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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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; County Will Soon Have 45 Miles : .

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:: Of (New. ) Secondary Roads aP'fAfe, .

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Less than 19 mite* of'the county's from SR-100 west of Starke to US-301

45-mile $562,000 road repaving project In south Starke.
remains, and the Job U expected: to be SK-200B the Anderson cutoff road
e completed by the end ef next week, just south of Lawtey from US-301 toR225
according to engineer Jim Ward. just west of Lawtey.
t SR231 the Dedan Church Road
,
tickled'to "
I'm death with it,
"Man which loops off SR-18 just east of .\
commission Chairman
says county Brooker. !
of the work of the
Dave Shuford ,
the Bethel Church
-SR-230A. Road
_
Houdaille-Duvai-
c general contractor; from SR-230 to SR-231A Just east of _
Wright of Jacksonville. Starke.
I
HDW was finishing up Wednesdayon

SR-237 west of Brooker known Two other roads have,; also been

locally as the Hamilton Road. From paved, In addition to the ones above In
there the paving crew will head to
the
$563,000 repaving project.
Graham, then to 'Hampton. and to Flume Road running between
Santa Fe Lake. i I SR-1S and SR-230 just east of Starke "

'. Remaining was paved for the first time at a.cosl :
to be paved are: of $18,435 in addition to the project.
the Canal to : .
SR-223,from Sampson HDW 'hauled and laid the asphalt for -
.; SR-227 the same price as In the project. Du-
: SR-223froin Alachua County line Pont paid for the limerock base
to SR-18 at Graham a stretch' of about because the road is being used as a \ {

one mile. by-pass while DuPont has SR-16 out of .
SR-325, running south from Hampton
service for its dredge and wet mill ,
to US-301. -,
} .
to the road
operation move across on -
SR-21A the Santa Fe Lake Road
Its way northward.The '"
1 from SR-21B to SR-i. ..
widened Flume Road
county { -s,,
with the help of equipment and w:.
Roads already retopped:
limerock DuPont. The
SR-233, the Whitehead Settlement supplied by :. ....
Installed -
county a new concrete +. ,
Road from SR-loo to SR-229A.
bridge over Alligator Creek at a cost t :'-
SR-229 to SR-16 at
SR-229A, from .
of about for used t
$26,000 a bridge :
... ,
Raiford --' :< -
moved here from Georgia and enlarged. -- --
SR-233, from SR-229A to SR-200. i

SR-225A, running between SR-225 The short stretch of Bessent Re New Roads ,s

and SR-12S. just west' of Oscar Carter'sfarm inside the city of Starke was a.so Workmen are shown laying a new layer of asphalt on Bessent Road Inside the In the process of repaying. Workmen are with the contractor. lloudallle-Duval- I
of Starke. The road Is of 45-mlIe of secondary roads the Is Wright of Jacksonville.
SR-100A, the }Edwards! Loop Road (See ROADS. Page 12A) city part county





I BRADFO D J! Williams

COU ,I Rep. Supports







I trgraptThe ",i $2,000 Teacher Raise


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j Rep.' Frank Williams D-Crystal Williams In a three-hour session in the die School. Most educators present

Lake, has agreed to support a $2,000. Western Steer Steakhouse. Teacherspay were members of the Bradford Tiger
increase for teachers in the uppresent Included representatives of a newly formed political arm .for

Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven coming session of the Florida the Bradford Education Association, those interested furthering the causeof
legislature. some teachers who are not BEA education. -
j Seventeen local educators met members, and administrator Dewey It was a give and take process in
lout Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy I Monday night. Feb. 18, with Rep. McKinney, principal of Bradford Mid- which Rep' Williams Informed
32nd Issue. Thursday, February 211.1980 USPS 06 2-700 1 I teachers ol the legislative process.
'
j jI r and the teachers informed the.
legislator of their problems. First and

foremost, the teachers are interestedIn

Zoning 'Board Can't Make Decision Rep a salary. Williams Increase.agreed teacher

I t-s.-'i' :: salaries are low and said he wants to

see the legislature put money into

+y-n t 4 teacher salaries

'..Ittf. On n bieneeStore'atGFahal; h j "Do you have any problem with the
'$2,000 ,81..above-anythlng that we
t1 J negotiate?" asked George Loper,
..' of BEA.
A controversial rezoning petition at concrete store building "to meet 'a thought a business operating In the vlce-pre-ldent

Graham Is bouncing back and forth real need in Graham." .area would add to their problems. "No problem," said Rep. Williams.
between the County Zoning Board and Richard Cain another Graham
is asked by
The being
At the Zoning Board's $2,000 figure
January
the County Commission like a tennis resident IBid "If building a par- the Florida Education Association
ball in a championship match. meeting member Robert Scott's motion ticular building Infringes( on the rightsof
United which all the In-
to approve the petition died for others it is '' He said there comprises
For the second lime in 30 the wrong. dependent teacher unions as well as
days lack of a second. The matter was forwarded 139 the two petitions,
were names on
failed make recommendation those affiliated with the American
zoners to a without recommendation to aren't
for and against and "there
to the commission on Kenneth F. the County Commission which promp- Federation of Teachers.A .
that people in Graham.
Manning's request for a zoning fly batted) it back to the zoners.In shouldn't many have say so if they don They!t $2,000 raise would give teachersthe
allow construction and 011977-78. "so we've
to buying
change power
"
night's live there Cain added.
Tuesday Scott ,
of store the west side of rehearing. still got a long to go"says Donna
way
operation a on Commission at its Teachers Test Rep. Williams...
again moved approval of the petitionand The County director of the
Road 223 in Graham.The petition ask- Faxon, executive
ed for reclassifying a 20,000 square finally got a second after severalminutes' March 3 meeting, wilt make a deci- Rep. Frank Williams District 25, spent over three hours .Monday night with United Teachers of North-Florida,
foot site for construction of a 30 x 40 delay, from Wayne Hersey. sion for or against the rezoning. group of Bradford teachers at a dinner meeting In the Western Steer which includes Bradford and 10 other
A roll call vote however,resulted in a Three petitions approved for a Steakhouse. Rep. WIlliams was generally favorable to the teacher request for counties.

tie decision'with Scott and vice- favorable recommendation to the an across-the-board 12,000 salary Increase for the 90,000 teachers In the state A$2,000 raise would start a Rank III
chairman Don Rardon voting for ap- county commission at Tuesday'smeeting That would cost half the $400 million surplus the state Is projected to have recur teacher at $11,550; they start now at
m1e} mOWn trier! proval, while Art Schulz and Mersey were 9550. _
ring.
voted no. The fifth member present, Irene Faulkner, 6 acres north of Shown with Rep. Williams center are Mrs.Julie ....iller.lelt. president of the Florida teachers number between
Wiley Langford a resident of Starke on east side ol U.S. 301 old Jeanie a member of the
Bradford Education Association and Mrs. Leper right 90,000 and 100000. so a $2,000 pay
Graham abstained from Plaza Motel now used as office
voting, BEA negotiating team. raise would cost upwards of $200
declaring a conflict of Interest. (See GRAHAM Page 12A) million, about half the surplus of

In preliminaries preceding the recurring funds the state is now en-,

vote. Manning's attorney, Jess joying.
8 Wolbert. said the only question before There is a move In the legislature to
the board was the need of a store In Lawtey Likes Sound of New Sewer Systemcomponents take over full funding of education,
Graham for the convenience of and possibly make all teacher

1 residents. salaries uniform, Williams says.
JF cheaper in the absence of oxygen. although Kloser said he figured it
systemfor
potentially sewer
said that other
Williams also
"There is no store between Graham could cost anywhere from $2,500 to Rep.
citizens discussed Wastewater is then pumpedautomatically
and Brooker Wolbert said,."and the Lawtey was state employees feel the same way
$3,000 per home. "And that's a onetime
r in special meeting to- the street sewegeline I
a
about their salaries. One of every five
cost of driving to the nearest store, Genera cost, Kloser noted.
with Development Utilities and then on to a central treat.
Florida residents works for the state.
seven miles away adds $1.25 to the
cost of a loaf of bread or a carton of Inc. and Lawtey council members. ment plant. The idea was welcomed by Lawtey Those employees, who work for the

SATURDAY.MIL ) milk for Graham residents." Older ."If we could find a system where The system uses 4-inch PVC pipe councilmen who recently turned roads department the prisons and
t 1 CLASS OF 170 residents of the community also have residents would only have to pay $4 ore to draw the water to a central treat- down a $1.5 million system because it other state agencies are also lookingfor
Bake Sale .a transportation problem to reach the. $ a month, it would be a Godsend," ment plant. The lines are pressuredby would be too expensive for the a piece of the $400 million pie.
t Bradford Square Shopping nearest store the attorney said. said Ben McCulley.The estimated 125 customers. "
Mayor the small pumps, dispensing with "Politics Is where.everything in
L Canter In front of Eckerds The store distance was later system dubbed Suburbanaer. gravity flow and enabling the lines to Council members agreed they I education lies. More of you are
I challenged by opponents of the peti. especially be laid much shallower in many would go down to Port St. Lucie or becoming aware of that and that's
Is
2 m. system
From 10 a m. p a pressure
f
tion who said the nearest store was places than Is for Charlotte to have a firsthandlook "
{ designed for low density residentialareas. necessary! gravity Port why you're here, said BEA Presi-
actually less than four miles from It consists of a holding tank .How type sewer systems. at the Suburbanaer system. The dent Julie Miller in her opening.
I ..M21t.2ALM.I\8..l Graham. each homesite and a The system could be constructed at system Is Installed in about 250 homesIn remarks
underground at
( HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS Mark Buel. a recent-comer to small one-third to one-half the cost of a conventional Port Charlotte,and will be going into
Graham who owns a home directly sump chamber housing a sewerage treatment system over 500 homes In Port St. Lucie "'Everylhing5that happens In this
the 60 to 70 percent .
I FORMSWill Inside tank
be>> Accepted across 225 from the proposed store pump even though existing septic tanks Kloser said. county Is politically
removed
Through TODAY site charged that a petition presentedby of the impurities are could not be used,said Paul Kloser, of If the Suburbanaer Is selected, oriented...everything. You'd be-sur'"
In favor of the thorugh natural anaerobic processes prised how political most things are,
At property Appraiser's. Office Manning rezoninghad GDU. Lawtey will be eligible for federal '
., Until S:00 P.M. signatures of people that were not which break down sewage's organic, The system Is very flexible and can monies from the Environmental Protection stressed Mrs. MiJ'er'

residents of the community and "hadno use either lagoon or sand filters,' Agency, which will pay up to Rep. Williams agreed that politicsare
ELKJLODGECovered right" to take part. He said that eliminating the need for costly lift sta' 85 percent of the cost to install the important. "If you get what you
Dish Supper 7 p.m. 90% of the signers of his petition opposing Traffic Death tions. The lines have enough pressureIn system. want you have to get involved,"

Meeting* Initiation p.m.: the rezoning were actual Rate Is Down. them to carry effluent over five The council, tentatively In favor of Williams said adding that most of the
residents of the area. miles said Kloser the system,' must now have an time government reacts, rather than.
,
,Jim Deuel also opposing the store, engineering firm study the system's instigating action.
BRADFORD CO.COMMISSIONERS. Florida traffic deaths In 1980 are There was no exact dollar estimate, ,
said he
purchased property on 225
j running seven percent behind the I feasibility. stressed U
after' the Williams that it Impor--
consulting zoning
map
same period in 1979 said the Florida
\ tant (for teachers to communicatewith
which he trusted to him from
,fcMEETING-* 39 a..m.t. protect
: Highway Patrol.
him;; to let their legislator knowof
encroachment of ,
commercial enterprises
Bradford Co. Courthouse Records show that from January1st Weekend Warming Trend Predicted their problems The representativealso
-:1:ii __ through February 7th./ 1960. there ,
Ginny Deuel read a letter from T.H. said It Is important for constituents -
LAWTEY CITY COUNCILCity Lefevers, a Graham resident, strong' were 220 people killed on our A thunder and lightning storm Sunday afternoon brought 1.5 to 2 Inchesof to get to know their legislator,
Hall 7i30 p.m. ly opposing the store. Mrs. Deuel said highways. However, when comparedto has rain to Bradford County and brought the end to a week of balmy how he feels on a given subject.For .
there
In
1ViPAYMARBRADFORD -. there were 10 families with 11 the same period 1978. weather. Monday brought heavy clouds and light showers with drop in instance/Williams said that until
been
COUNTY, children on that portion of 225 and she Patrol a percent Director increase.Colonel Eldrlge' temperature Monday night Into the low 30's Tuesday and Wednesday recently he was adamantly opposed
Schoolllo.rd mornings. to collective bargaining for public II
Work S ion-7t)0 p.m. Beach said, "We are keeping that our'the The Florida.Forest Service forecast for Thursday through Saturdaywas employees, but now'' to reevaluatingthat

.' School Bd. officeSTACKS trend fingers continues crossed downward.and hoping With 179 I;' for gradual warming with fair and partly. cloudy skies; possible position'becall8e it is apparentthe
.
i'' : Index... traffic deaths over S.MO and slowly .showers<<\:' winds,on Saturday. 'employees .need a method to

CITY COUNCIL nearing the 1973 record of 2.M2, we-i redress their; grievances. Many
Meeting- *sOOi P.M., Two Section need help from everyone concerned to 2 Day Left' to Vile for Homeatead ExemptionSince 'employees have explained to. him

City Hall SECTION At help lower this tragic! toll in th*, they have no redress for grievances., .
," News. .... ....Pages IA-1AAUA future." 'March f. the deadline for filing for homestead\ exemption, falls on Williams said -- '

.. \i t Courtesy Of Society l ....,. i... Pages IA7AEdltorial.a..Pege One of the major causes of crashesIs Saturday. Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez said that his office would In closing. Mrs Miller asked Rep

4A wet roadways. The 1(78 reports, accept application'for exemption all day Monday, March, 3, until closing Williams to address himself to change
BUILDINS ... .. ... ....HA ,
JACKSON LegalsftRealEst show that U percent of the crashes occurred .time,,5' the law .hlcb OWrequlre public
School Lunch Menus.;. Page lOA on wet road surfaces 'All ,homeownerswho are, living in 'their 'home should apply' for employees to take leave 'WIthoUt payto
SUPPLY Of Stark. SECTION Bi Beach out that"most drivers homestead exemption Alvarez said. In addition, residents who have lived run for public office! but
301 *. >94-6078 News.. _.. ... .. .. .. .... ..,. IB know the points road Is wet but they do not in Florida for five years and have filed for homestead exemption will require the Incumbent school
Hwy .. ... ..4B-I8A11B take leave with
Keystone MgtitS) Sports ?? take proper driving action such as ,.be eligible: for additional tax break if voters approve a constitutional superintendent no
Obituaries.BClassifieds down too, amendment on March U Increasing the exemption to $25,000 on certain law gives an Incumbent an.
Hwy 473-4073 too And>>atA . .. . -. '." .. *B "-slowing"--o.M or.stop following I" school tax levies. a 'i.oA :./.", lair advantage, .. Mrs. Miller says.I ,







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I Reno Residents Strongly Oppose CeneteryLocated Too 1 ", r, t. i/ldmes., ': ': I



i:: years ago by the owner, Charles ning Council advised .
the .
cemetery zoned Industrial In ILL"' "' l "'
Knight descendant the city's new pointed a committee to study this Industrial ;.1 tina i' .
of D.E.
a .Knight, Opponents that since the city's coning '1"". !' .
:r--Knight's subdivision in Reno the original owner. official (Crosby) had held the division comprehensive plan. The Hayes sub area and report back at the )advised the lai'ge.crowd of
R northeast Starke) surfaced at the Cl7 cemetery was "grandfathered in" Creek Is located south of Alligator March 20 meeting of the board. Com- Reno residents attending the meeting
: ty Planning and Zoning Board their only recourse would be to file an, railroad between US 301 and the mittee members are: Mrs. Claire .Ito'check the city's new land\ use plan
meeting- Thursday night. Feb. 21. Although the property Is now coned '!appeal with the Board of Adjustment. woodyard. north, of Container's Capps, chairman f ,Julius Royal and carefully before purchasing a mobile
-:=s A group of black cltlzena.,led by R1C (single family residential), Al Joe W. Williams. home for Location on a particular site.
x" Williams, protested Crosby,the city'planning and zoning "Very often someone'will purchase a
::= i2-yearolSall the cemetery to their official, said he had discussed the The board voted to deny the request Crum St.. Petition OffA ,mobile home,expecting to place it on a
:homes:: and one of the protestors vole- matter with the city' attorney and for rezoning to allow a mobile homeon petition by Palmer Williams for Certain; lot\and i ,then find that they can
EE-jed her fear "of dead people." Others come to the conclusion that the Mobile Home Plea DeniedThe the grounds that It would constitute rezoning one lot on the north side of E. not obtain a permit because the location -
srsaid the cemetery which adjoins the cemetery was "grandfathered in"' petition of Arthur and Magnolia spot zoning.>The members indicated Crum St. In Reno ,from RIC Is not ?oned.for. mptyle homes,"
east right-of-way of the railroad,was since the property was acquired In Williams for rezonln their residen- willingness, however, to restudy the (residential) to AIL (mobile home)' ro byr : ,
==1n a low area and expressed concern 1975, before the city was zoned, and tial property In the E.W. Hayes sub- Industrial zoning In this area to determine was denied on grounds that the lot Ha :
K:about water problems In a wet period. that considerable work was done on division from Industrial to RM1 If it was the best use of the land was too narrow to conform to mobile emphasized that the zoning ordinances
=Mrs. Williams told the board she the site before the present zoning or- (mobile home) to permit their son to since several I residences are located home regulations which require a are not intended' to work a
?'never heard of a cemetery! being dinance was adopted In May 1978. locate a mobile home on the site was in the neighborhood of the Williams front footage of 100 feet. to hardship on anyone;but are designed
:sr located within the city limits: Others Marley Sanderson planner with the denied.The Williams home Is now In a home. The motion to deny was 'made by and promote make the orderly best growth In the city

sE-iaid there was plenty of cemetery North Central Florida Regional Plan nonconforming use, since the area Is Zoning chairman Drew Reddish ap- Royal, seconded by Capps;;and pass- land., possible. use of-the
::-Space available and they saw no needs
=-ior additional area*.


Greater L,C. McCutchen Bethlehem, Free a deacon Will Baptist of the Brooker to Enforce Laws on BB and Pellet GunsBrooker lMl.ll'' rties r-- ,

Church, owners of the property and ,
developers of the cemetery, said the will enforce state law to prehended two youths and presented Clay Electric has 30 days to reply to ,-,, .
.church had gone too far with the proJect control BB and pellet guns which them to their parents, and had a problem the request, but has not done so yet, _- _- _
to change its plans now, and have become a problem within the with one parent. clerk Linda Robinson said Tuesday,
declared that if the protestors town limits, the city council! served Melvin read the state law about the Feb. 26.Water. l
resorted to court action, the church notice at its Feb. 19 meeting. use of BB and pellet guns which
would defend Its position in the Copies of the state law will be mail- places responsibility on the parents Deposit
courts. He questioned why the opponents ed to residents with their water bills, for any damage done by Juveniles. Increased to $40
waited so long to voice their the council decided.
The council increased the
objections, since work on the project "Brooker is being plagued by depositon ?
had been going on for several months. youths with BB guns and pellets, Electric Franchise water service from$20 to$40 effec-
said councilman Gene Melvin. The Sought by CouncilA tive In the May billing.

James Prince, another Greater restaurant, laundromat, and passersby request by the town for a franchise The town has been losing money t ?
Bethlehem deacon, in a post-meeting have been shot at, Melvin said. with Clay Electric Cooperative, when renters leave without paying ,
statement to The Telegraph, said the "They shot out one of my taillights Inc. for six percent of the kilowatt loss bills.the The clerk increase said.should cover any
developers had already Invested over ; said councilman Steve Nip- hours of electricity sold In Brookerover ,o'
$7,000 in improving the cemetery site per.Marshal the next 30 years has been sent to Griffin Industries
which was given to the church several Jerry Miller said he ap- the company. Pays ',
For Fire ProtectionA ...

$250 check was received from

. ..................................' News Briefs ................................ Griffin Industries, Inc. of Hampton ?
for the assistance of the Brooker Fire _
'
Department in the Thanksgiving Day : :' ,_' r
fire at the rendering plant which ,
Charges Against with the slaying of Michael Curry,22, When Norris was arrested for violation burned a cooker. _
another FSP inmate. Sawyer was a of probation two weeks ago by Council members thanked Griffin "-
Rep. Williams former Death Row Inmate whose 1973 Bradford County Sheriff's deputy Industries, and decked the money Taking Oath...
Called"Misunderstanding" murder conviction was commuted to Sam Eunice, he wound up being should be used for fire training.
life imprisonment. Both Sawyer and charged with resisting arrest. Incumbent councilman Gene !Melvin left, and newcomer Joe Tolleson are
Curry were serving sentences from Norris had asked to talk with C.J. Stalnaker Elected sworn In for new terms on the Brooker council. In reorganisation: councilmanC.J.

A petty theft charge against state Dade County. Sheriff Dolph Reddish and reported New Council ChairmanIn Stalnaker was elected chairman and Tollesoii vice-chairman.
Curry had been stabbed In the back ly, he told Reddish, "I'm not going to
: Rep. Frank L. Williams, D-Starke, a special meeting Monday night,
his left and in the heart "
under
arm Jail. A scuffle ensued and it took two
: was dropped in Duval County Court Feb. 29, the council convened to elect .
with a boning knife while he was locked deputies and Reddish to subdue the \
because officers for
Thursday the victim of the 1980.
in a FSP dayroom. Correction officers Flea Mart Set for Retarded Citizenswill
alleged purse theft did not want to 6-foot, 4-Inch Norris. Veteran councilman C.J. Stalnakerwas
heard a commotion, however,
prosecute.Williams elected chairman. Newly elected
by the time they unlocked the door A flea market is set Saturday and for the
31, called the Incident a councilman Joe Tolleson was elected go required matching
"misunderstanding that got completely Curry was already dead. vicechairman.In Sunday,March 1-2,at the number two funds for the two programs sponsoredhere
The murder was believed to have the Bradford the Bradford-Union
,- out of control. Man ArrestedFor building at County by Association
> Williams was arrested Dec 19 at been linked to a power struggle for other action at the Feb. 19 fairgrounds to raise funds to match for Retarded Citizens.
:.the Phoenix Club at the Century 21 dominance on the prison's L-Wing,or BatteryA meeting, the council: federal funds for Sunshine Acres and
due to homosexual contact, prison of- Home Intervention Program (HIP).
Complex at a private party. Accor- 23-year-old Starke man was arrested
ding to a police report, Williams and ficials said Monday night by Starke police Voted to place street signs and The flea market will be operated Anyone with articles to donate is
another man were at the club when Curry was also one of the witnessesto ( and charged with battery. posts where needed from 9 a.m. to S p.m. Saturday, asked to take them to the fairgrounds
witnesses saw Williams take the vic a murder that happened a week James H. Dean, of 819 North St., March 1, and from noon to 3 p.m. Sun Thursday or before 4:30: p.m. Fridayor !
tim's purse off a chair. Williams and prior. was at Scorpion's Den around 8 p.m. .Elected councilman Melvin fire day, March 2. All monies collected Saturday morning I
the man then left the club with the when police were called to the scene coordinator for a second term.
purse and went to the man's car,.the No InjuriesIn by Lillian Jenkins Jenkins told police
report said. Dean had hit her in the face, police
1
When they returned to the club,the Hit-and-Run records show. When police arrived
manager called the police. The) purse there was no fight, however Dean told
was found on the front seat of the car There were no Injuries in a hit-and- police officers he wanted to talk with

belonging to the man with. Williams.. run accident early Monday morning them. He then hit Jenkins In the face
"" --- r" about 200 feet north of Starke's city
according to the! report. :with his fist, the records said. __ >:Ji it lr P
limits.
When asked what happened, Iil.!
ij Jenkins was released Tuesday i.>
Williams said'"Nothirfg happened," Robert Lee Yeaker, of Starke, was $500 bond.
recognizance
and he said he didn't even know the headed west on Market Road in his
alleged victim. 1977 Chevrolet when an unknown
"The charges were vehicle rounded a curve apparentlyon Car Crashes
because nothing happened,"Williams the wrong side of the road, Florida ; :
said. Highway Patrol records show. Into DitchA '

He Indicated he didn't think the incident Yeaker swerved to avoid a collision .
car crashed into a ditch off
with the vehicle and slammed Into a
would damage his
reputationin Market Road Saturday night causing
any way. "I didn't try to hide tree.Damage slight injuries to the driver.
was estimated at $2,900. ri
anything, it was public record..1
Daryl L. Thornton, of Starke, was
think everybody should be dealt with FHP Trooper RE. Phillips In- eastbound
vestigated the accident. on Market Road'In a 1976
fairly and squarely. Chevrolet when he lost control of the t

vehicle coming:out of a curve, records .. _
Man SentencedTo show. The vehicle slid approximately ,
Couple ArrestedIn 90 feet, hit the drainage ditch embankment \
Sawyer SlayingAn Year In Jail rolled over and slid 7
another 10 feet on its roof.
Arthur Bruce Norris was sentenced
initialed Zippo lighter found at Thornton suffered minor Injuries
the South Ponte Vedra Monday to one year in the Bradford
home of slain and was treated at Bradford County
Jail for a violation of probation
Jacksonville businessman County
Albert Hospital and released the next day.
Sawyer led to the arrest of a couple charge. Estimated damage to vehicle was
Sunday night.Charles Norris,20,was sentenced by Circuit I
$3,500.,!
Marlin Thornton Judge R.A. "Buzzy" Green. No
34, and citations were Issued.
his wife, Kathleen Frances Thornton, Norris was placed on probation In
May for criminal mischief. He was
26, were taken into custody and ques-
tioned Sunday night at the Police charged with wilfully damaging a
Memorial Building in the slaying of tractor owned by Owen-Joist. Court .
records show that Norris had taken
Albert Sawyer, said St. Johns County
Sheriff Dudley Garrett. the tractor, drove it through the "It takes lift to love life." _... i
The Thorntons were taken late Sun- gates,smashed Into a tree and burnedup Edgar Lee Matters '
day to the St.Johns County Jail where the clutch. Estimated damage to r//j/
they were booked for first-degree the tractor was over 1000. f

murder, Garrett said. -
Sawyer 47, was owner of SawyerAir :
Conditioning and Heating Co. of NIGHT
Jacksonville. Sawyer was killed when -
he was shot four times by an intruderIn All ) lit trefnend.
his home last Jan. 21. youcan ,-
-
"It (the slaying) was a grudge / rustic
thing," said Garrett, who would not oaJc!

elaborate.Investigators discounted any possible f #rV -- of tbe

robbery or burglary motive In the one sgreatest
Sawyer slaying since nothing was EAT, bU
taken from the residence.The !
lighter, which was believed to y ea
have fallen out of Thornton's pocket C'O

when he scuffled with Sawyer,was in- -
itialed "CMT." Garrett said it was a .- .J
"quirk" that Investigators found the SAVE s79s
Reg"3Q9!
-
name right away.
Garrett said Thornton purchased a .
gun three days before the slaying butthe -- -- double dresser, mirror, $31995
weapon has not yet been V'
recovered.. "I 4-drawer chest and panel bed,


Inmate IndictedFor This handsome new su rte from Florida has a look all its own. I

\ Its eclectic not Colonial not Contemporary not Ranch
Murder OneA \ :., but, instead, a touch of each unique! Finished in

Bradford County grand jury Rustic Oak, It lends itself to any decor with a
handed down a first-degree murder BARBECUE quality that's rare and "" 'price ,that's !unbelievably low'Matching '!
indictment Monday for Florida State $4 Also
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Prison inmate Albert Sawyer. Serving }: night stand g4" :
Sawyer, 26, was charged Nov. 5 BEEF RIBS. i9" ,

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; Here's Your Chance, Girls--It's Leap YearWhat ,



comes only every four ... reordering of the calendar
So.
adds another day to the calendar.Igenerally '; ., the extra day came every fourth year.year ,
goes by unnoticed? '" with the exception of those
Leap Year it is and Leap Year Is'a years not exactly divisible century by: 400.

probably somewhat because misunderstood it visits us occasion-so Inf.... about How Is the unknown term but Leap it's Year speculated came

quently. Many people Just take the extra AiMr' that it came from the legal practice in
day with no gripes or questions England of s
rki
"leaping over" that extra ''t r
and others giggle and say it's the year day and dating that r .,
everything happened
for women to propose marriage to the -
on that extra day Feb.28.
man of their fancy.
How it
came about that Leap Year
But out of the mouths of babes come was the for
year women to
some of the best speculations! to propose
as marriage to a man Is believed to have
Just what Leap Year is all about. A
begun in Ireland. A nun, St. Bridget ,
random survey of first second and ,complained to St. Patrick that her
third graders tells us that: nuns never had the chance to propose

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Social Services In Bradford County

Citizens In Bradford(.Ullly hud a chance, Friday to mm all the social services
workers In the county, and learn .,the services available.
Tory Kelly.2nd grade The seminar. held in the RJE gym, was sponsored ba volunteer group.
"It's when everybody's family hasa Rhonda Vickers 1st grade Vnlv"rsllY'lIr for Action I'YA) In conjunction, with Concerned Citizen, of
Ar "Leap Year It's fall."
rr big get-together." means Bradford County
The meeting:enabled the several people who attended to learn more about the
Matthew Hoyt an outspoken se- remember that it's Leap Year" said social and economic.. ...nlt'.IIIIallllbl" lo them how to seek help, and Mho Ineligible
cond grader,had no doubts at all as to second grader Shane Green. for help
what Leap Year means: "My mom ."It means you can leap more than +Yp The agencies represented were Community. Development Linda Day' and
said it's the year girls can ask boys to another person" said Greg Thomas.He f Jerr.vadsuorlh. : Brlldrordl'lIlon01'1111..11&1 Center, :Mary :Mi-Cloud& : Food
marry them." didn't know if he could leap more Stamps Linda Hampton: Social I Kcononilc SPnlt.Ian': Cummings and
And Matthew Hoyt's classmate than another person or not. Carolyn \'oeall"lIlIllt..hllbilltllll"'IIJo'1: Barnes: Youth Services, Bennie
Sam Farley, said "It's the year you And this third grader, Dane Clark J Hudson: Bradford-t'nion AxNociallon for Keturdrd. Citizens Jim love and
keep on leaping..." He admitted, hit the nail on the head when he sail Janice tonkins: Bradford County.. Home Kxlenition t.lIolIIl..t.lIt'llI llontrich;
however, that he hadn't been doing the earth's revolution around the sun Rradford-l'nion.. Guidance; Clinic, ().Mi-Campbell; : Stale Employment Services
that much leaping himself. takes 365 days and six hours and Kathy Kplflower: and Tom Svvvjer House, Debra Smith.
One young lady Lisa Vaughn every four years those six:hours makea Pictured. from left lo right are Linda Hampton. ;Mary CummiiiKK. Dave :MrCampbell. >
said it's the year people go on their day. ... B."nl..lI"d..II. Kathy Kelflower. Don Barnes und Alicia llomrlrhv.
honeymoons. The second gruf .... '
.
agreed people could go on n*iey- Leap Year began In 48 B.C. and had J;
Michelle Connor, 2nd grade moons during other years but Leap its origins in the Julian calendar. Shonlta Hyers, lit grade"It
"It means you only have a birthday Year was a good year to do it. Julius Caeser and his astronomersfixed means you get to wear long -
every four years." Second grader Donny Francis said the solar year at 365 days and pants." /c
he knew it came every four years but six hours. Those six hours made an
."It's the he didn't know exactly why it came. extra day four which marriage to their loved ones. St. J
year you get to wear long every years <
Patrick agreed and said he would i"y... .
pants" explained first grader "Everybody has fun on Leap was inserted in the shortest month, _
Shonlta Hyers matter-of-factly.] She Year" said Angela Parrish, second February, between Feb. 23 and 24. give the longest year of the lot to the
women for their proposing, Leap Mora than 90,000 vehicles travel about 30 million miles
grade.
said she will be Later Pope Gregory XIII said
wearing long pants,
Year. each week to deliver U.S. daily readers.Niw .
One little thought Leap Year Caeser newspapers to
without a doubt, February 29. girl a was wrong and set about mak-
."It means you get to outside and "funny thing because they play leap ing a new calendar that was more in
play when it's snowing," said Lisa frog all year. Second grader June accordance with the actual earth'srevolution The legend grew into custom and
Jones. The first grader said she'd Cole said she would be playing leap time of 385 days five eventually Into law during the Middle All Of" Cr91AfariI eo.1IIy
never seen snow, much less played In frogtoo..but maybe not all year. hours, 48 minutes and 45 seconds. The Ages. A man who did not accept a H.IIII'
It. ."If you play leap frog, you'll pope also eliminated 10 days in his woman's proposal to marry had to
pay a forfeiture of either a silk dress Move In as soon as you are
and a kiss or money. Some ladies probably
got rich during Leap Year. And NOW approved. CALL BOB HARRIS
Mental Health Boards May Lose Cloutshould other ladies let all men know of their
intentions by wearing a red petticoat for details 964-5533
underneath their dresses.

District mental health boards may continue being responsible for be too much." 95% financing
lose their clout if State Auditor preparing district plans with Input But Rep. Beverly. Burnsed Statistics show however that Leap i
General Ernest Ellison's recommen- from both HRS and mental health ser D-Lakeland said that district board Year has no jolting effect on the mar-
dation calling for a reorganization of vice providers."In members have told her they have no riage figures. Apparently marriage
the state's $113 million community desire to serve on just an advisory proposals are ruled by the whims of
mental health program is heeded. addition" the report said, board." Burnsed who heads a the persons involved.
Ellison's recommendations follow- "district boards should be responsible Florida House study on mental health And as if Leap Year isn't enough
ing an audit report would in effect for ensuring that locally provided services said she favors local citizen- there are Leap Seconds too. They
strip the district boards of most of mental health services are accep- run boards retaining financial respon- have been added on December 31 and :
: their real authority leaving them table to the community." sibilties,rather than have. them taken I June 30 since 1972 by the Bureaux In- c
de I'Heure.
' with planning and community liaison over by the state. fcrnational
responsibilities. All spending power Rep. Dick Batchelor D-Orlando,
) would be placed under the Depart- who chairs the Legislative Auditing
ment,of.Healtn "aHd' 'Rehabilitative' 't' Committee and the Hotise HRS Com- ,
", ServI ..50 dlfltrkt."dmin1atrato} ,,; ej"miUe*,has iried i iiUh >toasU0 set they s; !f _., ; ", Fri. laJlli"ht -.,a, ,i. .GOOD NEWS ENERGY' ,USE IS DIPPING
i The audit conducted' bY'Assistant' District'Men tap HealthTwards com- IN.. .1
Auditor General Edward Tempest, pletely abolished. Floridians seemed to discover a modest diet in

cited overlapping responsibilties 1979 to curb the insatiable appet.ic for energy that
"It's All!
the very clear that we have
among various agencies in canEAT
has marked Three
statewide mental health program, duplicative fiscal responsibilities," you our past
which has resulted in "unnecessary Batchelor said. cheers! And keep up the
duplication of activities and diffused He said he did not know how much good conservation
accountability for program results." taxpayers' money is being wasted by practices.
"The creation of HRS District Offices the overlapping administrative The average FPL
by the 1975 HRS reorganizationhas duties but said, "any amount would residential customer's o
>rendered the District Mental usage was down about 4%

Health responsibilities Boards'of administrative monitoring and Brokers May Be Sued in 1979 versus 1978. And

contracting for community mental gasoline sales in Florida the
health services unnecessary" the For Illegal PriceFixingThe last six months of 1979
"
audit said. versus the last six months of
The audit went on to recommendthat
the Legislature remove the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled 1978 dropped about 3Yz%.
District Mental Health Boards' that real estate brokers may be sued Forecasts for 1980.

'authority to receive and disburse for illegal price-fixing If they agree nationally! indicate continued conservation. Use of
funds for mental services."If among themselves to charge identical
the boards' are stripped of that sales commissions on a piece of pro- motor gasoline will fall 2.4%, residual fuel by 7.4%,

responsibility, they'll will probably perty. diesel about 1.2%.
dissolve" said Jerry McGriff, a local The justices voted unanimously to
A TIP OF THE HAT
on the District III
representative
revive a lawsuit that challenges as an
Mental Health Board. antitrust law violation the six percent from the Florida Audubon
The District III Board is a private' commission charged by all real estate 4199FrenIcncoch 4and Society.The Society recognized
non-profit organization covering a J
brokers in New Orleans.
15-county area and whose membersare FPL's efforts in the area of

appointed by county commis: Lower courts had dismissed the protecting the endangered
sioners. McGriff said the boards are New Orleans case, ruling that anti- Slaw, manatees or sea cows.
important to ensure continued citizen. trust laws did not apply because real Fries
FPL does have commitment
input estate is essentially a local business =..'.. a
needs to be volunteer people not involving interstate commerce. Puppies "'"" ..1to conservation."GASOHOL" .
doing this work..to get away from
paid bureaucracy where citizens haveno The Supreme court ruled however, IT'S THE TALK OF THE TANK
recourse" McGriff said. that persons filing such suits may get eNln9COO but its reduction In the amount of oil used can be
Director of the Bradford-Union into federal court by providing that $
matched in other much quicker...and cheaper!
Guidance Clinic Dr. William Lennon the broker fees have some substantial ways
said the issue Is "a hot one politically effect on Interstate commerce. They The Administration's gasohol goal by the end of
but declined to make any further do not have to prove that the allegedCricefllling GARDEN RESTAURANTU.S. 1981 calls for a reduction in oil demand per day to
comment, Indicating he did not wantto conspiracy itself had an equal 26.100 barrels. Just one of FPL's nuclear
markets, the ruling -
"bite the hand that feeds me.
The.audit said the district board said. 301 N. 964.7358 power generators saves almost that much oil each

day: and. at the same time,'saves our customers
thousands of dollars by reduced fuel bills!
ON MOUTI at
REMEMBER YOUR FAIRY TALES?
John Brown.
A childhood fairy tale is being re-enacted in a

MO fill! HOBf CENTER rl,, OH MY soo. THEY'' PUT 20th century version. The original Gulliver's Travels
,
Box lose A I' told about a land of tiny people named Lilliputians

KEySTONEH1(', S.FLORCA 54 HOUSE TRAILER who found Gulliver asleep. By using countless tiny 0;

MF 00 strings, they were able to hold this giant.., bound
s \ and helpless!

Today's energy industries resemble Gulliver as

t I they become bound more and more by strings of

I regulations and litigation. America's future is being

.. ; placed in jeopardy as efforts to establish sources of ,
.. .
: .energy are immobilized.
'
{f : :; : : 'WE'VE BEEN ASKED...

p i how much does FPL spend on environmental

protection? ..

:: =- : i1i ; 9 I It's been running nearly$80 million per year.In ]

: ,.. ., 1978 for example environmental costs amounted i if
..'.. -" _..:":' .., .;" '._, "i.". ... f ; to some $77 million ($22 million in capital costs ry r

.. .;: '.i @. .,;.".; ..J'l. .. .1 ..:.., I plus $55 million In operating costs): ..';'
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( Letters TO THE EDITOR J





I Questions Concerning City Government
II

II I N

do want it to and
I To The Editor Is bow we progress
hpi :
,,rt .r can we do it with what we now" bevels
As result of the Channel 4 Television
I a the form of a broken down power
Investigative Series, I would like plant and an obsolete City Charter
to say that the following was to be expected that Is really no law of any kind?
t tt :
I 1. That The Bradford County Joseph N. Warren
Telegraph would come forth with an P.O. Box 723

Ii editorial attempting to lessen the StrawberryHeaven
shock. Florida

a. That the Mayor of Starke would
i exit a great amount of oratory comparable "TOTALLYOPP08EO"

r t to Ben Franklin, but little ac DRAFTING WOMEN
I tion.
3. That the City Clerk and some Dear Sir:
I have read the different opinions
Commissioners would "Come on
say been stated about the draft
have
that ,
down to City Hall and get the true picture
would like to own.
I give
and my
from us". that because
They
I say As for the draft for men, I am for It.
AndThat'.TheWayltWu they know that you can be led off in
should and fight for
about six different directions on the I feel that men go
God made men to be
their country.
one item asked about and then
you
you will know less about it than when protectors and leaders, and fighting
Two previously unpublished photographs, from the collection of the late Mrs. Photo at left shows the Paul Canova home at the corner of N.Walnut and *th St. you walked in. for their country plays an importantrole
C.A. Verdie SUlrunk .'utch. show glimpses of Starke. It looked more than 10 (now Washington St.) with the 1913 Bradford High School building In thi! 4. That those who have an ax tot in their lives.
I years ago, In the pout-World War I period when Model-T Ford were considered a background. Pictured at right above Is the well-known Hoover Bnm. Studio al grind would write great letters using As for this nonsense about drafting
thing tl beauty and there were plenty of parking spaces along all streets. Call .* Cherry Street with Joe Hoover standing by window big words well out of their reach In women 1 am TOTALLY against it. Awoman's
is in the home. God
defense place
of what has been going on for
to be wives and
made women
the past 10
3. That I years.would weird letters mothers, not to be In combat

'\ -- -. .. . .. Ab.enleeBalloll I from people who didn't get know how to somewhere on the battlefield. One of
the main reasons that men go to war
spell and just didn't have what It

:: ED.l) : ::1] ,I I A :[;8: ./ For Available March Primary Now between takes I believe to put loyalty that their to there name town is at and a the difference loyalty bottom.to wives Is to speak protect and not children.I their only for.country myself and, but their for


a group of officials that were electedto many other people, especiallywomen.
do a Job for that town and refuse to The ERA movement has said
Absentee ballots for the March 11 make any Improvements for the bet- enough. We feel it Is time we speak up
presidential preference primary are terment of it.THE. and let people know where we stand.
now available at the office of Supervisor In conclusion, I pray that the ERA
Election Year TimeTableIn of Elections Neva Flynn. KEY TO ALL does not get ratified in Florida.I am a19yeal'Old
OF THE PROBLEMSThe sophomore in a Baptist
Voters who will be out of town on College in Lynchburg, Va., under the
March 11, or who are unable to get to Starke City. Charter and Codeof leadership of Dr. Jerry FallweU, andI

the belief that a program makes it easierto October 7 Second Florida Primary. their polling place without the The Ordinances: am fighting by his side all the way
Charter and
assistance of another present Code that
person, are this Issue. Thank
against you.
follow the political game, as well as the football November 4 General Election (includes eligible to vote by absentee ballot, exists for the government of your

game, The Telegraph presents the follow offices and proposed constitutional 'which can be obtained at the auper- town allows too much room for your Donna ThorntonLiberty
ing schedule of events for a complicated judicial visor'office in the new courthouse.Ballots officials to do what they want and not Baptist College
political year that includes not only the election amendments; including, possibly, one to what or the way that the people want Lynchburg Va.
lower the assessment level from the and deserve.I .
property may also be picked up by a
of a president but also all courthouse of-
100 percent to 65 percent as advocated by the relative or a friend of the absentee would like to supply you with the
ficials, a U.S. Senator, state legislators, two Florida Property Appraisers Association.In voter as long as the person needingthe following Information about your type
constitutional amendments, and a proposed ballot provides written permis- of government; that which the City of

county one-cent per gallon gasoline tax. the "big year" election all county officers sion. Starke Is now chartered to have. The County Agents

be voted including County Judge, Mayor-Commissioner type of govern-
The open season in this busy election year will ,on, : Absentee ballots must be returnedto ment exists in only 8% of the towns in
gets under way officially on March 11 with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Tax Collector, Pro- the supervisor's office by 7 p.m.on the U.S. that have over 5,000 population Notebook

Florida The perty Appraiser, Sheriff, Supervisor of Elec- the day of the primary, March 11, in ,and that figure declines yearly.
presidential preference primary. tions, and Superintendent of Schools. order to be counted. What Starke needs Is either a City by Bobby L.Taylor'
ballots received by voters on that date will Manager or a Mayor type of govern- :Phone M44Z80-

also include two amendments to the state con- Three members of the County Commission: ment and I believe that a- town with a

stitution, one providing for a $25,000 Districts 1,3 and 5. :== FORESTRY Mayor has the proper checks and The tomato Is not only the most im-
homestead exemption on certain school tax balances on the law-making body and portant commercial vegetable in

levies, and another relieving the State Two members of the School Board: Districts I. .1'0.1 COUNTY Is more representative of the people. Florida, but also Is the most popular
With the revision of the Florida
3 and 4.Legislative. garden vegetable. It can be grown
Court of the burden of
some appellate Constitution in 1968 and the passage of methods of
successfully by many
cases. Bradford voters will also get a : State Representative, Dist. 25; By.Mark The Municipal Home Rule Powers culture-in baskets, in solution, on

chance to vote for or against the one cent per and State Senator, Dist. 5. Fries Act, many charters of Florida Cities stakes, on the ground mulched, un-
gallon county gas tax, and in some precinctswill were made obsolete, but the one that mulched or in a greenhouse.
Starke has was obsolete
choose between candidates for the County Congress: ,U.S. Senator; and Represen- ___ before that happened. The many good years partof Floradel is perhaps the leading

Democratic Executive Committee. tative, Dist. 2. the Municipal Home Rule Powers vineripe variety. It is resistant toraywall

Arley':the March 11 primary, the significantdates Judicial officers?including S e, ,J. One question l get a betas County Act enactjegislatlon'is that it grants' to cities change the, power the ob-to ,Fusarium wilt: ...'.., .leaf spot... ,and

will be: Court, Appellate Courts, and telupr(,! ,, ., Forester is: How do I go about selling solete onestnexistence. "'I .. 0 10!!""

the 8th Judicial Circuit. Also ," timber on my property? When you get a new Charter and Walter is resistant to gray leaf spot,
July 8 to July 22 Qualifying period for can- and Public Defender, 8th Circuit. Code of Ordinances it should have the graywall and both races of Fusarium

didates for national, state, and county offices. It has been my experience that means to provide for the utility set-up wilt fungus and may also be grown on
With so much happening on the political most people who sell timber do so on that will be regulated along good a short (2-3 foot) stake.

August 9-5 p.m. Registration books close front county, state, and national voters will the spur of the moment. Usually only business lines. It should have the
for the September primary elections. with one buyer is consulted and the manner means of placing responsibility whereit
be to everything
hard-pressed keep
up of cutting is little discussed or not belongs so that items of Importance Tropi-Red Is resistant to Ver-
Septembers First state primary (includes between now and the grand climax the at all. to the people will get done. This tlcillium wilt, Fusarium wilt, gray

judicial offices). presidential election in November. For that means that It will not be in the handsof leaf spot and graywall.
reason it would be a good idea to clip the above Most every timber landowner a City Clerk to decide what he
October 4-5 p.m., voter registration books information and keep track of the desires to receive full value for his wants and use it for political purposes Homestead, which is the old standard -
timber. the does well but is bothered
By following
guidelines without letting the Commission know by
close
for November
general election. dates..LEST YOU FORGET! listed below and a little planning, anything about it. graywall and gray leaf spot.

most timber sales will be more suc- In summation, I would like to say
cessful. that the Channel 4 TV InvestigativeSeries Florida MH-1, a new variety, is
was meant to inform you of noted for the firmness of its fruits and
Determine need for cutting. As with
what you have to govern Starke and is resistant to such diseases as
other agriculture crops your timber the that become Fusarium wilt, raywaU, leaf
way problems may gray
should be harvested at the right time.
when it is obsolete and no responsibility spot, and has some tolerance to Ver-
Cutting too soon will reduce future In-
ticlllium wilt.Tomatoes .
can be placed for it.
come and cutting too late resultIn
may
As the Bradford
County Telegraph
Something Ion an unnecessary growth loss. related to you in the editorial follow may be started in the

1 ing the Channel 4 InvestigativeSeries garden or container by planting seeds
of timber sale.
Designate area the local power plant has fur seed setting transplant seedlings. If
Ma photos are good tools
nished the Starke sow seed down the
town of
Your Mind? for helping the seller and the buyer to with a sparingly
furrow.
understand the boundaries source of revenue in the past. I'm no When the seedlings emerge
and clearly limitations of the area Involved.If big business man, but I know this, and are :3-4 Inches tall, thin them to
that the mark of desired stand. The extra
a good business man plants ma*
individual selection of trees is to
an In this fast changing world of today is be used to transplant Into "skips''
be made then the individual trees
i should be clearly marked for cutting. knowing when to turn it. I think that which have occurred in the row. t|

All boundaries should be clear. you should ask yourself these questions -
Tell Us
About It With ?
: proper care, well-rooted,star:
Know what have to sell. The 1. Why did Clay Electric sell out and dy, 6 to 8 Inch high tomato plants cart
yon start be produced in 6 to 8
from
buying power Fla. Power weeks.
what
seller should have good idea of
it can be bed grown In plant beds, peat
I he has to sell. Study the local timber
t 'e... market. Tree size and quality are of 2. Why was the Municipal Home pots or peat pellets, or container*]
I Rule Powers Act enacted? such as wooden flats, metal pans or
consideration also at selling
I .. .. -. time.prime Will a little delay in 3. Why not look at things as they are milk cartons, or in hotbeds, or out*
'
'rr'WI cutting door
mean greatly increased and objectively before we misplace seedbeds. 1
our loyalty? J
Know the standards of measurement.
4. Why doesn't government lay The best soil pH for tomatoes Is '.0'
They most welcome because editor
Do you agree or disagree with somethingthat are every everything out in the open and put to (.8. Lime is needed if pH Is less
has been said, or some opinion that has wants to know what readers are thinking at Select type of sale. Timber is some things on the ballot for the peo than 8.0.
been expressed in an editorial in this the grassroots level and letters are the only generally sold In two ways: ((1)) lump ple to decide? |
sum or((2) product scale of the buyer.In 5. Why doesn't The Bradford For 100 feet of
? way we have of knowing.But County every square most!IH
newspaper a lump sum sale the seller should Telegraph get off the Republicans, rigated soils, about 10 pounds of .**

If so..don't just sit there. Let us know aboutit when you write your leUer..lon't< forgetto receive get sealed cash bids settlement and the seller in advanceof should which is on a national level, and do or similar fertilizer will be needed! }:
sign your name, with address and telephone a more of what Channel 4 did to let the during the life of the tomatoes. One
the In
the
cut. scale
product local public know what ? If half should be applied at
number, if any. If for some reason you do not system,the timber grower makes the goes on locate
The Telegraph did as good a local- time, placed in 2 bands each
If think that idea is all and Job
you our wrong, wish your name to appear in the paper, we will scale of measurement after the trees ly as they do on the Republicans the slightly below and 2 to 3 Inches to the
your idea is better, let us know about it. Put withhold it upon request, but it is essential that have been cut for a specific product. people of Starke would !know a lot side of the row. Part of the remaining

your thoughts in a letter and drop it I in the we know the identity of all letter writers in Use contract. A written contract more about their local government. to should be applied as a side dressing

mail. You may be right! case it becomes necessary to contact them for. should a be used In any type of timber The Telegraph beat the Republicansto 3 weeks after planting. The rest
death long before Watergate ever should be added later at 7 to 10 day in
both
of fact. sale. A contract will the
possible errors or misstatements protect
Some to think that and tervals.
people seem a newspaper buyer and the seller. happened my prediction now is
enjoys a big advantage in expressing its opi- So the next time you'read an editorial that that The Telegraph will be trying to

nion because it has the whole editorial page at raises your hackles and you feel like soundingoff Making the sale. Secure a list of find a place to bury the..,.where there Tomato plants are easily Injured or!''
will be no chance of rising again. even killed by frost. In the Spring,.
its disposal. But letters to the editor are an import -- do just that. Take your pen in hand and buyers of the various products for they should be set in the garden as
which have for sale. Notify .
;\nt,part of the editorial page and, indeed, tell the editor what you think. At least you'll buyers you of the availability of your DOWN THE ROAD soon as frost danger has passed. .

one bi fhe J most interesting parts of the paper. feel better by getting it off your chest. timber and solicit bids. Make the
timber sale area available to the in- Why Is This So Importanh'Tbe Transplant soon after a rain, when?
experts tell me and I must cloudy, or In late afternoon. Keep':
... spection of all prospective buyers. agree that Jacksonville and roots moist and undamaged Set the1
the
The seller should reserve right to
refuse all bids. Gainesville are both growing In the I plants slightly deeper than they &row' ,
V any or direction of Starke. Starke Is a sleeping 110 the Oat. '
\.C &RADFORO cO 'For anyone interested In obtaininga panhandle town giant with a boom ,

I list of local Umber buyers or other for those people In position to take ad- Staking the plants keeps the fruit
timber sale information, they can vantage of It. This can be supported off the ground and help* to conserve'
N Muerr acn % iEiligraP1 stop by my office in the Agriculture by the number of people from outside space. One method ofstaklng Is to
H. ,Building or call me at, 964280 of Starke now giving us the eye. Also drive a 6-foot stake Into the soil 3 to 4
by the growing amount of realtors In Inches from each plant preferably
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.' ... ,town. If all of the big business transactions before the plant Is set. As the plant
gjiOt HOBO:FERGUSOM---JOHN M.MILLLER' % I are to be done fairly and growl, tie if ui the state with string*

Publisher square without politics being involved to a times**tag these -..Make the
I the town needs a new of local Uea below Ole
type Just
tf}'f uMMi4. .-*Thursday sad witm ....ssa0w tae...r M Ik.PM OtHea J.............aMr. Act' .!Mwcb t.lm government to promote) it. I'm sure 114 t clusters. 18umMa9 i

that most of the people In Starke do ,M >
I..*.... .....-is wad.-"Per r..ri M slot Math.Ph. The deepest freshwater not like the hustle and the bustle like OH embers they?
........ lake In the world t fruit,
Ov std.wsds.r.a bfe Pei 11.111. .0
of the towns around but
._M4-4M.. ....... Lake Baikal' In southern some larger but catam OMft produced to be
Siberia reaches 5,712 feet. there is nothing we can do to atop pro. larger sod tmtnr. l..Itn4.Leave I ta 3.
gress. So,good folks the next question mai i 9tnta t9 tItw.,.






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Friday, March 7 ht

On Friday, March 7, people aroundthe /
world will loin a chain of prayer q'IIthd
linking more than 150 countries and 3 FIe tdegJ.J
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The program will be held In Starkeat
the First Christian Church at 11 moot '
am. with a covered dish luncheon ,. ,
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following." freedom, Christ has set ui S l4l, 1Ji,." /By T.II ewJ
Free! U the message for World Dayof ., .
b.T b.t. 1f : Prayer.Church women united,the 964.160lf '' -
ih r official sponsor of World Day of .
Prayer In the United States, Invites .
- - -- - - - - -
M 0: you participate In this year's ser-
f vice. The service was written by the
women of Thailand on the theme Suzanne Broadway. m .e Grace Baptist Church
"Responsible Freedom".
Your prayers and your offering will Patrick M. Verret To Hold Gospel Sing
help to make real the promise of To Wed March,15 The public Is invited to attend a
freedom for all people. Weeks, UDC Meeting Gospel Slug at the Grace Baptist
..-........... Carolyn Suzanne Broadway and Wednesday, March 5 Church on Saturday. March 1, at 7
Patrick Mark Verret will be united In
Junior Board Woman's to Meet Club marriage Saturday, March 15, at 2 W.T. Weeks UDC, will meet p.m.The Salvation Singers of Live Oak
K l-r Margie Thomson Thelma Jennings p.m. In the banquet room of the Beat Wednesday March S,at 3 p.m. at the and the Blue Grass Prophets of Lake
.3 and Marty Barry show crafts al The executive board of the Junior Western Motel,1293 and US17,Orange home of Mrs. Mildred WeIsgerber in Butler will be featured.
Art Show. Woman's Club will meet Monday, Park with reception following. Keystone Heights with Mrs. Joe Come and enjoy good singing i and
March 3, at 7:30 p.m. at the Western All friends and relatives are Invitedto Wilson and Mrs Cecelia Terwillegar fellowship with refreshments being
;T Local Club Members Steer Restaurant. attend. as cohostesses served during intermission.

Display Crafts at

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Members of the Starke Woman's
5 Club winning awards at the FFWC
I District Four Arts and Crafts show at -
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7 Thursday,Feb. 21,are: BIG -
I Thelma Jennings first prize for an 0 -
Angel Doll and second prize for an oil c -
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prize for a needlepoint tray; Betty -
Young/ won second prize for a pair of
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Miss Karen Glover Mrs. Verna Davis I Junior Club Holds

Shower Honoree Surprise' Birthday. Progressive Dinner .}
Party Feb. '20 Members of the Junior Woman'/ .
Orlando
Miss Karen Glover of and their husbands enjoyed a
1 16R 1j 1r formerly of Starke,a March 15 bride- Mr;. Verna Davis was surprised at, Club progressive dinner Saturday, Fob- 23. n
elect, was honored at a bridal shower a party given for her on her ,birthday, The started at''the home of 'i j
Saturday, Feb. 23, given by Mrs., Wednesday night, Feb. '2Ur.rat the I Mr: and group Mrs.,William ''Marchese for M
Lucile Godwin, Mrs. Eve R. Godwin, Davis home at 527 N. Cherry Street appetizers, then to the'home of Mr. ol
Mrs. Arlene Sapp and Mrs. Clyde given by, Mrs. Irving Meres, Mrs..' and Mrs. Randy Cory for salads. Next
Sinclair at the home of the latter. on E. Lester Johns, Mrs.Wesley Davis,Jr.? was the home of Mr:and Mrs. Gareth h
Call Street. Mrs. Curtis Davis and Mrs.: Wayne" Jones for the main meal I and then end:e:
Davis. ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen w
A focal point in the living room was The lace covered refreshment table'held dessert. (
for
Polk
a bridal arrangement with a basket crystal plates of cake, mints,' 30 attended. 'ai
over-flowing with gifts for the chips And ice cream. Approximately\
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honoree. During the hours her'' '. "" .! i :>
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Corsages were presented to the daughter Mrs. John Rule surprisedher Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis and son of
honoree, her mother, Mrs. William S. with a, telephone call from Em- Jacksonville were Sunday dinner
Glover of Raleigh, N.C. and to Mrs. poria, Kan.to wish her. .a Happy. Birthday guests of Mr.. and Mrs.. H.L..Hutson.r .
Joseph M. Stromsness of Zephyr f : -. "*f r i
Hills, mother of the prospective Twenty-five guests helped to
Kroonjf celebrate the occasion.DUPLICATE eChal/,
Pennlrae Hunt Helen Kuhne
Melissa Mayo The bride-elect was assisted In
opening her gifts by Mrs. Eve Godwin BRIDGE py yr LdRyeLoa.
Helen Kuhne
Two Contestants Enter Strawberry Queen Con test and Mrs. Tommy Chastain of CLUB RESULTS 1ftG

Misses Melissa Ann Mayo and Pen- Miss Hunt daughter of Mr. and Gainesville.After bridal games were played the Eddie Wed GriffisTo Liza and Jim'Minesinger were the .,C/"" iT
Mrs. Hunt of Starke Is a May 17 couple at Duplicate Bridge 1a
nirae Hunt have entered the Raymond honoree and guests were invited to winning
Strawberry Queen Pageant sponsored junior at the University of Florida the tea table by Mrs. Arlene Sapp. Helen Kuhne, daughter of Mrs. Tuesday night. Hazel and Jerry
by the Junior Woman's Club and is 20 years old. The table was covered with a Belgium Mary Kuhne of Starke and Jack Moran were second and tieing for vsa
which will be held March 29. Girls must be 16 to 21 of age linen cutwork cloth and centered withan Kuhne of :Tampa and Eddie Griffis, ,third were Ida Shaw and Cecelia Ter- I .
single and a resident of BradfordCounty arrangement of camellias. Punch son of Mrs. Freda Griffis and]Edward wlllegar and Charlie Riddle and Jack
Miss daughter of Mr. and or attending Bradford School was served from an antique crystal Griffis of Lawtey will be united in Burnette. ....
Mrs. Dallas Mayo Mayo of Starke is a juniorat system for more than a year. punch bowl by Mrs. Lucile Godwin. marriage Saturday.May 17, at 7 p.m. The club plays every Tuesday night. ,
Bradford School and is 16 Tickets for the pagenat are on sale Silver trays held dainty sandwichesand in the First Baptist Church in Lawtey starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Pratt f ,
High at Mitchell Drug Store and the pastries. with a reception following. Street Receation Center. Bridge
years old. She is sponsored by Chamber of Commerce. Other out-of-town guests Included No invitations will be sent out but players are Invited to attend. I
Register Oil Co.Shirley. ................................... Miss Debbie Glover of Orlando, sisterof all friends and relatives are invited to
the bride-elect, Mrs. Dora Broomeof attend. St. Edwards Church Halt ;
Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.D.N.H.L.Hutson Jerkins of of Starke Max-, Keystone Heights and Mrs. N.K. ...................................
ville and Robbie Davis of Jackson- Hurst of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. C.L.Cooper have had BINGOEvery I
ville attended the fifth annual Florida Miss Glover and Mr. Stromsnesswill as guests Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Wild Turkey Federation conventionand be married on Saturday March Stewart of Trenton on Sunday and Mr. Saturday 7:00: P.M. 1
Outdoor Sports Show at the Fair 15, In Inverness at the Our Lady of and Mrs. Marvin Stewart of LaCrosson ,..
Fatima Catholic Church. 411 N Tem le Ave Starke, Fla.
grounds In Gainesville on Saturday. Monday.
Mr. Hutson attended Friday thru Sunday

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Billy MeresCelebrated Did You Know........ ADK Alpha Gamma Did You Know........... Mary Lee Wainwright
7th Has Mental Health
Birthday Feb. 23 The following! personal were left out Mrs. Bobby Welch and family of Presented Concert
of the paperlast week due to lack of Program Feb 11 Savannah Ga. will spend the Sunday Feb. 24

Little Billy Meres celebrated his pace..... A program on nutrition and mental weekend with her parents Dr. and
leventh Mrs. O.L. Jr. Mrs. N.D. .(Mary Lee) Walnwrlght.Jr.
birthday Saturday afternoon health was given at the Alpha Gam- Haynes,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wroten and andauthor
Feb. 23, when his parent, Mr. and ma chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa ., a singer pianist, composer
Mr* Irving Meres, Sr., gave a party son of Davie Fla. were weekend meeting Monday Feb. 11. 'in the Mrs. Marcia Kay Furlong and of the book, "The Master A.- '
tor! him at their home on SR227. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves. Episcopal Pariah hall. daughter of Gainesville were Sunday Key," presented a lecture-concert, ,

1 The Mickey Mouse theme was car was presented by Ms.Melba visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. "Democracy Is A Gift For You", on
tied out in the party decoration and Edgar H. Dukes will return to his formerly of Bradford Sunday, Feb. 24, at 3:30 p.m. at the
table appointments Colored balloons home in Milton, Masson Saturday Friends of five-year-old Jonathan River House Terrace, 330 N. Federal
High School and her co-worker, Jim-
strung from the ceiling. after spending two weeks with his Ferguson will regret to hear he broke Highway in Deerfield Beach. The program
"were my Alexander of the!Consortium held
mother, Mrs.Alvin Kirkland and Mr.
Seventeen friends helped to. In Palatka. his leg in a fall at the basketball game was dedicated and spo.uioredby
celebrate. the occasion. Kirkland. President Sandra Duncan openedthe last Friday night. the National Federation of Music
Mrs. Meres was assisted Mrs. Clubs and ASCAP American Societyof
by meeting and the devotional on
Helen Fries of Starke baa receiveda
Curtis Davis and Mrs.Wesley Davis.BIRTHS certificate of commendation at the Love was presented by Lucille Payne. Mrs. Elizabeth Walker has return- Publishers.Mrs.Composers. Authors and
University of Wisconsin-Steven Hostesses for the meeting were ed to her home In Anna, 111. after t
Wainwright is an honor
spending the winter here.
Ernestine Denmark, Marilyn
Point Jhavuig earned academic
high
member of the Songwriters Hall of
Vellenga and Bill Sinclair who served -
gradepoints during the fall
; that ended in December. semester refreshments carrying! out the Mr. and Mrs. AI Kay Carlisle and Fame, American Police Hall of
Fame, the American Security Coun-
Valentine theme. Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn attended
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dennis of the Gator International Biographical Centreof
Promenaders danceIn
Callahan visited her parents, Mr. and .S./..,............, Jacksonville Friday night square Congress in the Arts and Communications ?+ JShe's

Mr.and Mrs.Loyd J.Bryan Jr.an- Mrs. Harvey Edwards on Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mr*. diaries Meyers and in Cambridge, England, a life Expert on Beauty
an
nounce the birth of a son, Loyd James member In the American Biographical -
daughter of Atlanta, W.L Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kimbrough of
and Mrs. Joe Hill and children l.atain llorrc Merle Nor
III Institute Associationand a
Bryan born Feb. 19 In Alachua and Research m-cppls
IOn of Waycross and Mr. and Princeton,Ind.will be Friday to Monday
of Ocala visited her Mr. and CoKinrtlm certificate' from
General Hospital.Maternal parents, Mrs. Robert the American Society of Com- man
Harrison of
of Ocala guests Mr. and Mrs. W.J.
grandparents Mr.and Mrs. Harvey Edwards on Sunday. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.were A.S. Frick. posers, Authors and Publishers. She David O'Connor MM. llrrrp Ir nlI'n-
Mrs. Guy T.Anderson of Lawtey.. Harrison. also serves in special research for the lug a Merle Norman. i'liHiiirticH uluiliit
Mr. and Mr .
B.J. .
tggers visited here In Murke Alurth.! .
Paternal U.S. Government and News
grandmother is Beverly Update
their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. W.H Green and fami-
daughter Mr.
Bryan and the late Loyd J. Bryan,Sr. of Tallahassee under the President and Departmentof
and Mr*.David Byers in Jacksonvilleon ly spent the weekend Cosmetic StudioTo
Starke. State, and In research news forFlorida's
tlf with his ,
Sunday. Rlohard J.Koseh D.D.S.Is mother Mrs. Lex Green. State Government "Update

r News". Open
-
Jeannie and Carlton Faulk spent
ova Announcing the weekend with their parents, Mr. Mrs.Wainwright Is the widow of the Every woman can be beautiful!
ALL BRADFORD
Haw H'IIII ecumv I I and Mrs. Lucian Johns in Jackson- late N.D. Wainwright Jr., of Starke If you don't believe it, just ask La-
rrhe Opening Of His Office ville. and Hollywood, Fla lain Herres new owner of the Merle
Move in as soon as you are Norman Cosmetic Studio at 118 So.
With I Keith Carter of FSU and Brad Did You Know........... Thompson St.Starke.opening March
NOW approved CALL BOB HARRIS William M. Witt D.D.S. : Carter and Valarie Pabst of Tampa -

spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Among those attending the Brooks 10.She's an expert on beauty.In .
-' for details. 964-5533 Maxie Carter, Jr. Annual Beauty Show at the Hilton an effort to offer her customersthe

25 N.E. 1st St. Hotel in Jacksonville during the very latest Information on
95% financing Mrs. Lila Caldwell was a medical weekend were Calvin Kirkland,Linda makeup artistry and complexion
Lake' Butler Fla. patient Friday to Tuesday in North Newman, Pat King and Patti care, Latain Herres has just com-
Florida Regional Hospital. Whitacre from the Looking Glass pleted an Intensive three-week train
Beauty Shop and Diane Snow from ing course at the Home Office of
Dianes. Merle Norman Cosmetics in Los

4 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis of Angeles.
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. An- Included in the special training she
drews of Jacksonville and Mr. and received were classes in up-to-the-
!foods. GOTIEIZIiiSI Mrs. Rodney Hall of Theressa were minute cosmetic and makeup techniques
..
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.R.O. and basic complexion care as
WE'VE Dansby.Mr. well as advance information on new
looks In cosmetics and fashion for the

YOU and Mrs. George Domlnannl. months ahead.
WBAT Mr. and Mrs. Bob Strunk Mr. and "When a customer first visits my
Mrs. Bill Flnucan and Mr.:'and Mrs. studio," Latain explains, "she is
George W. Brown of Starke Elks 1802 given a free demonstration in the
tl iii
CLOROX I T attended the quarterly meeting at the Merle Norman method of cosmetic
SWAN Harry Anna Crippled Children'sH08pltalln application and skin care. Then I
I BLEACH I UmatUla on Saturday.Mr. create a special makeup for her,
GALLON tailored to her specific needs.
I
i | and Mrs. Frank Bennett of "Developing every woman's max-
Monterey Mexico were last Monday imum potential for beauty is part of
II jt0uPOti I REDEEM ALL THESE to Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Merle Norman philosophy," she
I Fred Bennett, Sr. They all visited says. "For the customer that means
AAXWELLHOUSE learning how to look her best.
George Bennett in the Folkston Nurs- very
I. J.R.410 I I COFFEE is BAO I VALUABLE COUPONS ing Home in Folkston, Ga. on Tues- For me, it means helping her do so."
i iMAM
micMA PWUI.DMT,HCOUUII OH ADC day. Sunday guests were also Mr. and

!'I KKKXMMJI tVlM' *UNIT.IUtACCOMKMMJCnMClUQU I Of fACH COUKM. WtlW A.*.*M B I I GOOD YOU THP1U MV weD U.7>RIAII.WITH f.OOUrON N.. UaR.1 I i FOR EXTRA SAVINGS Mrs. Jesse Knapp of Jacksonville.Mr. Did You Know.., ..........
COUPON WRN.A'710'000 0010.
I air---,.. ... eels I L.' ___oii________..___ ALL_SiO.usculs. __.._......r.....ISra UMflTfY MaRl.aWmr0. and Mrs. Larry Stoner of Ocala
1 and Mrs. Rose Heller of Clearwaterwere Ada Jo (Jodi) Harper, daughter of
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Rev. and Mrs. G.L. Harper has
.CHECK THESE VALUES George W. Brown. been named to the Dean's List of

distinguished students at the University
DChuck" etADC ow .LB$1 68 I 9QL Mrs. Ruth Strand of Creston, Iowa of Richmond for the fall semesterof
Steak
I was Sunday overnight guest of Mr. 1979.She attends Westhampton College
| SAVE HI1 AIL Uss all and Mrs. Levon Andrews. the women's undergraduate
o l i er Steak ?!tii$269: A division of the university, where she
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas in is in .
were majoring English.Mr.
-5(>Niiivt Mir UNIX" *MM*
.O Calif. ,?49 Fort Lauderdale Thursday to Sunday
Steak .. JJI! a.! ... .. J tORMILD
; .... 1 -. jf. '". 1 visiting Mr. andMra..Howard Watts and Mrs. Mac Baldwin visited
nCrmTnci'll' '. >Beef.' "?, &&. '.'t'T".tN" IIIIIIIU' and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Knight.: his daughter and'family, Mr."'and
!&&. Mrs. Jim Montuoro in Tampa on Sun

___. MVI .Ie A SMOUO Mrs. William S. Glover of Raleigh, day and brought back their granddaughter .
Slab Bacon. ? .J.B 79.. F :' N.C. and daughters Karen and Debbie Gina for a weeks visit.A .

I *!,..'01...IYKS .IIf' IJ'S of Orlando and Mrs. Joseph
OSrno Picnic..1889 i iSAVt LaO Stromsness of Zephyr Hills were group from Starke and
weekend guests of Mrs. Eve Godwin. Gainesville enjoyed a skiing trip to
JO*A PANTRY PHIOI SHANK OB iUTT SWCIAl
Wolf Laurel resort at Mars N.C. from
I I Trim HamStc .o.vAccuni: .u129, Col. and Mrs. Don Koretz and Friday to Tuesday of last week.Those

!..IRISH' daughter Manya of Amherst, N.H.arespendlnlllO going from Starke were Vicky Corbelt. .
DPork Butts. H &119 SAVE 40' A LB SAVE $1.59 days with her mother Wade Winkler, Joe and John

l .10 ninIKSM tout" Arlin McKnight. Valinski. Candy and Buzzy Costello.

DSpare Ribs. .=? ?". ia1 19 JoAnne Forsyth and son Bilbo, Sarah
.. .. ., ....,.......... Raiford
sAVI a' 2 ucuf P .wJ:D' '1''c.' / Epperson celebrated his Biggs, Hazel Griffis and son, Andy.
WHOU 4a IOIN NW 0 Cheese '11* CH SmoKed '.1SAN I98 80th birthday Sunday at a family get- Jennifer Haas, Lori Shuford and
DPork Loin. *?. J.B1tt Cottage . Sausage. .
"MoiCUfMNTHYPIIIW ...""IJ'.CU'AU".. TIHDean's together. Attending were his wife Cheryl Godwin. From Gainesville Hal I
2 A.'S.'S"5' nKXAaiFryerCombmation Ua sister, Mrs. Eva Anderson, Mr. andMrs Ingman, Tom Emmel and Paul Hin-
o l J.B!1Q9 DMVIW Cream. . 68 0 Dip. . 39 Bill Epperson and his daughter, son. The weatherman obliged with a
uvtv>.i.aicurAaiiofncHJM 1 2 I*KG Sf A IT At miCO Mizells. Cake and coffee hard snow storm the first day. God

DfisTi Sticks . .'2"" LJ Cottage. Cheese. 88. n Little Sizzler 99 were served. win said "They had a really great
SAVf 20* dot"'Go PANTKV ft IOC lUCID PO"'-1o".c.MYGRADtt time and ready to go back".
Fisn'''''Ku.(;pRTONS11RD NTRRID D Ham T8 1 DSAVI 78sAVI Carol and Mac Baldwin, Dina and
o Portions" : '169 Imported . Dogs .
.
Jerry Petrella and Barbara and Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs. J.M.
..
VWHO1-H "'C.DI.{ "PANIHV MIDI"
.. 1w"'%C!"' THS as sAITUIO .Cf' Melvin Prevatt attended the
0 Franks..1A1 DWVI9 4/69/ square Blackshear were visiting friends and
o Fried Fi5I1. . 2' Gwaltney ._ dance Sunshine Festival In Lakelandover relatives in Montlcello Tallahasseeand
..>.1MniG.SO DIN'l9KtD MVI VM
LJ American Singles. T' D Italian Sausage. . 'I98 0 !! CUT WRAPPED FRE fJ SALE day.
TAK ir-. ..p<'ciYiiBKXHH' .
Robert Hall and Mrs.
MVIW'1''o loot v4TIV PtsAfoIT ) BONELESS THIMMEDLAPOFF Gary
O. Bowl Oleo. . . 58'' 0 COOKea Ham . 198 SIRLOIN TIP ROAST 'l',,'0' LB2" Stephens of the Junior Woman's Club Wayne Henley of Advance N.C
and Bob Hunt of Dallas Texas
SAN *-12oi'.C OSCAR MATT SQUAII. OK ROUND attended the Arts and Crafts Show at were
0 PacK. : .'18* BONELESS rD TO If ,1i 8 the Southslde Woman's Club last Sunday to Wednesday guests of :Mr.
DQtr.oleo .. .-.38 Variety . CHUCK ROLLS. IJAVO. LB Thursday and Mrs. Jerome Johns.

i I,
Betsy Yawn received a superior
1 f i A a YOU .,... -ating at the Federation of Music

w Club contest in Gainesville on Feb.9.
.. AUTO : Joey Herres received a superior
rating at a piano solo at the State
sttcEO .TO6LBS L' 11W, wuPew crN. r.
KNOW district contest Gainesville Friday


t99c u.oi.nr".a.. z 2 1 [AIaY ASE THE, 99 sTOS LBS LHsAVE9M .529 Gene.By Ross r"" ./;. Feb. 23.Jerry. Moran is home for a month


BAVEto'ALa sAVE3rALs sAVEso SAVE 30' ALB after receiving his associate degree
it the Culinary Institute in Hyde
Q. I just bought a new Park N.Y. He will enter FSU in
.battery for my 1976 Oldsmobile March' to get his Restaurant and
after going out iotel Management degree.Mr. .
every two or three day to

find the old one dead. Now I and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire

still have problem because -peat Thursday to Monday In
the new battery won't hold a .ufaula. Ala. visiting Mr. and Mrs
t+ 1 b U.S NO. 1 EXTRA FANCY RED OR GOLDEN ORGANIC PLUSSHAMPOO charge. What'* my next. .\. Earl and friends.. ;
f ,tep7

k' DELICIOUS APPLES or Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane of

A. Make a quick check of the Jacksonville Beach spent theseekend
or ANJOU :PEARS CONDITIONERSAVE rest of the car's electrical with his parents, Mr. and
Y system. Begin by looking fora Mr*. Huston McClane.Mr. .
nT totokl qz BTL.
d' loose or damaged alter
It ,MIX OR &.,""8. .. nator-drive belt. Examine it and Mrs. Mack Williams spent
.@ f" MATCH 79 for grease or oil, which will Wednesday to Sunday in Waycross,
L"' Ai./I cause it to slip. Twist it to Ga.visiting Mr.and Mrs.Charles Me-

\ 1.8 SAVE 20._ A.LB f. t check for cracks split!, and Quail and attended the funeral o( a
r glaze on the inside. If any of nephew, R.L. McQuaig on Thursday
lab" 49reeahloriiacalos..2LAo39 these found They also visited Dr.and Mrs.,J.E.:
5o'v 10'A l9fraA iANCY WlAIIISO"t"'W .1 are replace the
.
Ipes" ...r. belt Luckie,Jr. In Fitzgerald,Ga.
T t '394.. Next, Inspect alternator on Sunday -
lAr 10'-HOaDA ShcIng ma oes. : fAV 301'.1' for t
f. wiring clean and
M a *
r3auwsl .
FrehCale ;. ;. .. *
fAVleA iMolo Mushrooms.. .. .......,.. '.1". 5o'VI-M lC fuels loOII" : check the alternator current Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kisner of
rt r A u : "Ave ID VOMaI output using a voltmeter, MontoursvUle, Pa. were guest last
Great ::.b'baf ." ,'HH"o.a.10.' ,Pineapples. .. '. .....rl'. 'EACH 594 Brc..Shaver., .' .< ,'41 0.PAC1C994o ammeter and carbon-pile week of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Peter. at

'A kl 7e! Grap RAtY :
.::. :.1 Temple 1D40r'' ::1'5'1 es. .. its rated output your Mr*. J.C. Vining of Palatka visited

..IIl...Aa PiA.or .. nges. ,. trouble Is' here. If the Mr*.L.D. Vlning last Friday.
/owOnioas/ .. ... .r.e 3....39, : MotorUilZ 'ilr.r; 'f..6'c alternator testa all right, the

fAr.lowrTHwaialwater""HeMe.... ._...:J.. ., .awlZ-- .SA- :JO'olAJIoCoaCOOlON 4.:. '1".".. ",.. :. :, voltage regulator 1*. at fault.kAiiaaotivt Mr. and Mr: Frank Palmer,and
SAC. SAN fm.,f AItA.N1AA Mr.and Mrs. Jack Rutledge attendedthe
lAN Ad
; : ..:; ... ....,1.. ...lira.1" PurposeApp'eS. : : ea 4 K ee.i. ..\o :FRalnau!3c)9 golden wedding anniversary of
Parts Cuter Mr. and Mr*. W.E.: Cauthen )n
I Alachua
on Sunday.
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Girl Scout NewsBy Bradford high: BMS',Chpmis' Perform


Carolyn Eavei. phone M4-SR1Z. The Bradford High School and Bradford- Middle School ,the BUS Auditorium.
Lenore Leman and Gwen Whit. Is Invited. Admission ii
the choruses, under the direction of Don Hardy,'will be presenting Concert time Is 8 p.m. The public I
tington from Jacksonville Course last Saturdayat gave a concert of choral music tomorrow night,,Feb..29, at,, $1.50. Children 12 years and under admitted free.
Basic
Camping .....,
the First United Methodist Church. --.. .-z:;_ ....,&:&..... -- I J L
They gave the "basics" just as the title to

Implies, such as knots, bedrolls! tL ,
etc. Those taking the course includedLaurie M, v ,
Mullins Judy Dukes, Edna yt

Allen, Montery Wasdin Sara
Zurfluh, Elizabeth Walker and
Morris. This group and others will t I 1d t
have an overnight at Chowenwaw in r i t; ;

March.A .
warm welcome to Clarice

Stephens, working with Brownie
Troop 311. Clarice is a return assltant d. r ti 1:

leader. We are glad to have her back. !4i
This troop made Valentines for !
Sunland Training Center the first of I.T.
February as a service project.
Cadette Troop 520 celebrated Florida State Prison .. 1!
Thinking Day with Patty Mullins give Training GraduatesThe

ing a program on her trips to
Switzerland The Chalet and Our Department of Corrections has This Is the fiftieth CTI group to
Cabana. They also enjoyed Mexican announced that Florida State Prison enroll In the minimum standards cur- "
candy and Tacos. employees recently participated In riculu. which Is required by law. The ps / 1 t tThe

March 1, Saturday, is the Beauty the Correctional Training Institute at Training Institute program Is taughtIn
"
Bash at the First United Methodist Raiford, Florida. conjunction with Lake City Com- *
Church for all scouts and their Their names are Roy D. Byrd, Jr.; munity College, and the graduatesearn
leaders. Please be there by 8:45 a.m. James L. Crawford, Arothell B. nine semester credits for successfully -
The Brownies and Juniors will be Jolley. John G. King. George P. completing the full time 160 .- -",-

finished around 11 and the Cadettesand Ogletree, Jr., Owen E Slkes and hour course. School concert chorus: Fourth row: Chub'JohiiHim. Randy Andrew Keiinle lA'''-

Seniors will finish after 11:30.: Ronald A. Terrell. Front Bradford row, left High to right Don Hardy, director, Cathy non, Tony Robinson.. Tmlcl Jat'k..il. Porter Huberts, Nl'lIItasnl'k
Hope to see every troop represented. / Crawford.
Vickie Kersey, Robin Stern Voiidu I'at
Grlder. Vickie Carver
Adults are reminded to make their llerres ucrmnpaniMl. Fifth row Henry 8l'rrylale I'ntlerhill.' (.....rlte t jlnlYo.
reservation for the Friendship Dinnerby BClI X-Ray Kay Second Ayer Terrie Beth Mathews Francis.Joey Diana Crawford Kondu Cecil Prenton, Tony Bell, Kuhby. Pierce .Jiiniuv Ttmilln-
row:
March 4. We know it will be a really Kim
Lawson, Vivian Bell Michelle 8ap
Stern. Cindy De-aite
Station
nice dinner at the Naval Air !
Officers Club and we would like to Machine OK'd demons, Susan Sapp, 1..ls,i Harriett Moore. nvln. Knbbln Sleiis., !Not pictured !are Kevin (iriffis. Dee (iusklin. Sherry
Third Kelly
row: Sybil
have a good attendance from Starke. ('hnrloile Danny" XVolfe, Kohh.vKUIIM. .
) Stacy Denmark. Karen Chilly. IJsa l.a"son. Suzy Alvarez, ;Mull Russ Smith Geiger

; Hospital board members were told Beth Slarner Beth I'atrav, .

Monday night that a certificate of _.. __p ..._.....- _.l.-" -1\-\ ---... ". ...-r """ -1!.''17'" '" t-1-
Starke Church of God need for new radiology equipmentwas I
Celebrates Bicentennial approved by the state Depart
Lawtey Correctional ment Rehabilitative Services.

Members of the Starke Church ol Employee GraduatesThe Hospital Administrator Dave Libby
God "Believe in Sunday School" and Department of Corrections has said the equipment will be Installed in
will be demonstrating that belief for announced that Lawtey Correctional the area where Libby now has his office a
the next six weeks as they continue Institution employees Richard G. and estimated it will be Installed
their celebration of the Sunday School Norman and Johnny A. Ross recently within the next three or four months.
bicentennial.With participated In the Correctional The new X-ray equipment Is In
a different theme for each Training. Institute at Raiford, Jacksonville being assembled], Libby
Sunday, the "I Believe in Sunday Florida. said.
School" campaign will reinforce the This is the fiftieth CTI group to
church's commitment to the ministry enroll In the minimum standards cur- Marcus Drewa, president of the
of the Sunday School and will! riculu which Is required by law. The Methodist Hospital Foundation, told
recognize its contribution to shapingthe Training Institute program is taughtIn board members the financial sheet
American spirit.On conjunction with Lake City Com for January was ''the best since the
the first Sunday of the program, munity College and the graduatesearn fiscal year started In October of last
participants will "Proclaim Its Pur nine semester credits for successfully year. It was pointed out that revenue
pose" by acquainting the communitywith completing the full time, 160 for January was$256,000 as comparedto
the functions and benefits of Sun hour course. $247 000 In October. Drewa attributed -
day School. On the second Sunday The participants will continue their the Increase to higher room
they will "Pledge Allegiance" to the training with an additional 160 hours rates that went into effect in October. The Bradford High School Girls''' filer ('IublFronL
Sunday School, making a commit- taught by regional instructors on an The hospital showed a net gain of row left to right: Annette Austin. aeconq.nni.t| Third rim : Ih'hhh'kl', Regina,\ :lflnlonli.. Kim <'lemons..
ment of prayer and faithful atten In-service basis at the various cor- $32,000 over January 1979, Drewa Yllah Slocum, Donna T\ler Wanda Brown., Dunn SlinPulge Roberts Ihiulela liul! \. .Jo) > ",'11. Connie Dm Is,
dance. rectional facilities located throughout pointed out. mops Monica Green Dana Luke KeKinu RuKiiick.. Jewel Brminhlon. M.irj Uullerson. Sherrie, Shill II. 'l'orry

The third Sunday will underscorethe Florida. Second row: Don Hardy, director. Norma" ( ....."u. Vickie IH.dK"
teaching ministry of the Sunday The participants will continue their Drewa also noted that the rescue Carver, Bobbin Slpeu.IIj.pl.. .. Bo>ell. Sharon .Fiisst'll Net |pictured: l.lnda. Sims. Jill lla>t.;.. :.Maria. 1).1i..li->. ..Icunv -
School by encouraging participants to training with an additional 160 hours unit had lost $24,000 in the first four Lori Flynn Tab! "'olsunI.1\larle hart Kiihiii ll'.ilKr. Dads Sadie ;\1t'lllIm.IIII'lIua Hull.
"Accept Its Guidance' in building a taught by regional Instructors on an months of the fiscal year and is expected
strong foundation for a successful in-service basis, at the various correctional to lose approximately 75000.
life. On the fourth Sunday memberswill facilities located throughout Drewa said the losses compare to
"Share Its Ministry by taking Florida. Baker County,which also expected to Starke Elementary School} NewsIMPORTANT
the Sunday School beyond the church lose $75,000 in their rescue unit ser
walls to those unable to attena vice.
regular classes.In -"- "" : : :- : : : : : : Election of officers for the board TO From Mrs Griffis Jenkins 2nd Thorpe, Blaine Thornton. Richie
an effort to "Promote Sunday tabled until next month because DATES. grade: The fallowing students advanced Barnes March Searcy Alaina Mann-
School Growth", the fifth Sunday will Bradford Middle was REMEMBER: from Merrill Reader to MagicRinga ing, Sabrina Ford. Hosalyn Taylor.
board member Joseph Stephensonwas.
the of February 29 Six weeks ends today. : .to-. Todd Randall Lisa These
emphasize Importance absent from the meeting. ,I Congratulations Polkand, Moslcy.
,. reaching out Into the community and. s"al .. 'March Special Olympic Track and ''I+ltiJIi.QJ \ AdApil Gi+igeraniej unstudcnt,., I showed outstanding; performance
School NewsMrs. Field 930 a.m..J 1:00'; s '
Competition !
Inviting newcomers to join the Carlton, Dwayne BluHUawrKlartV In ciusi the entire week.
celebration. The Sunday School cam- &m. Place: Bradford High School Sellers. Those making a perfect score Mrs. Tetstone's class had a 'Valen

paign will culminate on Easter Sun- Clayton's and Ms. Moschella's on i their Spelling test on Friday, Feb. tine's party on February 14. The
: : : : : :28.
day in a special service designed to classes have become Scout Troops March 7 Report cards go home. 22 were: James Martin Lisa Green children enjoyed their Valentino
"Celebrate Its Life" through the through a co-educational classroom March 10 CTBS (County 'Test of John Turner Mignon Carroll. Tony cards and played games during I ho
resurrection of Christ. scouting program. The program is 4-11 County Events Basic Skills) will begin this day. Hankerson. Carlos Jones, Kelsey hour. Cupcakes potato chips valentine
sponsored The Boy Scouts of Bradford County 4-H'ers held their March 21 Planning Day for Brad Thomas and John Reichert. candy and punch were enjoyed by
America and is for students in Exceptional annual County Events day last Satur ford County teachers. There will be no These third grade students made the students. Miss Donna Samons ho
Education classes. Both classesare day. More than fifty 4-H'ers school on this day for students. 100 percent on their Spelling! test thisweek volunteers in Mrs. Tctstone's room

Renowned Pastor to PreachAt earning merit badges for troop presented demonstrations or in Mrs. Crawford's LanguageArts ; brought cookies. Johnny Sicfjniund
First Baptist ChurchDr. projects including citizenship, safety, speeches at four locations. Field The Special Olympic will be Track held and class; Mitchell Gray. Terncona took a trip to Pompano Beach to visit
health and family living. Winning demonstrations and competition on Kitties, Audra Brantlcy Benjamin relatives. Joining him wore his
Herschel H. Hobbs, retired March 5 from 9:30
The two classes have also formed speeches were given by: Agriculture Wednesday, a.m. Hankerson Patricia Parado, Selena parents Mr, and Mrs. John SicKmund
from First Church to,about It will be
1:00 at the
pastor Baptist involved in 4-H p.m. and
Club and brothers.
into a 4-H are Category Bruce Howard David Norman and Cindy Samons. Eddy and Joey
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma will activities. The classes will take part Hamilton, Ann Baker and Ken Bradford High School track. Ms. Cissy Is very proud of her Math Mrs. Testonc welcomes buck Scott
here March 916. Dr. Hobbs Please make sure that child
preach in an overnight camping trip in May Crawford; Horticulture Category your superstars: Chad Thornton Robert Allen to our class.
has been a preacher of the gospel for be 4-H has shorts, a T-shirt socks and tennis
which will one of the major Melissa Gee and Randy Harris;
over 50 years, serving nine churchesin shoes with him/her that day. I
of
projects the year. Small Animals Category Monroe '"
various states in the south. He was The Track and Those students in training for the
Special Olympic Herndon and Tim Coleman Vet
known as a foremost spokesman for Field Competition will! be on Wednesday Science Category Mary Wright; Special Olympics are: Room ::1 i: "My old tax service didn't
Southern Baptists for 18 years whilehe March 5. It will be held at the Horse CategorySheila Anderson and Sharon Davis John Davis and Darrell
served as on "The Baptist Rich. Room 231 Bobby Willmgham.
preacher :
Bradford High School track from 9:30: Genie Rising Industrial Arts
;
Hour". This was aired Wilkes, Albert 'and double-check
Baugess;
: program Henry everything.
to approximately 1 ::00( () P.M. Category Jamey Carver and Tony
around the
weekly in over 400 stations Bobby Jackson.
world.: The participants in this event include Anderson; Bicycle Category Ken
students from Starke, Brooker Howard; Public Speaking Calgegory- I should have come
and Hampton Elementary Schools, Randy Merritt and Blaine Thornton;
He has served in many other Bradford Middle and High Schools,
Safety Category Drew Andrews; '
responsible positions as a leader of and clients from Sunshine Acres and Food and Nutrition Category', An- ServicemenAir here last year:

Southern Baptists. such as an eleven the Volunteers of America Group Living nette Balkcom. Melissa May,Tammy Recruit Padgett
year member of the executive committee Home. There will be interesting
many Moody and Deborah Green; Breads Leaves For Training
of the SBC. 1961-63 were and enjoyable activities take Category Terri Jakab and Tammy
Air Recruit William R. (Billy)
of distinction,
special years beingl'll'ctl'd ing place that day. Baldree; Clothing Lisa Lynn,
of the Southern Padgett son of Mr. & Mrs. Dewitt C.
president Bap- Everyone Is welcome. to come. Wehope Suzanne Dyal and Debbie Fairish; Padgett. Starke, will be leaving today -
the
tist Convention. busy
of During he named that you will tie able to join us at Recreation and Photography-Rebecca Feb. 28, for Lackland AFB. San
I950-1U70.( as
was
years this exciting event. Ann Anderson and Doll Waters
trustee of !New; Orleans Baptist ; Antonio for six weeks of basic: training -
Health Michael Rourke and Sherry
Seminary a member of the Foreign -
Mission Board served as president of Herndon. After completion of nis basic,
Other 4-H'ers participating were:, Padgett will continue ; his training
the Convention of Oklahomaand
Baptist Card of
Thanks Joy Carlton. Susan Navalany Elaine
president of the Southern Baptist with 20 weeks of Ground Radio Repair
Pastor's Conference four times. Tetstone. Cindy Lynn. Rickt Lynn Specialist School at Keesler. AFB.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dicandio Sr. Harris Donna Marsh, Sabrina Starling Biloxl, Miss. .
would like to express their appreciation Sara Crews, Verlene Weathers Recruit Padgett is a 1974 graduate
Dr. Hobbs has written extensivelyon for the surprise 50th wedding anniversary Ann Marsh. Debbie Moody, Jeff Had- of BHS and Is married to the former
various topics relating to the. reception given in their sock Robbie May Robert Carven Elaine Moss of Starke. They have a
church and its doctrine and practice.He honor Feb. 9, 1980. at the Starke Golf Michael Navalany,Priscill Welch and daughter, Melissa.
is well known for his doctrinal and Country Club by their childrenand Joe Hagan.
studies and writings on these subjl'C..tS. -
their families. Plus the many .
friends and relatives that came to "'"k't' .
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Hobbs will be speaking each evening Everything was beautiful. We wantto ..... ., ; o'.

at 7:30: doctrine pm. Each of the morning church a will prominent be say and thank shared you to everyone that ': ,>>}. \, i9I ;. J YIII'I.. !' '
came with us. The lovely cmt iii ; .
taught at 10 a m. + .
gifts beautiful flowers the warm =
Rev Ben Bryant, pastor extends a fellowship has given wonderful ,. '; ,.... .." ,.,, fci "j OJ ', .'"J 1n ,;
hearty welcome to all to hear this I
great Bible teacher while he is in thearl'a. memories. : I
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: HAMPTON HIGHLIGHTS iHQHJJl ; : L :. : :, :<': : ( r :' 1 ,I : = = = :sssssst j C2: :cDDL : : }EeD :2:2C2DC : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : = :1

I beneficial methods of coupon use, ex- parents, Mr.and Mrs. Paul
and
Meng Mrs. Joyce McMillan, became the
.j i no' By Dolores chicken embryos.They were happy to
Meng. phone 488-19IS 4th birthday Feb. 21 ,with a family change,and proper use of refund cer other family members and friends. mother of a baby boy John Mitchell their
win Blue Ribbon for
a
4-H Meeting party. tificates. Members present exchanged Miss Joyce Meng of Jacksonville McMillan, on Feb. 23. He weighed 9
The Hampton 4-H Club Lisa Marie Huntley celebrated her food and and look demonstration In the Junior
plans to hold utility coupons spent the weekend with her family, Ibs. 12 oz. and measured 21-1/2". He
K.! a meeting Monday evening at 7 8th birthday Feb. 21. forward to the next meeting In March. 'M1Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng. was born at Alachua General Hospitaland Agriculture Division.
;o'clock at the Harold' Waters home. VisitorsMr Kenny Crawford and Hal Davis of
: AU,students are welcome. : and Mrs. Claude Garbet ofQultman Starke visited Cecil Field over the Hampton Elementary School came home with his mother on Dental Demonstration
to be with
Monday his father, Mickey.McMillan.
New Students Janelle Reese of Starke visited Mrs
weekend. father, Harold
Georgia,spent several days Kenny's
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Bookmobile Sharon Forsyth enroled in the third Everyone at the school is Arlene Rich's third grade class on
? with their longtime friends Mr. and Crawford, is Captain of the U.S.Navy
Anxious him
The Bradford County Bookmobile Mrs. Gerald Adkins, recently. Fire Department there. They \ grade on Monday. Her brother, Joey, to see tool Monday to demonstrate proper care
serves this area every Tuesday from Lake watching airplanes and saw a enjoyed entered the first grade class. They Embryology Project of teeth, Including brushing and nutrl
12:30 Hampton formerly attended school in Ashland, Ann Baker and Crawford lion. The students were given the
: until 2:30: at the Hampton Post Mrs. Edith Smith hosted Commando 150 Personnel Carriers. Kenny
Coupon
Office a Virginia the 7th at the Brad tablet test and were given tooth
parking lot. Refund Mrs. Kenneth McClure.and sons represented grade
Club meeting on Saturday, Good News
Mi Feb 23, at her home.She was assistedby Kasey and Ryan, of Tampa, arrivedFriday The second grade class was thrilled ford County Fairgrounds on Friday. dividual brushes and tooth" paste for their in
lioN'tallzld' Mrs. Carolyn Slater In showing to spend ,the week with her to hear that their former teacher They took along three preserved use.
Mr. A.C. (Buck) Dennison Is still a
patient in, Room 560 at Alachua

'General Hospital 'following. recent Have your eyes examined regularly

:tt i surgeryo .' EC 's@ then bring your prescription to

BirthdaysMr. Eokerd Optical Center
I and Mrs. John Woodward at- on
tended a party in celebration of their Prescriptions filled Prescription sunglasses y e
niece's Shana Marie Morris, second *
? Lenses duplicated Frames replaced or
Ii. birthday 17. In Gainesville on February ...your little neighborhood department store. repaired No appointment necessaryBAYER

Stanley Keith Varnes celebrated his


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:;;. Dell Chapter 168 OES The monthly ." 1: r'
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I meeting will be held Thursday. Mar. ... i -- -' I I r;f', II
13 in the Masonic Hall on Brownlee j' Dependable pain relief/. I. U "" "
'. '. Street. All members are asked to at- Bottle of 100. BAYER fl I i\!\;:: : ,. ..:)
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Note: Sister Mildred Smith, Deputy y .
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for this area Is asking all Dell 9' ', f; p ., ".. liii '" ; '
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Mar. 8 in the Masonic Hall at 6 p.m.
All members are asked to obey this } 'I ,[ii;' fl"r.: Jf: .
1 II request. Business of vital importance. r '' f NU j r il'i! [.y a'

:. The monthly meeting of the Concerned ] hi
I Citizens will be held Thursday 11 { TWIN-PACK:, DIAL +

I Feb. 28 In RJE Complex. All PLANTERS .Y: ,; MILDEW-STOP I; BAR SOAP
members and citizens are asked to at- l '
} HAWAIIAN TROPIC ARRID EXTRA DRY 6 t Prevents mildew& musty 5-oz.balhslze.goldonly. J&*
tend. The help of all citizens Is needed SNACKS
I .'-' Each success.citizen have your community.hand LOTION or OIL| 6-oz aerosol 2 J HLtypes Choice of 4 ; t .
can a helping :};;' 2/-ff)0
r Price reflects fIt 694label. types. rrsa, 1:1 .N-. ; 3/88"... ..jrl
*i of in improving you help? the conditions. Will each '' a deep dark tan 35* off ._ : \jl' '!: REG 89 PACKS lilt:\ r:
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&; Ebenezer Church Feb. 29 ,1 'i1e -
i) will mark Baptist the beginning: of the ( 79 ssfff' 133 ,!.........., t.. ;..._.'."'1 Afv 'J'3 1t 'I""" tatftiyur6, :\ .l" ... .r""+\f2It.; :....... "'+x...j. ,'J il 1f;_"j't'i'">: <'t.'T..r+sDRr _
>': eleventh anniversary program for
B Rev. L.R. Davis at Ebenezer Baptist
if Church. Rev. Eugene Gainey and congregation -- NO NONSENSE REGULAR QUICKIE
of Gainesville, along with I: PANTYHOSE FISHER SPONGE MOP

Abilene Baptist Church of Putnam Cotton crotch panel.reIn. CASHEWS Durable sponge head with
Hall, will conduct services. Rev. HERBAL forced toe Assorted A I smooth wood handle.
i CONTAC .o1! sizes Dry roasted no sugar or ..
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W.M. Oliver and congregation from '? ESSENCE t shades. REG. $1.39 oil added.oz.. REG. $499 ..s
p
McMickins Fla. will conduct service CAPSULES SHAMPOO '!n i REG. $2.29 LIMIT 1 ". '-
of Mis Relieves colds 188FRAMED :> ..
at 3 p m He Is pastor Gilgal 1 99- 3 ..
Baptist Church. Everyone Is s mploms.Pack 15-oz bottle,3 'l2 .. -
invite LIMIT 1 9
Of 10. LIMIT 1 types.

New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer m 17
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Meeting and Bible Study each Wed at 1 log (i log ] -- --
7:30.: All members are invited to attend ... \ VALIANT 4-CUP ,
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HOTPOT PICTURES.
The pastor and congregation will oIJ! !) Make Instant tea. heat tJ1 Assorted scenes 12' x 16". >>.'t J
conduct services at Elizabeth Baptist I soup. Safety lock lid. choose gold chrome or
Church in Lake Butler Sunday. Rev. J;<: R EG. $5 99 MODEL 2306 I wood tone frames I
W.C. Robinsin, pastor. All membersare UL IIsled. REG. S1099
RAVE
tivity.asked to cooperate with this ac ?<,'';.: DIG SHAVERSREFILL KITS W 499 888 ..iJ

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Calvary Haptl'I't'h'urch: Prayer no f ,
Meeting ''each';Tt((|rs :- trizZiiSoodor.Genlle. !i. .. .
School 10 a.m. Preaching Service g' posable razor's"LIMIT even 'J.
p.m. The public is invited. : 1 PACK &: forcolortreat- : : DECORATIVE
Church of God In Christ: Bible il'J" jJ'.;' ed hair, ;: OIL LAMP -
\\c LIMIT 1 [1f@' 10-LB. -
Band Tuesday fa
7pm. Friday 7pm. 39 V31 Pilgrim oil lamp with Pewter
Pastoral : BAG Heavy duly
and Sun '
Prayer Teaching. t look.Ready to fill with scented 1/ \ PlastICWlthl'e.m
day School 930.: Morning Worship 179 ; ed oil REG. $5.99 CAT OIl'". ups Box of
11:30.: YPWW 5-30: I I LIMIT 1
Greater Bethlehem! Freewill Baptist $ LITTER (flfJrj
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Church: Each Monday 7:30: Senior !\ ,1'0{ Extra absor 14447L
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Choir rehearses. Tuesday Prayer fj A-1 RELIANCE bednl&tcje. t ,
all Circles will .
Meeting. Wednesday ROLAIDS ({:'" .
. meet at 7:30.: Blye's Circle will meet n;. ANTACID HEATING "; REG 99- .
1 at Mary Parks' Thursday 7:30: Story ; ..1, TABLETS PAD 1<:'J.'r; MARKS-A-LOT 1 LIMIT I ,_ I SHOWERORGANIZER
Hour at the church. Friday 6:30 -
Junior Ushers and Junior Choir will Roll of 12 lab- 3 heats ; RI! MARKERS
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) rehearse. Friday 8 p.m. The Little I lets. 3 roll pack y. Fully, guaranteed REQ y [ Permanent broad tip mar- ,.,.- 10 Fits over the shower head u
SST Church will present a Black History LIMIT 1 PACKrapt IMiT 1'r. kers. blue black or red 6 g. REG $269999
program. Saturday dinners will be I r /il $7 59 REG 69* EACH -

sold from the kitchen. Saturday 6:30 [ 3/400 :\i
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Monthly Sunday School Teachers 577 f+! !FOA .,
meeting will be held Sunday School I I

I 930. Morning Worship II a m.Dinner .. ..'. ...,;n".... ';>,-><'
will be served 12:30.: Tiny Tots !,} !f '{t ''l'sl .y Y"" v +! } NNo'
;q.l.n: J: ) tk :y l 1 ; m 4}: :.f ,1 ..iti.f St urr.J: : Cti{v.W 'Cry J'l.Wi' l s.a-r..tL6'
rehearse 4 p.m. Evening Worship 6 .p,(' }i I W"f. i w"'w.I' :

p.m, 'i REDWOOD
2 Free Canaan True Church of find In KEYSTONEXR33 AND SELF-PROPELLED
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1 2 Unity: Monday Prayer 7:30.: Tuesday f ALUMINUMOUTDOOR POWER
2 Choir rehearses 6:30. Wed. Tarrying CAMERA % MOWER
service 7:30: p.m. Friday Church ser Extended range capability jA l' 35 H P. Briggs Stratton
A vices; prayer meeting.Sunday School 9O pocket size Uses 1 to dim JI i FURNITURE engine\ Easy recoil start Adjustable .
!I 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. & flipflash REG $11 99 i::! California redwood slats on cutting height Bag
Evening Worlhlp7:30.: aluminum frame Chaise' has included REG. $23999 ey

t Ml. Alorlah United 'MethodMt TEXAS INSTRUMENTS ri: multi-positon back +
'hurt''lit Choir rehearses Wed. before DIGITAL WATCHES t"'i1 CHAIR CHAISE 19999 1
the first Sunday In the month at 7 p.m. '
Sunday School\ 9:30.: Communion Ser. Mona ladles styles with bright digital ? 128' 2488 r
vice 11 a.m.Pleasant readout Matching band or bracelet 't .
t; REG.$t5 99 REG $29 99
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Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Com r
munion Service 3 p.m. REGULARPRICEE 1M
First Burn Church of'The Liking| SWINGER 25-OUARTIGLOO

Gal: Tuesday 7:4: : Prayer Service. EVEREADY ALKALINE GRILL ICE CHEST
Tarrying Service. Sunday r'! Adjustable 18" Molded ,
Schism 10 a.m. Morning Worship 9-VOLT BATTERY ItLXUIMII iI'x\! IS grid with, 1588 ethylene poly Hinged.
11::30. Evening Worship 7:45.: lasting power cell for radios f u Tilt-away hood :J lid REG $21 99
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Greater; .lllen('hIlPt'1It: ;Chart t 12QLong ators A smoke alarm i= Enamel fir*bowl _. HOSE
The District Conference will begin! $199 :PEG1S4895 cc -:-: '
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Thursday 28-29 In Jacksonville at St. 128S..80ft.doub'e I 8
Matthews AME Church on Commonwealth CERTRONCASSETTE 3688
Street Rev.W.H. Zanderswill TAPES f. REG $1599

preach Friday. The Young Adult Premium quality blank recording!! C .
Choir will sing..The congregation is tape 60-minuto Rf99 $1 99 0
invited to attend. Sunday School'10 HOSE NOZZLE
a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Com 'o. I 6-PACK -
I Adjust .
*'from
I : munion Service. Stewardess Board g CJ.Rd5E.CONT !: fine .
3 AIHER 7ftc spray lo luillorc.. '
I'' No. 3 will _"!,'Vf'. Ills; Sherlie A. REG $t 19 -
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: Cohens Chairman.Church : LIGHTER Heavy duty foam '
J ; of Hud of I.rophrcSunday HARDSIDE -. 88 Holds beverage. '-
c 250 watt,Saf*.
I School 10 n m. Morning Worship IIa.m' LUGGAGE cans REG 99-
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Evening Worship .7'pm. .The' .easy way to'
BURGESS
Attractively styled with, vinyl hgM coal* FLUIDIC
(public is inviled REG S3 29 T *r
Girl' covering comfort handle Choose c.O LAWN
Girl I scouts Sunday.. Mar. 9. Is FEED SYSTEM
Pecan o> Gold ,. '
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Scout Sundays AD scouts will attend 12-INCH 21-INCH 26-INCH '... ;, HH drf| Ferhhze8" water at meH 1
church Sunday morning,! with, :. your ". I MVIkOO same time G..SYIO .

Iroop. "" .If ; :, 9" 13"REG 18"REQ: '41's U VLJr, BEG use cartridges$24 95 Il '. .

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Testing ,Applicants,
bp PHOTO GUARANTEE \ ; -
The US. Census s IlIr..a'u.'iU! ,
testing applicants Wednesday- I Buy_only the prints you want, No hassle,even il,""t oo wee}1014! picjur*tail ing1 f'iJr:1fi1 "'Ii1f \ filJjJ(! (:]" 1 1t
Stark for full, and,part Jim! _)Jobs for '. \', '' < LJU' L.I L.1 J.I. W
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the 1980 cen6\I I'.' TWICE THE PRINTS, ',TWICE'THE FILM :: I' x. I
Tests will take plai*' af 209, N. t Cetaneiirasetorprintswitri' 'Get two fans or frfm lor liner .1 4.' ,;r-- I, .
Thompson SI. at to a.m, and 2 p.m. ,1 every roll of color or black and puce Drone Kedaceiof print' of1"yiihit '... 1"4 ...:-,. CJ'(I (; t. UIlJB .IB: I:5IIJV: W I 1

All interested applicants are en- *print Mm, developed, .blacH and, whitewho7 iar / SALE! J GOOD THRUSAT.MARCW1.
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to eho\ .AH Jobs are tem- : ._... ... .. :'..' '. PRICE
couraged ,'1.up. < .< n* t and primed have ybum'I.in i- ;:; .l"-'Pr""- I.J \\O" "; OJ* EKDAYS! 9 A.M. HI t J P.M.
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For further Information call AND EVERYDAY D'r. .Jr.;;-:_ 831 S. Walnut 'St.Starke. Fla. .MO..UIIILUO..AL.IT..ul..lT.a.. f.
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I LAWTEY NEWSBy Em : -" iiHU: :; JiiH: : ii8 : : : IQ1C } .l : [ lce : ] : : : aQ :'L l rCcii : : : = e8ia e ae84 81 .1 U i i 1 !ll U U UI' 1

10 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Fri nds-ofMr. Arlie Dobbs are happy Mrs. Wilma WainwrIght and her' ,Prescott, Mrs. Vedy Mae Norman
Deacon and Mrs. Ralph Wise and Training Union 8 p.m. Prayer that he was able to come home sister Mrs. Doris Perser of Lake Mrs. Sharon Norman and Mrs. Ethel
Elizabeth Terry phone 7823300. grandson Craig attended Homecoming Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m from Bradford County Hospital on Asbury, visited their relatives In Norman were hosts for a 45th,Wedding -
JROTC Parents Assn. Meeting at &eaboard Avenue Baptist Northilde, Baptist Sunday School 10 Sunday after being admitted Thursday Ocala Bartow and Lakeland,over the Anniversary Mrs.Party for Norman
JROTC Church and after dinner an ordination a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 mornIng. Our prayers are with long weekend. parents,Mr. and
March 3, Monday Bradford, 7:30: High School. service was held for Brother Jim p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 him.. Mrs. D.O. Brown visited with hers' at,the home of their son and
NEED Building.MORE PARENTS to attend. Hunnicutt. Brother David Brown p.m. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- daughter, Mrs. Sandy Thomas and'' daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
the Ordination visited her friend Mrs. Ledge, of I Norman Sunday afternoon. Guests
WEEK to be outlined. preached message Smyrna Missionary Baptist Sunday thurlne Blanchard her slater Cynthia
Plans for FAIR '
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LITTLE LEAGUE and then Brother Hunnicutt was or- School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Jacksonville,while Mr. Brown. was in for the party were Mr. and Mrs.Butch .
LAWTEY
dained. a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thelma Wilson at Baker County Nursing the hospital. Prevail Mr. and Mrs. W.E.
March 6 Thursday 7pm.
MEETING .
School. Grace United Methodist) Church Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Home at Macclenny on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shinn and Gault Mr. and Mrs. Mike Oglesby
Lawtey Mr. and Elementary Mrs. Paul Dirks, of West School 9:30 a.m.. Early' Church 10:30 afternoon. Mrs. Wilson's cataract daughters, Loris and Sherree,, sold Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson. Mr.
11 UMYF 8 she their bee farm and moved over on: and Mrs. Gene Taylor and family
and Mr. Dirks mother of a.m., Worship a.m., p.m., Personals: surgery was successful and was
Palm Beach
the weekend Evening Worship 7 p.m., Tuesday Correction: better. Griff Loop Starke. We surely do Mrs. Ruth Griffis and children, Mrs.
with Waterloo Mrs., Iowa Paul, Dirks spent brother and evening-Orchestra Practice 7 pm., Mr. and Mrs. Franklin McDaniel of Angle Starling of Jacksonville. Is miss this fine family from our com: Elsie Norman, Frankie Wood, Mrs.\
Ed and Crews. Wednesday Adult Choir and Little Orlando are the proud parents of a spending) some time with her grandparents munity and church. Darlene Norman and sons Mr. and
sister-in-law Joyce
Christian singers 7 p.m and 8 p.m.Bi- daughter Susan Elaine, born at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling Wayne Hardee and his brother-in- Mrs. J.W. Manning Mr. and Mrs.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES ble Gleanings Shands Hospital Gainesville, Jan 24. and family. law Farron Carter went to Panama Eugene Norman, Mr. and !Mrs.\ Albert
Church of God: Sunday School 10 Winner of the BIBLE BEE In early Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Tim and Amy Waters, daughters of City Thursday mite to hunt some wild Norman, Mrs. Doug Joan*, Mr. and
a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Church this past Sunday was Mike ward Manning, Lawtey and Mrs. Ef- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Waters of MId- hogs. They cam back Sunday after Mrs. George Sealey Rev. awl Mrs.
Prayer Meeting and Y.P.E. 7:30 p.m. Becker. Runner-up was Maire Love- fie Mathews coee. dleburg, spent the long weekend with noon and were successful in locating I G.W. Chlsm. Moniac, Ga., Mr. aadMrs.
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School 10 Mikkl remains the undefeated winnerby Mrs. Daisy Boch and her cousins their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. some. .Charles Kite,ef MhWeburg,Mr.
a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., quoting the most verses from Mrs. Gary Buckley Starke.; Mrs. James Waters. Their parents came Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee attendedthe and Mrs. John Norman, Mrs., Avle
Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. memory. Delyn Pearson Raiford,and Mrs.Bill for them Sunday afternoon. 90th birthday party of their aunt i Austin, Mr. and Mn. Buster Bennett
Faith Baptist: Bible School 10 a.m., THE THRIFT STORE will be having Harrell, of Jacksonville! ; attended the Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp visited Mrs. Eva Harris in Enigma, Ga., on, Mrs. 1\ofunIe Barrett, Mrs. Daisy
Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer its yard sale this Saturday. Thereis Liberace Show in the Coliseum In their mother Mrs. Daisy Thompson Saturday. There were about 150 people Boch.Mr.and Mrs.Herbert Crews of
Meeting-Wednesday 7 p.m. a kitchen range in operable condition Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. They on Saturday afternoon. present. Marietta,*1a..Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 for sale. attended services at First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Mrs. Robert Whetze of Keystone Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ander-
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Still revival date whichis Mrs. Robert 1 .... and Mr. Leon Berry,of Jackson
a.m., sharing our Church there on Sunday night. daughter Chris were Sunday dinner Heights and her sister
7:30, Training Union 6 p.m., Prayer Mar. 1922. The next FELLOWSHIP Friends! of Miss Elizabeth Terry's guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. visited Mrs. Jean Peterson at the Advent ville. All the guests brought gifts
Meeting-Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. SUPPER will be March 9th. Eating sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Arlie Dobbs. Bill brought his father Christian Home at Dowling Part which were appreciated very much.
Pastor and Mrs. David Brown, promptly at 6 p.m. Special music will Gainesville regret to learn that she Is home from the hospital Sunday morn- on Sunday. Refreshments of cake and punch
Deacon and Mrs. Vernon Starling, be the Sandiford Family. This will bea patient in Alachua County Hospital Ing. Mrs. Evelyn Prescott, Mrs..ttochel were served with peanuts and mints.
praise service in with chronic bronchitis. Our
special preparation prayersare
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for the revival. with her. Miss Terry beard later SOUTIISIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS 'Ite88I!. : : : : Jl : : : : : 2 : .:. r = : : :
BRADFORD COUNTY Highland Baptist Sunday School 9:45: that she is better.
SCHOOL.VOTECII a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Friends of Paula Brown, daughter Reminder of upcoming dates: intern. Ms. Hull Is a senior at the Brown Jody Brown Ritchie Taylor
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Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: of Mrs. June Brown are happy to March 21, Teacher Planning Day University of Florida. The class Is David Williams. Robbie McRae.
SCHOOL p.m. learn that she was able to come home no school for students. currently studying maps and map Johnny Clark Donald Martin Shawn
and all EU .\I. SCHOOLSMENUKKBKIMKY Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 from Baptist Hospital Jacksonvilleafter March 26-28-Spring break, holidayfor skills and tne students are enjoying Vernimo, BryaiTDavis, Robert Pitt-
: 23-29 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., spending from Saturday until students and teachers. learning about the different continents man, James Burchick Judson
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 Thursday there. Among the safety precautions for and countries around the Jackson and Stacey Lloyd.
Then iiiriiuH were written bv the p.m. Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Blackshear children, young people, and even world.
Food mill :Nutrition; ,'!JSSIH al Ii liS. S.S. 10 a.m. Ga. to Starke with friendon suggested that The library interest centers have
Long Bridge Baptist: came a lady adults, it Is everyonebe
!Monday: Kiel & tomato gravy broccoli Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Thursday. The lady friend went on reminded of the danger of getting Southslde sent a group of boys andgirls featured some topical Items for the
hut rolls w/pt'unul butter cup, Union 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- to Ocala to a funeral. Mrs. Futch was into a car with a stranger. Do not be to Lawtey Elementary, Friday month of February: Valentine's Day
banana pudding and milk. day 7 p.m.Morgan a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. misled by the supposed sand inten- Feb. 15, to participate in a speedball Washington and Lincoln and presently
Tuesday: Chicken & noodles english Road Baptist: Sunday School Truman Norman and their mother tions of this stranger at by anything tournament. The boy's team lost to a table, in honor o1 our famous
peas, coif slaw. peanut clip cinnamon Mrs. Carl Prevatt. She/ was an overnight he or she might tell you to get you into Starke Elementary,5-4, the girls lost black Americans has a display of pictures
roll and milkWriliirsil.it hE!: ':' !. : : : : rr.Ji. guest of her sister Miss their car. to Lawtey and later defeated Starke books, articles and newspaper
: ("ormlons. baked boans Elizabeth Terry. They returned bone Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth grade Elementary. clippings. The glass showcase has
fruit salad Wwbrrry pie and milk. Brooker NewsThe Friday morning. dais made valentines to send to the been well used and currently is filled
Thursday: Har. -Cu1I chicken Friends of John Strickland, son of Starke Nursing Home. Southside students and PE Instructors with students' displays the latest be-
potato salad green beans, hoi. rolls Florida federate of Music Mrs.Bill Crouse,regret that be was In When are hearts not hearts? When Miss Gayle Lee and Jim Lewis, ing a creative and fun booklet by
brownie and milk Clubs. Suwan District Junior Baptist Hospital Jacksonville, to they're butterflies or puppy dogs or reported a good time was had by all, Robert Boone In Mrs. Iva Jean Har-
Friday : Fish portion vluvtuf grits Festival was held Fe& 18, at the U of have his tonsils out Wednesday and turtles or mice. Mrs. Verna except for Jody Brown who suffered a rell's fourth grade depicting each stub
kissed salad hush puppies ja'achcohbler F Music Building. Area students par- Thursday. He is at home now doing Schmidt's first graders creatively fractured bone of the finger. dent in the room as a robot.
in solo and their
milkHIMDFOKDIIHJII
and ticipating piano .
combined art and visual perception to tom:
rating received were: Deena Cox fine.We are happy to report that Mr. make a menagerie of animals from Players making up the teams are as :
also earned her Gold
SCHOOLI.UNCIIl Superior. Deena D.O. Brown was able to return home the familiar valentine symbol. follows:
Cup this year; Tammy Mann Ex- Saturday from St. Vincent's Hospital Several hard workers have graduatedto Girls: Jennifer Brown Victoria
MENUFKBKUAIIY252 cellent. Students of Mrs. J.C. and fine with Butler Lisa Barbara Woods I
Jacksonville getting along second grade writing paper Tierney,
; !) Randy. after surgery on Wednesday.Mr. smaller lines and spaces. They are Lori Sapp, Lucille Hollis, Jennifer
REGULAR Starling Excellent Kevin and Mrs. Franklin of Raiford Kristy Harrison, Michelle Stinnett. Wheeler Yvette Gainey Angela
Starlinb Superior, Bobby Contois of Starke attended services at Brad Williams Jackie
Road Tramell Jones, Ashley Alday Childress Angela ,
: Spaghetti w/mi'al sauce
.MiHnl.it :salad, French bread, apple Hampton Superior and Paula First Baptist Church on Sunday. Hamilton Brian Canova, Kevin Nguyen, Stephanie Cubbage Tammy i
garden Rucker of Lake Butler Superior. Brother and Mrs. David Brown are Boone. Kevin Jordan and Gerald Lynn, Jackie Davis Marilynn McGee
crunch and milk. Students of Mrs. T.J. Mann. All of The jewels in a jewel watch
building a home next door to them Brabham.Mrs. and Shilynn Chaff. Boys: Chuck
'lnesiliSau.sjfti\ *. rice & tomato these students are to be congratulatedfor are usually rubles or.spphlre.
near Starke.Mr. Janet Neighbor's class is Mullins, Bo Bishop, Todd Frazier
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beans hot .lis.
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g..nt .
a
gravy buffer cookie. applesauce and peanut milk. their fine performances. and Mrs. David Gaines of )pleased to have Ms. Nancy Hull as an Cecil Jackson Chad Mullins, Jason .

W<'fliiesd.it : Sloppy joe on bun hullereil I!':: :: : : : Starke, were Sunday dinner guests of' ,. -. .. .. .. .. '
their mother Mrs. Earl Teston and
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lima beans doughnuts Card of ThanksWith
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Ihinsil.n 1"pxMih half: and Fried milk chicken, mashed our deepest appreciation we sister Friends, Nancy.of Mrs. Sheryle Rosier, wake T elf
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I potatoes & gravy, buttered green want to express our sincere thanks to regret to learn that she is a patient in Up %p 1
Bradford Our :
pens hot rolls strawberry l shortcake .- Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of County Hospital.
and) milktiiilav. Starke for their concern and attentiveness prayers are with her. .
: PI .III-th.blank.I. baked during the loss of our loved Friends of Mr. Van Prescott of 1
beans, colt sl.iw. Inn! jello. hut- one. To our friends we thank you for Starke, regret to learn that he is a pa-
: ti-rseotih squares and! milk. flowers, cards, food and other acts of tient (heart) in Bradford County J
kindness during this Hospital. Our prayers are with him. !
ALACARTEstond.n time.The family of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Prescott :'1
Leslie Donn Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott, andfamIly.
: Hamburgers "iau. French. of Kingsley Lake, Mr. and ::1
I"/I'slInll" imlk'.h.ikr.s Mrs. Floyd Norman and family) Mr.
: 'luvsil.it : Pieta fhi't'Hi'lnirniTS. Dr. J.W. Patray and family wish to and Mrs. Carl Norman and family -
French fries milkshakes express their heartfelt appreciationto and Herbert Crews of Marietta, were ( f j .'
Ii, \\rilni-sil.it: Cuban sandwich. PI//.I their friends for their cards calls Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. if.
French fries milkshakes and especially their prayers during Leonard Norman. ?!!
llnirsil.it : Coinilogs. pi//a. French Dr Patray's illness and surgery. Mrs. Pauline DeVore. Paul Fisher :
tries milkshakeslililut Your caring and good hospitals and Mrs. Linda Atkins and. Mrs. Gabby :
: Chicken pot pn" medical treatment have him back in Pauley attended the Kenny Roberts To
clieeM'Imrners French I Ire, practice. Again thank you. Concert in Jacksonville Coliseum on ::t
milkshakes The Patray Family Friday night.
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J* 'NOTICE. or APPLICA.NAND"AMENDMENTIOF. ctoslgnatod Rural Nor hot bn filed and the City of Stork. Administration Building Florida has designated"
: Residential', the propertyof you are required to Florida. State Road 16. the City of Starke PlannIng Cspt. Daniel R. McCoy
JOE W. PENTECOST serve a copy of your That the party In. County Clerk's Office and Zoning Commission ltti Assists. XIII Winter Olympics
'THllAND USE PLAN' described OIl follows written dfnM H any trstd In sold businessenterprise. Bradford County r Cour- to conduct a public 'h
W An ORDINANCE. -... 49/IOOth of an acre to It on Petitioner's attorny Is os follows. : thou... North Tangle hearing at a regularanwHng National Guard Capt. Daniel R.McCoy
hiding the Comprehensive nine miles Southwest of whoso none and BROWN'S HEAT a AIR. Avenue Starka, Florida. to be hold at of Memphis, N.Y., took part In
fcytond UM Won Element. Stark (Sampson City) In address Is: J.I. INC. County Clerk's Office 7:30: p.m. In the. City i Task Force Placid, a contingent of
tit and Mop. by is Bradford,1County. Section: 4 Township .1 WOLBERT. JR. P.O. Box /s/Oeorge 'W. Union County Cour.thous. Commission room City more than 500 New York State Militiamen
Florida, InoccorSdance South Rang 21 tail out 1086. Stark.. rionoa32O9I Brown President 2/7 .. East N->ln Street Hall Stork, Florida on and women organized
with ,the. 1009)), of parcel) 0846 to allow a on, or before .4tpd 2/28. lake Butler Florida. Thursday. March 2O. I the XIII Winter Olympics mat Lake
,Gov.rnm.n. Com. mobile horn on 30,000 March 5, I WO. and! file Th. FSP Complex :Ml 1980 and make a recommendation Placid. N.Y. recently.
rjKohenslve: Planning Act ?,Sq. Ft.You. the original' with the. NOTICE OP Facilities Plan Is being to the City The Militia Individuals represented
'vof 1975 as provided In clerk of this court either PUBLIC HEARING funded 100% by the Commission and the CI- w all of the state's Military Forces, In-
Chapter 163 of I the. are further given before service on petltlonrs Notice Is hereby given State of Florida- for the ty Commission will consider cluding New York Army National
"/.'orlda Statutes. NOTICE that a copy of' ottomoy or Inv that a public hearing will Department of Correc on Tuesday April Guard, Air National Guard. Naval
jj, TO: All Cltlxens; :' tax. said proposed OR. mdlatly thereafter; be .held fay the State) of tions. For Informationcall 1, 1980 at the some said r Militia and New York Guard. Each
a oyers and other' Interosted I DINANCE li ovallobl*for otherwise a ktdamnntwill Florida concerning the 904/222-0334.' Itchg place at 7:00 P.M. an Or- participant is a volunteer who was
your Inspection at the of- 201 Wastewater Faclllttee 2/28. dlnonc relotlna tm
,, parsons b* entered for the selected
fic.:of the' Director of relief demanded In .the Plan. for the Florida The retuning of that from more than 4,000 ap
br 'Vau and ooch 01'you Zoning and Planning.' petition. State Prison Complex LEGAL NOTICE following described property plicants. ..
.care hereby and herewith Bradford CourthouM. Is hereby and Their mission included ground ambulance .
County WITNESS my hand and (Florida Stole Prison Notice given amending 'hoCompr.h.n.lv.
"given notice in I laccor'done Sto....... Florida. awl| of this Court on U"Correctional .Institution that the Bradford CountyHistorical land PIe:Kelly Fields service,medical clinic operations .
.' with Florida' Each and wry parson February 6. 1980. and surrounding Board of Use Plan to provide that Complete Army Basle at Olympic Village first-aid for
Statutes: that the. Board having any Interest GILBERT S. BROWN. S_owned lands) Trustees has asked the .lands currently toned A Pfc. Kelly Fields son of Mary J. athletes and spectators,target setting
,!of County Commie whatever 'In ,the onactmnt Clark .of the Court BYMorion within Bradford and Florida legislature' so Introduce and! designated by the Kuhne of Starke completed his Basic and scoring crash/fire rescue and
y.sloners ol Bradford of this proposed /./ McRa. DEPU- Union Count! !. The o bill Increasingfrom plan Agriculture, be and technical training as a Combat public safety.
kiCeunty.. Florida hove ORDINANCE should op- TY CLERK. 2/7 atchg hearing sotlsllei the 7 to II the number roioned to 11-'''' and Engineer. McCoy and his wife, Susan live on
[designated( the Bradford poor and b* hard at the' 2/28. requirements of Public of members on the Bradford designated Single-' After leaving Ft. Leonardwood. Ginger Ridge.
County Zoning and Plan- time and place proscrib Law 92-9OO. Title 40. Part County Historical' family. Very Low Density Missouri, Fields will go to Ft, BennMcCoy. who )is assigned to the 108th
mining, Board la conduct a ed.BOARD 39.917.9. The hearing Board of Trustees: Increasing : the property of S.R. in Melds. for airborne training. Infantry In Syracuse. N.Y.. is
Qjpubllc- hearing at a OF BRADFORD TRADE NAME will b* held on Monday. from 4 to 6 the Hicks Larry P. Herbert; Is a 1979 graduate of Brademployed as a command administrative -
,regular' meeting "hold at COUNTY 'COMMIS LAW April 14, I960 at 7:00: number of members required Etta F. Thornton; J.E. High School. tive assistant by the Department of
,7.3O: p.m. In the County SIONERS.By (Notice Under Fictitious p.m.. In the Bradford for a quorum. Hardy: described a* the Army N.Y. Army National
,Commission mooting /s/Gllbert S. Name Law) County Commission 2/28 3tchg 3/13. follows: Parcels being In Guard.
room Bradford County Brown Clerk. Itpd 2/28. Notice is hereby given Chambers.' County Cour the S'/i of NW 14. of NW'A
that the Eddie L. Lockhart He Is the son of Mrs. Emily McCoy,
Courthout Stark. undrslgnd thouse. North Temple Section 34. Township 6 S.
PUBLIC NOTICE Walton N.Y. and Carl R.
Florida on Tuesday IN THE CIRCUIT COURT pursuant. to the Avenue, Stark. Florida. Rang 22E. Parcels of Gets McCoy
Assignment
March 23 1980. and OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Fictitious I Nam.Statute" Th purpose of the An ORDINANCE amending 'land 'lying South of Hampton, Fla.Jehovah's. .
.rnake a rcomnnndatlofl CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Chapter No. hearing will b* to the Comprehensiveland Wilson Rood and East of FORT MYER VA.-Pvt. Eddie L.
(to the Board of County BRADFORD COUNTY. 209S3. Laws of Florida race lw __to fnomtho Use Plan Element Parker Street within the Lockhart ion 0'Mn.. H. O'Neal, Rt.
rCommlssloners and the FLORIDA. 1941. as emended by public on the and Mop Of the City of City limit of Stork.. FL. 1. Brooker, recently was assigned as Witnesses
Board: will consider anMonday. Chapter No. 2676O. Lawsof elected alternative" for Stork. Florida. 'In accordance You are further given an infantryman with the 3rd U.S.
April 7, 1980 at CASE NO. 79.546. Florida 1951. and by treatment and disposalof with the local NOTICE that a copy of fantry The Old Guard), Fort Myer InWeekend, Program Set
the torn told place at Chapter No. 47-2O9. wastewater In the FSP Government Com. aid proposed ORDINANCE Ve The Jehovah's Witnesses will be
10:00 A.M. an Ordinance IN RE: THE ADOPTIONOF laws of Florida 1967. being Complex 201 Planning prehenilv. Planning Act Is available for a this weekend.
.relating to LAURA JEANNE Section 865.09. Area,and on the environmental of 1975. as provided for your Inspection at the March presenting program
& the
1 2. at Suwannee County
PERRY BY RENE CAR- In Chapter 163 of the
: Florida Statutes, will assessment of Office of the. Planning
0Th. CIA. HER STEP FATHER. register with the Clerk o' Florida Statutes and and Offtctal. Fairgrounds. All sessions are free
this "Self-control
rezoning of the alternative ai re- Zoning City i I. at the root of
and the
*)following described property the Circuit Court In o. .. qulrod by the National Chapter 35 Cod of Or Hall Stark. Florida. e" *irtu*<." Samuel Smiles open to public. You are most
; and amending the NOTICE OF 'for Bradford County. Environmental Policy dinances. City at Stark, Each and every person welcome and it won't cost you a thing,
,Camprhnilv Land ACTIONTO Florida upon receipt of Act. Cost estimates will Florida.. having any Interest except may be a smile.
U. Plan to provide that : Mr.Chariot' Pry proof of publication of be presented for the pro- TO: All, Citizens. Taxpayers whatever In the enact
,landl currently coned OR P O. Box 337, Sandoval. this notice the fictitious ject. The public Is urged and other' Interested ment of this proposed : : : : : r : : : : : : : : :2J22;; : : : : : :: :11 : : : : : : : : : : :

"and dtlgnatd by' the Illinois 62882. name. to-wlt: BROWN'SREFRIGERATION to attend. persons. ORDINANCE: should op-
''lIon: OIl Agricultural beVoxoned YOU ARE NOTIFIED under A copy of the completed You and each of you pow and bo heard ot the COURT.IN THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH NOTICE OF (2)) any objection by on
that an action for Ado which It Is In business and herewith ADMINISTRATIONThe
to R1C, and In draft Facilities or. hereby time and place described. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Interested person to
'to Han. may be .reviewed given notice In accordance BOARD OF BRADFORD whom notice was mailed
--10 ar AND FOR
m ae 1- IIEEO - BRADFORD administration ol
after March 13. 1990. with Florida COUNTY COMMIS that challenges the
.- during normal' basins"hours Statute, and City Ordinances SIONERS. By Albert L. COUNTY.PROBATE DIVISION FLORIDA File the estate of ETHEL A. validity of the will thequalifications '
at the following City' of Stark. A THOMAS deceased File of the
Crosby. Jr.
Planning personal
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3101 tt $. (SlnucrReg. ; .x 'CO 'locations: Florida that the City Zoning I Official. City of NO.In .8O-I2-CP(1-31.: ESTATE( OF ETHELA. Number 8O-I2-CP Is representative
6.Byrd 6. Florida Slat Prison Commission of Stark, Starke, 'forlda.'lchg. 2/28. THOMAS. Deceased. pending In the Circuit venue or jurisdiction of
Real Estate Broker. Court for Bradford CounIty. the court.
D E- RED -1 .- - Florida. Probate Divi-
ISO W.Call St. - - ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS -
forte the address of NOT SO FILED
Is Bradford County WILL BE FOREVER BARRED -
fs 964-5527 FLORILMD'RWW' Courthouse, Stark..
I Florida 32091. ttie name Data of the first
I Trailer Porks. Special and address of)the Per- publication of this Nonce

'1 trailer park II trailers. Approx. 6 acres. Fenced. Phone 044.77 tonal Representativeand of Administration' :
'1 trailer park I II 1 trailers, 2 BR frame house, barn ap Station In Antarctic I J9S N.Temple Av.nu. ( REAL ESTATE ) i of the {PersonalRepresentative's attorney -' February 21, I98O

pro. 22 acres, fenced pasturelond. LARGE down pay stand on a mountain of ice Inte..ad 'In property witli ore set forth Personal/S/Kerby A.Representative. Thomas.
ment. Owner will finance balance. r almost 10.00O feet thick. Income enough to for B below. .
We Handle Rentals pay I All Interested
H BONUS good 3a. personsare PIERCE HARDY. P.A..
Room Home to live In. required to file with IY: 1./Goorgo H. Pierce.P.O. .
4 BR. 2/, Bo Homo. the court WITHIN THREE
while ell/ this Is happening. Drawer 1030.
.3 BR LAKE HOUSE Furnished Feb. I THE
: May. I 'I I MONTHS FROM Starke. Florida 32O9I.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DATE OF THE FIRST
I I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Groat 10 acres nice ere to buy PUBLICATION OF THIS Attorneys for Personal
Ralph Real Estate

.. location.I Tackle and Bolt business largo Inventory. C L REALTOR R I( and Owner subdivide.will hold' mortgage.Small 117.400.. [ Bryan 1]I against NOTICE:the((1)) estate All claims andISr 904/964-3701.Representative 2/28. 2.1 2tchg,

310 W. Call St. Starke m
One city block In downtown Stark., |just waiting for the' ,
right business., Great opportunity for downtown mall, 1 I 2 bedroom'large with existing lotSO (Cor. US 301 6 CaM Street) $64-8788 LI3 _- -
1 large warehouse opprox. 6.000 sq. ft. Needs roof o d'1'1' mortgage ,
r.pal. Hot,floor. and standing wall. 2101.Evenmgsi. VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION ACROSS nOM

-/ .INV arelf OnDItE:1'U: : 1 l I, THI-....PINT_ WWI"IEATE..3roo "am, I. Space for rent offlc..MI I WESTERN..... -AUTO.. -..... .; .............-.. O'

.1 snnaWopartmenromp 10 I rain. oIl..lne.......a.Itdt_. Aytofynits ....1_.. "'oui--In Georgetown, NEW HOMESWE

possibly S. I ...... 3 .er... IJ.OOO the capital' of Guyana ARE EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES OF SEVERAL I
.1 small frome hou. dow.., h' of 1".1410 at Please; calf GOOD BUILDERS. WE WILL ASSIST YOU WITH HOUSE 1
.1 largo from hou... Needs r.pol. Residents or 4 11%. -mIl' paymentS of Vorm P. Odom. Broken are built.on piles' since: PLANS AND FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS. Our services!
1221.64 for .IS _I. amt PIIoftoo.U.1I.76' U: the city is below the .. /7'rutilkjar
apartments ((4 BR 4 IA). y..r.' cost you nothing the bulkier poyl Complete infonna-
.1 2 III frame hou... Apartment on lld.. Zoned corn- price 122.100. This .Is Pearl Andrew ....77n high-tide mark. tion on the new COUNTY BOND PROGRAM.

m.rclal. owner fI-.I1 .L G.D.5 W4-7S9T,
NEW LISTINGS HEADQUARTERS LOTS ACREAGE j' REALTY

.a BR I 10. LII. Kit.. on each .Id. duplex. brkk. land INflATION STOPPER.coped / I FOREST HOTS. Restricted 'A acre Lots S2.SOO and up .
yard b.drooori onset.Mi O'Julp- r Terms 1'i

'3 OR. I Ba Greenhouse. Zoned Camm.rclal. peal ktedson c-.ol 11&1. PHONE 9U-77.76
'2 Apartments Downstairs. 3 III. 2 Ia. Upllal. Living The owners will /hoes.Quarters. FAULKNER 1 fJJ ROLLING HILLS (Bayless Highway) I acre a up $3,500 tl CECILIA:

Rent will help pay mortgag. this tae with 12.100 down.bet. up-10" __. TERWIUEGAR 205 N. Templer Stark !
.. $29.000 ot 12'" In- REALTY 9&4-5D&5 'fA.I':,
Please call u. to list your property. forest, monthly' payment. Rd.
20 ACRES Forsyth $33.000. WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
John I.Clover" of S305.u per month for 25Reg. t .

.Reel 1st.,Broker ,...... So" price 131.100. LAWTEV 3 acres B up. $3.000 per sere terms.
Lu Grow Sanders Associate IICIII N.Temple' Ave 7.11 acre well pole t septic Slf.300.: SPECIAL
mee'em .. SUMMER TYNEWeekendresat PHA-VA B c_. Pmenclne Available. 10 acres pines $32.000 $24.000. I
an crystal door 10 DAYS ONLY 1 I lARGE. TWO STORY HOME IN HEART OF

Opel Lek., hug. screened .'''. IB..1.... w/nka fish pond. S24.MO. US 301 N. 34.31 Acres with 1340 on 301 "'.500-terms.I I lAWTEY ON A PRETTY ACRE WITH
porch a ..... .f ......
TREES..OWNER FINANCED 21000.
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#_ 530,600.Rae. ISO Acres All Owner sell Make )
( COMMERCIAL INCOME PROPERTY or port. ready to An
r; 'Washington St. Lot with building a chela link Offertl IT PAYS TO CONSULT A REAL TOR .
Rsl_! looker I THE FIXER UPPU' Ce" fenca-l5OOO. WE NEED LARGE TRACTS OP LAND- HAVE CLIENTS
r 10.. North .. Motel.Lowtoy crao block homo In Stork. Hwy. 301 N approx. 2 acre with CB homo, owner financed. OFFERING APPROX. BOO acres In various locations. ACREAGE
.... 00 a powotI sIr u4.
:. OffIc.782.3931 Hom.712.% *2 acres+hame+lloh pand-Rd. 230A '".500.
I I. Store building. downtown. C.IlIt.Over 3000 square..... COMMERCIAL *2.6 acres Hampton SS.SM Owner financed.
EXCELLENT'OPPOR- NEW HOME IN COUNTRY LOOKING FOR 301 'FRONTAGE WE HAVE OVER I MILE| .*9.S acres near Presbyterian Church Hospital.. "..000.
W. 01 Lowtey all 3 As. I I SHADY LANI---.o..lI.. ACREAGE IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED IN TOWN B OUT! II '
TUNITY. own on extra *e.1e acres Grlffls Loop timber 10.500 Owner II n.
nice plse 01 Income 59. 2 I., Fireplace. III ... hems sparkling with pride Hwy lOOW-BeautMul ecres only$1.000. per acre.varygood 1 1*13 acres 301 Morgan Rd. S3V.OOO Owner fin.
'OIl ..... Built In V.. 'Y' 01 .-,",* I acres of HOMES
..roducl... terms.SO Ie JO acres 301 N. Railroad prime Owner fin.
propertywith .and and .lots of live asks
54000. Concrete block homo 3 ER 2 baths Family room CHBA
1800 s... H. acres, Marion County Owner financed. *II acres 117000.
: too.... h. rental. an One Acr. .11.' sop$17.000.. ..$ ....... Hwy 224. good .land. In pasture. 2.750 per acre. Inside utility separate storage closed. garage excellent ,*2 acres a Home oH rd. I2S born fenced $24.WO.
2.60'me.. I" S'.rk. tic and weI'' Very .retty. 'VA acre. Hampton.e.... 'Includes. well septic, light I location and condition nke .lot 40000. *10 acres 4 BR 2 Be brick, Rd. JU Home with e" ...
$64,100 REDUCED. 16.000. KEYSTONE HIIGHTI.too. --' ...... *12 acres Rd. 225 Nice .home 3 BR 2 So CHI A $43.500.
"'. 10 At. $10,000 loDn.. .bedroom mobile homo me. -21 acres Hwy 301 South. I 1 BRAND NEW 4 homos Low down payment I Interest| *14 acres Brawnleo Rd. 3 BR 2 Be CHBA "' .100.
10 Ae; 120.000 Nautiul. I IIN high end dry. .sot. take trams 40 pecen trees, 2Vt ...... 12 x 70' M.H. Con. H/A. 2 rota to qualified buyer. |*4 acres Neat 2 BR I Ba elf Rd. IIS S32.000.

LAWIIY I Black. from Stand 01 PI..... $11,500.school. MH hookups. 26 acres In Improved pasture. Ponced.aed 1 I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
I 08 Hems en IA 20 Ac .."c.... Ext.att. location. 30 ....... half wooded half Improved I 2 IR Block. In walking' distance to town-on 100 x 17$.lot- I '
BUILDING LOTS- also. 3O1 Large bldg. / acre SIt.: Owner financed.
Lot 12'.101I. Feature S40.000. pasture, creak frontega partially fenced. room for Urge garden '21._.
Of Greet property across from Holiday ,Inn Owner fin.
Key '
$0. erasrk I3.M acres LAKE SUTLER AREA. ".100. Owner will ,
NEED FOUR BEDROOMS Acres with small Loll.. 63. hi ..-. t Handyman Special Excellent location. 414 W. Ad*Ins, I Store a opts. 301 S17.SOO. Owner financed.
1f".OwrrMIrllll. : '.IIC.., Hurry..." .-.13.000. frame IR _-'" kitchen" w/bar 4 SR 1% Bo chain j /'7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. an M. 16 E Owner financed..
ins moving 127.000. 112.100. HOMES /f Ink fence nice tool shed. .._. I Mama (commercial) t cottage $23.SOO Owner financed.

THE lIST INVESTMENT ON EARTH IS THE EARTH LANDLAND/ lAND I 10 -3 ........... I both. ... I acre, nicere.... 17.500.T_.. '3 buildings on Call Apt. upstairs Owner financed.
mil. acres so"-a' with -. KINGSLSV LAKE '404 wN. Cherry 2 large furnished Apts. Owner fin.SSOO. .
3 I Both en city lot, fume ad. 13.NO. under raaava2 -
bring moble. hoMo. ft. .. ma Income 4 rentals Cell A Say HS.OOO.Apt. .
your ....... Brick duplex with to an water $ .500.
This I. a' sew Bating M complex 301 70.000 good cash flow. Owner 1111.I' .
% acre 2 BR I Bath "..100.I. .
i YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Keystone $16.500. $5,800Oa acres with ] BR, 3 ...... C/B '*-. CHIBA chain link CROSBY LAKE I'' LOTS FOR INVESTMENT
down. ssiv ore -for fenced yard, nieny fruit. trees several pac..., fenced a 2 B* I Be frame homo with 45 ft. en. water with.SO h.l,I| *7 TRAILER LOTS BROWNLIS RO.
: N BRADFORD COUNTY CALL dial ot 9% Interest bal.opproxl.rr.tely crass....... pasture..2 smell ....... Terms ...... $39,000.STRAWBERRY: $..000 PER LOT M" DOWN.

11.100. .'..........-2BR. 1 Beth, family room, corset. A/C _It. .I acre well tank. elec., pump bouse. "" '."d.IS.SOI.
eke comer .let, $2B.SM. Terms. ACREStountry let 4 Butler Court $ 990.
BILL POWELL ASSUME THE MORTGAGE. Hwy 22B stone exterior, eke. 2 BR. I Bath with 4 acre : Estate Large 1-story Cape. Cod on 14 .beautiful ] .Beautiful let near Country Club 200> 12e' SS.SM Rd. 130.
.. 9 ... th ...... .. fenced end! cross fenced) ecres.lAWTIVl ISffxtSa
tryry hen tuityall.w, burn mind garage comb.. hauad.Kagdoy Commercial lot nest to Terwllleger Realty .
ESTATE ....
: REAL tow .' Lake area.2 ecres.4 bsdraam. 1 bath.3-stery. .Hampton Oaks let US I7SOO pretty trees. Owner fin.
sttv.sd can 'A ova .lovely 1..lp.d yed 'C.II't. commercial' lot 23 a Be' flt.tOO Owner fin.

11.H.WdrgdS/. ......... 1'him .... ,.,.. Netter .Greet Room If a 2B with ff move.: Separate dining Grow your own strawberrlas on this .....ro.. 2 acres ..I IId. .assent Rd. trees -.Best neighborhood. $4000 Owner
bodroarw. privacy. foMo rssm. Study. 9 ...._. 2 ....... 2 acres, barn. Must 235 has 2 BR frame house a shed -$10.125. fin.
I'NportIoo Wanted...Development. .-. patio.t ... affect&. Good .3 Country Club lots 1 Acre each $4050 each Owner fin.
WI WILL guy Dtncr -. td.... 3 .It 2 Both .Breaker, Arena Three ksdrssm. I bath so" at@ black Yew 3 BR home with Greet Room A Fireplace. CM*A en 41 Cert St. commercial. lOd'n I** ".toO Owner Fin..

COMMISSION INVOLVED. home con be yews for ....... Central boat a ak, Fenced beck ,.....GootIIocoo( acres en paved reed. $..._Includes tractor a disk bar-1 PREFERRED PROPERTYt
161.100. eo.wl I I.W ...... rum
SW.tOO.
Starke MAN eystows Ns". Only *Historical SSs N. Cherry 540 .... ft. 12 reams 2Vt
YOU-WANT TO TURN YOUR baths B fireplaces t .beautiful. rets .. Owner fI... UseImeglnatkml
PROPERTY INTO CASH- ......... ........nII. THIS SPACIOUS twte.wOh .Crosby take roslrkted 1 bsmssltas.brerm.owner.. T_. xwr si SORRY YOU ototri CAUInandey TWOBEDROOM HOMES
built dw-a wide a. e ..93 sa..... to
..d Left' acres tewau
0Mr Two$1. .. .. W.-eIone! t BR I B .......IS..00. Owner UrnLeke
... ?s sc.ek .. .. lot 9.5 -
........CIty of .ke Par Sole 9 lets to city. eased street. ".808. excellent. terms.APARTMENTS .. -Friday p.m. Saturday 9. 12
tense"Ianrplafo with .... Ev.nMp esd Svwdaya.y Oppatmwf St. Ocala Black frees)- S27.SOO, Owner. flaenced..
for Too More !.
: SpacIoI" er owd ...... stneew.d .a .. MOBILE HOME Rd. IOOA SW -RtchdrshanT 13400.:
BELOW FOR RENT
$1111 perch. loft. of1aAg.. aid IVININCSl THREE BEDROOM HOMES

SIR Powell. now.note" { many ....... Keystone Penal.N.*-r-...ltor .RelpftP.Brren-. Rester lllllon C. Mr..o .1BR2B C H. new carpet I acre .... 100 $2B.'MhV: ___
AIM S.IkWs LlstIng& q.lehI SI7.8OII. S'-...M.F.ulkns -........ M4420SfwayneE. Brokertalesmen'VktUPewed *431 Center St. t BR I .. Walk' .-w....... $23.140.) .
I .. QoftoI................... J." E..sr4lngsts450t5REALTOR aI aa.n.e.r e 1320 John Dr. $anetoee IteIvIIto 4 goad _'...........
L .":J. .' .. 11'. t 1 REDUCED FOR PAST I I < \ Douglas .. 9M-5310 *Has K eMI towards Rd. 9 44 > I CHBA I Acre.lest .
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'rt.l ONlo.iirAsaiatlt.e.I .Ii< SALI--.M1h119 house ASSOCIATES r./W_, neighborhood. 1301 Soaring 1 BR 20 CHBA.......
Mary.-.....,..... hlacet.d .M o..IioM. R !boo Iraaa Faulkner--......., T4-eStt. 9 r.s. 44-a Mew Right In Comtottabla. horns- 13IK Pratt,
cwo(!lot)Dam Del.........9e4437. ever 1- .... .....t.whair 'Veda...Settles Eve.,44-544J Realtor, Associatesyi
Robert A. McIIeo..nn. HaA. 14x17 LR. 12.. FR.. l eL.Orlfns'Eva.t44-s74; ( 1 jude MoM, ''-TIH.- After ........ MMM.Dedsa
Nova S.W..7.. ... 1 acre of goad 1oooo4. ./ Ae_.... Ass.detw .hte. Herman.to47T74 FS233V7SeflyKIHIe
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I Betsy Yawn, Sara Faulk Top Bradford High Students 1980 j I I't




With a perfect ..0 honor point Miss Yawn,graduating at Ie after a and will graduate with high honor*. Terry Goodge, son of Mr. and Mrs.<
't average, Betsy Yawn has been named double promotion in the third grade, They are: Ralph A. Goodge of Starke. :'.
valedictorian of the IBS-member has made only two B's in her high Jeff Brooker. son of Mr. and Mr*. Cathy Grlder, daughter of Mr. and
1900 graduating class of Bradford school career, one as a junior In ad- Ames R. Brooker: of Brooker,' Mrs. Kenneth rider of Starke. ':.'
ri High School. vanced placement English "which Teresa Knepper. daughter of Mr. Martin Hersey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I s' was really a rough one,"and one Is 4 and Mrs.. Leland )... Knepper. cf DeWItt Hersey of Starke. ....
i i Salutatorian Is Sara Faulk who physics. Those were six-weeks Starke. Janice Jockel, daughter of Mr.'and
I', overt fair years grade point average grades; Betsy has never had a Beth Patray daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Jockel of Starke. -"
of academic work at semester average grade lower thanan w Mr.Bill Patray pf Keystone Heights. Chub Johnson, son of Mrs Anna
BUS. A. Joey Riggs,_ son of Mr. and .Mrs Ruth Johnson of Starke. .";;-
Miss Yawn was named the 1980 DA. Riggs of Starke. James Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
The two young ladles plan to attend Outstanding Student by the Starke- Pam Underhill, daughter of Mr Frank Johnson of Keystone Heights.
college. Miss Yawn, the daughter of Bradford Chamber of Commerce. and Mrs. Richard Underhill of Starke. Cindy Jordan, daughter of Mr. and
Circuit Judge Theron A. Yawn of Betsy Is also winner of the Clay Elec- i1II Joyce Wainwright, daughter of Mrs. Robert Jordan of Starke. "
Gainesville and Mrs. Lila Rae Yawnof tric Coopertive's Youth Tour to Mrs Mlnou Wainwright of Starke and Kevin Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Starke, plans to study music at Washington Contest. A senior Girl Ed Wainwright of Germany. John Miller of Starke. :
Florida State University and wants to Scout, Betsy holds a rank equal to an a l'' I I.d Lori Norman, daughter of Mr. and.
i '''play the French Horn In a major orchestra Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts. She Is a Mrs. E.D. Norman of Starke.
some day. Miss Faulk, the member of the BHS Honor Society w7 gr Deborah Ratliff, daughter of 'Mr.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Science Club, the Inter-Club Council, and Mrs.Thomas R. Ratliff of Starke.
\ Faulk of Starke, plans to attend Santa and Alachua County Youth Or Honor Graduates Lisa Reddish, daughter of Mr and.
Fe Community College and the chestra. ..at..iAF. t' Twenty-five more of the Mrs Vernon Reddish of Starke.
University of Florida and wants to bea Betsy has been a member of the all IBS-member class earned grade point Duane Searle, son of Mrs. Grace!
teacher, either of English or of state band for the past four years, has Betsy Yawn Sara FaulkValedictorian averages above 3,0 but below 3.5 and Searle of Theressa and Chet Searle. of.
special education. consistently won superior ratings in Salutatorianher will graduate with honors. They are: Orlando.

French Horn solos, and Is enrolled In Spanish 4, chemistry Ann Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Sheree Shinn, daughter of Mr. and
Top 19 Grads Offered shooting for her third win in the State sociology, advanced English 12, Mrs. David C. Brooks of Starke. Mrs. Donald Shinn of Starke. -
Federation of Music Club's Junior humanities Bill Chastain son of Mr. and Mrs.
and Is an office aide. Richard Smith, son of Mr and Mrs..
Contest. Sara's bent for a teaching career Thomas B. Chastain of Lawtey. Edwin Johns of Starke.
Miss Yawn received the DAR may stem from her older sister, Lydia Starling, daughter of Mr. and
SFCC ScholarshipsThe Award, the Leader of Tomorrow Deborah Gray, who teaches and Peggy Cooper, daughter of Rev. Mrs. Lonzo Starling of Lawtey.
Award from Century III Realtors, kindergarten at Starke Elementary. Mrs. Bob Cooper of Starke. James Tomlinson son of Mr. and
top 19 seniors'CJI the 1980 Is a positive factor since many of our and was named the Bradford High In all. 32 members of the class will Roger Mike Danhnke Danhnke of, son Starke.of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Winfred Tomlinson of Starke..
graduating class of Bradford High graduates enter the technical or ser- STAR (student-teacher recognition graduate with high honors or honors. Raymond Trainor, son of Mrs. Ed-.
School will be offered a tuition and fee vice fields as a vocation. The ex- award) by her teachers. na Martin of Starke.
waiver scholarship to Santa Fe Com- cellent incentive for all our studentswill Miss Faulk, 17, is a member of the Sandra Darley,daughter of Mr.and Renee Williams, daughter of Mr.
munity College, according to Bernie certainly encourage them to work BHS Honor Society, the Bible Club, High Honor GradsSix Mrs. Ralph Darley of Starke. and Mrs. Lysle E. Williams of Hampton. -
McFadden Starke coordinator for toward higher performance levels In and the Youth Group at Grace Baptist Christie Faulkner, daughter of Mr. .,
SFCC their high school work," Duncan Church. She thinks chemistry is the more of the 188 graduates have and Mrs. James A. Faulkner of Cherrl Wright, daughter of Rev.
states. hardest course. She Is currently honor point averages of 3.5 or higher Starke. Will Wright of Florahome.

The new policy, adopted Feb. 21 by Another Improvement for students ....... _.. m. ...... ,
the SFCC Board of Trustees, replaces would be SFCC Trustee Theresa Holi- Ett ftCVstb
the old system which offered only day's request that the work load for
three academic scholarships to Brad-- students receiving fee waivers be
ford students The revised plan gives reduced from 15 to 12 credit hours,
the upper 10 percent of the senior McFadden says. Although no final
class a scholarship: offer which may decision was made on the request y
be used for 64 credit hours of work for SFCC officials have given assurances smt 4., JJ
either a college transfer Associate of that Bradford students will be allow-
t Arts (A.A.) degree or an Associate of ed to accept the scholarships and take .,
Science (AS) degree In technical or the lesser load. This is Important to
vocational education. some local students because the col- AWEDDING 1.1' '
"There are 188 students graduating lege currently offers an evening program ::
from Bradford High in 1980, which in Starke which allows a stu- \
means that the top 19 are eligible for dent to get 12 credit hours on the BHS '
the scholarships. This should be a campus, McFadden points out. In ef- MADE IN HEAVEN. .
great opportunity for our top fect, a student on a scholarship will .
graduates I am sure a number of now be able to keep his scholarship: ,
them would not otherwise have been even if he attends class only In Starke.
able to go to college," says BHS "The main purpose of the new with little from !
( a help
Guidance Counselor Allison Aljets. policy is to attract the best possible us )
Principal Jim Duncan agreed. students to Santa Fe In the college's
"I am extremely pleased The fact continuing effort to upgrade the quality -
that the waiver is not limited to the of our education,' Dr. McFadden VPThe '' '
four year college preparation student states. Professionals ?

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repaved at a cost of $18,435, in addi- repaving is finished, but clerk Brown
tion to the repaving project.Repaving doesn't know how much.
Bessent was more expensive than To finance the repaving project the r Your Wedding
paving Flume Road because of the ex- county sold $700,000 worth of revenue 4-
tensive leveling and filling that had to certificates to William R. Hough Co. '
be done. HDW had to put down two in Tallahassee at S.146 percent in- Invitations 2' vj : .
layers of asphalt to level Bessent terest.The certificates will be retired -
Road Only the portion of Bessent over the next seven years at $100,000per '
Road already paved was repaved. year plus interest with part of the jt
Paving of Flume Road was paid for state gas tax monies to accrue to the And OtherAccessories r ') _
with a part of the state gas tax funds county in future years. t j
accruing to the county which can only $681.000 was available to use on the / _
be used for new construction. Bessent road repairs, after administrativecosts I\ ) / _
Road will be paid for with other and attorney fees, which could /
secondary road funds already ac- leave as much as$119,000 which couldbe .
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crued to the county. used for more road work. You Can Buy l .
The county asked HDW to add a
third road to the project at the same Your Invitations i st J' "
price, but HDW refused because the tum "IC !I s ,! ,,
price of asphalt has risen 20 percent ....more on Graham, In Many Different
since the contract with the county was

signed. The county commission was from P. !..... llillh1iIIll Outlets / '
thinking of repaving the New River fit _
Church Road between going south \
), change from BP (business J "'
space
from SR-100 toward Brooker IlluIrivIII Or You Can Come
professional) to R-3 (multi-family) S _
In another twist to the
repaving project

in, the cancelling county commission a $70,000 debt succeeded to the- permitting Gerald use Meyers as apartments., one-half. acre ///To/ [ Us The Professionals. (.1/ 1 % _

Department of Transportation In ex- north of Starke, east side of 301, from 7
change for DOT reclassifying two Open Rural to MS light manufacturing -
miles of SR-231 back to secondary ) for ceramics operation. "
status. A short stretch of the road W.C. Emory, .'/11 acres, 2''/. miles We Provided
from SK-100 to the Johns Farm, had southwest of Keystone Heights on
been classified primary since 1954 Highway 21, from RIA (single family Invitations
when former Gov. Charley Johns residential) to R-3 (multi-family) for 1 ,
could only get primary funds to pave construction of apartments and/or For Your ; ,,
roads. Bradford owed DOT the$70.000 condominiums.
from the final year DOT maintained Permission to advertise for public Great Grandma 1
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hearings at the March board meetingwere
secondary roads for the county.
$125,000 was budgeted for granted to four new applicants: V & .
maintenance but DOT charged with .Willie Brown, 24,000 square feet, 1 Mother // '1f .
mile south of Starke
county with $190.000 creating a one-eighth on / .
$70.000 debt on DOT books. east side of U.S. 301 (just north of ft. ,
The county had never paid the debt Dowling's horse lot) from RIC (single Why,Not You? 1 ..'.. '. /,' ,
and DOT was happy to be able to family dwellings) to BH, for construction ... '"
write it off in exchange for the and operation of conveniencestore d. ,
reclassification of the short stretch, It with gas pumps. 1 .
cost the county about $30,000 to Warren Stevenson, 40 acres, one- 101 Years
repave the short stretch of road, but quarter mile south of Road 18 on west # .
that was paid out of the bond proceeds side of Highway 100 at Theressa,from ( C .4x:f"d. : f ",,
according to clerk Cub Brown. Open Rural to RlC (single family l / .: a
The county still hopes to have some residential, permitting mobile I
money left over when the 45 miles of homes). ,'"
Experience '',.i.< -, paYou.


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Requests Donations and Information --1/ I iJ- ',

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"Doniilions are nrwk-d get this new fire department on its feel", says ?r
Terry l'rI'arlhy. It is unposHihle lclIU'II(1 everyone: in this district. Pleate
fill. mil .thus form mid tend l il with your donation' as stain as putuiihlp.
Thus is very important' Ixrausv we art going 'to xel up a filing system with fil
t'veryont's !louilion xn there should be no quest ion as In direction, in an fi\

rmergeiuy We will IK- in operation March I." says McCarthy.: \

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Gruesome, Inhumane? Cockfighting. Fans Say Definitely NotText ler.lath Ireg they


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and Photos by Ines Davis special pens and put on special diets. ready to fight." lUst the way It is,"he comments wry- Hardee feeds his birds, checks them recouperate.
The pens are walled so the roostersare Hardee said about SO to 75 stags are and moves some of them around. He Breeding Is a carefully monitored t -
BCT Staff Writer forced to fly up to a perch,getting needed each season and he 1 loses Anybody Involved In cockfightingwill said he does all his own doctoring.The process that becomes almost an art itedh.
the needed exercise. anywhere from 25 to 40 cocks a year, tell you It's a full-time birds have to be watched closelyto form over the years. Birds are mark | ...
A brief flurry of feathers and one of Watching a proud-looking bird commitment-Its not something done make sure they don't get colds or ed three days after they're born with the
the flambouyantly colored birds Is strutting on his perch,Hardee pointedout "I hate to lose a good bird but I'm a haphazardly or on a casual basis. worms. When they've fought, they get numbered wing clips. The code Indicates ice,
I victorious and the other Is dead. "These birds are lean-they have good sport about it. You know, you Rising an hour earlier than special attention for. three or four. who was the father and ilnd
Cockflghting-a sport with a history absolutely no fat by the time they're win some and you lose some-that's necessary for his fob> at Chov FIr.bIM"o1IIi1 .'err.tRat. month .}.tt( mother. The comb and waddle is clipped son
going back to antiquity-conjures up off when the birds are eight to 11 win

images of mysterious and sometimes _,. ."".,,;,"..: !": :. .,.. '. .. ... ':1. __. months old, because as Hardee explained
gruesome goings on.The legality of It "they just get In the way
has always Ibeen" tenuous, and when they're fl tlng. 'The spurs are
humanitarian aspect has always been also cut so gaffs:can fit over them.
questioned.But 1 r The stags that turn out to be run-
ners are killed and used for eating
by fighting until death, a Hardee said he gives a lot of chickens
fighting rooster has fulfilled its pur- away every};ear.And a lot of the eggs
pose. They are bred for fighting and are eaten, just: because they're bet
those Involved in cockfighting will tell ter eatin'," Hardee said.
you its inhumane to not fight them.

And some birds are just so mean,
"If don't do this birds
we these are they also have to be killed. Hardee
an extinct breed. It's not inhumane-
goes through a familiarization ritual
this Is what these birds are born and
day simply handling the
bred for every by
explained Claude Hardee,
them
birds. Some of however, never
a local resident very much into the get used to him and have to be killed
of .
sport cockfighting The stags roam freely when they'reyoung
And the only about
thing Illegal
s. and after they start training
fighting the birds in Florida Is
them. bettingon they must be penned or tied to a tree.
If not, they will go from chicken to

The origin of the sport dates back to +- YI/ '- T. A chicken, fighting until one is dead,
antiquity and is believed to have ? y
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"If I let these birds and
begun In southeast Asia, where the go came
Junglefowl ancestor of the modern back in a few hours, I wouldn't have
birds," he said
Tir' any
gamecock were bred. Cockfightingwas r
popular In Persia, Egypt, r After the birds are conditioned and )
Phoenicia and ancient Greece. The the season begins, Hardee takes five
the of them to a fight in specially-
Romans were the first to equip .
and In- designed carrying case. The case fits
birds with aritifical spurs they
two birds and has solid to
a partition
troduced the sport to western Europe.
The sport was condemned by theChurch I!> .. -lit. keep them from fighting each otheren
route.
and periodlcaly outlawed.

However, despite the sanctions sM Cockfights are popular all over the
against It, cockfighting flourished, -I southeast and parts of the north, as
especially In England! where it was well as in various parts of the world.
royal sport.The sport made its way to "Its an International sport, that's for
America via the Spaniards. The sport sure," Hardee says.
is illegal in England and the U.S.with ,
the exception of Florida, New Mexico '. ,-:r \ c, .,"-J l a b '. Fights take place in an arena about
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and Kansas. 16 feet in diameter. The fights go on
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According to Hardee, what's In- .1'0"... .' over
humane about cockfighting is not put- ..... .. 'r. ,' Florida. An entrance fee of anywherefrom
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;\. { to $50 is required. Hardee
$25
the metal "gaffs" on the birds. '. "; .. .
ting .
the bird, they .'-..- :-" .. ,I. said the entrance fee Is for all the
"If those aren't put on .
will fight for hours and die an agoniz- ,..... ,!.." N' 'f .I', ..' ... I ....'..,... birds entering the fight, not per bird.

ing death. The gaff Just speeds up the .: .. )...,,.f'1 r j .,. '.... .'.... He laughed and said in there some is states one
high
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the are so
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Inevitable and makes Its less painful ./. : '0, ",
the
." will last .. :. . I' cockfighting arena called
With the gaffs, a fight ... t '. I "
'. Dollar Arena. The winner
J' "Million
sometimes seconds. ... ; '
only minutes, .. '_ ...'
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The season runs from late "' ;tI e"t .)i." takes the booty.Gambling
.. '.of' "'f'" \ Ie' :: and drinking and strictly
November until May or June, and !. .J' '
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fights take place about every other ,. .\ ., :. : .:.::- .,,;: ... .. :. ,. :... .. :. ; taboo and Hardee said he's seen people
e'. .... : ,. ;.J.toJ thrown out of cockfights for such
week. The birds don't fight In the hot \ ': .. e. : ....
because Hardeti explained f l.I. '(. ).- .'. A,.. ; behavior..
weather, as .' ':
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; .. .-:'... A cockfight is called a derby and
"They get kind of crazy in the .. ... .
...... ... try-rU-.i'. ...:.... :.' !>" ** >* *. I- y.A'.r', '... a J JL. _*.*-,-, .... -' .., !..,.", winners receive a trophy. Those with
.. heat-r ; '- ....;?.1 r.. :. ." .. .,' .if .....:...;..;. -'...; '. .' ..- ..-"t.1 particularly good fighting birds win
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The breeding of a "dead game" ..*,. .. .. the "Cocker of the Year" award.
bird (a fighter Is a long and tedious And the sport is not for men only.
process, It can take four or more Get bird will after it with Its Women are involved also and the last
bird and the
Ready..Attack! can throw a hat Into a pen with a go
years and lots of chicken eating "Cocker of the Year" was a woman.
a good breed Hardee said. The major Hardee shows how the birds behave when they're around other birds. "They'll characteristic fury. lie keeps them penned or fled up so thf'YIIOI1't go around
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I F Tigers, Indians Collide In 6-AA' Tilt


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Not without a bit of controversy the They beat Newberry last week, top- win it," said Brummitt. Napoleon Dubois, their tallest starterat .,
first round pairings for this ped Clay High (ranked in AAA) "Interlachen's the unkown because 6-2. while seniors Alphonso Smith r'' Wr 1 )
.'weekend's District 6-AA boys basket- earlier,and played P.K.Yonge tough. nobody's played them but we all have and Vernell Thomas add scoring
: ball tournament at Keystone Heights Keystone finished 9-12, 2-2 In the seen them. I feel like the matchups punch.Jasper's. tn1, llr a r' -riIC t ef s'rl u
,High have been set. district (splitting with UCHS and are good. Hopefully the home court top scorer .Is 5-10 senior uY
Because Interlachen's Rams did Jasper), and 7-12 against AA opponents advantage will make it about even for John Lilly (13.4 ppg) while S-7 point
not play any of the other three district while the Tigers ended a 1-19 us. guard Greg Love runs the Trojan 4e-( a a s H+ 1
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teams during the regular campaign season with their win against > I think, like always it will dependon show and he can pile up points off a
they have been seeded fourth and Keystone. They're 1-3 in the district how people handle the pressures of quick moves to the bucket.No .
thrown against top-seeded Jasper- and 1-18 versus AA's. the district's. It's always a different big scorers will be showcases as
.'Hamilton County in Friday's first situation." all four teams prefer balanced at-
semifinal at 7:30 while our local Interlachen's Is led by junior"Albert" tacks.
'.teams, the host Indians, and Union "It used to be we seeded teams with Well
.County High's Tigers will meet at 9 their record against AA teams but
'p.m. Friday. Tickets for the semi's this year they're just considering I t .
BHS Takes Live OakBradford's
and for Saturday night's 8 p.m. finale records against district teams, ex- on
jire $2 for adults and $1.50 for plained host coach Ron Brummitt of

:r" students. keystone. Tornadoes, who ended 2-22, tip-off the District 6-AAA boys basket-

;! ball tournament tonight, Thursday, March 8, with a 7 p.m. game against Live
DISTRICT 6-AA PAIRINGS Oak ((15-9) at Santa Fe hr
Community College. Buchholz (7-15) and!Eastside (18-9). ) r
:' Friday, Feb. 29. semifinals: square off in the second game. "

I :i 7:30Interlachen (13-12) vs. Jasper (14-9) Santa Fe ((21-6), the top-seeded club will meet the winner of the Tornado-Live ..;.,. .. ..
:: UNION CO (1-19) vs. KEYSTONE (9-14) Oak game in a 7 p.m. semifinal Friday night, with second-seeded Gainesville .. 00.\ ..1'', \
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High (18-8) taking on the other Thursday survivor In an 8:30 semi Frida :. .' :
Saturday, !March I. finals: 8 p.m. finals are slated for Saturday at 8 p.m. with the winner moving on to the Region : ..,: _::; it" 1""

"What they've done Is put probablythe Despite the mi4! distraction of this clash Tuesday March 11, probably against defending state champ Ocala 3 ..: ;. : I.: I
Van uard.
number one and two teams seeding controversy all the coaches
together in that first round," said agree this should be a hotlycontestedtourney. "I 1 m as satisfied with that draw as anything else right now," Tornado coach He Does it All
Jasper coach John drown Monday A Mike Sexton said. "We had Live Oak beat (before falling 49-43) last time. The Three days after placing second: In the state AAA wrestling meet Tornado
look at the records bears that out, "I guess if I was picking a favoriteI'd kids feel good about it too, they feel like they're capable of playing well and Allen Scott was slinging the discus and winning) at Tuesday's track meet at
though this district looks to be such a go with Interlachen," said UCHS beating Live Oak. Tbe 're excited." BUS.

tossup that seedings might not mat coach David Ross. He saw the Rams
ter Jasper enters with a 14-9 record, last week. "It's gonna be tough
3-1 against district teams (they swept though. We're just feeling lucky: that Scott 2nd In State WrestlingTornado I
UCHS and split with Keystone), and the season record didn't end it all.
7-3 against AA clubs. Defending We've still got a chance to do

champ Interlachen too played a something." senior Allen Scott already Scott, or "Albert"as he's known at 102 falling to state runnerup Lumd- tougher time, especially against the
= schedule loaded with AAA clubs, going "I've talked to everybody and I feel named Bradford High's top football BUS,won three of four matches at the son of Pompano Ely 19-7, and being Bartow guy. I probably wrestled the
13.12. 1

veightlifting and track and field add- sion In the title match to Small of Pun- Tampa Catholic with a third period matches. I got a little more agressive,
fSSuwannee tft. ed another feather to his with I wasn't hesitating on my moves. I
had
,. cap a ta Gorda Charlotte. Small pinned
m: I .. surprise second place finish at last New Smyrna Beach giant Robbie Cor- pin.Scott had finished third at last figured It was all or nothing so I just

.: I y wf weekend's state class AAA wrestling win at 2:45 of the second period in thesemi's. week's Region meet so he wasn't gave it all I had.
i meet in Palatka. the favorites for state...that is
:: Chasing ; Allen reached the finals by among "I choked in the finals" Scott add-
'I of East In the third to outsiders. Both Allen and coach
:: A Title pinning Spann Bay ed, his smile disapearing with an ex-
:SB Ronnie Harris were asked if the Tor-
period, handling Isenhour of Fort *
presionless gaze. 'I mighta' been too
K..>stone's Eddie Dyal M* Pierce Westwood 9-1. and then topp- nadoe's showing suprised them. confident. And there was a lot of
left, and VCIIS' Rufus LatfyTornadoes ing Stephens of Bartow 6-4 In the "No I wasn't surprised at all, I ex- pressure. We didn't get to wrestle un-
George, number II, are semi's. Stephens had floored Brent pected it," Harris answered without til 11:30: (Saturday night) and the
chasing: the ball here but Hall (winner over Allen twice this flinching. "I will say I was surprised pressure kept building up.
they'll be on the track of yearof Live Oak in just 30 seconds with the ease in which he handled his
"
the District C-AA title and entered the match with a 20-0. opponents. He didn't seem to have "I just choked, plain and simple.
when their clubs collidein : !'I mark with 19 pins. any trouble getting there (to the Choke or not, he ended a 21-4 senior
Friday's semifinals at "="" ) finals)." wrestling season with a 2nd place
9 p.m. at KHHS. 01 Endll-9 The other Tornado in the field Scott hesitated for moments before state finish that few dreamed he

Grady Bostic:, In dark, sophomore Billy Green, lost twice at saying, "Well I thought I'd have a would achieve.
and Phillip Jackson: BHS' Lady Tornadoes ended their .I' I
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number 4. are the other basketball year 11-9, splitting two
chasers: pictured. games at last week's district S-AAA fabric from these, mills -'- -

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.; ,t! Oak 14-0 in the second period to pull quality and grs.Eors.tlafsctlom .' '

M' away to a 45-36 first round victory ... -
( Wednesday but were eliminated by Abbot ftbttc" *
Buchholz 63-45 Friday night. The Avondale, Mull
Lady Bobcats went on to win the title A/r-r/N-. F.bnCSelopnabp,. .
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Hope Jackson's 19 points and four BuflingtontKKtpmtnCtrfr
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steals and Mae Hollis eight markers concoe FtttncmDmn F.brn
sparked BHS against Live Oak, as a Atvcr MitltQuiifort
full court player to player press pushed Miff, '
the Lady Bulldogs Into mistakes. L MtvnncfrS M KuninAfaMMrt 1 '
01J0BU Buccholz I was just too tall Friday .Cb1-/.W lflIS ._ .( '71 ('a alit IlwlnLa. {-
night, as 6-t center Tammy Jackson "-'..".""'"'.. 111: K1 Ill
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just couldn't get our rebounds. I lmhnlhl

thought we outhustled Buchholz but 5"Shirley" ..CCrpolf0nSpp.Fab .
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Frieda Chewnmg. J P Sr v nfl
with 13 points and seniors Valery W.hill.PaChe / -
Chandler and Janette Easely closed A WimpfheimirPmiion CorpotHionStacy

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Union County's Tigers nipped again that should hold true. "Yeah, Ing said. "I know my girls never gave
Macclenny-Baker Co. and Jax. Lee Ina this ought to be pretty close to it. up."
three-way weightlifting meet at Wakulla's strong out in West Florida Five seniors, Easely Chandler, AN"%% "W r
Macclenny last week ending their but this area is the strongest in the Theresa Woody Judy Hankerson and your wardrobe FYI
regular season with six wins against a state in class AA. You'll be able to tella Janice Berry will graduate.
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1 e Indians Open. Baseball Saturday at Home !

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T 0 Last year everything came up roses Chuck Dickinson, pitcher Mike proven high school hitter. Of the rest Kenny Jennings (Jr),' who Nelson
Dean O'Slecn t ., for the baseball team at Bowers Richardson and catcher Richard of them the ones that hit the ball will says will help make this club one that
get a welcomeat Heights High School-only the McDavid. on the field." will run more, will battle for the
third .bate wilted a bit at the end of the year. They start to face that challenge The light load of returners include center field slot with Stovall. Other .,
from coach Joe' The Indians; loaded with seniors, Saturday, March l.with a 1 p.m. Joel Senior second baseman Eddie Dyal, outfield hopefuls are Juniors Greg
Register after r constructed a 23-10 mark against a Bryan Field opener against Clay junior Sam Sibley, who will take the Sapp, Dale Furlong, and Jeff Smith,
his two-run 4 4r. testing schedule and were poised for a High. shortstop post, and senior Mike Gra- and sophomore Scott Stormer.
homer again s run through the playoffs when Union "We're supposed to be rebuilding," ziano, who will share the catcher's Sophomore Kim Bostick Is working at
Lake City. t County's Tigers derailed their trip Nelson agreed but with a hint of Spring duties with new Junior Jeff Stone. catcher. <
with a 4-2 win In the district finals- optimism he added. "I'm really Scott Bannon (soph) is also back as a Asked for an assessment of the Indiana -
KHHS' home turf no leas. "We had a looking (for big things out of my pit- utility infielder. best competition Nelson pointedto
great year last year.., except we ching staff. I think they're the best Among other newcomers are Chris Newberry first."They'll be tough...
didn't win the district," Is the way around here from top to bottom. When Prichard Shawn's twin brother, who they only lost one starter." As for the
KHHS coach Rodney Nelson you've got kids who were 12-3 as will go at first base, and the third Florida Crown Conference race
remembers the season. sophomores (Clark Stovall and Grady Prichard brother,Greg a sophomore where KHHS was 7-3 and 2nd behind
Now Nelson and first year assistant Bostick are the two he's talking who will play some third base when 10-O West Nassau last year Nelson
coach Bob Smith must go at without about.. and I think they're both gon- Bostick Is pitching. Soph Scott Adams said both West Nassau and Baldwin
eight key players from the 1979 club na be a lot.better this year."Stovall will pitch and play some third.Speedy figure to be tough; again.
The losses include.333 stick man Bob smoked his fastball A past enough
Hemme who transferred to P.K. batsmen to go 7-2 with an 0.68 ERA
Yonge along with .300-hitting while Bostick was 5-1:with a 1.46 runs
graduates Mark Pridgen (now play allowed mark. Both will get late DANCEFriday
ing at Mercer), Carl Hagglund, and starts because of basketball thoughbut

Nelson says first-year juniors Night March 7 ... 8:00 PM
Scott Harvin and Jim Gruenwald are :
O'Steen Deliver HR's going to bolster the staff. ,
Hitting Is what worries Nelson Starke National Guard
most. Shawn Armory
I Pink'Ti Only outfielder-DH
Prichard (.300) among the returnershit
With Lake J
Split City the ball well last year. "I know our Featuring The Hot Rock Of Jacksonville's ;
defense is going to be tough but we'veftot
to hit the ball," Nelson contends."I'm .
Union County High's Tigers eruptedfor the biggest clout. That blast plated Ufa city MI en .. t It S one of them Missouri guys.
seven runs In the fourth Inning and Steve White, Tony Honour, and Ken- UnlwiCa. 220 710 X If I They're going to have to show me.
got six RBI's and four hits from Ron neth Clyatt who had all singled and W'Hit.HwMur UntoH((1 CsHintyi 0) PtrthstMi.d O.$/.... Shawn's the only fellow back that is a W
nie Pinkston to dump Lake City 12.9 put the Tigers in front 11-5. They had LN ) i.
for their first win last Thursday but scored two in the first when Dean
the Columbia County club turned the O'Steen lifted a homer to left field to
tables with a seventh Inning rally to score Pinkston, who had doubled and
edge UCHS 4-3 In a Tuesday game in added two more in the second when Semi-Pro Basketball at R.J.E.R.J.E.
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Lake City. Pinkston doubled in Clyatt and Carlos ., 'I
The Tigers now 1-2, host Jasper\ Johary, who had both walked. '3.00 Per Person Advance "3.50 At The Door
Thursday afternoon, before visiting The Tigers added a final tally in the gymnasium will be buzzing First round games will be played at
Macclenny Friday and Bradford fifth as Clyatt singled moved along in this weekend when local and out-of- 8:00: p.m. on Friday, and 11:45: a.m., "
Tickets Available LEE SAN RECORD
at SHOP
County Saturday and hosting Cross front of another Pinkston base hit his town semi-pro basketball teams lock 1:45 and 8:00p: .m.on Saturday.The .
City Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. fourth and scored on Dwayne horns with each other for a shot at the semi finals will be at 6:00 p.m.
The Tigers seemed headed for win Mallard's sacrifice bunt. championship title in this big tournament Sunday with the finals following at Listen To WPXE To Win Tickets
number two Tuesday, leading 3-1 Lake City pounded out 12 hits but hosted by the Hawks. 8:00: p.m.
entering the bottom of the seventh thanks to his offensive help Tommy -
but the Lake City Tigers used a Honour was able to go the distance for On sale 1
leadoff double another hit and then the pitching win. STARE STORE ONLY IEAGL may
three UCHS errors to tie the game 3-3 "The way it stands right nowour Friday & !
against loser David Barber. They defense is 0-3 and our offense shouldbe
I hen won the game with a bases loaded 2-1." Tiger coach Joe Register said Discontinued Paints -
squeeze bunt against reliever Tommy after Tuesday's loss. "We didn't hit r
Honour. against Buchholz but we have the last Tremendous Discounts
UCHS had built its advantage as two times out. But,our defense is just I I eagle's prices arei
Iwo Lake City errors coupled with a making too many mistakes. I guess Assorted Colors
single by Barber plated two runs In you've got to expect that with eight
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pulled 340 Interior & Exterior Household
the first and Len Shipley a juniors starting.
home run over the right field barrierIn H a .
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(the sixth to make It 31.Thursday's U.N.C.(1.2)l ( ) 100 001 0 i i.
lot.C',v game was a slam-bang ( ......((0.t..
affair with Pinkston's grand-slam HI- u...c....vi > "pi.,. 'III t
f homer to left field In the fourth being 1111 /



I t i Starke Rec. Dept. News Saving you up to 41 %! 'I


4 Karate Classes ball leagues have been set for: r /
i Offered in Starke Monday, Feb. 2S7 p.m. FIRST QUALITY! MEN'S DRESS

A Karate class Is to be offered Women's Church, 8pm. Men's NEW SLACKS,100% TEXTURIZED /
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ages 6-60 will be taught in 2Jjoi*--, Citysl The.meetings ague. will be held in the Old '4 VALUES TO$25.00r9SS 4 ,
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starting at either 6 or 6:30 p.m. Armory and all team managers '
black should attend or send a represen- .1..
Instructors (probably two ,
belts) from Pak's Karate of Orange tative. Also the rec.department is re- Claialo atywng with aught tlaro 1.wk popular/ wild
Park will teach the class if at least 10 questing all teams to bring in the HUDSON PAMM TOWELS C oMora. Outatandmg v -.Aaat d. attaa. I
people enroll. Charges are $15 a name of someone Interested In umpiring 114 one-ply-, 11x10", 57 III '- '
month with a uniform cost of $:0.80. who didn't umpire last year. Mortod ootara.
The type of Karate is Tang Soo Do WEAl 74e .4.

the art of hand and foot fighting), Baseball Sign-Up Set 10-PK.CAN LINERS! C
which emphasizes foot fighting. For Starke Dixie Leagues Haavy duly plaallo. 10packwtttiUaa. 97 N 1 v 'I '
Instructor Song Ki Pak will probably Registration for Starke Dixie Youth ALUMINUM SANG CHAIR
i set up a deomonstration nightin and Dixie Boys baseball will begin WIAE 1.27
Starke but interested persons Feb. 20, 1980-Iasting through March !I
should get on the class list now said 13, 1980. prices cUt.nu. W' 1
i Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin. If In- Registration will be held at the Old m i d.:9x4x4(ram*wbbUno.FoMa fee on aaay hMvy carrying duty tubular : p15 SAO /, )
terested call 964-6792 or come by the Armory from 8:30: m.-3:30: p.m.and .1 ,
Rec. Department at the.Old Armory at Pratt St. Center from 3-5 p.m. ,
to look at a brochure. Leagues are Dixie Youth Minor for 1 i
8.10 year olds, Dixie Youth Major for ) ,
S Pratt Concession's 10-12 year olds and Dixie Boys for
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Can Be Run 13-14 year olds. Age determining date ;", IJ '1

i The Rec.Dt'pl. plans to have an out- is August 1. Boys and girls can sign up OtA 1 y I MEN'S WORK CHAMBRAY SHIRT TEXTURIZED POLO SHIRTS NYLON MEN'S a BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS .j
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-i always they're in great need of FLORIDA MEN'S TENNIS HATS MEN'S POLYESTER rt "{
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Jasper Takes 6-AA Crown Saw Airli tG/i/ v Tf

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Keystone's Lady Indians managed coach said in describing XHHS' first- Jasper had little trouble with Union 1I f till t 1 el -is, '
just five field goals and five free ever loss in district play. "It's par County in the other opener,racing out low
throws in the second half as Jasper- ticularly awful for the seniors I feel to leads of 14-2 and 41-14'at the ends of ,
Hamilton County's Lady Trojans bad for them... but there's no sense periods one and two. Lady Tiger
wrestled away the District 6-AA title crying over it. I also hate it for our senior Ann Biddix closed out her high-
from the KHHS girls with a 49-41 win fans and parents, they've been fan- scoring career with a team high nine
Saturday night in Interlachen. It was tastic." pointsbelow her average while
for the first time in the tourney's five- Junior Karen Smith one of five Page McGill dropped In six points for
year existence that Keystone Heights girls who will return for KHHS last UCHS.M.y..s.
High hadn't taken all the marbles. year (without six seniors from this

The Lady Indians had squeezed squad), sparked the Lady Indians is II t e 41
past Interlachen 41-37 with a 21 point with her outside shooting in both h...' s II II H 4t ,
fourth Friday night while games. She led with 12 Saturday, with MVtTONI.n lltM. ..... rtoranWMO..
quarter ...... .. .. ,.,,, . i
had Sandra Norwood 10. w. a* WI. IMiMlai'!* SmHh 1TO' -" II.to
ended Union adding
Jasper County'sseason .
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at 1-19 with a 65-24 win in the Against Interlachen Friday night '''IP.... II. Mil', '. Owe 4, -to. II, t
other semi. Norwood KHHS' top inside threat wiul.ne 3.akCMlw-. b 1
Of the finale, which closed the bookon was held to eight points and missed -; ..1 r ell' _I. IfF (Ift!
an 164 year for Keystone, Lady Indian much of the action because of foul ..J.e.....c.. 14 I H II 14 4 a I M 14JMMII. 1980 Baseball TornadoesAre
coach Kathy Boatwright said trouble. Smith came through hitting .. NNl.. 4. Owe 3. UtrtMr 14, Ofmrn II
"We looked so great In the first half eight of her 10 points in the second WIIII_.I.MtC ...4,r>..,.. 4.hMI 4. ?.....I. : front row !left to right Richie Fender' Ricky 2nd row I. to r., Couch Mike Hartley.' Scott Allen Mike ,
(gunning out to a 15-8 first quarter half as KHHS wiped out a 19-14 In- -M>.. ,............. Sullivan, Clayton Norman. Mitch Williams. Rill Goodie. Jordan. Kenny t'lurk, Chuck Johnson, David Sarks Mark
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terlachen halftime lead.
lead and leading at Intermission eu........I.'Of"" .--M.
26-23) I thought we were really goingto "Karen got hot our press workedfor Not pit-lured. Scott Hudson and trainer Bud t'unova.
put it on'em. We just couldn t score us, and we hit the clutch free
in the second half. throws," Boatwright said of the rally. non.Opens
"ThGyr're press hadn't bothered us a Betsy Boatwright hit both ends of a BradfordThe c Baseball With 4-2 Win .
bit the first two times we played them one and one to put KHHS up by one f\
but it :sure bothered us Saturday." and Beth Walrath (6 points. 12 rebounds ...
Five ot 13 free throw shooting and just )hit three of four charity shots bats of Bill Goodge and Scott the lead as Goodge dropped a bunt batter flew out to right but BHS away) have been scratched from the f:":
as poor markmanship from the field in the closing moments for the margin Allen and a third inning defensive single down the third base line, was flychaser Mark Wiliams not hearinghis schedule. There will be no ballgameson n'
helped Jasper's defense look good."I of victory. KHHS canned 19 of 29 free play by Goodge helped junior Kenny moved to second with another bunt, teamates yell for the easy double those dates. I'
feel terrible," the Keystone throws in the game. Clark beat Macclenny 4-2 in both and came home when Allen's end-of- play at first, threw home to stop the Hartley said Monday that sales of "" \
team's baseball openers in Macclen the-bat floater found its way into tieing run. Goodge had to go up the Tornado season baseball tickets will ,.
ny Friday night. center field for a single. line for the ball but he dove back to end at Saturday's BHS home game
ltMllr.M41N Clark was ruffled for three hits and The final Tornado score came in the block the plate to nail the diving against Lake Butler-Union County."It .
two runs in the first inning by the fourth as David Sparks was hit by Wildcat runner for out number three. looks like we've raised between
Wildcats but settled .down to allow pitch, moved up to third on a couple of Mill $600 to $700 with It. I think that's a
On Allen just two more hits the rest of the way ground outs, and came home when ,..Hwdl-0). | ) Ml 1004 5 IM pretty good for the first time,"
while fanning nine. While he was Goodge delivered a single to center. ........'((5.1) ... Sue MO e I I IV Hartley said. Tickets for the 11 home
Click 1C.
((1.0)) ((8.1)aos )
BuddyAild throwing zero's at the hosts the Tornadoes Chuck Johnson punched out the only HIHm,OMdg....Ml."''r-1.1....Mlnw games left will be $15 for adults and
came back for the lead. other BHS base hit. M. $10 for students.
.Mark Williams scored on a wild Goodge had saved the lead in the ....,............................
Others ColUngs pitch after drawing a walk and Allen third with what Tornado boss Mike No Games With North Marlon
beat out an Infield single and was Hartley called "the key defensive Coach Hartley said Tuesday that due
i forced home with a walk as BHS even- play of the game." Macclenny, down to scheduling conflicts the Tornadoes HIGH SCHOOL
1 ed the ledger 2-2 In the top of the se- 3-2, had men at first and third with games with North Marion (set for
Editor cond. The Tornadoes then grabbed one out and tried to hit-and-run. The March 7 at home and March 27 SENIORSThe
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hoping Bradford High footballer-wrestler-weightlifter-track man Allen RoadrunnersRun Real Estate

Scott will get an athletic scholarship somewhere for at least one of his sport All NightSurely I Will Offer

specialties. I THE REAL ESTATE
His'stock as a wrestler went way up with his second place showing at lastweekpnd's you've stayed up all night at
AAA wrestling meet but scholarships for Florida wrestlers 'COURSE REQUIRED FOR
prep are least once... but have you ever stayedup
few arid far between. In plain terms wrestling coaches won't be hovering at the all night to RUN? FLORIDA REAL ESTATE

Scott BUS doorstep.football coach David llurse has said if Allen was three inches taller than That's what the Bradford Roadrunner THOMAS METALS 'ING.' SALESMAN'S LICENSE.
his 5-10 stature ((238 pounds) his most valuable offensive lineman would be getting Club did last Saturday night(noon .
Saturday to noon Sunday that is-) as Mon and Tun.*ta,p.m.
/ that kind of attention from college football scouts. But again, he's not.
1 like both contestants in a 24-hour relay run at Starting Mar.5, '910
wrestling and football a lot, the congenial Scott said after tossing
the -hot put and discus at a BHS track meet Tuesday. He sidestepped the qUI'S'tlon UF's Percy Beard Track. The Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage a weeks duration
of his preferrence. "I was thinking about doing both.., but now with what I marathon run, endorsed by U.S. Chamber el Commerce lldg.Slarka. .
did this weekend if I can excel on the wrestling tour this Summer I may just Olympic track coach Jimmy Carnes, Specializing In Mitered E/id Sections And Elbows .f la.ly .
stick with wrestling." The tour he talked of is the Summer Jr. A/\U wrestling benifited the U.S. Olympic program.Not .

series Until which; leads pays national championships. He hopes to participate. only did the Roadrunners Compete Bay Direct From Manufacturer And Save *licensed Marling real an estate March salesperson 1. .you can by ba the a
then Allen
a forced he does
waiting game, though have a $1,000 but their teams took first and middle al Juna.Ta .
scholarship as a Honnl.lIf'n Memorial' award winner to fall back on. third In the Club Division of the run. 'all.ta'Call Gene Reese

__ State Wrestling Tid-HU An "A" group, composed of George FREE DELIVERY 473-707 475-IMS
.tunta Ciorcla Charlotte's Small had to beat Scott In the unlimited finals, the Bowen, Buddy Paterson, Cindy Griffith Lake Butler, Fla. ,96-20,3 ""aS p.m...473-32M
lascmalch to give his team the state team title. His win provided the margin. in a Richard Warren George
76-7S! win over Sebring.' LeVasser, George Crews Kenny
.4s expected. Region 11 (central Floridadominated, with wins in eight of 12' DeWitt Timmy Tyson Brad Russell .
weifthtcteiMifsvWnly, .'ehampSFfrcimiowrReijIundi. [!!! ( ) were Palatka's Johnny Givens and Tim Gonzales totaled 217 milesto "" .r......... ..; liw..r.-: .
at I lJtfSu) J3v4Ctt:: k.<*ioiJiuii Ten w siw 4i4 a<' \Ile/HI'22-1. This region also had out-distance 22 other club teams,
twos, two :3nls and four 4th's.I and the "B" team of Larry O'Neil f(
What's Happening Allen Holtzendorf, Tiffany Griffis
h 'w Union IliKh football coach .;d Davis is on campus, coaching track and Michelle Stillwell Doug Ashley, Lin-
field! and ready to start Spring practice May 1. He reports the Tigers will pro- da DeWitt, Polly Griffis and Barry
bab y will play in fhipfl.iiufit Spring jamboree with Newberry,the host Indians, Warren took third with 187 miles logg
anda team to be named.. ed.
.{The richly successful Green' Machine softball outfit of Siarke (state open
champ last year) has fallen by the wayside, at least for this year. Sponsor-coach "It was a typical college atmosphere .
Jat'| Ha/en wanted to get out of softball for the year and without his Ilillandale with rock music all night ,
Faint sponsorship the remaining coaches, Townsend Strickland and Ronnie long, and the parents were great help:
TlioiiiaH. couldn't make* a JO of It..... ing the kids stay awake" said
..j-taike Mars ((16-18 year olds and now 13-15 year old) coach Jerry' !MHirlfl Roadrunner coach George Loper. t
pas es along these Softball dates: Both the 19BO! and 1981 16-18 year old national Parents brought everything from
tow' aments will Ill' held in Tiflon Georga with this season's tourney set for Ju. ham sandwiches to coffee and hot
ly si-August 3. The s'lte tourney's for but It the 16-18 year old's and 13-15 teams chocolate for the moonlight runners.
will-ho in Winter Haven July 1820..... "We must have consumed 60 quarts of 'SaturdayBanking

,(the regular season for Columbia County Speedway' stock car racing opens Gatorade," Loper added. ,
Sat relay, March I, with 40-50( cars expected to take the green flag the first night Loper said Bowen had the best
out Qualifying starts at 6:110: p m. with the first race at 8. The Columbia Speed- time-per mile average of the locals at
around 5:40 but said "one of the
most
wa\ is located at exit 41-441 at 175.Sulntelo .
remarkable things was George
U.S.II.tt'ke\ Team Crews, a sixth grader. He averaged
Itthe splashed on any daily paper you see but I i just have to chirp in my 2-Bils for/ 5:58 for 21 miles during the night and
S. Hockey team. Their achievement was not only next to impossible but i two of his miles were run in 5:05 and
was perfectlytimed to boost American's pride coming as it did amid thj 5:09.

U.Sussia conflict.Indians. r 1 8AMto

Close

With 61-27 WinK GOLDENOPPORTUNITYSAVlNGS

Heights High's Indians
hurried Cedar slowdown-
up Key's
minped Sharks and scored an easy ON BRAND NEW
61-21 win over the Class A school Friday /

;night at the Gulf Coast school. CASE TRACTORS b J
Thewm capped a !9-14 campaign for v

KHlJS."We-didn't let them do what theyIoalto

\ do, which was play at a Noon
: and get the ball into to Mel
I )," said Keystone coach Aa your Cot. dealer. we Kava the kind
"We rushed them a of prices you'll like_....low.low towl
IltlD bit with our defensive Were cutting' the price' ol every Case larm
preture." Brummitt,who coached at c tractor by hundreds(or thousands .maybe?) .
01 dollars How much
depends on Ihe model
Ced Key before coming to KHHS and your bargaining, skill, These are the latest
sal I'Indians first had to overcomea CaS tractors-ottered at some ot the biggest
a sl case sluggishness. ] discounts ever But you must make your pur- ANOTHER
I xplaining his club's slim 7-6 first chase during February. 1980 See us
qua 'r lead Brummitt said with a S now and get the deal ol a lifetime,
chu II,. "That first quarter, well. on a great new Case, SERVICE FOR
we d le trying to get rid of some
cho The team ate seafood at s
Sea : eeze early in the afternoon but YOU '-
Bro mitt said, "I guess they chowed
dow Tja..little more than I thought they -...-......- .

wo try Cravey hit 16 points to top all JniiUIII OUR FINE
sco [for KHHS and Eddiey Dyal
chi in 10 with Chris de Bodisco

an api grad Sam Sibley adding 7 [- =l :UL.

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Sports Calendar Baby- Tornadoes Finish 6-16 tEnding I


Thursday. Feb. the 1980 season with a 6-16 The Tornado five led Santa Fe 20-19 Santa Fe tied the score at 28-28 with
Jasper at UNION 28- record the Bradford High junior var at the half but scored only four points 1OSleft in the third period which the
BRADFORD CO. baseball (4) sity five went down twice in the final In the third period to go down 47-41 to Balder won 134.
\'II. Live Oak ((7) In District 5-AAA boy baskMfcall tourney at week of
In the
SFCC play. the Raiders last Friday night
..
we IS 4 Ii.dl
Coach Rick Stephens played BHS .
gym. _.. a1 ia I. .. :V''I
I Friday Feb. 29Suwannee everybody and seemed less Interestedin The game broke a 3-game win skein u..4 -......-...... WMklw.....;1 :.
winning the finale loss to Fernan- for the JV five. tadntf *.|.|>. _uii !..... Mrtwt ".,.. T Ml> .
'
I Conf. welKhtlining meet at UNION. High nmn) dina(6256)( ) than in providing Ben Tankard led BHS with 13 points Ifi.l. :J h77
game .
UNION CO. al Macclenny baseball ((4) .. Cii.- !.*!.. Milm !-*!. ,
nisi.| | S-AAA boys KB semifinals and experience for his younger players. and 6 rebounds. Todd Jackson added s-a-.. T.T "".'. _. 1-F.. .... -'I.a: "' ,
((7 8:30))
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The Bab/Tornadoes looked tired Friday 12 points and Chuck Williams 8. .',I..I...,... T.M.ll-s-AL :
BKADKOKD at UK track II ) ="ib:4ac
University Clly RHavs. p.m. night in letting Santa Fe out-
nisi.l B-AA boys basketball at KEYSTONE: quick them. :
Inlrrluihen. Jasper <17:3(1). UNION vs. KEYSTONE <9I.) 9,11
Emmett Watkins led BHS with 16

Saturday, March 1 I- points Fernandina.and 8 Eddie rebounds Winkler in the added loss to 10 ObituariesMrs. .:jf.; : I

n181.| H-AA boys tourney finals 8 p.m. at KEYSTONE .
points.BHS
n181.| | 5-'\,\,\ boys tourney finals (18 p.m.) : trailed all the with Coach .Montlne Sistrunk Johnston Mrs. Florence A."Plney"Brown 'r <*. ..
l'l\ IOli: ('U. al IIRu'OIU baseball" '' }Z'T way Mrs. Montine Sistrunk Johnston SI, Mrs. Florence A. "Piney" Brown M'.v .
Stephens his
flat High al KEYSTONE baseball ((1) ft. t' .. game. Gainesville and former resident of Hospital Thursday Feb. 21. A.IOCB;
Mnndaj.Marcha- '; '(*/}1: '. Each team had 22 field goals but Starke died at Lake Shore Hospital lifetime resident of Starke and ar: -I1
Inlrrluthrn" al KEYSTONE baseball <11:30) : 1 I'*, i :.. throw Fernandina line was 18-of-33 from Out free Jan 30. after a brief Illness. member of St. Marks Episcopal'': (
Clay ul KKY.STUNK: girls tennis Ht It II a fauM.w..M Suwannee County daughter of the employed by the Bradford County. no.:
to u I* II ia>U
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Tuesday, March ..rForrekt .- Going .ndk.4. ,Mlltai. C. l-..4. Dnto n-,. WitUniIt. late Hugh E. and Nita Sistrunk Hospital as a Medical Records) "
Jasper: BKADFOKD track (P Field t.dillII 0M..WthHtaiM' N. 11..T_. ..iiIa.e..w..r. .
Palalka KKADFORI tennis' (31> Emmett Watkins takes the ball to .. led...,..WlM-, SO-P.AI/d foal. attended the First Advent Christian Survived by her husband H. Clifton :J
Lake City at ONION: CO. girls Softball (4CroKs > the hole In Baby Tornado action. aa.k.se.a.la. ...... 1.14.TMd4....,..... Church of Gainesville. Brown; one daughter Marian Bi; ,"?
tin at L'MON: CO. baseball <17:34)1: ) Survivors Include one daughter Ritch of Jacksonville; one brother;! uq
Klt.\l>M>KI> al Gainesville" High baseball ((4) Mrs. Judy Forsyth of Starke; one Joseph W. Andrews of Trenton N.J.f' rt;
l.l\e Ouk ul BKADFOKIl KirlH( softball ((5)) brother H.L. Sistrunk of Gainesville; one sister Jacqueline Moorer otrif
Th. Office Shop 110 W. Cell St.,( fiam.. ...uri you of only th. step-mother, Mrs. Mildred Sistrunk of Atlanta and four grandchildren. ','d"(
Wednesday" March ,3Pieniiin effort th* lineal In ......1... card.i fln. t.When you car. Bay H with Lake City and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 3 "
Taylor l at KEYSTONE boys track and field. and flltti. Th. Hallmark ...nd I Ha111I1.r11. p.m. Friday. Feb. 22, In the St. Marks' .
K.niTUIIlrll.: : tennis al Lake City (13:10): Episcopal Church with the pastorjonp;
. _
i Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Lowery !I"
Rev. John M. Flynn. officiating. *!'
Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Lowery. age Burial was in the family plot In1! ''

SSSS CASH MONEY 5S55 ''ifWll[ Q 'ifm? DJJ(] [ 65 Alachua, died General Monday Hospital Feb. 25 following, In the Jones Crosby Funeral Lake Home Cemetery was in DeWitt charge C.of

short illness. Born In Jacksonville, the arrangements.
For All 240 138 E. Call St. Starke Fla. 9646890ALUMINUM Mrs. Lowery moved to Melrose in
CANS LB. 1970 where she lived on Lake Serena. M.C. "Seeb" Dukes .
Starke's Own Bakery She attended the Faith Presbyterian M.C. Dukes 88 of Lake Butler died i i:
Church. Tuesday morning. Feb. 26 in Ala hui --.::-
Bracken Recycling Survivors include her husband General Hospital in Gainesville afteran
BUNS David N. Lowery of Melrose; two extended illness.
HWY. 18 Brooker, Fla HOT CROSS
sons, James V. Hargraves of Born In Union County Mr. Dukes .
Each Saturday 9 HIM to S PM Charlotte N.C. and LaVon Lowery of lived there all his life. He was 4 Si
Daytona Beach; two brothers farmer and a member of the Lake
Cash In Your Hand For Aluminum Cans It's That Time Again Charles Smith of ,Jacksonville anciMarion Butler Church of Christ.
Smith of Conway S.C.; two Survivors Include: his wife. Mrs.
sisters Mrs. Virginia Poppell of Nita Glover Dukes of Lake Butler;
Jacksonville and Margaret Flatham one son, Donald Dukes of Lake
of'Pinellas Park; six grandchildrenand Butler; one sister Mrs. Rosetta
five great grandchildren. Dekle of Lake Butler; eight grandchildren -
Funeral services will be held at 11 11 great grandchildren and,Mi-)
a.m.Thursday (today),Feb. 28 In the three great great grandchildren ti
Chapel of Jones Funeral Home Funeral services will be held Thurs-i-.- .
Keystone Heights with Dr. James R. day Feb. 28 at 2:30p.m. in the Lake.!:
Neale Jr. officiating. Private burial Butler Church of Christ with Bro,.!i-'
will follow In the Eliam Cemetery at Greg Smith officiating Burial willa .
A Melrose under the direction of the follow I" Elzey Chapel CemeteryiU.T "
; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home e. uie: dire. oat of Archer Funerals) >
Keystone Heights. Home of Lake t''ull'r. ..J.1 ..

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BHS Netters



Edge, KeystoneBradford


High's Lady Tornadoes

wept the must-win doubles to squeak

.past KHHS' Lady Indians 4-3 in tennis

action at the Keystone Heights courts

Monday.

Janice Jockel and Elise Johns and

Julie Griffls and Carmen Eaves combined

for the doubles wins offsetting

a 3-2 lead the young Lady Indians

forged with singles wins by Kelley

Newsome Natalie Duguid and

Thomas Takes One of Three Wins Michelle Hanks.

"This one was close a-l-l the way to
Tornado Barry Thomas skims the hurdles ahead of teamate Danny Hildebran. right, and Martin Ueney, middle, for one of his three win* at Tuesday's trl-meet. the end" emphasized BHS coach

Jerry McCrlff after watching his girls

to 51.

Tornadoes Take 3-Way Track Opener -k go KHHS ((2-2)KHHS) split Splits two Others other matcheslast


week, falling to Crescent City 4-3

The Tornado boys won 14 of 16 once 60-26 against the Lady Rams. 4401. toh. SxriMt ((5)) 44"*. I.... (I) ..... c....,.. HlldrMh' ((5).,11. taulta (K) 7,01. I Friday but edging out P.K. Yonge 4-3

events to sweep to an easy win over Mickey Sibley scored victories for Ml, diehard Smith ((5)) >tOO '. m. Interlachen and Keystone but the KHHS in the 880 and mile. Tiffany ....... Nuamt((5)) lilt. Wart terray (K) ..... '11,30. TI.. Namiarl ((5)) ,...,. ches. They host Clay for a 3:30: p.m.
MI,., Cum Mna ((5)5.91.) Sntlth, ((1)) Si37. Martlii (Ii) 440 *.(.,, __.. .... Kayatana (llnalatary, P. match Monday. March 3 and visit
Tornadoes despite winning the Griffith and the mile and medley "I'. ,
Lady -...... S. _.... I. Parry M...
final four events, were nosed out by relay teams took the other BHS girls ....,... ...... (I) '.,'''. llca." N..art (.1) IIH4. I Mil. ....,. .......d Ii44... ........ ((01,01...., A Winning Pair Lake City Wednesday, March 5.
Interlachen 64-64 in track action at wins while Betsy Boatwright was the .....-..{I.} II.... _...(.1 IJiSI.woa.l. ......., ..".... Slblay' ) ',,,. IMO winner Richard Smith right HI IS C1l1t-\'ullo'\ )Miii-rli'ini
Indians third winner with ,, radlard (_._. Hawklna, tafry Ilia Madfayi S..df..d Si".Kawatana(Th._.Dratt. Tornadoes curded
BHS Tuesday Lady a 4-8 Tkarnaa. -1.--) 4* 1. -..... I.'...) ,.t.. congratulates Curtis Jones for hid The lately their
Bradford's boys scored 131 points to high jump. Mil. ....,. In...... ((5$.. _". JahjtMK, .... winning mile run for Bradford High. fourth straight: win wilh( n 5.2 victoryover

Interlachen's 32 and Keystone's 20. (sawn,..,... with..,..... and IH1 and ONUS platan) MM, II.......Smith. ) 4iSI.. ....- Iit4Mil. .. Mace lI'nn" last Thursday while,
.HI.... 131 ........h..S3-........nShat '. Mnllayi S. 04.rd ((11w.' .... CIIH.rd Twill ;
KHHS totaled in the
'
41 girls I Ih, Tornado went to 5"11" Hip
points Brian, ,........ .... ... boys' "
Pull ,,"/.. ".H (I.) 4I" portion. at Prill I and CI'uiM) provided the
Sapl'| | ,
M-IVt Srad Hlldratk (I.) 36.4'4. |,IH.. U.Iradrard 44.Kayirwra 41.
BHS had a string of boys winners, DlMu.1. "".. Scott (I.) 12*..IB H..... whcrttw (C.I) Hlah' '' Junwi.. Sally teatwrtaM. (K).-.. margin: of u 4-i: victory with II number
topped by Barry Thomas, who took ,101-11. snd HIM,.* |I.) 1001 0.1.. ........(K> ".... .... Jumpi. .Anhla. ((1)) IS..... Three Tornadoes placed in the 19 the boys side senior half-miler two (ionhles win.BUS' .

three events, and Allen Scott, who .... .410).IMiwllh( ) ".. SrHn Th_.. (I) Shal Putt ....... .."_. (S) 1S*%, Archla. (C'I) ..... team Saints Open Run a' Sandalwood Richard Smith was fifth in the 800 Imys, wenIn |il.iCHS;
\1744..Nlal. ) (s) ...?'*. .....,. ((1)I) IS..'". iarl Chapp ((5) ....'....
won twice. Frank Coss Herbert ...... ..... c... (c.) I... Wall ..... (C.) .... D''..... Marian_.... (S) 97... PUrl. ((5)42.24.) .... Saturday, Feb. 23. meters at 2:03.8: (winner R. Johnsonof Wednesday 111111 luilh l buys mid (nirl Is
Hawkins, Richard Smith, Jonathon terry 71w.,.. (C') S4P Ckappall (C') 44.0. Puttman fired the discus 109-1 to Raines ran 2:00.6): ) and tied for sixth nit* HI home iifjiiinst 1 Pil.ilki, 'Ilies-

Johnson, John Bennett freshman .l. v..... Mop ,....... ((5)0-6.) 1001, ......,. (CII I) II 4. take second (behind Bailey of in the the 600 meters with a 1:27.9: day March 4.
Curtis Jones and all three tOOi H_, ......'..1.1( ) ill _.... (C') 10 .. InN Ill.". IrMmw (I) !110. Wolfson 119) and put the shot 31-5 for ( Muldrow's
relay All., (I.) 10 4IM 220 ._. tmlrh, (I.) 171, T..... (I) 17..... 4)SlnolatarylHIIII. ) 1:22.5 for Raines was INI flrll, 4...."...llril, >
teams claimed victories.On HHI terry Th..... ((0) 14 S. Danny Hlld..f.. (C.) ) fourth (winner again was Bailey at best). "..'.' Jackal ((0) .... Wa..il 1.. H.... |I.HI| aaf.John. .
the girls side BHS got two wins .14 t. M.rtM ".....1.( ) 1220. IS 0. 130 LMt .....*.(I'I".t.) 39-9). Teamate Louette Smith was Palatka outdistanced Ribault 91* to .... ftewlarna [I.H') ..... OrlHIl .... Ouf old. (KM)
apiece from Marian Puttman and J.iMMint 1.0. .... (C') 14 .. H....r! rhmklm, (C.) 4Mi Uurrl.Snilril, ((5)44 0.....dl.) '"....u..C.( )41 4. third in the 400 meter girls run with a 76* for the boys title and Park .... ..... ..I ((1.2(1. ....(C.I> .... 0.... ....
94 4 00..... ((1)210 I ...... llmmttm (1'1) n *. .40, 00....7 ,.... ((5) ..... Tina Narmail (4)) llMDkhlr Orange ........ Ja.h...J.... (C.I) ..... Wa ..rto fca I.4.Orrttlt .
Louette Smith but just barely missed Ot'IMl terry. ..... ((1)413.) M.r$f>rtorMy(.1") .. ,.ar>(N)3,10. 62.9 clocking (Wilbert of Palatka the was an easy girls winner. .....(.1) .... Mawawna-Dvavla', ..*.

coming back from a deficit that was ..,.. Th.... (C') 4P .. Mllai MOo'.. .,..., ((01 .,... Tiffany OrlHIl' ((1)).,... winner at 59.2). KHMIlrh4-PK, .V.B..J

, ....'.' Mill.''' (C') .... w..,. LI.. M.II..... (I.) ....
Cheap GolfOffered H.... .... _..... (5)|m*. lanllaa ..0 0...,.. ((7)
.... Dveuld. ..*. Orlca (II) wan I.......
atKHG&CC ...".. Waaha.N.vri. ..... (.1) .... Mllt.r.t.naltan
MAY HAVE MISSED THESE t.. ('''_.k..l.) H.nlii.Ovenl.1 (C.| .... ....'.k.aitMl -
YOU .n/.p" ..t.

....t-MMtlanny. 9
llnlaai' Chub ..h....(I.)d" Bath I t. Hip ..." ((5))
The Keystone Heights Golf and /.f. "....... has. ....|(5)).... Dop.a,S-I. .....(COO)
OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S ... M Utaara "'. Paflarwr) (CM) .... 0... MctrwHjatl. ,
GREAT Country Club is now offering a dis- .

count membership for nonresidentsthat ....... IMl."... |M| daf ...". ...... Mlk.A01149. .
gives all golf club priveliges I >. ........1.( ) .... ............ I.I.
...... ,
SNI.I/' M. .I
GAINESVILLE SUN ( besides voting rights) for $15 a ........ Jackal(II, ..*.Jakfita .... Winxm ((00)) 4.Ml ./.
month. ,..'.1. .11. (c..|d"Orlrrlil' ....(Sda) <..Ifon.SS. .
The non-resident memberships are Sa.. (I) ..... Oaillta' ..a.dauklaai .
available to at least 20 Jackal.>..h.. (C.) d4 Jaknaan.Jatinaan S-..
people living
0.1NI.n.. .. (.1.) ... ."........41 (C..hlklrlani, .....
CLASSIFIED SECTION. miles away from the Keystonecourse. CMHa(c.) ... ....Or..n ,,'.) .
"We re trying to get people in
c._CMit Clff, 4.KHHtIrl.. 1
the outlying areas involved, explained ....'.' Wall (C.I) "01.) ....?, $I. Hank (e'l) wartaatawlt.
Club Pro Tom Chillemi. "I know ...._ (CC) "". No...... S 4. Nawtan (CC)
people from other areas play golf .... Ooeuld ..>. OH. (K| def IMtk'COS-l( ) .
here. But they've been coming and dou...., W..H.... (K) 444S...,..,.|...... (ICC')
The Sun's Classified section .-.. N.wt.n.tend (CC) .rl. Daguld. ....._ 0 ..
Shop paying green fee's and signing up

every time ($6 for weekend green

fees This way they can pay once,

and play all the golf they want. $15 is BHS Golfers

day for great shopping vaiues.CARKKH giving it away."

every at For 473-4540.more Information call Chillemi' Fall to LCLake


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Oooortunltvi(..cHnalnt.uranc CLCMK TYPIST full tin, .. to '''LE5.5E..VICE City burned the Starke Golf
company now Inter work 'In accounting _''c.. Must Sharp personable, for ,.,".. and Country Club for a team-total 150
vlvwlng' for debit .. .* .b lervlce tvo 45 wpm. Apolv' In _r..... oartment store. To SI0.20O BHS Lifters
agent* Hlgtt income potential, ':30 to 11.30...,., Mon. thru Call Norm. 'T.>-6711. Snelllno; to top Bradford High 150-177 in the
with ..c."_' trelnlno' roorann.. w.d. imperial, Hou* Personnel Snolllna Service' charoe ouaratv Tornadoes last
Call J7.VZ404 for apfiolntmentAUCMtTCCTUMAi. Annan, aiot' S. Main' ) at.CCRTIPtCD tee d to..... Fall to NM golf opener Friday.
\ Robert Burns carded a a 36 for
t TERMITE' A Pe t IMSURANCB SALES
loon p,.., A10B Control Operators needed at MANACfMENT NOrth ,Marior\'s: CoUs too medalist honors, one) stroke better ..
were
: 140 ,k one*. ..., ... Company ",171 benefits, t
'I.\'ti 744010 'C.
Jt'S'i's, N.A1 1P /p110 .0. 111010 Income c-oert. to 5SAL8S3 strong,/or.the; Tornado welghtliftersnnWednesday. ) than 4eamaleMiltf, McRaney and
OMAPTSPCRSON. wl..C."c..nd.'onco' GlCndo, FL a2lOJ. sales floor walkerpost'* Tornado Richard Gaines who
or.idu.iff* wltn, mmGood/ transportation' a mutt: ; Eouat Opportunity I gn! toyerOENRMAL tlorts. available for stiarp people. Feb. 20, taking a 50-21 '
mum i no, office, 5.00,1..* or Mome cere, hoipltel, fttaftino prefer 'experienced' carpet orhardware. decision at the BHS weightroom. averaged 38.8 (or nine holes last
private/ duty Equal opportunity, OPPICK part time),
non- with .
Orodu.02 minimum 3 AAA EMPLOYMENT
vr offlc* ttMi>* rl.fnc.f. Submit male and femala. Call for Inter; ewperlenced. Man. *. Prl., Low Low F... Terms.40O1 Only Allen Scott ((525 In season.
return* wltn current photoar.ipft View' 373-7539 fpm-tpm..Tuesi.. A Thur. *. N.wb'rI Rd 379-1121 or heavyweight class) and Todd Samons Joey Herres who averaged 39.6 last
nocn-Spnt
UPJOHN HEALTHCAfteSERVICES Apply S./VTtvr
to ,.
J B Chrlitoft 1J ** Your
Amtoc VS3 SK 3131-10 NW
Port King St Ocule Fl. 33670_ Rhorte Put.11.2.a. -tJO5 NW \3 St. future'IB our concarn." (305 at 114) took wins for.BHS with year, came in at 38 his first time out.

ASSISTANT CONSTRUCTION BMIOOE CAMPENTKM.Apply SALaff-S-MataM. .'_''one. with WANT. TO Brighten' your days Bobby Martin and Craig Sapp adding iakaCltIM.SHII77HI. .
-Mutt b* faimHIaH- 2 mile/' north of Cltra on3D knowledoe cameras S or fifth I no A llttlg moonlight can put a lot of 0.'...... Harm 31 H"...... 4S Imllh 14
wIh all I Sauar* O Conilructlor Co. lack.I.rv opem. AAA EMWn001M: In your Ufa, I Earn extra second places.

of and all>traoat.a-BI5airlfT/.C: carpatitart/ 200.vlsl., plumoIno. Cqua' Opportunity Employer LOVMI. 4001 NT.Newborrv Low. Low Rd Pee.Terms. 37S121 .- Income local In your Amway. soore Distributorfor time.Phone 114* ......... (c.) trO-IISOaW Saap (q) ....1".....

(ctrlclani.. rfimton*. OlalCOLLECTOR ''mmad'. 0041. or .'31.0 NW 13 St 371- "'. for Inform./loo_Call 1 37S-79 13* raraytk (CNM') Jlo Martin' (I.} ............ MuganlI
tttrvrt. ate Apply Cross CMv all ''n.'';'. fI50b1., .our. .Your.. .. future 'Is our concern" ( ) IM-I7S.140. IU.Oarnw .(MM)44S) ...1)McCraa) {.)
COr.Ct10fl.1n.tllutlon an ?:.T.o't; i7tI'f''r..W IMI4O340. .... "",. (NM) 4IS.. 3)) ...,...... {I.) Lady Tornadoes
C Opportunity/ employer. .,D."..... ,"- w_. (CNMI) SIS ...... (I)
....101 .... ISI. ..,.... |NM) ..... Hlld.a>raa {I.' Open SoftballThe
1U.IM..... IfS Matkla (e-I) 471... 3)) OrlHIl |I.|
IM Its..... rtvr-Stan (I.) US ........
'71 MA." V I**) PORD PAIRLAN8 In excellent Lady Tornadoes of BUS open
1V73 MONTEGO. A-1 condition, 4 ..lu. with blue. an cream luMurvgrouo. condition/ all original except their 1980 Softball
now tire, new exhautt .y......* AM/FM. quad tape LOW new paint very dependable I..11. new season with a home
., tnoo or best 0715,. Call MlLttAOe' All factory 0011004Ir.S.f530 373-443S Student. game against Live Oak-Suwannee at 5
._
47>7413 ONLY SEEMIKE MITCHEILSalesman : 62 Ford oalaxle. 4 door. V-S. FOR SALE p.m. Tuesday, March 4, at Weslsicle
MERCURY MONAMCH 5,0.11004 condll/on, r.W.lar. flaw Field.
4-door excellent condition., *t.el of $290 Month"VAM .u..lle tranfmis0on-brak.r 1974 Plymouth
NO DOWN PAYMENT baited radial AM/PM stereotractt 5 2201 N HE Main; Y'sI'ncoIn-:' 3y2a3l 11.5.,5 f11oo. 311-1007. .. n1un1 The BHS girls, coming off a 2-14
S23OO 37.JUOBOOt '
MUST SELL Station( Wagon. Auto. Trans A/C campaign and directed, first .
: by
If YOU hew been on your lop a MAHQUtS 4 Sacrifice' '79 Mercury MOn.r01. 'Tat Pord G.,..... new ",. ... year
MERCURY
y.., and have good .fttebirt.hedcredit. door 77 Brougham *lc tn.t* forcn Sharp two toned green moon power steer!'no. air automatic. Excellent( Shape N..". paint x600"a64.6382 coach Gayle Lee, host Buchholz their
I can put you In a new or .ale Dad's I Immaculate, 34.OOOmiles roof, styled wheel,*, .AM/PM %475 3T.H6V9BoridaUSOA second time out for 4
a
usa car truck or wan Toouailtv All cylinder automatic 17... moo 84573 p.m. game
family car. power.cruise or
Harber call Llndy.Chevrolet Monday, 31*-''Prlday'''. at 462-4253. S394O Stuoent.0y ....'. on ... Call, very clean 0101? t.adl SABOO,042 win'970 consider Federal (red! \Union Thursday. March 6.

I. accept!no bid on the following .
MUSTANGS *73 Par
"' IS V-B Coup. 16.6 cvtlndarCoufM. cars tlac :Grand 74 Pord Am Granada.May be seen at mm .1 mliim- .1
MILLER BUICKv'v'V n_ ,..../ .. 175O for 21>Ng Itt St or call 376-3.t _
1971 '... .. both Call 377-7.7i -
Automatic air .-,. "PI DODGE STATION WAGON. II
175 f-e! .M fit nsw.INfar.Imn. chain' air. UnionCountyTiimQsFOR
376-7571 P050oEppLITE unall very oood : Asking S95.a FOR SALESEWING
-- I cvllndMfiolrt: :tattfe>b.Call' after 5.30'p.m. Studenf.
17M413. Aftaf A.4992397.1f73 .
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BBAUTIFUL WOODED LOT 'In Due to MACHINE Divorce" Booutiful SALE INSURANCE

GOLP COURSE I IRONWOOD VINDALR 3 SM. 2 bath.13xJ Forest Rldoe' AtMltlon.. the location Singer Future Zlg( Zag. One
Vli.LAO.1 with axpaniievd living, room. .: 2110, NW 2Otn St I20K140.
MAINES INSURANCE AGIN-
4303 NB IVturarrac* Cant haat/alr, uooo low Ca.l.Own.fEfOCN, 37E.M10CLOSEIN of Singer' finest stretch 1977 FORD ANGERF 250.
bv naroy ragu.atlon officiant 2 4 II i ft/hoi R *horn aolf*,* oat* Park 1.77200/!. 1-42F3sA. COUNTRYII ititches, buttonholes, 4X4, 4 ip..d. pow. si..,* CYi. 16':1: S. lake Av.. Lake

Coo.. jA.M4or 37S.oy. 1IxOMOB.LB MOM I br.., Buller.( 4963978. Complete(
LOVELY :V* to*acre lot* lust IOmlnutta monograms blind hems, Ing. pow r air
Partially furnl.vnM' Sxtup. rttnlal from the University.BtJoeCllff. 'Insurance Service. TFN
NEAR MICANOPY. 00104 twttlng) cond.. AM FM radio.( Colid96.2O'I8.
prop rtv with 1.a13. u/so. Call S13.0OO-S27.SOO. etc, Still in warranty.. Sold
undarnaam.... hue oak. 13OO MI. T..r".n-.m." 3 21 I Itpd. EVERYONE IS 'INSURABLIi
ft 2 1 bath rimllv n.w S549.SO. balance duo
with, flraplac' klfchan _f-, Qu."fy R5019lrpf 0'"",.. I..... Immediale( coverage fay
1 07.
... c..,. hlaf/alr, .c..n.d ..coion.FLAMIOO13H43 C..dlt//.. ftSOO REALTORS 377441LOVELY $129.86 or SI 3 per month. HOMC IN LAKE lUTlERiTwoiMdroom phon. JOE USHERA01NCY496.2126
porch I acre, sxp.000 at3013"
town and atttwrn* paymant.1 far5vOWNR Will take older machine a.po.t .
on SR 100. Coll))
Ou.nflad04.on.I Call 373-TMd. or
...
The vailav 4 I LAKE PEONY HOME
E V OWN -Contemporary bath '/ '. Well cared tor 1975 BKCMONT I .R, 9'A bath.unfurnlh 4 ER, I Oath, fiintsone fireplacewell payment. Visa or 496-3856 after 4 p.m: 2 21 496.2903.TFNPERSONAL
aNmhom.3p55.. 2 bath, cetiar llwlna. : :=. family bre *t* *l, with, aoollancn.OCfANVFLOTS: lacuvxl bet, mercury Master Charg. accepted 2 28 2 ..pd.I .
llwS 90Ca asr" fast roomet Laundry. I car ea* LO Y. 7247!.14 90055. witches, Nutone SoUnd) system,
Ingj CII rage screened patio. privacy .r gourmet . KeystoneHeight Fr.. delivery. To see) call
Ina Iwv1.room BlecK *brick late rireplac fireplace* In llv In> fence" J9O3 NW M PI..37.-t*>ISgaoe *...trade.. or. ell ./.._. credit( managor collect : lfDIIOOMi2: bath ham.

family room Plush carpeting, .V ..-....... G00b ( QuuMrB.r 17Y'tl93. 9O4.376-4467. Tfnchg 2/14. 2.600 plus) sq. !f..! on I II '3
cttolc landscaped lot. In pretl No o.a11fyln.' 1979 3 ER, 2 Amltlme Estates, tots lOOnlT**. ASSUMAMLK Mortgage
01090 NW loca0.r Run bath:double car .. 7410/100 Vm miles South of Marlnalan-d onATA Even better thl* 3 BR. a bath. JS" COLOR acres. S3 4 percentaisumable SERVICESCUSTOM
near tennis club Pool Style 1. 1 ml.. from Oaks Mall zr++*4Av Call 471.1470 fully, landscaped IIoIl.i Console) TV und.r mortgage. 4
comfort NO realtors. 377-4OM ha* a golf course view. $40...... warranty.Pay
S-iOi MW CTnd Terrv 171,3OOy Owner: rick/ hews em l_.KtGeneva Kevatona Helohtt. Ownersalesman.4ir37O.ao balance( due $184.10 years old. On SR 231 Call))
,
Owner: Saw 5'0.NOM r.hroom, great Large room.kitchen Mreolace dining, 2M. cash or assume payments of 496-OT68 alter 6 p.m. 2'14
In to m/Ilm.naCUIa/O4./ ?, 3 bath 3V*bath '7'',SCIO.47>4O45. $19,10 'S. chg TFN.HQMt MAOIDIAfimiSiFree
1Wm I/h fIr.. p.r month. at
pI.C.. 9930 SOSr 11, c.ral .
.. and
11 ., S alp. f nc.d backyard Sewing Appliance ..ti male,. Local
027,000, 915.101. financing. 303 ) Center. 3527 S.W. FOR SAll:3 bedroom
P 4W 34 TNr. 3713300 distributors for completely)
Archer Rd.. Archer Square 2 baih. family room with washable
stone fireplace. 2 acres, nationally
Plata Gainesville
,
advertised ODd..".
.
corripleielf' ) fenced completely
376.4466. 2'chg 2 21.28
__. >ehelr* small Droperl.s. SW Enter
A US Space Heater drum and WICRE carpeted
ffOHMAl. wading vown 161.0. Btand. a .year old' S1S5. Over- oval errd table I new cushion*) ASSUME PAYMENTS prises.( Ed or lama
lant condition, tn* .-10 **otf > stuns sofa and love: seat withcusnions 37S or 511 Offer. Can be seen af.tCMNWatg Amono microwave( dishwaihtr. Call 4963440.
>BOtlabl, 370-1442 N J73-'.ttlWCOOINO 'In new condf...... 30O PL. after 3 PM oven $53.000 2 28 TFN. St.phvns. 4962219.
Call before ... or after 7.Mpm Only 7 months old. under 3/1/79TFN.
DRCSS A veil/ lDO.
nvv-K 05190: 4500
worn alia 10. wht, nylon j 377OTiABY and ChaIf, LSO Lt--: warranty. Pay ell balance of IIICTIIIC PODTAItlTYMWRITIRiwIth MASONASlEt Smoll trees
........ .. .
train l"c 1OO. I729* .
OINMTTB m Tj' u d 4 '., CRIB W12.NSf 0019.dray' CHINA ''SSfNIT' ,$29; aWalnut:: $186.10 cash or aitume :( manual, and limbs cut or trimmed.
; tvpawrltar, manual, .JO, I ;7n,Ing 0OflY I lblI.', 040055. anon watching/ ; payment of $1873 per ,.'..,n. Elite typ. Includes Reasonable rots, Call
"..... o.pr..ilon' olaas lon.- wheels fasBOOKCASES. C.11 371-"'.. :t>..t of Or...... S5O Cedar
) after
at*>.... ..M NtIl. a7.t.tt03tactrlc .f et, t'5. Dressing: table. sss. month. See at Whites Sewing ca... Eiccellent)) condition Tony 43LIIU 6 p.m.
1IISO..w.$0.. fentlouod _alf2S461O. 1/3 TFN.
typ wrlt..r. vary 0000. ",.... S3O Matching 10 and Appliance Center, S129 431.1114011..5 p.m.
043. Flnaat nnanual drawer cttevt S40. fcneehole 4000. SOT.eo HOUSEHOLD 3527 S.W. Arch. Rd.. Archer 2 28 TFN.Hi..DWICII. NUB TO IUVI If you need to
I /vo.wri"IN. aMcallant. UO, TVRotor. 510. crSd/naa : UNNI&HIMOS
0 O. mine. 99,1 0. buy a used truck
'.. MOBILE HOME tie. .cown anchors ..c.,,_.. 111> )73-63.13 53. flr.p/ac. ocrIf_.. 114. Llvlnoroom bedroom etc. Squor. Plata or any
l circular saw saoj bowling, M1.FLOURfC1 NT llotft 11x.041. Mo..wlng..1. 510 372.4.33. Faulkner( L..
ROOM 4ctiolrt. Chevrolet
.. OIMINO' '
to hold
buiba$ 10. 7-21-28
3700 .1'h STOVEiOven
SIO. heavy duty bathtub handrail : not working
= .. ,
lAWS VINTAGE VANITY.4045 04.101won v or
i ra-fUMfra 37" won hart Co.
1231 .. tvS toaster.S Jacrtianvllle.
.. .. Co11373.4699.mrfN with matching chSS5173 contemporary .fy'". tlU. JSif.il. needs n.w contrail. S30.
at
>0j Mr. S12 CE Mghtedmakeuo war aUOO
.:;::::: : for 0044 O4aC374004 i Call) 431-1279 after 6 721.1880.' 2/7 TFN.
.1131n0.40r OLASSWARC from t.. Old p.m. FIVE
FAMILY YARD
fishing fibie, rod**ij;reel, SIO n.oderntubular Southj dpr.*.,Ion 'ai.... all CI.A M101CAL T..T. .:273., on Tu..., W.d.. or FrUllchg SAlli
March I I.
C.- Saturday
*
steel end-table' sis TVam. furnltura. lOOO't f HOPP TOPP 2 28MOBILE starting
labl. $30..lnding aihtrav, S4 placM .Mtty't V.rl.tv. Ins 041 9 a.m. Variety of Items.
"{! video 0...... M. trash toter, 12.It.. HdJ. Oc" .. na.3144 anytime, .
One ntile.W of
Can an_ HOMISCRVICI Providence
I TRUCK on right llchg 2/28

POLES Will *UIIOFIRiriACISiReasonable.


TOPSExtra .Call( for estimates. 25 years.

Need iiiformation? of experience. Call Bob
more
Low Prices Bryant 49e-21S2 after 5:30.:
200' AMP TFN 2/26

Interested in placing a classified? ttlzTpUT lilt Cary. McCollum I LAKE IUTIIR CHILD

CARIilunch. snacks and

Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-8170 1-691 -2814Mclntocti. fenced yard. Bring your

child by 521 SW 13thStreet.

Fla. (Show Sub Dlv).

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LFIKE REGION MONITOR

FOR RENT Trencher. compactor IS* COLOR OPPORTUNITIES HOMES FOR RENT HELP WANTED FOR SALE PERSONAL n

cement mixer Console TV under warranty
FURNISHED EFFICIENCYAPABTMINTi
pressure washer, lawnmowers fay balance due 8184.10 GO WESTERNI Move FOR SALE exceptionally WANTED OOOO PRICES PAID for used FENCING All kind., hog SERVICES \
tillers. othergarden "you mobil. .home II barb
cash mortgage wire, voided wire
or assum payment well maintained.
auto and ever dreamed of owning MOMLf HOMES Why pay clean, S20S.M POSSIBLE In only S BILL'S SAW SHOP
construc.lion of Is 3/4 paid or more OLINSMOBILE wi... wood chain link: Completehorpening
(19.10 month. See atWhite's I4O
refurbished. $
per a Western Wear a'1 *? Buy direct from fac.tory.Large newly hour .
tool. KEYSTONE REN mar work per week othom. HOME SALES. free estimate.. MANNING service. circular
TALS. Hwy 21 North. Sewing and Appliance Now yoti can have your )ftelectlon 24. p.r month. fhone964BISI. .. Your answer to 964-S606. Open 7 day FENCE CO. 473-4822 hand carbide,
) Center. 3527 S.W. own highly prolltoble .. 12 wide COMMUNITY Call collect. financial
473-299S. TFchg ecurlty. Free weekly TFchg chain mower blade hollow
Archer Rd. Archer Square bu.In.** featuring 379.9637. 1/31 Hn. Keystone" TFchg
detail
US S.L.G.A. and balanced.
MOBILE HOMES SAIES. Writ. WANTED Mobil homo axles ground
RETIREES SPECIAL 2 2
BR. TWO AND THREE BEDROOM hAY Bahia or-Allila Larry
bath, fantastic kitch.,. Plata Gainesville. western shirts. hat*. 301 North. Open 9 to dusk. P.O. Bon 463 Stark. Flo. and tire*. Will pick up. Leav at Jack_ Building
Starke.
belt and buckle. loans.boots. mobile ham. Inquire Ofafflc. LaFollette.
1500 ft. In enclosed 3762tchg211.28 1 to 6 Sunday. PHono 32091. Itpd 2/8. OLiN'S MOBILE HOME Supply Stork or Keystone
sq famous'tarsus .. White's Mobil. 964 6273.
FOR SALE African oak dinIng etc. by 964-87.11. LOCAL AMWAY SALES. 964-560a Open 7 TFchg. HI*. TFchgALCOHOLICS
area with garage. Cor. room table. 6 chair such _...LI'*. TFchg1AKI Home Parh. SR Ifr and 225. DISTRIBUTOR I I. helping "" SKI BOAT 16 ft. flberglas ANONYMOUS .
n.r lot. low S40.. Call Bob GENEVA 100 fl.lakefront day a week. TFchg
2/7 278.UNFURN. '
Wrangler Lan Acme. 4tchg 73 boat. 74 65 HP
and buffet. S3OO f'hone.73a417 earn CASH FOR COINS. Gold. Mercury *
many peimon money
Harris 964 SSI 1 or lot In Bradford
Dingo H-Bar-C and APARTMENT. 2- four hours engine, gator.tilt. trailer, Phone 964-5148 9646S8'l.TFchg .
otter
2/21 5p.m. Itchg working two to liver, sterling dental or
473-3133 3tchg 3/7. County. Restricted for leo
Rockmount Ranchwear.Inventory. IBr. "13O mo.. One eftlclency. -
1500. Call 964.5764 daysor
DEER SPRINGS 4 BR 2 bath 128FOR It homes a day. We can help you. gold GF crop |v/alry optical
...tu.. aq. one tory $85 mo. Need
*upplle For 431-1640 after 8 00
REMODELING. BUILDING.
SALE Quality Starcraft interview phone frame etc.: J.R. Bull- : p.m.
full .
fireplace on. acreOver Sail for .last
*. training. plus an or exchange com- painting Firs and
964.B6'l9 Itpd 2/28 TFpd REPAIRS! New kitchens,
6250
Sleeps 8. 2 Ington 964 TFchg.
1500 sq ft. SI5OO pop-up camper oiccltincj Grand Opening marcia property In Stork. month In advance. No
down for qualified buyer.Payment table*. tovs. (Ink. RAWLIICH DISTRIBUTORS MOII1E HOME AXLES and CHAIN LINK FENCE botht. family room Brick
can be for only Will Mil or trodo for comriMrcial children No pets.
your .
wheels. paid for material. Do It yourself block cone.... Fireplace
Top prlc.
under $300 refrigerator heater, wonted In Starke. Kingsley
SI .'100 complete, For property. Phono. 9647521. 2/14 3tchg 2/2B.
month. Available 9O day.. carpeted S3.400. Keystone Lak.. other local area "Ilk new' condition. and soy. Installation specialists. Grlffi Construction -
.
full detail call Mr.Courtney. 330-6849. 24 hr..
Phon.Bob Harris, 964-5511 Height 473-2910. tfnchg 904.733-6959 LAKE GENEVA 200 fl.fefcefrant THREE ROOM FURNISHED Write P O. Box 845. Davenport Phone 964-8331. 1/24 .....lIabl.. Free estimates Phone 473-2108
or 473-3133 2/21 3tchg 10/18 oportment.: newly Flo. 33837. 2/21 2tpd TFcho HandyMan Fence Co or 473-2578 TFchg
I93.
I D.
COlLECT.
Itpd
lot In Bradford
decorated wall to wall 2/28 WANTED Rider to Jacksonville 9648559. SEWING MACHINES
37. 1FchgWATSON'S
MASONRY WORK Block 228.LOSTFOUND. County with ranch stylobrfcluSom. Carpet large screened. In AdsBring Arlington area from MOUSE OF REPAIRED All make

FOR SALE Honda 5004engine brick tone.. Speclaliilng .. 2 ID. 2 bath. porch. OH"street parking: 9am. to 2 pm. or carpool VACUUMS brand. cleaned oiled and ad-

excellent condition In fireplace, new or 2.166 to,. ft. _with open no children no pets Results Raiford. 4311188. of Many Ud. (usttd. SIO. Work
.extras '210. rebuilt. No lob too large or deck porch and dock WIllcoIl Phone 964.8498. TFchg, Itpd 2/21. new vacuum guaranteed. Jam**
machine available Ports
475-1397. Itpd 2/28. too Ifnchg small 1015C""INUII Call 473-2841. LOST KEY ON A SHYER or trade for comrner ...........1.........1..1..1.........1.........IJ: and accessories for oil Strickland corner Morgan
Rd and 16.
LAKE LOTS FOR SALE.Keystone ctal properly. Clydo W.Sinipsan Hwy TFchg
LOCKET ot Community vacuum systems. 404 NW
WORK BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK
1119
HeightsBeautifully S Co.. I
lank. Finder plea**phone 10th Ave. Gainesville, .
ftemodellng work kitchen SERVICE Bradford residential
wooded lots on Barnelt Bank Bldg.
9647338. Sentimental
cabinet and trim gift CASH TALKS phone 376-7110. TFchg pump-out S45 Commercial
clear sand bottom lake. from friend. 2/28. Jodwonvill. Flo. 322OI.
Itchg BRIC-A-BRAC SHOP Just ond Industrial Fully .
Good terms or discount 'for carpenter. Reasonable Phone :3S6-6B49. 24 hrs.TFchcf .
opening Hwy 21 North of licensed. Phone
prices. Call Ed Dempsey at
with .
I loS nice
cash ocr.
K. .,_ Hi.*. Ceramics.ploquss 964.8121. TFcISgHOISESNOIINOs
4732477 11/1 "
tfnchg
trees overlooking lake HOMESFOR NIW HOMI AVAILABLE Save 10% by arranging your own financing.NET dolls. IndianJwelry Trimmingor
HELP WANTED S370 Thousand -
from S3.500. $500 NOW Forest Heights. 16
corrective work. 12
other Items
down.S5O month Commercial envelope you mail. SALE West toward prison. 4 BR.
lots on SR-21 North Postage Paid Free. Send 2 both planty of room TO BUILDER: Another first by Bob Harris Phon. 413.704'1. 7/26 years loFollette.experience Stark lorry.

available Own.r. la PAD-B. Rt. 2 Box 20O. lOG WilTs near upm Inieiilcomplox. tucco. Call Bob Horrlt. TFchg 9644273 12/13 TFchg

Salesman 473.4375. 2/22 Keystone Heights Fl. One full ocr. 3 64-Mil or 473-3133. 2/21 Phone 964-5533 TOPPER for longwheel base CASH PAID far 1964 or
Ifnchg 32656 1/3 tfn chg BR. 2 both. great room Stchgj 3/7. I pickup. Aluminum" paneled earlier silver coin ond

FOR SALE Two acres near CASH FOR SILVER-highest fireplace. two car gar_. 130 ACROSS PROM Dome light SI 50 silver dollar.. Phone

SR-100 near Keystone prices paid for odd pieces High S40's. Available 90 HOSPITAL. 3 8,, 2 bath or come to 327 W. Call, Starke. Phone 964.5663. Itchg 904/354-3077. 1/17

Heights S300 down. S6I.88 and set* of sterling silverware days. Phone Bob Horri. family room. flr.plac.. 2/28 TFchg.AHMEROCKl

p.r month Phon.473.4058 T.a set*. trays, plot. 964-5511 473-3133.. 1/31 separate dining room. SUSS USSUUSUS S S SUUU U UUSU pS SSIUlUUUUUUUf LIMEROCKl 20 yd semi 20 yd. semi
or 473-4367 oiler 6 p.m. tars. etc SI 25 per pound 3tchg: 37.SARATOGA. available 90 day. low loads only" ALLEN I. loads only ALLEN I.

1/3 tfnchg.AMERICAN "minimum. Second Wind, 15 HEIGHTS 3 BR. $50.. Call Bob Harris. HOUSES FOR RENT. 4 BR. 4 TAYLOR Lawl.". Phone TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone

LEGION IIN<;O. t N. Main St. Gainesville. 2 bath home fireplace. 964-5511 or 4733133. 2/21 both. $300 mo. 3 BR lake CARS FOR SALESEWING 782-3172. TFchg 7823172. TFchg

Highway 21 north Saturday 3758733 and 3737423.Will .SCO down available in 6 I 3tchg 3/7. house furn.. Feb.-May., ROUND BALES OF HAY. SIS HOMES BUUT. remodeled or

.7 p.m and Sunday visit your home We waak. 9'har plans. ather U M 40MOBUE HOMEs 1972. S25O mo. Phone 9647S2I.. TRUCKS MACHINE. Phone Arthur repaired fireplaces kltcheni. .-
also buy antiques and furniture lot Phone Bob 2/lI3tchg2/28 Goskln 782-3140 or plumbing and electrical
p.m. Public Invited tfnchg HarrIs 2 Id. 2 bath love. "Du. to Divorce Beautiful
I9W HONDA IX ACCOBDl work. Phone Wade
tfnchg 1/10 964-SIII or 473-3133. 2/21 refrigerator AC. completely MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE On. 782-3497. TFchg
10/18 Singer Future Zig Zag.
AC. PS. ... AM/FM B Behr, Building Contractor
WANTED and HOME PARK mobile ham..
2400 SQ. FT. RETAIL or off ice Carpentry Stchg: 3/7. umlihed. Include* of Singer finest stretch CONSOLE STEREO AM/FM lawl. 782-3973.
4 alamo
track. speaker TFchg.
masonry work bricklaying TWO BEDROOMs I bathhouse and spaces for rent. Phone radio turntable; solid "
.pac.. Excellent 'location microwave. beer tapper systor 5 apeed trausemi stitches. buttonholes ROOF COATING and
High traffic area Will fireplaces. Small 3 ocr.*. Carpet color TV. Ready for living. 468-291. TFchg Ion. Michelin teal monogram blind hems wood Mediterranean con- washing mobil. home

divide. Midway, Shopping |obs. large jobs. Free CH/A. Near Hampton. Phone 964-6153. Behind radial.. car 1 mo. old. .,C. Still In warranty. Sold cole cabinet small record and trailer Also carpentry I

C.nt.r. For info call Weeks estimate Daytime phone 375.04B9 or 392.4520, Bradford //Motel. 2/28 2rpd HELPWANTED perfect shape. 2.500 miles" : new SS49.SO. balance due toroge Mognovox Needs. work ond house painting ,

Bait and Tackle or.75.1953 4734473 nights after 5 534.000. 2/31 3tpd 2/28. 3/7 GMAC. 1.550 In car now 129.86 or SI3 par month. am.work perfect for dolt Phone 964-7965. 2/7 4

after 7 p.m. 12/28 tfn chg. p.m.. -372.3906. 4lpd BESSENT ROAD Near 230. BV OWNER newly remodeled 1st pmt. duo March I. Will lake old.r machine a* '_... .... '15. or .best 4tpd 2/28. ;

SEWING MACHINE 27228. Fantastic 3 BR. 2 both sundeck 2 bedroom hou_. Central $300 and toko over pn*. part payment Visa or oiler Phone 782-3330. EXPERIENCEDCARPENTER

Due to Divorce' Beautiful FOR SAlt 1976 Datsun fireplace. two bay gas heat carpet and INVITATION TO BID Competitive on ".97. pay- off. Matter Charge accepted TFpd. / iwontt '
Sing.r Futura Zig Zag. On. 1-210. excellent condition- garage. Middle '50'.. laundry roam Price Sealed Bid will .be Financial tr-'>lao. call Free delivery. To see call BASS BOAT IS'6" Collins small construction .

of Singer finest stretch low mil... S3.700. Call Available 90 day.Call Bob SIT..500. Phon.264.7441 or received in the Department Glass \Prevatt. Homo_. credit manager coll.ct. Croft. 2 pedestal seats jobs Fireplaces remodel

stitches, buttonholes '-591.2041. Orange Lake. HarrIs. 964-5511 or 964.5944. 2/28 Itpd. of Health and 468.1603.coIlact. Itpd 2/21. 904376-4467 Tlnchg214COMMERCIAL teering console. live well Ing. addition. Phone
monogro$ tlnd hems 2/21 2/28 2tchg 473.3133. 2/21 3tchg 3/7 Rehabilitative Services 1977 .-ISO TRAILER SPECIALS rod locker. 2 yr*. old 782.3906 after 6 p_.... 2/7

etc Stills ranty. Sold KIYSTONI ClUI ESTATES RENT"THKI District III Office' 2002 400 V-8. AT. AC' excellent PROPERTY toroge. 'fully carpeted. 35 4tpd 1I2B.CA."INTIR..

n.w $5491 ilonce due 4BR, 2 bath. 1354 sq ft. HELP WANTED FOR N.W. 13th Street 4th condition AM/FM radio: 2.47 ocr.. approx. 2.400 HP Evinrud electric start. peclallllng In
SI29.86 oil er month larg. lot Ready to mova Op.rotlonsManag.rSach.las Floor. Gainesville. Florida locking axIs PS. PS.. sq ft block bldg. 510 fl.Jran''rL30L Mlnn-Kote trolling motor remodeling screen rooms. .
32601 until[ ? !POPM/ .April: chrome cecreation mirror: of tun-decks concrele'and :.
Will, take 4 ?nachine W: 'in' ; Phone ''Bob Ho.rie.iii'"' ."'M"ournes"odministration BEMOOM furnished ; ,-"couth w/foot control. depth"-.bI'ksswark.
Visa '964.5533 or 473.3133. 3/28 .gr. homo on Crystal Lake, 2. 1980 for approximatelyS speed control: tool storagebox Waldo. Phone recorder anch rmaf.:-- Phone
part pay Chi.* or. itchg 37.ASSUME accounting of carpeted dock. no pet*. .1O4 square feet of office .heavy duty battery: 1-813-526-7068 or drlv.-on trailer Excellent 9647BI6 2/21 ...pd 3/13.
Master 4* acceptedFree related field required. within the limit tinted HAMMONDS TREE SERVICE!
Maybe
Adult Phone .pac. city sliding rear window,
PAYMENTS Deposit. 1.473..680. 2/7 4tad 2/28. condition. S2.695. Phon.
delivery, To ... call Arnona mlcrowav. av.n.Only .ubetituled with two 473-SMI. 2/21 TFchg of Stork. Florida. Optional glass: super cooling BOSTON BULL PUPPIES 7823660 TFpd 24 hr. emergency. service
credit manager collect. .OKoerience in odmlnltrotlon. Full Service or Full 2 fuel 42 gall Trimming topping and
year KINGUEY LAKE Furnlihedopartment system;
7 "monlhi old. under Cross with pit. Makes good ELECTRIC MOTORS S HP
2/14 removal No '
4467 too largeor
Tfnchg lob
904 376 supervision 2 BR on lake.private Service less Electrical tank S..500. James
warranty. Pay off balance family pet 110. Phone Heavy duty single vacuum: small Free estimates
CASH FOR GOLD Sterling or management with emphasis dock. Phone Leas. with occupancy not Cosklns 964.8356. TFchg.
diamonds coin of S186.IO cash or assume later than November 964.8993. 2/21 2tpd 2/28 2 HP motor Both run all See James Hammond" 456
jewelry on bookkeeping, 964-5391 day. or 964.7788 I. 1973 3/4 TON 4 W/D FORD
payment of SI8 73 NEW AND USED FURNITURE 220 volt. Phon. 964.5307. W. Madison St.. Starke.
and dental gold. Will visit per contracting and budgeting nights. 2/28 TFchg 1980. Desire two ((2) year w/7.8'Ao. steel 1 box. on.own.r .
your home. 1.376-5235. months See at White Sewing Experience In social *.r- RENTERS If you can pay rent firm leas.and two ((2)) year : low mileage. Excellent and appliances... Porch 3/21 4tpd 3/13 Itpd 2/28.

Mr. Ritlman tfnchg 1/17 and Appliance Center vice area highly desirable. of SI TO to $250. you can afford renewal option. condition. Or will rocker BARGAIN NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE FEEDER PIGS for sal*. Phon.
3527 S.W. Arch.r Rd. Archer Bidders CENTER. US 301 South Citrus on trilolato root for
UPHOLSTERY Reasonable Must be resident of Clay to buy a boa,.. Only Interested may trade for tractor w/equlp- 9645718 Itpd 2'28
prices 4732032. 4lpd 2/7 Square Plato County and a valid $1,000 to St.500 down. obtain bid form and bid m.nl. Call 964.5307. 2/21 9646679 TFchg cold resistant Peach.

2/28. Gainesville. 376.44662lchg driver license possess. If feel Special financing for MID- conditions by writing or 4ipd 3/13. PLUMBING FIXTURES win. par persimmon nectarine .
2/21.18 you DIE INCOME AMERICA calling the Facilities Service 1971 CIS JEEPi 3 speed. daw. door pipes plus guava gropes. fig, VACUUM CLEANERS
you may qualify apply at Phone 964.5533 and see if .. Department of AM/FM stereo radio low 10.000 other items now at blueberries anno apple Bet Buys

EXPANDING NEW HOMES FOR SALE Two Cloy County Community you qualify., Con move In Health and Rehabilitative mileage. 5700. Phone Bargain Center. US 301 ".10'. dorset apple 4'.5osaleos '. In The Country

'i..u-ui.wI.ugutw..d' '' a ..,.._... 3 BR 2 bath CH/A, underconstruction. Service Offlc. 915 a* *o.n a*you or. approved Services District III. 2002 Danny. 782.3281. 2/21 3tpd South Storke. TFchg camellias. hedge New-(.... Rebuilt.
iwIt4 -- .. ...,......'.. i., Cloy County. Walnut' SI.. Green Cove 3 and 4 8ft home N.W. 13th Street, 4th 3/6. YARD SALEs Friday. Sat and plants junipers, palms. Klrby Reyels
ihMl' ; Two EM, 2 bath heat ond Spring, Fla Itchg 2/28 _allobl.. 2/28 2tchg 3/7. Floor. Gainesville. Florida 1974 GMC SPRINTt AC. PS. Sun 2/29 thru Mar. 2 US shad. tree. many more Filter.. QueensHoovers.
airl L..... Brooklyn finished HELP WANTED Earn extra AT A l MINT 32401 AT. '1950. Phone" 964.7834Itchg .
TWO ROOM .
E"' & 301 South to Cardln Bros Roses on Fla root stock .I",.....
ADAMS BUILDER. Circular The Deportment of Health
at home. 2/28
money and Housekeeping rooms. turn right. 4th trailer on O.C. Cornet Nursery, 23
R.T. LOVORN 473-4470. Eves 4732O56.tfnchg mailers wanted No- experience All utilities, also sleeping and Rehabilitative Service* 1976 CHIVY PICKUP SBstepside. the right Furniture. miles SE of Stark. 01Floraho" WE FINANCE
Send ..", .. the right to refect S3.200. ADAMS
473-32S4
REALTOR MLS necessary room Come to UnderwoodMotel. .r. clothe, lawn "mower .tc. ", .. Hwy 100. Export Repair Service
stomp.d.s.Ifaddr.ss.d 3 mile North on: any or all Bids AUTO SALES. Keystone. 2/28 Sine IBS7AIYoBif's
Phon. 9648074. Itpd Phone 639 2165 27 6tchg
envelope for information OS301. 2/28 TF. State of Florida Department 473-<<70. Itchg 2/28

toG.A. Held. P.O. Box 126. PALMS APATMINTSl .Fur.nlthad of Health and 1973 DODGE DART 6 cyl TWO ITEMS Upright ASSUME 3/13. PAYMENTS I
THEHAIIDYMAM"Your Rehabilitative Services. AT. AC, PS. $ ADAMS freeier $200. Snapp.rriding
Keystone Height Fl eHlclencle and 1 .
Phone Amana microwave 3 MI. North 301
District III. Joieph W, AUTO SALES. Keystone. mower, S25O oven
Helping Hand" 32656. 2/14 3/6. 4tchg BN afiti., weekly or mon Glllla.... Facilities Services 473-4470 Itchg 2/28 960t.7188. llchg 2/28 Only 7 month old und.r ..CalI984.8918RfGISTlR

HELP WANTED Custodian thly. NEW FURNISHED Phon.: 904/3774243. Ext 197 MONTI CARLOl PS. PB. TWO ITEMS 350 C.I.I warranty. Pay off balance' of

"You Name It, We Do 1tI"! Hour 3-11 p.m. Contact 2313 STUDIOS.N. Temple.monthly 510.only...... 208. 2/28 2tcha 3/6. AC. SI 995. ADAMS AUTO Chevrolet _gin.. 4 bolt SI86.10 cash or assume ;
principal. 4732761. 2/21. .MACHINIST Capable of SALES. Keystone. main. S3OO Also Munsey payments of SIB 1 .73 per
2/28. 2tchg. TFchgKITCHENITTESl On. BRoportments. reading blue prints and 473-<<70. Itchg 3/28. 4 speed transmission with month See at Whites Sewing .
GAS AND OIL
+ Carpet & Vinyl Installed Repaired Will BUILD QUALITY pool. TV. AC making own layout Day 1976 MATADOR 4 door. AT. Hurst shifter. Good condition and Appliance Center

lot and night shift Longlerm PB AC. $1.495.ADAMSAUTO Phone 782.3488 3527 S.W. Arch.r Rd. Archer .
ft: Limbs & Trees Removed HOMCSi "your or mine utilities Included Totally .125. set s. .*...$.. ft.IP .
WO per sq. ft. Inspection furnished Weekly monthly backlog Excellent TALES.. Keystone. after S p.m. tpd 2/28 Square Plaia
-ft Lawn Maintenance welcome. ADAMS rate*. TEMPLE MOTEL benefit Interview Mon. 473.4470. Itchg 2/28. SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE SSOO Gainesville 376.4466. 2tchg H4-SUI
BUILOM. 473-4470:: eves 880 N. Temple Av*., day thru Thursday I 1.3 1972 iCED M ton pickup Phone 964-7571) Inquire at 2/21-28
'k Dock Construction *Additions 473-20M.: '. I Slor.... Phone 9647397 p..... or by appt. Aero with cam_. Ideal for Kashas Beauty Shop. 597 2$. COLOR Bonn

Let Us Clean And Ready 9/20 TFchq.I Corp. lake City Airport camping and sleeping. Railord Rood. Storke. Flaltcha.228. Console TV under warranty. a
Lake City, Fla Equal Opportunity $695 or .best off.r. Phone Pay balance due 184.10 Motor Homes Filled
Your Rental Or Weekend Cottages VOTERS employer M F 782-3991. Itchg 2/38 .

Steve Jim I MOBILE HOME handicaps 2'28 2tchg 3 6 1979 Z28t Fully loaded. BLACK QUARTER HORSE SI9 cash.10 or assume par month payments See of at ..iihuh. ........

475.1044 FREE ESTIMATES 478-2373' WU8CZ.M8 INSURANCE.HOMEOWNERS S6100.Block with Phone red 7823308 interior Older Thoroughbred but gentle gelding' for White'* Sewing and Appliance fir Urn T.....
Center. 3527 5 W.
Bulldozer Work TRIEST lt_ 2 28. children. Has cow sense. BtHtriMWell
POLICIESAT CONVMTIBlll Archer Rd.. Archer Square
Large or Small { 1968 MUSTANG Make offer. 964.5078. '
Plaza. Gainesville,
All Now. 53.000 or
: Roberts .Land Fill REASONASLERATESHone MINI STORAGESpace best offer. Phone 964-8003. Itchg 2/28. 376-4466 7trhq 2 2'.29

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Om ?IF .. Ponds Available 'In after 4 p
Olia's Mobile weekends Itchg 2/28. 31IJ to41h Acre Tracts Of Land

,21 Real Estate WILBUR 10' *.12' a 10-X20'. 1970 MUSTANG "hon.960t.7959. ,* Drilling
Sales
'l IL.. : .M WATERS CALL Itpd 2 28 fOR SALE.OW. $2500 Acre.
FREE QUOTES 1974 DODGE CORONET station 2" Thru 6"
86 N- 080 W. Madison" St.Stsrke With Just 19% Down.
964-7828" ? TempleAssociArisi Phone 0645608BulnuM THOMAS REALTY _lIOn. V-I. new Owner Financing Fast Rotary
4.6723 BusBo46v41 ,I tires. radio. AC. '5. PB Mobile HornS.Wooded .
Home Olin Agent 9646162F. AT. Call Steve. 964-6300. High' I Dry Allowed Drilling Equipment

Itchg 2/28 Land STATE. UCENSEPPumpa_
Delano Thomas. 1974 CHEW IWO pickup. Barbara Fin
Contact ney
Weekends ..Enenlngs Cell
AT. AC. PS. PB. with new

Richard Roberts.,*4 5SM Judith Mynn 4-B1B4 Fill MOT I Realtor inspection *tick.r. Phone __ .,,,, \
Ann Godwin- M4-JBS Puts,51k.'964-657. 'uMICiEAIIMI A I 964 74 It. 2'28 2tchg 3 7. Wallace Cain, Realty, Inc.
New & Used
.. William C.-..'964-4784
".311.
John La,..l.nf.rd, Canon -"4.B704 luelll S.ry$4-S420 Large 'Or Small Jobs p, O Bo I 00 Alscnu. Fl.. Ssle -PartS.rvlc*>
LlMEROCK>
1 FILL !.
Key Water>... **.I'LAKI.U1UR Call 462.3173I

EZ TenrtBPlumbing, ..
0 Dozer Work I SEPTIC' TANK INSTALLATIONS I I I-: -

Cell 4".,.U altar.hour .


Several two "bedroom kernel. a Foundations! '4- Call: CARDIN BROS. $84.S150J lt1'MtI11s.. Nw Installation

Large 3 "bedroom borne.e "
Tb,.. 2 "bedroom rentals plus M a 210 ....nt residential Top Soil .USSMUUU SUSUUBUUELIB1 E4S the but .IIey... Remodeling Repair
I .
.
'tot. '

STARKE IN TOWN ';" .: JIMMY MARTIN9645230 BIRCH'S IPM ; ::1 Call rin !

,d' : I' : BJLLCOURSEYCONSTRIICTIOX PUMP

*Several nice 3 bedroem kernes. }',:- PEST CONTROL ,
t ': FURNITURE BOAT
\ CO.
.
*lovely 4 "bedroom 1010..... ', J. AUTO : i &

Nice .election of 2 .bedroom. homes. i Keystone Hot*. 473-2063
.
I VIM'S UFHOLSTERT SHOP Year Round Termite Protection&B45534 SUPPLY
s\ i I Over 20 Year Experience i
ITAIKioutDPfOWN ,,
4 MIles South Of Stark Off 301 : I I COMPANY .
: s. : it: New Homes Remodeling!

Beautiful 4 .bedroom el Country Clu*. 25 Years Export eacsINTRODUCTORY Additions
Garages 864 N.
e Weeded let at Country Club OFFER
I '
*3 B! dream brick ... SR 1M 1..,. ", ':; =.. CUSTOM FERTILIZINGd.w,5 *Jobs from ground to Temple Ave.

lb. m.n.'SRlOOWOst. 20% Discount On fabricsAppointment ;: ::: LAWNS SHRUBS TRIES completion or any reasonable -

behind Primitive Batll Church."' Thm March -.5 5'- snos9.WEED CONTROL Starke.! Fla. ,
Ie. MM en .avis lets. ttsi0Irid'twd.- portion
At Your Copvcntonc* Kelerenaee AviHeMe 9647061I
7 55.m'a0,5 .
Many more tee numerous to mention I Cell W fedeyl. Phone 964-8428 .....1..1..1 I 5. ---- ..



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I : Tornadoes Finish ( and Start ) With Victory

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The start and the finish of Brad
ford's High's regular basketball CROSSROADS LOUNGes
season were just dandy, it was the
middle of the year that was not so
smooth. Butler
The Tornadoes who had lost 22 Offense s
straight games since ousting Orange .
Park in their opener, got the other 1, Tornado point VSQR
bookend In a 2-22 season when they a guard Frailer
topped Fernandina 45-41/ before the Bass number JAX XPRESSFriday
home folks In Saturday night's 1' P Md four runs the
regular season swan song. C show from the
Tornado coach Mike Sexton wing with Kevin
downplayed the win, saying it only "- < Miller 25, & Sat. Night
"means we won two games Instead of Coating down
one," but ro 7 EddIeThompkins.
The Tornadoes fell behind 12-8 early y 23, 9pm2amFeaiuring
but stormed back to take a 24-15 w''' j up high In BUS
halftime lead behind the play of '41), ..., win over Fer-
senior Kevin Miller, who tossed in 25 nandina. 1950's Act.
points on 10 of 13 shooting in the game : :
and grabbed seven rebounds.
The Pirates clawed back to tie the COUNTRY
game late but Kevin Reddish hit two -
free throws and Steve Marks added 2.00 ROCK
another in the final 30 seconds to put
BHS' long-awaited win on ice. Cover Charge DISCO
Bass hit eight points for the night, i ... tlell
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and along with Marks had four 4 > : :'Ii
assists. r, :

"We played a good first half, but
they just beat us on the boards and
pulled away," was the way Sexton
described the action Friday after his
troops fell to the taller Santa Fe
Raiders 59-4O in the BHS gym.
Reddish and Bass paced the Tor.
nadoes with 12 points apiece and Eddie TG& Ydttfamily
Thompkins added seven. Ricky
and Bill. Judkins combined for 27 tii tt :
points to lead the Raiders.

BIIS 0-2 Last Week

I In games played last week the Tornadoes
came out on the short end of centers
two tight home games falling to
North Marion 45-41 and to Jacksonville
Bolles 4340. i
BHS hung close to Bolles all the way
but the Tornadoes didn't take advantage
of 43 chances at the foul line,hit
ting only 20 while missing eight one-
\ and-one front ends. Bolles,up to 11-10
!
with the win,knocked in 13 of 16 free
throws chances while complaining
repeatedly about the officiating. I
I Kevin Miller topped all scorers with fl1THIRsDAYthw.
I 15 points and pulled down 11 rebounds
while' Kevin Reddish added eight

i. points.Against.
North Marion the Big Red
/ five got to within one point,41-42,early -
i in the fourth period but then allow-
ed NM ((9.13 afterwards) six
unanswered points down the home L

stretch. iii
BHS' pressure defense got them -
) within four but no closer after the Bargains
Colts' spree. Dwayne McBride's 12
,I points topped the Tornadoes with
Miller adding 10, eight on follow
shots. BHS outscored the visitors
42-36 from the field but lost 33-17 at the
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