA *.4 ..............11
YOU WANT TO TURN .ham*. Centre! heat ft air. fenced back yard.
Sterling et 57,000.Cemm.rci.l acra ae **..sd ..... $....008 .Include l *cter B disk ker- TWO BEDROOM HOMES :-
INTO CASH. CALL Illl POWELL tion. Only 29900.

Of c. 964-6464 ..*......-"15 rev. ,, ."7 W_........d ] BR | B funt..1...... Owner fin .'
In
Over Two Hundred Lets Building HOMISITISCrosby OTNIMI Lake SI.Ocakt Black-trees. 127...*.Owner fliMMtod.MOsW.1 3

Inside City ef S,.....Per Sole Stark Central Neat B lek. restricted hemesltes rker-cMmer.Term. MANY MANY iOONT HOME Rd. 100A IW Neat ""che"-. .- $,.."..
Air. 1293 (t.. M SORRY YOU MOMT CA11IBVINIMGSt
Special Prkec..Ten or More epprox. sq. '.93 ..... $2.000.. .lei taw*. 'W I 1HXtttlDOOMHQMtS
$17.000. $3.60 dew .
SEE BELOW wont "'*1. S14.450 at say-10% .1..lots lot city paved sae at. ".100. excellent term. I *3 AI' Central.... I Acra. ...:100. tree 22000. i

*3BR3B C H. new cerpet I acre Rd. 1..11I....
Interest, ...."thl, P. Eaaftar .
Rela>
Bill Powell Peel.Estate Paul N.fevlkmr-Reatrer. Bryan :!;
,l' UEI.w C.Pes.rs.w *431 Cantor 1..IAI.. Want .
pymnts .f $191.06 far 10 .. ..101 *-.126.000.
Ales tollclf Listings" Susan M. Fou"ltor s .,...M 1.. *132* Job. Dr. Saratoga Heights .jrTTnsighb.sl.B, .. \

Coml.......N......... yeers.Inflation r-1..106t Wayne. D..gh.. ft OHMMeMotar'judaMsMdy ....* n alll towards Rd. 1 BR 2. CHeA I Acre. .

Stepperl .12,800' I : r i iPauI.he..I. ../f.l..wnw/ : *.... .............. ISOI Sear/mg 3R 2. CH&A gorge.

Call Off Ice*r Associate dews payment, kal. IWALTOR l ASSOCIATED M4'UI *......Right III ee..rt..10 ....* "I3OO Prett. -t

Mary HmlHorrs. .*4-4214 $29.000 at 12% littaraet.mntkly Wen* ., Realtor A........ ;
CWO (Ret)Dam OeSentifO. '....m. pymitts1. at Ve*.M. ___ ...964BS44"Me o..W'I.Dyes; VW.I- Powell Byra"Terwlllegsx. AfftwHsar. Marsha Desks

Robert.Mcl_.96...7279, $'M per mentk ....21 **l-Orrrfls.lv. *.....'7. Asseclet Associate Assad*** Vickie -- 7B2-9397
Nevis S. Werd.'.....7414.f .
v ...-..IS ..964.6B 964-7776
yeers. $11.600. 'WI DO APPRAISALS fy I .40-1220 Sally li..U.a.
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Bob,Taccia 'Draws 12' Years,

I i 01 Boo '

On, Cocaine. Conspiracy Charger Bayless

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) Taccia;'39,a 1958 BHS a deal to buy cocaine from a Miami Baptist
graduate and Tornado halfback, has connection to sell in Texas. j PT I'?'
been sentenced to 12 years in prison The case made headlines when'the
by Oran County Circuit Judge ex-wife of former Orange County To Have f niopCilfshlNIu
owing his convic-
: Chief Deputy Sheriff Leigh O. ca Th0N
tion last June for conspiracy to buy McEachern testified she had warned
and sell cocaine. Taccia that investigators intended to 18116 .
A resident of Maitland (adjoining bug his conversations. '
Orlando), Taccia, who has been free At one' meeting between Tlscher Gospel Sing
on $10,000 bond since the June trial, and Taccia, investigators used the Starke Church of God ,_
was indicted by a state grand jury in neighboring operation under way In Robert TacciaGuaranty To Begin Bicentennial .,;
July 1978. His first trial on the con- her garage when she arrived home Sunday School: CelebrationThe
spiracy charge ended In a mistrial in from work on April 3, 1978, and informed tessm mmom
March 1978. Taccia about it. Sunday School is 200 years old "
Two other men, Robert Mlchaund Cavaliers Quartet Perry, Fla. this year. And the Starke Church of -,-
The state's case against Taccia Federal God will begin its year-long celebra-
was and Leroy Moore,were also convicted
built primarily around Information in trials last of to There will *be a Sing at Bay''**" Highway Baptist Church Saturday. tion of the bicentennial on Feb. 10
provided through year conspiracy buy Feb. 9, at 7:30: p.m., with the Weeks of Green Cove
an Orange County and sell cocaine and State Attorney AnnouncesPromotions Family Springs, and with Commencement Sunday.
informant, Michael A. Tischer Richard Combs said Taccia was the the Cavaliers,,' Quartet of. Perry. The Pastor ,y and Church welcome you. Under the theme "I Believe in Sun
day School", the church will
"financier" in the deals. Michaund par'ticipate
During. the investigation, Tischer was Taccla's "right hand man" and Attention All Seniors! Order Gowns by Feb. 12 in a denominational emphasis .
wore an electronic "body bug" to Moore, in Texas, was to receive the on the contribution of the Sun- -
allow investigators to tape conversa- cocaine in the deal, the state's attorney All Bradford High School Seniors (875 which must be paid when the day School to American life and an af-
tions he had with Taccia in setting up said. B.F. Mizell, Jr., president of will be ordering caps and gowns for student Is fitted. firmation of support for the future of
Guaranty Federal Savings, announced graduation on Tuesday. February 12. Put this date on your calendar and the Sunday School.. On Commence ; .
two promotions and four appoint Students will be measured in the keep In mind that May 30 Is the day ment Sunday, members of the Starke ..
ments recently.Promotions lobby of the auditorium 'during 1st, we are looking forward to. Church will be given an opportunity to
1 New Postmaster included Bart Kimball 2nd and 3rd periods. The price is only Asit Principal Charles Thomas pledge their allegiance to the Sunday
Named for MelroseSectional to vice president marketing and School and to become Involved in the
Terry A_ Gaines to assistant vice bicentennial activities. Workers in
Center qualified candidates submitted to president chief staff appraiser. Airman Debra A.Whitney Graduates From Naval Center the local Sunday School will be '
Manager/Postmaster, James E. Appointments Included Theresa K. recognized as part of the commence-
Regional Selection .
Workman, Jr., at Jacksonville, an- Board Management Bowers I to new accounts supervisor In Airman Apprentice Debra A. ly; grandmother, Mrs. Anna Whitney, ment events, and a dinner on the '
nounced recently the appointment of the main office In Gainesville, CarrieM. Whitney daughter of Mr. and Mrs. from Baldwinsville, N.Y.; Aunt and grounds will be held In their honor
W.E. Whitney of Starke, recently Uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Baker of
William E. Baker as the Eddy to branch
new acting of
The Board of manager Founded In
in
composed a represen- graduated from Naval Recruit TrainStarke and a friend Mrs. Anna Gayet- Gloucester England
postmaster at Melrose Florida 32666, tative of the U.S. Civil Service Com- the Archer Road branch office In ing at Orlando Fla. ty also of Baldwinsville 1780 by Robert Raikes, the Sunday
N.Y.
effective January 26, 1980. Gainesville Alexis Miller
to assistant
mission has
a Postal District Managerand Upon completion of Airman School provided two centuries of
two postmasters, selects and branch manager In Keystone Heights, Attending her graduation were: her Ap Bible training for people of all ages
Baker, age 54, is a native of recommends to the Postmaster and Linda Patrick to assistant branch prentice Training In Orlando,Airman and has been a significant ministry of
Keystone Heights. Prior to his manager in Starke. Stake siisster.Bonnie and rather Whitney will be assigned to squadron
General
appointment the best qualified person for ; BiIVC.2 based at NAS Oceana. Va. the Church of God since its beginning
at Melrose he
served as appointment to each vacancy.
postmaster at Lake Geneva and for
the past seven years he was the
Customer Services Representative at
the Gainesville Post Office. Airport Uniform Factory '.


Postmaster selections are made on Planning ExpansionThe .'
the basis of merit from a list of

Keystone Uniform Manufacturing ,
Co., In operation at the Keystone 0O
Airport) for a little more than a month, "'"""11:.

Starke Nursing HomeTo is planning to add another 30 to 35 -.. :,:-
workers to its present 50,according to
Rock 'N Roll Robert Schneider, president of the

company. The increase In employ- '. :.;.
ment will be made when expansion of .j' :!
Nursing home residents at Starke the plant facilities is completed in ::
Nursing Home will be rocking and June, the president said I .,', n
for benefit of the American ifSelect
rolling Schneider, who was formerly with :;;
Heart Association on Saturday, Feb. Cadillac Uniforms In Starke is also ,::
16 from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. an officer in two other uniform com- '! s
The Pixies, teenage volunteers, will panies, one located in Palatka, and OO
solicit pledges for every minute and the Hawthorne plant, located near
'mile" of the Nursing Home Rock 'n Johnson in the western part of Put-
Roll Jamboree.The nam County. :j
main event involves nursing Schneider said the company has t r YO
home residents rocking In rocking plans for a fourth plant which it hopesto .
chairs and rolling In wheelchairs for locate in Bradford County If a
money they can raise In the fight suitable location can be found. He .
against heart disease and stroke. plans to confer with Chamber of Commerce -
Some residents will walk for funds and Development Authority O
pledged members In Starke concerning this L7.a
The joint community effort between project within the next 30 to 60 days.
Ihllo(1urslnll.%.----I.--,a.ad ; !: ILeYat n 'adrpoct.p1onQ'3a ''ROYE- ,
people of all ages in nas been developed a worthwhileraisingtime. per day, or approximately 5,000 per ... "
"Fan week, are shipped from the plant,
V)me percent of the money raised Schneider said. .
uring the Jamboree will be used
In he Bradford County area for .,
pulflic and professional education and Library.Offers
co rjmunity service programs. The
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nth r 25 percent will be used at the na- Extensive ListingOf ;:

tini ul I level research.. Local Gravestones .
1 10 public is invited to attend the

daying, long activities at the Starke Nurs- If you are trying to locate what .'
llome which will include many cemetery in Bradford County a friendor !>:

old "a.shion games and relays. loved one may be buried in or you: .'

You to may have your blood pressure are attempting to locate possible ;.
taken free from 10:00: to 12:00. ancestors buried in Bradford County
the Bradford County Public Library
may be able to help you. A listing of :.
names, birth and death dates found on
What's New in Notions? gravestones located In Brown's

NOTIONS PROGRAM Cemetery Conner Cemetery Crosby .J
Do you have "Notion to sew?""'1(- Lake Cemetery, Dyal Cemetery ..
tension Home Economics will prcM. !Hampton Cemetery Hope Cemetery
new notions that arc available on the Keystone Cemetery, Lawtey i'
market today. There are approximately Cemetery, Mt. Sinai Cemetery,
80 items In this presentation( Prevatt Cemetery, and Santa Fe
(tome you have Keen most are probably Cemetery has been compiled( and
new to even the experienced presented to the .public library by
home sewer. Each item will he- Elder Cecil W. Nickles and Sister
displayed and some will he Etna C. Nickles. As a community project
demonstrated( the Nickles have organized and
This program will educate you the completed this extensive listing of '
consumer, of the current trend on /gravestones in Bradford County. w I
I the sewing market. Plan to at tend al a Hours, days and weeks were spent sweetheart of a
limp and location below. going through) the different sweetheart's valentine from our
TUESDAY.: FEBRUARY 12, 10:0(1( graveyards and gathering all the your J':
A M, Agriculture/ Auditorium, 22GT necessary information. The Nickles valentine selection of "lover"ly gifts for him or her... i
North) Temple Avenue, Starke arc Missionaries for the Church of
TUESDAY: FEBRUARY: 12. 7:00 Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and i
1'.1\1., Agriculture/ Auditorium. 22fift live In Slarkc One of their hobbies Is .
North Temple' Avenue, Slarke. /genealogy. They are currently ;
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY:00 holding a free genealogy workshophow Great Selection Of Hallmark Cards ,
"
A.M.i Community Center Brooker. to trace your family tree-at the
Open In all regardless of race, color public library. The Nickles have '
sex or national origin. made a contribution to the community -
Note: The Basic Construction: and public library. Anyone knowing : ,
Techniques; OHSB nan been postponed of graveyards in Bradford County To Choose from .
ti> April. Watch future Home other than the ones listed please .
Economics; Newsletters for details notify the public library at 954-0400. ,
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> alll:p Ij_A TELEGRAPH February T,1980r
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I ;, Drainage Complaints Beseige Commissioners ,.. t4. Gtj1lY,,.i:II 5 III.

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I County commissioners were beselg- never solved their severe drainage ,complained: that the commission has "We dun't have a drainage district \ ..):'r<'t'.. .111' )'"w" .H'
: ed with drainage complaints when the problems. promised to work 011 the drainage problem here and the last time we asked ;: '. .
I/:: : board met Monday Feb. 4, for its "We've got to have some relief. In Strawberry! Acres but nothing citizens to vote on it, It was beat. '
;:, regular meeting. We've got 18 inch culverts: over therewith has balJll8l1ed. He claimed ShufordcaUed There Just Isn't anyplace for the ; '/1- ; ,.f. \
r"Bradford County Is wet,' wet, wet, water llllies growing In them," the area 'a' slum, to which water to go,"Shuford said,adding the
'and there's no place for the water to Robinson said. Shuford retorted "I said it was a road Lee referred to was one of the
i go"County Commissioner Hazel He added since the area was excavated ,swamp ,area. ,I ,never,called It ,aslum. best dirt roads In the county.
.;',> Faiflkr'stood up and told residents over two years ago,there Is a ." Commissioner Paulk said it
x '*after the third complaint. problem with standing water. When Lee and another Strawberry Acres wouldn't hurt If everyone Just put on
I. A complainer from Lake Shores Shuford said the commission would resident said the culverts: were filled their boots and started digging when
r Estates Jokingly said he renamed the take a look at the area, Robinson with debris and growth, causing the the water started flowing as her husband -
area "DPA" for Displaced Persons replied. "Talk is cheap." roads to flood In rainy weather. Lee did. Lee replied that he had used
Area, saying the commission hat Another Irate citizen, George Lee. said the area needed new culverts.: his tractor twice to clean out the ditches
and asked what his tax dollars
were being used for.
"We have 300 miles of dirt roads,
eight road employees and we're doing
the best we can,' declared Shuford.
':

r February ] In other action:

Four insurance bids were opened,
with the matter turned over to a com We Did Itt
mittee to study the bids. Bidders
were: Liberty National Life Insurance Stralght-A students at Bradford Middle School take some time out from their
earaneeFleetwood Co. bid a $3,723 monthly studies to do a little monkeying around. From left to right Theresa McCollum
premium for a 80-20 plan; Independent Michele Stillwell Michelle Klmltui. Lynda Gravel, Faith Roberta LeAnn Flynn
Life Insurance Co. came in at and Mike Christmas. Standing are Melanie Wood and John David Francis.
$3,668pe r month; Maines InsuranceCo.
of Lake Butler bid$2,782 for mon-
thly premiums, and Blue Cross, Blue
Shield bid$3,769 per month. 7 Earn Straight-A's at BMSSeven I
Commissioner Paulk Informed the
Mobile Homes board that Rev.George Harper decid-
ed to return aa a member of the Men- of the 750-member student Scholastic Achievement Certificates
tal Health Board, after resigning last body, or nine percent, of the students went to the following
month. She asked the commission to at Bradford Middle School earned students: sixth grader Evelyn
write another letter thanking him for straight-A's this third six weeks of the Dougherty; seventh graders Amy
remaining on the board. school term Foster, James Davis and Christine
STONE RIDGECROWNP01NT Kenneth Manning requested the Dickinson; eighth graders Lisa Dug-
commission's approval for his pro The seven are: ger, Rebecca Lamphiear and David
posed convenience store In Graham Seventh grader John David Francis Reichert.
off CR-225. The request died for lack ,son of Mr.and Mrs.Charles Fran-
of a second at the zoning board cis and seventh grader Melanie Wood, BUS Science Fair
meeting last Tuesday, apparently daugther of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
killing the Issue.Commissioners. Wood. Eighth graders on the A Honor On Tap Next Week
said they would Roll include Michele Stillwell.
take no action until the matter came daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LloydStillwell Sixty student projects will be-exhibited <-
before the zoning board again. Lynda Gravel, daughter of In the annual Bradford High
Shuford explained it was not Mr. and Mrs. Yvon Gravel Michelle School Science Fair set Tuesday and
Several With Fire PlacesSavings customary for the commission to act Kimutls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday Feb. 12-13, in the math-:
on an Issue the zoning board had not Edward Kimutis, Mike Christmas, science building '
acted on.Two son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward The public is invited to tour the fair;
On All Units citizens gave their pros and Christmas LeAnn Flynn daughter of Project displays will be set up bet
cons on the proposed store with one Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flynn, and ween 7:30 and 9:20 a.m. Tuesday;;
saying the store was necessary In Faith Roberts daughter of Mr. and Feb. 12. Judging will be at 9:45 a.m;
NEW-USED 8 REPOS these times of energy scarcity.An opponent Mrs. Walter Lett. An open house and awards ceremony
said the store was a traffic Earning places' on the A-B Honor Is set from 7-8:30: p,m. Tuesday. The

hazard and the property, which had Roll: public Is Invited to the ceremonies. .
,JOHN'IBROWN'S" I once been donated to the community An open house for science classed
: for a playground, should be returned and general public is set Wednesday;
: ''Mo : to the community. Sixth: GradeTamera Dempsey. Feb. 13, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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HOME
-.. Shuford told Manning if his request Teresa Futch: Bonnie Geiger Allen "We are expecting from 50.60'exr
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receives no action at the next zoning Gonzalez Griffis. Erika hibits from ninth through 12th
Joseph
;'IW)" f :'tcCf..tt': i1, \ et.g,. ."lo 'f) > 47,:' ';o' :t. : board meeting, the commission will Gruen, James Hayes, Stacy Fairish, graders,"says Fair Director Jerry L.
act.L Rita Richardson, George Ricks, McGriff. BHS science departmenthead.
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Audra York, Thomas Watson, KeWe
Baldwin, Marsenna Brantley, Amy The top 26 projects, as chosen by
Carter, Theresa McCollum. Karen judges, will represent Bradford High
Martin Sharon Martin, Stacey'Red- in the Suwannee Valley Regional
'1 dish, John Jackson, and Richard Os- Science Fair set Feb.28-29 at Lake'City
teen. Community College.
Judges for the BHS Science Fair
will include teachers from Clay,
L Baker and Union counties; representatives -
: Seventh Grade Kay Allen Tony from DuPont Clay Electric,
Diggs, Cheryl Foster, Nancy odder, the Division of Forestry, and Housingand
Andy Nguyen, Becky Fairish, Jason Rehabilitative Services, McGriff
Polk. Tanja Rlgby, Diane Wood. says. ---s.
Melissa Burnsed, Kim Cogdlll.
Patricia Barber. Greg Nazworth.
Mark Barber, Lisa Green Robert Correction!
Spitze, Elizabeth Stilt Rodney;: ; SOTrells. -
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Editor's notes Here' what area citizens are saying about a much-dlscusied American people U bound to be. ed "No... there are jobs In 'the had to the Russian goverment Is going
I and controversial Isiue-the draft If you hive something to add, please drop altered.. ;; military that women can fill. to back off and say 'Hey they're not
your comments In the mall or bring them by any three of the newspaper offices.. '1 think! I feel like a lot of other people However,I do not think women shouldbe the chickens we thought they were.'
,Responses will be printed In next week's Issue, the Russians have to be stopped \ drafted to fill combat jobs." "I think maybe there's been a
somewhere in the world and I think decade in American that's lost some
the Americans, being overly concerned .1 .... patiotlsm. I remember when I was In
with the backlash of the Viet Nam ." [ :r\ 1 school we'd sing the National Anthem
fS war, are reluctant to make a particular the Pledge of Allegiance. I tell
geographical stand. It Is a' \ rl' you I hear those songs now and still
necessity to be halted for the protection : get a lump in my throat. It might
of the American life-style. sound corny but I believe we need
"As for women being drafted lam \ .p .,.... that. These people that are protesting
antl-ERA (Equal Rights Amend- A 4i1)Dean .. probably have never been anywhereelse
ment)and I think that after all i la said (but America), They've never
? and done in the ERA battle, until a known anything besides being able to
S + as crisis arises, the true feelings of pro- r state their opinions.
ERA people can not be logically J. rH "As far as the draft I think it could
tested. I think that the potential draf. be the best thing for a lot of kids now.I .
ting of women will show the true col- ; see 17, 18 year olds kids walking the
ors of proand anti-ERA people." : streets looking for Jobs, I see it all the

k'14*.t. time. They've got no training for any
..!n -',", -...,,.' ;"VI' occupation especially around here
1 'T, ); where there Just isn't any work for
., ;+ & 1\. them. I feel sorry for them. I'd say
R p Slocsm getting in the service would be the
I ; KHHSSelilorA best thing for those kids.
',; ,.; Keystone High School senior "I think you'll find that people

..t Dean Slocumb, 17, said "I think they around here will be more patriotic as
.i a should start the draft."If the draft la far as the Armed Forces go than In a
1:"i.{ lot of places. This Is Americathe
Edna Baker Carol Manning reinstated, Dean said he would probably
KH Postmaster "I consider Joining the Marines. Randy Powell way it really is. Maybe Blanding has
UCHS Senior
Starke Businessman helped that. And there's a lot of Na:
to In the .
Referring women military
Edna ,
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Keystone Heights' postmaster "
Baker, said "I am 100 percent The message from Union County he said, "If women want the ERA and A Starke man who was happy to tional Guard people around here.
'behind the draft, if that is what it High senior Carol Manning was short p- they are so eager to want equal talk about the issue, in fact eager to 4h*.*
takes to clear up the Iranian crisis or and to the point when she was asked ..."q ; rights I think they should be speak his mind, was Randy Rowell .rr; .. .
her opinion of the draft. "No, I'm not ) ; .*drafted" owner-operator of Starke Radiator ," .t ..r.y '
'any other crisis. If the Job can be done xYeX .. .;
in favor of the draft at all. We might jI.tI..
? Service. .
without it great! .
Referring to women possibly being need" it, but I don't favor one, not a ..;.. .' 11' rye. .f "j "Sure, I've been thinking about this j"
drafted, she said "I am personally bit, ; ,,: whole thing a lot,"Rowell said Friday "
against ERA,but if it is raed by the "I'm for sure" not In favor. of drafting .; \ afternoon at work. "I see these kids ,,"'
!majority of states,then I am in favor women, she added. o : '" demonstrating against the draft on f'
of women being drafted. It Is the most 'I. ';'q. :) : } 'j" ... .tl the news... I tell you that's Just what
:equal way." ... r" 'l' .. .j ', 't" '! ,'.1.1. ; Russia wants to see. They're (Russia)
I i' I 'IJ f''I< ,, t'r ;;;, o.. looking to see how the American people
**** "
1, !: : '''' react. The whole aggression in .
Vivian B4tU Afghanistan is a test of the American
BHS Senior 'j 4 people-see if they'll stand behind
they're government. And I'll tell you,
"
"I'm against T-O-T-A-L-L-Y., z if we don't stand up to 'em now they 11
emphasized BHS senior Vivian Bell ::4 run right through to the Persian Gulf.
Friday afternoon. The 17 year old ,- "I've got two kids (ages one and ,
-, i' from Lawtey saw no need for the four), a wife.. I'm building a new .
=, -eN United States to be Involved In the .\ '
home. I'd be ruined If I had to go to \
Mideast situation.'"I really don't see .'U war. But if that's what it takes... I .1 "
where the United States should get in believe in America and I can't standto \
that. I mean I understand about the see us get pushed around. I was \ !}
:f prisoners In Iran and all. We do needto thinking the other day...If I went over 1 \ q
get them out.. But to me that's all there for two years I'd miss my 1.
:h. ,41 the rest of the world Is looking forfor youngest son (Chip) growing up. I
Connie Tries
us to hop In it over there so they can might even get killed, you don't know.
= ,, ,KIIIIS Senior
.F'.t attack us. When asked she said I don't like the idea of war a bit. But if
.... Russia Is the "they" that would at- Shirley Johns that's what it takes to keep America On the other hand, Connie Trlest.
tack. j Union County Resident free.. (His conclusion Is left unsaid 17, a senior at KHS, said women
"I would be concerned about what ion County resident Shirley but it's obvious: he would fight) I should not be drafted to fight on the
t J Russia is going to do,I would keep our Johns is another who thinks the draft guarantee I would register before front-lines, but perhaps be assigned a
guard up but I don't think we really Is both necessary and a positive thing. they had to draft me if it came to that. desk-job "I couldn't shoot someone
i need to worry enough about Russia to "Yea, there should be a draft. The 'I just believe that If the American unless my life depended on it."
f put the draft back in. military always has been a place that people rush out and register for the Connie did, however, feel that thedraft
.. IAI 'BhelUm Arnold Jr. "The senior guys iW-Joo'l' especially llfceu talk a go for training\ : ', ..draft. and_get prepared: .to fight !If we. should I .be reinstated..!' .once again. !
be
by. .uClllSeaIoc'. _'" bout the-dr.tt.- -ancTttn education. I feel very strongly": '" .' '"\i '
'" ZoslugDke-c toe 'idea. I know I Wouldn't want them to
Starke Planing* about the fact that we have freedomsthat
Shelton Arnold Jr, a Union County get drafted either .
"Freedom U nol free and every High senior, said "If they bring it .*' As for the idea of drafting women: service are wortn be Inconvenient protecting. Military, but at
I American ought to be willing to give back (the draft), I'IlBlgn up before "No way!,"Vivian answered pointed-- ,times sacrifice may has been to
not only their taxes but their time as they draft me." He saw a silver liningin ly.. "I think that's the craziest thingI protect our way of life.necessary Yes, I'm FREE FRIES I
\well,"declared Al Crosby, the Starke the possibility. "This will give me ve ever heard. Equal rights Is okay definetely for a strong military, and
the to choose a career line for .
planning and zoning director. opportunity but I think there's a drawn as we need the draft to have it..
'- Other reasons for supporting a that I like. I think we need a strong far at equal rights can. go."
Are for drafting ask-
women
you we
;military draft, said Crosby, are to military, to protect America... and :
\maintain the military's strength I'm willing to do my part. ,
i(which he contends the united State is.not On the question of women being FREE DRINK. I
doing now) and to recruit better drafted Shelton said he'd be for I
qualified people. fighting alongside his female :
"The military Is equipped with classmates. "They have equal rights,
:complicated and sophisticated that includes fighting for. their coun
rmacninery-we cannot let ,lust try." WITH
anybody operate this equipment, he ....
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? Crosby, a member of the National THOMAS METALS ING.
E Guard, said Just the other day a young
{officer told him he would have never ,
5 Joined the Army had he not been H.
I;drafted. Crosby said as it Is now, the Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage
military is getting people grossly
5 underqualifled to defend our country. Specializing! In Mitered End_ Sections And Elbows ,
5 "Hell, most of the people Just barely -
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'most of 'em can't pass our tests," he 617 Direct From Uasnfactarer And Save
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Crosby said he thinks a systemshould
be initiated where people knew I FREE DELIVERY
they would have to serve six months ',Lake; Butler. ; Fla: 496-2013
to a year when they got out of high I J
school. "It wouldn't have to be 1 > r k
militaristic, but Just something...we F ) ;;. :
have conservation and all S ro
sorts of things that programs people not suited STARKE FIRESTONE ,
for the military could do I think it "
to be that \\s ... -"
,ought mandatory -.. : -
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"We must maintain our strength : t
Not to do so invites aggression. Don Morgan
Weakness invites war,strength maintains Keystone Heights Architect ( MULTI-MILE TIRES
peace," emphasized Crosby. i!
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University of Florida will be American Legion club. Donations first time out but we're gonna play
playing its horses and Flagler Col- asked are $2 for adults, $1 for our starting lineup, cure" Bergmansaid
see It as an opportunity. students and all youngsters attending Monday. That includes lust two
That's the word from the head the KRA youth baseball team starters from last year as the pro's
coaches of the Gators and Saints on choosing Saturday morning will be came in for housecleaning of the N
the eve of Saturday afternoon's 1 p.m. admitted free. Gator roster. First baseman Tony
meeting of the two college baseball Gator head man Jay Bergman says Stevens smacked 12 homers with 74 t i ""0)LAeolis
teams in Keystone Heights. The Joel his team won't be counting this as a RBI's last year and second baseman
Bryan Field clash la a benefit game regular season game but you'll see his Ronnie Deans hit at a .339 clip for the
for the Keystone-Melrose Poet 202 starters. "We're looking it as just ourJm'il 40-20 Gator edition of 1979. Add In
rlghtflelder John Brsntley, the
former Gator QB who was a star two
seasons ago. "The rest are Junior college ..
transfers, some of them unknownand
untested," Bergman said. His ,
starting pitcher was undecided. 1

Flagler College is an NAIA small Tornado ward Winners
college school offering a stark contrast -) Imanshlp award winner Allltn Scott Outstanding D" n-
to the Gators. They offer no BUS football award winners an, left to right. Most Imsive Lineman and Sportsmanship award winner Danny.. : :
scholarships and head coach Glen proved player Jay Griffis Outstanding Offensive Back lIi1dltbran. and Outstanding! Defensive Back Richard ; :.: :: ;;
Aspen has to split his coaching work John Bennett Outstanding Offensive Lineman. and SportSmith.. '
with a full-time teaching Job. His ;:
N S SUS S recruiting pitch: Is built mostly on f ;:
Florida sunshine for young men from :; ':;
Baseball the North and Flagler's location on 5 Seniors Take Tornado Awards
the beach (St. Augustine). They'll
come to play though "We look It as anoppurtunltr
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Season Buddy to play one of the top Between a humorous message by lege. Both Scott who was also named Mrs. Marjorie Allen and Sexton '- .:
only in Florida but In the assistant UF football coach Dwight the Outstanding Offensive Lineman presented the scholarship awards. ;
: Southeast" Aspen said. "It's an at- Adams and a more serious call to and Hildebran who nabbed the Before the awards presentation and ;.S Z.:,.
Collings 1 ,e L < traction for kids that might come to arms by Bradford High A.D. and football Outstanding Defensive Lineman after a fried chicken dinner Adams .- : :; : :
The, Best.? Flagler to see we play people like coach David Hurse five Tornado award, said afterwards that they shared his personal plan for success : r r
I
Florida, JU, Stetson." seniors were granted awards for the planned to use the money. doling out some country humor along .:
'ISports Last year's Saints were 24-18-1 1979 football season at the BUS grid John Bennett won the Outstanding the way.-Ile made Richard Smith's : "f
overall the first winning season ever banquet Thursday night, Jan. 31. Offensive Back trophy Richard Saturday night date famous and
Editor for the school.! Aspen said he'd likelyuse Two-way lineman Allen "Fat Smith was named the Outstanding revealed that "Florida State is our

three pitchers Saturday "becauseour Albert" Scott and linebacker Danny Defensive Back, and Jay Griffis was biggest rival... and I hate 'em." t... .. .
..............I .R....... pitchers are still developing right Hildebran each took a full share of the tabbed the Most Improved Player by Hurse's talk included praise of .
now." most coveted award- the Sportsmanship their coaches. Assistants Mike Sexton Scott as the "first offensive tackle .
Putting aside the sixth-ranked Keystone girls basketball team and Union And will the Saints count the game? trophy that carries a $1,000 Ron Mike Hartley, and Rick Stevensall I've had in 25 years of coaching who .', .'
High's thus-far unbeaten weightlifting team this has been a pretty dismal start to "Tell Jay if we beat him I'm going to nie Allen Memorial Scholarship withit had a hand in passing out the allowed us to not to have to double- '
a sports year for our area high schools. Oh, you might add in the varsity girls count It, Aspen chuckled. \if the players choose to attend col trophies. team the defensive tackle on our veer i ;.r,;
basketball team from Bradford and the JV boy cagers from UCHS who are the plays He Just took 'em one-one-one." a':: :.s:::
only other teams that come to mind with winning records. He said that as Hildebran came .t-=r; :
But, the point is it hasn't been a banner athletic year by any means.The saviorto around to playing his best football --'
all that could be the upcoming baseball season. I have the feeling all three varsity late so did the Tornadoes. He called Sr r=:;
diamond clubs could be title contenders. Union High and Bradford were TornadoBradford Wrestlers at DistrictWinner Sexton "the finest defensive coach in 3:.; ::-
district and region champs last year and Keystone's Indians were thought to be the state of Florida." He talked about %.- =.-
the best of the bunch. High's wrestlers lost both the Tornadoes' fall to 5-5 in 1979. "If a :y: ::
The Tornadoes of BHS won't have a senior on the club according to coach Mike ends of a two-match day last Saturday coach stays in football long enough he
Hartley but after last season's best ever win total (13-13) Hartley is busily at home to end the regular season a, 1CihroA1 hits a cycle... where you Just don't
pushing his program. He's opening another BHS first this week, baseball season 3-10 in dual meets and now hit the have the good athletes. I might as _-
ticket sales ($15 for 13 games including the Feb. 16 game against Bradford old- tournament trail opening In the well tell it like it iswe're in a down -
timers), and look for the playing of the national anthem and maybe player introductions District III tournament at Live Oak cycle at Bradford High School. We '.
before home ballgames the first of which is March 1, at 2 p.m. High Saturday Feb. 9. have some good athletes but we Just -
against Union High. The Tornadoes were beaten by Clay don't have as many good athletes as ': -
Coach Joe Register at veils is another who'll have to do without many ex- High 40-19 and Jax. Bolles 33-28 in we once did." But most of all Horse :rl':
perienced seniors but he'll field another scrapping bunch that'll win more than their regular season finales. The first ..' 'Q tilima"64 directed his talk at the non-seniors :'-- '
anybody figures just like they did last year. Few would have said they were the stop on the tourney trail Is by far the and people in attendance who could E
best in the Suwannee Conference last year but they sure won it. It'll tire you out easiest as the top four placers in each 40 help BHS football In the future. !:
just thinking about the work Register puts into the Union baseball field. The weight class at the five team district "How hard you work in the Summeris
Tigers also play a Will Be-Has Been's game Feb. 16, and open Monday Feb. 18, event move on to the Region I tourneyset going to determine how good we are ''L :: i:r
in Lake Butler against Buchholz ((4 p.m.). for Friday-Saturday Feb. 15-16 at next year," Hurse said to Tornado .:..: -.- :;
Keystone1 Indians open later than the others starting March I, with a 1 p.m. Green Cove Springs-Clay Hi The future. "If you guys ever get together '
home game against Clay High. That's good because the Indians have more still State 3-A tourney Is carded for Feb. and decide to the price we've got
playing basketball than others. I hope I don't put the whammy on 'em but KHHS 2-3 at Palatka High. enough athletes pay where we could be in
figures to again have talent to burn. On his practice schedule Indian head man Palatka, 14-0 in dual meets and the state playoffs. It'll be tough but it
"
Rodney Nelson says "every day, rain or shine. rated even stronger than their fifth can happen. With enough Improvement -

Speaking of Which... place state finisher of a year ago is and with the attitude coach
the prohibitive favorite among all the Adams just talked about we could win : "
Mark Prldgen a '79 graduate of KHHS and Post 202 baseball made the varsity district coaches. Even the Palatka 8-9-or 10 ballgames. If not,you're gon
nine at Mercer College in Georgia, where they playa major college schedule. If coach said earlier this week that his na struggle just like last year." : .
I'm not mistaken that makes him the only player off the last Post 202 club play team has a shot at the state title.

ing college baseball now... "It's going to be one heck of a fight And to the adult listeners Hurse
...Santa Fe's gain is Keystone High's loss. Adrlene Saenz the Lady Indians for second place," notes BHS coach asked for greater Involvement in the : :
best tennis player is at SF Community College in the early admissions programand Ronnie Harris. Bradford (3-10) was by Pin All Sports Club, which sponsored -1:::;
.... beaten In dual all the
playing tennis for the Lady Saints. meets by Thursday night's banquet (and the
...Last week's BUS football banquet was another example of Tornado district clubs, Palatka Clay ((6-9), Ninth-grader Kenny Wright (on bottom here) won by pin against Bolles Saturday others) and buys the letters, jackets .;:
A.D.-football coach, 9K/ <{''Uli>r ingup' to urge support of the Tornado Live Oak (9-5)). and class 2A,In- -:-. night flvina( ; him four plns.for the year HJ u*. L and sweaters and trophies that were j-
athletic program.)KeV 0 froWjIWlf&CJHlowVihte! ,year while costs go up.:,-,\'- ; V _' --*. r WfS T'f :i .i---_....'t?w<-idl' 1Ar7 5 aft a- t3. HAvsrUlM' Uulytrsl. and ::1;:
and Hurse's mess *lI ttltft to'etrrlry oh-as-perusuat BHS is going to need some Wrestling starts at 1 p.m. with the Todd Samons. Danny Nugent; and n' n<*i r.it WL >.>..,. (ed) .<. w..k.. ...., 11* ch&erYeUaers.: J=IPrfa bargain. *:
helpfrom the school board, from the community (added membership in the All quarterfinals. Consolation finals are Allen Scott were the only Tornadoes ..t-. <1'1> *..- 94. 171. w....i.. (I.) w" Membership Is just $10 and your child .
Sports Club for instance), from somewhere. The All Sports Club has loyal but set for 6:30 p.m. with the finals to 1 to come out victorious In both mat. to-1 "* *"'" (c>*.. fch-""" .* ">-.6.11' le> the chance for ;
,. .. ,,, gets a $30 jacket rr
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not very many members. Take away the Schoenings and I don't think Tornado start around 7:30 p.m. ches. Samons and Nugent had two M_ (C) *.? w..... >,u, ,... ......w (ic) *., ..II awards and so many other benefits ;:
fans would have had their popcorn and cokes this Winter from the concession The Tornadoes have Individual decisions each while Scott backed a '.... ..* e.-.. (C) Nn.i ....,,1....... iiMt ......., We need the support of businesses and 1:1;
stand..... hopes as Allen Scott! Danny Nugent forfeit against Clay with a pin against .1 guess everybody knew that veteran BHS basketball coach-top football and Billy Green will be among the Bolles. ..,...>>..-....21 Cheerleading community. Debra .''
assistant Mike Sexton was offered the vacant A D.-head football coach Job at favorites In their weight classes and Billy Green Kenny Wright and o..nqpl.s/nnlnds.lmIll.P.w.nlsl.,4( I sponsor
:: : ; : ; Prevatt recognized her girls anc
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Hawthorne. Everybody but Sexton that Is. lie said Hawthorne hasn't even contacted Todd Samons,Skip Wheeler,and Kenny Skip Wheeler split matches. The Tornadoes 1J/1 It- /.ds 17x/klnn.n'7l4 ((1). ) dp.1 "
0-11 121._( ) 17112 '..(1l)d-. junior varsity football coaches Ber
him but the rumor was traveling fast"1 had to go home and tell my wife Wright will be contenders for led Bolles 14-2 after Nugent's w*.".. ... .... M,.,(.II i *.,. .>i....<.ii (Eddie Joyce) we weren't moving anywhere." crowns. win at 121 but the Bulldogs took six of "....."(...).*......-*.., "'..."*."*..."...., Faulk spoke of the Baby Tornadoes.
Wrestlers with the best records: last 117' W.411101, 'I ''" *"".'. llW'' *." 'a' ."*
the last nine matches with one draw,
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fmlfl (jmr> > t M| ? f-wr{Jt> M.C.n.h.
entering the tourney are listed below cteylO. !.* !dle 4,47 .... Prica (140)) win, ..."... Un''.- ..." (I.) .!.
by class: 81...IIIe( )_.a_'WI Ill518..4(CI)_ w..... .,...
I Outlift Two 102- Leslie Wilson Clay (21-1,
Tigers unbeaten at 102 New Port Richey 301 DRIVE IN-

tourney champ). Billy Green, Brad
ford (12-3 with 7 pins). Sports Calendar 964-5451
Tim Holmes rewrote his own school Heavyweight Norman and 109- Johnny Givens, Palatka (19-1,
record and Jimmy Norman and Keith lightweight Jones were the only 2-tlme state runnerup at 101); Barney
Jones claimed two weight class wins Tigers to win both times out. Nor- Wainwright, Live Oak (12-1)). Thursday. Feb. 7- Fri. & Sat.
apiece to lead UCHS' Tigers to a cou- man's best of MO topped all lifters. 123- Brad Brown Palatka ((17-0>, 3rd UNION CO. V boys vs. Newberry i:30)at Suwannee Conf. basketball
ple of weightlifting victories last Dean O'Steen Clayton Parrish. and at state at 108 In 79); Danny Nugent r tourney thru Sat. at SFCC) TIM
DON
weekthe first wins for McDowell also took victories In
a Union High Terry Bradford (15-1 5 pins only loss to j BRADFORD boys and girls tennis at Lake City (3:30)
boys varsity team this one of the two matches. CONWAY KNOTTS
year. Brown).
BRADFORD V girls at Santa Fe basketball ((7:30)
"
The Tigers were stronger than Clay "We've only got 11 people lifting 130Rod Williams Palatka (14-&); W-
High 37-32 In a match at the Union right now so we give up too many Skip Wheeler Bradford ((5-4-1 3 Friday, Feb. H- THE' J
High pit Wednesday, Jan. 30, and top points for not filling out each weight pins). Jasper basketball at KEYSTONE JV boys (9). V girls (6:30): V boys ((8))
ped Hawthorne 37-28 Friday, Feb. 1, class," Clyatt noted. On the positiveside 136Jerry Strickland, Palatka BRADFORD JV boys (6:30), V boys (8) at GIIS basketball PRIZE
away from home. The Tigers were he said "Our clean and jerk (16-2); Larry Hart, Live Oak ((18-3)); (f Saturday Feb. 9-
scheduled to host Baker County Wed., technique has improved a lot, that's Bobby Lewis Clay (12-5). Florida GATORS vs. Flagler baseball at KEYSTONE (II I p.m.) FIIGIrlTER
Feb. 6, and will be at home for a 3:30 what we've been working on." 142- James Revel (15-3) or Jim s BRADFORD wrestlers at District Tournament Live Oak (I p.m.) A Knockout Comedyl!
p.m. meet with ChieHand Wednesday, ""o.CIon. Barber (14-6), Palatka. Live Oak at BRADFORD JV boys (1:3G). V boys (H> basketball
Feb.13.Holmes. ". c. Mm (IUCI) III IM-ir*... ') .. ttamw (fact
A frl Slit ftcttj Production
total of 485 against Clay IM.III.MOt .... !<. (C) Mt .... .. H.liMf (UC) 149Tommy Livingston Palatka Monday, Feb. It- e A New WwM<*PtctUlM i Relates
>7.3IB-4M 2)) McOMMll (UC) m-141-IMt I4* DMA ((152-1).
busted his own Tiger 132 pound school o...... |IUC) 141tlt....... I.k, CvrttM (UC) 159Dean Johns. Palatka (10-2-2)) Lake City Middle School at UNION: ; Jgirls basketball (5) CI
mark. He lifted the same total against IM ,......: .... C..... (CI) .,.. 2)) Clyiff (ILK) ; and Baker Co. al UNION boys JV 6:10):: ). boys V (1111 basketball
Hawthorne but was for his 7..113701 letCl..n, _..... (UC, ............ Kenny Wright. Bradford ((4-6-1 4 Hawthorne al BRADFORD girls basketball ((7:30)
overweight .... Willi.(C) ate... 3))C.11s..5.aM-IU4Mt: ..".J.t pins). Live Oak at BRADFORD and tennis (13:00)Macel..nny o Plus.
boys
class and was beaten in the 148 pound ...._(UC)310-230......a)"......IUC)140.170-375. 171- Jeff Maxwell. Clay ((21-1 New girls
division. U.1..17-.r1Mrne. All Stars vs. STARKE Rec. All Stars basketball Old Armory (7)
".. "II" (I") Itl.. 3)) .. MWMHV (UC) ,...,...17*. Port Richey champ); Larry McCook KEYSTONE JV girls 11:301. V girls (II) at Jax Episcopal basketball Escape From Aetbena
"Our scales are messed up at the .... II. < -(UC) l..."..|7.j in- T.McOmrall |UC) Live Oak (IM. ...........0..1..4..0..0...
high school and we never know whatwe IS.MS.I7li I4>. OI 3))O Clyvn' (UC) _,..._: .IM..."."... dy Hedstrom Palatka (17-2)). Sun. Mon.
weigh around here, Tiger coach ... ,... .. Jasper at UNION CO. boys J(8:3G: ) and boys V (K> basketball
(sills III c. 1.h.1.1UC( ) ''N. (")
Lanier Clyatt said in explaining .*. DC9OTIlft.Ut, .p. "k(UC'....'.....: .11-7-J.a..nw(IK) 224- Donnie Allen Live Oak (14-0). BRADFORD boys JV (&:3G) and boys ((8) at Clay High Oriental Vixen
Holmes' extra weight.. .3)) I.ArtlMf(UC) 151-..2311. Unl- Allen Scott Bradford (13-1, 8pins
only loss to Hall; Brent Hall Wednesday' Feb. 13- e Plus.Willing .
Live Oak ((11-4)); Willie Tilton Baldwin at BRADFORD weightlifting ((2:43):
Record Palatka (7-3). Chlefland at UNION CO. welghtliftlng <13:30) Wives
Lift In last Saturday's doubleheader UNION CO. al BRADFORD boys and girls tennis (3:30)
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Union Hlgh'i Tigers waited nearly Brummitt. And they did. Outscored Highland Phillip Jackson, and Irvinb,
I minute for a last shot but couIdn't 52-40 from the field the Indians hit 15 George (lOt).. and 14 points on the 3:1
get It to go down and Derrick Carr Iced of 25 free throws to Union's two of night),but Keystone gradually pulled *
a SS-M victory for Keystone with a three chances. back and the game was back and ins
pair of free throws with eight seconds Brummitt also noted that"It wasn'ta forth all the way. .iU,
", left Monday night at the KHHS gym. pretty game."As a matter of fact It With 2:52 to go in the third period JRI!
The win upped Keystone to 7-11 while was downright rough around the Chris de Bodisco ((13 points) pushed H..I IKHHS
," VCRS remained winless at 017. edges most of the time. Turnoversand up 42-,. with four straight ra
I. :}:' Can's two swishes gave the Indiansa bad percentage shots showed up points but the Tigers put on a rush >i 5S-M edge and they allowed Tiger all over the place. But If not artistic it with pressure defense and Irvin
14"Li f' Phillip Jackson a meaningless bucket was close. George's follow knotted the count:
\ I with two seconds left for the final The Tigers vaulted to early leads of 44-44 after three periods.
;".g, I. I. f 55-54 count. "We won the game at the 8-1 and 12-9 with pressure defense and With 1:12 left and trailing 53-52 the
i J H foul line." noted KHHS coach Ron the outside shooting of Willis Tigers held the ball for the final shot
but they missed with 19 ticks left and
Carr was fouled at the other end.
knocking In his 14th and 15th points of
.d Roberson
Edwards Push
the night for the clincher.
UCHS has a busy week ahead.They

UC JV's Past Baby IndiansWally open Tournament In the tonight Suwannee Thursday Conference Feb.

7, at 5:30: against aec ndaeerlNewberry. )
.Play continues Friday and
Union County's Baby Tigers (9.4)) Dilas led the winners with 11 Saturday night. Monday the Tigers
hit six straight foul shots down the points with Curt Clemons adding 10. host Macclenny and Tuesday, Feb.12,
stretch to gain a 54-47 victory over Bobby Strickland canned IS for they're at home against Jasper.
I Keystone's Indians ((4-10)KHHS Keystone to lead all scorers and Her- Keystone hosts Jasper Friday night
Monday night.It bie Home hit 12 In his second JV Feb. 8.Union .
was 48-46 Union's way with just game. "He's coming along.". King Co. 1o 12 U 10 M
1:45 to go in a game close all the way said. Keystone 11 n 11 II SS
but Tommy Roberson bucketed four Union Co. I 14 10 20 M _. _... ,.. IL 0.,.M .. I. 0..m 14.
free throws all on one-and-ones and Keystone 12 13 12: 10 ft MUM*.** I*. "K*.S. Webb e, G._*> TOTAl 15.5M. .

Woody Edwards swished two charity UNION CO- T. lt.n. S. ..... II. CI.H..I I*. ...._ COT 1S. Oorar l.. IliltoinH .. .M
shots to send the Baby Tigers to vic OriMlK o.o.w.a. J. New... >lTOTAU 5.41.! .. '1.Vital II,TOTAUl M 14-M M.
tory. II IS>1 M.
"What '.'ITONI-U.O.__'._ .........................
Board Battle pleased me the most was. our II PrtdMr II1OTM1I 111141 aIn Pd.t&I" ,,;;; bd1..ppl.d, ,;. by Nr1.M
free throw shooting at the end said 17-4111-....Lad.1A. .
Scrapping underneath the boards In last week's Derrick Carr <5S). and Tiger Irvin George ((12). Out front UCHS coach David Ross. He also a game'pla'yedf: <.Kas't'Friday the Il/lld-I./ ... ...d5.N LLrd I. 1141 IMt.L..w..HM
Keystone-Union County game are Union's Anthony Hicks are guards Kirk llallowell (32) from KHHS and Union's praised his'club'a man-to-man KHHS fell to Hastings 77-51 41 fa,, d.-AS... wN ...
12:1): Keystone's Eddie Dyal (ZI).Chris de Bodlico<23: >and Rufus George <111). pressure defense and fastbreak. on the road. Brian Gassett's 14 points = :a.T.Nwe: := = :p.I.I.SM -1
.. KHHS coach Rich King thought the and Strickland's 11 were bright spots t.5..5 '!i
T .-. ... key was "We were Just not poised for the Baby Indians. ...,..0.116d c.dd.d IS_ .,- a
Do you have your new enough to make our critical shots Keystone 16 S 10 17 II =:: II If IF M .. wIn ;tt,|
.l 1980 calenders yet' If not there at the end."The Indians missed meetings at I 20 2177 KIVITOMKMM. 4. err ,.. bm ii n a. M 0..5.n I, 'M':
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Lady Indians avengedone the Keystone girls, wnuvu. won spread back up to the final count of Keystone It 6 I* I 37

of their four defeats by topping In- nine of their last ten starts to climb to eight ............. a i ( a*

terlachen 46-38 Thursday, and then sixth in the slate 2A poll host unranked Asked what her message was between mvsroMSn.rtjin. s, Hrwi ,. WakaS ... a? t
out-defensed Hawthorne 37-28 Mon- but talented JasperrA'riday night, quarters Boatwright said with a Wilson 5._ It.Mlk It TOTA1SI,.-"-... I tlP
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the Feb. 8 at home before visiting Jax. smile, "I lust asked 'em if they caredto HWTHOM mhl r. AMitawl 11. AntMM t, I. J
day night to go 14-4 on year. Ion 1.inimms.H 10'_ ,.. *.
Episcopal Tuesday night. Jasper'sLady win." With the defense holding the w. .4 I L 4is
Trojans skinned the Lady In- visitors to Just one field goal In the lntrlchfl 8 I 17 a :MKeystona
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REAL ESTATE dians 50-48 in Jasper last month. last eight minutes they did. U 11 4 14 44 1

KHHS coach Kathy Boatwright notes Sandra Norwood came through wmutCMM4. MMl'.Le.M.M s._.
with another 1',wnimm. II TOTAL* u t..n w.KrVStOMS .
that her girls must beat Jasper this big showing Ina big
COURSEGENE .. -/..... fre-. '.'..
time to have a chance at the top seed game, hauling down 22 rebounds and Wmk ..>>. WltoM !.*... Wti.iUr ...,.. S-HIl
REESE, for the district tournament.In sinking 18 poirts to top both 141 TOTMSl 17 I...'*.. I

INSTRUCTORThe Thursday's big win over In- categories. Stephanie Wheeler pop
terlachen the Lady Indians balanceda ped ui 12 points and Barbara Wilson

Don Tennant SchoolOf miserable third quarter with three canned six point, four from the foul

Real Estate good periods to top the Lady Rams line while Betsy Boatwright grabbed

Will Offer from down the road. Keystone 16 missed shots. VC Girls Out

A PRINCIPLES PRACTICES Heights built up a 26-13 halftime Against Hawthorne KHHS took an Backing 'em Into a Comer .
cushion but Instead of breezing in 11-3 lead in the first period and kept A
& LAW COURSE REQUIRED with the win watched Interlachen the gap. The Lady Hornets shut down Second-seeded and fourth-ranked corner.Keystone's Dlna Corr" 21i\ and Donna Dodd In dark, defense an Interlochan girl, W4 a

FOR FLORIDA outscore it 17-4 in the third period. KHHS inside attack but guards Beth Newberry bombed the Lady Tigers d

Tied >>30 heading into the fourth Walrath and Stephanie Wheeler com 72-22 last Thursday night In first 5

REAL ESTATE. SALESMAN'SLICENSE. period KHHS came alive to open the bined for 22 points from the outside. round ference's action girls In the'Suwannee tournament Con at JV Lady Indians Split 2


Hawthorne, a tournament won as expected -

Mon.and Wd.*to t p.m. by second-ranked P.K.Yonge. Keystone Heights High's JV girls HlXHOm i tn,..HM.y..DM*.-..trwur'O1:
Starting Feb. 11. 19SO SEE YOU NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT The Lady Tigers were down 27-10 at split two games last week. They top a,Maw.. WmK..Cow.. '
NA VfnMN ._Nl0e117. .._a.-0.,
9 weeks duration the half and Newberry exploded for 28 ped Hawthorne on the road 31-20 Mon- 5517
Leading Florida Businessman Share The day night after being nudged out by 8-4. 13
Western Steer Restaurant third quarter points. Anne Biddix's 14 101 4.5..1 II tl F I la ..L.SIII
Stark Fla. adY tNt,9 ss}Secrets Of Their Success And The Influence points were a high spot for the Union Interlachen Thursday night at home.In 090.0.711. a a II .4t
v win the JV Indiana a/T1OIAC/1UN-" AM/w..w II. w.,1ot! t. n ml ..
hold "; who dropped to 1-14 with Monday's Lady -
Must pre-reglster to space Of Christ In Their Lives.FULLiGOSPEL County girls,
; SHOO 14. S MlS.Utenlnl L |
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14 HOUR POST LICENSING I ,:. BUSINESSNENS The Union JV girls host Lake City na Dodd, and Jill Eland, who combined snow'.MILT 1.
COURSE Junior High School Monday Feb. 11.Newberry for 24 points. Coach Bob Smith also {w
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FEB. 16,1'I1'E.
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ta.m.top.m.Chamber WESTERN STEERSTEAKHOUSE: Union Co. 6 4" 6 22 group of parents that traveled with Sets Public Talks

of Commarca Btdg. Dinner St 6:30 P.M. STARKE CALL 473.2702 ...w....*..Hmn 2tI Mease I,l-rli,...MMumI. them."We've really got a good group Jj
301 SOUTH ...,. ... and TallahasseeThe Game & FreshWater
REGULAR MENU PRICES .toll 111.WlII''_,4. tatiM*II TOTALS parents they
Stark, Fla. AT Meeting At 7:15: P.M. UNION' CO..Albrimn' 1. ...... 14,0.*." I. WtOIII definitely aided us down at Fish Commission has set Its
471-7074 .75-1255 BOTH OPEN TO PUBLIC .. w...,.. It TOTALS' lt-..... Hawthorne." lineup of 17 public meetings acnfes

Smith called the game'against In- Florida for February. *

terlachen "our beat game of the The two closest meetings are:

year," despite the loss. "Interlachenbeat Ocala, at the Ramada Inn, 175 and

us by 30 at their place." US-27, Belmont Room, 7:30 p.m.

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE With 40 seconds left KHHS was tonight Thursday, Feb. 7; and
down seven but three straight steals Jacksonville, at the Independent Life

helped them pull to within two. They Building 7:30: p.m. Feb. 19. -

couldn't get off a final shot as a Jump Among the topics to be discussed'atthe '

ball bounced free as time ran out. meetings are a proposal to modify
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST
Donna Dodd pumped in 23 points to turkey hunting regulation. Includinga

lead all scorers while Mickey Sibley shortened fall season,and modification -

added nine for KHHS. of the five-inch antler regulation

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN Keystone 6 11 I 6 II for the tolling of buck deer. .'

Hawthorn 6 S 3 6 M H

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IP76 CHRYSLER Ctfttom M W- V,. awtomallc. 4 door. M/17 al', AM/FM tiaraoraoular
port. 4 door hardloo, r.5w14r MPG. .n powar mint condition* '79 PONTIAC' SUNBIMO.' air V* oa.. like naw. undar aoocmllat 1/2 bath on I acre 'lot. Btwn and Lad Sutler. (163 a HELP .
NS. ta>MM>ur i aOO anolna). Luxu 1000 ml. UfsjQ ITVlCMa .. Polvolvcoat.M 710.,.Mtandad Mano Call 3770315.Ir Roiford and LB. Con month plus deposit.
c.,. loadad. now tlr". Mchniclly *- 3 Year "many aMtras *.. .
and apCall 31.5830.boded... nc. a-. 71 FORD.M/lalw1t LTD B OUOMAAA........,_., MOO .aojulty Janlco.' a 3m-370 s jma .balanca atudantHARal $ .ofmOO. VW RABBIT, SI,. FM 4 door......OalUMautotnatlc .. Mlchalln tact 431.1521 alter 9 30 .9 -2"2." 2/7 Itchg. WANTEn
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wanted. Painter
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Automatic air. equipment.
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A Real Livable._I Oath Oldtmobll. 26,000 mil.. Community College
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._..ilt *****homo 4 .... .v%battm.tvdv. I-watt of Lak. City. 100 yrsM okI. son .
::rt.l. car oaraoat to room.. structurally ....nd. & Bvildar Inc.372t3al tion. $S.000. Call Rob Smith" still Office 752-182. ext
Lark '' IMTyntvartlty 5.01.05.I..fera5lan. PERSONALSERVICES 311 for Inlarrnatlon. 2/1/
/ 37> a aRRKWOGOWEST. euaross 51 51'Malar0l 0m C_ .V O NER. lakafronf nom 7 496-2527.2/7 1 Itchg.
o32 ooo farm. Federal rant rac room. 4 milts C. of Haw llchg.INSURANCE.
( avallabla,! ) For Information,call thorna. aooroM. 2.OOO ... ft.. NEAR LAKE 3 bedroom
Br_low 3 ....a bath waMc.knt -1DoJOn.! 1-7M 3.72. lacras 4 cttrva "iaiV .. central heot. AC wall to wall
e_ araat room with '/II55NEAWINGCOMPLETIOM. OWNER MR. dishwasher stoves
9 R I Bath.panalad carpet,
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WILLIMs RPALTOR > Bam 2 car Ow p. Many baamad calllno, Stona tlraplac*. and drops Included. 1.660

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porch, franch sears .._. ., location. Will consider estimates. MAINIS INSURANCE AGINCYl
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Fool taparata / P4aco Call 3a3761NIC distributors for completelywashable 160 S. Lone Ava. LoklButler.
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I LUKE REGION MONITOR I HELP HELP CARS & HOMES WANTEDGOOD SALE

FOR RENTs Trencher, compactor AUCTION-ALL NEW MERCHANDISE OPPORTUNITIESWOULD
cement mixer, WANTED WANTED TRUCKS FOR SALE
Every Thurs PRICIS.PAID for used COASTAL BERMUDA HAY
p.u washer, lawn2how.rs day. 7:00: p.m. Truckloads mobile homos If YOU CARE To be .
MEN OR WOMBni age Alti You can have financial TIAISMANHIO mortgageIs Phone 473 2427. Keystone
tillers other I97i DOOOI MOBILE HOMES Why
: paymore financially Independent?
tool. drill
of
prestos, 3/4 paid or more.OLIN'IM081LI No collect call..
; f.:$ordn. auto and comtrue.Jtyon handtools '19-65 no experience need security and career Custom. Van: 6 ? Buy direct from foe- Wa need distributors, Heights.
grinders. vises, HOME SALES.
ed. Write card or letter to growth potential area 1/31 4tpd221.ASSORTED .
tools. KEYSTONE HENSETALS you cylinder, :3 peed tory. Large selection of 2.. Outstanding opportunityavailable.
Hwy. 21 North of about every type. Don'tbo F.N. Etc., P.O. Box 1239.Starke ..ll motivated direct automatic Craig 9645606. Open 7 day GIFT SHOP
14 12 ..Id... COMMUNITY Phon Mrs
53 73-293.. TFcha misled by people passing Fla 32O91. 1/24 .ol.. person. Ground floor AM/FM/cauette stereo weekly.. TFchg Wilson ITEMS Marked downs to
MOBIL HOMES SALES. US 473-2658 9 to 6 only.
home
!K.JMRER BEDROOM two both through. Owned and 4tpd 2/14.' opportunity with expanding with speakers carpeted WANTED Mobile ox.I. V* off. In the lobby and on
1/17 :3tpd 131.SPORTING .
301 North. Open 9 to duk. I.. and IIr... Will pick .
Also up.OLIN'S
operated locally. SALES LADIES WANTED for local food
*;;frepland great room.Ky.ton. company. Interior, sun roof. roar GOODS FRANCHISEi terrace of Bradford County
1 to 6 Phono HOME
yy Country Club.HTCbll truckloads of groceries. ladles dress shop openingsoon Income rang from" $20,000 colling vont. air shocks, Sunday. MOBILE Let us assist In Hospital, sponsored by th.
Bob Harris, 96<1.5511 Dishes, electronics and In Starke. Apply to up. Group Iniurance excellent fog light $2,300. Fho,. 964-8741. TFchg SALES 96<1.5606. Open 7 starting own you Auxiliary. Thursday to
KINOSLIV LAKIi, 3 BR week. TFchg your sporting
days a
about Doris McCrary. P.O. Box working condition
or 4733133. Financing anything you can 964-8949. TFchg goods business. Saturday Feb.79. 11 a.m.
A"allabl.3' 3tchg2/14. nam. Bill Perry Auc 939. Tlfton Go. 31794. In- College degree or .....'01 TOYOTA COROLLA '975. CHI Kitchen equip. Lot CASH FOR COINS. Gold. from store or residence Operate, full to 3 p.m. l/312tpd2/7.
dental
READY TO MOVE INi 4 BR. 2 tlon..,. 2315 S.E. elude ago and work experience. year dlroct sale* experience AC. radio good condition. 100 x 800 ft. Private dock. silver GF, sterling or part-time. SI.OOO ,.- LOT FOR -SALE 200 x "00:
jewelry
bath, CH/A. K.y.ton. Hawthorne Rd., 1/31 3tchg 2/14. recommended. Phono. 4733193. 1/24 Ph. 904/333-2196 or gold scrap optical .
quired. Send name, address corner lot. I ml. outside
frames, etc. J.R. Bull-
SECRETARY I Positions Call Mr. Worth. 3773541from S33-28I8. 1/17 2/7.
ot 4tcrg
Club. openat
Country Brand n.w. Gainesville....-.523. 4tpd TFchg. and phone number to Starka. S200 down and
Phone Bob Harris 1/31-2/21 Malt ord.CTI with Lake City 9 toll a.m. or 4 to 6 1973 BUICK RiVIERA loaded MOIIlst HOME 1974. 13 x Ington 964-025O TFchg.
Sport-About Inc. 7691' Central
AXLES and SSO/month. Phon. E.L
473.3 I 33. Financing WORK WANTED Exceptional Community College. p.m.Monday thru Wod..... excellent condition. 72: CH/A; ref. 4 Itove: 3 MOBILE HOME Avo. NE. Frldley MN
wheels. paid for Hunter 485-1663
Available. 1/31 3tchg2/l4. secretarial bookkeeping Variable hour. Call personnel day. Itchg 3/7. $1200. Phono 964-5879 BR 1% BA. Nothing down : Top ,price II S5432 ((612)) 7845819. 1/24
new' condition.Phone .
office 7521822. UN DIRECTOR of Nursing "like (Breaker). 1/31 2tpd 2/7.
FOB BALI Raadrunner of,5 p.m. Before 5 p.m.. take over payment Sell.rwill 4tpd 2/14.
and osslstantnuinog.rlal .PoilHont 8-4 shIft Mon 964-8331. 1/24 FIREWOOD $10 pickup
..,. 311 for Information. 964-8IO4. 1/31 2tchg 2/7. closing.
5th
1975. wheel travel pay
abilities. Excellent Itchg 21.WEEKEND Frl. Salary negotiable.. TFchg load. 8:30 to 5 p.m. Phon.
196. MUSTANG need
.trailer. 26 foot .lf- "1/305/349-9218.! 4tchg" .
work and IN CAHPOOLINCi
personal INTEMSTED
RELIEF PERSON Phone 964-622O. 2/7 TFchg. work. S35O or belt SALE"FENCING 964-7490. 1/31 atchg 2/7.
contained, air, dropout references upon ........,. 4B hours. Minimum wags offer.englno ALSO. 390 PontIac 2/7. Work at NAS Jan. 7 FOR REAR STEP BUMPER for 1976
;:'dining aroa, T.V. antenna Will conilder other professional while working. Supervisory $50 SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 a.m. to 4 p.m. Live In Chevy Luv truck. S23.
auto trammliilon. or
; 13.000.With 1972 Ch.vy V or_.. Ask for"'ty. |ob. .Phone 96'-8747. bait offer. Phone James bedroom, 2 bath special Slar..... Phon. 964-86 ) All kinds hog Phone 964-5463 9 a.m. to 6

ton truck $6.500. .73.4<107. .Phono 473-7160 or ask for Wanda Sapp. Must 7823265. llpd 2/7. financing available. Your. alter 5:30: p.m. Itpd 27.MISCELLANEOUS. wire, welded' wire, barbwire p.m. ltpd2/7.

Itpd 27.WANTEDi. 473-3857. 2lpd 1/31-2/7 I have H5 education and experience 197 PLYMOUTH FURY plans or ours. Phone Affordable wood chain link: SINGER .PORTABLE sewing
Car pool to FOR SALE 1976 with retarded Home.. 964-5511 or
Plymouth $350. Real good condition. free estimates. MANNING machine: excellent condi
Shand Hospital. Work Volaro, slant-6 regular client Itchg 2/7. Phon. 964-7570. Inquire at 473-3133. 1/31 3tctig 3/14. FENCE CO., 473-4822. tion. Used approx. 2'/t hr.

7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Can ad- gal AC automatic HELP WANTEDi Secretary- Rosha' Beauty, Shop. Itpd Keyltone. TFchg Lois Bulllngton. 964.6250

lust work hours slightly. transmission tinted glass, bookkeeper for small 2/7. I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE MAY Bahia or Allslo. LarryLoFolUtte. Itchg 27.YORKSHIRE.

H Call Louise 473-4407. ltpd $3.200. Call alter 6 p.m. business located near 197t FOlIO PINTO Good LOSTFOUNDLOITI for any debts made by Star.... SOWS Ready to

1/7. 473-2054. 2tpd 113..2/7 Starke. Please reply with condition, PS PB, AC. V6.ngln. anyone ether than myself. 964-6273. TFchg. deliver February. S135

"LAKE LOTS POE SALEi RETIRED) COUPLE NEEDED to returns to post office box .. Take overpayment $100.00 REWARD Any debt add.d alter SKI BOATs 16 ft. fiberglass. negotiable. Phone

Keystone Height. manage mobile home park 29,.Starke. Fla. Itchg 2/7. *. Phone' Male Walker Hound lost December 20, '1979 I will 73 boat 74 Mercury 65 HP 9645734. alter 4 p.m. OR

,Beautifully wooded lots on near KH, furnished home MATURE WOMAN to care 9647761. Itpd 2/7. on Meng Dairy Road. not be reiponilble' 'a,. John engine gator-tilt trailer, 9648040. Itchg 2/7.
sand lake. for Invalid In home In 197* COURIER. 30 M.P.O.. 5 collar,Carl Keith 202 N,
;,,clear bottom provided. "hon.378-7'95. ClassifiedAds Name on Francis Sharp. SI.500. Call 964.5764 days UTILITY SHED 10 x 14,
.1 Good terms or discount for Itpd 2/7 I Graham ar_. Hours and peed overdrive. 2300 Rt. 1, Lebanon J.C.T.. Ken- Orange St., Storks, Florida 431-1640 after 8:00: p.m. osambled. .wired turbine
:cosh., haS acres with nico INTERIOR DECORATOR" terms con be orro/iged. Get engine. Moll wheels) step tucky. Phon. Merrill Grilf 32091. 1/31 21pd 2/7. TFpd vent mounted Like new.

.trees overlooking 10". trained In California. N.w Call 468-1437 after 5 p.m. bumper custom point, Is, 964-6767. lehg 2/7. CHAIN LINK FENCE S190. Phone 964.8696. Itpd

from 3500. S300down.S3O Idea Call 473-1731. 0.85-1879.2/7 2tpd 2/14. ResultsLotket brand new. Was $7350.' FOR RENTPALMS material. Do It yourself 2/7.

month. Commercial 1/17 now S63SO. TorwIIUgarMotor and Installation
tfnchg MadlanSt. PERSONALSERVICES save.' COMMERCIAL .PROPERTY,

.* lots on SR-21 North FOUND Sot. p.m., male Floglon Monitor Stork... 206 Flo.W.964-7200. APARTMENTS Furnished available. Free ."Imot... 2.47 acres opproM. 2,400sq.
.
""ollabl.. Owner- puppy Lab/greyhound air efficiencies and I HandyMan Fence Co. ft. block bid;. 510 It.
Salesman 47J. 375. 2/22 black, with collar, no 10;. UPHOLSTERY ReoionoDle 1979 RANCHERO. ,, BR opts., w..kly or mon 964-8359. TFchgWATSON'S frontage on 301, south of

,FOR SALEs Two oc... near Lake Geneva a...... prices. 473-2032. 4tchg 2/7 AM/FM power'window; BIU'S SAW HOPi. Compl.t. thly. NEW FURNISHED HOUSE OF Waldo. Phone
$7895, now
SR-10O near Keystona 473-3111. tfnchg 10/11 228. bucket seat New.': Torwlllegar sharpening service, circular STUDIOS, monthly only. VACUUMS Many brand. 1813526.7068 or

Height S30O dawn.S61.M AFRAID OF OVERSLEEPINGf FOR lINT On Lake NEED HELP. ORGANIZING A S635O. Brand 206 W. hand carbide 2313 N. Temple. Stark. of new vacuums. Used 1-473-4680. 2/7 4tpd 2/28.

per month. Phone 473-4058 For a small fee. I'll wok. Geneva. 38R. 2BA mobile PARTY, wedding or any Motors. Fla.. chain mower blade hollow TFchg machines available. Parts YARD! SALE Sat. Feb. 9, 10
or 473-4367 after 6 p.m. you up. Phone 475-1731 for home with CHA. Unfurnished. other Important event? I Madison, Starke,' ground and balanced. KITCHENETTES On. BR and accessories for oil a.m. til-. Multi Family '/t

1/3 tfne"" wake up service. tfnchg No pets. $165 per can take all those many 964-7200. Leave at Jackson. Building apartments pool. TV, AC. vacuum system*. 404 NW mile on left on Forsyth Rd.
1978 CHEVY CHEVITTI. 4
AMERICAN LEGION BINGO 1/17 month Includes water and details off your shoulders Supply Starke or Keystone utilities Included. Totally 10th Ave.. Goloeivllle, off SR 100 S. Look for signs.
Highway 21 north, Saturday FOR SALE, Quality Slarcraft garbage pick up. Phone and onto mine. Call me for door, auto air, 34.000 Ht.. TFchgALCOHOLICS furnlihed. Weekly monthly phono 376-7.'0. TFchg 9646413. Itpet 217.
mil..
$3999. .
Tarwillegor
-7 p.m.and Sunday 3 pop-up camper. Sleeps 2 473-2383 after 4:30 p.m. Informationquollfled9044751731. ANONYMOUS rate TEMPLE MOTEL BKIC-A-tlAC SHOP Just YARD SALEi on SR 100. 6
Motor 206 W.
p.m. Public Invited tfnchg fables, stove, sink.r.frig.rator tfnchg 1/10 ( ) .Fla. 964-7200.Madison 880 N. Temple Ave.. opening. Hwy 21 North ofKeystons miles between Storke and
Starke. Phone 964 5148 964-6582.. Starke. Phone 964.7357.
10/18 heater LOANS AVAILAELEanyamount Hts. Ceramics, .
tfnchgl1l7 Keystone. 2 old rifles,
OMEGA. 4 doorl: Air, 9/20 TFchg.
2400 SQ.FT. RETAIL or of lice carpeted. $3.400. Keystone write or phone CASH FOR GOLD Sterling 1977 TFchg MOBILE plaques, doll. Indian ome antiques; starting
Power REMODELING BUILDING. MIMOSA MANOR
space. Excellent location. Height 473-3910. tfnchg Ethel G. Batchelder Rt. diamond, jewelry coins .ro.Power..*. Air Steering., 32.000 mile REPAIRS New kitchens, HOMI PARK mobile homes jewelry. other Items. Thursday 2/7 from 9 a.m.

High traffic ar_. Will 10/18 2 Box 409, Keystone and dental gold. Will visit 3495. Terwlllegar Motor*. bath, family room Brick, and space for rent. Phono Phone 473-7042. 7/26 III dark. Itchg 1/7.

divide. Midway Shopping MASONRY WORK Block Heights FL 32656. Lie. your home. 13765235. 206 W. MadIson Starke. block concrete. Fireplace 468-2912. TFchg TFchg CHICKEN HOUSE to be torn

Center.For Info call Weeks brick stone. Specializing Mort. Broker. 473-2585. Mr. Rlttman. tfnchg 117FOR Fla. 964-7300. specialists.! Grlflli Con. TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY 1 LIMEROCKl 20 yd. semi down for born or garage

Bait and Tack la or 47S-1953 In fireplaces, new or Itchg 27WANTEDi SALE 1969 Ford pick up 1977 THUNDERBIRD. loaded. structlon. Phone 473-2108 room efficiency and olio' loads only. ALLEN E. Tin and lumber In good

after 7 p.m. 12/28 tfn chg. ,.bull,. No |lob too large or Carpentry and truck 360 engine, standard S3.695.Terwlll.gar Motor, or 473-2578. TFchg sleeping rooms. Weekly or TAYLOR. Lowtsy. Phone condition. Buy a* much a*
WANTED Mature woman too small. Call 473-2841. masonry work brick. shift $500. 473-3471. Storks BIRCH'S IPM PEST CONTROL monthly. Come to Under 7823172. TFchg you want. Phono 9646528.
206 W. MadIson ,
needed for child care In my tfnchg 1025A laying fireplaces. Small 2tchg 1/31-3/7 SERVICES OP PLAi 320 N. wood Motel 3'mils.. ROUND! BALES OF HAY SIS 2/7 4tchg 2/28.

home Monday-Friday NEW AMWAY I DEALER> Is job, larg. |ob*. Fr. HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR. Fla.. 9647200. Temple A".. Phone North of Starke on US 301. each. Phone Arthur NURSERY STOCK FOR SAlEl.
loaded
:j'6:30 p.m. Age B, 11 I and In your area lust waiting to estimates. Daytime phone 1Vi 8A. fireplace solar 1974 OlDS CUTLASS 2 door. 964.5534. Household 1'...* TFchg. Casklns, 782-314O or Citrus on trlfolata root for

13. Wage negotiable. serve you. Please give her 73-<<73. nights after 5 water heater near tchool Supreme and termites. 11/8 TFchg MODERN FURNISHEDAPARTMENTl 7823497. TFchg cold resistant. Peach,

references. 473-7095 evenIng a call at 904-475-1731. p.m.. 3723906. 4tpd and lake Geneva $273. $' .295. Terwlllegar.Motors. SEWING MACHINES carpeted COASTAL BERMUDA HAY pear-, persimmon.

.. tfnchg 1/10. .. tfnchg 1/17. .. -... _2/7,-al28. "-3321. Itpd 3/7 SOi W. Madison, REPAIRED All .,mokes'''",., one bedroom,, heat and Phone 473-2427, Keystone' '".taclnefguavo; grape*.n.c'l! t
J SM M* <'/ .Stark.. Fla.. 964-7XKV. ...... ,
I oiled parking
cleaned yd.justed. AC.-prtvate: paved '
CROCIRV SHOPPINOACHORE CASPISPT1" "OIK FOR lAlit-- 'Hot RoaVMin-: HELP. WANTED "The Clay: : : His, No collect call. 1/24- bluoberTle. nna appl
BUICK REGAL, 3 door, Work' and ,
974 $10. doors lights
for you. ? Let me Remodeling) _....kitchen coin fully equipped; County Board of County ( security .IpeI 2/14. B'-10', dorsal apple 4'-3',
Phon.
loaded clean extra harp. guaranteed. James no children or pets.
list and cabinets and trim custom point and wheels. CHICKEN LITTER from EroilerHouses.
come pick up your Commltsloners I II taking I 1/31 axaleas camellia hedge
$14SO.Terwlllegor Motor. Strickland corner MorganRd. 964-6265 after 5 p.m.
I deliver door. Call Reoionobla Sacrifice at $3,900. for the following James Oasklns, ,
to
your carpenter. applications 206 W. Madison Storke, and Hwy 16. TFchg 2tchg 27.FURNISHED. plants, juniper palms
for appointment.475-1731. price Call Ed Demptey at 4732671. Itchg 2/7. staff position: Operations I Flo. 964-7300. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK EFFICIENCY 964-8356. 1/24 TFchg. shade tree, many more.

I tfnchg 1/17 473-3477. tfnchg It/I PATIO SALEs Friday and Manager..Bachelor's 1974 PLYMOUTH DUSTIR.ColI.g. SERVICE! Bradford residential APARTMENT exceptionally CONSOLE STEREO AM/FM Roses on Fla. root stock.

CASH FOR SUVER-hlgriett $100 REWARD For black and Saturday Feb. 8 and 9, 9 Degree In Business Administration transportation. pump-outs. $45. Commercial clean well maintained radio turntable, solid O.C Comes Nursery 23

\ .pclce paid for odd place. whit. female German am.5 p.m. Two miles Accounting I SI 95. Terwlllegar Motor. and Industrial.' Fully newly refurbished. SI 40 wood Mediterranean con. miles SE of Starke olFlorohome

c .and lets of sterling silver Shepherd. 7 ma. old with south on SR-100 at, or related field required. 206 W. Madison Storke. llcenied. Phone per month. Phono solo cabinet. mall rocord Hwy 100.

i wo'..Tea set*. trays, platter red collar and rod name Lakevlew Villas. Chairs May be substituted with Fla.. 964-7200. 964-8121. TFchOHOIIISHOEING. 9648151. 1/31 tIn toroge..Magnavox. Need Phone 659-2165. 2/7 6tchg

., etc. (135 per pound tog. Lost In Melrose area other household Items, two years experience In I ills FORD RANGER Truck : Trimmingor TWO AND THREE BEDROOM some work perfect for do- 3/13.
,'minimum. Second Wind 15 12/10. Answers to nom..on.h. tools, misc. Items, some administration supervision 351-Auto-Alr-Ouol corrective. work. 12 mobile homes. Inquire at lt-yourtlfer S5O. or best

-N. Main St.. Gainesville. ... Call anytime collectable Itpd 2/7 or management with F.SO, Stereo. years experience. Larry office. White's Mobil. off.,. Phone 7823330. ;r.tc
AM/FM .
tanks. . .
.375-8733 and 373-7423. 475-1190. 12/13 tfnch; FOB SALEi 1976 4-wheel emphasis on bookkeeping .. mile.. loaded. LaFollette. Stark, Home Park SR 16 and 221. TFpd. .,
.000
'Will visit, your home. W. HELP. WANTED$370/Thousand drive. Chevy K-5 Blaier, fully contracting and budgeting. I Motor 964-4273. 12/13 TFchg 2/7 4tchg 2/28. BEAUTIFUL CONSOLE Looking For A C
! :also buy antique. and furniture envelope/ you mall. loaded big tires, deluxe Experience In social service $65OO. Terwlllegar CASH PAID for 1964 or TWO BEDROOM HOUSE fur. CABINET 6 ft. long solid

e tfnchgj 1/10 Postage Paid. Fr_. Sendto Interior $500 and pay-off. area highly desirable. 206 Fla..W.964-72OO.Madison, Starke. silver earlier dollar silver coins Phone and nlihed. deposit.SI30 month Available21S. $70 wood perfect AM/FM. .t Mobil Hom? .

iiI FOR RENT, 3BR, ISA, CHf A. PAD-B, Rt. 2 Box 200. Call 473-2770. Itpd 2/7. Must bo a resident of Cloy I 979 CHEROKEE 904/354-3077. 1/17 TFchg.REMODELING. security. Phone 96.48243.ichg Zenith Good speakers. .

f one-car carport kitchen Keystone Heights Fl. HELP WANTED! Earn extra County, and po..... a valid I WAGONIER, 13.000 mile, FRAMING 2/7. Turntable does not work. *.. Sosolsl Nsw 1 2 x80 .

" equipped on SR21. $250. 32656 1/3 tfn chg money at home. Circular driver's license-I you feel I loaded. $8495. Terwlllegor ADDITIONS Houses. TWO BEDROOM Mobil. has rocord storage reel- ,:::07.8115. Delivered Andk

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necessary.. Send Clay County-, Community, Stark. Fla.. 964-720O. building contractor, State Itchg 2/7. need repair. S25 or make tc Inventory To Chaos

stamped self-addressed Services Office, 915 1975 FORD SUPER CAB. of Florida, Paul's Framing. TWO BEDROOM trailer, AC, offer Beautiful cabinet to From. CCsst

-, Furniture Mini Storage envelope for Informationto Walnut St., Gresn Coy.Springs Air/Auto 'loaded. $2399. SIar..... ;964-eolS. 1/31 cl.an. Prefer family. make Into bo( or trophy 'i. Pelfik -K
G.A. Reid P.O. Box 126, FL. Itchg 2/7 4tpd 221.LIMEROCKl. Phone anytime after 9p.m. ca... Phone 7823660. .,..
Terwlllegar Motors, 206 W. Mobil Home Ssles. Jr
Dry & Rat proof. Koyttone Heights, FL WANTED! lapidary equip Madison Star.... Fla., 20 yd. eml 7823332. Itchg 2/7. TFpd. ., 325.lSOI .nd 32S'3807WE
I.. 964-5826 3256. 1/17 2/7. 4tpd. ment. Call 473-4485. tad 'loads only. ALLEN E. KINCSLEV LAKE APT.Yearly'! HAYS Argentina Bahla. no
All Size Ba/s. 2/: r 9647200. .. .. .... .. ;-
TAYLOR lawtey. Phone 'rental bedroom bath weeds no rain. $ .00 per
1973 OMC PICKUP Huntersspecial.
MOBILE HOME WANTED! A.'oilloo.o, 783-3173.: TFchg. Living-dining area all- bale. Roland Slorn,
full charge book.po $1395. T.rwilisgarMotors. HOMES BUILT remodeled or electric kitchen un room, 964-8343. 1/17 4tpd 2/7.

AUTO FURNITURE BOAT INSURANCE. Pick up and d.lI"ery In 206 W. Madison repaired, fireplaces, kitcheni furnlihed. Dock prlvlllge AftRIDITE Farm Bureau PAY CASH
Starke. Fla.. 964-7200. plumbing and electrical Phone 5332952. Itpd 2/7. Safemark Tire batteries
'1 HOMEOWNERS K.y'lon. a..... .73.2. ,
1973 P-IOC. FORD PICKUP' SCRAP BATTERIES
furnlthedapartment
Wade ROOM
work. Phone THEE
attsr 6 I 2/7 accotsorles lubricants.
;; VAHJTS UPHOLSTERY SHOP POLICIES p.m. tpd Perfect Truck. $995. Tor- '
.01 IAU, Ch.st-typ. Behr, Building Contractor, newly 407 N, Temple Ave., corner 3OOEi.
4 Mile South Of Stark* Off 301 AT 'r....'. one-year-old. wlllegar Motors 206 W. Ldwtey. 7823973. TFchg. decoraiedr Wall to wall Pratt and 301. Phone
REASONABLE RATES Starke Flu ALUMINUM CANS
MadIson, ROOF COATING and carpet, off street parking.
_________ S19O. Push fawn mow.r. 964-6469. 1/24 4lchg 2/14.
25 Years Expou'tSflCINTRODUCTORY' 964-7200. washing mobile home Adult only. No pet*. UNCLAIMED CHRISTMAS 23' lb.
Olia's Mobile SI5.473.339O. llchll217 and trailers. Alto Phone 964-8498. TFchg.
OFFER 1977 PINTOs 2 door, AC. AT. carpentry
Ford LAYWAY Futura.
::3 FOR SAIl, Tractor AM/FM .5OO work and houee pain t-BDRM MOBILE Singer ALL OTHER METALS
PS. PB .
Home Sates I of finest.
On.
20% Discount On Fabrics 2000. prlc.S3,450. Ma..ey'REE miles, like new. $2.695. ting. Phone 964-7965. 2/7 HOMEiConv. shopping Singers sewing SILVER COINS
machine Makes buttonhole
QUOTES F.rllulOn MF.50. $3.800. 3/28. canter no children or pts.Also .
Phone 964-6231. Itpd 2/7. 4tpd
... Thru March Phone 964'5606 Both very good .hop. 197* CAMAROsType LT. AT. EXPERIENCEDCARPENTERMASONl a 3-bdrm. house. *, sew on buttons, BRADFORDBATTERIES
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Appointment At Your Convenience Also mower and bon AC. AM/FM stereo. 8 Phone 964.8810. Itchg 3/7. monograms stretch ttlt- INC.
... 8648428rr E/.Tne"/ Olin Agent blod.. .73..367 0'73.405a. track. excellent condition. wants small construction TWO BEDROOM mobile ches and fancy designs. No .

Phone 2tchg 2f7.211. 3700. Phone 964-7927 job. Fireplaces remodeling home: central heat and attachments needed. Still 838 N. Temple

of tor 3 p.m. Itpd 2/7. additions. Phone air. Phone 782-3653 ."... In warranty, Sold new for

I TRACTOR WORK 73-3906 after 6. p.m. 2/7 or 964-6214 days. 2/7 So59. Pay cash balance of
4tpd 2/28. TFchg SI71.II or S13.80 per WellDrilling

.. Rob rts I Discing Plowing Planting FREE THREE BEDROOM HOUSE month. Will take older
llEALlSTATECAREEII HAIRCUTS Partially furnished SI33 machine. as'part payment.

'fr21 Real 1 Estat Mowing Hour or Job SEMINAR Nu M4-843I Waves month.Itchg 131.Car..r Phone. 964. .161, Visa a Maiterchorge ac Z Thru 6" -

-* Public Is Invited. licensed. cepted. To toe, call Credit Feat Rotary
T flU : Phone 964-5771 or unlicensed, to etlsmsl. 1/17 4tchg 2/7. Position Avail. Manager collect

'986 N. temple this. ,SemlMr covering" the WE OFFER I-904-370-4467. Free homo Drilling Equipment

964-7828, Important facets ef reelestete r ..._. -I....5 .... trial I home delivery. STATE.
,... .... .. .. soles training licensing PARADISEVIEWnear, ....wdIais.9-.iw While Sowing Service..

.40 acre* In Bredf.erd county, owner h.._...: I ; HELP! HELP end Income opportunities 5 Mirixv.1HH .... TFnchg 121.FIREW000s. Pumpi

*1 s) ....... IVt .bout .Homo on 3,... Met and. *...If..., Mo'li.te( find. out why HEIGHTS ""-.S*,tr-HH.-s.H .- $35 for

SR-16 West. :I Riders to mere people are .Hewbecomlne KEYSTONE ._-My truckload of oak. S60 for New & U.edSaI.sPerts.Servlce

...*....,*....>... I. LR Ot priced right. owner ........ HOnlllte Jacksonville.Ie ERA Reel Mate- InBRADFORD you went to reelly work- truckload of lighter.' Phone ,

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1 IR, II. PR. ..ul...... kitchen.. I acre .I.e.itsunpeom. 5- VA Financing 'HA" '3 Round Trip OATS February 11. 19BO .

.Double...... MM.SIB.IB en ...-.. I acre.Oystel ., BH Down IS Year Daily Phone TINS 7iOO P.M. E-ZTertm
Office foi Rent
lake. 2 BR. 1 B, IR DI. only I 1 ,..,. .1... -te TAlaa'aood PLACE Holiday Inn opened and going r
Financing' AvallaWe. Elaine At I......, '10. 32091 V, lot* from
iewt.y IB*, ... LI. Fl. CsV equipped kitchen, "Imotthewl Uaed T fast. acre I 2 Rooms & Both; 300 Sq. Ft. P.umb.ng
Clean.
( : For Info c.11 4n32"EIL& 2750. Owner financing .,..,,
On six acre l 473.2438
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home.. Krtchen has bulrr-lna and carport. Huge center .let r East Pslstks T I After 6 PM. I "'11I. 475-1310. 964-53 27
t/a i P,5n21 2fU.7CISH Remodeling Repair
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BHS UCHS To Play Former Stars BHS Lifters -

. Tornadoes Look for Shooting Host Baldwin I --
: The Tornadoes of Bradford High and the Tigers of Union County High, both :
--- district and region champs last season, kick off their baseball seasons with The Tornado welghlifting team.
Bradford's Tornadoes (1-16) had a its first four outside attempts before a with Bass ending with six games against players from the past Saturday. Feb. 16. host Baldwin for a 2:45: p.m. meet! at
full week between last Friday's 75-41 Frazier Bass bucket and the.trend Dwayne McBride clicking for seven.. The BHS Old Timer's game Is set for 2 p.m. at the BUS high school field the Bradford welghtroom next
loss to second-ranked 2A P.K. Yonge was set. II was never close. Randall Leath had 17 points and 11 Tickets will be $1.50 for adults, Wednesday- Feb. 13. I.-. -
and tommorrow night's (Fri., Feb. 8)) "P.K.'s got a fine team, but we just boards for the Blue'Waves with UF The Will Be-Has Been's game In Lake. Butler,will start thela'me time at UCHS.. ,
road trip to Gainesville High. Asked couldn't make anything/ ," Sexton football signee Zach Hellstrom adding Tickets are$1 for adults. : ;
for a practice agenda for the span claimed. BHS was five of 25 for the 13 points, nine boards, and like '
Tornado boss Mike Sexton answered first half, 12 for 45 in the second, 17 of Leath a slam dunk. Griffls canned 15
after a brief thought: "We're Just going 70 for the night. The Tornadoes were from long! range. Tornadoes Grab Two WinsBradford's
to practice... shooting." A smile also outrebounded 38-31,"I didn't feel Lady
accompanied his answer. like we took more than one or two bad After playing GUS ((13-4: at last ....
Sexton well remembered the 24 per shots... nobody could seem to get a hot check) Friday the Tornadoes return Janette added nine points in *, Wlllto '.M,5..,..Miry L ;-.
Tornadoes Easely
cent shooting mark the Tornadoes hand. We're not blessed with shooters home for a Saturday night date with Lady jumped 5AK55. .NM.fM'. 55. Med 6. .........01U.oOolc -
back with the victory. .
above the level vic
threw against PKY. That that streak where Live Oak (9-8)! ) .500 e.
up poor anyway. During( we and go against Clay
The Tornadoes hit
tories over Baker County ((53-29)) and Lady a season-
marksmanship never allowed the were playing so competitive with High in Green Cove Tuesday, Feb. 12. Live Oak ((41-35) last week, pushing. best 65 percent from the foul line con 0 S 17 0 10 .; is
Tornadoes to contend with the good teams it was because we were P.IC.Vono IS 14 IS 21 75wtfortf their mark to 8-6. verting on 11 of 18 from the charity .,oolford C., a II f 11 .: 41
visitors, who extended their win string and ware getting the good 7 t .
patient I 20 41we Tonight Thursday Feb. 7 the BHS stripe. IIVI OAK. ThmvMm .. Ml.rv 55. 1. Wllltam" 4,
to 18 and mark to 18-1 with the shot. Sometimes even roMM-. .'
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percentage M.itM.i a Ornn is. j. twM Ck-dl. r Clwmkm 4.tMMB 4| lOTAito 1a>*a*
when you get that good shot it won'tgo H-.l.p...,... ...-t.-...,., 11...._ girls test Santa Fe Alachua and radfard "10, 0 .I la IS (3 ..00011O-. Mix 4, V.- ClunJI.r II, ....:*.
win.A Bill Griffis 18-footer I._una.U.....*. m TOTALS n ..... Ts.UADPOt0. they're home Monday night Feb. 11, lakwCo. 1 II o.at: w..dr..1.ItanhniM Mill' S,I. Wllltow......%
and two inside down for you. .."L..I. '_oh.. .iMM 1t_5.MIII.I 17. against Hawthorne. Both teams own ....DPOII.... w..... U....... M.H.IIU' ,.Ch....... '. a. ..... 1.1. ftrtf ft TOTALS' ........., "-_
scores by 8-7 junior sensation Kevin Miller worked inside against 4. ........7. TOTALS' ."... (.. close
wins
Randall Leath got Yonge off to a 50 PKY's 6-7, 8-5. 6-5 front for team h5., PlY ". ** Mi S.I.d .uH 1... No..11.. over Bradford. "'. ..
BHS missed and nine rebounds -. ........ Teresa Woody and Janett Easely
percent shooting night. high's of 13 points
both shot a sizzling 78 percent ((7 for 9 BHS Boys Win Tennis Opener I
from the field each) in bagging 14

U Tornadoes Roast PKYBradford's points apiece as BHS eased by Baker Craig Sapp and Mike Akridge pull- girls winner, taking her singles match:
Baby County Tuesday That pair combinedfor ed out a doubles win in the darkness to and teaming with Michelle Sapp fpra
14 rebounds too, with Easely haul- doubles win. :
IV send the Tornado boys to a 4-3 victoryover ..._..... -
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Tornadoes roasted 9 In Starke, before hitting the road vert their feeds from guards Scott Ing down nine. P.K.. while the Tornadoes .
Baby Yonge Lady tlnel"!Joh....(1)).. .MtCwly.., ",..(h)see.
Gainesville P.K. Yonge 63-25 on bone- again to face Clay High Tuesday Hudson and Todd Jackson and In Thursday night's homecourt win fell to their PKY counterparts .....a 4]Ktufnwt((7))...,...ri.! ....!}HMfd((9\\,fwvr
cold Friday night last week upping night. prestol! the rout was on. the Lady Tornadoes didn't allow Live 5-2 as Bradford's tennis season opened n....4-ti, lmf((4))....>U VM....MI.Dorbl.u ..:
their season log to 3-12 (3-6 since The Baby Tornadoes shot past weak Oak a point In the third quarter to last Tuesday afternoon In SUirke.\ Sapp........JahNMit.((5)) ...Pratt r Kaulmsff((5)) .H r..McCouliy.. I.aPNValr'll S.1t
January 8)) with the win. PKY with a mid-game flurry last P.M. Yen,* 0 I 4 7-2* make up a 25-21 halftime deficit. Sapp and Akridge gutted Out a 7-3 *" *
The BHS JV boys had a week off week, after leading just 11-8 after a Indfard II 16 21 IS M Reserve Queenie Berry hauled down victory In number two doubles to put lliV,..t Mllln(U/....ioclwl O.,MUM.."(roll) b...
after that win and before Friday period. Ben Tankard, Emmett SIADFORD- Tankcn: 1... WlnkUr' II, nine rebounds Mae Hollis had six the Tornadoes at 10. Chub John 4-11, ............ (P).._,., ..,, 44| .!...... ((5)).,...
Sapr.and a-Si O P OMmftri 4
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with Gainesville Watkins and Eddie Winkler, who Hudson f, Jackson. J, Watklna 14. A. steals and nine
night's road game points Valery Johnson had the only D...".,, OuLi-MIII.r (P) ov.. Jo High. They play Live Oak, a team combined for 39 points,started to con- Wllllanu 1.00.1.2) TOTALS U-I-M. Chandler pumped in 15 points, and Carmen Eav.... was the onlv BHS ....,...". (III) ..., M.Ilrk.-Du.l.p a a. ..

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Obituaries '
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:SIr.. Ethel: Crowell Thomas Survivors are 1 daughter Mrs. Bet- faith and was an American Red Cross Funeral services were held Monday sons, Charles J. Gaboardi of Ocala, Born In Pelham. Ga. Mrs, Tom-
Mrs. Ethel Crowell Thomas, 70, tie Lou Johnson of Macclenny; 1 Volunteer for over 20 years. Feb. 4. in Archer Funeral Home Mark Gaboardi of Melrose and David pkins lived most of her life in .the
died Wednesday, Jan.30, at the Bradford sister Mrs. Amelia Crawford of Survived by her husband Leland L. Chapel with Rev. Melvin Owen of Gaboardi of Silver Springs; 3 Raiford community. v>-
County Hospital following a brief Gainesville; 1 grandchild and 1 great Lierboe; her mother, Mrs. Theresa D. ficiating. Burial followed In Dyal brothers Paul Gavell of Trumbull, ;
illness. Horn in Boston and a long grandchild. Phillips of Keystone Heights; I sister Cemetery under the direction of Archer Conn., Ed Gavell of Greeley, Colo., Survivors Include: three daughters.
time resident of Starke Mrs. Thomaswas Funeral services were conducted at Mrs. Margaret M. Maxfield of Funeral Home of Lake Butler. and Dave Gavell of Estes Park, Colo.: Mrs. Evelyn Woofenden of Orlando.
a member of the Catholic faith. 3 p.m. Saturday Feb. 2, at the Pine Keystone Heights; 1 brother HowardG. and grandchildren.The Mrs. Madeline Walker of Niceville/
Survived by her husband. Kerby Valley Congregational Holiness Larson of Clinton, Iowa. Margaret G. Gaboardi Christian Wake Service was Fla., and Mrs. Nell Hall of Merritt
Thomas! 1 brother, Walter Crowell, Church with Rev. David Hodge and Funeral services were held at 11 Mrs. Margaret G, Gaboardi, age SO, recited in the DeWitt C. Jones Island; four sons Rev, Malcolm E.
both tit Jitarke; sister Mrs. Edith Rev, Gene Lyons officiating. Burial a.m. Wednesday Feb. 6, in the Jones of Melrose died Monday afternoon in Funeral Home Chapel in Keystone Tompkins of Jasper, Elwood W. Tompkins -
the Shands in
Jumiolti I. Jacksonville; 1 son, Ray was in Santa Fe Cemetery with Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Teaching Hospital Heights Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. The of Ledsburg, Rev. W. Fleming
mond Nash; and 3 grandchildren. Archer-Tanner Funeral Home in James R. Morgan officiating. Inter Gainesville following a sudden il- Funeral Mass will be in the St. Tompkins of Statesboro, Ga. and
lness. The widow of James Charles
Funeral services were conducted at charge of arrangements. ment was in the Keystone Heights Williams Catholic Church today Giles F. Tompkins of Jacksonville;
2 p.in. Saturday Feb. 2 at the Chapelof Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Gaboardi, Mrs. Gaboardi moved here Thursday, Feb. 7, at 10 a.m. Burial one sister, Mrs. Nora Darby of
Arrhvr-Tanner Funeral Home with Harvey Howard Long Funeral Home of Keystone Heights In 35: years ago from her birthplace in will be in the family plot in Eliam Jacksonville; 22 grandchildren and; 46
Conn. She member of -
Danbury was a
Elder O.M Yarhrough officiating. charge of the Cemetery at Melrose. Father Michael great grandchildren. :
Mr. Harvey Howard Long, 89, died arrangements. the St. Williams Catholic Church anda
Funeral services held Saturday
Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemetery, Williams will officiate the services. were
Saturday morning, Feb. 2, in Alachua
with ArchiT-TanniT Funeral Home in John Newton Strickland life member of the Altar Guild. Feb. 2, In Raiford First Baptist
charge of arrangements. General Hospital after an extended il- John Newton Strickland 101 died Survived by 5 daughters Peggy !Mrs. Nancy Clifford Tompkins Church with Rev. Lonnie Dobbs and

lness. Monday Feb. 4, following an extended Prevost, Christine Gaboardi and Mrs. Nancy Clifford (Nana) Tom- Rev. Hugh Walters officiating. Burial
Born in Alachua County, Mr. Long illness. Born and raised In Brad- Marie Gaboardi of Melrose Teresa followed In Mt. Carmel in
Itohrrl llarr> l.uppf lived in the Alachua and Lake Butler pkins, 83, died Wednesday, Jan. 30, in Cemetery
Robert Harry Lappe, 53, Keystone ford County, and the son of the late Gaboardi of Gainesville and Wuesthoff Memorial Hospital in Mer- Lake City under the direction of Af-
communities. He anda
Heights died Tuesday in Waldo Baptist. was a carpenter Jasper and Maggie Gillard Kathleen Gaboardi of Atlanta Ga.: 3 ritt Island after an extended illness. Cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler, _
Strickland, pioneer residents of Brad-
following a brief illness. Born in
Breeze, III., the son of the late Harry Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. ford County, Mr. Strickland was self- ._ -- rir9 --- -
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William /and Maude Smith La ppe of Illinois Gladys Cato Long of Lake Butler; six employed He was also a member of 'I I. "
Mr Lit ppe moved to Starke in step-daughters Mrs. Lillie Mae the First Christian Church of Starke.
1941 where he lived until moving to Shrouder Mrs. Ruby Lott and Mrs. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Ruby
Keystone Heights in 1969. He was Betty Jean Green all of Palatka, Mrs. Mae Strickland, Starke, 1 daughter,
employed by DuPont as a laboratory Betty Jo Anderson of Lake Butler Mrs. Jewel Casey, Hampton Lake 2 \ID'
RID f fID
technician, was a veteran of WW II Mrs. Mary Keen of Lake City and sons, Jack Strickland, Jacksonville )
and a member of the Community Mrs. Betty Sue Skinner of Warren and Arthur Strickland, Starke; 16
Church of Keystone Heights. Arkansas; three step-sons, Roy Glen grandchildren and 12 great
Survived Mrs. and James Trowell! all of Lake grandchildren.Funeral .
by: 1 daughter,
Mary Kathleen Crcan Augusta Ga.; Butler; three brothers, Ferman and services will be conductedat
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4 sons Robert Wayne Lappe, Sunset, Barney Long of Alachua Getzen Longof 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, at the
La.. David and Glen Few, both of Deland; five sisters, Mrs. Vida Chapel of Archer-Tanner Funeral\ .
Gainesville, Klu., and Hubert Few of Yono.! and Mrs. Missouri Ergle both of Home, with Rev. M.E. Drake, pastorof d b ,
Jacksonville; 2 sisters, Mrs. Alice Alachua, Utah Hill of Gainesville and the Church of God, officiating.
l.appeGreen.Waldo, and Mrs.Beverly Cora Dudley and Mrs. Etta Mae Burial will be in Santa Fe Cemeterywith W 'J/. -r, '. :
McGebee of Newberry; 28 grand Archer-Tanner Funeral Home in
I (C'ontos Jacksonville, and 4 grandchildren // -
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children and 13 great grandchildren. charge of arrangements. V IOU can day
Funeral services were conducted at Funeral services were held Mon
2 pm. Friday Feb 1, at The Com day, Feb. 4, in Archer Funeral Home Mrs Vada' Lee Norman YarbroughMrs. I ?
Chapel with Rev. Tommy Sumter of- i '
munity Church in Keystone Heights Vada Lee Norman Yarbrough 'to Y(J. Jo A :
\\ IIh Hev Buddy Friedlm. pastor, officiating ficiating. Burial followed in Forrest many way
Burial was In Grove Cemetery in Alachua with Archer 87, died Saturday morning Feb. 2, In i
Keystone
Clay Memorial Hospital after a brief
Heights Cemetery with Archer. Funeral Home of Lake Butler in
illness.A .
Tanner Funeral Home in charge of charge.
native of Bradford County, Mrs.
urningementsMrs. Mrs. Lois:M. Urrboe Yarbrough was a member of Pine

: Ollie l.llxrniJ Tyson Mrs. Lois M. Llerboe. age 55: died Level Baptist Church. $295 for 15 words
Mrs Ollie Luvenia Ellington Tyson, in the Indian River Memorial Survivors include: one son. Pat Only ,
68'! died Jan. 31 m Alachua General Hospital in Vero Beach Monday mor- Yarbrough of Orange Park; three
/Hospital following an extended illness ning following a long illness. Mrs. sisters, Mrs. Agatha Whitehead of
Born in St. Mary Ga., Mrs. Lierboe was born in Waseca Minn., Lake Butler Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough of or less can send a .
Tyson moved to Starke 50 years ago. May 26, 1924 and moved to Vero Raiford and Mrs. Altie Renfroe of 'v you
She was a member of the Pine Valley Beach 7 months ago from West St. Ocala; two grandchildren and three o
Congregational Holiness Church. Paul. Minn. She was of the Lutheran great grandchildren.
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