Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
January 11, 1979
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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After thirty angry citizen came t. a Monday morning er* Mule Carter and Hazel Panlk Inspecting one of the '; ;;
meeting to complain about the condition of the dirt road two cattle-gaps on the cemetery path that the delegation ,
leading to the old Sapp cemetery the county commission said were in "terrible ondltl n." At bottom right. Shu- ..Entranh
I drove out to the cemetery Inspect the road wsy. ford opens the gate to the four acre cemetery. At bottom rove
Pictured at top are commissioners (Iii) Dave Shuford. left, Carter drives commissioner Paulk's car over one of
E.w. Hodges, attorney Dudley Hardy, and commission the cattle-gaps which the resident said were ancrossabto.

An irate group of 30 citizens gaps which Ue not on county property comes up like this we'd have to fix
Confronted the Bradford County Coma but on land owned by Floyd Wiggins that too."

i ihlsslon at Its regular meeting and leased by E.A. Sapp. The contingent wouldn't take no loran

Monday, January 8, demanding that The commissioners aid: vow to workat answer when the commission said
Something be done about the lone some sort of solution to the they might legally have no grounds to
vQ1II roadway to a New River cemetery problem, probably getting:permission take action on the rough passageway
r which they termed "a terrible from Wiggins and Sapp to have the "
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disgrace that something should have two cattle-gaps In question filled In. was by Mr. Sapp' two years
been done ab "If the county does have the right of deeded the road to the county and I

People came from as far away as way we'll take the fence down close had no trouble finding where Mr. Sapp
s Ocala and Orange Park to air their up the cattle-gaps and everytlng had deeded his part over to you in the
gripes about the passage-way to the else," commissioner Maxie Carter records, said W.M. Johns, a former

Sapp.cemetery a four acre plot on assured the audience, "But if we don't resident of Bradford County,
New River that includes the tombStones own it we'll have to go to our attorneyand "'.""" 'nt\v\ there was an <*al l agreement -
I ftIJt L $s' of former family and friends of find you some other sort of relief for the county to do something
""-l--.h" most of the members of the delega about the road and you haven't done
1 '-. .. -. tion. "I can sympathize with you,and we anything."
'''''i, + :Group spokesman Jerry Whitehead will do anytlng we can." Carter Other speakers including Mrs.
added "There's
rw of the New River area called on the no way they can" Nettles and former county commissioner -
.. :' I t l lA county commission to have two of four close you all out of the cemetery. Russell Green also lambastedthe

.. ''L.. ,,,,--,,,,,,,,,,, cattle-gaps on the road that links SR. Chances that the cemetery, which board for its inactivity and said
ii 235 to the ''cemetery filled In or was donated for free use to an there was no reason the county

repaired "like you've been promising association of local residents by the couldn't 50 In and clean up the dirt

you'd do since a year ago." But after Sapp family over 100 years ago,will road
be closed oft
driving out to (the cemetery, checking appear slim Apparently there is reason that the
E.A. who with his
Bradford land records, and conferring Sapp, son, commission can't order a cleanup job
with Dempsey Sapp, owns the property on
BC attorney Dudley though. Commissioner Carter was
Hardy the one side of the dirt road and has a
commission came to the quickly disputed by the group when he
+ conclusion .that the county can't five year lease with option to buy on said his check or the land records

legally do anything about the cattle- the adjoining property owned by showed the county had never been I'
Floyd Wiggins told the Telegraph: that

.sW_.k.h.._.. .mw.. .tntjhntlsi......__..v.nf_rtlAotitr'VQ"8* tlio.... *,>....-u-n4_ deeded: the property owned by
Wiggins and had no right of way to the

:1. >>en !LA. WouldJbe. RainpedIiJi way.That 100"I year want cemetery.that" Sapp road has Mid.been open"I there to want the for public.those over: attorney cemetery Indeed no Hardy'but such a showed deed.later, and check their Wiggins was by

.9;., q,,,!:: ; ..'caUkgapa county came'closed\in and down built them,, boo'ie'but 1 ,\\,-deeded assured fl theTeleKaph A I ..u4IVu.Vwu.MtU. ; he .had.never "r" '-""

f never even wanted the last two. Now "Even if the land was deeded to the
they're rotted out but the county county that doesn't mean Bradford is
didn't repair them before when we legally responsible for repair Hardy

New Series of HUll G asked them to. We'll maintain the told the commission on their drive to
rants first two cattie-gaplllor our cattle but the area. "people can't just deed their
we don't want the other two." land to the county and ask the county

"I don't think he (Sapp) wants to to keep it up." I

Application for ''federal neighborhood mend in the northeast section of the which would be to rehabilitate 75.00 A pre-construction conference and keep people out be just doesn't want to "We can't fix"cattle-gaps anyway

rehabilitation grants of $1.14 city, the Reno area plus more. The more houses and the renovation of two public hearing was held last county keep up the road for them," that's for sure explained commissioner I
million over the next three years to monies would also be in addition to recreation centers, the old armory Thursday, Jan. 4, on the 1978 HUD road foreman Leon Ellington E.W. Hodges In the Genera
renovate the northeast section of an Environmental Protection Agency and the Pratt Street Playground. The grant. There was no public input, said bold the board. meeting "the state Attorney"
Starke will be made this week to the grant for which EPA has committed second year would also see initiation Mayor Warren.At The first two cattle-gaps have been ruled that last year.

U.S. Department of Housing and 73-25 monies to the city and which of a code enforcement, which means a the same meeting last Thursday, maintained and are easily passablebut The citizens also said the county
Urban Development. could total $3 million over several removal of nuisance items;; example: engineer Lucas went over plans for the last two, which the commission should be able to open a right-of-way
unwanted litter, wrecked etc. was able to cross in board to the cemetery because it is "public
Monies referred to are In addition to years. cars the additional 1.14 million in HUD "
the $300,000 HUD grant already Should the 1.14 million of HUD monies and a pre-appUcatlon hearingwas member Hazel Paulk's car, are in bad property. Green argued the point but
: approved and funds committed for monies be granted the city it would $420,000 is being asked for the third also held again with public disrepair if not "Impassable" as the the commission held that a cemetery
to continue the code Is not public but
street, drainage, and sewer improveSaturday mean a total of $4.44 million in federal year enforcement input. citizen's delegation said they were. property is the
monies for Starke over a period of initiated in the second year and "Mr. Sapp wanted! all the people property cf someone, whether it be a
years. Some of the EPA monies Over ,rehabilitate 40 more houses. In the Residents in the northeast section of with family In the cemetery to pay to church, a municipality or a separate
third the city: would also the city are convinced of the group, as in this case where
$250,000 have already been receivedby year acquire get them filled in and do all the work an J
trJlt'l1U1n prier the city over the past several land and develop sites for possibilities of the neighborhood but I'm not going that way"promised obscure association was donated the
years. approximately 24 lots. The land would rehabilitation, according to project Flora Bell Nettles, a spokeswoman cemetery land.
The EPA grant monies will be for then be sold to interested builders to coordinator Linda Day. for road repair since the dispute was "We'll be governed by what our I

Improvement and extension of new build federally! : subsidized housing. ;'There has been very, very first aired In 1977. attorney says but a cemetery Is not
sewer and electric over the entire favorable reaction and cooperationfrom ''It'IMr.Sapp's property. You can't public property," said commissionerDave
Lucas indicated
city including an" area extending a Tuesday he will ask the residents in the area," says ask the people to do the work," Jerry Shuford. "We're not trying to
a $310,000 committment
.' mile outside the city which the city funding Mrs. Day who has been In closest Whitehead said after the meeting evade helping you but as commissioners -
council agreed to service to get the for the first year' work on the new contact with the people about the new "then I guess the next Ume something we have a duty to the I
EPA. grant approval. HUD grant program, and ,a HUD grant program. The residents have residents of the area also. If Its
committment to later fund the second
t The HUD program would Improvethe seen the 1978 HUD grant come private property we're talking aboutwe
and third
years of the program. Dead- and that the have no right to go in there and
poor,predominately black area of through gives hope that
line for '
apply the HUD is
northeast! Starke. grants the additional neighborhood Index. push things around""The
Jan. IS. Lucas planned to made ..
The $300,000 HUD grant already rehabilitation will take place, Mrs. county may have put !those
funded and on which construction is to application 11). today Thursday. Jan. Day says. Two 'Sections cath y-gaps In there a long time ago
f start this coming week by Hipp Other neighboring Florida towns but back then things were done a lot ,
Section Ones 1."
+ Construction Co. will mainly Improve What are the chances the new$1.14 have been receiving HUD funds. Pages differently from the way we have to '
1 public works. Of this initial $300,000 million grants will be approved by Gainesville, a special case because of Section Two Pages 1B-4K .- do things now," explained commissioner I'
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grant $200,000 U to be spent on HUD? its population problems, has been a Hodges. "Then they might I

Jan.;13, ", streets, drainage and sewer Improvements There are no assurances, Lucas recipient of a number of grants Lucas Social .. .. ... .. .. Paot1-3 have just gotten an oral agreement I

SEEDLING SALE' j' $50,000 on rehabilitation of says. But the' 1978 grant program says. Green Cove Springs, Local News. ... .. .. ._.1,..1J. from some< commissioner who got the
> recreation Hawthorne Cross and Alachua work'done but we can't taxpayu'
I .7..,,', St.rt'.m facilities $30,000 on shows' the City of Starke'can City Public Notices .. ... .. .. 14 spend -
rehabilitation have also received of on private to
housing and _$20,000 grants varying money property
I'i ,,' County Ag. Building ;, will go to administer the program. effectively handle bid projects, hit amounts. Mrs. Day is presently Want Ad*..'" :. .. .. .. IS do something like this now,"
I( the city has and can set up necessary closing out coordination ''of the CIIun:1I Newt, .. .. .. .. .. U Ellington explained that the county
..' :.. . .. .. .Hipp's' contract Is for $145,1100to- 'activities, to promote the project, and
,, Hawthorne and at the has been grading the road only to
. .t. ,' complete the works that the City is willingand able to project same Sports.. ....... ..Pagest-4. up
'" public portion of .
;:. time beginning work on Starke'sgrant the first cattle-gap(and not often and
';', Sat.-SuII.Ja".1S-1. : the initial HUD grant,'designated! as exert the effort to complete the project program thus could claim no right-of-way

'- FY78 by Project Engineer Jim Lucas; through usage of part of the road
;: :
;! of Bessent, Hammock, and Kuckman : .
'H" s '.Nanonal ouardTRAINING > past that point.
_', JV ':', | ..C.\ Engineering Co. 'of JackaonvUle, thecity's F" "Over In the town of Graham we '
<, I ,'J'" engineering firm which la 4 Chamber Ford 'Members Elected : found out in court but good that you
;"I S ; :\ '" ,('...... .... .... .. ..,... .,,' Vy .: ,I',, writing these grant projects. : ; can't go in and make a roadway
". "i'" Bids on the remainder of the througIIOmeone'\ property to make'It
,' Twsday, Jan.l4" ,1 ti i" $300,000 HUD grant wUl be advertised more convenient for another citizen.
; :. for in approximately 30 days, Mrs. Nettles came to the board as a
>. according to Search is for President-Elect
"ft Mayor-Conmissloner
.' BC School Board Warren. on spokesman the same cause last
UPETIMttHampton .. ::5 .5 year but so solution was reached.
-- "" The Initial HUD,
nM!.. 7 pans .: ...,:.."' 11 r-, .Fy79'by HUD emphasizes grant public tagged' Three new members, were elected Chamber are) Morris Williams owner red by transferring money from itemsin "We went to Mr. Sapp after Mrs.
{' L: works, 'and one present member re-elected to of Bradford Furniture, and EWe Sanders which a fund balance remains at Nettles talked to us about this same

:. Council '" New HUD grants being applied for the Board of Governors of the Starke- county Judge Each declined to the end of the year. Wilson reported thing and thought" we had everything
MEETING \, this week will emphasize neighbor Bradford Chamber of Commerce anda act as presidentelect, which would that the Chamber board) budgeted worked out, said Shuford.: "He said
'., 7t30Un.r ;i.' hood rehabilitation. In the 3-year search is on for a president-elect: have meant the designee would have $29.230 in 1978 has actually taken. in, he would make the road accessible for
been president of the Chamber. in $24,253, and.has spent$22,838. you and we didn't hear anything more
program some houses in the John Bradley; Jr., manager of Southern -
1' about it until a couple weeks after
." ,_ '1. '-'. .. .; northeast section of the city would be Discount, was re-elected to the I960. Judge Sanders will be presidentof "We're pretty much on budget" Christmas" :
renovated or reconstructed, Forty board of governors.( New board members the Rotary Club next year. Wilson, stated. '
< >>, St,Mark's Day School'HASOPLNINGS! | .r/ other dilapidated Structures would be named in a mail-in election last Williams felt he has not been a resident "How long are we supposed 'to

J removed and the residents relocated. month are L.M.Gaines,county zoning of .the county long enough to Chamber> President Lillian Pearson wait! Whitehead answered, "I don'tknow
who to believe. We've
f. In Nursery School Engineer Lucas said the 3-year director Bob Firth, owner of Draw- serve as president and has too many .defended a statement In the Telegraph the around been
Phoe.144 dU7i program would remove unsafe Tile and;; Dr. James Penaington, local other., obligations, t the cold the getting this. As rutt- since June,
noteaccarttipliai 1977 deserve
on taxpayers we
structures purchase land, and. vetot arialL Plans ttrestttlbdng finalized for the chamber has much action.*' ,
I develop ]land for new houses. Mrs. Hazel Hardy was re-elected to Annual,Chamber banquet set for 7 In the past year. She aald the statement some"We had cleared

i In the first year August 1979 the treasurer's post on the,, Chamber p.m, Jan. V. It was. decided Jan. 4 by must have been taken out of Shuford thought continued we "the breakdownwasthatncithey it up,?'
.Countesy olJACXSSf through September 1980, a $310,000 board for the: second year. the board of governors at the lugge context from her reply to a statement : !
i appropriation is being sought to tin of Executive Vice-President Bill by attorney the accomplishments party 'followed.the.thlng : ;
Word is that:a new president-elect Woabout to make sun.something was
BWUiftGS8W.Y ,:. rehabilitate the first 37 homes, has agreed to serve-and the board of Wilson that the dinner meeting win be done.; up "*

renovate the existing recreation governors will be polled for a special! buffet' with several 'Items on the Mrs. Pearson pointed out thai the "I'm really''tired :of the whole {
t. of Starke facility In' the area the Jenkins rather than, steak dinner as
menu, a
meeting called in the near future,to chamber la better acquainted. with thing," ,said an angry! Flora Bell
J Hwy sot. 8. 004-6078 Center Dilapidated to tear down is unsafe, ) person. The pros had been planned. No outside speakerwill Industry. She noted the chamber Nettles. "U the 'county): commission
,and vacant structures, to deentalectmust be sought for this year's banquet. members have visited '
Come from among the LawteY'Correctional can't get'lIOI'nethir1a done with UM
.' Heigh" three-fourths of
mile of
Keystone a streets.
pave board of \The board Wilson permissionto fnaUtottun, Bradford worst and disgrace know
Hwy 100 And a 1-A governors, according to gave eyesore I. of
fw 473-4973 $410,000 appropriation .Is being! Chamber by-law make''transfer in' the Chamber FurnIture Vogue Maraifaaurizui;and' then I'll go higher 1Ip with It. I should
5- asked for J980-81, the main thrust of Current vice-presidents of the budget td taU some Items out of the DuPont during 191$.' have tone that a long, time: aJ(0."

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Cheryl Mooneyham,

Patrick McDaniel 3he 97caci

Engagement ToldMr

Il/ooly Gdilor, 964.7608r
and Mrs. Wallace Mooneyham ._ ._
announce the engagement of their
daughter Cheryl Lynn to Patrick

Lynn McDaniel of Tallahasee, son of FFWC District 4 Clubs
Mr and Mrs. Pete McDaniel of
I? Sneads Fla. r President's Counc
Miss Mooneyham la a graduate of
Union County High School and Florida '
State University, where she receiveda : 1'-/ Twenry-on women's clubs were
represented at the District Four,
BS degree in Special Education. ;
Miss Mooneyham Is currently ," .. Florida Federated Women's Club w

employed at Lake Butler Elementary ... ;. '.. ,. president's council meeting held
School. ... .. Friday, Jan.3, at the Starke Woman's
Mr. McDaniel Is a graduate of .t.' '. M. Club.
... Sneads High School and Florida State .. "' .. ,.e.,..< Mrs, Lawrence Hebe! of Palatka Y /{
... ;; 0\.1: Mrl
-- University where he received a BS presided over the meeting.
:>tn. Keith Ingalls degree from the College of Business. T',;" Highlighting points of interest in the

He is currently employed at Stockton .",,' clubhouse were potted red and white
Miss Beth FUnk. Whatley and Davln in Tallahassee. pol ettlas. The speaker's table was
centered with an of red
A June wedding is planned. arrangement
fit roses and crystal fruit Other tables
Kiethlngalls were centered with red roses, velvet

Allie apples,white baby's breath and flock.
Wed December 23 Mrs Driggers Luncheon was served at noon..

Celebrate 90th ..... '.. ........ ..............-.. Hostesses were Mrs. W.B. Mundy,
Miss Beth Flink becamethe bride of To Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. C.G. Hill Mrs.
Rachel Crews
David Keith Ingalls on Saturday. Dec. .Gladys Weldon, Mrs. L.II. Jennings I
23 at the First Baptist Church in Birthday Jan. 14 Rachel Crews Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar Mrs. R.A. .
Folkston. Ga. Green and Mrs. Robert Hall.
I Beth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Friends and relatives of Mrs. Allie

William II Fhnk of Folkston. Ga. and Driggers are invited to a reception Larron CopelandTo .. ...... ... ......... L.. '..
of Mr. and .
the great granddaughter Sunday Jan. 14 from 2'30: to 4 p.m., at .
Mrs Garl Mathews of StarkeMr Wed Jan. 27
the Lake Butler Community Center '
InltDlls Is the son of Mrs. Emily celebrating her 90th birthday.
Ingalls and Jack Ingalls of Waycross Hosts and hostesses will be her five .
W.R. (Bobby) Crewsof
Dr. and Mrs. ,
children, A.L. Driggers, Donald I
Ga.Mr the
Ga. announce .
and !Mrs Ingalls are now and Ililah Dukes of Lake Albany, .' ,
residing in Denver Colo, where Keith Driggers engagement and approaching f
Allie of Starke and
Butler Maye Kelly
in the Air Force marriage of their daughter, Rachel ,
is stationed .f;
Rose t:. McNabb of Orlando.The of '
Carol to Larron Copeland
family request no gifts please. Bronwood, Ga. ,, Ii'

Miss Crews is the granddaughter of :
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green of Lawtey (}
I Jerry BoldensTo and the late Stafford and Murlie ; : +\ I.'I I.

Crews of Lake Butler. -I, .i
Celebrate60th The wedding will take place Jan. 27 (. ..:k'. .; C f G
Anniversary ********* : Bruce Scott takes over as baby :
bower recipient given for his wife .
I I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boldcn Sr. of Becky when she was unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. David McKnight
Melrose will celebrate their 60th f.,4r.ivafa Becky was home taking care of their
wedding anniversary at open house I baby boy who arrived two weeks
Nudera and David
Sunday Jan.Woman's 14, from Club.:3 to 5 p.m. at the Capt. and Mrs. Mickey Dansby" of early. Kim McKnight I

Melrose All attend.friends and relatives are invitedto son Gainesville, Scott Edward announce, born the birth Jan. 8 of in a Becky and Bruce Scott Wed Dec. 16 at First Baptist ChurchKim

The family request no gifts please. Shand's grandparents Teaching are Mr.Hospital.and Mrs.Paternal R.O. Stork Shower Honorees Nudera of Keystone Heightsand Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Mark Graudon

oo.oeo of o *o ..o..a.Uid Dansby of Starke. Maternal David McKnight of Starke were kept the guest book.
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Mrs Bruce Scott was united in marrla Saturday Dec. 16, Decorations were carried out in the
Edward: Davis of Gainesville. complimented at a stork shower in the First Baptist church of holiday theme. A large ball of mistletoe -
LriConnie ; y..x-.w Friday night at the home of Mrs. Stare with the Rev. Ben Bryant hung from the ceiling in the centerof
--- Jerald Baldwin on Bayless Highway. officiating at the candlelight service. the room.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Jordan of Co-hostesses were Mrs. Frank The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. The tables were covered with white
Dyal Alma Ga. were Sunday. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James B. (Randy) Durrance Mrs. Marlon Thornton, Claire -Garvln of Jacksonville and satin and lace cloths. The bride's

Connie Dyal, Mr.and Mrs. Paul Faulkner and Miss Rowell Jr. of Melrose announce the Mrs. Don Ray Tilley, Mrs. Owen James Nudera of Colorado Springs, table was centered with three: tiered
Mary Faulkner.Mr. birth of a son, James B. Rowell Alvarez, Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs. Colo. The groom is the son of Mrs. wedding cake topped with an
Billy BellEngagement ( hospital) Dec. 7 at Alachua General Bishop Myrick, Mrs. Wayne Arlin McKnight of Starke and Eustis arrangement of red and white flo
and Mrs. Leo Clay of Cotton- Chip has one brother. Blankenshlp Mrs. Vernie Thornton, McKnight of Kingston, S.C. wers. The table was flanked by two
Told dale Ala. were recent guests of Mrs. three year old Michael. Maternal Mrs. Jimmy Thornton and Mrs. John Mrs. L.A. Canova, organist Kevin standing candelabra each holding
J.II. Fields. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kinney.Mr. See!. soloist, and Mrs. David Canova seven red tapers. Cutting the bride's

Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal Jr. of Wells of Starke. Paternal grandpa Scott, was coaxed into presented a program of nuptial cake was Mrs. James Nudera, Sr.,
of Mrs. J.H. Moseley has returned rents are Mr. and Mrs. James B attending the shower and opening the music.
the engagement grandmother of the bride and Mrs.
Graham their daughter.announce Connie to Billy Bell, from three weeks visit In Knoxville, Howell, Jr. of Hampton. baby gifts in place of Mrs. Scott, who Highlighting the altar were arch, V Fred Rowe.
I son of :Mrs Louise Bell and the late Tenn. with Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moseley. --- had returned from the hospital the shaped and tree candelabra with The groom's cake was chocolateand

Ray Bell of Starke.I Doyle and Ann Kemp of Lake Butler 'day before after delivering the first white burning tapers. On either side cut by Mrs. T.T. Langston, aunt of
A fall wedding is planned ...... Ernest Phillips returned Monday announce the birth of a son,Eric Alan, 1979 baby on New Years Day and was was an arrangement of white mums the groom and Mrs. L.N. Pickering.
weeks in the GainesvilleVA
t. r after three unable to attend. So this has to be and red carnations. Jade trees,
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: I.I Friday Jan 5 I. In Lake Shore Hospitalin Serving as hostesses were Mrs.
.U CROSBYREUNlu1.11 )' Hospital. Lake City. Master K mp- another "first" for the Scott family ICheU ,,and. other g;eenerywereusedthroughoti ..L). Tenly, Jr., Mrs. Beemer Spry,
I with the father attending the baby the choir loft Each of
Mrs. Maxie Carter
joins a brother Tony, 9: Sr.. Mrs. Larry
Mrs. John E. Patterson of Cain Pa. : shower instead of the mother. the ten windows were decorated with
Green and
is spending a month with her sister, Maternal grand parent*?'"a re Alex The table Mrs. Debbie Rowland.The .
annual Crosby reunion for gift was covered with a seasonal greenery interspersed with
couple a re residing at 6400 20th
and Adeline Cardenas of Lake
descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A.J. Barry and father F.H. Kra- Maternal blue linen cloth and 'centered with a mistletoe,.holly pine cones and red Ave., Gainesville.The .
I A.S. Crosby will be held Sunday. Jan. mer, who has moved to Mrs. Barry's Geneva.grandmothers are Anna Cardenas great of baby cradle which played: Brahms Christmas balls. A candelabrum holding bride attended Santa Fe Junior

21. at Bayless Highway Baptist home Starke and Vina Mir of San German, Lullaby and was filled with pink, blue three red lighted tapers centered College and is employed by Levity.
-- and
)/ Church. 'Otrlstmas-- Cuba. yellow artificial flowers. each arrangement. The family pews Gainesville
A basket lunch will be served at Party Goods Paternal grandparents are Perry The refreshment table.also had a were marked with lighted tapers on Mr. McKnight is a graduate of the
12:013: in the Educational building, Half Price and Louise Kemp of Lawtey. Paternal blue linen cloth and centered with a stands decorated with flowers and University of South Florida and is
All friends and relatives are invitedto Office Shop great-grandmother is Mollie Summer five-branch epernette holding blue ribbon. employed by Miller Buick Mercedes
bring lunch and enjoy fellowship. Ito W. Call St. of Savannah,Georgia. and yellow artificial flowers and blue Col. Don Koretz, brother-in-law of in Gainesville.
the groom, attended as best man.
Thirty-five guests called betweenthe William Costello and Mark Graudon
hours of 7:30: and 9 p.m. were ushers. ;/J !Jou..k", .
Escorted to the altar by her grand-

persona father, James Nudera Sr. of Alamo Mr.and Mrs. R.O, Dansby of Starke
88' 3 Texas, the bride wore an empire gownof
Tuxedo Sofa Bed I Ii white satin with organza overlay and Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Dansby of
Perry spent last Wednesday to Friday
accented with Venice appliquesand
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey and Mr. in Ozark. Ala. visiting relatives. .
and Mrs. Lee Casey were Sunday seed pearls. Her two tier fingertip :
mantilla of silk French illusion
dinner of Mr. and Mrs.
guests Johnny Mrs. Charles Fields
----aP- --- Hobbs in Gainesville. was bordered with Venice lace. She and Mrs.
: J carried an old fashioned nosegay of Wayne Fields and son of Jacksonvillewere
Clearance Sale red roses and baby breath. She wore a Saturday visitors of Mrs. J.H.
at Leila's Ores & single strand of pearls and pearl ear Fields.
Gift Shop rings.
132 E.Call St. Mrs. Gary McKinney of Gainesville Out-of-town guests at the Nudera-
McKmght wedding Dec. 16 were: Mr.
Starke. Fill attended as matron of honor. Brides-
William and Mrs.' James Nudera of Alamo
maids were Mrs. Costello.
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Tomlinson sister of the bride and Mrs. Don Texas; Mr. and Mrs T.T.Langston of
returned January 1 after two weeks Koretz. sister of the groom. They Manning. S.C. ; Mrs. Elsie Jones,
visit with their son-in-law and daughter were Identically attired in holiday red John Mahoney, \Mrs. Mattie Bell
SP and Mrs. Daniel D. Pearson in Miller and Miss Kim Hurst of
i II IIlm I blouson bodiced dresses with dolman
Germany. sleeves. They carried bouquets of red Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
carnations and baby's breath. Talley and Chris Talley of Pensacola;
Stephen Robert Register receivedhis Manya Koretz niece of the groom Greg Riherd and Miss Kathy Harden-
(. BSA degree and Joyce Laine Tet- served as flower girl.She wore a floor burgh'of Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
c,.,, stone received a BAE degree from the length red dress and carried a white Rowe of Daytona Beach; Mr. and
University of Florida on Dec. 16. lace and< net basket with red bow. Mrs. Tom Eiland and Latricia. Mrs.
Erma Lynn Moxley was on the Presi The ring bearer was Christopher DL. Thomas Misses Mary Ann
r dent's Honor Roll for the last quarterat Talley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thomas.. Anita Coni, Mr. and Mrs.
UFo Talley of Pensacola. Gary McKinney Griffin Stegall and
reception was held in the church Joseph Hill of Gainesville; and Bart
O! and Robert Jones of Keystone
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w- i ,-QreonaLe Dr. John L. Harris ot.Qulncy was. W.J. ttockMtunwd" Monday

last Thursday dinner' guest of Mrs. from .NferthriwidiCW' Hospital
Randy Chitty was house guest of his E.P. Renner. where she underwent teats for six
L roommate Jim Endless of Cape Cod, Clearance Sale ....
Mass: for the two" week holiday at Leila'Dress&,:
period lthe holiday Gilt Shop Mr. and l'otn. James BliP and son
skiing, icehtingg, p hockey, I3ZE.C II81.Starke. and Marvin Keeling of Atlantic Beach
and other winter sports in Mass,Vermont .Fla spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs
tH and New Hampshire. Last Henry Sl.efanelll.They! were Joined on
Wednesday, Randy Jim and their Mr. and Mrs. G.P. Kenard of Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Robert
other friends, Michael Endress of Gainesville were Sunday dinner Stefanelli and family of Gainesville.
Mass., and Robert McNeal of Cocoa guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson.
Beach were guests of Randtamother. Mrs.Cecelia Terwlllrgar was guestof
,Mrs. Joan Chitty and family. Mr. and Mr*. H.A. Lawson and Mr. Sun Life of Canada Insurance Co..
The students all left Wednesday night and Mrs. Andy Jordan visited Mr. at a dinner party New Years Eve at
for Ta mpa and the University of South and Mrs. Joe Jordan Friday night In the Club Continental In Orange Park.
Florida, where they are all In their Live Oak.
senior year of study. Mr. and Mrs Donald Jerkins and
Mrs NK Hurst of Indianapolis.Ind. Cle.ranee'Sale daughter of Maxvllle and Mr. and
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Clyde at Leila's Dress A Mrs. Glen Davis and family of
Sinclair and Mr. and Mrs. T.". Slade Gift Shop Jacksonville: were Saturday night
1967 BUS graduates attending their flnl clue reunion Graudon.Linda WUion Ben Carolyn Faatkner Carver for several weeks. 132 E.Call St.KtarkeJFI dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.L.
were: Linda Rick Gordon James Thomas. Fourth row Hutson.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson and
Bottom row l-r I ) David Grlffl, Ronnie Crew, Dale James Nettle. Paul Smith. Marray McRae. Ken Scott Jimmy
daughter New Years weekend
Crosby, LeMon Morgan Wayne Blankenshlp. David Sll- Joey Reese, Clara Sellers Cotton Wendy Hill. Barbara with her spent Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Zurfluh. who Cimsima
cox Scotty Rhoden Sandy Sanden on, Jim Godwin, Johnson Davis Betsy Matthew. Meng. Margie Dowllng Blackwell parents are residing at the KOA Mobile
In Chadburn N.C. Party Goode
Bryan Erwin, Bill Meng. Danny Waters Hartley, Nancy Darby Akridge, Connie Thornton Davis were accompanied by Mrs Ewell They Homes on US301-S. have bought the Half I Price
Second row Randy Joyner, Judy Alklre Moody, Bonnie Thomas Padgett. Ronnie Tomluuon. Carolyn Lawson who the weekend with W.E Middleton home on N. Walnut Office
Sandra Campbell Cullifer Ramona llarrell Griner, Dottie Rhoden Walker. spent Street and plan to move in the end of Shop
Mr,, and Mrs. Millard Jones in IIOW.Call St.
Kelly Cranford Beth Water Melanie Bradley Water, ." the month.
Pal Raley Pardee. Fifth row Glenn Hick. Jackie Campbell Wayne Ridgeland S.C.
Third row Brinson Savage, Jimmy Werre Stanley Wynn David Shannon Roger Chilion. Oral Tanner, Gene
West Sherry Dobbs Gordon Janelle Pollard Rene, Cogdlll. Robert Edwards,Joe Kaufkmaa and Larry Alva,
Beverly Crawford Walker,Sharon Noegel DeWitt, Bonnie res.
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Class Reunion I

Rev. and Mrs. Don Scheetz spent Frankie Z. Avery lecture will present an We Have A WideSIctionOf
Bradford High School 1967 class the weekend In Cuthbert. Ga. on psychic .
reunion was held Friday, Dec. 29, at attending the Demascus church phenomena at the Keystone HeightsWoman's
Club covered
the Starke Golf and Country Club with dedication. following the The
dish luncheon
attending Including classmates. IS on Tuesday, January

Renewal of old acquaintances was Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardy and The luncheon will TZ
begin at with
held from 5 to after which noon
p.m. daughter Sharon of Seattle Wash.
the '
Speaker to follow
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class picture was taken and a steak will arrive Monday for a weeks visit Ms. p m. L\
Avery a renowned
dinner was served. with his Mr. and Mrs. nationally
parents and ALL MEW
David Silcox, 1967 class president Charles Hardy and family. and lectures astrologer Monday through gives classes Friday 79 MODEL HOMES
introduced the guests: Mr. and Mrs.
Connie Clark, former principal, Mr. Clearance Sale in subjects ranging from Psychic
development and
and Mrs. Mike Sexton and Miss Della Astrology to
Rosenberg. at Leila's Gift Shop Dress & Hypnosis and Meditation. In Stock And A

Mr. Silcox called on Mr. Clark to 132 E.Call St If Interested In higher mind
call the class roll with each student Slarke.FIaLocal consciousness, Ms. Avery invites the Good Supply Of
getting up and saying a few things public to visit her studio at Third
about themselves. Orchard Bookstore. 1523 Cesery
admittances to Bradford
Janelle Pollard Reese and Beth Blvd., In Jacksonville. Used Homes
County Hospital this week include:
Scoggins Waters read the class pro- from StarkeMae Combs, Arthur Following the lecture at the
phecy. Pederson. Tina Sumner, Marjorie Woman's Club Avery will be giving
Robert Edwards of California was Allen, Myrtle Suits Elvira DeVoe, private readings in the studio of Ms. ALL USED HOMES
recognized as having traveled the Marie Dent. Call 473-4336 for an
Hugh Biggs, Joe Griffis, Armando
farthest, 2,500 miles, to attend. Ronnie appointment.Mr. .
Compano, Willa Hudson, David CARRY A1 YEARWARRAIITY
Crews was recognized as having the Thornton Vickie Brooks, Lollie King,
most children, four. ----------
Agnes Snead, CJ. Beck. William
Dancing was enjoyed from 9 p.m. tolam
Allen and Charles Fuqua Barbara
with The
music furnished by
George. Thelma McAdam and Kitty
Southern Knights from Keystone Scott of Hampton; Vickie Carter and and Mrs. John Schmidt and
Heights. Edward Rowe of Lawtey. family spent the past two weeks For The Ultimate In Manufactured Housing By Fleetwood
visiting her mother, Mrs.Marie Davis ,
and family in St. Louis, Mo. and his Models Available With Fireplace
< Christmas mother, Mrs. Louise Schmidt and
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I" Keystone $|Big Game Hunter Nets Rare Grand Slam I IHanllA"

I I e.tJITORIAlsn over a Mexican mountain r, .,
cliff white a guide kept tight hold on ,
his collar Don Morgan fired the shot i :
i -0. II LJ-/ that gave Mm a grand slam In Ng
H horn sheep hunting numbering the

Keystone Height sportsman among
I. the elite in big game hunting.To .

: Pluses come a grand slam means good
:1. bridge hand, but to Morgan, an avid
big game hunter, It Is the ultimate 4
With what one might consider a
: ; Some Minuses fanatical obsession Morgan went
t after his fourth trophy the hardest to
obtain of the four Dig homed sheep N7IUk

the Desert ram, to complete his four
species of North American wild
Millions of Americans may see no higher than fib per cent-they sheep, for his Grand Slam.

their purchasing power-the Each
hope. additional percentage The feat
rarely accomplished:
: amount of they have left
money point of unemployment means the most devoted hunters, took him
: to spend after taxes and inflation that roughly 900,000 American six years, thousands of travel miles I

! decline next year according: to lose their jobs. over the United Stales, to Canada, the '
I the government's latest Yukon and Alaska, and Into some of iJ ail' H 4P

I projections for 1979.It As pointed out in a recent serieson the most difficult and remote
the nation's economy, mountain ranges to stalk and meet his : 41 ir i i
quarry on own ground.
1SI1 t particularly cheerful published in The Christian I ___ _
news with which to usher in the Science Monitor these sobering The waiting period for the Mexican P

new year-but, as the old! saying forecasts, while grim enough for permit alone for the Desert ram hunt

goes-to be forewarned is to be all American families pose acute would have been enough discouragement ( .
forearmed. dilemmas for most, but for Morgan, it
for President Carter spurred his determination even more. :
and his
Apparently gone are the White administration. whose -
House hopes that inflation now goals seem to be colliding with After years of waiting for his name -- ---
each other in the first weeks of to be drawn for the much sought after
running about eight per cent at retained Keystone big game hunter Don Morgan shown with his trophy, the Desert Ram which gained him the GrandSU
he finally a Mexican I
the retail level might shrink to 1979. permit lawyer to get him in on the ground three trophies, Big narD Stone,and Dall Sheep.Ills latest m,will be added to his trophy wa U soon.

six or six and a half per cent io The President insists he will floor and through all the govern-

1979. trim the fiscal 1980 budget from mental red which tape! for goes this In coveted Mexico pieced forss.a Morgan silll has difficulty believing Impossible to get and they are were over 3,000 applications this year
paper .at that distance and which left for the six issued in
last year's roughly $40 billion n.After. one no extremely expensive. permits Arizona.
Instead as a result of OPECs level to $30 billion or less,though marring damage to the trophy head. Another reason is that there are California has banned all Big Horn or
latest oil price hike, plus the the the only around 7,000 Desert sheep In the Desert sheep hunting, he said.
this will permit was granted,
require $16 billionor
built-in slicing Morgan bagged his first sheep of the
inflationary factors oi' whole world. Mexico is the only
government made all arrangements four ,. the "Mexico considers It a big
more from current specie Dall, in the Alaska with moneymaker
higher minimum wage and social the hunting party which Included country a decent population, he said
government "But how for a wilderness In 1972; went after his stated.In though, Morgan. They
security taxes in 1979 a higher programs. guide, two cooks, two water boys, two second species, the Stone, in 1973 In Issued SO permits this year
be cut 'the Nevada alone there 400
can deficit when he were over
food two of
packers, spotters, one
rate of inflation seems inevitable. the Yukon; and the third the Big
This means that the Federal also promises tax rebates to which was a licensed graduate Horn In 1975 which was killed in applicants for Just one permit. There The Big'Horn Hunting Associationwas
Amencans who bold their wage biologist and a horse rangier. This Alberta Canada.He formed in 1931! and by 1943
Reserve Board is likely to push increases below seven if did not include tips which varied as to became the thing among hunters. By
interest rates already near their inflation percent, Job importance on the expedition. described the long horned beastsas 1945 the territory more or less openedup
historic highs, to even greater soars" above that level as graceful and cunning with tremendous County Agent'sNotebook and the Grand Slam Club of the
heights in an effort to cool forecast? the Monitor asks. Morgan explained that all the food eyesight. "Just to see one is \ North American Sheep Hunters
inflationary fires. and main campside supplies were a challenge," he said since they are fJ Association published its first book of
President Carter's anti-inflation provided by the government. After Inclined to spook easily and are only record holders.

Such the of the effort involves not only budgetand getting set up, the major portion of the found In the highest wilderness BVBobby
a move on part
hunting party remained In camp country. Last year 225 Grand Slam record
spending austerity but also
Fed is expected to force a a while he, his guide and the spotters holders were listed In the whole world
slowdown in the booming housing tight monetary or credit, policy took off for the high country by foot to He pointed out that the Stone and Taylor Morgan stated. He hopes, after

industry. Economists with the by the Federal Reserve Board, look for his prey, the Dall are known as the thin horns of Pboae: M4-4UM Extension zot registering his last trophy, to fall
National Association:: of HomeBuilders voluntary wage and price the species. Their horns grow into under the 230 mark.A .
restraint, and a massive "We spotted him on the third day wider flaring curls than the Big Horn
predict only 1.5 million out" said Morgan recalling the and the Desert rams whose horns are friend of Mor an's, Joe Shaw of
housing starts this year as program-in coorperation with events of the trip. "We went back to recognized as chunkier and more When you miss two columns, its Alaska, who joins Morgan on many of
compared with 1978s estimated West Germany, Switzerland, and the main camp that night and made massive and tend to curve or curl difficult to report all the things that his hunting expeditions, has already
1.95 million new units.A Japan-to bolster the dollar. preparation to stay on the mountainthe closer to the side of the head. need to be talked about in the next gotten his Grand Slam and is listed as
next night." he said. Then on the one. I won't try to go into detail this number 210.
housing slowdown would, of Another painful quandary for fifth day, they started down the Trophies are rated according to the week, but will mention some
at six In length and circumference of their These are not the only trophies
canyon themorning. killed of
the Carter administration the highlights things that may be of
course affect millions of workersin him around noon that day," said horns. Age Is determined by how interest to which adorn the walls of Morgan'strophy
the huge construction Monitor points out. concerns Morgan. much of the horn has been "broomed you room. He has a mammouth elk

industry, including steel. lumber energy. Nearly 60 per cent of all off,"The older they are the more horn The weather has been a topic of which he killed In Colorado in 1963, a
wood, glass, electrical suppliesand oil pumped from American wells Morgan pointed out that the reasona Is worn or rubbed off by the ram' conversation for the last two weeks. black bear, killed in 1949 and a
would is price-controlled which makesit graduate biologist had been sent himself purposely in order not to Seemed like we had fall temperaturesand beautiful speciman of a deer, baggedin
eventually affect about $5 barrel along on the hunting expedition was to Interfere with his eyesight and, no appreciable rain till Christmas 1946. He also has several caribou
associated! industries such as a cheaper than verily the age of the ram he had peripheral vision, Morgan explained. time. This spell was finally broken antlers, moose and deer hides
furniture, wallpaper carpeting, imported oil. chosen and to make sure that the ram last week with some rain and our first scattered around.
paint, and other items. was past his reproductive The Big Horn is the largest of the hard freeze. ,
many years '
Because Americans are thus before he was given the go-ahead for species sheep up to 300 pounds. The Asked what his next c lallenge'"Wouldtltrt"Morga"nepbed
shielded from the full cost of the the kill. Desert not ss heavy !due to I It'shard to determine d4mag rIo d that{ he
If wages fail to keep up'with ,the,'severity ,of.its. desert, bitat.: !'pl ants jmrnediattl1.fafte1'la"; < freeze &,would jpfcobably try to get all 2& of thetjf .;/
inflation millions ofgAmericaafamilies rM/ petroleum, many waste this This done;-Morgarc fixed his sights >1 QlIaQ.&a 1M It>..t.. {pause a nuiQhj ,MifjiclfcrJHMeA' N energy with moisture, plant MUi"or },
source no or icy
at the lower end of
the horned But the
on big ram with his 1 "It'tan as as gaining Super
throughout life without condition and whether the
income scale:: will be forced to what tomorrow might bring. As Browning seven millimeter rifle. ever drinking go water." said Morgan temperature rises too rapidly after Grand Slam, which is 17 out of the 19 .
spend more on necessities-food, U.S. drivers demand more From an almost straight down explaining that they get most of theirfluids the freeze.It big horned sheep in the world Morgan
I fuel. medical care, and housingand gasoline-as they have done position, with Morgan hanging out by eating cactus pulp and feels that would be a bit expensive.
over a mountain cliff while l his guide looks like we might have had
less consistently since the 1973 Arab feeding early in the morning while the
on discretionary items oil embargo-oil kept a tight hold on his collar, he fired dew is still heavy. more damage to some crops last week "That Is. a rich man's sport" he
or so-called luxuries. the one shot that downed the beast than I had thought. Some greens and said.
necessarily rise because domestic some 500 meters away. 'The Desert sheep is the most cabbage showed a lot of damage while

Also on the non-cheering side is American production is difficult trophy to capture'and is the others don't seem to be hurt. His other three tropics which led
a report from Dr. James shrinking. Morgan explained that when one that most hunters give up on. up
Slam be
Some of our strawberry fields had a to the Grand can now seen
Simpson, livestock economist Leaders shooting this far away and from that ")fie of the reasons is because of good bit of fruit and bloom before the hanging in Morgan's den of his Lake
with the University of of other industrial angle,you must aim below the target. Geneva home.Fire .
Florida. the difficulty: in getting the permit freeze. This fruit and bloom will be
The cartridge,which was hand loaded
who predicts nations, where oil prices are said. "Permits almost lost
prices on meat in Morgan are even though strawberry plants
by Morgan himself, entered at the
the much higher than in the U.S. should not be hurt.
next few years "higher than are base of the horn and went through the
people ever imagined. As a urging Mr. Carter to raise the ram's neck.A perfect shot! One whichIFORESTRV :Seedling Packet Actually, the freeze or at least DamagesLu's
result he foresees a resurgenceof price of U.S. oil to the world colder temperatures could be good for

synthetic "meat" and blended level, thus prompting Americans Sale Set the strawberry crop. Too much early TavernLu's
beef as substitutes for steaks and to use less fuel, and lessening the -. Saturday plant growth can cause problems and
roasts. demand for OPEC oiL hurt production later in the year. I'll
Packets seedlings will be on sale talk about this later.
by the Florida Division of Forestry
I On the economic front, in the Viewing all these problems it is tJ'. InBradford Saturday,Jan. 13,starting at 9 a.m. at Its too early to determine if our Tavern at Kingsley Lake, a
I first days of the new year there hard to maintain an optimistic '.- Co. the Bradford County agricultural ornamental plants and fruit trees landmark since "boom town" days at
, was little immediate relief in attitude about 1979. But the basic : center on US-301 North in Starke and have damage. My guess is that most Camp Blanding, was heavily
from the strengths of the vast American by Tim La Belle the Union County courthouse in Lake will not show damage or affects when damaged by fire Thursday night Dec.
long list of Butler. growth resumes in the spring. If you 21. while the present operators, Lu
problems now preoccupying economy-almost three times the Each packet will contain do see damage, one suggestion is to and Kenneth Rivers, had closed shop ...
investors. The volatile size of Japan's, and larger than SEEDLING PACKET SALE seedling trees-two each of dogwood.eight delay pruning until spring. to attend a bingo game.

combination of revived inflation. the combined economies of the The Division of Forestry will hold redbud spruce pine, and sycamore, Cold weather doesn't usually show a
a slumping dollar and fears of nine.member European its annual seedling packet sale this and will sell for tl. The seedlings are direct affect on our livestock but it The fire is to have started
from electrical
an short in the
recession provided the Economic Community, must not Saturday, January 13. Each of the bare root and should be planted as does produce stress to the animals. above the downstairs kitchen.ceiling David
back packets,300 packets offered here will soon as possible after purchase.
for a chaotic 1978 in be overlooked.In contain eight seedlings, made of Their energyneeds are higher and Baldwin clerk in a convenience store
market and nothing has two each of the following species up : The packets will be sold on a first extra feed is needed. Stressed across the street saw the glaze bursting

happened yet to relieve these the last two years, in a Spruce pin Dogwood Sycamore, camel first served basis as long as disease animals and are pests also like more lice susceptible and out from under the attic and
conditions in 1979. remarkable show of strength the and Redbud. Total cost for all eight is "' reported it about 7-30 p.m.
American only one dollar and planting instructions There isn't much green grazing for
has created
economy will be provided. ; (f1rua(1[ ( cattle this year but there is, a good The call was answered by the
Adding to the uncertainty, 7.1 million new jobs absorbing an supply of hay. Several cattlemen have Kingsley Lake Volunteer Fire

Treasury Secretary Blumenthal ever-growing labor force and Sounds like a good deal., doesn't it? ( [n: called me to say they have extra hay Department and the unit from Camp
predicts the U.s. economy will reducing unemployment. Nearly, For those of you who are not familiar for sale.&U Blanding. who contained the fire to
with this the sale is held at the upstairs rear rooms of the tavern
grow only about 2.5 per cent in 60 per cent of work-age annually By William S. Haas CattlemenT and kept it from
Center. This spreading to two
the Agricultural .
Meet Tonight
1979. down
from earlier Americans still hold
White jobs-a is Just north of the State Farmers Service OfficerAn other nearby buildings, one of them
House projections of 3 to 3.5 per record high for the U.S.. and Market on US-301. Starke. The sale The Bradford-Union Cattleman'sAssociation the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Rivers.
cent. In fast-growing American higher than almost any other will begin at 9 a.m., and due to will have Its first meetingof Departments from Bradford County
industry a growth rate of only industrial nation in the world. demand and supply limitations, each increase from $17.500 to $25,000 the new year at 7:30 p.m. tonight and Middleburg arrived later but
) the
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buyer will be limited to two packets. the maximum guaranty for (Thursday. January found the fire already under control.
2.5 per cent is nothing to shout But hanging over all this is the as Agricultural Building in Starke.
Administration (VA home
about. "terrible cloud of inflation," Now you may be wondering what Veterans loans is one at several important) New officers for the year are Ray The building is owned by New King.

affecting everyone's decision. the purpose of the sale is. Granted it features of the "Veterans Housing Norman. president;; Ray Crawford sley Beach. Inc.. of which Byron j
Lukewarm growth of this kind making process and dimming the is good public relations for us, the Benefits Act of 1978"... vice-president:, and Royce Joyner (Buster) Paul, of Jacksonville, is "
is not enough to keep everyone at futures of us all. It remains thenation.s Division of Forestry, to offer this kind The legislation also permits certain secretarytreasurer.State president. Damage was estimated la- i
work and White House officials of deal, but that is a secondary benefit severely disabled veterans to obtain a a report by the Clay County SherlCf's '
number one problem The real purpose of the sale it to VA grant of up to $30,000 to buy or directors are Fred Mueller Office at $2.000. :
concede that unemployment, now which must be solved before the celebrate Arbor Day, Jan. 19. This Is adapt a residence to meet their and John Woodley.

at 5.8 percent of the labor force nation can be considered to be on the day we Americans pay tribute to special needs. VA grants for these Bradford County directors are .
will creep above six per cent but an even keeL the tree\one of the gifts of nature that called "wheelchair homes" were Jerry Whitehead. Wilbur Andrewsand Swine Producers
was ana is instrumental in building formerly limited to J2S.OOO. George Cardin.
this country as well as providing Vietnam Era veterans now need to
I beauty for generations to behold. have served only 90 days on active Union Directors are John Woodley, Meeting Jan. 18
., "ADfORD in Florida, celebrate James Stalnaker and Jimmy Brown.A .
JRIQ't cOJmiligrqlt Every year we duty one day of which must have
Arbor Day on the third Friday in been during the period of August 5, good program is planned for the Annual '
ACTkH e1p January.In 1964 and May 7, 1975. to be eligible: ( for meeting. Dr. Jim Pennmgton, one ofour Bradford-Union Membership! Swine supper Producers of the
these VA benefits.The new law brings local veterinarians, will be the Association will '
Ow sr conclusion let's take a short look the eligibility requirements for speaker the Bradford Thurs.! Jan. W at '
0 at what we receive from trees. Trees Vietnam veterans in line with those In Starke. County Extension office '
farm forest which are home for the for World War II and Korean Conflict twine Producer ;
r CrI N BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER bird and beast. The forest floor holds veterans.The legislation also permits To Meet Jan.IS There will be ,' '
the torrential rain back which conserves VA to guarantee loans for energy The Bradford-Union Swine supper and i
membership dues !
Publisher that water for man's use.Their related home Improvements, Producer have also been active. should be paid then.

roots hold precious topsoil in place. including installation of solar heatingand They have Just received, about 70 C will be JinTWershowof
;; Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matterat Their leaves, fruits and sterna yield cooling systems. la addition the entries for the swine show to be held the University of Florida. Werahow I'
: mediciiM*. protect crops, law authorizes VA to guarantee loans at the Bradford County Fair March will speak how .a:
on to ,
the Post Offfc at Stark. Fla. under Act of March 1 argo and make work : adjust ,your
3. food easier. for ,converted condominiums as of 28. I'm will make an extra' fanning and record keeping J
made Into lumber pulp and chemicals July I. 1m. effort to make a big show a success. make sizeable tax savings.JJ system to
Subscription rate In trade area '7 Pr Year '4 Six Months from which over five thousand Another significant section of the
., other products are derived They help legislation restructures: VA's mobile J They will also have their first Anyone Interested In the swine ,
Outside ride.ara: 'S Per Your: '{" SIx Months. provide the oxygen we breathe, and home loan program setting a 'l7soo meeting next Thursday night.Jan. 18, industry invited to attend. : ,
the beauty and serenity they provide k1a ,maximum and extending the at the Agricultural Building in Starke. .,
: a arevakiecbeyond price So. show your maximum loan term for single-wide They will have a dinner meeting and Dinner reservations can: be made by J'
Phone 084-6305 Stark* Florida anion on January 19 by plant mobile homes to Of teen (1S1 years an an outstanding: program.. I'll diacuu calling 4WV-2M1 by 4. p.m,Wednesday .'1' '
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Recommendation Is To Uphold Firing Of Starke Fireman

After presiding over a January .4 i ;
heating on the dismissal of former "IUI irrefutable that on Sept 27,1978' before the confrontation, but Sapp ;%t.rh .
Starke fireman John Ramsey Mr. Ramsey first refused to sign! testified he fired Ramsey only after .1
attorney j.j. "Jess" Wolbert Friday written reprimand..and physically the 'physical assault.' '
submitted written recommendation accosted his Immediate supervStr In a statement of cause for the
for the Starke City Commission to .y..x. 4vry'' EMI and directed an obscenity to him M firing, Sapp said both Ramsey and i
uphold the Sept 27, 1978 firing. testified to by Chief Sapp and Mr. Crews became angry when given the
The City Commission will vote on Ramsey himself." reprimands, and he tried to calm t7 4iw
whether to re-Instate Ramsey at Itsregular Wolbert further justified his. Ramsey down, with no success. Sapp ; !
meeting Jan. 16. recommendation by pointing out that further said Ramsey wadded up the '. '
Ramsey was dismissed Sept 27 .4' department heads of city employees reprimand, threw It at him, and said
after refusing to sign a written .r are charged with hiring and firing he would get an attorney and take the
reprimand concerning an Improper within their departments, as well as matter to tho city council.
hookup at the Sept 13 Call Street fire, being responsible for running their The statement went on to say thatas
and forcibly removing Fire Chief departments using their best Sapp was heading upstairs, "he
Eldon Sapp from a station stairway Judgement i.e. "fighting the fire bY (Ramsey) came at me and grabbedme
according to hearing the means and manner most by the collar and shook me..1
Ransey and Sapp. Ramsey testimony has been<< -. acceptable to him." ,rf requested policeman to go upstairs h 5
Although fireman Crews was and have John leave the 1
seeking reinstatement since the ; Ramsey
Attorney J.J. 'Jets' Wolbert servedas t
incident. examiner obstructed from viewing the;;' premises," Sapp said when the
The basis for Wolbert's Ramsey hearing hearing, daring and afterward the Jan. 4 confrontation Sept. 27, all testimony1concurred policeman, Alan Baxter, and Ramseywere
recommendation Is stated near the recommended on the fact that 'words'.' leaving, Ramsey directed an
end of the letter, reading "absent Ramsey remain fired. were exchanged' between Sapp and obscenity at the fire chief.
showing of a need for self-defense, Ramsey, and Rhoden testified he saw Ramsey testified that he did in .
there can be no set of circumstanceswhich Ramsey pull Sapp from the stairway fact, 'forcibly remove Sapp' but --"- !
permit which leads to the upstairs sleeping added since he was already fired and Dismissed Starke fireman John Ramsey listens while Fire
an employee to strike or concerning use of a live-men: hose Chief EUon Sapp.
,otherwise molest his employer or or two 2 1-2 Inch hoses, a matter of already quarters.told Ramsey him testified Sapp had admittedly very angry, It didn't really foreground, awaits another question from hearing examiner J.JJess' Wolt I
supervisor." he was flied twice matter,, bert.
Richard Wolbert opinion according to Ramsey, but ...... .-.. __ .... ,_ .-A.. "..;, .-. .-.. .-.. ... - - a
Attorney Welty, concluded the merits of the
representing Ramsey and Wolbert reprimand were immaterial to the
directed questions to four witnesses case. In his letter he state there was
during the hour long bearing no qualified expert to testify who was
Including fireman Dennis Rhoden right or wrong, but he added "I am
who with Ramsey was the first to hard put to question the reliability of .
arrive at the Call St. fire,and fireman the Fire Chief of Starke. who has
Tim Crews, who also was issued a served In that capacity for 20! years & .: ,
reprimand that he at first refused but and has broad experience in fire
later consented to sign. fighting,over the opinion of a fireman
The reprimand rmultad from a who graduated from the Ocala Fire J
disagreement at the scene of the fire College in December of 1977..
between Sapp and Ramsey Wolbert concluded in the letter that FABRiC SHOPS

I Cap & Gown Measurements To Be Taken __ __ ___ _

Measurements for cape and gowns measurements are taken Miss
to be worn by Bradford High Walnwright says.
graduating seniors next June will be "It is important that everybody be
taken Tuesday, Jan. 16, from 8:30: measured because we can't have the
a.m. to '12:30: p.m. in the BUS representative very long" Miss I
auditorium, according to Class Vice- Wainwright states, stressing that I
President Irene Wainwright every senior expecting to graduate be I
Cap and gown rental will cost $8.25 present for cap and gown
and must be paid when measurements Tuesday, Jan 18.

I Surplus Property Sale Set Jan. 24 '.11.,I ; .'
A local spot bid sale will be held at typewriters, paints, chemicals, I '\"' k.
the Defense Property Disposal Office, electronic test benches, sound and
Jacksonville, on Jan. 24 with bidder photographic equipment, and
registration beginning at 7:30: a.m. pickups.
and with the sale starting at 8:30: a.m. Property will be available for
The general public Is. invited to inspection-during the hours of 8 a.m. I t PolyesterStart'trie
attend. to 3 p.m. daily beginning Jan. 18 with I 1'
Included in the sale are: carryall, the exception of weekends. Details _
video tape recorder sedans; may be obtained by phoning 772-3411,
automotive tires, lockers bunk beds. ;

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i ; Integrated Pest Management Being Developed ," ,

I" H To Cut Down Use Of Chemical Pesticides

O/UNSSVUJLE/ : After decades of practices to mh mice peat deYeIGptnCQU..1IC applications man necessary to protectthe I
'! nth. oa ch .Kl pteflctdes as the meet. natural enemies crop. Not only did these broad- Y }
1 solo woapwt against crop p *ts, such as parasites or disease spectrum pesticides kill non-target
I frill ,ewers ar*tvpMAg to a new pathogens, breeding resistant crop organisms but also the elimination of
i cr.heed wmhod k..." as YNegratedprWwaweaeM varieties and using pesticides as one pest can upset the ecological
UPkt)that reduce ttee ed.By balance and another organism which
, .J. the eeud. kc peiYddea, saws .wro treating" crops as needed was previously not harmful can !
;t':''it' sand JII"'MdS the ,f'" instead of routinely by the calendar- emerge as a pest" 7 rte
{ .. JI IC .4 Uatretsity RPM can often cut protection costs by Finally restrictions by the U.s.
I, f\In.ta '*VTHA > taeasrs is ttbprca reducing the amount of pesticide used Environmental Protection Agency
; i,. t ..1M greases, around the stale.E and the number eI applications." he EPA) on the use of many pesticides
Tl the kw abates .considered harmful to people and the
; a *t'* a s eaergy crop
tatw 'ceN.aat8rri! eI the 1\1I_. IPMar The move toward IPM has been environment are also a major factor
several behind the switch to IPM
prompted by problems programs.
.", t: ehoc"! ..i cwMhMang eyertapropesb resulting from _heavy dependence on Johnson says some growers are
;.,1 i M CIIIIW.,rest*?,. ---1IDrS. i saptearo chemical pesticides in the past These switching because the overall IPM l
| anJ naimrt. Include, Johnson explains environmental program leads to more efficient dwhl
'..J'. ;; ..S*..*!f.. IPM nests to decrease contamination problems production techniques and an
\', ttbe hdsyea.lseC ea bides as the caused by the heavy use of persistent increase in net profits. r h,
. WKfeaam*"'fw p *control. Instead chemicals and gradually Increasing IPM programs In citrus relying on '
1 i 11III nrorr* ore two eradicate: pests insect resistance to commonly used tiny wasps to control various scale Ir
i insects and a fungus disease called ,
wsdtlh a4Cbs IPM a aimed alrnargg pesticides.
, s...M..r at feu holding down populatfenns cycles. some I insects can develop allowed growers curtail the number .
! t* levels' that are not resistance to chemicals in just a few of annual spray. applications by 20 to .w't H
! KvmwMCiaShr damaging (o the crop," years rendering some insecticides .. SO percent.r p \,
i : 7datt Dr Freddie Johnson assistHt totally ineffective. Pest resistance-', Similarly at a time when leafmlner _
' irttfnaor with the UFi Institute generally leads to anjaertsrse in tho pests were rapidly developing _
I 1 it Food and Agricultural ..SciencesBy amount o.pestictfles applied, and a resistance to one new insecticide after
1 vif'.kSl SOMIy 'search for newer, more another the encouragement of a
I ; reducing the need,iet""" effective chemicals. Once a pest naturally-occurring wasp Is providing
j pe mmlean-based pesticides as well as becomes resistant to a particular effective control of the pest in Florida
On'M' atyhcatlon to the crop we can chemical its population may increase celery fields greatly reducing the Art Students to Exhibit Work Today, FridayArt I
expect to reduce energy consumption very rapidly Jonnson points out need for costly pesticide applications.By .
M a major way. And. of course, it's aIII Misues chemicals. also has switching to IPM programs
easier on the environment" fie contributed to the problem. "Since developed by IFAS researchers students .f Bradford High will present their first The public Is.Invited to a(tend between the hours of 8:30
adds.JotnKit. pesticides have been relatively soybean farmers in the Florida semester work la am exhibit today and tomorrow says the success of IPMdrpeahdsona inexpenslve-and easy to apply) he Panhandle have saved as much as$10 day and Friday.Jan. 11-12)lathe Bits library.
"balanced" approach (fo explains, 'some growers have per acre in pesticide costs and Approximately ZM Hems will be on display, featuring
pest control using Improved cultural resorted to a high number of pesticide increased yields by four or five primarily 2-dImenslonal work:pencil drawing( ,pen 4k Ink Bradford High Students were eating'In what appeared
bushels per acre. Peanut farmers drawing paintings, collages, posters\ a ad linoleum block to be a new building.when they came back to school laItTt.
..-.. --- --,--_. .- using IPM have increased their yield prints. Vlckl Sheffield and Karen William are hard at after renovation of the school's cafeteria was completed -
\.. by as much as 400 pounds per acre, work la the photo above carving1 Unoleum blocks for over the Chrlstmai break, including the mural
Johnson says. printing. Tornadoes lettering on the back ..all.MONOGRAM .
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Prt.Johnny A Lee. son of Mr and Pvt Earl T.Bedford son of Mr.and C oHeB
Mrs. Ralph Lee of Starke recently Mrs. Jimmy Martin Starke. recentlyas
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underwent basic training and now is where he took basic training and AITPvt LONG GRAINRICE ROSE ALIE
canpleting i AIT Bedford entered the Army 79'C
Pvt Lee entered the Army in September.1978.:He is a 1977 graduate
November I97X He is a 1977 graduate of the Bradford-Union Vocational SWEET ,
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by Dolores Meng Liverpool Ohio as ueea.. They arc HAMPTON 9/REA\ NEWS gravy rice green peas, peach cinnamon roll mUk.
Phone 468-I t5 visiting their parents Virginia and cobbler roil milk.,
Lawrence Cosgrove of Waldo,who are :Ft"1 FRIDAY.Jan. l...Fiahwleh.cote elaw.
Inauguration Parade members of the club. Mr and Mrs. Gainesville airport Hampton Elementary News THURSDAY Jan. I.-Pizza, garden Mackeyed peat, hot grits dream bar.
William Schaub of Crescent City also Lori Stone la glad to be back I l salad buttered corn pear half, milk.COMMUNITY.
The Bradford County inaugural attended this meeting. again. Her parents Bill and;:' New Students
band participated In the Mrs. Josephine Fontaine returned Stone drove to Charlotte S.C. lass'
parade on January 2 of Governor Bob home on Saturday via Amtrak train, week where Lori had spent some these. Jody Hagemes was welcomed in -dc' NEWSby
Graham's inauguration In following two weeks of visiting with with her aunt and other /"/u,, Mrs. Jean Clark's first grade wass
Tallahassee. Among band members her sons Mr and Mrs. Tom Fontaineand Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver have r.: last week. She formerly lived In North Elizabeth Walker pm. Prayer Meeting each Tuesday ai
from this area who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fontaine returned home from a week' }l Carolina. Phone 904-6613 7:30: p.m. McKay's Circle will meet at
Brian Clark, Jerry Wadsworth and their families in Oxford vacation In Ft. Lauderdale. They., .I Cassie Riddick and Gene Joyner. Mrs. Connecticut The scenery there was visited Vera's sister Mrs. Margaret 1( Jacksonville as a new student in Mrs. Dell Chapter Its OES: The regular Blje's Circle win meet at the
Ruth Riddick accompanied the group lovely, but the weather was very cold, Crews also their daughter and son-in''-s Carole Stevenson's seventh grade monthly meeting will be held tonight residence of Mrs. Mamie Mitchel at
as a chaperone and marched along in so Josephine appreciated the 70 law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gehron ana' (Thursday, Jan 11)) at 7:30 pm. All 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Story Hour is
the parade with them. Before degree temperature when she arrived sons. They were happy to see their .' Teacher Intern members are asked to be present. Thursday at : at the church
returning home they enjoyed dinner back home. Her friends, Evelyn four grandsons who were home from ,j The Junior Users Board will
at Morrison's Cafeteria Vaughan and William Lahn, met her school for the holidays and had*:V\. Miss Debbie Edwards of Starke \18 Girl: Scouts Brownie Troop 352 rehearse at 6:30: p.m. Friday. The
In Waldo and surprised her by great time with them. '::..$f, working as a Teacher Intern with the meets each Monday at 3:30: p.m. in the Little Church will meet Saturday at
Senior Citizens bringing along her little dog.Queenie. Mrs. Mariam Brown and sonsu.r*k first grade class.She is also attending IUE complex. Mrs. B.J. Lennon and S:30: p.m. A Sunday School teacher's
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Hall Gerald Steven and Leslie and Mttll. 'i music classes at Jacksonville Mrs.Sarah Morris are the leaders All meeting Is set Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club returned last week after spending the and Mrs. Eugene Meng and Angela..*:' University and hopes to become a parents are asked to cooperate with The Junior Choir will rehearse
had a good meeting on January 5 with holidays with R.G. Scott and family in spent Sunday In St. Augustine. They*Y teacher in elementary education. The these leaders. The girls need the help Saturday at 6:30: p.m. Sunday School \
Wilbur and Marie Cosgrove from Billings Montana. They flew from the enjoyed a birthday dinner honoring f*',;i teachers and students are happy to of all interested: adults. 9:30: a,m. Morning Worship II a.m. ,
Viola Gray and Sandra Boston at the>>V' have her with them! Junior Troop 684 meets each The Deaconess Board will meet at :5
home of Lloyd and Millllee Arlege. Tuesday at 3:30: p.m. In the EducationBuilding p.m, Sunday. Evening Wonhlp 6 p.m. I
ANNOUNCING i. Vision Testing at Greater Allen Chapel Ebeneier Baptist Church: Bible
Congratulations ', AME Church.Dr. Study each Tuesday at 6:30: p.m.
'M: Vision testing for Kindergartners Martin Luther King Jr. The Prayer Meeting each Thursday at '
Shirley and Charles Jones are the%, first and fourth graders as well as Bradford High School Gospel Chorus 6:30: p.m. The Community Boys Club
proud parents of their daughter'} Title I and special education students will sponsor a program In honor of Dr. of Ebenezer is asked to meet Saturday
MANAGEMENT Charley Elaine, born January 6 atiffi\ Is being conducted this week at the King's 50th birthday Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. at 3 pm. All interested boys are f
Shards 1I000pitaJ, and weighing 6 lbs'4 Joz. | school. Mrs. Cathy Williams Mrs. Greater Allen Chapel AME Church. Invited to attend. Sunday School 9:30 '1
m I Jolene Fries and Mrs. Carolyn Slater The public is Invited to attend. a m. All deaconesses are asked to I
Happy Birthday to Michael William,'!I are conducting this program to discuss business Sunday at 4 p.m. i
Meng who turned 17 on January 6. Ills determine whether students have CHURCH ACTIVITIES: free Canaan True Church'God In ,
STARKEMOTOR brother, William Michael of SL normal vision. Christ Tarrying Services are held I
Petersburg, celebrated his 80th The First Born Church of the Living each Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Prayer
birthday on the same day. Lunch Menu Cod wishes to welcome a new pastor Service Is held each Friday at 7:30: \
Happy Birthday to Alice Faye Jan. ISIS Elder Gary Cohen, nephew of former p m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning \
Waters who celebrated on January 9. pastor Elder Samuel Cohen. New Worship II a.m. Evening Worship 6 :
Hampton must have been quite a MONDAY, Jan. Hamburger on service hours are as follows: Bible '
COURT city at the turn of the century! It was bun, lettuce tomato pickle french Study each Friday at 6:30 p.m. pm.Greater Allen Chapel AMK Church: !
interesting to !note in last week's fries grapefruit section, milk. Tarrying Services each Friday at 7:30: Dinners will be sold from the kitchen '
Telegraph that in 1898 news was p.m. Pastoral Sunday Is each second Saturday. Sunday School 10 ..m: ,
printed in "The Hampton Orange TUESDAY Jan U-Baked ham, and fourth Sunday. Sunday School 10 Morning Worship II a.m. '
739 N. Temple Ave. 964-7143 Leaf' newspaper. Now it is quite a .' candied yams turnip greens fruit a.m. Morning Worship 11:30: a.m.
project to gather enough news for a cup, corn bread, milk. Evening Service 7 p.m. YPCW 6 p.m.
small weekly column! WEDNESDAY; Jan U-Hamburger Full regular services are held also on
the first and third Sunday with the Southsidef
pastor in attendance. Everyone is
invited to hear this truly wonderful ;
young man of God School News
Pleasant Grove United Methodist \
Church: The Young Choir rehearses Dates to remember: January 19 is
each Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. Prayer the end of the third six-weeks! grading
Meeting each Wednesday at 7 p.m. period.January. ,
Sunday School 10! a.m. only. 29, report cards go home. i
,Ml. Morlah United Methodist January 26, teacher planning day I
Church: Regular services will be held with no school for students that day.
next Sunday Sunday School only. Results of the State Assessment ,
Mt Zion AME Churchs Sunday Tests, which were given in October \
H A .. School 10 a.m. Lovefeast Service II 1978 to students in grades three and
a.m. Communion Service 4pm, Choir five are now in the hands of the third I
No. I rehearses each Tuesday at 7:30: and fifth grade teachers. All parents "
of" students In these grades ul South- I
p.m.Church of God In Christ Sunday side are invited to contact their child's ,
School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship teacher to arrange an appointment to ;I
11:30 a.m. Elder Williams will deliver discuss the test results and to receivea ;
the message. Communion will be written copy of their child's test to
given in the morning service. YPWWat take home. Any parent who does not l
6:30 p.m. with Sister Jimmie come to receive their copy prior to i
Thomas in charge Evening Worship January 29. will have the test results '
: 7:30 p.m. Bible Band is set Tuesday at sent home with, their child's six-week f
f 7 p.m. with Sister Ruby Mae Fisher report card. All parents are
presiding. Prayer and pastoral encouraged and urged to come talk to '
kcrf ASSORTED teaching is scheduled Friday at 7:30: the teacher& thereby receive more! '
pm. meaningful information This lest is '
BONELESS BEEF ( CHOPS L Antioch Missionary Baptist very important because it may affect '
srorn Church: Prayer Meeting each whether a child in these two grades !
ROUNDSTEAK' NI Thursday at 7:30: p.m. Sunday School will be promoted at the end of this i
xfli to a.m. Morning Worship 11 am. The school year '
i r LI3 aB -l "_ ICI choir will\ sing at Starke Nursing January .through--.htntJMr'-' tut." L\ ,
Home at 2 p.m. Sunday Evening visual screening will' be conducted ulSnuthKide ",
Worship 6 p.m. involving all student in
New Bethel Baptist Church: There. kindergarten, second fourth all.Title
g $178 1' ate w LS 1 COMMODORE BRAND will be a business meeting Friday. I students in kindergarten through/
Jan. 12. at 8 p.m. All members are fifth grades, and all special education
BREADED FISHASSORTMENT asked to be present. Choir No. 1 will students. >
rehearse Saturday at 6 p.m. Sunday I.I'M'IIMKMMOMMY. ; I
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Brooker Newsby w ? JROTC y I Christian Music Concert Set;- Free to PublicAn

lvl evening of Christian music Miss McKinney Burton Is said to
p [ l- Held Dec. 20 I featuring Eddie and Pat MeKlnraoy have found an entertainment ca
Jesnette Prescott Burton from Nashville Tennessee meaningless. until She fay
Phea 4SS-mS and Debbie Kay from Jacksonville accepted: Christ Het hubad
will be presented at Bradford High writer and gulteri
The Parents Group of
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WEDDING ANNIVERSARY School this January 27. I
tampering with
Rev.and Mrs. Herst..1 A. Markham Reserve Officer Training Corps gave alcohol .nd the uroallrappta
the JROTC cadets of Bradford
celebrated their 25th High
wedding All seats are free and is go along with lonltness! untlf
School a Christmas party and dance everyone I ,
anniversary Monday, January 1, A Wednesday, Dec. 20, with Gene ., Invited to attend this first in a series of friends drew him into a discussion,
was at the home of
reception given
concerts of contemporary Christian the scriptures. Now over 90 ,
vl Tanner supplying the music and all percent>
Mr. and Mrs. Cox of Brooker.
Tommy present having a good time. f music with the message that "Jesus to Eddie Burton songs are about Jes_
Hostesses for the occasion
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Joy. deepest desire Is to take .
Markham Michael Markham, Gale The cadets also'donated $125 worthof The concert to set Saturday Jan.27, the message of the gospel to the J
Markham Juanita Adams, Linda new toys to Toys for Tots. at 7:30: p.m. in the BHS auditorium.. people. |
Cox, Lucy Edwards. Patsy Edwards, t -
Inez Green, Johnnie Green, Shirley On the same night the parents had a : '?
Green! Dolly Harrell Mildred drawing for a turkey donated by ";N.]
Narreli and Linda Robinson. Piggly Wiggly The winning ticket
Guests were received at the door was drawn by LL C. John Smith, 4 All three groups of youth held their wm be served. All the young j
and signed register In the foyer by JROTC teacher at BHS with the -.--- .-..... -. first meeting of the new year last Sun- youth group are asked to Iadi5ti-
the Markham's three children, Gale, winner being Clere Covington of 1226 Debbie Kaye day evening. Snack supper was dozen cookies and the young
Michael and Joy. The Markham I Rev. It Mrs. Herschel Markham Larry St., Starke. ton, .. served by Mrs. Frank Poreca and to bring a can of punch The film win
greeted their guests In the living daughter of the winner accept the .... _. Mrs. Virginia Myers. be entitled "Run To The Sea".
room. covered with a white brocade MOOT- coupon for the turkey from Chuck Following the snack and business Following next Sunday Morning's
Mrs. Markham wore a silver blouse length cloth. Inez and Johnnie Green Colbert chairman of the JROTC meetings the youth enjoyed a film Service Sunday January 14, the
and a long black velvet skirt for the displayed the gifts. A lighted Christmas Parents Group. entitled; "The Selfish Giant". The youth will be serving doughnuts,
occasion. A floral arrangement of tree and hanging plants added to film depicts how the love of God coffee and orange juice in the courtyard
yellow mums and white daisies the decor. Meetings for the parents group are affects our lives and leads to eternal between the sanctuary and the
accented with two doves was placedon Shirley Green and Linda Cox were held the first Thursday of each month, r life.All fellowship hall. All donations above
a marble top table in the living floor hostesses. They presented the with the next meeting scheduled for families of the Church are the cost will be sent as a gift from the
The registration table In the invited to attend a family night film in to the Methodist Children's
room. honorees with a silver coffee service February 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the JROTC youth ,,
foyer had a floor length satin cloth along with all the other lovely gifts classroom at Bradford High School. the Fellowship Hall on Saturday Home. '" '
and was decorated with a lighted received: All parents of cadets are invited to January 13. These films are spon- The two older youth groups will'Join
white taper encircled with daisies. attend. sored by the youth groups and are to In a volley ball tournament Sunday!'
The fifty guests were served cake encourage all the parents to come and evening January 14, followingthe1
and punch in the dining room. The ************ be a part of our youth program. The snack supper at the Church. "'1'1!
dining table was covered with a white BIRTHDAY PARTY film will start at 9:00: p.m. and will DonDentonYouth
satin floor-length cloth.: The three- SERVICEMEN end by 7:15: p.m. Light refreshments Dire'tor'
tiered wedding cake was decorated Kevin Snow celebrated his sixth .......
with white daisies (Mrs. Markham's birthday Thursday, Jan. 4 with apa1't1 ,hK',, ,
favorite flower) and topped with a at McDonald's In Starke. Help Sp.4 Wascel( tunes Obituaries d; '
silver 25. The cake was cut by Juanita ing him make it a Joyous occasion Is Top Non-Com.Graduate ,,:
Adams and Mildred Harrell. Green were his friends, Chris Snow, Kristy r MRS. IRENE NICHOLS Mallon C. (Bubba) Wells,67 /: i
punch, with a daisy float, was served Starling Sabrina Starling Ryan TORT STEWART GA. Dec. 22- I' 1 "::
from a crystal bowl by Patsy and Minesinger, Stephanie Hughes, Shan. Spec: 4 Waiscel L. lilies Jr., son of I .. L a 1 "d- Mrs. Irene Nichols 74, of 511 S. St. Mallon C. (Bubba) Wells, 67, of 740I'
Lucy Edwards. non Hughes, Lisa Drawdy, Jimmy Mrs. Cora M. Allen 711 E. Brownie Clair St.,Starke died December 27 at N. Thompson Street, Starke died
A standing floral arrangement of Barnes, Joshua Crawford Billy St., Starke, recently completed with Pat 'McKinney' Barton her home after an apparent heart Wednesday afternoon, Jan 3, after a
yellow and white glads brightened tile James Tracy Combs Mathew highest honors a primary non ., ,, ., ....- attack. The widow of the late Albert long battle with cancer. srsrBorn
corner of the dining room. A lighted Combs,Stephanie Gainey Jason Par- commissioned officer course here. Walter Nichols, she had been a May 4, 1911. in Dallas'',
china cabinet and crystal chandelier dee, Gregg Pardee and Johnny Pres- The course offers increased career resident of Starke since 1955, and wasa Georgia, Mr. Wells was a
gave a soft glow to the room. The gift cott. Everyone had lots of fun and educational opportunities while member of the PresbyterianChurch. Starke electrical contractor. ,lie
table, located in the family room, was Kevin received many nice gifts. preparing the student for leadership owned and operated Wells Electric
duty. Graveside services were held at 2
Service for 21 years. He was an army
Hines entered the Army In March of p.m. Tuesday In Crosby Lake veteran of WW-2 and was in the Battle ;
I First Baptist Missions Goal ReachedOver last year. Cemetery with the Rev. George of the Bulge. Mr. Wells retired from
He is a 1977 graduate of Bradford Harper officiating. Interment the City of Jacksonville in 1947 after vr
$2,200 was contributed by snaring the gospel with every personIn High School. followed under direction of Archer- serving 20 years and moved to Starke.
members of First Baptist Church for the world bv the year 2000. Tanner Funeral Home."DUDDY" lie was a member of the First" United i
Foreign Missions, a special DOMENiCMYERSPROMOTED Methodist Church Elks Lodge No";
Christmas offering given each year to TO AIRMAN FIRST CLASS ROBINSON 1802,and of American Legion Post 58. .

meet capital needs on missions fields "Foreign missions is Domenic J. Myers, Jr., son of Mr. Survivors include his"wife Edna '
where Southern Baptist churches a primary Alvin "Duddy" Robinson 52, died ,
have over 2,600 foreign missionaries commitment in the ministry of First and Mrs. D.J. Myers of Keystone I,3 Jan. 2 at his home, 127 S. Church St., Hutto Wells: 3 brothers: Tbomasf':'
Heights Fla., has been to
in 96 countries. Baptist Church. In addition to going promoted in Starke. He was a native and lifelong Edward and Robert Wells '
over our $2,200 goal for Foreign airman. first class In the U.S. AirForce. resident of Starke, where he was Alexandria La.; 9 sisters: Mrs. Fred '
missions we give over 20 percent of employed at Sonny's Bar-B-Q. A Koennecke of Neptune Beach, Mrs.
This amount given will be a part of our total church gifts to support The airman, a telecommunications { r, veteran of World War II. he was a Avalee Koziearickl of Jacksonville,'
40 million dollars given by Southern missions endeavors here and around operations specialist at MacDill AFB. member of American Legion Post 56.. Mrs. Susan Bruggensmith of i
the world" Rev Ben Fla.,serves with a unit of the TacticalAir Louisville, Mrs Helen Fostei"of"'
Baptists throughout the United Statesto says Bryant, ana was attiliated with the Baptist
accomplish the Bold Mission goal of pastor of First Baptist Command. Church. New Rochelle, N.Y., Mrs. Bernadelte''
Airman Myers Is a 1976 graduate of Mr Robinson had also been Pittman of Pensacola, Mrs. Mary"
Bradford High School. Starke Fla. Eddie Burton for Abbie Cason of Pensacola Mrs.
employed 15 years' at Tuck'sDrive.ln Betty'Joe
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ssesna -1 - -- - and the Bodiford of Pensacola ';
-- - - - - - Branding Iron Mrs.:
Restaurant. Marie Ann Artuthnot of Lake Alfred; '
Surviving are one brother, Willie and Mrs. Margaret Ita Sabeckt 6f I
1I Robinson,, of Newberry; three sisters, Haines City and several nephews and
; I I Mrs. Margaret Slpe, McCleen, N.Y.; nieces.'T'
NOTIC Mrs. Evelyn Griff Is, and Mrs. Funeral services were held'
L ; Beatrice Godwin both of Starke. Saturday afternoon, Jan. 6, in the1'
Funeral services were held at 2p.m. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home chapel;{
J '. It". I I Friday in the Archer-Tanner, .with Rev. George L. Harper and ReV'James
j1pi .. .S.I.11 Funeral Home)chapel..Interment wasu Cowart / l w I
I 'i in 'Lake, :;: 1 tZ eifret'rM U" q ''
J .. > 'I"" I( Crosby Cemetery*!! If i "" ? CrsbylJd: c f' : ?:

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I All Taxpayers Of. i 1f Card Of ThanksWe 1; SERVICEMAN, 1,

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N l.Yl:IY.YNI'.v.S'NI'JtiY'Sw'i Pvt. David Woodard Complelei't;;" \

I : [ would We, like the to family of our George Carter, Pvt. David Army Mechanic S. Woodard Course, son;of, ,.Mr.,,.'j",,,.
express appreciationto
all of the many friends for their and Mrs. David E. Woodard, Stark.
many acts of kindnesses and of love Fla.? recently completed: a whectt
I that were shown to in time of vehicle mechanic course at theU.5.t
us our
: I grief. Army Training Center. Fort Jackson,
I Bradford :
County I May God bless all of you for your S.C.During
I thoughtfulness The Family of trained to the perform course maintenance, students were and
II George Carter assist in the repair of automotive
I vehicles and associated equlpme t.
i They became familiarized with the
The The kindness and sympathy of functioning of automotive wheel vehicle -
a Following Forms Have Been Sent Out From Your I neighbors and friends in our recent components.operating principles
sorrow will always remain a precious of internal combustion engines
memory. Our sincere thanks and fundamentals of fuel and electrical'
I Property Appraisers Office If You Receive These Forms Be a acts.gratitude for all those comforting systems,and the use of organizational. '
and test equipment. ri '>s.

| Sure To Return Them By The Dates Noted Below. If You Have The Family of Dr A.Y.Covington August Woodard 1978.entered the Army"')'ln"Hf-.t'

I He is a 1978 graduate' Bradford
rliirl.c. High School. .'t bn,.

I Not Received Your Forms As In The Past Years Please | Congregational' I Holiness( Church ',';,,htrlk \191'11\t

Pastor: Rev. David Hodges Aldridge and<21'1'J|
I Contact This Office Sunday Morning: Sunday School 10:00: Home on Recruiter ''" :*/.,till,n
As Soon As Possible. .. .. I a.m., Worship' Service; 11:00: a.m.. Assistance Duty ids
Youth Service 6:00 p.m., Evening ''MSI, iq
I Service 7:00 p.m. -,' Freddie Lee Aldridge and Stewart!
\' I Thursday nlght-Eveoing Service C. Browning have been temporarily
Ii .. 7:30 p.m. given Recruiter Assistance Dury for
Ii i I" r 30 and 60 days, respectively. Duet, lo
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ; March 1 1979 I their outstanding records thus far. in,,
IE the home to
Navy they are tell their
St.Mark's Church
contemporaries about their life In )hg! ,
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AGRICUL lURE EXEMPTION March 1 1979 1I I Schedule for the week of Jan. ll-17th: Seaman ,
Sunday, Jan. 14th-8:30:: a.m. Holy Recruit Aldridge of Stafkehas
I 1I Eucharist, 9:43: a.m. Church School, completed the Yeoman Class "A-!'
WIDOWS EXEMPTIONS March 1 199 I 11:00: a.m. Holy Eucharist, 6:30: p.m. School in Meridian Mississippi \andiwill
E.Y.C. go to New London,, Conn..!)Ito,,
Wednesday Jan. 17th-7:30: p.m. attend submarine' school. >,
I DISABILITY EXEMPTION arch 1 1979 I Bible Study, 8:00 p.m. Inquirers' Seaman Recruit Browning has'4st
Session. completed basic training at Orlando

I RELIGIOUS & FRATERNAL EXEMPTION March 1 1979' I Just A ThoughtBe and San will Diego attend,.Calif.Sonar-man "A", Schoolin ; ?l
Both Aldridge and Browning will beat
not simply good, be good for the high school campus and'at

I TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY'RETURN April 1 1979 I something. -Thoreau Thursdays.Bradford Square on Mondays' and 1 ,'

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I The Dates Noted Above Are The Deadlines For Filing These I Licensed license Salesperson Broker l or

: !' I Forms So File On Time To Avoid Penalties. If We Can Help | CAN YOU SELL??? i

3 1, I You In This Or' Any Other Matter, Please CalrThis Office I And Your NO own franchise full-time Franchise charge. National In Real Estate Company,right established in this ;,

lAt I 1900. largest in its field. All advertising; all signs, forms,
Or Come
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I ;: ,. I wide advertising brings Buyers from Everywhere.,: Can you : :
qualify? You must have initiative., excelT&t character
I I..;.. :, Jimmy Alvarez (bondable), sales ability, be, financially responsible. i
I Commission volume for
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I ',! ,, .. team That Can Sell. Information without obligation.STRtfOT i

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'frooker Names One Slate of Officers,:. '

Seeks Local Phone Service to Starke

Brooker held Its quietest and most hearing on the matter would be approval of one fire eomraftte'
inexpensive "election" Tuesday night announced later. member if the amount did not exceed
wlwfl. city attorney Jesse Wolbert Details of an 18-point guidelines for $80 per visit to the warehouse. If !the
announced that only one candidatehad operation of the Brooker Fire Department purchase exceeds$50, approval of the
qualified for each city post before were discussed with few entire fire committee will berequired.
the qualifying deadline and that, changes made except to include a J
according to state law, no election AS request by Fire Chief George Pierce I In 06her'action the council approved
such, would be held on Tuesday, for a $29 monthly petty cash fund to purchase of a S% spotlight and $130 .f
February 6. purchase small items for Immediate shotgun for Marshal Tommy Raul '

Those qualifying for the six need. Another change anuthorized the croon, who stressed the need for this .
upcoming office vacancies were: chief to make purchases from the equipment In coping with a recent
surplus property warehouse, with the flurry of law violations in Brooker.
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above New Is Western taken' fromleMlt"Steer, steak looking house northward lion VS-30.toward south town heroes road from Jackson Building SuppUe. View' Clerk, Linda Robinson. Brother and Sister Charged in Burglary 'fl

Marshal, Tommy Raulerson.
A 14-year-old Brooker youth and his burglary one count of armed' burg
Councilmen: J.C. Harrell. C.J. 13-year old sister were arrested Jan.Sin lary grand larceny and larceny witha
Western Steer to open here TuesdayStarke's Stalnaker, and Steve Nipper. connection with the burglary of an fire arm, and three counts of petty
"All candidates are Incumbents elderly Brooker woman's home. larceny. The girl is charged with one .
The brother, who was arrested by count of burglary and one count of "
Mrs. Robinson
except who will
a week from U..m. to 9 It has
newest p.m. banquet rooms in
restaurant, the Western Steer, Is addition to its succeed Eva Clark,present clerk who Brooker marshal Tommy RaulersonJan. petty larceny, according to Bradford ,
primary dining It la Starke's first
scheduled to for area.
open business next Tuesday. Jan. 18. of its did not'seek' reelection; and J.C. 3 for two counts of burglary of Sheriff Department reports
Workmen, were still scurrying around Wednesday after. trpe. Carroll's' in Brooker, has
Harrell, who will fill the left grocery Raulerson and Bradford
noon finishing up last minute items Co-owners 0 new restaurant are Hatcher and L.M. vacancy Deputy I
on almost everything by':Incumbent' Zoltan Jacob, who did been charged with two counts of Don Denton Investigated the '(
including electrical equipment Norman. Hatcher will act as manager and Billy McRae Is burglary A
cleaning the tile floors
not qualify for re-election. of Amanda Shaw's home
putting up tables, painting.CoownerManager the assistant manager. making the
Builder of the Western Steer Is Keystone Heights con Library Circus Pouter arrest after a gun stolen from the .',
Harry Hatcher III Wolbert
says he has a said no ballots would be
tractor Ernest Trlest who Is also house was given to another man In
building Western Steerin
continual headache now trying to coordinate a printed, and Instructed the clerk circus alive
everything. Lake City which is due to in about a week. to The comes in the Brooker, who phoned Raulerson. '" .. '
Wednesday afternoon Hatcher was trying to his open wait until 7 the
get p.m. on February e, Bradford County Library through a
coolers ready and cleaned up so the huge order of meat Biggest delay In Starke construction: was a IS week wait usual poll-closing time on election collection of circus and carnival Further investigation revealed the < '
and groceries could be delivered on the hugh solid pine beams which are actually supportIng house had been broken into three
Thursday afternoon or, if day, and then file a certificate posters displayed by Art 'Doc' Miller,
not Friday. Hatcher hired 46 new employees Saturday November.the ceiling and roof. The facility was due to open In certifying to the election of the a Starke resident who has collected separate times, with the male youth '*;
from over 100 applicants. A training session is set this unopposed officers. circus memorabilia for over 50 years involved in all three and the sister ,-\
weekend with a run-through on the cooking and serving There are 40 Western Steers in operation altogether while working with circuses. 'Doc' taking part in only one. Recovered ".P% r
process set before tile opening Tuesday. with an expansion of some 130 units planned. The Starke Under a new ordinance, approvedby began his work In circuses, largely from the 14-year-old were a TV, a 22 ',.p
',The: new 288-capacity structure will be open seven days restaurant will be the fourth in Florida to be in operation, the council at its regular meeting promotions, at Sol's United Shows in rifle, a Jewelry box with Jewelry, and '. ,
said Hatcher.
Tuesday night, terms of the new andreelected 1922 In Chicago and he'll be speaking other miscellaneous Items with a total aft
officials will be for two to fourth and fifth grade! Starke value of around $200, according to I
I years Instead of the present one-year Christian School students (this Deputy Denton. < k
Winter Plays Hit and Run Here terms. Monday, Jan. IS. at 1 p.m. In the Denton explained that the theft of a ,
., Another ordinance, approved library. All others are invited to firearm constituted wand larceny,
Tuesday night, that council attend. and with the gun in hand the youth
Winter seemed to be hit- Most growers are leaving the heavy Monday morning totaled .a?' inch. provides
playing a was open to charges of armed burglary
candidates shall for numbered Posters will be 8
run' game with Floridians, launching crop of frozen fruit and bloom on the Wednesday morning's low readingwas run on display January ,
seats, rather than running all In the to January 20. ;
twd ,brief low blows separated by a bushes due to the heavy expense of 27.For .
warmth cleaning them off. .Growers are same' group, as 'at present. This i ii
week.springlike during the past hoping now that plants will continue to the period January 1-8 Bradford change, however, will not be effective _. UTILITY BUILDING
Freezes of January 2 and 3 be held back until berries from Plant County received an average of 2.2 until the 1980 election. --
reaching readings below 20, were, City "get out of the way." hches ol ram. Headings! at the three Wolbert also read a letter from the i Wired. Floors ,'.
matched with replays spaced exactlya Camp Blanding reported a low of 27 fire towers were: Santa Fe, 3.5 Florida Public Service Commission .. ;, I l, #
Inches; Highland, 1.2 inches New that wheels had been In Switches
about ; set
week apart on January 9 and 10, degrees 7 a.m. Tuesday, and a stating \ _-:- Lights
although the damage was somewhat rain Sunday night and Monday River, 2.0 inches. motion for a hearing on the feasibilityof : $, 'I
by readings in morning of .42' inches. Wednesday A chance of showers Friday with a ESA (Extended Service Area) toll 0 Finances Available
the weakened mid-twenties during remaining this last morning's low reading was 28. mild cold front moving in for the free telephone service between Starke McCULLOCH PORTABLE GENERATORS i
assault The weather station at WPXE; weekend Is the way the 'Thursday and' Brooker. The letter said that a 301 I
Damage in this week's freezes was reported 23 degrees at 7:45: a.m. through Saturday weather forcast for preliminary investigation made by SUZUKI OF STRRKE
almost ml since everything "killable"had Tuesday rising to 37 at 11 a.m., and a the area reads, according to the Division the PSC Indicated a possible need for 964-6020 South
already been lost in the first go- high in the 40's during the afternoon. of Forestry tower on SK-100. such service, 'and that a public I :
round that took a heavy toll of plants Rainfall at WPXE; Sunday night and between Starke and Lake Butler. ;

unconditioned to the freeze due to an r

current unusually crop warm of winter December.greens The was Maxie Carter Jr. Steps in \,

almost a complete loss with mustard, wit iiii! fii
turnips and collards looking as if the jfi
plants had been swept by fire. fi !
Oscar Carter, with around five Commission ChairmanMaxie ;
acres of cabbage, said that about five l\
outof, every six heads of cabbagewere
"busted" In the field where they Carter, starting his third Orvis J. Fairbanks came to the When can save to 50
have been left after maturity because year as a member of the Bradford commission to complain that the you up TOgas I
there was no market! ,for cabbage at County Commission, was unanimously roadway to his property had been cutoff "
the time. The top, qMhe( leaves are, approved 'as.the new chair.maw by neighboring land-owner D.S. ". ...
white,but. U" ;headsj'! are v turijmfti t theu.tounty. board-at: its 1 Alvarez."Fairbanks'. instead1.AJ'
llYffl7rt fff usrn
monthly meoIAjplVlbrldaj;Yr -
brown. Carter said He hopes to farm property lies off
salvage perhaps 20 percent of the Carter takes over for former Chair. SR-229 10 miles northwest of Starke.He .
man E.W. }Hodges, who served for.a / ,
It the market "
croo. strengthens.At said he has for years maintained '
Leon Starling's farm, west of year at the helm of the commission. an old road running adjacent to his of I
Lawtey, one patch of Sequoia plants Dave of Shuford the commlssiln.Carter's was named. vicechairman land that is presently the only route \ electricity !
obtained from Michigan when Into his back 60 acres but that when he .
California plants became: scarce, first meeting as chairmanwas returned from an extended trip
seemed particularly hard hit by the one of land disputes. The morningwas Alvarez had built a fence up closing
filled with conversation about the heat! I
cold with leaves parched and most of the road off.
blackened.Starling expressed hope, Sapp cemetary road (see related J
After driving out to the Fairbanks
on 1)) and another private
however, that they would still come
out and make berries. land conflict came up later. home and checking maps with county
attorney Duc'Iey Hardy the commission .
advised Mr. Fairbanks that the

Prison to Cooperate Fully ,any roadway dispute was over property the of extension Alvarez was and I

I strictly a private land-owners j
problem between the two neighbors
With Citizen Alert System ,which the county had no control over. Ij

The commissioners discussed the
Top ranking officials at Union Correctional secure all locks, in the home and (in old Market Road crossing problem fora !
Institution and Florida State vehicles, and then call either the short time. Clerk Gib Brown read a LJ __ j
Prison readily agreed Friday to prison at \904-8123. or the Bradford letter from the Department of E =; -
cooperate fully in a citizen alert County Sheriff's Department or Transportation which said the City of __
system,that would relay news of an Starke Police Department. Both Starke had refused to fund any i
escaped inmate as fast as possible to prisons also agreed to phone the rebuilding of the railroad crossing I
residents of the area. Sheriffs department, which will then signal system and asked the commission j
FSP Superintendent Dave Brierton phone radio station WPXE to get the If it would consider funding the CENTRAL HEAT _
and UCI Asst. Superintendent Jim news aired as soon as possible. oft-talked of crossing.The COMPLETELY INSTALLED! w4aeiiuwn"p"riiuli" s+rUIIIIIIIUNfltlIMINr

Reddish telephone relay decided procedure to Include in their a Asked why the loud siren was no the motion crossing of, county which is funding the only to one redo Nun WHAT YOU SET ,.._,. ,.. -+ 1 :;

prison's escape policy, after meeting longer used when an escape occured, In Starke which requires trains to 10.000 ITU SAE FURNACE IIYeYpIIINaA ;
with Morris Carter, Jr., organizor of Jim Reddish said the siren would slow to 20 miles per hour, was quickly $99000 TNERMOSTATCONTROU. j ,
the citizen alert program, fellow awaken inmates late at night, and the and unanimously shot down. six Aiasurru DUCTS :
prison area resident Ed Rowe. and inmates would then Bradford County Sheriff's possible to hinder the prison's recapture either," said board member Davd PIUS MV NECEUAM AU UIOI& MATERIALS* J .
Sammy Eunice designated by Sheri efforts, pulling more guards Shuford. WORN AUDI FOR FUTURE AIR .
Dolph Reddish to work with Carter. inside with sometime gear riots. The commission also agreed to I CONOITIONIN8. ,
move forward in getting bids
on :
The citizen alert plan calls for the
officer to Reddish also pointed out that his Bradford's county insurance program h
prison control room brother Vernon Reddish and his wife. with maternity insurance, now a
five area
telephone about requirement included.
Sylvia had been held several years ,
taken from a list given the prisons by The old
three who had broken county Insurer, recently
ago by escapees
Carter. In the event of an excape. announced a cost increase i
into their home prompting
Those five in turn, will call five more the board to consider re-bidding. The Last Word In Comfort
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and the cycle will continue until all Carter and Rowe both residents of Former commissioner and insurance \'
residents living near the prison are
the will not the agent George Roberts brought the
area, supply prisons
notified. not
Although prisons' are on with the initial list which will include board a copy of the present policy 'I'If
authorized to 'messages specifications for use in the :
Citizen's Band Radio the relay of the names persons usually/ readily I
available at their homes.
message might bj best accomplished 1
outside the through Channel -
prison --- -
';Two, according to Carter. f CENTRAL WALL FURNACE

"The system would help all of us; if "Well take.
all residents were notified an escapeeon : : ) l
foot would have trouble," Brierton IS 1.0 BTU'sH

said.All all the time.. .1 ... .J. .t.' J
those; involved la the meeting
stressed that no 'action should be
taken by citizens only the safety of atsUpToCReems ", '
families should be secured. "We don't needed to do I k

want any heroes; we're not a hunter He"ryW."IOC, .
frying to catch a live one. I assume '
any inmate who escapes is dangerous, the job right"We : ,
bu(any action other than self-defense
taken by a citizen could resul in ,t
Serious Prison: charges calls will"also Brierton supply said.citizens ask the right questions. We dig for every I $36995 :

With information on what to do if aniesapee honest deduction and credit. We take the PLUS INSTALLATION

Is spotted. The citizen: should time needed because w want to be sure

pay the smallest legitimate tax. That's jf f jJ
j I'E.D1": : CONSULTING SERVICE :another reason; why H&R Block should do a t
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fr awalelue. .. 11I.tlIIO loW MId your taxes. .whichever form you use,-short _:Sawyer .

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115 Earn Straight-A's: at BHS ,f'I.l!

kwntlr. grader. Betsy Yawn, who YJKa uauv'-' I I
K Cwilla Infante. Michael Praaratt.'
newsy, made but hermeniiilersoolik
an "a"de n. and. 'iac Lori SWnn, Richard Smith Robert M.
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f" High Miss Harley. the daughter Mr 1
the second students six with SchooIf5IMdother and Mrs. Andrew H. Harley of Starling.. JUNIORS Jeffery Brooker Peggy .. -iEt r.

Patricia Mulling and Lawtey has class subjects of general Cooper. Michael 0.,inks, Valerie' S. Kam. ,\
Sylvan literature modern science algebra Davis Christie Kaulknor David
isms, and ninth-graders Terra II. French I. civics and p.e. RuaaeU, Lewis M. I
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Yawn with perfect The other ninth-grader, and only Ilildebran./ Janice Jockel, Teresa
\the second grading report period cards which for boy to make the high honor rot(. Knepper Beth Patray. Joey Rigga.Sherrl t
Randy Parade Is the eon or Mr.
d'* few weeks na SWnn. Barbara Swartz. !'
the ago. Mrs. Laura Parado of Raiford, and .la
[r.J I schedule.stralght-A Only pupils students who carry a taking Spanish I.Algebra II, language KOPIIOMOKUS: Charlene: Beam. I II i
carry arts modem science civics
east four subjects that carry letter advanced P.E. Vaunda- Brown, George Canova.
ides are eligible for the honor roll. Brenda Dorminev. Kathy Griffis n Ps.J
i ass Yawn, the daughter of Mrs. Parado also made straight ",'a the Chriaandra Hamilton Kathy Hen- I
Ja Rae Yawn of Starke and Judge first six-weeks but was Inadvertently derson, Joey Herrea. Sherra Molt '
[ heron Yawn of Gainesville, carries left off the list. Parado and Miss Yawn Gregory Mpwry, Deborah Par- i iI
"sses in advanced placement earned ,stralghUVs the. first .six- mtnter! Suzette Rodrlgue. Donna ii
.nglish, band, American history, weeks. Marsh Elizabeth McWillTams. David i
tauslc theory, physics, and French II. Sparks Terri Thomas Deborah! .
Miss Mulling, the daughter Thorpe. Dale Underhill Michael
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hflhianitles, and chemistry : Melody Barton Sarah Brown Vickie Carver. Mary Martin. '
sylvan Williams the daughter of Biggs Cynthia Dewitt John Dixon Suzanne Newport Julia Pendarvla, '
I.M 4s. Rejoyce Johnson ot Lawtey. is Marcia Goodge. John Goolsby. Pamela Pratt. Vivian Sheffield, (
to IDO short hand humanities Monlque Gravel Horace Griffin. Karen Thorpe Rnndv' StarUnc : \ i

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home and all their possessions when a truck: camper loaned them by Mr. heart attack last November. Mrs. Still i.
fire struck on Dec. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Earl It. Boone of Starke until more has been unable to obtain any f
Tetstone and their three, children suitable quarters can be obtained. financial help from the Veteran's
,. escaped uninjured from the blazing Administration or social security
home. Mr. Tetstone Is a registered It may be another month before I
plumber and electrician and also does such aid con be obtained The CU Club
ckl. The house was located two miles carpentry work. lie is presently has been helping the family with food I
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family by giving them clothing CD Club Is also helping Mrs. Laura Lewis. President Gatorland CB Club,
donated by the members. Still of Starke and her four children. at W4-7S27 after 6 p.m.Don't ,

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which ended In November. They are: LeVasser Laura Ann McCrae, hS"0\ /.
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waif Michelle Lynne Klmutis, daughter Ethel Lorain Bass Kimberly Cohens, Noble. Hiram Bryan Padgett i"-.l l 'k: .rS:ty ,
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I and Mrs. Charles Flynn of Starke. Anitta Jean Lloyd Tracy Earl Kimberly! Lynn Brown Melisa Burn- .Nil r fei ': :

i Robin Diane Stern, daughter of Mr. McRae, Lori Ann Muse Stuart Obed I< will then go lo that Q i;*. '
J and Mrs. Roland Stern of SR-16 west Pauley, Daniela Ann Rigby, Craig Pamella Ellis John David Francis %&
of Starke. Stephen Sapp, Sheila Elaine South Marcia Overstreet Jason Polk Tanja !S 1 !jitort. spin) his wohOCTOSH
I John Francis Rigs, son of Mr. and land, Kandice Rene Stroud Donna Rigby Lee White, Dianne Wood, *$.'.
Mrs. Donald H. Riggs of SR-22S thei Kay Thornton Donna Tyler Zona Sue Melanie Wood.SiJety.six :tt'7. the dour l and f i i4Jli Jtf.N I
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the first and second six weeks. Gwendolyn Machell Brown Louie six' weeks grading period, five more ;r.l't % / .
t Susan Dawn Alvarez daughter of Andrew Chaff Lori Ann Clark James than the 61 on the honor roll the first roo 1111111FtllrIH'II'I: i .'

( Mrs. Betty Ann Alvarez of Starke. Michael Christmas, Robert Allen six-weeks. :I. J ". .peace! I ft

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I Scott Elected New Lawtey Mayor by 3-2 Vote 9'ft' (

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In a 3-2 vote, veteran councilmani In other action the council: Learned the city may increase its \ ftSffft," t t1ir

i Robert Scott was elected mayor. Unanimously voted to continue to chance of receiving a traffic light if ,.,.'' \ ;
commissioner the City pay Leon Wilkerson as school crossing offered ...-. M'..iNEWSPAPER
by Law'ey they to pay for it . \- E
Commission when the council reorganized I guard even though Councilman about $20.000); however, authorization f ,*&
for 1979 at its regular monthly Superintendent Tom Casey and two by engineers would still have to f.k!o ; M m fit. r' / l.J .
meeting Tuesday night. school board members that the school be given by the Department of ,
The senior member of the Lawtey board would discontinue its portion Transportation whether the city pays 1".... > t I Iti
commission Scott has served 14 years because of being overdrawn in their for the light or not, and the chances of .. DIFFERENCESffr;
and has been chairman of the council present budget. getting authorization are as they have ,; ADVERTISING DOES MAKE THE I
twice previously.. -Agreed to sell the Cub tractor to the always been. Scott voted with councilmen Buster highest bidder Gilbert Crosley, for I,
Bennett ,and Marvin Rosier to elect $528. Four bids were received, rang- Had the second reading of the BRADFORD Co ?fe
himself. Councilmen Wayne Massey ing from $377 to $526. revised ordinance prohibiting drink- 't! 't t t S''IC'' '879 /J/'r,.1-.
and Ben McCulley voted for ing intoxicating beverages in public 7r
McCulley. -Maintained its original! position places waived the third
Before opening the floor for prohibiting selling on US-301 within approved Ordinance 49, effective !
nominations, out-going mayor Marvin the city limits. Attorney Richard immediately. j \ v.eegrnp. .. t 1
Rosier stated "You have honored me Welly (when questioned about the (
for the past two years as mayor-eom-: city's right to permit,or prohibit selling ,, "
,missioner and I appreciate that. We: on the state's right of way) 7:'" ;-.' 4 I 135 W. Call St. Starke FL ,. ee4.83Q5
pleasedo stated, "The of Trans J .. ..' .. .."' ..:..., ,..,, .. "'. "" ....., .. .,. ..... .. ..: ,, ,
are going into a new year now; Department .- .v..r.,...,--1' ., .i" .oE"' ; :'fi..rt'jtoJ, .<.I. 'J loW'......'.,,'. r.. ..),, 't: s.
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not consider me as mayor for the portation has more authority as to Some lay it's Cloud luck for a ) 1. ':,.: .: '. rl' 'I\: : ... jfA. ,
for 'C ,J, fX ,, ;.I.;.. ( t:. :) .r 1:\lt.:: ..: .: ... : ..t-1 :s. .:.*iir.1.O:
new year I have bee mayor what could go on their right of way firefly to fly into the house
twq years and that is enough. I will not than we do; however on the other'
consider, being mayor-commissioner hand the city can' and did pass an
aga In." ordinance which said they could not .
New Mayor-Commissioner Robert sell. The city can prohibit it. but I Gigantic Equipment
Scott appointed the following commit wouldn't think we have the authorityto ;
tee chairman: streets Wane say you can sell on 301. We do not .
Massey;, sanitation Marvin ; have the power to control this. The ,
and finance. "Buster" Bennett Attorney stale owns the right of way." r AUCTIONSeveral I .
Richard Welty was reappointedcity Councilman Scott summed it up by A.I0.i.: .
counsel by unanimous vote and saying. "We were forced Into a situa- .' ,, Or I ,
"Bud" Barber was again approved as tion nobody wanted and we had to do '. 't', :,',,.;>' t .'.."../ f' '., .

Garbage.and Sanitation Engineer. something we didn't like to do." Hundred Fiscal; If Farm And 'Industrial Equlamont.. Will Ba Sold For Thel'chl.1. ', IM(; i.,,

I HAmpton Man Admits Stabbing .,". t;.,,;, ; ...'. Jan. 21, 1 am, Starting At 1 / a.m. I"" ,' :"

r Roosevelt 22-year-old Carroll Hampton is in- resident Bradford Gainesville Blocker was hospital taken, immediately where he is now to a < :" (: : ; :: : SR-441 s., Lake City, Approximately 2 Mi. N. if 1-1.5 \. ',r;'::': i ;

County Jail. under $5.000 bond after listed In satisfactory condition after MiRTHFLSRIBA FARMERS CD P Columbia' Cowfy.Ltkt City ,"
an emergency operation took him off at jjjjj /
voluntarily surrendering for on a charge and the critical list, {; :; :t: ; ,, .
of aggravated.bat.tery knifing
I i critically wounding a customer la the Blocker and the store clerk Invites EveryiInterested.. Person To Participate. You May Sell All Of Your No Longer Needed Equipment Or
Identified Carroll as the assailant, and'a "
Dec. 17.
Hampton HandyWay. warrant was issued two weeks ', Buy The Pieces Of Your Choice .'

before Carroll turned himself In.Sheriff's ,' .
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S3- e.r-old Hampton rodent For More Information About This Sale, Call Wayne Dicks 752-6352. OrRicha l d'Jonea; ., ;
stabbed In reports say Blocker was a ''
Lucian Blocker 'was '
/stomach and disemboweled when customer In the ItOrewhenCarroll 7521977_ .. / $ cWo :-,; '. '
Sheriff's Deputies came In and attacked him knocking
'Don Bradford Denton County and E.P. Lee arrived at him into a potato chip rack and some .Will Start Aeooptinf Eqalptnaat Monday, Jan. 15, 0 a.m. Till 7 7 ,
store at about 8:30: bottles of wine.Blocker says he has no
convenience l<< .
tike the"night of the 17th. idea what provoked the attack. I };rl: ." ,It'r+ "

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By EU.abclb'J'.rry ROAD BAPTIST: LAWTEYHoward Stringer of Hollywood, Kla. were
Mr. and Mrs.
Mosley's parents,
Phone 782-3300 Sunday School 10 a.m. Services
Worship Lonnle Teston. Saturday guests of Mrs. Stephens'
CHURCH ACTIVITIES 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Prayer Rev. and Mrs. George Boyer of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
j CHURCH: OF GOD: Sunday School Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m.. Train- and Lewis. D 1 rainnty COL and Mrs, Wm. Wilson attended Plant City, and Mr. and Mm. Bruce Mrs Oscar Vanzant of Callahan. They
I 10 a.m.? Worship Services 11 a.m. and Ing Union 6 p.m Rev. James Parrish, of Starke met them th : the Annual Chamber of Commerce Boyer of Tampa, were Tuesday over- were supper guests of her son and
I 6 pm., Prayer Meeting and YPE Pastor. Terry Futch of JacksonwftBeach, Banquet at the Turkey Creek Country night guests of their sisters, Mrs. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Wednesday at 7 p.m. NORTIISIDE BAPTIST: Sunday was a Friday dinner guttif MJM aunt, Club in Gainesville, on Friday night. Fred Moore, Mrs. Cecil Wade of Hardee.
*. EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 Miss Elizabeth Terry. He also visited They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tamoa. and Miss Rachel Boyer of Mrs. Earl Tester I and her daughters
I School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum, Jr. Harold Johnson of Gainesville. Jacksonville.. On Wednesday, Mr. and Nancy and Mrs. David Gaines, of
a.m, and 7 p.m., Training Union 6 Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mr.and Mrs. James Anders and son Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Teston visited Mrs. Bruce Boyer visited their bra Starke, were Sunday dinner guests of
I pm.? Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 SMYRNA MISSIONARY Alma of Palatka. were Monday New Mrs Alma Thompson of Lake Butler Jier Doyle Boyer of Jacksonville.Mrs. her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and
j p.m. BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m., Years dinner guests of their mother, on New Year's Eve. Fred Moore, Mrs. Cecil Wade, Mrs Randy Hayes.
N FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Programon Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Mrs. Alma Anders. Friday Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey went to and Miss Rachel Boyer went to Mrs. Carl Teston.Jerry Teston. and
WPXE Starke, Dial AM 1490. FM BTS 5:45: pm., Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman, and Alabama to visit some of her close Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon} to Miss Madelina Bohman, attended the
106.3 at 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible: School 10 Wednesday at 7 p.m. their daughter, Mrs. Stephen Crews friends for a month. help their brother Doyle Boyer' cele- funeral of Mrs Betty Hayes of Sylvester -

a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and and son Andrew, were New Years Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mosley and brate his 80th Birthday with I his Ga., on Thursday afternoon.Mr. .
6:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday PERSONALS: dinner guests of their mother, Mrs family and their son-in-law and family. Miss Rachel Boyer remained and Mrs Barry Watts and SP4
6:30 p.m.. Massey. Michele Lee of Jacksonville, spent R.W. Bowman of Jackson(We, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Henry In Jacksonville. Barry Lee spent the weekend with
FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday School Christmas holidays with her grand- Mrs, Agnes Basford, and Mrs. were New Year's Dinner guests of the Mrs. Ava Stephens of Panasofkee, their brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
p 9:43: a.m., Worship Services II a.m. parents, Mr. and Mrs Gene Pearson.Mr. Evelyn Rivers of Jacksonville, were and her daughter. Mrs KathleenIN and Mrs. Frank Honaker of Orlando.
and 7:30: pm.? Training Union 6:30: and Mrs. Buddy Thompson of Saturday guests of their niece, Mrs.
Starke, visited their mother, Mrs. Valarla Shuford and their
7:30 p.m.: ,p.m.Prayer Meeting Wednesday Daisy Thompson, and their brother. law, Mrs Lois Carter on Saturday sister-in- "A .**********LEGAL ********** I
Family Together"
GRACE: UNITED METHODIST: in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. afternoon.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship Millard Jordan and family on Sunday
Services 11 a.m., Methodist Youth morning.Mrs. Mrs. Les McClellan and daughter Ttf ye.r eon put THE CIRCUIT COURT Code of Bradford County. NOTICE OF
Fellowship at 6:30: Sunday night. BL. Wilkison Sr., and Dou- Mrs. Margie Reddish were business W.. filled with fists, FOR BRADFORD INTENTIONTO
glas Hulett spent last week at Mayo visitors in Jacksonville Jerome Chairman REGISTER
Choir Practice on Wednesday 7-15: on Sunday vytm problem COUNTY, FLORIDA Johns ,
10 vat
p.m. Bible Study Course at the with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. afternoon. PROBATEtlVlSION Bradford County Zoning FICTITIOUS
It will b.
Church every Wednesday night at 8 and Mrs. Hubert Wilkison and family. rminbrd through th. yr. Case No. 78-392-CP Board, December 27, NAME
p.m.. The Church has a Nursery for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of ********** File Number 1-2901 1Y81t! tpd 1/11. Pursuant to Section
Pre-School children during worship Callahan, were Saturday dinner and W. ill Muck troothrAi IN RE: ESTATE OF 005.09. Florida Statute.
services. supper guests of their brotherinlawand Terry Bacon all famllla Mould do EDWARD M. TUCKER, notice is hereby given that
United Methodist Women met at the sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Promoted to PFC Through all kind.of"w.atriar Deceased NOTICE OF the undersigned Maxie
i home of Mrs. Hubert Priest on Tucs- Ilardee. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Marine Private First Class Terry Our lalill rmln true. SHERIFFS SALE Carter, Jr., 1710 E. CaR
\ day.Jan. 2nd. After the regular meetIng Lacey Norman on Saturday afternoon W. Bacon, son of Mr. and Mrs L. E. NOTICE OF Street, Starke Fl.
a Stork Shower was given for Turner Jr of Route 1, Box 227 ADMINISTRATIONTOALLPERSONS. Notice b hereby given 32091, doing business
t Mrs. Karen Lee Martinez. After the Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Brantley of Raiford, has been meritoriously To our rtrr above .. that I, Ddph E. Reddish under the firm name of
I presents were opened sandwiches and Kingsley Lake and Mr. and Mrs. J C. promoted'to' his present rank upon W* *W Should pray HAVING CLAIMS OR as sheriff of Bradford CARTER ENTERPRISES
cake were servedHIGHLAND Batten of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. graduation from recruit training at For till grclou love DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE County, Florida, under 1710 E. Call Street,
BAPTIST: Sunday Vernon Starling on Saturday afternoon the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Each and *vry day. ABOVE ESTATE and by virtue of Writ of Starke Fla. 32091
School 9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 Parris Island, S.C. AND ALL OTHER ,Execution town: !intends to register said
a.m. and 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Jr. of He received the early promotion for My thought' will tlwaye b* with you. PERSONS INTERESTEDIN fictitious name under the
Wednesday at 7'30 p.m Jacksonville spent Saturday with her his superior performance during all I hold them deep In my heart THE ESTATE: Execution Issued out of orovisions of afore said
1..At'nBAPTIST' : Sunday School in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki phases of the nine-week training A YOU ARE HEREBY, County Court of Bradford astute.
long ea there IS! Fathar
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and son Sr. cycle which emphasized physical W. will a abov NOTIFIED that. tf he administration County, Florida pursuant Maxie Carter, Jr.,
7:30: p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednes-. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Roberts and conditioning, self-discipline and never ba apart of the estate to a Anal Judgement for 3WTIW
day night at 7:30: p.m. family visited their uncle and aunt teamwork. of EDWARD M. :ru KEft DuPont Mining Employees Dated trite 11th day of
.*! LONG: BRIDGE M'TIST: Sunday' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dixon of Miami, Bacon joined the Marine Corps in By Dw.yn. Qann deceased File Number Credit Union and January A.D. 199, at
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 who came to Newberry for a get-toge- December 1977. 1-2901. Case No. 78-392- against Willard G. Browning Starke, Florida.
I a m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting ther with Mrs. Fronie Stephens of Stark. CPr Is pending 'In' the defendant, In the 1/11./ 4tchg 2/1.
Wednesday at 7 p.m.; Rev. Charles TVewberry On New Year's Day, Mrs .********** Circuit Court for amount of 92.0&.68
Roberts mother, Mrs. Janice .
Starling Pastor. r.M' .. BRADFORD. County,: together with costs of
FlnrMa. PmhftM Dlutalnn. / collection. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
the' address o-- which-'Is Have seized and have In FOR BRADFORD

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On sale I Thursday 50C COUPON' 50C house, Starke, Florida' ing described personal division.
SAVE 5M The 'personal representative property t-wit
Friday & Saturday! I W II E AG L J. ON OUR REGULAR LOW PLAICE of the estate Is 1370 Ford 4 dr File Number 79-1-CP
KOOACOLOR riNISHINQMtw James A. Tucker whose' ".1 I.D. No. Division (1.2962)( )
( iiou-i ortzateexr.oNLrl: > address ,Is 2004 Cedar- ON51, Hi 35012
brook Drive, Columbia, IN IRE:ESTATE OF IRENEC.
a WITH SACH MOLL MVttOPStt South Carolina 29210., As the property of the Deceased.
The name and address of' above named defendant ,
HERE S PROOF: OUR 5O JmEtiimtUY.! the personal l repress tatttve'e 5th and day that of on Monday,199 the ADMINISTRATIONTO NOTICE OF

B_____________________ A attorney are set February.
III forth below. at one o'clock on said day
.All persons having on the premise of the ALL PERSONS
claims or demands Bradford County Jail, I HAVING CLAIMS OR
against the estate are win offer for sale and sell DEMANDS AGAINST
prices are. required WITHIN THREE to the highest bidder for THE ABOVE ESTATE
MONTHS .FROM THE cash in hand the above AND ALL OTHER PER-
DATE OF. :.THE FIRST described property of said SOBS INTERESTED IN

Just !look at these Save to 43 PUBLICATION/ OF THIS .defendant: to'1I8tlsfy the. THE ESTATE
great buys up NOTICE to file with the aforesaid Execution,
dark of the above court s YOU ARE HEREBY
BIG YANKPREWASHED written statement of any Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff NOTIFIED that the
claim or demand they Bradford County, Florida administration, of the
q may hive Each Ctelrrt: 1111/ 4tchg2l.TJON estate of Irene C. Nichols

vrRla"r ouNCeR 'AGILE JEANS "mutt be :h' writing and; deceased Ale Number
"must Indicate the basis for 79-1-CP Division (O-
WERE r the claim, the name'and 29!:21), is pending in the
+tenlNO con i I I t .ts-errawtMMf,8.83. M address of the creditor/ or.;,. .. ,,,CrcultCouf1! for Bradford
? :
.. ,
: ..d'robate8tIII
1 > pRrrbklalaatG, .fslsltall afl e .. ib't'd ": : .
IOUNarRt"alit 14 oz.ooltoh Indigo tierli 4' I
the amount claimed. If1! iI ,j of
I I I Im. bar-taekad at atraaa point for .. ;+. FOR''REfONING'AND
li longer waar Doubt naadl, ..tJtclllng I the claim Is.,not yet:due/ which is Bradford County
i, epockaia. M..2I1-3e.. f"" '206 the deta. when /r/ :, will AMENDMENT OF Courthouse, Starve! Florida
"ST. I become -due shaft' bestated. :THE LAND USE PLAN 32091 The personal
; 5"e. If the' claim te Contingent An ORDINANCE representative of the
.or unliquidated, amending the Comprehensive estate if Guy Andrews,
the nature of the uncertainty Land Use Plan whose address is Box
= RT dk T t shall be stated. If Element and Map by 429 Starke, Florida
the claim is secured. the Bradford County Florida, 32091. The name and
security: shall be In accordance with the address of the- personalrepresentative's

SA V3.00 SAVE 23" SAVE UP TO 1'0" SAVE 1.11w described:. The claimant local Government Com attorney
o shall deliver sufficient prehensive/ Planning Act are set forth below.
ELEVEN! POSITION CHAISE! HERE'S A BARGAIN ON FINE PAPER PRODUCTS r t. V J MEN'S! SPOUT SHIRTS copies ot.,the claim to the' of 1915 S as provided for In !All persons having
IS NOW MARKED DOWtil' QT.!EAGLE HD-30 OIL AT A PLEASING! PRICEI WITH EPAULET TRIM clerk toepabietheclerk; to Chapter 163 of the Florida claims or demands

WAS 9.88 WAS UPMl : w. 4.83 mal one ,copy .to.< each etatutes. against the 'estate are
49c 47c
TE"toee6 personal l representative. TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers required WITHIN THREE

Adl".ble from, loam Made from 100% virgin cruel, Jumbo roll paper towali, or 3- t Long ......... t ::. tAll persona.interested, in ,and other Inte- MONTHS FROM THE
padded "Madrsuvaryy tubing. It lubrlcilnl. 1 qt. roll pack: bathroom tluua.V'xW / flap poet<.... Mat'COOn( ,the estate to whom :a. rested Persons. DATE OF THE FIRST
I I copy of this Notice of You and each of You are PUBLICATION OF THIS
I I Administration has been' hereby and herewith NOTICE, to file with the
un 1.06
t ;mailed are required,. given notice In accordance clerk of the above court a
4 : .. 'h : WITHIN THREE with Florida written statement of any
/ r VINYL HOSE' \ ': .; MONTHS FROM THE .Statutes that the Board of claim or demand they
IS A TERRIFIC DATE OF THE FIRST County Commisaioners of may have. Each claim
d VALUEI! PUBLICATION OF THIS Bradford County, Florida must be in writing and
\ DIE. 4.88 '. 1 NOTICE, to file any have designated the must indicate the basis fur
\\uh1\ iAEITMENi WASHvavy ***- .objections/ they may have Bradford County Zoning the claim the name and
and Planning Board to address of the creditor
duly 100% vinyl hog LEATHERLIKEWydY that challenge the validity, or
: wllh durabla bran coupling!. \1 / 1 .of the. decedent's will, the oonduqt; a public hearingat his agent or attorney and
SAVCStK qualification of the ..personal a regular meeting held the amount claimed. If
SAVEUPTOt00 at7 r 30p.m., in the County the claim to
SAVf100 8AYlUPrOTO" representative,. ,or not yet due,
PRINT FILM SAr SAVE! 1.00 the venue or jurisdiction Commission meetingroom the date when It will
4-GAL6A RBA Kodak erf the become due shall be
MENI LONG AIL: CLAIMS. stated. If the claim is contingent
WAS 5.96Ruogad WERE UP C ?. 99c WERE UP 788ORACTIYL A"'A"AS.He" DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS Florida; on Tuesday or unliquidated.
TOW4T8TP 94 TO.Hlll" -Hf: WERES 8S'' NOT SQ January 30, 1&9, and 'the nature of the uncertainly -
plastic: can with nip- or Prailona.. blended. to Fun nylon Hnlng,handtonM stitch: detain w FILED WILL BE FORJ, make a recommendation shall be stated If
lock'hindla' to pravwit II>tits reduce Irlcllon& _". 15 01. S aavaral popular. aryls Brown or tan, with ,Tarry lining, rtpelt top. Long weves'a Iega. EVER BARRED to-ttie Board of County the claim is secured the
aut pockal 'trMtmanM,man'*aim 8, M, L. 1 Nei ma roan'. 10-13. A..t. prkda A. ..Co D. Commissioners and the
Date of the first public; security shall be de
tion of this Notice of, Board win consider on scribed. The claimant
Administration' Monday. February, 1Y9! shal deliver sufficient copies
al Dacember 21.'1978. at the same said place at of the daim to the

i SA V 1.10 James A. Tucker. As Persona 10: 00 a.m. an Ordinance clerk to enable the clerk to
II ) Representative of relating to: mel one copy to each
CORN BROOM. I / the Estate of Edward M. The rezoning of the personal l representative.
SPONGE MOP, ,J II III t 11tpg000s Tucker; Deceased blowing described pro AH persons Interested in
OR DUST MOP pd SO 'r ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL ,party and amending the the estate to whom a

I Z4.84 REPRESEN- Comprehensive Land Use copy ,, of this Notice of
j TATIVE: Plan to provide that lands Administration has been
WiM2/** .. ,I 1 1 J.J. Wotoert Jr., P.O. currently zoned OR and mailed ere required
L ATNER-LIKE j J A Box 1086. Starke Florida. designated by the plan as WITHIN THREE
in.t' 'j\\ Agriculture be rezoned to MONTHS
P Telephone: <9ttt) 36V. FROM THE
HAVf UP TO 42* r CLEAR VINYL 5-PC.VINYL LUGGAGE ( rilrb 6200., 12/21 4tchg 1/11 MS, and designated light DATE OF THE FIRST
RUG RUNNER, TO FIT YOUR BUDGET ,1'o : industry the property of PUBLICATION OF THIS
A LOW SALE PRICEI EDGES.! BAG 7e 8 8 as fdow: Four objection they may hive any

YOUR 97..WERE A 27%"WIDE 22::... ,_...... .....................17... 4f ; (41 acres on eat aide of that challenges the validity -
J i CHOICE 74 2. _...... .. .. ..11... Hwy 301 six mile Southof of the decedent's
: C'T. e'. ..........::::..:::...:::::..- SAVELIOp StarVe in Section 36, will the
,I ollar.. anap marN. .,*, OUH 2e........................................... MEN'S FAMOUS BRAND FAMOUS MAKER JR.. LADIES'COTTON KNIT NOTICE Township $South Range qualifications of
v iwr mr.Hla and DISCOUNTPH1C1 sat of b... ..............;_ HOODED SWEATSHIRTS JEANS PRICED RIGHT TOPS VALUES TO lltt 21 'out the personal representative -
East rof parcel
hes .; / or the venue or Judediction
I Jones 1032. .
tAveao* 5.83 4596 apdicaliot --to the Bradford of the court.
f1 You an, futtfier given' ALL CLAIMS

EVEBEADY! r 'r LUXURIOUSTERRY BATH P$ L.J -a nd w/moft pockaU.frontilppar.lrrag.StoXL. .. thewWwd' denka N wvst 1 SAgr Newr'YM.iww and for )rociflaatflcatlort County Zofaog 01\hoard the .. NOTICE .'tIteta: copy of DEMANDS, AND
2-PK.SV TOWELS IN graat ttyla*.Junior all**blj tankpryl.Mt****'*W XL, said proposed ORDINANCE OBJECTIONS NOT SO
N HEAVY DUTY AS8T. orcpahy OR.Twbeio) I ill able for FILED WILL BE FOREVER
;; from Pi C
Jf to >
"tNrnn' BATTERIES COLORS ((201 Merlocated : your Inspection) at the BARRED. '
n '' IM XmH office of the; Director of
Data of the first
1.44WASJMV r East of publication -
CIty lilts off the
1.97OUH 1 and
1 rrrr.rrr- rvs end of Market Hoed hi Zoning Planning of tH Is Notice of
Bradford! Court
Section 22 8 January
DISCOUNT Township house. Stark*; Florida.Ech 11, 1979.!
ease South Range 22 East .
SAVE 2J": ,I 1 parcel 2735-00800: to putproperty
AIDS In any whatever Guy Andrews, A.
r sn agricultural
A4IJE AT A HUGS DISCOUNT classification. In the enactment of Personal Representativeof :
M-ntt :
FOLDING _YOUR ,, lAve WK SAS YS This change in daaelficattort this ORDINANCE proposed should the Estate of Irene C.

: Aj:: BED. 1"MATTRESS] CHOICEr 99 C HOPSACK CASUALS "" './.OYS'/yOUTHr. 8IG PIUCB..WREAK ON .Is subject to a appear and be heard at Nichols, Deceated;
ARC A FANTASTIC BUY pubic hearing to be held
COLORS via* C.yaar.aas. the time and place pre ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
on Tuesday January 30,
68 CUrM2).w.......In T.-lOO', WfPB.. --3.44 DtaCouoot 00.. 2.915.94wSasi 1S79st7: 30 p.m.. in the scribed. REPRESENTATIVE .
...:_::.. ..._._....w..a.w 1'10I(;. County Commission BOARD OF BRADFORD :

"-4 ili %p'; Adort'f._.....:iiw........BprIl1..-..,.....a._a wu". .,. erela. ec ,Manaaoaaf-ia.waahabM _Som boyavta Irrag.uyouth. In man'*'.10-7-1S" -, Laattiar Irrag upper,M,man'non-sup r12.Opn aetaSNgM .. Room In Courthouse the redfonICounty' At: COUNTY. COMMISSIONERS. Dudley P. Hardy..1'&quw.,

R e 31.2 i this rested. time shall si be parsons heard kite-for' By a.S. Brown. Clerk Stark P.O. Florida rawer "32091.1030.
January+ .
1! tl (ty: 9. Sunday or against the proposal). : ,.' -' Telertion< fl84-01(
U12rd\o 1118.
ss specified In the Zoning
rT. !
i'" .

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oIali. II. I 79 TKLKGRAPH P.geiS Ii

I ". LEGALS r --- _-u a m t== ; -

INVITATION TO BID SM%.. Monday January I CLASSIfifOAO' I r Wnt'wj'N'ttD' ,

22.1Va! Tobeopenj1 (Tuesday DaadliAe noon tor preceding i01411On' { Bradford County ,

The the "
Board Bradford of County County new County room In Commbtio-the Court- I a Thvrtday lion telore public I ", ,\ ', ( .' : S \ .; ,1 '., ." '! 1.I, ,t, ,j .L -- ,.

Commlttloners will home for two ((2)) '[/Minimum, charge. l> : '' !
recerW bid until 10: OC ahartrajm dump trattew tCOV.rlWordi) ,; ; \ ; HnrW; ln'Q:, I !I rWlUJar

a.rn., Monday. February framatype.Speciflcatlona. Each word over Uit -i' FL
6, 1&9, for their lOcenti (!
group can be BOCBEi ....
Health and LIfe bwuranciiPropowta picked up In the Oirt'. Mol retpontible lor$ H..... .!.* ....WANTED... ....... t ......... I baths .... SARAH COVENTRY: : Fall FIREWOOD HaW card .. REALTYPHONi
Prog" office In the Counhouaa t error when given. over daty I I. Ika ...... pralaraldarly U .....' ... U lurk, or part-time, ear and ..... .,.., II*, Hall nard .. picas
.. ... ..
ahouM Include In Starka Bradford the phone or when copy Have ..r........ ,..... Tel-tilt*. l/ll tut., noeoeenry, N* tareetmoat.Cemmleiloo ....11. .A......iadsw Iraaalar i.
.t e minimum County t it not typed and broughtlo ....... 0 ,. 4. ..... 14Jt. I/!'. plus ....-..... .. ...pl4-UlI.. .
the *
Florida. I/II I/I
follow the oil'cc I id. lll.WANTED ------- ....... P.... 473-S214 anytime sitarip._.. _. _. | *....7776'm
k1 s.Cull.-----... --- -- ---.-- UNPURNISHED HOUSt:, or 47S-OMO..., I po_ -- - 701N TEMPLE
The exiatJng coverage Gilberts. Brown dnrkto '. : BANJO ...I hulk....alUliy ..... ItM TFh| TWO OAS BEAM"$, I LeI'I ARKE FIOAIOA'
...... ....h.Ph. .
the ... .., sir alawaala ITS
the county now ha*. Board. 1/11 2tch8 DRSOIfAf LESSONS. II laleraalad, ., sad ,..
.. .
.. .... ...,. II fl/...,.. PS4lI5 Ira.
1. 'AS .,.. tall. ....114. lar elatdepetlt.
Maternity! bonaflt .... .. ... DIAMONDS IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD
to ..... ... ..... lADY WANTED .t" lil* llyd lll.II
.. .
begin May 1.1 fa.! .. .. . . . ._. \\SER.YI 't".$0 ; mare---I.--llakg-.- l/ll. ..... i/u KM IllS.ITCMENETTEt N oat ta sail ........ WIll -- ---------- EYE DEAL First time on the market 120 aeri
MahoUdbethedutyofthe traei far tecretarlal and .., TRAVEL TRAILER "".
'PAnT -
GOOD PRICES for --------- of the mosl..utlful..nd. In Bradford rolling .
deer ...... U.. lallr ..quipp.d' wltkaiaar County
aucoaeefui bidder to INVITATION TO BID'Th. 0'... CREER. ... KENNEL, need mobile. homo U mortgage | BBeparlmeate Llvlag atcemmedatlena ....... .... ...*.*. *picturesque Ideal for cattle horses, farming
chock the Schedules of b..rd1s5.. I I. J/4 paid, or aeere.OLIN9 peel. TV, AC, tt deelred. PhanoTSM9II. ...... all, .....,. bud..... fenced K croitfenced .
asses I. ,..... ...... 14Mil. ..11..... ......... T.UHj lUkg spring runt thru pretty
xiatlna coverage whkIfa Board of County lilt rn ..... ; MOBILE DOME ....1..... Weekly, Moiblw' ...... 1M4MI.| till tree old cypra heartplne Iwmettead (seeds ..
on flto with the derfc to Commteilonara( of Brad --- SALES. d-6aoe.. Open T ...!... T...l. Mush., ||* N. ----- ------ reiterlng) tobacco barn tobacco allotment
1 Bradford County Board of ford County wll recehwaaalad ( .A rrii nfiii a u .7.-...- tIa,. weekly tJekg.WANTEDi .- T...|.. ....UII1. REAL ESTATE SALESi PONTOON BOAT 14 .... -
bide( aMaaday lilt dipS ",. Enjey. 0.. ..... ** .. tall ..,.. ... ....... SIlOS. Ken>McGc mineral right OWNER
Commlaalonera at the until : 00 tkraafk Friday.Pralar Mohllo horn. trammf .In .. ..eKlaj ... ...... .-....U7II..a t la 1. FINANCED.
lalaata. Pkaaa --- -
M4- ---- -
Bradford County Court- 1 ajn.. Monday February 5. sill. lilt TP/ik(. .....and] tare*.tv..IB pick _..' SMALL U N r U*N8 H-C-D8l .....nII.. career .In real lilt ...... l/ll. . . . . . . .. ... !
houae. !*a To be opened In thi ------------ DUN'S MOBILE HOME ... ........ ..... I. ....... Ceo tare- 21 8.... ---- --- ----- GEE BUY-Or..tlnv00tm.nt.3or4BR2 [
County Commlaslonanj ROVaECLEANNO DONKi SALES *.....1041. Open T .rk>. IU9/K..,... Fins' Caw P.........., I... Key HAY FOR BALE t" ..1.. B
GIlbert Bmvwi Qerkto room In the Courthoua Plus '11I..1/. 1|.4 mi. day a week, d/.... ..4, lasS ...,... r..l ..4 ateee Height. 4T3-4.OJ. al .,*! 655 ..... at II. ..... CH&A homa In excellent condition on a corner lot t I
for !. !ii .*...... Pk.... kalaa. III ..... Arthur 0.II. ..- with LR DR. large kitchen fireplace carport .
tIw .
Board. 1/11 Qtneral t ---- -----_ 11ZTFckg.WILAONa
tchG' liability and 471414. till slit. I/SI, ... ... "1.n'l. lilt '
1/18./' workman'* compensation SIGN PAINTING Fast, TOP .CASH PRICE PAID | -'r .. ... TPckg.SPACE. new carpet A drape PLUS duplex furnished !'

.. .. .. .. . . "h-uranoe. Specification ana-day .....1ee.8.. ..., at FOal Coin Starling Dental TWO---BEDROOM.----- tw- -.-hale- BLACKTOPPING --- -- -- --- rented PLUS. 2 BR home furnished ranted. VA.FHA I :

can be picked Walda Flaa ......M. Friday, Geld ..... GF Scrip l.rBl..k.4 ...... .. CrystajLaid saw has ape. HEATER : V... / conventional financing.
Clerk'a office up In the 8at,, M.....'. TFckg. Jewelry tkelna Optical AC. M It. ...... ....4k ......... <.' ledleea '"''kt 1.1..... ...... K4-4I1 ..,- . . . . . [
INVITATION TO BID In the Frame. W.uh Baakt ETC .*..., ii ..((. trick .....*> ... ..'.... II... llvd l/ll.
Courthouse In Starke, Pt... ..... B.m..... .... .l..,..llk. Pk... 411M1. ..... ....711111.. --- ------- -- BE A LANDLORD Pratt S Christian St. C.n be .
I ThsBoardcfCotintyT1Tlse1onsrs Bradford County. Florida. GENERAL CARPENTRY: 8230. 111. Tl'e",. l/ll St.k| l/ll. 1/11. COASTAL ALICIA HAY 'Hirchated separately or together 3 BR frame r
WORK ..., tar aab. tariUUadWaad tome large LR DR combination "..t.ln.. klt-
of Bradford Gilbert S. PeI.ti.g, -------- ---- ----------- klfkly I
Brown.! Clerk to .. ., I SINCERELY: ...'..11... '1."* ...
baa ..
County wig .kic, aluc, aHaratlaaa ,- "'-" .val'll.BED, M.hii. .... :hen ALSO. 2 BR frame on adoinlng| lot.
receive the Board. 1111 2tchgiia ... ..,.. .kaa : ''V .... .... I. ....,. INTERESTED ..I..... Ur bali. at ...... ......, Hallrkaaa j
ealed lAds s . . . . . . . . .. . .. .
until : 00 / ........ hiS ..,... {illiffllliiPREEPUPPIESiBlath L.... ..,. ........... rusS. new ... ... ,.,Ir....,. 47I-1IS1 altar I ... I
$ ;; r ..... ."...... *Ipd 1111. r..... ...-."*. till tuk( ...( l/ll. FANCY PLANTS Ocala Block Lake St. 2 Urge : !

- SEWING MACHINES :, .: : :. ,, :.. -------- -- .. ------------ BR with LR DR combination kitchen, carport
iaIcxton .., .. ...... ...
REPAIREDi All ..k.. SEVERAL RENTALS, Ous '"" "'itJ HAY FOR SALE, A........ jreenhoute $27,500. VA FHA financing.

I ": Rr. e......., aOad sad 1141J...... cad mall. I RR l..r,.l>k.4 k*..., [f I.I I. '.l/4...i. ar"l M..... C.kala...",.Pkaa..... . .. . . . . .. .. . .. .. .. . ,
= $T.Warfc 5sarsstsad.StIeklaad .Jamaa wkHt. .......... ..... ..../.., Om I BB i.l.r. amiTWO par
114117. .. 47.40>7. I II 4Uk I /III. CUSTOM
,.....,.. .....*., .!. I* ttmm, I I ( COMFORT Saratoga Helght'flnest j
Harna' lltkf l/ll. ,,,,,...,.. 0.. ....... '1", .. .. ,I
Reed and Hwy 10. die.... 'M' n'" "' '" ------------- BR 2 B CH&A with huge family room doubla I
POa IALE-BIMMONB TOE BENTs t SB. 11 1'.. a --- --------- till.>IMta. ( ...* 14.. .,. 110 .
QUEEN SIZE ......,..., I'It. ...... ...... private. ..OANIJ.Y PHONE H...- .... .'.Ik, !....<.. ROLLER CANCMILL : YAMAHA ELECTRIC garage,fenced yard with mini maintenance "landicaping. t
.14...-.... ..... Dark ally ..'..1..58 .... IllS a REMODELING. .BUILD- _..n. ,.. may qaally far Phssi ...."... 1/11 .,...| ......, Tll-llll'71. Ills altar VW.I 141.... ORGAN iLlka sew, MS. Pat Would consider financing, for strong i
INC I. sad .. ... lisa .1 13,000 ... I/U. .lois _.... Mr.. C.P. Walhad.Jr client.
green ..1... .......,. 1 ...,..411-1141. Ittkg *.* a i aa* a. lipS IIl.ANTIQUE.
,.... eld.. Eiaalleat teadltlaa. kltcbca.. batka family the equity. I. year ham.. -----...----- .. ....11110.. 1/4 *Uk. lllparalaiaiaai J
(,... ... lalarmatlaa BINGO. Aaurttaa Lakn ..a* raama. Brick, black ea.. A pplle.U.. taken by ....... FURNISHED .iI Iwi ..... ------------- -------..------ POTPOURRI
...,... Mr.. I.H. Mlaa-. 102.1....'1aja..SanrdayPOR crata. F '.."". ........18. Will .. ..., exlatlng. ..* ,.. ..... Msrnisd ...... FRUIT TREES, ....., ... 1
....... tai-CTIT er .T1-1I.0.Itpd at.di I. .. C.II........ pban. gagai at ......&. W OUarn... aly.. .....*f.-.47.1...| STORE. Lected 11.*. ...,..... .717 W. Call CB with super kitchen .
1/11 ------------- 4T3-2108 er 4731JTS.TP ri" Lie.... Matgsp.Brek. .----- .. US 301. Ready taaparatai ......, ...... .... ...... I,... ... DupUx U00 owner financed
BALEi lTTYaaala / .,. Ru IJ. Ba" 40, THREE BEDROOM ..kiltkMM mavtag, matt. silL 'Aa.... 1'" .. 1." HM aaak .32 Acre $22,000 Owner financed
LOST ..... aad ..... S*.111.Cal ."...... I.... Hamptan, Fla. 3204d P".. CH/A. Biull mini T.... t. suit ",... Pbent CaaialUaa. *1 aa hi bad aadktaaaj. .a BR Brick 1 Vi B outside city I
.. ,
... ... J04478-f473 .. P.O Evarffrataa cad
1111. .18.1..%. 12 14 TI' e' with huM M ( Uk ar
.... German I........ __________ BRADFORD 0CPTIC.TANK A......... wtll J... I. WIMMnt Baa 10... Alatkaa Fla.. ........( Ire... ...,.. alaata.kaaalaf . Brick 3 BR 2 B Rd. 230 fenced
with flepey ..i.. Waarlagtkeker I ACRES POR BALEs Ry SERVICE Bndtar4raaUaatU ------- .. ...... au-alll. N.,,*.. 3M1S. lint TV/c.. ;. ........., .cay aiaraSaa .. .603 Pinewood sumptuous Interiors
aaUar. Call 47I-1II ...... .,. A.....".. I .... 1/4 TVi'sIg.TWOAPARTMEF4TSi. .,C..... Naraatf.ll ail
till p..p.a.ii. d5. ; ;: :; .SO Acres, home A trailer $55,000
Ittkg Ire (S all -.. with wall. -, BE al SUrka aa hwy lOG alFkwakaata.
aad atatle Uak lar makllakaaia. CammankU and .lainlrtaLFairy 111111111BUSINESS --- .Pkaaa" *SMl S.1 14 .. .3 one acre lots Country Club Owner Fin.
VABD BALE S.t...., U.I. Will. aaO ar la l...". P.... ...- ,, .,. .. .. .TwBtvfe FILL DIRT tap call luk( l/ll. . Lawt.y store A living quarters
......... .. .Ia
.....' 14. v... ........., ..... Call '''-IUI. ItpdU. 121. &l/e-' 1 "' ... __" ''- .n __ .., .. .....* T.R... "_'. .....u... and yard --------------
.'..'. ..... ... ...... Beat '/ 114 N. T.. ... I...... 1/4 Jimmy Manila. ....1130 i
Sa-lOC ...... .... Baptist ------------ niiL'; SAw 8HOP. CaaaplaU FOR LEASE lwtg 1111. I/30 YEaS.CHAIN BEAUTY .HOP.G." .......* Lucille Conner Spry Associate M4-4420 f
C....... ."..*... llpd l/ll. LOANS AVAILABLE .., akanaaaig aarrlca, ...... ...U.. ....,.. .. US 4.- .la ........ Varr |... elle....., ;
-- ......, .... .. ....lur.Etbsl ........1', kaad, ..dll..., 11 .. 8...... Per .......* HOUSE FOR RENTl I'..1 Iii LINK FENCE lacladaa. aU a........., ,_... diaries Thomas Associate 473-2f: "
LAND--i"o ALEi G. ..,......... .,. 3. U.... ..... ....... U.., write ".0. Street* 4k .....,.1 lit ftr ...,... LmU4kl II.. .... ........1.(>, aawralrlf. !
K. .,... NI.. ... 41, ..,.t... H... PI.ll ......... C.. I.... 110 Uarvertlty. Hurt, Mil I. ........... laitalladIre. ettlmataa. a........" arkad alIflOO. .
Height. .l.. L....... II..'.... Er..d ad Laaa Bind Saatk ..". 114, '...... Can attar a .... Call Manning Pasta ....... far. ......1.. ...1...
Or.,.sal &*10 aero tract Innolghhorhood ....... 471-111. tk/lla. .t ,...... I"""' .. Supply Jatkteavllla, Pla.. SillS ar 413,4737. *.... I. C_..., 4734822. 11307tpd K. I...... ........ ..... 47I4Sl I
.. .. new .hem... lilt Stark ar IL.,__ Ualckta.. tall 1-14-714-141. MaadayIkra 111.LIMEROCKi. *. ......1 sad ..

Sam let. permit mobile. ------------ U/efcg. Friday, liie a. i. ta NICELT FURNISHED ... ... Jaaat Caak. 47Hill .. \
........ .... .... .... .. 'EE KITTEN... .,... .,'0 p... l/ll lipS 1/11. ....._ .**.... UUIIUw. I.,. ).... GaMttt 4'54. .. 14luk \
..... P...... U eel witst.r.i.SOd.w.t.$4i ..... Is -... Wash. .....-..... HANDYMAN' AH ham. ------------ lakaa. privata ........, .r- Allan. Tayler.Lawtay l/ll.
...... an ...... lar gaad ..... rapaJra mtark /..torwnraaiadaHu. HAVE A HIGHLYPROFITAII.E ....drhrawaj... ] P.... "2. 171 -------------
par meat*. Commercial W..'. ..... ....... ..blld.'S. ..._..IaJ.. ... kaaalttallaaa '01 K. W.......... A.... ... t
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....ta.. .. SR-S1 .......... .'. ..,. ...... ....1 47111 ... .1...... Spatial. .... .. year awa.P III..... I II TF(,.... weekday ar TWO ACRE M"' ... kaatt
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Owner 4.714173.thg.. ar will ta r...*/'.'.. lar ...1., .1.. la | .., --- l- -r----- tl/chg. lala, NO DOWN Maple, treat planted by the Pilgrims 1620 are still.
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Had l/ll. ...tI..... Fraa .......... daalait llajll. .. ..apartawaar.. TWO ROOM "APARTMENT. PAYMENT t. eaallfladbaf for
------------ .1. k.fkialaaleveatery .. ... Ralph Brraa RaalUr. giving tap maple syrup.
i>....d-801 altar I .1111" h..lud.d. a.w TV. fi A..U.
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SECOND MORTGAGE HOUSE FOR RENT la llatarae aadtralalai. ... ....... .HIA 1 1 .
I tar Immadlata attanUan.ALCOOOLICS lJ. .. I I it .11.!! ....188. II luTE Ie II,.
MONEY AVAILABLE!Feat I Bath. family 1'.... V aa.. may kave year amrUi aa US-lOl i/4 ....... aft y lartlbad,Pban. ... BRASINCTONCaxttllae : .
........ 4TJ2111. .... -- stirs aaaa at little aa It tfchg.WATSON'S. .
Bechy Dyer. .. .In parch, .aparataatllJty. ...,.. Call. say time ler Mr. --- : danobile
LI...... ..1',.... 1279 ,.r ..,... Call ANONY. Laaklla ll-116-1104.. Had ONE BEDROOM alll.l.a.r. .,
,breker.chrg. TEN 473-32S8. Itfl tfachf MOUSi rbane 964-CM8 ar 1/11. ....,...,. ....,.... 114Taaiala HOUSE OF Saks Se..a I

'"4511. &I.... ------------ N. < .Ani Slarka.Utaitl.i VACUUMS, Man* brand.. fme Selection Of Used
ENTER THE'4.4 la Na ... **...... V... Lillian Pearson
IOLAMOROU8 I aatltlag ..,.. A..k.y.\ ..... ........ .......1.. P.". REALTOR Cart Token OnCadiUaC \
I Ljj' i;; w-d-fld-1 WarM .. ......... 0.. a E... ....... *..u... lipS .... ......He. fir all Trade >

; klkly. .'."'..1. I..... PUr, __ f. ..._. .,....... 404 N.W. I.AWTEV': ,FLORIDA 2001 / 3784301
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,t r. J. sad tataal 10th A*... Galaaavlll. 782-3806: i
wear .. leatarlag lIP BEAUTiriitLV
... ", .'1 ', r" J ,, '" '> \ T,II 1''' 'j '.; ,-,. ,. ....-- aatlaaally kaewa ........ ..'ba.a. "370-1110.. ,, tl/chg. lot .. ... :
I, < : t'RSO 'Jtf\u' 'lit EvarrHklMK/iirrbdldad lar NNW .a.t ..w. aa t; I', D"\,, l..rl, : ___
l ; : .1',100... 0.... YOUR its.' .Carpv. Pa.a.L .1.... bctlVn 'S1GNPAINTlNO Fat*, raa t), appraxr 100 pacaatraaa rl.ot I
;fillBEST ) ; mmmCLARKES ;. 'hf.811:" V"i! 'IiY.; j la a law ...... Call *t,1 ,acnrity ....... *ad .......,...., ..S.. Rudy at plantad past... ..., 'f ,
I... ,.. ,_ \ .". ',. .,n.!' ''' .. .. .. .' COLLECT ,0.- "-'''., tar llfktprivate p.*. W.... Visa III....'. Friday.. .d., S110.00O. GAS _ANn_ __ 011.__ .
<> '''q. n.. .. lipS. l/ll. .arkl.(. I.... far, Sat.8....M....'. TFpcbg.TOAIN H ; :. i i'A
,PART time Jab" In SAW SHOPl 1 BR, PUBNISHEDHOUSEi ....., ... ........ ., ...1,1., ... ......... 2 BR .ra..-... itove, 3INJ H.Thompson St. :, 1''' ;, W ; i...,,; ; !
America' tar High School Jr*. Complete ......* .. aarvlee -....... pig. west ....1..... ., :;: i Na eltlJd... ar pat.. E.. : LINK FENCE weaker A dryer. Will 64-5888 .- \: :"," ',<"' .'," ,.'

and SO'.., 15i m.. 1 head drealar .aw.rblads. .... ...pea,. III ... pan plat, :llllliillfUNFURNISHED O $ eallaat ......... Batartacaa material .D* K ,.....elf and eoaiMtr trailer .. trad. -- i
weekend a ...... Prior ., chain. aawa, I..". .. Sa : ; 113.000. LPGas
!. 431.3112, I.! !. : r*.*lrad. PkaM 9M-828J. .... INtUlIatlan. .u. ..
Service ,.1'....begin at hat Crew. B.n...'. Supply, .. .I!!! ..:.. '<. ,." ... .,. ... ..,. ..., .' no..... Free .......... HaadyMan Fuel OH Ralph Bryan :
ran:. Ia.... Farther ..!... Laka Batter, ,/I, & .. 1 BDRM TRAILER Fence Ca. 4-85S9.. 800 Neat adjacent t.
cottage Oil
Uahraltkad.. I I/I mllat KITCHENETTES ... Lubricating II eal Estate
contact Recrnlter Calvin USE THE LAUNDRAMATt tram L. .."., all Rd. Ill, DOUBLEWIOE ....11. Tl'/e.... George. Lake with .ak.privU.g. -
Varaea, USNG Stark 111.. Jaee .. Uaktr, ....., J4..4. 1 BR, 1 tall ....P... V..., TV, AC. .. 2 ....,.. Wholesale
HWY the Warehousefor
Armory, 1-804-B64-6320 nr 100 by Handy Raalttr,4.*-llll. E.... 4... ..,.... .family r..., liniagI. aid utrvlca waakly ... PATIO COVERS 10*20, lanced let 113,400. 230&N.TmpUAv..
431-1421, 11/18 tin. WI,. We have a wash. dry 1"1. lltkg 1/11. .... ....1.* ream, ."..... ......,'. Raataaraat ... 117 ..Ia....... Limited Stark. ..Fla. 1
and laid. eervice 29 cent Rt.Attendant cud .laaadry ...., Pally !_.(. * U.....- Tires 844788
.. duty. ....,-.-.. .....,.. aid '.'.1 ....,.... ward MaUI, > 1/9 .11. innnlv. GATOR Remodeled. 3 BR 2 BathI. Tubes
....... .. .... ALUMINUM. 4010 N.W. ..., CH/A .. 10 ..,.. 1009, 400 ft., '
".100. S 1111 prln
ClassifiedAds TANK'. CREASE,. ... ........... HIS.**. I... Nortk .. Surka *. US Ml. lltk St. G........... P.... Batteries
SEPTIC llpd I/IS. fenced I "vrletb fruit commercial., 301 NorthlOUiFlv
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8. v. ... .. .., ....111.. 1277 TV/..
TRAP cI........, new II... E... 4..-ll l. hug 1/11. ------------ ( 372-8707. 7/B &II.... tw_. phi ,..... Ala 1 2 ;
: GetResults retteatbla. .... Far ytb: THREE BEDROOM, Z bath BR rental houae 155,600 .. 50 aero*. N
4311022. All ....... ap 8 pa altk .t.... ...., PALMS APAKTMENTSt term .. Lawtay ,
ElllaUacU. l. '.lak.d.Waaklr hiaii..sJ.IOSlasdlO6SL.4.Srl00|
>. ..... .... 3/31 tf/ekg. garage tented yard. CU A. FAVLKNKRREALTY
fireplace. largo earner .lot er .......,M1J N. ClassifiedAds ------ t.
US South. CallI. .. A... S..r... POULTRY FARM .
301 149,000. Taaifle .
POE LEASE I}..... .In liaise l Breeder, 3 .d.r. B....., ..
ll' HIM wiEfr7ANTIQUE: : .. .ppt. 904-8082 er *<4- TF1ct. GetResults CQ2U 230
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hhI1 Drilllruj Caaaty i par 6500. U 14 TF chgMOBILEIIOMESWh7 ...... egg room a\ living'
Cad 4S-l7S. 1/4 lukf .. .
--- .._rler.. Call; ... d.tell.'
...................... lll.Florilund. Itta.TAlJaANT FOR RENT : :\ >.l N.Temple! 1053, 0.. acre log. ..uIouok.

....... II):..FURNITURE...., ..... ...1. mare? Bny direct, fromfactory pay ...... .. Pkwa *648J49. 10 aera'a. IIS.MM)) 20 ....., Nlarka.Flarida. ..,., alt 301 Nertfc1066i ,

2" Thru 0" vat ... II ........ b.ig. withgild .... It 14 TF .k| 1234)00 ar SO acre. m Paul H.Fauik..rR.shtsr.. ---------
Realty ,.......... .11... ..... Large ef pu.p.. ..., well ..d aeptlc 3 BR.blucli.PraU 51.
Fiat Rotary 4.*1074. I..... l/ll. 21l4l2ld... UTARKE: ..... .. graded. read
393 N. ". A... HOME ------
T..p" US
,. ---------- CENTER. 301 M4-S06S
Drilling Equipment S,.....,Fla. ALLIS CHALMERSTRAC.TORi North.Ope. S t*....k. 1 toSnnday. S f 40,000.. 1072i Let ... ...,.. Ia...

STATe LICENSED 9A47700M.kllt \ 1 kettem. Call plawt S9-II41., 1 rowtaltlvalar. tf/ckg. P.... (04-8741. "C4:8tlqt: ;.; $,: : r A i5ttr I .., acre. 110.000. LAWTEY 2 br, ...... all 8R-I8.' ,
i LR. DR. .... family 1'.... -
s..s.aa.a..a.aasls.I5Pumps .... .. lat 1**' X Matalaaay._ :_lips_iiii._*_ ,. ........... 10 2 readt A PI'II..... lacladad. l0732Il2a.d3J/Zscr. !
HOME -' acre treating
BLOCK wl&lI-jlie4. I
I 30'. pTANOl Vary (... ....,. cJ "U Nicely bodacapad.LAWTEY lota, /8K 225A.
,.... raoma,2 bath,with. 12 acre., PORD WBECRERt 1171, 22JOOO. I
..s..s.Ie s.a.Isa.s sues aaada .. $350. Call4t ..... .. .,.. ... ------ ,
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.. .. .. I.... Carpet. CH/A. H. Prayer Dally for Spiritual ---- --------
Ittal aaatlaltkadkatlaaaa 1>IJ 416-5135, altar 1
New & UsedSates.Parts.Servlce Satall. la .,...... p'lipi lll.allakti ..... 782-3917. S/13 tf/ hg, 440Pkaaa "'.17511. IttkfIts Help and Guidance 38J3 atraa 1340' on US 4 ur... 107 s JBR block. 8R 1CEatt t,
.... .._____ .j": I. ._."- --* 'MUS-rrNa .--..-.. i7ltr 301 158,300 term partially ....... with wall \
--- POOL TABLE .... ... Sldor Jetn will bring you and light! pela.WALDO --------- \
G... ......,... ....... trade. Make .. en ellar.PkaBa ----- .
gaed .......... 4>l1717. peao of mind.Through 1077. 10 or 20 ell SR
...... II lilt acre
farmIlk 1 NltatJt lltkg 111.CUSTOM .. !!;,!,.!:. .. ..litkalt Ol DAY.E\I: "EF.K''iOS.PhenU2.:1AOtI : --------- 225.
..... Power Prayaf.Through : -2 br..... bam.
C-Z Terms ------------ roaD 1TON Qod.Sitter. Jean'WIN Help. .
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----------- PICKUP AT AC. low furaUhad en let. ---------
:' .II.II..s...III ..,.. with 11Ireatage. MADE'DILAPERIE8. CAR REPAIRS ....... ......* II...very. ...... You ....... ....t.... ......ty lOll Baauitful 4 ...... on
Fnrnltnr. *!!:.I.'UJ.LrOaD PRIVATE CONSULATIONSPhon. ........... VA n..d.c 1'11._. Street.
Plumbing ------------ and fleer cevarlagti Iron Foreign ft DomesticAt -- ..........
.. ... .... eethaatee at bom.. RANCERl II'*. P4M, 7823991ALL -------
.. aadkara.
eattttttaattt.ttt t I ... yenr Deekl .
.*.. S4M* ....., PH. ... AC. ARE WELCOME Oil vearil list a altar
SAW Eatorprbe. Ed or Your Home T.... (.k M, AM/PM S t...... ...,Flaaaclag. br. I ... 70 ttraa .. ......... aajtara. ..
New Installation -------.,--- L... Stephen*. 4M-221. Or BusIness ../.. ll. ..... ...... Crag rc....,. I.L.I.II 1I ..."..1.., latatlaa I. R......... C-'r.OvtrtOtlatta
..... with readIreatage ./14 Us.. .... ....
S paved Dadd. M44SS7 asserT ... 14llfd I Sa> H.. SR12SDM
L.r .......
Mr l law* .
Memodellno Repairs For Minor Tina-Ujts f Philip W. Clark I with ....... floor. ----------
I tM N. ............ | e. -Oat ala kl.c.
dry ; atrte la-dt;: Owaaflaaatad. > To Motor aadTraasnissioB REALTOR: '!! ----- aad4. let siLL ZIG.=leal
ij ijom. 11DAVE'S E KEYSTONE I I WOODED 2 ii! aeraa.awaar it....*..

urranc ------...---- c Work HEIGHTS r" ....IIC''.. avaOabla.luuirin ------- -----
1 .. ream alder ..... ------- lOSS.. "...1.. .... aa I .....
*>..............ssI..sI u.*". Owaar r........ ; say it'i good luck for 111% Oiria.(1041473-4700. ... .ATE1 2- ..._. i Lake. G...... .....
-- to fly Into the home E.... .E--. j ----------
PUMPS & SUPPLYCOMPANY PbeieM47700VeralaP.Odam.GRI firefly, T..... I.d.. .. Irs.ha. .. IM bam* Larca arafa IMP- S I". etna will .....
Guaranteed Work ELECTRIC 1t04..7I-40I'. ... ... .... aataldtllj awl warktkap. Cfcala. Uak lag 4 BK ..._. '.a. II
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.. ----- priced Maaiatan area.RENTORSALE.
..R..'Estata MUST SELL

884 temple' Av*>. E......-.."..,.1471 Liquidation of n*.. all. *,.*. CALL Heating & Air EUetnG.StaabySalaaman % R:I Bath. Carp.r; C.. PECAN---TREES---. -ha". -----------

building-60 t06(1S DIXIE MECHANICON .......473-305 tral HA. .Urg let. .... year own little pecan tHO. Tw. 1 SB ttrahkedOTWua.
Stark Fla. Pearl Aa4r.wiAsiICl14 12.lZpar aq. ft. Call Collect ConditioningFREE eel hberkeed... I. ..... (rev*. 3 or 9 acre.. ""- .".....1.....aad Wits
364739LG.DsS 1-904-387-2889 WHEELS s,......
Century Steel BuHamg NeWt' 2 B..r...., Large Llvl| 197$ M..n. H... ----------
064-7061 A.s.dsi.P54flit 964-5590 _raam t Bt Block Hen.. _pie..., '......., ..... Many .. tkata ........ ar*
ESTIMATES New 1 BR Eaargy Elll en 3 .... I* Stark*. II A. Sal up la MJI. sweep fuinacod at rate
RjUSSiHHH UttESBBttttBUBfB Sii&BBnfet .1..' Hem* Uadar C..- Park. ..war has meat landingmatMatwna.
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She Stand. In A Class Of Her Own I 473-2498 PEA ........ 1 BS Stub 1 hath, f R.DR ---- -
1 ..w.... U ACT Faraiatta a lea 3 .
Psychic f"l U
The Unique-Spiritual TO .!.!.. ----- .... ham with. eaatH A
1 4 BR. I ..... La, n. A. Barn la.l.d.4.SAMPSOr4LAKE. ..."..P.Bry.. I

CENTER 0.... ........ 1 ... arpmo! .. tew.. ----- Realtor Lnmaai
Madame Jace i Beam fir year G....... ....... M4208 ,' .

11111110 n.. Parmlfna Molding 1114**. tiLl bstbLR.FB.psiI.. aaw 3 .,., t b., nac..,. WajraaE.Daaglaa
aha win read your *. PP. wilitOut yfCT I ..... 8...... HU.
III. .uell IS LoV'. "" p. Kitchen" Cabinet WATERS CHARM eM CHEER yard. black bam. .wltk ..... H A A....lal.
alt'. .. .clvlc. CIfI ell shaWl I STREETt --- -- A. Caaat ...te.. ..du..... .".aU
........0.. ..... lullS' end puvmw* j p.culMofl. ,.Ne you Who I Ccuiterloos I BULLDOZING J BEt oath lama*. a...
She .v.r isis to r.unl( lila kkxhen ,.
end nt roll wIN "frY. n ( Ic.u. vanititsFREE. BR.Balk 1/ ian lurga on on* at HIGHWAY 301 OavUDral
.. S/l..df! end HappY M..tThIg... OVIfCO" In_'". and I il *Bulldozer Work ... Itl.time hem. ...,.... !a.I .....,...1 prapartrvallabl Aaawialn

Bad Luck ol sit' kind I Large or Small HUM.T -- -- .. 4M1Z25I
> U. I both, frame ZRVP. .
Oo*5 Hot Tarn To PIau. Veil ". '** **" *** """ "***" *"* 1 IOn. EST/AlA TESVAIGHMJIHIS8 I *Lard Fill Weeded A.,.. ,. c:.., 4 ...... .S.,.. ---------
Madam Jace C...., .l44*. If ya. ara raady t* buy er
bthr to --
hIt'S failed to h. "you. 8h do** "Nt claim oe ---
Oon'l be dI.eouraged $II other thl* m.d 8""pintu." ..rt Medium .to wpe. to arty reader you "..V..y. : PondaWILBUR $5 BUILDING LOTS One SO _. tract ..*ryraoMMabl all call us tadaf,
vie"will 000VinGI you' IfiVA .*.Jail.H '''.If

.. OOfl. ; ; ce. WATERS I. eerie.., ...... ef Brad. Paved rend.iKIHItiF... .....,.
,. ;. AND nHUfnriAi. M tomas OAII.Y. evtvone wticoug 'I I lard Caaoly...., ........ 'K..ala.. -M44kM
/ On Hand Sign J lit Front Ol Hr Hom. You 'Cant Miss //t : 140 S. Thompson St. "4500 ',.' .hit ar* ..... ......... ( : *;;. h..... HiI... tI.......

Look For Nan's In Stark Across From KOA Campground. ....Meal I:..... Bronrr r........- 001411. III't
South OM coca Cot riant *
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US 301 : II C. S. .tttt Wklle-
On 554-7976
located I w,Mem. 8& 1IWfI.. Pb.ia \... 5tI...
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rage I* TELEGRAPH ;Jan. u. IWM
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Cub Scout News ,4i ?;

by Mikeand Carol'ftWest,


A new cub scout pack pack 873. will
be starting this month In Starke. Pack
673 U being sponsored by the Airpark
GIRL SCOUTS Baptist Church on Orange Street.
The former Cubmaster of Pack 73
Mike West, Sr.. will be Cubmaster of
Girl Scout' Pack 673. Because of the rapid growth
NewContemporaty LookIf of Pack 73, a new pack was necessary
an effort to communicate a strong to accommodate more boys.
unified message with an Immediately John Schmitt will be the acting Cub-
identifiable contemporary symbol master of Pack 73, still meeting at the s
Girl Scouts of the United States of First United Methodist Church on
American has adopted a new trefoil Walnut Street.
symbol and logo. More information will be given later
Within the traditional three-leaf concerning Pack 673. All interested
clover design are three st)lized girls' boys and parents contact Mike West,
faces in profile accompanied by the Cubmaster of Pack 673 064-8496. fluster charge Ra
legend "Girl Scouts" in a handsome The correspondent of Pack 73, will ,, IM..MYq.M. b
contemporary typeface. Rendered In now be reporting for the New Pack 673
color on a white background the only.We
symbol is in Girl Scout green and the wish Pack 73 the best in the New
logo in the blue that is used by the Year! e.
World Association of Girl Guides and
Girl Scouts.
The newly-designed emblem allows 1 I t 1 1I
Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. to look SFCC Schedule I
contemporary while retaining its
stable dependable image; 'Q
acknowledging the female focus of AdjustmentSchedule
Girl Scouting and the "humanness" of
its orientation; looks responsive;
aware; retains and or modifies the adjustment (Add-Drop)
kev element of Girl Scout identification for the Winter term of Santa Fe
the trefoil; and aids In recognition Community College will be held
of the Girl Scout movement as tonight Thursday January 11, from
part of a world-wide organization. to 8 p.m. at the Starke center office in
The new emblem was designed by Bradford High School. e
Saul Bass of Saul Bass-Herb Yager The last opportunity to adjust
and Associates, Inc., an Interna- schedules will be Monday Jan. 13
tionally recognized visual com- from 8 a.m. to 1:30: p.m. I
munications firm. The Bass-Yoger
organization has created corporate
identity campaigns for such major
companies as the AT&T Quaker Oats '
United Way and United Airlines, to FLORIDATHEATRE 1 r
name a few. e. r .
The need for a unified corporate
image was illustrated by a public
opinion survey on Girl Scouting that Call ft Walnut, ,
was done in 1977 by the Roper Organl. Starke 964-5451

zation at the request of GSUSA. ................................
Among other things it was found that
while most people have a good opinion Fri. Sat. Sun. e e .
about Girl Scouting few knew any-
thing about its programs or that it is a 1
separate independent organization., JEFFBODGES 1 I I I l i iI ,!
The national organization along with rAKUMJMA.JOWS; : 1
347 Girl Scout Councils nationwide Is t\\\lTIT;
embarked on a three-year campaignto ":'
get a unified Girl Scout message
across to the public. The new emblemis ,
the basis of an all-new graphic
identification program. It will appearon SOME 11 ))' I
stationery business cards, posters,
patches property decals, etc. KILIED'IIEIerIR


BHS [rc11] "- 8 "
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; BLURBSSuper { s 1 JI I

"High Balling"

Superlatives ................................!
&I It has been a tradition at Bradford,
,High School for the senior class td 301 DRIVE-IN
. (annually nominate and elect people ...M..H.. .................... r 40
that they feel have surpassed the Fri. Set. f ot
norm in talent, personality intellect
11 and other areas. This tradition has Walt Disney II
come to be known as the Senior Super
latives. Although the elections were "The Cat From
) held at the beginning of the '78-79! .e eI
school term I feel they have not .e
Outer II
received the attention due them. Here Space".PLUS.
are the Senior Superlatives;
Most Intellectual: Irene Wainwright I I
and Dwayne Baldwin.
Most Athletic: Cindy Griffith and "The Littlest Hobo"

Marvin Tyson. ....... ......
Most Likely To Succeed: Debt Kite H. a1..1 a.....; '
and Horace Griffin. Sun. Mon. ) 'E
Most Individual: Stacy Hayes and A
Carlos Hernandez. CHfftlUVKMOit +
Most School Spirit: Lynn Barber KXD*blond dyomte h
and Mike Andrews.
Most Talented: Cassie Riddick and
Lee Felton.
Most Popular: Jana Godwin and
Donald Reddish. HALEl' s : a sI

Best Personality: Belinda Kilby _
and Marty Chastam.

Mike Best Futch Dressed: Sharon Hobbs and .PLUS. I I i iI

Best All Around: Sylvan Williamsand
Doug Reddish. GIRLS HUE
Cutest;: Marlene Dawson and Ricky IE
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Josh Wittiest Sutherland.: Antoinette Bright and : = : .
*-.Io.oournoaciWAYOUR "
Congratulations to all.

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The Following Programs Are Being OfferedBy

The Bradford-Union Area Vocational- 'I I /

Technical Center 609 North Orange Street,

StarUe, Florida Telephone 9049646150.? '

Call Or Write For Information.General f

Adult Classes And QED Preparation

Alrconditlonlng, Refrigeration A Heating
Automotive Mechanics

Carpentry Culinary Arts (cooking and baking etc.) I'

Data Drafting Processing 0 I' '

Electronics Technology *

.i. Heavy Equipment Operation 'i:, ,
.'.;.i. Nursery Masonry Operations Jj if : I

Radio & Television Service :,.,? ::1

Truck & Bus Mechanics (heavy' duty-dlesel, ); 'I* I -
Typing / '-
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Business Machines i'' '- : \ .:, .. >- :- ';'\? ':>.: :;: .': :' >
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Shorthand Boolfceeping ., ''' ," "'. ,' : '.,, ...-,' ... ,.. '.."......,:....,......1>.''..,..' .., \"...,.. ''" ._....;',,., .'.,._;f.\......, ."..\.., ".. .,':_..'"'"-',.

Welding ;" tit. ;I: ."'- : : :D!' ;: ::

< '. St. O: :. ,'rs.1 .

Applications Are Now Sting Taken For The Mext Term ',' .., : . :

Beginning January 22, 1 919lnd Should Bo Filed By .

January 12th.ln. OrderTo Allow Time For

The Admission Process.i _


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Some say adversity te the best the last period and built up an 11 point big men clogged up the middle with BUS sunk a poor 13-of 48 shots or 28
teacher and though Bradford' lead," Adkinson said of the game rough and tumble tactics which the percent, from the field. At the charity
vanity basketball squad dwindled In which was nip and tuck imtil the final referees allowed and BHS scored only line however BHS had unusually ,
number last week the remaining quarter. two field goals after that. good; night bucketing 14 of 17 chance. fr ,,
heyTaorpicked up the load and gave BUS led 1-4 at the end of one period The Tornadoes did scrap back to 82 percent Kevin Miller the BHS
their first winning and by five halftime but needed the lead 3432. going Into the fourth center who had to contend with the t iF
week of the season with m pair of winm fourth quarter splurge to break the period. With both teams battling rough and tumble tactics of three w '
against a single loss. came open. High leaping laaEs under the boards BUS built that lead different SA "big" men hit on 8 of 11 F-
The Tornadoes have now won three Hamilton snaked free for open to 30-34 with 6:10 left In the game on free throwa. Dwayne Cummlngs, Ed -r -S--
of"their last four outing and tipped ,. In the final minutes! to finish as the six free thrOW'by Kevin'Miller and Hamilton and Curtis Shell each hit on'
their season wan-lost mark to 5-*. Thi game's leading point producer with 19 two by Ed Hamilton and ta toy-up by 2 of 2 chances. Four of the charity l'I Iu1,
week BHS beat Baker High 51-35 lost and also led in rebounds with seven. Frailer Bats 'on a feed from chances were one-and-one situations
to st. Augustine 40.46and beat Santa Frazier Bass added IS points from Hamilton.'I.. "Andbody who gets just 13 field goals
Fe 54-47. his guard spot for BHS while Duane BHS kept putting the ball up and can expect to lose" said Coach
Ben Ross, a senior starter ands Cummings hit for eight points and missing; repeatedly,' '' on'' short Adkinson. i
Anthony Thomas, a sometimes! used. claimed six rebounds for the percentage 'shots''and"Idyupsj' I SA's SA was 4 of 8 at the free throw line d
senior substitute, both-; quit tha squadt Tornadoes, who hit 52 percent from Leon Edwards bite' *foot Jumperand and 23 of 59 or 39 percent from the i : t 1. : lq l I4
last week after being disciplined fer, the field in the second half. Manning'' bucketed1'' '* 10 foot: field. Manning led SA with 11 points : r\
missing! practice by Coach Warner; Santa Fe was tall but sluggish and jumper 'to tie the! '''game' : 38-38 with end 7 rebounds.
Adkinson, The squad had already came out of the game with a 2-4 5:20:: left.' Kevin Miller led BUS scoring with
been thinned ,out when three other record Donald Dixon led the boats BHS !still couldnt buy1 basket.. At 18 points getting five buckets inside Vanity eager Curtis Shell put up A nine footer against MacelenayBaketuCounty ; ,
players quit early In the ieaaoa' > I, with IS points.; 4:10: SA's Angeld Anderson, who came to go with his 8 free throws. Dwayne Friday night. The Tornadoes.claimed their secondwku la. a row against;
Junior varsity! regular Chariest' ....' in the second half after two other big Cummings led BHS in rebounding the Wildcats. -. "
was called up this week to round out aM' II 11 M M men each\had 'four fouls called on with 8; Ed Hamilton got 6 rebounds.
the vanity cage squad. oar 4 II I1.Q them; got an Inside basket to up SA up 1 and Frailer Bass and Glen Carter 5 i
Rosa loss was the most crucial as BH< .'Carter' M-l, ant **-!$. Mlltar !...,, by two, 40-39. Anderson--a pre-aeaaon 1 each.
the high post veteran was the leading MMHHtM H-lf M.IIU lob OmmlnM M-4. All-Stater'didn't'arrive'at' the game "It's just an excuse for losing, but ,
rebounder and second high scorer L...... TMIH lt14M.fPWllltamtlll.. until halftime.St. St. Augustine nearly beat Hamilton : I
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when he left the squad. Butt junior ,Jm I..I-U,,.NCYI.w.IJ-4.T. Din*" Augustine called time, with 3:22: and Muier to death under the boards- I'
Edward Hamilton and Curtis Shell .4,tcmrtiMl-4-4,a.IIMMinM!.*, II. left and went into at four corner holding blocking and pushing," said
have come on to fill In ably for Ross at w. offense. Mike Crawford got the ;, Coach Adkinson.
the spot) Hamilton was teamhighscorer basket that sealed the 'doom of the "Under a good, tight-called ball- :
in both of last week's wins. St.Augustine 4 BHS 40 Tornado five when he caught BHS, game they wouldn't have had ;
Flashy guard Albert Manning a edging too far from the basket In anerorf anybody left," said Adkinson of the \
811354-BF 47 ball handling! whiz the Tornado live to steal the ball and dribbled officiating Saturday night in St :
Coach Adkinson joked afterwards found out, led the Yellow Jackets to a around center Kevin Miller for a lay: Augustine. marken."i
that this performance wasn't exactlya 46-40 win over Bradford High In St up. BHS had choice'then but to :
work of art but it went down in the Augustine Saturday night, Jan. 6. continue to go out after the basketball ., SKI....,|.|-14..M.. j
,win column as the Tornadoes tamed1the It was Manning who bucketed seven and SA got two more snowbird layupsi ; t IA "-l4-1ter.Nwe. :
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points while BUS was held hit C.rpr 11, Sass**., CmilllllMJ
Frazter Bass on a ,
.four hosting corners Raiders offense with In the an last effective period strait to turn a 26-21 Bradford from outside for BUS with 19 ponds 1 I-M.' Mlltarl'''I... ......,_ I--. Mil I IJ4.TMU !

Tuesday flight!, January 9. advantage into 28-26 St. Augustinelead left but by that time SA had the win It.AtxmtMwMwmtafi.-MI. ._ t-t-4
"We went to the four corners with just under five minutes left locked up1 to-even its record at try 144.taittntm i-4-I.t>im I.M. ) ::
against their man-to-man defense in In the third"quarter.. tit Augustine's BHS dropped to 48. .adw.rd.11-7,Cr.-444.T41.I.2ai41. ;

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Quick :, : si finished with 10 points each to lead tti; late free throw and basket to close out;;
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a tough decision to, Mg dauted and now ftUf unlimitedman Middle weight sypertority' wasn't
.Palatka and two other matches last was held out of the match enough for. Bradford** grapplers
r week to drop.Its season record to 04 in because of recent surgery on his knee. against the GainesvBto school as 1
dual match competition. Scott got another win by Just walkingto Buchholz claimed a 3A-M decision at
Even with the losses Tornado mat-center and having his.hand their own gym. .

grapplers Henry Pete Anthony raised in victory but afterwards said The Bobcats, now Jot, Jumped out to
Bright Alan Montgomery and!Martin he was hoping to get a shot at the high- a 14-0 team lead f gainst a Bradford
Slocum: built on their Impressive ranked Panther matman. Boyd is High team that was a bit shell-
individual slates. The foursome won expected back for the district shocked when five of Its men were
all three of their matches in last championships in February, if not declared overweight ta the pre-meet '
week's action. before then. weigh-in i'tf

.a..m.ry.IM-.r.s (a,_WN.WN141I1, "All can say is their scales were a l,
Pete stayed unbeaten at W) with six al_(51 g..I..s M.I Y11ar.w.(P' 11.N.5IM ., lot different than ours," said Wrestling 41 4.l, j
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pins forrecord the year at 159. Bright ran I his Coach Ronnl
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to 10-0) with four pins at 141. a1 larl.K.'....rl.H4 ter) S- admitted displeasure not only of the
Montgomery is 9-1 with three falls at _Fig IrUVMIM IPI IM H_ ..1'. lie. weigh-in results but also of the way '
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Panthers ran their record to 7-1 The Bobcats claimed wins in the
with the win that came tougher than The Tornadoes just ran into "a first four matches before the Tornado
Seabreeze outfit" in Daytona.
they expected from the winless Tor- tough big guns scrapped: back. Alan Mont-
said Coach Ronnie Harris, and fell 23-:
nadoes. gomery started the Bradford by
47 Friday night. January 5. surge The Lady Tornado Junior varsity win.
Palatka is the defending district coming back from a 8-2 deficit to win aM
BItS managed but three wins and a basketball team made it tough for ,JV girls providing pressure are Mae
but when their closing second decision In the 129
and region champion number ... Janet WUllams.Damlift' .
draw against the Sandcrabs and were ', Hawthorne to get the ball Inbound onthis llollii.
grapplers went againstBradford's pound division That win raised his
top-notch only briefly in contention for the team play and made things tough for 3. Loaette Smith .21. Lynn
best out the Martin Slocum
1 I they came on personalel recordheavier the Lady Hornets all Bight In a 3.... Loper. 20.Hollis' .
short end. win.Danny opponent in the
earned Bradford its
rookie Green Nugent 135 class. Slocum ---- --
First tot pound Billy pound --
claimed a win by for the Tornadoes first points when he wrestled to a wrestled at 122. : -(
in the opening match.In draw at 116 pounds. Martin Slocum Unbeaten Anthony Bright kept the Hot Shooting HelpsJV ., ,'I, _1IiIaI/IIt/ o,
and Alan then took wins ,1
the 122 pound match Tornado Montgomery Tornado streak alive with a 5-3 decision \'; ; __..I
in the next two classes to the ,.
Martin Slocum went against Pala- In the 141 his '+ :; .f : 'Ii
classivication. '- '."'," kjf .
Tornadoes a lead they soon relin \ ,
tka's Kevin Daniels, a runnerup at quished. Both Slocum and Montgomery eighth win in a row there. Bright's win Girls Keep Mark Above ..500The '. ', r .' f. ',;1 i.f,.r Vi: ,
district last year, and held on for a 5-4 closed the team score to 12-14 but BUS I', ., d'" .
decision after controlling the match won by early pins Slocum at managed just two wins in the final six t ",. I" JI. ,r .
and at 130. '!';; '
most of the way 123 Montgomery matches and fell to 0-4 on the year. JV girls of BHS lost a scoring average to 13.6 points per ,
Alan Montgomery beat his Panther Anthony Bright used four penalty Henry Pete who had fashioned a 6-0 heartbreaker at Gainesville Buchholz game while Williams drilled in five
: nemesis Jerry Strickland 7in a' points called on his stalling opponentto card at 158 moved up a class and won Saturday night but came back to field goals for 10 points.
match that was once tied 22. Strick- stay unbeaten with a 5-4 decision an easy 11-9 decision in the 170 pound bomb Hawthorne at home Monday to The crisp passing of Hollis.
land was runnerup to Montgomery at win. Henry Pete also kept his card division. Allen Scott then was keep their record on the plus side at 3- Williams, and Hope Jackson
district last year spotless at 159 with a second period awarded a forfeit win in the unlimited 2, combined with the rebounding of
141 pounder Anthony Bright and 159 pin but Allen Scott suffered his second class where he has rarely beenafforued Tracy Hankerson to push Bradfordinto
pound man Henry Pete stayed loss of the year in the unlimited category competition this season. BIIS 39-1111318 a big lead and Head Coach Jerry

unbeaten for the season. Bright won a losing soundly by decision. McGriff was able to play his

9-3 decision and Pete pinned his opponent Summary lf'-M 4llfM CI' .... lummaryi. "'._.*!. IOSI we.Orwit It was too much Mae Hollis and substitutes freely in the second half.
midway through the first penod ar_., 14l ,...v._ I SI *M SMWII4 ..11 lIII "... IM.LM (Oil 4 111N.4.M .... OrvMf <.' *.. Ng "H 1- 1-.10.1) Ninxrt Fig ' HM*
Hornets to handle BHS '
Johnny Bell earned a.4-4 draw in the as ran out to 9- 1 4 4 4-la
IMCM 111 I m Oarda ""j- Ma.f4.mKy pin" 114' Hf-MMMMiMry I INS K.Minimi _"*, w.
\188 pound match. (_I ..a ac_...,:44.1..GI.' pM MM llfll.flKvm. (IIHS' 1h-. jxtravlil'tKISrlfMISMIl 0 lead and never looked back againstnow I t lt-J
Allen Scott the Tornado unlimited Mil tBrl_ (SI tft. Qtumm ..4i I4,. ) <....MOOT*frit ,_ ... 1-4 class 2A visitors Monday MMS ThMMMM l4,TurtMT....
entrant again won a forfeit victory NMM it) ... M.r4rig: tw-rm <_) .ftrcwn IOt ..e. M4TMV t-tl t4-MilMlM''' // IOU Pa night, Jan. 8. ...AtkiiitM' ,..,. Immn.. OM.c McH.y I-
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Hollis scored
hen the Panthers didn't field 17 points on a varietyof t-4-14.
w a grap- G._ IS) fH MJMH01 .,", 11SW4IO (SIISI '.OMiwm ail "'M Mitw4 isMi 114wimworm ., aH.Will" ... ,
pier in that weight class. Massive g.. Iwmd.N "4)g u.11mg1.OkrWM., K. 1011 I "IwhHMII ':JI; U..atll.MS' medium range jumpers and 1), Naat.r4." L_JKksm...FIJ. 11u5. HMIIti-t.. .
Randall Boyd of Palatka, the 1978 s .5/.1. wed MrfMt. baseline drives that upped her season h.I.l ..... Mu.dWM_..... Turn 6-1-39..5H

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::1 Bullets Take Lead in Small Fry BasketballThe Bradford's JV road girls fell behind and 10-3 6, .r: .-.. .,,-)al-.3-
early In this game just
Mae liollis pulls the trigger against<<
Bullets ere the only team to go hit for 10 markers for the losing Roc- Nets 24-Rockets comeback win Monday Jan. 8. missed catching Gainesville Buchholz Hawthorne in a Monday night girls JV

unbeaten in the first week of Starke kets. The winless Rockets didn't have The stubborn Jazz led 12-10 at halftime Saturday January 6. game. game at Bradford High School.

Recreation Small Fry basketball play Jana C.a.44r I-5). K.eiwdr ISIS.RKkfl. near enough firepower to stay with but scored: only two points in the The JV Lady Tornadoes closed the Hollis found the range for II points topu.h
after Christmas and took over first .. wutiMt' t-4-lt. MarlM 1-4-1. second in second half. The Bullets again featured and the JV Lady Tornadoes to their
the : place Nets a Monday in the middle periods actuallyled
place in the league with a 4-1-1 season a balanced scoring attack but third win against two losses. Number
Jan. 8 game. late in the fourth quarter saw
record' Bullets. Nets Johnny Jackson pumped in 16 points headed by Chuck Coburn eight the lead slip away and their record 14 Tracy Hankerson of BUS looks on.

Balanced scoring and a tight-knit for the winners who held the Rockets points, and Isaac Simmons, five slip to 2-2 in the loss.
JaztM-: Rockets defense led the winners to an easy victory scoreless in the last three quarters. points, while the losers were led by Hope Jackson pumped in seven field
in the second game January 3. NpN JK.43.11/. Manly Alonzo Williams, who hit for eight goals and finished as game high
The Jazz grabbed an 8-4 halftime Chuck Coburn was the only Bullet 1..). points. with 19 markers but thatwasn.t
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lead behind the shooting of gamehighscorer with but Isaac ..RK.AN. CM/II4 I+). 1MMS: Okur***Hmmn)- I. Dvtflty .
10 points .
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enough Bradford which .,.AdM. -> !4, JM '. W' IWlll' 'tM 1*
Alonzo Williams and ran to Cummings added six points and two B"lebZt-Jatlll .S..J Munnun.IH WMMwm 54..Km.dy14....MUrtM I.*..J CUM!-I3. also got 13 points from Mae 4, Sim I'4-J. WNWTM. 4-1-'. TMHI ".'-450a.e.
their third win of the season January 3 other Bullets scored in the win. <" *. ,. .
at .in$Urke.. It was this win that gave the Bullets .' ... W1nI5un$)...Y'Jackla .-,.It.
\\1 tbe-OkLArmory lead i b dJII: .ItidI ,fr a lIi-1#,.. .agla/s_" ,t .Wr,144p.pIr.1.I$4... a._.11. sole possession of first place as they ,, i' ",.O iWCI..4J4,w P1au- J.I.t"t: ." : o.M'.. '\- _. ". "" 4' h"1 i 1.,.MM.ldrM. .J.'J.jH..,.,. ......_,"R...... _.f.,-J.
poiits to thejn.. Lisa Kennedy $.Jackt.N 14th. K Maisel i-N. knocked the Jazz into second with a N N )3.1, McMnc-4.1. "l4 'U n 4J T. m I4-II-41.

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I The Lakers won three straight the Celtics past the Hawks Tuesday,

I 1ST H I s ----l lI I I open games Celtics themselves up after a in two Junior the and game Christmas the Boys cushion second-place Basketball break between to Jan.Daren the 9. winners.Chandler The popped losing in 26 Hawks pointsfor

were paced by Levi Simmons
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1- \ Timmy Tyson banged in 19! points straight loss in junior play Thursday.
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( II place tie with the Hawks with the loss. Tyson pumped in 17 pointsand
,, I II I Simon Mitchell 10 for the winners
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dream Playing of thousands professional football is the he's In an 'oh so close and yet so far' taking either of the more'-"" difficult He's now an Imposing 6-5.235. up ai ,
realized but it's a youth'swish situation. He has passed the test at routes to the NFL-that is, walking on Inch and a half and 20 pounds from hU '
by only a relative rung on the ladder but the last-- as a his trade with school ,
handful of huge, talented every Canaan or plying high days, and has been timed t' '
men. the National Football League. Still, the pro football league to by scouts at 4.7 for the football 40 yard :
t While scores of youths old his star has shone less brightly as he prepare for later pro days in America dash. Before this season started Gil ,
enough to
has moved up the ladder into college Brandt the 1"" "
cradle the super-scout for the Dallas
oblong ball
in their two ball "Some pro scouts came to Georgia
at Georgia Tech and he has Cowboys recommended Sewell
small hands as one }
start out with prodding himself the he Tech on scout days this season and t 5
resigned to fact that of the top nine or 10 In t
parents along the path to football might not be drafted Into the play-for- took a look at a lot of guys but they the Southeast In prospects f ,, i
glory, only those who will grow topoI8ess ranks-after all of didn't talk to me in particular, they "1, v Y' I ".," i' rI
bulging pay only 330 or so Part of Sewell's apprehension r ., .1 i Ian IanI ',.
muscles, lightning- really aren't allowed to do that until t
the nation's best collegians will be comes from the
disappointment not
quick the reflexes, sprinter's speed, and called upon In the late winter NFL the season is completely over" having a great statistical season In his ...
sharpest of skills will Sewell in
graduate draft. explained. "They'timed us ,
senior with the 7-5 Yellow ; .
through football's ,
long and the 40 yard dash and gave me some Jackets.
excrutlating schooling tystem questlonalres to fill out and send back I t I9cIII
Somewhere along the line of the Hag, "JI don't know I'm not depending on but that was about It."
sandlot, midget, middle school Junior It." Sewell said when quizzed about "I caught about 20 passes this year ,
varsity, high school or college football his draft chances during a break in his "I'm confident of my ability" said but I didn't" catch a touchdown pass at I
levels nearly all the "future stars" senior year at Tech. "If I'm lucky the former Tornado star. "My Tech Donnie said. "I thought "I
will drop out. They'll come to accept enough to get chosen then that's what strength is probably blocking but I Would have more success, I guess
less dramatic professions and learn to I'll do (play NFL) but I can't really can catch a pass If I have to. I think I His goals were set after snaring 14 t tt ._.
sit back with a smirk on Sunday count on It. If I don't get drafted I'll go could play tight end (his native TD passes in his career at Bradford --p "
afternoon-on the side of the TV into something else. position since his junior year at BUS) High. Those catches earned him All- Donnie Sewell I
opposite where In the NFL State football honors two years
they had
be.StarkeI .
hoped to
Donnie seems assured that the running In high school. His secret as a
sharp-eyed NFL scouts will be the "I think I'd be even better at youth star was two-fold: one, he was He carried 15 point 15 rebound isn't any athletic dorms and they
Donme Sewell Is one of the best judge of his talent. He says the offensive guard though because of my as he remembers the biggest, norms in his last campaign for a more or less let you do what you want.I .
fortunate and hard working cream of only way he'll show up In an NFL pre- speed and aggressiveness." strongest athlete around and two, he Tornado basketball team that was like Pepper Rodgers, too; he's a
the those that have a shot atfootball's season camp next summer is if he's At the very least Sewell has to be had the attitude of a winner that drew close to a state championship two good coach."
"big: time", yet he realizes drafted. Sewell doesn't seem keen on rated a "potential" by NFL scouts. praise from friends and foes alike. years in a row, and earned Alt-State

honors in his last two seasons on the "All I want to do now is finish
"When you're young sports are all court. At the same time football offers school" bonnie said, again refusingto
what you put into them," Sewell were being considered, roundball let his hopes of getting drafted showas
Baby Tornadoes 2-1 for Week .7. noted,''and I think you have to show a recruiters from small colleges and he thought of his final three i
: ; lot of respect for your coaches. John junior colleges all over the state were quarters school, "I'm majoring In
Jackson coached me through little trying to get Sewell's signature industrial management but I'm not
I league and everything and he taughtus themselves."I real sure yet what I'll do after schoolif f
I the right way, that everybody on ( not continue football It's kind of
Beat Wildcats Raiders :
-y the team couldn't do exactly what knew I had the talent to play blurry." I r
, they wanted. That helped me. basketball but I didn't think had the

,t, -.m_ height," remembered Sewell, "1 could into with 1
"I always wanted to be a bringing the listener a vision of go management a
Bradford's Baby Tornadoes held on the night, bucketed a long shot from to the varsity, was leading scorer for quarterback (at 6-5. 2351)! but when I Leonard "Truck" Robinson and other Jacksonville like Exxon in" ,
: for one win and came back for another the left corner with 30 seconds left. the second straight game,. had 12 got to high school they turned me into equally muscly NBA regulars as he Donnie said. "Or or IBM I In Gainesville
I in a 2-1 week that left BUS with a 4-7 The ball Hit the rim of the basket points and 12 rebounds Phillip an offensive guard, a defensive end enveloped the too-small metal chair I could might even go into
into school
mark for the year.MacclennyBaker. bounced straight up above the glass, Sawyer had 11 points. Steve Marks and tight end. I understood it becauseI supporting his frame. "If I had known coaching. go high
fell stubbornly and dropped In, making the score 44- and Kerry Fisher 7. McBride had 7 knew Coach Hum knew a lot more coaching or assistant maybe stay' on at Tech'as I I
44-43 and Santa Fe succumbed at 43, Bradford. rebounds and Fisher 4. than I did about football. I was going to grow a couple of Inchesin a graduate :
home 37.30 to Bradford, which was Once at Tech Donnie had to get college I probably would have In June Sewell was married to the
topped by St. Augustine 35.42 in its Bradford successfully froze the BUS hit 38 percent from field, 15 for used to not being' the biggest, played basketball but I don't regret former Cheryl Cummings of Starke
and his wife would like
only setback of the week. basketball and ran out the final half 39 shots strongest kid on the block. And he the choice I made." says back first-year
to to Starke hereabouts.
get or
minute, slowing the game down and found his prep stats hard to duplicatewith I
1111S 37-SF 30 using smart, cautious passes. ells the run-oriented Yellow Jackets.
If It II 1
"We the best defensive ...... | |l | IL-43 44 The'Jackets ran the wishbone offense Tech won his services by going after1 "Yeah, she doesn't really like the
game 0 flayed season tonight. said The taller Torando five would not during Sewell's first three years and him the hardest of three prime city much but if I have to stay up hereIn
Coach Bob Hancock after the Tuesday allow Baker inside for percentageshots Bradlorlowyor,Me."de'2.' Marl"'-11.33.I.Harris..504...d...,"Flilwrttl .-...12. his seven starts as a sophomore and bidders, GT Florida Stale, and At lanta to get a good job, I probably
but the Wildcats were uncanny three starts as a junior were rewards would."
night win at Alachua. "We played Do.tor 1 .. Totalt l.*44. Florida A&M,
heady ball, the practice time Is start with their outside shooting to stay in more for his hard-nosed blocking than

ing to show." the game. ..-."' Mutkowiti s-l dl I.Varkorouo h.LYon,aII. for his impact on the seldom-used "I was all set to go to FSU but the
'Kevin Reddish, starting his second .. VarBorovo, 0,..., -l-l. .', passing attack. In his senior year he
The defensive effort held the hosts, OIVMI "' guy didn't come back to talk with me, It might just be that Donnie Sewell
after Charles Lee moved Mills' 1 2. 2.... was a starter all the and with
game was up Son Total" 11..4.1. way "
now 3-5, to three points in the fourth so I chose Georgia Tech Sewell will go into the kind of work that
quarter and six points in the critical strong-armed freshman Mike Kelly at declared."It youngsters all over America would
quarterback and
fourth quarter and six points in the style offense a started revamped pro call a "good job"-playlng !
critical fourth quarter when Bradford his more passes often. coming was a good school to go to, they professional football--and Atlanta
mounted its comeback. Tech way had gave you a lot of freedom, you know would be as good as any of the other 37 :
The Baby Tornadoes were down by the season many as Sewell highlights and during his the Starke native continued. "There NFL cities, wouldn't it?
(two early in the last stanza but took ,
teammates ran off six victories In
of the with about four
charge game
row earned a ranking' in college
minutes to' go and when guard football's top twenty, and won an Sales Installation 24 Hour Service
McBride stole SF and
Dwayne pass
invitation to the Peach Bowl in
raced in for a layup that upped the
Atlanta but Sewell's fondest
lead to seven points the game wasBradford's. remembrance is Tech's 17.14 come- DON HILL
from-behind win Florida.
Kevin Reddish\ scored IS. points, over .,
'4 .including *i*.'.4))fsix" free i,,throw Ill ." .... .beat>them' *lHna"I ALERT. .."
attempts,and had 10 rebounds td lead wanted to so bad
BHS in both departments. Teammate because of the screwdriver they'd P.O.Box 532
Phillip Sawyer scored nine points with given me and some other guys I ((904)) 473.3549 Keystone Heights FL. .
five rebounds and Kerry Fisher know," Sewell said with a tone of Call Collect 32686
scored five points to go along with revenge. "I was captain for that game
seven boards. McBride finished with with four other Florida guys and I I won
seven markers. the offensive lineman of the week

BHS- 4 4 10 II .. >' "screwdriver" Donnie referredto
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came after his senior season at BUS
Sawyor 1.J-'. H." """-,. ..I....' !.!.". when the Gator brass first showed Felli & ,SO It
McBrldo' 1-1-, ', Marks 00-0, Roddnh. Mla.IF interest In corraling his talents and Open .S,301 S.
T." ,H.I, Roblnun' .>.JudWnt *> I.
IK William atHam ...o-0. Johnion '.J... then practically ignored him "and 7A.M.12P.M.. ft Walnut St
( did the same thing to some other guys
"' from Starke in other years."
St. Augustine. BUS 35 A solid senior season at BUS

,'. St. Augustine's William Floyd (capped by a four touchdown playoff MOTOR Oil t, PEPSI
showed the Baby Tornado five how to game, against Milton) did draw 11
handle a basketball Saturday as he interest from other big-time collegesbut 3 Gte. 18 OZ, tt29 Tax
drew fouls and bucketed 7 of 8 free at that time Sewell wasn't sure 8 Pk. ft D.p.
throws in the final 1:24 to lead the whether his future was on the gridironor Plus Tax
hometown Jackets to a 42-33 win. on the basketball court, where All ORALS BIER
BUS played the SA five a good, tight some local observers still say he was Borden's ,
BUS had to play catch-up most impressive, and where he
game. Case
.. basketball after SA picked up a 22-14 admits he had the most fun in high MILK $t" *10.0
!| advantage when the Torando five had school Gal., Over Cost
a cold spell early In the second period. ,
BUS closed it down to 31-32 with just -
over four minutes left in the game on
four driving lay-ups by Phillip Sawyerand / .

outside one shot by by Kerry DeWayne Fisher McBride., and .w... 'i1IJ( J Ea J]c f ,

Augustine went up 33.32 with 3:58: left Baby Tornado Phillip Sawyer In the dark uniform,. drives Inside to score"
in the game on a free throw by Fred against trio of St. Augustine defenders Saturday night.
Russ on a foul by Steve Marks as BHS Sawyer had 17 points and 10 rebounds In the game Bradford still fell 15-42..
battled for the basketball. UJIJOOml3m! D3 i1f1Jm
From then on SA froze the ball and
.', William Floyd. scored his seven free

Augustine.throws to Ice the win. for St. PINE FOREST APTS. ..

The game was tied 8-8 after the first \\'. VIa-diMMiM. M.rld.Pl"rid.'ir' *
period. SA led 26-19 at the half but Florida Bank at Starkfe
BUS closed to 27-29 as the third period 4 .
< ended as Sawyer played aggressively
.,', \inside\ ;;; Sawyer led BUS with 17 Will .Pay
;, points and 10 rebounds. Kevin r.
: Keddish had 10 points and 7 rebounds.
*" Fisher had 7 rebounds. i' "

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as they hosted a much shorter Baker NOW TAKINGAPPLICATIONS Guaranteed Maturity
f High five they had to fight off in the '
'final$ seconds to save the victory. January 11 th Through January 17th'r ." '
'* Baker was fighting the basketball In (' "
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Issued With A Minimum
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1:57 Baker closed to 41-39; at I-31 it
was 42-41 But then Phillip Sawyer 964-6312 Withdrawal; Loss 'Of ,3 Months Interest .And The. Paymerit O{Any,
was fouled as he drove the basket and '
hit the second one of two free throws. :' r' '
Seconds Kevin Reddish was fouled Remaining Interest At The Passbook Rate. :,:

and hit both charity tosses to put BEAUTIFUL NEW
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I Poor Free Throw Shooting..,: Dooms, ,. Frosh Cagers

Bradford's winless freshman empty on seven ot eight free throws in Thompklns. Eddie Wfeutfe* and Kevin throws'and even Thompklns' two for I
basketball club squandered an early the last '1:10: of play. "Overall we Griffis and guard Scott Hudson beat two performance from the line with I
9-2 lead and then came up Just abort played pretty well but that free throw the Hornets to the offeasfre boards :18 ticks on the clock couldn't (give the I
with a spirited comeback as it lost Its shooting was terrible" and either got second ant third shots frustrated Tornadoes the win.:

first game of 1979 and fourth of the, It was their many charity stripe or were fouled as a omul but vocal The freshman Tornadoes get Into
season to unbeaten Hawthorne 30-31 chances that gave the littlest BHS crowd (mostly players from the trouble against their 2A foe due to a

Monday night, January 8. Tornadoes hope as they clawed back ensuing girls games) went wild The mis-firing offense. They pulled the
"That was about the wont free from a nine point fourth quarter rebounding power came without trigger: times In the game but hit on
throw shooting I've ever seen," said deficit to make a game of It In the former starting center Michael only seven shots a meager 18 t
fish coach Rick Slater after closing moments. Time and again Robinson who was moved up to the percent performance from the field in '
watching his young club come upswawaaples BHS' front-line trio of Eddie senior vanity last 'week. the loss In the second quarter they Iti7l YIp
Outside scorer Todd Jackson who lost the lead by scoring: just one point. M

.........--___........ ....IJW"...,........, ...............,..,....,.,.. with finished Griffis as team'with eight high points scorer drove along i

the lane for a layup and was fouled Hnws i 1 14-at
with 1:16 to go to cut the gap to 25-29. SMa 1 1 II II Mrarratl p I

Jackson couldn't convert the freebie .... .
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WarmingThe but Thompklns the game's leading !..., _er.. '.|.||. laaakM ...J. 1M. ..*,
board man with 11,rebounds then hita k8It ..... T..III 143.11.
layup with 110; to go to make It a two HI Ml...lM44, -........., TMm4HMI. .
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point contest. Hawthorne got the next Davit ..*. 4acaa* l4.. Taam ,.,.....
bucket but Hudson hit on one of two a
free throws after an offensive rebound r

and wlth:46: seconds to go the Hornets' ,.n,
lead was 31.28.Hawthorne The BHS freshman got a week rest 4
blew two free throws'butThompklns and will next play on the road against ly,

I Jackson and Hudson Palatka Monday, January 13. ;
Yf -" ,
took tpms missing) pairs of free Gametlme Is ? p.m. y

Bench I .. ._..........__ ,_. _._ .__ _.m.'u _
.' BUS freshman -enter Eddie Thompkins battles under the boards against

Hawthorn Monday.
The BItS fresh stormed the offensive boards the second half but a&1I1I01&to

Spart. Cal.ndar, the visiting Hornets. 'Ninth grade Tornadoes pictured left to right behind
Tith Buddy Callings : Tbompklni.. are Eddie Winkler, number 25, Kevin Griff. 20, and Sc.oti; Hudson,

number 4.Cav's.

Thur. Jan. 11 .' BHS wrestlers at Eastslde 7i'9 p.m.
Hoop Numbers

Below are the season-long statistics: for Bradford High's vanity basketball
Hold Lead in Sr.
team. Fri. Jan. 12 BHS boys JV V basketball at live Oak *i30: 8 p.m.Forest Boys ;

The code for the abbreviations is: Pts.points. Reb-rebounds G-games FT. ... at BHS wrestlers 7 p.m. ,
free throws PC-field W-wlns L-losses. i. 41/11
Atts-attempts goals, Ave-average, ,

Mon. Jan. 15 Palatka at BHS Fresh basketball 5 p.m. All-Stars Get RevengeIn

W-L Pts./Ave. Opp./Ave. FGAttFTAtt Clay at BHS JVfllrls baskatball4,713op.m. '
Team: 4.3 ,'576/48.0 618/51.5 247/555/45 111/185/60 -r... ." "UToe. .;'oJ i regular season Starke Recreation greatest of the season in any of the

,' : Department senior league action Starke Recreation Department youth
Individuals Pts/Games/ deb/G/Vf! the Cavaliers came from behind in leagues but it was the first time his
: Jan. 1* mttrlaenen at BHS wrestlers 7 p.m. I their only game of the week to stay high scoring paid off with a win for his

Kevin Miller 134/12/11.2 77/12/6.4 .. ', I unbeaten and In first place in the 13-16 club. Chuck Johnson had 17 points and
Dwayne Cummings 95/1118.6 69111/6.3 .J i" *.* ( ., year old league. Blaine Dyal 12 for the losers.
Trail. Slalom' O. Chandlar. 24... I,
Frazier Bass 86/12n.2 Wed. Jan. 17 BHSIII.Vb..kotbaliatSt.Aul.p.m." Warriors 61.'Slaters 56 O. Chandler +.-., c....... a..., T".... .-.-4.
Glen Carter ..._n IH.NuMatii .
70/12/5.8 "' ''', The Warriors jumped out in front ,........-..It. ......4-t-l Dyes''-.
Edward Hamilton 43/1113 24112.2 21-9 In the first and 11, c,.... ,.0.1. J.H...... >..-..
/ t II; 'I period over-
Curtis f Currant ttandlnan. CavaMwlJ-4,w."....J-1.
Shell 30/1112:7: 28112.6 "" .:.; shadowed another high-scoring per Trail .,..... ..., Nut.... ,-..
Fred Hollis 2019/22 = ," "I', -!',!' '" formance by Greg Chandler in this
-- ; T ,. 4ur1 Friday, Jan. 5, game. Starke 78-Reno Ravens 70

Chandler exploded for 46 points in Greg Chandler poured in 39 pointsas
FG/Att/% Ft/Att/om Assists/G/. \" .. the loss while Johnny Boswell of the the Starke Recreation DepartmentAll
I ,'. Warriors finished with 34 markers Stan gained a measure of revenge
Kevin Miller 55/101/54 36/52/69 and Kent Hood added 12 for the with a 78-70 win over the Reno Ravensat

Dwayne Cummings 41/109/38 14/26/54 11/1111.6 winners. RJE Tuesday Jan. 9.

Frazier Bass ..w......., carry. 445. ..dI HI.T i.nHJ. The Ravens had beaten the Rec All
45/93/48 Team
4/13/31 25/12/2.1 Weightlifting Opens .....n 1'+>*. stars 61-56 at the Old Armory in
Glen Carter 28nll39 14/23/61 ..Trill Blatant CkanaHar n..-..,. ..."". I-44,
13/12/1.1 December but in the rematch Starke
Chan. .,.' I..., Taylor IM.Cav's .
Edward Hamiiton 16/38/42 10/15/67 __ took a three point lead into the halftime -

Curtis Shell 12/26/46 2nd -Nuggets 42 intermission and then held
7/11/64 After at State in 1977 I
Fred Hollis ground on an eight to 10 point lead I
10/20/50 The first place Cavaliers found
8/17/47 1591.7r throughout most of the second half. '
themselves down 18-8 at the end of one Chandler hit 16 field goals and seven
Optimism abounds in the Bradford sophomores and juniors on the squad period but came back to make the free throws for the winners and was "
Stat Facts High School weight room nowadays as Head Weightlifting Coach David game a rout as they recorded their supported by Chuck Johnson, who

Miller leads in scoring, rebounding, and accuracy from both the field and the the BUS weight-lifting team preparesfor flume says both this year's team and third straight win Friday, Jan. 5. bucketed 13 points, and Emmett Wat-
4 free throw stripe in this, his junior season. Frazier Bass leads the only other the coming season. :he 1979-80 team should be state Emmett Watkins bucketed 26 pointsto kins who added 10 markers. ti
>t> category, assists, over Fred Hollis and Dwayne Cummings. Only two top-quality seniors were contenders. lead the Cavaliers with Chub John- The Ravens were led by Darryl

J Ben Ross who quit the team after the holiday break when Head Coach blarney lost from last year's state runnerup. The BHS lifters opened their season son and Michael McDuffie adding 12 Coleman, the hero of the last game
Adkinson disciplined him for missing practice would have been the leaderin With a host of hard-pumping: with Wednesday January 10, match points each. who scored 16 points in the loss while
rebounding and second in scoring and field goal percentage were he still on Chuck Johnson and Donnie Banks Clifford Smith added 15, Ben Nichols ,
J the club. Ross had been scoring at a 10,4 points per game clip grabbing\ 7.7 both scored 18 points for the losing 12, and Barry Simmons 10 in a losing

rebounds a game,and shooting 67 percent from the charity stripe. -1979 BHS W.eightliftmg: Schedule Nuggets. cause. ..

I Since Ross quit two players who have seen a good deal of time at the vacated Wed. Jan. 24 Gainesville Home e.v....." J.........4-HI' ,OrlMK, >. Plans are under' way for a combined:
post position nave upped th Statistics rapidly:Edward Hamilton as ac: ing- *., limn 14, Manna 44, w.",.... II4J4, all-star team from both the Rec.
rebounding averages of 3.9 points and 2,2 rebounds per game but in the last Wed. Jan. 31 Vanguard Home AWDuNI.. .-.,a. ., Department and Reno leagues to play
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three games, which he's started, he has averaged 11.7 points and 5.7 rebounds. Mon. Feb. 12 North Marion Away .Nunatai"'&...JotHiuM... IK.'Blazers.. Crosby ll F.I6 against teams from Lake City and
I Similarly sixth man Curtis Shell, who has season norms of 2.7 points and 2.6 Wed. Feb. 21 Clay Home Gainesville and then play in the junior

three rebounds contests., has averaged ever five points and 5.7 rebounds per game in the last Wed. Feb. 28 Santa Fe Home youth' tournament In

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Noteworthy the fact that the Tornadoes have only been outscored by 3.5 Wed. Mar. 7 Fernandina Home 66 Nuggets 43 I'.'.. Rac. Chandlar ".'.,,
points per game despite their 4-8 record (now 5-8)). The Tornado( shooting percentage Sat. BuchholzAll Greg Chandler filled the nets with 48 Chuck Johnian a.,.u.. .Chub Jahntan J4, War.klnt .
Mar. 17 Meet-Gainesville .
from the floor is pretty respectable but the charity stripe performanceis State points to lead his team to its first win ", wall a..anna... > 0-4, Hood .2. Barry 1-a.l,

nothing to brag about. of the year an easy 66-43 decisionover ,
Home Meets 3:30 Havana calaman 4 4-14 ('ImmonaIO,
pjn. the Nuggets, Monday Jan. 8. Janaa ,.... Nichali H-IJ, McOuHia ,.-..,
Vanguard Still Leader ol N.Fla. Hoop Pack Chandler's outburst was the McCray "'.7, ImlM' f-l.lf.. A.......... a....

Ocala Vanguard's "Running Knights" and their enterprising coach Jim
against 'tough Gainesville '
have served notice to their North Florida that won't Eastsldeand
Haley neighbors they give Hurse said he to ,
hoped have a
up area or state basketball supremacy easily. j'
meet scheduled for this
The Knights have run to 13 wins against just two losses already and the meets week. Six
are already set with the
defeats were to a pair of powerhouses on powerhouse schedule. High-ranked championships closing the state v t4sr3
Cocoa and talented Macon Southwest of Georgia are the teams that have March 17, at Gainesville season
handled defending 3A state champs while their victory list includes the likesof Last BHS Buchholz.
year a
West Palm Northshore (state semi-finalist last year), Archbishop Rummel In surprise state
3A class
of New Orleans (ranked seventh in the U.S. last year), and 4A power and Choc- individual state had two d -
tawhatchee. something no champs other at the meet Btl 15gC s'' ,

Vanguard, ranked number 19 In the country at the end of a 33.2 season last school I IEB
year is the only Florida high school I know of that schedules out of state power- Patrick accomplished.graduated Senior after Lawrence C lM1iiDy \. oci

houses, a common practice in some northern states. It's that schedule that 198 class title winning the
keeps the VHs 1,800 seat gym packed. As Haley, a master promoter as well as bench and 265 with a 310 pound I
coach, said in a preseason interview with Sunshine State Basketball "I don't jerk but press Tornado pound clean and 1 :
Lin Davis I
know where we'll put the fans this year." (SSB by the way Is a first-year for his sophomore season after returns .
taking i
basketball magazine covering Florida.) a state title at 114 last
Last year the Knights ended Bradford's season In the Regional championships benched 190 pounds and jerked year. Davis t
with a 72.54 win. They've got 6-7 post-man Zebedee Howell back along 185 as
a freshman at state last
with 6-3 point guard and year with the OPENING
Kenny Vaughns a host of other good ones.I latter lift a state record
I saw them crush Orlando Edgewater In the semi-finals of the Kingdom of the moved to the and has 1 ,
up 123
Sun Classic In Ocala, a 16 team Christmas Tournament thought of as Florida'sbest class In his second pound weight.; '
free tourney. The Knights won the event the next night by topping Green One other state meet JAII.16
returns'in .
Cove-Clay 53-48. Howell Is virtually unstoppable Inside (he's rated Florida'snumber junior Timmy Jones. Jones I
one college prospect by B-C Scouting, the South's ser fifth in the 148 pound class j
vice) and has 6-6 ans-4S4 mates on the front line with him but Vanguard stillisn't as a
sophomore but is
as powerful up front as last year when they went 6-9,6-8,6-6 across the line. pound division. Another now lifting state in the 185 HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH I NAR0
In the bacKcourt they have Vaughns (rated number four by B-C) and Nsbe Palmer of a Martin scorer I nLlTTLENI
: year ago Slocum, has
,a 5-9 1 THE
ball-handling whiz.Vaughns didn't have a good shooting night when I

saw him but still got 17 points, mostly on lightning quick drives. He gets to shoot opted to spend his Winter with the i The Million Dollar Atmosphere

more often this year as the second guard. wrestling team after placing fifth at WESTERN STEER ARE !]
Lakeland also impressed me in the Sun semi's. They started five juniors on a 123 last I With Prices For Everyone. BEREIj
team that was then 10-3, with just two seniors on the roster. They showed their year. Charles

youth as they squandered a 13 points lead and let Clay come back to beat them ,and Mike Mark Jordan.Jones also lifted at Yeomans.the state 1 Come Try Us!
double-overtime but they might be a 4A state champ next year. Junior center Hurse
last Jordanto
Alonza Allen 6-4v., outplayed Clay's 6-8 all state candidate Kevin meet year. expects '
be a consistent point getter at 148 in i @ @lm8t5@ 20 STEAKS
I also the
got chance to see two of Jacksonville's best, Ribault and Rabies In his sophomore year, figures Yeomans .. -
the Daytona Beach News-Journal
Both had unbelievable talent but tourney Christmas. Is a potential state champion at 181, . .. ... '
were soundly crunched by Daytona Main- and says Jones will be a valuable : From 1.39 To 5.89a
land another
young more 10-3 club. Raines was 7-0 coming In and
had 6-6 Acle Sander The closest thing to Dr. J. I've ever seen on a high school: lifter at 148 In between manning a spot
'. court but Sanders liked to '
put up a too many 30 footers between his slam
1 dunks and did his Other returns who will see a great, 1 .'" I "
so Inn. I
4 4il teammates. Rlbault 5-1, had 6-7football star Donald Dixon J :
In the dual J
deal of action meet
and(probably 10 other bound guys who for Georgia could: dunk as a the gridder ball (I'm), 6-5 not scorer kidding deluxe) but also Frank played BurneD.t.I like. schedule are junior John Bennett,who ; |;; : ',:J* ,, >,VER 30 ITEM-SUPER SPECIAL SALAD BAR, "
could lift In either the 148 or 165 pound, '
f it
was a five-on-five
; .I Daytona Seabreeze pickup was also game. category. Juniors Danny HUdebran, We Welcome You With Good Food :' :
Impressive.They were 6-2 and have a couple of and Jay Griffis and Senior Alton "k "
I 4 big underclassmen that made me think Bradford High was lucky not to be in '
their Sunshine district State next Basketball year as was originally planned. 181 Moore, and at 165.junior.Senior. wrestler-lifter Isaiah Jenkins Allen at. : And Thank You With Friendly Service :" \ ., .

polled high school coaches for a top
F. twenty and came up with Vanguard. number one and Orlando pre-season Evans (and 64 Scott In the heavyweight class. :: ,

I 1' city candidate number timed All-American so after far.Players 15 Ivey.and Vanguard Frank Hubbard Jax Englewood Poindexter until and Raines has was)played number came ranked better up 17th.number Northeast than Englewood any Florida Ribault has in the wasn't 6-4 was Gateway alVstat tabbed men 'junior Thompson impressed Newcomer graduated Tornado Is Hurse already Randy,will Lawrence enough ably within Thompson flU to 10 the Patrick.say pounds shoes'of has the,;' n... ",. (. :::::::: I- \ .I'J J "'" ",,,'":."..,,' '

: k of the total lift Patrick muscled up to .
I from the area who are being called "All-Staters" other than those
I il I mentioned above are: Sylvester CoTlines of Cross City-Dixie County 644 win Other state newcomers last season will fill in during ,

Angelo Anderson ofSt.Augustine (who was hardly impressive in his first meetIng the with the number. of
j with BHS this year),6-3 Ron James and 5-10 Aaron Mglon of Gainesville freshman season end sophomores working'out 'iJiY'@Bl5@7&3 [5(5@8J ,
I Eastside 5-10 Kenny McGill of Gainesville
i High, 64 Steve Austin of Jax White with the
squad particularly
I 6-4 Lester Beans of Raines, 6-8 Isaac McKinnon of Billiard. and 64 Earl Davis. pleasing Hurse. '
of Fernandina Beach. -
1 "I'm real pleased with all the ninth IF@IM] ) n Dyt.
and tenth graders we have out for the .
Loose Change squad"said the trailing coach.
"we'll/ .
I let them lift exhibition-during: our /; ;
l i '
Bradford High School's Football Awards Banquet has been set for January 23 meets as much as we possibly can*: : ,; f5' 18 5gg8m0

\ .,\ at the Starke Elementary School cafeteria. More details later._.The Rams After the dual meet season is over \
1 should be used to losing the big ou know they're really seething over Hurse will choose his top seven I,
\ yet another loss to the oneseut lIy after Dallas' Tom "Hollywood" potential point scorers for the state! I .

". f Henderson popped off about how had no class. championship In Gainesville. ,<) 1 US-301 South Starke

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