Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
February 1, 1979
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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by Cal Massey showed no misconduct or policy violation ply with government regulations, the 'if
BCT Staff Writer at the clinic. District III staff report recommended I
1971 Chamber president Ed RIppKoger (center rear) Rev George Harper Humanitarian; Irene Wainwright. The staff report reasoned In essence the Clinic Board of Directors develop ,
I li pictured with award winner at Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Young Adult; Harry Green chief of Bradford "The"Issue is not illegal just confusing there were no policy violations at the formally approve, and Implement by 1 I
banquet From left: Hazel Paulk Outstanding Cltlien, ; County Volunteer Fire Department. .f said Don Walsh executive clinic because there were no formal June 30, 1979 the following: 1)) a procedures ;
director of the District III Mental clinic policies to violate. Regarding a manual for fiscal policy. :2) a I '
Health Board in Gainesville concerning conversation with state attorney's personnel manual which will include .
administrative policy under which investigators which occurred In the personnel procedures as well as a
Mrs. Paulk Miss Wainwright Rev. Harper the local mental health clinic ope midst the investigation.. Walsh said, statement of policy on recruitment :, '
rates. "....based on preliminary findings, grievance procedure, and career i
I The issue that confuses Walsh, and there appeared to be nothing criminalIn advancement. The personnel manual 1 ,.
the board under his dfc-ection.. Is the any of them (the allegations). It should also include a prescribed plan ;
Win Chamber Awards for Community Service relationship between the North Cen- was the Investigators' expressed feelIng for evaluating all staff, including the ,
tral Florida Community Mental that many of the practices* of the executive director, 31) a policy on the
1 Health Center (NCFCMHC) and the Clinic were 'sloppy', but because the use of all clinic equipment and facilities -
Lake Bradford The special award to the County
And the winner Isl.! ,. Cemetery Association Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic, a clinic did not have prescribed policies and 4)) a policy on the private
Roping Club, and other civic groups. Volunteer Fire Department was private corporation under contract to procedures were mental health practices of the full ,
Though not quite as glamorous as a presented to Chief Harry Green as a NCFCMHC.At neither criminal time clinic employees.The .
TV award show there was plenty of Irene Wainwright .winner of the tribute to"these individuals who have the heart of the controversy is policy." nor even against clinic will be afforded a chance
suspense at the annual Chamber of Outstanding Young Adult award Is a given so generously of their time the degree to which the B-U Clinic is by means of an informal hearing to I
Commerce membership banquet senior at BHS where she has an away from their offices and businesses obligated to comply with state and In an effort to 'clear the air' on the respond to the recommendations but
Saturday night as awards were outstanding academic record' and their hours and days off to federal administrative policies, and clinic's policy-making procedure and the District III board has the autho- :
presented to those who have served plans a college career She is active in help safeguard our lives, our homes also the lack of clearcut written policyat to make a determination as to the Ii
the community well In various the National Honor Society, Spanish and our businesses with no rewardother the clinic according to Walsh. extent to which the clinic must com- (See rage 13) I '
categories during the past 12 months. Honor Society the Girl Scout than the satisfaction of
program and Is vice-president of the rendering a needed service." In an effort to clarify the vagueness
And this year. winners of the Senior Class. She has given over 300 of the relationship agreement the Guidance Clinic Gets Clean Bill of Health; I
coveted plaques were.., hours to younger scout training and Retiring president Lillian Pearsonwas District III Board, at their regular
Outstanding Citizen-,Hazel the Bradford County library program, presented a plaque In meeting Jan.22 in Gainesville unanimously 1
Underhill Paulk.Outstanding and has been chosen to participate in appreciation of her services to the adopted recommendations for Monday from StateAttorney Whittvorth
Young.Adult..Irene two National Girl Scout opportunitiesin chamber and the community duringthe the clinic in three major areas : i.f
Wainwright.Humanitarian. Louisiana and Pennsylvania as past year. including the formal adoption of ;
Award-Rev. George well as being named outstanding accepting the presidency for administrative policies by June 30. An Investigation by the state attorney's office of the' Bradford-Union Gut

H. Harper.And camper at Nyatl Day Camp. She has 1979, Ripplinger pledged to continuethe The recommendations, listed at the dance Clinic has produced no evidence of criminal misconduct, and the clinic ,
chamber s objectives of seeking was given a 'clean bill of health' Monday from State Attorney Eugene V\hit- t'
a special appreciation award also been a volunteer assistant with end of a ten-page staff came as .
went to members of the Bradford the Bradford-Union Retarded Citizens desirable industry. Increasing a result of a two-month district board worth. l'
County Volunteer Fire Department. program.In membership providing lob investigation of the ,firing and sub- The investigation was undertaken when a former employee. Gary Tomll
opportunity, and encouraging filed allegations with the state attorney's office against the clinic's execute', f i
Presentation of plaques to the his description of the sequent appeal of Dr. Joseph Vey, and
award winners was made by humanitarian award winner additional housing (for the city'sgrowing allegations by a former employee director, Dr. Bill Lennon Tomlin alleged that Lennon had treated a pri\au t
incoming 1079 chamber president, Ed Ripplinger said. ", Harper is population. Gary Tomlin who resigned soon after patient at the clinic, issued State drugs Intended for indigent clinic patients, and' t ;
Ripplinger.Mrs. not only always available to render Newly elected members of the Vey s firing and filed complaints of received $1,500 for the service. I|
Paulk. a member of, the assistance to those of us who need board of governors John Bradley criminal misconduct against the cli A statement Issued Monday by Whitworth said. "To date this Investigation i; ; '
Bradford County Commission, was comfort and guidance but he actively Bob Firth, L.M. Gaines and Jim nic's director Dr. Bill Lennon has not produced evidence which is legally sufficient to provide probable cau ,' '. :',
lauded Pennington were recognized, as were to believe that a crime was or Ia being committed by anyone thecnnlc. t t
as being Instrumental in.the seeks out opportunities to help when
development and. promotiom of ever and wherever he can. lie has president-elect. Ray Norman Vice- Under its contract with NCFCMHC.federal The statement left the door open for the state Department of Health ami
volunteer fire departments served in many capacities to give presidents Morris Williams and Steve the clinic receives state and Rehabilitative Services,to take corrective; administrative measures, with .1 7 1 t'
throughout the assisting In assistance to le of Bradford Denmark, treasurer Hazel : Hardy funds through the center also apriyivateonprofit (- copy of the Investigation being sent to HRS "for their use and Information inevaluating i
county which and past president LllWuv.Eearsw.I \ .*' organization ,,Th 4 possible'corrective: ID\Q5ur..t\ The clinic Is subjert to IIRS regu!;: j V j
raising equipment f\lhdlh..liQQ.-ob1aini1l&fbh these orgal i Uons.t" .,j,""''M County president,among of the Dtlldr three rd-UI1lon-years ..... nliMIl M j-1ll(] "'T>mm" -TVfrr" I rw } WfcBoard: .provide*ita&aflf'"....tlon* since: it receive state and federal tun Approximately" 125 persons / ; which in turn .
funds to jyrFCMHC "Assuming corrective measures will be taken, the State Attorney s Office.' T
She also Guidance Clinic board of directors
was described as a strong attending the dinner heard 1978 share to the B-U
channels specified does not at this time contemplate grand jury I review of the matter and will con
supporter of the 4-M and FFA and his hundreds of visits to hospitalsand
president Pearson and executive therefore "
The ,
Clinic. Clinic assumes
sider the Investigation by this office complete the statement concluded ,
programs for youth, providing homes encompassing a 100 mile director Bill Wilson revtew.ehamberactivities via.the contract full responsibility to j jI
several scholarships for the young radius of Starke. He Is a past president and report growth of the provide essential mental health services
people in these programs at her own of the Starke Rotary Club. county during the past year for Bradford and Union I :

expense. Counties. Under the contract adoptedin Mobile Homes at KH ;Rejected
Mrs. Paulk also serves on the 1974 the clinic agrees to comply j
Agriculture Committee of the State Paterson New Asst. PrincipalAt with Federal and state requirementsfor
Association of County Commissioners community mental health centers. Bradford BoardA I I'
,receives pra Ise from the Florida By Zoning I
Forestry Association. Florida Farm Said Rev. George Harper,
Fruit and Bradford Middle SchoolBuddy chairman of the clinic's board of _
Bureau Begetable Mrs. Lee, and ,
approved ay ine uouru. i
directors of the clinic's policy making spot zoning request to allow .
Association. and the Florida
who to the
George Manning plans use r
Extension Service "for her aid of Starke procedures "When the clinic possible placement of three mobile
to Paterson 25 year-old principal Elementary. property to establish a lawnmower ) I'"
became autonomous in 1974 we homes in residential area near Keystone
Florida agriculture. Mrs. Paulk has physical education instructor at Paterson was the. choice of new a sales and service business said the ;
agreed to abide by state and federal Oaks subdivision on SR-100 just I
contributed many hours workingwith Lawtey Elementary has been named BMS Principal McKinney, said site was triangular shaped, i'
regulations In the contract But we do north of Keystone Heights was railroad !
CUBB agency and Its successor assistant principal at Bradford Casey, who left McKinney that choice. between the highway and the I
have latitude since the rural the Bradford ,
the Suwannee River Economic Middle School effective tomorrow The moves leave the Lawtey PE some i jar Tuesday night by County and was not suitable for residential .I
Council and has been an active (Friday, Feb. 2)), according to Supt. post open. The position Is being" tal area health we serve calls than different urban men Zoning Board.In use.Approval. (
supporter of the Bradford County Fair Tom Casey. advertised now. practices more requesting the reclassification on was also given to Stephen :
Association. County Library Brad- Sue Shubert, Librarian at Bradford Paterson has taught in the county areas would use. We would never"go four acres Mrs Ted Oglesby said F. Smith for rezonlng four acres, six i
ford-Union Guidance Clinic. Crosby Middle School for the past six years for three years, all at Lawtey. He hasa outside legal boundaries though. hookup facilities for three mobile miles south of Starke on the east side \ ,
was transferred to Starke master s degree and has just a few Harper added the clinic does have homes were placed on the property of U.:?. 301 from open rural to MS
Elementary School as librarian there. more hours according to Supt. Casey, policies, and employees have access the former Rivers homesite, before I manufacturing) permitting operation j i
Paterson will replace Myrna Lou before he will be certified In to them. The board chairman was the county was originally zoned. of a saw mill: and Allen Jones for
vf;I'Sunlit\!! UTricrThursday Rahn at the middle school. Miss Rahn administration and supervision.Ms. evasive however when asked if the There are no mobile homes there at rezoning 20 acres off Market Road r I
is moving to Southside Elementary as Shubert's transfer leaves one clinic has formal written policies present, but Mrs. Oglesby said the east of Starke from RlC (residential t
! principal. SS Principal Dewey librarian at BMS. and that situation saying "we are involved with heirs would like permission to facilities to Open Rural.Permission I ;
McKinney is moving to the middle will remain permanent because NCFCMHC policies"The up to three in the future since to advertise for a public
..' school as principal replacing Jesse students being transferred to outlying were available. hearing was given to L.L. Grant for
Moore who transferred to Starke schools will mean the middle school clinic was cleared of any criminal Objecting to the change from) RIA rezoning 9.4 acres nine miles south of
Elementary. The administrative will trimmed to about 550 students. charges by the State Attorney's (residential) to R1C. a lower classification Starke on SR-100 from RIC to MS and I
transfers all happened because of the State rules call for a librarian for each office Monday and Harper said that which would permit mobile BH (two separate petitions). The site- I '
resignation of Richard Jockel as 500 students. audits conducted by fiRSt homes, were Jack Courtney, owner of is near the Lee property, which was
NCFCMHC and the District III board a considerable portion of Keystone similarly rezoned. Mr. Grant said he ,
r after, the allegations were filed Oaks; Wyc Toole. of Keystone Intended to construct a mini-ware 'j
J Warming Trend Seen for SundayJanuary .: Heights, also interested In the Oaks house on a portion of the site. :
development and two residents of the In other business the board set 7Rm. :
i i '' closed as a cold wet month with rainfall averaging almost six inchesIn area ED. Norman and Maurice Thursday, Feb. 15. as the time' ,
I' ':. Bradford County for the four-week period and temperature dipping several ,;:: Index..e.. Overstreet. another workshop session on the > \! 1
; Board member Fred Mueller !
It.- times Into the low 20's. county's new proposed subdivision'
1 The latest freeze came early Monday morning when mercury dropped to 30, One Sectlollf I; .Paps I.1f expressed objections to the spot regulations. Zoning Director L.M. ,
.h while Tuesday morning's low was 34,and Wednesday's the low 40's. -1Wi ', zoning that would 'be necessary to Gaines said county realtors would be \
t' Feb 1 !'' Alma one, inch of rain fell during a ,slow steady all-night downpour Socl.tY.1;.... ........ .. .. P..I,2... replace mobile homes on the property invited to attend the session.: '

\.. .' ParenrsoroupMUTING >. Tuesday bringing the month's average to 7 Inches.For the past week 1.' Inchesof Editorial.' ,:.":4'; "' "''..... .. ....4 and his motion to deny the petition In his monthly report Gaines listed I'
... rain was measured at the Louis Hill fire tower at Lawtey, 3.0 inches at New Speeds : .. .. .. .. .. .... ... .11Obltu.rl. was unanimously approved. $447.456 In building permits issued in
and 1.6 inches the Santa Fe tower. The of E. Lee for January including 11 conventional
River at petition Virginia
i .f JROTC Classroom. BUS .. .. ..'. .:... .. ... 4Lata '
The weekend forecast is for continued cold and fair weather Thursday .,t.; rezoning 4.5 acres on SR-100. sbajit a homes $255,400; 19 mobile homes. tip I
.. : through Saturday with a warming trend Sunday according to the Department I. .l ,.,. ...;;ii.., .., ... .. .. .. .4 mile north of the Rivers property, $106.100: 27 additions etc.. $73.996.

Monday F....S of Forestry headquarters on SR-100 between Starke and Lake Butler. Want Ad. .., ...:.a Io. .. .. .. .. .... .. 15S' from RlA to BIU.'. (business) was and three commercial 12000.


ELKS DinnerMeetingCOUNTY" 5 LODGE p.m. 101 1- Hospital Board Takes Look at Results of Patient Opinion Poll : .11tfJe

A COMMISSION. Bradford County Hospital Administrator with 27 of 108 answers saying the business office, and visiting hours three approved uniforms with the said. $13,500 of tax revenue was prorated -If !I
"It p.m. ,. 7 Tony Rose disclosed results of temperature of their hospital room drew little or no negative responses.All hospital paying for one'of the three If Into that figure meaning the I .'
:; Bradford CourthouseLAWTBYCOUNCIL. the ha first patient opinion poll l was not comfortable. 17 said their of the 111 former patients bought now. hospital itself still made roughly i
'.t and talked about a planned hospital rooms were too cold while nine answering "yes" to the question: "In the past $7,500 In the holiday/ period ,
.' "public relations" pamphlet at a thought their rooms were too hot. "Was your general impression of the type of uniforms they worn wanted to and As Drewa explained December Is .
v Monday Jan. 29, hospital board meet- hospital good?" usually a rough month for hospitals as
7rJOp.m. -;''" ; : "With our air conditioning system we have all different kinds of uni
At city.Hall ;' "*'" r' Ing. '. 'the way it is we can either heat it up or Rose said the hospital will continueto forms. Rose said, "This would require accounts receivable lump dramatically 4
-'i/c" out the periodically.The with holding back .
: surveys people on .. .
"95 percent of the were cool it down nothing In between and everyone to wear a certain type of -
responses planned pamphlet campaign bills to make holiday purchases
kind and
it's hard to please awe uniform also keep them from
very positive, and the complaints everyone was termed "a to publicize ourselves Rose said of the
Tu.sda F.: way a tightening budge '
f Rose
buying just uniform
that one and laundering
to to response.
were helpful us pin-point pro to the community by Rose. He tary belt-buckle during the month as
blems we thought were in existence" explained to the board members. asked the board members to help in It over and over. well as being fortunate with bills .

STARK; COUNCIL Rose told the local hospital board. Food was another source of complaints compiling a mailing list for the "The' minimum wage Jaw says if accounted for the financial success _I

7".nI. r. with eight people answering pamphlets "because the bigger our you require the purchase of uniforms The board unanimously okayed the !
At cay K.llCourtesy 414 survey questionaires were no" the question; "Within the mailing list the bigger the Impact will you must pay your minimum wage purchase of $' .'PO of kitchen equipment 1 '
mailed out to patients for the November "
restrictions of diet ordered
by your be. employees seven cents per hour more
to broken down
1-January 22 period with 115 or 30 physician, did you enjoy your food" Marcus Drewa. president of 'the and we already pay ,that" Drewa ment. Two replace new stove will be .bought equip t:
ofJ4CKSM percent being answered and returned.Of Eight saying their food did not arrive Methodist Hospital management noted. "and buying them one of the to replace one'' that recently broke :
hot at their bedside. Five said they organization that operates the Brad- three would help out*'- down and another that Rose said is In
IKU.MNGSUPPIY 'Vey only the 21 five questions drew asked more on than the four sue were not satisfied with the portions. ford facility ''estimated the mailing Rose guessed the purchase of, ill repair and probably near the end of I
negative the Eight of 105 answers said the hospital costs would be three cents per pamphlet roughly 20 uniforms Would. cost the Its usefulness,, -
of Stark: <.::' 108-110 answers responses, to among each some was not quiet enough for them to and agreed with Rose that "the hospital $400-500. At Drctna'K I MtKV.tiw*' the 'bo.rd
questions and bigger the Ust the better." Drewa read the financial report for I I
sleep rest. mailing moved tu finance lht eilnw pun-Nino
,Iwy 30t a HM 004-6073; "y (five to 10 people didn't answer each Other question areas Including The board also unanimously the month of December'and called it and thus fluid"i to the reunion i-jh \

K.y*ioti. ), of the questions). queerie on nursing service and service adopted a suggestion by Rose and "good news" for a normally red-Ink hltldlt"hid... was ivixiirtoi! Itnv.Unlit + .
Hwy 1tM And 21A4J34973 question about room temperaturedrew by X-ray technicians, phone Drewa that minimum wage month. The hospitat'sDeeemberbottom *** It f "Isle i\i>'nt<*nt* from. Mttit t'

the most 'negative responses operators, housekeeping personnel. employees; : b4r required lo purchase Unit was plus"Y.. i$2l.ouu: Urr"a ran _.\ t.I
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Pal*2 TELEGRAPH Fefc.l, ItTt
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Mr. and Mrs. DavId Mcknlght

and Mrs. David L.Honored McKnlght, at ReceptionMr. Arrangements of pastel camellias "fOf 64.ide PI fYlw Jll w !

who were recently married, were were used at points of interest in the :
I. : honored at a reception Sunday afternoon party rooms. Camellia corsages were moot ( Jitor,
those in the
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. also given to receiving
Drew Reddish on Debra Street. 1 line.
Assisting In serving were Mrs. L.N.
Cohodts were Mr. and Mrs. Maxie
Carter,Sr., Mrs. Joan Chitty, Mr. and Pickering Mrs. A.J. Barry, Mrs.P.G. .
Mrs. William Graudon, Mr. and Mrs Felos. Mrs Ewell Lawson, Mrs.T.L Denise Winkler
I\U' Hazen, Mrs. Lloyd Jennings, Casey,Jr. and Mrs Linda Johns. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews, Lt. Col. Approximately 150 guests were Brunch Honoree .
and Mrs. Don Rardon and Mrs. invited Local!between the hours andS r W a
Miss Denise (
p.m. Those from out-of-town were: Winkler, whose .
Edmond D. Sr.
Mrs. Mattie Belle Miller, Mrs. Fred marriage to Bill Adams will be an
Guests were greeted at the door by
event of March 17, was complimentedat
Pedrick and Mrs. P.M. Hurter of
Candy Stripers
!Mrs. Graudon and presented them to
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Fred a brunch on Sa turday given by Mrs.
the receiving line composed of Mr. T.C Chastain. Jr., Mrs. M.J. Sander-
Rowe of Ormond Beach. 4)Lisa
and Mrs. McKnight, Mrs. Claire Gar Purchase Parts
son Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs T.H.
The honored couple were presentedwith r
vln of Largo mother of the bride, "
Slade and Mrs. S.G.
a sterling silver relish tray from Denmark at the
Mrs. Arlin mother of the
McKnight. home of the latter For
groom and Mrs. Reddish. their hosts as a memento of the ,Street. on N. Walnut uResusciAnnie"

Mrs. Chitty invited the guests to the occasion. Seasonal floral
and "
tea table and Mrs Don Rardon passed -.- ....r arrangements ,
potted highlighted of
out the plates. The table was covered
in the
with a white polyester lace cloth and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson visited interest party rooms.
Elizabeth Lawson and The dining tables were centered
centered with a spring floral arrange'ment their daughter,
in Lake Wales and with miniature arrangements. Place
flanked by two silver three- Kitty Yates
branch candelabra with burning relatives in Auburndale Friday to cards marked the seating arrange-
ment for the 26 guests including from
Sunday.Congratulations .
colored .
cream tapers. r +
out-of-town. Mrs. John Adams, Mrs. Y ,.1 Nn
Olive Ryder and Miss Dea Moredockof tl,

To The Lee Gainesville, Mrs. S. Crosby of
Jacksonville, Mrs John Anderson of >1 11" ;.'
David Mianiog Callahan,Mrs. Richard Turnlpseed of ;ire!

Atlanta, Mrs. Mark Adams of Musko- ._
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4 (aoooaoaac (] (] ( Lisa Lenora Lee, gee, Okla., and Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Kneeling by Rcsuicl Annie Is Scott
Indianapolis, Ind. The Bradford County Candy Taylor E.M.T and Candy Striper Joy
David ManningTo The hostesses presented the Stripers presented the Emergency Bell. Back row (I la r) Pam Lajole.Kherrl .
# ( ooaQOQEQOaa! ( ] honoree with an orchid corsage and a Unit with parts to recondition Norman Donna Brantley and
Wed April 20 food processor as a memento of theoccasion "Uesuscl Annie" Wednesday Jan. 24. Debi Overstreet.
The used to
964-6043 money purchase this t."i.1f"L"
earned the II' II
equipment was at
by girls
Mr. Marvin L. Lee of Jacksonville
-e._ e= c_= o 4 Christmas time with a ceramic'
approaching announces the marriage engagement of and his Rock-a Christmas Lhon tree held drawing Jan. and also a l la
VI 20.
TJ: : daughter Lisa Lenora Lee, to David
We Have Moved To The Dean Manning, son of Mr. and Mrs. The girls to hope to raise enough
money present enough equipmentto
Kenneth F. Manning of Graham.
recondition one more "ResusciAnnie"
o Corner Of Call & April The 20.couple plans to be married as CPR classes are becomingmore .
in demand.
All friends and relatives. are invitedto Girls not shown in the picture above r 0
Thompson St. ( The attend.
I who helped with the drawing and
rock-a,them are Terri Cogdill, Cynthia

I +I Old Stump Building) W. T. Weeks, UDC Green and Doll Waters.

To Meet Feb. 7 Rev. John Flynns

OFFERING Hosts at Dinner
The W.T. Weeks chapter United ia
Daughters of the Confederacy, will
meet Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 3 p.m. at NightThe
New Clothing, Furniture, Toy, Dishes, the home of Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar. Candy Stripers doing their stuff at aRockathon
Cohostesses will be Mrs. Jee Wilson .. .? 9 new and retiring members of Saturday Jan. 20 In front
Appliances & More. and Mrs. Mildred Weisgerber. The. Vestry of St. Mark's Episcopal of Eckerds. CI to r) Joy Bell, Doll
tom.- Marlene Campbell Church were honored with a dinner Waters Debt Overslreet. Beverly
Some New Some Used Roy Hart last Saturday night at The Rectory, Chitty Terri Cogdill and Kay Chitty
I Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison nt home of Rev. and Mrs.John M Flynn.
MANAGER. MARY HARPER the weekend in Waycross, Ga. visitingher Marlene Campbell, Guests were- seated at tables Marie Word ley
mother, Mrs. R. T. Hipps. throughout the living area of the

RovW.Hart. home. Shows Slides to
: Pat Farnsworth, retiring senior
The Original Engagement ToldMs. warden of The Vestry, was presenteda Alpha Nu
gift from Father Flynn in appreciation ChapterMarie
Marcelene Campbell of Hampton of his work for the past year.
announces the engagement of her Mrs. Julian Green, new' choir Wordley showed slides of her
Never Before On SaleCorribi daughter, Marlene Victoria, to Roy director of St. Marks, was a special trip last summer at the meeting Tues-
Wilton Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- guest. day night, Jan. 16 of Alpha Nu chapter
ton Hart also of Hampton. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. of Delta Kappa Gamma held in Brad
The couple are both graduates of Millard Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ford County High School library.
., Bradford High School. She is a 1979 Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harold..K. -..u .slides included.high..spots In
,. ties :.- /.:;. diiate'and h'graduated t978Jf":' Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth San Francisco to Vancouver:,.Victoria..,,,:. ".
i :-' "I''h '. r wedding pied. :...CrJder, Capt. and Mrs. Wayne and Silica Alaska. .
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With Tilley, McPherson, Judge and Mrs. Elzie gave a report on the organization
.RustiTch<"-'" "Casual< I Sanders, Mrs. Tom Stallings, Mr. and of the new chapter Gamma Pi. char
Clegance: ee Stephan Hardeman Mrs. Raymond Stanwlx-lJay, and Mr. tered in Baker County.
and Mrs. Dan Williams. Cindy Broward surveyed the memo
Wed. January 5 Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn, Jr. of bership on Issues to be brought before
Jacksonville assisted in greeting and the legislature pertaining to professional
Sofa Rocker @ 8iair OttomanSolid Miss Donna Tilley. daughter of Mr. serving the guests. standards, funding and teacher
and Mrs. W. E. Tilley, and Stephen certification.
Read Hardeman, son of Mr and Mrs. Hostesses were Maxine Gibson;
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Jan.5, in St. Augustine in the judges CLUB RESULTS Edna Hart.

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Duplicate, Bridge Club. Formed in Keystone Height I .. ; I
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sponsored Keystone by Duplicate Keystone Bridge Women's Club Thursday February afternoon.8, same location, every ,..., .. 'yI 1 .'. '' ,' rl,', I
Clbb will hold first session at MarieDent' This club will be franchised by the Mrs. Bertha and !
studio located at corner of American Contract Bridge League granddaughter Pearce, Mrs.of Starke Beth !Mr and Mrs. Jack Miller of Jack Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and !Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Dansby and
Orchid and Ridge Streets behind with rating points Issued. Peacock and of Jacksonvillewere Mary sonville were Wednesday visitors of Gloria Glines of Jacksonville were daughter and Mrs. Antonette Davis of
Friendship Baptist Church February{ Fee for this is $1.00 per person per in Valdosta family attend his' Parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs Carrie Gainesville. were Sunday dinner
Sunday to a
session. Miller on George !Miller's of !Mr and !Mrs.
birthday.Mr. Hitch. guests R.O.
&. at 7:30: ( p.m. and every Monday and tea at the Methodist Recreation HU Dansby
Marie Dent Eva Mathewson
night.Afternoon sessions at 1:30: p.m. directors of this club, are both quali- Thomas for Mrs. ream's her 85th sister Mrs.. Haiti and Mrs, L. C. Early were In !Mrs. Lex Green was Sunday over Capt. and Mrs. Robert L. Cooperand
fied by the A.C.B.L.Overstreet' on birthday.Mrs. Port Charlotte last Tuesday and night guest of her son and family. Mr. Mr. and !Mrs. Howard Stoke of
t Wednesday on business. A. Green Jr. in Crwitview
W. B. and Mrs. R. were Friday dinner guestsof
Candy;: Stripers Were Hostess Mrs. E. F. Miles Mundy of Macclenny of Starke spec and t. < DRAPES AND WALLPAPER Gainesville.Paul Mr. and !Mrs. C.L. Cooper whilereroute :
I the weekend in Tallahassee visiting By A, Brown,"4-J3) to Dayton. Ohio to attend a i
Fro Estimates Hawkins of Brandin was church conference. They caught their
at Auxiliary MeetingThe Jean Mundy. Mrs. was"interviewed
Mundy dinner of Mr. and Mrs. In Orlando.
Sunday guest plane They were also
by the food editor of the 'j
Mr. and, Mrs. Ardel! Brannen of Titus Olson. Monday lunch guests of the Coopers
Valentine theme was carriedout place as sponsor. Tallahassee Democrat newspaper > Jacksonville and Mrs. Jessie Mav enroute back t
In the Hospital Auxiliary meeting Mrs. Becky\ Basford has been while there. Brannen of Bartow were Saturday DRAPES AND WALLPAPERBy
Monday night In the Methodist appointed as Hospitality Shop chair- dinner hosts at Western Steak House A, Brown 94-5334 Friends of Mrs. Ruby Nettles of
Fellowship flail when the Candy man In the resignation of Mrs. Ida Lee DRAPES AND WALLPAPERBy honoring Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Frte Estimates Longwood. Fla.. former Starke resident I
Stripers were hostesses at the fried Plummer. who had to step down Frt A. Brown,144-513 Brannen on their 13th wedding will regret to hear she died last
chicken dinner which preceded the because of illness. EstimatesMrs. anniversary and also celebratingMrs. Carl Edwin Stancil, son of Mr. and Tuesday. Jan. 23.
general meeting Sample of curtain material for the R. P..Mctendonwas in Tampa Brannen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Stancil of Starke has w.
The head table held a long red panel hospital dining!room were shown for Thursday to Sunday visiting her Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hampton were also been named to the Dean's honor roll Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons attended .
centered with two arrangements of approval. The< Auxiliary discussed sister Mrs. Nell McDonell and dinner hosts at the Steak House last for fall 1978 at Wayland Baptist the funeral of a cousin Mrs. Cedora ,
pink carnations in Valentine vases. furnishing the !curtains. family. Wednesday celebrating Mrs. College In plalnvicw. Texas. The Conner Woods on Wednesday of last
The side tables had red linen diamond Mrs Ada Reddish, finance chair. Brannens birthday. senior student received a 3.75 grade week in Leesburg. .
shaped cloths with china kissing man, asked volunteers to work for David Undcrill of Gainesville was point average. f'
angels decorated with white and red the Auxiliary hamburger booth at the weekend guest of his grandparents.Mr. Henry Thomson of Tallahassee is Mrs. J.D. Odom Jr. and grandson
bows placed at Intervals. These County Fair ini March. and Mrs. J. II. Moncrief at spending the weekend with his Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren arid Mrs. John C. Odom were in Orlando on 1
arrangements are available In the I It!was voted to give $10 to the South- Kingsley Lake. Joining the family on,, mother. Mrs. W. II. Thomson and 'Hena Dye visited Mr. and Mrs business Wednesday and Thursdayand
Hospital Hospitality shop eastern Hospital conference April 3-6 Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. M. E. family and will perform In the FSU Jeffrey Warren in Brandon over the visited Disney World on Friday "
President Mildred Frick presided at In New Orleans. Griner and Mrs. Griner. Sr. circus in Palatka on Saturday. weekend and (
the meeting. President-elect Doris Hostesses for;the March 20 meetingwill ..... -. ... --..-.. ..-. ..-. Saturday (SM pe S) !
Overstreet has resigned as Candy be Mrs. Effie Carter Mrs. r
Striper sponsor. Kay Thomas, RN, a Bernadine Early.' Mrs. Becky { IJ1 I t : 1kt r r, P i
nurse at the hospital, will] take Mrs. Basford Cleo Redding and Nellie ir'tl + 1.8 i 1., "Nr n
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Mrs.Suzanne Thornton Faulkner, a centered with a epergnette holding ..c ,i"
recent bride, was complimented at a orange candles;;and rust! ,-yellow and :; '; ; 4' I
bridal shower Friday night.Jan. 19, at orange flowers.,
the home of Mrs, Don Hay Tilley on The refreshment table was covered
SH-100. with a beige cloth with dark brown
lace border andcentered, with a rust,
Co-hostesses were Mrs. Wesley'
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Moody, Mrs. J.mes' Uavis Mrs. yellow and orange floral arrangement %'< < \
Bishop Myrick, Mrs. A. B. Whitehead, flanked by silver candle holders with
Sr., Mrs. Leonard Moore Mrs. Sylvia yellow tapers. Mrs. Moody and Mrs. If '
DeLoach, Mrs. Jerald Baldwin Mrs. DeLoach presided at the coffee
John Kinney; Sr., Mrs. Owen Alvarez, service. : I
Mrs. Mark Moody, Ms. Dottie Kite Mrs. Kinney! and Mrs. Baldwin i ti .,, ', ... 1 f
and Mrs. Phyllis Henderson.The presided at the'gift table. ::1
mantel in the living room was Approximately 60 guests called ; 1
between the hours 7:30:. and 9 ,I
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I Mrs. Lee Casey Shower Honor. .' tt! ,br fit

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cloth ana centered wiui 4t
Mrs. Lee Casey, a recent bride, wasp, white lace of'camellias.' ; an ; i
honored at a bridal shower Thursday, with ti 9" ,..,
The 20 guests enjoyed games t
night Jan. 25 given by Mrs. Ben' P. ..N ,
and refreshments during the '1 *
Moxley Mrs. Millard Brown and Mrs. prizes "t. y ? .a-
Ted Oglesby at the home of the latteron party hours. ths
Bessent road.A The hostesses presented the .. ?9 !a :(sir ,,
fa i y
sheets .
honoree with a set of and pillow f
red and white color motif was rt t : r av
carried out In the decorations. The cases as a memento! of the occasion., I
refreshment table was covered with a. t p
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Miss Shellie Smith Honored

I Jan. 26 At Bridal Shower : gi" .Y'r fI

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Miss Shellie Smith, bride-elect, was After the honoree opened her gifts v' t l y,
honored at a bridal shower last refreshments were served. Mrs. r ;t I
I Friday evening given by members of Robert Lee presided at the coffee / t 1 ,. *itt$
i* Methodist Women of service: and Mr>. Raymond Durban / xiyN' + m

,jat..the home.' of Mrs poured punch.. .!. :r

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eighth birthday Sunday afternoon Games were played and prizes were t/ a r&j' it, 'trt a. illfiM:, i I 1
when his mother Mrs. Gwen Anders awarded to Amy Jackson, Wayne I
gave a party for him at their home in Prevail and Stacy Gnann.Refreshments .
Lawtey.A {including cake and
Star War theme was carried out punch were served after the games.
in the decorations including a Star Mrs. Gwen Jackson assisted in serving Itt l tlttk: I r ,..,, 7Y Yf.rr11 t lrrrl 11
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bers; $1 each fo flon-members. / *<*
Feb. 10, from 7:30: to 11 p.m. for 7th ,1/11 lttYr/ *.imJ i
youth and up. For reservations call Phyllis Car. i" itt)!+ %' tt:' v i .. *1ifC -, N'
grade for ver, 964-5667 by Feb. 5. L 1tttt l Ai ; I
will be jockey
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... ,. TKUCOMAPH Feb. 1.1 lets

Pitchfork, Hoe and Boiling WaterViolence

,wyt ;
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Figured in Early'DayHUTS
view the effect. It was quick and
-0 ... is nothing new in the world startling for Green gave the keg a

and the fact that it seems more powerful kick.and Bllf dea, who has a

prevalent today may be accounted for leg reach of sending the keg
by the fact that there are simply.. more another boost. south over
Billion people to become violent now; and the horse shed Ab running for dear

crime Is more widely reported by the life to save himself. After the
press radio and television. The fact parties had worked off their 4th of

Down The DrainIncome that people live closer together now July exuberance, they submitted to
and under crowded and stressful. : arrest and were both fined a small

conditions might also contribute\ to a mm by Mayor 1fOODl'NKEO \' .

Tax-paying time is fast wasted on frivolous or ridicu- t higher crime rate at present"than in IN HOT WATER
the so-called "good ole
approaching.Can lously low priority subjects.An ."

But old issues of The Telegraph are And then there was the classic
you pay your tax 'with a estimated $150'million a replete with accounts of crimes of a incident of December. 1907 when a

smile" when you know the Fede- year is lost under the Medicaid serious nature, as well as some quarrel ended up with one combatant

ral government is pouring from program due to fraud and abuse. physical encounters that, while pushing another into a syrup kettle

38 to 50 billion dollars down the and another $4() million in serious to the combatants are so full of boiling water.

drain annually in needless waste? fraudulent unemployment Insu- the bizarre to seem almost comical to It seems that J.s. Bennett. living in

Jacksonville owned a farm southwest
Such was the shocking estimate rance benefit payments. of Highland and hired Barney Johns
One of these concerned
: a fight
resulting from to boil syrup for him and ship it to
a study -A probe into the $15 billion between two "well known citizens
made by United Press Inter federal living a few miles east of town," who Jacksonville.
to for
paid employees
national of the fraud mismanagement went at each other, one armed with a fo'orsome reason. shipments had
waste, and sheer overtime found numerous cases pitchfork and the other a hoe. The not been satisfactory so the owner
extravagance of potential abuse including story is told in the May 31. 1912 issue came down to see what the trouble
federal permeating our addition of false overtime to time of The Telegraph: w.fe lie and his employe got into an

government. cards. In the last two years over- argument and a scuffle, during which
FOUGHT WITH PITCHFORK Dennett hit Johns in the face with such
These almost unbelievable time costs have risen by $300
force that two bones in his hand were
figures were arrived at with the million. broken. Johns a powerful man

aid of budget experts and J, K. Harris and Clayton countered l by getting Hcnnett's finger!

government investigators, as The report found that much of Higginbotham, well known citizens of between his teeth rendering the latter
East Starke, became involved in a
well and audits the problem in fraud is helpless, with one hand broken and
as reports by fighting
difficulty Tuesday morning and as a the other held fast In Johns' mouth.
various federal agencies, includ- getting the agencies to really result, Higginbotham was rather There Were Some hitlleslvlth

ing Congress' "watchdog on look for it. Because: agency' officials seriously injured. No Holds! (tarred ;' ;According to I the newspaper report

spending" the General Accounting are pushed by Congress to "Tht'l\Culfle place neur the sugar
Office. get federal funds obligated and There had been a little bad feeling furnace and the kettle was full of hot
between the men for some time, and water. Kennel I maneuvered his
spent, the primary concern of when Higginbotham sent word to r '
toward the kettle and. at the
Spurred by tax revolts in several most programs "is devoted to Harris Tuesday morning that he was EXCITING FIST FIGHT psjchological\ /moment, with\ all the*

states, and increasing Federal getting out the funds and looking going to thrash him the first time he IN NORTH STAItKEMonday lorce he-was capable of. dumped

scandals. President Carter has for fraud takes a back seat" caught him outside of his field the Johns into the water This gave Johns
says To emphasize (the remark. Green
launched a government-wide- limit of Harris' patience seems! to morning a fight started something else t lu think nbout and he
the GAO.
landed a :-pnund( blow In Haisden'sribs
have been reached.
between Geo. W
spontaneously In his hasteto
let of Bennett's linger
attack waste and fraud. It go
on was and Baisden responded with a
Baisden and A G. Green The
of the luilhMr .
overdue. blow of the same weight on Green's get out boiling
long Even when fraud is detected The message was delivered to chosen was In North Starke opposite
Harris by his little boy. Arming O. Gardiner's market. Neither of the chest. The dull sickening; thud from
Among the worst disclosures the report found that agency offi- himself with a gun and pitchfork, he parties much short of 3<() pounds in the blows did not act as a tonic on ,IoH'kMIII'ille'ith"! Uennctt returned both/ hands to

<>f the UPI report: cials chose to either reject or went to where Higginbotham was at weight and both are dead game Gardiner and he called Ab Johns his bandaged( undII'! .JClhl14.\\II4! hurl in

ignore the audit findings despitethe work and announced himself ready fighters clerk to come help the shoulder where it struck( the edgeof

-Federal economic assistance fact that 80 percent of the for action. Higginbotham was ready shake Mr. Ab was sitting on an empty nail keg f ftit'\ kettle, iind was scalded to some
total is classed as recoverable.All also, and the fight was soon In .Feeling the ground at the time. nnaware of what was ('X It'nln: ; arrests as far as! we can
programs are being ripped off by Harris put aside his Gardiner looked out and discoveredthe and "
progress. gun going on. lie grabbed the keg ran learn. ha\e followed,
fraud and related white collarcrimes too often no action is taken and used the pitchfork. Iligginbotham! fight in progress. Being the deputy to the scene. !Remembering that he

resulting in losses estimated because the agencies concerned fought with a hoe. Harris was marshal for North Starke. he rushedto once stopped a I'una"ahllrst" by "1'1)(' HOCK). ole days," >ou say"
at between $2.5 billion and don't want to admit that' fraud painfully bruised about the face, and the scene to arrest the participants.? throwing an empty barrel in front of
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abdominal "Not now, they pleaded. "Can t ypu'nee ( ( >e
$25 billion exists in their programs, accord- Higginbotham got an him. Ab tossed the keg between the
a year wound from the pitchfork, the tines of we're busy? combatants and then withdrew to
to GAO. Thus
ing overpaymentof the instrument sinking deep into his ::

-Government is sitting on VA educational benefits is body, just above the waist line -

more than $15 billion in bad classified: under "accounts recei-- W. J. Stewart Named Agents I
Higginbotham is a man of Majority t
debtsfrom small business loansto vable" instead of potential fraud. great :.
and after fj'County
Housing loan applications are physical strength, being
VA educational assistance thus wounded, clinched with Harris
overpayments. rejected for "minor infractions"when and they were having a hand-to-hand Secretary of U.S. Senate
the real reason may be the encounter when Mrs. Harris ran up

14,000 audit result of false statements which and, seizing the gun. began to belabor Bobby Taylor
-.Nearly reportsare her husband's antagonist. She dealt
could be fraudulent.
gathering dust although they : him a blow on the head that fracturedhis Walter J. Stewart son of Mrs. r I'hones4432M1! :! Extension:2""
document unauthorized uses of skull and stopped the difficulty Arlene Sapp of Starke. has been a 1r
federal funds totaling $4.3 billion President Carter has orderedthe elected majority secretary of the t',S.

heads of all government News of the fight soon reached town Senate, according to announcementby
Q- :annually by contractors and agencies to establish immediate and Sheriff Langford went out and 1 the office of Senator Kobert-Byrd. r Irs good lo ,get a couple days of
grant recipients sunshine .mil mild weulhir" utter' "
arrested Harris lie was released
.' plans for the creation of audit and Stewart now 43. was a paRe( in the several days of sold windy and wet
)(; '; ":I }o .;' later in the day on fond In the sum of $"
offices in each of UMD\ Florida I Le isfature. at the ufcc'iif conditions '
One( f the biigt'st aj>Jiilrrnt investigative $1.000. A preliminary'hearing'oftthe \ yt ('III4 like The weather"
/Its le!SmVfroVrtth!ti r ifftt, them..\'rhiractioir-will; implement1!Wirwtlert1U! be TftW MBrKd&yy&le"" 11 lie J first wejjt""Hinder!tpAVaihinvtonJn.l93l/ I I ran make big( turn around in a short >
as a of
page sponsorship lime\ this tune ut y'C.r':)
of Health a new law establishing offices.of when Higginbolham is able to appearin
I J and Welfare Senator Spessard Holland. He u
which figures that between inspectors general in major court. graduated( from the capitol's page \Green. and our forage crops arc

$5.5: billion and $6.5 billion is lost departments with broad investigating {- school in Washington in June '195.1; : 'hlO"| ill|{ some :alfect: of the had l ,
authority. Let us hope receiving his high school deploma weather condition. : HoweveritnmU'lTN
annually through waste and Street fights were a more or less
from President Dwight I 1). Eisenhower t It'hls11'( looking( pxid
trawl in I HEW. that Mr. Carter's efforts get common occurrence in those days and right now :Most fields: would loss
better results than those of were probably not recorded In the
- pre-- producing U-rrios now if we had not
A Civil Service Commission vious Presidents who have newspaper unless they assumed Stewart continued work with the j hit the, ret"it it hard troves! These!

found 11.5 launched various efforts to combat major proportions, such: 'as this one Senate leadership staff until receiving L. low, temperatures do not seem\ to hurt
study of all
percent from the issue
July 9, lilts! of The
his law in t'JKi: from American
degree \the strjiwIieiTv
pliint. hilI1".1 i |
fraud and with disappointing
cut waste -
federal white collar Telegraph:
workerswere I niversity. after which he became a .i I Iruit unit\ Mourn are ""lIally: || ,deMrovcd
being J paid $436 million results. counsel for the Senate Appropriations

more than their jobs warranted Committee. In 19 71 he became :Most ,,1"11\\" ht'l'ry growers sire morn
"When a program is poorly legislative( assistant to Majority Whip concerned( with getting l I too much ruin
Robert B rd. Democrat of West various Ixiard- and conimis-.|'',n'St'uart's nr" t llu-ir I lield truin lhr '
Another GAO study of thecut'rnment's managed when it is riddled with > waterjn > app
Virginia, serving in that post until with the ('IIld temperatures !Kxceswitter : -
and the areno "flkI Ihr olliciiilrepnsitor
; $3 billion a waste fraud victims I i- "
ypartrahl "FORESTRY !Wtt when he became Senate floor can cause root damage! to the
bill found that abstractions but flesh and > of all I I confidential partrecords >
about 15IKTvent leader
assistant for the majority of I the maturity'. and lu plants' Ih"t111 nlftvl I Utter" Inuit
of trips examined were blood human beings," Mr. Carter prodiutionSnciiking' .
the leader
t 1 onolliciiil
accompanies majority|
An to the majority in the
unnecessary. An estimated $300 says. And those flesh and blood secretary travel and other" Senate
by Tim LaBelle ,. Senate his responsibilities w include : of I Inuit prixluclmii\ tins i"
million could be saved by curtailing human beings are none other ,. ik'legalinns, as required.Steuart .
liaison between the majority leader the ht'!>t Inns ell >ear to set I 11'111111'1'4"I --
such travel.Auditors l. than the taxpayers. 'and the other members of the Senate. There are several; I k IfIlL..1'. I Iruit I \\luvbcoils.grui \ '
Prescribed Fire- ,ff., IS.un. adopted 1 native of '
He will be In charge of foreign travel : \\ uMiccesslullv: 11I11111' ari'al
-- for the scandal- Most taxpayers would not The Why and How or It :::.. ''of the Senate majority, and Starke and manages to spend what 011 can grow apples i hlal'IN''Ti' > '
recommends to the leadersthe vacation time he has at his mother'shome 'M'lifdvrncs., I hunch
plagued General Services complain about high income majority ins. grape-
Is on Kmgsle.x" Lake .
Prescribed fire is fire
the which I appointments of senators to itiiisciidinc grapes nectarines pearsIxiiclicK.
Administration taxes if they knew moneywas
estimate it has
applied in a skillful manner, under |"N'"n. iM'rsiinmon. plumsiindsoiiHcilriiarietutt
Ut-n losing about $100 million a being spent wisely and frugaily. exacting conditions of weather in a i I if \mi ha1'e

war through fraud and another But on the basis of these definite place for a specific purpose. :' the spate' time and .desire

5 Ijtj million in wasteful spending.Civil disclosures the taxpayers have a to achieve beneficial results. It is also :SpaceShuttle. Opening WayTo

suits be filed right to get up on their hind legs the second most effective tool in I Fruit grow ni}.can II(' .an 'uteri-Ming
may against preventing wildfire available to a and rewarding" ln>M.> \.fnch will
GSA;: employees and private and howl. They resent the fact forest landowner; the most effective Solar Energy Rotary Told provide Iresh Iruit. at the peak ol its
businessmen in hopes of recovering that even by using low-side estimates { is a concerned and careful public. maturity

at least a of millions lost of losses due-solely from >
fraud the wasted Most of us realize that prescribed "We are entering a new era in The main use of the space program Selection ol' adaptable( species: and
annually through misuse of GSA money in the! nation's defense setup at thepresent "',II'it'llTltkal, to doorvurd Iruilproduction
space. Starke !Uotarians were told
burning; is used to reduce
contract And another estimated annually would be more than dangerous time Is for ) and hUH't'I'Iukt: '
accumulations of fuels in a stand of last week by Gerald D. Griffin. deputydirectors Jlathertngdto Mjrc you<
$100 million a year is wasted in enough to fund the school lunch trees but few realize the other [ the "Kennedy Space Center earring on '\' rated a >iinel>' (ii' specie that has thelxvpi'r

inefficient leasing practices poor program for a year, or providefor benefits derived from a regular which he described as becoming one said, lie predicted That( eventually l 'thilhnttr'fIUirl'mt'lit| | and cold
procurement management and a nearly five-fold increase in burning program.Proper burning will Florida's major tourist attractions there might he trip into space for ,. :: hardiness' for our area
recreational but such
GSA. cancer research or a 20-fold Increase forage for wildlife or cattle, last year "Kennedy attracted IS purposes a use .V plant that does not receive
extravagant purchasing
increase in air pollution control. it can be used to prepare a seedbed for million visitors, and thisear, the is some 'in years in the future. .'. i; sufficient chilling to satisfy its w inter
natural regeneration of pine, control ligure is expected to rise to two ) : 'rest requirement is usually et'laHocIll1!

-As much as $1 billion of the Now hurry and mail that certain diseases in pine, open the million., the speaker said. The speaker Mitchell wat who! Introduced""by'.Huford had charge: of lout inn out and blooming. Often, th?

$28 billion-spent annually on research understory for easier access which the opening of flow t'r and lent buds. will he
income tax payment-and try to may increase the value of your .{jrtffih; showed color slides of thespace programLETTERS scattered over a long period! or time.

and development "is smile as you do. timber, and improve the appearanceof shuttle project and said it will r These plants usually will have only a

the stand by: making it more park- carry an orbiter capable of placing a TO THEEDITOR few >ears and probably produce little
like. load, consisting of or not fruit ut all .'
1ncjit' several satellites; into orbit. \

M( The most l common type of fire used C On (the other hand, plants with lotf
: js the backing fire or one that backs The next step in the program ill be chilling requirements might .leaf and
Uu into the prevailing wind rather the placing of tle\'erallarge structures Owner Thank Law men bloom too early during a cold winter)
r run with It. This is much slower than which Mill be used in For{'ar', Quick Return and make them subject to injury! or'
= moving and therefore easier to aVolar energy exploratory program |OK.< of bloom and fruit. '
con reliable and Commendations t are In order for \Ve have a new fruit fact sheet
trol. .{'ertainealher conditions arenecessary aimed at securing a crops
During the Middle Age, baths were usually taken only on doctor' request! for any prescribed fire so adequate source of energy for the Starke and his Police staff. .chief L'nion'County'SheriffJohn .Jimmy Bowen loot covers these aspects: of door 'lJrd
as to make control easier and reduce US.. Griffin said. 'fruit production. It also lists the;
damage to the crop trees. Some fR- Whitehead and his stall, and species and varieties of fruit tre.
general weather conditions desiredare Bradford County Sheriff Dolph that can be grow In our area.: Cull or,
:New Goodwill Store
Reddish and his staff.
CRIo,4 ; come by County Agents office
SpAUFORp Co : north wind of two to ten miles per your
ilk On Wednesday Jan 24. at
and ask for free .
hour from one-half to one inch of rain a copy
i Is desired one to three days before;an 9pen8 Today Approximately 5:43: p.m., my 1978 I>c>o't let the weather keep you fron"ur ,
atrtrgraptr air temperature of 20 to 50 degrees Ford Tudor I"TDas stolen from \' plans and preparations for your
N ,rtennn J Fahrenheit and a relative outside my office Terwillegar Realty. home garden. The area needs to he
humidityof J 2115,N. Temple Ave.. Starke At 11:55p.m' :
30 to 50 percent.So. oodill Industries of North selected a soil sample taken and
.. the car was delivered to me at
land started If the
Florida will anew country store preparation area
l'-i>56S BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER : ;J\' if you own a woodlot and have, February I. at 1379i.t the That'Bradford was County work Jail''and I needs a liming material, dolomite oe'
,t. 'been wondering about how to Call Street In Starke. great am lime needs to be applied as soot as
deeply appreciative. Thank for
Publishers '. your possible
without ,
ti through it getting clotheslorn
; your shown, and
,. ,*; theconcern to me \the _tie also have some good printedgardening
PuMiihed off you may consider prescribedfire jf&Tbe,new store will feature antiques return of my automobile within six Information
each Thursday and entered as second cuss Matter at a tool. A word of WARNING: 'of .various$ kinds that have' been hours. /f of covers all
areas gardening. One circular that

at.the !pst, Office at Starke. FU. under Act. of March :i. 1878"\,, .:.: .'', though the hands fire is of a dangerous experts so tool consult even {,refurbished workers; at ; the by Goodwill the handicapped Plant in Cecelia Terwillegar: every gardener should have !isCircular

\ "it., .. I '. No. 104. It covers planning
with an prior to "
expert Jighting the .
.-.I".jt; l" e .- Jacksonville. '
.. :; JI NAtr' soil preparation. liming fertilization.
rate (In trade .match: You can reach one by calling > >
Subscription area 7 Per Year: U |six Month MV Ji$0n
Irrigation weed control insect and
J j' \: the Florida Division of Forestry at the day of the grand opening '\.
Outiide tr dtt area; r 8 Per Year 4" 1 ext. 219 or at 964-M36. ,' .? disease.control.:
I ; Six Months. .964280 .. tickets will be given to all customersand "JaLl, .
Matt imports is the circular is the
,. .' ,' +[ will be held r
-It ; [ a drawing for a color of and
listing varieties,
)I'J,1 television a. The ;"The fiat toll in crop spacingof
: set February bridge the
864-6305' ,
Phone "er injure a friend, even :.4"< % plants and rows, seed planting
winning\ number will be posted In the t U.S. was erected in Rowley
in i. t." Cicero: "' Mass. ''depths and expected yield. Get your:

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by Dolores Meng PTA Meeting I N

Phone 46H-II13 In line with their study of
Senior Hampton Elementary met rain
titian and rprttKomtaf :
Monday Jan.
evening. 2V. with President
r The Hampton Senior Citizens Clubwill Elbert Hersey prel d...... Father Flynn explained theyprecautions
meet on Friday.February 2 In the Principal Connie Clark welcomed to be taken
City Hall at 2 p.m. All senior adultsare all parents and teachers to the meeting trains being seated and enjoying) the
Invited to attend for an entertaining He explained grading pollclw.. ride. He brought along records of
afternoon'! testing procedures as welt as..the train sounds, and a model passenger
school: lunchroom train with track i>
Happy Birthday program.Members Before leaving he put Ills engineer's
agreed to
!A" S S'as Eddie Lloyd entertained friends at funds toward Physical appropriate Education hat and bandana on a slwdPntMd.\ .
his home on Friday in celebration of equipment such as basketball and All appreciated his visit. very much!
his loth
birthday. They enjoyed decorated -
playground needs.
cakes ..
beverages and Ice
Plans were made for future open
and cream.after Games refreshments were played served before house meetings at the school. PINE VALLEY fONOHEOATION'AL: :
by his
mother Mrs Susie Lott. :New Students
Mrs. Lonnic Pastor Rev. David llodw
Melton celebrated her : *
Students welcomed at the school: on
birthday on January 19. SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 a.m..
Vonda Brown, sixth
Monday were
Happy Birthday to Marleen O'Steenon a Church II a.m..Youth Service,6 p.m.,
grader. Matthew Brown In the second
January 30 Evening Worship. 7 p.m '
grade,and Shelley Hall a fourth grader -
Gerald Brown Jr. celebrated his p.m.'I.1.
birthday on January 31 with a party THURSDAY: Service. T:30
with friends.
Visitor to First Grade .
Father John Flynn pastor of 51.Mark's (-.p. -
Hampton Elementary News
Episcopal Church. In Starke
thrilled !Mrs Jean Clark's first The temperature on your
.. ... Lunch: Menu home freezer should be kept
....-.. .- graders when he visited the group onTuesday .
."tb.5.9 atOF or below.QQQ

Everything( had to be Just right before Iho-a: : MeUnle Morris made Elaine Caulry caught the camera'sryr MONDAY: Feb I: Hamburger on ., ., I
and the audience with her e $ e e $ $ e &
I eye bun lettuce e-! e- -1
Mire Joey llerres collar wan not too tight and not loo Ioose..w -tomatoplckte, French ....
jumpsuit disco outfit. fries apple sauce, cookie, milk
DOa4p J WJIY(!
TUESDAY, Feb. I: Beef stew, riceandgravpturnipgreenscarrotstrip, r

pineapple upside-down cake .138 E. Call St. Starke Fla 964.5890 J
AZZ r cornbread milk
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WEDNESDAY: : 7: Meat loaf,
r wsf potato salad, blackeyed peas, fruit Own Bakery ;
cup. biscuit milk.
THURSDAY.. 8: Barbcqued
chicken mashed potatoes green J9 FOR VALENTINES DAY

Ard J beans, whole wheat roll, pear half, '.
Carrots, parsley, celery, milk. HEART COOKIES CAKES & CUPCAKES
parsnips, dill, anise and f'UlI'tb..9:Beef-a-ronl, green ,
caraway arc all part of peas cole slaw, banana pudding, hot
the tarn plant family- roll. milk.

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.\\Ith iirrvouvitcHit Netting In but not outwardl apparent, model and dancers e4I
pose for a group( shut minute'* before the fashion show began. Frontl-r! ) are .t I

Teri Deitlse lirmrnt.'obb and Carlo Itennie Hernandez I.ennvn., and Middle Sara:BlKgi.Cathy Back Shoenlng.: Lynn Brenda Johns,Roberts Malanle ., 4 ,nm) ii/ra/ mm THESE OUTSTANDING VALUES ON ... .,;, f I

;.Morris. ('('('.ilia Infante. Joey llerres. Elaine ('ault"' and Wayne llaltlwanjer.{ Ig,5
REGULAR, ) 'ji
Disco Fashion Show Thrills BHS AudienceAn MENTHOL '. ;,

enthusiastic! crowd at the BUS the Looking Glass Styling Center of ,
auditorium watched htudonts model 1 Starke. 4f
the latest in fashion, hair style, and The smoothly run evening presentation -
disco dunce step Friday,' night with a was capped off with the students .
"dKto-l.ishion"! show; entitled joining together on stage for a disco
"CIIANJKS:; (: 'TV. rendition! of Chattanooga Choo-Chlo'. 1
Theenl was :sponsored. : by the before they took dancing stroll down COLGAEINSTANT
UIIS junior class and Co-sponsored by the aisles of the auditorium. LISTERIMEABITISEPTBC JJ

i / .ift( ',del,I 1/f""I'/ -'til'Mr r.J'.M t 1
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I i 110z CAN 48oz BOTTLE
and Mrs. Cl\dc B. Tcrwillegar, Mrs.\\II Mendetta and son. Rynn of
Jr. ha\etc-turned from a 10 day skiing Jacksonville were Wednesday visitorsof

Colorado vacation? In Aspen and Snowmass !Mr and !Mrs J. II. Moncrief. .49c $199 0

Cuttino hostess
Mrs. Myldred was
Mrs! \\'. II. Thomson and son Henry rabbles .
of ,
at two dessert-bridge
Thomson and Hill and Brad Hamilton
afternoon at the home of
Saturday .
will attend the circus in Jacksonville "
Mrs. Charles Darby celebrating Mrs.J 1\\. ,
afternoon ;
Sunday II. Hitch's birthday. "II"i',I .
Mr and 1lrll.lac! Baldwin were in ., I. .., GILLETTE
'..' \\J
!, ,
Atlanta Saturday to Tuesday '; '
attending an Oldsmobile meeting.Mr. !Mr and Mrs George W. Brown i 1.\4 ; ", ...... RIGHT
visited: Mr and Mrs. L.M. Stoner in f -
and !Mrs Marion Harrington Ocala on Sunday. .r and : r
and family of Ormond Beach were
'weekend guests. of Mr and !Mrs. J.D. Mrs. Janet Turner had a birthday :;-. DEODORANT II'
Seymour. dinner Sunday at her home in Country TRAC II
Club Estates for her son, Brant. e.Soz CAN
Mr. and !Mrs H.O. Dansby have Attending were Mrs.Sallie Lassiter of RAZOR BLADES ,'
received word that their son, WD. Lake Wales Vicky Turner of Belle
(Bill) Dansby of Lansing, Mich has Glade, and Kay Turner of Jackson- ,
been promoted to Colonel upon his ville. 5 99C I IJ" BONUS 99C '
retirement with the National Guard
after 21! years enlistment. Mr. and Mrs. Houston McClane CO ".t'l. .. ,' ..,' SIZE .
have returned from two weeks at
Mr and Mrs. Robert White and son, Panama City Beach and Tallahassee. .. s I.
Mr and Mrs.! Mike White and Uev. I "
Bob"'annen'of Gainesville were Sunday ,. :%t;EAGLE PLASTIC

night supper guests of Mr. and Local admittances to Bradford NORMAL, BALANCED, I
Mrs Olin White, following the County Hospital this week Include:' "'" 24 QT. RECTANGULAR WASTEBASKET -
Maranatha choir concert at the from Starke Herbert Prescott, OILY, DRY, EXTRA
Methodist Church. llurve Waldron, Jr.. Alexander ,t.1 OR COLOR tj1.25 24 QT. ROUND WASTEBASKET mn n 'r PROTECTION
Waldron. Richard Walker, Lillian ,,?, TREATED BUSHEL ROUND LAUNDRY BASKET IJ dl a ,.. OR EXTRA
Mrs. J.II. Fields spent Sunday to Hollmann, Eddie Holmes, Jr., James 1.5 BUSHEL RECTANGULAR 11! III s BODY I
Friday last week,with her sister Mrs. Martin, Alice Callaghan, Eva I LAUNDRY BASKET
Robert Tanner in Baldwin. Collins, Charlie Cowart, Ruby
Strickland Juanita\ Cloud, Freddie
Mrs L.H Gibson spent last Sundayto HhQden CharleS Corbett, Christopher I
Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Chambers and ,Frances Perry; YOUR $199 yl _.4 ,
Gerry: Gibson at Merritt Island Thomas Corbett and Prlmas Carr of CHOICE
Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlando spent a Minton of Raiford; Eliza Fisher of ((16 QT. PAIL 1.39) .
week recently with her brother-in-law: Lake Butler and Lester McCullough
arid sister !Mr and Mrs. J.II. DuPre. Hampton. TERRY KNIT FLANNEL-BACK CARNATION


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Mavor Joe Warren Lists City Accomplishments of 1978, Looks into 1979

l "The Year of 1978 saw the people of. "Many people worked together for and took a look Into hit crystal Ml.for "Many of these eocooipltelmMntB Grant the City can purchase land with working together for fire protection to
Starke become Involved in their city the common good of the city. The year 1979. could not have taken place without Block Grant Money and develop provide<< It for both at a cheaper cost to
government," Mayor-Commissioner the people will become AccoraplhhmenU of 1470 people getting involved In their City housing for the loW and moderate tax ...,....
Joe Warren stated In his State of the Involved when given the government. We owe our thanks to the income families. 5. During this year the method for
City message he presented to city opportunity" the mayor stated in a 1. A new City Hall was begun and 96 people who served on the Planning power aquisitkm for 1M1 should be
council members at the first meeting two-page message In which he listed percent completed. Committee and those who volunteer to 2. The Commission needs to take a firmed up.
of the new year Jan. 2. the major accomplishments of 1978 2. The city applied for and receiveda serve on the different boards. realistic look at the Utility Service I
Community Development Block "We also owe our thanks to those that it offers and especially the sewer should
Grant for $300,000. who risked so much to bring under service. We need to get as many as 6.The Police Station location
BROOKER IN BRIEFby 3. The City set up a self insurance control the worst two fires this City possible on existing sewer line so be finalized and some decision made
I. for with the has ever seen. The of 1978 on the old City building. \
program $150,000 Florida year was a that the service can be expanded to b4
Particular attention should
Jeanette Prescott Bank at Starke. year when the Commission working other areas. One solution may be to 7.
Phone 3-I715 4.The City adopted a Land Use Map together with the local citizens soughtout offer the service to existing houses at paid. to the increase in cost to the city
KlrcUon: Canceled: and a zoning ordinance as the first what Deeded to be done and didn't a cheaper fee than new construction. for fuel oil and natural gas. Both)
I Since only one candidate qualified Adult Night School: part of a State mandatedComprehensivePlan. wait for things to fall upon us," Mayor Increased several times in the past
class in adult basic and high statedA year and we can expect some majotj.
I for each of the city posts to be filled A new :3. Some of the planning area needsto
here there will be no municipal election school revue will be taught at Brooker 5. the City organized and appointedthe Look Into 1979 be annexed so that these people increases 1979.
next Tuesday. Feb. 6 Elementary beginning Tuesday. Feb .Zoning and Planning Board and 1
6. from 7 10 p.m. Anyone wishing to the Hoard of Adjustment. In 1979 the Commission will need tQ may acquire City services contributing 8. The remaining elements of the
GIRL SCOUTSby enroll may phone the school office, 6. The City paved or re-topped about be more bold than in 1978. Some of the 4. lo the'ihe growth intergovernmental of the City. comprehensive plan need to ba
485-1812.or contact Mrs. Essie Crosby 30.000 feet of streets areas that the Commission needs to Committee should explore the completed and some action taken
Carolyn.:avPl at 9647445. 7. The City aquired a new fire truck make a concerted effort on are: possibility of the City and County especially the element of drainage.
and stationed one truck across the I. Successful accomplishment of the
Thanks to Sue Stewart a guest of Mature Christian's Club: railroad for any emergency first phase of the Community
Troop 6(15( last week for her help with Secretary-Treasurer Rose Mott was 8. The City working together with Development Block Grant and obtain
(he Physical Fitness Patch. asked to convey the club's appreciation many others, met the challenge of two the money for the :2nd phase. In Class In First Aid And CPR Will Be Offered At The
These Juniors are also working on to the president of WMU for that catastrophic fires and a major pursuit of this there may be the needto ,
the Needlecraft Badge. Janet Kimutis organization's kindness In hosting a disaster In both cases was aborted. establish a Housing Authority.
keeps them busy either "standing or dinner for the Mature: Chi istian's Club U. The Land Use Plan was tested .Surveys show that there are 167 Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical Center
'IttlO for the month of December in which and the Commission backed it up and deteriorated houses and 47 delapi-
Last Tuesday Bradford NeighborIMMM 17 member farticipa'ed Thf Thank at this point it remains to be seen if dated houses for a total of 214 substan-
finally had Songs and Games You ....!.' w ,:II J be 'oac'' tu 'he Men's the people really got what they dard houses. With the 3rd phase of the Starting Feburary 6, 1979 Class Will Meet On Tuesday
night After several date changes we :'.,:!O\\.l1Ip. ...0.'Irs. wanted. Community: Development Block
had six troops represented where > Jeanette Pre.scott asked theme And Thursday Nights From 7:00 p.m. 10:00: p.m. :
ware the other troops'1 We all had a mbers to IJri"a store coupons out of Hampton Funeral Escapee Nabbed .
good: lime ami everyone learned from papers and i.iagazines. She will pick Class 'Is Limited To 15 Students. You May Register. For
our instructor Laurie :Mullins. them up at the church and send them Florida State Prison inmate Saxon was apprehended by Alachua
Thanks. Laurie for your time and to the Baptist Children's Home in William A. 'Billy'Saxon escaped from County deputy sheriffs on Sept. 29, This Course Now. Upon Completion Of First Aid, CPR
know ledge. Lakeland. Bradford County Sheriff Dolph while trying to buy a car, and Judge
Janet and I attended the Field Sympathy: Reddish while attending a July 27, Osee Fagan tacked on four years to a Will Be Offered.
( inference last Thursday at the The community extends sympathyto 1978 relative's funeral I In Hampton,
Snuthside Methodist Church in the family in the loss of their loved but his three months apart from the 16-year term Saxon Is serving for For More Information Call 964-6150
.Iacksfll1\llleo We were briefed on the one. Mrs. Neta Dyal. Mrs. Dyal was law cost him an additional four yearsin forgery and a previous escape in
new Ctrl Scout Image and previewed the eldest of five generations: her son. Circuit Court Monday, Jam' 19. Alachua County,
the new TV spot announcements for Leo. of Lawtey; his son Bobby of
thi> area Membership also discussed Brooker. his son Bobby. Jr., of Broo- f.. _
1 and each leader is asked to ker. and his daughter. Mrs. Dyal wasa ...m -- J ,..
please register any new members to resident of Brooker for many years.
tn tu help reach the goal for this! year The community also extends
\ musical on the life of Juhette Lows sympathy to the family of Mrs. Swin-
i now being written and plans are for ton Crosby in the loss of their loved FIGHT INFLATION
l Ins to he presented in the Spring of one. Her son, Bobby Crosby, Sr., formerly -
1'HUi. all neighborhoods are asked to operated the Brooker Super
-support this event We hope all our market.
leaders ill still be leaders in UMIO and Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. Lula
we look forward to being involved in :Mae Carroll in the loss of her brother.
this and hope Bradford will support 'avel Crawford, who died last week.
this as we did the Jubilee in 1 tl72!
Odette Troop 53):! is making plansto Sick List:
visit I Savannah February 20 to tour Art Quicksall and Ted Bigham
the home of Juliette Low. etc. If suffered heart attacks last week. We
a leader are interested in wish them a speedy recovery.

call accompanying the group give me a Brook ElementaryLunch MORE fOR YOU AT FOOD FAIR

Congratulations to Irene Menu
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leader for eleven )ears. We think she milk cookies.
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Credit also goes to her mother. puppies and grits, and milk.
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b> Lila Rae fawn give her a Jello, penchesslide of breach nw pronltInsdk .a e'TOMATOES' "
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Accepting coat figures wbIcl1 dg1lbls el tght4ooN : wfaftjt at .I'IseavaUableae,0001sgeMl.,,_ middle school but that was scrapped ,
estimates they haw bens waitdac [ Ekm taco as fast as expected. ', before building started and Salley has ;
with Bradford school board members The board strewed to architect Th .board, la a work siirj. -the old plans. The architect says that
and Supt. Tom Casey toM architect Salley that It want to mom to bid at Monday night also accepted a.t.I. with not too much work the old plans _
Craig Salley to proceed as quickly as soon as possible. The boards main price tag on installing i 15 neat pump* can be used for the Lawtey
possible in drawing plans for walls at problem is how to atra on the at rooms at Starke EISovthsldeZiemeutary. .* construction It was deckled Monday _
the middle school, planning a kitchen available $839.000 over ttMl. project .Tint" cost If UP night to build a separate building at : l
for a middle school cafeteria and planned this year.ffj1G& from $35.0UO( previously estimated by Uwu-\ to the south of the present
the school staff on a price given court;)ard to make the school building
... Sawyer-Slade Gas to install ducted form a U.shape I
heat pumps, but Salley'a electrical Supt. Casey gave Salley sketches of :
engineer said school building and plans of how Casey thinks a kitchen
electrical codes hadn't been can be added onto the industrial arts _
r consideration, and up went the complex at the middle school. The ____
coat Idea Monday night was to build the :
Salley was also Instructed to kitchen with the 172,690 available and ,
proceed with all haste In preparing then work on procuring the cooking I
plans for putting walls into the middle equipment
school now operating under a semi- Only the $72,690\ can be spent on a ,
open concept with team teaching. cafeteria because classroom space ,
FEED STE '1" Board plans are to divide the school comes first under State Departmentof II
; Into some 23 self-contained Education regulations.BMS .
classrooms with hallways. The board students now eat lunch In what
U. S. 301 S. 964-8711 made it clear It wants permanent was the industrial arts complex that BUARC Clients Learn 1
studded walls with insulation to cut move being made before Christmas
down noise. after complaint of the odor In the
n ------'-COMPLETE LIKE OF ----- Time factor on the BMS walls is carpeted temporary classrooms Service Station Skills
critical Supt. Casey stressed Plans which were being used as an eating
; ORtEN SEED FOR THE mm& Mama 08 must be drawn In time for the bid to be area. Food Is still satellited from the ..Clients of the Bradford Union AuocUHon of Retarded Citizens Workshop
let before school out so work on the vo-tech: cafeteria Industrial arts was listen attentively as Ve-Tech Instructor Quincy Gardner explains the symbols I
FOR THE JAR6S FARMER interior of the school can be done moved to the band room and the band meanings a gasoline pump donated by Register Co. '- "
during summer vacation. was moved to the temporary ..Gardner a regular Vo-Teeti the group of nine retarded
I classrooms the former eating area. cltlatns to be service station driveway attendant s, part of a growing effort to
t WE ALSO HAVE SEED POTATOES Price on the middle school walls There Is much more room In the aid retarded eltliens In leading productive,more Independent! IIv...
f zoomed from a $100,000 estimate to former industrial arts complex.The The class Is scheduled to run 14 weeks Monday through Thursday from 3-S
; ::", CHECK WITH double that when the board was told of building program with work p.m. Gardner says the students will be taught only "driveway" gas station
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electrical and air-conditioning also planned at Brooker and Hampton technloiies.. BO mechanical skills. I
>.. A & r a( For All! Your :: changes which will be required by Elementary schools Is based around .BUARC director Jim Love and the Vo-Tech school: are ..klnalogetber In
I putting up the walls. moving eighth, graders back to the providing the program. ,
Salley was also given the goaheadto outlying schools from the middle .Pictured above are CIor> Instructor Gardner and students Glen Plimpton, k.
t Seed & Feed up date a set of old unused plans to school.To do that the outlying schools Tommy Weal Bob McCoy: Donald Griffith Larry Harris and Joey Marrero. t.
build the planned eight classroom must be enlarged.We John Byrd Is alte a student but was absent Monday and student Joe Byrd U !:
LOCATED Mi. SOUTH OF STARKE complex at Lawtey Elementary. want to get this rolling if we hidden from view .la,the photo :
Price tag on that has been 316000. have to have 15 special meetings" 31-
Across From KOA Campground The old set of plans came about froma board chairman Vernon Parmentersaid.
I planned sixth grade complex at the SFCC Arts Festival Accepting Applications
--- Applications for the Tenth Annual Additional space is reserved during
Spring Arts Festival are now being the Festival for Alachua and Bradford
Ir accepted. Forms and Information are County residents in the noncompetitive .
available at the Santa Fe Community area of the Spring Arts Festival.
College Starke Center office In Bradford Spaces are reserved on a first come
e High School. The Festival will be basis to approved and eligible appli
held on March Thirty-first and April cants. Any artist who is Interested In
First In Gainesville. participating In this area should
The Spring Arts Festival sponsored request a non-competitive area
by Santa Fe application. Deadline to submit applications -
LISP held annually mNortheastegFirst for this area is also February

PRESENT YOUR GREEN TAPES AT YOUR FOOD FAIR STORE I Street from Second to Eighth AvenueIn ninth. ;
| OFFICE TO RECEIVE YOUR FREE INFLATION FIGHTER CERTIFICATES.* downtown historic Gainesville.The The Festival is taking applicationsfor
GOOD FOR MERCHANDISE ONtY.MM.OVII street is closed to traffic duringthe the Entertainment Area the 1 \
't a FAMIUIS IXCLUDID FROM FAMTICWATIOfir I Festival. An estimated 55.000 Children's Area and food concessions
Director of the annual Festival.
Artists are invited to apply to participate Professional and amateur j
GREAT in two divisions: Two dimen- performing groups of music dance
sional art Including-painting.. all and theatre are encouraged to apply
LOTS, OF LOIN TOP NEW YORK tt 1 media graphics prints drawings for the Entertainment Area. The
and photography; or three dimensional groups will perform at one hour inter
art-including sculpture, vals on both days of the festival. Per
CHICKIN BEEF STRIPS e pottery. Jewelry, fiber art leather or formances that appeal especially to
open crafts. Cash prizes for both divisions children would apply for the Child
BONE IN-WHOLE STRIPS 16 TO 20 LBS total $6000.Applications ren's Entertainment Area. .
3 TO S LS ..(O. : t 1 most be received by A new activity of the festival the
3 NCCKS-3 OIBLIT. PKOS. $1179 :- February ninth to be considered for "Hands On" Area needs artists to
:3 Leo QUARTERS WITH SACKS =I Ra this years Festival. teach their craft to interested per
: SRCAST QUARTER WITH BACKS La ; Special displays by children up to sons. An extension to the Children'sArea
age 16 will be included in the "Child the Hands On Area provides
FRESH cur a WMAPFID PASS TO TOO pFKIFMATION ren's Area".Children who wish to display material and Instruction for adults to
FLORIDAOR Qf OROIA" ,4 1 8"c" HALF ,STRIPS(r.*&..S1.B9 may do so at no charge.Separate experiment with macrame painting
PREMIUM" ., _, .MRS._FIIDIKTS_. application forms are'available;for potter):' and other crafts Deadline toFebruary ,
,. oRA .... ..,.41'LB1'8111.STEAK MI *u .2.LO-M **.v lilafElviiaasif ,,'II '.' GOLDEN QUARTERSMARGARINE this area.Each child who participate* Jl 'Y"'( tsh)1 tlf.lThddalTActtVlticMtlt' frwrLe.aMW6r I
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SAUSAGE Feats at Hampton- Baptist- Church 1

HALF i A man once introduced as the Illustrated and on the Thrillseekers
1201PKG. 4ge GALLON 89C 1t88: ( r Oscar ) "Karatist Preacher" on a nationally television show as a result of his
CARTON 13 televised sports show will be speaking engagement, and ability to

AU n..n*mie..aooo y_...n..i THMI......m T.wr*QUANTITY MOT."_Do MEAT OR BEEF appearing at the Hampton Baptist perform"death-defyink acts of skill"
: Church's Sunday Feb. 3. morning He has often used a Samurai sword
PANTRY PRIDE SUNNYLAND FRESH 5 KIN L E 55 service at 10 a.m, and will be at the to cut watermellons off the stomach's
Church each night through of celebrities while wearing a
AMERICANSINGLES iiNKT FRAN'KS Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. blindfold. In Lynchburg Virginia.
Crain achieved a new world record
MJCID CHMH SAUSAGES Mike Grain, President of Judo and when he broke pounds of Ice. 14
LB Karate for Christ travels the country thick.with his elbow.. and he set
12oz $119 20os $189 ,. NY9 I. $149 using his feats of kung.fu and karateto another world's record In Evansvllle,
PKG. PKG. SIRLOIN TIPSTEAKS attract an audience to the church Indiana hen he allowed" himself to
sponsoring him. He will demonstratethe be sandwiched between two beds of
martial arts before preaching the rails while :ICIO> pounds of Ice was
gospel this week at the Hampton' placed on tip and then shattered with ;
BY THE PIECE Baptist Church. a sledge hammer.. He titled this
MORRILSPAID'E Craln has been featured In demonstration the 'Human sandwich f
Newsweek magazine. In Sports act.

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Team Title at Saturday's District'sTornado .,

wr* tl r* tipped part two performances and wins from kinds we his toughest test from Keenan Clay's Ken Ball. 3-3-1 In a weak 134
opponents. last wrele to vumyfcrtv a weren't,, getting wins from earlier," Williams, 9-6, of Clay pound class; Robert Ball 1002. of
turnaround of fortuiw bbl it.rt d al Harris reasoned. "We're Just a better Tornado 122 pounder MarfjnMocum Clay and Tommy Livingston 16..., of
midseason and ttat awe. bas wrestling team now. If we wrestled :; ir>-I with I 11 pins and 13 wins Palatka at 148; 13-2 Wayne Ivey of
Bradford High buck u? .... tto* 3 N> Baker. Uuchholz and Vanguard now In a row. will have to contend with1'alatka'n Clay at 188: and 12.5 Darrell Clapp of (
mark at 7 7 and mere thiM just 'all previous losses) we'd beat them. Kevin Daniels, 18-3d. Palatka in the'222 pound division.
Lshfully thinking about wtwHftg the "Jolwny Bell's been indicative of Slocum. had to hold on to beat Daniels The district tourney Is a team test
team title! at the Distract Tuuffaaeurnito our whole season," Harris continued. 5.. In their regular season encounter more than anything else because the
be held Saturday. Flab :X at nay "11.- started out so slow but he has Alan Montgomery has a good Regional championships accept the
/High S hUOL become: a darn good wrestler and chance to score for the Tornadoes In four finishers at each district
top ";
The Tornad *s dads nrtj since he started out winning, we've the 129 pound division but his meaning every entrant from !; .i lartd, ). ., :;; I\.1':\ 'WiRt :;.ca

undermanned Klagler Paten Coast 48i been winning" classification might be the most Saturday's District :U meet will move .Unbeaten Tornado wrestler Henry Pete, on lop. It. a heavy favorite to win the I
i Saturday: Jan 1. I ia Sum and talent-laded of the tourney. Alan Is IS- into the Region I I tourney to be held In I5K pound division Saturday's DlitrlctS-AAA wrestling tournament. :
finally completed' : their charge District a Tossup 2 on the year and is a defending Palatka (Friday-Saturday, (Feb 9-10.
Inward a balanced I ledger witha 39-31 district and region champ but The top four regional finishers in each
xkhipping of l.ak.t'U' on the road Palatka is the defending district Interlachen's Skip Morton 8-0, weight class will then get bids to the forfeit. 170' -Griff is (eB i win forfeit. 188- hosts Unbeaten Henry Pete won a''
Miiiiiuy night and Region champion and the 11-2 rambled to a 13-2: win over his BUS state AAA tournament at Fort Myers Crane I iF) pin Mathews 1:0: 223- first period pin and Scott got another'
The Tornadoes were once 0-6 in dual Panthers have dual meet wins over counterpart earlier this season. Also Kcb lfi-17. Swindell I BI I win forfeit Unl-Scott i ill) pin to make Lake Weir's home-'
meets and at the season's midway both BUS and Clay but the win at I'alatka's Jerry Strickland I7-2-1. Is win forfeit. standing effort just a bit too littletoo,
mint Mere I.ft. and fighting an uphill Bradford High came before the good enough that his coach Is pushing IIIISIH Hauler U late. .
Little as a team Tornado win streak and was by a slim him for the top seed at district KIIS3D-1.W3I:
only. the sparkling records of a :i5-wi: count. Strickland and Morton didn't meet The Tornadoes took a 12-9 lead when Summary! : 101-Zinn LW( ) pin Green
handful of individual standouts got ("lay. meanwhile, has a less than this season but Montgomery handled Martin :Slocum; pinned his man at 122 The visiting Tornadoes wrestled to :%UW-Sammons i HI) dec. Fockler II-1
and helped by forfeit wins BHS took
lIIudlnutll."e. impressive 6-8-1 dual match recordbut Strickland both times they met this. a 27-9 lead before faltering In the 4. I 115-Nugent.IB dec. Compton 16-0, '
the match
home-gym the class
Things change( and the second halfof that was forged against a very year. AA visitors.Klugler .over upper weight classes arid ended up .122-Frame dee, Saucer 9.2 129Montgomery. -
I the season has beep a downhill ride impressive schedule. BUS upset the Heavyweight Allen Scott 17upounder handed needing heavyweight.Allen Scott to .101 i pin Frame 4:51: 135-: I
with the Tornadoes carding six Blue Devils at home 34-33 on a last Bell, and I 114 pounder Danny / out five forfeits post a draw or victory to- post the Slocum iB pink Ploak :3:12: 141''
victories lone loss. Thus the match victory a week and a half ago. Nugent also will need to score if including< n double forfeit at iH:
against a points team's seventh win in the regular Bright iB) pin Lindsey :5:11.: 148-
where BUS also hud
hopes for a district title Some outstanding wrestlers will be Bradford is to be district king. Scott. no combatant) season finale Monday night at( Lake Delgredo i IIJ> pin Horsey ::48. 158-Pete'
and could win
"I I really think any of the three on hand for the title meet in a tough il-H:; : on the season is unbeaten only one match after Wc-it. I tlii I pin Carper 1 ::04. 17J.KrosteIILW I tI'
'iciims could win it ..UK. I'alatka orclay. district and some of them will Be against district teams but has the I taking Tornado an early winners!i-0 lead. I :Scott; won by pin in the first periodin dec. Bell 12-3.: 188-Maquin ILWI) plri1
( ." said Tornado mat coach Tornadoes. unenviable task of. facinu defending ; by pin were Danny the unlimited match to end his own Mathews 2:3: :, 223-Sawyer: (eLWI) pinS
Nugent :Mocum. and AlanMontom'ry
Kminie Harris discounting only 2-A Henry Pete and Anthony Bright district and region champ and state while season 13-3-1: : and give the Tornadoes a \\indcll Unl-Scott I 101 pin Gavin 1:55.: .
liilci'lac-hen among the four teams both carry unbeaten slates into runncrup Randall! Boyt of Palatka. ( Anthony Bright ;.7 regular campaign log. ,
thOltiII ho on hand for the district districts for BUS and will be top.seeded Boyt sat out most of the season to resta and Martin Mersey were decision BUS jumped in front early as Todd
meet. which gels underway at noon in their weight classes.At knee injury but is Ml in the last two winners and Henry Pete, lUcky Sarnons and .IV Correction; '
1511 Pete, 111-0 with 11 pins will Crilfis.: Frank :Swindell; and Allen Danny Nugent won big
inil will be climaxed with finals weeks ol activity and served notice he decisions und Alan Montgomery, !
starling. at H pm. "we've got a shot at have to outdo Rich Lien 13-2.: of is ready by winning the New Port Scott won forfeits. Martin Slocum and Anthony Bright M local"
he dominated in a regular The Telegraph short-changed
It Clay a man Itichey Invitational title last weekend.
I "We've turned things around season meeting Bright is 17-0() with 8 Bell has Improved his season card .!'ullllllary: 101-Jenkins( (IF'1' ) deco pinned their' opponents. Slocum junior varsity wrestlers our repprtl
coming in iind probably will getr Oren: 12.4, Ilia-McKay iFi dec.Siinions wrestled two classes above the 122 of their results at the Bishop
"i-ause we've been getting good pins to(6-7.2 with a red-hot! second half lie : pound division which he'll compete In Kenny. !
15-0. Invitational.
115-Nugent olio| I pin ..IV
will have to upset; Jeff Maxwell, 114, Sanders I lll.: : 122-Slocum illi I pin :Strong; performances turned in by'Konald
of Clay. and Handy 1Il'd trom" 11-5 of Uatsoni:4: : ; taw-Montgomery .iBi pin points behind to pin his man at .1:15:> Mathews w ho finished second
!Palatka. to take district honors.
UTILITY BUILDING Nugent is 7.7on the season with U'pird 2:2-1.: -double:!: forfeit 141- After (right's pin gave BUS a 27.9 in the IH8 pound class: Billy Green;"!
Hod Williams!) of Palatka being his Bright deco Kady: 10.5 148-llersey iBi' lead theTornadoes w on just two of the who was! third lit 101; and Kicky
Wired Floors man to heat. dec Mallin5.!) I.IK-Pele (till win remaining !nix lIIatches' against the Sullivan who look fourth at \108. ,II

Other weight class favorites will be ,i
Lights- Switches \liMM! Johnnie Given<< of 1'ulatka and

;: Finances Available UslitWilson., 12-3.: of Clay at 101.
I'alatka's Brad Brown, 20-0), at low: ;i iIt

964.6020 McCULLOCH SUZUKI PORTABLE OF STARKE GENERATORS South 301 Kenny GUBasketbal ard Trio Keys 8551I I

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Jacksonville Bishop Kenny' has a > "'''. ':Il''lI' _r.--.:;;;.
WE'RE basketball! "Devils Triangle. .1arha
THERE WHEN The C'rusaders have a guard thrl" e- r v
!some of Maurice Kouhlar. 'UrtgFrancis \ aAr9} 7 t

YOU NEED US ( and King llolzcndorl.; Ven- r _
I ture into the territory of that small but
I 11111111 Ask dangerous hard-court triumviate and : _

I V' 1 IlI r gel Ask eaten Bradford's alive. Tornadoes. Three ii

I" r' .. Charley times this season the BUS club .1)
: ,disappeared'into' Crusader territory
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kv, \ cany/ ward floofwiih to fool buckets at .1.1
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losers! by big margins. Tuesday nightat nr .
: _- JohnsAbout LJE the BUS gym the unranked but 19-3 .0w..,
rl'I and impressive BK club roasted
Bradford H5-51 with the threeprongedguard A '

This Question attack totaling 51 points--the
: same as Bradford's eight man squad. '
"Spring cleaning should The Tornadoes dropped to .VII with
include an 'airing of insurance the loss their fourth in a row.Houhlac. .
policies to be a ;;.7 senior who enteredthe
contest with a 27<> scoring average "
sure that new risks are bucketed 21 points on.a varietyof

I adequately covered top of the key, baseline and \vingFLORIDA j to help with all the arrange- without the needless :
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ments during this troubled time. policies. Does the I .Bradford's Curtis Shell goes airborne to look for help against the swarming.1.1 I
Charley E. Johns Bishop Kenny defense Tuesday .night.. "

flowers, funeral services and all the Agency, a I local indepen- .1 I
dent agent offer a free THEATRE, side junipers and screeching layupsoff give up r>n pointy in the middle (quur-
the fast break' '-W Francis showed UTS...,".' Isis
details. Rely on, us for advice. ., survey of insurance Call & Walnut u liking ror.the'leftIng and main- The: rest nt't.ll1ot bo said. Atkinson?!
policies to be certain of Starke 964.5451 tained hiM 16.7 1 scoring norm with a IK "figured. : '">
reasonable Holzendorf. like Kouhlac "I 1 hlttu them alter\
coverage? .1..1 I. point game. get on gamex1'
DeWitt C. Jones Fri. an un-intimidating 5-7 and the 'junior like I this! they' !feel us: badly us I d/o>f'
Charley E. Sit. Sun. of the three, hit six of nine from the Atkinson said.\. "I just told them we're"1'! '
I floor with right wing jumpers his working on sportsmanship and'"
Funeral Home JOHNS AGENCY George Kennedy In favorite\ and ended with a dozen mar, character, for the rest of this year an kers. \\I' ought to win' some games next'1'
Starke Keystone Heights The trio's outside marksmanship year." I, .II
9646200Ready 131 S WALNUT!. "BRASS TARGET"PLUS combined with the shooting of i it; : The BUS rnundbdlM! smiled aH"Iwlwntcrcd
473.3176 junior leaner Rufus Jenkins and u with other coaches after1
PHONE9645070I o much-used bench gave the w inner's a the game, noting that even of the
t 58 percent shooting night-buoyed by alit eightplayers on then roster Tuesday1 '
"CORVETTE ( 1 percent second half. night) have: at least one more year o'l".
% Kouhlac started the game with a luill lo play. i'
SUMMER" followup after Kenny won the tip to The Tornadoes hit :37 percent from7-:
put the visitors up 2-0 but unlike in the the field for the es ono >'i t
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\ e S.." past two games'iwon by BK 71-5!) and Kevin !Mi Her'and Frazier Bass were
301 DRIVE-IN\ ) 76-31) the Tornadoes battled on even high point men with 12 markers.while-'

I ......................,..... ..... terms in the early going. Curtis t :Shell; snared a team high seveh'1 1
Kevinliller's! two foul shots afteran "rebounds: to go with his nine points!
.4 DAYS offensive) rebound gave BUS its and Fred llollis scored five points In'y1':
We Have A Wide Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon.emxm first lead at 9-8 with 2:38:: to play In the reserve! role. '.'
first quarter. Kouhlac's top of the key Bradfordvjis a pale nine of IB frorti"
jumper made it 17-11 moments laterhut t the charity stripe while BK hit 11 of 1,1:.
Selection Of The Bradford was down just 19-15, at freebie,
the break. "

rifJ1i 0 The early going of the second stanza SM. It 20 so u II.f'
1 was just the same. Curtis Shell's HI- It II I* IS !r'1!

ALL NEW follow Bradford shot at regained the(>::117) mark a 19-18 but lead then the for lima ....""" 110"", '.. ;f-l-JI frtncH r.t.lfxl,
i 79 MODEL HOMES MMltr< !4, '.man">f. Itwllnt 1.I.i. f h.n.HI. .
: roof caved in. .Kouhlac and Francis ..." "."_,,,. J-J-f. Hoinnnarf 4..-ll. ...!!
I keyed a 13-3: : Kenny spurt that made it 000. TOKII J'-ll It.
(HI CarMr I *!, .... H.ll. MMItr
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1 Stock And A and the Crusaders went-to the locker., 011111:1-:
room ahead i'J-26.:
:I The third quarter was even worse Baker Live Oak Next
,1:! f Good Supply Of.! for the Tornadoes. The Kenny guards "It doesn't get any easier" Atkin- *
( continued to bomb from the.outsideand son noted as he looked at the remaining -
Jenkins, who started last year as seven regular season games
l \ Homes a sophomore started to terrorize BHS before the district tournament.
inside defensively. Jenkins blocked The Tornadoes have two gameS
1 : three shots I in four Tornado trips, next 'e'k. They're on the road at
., ALL USED HOMES I downcourt In one stretch and took the Baker County Friday, Feb. 2. BUS
.. MORRIS BUS Inside game away for the topped the Wildcats 51-33 at BHS last
; 3 CARRY A1 YEARWARRANTY remainder of the game. month but the 6-13 'Cats have the)!
1 -(5( '' With six minutes to go in the third reputation of being much tougher; to.
,; I period it was, 52-28 and Rouhlac handle at Macclenny.: 6-2 center Ben?
John T stormed in for a layup that just beat Lee is averaging 23 points per outin;
I ; the buzzer to make the score 69-36 at this season but was held to four points
BOOKEDPLUS the end of three. in Starke.
I For The Ultimate In Manufactured Housing By Fleetwood Both teams shuffled reserves In Ninth rated :3-A toughie Live Oak
during the fourth quarter ''with the comes to town Tuesday Feb. 6, for an.
i Available With Fireplace NM/kan Cineme-0"' Tornadoes never cutting the marginto 8 p.m. game. The Bulldogs\ are 13-4 on'
BROwils met less than 30 points. Another buzzer- the season with a 70-54 win over BradJ
JOHN MOBILE HOME CENTER beating shot by Kenny made the final kord already recorded.

[ tally 85-51. Bruce Perry averages nearly iff
'hat's the 'most points I'Ve had. points for-the Suwannee County aquarf'1:
I Hwy 21 Keystone Heights Fla. 47 ..3775 .scored on me In a l lifetime" said a' while brothers Mike and Gene Joiloii'

A Home For Newlyweds "THHH0EWIST" beleaguered Coach Warney Atkinson have been getting 18 and 1.1 points.per
The Retiree Or The "It's the same old story when you game respectively.J .' '
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i Nurse I Praises; Tornadoes, UF Coach Jokes" .fAt .

WarmingThe T I Annual Bradford HS Football Banmiet .

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In a football banquet spiced by the reel off a string of football related talks about It," continued the Cedar right reason," Hancock said of ;
itandpup comedy antics of new jokes that had the packed<<: house at the town, Georgia native "and religion Marcus. t
University of Florida Assistant Coach Starke Elementary School cafeteria another part of it God enjoys us The spirit award went to Josh
Joe Kines BHS football coach David rolling with laughter. laughing tonight. I think lie wants us "Gus" Sutherland with veteran /
Hurse acknowledged the 197ft Kines was serious just long enough to have a good time so'I don't mean athletic trainer Bradey GreaUhouse
I'' Tornadoes as "a team that overcame to direct his rendition of the "three you have to be long-faced about it but reciting a poem Sutherland wrote 1/
Bench a lack of experience and really a lack "Rs of football" to the Tornado someday you have to sit down and after the Tornado comeback win

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The Winter ports high school district tournaments have been set by Florida I
high school activities association and all of BUS' teams will be tested on the t..J" ;
road in the first step of the state championship system. 1fT, 1 1V :
The Tornado wrestlers start the po t- eason off with this weekend's AAA-Dls- i :1' sk
trlct 3 mat tourney at Clay High, held all day Saturday February 3. starting at i'\r"\ ; I
about 9 a.m. or so. A preview of the grappling event appears elsewhere on I 't
today's sports pages. j,1 .
The entire wrestling post-season picture Is set. Regional will be held In 1 w/: i '. ,;::f',' '
Palatka Friday and Saturday, February 9-10, and the state AAA meet is slated S y S ,' "Ry.p MMiI ,.. I
for Friday-Saturday Feb. 19-17 In Fort Myers. 4 .1
Girls basketball kicks off its second season with the district tournaments Feb. I r ': ;> :
16-17.The Lady Tornadoes will travel to St. Augustine for their event which will : .
also include tough Green Cove-Clay, Palatka, and the hosting Lady 'Jackets. 0' : 1
The boys basketball district Is set for the next weekend, Feb. 23-24 at Palatka. .. .
The teams in the be thirdrankedClay .. '
same as girls tourney will on hand with 7 ,
again the favorite. : w ..... .,
The latest of the Winter sports, welghtliftiag, has no preliminaries but goes t t.v
straight to the state title meet, to be held this year at Gainesville Buchholz, all
day March 17.The Tornadoes will have their best shot at state excellence at this .r l __
meet,where they finished second in AAA last season.

Random Rambling* .
BHS grid boss David Hurse pointed out at the football banquet that "We're '"a t
still working on getting. Marcus (Cruce) and Marvin Tyson into small schools 1r
somewhere." "
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It's getting late in the recruiting game so something has to happen soon. --

Neither has been awarded a campus visit anywhere and that's the most genuine Award winners at the BUS Football I Banquet were (l-r) Kelvin Cnigrr, who defensive lineman; Dale "Peabody" Rogers, the outstanding defensive back
proof of interest but Troy.State Is reportedly looking at both Tornado stars. won a special team manager award; Marcus Cruce who was presented the award winner; Richard Mllner. the most Improved player award recipient: II
Davidson still may have some interest In Marvin and Hurse hopes Newberry of offensive lineman award, the Calvin J. lloupt Sportsmanship trophy and the and Josh Sutherland, the spirit Award winner
South Carolina will take an earnest look at both in their. recruiting swing Ronnie Allen Memorial college scholai raMp; Fred Woods, named. outstanding
through North Florida.
_Cruce of course, already has the $1,000 Ronnie Allen Memorial Scholarship of much talent to be put together a gridders. make your peace with God. against Baker County and repeating .
to use if he does attend school. fine season. A much better season "The three things that have to do "I 1 believe that if you take care of what other coaches had already said,
than most people thought they'd with winning In footballor anything" these three "K's" then winning will that "even after Gus was injured he
Horse's banquet-talk point about the over-exposure of football seems right on lave" Kines revealed "are readiness, take care of Itself. It all comes downto stuck with us after school every day."
the button. Saturdav-Sundav-Monday-Thursdav TV football has to hurt some- "This bunch had a kind of together. results and religion. being prepared, someday you're Coach<<: Nurse also gave set football
body eventually and It will be the high school game. ness and mutual respect for one ". ..readiness entails carrying going to win that big game just charms to players and cheerleaderswho
Some say lots of boob tube football will just give the fan more of a choice"andhe another that made them a closer unit something to be prepared. You have because you were more prepared than didn't miss a practice all season
can always turn it off, can't he? but prep football people fear that the show and made them a better football to carry that tool until one day when the other guy," Kines repeated. and gave verbal thanks to the
fans would turn off would be Friday night high school action. That would cer- team," 'Nurse added later. Praise for you need It. One guy might carry a Each new varsity letterman on the coaching staff.
tainly be my guess, it has already happened in some metro areas. the 8-3 Elks Bowl Champions came medical book all his life and become a Tornado roster was awarded a letter "Not too many coaches In the area
Programs such as the one at BUS would be the last to feel the crunch I think. from all the coaches as they took their doctor. Another fella might carry a jacket<<: and a 1978.79 football letter, 'show up here looking for jobs," Nurse
Here we have a one-school, one-football team county with players on a first turns at the podium during the supper football and be a ball player. We had a and each<<: veteran letterman received said, "they hear we 'work a little
name basis with most of their following community. The Tornadoes will be awards ceremony. quarterback at Jackson State who another big 'B', both being donated by harder and a little longer, I tell you
supported.It's: The All-Sports Club of Bradford just signed one of the biggest the All Sports Club. The outstanding that's just fine with me because we
the programs in the metro areas that would feel the sting. They already sponsored the fried chicken supper contracts of the last few years to the Tornadoes of the season were don't want'that kind around, I want
have more trouble attracting folks to come out and watch team'made up'of presentation and club President Canadian Football League. Well that presented with trophies and coaches<<: who will make the program
kids from diverse backgrounds; some bussed to school from an unknown neigh DeWitt Mersey started the programby quarterback used to stand up to the 'congratulatoryapplause. better than it already is and these
borhood across town. introducing special guests. mirror In his room and 'throw' 10 llurt gave Marvin Tyson the coaches do that."
Coach Kines, the new linebacker pound weights with each arm. That offensive back<<: of the year award Each of the varsity and junior
That banquet by the way, was the classiest high school affair I've ever seen. coach at UF, and formerly anasslsta'nt was the tool he was carrying around. documenting the senior running varsity players as well as1 cheer-
When the young lady started bringing around the chicken plate for the second under first year Gator back's<<: 1,700 yard rushing season that leaders were introduced. Head JV
time I knew I was in the right place. Coach Charlie Pell at Clemson and "Results means being the guy who was climaxed when Tyson won first Coach Sam Chenoweth said that
Moving the ladder Jackson State, then took the floor to gets the job done, not just the one who team all-state recognition. though the junior varsity record
UD to ore football. I think, back to all the hub-bub made
Third team all-stater Marcus Cruce wasn't what he would have liked It to
over former Gator-now New York Jet Derrick (and 10)) this
Geffrey rightfully
was presented the offensive lineman be 11-7)) the young players on the team
season as compared to his former teammate
and legs star Wes
brighter .
award by Line Coach Bob had achieved the major goal of junior ;
Chandler. now .'Satntr..Now
compare their flraijreaejrtat&ilai.i: ;Gaffney 1 ; ; .., fooJJba.ll aU thai
.nJlartMrck.called Cruoe.a bard varsity at $, IsJearo
Wes bylaICant 38 catches '**! topped-by----? workersat"if
to 38. 691rdal l A e 680*and five touchdowns toU>re Baby'Tornadoes thankless the basic skills and fundamentals for
while Chandler led the Jet rookie in yatdi per reception 18.8 to 18.2. I guess so position. I
DaTe ;"Peabody Rogers the be solid varsity football players later
much was expected from Chandler his not-too-shabby stats got lost in the defensive 1

shuffle. /' Bishop Kenny 52-39; Now 5-9; Secondary back Coach award.Mike In Hartley awarding said it on."This Is a hard-working bunch of i

"1 love college basketball TV weekends like the last one. Maryland-Notre "this was an awfully tough decision kids that you can be proud of and will J
flame on Saturday and Duke-Marquette Sunday.....Have you noticed that color Uncanny outside shooting lifted the coach said. Lee had 19 rebounds and to make for us because all of four be proud of," Chenoweth said.
announcers AI McGuire and Packer have and been that defeyysivebacks were outstanding and Hurse introduced each of the
Billy more more tongue-in- Crusaders of Bishop Kenny to a 52.39 15 points in game.
cheek arguing with each other a la Howard Cosell-Dandy Don Meredith? They runaway win over a sluggish Tornado Delza Smith led; Bishop Kenny withII any of the four could have won the varsity Tornadoes, revealing nick- ?
take opposite sides on most issues with Dick Enberg playing Frank Gifford's junior varsity five at the BITS gym points Tuesday night Chuck Gillis award Dale was certainly. deserving, names of each to the audience, giving I. ,
mediator role. Somehow the NBC !duo pulls it off a lot better than ABC's Monday -. Tuesday night. added 10, Dan Davann 8 and Rex Stout though. a capsule comment on each player'sperformance
night football pair._.Packer and McGuire took opposite stances on the The win ran the Kenny JV record to 7. Leading tackier Fred Woods won during the season, and
"Who's number basketball?" Fisher added 11 for the defensive lineman award as thanking the seniors for their
seemingly never-ending question: one in college 13-4 and the loss dropped BHS to 5-9. Kerry points
McGuire chose 18-0. Indiana State with the reasoning that the three teams What Tornado fans saw Tuesday BUS and Tim Harris 8. presented by Coach Mike Sexton. ranked above the Sycamores last week have all been beaten since and ISU is night was the result of a continuous Sexton called Woods "a guy who gives contributors, such as J.D.
the only major college unbeaten left. Packer supported Notre Dame despite the BK basketball program from the Iradiord hoar ."sawyer". Mclrklaa.1a.1 MarrK.|. 4frI Mark I..., the kind of leadership you don't hear. Odom. the owner of Sportsman'sWorld
Irish's 66-67 loss at Maryland Saturday. His reasoning-thai the Larry Bird-led elementary through junior high .odd".I..Doitar I-/J,William."0, ..n. Fred led by doing and giving 100 who fed the team after each
Sycamores "haven't played anybody" during their waltze through the weak school and varsity, Coach Warney ooipn I/. Toiait" }}I4.Sblwp percent. victory were thanked for their help j I
2.1.5 Imim 4-J-ll.
I Kenny 'n Sexton also and Hurse offered a short
out the game by
number rated Irish did said gave most
Missouri Valley Conference and the one Fighting Adkinson after the game. OHIO KM O. hi.wb.t. I.J-l.inara.-.-..lout ) with
nothing to cast doubt on their ranking with a one point loss to a 14-5 Marylandclub The Crusader junior varsity players Pamandall-O-I.. Davanny 14.1.Klllam I.0->, defensive player award to 'senior game review of the 8-3 season
at the Terp's Cole Field House. could all hit from outside with consistency Damara n-0. cabarr I p.2, Banton .00Totalt back Richard Milner. both he and Coach Sexton focusing on
Packer Is right about the Indiana State schedule it pales in comparison with 14149. "fie showed us signs that he could the 17-7 Elks Howl win over Lake ,. ,
the worksheets of other top ten clubs. The toughest tests ISU has had to face A tight Kenny sagging zone kept the radforal.. a a 10 I' 1* be a good football player and after a Hrantley. that climaxed the year. .
thus far are Purdue and Illinois State and their last eight regular season gamesare Baby Tornado five outside. But Brad- B.Kanny. 14 I' I U 0 slow blurt he" finished up doing a fine 'I
against conference teams Tulsa, Drake, Southern Illinois, etc. Still is ford kept trying to work the basket- Games job for us. Sexton said of Milner. I
? don't think ball inside and could Upcoming : Marcus, Cruce<<: was awarded the
weekly poll really that big a deal anyway I so. not do that. The Tornadoes must travel to Fire Burglar
Unlike football, basketball's NCAA champ will be chosen on the field of It was 14-6 after the first period and meet rival Baker High on its home Calvin J. I loupt Sportsmanship awardas DON HILL ';/
battle.The only list of top teams that really has any influence on the champion- 31-12 at the half. well as the Konnie Allen Memorial
court in Macclenny tomorrow night 11
ship Is the NCAA tournament committee's list of 40 selections for the postseason BUS moved the ball around betterin JV Scholarship by Hancock who said SECtJHTY SYSTEMS I,
championship tournament. The 40 entrants is up from the 32 teams pickedin the second half and ball handlers Tornado(Friday, Feb.five had 2) at to:fight( The a last "This award, to me. is what It's all Re.lde"1'" Comm. ) ''I

recent years and promises an even more wild and wooly affair..Aa Packer Kerry Fisher, Tim Harris and Kevin minute rally on its home floor to edge about. ( FREE ESTIMATES .' '
noted Sunday the NCAA will still limit each conference to two entries and that Randolph made fewer ball handling 44-4J by the shorter Baker team In a This young man made the right 73-3949 Collect '; i I
means some powerhouse clubs will be left home in lieu of lesser teams from the mistakes. The result was that Kevin' Jan. 9game. Lynn Yarborough scored'' sacrifices, at the right time for the
Reddish in the middle. The '
lesser conferencesi was open
18 points for Baker In that first meet. -
.Michigan. ,SUt once ranked number one in the country was Packer's trio kept feeding Reddish who netted including long shot at the buzzer ;
ing, a
example of a team that might not get an NCAA tourney spot. The Spartans are 14 points, all in the second half. Brad- to pull Baker within one 44-41. l\ r I
have little of 8-0 Ohio ford actually won the second half \I !:
hope catching as
just 4-4 in Big Ten.Conference play. They BHS will face the small Baker gym \f
State for the loop title and face a stiff battle for the league's second tourney spot Bishop Kenny shuffled in reserves, and a Baker crowd tomorrow 'Do yourself f a favor. ;'
with a handful of other excellent teams: 16-4 Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and BITS taking the third 'stanza 10-8 and ,' partisan
*' what to be a tough Talk ;
night in
may prove to who
Purdue for instance. the fourth 17-13, but the 20 point to win. someone owns 'a 9 ;

The Southeast Conference is the same wap..1anderbiltAlabama, ISUandMississippi advantage of Bishop Kenny was too game Next Tuesday Feb. 6, the Tornadoes GENERAL ELECTRIC WEATHERTRON
but could conceivably be com- much to overcome. ;
State are all mighty tough just one will host the Live Oak junior var-
peting In the NCAA's. One of the above four figures to win the regular season Kenny hit 12 of 24 shots from the that edged the ,
a team barely HEAT
title and the big (not automatic but all but sure) that goes with it. But, if one ofthe field in the first half and 7 of 11 In the sity Tornado five out 62- 0 In Live Oak PUMP It.
also-rans Georgia, Tennessee, Florida. Auburn or more probably Ken- second for a 54 percent field goal which '
Jan. 116. It was a see-saw game Then talk to us! FREE ESTIMATES
tucky wins the conference tournament on UK's home floor (and the league s shooting average. The Crusaderswere found Live Oak a little ahead and ableto '
automatic invite) then the other three toughies of the foursome. will be lefthome. 14 of 26, or 53 percent, from the freeze the basketball in the final GORDON AIR CONDITIONING
free throw line. 'I
Bradford hit 18 field goals to 19 for throws.seconds A to cold get game-winning second quarter free in :;

Did you see what Ocala Vanguard did to Gainesville( Eiit.lde In basketballthe Kenny but the Baby Crusaders had a which CHS scored only 6 points made HEATING .
In Ocala? The defending state champ Knights humbled the 14-3 margin at the free throw line. I
other night the difference. Reddish scored 16 473-4777 Hwy' 100 Between'Starke '
Rams 84-60 and led 2HI at one point.. Bradford hit only 3 of 14 charity points, Fisher 14. and McBride 11 In & Keystone i'I j'
Eastside came In to the Vanguard lair with a 14-2 record, fresh. off a 78-42 chances.chances, missing several 1-and-l v,'that game, one of the best the JV has i'k
beating of the Tornadoes. played this season.
The Tornado five beat Kenny S7-50
In a meeting in Jacksonville early in .
December. "You can say that Charles -- ---- .

n -- _LD J'1\i_ was Lee beat moved us up singlehandedly to varsity, the before Kenny he I Entries Call Ii F-!-I

(904)( ) 845-2485..

I :',,Lady Tornadoes Cruise Past Baker 55-375; I o .d e 0 Concession Stand V Open :I f

.. ''1 -1 Week Leaves Bradford 5-7 for Yearpoints. Feb 3-4 : tjh !).':;
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The Mf JU basketball of five rebounds and Sarah Biggs rippedoff .. ..... **, \. ,... Ii.
Lady Tornado Baker 10. boards."Weplayedwell. Valery Chandler scored eight points .. ) .. f i '.
Bradford High rolled past ." said Coach Jerry while reserve Judy Hankerson came '
County 55-37 Monday night after In McGriff, "jumping out to that lead off the bench to lead the club in Sponsored by Lake Butler Riding :C ubF ( ; +/

getting rolled by Santa Fe Saturday record helps. but we're stifl making the same rebounds with, six. "
that left their season "
silly fouls and turnovers. 'r :
at 5-7.. r SMS a 4 It 0.71 CLUB ARENA.
BHS 55Baker 37 Slur P$.. *l-t, .ut.. r..t4. 4.14 .}Iewwla /. .p. 14 It 12 l Is-al. t .11*
t..1. M_ _.. CNId.M .... INS laXay .H-ll Williams.M. SIl! N I. .
pradford on top of the >... ... .. LAKE BUTLER ;
jumped 'M* CKaiKlar>->*. IMMT rt ,.. Darter 5.. wawlv HSlay CtaoaHar it
visiting Lady 'Cats 12-0 and coasted to II. _.i IJ.. W.ay 5...t.."kF.tBlIsn -*.. H........... .,
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Ckarry + Oaky 1.44.
the season
their second victory of H- jtmn IJ-4. IIKN > L__ .... I '
against the Macclenny had team.maybe her In a showing termed "terrible" by OPEN JACK POT i2: \!
Theresa Woody u she Coach Jerry McGriff the Lady AB Family ,
best of the EntrtaJnmnt
stat game Tornadoes were ( Bradford will be
and collected 10 swamped (1-2)) by again on the road
bucketed 18 points Santa Fe on the road Saturday. against Hawthorne, tonight, Feb. 1, .
rebounds.: fired ]In 18 markersfor ,The host Lady Raiders led lC-6 with an 8 p,m. game before ending a Saturday Night 7:30 p.m. Sunday Afternoon 230p.m.
Janette Easley while Sandra early 31-10 at the half and never Monday. Feb. 5 home-court MAIN RODEO EVENTS :'
the Lady Tornadoes
were challenged as BHS could freshman-girls JV-girls
Darley 11 fought off the eight flu bug rebounds to score manage just on* double-figure scorer trlpleheader against Gainesville varsity Calf Roping, Bronc Riding Roping Barrel Races, ,Wrestling, addle Bronca f:i
points with that was Janette Easley, who hit II Eastside at 8 p.m.
Vafery Chandler hit for Six points "

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BOYS and Girls Netters Open at Home; ,;. "1


Bradford High boy and girl tennis teams open their 1979 seasons against
Lake Butler-Union County at the BUS courts Tuesday afternoon Feb. 6. .
Match-Ume is 3:30 for the first of a 19 match schedule for (the year. h;} .

GirlsThe TENNIS 197*
: Lady Tornado team comes of f a Lake Butler ,. Home
\.' 9-5 year and though Coach Melba Tu... Feb.' GalnetvllleMacClenny ;:.J'., 'Homy
1))1 Howard says her girls-learn isn't as W.d.F.b.7 Away
I strong as some of the past they should Mon. Fab. 12 P.K. Yon,. ., '. Horn
be winners against the longer Tus. Feb. 13 Lake City Away
schedule. Fri.
Thur. Feb. 22
i "I think we can go 12-7 If we do what Tu.,. Feb.7 Heights \+: '
, i we're capable of," Coach Howard Thur. Mar I Green Cove ) .',}qAwayTues.Mar.1 :
I assessed. "We should be able to beat P.K. Yonl'E. : ..' ( ';1'Away

1':, Lake Butler but after that we've got Thur.Mar. I MacClenny Eatttlde /:V,'!.,"o..\..:ii I/; Horn Horn ?
School (Wednesday. Mon.Mar. 12 '
High :
:''<'i Away
and out of our Mar. 13 1'' ,
I Feb. 7) they're Just Tu.' Butler.; > ; ,AWIYThur.Mar,22

I league. I have to be realistic and tell Thur. Mar. IS Lake Lake City ( Boys. Only) ,, :: : ', ; Horn .., T -. --
the girls to Just see how many games
; can win against CHS. Lake City Keystone Heights (Girls Only) ''Away IH79 BUS! GIRL'S TENNIS TEAM
and they P.K. Yonge will be the other Mon. Mar 2* Keystone Heights (Boys Only) Away Left to right Jixflla Crawford Terry Gasklns, Crcllla Not pictured Jana Godwin Elise Johns and Karen I
really tough teams we play." Tues. Mar. 27 Santa Fe Away. Infante. Nancy 1'Iu' 'nt., Michelle Sapp Terri Thomas, !Macy
Thur Mar. 2f Palatka' 'ouch Melba Howard Janice Jockel.i : .
One thing i hi all but sure for the BUSgirls Tutt. April I 3 Green Cove Home i. !tD1IIIII.'" _w llI II- -
Junior Janice Jockel will play Thur. April Santa F* 'j 1' Horn
the number one singles position for District April ".11 Galnesvlll
the second straight year. After that l
the number 2-3-4 positions are wide All season matches begin at 3:30: p.m. ,
open and will be continually battled
for by returners Jana Godwin and
Elise Johns and newcomer Cecilia ago. Four returners \who started at two spot last season while Johnson I
Infante. Johns is a Junior while the least some of the time last season give played as a freshman before sittingout
other two are seniors. hope for a better mark and.Coach last year with a knee Injury.
Mike Sexton said the experience will Carlos Hernandez and Robbie
The number five singles slot is also
give him a wealth of depth."I Pierce held down the number four and
The remainder of the club will
open. feellike should lot of five slots and
bid for the final playing slot. Senior we get a a year'ago are again
returner Nancy Payne is in the points from our number 3-4-5: playersthis vying for starting playing time but
season. We've l been lacking therein they've got competition. Sexton calls
running along with JV graduate t.+,. ''V y tlr wrI
observed. "We're Chuck
Michelle Sapp junior Karen Macy. the past. sophomore Johnson "a sleeper
and sophomores Terri Thomas. Terry balanced enough now to get points who could end up playing third or I
Uaskins. and Joella Crawford. there. fourth for as, and returning some- .
"Our first and second spurts are time-starter Kip Pratt, just a : .
pretty well set with Steve Griffis and sophomore will bid for action along L -
Boys Chub Johnson but the other spots are with seniors Donny Dayan and Mike J
I The boys squad will be trying to really up for grabs right now." Akrldge. junior Wayne Searle and
better the 5-B record carded a year Griffis played mostly at the number freshman Donald Cissy.I .

II I JV Girls Keep Streak Alive With Win Over SFE

Bradford's JV girls pulled together nightmare third stanza "we called phenomenal 22 rebounds Hope -Ai 7
after a third quarter dry spell put time out at the end of the third quarterand Jackson who hit 11 points and ; :1 /
them behind 21-24 entering the last used that and the break between Louette Smith who scored four points : .._ v
'- --
period and beat Santa Fe 36-28 on the quarters to get organized." and snared 11 boards. -

road Saturday Jan. 27. fins was right back on 'track in the BHS William ..0-.. Jackson J-HI, Holllit. 1919 BUS BOYS TENNIS TEAM I
The win was the fourth in a row for last period with Mae I Hullis fueling the 114ank.rsan. Hln.4l 0-t-o.,KllyloN looar 0-0-0.rrli Smith 4-0-1,I04.IF Marine
the 6.2JV Lady Tornadoes but maybethe late game rally that resulted in a t-\J\ Rhoda 1-l-J! SharparH. Oanltll *..... .Ituttom row (l-r) Donald Jlssy..
toughest of the string. BHS led 10-8( downhills victory. llollis hit three Chub Johnson, Steve after a quarter and 20-15 at the half inside shots and clicked on seven of 11 The JV girls join the BUS freshman Johnson. 7
but the door shut on the Bradford free throw chances in the crucial last boys and varsity girls in a road triple .Top row (l-r) Prwayne, Searle;
bucket in the third period enabling SF period to finish as game high scorer header at Hawthorne tonight, Carlo Hernandez Roses are red 1
to grab a three point lead. with 13 points.Bradford Thursday, Feb. 1,and in a home triple Michael Acreage, .I '
also got leading header against Eastside Monday I onny Dayun. |Hip| Pratt. Robbie

"The shots just wouldn't go." Coach performances from Tracy Feb. 5. The JV girls game starts at I'lorcc, Coach Mike Sex ton Violets ore blue 'ZV'Send
Jerry McGnff remembered of the llankerson. who pulled down a 6:30: ( In both instances.

favorite someoneA

I Thompson Erases School Record As. BHS Weight]lifters Top GHS Telegraph your ValentineYou

Bradford High weightlifters earning three team points for Bite. '

bounced always tough Gainesville 422S Alton Moore, Isaiah Jenkins Mike ,
Wednesday Jan. 24. to up their Jordan Daryl Thornton, and Danny ,
.. be tothpLyourfayorite.persononi
all for don't have to a poet
perfect season record to 3-0. Nugent got runnerup points the :
The Tornadoes got a school-record Tornadoes. .
1 performance from Randy Thompsonand : | : !
four other first place showings in 1 I mr. HI 1I||||| lui
I .. topping the Canes now 1-2 on the Summary Bench press clean and 9 I: 10a; ;. .-3_ 'e' I es y.. ,,' ethero
before some 4(1( students in the
ISMS weight room. jerk!'''Mortln- total.J,Nuganf(B>UO-llt- I not your message rhymes when
Thompson benched 320 pounds and 24$, Singleton (O) 140. Fir l JIII
clean and jerked 270 for a 590 total Ill-Willlamt IOI130, Thornton I/81 141-,70.JOI. you care enough to send the
I Sandan IOI 100. :
that easily won the 198 pound weight
Ill-DMIl sal 215-31(Mil. Robiton 101> 131
division and five the best do it through a
was pounds over Parade t IB) 140-UHU. very ,
old school mark set by Lawrence 14.Butlar cal 450 Jordan ,IB) 140-100-440 ... ,.
Patrick last season. Patrick went on p1.mm0(0); 411.UlJonn ',, ,. Ior Telegraph Valentine.fifteen
(Bl 1M-140-S20. Moor. (le) lts-114. ; .
to win the state championship with a 'it.-"
410. Norton (O) 440.
575: total. 101..YoomonICal2f..I25-J10. J.nXln. 1JO- words Si.98 .
Lin Davis! upped his personal best to I10-4M MHat (IOI 410. 'published-February 8 (prepaid)
IffrTnompun (B) :HOI'mo, Pyalr O) 110.
425 to win the 132 pound division. ,
H.v.lmoIICOI 115 Strickland IOI 5)0 Scott
Other BITS winners Wednesday were 181 n02154U.Bradford's.
Timmy Jones, with a 520 aggregate at
165.Charles Veomans. with a 520 totalat next meet will be away
181. and Bobby Martin, who carded from home at MacclennyBakerCounty
a 275 total at I U. Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 3 p.m.
Second place'showings were crucialin The Tornadoes hosted Ocala TO
the win over the Hurricanes, Vanguard yesterday. t

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Thurs Feb. 1 Frash. basketball at Hawthorn ] p.m. ; .
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BHS girls JV, V basketball Hawthorn osJO, 8 p.m. ":;, .,': ,
Fri. Feb. 2 BHS basketball JV, V at Baker ':30 p.m. ; /. f.
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Sat. Fab. 3- BHS wrestlers at District Teurmy Clay ...m. I ,' ,r., ,r ,'-r'." I. I,
Mon. Feb S Eastsld at BHS fresh basketball S p.m. ------------------------

Eastslcto at BHS flirts JV, V basketball ':30, p.m. .BUS weightlifter Randy Thompson works out. The Tornado IlK! pound lifter ____________________
Tu... Feb. 1 Live Oak at BHS JV V basketball o:30,8p.m. upped the school record for total lift to 590 pound In a team win over Gainesville

Wed. Feb. 1BHS weightlifters at Baker 3 p.m.'NinthGraders High last Wednesday benching 320 pounds and lifting 270 pounds In the I ___.._____ ______. I i
clean and Jerk.Basketball. I

I :-; Fall to 1-7 On thePalatka's Court .. I I.HS ."",n", .. 'i t I

freshman Panthers Tornadoes to 1-7 on the with a Against Palatka l last week BUS led Hudsonl-a-4.Thompkmil-H. achunla.O'o. ,"J' \
year ,
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erased seven point deficit in the game upcoming against Hawthorneon 14-7 and was In control at the end of Orlllli .....
I ''friendly surroundings of their home the road tonight, Feb. 1, starting at the first period but were caught and pal' Wlllumt' 2-U. Young l->.4. Alum U-4. I Mail or bring coupon P O. Drawer A k ,
gym and dumped the BHS freshman 5p.m. and a matchup with Gainesville passed in the third period. Jonas fr4>'0. Hondralh 1.02 "0-1. Rowan Lg-2 Brawn with payment to: ,
56-45 Wednesday, night Jan. 24. Eastside, Monday. Feb. 5, at 5.p.m "We played well but we got a little 1.0-1 O..kln Starke, Fla
I Both teams beat BUS earlier in the tired late in the game and the ball just 1'
i The loss dropped the ninth grade year. wouldn't go in for us in the fourth
quarter" said Coach John Slater,
remembering his team was down by

!i Game and Fish Commission Dates Set only a point 34-33, entering the last 0 aaL Jao = ooaoao '
quarter. "I'm going to start using the
i JI bench more from here on out so my !
, TALLAHASSEE The Game and Center: 301 North, 7:30 p.m. starters get more rest." t1'1 EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
\ Fresh Water Fish Commission will be February 7 Palalka-Ravine Todd Jackson needed little rest
,\ on the road in February listening and Gardens Stale Park, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.The sparkplug guard was 6 PM 10 PM
j talking to the it _
public .
'j serves.R. February 20 Jacksonville- hot in all four quarters and ended witha -
Bernard Parrish Jr. chairmanof Independent Life Building showing. Eddie Winkler and ,
20 point
the Commission issued; an invitation Auditorium, 7:30: p.m. Kenneth Griffis split a dozen points PRIME RIB AU JUS
to all sportsmen and Interested More detailed information on the while Scott 'Hudson and Eddie k w
. citizens to attend any of the 15 public public hearings can be obtained from Thompklns each scored four points t 4 1
hearings to be conducted around and + Make Your Own Salad From Our Salad
the any regional office of the Game ass '4 I 4$ Bar
I i state. Fresh Water Fish Commission. Pal U I) >> M
I "These hearings are the best way Fresh Baked
for the people to voice their opinions isHomOmade Potato
on matters relating to our freshwater DWIGHT SLATER'S I r3.wiLJ Bread
fish and wildlife resources. We will be ONLY $ '
listening to what they have to say as arved Whipped Butter 595 '
well as bringing them up to date on (9 Personally Glass Of ''','
Burgundy Wine "
j|! ,,4 rf' Parrish current said.and upcoming projects" Open Food" Sell ".*. *" By Our Chef

I !.t 'The meetings' will be at night to 7A.M.- 12P.M. & Walnut St ,
. a6l r
';; allow the majority of people to attend A 1 --I
and will also cover local topics of rl rarA

i'' [h interest" he added. MOTOR OIL PEPSI "
The results of these public hearings $119' ..
y j ;, will be compiled: and presented to the 3 Qta $129 Tu } ,1.1. .
1<<' five-member Commission when it 160Z. ;1
meets March 19 in Tallahassee to Plus Tax 8 Pk 8 Deo. :

consider,, the 1979-80 hunting and I .
fishing regulation. Bord art's ALL BRANDS BIER 4QicQcPM susLt
and locations for
Dates. times .
public hearings are: MILK $ .|| GO Cue ..E.
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ftkc CltY Tournam .yfniUMfl ,

Cdv Stunned Twice, Blazers Score 90 '

I In 13-16 Year Old Starke 'Case. LeagueThe .

Bullet extended their lead in Wednesday' second game at the Old .ul>...<-J. "Mww", _.. ,
Small Fry basketball play with two Armory Jumping out to an 8-0 lead .... T.MMMM I..*. MUMMM ees, KwmetfyJem Pr.1 .-'
wins In the 64 Starke 143. .
lion league action last week.R<-..._.....- .Mar$4 *-*. ,. ,
Williams' 14 point performance.James I.

Bullets 36-Nets Martin scored eight point
for the winners while the Rockets' Nets 42-Rockets 14
The third place Nets were no match high man was Willis Chandler with The Nets controlled the game from w..,.. I '
for the front-runners as Isaac Simmons six marker
bucketed start to finish as a balanced scoringattack
IS points to help the
pushed them the Rockets
Bullets take a 204 halftime lead Jails Will..**>..!.. Martin *.., In second
Wednesday Jan. 24. "_..IJ.. Mermen !.... .._ IJ.. Monday's game
Chuck Coburn and Tommy Manning *MI* tl CfcWdler: .I4, NMIlMtM IJ.. Three double figure scorers Bret
Bement with 14 points Johnny Jackson ., 1t ylt .
accounted for eight
points apiece for 12. and Charles Murphy, 10, led
the winners while Charles Ballets 33 Jazz ,
Murphy + Pu1l
the winners while Willis Chandler
scored four points for the John had hot hand /
losers. Manning a good netted 10 points for the Rockets. r
for 14 points and the Bullets explodedfor 1 'rail 1l tt1 7
iiltotM, c._.*..|,', 16 third quarter tallies In whipping T
T, Meitnlna..... llmnwm ..!/, Hetei J.JufcMiiejckM. *aGb
KtmMtfyNetlt Jaw In a Monday afternoon game. Mwcttyl. ., ..met* >+!&,
LN. JecklM. IJ, Mure4.. Isaac Simmons earned eight *.<*.... c_...... *-*!*, ...._ ...... ,1 e
markers for the winners while Billy
Jail 28-Rockets Harrison was high for the Jazz with Current Standings: Bullets 9-2-1. Jazz
The Jazz had an easy time of it In. four. 7-4-1, Nets frS-1 Rockets 0-10-1
r Starke Lake City
Tourney Winner a'r i i"lo
The Starke Recreation DepartmentAll j ,.:
Stars and a junior team from Lake
INTRODUCINGBIG City came out the winners in the 13-18
year old doubleheader played at the
Old Armory Thursday, Jan. 23.
b 1
&& AUTO PARTS The Starke stars edged a Gainesville 1
Boys Club team 68-63 while LC
1642 S. topped the Reno Ravens 44-43 on a
St. 964-822O bucket with seven seconds to go. ,

U. S. 301 SOUTH BV'SUZUKI Starke G'vIllecS
hosting recreation department ,
squad came back after trailing

throughout the first half to beat the ... I 3
-- r'A'
COMPLETE LINE OF visitors from the university city in \
Thursday's first game It's all eyes on the basket as he Starke Itrcrealion lialnrsvllle team MIn a youth cage doubleheader la ; ,
AMERICAN AUTO Greg (Chandler, the rec league's Department basketball all cUm, play tiaintnvllle at the KUrke Thursday night. hUrke players with dark pullover .j
PARTS..... leading regular season scorer Old Armory laM week are. from left to right Kmrncltalklni.. Chuck r'r'Jl'rllI'YII.
I showed he could rip the cords againsttough The Starke stars beat the N.W. Boys club of Johimon, ham Carter Greg Chandler, and Gary Carter.
competition as he bucketed 42 i
points for Starke. Chuck Johnson
Stop By And Meet BIG added 13 points and Emmett Watkins (I
Knicks Double Winners in 10-12
added nine markers for the winners. Only Play ?
Greg WillifordOr When the Starke team goes to
Ormond Beach later this month for The Knicks were the only team in Knick 38.Celtics 26 l lasers. Charlie Pelham added 13 ,
ianGauthier the state youth basketball tournamentthey Starke's 10-12 year old league to win points and Simon Mitchell for the 'I I

.u Celtics
outscored the 16-
will be without Chandler and both: their games last week as they The Knicks Knicks ?
Chub Johnson, two all star regulars moved out of the cellar into a three- 9 in the last period to post a victory In
who are too old to play In the state way tie for second with the Celtics and Thursday's second game at the. Old Kn...... Tv.M IH. J', .......1 I...., Mitchelllt. "
A rmory. ill Jlllerwn I > Peltiam H IILakert ,
event. Hawks. for OrlHIn >.-.40. .,Many 4..., i t
AUTO RfflS Center George Garcia of Gaines- The Lakers remain in first, four Timmy Tyson threw in 26 points ..........* .4. J.c...... I" G
ville controlled the early going in games in front of the rest. the winners while Daren Chandler (
Thursday's game and finished with 32 paced the lowers with 13 markers. Hawks 33-Critic S3: !

points. Rick Garrison added 21 Lakel"l48llawks 41 KnicktTVMII' '.*->*,.01..."..4,Jrtierten4. Levi I Simmons' 21 points were Just ,,1
markers for the losers. Kevin Griffin scored 24 points and >.(,_ I.CJCillici enough push the Hawks past the I
FOREIGN I DOMESTIC PARTS It.,..l-t-4.. c..Welklntje.._... 14 a/. Jehmwi ..'1. I.Cerler Robert Bellany added 16 to help the cnendier' till, '....lOn J.> .. Celtics in Tuesday's second game. I il

O'vllle-Oerclel.*>,0..1_.....'.Smith Lakers take a 12-9 first quarter lead y.lkam 3.1.1. Rickey Gainey bucked immons i
AUTOMOBILE .I.I. ......." I.I.I. Hnlnerwt !.I, Smith I.H. and beat the Hawks Thursday Jan. with 12 points for the winners while ,
PAINTS 25. Knicks l6-Lakers S4 Shaun Jackson points, and Daren ,
LC W. Reno 43 The l losers were led by Levi! The Knicks led 36-32 at the end of Chandler 10. keyed the losers i
WEEKLY SPECIALS In game that was tied at halftime Simmons who bucketed 28 points for three periods and held on to outlast Hawkl-Tytonl...I.I.m.. ...nt t-Hl,O..y'- l
and tight all the way the visiting Lake .11. !
City club edged out the Ravens from high-game honors. the Lakers 56-54 Tuesday afternoon Celtic* Chan.r l-t>l|, Jackwn. '-114.Current .
Jan 30.Timmy. Pima, f,1.1,
WATCH FOR OUR the RJE center 44-43 In Thursday's Lker OrlHIn/ 1IJJ4. Belleny 6611.pan.r..n Tyson's 27 points were high
night-cap. -- J4Jeckion.. I eJ. for the winners while Kevin Standings; : Laker.3..
game .
Nawkt-Tyunl I.s T.ylo,1.I.a. '1"0..1.
scored and
Daren Coleman 14 points U.. Oelney .-... Griffin rammed in 40 points for the Celtics 5-7. Hawks rtK icktI'7.: I
GRRNOPEMNG Vincent McCray 12 as Reno tried to
make the night a local sweep but LC's
balanced offense and bucket with I

difference seven Ben Nichols seconds added left seven spelled points the for Bullets Still in Control In Small Fry League ; iTh i\\

,. ... ... ... the local club while LC got scoring Emmett and f
: ' Cavaliers who had marched SchMit 1,1-4 .nllO" I-H4. Wdklm .I4, Watkins with 27, 1
.. :, ,.., ,, ., ..:, ,: : from seven players. their first MCDUIII .14. carter >.0-4. Michael McDuffle with 24, paced theCavalier + :
''ObEN'/g.ID'A: ) I LC Devlt .,.1. Pierce. **.., Jer... l-S. through games imid! l Jc'rtf; lh> 1&/111 i II': i.. I
...... :", '.' d ""c, I .... .,.. ""S'AnEE1\ : :. ..: : ., : .....<. ; \ : Harris ..s,!., I.d..., >... Cyan_ ltI.Keoene unbeaten were upset twice last week Warriors 56-'Blasers >ilATfer 'i : I
hrSenior.8gyaRbasketball.raeU. a .-- u."NW"h. "" It',
!\ .
\ SL/t.1 .
cWfrn' .
'" d "! kriocbintf'ofrihe ''" 4rHN6Y.a nk
4 : NWMett "" ''
/ 't"I."''* j+IJTMcCrey: M-l>, by the Starke Recreation I
\. ::8'" M\ ''!I(:i;3' 1 fR'M'' ., .,... .... sponsored Trail Blazers took it the chin them- ..!*, Oiwell tH4. ,
''', .. .Ii:. ..., ,, ". ....J Nichols .7. "' J-M (1II1"a.4. while the Trail Blazers on ... Orillii 91.. Shannon '.*U.Walkint ,
Department 1: iwrt
h .. .. .F. ... .. .. '" ..... had their most successful week of the selves from the Warriors in a Friday I>'''', McDvrlM l 11..14. I
season, winning two of three to pull afternoon game at the Old Armory. i!
the Johnny Boswell tallied 26 points for 'Bla Sera DNugKMlISThe
into a tie for third with Nuggets. 1season's
the Warriors who also got 14 from Trail Blazers erupted for the
Hubert Berry and 12 from Kent Hood. best team point total of 90 !
Blazer -Cav's 16 Greg Chandler banged in 34 pointsfor points behind the 58 point game of

NOTICE The Trail Blazers handed the the losers. Greg! Chandler and crushed the (
league-leaders their first loss of the Nuggets WM5. :> "
Warrior > rry U Hamm 0-4. MM 16
season as Greg Chandler hit for :34 It. ii.w.ll '..J', jury Carter drilled Irt 26 points in ;
points and a 22 point third Quarter Trail.. llaim-$ Chandler I*114. luannwi f the winner's scoring show while i i
flurry erased a three point half-time .*, Carter a.1-4. Ckanditr. 1..g t Chuck Johnson led the, losers with 23. i., t I'
We Have What You deficit Isam Carter added, 10 points for the Nuggets-Cav's 70 Trellleierl) C ...d.a, ,,.>l,a. c.t.....* f I r f

'Blazers while Emmitt Watkins Chuck Johnson gunned In 34 pointsas 'I.Nu"I. Carter..... Johnson'04. II ..Ia. link J.4-4, OrelI. 4. '(
Need To Set Up Your scored 14 for the first-time losers and the Nuggets kept the Cavaliers in a JeHerton *H, : ",. .
Billy Shannon added 10. spin with' a seven point victory In '

1b I .,.. I,.4-34. H."IIOOa.2-6. Friday's second game. Current Standing: Cavaliers-2, !
Trail Chandler
etcher' a..4. eerier VHoCeveller Johnnie Boswell added 18 points and Warriors 4.5. Trail Blazers. .. 4-6,
.. Chu. J.nnw.1a4. Orillll>, Donme Banks 16 for the winners while l' gets.-6.-6. /\1'0. '1...', \
\ .
Bookkeeping ,t "Jo" / ,. "1''
Your I! j o t .' ', .: .. j'
Boss Anxious t s.- Clinic Policies, .,,.from page one.:........,......:.............................. ,r

System For To Get- The rity to ultimately force compliance. per authorities who had powers of The staff report also recommendedthat r I
Harper says the clinic board will be In subpeona etc.' Those allegationswere a committee be formed that
Books Set Up contact with Walsh and the district as follows: 1)) Dr. Lennon's use would determine the nature of the I
board in the near future to discuss the of the Clinic vehicle for personal purposes relationship between NCKCMIIC: and
report and the best means of taking 21) the provision of services by B-U Clinic. The committee would I
--1979: For, 19791 l action on the recommendations.Since Lennon to a private patient who Include representatives from the
; the B-U Clinic receives state agreed to pay for said services with Clinic Board the District HI Board
and county funds to operate a mental workmen's compensation settlement and NCFCM1IC ,
health clinic which under state statute monies, 3)) the use of Clinic facilitiesby One area of concern to the District
If Your Business Is A makes the clinic responsible for Lennon for services rendered to a board was the composition of the
providing 12 essential mental health private patient and 4) the Issuance of Clinic,Board of Directors. Appointed
services in the two-county area, the state drugs designated for indigent by county commissioners from Brad I
Service Station Lumber MillFurniture District III Board has the respon- Clinic patients to the private patient.. ford and Union the board Is made up

sibility to see that the clinic complies Harper said he requested and of five citizens from each county all I
Grocery Store Store with ,administrative regulations received an interview with State of whom are member of "govern- I
Liquor Store issued by Health and Rehabilitative; Attorney Gene Whitworth and Assistant mental or other highly political segments \
Clothing Store Appliance StoreAccounting Services. State Attorney Ken Hebert. and of the community:' according ..
Meat MarketNursery The investigation and ensuing reportby he and a quorom of clinic board memo to Walsh. Walsh says It Is desirable to !
RestaurantBakery I Firm the District III Board was bers went to the meeting with the have of these persons, but <
Sales prompted by two coinciding events: clinic's charter and by-laws. the board could be Improved with :
: Air Conditioning -Dr Joseph Vey was fired from the "It apparently appeared to them we more representation from other sectors .( .
Bank clinic by Dr Lennon after using didn't have our policies polished off 1- of the community as a whole.
!., ,< Tire Store ';,' profanity while counseling a teenage 2-3 but if they'd asked us, we could The North Central Florida Community 'I'
Drug Store .' Carpet Store Auto Parts House client. Vey appealed the firing have answered their questions." liar Health Center's Board of Directors
requesting re-instatement. and a per said of the meeting.In is comprised of representatives \
Mobile Home Sales Motel l Shoe, Store seven-hour hearing conducted by the the staff report. Walsh says it from most facets of the area served.
',<. Clinic Board of Director's Personnel appears that the Clinic "Board has all required by federal statute. .
Committee ended in the denial of deferred matters that require policyto according to JS'CTCMHC director of .
Vey's request. Vey contended he was the initiative and design of the. planning David Jacobsen;
And Many Others denied due process throughout the staff: there Is little1 indication the Harper says the "political power on
proceedings and before the firing. board has acted either to approve. the board Is not by design." "We are. '' I
including no warning reprimand or amend or disapprove staff work." concerned citizens trying to provide

We. Have What You Need. Den't Delay Call teday. Chairman counseling from Harper Dr. said Lennon.Vey Board had Walsh common went, among on to say newly this was forming rather the Two mental of ,our health board service members to the J

received reprimands and. had been human service agencies but "as is IMaxie Carter ,Jr. and Sam Johns* :

We Will Gladly Help Toy Cheese The System That involved In employee conferenceswith currently the case, policy matters in were elected chairmen: of their county ,
Lennon several times before the the Bradford-Unlon Clinic have been commissions after they were elected .
'. firing. Vey has petitioned the 1st District challenged and apparently no policy to the board.Another .: ,
Ylur Particular MiosaCSHE ;! Court of Appeals In Tallahasseefor formally adopted by the board area of controversy was ,,
Fits ; a hearing In the words of the District III staff Policy decisions have been placedin the board members. The staff report :
report "The allegations lof( denial of the hands of Director Lennon, slates "Apparently the clinic board
due process to Vey> Were Intensifiedby according to Walsh, and 'it seems has overlooked certain federal
the resignations of two other staff reasonable that any....major decision regulations prohibiting :
persona who sympathized with Dr. which' 'would...adversely affect the nepotism over a year ago the ''
Vey and in their resignations leveled staff should come from the Board of Board minutes reflected written concern -
,1 charges at the Clinic and Its administration Directors raised by an employee who felt It t
".: ," Harper says. Lennon serve Iri an Impossible to supervise an employee
; One of those resigning staff administrative, capacity as well as those husband sat en the 'Board.ef
Office Shop : : members was Gary Tomhn. who filed being a' staff member, and Director" "
;, '; with the state attorney's office the recommendations can be made by Bother employee have complained
recently-cleared allegations of criminal Lennon, but the Board .of Directors that the Board member's wife
p 'Ljio /'; misconduct against Dr. Lennon. adopts policy Harper added, "VY.''area '' received preferential treatment; in the \
"'It (the second and coinciding event. relatively new organization and alit condition under ,which she assumed
964-5764 Stark, The District III Board left investigation of our policies might not be formally responsibility emergency: ser
110 W. Call St: of some the allegations to the i written what with constant updating* vices..._this kind of situation could be
.. State Attorney's Office because they and revisions. We certainly don't avoided. by adherence\ 10 this regulation
FREEBELIVEXfT0Y0RB9BR. ? entailed 'potentially criminal want to violate any guidelines. lncef. which Isa- pmdeot federalpoUey.
offenses, and should be left U) pro- that's where our money cornea from" .; ."



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'UI III ] IJI UI ilIJlm ] I r Obituaries ... 1.1.! Jr 11 HIII.nUl I ******** SERVICEMAN *******

Butler llendrlck I. !/" Foster Steve Hayes and Terry Corporal Walter Brook based at Marine Corps Base Camp

I moved to Starke where she lived most Funeral service* WeN 'tout Michael Hayes live in Gainesville Participate Ltfrune N.C."AlpinelVarrior" .
Butler. Hendricks, 83, of Lake of her life. In 1972 Mrs. Nettles movedto Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 31, !B file Mrs. Hayes is also survived by her ) He is one of more than 1,000 U.S.
\ Butler, died Friday Jan. 26 at his Orlando to live with a daughter. She DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Horn! l husband, Foster Hayes of Tunis, Mo.; Marine Lance Corporal Walter L Marine personnel taking part in the
home following a sudden illness. was a housewife and a member of the with Rev. Lacy Conway oftICI; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William L.Bailey Brooks, whose wife. Emma I Ia the three-week exercise that is designed
A life-long resident of Bradford and Seven1 -Day Adventist Church in Burial was in the family plot In LpIg of Sylvester Ga.: four sisters: daughter of Cleveland and aUtha M to test combat readiness In extreme
Union Counties Mr. Hendricks owned Southslde, Orlando. Branch Cemetery near Maxvilie. Mrs. R.P.I''utrillJ PoulIn. On., Mrs. Weeks of Lake Butler is participating cold weather conditions.

and operated his farm on SR-121 for Survivors Include two daughters, tta..Irif1Mn. Eunice Thompson of Lakeland F].; In exercise "Alpine Warrior" at Fort
many years and was in the timber Mrs. Irene M. Wallace of Longwood Mrs. Frances Patterson of Atlanta, Drum N.Y. A 1975 graduate of Union County

business. Mr. Hendricks was a FL and Mrs. Vera Suggs of *. Belly Bailey Hayes 43 and Mrs. Joyce Mullis of Sylvester He is, serving as a member of the High School, Brooks joined the
member of the Lake Butler Church of Okeechobee, FL; one son, Ralph Asa Mrs. Betty 'Ga.; one brother, Forrest Bailey 01 3rd Battalion 6th Marines, homeMarine Corps In August 1977.
Christ. Nettles Jr.. of Boynton Beach, 13 Tunis. Missouri Bailey died of Orlando, and one grandchild.
Survivors include his wife Ollie December In
grandchildren, 16 great.
St. John's '
Langford Hendricks of Lake Butler; grandchildren, and 2 great-great' Hospital a1lua.-ts LEGALS
Missouri after a lengthy 11II 1 I Till TIT I r J II1I I r II
two daughters Mrs. Marie Brooks grandchildren.Memorial .
and Mrs Evelyn Paulk. both of services were held Mrs. Hayes was burled Jan. 4 in SERVICEMENMarine

Whitehouse; nine sons, James and Sunday afternoon Jan. 28, at Poulan Cemetery In Poulan, Georgia. PUBLIC NOTICEREZONING .The location of this Earle, Sr., 4633 CrescentSt.
Services were held In the
Donald. both of Gainesville; Drew Gramkow Funeral Home chapel with Poulan Bap IS property I Is West side ., Jacksonville, Fl..
Hendricks of Miami; Joe Hendricks of! Pastor Ron Bentsingcr and Pastor tist Church with Rev. Eben Carson Pre Mark Barrick REQUESTEDFOR U.S. 301 North and 32205 doing business
Silver Herman officiating. Completes Machinist Coarse BEING under the firm name of "B
Springs, Maryland; Robert Kerr officiating. North of the Eaton
A former resident of FOLLOW.
Starke THE
Hendricks of Jacksonville; Vernon TrllJ/ had lived Mrs. Marine Private First Class Mark E. Corporation of Florida ft O Coffee Service <4633
Hendricks of Cocoa, Fla.; and Bryan, Hayes in Tunis, Mo. since Barrick, son of Glenn and Ruth S. INO DESCRIBED and South of the Brad Crescent St., Jacksonville
Harold and David Hendricks, all of Rev. E.L.Griffis Jr..57 Level 1976. She Baptist was Church a member of of the Pine Barrick of Lake Butler, Fla., has PARCEL* ford Motel and |loins Fl. 32205 Intends to

Lake Butler; one brother Dennis Rev. E.L. Griffls. Jr.? 51, of 434 N. Two of Mrs. Starke. completed the Aviation Machinist'sMate A parcel of land Road :301. Property register said fictitious
Carroll of Orlando; four sisters, Mrs. Orange Street, Starke, died at his Randall Bailey's and four son, Basic Jet Engine Course. containing 5.1 acres, owners, James T. name under the provisions
Mable Parrish of Plant City; Mrs. home Sunday evening Jan. 28. Anthony Hayes William During the five-week course at the Moor Dr. 'Harry of aforesaid
h Haves live In Starke. Two other more or less, compris
Agnes Hutcheson of Clermont; Mrs. Born May 9. 1921 in Highland, Rev. sons, Naval Air Technical Training Center of the Gruen..A statute.
ing portion .
Ida Ryals of Leesburg and Mrs. Lola Griffis was a lifetime resident of the :: :: ::::::::::::::: ::::'-::::::::::::::::::::::':::::'::::::);.;:. Millington Tenn., students received West half (Wtt) of public hearing will Daniel L Earle Sr..
Wallstrom of Sanford; 31 Bradford County area. He was introductory instruction on be held Thursday owner.
grandchildren and 21 great. ordained as a Baptist minister in June Cord O' Thanks \ characteristics and operating West Block 3 Block South 3 Rang South 2, February 15 W, at Dated this 18th day of
grandchildren. 1963 and served as the of the of January A.D. 1979. at
pastor principles jet engines.Their studies Rang 3 West the 7:30 p.m. at the city I
Services were held Sunday Jan. 28 Airpark Baptist Church and other W -:: f.W. .. X"a included engine lubrication, ignitionand West Half (WVi) of hall all parties will be Starke, Florida. )/184tpd
at 2- 30 p.m. at the Church of Christ churches in the area. Rev. Griffis was fuel systems. Additionally, they Northwest Quarter heard at this time 2/8. .
with Bros. Sammie Long and Larry an Army veteran otWW2. He retiredin We would like to thank our many studied the procedures for refueling (NW'of Block 4
Albritton officiating. Burial was in October 1978 as alorrectlohal: offi friends for the kindness you have and defueling aircraft for removaland AI Crosby, Chairman
Elzey Cemetery under the direction of cer after 23'/i ears'of service at the shown us during the loss of our mother installation of aircraft engines- and South the Rang Northeast 2 West Stark Planning and

Archer "'uneraIHome of Lake Butler. Florida State Prison. He was a memo and grandmother. For the many and for the operation of aircraft Quarter (NEV.) of Zoning Board. NOTICE OF

11 11.1 I ber of the Airpark Baptist Church. thoughtful .prayers, flowers food ground handling equipment. Block South Rang 3 INTENTIONTO
cards and the time you spent with us, A 1978 Merrill REGISTER
graduate of Union County Edward
Nettles Wt of SimonJ.
!Mrs Ruby Mae Survivors Include one son, John E. grateful. '
we are most High School, he joined the Marine City Clark FICTITIOUS
Griffis of Starke; a brother, Gadson ; Temple' Subdlvl.
Mrs Ruby Mae Nettles 85, Griffis of Starke; two sisters, Mrs. The Family of Swinton sion a. per plat thereof NAME'Pur.uant
formerly of Starke died Jan. 24 afteran Leona English and Mrs. Thelma Conway recorded In Dd A final public hearingwill to Section

apparent stroke. both of Starke and one grandson. ...Kelly.... CrosbyWe Book C. Page 424 of the be held by the city 865.09 Florida Statutes
Born in Bell Florida Mrs. Nettles T 1 public record of commission. City of notice Is hereby given that
----- the family of. Beiand Johns, Bradford County Florida Stark, to consider the the undersigned Don E.

St. Edwards Church Halt would like to our thanks to the ; alto comprising above application Champion, P.O. Box 177,
neighbors friends and relatives. portion of the Southwest Tuesday March 6, 17 Starke Fla. 32091 and
during our months of grief. Quarter of the at 7:00 p.m. at the City Donald R. Wilson, P.O.
BINGOEvery Special thanks to Archer Funeral Northeast QuarterSW4 Hall. Box IS Hampton Fla.
The with the
Home and Rev. Laurie Saunders.The highest Merrill Edwards business
( of the NEVOand 32044 doing
population I It
Saturday 8:00: P.M. Shanghai China the Southeast City Clerk Under the firm name of

411 N Temple Ave. Starke Fla. Family of Beland Johns with inhabitants.nearly 11 million Quarter of Northwest itchg 2.1.PUBLIC. "BRADFORD BATTE-

J Quarter (SEV. of NW RIES" 838 N. Temple
'"/alofSection 21, Township Ave., Starke Fla. 32091,
6 South Rang 22 NOTICEREZONING Intends to register said
East In Starke, Flo- IS fictitious name under the
On sale Thursday !d NEW rida. Said parcel being BEING REQUESTEDFOR provisions of aforesaid
IrIIE AG L E I tfjscppftj; Loiv more. particularly THE statute.

Friday & Saturday! STORED 1 described at follow) FOLLOWINGDESCRIBED Don E. Champion,
PRICES! Commence at a concrete Donald R. Wilson,
monument PARCEL owners.
located at the intersection Dated this 25th day of
of the Westerly A portion of Lots f, 10, January A.D. 1979 at
.boundary of the right- 11 and 12, Block S, of Starke Florida. 125 4tpd
of-way of State Road J.G. Alvarez Addition 2/15 ..
200 ( US 301) with the to Starke, a portion of ... . . . . .
National Brand Sale! Northerly boundary of ,Adams Street (now

aid Welt Half (WVi) closed) and a portion NOTICE OF
of Block' 3 South of the SW/4 of SW'/. of INTENTIONTO

Rang 2 West, and run Sec. 28, TaS, R22E in REGISTER
South 17 degrees, 44 Stark, Bradford FICTITIOUS
Names you know and products you trust. Save up minute and 39 1 I, County Florida. NAME

0 Yo" seconds West along Request being a Pursuant to Section
'oq said Westerly boundary chang In zoning from 865.09
t Florida Statutes
JiiltLSSm Shf -$ J $ 474 feet to a concrete R2A and B2 to 12' to notice I* hereby given that
fiW/vi i / n / T $ monument allow construction 6f the undersigned YvonneV.

1 xW& i K' (hereinafter referredto L.P. Gas Storage Hinely Rt. 3, Box 569
a* (CM) for pointof Tank at rear of pro Starke Fla. 32091, doing
a AT A BARGAIN PRICE! beginning. From perty. Excluding that business under the firm -
}J' ; point of belllnnlngihu. portion zoned B2 name of "SAMPSON
7 .94 th described run North facing road 301 on the lAKE. FISH CAMP",. Rt.

r, "a. ... JIll .t '. "oM.eA o\ ,.72,. .degrees .and 11" I l i East tUtAvOJl.ptoperty*,._ 3., Bu:>r9B9i 'Starke; Fla.
tors' '
WERE 110M t0Tout minutes West parallel The location of this 32091 Intends to register
f L with the East-West property Is west side said fictitious name under
) \ 8V 01. Might\ toiloradto .h f' ( local Eoty-coro, no-iron" 12.02 feet to a CM; behind Hardee's. Th*
l mttan/polyaitar. bl ffibrit thence South 17 owner of the propertyare
MOTOR seer, deacon loundnlng. i Yvonne Hinely
degrees and 45 Mr. and Mr.
MIL color, mini 29-42. ..DO 1 owner.
Cover .Ave .. minute West, parallel Charles Sawyer Dated this 25th day of
i with the North-South A public hearing will
4'CO EN'S LEIS .1 KCKETSUnmtolaliabta January A.D. 1979. at
11 SAVE 3Zy' ARE A GREAT VALUSIWEM line of said Blocks, be held Thursday Starke Florida. 1/2 5 4tpd :
SAVE gAVE 171 feet to a CM February 15, 1979 at 2/15.
SUPER BUY ON NTH 1 4.88 thence South 4 7:30 p.m. at the City
QUAKER STATE HD90.AT DRY CHLORINE M LBi. $AVE ON KWIK KOVER degree, 31 minutesand Hall. All parties will
A LOW SALE PRICEI $ElF-$TICK VINYL ojuaHly ol tamous maarUnMMd 45 seconds East be heard at this time. NOTICE OF
IrNge. atylM, ootora,iSAVESCOO
WA4a I B WAS 31Stlcka 35.31! feet to an Iron INTENTIONTO :
WAS 43-W 3/U4T ON MEN'S stake located on the AI Crosby Chairman REGISTER .
ew.rbr quality, haavy duty, sex granular dry formula to to any amoolh, dry aur- FAMOUS MAKER COATS Southerly boundary of Stark Planning and FICTITIOUS '
pr otacta your engine, t quart. wp.r.n otly. face New daaigna, 1S"wlda. wens 9.'frtrTtS 88 said Northeast Quarter Zoning Board. NAME ;

SI M gA VALUCPLU9IYOUR (NEVI of Block 4 Pursuant to Section
"" FuKy-Hnad |ack..t,wt'loco f.bdw, South Range 3 West; Merrill Edwards 865.09 Florida Statutes .
sLIOe RUL1/ CHOICEIORTMO fill -- AM atytaa,atzaa. .
j thence South 72 City'ClerkA
SCIENTIFIC y 1: notice Is hereby given that
CALCULATOR INSECTICIDES degrees and 15 final I public hearingwill the undersigned Maxie
1' = i minutes East along be held by the City Carter, Jr., 1710 E. Call
6 ;s 1>) if s 12 88 1.94 fashion favorites! said Southerly boundary Commission ,City of Street, Starke, Fla. .
South Stark, to consider
N 7i continuing the
i I i WASI*** ass Nate 32091. doing business :
ors Faaturaa evaiy Savtnduat or 72 degree and IS above application under the firm name of :
; math(uocikxi. axon minutes East along Tuesday March 4, CARTER ENTERPRISES I I

i e' 9citTnaoft' the Southerly boundary m. at 7:00: p.m. at 1710 E. Call Street, .
of said Northwest the City Hall.Merrill. Starke, Fla. 32091 '
Quarter ( N W /. ) of Edwards intends to register said ;
n t Block South Rang 2 City Clerk fictitious name under the
1/% 'AV'- West 273.23 feet to a Itchg 2.1PUBLIC provision of afore said :
sAVe UPTO BIQ YANK / / CM Thence North 17 statute :

UROESS t cf I \. degree. 46 minutesand Maxie Carter, Jr., :
RACKETS, -PK.BALLS VAtu.nUll IPK.DCELLAITERIES 30 seconds East, dwner. ;
PRICED FOR WINNERSI parallel with said NOTICE :
CORNING '. Dated this 11th day of
TENMS BALLS 1.97 "SUN-SENSORS" 37 c ,/' ._T01' I) Westerly boundary of .A final public hearingwill January A.D. 1979, at :
= -
9.95 9.BD 9.OB eAVe "'=- the right-of-way of be held by the City Starke Florida. :

TENMS 6.94 WERETBDaoandsblo $A YL lAYEUP TO 'WlATl1tt11TFO/I1t1N! State Road 200 225 Commission City of './11 4tchg 2/l .
\ RACKETS OKO.PNCIUghtanoartan /I AND BOYS SUPER auYI28S feet to a CM; thane Stark, February 6,
Chaos carbon cine FAMOUS MAKER JEANS FAMOUS UNDERWEAR South72 degrees and 15 ,
MacGragor or Bancroft banana*. )1979. at 7:30: p.m. At
r.ckq,opaldlng,Wilton balla. automatically.JOPC. AT A BARGAIN PRICE NOW SPECIALLY PttlCEOI wP.R'SIB minute East parallel the City Hall, to con- NOTICE OF :

I loss a w WERE 9.88 upWERE 4.44 MEN'S SIZES with last aforesaid sider the application of SHERIFF'S SALE :
t 6MTW31'f3 1t1911or t "* wwensa 3 88 Southerly boundary James Cruger a*
200 feet to a CM
Pro.Mwd ootlon Indigodyaddankn. Polyaatar/conon T-aWrta or Long --. "- lined. Asf heard by the Planningand Notice Is hereby given
I AYL t' 1, l Aye 11% .Men's 2O-3. lat 1 quaNtyt kcal brtata ki padiagaa ol> onod todda. *to XL. .,..,. located: on said Westerly Zoning Board intheir
l 111 t !A ) boundary ; that I I. Dolph E. Reddish, J
I .CHINADINNERWARE. 10 2 WESTCLOX REYNOLDS thence North 17 meeting January as sheriff of Bradford .k f
T ALARM ALUMINUM j$ t degrees, 44 minute 33. im. County. Florida under I
It 1) j SERVICE CI I CLOCK FOIL.291 ROLL t ,w,... T.. and 30 second East Merrill Edwards and by virtue of Writ of {

LLk 2.97 37 e. 0 p along aforesaid Wes. City of Stark City, Florida Clerk Execution to-wit: .t S
W T terly boundary 21
WAS Ox wAs ass
Execution Issued out of t
I feet to point of begin-
wAe 4PSip 1o nlng. County Court of Bradford :

% NOTICE OF County Florida pursuant :
: MyEt1 Request being a
VM.VeH.U9iMiTTIED Allis"I ys 1 tJ'sv chang In zoning from INTENTION to a Final Judgement for :
1 1:1: GIANT r 102. BIZ / RMI to 12 to allow construction REGISTER DuPont Mining Employees :
.r I 12 oz. ALUMINUM DSTERGEN n K of L.P. Gas FICTITIOUS Credit Union and :

TUMBLERS 1 FRAME BOOSTER ABLE t 1 Storage Tanks at rear NAME against Willard a Brown- :

3i1' ANCHOR 19.8 of property. Excludingthat Pursuant to Section trip defendant. In the :
amount of 2,057.63
HOCKING portion toned B3 835.09 Florida Statute .
R WEAl!3I rt.P oear ce WAS 3/3.57 SSHSBJSiSfl'STYUSH facing road 301 on the notice I*hereby given that together with costs of

511A HAS Y SAVINGS ON SAVINGS ON FAMOUS MAKER JR. East side of property. the undersigned Daniel L collection. ::

VtCKSNYOUH.MOZ.SIXE wine 01" ** M BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY OPERATE A ROUTE OF U. a. my possession the followr
described ,;:
1.97 r2.96 osooig jf Ing personal
,'I '"G Jt'graa 8 (AfflNlata Wanted) POSTAGE STAMP MACHINES property to-wit ;f::=
/ ., Chooaa from *avral *ouraftanaring > Short poty/ootton krttAatt Pr.--i3 + 1970 Ford 4 dr S.r
V ls.32-34A-CC. muaaa*S.MJ *atytaa.Junior atzaa S-1 SASH BUSINESS D. NO.

I WA.1a. FAMOUS .10.000-80.000 REQUIRED PART TIME WORK ON51 Hi 39012 *
CASH NEEDED TO START V'ott property of the *v
1 QUALIFIED PARTY38.00O above named defendant -
'" 70'60,000 INCOME ROUTE. .3.14260
and that on Monday the 3
s. ROUTE 2....'5,237.60
PER. YEAN. 5th day of February 1979 3
wS 5 *vrmvu.viatWBCORO' esau ROUT S.....'8.36000 9
NO at one said
;1 1.29 GLI ... 16. .. SELLING on day
,- ibe BEDSPREADS! ''SUPER VALUE 'Aye< 11 Mye PANT. ON. FULL TIME FOR INFORMATIONCALL Bradford premise* of the 3
'I 7 971.TOUAUTYA11tUT1C TOLL FREE will offer for sale and Mil
dim COMPLETE TRAINING : to the highest bidder for -
1 9 7 1800438.1014
: =- 'LUlU 1..97 =a 9.88 3.94 = 2.94 PROVIDED cash in hand the above a
YOO% bona) leery* 0VMITOU9at &1.88 0 AM TO 0 PM described property of said f
*. vNmrM ootora gno kv Throw etylax .aacen. eofton Cxpanalva dMMkq nmughoufl UlUmala) I In In.wr oalelarI Aloft MAN OR WOMAN 7 DAYS A WEEK defendant to satisfy the. i
M.sctxnp.edtobtlk.4Ta. WATM4, raronktaun-vrtgntoolorm. MM ai cow ears or atylaa. Bore''haAnr-...-..... Bore' SHyouaw W-U. CALL MR. ADAMa.... aforesaid Execution. |

0 AM TO 0 PM Dolph E, Reddish Sheriff :

312 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLORIDA 800-438-1014 FULL LINE VENDING Bradford till/ 4tchg County 4/ Florida,

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Ads GetResults C'Jawalry I\HH FOR, 011.GOLD......... ....He... FREE DOG ana ,-.r old- : ':CIR 'tIU 'K$: : mill, I ; '

....tol geld ,. W 11.1.1i| ,.1..Mr'fcaaia t pan. ..1;...,... ....Ahepkaril.. will '...I,\a".. .: I :.r :Jt! $ tt ,.J tJr

anywhere. Mr Rut .. .
d "... le c.natrj P".. '
man 47S-I003 |l.l.DOZKR: WORK. Late
ll/kg 3/1 444822 altar S,10 llcb.''rlvirnd.. dltcbaa ..!. raada. lORD PICK .UP : 1871, GOOD PRICES PAID lar.a.d NIAG".A CVCLOMASSAGE

...pLtIALmUtrTh.; : : 1au lull "AI..i ,.. II.Puppilis. r>d.d. ("I... laadllll ........ .....1.. .......... ....... ..... .U mortnn b.da. ckalra.pada '
[ ,.... s...,...,. F.... 3 I.M.Irel Trlkall. llnkla,> ".tnvn..., CS .. |C acted Pbaaa Charles else AI... aoaipar lap, I* 914 paid or marsOLIN'S kaad aalta; call ., LREALTYt
", .keklnd. ,... .(fIc.. trader ... S 10. with FREE. 7 wa.k... Holti.adarl.. "4."6l I/IS aura klgk. 1.11 ..... 6IIS. MOBILE HOME writ ltd N.W 35th Drive,
,....luralldre.. "..he. Bill ....., 3110.. e.1I 'J.kaaea eM... P"... .....11.. Itch;....| 3/1 .."... '''''''". I/I TF/akg, SALES H4- GOl. t Gateenvllle. 373-1073. ..1..
Parry. A.......... Itpd S/l. ltrh. III. 13.nZl. 2/h. .. -.- _. -- Opal cad ......... I /11 4',. III' ',0. fHONE ""..777.m *
- - -- U/rIg.
-.- --- -.- .- .ABYNITTINC DONE la 1073 MUSTANG 811.... yoaWujHy. -- -- - lOIN TEMPLE

FOR SALE 1818 Yamaha F.i.ii:AKC' r LOANS- BY PHONE ..... a .... .. 0 ,... ....U... .....111... P"... wla fiiD-.nM.Tiunb FIVE HP TILLER lid f.. 8- LJ.3': ARKK FLORIDA
.dNr. DTIOOC. 8331. 1'... %ehaaii.e MleUture Il.mewaare. L....... .. ...,,,.. ,..... II....... 471-1021 ., 374S142. .... ISO -drain -
pal paly pipe one
papplea ".,. you ejaanly lot ..1.. ..d .Ir... WID
may .
ler eckeel. 4T3 ... S/l. pick a
I." -39i6. .,. .-..11. I/2S tlik 1/28 luhg ,
S/l. nlll/18. flh... and a .... at 89,000 or mere .. i/I, | OLIN'S MOBILE HOME recllaer. .h... 304-8813. Florida U Hit growingoit big otolo. Consider
hOg ?.'"'.... 8128. Call I..ot.I ,ho .quIt3r' - --- -- Itekg 2i.NURSERY. what this for the lutur... S 19
a ,our ...... SALES t84- 6Ofl. Opaa 7 moans .prhapt or
-- 3473. .. .
2tpd 2/1 3/1. -- -- -- -- ..
FOR SALEi 1348 Cedilla. APJf'featloai' tahea by pit.... BAKERS ASPHALT Saal daya a ...". tl/..... -- -- years ahead On that bull the pIcture U bright.
W Bl .... .
nedea. Seville, enaelleel. FOR 'n. buy eslaCIng. ..rt. .aatiag service la .aw .....- -------- STOCK, 10,.. Wo expect a 10-yiar Florida growth rat of about

(.....1&1... geed. II..., recealMapecllea rrl.ld.lra"ALRtI.da.r. ,.14 fane at dlnceaat. W 011am J. ..( ".,....., Starba aaallavrawadlag iiiiifflDUPLEX /: I WANTElt lIED SPINET Irali ...... P...", peer, ...- IS percent a. comparool to an undor-M percent
....., TrTgg
.lrl. Llc..... M engage '. PIANO.' Pkaaa 044-0410. lariae. par aim etna, applet
.. Caairacia :
.11. -
newer wladewa. eeala.u.1. "lUll.." ('..011110., '73. 473-: Broker. RI. I Bos 40. .. acm araat drlvawayaaad ,. .. ... -, ,- 1/21 ,3l.kf 3/8. lor FIends. ....... cllrue, rate for the country at a wholo. So If you aro looking .

..i.ean.rndln. .1..1......,. alter 7 p.m. hl.h. S/l Hirnpt.o. Fie. IfP044 Phoas ..,.1., lalai. ..,.Ir'., APARTMENT, .. .. llg ...... Aialeea end to the futur.. yau"' imply GOT to turn to
... ..11..., md .he.,... n.r. ; 4118.11142. II 14 iP .".. aad. aaallai olallag ..,".1.. '....11.... 81.80 l,,"-24" upKvergreeaa. Florida. .
..., no d..... 0890. 473. 3 BDRM : zia i ti.. CB Name, F... ..U...... ....... 0048461. .. K lag.1., Laka. Far- TOP CASH PRICE PAID hedge. ,10.t..
with. lake ....... alak.d.. twa BR. Y... FORt Colas 8tarlln Daatal .... .... .
S/l. 034.000. illS TFch5. | crean.Pelted Plnobrooxo off of Southg.t. 3 BR 2 B CH S. A
2171. ... .... ....". Ph... 11..1.1.
( .t.., 21 likawcaae. 1',.. ;iiiitlli'CET r .r. ":' ( i. -- -- Gold al... CF Scrap .. ...1., old .
- -- - 864-7711 m years Cathedral colling 2foOO Mortgage
064-S30I' day
pnrtina. I... Reader, 4734SU3. SEWING DONE I* air Jawalry ckalia Optical "..h.... lipnelnl. priced have
with ton ladder SALE. :Inn Maple mattreaaee.1 knakbed,. lukg 2/1 \ . .I ".... Haaaaaakla rataa.Plaaaa ...., t/l TF/.... F..... Watch Backs ETC el Ceraee N.....'. 23 mllea at 8 porcont 272 pays mo. 837,500.
"" or' -- -- -- HE!: el Nterko en Hwy 100 et
-- -- call Mra.Craaaa, 7 Phaoo J.R. BuUI.. 964B250.
c....., "UNFURNISHED to -
"0. lop Tappnn |
FOR KALE Baldwin !. altar II .... "" LARGE Fl...".... Phone 1-830- Brick: BR 1 B.
reels with .,.-'.,.' even. like .... Plnae, INTO THE HOUSE 1 balks, .... air.pata : 1221. Trc'.. SI83. S/l 4lthg S/S2. Vt 127.000 122.000 Mtg. WD, 188

H....cI geld. eacellealtaedltlea. 3lckg 2/1'-700.2/ 804-8804. PROFITABLE parlabU. alga llrhf 3/1 .,..... ch. .. .. .."..1..1.P" ., ,, -' -. -- ', -- - - mo. pay. taxis and Insurance out of city limits.
080. B....... kaalaaaa.. Ha.a 1759 .. - -- ... .....UIY. llpd S/l 'Nr.TLAND-WELSII
0.'...... .,.... "108 medal. --- --.--- -- 1.000 par "aaaatk: a... CUM CREEK KENNEL.. ... : : 8 .... aid. ,
\ MARE Pour. ,
: --- --- Rd. 230 Brick :3 BR 2 8- 135.000. CH J. AfencedImmaculato. -
wllk. .bnacb, .....11..1......, SALE Fab.. S. Flra laraalaiaat .(irtamlaa aad baardlaf. i ",.k... Phone 7R23907. . condition, 8490, T...., Rd. Item, ......".1., ".000 '....1..01. Flaaaclag' haste 2. S....... 1'''... .645.21. TWO BEDROOM Mablla .. : : ,: : ... .,' parllelly. altar 3.30. en weakdeya. .
..... .. .,.1 -
413 13711. Itpd S/l. chlldraa'n. jewelry, clnlklag. ...11.1.. 1' ''... Wll...... I I. l/ll TF/ ck|. AC. bail 1/18 1/23.
.1.... .. .11....., I ltd Slpd
etc. 8a.m. -8 ... 2S4-1428. Itpd. 2/1 _. CLEANERS.
-- - -- -- p Itpd 2/1 -- ---- .. .Redgrave St. :3 BR 2 B. $Jt,'00. tot for
.....1.. 8 I/2 .11. artb KIrby, ... rad with .11..". -- - - -- Largo a
fOR SALE: 18 I.. .,. ... - -- -_ BABY8ITTINO. .. aay "... US 30*. Pkaaa 864-6018 ...... ... aaad I. "-.,. ... FREEIER 10...... I..., largo family owner financed.
,.. .. ,
kallem beet with di kpJaknnen aaday "' Friday llpd II.YUII4ISIIED. ,......... KI,,,,. All priced ..... by II..... eieelleel
electric ntart LAND FOR SALE ,,,... lalaata. P"... 064SI28. leach .. ....111.., "-...-.'''. 1250wbtte.
Murray lilt '...n... 8110. K..t.... Meigbta Nice Union l/ll TFtkg.BULLDOZER -- ----- -HOUSE- Monk A"Or.mll:. t/l r.... 384.8240, llpd .51150. an aero 120 A high and rolling fenced

413 "7$. 1'" III. ---. ------ - -- -' --- and crotsfencod owner financed.
treee ea I ,. 10 acre tr.... .la -- C...., two .......... N. llpd S6.SHELL .
---- --- -- neighborhood .... W. 3GOIALEIIOFHAY..U.,
of .U. 818
new k.... WORK ac ----- -- -----
NOTICE .FOR. BID Some : .,... part. 01.23 per ..1.. P......
lota permit mobile Madlada St. Apply I HOUSE. I." Store on 301 near Montgomery Wads.order
Wan yaar .
bach deiar. laadclaarlaij 43734. "/15 T"/."..
homee and ..... nverlaeklnn; : awl lavall Pkaaa Jlaaaa al III N. ,.,.1.... llpd I/I. 1400 ... It., I BR. 2 ..t". store reasonable owner financed.
IItight VolueteerFIrn - - -
.leke.. 115.000. Pkaaa
Priced ..> ..U with -- ------ ---- ar
Depertmeet 10101.. Marti.. 9644230. tl/ck .
164 1127. t/l 6tckg 3/8. FIREWOODt Hell cord .1
101"00.1 Channel Meterele termelrom 1200 d..... .. 840 ON KINCSLEV LAKE. I puce 019. Hatf.,.. .1 ,.... ..2 ,COO-717 W. Call large 2 BR quiet neighborhood .
100 W.U B... Slatloa. Bide per ....tlt. Commercial Ad. BILL'S SAW SHOP Complala .R ......, laralikad.. Vaararaaad. - - -- .. eek, 030. A I.. coder Ireeeler separate
will b. ep.a.d at 7:30: p.m. frontage ea SR-21 avallabla. aharpaolnf service, 0165/aiaatb sad SSO CHICKEN FERTILIZER. 7 ache ...... 44-3IIO.. garage ,
.. The department Owner ..... .. ..... W .11.. 8G .1 8'.'''. .. SR .
Jaaaary 4734375. tl/c.... """ circular baad. carblda, I. C.Tawaaaad. alter 3 ,... l/ll 3lckg 38.
'IpERsnNAt 100.
will reiela. Ibis ,..1. I., 30 ... _._ tbaia bled. kollowgrcuod S33-124I.. 21TFckg. Raaaaaakla, wa laad. .114,000 Duplex Rd. I 16 and Lake St. Owner
----- mower H.F. -- ---------
C Clavaraaltla. S/l.
d.. ,. ....laetallaliea. >| new -- \ \ } ( and ....... .. Itckg FILL financed
kaaa ...u.. wklck I..iip.eI bo. L.. .. .- -- -- ----. DIRT tap .11. T',jt I
BINGOt --- --- -- -
.d January 31. 1979. American Leglea ">: "iSERV at lackaaa BuIlding Supply, TWO ADJOINING 8 "' lauidatlaM sad yarda.tmmj .

A ...1.... bid .1 1300 will Saturday Peat 202. Sunday 7 2-3 ,... : \ ES'J. :i Starka or K.,..... Ilalfbta. FURNISHED APARTMENT Llghta sad. ACRE TRACTS Lawtay.Slarka \ Martin. 944-1230. .42 A Inside city limits owner financed. ; ;/ I'
p.m. Peblle ..
... .ip.ctad. The Fir. Invited. TF/." "' tl/thg. hal ...... laralakal. araa. 816.500 aack, It 130 TF Ich..
.. 10% dame, ..... "
Department .n. tkarlkt CLARKES SAW SHOP HO/aiaatk SIS awaar : Block of stores 'fully ronted-owner financed..
-- ---- plus --- ------
ta reluae icy 'and all.'SECOND- MORTGAGE Complete aharpcnlog cc,. LOSE WEIGHT aalaly aad .....,t' ...,..1.. Vaa Bit, 2/8.I-1R6-4838, J... X/l llcfcg EXCELLENT: !: QUALITY

kid. MONEY AVAILABLE. .ic., haad circular mower lad with XII Dial Plaa.. Ph... 864-8071. Itpd I/I. HAYS Ralaad II..... P...... .$14,000 Pratt St. !
frame .
II.. blda. .. K.,..... Up. ... --- -- -- -- largo ho., .. ", ,
300 REDUCE .114.83411. 2/22.
Voliiataar Flra D.,........ te 100% edvance with bladea, chain ..... rave at llulda with X-Pal E.13.SO. OFFICE"-- --- BALDWIN PIANOi Llkaaaw. -- -l/Z55tpd--- -- -- 511.000 Pratt St. sm.ll, frame house. i

'.0. B.. 578. k.,..... GOOD CREDIT ... additional C.... Bullde,'. Supply Katk'a l S....... 2/1 AND C..I0'.1I04. S700. PLANTS, .laipravad klaa.

lalaimatlaa H.I|,,,.. Fl. direct 328S8. qiiealfnen Far me. .. Dyer 471.....2393.11". Cell LICENSE III... L.... Butler 7/13 tI... lOlpd 4/5.raa WAREHOUSE cad SISO. Pkaaa Balldlaga.SI2S 064S26I -. I/I Xlckg 1/8. barry .iaat., bara-raat. Commercial lots Call St. 25 percent down I
0140 Alalaaa. HUaa. 60
ta II.,..... v........, lire. MORTGAGE. BROKER. USE THETAUNbRAMAT 87c"N"PAINTINGi Foat. ar 864-6112. X/l TRAVEL- ---- -TRAILER---- |YT', ...... apt apl ...,...t........, owner finance 8 percent. !

D.,,,...... P.O. Boa n.. Olckg l/t 2/29. it HWY 100 by tho Handy- ona-day aarvlca.Boo Rudy at TF/cbg. 28 U. aall-caaialaad. air, carpal 1111 aaata ....... M... R.F.

II.,..... Helghte, Fl. 32656. ----- way We have a waak. dry Waldo Fl.. ., .. Fridar, prlvala .R. tah ."...,, v..... 064492. 1/2 3tpdOUACIIITA .Lawtey 301 part of motel $12,300. ,,
-- -- --- HOUSE FOR------- end fold aervlco' ZS ceala !0). Sat., Sunday, M.od.,. TFchg. ------------ ..1.... .... aall .".. ..... 118.
YARD SALEa 8... ..I,. RENTi 2 BR Attendant oa duty II... BRADFORD VILLAGE 16200. ..L. Metal US 101 :
-- --- -- --
Fib. .3.8a.m.-3 p.m. fitaree, 2 Bath '.mll, room, APTS.i I BR, aiadara lar.alaktoga. 1/2 mile S..." al Slarka.llpd BAR BOAT. .40 A, house FH mortgage $41,241. 5 percoofmoney.
....It.,.. aparta him, creened In porch ....r.t. SEPTIC TANK GREASfe; --------- AC, aarpal., ..U... 3I.CoLOR awlval. aaala.alactrle Iralllaaalar. v i

.Iot.... .le. North .. SR.SI, utility 3275 per month. Call TRAP. claanouta, now tinea, ALCOhOLICS ANONY. ..,.... ,.U.. all-alraal. --- ------- 100 kp J...... ..01
21/lmllee from .,.11I. light, 4733288. 12/7 tfochg raaaonable. Jo. Korayth, MOUSi Phono 9644148 or ,.,101.,. 318 W. W..I., TVl 28" AdmIral lilt .,.11.,. Ph... 473.2039. .55 acres beautiful largo' brick home Lake Butler.'
... .11
right .. D..' Springe Rd. 4311022. All bualneia 64- 5tf2. 884-8401. Baal I/IS TF/ k .
appreciated. tlkbg.SEWTSo : SI2Si 1'.... ''''.1171. L... < |
Lat U. llch| 2/1. LOANS 3/31 tlthg.BETTY'S ".1... 3 .... TFKITCHENETTESs .".. ... year aid, Hatpalalfartabla _._ __ _h _ ._ .
AVAILABLE any MACHINES ---- --------- .1300 acres in the Nowberry Archer area
-- -- --- --- --- dlabwaafcar tlSO. HAY FOR SALE 200 ".1..
......, .....
er veature. ------- ----
LOANS ,AVAILABLE Ethel G, REPAIRED All ...".. I IRapartaiaala. 864-7178. X/l llfkg at .110, 100 balaaat 01, Raaadbalaa
aayaaiaaat Balchelder. Hi. 2,
h... ar venture. Boa : REAlTY: cleanad.. ailed and adjvatad. ,..1. TV, AC. 1/8. Ill aack.. Arthur. 1 Vaa- .ll'/i acres plus home on Brownloo
408 Reyaleee Hie, Fl. HALON :NOW OPEN: ..11I.... ...1..... Totally
Etbal G. Batch.ld,. R.... .12056. Llceennd MerlgngeBrekar. $7.Work (..r..t..... JamaaStrickland -- ---- -------- klaa, pkaaa 7K2-3I4U. l/ll Rd.'I
Farairrly IJ 01.. B.. laralabad. Biaailhlrrataa. 1
t. Be uty Waakly TFLI /." .
409. ol GARAGE SALEs 1514 |
KeyatoaeHalikta. Merge.Rosd
473-2988 ckgtlnKill Skop. Opaa Sam. Monday ,corner Taaipla M...1. RIG N.Tample' .4 lots $2500. each Laurel Baptist Church Rd.
Fl. 32856. .......
Llcaaaad II. / Rd. Saturday, Feb -- --- -
.. thru and Hwy - -
Hatarday. .1. .. II...".. 964-T197.
Mortgage Brakar, 413 25115. I. Fraaiar, ....... alalklag, ME ROCK I All.. Taylor.
Itpd l/l.2/1. if waakat Wednaaday'.110 all SPECIAL I._; 2 REMODELING. BUILD. I /01 4ipd 2lMULTIPLE ....., I..... Itckg I/I. L..t.,. Fkasa 782.3172 Lucille Connor Spry AssociateAssociate ".-..Z
kalrcula SI
_ _. __ ::1 : -- ------ ---- I
'n all --- --- --- wackdaya altar or
akampaa sad .t., III. ING. and rapalra. new p.m.
.: : :. ) and .0..... balrcula.. 290N kltchenn bathe lamllyrocne. RENTALS.Saaall ,...... ILLUSTRATED. readable, ..,tI.. ....."...d.. 9/14 I I Charles Thomas 473-2904:

--.".....-.......................... Ills COBRA 50 XLR CBl 40rhaaaal 496.SI47.W 4lb g A"Batty.., Lake C.rr.illteb B.llar. Brick block coacrcta. apartaaaat|II re.i lal) sad f. lail .II"...'........Pabllabad..." ., Gaad. by N.IkaAaaarlcaa .. Il/rh..

LAND FOR RENT with. eaaib.. AM/FM Fireplace. apeclaanta. S78/aiaalhl Ualaralabad 2 Blbla.. Saalal II -
LAND AVAILABLE atcraa .. ...u.. laa. ,_2/1.- __ . Grlllia Conetractwa. ,..... ., 1 BR ....., lat ..01 last, aack.. Alaa, Cklldraa'a LI.I.} BAHJA i HAY, "Ifrgiiit t ;..

I..... bums.. r.....'yr... aataana. SI50, 4)6-1981. WILL BABYSIT IN: MY 471-2108 or 47J-2J78.: '1111...'" Ph... 8447521 Bill.... P.... 864-8746. t/l highly lartaiaad. Fhooa 9846071. Ralph Bryan
It trainee H .1.hit Alrpart.H Itpd 2/1. HOME gaad tire IIS par TF/chg. 1/23 llafcg Xl.BEAUTIFULLY 4lckg 211.SHEPHERD. tichg.VACUUMSI.
.. child. Call 41402. Itckg -- -- --- ---- Real Estate
100. ,..
J. Approa 350 .c --- ---- ---- ----------
apprea. 2/3 pleated I. 2 BR MOBILE HOME. 11. 2/1. .__ _ __ 'BRADFORD------ FUR PUPPIES WATSON'S HOUSE OF

Caaital Binned H.,. Mall 55. C.II 411-1458. llcbg. 2/1. EXCELLENT CHILD SEPTIC NISHED OM BR ..portID..t.c. MI.... $5 mlkaal I.... ".... Many braada ol Lillian C. 't'urMon Z30S N.Temple Ave.

bide, par ...., ta City 01K..o. ..- ---. CARFiI *12 avaalnga. TANK SERVICE Bradford .&, ...... .B tllo bath aaly ,. ll14. I&7. Itpd new ....u... Used Surke. FU.
.. Halikta, P.O. Ba. GERMAN SHEPHERD .lacludlag .. ..k...... Calllttd.2412 : residential' ............. 845. .,securIty dooro sad 2/I. .....hllt.. ....0."' .. Parts KKAI.1OR: S543788Mraavhi .
136 by F..,..., 13. 1879. Commercial and I.4.trtal.. room.
.PUPPIES* Bail ol o. a.lliyi.anard 406,4560. ------------- sad aaaerlaa for allvatvum
M. f...... BuMlnfton. dog.nen.\ bcttar. S30hi. : .o. i ilocuoc __" FullyT"... '..' "Ite. 4.ti2tlIch4 ,llghta, private p.... FORD DIESEL TRACTOR, i.Aw'rIlFl.i9tll: ." tJlII..1 l..l4f,......:
.,.......4041 N.W, ,
AlrperS.>tln..._i CaalaV 'rrrlk: >8Vll>'lvMrV', ....... ............................... ... 10.. Abe. Gl1a44l' 19\ 8 4livda9
-": I 1 Pit EPA: RE IP'tsvaHywd5cad .' tetrn4 1 ,
... mile aa'rtk' .iL.&* Bat.Irr 1IJl1.- .i.Q.. 'aisgips .1 peraose 28 ".... aa alter Laakakraad *,?, I ......,* I," appalatma(>
aa MR 121. lteh 2/1 : .....t.... V\ ., a... .... GENERAC--CAaPEN1RY N. chlldrea ar ,... Em- .... .."... 7S2-JMJ. PhBii. 378-7UO. tl/ch.. 8 7/10 ....., Hwy 100
:.. laaalaaally trained. and WORKt Pal.tUC. daorkaihif. cellent lecatloa. R.I.r...... llckg. lII.WALKER. SIGN PAINTING-=-Faat, Haalk S10.000.

SPINET-CONSOLE ,.iip.ri..c.d I I" In.... ..uprop. .Mlla .,. required. Phone 9644265.KITCHENETTES ... ...... FOR LAND'II.AKEI
..."... Our DIII.. lapan p .. -- --- --- oa> .c. S. Rudy at - -
FOR SALE PIANO* Waaladt.., Reapaaalbla .., tka ..U,. la aaiatyou.H.sae tI... ..,...... .It- Trha. ;. HOUNDS II lo Wa.Ua Flea Markat. Friday, 3 BR 2 Ba-CH4A-lraaia I. ..,.. a lovely 3
.. .. -> year _. _
1' a aptnet 9..1 Mo. tfcr. 964-6084.10/5 U/chf --- -- .".... ..... ,,,... 7S13873. Sat. S.... Maaday. TFptbg. h... sad I B* raatalkaaaa .icdreem.. 4 "... homo ea
plane. Eaay ..,... Canba : .t ODd ; Itpd. 2/1 aa 10 .....-.....01 /8 .....11I.1. I..... aeree.flOOO .

55 Gal. .... locally. W rite CreditMaaagar ,Halt Saaday MAW INCOME: by arpolal.SseI. TAX aleeplag ,..... TV. AC. -- --- CHAIN UNIT FENCE 4 ..... I.....-... .kvlld-
1'.0.107.. Car- :: ; man eervlco. weakly sad FOUR ACRES I., aala malarial Da It youraall and I... 1'.... a trait Iraaa -- --- ---
62231 I /25 2tckg. I HKRVICE.2HON.W: 2nd !HI., by
Metal.lnk Drums (2/1.1,1.II. I LakaBallar. Phone 496-1574 (jAi) ( 8..f:1 i i,. ReaUurnnl and ......, ..,..... Halfbta.Bradlard ..... INaUllatioa available I5S.600 ....... IP YOU'RE RICH-

-_ _- -- - I ILarge ."I.. h.... behind .."" ., c .> ..." ,, !: : lounge .....lab... Under c...., ..... Free ..t...... HaodyMaa --- -- -- FORGET. ITS
'5 Ea.TELEGRAPH. 3 BR. 2 BA HOME living I Iro. peat alllca.I 2/1 4tchg 2/22. .. "P ."'" i wood Melel. 31/2 ..II.. Pb... 864-7157 ....... 8 F.... Co., 964-8339.: 8110 CII..., 2-8lary "... haLawtar5 TIle pleae In, net ler' ,...
... dialog. ream, ..... North al Starke US 301. ... 6 ,.., Itcbg 2/1. TF/ebg. BR I Ba-OII.OSO ISaOS MH en I '. acraa <
"II...... laaadry.. ; : : FOR SALE BY OWNERl aa -_ ..,... ....00. 11037
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larga ---- --- -
acraaaad p..... 8....... [ ::1 T...... "...'....1 bath .... 12fltF/cb. SASH GLAZED PATIO COVERS 10 20, -- --- --- -- -- -- _....-
guaal atudla ... ...".".., i'I11LOiT r .. ......, Big .......7 ....., ------- WINDOWS la f.....' 0.. (179 uabataDad. Limited N... caltafa ..1....' I. N000WNPAYMENT1
135 W. Call St. Large career lat laclag I.".. ewaer will bald ajartaaee alI TWO APARTMENTS, T.. 84>48. II. ,.. 16.30, .10,.. ppl GATOR G..,... L... mIll .laka. 2 .. 80 ..,.. 4 ..........
.:...11..' ...011..1$1.900.. 1/2 % 25% down. Pkeae .......... ..,.'...".... In 36.I8. AI... IX It. al II'llaaklag. ALUMINUM. 4820 N.W. prlllagaa'2 garagaa- .... ;
Starke Florida Call 486-3348. 1/16 4lckg. WALKER'BLANK.'r; CI( 8644118 er 864-8261' larapat. H....... laqeh-e. Te-Rann Metel. .... 1' ''... 7S13278 13th St.. Caloaavllla. Pkoaa laacad tat-SU.400. WOULD YOU 1 LIKE

964-6305 2/H, Pamela. .h HOUND,. Ill 1/23 Tiel1CRYSTAL lad N. ....1.. 8...... 14TF altar 3:30 ,... llcbg 372-9767. lit If/tb.. --- - Te gal la a re.4oI ..If "

.- -- -. -- nldn. II ..very... call ..11.. CHIlerd nn. - CharPALMS .. 2 Il. 4 ..... a apkaaatllalaaka alter work.kildren 4v yser
f: U TOM MADE I)...... 273-204) er ( LVlTE ------- -- ---- -- -- ------ city w.Ier.p.ved.Idamalk.$3.D00 wflh arpI. Ike ,',
DRAPERIESi Furniture 2732920.: llpd 1/25. HOMESITES Tkraa bad APARTMENTSi SEVERALITEIII.E". : par u,.> tI,... t.5lfs.aWImiaI
and floor covcrlngai, Ireeeatfanatca ,.....1 "....., CH/A email F.lllclaiclaa, l.r.I..... whaalcbalr' hardly 1 aaadt' 11:1 FIORIIANDREA11Y ..,... peeler, ffnVWTnrlaT Why

at Ito... dewa 1'.'...'. Guarauly Weekly' or ma...". 2313 N. C..... tkat fl.. ..., cab al .. --- -- ..sat.- .h leekleg et the .

MOONLIGHT SAW Enterprbaa.your Ed..r .. .. 0 ... ..< .. . Federal. 844-8000. It... Ill Tampla A.... Starka, '1.....' truck baa ....... 10 ..,.. Iraallag 8R 130 a 3 h.k0e S lath brickv.Q5b ,',
.- -- --- sad ahawari .."...., daak.aada balk atdaa. % II... Read .. Fairway Drive.FH ..
ENTERPRISESHWY Lorna Stephen., 4962219.! I TFclg.SAR4II ..fI.I..I... alllca. aliat Pkaaa 064-T700 nl traaa21.000. V "V" A..'.....

100 By longbrldfle 9/14 tlncbu fO.1t ,f{ .Nt: : 1/t FOUR.batka BEDROOM'be., ....,... bleak.; I, .--.....--. .. .- heavy ....1 4-drawar Ilia U3 N.. Taaipla A... .>- -. -. -- .- (1070 .. ,,
CM/A ... ..,.., late el 1 1I ..."1..'.. aaa la llra-praal. 10 ..,.., 115,000. 20 ..,.. -- -
..... ......7U. Itcfcg X/l. 3 BR, I bath with. allllly LOTS 0 F LOTSI
Now Offers. LAND FOR RENT: 68 emtraa.Owaar ..11..... P...... ""REt'pWAN. E.Q, 25.000 ar 30 a.... la palpwaad
... BMg. plaa laaaad yard In Aed we (.. help wllbkulldlog
CUSTOM at..., Union Cauaty 406378 78(4310. L. ,. llpd 2/1. -- ----- -- wall A aaplk-Maag you
I SEVER ITEMSi I .... al lea Balckkarhaad.t Dairy Rd. 140.000. plnna.-nnd
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CompleteAutomotive DRY.WALLWORK 2445 M .. EHO.i8i.. .. ..I..... ........ rlaga. ----- -- -- -- .. FHA/VA Flaaeclag. 3.000
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8MAQ 8 a 36 MOBILE yaace .'01. will lake .. ..11. COVENTRY Pall ...'. .....".., palyaataraaat BR' brIck .. ".u.. .... 100 .... I.-... 100 PI... le ...... rem er
HOME I...,."... .. fur jackal, ..."..,. ties al icy .. I I/2 ...... appra nker .. year deelreal
Parllagy <6,00. 1' '' W... .. dI$. er ,or"-".., saY and. pbeaeaeceaeary. ,.... .,.... wall septic a _. ._
will AC .. 100 E lOG .let, 1180. alter 6 .... /IS ttckg N. ..........,, ..... G... .....111... PH... ------ ---- .1... ,1..'." ...t.,. 4 -- -- -
finishing. 0.. and ... ball a U.. .. S121. I/ c...1..10. pine aall-pra- 5332831. llakg X/l. 4 B......., Iraat ..,.10. 9 .....1..01..1.ldad. by JUST' TEEN-ACER
Repair :HangIng. Ph... 486.34&8 altar 6 ...1.., Ph... ....... I. bath .. .large ....., hat paved ,.....aaad .lavaalaat Bat ... mere le ./1., Ill
1'.., Ideal I., retired Individual. iiri. GalaaavlUe. 371-4444. III'TFI.h. AVON m /30.000. t". ...., lIsa many new
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Remodeling with a 1/25 4lpd I/n. wltb 3 ......1 3 ...,..... S fell
2 batha Small anally la '( a* - -
'Auto To Bulldozer room. with 11
save.II CHANGEYOIR : : ".1".. I3*2lllvlag ream
quality minded builder '..d. Carpet, CH/A. -- -- -- --- LIFEHT1LEWITH ..... t alary It.... 36.3S Acraa-13401 .. US 4al9 PR er lieu, private ,
Tractors LIVE.IN BABYSITTER ----------- 301-056.SOO ...... ..
Auto Trucks .
Pb._ 782--3S77.1118 tl/... STY UI sireesed ". .arperl.
and home-owner in mind UNDERWOODRESTAURANT (. WANTEDi V.... ."IId,... 8....... PrapiCalaf - - -- ..III."H" AC.euerge
-.- -"' Salary. and nice ".... ..... Sail Aces And add ....,. .".. akap sad
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All Heavy Equipment Insured and Licensed. MOBILE HOMES Why pay 364 6412. 1/23 4lpd 1/18. .. ,... ,....., ...u..... kldg.. 1 aires es 101 .la DAY. K\: I; C RF.KKMtS: : 140,000 lei, Cnder.
mere? Bay direct h.. la ,.., iii., Sal yaar a.. city.Evaalgai. Ph.n. 782-3NIM' '
Phone 755-0718, AND LOUNGEUnder ,.....,. Large ........ si24I4.1Zwidoe jl kaara. Ba yaar awa kaaa, -- -- - --'
EXPERIENCED TYPIST lalaraalad.? fall DistrictMgr PI.... LOW MILEAGE
Wayne Black Lake City. STARKE and ....'U...... Submit 4752407. ash..... fee ....,. ...rl. new Ibid
New Management HOME CENTER. US MlNortb. ,..... .. P.O.<< Baa 42*, Verde P. Odaaa. .r' .... ........ Heck--.
496-2993 .Open 9 U...1&. 1 to SSaaday. ....h. 1/23 llakg 2/1. CRI 044S4T6.Paarl .. lovely weeded .let S.R, "

Breakfast Special 99 P..... 964-6741. ----- ----- -- A....... 064-771 rfc II 1,'....' 310.000 "'71.


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MOBILE HOME Only weald .. laleroeted ladelagalarkal D3 ..let I... awI laceme en ."...
301 S. TM8i) i.. St. 4' NEW fURNITURESALE ..,,, .In the ....,.., WeliDrilhinaeaCacss -- ..e I,... ....... la city.

SERVICE POLES t64-"" Open 6 AM To 12 PM end serve the L.... Per lain %::111.' NTempleStark. > aaaaaa7f, I eeiM Tame'cave f 134.300. ClOse > .
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call ".U". llpd S/l. -.-- -- -- ..:..... ,
2% Miles ..Florida .
2" Thru 6" .
IP Oil Two TruckloadoBedroom --- -- -- : .
'IQO AMP US 301 North Paul. H. Faulkner COl'NTRY: WAYS '
SALES HELP t. 0300 .,.. ..
FMIOHU Hvlng$ room,dining weebly. Ultimately .. ..... Ranker Fast Rotary < The '..f... ceaalry

I3i .fteail OH. room $..., rookaro, brand .,.11 daalrad.. Meal ba ...t. 944.5049'DOUILEWIOR Drilling Equipment ,.....11 8 high. .dry ..,..-
.i IBASINGTOW ...", recllnofa.Thomeavllla. (18rolllllll ; {eve ..... 32 ,.., eld Fl. with like dew 3 BR. I I/I
200 AMP ride C..,..,. CaR celleel. STATE LICENSED T.... Badreem trami balk Mehtte a... ..0110...
Whluati. ..,...... I Cadillac eI OId lllObUe ) Clay M.r.... I3T56JIS.llakg ON I .Sele.eeerseePuinp.i .I..., ... acre eelaldxally. eeder ,,,. oak .,.... II yeaweel 4'
I Saiea&ServleeII I Day Sale Day S Night S/l. ACRE. Peer BR. S ...... .........1. prlcadZBR mere laad, anaddttieeal ,
f6fTIrtlTibu LR, DR. KIt."... laeilly 3 to 30 001'.'.'..
'ine Selection 0( Used Thursday through Sunday LADY- -- -- -- - -- ...., ..1" ....100, .aeeaaaeaaaa.laeaeeaeaNew < ", 1 Bath, Carport.-:COB ..... la. available; N, alLawtey. "''
WANTED te belp ',*. '
IdI.Ms I Cart Takelt'On. TRAIL MOTEL, eel .m amen .kaalaeaa. Hill MOBILE HOME PARK 4 UsedSalesPartsServIce trnl II A. .Urge lot. aJceaelckborboed. .., '.1'a..
Ireba. ler .....t.'I.. sad In tern.. -, ;.& '
WIIMOMw. 4339 Sj I CGdI11i2i'ThJ.kSI enl- Appreilmelely II ..,.. AD..A; ; 1-1
tawtey .deer ...,.. Llvleg ........ with 8 ..."-.,. new .. .
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I I l CASY1tLE US 301 North ||pd 2/1. aaa ream eapaealen. 2 B..r.. ..., Large Living; ....eve ..., ether /1M.... C \\iii!
.9;;;I SAMPSON LAKE-SSR.IB ream, 1 B.tlt. Bloc" Hose r..... Hemee ledenlrlelad r
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.. a ------ .... -- ._ .... blk.. mill gaaal ...- ....... 00 ,"
.'1..... Terme.TIMBER < we- may have wet
j PANELING B WANTED MEN COUNSEL AND She Stands In A Class Of Her Own lego. PIumbinqNew --------- ,..',. Unkleg I.,. : ,
WOMEN "TO BR Brick" Vteth. S B.1)R ._ 4 '
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1 SI SMALL. Flarlda BUSINESSES.The ...,...1 The Unique-Spiritual Psychic'Madame bEARS. OLD-B.nnlllnl, II ... .. ....... E.......' i I r

CENTER .......1 ..... .. II wy 18 Want, -
01,.... f. Baal 'InstaHation i"baTbT ."11 P..If.. [H ,
1B .... ........ will be .. 1 BR, LR FH- '
Paneling Molding Lake City en Friday Jace 88/4 ACRES mill ua.'. .Ir.,.... I. town.1BB Realtor8W8.208
blnets Febrvary 16. ,'.' ..,I." frame ...... Lete ., read Remodeling Repairs REALTOR

Kitchen'C H I .... Geearal ...i.... s.,- She will road you entire Hie wrtfiout asking any queitlona restage ZONED RIA.CROSBY e.e.eoellelcjiI.... 1 'baihl.R"f; B, pool Wayne. E.Deagiee..;i-

Counter Tops ,1.... Ike ..11..'. landing. GI..... advice Snail alf of III. feared Saratefa II t.. "I
I II "iri eucfi! aa Leva, Courtahip LAKE. yard
...11 "....... ceoeaallagllrai ,, DurrncC '
J Vanities train .. be a .......g.. Law Suit ',id' Speculation' Tells you Who Raalrlalad bemeellee, I/S - '.544St 3
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Ii la elaa 0 a.e.0 e I.a....5..CCC. $ BR.S..., tamlly room.
...1.... ........r lar a and Wh.n yolm.rry. She never laila 10 raurillo. the Separated. aaee up to one acre
I ... .... Men Serge kite he a oa aaa acre
FREEESTIMATES ...1. el year caute Speedy and Happy Mamagea, Ovareomat Enornioa and David DyalAa.orlats
fl cad .... ...... ... TREE: LOTS In tewn PUMP A SUPPLY SK-18.
B I I IVAUGHNJOHNSON I......... required. "Bad VucH.! .. ol on. K.nfla wIth 3 PR. IB nice frame -
Fer loleraaallea sad ".- e BR 1 bath I.. 1R
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. CO. I G.' ...,.,.Iaaleesl..1.. ..' garvlaaa.Mf Dareilar.. Ono 'vte.t! .ui cooylree wou titus. gilad, Snntuaiia!: Medium/ ,la auparlor lo any ,..d.r'you Imanctng.Aoaodelee 864 N. Tempi* Ave.; 20 aero tract vary

NW 10.... T."..., havo avar eotiayitedj j. <<%;, ,........... Jaa all $*-14,

E t:'0 S. Thompson St.I aalaaavllle. FL 3210.. ... 'PltIVA'1'AN eONFIOENrJ/." READINGS DAli Y. VEItYONE IS w .co*'* .:.Irene*.1..L.. -Fanlhnee lHU- OCIa Starke, Fla. Paved road.
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I 1 Oa Fabruery 16 aaly. ..,. Look Fo Name On Hand Sign In Front Of Her Home you Cent Mill It. 44siaM.Iakk.sF.v.wi.g. tautCCF.ItOIlt.RTIo.IK.:

Old Coco Xlller may he r........ at Located On US 301 South In Starke Across From KOA Campground 848irtedaK K.;. Real Eats: .. BrAcrPheae .
co"J'.ntI I the Leke City. HeUftOOaae .* .... \ .ttlervaelnaa 984-7061 .l.7H2M

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Elizabeth Terry Boyer, and her slstcr-in-law, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Surfing aDd Mrs. Ward,Mr. and Mrs. Arnold and
Phone 782-3300 C.Y. Mayo of Tampa. tons Chris and Gene were Sunday family, Mrs. Mary Bryan of
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Friends of Mrs. Rembert Carradine City. He also vl( .... Donald Wilkigon! Jr., of Jacksonville dinner guests of their parents, Mr. Jacksonville Pastor and Mrs. Greenof
I CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School regret to learn that she is a surgical mother, Mn. Bessie WaUi.fh.. returned home from Riverside and Mrs Fleam Starling. Lake City Mrs. Marie Tanocents
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and patient In Riverside Hospital, nursing home. .. ,"" ; Hospital, on Friday after having had Carroll Gnann of Middleburg from Raiford, Mrs. Maaks, Starke
e p.m., Prayer Meeting and YPE Jacksonville. Our prayers are with Mr.and Mrs. Louie Walm his tonsils removed.Mr. visited his cousins, Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
Wednesday at 7 p.m. her and him. grandson Tallahassee, vl.ltirti i; and Mrs. Floyd Martin of South Jimmy Gnann and family on Friday. Benny Wilkison, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday Misses Denise and Lisa Durban of mother, Mrs. Truby Wainw and Daytona spent the weekend with their Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of Lawley.Mr. .
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Jacksonville, were Friday overnight their brother-ln-law, and sand mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks, and their Clisha Carter and children of Middle- and Mrs. Roscoe: Fulford of
a.m. and 7 p.m., Training Union 6 guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. Jack Brassell on Sa y, brother-in-law and lister, Mr. and burg Barry Gnann went home with Middleburg, came Sunday morning
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 Wilma Wainwright. While there they Mrs. Lavon Wilkison and en Mrs. Glen Shuford and family. AU of them and spent the weekend after church to get little David Ful
were present at the bridal shower for spent the day Sunday with tier them were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Fred Moore visited her son-in-
p.m.FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Program Miss Shellie Smith of Starke. parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. their mother, Mrs. Hester I leks, law and daughter Mr. and Mn Tom ford.P.W.. Kelly of Winter Haven Is
WPXE Starke Dial AM 1490. FM 106.3 Mrs. O.J. Anders was a guest of her Sr. Other guests for dinner were their Casey of Starke, on Sunday afternoon. spending sometime with his brother
at 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mra Fleam Starling Little David Fulford of Middleburg, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Thelma Kelly
a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and Johnny Jenkins of Milliard, Friday Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Jr. of Jacksonville attended a gospel.sing at the Raiford spent the week with Mr. and Mrs and her daughters of Gainesville on
6:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednes until Monday. Mrs. Jenkins and her Community Center on Saturday night Jimmy Gnann and family. Sunday afternoon.On .
day 6:30: p.m., Pastor A.E. Massey. daughter, Mrs Jennie Lou Green and Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Starling and Saturday they visited their
FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday School children brought her home on Mon- family of Gainesville, visited their nieces, Mrs. Opal Marshburn, and
9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. day.Mr. IlUII. SENIOR CITIZENS IIn> 11111 parents Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling Mrs. Margaret Meadows and their
and 7:30: p.m., Training Union 6:30: and Mrs. Lynn Boch and daughter on Sunday afternoon.Mr. cousin Mrs. Lillie. Carver, in Jacksonville -
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday Jenny of Starke, were Sunday and Mrs Plen Gnann and .
7:30: p.m. dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS: them to summon help, rescue squad. daughter Mindy, of Theressa. spent
GRACE UNITED METHODIST: Daisy Boch, and grandmother, Mrs. Mr. Gene Matthews, former owner. Elderly persons are advised to Saturday mormng with their brother LUNCH MENU
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship Nellie Wilkinson. editor of the BRADFORD COUNTY enclose a list of present ailments and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. < Feb.5-9
Services 11 a.m., Methodist Youth Miss Sharon McDavid of Gainesville TELEGRAPH, gave a graphic talk (heart, high blood pressure, diabetes, Jimmy Gnann and family. MONDAY Pizza salad
Fellowship at 6:30: p.m. Sunday night, was a Monday overnight guestof and slide show for 45 minutes to 50 other critical diseases, along with Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were trench fries, peaches,
cousin Miss Leonette Dyal. medicines being taken) in a plastic of Mr. and
Choir practice on Wednesday at 7:15: her members of the Bradford Senior Tuesday dinner guests with rice
Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay Hill, Citizens Club, Inc., January 23, on the bottle and tape it to the Inside of the Mrs E.F. Caldwell of Jacksonville TUESDAY: Turkey cran-.
p.m.Bible visited her daughter, Mrs. Wayne regrigerator door. Mrs. Gnann berry sauce, green sweet peas, applesauce .
School Study Course at the history of Bradford County, dating Jimmy spent Monday hot biscuits butter milk. .
church every Wednesday at 8 p.m. llardce and children, Saturday after back to Civil War days. This is a simple plan to carry out. It with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.W" WEDNESDAY Boiled, !beans with
The church has a nursery for preschool noon. Avid Interest was shown by the will cost you nothing, except maybe Hodges of Brooker.
children during worship ser Mrs. Ruth Steinhouscr, of Jacksonville many questions and additional your life, for who knows when you or I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kent, Alicia and ham seasoning, rice, candied yams,
vices. ,and Mr. and Mrs. Davis Johnsonof information by some of our elders will be in desperate need A plastic Ammi are moving from Lawtev to pear half, cornbread, butter, milk.
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday Atlanta, Ga., spent Saturday after- Slides showed many old sticker will be issued by the city police Maine, The following friends attendeda THURSDAY: Meat loaf with
School 9:45 a.m., Worship Services 11 noon with their cousin, Mrs. O.J. buildings and other ancient land- with their telephone number to placeon going away party for themon catsup,beans mashed potatoes with.gravy,
a.m. and 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Anders.Mr. marks (and of their disappearance). your phone. Don't put It off call Sunday: Mr. and. Mrs. E. Smith, green butter milk.FRIDAY ., applesauce, hot rolls,
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Jerry Fishburn and The exceptions are the Old Court today, 9645400.PERSONALITY. Pastor and Mrs. Reading, Mrs Peg Hot bun mustard
School were Friday supper guests of Seitmer Mrs. Doninskl. Mrs. GatUs : dog on ,
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday son house and the Old County Jail where baked beans cole
10a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and their uncle and auntMr.. and Mrs. public hangings were practiced until : Mrs. Collier, Mrs Cahill, Mrs. Cruze., ketchup, slaw
7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednes- Henry Hodges and family. 1914-15. These two buildings are the Mrs. Judy Norman, a senior citizen Mr.and Mrs. Brad Anderson, Mr.ana apple crisp, milk
day night at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Harold Eunice visited her sis- only historical sites left in the county. enthusiast, Is developing a broad
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST: Sunday ters, Mrs. Linnie Harris and Mrs. Work is in progress in the restoration program Involving school teachers, C..llnnEWS 11TITln1HIIf I
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Pansy Knight of Maxville who are of the Old Courthouse, which will children, local press, seeking to
a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting surgical patients in the hospital at eventually become a tourist attrac ridge the generation gap between the
Wednesday 7 p.m., Rev. Charles Star. Orange Park on Wednesday. tion, containing artifacts, historical young and old people through utilizing by Elizabeth G.Walker Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School
ling. Pastor. Mrs. Carl Prevatt visited her bric-a-brac, pictures, relics, plus a tape recorders. Boy and Girl Scoutswill Phone 9 4- 683 9:30: a.m. Communion Service 11 a.m.
MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST: nephew Lonnie Teston while his wife public meeting place with a seating lake recordings of human interest The pastor and congregation will
Basic Adult Classes Adult classesare
Sunday School 10 a m., Worship Services Mrs. Minnie Teston and her daughter, capacity of 450 persons. stories folklore, ancient games : motor to Waldo to conduct services
11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Training Mrs. Evelyn Norman swept the First Mr. Matthews is chairman pf the soap and candle-making, what-and taught in the various centers and for Elder Sampson White.
Union 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Baptist Church on Thursday morning Board of Directors of the Bradford le managed before the at the Bradford-Union Area Voca- Mt. Morlah United Church: Choir
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Itev. James County Historical Society who are advent phonographs, radio and tional-Technical Center for persons No. 1 rehearses each Wednesday
Parrish. Pastor.NORTIISIDE Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay Hill, and presently conducting this extensive TV. It will be Interesting to watch the desiring to complete high school. before the first Sunday at 6:30: p.m.
BAPTIST: Sunday Mrs. Alicia Chesser and son, attendedMrs. restoration project.OPEItATION progress of Judy. Classes offered are high school Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Communion
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Carter's granddaughter Karen completion math skills, reading skills, Service at 11 a.m. will terminate services -
a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting llardee's seventh birthday party on CALL UPI EATS: typing, bookkeeping and GED review. for the day.
Wednesday at 7 Wednesday. Other guests were her For more information, phone 964-6150.
SMYRNA p.m.MISSIONARY uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mike In recent times, senior citizens The members of our club have been Girl Scout Cookies: Girl Scouts will Pleasant Grove United Methodist'
living alone have been found dead at invited the alter Church: Prayer Meeting is held each
graciously by societyof begin delivering cookies by the week-
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m., Crapse, of Starke.Mr. is
at6:30 Bible
home after two or more days. The St. Edwards Catholic Church to end. All customers are asked to Wednesday : p.m. Study
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 and Mrs. Wm. Pearson of Simp.sonville
held each Thursday at 7 Communion
shock of Mrs. Irene Nichols Starke p.m.
I partake with them at a covered dish cooperate with the scouts.
BTS 5:45 Prayer Meeting S.C. Friday overnight
: p.m. were Service is set Sunday at 3
found dead after two days laid in the 441
open supper parrish hall. TempleAve. Bible
Wednesday at 7 p.m. guests of their nephew and niece, Mr.
the need for more careful Sunday Feb. Ebenezer Baptist Church:
.. on evening 4 at 6 Church activities
Gene Pearson.
and Mrs.
Study is held each Tuesday at 6:30:
surveillance: We
p.m. gratefully accept. Greater Bethlehem Freewill
PERSONALS: Mrs. Geneva Redding of Wildwood.
is each Thurs-
Mr. Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville, The Starke Police Dept brought Baptist Church: The Tiny Tots p.m. Prayer Meeting
visited Flossie Rosier Mon-
Mrs. on School 9:30
at 6:30 Sunday :
day : p.m.
forward solution. Chief
took his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie a positive NEXT MEETING: rehearse each Monday at 6:30: p.m.
Dobbs to the Baker Nursing Home, day.Mrs.. Willa Mae Lightfoot of Fort Jimmy Bowen detailed the department's We will celebrate St. Valentine'sDay The Senior Choir rehearses each Mon a.m. Morning 6:30 Worship 11 All a.m.membersare Even-
Macclenny, to see his brother, Mr. Lauderdale, spent Tuesday until Friday plans at our last meeting.\ February 13 with a pot luck day at 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Is held ing Worship Invited to :attend p.m.

Clarence Dobbs, Miss Enza Ulan- with her mother, Mrs. Rossie Procedure: All persons 60 or"over lunch. We shall assemble at 11:30: each Tuesday at 8 p.m.McKay's Free Canaan Church of God In
chard. Mrs. Ethel Reddish's sister, Reddish to celebrate her birthday living alone within the city limits of a.m. Grace will be offered before this Circle will meet Wednesday Christ: Tarrying services are held
Mrs. Thelma Wilson. They stopped in Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Roberts and Starke should register with the Starke meat at 12 noon. Love songs will be at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. each Wednesday at : Prayer
Glen St..Mary to see his sister, Mrs. granddaughters of Jacksonville, were Police Dept., by calling 964-5400. Give sung, bingo and reports of committeeswill Leola McCutchen, and Lee Circle will Service Is held each Friday at 7:30:
Edna Cason, on the way home. They Sunday afternoon guests of their sis- name, address, all present medical complete our daY. Get with it meet at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth"Covington. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
went to Lake Butler, to see his bro- ter, Mrs. John Tye, Sr., and their ailments. This Information will be come along I -Joe Kerrigan Blye Circle will meet at 8 worship 11 a.m.
ther, Mr. Ode Dobbs on Monday.Mrs. nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. John filed. Our club and the homemakers p.m. at the home.of Mrs. Johnnie Mae Greater Allen Chapel AME Church:
Wendell Sanders and her sisters Tye, Jr., and family, program will canvass members and Cuffee. Lovefeast Service is set Friday at 7:30:
Mrs. Pam Loma of Callahan, Daric Harvey of Jacksonville, spent clients and close neighbors in this Story House is Thursday at 7:3d: p.m. Sunday School 10 a m. Commu-
, and Mrs. Karen Davis of Lake City, Saturday night with his uncle and grouping. Other organizations such as Deaths p.m. The Junior Ushers will rehearse nion Service at 11 a.m. will terminate
and their mother, Mrs. G.W Jacksonof aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Starling of churches are asked to participate.Each Bicycle Friday at 6:30 p.m. The Little Church services for the day.
Jacksonville, spent Wednesdaywith Starke. He ate dinner Sunday with his person registered should call rehearses Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Annual Men's Day will be, celebrated -
) their grandmother, Mrs. B. grandparents, Rev, and Mrs. Chas. the Police Dept. once a day, reportingname Up in Florida There is a Sunday School teachers'meetingSaturday Sunday, Feb. 11. Mr. Ira Leg-
McMillan of Tifton, Ga., and returned Starling and family. address and saying "I'm i at6:30: p.m; Sunday gett is chairman and Mr, ,Willie B..
home on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thompson and okay". In the event the police department t School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Brown, co-chairman.: All membersare
.Mrs..Fred Moore spent lu days with family of Gainesville were Sunday does not get such a call, they will TALLAHASSEE-Bicycle deaths in a.m. Dinner 12:30: .p.m Evening. ." .Wor asked to cooperate with this acti-.
her sister, Mrs. Jewel Wade of dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. call. If no response, a car and officers Florida rose 21 percent in 1978 over ship 6 p.m. '.
, Tampa. While there they attended the Daisy Thompson, and their brother. will be dispatched to investigate. A 1977, says the Florida. Highway First Born Church of the Living vity.New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer
Baptist Pastor's Conference and they in-law and sister, Mr. and .Mrs. key should be deposited and filed with Patrol. God: Revival Revival, A Good Old Meeting is held each Wednesday at
also visited their brother and sister- Millard Jordan and family. the police department which would According to Patrol Director Fashioned Revival began Jan. 29 and 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.
in-law Elder and Mrs. George Boyer Barry Watts was a Saturday overnight prevent the necessity of breaking Colonel Eldrige Beach, preliminary runs through February 9 at 7 p.m. Regular services will be held next
of Plant City, and their brother and guest of his brother-in-law and doors for entrance. Policemen will be statistics show that 94 bicyclists were nightly at the First Born Church of the Sunday.
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce sister, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Stanley of aided with walkie talkies enabling killed in 1978.Previous Living God in Starke. Presiding Elder American Legion Post 314 will meet
Herbert Cohen is in and is
J u .. -'>. If It I- totals were: 1977- 78; 1976 charge the first Tuesday, Feb. 6, In the annexof
59; 1975.67; 1974 82; 1973 81 and preaching the church.
service hours Bible
Regular : study
1972 73. During the same period Mothers March Set Feb. 51: The
injuries on bicycles rose from 3,229 in each Friday at 6:30: p.m. Tarrying Mother's March of Dimes for birth
Service each Friday at 7:30 Sunday
VISA 1972 to a high of 4,912 in 1978. p.m. defects will begin Feb. 5. All citizensare
p ", Bicycle riders should always use 10 a.m. Morning Worship asked to cooperate by giving a
11:30 YPCW 6
: a.m. Evening
safety equipment such as, reflectors p.m. donation to this worthy cause.
.on front, rear and sides. Pedals should Worship 7 p.m.
Regular services held Sunday
are each
also have reflectors. Headlights and
I- rat taillights are a must for night riding.A with Elder Gary Cohen, newly
In Come
appointed pastor, charge.
+ bright pennant will help motoristssee
le bikes more plainly. one come all and let's enjoy the Lord.
Bike riders are required to obey all Philadelphia Missionary Baptist
Church Rev. W.G.
: Mayberry, pastor
traffic laws on the streets and sir
highways.The Family and Friends Day will be celebrated -
Patrol recommends that Sunday, Feb. 4 beginning with
A Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning 'J
drivers of motor vehicles drive as if J
every bicycle they see has their child Worship 11 a.m. Henry H. Kinsey will J r :.
riding It. Also parents of children who preach, Afternoon services at 3 p.m.
received new bikes for Chirstmas with Rev. W.G. Mayberry preaching. Carrots, parsley, celery
should check to see if the youngstersare Deacon C.C. Anderson is chairman parsnips, dill, anise and
riding safely, Mt. Piigah AME Church: caraway are all part of
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