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 25, 1979
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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night and Sunday,accordinfl UMM44M weather forecast of the 1" t ,

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1.4 Inches: over a tri-couoly art Ttawway night plural over four Inches of din. Society .,.. .... ... . . I.$
on the county in the past week. Editorial..4
In between the rains high winds spawned twisters in the Keystone Heights
lake region doing an estimated $15,000 to _,000 damage Apparently the Local News'... .. .... .. .. .$.a 'f1..

disturbance started In the Santa Fe Lake area and hop skipped and jumped In a Obituaries ... .. . .. H\.l ,

northeasterly route touching property on Lake'Drooklyn.Brooklyn Bay Deer Sports . .. .. .. .. t.11 -'. ,; The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Spring Estates and White Sands Lake. . . .. .. . . .. ,.'(,. .
During the Saturday night to Sunday a.m. downpour, Camp Blanding I < '
reported 1.85 inches of rain, Bradford County measured an average of 238 Want Ads ... .. .. . . ...r'.i; \ IMlhYear28th Issue 8TAIIKE FLORIDtSCentll i
Thursday 1179
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Inches the Keystone fire tower had two Inches. ,
A cold front, following the wind and rain pushed the mercury down to 34 ,,'" ,
degrees at Camp Blanding and :31 degrees in Starke by early Monday morning .. . .. ... .. . . <<
A warming trend set in Tuesday however, and was followed by the Tuesday
night rain in which 1.1 I inches was reported at Camp Blanding and 1.4 inches In 1870 the U.S. population \v Session I
was reported over a tri-county area wu 38558371. Today it it is Set I
I Weather prediction Wednesday night was for a low of 25 degrees with a high over million)
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of 54 1I
i expected Thursday.with a warming trend expected by the weekend.

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'; To Cost $837,000 Iii IiiAfter '

selecting Craig Salley as Its to make It possible to come up with a Monday night the board authorized !
architect for another year, the cafeteria with that very limited attorney Jess Wolbert to proceed with
R Bradford School Board set another amount of money. Board member Pat action against the bonding companyto
special meeting for this coming Spender told the board at a recent have the work completed. j II
Monday night Jan. 29. to work on meeting that she was told by a State Salley was given a new one-year i
getting the 1979-80 building program Department of Education officials contract which expires this Dec. 31 by
f4j: under way. that state public school monies can be the school board in action Monday
used to bund a cafeteria if that Is whatis night. The board and Salley agreed to
First order of business will be the most needed. Local school officials a new contract, a modification of a
replacement of heating and air-conditioning have been proceeding on the basis standard American Institute of
VLt r i units in some IS rooms at that classrooms must be built before Architecture contract, that ties the
I w ___ Starke and Southside elementary anything else.Lawley board and Salley closer together In-
schools, a project on which costs have
-- Elementary exceptional working on project costs. The new
escalated from Supt Tom Casey's education classrooms two contract makes it Salley's
$ 5.000( ) estimate to a $ I.OC>>-plus Intermediate classrooms two responsibility to advise the board r I

i figure which Salley has been giving primary classrooms resource class. project cost and what available I
Hampton City Council Chairman Ted Curtis, second dirt road off Slt-18 over where the shutoff valve for an the: school board the past two weeks. room itinerant classroom reading money will do. Sulky said that posedno

It I from left, and city water workers W.K. Brown with shovel unpaid water users' connection lies.......... The Initial estimate was low Salley resource, counselor's office, 1316.000. problem that he already does this
.and.Roy Roark far right disagree with residents on a said because of a lack of knowledgeof -Hampton Elementary: convert School board chairman Vernon
I school and electrical codes. kitchen to classroom, convert dining Parmenter emphasized Monday night '

Sawyer-Slade Gas gave the first area to library convert library to two he wants prices from the city of
price, classrooms construct cafetorium
Starke on electrical hookup I.
The second project get a push 200000. alternatives for the SE and SS air.
ahead Monday will be the walls to go I -Brooker Elementary: two kinder conditioning project. Not having these
up, 'to change the open concept garten classrooms, exceptional child costs available Monday night causeda
Bradford Middle School to 20-plus( classroom resource room itinerant week's delay in making a decision :
self-contained classrooms. Salley said room, reading resource roo"}I. on the project Parmenter told. the :
last Monday night he had been told to 200000. school staff. Architect Salley was,
hold up on that project, Supt. Casey The board will have available asked by Supt. Casey to secure the! ill
said he didn't know who said anything during the year some $137.! ()()() to work cost estimates from the city and be

about that in a public meeting. Salley with on all the projects which ready to present them this Monday
means of the
some will not be
1I said later he was told In Casey's officeto night. I Itl
'g> started unless more money Is found. II
hold the BMS
up on project. I
The school board currently has

Flans are drawn for the BMS $477,000 available from state and

project, Salley said, but there are school bond monies. The new state rcr :'
ways the project could ge and allocation of building monies to be c t1iulc. ,
tweeds distributed in July will mean another
to talk with the principal: and
-i. Mt ""t'hMabflbt'\hatl'11Ie-8Chool:
I "' 'I5olrttWantslCttla' it" ralb erected In: ;'.r -addition-to lh.-.bove-projects***; ,
r JIMS 'as opposed portable ones. four other construction projects were ',,
Salley said that portable walls that also approved for expenditure of state
1W WIrt monies but no action is expected on
*; would have the sound deadening
quality of block or studded walls them until more money is In sight In
future The
years. projects are:
would cost about three times as much.
.Bradford High School: two special
\ The board wants to roll the BMS education classrooms, $168,000;

"j';, ,,,,\' J .' .J Iv .project so the work can begin as soon remodeling. $61,000.
-- _._- as school is out this June- and the starke Elementary:. enlargementof I

..........and the disagreement! erupted Into a heated argu before Curtis and the wives of the residents began to calm project can be finished before school the media center. $155,000;

IJI ment minutes later resulting In Strong words and shoving both sides down. Better safe than sorry.,....... starts in the fall. remodeling.. $68.000.Southside Media \
Salley 'Supt. Tom Casey and
center and additional classrooms, ,\
several school board members met
with BMS teachers just before school 386000. Thursday.J.n.21'BHSFOOTBALI.
1 Currently under way Is the $1.5
was out last summer. But there was
million phase four construction at the !
not time to complete the BMS project
vo-tech center on which work has
before school started for the current
been started
recently Trlest
term and the BMS walls have been
on 7p.m. I 1:1:
I Construction Co. of Keystone h Heights.It .
a back burner-since. includes four new buildings. That at Starke Elementary {It,
1S r rFrid.y rr
i Action Is also-planned on four other project was assigned to architect
building) protects adopted by the Salley under his 77-78 contract. The S r

; school board for the coming year but BUS cafeterium now basically Jln. 2' I
no architectural work has been done complete at just under $200,000: ) is also .
built Tries! and Disco
on .them: being by Salley.
Theschool board is still bothered by FASHIONSHOW ";
.-A cafeteria for Bradford Middle some $1.000 In punch list items left 7130p.m. .
School. The board is limited to incomplete on Phases 4.and 5 of BUS BHS Auditorium

s spending$70,000 on this project and is construction now two years old, by
I looking for a way to remodel a portion Music and Worth Construction Co. of
of the existing; middle school complexA Live Oak, At Its special meeting Saturday Jan. n

..rff.r r r Annual .

.........Curtis got Hampton Town Marshal Steve Varnum ford County Sheriffs Deputies, who kept open channels In Chamber of CommerceDINNERBANQUET
I leaning into car, to accompany the collecting group for the area just In case. New Housing Authority I
the remainder of the afternoon and Varnum called Brad. 7p.m. ,
at Country Club :

II :ifc WARNING: >v,'lj\ j' 'I Considered! r for County JROTC.Parents' CroupRUMMAGE SALE. .t'' I

small group of Bradford County termed a "a consideration meeting"to 10am.S p.m.
: Collecting May Be .Hazardous To Your Health officials met Wednesday at the look into the feasability of passing a At Bradford SquareCOSPELSINO '

Chamber of Commerce building to county ordinance that would create .
I The shovels were out. Monday me collecting effort, Curtis: said ne turns ana /us crew therefore, had to discuss possibility of a new county the housing authority. The officials -t.:
, i' afternoon as Hampton city officials felt the shutoff method was proving dig down to connections In front ofBach housing authority to promote medium said the authority would Incorporatelocal Raiford ,
began enforcing a 'get-tough policyon successful since most of the houses home and shut off individually. income housing loans. lending institutions into a Community Center

delinquent water accounts by Visited paid without incident.: A reconnect fee of $5 will be The meeting, which was to Include housing program that would (give 7) '

shutting off users with two months City Clerk Iris Hart had submitted a charged, but service can not be county commissioners Maxie Carter, medium Income families prime
worth of unpaid bills and some of the list of the 57 non-paying water users in started again until all past bills are and E. W. Hodges, BC attorney interest rates for house-buildings In !
victims didn'tlike the idea one bit. the city owing a total of $t.288 in past cleared with the city. Curtis warned Dudley Hardy and county accountantPat the county. SundayJan.7CHORALCONCERT
bills the that the city: will prosecute any person Officials from the various lending 1
I Letters warning of the shutoff were to city Council Thursday Farnsworth among others was .
I8. who reconnects water service withoutthe Institutions In Starke
sent to 57 users owing two cr more Jan. Council members Curtis and were also
months bills earlier this year. City Wilma McDaniel. along with Town city's consent. invited to the program would be to by Maranatha Choir7s
I Council Chairman Ted Curtis and city Marshal Varnum. began collecting The $258,400 minimum system that accept funds from the housing p.m.
water workers Roy Roark and'W.K. door-to-door Friday Farmer's Home Administration will F Marketing authority which( could float bond at First Methodist '.
back financially Is on the drawing 1'Cooperative. issues to raise the monies and then Public Invited tMonday. :
docr to-door with
Brown went Monday Curtis said about$150 was collected board now. with between '* .:
agreements make the available :
shovels in hand hoping to. collect 'Friday and over the weekend but the city and FmllA MulledThe money to

instead of being forced to shut- the those that did not pay were subject. .to, Repayment of the $91.300 already FmHA guidelines prospective set home-owners up by the authority.through Jan.1s'SchoelBeard .
water off to non-paying ,, the shutoff Monday. in the project will rely
Of the six houses visited Monday'.,* 'A The town's current system soon to revenue from the new totally system's on possibility of forming a Officials would expressed hope that such a .' "

mainly homes off of SR-18 east four?.,." .replaced by a new system required minimum of 120 users and individual marketing cooperative was discussed and system general promote in both the housing 7 p.m.Hospital : :: ,
users either paid In full or worked out. :'> by state law has no individual meters in the new system will providea at a meeting of some 35 growers county. .. '
One guess was that a $4 million bond "' I\
installment plan agreements but meters, and valves less costly more efficient means of buyers and market personnel at the : .., ;1
Issue could
discontinuing Brooker generate up to sill million .- .
Center Trustee
forced would mean Community Tuesday ::
Curtis and his crew were non-paying discontinuing service to non-paying
into the BC
night.. ',No definite decisions were economy through such ; C\ { '' :;'
shut off service to two others clients as well assome paying users. clients. '. '.,
made at this informationgatheringmeeting program. .
The job was not easyat times. Town but the consensus was to ...
Marshal Steve Varnum and\ two Named-Street Sign $50,000 More .'
to CountyIn I proceed with preliminary planning in Adult Education Tu.sdayJaa.3oBC2oniapBoard1.
Bradford County Deputieswere hopes having the organized
called in after a heated answer to local residents suggestion sign would total a nearly $50.000 i i lime for the 1979 selling coop season whichsuall.opens in .
argument erupted between residents that Bradford County should be savings for Bradford. re Is i in early May. Sign-Up Set Tonight > ."'.-t

of a dirt road off SR-18 and Curtis' erecting street sign with names like based on will the need officials have .. ..7i30. .:. ... .. .. I
guessed be
group. The residents agreed to( pay Pinehurst, Groveland Washington St. in, BC. Dr. Ralph Eastwood of the Florida Registration for adult education ;
the bills but not until the argument Instead of numbered signs that are commission's. decision to erect Extension Service, .discussed the classes for second semester will be / V
had produced threats of shooting and now going up Zoning Director L. M. .numbered street signs on ,county c organization and operation of held Thursday. Jan. 25, from p.m.'to Courtesy of ,/ 0 ..
forceful orders to Curtis'group to stop Gaines ex to the county som- roads has met stiff resistance'' In the c cooperatives,and W. O. Whittle.Chief 10 p.m. at Union County High School. JACXSflN f fSU"LY
digging up the residents ,)8 r'ce.' ,,, "mission Monday afternoon -.' that first neighborhood affected: by the c of Bureau of Florida State Farmers Classes offered include: High 3UILMMG
ser who was'Jiobked' ui .:to( >', '..whereas the numbered !signs NE 2nd sign installation,. the country clublubdivision J Markets also spoke briefly. School Completion. Basic Math and
another One, house and owed 128 ordered\ ','";Ate etc,., osr roughiy apiece fully \'\ east'of. 'Starke. > Irate Bob Allen manager of the Brooker' Reading Skills Typing: Bookkeeping of Starke \ '
,out -of his yard, and I.nnlltaued.( a sign with a full' name .residents (the area lay the street .1 market;; said that in the event the Shorthand. :Nurses; Aide Training Hwy 30t 8. 0040078K '
.the group wills :>would. run $is-t8 Installed aquid4reetimaitodbAtlisteriel numbers which were chosen over the 'c::o-oP if not finalized in time for the Ornamental Horticulture. GEU

;Jhe threatened connecting.CUrtis 2.* w lhcounteredTnn: brlcluliwhentl; !f: y!f ,,'}:.gxistinggolftnd;Cwntry..apmoephereipout) term names. /,of take rftheir'the t t coming: used season to obtain other buyers alternatives for this years willIe ''* (.'Review.There are no fees Cor these courses:" ,. > ,.. i 11-'; .''Hay; ytlon 100.Ant Htfflht" J1-A-.;",*,'; r- '" i

as'tbat'the$740: .savings5 for each '
Despite, the trouble ; neighborhood. I production) Call 496-353t for further information. 473-4973 I'M


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Page TELEGRAPH Ja.,25.1'1'Refired

I Meeting Thursday.Teachers Held Jon. 18 /Y1tedat- /7ide @fJ T f/Ite, Jf ;j !

G/hlo. .. '
Florida Legislative news was clad"! WlootySrWy 9647608 "' '

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F summarized into five areas at the u u -------
4 meeting of the BradfordUnionRetired
Teacher's Association held 10
ThursdayJan.1.atlt:30a.mIntheStarke : Hospital AuxiliaryTo

School Board room of the '.
Administration Building. sr Meet January 29 : I.

The five areas of greatest concern r;, I \
1 I for the elderly are: Health Care Bradford County hospital Auxiliary 1,,,,. ,
( ontainment, Utilities cost relief will" hold its supper-mwHirtK 1\I0net-y) '-. .,
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Consumer Care and Services. Protection '\. ,
I January' 29.\ at 7 p.m. in the Methodist -
of Buying Power and Generic Fellowship hall \; f"t .,' '.
i Drugs. The Candy Stripers will he / ).
Thl're11I be a legislative workshopfor hdstesses.Marcmatha.
this area on Feb. 26 at the Recreation ;
Center in Gainesville. Robert 4 _
Mr.: and .Mm.: Jerry Itoldrn Walker from Lake Butler will represent Choir t ; \

the local Retired Teacher's
Present Concert
Jerry Boldens Association, however all members
are urged lo bring a lunch and attend.
Sunday Jan 28
l Celebrate 60th The meeting will be from 10 a.m. to 3 rI

,t p.m.A.covered dish luncheon preceededthe .."'. The Maranatha Choir, which i la I t, ,
AnnivarsaryJan.141t business meeting Hostesses made up of 40 college students from

were: Mrs. Allamease Chandler !Mrs.II ..' ;; the University United Methodist
: and Mrs. Jerry Boldcn. Sr. ofrelroserelchrated C Hitch. Mrs. L.II. Gibson. !Mrs. '. ;. Church. Gainesville will present a '' '" ,
\ their With wedding' C.R. Bradford. Mrs. Eunice Kelly and concert Sunday evening Jan. 2H. from rrt Rlr
.mimcrsury Sunday Jan. 1.&, with, an Mrs. Willi Mae Denton. Jacqueline Smith 7 to 8 pm. In the First United '"" ""{''ht! I } 1t
open house" ut the Melrose Mrs Julius Royal presided at the Methodist Church in Starke. .rfif. "
I Woman's Club. business meeting where recommendations Jacqueline Smith, attend.!The public Is cordially .invited to .\ .." y...';< .'t.1'i" .-'. ., .
The couple( were, married In Hazel-- were, heard from the .
I liurst. Ii... on Jan. 12. I t919. They had executive board which had met ear Derrick Richburg '...... ._ i
11vi children with four of them living, lier. By having the executive board "
Valentine 1Jttr
they; are' George Ikilden Melrose! meet at \10.10: a.m.. before the 'I Dance ;.
II K. Kolden of I Interlachcn. Jerry luncheon both meetings can be Engagement Told '
llolden. Jr. of San Jose Calif. and attended the same day To Be Held Feb. 10 ;, 1104t. rte
Mrs X.M Smith of Slarkc They have The continuing nominating Mr and Mrs. Fred Smith of Lawtey tx ."' v Jr
I 12: grandchildren and six great grandchildren committee with rotating membershipwas announce the engagement of their At Country ClubThe {
asked to present their choice of daughter Jacqueline Denese, to p A -1

The club liousv carried out a officers for 1979-19BO at the March 15 Derrick Randolph Hichburg. son 'or ,'{-A ., .
iiiul/ while color motif with streamers meeting Mr. and Mrs. John Hi hburg.:'of Starke Golf and County Club a:if 1, -" .... Y I l
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and flowers' highlighting points Flans were discussed to visit St. Miami.! v ill hold a Valentine dance Saturday.Feb. d '. 'i': _
cit interest Simon's Island sometime in April. The wedding is planned for June 2 at 10. from 7:30: to 11 p.m. for 7th ..>j I..t---;::':" V- ; '. ,'W+ire,

The refreshment table was covered The final arrangements will be available St. John Missionary Baptist Church in grade youth and up. 11::' \J, 't:' .J"j' _:-._,
with a lace cloth und was' centered a I the next meeting which will be Lawley. Malt will be disc jockey for the ; ...--

with a three tiered wedding. cake hosted by the Lake Butler members Miss Smith graduated( from evening. ;
lopped with the figure .till"( ) the Methodist Recreation Room Bradford High School and attended There will be no charge for
:Mr and :Mrs Holden renewed, their Branell Women's College in Atlanta. members; $1 each for non-members. I t:2": ; I..:.;:..;" .,
with Uev Lester J. 2 For reservations call Phyllis """\ ;
\" c"hnltWS JtCr..Xeew \!:.J'P'.c\
Harris officiating Ga.Mr.! Richburg attended North Carver W14-5667; by Feb. 5. ; ... ::: :j l .J .

Approximately lot' friends and relatives Mrs W. F. llerlong has had as Miami Beach Senior High School .in : ". "
Balledhct\\ ecn the hours ::1 and 5 visitors Mr. and Mrs W. II. Miami. Miaml-Dadc Community; ",, "+'i .
pmPreceding Stcinmejcr of Jacksonville last College and Dcvry Institute ol Eastern Star Supper .." .....
the reception)) friends Thursday and !Mr. and !Mrs. F. V. Technology in Atlanta. .,
and relatives had dinner at the Holden llerlong and !Mr. and !Mrs. !Mark All friends and relatives are invited January 27 ,,'h.. '

home llerlong of Jacksonville on Sunday.Lqua In attend. a".'. 'J,," tpA. '

A. Starke chapter.. No. 224. Order of .".
Ralph ,
Taylors '
r the Kastern Star will have a covered I. I

|I To CelebrateTwo dish supper Saturday. Jan. 27. at 7 ;::,>:'"

IYLDt ULiJ anCD p.m.. All in Masons the Masonic and their Hall.families are %1r8, Leila unity holds a copy of her just published cookbook of''Kurd,
> Occasions treat and desserts made of local from
invited to attend up recipes her friend and family.

Starke Fla. 964.5890 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Taylor of Publishes
Leila Book of
>, Raiford will be celebrating their 5(>th The Garl Mathews Mrs. Mundy
Starke's Own Bakery I
\I wedding anniversary and Mr.
Taylor's 7Hth birthday Sunday after Celebrated Their 67th Favorite Local Dessert Recipes"I
noon. Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. in the Raiford
15B Doz.225C \1, Community Center in Raiford. ,
Anniv Sunday Jan. 21 1 love lo cook I'd cook all clay if I
All friends and relatives are invited formula which \\as the last recipe
to attend this event. Please bring a had my \\a)'. says; Mrs. Leila Mundy.whoa :Mrs. Leila's: m"lhl.'r\Hole down. :Mrs.

RElIT COOXIES.( CAKES!< ft CttfCAKEJ< covered dish lunch will be served and Mr. and Mrs. Garl ''Mathewscelebrated had I the age her of 71 first has txxik-a written and Leila treasures that scrap of paper
published cook-
1 followed by good ole' gospel singing their 7th wedding look of and it is reproduced in "Down! IIwine
hometown recipes she has "
bv. various urouos. anniversary Sunday. Jan. 21. at a collected ('ookin .
over from friendsand
family gathering at their home on N The book also contains the recipefor
Church Street familyDownllome'ookinu"contains Mrs.: Leila's own Ixniana split
:, 110OO/35 h;fat TAE ft Mr. and' Mrs. Mathews were \::1.recipe \ ''I l l'uhllJhich(: Wi'VU'yvofite/* \ '..
": *!-.1011,1'11\\ Jl4.'i/tVeat ."(Bnd't''nrefl's1
./ I jot married Jan. at. 1,912, in;, HIlomCietd"low4 rtcti >j 1"i,? l'I'CP! 'V'f hermit t hIS'J}' 1 <..pain.sJtenliXff ,
.r fl! ...',. lJ.J.:I. CONSO(DATED "E o\lJOF''CbtiDH t ( '' '.)1.., '., 5{ living tvJ>;GacV son.sKOpf; | ,ppjj,'0; hl'riUigl..1'he cookbook! Is !Mrs. Leila's cheese\ : lakollnafMift'Wfiie' :\ (\ixtyfystsfrti'f'l ( Hridges'' "">v?

way of adding to this heritage. custard. pic. :Mrs. Jipttnette'<<
(Including Domestic Subsidiaries) Many friends called during the egg
For !Miss Leila
a longtime as she if
Kincaid'sViildorf. banana :Mrs.
l pie
afternoon to help the couple celebrate
affectionately known had a deep: (U. L. iteusley'H frosted( !
LEGAL TITLE 01' BANK P! the occasion. The immediate families sugar grapes.
longing to write book ISIrs! ,
a Lena
Mrs.: Carl.. :Matthews'sugared nuts.
attending were Mr. and !Mrs Bruce'
in the
FLORIDA Di1K AT STARKE Mathews and family Maitland.: Mr explains Home Cooking,"dedication her "Down Jean :Mrs sex Green;" Sr 's oranges/ ) niu."
and !Mrs Lowell Mathews of Folkston. Kvelyn Hitch's "Forgotten( t'lmkies.
CITY COUNTY STATE ZIP CODE saw all.Mrs. Leila's recipes in a deep Sirs.
: EIfie'urter's: uncooked cookies
Ga.; Mrs Virginia Mathews of cabinet drawer.
S1'\RKt BRADFORD FLORIDA 32091 Milliard and Mr. and Mrs. K. T. and :Mrs. lla/el :iddl'lonlallhl.1:
"Mother! I know now what book ou
> fair iced colic
Breazealle of party;
High Springs.
""' carl writc-a cookbook
STATE BANK NO. FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DATE 4. ) from your friends with and all family.theserecipes Knell recipe luis an explanation ol,, .
how to mix it in :Mrs. Leila's own
q December 31. 1978 "
6th You can write several books.
/ ) And words hut much to the
/jUJIIOUI lolksy
.. ; very
thai is what Mrs. I Leila plans to do.hl"s .
ASSETS Mil. Thou. point and. telling exactly; how.
:; at work
now compiling herl'edpl.'S
1 Cash and due 'Iron 1 08 1 The recipes:Mrs. Leila ha 'collected
depository ns"tultons MpJ; and !Mrs. Robert Grl.'enere inSanford for a larger( edition of "Down .
2 U S Treasury serurlloes, 2 291 2 for the weekend visiting !Mr. Home t'IIIIkin to include the are I the host she tasted t and the

3 Obligations 01 other U S Government agencies and co.porato'on. . 1 631 3 and !Mrs. Jimmy Howe and family. desserts in tins book but which will the favorites (if social many passed. clown from
4 ObligatIons 01 Stales and politIcal subdIvIsions In the United Slates ] 206 4S also hate recipes for salads, local many gatherings
the area ovt-r the I ccnturv.
All other recur,Iles 282 s Desso ''''orman of I'cnsacoluux vegetables, mlllmt'llls. ""Um\ home past is availablefor !
6 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements 10 rellll '. -0- 6 weekend guest of !Mr. and Mrs. V J. :Most I of :3b-s."' Leila's. : recipes are $-4 h\;' phoning looking: rs. Leila at !W4KIM. -
7 a Loans Total (le.cludng, unearned income) 1a Spenglcr and daughter. Debbie scribbled down on small scraps of (Ii:!:; !.
b Len allowance Jar possIble loon losses 7bC notepaper like the- "Five. Kgg ('uk.."
Loans Net .. .. 0 1c

8 Lease financing receivables ., -0- 8
9 Ban premIses furniture, arid I..tures and other' assets representing bank premises . 281 9

10 Real estate owned other than bank premises 10

11 All other assets .r . iit2
TOTAL ASSETS.. 'sum 0'' items 1 thru 111) .r I t., 12 Ma4gRk

13 Demand derO.,1S, 01 IndIvIduals parlnership. and corporations '. ':. 5 456 13 -

14 Time, and savIngs deposIts 01 IndIvIduals partnershIps. and corporations) .. 8 457 14

15 Deposits, 01 United States Government .r '. 16 __ 13IB .

Oepo.,1S, 01 States and polItIcal Subdivision, In the UnIted Steles Y. T :. 9.,z" 4 568 -i 16
17 All other deposits, ,,:' 'fIjI."f:.; 1' JOIN-

18 Cert"hed and ollicers' checks ..120 -i 18
19 Total, fsum 01 items 13 Ihru 181) 8 7 19

a -"tal demand, k -t 19a
I b Total hm@,. and savln9S deooslls . "" h t, : .r '.". 19b FOR

20 Fndeal funds purchased and securities" sold under aCreemenlS 10 repurChase 1 500 20 Li "i- I
21"n!! demand notes (note balances) Issued 10 the US Treasury and :
other liablllles, for borrowed money '0. Y 21 V.
22 Mo.tgagfl indebtedness, and lIablllly for capitalized leases 22

23 All other liabilities' I 23 BREut _
2.1 TOTAL LIABILITIES ,e'Cludlng subordinated notes and debentures) (sum 0' Itema 19 Ihru 23)) 24
25 SuborC"ed; notes and debentures 025

26 EQUITY Preferred CAPITAL stock a No snares outstanding par value) 26

27 Common Stock a No shares authorized I c :

I I b No shares outstanding' 12:000 par value) _inn_ 21 :1
1 500 4 :
28 Surplus 28
I 29 Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and otPler capital reserves 2 3T-i. 29I __

I 30. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum 0' 'ems 28 Ihu 291) 30

I 31 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (gum of items 24 25 and 301) .. ___ 3215 31I

1. Amounts Outstanding' as 01 report date .,
a Standby lasers 01 cred, total 4 _.-Q- lab ;.
Time cerllflcotes 0' deport on denominations 015100 000 0' mOle 257 1 IbI

I I c Other time deposits, In amounts ot Slooooo or more 536 1c
2 "vIPragefor 30 Calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report dale I ;; -

1 C Total depoSits Corresponds 10 item 19 above! 181674 2a .\. ..1... ;
PIOTE lee,5e1)nmt;; ; lie ul.Id by.n an11(5/wed' eifCSUAI and iNwted be-Plot Ion Ills ,.,ft drwlen char Mee IM o"'c.rll wnWI ,lie 11110" -- 4ZMA .L : i. ;**.
: 1 W;' th.j;'_ ........n...ei'.wt,1 de Iwmr serlee 15.1 "I A."pert 0'Cond.tan Iwcludna, IM su5pa1n1" IceeduteI' 1 II pue I.the bell of sip Hwe, and Shill t h /

:, I /:: 18. 1979. w .
; : : January r. f _____ .l',
j NAME AND tITLE Of 0" RISI AUIHORIlD 10 SIGN REPORT W. "nd..g..d cI..c.ors. attest Ihe cowfcledae 01 Ih.s Report 01 Our biscuits
Condition (Including' fn/ supporting .Ched"I' and declare that ''I ... are baked
Ruth S. Johns Vice Pr..1dent 6 C..h1. been .mn.d b" us and 10 the beat 010'" knowledge and .ltaf IOU been from scratch every day
rap.ed In COn/0fn.nC./ With MI I.cllon and '. true and Conics just like Grandmother used

SIG.N."TUR SIGNATURE_01' DIRECTOR SIGNATURE 01' DIRECTOR Biscuits withHam to do. Filled with Ham Steak

., ) ;1DIRECTOFI. "r- ... ,:t.. .. ,( 4IZlaiis..ansI :L'/ or Sausage they're piping hot
delicious) And hot

'l.1 Jr' .... .. .nori a... .._......... ...... eppn of .ra4fQ"ct. ....,....,...,......_. .J" Steak or Sausage coffee and ice withfge Juice,
".. .. .i"ac P0. A ;, ,J,....... ",...."" ,..,..",.,,, kn ,,,,.............$ h. .. .. ...;,.,. nl Janus Ey'P.. 19. breakfast at Hardee's will
....nay'a c4 Is f- gird I .... ,.. .1. start your :
"r'v'" n "" Aur I on /III ellkrr or JI.r of Aft :u i' off
'. .H.11.r.wrns.rls. ryNrp .?.... .... .. ..... . .,J, .. """-'.\1 \ 'UJIJ;orwr luhuc, 6:30-10:30a.m. Man. thru Set day right. So during
4 treaty
-' hours and .

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1 p P.60Il Co-op Discussed At Grow er Meeting Held in Brooker

Clay Electric Cooperative Inc. hM Meraeri!. ud the headquarters ot
trl Car*, and Mrs. Robert Cooper and announced its 141* consecutive Youth the Nation Rural Electric Cooperative I t
family Sglln AFB Crestvtew spent Tour to Washington contest for high odIItIeIn.
weekend with his parents, Mr. and school juniors.
./ Mrs. C. 1. Cooper.Mr. The contest requires a 750-1.000
word essay on a topic related to rural
,. .. and Mrs. Donald G. Smith ofAuburndale. electric cooperatives. An information
new owners of Badcock P. packet with the contest rules and reference \
Furniture, have moved into the Bad- material will be mailed to contestants
cock upstairs apartment formerly after an application is
\ occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown received at the co-op's public relations
s t, .tI who have bought the Dr. J. P. salazar department in Keystone "
home road.Friends' heights.Applications.
Colley ;
be at One inch of rain contain the
can picked up '
same amount of water ai 10 I
of Mrs. Owen Alvarez Jr. any of the Co-op's six district offices inches
of !
will regret to hear she broke her right. by writing to Clay Electric Coop, mow
I j\cOAE1L arm in a fall Sunday evening. A Youth Tour Contest P.O Box 308,
I Keystone Heights. Fl. 32686.
M 4 4 I Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Cynthia Application deadline Is March 1 and FLORIDATHEATRE
Schmitt attended a Western Ware v Karron Green essays must be submitted by April 2
i showing in Orlando on Monday.:.' 1\I1chaeiltathmann for Judging.
The four winners of the contest will
t ClearanceSale receive an all-expense paid trip to thenation's Call A Walnut I
Karron Green
capital during Youth Week,

''A&Y2 Michael RathmannTo set Joining June 10-15.hundreds of other young ....Starke.- 064-5451. ....?.

Leila'sDress Off people from throughout the country ,;;L.Sit. Sun.AISp:
& : &Gift Wed Feb. 10 the youths will see their "governmentIn I
Shop action" by visiting the White II
134 E.Call SL Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green of House the U.S. Supreme Court Building -
M4-50S1 Starke announce the approaching .Arlington Cemetery,Smithsonian I
marriage of their daughter. Karron Institute, Lincoln and Jefferson
: Gail, to Michael Lawrence Rathmann I
-. t a.T Maxie Carter, Sr. celebrated his of Itaiford, son of Mr. and Mrs. R H. I
., birthday Sunday at a family dinner .LaPointe of Chicago, III. DUPLICATE BRIDGE "
: :
party. Feb.The 10MIss home wedding will take place CLUB RESULTS ( 4 ANIMATED- "

/ .r: j Mrs. J. W. Kincald spent Thursday Green is a 1974 graduate. of Rhea Johnson and Liza Mlnesfnger asrfrRfATURErTE
.:! to Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. C. C. Bradford High School where, she wasa were the winning couple at Duplicate !
Hoppe in Tampa. National honor student and 1976 Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. F.J. Shaw '0 "..
,.;,t. graduate of Santa Fe Community and Mrs. S.W. Hamilton were second
.; .;"><1. Mrs. Mark E. Adams of Muskogee College where she received an and Charlie Riddle and Jack Burnettewere [2] / -' I ITKII.ICOlOll
0,1.11.I... I'"F Okla. and Mrs. R. R. Turnipseed. Sr. Associate of Science degree. third. f
of Atlanta are visiting Dr. and Mrs. H. Mr Rathmann Is a 1967 graduate of Eva Mathewson of Keystone .... .... .
II. Adams. St. Patrick high School, Chicago, iii. Heights Is the new director for the
". 301 DRIVE-IN :
and also attended North Eastern Duplicate Bridge Club. The club
Mrs. Charney WIlliams Mrs. Ellis Illinois University prior to enlisting in meets Tuesday nights at 7:30 p m. at ................................ ,
Griffis and daughter, Bren, Mrs. the U.S. Air Force. the Pratt Street Recreation Center. Fri. Sat.
., Terry Gaines and Mrs. Larry Merser Both are employed with the Mrs. Townsend Dent is assistant
were visiting relatives In Cincinnati, Department of Corrections.Due director.
r Ohio from Jan. 12 to 21. While there to space limitations only The public Is invited to join the club.
Mrs. Williams mother, Mrs. Sena immediate family and close friends t/
Cooper passed away. will be invited to attend.jou..Xnow Clearance Sale

'Changes '79' Disco Fashion. Show and Mr.Mrs.and Charles Mrs. Charles Francis Hardy and family, Mr., lid / Leila's/,Off& '/ i

Mrs. Robert Milner and son of Starke .,<. .
Dress& ..
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardy and and Gift !
Jim Hardee. son-in-law of Mr. ;.1>'
Swings at BUS'Tomorrow NightJoey daughter of Seattle, Wash, visited Mrs. John F. Mitchell Jr., passed his 134 E Shop.Call St. j ,. '
.. '
Mrs. G. E. McGauley and family !in state board in pharmacy last week 964-5051: .1 <; "
Palatka on Saturday. and has accepted a position with i PGj .PLUS.t :

llerres. shown above with Brandy, I Is one of 14 male and female models Clearance Eckards in Apopka.
featured In a Disco Fashion Show Friday. Jan. 28. at 7:30 In Bradford High Snl 2:>.J y..k-III ,
School Auditorium. V Miss Lynn Jordan of Live Oak is 'i
Sponsored by The Looking Glass Styling Center In Starke, the show will feature OftLetla's staying with Mrs. Andy Jordan for Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison and all
models dancing to disco music while porting new 1979 fashions and hairstyle two weeks and managing the Jordan son A. S. Harrison Jr. and son 11
designed to produce 'the new total look.: Dress &Gift Insurance Agency while Mr. Jordan Is Richard visited Robert W Harrisonand t
Clothes are provided by Oaks Mall shops Chess King Brook's and Pagan's Shop attending a two week insurance family In Ocala on Saturday and ... ; .. 1
foolery jewelry Is provided by Williams Jewelry In Starke. and hairstyles and'' 134 E.Call St. school,. at FSU. Sunday. Sun. Mon.
make-up will be designed by Looking Glass employees.. 964-5051 - ......... i:: I.
Tickets are 92 for adults and $1 for students and all proceeds. will go to the : \
BUS Junior Class. ft)KSMf :: .
Models for the show will be llerres, Carlos llernandea. Rennie Lennon, Mrs. L. N. Pickering returned __.w \
Wayne llaltiwanger.Lynn Johns,Melanie Morris,Elaine Coley.Terry Bement, Friday from a weeks visit with Mrs. # After Inventory :E: ., r ;
Brenda Roberts, Cecelia Infante, Kathy Schoenlng Sarah Biggs, and Denise B. E. Reddish In Tallahassee. fliWI r. i.
Cobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Exley Call of 1IhIC.' yEf.1GW\ : '

Presby.Youth Entertained At Super Bowl Party Charlotte, N. C* were Sunday overnight Sale :: I" Mt: ::
guests of Mrs H. M. Richarde :: K'r

the Prlsbyterlao'church young' Paterson assisted Mrs" Thomson In and.also yisited other friends:, here. :::............:..: \

people.were a Sijper entertaining., ,, the.10 young people Mr. and Illts. 'X;, H. 'Mphcrjef F OK''' ''' .PLUS. M
epcert1'nedat! '' ."" :
Y. Go Oh -- '
I Bowl part : A' Lid rr., I Arn''f1r'> / "t v's, "o/i'1'f/ attended tnewedding of itieti'grandson frig Now I
Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. W. II. The' group were served a chili Steve Walker to Laura Miller in Walt till you see..u4 (
Thomson. supper with Miss Lillian Stump and Gastonia, N. C. on Saturday, Jan. I?. "
Miss Elaine Harris and Buddy Mrs. John W. Griffin assisting. ,7 '
' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch. Mrs. 3k I ( :!

Thelma Thomas Celebrates 66th Jan. 19 Jackie Johns and Mrs. Karen Grayare I
I' Birthday attending My Fair Lady at the Jlft Jme 1
Alhambra dinner-theater tonight, rv i '
Mrs. Thelma Thomas celebratedher Mrs. Billy Martin and children,. Thursday. In celebration of Mrs. \ !'I''I'i
66th birthday,Friday.Jan. 19,at a Randy and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Ritch's birthday which 'falls oFt 1517 Bessenf Rood 964-5149 Start' 964.6300 ../ ills. kr fkwk.,,,..Vi.",m...'''" RJ) "
surprise birthday party given by hef James Fender and children, Mrs. Sunday.
I son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Jimmy Martin and daughter, Tonya
Mrs. Billy Martin at their home in and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Brown.
Starke. Cake and punch were served duringthe
Among the guests were Mr. and party hours. t

"The simpler NOW ON DISPLAY d
I Garden CLub Seminar, Friday Jan. 26, GainesvilleMembers ,

of garden clubs in six "all you need to know about flower z your return,
nearby counties will be offered two shows" to be held Friday, Jan. 26, at \ '
opportunities for study sponsored by the Gainesville Garden Center. $ 4-WHEBDRWE
the Florida Federation of Garden the less :
Clubs, District V. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. Hnry W.Black
Mrs. Gustav Harrer, director of with the program commencing at 9:30:
District V, has announced a seminar am. we charge"If :

I pona you qualify for the Short Form, chargea cKw7\ ,:;:

very low price. But even if you need the ,
Mrs.John F. Mitchell, Jr. is visitingher
Mrs. N. K. Hurst and Mrs. Clyde mother Mrs. Nell Rogers in Long Form, the simpler the return, the less :

Sinclair visiting Mrs.spent Dan Thursday Jardine to in Saturday Douglas Thompson. Ga. for a week. we charge. That's another reason why you .,

Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade in Nineteen members of the Methodist should let H&R Block do your:, taxes. ... t1 t\

Baxley, Ga. 7 visited,8, 9 and the loth Ortega Sunday Methodist schools Churchon classes ..... r, \
ClearanceSale H&R BLOCK .
Sunday. The group was I
/j & 112Off accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jay .
Carver, Denise Winkler and Anne THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE ,
-- -
Leila'sDress Haynes. 527 S. Water St. .'" \..,oG -,,-'
&Gift Hwy 100 Starke Fla. :

Shop Mr. and Mrs" James Cash and 96462860poilm \ : I
134 E.Call St. <
family of Orlando were'visiting her A .nft .
964-3051 parents.Sen. and Mrs Charley Johns
over the weekend. ... f
Local admittancas to Bradford ..-. .
County Hospital this week include: _. ''I'
from Starke Jerlene Dommon Willa .. --. (
Hudson. Willie Mae Foster, Roy MULTI-MILE MULTI-MILE' Higher ground! iI"MranceaiidtiKhteruirnini.iri.ltf (hm I
Dewberry, Ethel Hardee. Dorothy STARKE !many full-sire pickups with wheel drive Standard fc.rturt-
Mitzel. Earlene (lagan, Nathaniel Fiberglass BcltiedAr.813 include: 4's peed manual transmission 2-speed transfer _: d I
Solomon. Ralph Goodge, Gloria Ply Polyester 6
case with HI and LO
E78-14 posiiions- liKk-prnd.vnt( (root -u -
Cummings Timothy Kisbv. Evelvn FIRESTON J jxnsion '
Hampton.. Linda Dixon. Tabitha A78-13 ETa., 878-13 F78-14 Freewheeling front hubs. Sty led spoke w!hr elf. ,XII. w r I I

Ryder and Estella Urookiiu; LoIS 878-13 F78-14 U.S. 301 N. Starke Fla. 88 88 terrain tires. and more. > !
Cromity. Murler Norman, Alice $27
88 31
Thompklns. and Zonnle Lee from $2288Plus $27 964-6436 I 1979 "Truck of the Year"

Lawtey: Elnora Mack and Lomle Plus Plus
FET FET I Motor Trend
Beckelheimer from Lake Butler; and Plus FET magazine -

Emma Rohlin. from Keystone G78151Q7814 H78-15 L7815J781 NO CHARGE FOR 378-15 H78-15 L7815J7815 i

Clearance'Sale $2988 *3288' $8.,4 188 $3788Plus -

._ V4 & Vt
.";, Off FET Plus FET PURCHASE Plue FET Plus FET .
Lehla'sDress .tSTAItKE


.....505. LI Truck FOR ADDITIONAL 4 For 48" Installed l

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Norman and TUNE-UP
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman spent OF 4 TIRES FLORIDA
Saturday at Silver Springs. Cyt-Mo t
U. Truck*Cl.c4lMg $208S \
Owned a Operated By Dean Corbett '
Mr. and Mrs. C. Narwocth and I I
family visited Dr. and Mrs. Barney
.McJRae. Jr., and family Sunday at I / vnA I 1 }
Lake City. ,

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Everyttifrfrg; Was Fit To Print FORESTRYIn ,


# Bradford Co.

Back Starke
: EarlYDays of by Tim La Belle

&, ,
I". Your CountForeitrc- .....Ic. to tho.CMeIlMHlIQ' -

\r Nowadays to make the But such was not always the CMC, nd a ear of Exprea! refrigeratorbeniea at a Reasonable? Fee
must be of major Im when weekly newspapers In small
each have netted
: day. They
of the competition of towns ware often naroput to fin up 93.50 bushel. With Arbor Day and the tree
all demanding space space.aiMi even the most trivial items per planting season upon us, there Is

from the reading public. :, were welcomed by the editor and -E.W.Drlggers has the contract for someone you should know about: your

given spot in the paper-sometimes building the across Water/ Ok county, forester. If you have newer had
even on the front page. Creek on the Stare and Lawtey road the chance to use Ilk services: ,
Is he what
qt4 questions lueb,100 ;
.. w Such items often does he do; how did he get here; and
lai. but seem humorous -Mr. Slstrunk, formerly of Cedar what charge Is there for this service: ,
today, were eagerly read by subscriber Key, has opened a general mer- will come to mind. This ankle la
or years ago, when
chamilseana mfUhteryatoreWewish intended to answer these questions.
> i., .,, r Ati of there national was no or radio state or television news him success. Mrs. Sistrunk and child The county forester in Bradford is
importance and
ren arrived in town a few days since. Tim LaBclIo.Tim moved here in June
story a runaway horse was have been In Lake City. and has been working at
be They visiting of this year,
rt ? ; likely to the big scoop of the week.
,, 4 1 Y 7 learning the ins and outs of forestry in
I -fted. white and blue hat bands and Bradford. He graduated, with a
Here is a sampling of news from the belts are all the go now. The girls ofSUrke degree in forestry, from the
1898 l Issues of The Florida SemiWeekly are very patriotic In this University of Florida, and hat done

Advocate a newspaper published respect. such varied lobs as a research
in Starke for several years in assistant and forest ranger prior to
competition to the Bradford County -The "Hampton Tropical here.
'' coming
i tu1' Paradise" has been discontinued at
i ; Telegraph. Now that you have a general Idea
that place. Editor Newbern will move
-Dunce Mack, the bottler-washer l his plant and outfit to Georgia wherehe who TIm II, maybe you would like to
know how he and his predecessors got
j for the Starke Drug Co. came to grief will start a new paper. Florida
here. Back in 1941. the
Tuesday night. He broke a five gallon
demijohn of fine wine, and Mr. Smith -Mr. Edwards Middleton, our Legislature passed the County
>0< says it will cost him $25. hustling liveryman, has arranged Forester Law. This law enabled the
Service (
Florida Forest now
for the
several tnteresUng horse races
I -Item( from Sampson City) There holidays. They will be held on the Division of Forestry) to enter Into a
t ':'; will be an ice cream festival at the track In North Starke. contractual agreement with
hotel and a free dance at the union individual counties to supply the

t depot on Saturday evening April 16. -Col. A.V. Long was appointed city services of a professional forester.
a I attorney for 1899 by the Council at Bradford County elected to take
-Mr. J.S. Griner, Brooklyn's prince their regular meeting Monday night advantage of this in 1957.
( of strawberry growers was in the city In 1950, the U.S. Congress passedthe
('"i Monday. He says the little strawberry -Nearly all merchants have signed Cooperative Forest ManagementAct.
) insect has caused him to lose con the petition to close the stores at 8:30 This made federal funds
:.,'v siderable on berries this season. p.m. commencing June 1st. We hope available to the states for aid to
New wa caret, so everything made the paper buck !in the days when blacksmith shops '; I' they will all sign as we sympathizewith Individual landowners with their
and livery stables were thriving business establishments on Call Street ; 'I (Note: Brooklyn was a small settle the clerks who have to stay in the timber management practices.

ment just north of the present site of stores so late these hot nights. So the funding of the county
Keystone Heights). forester comes from the federal, state

FtnllA Office HouraVr i -Mr. Elarbee shipped a carload of -Mr. A.G. Powell presented the and local level, which means all of us.
\ fine resin Saturday. Military Company with a large wild- That is how he got here, but what can
etJiTORiAlS0 1 Change Announced cat last Wednesday. The tat is a fine he do for you?
-The Bradford County High School specimen of the bad cat variety and is The servies of the county foresterare

Effective Monday, January 22, all has an enrollment of 94 scholars. This mounted on a pole with a U.S. flag available to any individual group,
Farmers Home Administration !is an unusually large attendance for waving under him. The cat wUl be or agency in the county, not just the ..
'8 FmllA( district and county offices this season of the year. Prof. Hercules used as a mascot for the boys while in woodland owner. He Is available to

will be open to the public from 9:00a : Is the right man in the right place.A Tampa. give advice to the homeowner on such
m. to 4:30: p.m. Monday. through things as tree maintenance.
Mr. LancasterA Friday large gun passed through this protection, and selection. He ii also
The hours between 7:30 a.m. and city Monday night enruute to Key there to help the home builder protect
9W: a.m. will be utilized by .office West where it'will be used to protect LETTERS EDITOR valuable trees during construction.
staff to allow uninterrupted Ume for that city. The gun has a 16-inch bore These two examples cover a new type
man after our own heart is mechanical problems and a lot of work organization, loan processing and it took three cars to carry it, together of forestry that is being practiced in

James Lancaster of Luraville on broken metal cable Lancaster review, evaluation, servicing and with Its equipment.Note Florida urban areas. It la whatwe

the Suwannee River. hired a crane service from Jack other required duties. This action is IIAMPTON EX-MAYOR call Urban Forestry. To some of

lie the man who battled rain sonville to lift the relic off the necessary: due to excessive caseloads, ( : The gun was for U.S. defenseat MAKES A PREDICTION you who have lived here in Bradford
ever increasing number of applications the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican County most or all of your lives this
and cold with broken machineryand steep wooded banks. being received and the- recent War). may sound absurd. To others though,
constant frustration for "We have lifted tug boats and freeze on federal hiring. ,I will appreciate It if you will the areas with the most need of tree
the in
publish following
nearly three weeks, as well as sunken ships out of rivers before The FmHA State Office located in -Fortyone'Armour refrigerator venerable (Est 1879)) Telegraph your so it plantings are the concrete junglesthat

spending some $3,000. earned the but never got out anything like Gainesville will be open from 7:30: cars of strawberries have been will be on the Bradford County are created in these areas. As
his small restaurant this old train"the to 4:30 shipped from Lawtey this season up to archives for future generations. Florida becomes increasingly urban,
hard way in crane operator a.m. : p.m. Monday through will
Tuesday besides refrigerator boxes the need for this type of forestry
Friday The telephone number is
effort to haul a 904-
in successful
a with it.
said.And 376.3:18. When I resigned as Mayor and grow
IOU-yearold locomotive from the what does Mr. Lancaster purchasing Hampton a The second largest industry In

bottom of the Suwannee River. plan to do with his corroded friend said: "lease don't bring up Florida Is the wood using industry;

With the help of friends and mud- aked old locomotive, madeof County Agents By the water system again"( or you will from pulp and paper lumber
lose all your friends. If I have to lose furniture. crates, and the
relatives using winches tow iron brass and wood?
copper Bobby a friend I because the 'it
every have just transportation to move to name a
I trucks and finally a huge 75-ton WeU -clean it up of course and Notebook former City Council and I bent over few. There are 16 million acres of

crane; Mr. Lancaster and company then display it on makeshift railroad Taylor ., ,. backwards secure, a first,, rate forest land in the state ,to produce
phone: 1KU-4JXO:! :
managed to fish the tendon tracks in front of his... house. .. .. .... ,..", ,. :: -:,,"" Hampton water,system then Jet the wood products but that is not the only,,
I ;. ..woo burner from the river bed f1"b"h' state' Road 51. """ "J' '", u. ?of""o,,; -"". "':" chips fall, wherethey may. 't; cWldcare ;, benefit we tier!ve'from. them: These :

I where it has lain since it fell into ', less and we will survive! lands conserve water through! the
When someone suggested that a natural filtering shelter and
the water while being loaded on a such the Smithsonian Even though there isn't.muchto feed. Some burrow into the lining of I emphasize-"EventuaIly-why Not feed wildlife which process is more than
museum as talk about in gardening! and
in the 1890's. crop the stomach or intestine and mav Now? as the day will come, and not
barge abundant and offer beauty and
Institute in Washington. D.C. plans, there is a lot of talk, plans and ,
suck blood and cause irritation and too far away when a better, larger
all this fuss and bother? recreation to both tourist and resident
I Why activity in beef cattle. Prices to.
might be interested in the primitive inflamation resulting in scar system for Hampton will be a MUST all
alike. Finally something we can
Mr. Lancaster says "I always wood-burner one of Lancaster's cattlemen have been good for several formation.The damage may Interfere and today's young folk will pay dearly understand ,the timber industry
liked and old things. Just months, and cattlemen should be normal and for today's You
) history helpers grinned. "Wedon.t in with digestion procrastination. may contributes about 2 billion dollars to
like the old house I live built in care nothin' about those of their herd. and metabolism. Lowered resistance of be sure that when that day arrives, the state's economy annually.
management the animal increase its the cost will be much: higher, even if
the 1870's. They were fixing to may Sounds like a picture doesn'tit
Yankee museums. This here is One concern of cattlemen should be susceptibility to other infectious grant funds are available at that lime. rosy
knock it down before I got hold of the Southern Railroad." the control of internal parasites. This diseases. Well there it and patched it is one of the moat important diseases The new courthouse was thought to present also. Florida is now using 350
old up. locomotiveonto Was it worth all the time and affecting our cattle industry because Worms may also damage cattle be adequate for the needs of the million cubic feet of wood per :year
the when the larvae of certain
Dragging effort to salvage the mammoth of the large hidden losses that can species county for the foreseeable future; yet and by the year 2000 it is expected to
the banks of the Suwanneewas such as the lungworm migrate 900 million cubic feet. The
the county is already seeking use
a dream come true for Mr. "piece of junk"? Lancaster thinksit Although it isn't possible to through the organs of the animal, additional office space) So it won't\ be problem Is that Florida's forests are
was-because he "likes oldthings" causing varying degrees of damageand ,
eliminate Internal too long before Hampton will expected to be producing only 673
Lancaster. parasites, you can require
loss of tuncUan:l[cattlemen wait
and also likes a challenge. million cubic feet at that time.
"Getting that train out of the significantly reduce their effects witha until the signs of parasitism such as more hook-ups, which won't be The
sound management program and available with the weak. limited No. 3 catch is, with Improved managementand
water was just something I Thank Heaven there are a few use of chemical dewormen. anemia diarrhea and generally poor system. utilization, we can double this to
wanted to do," he "1 don't condition are obvious, it is often too billion cubic feet that
says. like him still around who are willing A common problem in our cattle is 1.3 by same
late. By then permanent damagemay Hampton is vulnerable with
want to make ornothin' the nematode ( no year.So.
any money to work and sacrifice to savea round worm) have occurred additional
hydrants, as and what does this have to do with
on it. I just wanted itthat's part of the nation's heritage. If are parasites.also present Occasionally in cattle; tapeworms but Poor growth rates, uneven growth, property are lost every day, even with and Bradford County! This county me

"all. It was kind of a chal it weren't for their efforts, believed to cause little or no damage are rough hair-coat and unthrifUness are enough volunteers and apparatus on possesses much good timber land that '

i lenge. America would soon be a treeless There are at least 10 different early signs of parasitism while the scme-but not enough water) is laying idle. Unfortunately, Mother
and his weakness, diarrhea and weight loss When Sen. Johns built a new bank, itwasn't
Recently Lancaster stretch of asphalt and concrete species of roundworm parasites that of Nature does not always grow back
to about the are signs severe infections. a rinky-dink structure, but a what we expect or want. Do have
economic losses
talking cause in you
sons got our cattle.
dotted with fast food chains x- Several things can be done to beautiful large bank, allowing for
The most 30 acres that was cut over and is now
train and decided to to sal- damaging are those that
try rated movie houses and discount infect the prevent and overcome the effects 01Internal future increased business. a stand of brush and scrub
respiratory tract, the supporting
vage it. He recruited his sons-in- stores. Because of their efforts stomachs and the small Intestine: parasitism.should be First, pasture There hasn't been a year recently oak? Or do you have an old stand of ';
law nephews and friends to future generations may still learn The life cylces of all these management and overgrazing shouldbe when the good folk of Hampton have pine that is growing at a snail's pace?

work on the project and. after something about America's pasta roundworm parasites ,are similar. avoided. received full value for their tax If either of these cases fit you, you

two weeks of hard work the past that would soon be entirely Thecycle begins when worm eggs are Proper nutrition is generally dollars. 1 compare Hampton to a may want to ask the advice of a
engine was finally located by passed in the animal's manure and the moat Important football terfm-the Hampton Lators- professional forester on how to make
accepted as
forgotten if it weren't for the few .
hatch the the more That is
on ground when conditions as the net result of a water system productive. -
divers and reeled close to shore measure in prevention and
who have ,dreams like Mr. Lan of, moisture and temperature are overcoming the effects of internal that will be "Too Little and Too what the county forester is there for.
by winch. After a series ofI" favorable. He will personally out and
caster. : parasites. Parasites, seem to more Late"! Ducky Dickey, the coach, come
I With adequate moisture, worm eggs overwhelm animals on should have bowed out of the picture look the stand over with you. Not too
will hatch and larvae develop during easily marginal planes of nutrition. some time ago and given another many professionals make house calls ;

I" Boor Buffoon? most of the year, although person with new ideas a chance to anymore. This may be all that is
or, development is lower during cold The primary purpose of usingchemical show how Hampton could be needed to make'a recommendation. ;
periods. The free-living larvae are dewormers improved. but should more information be -
.released upon hatching and develop anthelemintics) Is to deworm at needed he will gather the necessary
We can't decide whether the into infective stages in about two strategic times when cattle may have Another referendum "victory" will data to help him make a decision on .
best his remarks were misinterpreted weeks. become heavily Infected with return Hampton to the Dark Ages, what would be best. This is usually :
to define Billy Carter or spoken all in fun, will These infective larvae migrate lio nematodeparasite.TNsLtespecsally and I give some "Concerned Citizens" given In the form of a management

"boor" or "buffoon."They both not heighten Billy's image with a blades of forage and may be pIcked lip important for younger animals in the 100 per cent credit for turning down plan or what you might call a

have pretty much the same of the American by grazing .nimals. The life cycle:ia herd. several hundred thousand in grant prescription of action. _
majority people
meaning and "Billy the Boor" or completed when the Infective larvaemature In general beef cows should be money. $60,000 more in our low rate Should the data indicate that some
I. "Billy the Buffoon" have or lessen their growing irritation within the host animal. dewormed early in the breeding loan would have produced an type of harvest Is necessary he can
an with some of his grosser indiscretions. Although roundworms are capable season after the calves are dropped excellent water system instead of a also assist you with the Umber sale. -'
I' equally euphonious ring. of causing illness and death of cattle, and again toward' weaning Ume. weak, mediocre system.I Marking the trees to be cut another :
,I. 'We are not questioning Billy their effects are often Calves dropped in November or service.
Buly l has made it "crystal clear" difficult to sincerely hope I am wrong, and ;
Carter's intelligence. Anyonewho that he is not to be controlled or detect and assess by cattlemen December should be dewormed as will be the first to admit it.' but I do If you have an insect or disease =
has discovered a way of Economic losses from worm they start grazing the new growth of think The Coach is a lightweight not a problem, his assistance may' be
making a living and becoming guided by his brother in the infection can occur In several ways. spring pasture and the treatment may t heavyweight, who doesn't know what invaluable. More timber Is lost to
national a White House and this fact which First some parasites may use need to be often as every it is all about. On any weigh-in he will insect and disease outbreaks each .

figure by employing is as it should be, has been reite- nutrients .directly from the host's, 90 days. be found to be"way In" over his head year, than to their more spectacular ;
either the antics of a boor ("a cousin, wildfire. .
rated time and the
clownish. rude or unmannerly again by K- Folks In this area worked long and The county forester is also kind of a ;.
President. But be that as it may. hard, and sacrificed: for beautiful
a clearinghouse of
) -buffoon sorts for information
i person or ("one who ....
i amuses others by.low jests odd the fiercely independent Billy iV Bl$< f' RADFORD COG new church. I wish this enthusiasm on forestry. Through such tools as *=
should remember with at least a k> had spilled over within the city limits. pamphlets personal contacts, =
gestures and postures as aclown" modicum of humility, that he yw As an example the former much. assistance from other Division
I ) is obviously a lot smarter miligr abused City Council: was prepared to personnel, and the media he tries to
would still be
shelling peanuts or lJ
than millions of others who find it assess make this sacrifice for Hampton. get the needed information to the

: necessary to work for a living. pumping gas and sell ing beer if itwereti New stars have been added to public.
'" t for the fact that his brother w All of this is a free service to the
toda and
J But fact is that it is getting : team, with more I
I harder and harder to laugh is President of the United * small catch. is
States. their constructive: aggressiveness, By law he allowed to
WITH or even AT Billy Carter. As noted by one commentator Publishers they can be a nucleus for a Better give only three man-days of :::

; And his latest "antic" an abortive "If brother shares the dose Hampton !in spite of some weak assistance to each landowner each
: exercise at playing host to a Billy Published ash Thursday and entered as second Class.Matter ,internal trusses. }-ear. There are two good reasons for :::
bond of affection that President '''' this. The first is, he cannot be tied up w
I : group Libyan officials on a tour Carter says they have be might at the Post.Office at Stark,; flU under Act of March 3, 1879.f -. I thank everyone who voted for me by one large landowner for two weeks, :;.:
of the and but that there
country his off-the- regret are so who
1 better demonstrate his brotherly while other residents suffer. And, just 2as :
cuff remarks that have been regret they cast their votes my way,
important, forester is
,' labeled "anti-Semitk": do no ser love by being a bit more circumspect Subscription Me. ki trade alai, '/ Per Year. : M Six Months as I know now I am about as popularas not provided so as to county be in competition 3 a
thereby showing he the Shah of Iran. But I continue to
appreciates Outside boa Year'va1" with private consulting foresters.
brother's STM: 8 Per Six
vice his Months.Phone
image as an = hope and for the best forHampton's
a his brother's difficult position pray So now you know a little more about 5
tmbiased and mediator future. Amen!
impartial in what is probably the most the county forester and what he does. j
between Egypt and Israel. His sensitive and powerful office In 004+306 $ ,,," .' Start*; Florid j.y William Hi:Summers Are; you still wondering about that J

po8 -mortem "explanations' that the world ,' Ex-Mayor, ,Hampton.. Fla. -.. stand of trees you own Give him a
call and he '
"'r- be. glad to help.
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/ ''I!t'" N' e )'. i 1 Three Holidays Added in New Teacher Pact,, 'j

1 1 A new teacher contract minus a Day and Memorial Day Inauratftc rata go up Another
', satofy increase has been approved by the additional holidays are for reopener rtaiiee Is included in case
,\', '". .?! 'Y botfe the Bradford Education teachers only. Aides and administrators state school funding increase* more
r i. ..' AatRQdatian 80Ud and the Bradford School wUI work this Friday. The three than three portent above its$ currant
} with half the school year gone added holidays this year were already. ley....
'" Winer the new pact, teachers will designated teacher planning days
have four personal! leave days instead The additional! paid holidays shortens Teachers felt they deserved a pay
<* two .and three additional paid the number of working days for increase this year, but "if there to no
",1\ hotttoys. The two added personal teachers by 3, from 198 days to 193. money, there Is no money.' Mid BEA
'' r ,. are not new. but is a switch The contract also contain a president Hilda Dy after the vote lat
.i", .lt'Hr of
>w.a', Ijfins from two personal leave days reopener clause if hogptUUsatkut Wedneeday.Shampoo .
emergency leave days. Each
HUDh i i of we four .
days U counted as a sick
r BUSf leave day Shampoo i;
The current school calendar was rearranged $ $400 i
I' 111. JOHN Jan. 22 to add the three Cut & Blow Dry 5 & Set
:'', :' \ additional, paid holidays- first will I

". 'r;} ,. s wii + ,, be tomorrow (Friday. Jan. 26)) and tlMI
+, second and third will be March 28 and Haircuts *3 $2 'I
H Jr ,' '
,. ; ir.i ,, Teachers 29. a Wednesday will have to and return Thursday to school .:................................ Treatment For Dry Hair I

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.. ,.rtii lr+,,,, day.The : WITH miCURW cowen :
:il,'Mi': .. 0 + dl. Ka rA f school board approved as > 3UiJU(} [ } OD(;
'' ( ;: ,;I" Day, Thanksgiving : 064-7870
.../ -r: .? in addition to the three already Friday Ib.....0000.... THROUOH........ FEB....28.. .. !: CORNER RAIFOHD ROAD WElOON ROAOTO. j
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Mayor Joe Warren Breaks Ground for r t JI I J

HUD RJE Gym Improvement Project '

Starke Mayor Joe Warren kicks up dirt at the RJE complex to symbolize the ,
official start of work Monday on the public works renovation in the Reno area.
Hipp Construction Co. workers started last week on the sewer improvementwork i
In the Reno target area, a project possible through a $300,000 HUD grant
applied for and received by the city. Roughly $200,000 of the monies are earmarked
for street, drainage and sewer improvements in Starke's northeast
section.In .
his dedication[ speech Warren praised onlookers for their parts played in ''W ,
getting the HUD grant and called for Reno residents and other city residents to A, 9
be helpful and patient In dealing with the HUD projects I
"Many of you have been instrumental in this "
helping us get grant, Warren %
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said "These Improvements the fruits of months of diligent efforts to get the
federal money for use, Now, properly spending that money correctly under the
federal guidelines may be even more difficult a task (than getting iU) but your 1's
elected officials will work towards It because we feel Starke deserves the fUndIng -
Behind Warren are, l-r I ), Irving Young of Hipp Construction, city commis "
sioner Wilbur Waters, and John Hipp,owner of the construction company doing ,;, "

the Job. t+ '. .'+J'I,',,, ., .

Hampton Mayor Resigns, bolls & bolls 01_ 4 ,!\

Protests Water SystemSix III 9 t sf
fash 1011 fabric! +

months into his second term, The water controversy resulted in ,
i Hampton Mayor William Summers the July resignation of Mayor
called it quits with an oral resignation Summers and Councilman ErnestCreeneDonaldltelleJohnAllen I
before: the city council Thursday Jan. and
18, after a year-long fight for a maximum A.C. Dennisson but Summers later
capacity water system for the rescinded his resignation before Polyester
city proved futile September's election. :
Summers performed his last official The agreement signed by Summersand
mayoral act Thursday when he signed City Clerk Iris Hart at Thursday's
papers sealing an agreement betweenthe meeting provides for an FmllA grantof
city and Farmer's Home Administration $167,100 and a loan of $91,300 to be S
on the financing of the $258,400 tepaid over a 90-year period. Double Knit
minimum water system. The Council also adopted unanimously :
an ordinance setting rates for
According to the city charter Coun- the new system and a loan resolution I
tail Chairman Ted Curtis will serve as wherein the city agrees to borrow ,
interim mayor until the next regular money for the project In compliancewith i
elution In S' P)qtnler.J9l? ; FrnHA. guidelines.. 't .' r
U'),'" I'r, ,, ,
'Who :heordlru : ,
&'lJ)1IP.1't:. 8 .... ?: wS:;
pr moving' out'rtitn' t : cked;$00 t>> 9d"t irm; : $ 1:m & ih: x- I<\t ''fr.---lOOO ,Itt bfy Ei i fit' i-'Go "ogethers'iAnyth""g'" ; \V'possibte.,>wlthw.-, ,.**,* Mn..1 ,..,,, 4 \

largest system offered the city that $750 per month for the first 3,000 doubleknit. Every print deserves a beautiful r solid color and we
included fire protection and a larger gallons, $1.50 per 1,000 gallons for the' have oth'in( this) large selection/ wide. Machine wash and dry.
capability for future expansion at a next 2,000 gallons $1 00 per 1,000 r '.I*
cost Of $354,800. gallons for the next 3,000 gallons, and .
60 cents per 1,000 gallons f for anythingover 'J

The ex-mayor says the fact that he 8,000 gallons. Commercial rates ;
will be$9 minimum per month for the i y. r ,
be his
moving prompted resignation
may to a certain degree, but the first 3,000 gallons, with Increases ; ,
dissagreement with the current coun after that identical to residential.Also 4
cil over the water Issue Is the primary provided in the new ordinanceare i ', I
penalties for persons making RegtM Yd. ." k
reason according to a letter writtento .
unlawful connections to the system ,At ".. .t, I
the Telegraph. ,'.
Early In 1978 the Department of both.namely An a $300 unlawful fine or 90 days in jailor ", ';!,,tf"' '. ''I 1
connection Is
Regulation requitesthey
defined as any connection made with
city to Improve or replace the
current water system in order to out the written consent of the city. r. .
comply with state standards, and a Ala: persons wishing to connect to I II
June 13 referendum offered Hampton the new system with old plumbingmust
first have the old
voters a choice of three systems. plumbing i
Culminating a long and sometimes approved by a city plumbing inspector
heated struggle between the Hampton The maximum number of userson
the system is 155. r
Concerned Citizen's Council; backersof
the minimum system, and the Connection to the system will be
free if the connection Is made
during I
former Hampton City Council and
the construction period but, after
Mayor Summers, backers of the
construction is completed, a connection
larger system, the minimum systemwon
the June referendum by a 99-28 feo of at least $125 but not less Cord .
Sugar Honey
aunt, than cost will be assessed. ,, ?, ,

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SZ II,100 water system City Council Chairman Ted Carps" and City Attorney
James, It. 'Kegxle' Flynn look OIl


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Two For the Road .,Jt d ..I 1I .. Bradford Improves

5,000-mile Walk Has Couple Road-Weary a In Price RankingBradford

Imagine an after dinner stroll apprehension when this reporter
lasting 1 year and 2 month approached the campsite In New -
After a 2,312 blistering mites. Bill Mexico, only one month after the July County dropped from 48 to. counties art rtouig more rapidly than
and Juaniu Davis of Lake Tahoe departure date, a bear treed Bill and r 5Vth in 1978 In a state ranking of the I here, CMey point out.
California don't have to imagine It, demolished the small rolling cart that cost of living in all 67 Florid counUe, For the second year in a row
they're In the midst of it- a s.uoo mike carries. the couple's supplies while a ranking, on which school funding to MonrottCwnty,in extreme South Florida
walk for charity that took Die Juanita huddled inside the tent based was the highest In the'state with
adventurous couple through Starke un een. School! officials have argued last Thursday and Friday Three months crossing Texas saw is unfair to pay schools here less marketbasket of goods cost 10.37 per-
Strangely enough, the walk i is not the Davlses face extreme heat because of the state co: toi.lIvingratio. cent more in Monroe( County than the
what the Davlses want to be doing drought, and armed robbery 'He 5000 MPLESON The survey shows it costs 4.81 statewide average.
right now. took everything we had. but I don't percent less to live In BradfordCounty
"It's the hardest thing I've ever think he was too bright lie held us up 'O0Tr compared to the state. Alachua County, ranked. as having
done," Bill, who turned 44 Friday right across the street from a Texas .. average. the 15th highest prices in Florida in
said from beside the,small pup tent Highway Patrol station, and we got all But school funding is based on a 1977, showed marked improvement in
pitched at the. Starke KOA our stuff back." although of the price index, the new survey, dipping to 29th.
campground where the couple In Louisiana a group of juveniles and Bradford dropped In the Columbia County has been ranked
enjoyed a rare hot shower and some started a gas fire and wiped out price index this year an even lower 52nd in both '77 and '78. Clay County
badly needed rest. everything except the clothes on the figure was dropped out of the three dropped from 11th in 1977 to 26th in
What then, possesses a former couple's backs, destroying the second .. year average., It means that Bradford 1978 rankings, Duval dropped from
casino chef and his wife to start from cart used on the journey. A foot lockeron schools will get slightly more education 22nd to 30th.A .
Durango, Colorado and set out wheels served as a makeshift I.1 r funds some J7,870, because the
through 17 states on foot rolling clostt, until Christmas In i price Index average is slightly higher.
Bill explains. "We've walked twice Daytona, when the Davlses than last yearForeverybody. county-by-county list of the Price
before a 6,287mile Bicentennial walk constructed their fourth and current _ other than the school Level Index::
and a 780 mile Lung Association walk cart. system. it should be good news that
and various charities approached us Although there have been no serious the state says it costs less to live in County Inoon 191, ""
after I made a public statement. We troubles yet. Bill says he won't leave Bradford County than In 58 other Florida
didn't really want to but we went north central Florida with fond With only a little counties. That is, if you have any Rank
ahead with it This is definitely the memories "The people here seem to over 2,600 miles to (o. walkers forcharityJuanlta and Bill confidence in the state's survey which
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take a well-deserved rest AI.ellu. ".ID 2. 11a..o
at the Starke KOA
last one. I don't think we're physicallyable bo in their own little world, they don't campground. dropped Bradford from 48 In 1977 to. 91,1 I.f II
to walk another one." think about offering hospitality to 59th in 1978. say "141 '2' 4er.d.rd +
The first two walks were sponsored people that they don't know or those Slade Wants The survey, conducted by the state / .611 59 410r.vard
fully but the current hike is digging that aren't just like them." to Relocate Department of Administration, H.20 loJ'I.1. 7erowad 1Caihoun
deeply into the Davis' bank account Bill and\Iuanita did mention at least measured an identical "marketbas- ".N"o
because no sponsorship was available one exception to their rule KOA ket" of goods In all 67 of the state's Chariot. ".51" 31C7tru.
with so many charities involved campground managers Ed and Bette Gas Bulk Storage Facility counties. pry. 5,22 5,71 2.31 Xii 10
"We've gone as far as we can no( Into Perry "These people have been .. : Prices were measured in October C.II/N/ 101. I I
our bank account and we are broke, really kind which is rare In these 1978. Called the Florida Price Level Columbia' 5011 .p
living off of donations now" Bill parts, it seems." Tom Slade Sr. approached the should be moved away from? the Index the survey ranked prices in 101... S I

explains.Close People everywhere will continue to Starke zoning and planning board last shopping center complex in ':'south each county in relation to a statewide Dololo 01."" t >. ., ""..41..0" 5 33Ouv&
to $90.M has been pledged to have different attitudes towards a Friday. Jan I1), about reclassifying Starke.. Slade said he would need at average. Based on a value of 100 the 5J1 10 taeuambia
charities ranging from the American man and wife that have chosen to an area somewhere In town so he can least three or four acres so the large price Index gives Bradford County a ..... It 53PNOIN
Cancer Society to March of Dimes<< leave their everyday life behind and relocate his 'liquified-petroleum gas gas storage tanks would be at least 450 value 95.19 for 1978, Just 48-lOOths of 100.01 57.55 II II 11O.d.d.n 27PrInklln
but Bill and Juanita won't seen pennyof wear their feet out for 3.000 miles, but bulk plant which burned Dec. 19 or 500 feet away from the nearest one percentage point down from the 5,71 11 54Odrhria
it no one can ques ion the value of The board members agreed to look bouse. 1977 value of 95.66 despite the drop of 5,21 II NOIaas
"When our journey is through we S'Ki.iKX! )"going to charities when the trip at several sites Slade suggested. Slade promised he will not relocatea eleven places In the rankings by 100.10. 10
notify all the people who have Is I finally over September<< 3, Including one site back of Hardee's bottle cylinder refilling station backat county, from 48 in 1977 to 59 in 1978. Gull Hamilton "".41".11 II, SJ II
pledged. Since they signed the pledge owned by Slade's son-in-law Charles the present site. But two of the four Since school funding is based on ".0' It 3oHInOr
sheet they are legally bound to send Sale Set Sawyer and one site on US-301 north. tanks at the present burned bulk plant three years: 1976 at 94.0, 1977 at 95.66, ? 1101 20 20'
the money directly to the charity." Rummage The city Z&P board members and were not damaged and could be used and 1978 at 95.19. the local school district HNnana' ""..11<12 SO 51 21HlglI'.ndl 22
Bill said Mayor Joe Warren also will be funded on the of
suggestedthat now, he average HdIsb.rugh H.<12 13 17
The trip could provide the To Raise Trip FundsThe Slade consider locating his bulk Slade pointed out that when he those three years, which is 9495. Holmes 1411 01 44
California couple with some lucrative plant on the west end of the city located the bulk plant at the presentsite That percentage applies to 80 per Indian It I.., ...1,74... 10 1Jackson
fringe benefits, however namely the Parents Group of the Junior industrial park on Edwards Hoad it wasn't even in the city limits cent of the state funds Bradford earns J.II.'lOn 5540 to 40 51
profits reaped from a book about the Reserve Officer's Tralnng Corps "I would like to have something and nothing was built up around it each year. The school system 5543 .43 2.
trek that has already gotten the iJKOTC) at Bradford High is having done. We don't want to go back in The city zoning and planning board receives 100 percent of the remainderof L.Oa .5541 .1 IIL.
attention of several prominent a rummage sale at the Bradford there" Slade said of the burned bulk will meet again tonight (Thursday, the state money it earns, the other Loon.. 102.1S' f 7
national publishers. One publisher Shopping Center this Saturday, Jan plant site on Edwards Road betweenthe Jan. 1) at 7:30: p.m. in the city hall for 20 percent, without the price index Law, 83.1,1.01 04 IS HLeDarty I'
has guaranteed Kill a contract and 17, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. new Community State Bank and its regular monthly meeting. Relocation ranking being applied. ".22 II I.
1,000 complimentary copies Proceeds from the rummage sale the Bradford Square Shooping Center. of the Slade Transport bulk plant That means In funding for the 1978- M.dl..n. '1.60 51 67Manat4.
The Davises have seen both sides of will help finance a trip for the JKUTC J\\, is expected to be a topic again. 79 term Bradford schools will receive Marion 5N".<12 12 11
human nature on the trip which like cadets to (he Orlando Naval Training "The plant we'll put back In would. 95!96 percent of the state funds the 102.21.I' UM..lin 3M.WO1 .
the two before it, has attracted the Center and Disney World. be safer than tiny gasoline plant' In 1 ::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: ::::.:::::::;::.::.::::::::: district earns (94.55 multiplied by .80 110.21 I I
attention of national TV networks and Anyone with anything to donate for this town. I'll guarantee 'you," Slade ** plus 20 equals-95.96). N....., 03,70 J4 .1
newspaper wire services. "The main the rummage sale is asked to take it to told the city board members meeting ;:. Card Of Thanks '::1: In 1977 the county was funded 95.187 011.001.0..0.. "5.81.?, 2S oJ 12O.n. 21
reason this trip has been so hard is the JHOTC classroom at BUS in the office of city Police Department : percent of the money it earned. The .. ".11 .
or $ ... U IiO2caola.
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because of people. !Most seem to be phone 064.8841 or 964-8b99 Baked .. ..:>....... ".',..::>!:: *'m ..........:O:."..",...... 95.!96 figure on which 78.79 funding will ,f.Of 34 to
afraid of us, they think we're <'rai> goods may be taken to the shopping Our recent sad loss leaves be based is 77-100ths of one percentage Palm Pasco' aaach t0241 N.II I 1
and don't care about finding out what center Saturday morning. The Z&P board members agreed to grateful hearts toward us with higher than in 1977. That tran- Plnl".' 100.12"20 N 14
we're really doing:' Bill says local cadets plan to attend the visit each proposed site. friends. Their neighbors and slates into approximately $37,870 Poly' N11 44 IS
Weather has pposed some problems graduation of cadets at the Orlando The board members were expressionsof more money in 1978-79 for Bradford Putnam II." N .SISLJohn1
1 despite the fact the trip was planned training base f'eb. 16. spend the nightin concerned they would have to spot always sympathy be remembered.and thoughtfulness(. will schools. .Lucie .Not.... "..' 17N. 12
around warm weather The second leg barracks there, and tour Disney zone to place the gas plant. Theyagreed The Family of M.C "Bubba" The percentage of funding In many Santa Ito,. 5402 SI 52SNeota
J of the journey! takes the Davises north World the next day. The school board with Slade that the bulk plant Wells counties has risen as has Bradford's 101,12. .

and eventually back to Durango >hut has agreed to provide two' school because more and more counties are Sum S.mlnol.)., 5,54 t7.2I,2 2. '.42..
three mountain ranges, the Itocki! bUSt'S if two spare buses are .SsiePChoo1N'ews' .',.> grading out higher than the previous" SUwan..a .v.1:N.7 33

J' High Sierras..and theipiarks-jilill' JV.,, .llilf. > .;, (. J.J .>.1\f. ..J..Ml :-t.f >II "J .V\ .- ''' ..:SUm: ;; ; year\'bSuptrTam; Casey explains. No Un.on Taylor ."...." ,1 fl.U
have to be "Th Collecting 1
negotiated" J JKOTC Is also Important dale to remember / .w' program and' more successful Years countylgtlre1"'8 su'rtthe ey tb?lt 7l'f( 7a "' .,_.- ".1, f'" 24WakuHa
J Bill knew he and his wife could aluminum cans and old BO'S. Lowest was .
newspapers to Teacher Planning Day, Friday I; ahead Although at South- neighboring .L34 11' i.. 23
expect some trouble on thetrip. but he raise money for the trip. Anyone January 26 No school for children and side certainly will everyone miss Mr. McKin- Baker County at 92.79. Prices in some Walton 11.03" It
came upon a little more than ho w ishing to donate cans or newspapers planning day for teachers.Heprt .
we look forward to
ney working with
bargained for hence Juanita, is asked to phone the JROTC office at cards home
) 111 IS. 1JI-I-6:1:12; : : go Monday his replacement. Miss Myrna Lou
January 29,
accompanied by the Halm FFA NEWSBy I
Basic Skills Report, Grades 1 through Mrs Hazel Williams 2nd grade teacher
UTILITY BUILDING :l is retiring effective January 31.
Wired Floors Effective Monday. February 5, She will have completed 32 years in Esther PearsonOn University of Florida on Jan. 6.
I 'ry b., # Principal Dewey B. McKinney has Bradford County Schools: 22 at Broo- December 8th, 1978, the FFA Judging was done in three different
: i Lights Switches agreed to leave Southside Elementary ker Elementary and Jr. High School !Sub-District contests with Columbia areas.
-.JB1o -_ School for Bradford Middle School the last 10 at Southside We are sad to 'I Union and Bradford Counties participating Poultry Richard A. Smith.
Finances Available having been asked and encouraged by, see her leave and wish her the best for ] were held in the Civil Defense Livestock -' Guy Wayne Parrish
McCULLOCH PORTABLE so many people in the community for her retirement A luncheon will be I building at the Starke fairgrounds Phillip Hinson Esther Pearson Mark
GENERATORS the good of the community to do so. given in her honor and in Mr. Crews. Robbie Harris Randy Merntt
SUZUKi OF 5TF3RKE 301 Sadly he leaves the children parents McKinney's honor on our Planning Winning participants from Bradford Marilyn Griff, Barbara Wehl. Bruce
964 6020 south and staff of SouthMde but he looks Day. Friday, January 26. Ii I I County FFA and their categorieswere Rehberg. and Mike Jordon
forward to assisting Bradford Middle i Pal Southerland Tractor Dairy Randy: Luke Lorrie
,. School toward having an even better Menu for the Week ]1 Driving, 5th place Kevin Elixon 3rd Chappell Richard Knight. Wayne
Jan. 29-Feb.2 I place; John Tatum Public Speaking, Brooker. Donald Brooker. Randy

Wake Monday. Jan. 29Beans..& weiners, I|1st place; Mike Andrews, Richard A. Reddish.

Up to Warmth with !3.,j milk.cabbage slaw applesauce, biscuit, j i Smith Handy Timmy Andrews Gaskins Donald, Pat Bucholtz Wilson., State Teams Judging will of Contest be chosen on March to go to 3rd the at

", Tuesday, Jan. :lOt Turkey in gravy, 'Parliamentary f Procedure team, 2ndjlace University Florida.
Central s rice buttered peas, turnip greens, I ; George Loznicka, 1st, Richard John Tatum, vice President of FFA,
Heat and Air! peanut & raisin cup. cornbread, milk. 'night 2nd. William Gaskins 3rd Wed.spoke a Rotary Club meeting on

.., ,.. ._. Wednesday,Jan. 31-Beef veg soup ,Wayne., Brooker. 4th Farm Mechanics Problems of 10 John spoke on "The
:.. \ : w-saltines, tossed salad applesauce Test. The team placed ;34 out of 84 the American Farmer":
i.- 1i i .i {ji rolls, milk; t cams contest was held Friday,

.:.'l ':..,..,:..'..J._. ( ,;."..'." ,'. '... C.[, Thursday Feb. Sausage I rice w- Esther Pearson, Nancy Bennett Jan.Participants 12 at Lake from Butler Bradford FFA Chapter ..
".7..: \ t,:.' ; omato gravy, field peas. peaches !served; as Courtesy Corps members. John Tatum were:
biscuit, milk. Sheila worked Public Speaking. 2nd
; r Starling Registration
:t : Friday, Feb. 2- Fish grits, turnip lesk pi Donald. Mike Williams. Mark Williams,
\ .greens fruit cup, cornbread. milk Twenty two members attended the Farm Glenn Gnann
.. .. ; 'FA. Judging School held at the at this Management time. test, results not in

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J Is Men Day Obituaries

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At First Baptist ChurchMeet
Mr Neta tit' 7Mrs.
IJ J -. Vera Etten Karri.IH 1,
I I rr ZI Nets Dowlinc Dyar. rz.'er 113
your fnemta and. hear them evening service: at 7'30 p.m. Duncan Vera Elton Harris, age V,. died North Christian Street, Mark dud
hare their faith Christ this Sunday is principal of Bradford HUdt School Monday morning Jan. ft In 9t Saturday afternoon. Jan ;lo. foHowtng;
Jan 2R: al Men's Day at the First and a deacon at First Baptist Vincent's Hospital following a brief brief illness

I Baptist Church in Starke. illnna. a Born December 1. 1091 in Hampton
The child Is granddaughter/ of moved to Starkest M trly
Other men participating !III the Mr.and Mrs. J.E. Garrison o Starke. Mrs.Dyal she has resided dneih Airs.
Chuck Register will preach at tile morning and evening w..p. She WM born July 26. I97 in age w here of th*late Robert
is 1
morning worship service:' at 11 a.m. services Sunday at First Jacksonville.
and Louvenia
\J The son of Mr and Mrs. Lennard Hooney Harris Randy Ie Other survivor Include her Nelson Dowling residents Odgen
Bafi former ? of
Register of Crystal Lake. Chuck is a :Norton, Jr. Len Re' parents, Thomas H. Harris. Jr. and Dowling. pioneer .
I student at the University of Florida. Toole. Charlie Green : Pamela Garrison Harris of Bradford County. housewife and
F He is a member of First Baptist Herbie Green. Bobby Milner fiery : Jacksonville; two brothers: Scott and Mrs. Dyal of was The a Church of Jesus a
Hatcher III. Jerry Lawson aq jthe ..... Stacey McCauIley. both of Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Jim Duncan will preach at the men's! choir. 4 Jacksonville: a sister Rachel HarrU
Include two daughters-
of Jacksonville, and her Survivors :
'., grandparents Thomas H. Harris. Sr. !Mrs. Kthyl 1 Ellerbee of Panama City
of Vu lee and Victoria Harris of and Mrs. Marie McKneill of

I All Age :Bible Study Offered by '3, Churches Jacksonville.Funeral services Mrs were heldWednt.'sday Gainesville and: Lloyd two sons Dyal: Leo of Brooker Dyal ofLawtey :

afternoon Jan. 24. In the one brother ":.J. Dowling of Starke;
two sisters: Mrs Ida Latham of Salt
chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Bavtess Hitfhwav Baptist Church tunity for the people of this community Gary Bement. Gerald Norman. Swartz. Louise Swartz, Julia Ripplinger. Home of Starke with Rev. Gary Lake City. Utah. and Mrs. Minnie
Morgan Rd. Baptist Church, andMadison to study God's Word together." Lillian Conner. Elouise Garrison Charlene Ulalock. Mary Sessions. Bement pastor of Bay less Highway Nuttall of Provo. I'tan.' plus la
: Street Baptist Church are Study sessions w.ill begin January Anna Ruth Johnson. Annette Normanand Pat Lawson. and Frances Baptist Church, officiating. Burial grandchildren 25:>> great
!going t together to. hold a "January i next Monday) at 7'30 pm in the Wanda Crews. Dansby. was in Dyal Cemetery. grandchildren and six great-great
Bible Conference Madison Street Baptist Church and The staff from Morgan Road Bap grandchildren.Funeral .
Bible Study is important for every will continue through Thursday evening list Church will consist of Pastor Ruby Howell will be in charge of services were conducted
age person. Mates Pastor C.R. There will be a class for the entire! James Parrish. Frank Brown. refreshments! :\In Swinton Kelly Crotby TUl'lldaymllrr n Jan. 2:1:1. at The
!Swartz Church.. lie further slates that The combined staff will consist of Parrish Earnestine Underhill, and This "January Bible Conference Is Worthington Springs died Monday.Jan. Saints with Elder: W.W. Jordan
.because! these churches believe this well over 2(1 teachers and leaders Margie( Lamb open to interested in the Community 22. at Lake Shore Convalescent officiating. Burial was in Sanla Ke
lo he true we have! joined our teaching The staff from Hay less tllahway The staff from Madison Street Baptist and other churches are invited to Center in Crescent City after an apparent Cemetery with Archer-Tanner
staff to provide such an oppor Baptist Church will consist of Pastor Church will consist of Pastor C.R attend. heart attack. Funeral Home in charge.

Born In Bradford County where she

************ moved lived most Worthington(If her life Springs Mrs. Crosby few.t'ar" It.I.. RhodniR

a L. !Rhoden.5.1.: of Lake Butler died
ago. She was housewife and
h> Kli/jIx-lhUalkrr COMMUNITY NEWS the! Home Mission. Please cooperatewith SERVICEMAN member of the Bayless Highway a Friday Jan..!19.! at his home after tin
this activity.The extended illness.
Baptist Church.
I'hnoc 9f.l-W I:
women of ML Pleasant Baptist ************ Survivors include: her husband. Horn in Hailord where lw lived most
School to a m Morning Worship II Church at Williston are having a Caw ley Crosby of Worthington of his life. Mr. Ridden wan a viirpon--
COM.KltNKI: :u flTIKNThe:: am. mission meeting! Feb. 25 in Williston \HINK CORP. IIUNSINGKRPROMOTED :: Springs; one daughter. Mrs. Arsula tcr! and was the constable of 'Union
monthly mooting<< of the Concerned Antioch Missionary Baptist First Born Church of the Living! : Crawford of Gainesville: two sons. t-'ounty for many years, I lie'was also a
Citizens of Bradford County is sol Church: Prayer meeting? is held! each! God: Prayer service is held each Randolph Crosby of Maxville and veteran of War II.
tonight 'Thursday. Jan 25)) at 7 :HI Thursday al 7 p.m The Union Choir Tuesday at 7-45: p.m. Tarrying serviceis Marine Lance Corporal Kirk Bobby Crosby. Sr. of Worthington Survivors .include: his wife. Mrs
i pm in the [UK complex instead of will be held at :3 p.m. in Putnam Hall.Nrw held each Friday ul 7:45 p.m Hunsinger.( whose wife. Anita is the Springs: one brother. Mills Kelly ,of Frances Bennett Ithinlon of I Lake Butler
I, the Daj Care H..m11 interested : n..ahrllbpth.1 Church: Prayer Sunday School 10( a.m. Morning daughter( of William C. and Alberto! Lake City; one sister Mrs. Deloris : his mother. Mrs. Beadic Khodcn
I cili/ens are! invited to attend Meeting and Bible Study is held each Worship ir.0:: a.m. Evening Worship Johnson of Route 2. Box 70-112( Mongiovi of Callahan; six grandchildren of Ballard: t three sons I lorry W. lthoden
(.|{0t' ':MHtKKKIMi<< : *: Wednesday; al 7:30 pm Installationservices 6pm. Starke. has been promoted to his and five great grandchildren. and Rolx>rt G.i Khodon of
roumlbreakint ceremonies were for the new pastor Rev A.J.Simmons Free Canaan True Church of God in present rank while serving at 2nd r'uneral! services were, held lIacclem1und: BMI'I''n: of Rai
1 "held for t the renovation of I{.IK gym will, be held Friday at 8 Christ. : Tarrying services are held Marine Division. Marine Corps! Base. Wednesday. Jan. 24. in Bayless Highv ford; three slep- '.hler4. .Mrs.Gladys .
MhmLa.Jan.i.: with :Mayor Joseph p.m Choirs I and 2 will rehearse each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Prayer Camp Lejeune. N.C.A ay Bapt ist Church with Rev. Paul R. Locke of HaiHiver. Illinois
I Warren presiding Other :Saturday at C p.m. Sunday School 1(1( service is Friday at 7:30 p m. Sunday 1976 graduate of Bradford High Graham and Rev. Gary Bement Mrs. Carol Sutherland of :Naples: and
commissioners wore present a m Morning Service II a.m. School to a m. Morning( Worship i 11a t School. Hunsinger joined the :Marine officiating. Burial followed in Crosby Pal Esker: of ('hal'll III11. :Missouri:
\\c h'ipe e\'erv thing is off to a pood Kvenmg; Service at 3 p m.Ml. .m Evening Worship 6 p.m Corps in December! / 1977.! Lake! Cemetery Archer Funeral two t sisters. Mrs. Jean Johnson' of ({afford -
Mart l tor the "improvement of the .Mori.I L'nllrdlrlht"llit; I Home of Lake Butler! was. in charge of und i Mrs. Helen Thompson of
comwiunilv The cooperation of all Church: The choir rehearses at B'3i: Greater Brthlrhem Freewill Hap- arrangements Narkc.; ; six .tirandihildren. and one-
list 'hurch: Monday Tiny Tots great grandchild
citi/eits IS needed. ('ur su(-'-exs pm. ('achronelday before the Yarnrll Promotedto
rehearse 7':30 Senior Choir Funeral services N l'n'IIl'I" SUllcla.10111. '.
fourth Sunday All members p.m. ; \
Church of Grit In ( lui-l: SundaI ) lo attend the Fellowship of rehearsal 8 p m Senior Ushers will Corporal "We. cannot be just if were :21!1 at t the univesido in C'.,11111'
I School iv! 'held each %uJ'1LIal t.;.91, Churches services at Mt. Pisgah at :t meet at H p.m. Tuesday! prayer meeting Marine Lance Corporal YarncllWilson. not klndhearted." ('l'Illl'll'I'llh Hev Keighiy I'fldnc)
.', In MiH-ninn' Worship I II I .uiu in with p m Sunday at ;:::10 p.m. Wednesday. McKay's Jr.. son of Yarnell and Annie Vauvtnsrgusi and Ih'nill I Delaney ilficUilin.
Klifc-r: I II lit Williamdelivering theimvvacf IMrasiinl Grove l'nitf'd'lhtOII..t: Circle will meet at 7:30: p.m. at the! I. Wilson iif Route I. Box I 114. Bui'lal follow ed under Ihl'lh"l't'llolI of
: 'I'WM.'t for r; p m (liuitli: The Young Junior Choir church Hive Circle will meet! at R p.m Brooker. has been meritoriously promoted .1rcherFuneral HONKof l..ikeI'litlcrMarantha !:
with Sister .J IInm\ Thomaspiooidciil rehearses every Wednesday at 7:30: at the home of Mrs. Betha Smith to his present: rank while serving -
presiding Kv 'ninJ( service pin Prayer :Meeting( is held each! Thursday. Story lIouse at the church. with 2nd marine Division. :Marine '
7 :in p in IlIbll'1.111"/ is set each ltiursday at 7 p m. Sunday. School 10 7:31):: ) p m Friday. Junior ushers will Corps Base. Camp Lejeune. :N 0: C. Choir To At First MethodistRoses I
r Tin-Ml.iv, .it 7 p in Sister /Itulrt Fisher .1 m. meet at fi-3i.:: ; The Deaconess Board He received the accelerated promotion Sing 1
pn sidcnt. presidmt Prayer .mrt Klirnr/rr Baptist Church:: An will be! (' Little'!! from the kitchen in recognition of outstanding
pa; ..loral teaching IH held each "Freda activity. of Kbenezer: Baptist last Saturday. Church rehearsal. performance!, duty proficiency and The monthly children's program The Hcililish team tol'uolll'cI( ,| l tl)(- lirsl
at 7 p ID Sund.iv was a panel discussion on the m. Sunday. Sunday School 9:30a : demonstrated professional abilities.Parnell will be this Saturday evening.. Jam( \\ ith a II: lo tl w In. Column thick
tin'olh'rIII'IIC'hdIN'1| I \MKiliuith: : subject Jesus' Church alldIy: m :Morning Worship II a.m. Dinner joined the Marine Corps in January 27 from 6 to 7:15: ; p.m. with full h'i1l1ll.rrr"t the :Miller" IIMIIItoiikithi
HiniHTs will lie sold 'from tlll'I..Il'IK'n' 'hurcli 12:111::!<> p.m. ";\'('nlll'on.hlp 6 p.m. !September l II/IT. This program is for all the children ( second ninic( I 15: tll 1:1.: (:iuiiiu

i :Satin'lioiiiinnniial II .1 m Sunil.iv A musical program is set at from kindergarten! up through nine into overtime J pl.iv (the Reddish team!
Klx'iw/i-r; Baptist tomorrow night years old. The program will I consist of "'IU.1.l'l| l out t ho other I'am u ith a Hi
Fud.iv. Jan 2l>> at 7 pm All + a Bible Story kinging recreation and 14 victory. and won I lie l iufpiiiifnl I: .
11 .w' mmilHTs and friends' are invited refreshments4ffihllJcnforfilkIle4wL. ,
I ". IL''I' ,..nL'lnq' 'crk'rit; "' ... y-..JhJ' ) Study is hcjd..each Tuesday at S; First MethodisuBuilding/To Be Discussed : t ni'r.laaJa( flaying on the Reddish 1.IIII"\\'I'l'
\IIC.liliinl. 11" !I9 I p In Prayer Meeting is each faith -groups' will meet' 'Sunday .fir I )' Ka\os; ? T .J. '('111'\1'. 1'iit.,
., Thursday al (> Mt, p.m. Sunday School \ revised plan for construction of anew The called niootmtt'of. the Charge; evening at the regular time fi p.m. :\I llllu'rr. Steven l.itllo.! 'l'lxlll\c'lIton.\
.! 'Ilk th. I ii..l. Iv ..i.i.d | 1':1110: in only SundayMrs "l-Ylliiwship I Hall will be! presented conference! is not ut the close of Following the snack supper each Tamm.N Donton. Scott folk:>
,' -, ill .I 'II.. 'I 'ued. I : lIiI'is'llnd Mrs. Dolmcm arc Simdav Jan :2H! to memlwrs of Ihel'il.1 morning worship services this group will hold their business Inns Miller Vitkv! Ciir\or CjiinifiiKinos. '
II. 'I O.llllK.. ; 'i"". tilling. i meeting of II ladies IH I rated :Methodist Church Sunday F'rom7lil there
., .. < ages meetings! H p.m. ill Kelly Ciirvor amid ':Miki-
: I 11111 iii ii' I ..; ((01 Feb 4 at F.ljene/er: Church for he a special music presentation in the \\hitron

1 The revised building' plain hate Sanctuary The Maruntha: Choir, from 'l'hl'hlll'r: Tciiinis in.uUup or
already'I lioon itpprl"itlyr:;( the church 1 the l'nin'rit\( i l'niterlIethulllot: ho lollou nm. Jiihn Iennuirk.'hiak

Trustees. and the Huildinn OtmnntteoK.ipidK Church in Gainesville, will present the \\illi.iins. |)onnllaxan.I Elise: .Inhiis
escalating building costs arecausing concert. I'.roll Smith iron;' ( Thornton. handy
I the chinch: lo trim its plans to I Last week! I the two older .\ouch Ko
replace the present Follow ship Hall groups divided into two teams to !Sh.innon.nno l.opor. \\illi.ini
a AGHLE with a smaller nncslnrudlhtion' challenge each other in a volleyball Shannon Ul1I11Innrm 'lliornlon
iI .:' rather than the Iwoslnrluhlitinn. toumament Tram captains were I ton I>oiiton 1'nuthI I)irtnr
originally( planl1 1. Kevin :Miller and Doug Reddish

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.. Jan.25. unl : :

Tornado Wrestlers Improve

To 5-7 With Razor-Close Wins "

Bradford High's wrestling team, Ronald Mathews, t89, Billy Green, PagerET .
oMM.Addled with a dismal 0-& record, 101, and Ricky Sullivan, 108 all JV's
sandwiched two more razor-close who have seen at least some vanity
wfril.around a loss last week to up wrestling action, came away from the
then mark to 5-7 as the past-season tourney with at least one win but none
pears got past the second round of the one
Gainesville High fell to the day event.
Tornadoesteam that now seems to
have\ momentum on Its side, in a' NSB 38. BlIS 23
Thursday night match last week and Visiting New Smyrna Beach busted

at BUS the Tornadoes pulled out a last Bradford's four match win string in a r'. ;:
matchwin over perennial power Clay Friday afternoon match at the Bradford
County at home Tuesday light. gym that was one of the best If-

New Smyrna Beach cracked H not the best, attended wrestling it Lw ,
match of the
four meet win strlnt Friday afternoon. season despite Its 3 p.m. II'I
start 4d
Students, teachers and passersby r
BUS 34-Clay 33 who hadn't seen a high school wrestling J

In a match that was every bit as match all season were swayed to
close as the score Indicated Tornado pay the $1 ticket cost to catch a' ....
heavyweight Allen Scott did the only glimpse of both the red hot Tornado !
thing possible to give BHS the victory, mat team and more probably'NewSmyrna's (

pin an opponent who had one thing on 483 pound heavyweight, ....
his mind: a pin at all costs Robbie Corwln. Stories of the baby-
C Prevent win. faced behemoth spread all around the
and' give school "What do I do now that I've got him?" might have been It I IS' Allen Scott
unlimited match high campus before, during 'ir24'
night'sfinale A
when he locked horns with New
and thinking Smyrna Beach'! 4H.1: pound Hobble
after the match
as people tried
started with the score 3328.In.favor .
Corwin In a wrestling match at BUS Friday afternoon. '
various methods to describe the prep
of the visitors Scott
meaning Scott weigh In a tad over the 222 pound minimum In the unlimited division
had to earn a six point pin against biggest person many of them had ever "
122S while Corwin stretches the .unlimited"\ terminology a bit with hid nearly ,
Roosevelt Williams to give BHS the seen to curious listeners. ton frame :
win or wrestle to a superior decision Corwin had to supply his own -- The New who hat state title
Smyrna junior aspirations, ran his record to 13-1
la margin of over 11 points) for five estimation of his weight because the Tornado Alan Montgomery controlled his opponent from start to finish and when! Scott wan Injured and defaulted early In the second period with the score I i
points and a team tie. BHS scales didn't go past 400 pounds. won by pin at the 3:58 mark Friday against New Smyrna.
(Ml. Many observers at the' BUS gym the Tornado grappler for his !
r Scott buckled the Blue Devil to the The crowd grew during the tense Despite Montgomery's six point win the visiting Barracudas still snapped efforts In taking on the young man twice tits sure
mat with 42 seconds to go in the first match as the visiting Barracudas, BUS' lour match team win streak
period (despite Williams' defensive who entered the fray with a 10-3() team

tactics) and worked for the pin for record jumped out Into early control Summary: 102-Ascher (N) dec. to go:! hut pulled off a I late two point
half a minute. Finally with 12 secondsto before the Tornadoes came back to Bradley 10-6, 109-Pogany go and fans of both squads countingthe take the lead lose it, and then retakeIt. Samons 4-1. 114-Gatien IN( ) dec. and clinch the Tornado win. If i
seconds down aloud the referee .Some of the glitter of the day's final Nugent 9-3. 122)Slocum) (eB) pin Cica- Bell hadn't reversed the decision the i: f
Signaled the pin and Scott burst Into a match between Corwin and BHS rello ::35,130-Montgomery (B) pin Cox ,match would have ended In a 32-32 tie. 301 N. "II' .'W h'
pack of glad-handing tea mates before heavyweight Allen "Fat Albert" 3:58.: 136-Llewellyn (IN) win forfeit "Johnny has really wrestled so well 964-7478
hoisting Coach Ronnie Harris into the Scott a mere 238 pounder, was lost 142-Bright ((13) dec. Luedeke 172. 1-19- lately.." head mat coach Ronnie Starke, Fla. .
air to signal the home-mat victory when the'Cudas clinched the win with Jones (N) dec. llersey 3-0, 158PeteB Harris said of his 171 pounder "I'd
pver the neighboring rivals. two finale ins before the unlimited ( ) pin Williams 5:00: 170-Bell (B) have to say that without a doubt he's !
Before Scott's dramatic win the division but the fans stayed in and McDuffie (N) draw, 188-Yackel our most Improved wrestler, he just ,
Tornadoes had exchanged the lead six their seats to'.watch. the biggest Mrpin( Mathews. 222-McDuffle tNI') keeps working and getting better."
times with Clay, who fell to 6-8-1 Tornado do battle with another junior .pin Swindell ::41, Unl-Corwin (N'win)
schedule that has included nearly twice his size"! '. .
against a default over Scott. Summary; ItilMlupplG( ) pin Green
defending,stilt' !champ Ft. Myers and The two heavyweights stood.jup 131. 1 Sullivan( four other teams from last season's throughout the short match with Cor J-J.iddon (Ii) dec. Nugent 2-1. 123-
top 10.Todd. win the aggressor and Scott biding his 111153S-G1iS29 ? ''Slocum ('HI) pin Curtis 2:18.: 130( -Montgomery SHRIMP.i:
Samons won a decision for time, back-peddling, find.lQOki. g.for ... .Substitute 108 pounder Ricky Sullivan !- (11)) pin Hale ::31I 136-Mon
Bradford at 109 and Martin Slocum's. an-opening. .' '. "started the.UJIS scoring with a Lehe 1m) win forfeit 142-Brlght (181)
pin at 122 pulled BHS even at 9-9. Alan "I was looking to'get behind hlm.but '. .first 'period pin and the Tornadoes dec. Filer t3-1, H-lIel'ley! dec. Tabor
Montgomery then gave the Tornadoesthe he was pretty quick fora guy almost'' went. on to .dominate the middle 10-2, ir!)-Pcte (Bl) dec. Webb 11-0, 171- .
lead for the first time with a 10-1 500 pounds," Scott said "1 couldn't go weight classed and win- ,their. fourth I Bell d m)) dec. Davis 7-6, IK'J-Perry ,01) .
decision. 'in the 126 point match. for his legs 'cause if he fell on me he'd match in a row over Gainesville at pin Mathews 1:07: 222-Strickland (G) 21 Shrimp, Large Fries 69 ., //1
The 'Devils regained the upper have me" That was an understate- home Thursday, Jan. 18, ::25, Uni-Scott ((8) and $2
hand with a forfeit win at 133 but 141 ment. Martin Slocum and Alan Mills (to) draw 22. & Cole Slaw .:
pounder Anthony Bright's pin took it Early in the second period with the Montgomery pinned their opponentsto The Tornadoes have but one more i
fight back to the Tornado side. score tied 0-0 Corwin lunged forward give Bradford the lead and the match remaining before post-season J.'.
Clay was again on top when they and ripped Scott down by the leg with Tornadoes kept it when decision action starts. They visit Lake Weir FREE Strawberry Cone'
won a pin at 149 but Bradford built the his huge right hand. Allen wriggled victories by the BUS unbeatens, Monday Jan. 39 for a 6:30 match.
biggest lead of the entire match 28-21, out of bounds but he was down to stay Bright and Henry Pete, were The District Tournament will be With Big Brazier s i
when Henry Pete won an Injury with an injury to his already gimpy couple with a first-time win by held in Green Cove Springs with Clay
default against outmanned Rich left knee and the match was over, Martin Mersey at 149 and Johnny the hi,t school in a small field that '
Lieno, a 14-4 wrestler coming in Corwin a victor by default. The Bell's late reversal win at 171. also will include the Tornadoes, Made With 100% Pure Beef tl!
against the now 15-0 Pete, and Johnny friendly NSB grappler ran his recordto Bell)) was down 6-5 with just seconds: Pnlatka and Interlachcn.
pell won a crucial and close 7.5 13-1 with the win while Scott's mark I It1yt
decision at 170. fell to 9-3-1. The NSB coach had
Two pins put the surging visitors singled Corwin out. along with Ritchie
pack into the lead before Scott won his .Gatien as his potential state cham

:, i"'u.'il-il fall. ,
Summit 10*.WIIwin(O'feln, Gr...,, J, "*.! who fought to a, 3-2 i if ,
lamoiil (B) dtc. Pcttntm.!, IIKJIcv ICI first period lead before being out-
dec. Nut.nt ".I. 'Ill-Iiocum (B) pin Pluml.y' manned. t
I,JO. Hnvtontgom.ry (a) "oc. Lawls1I' 111- -
Crulchd.lK' (C) win / 143-Brlgnl IBI) pin, Tornado winners against the tough
Holmes !:>f, I41-WIn.m.) (C) pin' H.rwy JiO. Beachers were Martin Slocum Alan ; !
III-P.I.(B) win! d.Hull over Llano \'i a.llial and
..... ChimlMr >.!. IM-MMW.H (C) pin Montgomery, Anthony Bright .
Mathews li4', Mv.y ICI pin JwliKf.ll ,,20. Henry Pete the Tornado "big-four. .J
Unl-lcoH (IBI pin Williams h... All but Bright won pins and Anthony 1
kept his unbeaten sting going with a
Tornado JV grapplers had limited 17-2 superior decision that was much
success in Saturday's Bishop Kenny much tougher than the score Indicates. AN ELECTRONIC NAME BRAND :

junior varsity tournament. .


AU-StarTourney Starts at 6 p.m. ,

Starke', Reno In Youth e o o 00 : I""

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cruised team Thursday:52-38; past afternoon a Lake City at all Lake star boys team from leagues the Deland Starke and in Reno Februaryfor senior The Victor 511 -N Electronic: Cash Register / !:: ''Sa'rt \ 'r ',;' 'f}

City and will host a four team all star. the state youth basketball ) : \
tournament 'at the Old."Armory in championships! Has. A Program That Can Adapted .., t .. .
Starke tonight (Thursday Jdn., 25). '. ., .
action starts at 8' : \, ;
Tonight's p.m. To Your Particular Needs
involving the 1
four games on tap .
Starke club the Lake. City allstarteam
a Gainesville team, and the lij'l
Reno Ravens of the RJE league. \,

Starke and Gainesville start thE ( .
action at 6 p.m. with games following FOR f" \: \ '- \. : *\
approximately on the half hour. Reno 0 it)
clash' in the second I
and Gainesville .
I _.....\, '
game Reno and Lake City in the d"
'third, and Starke and Lake City in the '
fourth. 16 minute halves will be used a
in the games. { PERFECT FOR I
Reno and Starke have met twice Ask .
: .
before with each team winning one k ? '
contest The Ravers won the first GROCERY STORES : .
meeting 61-56 at the Old Armory while Charley .
the Starke All Stars won 78-70 behind SERVICE STATIONSs':
0reg Chandler's 39 points in a second w 'V
meeting at RJE. E. DRUG STORES } ;

Starke 52 Lake City 38
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In last Thursday's game the
stars held a small lead throughout ,

the most fourth of the game quarter and to then claim exploded.victory in This Question: THIS CASH REGISTER CAN TAKE THE SALES TAX MONKEY ,

the hosts. "Spring cleaning should, "
over. Greg Chandler hit for 24 points In include an 'airing' of Insurance OFF YOUR BACK.THAT'S RlfiHT! IT.WILL FIGURE THE 'f,
the win while Emmett Watkins was
good for nine markers' and Chuck policies toIAU'e bQ TAX Fill Y0U PLUS MUCH MUCH MORE. I '
Johnson scored seven. Isam Carter that new risk are t

added a half dozen points. adequately colored :'
T S The Lake City squad led 12-11 at.the without the needleM ." 7
end. .' of one' period. expense of overlapping I. ': "
C1t.rh.iChuCa policies. Doe the '

'..2. Chandler JoMlMn.J....14.-r. Ctwa w....!.. .'.1. Charley E. Johns ; FOR.ALLYOUROFFICESUPPLIES ., : .i
Jo""'n .
'oom C.Mt.... Gary Caller 1 N. Meal local ., 'j,>,
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Roundballers Lose Experience; r rr

I Two Games to FaIIt'. ': ,5-IO' on ''Season. '. .

A high school athletic: team can be EllS 78- 8118 UEatsl.'s For the unranked Gainesville *A James was-a'torce"on pie boards with
expected to grow stronger and more power it was their Mth 17 points and 11 rebounds 6-1 junior ,
experienced as Its aeaaonprogrectosbut treetop-tall continued their and bid sharp-for just two "losses and their Wlftrs forward Larry Harris a star on the :a
the BHS Tornado basketball team shooting Rams win over Bradford. The Ram football team muscled: down
continued to become a younger! less a mate ranking rampaging 78-43 at BHS throughthe Friday been tamed only by second: r8IIIIIIId nine board and scored two buckets
experienced outfit last week and Tornadoes Ocala Vanguard and home-lowI.fi11 while 6-8 center Val Brown was a
dropped two more games as its season night Jan. 19. Gainesville High School /: ''4. defensive Intimidator.
record fell to 510. Kevin Miller. BUS' 6-3 junior center -
three in
The Wildcats, who put men
led the home club with
Senior two-year starter Dwayne with Scott Walker, Pernell last points i
started like
the teens "We out Just the but was shut off the boards by the }
CUmmings was an early graduate
and Cedrlck Condrey time "
Roberts we played them said
I from the high school: and with him no held live a siteQ. taller Rams. Sophomore Charles Lee. (
combining for :32 point, a shocked Tornado coach Warney ,
who limited turned in
Coach saw only action IIT4 I Ilop.
longer eligible Warney edge at halftime but busted the Adklnsoa "We let them build
Adkinson is left with one senior, non- point up!\Isjg< an eight point, seven rebound perfor :
intermission before
after lead us and then we !fern
game open
starter Glen Carter among a thin flaYed mance. 1 Ills seven caroms led the club. :
# their Ocala fans pretty tough for the rest 0 me. Point guard Frazier Bass was the
eight man The Tornadoes were outscored 18-8 But really they're just too taU for us,
second high Tornado rebounder with
"I'm just going to play the young third and entered the tough.r.
In the quarter
four boards to with five
of the Adkinson go points.
kids the rest way
without for
minutes Frazier Bass had
hope Tornado
last eight knottedthe
said before Ocala Forest pasted the Uwayne Cummings had eight points
down 4228. count at basket apiece when .
Tornadoes 58-36 Tuesday night. "I'm victory a he and Ed Hamilton five.
Forest now 7-10 on the season drilled an 18 foot jumper from'the 3
I',' going to start thinking about the outscored BHS 42-20 from the fieldand wing but Bradford then ran dry for
future and giving the sophomores and HI- tl U "I. I..H"
held a 16-6 advantage from the four minutes and Eastside .
nearly .
I juniors foul line. bunched 13 points Into a fast-break.
a soph and Carter) a chance to get The Tornadoes started five underclassmen log pressing spurt that jumped the -Mc01o..1.15| ,Jenss>.M,JmM'l7.rwm y
schedule is the ..,
better The our I. Nan1114 .
way HIM H. WllllamaI.1
juniors Bass, Miller, Curtis I
of the with Forest. margin to 152. Dwayne Cummings ,0.1015.N,Owtorm.n.1.T, R.binssn.l ,
I a rest season Shell Ed Hamilton, and one bucketed a crib shot with an assist 2, tray lol.H .
I Buchholz, Kenny. and Live Oak we'regoing sophomore, Charles Lee in the loss. from Glen Carter to break the East- .- Mlllur 4.J.I 11. Himllton,...., lass 3-1-i, 1
I to take our Gainesville lumps anyway.Eastside Miller scored 12 points, Bass 10, and side string but at the end of the first tnill,!...>. CummiKM 4-.., L..4-.4, *amn wi
w Eighth-ranked .41 C nw ol.t Hauls S-IS.
Shell six against the Wildcats..r.dford. quarter the racehorse Rams led 23-11
I clobbered the Tornadoes 78-42 Friday and the game was never close. The Tornadoes have just one game _'
: i night to start the week of cage Most of Eastside's points came on next week, against tough Bishop r-1- -i. -

misfortune. ....4-J-IO,Mil''.'1!.12, Hamilton crib shots, either after their press Kenny at home Tuesday Jan. 30. The ,. :
O.Forest 58 BIIS 36 I....IMM H-4, L..1.!-4, Roblnton. t-... Malllt forced a turnover, at the end of a fast Crusaders already have two wins over

With only two players juniors .>.. Carl.r..0. Rabortt, ToUli 9-4-10 ,: ckwim .,.a. break or following an offensive rebound BUS on their own court. The Torna .. 1
Kevin Miller,and Frazier Bass double Condr.y (-..., .. Walker .-..II. Print 1-44,. by their 6-5, 6-3, 6-1 front line. does fell 59-71 in a December regular vvov-
figure scoring the Tornadoes justdidn't T ylor 1-0-3McQulQl-l-I.Col.mtB, I-O-J. .Hamilton Point guard Aaron McGlon and 6-3 season encounter and then were The Scoreboard tells the story as Tornado Glen Carter one-hands! a shot Friday
p .. wl 1.0-4
a. M.
forward Ron James both honorable blitzed 51-78 In the finals of the BK
t': have enough firepower to stay waihlngton,..1, 1 night against Gainesville Eastside.
with host Ocala Forst in the second mention All State players last season, Christmas tournament In Jackson-
their third Bradford II 10 0 I 20ca. / shared the scoring load for the win ville. Game time Is 8 p.m. with a 6:30:
and in
half BUS
dropped a at the
game TH-42
.t' row. .Par44t 14 II I* IS.I0 ners. McGlon got most of his 19 points JV game preceding the varsity con- The visiting Rams led 5 .3o.ith! 6:57::>> togo and finished on top

on slip-slidin fast break moves while test. gym.


x BHS Weight-Men ImproveIn

Second straight VictoryTornado .

weightlifters took first -570 total and heavyweight Tornado ,.

place in seven, of eight divisions to Allen Scott went up 25 pounds to 460 to : -
r bury Lake Weir 54-17 Wednesday, win. f
Jan. 17. at BUS.- Head Weightlifting Coach David :
The win was Bradford's second in Hurse pointed out the Improvementsthe a ..
as many meets this season. Bradford lifters showed over their ,
Bobby Martin Daryl Thornton. Lin first meet win over Eastside and
f Davis Mark Jones, Timmy Jones noted that Marn Loftis a ninth ''i'iGIORGIA
Randy Thompson, and Allen Scott grader, came on to score three team 'l
came away with first place showingsin points with a second place at 123 in his I
the easy win. first official competition. 1' / 1 1 II I
Martin upped his lift 15 pounds over
last week to win with a 285 total In the Summary: Bench press-clean and
114 pound classification. Thorntonthen jerk-total; one number total.
jumped his season best by a full RED SWEET
25 pounds to 300 for a win at 123. Davis .114-Martin ((8) 150-135-285( NugentIB d FIRST OF SEASON 1S\
was pushed to a 20 pound Improvement ( ) I 3()-145-275, Black (LW) :270. ,80.s POT AJOESORANGES
and a personal best 420 total in 123-Thornton (B 145-155-300, LoftisB TEMPLE
the 132 pound division. Lin the ( ) 12575200.
defending state champ at 114 poundsis .132--Davis (B) 215-205-420, SamuelLW 1O $100 @ 4LBSIOO
planning to lose five pounds and lift ( ) 235-180-415 Lightsey (LW) 370. FOR
in the 123 pound class soon. 148M. Jones (B) 240190430.
Mark Jones kept the Tornado Jordan (IB) 240-190-430, Monroe (LW FRESH CRISP I .:.
winners parade going with a win at @'
148. Jones and teamate Mike Jordan 385.165T.. Jones ((8)) 280-240-520( Moore t r-- .D.IITOSH 3 BAG FRESH aFOR '
tied with total lifts of 430 pounds but 245-225-470, Carper (LW) 410. '" FLORIDA :
Jones won because his body weightwas 181--Walton (LW) 285-215-500, .
below Jordan's pounds to 147. Jenkins (IB) 940-230-470.( llildebran. AP E.S ,69, !R RUIVII-oO I
Timmy Jones then claimed a second c B 1 23.200-430.( .g
straight win at 163 with a'520 pound .1'98-Th m jj oII'u"I( r .
lift. The Tornadoes actually swept the Champman ((8)) 220-195-415.( TindaleLW OPCODN w ;
top four spots in the 165 pound division ( ) 410..IlvwyScott.
w ith Alton Moore taking second with a ((8)) 235-225-460, Hope ALL PURPOSC FRESH CRISP
470 total and exhibition lifters Jay (LW) 420 Sawyer (LW) 420. BA449c I FLORIDACELERY
Griffis and John Bennett coming in YELLOWONIONS YOIM
with lifts of 425 and 420. Griffis' total The Tornadoes met tough I :
marked a 20 pound improvementfrom Gainesville High School at home >
last week. Wednesday afternoon and host Ocala 1 ""
The visitors claimed first in the 181 Vanguard Wednesday Jan. 31, at the FRESH 4 c STALKS 5 9 c
pound division before Randy Bradford weightroom with a 3 p.m. MUSHROOMS
Thompson won for BUS at 198 with a start.
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I.f ,, e PfillHp Sawyer drove the MM .UM ..
Eastolde Friday ngMt i of tip-in baskets in botb totals. to put BHS up 35-W at 8:30.: E8'S ,
orate Forest on tlw roMl ... y Bawym'numbered 17 point*and five McCray tied it 35-35 at 590.: With the ,, r
night !in a week termed maybe the rebounds with arev a far eleven game knotted first/ Bradford, then ,, / 31 31a
best.of UM season by JV Coach Bob shooting performance Worn the field. EasUlda called time outs to plot final If' .
Haacock."w As a team BEtS hit W tor 48 from' ) the minute strategy.Sawyer j'V r {
e played two I good, smooth geld, a 44 percent total, and 19 of 30from was called for a blocking .
HBte till aweek" said Hancock after the foul lim 00 percent foul at 5:15: and Eastslde's Steve l j
One romt win raised his club's won- Bkxxiworth bit the second of two a
lostmark to 5-8. Hi t II 14 U'MOf charity shots to put ES up 36-35 at
4 ii II rw. ."; 5:06.: the teams traded baskets and ', I'I

BHSSO-O.Fored31 aNt*MMIMi.->4),tiwnrM-l,H.rrt 1.i. the lead twice until Dwayne McBride ,, '} 'i i ,
Crashing offensive board play >,rlNnr f-1...McBrMt-*-*.A4rM1. 44T.t.4IMJW. Stole the basketball from ES' Mervin

stalled the Baby Tornadoes to a slim ,, rwtHf. ,Traitor..*-*,VMtMlw' ,IJ4 Jones and Jones,stuck his hand in and 'I I zel
early lead and solid 2-1-2 defensive ,MywtM-l,lm.l{1J-4,untvrlwM.IJ.Mm was called for a foul. McBride sunk R I
play enabled BIIS to break the game ,...", T...U t1.n- 7.Eastslda44. the trontend of the one and-one situation ii : d
open in the second half for this their to know the score 43-42 with t ::37 +
win in the last five outings.. left, but missed the second shot '" '"ur
Bradford was up two points, ZD-l9 ..B1134a Eastside missed two shots and
at the half but aggressive board Calvin McCray of Gainesville McBride stole the ball for BHS wtcouldn't i r
work especially by 5-10 center convert the basket Finally
soph Eastside the net with
stripped a 2V "
Kevin Reddish and forward Phillip BHS and Eastside tied the bail up, ,
foot set shot wi th one second left to nip
Sawyer lead with BHS controlling the tip then J
the Bradford High junior vanity
to aw comfortablebmerg 1 let BUS basketballers 44-42 in a closely fought calling-time with 52 second left. on the I

build in the contest last Friday night Jan, 19, in clock. ,r '
BHS used and good judge
patience 4
fourth quarter.A 1
sticky zone defense was also the The BHS 10-2 gym.Eastside Rams opened a ment in working the basketball ,; 1i1, ""., :, pi ,.,, .t{!' C/'i/r'f 1
instrumental in the win as BHS outscored around to get the good, percentage '' ''' 1 f
14-8 first period lead. But BHS closedto I : 13
the hosts 16-7 in the last stanza. within one point, 19-20, at the half shot. With 19 seconds left the ball was ,. t Bradford JV forward Phillip Sawyer; rakes the defendv boa rd for one of:1'; o::1 t
Forest managed just one field goal in then built a four point, 33-29 passed to Phillip Sawyer who was in 10 rebounds In a Friday night loss to Gainesville KasUlde In Starke.+ >.I b
the last period. advantage by the end of the third. the open at the baseline. Sawyer Despite Sawyer's board play and 12 points the Hams won their 10th game I:] t'
"We played good position defense In period. quickly drove the baseline and Dwayne McBride of the Tornado against two losses u..N. f
bucketed a backhanded lay-
the last quarter Hancock noted, Eastside won the fourth quarter 15- pretty JV.In while tries In vain to slap
"and we had a real good effort on the 9,however, to edge 44-42 past the BHS up, but got so excited he forgot to a shot by Gainesville Eastslde's away J:
boards in the second half. junior varsity cagers. It was the dribble the basketball before 'he Bloodworth In Steve time in the near future. BHS is still Eastside 2 of 6 from the free throw
"We went into a delay with about second game in a row that BHS went started moving. BHS turned the ball. ,the Bradford High Friday gym.night action at making JV mistakes of course, but line f I
three minutes to go, that's the first down to the wire and lost The JV five over with 19 seconds remaining, still playing well enough to beat most t
time I've had to work with[ a stall,"' was beaten 62-60 the previous week In Eastside brought the ball down;". junior varsity teams such Kevin Reddish led BHS scoring with I
the JV mentor chuckled, recalling Live Oak. BHS was set up on the Eastside end of" Oak and Eastside fives theyhehalve 17 points and Phillip Sawyer added 12. ;.
that big late-game leads have been BHS mistakes a traveling violation the court giving Eastside the length of' on us before we Start winning said recently played the coach added. Sawyer Reddish and Kerry Fisher
the court, and McCray finally took his each had 10 rebounds, and Tim Harris
almost non-existent for his club this and an errant pass which went rut of Coach Hancock after the game.
long set shot and that was it SMS s it 11 t-a had Seven rebounds Reddish kept
Hancock his playing
season. of
the end the court, and two quick says charges are .
!HI 14 t It 11-44
Reddish finished with 23 points and Ram field goals at the first of the "That's two tough ones in a row. 1 hard tough basketball and he hopes BUS In the game In the early going .
10 rebounds on eight of 12 field goal will start mina their rdlor4. N N. HarrO04. I"a with six of Bradford's eight first J
fourth period allowed Eastside to tie wonder If the season's going to run out things way some Sawyer lw
..,McBrMl-l.|,Mrk4' *!>. ...ntl/.h H-l>, period points .'
OmWr l-l. MIHl4m 4-4-4, RiiKMIiXi lie, 'oJ f!
.McCoy 4-4-4,Wll.rll, Mill M4. Point guard Mervin Jones l led Eastside ,
JO with 17 : !
.tart.*.1-4-1, Yet.....-1_ points mostly on ,
accurate outside shooting when the ,
+ BHS was 19 of 51 or :percent from tough BHS 2-1-2 sagging zoning' ;tJ :',

11 e the field. BUS was '4 for 10 and defense could not be penetrated. s,! :.

o- /: 11 .1 e ra a sa 1e JV Girls Up Record\."to ,5-2. :;. ij.'f' ((1 rl rlThe I..

Lady Tornado jayvees ripped Hankerson added 13 as the Baby Tor
BggNT YpUH OHEgM TAPES ATYOUB FOOD Union County SHein their only gameof nado girls place half of their six f
3f FtOd TO R CEiVOOOM FfiCK INFtXflON FIQMTBR CERTIFICATES.iF last week to up their season recordto player squad In double figures. f
QOQO FOR MERCMANDISB ONLY, I $-2 and keep a three game victory. With only one substitute McGriff
ttm&vtrt a CUM.WS IXCUHMD mott r1lrrlelrlTlgxl. streak intact. '' was forced to go Into the four\ corners .1'
4>MP1ATION rMHTm CaATadC1Ta/ lttwaazlul rbNhl110 rABNlalrto!r uw.TN The junior varsity girls will try to offense late In the game to avoid run
(AM IIMISI/eaa IMIUTIM flaitTU Cllllf ItAT IS rap IMaT *. Itft.CENTER .'
when face Santa Fe
keep winning they ning up the score, and the dribbling of' .1
at home SaturdaqJan. 27. Tip-off Williams and the passing of Hope i 1
"i time Is 5 p.m. with a varsity contest Jackson who had piled up six assists .; ,'
c following the JV game. earlier kept the ball In Bradford's 'it
possession for most of the fourth ?
GREAT BI1S52.UCIIS1 quarter, when Union managed only ,;
t Starke's Janet Williams scored 12 two Olnta. fOonclla
first quarter points to lead the Baby Cummings scored to points
., Tornado girls out of the starting from the Inside to lea*the Baby Tiger '
...... / blocks fast at 21-0 and Union's JV girls girls, marking the first time she has t\ .
I i could never recover falling to their hit double figures this season and ,
.. GROUND BEEF WITH sixth loss in as many starts. promptingCoachMarlanWalmsletyto 4
HYDRATED VEGETABLE PROTEIN ? Williams finished with 20 points label Cumming's performance
L : while leading the JV girls to their fifth best game she's played all year.' i
# win in seven starts. a came in which UCH J4CHMMI, T.-4-4, jKkM. ...4-4-. rr.c-
\ -. ." it Coach Jerry McGriff attributed Ule tar 0-4.,'w_. It.li4, Cummlimr O>. I4I4KHnhl ,- P
"I' \IA2AH 4-44C! '.y UiHi. CMmM: h,4-H4I1I' I
) +J rAiii L w. .. -" lop-sided margin to the fact,that'" 'Vw.' nfr+..,....rraux I'lh!WI' '..naarapNk'INr vaNr 4
U1.0. .. .
Just out-quicked them. WIIII..I. 0, 4h11 NNN.41d .
LP' L C.0 FLASH FROZEN Mae Hollis added six In the 21-polnt .t/,H4nk.rf.tl4-il'l>,Lop..44..fmltft
GROUPEQ8UNNYLAND first quarter as she got feeds Inside lr1.1. 'et..I4-.P.|
s r time after time from the driving UCN. 4 4 4 7 14
LVKU DILI NOaAIELbC' 1 r FILLET Williams, finishing with 10. Tracv aNt >! I* 11 14 flOrookor '


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LadTornadoes.. Romp: Past Utjion:: 57-28 MM* 1

The Lady Tornadoes were blown out IHl-. .il.y H-!). WUM m.a-t. Cor''.v l 0- It 12 load and continued the rout InItjc outscored the Lady Tora..4oM46 to M WarmingThe i
4.aim H.1.Wodv 44-*, lorry' 747 Cl.ndl.rtl third from the field while Bill got Utt beat
by St. Augustine on the road Wednesday .I'.rUnkorwflt-t-t. Jan. 17, but came back with a J. W,, played two itowl quarters the( c of it from the free throw lit* by a UK8
t I' rout of their own over Union County margin.
I Monday night to make their season Janet Easley was the only Bradford
slate 4-6. girl m double figures with 11 potato
The Bradford girls take on Santa Fe while Theresa Woody added eight
at home Saturday Jan. 27, In a 6:30: point and Sandra Darley seven
p.m. game and face Baker County at tallies
home Monday, Jan. 29, with a 7 p.m.
start. BH'. 14 /II M
s st. IA'. I. 11 II 14 M Bench

t Ill IS 51-VCIIS 28radford' INS .ley"'.11.WIIIIMui-M,Dirlcyt" r t I Is
T, lift I.1-4. WMy 34.5...rry 144.CftwMIW.
Janette Easley scored 1,)*, ,*,., 12.t13k, mm _m twin.IA s
eight of her game-hIgh 21 points in the JaniM. t-S-l*. WIN."... ...... ,.,-...
first quarter as the fast-breaking '-''2. Ford..!.,, O.vl> *.a1. p nm>M*
t hosts Jumped Into leads of 6-0 UHI.r ,.' .l!1..WHIM..-.. ToUll 1.->. J.14tM.i .... 1tCrywn. IJ.Meek.Lr e.1i
and finally a halftime margin of 33.10 s
!r. in winning their fourth game Monday '* The Lady Tornadoes have two With Buddy Collin
night In Starke. t next week both tooooctooooSpoooocxsNotes
I sir games at home. SantaiFe's
of shots from
Kaslcy: hit on nine 16
Lady Raiders. will come to town Bench
for From the
the field and was a perfect
Saturday, Jan. 27 The JV's
three Lady from Tigers the free who throw fell line to 2.9 againstthe with faction off 5 p.m. with varsity. tip squads the Starke't favorite son of football, Larry Brown, '65 BHS grad was limited<<; by
the loss. Easley and Valery Chandler : ''fjneetintf at 630.: 'Monday night, Jan Injury to only a few downs of action In Sunday'. Super Bowl game but he u be
both had big first halves at the : ,'.' 29. Baker County comes to the BHS wearing another SB ring Just the same. Larry whostarted as a tight end for the T
expense of the UC full court press Zk .;;t7'. gym for a varsity game at 7 p.m. Pittsburgh Steeler world champ In '76, was called on to go a couple of plays at
which was repeatedly dissected for "" '1'. offensive guard In Super Bowl XIII as the Steelers won 3531.
layups. Chandler finished the night j., He didn't start Sunday because of a recurring ankle Injury that knocked him
with 17 points with Theressa Woody \ "" j 'f' L New Pop Warner out of a starting tackle slot early In the season and then was reinjured after a
adding eight points, all in the third f' !''t... couple late-season and playoff starts.
quarter and Janice Berry contributing : ., :; Larry was a champ at Bradford High too. At 6-5. 240 he's only thickened up
six points for the winners. ,. '. ,'..: Officers Elected the already tall frame that helped the Tornadoes win a state prep football
Ann Hiddix was high scorer for the ..... ." :. : championship In 1965 his only year of high school football. Kansas was his next
Lady Tigers She ended with 15: .1.... r' New officers for Bradford County's stop for four years of i college football and Starke's only pro has been with the
markers and scored all six first quart : :. Pop Warner football association were Steelers for all of his six year play-for-pay career.
ter UC points to keep Union within Lady I'ornado Janette Easley, with ball had a hot hand In Bradford's ,r elected at the group's regular Larry' parents Willie and Louiza loaded up all of Larry's six brothers andlisters.
double digits. over Union County Monday night. The junior starter hit for 21 points before*ll',u meeting, Jan. 9. ,Jimmy Lewis Adrian Anthony Bernard Lamar, Shirley Ann, Caroline
ting out most of the lecond half In Bradford's 57-28 win. :*>'\:; David Bennett Is the new President andUnda Louiza, along with friends for the weekend trip to Miami that wasbotha
UCMJBHS 4 4 4 >. The other Lady Tornado pictured is Janice Berry ':'y'. ..with Michelle Parker, vice-president, chance to c ''Larry' play and a family reunion.
14 I' ItUCHS p ,1'1"J \4, Jean Morris, secretary and Christina "We lot to be with Larry all day Saturday until his 11 p.m. curfew and then
Hcwis treasurer. Sunday after the game" proud Willie Brown beamed. "lie and his wife had to
Wolk'n..J. PtrrlHt. 0-0-0. Kottrt I I- first and last) and two terrible Next general meeting will be In May because their children (a
H Biddin. 4 0.11.wttatt 0 o-o. MCOIII 000. Jack. SA 58- flUS 36 ones fly back up to Pittsburgh Monday morning at 10 a.m.
ton i.0.>. Crawford 1..4. Tol n l>.4-il. A sloppy performance in the middle said BUS Head Coach Jerry McGriff,/; with selection items of on chairman the agenda and including boy and a girl are stillup there. The Steelers wouldn't allow the kids to come
early "
periods led to the Lady Toroadoe's "They got 40 points out of threat;;< down to Miami.
Fire Burglar demise against St. Augustine Wednes- seniors and just took it to us In the- registration.The The elder Brown said he expects his son to visit Starke in the Spring, when

DON HILL day night, Jan. 17, on the winner's second and third periods." #..II 4 he'll stay-at the US-301.south.....home.....of...his...parents.............
home floor. The SA seniors McGriff referred to
SECURITY sm'b1SROlldonll. 'The opening period was a tight one were Brld who bucketed clt'v with the highest ..When our Society Editor Gladys Mooty told me she watched every play of
., Comm with the Lady Yellow Jackets easing 19 points, Rhoda Kearse, 1$ markers population Is Shanghai China Sunday's game I stopped network 'gets such ",
FREE. ESTIMATES into a 10-8 lead but the second period and Iva Wise, six points, who fueleJthe with naarly'.:JJ millionInhabitant stupendous ratings on the Super Bowl.I.verybedywatches it. .
473 3549 Collect was all SA as the hosts blew out to a Lady 'Jacket offense. The winners! *. .;W< Credit Pittsburgh's offensive fine with 'fending off the Cowboys' blitz to give .
r . ,. Terry Bradihaw time to pick his spots. A lot of open spots show up when :
I, ,r r .. receivers like Lynn Swami, and John Stallworth are running routes against, >.
:i. man-to-man coverage. Both clubs blitzed repeatedly to hurry the opposing All.
Do You SCnow About : Pro quarterbacks and the tactic made Bradshaw and Roger Staubach look goodon
> most occasions. As color announcer Merlin Olsen noted' "Both teams. are.'
,N trying for.the.big plays defensively; and.its killing them:" . '
>. .e..e..d.e..a..1. .

: The double color announcers for NBC did a pretty fair job I thought. Olsen .t.
and John Brodfo were on top of a lot of plays before they were called and the
THE BRADFORD PRINTERS former San Francisco quarterback hit on the less-than-pinpoint button when he
said it would be a "high-scoring, close game", '
Mark down a double star fertile Gators and Charlie Pell for their football \
recruiting of the last days. In signing Gainesville High QB Johnell Brown 6-1, ,.
188, and Jacksonville Wolfson RB Deralrt William., 6-0.190 UF won the services '
of at least Florida's two most recruited backs and'maybe the state's most '
recruited high school players period.

QUICK PRINTING ? last Both year.may end upas running backs,a position where UF sorely lacked quality.. ;

......Still on recruiting I checked on a letter Florida A&M sent me to find the
Rattler's 27 signees to date include none of Florida's most highly sought 16 but
two of the state's 38 blue-chlppers, one red-chipper and six other"best of the
II II Il Ifi 1ll rest" type athletes who were probably being recruited by major schools. The
q,I IF HOT..LET US TELL YOU HOW YOU blue-chippers ("Bure-Hre players") are 61180 defensive back Wellington
Williams of Miami Lakes and 6-3,235 defensive tackle Nat Newton of Orlando
,4y Jones. FAMU has also lost a couple of players they signed to big schools with
l'I CAN GET YOUR CAMERA READY COPY. later signing dates. Val Brown. DT of Gainesville Eastside, for instance, left
'" the Rattler fold for UF,and 6-3,200 DE Ervin Wright pf Jax Jackson signed first ,
: l' ,. with the RaUlers, before<< .dec' II.g8..on Yanderbi! .., .iJ:1/: / i,rarlwnrd I Ir
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the men in stripes during his club's 72-61 loss at South Alabama Monday night.
It V COPY WITHOUT CHANGES 'Printed In A Hurry.) The fiery first-year JU boss rarely mixes his words anyway and he reportedly
had some choice ones for the referees during and after his Dolphins were
whistled for 24 fouls to the Jaguars 18 in a battle for the Sun Belt. Conference
AT Lod'M'' Punches flew a couple of times during the game and the February 10 rematchat
'. the Jax Coliseum is already being billed as a feast with. theJag's
the main course.
:: Former Ocala Forest prep star Ed Rains led SA to the victory by the way.
LOiPRlOES: The slender 6-6 forward hit on 11 of 13 foul shots in a 17 point, seven rebound

l'rf,, { ,. showing.I watched the Gaines fall at the alley against a splendid free throw show by
Alabama Monday but the UF crew couldn't blame the officials for this loss, '
'''; j.\ '. rather it was attributable to a four-baskets-in-successton splurge by the Tide ..
I' : after halftime that left the Gators playing a catch-up pressure, fouling defense -
: ; ; the rest of the way. 'Bama hit 31 of 37 charity tosses with each swish deadening .
.J : the raucous Alley crowd. '1
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[ Remember the old line about the Southwest Conference has two seasons: :
,i, .. \i) o-b",.. football season and the off-season? Well that doesn't hold water any more, the
2 : f : SWC has three teams in the latest AP college basketball poll and not a con
," ,I r' : SAVE ference in America has more. The SWC Southeastern Atlantic Coast and Big
r 10 conferences all have three teams rated in the latest top twenty with the Big i v
II a r ..\ winning the nod as the toughest to date because all three of its reps are in the
t'VV' 'r IIN top ten,!Michigan State.4. Illinois,8,and Ohio State,9.

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Linebacker Coach Joe Kines! of the p.m. at the Starke Elementary School ,I,1"
University of Florida the man new cafeteria. The players, coaches and
Gator Coach Charley Pell! says will cheerleaders from the 1978-79 )!
call the team's defensive signals next Tornado football squad are to be
season, will be the guest speaker fortonight's honored. f" .
annual Bradford High foot- Tickets are $;I for members of the Na "'
ball awards .banquet.The sponsprina AM Scoria cittto Mid their I .
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In"Jr. boys 1msketbal1 PlayEvery :; : :, ; !

team\ won once and lost once M.wIN tI Im1.152.17.. TYMS ..-.L T.yler ," b
In the balanced Jr. Boys: Basketball .0-'. a.'IKT 4lt.KWcHi '
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League sponsored by the Starke' Tummy SMWtll
MllcKMI !....., J.N.rt..I .-0Lakers ... 't
Recreation Department aa the '
standings remained the same Lakers : '
atop the 1o- ? year ,(".league chart. -Celtics 44
Kevin Griffin fired home M points to _
Celtic 12-: ..,,'Wlt.:1t4.: lead the fakers back victory and y{
The Celtlca jumped put to a 134'lead back into command of first place 1
and held on to beat the Hawks Tuesday afternoon. : 'I
Thursday ,Jan- 18,, with three Robert Bellany added 11 points to (
players'i J:4tJ: a J11ngyubl'4IgurJj In the winner's cause while the Celtics t
got 14 poirlts.:4rom. both Daren
"scoring. ;, ; I '
Daren Chandler 'Had 19 point for Chandler and Charlie Pelham and a l ( \ ;
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the winners while Shaun Jackson hit dozen, point from Shaun 'Jackson. 1 1 .1
for 14 and Charlie Pelhanj for 1K Levi'
Simmons bucketed' 20 markers. for the .l..*...ri....|'.0-2.'rlffld; 1.1-14,...,. S.II..y s-'..It..II. .'j
hawks Ctlliltl CII.,,,..., '...!.. JiChKK. >.*.11, BUS freshman Todd Jackson pop* up a Is loot Jumper
Clllc thandlvrlH. >Uh.n. '.|...I3.Hmwtiti .. Miham. / '..'<, 001.0 2.4-.. Monday nlghUA similar shot by Jacksonfonr nights earlier gave i
.Iha'" "-," Currant StendhgN I' Cahlr4'Q1. Tornadoes a 33-31 win over Baker County their first victory of the l
A Oon" ti 1J.. Tries l-. /i Tylwlel. ,, Celtic.S
."immon, 1..4-10. Daln.y 2.... 1', 0_I., HAWHl 4/. KnMKI.3'. BUS' number 20 Is Kenneth Griffls.

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The last (place Knicks dealt the Bullets Up Down But Still in First in 6-9
Lakers ,
league-leading only their '
second loss of the season in an over ;
time game when Roger Jefferson In a wild and wooly week of small entering the last period and then hadto points to pace the ,
banged In a sudden death field goal to fry basketball the Jazz upended the hold on for dear life as they upset ...... J.".ch.. ..-..,R." ,: I t
a end the hotly contested game Bullets pull Intoa two way first the Bullets to move into a shortlived'tie M Jain, Murphy .., timint. .- ; I,
Timmy Tyson hod supplied'mosof place tie with their victims but then for first place. .. WIIII.m1.41 ; i I
the Knicks points before Jefferson's were upset themselves by the third Alonzo Williams pumped In 12
goal and ended with A game high 28 place Nets to allow the Bullets to stay points and James Martin. hit for 10., I \
points while Simon Mitchell:Added 10 In first place for the third week In a points for the winners while John Bullets SI -
markers for the winners. The Lakers row. Manning 10 point showing was. high,
for the Bullets. '" '.. A,'i The league-leaders t 'f!
were led by Kevin Griffin and Robert
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track with a crushing \ a
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who both finished !is
.Bellany. with
18- .4q.M.rlln4.10.mNlldea.n
J... Wllll m.' Rockets Monday '
points. The Nets spotted the wlnless Rockets !."- Akrltl..2..4.Mtlti I \ i
Knlcku Tyson 11-."*, MKchall |...1o. four points before taking chargein .. Cakvrn .-.-.. Mannlnt ....1., Armory. ; !| I
Chuck Coburn and ::d
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JatlarMn Simmons
$ orNOn.e II.. Ballany ,...II, the second quarter behind the combined for 31
....r..n l-O-a. Hampton I l-t-1, Jackwn 1..M.lUwkgilKnicksI7 shooting of Johnny Jackson, the Bullet charge while j Ii!
game's high scorer with 14 markers.
: .. Manning added an I
Levi Simmons netted 22 Willis Chandler hit double figures Nets 20.Jalil" each,
push the Hawks past the Knicks points in to alight with 10 points for the losers in the The Nets. the only 6-9 year old team t Willis Chandler was j I \
Tuesday. Jan. 23, ballgame at Wednesday afternoon game. to win twice last week surprised the the losers with eight : tl
the Old Armory.Rickey N.". Jackion I...>, J. Jackxn '.. Jazz with a strong second half showing .ul.Ui Cikurn '."", J. > :! \
14. Murphy t-0-1 *mint l.a4.Hocmti. > ,,
M ants 4-416lm mono j
Gainey scored nine points to dump the losers out of first t
WIIINmagrCh.ndler4-4-10.Ora y Rotktm Cnandiar .-...
for the winners, who led bv a scant iro-l, Hamilton 1..2. place. i* t i i'-\t\
three points entering the final stanza. Johnny Jackson's eight points and;, f;$ 'I'
Timmy Tyson was high point man for JaxzZH-Bullets Bret Bement's six led the winners Current Standings: B l
the Knicks with 19 markers. The Jazz built up a six point lead while Alonzo Williams bucketed eight 6-3-1 Nets 5-4-1,


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The first place cavaliers held their Hubert Berry 18; and Kent Hood. '13 for l hit for 24 points for the losers ''}Oted 18'points and : '
lea KUe-i*lead-'''by surviving ''another the losers. N.9..Hi ".....n I J-t-M, Crnky. pr. a4 lidded 16 to lead the :
close game with the Warriors but the '0N1.r1' .n".r'' 24.7.51.Tiy1jt-I; ,San5$*-'-J'. Oyal"l-o-l,... .,_.-.-.. Sowaikim *- ,,' Chu kJohnaon netted'r"'r i'
highlight of the week In the Stark e' ,'" 'IIamM'4H'."hmNm' i-b4''C.rdr .. .": 'I I .4.I.1454 .I
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. fJ'06\ 'JiMr.raNNW.a.ry24AeaM..d. "M'L..u 443 an M/4pahl0"1.1-41. \! 'f! (lnle'lJanlcIJ"J5' for; ( ? !
Recreation Department's Senlbr.BeysBasketball '' ":
Ty..n "'-11. 0u:-.II F4-11, Flmrn m. I I2..2McaWr.te'; ; ,, / Warrloni nary 4-4-10,
League was Greg Chand- ; 1..IIn.l-.4.Trtonn...",. i
ler's 53 ,'point show for the TrailBlazers Warriors Warriors-Nuggets 54 fc
Cav's 52
second '" .
'INu1/au Johnion ,
: The Warriors pulled into a
The league-leading cavaUe'nipped .-" 1..-", Davit. H-l, Chan' a !
'Blazer 74Wa rrlors 70 place tie with the Nuggets by beating
the Warriors 19-18 in the fourth them at the Old Armory Monday Current Standings: :
Greg Chandler took complete con quarter of a game tied entering the afternoon Jan. Warriors 3-5. :
trol oCt the game-ftr the fourth quarteras final period. 22.Hubert Berry bu- Blazers 25.
he led'' his,,team ck'fronanj,18'.,, Both teams put three men in double ;
last deficit to a shocking
point period
figures scoring with Emmett Watkins -
Jan.victory 17.Johnny.over the,Warriors Wednesday 16, Chub Johnson 13, and Kevin Class In First Aid And CPR 'Will Be
c Griffis 12 leading the Cav's and
Boswell hud 18 points, 'Larry Long 18, Johnny Boswell 12, ( )
,'. and Wade Pelham, 12, leading the lOllIng Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical
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.... ..... ... ... --,. Sham CaVfc.,. >Johnson..., Watklnt 4-l-li. r..ia, MtOuHIa IK, Starting Feburary, 1979. Class Will Meet On ,'
01...., >.*'. ;
,. .". warrwnt ..rrv *... ,.111. And Thursday Nights From, 7:00: p.m. 10:00: 1
.1 SoitMil *-.!>, f.<*.m Mrs. ". '
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': .r.;,'!.,,: ,, Nuggeise'1-'Blazers3a Class Is .Limited 15 StudentsYou: May '
Chuck Johnson spliced the nets for
Course Of First
This Now
Upon Completion
30 points to lead the Nuggets to a 67-50$
,. decision over the Trail Blazers Friday I
I afternoon the Old Armory. Will Be Offered. I
BRADFORD Donnie'Banks added 19 points for Information '
the winners. While. Emmett Watkins For More Call j jI

BASSIMtASTERS The Bradford Bassmasters will I '" (!! ( (! (! t

and Lochloosa, Lakes' :. ,:,," {:' ': '
return to Orange i
Saturday tournament.I ,'January. 27. for the monthly : 'i1JU?(] ill(E3LJ9E' ( ( ( ( { (!)(

think it Is a good(time of the year to '
fish these two lakes although it Is alsoa I

River prime'. time. "' to ',fisH the St. Johns ,rnrnfJfEl3l(} ] tJ fE( rn( ,' t

Boats will be :launched at Angel's
Fish Camp oh the east shore of Cross l / :; t
Creek,with the tournament beginningat
7 a.m.. and ending at 5 p.m. t

this The' tournament weather will be we'a' pig could factor have in '. Florida Bank at Stoke] \

awfully nasty weather on the 27th: '
January' and y February are usually ... Will : J
unpredictable: ;

Earl Muse won the December '
tournament on Noonan's Lake so I'm ;
will be those "spots"left '. .
sure he flipping 1: > '
and right. :, .' OL I4" ; .
W.T. Smith sporting a new bass
rig with a 90 H.P. Mercury hanging on \
the transom. He 'says he is. tired of, ,
eating; dust and says he plans to run 7"0 Animal Rate
out front t. sd all you cats had better :; ; ;1 :
watch out or'get.'>ashed out". .. {, ,
Welch fished Orange fake.NewYear's 'I!
baas Pat; .using Day a and 10 inch landed worm.several nice 'f.'. "' -on 8. Month Certificates? ', ., ': i ji:

.have Edwin been Johns landing and some his wife nice Johnnie bass, in :' .;., .@), .,', .r. ... : .I'

Kingsley Lake. Rates Guaranteed To Maturity On Certificates 'I.Issued '
Prime bass fishing I is at our f finger ,. '/ ,,,', ,,," ; :
tips. If you like to use a shiner now is a' '
January 25th Through January 31
prime time t to fish the deep holer In
Rodman or most'any Jake where you I
can locate the deep drop These Certificates Are Issued With A Minimum InvestmentOf
off points. Myself I don't use a shiner'

but when It it is comes a very to productive outsmarting'method those $10,000; They Are Subject To Existing Penalties ; i

lunker this base.Al time. I.would like to.:wel ()inf'01/' Withdrawal: Loss Of 3 Months Interest And The Payment t .

all member to the club I'm-not :
new '
sure of the names so r went spell any Remaining Interest At The Passbook Rate .
out. We as a baser club,wish eath:04.: ;;:. ; ... \' I"' : )

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, I ll, I-:Ii'.II'lh'rrrry and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday LAWTEY and Mrs. Pansy Knight of Mtxvf In Hospital. In Jacksonville on Sunday
1''MIt'111t.JJlIU' : : at 7 p.m.SMYRNA. tile afternoon afternoon. They also visited her bro
I MISSIONARY t ," Mr. and Mrs. Heritile Kelly vMud ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
I CIR'Rl'll ACTIVITIES: BAPTIST! Worship Services 11 a.m. their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. JImmie Hogan and a niece, Mrs.
' l'UlIltt'1i OK GOD: Sunday School and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45 p.m., Prayer visited her brother-in-law and Mer Mr. and Mrs Edward Roberts and and Mrs. A.P, Mailman of Keystone Leila Durham of Jacksonville.
j' 19 a.m., Worship Services II a.m. and Meting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and sons and nephew, and Mr*. Italian Heights,and their brother P W:Kelly,
6 p.m., Prayer Meeting and YPE family on Thursday afternoon, Norman spent the weekend with their of Winter Haven. Fla. while there. We are happy to learn that Mrs. Dot
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. DR. Brown and son and family Mr. and Mrs Randy Bennett was able to come home from
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday family were supper guests of. Roberts and daughter and enjoyed a Deepest sympathy of the St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville
School 10 a.m.. Worship Services II SCHOOL MENU: sister, Mrs. Wyolene Day and soon rabbit cookout and listened to the community is extended to Mr and on Sunday Jan. 211L Our prayers are
am. and 7 p.m., Training Union 6 Jan. 29-Feb. 2: Keith in Jacksonville, on Sunday ballgame on Sunday. Mrs. Leo Dyal and relatives becauseof with her.
pm. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 MONDAY: Hamburger gravy on night Mrs.Connie Mosley, and children of the death of his mother
pm.FAITH: mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Maxville, visited her mother Mrs Mrs. Glen Shuford and her mother Mrs. John Tye, Sr., attended the
BAPTIST: Radio Program hot biscuits, butter, milk. Worthington Springs were dinner Harold Eunice, on Friday and they Mrs Hester !Hicks, visited her sister, BP.W District Club Meeting In
,. WPXE Starke Dial AM 1490 FM 106.3 TUESDAY i Turkey w-noodles, peanut guests of their sister, Mrs. Pierce visited her sisters, Mrs. Llnnle Harris Mrs. Cora Hodges In St Vincent's Gainesville on Sunday afternoon.
at 8 a m Sunday. Bible School to butter and jelly sandwich, green Crews on Wednesday.
r am. Worship Services. 11 a.m. and sweet peas, pineapple upside down Jeff McClellan visited his grandparents
I I' 6:30 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday cake milk Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.on I
6:30: p.m. Pastor A.E. Massey. WEDNESDAY Hot dog on bun Tuesday afternoon. HAMPTON AREA NEWS

I, t'lRSTI..IST: Sunday School mustard, ketchup, cole slaw, peach Mrs. R.H. Futch spent the weekend
9''45 a m Worship Services 11 a.m.. crisp baked beans, milk. with her daughter, Mrs. Ola Starlingand
7:30: p m. Training Union 6:30: p.m., THURSDAY Salisbury steak w- her grandchildren Mr. and Mrs.
I Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p,m. gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, Larry Norman and Rhonda. by Dolores !Meng Mr. and Mrs Williams Schaub of teachers on that will U they desire.
f GRACE UNITED: : MKTIIOOIST: pear half, hot rolls, butter, milk. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilkercon Phone 4C8-IB1S .' Crescent city also attended. Mr. and Report cards go along home
Sunday School 9:45: a m., Worship FRIDAY: Hamburger on bun, of Ralford, and Mrs Morris Carter Mrs. Otis Leech of Owensboro, with students on Wednesday, January
r Services II am. Methodist Youth mustard, ketchup, lettuce, tomato, and children of Starke, were Sunday Bookmobile Stops Kentucky, also enjoyed the afternoon. 31.
Fellowship at 6'30 p m. Sunday night pickle, french fries, cookie delight, dinner guests of their parents. Mr. Here Each Tuesday
Choir Practice on Wednesday 7:15.: peaches, milk.I'EIISONALS and Mrs. Rowe PrevatL Happy Birthday Happy Birthday
Bible School Study Course at the Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Starling of The Bradford County Bookmobileserves Mr. A. C Dennison celebrated his Bradley Snow celebrated his 9th
church every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Starke, were Sunday dinner guests of this area every Tuesday from birthday 18. birthday on January 20 with a
on January
The church has a nursery for pre- : their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Charles 12:30: p.m. until 2:30: p.m. at the Post decorated cake and family party.
school children during worship services Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sanders and Starling and family. Office. VbiltorlMr. Happy Birthday to Jill Powers who

family enjoyed an outdoor barbecueat Miss Brenda Prevatt spent the turned 7 on January 24 and to Rob
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday the home of their parents, Mr. and weekend with her mother, in Starke.Mr. Senior Citizens Meet and Mrs. William Schaub of Powers who celebrated his 8th
School 9-45: a.m. Worship Services 1 II 1 Mrs.G.W. Jackson of Jacksonville, on and Mrs. J.E. Mclver of Ocala, The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Crescent City spent the weekend with birthday on January 24.
a.m. and 6pm Prayer Meeting Sunday afternoon celebrating their stopped by to see their sister, Mrs. met on Friday at the City Hall with 22 her sister, Mrs. Josephine Fontaine.Mr. .
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m, mother, Mrs. Jackson's birthday and Wilma Wainwright on Wednesday. members attending to elect officers and Mrs. Otis Leech of LUNCH MENU
I.ALHPTIST: Sunday School their sister-in-law Mrs. Maureen Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach, and socialize. Owensboro, Kentucky arrived last Jan.2tFeb.2MONDAY
10 a.m., Worship 11 a m. and 7:30: and to his E,''; week to spend some time with her '
Jackson her aunt Miss
daughter Mariaah'sbirthdays stopped by see Eliza yn Vaughan was unanimously Jan. 29 Fish bun
on ,
pin Prayer Meeting Wednesday beth reflected sister, Mrs. Viola Lefebvre, and the '
Terry on Saturday. president. William Lahn
cole slaw, French fries, pear half,
night at 7:30: pm. Henry Spell family
Mrs. Virgil Griffis of Palatka was a Mrs. Anne Young, David Barnes, was elected vice-president Josephine 'Mrs. cookie milk.TUESDAY.
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST: Sunday Sunday dinner guest of her mother, Eugene Barnes, Thomas L. Barnes Fontaine was re-elected secretaryand Mr. and Francis Meng Jan. 30 Beef aroni
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School Services II celebrated their 31st ,
10 Worship
am Wedding
Nellie and their mother attended
Mrs Wilkinson and her sister, the fun- treasurer.
a m and 7pm. Prayer Meeting Anniversary by dining at the new green peas, garden peach
Mrs Daisy Boch eral her son Johnny Earl Barnes at Games were played, refreshmentswere
Charles cobbler, biscuit, milk.
Rev. Starling
Steer Steak House in
Western Starkeon

Wednesday 7pm
I Miss Lynn Whaley spent the week Middletown, Ky., on January 15th. enjoyed, and a sing-along was WEDNESDAY, Jan. 31 Pizza
,o Pastor. ROAD BAPTIST end in Tampa, with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Jesse Starling of Bartow, conducted to the accompaniment of January 17. carrot stick, buttered corn,.
MOItCAN : and Mrs. Tom Whaley and family. spent a few days with her daughter William Lahn and his mandolin. milk.
Sunday School to am. Worship Services IIAMPTON ELEMENTARY NEWS strawberry shortcake,
Mrs. Pierce Crews ate dinner with Mrs. Wilma Wainwright and other Next meeting of this group Is beef
1 Veg.
11 a.m. and 7 pm., Training THURSDAY, Feb. -
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and relatives. scheduled for Friday, Feb. 3, at 2 p.m. butter sandwich tossed
Union 6 Prayer Meeting peanut ,
p.m. Planning Day soup
Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Worthington Rev and Mrs. Charles Starling and in the City Hall milk.
Rev James salad sections,
7:111: grapefruit
Parrish Wednesday. PastorMWTIIslDK: pm Springs, on Saturday and they visited family, attended the Bible Conferenceat Out of town guests attending this Friday, January 26, is set aside as a FRIDAY, Feb. 2 Chicken pot pie,
their sister, Mrs. D.L. Shaw of Trinity Baptist Church in Jacksonville meeting were Wilbur and Marie teacher holiday. Students will not health salad beans fruit ,
: Sunday Lacrosse In the afternoon. last week. Rev. David Brown C grove of East Liverpool, Ohio, who attend school that day. Parents green milk.
whole wheat rolls
School 10 m Worship Services 11 wits ,
Mrs. Wayne Chesser of Maxville, also attended the conference. are visiting their parents in Waldo make appointments to consult

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NEW On sale Thursday Gainesville Corner Drugstore who
LOW visited Cadette Troop 520 last week.
IIEAGLEI! Friday & Saturday
PRICES! ["* She is available for other troop meetings

information., call me if you want more

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Just look at these great buys! Save up to 45*! for Saturday Starke Seniors.was Carolyn a very Eaves exciting day' SCHOOL Jeannette MENU Prescott:

Mexico was the theme for the Senior January 29-Feb.2
Planning Board meeting and Spanish MONDAY: Hamburger, lettuce,
could be heard everywhere. Also tomato and pickle, grapefruit section
overheard was the comment, "This is bun, milk, french fries.
MEN'S BLUE DENIM an event, not a meeting." TUESDAY Baked ham, candied'
JEANS AT A TRULY The decorations in Fellowship Hall yams, turnip greens, fruit cup, cornbread
at tha Methodist Church were very milk.WEDNESDAY.
I AFFORDABLE PRICEI! festive including a Cactus Pinata. The : Hamburger gravyon

luncheon menu Included chili, black rice, peach cobbler, green. peas.
'.i )III : 4..88 / .beans, pumpkins\ ,. torltos, Klan, and rolls and milk '
H*-11' salad. Very good Mild enjoyed by all, TlllIRSDA\"It. I4dEdr halves,
I / SI? Games from Mexico were garden salad, buttered corn, cinna-
100% cotton denim In/ertem
s I I I i styled with flared !leg, lots of IU 0 1 enjoyed All this sets the mood for the mon rolls, milk. '<
+ I I h + pocket*, contract Hitching, bartacked 7 trip to Mexico now being planned by FRIDAY: Fishwlch. coleslaw, fruit
\ V ..29-38.and with many (union extra the Seniors for July. bars, black-eyed peas bun milk, hot I

yP V Thanks to Beverly Baker from the grits.LEGALS. f l

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EAGLE 30W-40W OIL Vi-XM1 VINYL HOSE AT A BARGAIN PRICEI 77* A !' D..dlin. lot insertion I ITu.'d.y
noon precedingThurtddiy
WAS hoe 44<= 3.f2 94' !::4 96 BAVtl.OO WERE MC SAVE11% G AND COUNTY.FOR BRADFORD FICTITIOUS NAME ( ion before public I l lN

Premium non-dateroent motor Huvy duly 100% vinyl Kan- ..*..._ molded plMlle won POLE JACKET_ SAVEIWERE I i MEN'S CUSHION Pursuant to Section 'Minimum charge $7 00I,
OH a i.nda.ngln.Il 01. proof wild bras coupling. snap d.arwn with buck Dd II CREW SOCKS, s 86509 Florida Statutes, I(0.,11 Word)
Each word ,
7.8 8 SIZES 10-13. SAVINGS AND LOAN notice is hereby given that lOcenti over IS t
Daniel L
the undersigned (INot
Two-button collar back yoke ASSOCIATION OF r.sponsibu, lore r
Earle, Sr., 4633 Crescent
w/nyton mean breather a elaitte/ GAINESVILLE a errors when given over f
want .......Color. 8.M.L.XL., s WEREJM t corporation Plaintiff, vs St., Jacksonville Fl., 'the phone or when copy,
LARRY T. HENRY and 32205, doing business Is> not typed and brought,
( MARY D. HENRY his under the firm name of "B /lo the olliceNOTICE
QEAOlt 1 A 1r" ,AYE 1.. wife, and FLORIDA ft D Coffee Service, 4633 -- ----
Crescent St.. Jacksonville -
fir i BLUE DENIM banking corporation, Fl. 32205: intends to
f 1 JEANS S-18 Defendants. register said fictitiousname OFINTENTION
t LOW PRICEDI under the provisions

,eft 1 4.88 NOTICE OF of aforesaid TO REGISTER [

SAVE2.00j GAVE 1.03 WEREM I \ Daniel L Earle Sr., NAME
;j S-PC.NYLON LUGGAGE r J SALE owner. Pursuant to Section
18 S& G) *Q WHITE HOUSE PAINT SPRINKLER AND SPIKE, Publics notice is hereby Dated this 18th day of !>865.09 Florida Statutes !
fr.C5O T January, that
8AYE21" given that pursuant to notice Is hereby given
g nylon In bkj*or WAS WAS I"u.o and In strict accordance Starke Florida. 1/18 4tpd the undersigned Don & i
opening b
164M... 17-..M, 16"-7M; coat ..trior (*!.. .hou** Pulsating prmklar. won spike SAVe 1.DO SOYS'sML Judgment of Foreclosure Starke Fla. 32091, and '
10 t..a;20'-lW:8.141.10. paint tar stucco,*IO.2 Ql... bue to Keep ("rmlyln 1>1-. 'SA 19 1 1 ,GREAT SUYIe this cause on Donald R. Wilson P.O. I
MEN'S VELOUR SHIRTS CASUAL PRINT SHIRTS : January 15 1919. the Box 152, Hampton, Fla.
2 p-3 undersigned as Clerk of ., 32044, doing business
WERE! 88 WEFtE3 96 said Court will on the 13th under the firm name of '
.11. WERE if*f3 NOTICE OF
; day of February A.D., "BRADFORD BATTE I
s l* v wood grain. but Screen-printed potyetter. nightly \ INTENTIONTO RIES" 838 N.
LIon 199. sell the following Temple
J irk,,. Som*Irregi.,S to XL.' tapered ityte, Men'a SJ to ilL fa ,1r REGISTER
described real property Ave., Starke Fla. 32091
situate in Bradford FICTITIOUS Intends to register said
County, Florida to-wit: fictitious name under the
A parcel lying and be- Pursuant to Section provisions of aforesaid
'i ep0i i t! ing NWofSESec >85509, Florida Statutes statute.
r tion 22. Township 6 notice is hereby given that Don E. Champion
I GpQOBAVF ,, South. Range 20 East the undersigned Maxie Donald R. Wilson
more particularly Carter Jr.. 1710 E. CaR owners.

16" SAYE 1.DO 84vga.oo j described as follows: Street, Starke. Fla. Dated tNa 25th day of
+ Commence at the SE 32091. doing business January A.D, 1979, at
i SUPER BUY, SYLVANIA AM POCKET RADIO FOR TIMELY SAVINGS ON corner of the said NW: of under the firm name of Starke.Florida.' 4tpd
SE'/4 for point of beginning 2115
WAS 1.77 WAS 2.88 7.88 SAVFS% /8A From point of 1710 E. Call Street . .. . . .
44? := SAVI1.DOT. ., beginning thence North Starke, Fla. 32091,

*.... tan flash thO!. In rapid Solid late circuitry pintleee WNte mmrSIS on Wadi .last WOMEN'S SKIMMERS BITTER MAKER TOPS, LADlE....JEANS 330 feet thence West 145 Intends to register said
llr*.guarwitaad by sytv_ with tiMely c.rryhg.tr5pg ,_dIepIey.In-._ AT ASAROAINPRICEI A TRULY GREAT BUY GREATLY REDUCEPI feet; thence South 330 fictitious name under the
I feet thence East 145 feet provisions of afore said
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Ii '0 Wyss.1.88 WERE nV ?R e4.88 to point of beginning. statute. NOTICE OF -
Marie Caner, Jr., INTENTIONTO
Smooth vinyl upport*low tw.M* Stratcn poly/eotton knit rounded ChoIce of.,,....lilt loadwl won REGISTER
Boot lining.ew. -, S-tO. neck. Met. paatei. MlMU'S.M.L. lacTtfie axiru.AMonad sass FROM any existing road owner
right of way at public Dated this 11th day of FICTITIOUS
11fRPt auction to the highest January A.D. 1979 at NAME
o00o out w bidder for cash at the Starka.'Florida. Pursuant to Section
.. East front door of the Ml 4tchg2/. 885.09, Florida Statute*.
Bradford County Court- notice la hereby given that
, house In Starke, Florida the undersigned! Yvonne I
tAYfUPTO45* during the legal hours of MOBILE HOME V. Hlnety, Ftt. 3, Box l 889 .
I frpwEt* lAMOMANK sale' to-wit: 1.00 P.M. Starke. Ra. 32091.( doing
I ALCOHOL 411SA same being a legal sales ;siyjeie PC LI 5 business under the firm Ii
day and a legal hour of name of "SAMPSON
VI! 1", VALUE PLU8I -MHT(Umrl 4) WAS 4/1.14 .AVIf 1.DO SAW % __AVF_ ale, 100 *Mr> LAKE FISH CAMP", Ru

24 OZ. WAS 13 i W George H. Pierce, 999 said fictitious narrw under s
WIIIIE49c MCE 3 98 RARSArs "l 0.S.a.4.\aid./ weM2.94 16.94 North Temple Avenue, the provisions of afore- :

JumbO roll 01 12S Wowjo ctr w Wrttfi cotof il wen, tlOz..8pfinO.1. .mats brand In _'* Sturdy duck upper. non etlp Qoodv.*> suit oornlnjcllon. Starke, Florida 32091. aid statute I
Wises,$upw.b.rbawyt g___ana,patio nandlaa.DISC M..p kintial. WAIl" T-w._'**.'o,boy.'''. ote*. May 7. .,_'* t tO. S"upe ra, orapa so4., 7-11. Attorney for Plaintiff. Yvonne V.' :
Gilbert S, Brown Clerk owner.
Circuit Court of Dated this 26th
of the day of
312 W. MADISON ST. STARKE FLORIDA Bradford County, Florida. January A.D. 1979, at
11182tchg1a5. Starka, FIorIdII. ,/25 4tpd
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-NcrnceoF stone ca.'c oak on Mid day ..tOR: ;)Al i
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.. SHERIFFS SALE on the prarnlaaa of the I I" ', ', ,-. .. ... .. ,
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Bradford: County Jal I IvnM \ I BACK DOOR SALE w.., .
Ni tloe is hereby gtven offw for isle. and sH.. \WAMtED'; : : ; fr1 18t <. Alleo. Rood, Iolt is : !

that I. Dotph E. to ttwj reghast bidder for Ot. :IUt ;f ;, t,0.I'RS::.. .H, All.. right. .. Boiler ,..
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shartff of Bradford cowh In hand the above '' dot Friday aol ..,.,..., C)
County RorMn undarmd dMCrfaed property of said GOOD PRICES<<: PAID fir TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX Bl'LLDOIBR: WORK Lei.leered. NIAGARA (: Y ,. .. OMASSAGE 1211 I.tier Bd. l..kf. IIS.OliACHITA LREAfX
by virtue of Witt of defendant to the ood ....... ....... If Mortnn Wed to mel ....... rofrl., dltekee, ret, reed* .kede, <...1..,
I* 1/4 Mid or __. Strelor. .,.... 100 Oreog* ..redod. Claaa. loedflllwooted. ..... keed. oollei tell .. .
Eon, to-wit: foresaw Execution. N. Pod A..h. Pkeao BASS BOAT,
OLIN $ MOBILE HOME 0.IT. ltS .., ...,... ,..... Hella.oderf. M*.7 SI. I/ISicbg Geloeivllle write HaiNW T1-I7 SSlh. Drive Selee, .....1 ...!.. electric ".1.... "'
SALE. M4-SB09. Opoa 1d t4440St. *12* tl 4 I/SS. all motor I0. .hp Jaheeeo ,.. : \
Elocution bwued out of Ootph E. Reddish Sheriff .7.....It.,. ..Ie.... ... eervlce. I/IS "'II'11.. till ,...... ...... 41*.(OSS.IS .
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Courtly Court of Bradford BndfoKJ County. Florida. "lt*i' FORMS - ---- I / Tfcbg.HOUSEHOLD. .
Florida /ill 211 WANtt6I'M.bll., ...o NICE CLEAN: ior.ioh.4Sri. .. GARAGE .ALEFld., U3' ARKF 11 OR IDA
County pursuant "tctIg deal k f ejeeHNod .... -- -- ----- -
to a Final ..!.. sad U.... WIB pick .".' iktoo. Urf* r.... cad Batord.r.dvSoe4e Y... ... Seterdey. I/IS, I/if ITEMS t
Judgement for
DuPont OLIN'S MOBILE HOME .bath.. FIrst lloo>. ...... t.4Sell. loel'e Weed (Ira L..,., so. Alias Reed. Modi* complete. .bode, el.k cupboerd Uncommon, Uncompromlsed, Unquestionable
Mining Employees It... Ils.ReAbrolo 1/1& cletke sad mmmf .
-6608. Ta | .
SALES. Opus U..u21. lipd. acm relrlgefeter
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Credit Union and .
days "..It. ../c.... -- - room eette. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
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against Willard G. Browning .. -.- VILLAGE I ..i'AIP'I U: Seeleeatlog two dialog ..1. cod .It. ..
APTS.t I BR. ..4.,. loroUklote. ii TSUCR TOPPER, F.. two recllewg ekelr. PbeooSS4S7SO .
defendant. In! 0o
the eervlog Short ....1....... leeorktod, SOPHISTICATED COUNTRY Yet In town on
WANTED: USED SPINET AC.: .. .. welled Starlit sad IIS N.Cbereb: SI..
amount of $2,067.68 & i5ttr3Jean PIANO. ...... .14.440.. ,...... pelle, elletreetperklec. .orrooodlog SLeyoleoOi.,..., C... llkli, SIOO. Roipeeelklo. ........ llpd. "/15. paved street perfect blend of nature U luxury

together with costs of I/IS Sl>k.| '". 31 t W. Weikloctee ." .n". el eew *'hf...r ...... le cot II terse ploeel, - -.- -- --- cathedral ceilings big glass windows S percent !
collection. $*.-..* Reel to eell' sad parkial lotul ..,.lrl.. lr>e too ....t. 'b... tS4-. PLANTS, ........ 55.. .. .
- -- -- interest on mor'ao.IMPRESSIVE
Have seized and have in .bolero S .... TF .... ...U., .al.tia, saphalt.Fr. SOS, llpd IIS.PENHACOLA berry. pleoto. .kere-rool.
TOP CASH PRICE PAID ---- ---- .. ..ll..l.l. rk.>. ..... --- -- -- -- - U.&11 opt A....... UII... SO
my possession the following Prayer Dally for Spiritual FORi Col. Sterling UeoUl NICELY rURNISHED two. $465 I/IS 'yYl.h.PAIISITTING .. a CLOVER ..." opt$ ....,...,It...... CUSTOM BUILT Lake Suitor .

described personal Help and Guidance Cold RI... GF Scrap .b.dr... h.. ..., SIS W. - -- HAY lor eele Large .kelee.HievBir St eeelo do.... Mr. R.P quiet elegance brick :1 BR 2 B CH&A t aero of

property to-wit Jewelry ckelae Optical M<4Ueo Si, N. pole, ee -- DONE lorllllicd. .1.1... Y..... M....81. Ills klpd fenced, landscaped yard fruit 'r.... t
1910 Ford 4 dr Sletar Jean will bring you Fraaiee Wetck B..... ETC: ckHdroo.. ee ...... eelle. oBooet el it.IS per kele.Ceretr t/s.
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poeoa of mind. Through Pkono J.R. Apply le SIT N. W el-
BuDligtoa 944. ,.... - -
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Power Ol Prayor.TtuouQhClod 6250.: Uei. TFckg. eel 81. lied I/IS. $04L.. illS Ilp4. LAVING HENS: red eodwhile. EASILY MAINTAINED CB 3 BR 2 B CH&A on \
ON5I HI 39012 l>> .. I/SS. ........ Grove, St.
.SIMer Joan'WiH Help - -- -- ---- Searing
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:"" ; ':, TWO BEDROOM MeSh.h..I.oa.atry. .
As the property of the You. 7"" f j 't : ...... .44-. -- -- ---- COAT ...-;<..-.,. .klllf, Itpd. 1tS.iliillll. t
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PRIVATE CONSUlATIONS priced .1'. brows
.. .. '1\2., 144-SISI. Hod IIS.FURNISHED ANONYMOUS ,,, ,,,
above named defendant ; J 'OJ" f ...... 0644240. llckg 1/14. '"' ,'. ."..... ...... Intriguing excellent farm where horses and '
end that on Monday the Phone 782-3991 .. .. ., i r..... 9644148 or : .
p < ; ; thrive 120 of high beautiful
could acres
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ALL ARE WELCOME ( Mobile k. 'N-4Sd d..... .
5th day of February. 979 BUSINESS FOR LEASE: I. ceeelrjr. By ..... read FREEZER. lO.ekk tool,* : pasturelandfenced ft croscfenced overlooking a I

8..... .,.".. ....,.. ee US 10... I.'. Reeeeeekle ro.i.PS. 8KWINGMACHINES'" .ede kf ...... ....11.. .. :,. winding creek perfect spot for children too. "
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N - -I SOI I. Stereo. For ..1..... ... "71-4&01. llpd /IS. REPAIREDi All nok.iclMd. -.1""_'. '
.It .... ... $545240. llckf
tloo, write J.D Street *
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Unian Want Ads Co.: I... 1100 Uelvenl J !* MULTIPLE aENTALlI1 Ailed < adjmud. I /IS.laORALEH. a, pert-tine, car eed .pkeee. UNFORGETTABLE SEASONS Pretty plants &

: Blvd. Soelk.' Hello 114.I Small |1 ....1 l...1.10.4eperteieott (7. Work |rtitMd. JaaciStrkkUsd --- p ........,. Me I....'...,. magnificent trees 3 BR :3 Baths convenient ,
I ..........11I.. rie. S22IS .. lit cad last ,..r..r .! M.raa'Read OF HAYell ., C..I..... ..I..* financed
cell 1-204-714-2435.. Meo4aT STS/eieotki Uelereliked I kid Hwy 18. If/clt. .pert, II.IS per h... ,..... .."... P..... meeeger .. owner

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,' i \ I 4:10 .._. l/ll Stpd I/SS. 'l0/. eetki ,It... .6.4TSII. REMODELING, BUILD- -. ---. ---- -- -- 7 F/..... MINT CONDITION Brick out of city limits -

SE .VIC $;' "I'' \\rOR; >$Au'.';' '" ,,,. -, .... .. ."", ", I/IS tlekf II.IIITCIIENFTTESt ING. cad r.p.1 lr. B.Wkltck ONE PAIR OF PUPPlESlLeoperd - -- -- --- assummable SWD mortgage S22.000 at 1100 a
.. .. : : V':: :'::":'_;.:: ..:', ..i :' .. .- -. --- .... belts Umlljrroom ... kell-deg LIVE-IN Aa-VSITTER month.
illliliiiiFREE: : I RR Brfek block. .. .. .....1.., S ...... e4.! PreltilklKi. WANTEDi Y..., chIld....
CLARK SAW SHOP,, I (.LKMAN SHEPHERD :: ; (!: i ....,...,.. ...1. TV. A C. Fireplace .pccUtiti.GrUfli Joke c..... 7SZ- Salary ... ale., ooeio.. Ph.. ..
Complete .rp.. .. .r. PUPPIES.. Best el o.oelliytgeerd utilities leiloded.. TelellrlereUked. 3.2!: ..l.l'-I! / ._ I44S41S.. I/SS 4lpd ,",. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSKings Rd. 2000 Iq. ft.

vice head dreeimr. ..".r I ...., .... ketlcr. S10kae. Wo.kly. moethlyrat. 1 Coaitrartloii, pkoM --------....-- 3 years old CH&A 3 BR 2 B Florida Room SWD
blades, chabt. oawe, les.. .' I Ceotact Elliabeth M..., ... Teeiple Motel HBO N. 471-210S .r 473-2178. HAY FOR SALES a.... EXPERIENCED TYPIST mortgage.
PUPPIES Mined .... ..
: .1. Will deli
Cr.". Build.,'. Snoply, j one mile N. Lake Butler oo8RI2I. Teoipl. Hltrkl. S4-71S7.. TF/c" .quaro sad receatloelet. .....1'
....... P..... ...... Morris ver. is... Ce.klei. SS4S1SS.
Lake Botlor, 7/13 tla. Itchg I/2S l/l| 4l.d I/I. ...... to P.O. Bee 4S1,
S4-SISS.. cell I. A.M. .
____-- -. __ _. llpd G 1TCARPENTRY llckg 125.EXCELLENT S....... I/IS a'.It.1.. INDIVIDUALIST 3.2 Acres private world for
*125, -- -- ------ -
LAUNDRAMAT -- -- ---- .
'USE THE ISS BROOK WOOD SMALL UNPURNI8HED WORK P5l.tiag l deer person with imagination rambling CB home

at HWY 100 by tho Haady CHEVY STATION ----.----- --- two .kedreoei keeee. loBlarko. baa1g. ....II... alt.raLi. QUALITY LADY NEEDED: ,. cere fir huge commercial garage trailer for Income &

way, W. have weak. dry WAGON Good Mocheelcel LOANS BY PHONE H...- UU/...,". First .... ,........ .It.... HAT. R.I... S,.... 'h... ...,....., llfkt ........1. tremendous fish pond.
and lold oorvlco 25 ceate lb. c.... power .,...1... power 0"..'., you Oily qaallljr for sad loot ...,... reel sad 10dcll.. (...1114.. I/IS Slpd I/IS. ...,..., cad help. out I. ...11
........, ,...1.. Pk.4SH29SS. t..e0s4. - - -- .. .... Ceo live I.. Pheoe
Attkadaat oa dltt)'. tlo. neater. a IMB of Si,000 or more oa depeill lo .4...... ...... ".1.
.... C.II alter S .... the equity la your homo.Application ".7 -114.. l/ll attkg. /IS. j-- TRAVEL TRAILER, 17*. 712-1111. llpd I/IS. UNIQUE Reduced to S10.000 owner Is III .
CREASE!: Fr..e.skh.e.. h.. >/2S. SEWING DONE ) >r IS It.. fully equipped with -- kitchen with
I SEPTIC! TANK A token. by ph.... "' ---- completely renovated new large lot
... ,.
...... R..I. eelree. S. 1000.
TRAP eleeaonte, new II..., BPi t-r-C: SOLi'--- \Vlfl' .1. buy .lotlng inertngee iW- APARTMENTBi; Two REAL ESTATE SALESi .
PU... Mil M,.:Crt.... T lSill. leepi. ill. Private. .5.dr.... pecans large storage bldg.
rooeooeblo.. J.. Foreytb, PIANO W..,.... R.....- at d ucount.W J. .......... ..1..1....., I.Su. .. .ll.r II cm, I/IS Pkeee. 7SI-3SSI. llpd I/ Enjoy the beaellte ol lull *
.. Llcoaaed .... leeek-e Te-Ree Motel la .. ....
4311022. All bu.I. appreciated. aible party ,. lake ever ..1. Mortgage I/I. t rein Ing eicltlng kitchen
Stckg - - -- QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Modern -
3/31 tt/chg. eat .1.... Easy ,.,... Ceo Broker. RL I, B.. 40.Hampton 14S N. Teeiple.. Baa..... 1/4 ___ __..J__ __ __ HAY rewording career I. real
Fw. 3204d Ph... TF ckc : Arftetlee, large living room large dining room separate
bo .... lecelly. Write Credit eetete. Century: 21 Sit."
M.....'. P O. Bo* 207 Cer- 4D8-1642.. 12 14 TF eh,. ------------ GUM CREEK KENNEL .1/4O. per kelo. c. B.r. COM Proportlee. ,. I... Key garage.-717 W.'Call.
ede, l.5o bl .....
. ._.. III. S221I /25 .. .. .. sad k.. per
_' .. "" lylo, I llckg .UH .J. ', RESTAURANT FOR RENT Gr. ilav .1.s.R 43-4097. I etooe Holghte. 473-4903.
_ _ _ /4 4utg I /IS.
,, ... ____._ >' 2/1. "' ...l. t, Bt.rk.. Pk... 264191 .
_____ '' '' "' ", ; YJ: 'it sl"f( \ Rooioiuble. Fkoae 64- .1 LA TF Iclt... CHIC Spacious interiors with all amenities for
JtilIc. .. .
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:INSOIAMCEMAINKS : .. .. .. ..., 8349. 12 14 TF HAVTiRESALE k.lTfel .
.. chg
t" 100 life. 2 BR 1 B Corner lot.
.. 2 BR MOBILE HOMEl 12 >> ------- -- : _.:............_..........- good
_" '_ . .. I .20, 600 kelee et SI It.... .
59. Call 43I-I4IS llchg I/2S. ---- --------- '
i :: : : BAay SITTING .. nr .k..* LANDFORRENT
k.lee IIS ..10. A. .... C.lila. ..
.. ,.. .. A FLAIR Pratt St New
M 4 Frld WITH carpet
....115 MOBILE HOMEl 81.yoert r | T.Pr .,
7S14140 l/ll
......... .pkeee
FLEA ...... duel* UtlllllM fur- LAND AVAILABLE. ,r.
MARKET ., I. Pk .
:' INSURANCE: eld. will lake ..11. l l ",, i .114. kitchen.
........ private ......... ... TFckg.COASTAL I...., reewejre, new
AGKSCY IGOS.! L.... A".., by Geop.l. eh..u. Sal., Jae. 6000. Phone W..... 4118. ... .... $12.l/Il 'rrJ .
sad I. .
vele driveway .
11..1..1.' _. ............ ----- -- a., Helahte Airport,
Leke: BuLle,. 4W-397N. Grllll. Grocery In R.I...... .180. ."., 6 p.m. /IS ilehg. Sol E. A....., '" ----- ALICIA HAY Hwy 100. Appree. u. ...... COMFORTABLE RETIREMENT CB 2 BR 1 B.

Complete Ineuronc ServiceKvcrjonc Furolturo.elotboe sod acer 2/1. Sterko. 1/4 TF/ekg. BULLDOZER WORK I.. eele highly. ..""I.... oppres '/1 .1..'." lo large rooms Lake St.

__ _________ mlecellaaeeue Home. llchg MEa .: 'E aili- ------------ Saull dose r. kldek.rl. Weed II 1.511 per Ceatlal B.r.... H.,. Mei
9 f
: le loeureblet I/2S. halo et ...... Rodney Hell Midi, per acre, le City el
BR. one both leoelry home TWO ROOM APARTMENT s.d Uv.ll>.. P..... Ji..) ploee 473-3ISI elter S p.m. a.,.,... H.I l,kle, P.O. Be* BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT Saratoga Heights .

Immediate coverage' by -- -- -- on 22 u.... Helot' with Illltlei 1..1...., .... TY.V. Mcrtla._' 44MO. ll/ck I IBILL'S I 1/4 4lckg 123.FIREWOOD 134 ky. f."...., IS. *275. the ultimate have to see to appreciate Owner
phone. JOK: I SIIF.R DELTA R8 OLDSMOBILEi gerdeo. eree ... u.... ........... MaWl > I/I OiUo. M. F...... Belllegteo,
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Ala:,(',' 4HH2126! o4 S- 1970)) radio heeler, elr oew North ol Lewtey By eweer, oertk .. 118-SDl 2/4. tl..k.. SAW SHOP-Complete -. -- A"....<<;11.&... would consider financing strong client.
el1l3.! ..., coven good ti..., S2S.SOO. Pheoe 7S131SSeeytlme : ) Hell cord ol, ,
....II..' coedlllee. Call 43115.18 oacopt. Frl. eve erSol. --------------- '' okorpoalag. eervlco, .pie*. 120. Hell cord el pocee Lucille Conner Spry Associate 914-8429

_ _ _ alter S p.m. I/IS 2lchg. ..,. I/IS h.", I/IS. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED clrcal... Band, carbldo. or ..b. 130. Alee coda tree I, 'a
"/15. - --- -- one BR ...r.....'. "....., newer .blade hollow for ele.. 1'..... D44-SSIO. Br'onReal Thomas Associate 473-2T64
FOR SALE BY OWNER, C.rp., ,...1. kl tile bathroom ground and balanced. L.... ellorS p... l/ll 3tckg I /IS.8HF.TLA Ralph

=;iI1 3 BR, 2 BA HOMEI-I llvleg; Three bed..... 2 balk. .kerne ....ritr doors and et Jack eo a Building Supply, -- --- -- -. Estate

,. room, dialog. room, ..., In ......,. Sly b..., 7 ....., llghte, private psv.dpsrkis. Scarkoor Key.leeo Height. NO-WELSH
'n I.. kltcheo. hold MAREs Peer, S r.... old,
laeodry, eweor will mortgage at Ideal lor couplet, tllc.... Ad Get
BEST PART time job la ......... ...eI... $......'. S 1/2 % IS* dewo. Ph..e .... retired rml..t' krekeo. P ... 7S1-: 2305 N. T.lDpl.A"*. .
America lor High School Jre. '.' ....1. sad. ......It... 4ll2 or 964.1111I. loreppl. ofD. or poreooe.No SIGN 'PAINTING .r Si30: oo week- Surke.FI I..
[..,. ceroer lot l.ei.. lake, 1/ZS TF/chg. cklldrea or pete. Ex- Po.t. ..,.. I/IS llpd I/2S. 964-8788 ResultsLillian
and Sro d'. .S55 mo.' 1 E..II..IU..U7..00. ...n.., locetloa. a.I.,.... one-day ....1"'..8e*,"Rudy at -- -- -..,... .

w..n a month. Prior.aJi! 'C.., 49.,J348. I/IS 4Uhgcontect THREE-- ---BEDROOM- -51.45- required. Phone 984-8285. 'w.w. 'I.. Mark.W FrItia IllU$ .... Meodeyihro .0'(4I1l It
ServIce pen.9 b ,, Tr'-Qhg. '' .:,.."NTIq S3RE;l.pcat U .. .to iurdy. t to; S,. (J ;!
4 *
nT I j rllil.Io".R.'II..tlo III Lei.P.21st. : jtyy, : $ 1,
: ... ..uc1J7jlO111fadhly.perst.i.b2o'iof' II t fi
rank .h.ld. urt .___ ______ Cento., Darn Roalor, r:1BRADYORD'! ; .u..J'' 5' sppsfdim.atFOR / 4I -
Calvin mnel eelt

V...... Recruiter Storko FOR SALE. 3 Sd. ... brick 7S2-380.0. uhg |/>S. KITCHENETTES eleeplag roome. TV, and AC. SEfcTIC: T..... to eoll "u,.,. Phone T I : autuct.-mm mmf y...

I Armory 1-804-964-5320 or .home looted le .....U..I ----- -- -- --- meld ..,"1..., weekly. end 904478-8473 or writ. P.O. I.ANU'IIII"KEI I .* N Trfnpi ..r
BLOCK HOME with 3 Bedroom .TANK 8ERVl l:. Bradford ( .It..r..1.
431.1421' 11/16 tin. nolgkberkeed.. Pissed .lobech Reeteareat and : Box 1049 Aleehue. Fla, Inaelee. a level S _
e,2 bathe, with 12 acree riM.ntbl '45. balk Some
yard. He. ettracllvoFie. pump-out 3281S. 11/18 TF Icbe. bedroom, 4 oo KKI.IOK7H23NIHI:
---------- room end kitchen ol land. Corpot CH/A. lounge available. Under.wood Commercial and I........... IS ...tJ"l. I....d ...... P"O

SECRETARY FOR cemblnatloot 0.... ..,. Ph... 7823577. 9/1S tf/chg. Motel, 3 1/2 mllee Fully Ucoacod. ....0.. 994HI --"-'- IONS l.t'll1. .".IIIU" \ jj
DOCTORS OFFICEi Most NIL. North of Starbe oa US 301. FILL DIRT top sell, .
._.< .. 21. tIrh.C1IZE. -
hsi'. kaolsdjs el .....alelllcc .r... s. V.' .... -- 1277 TF/chg .. .. .. leuedotloae. cad ,...... IF YOT'RK RICHtOIMiKT : '
.. ... MOBILE HOMESi Why 1
: work able to pay .
Reciter Mantle 961.5230.l30 ( IIIrsi. 3 RR 2 Be CHlr.m.:
'''.. Apply I. ....... 498- more? Buy direct from :. Jimmy ... three H.dreem Iran
.911.11111 498-2903 P.4LM"PARTMENTSt ; : :, 'CltS1 TF/cbg. plaro I. eel for home eed 2 RK reetel ,.....Id..
2/S. eemctlou) ol hum* nee our
3523. IMS Largo
4lchg factory h'd' .' I2*e* Mil ee I ft sc... ......, eo i 10 acre.lvecedA
f..I eked. .
__ -- u. ._ __ _ _. 24,14.12wldee.' STARKE Elllcleaclee. .. ." ,. .. "co tiM iocK ill--r.I: ;; '..6UO. Cl IOH7MII ..... feer.d-eut. build.leg. nt, rlee.eeabU pritoil
HELP WANTED HOME CENTER US 101 Weekly or monthly 2313 N. ------.. .pecan a fruit" t....- '
CUSTOM MADE -Temple Ave.. Sterke, MONTE Lewtey. Phone 7823172weokdoye -' -- >IIR. I Hath. ( ''P''''&, ten
HAVE OPENINGS FOR North.Opea 9 to dock. 1 toSuodey. 6 CARLO IS77 : > W !> PAYMEMTI UII.6011 '.....
PEOPLE ,. Irelo oed oars DRAPERIES) Farnituro Ph... (64-8741. TF/chg. lt.OOImll..i:. AM/PM. niter 6 p.m. or I to SO erroe 4 . tral II A. Urgr lot. nlcr Ten .r.psrsil.o.1. and floor covorlngei, .,.. .fI.... ..-..._------_ -_- track u..... tlll-whoel. PS, ..,11.. weekende. 9/14 .. .. __ .. ___ Otd.r 2-Htorv home. lo neighborhood. In town.
P.r.eaal 'Inl.rvlow.. '.&, homo. P.... 984 70JO; alter 6 'n '
eettmetee at your ii __ - If Feb. Lit YOU LIKE I.ewiey-S BK I Be-S3I.SSO .
.... .. f.I... H R .... 'IIHI3' Jlchg I/2S.
M. IS ,
SAW Entorprlee. .. Ed or \ To gel IB o ..... ol golf.1.oIt. lola. 2 Bedroom. I.erge Living
BLOCK: 50 W. Mob SI., Loins 4962219. Fads nmx.'ii T7 " 1 Rath. Illnck ll
Stepheae -
2/1 Keystone Rpera work, have post - -- room. iLohf B.II..I12& 2lchg 9/14 tIschgI'1L1 IS74 NOVA: AC, PS, PB. highly" fortBlMd. Phone 9648071. ....11.... welk. ...... the :Neat college edjecenl te on 2 lot In M t.....

ROBsssVoH ta RjBaapaBi_ > CT Bagacgaj cs Q en AT AM/FM Radio,. duel UFtbg.VACUUMS. .u... te the ..1..1.. 4>...... Lake with hi,.
roar ..10..., oew U,... teonl. ..Iot Why
The '..11, el Dele Baker peel or c. prlvll.gee.S (eregee-
; : wlahe. ,. ,...... ....,... fir BINGO Aeiorleae. L..... roily sport. ......1.. .. .T95. 'WATSON'S------HOUSE----OF- not atari by. looking et the ...... lot-SII.400. I BR Brick I bath. :2 R.

[, .help, II...... .... kind Pen 191. S.. ., 1-8 p.m.Seterder Phono. 411-imr ) .......... 2 both brick H ._ _" __ DR. ,
7 Pekllt Moay r.rud..f garage
: I : Iheegbla.. W. e.peilelly. lovlted. TF/c",p.m.. - '- Used veeeer en Fairway. Drive. 4 ..... ep-beaotllel. - -
hack. the R.. Leelie .U6 GREMLINi E.cTleol new vecaume. rut 4 VA Apprev.d.' ..ka. city. walerpevedaldewelk.S3.000 I BR 2 bath. I.R. r" .
-- -- -- avalleblo. Parti
Merrla' Ihe membore el the. ....IU.., ...1.. hooter, 107V .per ....-
FOR RENT. I.OST. ILANKET.ACK K.,.,... Helhte R..... SECOND: MORTGAGE ...... '64.UU..r 9A4-S593. sad accoeeorlee for all .. -' ,..... 'fireplace In to'" n.

,SMALL C I 36 MOBILE wALK"EH HOVND. go.eed. ... ,... ....,..", MONEY AVAILABLE. Uple llchg II vacuum .'.m.. 404 N.W. LOTS OP LOTS J_ .. - -

HOME:: PsriicIiy l.rcl.b.d. F....., ...., .b,. 121 us .'.11 et Bredlerd H..pilot. 100%. e4eece. wit ..-- ----- 10th Ave., Geloeevllle. bud we c.. help yen with IS a.,.. MR Ill a tHE I b.lh.I.It.R.. pool.
with A' .. .00 100 I.'. uld.. II ..... call ,.ll.ct CIII. Hlecerely. Pat I..... Itpd GOOD. .CREDIT .. eddllloeel -. 111. CORDOBA AT. AC. ,"b... 378-7110. If/tbg. .bulldl.i .pleea-'aed. both .1... "n... Reed- I Pored >ard. Sorotog. III..

On. sod oso Suit .11.. urn 8. lord D.....'. 2U.IIU or. I /25.YARD. .i.rIty. Cell Mre.l PS. PB. AM/FM Redle.crolao FIIA/\A Floeecleg. S.OOO nice ......ttl.OHO. - -
222. Ph... .911.1458 .21.. 6 115.2&20. lipd. 225.p. - -- )r r 4TI-13S1 LICENSE ...,..1. tilt .,..,1.., SIGN "PAINTING-- F ;t.o..d. P2... le .b.... from .. 1 IW I both family rO ID.

... Ideal I.. retIrod 1..1. _ _ SALE Sot...... S.s. Stckg MORTGAGE 1/tS 1/11.BROKER. lew .11..... .P..... S44S3SS .f ..,,, ..See Rudy at thor lo your dealroel. 10 seed.. SIS.OOOi 20 sir.. 10... kitchen on one ocreSRI8.
9 .1 ,_ _
2/16. 2S17 _
oldual. lip4 Jee. p.m. 9114 '::15.. H .
1'25 CUSTOM lerollere. -- --------. er IlehgI2S W.Id. Flea Merkol. Friday S2t.OOO or :.10 ... In palp-
Slereoi opolsiIt.
.... .1.'.... .,.. North .. 1 UPHOLSTERY .... I. mykooie. I : S.'.. SUB.. Moaday. TFpckg.CHAIN l'IIT.TEEN."G.II' : wood, well 4 .eptlc-Mreg - -
fOR RENT: : : 3 Bdr. DRY-WALL HR-II 2 1/2 ..II.. from t,.'- I Free ..&I..,.. Free -- - ---_- But h.. more ,. thor fir Hairy Rd. IIO.OOV. J BR. I bath. Iramo VX.KK .
.. ler.l.b.d. 1.. 8.21... lie eo Deer p........ sad 4.U..rjr. 47115 IS73 MUSTANG Sliver, LINK FENCE the moeey than many cow .. acre '"-;\.
1110.00. WORK light right .....1. ..... ', ...... .homed 3 I."....., I full
8..1.. .. R.... Let 63. I. : 5. Veer or coadlXeo. Do sodas loll .... farm app... 1011 - -
It .
3..o B. U.It., .... ol rein, ..I. following I ickg'! _/Ji B....... 47S-IS22. or ITSS242 materiel... INiUlletUn- yeureelf avelleblo.Free both.I4.IS. f 1121'R or, ., ...... t...., well, a On 20 ecre tract vcn

K.sli.r. ...911.1118 I Hanging. finishing, llpd I/2S. FOR* SALE IITI C.Jill.. I /85 llchg._. III: eetlmetoc. HoadrMea ...... porch c.rp.rl.etlllly ii woodland.,.. ...I..,.-.....Id.....t.. .. by a reeaonnble. Just. oil !NK 16.
.6.1903.. E.: ... -- --- -
-- -- -- -- Vlllo. MOO. 47J1210 reom.CH A Af.oelarg. Paved road.
RemodelIng with a C. 4 FORD WRECKER 1(72 Feaco C., 984-8539. 8110 plvOd ....'.... I......
FOR SALE Irl.k Swo.he lot le city. I odor
eek for Petll. llckg - -
I. old ....11..' ......tI... k.I... Tf Ic..... >ioa*. .aeet SIlO.oilu. Hour His. .
1.1 OIK.T JHIdll
-J-------- .L._;_.___ quality minded builder por..... All .hole ... I/IV- 440.. P..... 9B4-S7SI. Itckf ltr.l I.t.r llrnkrr
vormed. Call Caleetvllle FOR SALE. ISIS Hoede I/2S, PATIO COVERS,l 0.20. - :aI.n "......UO' ... 114" ..

CAR REPAIRS and home-owner In mind 40,. S7SS22I. E..... DT 100. C. MIS.47J-J984.. Perfect S179 ualn.teDed.. Limitedapply. 0.l LOW.....,MILEAGE. overly .!.. 3 SOI.SSo.SOO I..... "'l'I."ahaturday I'h.."
Licensed. 1724081. lichg I/IS. lor ickeol. GATORALuMINUM .bedroom ......,. block .
Insured and _ _ I/IS.
foreigaa Domestic n n licit, MUST SELL 4820 N.W. oa lovely weeded lot, II.R."
lLAl .r\r: :: A MKKKIAIISPhonv : :
Phone 7$5'0118, TRAILERS FOR RENT I - -- - Liquidation of flew all steal 13th St.. Galaeevlllo.. Phone III I nd.r MO.OOO. I07S.. .
At Your Home sad 2 bedroom. mobile. FOR HALE AppromlBeltly. 7X2-31!
.. 312.1787.7/1 tf/chg. - - BRASINGTONCadlftae
Lake City. home., ...u.1 beet. ... sIr ISO aelUo Scot .11 leek .. building 60 108 15 ,
Or Business I.... ...u..... ',,'.1...... o.tob. Heed. AppreileieKlr "" 212per' $q. II Call Collect --. .MONEY( : TRE.IShak. SISS.Dveethly OtdMinobJIeSaJ
G....., Hwy. 100 loll el n ell. ISO. ..T .1317. 1-904.387-2889 II for .
for Minor Tin-Ups BIKER I SO IS u... I... c..,. Greige. I Itpd 2/25.. :... -- -- Century 5... Building. J .two. .....leceme........ I.Iheee city. I ** & Service
mile ...Ih ol SR-11. Nell Drlliin Selection Of Hard
lad 134.500. flOBOBLlE fine
To Motor --
1 _
Trllslllissioll Work ASPHALT.PAYIIIG "'.H1H.,. ._ UJ\! .....t. home or *eelere.Etkol ..a.a.O..iaaOaaOO Cart Taken On
C. Beick.>.ldor. Rt. S,
LOANS AVAILABLE asp .. 409. K.,.,... Hie. Fl. FOR H U 2" Thru 8" Cot STRY" A1S 032.UI5 Catiillai! Trailtt
100% and Seal Coating ......,, homo. er veelore. .. Llcei Mert..(. The poiSed ceooiryretrcellS 2001 N.W/13 3785301CAINESVitLK

Ethel C Betch.ld.r. Route Broker. !!!-'!'!. ck/ile I.v..t.'ulSe.w.. Fast Rota"lDrilling high dry e.reo-- :'
Free Estimates S, Bo. 40., Koy.looe _.,. I with Ilk. aim 1 BR, Ilt : : V Trnipk'2tarkr.

uaranteed Wo H.I."'.. Fl. 32SSS. Lie...... LAND FOR SALE ,..,1.* 490 ploe .,. .. I'M Equipment bath :Mablle. Home oe.tlod Florida.

964_8465 !Mortfege B...... .73.lsn. Holghte. Nice.treee 301, epproa. a., se..., ..... Ik. oak tree.. II youd'diiteoel P.ulll.r.ulkecrKeeker.
Kcyilone .
CALL Sipd.IIJ41: : _' __ Older hulldlec that could STATE LICENSED or. s.d. s* .
Tractor Grading FOR SALE DueteePhylecouch. on 1 ta 10 acre trecte laneighborhood b.. ....1.... Located lu.lerih ......000..o.. ...... S to 50 adjeloieg. ,. .....ifu II IH, ...''i.\
ol ..
.w .0. :> .1 :Mergeo Rd. acre. .. .vU.ble. :N elLewtey IM4-SIMIS
....1"... enH
'DIXIE MECHANIC Orlgle.l 393! '. ,
lots mobile frntplv .\<,
Some permit .
New Driveways CaV .. .... 4733122.. Sipd eat aide. Priced el PumpmO.C5COOOSIO4I5iOOtIPO
I/1SI/2S. '0..'..d semi ..,1..1.. *...1100 .It" Il'> down, 10 .- _. _.- MOBILE HUME: PARK Slerk, \ I In.WI .

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Repair& Seal HOfSE FOR SALE S ..a.I terme from S200 dews la S40 N.w&Llsed They ere herd ,. ...Ito. Hehave with, S ... lome

964-5590 Old Pavings 1/2 ....h. ...rei. .bloch. per ....... Cammertlal Cell. L.G. 0"1..4 maay ether lIotl... room for ......1... 1 Sdrm. leered In' vire
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HOUSE FOR RENTi 2 BR r. .. .
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She Stands wt. 2 Bath family room, ...... .a..Ioc..aCOo n TIMBER: OVER: 10 ....n locel ......11...

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utility. S27S per moath. Call a'... eo Hwy IS W..t" ,

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entire III. wwnout CItInG anyquoeliona, fj --- Paneling Molding Weyee" E, Dooflee.Breher ZJNED al A. S ec lend wltk. p.. .. road
Sne will reed your l 1 REGISTERGAS I Remodeling RepairsQupparcn Salo.meoDavid ......,..
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divas advice on all affairs ol lIe Such ai love, Coirt: ( riip.tMarnege. CROSBY LAKE- ..
and Boeineet' Speculation Tolls"you Who AND OIL .1 '6-C-4SI13- ...ulo'*. kametltee.. lit .
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C.".. Spoedy and Happy Merrlagoe. 84-S8S8 THREE LOTS to tows -"
FREE. I 488-1213 with. 1 BR. IB OHO frame S I. room .1.., ....
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US 301 Old Coca .
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