Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.ur 4 'r K Starke> Raises



{ D Utility Rates .

1 Cent' KWHAfter

the 'Clerk Merrill Edward The last increase In electricityrates
proclaimed the city was In dire financial was passed on the residential
traits* Starlce commissioner users In March 1976. when a KWH
Is Everything In Order? unanimously approved a one-cent per went up to 2 3/4 cents. .
Senior. Joey Herre readies his kilowatt hour Increase above 100 Big commercial users such as the
loci for the judging. Herre wen first pro KWH electric' rates In a special school system, the hospital, any large
meeting last Thursday. store such Winn-Dixie. last
la the zoology,division for his as saw an
Small users were Increase in their in
protected. rates February
comparing the handedness of
The increase will become effective 1977. The
and city passed on a 80 percent
dog cats.
Herres Dogs discovered.are decidedlyrlgbtBawed April 1, and will first be paid by city hike to commerlcal: users which
utility user on the bills they receive generated an extra 125,000 a month.
and the end of April. Rates were hiked from :2.5 cents per
'rna KWH to 4
came'after cents
The Increase bond
Gerbils, Equilibrium and Learning... trustees met Wednesday to discuss "Starke has got the lowest utilities.

ject "Does an Upset Equilibrium Effect the Learning won a second place for bid behavioral and social science for the financially strapped ci- rates. are just too cheap," said Ed-
Ability of a .Hamster: ?" to one of the judges Marie study ty. A utilities rate hike has been suggested wards. He said the new hike .Is
several times. by City Clerk "reasonable and fair" and still keepsthe
Merrill Edwards who said the city city on the low end of the utilites

'. ', j' cannot continue to sell power for less rate scale.
Young t, .w o.t.'w.>"1\ than it Is buying It for.'
;#\. : "This hike Is very, very cheap: for
'l.1'; Edwards summed up the problem the average user" Edwards said.
,. Sf Starke faces, saying "Inflation's got Utilities revenue has traditionally
,'J' us Just everybody. else.. been the main source of revenue for
'Scientists the city with other sources such as
'.....,-: ,,,.... ,.j"l'.... .''I'\' The one-cent hike will hit residential cigarette and gas tax, ad valorem
and commercial consumers alike taxes and fine and forfeitures being
;: and Is estimated to create an extra secondary. The utilities monies. Ed-
t-A "rll'Eii : Ifj $300,000 a year for the city. Edwards wards explained, Is the leverage the
Show Off ,, .'. /."< :"t said the hike does not Include the increase city uses to stay afloat
'.,... which will come when the ci
( oL1)11 ;; ty's 45 percent surcharge tacked onto Edwards noted if the one-cent hike
Just what is the difference betweena .". : d electric rates Is multiplied by a larger generates too much money. the 45
sweet potato with light and one electric rate. percent surcharge will be reduced.
without. light? 4lsr A t li\ P t T ..... Beth Patray 'We can reduce or Increase the
The answer to that question and M d ". I Winner BUS Science Fair For the month of January, 1.4 lurcharge problem. But the
, .. .. many other offbeat scientific enigmas .,, f 11o'11..h : '. !'J.: 1"' r1.", .. million kilowatt hours were used by utilities Increase has to go through the
. wen! presented Tuesday and Wednesday L. : }.c.ADT: : :" \ .. ,,' (::1' '" .' corammcMt s;WMnrTndiusers .:.residential! Public. ;ServtcevCpniraiislon\ In
- .- -M' ; ':at the Bradford Hign SctK oI"l _., "1l:' i C..tU\1\1'-"Jt' ,. consumed approximately 1.1 Tallahassee to be approved Edwards
Science: Fair' -. '," ... .....Cf'' -. .. million kilowatt hours. said.Although..

the Forty-one. annual students fair, with participated senior Beth In ,,,--. '.,'" I'IIIItt The one-cent hike. It was pointed, the city Is In financial

Patray winning Best in Fair for her out by Commissioner Ted Oglesby, trouble. Edwards said Starke Is not
project, "What Factors Have a 'pi" AlA will not hurt the small user or tile low- bankrupt.

Significant Influence Over a Student's .. ,, ,.',., income people. Any usage under 100
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rag py "We've got money coming In, of
Score on Florida'aState.WldeAssesao j KWH wlU not be affected by the one-
ment Test" In the mathematics and ,II';. it> ." i } 1r cent increase. Residential users pay a course. And we're paying the bills as
computers: division.' flat rate of$6.50 for the first 100 KWH the money comes In. Some of the bills
commercial users pay $9.SO. we're lettin slide for awhile."
"A Mechanical Analysis of a Tennis Edwards said the city receives, or
Topspin Forehand" a physics projectby Consumers will now pay 3V cents is supposed to receive approximately
senior ,Janice Jockel won First for KWH over 100 and 3 3/4 cents for $238,848 a month in utilities revenue.,
Place in the; physics division. anything over 1,000 KWH. What that "That Is what we send out in our billings 1

Jeff Taylor, a freshman, asked ,/ means to the average homeowner usIng ," Edwards explained.
"Does Aflatoxin Effect the Growth of Ir1Fs r<' t approximately 1,100 KWH is an
Chicks?'* and won First Place in the .. $11 a month increase. Commercial
zoology division. / users will pay 5'\% cents for 100 to 1,400
.t,, KWH and 5 cents for anything over mite mown In addition to the three award 1,500 KWH.
winners, 23 other students will be attending -

the Regional Science Fair in CAN Goldfish Adapt to Saltwater?,
Lake City Feb. 28 and 29.
Tracy McRee asked the question and Judge Joe William quizzed McRee. The JeflTaykwv+ Paper Drive Set

Miss Patray said she has been freshman placed third In the zoology division. McRee found that goldfish do not First Place Winner In Zoology To Raise MoneyFor
working on her project since the adapt very well to saltwater "They,only lived two days."
beginning of the school year. She at- Band Uniforms
tempted to correlate homelife factors
This Saturday Feb. U, Is pick-up>>
with students' scores: on the assessment -
test. A compilation'of 13 factors day in the paper drive being sponsored J
Local by the Bradford High" School
such as parents' educational 3 Lenders Commit $7 MillionTo band to raise money to replace)
background, income and birth order uniforms. ,
and a relationship to the student's
Those with paper to donate are asked -
scores showed that homelife
do not have a significant influence factors on Bond Issue For to bring the paper to one of the
the scoring Miss Patray said as a Housing:, Money following checkpoints: BUS LawtejrEl
., Hampton Ele; and the Wlnnuuue -
result of her study, school factors ;
pain king lot at Bradford,e-uu re. ..
must be correlated to atudent.1scoring U
on the literacy a test. That A critical step In the hatching of the Poor In New York. A l local group will everything it had learned from the Paper deliveries are needed before
study will come later she said proposed bond issue for provide housIng make the trip to N.Y. March 18. lender commitment Wednesday p.m. so the paper can be taken to the ROCK 'N ROLL '
loans for middle income families A late March bond issue sale .ls ex afternoon. The board gave Chairman mill in Jacksonville the same day. JAMBOREE
Taylor the son of County Agent was passed last week when local lending pected. Fund will be available for Roberts authority to fill in blanks on If it Is Impossible to deliver to one of f '
Bobby Taylor and Carolyn Taylor. institutions committed lending some Urn in April. It .Is also the agreement with the lenders when the checkpoints: ; phone 984-5349. and Starke a.m.-1p.m.Home
The freshman got the Idea from his themselves. to loan$7 million over the expected. they are determined by bond counsel after S p.m. 8644740 to have paper Nursing Your
father who noted there are certain 13-month: program.Largest Bond attorney Judson Freeman of and the investment bankers. picked up. Per Pledge American Heart Support Assn.
undetected or Invisible toxins in commitment came from the Jacksonville firm of Freeman Allen and Burke of the investment Next Saturday. Feb. 23. the BHS
chicken feed that effect chickens.: the Florida Bank at Starke which Richardson. Watson, Slade, McCarthy banking firm are now in the processof band will sponsor a rummage sale to
Taylor tested chicken feed with agreed to find borrowers for $:I.a'' Kelly P.A., said last week drawing up the terms of the bond raise money for uniforms.'
aflatoxin a mycotoxin suspected of million. Guaranty Federal Savings builders may do preliminary work on repayment schedule-making certain The band needs to raise. $11.000 to Klngsley' Lake U
being carcinogenic on chicks and Loan Association agreed to take on a a loan before the dollars become the payments on the bonds matches replace shrunken uniforms. The band Civic Center
found the toxin does indeed effect the $3 million commitment.The Keystone available. However a bank or a the retirement of the bonds. was drenched in the 197 homecoming Covered Dish Supper
growth ()f chicks. He said the chickshe State Bank in Keystone Heights com- builder may not commit a loan or. Mrs. Janet Turner.secretary to the parade and many uniforms shrunk 4p.m.HATIONAL .
tested were stunted In growth and mitted to lend 1790,000. screen customers prior to the loans HFA board, la busy this week preparing especially the length of sleeve and
Inactive. Taylor said he intends to being available. evidence about Bradford -
of County pants legs Despite redistributing .
"On behalf the FinanceAuthority ,
continue this line of study for nextyear' Housing "Do think this that the group will take to New York uniforms, the band I La still short some 1 ,
I would like to our'thanks you figure
science fair express to satisfy the bond firm
rating sizes of uniform ,
million) will work' asked HFA c
to the lenders who have stepped that Bradford .
Miss of Mr. and board stating County does !Indeed .
daughter forward participate In this program Ralph Bryan exist and is a good place to loan OCIBTY
Mrs. Richard Jockel.was unavailablefor "Yes." answered Donald Burke. ,
said HFA Chairman
out 17 million then U need here for
a .
., .CarWa. ,
comment on her project analyzing Although the exact 'amount of the
Roberts at a workshop last Wednesday .middle
the mechanical 1 aspects of a tennis swing afternoon "I know; the dollar bond issue has yet to be determined, plentiful.income Some housing length,and will land be areais Paterson Takes Over ,v, t..m.t*4 p.m.Community .

Her study was a continuation (of Motive was there, but a lot of this was the. program Is sound, Burke said. to make the bond firms\ understand gone Bank Pk.Lot
: rating Brooker .
Princlpalshlp .
last year's winning project on the done in the spirit i"of';community .. ,air
Will smaller amount affect the the condition that exist here in
Analysis of the the ,
Power"Clnematcgraphical Arm of an Accomplished development, Roberts added,I Interest -ate1" asked HFA. board rural. Bradford County. Mrs, Santanginl: ___ ..... "" .. h':' I
Server in the Floater Volleyball "It is one of the finest things that member,Marvin Rosier.:. An attorney from New York, Joe 'Buddy Paterson assistant principal
Serve." "," could happen to this community. It -."Very,very little" Burke replied. Daley;representing the Jacksonville at Bradford Middle School has MONDAY PEe. II
.. 'will ,;I be very advantageous for "Are we far enough along for this bond counsel and who also works with been tapped to take over principal's ELKS AND CLKBTTBS
everyone In the,entire community,' thing to work". Florida Bank President the bond rating agencvas at the job at Brooker Elementarythe for Covered Olin 7 p.m.
Index... Roberts stated -: E.'Tomllnson wanted know.' i meeting here Wednesday and Thurs. I the remainder of the school year, Mootlitg 9",.III..
." 0 Reserve funds and fees to attorneys That appeared to be the ", .000 '""" Principal Rosceoa Santanginl has .
'.''Two Sections. and the St. Petersburg..investment question:Nobody with the Investment day.Earning eligibility; cap Is presently asked for a year's leave of absence 1 1i -. .:;., ,
SECTION Ai-, banking, firm of Fisher Johnson,, banking film 'or the band counsel ,set at.1.....,,or 140 percent of the median i for .health reasons. .

Society:.. .. .. .. fages A-7A Allan Burke Inc.Whlch is promoting would : a definite 'yes' family Income in the COUDt1I11 : Paterson. took ever ;Monday 'at. Courtesy'Of .
Editorial .. .... ,,.Page '4A the bond Issue for HFA. will SIB.. Tomlinson a lengthy 197*. That earning cap will .be- adjusted Brooker.' f .. '" '
Legal sa Ras IIsSt..y ...I."OA' .., ,rots 1ht the total bond issue up to an, .. cb Included such phrase upward over the next few months '< SanUnginl's ... :3l"Jln. '' JACKSON HtlDIIiG
SECTION' H' It. "t" d.! t,<:*.,,.Imated *..8 million.'according to 1'a*:"it a.'w.anticipate,"and account for Inflation.: and Peterson's transfer up, .

Sports. :... <.-.8&10BNews L yHu Burk of) tlMf,Investment. banking "no reasb .not to proceed/' Maximum loan will be S4iOW. and 'for 'board approval at the Feb. 14BMS :HPPL1 of 9tarhiI I
''ft i"! maximum tJme. the
.,.1. limits repay ;
However? no DM ventured -
..;;.U. .' an.unqualned loan will Be:30 yean. Pl.r411ciDil Dewey McKinney to L 9A4e07rsKeyelone
Obituaries. : :)Hf: step is to presentth* bond"uJiw -yea.' ... "1'\ ,
? The HTA board oueatloned why theSee ".IgftIe'
Classified: J.," to.
to the New York; bond rating'. : "The HSKA board met again Thursday principal too And
Valentine o *.'HB. : ,agtncies-Moody's and- Standard 'morning to. officially ,do Bonds Page :2-.. replace hi/* assistant Hwy 4734973f 1-A.


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH February 14, ID80 '
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Alii", Ttr.e'Family. ,;:J, -

.,.; Stump's in Process of Changing' :Hands

1 i'1' ;10r Starke's oldest mercantile
establishment going back to 1911
Stump's Department Store is In the
6t" process of changing hands but will
t' ',." Y stay,In the Stump family.
Jim and Evelyn Womack are buy-
\ Ing the store from the three Stump
sisters: Evelyn Griffin, Lillian
Stumpand Marjorie Thomason. Mrs.
Womack Is the daughter of Mrs.

Thomson. Her husband, Jim, an electrical
engineer for the DuPont Company -
Is resigning to Join the Stump
"We'll be around for awhile..."says
Lillian Stump, who has worked in the
store all her life except for a stint as
r an Army nurse in World War II. Miss
Stump says the sisters will be around
to give advice and help Evelyn and
Jim over the rough spots.

"We're delighted..... that Evelynand k
Jim are interested enough to
carryon the family tradition of
Stump's." says Mrs. Thomson who
has three other children besides
v rAM
Evelyn. But none of the other three,

Fred Thomason, Marjorie Jacobs! or: The Founder...

The Trainers... ment. Store from their father, F.F. Stump.The sinters will the Henry store Thomson, Mrs. Thomson were Interested says. In F.F. Slump above In the old store on East Call Street bought a small ''

The three. Slump sinters l-r). Evelyn Griffin Lillian still be around to help Mrs. Thomason's daughter. Evelyn Stump's goes back to Feb. 6,1911,69 business sight unseen. In 1911 and came. to Slarke because It was the farthest
I Slump and Majorie Thomson. Inherited Slump's Depart and .her husband Jim Womack, who are buying the store. years ago this week, when the sisters'' south of three stores he could bay Stump was a long-time Slarke post master
father, F.F. Stump, opened the storeon and was a fixture 'behind the cash register at Stump's during his later years.

East Call Street In an old livery
stable, The National! Guard head
The sisters Inherited the store from Into Normandy, the 101st and 82nd
quarters was over the store. Stump'shad
their father when in Airborne Divisions
he died 1963. into Holland and '
the first plate glass windows in i
Starke the sisters Mrs. Thomson left Starke to attend the 9th Army into Germany. Miss !
Stump's used to say.be like a dime Florida State University In 1934. She Stump was at the Battle of the Bulge. i)
is a retired music teacher with 30 Miss Stump has headed the Brad-
store with pots and and toys.
Mrs. Griffin remembers pans'the girls us- years experience in public schools. ford County Cancer Crusade since
Mrs. Thomson lived in Starke for one 1963. The Cancer Crusade doesn't go.-
ed to earn a dollar for working in the
store at Christmas. They'd take the year while her husband was overseas, with the store, she says Jim Womack"' I
and returned only a year and a half has Informed her. ::d
dollar door and
next to Sternbergs
'J. \\ .. '. '\I. buy 10 toys for the dollar. They didn'tshop ago after her husband died. Mrs. Thomson Is currently presi'i 1
,\ .. ....... Jr.AJ." Mrs. Griffin married late and livedin dent of the Starke Woman's Club. Her II
at Mrs.
.. Stump's as a youngster,
r:, Griffin recalls. Ochlocknee Ca.: from 1952-72. newest project Is to clean up -and*
/ worked for When her husband died Mrs. Griffin beautify the town. _
"Daddy a large
., "j -'. :. : 1 '/I ; wholesale firm in New York." Mrs. returned to Starke, and since has Evelyn Womack has worked in the"
takenan active part in the business. store for the past 3'j Womack:
,411-: offered years.
:a.. Griffin explained. Mr. Stump was
.lot- JII- .". I. a chance to buy one of three She taught school here from 1937 1943, came here from Columbia, Tennessee'
-... kkilttii '11 small businesses owned by the and was a Wave in the Navy during where he worked for DuPont. The
,... \ wholesale firm-- one Is. north WW-II from 43-46. Womack's were married three years"ago
o \ __..) Alabama one in Pennsylvania and Miss Lillian Stump was an Army shortly after Evelyn began working -'- I
!-" ,''of. one here in Starke. Sight unseen, Mr. nurse and her niece, Evelyn is a In the store. The clothing business"-
"/iZ..r'i trained nurse. Miss Stump served in will be a new experience for Jim."-
Stump chose Starke because it was
WW-II. She followed the
farthest south. First Army though.

Qualifications for School Business Manager 1

Altered to Include All Certified Administrators ;*

IttlM ,, a .. .. Qualifications for a Bradford school Tom. Where does It fit into these limited to work directly related with-r
business manager have been alteredto regulations?" Gaskins asked. school business management.

The Novices... open the job to any school ad- Casey said it doesn't fit, but shouldbe "I, personally do not feel... lhat....-
ministrator with two years ex added as a separate sentence. the person that goes in that position "
We're delighted" says Mrs.Thomson to have the family Jim Womack. An electrical engineer in charge: of 1111Pont's perience.The Parrishmovedadoption. of the necessarily tnuftf have In":
I tradition of Stump's Department. Store carried. on. The. Highland Plant for the past five Jim Is experience
years, ., .. change ,job requirements change and Lawson seconded, at that the school''business1'management-"
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timer stress they are selling the store to Mr 'and Mrs resigning to work In the bin In"" .-. '
; "n was approved unanimously by< the -point.-- "- ** &*&?f *;:: function. I think if they have experience
school in a special meeting last Fri "I'm not going to try to block it but I in most any kind of business
day afternoon, Feb.8.QualiCications still disagree with two things," said management, they could do the job,"""
previously called fora board member Vernon Parmenter. Parmenter stated .

bachelor's degree business ad- A degree in business administrationcan Casey pointed to 'the potential to-, '
ministration with a minimum of two be in many fields. Parmenter move a teacher back into teaching if';
I years field experience in work directly pointed out, such as a. major in the move didn't work out, adding he'd':':
f related to school business manage- marketing management, Insurance not hesitate to make such a move''
ment. In Friday's action, the school real estate (Casey added), accounting should it prove necessary. *;
board approved Supt. Tom Casey's and business education. Anyone except Mrs. Jean Chitty.:-,
recommendation that the following "My feeling Is... of course, maybe I the person now handling the school-
sentence be added: The two years of am prejudiced since I am an accoun board's financial records and accounting

C T'I., field experience may be satisfied by tant... my feeling is that in thjs position would require months to acquirea
I certification in the area of school ad- the degree ought to be in business substantial knowledge of the countywide -: .
ministration.The administration finance," business management function
post was readvertised using the Parmenter said. Casey said. Casey added he has
new. altered qualifications, and He also disagreed that the experience considered Mrs. Chitty for the
l 1 1gs Casey will recommend someone to fill requirement should be business manager's post.
UT R the post at the board's regular
meeting this coming Monday. Feb 18,
at 7 p.m.Several.
_4 applications for the more on HFA Bonds, from 1-A

business manager's position have .,.....

been received the ,Telegraph was Community State Bank did not par ment loan currently available which

told.At ticipate in the program. Chairman allows a family income of up to
SAVINGS FROM $80.00TO its Jan. 21 meeting the school Roberts said he approached the Com $22,000 and 4 percent interest. "?
c board refused to act on Supt. Casey'srecommendation munity State Bank Board but simply The Community State Bank has ":c

$130.00 PER SET. business instructor of Mike Bradford Reddish High for could not Interest the board In the pro- money available to loan, which other *j
local nn
lending Institutions do not. The
the post under the previous qualifica- Executive Vice-president Steve Community State Bank has made ".:
e tions. The board held Reddish's ex- Gay said the Community State Bank's eight home loans this year and made '*.-
1 perience In the BHS Business Department main reason Is that the HFA programIs 25 last year Gay said.

did not comprise experience not broad enough, does not make "We are not turning: down our '
"directly related to the school" enough people eligible for a loan. In customers, and we will continue to w*
business management function. addition Gay said there is a govern service them," Gay said. *'
Reddish veteran of the
an 11-year '
f Bradford school system is certifiedIn ;K
both administration and supervision 1.1:1:
and has a master's degree in

business. :Mild Temperatures, Showers Predicted Jj
The altered job requirements would :
open the job to Reddish.
t $ ..rcLlp / "This would open it up at least, Bradford County's weather after 10 days of bone-chilling cold that "
where anyone certified In school administration moderated Sunday with lows in the brought an unbroken stretch of lows \,"
could count that as fiscal low. 40's Sunday through Wednesday in the upper 20's and 30's from Feb. poi

experience." Casey said in makingthe 19 ,..I
recommendation to the board. The four-day forecast from the ?,,
Does It cover all principals and Tolleson. Melvin Win Florida Forest Service is for possible ?ia
assistant principals, 'asked board showers Friday to Sunday and mile 4Z
r1Et r? member J.R. (Jim) Lawson. It In Brooker BallotingOne temperatures. ,if

'w.. :. ____..__.... covers everyone right now. answered Rainfall in the county for the period .,
;::';=.!::..::: incumbent councilman was II:
... ,"'* =-OaR=:==:'.:Msww..Cenrwsrwor.er. !it-lL.f3; Casey adding there was not reason in defeated and one re-elected when 75 Feb. 4-1 leveraged. .3 inches. ..u j
the alternation to exclude
---..-...- ---a a;:.:.:::...;;' qualified administrator."Mr. any Brooker voters went lo the polls Tues- 71'1aYti
.. r ::: ::: day to fill two places on the Town
--- -- Casey, I have no problemswith 5o.
-'---' Council.
'THE COMFORT YOU WANT... =- it. Infect I'd move in that direction r'loo
A.B. Adams, a veteran councilmanof
SAL PRICE... ," said J.T. Parrish in opening theboard's Obituary
than 10 ,
more years" service was
THE SUPPORT YOU statement on the alteration.
defeated Joe Tollvson.an
.. by employeof
"Well before you move In that the State Department of Transportation :Mr*. Audrey (ire*.74 ".)
'$ 9 direction..... one thing you might and newcomer In Brooker Mrs. Audrey Grew 74, a life-long ,3fl -
ON SALE TODAY! g g. think of, you know... I got no problemwith politics. The vote was: Tolleson -U. resident of Starke who worked at the 1a-2,;
this but, uh, I don't think... if you
..... Adams 32. Magnolia Hotel for SO years, died M
with less that
IMMMKf go experience you oughtto Gene Melvini 'incumbent councilman Wednesday afternoon Feb. 13, In- '.
Dream MakerOVTUM keep the same pay, said Chair- Lake : u
TWIN US was re-elected: by 52 votes lo City
"'AdOAEn. man Arthur Gaskins. The pay should Mrs. Grew died of heart
ULTRA COMPORTaiguiBiv 23 for his opponent. Brooker fire chief a .je i
remain the same until the person half while in the doctor's office
-.rr.- George Pierce. for a
Quo .. |iBhM .as ice, the two years experience, Gaskins ad, physical examination. 0

.: w.uwou.poo.'woMO u.'w...o.-....... .. AAl fta- I17e.M as IICo.lIoatlM.. ded.Casey Mrs. Grew was wife of the late John oat
........""' ........"'" Q1M1ssm-ssar.asapfatsasi 'suggested that no supplement Grew. )I"
-- -.-........,.... IC 1In out....saw$579Y3. be paid, and the board agreed., Survivors include 3 sisters Irene /3 ,

Casey pointed to "a recent applicant"In McDonald of Canada; Patricia Lamb :wt)
It's A Fact Yon Can Do Better At pointing up a salary situation. The of Daytona Beach and) Mrs. Dolly '
b teacher earns $13,340 or $9." per Kunlg of Starke, and two brothers joy
hour based on a 196-day work year Kenneth Lamb -
-i Moncton New t1
zj and a 7'/i-hour work day, totaling .
Brunswick Canada, and Joseph iM
% j y siv lAitfT RalIT 1,470 hours. 'The same applicant Lamb of Ottawa Ontario, Canada. v
would earn $18.295 as business DeWitt C'Jones Funeral Home of frs
.' ,manager, based on 9 08 per hour for Starke I Is in charge of arrangements. .r,
2,016 hours an administration would which were incompfete at time. ,
work based on an 8-hour days and 253 I
working days per year. An administrator 'IsIS
with a mas lei"'* degree The English robin red breast

434 W. Call would earn 19,086 with a master's Is about half it large is It; IT TRUE't -.

Phone 984.5827 degree minus supplement. Casey American cousin and In I lis the Telegraph really giving a
away .j.;}
pointed out. a difference of $801. breast it actually orange. free Cherry Cakes with want ads
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Hampton Council MeetingHot As Firefighters Hear ''Citizen's ComplaintA

near shouting match between ment. Wilton Hart, a member of they, want to-but: they're working at In other business, the council: Discussed extending water Jines to Plans for annexation, which have
citizen Nanci Starling and Hampton HVFD claimed they were. sent to. east it.V Hardenbrook pointed out. ''Hampton Villas; however engineer been on the minds of council
council members. ,erupted Tuesday CR-18. Councilman Chuck Rowland noted, Authorized Hardenbrook to go Jerome Kelly with & members for months, were quashed
night over the town's volunteer fire "We drove out CR-18 all the way to the HVFD Is undergoing a ahead with an application for the city: Parcels, said if the city extends the when Hardenbrook pointed out the
department' ability, or inability, US-301, turned around and went the reorganization effort and that there is buy bulk gas. Hardenbrook told the water lines, they probably wouldn't area to be annexed does not. have
protect residents. other way. There was no fire," said a need for more civic Involvement.: council it must apply to the Department have enough money to install all the enough people to allow annexation.
<=Mrs. Starling informed the council ,Hart. Refuting Mrs. Starling's claim that of Energy to receive an alloca proposed fire hydrants. The state requires \that the area to be
Sfiat something must be done about Hart claimed by the time they none of the fire trucks were in running tion. Harcfenbrook estimated the annexed have two people per acre.
She volunteer fire department which reached the fire,it was out. He admit condition Hart said the trucks run switch to bulk gas-buying a tank and Kelly 'suggested he come back with Hardenbrook said in the twomilearea
ane claims Is totally Inadequate. In a, ted the fire hose was leaking but not and there are no serious' problemswith Installing it-would cost around a more exact'figures before the city' Hampton was considering, there
letter to .the editor printed In last.week's so severely that a fire couldn't be any of them. $1,000. It was estimated the city would decides how to use the $10,000 leftover were only 100 homes and not enough
Telegraph Mrs Starling doused. "We have to keep working on them, need around 200 gallons of gas a from the $257,000 water system people. There was no further discus-
:detailed a situation /involving a woods but they're running," said Roy. Hart, month. monies .' sion op the annexation Issue.
lire near her parents home; a mile Hart explained the fire departmentwas the HVFD secretary.
outside of Hampton's city limits. strictly volunteer and all the men\
!:;The fire department .was called on the force had full-time jobs and are The secretary noted that the fire
twice, according to Mrs. Starling's unable to sit around waiting for fire department Is the doing the best It
letter, and did not respond. for 45 calls. He suggested that Mrs Starlingor can, "without any money."
minutes. her husband. Join the volunteer, When asked why the fire depart-
And when the fire truck arrived, force. r ment doesn't enlist the aid of the

there wasn't enough water pressureto After an angry verbal volley among county, Wilton Hart replied, "The J ,
put out the fire-which had been Councilwoman Lola Williamson and county tells us they don t have any
kept under control by a neighbor, City Clerk Iris Hart and Mrs. StarlIng money. I know for a fact they do. And
David Stone. Mrs. Starling said the the city's legal counsel, Don when they were helping us, they
hose was leaking so bad there was Hardenbrook, tried to cool tempersby wanted money from us." .14'rx
more water coming from the fire explaining to Mrs. Starling the Hart said to avoid the problem Mrs. w
truck than the hose. HVFD firefighters have the best of Starling had, people can call the town
*At the meeting, Mrs. Starling aaldshe motives and are doing the best they marshall!, Fred Phillips, at 468-2922
called the 911 emergency number could with what they have. and Phillips will relay the call to
for Alachua County and told them of "I'm quite familiar with the problems firefighters.
the fire on north CR-221 near the Inherent to a volunteer fire It was emphasized again by Hart ,
water tower. The dispatcher from depal'tment..nd it takes a lot of with other HVFD members echoing
Alachua relayed the message to dedication to keep one going. These his sentiments: "We're all volunteerwe -
Bradford County, who in turn called men just haven't been at it long don't have to be doing this, you
the Hampton Volunteer Fire Depart enough to give the city kind of service know."

Additonal School Construction Costs I -

I To Be Paid With Advance FundingNeeded

additions at six county "No, I think we're all clear that we enough money Is left, install a new r'T
schools can be built with advance fun- want the entire package or nothing," floor in the gym. Chairman Gaskins
ding from the state, rather than Casey quickly interjected. said parents told him at a BHS advisory
building them one at a time over a meeting that their children no
period of years with inflation and longer shower after physical education
rapidly rising construction costs Small Construction because the facilities are so bad. '
eating away at future dollars.. The parents were Interersted in Im-
That is what the Bradford School Projects Discussed, proving the locker rooms.
Board decided in a turn-around in
thinking at a Feb. 5 workshop on Approved by Board

future school building program. The Sixteen small construction and Athletic Director David Hurse has e
decision has put Supt. Tom Casey to repair projects with total costs asked for years that the gym locker The Eggheads......
work to use advance funding at no in- estimated at $175,000 were discussedand rooms not only Improved but expanded. -
terest to pay for an estimated $1 placed on the agenda for the Hurse says no major work has
million program in additions to the board's Feb. 18 meeting. been done on the dressing facilities'
six schools within the next year. for 26 years, and that because of the It's a bit early *In the season for Easter Eggs,but Call Street got a preview of things to come when Blaine
Casey's aim la to complete within The' school board Indicated it condition of the gym BHS stands no Dyal, and brothers Joe and W'Twon a bet by having their heads shaved Tuesday at 14 a clip.The boys ,,f
the next year the six additions so 'prefers to repair toilet and shower' chance of getting a district tourna- said it felt "good and cool", but one.of the mom's dldnt think It looked so cool.....-she cried." '" .
Bradford students can occupy the expanded facilities in the BUS gym, then if ment held here. 0
facilities sooner than If they
were built one at a time. :
"It's one plan we've got an option to I
catch up on our construction funds," Registration Pushes Voter Total, to
said school board member J.T. Par- ,
rish in making the suggestion! to the
board at the work session. Parrish A rush of last-minute registration is opposed by Gwendolyn P. where the qualified incumbent has op-
pointed out that construction costing before the 5 p.m. Saturday deadline LaTo ette. position.
$2 million now will probably cost $3 r. brought the number of Bradford Other committee contests on the-
million in a few years. Countlans who will be qualified to ballot will be: Proposed Gas Tax
The board must build according to a vote in the March 11 presidential Precinct 5: Jimmy V. Crosby; Jr. Other important Issues on the
priority list approved by a survey rr 1 + primary to a total of 6,648. (Incumbent) and William E. Middle March 11 ballot are: .
team of out-of-county educators and Democrats (6,186) olltnumberReputillcans ton; Lucile H. Green (Incumbent) .A proposed special one-cent..fet'
the State Department Education.. 41 (372) about 20 to 1., 'and Sharon L. Middleton. gallon gasoline tax to be used by, the,
Next projects on the priority:list are;,, Registration is continuing for: the .Precinct .6:' Arthur Wj ,Schulz' county solely for road purposes Including
,. September primaries and the (Incumbent) and Roman M. Alvarez;" maintenance and ,
11 I Anltft' f''''1"11' ... ". new con-
November general election, but only Annie Schulz (incumbent) and BettyJo
Hampton Elementary: A new struction. It is estimated that the tax
cafeteria to free three present -.--- ,.-I.. those who registered before February Alvarez. will raise approximately $150,000 annually
classrooms and free up the media 4. 9 will be allowed to vote in the March Precinct 9: Ann Godwin'incumbent ,
center now being used as a .t' 11 primary.> ( ), and Mary E. Peterson
classroom. Estimated cost: $220,000. Precinct 13: Guy Andrews An amendment to the state con
The Hampton project is scheduled for Voters in the presidential (incumbent), and Richard L. Crane. stitution providing for $23,000
1980 funds to be available to the t preference balloting will express Precinct 14: Carl L. Johns homestead exemption on certain'
board 1. The board has already .: :, their choice of the Democratic and Incumbent), and Don E. Hallgren.; school tax levies.
authorized architect Craig Salley.to \ Republican candidates.and Florida's Violet T Crosby (incumbent), and An amendment designed to relieve
: ; _J to the national conventions the State '
begin work on the HE addition. 1' delegates Brenda Hallgren.. Supreme Court of an
; .r 1 ) r of both parties will be apportioned ac- Voting for the Democratic Committee overload of appellate cases in order to
Brooker Elementary: new. ;r-J 'l r ) cording to this vote: members will be by precinct with devote more time to cases of more im
Democrats will have a choice of a separate ballot for each precinct portance., '
classrooms. It Takes Hard Work.. four candidates: Edmund G. Brown .
media Bradford High straight A Honor Roll students for the third six weeks are 11-11'1): Jr., Jimmy Carter Richard B. Kay '
Southside Elementary: a Dale Underhill, junior; Randy Parado, sophomore; and Debbie Parmenter. and Edward M. Kennedy. 1st: Edwards Church Hair
center and additional classrooms junior. Not shown Is Betsy Yawn, senior. Republicans may choose from a

media field of nine: John B. Anderson, BINGOEvery
Starke Elementary: a Howard H. Baker, Jr., George Bush, I
center and additional classrooms: Home the A'sFour
Diligence Brings ,
John B.Connally, Phil Crane Robert Saturday 7:00: P.M. ,

Bradford High School: 2 new exceptional Dole, Benjamin Fernandez, Ronald. Ave Starke. Fla
education classrooms.A diligent Bradford High School Teresa Griffis, Teresa Harley, Paul Reagan, and Harold E. Stassen. 411 N Temple
students brought home straight A's on Hicks, Gina Lane Barry McDuffie,
new cafeteria at Bradford Middle their report card this third six weeksof Gary McDuffie, Mary Martin Julia
School is not on the top prority list; all the school term. Pendarvis, Thomas Powell, Karen Committee ContestsFor
other priority items must be completed Senior Betsy Yawn,a regular on the Thorpe, Richard Trainor and Bar Block with me to the
the first time within goes
before state funds can be spenton straight-A list, did it again this term. bara Wike. memory'contests leveraiprecincts
cafeteria at BMS project dearto Recently awarded the Chamber of FreshmenSusan Alvarez, have developed in
a a
the heart of board member Pat Commerce Good Student Award, Bet- Sheila Anderson Teresa Bauldree. for places on the Bradford IRS? Free? I shoulda
sy is enrolled in advanced English Edward Crews, Thomas Crosby, Lori County Democratic Executive Committee
Spengler.The "
biology II, psychology, band, Flynn. Beth Francis Kimberly come here last
Curtis Locklin, Stuart In Precinct 3 the im .unbent com- year.
board agreed at the Feb 5 humanities, and is a teacher aide.Sheis Lawson;
Daniela Rigby, John Riggs.. mitteeman, Vernon E.Olin opposed
that I If the advance funding the daughter of Lila Rae Yawn of Pauley.i
workshop Robin Stern and Jeffrey by Larry LaFollette, and incumbent r
Is secured that a way will be figured Starke, and Circuit Court Judge Eugenie Rising,
Theron Yawn of Gainesville. Taylor. committeewoman, Muriel C.Gilhooly
out to build a cafeteria at the middle
school. Food has to be satellited to Making straight A's for her second
BMS from the Vo-Tech center. The time is junior Debbie Parmenter.The ,
gym has been used as an eating place daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Friday Night
in previous years; now two portable Parmenter Debbie is enrolled In
classrooms are used., chemistry, trigonometry, advanced '
American literature, advanced
The advance funding will not use all American history and Is a teacher's Ailyoucan' .
the construction funds accruing to aide.
local schools If the advance funding efaP't t
Is kept to around$1 million, the school First time on the A honor roll is
system will still have approximately junior Dale Underhill, son of Eugene'
$150,000 'In other uncommitted con- and Joann Underhill Jr. Dale is
struction funds, according to Casey. enrolled in physical education,
The $150,000 includes some $20,000 In American literature geometry,
capital outlay and debt service funds; chorus and American history. ,
$30,000 in safety to construction Joining the straight-A honorees for
funds, and some $120,000 left over the first time this year is sophomore
from the board's yearly state fundingof Randy Parado a regular on the list in .
construction dollars., the middle school. The son of Romeo
The system received $300,000 In and Laura Parado Randy Is enrolledin
construction funds for 1S80-81. Spanish 11. geometry typing
biology I. advanced English and ad-,
Operations Director Lennard vanced physical education. .
Register pointed out 'the BMS
cafeteria Is not a B-priority item, They didn quite make all A's. but .
though the state survey classified it 47 students. or 4.5% percent of the We're trained to know every deduction and credit' the I law

as is secondary concerned construction.first about ,classroom The state the 1.050-member A.B Honor student Roll. : body They, were are., by on allows. And if the IRS calls you in, we'll go with,you, free.

space. grade: Not as a legal representative but to explain how your

"With the inflation factor you're SeniorHPeggy Cooper, Sarah All The ., taxes were prepared.H&R .
looking at now you'll never get it," FaUk. Christie Faulkner Cathy'
said Chairman Arthur Gaskins of the Grider Martin Mersey.' Janice, Includes

funds.BMS cafeteria If the board waits on Jockel.sail. Tammy Kevin Powell.Miller Richard Barbara Smith Pear. HOW Fish $$2m9 Cole Slaw, BLOC:,

house. If wait until Pam Underhill. Joyce Wainwright. French Fries
"It's a You Can : -
you get the dollars you 11 never build Renee Williams-Beth Patray and You Eat .r:1, THE ,INCOME TAX PEOPLE ;,
i & Hush Puppies
who Is enrolled In
it." said Vo-Tech administrator William Chastain. ,
Millard Brown. Santa Fe Community College' on' an' Also t WE PREPARE. ALL STATE AND CANADIAN RETURNS
Advance construction funds are used early admission program \, : OOMait's a '' : '
right now. for.the shorf term $ 527 S. '.*. F o. +:; ,
up "VkViJfe0'
Austin.. ".
A ,
said. Junior-- Frances ., 1 ,,
"The way things are going right Kimberly demons.: Sherra .1\Iqtt. ','+ Th. Monitor Offfc ; ,
;K. .3onet1, H t.i"filtts!
Vickie O'Connell-Joyce Thorpe and.
now in the state we'll be lucky to get RESTAURANT '' '
fl million." Casey said., ,0"If Regina Rasnick. : 0 ': GARDEN \ ).;11 0, .Phono 473-2351

we don't get the middle school 9.. ...WI wekdeyei ,
:70. US.: I Open ,.m. seevrdep" "
: 30r N
cafeteria.," began. Chairman SophomoredDorina''Clemons' : 964-7358 .APpe1smwets. Av.a.ale, ., ,
Gaskins. Rebecca Coons, Tammy JDen.ton,


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i Hampton.Fire Department Defended; Channel Four Program Criticized s i

;" MAYOR DEFENDS After all the fire In question was Just lived a mile from town and was written by Mrs. Nancy Starling and AN OPEN LETTER community water systems. Many oft!
f. HAMPTON FIRE DEPT. mile from If these have never been brought up to;
only a Hampton. someone as concerned as you seem to be I printed by The Telegraph last week.I TOCHANNEL4TVDear -
from your family would come would Join and try to help. Don't con modern

f Dear Sir: Join the Fire Department and learn demn us unless you are willing to am so sorry that you feel that the Sirs:. Every city has its problems:

In reply to Mrs. Nancl Starling's about who to caD In an emergency, help. Hampton Volunteer Fire DepartmentIs With half a million people' In the (whether large or small),'If Starke's*
and with the then
letter help us department, "TOTALLY" inadequate. Bold of Jacksonville Channel 4 "big" (according toe
calling the Hampton Volunteer If unable to fight fires City problems are
you might have a right to condemn. you lire how
Fire Department "totally inade- about donation to must be hard-pressed to fill up Channel 4 terminology), them
a help fix the
quate" The department Just received a$50 truck's water leak We Mrs. Starling, the Fire' Dept. Is valuable news time if they had to Jacksonville can certainly keep Its*
check from Mr. Griffin at the protein volunteers. are VOLUNTEER and Is operated by come 40 miles to find a news story.., I'll personally
First, let me say that before the plant and a letter of praise for a Job Ted Curtis volunteers, most of whom have take Stare and Bradford County
woods fire was started someone on well done. You probably could have families and find it necessary to work Perhaps Starke's water and elec- over Jacksonville any day. You see :,:'
the Fire Department should have been helped more should you have during the day. tric department Is in need of repairs- I'm different from a lot of Bradford"
been told to be on the watch out Mrs. known what to do about reporting whose Isn't Channel 4's criteria for Countians I am here by choice, not
Starling, If you could just see the fires. HAMPTON VOLUNTEERFIRE The 911 number that you dialed got judging efficiency seems to be the by birth. I've grown up In the "big ci-
many hours that about 8 to 10 men put DEPARTMENTDear you Gainesville only because we are amount of money the city makes or ty" and, believe me, Starke (with its
in working to make the Fire Department All these men on the departmenthave Sir: on the Gainesville phone exchange. I loses. This must be the case since inefficiency) and Bradford County!'
better, for no pay at all, I don't Jobs to hold down, as the depart- don't feel that you should blame the they were constantly degrading (with all its drainage and road problems .
think you would condemn them. ment pays them nothing at all. III This letter Is In response to a letteretJiTORiA1S Fire Dept. for that. Starke's system as losing money. ) have more going for It than,
Jacksonville must be really efficientin ten Jacksonvilles: (In this humble reslv
There is no phone at the Hampton ( their eyes) since my family and dent's opinion).
station because with 1 less than one fire friends residing In the Bold New City Here To Stay
per month, why pay the bill? As you have monthly electric bills (for 2 people (Name Withheld)
stated, the equipment that we have Is ) in excess of $200 a month and
old and the money Is needed to buy water bills (during the winter) of S25 CHANNEL4THANKED
better equipment rather than pay for to $30 per month. Retirees are being
-4Starke Name a phone that would hardly ever be us- forced Into retirement homes because (Former Mayor-Commissioner Joe
ed. If we had a phone would you be of excessive: chal'leslor utilities.If Warren has submitted for publicationthe :
willing to"volunteer"your time to sit following copy of a letter dated
there and answer It? Jacksonville Is a "Utopia", why February 8, from him to Glenn
Not are We-long residents moving out in
-- Heaven'Perhaps Klelman of Channel, Jacksonville
The "Oldies" who did respond to droves? Why are Bradford and Clay Dear Glenn:
the fire at your folks did the very best Counties having such a building I would like to take this opportunityto
that they knew how. I personally boom Because Jacksonville exports personally thank you for accepting
But Not All Wrong EitherChannel think that they did a real fine job. (like me and my family) are trying to my invitation to do an investigativeseries
Mrs. Starling did you know that none .81 out of the clutches of "big city on the City of Starke. .
of the older men who responded to the liIe. I believe that you and Channel dida
fire at your folks could even drive the valuable public service for the City
Perhaps Starke is not being run
4 TV says that Starke is "a little definitive study has been made of com- truck much 1 less operate the pump? with 100'%) efficiency and it has an an- of Starke.I am sure that the series accomplished
and the best that
tried did of
But they a great amount help to .
town with big problems." parative costs. When the city generators are they could. tiquated charter.I Just imagine an Investigative bring Starke from the 19th Century to

Mayor-Commissioner Vernon Silcox it fueled by gas, as they are at present, the Electric Authority report would of Jacksonville turn the the 21st Century.. .
says figures are competitive, but when it is forcedto Perhaps your father would like to same consensus. the one for Starke.up Again, my thanks for a job well .
is Heaven. revert to diesel that is another story. join' these "oldies"as they start their'Fire They have breakdowns, brown-outs, done, and I hope that you can.come
We it is somewhere in between.No Fighting"classes In the upcom- etc., along with outdated again at some future date ,
say weeks In Starke that will equipment.
ing ,so they
The power plant may be a marginal asset at Furthermore, Jacksonville water Sincerely

doubt about the problems. Every this time, but for many years it has been the In be the more future able during to help the their day neighbors while the systems are anything but efficient. Joseph P.O.N.Warren Box 723

municipality, from the biggest city to the financial savior of the city, providing the ma- younger more experienced members Jacksonville: (when it consolidated) Starke,Fl.32091 .

smallest town has them. The real news, if any, jor source of revenue for city budgets that of the department are on their jobs. purchased many small independent

in regard to problems is what is being done would have to depend on tax increases if it -

about them.In weren't for the plant. Even though our pur- only Also live since one you mile and from your Hampton husband, Florida Realtor Assn. President
chases from other utilities are increased in the
perhaps would be interested in
Starke's you
case, perhaps not enough.
future think we should still keep the
taking an "ACTIVE" part in the
Having your dirty linen washed in public Is plant as an ace in the hole and not become en- department. As you noticed, we do To Present Local CharterParker

always embarrassing even though the linenis tirely dependent on an outside source for need young members.

soiled and that seemed to be .
only slightly power. C. Banzhaf, president of the
the negative reaction of Starkeites to the five- would of 60,000-member Florida Association of
Hindsight is 20-20. But what I am sorry that your"ONLY" con-
part expose' of a few of Starke's problems on Realtors will present the charter to
the present plant have done, faced with the tact with us had to be an unpleasantone.
television last week. Most seemed to feel thatit the new Bradford-Union County
the Why not come and join us, helpus
decision that had to be made during past Board of Realtors at a dinner meeting
was a one-sided treatment, short on theMayor's two generations? To look back.and attempt to make it better in the Slarke Golf & Country Club I

claim of a heavenly existence, and place the blame for past mistakes if I hope that neighbor David Thursday night (tonight), Feb 14.
long on the more disagreeable facts of life. your The 7:30 dinner will be
: preceded by a
What the
mistakes they were is useless. city Stone, does not feel the same as you.
To those who had such feelings, former needs now is someone smart enough to look The ground was wet all around him as hospitality hour starting 6:30: p.m.A .

mayor-commissioner Joe Warren, upon whose ahead and determine what should be done you stated. This was done to keep him native of New York, Banzhaf

invitation Channel 4 made the visits to Starke, about the energy situation in the future. Who from Had you being stopped hurt. It to was think a windy day. started his real estate career in

had this to say:'"I believe that the people of will assume the responsibility for such a. done to keep his clothes from Catching; all Florida levels in of 1960 the and real has estate been active at
Starke should know about the inefficiency and 'fateful decision? That is the city's most Of-. ..1 fire having served his board as secretary .J 'j

ineptness in their city government, and I think ficult problem. If feel that the Is and president and being named its 'jI
that Channel 4 brought it home. But for those much "TOTALLY you department associate of the year and realtor of
The unread water meters INADEQUATE" why
are a
the He Is president of Banzhaf
who want to be critical of Channel 4 and for those year.
simpler problem. All that seems to be needed not come and join us and help of and Burkholder, Inc. of Sarasota. I
myself for inviting them, I say let them sit here is the will and determination to follow us who volunteer many free hours of I I
back and for it. I can't help but believe our time to keep what equipment we I
pay Banzhafs service to the state f
through and see that those needed to be uncovered do have in working condition? Mrs.
that it was a valuable public service and that DO association: and to his community Parker C. Banzhof \ I
and replaced are uncovered and Starling. NOT condemn us if
more is needed because they only scratchedthe have not tried to help. earned him selection as Florida'sRealtor \
surface." replaced. of the Year in 1974. He has Nationally, Banzhaf a director of i'?
served as state association treasurer the National Association of Realtors ,
Perhaps it was the approach that Channel 4 Sometime in the past a motion was made Lola WilliamsonBox and a district vice president. and has served on various commit-
13 FL
and the council to and raise Hampton
passed by uncover tees at the national level. He was
took to its that ruffled the feathers of
program all obscured meters and paint them red so named Florida Liaison Realtor for
some local observers, rather than the problems ( the 10th Congressional District three
they could not be missed by the meter readers.In .
themselves. Actually, no new groundwas years and has been inducted into .
stock of meters is hand in the ci-
a on
plowed in the problems presented and all Omega Tau Rho, national honorary ..*
stock to be installed..but County Agani'sKotobook
ty's waiting
of them have been under discussion here for room By real estate fraternity.
somehow the job doesn't get done. In the
some time. Perhaps the fact that so little progress ( meanwhile, many water users in the city go on BobbyTaylor tai In addition to Banzhaf the charter
has been made in of the
solving some presentation dinner will be attendedby
the $5 minimum no matter how much
problems should have been the chief focus of paying t :' a number of city and county officials -.
criticism.No water they use per month and the city loses and realtors from Bradford
needed revenue. Phone: M4-4280 __-_ ",ttJ .. Union and other nearby counties.

one can deny that the major points made

by Channel 4 about the city are true, and those There is no disputing the fact that the city's A break in the weather will cause a quality. Manure is an excellent
that read editorials, as well as watch televi- 1960 "Charter and General Code of Or- lot of activity out in the fields and source of organic matter for garden Feb. 17 DeadlineFor

sion, know that they have previously been the dinances" needs rewriting from stem to stern. around the home and garden. Folks soils and usually Is a good source of
will start land preparation for crops, nitrogen and potassium, but is low In Democrats
subject of discussion in The Telegraph. We do The one anachronism picked out by Channel 4 and some will set a date for seeding phosphorous. Nutrients from manureare to

have problems with our power plant, in- an obsolete and never enforced ordinance spring vegetables. more slowly available than In Qualify for
operable water meters that cost the city giving the City Council power "to establishand commercial fertilizers. The high Delegate
Most folks: will soon be buying fer-
thousands of dollars annually through unread set apart separate residence limits or tilizer for their gardens, and some of availability nitrogen, in commercial of nutrients fertilizers especially is Sunday, Feb. 17, is the qualifying

meters, and a badly out-of-date charter.In districts for white and negro residents" was the questions I have had Indicated a very Important In vegetable growing deadline for registered Democrats:
never enforced and is just one of many archaic need for more Information about fer Even when manure is used on the who wish to run for delegate to the <1
regard to the power plant, which Channel holdovers from a dim and distant past. It was tilizers.All garden it Is desirable to apply a com National Convention In New York a

4 made to sound as if it were on its last legs, based on a state statute in effect at the time, plants must have food for r.1ete commercial fertilizer contain next August.

there is no immediate problem, although one and has never been removed from the books, growth. Once plants use up the food phosphate and potash. Any registered Democrat In Brad- 'lrf,

engine is admittedly a lemon" the No. 8 unit perhaps because of the expense of recodyfyingand stored In the seed, they must obtain Fertilizers are available with a ford County may obtain the qualifying .ua

purchased about six years ago for $475,000 in- reprinting pages of the ordinances every sufficient amounts from the soil or wide variation in the amounts of form from Lucile Green, county :II'i!
stead of the $700,000 as reported on TV. This other medium in which they are grow. nitrogen phosphate and potash. chairman; Jimmy Crosby state committeeman '
engine has run only 23,000 hours since it was time a change should be made. ing. There Is some plant food In most Most commercial grades show ; or DestaDyal.state comA
all soils. But most garden soils do not
purchased and is still an unsolved problem. It What is needed is a complete revision of the have enough. We must add plant food specified: amounts of minor elements mitteewoman.For ',

has been estimated that it would cost from charter by a committee, with input from a in the form of commercial fertilizer the first! time, the rules provide ..
$150,000 to $250,000 to repair unless the cross section of local citizens, changing the or manures. The fertilizer ream- In home gardens where many kinds hat tonal half of the delegates to the na-'!'*
mended for most garden soils Is called of vegetables are grown In a small convention must be women.
manufacturers can be compelled to do charter from the outdated form to The
present one a mixed fertilizer. It must be placed area under Intensive culture It party is also making a concerted
something about it. It would have to be torn equipped to cope with present day problemsand on the soil where plant roots can becomes necessary to suggest prac- effort to encourage minority groups 'J-f
down piece by piece and taken out of the plantin meet the demands made by the present reach it. Spraying fertilizer on the tices that are widely adapted and will to run for delegate positions. It is l .
order to build a completely new base. But and future projected growth of Starke. We leaves is not suggested except for correcting be satisfactory' for the crops that have desired to have more participation by S

the plant, with the city now purchasing approximately cannot meet the needs of the 80's with an in- minor element deficiencies. not large be nutrient Injurious requirements to those ,with but will the ped blacks and, young disabled people, and, the women handicapM in the ".1!

half of its power from Florida strument designed for the 1960's. Materials applied to the soil to furnish lowest needs. It Is possible to use too delegate selection process. '
Power &: Light Co., is able to meet the present plants with nutrient elements much fertilizer and thus injure crops. :H'
demand, though it may have to step its pur- Although the television pin-pricks may have except animal manures and other Delegates from the Second Congressional '
chased a little more to meet up the hurt our pride, we cannot solve the problemsnow organic residues are called, We have a good garden circular District, which includes '"
power peak facing us by sweeping them under the 'commercial fertilizers". The that covers amounts Kinds and ways Bradford County, will be elected at a, load this summer.As nutrient elements most likely to be to apply fertilizer for vegetables. Callor caucus to be held at 12 noon Saturday.
rug. Channel 4 touched on only a few. Thereare come by County Agent's office March 29, In
needed on most soils are nitrogen, your Tyson. Auditorium Lake.
far as the claim that the city can buy many more, and they must be met headon phosphorous and potassium. These for your copy. City. "

power cheaper than it can generate it, this not by hiding behind a defensive nutrients are always given In this mmmmmmmfmmmt i mmm im mi H __ ...a.*
question has never been resolved because no smokescreen. order In the analysis shown on the ferry -

a tilizer fertilizer bag. For eumr.le. a 8"6-M"percent is Immmm Explorers Organize Feb. Masonic Meeting | ''J I

available nitrogen; 8 percent
phosphorous, and 8 percent The first meeting of EXPLORERSwas boys and girls of high school: age.The ,!j.f2
potassium. held Tuesday evening Feb. 8 at local club is sponsored
lQ' Masonic iM
to(, Bradford Free and Accepted Masonic Lodge No. 35 and the adult by
rs.SINCE Other elements are needed by' Lodge No.SS In Starke. are Mr. and Mrs. John advisors r
F plants, but these are usually present Johnson. v a
pl1 In the soli or are needed only In. Mr.Norman Magyar,operations officer One of the purposes of Exploring "'0
at the Federal Aviation .tfl
MIaSt.'O relatively minute quantities.' They to Introduce the students to careers !
G can be supplied In the fertilizer where Administration, Jacksonville Na- that might interest them. :,0)
needed. Most of our garden soils are tional Airport presented a very interesting -CI
,SOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER acid and lime or dolomite is needed to program covering the The next meeting will be held at the "
Publishers correct acidity and supply sufficient operation of the FAA and showed the Masonic Lodge No. SS 011 Orange St.Iq
quantities of calcium and movie "Flight 82" which showed the on Thursday of next week Feb.21 at 7 I WO
Published each.......,sad eased us seesed a..Mows.se.... IM office,.....under Act of Month I.Ion magnesium. FAA in'acuon. Mr. Magyar' also I p.m. Tbe.peakerwUI be Dr.: Bernard, "AMcFadden
discussed career opportunities In the and he will discuss The >ny
...........r..In ml*mnmi tt''f'Yew!M H.fcUMfct Commercial fertilizer should be toed FAA with the students present Challenges and Opportunities of the :;.
.___ oiswe..whom"'11 p''Y.."1f.W 111......... In gardens to supply an abundance: ha' : rat
.-......,.,..... ,............... of mineral nutrient, to Insure pro The Explorers dub is a Part of Boy' All Interested students and 4'

duction of satisfactory crops of fci&h Scouts of America and, is open to both are welcome. parents 401

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February 14.195th TELEGRAPII Page SA.

A Wedding and a Golden Wedding Reception Held

Saturday at Starke Golf and Country Club : ) \ ,
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Virginia; V.;:le .ts ,''t fl".1 ." : : I. '" Vi : : '( .' i R1\ t $ lt.i3, M. y7 h .! t I .
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Married Saturday .
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Virginia V; Neats ,Gainesville, t my I I ..
daughter of Mr. and Mcsi Leon Dican CJ ,
dlo, Sr.of Starke and Okey L.Jones of
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united in - - - - - - -
Tampa were marriage --
a. Saturday Feb. 9 at ,:3q p.m' at the ,i
Starke Golf and.Country f .Club,
Charles. M., Schmitt performed the Rebecca Ann Harvey;

double-ring ceremony.' John Flynt Thomas
The hall was decorated with wedding -, t
palms and potted yellow mums United in MarriageRebecca

for the occasion. .
Given In ,marriage by her sons, on ,Ann Harvey and John
Y rr/ Flynt Thomas were married Feb. 2 in
Master Donald Neatsand ,Jeffrey, I
Mr.and Mrs.Leon Dlcandio,Sr., Neats the bride wore a long yellow,' Club Wilmont Gardens, University of
A-line gown of satin with an overlay of Florida Campus, Gainesville.The .
The 14 children of Mr. and Mrs. chiffon accented with a bow in front, bride is the daughter of Mr.and
Leon Dicandlo, Sr. entertained at a She carried a nosegay of white Mrs.Alfred A.Harvey of Lake Butler.
Mr.and Mrs.
surprise reception In- honor of their daisies, yellow rosebuds and baby's Okey was: Her attendant was her sister Joannie
parents 50th wedding anniversary breath. Harvey. The flower girl was Shannon
Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Starke Golf Bob Jones attended his brother as Rymer .
and Country Club from 4 to 7 p.m.' best man. ed at one end of the table The groom Is the son of Mr. and
The honored couple was seated on a Mrs. Wanda Neats,daughterinlaw'of cookies, nuts and mints ; at, :Mrs. George C. Thomas of Fort
platform in rocking chairs where they the bride,was matron of honor and end. ( were Lauderdale. He was aliened by his
received their guests. wore a long white gown printed with Cutting the cake and ) and brother-in-law Fred Tone of Daytona
The guest book table was covered yellow rosebuds. were Mrs. Jim Gatlin, Beach. .
with a gold and white cloth, accented . with a portrait of the couple, flanked, Country>> Club. Miss Sandra Jones kept were World the couple will reside in
by two gold candlesticks with burning The bride's table was covered witha book. .. xM Gainesville.
gold tapers. A replica of a Model T white linen cloth and centered witha Following the wedding
car and two long stem yellow.roses two-tiered wedding cake flanked by tion the couple left for
were placed to the side. yellow and white tapers In silver they will reside and First Baptist Church
The gift table was covered with a candlesticks. A punch bowl was plac- is employed at Blue Rib I Holds Adult
gold and white cloth and centered b. Banquet

with gold and yellow mum arrangements r Friday evening, Feb. 8, the adultsof
and Thank You scrolls. Soup-Chili Lunch 7L the First Baptist Church enjoyed
The coffee table was centered withgold '.oj their annual Valentine banquet.The .
burning tapers backed with arrangements Methodist Church .. \ ...fg evening began with a delicious
of greenery, gold and Thursday, Feb. 19 ','.& ... meal of many assorted foods.'
yellow mums and burning tapers on Methodist :.... :. The meal was followed by a skit en

the mantle. First.United United Methodist bet- Mr,and Mrs..John Thomas titled, "The Big Top". Participants In
The food tables were placed down 1 the skit were Pastor Ben Bryant,Jim-
the center of the room and were Ytt hold their annual : my Crosby, Sr., Sonny Tenfy, Jimmy
Feb. 19
covered with gold and white cloths Thursday the Jr. Judy Goodowns, Carla,
with garlands of gold and yellow and p.m. In Fellowship Crosby\\en Crosby.;! .
gold mums down the length of the Donation of II will l DUPLICATE BRIDGE The special guests for the banquetwere
tables. Hors d'oeuvres were served Tickets and crackers.available per CLUB RESULTS Linda Kay Johnson and Myrtle
from crystal trays. Griffin from Palatka. Linda is an ex-
The cake table was covered with a members, at the are: Margie Thomson and Vernie Odom cellent Christian ventriloquist and
beige lace cloth over gold liner and may be purchased. at,the were the winning couple at Duplicate their outstanding program'of entertainment -
centered with a four-tiered cake ac- )} :J suits Bridge Tuesday night played at the and inspiration was enjoyedby
cented with doves wedding at 7:30 Lora all. ,
yellow roses, U.Dt?Met Holiday Inn starting p.m.
bells and topped with a bride and Weeks Francis and Eva Mathewson were se- Valentine banquets for youth and
groom with golden"50": Flanking the Wednesday;"Feb> and cond and Ida Shaw and Cecella Ter- adults ware annual events at the First
cake were burning gold tapers In arrangements Thomas by )wlllegar/ were third. Baptist Church.
of gold roses,white doves Mrs. Herbert
and golden bells. The corners of the Sharon Addison program from the ,
table were tied with gold ribbons. Dewayne Roark magazine at the W.T.
Helen Wells cut the cake. meeting Wednesday or
Besides their' 14 children the Dlcan- Sharon L. Addison week. 5i
dios have :37 grandchildren and 32 The club met at the
ark IaI l
great grandchildren. Dewayne B. R George Roberts Sr., ills art

During the reception hours the approximately To Wed April 12 tha Pearce, Mrs.J.H.
200 guests were enter- Richard R.Addison of Emma Tanner as cohost flu.y .
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lester Crews,
tained by the reading of poems by
Heights announce the '
Keystone Lucile Green and Mrs.
members of the family and music was
provided by members of the family In engagement of their and daughter approaching, Sharon mar- ings attended the
live band. riage meeting on Friday, :
a B. Roark, son of
Lavon, to Dewayne Gainesville.The t.'r!
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Roark of hostesses served

Gainesville.h to the 13 members ,red t,

gr 1J; :.i'closeof the meeting. : : S,, :: ) ( 6"d"," U 1 = : e hi 1 1

Miss Addison Is a graduate' of Eaves to : : e : -
Keystone High School!, attended St. Len .

Johns Community College and is 13th Birthday of .
s. -
presently attending Santa Fe Com-
Len Eaves! celebrated
munity College.Mr. Mrs.
Roark is a graduate of day last Friday evening
Gainesville High School and Santa Fe roast given by his pa
Mrs. A.J.Eaves at their
I Ies'
l College.Methodist .
Community Rev.
ley Road. .. ': < :
The party was held ,. : lONCCHAMlf : J"j') !,'.

where the 15 friends ,
Youth '
and wiener cookout.
Holding Coffee-' a Mrs. J ', :<"OM $ : '.'

Doughnut Sale Mr. .,P.\: \' :I S.. ; .. e853'/.St .;'.F.a.:;" ..":

The youth classes of the First KLPOA Supper es'
United Methodist Church will have a
fellowship time Sunday morning with Saturday. Feb. ,16 =
the sale of coffee and doughnuts in the'
Mr.and Thomas Clayton! Members of the Kingsley
Fellowship Hall from 9:30: a.m. to
perty Owners Association
Thomas: Claytons noon. covered dish supper at Around On Your

Attend ReunionMr. center on highway c-le
Saturday night, Feb. 16,
and Mrs. Thomas Clayton of Rotarians To Hold p.m. All members and Camera Ready
Jacksonville attended his 25th class are Invited to attend.
reunion in Jacksonville recently.Mrs. Ladies Night DinnerThe Special guests at this
Clayton,daughter of Mrs.C.R. 'representatives of
Starke Rotary Club will hold its -
Crews and the late Mr. Crews of annual Ladies Night dinner at the associations in the a Printing. t-= _
Lawtey was a graduate of BHS while Starke Golf and Country Club Friday area, and plans will be .

living in Lawtey. night,Feb.15.A social hour will beginat organizing an inter-lake
6:30: with dinner served at 7:30.: more unified program In We Will Print Your

A musical program will be of the lakes in this area;, a

presented during the evening by Bill. Typewritten Or
Beta Sigma Phi McRae,director, and six members of

Planning Spring Rush the Community Chorus. YOU Previously Printed

Members of Beta Sigma Phi and
their husbands enjoyed an eveningout Miss Hjalmar McMillan AUTO : > : : :': Copy While You '
Friday starting with a dinner at ,
the Western Steer Steak House then Luncheon HonoreeMiss KNOWBy : Wait.
returning to the home of Billy and Hjalmar McMillan whose .
for socializing and card +G 1C
Diane Hodge marriage to William Wilson'Jr- will
playing.Members. be an event of Mar 22 was honored at Gene Ross'
who attended with their a bridal shower and luncheon Saturday 1ooocopt.. $ 811z x 11 .
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husbands were C.W, and Brenda given by Mrs. Shelton Peddles ,Q. Recently' my 1976 P t ifS8m. .
Slade Wayne and Marie Wynn, Tom Mrs'A.J. Eaves,. Mrs. R.S,Mullins .Cutlase ha. $ ,'-
and. Rose Smith, Billy and; Diane. and daughter. Patty at the home of serious shimmy. To ) .1510 .
Hodge and Sheila Wynn. .. the latter. 'I've.checked out '
Feb. 5 a meeting was held at the The five luncheon tables were rods arm and \!" And We Will Print
Plans for the absorbers; 'All are 1 ,
home of Marie Wynn. covered with white linen cloths .and
Beta Sigma Phi spring rush were, : centered with, .camellia; .arr, What next 5.10 ht ';" .
made. Members present were Marie ranqements.The '. . -i
Wynn;' Brenda Slade,. Diane Hodge, hostesses, presented, the A., A bent or dented '5.70: : It Cheaper. ThanYou
Rose Smith and Linda Bowen. honoree with the" ,open baker to her shaft could. cause .
The next meeting will be held Feb. chosen china pattern as a memento of. trouble (If possible, '6.85 .
19 at the home of Cherie Cox in the occasion, '" car on' a two-post 8,05 '
Keystone Heights. Twenty guest enjoyed, the occasion '" Otherwise, lift the)rear : Can On ACopy

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Mrs. Minou Wainwright, a student at revolves even'. !5-85- ,-. --- .. ''' ..
Bobbie Gnann and Jimmie L, ,the University of the South Sewanne,,, It 'look : : ; Monks
Strickland were united in marriage'.' ,Tenn.,and a member of tile1nl8l'11l. check turning.-for\ a bad : MS PUt;ThQ
Monday, Feb. 4 in FOlkston,Ga. ty of the South Choir ,has\ returned, ", s:f.: '
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The bride,daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. from'their' winter 'concert tour:,30,:r.. becke.nd ":>

Evan W. Hodges of Brooker, is a resi- -members of the choir visited M m."' end.end. ,then forth'on first the ; ofles'o\? (\,.,, 'd'.ea :.:-"I; ejDh Oth-,..Back
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Mr. ,Strickland is- ''retired i from.' .song. In Episcopal churches,' fit!it-.n den rnth_ 6 ''' '; : O "\.\ "' ,.'
Florida Power and Light Co. and halo, .<' '> f." />< "! \\1101'' '"' "! bentntirmiMb te or ;" y: I : '.tti.JW. : JLD7.EQ'! : ,.. .. ",

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PageA :TELEGRAPH February H. 1960

a >i Do You Know.........


seer Mr. and Mrs. Mao Baldwin return-
.Y ed Wednesday from a week In New
Orleans attending the National
Automobile Dealer's convention.

Calvin Kirkland, Ed Phllpot.
Timothy Dukes and Danny anACheryl

Lewis were in Boone. ,N.C.last
Saturday to Monday.
Mr. and Mrs.J.T. Carver and family
attended the funeral of his father
and Mr*. Pate Gassett announce Alfred Carver Sr. in Douglas, Ga. on
the birth of a daughter Jan. 31.
Kristin Whitney born '29 in
Alachua General Hospital She Joins a Robin Chism of Gainesville spent Yw
brother Jerlmy. the weekend with his parents,Mr.and
Maternal 1 grandparents are Sheriff Mrs. R.R. Chlsm.
Dolph E. Reddish of Stan. ,and Touchstone FiftiethAnniversary Diane Estates
Shirley Carpenter of st:Augustine. Reception Mrs.T.J.Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and TB.: Vinson of Valdosta, Ga. and Mrs.
Chuck Williams Mrs. M.D. Gassett of Starke. Mater Sunday. Feb. 17 Mary Beth Peacock and daughter, Diane L. Eatman and
Stacey nal great-grandmothers' Debbie of Jacksonville
are 'Mrs. Touchstone were Sunday
Ruth Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Robert E. Keuning
Mra. D.W. guests of Mrs. Bertha Pearce.
King and Queen ElectedAt Did You Know...,......... Carpenter. Paternal great- will celebrate with their a reception 50th wedding at their anniversary Engagement Told
BHS Valentine' grandparents are Mrs.Clyde Johns of Mrs. D.C. Forehand and Mrs. "
Dance home Sunday, Feb. 17. from 2-5 p.m. Mr.and Mrs.William M. Eatman of
Miss Jean Mundy and Sharon Sof- Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond) but Ralph Allison of Albany Ga. will be ..
A High School Valentine Dance No Invitations are being sent Jacksonville announce the' :
was Kreiter of Jacksonville. -' of Mrs. engagement
ford of Tallahassee the weekend Friday overnight guests Myr-
l and relatives are invited to
held at the Starke Armory last Saturday : all friends and approaching marriage of
with Mrs. W.B. Mundy. ....... 't win Long while enroute to LighthousePoint
.... : attend. Diane
night from 9 to 1 sponsored by to visit Mrs. T.W. Stiegler. their daughter Lynette, to .
the Sophomore Cass Parent 'Mr. and Mrs: Robert Wesley'Wlittaof Robert Evan \ of Jacksonville ,

Organization of Bradford High Clearance Sale' Gainesville annouce the birth of a :bJy..K- .. llr. and Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle spent ,son of Mrs. Wanda L. Keuning
School. Continued at H offSpring daughter. Kelli Michelle born Feb.'11 last week in Punta Gorda and Fort and the late Mr. Keuning of Starke.
The ballroom was decorated with Mdse Arriving Dally' The wedding will be an event of
In Alachua General.
Hospital ?,'lbo Charlie Carroll Myers visiting
] of
the Valentine Theme with disco Leila's Dress Shop baby girl Joins a brothers Wesley and May 17 at 7:30: p.m. in Wesley United
age Johnson of Tampa were last
strobe lights reflecting throughout the 2'%. :., Mr; and Mrs: James Hoppe and Methodist Church In Jacksonville.Miss .
M.gY Wednesday to
Friday of
room. Acting as the disco disc Jockey Bradford Sq.Shopping Center guests Mr. Eatman graduated from '
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.Jerome Johns. family of Tampa were last Friday
for the evening and providing a variety Olin White of Starke and Mr.and Mrs. night dinner guests of Mrs. OL. Robert E. Lee High School where she
of music was Randy Chitty. The funeral of Robert Turner,Jr. Herbert Chapman of WauchuU. .! Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. ,was valedictorian and Jacksonville
of Alachua was held Monday at Mra. A.J. Eaves and Mrs. Henry University, Summa Cum Laude.
Newnansville Cemetery near Godwin had lunch with Mrs. Walter Mr. and Mrs Tom Long of Atlanta Mr. Keuning graduated from Vero
Alachua. Mr. Turner was double first Wolfe at the Fiddler's Restaurant In spent the weekend with his mother, Beach High School and Massey
cousin to Mrs. Joe Wilson of Starke. 8r" Jacksonville last Thursday.. Mrs. Myrwin Long, Business College

i Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bakken and .-- ;

daughter of Goldsboro, N.C. arrived
home Tuesday after Mr. Bakken

owl 1 years Seymour receivewd service.Johnson his discharge AFB after from two TOHEAKTHAPPY r ;!

Did You Know........... ,

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dowling, III ,
and family of Clearwater were Mon
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

'tj E.J. DowlinK. Sr.Clear.nce. "
Continued am\ off

Spring Mdse.Arriving Daily at r % T
Leila's Dress Shop
Bradford Sq.Shopping Center 1s

j Miss Jan. Norman. Mrs. R.P. McLendon visited her
Bride-elect sister Mrs. Nell McDonell and sons In

Tampa from Friday to Wednesday.
Janet ALL RT r AND rNMEw(IIMD TNllrr "a u mmi WFO rrr to "*> cxwumv r/0M4/ RPSE.VED.
Norman UWt M...u 0N MM Vaaill..;.__,.
Jimmy Tompkins Mrs. Marion Blchon of Paducah Beef Sirloin Steak II$2U -
Ky. was guest of Mrs. A.Y.Covingtonthe -
Wedding Told IMI IK>IM a MMMMI. nun MM.. r
past week. Boneless Round Steak to$288 e ,

MI M.IMI MM.MM roar mum m
Mrs. Norman of Raiford Boneless Chuck Cubed Steak '$21'
Joyce announces Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn had a family
the engagement and ap Saturday night for her son .Ml HI.w I MM MM VMUf rwr aNUa ae e
proaching marriage of her daughter Under California 4$2"
Blade Steak
on his birthday.i e
Janet Lee to James T.Tompkins, Jr. Terry ; :. UIM.IMMVUIT- n. ....n .tJtt'",

of Starke. Mrs. Peggy Shaller and Mrs. Janet Smoked Slab Bacon a uhtl
Miss Norman is the daughter of the
McLaughlin visited the James MUM nil*
late Joseph H. Norman of Raiford. McLaughlin family In Inverness from Lykes Smoked PicnicsMatia"wTstutfed '8'9A
Mr. Tompkins is the son of Rev. and Tuesday to Thursday and also visited _

Mrs. James T. Tompkins of Starke. Father Patrick Foley In Williston.Mrs. Clams $2" r1O1A (
The wedding will take place Saturday wuos 3 TO '.

April 5, at 5 p.m. in the First H.M. Richard was weekend MatiawTshriinp Egg Rolls fin s Las u Aa ',
Baptist Church of Raiford.
Wallace In Jackson-
of Mrs.J.C. IMBMUM
All friends and relatives are cor- guest of Mrs. Stlcks$241 SAVE 160 A LS SAVE 300 A V DOZEN
ville and they were guests Sea Star Fried Fish
invited to the
dially attend weddingand Wells at the Alhambra
Margaret .
reception. The reception will be The King $1n I
held at the Raiford Community Saturday afternoon to see Battered Fish Portions

Center Immediately following the and I. UM.ni rm.Mnt vn $291 awar.raaam --..... ....... URI GREAT
wedding. Battered Fried Fish j Fyne Taste Meat Bologna $13e Gwaltney Big 8 Franks Spa). GROUND..
M. L.N NW .N
Clearance Sale Uri MMr.ti Mow ... .. BACON
14111 -- Mfl_ .M MIT.NT rr.ru rN-
Old You Know........... Continued at H\ offSpring Sliced American Singles $1., Hnrade Meat Hot Dais "Palsano Italian Sausage $198 99* e
at 99
Mdse.Arriving Dally
IMt.*.. M IWT /M a.M.R "*. u
Leila's Dress Shop 594th Sliced"Import e7 Ham $111 tykes Cooked HaniOscar 'fuse PlIo. LB
Dr. and Mrs. Jim Cullison of Mon- M4-50M Pantry Pride Oleo Square WWOtl.OMlflM B..P MN4M.CUT BMM
ticello and Mr. and Mrs. WUlard Bradford Sq.Shopping Center 1101010.0111, 381 wrrn/.r.*m Nm POT mi UHM MAT. $151 DROlin onamas0a. BOTTOM ROUNDS' SHOULDER
Otrs. Oleo Sliced Cooked Salami $118
Leisy of Orange City were weekend Fyne Spread Mayer Variety Pack CLODS OR CHUCK ROLLS
of Mrs. W.H. Thomson at Mt as.. --a-/ WMIMiM SMI m-i is m.MIT Uri-..ra' .
guests Klngsley Lake and all attended the Several of the Presbyterian Youth Easy Diet Cottage Cheese 88<"PaRtry J Pride Grill Franks f2" Sunnyland Smoked Sausage $196 CU..D I rwl iDtl ":: '188

dinner-theatre"Paint Your Wagon". attended"Jesus Christ Super Star" at aiJ:; Ava. 'aI

the Civic Auditorium Sunday night. ...CUT MOMIO faiUaf 2'r'}1 N1Aerr room
Henry Thomson of Carrabelle was Attending were Joey Herres Pam LIVER HOOD KMH fUMWM
Wednesday overnight guest of his and Daniel Duffy Janet Montgomery SAUSAGI FROZEN STEAK SALE! ORANGE FRESH PORK
W.H. Thomson. Anna Wallace,Lavance and CjIt -I .....
mother, Mrs. """5' -IaREYERS YOQURTlASSTU1B6EKS 8 OZ.., 216514, JUICE BUTTS
and Alan and
Melissa Gay Lynn
ClearanceSaieContinued Holtzendorf. They were accompanied u 168 49:; AU BEEF 1 All BEEF BUReaRi =99 da:- 119200aPKQ.
by Mrs. Martin Duffy Mrs. David .
off .
at Mi $1.99
Montgomery, Mrs. W.H. Thomsonand IN TN. op-iPKa. $3.99
Mdse. Arriving Dally at .
Spring Leila's Dress Shop Mrs. Helen Van Wart. CUll STEAK 'Am" ALL BEEF BURGERS
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'"1\,' YJ Lover Holiday; Began' With Martyrdom- ,

The day that legitimizes romance,love,silliness and candy did not have such a'February Another romantic vignette tells of a Saint Valentine's Imprisoned who cures
the Jailer's daughter of blindness.The saint then falls In love with the girl and
J } 14, Valentine's Day-the day millions of people celebrate with sweet sent her messages( signed of course, St.Valentine.
fervor-began with Christian martyrdom. Origins aside, the celebration of Valentine's Day began In England during the
,; Two saints, both Valentines, were beaten and beheaded by the Roman 15th century. Many quaint and some outlandish customs grew out of the holiday,
Emperor Claudius It in 269 A.D. The two one a priest In Rome and the other a such as the first person of the opposite sex you met on the morning of St. Valen
bishop of Ternl.were the most popular.It Is claimed there were as many as eight tine's Day would become your true love.Or the Identity of your true love could be
Saint Valentines. discovered via a dream,Induced by sleeping on a pillow with five bay leaves pinned
F UMnnYl.p Ir to it. '
The connection between the day for lovers and the martyred saints Is surrounded
with various legacies-the exact beginnings of the celebration couchedin By the 17th century,the custom of sending cards elaborating on.the emotions of
fables, legends and facts love developed It wasn't until the 18th century, however, that the first com-
\ merical Valentine's card appeared. The cards were lavish and sentimental,
It Is generally believed, however,that the day's Importance grew from the old some were "real lace," and some cost extraordinary amounts of money.In .
V Christian festival held the day before the Roman feast,Lupercalta.! The names of
young women were put in a box and drawn out by young men.After drawing a the United States the celebration of this lover's day reached its peak during
Carolyn Spooner Presented Certificate girl's name the young man would become her gallant for the festival, or partner- the Civil War. In the Late 1800s,one-cent horrors could be bought-their inscriptions
for the coming year.This festival continued for centuries,with the pair exchanging comic and bawdy otten cruel. The Chicago post office rejected over 25,000of
Carolyn gifts.Later,only the man gave his young woman a gift.At one point,a Christian -. these cheap Valentine's on the grounds they.were not fit to mail.
Spooner with the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic, was awarded a and drawnbe of the 20th that children began usurpingthe
clergyman thought the practice hedonistic suggested the names It wasn't until the early part century
Certificate of Attendance from the University of Miami School'of Medicine, for those of saints and that the young men emulate the saint for a year's time. exclusive domain of lovers..The: tradition of the makeshift mailbox(made out
completion of an Intensive Crott-Cultural Training Institute. This,idea didn't go over too well and the romancing continued.A of a shoebox with a slit In the top) and cute Valentine's cards began In.elemen-
The Cross-cultural Institute Is to the need for
Training an attempt respond to ,
tary schools around guuntryThe \
high quality, sensitive and services to the ,
culturally appropriate community.
theory that came out of the Middle Ages has It that February 14 was the day
The Institute In provides advanced training for professional staff of mental. health birds began to mate.In Chaucer's words: day,although mostly for lovers, Is a time to express thoughts of friendshipand
facilities culturally appropriate care for clients.
"For this was Seynt Valentine's/ Day. ,!> love-without necessarily being discovered. The messenger's Identity has
Ms.Spooner was one of 24 participants elected and the only one from the state
When every foul cometh choose Ma mate." traditionally been kept a secret (here's a chance for all you potential Cyrano de
of Florida. She plans to Implement some of her skills at the B-U Guidance Clinic .** fV will let ).
be imagination you
Bergeracs to as mushy as your
where. she Spooner serves said as Alcohol she plans Program to conduct Supervisor.Ms. a mini. Grots-Cultural Training English literature around that time was full of references to the mating of Not surprisingly,Valentine's Day Is"second only.to Christmas in the number of
workshop at the BUGC. birds on Valentine's Day Including works by Shakespeare, Drayton and Gay. cards sent. .
And legend about the association of the Nor. there those appropriately named towns across the U.S.that
still another says the day came by And,of course, are
Another Ms: Spooner Is working on the expansion of the "Olltreaeh"program
for program the Reno area and organizing It Into SPOONER Social Prevention man word Galantln, meaning a lover of women,and the name of the saint. Galan- do a booming business before Valentine's Day: Love, Mississippi; Darling, Pen
Organization Of Neighborhood residents and care givers for Education and tin's Day was frequently mispronounced, legend has it, and Galantin's Day. nsylvania; Romance-Arkansas'Eros. Louisiana' and, Kissimmee, Florida.
Rehabilitation. became Valentine's Day. Happy Valentine's Dayl!

Cancer Crusade Still MarchingBradford I


ranks fourth In the state chairman for Bradford County. Gus
among counties which have reached Kopelousos is publicity chairman
DI1I&I'I 20 percent or more of their IBM June Edwards is secretary antiJoyce
Cancer Crusade quota. Rlherd Is service chairman.
Through January the county had Crusade leaders from Florida units
WHITE | I PANTRY PRIDE I ReaLemon I raised$2,164 or 29 percent of its J7,471 took part in the annual Crusade
CLOUD ; quota. The big push in March and Kickoff Meeting Jan. 26 at Holiday
I I I TEALEON: I April Including the Mother's March Inn, Orlando.
'TOILET TISSUE and the drive by business and profes-
I 1 I 1I sional men, Is still to come. Bradfordwas Nearly 300 volunteers shared in the
WHITS PINK/aNHN OH BAGS JUICE first among the 67 counties to event arranged by Mrs. Alice Ulmer,
I I.I. I : I reach its quota in 1979., chairman of the Division Planning
A nil PACK tOO COUNT I. 3:1.a.n.:: famed
Committee. Berg,
elk 1 1 Reporting In February Is the Mouse, ladles' golf champion Patty heads the 1980
15 Jv&| (mlIm1' 1 9 U (mD'1 I -.ml to College Drive in which by county, Crusade and began her second
::1 schools raised $278.01 and the Brad- Crusade with an Inspiring message.
.442 "'a.449 J.M.44* ford High School Honor Society which
1---,. ... .na "rwl/ na a ,.I 1.arx 1.4: aww-[ n. 11 nw No n. ,...1 1..,Iff tM MMN FNM niHTMMWI )non MM I raised$339.29 In a dance-a-thon. It brings
' WITH COUPONS 1wrlai air w/.varM art Low ...,.UCNCMNNMIH. rlflfmgMII ,IIUCC Division President B. Vincent
/ i RIflRYel MMCtlfrauM.. M the 1980 Cancer Crusade to a
.l 1'-- Pater, Coral Gables, urged
IN THIS AD w. --- ersor..rsro total of$2,868.40.38 percent of the 1980 volunteers to put forth the extra effort

quota of 7471. the state's $3,100,000 goal demands.He .
pointed out that not only is infla-
Individual school donations in the
li Best Suits tnPrcJucafNO ; : ; Mouse to College Drive were: tion raising the need for additional
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us A to Southside Elementary$120.04,Starke funds but Florida's rising population
.S! 't 1 1 Chef Potatoes 119t(! Elementary $38.80, Brooker Elemen- brings with it additional cancer patients -
w w iBjMrwiMii tary$31.83,Starke Christian School at needing the services the
Fresh Slaw or Salad -.490 Pine Level Baptist Church $29.04 American Cancer Society offers.
:us Hampton Christian School $6.80, and Also featured on the Orlando program '
Sweet J Iwcy Pineapples iMi 79t St.Mark's Day Care Center $17.50. were, : _
ew w aue'R ,. As the Cancer Crusade continues I
-' Zillider lId RadisheS' 2rii11i.29'". ..., w. the BUS Honor Society Is planning a? .Sissy Collins,1'Tallahassee;' cancer,
i s ar .r -:n r 1 road block on US-301 Saturday, Feb.' patient, who stressed the importanceof
ua Juicy California' Lemons 12 ,79t(! 23. Plans were not final at press time; ACS assistance in coping during
but If you see the kids on 301 Saturday her bout with cancer.
7O Fresh Florida:' Grapefruits 6 -$1M l you'll know what they're doing.A .
10100FOR van'M.,it fm cook: book containing: over 1,000'< Rosemary McCorkle of Jacksonville -
1 Fresh Veliow' Onions, ul2CSM recipes from the Pan Handle to Key 1 told of the importance volunteersin
CEUO LBS JLslfS*>*tet 101 Mtf MOT West, Is) on sale at Stump's Department spreading the cancer message.She ..
aAas 50 ff. Graden Hose, RUN 2" Store and. proceeds will be. credcits volunteers with her early
SAVE e0 SAVE 1e0 SAVE! 1oa .....,.....' $ donated to the Cancer Crusade. detection of cancer and saving her
Planters Mill Nuts I.CN 159 Miss Lillian Stump is president of life. .
the Bradford County Chapter of the
t'V'lft t ef. American Cancer Society. Mrs,Mar Dr. ''Michael Butler, Orlando, ;
everY0 ALL PURPOSE FRESH FLORIDA Ap FRESH Ev'Il' Pr FRESHAAUSNROOMS Jorle Thomson Is Cancer Crusade Medical Advisor of the Florida Division
,told of the progress being made
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Hampton Highlights -*-"-"-"-- '''\-- '' '['""'' '''' .r''t' =j,. -. :-:-" ""'" ',"'I ;i' ..

By Dolores Meng phone <468-1913< Kenny attended a family reunion and be no membership fee. Your saved .'uAt<
dinner Sunday at the home of Mr:and coupons will admit you!. "' !,'""'d
at the home of Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford of Lawtey. Ken-
Senior CItizens Mrs. Lynn Hall. ny also enjoyed rounding Up cows .VlsllonMn" ... .
If you are at least 55 yean of age, with his grandfather. June Dunn and daughter '.
you are eligible to attend the Hampton AnniversaryMr. Laura, from Ocala attended the '."
Senior Citizens Club Meeting and Mrs. Don Hoverson BirthdaysKelli funeral of John Strickland on Saturday -' ''t.' ,
scheduled for Friday, Feb. 15, at 2 celebrated their Wedding Anniver- Danielle Griffis of Graham and visited with friends here. t
o'clock at the City Hall. sary on Feb. 10 with} a home party. celebrated her second birthday on tF 'i P Di
Feb. 6 at the home of her parents, Mr. Hampton Elementary School 1 ,
BirthdaysKim and Mrs.Danny Griffis.She had a Big i ? ,,y u f
Circus Treat Rolland celebrated her 8th bir- Bird decorated cake and other New Flan
Twenty of our area children en- thday on Feb. 11 with a decorated decorations carried her favorite Big Principal Connie Clark recently s
Joyed the Barnum and Bailey Circus cake and party with her family. Bird theme. Grandparents, aunts, presented new American flags to the -t''
last Saturday at the Jacksonville Col- Happy Birthday to Danny Riddickon uncles, cousins and little friends school classrooms.
iseum. This happy group( was sponsored Feb. 11. helped with the celebration. EmbryologyThe
by WQIK Radio Station. Rolland Shafer celebrated his 9th Mrs. Jean Clark celebrated her bir- seventh grade classroom has
Drivers and chaperons for this trip birthday Feb. 13. thday Feb. 6 with a decorated cake come alive with the weekend hatchingof \ .,
were Olhe and Lola Williamson Happy Birthday to Carolyn Joyner and family meaL their chicken eggs which were \
Mabel McCollough, Lee Hardenbrookand today, Valentine's Day. started in the incubator about three
Fred Phillips. Richard Mowry had another birth- Refund ClubA weeks ago. Various stages of the
day Feb. 12. Coupon Refund Club Is being chicken embryo are preserved in loll
Condolence organized by Mrs. Edith Smith and alcohol and are on display in the
Sympathy is extended to friends of Hampton Lake Mrs. Carolyn Slater. The purpose of room. swi:
William Summers who died at 78 this Club is to help out the grocery On Tuesday it was necessary to Florida State Prison -
years of age on Feb. 6 at Alachua Sympathy bills. You are encouraged to begin move the hatched chicks to a larger P
General Hospital. Mr. Summers was Sympathy is extended to Mrs. saving store coupons, refund forms, container. The chicks are being fed CTI GraduatesThe "
very interested in community affairs Jewel Casey and family whose father, boxes, labels and other proof of purchase special feed and are being observed In Department of Corrections has : rh
and served as a former Mayor of John Newton Strickland, died last seals in order to join the club. the growing process. Approximately announced that Florida State Prison
Hampton. week at the age of 101 years. He was For additional Information call 90 percent of the started eggs hatched employees recently participated in :os.tQ
buried on Saturday at the Santa Fe 468-2624 for Edith Smith or Carolyn successfully. Two chicks even emerged the Correctional Training Institute at .
Convalescing Cemetery near Hampton Lake. Slater at 4682920.A ( a lovely dark pink color as a result Raiford Florida. rill
Mrs. Margaret Hall, after being Club meeting is being planned for of dye being injected into the egg dur- Their names are Lincoln J. Col- coL'a
treated at Alachua General Hospital ReunionMr. Saturday, Feb. 23 at 2 p.m. There will ing the maturing process.ton eman, Thurlon J. Hopper James F.
and Mrs. Harold Crawford and Fsr ,do
is now recovering( from a back injuryCOMMUNITY Jones. Craig G. McWhorter and W.D. ? ,?
Temp lln. 'a rya.
Hearing Set For Mental Health Proposed Services This Is the forty-ninth CTI group to .. ...3 w, R 8}
'"" .... enroll In the minimum standard cur-
Citizens will have the opportunity to 7 P.M. in the County Commission rlculu, which Is required by law. The Lawtey Correctional i 4 g
comment on the Plan for mental Meeting Room, 4th Floor Alachua Training Institute program Is taughtIn
By Elizabeth Walker, phone Wednesday Tarrying Service. Friday health and alcoholism services proposed County Administration Building, conjunction with Lake City Com- CTI Participant ./
!K64-SHH3. Bible Study. Sunday School 10 a.m. for next year at a public hear- Gainesville, Florida.A munity College, and the graduatesearn The Department of Corrections halts
NAACP: The monthly meeting of Morning Service 11 a.m. Evening Ser ing sponsored by the District III Men- copy of the proposed Plan may be nine semester credits for successfully announced that Lawtey Correctional'.',.
the Bradford Branch NAACP will beheld vice p.mSenior tal Health Board, Inc. The hearingwill reviewed at the local Public Libraryor completing the full time, 160 Institution employee Kenneth Wj
Thursday, Feb. 14,at 7:30: with a Citizens: We will publicize be held on Wednesday. Feb. 20,at in the Office of the Clerk of Court: hour course. Sterling recently participated In ?
Valentine Chat and Chew session. All when and where we will meet to Correctional__ Training Institute Uieri at .
members are asked to bring a revive the "Silver Strands" Senior nnn nnn"u
Raiford, Florida.
covered dish. February is the monthof Citizens Organization. There are <>
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Love. We must show it in our ac- many advantages in belonging to the STARKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS -- r' -- -"""" "' '-'''''''' '''''''' '
organization. Senior Citizens can .tl9d I
tion.The meeting of the Concerned have Voice in all phases of life that Those students receiving A's on last David Thorpe, Debbie Cowart. Hsieh, Kelly Jackson, Tina Harmon, them credit. Read on for the befit; 5._..., 1
Citizens will be held Thursday, Feb. affect them as citizens. United we can week's test in Ms. Gissy's fourth Felecla Davis, Jenny Dayan, Vicky Kim Sapp, Dawn Anfuso, Cindy poems.
28, at 7:30: in the cafeteria at RJE accomplish much. Aside from the grade math class are: Goodowns, Renee Jewett, Denise Parado, Lisa Waters, Lottie Cole, An- Thanks*!')
complex. All interested citizens are business part of the organization Richie Barnes, Jonathan Rowe, Robinson, Rosalyn Taylor, India nette Balkcom, Nanette Perry and Mrs. Drives;
invited to attend. there will be planned activities for Shawn Thorpe, Joyce Coblentz, Geiger, Any Lewis and Isador Her- Karen Knowles. These students were la91
First Born Church of the Living entertainment and fellowship. Sabrina Ford, Nicole Johnson, Janet nandez.In selected to compete by our Physical Valentine's day was picked for ahesq
God: Evangelist Small is conductinga Macedonia Baptist Church Kennedy, Michele Kersey, Cleve Mrs. Griffis-Jenklns second Education teachers, Ramona Jordan day of love. It's not the day to push'iwitl
revival meeting that will end Macedonia will observe the pastor's Hankerson, Jimmy Griffis, Robert class we are welcoming Cathy and Ben Moxley. and shove. Valentine's day is a day to,tnns
February 15. anniversery Feb. 18-24. Service will Simmons,Tammy Bell,Jamie Carve, grade back to our room. .She was Those students in Mrs. Tetstone's get out and play. Valentine's day Iswm
A meeting of the District Women begin nightly 8 p.m. Everyone is in- John demons, Hal Davis, Randall here the first of the school year.Those room who received five stars last the day to love, Love, LOVE! I MH Workers will begin Feb 21 and end vited. Rev. Jonathan Butler, pastor. Polk, Robert Thorpe, Dale Cassels, making 100 on last week's spellingtest week for conduct and excellent work Hal Davis, 4th gradenonq:
Feb. 23. The public is invited. Sunday School a.m. Morning Ser- Erika Banks, Angela Cohens,Cynthia are: James Martin, Eddy Sieg- were Monique Banks Tara DeSue,
Ebrnezer Baptist Church: Youth vice 11 a.m. Rev. Don Pelham will Griffis, Sherry Mack, Teresa Synn, mund, 'Tony Hankerson, Carlos Scott Allen, Eric Walton, Truin Blye. Red little hearts. Bright and gay. '''"s'.
Day will be observed Sunday beginning speak.Monday. Stacey Mosley, Fernando Hernandez, Jones, Jeffrey Workman and Alton Rachael Tyson,.Alisha Manning ana can't wait till Valentine's Day. Pink.ji\
with Sunday School 9:30. Morning night Rev. Baker and con- Stephen Thornton, Chad Tennant, Young. Kenny DeSue. little lace on my valentine Can I ask .:h1( '
Service llam. Ms. A. Colman of gregation from Baldwin will conduct Blaine Thornton, Jimmy Underhill, The following students will competeIn Mrs. Randolph and Mrs. Long's question, Will you be mlned ,....1'11
Jacksonville, speaker. services. Tuesday Rev. Melvin Telia Buie, Mary Alice Howle, Penny the county Speedball Tournamentto special students are continually work- Mike Barber, ,5th grade'bs J
Mrs. L.R. Davis will speak in pastor of Mt. Zion AME Church will Hsieh, Esther Martin,Sherry Mattox, be held at Lawtey Elementary on Ing on a food and nutrition unit. We 111.5.451
Newberry at St. Paul Baptist Church. preach. The youth choir will sing. Lisa Mosley, March Searcy, Hermia Friday, Feb. 15: Issac Montgomery, are planning a field trip to Bradford Valentine's Day is good Inside-out
The State Home Mission Board will Thursday night the Community Choir Thomas, Earl Terrell, Dona Anderson Chuck Coburn, Brad Green, James Square to visit and observe the opera- When valentines are being passed all .
meet at Ebenezer Baptist with Rev. will present a program. Cynthia Chap ple, Robin Johnson, Loat Strivibul, Frankie tions of different stores. Later we are about And parties are ready to start,'!'lb'tA.
E.E Taylor presiding. The meeting Bramlile, Kevin Blakenship, Roy Pope, Steve Jones, Chris Robinson, planning to have lunch at Wendys and Everybody is going to show what Is In,,' \
began at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13. Conway, Dewey Daughtery Charles Brian Barton, Chad Reddish, Alonzo visit through the restaurant. We will their hearts Loving and caring, geti.:?;jIll\J
There" was a skit, "One Day Too Gospel Businessmen's Hamilton, Chet Norman,Chad Thorn- Williams, Barbara Mosley, Wendy wind up our trip at the City Recrea- ting and sharing. -u.i5o 9"16 r j
Late. tion Park. Our students are in train- Phillip Moore,5th grade
New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer Fellowship Meets Feb. 16 Ing for the upcoming Special Olym-
Meeting and Bible Class each Thursday ||Southside School News|| pics being held this summer. A new Valentine's Day Is coming youcml I
7p.m. All members are asked to The Full Gospel Businessmen's Elementary! student is expected? today in Room 20. way. Candied hearts and mint tarts.>ta edt
attend for spiritual strength. Sunday Fellowship of Starke Is planning its a. We would like, to .welcome Dennis Lollipops and gura drops. Valentine's amt
School only Sunday. monthly dinner banquet Saturday On February',12. during a TWI'o.Parent .,\;iThompkinsj/Mr: Thelma Knl ht's" ". .Coheii\uJIW-JPP'; ; !.,'hg ;{ !\ tfp1Nb'f.; asDay. l iSJP i':es.tojj i!.,;1 "v>rnKhtiitwiinnI: >tiai
Church fir' God n 'Chrilltl Each night Feb. 16, at 6-30 P.M. at the Advisory Council Meeting the'students 'fourth grade Robert'PittThan and delighC:: ny.lhe: program h9'4 1g7 ,' iCpadjReddisn,4th grade jiw.ib
Tuesday 8-9 pm. Adult Choir Western Steer Steakhouse on 301 in this program performed Isaac Simmons; from Mrs Donna placed in.Congratulations. ,,.111:1: II
rehearses. Each Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible This month's speaker is Doug several musical numbers for their Gruen's fourth/fifth grade, Donald I'm thinking of a word that I have vM
Band. Friday 7:30: Prayer and Blackall. Doug was born in Grand parents and friends. The musical program Martin and Curtis Knights; from Mrs. heard; It starts with an "L" and ends P.IUOV
pastoral teaching. Morning Worship Rapids Mich and joined the Navy at was planned and directed by Donna Hartley's fifth grade Robin These are the win with an "E". Would you try to find
11:30.: YPWW5:30. 17 years of age. He returned after 20 Bill McRae, music teacher. .' Bryant and Pam Jefferson; from ners of our Valentine songwriting contest this word for me? If you find this word
Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday years service as an E8 Chief Petty Of- Early in the month of March the Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth grade The students in the 3rd-5th please, oh please,will you tell me? Ohf&a I
School 10 a m. Morning Worship 11 ficer. He had a very severe medical Comprehensive Tests of Basic Skills Ron Brown and Jody Baldwin; from grades were involved in the contest in gee Oh gee, it seems to me that I can y.s'*
a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. problem and was hospitalized and (CTBS) will be given to all students at Mrs. Elaine Wood/Ms. Shirley their music classes. I, think we have remember, Oh gee, It seems to me the'jvwtB
Ml. Moriah United Methodist told by his doctors that his heart was Southside, kindergarten through fifth Johnson's fifth grade, Danette Griffis some real talent. Our children are word Is "LOVE" *' Church: Sunday School 9:3O. Morning in such bad shape that he wouldn'tlive grades. and Lamar Williams. much more sensitive than we giver Audra Brantley, 3rdgrade, I'nuo
Worship 11 a.m. There will be a For more than a couple of days. His March 21 is a teacher planning day, ..... jl btiH
mal Musical Tea from 4-8. Everyoneis family was called In to spend the last hence no school that day for students. r-.y-. ate 'iotiN
invited to attend. few hours with him, but through the March 26-28, spring break. Madison St. Baptist lulvff
Pleasant Grove United Methodist power of prayer, his heart was completely Mrs. Carolyn Taylor/Mrs. Maria Card of ThanksWe To Hold Fish Fry
('hurch: Sunday School 10 a.m. Kopelousos' first grade class has been
restored. The doctors were wish to express our sincere Madison St. Baptist Church will
Lovefeast Service 3pm. All baffled but confirmed his healing. studying dental health, during Dental appreciation to everyone for the hold a Fish Fry this Saturday, Feb. ,/I'r.
members are invited to be present. Doug is now working 10 hours a day Health Week, Feb. 3-9. They have flowers and food and other acts of 16, at 6:30: p.m. moa
Notice! The anniversary fdr the for the St. Johns River Managementin been seeing films on proper ways to kindness during the loss of our loved A time of good food and fellowship' Inks
Fellowship of Churches will be held Palatka. He a business at take care of their teeth. On Wednesday
operates one. Special thanks to Archer Funeral Is being planned. The men will be'Swnd':
Sunday, Feb. 24 at New Bethel Baptist Feb. 6 Mrs. Debbie Pervis den
home in his spare time and is presi- Home In Lake Butler. cooking the fish and the women'li *.>
Church. The Young People will dent of the Palatka Full Gospel tal hygienist came and spoke to the The family of r the food to with it. illiCIt
present the program. All churchesare Businessmen's Fellowship. He has class on dental health giving Vada L. YarbroughWe r Everyone preparing is welcomed to come.i9wi
asked to cooperate with the activi- received the baptism of the Holy demonstrations on proper brushingand is-i ortt.
tyFree Spirit and is active in Faith Taber- flossing. The children listened at- wish to sincere \ :1 1"nol)
Canaan True Church of God In nacle and Its local type ministry. tentively as she spoke to them on caring to express our relativesand appreciation MADISON STREET BAPTIST
our neighbors,
I'nity. Monday Prayer Band 7:30 The Full Gospel Businessman's for their teeth. At the end of her SUNDAY: Sunday School9:45a.m. :
friends for the food flowers
p.m. Tuesday Choir rehearses 630.: talk she each child with .
Fellowship is a service organizationand presented telephone calls and other acts of kind- Morning Worship-It a.m.'tHUI'I't
auxiliary of the local church Its' their own toothbrush packet. Youth Choir Practice-5 p.m.,
ness shown us in the loss of our Aunt
Lunch Menu Feb. 13-Feb. 22 objectives are to lift Jesus, testify of Mrs. Donna Gruen's fourth/fifth Julia Thomas. Training-6 p.m., Evening Worship-7' mM
Bradford County Middle the power that Christ can have in your grade welcomes Ms. Lynn Moxley as Mrs.Donnie Mae Yarboroughand p.m. '311'1ril
life right now, to help win the lost and an intern. John Manning Is the A-B WEDNESDAY Mid-week Prayerioli"-
School Vo-Tech School get them into local churches. We invite honor roll student for the last grading Family Service-7 p.m., Church Cholrlfebiloit! ,
and all Elem. Schools everybody to attend. If you can't period._Emanuel Brown t is the libraryaaaiauiiii. Practice-8 p.m. i .$,Mj I
!Monday: Chicken pot pie, buttered come for the dinner at 6:30: P.M., you The Super Slav students j -9moi*.
green peas, carrot stix, applesauce, may come at 7:30: to hear the speakerand in math are John Manning, Emanuel ,.ne.g3moc
cinnamon roll, and milk. program. Brown, and Bernice Collins.
Tuesday: Pig-In.the-blanket, baked Call 473-2702 or 473-2203 for Informa- The Safety Patrol members for the J tfliwyL4R
beans, cabbage slaw, peaches and fourth six weeks grading period are: \ FebrUarV a: nossoli
milk. tion.Next month we will have Steve from Mrs. Iva Jean Harrell's fourth
Wednesday: Beef-a-roni, cheese stlx, Desorbo as our speaker. He is a grade, Stephanie O'Steen and Jody (
tossed salad, apple crisp, hot rolls business consultant, insurance Brown; from Mrs. Carol Clark's f gi:nf'
and milk.Thursday specialist and has a powerful fourth grade, Charles Mullins and ..r.l'ltltl :aboAMl
: Baked turkey, mashed testimony for Jesus. Judson.Jackson; from Mrs.Ernestine

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pears, cheese rolls, and milk. '
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LAWTEY NEWS... l B 1 1 '" -A-.".. .......-11
,.'0 ,*****
By Elisabeth Terry phone 782-J30. Joyed sightseeing! on Saturday after. Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling .- Mr. and Mr H.E. Barnett of Starke!
Grace United Methoriteit..Winner of noon. All of them spent Saturday tended a gospel sing at Bayless and other relatives, in the death of
the Sword Drill In Early Church this night at a motel In New Orleans. The Highway Church on Saturday night. their daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Yates. Pack 673 ,
past Sunday morning was again Terri piston. returned to their home in Mrs. B.L. Wilkison reported that Our prayers are with the children,
WUkftTSon. However, this was afteran on Sunday morning and Mr.
the Foster Lady she was taking care '
extra round when there was'a and Mrs. Anders and their mother. of, Mrs. Julia Thomas passed awayon too.Delbert Webelosh
three way tie between the, Malre Mrs. o.J. Anders,-came to Lawtey, Thursday.Mrs. Jordan of Buffalo, N.Y., Is
and pending a week with his brother and
Love Cary Mize. and arrived late Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Selma Eunice la In Baptist
aI Ister-in-law
Orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Millard Work
practice Is still the first h
of Jacksonville. Her
and third Joyce Futch Blackshear Hospital, daughter- Jordan.
of Heart Tuesday will be,7 p.m. The Singers Ga., spent Sunday until Wednesday In in-law Mrs. Harold Eunice, and Mrs. Wendle Smyth of Jacksonville
Revival at Lake Butler singing Methodist the Starke. She was Monday dinner guest grandson, Phil Eunice of Lake City pent the weekend with her parents, on
on -
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green of visited her on Sunda rtemoon. Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson.
Mar. 17 The Little
choir should try to dinner Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson and their
attend Starke. She was a Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moore and
practice every as they Wednesday will be the evening guest of Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Mr., mother Mrs. Mabel Bo ette, attended Trisha and their mother, Mrs. Fred Carburetor

f for our Revival Mar. lD-22.specialeaturs and Mrs. Truman Norman, Mondayand the wedding of Miss Kathy Woods Moore, visited her son and daughter-
Our and Tuesday supper guest 01 her IOn and David Jensen, of Lakeland on in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore
Fellowship Supper became a daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday Feb. 2. *****
delightful event this and sons, of Lake City on .
past Sunday Benton Futch and Wednesday dinner Mrs. 1.IIcUie T. Ivey went to Sunday.
night as the Jackson Sisters of the The occasion was to celebrate Bob*
Lake Butler United Methodist Church guest of her sister Miss Elizabeth Jacksonville to spend two weeks with birthday from Pack (73 recently Obviously fascinated by

ministered to us in music and song. Terry. her mother. Mrs. J.B. Taylor, Sr.. at Mrs. Virginia Jenkins and her son visited Thornton Salvage to work on a mechanics, are front. row, l-r) Reggie
Mrs. Minnie Coss and Mrs. Jewell Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hunted' of Cathedral Health and RehabilitationCenter and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. carburetor. This field trip will help Lever.cn. Michael West. James

Roberts were with us as we had Tampa, spent the long weekend with on Ashley Street. Robert Jenkins and son Kyle of the Scout earn their engineer badge. Thornton, and Charlie: Griffis. Back I
special supper for the Valentine their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Kelly had astheir Milliard visited their mother and Pete' Thornton of Thornton's row Patrick Dlggs and Roger Rowe.

Sweethearts of Lawtey Methodist. D.O. Brown and daughter Shawna their dinner guest Saturday grandmother, Mrs. O.J. Anders on Salvage, showed the boy a motor. Its Later, the Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts
Much "Love" to those who could not and cousins Mr. and Mrs. Mike sister-in-law, Mrs. Thelma Kelly, of Sunday afternoon. parts, and how the motor runs. went skating.daughter .
Brown and son Mike Jr. Gainesville and their nieces, Mrs.
be with us because of illness.
Nellie Gloer of Jacksonville Merchant
Mrs. Mae Oren of Archer and Mrs.
Many small appliances and good (formerly Nellie Mae Bradley), Jess Hinson of Terri Haute, Ind.

Thrift clothes Store.In our The new new collection location at the is and Mrs. Myrtle Vanzant visited their Mr. and Mrs. John Sheehan and Ronald McDonald House To Open Soon I

across from the city hall. We sister Mrs. C.R. Crews, on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis of Man-
who afternoon. darin, spent Sunday with Col. and
browse. everyone stops, by to Friends of Mike Teston regret to Mrs. Wm Wilson.Mr. Commuting back and forth to bedrooms with common kitchen and Vanessa has cancer. The

Highland Baptist: The church enJoyed learn that he was a surgical this patient week.In and Mrs. H.C. Kelly visited Gainesville everyday Is a fairly com- laundry areas.The house will be own- two motherl shared worries gave

a Valentine Banquet after Bradford County Hospital Our their brother Eustis Kelly, Sr., and mon experience for many people in ed and operated by Friends of RMH, each other support and commuted to
church on Sunday night. They served He came home on Sunday. their brother-in-law A.P. Hallman, In Starke. But commuting that distance Inc., a nonprofit organization com- Shands together.

cake, coffee and bottle drinks. prayers are with him. and North Florida Regional Hospital In with a very sick child can be prised of parents, medical personneland Idea for the Ronald McDonald

Morgan Road Baptist: The churchIs Mr. and, Mrs. Tommy of Barnes and Mrs. Gainesville on Friday afternoon.Mrs. traumatic.For concerned House was brought up by a person
Mr. scheduled
family were guests
having a Valentine Day Sweetheart Mrs. Helen Murphy the daily date for the House Is for who had seen another House (they are
Banquet at the church Friday Feb. 15 Brov. Gordon and family,on Sundayand Tom Casey of Starke visited trip to Shards Teaching Hospital with early next spring. all over the country Dr. Thomas

at 7 p.m. for the Young Peopie.Nwthside Monday of last week.and Miss Linda her mother, Mrs. Fred. Moore on her two-year-old son, Stephen sick Mrs. Murphy who endured the Maile, no longer with Shands,was the
Mrs.Maria Carridine -
Baptist: The Church Is Beach Saturday afternoon. with leukemia was extremely hard. commuting and sleeping on cots for main force behind getting the idea
having a Valentine Banquet on Fri- Carridlne. of Daytona andMrs. Lawtey Dixie Youth Little League Her alternative was to find some kind two years while her son was undergoing rolling.
visited her uncle and aunt Mr. dance, held at the school Saturday, of accomodatlons In Gainesville or to treatment for leukemia said the
day.. Feb. 15 at 7:30: p.m. at the In addition to fund raising efforts by
church. Arlie Dobbs on Saturday.Mr. Feb. 9, from 7 til 11 p.m., was a suc sleep on a cot in the hospital. She did hospital has been unable to do Friends, McDonald's Restaurants in
Smyrna Baptist Church: The and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of cess. There were 5540 In attendance.The that for almost two weeks while anything to accomodate parents. And Jacksonville, Orlando. Daytona
Church win have Homecoming on Jacksonville were Saturday dinner second place winners were Cindy Stephen was kept In the hospital. for children whose parents must Beach, Gainesville and Starke are
Mar: 2. After dinner they will have a guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylow and Kevin Norman. First "There were some parents who leave them there, the overworkednurses donating IS cents for each large orderof
Arlie Dobbs. place winners were Cora Martin and had other childrenat do little to make the
Gospel Sing. Their Revival will begin stay-they can stay french fries purchased.McDonald' .
Mr. and Mrs. David' Kelly and Williams. Thanks to Edward
Monday,Mar.3. Rev. Ron Martin will Mitch home, and there were parents who easier. owners and operators
Justin of Jacksonville spent the Crews for filling In as the D.J. in chairs In the said "When I
be the speaker. ( slept lounges, Stephen was diagnosed, have pledged $123,000 toward the pro-
weekend with their parents, Mr. Mrs. Murphey. didn't nave anyone, really to talk to. .
Lawtey School NewsCongratulations Mrs. George Kelly. Henry Hodges and sons attendedthe That "very common situation"' Is There is no support group. The ject.CBS sportscaster Pat Summerall

: These are the winners Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grider.of Drag Car Races in Gainesville on about to be changed, however, with Ronald McDonald House will providethat has agreed to act as spokesman for
of our Valentine songwriting con Starke were Sunday dinner guests Saturday night. the proposed Ronald McDonald moral support," explained Mrs. the House.!
test. The students In the 3rd-7th their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Deepest sympathy is extended to House to be built within walking. Murphy. She added she didn't meet

grades were involved In the contest In Ben McCulley. Mrs. David Huber,and her parents ,distance of Shands. Mrs. Vicki Powell also of Starke un- For further information on the

their music classes. I think we have Designed to be a "home away from til three months after Stephen started House, contact Mrs. Powell at
Our children ... homethe house will consist of 20 undergoing treatment. Mrs. Powell's 964-6843 or Mrs. Murphy at 964-7287.
some real talent. are St. Edwards 'r' -"""' ''''''''' .rft'r" ""' "r- -.I\ ,
much more sensitive than we give
them credit. Read on for the best 5 Parish Renewel Members were Informed of the

poems. Thanks. Reverend Father John Comey, S.J. World Day of Prayer services to be

Mrs. Drives of Philadelphia Pa., conducted a held March at. the Christian. Church on '************* Servicemen ************** I
Heart parish renewal at St. Edward'sChurch 7.Refreshments
Paper the week Feb.2 thru 8. were served by Mrs.
Roses are red, Violets are blue, onValentine's during these qualities and the demonstratedpotential participated In cold weather trainingon
Ruth and Mrs. weldon.
Citizens Honored Meng Gladys Weeks
Altar Thomas
be with Society
Day I want to you. V.O.A. Unen Shower for Increased responsibilities. Cape Cod.Marshall .
The St. Edward's Altar Society
When all the others are drawing
Is a member of the 38th
honored local Senior Citizens at a Altar Society members gathered at PromotedTo
cards You are making me paper covered dish dinner held January 27 the local Volunteers of America homeon Weeks who entered the Army in Marine Amphibious Unit based at

hearts. Lisa Harley,6th grade in the Parish Hall. Reverend Father Feb. 7 and honored residents witha Army Sergeant September 1963, is a 1957 graduate of Camp Lejeune, N.C.
A.L. Mebane High School, Colorado The exercise which Involved 3,000
Martin welcomed theguests. linen shower and party. Mrs. Wanda
Jung pastor
Thomas J. Weeks son of Clifford
I promise to you hearts and tarts Home welcomed Springs, Colo. U.S. sailors and Marines and three
Richard led the group Sapp, Director
Welty Weeks Lake Butler recently was
And golden harps. I say to you, these In a Sing-along of familiar tunes.Mrs. guests. promoted, to Army ,sergeant first His wife, Minnie Is with him near Navy ships, was designed to test

things are true, Roses are red violetsare Claire Brunetti wag in charge of ar- Gifts of bedroom,bathroom and kit- class while serving as a communications the fort. clothing, equipment and amphibious
blue, Sugar Is sweet, and so are rangements for this affair chen linens were opened by each resi- chief with the 10th Cavalry at techniques under adverse weather
conditions. The exercise
started with
you. Altar Society Meeting dent. Fort Carson Colo. Cpl. Charles
Denise Wadell 4th an amphibious assault and involved
grade landing
Mrs. Claire Brunetti. president, After a group sing-along session,
appointing orders for this pro Participates in Cold
presided at the meeting of St. Ed- refreshments of cakes, cookies, nuts stated"...The Secretary of the infantry training at Camp Edwards -
I saw a little valentine a hanging in TRI Weather TrainingMarine Mass. The training was a
ward's Altar Society held In the candles and punch were enjoyed by has placed special trust and ,
the sky. I could not reach my valen- the prelude to a NATO cold weather exer-
parish hall on Feb. S. Mrs. Mary'Cissy group. ) i in this aoldier'spatriottrifa ....- : Charles W Mar* 'else to be held later this
tine because it was so high. I thoughtIf and Mrs. Jan Powell have altar: Members attending were Barbara ,.,- 'Valor' '" 'and LanceCpl. year. w
could find a cupid beaou\dllhootit.\| care during Feb. Members were informed Anderson, Claire Brunetti, JoAnn abilities.". .' fidelity shall Jr.,son of Mr. and Mrs.CharlesW. : A 1976 graduate of Bradford High
down. And when he shot my valentine of the Spring Deanery Fontaine. Jerry Phillips AntoinetteStefanellI The based Marshall, Sr. of Starke, recently School Marshall Joined the Marine
/II came falling down. My Valentine, Meeting being planned for March 24 Ruth Meng, Mary Cissy, promotion upon Corps In Sept. 1977.

My Valentine, It's so sweet to be at Holy Family Church in Williston. Pat Welty and Dolores Meng.

yours and mine.Jim Plans were made for a linen showerto Mrs.Welty took group Polaroid pic- National FFA Week Is February 16-23
Norman,7th gradeI be held on behalf of the Volunteers tures and presented them to the

of America home on Feb. 7.WE'RE residents. Members of the Bradford Jr. and citizenship among high school voca- l-
saw a Valentine just jumping my tional students. Voca-
Sr. Chapter: Join with nearly 495,000 agriculture
way.A cupid came down from heaven *** other FFA members in the United tional agriculture education in high
above,giving each person a basket of school students for
States in celebrating National FFA prepares careersin
love. If you love someone, and youcan't The largest-known sapphire
CELEBRATING week which starts February 18. agricultural production
weight 916 carats.tt .
conceal Just open your heart Or George's Birthday fI1I' BasstW'Masters Throughout the week the state's 230 marketing processing and service.
and how feel. That's
tell them you
activities to
With CakesForClaMlfledAds 'chapters are planning
what Valentine's Day is to be, A support the theme FFA-Preparlng -

joyful peaceful day.Stephone for Progress. The traditions of FFA

Harper, 5th grade *** have held strong and produced a
mighty work force for food and fiberto
The !roses the flowers, must come meet the needs of our nation and
from the powers of love. The cards Renouned PreacherAt the world. Successful agricultural

and the thoughts that love will have First Baptist Bradford Bas mallten will' hold leaders of today are the testimony.
brought brings the power of giving to their Feb. tournament Saturday Feb. Vocational agricultural educationIs t

us. The love brings us all Dig and Beginning Sunday, March 9. Dr. 16 at Sampson and Rowell Lakes. an American success story of learn-
small the things that some never Herschel Hobbs will preach a week of Tournament will begin at 7:30: a.m. ing by doing. National FFA Week
receive. Remember the Valentine on Revival services at the First Baptist and end at 5:30 p.m. always Includes George Washington's
the card bearing "Be Mine" Comes Church of Starke. Those bassmasters wishing to fish'Rowell birthday In observance of his leader-

from the power of love. For many years Dr. Hobbs was the Lake will launch theirboats at'the ship In promoting scientific farming

Sue Smith 7th grade pastor of The Baptist Hour, the major R.R. trestle and those wishing to practices. ,Washington is consideredthe ,
radio broadcast of the Southern Bap- fish Sampson will launch at CypressRun. patron saint of the FFA and has Freezer
PERSONALS tist Convention. Through 600 radio After those boats are launchedat come to symbolize the FFA al.,

Mr.and Mrs.Johnny Redgrave and stations including short wave broad- Cypress: Run they will motor treasurer. Model EEV161Lo
their sister Miss Cheri Redgrave of casts to the most remote regions of across Sampson to gather at the R.R. According to President Mike Family-size 16.1 cu. It.

Houston. Texas, spent Thanksgiving the earth.Dr. Hobbs preached to over trestle, so plan to be at the trestle at ,Williams Starke. TI a Bradford j ter, freezer food capacity
holidays with their grandmother SO million people each week. 7:20 a.m. Chapter: will have a dress-up day,
Mrs. O.J. Anders. They returned Dr. Hobbs Is a past president of the After the tournament Is over, all field day. A sign will be placed in
home turday, Nov. 24 and their Southern Baptist Convention and boats will m eet back at the R.R. trestle various places around town. To end

grandmother- Mrs. Anders, went pastor emeritus of the First Baptist for the weightin.The this week we will have a work day. AusT
home with them and spent until Feb.2 Church of Oklahoma City.Oklahoma.Dr. reason for this split tournament Organized in 1928. the FFA promotes
with them, at which time her grandson Hobbs will speak twice dally. la, It Is Impossible for some boat togo leadership, cooperation and a.cq. 7.99s
and wife Mr. and Mrs. Johnny There will be a Bible study daily at 10 under the R.R. trestle. /
Redgftve, brought her to New a.m. and evening revival services at We are in hopes that the R.R. tres- Youth Conservation
tle be raised boats ; EEVIe/L
Orleans to meet her son and 7:30 p.m. can so larger can
daug r-in-Iaw. Mr. and Mrs. Billy The public cordially invited to at-' pass under. 0

Anders of Lawtey. All of them en- tend.Legals Corps ccepting

Summer JobAppt e a

IN aMt CIRCUIT Westerly' boundary. 103 Red The Youth Conservation Corps This rang hat these 13 greatfoatuml I'i
COUUtt EIGHTH foot to an "Iron plpa.thnc ; Running Lights
JUDICIAJ CIRCUIT. IN and runs South a9 South W Degrees Cause More Crashes (YCC is now accepting applications
14 Minutes 20 Seconds for summer employment. This
AND PAP. BRADFORD 14 Minutes 20
Degrees with Hid : Floridians, 15-18 I. Unlb"", .,.,.
COUNT FLORIDA. NO. Seconds Wart, along' ..10.SouthaIV West parallel season, will
TALLAHASSEE .- Running red the work- lift-up removable' top.
747, BCHONIAl MORTGAGECOMPANY boundary of Northerly boundary, years old participate in 2.
a aid Saratoga Height 99." feet to an Iron light causing accidents rose five percent team-earn program of Florida's National 2. Removable door. and door
corporation, plaintiff.'v and along the Northerly' pipe; trance North 0 as a contributing circumstance Forests National Parks and .-...
JOHN K CAMPBELL and boundary of Mid NE%. of Degrees 28 Minutes during the tint six months of 1979 other public lands. There will be .. Pomlolnlud steel I groMl,
others, ....ndan. SW%, 469..W foot to an We.1. parallel with Mid over the same period In 1978 said the residential live-in( ) and nonresidential .. Mo-iplllovor, .dg. C=== -
Iron pip for Point of Westerly, boundary. 14* Florida Highway Patrol. opportunities.YCC t. .u.I"IIO boot con*
SlOTKE ginning., From Point of feet to Point of Beginim Preliminary figures also show thatthe is a national program administered rot.
bF SALE ginning' thus describe ing. 1979 total of 5,774 was It percentover by the U.S.Department of 7. low-hwrt oven con'rol.I. .
NotkAjj hereby given ad. continue South, 89 the same six-month period In Agriculture and Interior and state tig S"-wld ..-.
1iIa,. pyruiant order era final)(judgment Second West. along following equipment. Highway Patrol Director Colonel 10. CloMd-door rolling.

of _.,sire entered In told Northerly boundaryand both ,Eldrige Beach said "The Increase In The camps will be coeducationaland 1/. 2-ploc. ....11.. pan. .
Ha oIIo .caplionad ocIon. along gold Southerly. Ono bedroom, ana driver disregarding traffic: signals last M weeks. Workers will earn 12. tog l levelers an all four-
I *nl). sell!! the pro- boundary. 121." tot to GUM Homo. could stem from the fact that there minimum wage. legs.

ford pony Ifvatod (In rod-' ,an Iron pip: thence Wall Swimming to Wall pool Carpallng. are more drivers In Florida but running In Florida, the Department" of Interior I*. Incrgy-Mvlng. iMuktttMi
County Florida. South 0 Degrees 30 Redwood fence a red light Is extremely dangerousas will employe 285 youth while
dMc'l.....01'TOWNtlHtP Minutes..,. 234.99 loot "
6 SOUTH thence well as poor driving manners. the state grant program will hire 210.
1IA "22 EAST to North an) Iron*9 pipe Degrees: 30 at public tola to' the. The study also shows that careless The Forest Service will employ 138

Soctlo$20-: : A panel of Minutes East 100 foot to highest. and best bidder driving baa also Increased as a con conservationists In the followingareas SAWYER-SIADE
for cash at the. ml door tributing circumstance in accidentsto ,
and tyM in the Hi% of, an Iran pipe: hence :
SW'/i of) wild SMtlon. South 83 Degrees ,'S1 of the Bradford County C9400 In 1979 from",535 in 1978 and Apalachicola National Forest 33

"-" porjc! being moro Minutes 30 Second I...,. Courthouse InStorho, .82,143 In 1977. non-residential, 40 residential;.
leulatly, described asat ,"69 foot to oo Iron Florida at ":00 a.m. on Following too closely as a contributing Osceola National Forest 30, non- GAS & APPLIANCE,

bws.4men& pipe, \ithanca South 73 the '3rd day of March. circumstance has decreased residential; Eglin:. AFB, 33, residential ,
Dog,_ 4* MlnutM 30 '1980. i slightly In accident during the same -
at the. Nor.Inoait Seconds I...'. 3O.33 "'t Ollbartl I S': frown.Clark .. six-month period. -
earner of told to an Iron pipe: thane* i of the' Circuit ,"It Is true that failure to yield Uw Applications) are available from = 332 W. Madison St.
E lit of p W V (being also 01 Cau,'. '.": /./Tony* ;
South S9 Dogma ,right-of-way drinking Improper turn high school guidance counselors, -
he SauA Mt corner oft minutes lest S3 fool roan Hodges: Deputy CUrk. and are leading factors Officeof 964-7701 ;
tor Forest Service offices and the :
t 4. f block I ofratogJMvlgril ,irons pipe located on; Smith. Hulaoy crashes" said Beach? Environmental Education In1'
*. Unit .; Westerly boundary Schwnlba Michel At-\ ; Gas stOAt
the for Plaintiff SCO "but other seemingly"unimportant Tallahassee. Applications must be Offer Available At All, Sawyer

::iE.'..,thereof..co Book J., of Pratt the. street right-ol-wov; thence of Bar"tomays*"" ,Sank. Building. .driving faults bring about traffic' 'returned by March 15. Selection will Starke. Jax.. Jax. ";(,Or* r; Cove and Lake City.p" .

the Public North 0 Degrees JS Jacksonville., Florida deaths too. Remember driving needsyour be made 6 random ,process uaing(, -._ .
full attention so give it'r, t .1'161''"** -
aids aid County) Minutes w..,. long told 32202. 2/14 Ztchg 2/21. :.conp iters.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF written defenses if any the original with the pursuant to" the TO REGISTER I Oo22'43" East 200.00 Intend to register sold required, WITHIN THREE :
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL to It. on the Petitioner clerk of this court either fictitious Name) FICTITIOUSMAMIE feett theme run North fictitious name under the MONTHS FROM THE -

CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Attorney whose name bolero service on petitioner's Statute!% Chapter No: within 30 days from this 03W17" West 310.00 provisions, ol aforesaidstatute. DATE OF THE FIRST',,

BRADFORD COUNTY and address l I. Paul D. attorney or Im- 20953. Laws of Florida date. The application Is Pursuant to Section feet to a concrete monument I PUBLICATION OF THIS <

FLORIDA. Newell P.O. Box 654. modlotaly thereafter: 1941 as amended by on file at the City Hall S65.09, Florida Statutes, ; thence run North lab Gordon Enterprises NOTICE to file with the ;,_
Civil., Action Case No. Keystone Heights otherwise a judgmentwill Chapter No. 26760. Laws Community Development notice Is hereby given 13"07'I7" West 210.00 Inc.t owner. clerk of' the above court

8040. Florida 32656 and (lie be entered for the of Florida 1951, and by office, 209 Thompson that the undersigned feet to a concrete monument Dated this 24th day ol a written statement of \ .
IN RE The marriage of the original with the relief demanded In the Chapter No. 67-209. St., Slarke, Florida. Steve Hayes. 993 A and the Point of January A.D. 1980 In any claim or demand. : :

LEON OTTIS RIDAUGHT. clerk of the above.styled petition. Laws of Florida 1967 beIng 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. far North. Tempi Avo., Beginning:. thence continue Bradford County.. 1/24 they may have. Each ,-?..
Husband and MARIA AN. court on or before' March WITNESS my hand and Section 86S.09 public review. Studio, Fla. 32091. doing North I3W17" 4chg 21., .. claim, must be In writing ,.:,;.'
NETTE RIDAUGHT Wife. IB, I960 otherwise a seal of this Court on Florida Statutes, will Jerry Wadsworth business under the firm West 30.00 feel to a con. and must Indicate the 'u

NOTICEOF judgment may be February 4, 1900. register with the Clerk of Community Development name of "STEVE HAYES crete monument; thence NOltrE: Of' basic lor the claim the -",..,
ACTIONTO entered against you 'for GILBERT S. BROWN the Circuit, Court In and Director. Itchg CONSTRUCTION. 353 A run North 56<33'27" West INTENTIONTO name) end address of the -'.'

: MARIA ANNETTE the relief/ demanded in Clerk of the Court. BY for Bradford County 2/14. North Temple Avenue, 95.50 feet to a concrete REGISTER creditor his agent or :..?

RIDAUGHT 3710 Alton the complaint or Petltlon /s/Marlan McRae, DEPUTY Florida. upon receipt of Starke.; Fla. 32091 In. monument thence run FICTITIOUS attorney and The ,.',".,1';
Street. Malaria, Louisiana CLERK. 2/7 4tchg proof of publication of tends to register' said fictitious -' North 2049'57" East NAME amount claimed. II the

70002. WITNESS my hand and 2/28.. this notice, the fictitious NOTICE OF name under the 30.00 feet to a concrete Pursuant. to Section claim Is not yet due, the :V',,'
YOU ARE HEREBY seal of laid Court this name, to-wlt: BROWNSREFRIGERATION PUBLICHEARING provision of aforesaid Monument; thence run 865.09 Florida' Statutes date when It will become
NOTIFIED that an action 1 18th day of January PUBLIC NOTICE under The District III Mental' statute; North 711 IM8" East notice It hereby given due shall be stated. If .'::-J!
for Dissolution, of which I It Is In business In the claim Is 'AT' .
Marriage 1980. The Bradford County Health Board. Inc., will Steve Hayes owner. 263.78 feet to a concrete that the undersigned contingent
hat been filed and Gilbert S. Brown. As School Board Storks the City of Starke, hold a public hearing of Dated this 3let day ol monument on the William, Wilson, Jr.. 444 unliquidated the nature Anol !

you arc required to Clerk ot the Court By: Florida will hold a Public Florida. the County Commission January. A.D. 1980 in Westerly right of way W. Madison St Starko,. the uncertainty shall -
serve a copy of your 's/BeulahM. Moody As Hearing on ProposedRule That the party Interested meeting Room, 4th Floorof Bradford County. 1/31 line of Ridge Road Fla. 32091. doing be stated. If the claim' Is >'!<&
it.,. .. -', 6,. In said business .acured the '.'
Slaw y or 5214, for Terminal the Alathuo County 41pd 2/21. thence run South business under the firm security ,
1/31 4tchg 2/21. Leave Pay For Non- enterprise Is as follows* Administrative Building. 1I02'37" East along sold name of "WILSON'S hall be described. The ,.;,;!

Instructional Retirees, on BROWN'S HEAT & AIR Gainesville beginning at IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf Westerly right of way FLORIST"., 444 W. claimant shall deliver uJ!

FIORILAJIDREALTY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT February 18.' 1980 at 7 INC. 7:00 p.m. on Feb. 20. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL line 150.00 feet to a concrete : .. Madison St., Starke, Flo.32O9I. sufficient copies of the If,r"
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL p.m., In the School BoardRoom //George W. 1980. The purpose of this CIRCUIT IN AND FOR monument: thencerun Intend to claim to the clerk.. to :.'r'
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR of the Bradford Brown. President. 2/7 hearing Is to create a BRADFORD COUNTY, South 834757" West register sold fictitious noble the clerk to mall -o.)

Phone 44-770O BRADFORD COUNTY. County School a 4tpd 2/28. forum for private FLORIDA. CASE NO. 237.39 feet to the Pointof name under the, provisions one copy to each Peronol fcq,
citizens, elected officials 80-8-CA. Beginning Representative.I ;
393 N Temple Avenue flORIDA. Administrative Offices. of aforesaid tI'M
582 North Temple consumers of sar- HECTOR L. OWNBEYand has been filed against statute. All persons Interested'I

CASE NO. 79-546 Avenue, Starko, Florida. CITY OF STARKE vice, or others to provide VERA E. OWNBEV you and you ore requiredto William Wilson Jr.. In the estate to whom a ._
If you want a good buy 3 Copies of this proposed NOTICIECIFFILING Input regarding the his wife. Plaintiff vs ARTHUR serve a copy of your own.r. copy of this Notice of Administration ,.
B. Roam. I'/t' Bath horn I IN' RE: THE ADOPTION Rule 5214 may be obtained AN APPLICATIONFOR proposed District Services BALLARD STONE.and written defenses, If any Dated this 31st day ol has been .V'J
with Income producing from the COMMUNITY Plan for 1980-81 JEFFERY E. ROBERTSand to it on MYRON C. January. A.D. 1980 In mailed are required '1,1
property adjoining. PERRY BY: RENE GAR. Superintendents Officeat DEVELOPMENT BLOCK and to give Interested ELDEANA ROBERTS PREVATT. JR.. Plaintiffs Bradford County. 1/31 WITHIN THREE MONTHS ">'"
CIA HER STEP FATHER. 582 North Temple GRANTFUNDS persons a voice In decisions his wits Defendant. Attorney whose addressIs 4tchg 2/21. FROM THE DATE OF THE ',.

3Vi ac In South part o' Avenue, Starke, Florida. affecting the AMENDED P.O. Drawer 798, 'FIRST PUBLICATION OF1'11
county. 5.000)( .00 cash. NOTICE ACTIONTO OF This Is In compliancewith The City of Starke has delivery of community NOTICE OF Nightingale at Palmetto > THIS NOTICE to file any 'will'

Mr. Charles Florida Statutes.Chapter filed an application for a mental health and ACTIONTO Keystone Heights IN THE CIRCUIT COURT objections they mayI
10 ac. 20*> down lair In- I P.O. :BON Perry 73-310 as Community Development alcoholism services. The : JEFFERY E. Florida 32656. on or FOR BRADFORD COUNTY have that challenges theih 1
tereit rate. Good location. Illinois 62882.337. Sandoval enacted by the ))974 Block Grant for District Board Is aclth.n' ROBERTS and ELDEANA before February, 28 FLORIDA. PROBATE validity of the Dece.dent's ,'>,/

YOU ARE NOTIFIED Florida Legislature Fiscal Year 1980 from the group and ROBERTS. Ills wife 1980 and file the DIVISION File NO.BOlo.CP. Will the qualifiedtlone ,. "

3 B. Room. I '/. Bath and 2 I that an action for Adoption Thomas L. Ca..y.Jr" Department of Housingand needs the input of any RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. original with the Clerk of of the Personal !r.,r
and all persons Interested YOU ARE HEREBY this Court either before Representative, or the ,
acres of land Financing has been filed, and Urban Development.Citizen In re: ESTATE OF : ,
Superintendent of objections to In Its planningand NOTIFIED that an action service on Plaintiffs Attorney FRANZ F.J. TAMM. venue or jurisdiction of .,-r.,
available good Interest are required toserve
you Schools the filing ol the application coordinating role. A to foreclose a Contractfor or Immediatelythereafter Deceased. the Court. ,tALL
rotel.Evenings. a copy of your of this Deed the following CLAIMS :.. ..
written defenses If January 23 1980 must be made to copy on ; otherwise a NOTICE OF .
to It on Petitioners any attorney 2/7 2tchg 2/14. Department of Housing Plan It on file and may property In Bradford default will be entered ADMINISTRATIONTO DEMANDS. AND OBJEC. :....
: P'ease call whose and Urban Development be reviewed at the local County. Florida against you far the relief All PERSONS HAVING TIONS NOT SO FILED
and '
Vernie P. Odom Broken. address II name TRADE NAME 661 Riverside Public Library or In the A parcel ol land demanded In the Com CLAIMS OR WILL BE FOREVER BARRED "'
: J.J. .
CRI.Phone Office of Clerk of Court. situated In Section 12.Town.hlp' ,
<94-5476 WOLBERT JR. P.O. Box LAW Ave. Jacksonville, plaint. DEMANDS AGAINST THE
Florida 32207.Complaints. Itchg 2/14 South, Range WITNESS hand and ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL Date of the first
Pearl Andrews 964-773 II 1086 Starke, rionaa (Notice Under Fictitious my :" .
22 East Bradford' Coun. the seal of this publication of .this Notice "
132091 before Name law) to DHUD Court on OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
Doll ,
L. G. 944-7591
H March 5..079.0to nd .file Notice Is hereby gl".nthat regarding the application NOTICE OF ty Florida being lot 20 of January 23. 1980. IN THE ESTATE: of Administration : ',10 should be made INTENTIONCREAL an unrecorded map of GILBERT S. BROWN' YOU ARE' HEREBY February 14. 198O. -
----- I the undersigned !SEMINOLE RIDGE UNIT ..... .-..-.RR .-.... ;n..... .I.-. ..;. "'._....9'r'rft..r...... .mu._. .m...._. uu'_-' lo/Wllbur Rood Neal .11.1
NO. 6 as surveyed by BYsBeulah M. ministration of the As Personal; I RepresenT; :
11: (SlouerReg. Joseph G. Knapp Moody. Deputy Clerk. estate of FRANZ F.J. of the Estate of ,t4):>
3lnin] Surveyor dated) January 1/31 41chg 2/21. TAMM. deceased File FRANZ F.J.. TAMM \ '.I.-1!

Real Eliot Broker 29. 1974 said parcel being Number 80-10-CP. Is Deceased .
ESTATE! .more particularly pending: In the Circuit ATTORNEY FOR PERe:
1 SOW.Call ) described as follows,: NOTICE OFINTENTION Court for Bradford Coun SONAl REPRESENTATIVE 1 HH

Stork* Commence at a concrete ty. Florida. Probate Division : Paul D. Newell ,-,:

964-5527 monument at the TO REGISTER the address of P.O. Box 654. Keystone .'. ,.
Southeast corner dot said FICTITIOUS which Is P.O. Drawer B, Heights.. Florida 32656. '

'. Special Section 12 an run NAME Starke. Florida 32091. 904/473-4928. 2/14 2tchg ,.'I M'
North 06'22'43" East The personal representative 2/21.
2 Trailer, Parks along the East line of Pursuant to Section of the estate Is

0'I trailer park 1)) trailer' Approx. 6 acres. Fenced Section 12 a distance of 865.09 Florida Statutes, Wilbur "Red" Neat MM__ fAre

$63000 2483.45 feet 'to 'a concrete notice Is hereby given whose address Is P.O. you running out of "_

M' trailer pork 11 trailers. 2 BR frame hou... barn op monument on the that the undersigned Bob Box 449 Keystone space to rile your <. *

pro 22 acres. fenced pastureland. $113000 LARGE STROUT REALTY Inc Northerly right of way Gordon Enterprises, Inc. Heights Florida 32656. records? We have Inexpensive ,

down payment Owner will finance balance Reg. Real Estate Broker line of Grove Road, Route 3. Box 266 Storke, The name and address of storage boxes :'
We Handle Rentals thence run South Fla. 32091 doing .the personal representative that work well for '
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCETHE 89S5'00" West along business under the firm 's attorney are set ,. ,
Call and .
said Northerly right of name of "GORDON AIR storage. today .:,.. ,
o.' BR 4 Bo Home $300 mo ASSOCIATION OF forth below: let us tell you about them. ;
line ZOO.00 feet to a CONDITIONING AND
03 BR LAKE HOUSE Furnished Feb S250 Mo. way All persons having '"
May Office Shop 110 W. Call ,
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MRS. LORRAINE CHAMPION AssociateWITHTHEWORLD'S concrete monument: HEATING. Route 3. Box claims or demands .,
thence run North 266 Startle, Fla. 32O91 the St.. 984-5764.
estate are
I warehouse conditioned,
on US 301. Air office Great

'oca t ion
1 Tackle and Bait business Large Inventory.One LARGEST REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATION '

city block in downtown Starke. just waiting, for the !
right business. Great opportunity for downtown mail.I .Al4 : -- ):/1.11<.1 '1':'

1 large warehouse approx. ::6.000 sq ft. Needs roof and 6.66"STROUT Ralph Bryan ReaJfst x -' d ":
repairs Hat floor and standing, walls $41.000. REALTY Inc. 1900
Final) Estate Broker .
INVESTORS DREAM Reg. 310 W. Call St. Starke,( m '
Income Property Will Pay For Itself 838 N. Tempi Aws ,

01 1 small apartment complpv "-- ymon'i special! 4 ren Stark. Fla. 32091 LISTINGS WANTED (Cor. US 301 & Call Street) 064-8788 1..1.3. I "

101 units possibly, 5. $34.3, l

0'1 large frame house Ns -pair.. Residents, or 4 ,NATIONWIDE BUYER & SELLER REFERRAL SERVICE WESTERN AUTO. ,

apartments ((4 BR 4 BA) $51.50O. REALTY .;
01 1 2 BR frame house Apartment on side Zoned commercial LIT US BUILD A CUSTOM HOME FOR YOU ON OUR LOTS .

S28500. -M.; ON SR 2301 or COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES. .
VA .,.

*'3 BR I Ba. Greenhouse NEW Zoned LISTINGS Commercial C LAR KNow LOTS A ACREAGE ... \.ij PHONE 9fM.7776

.? Apartments Downstairs. 3 BR 2 Ba Upstairs Living REALT. FAULKNER TIREHLTY FOREST HCTS. Restricted % acre, lots $2.300 and up CICILIA
Quarters Rent will help pay mortgage Terms TERWILLEGAR
,205 N. StOfke
9&4-50&5 >fA," .
Please call us to list your pop.rty.John !Ir.4.11
E. Glover ROLLING HILLS (Bayless Highway) I acre I up $3.500 t WE'RB ,PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE I'
IN up-10 down. .
Reg. Real Estate Broker homo new a,

Lu Green Sanders Associate everything. 3 BR. 2 Both 'I' ,
2305 N. T.mpl.Av.. LAWTEV 3 acres I up. $3.000 par acra farms.
fully equipped kitchen FHA-VA B Conv. Financing Available' 7.11 acres wall polo a septic *1 ,300. SPECIAL .-its'

great Starko floor and plan.Keystone Closa, to 10 DAYS ONLY 10 acres pipes 22.000 4 24000. I Trailer Lot $..000.00 \:

3BR. IB, 3 acre vs/nlce fish pond. $14,900. :
I 20% down Brownie, Road .
Heights. S40.500. :
I US 301 N. M.3S Acres with WO' en 301 $54.500 farms. :

r / :.f. 3 BR, 1% B. 12 sotf&lytJa'" on 3 acres. $10,900. It.I ,.
Immaculate '
countrybrick I 150 Acres All or part. Owner ready to sail Make An
R*> state Broker homo, features a COMMERCIAL a INCOME PROPERTY I Offer$ IT PAYS TO CONSULT A R E ALTORWE :

301 North Trait Motel lawtoy large master bedroom, NEED LARGE TRACTS OP LAND HAVE CLIENTS } .,:
Washington St. lot with building a chain link
Office 782-3931 Horn 712-3.194 prIvacy fence around patio fence-SIS.OOO. GRAHAMs ACREAGE rrft:
and largo attached + 2 +home+fish pond-Rd. 230A 13500. ..11'
Hwy." 301 N approx. 2 acra with CB homo, owner Inane- 70 acres, with 3 BR handy man house 1.400 par ac,.. acres
garaga. This 3 BR, 2 Bath 2.4 acres Hampton 5.500 owner financed. "W
SECLUSION and the convenience ed.
home can bo yours for 5.S Presbyterian Church ft Hoipltal. $39.000.
SOMETHING SPECIAL of living In town 3 -Sta.lIulldlng downtown. Call it. Over 3000 square._. HOMES acres near
$42.300. Good assumable *&.I& .. GrIHIs timber 10.500 Owner fin.
ALL NEW very spacious Br, 2 Ba CB home with Concrete block homo 3 BR 2 baths Family roam CHI- act Loop
mortgage. I 13 301 a Rd. S3V.OOO Owner fin. ;
homo ,in Country on 3 Ac CH A Fireplace. In Living ACREAGE Inside utility separata storage closed garaga ax acres Morgan
3 Br 2 Ba with CH A. Rm Separate efficiency Hwy" lOOW-BeautHul 79 acres, only$1.000. per acra vary callanf location rice' lot $40,000. *20 acres 301 N. Railroad prime' Owner fin. .';1
If you're handy with a hemmer *, 13 acres $17.000.,
Charming brick fireplace can help make the mortgage good terms. .
you'll save an *J & Homo off rd.. 12S barn fenced 24900. .
BRAND acres \
,n Fm Rm Built-in payments Located slot acres Marian County Owner financed. NEW 4 homos Low down payment Interest
Vacuum Byt.m. All this on 2 60 Ac. Owner f,inane automatic SI 000. This 5 acres, Hwy 225. good land. pasture, 2,750 per ..C'2'10 .. rate to qualified buyer. 10 acres 4 BR 2 Ba brick, Rd. 125 Homo with axtras. 'f"1
home Is surrounded by 3 : 12 acres Rd. 225 Nice homo 3 BR 2 Ba CrUA 43500. ::1.0 :
and more for $54 000. ing available' 66500. 1tC'.. Hampton area Includes well septic light
quiet acres. 22500. pole' terms. 2 BR Block' In walking distance to town en 100 175 lot- 14 acres Brewnlae Rd. 3 BR 2 Ba CHB $44.500. ..,.."
Something 'for the HANDYMAN -21 301 South. room for largo garden $21.000.H.ndm.n 4 acres Moot 2 BR 1 Ba off Rd. 125 $13,000. ..
Must to acres Hwy
eo approciate
4 Br Frame home in Designed for efficiency. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 'f'J'l
490 29 Vt .. 12' 70' M.H. Can. H/A. 2
Stucco homo nestled under pecan trees. ocr. x
the protective branches of. the Country on 1 Ac Thll beautifully kept 3 Br, 2 MH hookups. 26 ecros In Improved pattura. '_ed. Special'Ixcllent location 414 W. Adklns 301 large bldg.' M acre $".BOB Owner Inancad. 't.1111.. (

fine Pecan Tree and old Owner wants to Retire, Bath homo will save you -Good location. 30 acres, half wooded half Improved frame LR _t.l., kitchen wI"., 4 BR IVi Ba .chain Great property acres from Holiday Inn. Owner fin.. qouM)

historic, Oak Trees A very Call today Only $27.000. money on utility bills pastura creek frontage, partially fancad. link lance nice tool shad $14.000. Store a opts. 301 27500. Owner financed. *

lovely setting for a 3 Br ACREAGE Large Small large brick fireplace Is the 13.65 acres LAKE BUTLER ARIA. IB.500. Owner will 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd 14 E Owner financed. Ci.tG"fl:
horn A lot of home for OWNER FINANCING focal point of the 25 x 14 flnanca. GRAHAM Very neat 2 or 3 BR framo homo on I acre with Home (commercial) A cottage $22,500 Owner financed. 1.I :

the low price of $25 500.VERY LOW DOWN living and dining room. carport and Ig. utility bldg. 26000. I *3 buildings on Call Apt. upstairs Owner financed.
PAYMENTSF Melrose araa. $51.500. HOMES 404 N. Cherry 2 large furnished Apts. Owner fin. W

-3 bedroom, I bath en I acre, nice tr.... 17.500. Terms. KING St.1Y LAX.> $500. ", Income 4 rentals Call a Bay 155.000.1'1!
Its the extras that count. -3 BR, I Both on city lot fenced 13.900. under removeI I Brick duple: with W ft. on water Sis.500. Apt. complex 301 $70.OOO good cash Mow Owner fin. I i',III.IM41.
Come and add them up LOTS FOR INVESTMENT :" ,
yourself In the CB builders -2'/ acre 2 BR I Bath 19.500.10 CROSBY LAKE! *7 TRAILER LOTS BROWNLEE RD. Iliad
Y'B homo. Quiet wooded .,". Scrota with 3 BR. 2 Bath C/B home CrlBA. chain link 2 BR I Ba from home with 65 ft. on water with. SO .It. $4 OqO PER LOT 20% DOWN. ..!4..t
lanced let.Keystone. .
over Vt .acre Just reduced I forced yard, many fruit traea, several pecana, fenced. B dock. $40,000.STRAWBERRY *1 act.. wall tank alec., pump house util.bldg.$5,500..1.4

POWELL cress-fenced poolu,.. 2 smell ....n.. Termi Lot 4 Butler Court $390. 1 "lll
37.aOO. Sauthgate-3BR 1 Bath family room. carpet. A/C unit. ACRES .I.tlfullat near Country Club 1OO'124' $5 500 Rd. 230. ,4-, :

nice comer lot. $2B.5OO. Tarms. Country Estate Large 2-slory Capo Cod on 14 beautiful Commercial next to Tarwlllagar Realty l5O'xl5O'. if.,

ESTATE 40 acres and 0' virgin land Good live Hwy 225. stone .exterior nlca. 2 64. Bath with 4 acres lanced and cross fenced acros.LAWTIYl I Hampton Oaks lot 125 $7100 pretty tress Owner fin. ,
pines. under cultivation barn and garaga comb., fenced.Klngsloy .I Call St. commercial 23*' x W $19.500 Owner fin. W.IV7

1IIN. Walnut SI. ,..-.... 24 his sound, Investment.llnancad.Ganovs Clay. take area, 2 acres, 4 kodroom 1 .bath, 2-stary I Season Rd trees Best neighborhood. $4000 Owner : .nrl: ifin.
county Owner lovely landscaped yard.Groat Crow your own Strawberries on this appro 2 acros an I WA,

Properties Wanted For DevelopmentWE lake Room IB' x 25' with fireplace. Separate dining Rd. 225 has 2 BR frame, house t shad $18.125. .3 Country Club lots I Act.. each S4050 each Owner firs .J

WILL BUY DIRECT residential' room. Study. 3 bedrooms 2 baths, 2 oc.... lie..... Must 3 rentals en nice' largo lot. Includes 2 BR Irame house, Call St commercial 100 x tttf $ .900 Owner '1... .tff.ly
NO COMMISSION INVOLVED Eitot f..choice ._. Good terms. 24x14 daublowlde. MH ((3 BR 1% Bo) A UxoO MH ((3 BR Ion PREFERRED moron

lot i. many frees and Brookar Areas Three bedroom. I bath concrete black ) monthly Income $4SO..S4'.000. Historical 554 N. Cherry 5690 sq. H. 12 rooms 2'/t

IF YOU WANT TO TURN YOUR beautiful surroundings.Starting homo. Contra! heat elr. Fenced back yard. Oeod loca Now 2 BR homo with Greet Room A Fireplace CHB en 4 baths B fireplaces a .beautiful Lots Owner '1... Usa
PROPERTY INTO CASH CALL BILL POWELL at $7,000.Commercial tion. Only $29,900. acres an paved....".. $45,000 Includes tractors disk. hor- ,Imagination 11 .

Ofc. 944-4444 .... 'U.7915 raw.. TWO BEDROOM HOMES'J
Over Two Hundred lots Building HOMESITIS J" 517 Wostmorelend 2 BR 1 B furn.$15.500. Owner lln.
Inside City of Storks Far Sole Staiko Control Heat a Crasby Links restricted homeeltes brak..-__. Terms. MANY, MANY OTMtmOON Lake St. Ocala Black trees 27500. Owner financed. A

Special Prlcec for T.n.,More Air, approx. 1293 sq. tt.r ..'3 acres $2.000. In town. .'.v I 'r BI SOIIIY YOU DIDN'T CAUIIVEMINOSr I MOBILE HOME Rd., IOOA, SW Neat "Rlcherdson" $3400. ''''!PO!
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Also Sollclfs listings Susan M. Faulkner-Realtor J.Evenlnge9445044 96"4 '*431 Cantor St. S M I B. Walk everywhere. 26000. ..i .rI'
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Office or Associates down payment be$. REALTOR ASSOCIATES .;; t44-$3IB > neighborhood 1301 Bearing 3 BR 2B CHB.A garage. 'I'' ,.
Mary Hamilton. 944-4235 Irene, ._,.._ Comfortable home M 1
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CWO (Rat) Dam Delontlogo 944 5375 monthly payments ofS30S Veda M. lottI..-..... ;..-..". .. Dpi j .Moee> VIckI Powell I Realtor Associates Martha Darka .eH ;',

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Two Shot During rifle. She came out and fired a shot No InjuriesIn
Armed RobberyTwo down the road. When Fiqueroa pulled 2-Car' Crash Wynn Parker of Gainesville, was of Cardin's automobile, according to
over to talk with Simmons she fired traveling west on SR230. A 1979 Pontiac the Florida Highway Patrol report. CHERRY CAKE?
employees of Kentucky Fried another shot.Simmons driven Steven Cardin, of Estimated
No one was injured in a two-car by damage to the vehicleswas With classified ads
Chicken were shot Sunday during an was booked Into the Brad- wreck Saturday evening on SR-230 Hampton,pulled out onto SR-230 from 1700. Look In Section B for Ad
armed robbery and a 20-year old ford County jail and later released on near Country Club Road.A Country Club Road. Parker failed to Parker was cited for careleus driving
Starke man was arrested after turn her own recognizance. 1976 Volvo( driven by Richard slow down and slammed Into the back .
ing himself in to Bradford County
sheriffs. s
The employees.Julla Harris 20( "
and Gerald Smith, 19, were shot after ECKERD OPTICAL'S 2 PAIR SALE
Ralph James Humphrey, of Starke, "
reportedly entered the store and robbed tz] The first pair is a great value. e '
the safe. After emptying the safe, ,5
Humphrey ordered the two Into the PKE Now save 25% more on any ei
cooler. He then began shooting Miss "
Harris ran out of the cooler and threwa second pair.
chair at her assailant, e..
police reports Get any second pair OiECked OptICal glasses 25 oil wren
said.Humphrey PEOPLE TRUST ECKERDS FOR they r*the second pair you order at ihe same' .limp. -',iin |he

hours after turned the incident himself and in three was QUALITY PRESCRIPTION SERVICE;..*! low, low prices) same prescriptionIch'

charged with two counts of attempted
murder and one count of armed rob
bery. He remains in the Bradford
County jail without bond. Starke
police officer W.K. Mcintire is Investigating
the Incident in conjunction
with the sheriffs department.Miss .
Harris is in Shands Teaching
Hospital in Gainesville In stable con-
dition. She suffered two gunshot
wounds that pierced her left side and
arm. Smith also remains In Shands in
good condition. He was shot once In tORA
the arm.
Humphrey a former employee of
Kentucky Fried, was fired three
weeks ago for not showing up for a for
work. Miss Harris, assistant aLLVs
said she 6 r
manager was always"waryof
him." She recalled he was very
quiet and"always stared at us."
Miss Harris said In an interview WELCH'S
with the Gainesville Sun that she had PLANTERS IVORY
already been shot two or three times GLEEM COCKTAIL GRAPE LIQUID l KORDITE
when she ran from the cooler into the
kitchen and then Into the dining room. TOOTHPASTE PEANUTS JELLY DETERGENT r RASH BAGS
"He(Humphrey)kept following me 7-oz.tuba Vacuum True fruit 7 i Plastic with tleUPS. -
and shooting at me," she said. Smith 8S-. dec!) fighting 69." packed. 6tt- 89. flavor. 32-oz 80' to hands, } BOX Of 40.
played dead. with fluoride. oz. tin. REG. REG. $1.19 i REG $1.29 20 gallon. REQ
Miss Harris said she threw the LIMIT 1 03 LIMIT 1 LIMIT 1 LIMIT 1 yy $3.79 LIMIT 1 .
chair at the robber's face and pushedhim -s..
into the kitchen and out the backdoor 4 fOALLON 4f IA y L b ., ';..'
although she fell along the way. KEYSTONE _- ;.
She figures he finally fled because his %- ;
out of bullets.
gun was
She plans to return to work. Miss ROSE MILK VICKS PICNIC JUG WIPES Bullt-ln flash Uses 110
Harris said after her estimated six- SKIN CARE LOTION i I VAPORUB Heavy duty poly- Many household drop-In film ,
to eight-week convalescence, but she 8-oz. bottle skin S-oz..jar relieves ethylene wide mouth uses. Reusable. REG. $24.99
will keep a gun. softening lotion.LIMIT 1 colds misery. III for easy filling & REG. 59- EA. LIMIT 2 .
"I was never able to shoot. I don't LIMIT 1 REG.$2.29 9Vi
like the idea of killing somebody." 79= :
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Maryland Felon i 1cleanl .. 'i

Held in StarkeA
24 HOUR 'i
held In VASELINE :
Maryland man was being
Bradford County jail Monday night. DEODORANT INTENSIVE CARE SOFTTOUCH :
waiting to be sent back to Maryland to 8.oz.aerosol.2 BABY POWDER ;. PENN HOUSEHOLD DURACELL
face second degree murder charges. fragrances LIMIT 1 24-oz.family size TENNIS GLOVES ALKALINE :
Gerald H. Johnson.21, is wanted by ,csn. LIMIT 1 (i' BALLS j Pro'ectshands.' BATTERIES ;!
the Calvert County Sheriffs office in 77 Assorted sizes '
Prince Frederick Md., BradfordSheriff's 99<<1 Champlol1shlpquallty. REG.' SO* PR. "AA"size,for calculators .
deputy Don Denton said Yellow only. LIMIT 2 PR. + radios & photo r '. .. '1
Monday. REQ $239 equipment. I .. .. I :
Denton and Clay County Sheriff's .. --'- CAN 99 ,2.0 0 "ACK" .. :
deputy Leon Green picked up the WHITE RAIN ''VISINfe"' ,,... OF VI ,of -......... !
suspect Saturday after_spotting him. HAIR SPR'KY'r.1'i"+ = ,., PAIR :.
In a vehicle in Keystone Heights,Den- 7.5 02 aerosol,2 EYE DROPS 3 4 REG. $2.99
ton said. He said the officers stoppedthe types. LIMIT 1 .Vi-oz. plastic is ne ;
car and found Johnson carrying bottle. LIMIT,1.
false identification. :



Won't Lose EyeA Gives car a bright, I" Flllwlthdetergent.DlsBlue Dot quality 3 ?:
SUAVE lasting finish. 18-oz. pense through sponge cubes 12 flashes. :y:
;!Florida State Prison guard who PREPARATION H REG. $1.59 head. REG. $1.29 .
watt stabbed in the right eye with a SHAMPOO ..AOINTMENT 9 i
ballpoint! pen by a prisoner last Friday 16-oz.Balsam& 1-oz.tube,for 09 I) 12 1
?will not lose his sight said doc- Protein. 2 types. temporary relief Of. 79..
in LIMIT 1
Gainesville.The tors at Shands. Teaching Hospital E Hemorrhoids. LIMIT 1 .2
guard,J.N. Gordon, was takento .7 e '!!'!!_- --

Shands for emergency treatment 129 ] ,. '
after the Friday morning attack, said m. __ ,,' ". q-> .,. '" ,f:. ...,.'>. J.,. ... "1,';- ;"i"iiI.4lt. ; ) vT.is
Department of Corrections
spokesman David Skipper.

James T. Dooley, 36, of Orlando .., .
serving a life sentence for second- '" '-f"'N< '< I
degree murder,was accused of carry LF-PROPELLED .
ing out the attack with a ballpoint pen DELUXE LAWN
wrapped in a towel. The case was VIP PRO DRYCURLING MOWER i
turned over to the state attorney's office ".
according to Skipper who said BRUSH : 5g P.BE"ggs&Str8ttO" ;

Monday he could not say what On/off switch, dual heat swivel cord & Adjustable start {
,if was filed against the in- cutting he'' hi. i
charge any ready light. No..VHB-1 REG. $1099. AEG- $189 99 g w

mate. 99 WEB A 'i l I I
Man BatteryA ArrestedFor : 8 ALUMINUMLAWN FURNITUREColorful 1 59 95- Ii?!

webbing on lightweight aluminum tram. ,'U 7
58-year-old Starke man was arrested
Both fold for storage :

battery Saturday after an altercation and charged at the with corner PANTYHOSE CHAIR:: >sfQf> CHAISE 5SS 'NCHxSOFOO ..31_
of Pine and Brownlee Streets.
Lee and Garett B. "Comfort stride', super sheer Cotton ventilated REG. Cji REG. GARDEN I
William James $11.9. $19.99 R
Petteway were involved In an acci- crotch panel Sandal-foot. assorted '' HOSE
dent when Lee who was stopped at a sizes' REG. $2.89 LAWN CHAIR D
stop sign' at Pine and Brownlee. .1 "r8Ible..lleXiblerUbberl I
started to make a right turn stoppedand 219 .REG..1.89..1 REG. $9.99rass linin g s, :
backed up, running Into the 1979 .
Plymouth truck driven by Petteway. 5-SHELF 79.9 j

By the time Starke police Office Don
Allen arrived on the scene, Pettewayand ASSORTED DECORATOR CORNER
Lee were shouting obscenities at ETAGERE 1
each other.. Allen quelled the disturbance PILLOWS'
1 15"x15"x64%. POTTING
The two +
for a 16" In assorted solid Assorted
sIze colors plastic.
began arguing again and Petleway, or.'fancy patterns.. REG. $.$9, colors. SOIL !orn 6 I
Jumped into his truck. REG.S1'." <-<>t.Sterile' Solt M r
down his crutch and Jumped in the
truck and began slapping Petleway 199 .'PEG' 4,
on the face,.according to the police .1488
report. 'i
Lee was arrrested on the! spot and 2/88
charged with battery and taken to the
Bradford POLLENEX .
Estimated damage to the ,Iwo ..
vehicles was '350. MASSAGER CENTER iqi7- i

Infra-red heat* massage.4 attach- ,;Mar real slant,hickory ,. HIBACHI '
.. Model HM10A4 REQ $1699 woodgraln vinyl finish,, 99 Cut'iron, 2 multfment. -
Woman ArrestedFor PER to$39.09 assemble. 2009. grids. i

Shooting' .. .

A 40-year-old woman was arrested .
Sunday for shooting Into an occupied! -
vehicle with a .22 rifle.

Pearly Mae Simmons of 2216 Old. '.' ,.. BIOS
Lawtey Road, was arrested by Starke ; '.
police officers around 3:30: p.m for, !YALE '''ICU GOOD Ttf"U
allegedly shoot info into 1971 Matador : ,SAT. KB. 1. J t:
owned by Jorge T.Flqueroa,Freddie OHM WEEKDAY! .
L. Rochelle was also. In the carat time t A.M. TIL P.M.? :H "
of the Incident., iUNOAY.10 A.M. Ml I7 p,__,

According(to lice report. 'Fi- ,, !.
ocher LIMITEDT '
and were w.+' "
queroa '
Simi South "St f Fig. '
down Old Lawtey Roadwhen 301 ;
mons went Into her home and got the


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Editor's note: High school student In the'trl-coonty area were ;
given a questionnaire to determine what their stance Is on the 2. If drafting begins would you enlist or wait to be .

draft.. Results of that poll are displayed at the drafted? 2. Wait 20 Wait 17 Wait 34
A Enlist 19 Enlist Enlist 16 -


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B. Should they fight In the combat field? B.8 35 B. 2 24 B. 9 37

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talir of the draft would up the standards,
I she said. As Is now, most men In the 1
military are sorely unprepared for
combat."I .
feel 'a lot of great military '
l' leaders are retiring from the military PUBLW NOTICEDid
because the standards have become -
.. to low," she said. ,
"It is hard to stay psyched upthough ,
.!! without a threat of war,'' ,.,., You Know
Mrs. Thomas concedes -
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Lake Butler Postmaster! to now be considering drafted and the sent lackadaisical into combat If You Receive $500 Rebate And Can Double The Miles

Lake Butler Postmaster, M.O. standards.Drafting women, however; is Per. Gallon That You May Be Getting NOW......
Holley figures the draft Is Inescapable -
another issue and Mrs. Thomas said
"It's a necessary evil" Is she would be ,opposed to sending
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the way he put it. "From all the infor- women to the combat fields. NOW.
mation that I've seen the volunteer
system Is not working, and the different forward"What to would II the the women guys went have to to war look, We Can Show You Why You Should.
branches of the service are too?" Mrs. Thomas asked. She .
unable to meet their manpower pointed out the practical concern of
4 needs. who would raise the family if women
"As for the age of persons being went Into combat.
drafted I really believe that the draft
should# Include older more mature Her two"sons 16 and 17,do not have

-o\ ,R.nely"nd..w.. ...,.$...,.. ,- ,.-of-wnethemwomen-iliouW people..Uie) offered.And for the oues be.., alr'tg.tota d.earx; 'nhiry.'1Ie'-.ald: ;:: ,; _
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r drafted he answered "Not really about serving the military if they .ti
old Bradford High School
senior 17 year Randy Andrews pondered the ........ were drafted. "They were raised in a 47
military surrounding and have vYr
about the draft momentarilylast
question always been Intrigued with the
week he later admit-
even though "
ted that he and his friends talk about, military.
: or at least joke about the draft,often
"Man, I was just talking with my dad
v- the other day about this. He asked me FLORIDA t '
what I was going to do and I told him'I
guess I'll get a French dictionaryand r'i' THEATRE
head for Canada." That was a .
joke though he quickly explained
"No, I reckon if it (the draft) does 964-5451
come In I'll go" Fri. Sat. & Sun.
And what about the other studentshe ,
talks to?
"Well, a lot of 'em are probably It's a wild hilarious hunt
sweating it out too You know, you Winner' rA$50000REBATEO z6H
think oh God, I'm gonna get in and get '
take all i 11
killed or sec one of my buddy's get
killed over there. I just hope they
don't have to bring it in. I'd rather .- SOThunderbirds MPG

just go to school (college) and do what ,: HWprPickUpTrucks
I'm planning to do ..
"There's talk around school aboutit. Est,
In the morning's everybody meets
down here (BUS courtyard) 'and it rIJ.J
comes up sometime Then sometimes (>l..dy.Thomas
m<- and close buddys talk about it. BUS Librarian _
my : .
We'd probably g<> In with a buddy and _';: .,......."... ...,..,...". I.. _..__ F-100300 CU. IN
register burly if"we were gonna get The draft Is necessary, says Gladys 8 CYL.
drafted anyway Thomas librarian at Bradford High -
Asked if the draft registration will School but her feelings on the issue of With Optional
serve to elder further aggressive( ( ac 301 DH1VE-IN
... reinstating the draft registration
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tion by ItusHlu or have the U S In a I
better position In fight. Andrews was ,*,"What-bothers me most about the Frl. & Sat. M 7+=' 'Transmissions
know. ,
unsure: "Well I don't It (war) draft and registration Is that the
Is Konnu he a surprise cither way. If ,soldiers do not have the administra With.4 Speed
we do have the draft again Russia the mother
might just think It'll a bluff They .of tion's three support children. i ;2 19 MPG In City
might try to call (:artier', bluff. Thenagain Soft spoken and articulate, Mrs. wwfRi
it might( make Hussia think for Thomas said her family's greatestfear 29 Est. MPG
u nuple of days about what it's going is America's complacency.
to l do next "Communism does not allow a
And how about women being After the Vietnam war, fMM K recta'CNIM* o i.
orafl. 'd? "I lon't think there's too l
we claimed we were In a peaceful era F 3.3 Liter'
mu<'b U gain from that, he, Communism la always war threat." e Plus *
utisweretl "I think all the ones ',Saying sympathizes with the 6 CYL Eng. F
KereiiininK for Kit: A should go "military and Its problems. Mrs.
IhiiiiKh" .:) Thomas said she nonetheless Ia hoe rlBY
And the bottom line- what would'- rifledat the unprepared state the 21
handy" do In .raw Ilf the draft: ".'<: military Is In. Registering for the

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'80 Tigers 4r Id' 2 I

baseball Till year's Tiger VCHS are: 06 e A PiA,Mill

front Dwayne row.left Mallard.to right. t ". l

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Lined Up for Tigers

I Tiger; Will Be-Has Been's Meet Saturday It's all but a sure bet that the Union- will consider the -new coach at a

County High Athletic Director-Head special meeting February 26. It was
Football Coach Job vacated by Jimmy too late to get the matter on the agenda
The Tigers of Union County High booster club memberships ($3 for the Tony Honour. Barber will also play picked up Eastside catcher Mark Thomas' dismissal will be filled by for last Tuesday night's board
School open their 1980 baseball season year) and Jackets ('10) will be sold. shortstop and White will go at second Dawson GHS outfielder Ricky Dale, Williston football coach Ed Davis this meeting but the way was paved for
with familiar faces meeting Tiger old Tiger coach Joe Register gives the base.Junior. Buchholz' David Mitchell, and month. the move at that session as Jerry
timer's In a Will Be-Has Been's Impression that the 1980 club isn't Dwayne Ellis and senior Keystone's Bob Hemme by transfer UCHS Principal Billy Ray Foister Lawson's resignation (to transfer to
preview of the season Saturday afternoon ready to follow the footsteps of the '79 Carlos Johary will bid for time In this year. said Monday that Davis' hiring "is Baker County High) opened a spot on
Feb. 16, at 2 p.m., at the UCHS squad, at least not yet anyway. right field while junior Dean O'Steenhas Tickets for the Will Be-Has Been's unnoflcial still, but it's almost for the UCHS faculty. Davis can move In
diamond. "Right now our starting lineup is taken Prichett's catching role. game and all regular season games sure." soon and start his Spring program
The game precedes the regular undetermined," Register said gruffly David West (Jr),Mark demons (So), are $1.This. Davis, who coached the Red Devilsto Foister said.
season opener a 4 p.m. matchup with when asked for his lineup. "If they and Timmy Bennett (Fr) provide an 8-3 season and Into the state AA The 28 year old coach came to
Gainesville Bucnholz Monday Feb. don't shape up1? I'm going to have to depth in the outfield while Ken Starling w'ill"oe"joe"RegVster's; i \ i final playoffs, has visited Union High, talked Williston last year after assistant
18. The Bobcats are 2.0 with a pair of make some changes. (So), and Kenneth Clyatt (Jr) year at the UCHS baseball helm. to school officials, and given coaching stints at Pensacola Pine
wins over last year's 2A state run- "I've been disappointed In our back the infield. Register's resignation was acceptedby Foister his verbal acceptance the Forest. Tallahassee Godby, and .-
nerups Newberry but the Has Been's defensive performance the last couple Asked for the teams UCHS will the Union County School Board UCHS principal said. Gainesville Eastside all state playoff '
might be even tougher judging from of weeks. That's what we've been have to battle with to take another Tuesday night, effective May 2. clubs. His Red Devils won eight of ten
their lineup and a better-than-being- working on. I think we'll hit better Suwannee crown Register picked two He'll be headed to Ocala Vanguard "The only thing that stands in the regular season games, including a
rusty performance in a scrimmagelast than we have the last couple of years names out of the hat quickly. High. Register was an assistant foot- way now Is the school board accepting 27-0 win over the t 0-10 Tigers, before
week. Tiger has been's on the but we still were going to be relyingon "Newberry only lost one starter and ball coach under coach Jimmy him and every Indication I have is losing to 2nd-ranked Jacksonville
roster are Toby Dillow, Jon Pritchett our defense. That's what's makingme P.K. Yonge did a good job of Thomas, who lost his job last month. that they're really happy to have Bolles 21-14 in first round playoff ac

and Larry Fleming, the big guns of wonder about how we'll do. Our recruiting," he said noting that PKY ..............?............. him," Foister continued. The board tion.
last season's 18-9 district region, and defense just hasn't been good."
Suwannee Conference champions Tigers regulars back include only
along with Mike Johnson, Joe Bran- one senior, Tommy Honour a
nen (now assistant coach), Billy surehanded glove man who will share On sale =
Woodington, David Powell, Harold pitching duties and start at shortstop. EAGLE: = Friday &
Esford, Fred demons Tim Other players who started as Union
Whitehead, Jimmy Mobley and made its run through the playoffs last _
Glenn Kemp.. the last six off the year are juniors David Barber and
outstanding union nine of 1977. Steve White, the other main Tiger MR.CGWEE'IIr
Hamburgers and cokes will be served moundsmen first baseman Dwayne ?
up by the UCHS booster club at Mallard center fielder Ronny Inflation !
Saturday's Tiger get together and Pinkston. and sophomore left fielder Fighters

Price cuts that fight inflation! Save up to 41 %

DDS Old Timer'sBaseball

Starts L C-FJ

Saturday at 2 p.m.Bradford 3y =! 19 ; I

High's baseball team In the other dugout all season long. Save $3.00 on
opens its campaign against the Old- This time the older guys will be

Timer's,past BHS players, Saturday, friends,not foes though. Mr. Coffee II2H.SS',v .
Feb. 16, at 2 p.m.at BHS. Slated to appear for the Old-
The Tornadoes might as well get us- Timer's are former Tornadoes Doug WAS '
ed to playing against older fellows. Reddish, Tommy Reddish Keith Nor
After all, with not a senior on therostel' thrup, Kevin Tillman, Dinky Kilby b f
and with 10 sophomores or Jackson Prevatt, Jimmy Prevatt, Brawa parfaet cofla.tart keeps It "lull Comes % MEN'S GOLF JACKET
freshman they'll be seeing older faces Richard Hall Wilbur Waters. Charlie with ISdiapoaabla. fUMfi.CMWMip; extra owlCut 1 ;,tO 1111' NYLON MESH BREATHER

Green, Eddie Hazen, Randall McGee vES
Tommy Wise, Brian Johns,Joey Ben prices !
nett, Larry Mercer Dwight Elder V III
TornadoesYoung coaches Sold ataawhara at to 99 3-Dutton collar
player Townsend
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Strickland James Fender, Ronnie 75 LB. SIZE HTH \
Thomas, Eddie Douglas Donald
Falcon, Johnny Nichols. WAS 7014 tt
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all these who the ASH granular formula keeps pool I wets
men are supporting Clears and Bevel Texturized !
Against the Old Timer's today'sTornadoes aparMlngl nylon
BHS by in this
program participating
counter with a fuzzy- game. Also I'd like to thank Mr. A TERRIFIC Uyi \
cheeked lineup that includes MEN'S POLO
now just f f f SHIRTS
Charles Francis who it off
helped get
starters from the 13-13 district MEN'SFASHION
and region champ of last season. Pit the ground and our umpires Herman TIEATAIENT '
Schoening and Taylor Wallace and JEANS
ching was expected to be the
strong .s.ro
T Don Hardy who will sing the national WERE 10'"
suit Scott
> sophomore Allen ((8-4,
anthem. Hopefully, we can make this SlIgM Irraga. of
1.70 ERA, 2nd team All Area as a
an annual event. )It( is my wish that the / Famoul Makar 7 99ahlrta
frosh) hit harder
was by
pneumoniathan ToWele Pullovar alyla,
public come out and the _
support I
ever by opponents bats and may placfcM collar, contrail
game. 11 OZ 8TP BRAKE FLUID Our bnl-Mlllng atyMa: In and trim.MarTi 8-XL.
not pitch until mid-March. That cuts bdia.
pr cotloo twill and oltiar .
The Old Timers asked =
coach Mike Hartley's staff In half, are to come WAS 99* WAS W e.uw.. pocfcat raatmanta Some k-
to the field between 12 and 12:30p m. .a.aP' 1.47 r 2 -3a.
leaving junior JCenny Clark (5-7. 1.62. tt
Saturday for batting practice and for Hope reduce "lctlon. Helps assure sate
also 2nd team All Area in 79) as the MEN'S TUBE SOCKS,
a picture. ww oIt""oumptlon. Wake oper.tlon.12 flee. IF
workhorse-to-be. Hartley says three Tickets for the will be POLYESTER IRREOL.,$-14
juniors, Chuck Johnson, the starter at game 11.50 Super prices! Hl-DR,TOWELS 24-GALLON CAN TENNIS SHORTS r
for adults with season tickets ($15 for '
first base Bill Goodge, now a catcher 0..e 77c
going after his third letter and David 13 games) also available at the gate. WAS4 90 aar 5 9a6

Sparks, the starting center fielder 1O3 two-ply lowala. Sturdy plaatln w/loek lid lll i LADIES* S amLB't!
will have to pitch. "None of them are two-aldad tantura. handles to atop apWa. WERE*** TUBE SOCKS.a-PK.

really pitchers but they're going to REALr.ESTATE Savings eotarrul 100% contnat polyaatar.Mm. .n
have to pick up the slack," Hartleysaid. up Ida tataa.man'a alxaa
"Coming Into the season I 0 Q, TENNIS HATS \
thought pitching would be our strong GENE REESE.INSTRUCTOR. Stitched twill.1 97 Whlta- '*.lad contrail*. 9-II.trim Olrla
point after Scott and Kenny had such -
tremendous years but it might not be
until later In the year. With Jeff Nor- Th.Don Tcnnont SchoolOf super I low prices!
man and Keith Northrup graduatingwe Real Estate HACK COOLeR ROACH MOTEL "
lost a lot of offensive of "
1.27 3.411 .
Will Offer 7.27
last year. For us to be successful

we're going to have to have some people *THE REAL ESTATE Laak.proof..Handy loam abalHome. .reps. roeull Black IreP flea, loa a ,C tiherltll. .,
come through at the plate and
we're !going to have to execute offensively COURSE REQUIRED FOR n
Hartley listed things like FLORIDA REAL ESTATESALESMAN'S bargains! -.r LADIES' a
knowing the strike zone and taking TANK TOM .
walks, taking extra bases on loafing LICENSE. IWintuk' Regular Lima WAS(M................
defenders, and being able to steal Mm.and w....S to*...m. ,.......,,. SCHICK SUPER n ULTPJEX RAZOR- BOYS'JOG SHORTS 1a 9 6
bases, bunt, hit and run and not Starting Fab.IS. MM WAS Ma TEARY SNORTS !
waste scoring chances. .9 waafca dwraflanWattam SCHICK PERSONAL TOUCH TWIN 1 97 DISCOUNT PRICEPolyeotion =:
The Tornadoes don't have any Steer Restaurant See..?...............?........._.............?....??.n77e DISCOUNT MICE aollda 3.96
swollen batting averages to brag If."..Fla.. e SECREr SPRAY DEODORANT 4 OZt4 e1y#ooeon. .ssuo a.1 with oonlrial' trim. r
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.306 hitter as a freshman. Both he and REQUIRED FOR REAL ESTATE LICENSE STEweD ANTISEPTIC., ., .,,, ,,10, OZ. (UmN alaitle'
2) 1 ay ? ? ., ,--i.ii.,.,,,,,. 139 waist SoIIcII.S.M.."
Clark were red-hot! batsmen in the RENEWAL. FORMULA 44-O 6 OZ.
playoffs, combining for 13 hits In 22 at FtBrvary 11 a 24. ItM u. VAS 3or.....-.,........??.....-....;- .....2.17
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UP football star Colllnsworth will be in Luke Butler ton \\ will to FAEI'MIIS
14, as the guest of honor for the First Baptist Church of Lake : in
Banquet... ( the ,
...28 fellows attended the Starke Gator Quarterback Club's ( ( In
year last week.....
...If you thought P.K. Yonge's 6-7 Junior Randall Leath five
basketball court I wish you could get a look at Cross City Junior FEE DRINK
(6-8). McDowell must go 223 and he's a tower inside. The .
and Leath Is a bunch of muscle and McDowell's greater up ,
ball and score...... the
...Keystone basketball coach Ron Brummitt has been sick for ,
it's cut down on his sideline shouting considerably. "We
ahead in the time outs and I let the players on the bench do win:i iI I
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...The Starke Dixie Youth baseball league loses a prime
because Richard Little, coach of the Dodgers, has been

I more BUS Baseball :::: i

cond base but while Clark throws we were at the end of
he'll take Kenny's shortstop post with going out and talking :
soph Clayton Norman playing second. students to let :
Hartley describes Parado as "the have to want a :
type of player who can beat you a lot Hartley. He pushed :
of ways., hitting baserunning, hit a summer
and run. He could be a key to our of- goal. "If we re : .,
fense." Ricky Sullivan (soph) at third baseball hotbet we 9'rr y.
rounds out a precocious Infield. port. We're selling Y
Junior Mark Williams in right, and the first time this ; :
soph Mike Sutherland flank Sparks, a games including the
defensive whiz in the outfield. test) and I hope .
The reserve line is short until buying them. 1 _
players come out from other sports. The season tickets 1
Mike Jordan (Jr) backs the at the gate Saturday.The
flychasers and Mitch Williams (Fr) is
infield support. Hartley said Junior' Tornado r
Schoening (Jr) "will probably start is set for ..14P
somewhere" when he comes out from Macclenny-Baker ( ,.___
wrestling. the first home _
"We're trying to create an Interestin noon, March 1,
baseball by being successful, like (2 p.m.).

BHS Baseball 1980 Schedule ,.yvM ucxC' i.- v


Feb. 22 Baker Co. 4:00: ., .,moo
Mar. 1 Lake Butler' 2:00: F 'r4 .r' NOW THRU
Mar. 4 Gainesville 4:00 r'f
Mar. 6 Baker Co.. 7:30 : SUNDAYFE6.14
Mar. 7 North Marion' 7:30
Mar. 11 Palalka 7:30 -17
Mar. 13 Eastside 4:00
Mar. 14 Clay Co.. 7:30 _
Mar. 18 Keystone Heights 7:30
Mar. 19 St. Augustine 4:00
Mar.. 24 Buchholz' 7:30
Mar. 27 North Marion 4:00 .3tW..J.'f. ipairil
Mar. 28 Palalka' 7:30
Apr. 3jceystone Helghty'tl. ,1 7:30,1 ... .. ,r Queen
l Apr. 4 .M.'Gaine.vllle. .:';:!:.J A('JrIhApr. '\IO.! ::''I'. \ I ( ; ""! 3 The catch? Buy our juicy 413/ pound* D 05.abte:'' 4 '
e't ""' { "'''''' "' >w1I'J"1" ; Burger (if s,"More'Burger.Ttian'5Iri'''"). Do That : 0" Ht
Apr. 14 "Eastslde' 7:30 and we'll treat you to a small order of fries .I
Apr. 15 Clay Co. 7:00 and a small drink. A big. Juicy 100% pure U., "a"I4
Apr. 18 St. Augustin 7:30 beef Double
Apr. 21 t- BuchholZ 4:00 Burger. Crispy golden fries. Your
favorite soft drink. All for the price of the
Apr. 22 Santa Fe 7:30 301 North
Apr. 28 Lake Butler 7:30 burger. At your participating DAIRY QUEEN"

Apr. 2P Santa Fe', 7:30 BRAZIER" store 964-7478

BAMDQ CO< r1980 'pl cookdwwglit

Conference GamesSports I : X

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Thursday, Feb. I i-
UNION JV glrl! (l8:30). V girls ((8) at KEYSTONE
BRADFORD girls al Clay basketball (7)

Friday. Feb. 13KEYSTONE-
boys! JV ((6:30). boys V ((8) at UNION
Wllllslon at UNION weightllfling ((3:30):
North Marion at BRADFORD boy JV (8:30)). boys V ((8)
BRADFORD wrestlers at Region wrestling. Green Cove (

Saturday Feb. IB-
Baldwin al KEYSTONE boyg JV ((6:30)). boys V ((8) '

Monday. Feb. 1H-
Buchhoz at UNION:. baseball( )
Hawthorne at KEYSTONE boys JV CSI.) girls V (8:30)). (
HRADf"ORglrl8 V at l.lve Oak (7:30) !

Tuesday Feb. 19- .
Holies at BRADFORD boy JV B:30):: ). boys V ((8) '
BRADFORD>)s and girls tennis at'Santa Fe (3:30)

Wednesday, .'pb.2-( '
North Marion at BRADFORD weighlllfllng ((2:45) colors.
UNION and Jax.: Lee welghtlifting at Macclenny ((3:30) j

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8th-Ranked Lady Indians | .

End Campaign on Homeconrt I

Jasper Lady: Trojans losers of only Keystone into the lead and was a Sharon Walrath and Belinda Fowler
4 two game to 2A clubs this year specator for most of the final three' who saw plenty of action. '
ousted the Lady Indian for the second periods,finally fouling out.along withforward Key.r.ny a 17 14 II tru
lima, SS-S3 In an overtime FrJ. Beth Walrath in the fourth .f.._.,.. if I S 3S
day tu&*. FM. t,to slide KHHS from quarter. Betsy Boatwnght pulled up asrsvo.as..nrr.1. s.. rwiwa ... MN... ..
sixth to in this track's AA clack with U rebound .w..iw'.F.-b.'.w.d e.w run s..s .
eighth girls some a point.I'mg1lt .. .
aco.wi-rcad .Vw. 5.1.w..1.,...
basketball poll. The Lady Indians; her best of the year, and .....NMtaM II.H..* n>
I followed up the borne court loss with a Stephanie Wheeler funnelled in 14 _.p.r U n It 12 7 aa
57-3Swm over Jacksonville Episcopal points as the teams ended regulation ..,- 14 It II II 2 SI '
t en!. road Monday night to go to 15-5 tied 5151. But. the Lady Trojans con HUM*---........ar_......:..-
the trolled the for the '.-'"
on with Just two regular overtime period 7 2
bob MGame- .n..l.M /.. ........t. iv.N..1 I.
season left. win.
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Union County's girls come to Becky Rund provided seven rebounds
Keystone- tonight, Thursday. Feb. 14. in a relief role.
and Hawthorne's Lady Hornets visit Norwood didn't play again in Mon- Commission
'W, Monday. Feb. U-The district tournament day night's win. because she missed
"'" follows at Interlachen! Feb. school that day. but after some tense Talks in Jax.Tallahassee .

2X-ZL moments in the first quarter..which The Game Ic Fresh
Keystone bung with Jasper a team Episcopal commanded 1"1M Lady Water Fish Commission has one of its
KHHS coach Boalwnght said..."as Indians took charge behind Betsy 17 public meetings in Florida scheduled .
good if not better than West Nassau Boatwnght JO points. 12 rebounds) for Tuesday night Feb. 19. at the
vrq (staterankedand the team that and Beth Walralh <(14< markers. 14 Independent Life Building in Jackson
will almost surely be the top seed at boards). The hosts still led. 27.CS. at ville. The meeting starts at 7:30: p.m.
the district tourney at Intetiachen the half but KHHS shut them oat 14-0 Among the topics to be discussed at
Offensive Action with Jasper-llaialklaa County but week despite damaging foul trouble. in the third period and breezed in. the meetings a proposal to modify

Deist Halralh.a ia dark flashes hue the lue for a pan The visiting Lady Trojan sqaeesedKHHS. pan als mik.d Leading scorer and rebounder San- Boatwnght said "Betsy and Beth" are turkey hunting regulations includinga
.*m teamale Becky Rand fai the Lady Indians sb.M.at dra Norwood picked up her durd foul improving every game now and shortened fall season and modification .
i II the first quarter after leading also praised! the work of reserves of the five-inch antler
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Principal Dave Owens announced ed football basketball golf and some
Tuesday that Stefan Brokas will betaking track at Keystone ta the years W71-n f -
the Athletic Director's role at before leaving and then reluming as 3 1 W ,tv
Keystone Heights High School: over an administrator
for good now. filling the void created y, it for
when Ron Brummitt resigned "I'm looking forward to it, I realty 0A ett
February 18. enjoy this type of work sports) and '
Brakes had been filling the A.D. have missed H since getting out of feSSOTC SlfeQS
rote since Brummitt's resignation coaching" Brokas said Tuesday. with
while Owens; worked for day County This gives me a chance get back ar 2
School Board approval of the move. into it actively.
Brokas. woo will also continue as His duties wail include schedulingand
Dean of students. B in his third year overall management of the Indians b fabric from 1rrX&V
of his second stint at KHHS.He coach: athletic program.

I KH JV Girls Move to 9-5 moc'em, ttllwe 17%

Keystone's JV girls basketball KHHS jprts.w i- 3
team won its ninth game in 14 tries sot after 4-4 IFERINKal
30-11 over Jacksonville: Episcopal start end their c.mp ip' laiin.H.Thursday. .
Monday night m Jacksonville.StarkeRec. Feb 14 with home game 41111 .,...... -.
against Union County's james =-M. 1r..non.e. woe
Of the Episcopal wpm mliere Donna ..... .._. low wwcn. _
100 ......
% Doc.on.
Dodd's IB points and Jill Elands ..... to.e _Pdv..a......,... a0.wm-
seven sparked KHHS coach Bob and _. ,ruse eats A.g.ae
South saul lIe neat 'em C12 !tare w.
so it was a:little: tough is get .j girls
News up.They have tendency so play qptattiear >> a
of 1-r-M 2.47v.d.
afip.ashy o till I like Ifcat. JY .y way !
Karate Classes ISI!suppowid develop the kaiDer:! m-
Offered in SUrke saxict yet Ther skiDs: have come along rt3e

A Karate class is to be offered way.- was a weld stir at t bebeams n
through Die Starke Recreation E uccpal grm.emdmg:wah tbe bame
Department if enough merest is coach slapping a reeree- after .
shown Toe class for men and women the game.Smith added ,- .- -e no fuss,, no nn

ages.... will bet.tanfg in 2-bour, sessions -- w a a *a .. '" heUi I..L1g jot:.
Tuesday and n.rsdact ---... IS. 7 MIK. ._ f fAbove 1 51
.. ... ciuSck and ,.
starting at other s or. M pm. -. -. -- .. -IStarke 0' gyp
Instructors probably two black/ r0- 1 I
belts", from Pak's Karate of Orange r.
Park will teach the Jass if at least 1. Baseball the Crowd a M.eai It...r....it You c.......the
people enroll Charges are tli a Coaches Needed nisis ..... (maser B tsy boaawiragie. emu a.a.nw au around = =you .8 7
fns YCI acme u%
month. with a uniform cost of S39M. n. tihlaw here fur G'u.. ..ilon.y-s.w.g.
interested maac. mla l.k il ...... to 1
miny ,
The type of Karate is Tang Soo Do Anyone a caacboig. or w* agaiao Jasper. bad her brat. + rung pra& iwnws and a.uuw1it ouatpiwnwu '"
the art of hand and foot helping coach, a gnu th bknetULa lean own = loq.l, e. : g pow
figtmng* week of tae--- wft OVI tor tM not* tamly/ w..awo :::: _
winch emphafues foot fighting. steukd call tae Starke Rec. DepL Sall)' fur eons w 0lour.i won 'oowar._.uw coo.I r
Instructor Socg Ka Pak will pro 964.4 SL
bably set up a deomonstration night Age groups are .-l* i Minor. ttttiMajori.
Starve Fields Reserved,
in State but interested persons and 1).14Dao&' Boysi
should get on the das lest no*. AId Practice for the beys begins March Tae. Rem Department is i iTO now_sewer CGI.6etUPC.7
Ret Director Cheryl Godwin. If m- Id AB games begin at 5:*i fJm.dursng aofttHLB fxddE I*a- r 0-e w do bc.Kll,1u.,
weekdays, two W'ftS. the Iea e. Pill. form : leresled call 964-C73Z or come by the games per aaIJ' en '
R<<. Department at the OU Armory The seism lasts from mid-April antdnud Teams can reserve the fnirsi far ftwcr and makaEtyour8a.fi
to look at a brochure -. uae. two-hour tame slots by ea lung. wwband1.57a
The tern department sets up die W447SZ.Digit feed U fur twin bows r
Storekeepers Needed teams and has one week of dmcs. wag charged for soot hays maul two
Jar The coach then takes over and sets op weeks before the season stares, wSar
youth baseball
and aduh softball games will be need practices at his conteiseece. all practices win be free ...12% 1.37 ,

ed'orlbe upcoming seasons Persons ----s.o-.- ". ... ......-- -. am* tux
interested should call 64-C79 ri+a ..M..M. ... ..
'o0 i ow.r .
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The Rec Dept. will bare a chime to -......-... ...... :: : ...=
teach persons to keep the scorebooks.Pratt __'''6.11..-......... .-,... -- .
c- Concession'sCan -- ...._ A.g .M..

Be Ron The Home makers.

side The group. Dept.run the plans Pratt to hare St. concesSKtn an out- mom 39% on Sam 17% -17% Y'ti

stand this year Play begins the hIh en lively fah en \I. Jt 1
last week of March and runs through
June Call t47K for more mforma-

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Organuauonal meetincs for the w::: r.- .... ....- .... ,n .0-a... tl amour- M-
Surke Recreation Drparunent soft- a r d!
UU .leagues have been set for
)loDd.... Feb Z5- 7pm

Church Women burcb. s p m Men's xPt : ? 3.00 2.47..s 2u47.,

Wednesday. Feb 277 pIlL r..rw"17
Women s City League. 8 p a. If'Q's AI4CMt -

CIty League F-.h1eR .."' ......
The meetings will be held B the OldArmory %
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and all team managers _._
should attend or send a npiematative AM0 aeeNi l P.MI red bIa w aaaMtif an b. ,.I --.. r ore. d'.8 e it..S...ti v1.w r.tw.n.,6l.a" t I j.
Abo.1JIe1ft.department is requesting
; an o ...
an teams to bring in the t'at as me
name of someone interested m umpiring -.- --.- &.- A.woWcu.w.taw.
ewe .. ..... L..s ---.ctoooa. I
who d da.IIIIDpu'e..last year sr. .Irwa -
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Baseball Sign-Up Set .. "' "' -
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For Starte Dixie Leagues c-- c.o- c _
$8" $ .i 0-.e ...--.....- _it-was__.
Registrauaa for Starke Duue Youth 115 N ..:.;::.:..low tor.C.lrw :::;:
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Reg. .
and Dine Boys baseball will begin o_
Feb 2O. Uuvlasting through March 9" 12" y 500)L

13. UW ..
Registration will be held at the Old One coat uashabSe Odorless The ideal brash for woodnwark. jf. A72A7 -

at Armor Pratt from SL i Center:JOajn-S tram:Mpnuaad J-S ._. Ones in 20 mm. to 1 hr (]can Super washable Colors to I' J

Leagues are Dixie Youth :Minor for up tools wh, water Comes in match Coventry Wall Past No
t-l. year olds. Done\.jDr.or 42 base colon plus unhinged fuss cleanup just use uaier.

112 year olds and Duoe Boys far specially mwd bits I. ..1 I
13-14 year aids Age detennnog date .
isAugustl Boys and lids CM signupfor sc it t
Dixie Youth league Only boysmformatioa
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Starke Umpire NeededAs

ahnys.* says'they're the ree.eft great department.Anyone need ofumpve 1E {jl liIrn OIL;:U000fa : ( .

interested! II ealbag: balls" '.

strikes far will pay set should up tteataovely call t443M.CBBKS set. JACKS iN BI1LMN6 SI'PLY.IlCC. efIfI [u: Wif m : .

for March X, ....at the Old Armory: tt4t71 473-1173 W a
for nrnew of soles and---.-. may _
Start*.Ra. ItrttMn Ict is Stark*. Fl&

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BBS Girls Bradford Tenjiis Teams Squash Live OakBradford's

Lady Tornadoes got V"' Ore .".u. O.h0 01111d-r1..n 5-1._,O,..."'..,.hlk.-....A4Ad.. --..,.(I)... -welsoodsooles. .
their first tennis win topping Live ........ ** (O)i'4w. .n7.. -.... (M).... ,(0)).....c. __.... _jet....4-ohs.52.T .....- .'.... ......ft..ob.- I I1.

Up to 9-7 ,Oak &-1 In Starke Monday while the ..._..1::....... ..,,"-,- ,.= ., .. --...: .::. 41. : .
boys team zapped the Bulldogs 7-0.
"Finally, a win" said BHS coach

The Lady. Tornadoes of Bradford took McGriff after.hls 1-2 girls squad
assured themselves, of at least a the win'Janice Joc el, 'Elise
break-even regular season when they Johns and JulUe Griffis all getting
crunched Hawthorne 53-30 behind single and doubles wins.
Mae Hollis Monday night in their last Rip Pratt and Mike Akridge won 8-0 < '.
/home basketball tilt. matches to pace the Tornadoes to rrfttL l w .
The win pushed the BHS girls to 9-7 their easy win..' )
on the season with two contests left. Before the season started McGriffwas -
They visit Green Cove-Clay tonight asked to name the toughest opponents s 1. .
Thursday Feb. 14, and go to Live on the schedule for his boys
Oak-Suwannee Monday Feb. 18, to and girls net teams. He answered
close the regular season. The district Lake City on both counts. After
tournament follows In Gainesville Thursday 0-7,0-7 whitewash at Lake
Feb. 22.23 City he added emphatically "I sure
Monday night's win over the Lady hope they'll be our toughest match of
Hornets came easy as Hollis knocked the year. i
in 14 points grabbed eight rebounds I The Columbia High teams ran their
and made seven steals as the Lady records to 4-0 with the wins. Only
Tornadoes jumped to a 22-6 first Janice Jockel on the girls side cam'eclose
quarter lead. She had 12 of her pointsin 07 to victory .falling in a
that first eight minutes and BHS tiebreaker to Tricia Ives.
forced Hawthorne into 13 first half BHS was to play Union High .T.MI
turnovers and 22 in the game. Hope -.i J Wednesday and visits Santa Fe Tues-
Jackson and Theresa Woody also hit day, Feb. 19.
double figures with 10 points against
Hawthorne (9-11)), which had just six
dress out. .. are.......&IwoO'k'
girls ,
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.h,01"1 a S. to M4.(0)( ) dd.W111w
Hawthorn" t S 10 4 30 ,,.(.>,OrWII(I)...........M.NMtln. (LO)*... Bradford's '80 Netters
Bradford 22 1} \12 t 53 -..MUM(a)dd. ._..*.
IMtVTHOml" N.,lM. D. AnMM I. Smith I, a... f d-AIM, J.dd.MAM (0) ..... ......WIIII.n. *.. Bradford High's 1980 tennis teams are: girls kneeling Reece; standing coach Jerry McGriff. and boys, Gary
tmmmt ll tOTAUl ,...... ONNI.CMN7,a,.... ......w_..>. from left to right Elise Johns, Julie Criffls.l\llchelie Muse McDuNle, Robbie Pierce Rip Pratt. Craig Sapp Mike I
ULDfOia-o 1 Mm 10. W..4y 10. Molll. 14.CtaiM '
..1, s....). *.....S.T...........,d. Willi.... Stacy Denmark Karen Chittv Michelle Sapp and Arneth Akridge Chub Johnson Jeff Moore.
I. 22 5-17 LS.adyRaiders.
Santa!; eA'sLLI left Brad-

ford behind after the first quarter .
Thursday night in Alachua winning ,
71-48 behind Felecia Black's points. .0/ '-9.
The Lady Tornadoes were led by .
Hope Jackson and Janette Easely .. .
who netted 13 and 12 points.
Bradford 1 10 II 1: 4.
10".. F. 10 It 11 25 71
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1. Mill, 1. WllllnM' l...l. It. (wry dl TOTALS, Janette's JumperLady .
|....*. Tornado Janette Easely jump George Washington's Birthdayn' .
SANTA PIDtorinc' 4. W< ". lIeck U Ch."
14-, HI*.. 4. LOT 4t TOTALS, ..-,..... shoots Inside against Hawthorne. AM

Tornadoes 1-19 sale '

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With 4 Games LeftBradford .. .. I : .. "

High's Tornadoes sunk to BHS plagued by turnovers a lack
1-19 with three losses last week. They of rebounding power and the ag- TheBradford
were scorched by Gainesville High gressive Hurricane defense got 17 '
72-33 and Clay High 72-52 on the road points from center Miller but Frazier
but gave Live Oak a tussle Saturday Bass' 7 was next high. GUS had i County Telegraph .
night in Starke before succumbing another run of 18 straight in the se- :
49-43. cond half.I I .
The Tornadoes are down to four Speaking Tuesday night Tornado (
Wants Kind
You To See
games left In the regular season as boss Mike Sexton said two things are .
they seek to bust the 19 game losing the cause of the BHS troubles. 1)) "We .
streak that has followed an openingwin are just committing too many fouls
Of Results You Can Receive ; '
over Orange Park.This week the or at least we're getting too many .
Tornadoes are at home twice, hosting fouls called on us." 2)) "The thing that .
North Marion Friday night, Feb. 15, really kills us Is we hit those spurts Our Want
and taking on Jacksonville Bolles in where we just seem to lose everything porn .
Starke Tuemdovjeebl 19. }.*..a.i. i via* agaisw *all thrjpe opponents last ;!"
In Monday night's toss to'Clay High week). We can't datch the ball-we :*
the Tornadoes lost ground when they can't handle it. We just commit so You Run A Want Ad Next Week (
turned the ball over five straight many turnovers that we don't get the
times to let the Blue Devils break out shots. We shot 53 percent in the se- '
to a 22-12 first quarter lead. It was on- cond half against Live Oak and 47 per We Will Treat You To A .. : : .

ly 12.10 Clay's way nearly six minutes cent last night against Clay so that .
into the game. hasn't been the problem. Wheneverwe
Burly David Smith sank 25 pointsfor control the ball we can be patient
the winners while Charles Lee top- move it around hit the open people... CHERRY CAKE
ped BHS with 14 points. Kevin Reddish and we can play well. super ball at
scored 12 and Kevin Miller hit 11 times." /
points.In It's the other times that have Sexton -
Saturday's homecourt loss to scratching his head. Fresh From The Pastry Shop .
Live Oak before a tiny Starka crowd

the Tornadoes started feebishly, fall Bradford 12 10 IS 12 62
ing behind 16-2, but clawed back witha Clay 20 15 14 23 72 FREE
patient offense featuring Reddish's i."0.0..." Iff ,14 Reddish' II. Miles. II. ItaiBllMO
((21 points) shooting and took control. 7. IBM S> TOTALS, ........
They led 33-26 at the half on Miller's CL.....WllllwiM IX.S...... 17. ........ I.feWy I.
buzzer-beater. the Tornadoes Wlnn' 1. .H.mpt.n, a. ......ft I, Smith" >4, J But, TOTALS IS..-,.. In Honor Of George. .
froze up during the break, not getting Live Oak It 10 14 4* C)
their first point until 11 minutes and Bradford i 25 0 10 43

20 seconds were gone in the half and LIVE 0..... '"...0. C. 'ot.> I. _-....... taM EsGOOK /
the Bulldogs hit 21 foul shots to win .. .. '." '17. ..*..I..,_.2.w'III.' ..... taf4 ll .
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their 12th against eight losses. TOTALS r
a5ADO5D.LM 4, Reddish II. HulllWII, .. ........ -) Q
bounds Miller and backed six points.Reddish. with 14 re- ....41, TOTALS (11.-01. 10 S ( Free Gift Fri. ft lion.Q .

GHS scored 18 straight points in the 4 4 4 ll m )
..... RPGOR: ( 71 9AM5PMTuts.
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second period and took off from there HAOPOIID- .... 7, Hamilton 4, .....ft_a.MMmr
for their easy 72-33 win over the Tornadoes 17! TOTALSI' IJ-7.13OHS \1 ; Til Noon L
I last Friday night in 00... 14, ........lr ... W_ II. fff II.ttll -
their record to ."....A.. Mwrtett' I.W1ch-9,WHItaMM.[Illshap II
I Gainesville pushing .. OlkhriM>I TOTAL .....-... -\90\ OILY'
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Ttfc defending AAA state champion Tod Samons in the 114 lb. class i MONITOR UNION 1'"..T4 $j i if3J f
socked It' to> the : ..
Bucbholi weightlifting} Bobcats teanv: Wednesday, Allen Scott set a personal best witha $ /"USA I St. : .Lawrence Blvd as .sw and:Kvoj. j : 1

Faiths In the Buchholz weighlroom. lift of :520 pounds to take third in the, rke < Keystone Ngta ", .p'Wl.r': )
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to J'tcord: a heavyweight division; ; 7 .
division "II !
winding every : f3J ..111' If I "
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59-H.victory. ? The weightmen went*' against ,, i '.
Tie for the Tornadoes Baldwin Wed.Feb.,13and', I "' I .
only bright spots yesterday. .. dll'tf, .1. I : /
were second: place finishes by will take on North Marion next Wed..
Ricky Griffis he,198Hclasnand) Feb. 20 la the BHS welghtroonv <. '.">. II

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Terming It "pne\ of the best things bagger to right two outs later.Florida three run blast and another one-run
''''. we've ever done'! Keyatone-Melrose added two more In both the fourth and shot by Ford closed it to 6-8 in the top I
Post 202 coach John 1 McCullough proI fifth innings with Mike Henley stroking of the eighth. The Gators then cranked :
', udly talked I about the success of last two RBI singles and: John up the bats again as Deans smackxo I
P.enPals- : tw Saturday's University of Florida Brantley singling in two runs.Flagler ed a two RBI single, Steve FloycM .
: ; ,. baseball appearance In Keystone."It then made a game of it. singled him in,Henley rapped a threes I
nr. rw : really: went even better than ws Fred Ford lined a solo shot over the run homer, and Brantley drilled am n
KeYlltonetou I expected," McCullough left-center field fence in the seventhfor home run to push UF back Into .thva II
eel flocked around hiding his delight about Satiurday's the Saints and John McMahon's comfortable 135 advantage. ''It II II1
the college baseball I.t t",'., ,\ "3 proceedings. The game, which \cn !
player' In Keystone .J+ y +. Florida won 13-5 over Flagler before
J n estimated 500 ,raised closeto WHT.11
Heights Saturday. I + r Ms.Here' an people -. I
Galor Steve t $900 for the Post 202 program butthat's Starke Jr. Cage Stars
Lombardoiil sign. a J not all McCullough said. "We
baseball the kids. ,\ y, expected a pretty good turnout but we
UF catcher Ron Cardied didn't expect everything else. The
and pitcher w Florida players were just super with Smoke Macclenny 78-15i1
Shawn Mathena are the kids, the weather was fantastic .;,
behind' the group. R" and the game was a good one.Florida
l .: got here around 11 and let the kids Starke's 9-12 Recreation Depart- 15 buckets between them to lead they; I!
,..' (present for KRA youth baseball ment basketball All Stars got tournament young Starke stars to the win.Robert s ;'
-1 team division) come on the field and playoff on the right foot Mon Bellamy added a dozen points Leyu I
1 play pepper and throw with them. day night, completely dominating a Simmons had 10 and Simon Mitchel I'
and: they signed balls for the kids.Then group of Macclenny all stars 78-13 at netted eight points for Starke. whlclP I
they played touch football with a the Old Armory in Starke. scored 48 points In the second half. "'
lot of the kids at the banquet The rest of the District III junior 'i,
1 (afterwards at Eston McCullough' The Macclenny team unused to tournament will be played In Holly; I
home). They Just went way out of shooting on the eight-foot goals whichare Hill,near Daytona with Starke play *' II
there way and really made a good im used for this age bracket, made ing the winner of a Deland Youtm" I
pression over here.From a PR stand- only three baskets all night (with 9 Holly Hill Midgets game Thursday0. I
.. point it was great. I think they (the free throws) while John David Fran- Feb. 21, at 5:45: p.m. The eight team"
Gators) were tickled to death and cis ((16 points off the bench) and tourney continues through the finals II
1JJllrr A coach (Jay) Bergman Indicated we Daren Chandler ((14 points) threw in Sunday Feb. 24. I
could make this an annual day." ,)1'I I
McCullough noted that "the ....b II
weather dice,"this but time Saturday of year could is like hardly rolling Keystone JV Boys Fall to Jasper ":I u Ii j

have been a better day for baseball, i
playing or watching.And The Keystone JV boys lost to Jasper KHHS' JV" visit Union County, Ii
vII as for the game the watcherswere 72-58 Friday night, Jan. 8, at home, Friday, Feb. IS, host Baldwin Saturday -' I
I ,' J 'rI treated to a home run derby that falling to 4-11 on the season with the Feb. 18, and host Hawthorn
wasn't the runaway some might have loss.The Monday, Feb. 18. I
expected. The Gators pounded out to loss came despite an 18 point .
a 6-0 lead after five innings. Little night by Greg PrIchard, who's comeon Joipw M U IS It 77*
Ronnie Deans smacked a leadoff strong of late,and a 18 point outingfor K.y.to. U 13 U IS a.l ,II f
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homer in the bottom of the first and Bobby Strickland. Herbie Home MV TOM k. f> II Hfmf "*/WA
burly Tony Stevens poked a four- added 10 points for the Baby Indians. 51.1b.....C.O.r..w". ,.,oj II
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Both Teams iea'J\eUp\ at the'Plate .
And not' Jut at'1meMsiale- Vvhtre.: they swatted"six Here:. Gator'mf'mbf'rs.,. 'Jo"iudinic" ad" coach; +oJ';: - .. .
I homer between! them. Florida. Flagler." and others on Bergman (on right side with glasses) break bread with lit? 'Everyone ;
hand gobbled l l up the barbeque-beans-slaw-etc.' served al lie fans Don John McCullougli(next to Bergman)and Tony G'
Kston ;MvfullouKh's! house after the game Valentino (at right of Keystone.
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pactor. cement i mixer, GROCER SHOPPING A INTERIOR DECORATOR- prices paid for odd pieces OPPORTUNIES

pressure washer,. lawn .CHORE for you? let me trained In California. Now and sets ol sterling silverwara. SERVICES WANTEDMEN "
maweri tillers other Hit and GOOD PUKE PAID for used FENCIMGi All kinds hog
come pick up your Ideas. Call 475-1731. Tea sets, trays, platters
garden auto and construe ,deliver to your door. Call tfnchg 1/17 etc. $125 per pound O* WOMINi SPORTING GOODS FRANCHISE mobile homos If mortgage wire, welded wire, barbwire
Ion tools. KEYSTONE REN age Let us assist Is 3/4 paid or more.OLIN'SMO..LI
you wood. chain link
for appointment. 475-1731. FOUND male Second ;
: Sat. minimum. Wind. 15
p.m. Complete 18-65 no experience naad-
TALS. Hwy. North. starting your own
free ,,"mal_. MANNING
Hnchg 117AUCTIONALL Lob/greyhound N. Main St.. Gainesville, ad. Write card latter to
4732995. TFchg puppy. sharpening service' circular or sporting goods business. 964-5606. Open 7 days
THREE BEDROOM NEW MER. block' with collar no tog. 375-8733 and 3737425. hand. carbide, F.N. Etc., P.O. Box 1239. Operate from store or weekly. TFchg FENCE CO.. 473-4822.

fireplace and two bath CHANDISEt Every Thurs. lake Geneva area, Will visit your homo. We chain mower blada hollow Starke, Fla 33091. 1/24 residence' full or part- WANTED Mobile home axles Keystone. TFchg

great room., day. 7:00: p.m. Truckloads 4732111. tfnchg 10/11 also buy antiques and furniture ground and balanced 4tpd 211 04. time. $1.000 required. and tlr... Will pick up. OVER-CAB CAMPER for,
Call Bob Harris Country' Club. of tools, drill pr..'... AFRAID OF OVERSLEEPING tfnchg 1/10 leave at Jackson Building SALES LADIES WANTED for Send name address, OLiN'S MOBILE HOME small pickup. Excellent
or 4733133. grinders, vises handrools For a small f... I'll wake FOR RINTl On lake Supply, Starke or KeystoneHis. ladles dress shop opening and phone number to SALES. 964-5606. Open 7 condition. Many extra

Available. 1/31 3tchg Financing 2/14. of about every type. Don't you up. Phone 475-1731 for Geneva 3BR 28A mobile TFchgALCOHOLICI soon In Storko. Apply to Sport-About, Inc. .7691 days a week. TFchg Sleeps 4. Phone 782-3904.

READY TO MOVE INS 4 BR. 2 be misled by people passIng woke up service tfnchg home with CHA. Unfur ANONMOUSl /- Doris McCrary. P.O. Bon Central Ave. NE. Frldley ,CASH FOR COINSl Gold Itchg 2/14.

both CH/A. Keystone through. Owned and 1/17 nished. No pets. $165 per 539. Tlflon Go. 31794. In.. MN 59432 ((612)784-3819.) silver sterling dental HOME! INTERIORS! CLOSEOUT

Country Club. Brand new. operated locally. Also' FOR SALES Quality Starcraft" month Includes water and Phone 964-5I4B or 9644582. elude age and work experience. 1/24 4tpd 2/14. gold GF scrap jewelry optical SALES House decor

Phone Bob Harris. truckloads of grocsrles.Dishes pop-up camper. Sleeps 8. 2 garbage pick up. Phone TFchg 1/31 Stchg 2/14. frames, etc. J.R. Bull- tions. Friday 2/15 and
473-3133.. Financing electronics and tables stove, sink 473-2383 alter 4:30: p.m. REMODELING BUILDING to care Ington 964-6250 TFchg. Saturday 2/16. B a.m. until
for Invalid 'In home 1 In CARS&TRUCKS
A40! loble. 1/31 Stchg 2/14. about anything you can refrigerator, heater Ifnchg 110WANTEDi REPAIRSi' New kitchensbotha MOIILE HOME AXLES and 4 p.m. 1222 Bradford St..
Graham Hours andforms
nome. Bill Perry Auc. carpeted.2400. Keystone Carpentry andmasonry family rooms.Brick, area. wheels. Top price paid for Starko. Itpd 2/14.
FOR SAW, Electric fto.end block concrete. Fireplace can be arranged. "like n.w' condition.
tioneer. 2315 S.E. Heights 4732910. tfnchg work. brick. ONION PLANTS, Texas
Call 468-1437 after 5
hood 30" honest
gold. specialists. Griffls Con- p.m. Phone 964-8331. 1/24
Like. now $175. Call Hawthorne Rd.. 10/18 laying fireplaces. Small structlon. Phone 4732108or or 485.1879. 2/7 21pd 2/14. I7S DODGI TRADESMAN TFchg Grano 2 < each Leon Starling .

473-4241. 2/14 Itpd. Gainesville. 684-4323.4tpd MASONRY WORKS Block jobs large fobs. Free 473-2578. WOO URGENTLY NEED DEPENDABLE 100 Custom Van 6 Lawtey 7823310. Itpd

LAU LOn FOR SALES 1/31-2/21 brick. stone. SpecializingIn estimates. Daytime phone SEWING MACHINES PERSON who can cylinder. 3 speed 2/14.

Keystone Heights. SEWING MACHINES fireplaces, new or 473-4473 nights after S REPAIREDi All makes work without supervisionIn automatic. Craig AORIDITE Farm Bureau

Beautifully wooded loll on "Due to Divorce" Beautiful rebuilt. No|Job too large or p.m.. 3723906. 4tpd cleaned oiled and adjusted. Stork or_. We train. AM/FM/cassette stereo FOR SALE Safemark Tires batteries,
Future One small. Write J.W. Hopkins. with speakers. carpeted 'lubricants.
clor, sand bottom lake. Singer Zlg Zag. too Call 4732841. 27228. $10. Work .accessories.
of Singer's finest stretch tfnchg 10/25 FOR SALES 1971 GMC truck guoranleed. James General Manager, Royal Interior, sun roof rear 407 N. Temple Ave.. corner .
Good forms discount 10'co.h.
or stitches, buttonholes A NEW AMWAY DEALER Is dual wheels, tandem axle, Strickland corner MorganRd. Oil Company. Box 646. Ft. coiling vent air shocks BASS BOATi 2 yrs. old- xtra Praft.and '301. Phone

frees. 1 overlooking to 3 acres with'joke nice monograms, blind hems In your area Just waiting to 22' body rear and side and Hwy 16. TFchgj Worth Texas 76101. Itchg fog lights. 2300. Phone good condition I5'6" Col 9646465. 1124 4tchg 2/14.

etc. Still In warranty. Sold serve you. Please give her doors, hydraulic lift BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 2/14. 964-8969. TFchgK IIn.Craltw2padolaaal..Irlng .- SEWING MACHINE
from 3500. $500 SERVICES Bradford reslden.tlal WILSON PAVING Lady TOYOTA COROLLA! 1975. console-live well
now $349.SO. balance due a call at 9044751731. tailgate 10-speed "Due to Divorce" Beautiful
down.ISO month. Commer- wanted to AC radio good condition. Rod locker -
Com answer SIot'oGDcomportm.nl
129.86 or SI3 month. tfnchg 117CA.p.Nnl transmission' good tires, pump-outs $45. One
per Future
Singer Zig Zag.
Clog lots on SR-21 North I merclal and Industrial. Fully telephone' and light duties. Phone 4733193. 1/24 Full carpet
Will take older machine as WORKlRemodeling good condition $7.000. of Singer's finest stretch
available Owner- Must be TFchg.8
licensed. Phone Boat caver 35 HP
part payment. Visa or work kitchen 473-4943. Itchg 2/14 stitches, buttonholes,
Salesman. 473-4375. 2/22 9648121. Phon.782-399I.lIpd2/14. CLEAN GAS SAVERS 1976 Evlnrude electric start
tfrichg. Master Charge acceptsd. cabinets and trim RETIRED COUPLE NEEDED to TFchgHORSESHOEINGi V-6 Century Buick. 58.000 Minn-Kale monograms blind hems

FOR SALES Two acres near Free delivery. To see call carpenter. Reasonable manage mobile homo park corrective work.Trimmingor 12 miles. PS. PB AC. $1700. control trolling- motorvvfoot depth etc. Still In warranty. Sold

SR-100 near K.y.ton.H.lght..13OO credit manager collect prices. Call Ed Dempsey at near KH furnished home yeorsxporience.' Larry Phone 7823307. Itchg recorder anchor new $549.50. balance due
mate -
904-376-4467. Tlnchg 2/14. 4732477. tfnchg I I/I provided. Phone 378-1795. 2/14. $129.86 or S13 per month.
down 561,88 'I' LaFo,,.tt.. Starke drive-on, trailer, 7823660.
per month. Phone 473-4058 FOR SALES Iff utility trailer $100 REWARD For block and Itpd 214UFHOLSTERVi 964-6273. 12/13 TFchg FOR RENT 1966 FORD GALAXY SOOt 2995.00. TFpd. Will take older machine as

or; 473-4367 after 6 $300; %Ion plck.up.body white female German Reasonable CASH PAID for 1964 or AC. tape player.everything part payment. Visa or
1/3 tlnchg. p.m. trailer. $200: 19' Crlscraft Shepherd. 7 mo. old with prices. 473-2032. 4tpd 2/7 earlier silver coins i and PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished works. $500. or SKI BOATl 16 ft. fiberglass. Master Charge accepted.Free .

AMERICAN LEGION BINGO.. Inboard and trailer needs red collar and red nome 2/28. silver dollars. .Phone efficiencies and 1 .best offer. Phone 964-7761. 73 boat;74 Mercury 65 HP delivery. To see, call

Highway 21 north Saturday .. work $750. 4734838.. I tpd tog. Lost In Melrose area HELP WANTEDi Earn extra 9043543077. 1/17 BR opts., weekly or man. Itpd 214.STATION engine, gator-tilt trailer credit manager collect
Su"y 2/14. 12/10. Answers to name money at home. Circular TFchg.A thly. NEW FURNISHED WAGON AT. AC. 1500. Call 964-5764 daysor 9043764467. Tfnchg 2/14.
7 and 2fin.
p.m. FOR SALEl Chain saw S2OO Banshee. Coll anytime mailers wanted. No experience REMODELING FRAMING. STUDIOS monthly only. PS,PB. low mileage. Below 431-1640' after 8.00 p.m.
Public Invllod. Hnchg Poulan w/bow. like new 475-1190. 2/7 Hnchg necessary. Send ADDITIONSi Houses :2313 N. Temple. Starke.TFchg book. price. Excellent con TFpd HAYS Bahla or Allsla. Larry

fOil hardly uted. $325. Phone HELP WANTED.''$370/Thousand stamped self-addressed barns, ate. Registered dition. Phone 964-7927. CHAIN LINK FENCI LaFollette. Slarhe.
2400 SQ. FT. DETAIL office 9646273.
or 2/14. TFchg.
473-2261. Itpd 2/14 envelopes you mall. envelope for Information building contractor. Stateof KITCHENETTES One BR Itpd material Do It yourself
4>oc.. Excellent location. FOR RENT Melrose, 2BR Postage Paid. Free. Send to G.A. Reld P.O. Box 126. Florida Paul's Framing. apartments pool. TV AC. 1974 CUTLASS SUPREME and save. Installation COASTAL BERMUDA HAYSPhone
traffic or.... Will .. utilities Included. '01..1111'lurnl.had. AC. AT. PS PB. radio
Slo' 964-80IS. 1/31 KeystoneHeights.
Sigh 28A. Ocala block.fireplace to PAD-B Rt. 2 Box SCO Keystone Heights, Fl available. Free estimates.HondyMan .
.. Midway Shopping 41pd 2/214 Weekly mon clean. Runs good. 1095. No collect calls.
kitchen equipped Keystone Height, Fl. 32656. 2/14 3/6. Fence Co.-
Center. For Info call Weeks LIMEROCKl 20 yd. semi thly ral... TEMPLE MOTEL. Phone 46&1653. Itpd 2/14. 1/31 4tpd 221.COMMERCIAL .
$250. 473-4961. Itchg 32656 1/3 tin NEED 964-8959.
alt and Tack lo or 475-1953 'loads only. ALLEN '. 880 N. Temple Ave.. 1974 PONTIAC GRAND PROPERTVl
ffter 7 p.m. 12/28 tin chg.CfSH 2/14 FOR SALIi Tractor Ford PARTY wedding or any TAYLOR. lawtey. Phone Starke. Phone 9647357. PRIXi 51.000 miles, bucket $ HOUSE OP 2.47 2.40Osq.
2000 price $3,490. Massey other Important event? I seats. AM/FM. PW PS PB. VACUUMS Many brandsof acres apprax.
9/20 TFchg.
FOR SALES "Hot Rod" Lin- 7823172. TFchg. .
FOR COLD Sterling ft. block bldg. 510 ft.
equipped. Ferguson MF-50. 3800. can lake all those many HOMES BUILT remodeled or MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE, AT. AC. tilt wheel. 1200. new .acuu..... Used
coinsgold. coin fully south of
Eomond.i Will visit custom point and wheelssacrifice Both very good shape.Also details off your shouldersand repaired, fireplaces kitchens HOME PARK mobile homesand Phone 964-5881. Itpd 2/14. machines available. Porte Waldo.frontage on 301 Phone
mower and ban onto mine. Call me for plumbing and electrical space for rent. Phone P-1SO FORD TRUCK Trailer and accessories for all
< .. 13765235. at $3.000. I-8I3-S26-7068 or
blade. 473-4367 or Informationquclified9044731731. work. Phone Wade 468-2912. TFchg Special. AT, AC. PB PS. vacuum systems. 404NW
fro i Rittman. tfnchg 1/17 4732671. Itchg 2/14 4734058. 2tchg 2/7-2/14 ( ) Bohr. Building Contractor. MODERN FURNISHED AM/FM radio. James 10th Ave.. Gainesville, 14734680. 2/7 4lpd 2/28.

tfnchg 1/17 Lawtey. 782-3973. TFchg. APARTMENT cop.l.d.on. Gasklns 964-8356. 2/14 phone 3767110. TFchg CHICKEN HOUSE to be lorn

ROOF COATING and bedroom heat and Tfchg. BRIC-A-BRAC SHOPt Just down for barn or garage.

I i t Union County: Tim n I washing mobile homes AC. private paved parking opening. Hwy 21 North of Tin and lumber In good

and trailers. Also carpentry security doors and lights, Keystone His. Ceramics condition. Buy as much as

ERSONAL work no children or pets. Phone ClassifiedAds plaques dolls Indian you wont. Phone 9646528.
Phone 964.7cs..274tpd 964-8265 after S 1/31 2/7 4tchg 228.FIREWOODi .
WANTED FOR SALE ting. p.m. Jewelry' other items
SERVICES 228.IXFERIINCID. ? 2tchg 27.FURNISHED. Get Phone 4737042. 7/26 S3S for

PLEASE RETURN! Will persons 176 MAZDA) Rotary Pickup t EFFICIENCY TFchg truckload of oak. S6O for

CUSTOM ., MADE who recently robbed with topper C.B.. and CARPENTERMASONtwants APARTMENT exceptionally Results"HOMES' GET YOUR COPY of .the truckload lighter. Phone

HRAPIRIESIFreeclimates. I home of Mrs. J.D. KnightCyder .Radio 42.000 miles,,, small construction clean well maintained Bradford County Telegraph 9647769. 2/72tchg 2/14..
refurbished. $140
Lofbl7di ( Knight IL) kindly_ mall S2.90O. Contact Marvin! j jobs. Fireplaces Same q.1I, I, newly 1''mon.II"Phon. CENTENNIAL'ISSUE. "Westill I NINE ACRES All or part on
stributors for con"Ith" I. "...,.....'" CfIId).'I i 'OrlHIs home 431.1652.\\ ingv.: additions. Phone "p-er have a few copies leftIn Hwy 16 West. SJ.000 per
1/31 Hn
callable nationally' family certificates of any work 7823811. 4-12 shift. 782-3906 after 6 p.m': 2/7. 964-BI91. the office. 135 W. Call acre. Phone 9645916.
birth certificates 2/14 2/21 2tpd.! 4tpd 3/28.- 214.NURSERY .
advertised GardselteDraperies. kind. or mobile homes. Inquire at FOR SALE St. Don't miss out on this Itchg
saw Enter other records to me at illANDi 9.64 acres of land .. office. White's Mobile issue I You'll get 102 pagesof STOCK FOR SALES
p I.... Ed or lama following addreis. Please, one mile N. of Raiford on MOBILE HOMES Why Bradford Citrus on trllolata' root for
Home Park. Sit 16 and 225. pay County
Stephens. 4962219. these could not be of value S.R. 229. Contact C.W. BABYSITTING, In my home. cold resistant. Peach
2/7 4tchg 2/28. more? Buy direct from factory history for only $1. TFpd
to but do have meaning Dowling 4311963. 2/14 Weekdays, weekends, and
341/79TFN. you. persimmon nectarine
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE fur. large selection of 24. IIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi pear
RE4ONABLEi Small trees far me. Mrs. G.O. Turnerformarly 2/21 2tpd.KITCHEN nights. Fenced In yard. 48R. fig.
'nlshed $130 month. $70 14. 12 wldes. COMMUNITY loads only. ALLEN E. guava. gropes
ood limbs cut or trimmed.Reasonable ( Dorl.Knlghl) 9142 TABLE; and six .. plenty of ,roam blueberries, onna appleB'ltf
ra'.'. Call lle-de-France, Tallahassee, chairs. In good condition. separate playroom. Phone security deposit. MOBILE HOMES SALES. US TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone doriet apple 4'-S'%
Tory 431-1' 1 14 alter 6 p.m. Fl. 32108. 1/31 Stchg. 2/14. Priced reasonable. Call 9648107. Itpd 21ZCASH 2/15. Phone 964-8243. 301 North. Open 9 to dusk. 782-3172. TFchg camellias
I t.3 7FN. after 4 p.m. 496-2409. 2/14 Itchg 2/7. I to 6 Sunday. Phone ROUND BALES OF HAY $15 ,
TWO BEDROOM Mobile plants, junipers, palms,
TFN. 9648741. TFchgSA.ATOCA each. Phone Arthur
NEED TO BUY If need to
bay a used) truck you or any FOR RENT 3 BEDROOM.2 both home. at your home for sterling '. Home. Phone 964-6112. HEIGHTS, 3 Gosklna. 782-3140 or shade trees, many more.

type of Chevrolet call John 2.600 plus sq. feet on 1 1/3 any condition. Forks.knives Itchg 2/7. bedroom 2 bath special 782-3497. TFchg Roses on Fla. root stock.
Faulkner. Lee Chevrolet MOBILE HOMESt One end ac,.,. 8 3/4 percent spoons, etc. Gold TWO BEDROOM trailer, AC financing available. Your COASTAL BERMUDA MAYS O.C. Comes. Nursery. 23

Co.. Jacksonville. two bedroom. One both In assumoble mortgage. 4 10K. 14K. I8K. rings' For clean. Prefer family. plans er ours. Phone Affordable Phone 473-2427 KeystoneHis. miles SE of Starke atFlorahom.

72.1-1880. 2/7 TFN. each. Married couples on years old. On SR 231. Call Info phone 533-2406 or Phone anytime after 5 p.m. Homes. 964-5511 or No collect calls. 1/24 .. Hwy 100.

I ly. Reference required. 496-2968 after 6 p.m. 2/14 964-7672.Monday-Friday. 782-3332. Itchg 2/7. 473-3133. 1/31 Stchg 2/14. 4tpd2/l4. Phone 6592165. 2/7 6tchg
Call 496-3130 2/7 21chg TFN. chg.5EWINQ 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Itpd 2114. KINGSLEY LAKE APT. Yearly BroilerHouses. 3/13.
I 2/14. ,rental bedroom bath. LAKE GENEVAl 100 ft. CHICKEN LITTER from

MAINISURANCE MACHINEi Living-dining area all- lokefront lot In Bradford James Catkins,
Mobile Home. 3BR. I 1/2 "Duo to Divorce" Beautiful electric kitchen sun room. County. Restricted for 189O 964-8356. 1/24 TFchg. I .

Ct 160 S. lake Ave.. lake bath 12X16 FI... Room 1ocr. Singer Future Zig Zag. One LOSTFOUNDLOST fiirnlshsd. Dock privlllges. sq. ft. one'story homes. CONSOLE STCREOl AM/FM _-.0-_.. _viihodIs.

B+er. 496-3978. Complete .. 12/12 utility bldg.. of Singer's finest stretch Phone 5332952. Itpd 2/7. Sell or exchange for commercial radio, turntable solid _.

Insurance Service. TFN garden space private entrance stl.tches, buttonholes .10.... REWARD I-BDRM MOBIL property In Starke. wood, Mediterranean console
EVERYONE IS INSURABlElImmediate 19 minutes fromStarke monograms, blind hemi. .< Male, Walker Hound lost MOMSiConv. shoppingcenter Will sell or trade for commercial cabinet small record EH.A

coverage by Ralford or Lake etc. Still In warranty. Sold on Meng Dairy Road. no children pets. property. Phone storage. Magnavox. Needs R.T.IOVORN

plo".. JOE U.HIItAt1NCY496.2126 Butler. Call 496-2842. 2/14 new." $549.50, balance due Name on collar. Carl Keith Phone 964-8810. Itpd 2/14. 3566849. 24 hrs. some work perfect for do. REALTOR MLS 47 -'2S4

or Itchg. $129.86 or $13' per month. Rt. 1. Lebanon J.C.T.. Ken TWO BEDROOM mobile LAU OENEVAt 200 ft. ll-yourselfers. $25. or best

..9t'2903.TFN Will take older machine as tucky. Phone Merrill Grlffis. home: central heat and lakefront lot In Bradford alfer. Phone 7823330.

port payment. Visa or 964-6767. I#chg 2/14. alt. Phone 782.3693 ....'.. County with ranch style TFpd. VACUUM CLEANERS

Mailer accepted. LOSTl RED IRISH SETTSRl or 964.6114 days. 2/7 brick 2 2 POP-UP
Charge home. BR. both. STARCRAFT Best Buys
Roberts Female, about 10 mos.old.Lost TFchgR
Free delivery. To see call 2,166 sq. ft. with open CAMPERt Sleeps 6. gas In The Country
rV near Epperson St. MOUSE W TH TWO ACRES of
credit collect deck and dock. Will sink Rebuilt
50M manager Phone 9647824. Itchg land. In Phone porch stove awning New Used -
1 Real Estate 904-376-4467. Tfnchg 2/14. 2/14. 964-5760. Itpd country.2/14. sell or trade for commercial screened In room.With... KIlIyo.ltayal.FUtarQun..

I I {I 4. NEAR LAKE! 3 bedroom StART YOU OWN properly. Clyde W. tras. Phone 964.5627.after .

!;..L.l. u central heal, AC wall lo wall BUSINESS Ideal downtown Simpson A Co., 1119 3:30: p.m: Clean and very Hoovers,EurekasWE

9647828986 Temple carpet dishwasher stove location. Over 1700 sq. ft. Barnett Bank Bldg., .good condition. Itchg FINANCE

and drapes Included. 1.660 Carl Fillyaw of floor spoce. Phone ((904) Jacksonville. Fla. 322OI.: 2/14. Service
sq. fool living area. nice 372-2194 for more Informa Phone 356-6849. 24 hrs: Expert Slnc.Ig51AlTolIZ's Repair

ASSOCIATES location. Will consider Plumbing ,tion. Itpd 2/14. TFchg.
Weekends and Evenings Call financing to qualified buyer MISCELLANEOUSFREE N lAWTEVl 3 BR mobile 9%% ASSUMABLE MORTGAGEs HOPP TOPP

Richard Roberts" '.....Utl Judith Flynn.f....1314 Coll 496-2469 after 4 p.m.: Service Co. home furnished no pets. Even better this 3 '

An*Godwin 964-559 Petsy f llcox.964-6S7f 4tpd 2/21. pay your own utilities, no BR. 2 Bath fully landscaped 3 MI. North 30f
1/31t It 4 Box NOT? PUPPIESi Half Labrador I
JofSi Longford-496-114 William Canon.'...-.7CJo1 objection to two small builder's model hasa TRUCK Call 9646916Well

lorken Canon.%..-.704 luclllo Spry.9644420.C4 LsheCIv Poe 32055 and Phone half 9645723.Doberman.llpd children. Deposit. Garden golf course view.

Kay Weters .964-6941 Plena 755-0563 2/14. space. Phone 782-3279. $40.900. Keystone Heights.
HELPWANTED llchg 2/14. TOPSExtra
Owner salesman 473-7060.
4 BR, 3 both Family room. office, Recreetleii. If No Answer Free to good home. OneIs IWO ROOM and bath apartrrents. 3/14 2tpd 2/21

Formal IR, Formal DR. with I wall mirror 1 large Call Alter I POW while bulldog. Phone. All utilities furnish PREPARING TO BUILD on the Low Prices Drilling
ed. Color TV. Ready to
wclo.... CH/A 2 units' 1 car carport. all large rooms. 9646861. Itchg 2/14. move Inlet 2/17. Phone golf course In Keystone Cary McCollum ZThru 6"
lot*of closets. HELP WANTED Mature 2/14. Heights. 2 BR. 2 both. 2 tar Fast
964-7184. llchg Rotary
.1 IR.2 bath.Den with Knotty pine panelling,CH/A. attic Woman needed part-time to INFURN. APARTMENTS 2 carport brick home. Value 1-691-2814

fool coder closet large petle .ar.... help care house for Invalid work.and Call do TRIESTMINI MOBILE HOME llr; SI JO mo.. One effi for cost will be hard to Drilling Equipment

.2 nit, I Bath frame house. 30 x 14 concrete, ..ra... Rd 496.2175.2/14 light TFN. chg. INSURANCE'HOMEOWNERS c19"ySOS mo. Needs beat.. Owner.salesman Mclntoch Fla. STATE LICENSED

1od:'.... SOCIAL CORRESPONOENTSiNeeded STORAGE painting. .First and lostmonth 473-7O60 2114 2tpd 2/21.
.Country Club Living-Striking 4 Bedroom,3% both.. BrkkhoAe. for' In advance. No j Pumps

Kitchen with plenty of lovely. c."'_. Breakfast Lake Butler, :Raiford and Space Available In POLICIES, children. No pets. THE DANGEROUS DIFFERENCE

realm, Formal'OR Formal IR 'Family..", with flreplece, Worthington Springs. Temporary 10' x 12' a 10'_x 20'. 964.7521.2/143IchIll2/2a. BETWEEN ANTS TERMITESall New & Used

perilled d.... All this plus a fenced .beck yard area will possibly permanent CALL.THOMAS REASONIALLE RATES KXISES FOR) RENT 4 BR 4 -.=- us for Professional
Swttnmlng pool large patio area plus weed deck offBrepkfest employment. Canto*'."Jnlan --------- BA. $300 mo., 3 BR LAKE .SelePe".s.rvtce l :

roam and Family loa....Situated en .lerge lot SfiIfttO County Times Thursday or REALTY Olin's 11abile HOUSE. turn.. Fob May. Protection: and
E-Z TermsPlumbing
.t..... Friday 8:30 to noon. $250 ma. 964-7521.. 2/14 'VL BESURE
-Three. bedroom...1% B..Brick .home ee .large lot,. UROINnV NEED 'DEPENDABLE 984-6162 Hont Sales Stchg! 2/28. I'I '


*2 |R. IB. IR, FR, Block home In town neatl work without supervision In F. Delano Thomas, Phonci 004-9600 Carport utility ,room ,
.Weeded lei et Sterite Country Club. Union County area. We Realtor screened parch. SIM par New Installation

*3 k*. 2B. IR '1. Dlnlng-KHchen, combo.. Peffis.-in towo11ritifloce. train. Write J.W. Hopkins Elttou U. .Olln ,Agw'l' month. Phone SI 00 9648023.Security PEST CONTROL I
wlifj General Manager Royal Oil deposit. -=:.- Remodettna Fits"reQmrwignc J

Need room to grew.? Start with this Coal 1 ...",, /I bath Company. Ban 646 Ft. Itpd 2/14. --.- 9645534ROACH I

horie. bulll-lns end Huge comer Mwlrfi Worth. Texas 76101. 2/14 ,
Kitchen has cerport.
"nse .Owner may help III"..Call 496414, aftere Itchg. REGISTERGAS r ,


lull... 1-$ BR IB IR.. DR 210 x 428 let AND OIL "HrKEYSTONE AUTO FURNITURE' BOAT

.L..;ge, ranch, style over-looking lake. Seller. MOBIir HOME *Bulldozer Work HEIGHTS &

.bdrn/2betk. huee living room and. .large,eat-In...........3contorts SCRYICC iPOLES Large) or Small ..iW 9* iWMiirWM*! ftM 'InIRADFOIID I -,1 viaa* UFNILSTENT'Saff SUPPLYCOMPANY

hawse. Must see. tea features to jfV&9LP I
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1st!Cell 496-3814: after hours. '' I COUNTY 4 Mile/ South
0ner how relocated. Huge,4 Bdrm/2 both. family home. :'!*$ :* Pon&WILBUR: Bottles Experience), ,

"le week. Call but 496-3814 ieilh: If after. lefse hems lend-In town stosa tothing. : ?00 AMP i Motor Homes a. Filled lust .opened' end goingfast. I i TAQi\f\ 75RY UFFER 864 N,
: lots from
mention" if we don't hove S WATERS >, acre 'r [ Temple Ave.
Me mare tea numerous to I On Fabric ,
13.730. Owner financing
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yew want get yen 480 W. Medleon Bt Rierke available.' 473-7060 erevgs. March Starke. Fla.,

084-9729: Busga4a rW ''', T..... 473-1310. 1,4

*M Useet Furniture for..... .4t Home i 1/24 4Ipd 7/14. Appointment At Your Convenience .984-7061
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Tankard Heats Up- For" -BHS.JV's r ShotS ijPi9P:: 1.lJ: diansrl

6-3 sophmore Ben Tankard caught in the form of the North lUarlon Calla, Rick Stephens to remark,' "I don't t a r' 'Derrick> arr; radY do; c i rls "'fourstartstheIndians: : : BO to ;take

fire last week and ripped the cords for Friday and against Jacksonville know what to do about that dunking. I Tor.nado de Bodtscb.and Eddie ?yafa II\atouJ\ : butler-Union i County, Friday night,

62 points in three games as the BHS Bolles, Tuesday,-both {in the BUS gym wasn't. ready for that!'1' ,. ? JV' shots In two overtime peHcHw,1.1f,. Pie Feb; 15, host Baldwin Saturday night,

finished the week with a rous at 6:30. Assists from Todd Jackson Scott centerBen Indians of KHHS accepted: .Jasper's and ,welcome Hawthorne Monday

jayvees over Clay a team that Tankard was the ton) score in all i Hudson and Emmett Watkins helped charity ""'-70 hprnecourf vXtli r ,jast ; ahtFeb. 18. .
beat Bradford earlier In the season three games with his top effort com- ,Tankard., '> Tankardhad Friday : .U Is the Baldwin game that KtJHS

S7-48, The Baby Tornadoes absorbed ing against GUS, scoring 27 points in a the The Indians: rode 16 of 21 shooting ?coach Ron Brummitt is most looking

losses earlier in the week to losing cause. His 21 points led the Jackson finished the week with 31 shootingeye from the line to the wiri,VhHory' that forward to, The fifth-ranked.con-

Gainesville and Live Oak to make Baby Tornadoes to 'victory against total points for a 10.3 point per game last avenged a 79-5? loss Jasper and ,fer nce leaders <16X} starting..the

their 79-80 slate 4-14. Clay, a win punctuated by Tankard's average to go along with Tankard's 21 week.I + made Keystone. 6-Bip. ..,10110( \18-11 .week) barely escaped Keystone 66-65

The next action for BHS will come slam dunk, one that prompted coach point average for the week. ;tl overall.,' with three wins in their last at. Baldwin,) ,Jan, 22.' "We have a

knack for playing them awfully tough

UCHS l nd -'Frida.yiI.LJJ'' :: :Tiger Lifters ?,when Last we week want Jasper to-' Brummitt came In 9-6.said with

TiglJ legulat.Season: -
: s : only one loss to a 2A club (making

t .1 x Still Unbeaten hem the likely top seed for next
7,...... : : i ... ', :' anon'lh's -
JJhlon's County Tigeri'play their .* Thursday, t.ta.l to Macclenny by season hot. They topped Macclenny Unloir'(Wnty HlghV ,weightifting : district tourney at KHHSbutthe ) :

final regular season game step l look. four points Monday night, and then and Jasper by wide margins last Indians led most of the way:sand
'squad witha
ing for win number one when they dropped a Tuesday night horn game ,week to go M1M'with three wins in rr t;1 t. isfoh'/' at 3-0 pulled it out at the line. KHHS was togo

host district foe Keystone Heights to Jasper 82-78. Cross City.behind 9-8 roW. heading into Friday'night's:: final .. "IW' Baker County last Wednesday-!'vejlMacclenny.victory -- by 6 with just under three minutes

Friday night, Feb. 15, for an 8 p.m. Robert McDowell, topped-Newberry) bolame/ against Keyttorm. .lbw < ..aR1670.OMT1 school record .. but as they tried to slow things
# highlighted'
game following a JV'clash.The by one Friday and ripped Will ston, / RpsS, I said solid>> 1-3-1 tone defense totals by Tim Holmes by.l and down.. and ,eat away the clock/lGne:
Tigers lost to KHHS 55-54.tip{ an upset winner over 2nd'janked P.K.,t 'and the scoring of Lonnie priffin <22 .i .:., Norman. ;i layup was missed. another blocked,
'< .tA .I and Jasper came with a steaUojie
days ago in Keystone. Yonge 67-43 for the title. fe>:. ) -...gainjitsperJ.andTommy .- added up
Holmes his
W another notch to
coach David Ross still had Robertson paced UCHS.tiger ,the game at 62-62 to force an over
Last week the Union boys dropped Tiger -- -
three games to slide to 019. Newberry praise for his troops after the three- ........ .. ..:' ::.. 132 pound record list with a 505 total, time. ,-r<
II' 20 pounds .better than his' old
knocked them out of the'Suwannee loss week:><"We pjayad good hstrd.r'. f PO' With Keystone working Inside-ami
Conference tournament 100-58 last basketball/againskjMacclenpy and. Tennis Teams Sink> \ and Norman's 5,30'.total: was a getting fouled and the Trojans bombing -

Jasper," Ross said. The ganys against .. A.J u '. < '". HO S heavyweight school record. Terry from outside the teams ended the

t Macclenny's Wildcats Was close allr(tea Union-Cotttity> High:School's boys Richardsv) \ (Jrt' 'Marcie Mooneyham Jones McDowell also, Dean'took-O'Steenj Individual and Keith first first extra period at 67-67 but the In-

the way.ahanks to UCHS' pressure and girlS) tennis teams get their 1980 (5oph).and Paula Ruk r.Soph( ). "All places. dians scored the first five points of the

defense wtnk Jasper to a lt*> seasons underway this week under three: of the new girls show real good The scheduled .,second OT session and held on. 4

point lead midway through the last first year coach John Slater. promise," Slater said. Tigers were to Feb. Brummitt praised his COllr';Ct'lul

period Tuesday before Union forged a The boys team has just three line up against Williston, Friday, shooters and Morry Cravey j.who

comeback. "We went to the full court UCHS was tentatively scheduled to members, returning starter Henry 15. before visiting Baker County for a "shot the eyes out of it" enroute_to a

tf man-to-man press and really came visit Bradford High Wednesday and Curry (Jr), soph. Kevin Turrell!, and tri-match with the Wildcats and 14 point night. Dyal topped Keystone

back. We could have wilted at the end visits P.K. Yonge in Gainesville Tues- ninth-grader Ricky Starling so the Jacksonville lumm.nM 114* Los Lee(ue Wed.) '''.,'.Feb...100 Honour 20. (UC) with 18 points Carr had 15 on 7of 8

and gotten beat bad but the kids hungin day, Feb. 19. The first home match is going will be tough. "We'll give up ,....,........ 123 McDowell (UC) ............ 131.Malmoi from the line and Ito.stic "pllty.t'd

there." Tuesday Feb. 26, against Cross City. three points every match so we'll (UC) .......-...* .... DOOM OttMft (UC) super defense," according hll.bul) .
Irvin and Phillip Jackson The Lady Tiger team features three .......-...... I) Do. Overt (UC) .11..'......, tel :coach.
George have to win .
Slater :
everything else -a
io Rick ... ...
? ((001.10) Cartoon (UC) ,0- > HIW -
topped UCHS shooters and Ross said returnersseniors Carolyn Griffis noted. "We'll just have to do the best .M (CMI'2O| CI..... ,...... (UC) >M.14U> In.Olraul "To me they looked the best .th..y
Irvin "did a tremendous job on the and Sheryl Howard and junior Robin we can and work to keep the program (101) ..... 3)) c..... ...... (UC) JM.IKKHiHvf have yet," Brummitt said of Krittay.'s
boards," against the Trojans.In Hillalong with newcomers Pam alive." ilinnv Non... (UC) ll.. ll....... 3)) Jlmm,AT effort. .;
Conference ,h..(UC) "..........
last week's Suwannee qLt
---- ----
tourney matchup with ,
Newberry ((15-2 with the win), the ,,

w Tigers clung to within 19-18 with six .

minutes left in the first half but the YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESEGREAT

blur-quick Panthers zipped off 16 of

the next 18 points and led 43-34 at

halftime and 67-42 at one juncture In

the third stanza. Behind 5-7 Aaron OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST i t tSUNDAY'S

Miles ((24 points) they scored points ;

in the second half to reach the 100

mark.Irvin George scored 14 and James GAINESVILLE SUN gCLASSIFIED

.. Webb and Anthony Hicks a dozen

each for UCHS.

'I JV's on 3-Game StreakThe SECTION.

Baby Tigers are ending the ::j .

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:r.. ..: KH Netters Open Shop The Sun's Classified section : :

V. Keystone Heights Highs girls tennis :;n,
team its 19BO season at

Palatka Tuesday. Feb. 19. day for values. .C
every great shopping
JV Lady Tigers Fall The Lady Indian netters will haveto
go it without the girl who would

Lake City 'MiddleSihool'n girls have carried them Adrienne Saenz

tear lopped| | l Ihe JV Lady Tigers 2D-22 an earlv admission student who's at y JJ ENGINEER ASSISTANT c..SOItOOMTE..CH.1t I -t'

Tuesday iiiHlH in Lake Hiitlcr.llcrr. Santa Fe Community College playing s& BUFFET SUPERVISOR went.d, Prolific
Paula Hawkins, who scored tennis but they do have returners Lac.rml..n., ._ Retoonfibl0. modrtt for dtocuma nejlnavrlno., >ntatlon m.t/Cf maximum i aFlerld.tocurlty Stole faCllltVrlwced Olson A _,'
eight points, ilrihbleH for I'CIIS. Tamiilv Michelle Weeks and Michelle Hanks, Individual c Pable In and racordlno 'In R maoutactor Qualiricatlon. oraduatlon frorr .
hand1100 1 .It Pha..t o'fitn0 firm Sand resolve' to: P.O. an accradltact 4 yr. Colleo* ot .
Barton also scored eight points in and possibly. Susan Tomlinson and _.._. So" resume 101.Dof>' Bon 1030 Alachua.' FL 3261.. Univ. wlln ma lor court work Ir: "
the IIMH. but coach Mickey Dempsey Sharon Brown who also played last ow,,1.FIT...":i.Jun! DraWH ... D'.Ile, ; EOUCrfT10NALHSTTUTS ducallon.''Pkycnoloov' oclaflaldt > .. /
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the year." lifter his ,1V girls droppiwl Onc-e. and Natalie Dogowlf; CARE FOR MV MOT W*=ft 11NSURANCf : NW Both AVe ihr .'
tL /ACCOUNTS PAYABlf GOOD REFERENCES CALL ariariom'T: wu 'O'pDOr; r-:YpI111vi::: :: :o/or: .
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provide a wide range of ground, with this tractor The hYdraulically t I'." /Eaten fine..of ond soon'. l."r'.sre's. !, ,.2166'.. and. .".-,.n.. .ri.--. 13".c.i totalsmall, *, plant 4V1777 exktnd /...Oar",.-."PI... .11 ,

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less thjn, 1 mph in first gear, to maximum lifting capacity at the hoot cover como,.... Like now. color Aluminum In tlocM All.> fibrajit site*'and.. "."It'GIIt"TOIt.! Whirlpool ;
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Valued At '8.775 drawer. dresser with mirror.dre ISO Ib rcLbe /day Store SKI NAUTIOUe
Oaks NEW
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and bo springs a week oldAminq fry balw-aH *= Hair drver.' OUTBOARD MOTO. ,'
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Obituaries, 1 ".-- ...........\ I-: ........r-r--.... ...... -.-.,....--"... .- ,;- .......t-<.........., .1 I .y. r J.It"F, r.-, .....',.. -........ .

M....Venlle Slllnnk Pitch .1.of 4 .)TueidaY'', Jones in the Chapel morning In Jacksonville after a long Memphis Tenn. two brothers. W.T.: Burial will be In Dekle Cemetery
MI'II. Verdie Sistrunk Futch 89 of DeWitt C. Funeral Home Illness. Minshew, Lake butler,'and Herman under the direction of Archer FuneralDome
',106 N.Church St.. Starke. died Feb.5. with Rev. Alton Coleman, pastor of Born In Bradford County 'Mr. Mln- Minshew. Jacksonville;, four sisters, ,, Lake Butler.
,{'III'Bradford County Hospital. fur a the'' Lawtey Church of God, of. shew moved to Jacksonville In early Mrs. Essie Douglas, Blackahear.,Ga., ,
lbrielillpeA ficiating. Burial was In the Crosby life where he was employed as a Mrs. Louella Graham ,and Mrs.
::-1;!''M; native of Lake City. Mn. Futch Lake Cemetery, under the directionof welder In a ,Jacksonville shipyard. He Kathryn Humphries both of Jackson
came to Starke with her parent the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. was a member of the Massau Baptist ville. Mrs. Carrie Russell, Jl'erftan-
::tote Mr. and Mrs. G.M7 Sistrunk Temple. dina Beach.
'from' Cedar Key around the turn Rthe Isaac'. ( Survivors! Include; two daughters. Funeral services will be held Thursclay WE'LL PAY YOUA
.< century. She was the widow of the Jimmy Mrs.; Cynthia 'Agrilla. Jacksonvilleand (today) at 2 p.m. In the chapel: of CHERRY CAKE
late Charles A. Futch who served as J. (Jimmy) Minshew. 57. Miss Louella Minshew Memphis, Archer Funeral Home in Lake Butler FOR ADVERTISINGIN
;city. clerk of Starke for many years. of Fernandina Beach died Tuesday :Tom.* one son, Robert Minshew. with Rev. Bill Delaney officiating. ] THE WANT ADS
I Mrs. Futch graduated from the old
-Starke High School In 1909 when there .
tore only two members of the senior .-....... -.L"Io"
.11. class. She was a member of St. J I \ .
x Mark's Episcopal Church, Chapter
t n ffi4 Order of the Eastern Star and a '
charter member of the Woman's Club
of Starke. '

i Io She survived by two sons Mack :
IS.-Futch of Starke and Merrill C.
Flitch Tallahassee; eight grandchildren C..IBiB 1
>': and one great-grandson. -
Funeral services were held at 3 ;
i p.m. Feb. 7, in St. Mark's Church with
the Rev. John M. Flynn and the Rev.
Fred Yerkes officiating. Interment
was In the family plot In Crosby Lake
,"Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones
>i Funeral, I Home In charge.

'i Mn.Julia Dollar LawrenceMrs.

.Julia Dollar Lawrence age 61,
'Melrose, died Saturday afternoon in
,'North Florida Regional Hospital In
Gainesville following a lingering Il.lnetl8. -
.. ,. 1 --.

!, Born in Cordele Ga., June 22, IStS.'j I.- ) _' .. Jo u can jay //
Mrs. Lawrence moved from Jackson- H
'Vllle to Melrose In 1958. She was a I; ".--:a'eof\ .
former sales clerk in several area ..- )1\ Fto -

'stores, and she was a member of the .. IGtj F-:
Presbyterian Faith.
Survivors include: one son,Michael eo ;/
B-Lawrence, Melrose; four slaters. "
/Mrs. Edna Earle White Melrose : : : :'.>

:. Mrs. Margaret Barker, Jacksonville waste
Mrs. Ernestine' Harrison, Albany .
i Ga., and Mrs. Olin Smith, Cordele c : .
Ga. : :':;< :; : Ii /IIltltol rn/i. "Ilov rJ"
: A f;> a.IaIG.a..dpa.1I1a ;Q:1: 41.;:
Funeral services were held at 11 ,. .fir!,:: PPyValenNne.sDay l--- --... ", ("'+yheq art IcareJa.. > :
: Tuesday FEb. 12, in the s r m''' ''t > "
a.m. Trinity : Love I
i ,:, : 1I..y: : : W<
Episcopal Church Melrose,with Rev. ".. ., > "t':;4Fs'ro.: : :: :' Wimp. G." II"J. I You',.'m .. < ..: y. t:
: William Poppell officiating. Inter- ''Y. = .' endelf and Deanna : we seePPlm ss Valentin: FO1 iOrlteat" 6 yid
ment was in the family plot In Eliara ;; << r < .Jj O/ 8 lad you're mine' Alary, Always :wlp and YOU ._J'!?: k : 2 'I

Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral /: -. ..A".7 valentine's. = Mueho 3
Home. Keystone Heights, was in :. l''', :< v make It.P.elal. IMDOUr, ''ij .: '::<.

charge of the arrangements.Walter I ,,\ <. Lov.. 2YOII' I'" ;.t'V.1JP

'f' --....:/, wynette .:Y&f.'
I."Shorty"Powell ,. No, :
ii .,. )
: Walter I. "Shorty" Powell, age 79, ) __ jt'ltt'''': n *; "'-"-...... .L.. e.. :': ':".< ,.

i who lived on Immokalee Rd., .. ,: :'t': :I I
Heights died in North ; :
Keystone < .
.. ': fo .yxtros ro lY.,t1I:>r gyn.k : ,
'. ?} GI'I .' You t.\ ; t.1A
i Florida Regional Hospital in : J 11161 \
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Gainesville Friday afternoon. i!' < ::: I tMay 'p. \0 'Nt Pi'; '$f ;.t ,...
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Born in Olustee, Fla.,Sept.20 1900, VP.1-:: o"r M "i-.,u ,,,. pro"e" thnnta i : r 11:..' :::,1

!Mr. Powell lived in Jacksonville for : .,> ,0 "k' lot I"O'O I\. Ii 'iOO\Warping: uldk: :o', eror."J.Y 4,4! 1 1410-; G uY SIoJ"/r./ ,.' iJ B
i I many years, moving to Keystone in ) : A'
:i976. He retired in 1964 as Health ;; J, '"' you., and".\gh BYvt"' aaTtytM1 ", Ic" ,j i J treat'"anti"red' fto" :01.s ors Red '.. : ;;
y-u .
!;Sanitarian with the City of Jacksonville ( You t,04 all ( I :; ",.OW pa, a"18." ?
:; serving for 32 years. Mr. Powell ) atty. \ f Ren o"ta.,,, lT"iS F \
r '> : 7p: :
t was a member of the Temple Lodge I t-; 1''<, tot "' SOA d git Lab' ; :ella tr)

:::23, F.A.A.M.. Scottish Rite Body andwas 'w#" -J'.1oi... r O"dJ""..,zI 'PPYlloJ."a'a 'JrJi) k
:Morocco Temple Jacksonville -- 'f -s iiii .11. -
:; a member of St. Anne's ;; p 010"
&' 'J and Nanny (Y "-.111.\:
:Episcopal Church, Keystone. _J' Rhoden: -=- J: may,.,. ..... .a '
;: We Love You ""- ; .. '<:tI7 "
I Survivors Include: his wife. Ellen ,1- y ". HopPyVoJan"n.1Do" l ..... \- -
:Dennis Powell; three daughters, ,, :: ;0 Z ,\,... ,
a.'o E- cur
I :i Doris Doyle Keystone, Irma Doyle, i ( \ J. ; L":1't J
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i".i'i Ricky
:Ponte Vedra Beach and Patricia Norton -_ ,,: v'it;. ...... ': )We .r-"f', r r cPo -.lct1'" ". :;:. 1 C''lo At; "' '
: of Keystone; one sister Maude is y I. "" ,.,0"!J JI" "'.
:Fowler, Jacksonville and seven; twelve great-grandchildren I .'.1P& to10,0 e 1 OI)y' Kenny Valentine:: ; Always", :o"ttota"* 4 "lends and C Cr.

"" C .1 'B.O YalI P tl"Q"t1"d "
urLove I
grandchildren. 'I 1..8f1.\\ : I'
: Funeral services were held at 2 / \.fl.e. V o "} \a o4re4' \ .. ", '
'', .-
';pm. Monday. Feb. 11. in the St. ... .... "" "' f" aQt' "O% L."o" 'd
:Anne's Episcopal Church Keystone, 'I\\ 'J\.p-I ,JJ "dSotrOf,
with Rev. Johnston H. Pace of- "'tb"\: : .., '
:ficiating. Interment will be In .1.wr 06.. S.T.ondD.T. nc
with / \
:Keystone Heights Cemetery :- '
:Masonic Rites with DeWitt C. Jones Jtoldl \ 4 .

;Funeral Home in charge of ar L ( hq P4 ,,,:;: y v'J \
:rangements.In I :
: lieu of flowers donations may bemade I h''t\ .
to the Florida Lung Association. : / ;- 1t '/1.O"'e'j tx"TOda I :'> 1 ,0
&I" t' 090 cis first ft4.., oobe ... iyoAmms ,
; day :
II \ ,.,, uur fives.:, W ho/Amt you'' 1 .r"F" ,,... "
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: Mrs.Julia D.Thomas \ .., 1 I.C.II-A'" Z s Day' o '
i. Mrs. Julia D. Thomas, age 75. of I. Lov.JlQ, pp"VOI t.nllni "

Lawtey, died at her residence Thursday ,r'1'\{: ,tI: Susie, :;) l.,,; 64111Pao "
sudden Illness.I .0'18. /
following a \ .
I i I. Born in Suwannee County Fla. I -' ...!A': ;:!!"f".7jP' ,.C. // ".P'/ :;::

an. 31, 1905, Mrs. Thomas moveram 1, v.r /... '
Live Oak to Starke 40 years ago. I t / --- co"UO\ .:/ 1 rlo t, ::;;;. ....

She was the widow of William R. '):I V' ,\.
homas and was a member of the \c\0'\\oe.4 t "
I ef'l l ... '.Y
Pak Grove Primitive Baptist ChurchIn &.;. r;;: "' \ '91- o oll\: W'Z. "Bost"s dO"'''' .'

(II( Survivors Baker County.include several nieces <;1'> foJf\CI'e. PatWaite' ," Jbnmy., : } .) LOI"r"Y;,'. tav, TO.V41 Our:hod our had"p':01&r" frnwna., I? <' _
N Coeeyatda love I WO ,
: 0\\\ you to :<
Mrs. Donnie my Fo'.r. even
and nephews, including : much, Wi v. with you .
Mae Yarborough of Starke. visa- ond stteM
I Funeral services were held at 2:30 C 11'17 unknown LIndo... we"L iota the, e"d tiff;. ';t ...
.;" e : :'
>m. Saturday Feb. 9, in the Chapel ., l '
/ 'hop' ut lrtends.ny >
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; and ihr .
pf DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ;), <:; .: -
of- :. : o Xf.: ,........
with Elder OM. Yarborough .. t.
Jokn. ,. .
< "" .t;.. '.w,.
ela tlng. Burial was in the family plot !r""J,<'i """ "" .... "I.it4 :. ,<. //j:

Dyal Cemetery. j' l; ..t.:;},:<.;" iIo.h. "'...... ,:>.."' .&.lot, ; ::: ,1 N=. '<'
f .
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William Herbert Summers I f i\\ red '" : \ ;U& J I
1 I William Herbert Summers, age 78. ,>, $ I); I" .. II".. '. '.?i'i ,

in Alachua General Hospital In 8 s.<:<:. f. \. JG"W love. .ill LtridW:r\o"0'8tv so'" play "'..%.. o/I. "" h if.
illness. < .I ? ,
Gainesville following a long '* ':: t"0., ''' / ..
d. c..,., "" ):; < .
LBorn I in Boston, Mass., Jan. S, 1902. I ;1JL; W? ; th ttapPY A"'o oat co..e S-..' J a. x,':b.> hj'j ; I
to Starke In t'/ /< "'
moved .. M.. ./.
.N'! 'a"
((981. For many years Mr. Summers ,,: 'I ;1/ '' J1" )l
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>;tY ; ..orI5f1. J'... : > k
Motel .. ,,, ) e .
perated the New Englander on "" < le" 'J: --" ,,y. ,. .
Worth! 301. He served as Mayor of \iP." P and '. ':: 5a.4OTNUW

Hampton In 1977-7 and was a .} : \v! .
of the Episcopal Faith a tY .. 0.0"a \. .1
include: two brothers. J. ."":<' \ :II l POJlqa" ..0",.... J" ':'><: .
Elaine Boothbay Harbor, .J'*' a: 'L ...q.r"v..(; GodCOU'd.i": ..mY: 1 'U, T--c, J

H. Mortimor Summers ., <, ( ... .J : '0 4. ..,.,.."... 111, ) ,,
r. ". .
and two -
\ ewtonville, Mass.;. by TO: Russell'": 'od.. QIId." 'a'ou ':<
Funeral and low me love nta e
'j low yqa
I services: were held Friday. you

Feb. 8, In the Chapel of DeWitt C.. ,. ..... r
Jones. Funeral Home SUrke. with ,f! 'JY ,, "'fl' aiwoya, .bet'... '\
Rev. James L. Shaw pastor of the )4 f! 's .
sntiM .
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.x; \ i drnO Judy '
Hampton Christian Church of- OfOl'Y ,. l Atl1 .. ,.
elating Burial was In Crosby Lake i ". you-. .tl"O"l\ :. :.,, :o'JO'O" :;:
jemetery.Ain.. ,-:.: "" ,ooy. ---r:.! ',.... \\.A,. :. : ...... ,o.d"" 8.D ,,"' 1A A AA
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C'oralynJ.'al" 6' : :-: ,
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| Mrs. Carolyn J. Yates age 33, of ::1}- .,. ,. ;" ). : .,. 4. .." I.. '.. .
Starke, died Sunday at the residence Atdr I"'lf ,:; O'I ': 'It' 0"" #01.1). '. .
fallowing a long illness. ,"". ;. Edon) thll I ., .tour! 1i: rt \:F/eyne yI ,
Born in Corpus Christ!,Texas. July ,.. C.* end tW1"/ ''': o'w
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71'| 1946. Mrs. Yates'moved here ( ft '

ytars ago from Jacksonville. She attended ... ; ...,..... "",:. .j ,
,I the Lawtey Church of God. :..._ ... :' ", ,I >1' "" I', \>0. L .c- --- to':,

Survivors include: her parents Mr. .... ''J '- \1 -. .. and Mrs. Howard E. Barnett Starke; :::::...... r
tree daughters. Linda K. Martin., ,J f" ,,1 8 -I "lV1..... J 1
Cbralyn Ann Martin and Sherry Mar'to ti
l all of Starke; one son David A- .. ,.. '4 ).. ---1 i
Martin. Slegeman Missouri:'' four .- : ? .' ,1/. w .. t! :;::;!J 1lit. 1-
Barnett \
brothers. James and Randy ,, 11I'', >,
both of Starke. Cliff U.S. Air Force., .. 1" : ; "
stationed In England and Roger '" I'
Burnett U.S. Air Force, stationed in .. La I-V :If.
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Cocoa Beach: one,sister Mr. Gloria- !- ..uI
Gene Huber, Lawtey. r

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Anything I marKed Ster -
I This Is definitely our Last Trip HorelPaying !
ling...Spoons, forks, knives, ,,._ ", .
plates.candlesticks, trays, tea I "', '. Cash For:

sets ...etc.BRING.


$4 00----. ,...... .
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Wo Pay. .
Paying Cash for $2 00 .

$10.00 each and up

SCRAP GOL.!(196S1970)M.. on these. We pay more
for rare dates We have
We marked 100K 14.K, 18-K. H
buy anything or a current 1980 Coin Pric-
Broken watches chains, bracelets, ( )
rings, ing Guides we'll gladly

wedding bands, gold teeth, earrings ... the show you.
could and We buy gold item i"", '
list go on on. any .j : '.
in i any condition. Bring everything in and we'll t ,,"'.

pick out what we can buy. DO N"'T THINK ABOUT IT... DO IT!


HIGH SCHOOL *1 .00 U.S." Gold Coins................We Pay $100.'00 and up :

CLASS RINGS 2.50 U.S. Gold Coins;..... ..........;We Pay '90.00 and up .:

; We buy all these too! Ladies rings usually) will .' *3.00 U. .8. Gold Coins.. .............We pay '150.00 and upnd .;

bring 10.00 to 20.00 ... while Men's rings ,:
bring'20.00 to'35.00. ','5.00' U.S._. Gold Coins......,.........We. pay $115.00 up "

; (The larger the ring, the more we can pay) -*10.OD U.8. Gold Coins ............We Pay 130.00' and up ;'

t $20.00U.S.: Gold Coins ..,.........We. Pay 300.00 and up l
Wouldn't eitra cash in the balk be tetter thin"junk"plhertnf dustY ;.
Think about all those Hams Just lying around the house,or In the ;.
bank box,costing you interest rats or your money.At 8%interest. W. are back Hundreds you have received thousands of !
the ash you can get on this"(or*"will double.! less than 9 years. dollars selling us your"JLlnk"'gold silver and old coins.Why. 1
There are vary few people in thilllusaneSi.so you may not get this don't ? No Just .
you appointments necessary. bring
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levels 7 6 0 0
chance again.Wjth&Olclandlilverprlc.lltr.cord setting melt we everything In.We will be at the location below for 1 DIY only' CALL: o
can at a profit!melt down aH those items.(We do not silver .
If firm If In
you any questions about our or doubt: aboutcertain .Y
full coin value on ) When the big ; '
dollars" or cold coins we pay :
fallout in gold and silver prices do occur as thew.will,prices we can Items,you have which we can buy, -CALL US-We'lltell ;
Py on these items will be greatly lowered.H you have any questions you If we can buy Itl '' ., r
about our firm or V to doubt MDI4cert.lnitem.wlC"buy." j

CALL US *.*, *,.MTh. HOLIDAY: INNSTARKE'. ; ,:;'., :. F\\ ,.. FLORIDA

: :SATURDAY FEBRUARY' : 16th 1980 Sam- 7pm
we'll tell you if can buy iU! ,

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