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 18, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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Y Pecking away at a projected yearend report should be most conservative.: i
$90,623 budget shortage and naming Supt. Casey said, and Is down some 68 I
irAV ,;...y. ,. steps to be taken to hold down students from this year's count.
Y costs, Business Manager Eddie Douglas -
told the school board Monday If the FTE count should be more
night how he plans to bring the books than estimated the state will fund the
11 out In the black this summer. basic units, but not the special
Ii programs, Casey said.
Purchase orders will be restricteduntil
the new FTE count In February.That Casey further said there Is about a 6 ; 1
will be the most immediate and percent Increase In students In grades '
r ti.rS sharpest step felt by school board 13. Grades 4-9 have slightly fewer.
vfl1Rxnr' employees.In students than In past years, he said.
w addition Douglas said he has Number of graduates should range
; '. ... .an be saved when positions are filled from 289 to 320 at the high school In the
FE e'D Coffer theltraveoln' ,. .h""l"
sad next 3 years, he said
; Brownie, '--"" late, when employees take unpaid
I a i';.:4 r to'- ". photographic van above, head for St leave, by switching three teachers to Casey also told the school board he
1 1 i ,In' Augustine down Walnut St. In Starke.! be handicapped program, by not and his staff
St Left. Brownie ,ell' only the belt: eplaclng two vo-tech instructors who are currently studying
,heavy grain horse feed. Below,the old .esigned, and hiring teachers with many aspects of the school system's E
and the new 19th century kerosene I BBS experience or ranking to replace operation with an eye to make It more i
efficient and free
to funds for
lantern'SUI' .
alongside Sunbeam S..breael. etirees and those resigning.
Right. John and his llvllhood. '. employee pay raises.
historical photographs. 'Y By such methods Douglas said he School based management In which
S An recoup SM.OOO. all funds earned bv school
By CalMu.ey I. a are
In addition Douglas said he hi has
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BCT Staff WriterLIVIN' an exciting:
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following budget cuts
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neneflts $5,000, business manager'sbudget
law now, the superintendent salo.
maintenance and
Casey also mentioned the
"ransportatlon $5,300, curriculum
for credits in
system earning the
coordinator's budget $2,800, superinI high
school to keep more students
I endent and school board budget
school, and structure of the school
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7,500, reUrees $2,450, vacant school
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M S 'bard seat$1,810, a BMS teacher who :.
il r, M / eUred( and will be replaced with anew He told the school board he wants to
': teacher in another area $7,940* involve the board In the planning; and '
and when a teacher at BMS takes will ask for workshops the coming.months

unpaid maternity leave $3,5OO..There ,,..... for the ,board to,explore '
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r deficit at some $15,000, Douglas said.
Then he suggested freezing purchasing Ray Norman Named !
to save that 15000.

"Unless there is a large error I feel President-Elect t
we'll make up the deficit from what
you have left over,"said Douglas. The
? 1 4 board Is working with a slim reserve Of Local Chamber
t tn fund, to which Douglas referred.
There Is still a $18,500 balance In the
budget for hiring substitute teachers, Community State Bank Vice-Presl-
t Douglas said, urging principals to use dent Ray Norman has been named
that 'fund very cautiously.The president-elect of the Starke-Bradford
" County Chamber of Commerce.

budget deficit resulted when Norman will serve 198081. Normally ;
October student count came up 123 the president-elect of the .j i
students short of the projected counton Chamber serves as president the i
which state school funding Is .'
based. By the time that figure following year.
I ON THE ROAD escalated to 184 weighted FTE when A vacancy current occurred when theChamber's
more costly programs were taken Into vice-presidents
consideration the local school budget declined: to serve as president-elect )

IMAGINE, IF YOU WILL, A 19TH CENTURY TRAVELING PHOTOGRAPHER"I was by 165000.being funded less than expected because The Chamber of other board committments.of governorswas ;

School board members Monday polled by telephone Jan. 9 and
just got tired of living in the 20th century." Pull the flaps down on either end of the canvas top and the van becomes an night said many persona appear to elected Norman to serve as president ,
So claims John Coffer 26-year-old 'traveling photographer,' who rambled l Instant darkroom, where Coffer can work his magic using photographic think the board has overspent That Is elect.
through Starke and Lake Butler In his 'mobile home,' a horsenlrawn! methods practiced In the 1800's and early 1900's.The not the case; the drop in students has
cart that serves as an office, darkroom bedroom,and kitchen for the Pennsylvania fruits of Coffer's labor are tintypes, pictures with the distinctive Unged caused the school system to receive
reactionary. appearance of original photos of days gone by.
less money than it had anticipatedand
Beginning in Lancaster, Pennsylvania five months ago, Coffer and Brownie, A red-globed kerosene lantern offers light for the processing of Coffer's pictures on which the budget was, based. (TV vSamtt (Trier! (: :
an eight-year-old bay gelding acquired in a trade with a Pennsylvania Amish which are taken with'an authentic 80-year-old view camera. The pictures .
farmer, have been traveling the Inland state. highways and staying clear of of historical sites and tourists In old-fangled garb, are the means of sup- The FTE count could improve when
interstates, where horses are forbidden. port for John and Brownie, sold in historical cities where Coffer sets up shop. the new count is made in February.
A studio photographer before his Journey began Coffer studied the methods Heverthe administration is takingno
metal Brownie often gets the opportunity to graze and run off a little steam in pastures chances that the
of photographers In the late 1800's.when Images were cast directly onto on saving system
plates without the use of negatives: He now lives a 19th century life in a 20th where Coffer camps overnight. Farmers and landowners are generally from a budget deficit. Hence, steps I
.century world. readily hospitable to Coffer when he requests the use of their land fascinatedand are being taken now to cut spending
"I'm enjoying what I'm doing right now; I'll do It until something else comes curious about a man living simple life In the midst of a fast-paced world while there is still time in the budget

along that interests me more; Coffer explains, adding that the cold weather Traveling about IS miles each day,Coffer should have reached SL Augustine, year to save money.
makes some nights uncomfortable while sleeping in the six-foot cart his destination on this particular trek, by about last Tuesday. Here's hoping the The administration Is also being
The flat-bed spring cart was bought new in Pennsylvania, but the top portion'of 19th century traveling photographer wheels his way happily Into the next century asked now to estimate Its FTE count ,
the van was constructed by Coffer himself. whether It be the 21st or the 20th. for the 79-80 school year. Supt.. Tom .
Casey told the school board Monday \
night his estimate will be based solely 4

McKinney Appointed Principal at .BMS Rahn at SS on Principals what principals have report reported to him.3,762.01

students or raw FTE. units in K-12, Thursday, Jtn, II \.
and 353.45 in the adult program a
Southaide Elementary,,Principal when school resumed after Christmas Monday night he felt the bees, choices at Starke Elementary, and for the total FTE projection of 4,113.46:That Hampton Council I
J Dewey McKinney was appointed vacation. : were, made.McKinney. past 'two year, 77-79 he has been v MEETINGyk30pmr
[principal I Bradford Middle School principal at Southslde. \ .
I and BMS Assistant Principal Myrna Casey said he dislikes to arbitrarily is a 10-year veteran of Miss Rahn, who grew up In Raiford. Starke Man JudgedNot ,
I Lou Rahn was named to replace transfer a principal from one school to the Bradford school system. In 1968-69 came to the Bradford school system ....... ..:.V. .....t.. J
I McKinney at Southslde in action Mon- another in mid-year. The superintendent he taught math and coached football five'years ago as assistant principalat in TheftStarke Saturday; ,Jan.10v ,
day night, Jan. is. said each of the persons- transferred and baseball at BUS. In 89-71 he the middle school. Included in the Guilty ;i>., .".
asked for the new poet. He said moved to Southslde Elementary as past five years Is one year. special Pop Warner Football1PANCEv ,
all invited to- ,PE Instructor .from coordinator when she workedin resident L.D.Henderson was
Supt. Tom Casey recommended the administrators were 71.73 he was projects ,
(mid-year transfers which were unanlfmously apply for the open Jobs; Casey said he teaching principal at Brooker the county office. Prior to coming acquitted, Saw on charges of burglary ofJ04I' 3.p.M.
approved by the Bradford had five applicants for the SS and Elementary, in 73-76 he was principalat ,here, Miss Rahn taught elementary Shop in Circuit Court Tues Civilh De,. Eidgr .
|School Board. The school board did BMS poets, and told the school board Southslde, in 76-77 he was principal school 1 in Gainesville fw 10 years. day trial, Jan.held in 16,Bradford marking the Circuit first Court Jury

{(not discuss the transfers Mondaynight ;fl! since October. ...t .........:.... .. .. .

James 'Reggie Flynn served as a .
The transfers are effective February 'Fireman Remains Fired Commission VoteFormer special public defender for Hender. MondayJan.22HUOOre ;
3. However, Casey said McKinney son, since the Public' Defender's
and Miss Rahn will work together on Starke Fireman John Ram recommended the firing be upheld testified he fired Ramsey after .he Office had a conflict of interest in the ..t '
i the transfer between now and Feb. 3. sey will remain fired, after City Commissioners also. Silcox replied, "I'm under the 'grabbed me by the collar and shookme case because they had represented GROUNDEREAKINORJE
voted to uphold the firingof Impression" that the fire committeeand ?'.but Ramsey testified that Sapp two Juveniles who were co-defendents Im' p.m.
Latest moves still leave BMS'minus Ramsey by Fire Chief Eldon Sappon Fire Chief Sapp agree with Mr. had:already told him he was fired in the case.Henderson. '/ '" ,'
i an assistant principal Supt. Casey Sept. 27, 1978, .agreeing with the Wolbert' recommendation.In 'tWice before the incident;, occurred was arrested In October BC School Board
said McKinney will be responsible for recommendation of attorney J.J.'Jess' In'other with two and ChargJwith MEETINGCourtesy
along Juveniles,
finding and hiring tilt assistant. Casey his recommendation letter to the business, the question .of 7p.m.' .
Wolbert. Wolbert stressed using two portable buildings bunt by the of Joe's Saw Shopon .
said he expects the BMS position to be city burry ,
[ filled this school term. Wolbert presided over a Jan. 4 that he felt the merits of the reprimand carpentry classes at the Vo-Tech a chain saw was
hearing 'on Ham sey's dismissal. were Immaterial to the case. < School was turned over to the police 1 ; reported missing.< ,The saw was laterlOllS of. : ;;
The chain reaction:transfers;wee' \ which, occurred after Ramsey failedto Ramsey testified in the hearing that .committee Police 'Chief Jimmy in Middleburg. and eventually
[ set off in December'with the'reslg-." sign a written reprimand issued by the use of two' 2V* Inch hoses or one Bowen, and ,Commissioner* Harold returned to the saw shop. Starke jftCKStw mamSWflY
naUon of Richard, principal, Sapp for a 'wrong hook-up at hydrant' five inch hose at the fire was'. matter ',Epp and Joe Warren. The costs of police handled the Investigation.The .
of Starke Elementary. .Their BMS at the Sept.13 Call St. fire. of opinion.! each unit{; would be about $8,500. Juveniles, one of whom testifiedIn of Starke It{
principal Jew Moore:'asked'to be Discussion' before the> vote was Wolbert based his recommendationon The commission' is still undecidedon the trial, were held in custody and Hwy Ml a 964-607 A ,"
I moved to Starke Elementary and that minimal; with only Commissioner the fact that Ramsey 'physically whether to tear down or move the released at the time of the original xysioihe i .*.,. '
[ move) was approved. Jockel left BMS Wilbur Waters asking ii the fire accosted his'immediate supervisor,' ,present city halt building} bousing the arrest, while Henderson was..held in Heights "" I'
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before the Christmas --holidays and committee Commissioners Ted a* testified to.'by Sapp, fireman 'city's. police department. which will Bradford County .Jail lander $5,000 Hwy
I Moore moved to Starke Elementary Oglesby and Vernon Sllcox, and Sapp) .Dennis Rhoden; and Ramsey. .Sapp ',r '(-e'S' : bond. vat( .i .,' ', <,,Iv! ,1''t' '\"l "f".k" ,H..9r ;. d,+ a\, .



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y, "New BHS Cafeteria Drawing ,t Mpre' Students

I ''iif Given a choice, the average ..addiUe.. I* the change in serving! newly enclosed hallway between cabs ,'1'" ,
I American teenager would eat pin or wocedsr+e IIIeo t'efeter1a Hsctf WIder- bend room and cafeteria.( '
i a hamburger instead meattoai and west e* eaah>e changes. with thereaovattoa the renovation could hold ..dMI, -
I succotash. completed by Trlest more students.:: A
The stereotype of the snackis) teen OwMtructma Company over the H
I is completely true if Bradford High Christmas break with a price tag ofWMflrQ j .
School students are any intIcadla ara.dxalTbi
,; Starting at the fc..tts.-..'11:1M. BttMM'SS' -m= fDouglas. rid _"
1 the new )-renovated BHS cafeteria closing of the large windows facing
\ introduced a conetpt that te beug '.1 ,4 Washington Street are among the
' : widely. ufrcro&s the country' ,a. a- $1T1.9i waa ac aI&d._, ,renovated items. The cafeteria was
I 4! la-carte line with hamburger.FYcnch by the Bradford School Board fist previously heated and cooled by
I ,) \\j; fries pizza and other 'snack' summer, but the complete renovationCnrtsjof .funneling air from the gymnasium.One h l
. t : items as veil *. conttnuwc the the Myearokl" building rose
:standard Type A' hot lunch required to fee fto*!,figure) y
::, bylaw 'e. r l lhter
r of the new -la-carte items u
The results have been dramatic. A graphic Tornadoes lettering featured are milkshakes and the ylta h aMAl'e.
.': Whereas many students were'stattpty Vnonl stretches from corner to corner! milkshake chJae is one of many
1. gotng without lunch in W7S. the on the west walls, and a new new additions i ttI lip kitchen. Two
r' number of students eatutg in the suspended: ceiling covers the! room. microwave ovens J new stoves, and an
'.t cafeteria in the new year man wt ch has a seating capacity of 2SO'Students. ice machine ate also now installed in
: average day bas more than doubled'acui -Douglas added that the the renovated kitchen
.,' ding to county food supervisor :kjA. J
Oolores Morgan. For the f"lnt..ftk of > : .. .. .
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school 11I1919. the cafeteria an
average of 525 students each day. Ftna and soft drinks were U* St.4mls Jatncied out the deer loll the Bewly-encloMd hallway during the ':1
compared with :ass! each day in 1978, major fare for students eatlll;. imid4nackdma rash waltingfora chnlce fast foods. I
i according to figures released oy Monday, Jaa. IS.School.
There was a small sandwich and
rack stand apart from the cafeteria
I verauon previously but only cold cut C Board to Meet MondayTo
., ; sandwiches and chips were' offered. i1 I
Students and teachers reactions ,
hate been positive Band Director
INn I Casseis, Mho, is now in the
minority while staying with the Type _ Select Architect for 7980A
V lunches, says he's noticed many
more students eating lunch. Eleventh. _
reader Chub Johnson and ninth
.trader Harriet Davis both take special school board meeting is :year. The projects are: 1) fencing "There is no incentive whatsoever for
advantage of the fast food line the 2L set Monday.Jan.22,at 7 p.m. select $32,050; 2)and' 3) new heatairconditioning me to seek a job with much more
Tnajont) of the time and Johnson an architect to proceed with nine con- for parts of Starke and responsibility" said McKinney. who
says its a lot better than the ooldJ struction projects totaling some Southside Elementary Schools 4)) said he made the switch, because it
sandwiches offered before. $837,000 in the coming year. walls In the middle school.sioo.OOO; 5J) provided a challenge to him and
Board Member Arthur Gaskins said cafeteria at middle school, $70.000; 6)) because so many people encouraged
--- -. he and Business Manager Eddie extensive addition to Lawtey Elemen him to take the tougher principalship.
[J Douglas met to examine credentials tary.$318,000;7) extensive addition to In other action Monday.Jan. IS, the
i HOLIDAY i ----.. -- of architects applying. selected three Hampton Elementary, $200,000; 8)) school board:
I. to make persona appearances before extensive additions to Brooker -Refused another request for leave
PORTRAITS I II The a la carte fist fond Is the major draw In the newly-renovated BUS Ca'- the school board and that the present Elementary $200,000. for instructor Billy Dampier. Casey
leria. as a long line forms waiting on pizza and french fries while two students architect Craig SaUey is placed at the Also set for further discussion Mon said Dampier has begun his militarycareer.
Of Tenn. 0I foreground breeze through the 'Type A' lunch line. top of the list day night are Job descriptions for Damper was termed absent
0 lOrd like to get some movement on administrators. Supt. Tom Casey pre without leave from the school s stem.
80x1578Beautiful this so we can get these projects sented "new" job descriptions for "He has terminated himself/' said
started" Gaskins said referring to administrators to the board Monday board member Arthur Gaskins.
j I 11x14 I After InventorySale eight projects the board has approvedfor night.Jan. IS.saying there was little, -Approved purchase of two gas
construcUon.witllin. the coming if any, change from the present beaters for the new maintenance shopat
Living Color descriptions. But Casey immediatelyran a cost of $751 from Slade Gas.
into some suggestions for change Was told by Coach George Loper
\ Wall Size Portraits 1 and the board and he decided: to wait that there is no heat in the boy's dres-
Going On Now Pleads until this Monday to discuss the pro sing room at the middle school,and by
blems. Principal Jim Duncan that there is no
$495a t Most important change suggestedcame heat in the dressing rooms at the BHS
I : CLASSES BEGIN WEDNESDAY Guilty ToAssault from board member Pat Spen- gy.n.
gler who wants administrators to -Decided that the BHS band will still
At I Holiday In Stlrte January 24, 1979 have a master's degree and be certified have marching room at the vo-tech
ChargesA in the area in which they work. site after construction of Phase 4
I friJaa 19 1-8 P.M. 6I 9:30.11:30 Presently a'good many administrators which is to start soon. BandmasterDean
pre-sentence investigation was certified in one area of administration Cassels had asked the board to
ArRl :7k y ordered by Circuit Court Judge Osee .elementary or secondary are find him a space large enough for the
I I I Clip This Coupon And I Fagan after Starke resident Zachary working in an area in which they are band to practice marching.
Bang With You'I Edwards., pleaded guilty to aggravated not certified. Pinned down by Mrs. Approved a new school board rule
Jffc ri/t assault in court Monday. Spengler on what effect requiring establishing an alternate school.
certification in the area administra- There has been an alternate school at
I Bob DeLoach I Jl Charges of shooting into an ton work would have Casey said the high school for the past several
15'7 Beuanl Rood 964-5149 Stork. 964-6300 occupied: vehicle.and two other counts neither of Monday night's appointments years but recently Business Manager
17'i: of aggravated assault were dropped Southside Principal Dewey Eddie Douglas discovered the board
after the guilty plea. McKinney to the middle school or had no policy to authorize its opera-
BMS Assistant Principal Myrna Lou
Mickey tidy who was helping ftahn to Southside would have>een' .. tion.Was told by architect Craig Salley
Edwards' former wife. Nancy Orma- possible.ix.: . .n :; that electrical services*at tttthSurit* '
I tree Edwirds maw furniture from i Casey d9id tightening uP standards'; i" and''Sdulfisidb shine ritbt' are
t 'the Edwards'home on Edwards Road require administrators to serve in slightly less than needed to install the
after a divorce settlement, was the their area of certification would eli- new air-conditioning-heating equip-
victim of the assault which took placein minate too much of his freedom to ment planned. Cost of installation will
........-A\ September 1978. place the best man in the job. Casey be$2.180 per unit $1,1S4 more than the
said only five of the current IS original 1.500 estimated by school
-', .... administrators are certified in a officials the board was told raising
''.,,-, .) The former Mrs. Edwards was secondary administration. He said if cost of the project to over $50.000 up
claiming her possessions from the such a standard were passed it might from $35.000 as planned. The board
settlement with the help of several force him to go outside to find a qualified decided to discuss the matter further
: men when a heated argument person. Monday night.
erupted. Maurice Edwards Jr., 49. is Mrs. Spengler contended that if an "1 feel that is extremely high."said
also charged with aggravated assaulton administrator is interested in a position Supt. Casey when questioned by the
Joe Gordon one of the men he or she should be willing to take board.Casey said he would turn in his
helping, but his trial was moved up to courses to obtain the proper certifica contractor's license after that report.
February because Gordon Is tion. -Was told by architect Salley that
currently in a Gainesville hospital "1 thought I was ready to vote on Salley has been unable to get contractor
suffering from an unrelated illness. this but I'm not." said Board member Music and Worth to respond to
L Arthur Gaskins.On a motion by board take care of final punch list items.
i I I I Ii member J.T. Parrish. seconded by Salley said he has about exhausted all
/ I Gaskins, to table discussion until this his measures to have the contract ful
i FLORIDA tuning Monday's special meeting. filled. At the suggestion of Business
Dewey McKinney, newly appointedto Manager Eddie Douglas the board
t 1 THEATRE BMS. said he hopes the board will instructed attorney Jesse Wolbert to
accept SupL Casey's recommendations write to the Department of General
Call Walnut that the superintendent raised Services and ask that Music and
very valid points. McKinney pointed Worth be barred from bidding on

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ask that definite plans for police
.", trrom rage,I*) department housing be assured ..units.The audit for the 177-78' fiscal
before the derorfSHon of the structure was handed out by accountant
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moved to the new city hail hi about '
commissioners. The audit will be
two months. City Clerk Merrill The Bradford School Board
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Workmen were stiU putting,the finishing touches oa the pavement parking al the Western Steer
teak house opened up In Starke Tuesday morning I 9 ",
Heavy rains delayed the paving but the Trlest Construction Company workers rushed to put down 1. 01/0
just enough paving allow parking for the restaurant's first day easterners, I J i
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Steak House Opens Tuesday on Successful Note' .. :

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Starke's newest restaurant, the "We have training crew down proyerpy Pastor Roman Alvarez of '
Western Steer steak house opened as from North Carolina to help us. the Pine Level Baptist Church. Others : t
planned Tuesday morning Jan. 16, through the tint week and they said at the opening ceremony Included Co- '\' '
with the local management of the they were surprised at the amount of owners Harry Hatcher and L.M. Nor- "Rates Guaranteed To Maturity On Certificates Issued, : i
restaurant bubbling about the success business we did in Starke and at how man and their wives, Community. ,
of their first lunch and dinner service many higher-priced cuts of meat we' Bank officials Charley E. Johns and January 18th Through January 24th .
and the reaction of the community. sold Tuesday," McRae continued, Steve Gay and Starke city commissioners .
"We just couldn't be more pleased "they also raid we sold a lot more Wilbur Waters and Vernon '
with the opening day," remarked steak and shrimp dinners than they Silcox. Hatcher has worked for two These Certificates Are Issued With A Minimum Investment. V,..: ". 1
Assistant Manager Bill McRae, "we sell in North Carolina." years and finally saw his dream ,
were very pleased with the businesswe materialize; Co-owner Norman has I Of 10000. They Are Subject To Existing Penalties for Early ,
did at lunchtime and had an ine steak house opened Tuesday been working on the project for some .

extremely night successful dinner Tuesday morning bon-cutting at 11 opening a.m. with ceremony a special and rib a 13 months. j jI I Withdrawal: Loss Of 3 Months Interest And The Payment Of, Any. 1

Workmen were still scurrying Remaining Interest At The Passbook Rate. .
around Tuesday morning putting on 11
last minute touches on the project
Concerned Citizens Propose which cost near half million dollars, We Are Serious About Your Business .: '
I Hipp construction was still paving the '
parking lot after last weekend's rain ;' :
Rules For Joint Use of R JE GymHeads forced postponement. The trainingcrew '
headed up the first cooking Monday Florida Bank at StarkeJftwon :
when employees cooked for them tiJ : .
of the Concerned Citizens After the December 13 meeting selves. Everything seemed to be in an Al Clark 8lr..l. 8CM-994-70SO '
group and the Starke Recreation between the two groups the Starke organized state of confusion just /tfm fW> -i i7 MombwrDIC Florida Board were to meet Wednesday night recreation department submitted two before opening at 11 a.m. Tuesday. II I
Jan. 17, to further discuss use of the of their own proposals to the Con- ,
RJE gym and athletic facilities that cerned Citizens, who own a 99 year n
have been an issue of debate in recent lease on the Reno complex. I e i
months. Plan number one was to have the
Concerned Citizens J.J. recreation department I
attorney accept complete -
Wolbert submitted a letter at the control over the athletic facilities t,
Starke City Council meeting Tuesday and also pay all utility and I
night that outlines> the non-profit> maintenance costs. Plan two was to'have
organization's> plan to start managingthe the Concerned Citizens continue \
Reno facilities themselves with management of the facilities with the SRLE '
Starke's recreation department share recreation department paying for the !
ing only the maintenance and utility limited use of the gym but no longer
costs proportionate to the limited timeit being responsible for maintenanceand .
will be using the gym. The letter utilities. Concerned Citizens tt
also called for Wednesday night's President Levi Lennon told the rec L
m/vH. discuss the proposals. department his group favored the ." l t,
second proposal I'> ",-, ,, I'! .. I
Undetithe; :jdtfjproposal'.the.Clty l! of At Tuesday's city council meetingscity'hioUeraeyl : : ,.c
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Starke will pay awtiliMtion fee fr;{th*(h, 'cGeorge) hiPierc*''. f lap Y1 :, jI!,":' fm''t' '''' 't. ",, llf d i ;Y 1'e'; '''' S '
time spent by city recreation programs expressed a handful of concerns about
at the RJE gym which now the Concerned Citizens proposal LADIES f ,,
amounts to about two hours per day which was to be discussed Wednesday Long Sleeve
Monday through Friday. Also the rec night He warned that the city neededto Mme.. !
department would pay a pro rata investigate whether the Concerned I w I Ir
share for the cost of maintaining the Citizens proposal will have an affecton PANTSUITS fl
facility which would be based on a for the part of the city's $300,000 HUD. 13oducd
mula determining the percentage of grant that was earmarked for use at HOODED
gym use hours that were devoted to the RJE complex. He also said the U
city youth recreation activities.Up city should check Into who would have "
until recent weeks the full cost of liability if the facilities are turned 100% Polyester JUNIOR '
utilities for the RJE gymnasium has completely over to the Concerned dB :1a
come out of the city recreation budget Citizens and wondered if the city ,I',
and rec board members met first with would have any control over the facility ; Were.
the city council and then with the Con- once it was handed over to the CC. SWElTERS
cerned Citizens leadership board in 'I think it will affect the HUD .
December to complain that payingthe grant," said councilman Wilbur SLI"KS f ........-" ,
full electricity bill S61.80 in Waters"We can't just turn the building Zip, Front I. i
November wasn't a fair cost for 1012hours over to them or'It'll knock theHUD Sm. Lg. 'I I
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County's New Street Labeling System Receives Hot Reception

"J! I wanted to live on !Northeast Wt. bad. fee .tawtaaoM wt long ago correspond with bow far tram the
Second: Avenue I would have moved to ..fa. re tM >.Hm burned down out division lines the road Is. Ideally to a
Orange Park!I" stated Lea Wood in a ay. State Road 16 because the rescue city situation NBHh> Ave., wotif be 1I1fff' t
remark that waa typical of Ms vcMcfeB jut couldn't find the dirt in the Northeast quadrant, itaaW
Country Club Estates neighbor who read We fires were on," said BC east-west and the 25th street north of t
have seen the first of the county's baa* Director LM. Gaines "This the cities north-south divider. NE 19th
numbered road signs go up in their system makes a lot more sense." Ave.,would be six streets closer to the
domain near the Starke Golf and Gaines said the need for a road sign center of the city.
Country Club just off SR-230. system' was first discussed about four

The great majority of the area years ago. At that time he studied two Because the city of Starke won't
residents who commented on the new different plans for orderly road have the same street sign setup as
green and white street signs said organization, the numbered quadrant Bradford's adopted system residents
much the same as Wood, that is, 'we system now being installed and the of the County Club Estates j
live in the country because we like it, "Seattle system", and accepted the neighborhood say the number system r \
why do they have to make Starke like quadrant "system as "much less won't be nearly as orderly and usefulas V M I
Orange Park..or' Jacksonville..or confusing in a city situation 1 U
Gainesville. "If the city of Starke was doing the
County officials say two other same there wouldn't be much
The outbreak of negative opinionhas outside factors Influenced thecounty's thing I
could /'said Mrs Pat Welty "but
cascaded down upon the county decision to move ahead in say numberedstreets rr 2&V
with Starke not having the
commission and road department Installing the street signs. First the vA
it just doesn't make any sense.There's .
officials since Bradford Council
County Regional Planning a
no center point to from the '
go ,
employees first started installing new government cooperative of 11
street ust suddenly
numbered street signs in the area in counties in North Florida, advised ) pop up,
out of nowhere. .
recent weeks. Those signs have Bradford togo the route of other much i
named the roadways NE 1st Ave., NE larger area cities by using the
"If this to
14th St.,etc., and in so doing made the numbered street system, and two, the was supposed serve"some
I don't how it
traditional golfing terms used to state of Florida handed all secondaryroads purpose see will said
Charlie Flynn, another resident who
denote the area's streets a thing of the back to the counties meaning t t 1q 1vT
street Pinehurst became 1
his !NE
past. For instance, Fairwood Drive is Bradford was responsible for the say (
now NE 2nd Ave. maintenance, including sign 2nd Ave., "any emergency vehicle is I ry F/ X '!
still to need find
going a map to the
Installation, of all its secondary roads.
place and I'm sure not going to use it
Most residents of the The Bradford County Sign Shop was
peaceful, I'll give directions to my house just
erected at a total reported cost of
affluent area are saying the like I always have, go out to the
about$15,000 and the was in the war
numbering takes the county '
system away country club road, take a left, anotherleft )
business of making road signs of all eC
of the streets live
personality they on, and come down to the white brick
and many complain the move types. house."
muddles the established addressesand

stationary headings they have. Faced with a need for some type of .. -.. -Y- .
There are those who say the county street sign system for emergency "If I told a friend In Gainesville to Children
from the Club These youths used to live on'roads with like
Country Estates sub-division names
should have never been able to movein purposes the county board approvedthe come to my house on NE 2nd Ave., .
might won4ered If they came home to the right Fairway Ave Pinehurst Drive but now live on NE 2nd I
with their and find it
new signs new street Regional Planning Council'srecommendation they'd never agreed Mrs.
when the Ave NE 14th St. and their
county's new street signs went up In their or parents are none too happy
names without consulting the citizens. and two months Welty
neighborhood a few with the Idea
Some say the numbering system will the sign shop started turning out the The sign system doesn't have the weeks ago.

draw similar, if not more heated numbered street signs along with its orderly progression other city mind, "I mean why do we need these "This takes the personality out of it, One resident of the area Mrs.
criticism when it reaches into other quota of other road signs such as stop systems have but Haverty the Sign Jacksonville type signs? Starke just I really think it s sad," said Mrs. Donna Gruen wasn't as miffed about
outer county areas with much older signs, child crossing signs, etc. To Shop director and the man who drew Isn't big enough to justify giving away Welty, the wife of Attorney Dick the issue as some of her neighbors but
and more traditional names.In date street signs have been erected up the number system after some some of the privileges of the small Welty and one of the most vocal did offer a solution.
only in the Country Club Estates sub- initial assistance from Regional town that we're supposed to get here. critics of the new street sign system, "I'm not that concerned about It, I
division with the Northeast section of Planning Council people, says there is "We moved to the country because we guess I am pleased that it's becomingmore
of the criticism'
the face county
Bradford being the first target area a reason for that too. like It and now It's being citified.". organized out here" said Mrs. '
commissioners and road officials
have held that they had a for installation. Sign Shop head, I! R. "Platted sub-division streets like Omen the wife of Dr. Harry Gruen
firmly and a good one, for adoptingthe Haverty predicted it will take 4-6 "I've left spaces and street these that have been dedicated to the "I don't see how they can do '"I don't see why they couldn't make
numbering system. That is that Bradford of the some 6,000 signs numbers open for future roads," county shouldn't be changed," Wood something like this without a vote or a signs that have both the names and
the new sign system based on for erected. Haverty explained, "like the. first continued. 'As high as our taxes are poll of the people or something," the small numbers at the top. Other
quadrants and North-South East- avenue north of 301) right now is 25th on this property we ought to get some agreed Charlie Flynn, "the first I places do that and that would keep the
West dividers as in Gainesville will The numbering system will only be avenue! so that gives us plenty of consideration as to having names knew of it was when I came out.of the personality and warmth and" still
allow emergency vehicles from local used outside of Starke city limits with numbers for other roads which wul be instead of numerals. That NE 2nd house. .. and a sign was up." solve.. the emergency problem.
Avenue stuff just doesn't suit It's --- ---
units as well as from outside the east-west divider being US-301 and built in the county between that road me. -
county to locate emergency situations the north-south division being SR-IOO and the city limits. You have to leave getting to" be nothing but numbers 'tlUlI :

much faster than is now possible in to the west of US-301 and SR-230 to the room for growth because of the way anyway. to", ..,
this county which has so many unnamed east side. Any road east of US-301 and this county has grown in the last five ""roe ,., IJ'1
and multiply named roads. -"! north of SR-230 (outside city limits) years. Also we can't number all the "I don't care for them at all," said ""'" ''II. k
didn't like the idea at first either," would be named Northeast (some private roads and prison-owned roads Mrs. Dewey McKinney, "I don't see I f us
admitted Commissioner E W. numeral)) street or avenue with now but eventually they'll be turned why the numbers are so important. If .
Hodges, "but we did it because it's the avenues running east-west and streets over to the county and then they'll be they're going to put up signs why don't : :'!!, w

best thing for the future." running nort b-south. The numerals numbered too." they just put up the names?." 1.".:, s

UTILITY BUILDING vi just think they should have asked IJ'YNO.L. :-

. somebody," said State Trooper Ceramic Exercise !'!'I'nTH iF ,
Randy Cory,who now lives on NE 13th ,
Wired Floors ''Cjj'J ,
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J1 Qi # Ave., "I didn't hear a thing about It Classes '/.." "- -. ,
Lights Switches and then the signs are up. Geez, if I Offered .. .... .
wanted to live on a street with a .

.. Finances Available< number on it I would have moved Ceramic classes sponsored by the I G: 'a: A q
'' back toGamasville.'l' ', cvl d'I
.. McCULlOCHPORTABlE"GENEAATOAS. Starke Recreation Department'rWlllbegin .L' t.:! 1711 n
301 "This thing just leaves me cold Monday night, January 29, at 7 w'
SUZUKI OF STFJRKE charged Lea Wood who says he's p.m. at the Old Armory. 11AH1Nt --
964-6020 South doing his best to block NE2nd Ave., The free classes will be held every "... LAltttu
- his new address, totally out of his Monday from 7 -10 p.m. and also on 5, -
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Wednesday mornings from 9:30: a.m.
to noon at the same location. Inte- +.
-- rested persons can come to any of the
classes to start their ceramic work. .

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AEROBICS: An Individualized con- .. ," .
ditioning program focusing on cardio- ,
vascular (heart and lungs) exerciseswill .\ !,::"j 1o1 \"
be offered at the local Santa Fe i
(Bradford High School) campus "
Tuesday nights from 7-9 p.m.
Library Circus Comes Alive
This course covers the "do's and
don't's" of jogging walking diet,
1I1 weight control injuries, etc. All participants
participate at their individually With 'Doc9 Miller's StoriesStarke
selected level of learning.The .
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r program encourages the "No resident and long-time circus worker Art 'Doc' Miller treated Starke
Pain" way to get into shape and stay Christian School fourth and fifth graders to tales of the early circus days Monday
in shape method. at the Bradford County Library

For more information, contact the Miller offered unusual anecdotes to the students while explaining the stories
I Santa Fe campus in Starke. behind promotional circus posters displayed on the library wall, some of which
date back to the late IHOO'i when circuses traveled on foot to sites as far awayas

Traveling Canada. with circuses for more than 50 years Miller himself had a circus of

his own, the 'A.C. Miller Show', a traveling magic, comedy, and vaudeville
I i : how In the 1930'.,



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Key-. tone Mai,::Puts; ,on.Dos; ''-''' WithJ. ....1y. a1am";te-, 'j Drawn Cart Grower I ". dillDiscr4o 't r-rat

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"It's just my way ... ',r;', : iw a'N'/arton/ also tatemtsd In this breed -op
room the 1'0\\-.1 eels pSK{ IN 1dogsaki ( 'Ir--; hobby. 1' ';: :
Wendell Martin. r'ot.Hi.wcentrte &tore. moving .logttte Keystone j
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hobby. ? :$ tits *+aa.. M.riln lived In Martin stated' that there were flew : Briook ,
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) three. teams of this MM .in
Area r.sMnts. May hays ....... '' fa 1IJf"'IItiI' '"tle tM Jacksonville and when Ih

spotted him being p kd 'Obwn the \\'Mr eg one febiate Malamute and astray they woui4pet together ; ,r ..y'' Bob Alton, ma free Breaker
hlhw!: lJI the. back roads male American pit-bull. said he bad hoped before tMlJ1i State Farmers M 1C.'t"I'o'<+
t r fin a .lia\eboa-t: l or a three institute a club and that a meetinggrowers'served' l' ted

whjeled "rt-ft*two I\t About a year later, he purchase: a members organise a p' II bt
; occasionally! !}! with *n addled bull male Malamute and produced a Utter. Augustine. "Po ibly incorporating It .. .? t held at 7,tunUrooker : Ti5e/ 'jdh'Pthc
4idog -I ? ?k ; .
In the middle. like the LeWis community (
selling some, to his friends. who wire with something Jerry 'a 9i :. + I'y y 'anIEr" >;
for a worthy
Telethon to raise money
.1' cause\ :Martin said. Purpose of the awning is to dMcux*

; aril, f'a ; a proponed, plan tor 'WffrnfMnt n
L' '1 was going to call It the Florida +iA1'h cooperative operse/btl'at'the market
Dog Drawn Skateboard Association." .-0 tw during the eftrtif ng tentoni f to. JJew of
EDITORIALBelt I he said thinking It would create a the fact lihdt th* contpdntt //ell"Itgaud(
\ I large amount of interest since the } operating the markrt'W ,t the 11IIIIrM'.al
skateboard M sears will not'return for the
'''. 1 .l. craze was so popular.
I net i enon: ,

Training the dogs to pull either a 1' ': .gyp : 1
skateboard or a cart Is a long draw Plan for the January III I meeting
Tightening out process he explained which: : were mode Tuesday iitijht at t a
starts when the puppies are only meeting attended by members iif the
about three months old. Although his : Brwiker mark! ndvfeorvronimitlee.together .

are full grown now. he said he Is --............- -- ------ .- -- --_. ----- ____ with Allen and W.O.\ Whittle
Still training them. chief of .the Bureau of State Markes.:
Many economists are predictinga A recession would affect thl'l > < ,
recession: some time this year- construction industry, and durable Part of the training. which begins Wendell :Martin Is shown being pulled by his two Mulamuies enroute to All interested Kronen and "potential
and whether very early. consists or Instilling a fear Starke. ; salesman of produce areInvited to
they're right or not, goods manufacturers, suchas
of traffic in them. attend this meeting 'I' .t'f'i
it might be a good idea to know autos, and appliances, as wellas when he said a local youth tried to run 1(1! mph. this is with the dogs pulling
what we're in for, just in case. home construction and business "When a car comes along. grab a him down In his pick-up. him at I5H lbn. and the cart which

According: : to the definition used and industrial expansion.In puppy, run to the side of the road and Martin says he tries not to be a neighs between ill and tui. Local History
by the Federal Government in its of this'muddled outlook, crouch, cuddling the puppies to traffic
spite hindrance and feels he has the
of the in them.
my fear car "The strength and endurance of
news releases, a recession comes at the last account: : President he express said. "After a while they become same rights to the highway as other these dogs is phenomenal." said Program Slated

when there is no growth in "the Carter: was viewing the outlookfor conditioned and getting away from citizens. :MarliaThere's

real Gross National Product for the current year with his traffic becomes a voluntary action." doesn't suggest this type of sport For Senior Citg

six months" in succession. usual unflappable optimism. The Martin on his runs during training for youngsters because of the dangeron no doubt In mmind., thatif

President has arrived at the !!sessions has been faced with the highway. "It is easy for the given :no miles they could run a Eugene L. Matthews, president of
On the other hand, the National second anniversary of his inauguration problems from motorists. "That Is dogs to pull you up" under a truck if horse In the ground." he said. Martin the Bradford County Historical Board

Bureau of Economic Research in remarkably good spirits, why I went to a three wheel vehicle, you're not careful he said. added that the Malamutes reach their of Trustees will give some highlights

defines a recession as any nine- considering the outlook. All the instead of using the skateboard all the He also pointed out. for the dog's peak when they're three or four years of local history at the Tuesday. Jan.

month period in which the Gross recent: troubles in Iran, Cambodia time which" Is restricted to the ,welfare that they shouldn't be old. meeting of the Senior Citizens Clubat
he said. "I l get off the
pavement. can 1 m the Pratt Street Kecrea-
required to pull anything with just a p.m
National Product declines, Israel and Egypt, and all he added.
road on the cart neck collar on. Martin has a !specially! Discussing the Malamutes lion Center. The program 'was
the anxiety over the dollar designed harness rig for his dogs personality Martin comparing them announced by the club president. Vernon -
Laying statistics: aside recession abroad and inflation at home do He mentioned an unpleasant when they are pulling him again to the Shepherd, said he has E. Olin.
to the in the st.reet.'t Incident which occurred near Clay seen little difference in their
man not seem to have shaken his confidence Matthews11I show slides of old
Electric SR-lOO
when he is laid off from work, 01'fU'ed as he enters the second on !several! weeks ago Martin says his dogs are kept in topnotch intelligence. photographs picturing the 1902 Brad

when his employer goes out half of his first term. health with proper diet and care "Malamutes lord County courthouse since its construction
and prefers not to run them In warm seem more aloof 77yearsagouptoitapresentrestoration
of business or shuts down a plant weather. more independent but more
and will describe the
because of lack of orders. Mr. Carter apparently believes I County Agents expressive: and more vocal than the work now in on the building.
that he is doing all he can to keep Comparing his dogs who have a Shepherd.: '' he said AU members progress of the club and other' .

the economy strong, cut down on Notebook heavy coat of hair to German Interested citizens are invited to

For everyone, a recession: is the the budget deficit (which he says Shepherds, Martin said they fare as "They are also a one man dog" attend. Olin said.SENIOR.
economy's way of telling us whereto has been reduced by half since: he ByBobby I well In hot weather as shepherds do, Martin commented in contrast to
long have
start belts as as they plenty of water. what he has read of their Artie
tightening our quit '; teak office), hold down

spending so much on luxuries and "' unemployment, ,and meet the Taylor He stated there was a problem In Eskimos brothers treated which the like Indians herds and of CITIZENSSOCIAL
entertainment, and. start trying social needs of the nation within ..honel964.c280: Extension working them in warm weather horses and cattle than pets. '
to scrape together enough: ''each .es ential budget restraints. It though which he prefers not to do. SECURITY i I

month to pay the rent and the remains to be seen, of course ; "Working one mile In the summer He said they are an affectionate Persons over 65 and'still working
January 1. 1979.
can now earn1.500 In
grocery bill.Alt.hough whether his best is good enoughto It's Not Too Early sun would be like running them 10 animal, gentle and like to play. wages without penalties. For earnings
miles in the winter cold." he said.
the To Plan Spring Garden over $1 from $2 will be
prevent expected recession $4.500J every
"My ambition is to cross a
many economists are ia 1979. Even though Is wet and cold. It is ';"< Martin has run his dogs! to Melrose Malamute with a Japanese breed the deducted from earned wages over

predicting a downturn in the not too early to be making plans and and to Starke and back on different Akita which has similar 14.500. 1
third fourth of 1979. The alternative of course, is starting your vegetable garden. Your occasions. On some sprints he confirmation In hopes of producing a Under 65. persons may earn $3.480.:
or quarter frightening. Some of us are old plans should include selecting a site includes his bull dog for the added larger dog" said Martin. "They are but for every $2 above that amount. $1 .
to will be deducted from
is social
no one pessimistic enough will your \
what added of
to remember times that deciding vegetables you strength. very rare and expensive he I
enough check.
forecast: an all-out depress en, grow and planning or making a garden the AkiUts. security ,\
such as the nation experienced b> the younger generation knows design. ,'; "It depends on the terrain" he NOTE: Failure to report earnings
.etching! about except from hearsay I: commented, adding that he just used above these stipulated Incomes could t
the 1930's.liut'nhy"time.'a'. frem history books: In planning the home garden many 1,l his two malamutes for the Starke trip Asked why he had taken up such a result In the complete loss of all Social q
9t factors should be considered so as to ,It since it is a straight shot but added hobby, Martin said he has always Security benefits.,People overJTC and 1 q i
;: gover uettt\,. 929W ea Collapse in 16.5 insure maximum production from J J1lJa1t Pe..the..bIJIl.I,dog..on the Melrose. been an animal lover and In addition; still working for w res'do: noVnavi' tore ' al the''f, word ec .ftMi Aa..Da ?rct4ftMe'd the ftKtlblerl' ,;,,ln;;,.;.,.;t! YihetP, ,. .because 1 : of the UUy<:terrahiM.. *' tripe sense when enjoying of freedom bleapertaltgiaeq and doing something Mm iaf.\C) h" they" enrttis eam; no matter 1 ow ,r'mi.a '

uses dreack-d4 recession. October :90 headlines in the New Grow the crops that are liked "by) 1'Ahou h he hai no speedometer different. i
.the stock market goes into a York Times.1930"Senators. your family. This list may be limited equipped to his apparatus Martin VOLUNTEERS!
blue chip funk, and the Dow Jones by the size of the garden and ,bY' the said he has been clocked by motoristsand "Unless someone has experiencedthis "A tip of the hat" to the vast army

Industrial average shudders. Demand Action crops that are For likely to be successfulin has approached 30 mph on his type of freedom. It Is hard to of volunteers In the thousands of '"
downward. The word itself our area. example asparagusand skateboard. describe, Martin said, which he gets organizations in our nation. A prime i
to Check Unemployment"... rhubarb seldom produce accept. when the wind blows In his face while example of voluntary action are the
strikes fear into the hearts of able yields in Florida. The nutritive During a sprint In his cart he said
"Hoover Stand the
Attacked",., traveling by dog-power ,along senior citizens who man senior centers
investors, as well as consumers, that was the Times' lead story on value of the vegetables should also be he averages on a 10 mile jaunt about roads !serve! and deliver congregateand

but it falls short of instigating the March 4..und meanwhile considered.!! meals-on-wheels, homemakers !
type of fear that caused Wall Before planting a plan of the service provide transportation for I
street brokers to start jumpingout 'reels showed Interminable soup garden should be prepared on paper, Center Director their peers to doctors,hospitals, nursing \ f
of windows 1 lutes..jagged men selling five- showing the location of each crop the Space homes!, shop for food, check blood 1
skyscraper ia k
gent apples on the curb: ...mothers amount to be planted on each date, pressures, assist diabetics organize
1929. and conduct club meetings, serve as i i
searching for to follow earlier and
garbage cans crops ones companion : -
that to be in Will Discuss Shuttle RotaryGerald state ombudsmen for the protection of I '
; at
help feed their hungry crops are planted t
rr:1,5to nursing home patients. Millions of
That is the reason it is so bnpor- the same area. ,dollars are saved nationally and statewide

tant to "think positive" and not When -.r 9t',4 by the dedicated efforts of these
making your garden plan the D, Griffin deputy directorof \\1 1w
literally talk ourselves into a No one expects such things ever following suggestions may be helpful: the Kennedy Space Center, will be worthy people.TECHNOLOGY. '

recession by gloomy predictions. to occur again, but still the Arrange crops that are to be planted guest speaker at the Starke Rotary 4
If business is convinced, by talk memories are haunting. first along one side of the garden. Club Wednesday, Jan. 24. TO AID THE I f

or otherwise, that a recession is Place long-season crops such as ELDERLY 1
National that strawberries to one side of the gardenso Buford Mitchell who will have General Telephone and Electronics: I
it will polls report 75 f
inevitable, start making they will not interfere with the preparation charge of the said 'that Corporation is testing a revolutionary \
decisions based on such forecasts percent of American people consider of the garden each season. Griffin will discuss the development surveillance system which may be on ,

and perhaps even create a.recession inflation the most pressing Plant tall-growing crops on the north and the future impact on Florida of the market this year. Field tests are (
that feeds on itself. problem we1 face today, but given side of the garden so they will not the first Space Shuttle which Is being run in St Petersburg and Bro- I
a choice between higher prices shade other plants. scheduled: to start operating around t Ydrr ward County. 200 Seniors will be
September 1. "'St Involved in each community 7 !
indicates that economic and
History higher unemployment they Group crops of similar maturation ire What makes this system so good u I
growth goes in cycles. The choose the former by a 53 to .24, dates together so that the space maybe Before coming to the Kennedy that it Is "passive", which means that j
longest uninterrupted upswing percent margin. prepared easily for later plantings. Space Center, Griffin was deptuy N'Y people do not have to DO anything in '
since World War II lasted almost! rmits,plant enough of each director of NASA's Dryden Flight. emergencies to get help. If a person Js I
four and the current upswing The Administration walks a vegetable for freezing canning..and Research Center In California. Prior } unconscious: or injured and cannot: '

years from the recession of 1.-r-. tight rope, trying to maintain a storing as well as for fresh use. Allow to that he was attached to the Johnson reach a phone, emergency help is l'
three rate for the ample space between rows for con- Space Center In Houston. Texas automatically summoned. .
75 is now three and a half years percent growth venient cultivation depending upon where he was a flight director on all U tl
old. Drawing a lesson from his economy, which would be fast the type of tool to be used. Don t plant Apollo missions. He was lead flight : Sensors are attached to the >most I

tory, it would seem about tin enough to keep unemployment too much of any one crop at one time. director of Apollos 12, 15, and 17. used electrical appliances refrigerator. I

for the slowdown cycle: to begin- .near the six percent mark; at the Make succession plantings every 10 bathroom lamps, phone,If 1 !
: same time gradually reducing to' 14 days of radishes, snap beans, Griffin was also Involved In all of x"'' a not used for a pre-arranged number of I.
but there is always an exceptionto inflation from the current 10 sweet corn and other crops to provide the nights of project Gemini as a hours, a Central Alarm System is
the rule. per. fresh a long period. A the Mission Control '
prove vegetables over flight controller In automatically contacted. Within two \
eent rate to below seven percent. similar effect will result from plantIng Center. He was awarded NASA's minutes, the signal goes to G.T.E. \
; If' should ever com up. .Sch fine tuning has been I at the same time two or more' Exceptional Service Medal for his University with a degree in headquarters wherebasle; Informa- ,
anyone method to halt initetiM attempted in the past with varieties 'with different maturity work on Apollos 12 and 15, and the engineering and spent four years as a tion is flashed on a 'Video screen.: 1'31!
with Force. He .
a U.S. Air
dates. Presidential Medal of Freedom Group flying officer in the i
f'without starting a reeessks ,.,tk'' tneertftht results. Achievement for Apollo 13. served as an aerospace engineer With,, '\ t f
would have it mad*. Jfc* the Douglass Aircraft Co. and Computers, video-print the. name
nation careful and
; Through planning ,
PWrfcape Mr. Carter's confidenceis native of Texas. Griffin and address of the client, allongolnmedical q !
.: coW fact Ie that inftetis. companion cropping, production from A Lockheed Missile and Space Co.
of booed en knowledge that the the small garden may be greatly graduated .,from:!>> Texas A&M before joining NASA -. problems names, andaddresses ( i
squeezes the purchasing power vest ...MB to not Kave-and of emergency rescue unite. ;
increased. .
we Provided the soil u properly t
'J and when the consumer -. in the area and of relatives. .
the people .
hope his confidence is well fertilized and water is available. ,-'.- v; "
has to pay higher price founded. In the meanwhile it Frequently two or three vegetables'may March of Dimes Seer For February Monitors call client's home. If no:
: for everything from hamburger be grown in the same area; fcrC,
houses, they naturally buy Won't hurt to start rehearsing thetechniques instance, crops that mature quickly! The Mother's )March for the March Chapter, of which Bradford County is answer, monitor calls a neighbor who ''i X
: to down of belttighteningjust can be planted between the rows or in. of Dimes will be held Feb. S from 6 to a member has as Its vice-president l has agreed to help. This neighbor (or
less; factory output goes in case the rows that occupy: the space withcrop 7:30: p.m. Bradford School Board member Pat others) decide on wbat type of help ta
and unemployment goes up. for a relatively long period. There will be approximately 100 Spengler.In needed and relays information to
'. Lettuce and cabbage are often seLI mothers collecting door- door. The last year's Mother' March,close G.T.E monitor which 'Immediatelysets ,
It ItIS I alternately in the row, with radishes National Committee has broken down to 1.000 was raised according to Mrs. all the necessary action: iu'

fO"D planted .between the rows. The! the city into sections, so that each Spengler and the effects can be felt motion :;,
*\pRIL4 r .aA Coy radishes and lettuce- are out of the! mother collecting will not have to ,close to home. 12 children' In the
4 way' before the cabbage needs thef venture outside of her neighborhood. county are Involved In March of The price will be high to start with t
space. Dimes programs* and Mrs. Spengler $40 or $60 per month. but increasing
; atiligraP4 Cochairmen of the Mother's March 'asks,that anyone.wishing to benefit demand could: bring these costs within

To prevent diseases! that. may live* this.year are Gladys Pierce and MAryGi from the many MoD service. .should a more reasonable range.'Meantime.
O will continue our ewe pi graro of
a over from the previous season practice .ryy. lanoh tJbe-VSuwaimee CountyArea .contact her-at 964404A. we
rotation That Is do !' daily visits and telephone- rasa
crop not grow '
s: .
eG. r6a0UScN the same; vegetable In, or near the( ranc,caljs.OSITUARYi. ." :

PtsHleherePublished same location more often.than once//. Gospel Sing'To Be ,Held at Santa Fe High .t ..., "
very three years;Since members of?
d, some plant families are subject lot: talent will be on display Saturday litjf "Country Boy" Cliff Walden formerly One momenti silent prayer faced
each Thursday and enters as Dialing for the of the soul of Mrs. Irane\
i e.contclans' MaUerI many of the same diseases; roUtlort Jan. 27.,Ix'! 7s30.p.m. seen on the popular for. repose \
be host ,Nichols, Starke, who was found dead
Office $terfc. Re. im4er Act of 3 should be by families as well as byjj when three gospel singing groups get Dollars spot on channel: ZO.wiU
I at the Poet. at March $979.I la her home January 2'. 1m. ,May she4ratlnpe.ce. t
individual .. Move' members o/5; i Schoolaudrtariunt for the .
Jlgh programttanattort
.,' . .) c_ .. _j:. cro. the Santa adult and .75 .T
: the cabbagfHau1lflower-broccolk:0I- fashioned of$1.50 per f'
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i i Outside trade ayes: II p.,..r... Veer; M** Sta! Months. squash garden where family no to other" be part members fI(' the of' Springs The Gospel, Blue Grass HytnnTones Prophets of of Lake High sponsors.wi Branford out: to,the Gospel f Mom Hall.ome *. oJ. the NEXT' EE11NG\\ p.m., Pratt ,;';1.Recreation' :i

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Bradford! County FFA member group from Lake Butler placed lint Importance of farming in society and PREFERiR' D :
John Tatum took second place: In over teams from Palatka and Palatka's Juanita Stanley BY SO MANYA
public speaking competition: at theFT Macefcnny. earning the ritfil' to third speaking on agriculture
A District Contest held Friday.Jan represent District 4 in the AM' education.
IS. to Lake Butler. contest, held at a later date tUf Judges for public speaking wcr
Tatum lost out In a bid to represent winter. District 4 encompasses nine Bradford County property appraiser funeral' service is a most personal
District 4 in Are contests sine only counties and the .Lake Butler piisji Jimmy Alvarez, retired union School expression of tribute." It should be planned
first place finishers advance to Area representing these nine counties Board member Donald Dukes according" to individual w sbes.That is why we
had earlier Includes Doug Crawford DMrfet. Current ScbcIollkNarcl Superinteocfaat
Tatum won
competition. at DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home to
President Ui Puffenberger, PftwlDyaU go great
sub-district competition.Tatum W A. McGIll. and Farmer's andDealer's
spoke on the importance of Dan Davis Tert TuggX and' Bank!l: officer Shards p lengths assure complete freedom of selec-

arming in society, stressing the needto Jack Shaw. Howard i tion.Selections are made in privacy and withfull
teach younger citizenS better Lake Butler's John Carl Howard Parliamentary procedure followed I information. That is another reason that
methods "One-half of the took second place in the tractor with national FFA Vice-President
arming for more that 65 years so families haVpr..rred *
and driving competition behind Putnam Jeff Rudd asking (the three many
world has inadequate diet, we group
the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.
FFA) have the power to dowmething County's entry. The competfttoi- contestants to perform<< three abilities ,

"If you give me a fish, I'll included written and oral teats, and_ They includedMaking a motion. I, '. 'd
eat for a day teach me to flsh. ('U eat timed drive including backing up discussing it,and referring the matterto 'j'I "
while pulling a trailer. Only the,top committees make '
a a motion. iBen
(or a lifetime Jones
Tatum also suggested the finisher advances to area amend it, and vote on the amended I DeWitt C.. ,Y : : !on Futch

possibility of teaching exchange competition. motion, and make a motion, discuss ,, Harold JohnsonDeWitt
KK.V mrmlwr Joint Talum students American farming A large group of KFA members it. and reject It, followed by j
leek aeeal place in the public oprakindistrict techniques, the most advanced in the from surrounding areas, all of whom adjournment "
had won sub-dislrict competition, Groups were judged on poise. < C.JonesFuneral
_prtlUo mach l.the .ppr. world ..
were on hand for the contest which organization and other FFA |
The parliamentary procedureNewRiver
valsf'sGeorge. began with public speaking procedure guidelines. and judges for Homes.
competition. Baker County's Chuck' this segment were County Extension '
Brannen took first with a talk the < lIey.''''' Males.
on Agent Logan Fink UCIIS Vocational 1
Evidence In ..
Yields merits of Angus cows for beef Director Howard McNeil and < 6200 413.31 reij

production, Bradford County's John Harmony Church Rev Norman <
11by Tatum look second with a talk on the Kichmond.
Hit & Run Death of lax Boy., ,.

Pat Honour ':'vt ,

Evidence in the death of 8-year-old Green Cove Springs boy .
three days before Christmas was pulled from the New River Thursday
afternoon after a three hour search: by Florida High ay Patrol divers. 4'4.$5 ''. i !,.,;' L by t P\1 W'E.I1
FHP divers from the search: and rescue unit in Jacksonville found the left
front fender from a Ford Ranchero in the New River, south of Lake Butler
dividing Union and Bradford counties A passenger. located on a tip to
authorities, led FliP divers to New River
At the same time a Jacksonville man. Ronald George Van Atta. surrenderedto
Clay County authorities and uas booked into the jail on charges of
manslaughter by culpable negligence and manslaughter by intoxication. He
was released from the Clay County jail shortly afterward on $1.500 bond .Ir l:
imposed by Circuit Judge Lamar Weingeart
On Dec. 23. Edward Russell "Rusty"Zebendon was riding his bicycle on SRIS .
about two miles east of Green Cove' Springs and was within" a few hundred ?
yards of his Orangedale Route home about 7 p.m. when he was struck by awestbound ,rift
car and killed. = ; t
Ha family began search for him when he did not return home and his body .. : t:'j 1;:: .. 1
was found about an hour later i. + I, 1 t
FHP traffic homicide investigator Rick Kelley and other investigators found '!'P'; '
.. .
a broken left front turn signal at the scene and found that it came from a .:.: ..
metallic silver with black pinstripes 1977 or 1979 Ranchero or Ford LTD II. II
Tuesday Jan.9.the FHP contacted newspa and television stations \
and asked anyone*ho might have information about the accident to contact the : : ..
niP or day County Sheriffs office Also a reward for information was begunby l
friends and neighbors
The fallowing day the Clay County Sheriffs office w as contacted by a lawyer *?W&iV ?S T<
representing Van Atta. a computer programmer The lawyer said his client
wanted to surrender for the hit and run but he would" not reveal his client's NI y '.4Y 3Jt! 3fev i, ,

nine +1 ore. 'r'. .'
Several hours after the lawyer left the Sheriffs office, another informant i Itllf pH+ 1 gSttHjp

contacted deputies about the passenger in the hit-a nd-run vehicle.
Troopers located the passenger and he talked to investigators about the
accident and led them to the vehicle involved in the accident: \ \ :, '
ri4rt y:1.
Early Thursday morning, the passenger led troopers to the bridge over the r, :
New.. River on SR-231 where he said parts of the automobile damaged in the
accident had been thrown. "S
Investigators told the driver of the car had gone to Georgia where he
purchased new parts replacing a fender a signal lens housing and a splash j .L1Lt'w'i
pan thrown" into the river.
FKP Cpl.L.....,. Campbell and divers R.E. Davis. R.P McDemon and Jimmy
Joynes returned to the bridge after daylight and began the search. 5, A h'wtr
f The search was first conducted: by dragging magnets along the bottom. but .
J when this failed the divers descended into the 4S-degree water,, and located the ; r -k ; 4t s t .
fender at 1:30 p,m ; \ + N + t ;
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niP LL VinceSmallw oud said the fender recovered from the river had what, sf+t '' I+tl Yp t
appeared to be human hairs on it and the other parts recovered dow nnver in a 1

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., September Land Sales Drop to :.f 776,951 I ,.1. T J l. J If 9 I rf.:; ".1 Q ii
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September land sale dropped to Elide Smith husband to Melvin Richard L. Uufiger ft wife to Margie tr> GratMO ft wile to Djura D. ,II t+J1'i'.t..r, "', :!I : ..l .
$776,981 for Bradford County after Smith & wife, 10 acres In 325, TSS,, S. Reddish, lot 11. Mack "B" ofPinehurst Novak' Orvla J. Fairbanks ft wife a I' ,.'....,'" .., ,I' 1fJ'I.1'" ''nJ'
four CCIIIIIeCutive months oIaafes near R22E, $100.Lonnie subdivision, In SIt, T88, parcel of iaad in S2. TSS, RUB .. ir- !.l'J"I"; :. 0":1..
UIe$1 million mark, including August\ G.Tatar wife to LLoyd F. R22E $99000.Mare $6300.. 'I t : a ._ .e 1.

ales of t998,993. Wtke t wife, :20 acres in SM, TBS S. Reddish to Mule D. SktMor's Dairy Farms, inc.. to I. .. ..... T ti1
Prices of transactions are figured R22E, $29,300.Kenneth Parcel I: 21 acres of laud Skinner's Dairy Inc., a parcel of land .' t'rr'II "
from documentary tax stamps affixed lying In lots 12, 20. 21, 21, 2* and 21 01 fS19 In S9, T7S, R21k, $100. .. 'r':.\ I. .. .tj.
to deeds filed in the office of thecounty C. Greene ft wife to TSS. R22E. Parcel II: lots 41 of Casan Goodman toJ. R. Bullingtonft I :1! j (
clerk. Keystone State Bank, a parcel of land Sit,and lots 47 and 48,of S17, $100.. wife, a parcel of land in S24 ft: 25, I. .. ..elr.or' -- I 1 M I II.
Local realtor Cecilia Laban Freeman ft wife to : .. .. ; : JUjt.
Terwlllegar In S38 TBS R22E 10417. Henry T6S, R21E 15000. 1. I .. "" I.... : ... _... r ,
said the decrease is no cause for Willie Brown to Jacob Herring a Paul H. Faulkner ft wife, a parcel of Woodrew Griffis. Jr. ft wife to I : .....:= ., "I''.:I, --'' ; .
alarm:pointing out that Florida the parcel of land In S32, T6S. R22E. $100. land In S20, TBS R22E, ",834. Woodrow D.Griffis wile, a parcel of .o, -r., 1::,t! ... I '
fifth fastest growing state In the Townhouse Enterprises of Florida land In SlO. T6S R22E $100. '. -...+ t '< I cr. Ii 'j't

county and no recession Is in the foreseeable Inc. to Frans Dekeyser, lot 42 of L. L.. Dyal ft wife to Roy B. Woodrow Griffis. ft: wife to : .;i,.:":"'"' :' :;;:
future for north Florida. McDavid Jr. ft wife S acres id S39, Woodrow \\r t t ,
Parkwood, 4000. Grifla, Jr. ft wife a pared .. .'. ..
.'. Largest transaction for Septemberwas Frank Porreca ft wife to Bobby W. T7S R20E $100. of land In 510 T S. R22E, $UIO. t;.. ''rj .. ;.;1. .
the sale of the former Houck Crisp ft wile a parcel of S31 T7S Roy B. McDavid Jr. ft wife to L. L. L. K. Whitehead ft: wife to M. -.. ... J'I. -.. I ,
Apartments next to the Garden Dyal ft wife S acres In S26, T7 R20 E!:, Whitehead of land '.'I.. = ,
.R22E, $9,000.James ft wife a parcel In -3i:1'.. ',0.. 1Joo..::. 113 U ,. ...... "It'
Restaurant for$86.667 from James E E. Houck & wife to Jack $100.Edward S24, T7S R21E. $3,500. t= "" .. I. 0:.;: .. ';
Houck and wife to Milton Goldwire Milton Geldwlre ft wife land lying In C. Bryant ft wife to class .. I" : J;=i. e. ll' .trll''' 1 u! Itl"J

and wile. lots 2, S, 4, 12 and 13, of block 14 In Griffis ft wife, a pared, land la S14_ .. \ :, .r II: ... .
addition T6S R22E, 4333. { Jj; .'.+ I. ., .
Temple's to Starke 85667.
Ruby Thompson to Claude. B.Thompson /, '' .- 1.'f i .
& wife a parcel of land InS10 Ernest F. Sutton ft wife to D. B. Virginia B, Hood to Oscar C. Morris .,. T ...- ""-\.:... .. ,y ,t.
T7S, R22E, $100. Raulersoa ft wife Parcel I: parcel ft wife parcel of land la Sections 29, i-.I'i.I; :, .JT.. j F tj
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(Jasper Byrd & wife to Carl Byrd e of land lying in 52. TBS R22E Parcel & 26, TBS, R22E. $76,500. o I J""I I1l.'I't-t : e '

wife, V4 acre of land In S17 T6S tinE, II: a parcel 01 land In S2, TBSt, R22E G. W. Blakely. Audrey A, BlakelyMs 4 :,, ,, :. ;i /". :,; -ii/i --.-i! '1 .: /
18000. '. .. P4A I :;( : .
$ .000. V, .a..w' H.I1:1 -.
Alden C. Morrow & wife to Donald Cecelia T. Terwillegar to Ted _1., .." R ,.J; .-L. ..

f.: Stefflc & wife, 3.2 acres of land In James Land wife a parcel of land In ,'-"I: '''\\i: : :: #. .; :r.. .. i .., : t I'.r
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S3, T7S, R22E 44000. S27 TBS R22E 5000. r.- '" ---r" "- :,'''"1':: -
L. M. Gaines to Ken O. Qulnion the Freeman Register, Jr. to Register ,t" 'Y'I" '=- west 50' of lots I and 3 of block 33, Ir Cas Company, Inc., 1.85 acres In S25 \ I; llT ,. -J -;' (; ,,-, .... ..
the J. M. Johns addition, T7S R21E. $10,000. wf: 11""" I 'P __
$9,000. \ :'ff", ---/1.: ; .-
Leland A.Brown ft wife to Donald J. ; .. k !f : ice, i\I .
Affordable Homes of Florida, Inc. I 4 i x. ." .
to Darrell W. & Alice W. Hall,lot 41 oPine < Prohaska ft wife a parcel of land in ",' ; : 5.yq ;; ,I, ,_

Avenue Crystal Lake. 527 T8S, R21E, $9,000. '. '" ) ." \ : "10- ':(': k'..t. ;. ....... J.- ?: 'j + -: ;': : "
Inc. to Arthur L./I 0I'
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Homesitea, 4400. Longchamp .: :r ,
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,Jean Baptist Drapeau to Joseph B. Masters ft wife lot 6, of Deerwood ,.wand Su. I: ;:" (=-' I ; i. -n p. i>- ft:>:- E ., ) II''
Bakken HI, & wife, one acre of landin subdivision In SS, T7S R22E $4.000. ." *i ',' '- IY" ,w l': ....-or M 0
SIS T7S R22E 18000. Townhouse Enterprises of Florida ;.\; .: ti ,.,.4: 'r ;"'1" "

Eunice L. Simmons & husband- to Inc, to Louise Harden, lot 50 of I t -. 'v--... ... .. : ...., J.. '' : .
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Parkwood subdivision $3,000. l "! Mr 1."c. .
Fred R. Crotts & wife lot, 28 0( r )
Smokerlse $32,200. ,. r .. ,J" '"=" ..:... '!:.' I ::a. ''' r-
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Coy Rosier Curce to Shirley Rosier Ruby Thompson 'to Charles D. ... 1.-... 1iI::: r I .j..v. l' \!"' \ '.,
Stalvey a parcel of land In SI, T5S, Thompson,4 acres of land In S10 T7S, :i'I w \ It 1.7. J- r-.; ... I ; ;! J a,

1121 E, $100.Shirley Rosier. Stalvey & husband to R22E $100.Vernon E. ,..OlIn ft wife to Robert 'l t ', .: T""A Oo : ....:..: I. to.. b<:/.i :'
land In S7 Cassandra Wal ace to Cassandra ; ....... .
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Rosier Cruce, a parcel of land in Muir ft wife a parcel i 4 j' (..- .
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Wallace a parcel near '
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SI, TSS R21E, $100. T7S R22E 3200. 'I ehJ'i.r: ... .
block 1 $100. .
L.P.Knepper and Edna Knepper to c ..::.. I{:' .:. ::: ;. '
L. Wayne Harper & wife to DonaldE. to Alfred .
The Ott Corporation C. ,J. ..
K. Gets and wife lot 24, block 29, .. j ,; .. .
Rauber, parcel of land of WEST Billy Boreeft wile, a pared of land ta SIX; h -L.!.. .t... ...... t:: ...
Estates $1,700.
PINES subdivision in S29, T6S, R22E of Hichridge R22E ".::1M.A. N .. ,
L. P. Knepper wife to Thomas W. TBS, Co .' t! J.: _._,pd ..
17000. C. Boree ft wife to Edward C. I .. "rr,... r-'
Millard M. Jordan & wife Van Brownlie ft wife lot 26, block 29, of t '! ..!..i. :
Rogers&wife a parcel of land In S12, .... ..
Wayne Bennette & wife a parcel of Highrldge John Robinson Estates 1700.ft Annie Pearl T9S, R22E: $12.MO. Breaker development Corp.,to TedD. \ : -- I
land in S23, TSS, R22E. 4000. Pearl Hall ParcelI Clyde G. Columbia an* Marvel A. Bigham ft wife,..let 18, block 2. ofSl.dy '.
Skinner's' Dairy Farms Inc., to Robinson to Annie Columbia to Time M. G.It wife, Oaks .......Ion. In S3, T7S,-t'I. ..
of land In S22. TSS R22E.
Sldnner's Inc. Parcel 2.85 : a parcel l( .. 1- ('
Dairy : oIlalID S22 TBS lot 3. block 1 of Butter Court R20E, $2,000.Gene to
acres of land lying east of the Parcel II:: .parcel subdivision $16,500. D. Adman to Michael G. ,. 1.

Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. Parcel R22E, $100.John Adams wife, lot S, block C, of ML '" ..
II:'43.14 acres of land in SEV4 of SEV. Robinson nad Annie Pearl Pleasant oa Silver Lake, 20000. .... "',- -
Parcel HI: 18.7 acres of land in S3, Robinson to Annie Pearl Hall a Myrtle H. M.KIMyrtle Ana MclUe\ Wlnga to Pam Parker Ernest Leon Norman to GaryP.v/ ',,'7 .:cp .
T7S, R22E. $100. parcel of land In 822..T6S, R22E. $100. Baumgartner lot 7 and 8 of block 6. IB Tlaon, 5.M acres in S31, TSS, R22E, Nazworth ft wife 5.26 acres of land in "Oo.., _.::.
Skinner's Dairy Farms Inc., ,to Amanda Blackburn to Andrew J. City Park subdivision, $2,080. $100. S3S: T6S R22E, $7,000. s_,.. -.J -
dinner's Dairy Inc., Parcel I: a Wiltersea ft wife a parcel of land in Edward C. Wainwright to L. E. Harris ft wife to William Olive Mae Pittman to George J. I. -
parcel of land in S8,T7S, R22E Parcel S14 TSS R22E. $100. Wilhelmina M. J. Wainwright a Gnaim ft wife a parcel of land In SIS Estes ft wife, a parcel.of land in iS27, '. \ "" t,. "
II: a parcel of land in S5. TSS, R22E Basil Davis ft wife to James B. parcel of land in S3,TBS. R221:. 'I.". TVS. R22E!:, $32,000.R. TBSr R22E. $16.000. : ( ; ?.
Parcel III: a parcel of land In S4/T4S, Kendrick ft wife, a parcel of land In Wilhelmina M. J. Wainwright to E. Williams Sr. ft: wife to Ruby Development Corp. to ." .
R22E a parcel of land in 54./ T7S.. S20. T7S R21E $100. Bryce C.Titus ft wife a parcel land Williams, a parcel of land in S29 TBS, George: W. Davis ft wife, a parcel of ) 1Lf--:
in S3. T6S R22C ",118I. land in 58. T7S R20E ,
lU2E..$180.) rances Fittman Coley to R22E, $110.'Mike $2,500. I PUTNAM CO
A. E. Copeland to Norman H. Affardable.Homes of Florida Inc. lot George G. Graham .. Kenneth C. P. Sturdlvant ft:wife to RobertW. Franklin C Bailer ft wile to' ', .)

Corlew & wife, a parcel of land In S3, 41, of Pine Avenue In Crystal Lake Greene, a parcel of land in SM. TSS, Avers, a parcel of land in 521.TBS Franklin C. Bailey and wife, andc:<
T6S! R22E, $50,000. Homesites $3,300.'Obituaries: R22E $28,000. RZ2E, 35000. $100. I
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Roger Padgett of. Black Mousv .\ Washington. D (:. arid' ncetl:19U.,hasp: ai:
Dale E.: .Baker,SO son ,,.... .
tain, Wyemlna'.nd several gram-. ... IJri gtoljn ar served on the National. Board. Sbe'Jitl
Dale E. Baker.50 of Keystone ; ?"- *;f" <, '- .011
; f,'4he First United Methodist Church of, ehildrenh'fjoioJ;: ,< was a Brownie and Girl Scout in North
Heights died unday'Jan7rfoUowingr'a ; Macclenny with the Rev. William S. Funeral services. will be conducted Three juveniles were captured Carolina and later served on the 1
brief illness. McLous officiating. Burial was in Friday, Jan. 19, at H a.m. in UM riding In a stolen. car Sunday Jan. 14, Board in Minnesota Several of us feel
Mr. Baker lived In Keystone Woodlawn Cemetery(in Baker County.Mrs. chapel of Archer-Tanner Funeral In Lawtey resulting in charges of we can call her Jane since we met her
Heights for the past five years. He Home with Rev. Don Denton officiating. auto theft for all three and several at the Annual Meeting !two years ago ,
was an Army veteran of WW-2 and a I Burial will be In Mt. Zion Cemetery theft charges dating back to an earlier in Jacksonville and she was a real
member of the Methodist Church. He Mary Newtoa Twaey. in Union County with Archer- burglary against one of the youths. delight. We felt we had known her
worked for the North Florida Tele Mrs. Mary Newton Turney, 05, of Tanner Funeral Home in charge of Lawtey resident Andrew Wilkerson always and know only good things are
phone Company as a cable splicer. Orlando died Jan. 13 after a long arrangements.Mrs.. reported to Lawtey police and In the future for all Girl Scouts with
Survivors include his wife Louise Bradford County Sheriffs .Department her as leader.
(Pat) Baker and a daughter. Miss Illness.Mrs. Turney was the widow of the on Jaa. 13 that his car had been GIRL SCOUTS All leaders and assistants are
Dawn Baker both of Keystone late Charles M. Turney and a former .Myrtle Sells stolen and on Jan. 14, Lawtey policeman reminded about Songs and Games
Heights; a brother. Don Baker of resident of the State Farm Raiford, Mrs. Myrtle Suits a resident of Charles Carter stopped a car evening next Tuesday at the
Newcastle, Penn., and a sister, Mrs. from I93 to 1951. Mr. Turney was Whispering Pines Motor Court on US- matching the description and took Senior Troop 669 was represented Methodist Church. Also your finance
Evelyn Doutt of Newcastle. Penn. purchasing agent of the former 301 south of Starke died Tuesday Mo custody two 16-year-olds and one the Combined Arts Day In report, I Is due.Ini4urance.
Funeral services were held Florida State Prison when he died in Jan. 16, in Bradford County Hospital ISyearehLTwo 'Jacksonville by Lori Shinn Joyce
Wednesday afternoon Jan. 17, in the 1951. He was also an elder in the First after a brief illness. of the youths were released in Wainwright. Patty Mullins Patricia Office '
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Chapel at Presbyterian Church: of Starke. the custody of their parents after auto Garvin. Pam Pratt Irene Wainwrightand
Keystone Heights with Rev. Leslie Survivors include three sons: Funeral services were Incomplete theft charges were filed but Laurie Mullins.
Harris officiating. Burial was in Keystone Charles W. 'of Orlando John P. of Wednesday and will he answanced investigation by Bradford Deputy Don Everyone has a good time and Offers AssistanceTo
Heights Cemetery with DeWittC. Daytona Beach, and Newton V. of Los a later date by Archer-Tanner Funeral Denton sad the Lawtey PolICeDepartmaat really learned at least one new thing.
Jones Funeral Home in charge. brother. William Home of Starke. revealed that the thirdyouth
Altos, Calif.; a The day was into sessions of Policyholders
Newton of Jacksonville; two sisters: may have burglarized O'NeW'sSell \ Disco dancing.. singing and crafts if
Pete Morris.50 Mrs. Jim Hendrick and Mrs. Ray Service Station five days earlier.On your troop needs help in any of these State Insurance Commissioner Bill

P.L. (Pete) Morris Jr., 50, of Foster both of Ft Lauderdale. 7 Jan i. the Lawtey service areas give the Senior Scouts a call Gunter announces that 318 people ;
after heart and 7 great PINE. VALLEY CONGREGATIONAL station was robbed of $300: several ,
Macclenny died Jan. 8 a grandchildren During the holidays Troop 669 contacted the Gainesville Service .
HOUNE88 CHURCH cartoM of and a .38 caliber
cigarettes the for the
attack. grandchildren.Graveside prepared scenery puppet Office during December.
Mr. Morris was a former assistant funeral services were Pastor: Rev.David Hodges pistol. The 16-year-old juvenile was show scheduled for later. Big plansare The Service Office handled ;
to the superintendent at Florida State held Monday afternoon. Jan. 15 at charged with one count each of underway for the Senior Planning inquiries from policyholders with I
Prison in charge of maintenance: At Crosby Lake Cemetery at Starke with SUNDAY:: Sunday school 10 a.m.. burglary, grand larceny and larcenyof Board which meets In Starke this values that totalled 42830.
his death Mr. Morris was main- the Rev. Dr. Jack Hand officiating. Church 11 a.m. Youth Service.* p.m. a firearm. Saturday the theme is Mexico. .
tenance supervisor for the new Baker Burial was under direction of Beyers Evening Service, 7 p.m. The youth to being held at Alachua Citizens with questions ,and
Correctional Institution at Olustee. Funeral Home of Leesburg. Juvenile{ Detention Center awaiting a Did you read about the new look In inquiries about Insurance can receive <
Mr. Morris Is also the brotherinlaw THURSDAY: Service 7:30: p.m. 'court .date.'er Girl Scouting last week? It will take assistance by contacting the Service 1'
of Mrs. Clarke Adkins of some getting used to for
Hampton. Mrs. Marie Padgett 53 Hear New in Effort who have been involved for several located at 901 N.W. 8th Avenue, Suite ;
Minimum 2.9O I '
A native of Mitchell County. of Wage vears. Of course we are willing. We C3. Gainesville, Florida 32601, and ;
Mrs. Mamie Louise Padgett 53. excited about National provides services for Alachua '4 .
our pew
Morris had lived in are
Georgia Baker County since 1929 after moving Lawtey died early Sunday morning, The new federal minimum wage of tips must now receive $1.60 an Hour President Mrs. Orville L. (Jane) Bradford Dixie Gilchrist, Levy .
there from Blountstown. 'He was a Jan. 14, following an apparent heart $2." an hour became effective Hotel,. Freeman. She Is certainly. well Marlon, Putnam and Union Counties. .. \
Dawkins Lodge No. 60 attack. January I, bringing a 25 cents an hour motel and restaurant qualified having served at Girl''' '. "'.
member of Temple of the Mrs. Padgett was an .employee of raise to nearly S.3 million American workers will no longer be exempt Scouts, USA' since 1972 as Additionally a representative of "
F&AM Morocco Rite Bodies and Koch'i Drug Store In Starke. She was workers. Last year'd murmurs was front overtime provisions, which International Commissioner. Mrs. Commissioner Gunter's office visits .
Shrine. Scottish of the Baker County a manager'of Thont Oil Company in $2.65 an hour. require that workers receive Freeman was U.S. Delegate to GhanaIn Putnam County each first and third ,
President-Elect Lake'City but returned to Lawtey The law provides. a $3.10 mutkman premium pay, .usually the rate of to Canada in 1972 to England Tuesday of the month Bradford'J
Shrine Club.Survivors. include his wile.. Mrs. several months ago. starting Jan.1,IMG.and $3.35 for."1. time and a half for any work beyond In 1973 1975 and to Hemlspere Conference County each second and fourth ;
Morris of Macclenny; Born In Lake City, Mrs. Padgett Two other changes in the law took, .40 hours a week.RA1oDouAvE. In Peru In 1973. She also served as Tuesday of the month, and Marlon .
Jewell Priester James F. Morris of. was the daughter of Riley and May- effect January 1: board member of Girl Scouts In County each Thursday. of the month..
two sons:
P. Morris of bell Robinson Douglass former residents For restaurant employees and other )
Tallahassee and William of Columbia and Union counties.She workers who receive tips the GOSPEL SING "
Glen St.Mary; his mother Mrs. Mary I i
was a member of the First Methodist percentage of tips that an employercan
Jane Morris of Macclenny; a granddaughter Church of Starke. apply toward the minimum wage The Singing Silcox Family of .
Miss Carle Morris of Glenat. husband Middleburg will be the featured singers "We can
Survivors Include her was reduced from 50 percent to 45 ,
Mary and a grandson James F. Earlla Padgett of Lawtey; a daughter percent. In dellar terms,workers who Saturday Jan. 27, at 7:30: p.m..t J1 2. i

Morris. Jr., of Tallahassee.held Jan. 9 In ,Mrs.Gloria Maricto: of Lawtey: a were receiving $1.33 an hour plus the Raiford Community, Center. .
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f. Southside School NewsImportant ".: Brooker News .1II2tC ,

i dale to remember: '- All Parents Invited i ,
I" The first semester ends January come mae learning aids to take The class has set up an I To Talk Teachers >, uAboutTmt .' *'*.
19 home to !help their children. The work for tropical fish. They used i HtMlU By Je.nelte. '
i Teacher Planning Day,January 26, shop Is being planned and conducted materials from the library a.' Phone 48S-171S ,' 'Vi
Some of ? : : ,i;
no school for students that day by Mr. Sissy Santanelni, Title I what is needed, how to pro| j third and parent firth student In .Ute Personals' : ; ;: :
grades hate
,llrport<< cards and basic skillsreports county coordinator; Mrs. Marilyn one up and how to care r'' ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Ron '
advantage the
for students In all grades K-5 Vallenga Tills I teacher at Starke class has purchased some lnt...... opportunity' eon John of Fairfield :/ .
and is learning about the to school to talk to their cfthfi tea Glade ,.' I
will be sent home with the student on elementary, and Mrs Mary Agnes fish cher about the friends. Mrs. Lea f
results of 'the Stale Temple
January 29. Ferguson TItle I teacher at Soulhside characteristics Safety -4'
Assessment Tents which ren Larle and Jimmy in '
were given
Dorlia Grlffis and in :
dents i
Elementary. October 1978. recently. While there, they "' t ,
Title I Forms have been sent home by the Cooper, have done a very ; : Thursday to Brooker to t : :4a .
,I;, All parents Title I students in Title students for parents to sign up News from Miss Phyllis (. '. supper with Mrs. Inez ) '.V
:' Bradford County are Invited to a Title for this workshop. If a form did not fifth grade room: 1 All parents are invited and urged to daughter. Shirley. They ",. I'1., .
i I. Make and Take Workshop on Tuesday reach home and a parent wishes to Students making a perfect scoror contact their child'' teacher and day night with the Greens '
January 30, to be held In the participate they may call Mrs. spelling were Erika Gruen, Michelle arrange ait appointment to come) to were here they visited ; : ,:',
Snuthslde Elementary School Santanginl at M4-WOO or they may Hall/ Theresa McCollum Paula school to discuss these test results. Kelley alao Mr. and Mrs. : '\ ',;;,
Library call SoMtlwide School 9645586. McKinney, Richard O'Steen, Helen! They will thereby receive more and children Bradley : : ; : ,
There will be two sessions: 9-11 a.m. New trm Mrs. Elaine Wood's- Rivers and Jeff Sherman. Student' meaningful Information concerning They are former residents ai;I
IB the first and another at 79pm. on Miss BMb-toy Jh._'. fifth grade who made A-plus on the entire map ,. the tests and will be given a copy of Mr. and Mrs. ( ) \', "
the name date. Parents are urged to room: skills book are Marie Doughman, their child's test to take home. Any Castlen and children. Steve : ; 'I I.' '
Ll J I Eddy Hall, and Richard O'Steen. The parent who does not come to receive Joyce of Dayton. Tenn.. year."f. 'r'.f:;'
children are working in geometry and' their copy prior to January 29, 1979, weekend of January 5 ,; ,.. .
enjoying the use of protractors The will have the test results sent home mother. Mrs. Joyce : '. ', .
,. TheWEATHE&TROH students are working hard on using at with their child's report card. This family in. Gainesville. "' ,
least three references for their research test is very important because it may they came over to Brooker jf
HIAT PUMPby reports.They are also learning. affect whether a third or fifth grade with friends. Little Steve
how to outline reports from references child will be promoted "
at the end of week with his .
General Electric and include a bibliography for this school year. returned home Sat.. Ja*. !,,I" .
all the sources. ....
America' No. 1 salting o oo orere U.S. Death Rate Dips To New AU Time Low MDNO .>. .
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pump The U.S. death rate fell to an all- deaths per 1,000 population the lowest 73.2 years almost five[ .
time low In 1977, and life expectancy annual rate ever recorded in this than the previous and
GORDON AIR COHItTIONING for the general population reached( country. The death rate was 8.9 per year longer than a baby
73.2 years,the highest ever, accordingto lass( population In 1976. Infant mortality, which .
& REATlle figures compiled by the National The record low death rate was lives of nearly 30 babies "
Center for Health Statistics. reflected in the latest '
life-expectancy: year old for every live I'I.
473-4777 Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone The drop in 1977 helped bring ,the tables which show a typical baby bornin 1950 dropped to an I. ,
total provisional death rate to 8.8 1977 could be expected to live for every 1,000 live births.tast .L., ,;,

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Phone WHIMS *l\g were with presented! the wMft honoree.oorsafew' birthday on Jlll\U8rr\ TLIPSDA' : iLisww, : tossed
gIVen by islands In dhii.
Senior Citizens attending were Mm. before also when she was the recipient home In which they traveled carried Happy Birthday to Tracy Bradley .lad. IJuttHed -* fruit cobbI.'.
The Hampton Senior Citizens Game and Mrs. Gertrude Slade. of an umbrella set awarded In the lee nearly all the way to Florida. who celebrated with a party on..his. Bin. biscuit milk
prizes were won by Judy Guaranty Federal's contest entitled"WriteSmall
members and birthday January 13
Club meeting on Friday to attend and Gloria Gllsson: Win Big"\ Happy Birthday Donnf* Roberts celebrated his |tfe WRDS58DAT. Jan zi-Hamburgvr. '
January Fruit
at 2 p.m. in the City Hall punch and decorated cakes Rlckl Lynn Harris, daughter of Mr. trfMM-fe Simpson celebrated his birthday on January 19. steak rice A gravy mustard greens,
officer, will take served. by the hostesses Florrie and Mrs. Scott Sackett is also to be birthday on January 12. Jerry Wadsworth who handles cherry cobbler corn bread milk.
meeting. place at .. JoAnn Hicks and Florence congratulated for winning the second Chris Meng turned 16 on January 12 electrical work at hot! school
prize In the contest! and celebrated by bowling In celebrated his birthday on January 8. Tlll'KSDAY.. *Chili w-oeans..
Condolences Gainesville with Mr.and Mrs Eugene carrot 4 raisin salad, fruit ,cup.
Sincere sympathy is extended Guard, Visitors Meng and Donni Brown. Lunch Menu Jan 2228MOMUV. : cinnamon roll, milk,, ,
Mrs.Clarice Adkins Birt son of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. William Schaub of Happy Birthday also to Joe B.
law P.L Morris, Jr., died brother L. Birt 'left from the Crescent City spent the weekend with Oliver on January 16! Jan. tt-HM dog on bun. .'Iun.Ju.. :I* Fried chicken.
massive heart attack Airport on January is for her sister Mrs. Josephine Fontaine. Mr and Mrs.. Carlton I Meng and cole slaw baked beans peectf half/ green peas mashed potatoes apple. ,
This came as a shock to on Mr. the'r. Jackson. S.C. Alan will be in Boot Mr. and Mrs Richard Mown, daughter. Angela of Jacksonville cookie milk. sauce rIll!, milk. '
with the
National Guard for
Donna and Greg visited Joan spent the weekend visiting his
Adkins since Mr. Morris
them a few eight weeks before being parents. Mr. H.C. Howell and family parents, Mr. and Mrs Paul Meng and
days in good for further ..
duty. In family <
City over the weekend.
He was 60 years of age and TO EASE THE HOUSING SHORTAGE
While there they visited a pet store
H.W.Macclenny. Mrs. 'Adkins' Back Home and brought back some doves and ,School Newt Book Sale W* are proud to announce that we are now Exclusive Agents for Davis and '
Prefster of Ft. Pierce Nlckleson a former Hampton parakeets. 'Mrs.Kathryn Wigglesworth. School Sons Construction Company-State Ucented General Contractor. We have a
with the funeral the Adkins and stayed on for a returned to his home in Librarian conducted'a book sale on good selection' of building I lots or will, build on yours;p ,
family. All of
last Friday. He was among Hampton Lake News Friday. Enthusiastic readers bought k ,
children of Mr. and Mrs. archaelogists who were captured Mrs. Virgle Barksdale Is happy to Up the books In a short time. We are In the process ol establishing a complete Plan Service Library with '
Adkins also very
attended the funeral prisoners in Ecuador during be home following three weeks' thousands of Plans and Idea .o assist you Insel.dingthehome' to beat serve .
Macclenny. there. Tom's father and visiting Tennessee. She spent sometime Vision Testing your needs and desires. .W* will also build from your plan or have plant,
Sympathy also were also on the expedition with her son and daughter-in- Mrs. Cathy Williams. Mrs. Carolyn drawn to your wishes.Wi .. .
goes to Mrs. spent two terrifying months In law. Mr. and Mrs Robert BarksdaleIn Slater and Mrs. Jolene Prime have
Dowling whose mother. died () Tom Is the brother-in-law of llumboldt, Tennessee She tlso completed vision for will have your home built to F.H.A. and V.A. specification and. guide
January had 12 in Monticello. Davjd Meng of Starke. visited her grandson Mr. and Mrs. Kindergarteners second testing and fourth you through the application and approval proct**.
Dowling been spending
Robbie Barksdale and baby.
with her mother who was 89 years ( Benjamin born on September.20 in graders Title as I students well as special the school.educationand Test So If you're tired of looking-and want to start living,come to Me uat I
Penny Flythe was honored on Milan Tenn. Since Robert manages results will be and
/Bridal Shower t it with a party in honor of theaters In Humboldt Brownsville will be notified analyzed if corrective vision parents Is Witch for our announcement ot a new tubdlvliiont
Mrs. Donald Slade Jr. was Ilth: birthday at the home of her and Eufala, Alabama, Mrs.
at a miscellaneous bridal William Lahn. Mrs. Barksdale saw much lovely scenery necessary RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE 3301 N.Temple Avenue !
given in the Hampton City Hall Vaughan made the beautiful there as well as In Tenn. Happy Starke M4-I71I f
January 15. cake and Mrs. Evelyn She saw lots of MemrhI8.: which BirthdayMrs. rn r
The bride's mother. Mrs. Gann also attended the celebration. were lovely but rather hazardous for Earselene Zimmerman. Title I .j :
Mrn Lillian !Slndp; mother of ; had a celehration\ the week driving or walking. Robert's/ motor reading instructor, celebrated her ___ ,



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Phone M44C83Concerned <.1 20. j that > ,\ NtHECmCUlTprXJfWOf.! ; !.. II.1.1, '. 4i.lko.t" deIi'
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New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer Mission, VPCE. 6 p.m. Ot FLORIDA SBHW ,
Citizens of Bradford Meeting and Bible Study Is held each Miller Day ual Ch No. .40 wW 4li..l'A.tiAf/dartce SHERIffSSAUNoitea JU5MCIAL CIRCUIT. I IN ,

County: The monthly meeting of the Wednesday at t:30 p.m. Sunday observance of Miller a, .. AND* FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY. .
Concerned Citizens will be held next School 10 a.m. only. In the Masonic In R- War phhrWa ..,. ..
Thursday Jan. 25, at 7:30: p.m. In the Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: Orlando this Sunday, .The Chapter No. J4G. detD =! CAM NO.GUARANTY.7 .t:=
Day Care Center of the RJE complex. Dinners will be sold from the kitchen Order of Eastern Star f..m. a"p.m. PJetI.. ,'( 5ltrgtat. as, isnenrf> tff '
All citizens are invited to attend. 01 the church Saturday beginning at 11 sponsor Youth Day on meeting ot the year tits.MltSkt.. ., Wider FEDERAL Ing. day County. Florida,
a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning and by virtue of VVHt of SAVINGS AND LOAN NPDES No. FU300006IA.

Church Activities:*!!. Marian United Worship 11 a.m, only Execution to-wit: ASSOCIATION OF The applicant discloses

l 'Methodist Church: Choir No. 2 The Men's Day program Is plannedto GAINESVILLE a one existing discharge of
rehearses each Wednesday before the terminate February 11. Mr. Ira -I. 1'I/ I LEGALSJ' ..... Execution Issued out of corporation. Plaintiff: vs process wwtawater from

f third Sunday at 6 p.m. Sunday School Leggette is chairman. All membersare County Court of Bradford LARRY T. HENRY and the dredge mining of
9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. -asked| to cooperate with this INVITATION TO BID .M1.. Monday January Daniel L Earte Sr., County, Florida pursuant MARY D. HENRY. Ns minerals to produce) limanlte -
I Visitors are always welcome. activity. 22,1!99. To be opened In owner. to a Final Judgement for wife and FLORIDA (F* T1031, staurolita
Pleasant Crave United MeUtodlit Kbenezer: Baptist Church: Bible ClassIs The Bradford County the ;County Commissioners Deted this 18th day of DuPont Mining EmpJo- BANK AT STARKE, a. (hydrated aluminum ferrous -
Church: The Young Adult Choir held each Tuesday at 6:30: p.m. Board of CountyCommissioners room in the Court- January. A.D. 1!V9.' at yea Credit Union, and banking corporation, silicate) and simon
i rehearses each Wednesday at 7:30: Prayer Meeting Js held each will house for two ((2)) Starka Florida 1/18 4tpd against WVIard a BrownIng Defendants. IZ3 Si' 04) (Standard
pm. Prayer meeting Is held each Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Sunday School receive bids until 10: 00 aluminum dump trallers- 2/8. defendant. In the Industrial Coda 1099).
'I Thursday at 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. a.m., Monday February ,frame hype'Specdicatione amount of 2,067.68 NOTICE Of : The discharge'enters Alligator
a.m. Lovefeast service 3 p.m Communion Service 6:30: p.m. 6. 1S9! for their group .. can be together vUth costs of MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE Creek at Latrtude29
f Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bapllil Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Solmon are Health and Life 'Insurance picked up in the Clerk's collection. degrees,, 55! minutes, 2steconds
I Church: The Tiny Tots rehearse each calling a meeting of all ladies 18-33 Program. office in the CourthouseIn HIve seized and have In SALE and Longitude 82'degrees
Monday at 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Feb. 4 at Ebenezer Church for the Proposal should Includeat Starka, BradfordCounty. my pOI Inion the followIng Public notice) Is hereby ex)' minutes 43
Home Mission. Please with a minimum the follow Florida. described personal.
rehearses each Monday at 8 pm. cooperate NOTICE OFINTENTION given that pursuant to seconds. Alligator Creak
Senior Ushers rehearse each Monday this activity. '"' property tc-wlt and In strict accordancewith la classified as Class III
at 8 p.m. Prayer meeting is each The Women of Mt. Pleasant Baptist 1.1 The existing coverage bert: S. Brown!:! Clerk to TO UVO Ford 4 dr the Summary Final waters suitable for ,I contact -
I Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. McKay's Circle Church at Williston are having a the county now has. the Board. 1] 1 2tchg REGISTER .1.0.I No.ONSIH138012 Judgment of Foreclosure ,recreation and the
will meet Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at Mission meeting Feb 25 In Willislon.Mt. 2. Maternity benefits 1/18/ FICTITIOUS entered In this management end': propagation
the home 01 Mrs. Alice DeSue. Lee'sCircle Plsgah AME Church: Sunday begin May 1, 1 199.! \. . . . NAME January IB, 19 cause: the on of fish and:wild!}
I will meet at the church each School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 lit should be the duty of Pursuant to Section As the property of the undersigned as Clerk of
: a.m. the successful bidder to NOTICE OFINTENTION 855.09 Florida Statutes above named defendant the
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Blye's Circle said Court will on the 13th proposed NPDES
To Visit Senior Citizens Bradford check the schedules of notice Is hereby given that and that on Monday, the
will meet at the home of Mrs. Bertha : day of February, A.D., permit contains I limrta-
Smith each Thursday at 7:30 p.m. County Christian Literary Society will existing coverage which Is .e11 tS* TO REGISTER the undersigned Maxie 6th day of February 1&9 ty9! sett the following lion on the amounts of
Story Hour at the church is each visit senior citizens Saturday on file with the clerk to '.' FICTITIOUS. Carter. Jr., 1710 E. Call atone o'dock on said day described real property pollutants allowed to be>
Thursday at 7:30: p.m. The Junior afternoon at the following locations: Bradford County Board of NAME Street Starke, Fla. on the premises of the situate In Bradford discharged and was
I Ushers will meet Friday at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Bertha Johnson Mrs. Joyce Commissioners at the Pursuant to Section 32091. doing business Bradford County Jal I County Florida to-wit: drafted In accordancewith
The Deaconess Board will be selling Walker Barber Law ley, and Mrs. Bradford County Court- 83509, Florida Statutes under the firm name of WIN offer for sale. and sell A parcel tying and being the provisions of the
I pies from the church kitchen Friday. Richmond Jones Lake Butler. house. notice is hereby given that CARTER ENTERPRISES to the highest bidder for in NWof SEK.! Section dean Water Act ((33
i f The Little Church will rehearse at The Musical and Literary the undersigned Daniel L 1710 E. Call Street cash In hand, the above 22, Township 6 U.S.C. Section 1251 et
5:30: p.m. Saturday. Junior Church rehearsals will begin Thursday Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk to Earle, Sr., 4633 Crescent Starka Fla. 32091, described property of Mid South, Range 20 East, seq.) and other lawful
I rehearsal is Saturday at 7:30: p.m. afternoon, Jan. 18, at the residence of the Board 1 1/11/ 2tchg St.', Jacksonville Fl., intends to register said defendant to satisfy the more particularly standards and regula
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning Sister Sarah Jenkins and 1/18./ '32205, doing business fictitious name under the aforesaid Execution. described follows tions. The
ThurSdal' . . . . as : pollutant
> Worship 11 "Sun'da/Dinner( 12:30: Jan. 25, at the residence of under the firm name of"B provisions of afore said Commence M the SE limitations and other, per
Dolph E. Reddie Sheriff
> Shaw Er D Coffee Service, 4S33 statute i.
p.m. Evening Worship 6pm. corner of the said NW: of met conditions are tentative -
Free Canaan True Church of God In First Born Church of the Living God: INVITATION TO BID Crescent St.. Jackson Maxie Carter, Jr., Bradford County. Florida.. SEK for point of begin- and open to comment
ij Christ: Tarrying services are held Prayer Service is each Tuesday at villa Fl. 32205 Intends to owner. 1/11 4tchg 2A. ning. From point of from the public.
I t each Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Prayer /:45: p.m. Tarrying services are each The Board of County register said fictitiousname Dated this 11th day of beginning, thence North Persons wishing to
i Service is each Friday at 7:30: p.m. Friday at 7:45 p.m. Sunday School 10 Commissioners of Bradford under the provisions January A.D. 19?9, at 330 feet thence West 145 comment upon or object
f Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning a.m. Morning worship 11:30 a.m. County will! receive of aforesaid Starke Florida. feet; thence South 330 to permit issuance or to
Worship 11 a.m. sealed bids .until 10.: 00 statute 1/11 4tchg 2/1. feet thence East 145 feet the proposed permit

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT to point of beginning, limitations and conditionsare

I .. FOR BRADFORD EXCEPTING THERE invited submit same
COUNTY, FLOrida probate FROM any existing road in writing within thirty
On sale division right of way at public days of the date of this
auction to the highest notice to Enforcement
) NEW rAIEAGLEI.I Thursday Friday File Number 79-1-CP bidder for cash, at the Division U.S. EnvIron-
LOW Division 1 1490> East front door of the mental Protection Agency
m & Saturday! Bradford County Courthouse 345 Courtland Street
1 Ae11 PRICES! .. IN .RE:ESTATE OF IRENEC. in Starka, Florida, Atlanta, Georgia 30308,
NICHOLS. Deceased. during the legal hours of ATTN: Mona Ellison. The
sale to-wit: 1:00: P.M. application number
NOTICE OF same being a l legal l soles, andlor NPDES number
I ADMINISTRATIONTO day and a legal hour ofaala. should be included In the
i Super Prices first page of comments.
ALL PERSONS Dated this 15th day of All comments received
HAVING CLAIMS OR January. A.D.,199.! within the 30-day period
DEMANDS AGAINST George H. Pierce, 996 will be considered In the
THE ABOVE ESTATE .North Temple Avenue formulation of final determination
AND ALL OTHER PER Starka Florida 32091, regarding the
Record breaking savings of to SO?! SOBS INTERESTED IN Attorney for Plaintiff. permit. Where there Is a
i up THE ESTATE Gilbert S. Brown dark significant degree of;public
of the Circuit Court of interest in the ,proposed
I YOU ARE HEREBY Bradford County Florida. permit issuance.
NOTIFIED that the 1/182tchg1/25. the EPA regional Administrator !-,
administration of the . . . ... . will hold a public
estate of Irene C. Nichols, hearing.
I yr deceased, FHa Number .After consideration of all
: 78-1-CP, Division, ((1- written comments and of
'll Ir0.L "2962)), la pending In the the requirements ;! and
The Board of County
-_. Circuit Court for Bradford policies In the Act, and
Commissioners of 8red-
I' County' Florida 'Probate appropriate regulations!
ford County wn'receive ,. .
Division 'the add EPA>' '
; .V'Vlf t" t'.glonel; !
which Is Bradford duntv I all' eeaj4rbids.MirtUjQ! : 00 se,. Attnintetrator'wiirrnaka
: .
e a.m., Monday February,
Courthouse Starka Florida
1 I I I ru0 19.! To be opened in the .regarding
32091. The personal permit issuance. If. the
County Commissioners
NgSp representative of the determinations Iwo
CA / room in the Courthousefor
v r a estate If Guy Andrews general liability and stantialunchanged from

jreasss2 ... n Orr VS purls a ilh whose address is Box workman's compensation those announced by this
l i 429. Starke. Florida notice the EPA Regional
SAVIr.r" 8AVEII" Insurance. Specifications
i 32091 The name and Administrator will so notify -
BIG BARGAIN ON THESE QT.eAQLE10W-40! LOOK AT THE SAVINGS II \\ii SO OFF EAGLE address of the personal can Clerk's be picked office up in in the the si persons submotting
C OR D BATTERIES! IS SPECIALLY PRICED ON THIS TISSUE 4-PKI representative's attorney written comments If the
Courthouse In Starke
III MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER SPORT COATS 81'1I181 forth below. determinations are i substantially
WAS 190 s 54 WAS 66 ( Bradford County Florida.
H4.Metalwrapped 174( II I OR LEISURE JACKETS HALF-PRICEI! iAII persons having Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk to changed the
claims or demands EPA regional Administrator
carbon tine C/O Multl-vlacoilty. blend for best Fin. facial quality 2-pty tissue 1/11 2tchg
b.nwN..Op.nd.bI.dur.b4N! an season engine profoctlonl by Carolina. In lovely coloral' I \ LICK=s3.44 = 7.94 against the estate are the Board. will issue a public
Ii( I. required. WITHIN THREE 1/18/ notice Indicating the revised
\ WERE** WERE1S-** MONTHS FROM THE determinations. Requests
W" -j,, BAMBOOHAMPERS plll ll iI 1 1{ What "-a...., CttooM a totaure |wk.t of 100% potywlw or DATE OF THE FIRST for adjudicator/
I MiIIdi DISPOSABLE l i obi bwnd*. Mlh top stitching' flap pocfc ts end more. Or PUBLICATION OF THIS JOINT PUBLIC NOTICE hearing may be filed after
LIGHTER a furly-Hnad poty/cotlon sport coat Bold In sett colors A
:.s.a. 2.99 NOTICE, to file with the the Regional Administrator /
Dr l BY SCRIPTO sues some with tiny flaws that wW..not affect*W. U.S. Environmental Protection
clerk of the above court a Agency Region makes the above-de
= 21.13':8IZE:
I 66 0I. 22x1.":sag ..AV.1.DOPASHION written statement of any IV. Water Enforcement scribed determinations.
I I. J= WASH 24>20":4." claim or demand they Branch Additional information
r 1- Set: 11.S7 VALUE! MEN'S .may have. Each claim 346 Courtland Street regarding adjudicator/ I
SAVE 500'( :z; t0 I 25 OFF M LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS must be In writing and Atlanta Georgia 30303 hearing is available in 40 I

--.-.- 3.94 must indicate the basis for CFR 6.36: or by 'contacting
SUPER BUY ON BO LBS. y := 404/881-2328
EAOLE! DRY CHLORINE! MEN'S COTTONCORDUROYJEANS the claim the name and the Legal Support '
Handsomely" Wlorwt In no-Iron address of the creditor or In conjunction with Branch' at the address I
WAS.44.88 SAV 2.DO polyMMr/cotlon btand. Auon- his agent or attorney and above or at 4041881-3503.
: SAV 1.DO IF = .
z I
ed xXld> and faUMonabto
patterns. .
I. i the amount claimed. If A fact sheet
,I METAL SET OF 2poohw.trsp.rkxngcle.n. i long .i..w.. M..a 81&.. FJorida Department of containing :
15% grwulw formula N.. additional
p. the claim is not yet due Environmental Regulation details about
SHELF a BAR STOOLS the date when It win Twin Towers Office the application and the ,
1 WERlT.l /Al become due shall bstilted. Bldg., 2600 Blair Stone proposed determinations I
x,1088., 6.98 ar Our pinale If the claim is contingent Road, Tallahassee, Fir a sketch showing, the
corduroy leans ere now or unliquidated exact location of the die
,' 1 1 WA3T4S. MW-prloedl Comfortable, rida 32301 904/468-4807. I
fashionable. In maid solid IIIA the nature of the uncertainty charge and additional I
A. colors,men's 29-38. shaN be stated. If Public Notice No. information on hearing I
1 tiJ the claim is secured, the 79FLD304, January 19 procedure; Is available by i
security shall ba da- 199.! writing the EPA address. f
SAVE ..K scribed. The claimant 1 above.'A: copy of the draft !
,. Ir I Ir
rV 1GALPVA I j I shal deliver sufficient copies NOTICE OF PROPOSED permit Is also available, I
I-PC.VINYL LUGGAGE OR FLAT j Sinlatabinns. of the claim to the REISSUANCE OF. from EPA. The app'ca '
PAINT _IJ: clerk to enable the clerk to NATIONAL POLLUTANT lion, comments received\ ,
6 E 4.88 P. v. & 27 mad one copy to each DISCHARGE ELIMINATION and other lot amato |are I

I 1 1r" espy IS".T.N1e". "ou' wr A. BAVE43" C. personal representative. SYSTEM PERMIT available for review 'end 1
i I : M;20-,: tUB Set 41 40 WAS-mq IAN ROLL.ON All persons interested In AND NOTICE OF CON- copyipg at 345 Court nd r
I ANTI the estate to whom a SIDERATION FOR Street 3rd floor, Atlefru,
I Pe".PlRANT,790 copy of this Notice of STATE CERTIFICATION.The Georgia between (' I
SAVE ,.(>> 1AOZ WASH I Administration has been U.S. Environmental of 8:15: a.m. thehours .
PC a VIr & mailed are required, Protection Agency, proposes 4:30: ,p m., Mon* .y
\ TU BIER 8AVEL00 GILLETTE WITHIN THREE to reissue a Natio'. through Friday. A cp !
:. MT 80CKE1 TAAC II 79 I MONTHS FROM THE nal Pollutant Discharge ing machine Is available.for
SET, 11-P CARTRIDGE SS8INUT WA5'44. DATE OF, THE FIRST Elimination System1 .. public .usa at f. chargeof
4.97 OR 17-PC c. 1.1S (limit 21wAa4vt !r BOYS'DRESS: SHIRTS PUBLICATION OF THIS (NPDES) permit to. each 20 cents: .
6 : 1. 4 ARM A TERRIFIC BHmLADIES' NOTICE to file any of the Mowing .tFloriO Departrrient

.88 TABLETS 1 .49 -..__ WIPE objections they may have of Environmental! Regulation
WATeel 30'. WASt5L, -A 2.96 that challenges the validity .1. E.I. duPont de '..... been'requestedto

SAW 1..12 Itav--t poIyMIer/cot1Onj of the decadent's: Nemours and Company. Certify the dIs her esI( )
big white sale saving! I SAVE long --. BoIkfaipelt_, will the qualifications of 1007 Market Street, ,.: In: .'accordance! >vithl theprovi.ons
"g the personal representative Wilmington Delaware of Sect ton]401
BOYS' CORDUROY JEAN ; or the venue or italtdkton 19308 for M* Highland of the; ''dean"Water'Act
WAS 2$5:; WERE 253SVuaned AT A BARGAIN PRICEI of the curt Plant' Stat 'Road 126 133 U.S.C. Section b51tt'IICI..fComrnenil
; a+tia2 21'1h8a.._ WERE ALL CLAIMS Lawtay, Bradford County ) on
nyton/acwiale ooome Stretch inn m ....., i isnort .Irtpee.... 4 .64 DEMANDS, AND Florida NPDES No. issuance. certification!
1"1"t ; or pejenIa.--, M, L. w/ iiline SUM S.M, L Mw..... cottot. j.d uray wttti OBJECTIONS NOT' SO FUXXH03BA.; Tha applicant Including ;.a request] for

t Hand lea..Aset.eotors.: S-1S, FILED WILL BE FOR* dtodoaaa) one) existing publta hearinoj nmsf be
EVER BARRED. dacharga of process submitted to Mr. Mickey;
Date of the first pubic* waste water from the Bryant. WPpES Permit
.. .... tfon of eVsxIue mining of mrmralito Sectlqn; (Florid** tit
1 JV x A dtdtrircNano.n-DIY produce Imenk. We( T> .man .Environmental
11. 1Wl. 03)>) and Staurottta''.:Ihy' Ragulatioiv at. th .state ,
dated aluminum ferrous agency, address above
} CHII Guy Andrews Aa sUtaato (Standard Indus\ ...withtrt thirty ((30)) :days f
Personal RsBtvjsantatw.) trial Coda 10809. Ths'dia frarn the date of tbs'pobUcjwtica. -

y t .: 8AYE17rT02d i BAYEI/1TOti% 1( 'BAYS t00 .of the SeYwNkeseC.M charge enters Bo'ggy If a public.hear

1 fl.:"'1 'I .:', l' TWINOf''Ut..laze.. 88 ToRtwt T01fll.WCMCUf 1.00 Tva AIUI'5; 88 Ef--7.94' : ,1HZ.'WI""'.. .3. 97 REPRESENTATIVE FOR .PERSONAL .> degrees ascends,and 00 Longitude minutes; ffi 9 will order. qq-chair;<<. to:: receive the hearing''ton In
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t f QuIlted........1Ioar'Wsants IaA/pf..d. In ice'Man, _a.y 4-pk. dlanttotna. ...... UNonentenoels. Pdddi.a.r.In man's ..... .Vfctyi trp..ftwb.dddd .oa n 'lIofI'trtcot""tINoyt\" ).vfl -."fv. .. ..r"' ; r/ ""*J tt( ,, ," seconds.;; Boggy Branctila; ( .:,, ."relative. to i.Jstatecervficstion.
. "' ,MMOM lebr ce.Cnooae from eonMn pod floral patterns and save .or*-,*.aahclenie. T-11. boye*H-S, youlM'. 1O-S. crap sales BVaem, sues T-12.' orepe soles In women's -1O. Dudley P. Hardy Esquire 'classified as' Ctojs, :(ftl I, '
water suitable for contact PI.. bring the foregoing
<%< >-* "ME C ONVENIENt P.O. Drawer : 1030. recreation and,; the to the attention( of
*lytttv O IS t QWIMT STQ R B S W. MADISON ST. 'STARKE FLORIDA Stark., Florida) ':rz091.r..1If1honr. .management 'and 'pro persons, who: you Arrow
,' ;< / !! (fmny 9 i'i> 9 Sunclny il'tt 312 .! ; 4M-01 pagation of fish end wildkfa. I win b.efrrtarestad in this
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b ....' T. ....., "'-UII. I'" First .
... *k .44-****.<1t.b, SALES M44 M. 0 .. -------- EYEDEAL time on the market I JO acre*
TP/.kg 7
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PUlTNIRMEDAPARTMKNTi .picturesque Meal for cattle hone
A"P STsI Vb PONTOON BOAT 14 II.- farming f
c ET oiimo ...( sell.
e USE THE LAIJND'"i4iiAT.t : B* aklWra.OB WANTEDi M.bll. .... aster ..* lr>.... ll.t... p .t .ovlag. fenced A croMfenced sprIng run thru pretty i
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HWY 100 by the H....'. available lsllsi.g*p.*...*Ik.* ....*.... *. .......... "..* ."... .ml.. ... I* cult*r lata,..rR...Pb.*..0.** tree old Cypress heartplne homestead (need t tres

.. .w*,. We have a w.k. try (...IK 'CKTA ......... I. Pk... M4-I4I lukg l/ll. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME l/ll Il.k. I/IS. .... 104*. AUh* Vie.. hiring) tobacco bam tobacco allotment t
J-n-w! .. .. .. -I I ... fM ..,..... 15 ...t. k. .r4.r 4* b*s11&bis.. tar Iit ...llb... ,.. ...! k. a APARTMENT FOR RENT ..*,* '..... U/cb|. BAY 7oY ALE!To* balsa .15. 11ll 'Fa..... Kerr-McGe mineral right OWNER: '
SALE: Fridayad Atta.daal..dvty. U. .,.4l.,. c....?' r.iUl.l. f U. ... *...... 1..1...> :- .I.*Q|4M .k.U>.! II. R4 FINANCED. .

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!II .......... .rap**. ,.*., .......111.. JM Frrtk, ..>! Ik. ..*.1'...*... nlficiilt N"ETTE"T-i-iTi G." Rl*.. OP Scrap II.. _Mar11.. '1406ZSO. CH&A home in excellent condition en a corner lot
'C> kalr.lax* .4rr>wj al.k*.l.(....1....1... 4311022. AU ba...... *p.pmteud. 11.1.4 I.* .... f.b.. .,*...**... peel TV. AC ,....$", '
4. '.... ll.k. : 1/10. 3131'tlc..... INVENTORY CLERK IllUht. ..1..... T.t.llf Fr... Watch ...... ETC l.llUr. Pk... (I44II* .."- a PLUS
".. "'> .Bat .b. bk. ..... way l*.lr ( ......". *i..."1, PIMM. J.R. .*"..p.. M4. lla*. IICOASTaL LIMEROCKi AU. Taylor. new carpet drape a duplex ftirnlthed a,
-- --- II. wllk .**.......1.' sad ...... T...'* M.t.l. IS* N. 250.; 1141. TFchg.FREB Lwtf. Pk.. TI2-11TS rented PLUS 2 BR home turnlihed *rented.. V A,
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kB *praU lad(. .1 fill.|, ..4 aisle (. Pratt Christian St. Can
MALL UNFURNISHED kl. .! ... R.4.. H.ll.
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,f "'473-3288. ISft U... TYPISTlli 4 .'.*!.l. -...* IIA 1Aij .
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,II'' *.. llAgFOR 'f:...,*.. I I. Ukurabl.l I ....1.... T-O---------- SlIT lukgLOANS r..r.I4. ....U.>l t*.4UI. .*.. FANCY PLANTS Ocala Block Lake St. 2 large
It.- 1......1... .brphoo ...I b... .......*. *t REDROOM Iw., 4.U>* ....... II**. Pk..c VACUUMS Maay braad at'BW BR with LR DR combination, kitchen, carport,
cvrx* ..... Ik. Sib *.... ... *bl.. ,*..1.10.. ....**. .. Cry...1 -- M4-I741. Itshg l/ll. ........ U... ..nltou.e $37400. VA. FHA
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of AC. II. wkll .aadb.a.h. BY PHOME H... aiackla .,." .. Part
SALE RY OWNER (. pa.s l. FOSS STRANGER --- ---- ----- . . . .. . . . . .
t. .. 4 :; 4942126 o- 494B903. : Mist ha.. Htlfl $ A4.ll.. .. ...>, .war.. Ti *ay JBfy Ura TWO BEDROOM aa
1 a.rai....,.K.r.I.'. C*...,Halgkta*r...., ... .r CED ...! r... *,**./../11..11I.....P.I'..".. 471Illl. I.*. of U.OOO ., ..r. *. ! ..4 ,.....,SUITES 4 lrM... VMaaai ",. -... 404 N.W. CUSTOM COMFORT Saratoga Height'finott 3

of Pb***. ...-,.., b....... ;,";.;" ,;;::."c "'I ''',,'eal..4 M riUl ...... -*------ tb* *...I.y la ywr. .*... II*. .... HOl ...!.. .!... II .iota A.... OaIi.sl1I.. BR 2 B CIlIA with hug family room double
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,4il*..4 *ll* *.*i.ll4 1/1*. ; HEAD START TEACHER' "-'HREB--- BEDROOM ...11. AjpplkatlM tak. by ph.. ... ..4 14k ... r..U..r ......, ..... "*-7110. If/.!... garage,fenced yard with mini maintenance land-.
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; t 18J D. AIDE k Win .. .bay ezistlap ..rt- t.,....i pk... .....17.*.
------------ ; .w lMir..ll... ..4 w.rk ..*... CH/A. Bull *MU*. raga al....... *,W UUaai J, h. IIt.IJERSEY leaping. Would conilder financing for strong
.. " ,,-, .... ,t' .11k. .1114,5. .Ilk kl a. KI.(...y L.... LUad, M... SIGN PAINTING Part.Jay client. .
? SECOND MORTGAGE COMMUNITY OUTREACH A..*......* _lO .... I. Whrt rru ------------ ... **rvlc..Sa Rudy at .
r: MONEY BEST PART tin. .... I. CENTER! WORKER. Mail *. Pb*>.SI.*_. N. P.te. Briber RL 11. Sea 40 MILK COW i H.>Tri > W.... FU* Market FrIday,
AVAILABLE!Fast AH.rk lor Hick 8..1 Jr H.....*. FU. 32044 ,... ... Pk... M4I40S.Kp4 '
o '.arvlc Bekjr D].,. 47323S3. sad 8*.. SS5 >1 k. skU I. w.,.k will p**.,l.. 4/4 TV.bp.TWO 4M-1M2. IS 14 TP ehg.ERMA'S .l/ll. Sat.,Baa.M.....'. TF..... '
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II .. .717 W. Call CB with
Lice. kitchen
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wkd a Blk. PrUr 1... Apply. .! PU. "APARTMENTS Tw. '" Co ------------ "CHAIN LINK FENCE :
II, brokcr.chrg. TFN Srvlc pcraoM brl at lt S.rvk. |Old .....*.... .*.*..1..*.. I. t.'I'I DERSO"A ) IIATI4LEI. N.. HsIl.hl .D. . Duplex uSOO owner financed
Of raak kki. r.".... I..... (..rlk....1 l Ur *B p.>.ttto.. fturk. iMiibr T-R*. MM.I. I40 ..4 Pr**.a H.*-..b*. .BHiUrfcU It yaralf cad .32 Acre 122,000 Owner financed
V' .; ------------ ctcl .*...It... ClvljSurk U.t.4 *k.... ll.k, I/IS.IP ..- ISIS N. T...... 8.*.... I'.. ,j' tS"E \"L u"j II.... .., ".t". Pk. .*. 14I4a. ..... INvtollatlM available.Pra .3 BR Brick 1 Vt B outside city .
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Up4 I/IS. *>at** BaaxlyMaaPIMM
LOANS AVAILARLE. .. -------- ---- TP clueSEVERAL r
.' 'V.,..., .Brlck3BR2 B Rd. 230 fenced
C:.. N4'-M5t.
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14)04-94-6320 ----------- DAY CARE
tr 'Etk.l, 0. .......W.,, Rt. S, .Ar..r,, *r .. !I..... Ur RENTALS, 0.. NURSERY ... tklUr.a. SHETLANDWELSHMAREl TF/ ". ..OI Plnewood sumptuous interior ,.

'f1. '... 40*. K.,,,... HI. Fl. 431-1421. 11/14 U*. ... *.4 ... r.tlr...... .../11 RR ....1.... b**.., ** I-S. I (U* Cl.. Ik* P..,. I r..r* .'M. .50 Acre, home ft trailer. tSS.OCO <'. *J':

.,. ,tylllll. LI...... M...,.*. *.471l.. l/ll tl.k( 513$/... 0.. 1 RR *....- .::.l *ar*. Pk.*. 114 .. ,......, .,*..... Pk... IIS- PATIO COVERSi' 10dO. .3 one acre lots Country Club Owner Fin.

'*ITi"--.i7A'is-!! **'u.'rLAND SECRETARY FOR I/IS. .1...., .1... I. ....*. 1IS.SEWING 3557. .lt.r SilO .. w..k4 I17S ........... LIaIt.4supply. .Lawtey store ft living quarters
DOCTORS OFFICE Maui ------- ----- .UO/...... Ose ..*ii.r- >r.. l/ll It** I/SI- GATOR
FOR SALEi .b... .....1..(. .. *...'.1 REAL ESTATE SALEStEaJ ...1..IMI>| IS** .". II. II** DONE- I. --- --------- ALUMINUM 46X0 N.W.
ft' Kyttea H.I ... Nl.. .Ilk* wrk. ... k. *... I. .. .. .... .1.... .yI. .. Lucille Conn.r Spry Aiioclate
...... .. .r Ik* k..IIU .! hUtrclalnc C.r .... .*,... >Itb. St., GUvlU P3T24717. .... M4S420Charles
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,. Irp. Apply ..... M4-TISI. l/ll help. 144-411. Itch 1111.
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11' Blghb* h .. rawtrdlnc I. real Ill?. .1&., II .. /It --- --------- Them Associate 473-274
ear. r
30 ,S... Iota p rBilt, ..bllo ----- pViTirririifAVAILARLE _- 1libpl*. .' GARAGE SALE MUrall- .
boat. Bad .*.. .v.rlooklag. CETA'' ....a-. Cotarjr 21 Sbaw- NICELY FURNISHED ... ---. .--4GUM -.-- *..... .k...... I.... **4 '
.lak.. Priced t ..I ) CI.,.. Typl.l c... Proprtfo, Is*. K.,.. h5a. ....... \lllli.... .... RENMELi <......'. I..... Saturday r oltI NITl.E.S:

b Urma Ir.. 1200*..... with I. Salary 15..t ...1.! it... H.lhti. 473-49C3. .l...4. .ri._ ....... pri.vai CREEK a4 ...,'1. **4 .....,. I ... I* I .... ,
I, t.140r ...lbIys H.......,. Jill TPcbg.WILSONI. .4rlm>*y sad,.... l...olr* Or.anlar R..I. S. Bl.rk. Pk.. 114111. (- 11 Alto. R....S.....*. Ilp4 I MOBILE HOMB
>. Cnoarelal salary 111... ...1....Ihly, 103 E. Wiklt A....., IIS.SEVERAL. '' "
$ '.. .. .. l/II TP/ .h*. INCOME
.ta, 8R-S1 avaiUbl. .. b a VI.U C..t (Mark.. 1/4 TV/ckg. LEASE
>OwBr 4734375. ... '..' *.d ...! Till. II-D PLACE -------OikABY8ITTINO -- -
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e> ___ __ Ullblllty ..Ii.Ia. AppU.a- TOPPING 5... baa .p.ap..itl.a. I. ., ...* 111 to Stark. r., I.(.....
with tsar>. Iwli TAX
.. tk ... APARTMENT. M... ..,.. Fil4.r.
II. sri available .1 1..1. is lighiIrsek TWO ROOM II... well JJ. .....ll *
II CARACE SALE Aatl*... Ualta C.valy c.*......... ,1.1.. ... ......, .tlllll. .1.4.4. ..w TV. P,..., I.....*. ,.... *I4111 bed will. I.*... prlkl C., I.... IllS V.......
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dish. sad* itllk. >... ,... a I(II. ll.k.*. i. US-SOl. 1/4 Uckf.BEAUTIFULLY --- .>. .... ...... Ilp4 lilt.I J......*.lll..*. ,.. ISII *e .1..... ... Ural
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G..... S.U. 47I-174 II.' IIELPWANTEDeIIOMRMAKER .J9.&l tF WORKs ----- lIre Friday, Sill .... I.etI.La. .I I pr.p.rar.
\K PUR.NISHED San doter .........1. I
'l/ll. \ }?t .J CLASSiriEOAD | "U .... .N.lkbr..l.'tpay. year
} .. '. .... 'C CO"""\ *M BR .........t.C. .*1 l*..lbB. *. P... JtaBi} IOeedle lor 'ncrIor.I .*... Kill y.. ...... with
------------ .. .t ... .. 111. bath.l. '
POSITION p.. with rp .* Martla. ''''-6UO. tl/clw ...
TRAILERS FOR RENT 1 8.w**..* Rlv.r E.*..Mlfl"- 1-YEAR OLD 2 .... ._tlt,. door ..d Tu.dy 11001'1 receding .P..... ,..... ., .... to I*
ftl c..4 1 ...,... ...11.t. ., ... Thur.d. before public I
Bi C..CII I* U.I. ... .5. balk k 1I.1It.. private .... BILL'S SAW SHOP c... ( y ... .*.
,....., ...Iral .kill ... air, M... b. a v.... C..*ly *. t I'. *..... Q."". wIth parki.g. Ideal Ur p lion II C... .. ......t. .lgbls. ,
t. larva ........ Ur.lik.4, .. ...1..... Car r.q.irsd. lard. are *.4 tree*. empUe. .rvics. Minimum 'charge () 00 LiliianC. Pearson .1 Lt tl W.iM.,. ...
.. L.k G...... Uwr. le Applkiall.. ...... *| ih. N..... .1 L.....". Ry .....,. .lag... *, rotlivd p.r..... 'plea.b".if carbld. tCcvrIWordi | Tr.ll.r P.,.. Blarke. ,*417 .
b ...... .,.. Caal. Grace. 1 H......k.e OIIU. I to L... IS.,..., P..... 7II-IISS N. .1 IoI..* *r Pt*. 5*. bellow ) REA I.TOR *.
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I ,\.p.a.l4xalt.klU-H.a.! !" | .... Pk..4' ,...,U' for ,,.. UdsI- "' 1.1 1It.M.1 "It.'m" 141.11Io4.: : .. (e'JFoC .c.J a.cIi..JI ...lCdJI.!! .pp.". i. IOcenlt I LAWTEY.: FLORIOA ; b>' $:;
,- : 1 Ilibai 0 n. .. .w.w".IdI. 'W"'I/II. "" .C'! .:.'. .r-' : : ;r. ... 'l'It\J',1t.I.III... I iN 4Jfnpl.lh! / !tilorllerror ,, ? .. ;;.7Is2-380: !" rj1r4rJ; J I;* r. t :? n

.. ... .. ... .. '. 1" l'E o-o .. U/...: : when" fiven overt I
.: LOANS AVAILAILE .." HOUSE, ....1..... .....1.. KITCHENETTES ...: (the phone or when" copy Iit 100 aer. farm .> .SIeve I.,.. IS, L..| Real Estate

rf ....... ...... .. ........ : ; .1.... wall I....... ..... ..*. .( rwau, TV. AC. ,SIG' PAINTJNGi Fast.. not typed and brought r..d; ppr... 100 peea* F.r.. ....a dl......

Elk.I. G. .......W.,. ...,.. KillUSED :' (, sad sbahs. ... AC, Iw. .all ..rvlc.. weakly. **d ...-..y ...vie.,8.. lady *t' (to the of lice f Ir*... pUol.d pasture *.d l/ll Itpd 2305 N.Temple A v*.

,1 ? 2, .. .. 40*. ...,..... I.. .. ." ... '" .., ..... ..r.... k..t ..14rw.r,. R.Urat **d Wald Flea Market.. Friday, --a--e--' wedkd, 8130.000. 8 ta....t'...
H.lkt., Fl. 3365 Lk..d .
M.",. Rr.IL.,. 47S-SSIS. HEATERS G... ... .
>Slp4 I','-./1. 10.00 *TUi Iw. ".000 *.d Ilk. r.... Ry *...... w*.d M.UI 3 1/2 Ml)*. .. SWEET 2 BR ,.*..-._ *tav*.

------------ 17.000 RTU ........1 AIM .1. IN.Chareh 8.P..... .14. N.rth .. Stark* .. US 301. .'..... 'A dryer. Will PLACE
FOR SALE Dca-Pkyl. ..1,.. aad 8t,..... ..,..... 17**. Itpd l/ll. 1277: TF/ckf GENERALCARPENTRYWORKl consider trailer .a trd. I lOSS.1.., I balk .... ..

t. ...... Orlgl.) ...dlll..>. 1* .k.p., V....... 7 k.B. H _._ P.l.U... drb POTATOES I13JMM.Nt FluriluiullCt'nla 1* aires,
Cal .. .... 473312, Xlpd ....11. P..... 41-171. Ilckf BLOCK HOME wkk 3 B.... TALMS--------APARTMENTSt- *...... P*.*..... OH.... -----------

I/II-I/IS. l/ll. .**...2... ..,wkk 12 acre. Elfl......... furolikcd. ...... ....Ir.. pbwao4440M. 3 3N.T.*> .Ave. lOST. 11.5 MH .. I 1/4
0 ----___________ i'iLJM .1 I.... Crpt CH/A. 2313 N. 1015SEWING ..,.... c.tUc deBt| t StOrks I'U ..... Welds. A r..l bat
T-- a.atkly'
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0544: | .I I*..!*.
HOUSE FOR SALE S 'R.I PEa,4 a .'..t > .'. ... P..... 782-3577. &118 tl/ck(. T.aipl 1. A..., Surk, $5CO BUSHEL 2 (...... 914-7700,
1/1 C..I. 111 .WI... .'.-'111. It.... -_. .,_?.-1-,..-:: TF/...*. MACHINES lMd. lat 113,400. -----------
11,500. CaM 473-311.. llpd REPAIREDi All .*... NOOOWN PAYMENT
I/IS. 'II. .11. .beat. sa lit I** X
l/ll-l/M. MOBILE HOMES Why py.nrT ------------ Bay direct N FOR RENT ...,
RB *dld 3 BR 2 Balk a
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1. FOR SALE Tkr.. DELTA II OLDSMOBILE, Itutcry. Large .*.lctl. ** .. R***** bU. r...*.. .M- g .' LEON STARLING ,...... CiliA os 10 air*.. ------------ ---- -------
llfkti 170) ...... ........ air, **w 8trle.........r..1 M.... ...II l.t.l ipill.lli.4.
.*.Id ...l .. .4.14.11..1".. 8TABKE 8349. II 14 TP chg fBCd. B varhth.' fruIt ... ... ... T... ..,. I.e. .If! Qrlfll.L .
> '' seal ....... .... llr.i. a.... .... Hw?I If. U/e.... .1. I I. .
II' i II1.12' a II', I'll'. ....a... ...4111.. .. Call 411III HOME CENTER. US 301' ". La'Mey tr*.( phi ...... Ala, 2 ----------- *>,

471-24IS. llpd 1/11. .It.r 1..1/11 $i.h. Nrtk.0...P to..... I 1.4 REMODELING, BUILDING BR natal k**.. S5S.000 G.., .'..*.11.* ........* 1009. 400 ft., ..

GIGANTIC-- --------SALE- -- IllS. 8_**.*,. P..... ....1741. j t&8:\ S" : aad r.*alra. a.. Phone 782-3310 torn I..., with. I .*...*. NI.. 301 Nerth10BI ,
------------ ..... familyrni.
f..I..... appliaas.. .. avail FLEA MARKET .. *... MUST SELL kltckcBt. ---
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aid ..I....., ...t..... BrIck black POULTRY FARM *ad 1068,L.t.8r 100
large .... .... .
by G. ,.1 E. .)** Liquidation of nw" all Heal Fbr. .UllaU.. B.. .... $ 2.' ..... with. .. 11
...,... TV, w.lkl.g I* ....1..1.. al 0 .... at .idCrllll. 174 NOVA AC. PS, P.. cot* plac p ** .oder. 130:: B.....t Rd.
r .>...1... beat *.d ...... G...." .. Rall.rd. building.eo a ,0BM 13 AT. AM/PM ...1.. ...I Grtflla Ci.trctla Fhaa basses, *(K n.m 4\ UrlquarUrt. ** lr.eaaps. J JUI53

.1..". .*|. .t., ....,.., ........ ....., I212perqtt. Call Collect ,... .,....,.. *.. ...... 473-1108 *r 473-I5TS. Call ,...detail -.- --- -- ----. 0.. Ut
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.,.. .... ... MI.'.'. !!.... Itikg /l/ll. C.ntury Steal BuIldings. P...... 411-111. llpd III'. 15l acres, llS,OOi 20 Bcra*, ..,.. hk-ap all 301 NrthlOMi
'..a... >lf.. ... R.... 10J 125,000 *r 30 ecr.. topnlpwd ----- ------
;':'ikree. Mil. ''w...' '.1 Key l"VRr I"RA HOME----llvUgr -- I tVl"TJEElMLiNT E".-.-.-.l BEPT'IC.TANK ,zv.r.nIc9an wwll Bad MpUe I .. .U.4 will ,...*. .... ,Pratt St.

I I at..., *r call 471-110. Ickg ... SERVICErRPI,41.r4is.Id.atW .. .. .. ... rd I'...**..
1 .... ...... ,*.., 4.... LAND FOR RENT .dill*, radio, .t. ,
,.I'". lane ..I...... .....r'. AVAILARLE.4 P.... **4-JI.,.r **.-**... ......IB|, .49.Cw 'S404WO. ---------- I07zTLTaa4 aiBbll ha .
........ ....... ...paral.g.s.l LAND yi. ll.kf. l/ll. ..rlBl. *.4 >aaw.tiliil.Pally .. 14 ..,.. I. ally 0....
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Larg* srst let UrJag lab* 1171 MONTE CARLOt ----- --- -- -
...,..ailcl4lg. 4..b.. All Eaa.ll:*! ...4111... IS7. SW,. 1**. Apprm IS* ...*.. Iii.* I*.. AT. PS. PR. M/cbg 3 .. ,... .1',. ..*.. 1075.1111 ... 3 1/1 acre
.>..11..' a4ltla.. 471- .... .ppr.. ./. plal.4 IIlaa.ial : .- 10 .c... 'r..d.. .I r.*..., ... ....
Cal ...- l/ll. 4lckg R.ri4a. Ha Mall. AC, r.dl*. Take ev.rpsyassis ,M.. '.nl... will b. llj0 0. II. .4Pkoe let., SR 123A.I07 .
,4M*. lick. I/IS. ./.. Vide" ..... ICky*; .. *'-*.. 14.471.71. ALCOHOLICS'ANONV.. ..1. I *... s....,. 0..... I22JMM. --r.-_-......'T'..-- -
--. ------- per Pk.. .. $144115 *. **4-7T. MOO I. ,.... IM-M48 k. .. *il*
---------, -- i.y.te*. H.lkt. P.O. R.II .r allf "4 77IMI asa ...... 8R UEait
4-4l4l.. .... I., D.l .r .... pray.r ...rl. 38 J5 .*.rai340' *B US r .
F...... I*. 17 t.44 .... : t.rlP.OdaiVRIRrg.RralE.uie
p.MIWR'S t R4r. I Ill balk. brisk by_ Fraai.."$.tlI.l *. P...". II... 1111. ... .. .....t" pr.- 301 S58AOO *,... ,
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BODY' SHOP PSP *.d. UCI ...1.".... 5 r ....., Mak ae .. .fI... CMlIIIIc-OId moWle .1.! .... DAtn:4i: WEEKENDSPb '.... !V44.S474 at' acna

) Ave. CAR REPAIRS ..... ...-..*!, I/It h...* Sales&S rvke .0,.. darbi. Ik. ..... Ur ... 782-3800: Pearl A.drswsssselaie I2S.lOTJt.
1534 S. Temple S bd.. t bask .brick k... to I/IS Sills. ........ \ l 964T739LA.D.U.
Startle .......1 ...*...,..**. to FORD RANGERi 17 r-sile. Fin Selection Of Used. Bt) >al 4 ..*. ..

FREE ESTIMATES/ L.k. ...... ...... k> yard. Foreign &,Domestic a... I4JO. .U.. r*. P'. AC. Can Taken On F.r ay ....,*. ThauStfwt.I .
w/w ....*.. less .'A. Cell Tkltcd. AM/PM pk.B Tlt-ll.*. ($ ".. .
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I GUARANTEED .....44-11. Business PWd. H444J7 MOT T ... 1/4 2001 N.W/1337S4M1 '0 a.r*>.< b.r* .*l pasta,*IBr
.t-taiEe... -' GATNESVltLE 1-r It.l..l. .llr4 C:_ ,.O...r SOS his
24HR --- -- ---. -- ForMinorTiiBt-Ups I I I', I ......- is..,... Highway SR IB

i> us T d'M MADE To Motor a lid AftEititiN', en Drlilin I I ...N.-T.-......A... ,. 4 ULKNEIlllEALTl'm 1.-M---Oa-..(. kl.r-..Bhlk-. ob7

.Phone 084-B998 DRAPERIES ..r...... TransmissioBWorkhaaranteed ...................... I3i.a..PIwi._ 3I. waded...**..L a.M'_
,) Monday-Friday sad ,I..,. ..... ".| trims lr....... .,
tO8 .thaal.a. .!. your km.. ', f.- ,All Boys; & Girls 2" Thru 8" ----------r-----
8am. p.m. SAW Ed ot" P" .. .... .
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_a 8'.P"'f, 6.UII. IN BRADFORD COUNTY (AGES 121o) Fast Rotary 2305 N.Temple Labs. G_. ..." ..t.1
9/14 tI.cbiiIirtiz. Wail
1 Equipment ---- -
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DIXIE MECHANIC .mi2 Bath C.. M44MI If'-
965,1 Csrp.rf.
tral HA. .ktrg. lot ole. !*.-' Tea"* IR ...." .
'gAIPORDkRE'*< Male '0 :WHEELS tll''. : " ...(%..*rkMd, .. tawa.t MORILE HOME PARKAparaalatalalf .. kMM..W.khil aad Walwtlra.1
Heating & Air ... ... ... .e r.**ik*' I. ,,884-5165 I It air .
i ir *> > New \ Used'SalesPRrtsServlce' ...ilk S .....-*.. .... is *
,.uld. hisib,21s1. Ia ... ..1.. 849 N. ,Temple Ave. Florida( .
,964-5590 Starka. : L.. LMa ... .. .
B4r***>*. a*. r sips aalca.SAMPSON ------
ConditfoningFREE( ...IA"I; : .... Dt." 811. May. el t....
Ibdags ore
f'' ism = '**-. 1 Bath. lack Ha .ia
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.'r. :' _... E-Z TermsPlumbing lsgc. .../... .T.r.,. *> It."'*...

ESTIMATES 4., .SheStaT1dSIt1UerOWfl p I BR .,lek. 1 bath S R .
j iique'.Sjrit t Psychic 1 PAMELISG i )EIL prugs. ..
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473-2498 : ......y..e.ee0ree.s. 4 I BR. I .bfcB. Ttt.frplM . .
I : flfa&zme'Jae i ,WP.., : > I la tvwa.JBR 1 ./.. ACRES '*llb 18..laI. '

.1 New Installation .... ....... LeSs .! .... 4-M8 REALTORM45I4
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Coming off an embarrassing 70-54( run alive with 10 points, center Bin n 'ii.r* 1 9t v
rasa In Live Oak, the Bradford High Chambers chipped In two baskets '.
five has had a week to recoup before sophomore forward Mike Jones had'two '
I, hosting tough Gainesville Eastiide baskets and his senior "
tomorrow night (Friday Jan 19)) and replacement Charles Perry had two ,
then traveling to Ocala Forest next baskets. "
Tuesday Jan. 23. LO i 1 >* it ti .. 11
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run out of the Suwannee High gym Oak M. J.M*'.!-<). a. JMM. ..*.!. e. 1
last week when they faced a three- p..., li>.> oiv>r i-M> Cltinitwr. $-".!>, C
man full-court press by the quick, fast p...., 1 l-l... Totals, lOlt'O.rctflor 1
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Bulldogs and couldn't get the Millw' M-tt Hamilton .01'. Mil >**.
basketball in-bounds or up to half Hoi III *...!. LM 1 ..>. i-M 14.2. blab .S-.w
court during an eight minute span in Center Kevin Miller led the
the first and second quarters when the Tornadoes with 15 points, Ed
score went from a 10-8( Bradford edgeto Hamilton had 14 points, and Frazier
.J a 33-14 runaway lead by Live Oak. Bass 13. Miller and Hamilton each I :
Playing street basketball but had 7 rebounds and Buss 6, but the
controlling the game completely with Torando big men were clamped off
C Bulldog and lightning quick moves. the boards in the first half.
players stole I Inbounds
\ BUS was 11 of 2-1. or 46 percent
stole the ball BUS
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passes from the field in the first half and 25 of 1.11r1
1. dribbling It upcourt intercepted the second half. :
58.or 43: percent
and grabbed the basketball off r
passes Live Oak upped its record to 10-4.
the boards for fast-break baskets.
BITS fell to 5.9.Tough .
BIIS fell apart midway through the .. .
first period and became completely Games Ahead .. .
rattled. Live Oak players simply took '
Tomorrow night's opponent
the ball away from BUS players and Kastside: beat BUS i 0-49 in on earlier .
all them. The officials ;
Mere over
meeting in Gainesville The Rams
called two fouls Live Oak .. u
only on
five is flirting with the top 10 in state Llm Jxy i.
during the 19 point scoring run and r j
Class 3A rankings with a 12-3 record. ,
one on r +
The Hams were previously! ranked Tornado Glen Carter fires up a
Live Oak won the first quarter 20-12 and are receiving votes now. __ W' -.. .. .r__ .,. -_,, '" baseline jumper against Live Oak as
, the second 23-13: the third 15-14, and Tuesday's opponent, Ocala Forest, teammate Ed Hamilton, number 14,
: lost t Ihe fourth 1215. Is playing around the,511()level now. Dwayne Cummings looks for help against bulky Bill ber three, and Kevin Miller, number 23,'offer assistance looks on.champion.
I Bulldog Bruce Perry led his Two Wildcat players to watch are Chambers of Live Oak. Tornado mates Glen Carter,num against the Bulldog press.
, teammates to theone-sided win with a forwards Cedric Condrcy and Pernell!
: : 24 point effort Perry kept the scoring Roberts.I '"11.M '
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I Bradford High's weightlifting squad with a 380 total cleared 400
opened its official 1979 season with an in his first meet in the 132'a': pound
: t easy 40-25( win over Gainesville Eastside classification but has expressed a
I M.r Wednesday, Jan. 10, at BUS. desire Coach Hurse to drop his body
The Tornadoes captured firsts In weight from 126 pounds down Into the '
1 4 five of eight Weight classes and domi- 123 pound category where he again '
nated the upper weight divisions would be a state title contender. I He '
FOR WINTER where Eastside was short in numbers. would have to improve greatly 'In
Head 'lifting coach David llurse challenge for a Florida Championship! ...
singled out Randy Thompson and in the 132 pound division where it took
Timmy Jones as the meet's outstanding a 480 total to win last year.
performers and also noted the
TERWILLEGAR' recent progress shown by sophomoreMike
:,, -- Jordan. Summary; Bench-Clean and\ Jerk .
Thompson bench pressed 310 Total, One number Total, 5 pis. bur
pounds and lifted 265 pounds in the 1st, 3 for 2nd, 1 for 3rd. '
MOTORS .... : clean and jerk in the 198'a\ : pound 114'a: Brosky (tE) 335. Raxlimn ,E:1:
.. b ., class. That prodigious first meet 280 Martin IB) 145125270.
"fl, T r v f effort equaled the 575 pound total that 123'j: Berrinn IE( ) 300, .Tlmniinii' '
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BUS grad Lawrence Patrick lifted to (IB) 275.
Starke Florida 1.. .i i'a .a #', "?. win a state championship in the same 1 132'" David (B) 205295400c.u. >
Kevin Miller wheels Inside the lane In Bradford's loss to Live'Oak. BUS weight class last season and was only (lEI) 385 Parado (B) 310 :
inside game was shut down by the hosting Bulldogs who claimed their 10th win 10 pounds under Patrick's school 148 Garner (E) 455 Jordan <1R
against three lones.Football. record. < 241H!J.430.(
OffERS__ Jones also came away a winner in 165'i : Jones (B) 275-240 Mooru Ili,
I his first official outing with his 515 255-23i-490.
total lift winning the IBS1* categoryover 181'a': Yeomans (B) 280-225-505.: ..
I Awards Banquet teammate Alton Moore Jordan Jenkins (B) 235-240-475.
Rusty Jones Lifetime finished second -at 148 but his 430( 198'n.: Thompson (8)) 310-265-573. ,
6 pound total was well above his old ivy.I Scott (B) 235-200-435 Coward ,
i Rust! Proof Set For January 25The ? personal best. (IE) 415. ,
Warranty : Other Tornado winners were Lin The Tornadoes lifted against Luke
annual Bradford All sports Club outstanarng defensive back ana Davis at 132'a': Charles Yeomans at Weir Wednesday, Jan. 17, and will -Y'.
-HELLO- Football Banquet will be held outstanding offensive lineman etc., 181'':a and Allen Scott in the Heavyweight next compete at home against pl.
Thursday, January 25. at the Starke' and this year again will include the class. Gainesville High! Wednesday! ?Jan 24. '
Elementary School cafeteria with..... presentation of the Calvin ,J. lloupt/ ;,.,' Davis, last year's 114 pound state "\,( .>rlJ !B rrr.rf) t....., ittj'joii
1 .hsflinnbaahavfiptlelydae! +Kim'S' bf"UI wi-Sportsmanship Trophy and handingout .,'HI( ,1 .ihftfrnrhf "ft1" *)+/f,fcB aJ9oH/ "lIIf tnuf 8W .ms-n} .".r h' r'
Rusty ones1 new University of Florida football of letter jackets. Varsity and v.arw

-4 staff the guest speaker.The junior varsity cheerleaders will also ._ _''[
Goodbye awards banquet will honor the t,, be recognized.The -
football players, cheerleaders and program is the first of the
fr coaches from the 1978-79 BHS annual banquets put on by the All '
RUSTY CARS Tornado football squad, and also Sports Club with proceeds after Sports Calendar;: t *
include a dinner and speech by Kines.It expenses going into funding of all
starts at 7 p.m. sports at Bradford High School. The
Awards have traditionally been club also raises money through '
presented to the players deemed outstanding membership fees which are $10 and Thur. Jan. 18. GHS at BHS wrcitlcr* 7 p.m.;
defensive lineman available through either Coach David BHS Fresh. basketball at Baker 7 p.m.
outstanding offensive! back. purse or membership chairmen Fri. Jan. 19 New'Smyrna at BHS wrestlers 3 p.m.
George Pierce and Bob Allen or Eastsid at BHS JV,V basketball 6130: ,8 p.m.
through the volunteer concession Sat. Jan. 20 JV wrestlers at Kenny JV tourney 10 a.m.
r stands the club maintains at BHS Mon. Jan. 22. KeMerlinu at BHS Fresh basketball S p.m.
football, basketball and baseball Union BHS girls JV,V basketball *:30,8p.m.
I home games. Tile. Jan. 23. Clay at BHS wrestlers 7 p.m. I
Admission to the football banquetwill BHS J V, V basketball Forest 4:30,8 p.m.
cost$2 per person tor members of Wed,Jan. 24 GHS at BHS weightlifters 3 p.m.
the All Sports Club and their family BHS Fresh basketball at Palatka 7 p.m.
and $3: for non-members.

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BHS' wrestling squad got Its long Bradford Into a comfortable 3i- l Itw Individual unbuatea MaJct of
awaited first win last week and then lead. Allen Scott again won without '" Brp t went
celebrated by going out and working wrestling fao the unlimited division. Haisokep"'G last wedrs action., ,
mat for two more victories In t\
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Pete tan his perfect card to 11-0 with 1' > 1w
0 week that was easily Bradford's best Summary 101-Llghtsey (F) pin nine ; pound claselflca4k : ", .
grappling stint of the season. Green 13n'; 109-Harrington (F) dec. a while aright von all three
Alter losing five straight dual Samons Hi Da-Nugent (B) dec.: matches to extend his record to 13-0
matches the Tornadoes stopped their Johnson is-4; 123-Slocum (B) pin with six wins by fall at 141. Martin
JOBS skein with a 38-28 win over Harrington ::45; ISO-Montgomery (B) Slocum won two of two matches and ,
Gainesville Eastside Thursday, Jan. pin Brandeis 3:01: ; l $- ohDson (F) Allen Scott was a triple winner In the Henry Pete, Bradford' Hitch's' Mkbeaten 158 pound seconds remaining In a match he dominated from start I*
ll,and then handled Ocala Forest and win forfeit; 142-Bright(B) Wilsons) three team wins. Slocum Is now 9-1 wrestler nears his'ninth pin of be )'ear against a-later. finish. Thewin gave Pete a U4 record for the season I
at home to
turn the
Interlachen loss 149-Nealy (F) win default over with six pins at 122 and Scott, who has lathes man Tuesday night Pete WON by fall with just SI
streak Into winning run entering th1sweek' Hersey': 159-Pete) pin Council -.18: four
; won times by forfeit la "2.
action. 171-Bell (B) dec. Smith 15-7; 188- Defending district and regional __.h..... ... ",,_ ..
The Tornadoes will try to continue Fromm IF) pin CruTIs 1:05: ; 222- : Alan Montgomery
their winning ways with three borne Futch (F) dec. Swindell 34); UnL- suffered his second toss of (h eseason
matches in the coming week. Gainesville Scott (B> forfeit against Interlachen Tuesday night 9 r
High Visits the Tornadoes Thurs- when unbeaten Ram grappfer Skip
day, Jan. 18; New Smyrna Beach BUS 38-Ea.taW.. Morton cruised to a 13-2 win in the 122 ', .4 '
comes to town Friday Jan. 19, and pound division \ .
Clay's Blue Devils will com to Bradford Johnny Bell and Frank Swindell
Tuesday, Jan. 23. AH matches scored their first wins of the year and
start with JV action at 7 p.trt.. with the the Tornadoes shook off the absenceof BHS SI-11181

exception of the New Smyrna match two starters to record their first Pins by Martin Slocum, Anthony
which will get under way at 3 p.m. In team victory of the season after five Bright and Henry 'pete moved Bradford
addition to the dual matches junior consecutive losses Thursday, Jan 11. into the lead and Interlachen forfeited 41w.
varsity wrestlers will be In Jackson- 122 pounder Martin:Slocum, a sure the last four matches to hand ,, a fn
vuie Saturday to take part' In the point-getter, missed the team bus to BHS its third consecutive win on the
Bishop Kenny JV wrestling tournament the Gainesville match and 188 pound Tornado mats Tuesday night, Jan. 16.
starter Ronald Mathews was out due The 2-7 Rams had no grapplers in
to illness but the Tornadoes were still the upper four weight classes and had
a bit too tough for the Rams. no chance for a win after Pete's pin In
BII5 37-oP M Bell pinned his man early in the the 158 pound class put them behind
second period of the 170 pound tilt and 27-19.
BHS won six of eight matches In a Swindell cruised to an 8-3 declson win Other Tornado winners were Todd
middle weight string that carried it to at 222. Other Bradford winners by pin Samons a 3-0 decision winner at 108, .
a second. consecutive win. this time In were Danny Nugent. Henry Pete, and Danny Nugent, who won by forfeit at {,,
front of hometown fans at the Allen Scott, while decision victors 122 and then won an exhibition match .. i'h ,
Bradford gym Friday night, Jan. 12. were Alan Montgomery, and Anthony against a heavier opponent, and the '''II
Forest took the opening two Bright,and Todd Samons earned a 2-2 last four forfeit winners, Johnny BeD \ .
matches and a 9-0 team lead before draw at 100. Kevin Griffin, Frank Swindell, antsAllen 1 i .
the Tornadoes started to turn the ScottSummary -
tables on the Wildcats. Danny Nugentwon Summaryl101..QJtter Anthony Bright, top. has thing well In hand against by pin against Alrldge at the BIN gym pushed his season
a superior decision, 13-4 at 118 (E) dec. Green 34); 108- : 101 Hoyt (1)( ) dec. Brad- ID rlachen"* Toby AlrWge Tuesday night. Brlghfs win woo-lost mark to 13-0 with six pins.
for Bradford's first points and his win Samons (B) and Barrian (E) 2-2 ley 21.8, 108-Samons) (B) dec.
was followed in rapid-fire successionby draw; 115-Nugent (B) pin Rodriguez D'Annunzlo 3-0,115 Nugent (B) win :,t
pin-wins by Martin Slocum at 123 2:19: ; 122-H1U (E) pin Saucer ::17; 129- forfeit, 122-Slocum (B) pin Lambert To
and Alan Montgomery at 130. Montgomery (B)dec.Purdy 13-0; 135- 3:50 129 Morton ((1)) dec. Montgomery Lady Tornadoes "Win in Losing ToughClay
The Tornadoes lost by forfeit at 136 Brown (E) win forfeit 141-Bright (B) 13-2. 134 -Cromer (I) win for
and injury default at 149 but unbeaten dec. Wilkerson 14-3; 147-DUon (E) feit, 141 Bright (B) pin Alridge 3:56: Sometimes a loss Isn't so hard to Park and second-ranked 3A Buch- nadoes pulled within five and out-
Anthony Bright and Henry Pete dec. Hersey 11-4; 153-Pete pin Pelham 147-Kempton (I) dec. Hersey 1.04. 158 take, like when you play a club that holz have played them as tough as we .scored the winners in the final nza
floored their men (Pete's pin came 1:16: ; I>>B8O (B) pin Griffls 2:15188; Pete (B) pin Royal 5:39: 170 BeD ran! roughshod over you earlier and played them Monday night," said Clay was still too tough to be over
with just 18 seconds elapsed) and Bessent (E) pin Dlcandio ::52; 222- (B) win forfeit isa-Criffis (B). win give them a tussle the second time Head Coach Jerry McGriff. "The taken The Lady Devils are now 10-2
Johnny Bell whipped his opponent in Swindell dec. Wooly 8-3; Unl.-Scott forfeit, 222 Swindell (B) win forfeit,' around. funny thing is we can play better. We and in the"Received votes" categoryof
the 171 class by a 15-7 count to push (B) pin Cowart 3:52. Unl-Scott (B) win forfeit That's what Bradford High's Lady didn t rebound as well as we can and the state poll
Tornadoes did against' Ia we need to get more scoring from our
Monday Jan. 15. The district ravor te inside players to win." Cla,- i> U 1 1 .1INS
Lady Blue Devils beat BUS for the Bradford actually led 13-12 at the .
second time this season Monday night end of period and at the half trailedby II 1 4 I 11

I Girls Avenge Earlier Loss To ClayBradford's but the second meeting of the two just three buckets but Clay kept a Clay MaMfricka a.aji. p. Calama ...... *
JV ; far from the working margin to gain the hard- C.'_.*1.1.,.JMMIIM. t-M WHIlMia.-2.... Ce -
teams was a cry romp win.Juniors .>.. ..*...!. .".'. Walkar. a.|.|. ,....
Clay enjoyed way back in the first fought fatal ,.......
junior varsity girl came out and beat them In the second scored seven points and Janet week of December. In that season Janet Easley, Valery 1145. t>..1." i-t-t I.Willi......-.... Darlav t.a.
basketballers avenged an earlier loss half" said Coach McGriff. Williams collected five steals in the opener the Green Cove club whipped Chandler, Theressa Woody, and San- 4, slags(.*.*.Waa y 1.*.,Crawfar. ....., Barry
5.5. CMMlar 3.411 H. 1.41. TaamTaial
BUS In the hunt
and moved their record to 4-2 with a TheJV Lady Tornadoes ran of f an 8- victory. BHS 67-22 but Monday In front of Lady Darley kept 1>.f-u.
37-30 homecourt decision over Clay 2 advantage in the third quarter with 'tornado fans tn the BUS gym the throughout the game. Easley pumpedIn Tam ...... Clay U, INS I*.
S 14 t 5.55 Lady 'Devils had to scrap for a 41-33 15 points and Chandler fired in 10
High Monday Jan. 15. leading scorers Mae halls, 15 points, Clay
outside while Woods and The Tornadoes met St.
Clay had handed Bradford's girl and Hope Jackson, 12, and leading win that dropped the Lady Tornado from the Lady
'HS. 5,3 Ill-3T mark to 35. Darley worked the boards for 10 and Augustine Wednesday night, Jan. 17,
jayvees their first loss by a 26-25 score rebounder Tracy Hankerson, 11
..... "We played well their coach told seven rebounds respectively and four and will host Union County Monday
In December and led 22.19 over BItS boards leading the way. The decisive Clay a.l-1 sraeH a.a piawar 14
halftime but the third them five MiiMim "' .1., Latimar t-l.i, ._.... a.11, me after the game that nobody but the points each. night,Jan. 22 In a game that starts at
at night quarter a point
Monday Taylar ..... Varnada rib Taunt .-.... two ranked teams they've lost to Clay led 34-2S entering the final 8 p.m. and will be preceded by a 6:30
second half was a different ballgame lead they refused to relinquish as they ails Williams l-l-l... ".... -.n.Hails4.1. and the Tor JV girls
for Coach Jerry McGruTs chargesand kept their season log above the .500 11, ..."..-- *.!->, Capara, Immi" ..- (unbeaten second-ranked 4A Orange quarter though Lady
their home-town crowd."I ,level. """ .' game.w I.
told them at the half we knew we NII//gall keul. Clay L111.1' IHI.1111)11 11' Ql/i..l.Mm..1'1t4,jJn, 11..._J>qm'P T n & 17 "" .,Pop rn6 Dan hn.Tv: # t1;. .... I
could beat them, we just had to go out Hollis added nine rebounds to her .i.i 1 'i < I.
and 'not give them anything. Not scoring total which included seven of The JV girls play only' once next,: Bradford County's Pop Warner Saturday, January 20. with anyone welcome to the Civil
commit any stupid fouls, or turn the U free throw shooting, while Jackson week with a 6:30: p.m, game against football league is sponsoring a stag Defense Building. Admission Is $1 for
ball over or take bad shots..we just had eight rebounds, Hankerson Union County Monday. Jan. 22. and drag dance the evening of Dance hours are 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. adults, 75 cents for children.



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offense but the shots just wouldn't" said go could than we run were the four doing corner it.. Our any guards better Pal Alii'... ,.!-'. Suman l-a-J, Joss 114..Thama hl"'iW .''
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loss td Palatka Monday night Its fifth dump a pass inside for a layup..tnen ..+a. 1'.i. .... ..' ..' \ 1
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In the first half Guard Todd Jackson fueled the with a 7 p.m. away game 'against : System ., '
shot 48 percent
"We second half spread offense with 17 points and a Baker County tonight.Thursday,Jan. I
and and only that 22 was percent the difference in the ," Coach handful of assists to Inside players- 18,Ketterlinus of St. Augustine comes ,About The Dome Bookkeeping Payroll And .Expense- s.. I ,. .1 S \
Eddie ThoRipkins and Kenny Griffls. for a 5 p,m. game Monday, ,
Slater,; said. who combined for 10 points Jan.22, and the frosh Tornadoes visit ,, Records. '. J "' \,
markmanshipstaked >f
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The hot first .' ::0' I" 13K2 ;9 ,
j Tornadoes to a 28-21 Eddie Winkler 1 led the smallest Palatka for a rematch Wednesday, /, .
the frosh Tornadoes on the boards with 10 Jan. 24.:'With tipoff time S '
lead that Slater noted might RECORD BOOK '1" '2" fHOME f
half time ninth caroms while Thompklns and Griffls SlAter rates the Baker and Palatka .:
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have ,been wider almost accurate both pulled down. ,a. half-dozen > games as ,tossups wary of theKetterlinus 1 BUDGET BOOK '2" ., :... o" -, I
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and widened the Shaun Jackson with ..... '
streak to five games -- :J\ti/J.!\ ., ; "
Jsetween.,'themselves and the 16 points while Daren Chandler. nettedIS Celtics;;?8.Knlcks 35 '
gap jtt
; lace :Celtics in Jr. Boysbasketball points for the losers. The winners, put three players In.doubJe : Till OFFICE SHOP m:3iJ: i

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Page 14A TELEGRAPH Jan.IB, IWt rM.-

Live Oak Overcomes ,ToriiadiMiUnable '; {..

Baby .....' t A ,<>

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to buy a basket in a cold said. "I'm really proud of them half.:outscoring Live Oak VMttMhe :
second quarter Bradford's junior tonight." third period and cutting the Bttijog

varsity basketball had to play BUS led 18-16 after the first\ period advantage to two points U...,ptng.
catch-up In Live Oak last Friday after jumping off to an early 7-2 lead Into the fourth quarter. "

night, Jan 12, and was edged out 62- and keeping the advantage with Sieve Marks thenpolatst..eeea the
60. i Dwayne McBride, 'Kerry Fisher third period four of g
The scrappy BHS five strugged all Phillip Sawyer and Kevin Reddish when Marks hit two free throws .to a
the way but limply made too many hitting. Live Oak tied the score at 16- one-and-one situation: Marks stole the
mistakes to win Including blowing all with 2ft seconds remaining In the ball on the ensuing Live Oak possession
three lay-ups which would have first quarter. Chuck William's basket and drove two-thirds the length of
meant the difference. Coach Bob from inside the key gave BHS the 18- the court for an easy lay-up which
Hancock had nothing put praise for 16 advantage going,Into the second brought BHS within one point,37-38-of;
his charges, however. The loss left period.Live. the LO Pups. Marks then fed Inside
BUS 4.7 for the season to date Oak stayed In the game with and to Reddish who hit a threefooterfrom '
"I told them you can't ask any more good outside shooting and some directly in front of the basket to }

of yourself than to give 100 percent," driving layups.The put BUS up by -one.r 39-38, with 3(10(
Hancock said after the game. BUS JV Bulldog five took the second remaining In the third period' L % M' J
and went into the halftime Then BHS turned the1 basketball
was working the ball In, taking good period 12-6.
percentage shots, and getting good intermission up 28-24. BUS did not over on a three-second violation and tiw
offensive rebounding for second and score in the second period until Phillip \the, Tornadoes missed two.easy IaupS. ,- 1 w 1
third shots, but the ball just simply Sawyer finally hit the second of two In the meantime Live Oak hit two
would not go into the basket. free throws midway the period. BHS buckets from about 8 and feet out to 1L't
"Sometimes you have games like has several chances at the charity line quickly, regain the .founpolnt
that. There's nothing you can do but missed the first shot of the one- advantage. Kevin Reddish hit at the

except keep putting it up there. You and-one situations. end of the period Ljd''
can't stop shooting" Coach Hancock! BUS got going again In the second It was nip and tuck in the final eight e
minutes and ended In a 19-19 tie with !'
Live Oak still ahead by the two points.
nwsrusrlolss awalsarar wasrsaKalaslasreaarlrowswwsarsarserll.rsa erasrsarasl.a With LO ahead BHS was forced to go

..,. .....
after the basketball, and Live ''Oak 'c.''' '

made its free throws. Kerry Fisher ,... '.

kept Bradford In the contest .. '. .".\.
Warming F however, as he began hitting from the ,. .,s..6'Iwl.., ..!."'I"". .K.' .
'side In the final minutes. Kevin ..,:. ."*'.. '_, \ "I..
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Reddish also added two baskets In the '

closing Live Oak minutes.led 57.50 with 3:30: left In. ; !
the game. But BHS battled gamely. flff1' : ,
Reddish made It 92-57 with 2:40: to go. \ '

BHS stole the balland fed Fisher for a ,

lay-up at 2:25: and it was 5457. .
Live Oak's Bobby Frlerson -

rebounded and put the ball back up to Junior Varsity Tornado cheerleaders get IU me spirit Pictured are (I to r.=) Stacy Denmark" Melissa
Bench iz make It 5954. With 1:55: left Fisher hit against Live Oak Friday night Mayo. Bottom: Beth Starner, Karen Chilly. Carol III
to make It 56-59. A Live Oak feed Even with this kind of support the Baby Tornadoes fell Illldreth.
Inside for a layup made It 61-56, but by a single basket 6042 to the Bulldogs.

Fisher cut it back to 58-61 with a ni_ ._SMaBk t ,J1ti.; "1 n.wMt:. ..:'.: ...
minute to go. ,.H"fI ," /
Til/i Buddy Callings BUS battled for the basketball while t y'. .,':r
Live Oak stalled. Finally Kevin "' .1
Randolph fouled LO's Charles BHS was 16 of 37 or 43 percent, from '"
Showers with 30 seconds left.Showers the field In the first half,and 10 of 26 or

Bench Thoughts hit the front end of the one-and-one to 28 percent in the second half, and 26 of 1K ,

ON.... College Basketball... Who's number one in Florida I wonder? Just when put LO up 62-58. 73 or 36.6 percent overall Live Oak ,
Jacksonville starts to assert itself as maybe Florida's best major college cage Kevin Reddish made it 60-62 with shot 42 percent, hitting 26 or 62 shots "
squad South Florida comes quietly into the Jax Coliseum carrying but a 3-7 ::07 left from the field. '
record and leaves the Monday night fray with a 65-59 victory and the league The contest at Live Oak was the "

lead in the Sun Belt Conference which both JU and USF are part of. ails II I 17 It .44 only game of the past week for BUS '." .. a rA Pt' (
The Dolphins had all the credentials before the contest... a seven-game win LO I* U .U It-41; Tomorrow night (Friday Jan. 19)) the t

streak an 11-4 overall worksheet and perfect 3-0 record in the Sun Belt, plus 4-I-, *.Harris.-..|.Planar Tornadoes host Eastslde. Next I
wins over Florida's expected biggies UF and FSU, but the Brahmans upset win 1.14.McBrWa"1-11.Marks 14.0, HoddlMl,-.... Tuesday Jan. 23 the Tornadoes
proved that nobody is very far ahead of anyone else in this state. Stetson Wale.... l--l, ..ndola I .-.-.. TataU. .-.{.. travel to Ocala Forest. JV action 1
showed J U the same thing when Tates Locke brought his club to Deland earlier Llv. Das, fhawart 44-14, McCullari ..., starts at 6:30: p.m., varsity action at 8p.m.
"'1.Dwel'-'-'') Owl I-M, Klilfl> .
and came home losers. .-.. TataU, M.14-4J.
Florida State once had THE program in the state but no longer, everybodyelse I
Is getting better and because of it the Seminoles had one of their worst In-
state recruiting years in many moons this time around. FSU Is 8-5 with a loss to
JU but a win over the Gators and even without best man Mickey Dillard (ankle I
injury casualty) the 'Noles should again challenge for the regular season title Cav'Dominat, .e Sr. Boys PlayCav's
they won last year in the tough Metro Seven. They stood third with a 1-1 league

card as of Tuesday. The Cavaliers won three last :
One thing for certain nobody can hail UF's Gators as number one in Florida games 77.Nuggets 50
J week to balloon their lead In the
right now unless they're talking about wrestling or swimming. John Lotz's Starke Senior Boys Basketball The Cavaliers :
hoop club has been swallowed up in the great sea of the Southeastern runnedandgunnedtheir 1 1I
? League to3V4 games over the second way to a high scoring win over
Conference after .
a 5-3 pre-conference start that still was a headache to Gator
fans and alums like myself because it included losses td those dreaded Dolphinsand place Warriors. the Nuggets Monday, Jan. 15. I, ,
Seminoles. Emmett Watkins poured in 30 points! I

Since then things have gone from bad to on the road In the SEC which Is sometimes Cav's Warriors 41 to lead the charge, little Michael
horrendous. Auburn Tennessee LSU, and Ole Miss have taken turns McDuffie ripped the nets for 20 points J I Ii
The Cavaliers won a t the c expense ( hit .iti
0 and Chub Johnson for 15 markers
the Gators the
using in home-town and
as straight guy shows Florida sits at the the second
bottom of the SEC .. place Warriors for the hot-shooting winners. TheOIlera' ,
moaning for an engagement on their own ,tage Alligator
in Gainesville. Wednesday, 10, by coming from Donnle' and Chuck
Alley For that who's number in behind and then holding off a Warrior Johnson had 20 and 19 points
matter In
really one college basketball the nation, I comeback bid In the late stages. respectively. }
< mean Chub Johnson bucketed 20 to i
points Cavallarti Chub Joftnton 7.1.11.. l-O-t,
14 of the top twenty AP clubs were whipped (you can't say upset anymore in r
lead the winners while Mark Pierce 'IcXMtl J.4, Watkins McDuflla lt10, v ay.a.l.aWd.R1' y p
college basketball at least once last week as the nation's finest played to a .
was high man for the losers with 10 Carter04. Phillip Sawyer jumps an eight footer against' a pack of Live Oak defenders In
pretty unimpressive 26-20( combined week. ..u....., cnuck Johnion .-". Crosby J-4-4, I
__ Notre Dame was the only top-fiver to come out of the week unscathed and points. 'ink! ..-.-'0. Davla '-"1. the Baby Tornadoes hard-fought 60.62loss to the Bulldogs Friday night.

with an 8-1 mark the Irish will take over the number one spot but for how long I ... Sawyer had nine points and 14 rebound In the loss. I' \
Cavallarai Johni M-JO Orlfflt 2. Ictixti
wonder? Only one big-time unbeaten remains, that's Larry Bird's Indiana State 1-0-1,Shamwn 1-0.4, WatlllM 4-0-0, MtDuMIt- 4aI. Current Standings: Cav's 6-0, Tornadoes pictured around him are, Steve Marks number 20, Tim Harris
Sycamores who are 14-0 and play the kind of schedule that could keep their Warriors 2-3, Nuggets 2-4. Blazers 14. number 4, and Kevin Reddish, 25, far right.
mark perfect for awhile at least. W..,..$. Barry I.I.I, Nanm 2-.... Mood 2L. -....
....'...., Tvtan 2..-., tmwtll IM, piarca' (...

ON.... That proposed football matchup between UF and FAMU... Too bad it fell 14.. 4

through as a replacement for Virginia-UF but let's hope the Gators are Cave 58'Blazers 55 Bullets Still Lead Jazz Take 2nd in 6-9 BB Play IIIThe
seriously considering it as a future encounter. Word out of the Rattler camp Ia : ,
that their. game with Tuskegee couldn't be shifted to allow the defending black The league-leading Cavaliers got all In front- in !
bullets stayed
Chuck Co burn and
Jazz 20-Neti 16 Isaac Simmons
college and Division I-AA national fill October
champs to in for Virginia at UF's they wanted from the last place Trail Starke's 6-9 old recreation
year led a balanced attack with 10 markers
27 homecoming. The Cav's skipped out on the Gators homecoming party Blazers and high scoring Greg' basketball league while the Jazz The Jazz overcame a 12-6 halftime each for the '
saying they'd rather pay the $10,000 contract-breaking fee than play CharliePelt's Chandler in a Friday, Jan. 12 moved into sole possession of second deficit with a red-hot third quarterand Bullets.
"new Gators." ballgame.Chandler. shut the Nets out in the last periodto
A FAMU-UF matchup would be interesting it might be a nothing to place as a result of games played at claim the second Wednesday afternoon 'ullifit Caburn l-o-IO, Mannlne J-0-4,
ripped the nets for 37 the Old Armory last week. tinimam. ..-... Kannady ....2.
win-everything to lose type deal for the Gators. Still, UF athletic officials are points and kept his team in the chase'all game last week. Natti Jackson .-.-.. tlianbaa I.4-J.
reportedly interested.ON. Alonzo Williams of the Jazz and
the way against the Cav's.The Bullets 24-Rockets 4
winners placed three players in Johnny Jackson of the Nets tied for Jazi26RockeU9The
.... Super Bowl XIII... I like Pittsburgh In a close one that will give the AFL- double figures to counter Chandler's The first-place Bullets put the game high-scoring honors with 14 Jazz again came from behind to
AFC a IX to IV edge in games won over the older league. scoring show. Chub Johnson had 13'' crunch on the last-place Rockets In a points apiece. garner a win over the Rockets with
This could be one of the great Super Bowls if the teams play to their potentialand while Billy Shannon and Emmett Wednesday, Jan. 10, battle of 6-9 year the double-figure scoring of Alonzo
stay away from the close to the vest, conservative syndrome that has Watkins had 12 points. Isaiah Carter'' old Starke Recreation Departmentteams. Jail WIHIamt.14,Martin-/4. Horrl...... Williams. 12 points and James

haunted boring Super Bowls of days gone by. Pitt is reminscent of the 1974-76 had 10 for the losers. j 41.Naiii, Jacks..414. Samtnt 1-4-1. Martin. 10 markers outshining the
Steeler teams that had ALL the tools. Even Joe Greene is playing like the Mean Joey Manning led a balanced nine point effort of Rocket Willis

Joe Greene of that era. Cavallani .....11........... Orlllli Lo-1, Shannon"' winner's attack with 12 points while Bullets 26Nets Chandler j
Dallas, on the other hand ain't too talent-wise either and ... .. Johnny Jackson scored the only two I
shabby as one pro J.J-U.Watklnt 4-4-11 McDullla Car? 14S The Bullets held the Nets scoreless Jan.. WHIIami4-o-II. ,Martin I-Ho. Akridiaa.4. 2. ,
coach said in his 2. Olavar. >*4. Rocket buckets.
prediction the cowpokes have more brain-weapons, that is .
the entire second half and
plays Trail shuns. Cllail4lar I'-W, Marrlwn J.4-4, through ....
new renovations .oc. Chandlar 4-l-f.
techniques, and strategies than anybody playing the
game. thannan 1-4-1, Carter H-IO' OlIVer/ "-"'. ., vllati. Maitnln '..11. 1111I....... ,...., L. pulled out to an easy 26-10 victory
Kanmnlv 1-0-1, J. ...._, ....4. Monday, January 15, at the Old Current standings: Bullets 6-1-1 Jazz
Nuggets Warriors 50 ackatai J...... a."'. Armory 5-2-1. Nets 3-4-1, Rockets 0-6-1.
ON.... Making a point... Belive it or not Mae Hollis of the 'junior varsity girls

basketball team is the highest-scoring player of Bradford High's five hardwood Donnie Banks and Chuck Johnson1\ _
teams thus far.
combined for 44 to the'Nuggeta m
The darting lefty has funnelled In 83 points in six games this season for 13.8 past the warriors points in carry Friday's&eCond /.
points p.T game average. Not coincidentally the JV Lady Tornadoes own the game at the Old Armory. r '
best mark of any BHS Winter sports team 42. e
The warriors led by eight points as1 e

ON.... Baseball... It's not far off. folks. Head BUS diamond coach Mike Hartley the Banks teams and entered Johnson the led final the Nuggets period but'to*

has made his final cut and 15 players are working out at 'the high school in a 24 point last period and victory.
anticipation of the February 23 opener against Lake Butler. '
Mark Pierce, 14 points, and Wayne
The Tornadoes had a year to forget last year with only five wins in 22'
games Tyson, 10, led the warriors In scoring/ We Have Wide
but Hartley can remind a club full of returners that they won four of their last % .
five starts. His optimism shows in the toughness of Bradford's afternoon 1
Sank .
Nuaa Mi I-HI, u. Dyal'-*
workouts but he admits he's crossing his fingers over a team that looks a good 4, jaHaraa 1-0-4. t.. Of The'
sight better than last year's. ....Tirta I-O-IO. Barry'*2.H....... 4>.. t 1 Selection
Mo**1:0-1,Lan1141. ftanmi, 11--'. Plarca >.4 i

ON.... Tennis... Same thing the high school season is upcoming. Both boys and''"",o 14, Patham. 1-0-4... ,' ,. rill

girls teams will open play against Lake Butler on the home courts Tuesday. ,,1 i I t .
I February 6. .t \:
And if John McEnroe isn't number one right now in the ever-shifting world of 19 MODEL HOMES
pro tennis, I don't know who is. ;
LawteyDYAuoc.: t

ON.,.. Wrestling.. Checking the difference between the "crowdi" at prep : :: :--:------ ----------_ InStocklndJ
_ wrestling matches and the crazed mobs at pro "wrestling" I'm obviously In the Plans :Activities' ] .
minority but I sure would rather watch a Henry Pete or Anthony Bright wrestlein ;
a good high school match than watch guys with names like Dusty Rhodes and I l k ; Ilod Sup pi Of
Captain Kato dance around on the boob tube. The ,Lawtey Dixie Youth Athletic.1 r ,

Association held its regular monthly ,
ON.... Scholarships Tornado gridders....Things are still hopeful i for Marvin meeting at Lawtey Elementary i { ; i Used Homes
Tyson and Marcus Cruce as far as gaining football scholarships. Troy Stated School Thursday; 'Jan.' 11, with ; % I
Alabama has recently expressed interest In both players and tentatively members planning Ideas for coming e

I okayed a campus visit by the two all-staters from BUS'8-3 grid team. youth activities. > ALL USED HOMES :
TYson was previously by Davidson College of North Carolina but The association'' urges ''parent ( ; I

reports that school's sales pitch s cooled in recent weeks. A campus visit,Is' participation to help put its ideas Into I 3CARRY A1 TEAR ;
still a possibility. reality for.the children of the area. < I
ON... Charley Pell's latest move... Did you see where the new UF football boss as winner''of the Dec. 14 '< ., ,
for leather '
drawing a pocketbook. T1Iassociation' s
has'set aside a special weekend during spring drills for Florida's high school'' "
drawing was at the
coaches to visit? The new Gator Just keeps coming up with new Ideas to aid his: <
December .
public relations program with the hands that will feed.him: his football talent'JON J- next regular Lawtey meeting.The Dixie Youth carwash The'uitimate $la Manufactured d ,Housing:' By Fleetwood !

\... The high School top 10... Clay High is still,the only teaM on the Tornidb'' Feb. i has,been. planned. for' Saturday-ft; :<' ,.*' Modals Available With Fireplace i

schedule: that listed in Florida's prep top 10;Cocoa, 13-1. heads f Fhe 3A list with, ..
Finally) th .ssociatien:Wanted
defending champ Ocala Vanguard, 15-2, second. .extend Its thanks to the JOHN BROWN MOBILE NOME CENTER
Live and Jax Bishop Lawtey
Three other Tornado foes Gainesville Eastside Oak. .... iMtf...'lor. :

Kenny Gainesville,'got votes but: weren't-among stilf the ranks top second1 10 bII..weel Jc.f1UA j f' girls", i.t. .Ro 6[ {i tlfi ; Vnlirn1te4)1'Jtoq tlmlr4 dn$1 i !et' t1bii:"a rasf donaUonal)JfIr'v 4 Hwy 21 Keystone Heights Fla. 473-3775

fourth imd votes which are a valuable asset to our '
Vanguard IM Clay, 10-2.( receiving. : .' program." A Home For The Retiree Or The Newlywedsr"T"

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Homemakers Outline II L I
q lAdy /lJaary
Years Projects K H1'J
J..I'ilt7t .

_ __ I IJ1w Bradford County IfClllMllllaw"Club .. t Socie/y PaMrIB

; diMUMNKt projects and programs) for : egr
the coming year at Its meeting Thurs 7
day. Jan. U, in the Agriculture Builds -
s in*.
Mattie Milty gave an interesting The Sueefof Slrtl"'fHrrThI" Side of Heaven
demonstration on bow to make _
..J. flower terrariums out of soft drink
plastic two liter size bottlw.

, J held An all at day the Craft Agriculture Workshop building will be F ; Evelyn Duncan, Mrs. Ruth Johns

I II Thursday, Jan. 25, starting at 10 a.m.
I Ii i I All members and other Interested Alton Thornton Presents Program
persons are asked to craft
any ; _
." Lii they are working on so they can show Engagement ToldMr. AtADKMeetlngMrs.
i and demonstrate it to others. Those
i without crafts may attend and observe and Mrs. Emory Duncan of Ruth Johns vice-president of .
iI I or work on something. Everyone Law ley announce the engagement of the Florida Bank at Starke. presented ".
is asked to bring a bagged lunch their daughter. Evelyn.,to Rev Alton an interesting program on money
HIP I I with them. Drinks may be purchased C. Thornton. son of Mrs. Carma management. titled "About Money .
I from the Coca-Cola machine one of Thornton and the late John N. Thorn Yours at the Alpha Gamma chapter
the club's e ton. also of Lawtey.A of Alpha Delta
! money making projects. Ve Kappa meeting Jan. 8
I : Mrs. Lola Johnson reminded the June wedding is planned which met in the Episcopal Parish
'r4; : I club members to be thinking about Hall.
,; 'I what they are going to make to put ir Flea Market Saturday The meeting was opened by the
\, ( the Bradford County Fair in March vice-president. Jeanne Uiper and the
Sonja Baldree joined the club. anew Jan 20 By Gospel EchoesThe devotional was given by.erna
\ member. Five Schmidt.
1 1I 1I visitors, including
I Miss Wilma Alexander from Uv Prior to the regular business' ,
; Starke Nursing Home attended th ,, Gospel Echoes will sponsor a flea meeting, refreshments were served
I 'I[ i meeting. x market this Saturday Jan. 20, at the by the hostess committee. Verna
' At the close of the meeting a deli- ; Evelyn Duscanvky old Griffis Grocery Store in Uaiford Schmidt Laurie Mullins and Vickie '
; .
: : Mr. Mid Mrs. Donald Made, Jr. clous "Brunch" was served by the beginning at 9 a.m. n.
' hostesses, Mrs. Wilma Wainwrightand Numerous items will be for sale Deal.JOiJ..
'II' Brenda Gann and Donald Slade Jr. Miss Rosa Lee Moore.DUPLICATE Including furniture, clothing, shoes
r. and a camper top In excellent
f BRIDGE < condition. ijou..Knour .
Wed January 2 At Bayless Baptist Church CLUB RESULTS ,4' Mrs, Charles Schaffer of All proceeds will go toward tM I

I Jeff Wrenshall and Eva Mathewsonwere Gainesville spent the past week with purchase of a trailer to transport
Bayless Highway Baptist Church hurgundy carnations. the winning couple at Duplicate her sister, Mrs. F. J. Shaw and other equipment. Marjell Dobbs of Madison visited '
j was the setting for the marriage of Bridal attendants were Kim Solze, Bridge Tuesday night. Charlie Riddle relatives. They were Saturday night .................................... his father Johnnie O, Dobbs in Lake
Brenda Joyce Gann to Donald Frank. Patty Griffis Marlon Dowling, Cindy and Jack Burnette were second. Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Butler and Mr and Mrs. A. B.
lin Slade.Jr. tin Tuesday. Jan. 2, at 7 Griffith and Rrene Hewitt. They wore F.J. Shaw and ''Mrs. S.W Hamilton Bennett in Jacksonville. "Ruling "It easy, governing Whitehead in Starke last Wednesday.
p.m. with Rev. Gary Bement per burgundy carnation were third. difficult Goethe
forming the nuptials. Andrea and Angela corsages.Hewitt servedas kUU _,- .....------._'" '" ., ..
The bride is the daughter of Mr;and flower girls. .
!Mrs. Horace E. Gann of Raiford. The Given In marriage by her father the
groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. bride wore a white satin gown with
J DonaldSlade. Sr. Hampton. chiffon sleeves, trimmed with lily-of-
Flanking the altar 'were two the-valley and white daisies. Her veil
pedestal baskets of pink, white and ,of illusion was secured with a band of
burgundy carnations against a daisies and lily-of-the-valley in her E.1 l '
background of branched candelabra hair.A nti, ''Yr rd 1 utl'f' f } a'bJ 1 iIlG
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i with burning tapers. reception was held in the church 1
It Ellen George pianist and Guy Stal- Fellowship Hall. Rrene Hewitt kept
naker soloist presented a program of the bride s. book Ronnie Jones and
nuptial music. Mike Sanders greeted the guests at ,,-
(i Gary Bakken attended an best man the door. ,
r Ushers Ronnie Jonas and Mike 'Marion and ,
were Dowling Kim Solze cut t: ..
Sanders the bride's cake. Cindy Griffith and Sit r;,' ,ilr
Debbie Gann ana 'Kelly Slade ,Patty,.GriTfis presided at the punch 3 r i
,I served as honor bridal attendants. J table.The. ,
They wore long burgundy gowns and couple will reside at Cherry
baby's breath in their .hair. They Point,N.C. after Jan. 22 where Lance
carried long stemmed pink and Corporal Slade Is stationed with the
,U.S. Marine Corps t "

1 lIt[ Three Speakers At Woman's Club MeetingThe ii, \ **

Starke Woman's Club had three. 10.000,000 club members in the Gene- FMWI
speakers on its program at the ral Federation of Women's Clubs. tki
luncheon-meeting Wednesday. Jan. It was announced the president of o
II). the FFWC wishes all clubs to promotethe
Peddy Parker representative of one big project this year the
Shell Oil. Co.gave a talk on the energy development of the arts and talent in TOTAL $300 YOU CAN REDEEM THEM
I'' crisis of today. He stated that in 1973 the community. FOR A $5 INFLATION FIGHTER CERTIFICATE?
21 of the oil Mrs. of
percent was imported andCodayonly'stbatamounttsimported. Betty Young owner Thingsby
Hand, gave a demonstration on the OR WHEN YOUR GREEN REGISTER TAPES
the Mi;-Parken'sugLoxteq' ( |;rnore.'ialk given In the JCClS
schools In the 4th, 5th and 6th grade It was announced the club will havea I of INFLATION FIGHTER C !RtIFIC TI!.* ,"

.I level. Flea Market Monday Feb. 5, In the OFFER' ENDS APRIL 7, 1979.
Mrs. Curtis Sanders, president Eagle DeVane building on Call street.
Introduced District 4 director, Mrs. All items can be picked up by calling START
Gene Hebel, who addressed the groupon Mrs. Sanders of taking them to the
projects of the club making things above address.An .
happen and why they happen, using arrangement of mixed flowers
the efforts of volunteers in working centered the speaker's table and simi- SAVING TODAYPRESENT
. t together and being united for the goodof lar arrangements centered the long
the community. Mrs. Hebel stated tables where the approximately '74
there are 14 districts In the state and members and guests were seated.

It 1 {Candy Stripers To Hold Rock-A-Thon SaturdayThe FAIR STORI OFFICE TO RECEIVE YOUR FREE


Bradford Candy Stripers will which time they welcomed four new GOOD FOR MERCHANDISE ONLY. '
hold a Rock-a-thon Saturday. Jan. 20 members. They are: Pam Lajoie. YOU CAN REDEEM YOUR INFLATION FIGHTER
in front of Eckerd's Drug Store in Kay Chilly Melissa Norman and CERTIFICATESUNTIL
Bradford Square. Barbara Kirkland. MAY 5, 1979.
The'' girls will have their
chairs ready to start rocking at 8 a.m. The new members are being -s ,
and will continue until they get too Initiated into the routine of the work in
tired to go on. the hospital by a few of the regular
The Candy Stripers held their first members. The club hopes to welcomemore
meeting of the new year Jan. 2 at the members in the upcoming a .
Bradford County Hospital library at weeks. D rANTNY ral0a


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Mr.and Mrs.Thomas E. Huggins of MORTON wh H I E ANTRY root CHOPPED
Mrs.G.J. McGriff.Sr. returned last
Starke announce the birth of a son,
Thomas Wade, born Jan. 12 at Thursday after 18 days visit with her DOWTS to rxl roaAlilp TURNIPS or COLLARDS
Alachua General Hospital. The baby son and family, Mr. and'Mrs. P.T. $
joins his 10-year-old brother Jason. McGriff in Milwaukee, Wis. .' out TOPPINGPANTRY 100.
Maternal grandmother Is Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Heaters of PRIDE
Claude Prevatt of Summerland Key, MIXED
Fla. Paternal grandparents,are Mr. Pamono, Cal. have moved to 612 80. <

and Mrs. George Huggins of Starke Collins Place, Starke. .. POT PIES VEGETABLESMORTON

,.....T.T.1.. ,.................-t-..... Mr-and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and ASSORTED FLAVORS 4$1' 13.5oZ 1001 c
Mrs. Nelson Green visited Mr:\and
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Thornton of Mrs.J.W.Epperson and Mr. and Mrs. PANTRY PRIDE
-Starke announce the birth of a son,, Walter Smart Jr. in Jacksonville LEADERS PtAIN.ONION, tors
Matthew Aaron born Dec. 13 in. Sunday afternoon.Mr. PUMFCMNICKIL ore CM f CUT N rRENCH

Alachua Baby General Matthew Hospital.joins 'brother, and Mrs. Robert.Barksdale of BAGELS ... 39c GREEN BEANS 3s1CRINKLE
Michah Dale, age 2. Humbolt, Tenn. are visiting his
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Vergie Barksdale and
Jimmy Thornton of Starke and Bob family at Hampton Lake.
Dale DaVis of Fort. Worth Texas.

Great-grandmothers are Mrs. Varner Bill Dansby of Lansing Mich. was CUT
t I Rosier of Raiford and Mrs. Beulab Thursday overnight guest of nil .

Conner.....-..of...Starke................a aaA.aJ t parents while on Mr.a business and Mrs. trip'Dansb Boca FRENCHFRIES

Mr. and Mrs Robert H. Ritchie of Raton.
Johnson City, Tenn.: announce the
birth of a daughter, Holly Jeanee, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford of
born on Dec. 26.The maternal grand- Tavares were Tuesday overnight
mother is Mrs. Maggie Tomlinson of of Mr. and c $OUTNtNULLE
guests. Mrs.. JUG Early. PACKER LABEL 59
'. Starke. Paternal grandparents are '
... 320z' 1 So.
I' Mr.and Mrs..George Ritchie of Holly Mr. and Mrs. Walt Corliss of San 'ORANGE

j .Hill.....Fla..........................'..... Diego Thursday, Cal.guests are. of Wednesday their grand-and \\j JUICE 3/$1 CRAG $179
E. D. Carlton, Jr. of
j i Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. James Barron.
Starke announce the birth of a
: daughter, Melissa Ann born Jan. e.I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Godber, Mr. and SUN FRESH SLICED Mr*. PAULS
I Grandparents are Mr. 'and Mrs. Mrs. Robin Godber, Rex Godber and PANTRY PRIDE
Doris Cole,.Jr. of Starke and Mr. and Miss Rene Godber of Orlando were STRAWBERRIES FISH STICKS
Mrs. E. D. Carlton, Sr. of Raiford. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.L. $ COFFEEB.ICSHTENER 9ge

: and 100. / -. ,
Mr Mrs. WJ. Epperson
MlpCcaotiA' MOfll10N. MA, UU MaM FAM
I .returned last Thursday from three '
weeks visit with their! son-in-law and > COFIFF ', RANISHvAL FRBNCH raise
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William T. wALraAUON' CHItItKiM, Tf>< 4/$1 AFPLI CNinnr
Whisenhimt in.West Covina Cal. and "fie 160& ;.WCMIIPAMTRT .. k+OTATft Smm ;rS
with M!.' Epperson's sister,Mrs.Dale 9c '|99
Van Sickel in Newport Beach, Cal. SEE. I IS
of rain contains tNt If
One tarn Inch amount of water,. a 10 Mrs.. Carol Geiger'Is patient in d, ALL/tel..a n.ae_ .*._..NKM*...JM M.__ei.,5M..el J
inches of snow! North Florida' Reglo.nalHospltatra. ..!,

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Nan Walker and Edwin LaerdonafdGlenda Jimmy Broweke.JiJ4teMed I
... to Jacfcsoflvlll U I"'tr .fter
' spending the hoH .Wlt.-. hit
: Exchange Vows parents. Dr. and a. JY
.. Kay Gunter of Lawtey and Brownlee. Before coml to !StarKe
' III John Saterlde of Starke were on the had been on tour with a select
j' Nan Walker, daughter of Mr. and woven Dean's list for the fall semester at called the Dolphofialres from
Mr*. Winston Walker of Lake Butler finish for a Lake City Community College. vocal and iMtrumrnUl/ group.
and Edwin L. Jeffcoat of Lake Butler soft drapIng. is a member of this group
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alba Jeff coat e1 polyester Jimmy the the ,
Andalusia, Ala. were united In edges of also band. the) badband. he stage
marriage FridayDec.29at7:3Gp.m. featured an Misses Jean Mundy and Sharon of. and pepcharge a small group of jazz
in the Morgan Road Baptist Church in trumpet Sofford of Tallahassee will spend the musicians. "Jazz Unlimited" at J.f
Starke. elbow. The weekend at the Mundy Cottage at "Jazz Unlimited" will appear on
Rev. James Parrish presided at the Into a train. Kingsley Lake. Channel Four. !the midday show with
candlelight service. veiling was :Monday. Jan. :22 at
Dick Stratton on 1
Centering the altar was a pedestal lace of Mr. and. Mrs. Bill Morar and and Jimmy would like to inviteall
of seasonal flowers gown trim. of Panama City pm.
arrangement daughter. Katie friends to tune in. even though
flanked by branched candelabra yellow roses Mr. and Mrs II. his
visited her parents. this is the smallest and newest t
entwined with Ivy and holding burning orchid.A A Lawson over the weekend. musical organization at J.t',. and will
tapers. Lighted candles were reception only hate time to pla> a couple of
centered In the seven windows. reception
Sara Norton pianist, of Kingsley the bride's numbers
Beach rendered a selection of nuptial Standing In
music. the bride and '
Calvin Cone of Raiford attended as and bridal {,.., : ; HAIRSTYlING
best man. Ushers were Michael Pageof Sharon (
Ocala and Jerry Wilson of Lake which was 1"I FROMJIM'S

Butler.Martha Walker of Lake City servedher bowls The punch .1'- r : STYLING

sister as matron of honor. Bridal Assisting
attendants were Sonja Stalnaker of Ruth Ann .) 3S3-A N. Temple ",
Fort White and Shirley Zwiefel a Callahan r 964-6394
cousin of Callahan. They were attired and Paula ./ Ad Good Two' *..*( Only
identically In long I!; light blue gowns After ,.
and each carried a single long stem guests the
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yellow rose. trip to ",,1........ L! .
The bride chose for her wedding a are residing w. -
Mr and Mrs Edwin L. JeffcoalMr.

pmonal.Irs Includes Haircut, Includes StYle Cut.
s fro oo $225
A, B. Whitehead were Shampoo 8 Set Shampoo & Set
Mr. and Mrs W: B. Dowling of
Wilson of Starke and :Mrs Local Mr.
Edward Saturday visiting Dunellon! were Saturday visitors of
Burns of Jacksonville have County :
returned from a month's visit with from Starke Edwin Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins
Mrs Wilson's nephew and niece. Mr. Klein,
and :Mrs John Reeves In Houston. Brookins.
Texas and Mrs. Burn's nephew and DeVoe. James
niece. Mr and Mrs. Jack Cain In Betty
(Kockport. Texas. They spent Christ Goodge. /
mas in San Antonio and also three Boruff. Jr., G
'Ja), in Mexico. Dlcandio:
Raiford: Lizzie
:Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton spent the Scott and Belva ; i0
past; tuo weeks with her parents. :Mr.: Brothers
and :Mrs. Ei \\orth Jackson in W inder. :Mary Danzy
fia assisting! In the care of her from Lawtey. D
rr.oiher.: *ho had fallen and broke her
-hr.ul'ler Mr Hamilton and son Jim. :Mr.: andfrs.:
',ml up to \\ inder over the 'weekend relatives In
and! brought! Mrs. Hamilton back Saturday and

Mia :Martha Struth returned Satur- '
'id> after( ; aA 'ks \'lsit'Aith' friends in :Mr. and :Mrs. 5 & HO InflationFRESH
a'n Nu-1! Calif.; in Waycross.
Sunday visiting :
Mr ar.d.Mr! AI Stefanelll and !sons :McCjuaig and Y ,.,Y 'W vxMW4wr/u d r tHHkM.r..W. .Y ,
.r W.k.-onMlle spent Sunday with
near parents.: :Mr and! Mrs! Henry ? I t, .
,refanelli, :Mrs. Claire : LBS
and Mr and :\ s s a SWEET
Mr and! :Mrs Kd: Bird.tall rf.St.. Gainesville //
pffr M'tttt *.II bf Friday overnight! :McKniKht m I00
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Parents of Title'I Students ServicemenCaptain sv ,
4-H News41 f

Invited to Jan. 30 Workshop Robert L. Cooper, son ot '
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper of Rt. 1, Four-H Involves young people a t keeping records "r"raM
t:'ntle I workshop will be offered .tration forms for this workshop have Starke has received the Meritorious everywhere-Ui town and In the coun dam: ; !_" .
1sday. Jan. 30, in the SoutteU been sent home by the children and all Service Medal at Eglin AFB, Fla. try. Any young third --
"ry School Library for all parents Interested in attending should through twelfth grades may then 4-H.
patent* who have children receiving complete a form and return it to their Captain Cooper was cited for You may contact 4-H by calling the Successful club work l.
Tltte I Instruction, according to Mrs child's teacher. outstanding duty performance as County Agents Office. 964280. centered around the home and family.
Rocena Santanginl Title I coordinator The next District Parent Advisory Chief of the Advanced Data Systems Parents.. other adults and older teem I!
for the Bradford System. Council Meeting will be Tuesday .and Logistics Concepts Branch at Community 4-H clubs meet on a agent ire needed as volunteer leader
January 30 from 6:30-7 p.m. in the Edwards AFB. Calif. regular schedule In homes or commu
Parents may attend the morning Southside elementary School Library nity buildings. With volunteer leaders
session from 9-11 a.m. or the evening Officers will be elected. All membersare The captain now serves at Eglin as members plan their own programs In Bradford County.You can open the
cession from 7-. p.m. Purpose of the urged to attend. Parents having an electrical engineer with the 448th elect officers and take part In door to 4-H involvement All 4-li clubs
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workshop to suggest ways parentscan questions concerning the workshop or Fighter Weapons Squadron, a part of community service activities. are open to all without regard' to race:,,
,help their children at home to District PAC Meeting should call Mrs.Santanglni Captain Robert L. Cooper 1958 BUS the Tactical Air Command. color,sex, or national< become better readers and to actually\ at the Bradford County grad receives the Meritorious Ser As a member you will be a part of a growing organization; Join,
make materials to take home. Regis School Board Office (964-1800). vice Medal at Eglin AFB. Fla.. The captain a 1958 graduate of responsible for your own 4-H project, *.1 as a member or needed volunteer .
Bradford County High School .
received an M.S.E.E. degree In 1972 ; f; If
J. Starke 4-H Meeting Set Mondi ay, 7 p.m.. ,..,, from Auburn(Ala.)University and an It

There wllllbe a Starke 4-H meeting the Bradford County Agricultural Club. 4-H is a youth development M.BA(Ala.) University 1978 and from an Auburn M.B.A. BH5 BLURBS : Ii
Monday night Jan. 22, at 7:30 p.m. Building on North 301. program conducted with volunteersby degree in 1978 from Golden
.Parents of 3rd through 12th gradersare Adults are needed to serve as Bradford Extension University San Francisco, IifCHe 9
the County Schedule Sy.tem teacher', to, 'I want to be in a class i
invited to attend the at
meeting volunteer leader for the Starke 4-H Service.. 4-H Is open to all without was commissioned in 1971 upon Undergoes Change with a friend'. i
regard to color sex, or national completion Lackland of Officer Training Schoolat As we all know, the 1978-79 school It was hoped that Mr. Duncan'sannouncement > : {
origin. AFB. Tex. His wife
about schedule.
DWIGHT SLATER'SOpen has been one of great changes;
Judith. Is the daughter of Mrs. Pearl year changes would weed out students .
For further information,contact the S. Beck of 3204 Ashway Drive, school namely, principals But yet and another a new without legitimate excuse Whom I
4-H office at 904-6280. Indianapolis. asked Mrs. Aljets what was considered \
has to the Bradford High
P.M.Fe 0 cI a Se It S. 301 School change campus.come It was announced by a valid reason for course ,I\,
change she stated "There are students '
12 .U: : Mr. Duncan at the beginning of last
7A.M. Walnut I week that no schedule changes wouldbe who have very good reasons fora j'\
flGJ(3 fP'J J 'i1J?tDc'' aaOD made unless there was a valid reason course change. The main reason
that was firm. lie went on to add being that a student feels that the f
MOTOR Oil PEPSI' ''138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.Starke's : 964.5890 that there would be"No exceptions to course is above his or her ability. In )1,
$ t9 that rule". that case we go back and look at the ', '
t 29 Guidance counselors of BUS Mrs. CTBS scores and see how they did in' f if
3 Ote 1802.. tt Tax&Dep. Own Bakery Allison Aljets and Mrs. Theresa Holiday that certain area. Most kids realize :' .I.
8 Pk, went to work late last weekmodifying that they simply haven't tried hard !
Plus Tax .
PLAIN A CINNAMON c the schedules of those students enough in a class." I !i I

B{Stan's ALL BRANDS BEER I II CAKE DONUTS ...............................1 0 EL wanting who to did drop have a class.good When reasons asked for be It schedule Is certain changes that there but with will this always new {,I I

Case the school administration "crack-down",far fewer students will;://1., i r
Gal. *t 69 *1 00 Over Cost BOSTON CREAM PIES $129 Ea.T why suddenly tightened Its grip on procedure be changing out of year courses. .r f 'I' I

Mrs. Aljets replied: ,
"Any change would have been Correction! '-
'sudden', but it was time that something In last week's column I reported on T i
was done. We have been changIng the 'Super Superlatives'. Somehow, ,,I
only the schedules of those students one category escaped my attention,
who have a valid reason for Most Flirtatious. The most flirtatious
wanting to drop a regular year seniors at BUS are Vicki Corbett and ,
GREEN TAPE SAVERv course. We've had students who have John( Tatum. J"
given excuses from 'I don't like the Patrick Crawford. i


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by John Schmidt received in Pack 73 should serve him ; 1
Scouting Coordinator and the community well. t I(
a e Mrs, Faye Williams has also A F ');
: ; transferred to Pack 673 where she will { .j,
Scouting opportunities for boys are continue her services. Den Mother. i }
on the upswing In Bradford County., The formation of the new pack has | <"f
Fighter Certificates District 16 of the North Florida created openings and new '
Council of Boy Scouts of America, ,or opportunities in both packs for both ,rt
Bradford County, now has a adult leaders and new cubscouts. 'J(
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> : < Commissioner of Its Mr. Donald
own. ,
Pack 73 has been talking to \
LOTS OF Hardenbrook. Don has served many potential adult leaders in surrounding I
years as an adult leader with cub communities( of Brooker and .:
GREAT scouts, was scoutmaster of local Boy Hampton with plans of establishing ,
Scout Troop 70 for' several years, and satellite dens which would be the I '
: still serves the troop as nuclei for future packs as additional I'i ispinoff
committeeman and assistant from Pack 73. Surveys in \
GROUND scoutmaster. Recently appointed by other communities have shown that I}i
Mr.Ken Lang our District Executive, only a small percentage of boys, who I \
t / Mr. Hardenbrook will be working would like to be scouts are being '.
GROUND BEEF WITH HYDRATED VEGttf.Al-.r I PROTEIN'' ,Bi with training in, and coordinating, served by D.S.A. }It f
activities of both cubpack: and Pack 73 Is pleased to announce that
;; ; ,' boyscout troops within the countyf-flMttTirn Crws Is starting up a We los
I 4LBSiO94OVER I Bradford County now has three, Ub II P Vlim fctfbbys between their tenth'and ,
Packs.The first spin-off from Pack 73 eleventh birthday or who are .
has recently been accomplished.) All currently enrolled in fifth grade. For ,
& LB c R requirements were officially further Information on the Weblos 1\
completed last Friday Jan 12, and Den call Tim Crews 964-6456 or John '
A Pack 673 Is now on I its own. Schmidt 1164$774.
Pack 73 will be holding future pack
GRADE A SMOKED LAND FROST BONELESS I am scouting\ have brought Mike First United
West into as Cubmaster of the Fourth
LARGE EGGS TURKEY65C SPARE Pack 73 and rfgret seeing him moveon. Thursday of each month at 7:30: p.m. .
HAMS L R However, as the cubmaster of The next meeting will be Thursday, f
: Pack 673 his training_and experience Jan. 25. ..|i fIt
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"Ignorant' men mlM quattiont that wi.. man ..._red a thousand yaan ago./ LAWTEY I \\1
CHURCH: ACI'IVITlfJ81.\. .Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Haroee and
l Goatha CHURCH OP GOO Sunday.n 5 .
10 a.m. Worship Services II a Mr.And Mrs. David Kelly and son i iJ.u
\ _- 0/atl0--l l-- _J 6pm. Prayer Meeting and By Phone 783300:Terry of Jacksonville: pent thewMmd
5 IIi Wednesday at 7 p.m. with their parent, Mr. and r"
I MI EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sundew Mra. Oeon > Kelly. J t
i I Ladies What Courses Do i School 10 a.m. Worship Service" f| Union 6 p.m. Kev. James Fairish; PERSONALS Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Mrs. Evelyn .
a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 0 p M. Pastor. Mrs. Cecil Wade returned to her Norman were Sunday supper guests '
I Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.... NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Sunday home In Tampa Monday after a visit Jan. 7 of her granddaughter Mrs.
You Want To Take ? FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Programon School 10 a.m. Worship Services II with her sisters, Mrs. Fred Moore and Wayne Harper and family.
j WPXE Starke Dial AM 1490, FM a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville: ; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Starling and
I 106.3 at 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10a Wednesday at 7 p.m. .during the holidays. son Greg; of Jacksonville were Sun-
| Santa Fe Community College and the School Board of Bradford County would .m. Worship Services II a.m. and SMYRNA MISSIONARY Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling day dinner guests of their parents,
6:30: Prayer Meeting BAPTIST) Sunday School 10 aim returned from Jan. aftera Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling..
.like to know what courses the women of Starke and Bradford County would find" p.m. Wednesday' Germany V,
helpful and Interesting. I 6:30: p.m. Pastor A.E. Massey. Worship Services a.m. and 7 pm months visit with their son and Rev. Raymond Caudlll of Hampton
H Please check one or more of the choices listed below. Drop the form at then FIRST BAPTISTt Sunday School BTS 5:43 p.m. Prayer Meeting daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tenn., spent two weeks vacation with
SFCC office at Bradford High or mall to SFCC, Starke Center, Bradford HighH 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. Timmy Starling and their son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and
school. H and 7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30: and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin family. He went hunting with Mr.
B I p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:39: LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Lee and daughter Monika of Frank Hardee.
New Horizons: Focus on Women NEWS fort and Heidelburg( Germany. Mr. Mn and Mrs. Earl TroxeU spent
I | UNITED METHODIST Mrs.Rip lingen'sixthendseventh and Mrs. Fleam Starling also visited .Christmas and New Years holidays
Biology & Human Values, Emphasis on Women ,* Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services grade health classes: went to the friends In Salsburg, Austria with their son-in-law and daughter
11 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellow University of Florida Dairy Research Deron Eunice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Carroll and
I Intro, to Home Decorating ship at 6:30: Sunday night. Choir Practice -' Farm in Hague 'uesday. After a Emory Eunice of Gainesville, spent family of Boca Raton
..,. on Wednesday 7:15 pm. Bible' picnic lunch they stopped back ,by Saturday night with! his grandparents, Miss Allison Hayes spent two weeks '
Exercise for Women : I Study Course at the church every, Ptgfily Wiggly in Starke for a store Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Mr. Christmas Holidays with her father
I ., i Wednesday night at 8 p.m. The tour.The classes have cpent six weekson Eunice took Mm: home Sunday after. .Mr. Fay Hayes of Boca Raton.
Cake Decorating Church has a nursery for pre-school: a Nutrition Unit Special thanks go noon. W.S, Crews, Jr., and his son Barrettof
children during worship services. to Mrs. Golden, the chaperones, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shinn and Jacksonville were Sunday dinner
Beginning Drawing I United Methodist Women group bus drivers for a good trip. daughters Lori and Sherree went to guests of their grandmother, Mrs.
i meeting was held at the church on! On Thursday Jan. Ii, Mrs Mary their home in North Carolina Dec 21st Pierce Crews.
Black American Culture Sunday Jan. 14. with twelve ladles Yearta visited the health classes and and stayed until New Years eve, Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of
':. I present. Mrs. Eloise Olin, President showed a nutrition film and gave good 3lt. Jacksonville, were Thursday guestsof
I Nutrition for Children : presided and Mrs. George Roberts, advice nutritious foods and snacks. Mrs. Kathryn Milliard of Jacksonville their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie
Sr., and Mrs. Frank COBS gave the On Friday, Jan. 12th, the health ,was a supper guest of her son-in- Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs took their
I Eggury (Decoration of Eggs) I devotional. Plans were made for a classes were treated to tacos pre law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John dad and mother shopping,
., day of prayer and self denial to be pared by Mrs. Cole. Cultural Foods Tye. Jr., and family, and their Mr. Emory Eunice and son Deron of
Bridge, Beginning I held at the church on Feb. 4th. were studied during the unit and they mother, Mrs. John Tye, Sr. Gainesville spent Sunday afternoon
I HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday' all enjoyed this Mexican dish. Mrs. Anna Mae Sapp of Starke was with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Bridge, Intermediate School 9:45:: a.m. Worship Services 11 a Thursday dinner guest of her Eunice.Mr. .
I a.m. and 6 pm. Prayer Meeting School Menu: mother, Mrs. Daisy Thompson and and Mrs. Mike Dobbs of State
I -Basic Supervisory Skills for Women Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. MONDAY: Sloppy Joe on bun. brother-in-law and silteri Mr. and Farm, spent Sunday afternoon with
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School french fries buttered 'corn, brownie, Mrs. Millard Jordan family.Mr. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
II Tennis 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and peaches, milk .and Mrs. Edward Schwartz and Arlie Dobbs.
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday: TUESDAY i Turkey w-rlce. family of Sarasota,were guests of Mr. Mrs. Bill Wolfe and sons Bill and
I OTIIER COURSES(Please list). night at 7:30 p.m. cranberry sauce, green sweet peas, and Mrs. James Waters from Friday Danny of Cape Coral spent the weekend
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Sunday fruit cup, hot biscuits, butter, milk. to Sunday.Mr. with her mother, Mrs. Hester
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11, WEDNESDAY! Chili w'lIeans, and Mrs. John ''Steele of Hicks, and brother-in-law and sister,
I a.m. and 7 p.m Prayer Meeting saltines, cole slaw, apple crisp, Monroe Tenn., are spending some Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and
Further information can be obtained from Bernard McFadden, SFCC Starke j_ Wednesday at 7 pm. Rev. Charles; cheese bread sticks, milk. time with their son-in-law and daughter family' Other guests were Mr. and
"Center representative at Bradford High, phone 964-5382, or Mrs. Theresa I Starling, pastor. THURSDAYS Sausage links, rice Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker and Mrs. Spanky Mann and friends of
Holiday, SFCC board of trustees member and a guidance counselor at BIIS,
MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST and tomato".vYlreen beans, applesauce family. Orange Park, Mr. and Mrs. Alton
phone 004.6092. B Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Ser, hot rolls, butter, milk. Ronnie Denmark and his girlfriend Hogan, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoganof
B The survey is being conducted by the Office for College Projects of Santa Fe vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Prayer Meeting .FRIDAY No school: Teacher from Jacksonville, were Sunday Jacksonville were Saturday dinner I

CnmmunitvColie_ !!:ewiththeca_ _aerstionoftheBradfor--d .... School_Board._ 11II ;J Wednesday_ 730; p.m. Training! Planning Day. afternoon guests of his grandmother, guests. .
Mrs. Lois Carter. Mrs. Charles Dobbs and daughter
r -- -- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and Leo- MelissaspentSaturdaymorningwith I
nette, enjoyed an outdoor barbecue, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie ,
< ', with their brother and sister-in-law. Dobbs.
Do You Know About I Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Mosley of Starke Mr.. and Mri. Harold Eunice visited I
on New Years Day. their nephew,James Godwin of Max-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders, Sr., and ville, in Methodist Hospital, Jacksonville
Lisa of Jacksonville, were !Saturday on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
afternoon guests of their mother Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Crews and son
Alma Anders. Lisa spent the night. visited their, sister, Mrs. John C.
Mr. and Mrs. Anders came for a visiton Wood in St Vincents Hospital.
THE BRADFORD PRINTERSJ Sunday and took her home. Jacksonville on Sunday. Their
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston were mother, Mrs. Willie Bentley,,of Cave
Christmas dinner guests of their son- Springs Ga., Is visiting Mrs. Wood's
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. family for some time
Charley Mosley and family of High Mr. Cecil Whitehead and Mr. and
land. Other guests were their son-in- Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited their cou
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pat sins Mrs. Beulah Revil, and Mrs.
-# QUICK PRINTING ? Henry. Hazel Smith of Palatka, on Friday.
K,1111 Mrs. Pierce Crews and her niece, Deepest sympathy of the
Mrs. W.F. Atwood, Sr., were business community is extended to the familyof
visitors in Jacksonville on Wednes Mrs. Mamie Padgett because of
'?inra: /4'J,IiI day.SP4 her death on Sunday morning..
63 Armor Barry Lee Watts left Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders Sr,, and
IF MDT..tET US TELL YOU HOW YOU by plane from Gainesville, on Thurs Lisa of Jacksonville, visited their
'day for Augsburg. Germany wherehe mother, Mrs. Alma Anders on Sunday
-is stationed His parents; Mr. and afternoon. Other guests were I
CAN GET YOUR GltiER* READY COPY.I Mrs: 'Barrr"Waltts, carrted' l'Itm"lG their "toarenM; Mr7'and: Mrs. Al
Gainesville. Samorisky, and Aunt Mrs. Dorothy
: i iIii Mr. and Mrs O.J. Boyette, Jr., and Samorisky, of Jacksonville, and
Iii family, and their mother, Mrs. O.J. grandmother, Mrs. Juanita lincy, of
(TYPEWRITTEN COPY OR PREVIOUSLY PRINTED Boyette Sr., of Lake City spent Saturday Perry.
night with their nephew and Karen and Manuel Martinez have
''I COPY WITHOUT CHANGES Printed In A Hurry) niece Mr.and Mrs. Chuckle Rentlers,' returned to their home in Bisbee
Jr., and family, of Summerville, S.C. Arizona, after a two weeks visit with
They were Sunday dinner guests of their family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and John .
fiT and Mrs. Chuck Rentier,. Sr.,. and. On Sunday Mr.and Mrs. Robert Lee
LOW family of Charleston, S.C. attended the Emanuel Christian
Mr. W.S. Rlyers, Sr.. of Union Fellowship Church in Swainsboro
i Springs, Ala., was a guest of his Ga., with Mrs. John Steitz. After
sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews, Thursdayand church, they visited Rev. John Steitz
lOW Friday.They were Friday supper who is patient at Bulloch Memorial
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eo ", ;, : I ?guests of their brother and sisterinlaw Hospital,In Statesboro, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Rivers They
o: '! also visited their nephew and niece
I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellington and son '...66 4.
of Graham.Mr. .
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% ; COMPARE son of Wauchula, were Sunday afternoon
gueests of their grandmother,
I Mrs. C.R. Crews. 'Closed Jan'. 23-26
.,' Mrs. Pierce! Crews' brother, Mn
W.S. Rivers, visited their sister Mrs.
E' SAVE Oni Thornton, and their brotherinlaw The Union and Bradford County
: : and sister Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Food Stamp Offices will be closed for
Sellers, and other relatives In certification functions on January 23,
Auburndale over the weekend. '24. 23. and 26th. All certification staff
9 Mrs. Cheryl Chamberlin attendedthe and AFDC Social Workers will be
1000Copie. 8Vz x11 funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. Undergoing training In order to Implement
Martha Keith of Starke, who died in the Food Stamp Act of 1977 by
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