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 8, 1979
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Power Production Study


;i'i1" Set by City Commission .

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i parching for a long range solutionto lain whether it is cheaper to purchaseor Dees says the new parallel tie would' f
the city's never-ending problem of produce it.Electrical bean Improvement( and is something ,
providing electricity the Starke Superintendent Merrill the city should be Investigating. The
Commission has agreed to employ the Dees says it Is cheaper to buy electri- other choice, Is to buy more generatorsand
ar engineering firm of R.W. Beck & city from Florida Power&: Light when increase the size of the' power
b s vi ,Associates of Orlando to make operating costs are added. plant. .

recommendations.In Engineers placed the cost of No emergency exists however.
Dees says. The present FPL tie-In :!
a 4-1 vote Tuesday night, the producing kilowatt% electricity I what the
plus plant can
council: voted to: U) retain Beck & with natural gas at 1.2 cents saying if power total produce of
Associates for general engineering the city could get gas all the time that gives the city a capacity
t.0)0|: ()() kilowatts of Peak load-
:: services for electrical system,and would be the way to go. But Dees power. .
last summer was KW
pointed out that was taking Into consideration
2) to retain Beck & Associates to could In the
t make. a study of a parallel Interconnection only the cost of the fuel The situation city for several go on Dws present,
'J' with Florida Power 6 source. Dees places the cost of a city year increases 88)1.unless
'. Light Company kilowatt produced with natural gas at electricity image
,faster than expected now or the
Ii il i// %.9 cents after operating and equip- power
( t There is no price figure placed on down.
I ment costs are added. goes
the services.Bel.a
general engineering The present FPL tie-in could be
&: Associates would charge the The city is currently paying Fl'L2.2 increased. Decs out.
points by simply
city.when asked to do work. Principal cents per kilowatt for the first 400 KW
getting to agree to supply more
who and 2.6 cents after that.
Engineer Howard Sims made
current to the city. Dees said that
r presentation for Beck & Associates With fuel oil which the power plantis can be worked out with ..probably PL.
also declined to give the city a currently operating on, costing 41.3 Dees said an agreement for an
price on the study for the Improved cents per gallon the cost of producinga increase from FPL from :3,3it0.KW) to .
WT tie-in with FPL.MayorCommissioner. kilowatt of electricity Is placed from '5,200 KW is currently being sought !
Joe Warren 2.8 cents to 4.16 cents depending on with FPL. The city would have BOUght
voted against the agreement because which generator Is used. The 3,300 KW more current from FPL last year but

I w:... .,.......... 'Ufa council( did not know what the Worthing Is most efficient at 2.8 cents thought some low priced gas might be
engineering firm's services will cost the 1,750 KW Worthington is at 3.8 available to the city after the league .
It was the recommendation of the cents, and the 20-year-old 1,000 KW of cities bought but that did not I
bond trustees that the council enter Superiors produce a KW ,for over 4 the costs
more now
happen; gas
," .. a..r;" Into the agreement. Utility Commit- .-..-..,I. .
on'.. u..., Chairman Vernon Silcox, who said
'.. '., he'd been trying a year to get Beck &
Associates to appear before the council I
. ,' huddled in cession with State DOT to Upgrade

T bond trustees Cliff,\lazen. Ben Mox- .
) ley.and X.M. Smith who are charged '
I.. s f witiv operation,, of..the! power plant ''; t

t A ay 4' r 'Sims said he would.return at the Market Road :'
next meeting of the council Feb. 20 CrossingBradford approximate cost figure on ,. j
th* if tudy for the parallel .
County Commissioners per hour. Railroad officials baltIOl1g-' : .

.s ., jJreseniatloC: which L fct good news\ at their Monday morn-*..;.. aid that" Jhe \larkstinoad.; crossing! ;....;: ., ,;;: '. ;t .
'" Inctaded color -* eaonglneet"Stmfr! ring board meeting ithaY Department peed limit requires a. slowdown that ".. .
-presented his recommendation for jhe of Transportation District Engineer is actually dangerous and rough on ;" .
.yt parallel. Walter Skinner has sent word that the equipment and fuel. The braking to 20 .'
r Sims pointed out the city now has a often-discussed Market Road railroad mph reportedly causes great pressure /
split tie with FPL,supplying power for crossing Is to be replaced by the DOTat buildup and thus the danger. :
I II I part of the city and the city's power no cost to the county or City of
plant the remainder, FPL is currently Starke Local officials have supported the .

supplying over half of the electricitythe "We -waited them," higher speed limit since white-collar )
School volunteers across the county serve a variety of functions; whereverthe city is selling.Drawback assessed Bradford; commissioner and railroad delegations convinced themof 'j''
need is greatest that's where you'll find the volunteers. At top. Marjorie' Sims .said is that the road department chairman Dave Shu- the safety factor. Board members
Thomson helps second graders In Virginia Whltchead's Southskie Elementary electricity would have to be cut 0(110 ford "they DOT) wanted us to pay on both the county commission and
classroom learn vowel sounds. or 15 minutes to switch power supplies $10,000 for the crossing and talked city council had already voiced con-
Above left, Jan Jackson aids teacher Charlotte Hoffman's fourth graders at from city to,FPL or vice-versa. And about it for two or three years. What- cern that slowing trains to 20 miles :. !
t Starke Elementary with spelling assignments. Above, right. Barbara Cain the city now has a power supply ever we saved on that crossing we per hour caused' crossings to be
: tutors Harold Chandler on sight vocabulary In Elaine Griffls' and Title connection only; with FPL.A saved by just outlasting them" blocked much longer each day.
1' f teacher Janet Gunning's 2nd and 3rd grade Starke Elementary class. lines crimping emergency vehicles that
would FPL
parallel tie place The signal installation a have from side of the .
Left, Barbara Rasnlck helps Charlene Ennis' kindergarten students with safety to Cross one
,Ot' running into the power plant with a desire of officials of both Starke and county to another. ,?
reading readiness work at Southside. Lower, right. a reassuring bug comes, '< line. A parallel tie
from Hampton volunteer Carolyn Slater In Jean Clark's first grade class, while. common output Bradford as well as Amtrak and Sea-
would allow the city to
vary board Coastline railroad has been
volunteer Joann Home offers kind'
amount of current being supplied by batted back and forth since 1977 with
*4 FPL and the city without interrupting none of the parties wanting to pay for
I service.In the bulk of the $ -5O,000 project. \,J Jl, (tlUn'>t infer{
School Volunt Give of Themselves addition a major advantage of
the e would be that the city The new signal crossing will allow
would be tied Into a network with all trains to motor through Starke at 40 :
by Cal Massey Southside Elementary has the largest number of the power systems In the state. Such a miles per hour-twice the present / ".
BCT Staff Writer volunteers with 28. working with students in activities statewide tie would give the city the allowable speed at the Market Road
Vol-un-teer noun Is one who offers himself for a ranging from art instruction to kindergarten readiness opportunity purchase power from crossing the only crossing in the city I ,
service of his own free will. workshops. any other system on the .network which requires a slowdown to 20 miles
Depending on a particular teacher's needs the possibly nuclear power. or from the I D
It's that same generous offering of one's self which activities of volunteers can be diverse. Two volunteersat City. of Gainesville or Jacksonville 1 t
Mr. Webster speaks of that Is being acknowledged next Brooker Elementary work five days a week in Electric Authority. There are New Cold FrontPredicted I
week. Feb 12-16 during a state-wide observance of physical-education classes, while 11 volunteers at currently 15 city-owned ''power
School Volunteer Week. Hampton Elementary work with a wide range of subjects systems in the state, Sims said with
Governor Bob Graham signed the official proclamation from reading skills to grading papers to Starke being the only one with a para SaturdayMore
which serves to set aside the coming week as a mathematics. llel tie into the statewide system and
token of appreciation to more than 67,000 school volun- Starke Elementary has five volunteers, and Bradford with Starke being the smallest systemin rain and cold was predicted
teers across the state including 44 year-round volun- Middle School has one volunteer worker. the state.Slm for the weekend, following the patternset
teers in the Bradford County School System.In Volunteers are appointed by the county school board backed off, despite repeated by a dismal January which '
the words of Gov. Graham's proclamation. after filing an application and meeting requirements requests, any kind of cost brought '10V4 inches of rain and 12 Saturday Feb. 10

........trained volunteers are of invaluable assistance listed in a volunteer handbook. Principals from each figure on getting a parallel tie-in with mornings of freezing or below ,-
not only in accomplishing clerical (tasks but also in school receive input from teachers and assess the temperawre to uraoiora County. BAKE SALERUMMAOE
providing students with the Individualized instructionand areas of greatest need in assigning volunteers to FP"It'd not going to be cheap. It's January rain was more than seven SALE .. .'
attention that they so desperately need." classes. going to cost you some money t" the inches above the 3.10-inch average for To Raise Funds ''IForJROTCTrJp' i
Teachers always assume full supervision of classes, Beck &: Associates engineer the that month. _
Individual tutoring Is one of the areas volunteers in however, including discipline and the establishment of council. The first week of February 10 a.m. ;
Bradford County all female and mostly immediate learning objectives. Hampton first grade teacher Jean Mayor-Commissioner Joe Warren continued cold and wet though not Bradford Square'SaturdaySunday ;!
relatives of children in the schools where. they work, Clark pointed out "The volunteers never grade papers supplied the council with a million reaching the extremes set by Janu- rv

contribute greatly, according to school board Director a judgemental grade, only those that are dollar cost figure on a parallel tie-In, ary. Bradford County's three fire ........ I I
of Curriculum Lucille Payne. straight fact either:right.or wrong; like math exams." however. Warren pointed out a bond towers recorded an average of 1.5 "
"We try not to give volunteers boring jobs like grading The number one goal of the volunteers as listed in the issue would be necessary to upgradethe inches of rain, with most of it-1.2
papers all the time; their work is based on the handbook is i 'to provide more individualization and power plant and buy new switchgear Inches falling In an all-night slow rain j
needs of the teachers, and many times those needs are enrichment of Instruction (Ito the students for the increased load. from Tuesday midnight to Wednesday 1 *,' National '
Instruction on a one-to-one basis with students,".Mrs. Teachers agreed that volunteer services: were invaluable morning. Camp Standing reported .71 8UARDTRAININO ,-
Payne said. She added that those volunteers who did but the true benefactors of 44 Bradford women Before Silcox and the bond trustees Inch for the same period.So 1 New Armory'/.? V ', .. '.*? ;
not enjoy working around children contributed in the who 'offer themselves of their own free will' are the recessed to discuss the engineering far February has proved milder IA' .. .!\Ii '
schools'' media centers, libraries or offices. children. recommendations with Sims and his than January with no freezing .. -' ,. . iIj <'
associate, Mayor Warren said the 1 .l
vmi council's basic philosophy should be first temperatures seven days.recorded during the Tu dy, Feb.U' ..; \ ;

"to work the-city out of debt" He The forecast for brief :
four-day was
I County to Crack Down, on Street Sign Vandals warned the engineers'' proposal will relief from the cold with warm front .RUARCMooting, 7 1:30 p.m. .
place the city deeper'In debt "Who
moving in from the Gulf across Florida Sunshine Acres
stop sign costs about $47 to build and would gain asked Warren. rain. .
Commissioners Gaines was hoping a county accompanied by periods of : ."A, -W/i"" 'i **. ... \ "
vowed Bradford a crackdown County on street sign ordinance could be adopted labeling install Commissioner Paulk first said the "When you borrow money you end Another cold front was predicted for ...... .j;
vandals Monday after Zoning sign-vandalism a misdemeanor but up paying back three times what you Saturday however moving in from '"
should offer rewards to
L.M. Gaines reported to the county attorney Dudley Hardy said a county people borrow." Warren said. the MMuiwest across the Panhandle Breaker Council' ;1
Director of the vandals but '
to turn (n names and North Florida to the Gainesville r
$1,200 worth of state law already makes that type of 71:10: .m.'
board that roughly
been public property defacement a crime fellow board member Dave Shuford The engineering firm presented the area, accompanied by rain.Index. :
county road carted signs off have since the said he doubted if "we could use city with a series of eight proposals '. ; ..i,,;.;,j ,,-. ..;.
destroyed or taxpayer's .money to. give out with* total price tag of S1.8QO if tiacn-! 6-,,;, .. ? tf.
all have do Is catch .
county went into the sign business'with "Now you to ," '
Its sign shop in July. them" Hardy said. .rewards The commission also Informed (6,000 project reduction were to be could taken be separately.secured K if ... '' .. N ,y Hampton: Covncil2qp.rn.: ., > }
Reddish *
EC Sheriff Dolph was Sheriff Reddish that large-load trucks i of electric .
study '
agreed Joint "
the city
'$794 of that Is just on Speedville advised to have his patrolmen on the Mia. '
roadsin Pates
are chewing up weight-limited rata One ctloiii Courtesy *
and sewer o
water .
Road." Gaines said ?very time we lookout for such vandals. Gaines said \ and gas 1
the county, especially on Sr-18 Three of he items listed canted no ti ,.
put them up they get taken down he will start putting; identification Sr-225. price tag. and two of those Is what the Society. ...'.Fates"'S JACKS II4L1iK

again.We can tell of these it on fourwheelersare Friday and stickers on county easier.signs to make "1 can left you that they are doing it city chose! Tuesday nightThe EdMorlal ..;:<*.,.*np..,>.*.'. "':f.4'eOMfMrtes I,
investigations "
doing nights." in the midnight hours said commissioner for lactual.ns'Wel'1l ......:...;...:.......M..1.ri/4: SWLY Starkea.
Saturday E.W. Hodges "if can just council Is searching
The commission also advised Clerk you .. ......V.r. f ."0944070Ky
of them that would on whether to continue with v- ; ; >\> soft a. <
advertise the problem In catch one probably
"That is just Hazel ridiculous Paulk upon said hearing commissioner Gib the Brown Telegraph with figures showing do the trick." the present city power plant or phase Sports ;J.'... ...,... .. .'..IHJtagals. ton> H.lflt>" i

Gaines' predicament That reactionwas how much taxpayer money is being Reddish said his around-the-clock out the plant probably gradually,and .. .. .14 Hwy too And at-A '

typical of the five member county wasted with each sign destroyed. patrol in the Brooker area should be purchase power from outside source Want Ads ....,.,.....,>.... 11.. 473..973I ., .
want> to know for CCI',1 -
the The council .
board. Gaines; told the commission that each able to control problemr ,

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Page TELEGRAPH Feb.II. 1979 _
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Mark Milners Honoree I At Going-away Party
SPocialWoofy fflte AewI

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Milner were daisies, daffodils and red roses 64.ide f ,
honored at a going-away part Mon- flanked by red tapers.
day night. Feb. 5, given r. and The Valentine theme was carriedout I
Mrs. Harry Hatcher. Ill, Mr. and with heart napkins and small JocV/y Gdilo.,
Mrs. Merv Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. hearts on the center table. The buffet
Wilbur Waters at the home of the table was covered with a red lace
latter on W. Madison Street. cloth with a heart centerpiece. ."",,-, ". "... "}
The Newlywed Cairo renamed the Nineteen friends enjoyed the party ; f Out-of-Town Guest F :
Oldywed Game wa* played with between the hours of 7:30: and 11 30 I "

everyone Refreshments having were a good served laugh.In the pm.Mr.. and Mrs. Milner and daughtersare '. Honored at Luncheon tM1 1 1 1 atJ.

dining room where the table was leaving Friday for Tallahassee .,
covered with a beige lace cloth and Their new address will be 2019 Harriet ., :; Cecelia Terwillegar entertainedMrs.
centered with an arrangement of Dr., Tallahassee, Fla. 32303. : Ii" i .N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis, Ind. -tJ.
; )/ with a "New Orleans Brunch" at the
CancerCrusade Kck-! <(:)ff To Start March 1 ;- '\ :...rJl1{ ; Club Continental in Orange Park on ..f, v4 I,
"...... .,.. ... : Thursday, Feb. 1 at 1 p.m. _J.
Joyce Riherd and Lillian Stump this dread disease. \ Mr. M. Massey, owner of the club, \
attended the North Florida American Cancer Crusade for Bradford : ; I -. I greeted the hostess and guests. The
Cancer Crusade kickoff meeting in County will begin March 1 with ;) .t :< entire beautiful complex was a homeof
Tallahassee on Saturday. Feb. 3, Marjorie Stump Thomson as Crusade I 'i.I'I. ;' : his grandparents who founded the
The national president Dr. LaSalle chairman. f' ;J. ": ,., ,. Colgate-Palmolive Peet Co. T. H.
Lefall who Is a native of Quincy. Fla., Bradford county has a goal of$0.500 MJ,;, '"., ..t" Slade Tom Slade Jr. and Greg t
was the speaker at the luncheon. this year. The goal can be met with w. .....0. Galselman manager also greetedthe
Patty Berg. '79 Florida Crusade the cooperation of all Bradford :,....\.\1, I1 guests. /},
leader made her first appearance In County citizens ': The menu consisted of a special
' her new role at the Klck-off meeting.The H w1l / bean soup in honor of the Hurst Bean ;
veteran golfer underwent surgeryfor Company of which Mrs. Hurst is the :
cancer in 1971. DUPLICATE RIUDGE -.-. chairman.Also on the menu was fresh Ii
The group visited the Research CLUB RESULTS -- Hall spinach salad with fresh mushrooms
laboratory at Florida State Universityand Rhea Johnson and Lora Francis David Godsey land bacon salmon mousse and '
also had a guided tour of the were the winning couple at Duplicate strawberries Creole.
Tallahassee Memorial Regional Bridge Tuesday night. Tieing for The Wednesday bridge club ,- ?
Medical Center getting informationon second were Marie Dent and Curtis Kimberly Kay Hall, attended and guests were: Mrs. Richard Morrison Penny Mooney
how the Cancer Crusade money iJ Sanders and Eva Mathewson and Jeff Hurst Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs.
spent in order to promote the cure of \\ David Godsey Jr Gerald and Moran Mrs. J. Mrs.E. Hardy.H. M. Hatcher, Penny Mooney, Richard Morrison Wed Jan. 15 I
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Engagement Told -;-;; BE( PflStf( EC10CDEI!? (! ? Lester Mooney of Plattsburgh, !N.Y. traveled to St. Augustine where they
Mr. and Mrs. Grady A. Hall of and Richard Allan Morrison son of had dinner.
Jacksonville announce the engage- 138 E. Call St. StarKe, Fla. 964.5890 ment of their daughter, Kimberly .: her mother. Mrs. Ha Rain of Chief- Ellenburg Depot N.Y. were united in Five Winds Lodge on US-301, Starke.
Kay to David Lee Godsey son of Mr. land were Sunday visitors of Mr. and marriage Jan. 15 in the chapel of Mr. Morrison is employed at National
Starke's Own Bakery1A' and Mrs. David Lee Godsey of Starke. '., Mrs. J.G. Jackson. Mrs. Rain Archer-Tanner funeral home. Protein.
The wedding will take place July 20 remained with her son-in-law and
lit 7:30: p.m. in Victory Baptist Church ,',- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson for Spiro Drivas Will Present Greece ProgramAt
) FOR VALENTINES DAY of Jacksonville. *l if three weeks visit. .

: ; :". ; : ; : Clearance Woman's Club Feb. 14
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Boland of
Ga. spent the past 10 days, .. LEILA'S Dress Shop Spiro Drivas will speak and show will have assisting her as hcbtesses:
Athens. E.Call St. 964-5051 L.A. Canova, Mrs. Gladys
with her mother, Mrs. H.L. Speer. slides of Greece at the luncheonMrs.
'.oftCO,1 Mrs. Thomas Hahn, Mrs.
/ meeting of the Starke Woman's Club Collins
on Wednesday, .Feb 14. at 12:15atth: l James Reddish Mrs. Martha Dorko..
I if"* :..'Nj'1,' \' 'ri' 1."IP. ,. club house. 1 Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth. Mrs Kiert
"''' Sundusadee. Mrs. Waul
: ,::. Mrs. Guy Sale, chairman of the Saintunorvant and Mrs Carlos
International Affairs Department, Hernandez. .

... Miss Denise Winkler LuncheonHonoreeSaturday
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) i;{ WINTER CLEA,lANCE SALE ., was Miss honored Denise at Winkler a mother-daughter, bride-elect; cloths holding and red,centered slut Feb.! carnations.3 with bud vases.

Place cards decorated with tiny
: MM f "J ,1t.JJf. luncheon Saturday given by Mrs.
marked the
M.A. Payne, Mrs. Don Patray Mrs. handmade tatting flowers
1 ONLY Warney Adkinson and Mrs. Muriel seating arrangement for the 19
at the home of the latter on E.. guests.
SOFAMatching THROW 00 Call Street.In Miss Winkler was given a white
carnation corsage and the sugar and
Chair Center Matched Floral Print $1 the living room was a jade plant creamer in her every day china by her
$ decorated with camellias. Other hostesses. Mrs. Warren Winkler
Was M99" 3 9 995 PILLOWS EACH plants and hanging baskets mother of the honoree and Mrs. H.H.
. SAVE MOO" CLEARANCE PRICED AT highlighted points of interest in [the Adams mother of the prospective
party rooms. On the piano were groom were given pink carnation
r '. ) \ --w ""'1""> I I. I ., ) ," .
: crystal candle holders with fed corsages.
) CLOSE-OUT 2's -= :BEDS ,;f.I r. tapers. Out-of-town guests were Mrs.
n 17, ; .
Charles Thompson, Mrs Steve
,,- ,. The honoree's luncheon table was
"FRANKLIN FIREPLACES .!;r: ',... ..." I.Y r .r\::: .,.\ i''r. 'r'b,.' covered with a !fiht+mUstlvbnla9ldthOand I Crosby Mrs. James itL..J""lIi Miss
centered with an arrangement of Jacqueline Jones and Miss Kay
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J..f% I.U! .. m41 tj 'W'Chlsl . 4 .kpringrtflotverettrlTbeb otiwnlotbniegdtables Turn li pJacksoIKilig! .I and Mr r.' N.K.
." $ ""
I 1 Green Plaid 1. Brown Plefdf ., ',,9 ra' were covered with cutworkValentine Hurst oJ Indiana po ts. Ind.!):

Banquet Held Sunday

I Night By PresbyteriansMembers
END TABLES AND French Provincial Bedroom Triple Dresser With Wing Mirror

Double Dresser And Mirror '.4 Dr. Cheat Double Or Twin Headboards of the First Presbyterian Montgomery. Hand .
and Mrs. Jack were
held Valentine Dr
Church a banquet
COFFEE TABLES Night Table Sunday night in the Fellowship hall special guests. Elaine Harris gave the
The Valentine theme was carried devotional and Buddy Paterson was
INCOMPLETE SETS out in the decorations The U-shaped program coordinator.
dining tables where the 32 members Thomson youth adviser assisted.

I .. ,', ;".... 1 ONLY MATCHED PAIR 4'" ?,';';' :: i ,>,,: Vt' : I>" 10NLY". .. .' : ''.1'.''I r YI'I N3 I: and decorated guests with were hearts seated cupids, were and !-:-< ; :"" ; : ; :..

:. LIVING Dr. Russell Jayberg of Gainesvillespoke !Mr. and \Mrs. Charles Luton of Olm-
on "Love is the Essence of sted. Ill were Sunday visitors of Mr.
*.Floral Velvet Reversible Cushions Sofa Chair And Glass Top End Table Life" and Joey Metres sang several and Mrs. Titus Olson.Clearance .

Seat and Back Arm Covers 00 Blue Gold Print Covers $ A A O 9 SS49 selections during the program
$ 3 4'9 Mrs. Herb Herres. chairman of the
Were M98* Was _CLOSE. OUT! AT -'r- v X, .. >Q> ? dinner had as assistants Mrs. Larry Sale at
Paterson Miss Terri Aljets Mrs. LEILA'S Dress Shop
Robert Autrey Mrs. Tim Puter Mrs. E,Call St. %1.5051rs : 1
2 DINING TABLES W/6 MATCHING CHAIRS BEDROOM SUITELarge Gerald Baillie and Mrs, David off

1 Oak Finish With Formica Top Door Triple Dresser. With Hutch, Mirror, Large Door Chest 60 Years Of Service To Bradford -UnionClay/ Residents

Bed And Nite Table Honey Pine Finish
1 Pecan Finish With Quarter Matched Top 5 .
O-tt $49 99 SAVE'150" $14900 (DeWitt Jones
SAVE '100 On Either \* Was 800M CLC;>SE-OUT;

V Funeral Home
'. '.3NP .'PINE. BEDROOM: SUITE: : ,

Double Drs.r, 4 Dr. Chest n F.Muni We Offer The Bereaved
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Mrs.. Lee Casey n I .....111oir. ..*"**.,. .......................................,............................. ........

/-,60nal Mrs. Llnnie Woods, Mr. and Mrs. William HudfliM, eight Local admittance to Bradford
Tea Honoree Travis Woods and Mrs, Nealy McCon- son tMr.arxfMn.1JiI11H s County, Hospital tots week 'Include:
Mrs. T.G. Bitch of 'nell visited Mr. and Mrs Albert admitted to Alachua Eth] I from Stark* Larry CantreelL.. Troy
visited Mrs. Carrie' Ritch JaR Woods and new baby daughter and last Thursday. a t. HandwMn. James Simmons, Annie
Saturday, Feb. 3 of last week and on Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lee in Lake City Alvarez, Cussie Mae Jmte. O'NeilBUM
Diane Loyd and daughter of Drang. on Saturday. Michael. Patrick. Harley Shaw
Mrs. Lee Casey a recent bride was Park visited Mrs. Ritch. Clearance Mamie Howard. Minnie Lou Heatly.
complimented at a "meet the bride"tea ,' Mr. and Mrs. R.W. UndwllI and Sale at Sadie DeSue. Honor Sweat Gertrude
Saturday afternoon given by Mrs. Joe Jordan of LlveOak was Monday family of Indiatlantic were weckwdn Leila's Dress Shop Jones and Hubert Ely; Corine SWbI*.
3r Joan Chitty Mrs. Joe Cissy, Mrs. visitor of Mr. and Mrs 11,A. Lawoa guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief E. Call St. W-5051 Alexia Mack and Hurry Shepherd of
Frank Mitchell, Mrs. M.A. Payne and at Kingsley Lake. 4*off Lawtey; Etta Dyal. Graham; and
rr Mrs Drew Reddish. at the home of the Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Palmer of : Nancy Perk of Lake Geneva.
latter on Debra Street. Columbia, S.C. and J.M. Palmer. :of : Clearance'
The tea table was covered with a Fort Myers are visiting Mr and Mrs,, v.v- Sale at .
lace cloth: and centered with an Frank Palmer from Wednesday to Leila's Dress ShopE. DWIGHT SLATER'SOpen
arrangement of multicolored silk Sunday. .Call St K4-50SI\
flowers flanked by silver candelabrawith r'ak % art
white Clearance It.I .
Mrs. Reddish greeted the guests at Sale at :'' Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen have had Food & SClt U.S.3015.
4 ; the door and presented them to the LEILA'S Dress Shop ."! as visitors Aubrey lazen and Winfred
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11 receiving line composed of Mrs. Lee K.Call SI. 664-5051 #V Hazen of Gainesville on Saturday and 7 A.M. 12 P.M. /a Walnut St.

Lark Temple Casey, Mrs.Tom Casey and Mrs. H.L. ioff '. *Mrs. V.V. Hazen of Gainesville on ,
Charles Besslnger mother of the honoree. t t<':.' unday.'fl' .
MyersLone : ;?
Mrs. Mac Baldwin, who was In. the '
Assisting were Mrs Johnny I Hobbs, MOTOR OIL PEPSI';
Joan of Gainesville, sister-in-law of the Intensive care unit at North Fiorlda'Regional ', Clearance $119 ;
Temple, honoree, Mrs. Ted Oglesby, Mrs. Hospital from .Friday'to'. Sale at
George Pierce and Mrs. W.H. Tuesday has Improved and Is in a/ prl- > Leila's Dress Shop 3 Qt.. 10OZ $129 Tu i ;
Charles Myers' Edwards. vate room at the hospital. E.Call St.> 984-505 Plus Tax 8 Pk' ti Dep. i C

Those in the receiving line were Mi off
To with camelia The Methodist Women's Sunday All BRANDS BEER 1
Wed presented corsages.
March 17 school class had dinner recently at the> Bortten's ,
Mrs. Casey was also given the gravy Warren Perkins of Gainesville .is
Announcement Is made of the boat and stand to her chosen china Western ing the Steer birthdays Steak of House Ada celebrat-Reddish-, 1 spending two Weeks with his sister $4179 $.00 Case ,

e engagement: of Larle Joan Temple of- pattern from of the her occasion.hostesses as a Diane Brown and Sarah Johnson Mrs. KB. Searing. MILK Qal, I Over Cost I
Tampa daughter of Mrs. James L.
Temple and the late Rev. J.L. Approximately 150 guests were _
Gainesville, to Charles Edward Temple invited to call between hours of 3 to ) Mr .::: .;' ..... (

Myers of Tampa, son of Mrs. Char- 5 o'clock. '" r
lotte Fairbank of Clayville. R.I. and y 4a

Richard L. Myers, Sr. of.Codi. Calif. Starke Shriners
Miss Temple, is a 1973 graduate of
Buchholz High School; 1978 graduateof Hold InstallationStarke .
the University of Florida and pre- ,
sently attending the University of it ': g' ,
South Florida seeking a Master's Shrine Club held a banquetand ; ,
degree in Library Science installation of officers Friday s '
Mr. Myers is a 19 graduate of Lodi night Jan. 26, at the Starke Woman's

High School; was in the U.S. Air Club o c T\ '
Force 1970-ID74\ and currently attend- The head table was centered withan c:
ing the University of South. Florida arrangement of blue permanent .
majoring in Chemical Engineering. flowers flanked by silver candelabrawith i r1 Y ,
lie is an active member of The Navi blue tapers. # Y 4 dI .
gator's an interdenominational Joe Hill of the Morocco: Temple
Christian organization. Both are Divan Jacksonville installed the ,
members of the First Baptist Churchat following officers: Lee Taylor, I I 5
Temple Terrace Fla. president; Bobby McRae, first vice- 4 ? ;

The wedding will take place in president; Maxie Carter, Jr., second
Itroukcr on March 17. vice-president; Mac Baldwin
secretary; Gib Brown, treasurer;
Walter Lee, Chaplain.Approximately $ 4
70 attended. r,1tgllt 4r t t saa?
Shellee Smith '
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The Junior Woman's Club will meet v
Shellee Smith and Lamar Priest Monday.night. Feb.; 12, at7:30: p.m., at t / '' ,, 6 '11 ..n, rloljl 'M +
will be united in marriage Saturday.Feb. the club house.A !
17 at:3 p.m., in the Grace United member of the Starke police ttPt f t r.OPtxt !
Methodist Church, Lawtey. with a
department will speak on "What To :
following in the Fellowship "
reception Do Before the Burglar Gets There.
Hall. Mrs. Robert Hall and Mrs. Michael
invitations being issued but
No are
karr will be hostesses.
nil friends and relatives are Invited at l '

attend. Sheila Holmes, v"'yt31' 1) ,.f

Shellee Smith Honored Frankie Blackburn 4 ,/ $; ', ta

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honored at two parties in the pastw Holmes of Starke and John ?
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t'k. Holmes of Live Oak and Frankie =l5y A'fC t '

Thursday night. Feb 1, Sue and Blackburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. t I, r \ .YyltR.r., : Debbie Edwards and Joyce Meng William Blackburn of Starke will be tAS t
Have bridal shower for Miss Smith united in marriage Friday, Feb. 16, at
tit the Edwards home on Edwards 7:30: () p.m. in the First Baptist Churchin 7 ...t'' f'1athMt ',e 44:e:. Nlttt' ,..6,
road. Lawtey with a reception following.No .
arrangement of pink silk flowers invitations will be sent out but all
centered the gift table. Potted plants friends and relatives are invited to
and hanging baskets highlighted other attend. 1
points! of interest in the party rooms.
The refreshment table was covered.
lace and linen cloth and
with u white
centered u ith an arrangement of stlk BIRTHS a. .,q rltlry. 4 zt ty # I odor a.. yt'a''y' r .t rr tr, ttl aS. t ';.
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The hostesses presented the Mr. and Mrs. David Wainwright'
honoree with a set of sheets and pillow announce the birth of a son. Andrew
cases as a memento of the occasion. David born Jan. 31 in Alachua
Twenty guests called between the General Hospital. Maternal .
.. a }ant a. r" 4 u h r $ Y t '4V Y ffa ra /
hours of 7KI:: and 9 p.m. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J.M. j
-:dwards. Jr. Paternal grandparentsare t
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Wainwright. I l y{, .Iaa e l wi. 'ny4n, 1 la t'a' ,q /N.a,1f+

Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday. Feb. 3:). a bridesmaids I h ari ,nof l r9.rrRa r'S
J.M. Edwards. Sr.. and Mr}. E.C. rr + y a t,9Ci
luncheon was given for Miss Smith by Long. a

Mrs lea Temple and daughter ,.........u..a............. .. I er
l':irie. at their home 'in Gainesville.The .
!Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johns of Kings-
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eight guests were ,
Lake announce the birth of a A ttr :Y'' ,
lace covered table that was centered daughter ley Erica Christine, born Feb. :; fr..d. L" 19 Y r tatli

with nn arrangement of pink i. in1' Alachua General Hospital. '+ .
carnations white daisies and baby's, Maternal grandparents are Mr and ;, t- ? i.yJ ; t
breath. Mrs. Lloyd Macy of Kingsley Lake. s"U yy 1 a
Out-of-town guests were.I! rs. P Yh ry t th
Paternal grandparents are. Mr. and
Jackie Smith and daughter. Suzanne. !Mrs. John D, Johns of Starke.Mr. 5 r

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and Mrs. Eugene Hickey of 4'' ''r1 N't
I Orange) Park announce the birth of a i', /lM' t.w., w1 i
i::='.':', 'a.': : : : son. Robert !Matthew born Feb. 2 in q1 l.r r.t.t Iypa '' YYG. ,Y., r+r.rY, f'l' lta'. Vh. +rY..r' .. ,R+ ,.y i t, I II t
Orange Park Hospital. Paternal rr 1 M "1 t' Saaar wx + y y y t) y? Y, ANu'; i,fir { 1a ns.u ty a I
:\ Hugh llutson had a family grandparents are Mr. and !Mrs. C.L. L r ': I ; ?wiiitswal P : 4I
dinner !Sunday for Mr. Hutson's birthday fawn .
of Green Cove
,\th'ndlngCl't" Mr. and Mrs.Clifford .- Hickey Springs.
!'",/rell'd. :Mr. and Mrs. David T+r'
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:Mrs Lila Caldwell and daughter.Mrs. .
all of Jacksonville.. : June Idwards'hllted: !Mrs Lau v g-j r ?hl N." +r m i tvs I I y,. K 14 '; .. /
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"It's funny but the very young and
very old have so much in common. I
think that's the magic of this wbotothing.

New Program May Provide ," ;, .

Si.: Mark's Day Care Center :
school teacher Laurie Miters buI

Answer to Housing NeedsThe when she describes the i" '
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brought together 2-S year old children 44
from the Starke Episcopal Church 4

possibility of a new avenue Authority, which is designed to I School with patients at the Starke

toward at least a partial solutionto operate under a federal programfor I Nursing Home for activity visits four '
| times since last December.
Bradford County's shortage-of- the benefit only of low incomegroups.

housing problem may be opened? Under the Housing; The eager kids and their just as

up by Florida's comparativelynew Finance Authority, no federal eager "grandparents" join together
i for 1-2 hours each visit to share act!-
Housing Finance AuthorityLaw funds would be involved, and 1
vities. One time they built
which was the topic of loans would be made through the objects
: with the student's 1
nursery play- yf
discussion at a recent meeting ofa normal channels of local financial 1 dough. In the most recent reunion \

cross section of county and city institutions, and would include> they water-painted.

officials, representatives of local applicants in the middle income
"The kids have just loved It," MI'
financial institutions and others bracket. The new authority
Myers through a smile. The .
interested in the continued would allow counties to target project was her idea and she's qyn Ask

growth of our area. mortgage moneys to areas mostin obviously more than pleased with the
need of financing where results. "We were a little afraid of _

The topic will be in the conventional mortgages mightnot taking nursing so home.many young In December children to the we _

limelight again soon when the be available. brought the whole school: 49 students, _

County Commission will consider over to exchange Christmas gifts and
adopting an ordinance providingfor This method of financing; were scared to death but the kids -_

a Bradford County Housing appears to be a viable alternativefor I behavior has been wonderful; It', -- '- -
hard believe.
Finance Authority, authorized to counties to deal directly withhousing ,

issue interest-bearing, tax needs of the moderateand i "A lot of parents and other pooped'? Foster "grandparent 1 : ,Archie; Jackson unpacked his students CI.n Jonathan Ferguson.' Sean Frederick Jones, I

exempt bonds. Funds derived middle income families. In i asked us if we didn't think the child- coloring book and shared, them! with St. !Mark's Nursery and Jennifer Richardson at last weeks painting session
from sale of the bonds would then some areas, an adjusted income ren would be afraid and ask so many .

be lent to banks and savings and of $30,000 to $40,000 might be questions about the old people, you "We set up a question and answer Ms. Myers has joined with nursing I '
know with of them
some handicapped period after a visit but all the kids said
institutions at interest considered moderate, while i in home Activities Director Beverly
loan an i and the special medical AgentsNotebook
equipment was 'when do we go back? they McGee In coordinating the program County
rate favorable enough to allow others it might be as low as i and we had the same fears but the didn't have any problems. with assistance from Father John

them to make mortgage loans to 20000. children have never even thought Flynn the nursing staff at the center. i@:

prospective home owners with a about it. I guess they don't have the "This is a way for the children to and parents of the students. She says
adults do.
spread of one to one and a half Other apparent benefits of the hangups give of themselves and they learn so the next scheduled visit will be to give BVBobby
Such an arrangementwould program include: much from the visits and like them so Valentine's cards with visits "hope-
allow lending institutionsto much. We have students walk outsidethe fully every two weeks" thereafter TaylorPhone

normal .Making available lower dining room where the activitiesare
make their profit
"It's a wonderful sharing : 9G462KOAccording
going start
interest long-term on talking to a patientat
while, at the same time mortgage experience maybe some other peoplein
borrowers would get their loans for families otherwise the center and actually draw more the community would like to help us
lower unable to afford the purchase of a i of the "grandparents" into the project with the program. We'd certainly wel-
needed at a rate -_ "
money home suitable for their needs. It's beautiful. come their help." to the calendar it's timeto
than normally prevails. M t'h prepare your soil for planting your
spring garden. YoU' should turn the
Neither the members of the -Stimulating the construction Y ground at least three weeks prior to
Housing Finance Authority nor industry and other related to Area History Found planting if the soil is dry enough to

any person executing the bonds suppliers of materials and V work.,

would be liable personally by services thus strengthening the In Old ,It,is,best to turn the soil completelyover
reason of the issuance of the economic base of the county. Bottles Rotary ToldItems with a turn plow roto-tiller.
bonds. The bonds would not be a spade spading fork or shovel.

debt of the county or the state or --Increasing the ad valorem tax if
political subdivision thereof, base of the county from the past of Bradford and and cheapest transportation was by Weeds, cover crops and added
any Clay Counties were displayed and discussed water, and the St. Johns River and organic matter such as animal
and shall not be payable out of at the Starke Rotary Club last Black Creek
-Providing the county with provided earliest accessto manure may all be turned under at
funds other week by John Greene. Chief Foresterat
or properties
any this section of the same time. Sufficient time must
ability to Florida the
designate :
than those of the Housing target areas Camp Blanding whose hobby is speaker said. be allowed for freshly turned-under
Consequently the
Finance Authority. for development or rehabili unearthing antique bottles and other bottle-hunter find organic material to decompose and
may many rare
artifacts from old home sites and
tation. items around become fairly well-rotted before
) towns and villages
other locations'where such items are
Several Florida counties are apt to be buriedBottlemaking these streams or old boat landings. seeds are planted. Woody plant
exploring the possibilities of this Nearly every program has Sean Frederick Jones, left, and materials such as sticks and dried
that need Mrs. Bele Wilder discuss the art of Greene pointed out that the dog-fennel stalks are best removed
} and the Nassau some "bugs" to be dealt took on new importance first
program County water from the garden rather than cut into
painting during the mod federal
with, and this one, perhaps is race ; 1 jvtheUS| << _the early Iftoo's)' roads such as the Alachua
Commission no ? the
A recently voted to visit by children of the St. Mark tiai I (: : : ;.' .at lt medicinesevvrywz Trail: and the Newnansvlllc Road soil. Likewise! perennial grass .
creatCfr ,.a housing finance exception. But on the surface it _:J 4 carctfcemerjjVittpr_ :' tarfc-g NurMhg fiW Aet'S p 'tY an4't tiott1eu..w... were built In the 1825-40 periodfAiring, "'unci'\\'eOO pests \should be removed
authority and issue bonds for this appears to be"made"to"ordertTor': '., IleM .'" Xt wrr:: aria shape. 4" the"Indian \\'ars"Whelt: theraHMtads .mhrrerWr: p *sole tgo'\41l ljminate;

I purpose. the needs of Bradford County iLrL4E patent medicines were worthless, or came through a new area, bottles recurring prbb ems.
where adequate housing has even harmful, but they fostered a vast from all over the country came with
The proposed Housing Finance always been a problem, and ( ( L (C U wealth of bottles that are now valued them. "Old railroad towns are always Break all clods and level with a
Authority is not to be confused sufficient antiques," the speaker said "Another good bottle-hunting sites" Greene rake. or harrow the soil soon after
with the already existing mortgage money has ([ PLLLtL; prolific source of old: bottles was the said. turning to maintain good soil texture
Bradford often been in short supply to early whiskey and wine business, and prevent excessive drying. For

County HousingThe meet these needs.Connolly's By William S. Haas when spirits were known by the Greene displayed many old coins he small-seeded crops such as carrots!
bottles they were In, and the glass had found with the a'or a metal and all crops to a certain extent a
Service Officer manufacturers designed ornate detector. Including two-cent three; finely, pulverized surface Insures
Announcement bottles and decanters for the trade." cent, and 20-cent pieces. lie also (easier planting better germination
Greene said. showed several different designs of and a more even stand. A plank drag
I The Veterans Administration VA) barbed wire found around old farms, mav he used to fit the soil for plantingon
No Cheers wants to identify a relatively small "In the 1820.30 period when this sec including green briar. chain link and larger gardens. A hand rake may
Brings group of veterans' survivors who are Ion was first being settled, the easiest champion.Ik'f' serve 'the name purpose in smaller

eligible for a new form of VA plots.
compensation payments authorized -
just before Congress adjourned in 'i's In many gardens soil preparation
announcement by Ex-
Keston predicts that Connallywill (":tober. 1978. Members of the group v. includes the application of a liming
Governor John Connally of Texas not have an easy or a very are' survivors of certain totally material where a soil test shows it to
that he would be a candidate for pleasant time in pursuing his service-disabled veterans who died ( 1 1)*' needed

I President on the Republican N presidential ambitions. Ronald prior to October 1978.! of non-service-

tic et in 1980 failed to elicit Reagan's supporters will resent connected causes. Several conditions :Most vegetables grow best on a soil
I whoops of enthusiasm from must be met before survivors can that has a pH I between 3.3 and 6.5.'or
any his effort to capture or split the iiilify| for these new dependency and slightly acid I. The symbol "pi I" and
source that we have been ableto conservative Republican vote the figures
indemnity compensation paymentsThe accompanying it are usedtmexpressthedegreeofsoilacidity
uncover.In and even fear that Connally A
might even help the cause of the veteran must have been .nil with a pi I of 7.0 is neutral while
commenting on the moderate receiving 100 percent disability i1MJi t one with a pll I of 6.9 or below is acid or
announcement, columnist James Republican hopeful compensation payments from VA for "Sour". and one with a pll of 7 t or
Reston noted that "Big John" George Bush of Texas. at (least ten years before his-her iilxive is alkaline or "Sweet"i'roperapplicationa
death, or for at least five years from
always seems to be arriving or The White House is not discharge if death occurred within ten of lime made to

departing at the wrong) time. If disturbed by Connally's formal ;years of leaving service. extremely acid soils will Increase the

he had stayed in the Democratic entrance into the presidentialrace r ? production of most vegetables. The-

Party in 1972 instead of according to Reston. The The surviving spouse must have r / / main function of lime are to reduce
been married to the veteran for at
campaigning) for Nixon and soil acidity, to supply nutrients
against George McGovern. he Carter forces 'are said to be least two years prior to the veteran's :' i mainly calcium to the Moil, and to
I satisfied to have Reagan and ,death. ? bring minor soil
II nutrients into usable
might have! taken it over afterMcGovern I
\ Connally fight it out for the form. A well-limed soil helps to avoid
: : s defeat or at least .Benefits will not be paid if death such problems as blossom-nd rot of
conservative vote this
; inherited the wreckage. MBA due' to the veteran's willful tomatoes which is related to an
will divide the Republicans and misconduct or was wrongfully and inadequate calcium
Likewise, he joined Nixon's ship supplyApply
\ just before it was beginning to leave the moderate-voting intentionally caused by.the claimant. liming materials only i if a soil test!
I indicates a need for .
I sink, and, won the support of Mr. majority to the President-even if 'Benefits will be paid only to : them.

; Nixon just when the discredited Carter is challenged in his own children In cases where a marriage<. In the battle
the took less than against cancer Too much lime in the soil may heJu.1l
j President :OSt the support of the party on left and Governor place two sears prior to h. as bad as too little. Where soils
the veteran's death.
; American people. Brown of California on the right. fe, r \lsaao 8. Kelly of Breaker presents Miss Lillian Stamp 'with IIM toward the are highly alkaline special attention ,

1 I. No dependency and indemnity u't,,).lira" Cancer Crusade In which Bradford County's quota has !been set at Ss.Sae. must be paid to the inclusion of minor

"Now. at almost 62. denounced compensation payments will be made elements In the fertilizer .mixes.
look at it, the '
the Any way you under this new provision of law for i Kelly has collected: money for,the Cancer Crusade for the past four years and Sulfur Is sometimes used to reduce
1 j by Democrats as a turncoat future of Connally as a periods prior to October t. 1978. ,' r I* a steady and dependable worker la the fight te solve the mystery of ca.cert .-" alkalinity, but its use is generally not
, and resented by many presidential possibility doesn't Survivors of veterans who died prior iV5' P says' ,
Republicans as a to October 1 of this 'I'..* ; elements or nutritional sprays.
presumptuous seem too hopeful proving once year apply -
newcomer, he! finally this week that those who switch for this new benefit. f flf-I! .. Some$1.700 including Kelly's funds', has already been collected toward the
made again 197S quota. Mis Stump says It is the highest, quota ever set Iff Bradford Liming materials and the amount to .
' ; a formal announcement bf parties seldom improve theirpolitical ii County'. ', apply the soil '
depend upon reaction
1 11 I'I .' his lifelong ambition." clout. Funds Sought For j'-,.......,' ".'",., .',;: ., 'pili 1 and the type soil among other
'I things. We 'i'J New'Blanding JKingsley, Lake Association Buys Property;>> proper liming program for your

Armory *I .., .. garden soil. In general. a reaction r:
BRADFORD coy below pll 5.3 Indicates a need for lime.
NL t ,era .' Purchase by the Kingsley Lake spring to safeguard the ecology of and 2.3 pounds of dolomitic lime per
4 .t
An armory facility at Camp ,(:Property Owners Association of the Kingsley Lake and surrounding area.and.maintaintheresidentialnature lUll square feet is a fairly effective _
: plr Blanding, with an estimated cost ol former Nail's Store property' ontC'C1W1ty of application to start a remedial
N wwsuOC 1107000. has been Included by the road 16-A at Kingsley Lake the community. Moran said. program.
". Florida Department of Military was announced yesterday by Gerald i
o Affairs in its request to a state Senate/".- px Moran. KLPOA president.: Recognizing: the need for a meeting i
Ways and) Mean subcommittee place at the lake. Strickland tosell Dolomite is a good
'4T BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER for : agreed liming material
ON approval of a $1,5 million i'. The property Including a 2.360square the property' at its 1970 cost to the due to its magnesium content Owing '
!+ Publishers appropriation for planning and foot cement Mock building and association: of which pets a member to jts relatively slow reaction It ,
constructing three new armories, in 'one acre of land, was purchased from and supporter. shouldbe applied well ahead of
I each Florida. F.W;Strickland of Kingsley Lake.and planting ; Published Thursday and entered as second Class Matterat The Blanding will will be used) as a meeting hall by the j Frank W. Palmer vice president ol .ydrated lime may be used,where a '

, the Post Offlc. at Stark, FU. under Act of March. 3. t 8ni.' the bulk of the funds armory and part use of up its association after alterations and KLPOA. charge of improvementsto quick acting- material is required. It .
i I .' t '' conatrucllon'cost would decorating are completed. It wilt also' the property, and plans for a clean- may be applied two weeks or more J
I in come from' ,\;,be available for other civic! and social up and work day on the building and before planting provided $Jt is mixed Ir
t federal
tl.3rUOO funds. ,
.I Subscription rate in trade ares *7 Pr Yar M Six Months "In order to assure receipt of the ""activities on' a rental basis, Moran site will be announced soon, h* said. well with the toil. Use at lhree-:: >

i Outside trade area: '8 Per Yr: '4'. Six Months. federal matching funds It Is said' : -fourths'the, ', ,above rate for. dolomite..
necessary to proceed with the for of the 1 "A
Funds acquisition man often payt dear
The lime should be evenly4over
construction phase of-these projects raised from the for spread
were among a small
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Phone Stark. Florida'I. { the garden before
during fiscal 1979-110.- said Ma). Gen. ,.12* member families of the plowing It Inlay
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the Lex Green, III ofee Galnes Buddy Callings Department of Labor and Employment The improvement put Bradford In know the new prison at Oluatee helped work force was 7.W! in Deo. IT. I
Mr.w end with his uncle and aunt, BCT Staff Writer Security show the state s. much better stead when compared us because some experienced: people signaling a drop or MO etigibJeworkers
and Mrs. Curtis Sanders While unemployment figures for the unemployment rate the percentage of with other counties\ in Florida.! The left Florida State Prison and (the ; In a year<<
state of Florida row in 1978' the people the work force without Jose, M"' end of the year figures ranked Union Correctional Institution and "f don't know hint* you coHkt.eantato. .
Mr. unemployment percentage in was '.0 percent In December at 1977 BC jobless rate 29th lowest among that opened spots out there for that."Greene acirmrtcrf "W.I'IIIN' to
Jacksonville and Mrs. Bill Mobley 01 Bradford County dropped during the and up to ... percent in Dec., 1978. s 67 counties. The Dec. TB Bradford County people"The figure a drop big i '
Gler. were visiting her bro same 12 month period. Bradford County's unemployment figures rank Bradford 16th lowest-a unemployment rates at six of Economic xpriK s.w some areas
in-law and 'f' Mr and Mrs raw was I.'percent In the last monthof marked improvement seven neighboring counties all went have low work forni because of a
TuUle Norman on Sunday. to the local State 1977 but down to 5.4 percent In Dec. up over the same year that BC's great number oi discouraged
Employment Service by the FloridaSix 1978. ..,A "Really our employment in jobless rate dropped but four of the workers"-perHimis, uh,. report that
Rudolph! Sapp underwent surgery ",g&radford Is much more stable than alot seven still have a smaller percentage tMy want work but < Saturday in Alachua General lIospltal. of counties because we have so of people unemployed. Union County* Jobs because they *h-.x?they cannot (
6Cases Up for Trial ':'many government Jobs, like at the rate went from 3.0 percent in Dec 77 find any-but Greene said 1I doMn't '.
> Prisons"said Bob Greene supervisor to 3.3 percent In Dec '78. Alachua was think that to be the case In Bradford :
of Bradford's State Employment up from4.1 to 4.9.Duval up from 5.0 to "I don't think we have that problem
ClearanceSale : Service office, when asked about the 5.s, Clay Increased from 3.7 to S.8, here," said Bradford's employment
at In Circuit Court Next Weekfive improvement. "We probably don't Baker from 2.9 up to 3.9 Columbia up administrator. "With the prisons and I
LEILA'S Dress Shop fluctuate as much as other areas like from 4.9 all the way to 6.1, Putnam the help of the CETA programs in
E.Can S.. M440SI trials are scheduled for Circuit grams of marijuana and aura Jacksonville that have to rely on the County's Jobless rate stayed the Bradford County we don't have a real I
ft off Court at Bradford County courthousenext vated assault. private sector for their employmentmore same6.3 percent unemployment problem here at all. :,
.' week, but Assistant State Attorney In Friday's cases Bill Austin of than we do. The Bradford County figure for last "The only employment problem we 1
Tom Elwell says at least four of Starke Is charged with issuing a "The drop in the unemploymentrate December Is based on a work force of have in this county is that we have a'
Mrs. James Blackshear visited the defendants are expected to enter worthless check, and Randy Brown, might have come because theprllOn 7.002 people with 380 eligible workersout shortage of skilled workers.. skilled
Mrs. Fred Guy 'in Gainesville Monday guilty pleas before Judge Osee Fagan. 19 of Keystone Heights, is chargedwith systems at Lawtey and Raiford of jobs That brings up another mechanics carpenters and
to Wednesday of last week. After jury selection Monday Feb. forgery. filled openings with local people. I hard to explain note of interest The electricians
12, cases coming before the court
Mrs. N.D. Wainwright and Mr and Tuesday are Robert George Ortagus,
Mrs. Buck Sellars of Hollywood Fla. 25, of Jacksonville, charged with burglary .... ... ..... ... ---.......... .
were Saturday visitors or Mr. and of a trailer with Intent to com-
Mrs. J.R. Wainwright.Mrs. mit an offense, to wit: exposure of his t*
sexual organs, and William Paul r
Reames, Jr., 41, of Starke, chargedwith
aggravated battery. Reames Is
EmmaRene Weaver returned guilty and OrtagusIs
Friday after 10 days visit with her son still undecided,according to Elwell.A 1G
and, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Jury trial Is likely Wednesday In :
Weaver In Peachtree City, Ga. the case of Lee Allen, 40, of Pleasant
Grove, charged with burglary, larceny -
MMrf J.D Neill rf ''Dependence. of a firearm, and grand theft.
visiting her son-in-law and Terry Lee Baker, 20, of Starke, Is
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Levon expected to enter a guilty plea to
Andrews for/ several weeks. charges of possession of more than

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A pett wttb 3si stgirtrai atk present All Councilman voted intovw : '
_. 1 .4 Lester ....... asking tlM of Ubaw the matter Aftere..alhlMtg byCalMasMjrJBCT Maze upon arrival but the spray wa
: Staff Writer not dent enough to prove effective.
the ri1y wMetl a..w. prwtoc: NUt the ate mey. etMwr a
........ MI CS-JM wttlaa the city _l ..... will be ailed or the It was the dangerous ceotbiaatioii of A piece of equipment the Stark
Fb. stitMrtR be at the neat filled oft' (ike force doe not own a deluge hose doe
..... w untied MhMtay WtoML gas cylinders shooting
1 f1'' rockets and flame soaring 500 feetOWl' the work of 12 men independentl!}
ne cal ittl i.dncked l 2-1 M "Cr Scott assured the group of the Sawyer-SUde bulk gas plant OMC* it is set up. sending lara
concerned citisens if a special 4' that forced Starke firemen to volumes of water through three 2's
MassesMM utiilw( IS called he would advis +vi ryief approach the Dec. 12 gas fire with inch line Sapp pointed out that if one
passed test AiifiH and prwMbrtsdM dw Mrs Linda Boatnght. a city resident = more caution than tome critic man held 50 pounds of pressure on r
af oW* on VS-3: witha who was bemea on Ml and who led ,..'1:11.r. ., ''. thought necessary.: hose' for IS minute would 'wear Mr..
the TrJ; heats ,.-,.... Robert j m getting the petition signed.fter '" :'. -" Talking Informally at the firehouse out. differences
Sortt reft**. to break dIr dadfcckMMd \ repeatedly asking the Council about the fire, which resulted in the Otherequipmf'nt playa
kwcMcanHilt with city aI orwRtcKard > to work with the people more. Carter Hampton Elementary Sck M toM grader eoaldat *. H tu tbe Amtrak evacuation of at least 500 residents. significant role in the Stark force'smethod
We' t> _'bo was absent said the peddlers should be told whereto Silver Meteor train arrived at Uc ellag Slat""' sad whim tile train finally Fire Chief Eldon firemen of action. In the words" ol
4_ sell and to clean up their debris rounded: the rarv* :M rntoMc late the children were chattering In Tim Crews and Cecil Crawford Crews the Cecil Field truck 'coulc
Ptefurd wrtfc traffic cvr.c* wn andcwnphunts Councilman' Buster Bennett ...tkllNllII **...... agreed that the uncertainty of have a blow torch put up to" itsfl
of inferior goods bemegwn. respu1- "Last ) asked themto I knowing just when the cylinders windows without truck them. Ins
paW as*. the council oUUM. mote *w feet off SR-22S and they I 1 would stop blowing up made the other words the specially!
after month of d&cusstta. bdn't move We have asked them to department wary of approaching the designed to withstand a much higher]
banned. (xddha to Bradford Couat'> clan up their mess and they didn't do fire and necessitated the calling in of heat threshold than the Starke truck.!
ma_btrne> but was advised byattorney that eitbrr Then we have to pay fire departments with more enabling the Cecil truck to pull very
Weir: the city would have N somebody income in and clean it up." ,irWf4 sophisticated equipment close to the fire. Also. Starke'sfireman
baa either a* prddtuK or alhminifcii Carter a* ured Bennett. "Now I Said Sapp of the unusual dangers suits can withstand 500
t. sB a.y type produce think they will listen to you becauseknow involved in a fire of this type, "We degrees for five minutes while Cecil'sfiaefighters
Tb* new pet Bradford handle tank fire but suits that offered more protection.The .
Monday night by a large gas we
Mans Carter. had heat of the fire was not the
stnwtvfrv grower Volunteer Fire never experience with the
Jr.. who is not a resident of Lavtey cylinders. Without them we could problem however evidenced by the
Carter stressed the fact there are 3K have put it out in no time." minimal damage done to surroundingareas.
registered veers in the cit> and behead Station Proposedat Crews added, "At training schoolin Most of the heat was being sent
obtained signatures of 3oI! voters n4 ( Ocala), they teach you how to straight up by the pressure released
in favor of selling on 301 handle bulk plant fires and they teach: from the tank's pop-df valve and
"The only thing that can he dale IS New RiverA you to handle household cylinder when the flame shrunk after the Cecil
lo rescind the ordinance if the council fires; but both d them together like dousing. Stapleton walked into the
consents." Councilman Marvin drive is being kicked off this week we had at Slade, that's in a different plant in plain clothes and shut off the

KW.NT told Carter b, the Bradford County VolunteerFire Clans" valves
Mater Robert Scott pointed out "If Department to build a new fire Although the origin of the spark: that The stumbling block for Starke
.e had had opposition then Itlr.f'If' station in the west end of the county in started the blaze has never been fireman was exploding cylinders,
Rave MOM. then ma>be it .ouMn the New River areaFiremen determined, it is known that the including at least one that shot as far
tare bren passed But nobody came will be soliciting donations Ignition of one of the cylinders in a as McDonald's parking lot soon after
up until the law was passed. beginning this week to begin raising shed 15 feet from the 30.000-gaIlon the explosion erupted.&; As Sapp
CMMKitman Rosier! then said "iYill some DLftW needed to build and equip i tank set the 3-hour blaze off. Three pointed out "1 don t know of any
nrter ole for people to buy and the new fire house to be called the workers escaped with burns and department that's been confronted
resell tor profit If a farmer grows his New River Station. according: to Fire r. minor injuries when the fire erupted.Sid with a fire that had a combination of

?ion becnes and veils them. that isotay Chef harry Greta .....AII.- was the call rr-1IIt' e*. *eMr aad OW kids piled Into car a.mber Stapleton, LP gas bureau cylinders and heavy pressure gas
But if a man buys and rcselfe Ktll. engineer and an expert on gas fires flame; not Cecil, not Gainesville or
item, that is;; going into business or arrived at the scene of the fire two anyone." Sapp totally credited the
tie -> of the road without' paying A half-acre site for the proposed hours after the fire had begun at 11:30 Cecil force and the Gainesville force
Amtrak Treat for StudentsIt
I think new fur station has been donated by Trip Hampton
toes nttihtiesoranythryt. we4nuM p.m. and later shut off the valve that with extinguishing the fire.
< des everything we can to help Lrs tthriehead. The site is on SR-235 fed the fire, under the cover of a 'light Despite criticism of the Starkefarce's
the farmer But have otherutilities. about two miles north of sa 100.
we A chicken pileau supper is set from wash the Orient Express but a trip to Ocala aboard Amtrak was just as water'spray from a Cecil Field Naval firefighting technique many
'-iDPs!; an to.m .ho Base fire truck.Criticism .
pee including several Gainesville
ca-. Ue have to look at 14 p m. Feb M on the site of the new exciting for 25 first graders from Hampton Elementary School on a field trip was leveled it the Starke firemen persons who were on hand, praised
Thursday morning. Feb. 1.
station At :5 m ground will be broLen
ibrtn. ton" p Fire
Department later by Stapleton. efforts of the local
for U.bwldlng.. according to After studying a unit of transportatioa.lndudiJlg a guest lecture by local rail- unit saying
CooDoknanaw Ma then who said the local fire should
sy fighters did what
they exactly they should
Chief GreenFiremen road hobbyist Rev. Jack Flynn the youngsters from Jean Clark's first grade
rfttrtiL "In hght of the registeredvoters have moved in earlier with
class found out first hrndhowenjoyable. nde on a passenger train can be. a cooling have done by evacuating residents as
S BMB! the p"4Ibon I make a spray.noting that if Cecil Field trucks soon as passible. One Gainesville fireman
23 of the children and some of the 11 mothers who Joined the group had never
OMIIOB we rex-ind the ordmaore until to had not moved in and cooled
are hoping raise a good been the noted, "Those Starke firemen
tram and
on a passenger before. the excitement showed in the Waldo train
re. get[ a definite opinion from thejttcrerv arum d the needed funds tanks, an explosion could have
through station and at the loading station when the train rounded the big curve leading did a helluva job with the equipmentthey
Ma'\; Scott then called fora resulted.
public donations. into Waldo. had to twork with. After all,
vole. Councilman Masses and The county: volunteer fire department Starke firemen were not alone in hat's more important the tanks and
Councilman After eating lunch in Ocala the group had to settle Ira bus ride back home to
McOiaVt toted ea. now has over 50 members Hampton their hesitancy to approach the fire. inn-Dixie.. or human lives?"
Rio.ier and BtonHt<< voted \Vhen Forces Gainesville
nay including 2u new members from theNew from and
Sadly passenger travel aboard trains is a dying: mode transportation evi- Both Sapp and Crews offered suggestions
Rae acktd.bat Scon's would'
rr River area A (house recently volunteer forces from Jacksonvilleand
dencedby the recent .proposal Transportation Secretary Brock Adams to cut to decrease the problems
he.Scut gad "I wiU until
noc"Of' burned to the ground just north of SR- within the county helped civil
11.800 miles from the Amtrak network including the Silver Meteor. Championand involved in fighting such a fire in the
tarn tftBi to the attorney 111 and SK-2J3 because it took fire defense officials and
on police evacuatethe
Floridian routes into Florida leaving only the Silver Star route from New future. Said Sapp. -Something needsto
n_..... Massey then said. "In
trucks so long to respond to the alarm. area manning potential
York to St. and
Petersburg Miami. be set up. so that only as
.HaM of the legal &. < .p west the is
) county now The will stiff danger spots as gas stations in
proposal meet opposition in Congress, and the Silver Meteor storagecylindersasare needed on the
it until the attorney can be furthered from fire the of the fire The
a station. area Gainesville "
and others survive thrill school
may to children in the future. truck are kept on the plant site.
\ force opened a deluge hose on the
Crews pointed out. "The safety valves
should be outside the compound itself

J CONSOLIDATED REPORT.. OF..,CONDITION JROTC Rummage Bake Sale Saturdayraise and accessible in an emergency."

(tnc d*g Sabsddia ies '1\\' It was an extraordinary fire thateglled
k11 OomeSft .' : rii i ir> *v t .. for extraordinary fire-fighting
4 EOFB ..cCaraltg.iate>; "" ,;to. ..... to. The parents': group of The JUI'' cIrOOiC'er's money for'the tr. Anyone techniques. But- how would the fire

I '< Reserve Training Corps wishing to donate cans or newspapersis department react if faced with this
arc of Stance IJRROTC) is having a rummage and asked to phone the JROTC office: extraordinary fire in the future?
bake sale at Bradford Square Isis ed
"I'm not going to fight a fire before
CITY i cO Pity STATE ZIP cone Shopping Center Saturday. Feb. ;t happens said Sapp. but Crawford
,: .: 10 a.m. Anyone wishing to donate items for aid the force would probably be more
Ease } i:r at'ord Klorlda Proceeds from the sale win help the rummage sale is asked to take the aggressive, after the cylinders
finance trip for the JRO/TC cadets to items to the JROTC classroom at BUS stopped exploring that is.
SAW MX fFEr'ul IIeaE nmst NO. ClOSE Cf BUS' ESS DATE the Orlando Naval Training Center or phone Bobbie Suttles at%4- a45. orRessie How could we be sure all the

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I .' tc ..._" ( Qbitii'ies % k (t'fR11"' :" Mobile DentalUnit at First- Baptist Church .;i

Floyd C.Koons,84 r'rank Martin.M Mrs.Agile Morels 66 The Mobile Dental Unit of the are working together to provide :''
May Weber 83 dental assistance to tone wattle to
Floyd C. Moon 84, Mrs. Florida Baptist Convention will be at
Keystone Anita !
Funeral. services for Prank Virginia Morelra; 66 aresident provide this service for themselves.
died '
morning/ Feb. of cancer Thursday Martire 94, are set at 4 today! Mrs Elsie May Weber 88, died of Star Route l. Hampton, the First BapUM Church of Starke The target group for this project are
Lakes east of 1, at his hon e onTwIn (Thursday, Feb. 8) in the dispel of Tuesday, Feb. a. In a Jacksoorflkl. died early Monday morning, Feb. 6. February 19-fiM.2 elementary school cMMrenUnderthe
Born Keystone Hts Archer-Tanner Funeral Horn with nursing home after a long Illness. acts a brief illness This 30 foot Mobile Medical-Dental leadership of Mm.Joyce Rlherd, ascreening
moved to January 8, IBM, Mr. Koons Father Patrick Foley officiating. Mrs Weber lived in Starke for Clinic .is a living demonstration of process to now being doneIn
from Jacksonville Keystone Heights/ In 1MB Mr. Martire died Tuesday alter years before moving to Jacksonville FUnoral arrangements will be Christian love and concern by the the Bradford County Elementary
for where he had lived noon, Feb. 8, after a lengthy iiliMM. in September 1974 She is the wife of announced at a later date. Archer- people of Pint Baptist Church and the School. It la hoped that sometime In
many years. He was a retired precision Born in Italy, Mr. MarUre moved to the late Harry Weber and a member Tanner Funeral Horne of Starke is In Florida Baptist Convention./ the near future provisions can be
Jacksonville instrument Naval technician/ from the the United States at an early aile. He of Trinity United Methodist Church in charge: ot uuiriKctncnls First Baptist Church and the made to give this kind of assistance! to
Navy Air Station/ and a retired from Ford Motor Company in Patatka Bradford County Health uepartment adults also '
veteran of
WW-I. He was a 1957 and moved Survivors .t
member of the Keystone Heights member of the Catholic to was a Cumberledge include of Parkersburg a brother,,Carl W. - Community Church,of Melrose Lodge Va.; two sisters,Mrs Gladys Orr of :
No.89 F& AM of Keystone /Heights, of Survivors include one daughter, Jacksonville and Mrs. Della Drumm \
and the Keystone Heights Shrine Club, Mrs. Mary L. Reed of Starke, and two of Parkersburg, W. Va. m rn0m DDDDOQM
a member and past patron of the grandchildren, and three great- Graveside funeral services were
Order Survivors of Eastern Star Chapter 279. grandchildren. held Wednesday afternoon Feb. 7, In EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
Include his wife ,
Dorothy Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev.
Boyd Tallahassee Koons; a eon. Jack Koons of Burial will be In Crosby Lake Ceme George L. Harper, pastor of First 6 PM- 10PM
one granddaughter. tery. United Methodist Church In Starke
Funeral services were held Friday Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of officiating DeWitt C Jones Funeral i
Church afternoon with, Feb.Rev.2, in the B.C.Community Friedlin Starke is in charge of arrangements. Home was /in charge of arrangements. "flJ PRIME RIB AU JUS I

Wficiating, Masonic rites were con-
Hucted by the Melrose Lodge. Burial METHODIST YOUTH ACTIVITIES Make Your Own Salad From Our Salad Bar
vpJ Saturday, Feb. 3, Tallahassee +ac0"fr
Memory Gardens. DeWitt C. Jones Mrs. Bobby Biggs, Mrs. S. G. team captain Chuck Williams and his
t KUperal Home was In charge of Denmark and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen team. Fresh Baked Potato

(arrangements served snack supper to all three youth The Williams team was made up of Homemade Bread
[ Jo lieu of flowers,donations may be groups last Sunday evening in the Matthew Box Mark Box, Tom ONLY $ 95
made to the American Cancer Fellowship Hall.Following Williams and Lynn Eaves. However, Whipped Butter 5
Sdciety the snack supper the the Williams team came back to win a Carved Personally
Glass Of
group, under the direction of playoff 8 Burgundy
IMethodistsToIIoat younger game by to 6 against team
Mrs. Sybil Dempsey and Mrs. Dot captain John Denmark and his team: By Our Chef
Denton,had a Bible Study program) on Pat Mundorff T. J. Carver, Grant t'
District Retreat Feb. 10 Heaven. Williams. Toot Denton and Donnie mow.. t 1 :,.J"J
The two older groups divided Into Dayen. In a third game the Denmark 3, .
Thirst, United Methodist Church three teams and competed against team won an 18 to 8 victory over the ( ... ,..w_", ..;..' .
Starke, will host the Gainesville each other in a basketball Eaves Team. }. -.,a.- .
District Retreat Saturday, Feb. 10. tournament. Team captain Jay Eaves Cheering on the side lines were ;, 1IF y ..-!
Registration will start at 9 a.m. and the members of his team; Brett Carmen Eaves, Tabby Folsom Angel J
Lunch will be served at 12 noon. Smith, Randy Andrews, Mike Folsom)and Norma Canova. ) "
Approximately 250-300()() people are Whiffen, Tammy Denton, Vickie e Ie,
expected, to attend.lIev.Uozarth. Carver and Donna Thornton won the .' Don Denton : o,'
Will BeFGttMF first game by a 14 to 12 score against Youth DirectorSt.Edwards .1" !! CI'\:

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I "Speaker Feb. 10 News U.S. 301 N. Of Starke 9647600BOYS
i Card Of Thanks :i
"f\\v\\ Rev. Randy Bozarth will be the !W Xm" Reverend Father Patrick Foley, ., I
guest speaker Saturday, Feb. 10, at 6 pastor, has returned to St. Edward's,
p.m. at the Full Gospel We wish to express our deepest ? i1 I
Parish following two weeks
Businessmen's Fellowship monthly gratitude to all our relatives, friends in Rome. traveling 0000 WOIlJ'UTI( [ 0JIOaJ( ( a f?
dinner meeting at the Garden and neighbors for flowers, food,cardsof Father Foley celebrated Mass at
Restaurant in Starke. sympathy, and memorials sent at the tomb of St Peter in St Peter's ) r.,' .
Uev Bozarth graduated May 1977 the time of the loss of our beloved Basilica. He and his traveling J.
fl'ortChrist\ for the Nations Institutein mother Neta D. Dyal. A special companion Reverend Father GIRLS DUDSJACKETS
Dallas Texas and Immediately thanks to Elder Wilford Jordan, Pres. Gregory Fey of Jacksonville, were ''Ir: .
following graduation became pastor Winston Barber, Bro. Larry Manning also addressed by Pope John Paul II ;;' 1 .
and the Archer-Tanner FUllerallIome. DENIM JEANS i:
of Faith Tabernacle, an at the Vatican. other
It is such comfort to know ,
interdenominational church In a sc: 'ro J
Melrose. many people share in our loss. visiting interesting Florence sights, Italy they, and enjoyed viewing -,)As8t Colors Sizes 4.10 100% COTTON Off ,1, j

Reservations are required for the The Family the outstanding art exhibits there. V.'." Was ,5+' t o'" $375 7.1... 15% ,
dihner portion of the meeting and A Our Low Low Prices ,
should be made by 6 p.m. Friday Senior Citizens Honored
.Feb 9, by calling Ed' Longnecker In rtll';:

Keystone, 473-2703 or Norman Riversin I rJ The Bradford County and Hampton MISS MICKEYPANTSUITS MEN'S
Melrose 475-1876: ,< V ,
Senior Citizens Clubs were hosted to a' ,
The dinner and meeting are open to covered dish dinner in St. Edward's 'SPORTS COATS 'I I"tll'
all men and women. No reservationsnrd Parish Hall
on Sunday evening,
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needed to 'hear the speaker J" .
beginning at 7:15: p.m. irst Presbyterian Church Starke, February 4 New Colors & Styles 5 ed S11e Plaids Only A 50 >"
The pastor Reverend Father A..o $
Sunday, Feb 11; Sunday School 9:30: $137 No I
a.m.; morning worship, 11 a.m.; Patrick Foley, greeted and welcomedthe 1 QO% POLYESTER &. COlors \, WasMBSPECIAL" I

Special Ed. Program Set covered program-The dish Lawtey supper, 6 Correctional p.m. and Following guests and the parishioners.dinner a sing along of .1, .,; \\t5, I :

For Medical PersonnelAI Institution chapel choir will present a old familiar tunes was led by Mrs. : I
program of Inspirational song, music Antionctte/ Mr Coss and other MEN'S POLYESTER CO'S GROUP ,' I
parishioners. Joe Kerrigan, past
and /
inservice education program for president of the Starke Club. led the ,4ucoa f MEN'S L/S I' .
nir tiSes and IiIliPd mcdl al 'petsonnel; St. Marks Church group in one of his favorite melodies. SLACKS R ,;
drM.4' ta1d'ar' Ih Q1 I""':1"feptkss'wUlp; ; \ ,; v"qrllwrrA ty.JRbn! tnxrn. y/r/ '! .JVIr?.,iT Vernon. Olin Started Ctab 2501" ,, \ DRESS SHIRTS I I i d.. I
hi111 from lto''p.tti. TGdsdall, Feb 6, Saturday, Feb. 10, 10:30 to 1:30() president, expressed appreciation for Beltloop A Beltless' Models
at St Vincent's Medical Center, Bake Sale at McDonald's. the Joy brought to the large number of :
Schultz Auditorium Jacksonville. SUNDAY, 8:30: a.m. Holy his Club members who attended the j Asst. Colors $900Pair LoOurPrices\ Solids & Plaids 30% Off
fh subject will be respiratory Eucharist, 9:45: a.m. Church School, dinner. ,'.
failure 11:00 Mrs. Josephine Fontaine speaking
: a.m Morning Prayer.
Dr Wendell.Williams, I\I.D.of St Monday, 7:00: pm. Youth Choir, on behalf of the Hampton Club, ,
Vincent's Medical Center staff and 7:30: Adult Choir Practice. thanked all who made their evening
Rosalyn Ehardt, R.N., pulmonary Tuesday p.m. 7:30:: p.m. Vestry Meeting. enjoyable. Gift CirtfflutM Now twllablaCatties '.
clinical specialist of St. Vincent's Wednesday, 7 p.m. Bible Study, 8 Airs Mary Gissy and Mrs. Claire ,
Medical Center will participate. p.m. Inquirers' Session. Brunetti were in charge of ,
There Is no registration fee and the arrangements for this affair. ...
program Is certified for two hours of \
continuing education In nursing The PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH OO OO :1
Roman Alvares,Pastor LAKE BUTLER APPAREL
instruction Is designed to provide the : ,.RNM Frw t t 11
hospital .nurse with Information and SundayRadio Broadcast (WPXE), Pine Valley
skills assist In early recognition and 8-33: a.m., Sunday School 10() a.m., Congregational Holiness Church .1.1 SALES ROOM ReMMfthWtfc < ,j I
management of respiratory emergencies Morning Worship 11 a.m.,.Adult Choir Pastor: Itev. David Hodges HIGHWAY 100 LAKE BUTLER-TURN BY i
It Is sponsored by the Florida Rehearsal 5:30: p.m., Training Time Sunday, Sunday School It', CaN l.f h. !
lQ a.m.
Lung Association.All 16:30 p.m., Evening Worship 7 p.m. q
Worship 11
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nurses and allied medical personnel Wednesday MId-Week Service 7:30 Service (If.ft Wille ,."b" I
are invited to attend, p.m., Adult Choir Rehearsal 8,30;; p.m. p."" p.m., Evening' Service 7 STORE HOURS: MON-FRI, 9:3O-5:3O; SATURDAY 0:302:00PH. j ,
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..DeIens)I,.. MsyM fsrse.. a leanest tdbak. Travelers '. r '. Mr. and MJ*. 8IIdIt1 alee .11111II .RlILi0e....,Jttldae. Brte Nttoeat.. and Gina -=u.uMrn WEDNESDAY.a Fe .Ms Itaaat beef,

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C.I. II.". !a. sad Mrs $yrlaNl_ IIIttb vtMting l.-Diana Canl .Sandra .
1.11.I .. Thru sy a Mexico. Although the weathercold wan ...... DafcMe HeTte. Tommy Len roll roll mUk.THUH
CsvatrsdagMr. ""* rtrit with ttefwwho W they had a very good tropBirtbday IMd Redding. DAY. Feb. ISt SMcad ham
$) .. la astMasdsd eo Jose ..I.I Jema, Parfcar. Andy macaroni ana cheese
Lester McCtiYategls ssnea.dborne MInIn where wrfe Anita tied .hat the rank tit Spec. the Grace ..... Std RusseB and NancyWaWron. sandwich ttdbito. ,
beans pineapple
MI Saturday fatteviagat Fearaary s at Atocaue CewalSonthside Us Army. He is .prcMnttjrthe .........t CeJebratiaBrian green FRIDAY. Feb. I*: VML.. bsaI milk.,
H.. ..... William Beaumont Iftlfll al nowrth Grade Sandra MeUon. soup
Brewtatf Ceaaty fruit cobbler
b salad coffee
epltMitalioa center In El Pmsco. T..... and Bucky Kidd celebrated Tammy Peeplts Frankie Rahme. garden
their 10th birthday with twin cke Kim Smith and Sean Smith. cake. milk.
and other refreshments at a family PVtb' Grade Amy Clark. Amy
I School News party on Feb. 3. Wttttams. Melissa WfHiams. Danny First Graders Travel
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Scoggins Rahnondo. Andy Smith and Julie Mrs Jean Clark accompanied her
hosted a party: on January if In Dormaney first grade class on a train: ride

Report cards were seat .home Prt- Effort ExnrM Tram rider Richard Bradford Middle School ll* five celebration: of their daughter. April's Math Grade Branda Bawek, Ken February I. .
day February 2. Pareats arc eacott- O'S1ee.. Lynn Hotaendorf. LauraGarcia >.....and to a very tine and, ablepenon. first birthday. Mr. and Mrs C.R. Crawford. Stephanie Redding and The group accompanied by some
raged to make appouitineats wit* Paula kkKlnn+ey. Tom Watson. I know that she will look forward Scoggina of Starke. and Mr. and Mrs. Rob SpHze. parents and friends were greeted at
their child teacher to dttean progress and Jay Hayes. The class u to meeting each of you at the Paul Meng, the grandparents, were Seventh. Grade Diane Waldron. the Waldo Station by Mr. Shipman.
bring made twisting its unit In geometry Theresa first opportunity. I feel very confidentthat : among guests celebrating with April. They enjoyed a 43. minute ride to
The aides at Southside treated' Mr McCollum and Lynn Holtzendorf Southside will continue to. progress Happy Birthday to Mrs. Jean Clark EuracurrtcaUr Activities Ocala During the trip they /learned to
Dewey McKinney. the eutgoingpruicspaL made the only perfect score on the and flouran under Miss Rahn's on February 6. Miss Claudette Peterson's fifth adjust seats enjoy the view and travel
to a luncheon' at the aeaWesern science unit tent three and four.Other effective )leadership Mr and Mrs. James Griffis grade class helped Marleen O'Steen around their special passenger
Sterr SINk House on r>ida>. A's were: Ritchie Overstreet. Jeff I now turn my attention toward a entertained family and friends at a celebrate her llth birthday on
January X Those participatmg along Sherman and Tom Watson new professional challenge at Brad- party on February 6 in celebration of January 30. They enjoyed a cake car.In Ocala they were greeted at the I
with Mr McKmnev were :Mrs. Mar- From. Mrs Sandra Duncan fifth ford Middle School and though I shall the first birthday of their daughter. decorated with a rock band and cokes Wymoina Park Elementary School by
jnneMurphv. Mrs LuciUe s. < Mrs Mae hitch Mrs Mary Beth Donna Barker Alvin James. Wesley working with a'ery fine decorated Raggedy Ann cake made instructor at Lawtey Elementary
Carter. Mrs Margaret Boone Mrs.Lands Johnson. Jason Hoggins, Kelly Jo BMS staff a start which: has a great by Mrs. Blonme Deskman and other Don Denton Visits School. There they enjoyed the I
Smith. Mrs Linda Alloy and James and Valarie McCloud deal of talent and proven ability.I am refreshments. Mrs Ernestine Denmark's sixth lunches packed by Mrs. Blonnie Derk
Mrs Barbara Brown Students in some of the fourth and also excited about the prospect of Happy Birthday to Timmy Bennett graders welcomed Mr. Don Denton man.
The students in Mrs. Elaine \\ood- fifth grade rooms participated in a working again with many of the child- who turned 13 on Feb. 7. from the Bradford County Sheriffs Although some students had
Miss Shirley Johnsons fifth grade poster-making contest<<' which is aimedat ren with whom rye worked in tile Diane Waldron is celebrating her Department to their class recently. In previously enjoyed airplane rides it
hare written letters to their future recruiting more parent volunteers elementary school program and 13th birthday today. Feb. S! conctudirglheir Drug Study Unit. Mr. was the first experience for many on a
grandchildren and sent them to for the school These posters will be about opportunity to work with our Denton spoke to !the class and showed passenger train.Following
Connecticut to bo placed in a time displayed by the various merchants current elementary children as they Hampton Elementary News slides...drug related items.The class their return to school the
capsule They all be returned to around town. Winners from Mrs grow older hour Roll Student was very attentive and participated in students drew pictures and wrote
Starke in the)ear 2.989: and deliv ered Sandra Dw can's fifth grade are I now leave Southside Elemental the discussion following the presentation. about their interesting train ride.
to the future families of these student Valerie llc<.1o.KI. Suzy \\dson. Kelly School with my deep gratitude and Honor Roll Students for the third six They also wrote notes of gratitude to
From February.3 to 11 the customs Moore. Kelly Jo James and Lynda my hopes and prayers for your future weeks grading period. are: those who assisted in making their
of Chinese !New\ear will be tu-- Ferri. Winners from Mrs. Iva Jean and continued success. Perhaps First Grade Allison Archey. Lunch Mena trip educational and enjoyable.New .
died The room has made a bulletin IiarreU'sfourth grade are Doug Fer- someday. 111 be fortunate enough to Michael Campen. Cindy Davis. Feb.IMC
board and under the direction of Mrs tig. Sara Smith and Shilynn Chaff. return to work at Southaide RhoneU Estes. Glenn Fries.. Donna Students
Harris. Lena Looney. Karlan Rush 1IOSD.Y. Feb 12: Hot dog on bun
from Mrs. Carol Clark'sfourth
The winner : School
volunteer Elementary
Joy :Norman parent students once againBest
Students welcomed at school
Lisa and Cheryl Thomas cole slaw whole kernel corn applesauce on
have made colorful paper flowers grade is Lugiaqtr. Wishes. Monday were Dana Underhill in the
Second Grade Tracy Bradley Tina cake with frosting milk.
for decorations. Bids Branham Tom Cunningham. Amy TCESDW. Feb. 1:1: : Chili w beans second grade and Shelly Carter, a
Mrs l\a I Jean Marreil's fourth McKiuey Dewey B. McKinney
grade class thanks Mr Buford Mit Farewell ta Soathside Principal Custer, Quinton Ford. Billy Horne tossed salad fruit cup w coconut. third grader.

chill for his efforts in letting: a most
interesting<< speaker. Mr Gerald Dear Southside Parents,
Griffin deputy director of theKennedv I am writing to let you know that

Space Center. to talk to the today marked my last day as _
shuttle principal at Southside Elementary, asI --_ 0.---0-------. -- -
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tcneduicd for this :Not ember Many will be moving to the Bradford F- -
thought.provoking questions ,.t're Middle School as principal effective
asked and answered during the \tsiL Monday morning I ebruary 5, 1979 I _
In a recent stud' b> the class of drffe- want you to know that I have thoroughly '
rent types of letters they wrote bus joyed work ing with you and
ness letters to many cities in Fladaseettrig your children and that lam saddened
information about their his upon leaving such an outstanding -
tory Some responses have beenreceived school and fine group of people
and these have added aspart Thank you very much for your
(I f interest to the Florida study outstanding cooperation and support
Congratulations to Ron Brawn. Ron during the 6>5 )ears that I have
was able to attend the Super Boat served as teacher <1 years) and ,
principal <.!'- years) at Southside
Mil in Miami where his father played !
(or the Steeters. Several students Elementary Although I am sad about
have brought their stamp collections leaving Southside I know that I leave
which hate been enjoyed by all the the school in a very sound and pro 1' f 01 / e *-fli 1 e'f
dais condition,with a Tine staff of
From Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's fifth teachers and support personnel
prade Good spellers Enla Gwen I highly recommend your new
Jar Hayes Billy Jad......... Richard principal as of February 5>, Miss SAYE toe vrESrErtMD'At3U
CTSteeiL and Jeff Sherman ExtraBROOKER- Myna Lou Rahn. Miss Rahn has BAKING FRESH
served as an assistant principal at FIRM RIPE\ PEARS

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.,Jeanette Pmrall home recuperating from undergoing e'er TOMATOES ALS
)' surgery from a gunshot wound.Prayer U 0
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from Johnuomilie.Tenn MEM: 2 tlBi _'.
On her Mar FRESH' .JlpOT4TOS
to Tampa to rtsit friends and Feb. IMC t A
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Phone'782-3300 Terry LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday bctlooJ LAWTTCY vilUi, same down Saturday morning returned home on iu.sday.Cot. .

CHURCH 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and r--- -.- --- ami Us sons Billy Jr.:l himtfor and and Mrs. Wm Wilson went to
CHURCH OF GOD ACTIVITIES L52: n.m., Prayer Meeting Mfctwel.: weak home with the Jacksonville on Sunday. Feb. 4 and

L 10*..., Warship Sel'Ylcte: Sunday School RIDGE at 7:30: p.m. Monday supper guests of Mr. and Lewis, were all ill with the flu this weekend. were guests of their brotherinlawand
11 a.m and LONG 1 John Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
6 BAPTIST: Sunday Mrs. Leo Dyal and Leonette. past week. sister. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamil
Prayer Meeting and YPE School! 10 a.m. Andrew McCombs, will enter the U.S. ton.
WedlWilday Worship Services 11 Jimmy Moore of Jacksonville, was Henry ]Hodges and sons attended
EVERGREEN night at 7 p.m. am. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Saturday dinner guest of his mother, the car races at Jacksonville Speed Navy on Thursday Feb. 8th and will George Huggins. of Savannah. Ga..
School 10 BAPTIST: Sunday Wednesday 7 p.m., Pastor Charles Mrs Fred Moore. Herdaughter. Mrs. way on Saturday night. be stationed at Orlando. is a house guest. of BUI and Ray
and am.7 Worship Services 11 Starling. Renee Thompson and sons, Kevin and Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey returned homeon Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews, Sr.. of Wilson at this time.
a.m. p.m, Training Union 0 MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST Brian of Jacksonville, were her Saturday after a month's visit with Jacksonville, were Monday evening Mrs. Irene Frisbee and Mrs. Ton
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Ser- supper guests Saturday.We her friends, Mrs. Vera and Helen supper guests of their mother, Mrs. EupJsldo and daughter Mandinner
p.m.FAITH vices 11 a.m. and 7 Garner Pierce Crews. Middleburg, were
p.m. Training are happy to learn that Mrs. of Montgomery, Ala.
WPXE Starke BAPTIST: Radio Program Union 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Rembert Carradine came home from Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and his Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs, and son guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gnann.
Dial AM 1490 FM 106.3 Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Rev. James Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville, on brother Mr. P.W Kelly went to Sl Mike Dobbs of State Farm, were Mr. and Mrs Carroll Gnann of
at 8
a.m. Sunday. Bible School Parrish, Pastor.NOItTIiSIDE. Saturday dinner guests of Mr. Willie visited
10 Thursday and Is getting along Augustine on Monday and they Middleburg. their COWIlnaL Mr.
a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and BAPTIST Sunday nicely.Mr. very carried him to his brother, E.L. Kelly Dobbs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie and Mrs.Jimmy Gnann and family on
8:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday School 10 a.m., Worship Services of Dobbs. Friday afternoon. .
11 and Mrs. Danny Luke of Keystone Heights, on Tuesday and
FIRST'6:30: 'p.m. Pastor A.E. Massey. am. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Heilbronn Springs, and Lynn Boch of he will go home from there. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCombs of Mr. and Mrs. James Roe of 'j j
BAPTIST: Sunday School Wednesday at 7 p.m. Starke were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Cheri Wright had a houseguest Jacksonville Beach, were Sunday Jacksonville visited their sister, Mrs. '
9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY his mother Mrs. Daisy Boch, grand- Miss Connie Shlndell, of Sava- dinner guests of their brother and Jimmy Gnann and children on Sunday
and,7:30: p.m.? Training Union 6:30: BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m., .mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and nnah, Ga., over the weekend.Mrs. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew afternoon. I
'p.m' : Prayer Meeting Wednesday Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., cousin Miss Lynn Whaley. Margie Reddish and sons. McCombs.Mr. .
7:30 p.m. BTS and Mrs. Waldo of
5:45 Prayer Meeting Donald and Pringle SCHOOL MENU:
The church f.m. Mr. George Gaffey, a friend of Mr. Randall of Starke Mr.
members and friends Wednesday and Mrs. Frank Camp for 20 and Mrs. Robert McClellan and son, Worthington Springs, were Wednesday Feb. IMC
enjoyed a Fish
I I Saturday evening.Fry at the church on plans to arrive today and stay until Jeff, of Heilbronn Springs, Mr. and supper Crews.guests of their sister, Mrs. MONDAY: Hamburger gravy,
1 GRACE UNITED PERSONALS Monday with them.They haven't seen Mrs. Buddy Revels, of Keystone Pierce mashed potatoes, '4! orange, hot biscuits
Mr. and Dobbs of
unday School METHODIST Friends of Floyd Futch regret to t him for many years. Heights,were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Casey butter, milk.
-Services 11 9:45: a.m.. Worship Jearn that he was seriously Injured In Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Jacksonville, were Thursday dinner TUESDAY: Macaroni and cheese,
a.m., Methodist of their Mr. and
Fellowship at 6:30 Youth an automobile accident on Wednesday son,Tom.of Jacksonville,visited with Mc<1ellan. Other dinner, guests were guests parents, Mrs. bologna cup, green sweet peas,
: Arlie Dobbs.
chair p.m. Sunday night; night, and is in Intensive Care in their mother, Mrs. C.R Crews for awhile Mr. Johnny" Tomlinson, and Chuck peaches, hot biscuits, butter, milk.
practice on Wednesday night atBible Shands Hospital, Gainesville. Our on Saturday night Williams of Starke, and Miss Margaret Mrs. :Wayne Hardee and sons, WEDNESDAY : Fried chicken,
Steven and Michael
: school{ prayers are with him. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams Smith of Lawtey. The occasion were Wednesday mashed potatoes, green lima beans,
study course at the Miss Elizabeth Jr. and of Miamibut was to celebrate Mrs dinner guests of her sister,Mrs. AliciaChesser tidbits
church Terry was a guest of family, formerly Margie pineapple hot rolls, butter,
every Wednesday night at 8 her sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland of now of Starke, Mr. and Mra. Willie Reddish's birthday. of Maxville. milk.
p.m. The church has a nursery for GalnevUie, from Monday until Dixon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bettle.Carter and children, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson, went to THURSDAY Spaghetti with meal
pre-school children Mr. and Mrs. in
during worship Wednesday. Mrs. Raymond Williams Sr. and and Mrs. Jean Wilkerson Wesley Houser's cheese toss salad
services. Wood Wester was family, were Sunday Cocoa and sauce, wheat biscuits
their Monday dinner guest, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dixon and family, dinner guests of their parents were overnight guests butter, applesauce, milk
The church
his fiftieth
enjoyed dinner on the Strickland and Miss Terry attended and Mrs. Janie Howard, of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevail birthday party on Jan. FRIDAY: Chili with beans, saltines -
ground after their regular morning the Senior Citizens Service and dinner were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ariaMrs. Mr. William Crews was a guest of 28th. Monday night they were over- cole slaw, french fries. peach
service. of Col. and Mrs. Hal
They also had special at North Central Baptist Church on Porter Roberts and family. The his daughter,Mrs..Loulse Clements of night guests crisp, cheese toast, milk.
communion of Satellite Beach.
service after dinner. Tuesday. Mrs. Strickland's daughter. occasion was to celebrate Mr. Willie Waldo, for the weekend.Mr. Boyle They
The United Methodist Women had a Mrs. Joe Bason, visited them for a Dixon's birthday.Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling

business service.meeting after the communion short time on Wednesday morning. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake attended a Gospel Sing In Raiford on --.64 COMMUNITY HEWS *a, I
\ Mrs Ida Latham of Salt Lake City City, visited their parents, Mr. and Saturday night.
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday Utah, and Mrs. Minnie Nut UN and Mrs. Harold Eunice, on Thursday Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear .
School 9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 daughter, from Orem, Utah, Mr. and night Ga., visited her sister, Miss Elizabeth by Elizabeth Walker 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10:30: p.m.
a. m. and 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse and Terry afternoon.Mr. .
Lloyd Dyal of Brooker and Mrs. Barbour on Friday Phone 9644683 Morning Worship 11:30 a.m. Evening
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Ethel Ellerbee of Panama City, were family, and their mother, Mrs. Opal Bill Anders! Sr., of Jackson- Service 6 p.m. YPCW 6 p.m. Evening
Dell Chapter OES: Service 7pm.Ebeneier .
Dell Chapter OES will meet at 7:30: Baptist Church! Bible
p.m. today (Thursday, Feb. 8) In the Study Is set Tuesday at 6:30: p.m.
Masonic Hall. All members are Prayer Meeting Is set at 6 p.m. today
Invited to be present. (Thursday, Feb. 8). Sunday School at
0/ e March of Dimes 10 a.m. will be the only service
Mothers are marching to raise Sunday.
money to fight birth defects. When a There will be a panel discussion
mother visits you, please give a Sunday, Feb. 18, At 5 p.m.
I I r donation. Every little bit helps. Participants Ms. Lureau Jackson
Church: Activities Sister Louise Hudson, Deacon
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rehearses at 7:30: p.m. each Tuesday.The Pittman.; .
JAPE mmm Official Board meets at 7:30: p.m. NOTICE! Mrs. Davis asks all
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| OFFICE TO RECEIVE OUR FREE IP4 t LION FIGHTER CERTIFICATES. 'Lovef east service 11 a.m.Communion In the church. .
GOOD FOR MERCHANDISE ONLY service 4 p.m. All members are The pastor's anniversary will be
IMM.OYIII t PAMH.MB ixcturicp DRUM /imci.ATiOMr / i Invited to attend. held March 4. All members are askedto
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CENTER CUT BEEF Thomas presiding. Bible Study Is set are Invited.
LOTS OF Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. Prayer and
Pastoral Teaching Is set Friday at
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. Despite Adversity, Baby Tornadoes Storm -82 by Live Oak ,

JV basketball Coach Bob Hancock BUS 80-LO 72 dish 7 and Steve Marks 6 m tne cntttal. got them disorganiMd and then when
Even with the 25-10 had us five on four couldn't
stanza. point they they
talked about the his won't be
has adversity that
With a performance
the third almost get back into their
advantage quarter quite
sophomore team has faced recentlybut believed as it is retold by those lucky
they could hardly see harder enough to see it the Baby Tornadoes proved critical in reverse for the "I've just decided we're going to
times than befell them Tuesday night pumped double-doses of adrenalin home five. McBride fouled out late In press people and run the break. We
when the young Baby Tornadoes into a BUS gym crowd that asked for the period to cut the squad to five and got 72 shots against Macclenny the
played head and shoulders above the unthinkable and got it-a win fellow starter Donniel Doster was other night and we got 72 tonight (hitting
lead enoughto whistled for his fifth personal with 53 32 for a nifty 44.4 percentage), Ir. ) '
their years in holding a against against a Live Oak team good t s
seconds to in the and i 4A'f a
Live Oak with first four, then three beat Bradford earlier this season- go quarter sent the last two games we've scored 148 l
men on the floor and not a substituteto and a victory with first four, then to the bench, leaving just four points!"beamed the proud JV coach.
call on during an ultraemotionalwin. three sophomores doggedly protecting players, Reddish Marks, and regular McBride's stellar middle-period
a too-small lead against a five reserves Chuck Williams and Kevin performance was lost in the shuffle
team. Randolph on the court against a Bull- after the game but he finished with 20
For the last eight minutes of the man BIIS trailed 40-36 at halftime dog squad that had eight men to call points for the night and Marks added
tight 80-72 win the Bradford JV played McBride,and Poster each had2or3fouls. on for the game's final eight minutes. 17 tallies A
(four against five basketball due to foul Marks. With only Chuck Williamsin The lead was only 61-40 but the four 1
casualties and the last 1:08: became a the court it in
players on protected a 1n
reserve on the bench Bradford fans 1.0 31 21 10 II n
three on five game when yet another that would make Custer rise from .
wondered aloud at the half if the way 'MS 34 10 22,11 MLin (
!Baby Tornado Chuck Williams was his and take notes.
it all the JV club Tornadoes could finish the game at grave 0._, Frlartant-1. ,Coon 1-H,Duvall
fouled out. Through Tornadoes set in
The 2-2
Baby a
small but energetic home- the rate fouls were being called on up |.',Kin' '* !-,.,.MeCullar.III, IMw.r514.20, {+ )
delighted a zone defense, dissected the LO press William 01.2.Ir.dtordi .
town crowd with an Incredible back- them.Coach Bob Hancock continued to with crisp passes and then set up In a McBrlda 1t-*.10, Marka M-l, ?
against-the-wall performance. four man-four corners offense. Marks Raddun 11-ia.jl' Dollar 12-4, R.ndOl..1.,
with full court
pressure ,
Williams l (> f ,
the short-comings of and Randolph played the deep guard
The win coupled with a nearly-as- defense despite -- .
impressive((18-39 rout of Baker County his six man roster and the scrapping posts with Williams posting BUS 68-Baker 39
underneath Reddish in
Friday night gave the up-and-coming Baby Tornadoes blew out to an 11 sliding
Bradford Junior Varsity a 7-9 record point third period lead as Dwayne and out providing both leadership and Playing one of their best games of
to to when double-
for the McBride scored 10 points, Kevin RedfJDr an open man pass
year. teamed. Reddish scored 13 of his the season, despite the loss of two
.- 32 points in the last starters, the junior varsity five used a
game-high period
installed to Baby Tornado center Kevin Reddish poured in a season-high 32 points to
by taking pin-point passes from newly press completely spearhead BUS' short-handed win over Live Oak TUl'Sday.nlght. On Friday
the Baker JV In
rattle High I
Marks and slicing down the lane for
layups. Macclenny last Friday night. night Reddish poured in 30 points In a 68-39 rout of Baker County.

ValentineWednesday Forcing the Baker five Into Ii::. ".. ..... __ .''A.--. ..1.-._ _
our For a stretch of almost six minutesat mistakes the BUS cagers caught fire ...,' ." .XI S .It_:, '
early when the shooting of Steve 1 i':. ':'" \\Ir "
the start of the fourth quarter the ; ,
four Baby Tornadoes outscored their Marks put them up 12-6 after the first ,'1'I\ :; ri' ]I IIii
five opponents 10-5 with Reddish scoring period. The score remained doubledas
b.4 every Bradford point. First the 5- the Tornado five ]led 35.19 at the -,:. j@!! _
10 center hit a follow shot, then Marks hair 45-28 after the third period and r-
fed him for two consecutive layups. went on to a 68-39 win over a team "
The Live Oak coach, maybe unableto they barely edged 44-43 In an earlier L1:4T; r' ih j
their floor. The
believe what was happening meeting on own
argued with an official and was defensive tactksOI'Ily 13 turnoversand
slapped with a technical foul. Reddish a balanced scoring attack were
cooly bucketed both free throws and features of the Bradford game.
then claimed a defensive rebound and I. Turnovers were cut in half: for 1J555 : Li.w
drove the length of the court to put instance Bradford had 20 turnovers in ;
71.55 with 4:20: to go and the first half against Bishop Kenny,
put Tornado fans into nearfrenzy.The Kevin Reddish led Bradford with a .
'Dogs closed the gap to 71-61 buta 30 point performance going 14 for 21,
charity toss by Marks and another a 67 percent performance, for the
Reddish-from-Marks layup made it game. At one point in the second and
74-63 with 1:58: on the clock. Disasterwas third periods Reddish, playing center
to strike once more as Williams,a against taller opponents, hit 11
seldom-used freshman who turned ina straight baskets.

gutty, much-needed performancethat Reddish raised his season averageto
included a stretch of four defen- 11.4 points A 1
per game. sophomore, W ,. ti'v,
sive rebounds in a row,fouled out with Reddish came on slowly and wasn't a Iw .. !
1:08: to play and the score still 74-63. starter until well into the season. In
LO quickly closed to within 74-66 but the last nine games, however, '
for the last 58 seconds three Tornadoes Reddish has hit in double figures ,': sy)
SATIN HEART J lB. $11.25 Reddish, Marks and Randolph, Against Ocala Forest he scored 24 "
played the frustrated Bulldogs to a 6-6 points, Palatka 22, Eastside 17, Live --
tie to keep rein on the victory. Oak and Santa Fe" 15, Baker 12 (the dr
Three foul shots by Reddish, a bucket first game) and St. Augustine 10.
and free throw by Randolph and and Chuck Williams, battle
BUS reserves Kevin Randolph, number, right
Steve Marks added 16 his
clutch defense kept the game in hand. best offensive show of) the season points that for a rebound In the Baby Tornadoes win over Baker County Friday night InMacclenny.
Spectators were calling) the game I
,has seen Marks come off the bench
the greatest thing they'd ever seen and and BUS guard Steve Marks, number 20, look on from calmer quarters.
gradually play
) and Coach Hancock, who was put more more. I
MITCHELL'S DRUGS W through the wringer in the win, was BHS'exhibited a balanced scoring
just as ecstatic. .. attack as Donnell Doster, playing his. Fisher,,,,, academic,casualty. Harris and Dwayne McBride'5, each.

.: "Man, the kids did one heck of a job..,oil i first points game Tim Harris as a ladded starter,6,'added..DwayneV 7 '.... c.1V.$, Mtogether livejpuflled J lt9elf'.",)M/ BBS was" 10 of 26.05 jjft, rc. p.hfF.I1I.!! .. "
E. Can St. Starke FL : .
J In that one didn't they," Hancock said McBride 5 and Kevin Randolph 4'' the :;,and: with: the i ,the free throw line,,, ;,,.,.,, I
up press
between handshakes. "I tell what
you points.
lrtiw A- and a brief four corner offense when
964.7810 won it was our press. By putting on "We've had a lot of adversity lately.I netted one basket to beat Baker. 'radfardBaktr nil'. 11' H .
the (la defense used .
early teny
press I ex didn't know what to expect. Man, I Down to seven players, all of which a 11 nBradfordMarrIt 3t
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sve" v oB y n a two ) we
laD games
tell you I was really proud," said saw action the Baby Tornadoes ,.,,,, McBrlda, 2..S.' Markt
Coach Bob Hancock played with a purpose, Coach 4-14. ,RaddlXl,..1.20.Cottar Ltd. William.0.0,
Hancock said. Randolph. 1..-.. Totals, JMOM.Sakar .
Starter Phillip Sawyer, a leading .
., ,
4-! RuskOwit..3.15 Brown 000 -
scorer and rebounder, was dismissed Kevin' Reddish also led the team .
Varttorouoll O O.D-O. Yarborough L. 3..0,2.
iijc S from the team the previous week for with 15 rebounds, Donnell Doster had Shivar' .'.0.Millar 0-.-J.Icon,....,oivant I,0-1,
E disciplinary reasons. Starter Kerry 10, Steve Marks 8 and guard Tint T"... ,la.l.Jf.

Camp Blanding to Open For Gobbler Hunts I

We Have What You'M LAKE CITY -- Camp Blanding- limited hunting was arranged throughthe dates were selected because the area
Wildlife Management Area in Clay cooperation of the State Armory is used on"weekends) for military
Need To Set Up Your County will be open for the first time Board (National Guard) maneuvers
\ this year for spring gobbler hunting. "The area will be open for three A maximum of 40 hunters will be
Major Larry Martin, regional two-day hunts, on Wednesdays and allowed on each of the hunts
scheduled for March 1415.larch!
manager for the Game and 21-
Fresh Thursdays during the spring gobbler
22 and March 2829. All hunters
Water Fish Commission, said the season,"Martin/ said. "the mid-week
wishing to participate must apply
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Boss Anxious / forms are now
Floors available at the tax collectors' offices
II' # in Clay. Duval and Bradford counties
For i ;
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Books Set Up Finances Available "A drawing to determine which
McCULLOCH PORTABLE GENERATORS hunters will participate is set for the
-1919 For 1979? 301 Lake City office at 10 a.m. on
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9Q4.6020 South Hunters successful in the drawingwill
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Wrestlers 3rd at District \:,


Bradford lII h's wresting team'Wan have some Palatka wrestlers get Allen Is now 1&-3-1 on the..... *W1* '
most of the battles but Fuel the'war at, upset to win the thing and they didn't Boys, who most of the Union r I

the District III wrestling tourney in get beat when they weren't supposedto. after a WEut fell to M with },
Green Cove Saturday Feb. :J ." the toot since the state'title I .

The Tornadoes took individual match Of a'year ago.Nugent's ,1.

district classes championships" in six of the 13 Danny kills Nugent district In champions the 114 pound were Bradford High School's sis District III wrestling Montgomery Anthony! Bright Henry IVte lAnd .\U.... '.
weight in the four
team event division Martin Slocum at 123, Alan champs flrare: Danny Nugent. Martin Slocum. Alan Scott
but Io
were relegated to third place In win at 114 was a mild
the team standings because Montgomery at 129.Anthony Bright at The Tornado junior came in I H;
of the 141, Henry Pete at 159, and Allen! Scottin 123 district title with second first round pin and won the Palatka man who had beaten him
superior depth champion: Palatkaand seeded second but won a 4-0 decisionover straight pound I !
Mathews lost In Ihjt
runnerup Clay. The Panthers the unlimited division. Patterson of Clay and then 17... and 16-4 superior decision finral it-1 over Inch Lie no of Clay the earlier finals but this year.still earned eight t inn ,j
defended their district title racking zapped top seed Hickey Williams of wins,.the latter in finals against Kevin second 'otter
up 120'. team points to Clays' 104 and Scott's win was the most surprising. Palatka 7-2 for Vie) championship. 'Daniels of Palatka. Daniels was 17-3-1 Oni- Toriindo. junior IBBpfiundcr points"I for BITS pleased with the effort> f ..
the Tornadoes 98o7: Interlachen was a The Tornado affectionately called For Slocum and Montgomery the coming into the showdown and was a Ronald Mathews, picked up of all wa II of very the kids we had entered in
distant fourth. -"Fat Albert" stunned defending district titles were their second slim 4-5 loser to the Bradford grappler eight surprise points when he said Harris "\\... I
district and region champion and straight. Montgomery. last season"district earlier this season advanced lo the finals in his weight the tourney. !
state runnerup Randall Boyt of 114 pound champ won a first. Anthony Bright and Henry Pete division with 142 decision ovtt a quite have the depth ,
"We still felt like we could win it up Palatka in the finals of the round pin before waltzing past 18-3-1 :remained undefeated <( until about midway through the final heavyweight class. The two ended Jerry Strickland of Palatka IOo!. Pete in-0)) with their championshipwins
rounds but we just didn't"get enough regulation time In a 0-0 deadlock but Unbeaten 124 pounder Skip Norton, of at 142 and 159. Bright outclassed World Inc.
second and third places lamented Scott scored a two point takedown and Palatka missed the meet with a second seed Keenan Williams of Clay '
BUS coach Ronnie Harris. "We had to held on to win a 2-4)overtime decision. broken arm. Slocum won his second 'II. /8-1 In the finals while Pete won a 43 Restaurant Open 24 Hours! "

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I. Region I Mat Tourney Set for Friday-Saturday at PalatkaBradford's Anytime Bacon I plus< I In

Tornadoes were competitive Fernandina and Baker 114-Logan, Bishop Kenny 12-*; 171-Joe Maxwell Clay. 192. District
disappointed at their overall team County; and District IV, which lists Danny Nugent Bradford g" -7 d and HI winner; Lee, Baker 12-1; Randy 'Buffet 11 :30A.M. To 10 P.M.
showing at last weekend's District HI talented Daytona Seabreeze and New District HI champ Redstrom Palatka. 126.

wrestling tournament but they've Smyrna Beach as members. 122-Marlln Slocum. Bradford 17-1 ,/ KB-Wayne Ivey Clay. 10-2 District Steaks Seafood Sandwiches
been back at work to prime BHS lost to Bishop Kenny and with II pins and District III champ; III champ: Bedell Fernandina $2'lJ..8
themselves for this weekend's Region Baker County In close dual meets Kevin Daniels. Palatka, .17-4-1; Beach. 64.221Beau. Selection Of Meats
I tournment at Palatka High Friday during an early season slump and "Iso .Fratiore. Bishop Kenny 9-3.: '. : Brown, Bishop Kenny 14- Large ,; tall "
und Saturday, Feb. 910. was beaten In duals by Seabreeze and 129-Alan Montgomery Bradford.i 1; Darrell Gapp Palatka District III '( -- Salad Bar Dessert Bar ---...
The Tornadoes have the( luxury of New Smyrna Beach. i and District 111 champ; Jerry champ. > .'
coming out of a highly competitive Strickland Palatka tsWi; ; Unl--Robbie Corwin.. New Smyrna. ...
district into a relatively weak Some of the outstanding wrestlersin Patterson Baker. 11.2 13.1: Wayne Croft, .Fernandina 8-0, .W : ss STATION OPEN
wrestling region The upcoming the Friday-Saturday meet, with 136-Roebig.: Bishop Kenny. 9-3: Allen Scott, Bradford J-J-l and 50
tournament will include roughly 25 most recent known records are listed Revcll. Palatka District III champ. District ill champ: Randall Boyt. ,
teams from four North Florida below by weight class: 142-Anthony Bright Bradford. 19-0 ,Palatka. 7-1; Scrivins Seabreeze Buffet A.M. To 6 P.M. ,
districts but some of the toughest and District HI cliampWlflcmond.; i Iwho beat Scott in a dual meet 7-1> "
competition again should come from 102-Johnny! Givens Palatka. 21-0-1 Baker 10-4; Kennan Williams Clay. Wh.This Ad : Cloud SundayConcerned
Palatka and Clay the teams that beat and District 111 champ; McDonald 10.7; Goodman. Daytona Seabreeze AtI I Is Shown : about gas prices, Oil shortages? W.

Bradford out at districts. Bishop Kenny 11-1; Leslie Wilson. (lost to Bright :S-4: early this )'ear.) The unlimited division is obviouslya .....R. ttaur.....nt.....: r have 93,000 gallons storage and would b. glad to
strong point of Ihe meet as Is the 142 a
The other districts Involved are Clay, 175. 149-Robert Ball. Clay. 162 and figure with you on a contract for future deliveryof
District I, stretching from the 109-Brad Brown, Palatka 22-0 and District 111 champ;,Tom Livingston, pound division. 100 gallons and more. If interested see J.D. '
panhandle to Live Oak with few District III champ; Richie Catien. Palatka. 165.158Ilenry Wrestlers will weigh .In early Odorru Jr. '
strong mat programs: District II, the New. Smyrna 13-2; Bruce Glover Pete Bradford 18-0 with Friday morning with action starting .
Jacksonville area which includes a Clay 11-6; Rettenhaus Bishop Kenny, 12 pins and District HI champ; Rich .' valx: >ut 11:30: a.m. each 'day and .

tough Bishop Kenny team and 112.: Licno Clay. 156. ;continuing,', all day long.Macclenny I- Sportsman'sWorld "-

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I : Nips Tornadoes ; Live Oak Just too MuchThe ". ; Inc.U.S.301 ." ::1

Tornadoes fell behind early and RIISI43-> Raker'" far his best offensive performance of In the third period the Bradford five South of Stark ,. j ;

couldn't make up lost ground against the season, on 15 to 20 foot jump shots pulled within two 30-32. at 1:29: In the Phones Restaurant> 44.'5JO Seivice'StatlanL954.5914 .
Baker County and Live Oak last week A lifeless Bradford High five played that usually hit nothing but the bottom third period But Baker's Ben Lee hita ; 4 944: 130t
us their losing streak grew to six from behind all the way In Macclenny of the net. turnaround jumper from five feet -:'.
games, and their won-lost mark last Friday night, and simply could Shell scored the final four OilS out to give Baker a 34-30 edge going Also "
shrank to 5-13 for the season. not hit the catch-up basket although baskets and 8 of the final 13 baskets. into the fourth period.
Baker nipped the Tornadoes 48.45 in they pulled within three points with Forward Ed Hamilton added 10 With 5:35: left In the game. Shell hit Appearing At The
Macclenny Friday. Feb. 2, while Live less than three minutes to go. points, the only other BHS- from the right corner to close to 3642.
Oak's IHI! Bulldogs crunched BHS 74- Forced to go out after stalling double figures. Shell and Hamilton. Charles Lee, replacing Miller hit the
47 in Starke Tuesday. Feb, 6. Baker guards the BHS five allowed .each had 8 rebounds. front end of a one-and-one to make it Back Door Lounge

two inside baskets In the final minutes Baker jumped to a 6-0 lead. (.37-42, and Shell hit two baskets to \
LO 71. BUS 47 to seal the 48-43 loss. Bradford won the Bradford didn't score until after six 'close the score to 4144. but that was
The once-ranked Bulldogs from first encounter Jan. 5, 54-47 on its minutes of the first period which as close as the Tornadoes were going Fri. & Sat. Feb. 16 & 17 '

Suwannee County had things their home court. ended 15-8. Baker. ,to get. I ISOUTHERN .. .. l i
wn way as 4hey jumped out to an 8-O The steady shooting of Curtis Shell The Tornadoes pulled within five( I IrMford t U I u. 41 '1 LINDA.I
lead'ugainafa''cold-shooting\ Bradford'" kepl.thCBradfordfiveln> the game.ell ,n-Vdby..balfUme.ata ther'ahouting' 'oftr-I II} r. to d9>'''( -.".|<..1'...$" ..,,. .,..M" J. U*trEXP0Sl1RE =* I
team and were ne lJ T threat ed.''" .j/ ,the way!/ Shell bucketed 24 points by Shell and Hamilton. ,I. f

Live Oak harrassed BHS with a full Hamilton trmtUorf-Cfrttr.-..... 55.11.,". .tail,..., I.L.".'2.. 'Miller"/, Hollll..i.0ToUII ,-. SEA I Also Feb. 23 & 24
court zone press throughout the openIng : o... IM41.S .
half and with IB-point-per-game .kr-L.. ..0.U, Wlill>m> 4-1-1. MHItr ....t. 8-1 2PM 8- 12PM
ninth grader Bruce Perry showing the Pirkir .'.10. I..,... 4-l-V, Hull ,.,..,. To'o'
way with a dazzling 28 point performance ..
the visitors ran ran, and ran .
Home more. Their lead was 29.6 at the :
end of one quarter before the Tornadoes
started to solve the press with atiiitiiij1. TheSnowbaIIPrinciIe'I
crisp. direct passes. -4 .
During a five minute spurt in the ) ';; .i. h,
second period BUS played Its best ball "Ii ,1. s I
of the night closing off the LO running \ 1I .. v '', :
game/ playing solid 2.1.2 zone ." / v' b I' r"y
defense. and getting good shots at the < : "" '.
offensive end. Buckets by'Curtis Shell '. : ," ii'!
und a free throw by Kd; Hamilton .{t' 1 1J

made up a nine points to none surge '
for the Tornadoes that cut the Bulldog f skkk
advantage to 19-33; with :2-W: to go. ,I'
But. LO scored the period's last rIve .;.,
j points and led :W-)9 at intermission\ ..,1.1...
Th second half was all Live Oak "

until the Bulldog coach emptied his 129,' ,
bench and the game turned into a fun V *
to watch: but ragtag affair. After beingout.scored i
21:1-15 in the third stanza the .'
Tornadoes played the fourth quarter r Jc
oven against mostly resreves.. 1U-1: ;* w
Curtis Shell led Bradford in,>ring li liThe I. .
for the second straight night from his d.t.
forw'ardspnt. Before fouling'out Shell .
it junior had il: 'points and a' team- : ''' '.. '''it
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high eight relxiunds. Guard Frazier .' ;<"" "
Bass chipped in nine point! and \ .. ,,' t '))1 I
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Lee had the eight night tallies.tlle'Torn does shot it : ,% '. i". .., '.'
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dismal :32 percent on \qrt shot,\and! }9 : $ : .. ,,.,,; ..
goals. .. w r'' :.fL: ---- --- ; : <, ; ':.!tt.: '
/ outcome wasn't up in the air for long as Live Oak;
'11 to night '." :
10.BHS. 1' If 2a beat Bradford 7447 In varsity Tuesday ,
1 0It 1rx LO led 294 at the end of the first period but al least it
LO. M.Jones...-...O.Joo,t-l-fc Perry.$114II. -. wasn't for lack of effort on the Tornadoes part, Here BUS .
01.... .0.2, CluntMrt 5-J-I3. rttri .2.n.P..ln. ,
In dark from left to right. Charles
1.0-t Totals" 2h17.14eINS players.
CO Mtr ..-.. tin 3HMHitf , Lee Edward Hamilton Frailer Bass and Kevin [Miller DAILY INTEREST
H.m.lton. ,.|.0,Shill !.,.>;*,L"1-3.......11'.I...- battle the whlte-jeriled Bulldogs for possession. I,,
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. Eastside Finally Snaps JV Girls'Win StringBradford's ..- ,' ..

JV girl roundballer!' 4a1ywL..w
crunched Hawthorne 3&9 but then had Warming

their five game winning string r.",.. .ww
stopped Monday night by a '"
Gainesville Eastside team they had .h .. 't

beaten The split 30-20 left early the junior in the varsity year Lady J4 The I II t

Tornadoes with a 7.3 record on the :
year with just two games remaining I \
hothon the road Tonight, Feb. 8. BUS : }
goes to play Santa Ke in Atachua. and .
he JV girls visit Gainesville Buchholz BenchWith
Saturday Feb. 10. Both games; startat

BM:: with varsity games following. .. ,, f It). I ,.-
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A flat Bradford performance : &"'
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Kustside '
against an improved team
let the JV Lady Hams cart off a :6-33! ..... Buddy Collins'8
victory over Bradford at BUS !:T JKSET/aw '>,'LA- .'MIMWH -- ;'Ii'r i tOOOOO-C
Monday, halting a five game win ":vPr)body took a tumble on this louse ball play and the KnsUlde: Monday nigh after winning five straight( game ---- -- ----- -- -
streak by the local girls( HUM JV girl squad. In while look a fall at the hands! of lady Tornadoes pictured are, left to right. Tracy Prep Playoffs

WlIIIJ_ .. -. _1--Ajjjj1iTLili1BL! _. lUnkerson. Mae llollis Hope Jackson and Lourlte Smith. Need Revamping

1 o a t a l They just didn't want it bad efi7fgeP I'm one of those who thinks Florida's present high school basketball
aI enough" said disgusted BHS coach "' championship system Is a bit ridiculous. I mean what does the 2U-27 game
I I I .lerrv' !McGriff after the loss. "When : <:' : :,.:r; regular season mean if come late February all of the nearly 5iw( basketball-
I 1 on stand there flat-footed while ; stir J(0 .,:. -" '+;, ', playing high schools in the state send boys and girls squads I some terrible) to
iomebixly jumping over you for a ilrV ,.( \; I' lli4w ; the courts to decide state champions.
rebound you just don't! want to win :"" Sunshine Stale Basketball Editor John Zellner recently voiced his proposed
much. '. change! to the playoff format and it's worth a listen.
The entire game as a nip and tuck In a December Issue of SSB Zellner writes "It's time for the prep coaches in
nffair with neither team claiming!! Florida to Influence the Florida High School Activities Association to
more than a five point lead. BUS took t" bring the state tournament system up to date" (Hear, Ilea! >
a five point edge with 1 ::30: to go in the Zellner has a handful of basic proposals. One-eliminate the inclusive
first half Hope Jackson, the game's district tourneys and instead determine district champions during!t the regular t
But it doesn't have to leading/ scorer with 14 points, stole a .. season. This would be done by having each district team play all of the others
Lady Itam puss and drove the length a home and away basis.
WE MAKE HOSE ASSEMBLIES advantage but it was short-lived. At move on into an expanded regional tournament-one with four teams from two i
intermission it was 2: .211 and Eastside districts Instead of just district champions as! now go.
WHILE YOU closed the gap to one point during along One regional last year then probably would have. consisted of Ocal.iVanguard.
BUS cold stretch broken only by Gainesville Eastside. Clay Ilighiind 'Bradford. ALL t teams with at
WAIT louette =Smith's eight foot bank shot least 16 wins and all deserving of playing for a champioaship. That playoff
Mill, the visitors were just as cold and would be a two day affair the same weekend as the present district tourney
assemblies at the end of,three quarters Bradford would be played but without any meaningless routs without any 4.22
which are exactly) held a one point. 2U-2H. lead. .turkeys", and with a whole lot more excitement than todays (district ?
4 The lead changed hands like a hot ., championship
like the original potato in the last stanza. Bradford led Zellner further proposes to eliminate the sectional playoffs >lone game ,
and better! To curly but KIIS used a follow shot to tournaments" between region champs) "give the home team too much '
put your equipment take only its second lead of the game advantage" and instead invite all eight regronal champions to the .state
back to work in '' N with 4.25: on the clock Bradford tournament His reasoning: because under the present system! where only lour
the fields fast. You e ..-Idon't retook the lead and then gave it right teams from each classification MA. :IA. 2A. IA> go to the state tourney in
'r hack Hope Jackson of BUS knottedthe Lakeland the representation too thin. Only I a shell of r'lorid.i'H prep
t lose valuable score at :i4-34 with one of the nine basketball strength displayed at the tournament because one 4A team for
time don't lose foul shots she hit at the 2:14: mark instance represents a sectional stretching from !eland to Fort Lauderdale
crops'j&Weatherhead. ;' After couple of turnovers Jacksonwas The IA and 2A tourneys could be played one weekend in March with the' :IA
llh 1. again fouled hitting one of two and 4A events held together the next weekend. '
W %M: charity tosses to give the locals a :))534lead I love the idea." The three day state championships on two consecutive! .
r ; rr with just 41 ticks on the clock. weekends! would be much better dralincardll/ for the Pl'l'plehll' are just
With 2.1: seconds to go Kaslsidi- basketball fans not followers of a specific. team-who I assume will come to ,
scored the go-ahead basket and y Lakeland Clr w here\'l'r the site anyway I, especially for the :3A I 4.\ ec l'IIL Alter
Itradlord couldn't !get the game's! final all instead of seeing eight big schools minus some of the pow crS who 1,1t'It. "lo
shot to fall with nine seconds to play. get upset along the way under the present system you would get to vii'w Hi

Bat II I 1 1 14DHA J power house clubs with good seasons behind them.
I II 10 0 IJ. ItEMS You know another reason I like the no district setup is lieciiusv it mild createa
i ..... pennant race situation during the regular season as teams battle for the two
Allut 0-II, B.Bo.ISI, L.w.i tOO.
playoff spots in each district
Control "10., G.Ilup11.2.4.I Cnnit I 0-1.
$: district would have already been decided with flayand St.uuuhtino .
:: ::::::; BHS Williamt, > 0',Hop*Jackton 4 I 14, MM :Mar llollis hit nine frre throws The BHS
Hua4I 9 13, Hanhtrton I 0,3, Lynn uoptr 000. against the .I.Jl.ady Hams :\Iumlaynight .\ ( clinching spots because of their hupOriorit\-.o\CT' the Torn.itlocs: .nut' A
Louiltt Smote I 01 1' but that wasn't to
Bradford (win a battle going on as the .season nears its end Ocala \'anlua..duuhl( .
uiisuiiuisuTin. : the Junior varsity string would still be for grubs w ith lea
AGRICULTURAL HYDRAULIC spot clinched I but the second slot up hlll"II"f
.-,* Thursday. Feb 1. road game going. .Kiistside. and i three district losses such' anticipating\
C BEARINGS CYLINDER was! a hrec/e for Bradford as the JV season showdow 'hich would really mean something\ w hilt t try Inn\ t" I
girls( jumped front IU-5 in crushing usually a solid double-figure scorer Santa, Fo and Ocala Forest i
the cold-shooting Lady Hornets. The hosts didn't t .score more than The 1 regional tournament first round would have Vanguard\ tupc -"l '...m!
) four points in any quarter and were district :3, meeting t St. Augustine, and Clay, top"seed Iron district Ii;, meeting. ,\ I the \
Tracy llankcrson dominated play whitewashed in the last period. second team fromJhe :\lm' on-I\lt1chua: area i (district *
under thu hoards! dumping in u game. the. two objections this idea "hich I 114111 hear right 1111I11',17T.hill\,: : ouK
higtr9.1i1pmntst"tilnedr6mthe! : .fbull' tai, ONO 0 7 '10 J II 4 ijrilVMMi Y I rl II ur IiminulinllIl1lhll.ulsCl pla ills 2 'r1lallp'l't., -
line Janet Williams added nine points1' the'best' teams in all four clastificationwa"s.Peetutor1: ; CTfticrfr cout. whateverwouldhaetotraveltothfstatetournc '
J and :Mae llollis six points as the JV Bas Williaml 3.11. J.tkton 1 0', Molln ) 20, >, Hitc twoweckendsins;.}11I'lInlwt'r \\ f
H do the
ClIll'ould be Since hen rins
girls didn't/ even need the four point Thompson'.I, Wllh.mIOOO Nitholt :\ to number :
game of leading t scorer I lope Jackson. 01) BuncoRib. l-O.l. tmitn' I 101 be playing for a state championship anyway I say that w.ith all due respect (of
this>'f' come district time anyway" 1 1It .
Federal "Triple-lip" seal bearings> Double acting; w/o adjustable t "I would l he hard to. answer number two for it is a ligitlm.ite.. gripe( :' nlioul t HUH ,
. offer extra) strength under severe stroke Has working pressure up to Sports Calendar p.'oposal.Iilyh). I : (' the hl'llt11\' to answer it would he to sai i uu h.ivc 4u t i HIM-( ;
operating conditions. Locks out 4000 psi Hard chrome plated rod. ...something/ to move ahead: I don't know
dust moisture TN208A-S Sizes 2x8) thru 4x16.) If you have any thoughts on this issue, pro or eon or any better alias, d"n't t 11.
hesitate! to write'me. I'd love to hear from you on am' issue rel.iting[ to spurts ,
Thurs. Feb. I Baker Fresh at BHS fresh basketball 7
come in to NAPA p.m. "
a store
-__ today BHS girls JV V basketballat Santa Fe 6130: 8 p.m
( i\ Frt. Feb. .. BHS wrestlers .t Region tourney, PaUtka High ,
Starke Motor
Parts Go. Inc.
f gjp North Marion BHS JV,V boys basketball 1130: 6 p.m.
S.'. Feb 10BHS wrestlers at Region tourney, PaUtka High By the wa>', prep basketball I certainly not the onl> area in high\ -Miool
*. 155 W. Brownlee St. BHS fresh., JV. V boys basketball at clay 5,4:30,1: p.m. sports in Florida with an unfair playoff system okay okay' ..ilII IH unl.ur> Fur
HWY Mon FrI.l BHS girls JV V basketball al Buchholi '::30. S o.m. Instance, four wrestling teams 'lincludmg WIS'' met' !last, weekend( in Green( .
16 8 5:30: Mon. Feb. 12 ." BHS wetghtlifters at North Marion 3 p.m. Cove for the I District II mat tournament. Four resllers from each w eight\ Class
Starke Sat.. B 12 Macclermy' BHS boys and girls' tennis 3:30 p.m. advance to regionals so e\rry grappler\ in that louni.iim-nt/ ulh tux--il.
Tue.Feb.13P.K.. Yongeal BHS boys and girls tennis 3:30: p.m. regardless of how well or how poor he did at districts. :It'unh.I. in .iimesille/
f we help keep America moving BHS fresh basketball at Ketterlinus 5 p.m. seven "rt'lltJerlt were battling for the f..ur'Ip..11I per I ion I district ."> nets(
Wed Feb. ,14 Baker .',BHS weightlifters J p.m. and In uu>Southwest Florida district. I l elie\e. I H I teumt-and; I II wrestlerIKF,
-.II ili\ision--were" .struggling\ for lour spots in cashweightclass'Ijiul'sriduvlous\ ,
butI.I guess the .'IISA110111| a job. like the I'resident'nil/ can.ilisj>
cveolxidy) all the time, ,

tthile alluding to :Sunshine; Stale Basketball I Iwve to soy they intunlxKellniv
are doing a whale of a job. No publication has ever conn' reuse to; ay .,
covering sports in Vlorickathe way this! first year magi/ /.me lil.iiikelxlmski-lb.ill,
The first issue had coaching profilts-on FSfSJor William-*, .11 's Tali-s
(l.ockt'. Stetson's Clrnn: Wilkes. and Ocala Vanguard's Jim llale y. the second
edition included capsule run-diiwns of the lop ;:>o high,school seniors cad I live
juniors in .'I"ridilnlon w ith a feature on Kansas 'ity King "iii) \\ inter I 11.1 veil .
Oli-4 Birdsong and looks at girls roumlball and I'111i1I1-t\I n prep Kiskethall. in
Panhandle: in the third iSIIU'l'lIntht' first. t'ulu'hc''iI''I) :2.1 high sdmol |1..11
with teams ranked regardless of classification, as well a* a college( preuw and
a high school previewof the (entire slate'
w :Since; then lhe>"'\'(> had stories on Artie (iilmore. Vanguards.. Xt-lj Hooch.
supposedly Florida's number one college\ prospect, a pri'Mcw of the stu ..
Don't Forget The One You Love? best prep holiday tournaments an interview with I'F.couch Johnjnr.\ \ a look'" at
t the where former""lnrldilllchIKlhnp,1I1: rll are playing 1 college ball, the st-lecl I ion
,Sf: of the all-time best Florid high school products the first h'ilm11111'01"(1\ 'otl
l Harr>I Hawkins. :M\charriv>mpson.{ Ih"'i.rdl'"rtt'r, Otis Birdsong.) [ and KddieJdluison.all.NBAers' :
ThisValentines. an interview! with :Martin County cinch; If I lun \\allen :n7Wicarwr
e e e e e e mark, .stories\ on :2A power Ulldwood. ('''Cllil. Jacktuoxille's. ..lanusKay.
and Central Florida's Bo Clark'the hat inn'" leading,M 11i111; college(
so'iron1 '
Which Is Next Wednesday Feb. 14th ) Permanent fttures.ire Ihc coaches lop yt.-u rundown of highichofil: Jictum' in
0 0 'f'i: all rl'It"IIund a statistic! page with info on college.. Junior_college-ami: l high
-chonl action K .

We Have Party 'Goods | #" : "


Plus A Good Selection Of Cards I.UOIIl'C'hlllljf' '

: Mv: ) apologies to Mania T>HOH for leaving his mime out in reference to the
football( awards picture. The Tornado first team all-slate running. back is the
l, To Choose From last guy I should have forgotten\ .,its good( news that Jacksonville. ....111 host 'the
; national Class A mrn's softball championship: this >car The had news is that we
wont have a participant There probably won'I be a class A club in tlrudford
County this season! after tho annual Fall roster ..hakcup Jax also got( 1\ hat
/ SF" should be a super softball item for area spectators A national slow-pitch
ffiagOFFICE conference qualifying tourney wilt be held at I Drew Park April "..R. Entries
include Jerrv's Catering of :Miami: Howard's Furniture. North) Carolina. Ken
f ': Sander Ford Ala Capitol Insulation. California: all world class clubs Area
; SHOP Mowpitchers are already limbering up for another elongated season by the
1a way .BI IS' girls softball team has opened practice under the direction "of busy
Coach Jl'rr1l'Grjrr.: He's doing triple duly now with girls and varsity
;: 110 W Call St botlkt'tball..Hick Stevens andJiam Chonowcth will head Up Bradford High

Starke Florida botrack! and field program this season with Grover Howard in charge of the
; ::1 girls' squad Both teams are on the run with opening meets set for
f[ 964-5764 March.. Tales Locke: did a lot for his Image as Jl: cage boss when he suspended '
"" two oC his best in the pot-relaied incident of a week ago: Stilt the whole thing ,
1 ", adds! another tarnish to the already-rough reputation of Jacksonville thas
t .-- -, around ,the country.-Add a feather to the CAA's cap for their dl'Cislonto hunt
: out recruiting violators\ instead of waiting for trouble to knock on the door The j
college athletic association Is sending investigators to the ruited areas
I if ." ,.,1"., 1if of the t.$. (including Florida" to beat the bushes in search M recruiting
'" cheaters, If ynu can believe what you hear there's lot of shady doings in the .
if[ \ "V, ?' **' I scholarship-signing I"I

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I Tornado Lifters Stay Unbeaten R CIMrs. on .

s41rt'ta .

With Easy Win Over Vanguard- Sr.

The Torando o----

kepi its perfect record weightlifting intact with squad an !Summary: Boys Action
roy .il.2win' \ over <>cala Vanguard Bench pressclean and jerk-total
Wednesday. Jan. ::11. at home. line figure is a total:
Bradford won nil but two vt > ..11. (Martin: 'B'< > ltt-140-2ttft. Nugent TH Aral pi*** Cavalier got back:
classes in taking its fourth" ighl H' I" Fish. iVl' I 265 Oft Ilan riyhftciKfc but week, wanting
t,f"l) l''u\l\'e win and e11c4uragtd Ui-\\hite: .MM). Jackson: ''V. 2 3. thtw,3.'N year old gamm to
Poach David horse l.rftis, i 113,1 ltti-HU-2ll: /\ dint., rkyS >for Boy a Ili8fUtr
iniprovt-mcnts made over with I It'-OoviK <'Ii I :2H-2IV4.HI f Parado title alWf A suffering two loose the
Hurst- singled out HobbMartm oust ueekM :;;- 711':1:1i: : : Minis <'V 2tuiIW WC H tl fgcet' .
ltind I'urado. Timmy I $ .:Mark Jones <161< :XUHM.: : I,, y 1
t'hllrll's'l.'mal Allen b ) Jone, King < V > '1\.;, Kicks iB I7.VI.VHIW: : 1 ,< : .'a t6--Warrior 42Mn

,\\ Il1Ildl, Af Chapman findexhibtlkon l'fu..I'f'Jtnk: IIi.i.n.! JoneK cH > 3ttft"40-lt2B: 'L |" ,Ukh- MrDuttie poured In
hlicr Jairiffm' and John Itvnnelt Moore I' !Ii' XV: ': -22.1-4Ki.' ( Dixon : ; S l.f puJntM BJKo uliers ended a two

fur I lopping' their pm-iouH bests In one IHI" eomans iB > 2911.2:11I.20..1t'lIkln" : : pact louitvg.ireaK the Old Armory
ur both lifts in lust \M'ik'Hiiimpotition. 1111! :24H-24IHBII.' Hawkins'V1> ___ YYednesddy.Jan, :31.
:145 npI.4'.tltJ.: ... chipped in I II
I I'm l pound lifter Handy Thompson I'm, Thompson <1It 28u-2ku.590. marker for the ,winners while too
conlinucd to rain-e up. ThompKon. Chiipniun, 'II' :22H-2IHM20.! : !Mcllelhon Warrior) got 13 points from tarry
shooting: for 11 "Ial'hampilln"hlp\ in ''V 4I<). .Ixwi nn4 10 from Kent Hood und
his I nlV Push i 1\'< -11I11.( Scott 1131' .
junior l'ur. ""t a Johnny I3 swell.C4rt :
IIt'W IoCh"ol) ,
'I1III--IW:! : Swindell .
M.iiKliird< In the clean iind HI' I7i; I7II05I :
lift of 2HW/ poundH jerk w ith u : ....."" J.f...._+.144 kh..U I-1.
also ; t .. .
I I U l ra4M-l4 WaMM4 SI-II. McOvHIa > I
t'fIJ.lll'lllht., I IIcholll"t'tord for total lift, ).'
-. .t11'lore Mftamst Baker ". 1"I"! t>>'.llotiMM **>., her.. >.*...
shunt \\lnchdj> itlternoon and will Jx( 'H.
ether Kradhird high MinncrHiitj.iinst \11111 North Marion !\IIndaJan.. 12, ugjlt"S$,Warrior MChuchJoitt
1 the
'/ LSIing) "nlJhlll1'1.: .' U'lore hosting the Baker High
;Martin Dlvb..lark; .'"nCII. Tim SS('tlllt'lIt\l\\ .Jan., .... All matches: quad ataripm. )nand Donnle Banks
-;Jones/ nnd 't'llmallll.; at :ato:: i The Starke 11-13: year old' All Stars-third place lUrry Simmons. ,Albeit McOuffle. Top row- Coach (combined' for points as the Nuggetssqueezed
finisher. at last "...kPnd'l "Blg KM" youth basketball ('..rlel CunnlnRham. Emmett Watkins Clifford Smith by'the Warrlorl58.56 In t".ocw..tim
",WilY afl< In
tournament DrUnd.
I Drizzle Fizzles Tennis Openers Bottom row ll-r VlncpJe'ray! C'huck, Johnson Crewt.KeilhJonesIonnle'olemanlsam'aster.'oachhandy Not pictured. Gary Carter. regulation The 'JIOCII'e'IUJ with: 34 Johnson,all at the and end the of

'|.iincl| sinishino"iU>Ui>fl the MIII at home against talented Gaines* Warrior* Uuhrmy Bo well trading ;
i iciiinu/.( of the HIIS tennis svuson tille I Ilit-li Uednesduy. Feb 6. i weather ) tnuet jn IbVl tiebreaker period ;

'\\' ('l'I1atllIwi it'll huts the 'T"l'mllllUII" Uidy' ixTiiiiltinn. of course: i and have Local All Stars Tuk<2 3rd at "Big Kid" Bas:etball Tournamentlead think. goal ,In the second overtime .
| '' up ovrs amiinsl 1 fnitih l\ii iiiatcheM next week." : \\8110.Irrf difference.lloswcll :
't Cimnt.x were ralncti out Tuesday Tin- setters face !Macclenny/ on the1'ui A team of |M5: year old basketball The*w local loam "was crunched 52.24 by all with Chuck'Johnsonadding rilli..hedllb 22 points to
alll'I'lieMIIi scorers :
III l :Mofslay. Keb. IZ. before hosting all-star from the Starke Recreation Deland in its opening game but took 12 points and Vincent McCray lead the Warrior* while Wade Pelham :
TlH- IHIVS und nirls tennis KIUMS| I' K.. Wine: Tuesday. Keb. I.I.: All Department and Reno leagues took third place with a 45-4:1: consolation added 1lib..
were then scheduled i I Il /l'll I heir seam matches\ .start al ;.I'UI:: I p.m.i third place in last weekend's "Big win.over nine ... ':
Holly Hill
Kid" youth tournament in Deland. a trophy. earning themselves 0, W $.*...s> *) I4J-1L. .1...... Oval i
IMrM- S II I I >4 )*.,.jaMartak tsfH,10. .
Softball. Baseball The tourney was a virtual previewof In the Sunday afternoon consolation wanr4" (..r,4-a.f. ;la*!4lt, 1.11 11. .
Umpires. Needed_ - this weekend's District Youth Basketball game the Starke stars built a 25-(6 .1I..<.or'.' ..."..._1-'.'.Wakln.1-1.2.. ,. cHr HI faHtan "*'4, ;
*- Cvtom t-M.McCr.y 3-** immMW 44S
\ Intermediate Boys tournament halftime lead and held off the Holly ..... ...., .....
; 11nl ln or woman interested! in A !March :2n 7 p.m. clinic Is set for in Hill mini G. C rt r jtnn i' .'Rlal.n..Th.Civ .
Holly 1rIl
near Daytona
.Hill club for third Donnie Coleman
adult softball Dixie baseball place. .
Youth to review .
umpires basic .
and I Dixie (toys l.o eball. Is asked to fundamentals.l with all the district teams entered. muscled Inside for 19 points to II."*.Hill ?I 11 14 4-4. : ll... jumped into a :32-22 :
Mollr I* 41
(ontiict t !Slarke Hccreution halflinwtaid, and win In overtime .
anent Director Cheryl l (illtl" in Depart-, If." *, .........>i S-I-ll.W./k1/,17.s./ ..s.C.r1.r over* Mr2rAJ'tlazers ln Friday's -
antepr119 Youth Baseball Coaches Needed For Summer .., ...., .. .
,I :;!. before :Mitrch 7 Diamond Season *, C.lm.s H-l McCray a carter 4 Chant! ..
I.' JCMw 444The
pumped In M for
"r points
I'lnpiresaro nwKlwl for all leagues( The Slarke Recreation Department t MissoMInhopestohavetmemajort moron opportunity to play" Miss the I losers but a more balanced Cav
:Miss; (iuch, In Starke All Stars play Ormond
says.Clinics : is! now taking!! name of an one who t league, ages 10-12.: and one minor1l'lIlotul' iodwin says attack |led by Emmett Watkins 22
will; be held lor both "old" Beach Friday night at 7:30: in the first
U The
thigh interested! ages Kec'Department
in coaching a I will also offer points Chub Johnson' 18 led toylctory7 .
round of the district ,
and new umpires In rl.'it"Ihl' basic Ilj"jl''mllh or Dixie Boys baseball "W(' hope by changing the programthe u Dixie Buys program! ages 13-14.: tourney which .
lunil.imenlals. rule changes( etc. learn for the 199 l!> !> he isan. according: to, younger boys and girls will have attain this \ear will conclude Sunday afternoon. :

Miss Cmlwin Nays, All Softball Slarke! Recreation Department e....- ,MMIm ll F 4.1.*. I4artl ',*-.. SbnnNl .
jimpire must take written exam to Director (Chen" ) (iuri"in.It' -4.I4.. WlkNM. U...>(. Car** 4+a.Tf ,
.become a registered American interested, contact the Recreation : BHS Freshman Team Gets 2nd Win of Season ..IM1.M 1 a, thaMlar 14.0, Narr1IA111 .

N lll>ull Association tASAi' umpire. ( I Department phone !4-67112; A, "I f ':," ,
Tin chnie lot soflball umpires is This \ear plans are to change the The BUS freshman basketball team pressure ending of a close game to lift INS I it 4 u > nHHI ,;'. Et'iSrNuggetsll "
:Dcntiitivcl.v.. "set 1 for Thursday March H. Dixie Smith League slightly For thepast took IlIIlIel'ond'In of the year against. the freshman Tornadoes past U i 11 14 '
lit 7 p| m. in the old armor-, hcadjiiutiMs |Ian dears I there have been two Hawthorne Thursday, Feb I. and just Hawthorne on the road. Thursday .I TM. CfcyaUera broke the game open
HI N.IIN.S K Jacktaii l-t-4. Wlamarc-l. in the' pitddle periods with Chub
of the Recreation missed having its first streak Feb. 1.The, .
: winning .
| Depart- ,
major leagues ages 1012. with I. Orion ,-7.17. DIM '-'. Oaodmaii t.44.Mawmm .
:jnenl; Ir\ouIs for nine >ear olds. This year of the year !Monday night in a 24-22 I..>,Tywn,'.'.D."....4...N*.ant 0- Johoa home-court IONS l to Gainesville East-:: .... Walkinssariog; .19 >in victory.
hide. HIIS ninth graders had HHI Tamil*.(. Carrall >-*'. Miruhim 1-4- Cb Johnson bit .18 points for the
fashioned a seven point lead at the .., Lawit '.!.1, McCray .4-4. ......, **... IQMMI .and ponaie<< Banks added 16. .
"If make close of the third quarter before going .. ". > -
we KIIS24-HIIS22 to the four corner stall game and The rosh Tornadoes next sec action .c.w......;tioot.efliI 14745..rlH<,t-a.14,
_...... ,., ....,
The Bradford ninth-grade club needed Griffis' charity: stripeaccuracy against. Baker County at home tonight fetaan XI4. .t. TVMH -
I jumped out loan 8.2 first\ quarter lead, : to claim their second win of i Thursday. Keb. Hi, inu 7 p.m. game.They ,Maaada 455 A.....Owe halo*. an error took the six point advantage into the .' the season. With two and one half play Clay High on the road
locker room at half lime, and still led minutes left In the game and Bradfordup Salurd.iv.* Feb 10. and Ketterllnus on t'u""' "*4. !*ditasi Cavaliers 10-2. :>
jla ; by five enleting the fourth quarter. by three. thcTornadoes went into a the road Monday, Feb. 12. Both away Nugg et. >l:v'Warriors 47. Trail .j
1\1 ., .. we the liut the last period proved murderousin staJL.Thu-host Hornets cut the gap to j games start at 5 p.m. Illazen. ,4J; /; :.
pay a one-bucket loss to the frosh Hams -, ;
_. BloCk onepoint before Griff was fouled. He ,.' '
t ll'Wll ( "11111".I1t' 1,; in tarke."H."' hit botli ends oft he one and one to give' .r v .., '. If' \ \ ,I
'pe'narf I .fffllt. "We gave it to them: we just threw( HIISi, breathing room at :I7U4.llau ';' '
it away" said a disappointed BUS \ .came down, missed and Tornado ""c; :: )
coach John Slater "We still had the Tornado Eddie Winkler hauled down Wt1on'-4
lead until the last minute or so but the rebound with Griff is being fouled j
the interest= when you turn the ball over 11 times in again at the other end. Again the

the second half you really.can't expectto Bradford freshman was up to the Wrong End of Ttvo.uts: ;
win"The task dropping in both foul shots to up
H&R Brock preparers are carefully trained. hills against the same club that the margin to five points and all but The Lady Tornadoes lost] a pair of :.Wi1181-nlls36; :
had beaten them 31-22 in Gainesvillein clinch the win. A late Hornet basket lop-sided games last week as their r
But if should make that
we ever an error Urfy: fell behind
The t
the season opener left the freshman made the final :39-36. season record fell to 5-9 with two
costs you additional tax, you pay only the Tornadoes with a 2-8 season record regular season games left to play. early on the road and never caught up _
..t.Ha horne Thursday, Feb. I..J..ady .
with four games to play. Hawthorne whipped Bradford 53 %
tax. Block penalty and interest.
pays any Kenneth Griffis and Todd Jacksontied "We played our four corner game last Thursday and Gainesville hornets paced by 201
We stand behind our work. That's another a* high point men for BUS with w'hcit they went zone and forced them Eastside pasted the Lady Tornadoes FVV***"' :'U\lahes.. and 22 point

reason why we should do your taxes...which- six points each. Griffis and Eddie to play a modified man-to-man 53-29 In Starke Monday night. lead,,S4-44 halftime edge, and
Thompkinsboth cleared six rebounds, against us, explained Coach John quarter ,
ever form you use, short or long while Eddie:: Winkler claimed five Mater. "Then in the second half weKtaed EllS 53 811S Z9Bradford's :M-32: tiib&\pvrtfxl margin beforeblowing
boards. th>.game wide open In the
in the delay and just let them Theressa Woody hit the
foul last Stanza .
"us. first basket but from that point on it for Bradford
IUgb *corr was
HS- t S i u I.aHI. 4 iThe
H&R BLOCK: I 4 I 4 11 was all Eastside as the Lady Rams -V, ler"gialer; who fired in 16
Tornadoes scored 17 points scored their sixth win against 10
..point from her guard post. Janette
INS Janis M-i, Fart I.4-1. Waular '.%-', from Jhe charity line (ton 30 tries) as losses. from the
THE TAX other
INCOME PEOPLE .... 444.HS EMIt y /tCfld) 10 points
William/ Johnson
compared to eight free throw pointsfor The visitors led 11-4 after one : BHS could
Hutfie 1-4-1.Jacktan,J-M Winklar guar.erfW.a manage a
62 7 S. Water St. >, Orillll, J-4-4, 01494 '..'. TMamaklm 144. the hosts, They were even more quarter and stretched the margin to total of wy 10 points from four front
accurate from the field eleven for 24
Hwy 100 Starke Fla 30-13 at halftime. coon p4yCL
-1(1(I percent with drives off the four No Tornado scorer reached double
964-8286 BUS 39-Hawthorne 36 corners providing high percentageshots. figures with Janette Easley leadingthe slat 14 4 4-h
Appolnlm.nlt A..11."'. Kenneth Griffis calmly bucketed home five with nine points. Valery .Hg, W 14 I* H-14

four straight free throws during the V> Chandler hit for eight markers and p.adln4' 11I..r J-4-14. Oaclav. *!... W..dy1't4,4.rg7lrC5.1SM
L 1 "Todd Jackson and Scott Hudson Sandra Darley for six while Woody ..-...H......._I...
did an outstanding job against their ended with four points and 10 t r 1

press and Griffis just had" a field day rebounds. $50.0-IidSM111a.....,.,_'..,*,.'*.... '_144.'*< .NN.oh W.'_14147.*...
'iJU(] aJll3aJfl1JJOOil33m under the boards for us, Slater said. Eastside' Lisa Davis led all .stNl..,. '-:4: :.1'I.nlwa, N'TTornadoes.. ,
Hudson finished as game-high point scorers with 21 points and teammate ..
man'with 14 markers while Griffis Vivian Tolbert added 12. have two
raked the backboards for U reboundsand games ln/ 'Iwfom district tournament
L 1il3aJl1JW L netted U: points. Hudson clickedon 'NI 1H i> 11-// Uone,both away. They visit Santa Fe
/ six of eight free throws and Griffis .Hi I t I* S It. tontghl. Fab *, for an It p.m. game

was seven for eight from the line. .Telkarl .'.12. WHIlai...41-H, D..... tall and. ,DVchholz an the roadS
Slater' also praised Robert Tyson IMHvkMrtaa-'.v .s5 l-4. Cavmtaw...., turo .'Feb.-, 10. ;chat game too
Hawkins. Gerald Goodman Ta..l. la-l'-f. starts i&pm '
Herbert ; .
;; and Jimmy Diggs for their off-the- W.alt'.... 1-4-4 vatlay 5 arr 4-l-f,,.Wllllami*.. e *fXlar 1-4-1..44 Darlay44 Tatala14.1lt. .. Tha I U trfc' fpurney is set for Feb.

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Rates ,Guaranteed To Maturity On Certificates I Secretary Position. ..\ : :.#t'
February 8th Through February 14th : ; :

These Certificates Are Issued With A Minimum, Investment : ,;::1"" Deadline For Applying Is Mar@fc}!.;1.T '

Of $10,000. They Are Subject To. Existing Penalties for Early : ':"4' I -l! rh 1..1 ... ,,. '" (

Withdrawal: Loss Of 3 Months Interest And The Payment Of Any' .J" ;. :.: '' ';.\*'l'Please./. Contact Sheriff's Office t !94.,::r.. *80 .

Interest At The Passbook Rate. :t For Further / > '. ,I
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I'azrll! _ TFIElilll: || ::nh.M..1971 _ .; .. .... I - --11iv! - :
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IN THE CIRCUIT court a written statement publication of this LWALSfive personal representative March 15 1979. The Iy't.n.! :I!!=!!! Ads '.
Notice of Administration ,. purpose of this a Iced ... .
COURT FOR BRAD of any claim or -- -- - .'
FORD COUNTY. demand they may t February I. 1979. AM person tended program Is THE KOSe: AKBNT:"' sad, LOSTi .1..1.. fr.* .... FOR BALE II *.. It. Mealcaatary ,..-
FLORIDA PROBATE have. Each claimmust (Signed) Thelma R. ol the estate I I. Interested In the estateto to assist those low. ... ,.. (raa. I I. ...<. Sat .M .a Laia L...... f..ale Ware upright. ..
Powell As PersonalRepresentative June J. Haddock, whom copy of this Income families who 5.. le.. year .**., .. .. "I... ... wait CeNUHyee4a leas, baa .... II... Call -
DIVISION Flit be In writing and Noffce of Administration ... that ,..,'.. fee. Oar .. ...... ... 4T1-1MS. M4-*>... Itp4 *,..
Number 79-11-CPO-( must Indicate the of the whose address Is P.O. were not previously Ceatal-/U/ la erlaa4 |earlkl. Itpd 5t.CLAY '
298) IN RE: ESTATEOF basis for the claim the Estate of George R. Box 16). Hampton has been mailed assisted with their ta .... year tear --- ---- LAND FOR BAV.EKay; .{:
GEORGE R. name and address of Powell Deceased. Florida 12044. The are required WITHIN utllity-fuel Mils). ......,.. ... kaae fear MAVERICKS WELCOME ..... ........ elaa tree. .. :
the creditor ATTORNEY FOR name and address of THREE MONTHS You may make tl.... ,, 8e.- YOU la lee far the 1-le..a tract .la ...I1bb.rhad :
POWELL. Deceased or his alai. Hay '1.1' e.r kale atkara. ef ...... :
FROM THE DATE OF wkela 'fanlljr. Ear eae lawke saw 8aai
NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION agent or attorney, and PERSONAL REPRE the personal representative's PUBLICATION application for assistance ......, .. MaB. ..... .* lee>* aaa< side arjaat .I... ..r." ..hll... ..... :
the amount claimed. If SENTATIVE: Earl attorney THE FIRST at the following 4TI-ltl. Stck( 1/S-l/IS. .. ..,.. eeley. Freeiiraaa'tea *a4 .... artrlaailaf lake :
the claim Is not yet Brown. 34$' East For- are set forth below OF THIS Community Outreach - A |raaaaavkl.r rriaa te aall with.. laraia :
syth Street Jacksonville BENJAMIN Y. NOTICE. to file any Center: Suwannee Ce grad>. A trtftmm.Tkare' treat 'III' ...a .. S4S ear :
TO ALL PERSONS due. the date when it
...... Ceateiarclal... .
SAXON objections they may la* lar aa. Everyatera'ar ':
HAVING CLAIMS OR will become due shall Florida 32202 SAXON of River Economic Council COUNSELOR will T .... Berrel ...- .. SK-ll avallakla. 0..... :
DEMANDS AGAINST be stated. If the claim Telephone: 904-354- RICHARDSON P.A., have that challengesthe Inc.. Community arrange a meeting ..|. ....., I.... Waalara ........ 4T1-4171. lie car*;. :
THE ABOVE I.I contingent or '06$. 100 West New Haven validity of the Outreach Center, 136 with ......r. aae Eagllak MMta -
the Executive
2.1 2tchg 215. Avenue Melbourne, decedent's will the N. Temple Street (. CLAY MAVERICKS. W--'T,, 1114 ;( 1.;. i
unliquidated the
ESTATE AND ALL Director orjhe appropriate .... OraagaPark. ... .. .
Florida 32901. qualifications oMe Stark .. I-S k* :.r. G..,
OTHER PERSONS nature of the uncertainty Florida person with Up-. 1/8. ....1"... Call 471-101 *|ira .:
INTERESTED IN shall be stated.If IN THE CIRCUIT All persons having personal representative Lillian Cummlngs- whom you should discuss ----- -- ---- e a. f/8 tie ck|. .i
THE ESTATE: the claim is secured, COURT OF THE claims or demand or the venue or Sylvia Patterson. the matter ELKS RUMMAGE 'A L E.Frl. ------------ .
YOU ARE the security shall be EIGHTH JUDICIAL against the estate are jurisdiction of the Phone 9t49. *mt .... Fak.. aI18 fOR SALE C.* Save. STS.Trlkall :;
required WITHIN court. If have E. You will be .... S ,... EIII. L...., N. Ii.hl.g .kaal. with .
HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat described. The claimant CIRCUIT IN AND THREE MONTHS ALL CLAIMS, (you appliedfor NOTIFIED In writing I". ....... ....( S/S. trd.rad a ka ,...... :
the administration shall deliver FOR BRADFORD Extended) EEAP within S working ------ -- ..'.'. S1SO. Call 473.* *..
of the estate of sufficient copies of the COUNTY FLORIDA FROMTHEDATEOF DEMANDS. AND assistance, and you days) of the FINAL WANTED ..., It... lit. ';
R. claim to the clerk to PROBATE DIVISION. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OBJECTIONS NOT receive' WRITTEN .... **a4ttlea. '
George Powell. ACTION TAKEN
79-2-CP- OF THIS SO FILED WILL BE NOTICE THAT on ..".. WAN'TG'. ;.tllltptr.a.r. I ;
deceased. File Num. enable the clerk to No. your your application for CaS47-IIIT.VlkV. *". .
Call 4nU77.
ber 7f.12.CPI.298U.( ) mail one copy to each IN RE: Estate of NOTICE to file with FOREVER BARRED. application Is denied ( Extended) EEAP I Ittkf :
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is pending In the Circuit personal representative. KATIE A. SAXON the clerk of the above Date of the first FOR A REASON YOU assistance.F. HOUSE) FOR RENT 2 BR. ,.'

Court for Brad. Deceased. court a written statement publication of this BELIEVE IS Should you desireat a Balk, hussy re., 4 ti'"i GOLD( StarHae.Jawakrv ::
ford County. Florida All person of any claim or Notice of Administration UNJUST you may any time to review *...tea.... la ...eIt. .eearateatUUy. .1......, calac.4aalal ;
Probate Division the interested in the estate NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION demand they may February B, 1979. request a review by SITS Call47J428S. (.''d. Will visit par \
application. Fir .... .. ....... Mr. Kltlaa.
have Each claim (Signed) June J. following the your you II Uackf .;,
address of which Is to whom a copy of this procedure may contact the Equal t75.1081. tl/ck.( Ill
Bradford County Notice of Administration TO ALL PERSONS must be In writing and Haddock, as Personal outlined below ..-
Officer ---- - -
Courthouse, Starke has been mailedare HAVING CLAIMS OR must Indicate the Representative of the A. Contact the the Opportunity or In BRASINGTONc.dIIM FOE BALE ARC MI.'.'..* "
Florida 32091. Th.person.l required WITHIN DEMANDS AGAINST basis for the claim the Estate of Katie A. EQUAL OPPOR person for Olbmoble( S......., '.P.'.. .. "
and address of Saxon Deceased. TUNITY your It/ll/IS. 8".'. :
representstiv THREE MONTHS THE ABOVE Wee a Serrice ,
Information and ..r.... IJ5. Call I :
of the estate Is FROM THE DATE OF ESTATE AND ALL the creditor or his ATTORNEY FOR for your Instructions as to how 4Vn Selection Used 147J. Steal t/l !/s.
Thdma' R. Powell THE FIRST PUB OTHER PERSONS agent or attorney, and PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE county. .r.I'
to proceed. -- -- -- - -
whose address Is P.O. LICATION OF THIS INTERESTED IN the amount claimed. If : B. Request and 1 2.'. Curt Token On. liNGO Aaiarlcaa ..
Box $17 Newton NOTICE. to file any THE ESTATE: the claim I Is not yet Benjamin Y. Saxon. of schedule a meeting tchg CadiUa4 7'Nd4 Peat IDS. 8...., .-. a
Saxon A Richardson 2001N.W1337W301GAINESVIK.LE Salar4ay 7 .... ... :
North Carolina 28651. objections they may YOU ARE due the date when It with the EQUAL .
I Ialta4.I
The name and addressof have that challenge HEREBY NOTIFIED will become due shall P.A. 100 West New OPPORTUNITYCOUNSELOR IN THE CIRCUIT TF/.h5._ ___
the personal repre the validity of the that the administration be stated. If the claimIs Haven Avenue Melbourne for a COURT EIGHTH SECOND MORTGAGE- 5fi
sentative's attorneyare decedent's will the of the estate of contingent or Florida 32901. review of your JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF MONEY AVAILABLE HeTORY'S
set forth below. qualifications of the KATIE A. SAXON unliquidated, the Telephone: (305)) 7272545. application.C. FLORIDA IN AND NOTICE OFINTENTION ,. ISO** etfvaa* with :>;::

All persons having personal representative deceased File Number nature of the uncertainty Tall the Equal FOR BRADFORD .GOOD....1 aaaarlly.CREDIT Call sad .Ma.Dr. ..1.. <<
claims or demands or the venue or 792CP12953)( ), is shall be stated.If 2.1 2tchg 215. Opportunity.Counselor COUNTY TO REGISTER .. 413.USI LICENSE' -I
against the estate are jurisdiction of the pending in the Circuit the claim Is .secured you have ADDITIONAL CIVIL ACTION FICTITIOUS MORTGAGE BROKER. 5Ukf :
required. WITHIN court. Court for Bradford the security shall be EEAPEXTENDED INFORMATIONwhich Case No. 78-283, J.D. NAME / illS I In., jj
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THREE MONTHS ALL CLAIMS County. Florida Pro described. The claimant Suwannee River may be helpfulin Odont, Jr. and Vernle Pursuant to Section 1 BEDROOM, X k.t MTblU,
FROM THE DATE OF DEMANDS AND bate Division the address shall deliver Economic Council determining If you P. Odom his wife 835.09 Florida Statutes .H.... SISO .atk. 1100 .'.
sufficient copies of the Inc. Plaintiff ....... High Rldg E.'.....
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OBJECTIONS NOT of which Is P.O. Is extending the are eligible for the vs Mar- <
that ..
notice is hereby given ... 413.11.. :
S/S *
OF THIS SO FILED WILL BE Drawer B, Starke claim to the clerk to 1971 Emergency program.D. garette L. Johnson the undersigned YvonneV. lied -.

NOTICE to file with FOREVER BARRED. Florida 32091. The enable the clerk to Energy Assistance THE EQUAL Defendant. Hinely, Rt 3, Box 559 ::
the clerk of the above Date of the first Personal Representa- mail one copy to each Program ( EEAP), tc OPPORTUNITYNEW NOTICE OF SUIT. Starke Fla. 32091, doing ;
business under the firm

1rt On saleThursday Margarette, last L. known Johnson name FISH of "SAMPSONLAKE CAMP". Rt. LAUD i

IB iii III address: P.O. Box 215 3. )
LOW f rA'IEAGLEIB I Box 959 Starke Fla.
Hampton Fl.
to 32091 intends to register CLEARING _
Ia4ae PRICES( & Saturday! said fictitious name under
1 the provisions of afore We Offer Fast
I an action for a said statute.
foreclosure of 'mort Yvonne V. Response And

cut described gage on the property following In owner.Dated this 25th day' of Free Estimates.

: every prICe Bradford County, Florida January, AD. 1379 at Phon.984.5134 !
t Lot One (1)). A Starke Florida. 1/25 4tpd rS
the W 20 feet of Lot 2 in 2/15. .ii
Block 29 Blanton's =: i I

Just look at these great buys! Save up to 43jS&fm Addition Hampton to the as Townof same NOTICE OF APPLICATION NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR- 1 ii: i;

of record In '

_._..._ Plat Book 1, Page 38, ZONING AND AMENDMENT OF, -: ,

. .L Records of Bradford THE LAND USE PLAN :: :
SLACKSBIG! County. Florida all In PLAN .. r

Section 30, Township 7 An ORDINANCE An ORDINANCE w: '

r S. Range 22 East has amending the Comprehensive amending the Corn-!) t
: 5 88 been flied against you Land Use prehenslve Land Use ; !

O. and you are requiredto Plan; Element and Plan Element and 3?
WERBJWTcnturlied serve a copy of your Map by Bradford Map by Bradford 3:
I) + Kodel polyester, // written defenses, if County Florida, In bounty, ,Florida, In :
1 tyted. for good look, *.end i i 4 any to it, on the plaintiff's'attorney. ; tAffnft Mt with the 9
Flare.J t pt1,4
eaay-oar o io 15 jqS Il "? locsll.GoviinmenI.AComprehensive, : ,
1 t' I q 4 *oHd*. plaid*. 17 QZO whose TBettArrOovtrnment I
Value, Might Irreo.,25.47 N ptT SO name and address is Planning Comprehensive Plan

qH O J.J. Wolbert Jr., 206S. Act of 1975 as pro. ning Act of 1975 as pro-

+ I5! .ek,7s atntlit Water Street vided for in Chapter vided for In Chapter

l e.. rS Starke. Fl 32091 904- 163 of the Florida Sta 163 of the Florida Sta.
A+R 11 I"112'1'o' 2 10'1'0' r ,l. "".5200 and file the tutes. tutes.
." original with the clerkof TO: All Citizens, TO: ALL, Citizens,

Or. tOW-30 MOTOR OIL MULTICOLOR WEB HUDSON BIG 'H' PAPER SAVE ON LONG SLEEVE the above styled Taxpayers and other Taxpayers and other
AT A BARGAIN PRICE! ALUMINUM SAND CHAIR TOWELS, SUPER BUY! DRESS SHIRT FOR MEN r' \ court on or before interested Persons. Interested Persons

WAS WAS WA C ; March 8, 1979: other. You and each of You Youandeachof You
Jet 490 5.88 -- 49 WERE..... 4 44 V rJ 1,t wise judgement maybe are hereby and herewith are hereby and herewith

Quality. grade on.. emend. en- "uggecI'b4.4' webbing. heyy 182 one-ply towel hav.giva Creep poly/cotton B blend ....... S for entered the against relief you given notice In given notice in
N'.. accordance with Flo- accordance with Florida .
Increaaee mileage Ei- duly tubular frame 23" high, trucker thirttier, texture Color lifully tailored m popular solids
civet?, Eagle. Ion iuia, I qi 38 Ft RewebKlt. 17 complement.your kitchen.. and plnds., Ups '4'*-t7 'I demanded in the complaint rida Statutes that the Statutes that the
or petition. Board oCounty' 'Board of county
'\\8AVe 23*\ 0 lt WITNESS my hand Commissioners of Commissioners of

SPORT CAPS and the seal of said Bradford County, Florida Bradford County Florida

tOptlar Op 04J '. .FOR MEN. d J ? Court on\January 25, have designatedthe have designatedthe

.D latrSAyL ADJUSTABLE 1979. Bradford County Bradford County
.:; 1.44 / ( Signed) Gilbert S. Zoning and Planning Zoning and Planning ,
Brown As Clerk of Board to conduct a Board to conduct a
WA81.ef' Said Court By Marian public hearing at a public hearing at a

,,' + 11 SAVE McRae As Deputy regular meeting field regular meeting held
SAVES 1.00 SAVR |save tos| / Clerk at 7:30 ,p.m., in the a; 7:30: p.m., in the
154 Vg 70%| STYLISH SAVINGS ON / 2.' 4tchg 3.1.NOTICE. County Commission County Commission

1VA3 WAS WAS SOLID SHORTS COLORS WERE FOR MEN, ford County Courthouse ford County Courthouse .
J*r 74c 15.88 8.87 'ea- B44
-- IN MEN'S SIZES FIT 1013. r. Starke, Florida Starke, Flo.

JHi. ...... lids In Mck control 85'% granular formula control One-aultar model DM big out- / Tenturlied nylon pullover style OF on Tuesday ride, on Tuesday
for up to 3 fun month. algte growth kill. bact.".. Ida pocket,.leaher-look|. vinyl. s 4'4' / with placket collar tn ul. 69* INTENTIONTO February 27. 1979, and February 27. 1979 and
wenEa-e- solid color*. S.M,L.Xt.AVj wERE37c'S REGISTER make a recommendation make a recommendation

SAYE 21% FICTITIOUS to the Board of to tife/ Board of
NAME County Commissioners County Commissioners
20COUHT.10GALLON. Pursuant to Section and the Board and the Board

1 TRASH BAGS 3 PK. 005,09Florida Statutes, will consider on Mon will consider on.Monday ;
+BB ca notice is hereby given that day March 5, 197 at March S, 1979 af
LAyR 1.23 ; : the undersigned Daniel L. the same said place at the same said place at :

WERE-M* i Earle, Sr., 4633 CrescentSt. 10:00: a.m. an Ordinance 10:00 a.m. an Ordinance '

j. ., Jacksonville, Fl., relating, ,to: relating to: .
SAVR 1.00 : 32205. doing business The rezoning of the The retorting of the

1.00 2g e1'1'0' under the firm name of "B following described following described 1
\SAVE 23%] SAVE i S,. & D Coffee Service. 4633 property and amend property and amending i
EAGLE Crescent St.. Jackson ing the Comprehensive the Comprehensive -
WAS 5.88 DISPOSABLE ville. Fl. 32205 intends to Plan to
Jdl' 3.97 JMTweeclean LIGHTER !:4.94! W .96 WERE. 2B5O14ounc. register said fictitious provide that lands currently provide that landscurrently !

s.... elottic 68* name under the pro'visions zoned RIC and zoned R1C l{
in Water port or 'Ml cirela, onkievyinwe mdigo-dyed denim. Poly/cotton kmla. chow oFamous Maker I designated by the and designated I
brief plan
few.. Ueck. yella., Sa K >> multicolor of aforesaid by the p
neyl COM lied be. WAS.***' Waatarn ttyted.boy*' we e-18 collar style. .AMI.color,S-18 styling Boy S 10 XL statute. as Residential be plan as

SAVE,., \\] Daniel L Earle, Sr., rezoned to MS. and rezoned to BH, and
POTABLE 4"iM FT. owner. designated light industry designated Highway
l ir GRILL, GARDENHOSE. Dated this 18th day of the property \ of business, the property '
EAST TOAiSEWLX 'i January A.D. l9.! atStartl. L.L. Grant describedas of L.L. Grant.,
RUGGED a .. Florida.1 /18 4tpd follows: 1.2 acres described as follows
VINYL. (J-) )) b 2/8. located 9 miles Southof '.I acres located 9
f Starke on the Northeast mile South of Starkeon
6.88MYLL Af side of Hwy 100 In the Northeast side

WASseeSAS Section 11, Township 8 of Hwy 100 In Section
/% t.OO
\BAY,43\\ N. f't NOTICE OF South Range 22 East 13, Township 1 South
t$OT.POA8COStST GLOBAL"AA"PCNUTB SAVE 1.00 SAVR 10 c ::::;:;:::3 INTENTIONTOREGISTER out of parcel 5552 Range 22 East out of
21-PC.SOCKET SET (Northeast portion ef parcel 5552 (
.HOT = 8.88'AI BATTERIES went >n WERE NAME You are further portion You of parcel)
4PK. aae- 4B-i II4' WJ 1.44Polycon. are further
Section given NOTICE that
970 Pursuant to a given NOTICE that a
.W.1..%'.._drive d/, awMJlr' Salt tncot-Hned vinyl upper, 100H polyeater w/flared .... tope .ki. a choice of 86509 Florida Statutes, copy of said proposed copy of said proposed
WABAts orepe soles. In women'5-10. Popular Colors,mlaae 10-18 color*,styles. Sue 8.M.L. notice is hereby given that ORDINANCE Is available ORDINANCE is available .

LAVE t11 the undersigned Don E.Champioo for your Inspection for your Inspec
tVISTCLOKtrWOUNO 1' P.O. Box 177, at the office of the tion at the office of the
I Starke. Fla. 8'091, and Director of Zoning and Director of Zoning and

ALARM vy Donald R. Wilson/ P.O. Planning Bradford PlanningBradford
CLOCK S 114 Box IS?. Hampton. Fla. County Courthouse. County Courthouse

.9 32044 doing business Starke. FLorlda. Starke, Florida.
iw LAVLUPTp3% under the firm name of Each and every Each and every
TOMA "BRADFORD BATTERIES Person having any Person having any
gA HEALTH A BEAUTY AIDS *' 833 N. Temple Interest whatever In Interest whatever In

Anr '"'1 4 or U'"Ayg'" 7.00 9.00 9.00 Ave? Starke Fla. 32091 the enactment of this the enactment of this
EAGLE TOOLS !.4 SAVE intends to register/ said proposed proposed ORDINANCE .
.G4.iSNAMtL w o fictitious name under the ORDINANCE should
.. should
11 Oz.CAN -AM' 97 e-4 oz.....,SB-UP is 0 MEN'S GARAGE OXFORD MIN'S "P91O"JOGGER MEN'S PENNY LOAFERS provisions of aforesaid appear and be heardat and be heard appear at the

VHTnLCOLOMA Bs.s M t a. dew Info,,.. Tootn,,.,111 lt..r WAI.wtr w ene statute. the time and pUce time and place pre-
Me*a t.nd due pkg file. IICYLUJI' wiar 6.94 S8Smm 4WERE0G" 5.88 Don E. Champion prescribed. .' ,;. scribed.BOARD.
990 Me. auma) oxer, a
po. ecrawevuwr
I.,. mecnemu erewaVtver. BALSAM a 1'RC1.2G vtnyl. with padded. Suede.. peaked collar foam Claaele ityta. rich cordovan Donald R. WII.on.owners. Board of Bradford -... OF BRADFORD .
W Al.1M .sect MN.more S44AMr OO,IS 02. WA13MI aote. Men. 7-1 a. In_'.7.12. 1>>0-.. In_'*Mree '.'2. County Commissioners. COUNTY
I Doted IN*'25th day ofJanua'Y. By Gilbert S. COMMISSIONERS,

{! /" A.D. 1979 at Brown 'Clerk .;"p, :BYtGIIb.rt Brown-

.I 312 W. HAD!ISDN ST. STARKE FLORIDA II Starke, Florida.; /25 4tpd January..ale 1979." ..', .19797 Clerk, January 11,
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v ('.... <:I... leadllllwaatad la ..... Blf kara, 7 ss..., .... .... i*... tf ..enI. -- _. .....1.. ...h. old
Pk... Ckerlee aweer .r.. k.Td aiarlg*!* al IBM I I. JV4 aaU. er' big ... .l..o az PIsa.
;P RO"At ....1.... I/SI s i/a :. 11% Usirs. Pi... OLIN-8 MOBILE DOME: 782 JUJ .ft., ii p It Ilpd \ ,
,tsbg 31SAKERI 14441118 er ...-.HI. I.. SALES. 444M.. 0.. T IIA PMONl .*4.777*

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Reg. Estate Broker ... .. ''T ii'"l1i'E: ? o"M .....
taaklag .Ie. le aerv* POODLE: 4 .**. eld. P....
CLARKE.S SAW SHOP; lap a.'...... ...... Bad .... .. 8..... ell,. Hwy WANTED. ....n. .....I SI441SI. It.... a/I.
Caaiplete haraJBC ..,.- ..rreeedlec *,.... c... Sat. a''..... laity ealppd.mtt ..... ...: ,......W II pick s p.,. -' -- -- SaHtfl.d l customers are the only kind of

vtoe, ...., circaiar ....., ..ra..... el ... drlvaweya laraltare gee with OLIN-8 MOBILE HOME TRACTORi Paid IN, with- -I cuttomir w. want. A satisfied cuilomor means

Looking Forward With PleasureTo blade., chafe. '**>*, leave at ... ,..101.. total ....lrl.. .*.... Large I... large >>rda SALES, l64- 04. 0... 1 U ...... (... caadhtoa. butlnajtt. That U, additional bvf iirau froirl.
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You Supply ..".*l.*. ....* M41411 .* ...... t ... T ,.., .. or one ofltll frlondi. That's .,.. o '.
Assisting .. .
With Your Lake ..'Ie,. T/U tla. M. My all**, eely ad make "
why wt
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Ills TF/..... a/S TF/.kg.. saul I .... Fwl'. P.... wary the customer I I. Ii #
USE THE LAUNDRAMAT .- --------- WANTED USED iia-usi. tiJ 100 percent potltlv that he wanta to sell or buy.Wt .
Real Estate Needs -- - --- SPINET utki ; ., .
.t HWY 100 by tba iliad,. INCOME TAX SERVICE.r KINOILEY LAKE PRO PIANO ..... *.4.*4t*. .- -. - never purposely pressure the client Into .'
way, W* kava ...... dry eellft4 prepare II ,..'". PERTYi Wish SB II. -.... I/SI '1... Ill making decision. Wa want the customer to have '1'1
...*.. sad ....... k.**.. BIO BALE SATURDAY" t.
aid laM ........ 25 teat B. k.vU| te p*,' ...., I. IRS -- - - all the Information which Is available .
.... that he
F. .... ml.. 114 I ..... suit ta Oa-Urep-la or .
Office 782.3931 '"....., .... .... every er eel |slII.
( sa ...k. live, .. ..." Ills. lltkg S/I. TOP CASH PRICE PAID I Brfla H...., Ill I she may make the most Intelligent decision

/ SEPTIC TANK s... i I..., pi.. .. Tti-ani. FOKi C.... Starllac Dealal I f.w.111.. isis .. ......... possible.

2:00: p.m. 7:00 p.m. t TRAP, ...._,.., BMW GREA8 U.... Shirt f..... Ill L... Para, LOCK HOME( with 3 ...]. G.... a.... CF Strap I I...., ....."...*... ll.ka After all, purchase of a home or business Is a
MO ... ... Had I/.. p.....I batka,wRb II a.ra. Jewelry ckala Optical I III.
TRAIL MOTEL ., 431-IOZ2.r.a.aa.ble. .... Fereylk, -- - - .. I.... Carpet. (;H/A. F.... Walrh. Beak. ETC ..1(... .. __ major Investment and should be undertaken onlyafter .
ap. GUM CREEK KENNEL. PUB* T8SS5TT.18 U/." Pheaa ".R. B.Dlataa. t 44250. .. TWO ADJOINING I lit very careful consideration. Call us when you
,........ 3/31 .
HI way 301 North Lawtoy Fla. p U/.q. Gr* .l.a aad keerdlaa.. --.- ..-.'---" U/Z1. TFch.(. ACRE TRACT: L....,. need to buy. or sell.
-5-- B :* t. ftt.rk. Pk... 14in MUKILrJ: IIUlllt.It Why pay II..... ...*. ....10. ...kl
WILL KEEP CHILDREN *. i/ii TP/ sbg.PAMYRITTINO Ire. *%" dews, ..... lli.xl.i. 1040 Plnebreeia Dr. 3 BR IB CH&A
Home 782.3896 IN MY HOME: Lew ...... ..,..? B., direct 1 Classified"' $715-fill. J.a I/I fukf 137,500.
..a take te .eke.l. Call 414- ------ -- ---- f....,. Large BakMtlea .1 I/S. 120A farmland owner financed 1138,000.

Inl. L1... I. ., k... S4.l4.IIwldaa. STARKE 4 BR IB Brick SA furnished
H.pklaa. It.. S47.JOO.
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a/i. It! tkr.ifk F. tIS 301 Ads Get :
p..(., I.f..... Pheeeint. ,.<. HOME CENTER. VACUUM CLEANERS Brooker Nearly nw home 128,500.
-- -- -- - Nertk.. t ........ I '.8 .
i/ii TF I.. Opa KIrby aaa r 4 vllk. attack A frame U'' A Bessent Rd (42,000.
INCOME' TAXES. Saaday. P..... 1848741.Utkg. ResultsREVEREND ...... ... ..*. Klrkr.r ...
Philip W. Clark iii: FLO2ftAHDnEALT PREPARE t L.e.Uy ..... -. .......*. KI,.,. All p.I... Keystone Kings Rd beautiful home 118,000.
... ......... Wa ... 1301 Searing: BR 2 B CH A
are pre- BULLDOZE. la > ll. Al |.11/1.11.. A 137,250
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REALTOB ,...1..11 ...1... ... 'He "Oo ,
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Nartk 301, 644
lt. a/I Rd.
? 100 E House trailer .
B KEYSTONE .....1..... .. !I..... ..> waver. ............ I >J. ." tlpd I/I commercial garage

U HEIGHTS ..... ....11.. ",.,""1... Our .ff... .. sad. levalta P.... ...... J\'M\' sct11"'N' O' S: t : 14',120.
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UI I'll.' .T..,1. A... .,.. tk. ..U.. veer te assist Marti ...-.130. .,/*" "'u,,,,", .. . P. .. I ,, ,t"eh.J..Q1I. : Ocala block home 418 Lake St. $27,500.
OHIt. 1904\1473-4700 ,... Hear, I .. T M... this ..... ,,,. -. .. .. .. SHELL MOUSE 'II' let 717 W Call St. -a BR'lovely Interiors129,000.' .
Sits $usday kv B LL'S SAW SHOPs Cee,. I. .. ISIS .... It.. a RR. I I.. .
E.104*....fe a IR, I with. utility OM.l' '" ..... 1..0.81 arSI44IST. 403 Plnewood great rooms 131,800.
( ))4714037L..k. RIdE .,.. f..... ,... laal $ERVICE.iOPI.W*at. MAW ,N Sad TAX"'., 'plat* ....r.....>f ....."'., LOANS BY PHONE H...- JEAN. I/I Sl.hg. 3/I. Rd. 230 Brick 3 B R 2 B 535000.
.. ... clrtaler bead, carbide. -..... yen atay %...., lara
alkkrk Lk Mush.,. Pkee. 455.3574 Evaagll.i, ... k.. ....1.II. _..- - -- 13 A. 301 A Rd. .
... tar lew .. alt. ,..... Bewer Made ..U.. .... .. 15,000 .r Mere ea ..* .... I.. 141*. t .. Morgan 139.000.
---- --- -- ILar.. white ..... ...1.' ILLUSTRATED ..........
key with. ewa*r I BR brIck. .. ..Uor .... .... ifue.i. ) 1/1 4itk< a/aa. frewad sad .....*... L.... ,.. ...1.., ,. year ...., ..*..*.*., *ad ..1.*.*.' ...........".., G... N.wiRlkki. 10 A Crlffls Loop 115,000.
'.....I..? Cal ai ...., tI. II.. .1 ally. .. I I It ...*.. .., ... .. ,. .. at Jackeeai ........, Supply t Aapllcatlaa takea .y p..... ...., .* .plrlla.l ........ P.bll.h.4 ky ... Pratt Christian St. 2 houses $24,000.
I...... .1... ... II...... ---- --- -- --- -i S...... or Keyetea* H.I."". W in .... buy BBlatiac ..n. aid .*.*.(.* .,..,*... Will A..I... likl.. $..l.y. SIe.eb. 1308 Pratt :3 BR 2 B CH 8 A Corner lot $45.000.
.la ... K.,..... H.l.kl. 4 ......., trail ....., a i' (t 'i (" ''''''1 ..,..... fane al "Ioc..."W lUUm J, Irate I., Sl.ter AU..Ckll4r LlvlaiIblo. Duplex SI. 15500. Owner fin.
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hlU : Tri... Llc. MartgageBreker II 4.lrd. ..
504.5745. a/I
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bath ea large ,... I... .; .
... ., J Rt I. Be. 40, P.... 7123901. I., ..,...*. 4lckfl Sta.NIAGARA.. 314 N. Temple apartments 70000.
NO QUALIPVINO Ol ---- ------- '" "' '''' LOSE WEIGHT .11* ... H..I" 1" ... 3O4d Phone u... 114 a/S. PinebreexeBrlck3: BR IVi B 27000.
8a.ll e.alty. .. .l CUSTOM MADE: UM with ]XII "1.. Pla. -- -- -
CLOSING COSTS wit. ealarge 4M-164Z II 14 TV... ..
( -- - Walnut home with
this. .... S ........ ..... I etery ..... DRAPERIES F.raJtvre 3.90 REDUCE Eu... CYCLO. large 4 furnished apts.
fl.... wIth ]I -..1. I*.1'. -------- OUTSIDE COLLECTOR MAIHAflE ..... ebslr., 321 Temple store apt. 27500.
i. (eed rctldeell.1 ar... --------- -- .. fleer ...*'1..*. Ire*
Beak .
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fimUy ,..., .... ......*.. ..t....,.* at year ..... K...'. Urea; 81.rk.. I/I > . . ,. .. .. .*(**...all.,. Pk.I..a.. write, 1'11 N.W.ltik aatt.i .sell llrlv....
u...... ... ........ 0.1.. *... ak.p. ... SAW EaUrprl Ed ., Iliad 4/ft. ,. I 4710.. Itckg ,", Ual.llla. 71.IfTt. $.l.s! Lucille Conner Spry Associate 44-8420
41.1.( .... i..Us.itsr. kldg., a* .. SOI I. Lane .... sTit PAINTINGi Fact.aeeday I aad .
Ste. 494-X219. >*rl I/ZS d
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... ....... ,,. : Oi;: Associate 473-144
9/14 Uacka earvice. ,See tdh R Charles Thomas
Rudy at ;
) ; !!', I LIVE-IN BABYSITTER -- -- --- ---

SMALL DOWNPAVMENT Pl.... sail -8. Walde Flu Market.. Friday.Sal. \ .. .. .. WANTED: Yeaag *.1...... NURSERY STOCK kra>

AND SMALL V.ral P. 04.., ...k... a I BA HOME. : llvlag ., 8....', H.....'. Tr.' 'HOUSE FOR KENT kd- Salary aid alas ..... P.... raH >...... P*..k, p>*r, ...
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PRICE TAG 011.... wll GRI ...-(..,.. "** dlalag ch|. 1 baths. CH/A I Sill 444411.. 1/11 .|p4 a/IS. '"''., p.1.1..... .ppl, .
klttkea, I.. *,
large **
this: s....., ..... f.. Flenda, .
aadicra P..rl ..... plus *ll* d.psslt, - - grapes ltra* FiiIiicLawrence
Asdrsws SI4-77at ** ** prck. N.p.nals
el I..., .11.,0**. : LADY WANTED III, ..
t 4I
L.G. Doll *447itl.BTARKEt 1u..e .. aad, ALCOHOLICS ANONY. ....* 44SS7. a/I TF/.kg. klp 555Y I
..., eat .la ...! .....*.*. Will I ..sIliai4 .* l14" ap
LOW EQUITY AND Ei rg..IUt** Ut.l.clag. labs. MOCSi P.... 4-SUS ., ---- -- .--4- Irate f.. ........1.1 .ed *.!. E....,....., k..|. pU.uba4 .
'MOTIVATED t.dltl4.c.i tJlI4-65A ....... ... .
SELLEI a-ii4i, U.Ic. OFFICE AND dr Llvlag .....> > llaw.rlai tr... 4733254I.ITTI.K
..k.. this.. attractive I atckg t/aa. WAREHOUSE *. ...1... II d*...... ..... Pall.d. ...... sad k.ala. I
ere parcel al IIOJIO. SEWING MACHINES Sias aad IllS. Pkeae ;:4- III..".. itpd a/i. ka.k.l..11..1..1.. ... "... .
gntuJ21. REPAIREDi All ..... Sail .. ....1111. a/I - -. ._ .. tare: N.....,. 21 .ll.. - -- ---------- I

GENEVA LAKEESTATE..I. r.IrmriBEST: : i .i : \ : cl....... elled .......J...... T F/.... UK .1 Kl.rke. se Hwy ion al I
.. baud. / Kl.r.k.M. .. Pk.a. 1.019. : I.ln'Ii'" IK A".... 4.It *rr... t
I.( I... ........ a4 lew a. n. W.rk naratd. Jan..* --------- rrrTMOVING: ? '"5. t/l 4lck( :/U. m.kll km.. I ..... sad ..*.*.. kalMlag.. (

7000. Banalag. 11 l>4 Slrieklaad.eeraer.. Mr .. ON KINOSLEY LAKE. I ; -- -.- -- .. ,..10. ........ with ..*.!. JJ.SHll |wlll .pill .1.|
> 110 with will .. SR 130.APPROXIMArELV PART & .. Jab la* aad Hwy 18. d/.... BR ...... ,laratokcd. Y.., l 100 RALEH OP HAY .liar -. -.

FIRST TIME OFFERED 1..1 ......1.. $5200. Anrrlca, High. School. ..... ....... *,,"...,. aad 15.el. BALE ... aad, ,.... *l IS p.r ..1.. Pile. I.RIF: :> A(.RIH:) .11.1..11..1.. .* let with I....
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a ir 4 re.ld.atlal -- -- .... I.... t5i n.. 1 REMODELING. BUILDING I r. W.C. klldra'. .Isth.s. T. ., /JS TrI. press lr.... lty .*.*,. ".So*,
I. eae .1 ear ..... .....- 10 .... ,. .Ira. T...*..., S13-IKI. a/I '
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be....... .. ACRES ON 8R WU- .. .
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... .. ... ... R.... lUG ..... Service ..roo.. b.gio at last hatki familyreeaM. -----.J-J-. ..., lsthes. '.,.., >il...|- FIREWOOOi Hilt .... al \t'RtGt: : 14 *.r.. arar H.aipiea l.k. .rtl.llj
.. g 4 ,.. p.r raak ..Id. Fartkar lala.. Brkk black, ... !r. ...... till E. C.ll 8....., pi... $1S. Has ...d .1 p.... .1....... pla.. ... ..k.. Sia.VUO.
tl. 5.10' -- ----- -- Reeralter Calvla ...te. Fireplace ........... 'COMMERCIAL BUILDING Sl.rk. Pk**. ar a..k. III. Alas ..... .....

LOOK TO THE FUTURE HALF ACRE Varae isaiah. Stark' CraWe c..*.......... phaaw I., I.*... 100 .... f.. aalldlagInatlag a/S, I.. ..... r.... 144110.
HOMESITEi LAKE SOS busch .1 301. .11. I ... Ill ll.k a5.
.leh. Ikl. 100' .......1.1 HAMPTON OAKS .II... Ar.... 1-004-964-5320 er 473-2108 ., 471-2578. US (
I4l lr ...B bu.laea.. Call _
Ir...... ea Hlgkway 11. H.itk .1 Stark. U. O. 431.1421. It/18 .... TF I.q. TRUCKLOAD PLANTSALE r ------ --- FOR SALE !
....7144 f.. ,. llpd. tit.
8.500. ... ... .. ) Wkl.l. ......>,. FILL DIRT lap ..u.
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IN KEYSTONEs Price. : ------ ---..,. Friday. .ad S.....*,, 1511 I .......&I... sad yard. 55 Gal. [
Jut BKADFORb ... E. C.ll Ntr..., Sl.rk..
DOWNPAYMENT: .......: ........ ..I.... tBR '{"? t" UNFURNISHED tkr k III.Ii' lltkg I Mirth, '....5230.
REDUCED TO II.'" ... f'it" i TANK SERVICE Bradford '5.., I IU. NerlkCUrk.
...., will II..... this I a RA .h.... Great ..,. ,, f., .Irc: ... .. reaUeBllal ....>...... __. ....... M.alklr .... II 40 TF/... liIIulllI ( :. I'curtoii Metal Ink Drums t\

b.d...., f.... .... with. 114.000. CanmerelaJ .... Iwdaatrtal.Fully t.l. ...... .*.-,... Itpd FTi i 04T-W-*;;;.;.;,li .EXCELLENT KKVI.IOKiv: $ Ea.TELEGRAPH \
.. .... al I.... Large. -- --------- LAND FOR RENT: II a/s. with 4J kp Evlar4 ....,, QUALITY 5 .
........ ...... (..... I......'.. I. ...*.. \I.... Cevaty, 414- ..aa aed. P...* f848121. ''w .ad ...11... 11.30 Pka, HAYi Ralaad. S..... P.....
icl.a.d al 41S.SOO. ..all atreage large nil s/i atckg a/i. etuehIGCNERAL KITCHENETTEBl BR.V 4)1-1733. lpd $I. ....13145. 1/25 lipd 1/12. 1.\"' '\ HOHII \' .
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) h*.... !ak. .' (Isis_-"N.lgkkerk4W" MO.'J''t: I1lM't'PjU fi" !f'.V'; ,HWORKIIf'.r.! ...... 'de'bujlag. .UlltI"..............." ..WSs91pM u14 ..., PL."NJll ..,,1.ooNAi.. "' 1... \.... '. 1' ,: .l' ;9))
>Prtt1< W s.hIP'4aIt.p'at. MACHINE .hery .I..h ....-..... 'S, 1/. )' ttr..1Hwr k
..I.. ..... Ne cklldr.a. arp. paaallac 'alCaraU.a. ... : wllk. c.kl.M. '11,50 apt 4....... IiIis., 50 no Fida'
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ClassifiedAds I4 I. 1 V> ..nlhlsg'I. "p.4I084.10il'* II' T..I. Av... H....... api krr>........., 984-6305
IIHOWC"SEPROPE.TIES .. ,... silica *a Hwy II ,...- dF.g Phase .*4-.U57. a/S 4tpd alt"r II ..*.. llpd a/S. SO ..... ....., Mr. ..P.
: ....10.. Rd. 1123 .*.. lust '". -- -- -- -- ,..... "4'.tia. i/is Jtpd 3 BR a Ila'CIIAA4isua.
Get REALTORS.INC. ... last I. ......... P.... .. GARAGE SALE ,: 118. b.m and I BR .....1 ;4P V
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471-4991 ia30l.. a/S .,..h.. Frldar/Salarday. laraltar, .D Brynti
r' oo' '' ; DUPLEX APARTMENT *..t.. uackla. hssssb.ld. I i H-A FOR-SALE:" r'io ..i;.' .r.. la..d-al kaildla Ralph
Results- - -- AR.t .J 'K'$! aa Klagly L.... P.,. I..... .10...... lie M.ll.a, .. press a mull lr...-
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WE'RE THE a Lube r. Batlvrt 10 lrn t4ltl.. dy e* ....n.. -- - -- TFI.... tit..... 1."..., .... lal.awl.r 2W VT*..plAv..
..1.*.. 1124 .*.. ,just* aside. .FORD..*Uat PICK-UPt raaalag ....lITt.....,. eve.. 8/1 TF/.... v MONTGOMERY WARD t _'_ -? .? :.. HH I B*,I1I.IJO te.k.. 1..

B.k.r C*. II.* *a ('I..*..* SIlO. AI... ...par lap.itra ----- -- -- UPRIGHT Ire.ser.ilh. .... LIMERUCKi AU. Tartar.. Km*., D6487HRtllllr &

NEIGHBORHOODPROFESSIONALS D.... Rd. .. B.P. ".It.'. klgk.' full >l... 111*. NICELY FURNISHED ... II*i. P.... (...I58C. Ilydvs. 1 L..,. P..... 782-J171
,... Call aj .4471. a/l Flame .!...IU.III TF/.kg.I9 .*..**. ....t...., atllltl* \...I'i.*>**t I. .,.. .....|
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tlaikgTRAILERi. laral.had. .,..... eatraa**. weekday p. er (irrg.. I...* wish. ... .
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....1.... er ..,...I..... .... *7>0 *r best. site", ...1,. lakre. S03 E... J.M. Edward.. ..< (It, .' '" .
Nor' W..I..... .'.1.... P.... 114 1441 ..*..*,* w..I..... A.... 1tf, .kg. Htark. ..... .UIt.I/8 ..AlitA- It A rcaatata" 4 .<... a upb..uIil.u.k. | ORIAMI'
Ontu ..tor asS ...., laral.k.4. .ii.r i3o.. a/i I.... a/is. RRADFOIIDVILtbGEAPTS.t ; Sepd a/is higMy ........... Ph... 4M71. >| nIp ..sut.S'psv.dlC.aIh.'SIIIllO lm *.,lar a l 1..1 l I

sloe ... Call 4......,. a/I - --- -- --.- - - Uushg.WATSON'S. ,." ae r.-.. ....... 4 hub ...* 5*
llackg.1SB.1BA. Ills MONIAi AM/FM I BR, ...... .... FIREWOOD FOR SALE. .I.r.s. IS ....1..1. lra.*d *...*.
r.4l.*. S ....k tape, AC, .1.....*. AC. ......, ..... Cal Iran lrpella I.....
nrf21 -- --- - .. Ilk. ...... ..,... ,.U.. ...-*.".., HOUSE OF IBH4
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HOME IN KHAaUshls vr P.... .I4 6I7. a/I 3tp4 VACUUMS. H.. ........ .. 'ta ..i.. '#.. ..g 'ftR" Pkea. 4II-ISII. ..k l.r Mr. ...kl' lit W. '" .....I... M ...
I for vlwlag F... ........ Itpd a/I. '... .". ...1. ai la eall a/aa .aw ......*. U..' .145.... 21.0ilo." He.dair. IF' ..,''..: RICHtOHI.r.T -
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S. .lrl. air ALMAUkTM .11. .. *.... .1... .... IN lilt noil, 20 11.:1I: H .. i i *....
ROBERTS .....hl...... ....../d.'.' ,...1.. ..adlllea. aside m. allv gr..*. 3 ,.... ...Id.E ...... yUai.. 494 N.W.. li%.mill *r 30 ...*. ,la plpnd. ".111111. *11'"7
It...-.,, n.....', ,*.... slush ...'1... .. .'80. EMUIeacle.. f..I...... ...U... .**.Itl... 1100 lOtk ,A..... GalaetTllle. ... ..U! a.psk' ,
r.rdi paved. lrlt. allllty ..... .".1''' alter I ... 'Weakly er ...u.Jr.. UI3 N. .... aw ..U I.. tat*. P..... 171-7 1 10. "/.q. l 11a''lr> R4 S4HniHI. >So now, > Pa :A"* MIT4 !
Real Estate .>.*... '::150 pr .*.. filet aid ...k..... ..... a/I. <'1',1. A..., S'a,.., P.... l.4 1717. *itr S p... \ I. An sinus I.uslssu.lIf'i .

..lust ... la .d..... pla, SIOO -- --- -- TFeti.TWO > iipd 2S.TRAVEL. SIGN PAINTING Fart, IIIO sine ...... .ppr*. 1011
964-7828 ....ft P.... 4JI1114. GMC TWO TON ISII aw .. .. .,.... .
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.It.r I p... a/I llackg.MAINKS ilr.., ness ..... ......5.I- A'ARTMENT8f1T.- TRAILER, "11.a W..... Flea H.".,. Friday, pl.nt.d' ,...... AC lad wesse krlp. ,... HKkalldlax

986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. .. .., . ""I A..... 4... Sal... K.,. .*..*.... ......I..Jt, T ,. $ It.. AC '.1.... k......, Sat. S.... H....'. TFptktt. i>.....d..ld.d. ky 'I..d
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GEORGE ROBERTSBroker ,"'' Da .
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IVStRAMk.AGK 4J.7S5. A'... A.t Riles.K.pste. Ii..'. *600.ll ...... .*. BaadyMu. II.. .. .5r5 .. .11. tsrh.
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Balkr. 4H1.31111.! 4734479. 1 1C kg a/S. I aaald ....Ie., weekly. ... .4 ("b., I III '... .I.WB TFlc..... Iftl.I'I'A WrrKIMISHhea : :: ..! H.dr..... S full
Associates loki Service J_ _______ __-gJ |...lbly. H.....,... a.4 sloe, .raa* g.d. 11.: -Mh h..... huh If. ... ."...
Caw>pl ( DODGE 3/4 TON PICKUP I lemuge avallakle. Uadar- PATIO COVERS 10sM 14.15 t K. ., I I.... ,....t.

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