Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
March 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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I Janlcf Juckrl won (the blggeM prlatf al he County Science fair with tier pliototfraphrc study of a volleyball servt.'lUlslsvlriH'c ..J.,

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{i [, ,Overturning A a unanimous decisionOf ty precaution as directed by the Stale screened by shrubbery and the retail
its Planning and Zoning Commission Fire Marshal." store will be an asset to the area."
the Starke City Council Tuesday
night voted 3-2 to rezone property on Slade's .attorney. Jesse Wolbert. P.T. Wright Jr., a resident of Brad-
US. OI North from RMI to 1.2 aid "We honestly feel that this will ford Trailer Park, spoke for the
(cgflJ\erallndustrlaU as a location for >be the best and safest solution for the opposition forces stating that when
Slade Transport's proposed new' LP people,of Starker The tanks will be See Page G).
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rr tir the vote came' after a surprise
''development at the opening of the .
meeting when City Clerk Merrill Ed- Zippy MmkSuspects ,
,wards read a 'letter from 7,11. Slade
rAA Dwayne 'Italdwln accepts the' Rest withdrawing the application for ,
Biological Science award from retuning a South ; 'between
Science Fair Director Jerry McCrlffat Hardee's and Lafayette Street.
r Tuesday night'. award ceremony<< No reason was given for the with to Face JuryIn

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t *his action limited Tuesday night's .
wyA'i hearing to consideration of the North Stark
?4ik 301 location, between Sapp Street and .Next'Wee1t-
Bradford Motel and Trailer Park. ,

j ,AAhft: almost tftohour* of dlBAWSsJorOufiM. .--*Suspects.. 1..oi1.e of the,:mosi IraglcUhomicide ,,K.ltospUalw 1n./3aUtrotvWa:..kicchaine.. ,
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Fulr .rnlrunlx Jllllh' JCK'kl'I. UmiK Reddish and Nelson Green F-ebruary 20 Zoning Board hearing modern history, the Zippy Mart double passing mptorlst in a wooded area
huck III the tamers ) lmiserse with, II Jtf"lK SilcoX:,moved the rezoning be next week in the most notable of six the murderers and shot five times.
granted on the property. adver- cases to appear before Circuit Court The October grand Jury indictmentalso
Jockel Wins AwardAt i tised. Councilman Wilbur Waters Judge Osee R. Fagan. Included charges of kidnaping
Top seconded and the vote was Silcox, Robert Hinson, 40, and Kenneth and robbery.
Waters, and Chairman Joe Warren Griffin, 33, both of Gainesville, were Lawyers Michael Bryant and
for yawning; Harold Eppe and Ted. arrested Sept IS, 1978. and a Brad- Leonard Ireland,representing Hinson
Oglesby against. ford County Grand Jury indicted the and Griffin, are scheduled to present
BHS 'Science Fair In an opening statement as the two raen on two counts each of first several pre-trial motions to Judge
degree murder on Oct. 30, 1978. Fagan today, March 8. According to
hearing under way plant owner
got Hinson who was captured at his
the the motions will .deal
The annual Bradford SchoolwithJaniceJockelBetsy k Slade said he would like to make a lawyers
County High Gainesville home after a 14-hour with the selection of ,
jurors request
Science Fair was held Tuesday and Yawn, and Dwayne Baldwin winning l change of location although the most surveillance by Alachua County In to out-of-
Wednesday, March 6-7, at Bradford 'he top awards and 23 other BUS i inexpensive thing for him to do wouldbe Sheriff's Deputies Bradford Deputy delays town witnesses'sentencing testimony; permit if there are
students winning to the Regional to recondition the plant near Brad-
Don Denton, State's Attorney In- convictions, request increases In
Science Fair with their ford which partially burned
projects. Square
vestigator Wiley Clark Is being held of
challenges jurors
,last December 12 and stay where he
Miss Jockeys project entitled "A that all in Bradford County Jaiiwithout bond. publicity, and ask for dismissal of
vEiuun prier was. He stressed, however, Griffin is time at Florida
a V Cinematographical Analysis of the the hew safety features recently serving charges on technical grounds.
State Prison for violation of
Power Arm of an Accomplished parole on
developed for gas storage a manslaughter charge. After jury selection Monday, other
Server in the Floater Volleyball old site
'could not be installed at the '
Serve" won the Best Over-All trophy The men are charged with the cases to come before. the courts the
said thatSawyerSlade
In.tht: field of some 70 entries. Miss due to lake of space He also like murders of Glen Caveli Lundgren, 19, week of March 12-17 include 19-year-
would to
Yawn won the Best Physical Science Gas Co. and Keith Klrchaine 18, both of old Terry Joe Stafford of Alachua,
project::award with her study titled t I, erect a new retail store on the front of Hampton,, in. the Zippy Mart convenience charged with two counts of sexual
., "Does Pythagoras Rule Hold True the North 301 property, and that they store at the corner of State battery and one count of kidnaping. A
3 'forWarious Similar Shapes Attached would not do so unless they con Road 18 and U.S. 301 on Sept. 11, 1975. 16-year-old Brooker youth is facingthe

.; .. Triangle. Baldwin was the winner of During Tumday'afternoon's judgIng '"'"The new plant would be safer than found unconcious on the floor at 1 of a 14-year-old Brooker girl. '
_.' the Best Biological Science award for Milan students were quizzed by 90 percent of gas storage plants in ''a.m.,by a truck driver. The youth had 34-year-old James Beam of Starke
'his project,entitled"Maximum Conditioned Judges whopassed among the projects Florida'Slade said. The plan will Include been shot once behind the right ear Is charged with attempted escape, as
Response in Planaria". Jana Godwin fielded questions a water-sprlnkJlnlsystem over with a .22 calibre pistol, and died two is 22-year-old Wesley Johnson of
by, a Gainesville KiisUide Instructoron / the bottle-filling area, and every aafeBefore hours later at hands Teaching Starke.
., '. ''What I was doing was studying the ,her: biorythm project ofi'.., s
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: .. ""r -fftiThuriiaW,>March S volleyball server by charting pictures -
," explained.Janice, 'a I -year, Legal Groundwork Laid
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,:" .. Bradford-. Middlo MUTING: <'' old junior,."pictures,of the serve like
:r, .. PTO this could help a coach who couldn't .
7:30".m. observe It'so closely' without ;a .

camera, like I noticed a loop In''
Friday,March* Cecilia's arm motion (Cecilia Infantewas.
lowtoyDlido Youth ,. her subject that '.couldn't. see 1K jY, ?r County Housing AuthorityDuval

,, DISCO DANCI without the pictures. ,
:"t"/ II Cofotorla A sequence of dots on a graph

- 7. ,..m. ., represented wrist .elbow, and:' firing back at a recent Dade and Orange counties all be issued for the purpose of'providing
;tr:: ': ', 71 AdmlulonFildaytiSauird.r shoulder position of the server In the Gainesville Sun editorial which. pending constitutional approval olthe funds for the BC Housing Finance

. i study Janice said she worked on since .blasted the Bradford-Union Guidance system by Florida's government.Allen Authority to finance mortgage loans
the first week of January after gettingthe Clinic (see separate story) the Brad- said 'a lot of governmental and on single family residences or two-to-
:'M:'::: '. 'niA MARKET idea from' physics teacher, Grover ford County Commission paved legal financial experts are confident it will four family residences in the County
'1-:'''' a.m.-' Until... Howard. ground for a Housing Finance .be okayed. for persona.or families of moderate
',: Old DoVan Building '"I almost ran 'out of time at the; Authority of Bradford County among. A preliminary official statement middle, or lower .income and. to
.' Oft Call Slr..f ; end. she admitted actions in Its Monday morning Submitted by Allen said "Bonds will (See Page 5)"' '
br "The real project I'm doing will lie'next March meeting
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Stork Wo...."'*Club year when .compare a beglni The housing authority was discussed -
'., \ ..'" ner's servo with an experienced BUS Junior Betsy Yawn ''won lie inr detail at a January meeting of Car Careens Through City I
Saturday,March 1"CAB 'pla er's serve." said the Science: Best Physical Science Award for her county officials and officials from the
Fair's, top prize winner project on thalora'. Rule various lending institutions In Bradford
.. WASH.j.AtMtDonald' Betsy Yawn did a mathematical who under the plan will get Three Starke car owners must have driver to lose control, which sent the
"'. i study of whether Pythagora's rule Dv. vne will: be going, to the money! from the housing authority at been wondering what hit them Tuesday truck Into the oncoming flow of traffic
:; .,oaiarod by would bold true if: other shapes Regior. Science Fair,for the fourth interest rates lower than standard ,March 8, as three vehicles were until it came to rest on the opposite
r Un". besides squares were attached to the time ,wit.. his latest project, He.won and In-turn pass favorable lending : the same wreckless curb. The driver of the truck Roy
.<< 'right triangle.Just as she bypot eeiz- the pest Physical Science award for rates along to' prospective borne driver over course of the evening. Louis Samson of Metros! received
'$Saturday"Sunday edit did hold true. the eountyrJunior) division as a owners. The program would thus minor Injuries.Reports say Underhill ; j
'. COA D TRAINING "1 started researching In freshman and has won trip to every allow local lending institutions to It all began around 7 call p.m.from, when the then left the scene. '

;. National Guard Armory February" said the 15-year-old regional event since. make 'a normal profit while promoting Starke Randy-Way-police convenience received: store on W. A little later on. Underhill reportedly ..

' '"con. IdwordIo.d Junior scholar, "making the This year he tried scientifically house-building among Brownies St sayir that a man had was beading east on South SG when '
; residents he struck Volkswagen knockedIt
I.. residents a van,
.. backboard for was very teach the minute organisms to make or prospective t beer. Starke
my project stolen a
*. Just six-pack*
o.doy.,March J who might otherwise not be able to af into parked car, and again left the
<;time-consuming and there I had to do ,' their way through a small mate. His police investigated, but could not
;;,+,> iuAC MUTING a lot of calculations and derivations. of conclusion: "Pl llarla are not very ford the mortgage loans say officials. locate the man Immediately, scene. The van's driver Robert
The board unanimously passed an Henry Suiter of Hampton,was not injured
.. 1130 p.m.Afsunchln.Acra. formulas." bright. What they do learn
. .( This was Betsy's third science fair very easily. they forget ordinance creating the authority According to police reports, and the parked car waa ownedy
\L She won a first place ribbon in last Monday after short comments from Richard Lee Underhill 18, of Starke. Leslie Nugent,a South SL redden
,. ;' Courtesy of year's fair and a second pace ribbon Science Fair Director Jerry county attorney Dudley Hardy and went en a rampage BO to speak, Underbill was apprehended and arrested
McGriff 'presented the awards .to and and PU. about midnight and
Glen Allen, vice-president before Starke Lt.Lane Sibley was
freshman both times to the .
as a going '
'V: JACKS*BUILDING '. ..Regumdl ScienceFair: every winner down to> honorable mention treasurer.of FischerJohnson, Allen Chuck Lessure arrested him near with 2 counts each'r
rr awards at Tuesday! ,.night's Burke Inc. the securities and Crystal Lake on State Road 100 care driving and leaving the

,,S mY of Starke Baldwin' project dealt with awards ceremony, municipal bonds specialists who art around midnight.Underbill scene of ap accident,, plus a petty, .
"finding out how much Information : "It was a good fair we had about 70 managing the Bradford. Countyauthority reportedly beaded east on larceny charge 'stemming from the'
.;:fMwyaot; e. r- 9e4-e07e planaria can learn and how' long they projects this year and we normally organisation and bond Is- Weldoa SI upon leaving the convenience six-pack theft.
;, .,.tv". H.lgh. ''can remember" it." explained xthe have' maybe 80 or 60 so the qua. quantity ,suance. The St. Petersburg-based store lid made a right turn at He Is now in Bradford County Jail, t
Hwy tOO And 81A i7-year-oldsenior,, -Science Fair"veteran. was {bcre ">McCrUi, said, after the ..cempcny: has already helped create' : an unknown: speed unto u.- S, 801. while his' rn,
such authorities In Polk, pickup truck.orclng the custody,
473-4973 (See page X) housing striking *
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Commission Praises B-U Clinic f A 7

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If Bradford County Commissioner Said the editorial "So lax are those boards in Florida or' what..but J jo Clinic Issued bY the District III
Hazel Paulk't feelings are to be usedas policies (the clinic's) that it make no know that the executive board of,the Board, the result of an Investigation
a gauge the Gainesville Sun's difference if allegations against Dr. State Association of County CoratuA- by that board. The staff report, as
editorial writers haven't taken a Lennon are accurate. Without loners (SACC) voted to do away with well as the editorial cites the clinic
course on 'How to win friends and Influence policies, there can be no wrongdoing. every one of them. It'. going to come for 'jealously guarding its autonomy,
people.' ." The editorial went on to say that up before the whole SACC body now failing to establish policies tolerating
In the Monday March 5,meeting of State Whltworth's and all I can say Is there must be nepotism,' and, in the words of the
the Bradford County Commissioners office 'has been into privateuse some awful unrest If the county commissioners Sun editorial only allowing a 'cozy
Mrs. Paulk harshly criticized tb.ThursdaYbMarCb of a vehicle lease with public want to do away with all 10 sweetheart arrangement which permits
1. editorial which money treatment of a private patient of them!I" the executive director to be as
III Mental Health In the public clinic dispensation of "If the other counties have to put up swashbuckling as he wants: Students talked about their projects, the Judges, and wondered aloud who
Board in Gainesville was belatedly tax-paid drugs for the same private with such editorials, I can understand District III planner Hess stressedthe would win at the 197 Bradford Science Fair.
'shedding the thorn it festers.' Thai patient and a $1,800 payment by that It..Dr. Lennon and his staff can't district board supported the local ,
thorn according to the editorial is patient.' function with this of thing and clinic and Lennon agreed that the I
the Bradford Union Guidance Clinic The B-U Clinic however was we're (the ) not goIng clinic had been given district support
a private corporation indirectly funded cleared Jan. 29 by the State At to be able to function as a local after Mrs. Paulk challenged the statement more Science Fair from page one
by the District Mental Health torney's office of any wrongdoing but unit with such as this" Mrs. Paulk
Board, which has been the subject of corrective measure were added waving a copy of the editorial l Hess continued, "I want to say that presentation "and the overall quality be Made on an Unstable Surface",
much controversy in recent months cording to the Jan. 29 press release. Mrs. Paulk was recently appointed M? the editorial caused the district board .Bight have been a little better though Chub Johnson "Can You Predict
Apparently the means of sheddingthe Said Mrs.Paulk "I'm real proud of the clinic board of directors upon the' much distress: too. its hard to compare different year Freezes and Strawberry& Production
clinic referred to in the editorial our local unit, and if It's as bad as the resignation of Maxie Carter. Jr., came out our director responded with each other." '?", Vickie Carver Do Water
the recent announcement of a split of Sun said I'm sure the state attorney Bradford County Commission chair mediately with a letter in answer The 28 top award winners (the three Softeners Affect Blood Pressure",
the 10-county service area now under would have found It." man. ; which up to this point has not been above eight other first place winners Danny Hlldebran "Do Low
North Central Florida Community Mrs. Paulk continued "I don't Most of the criticisms In the printed. We do not know where the Information and 19 second place ribbon winners) ,Temperatures Affect .the Action of
Mental Health Center. With Increased know whether there's some Internal editorial were Identical to those found for the editorial. came will be entered in the Regional Muscles and Nerves?", Kathy
population given as the reason for the fighting among the 10 mental health In a 10-page staff report on the BUr from and we had no Idea the editorial Science Fair to be held Thursday and Henderson "The Effect of Thyrolaron
split the newly.formed.North Florida would be coming out Thurs Friday March 22-23 at Lake City a Rat's Thyroid", Todd Asnline -
Community Mental Health Center day."(District III Executive Director Community College. "Which Angle Setting Promotes the
will have jurisdiction over Bradfordand Don Walsh did in fact, have his letter First place winners and their proJect Greatest Temperature from Northern
Union Counties when the plan I.put la Dist. Direct<*<> Respondsbeen printed in the Tuesday March 6, edition. titles were: Florida's Solar Collectors?". Cathy
Into effect The District III Board See related article.) Charlene Beam "Does Colored Grider "A Study of Light Pollution in
has a contract with North Central The District III Mental Health on the drawing boards since fall Site said although appeared otherwise Light Have any Effect. on the the Starke Area .
Florida who In turn has a contract Board did not allow the GainesvilleSun of 1977. 'long before the (B-U Clinic) the district board was trying to chlorophyll In Plants William Third place winners are:
with B-U Guidance Clinic. The six Editorial to stand without rebut. controversy.? help the B-U clinic. "We recieved a lot. Chastaln "Zeamays-var. Everta Regina McIntosh Alan Ashline
counties that will be served by the tal, and a letter from District III Ex Walsh stressed the District. III of pressure from state senators, from An analysis", Marcia Goodge"What Beth Starner Debra Griffis DavidBaldwlnJ.
newly-formed North Florida Health ecutive Director Don Walsh appearedon board has no 1 off' any the state attorney's office and from are the Effects of the Pesticide Chlordane Peggy Cooper, Terry
Center will still fall under the District the Sun editorial page Tuesday currently served count because governmental agencies saying the on the Petunia'?". Pam Goodge Cynthia Green Dale Rogers
III Board's 18-county service area March 6. problems arise. The split would clinic wasn't doing anything;and asking Underhill "Thermal Effects on Surface John Tatum Gordon Newmans,
despite the change in nomenclature.Mrs. ,lessen 'cumbersome bureaucracy' why the District. III Board didn't Tension of Water",John Powell Joyce Wainwright Benji Bryant
Paulk and the County Com In addition. District III planner according to Walsh, and would improve do something about It..I think Dr. "Reflection of an Artificial Light Nelson Green. Francis Knepper,
mission praised the efforts of the local Jean Hess who attended the Monday mental health services to the Lennon will agree that most of the Source off Different Road Surfaces", Stacey Denmark Mark Mitchell
guidance clinic and its director Dr. March 5, Bradford County Commission areas Involved. problems and concerns could be corrected Beth Patray"The Relatlolnship Bet Teresa Knepper and Sherra Mott.
Bill Lennon who has been the recipient { meeting addressed a letter to simply by adopting some writ- ween Personality and Mathematical Honorable Mention went to: Drew
of much of the criticism and who commission chairman Maxie Carter Walsh also refuted the claim that ten policy statements." Effects ", Suzette Rodrigue "The Andrews, Joyce Thorpe Jeffrey
was present at the meeting. Also at. Jr., stressing the District III Bard the District. Board had 'responded of has received of Chemical Stimuli on Brooker Marvin Tyson Eddie
One the Issues that
tending the commission meeting were was not instrumental the writing of sluggishly,' saying the Board had Instead Capillary Clrculauon"t Carlo Her Winkler Brian Baldwin Terri
attention to extent the four-
Rev. George Harper president of the the editorial. been prudent In Its response to a large nandez lture Loss of Thomas, Dale Underhili Mike
J-U clinic board of directors Richard alleged problems at the B-U Clinic, year the clinic contract board awarded the contract to Lennon termed by Fruits Determine, the Best Fruit for Akridge Rhea Corbett, Debbie Kite
Welty vice-president Jerry McGriff Hess added .the essence of the "(The District III Board) ac In Food Drying) ?" Vivian Bell, David Fussell DonaldWilson
devoted cumulated informationand 'a cozy, sweetheart arrangement' Second place winners and their Doug Reddish Kevin Miller
local representative on the DistrictIII article to to protraying the necessary the Sun editorial. The contract also
verified it for before titles were: Joey Herres, Richard Milner. Tina
Board and Jean Hess super. District Board as basically avoiding accuracy
calls for six-months
visory staff member of the District III addressing the 'trouble In the either casting aspersions of making Lennon responded severance"For pay.the Patrick Crawford- "Does Delndivi- Best. Becky Cooper Melissa Mayo
duation Increase Aggression Among Joey Riggs Wendell Tomlinson,
Board. Bradford-Union operation'. She told judgements. I be fired for
record can cause Males and Females? ', Ann Brooks Richard Smith and Randy Paradox;
Taking a back seat to the editorial Carter In the letter the District Board without at
discussion was the fact that the county was appreciative of the interest expressed Constructive change at the B-U time...." ,at severance which point pay Clinic Board any "What Stimuli Affect Male or Female
commission unanimously approved by the BC commission in bringing Clinic to anticipated as a result of the President Interjected. "We Dreams More?", Janice Browning Tilt KHADKOKI)
District III Board's Intervention, according Harper "Does a Child's Sex Affect his/her
the proposed plan for the clinic's the controversial aspects of the Dr. Lennon a four-year contract COUNTY TKI.KGUAPII
1979-80 operations. Finances were clinic into open discussion.In to Walsh. Hess added In her gave because we knew we were in a rural Visual Perceptions Skills'?", Dirk Published every Thursdays
deferred until the county budget Is his. rebuttal letter Walsh refuted letter that a new committee baa been area and we wanted a fine director to Schmidt "Physical versus Mental 135 W.Call Street
drawn up but the county's tentative several allegations made In the formed to deal with the Issues raised.: stay with us. That has been criticizedto Ability of Children"the Jana Godwin ta.rke. Florida 32091
clinic listed editorial especially the statementthat "Blor ythms on 1978 Tennis
expenditures were at no end but the fact .to we could terminate
49403. The clinic is operated with the District. Board was attemp, The committee will include two our relationship with Dr.Len- Team";, Cecelia Infante Second Class postage paidat
federal state and county funds from ting to 'peel off five rural counties. members from District. Ill's Board,I non this morning if we so desired. If Relationship Between Personalities Starke,FloridaSubscription
Bradford and Union. Walsh explained the 'catchment two members from the B-U Clinic everybody else has just one-year contracts of Teenagers with Divorced Parents
The Sun editorial said the District areas'divisions the 10 counties under and two members from North Centr.1Florida that's their hard luck." and Non-divorrflrl PitrenU". Irene Rates:
III Board had 'responded sluggishly' District III jurisdiction adhere to,are Community Mental Health Wainwright. "Is There a Correlation In trade area: 17 per
in ordering the B-U Clinic to develop based on population density and Center. Hess concluded. "It .to hoped Harper added "We have faithfully Between One's Biorhythms and One's year: II six month
written policies the one fact In the entire ;plans to split the North Central that through this mechanism the problem given an accounting to everyone ask Results on Standardized Teata''?".
proceedings that is at the heart of Florida Community Mental Health areas can be solved to ing questions of us and we'll answer. Debbie Parmenter "How Different Outside trad?area: JHper
the controversy. Center Into two f'1Ik'hment area had everyone's satisfaction.! any questions youmay have.: Activities Affect. Memory Recall", year:''.SO six month.
Michael Whiffen "Can a Hologram
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I FREE-One Oil Change-Passenger Car Pick-Up Or Van S Qts.Of Oil Serviced Ii r)1 f t 1 C', ; FREE-One Treatment For ... .. ... .
Our Shop. ........ ...... ...... .. ................. ... .... ..... .......|5.K ; yy MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE '"
SAW MUFFLER SHOP FREE-One Check Use Like Cash For Hallmark Cards
*Gin Items. ... $1.00
FREE-Two Front Wheels Balanced........ .............. ........"....$7.00 A 'r, e MORNING SUN HEALTH FOODS

BRYAN'S GULF SERVICE ; a FREE- ..This Check Like Cash.. ...... .. ...... .. $1.S0
FREE-One Engine Analysis. ................ ............. ..............$12.50 'a t I ACME HARDWARE: BUILDING SUPPLY
HOLIDAY INN I, .0'4 FREE-Oean. 011 And Adjust Tension On Any Home Type Sewing
FREETwo Checks$3.50 Spend Like Cash......... .......... ....'..... $7.00 a { i 3 .Machines $18.9i:

FREE-One Days Rental For Carpet Steamer............. ............. $12.00 / iti' + FREEOneRtng Cleaned ADd QQe Bottle Of Jewelry ... ..:M.. $5.50
JULIA'S FLORIST' .PIZZA HUT ,Cleanerl.; t ,; ;

FREE-Two Carnations Wrapped With Greenery................ ..:.... $2.50 1F' 1i x x" F1tEE-0aeGvatW Supreme.*.".. : :L:,..; $2.49

.MAC'S MUSIC SHOP ".1 FREE-One) Spaghetti Supreme...: .. ..... .... '2.29
FREE-OneElghtTr.ckHeadCeaner......... ........................., $1.41 's'-. ...... APPLIANCE SERVICE CO. ", .t''ri': \ ',4. -:

GEM JEWELRY Bob sharp Noras Dowdy an4 Bob Broaden look ever eae of tke "Grid J'REE-OIIePairOfSclssonSharpened........,...-. .... :,;,.. . '1.50
FREE-Engr.vfngOrlOurJeweiryOrYours.......... .... ............ .. $2.00 Strike"eecpoa books the Stark dvltaa Club. Is selling starting this week. .FISHIN SIIACK .' .} F... '' i

RIVER'S SHOE SADDLE REPAIR FREE-Use This Check Like Cash.....'. 1250 i

FREE-RepiaceOnePalrOfH..Fodfen..Sboea.......................$3 JO The Starke Civltan.. Club Is engaged meals.CONFEDERATE GUN SHOP J ;' f.
FREEReplsceOoePalrOf Heels For Ladies Shoes.... ,................ $2.00 1aa"GoklStrlka JII'OIP'& IIn cb FREE= HOME DELIVERYAccording FREE-17.00 Service Or Repair For Gun.. ............. 17.Oft .
WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. tb6,. =a:= dent Norman to lA&.eoniY''bu SHAMROCK PEST CONTROL

FREE-One Home Call Good On Color Or Black*White............$17.50 service.vwffs, a Proceeds nMm received number of books wiu be to J'REE-One'1'reabnentor Any House;Mobile Home.Or'Dwelling1 For Rata.Mice :1+
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. CI.ttan\3ub will be used to unthe the public on a first -available And Roaches.;'.-. .. .12500 :

FREE-One Furniture Touch-Up Pencil............ ......:.........,... $1.50 the handball court for local children bast.The public will be contacted by .MANNING FENCE COMPANY, < :'
e BULLINGTON GIFT SHOP STUDIO at the dry and county recreatiuoo telephone and asked if they wish to FREE- ..This Check Like Cash..... ........... ....:.............. ... 12.nn $'
FREE-One Print Procjsaed.Black*White............................. $2.50 complex. Also to support mentally purchase a Civltan "Gold Strike"; home CRAWFORD'S 66 SERVICE '
book. free
FREE-One Check Like$ .SOCUb.. ... ...............................$2.50 retarded being children carried health oa care by program the delivery They of the are books.offering 1REEFour/PaintBrake8ervica.!: ( .......... ... ... ... Stint .
e SUZUKI OF STARKE Qvitans.The Boob may also be picked up at the .RICHARD'S BURGER MUTT w

..-u-- --OiI"R".On Motorcycle,... ................... ... .... .... $,..eo Stark ClriUn dub "Gold' Starke dvitaa "Gold Strike"office at f'REC.neRe&uIarBurcer. .... .. ...............:. .............. Si.00 .1
FREE-One Humphrey Flyer Frlsbee.. ........,....................... $=.g3 Strike" program Is an, advertising 133 Call St. next door to Bradford _BALDWIN CHEVROLETOLDSFREEThre < .,
DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN HOUSE promotion sponsored by area merchants Telegraph.Anyone who would Rotation OnAnrnur Wheels................'....: .;,,.:..1111'6.00
book but has
who offer mar6andtse, aa tike to purchase a not .,:, .... ..' .
FJtEE.CneCJeckUlteS2.GOCaaII.. ..." vice and dine: out free of charge to been called may do so by comma tc .DAIRY QUEEN rl. ;': i;

MALLARD'S 5410FREEOnePairOfLadtesPantyHose purchasers of the book. the office dally starting Monday FREE-1breeSundael Regular*Oa. .. ... .......... .. .- J
... ................................ $1.01 The total cost of the book of coupons March Sib from 9 8 p.m. Sales -SUNSHINE STUDIOS '' "-v"
FREE-OneP.ckaCeOfClothe.P1mI... ..................... .is ....The books.. designed so of the books will last approximately .
_.... .... ....79GREEN'S that the consumer can receive over! eight days according to Norman, FREF..llrrae(3)11"xt/ Living Color Portraits........"., .V>.i, $89.85 'r
BIG BRAMA RESTAURANT $300) !In service, merchandise sad. Dowdy,dvitan President. .RYE'S HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT & .LOUNGE'Y %d'

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I "llrowin.itunning, ;"i 9 '9 Miss America S .;;

For Strawberry- Queen-- :. $ : "', :' 'Tip? Appear afFair ::

I Seven oentestantahave entered, the where she was a member of the -
16th annual Strawberry Homecoming Quern's Court and. was Mtes America 1919 Kylene .J. to travel and to see the whole country
Pageant to be held 8atanay,leD Camera dub Sweetheart She is a V"I. BadMr? country: girl from a small Is the main reason I entered the con'., i
24, in conjunction with the W 1 member of Clvinettes, l is president of Virginia) town, who sjs Jacqueline test In the tost place. "s;:1.1

County Three Fair. the Little Women's Club and la on the Kennrdy.0les) : mere contestants have Girls Basketball Team. Miss Bigg attend the Bradford; County Fair why I won," she exptelned. t....
entered the competition for the title of hobbies include reading dancing. raqoetban I.j. again this year. Miss Barker is reigning win any of the pfeUroiftarle( *. t ".
Bradford County Strawberry Queen. swimming ana bike j.." .,Ww,W t.t Miss America.A swimsuit, talent, or other wrtltlons P4t! 'J,1
The Pageant I Ia Piggy
sponsored by the She is being sponsored by the '' .
but I felt that I had const- !
Junior Woman's Club of Starke. ThIrteen Wiggly; Food Store. j: 1978'graduate! of Virginia Poly ,
more'applicant*will be accepted aAHr. .' '. technle'lnsUtute with degree in Apparel tency. 'v9
for the Pageant. ,5 7 rr Design and Fashion
The three girls entered Vila week daughter Miss Margaret of Annette Crawford, r x .'\::t ::10 9rmyedt ,I .. Merchandising.; $[ Miss Barker hopes As for her future, the \Sl-ttnt, { j, ; ,
Crawford .
Margaret L. ida bttl
are: I' !., one dayfo tarn her masters in business America.has no plans for Hollywo :
Miss Cynthia Lee Griffith,daughter where senior at Bradford High School ? 'I.(i'tt"m: ;\' ;i<1IJ'Ii"'j.? '.1", administration. or the big cit:.. She want t6 aped heit't ., ,
she is the Basketball
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Griffin!, la on team. e ': k'h t. .... ." 'I own lady's apparel J shop in RoanokM;}; ? .
Margaret needlework ,
a senior at Bradford High School. She enjoys and lie cook ''h .tr to(1 ,} Miss Barker calls herseU a conser- Va., and eventually one In Painip l
skating ( Ina .
has received the PAR Award the at this time)swimming.. sponsor era ?'ti" utS ,' vative in outlook who "probably" Beach, Fla. ...
,."." ./ \ .; It.I would L, lvote for the Equal Rights 1 'j.( ;'.
,. I I' I"I Amendment* but fears it might spur So it's on to more public apr 'j.
Applications are now being taken "
; ,_ Aexiesq society.
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pearances more and '
for pictures more
thirteen 1
remaining spots. A S I ... : ,
I" .1.II Interviews (including Bradford'County
contestant must be a resident of Bradford ,. She.nan opposed the decriminalization our
: I )!l : Fair), for Miss America, but
County a student with :
or the
of marijuana since she was in
Bradford she left behind some advice for all theaspiring
County School
System. juntor..high school when she wrote a
and Girls 21.must They be between will be Judged the agent on Of the 18' r.t hl'c t .11'. ... term paper linking pot smoking to the 'Try to young remain beauty yourself contestants.," she said, ,.!;J
use of harder drugs.
basis of beauty, personality and poise "i<.1.Jr) I smiling "Go In with the attitude that
in evening gown, swimsuit( and street it'i only for one year. Do your best .
clothes. "' Miss. America recently visited and enjoy it to the fullest." .

;.. Blowing Rock, N.C., to dedicate the I II
Previous entries Include Miss I Green:) Park Inn collection a new line
Cassle Riddick, daughter of Joe and _.J: $: of furniture. Amid the Victorian
Ruth Riddick, is sponsored by Hurst IT"I' splendor of the Green Park Inn, Miss '

Shell Service Station; Miss Catherine ;. '.. ". Barker-. radiated and charm.her own The personal stunning elegance -, THEATRE 1
Schoening, daughter of Mr. and MRs. .. )
I 22-year-old petite honey-blonde beau
Herman Schoening, is sponsored by
Florida Bank at Starke; Miss Chert ILLJI ';, ty from Galax, Va., was no plastic Call A Walnut
Wall, daughter of Mr. and \ stand-up doll; she was a warm, I:
MRs. eu .....:lfii j !i4e..8 .44.T.
Wayne M. Wall, St., is sponsored by ..ra woman. ..... '
the Register Oil Co.; and Gladys !- Miss Barker describes her life as Fr\\. Sat
Sarah BiggS Ayer,daughter of Lewis and LU Ayer, Miss America as a full-time job, and
is being sponsored I
by Bulllngton
that J public appearances were part of
Chemical Engineering Award, was Studio and Gift Shop. r that lob. "It's really a public relations
the Florida Athlete of the Year the .. ,..".... Job/ she said. "Most of the time it's Sun"c
High School All-American Athlete very nice, very organized, and love
and has been named to the Florida organization. I enjoy it, even though
Track and Field Honor RoIL She has r it's a seven-day-a-week job."
been a member of the National Honor .
Society, the 4-H Organization and Kylene Barker "1 don't find too much that isn't ex
JROTC. Miss Griffith is being sPOn-: citing" she said. "I'm finding that I I
sored by Sportsman's World, Inc. I Miss Amnitlll of mi enjoy these appearances. The ability MAGIC
Miss Sarah Marie Biggs, daughterof t 1,

Mr.and Mrs. R.E..Biggs of Starke. L County Fair. 3 Weeks
is a senior at Bradford High Schoolc : away I

Less than three weeks remain until Barker of Virginia.She will make two Gospel Sing

.' the annual Bradford County Fair appearances at the fair this year;at? ......................... .
'. opens Wednesday, March 28, featuring p.m. on Wednesday and again at 1
,. something for everyone: beauty p.m.Thursday. March 1 10 _:::19.1.P.BM-IB.:::: :
Ik. queens, exhibits and rides for The fair will open with ribbon cut
., children of all ages. ting ceremonies at 11 a.m. Wednes- Fri SatBURNOUr
day March 28. Taking part In the
Miss America will again be a opening ceremonies will be this 7:30: P.M.
highlight of the fair. Miss America of year's Strawberry Queen and 1978 :

.' '.. ......,.. ,.....".-e.w.-..,_.. ...........) 1979 is twenty-two year old Kylene J. Strawberry Queen Shan Edwards. with
Wednesday at noon there will be the Denvell Hall .
Peggy Crawford annual Starke Rotary Club's Rural-
1. Urban Picnic. Wednesday is also p' CD
Senior Citizens Day, during which all andSounds
$1,500 Raised For New River Fire Station senior citizens will be admitted free of Victory

j *A few activities .
of the planned are:
) u Wednesday March 28, 1:30Ap.m.DBlry at the
Some 20o\pevpte turned! I out teurt* h w 4At4e,neu when funds run Show? .3:30 p.m.-Beef PLUS
B:Saturday 4or 1 h@aro dbrekins'of ttw &w *Show. add, at 1 p'.M.-Swlne: Show. h. Pine Vblley* -: "tI
"* bile for the ** .
atatet&TF'COtatUe Qe tu1tolMl1f" anhIf2Q" 5' "SIi hi .
SR-235 just north of SR-100 in the New on when completed,Chief Green v*,. Sal\Friday, March p.m.30, yj 2-4 1 'Otn negaaonal, Hdfiness .N s1.rrn... ..\ ............. :
River area, 1 says,
Cindy Griffith p.m Ronald l McDonald: visit the Church Sun Mon
lair; 7:30: p.m.-Bradford-Union 4-H.
Money Co proceed will be the main and FFA Steer Show: Saturday, N. on US-301
Christians Fire Chief Harry Green says his problem.'Green admits. The depart March 31, 7 p.m.-Bradford: and Union Turn left onGraded Road "Game Of The Dragon"PLUS
Singing department has $1,500 In band and ment plans to send out letters in the 4-H and FFA Steer Sale.
$500 more Is pledged toward aq near future asking donations from Advance tickets for the midway will Beside Bradford Furniture *
estimated $8,000 it will take to com area residents be/lour for a SI. Ride tickets are

To Sing for SeniorsA plete the new fire station In the-west available at the Chamber of Commerce Company "Nurse Sherri"
end of the county.Construction ; will office In Starke and in the offices' -
.r. The New River station ,be man-; of,the public schools in Bradford Pastor: David Hodges Rt'' t'ldt
ned by1 several members ,of- .the
sing will be held March County
will be started withinthe volunteer department whofarm and
10, at 3 In for the
p.m. Macclenny the next few weeks Green says He live In the immediate area ef the station .
senior citizens residing in Baker
thinks the $1,500 plus labor suppliedby They will be on radio-alert
County Nursing. Home .at 7:30:
at the Con- the county volunteer firemen
p.m. Saturday Taylor
gregational Methodist Church at themselves will)) get the building walls Once the New River fire station is In CONTINENTAL PRESENTS
'Taylor, 15 miles north of Sandersonon up. The building will be of concrete operation it will fill a large void In end
SR-229. block, Green says, a medum the protection coverage for the west
The Singing Christians from Raiford volunteers are familiar with and can of the county. Volunteer fire stations
and a group from Live Oak will sing. work with. Firemen will go that far already cover Starke, Brooker, THE $1.30 FAMILY REUNION.
Everyone is Invited to attend. with the building and worry about Hampton Lawtey, and Graham.

.....t' .... The cost of getting a

,'::l'S1. i {, family together shouldn't .
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TERWILLEGAR ; keep a family apart

5 Ir o. R)tunatd ly. long distance

a .. .;".!, rates are still a bargain.

MOTORS fact, they're low enough to i
keep you close to every ;;

side of family. No i

206 W. MADISON ST. 'STARKE., FLORIDA' ." ;4b ... ..., &" matter your now far away they I

961-7200 K I v ; might} be. ,

M; + for example if you ;

have family in Bakersfield !{
,, '1 You Can BuyFURLESS California and you live in t

Lewiston Maine, a three

minute call will cot you no

S more than SL30, excluding

federal and local 1 taxes.

a .. '. stark, Those regular rates I
apply if you dial direct
,w ,'_ '. '_ ':. without operator Assistance
Bid Union Qh'Mqrchfkr anytime between A-Mr
Openings County ,b1r,79 vas
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jy ''" and 5 P.M. If you call

,: .For Two 2 V: Ton Dump'Trucks.r; : -, during one 01 Our bargain 3,

-. -"'9fi,, r'f''"/': (I > >> '';'.- 'r I' '' a. : :'ir arid week nights after 5 t tk
rulck $ 2 389 Ford'I ; ;mll ,. ,1 ? .
i "y '
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I; S 3.1'rt1:4: <*! 0.\-.. 60,. pffour regular.., rates. .
I Jacksonville .250 Ford_ / -, .,:-4i? ;ttv"W.; .. v
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'Jocksonville' 11 ,334.Chevy ((3 Dealers-),:: ;::': t ,, i next week or next month' ?

I r '- t ; ,5, or next year to have your '. s
,1 '' next family reunion. ,!

I. .." Starke $11,100 ., .:ri ,' '' ': ahayeC'

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: Resolution Clears The .
., Way t

For Housing Finance Authority 'iJ ,, ,

With the approval Monday by the County of $20,000. With inflated construction costs. n

Commission of an ordinance setting up a with $ $40,000 homes now,soaring to

Housing Finance Authority for Bradford $50 or $60 thousand, this family may experience -

County, another step was taken toward a difficulty in handling the mortgage p8? t
:, possible solution to the area's shortage of through conventional channels, and yet their

housing for the middle income group. income is too high to qualify for low Income

federal assistance programs. '
The Housing Finance Authority Law, passed
: by the last session of the State Legislature provides Other benefits of the bonding program are

for the issuance of revenue bonds for that it would stimulate business for construction

home construction loans and the purchase of firms and other related businesses;would

home sites. It is designed to meet the housing increase the ad valorem tax base of the courtly

needs of families in the $12,000 to $35 000 income ; and would provide the county with the

ranges, whose incomes are too high to ability to designate target areas for develop

qualify for low-interest housing loans under ment or rehabilitation. Discussing Florida Crackers9 m m

present federal programs, and, too low to
make the payments on conventional mortgages The bonds would be limited obligations of '
because of inflated building costs to the county, payable solely out of bond sale pro- Ray Washington (right), author of Washington who lives near Live Rotarfana knew,what a cracker was,
day ceeds and other amounts derived the Florida Cracker column carriedby Oak and travels throughout Florida to but no,one could; give a good defini
revenues, the Gainesville Sun and other
New gather his cracker stories, was guest .
by the county on mortgage loans, and would York Times in Florida tion. Washington said the term probably
: newspapers speaker at the Rotary Club and gave 'derived from the habit of early
The law permits counties to issue tax exempt not' constitute an Indebtedness, liability pictured with Guy Andrews following some interesting bits of folk lore con
bonds with funds realized from the sale general or moral obligation.The the Starke Rotary Club meeting. last cerning "crackers." When asked for Florida cowboys cracking their. long
of the bonds, which will then be available to week. a definition of a Florida cracker, the whips while" driving." cattle

make loans to conventional lending institu- Housing Finance Authority should not I, :

tions in the community for the purpose of be confused with the existing Bradford County

financing, acquiring, constructing, or rehabilitating Housing Authority, which is authorized to con- County Agents March Film Festival At ,LibraryPack I

housing for moderate, middle, or struct and operate housing projects on a nonprofit -, '.
lower income families. basis, with the use of federal funds, for ((3 Notebook
leasing to low-income families at the lowest a. those winter blues away and save March: Film Festival schedule

Loans will be secured only by mortgages on possible rates. Although it has had such an By.Bobby Festival"Spring"at on the down Bradford to the County March Film Pub- below for details

the homes, and earnings from the mortgageswill authority for several years, Bradford County lic Library. March 5 G:30: p.m. Silent films
finance the program. The money would be does not now have any housing developed TaylorPhone Charlie Chaplin in "The Tramp" and

loaned to the financial institutions, where under this program.The : 9444280 Laugh at Charlie Chaplin as he foils Lon Chaney in 'The Light of Faith". 1
home construction money has been in short evil thieves and saves the beautiful hr., general audience.

supply for some time, at a rate that will allow Housing Finance Authority would simply girl of his dreams In the March silent 5 film, March IZ 1:3U: p.m. Disney films

them their normal spread (or mark-up) and make construction money available It's hard to decide what to write cry classic with"The happiness Tramp"as on a handicappedboy's or "The Pigeon That Worked a Miracle"

yet keep the interest rate on the mortgage as through the sale of bonds, lending it to local about this time of year because thereis love for his pigeons works a miracle hr.and "Saga of Windwagon Smith". 1
low or lower than the present going rate. financial institutions, who would then make a lot of activity in so many areas. I on March 12.See these films and :
the loans and handle the mortgages in the have talked about plans and preparations more free at the public library. March 19 8:30 p.m. "Seal Island"
for Ipring gardens, and I hope Disney documentary on Seals. 27 mm..
Sale usual manner with no federal funds involved. that plans and preparations for planting Every Monday In March at 6:30: March 26-6:30 p.m. "Rookie of the
the bonds will) be open to any qualified The Finance Authority, in effect, becomes a. are underway. p.m. In the public library there will t be Year" and "White Water" 1 hr., 11
firm, and a representative of one bond money market for the lending institutions, one or more film showings. Clip and min. Elem., Jr. High and Sr. High.
house told the commissioners Monday that his enabling them to finance some constructionthat Weather conditions permitting preparedand :
garden soil should be well
firm is willing to buy the bonds at a pre- might otherwise have to be turned down ready for planting when the

determined discount rate not to exceed two when demand exceeds supply. danger of frost Is over. Most garden
percent of the gross. The interest the authority soils that we have tested this year I
2 will pay on the bonds will be set at the time of have needed an application of liming LETTERS TO
material such dolomite. Dolomite
5 sale.
e> Incorporated in the resolutions passed Mon should be broadcast over the entire fl
day was a statement declaring the need to alleviate garden area and worked into the top THE EDITOR...
3 Each Authority has the right to determine a shortage of housing and capital for six inches of soil as far ahead of plant.

a the need for housing in a particular price investment in housing in its area of operation.The Ing as possible. .

2 i:! range and then target mortgage money to the need is obvious and has been in existences ''Wet conditions are continuing to 9 9Lao

| ,areas, most in need of, financing where conE for many years. It is especially great in the"area delay soil preparation and planting of ,
E ''ventional mortgages may not be availabfe'In'this to which this ,program ,wUI be targeted, dI: ,,.our,commercial.; ;fields vegetables, and lout' ,', ) ?"? ...IANK41xP' ; RESSKlliUuKcT i1KfJDear ( > ,"I L.n I IFUH ,.;"w OJ ''1I.rtl''t\1'.)'," ;.,.>.t..".:, ,,1'r.:1'o. .rf, H "';ss.s:
'., crops. Many were drying :
particular locality it would appear'that and the widespread benefits to the county of" somewhat before the rain earlier this
2 families most in need of assistance are those filling this need should spur the commission on week, and some folks were getting Dear Sir"I

s where, with the man and wife both working, to early appointment of the authority their planters ready. Looks like It will Sir: .I I Ihoughl your i puper would be the
s their combined income is in the neighborhood members. be a few days later before. this\ activity In March 1978 Dot Moore, Peg best way to thank the people of Starke
3r continues. Stanwix-Hay Becky Shockey for the kindnesses we received when
r Virginia Walkup and William Dam- we and other NCT tampers met at the
Strawberries still looking good.
are pier of Bradford Middle School began
farmers market before heading fur.thl'I' -
loaded with bloom
Fields are
work on a Title IV-C Innovation Planning .
small /fruit. Growers should'slart Grant. The primary purpose of south .
I "scrapping" fields for berries in a our attempting to receive this! highly ".T.' and Martha Wright for thefrls'itdshq
The Mr. Brown of weeks lIlt doesn't get too
Perplexing color competitive grant was to secure funding \ ) and warm hospitality.
if we don't have a heavy frostor for developing a plan which
freeze. I'm hoping there will be would involve students and their : Chiefof Police Jimmy Bowen,As>st,
several fields In heavy production parents in a sequential program ChU-f; Harold h Crt'wand other
3 Perhaps the most puzzling figure., on the In commenting on these predictions of when our Fair opens March 28th. designed to raise the basic math skill tnonilicis of,the,Starkv Police Dept.
:: American political scene today is 41-vear-old Governor Brown, columnist James Reston levels on stale assessment tests and. :for their protection!and traffic control
3 Governor Jerry Brown of California, who has says, "It is very hard to interrupt this alluring of Speaking activity going of the on Fair that, there should Is make a lot the Comprehensive Test of Basics4Skills ;:3''during our stay: '
ICTUS). On June'30. 1978, "
:: stars in his eyes and, some people think, bats vision of the but the Governor we
coming age, the 1979 edition one of the best ever. I mailed our written proposal to Mill.x'"ple. do not realize the investment
:= in his belfry. than he understand that most of the exhibit
provides more questions answers. Tallahassee following School Board we have in our rigs and
= Reston wonders .what Mr. Brown would do spaces have been filled, and I know approval. In October Dot Moore and their cervices were greatly ap
E But this is not written to Mr.
disparage that the livestock barn will be filled .
NOW about the conflicting demands of Prime Peg Stanwix-Hay. accompanied by preciatedThanks
\ Brown, who seems to be calling for a political, with some outstanding animals. Steve Miller presented the proposalto
Minister Begin and President Sadat or about
= technological, and moral reappraisal of ; Bradford-Union the review panel in Tallahassee. to the manager of the
:1: American life Who is to say he isn't right? the reckless waste of priceless energy in this The: has been' Cattleman'sAasoclatlon working to We were proud that we represented Stark State Farmers Market for let-

:s The only thing is to determine whether Mr country.But 'make their show and sale as good as Bradford County. in this statewide tine us !stay at the market over night.

s Brown is the to these about. They have 34 outstanding steers competition.On
man bring things ever. ,And last but not least to J.D. Odom
will be shown and sold the fair
that at
Reston observes 6. 1979. we were ut Sportsman U'orld for
that Governor Brown February our enjoyable
| Political observers that Gov. Brown is this year.The steers will be judged at notified by the Commissioner of meals' '
say didn't to New
go York to talk philosophy, but 7:30 p.m., Friday March :30 and sold Education. D that
= well-informed about the mystifying contradictions to meet with business leaders, practical politi- at 7 p.nt, Saturday, March 31. the proposal we submitted Turlington entitled The |Hi>pli> <>f Stai ke must be very:
E: of prices, wages, and other economic cians, labor bosses and national black "Parents and Students,, Succeed" pnniil III'l their citizens for they did
:2: problems.!!\ he insists that most of our probE leaders, all of whom seem to be disenchantedwith ducers The have Bradford-Union also been busy.Swine With Pro-the <(PASS< ) was among the very few that show us Northerners" true

lems today are not mathematical philosophical President Carter and some of whom are help of the Fair Association,the swine were recommended for funding.We "Southern Hospitality".

5 He believes the habits of thinking already looking around for another Democratic producers are building new pens and would like to express our harry Derr.JI'
f. that are shaping American life today came outs Presidential candidate in 1980. Improving the exhibit area for the 65 deepest appreciation to Jesse Moore' ieneiul: Superintendent
of the 1950's and 1960's and are inadequate to market hogs that will be shown and and Myrna Lou Hahn for their sup Ahlngton Township Pa.
a deal with the upcoming issues of the 1980's. We Regarding the enigma of Governor Brown sold. The hog show will be held with on port, encouragement and positive; attitude .
Wednesday, March 28 at 7 p.m
z are stumbling between a past that is gone and Reston observes: "He has a sense of the ; the sale scheduled for 7 pm. on our project.concerning' the importance of ifDisco

f a future we cannot yet see, according. to the future, 'and that is what young men are Thursday, March 29. Dance Course

5 philosophy of Governor Brown. for..and he may even be right in believing We should also have a good dairy Thanks to Lucille Payne for her.

that the American people ate in what he callsan and beef cattle show.22 dairy animals! and assistance in providing information Offered;At SFCC
\ The exploration of outer will be to the have resource people. '
space expectant mood, tired of the old arguments and IS beef breeding animals
=: 21st century, he observes, what the oceans of the past, and looking for new frontiers. been entered. The beef show will be Thanks to Carolyn T.Cummings
2 were to the 19th. We are not at the end of the held at 1:30: p.m., Wednesday. March helping us meet all our deadlines.. Move Over.John Tra volts
28 and the will follow at Disco Dancing Is Coming
s old terrestial frontiers but at the start of the
Right now, however Governor Brown must 3:30 p.m. Thanks to Bill Wilson and the to Starke
g new exploratory era, with satellites finding demonstrate that he is capable of dealing with : Starke Chamber.of Commerce and ,
s new sources of energy and new ways tot the problems of the as well as I don't have a count on the poultry Millard Brown for providing us. with
present expoun- and rabbit show Santa
entries at the present Fe College and the
develop the fertility of the earth. ,many books pamphlets and bulletins Bradford
a ding the philosophy of the future.I time. However,we expect this department containing statistics and Information Vo-Tech Center; are sponsoring an
3 .1. to be as big and as good as ever. we needed to complete our research. eight week course In Disco Dancing
beginning April 4th. The
=: /All this is to say that the livestock Thanks to Supt, Tom Casey and.the taught by expert Mike Manero will
.. barn will be full this year and you can teach the basic
I Bradford County School Board for approving steps and moves of
l' -...=... -.' '. :.expect to see some outstanding our project last spring and modern disco dancing. The
.::. .-::" .t' I hope you will plan to giving us encouragement\ and sup knowledge of' movement, timing
..._- --- -- .:' -... ... reserve some time during.fair week portThanks. coordination and continuity of In
i :-r : :....:::: ) .sand see the exhibits and the !,shows., the various disco dances will steps be
a '. >' .JI' ,1 ;-
;: < to' the Northeast Florida taught.Although not necessary, it Is
The itat of Florida It named beeau'Juan di Leon'Spanish
i to Ponce explorer and good Idea to
sign with
for up
Consortium : a partner.
first : providing '
man in what I Is "
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I (in Spanish "Pascua Florida") .
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H Receives Good Conduct Medal 'theproposal. Center meet at the Vo-Tech
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I .. rf 'Sergeant Paul 'Anderson son of And finally a special thank you to to 8 p.m.
f Mrs. Juanita G. Compton of Rt. 1, Steve Miller, once a RIMS and BHS
RID,, 8A.P.r.ORD C'OtJ'i[ Pardeeville, Wis., has received the math teacher.for his assistance in the \', }: It is a non- redit course and the fee
Air Force Good Conduct Medal at production of transparencies and" "i tt only $15. You
r'1I.cec' .B19 kp '. can re lster at th*
Q Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. other visual aids Santa Fe Center Office
i ci: Knvt p f9t r :' m 1"Lf. .. 11 Sergeant:: Anderson, who Is an electronic Becky hockey through Thursday from 8 a.m.Monday to 3
1 ir \ Y"fON g' .up warfare systems technniclan '."' ''p.m.
l '' J' en :; :, ; ? .. .?".? ', Stanwix-Hay ,0 vtit"5 -." ..... at Seymour Johnson,was cited for ex i's '* Dot Moore
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Pdhshd\ each i Thursday and entered as aocond Daaa Matter at the Pont Office: at S. PardeevtUe High School. His wife, '
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Hospital Costs Becoming Uiiaf fordnblc, Says Retired Educator Morgan "" :

"You tfdbk OMM home ....rztyi! 7,307 hospitals, U.S. Now and World "In the race for mare.bdl8. Health Planning Act designed to curb 8UPPL.1MNBMAND REVERSAL: for costly medical teats performed a* i f
"" artful M* bad Report states: health leaden i ftlpr'.Y unnecessary construction of "In 1979'. Alice in Wonderland routine when patients*admitted to ;;
to the ...... "In I860, Americans will spend an now have too : hospitals: economics of health cart, the laws of the "hospital. I
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todIIY NIP NtIted ..... atdtotdho.pbi estimated 229 billion dollars. healthcare the Institute of' Alded "In Houston-Harris County. Tex., supply and demand are working la' "Many other approach to easmf I
.m.. P. n that the OThad: I IU .., 11 alone. Health officials. find that
and at the current pace medical hospitals were built in 1974 reverse. the the inflationary pressure on boapltal
....-MeIIUt ....... etlltfa coats will double in a lUUe more than recommended on In Chicago, Rush-Presbyterian- more .hospital beds In an area, the and their patients are being tried: :

O'.vtne at caet 01Ii. six years. Hospitals receive 40 centsof ratio of 4 per I.OIIO a St.Luke's Medical Center Is building a more usage goes up- and the more "Prepaid programs

,000. every health dollar spent, giving in Now liforornnia do 73.1-mlllion-dollar tower over initial cost goes up. The more such as Health croup-health Maintenance I
'! Mid 'hospital duplicated them a pivotal role in the economics 1000. In ; protests of the state health-planning doctors in an area, the higher the (HMO's) in which
Organizations ,
diagnostic tests which had of medicine. Valley some hospitals M.V a an occupancy board. feea. Says HE W's Schaeffer: 'U'sthe and hospital day-rate are
in the doctor's office and "Also the government pays 55 percent rate of only 30 percent. opposite of the way a free market Is surgery usually lass i are an alternative to
ttfny time the price fort of the 0.S. ''hoepital bill either Empty beds not only cost moneyto supposed to work. ,
traditional) free-for ervic
he paid at the local drug through public insurance programs maintain but more importantly, 260 million Brooklyn. !\ ..Y., the new 'A major factor In turning medical' Hospice to take care of terminally
store. : -doilaq WoodhUU Hospital economics upside down is programs
medicare or medicaid In direct grantsto promote overuse of hospltafniervlccs: third-party
III to
hospitals."It In the hospital marketplace;the key hasn't even opened for lack of patients reimbursement such as medicare for patients are beginning ;
Mrs. Morgan was checked Into the is this fact of medical life that to economic survival to keep beds This medical facility costs the those over 65, medicaid and private get attention. Home care programs
hospital on a Friday and the medical impelled President (Jimmy) Carterto CJlledl;: city 25 million dollars in public debt health insurance. outpatient clinics and rehabilitative' ,
IltaU left,for the d for though only ,security,guards services are spreading ;? %
except a propose): legislation to hold the rise "Physicians are the one.who hold occupy "This indirect-financing system I
i skeleton crew leaving the patient toe in this the premises. In Tulsa Okla., removes coat considerations from the "One example; Boston Cljy i
hospital costs to 9.7 percent a year 'i *U
1 spend the weekend in U hospital during and restsrlct construction and purchase .. but.we. are msrketing (the, hose tat ,, evangelist-educator One' ,Rolerts, in doctor-patient relationship. As hospital Hospital of the decades large l public reduced teaching the 4"
) which no testa i run. \ putting up a medical' schOOl last past
were of expensive equipment says Michael Batch, administrator at enmeshed the city In 'bitter words year Schaeffer puts it': 'Nobody pays, and number of beds from,200 to 450 and >;
"They go into a h tiding pattern "To forestall this intervention by George Washington University' t over building 95mlIlioidollar everybody pays. began stressing 'primary care and '
',, with a skeleton crew until Monday the government the American Medical Center In Washington; D.C. medical "Some pay less than others neighborhood clinics. ". The city'a
Hospital Association, the American' 'What I'm for is the doctor complex, The Tulsa however because some people are .
morning.. the competing
Nothing goes on except Hospital Council maintain that the Infant-mortality rate has dropped by
Medical Association, as well'As the because he determines iwhereV' patient covered! better than others. Most
.;t,,,, ,..bill. continues. Federation of American Hospitals, *' 'goand patients taake'.the city already has too many beds and If Americans can guarantor paymentfor 50.r.rcent.ln: the last five years.

r{ When his wife checked out of the launched 'voluntary effort' In 1978 to hospl aJ. '' ,,. tJ J, the center is built the other hospitals hospital care but some I* Bullion Detroit Henry Fprd Hospitaluses
hospital Morgan said, he was hold down costs and overall hospital ., >j stand to lose 6 million' dollars In Americans had no coverage ai the the.BBsembiy-line! planning eernius .
Inflation has revenue. ; end of 1970. while 123 million- of its founding father to offer low
presented dropped to 13 per-
: : with, and paid a $3,000 bill percent
which was not itemized. Mrs. Morgan compared to 15.6 percent In 1977. "Hospital offer doctors. inducements cent of population-. did not have cost quality 1:81'8.101' every family. ,
was not operated on during the 8-day "Some states however already from the latest radiation "The federal government itself is a major medical protection. From Staffed entirely by salaried doctors, !
,; stay; only tests were run. have regulatory programs. In 'equipment to free parking.\} :Some victim of hospital cgnstruction fever these Inequities arises a great rangein the complex system Includes a con i
Maryland, a rate-setting commission hospitals purposely locate their even as It rails against' the malady. In hospitalsfrom those that make a tral medical center and 39 satellite .

.t Morgan told the story to the coun budgets in advance the amount of facilities next to professional office Baltimore the Veterans Administration profit to those that go bankrupt."A clinics in the Detroit area. !
ty's state legislative delegation which money each hospital can expect for buildings for doctors. In Houston, the is planning to build a new 400bedVA more subtle factor in the "On a more basic level medical

had no ready solution to the problem. the following year. As a result the new 70-million-dollar Memorial hospital costing 75 million hospital crisis is the dependence of leadersand societyare focusing on I
Rep Frank Williams D-CrysUl. state has held hospital costs well Hospital system adjoins a doctors'office dollars, ,over the opposition of the medical schools on public and VA hospitals to solve the centra I dilemmaof I
Lake Sen. Buddy MacKay D-Ocala below the national average for three building. The 200 doctors in that local planning board and the hospitals for training purposes. modern medicine. Physicians find I
": and Sen.; Skinner D-Lake consecutive years According to one building supply more than halt of the Baltimore-area hospital council. David L. Tiosenbloom of Boston City that the power to prolong life With t
Pete City,
all expressed study the six states with mandatory hospital's paitlent load;"although Health officials say that across the Hospital points out that 90 big-city space-age heroics la not always able I
controls in 1977 slowed inflation to privileges doctors in Houston have; street from the VA site Is the University hospitals represent only 1.5 percent of to restore life completely- leaving a (
Morgan admits''the problem is a 10.44 percent compared with 15.02 to practice at Memorial of Maryland hospital which cur- the Hospital Industry and have only 3 growing number of half-well patientsin I
: 1: only about 675 of its percent of all beds. Yet train a medical never-never land. Those
but suggested the statelegislature percent in states with no controls. rently operates they .
860 licensed beds. 'It's'dumb 19.4 of all residents and In- include the Washington D.C. woman
could pass a law requiring "Yet critics are finding it hard to "In Indianapolis, Methodist says with breast cancer who resists
to make set national standards for the one Baltimore hospital executive. terns. 'You're asking the txpayers of
hospitals patients fully great Hospital of Indiana a community and wants to die in and
aware of what is being done to them diversity of medical institutions and teaching hospital with 1,140 beds set 'The only people to benefit are' thosein cities such as Boston to pay for the the surgery quadriplegic accident victim peace with

and to give patients the right to control local needs. Leonard D. Schaeffer in all the patients who require the construction industry. training" of the nation's doctors; he brain damage who has no place to go
Y what treatment will be carried charger of the Health Care FinancingAdministration special Now it has 90 percent says. after the services have
out. says:; 'The trouble occupancy rate; with many patients "At the same time, hospital officials II t\I.T11 CARE QUALITY: been performed. .
"It's like the military. They tell you with the health-care delivery systemis coming from hundreds of miles away, point out that much of the "When doctors in Los Angeles stag- "And yet, medical care holds an
what lo do and you have no choice" that it i. not a system.' "Hospital President Jack Hahn in hospital building is aimed at ed a health-care slowdown to protestthe almost sacred place with Americans.

Morgan says of the way the "What reformers are dealing with says: hospital must remain so replacing obsolete facilities that no cost of malpractice premiums in In a recent issue of New England
Gainesville hospital with his. far ahead of others its medical care ,longer meet government safety 1976,
operated actually is a cottage industry of more codes. Massachusetts General nonemergency surgery was Journal of Medicine magazine
wife that special patients will never haveto reduced by halfand the overall Daniel S.
than 7,000 feudal empires that have Greenberg says one reason 1
: !"This thing Is making medicine grown like Topsy across the country. be sent anywhere elsenot to New Hospital estimates it would take 45 death rate for LoS Angeles County health reformers are so frustrated in
unaffordable" Morgan told the York, Chicago or other city. million dollars to bring some of its dropped As the
Giant medical centers with spaceageequipment any older to significantly. soon as changing the hospital system is that
h.'glslativedelegation. Morgan asked capture the public a buildings up par. / doctors went back to work the death most people are satisfied with their

the legislators to probe the problem Imagination. municipal hospitals Crucial in running a hospital like ours "On another level hospitals rate jumped."According. health care. Dr. Robert Heyssel,
admitting."This is a tough one/' on the average have 165 beds. Latest is planning organization *, and ; engageIn to a report by Dr. director of Johns Hopkins Hospital
*''Why can't the charges be posted? figures from the American Hospital marketingand I emphasize a headlong race for the latest Milton I. Roemer of the University of Baltimore puts It this way: 'All the'

.Why can't a patient be told what is.gen Association show that the bulk of the, marketing. j equipment such as the giant California's School of Public Health in people who are worried about a
Ing on? .' industry is made up of approximately "Sometimes marketing instincts go diagnostic scanners that have taken Los Angeles, 'These findings do ... multibillion-dollar health bill also
\ "It really has gotten out of hand. 5,881 municipal hospitals. wild. At a major teaching hospital in the medical world by storm in the last lend support to the mounting evidence want their hip replaced when they fall
Nobody can afford. to be sick years. Regulations such as one that people might benefit if less elective their
: "Hospitals are usually an important New York City the board suggestedto certificate of need down coronary-bypass surgery I
anymore. You can't afford to buy and politically influential the medical staff that if each doctor enacted requiring by a to restrict were surgery were performed in the when they have angina pain their :
hospital insurance or pay the doctor Washington United States' kidneys transplanted and their
employer in the community governed brought in. one more patient a week scanners, but the effort boomerangedas ;
yourself. by boards that HEW claims are and kept patients in the hospital one leukemia treated by the most effective
hospitals and doctors scrambled to NQra another front, Blue Cross and
Morgan said he Is not an advocate made up of the rich and socially pro'minvtlt. extra day, the hospital would make skirt restrictionssending l.iWKhield Association, which covers means. We can make some cuts
of free medical care but he said prices* but I don't think we can stop medical
'Professional prestige andcommunity enpugh money to survive
even higher. Says Dr. James tot lln. medical costs for almost half the In- "
be done
something to to stop the. costs from going up'.
pi Ide are at stake, and all president of the Los Angeles County sured population, plans to stop paying
spiraling cost of medical treatment the. incentives an- for expansion,' Medical Association: 'it was the
,. "Vjn; not an advocate of socialized says Schaeffer. 'As a result every HOSPITAL EXPANSION! costliest legislation ever passed. Peo-
medicine but I'll take anything. I can hospital wants a burn unit a body U.S. News and World Report also ple rushed out to beat the deadline.

afford" said the retired school .scanner, and a livertransplantteam. states that the hospital Industry con- Now a lot or scanners are underutiliz Dan'l: Be Misled. .
I superintendent who does not have .' tinues to expand despite the. 1974 ed'."
Social Security coverage. Morgaii "
says it would cost him close to $100
per. ,;month to purchase Medicare We Have The Same Tractors As

:- coverage, since he is not covered by 1st V'ariance'a te To Lawtev"Land Use Plan ,

s Social. Security. ,"" : : 1 : : ,>.; : : :
':.("'.'fii..''!''..IIfK'h sjji1 Q5 fi r nsOrauSce! cfl'lnpt. ellher'alf'. rd When'.in-private"' ''I ('::f&Ib([+ ,.q Ic!' 'CitY"Copnt'fLmeetiJig ) \.'' )/ l ii.. f'lJi r)iCW d tha-i>e7. ..liglt0tthe a ws abatilaanuyusex; aaj.,l 'Advertised,jKjatearaajEftffffiflSft.. ; 1 .
M the1 'ia' Uon thi'Latol bsPlou and Florida Power and has r r o. "
surance companies hear a 65 age onday, March 5, of ) at the'e1T /time Light
'j.. ) given they start closing their books Lawtey council members granted Edward July 5. 1978 meeting .b'ut had! ;beady replaced 9 of them but the City
:. says Morgan. L. Kaiser the first variance to neglected to formally sign an ordinance shouldn t expect them to do it indefinitely We Will Beat
,0 y Morgan's experience is a local ex- the city's adopted land use plan. to that effect. Attorney if measures weren't takento
\' ample of a nation-wide problem Kaiser requested the council: Richard Welty drew up the ordinanceand stop the vandals. Citizens should
which is examined this week in an extensive change the classification from Rural( the council members signed it report these occurrences to the policeor
article entitled "Inside Our Residential to Mobile Homes so he previous to granting the amendment any council members Immediately.
Their Prices.
Hospitals" published in the March S, could put in two mobile homes for granted to Kaiser. r s r r
1979 issue of the magazine U.S. News relatives. Kaiser advertised In the In other business, the Lawtey Council ...Was read a letter advising that
and World Report. The report says paper, as required in zoning : CETA policemen David Huber and
hopsitals all over the country variances and the city heard no op ..Received the annual financial Charles Carter would be terminatedfrom
duplicate expensive equipment. that position from residents. Therefore report from Accountant Pat Farn- the CETA program effective Full Line Service DepartmentTo
doctors in some! hospitals are asked to Councilman Ben McCulley made the .sworth. Sept. 30, 1979.
admit patients to a hospital and keep motion to grant the change secondedby ..Was advised by Street Chairman "Granted a 6 pet. cost of living raiseto
them for a certain number of days to Councilman Marvin Rosier and Wayne Massey there had been. Barry Watts; the raise had already Take Care Of You Aft.erThe sale.
keep the hopsital the black. Thereare unanimously voted on by all Council numerous street lights shot out with. been given to other city employees,
complaints of overcharging and members. BB's recently. Massey reported 23 since the money had been budgeted.
wastefulness in many of the nation's ." Come SeeA1UU$1K

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up with a bulldable arM of Itt x U0 J.M. (Maurice Edwards Sr., interjected ments describing how they had$ yean afto," he addedT Jftd. tfcey' toM yourself like ,"'re doing for dsgnUy wtthou. tf, H:ml..out-
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feet or tightly ov r one aa"e." "wMehhe a new angle into the proceed- ed at their "hard decIIdontoHriouaIy threatened to beat Lao. a fri they -''' bIIrtIt. :tJi.'k''r .
said was inadequate for the pleat togs when he urged the city to move considering what would"be almost did." Daffy's remarks caused Waters to ra apobgf4ei... ,
Wright said that torn trailer in toward providing an Industrial park best for the citizens of Starke. Warren said he had tatted wife a take exception tn a raised voice, In for.his tone of vote*.
Bradford Park would be within 300 for Slade and other plant seeking Waters said the councilmea. had to number of people before reed vg has
Ml of the storage facilities locations " got 52 acres on State make tough decisions "year end and decision and -"they all advised me to
H*also objected to the retorting on Road 100 all cleared between the year out"and very few people attended act on the element of the safety." :
grounds that it was not in confer- highway and the railroad that would meetings to offer input unless Later he asked the opponents of
stance with the city's new make an ideal park." Edwards some COI'Itrovenlalluue was involv rezoning "What if that (the December -8-
comprehensive' phM would be spot declared. lie said that Slade had approached ed. He urged the public: to keep in fire) had happened at 2 o'clock
Mning and not compatible with thecharacter him about buying a small closer touch with city government by Saturday afternoon with the shopping 1
surrounding residential acreage for his plant. "but I don't more frequent attendance at council center full of people?" The city located at the highest altitude in the United States
property would create a hazardous want to sell it that way I would how sessions Wright countered by asking. "What it Leadville Colorado, more than 10,000 feet above tea
condition and cause property ever sell the whole tract." he added. Silcox said Waters hit on something about the lives of children in the level. .
devaluation of surrounding residential Mrs Al Cotton said she liked the industrial that had bothered him for the eight school several blocks away, If it happens
I land use and would be detrimen park idea, and pointed out years he had been on the Council. "I in the new location"
i tal to existing traffic patterns. that Starke is going to grow and do what I think is right: he said Duffy asked the council "Why do DWIGHT SLATER'S
Martin Duffy proprietor of Bradford should provide suitable areas for
' Motel said presence of the industry and housing where they will
j' storage tanks so near his property not be in conflict .
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The South and West are growing *o District of Columbia New York, congressional numbers me The severe winters of 1978 and 1979 "
much faster than the North aid MIdWest Pennsylvania Illinois and the the 1966-75 projections, IheWde'HiJf" are believed to have spurred the from page one i
that by 1980 the slate of New Dakotas will be the slowest.If York four; Ohio. Pennsylvania. ttl*& migration of residents of the North- monies in specified 'reserve rate. Allen estimated his cow aoy+ l. .
York may lose four congressionalfeats ( the 1966-78 growth trends continues Illinois two each; and South Oak_. test and Midwest to Florida and other funds.deposit" aoyitandstopickupJtol.Sperceatofthe ('
and Ohio Pennsylvania, and the bureau said, Florida could one. sunbelt states The statement also detailed the real on what is .1))
pHnols'may lose two each, according pick up three extra seats In the 1980 target for the housing assistance tentath'ell'r r,
to projections by the U.S. Census reapportionment. Texas could gain authority-medium income to be a 10-million bond issue programfor "
Bureau. two seats while California Arizona Let Us Know About Interesting Story; Ideas persons. Bradford. 'J
Predictions are that Florida Arizona Maryland, Oregon Utah, and The bonds are to be \issued in [?" .t,I
Nevada, and Colorado will be Tennessee might pick up one each. We're interested 'In Interesting people. Or Intvrtiting groups, placet or 'The low to middle Income wage coupon form in the denomination of !;"';
the fastest growing state, while theY States losing representation in the thing, hi Bradford County for that matter. earner who is earning too much for $5,000 each. ,," rl I

W. know there are people In the county" with unusual hobbles, lifestyles, and subsidized(federal relief, or), but section:not enough 8 housing to be The preliminary statement Allen .;,', /
: --r occupation. but w.can't find out who they are without your help. We welcomeany comfortable with 10 to 11 percent passed out to the board states the : '"I,
Idea on possible' / story ideas thai would be oj interest to you, our reader. mortgage rates is the segment of the bonds will be "tax exempt..wiU be .,
IJ you know of a person, group,otj>lace that should get the recognition they self-supporting from mortgage 'I
: population that is bearing the brunt of "
-GJ0IJ} (!JIJGJ( : a call You revenues with no pledge of support ". (
, deserve for their' uniqueness give: us might Just be front page high interest rates more than others' from other county revenues..and, '':0\;\p''
material' ;
the statement said, and county officials with no ad valorem taxes or general .- I i[\)
The Editor

r: l'I I The f 1 : ," c.) 1......h v, ": r that statement have previously while admitting agreed l Brad.,with" funds program backing is well up designed the program-if", the risks the .;.1.. I'';t tare (!
ford has In that
H sfono I ; 1 many "segment minimal. :
: ": s.QQ ; The finance firm's spokesman fur. I "",

t Y' f.. "tJ; I. HSt flutters ,I :' ': L c? 0rn01J officials County board members hope and that finance the chronology ther explained for administering a simplified the ", ..:.\

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'I : 138 E. Calr St Starke Fla.. 964-5890 in the county. They say it will After the authority board is named,
\ -t rStarke'8 help the potential home-owner, local generally consisting of five members
':( : Hair Care Center II / Own banks and lending Institutions a detailed study of the housing needs I I
,. I lheFamlly A builders real estate industries and will be conducted and the housing pro .
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: thus eligibility requirements, terms and t
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.' FRESH the mortgage loans will be of the mortgage revenue I
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New Education Objectives, Management Concept... ..Face' ,:. School Board Vote,

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A new concept of making decisions disadvantages placing the schoolprlndPoila some other noq-i" tf ratio at BHS is 1-19.7. Business at Hampton If the eighth graders went ci i 'ulum requirements under new
at the Indi\'lduallWhoolleveland: the In complete control of an The state guide f :Manager Eddie Douglas r said, to school.I there SiD -I I.\\ Casesaid hIP would rather
adoption of new education objectives, individual I scftool education program of education do because some courses na-e a low The. sehoola'. .couid be supptemejMed add the additional a lmW tr iixp
w riiti'n ilh the backing of state law, which would be operated on that followed whether ;, pupil enrollment 'The nigh school to a certain' extent" but the admfnrttratton MT-wnnet at the lndl\ldl school
will presented t 16 the Bradford school earnings based on the numberof board adopts tl C mat have to do withOUt some courses would have the freedomit rather"thon 10 the cwttttl count
School Board for a vote( at its regular students enrolled. management plant .: that not enough students want to take has enjoyed to place money where it staff School board members appeared -
m't'ltnilarch! ID at 7 p.m. Casey and Douglas said school based It was also b",,* ottt next year. and teachers might have to deems best.Duncan nkvptic about hiking more
hupt Tom ('aev, said he will have management would give principals two schools in the teach more than one subject ) pointed! out that school administrator ."
the iifim on the March 19 agenda fora an Incentive to save money. pay their way with Low enrollment of the: small outly. which earned more money than
vole Recent studies show that deci- Administrators might Casey said b>:students in that ing schools at Brooker. Lawley: and be able to employ more Casey pointed out that Bradford
irons affecting students can best be turn off thermostats at midmorningafter schools are Starke Hampton leads to deficits but that or specialized teachers than a poorer schools rank lowest in the state in
made al the individual school level the day became warm enough to Southside Elementaj.y-t ,':' situation may be ""IPt'CIliMn the school. thus creating inequities In the their admlnlllrator."mplo\'H-
< ailed School HaJanai..meol.: sustain a favorable climate for the remainder )' : school board transfers seventh and level or quality of education at different Teachers. after the 'meeting pointedout
The new goals and school: basedmanagement of1 the school dav'. But Principal Bradford High '..... ? .p.' I eighth graders back to their home county school administrative saljrie* in Brud
concept were discussed Dewe>' :McKinney said he for Jim Duncan said; now a areas Hampton principal Connie ford ('ounlrank 16th in the state but
in n length work session Monda>' one is attempting to operate his $234,0000"K r the amount of Clark said :Monday night he could Supt Casey also cited a need for Bradford UNuher pa>' ranks ;30lh in
night :No-action! waf-takrn. on them school the Bradford :Middle School students earn. The! pup almost operate on the money earned more administrators to carry out the 'the state. "
however as efficiently possible now McKinney ,: : 1 .
The nW\ bjetrtil' and school based eschewed the premise that he. / .;: :''.\' .; '
I concept art1"pnrj'* of an overcall now lacks i incentive to save money '
ompn-rwiwtW wMafloq: plan the High School Principal Jim Duncan : $38,000 Math Grant Awarded to Middle School Group I
state' Department of.Kducation 'In requiring perhaps spoke the most favorablv' of ,. ,. ,.. ... :.
each county:: to submit :Mrs any principal for the new school based 1"A group of Bradford Middle:I i' School( t the BMS Math'Department Dot companied b\ Steve Miller a former the I.S, Elementary;; and Secondary
Lucille Pavno director of cur- management concept, saying mathemalit.llnstrurtor.haverefl1i.11.ed !Moore. Peg Stanwi"-Hay, Virginia BUS math instructor who now writes EducMiion:: Act aufclM 1 .and; improve ,
i rl li'ulum. told the school board 'Apitriiv some ha. ls i is needed lor ,il of the new ubjcclhcs' is needed w how ill get w hat tundn other than the grant to development a sequential( Dumpier began work on the Title 1C 1\- consortium based In Palatka, ,!< simulate change through: plann- (
m :March. 11'so the now compirhcnMe present "I I want another aide becausehe math curriculum designed to raise Innovation and Support Grant presented the proposal to a review In,'. de\elopmen I ..pnd demonstration .,
plan run he s-ubmiited to the >pninrng( at another principal has basic math skill levels r Primary purpose of the grant panel in Tallahassee "
Mate It'p; rtruntedPduet' lion, Mrs one !Dunt'an said if each school was Business :Manager Eddie Douglas'reported preparation to receive this highly On Feb 6 the BMS! math group was .'
I'.ino aid operau-d on the money that Ichool1"'pulilllOlI the approval of the planning competitive grant was to secure fun notified by Commissioner of Education The grant is divided! .into three
'j'h I nhtiftivt-w. '(' made of of goal. generates each principal grant to the school board recently' ding foe developing/ a, plan which Ralph Turlington that the proposal phases! planning' (dm-lopment. and
'ii Nfvcii ITom! n a*. would know what he could or could after he spent the day in Tallahassee would involve students and their entitled "Parents and Students d'monllt'atlon.'Iu'k', plan and
SUI"| ('allt'Uu1; n("14 If not afford pursuing approval Douglas said the parents in a sequential program Succeed' 1 PASS was among thevery budget! for the six-month planning
M.IM.IHIT Kcldu: DouglaH, and .Mrs Supt Casey stressed new' state law planning grunt could nieurh! ; I I'a,.no all rl''nl11o'flrfl'fludop'wn' of t-Uirmg| that !percent of the moneyttincrattd SI.I.S million will be funneled levels on state assessment tests and Thrust of the Title IV.C Innovationand i
Ih,' new t'I'oiuvpt fheKChiMilbourd: ( h>' students in grades KJhi through the Bradford school system the Comprehensive Test of Basic Support (;rant. authori/ed under Tallahassee.
oiipt' ('a'<-\' iud iiH tar a* he knew all usedin the cl.iHioom in those over the next six years if the middle Skills (CTBS). Following school
'h,- arms" 'tip is are I"fat or tll' the 11.'h.w.1 .'\\' grades l and Ho( percent of the* money school Math Department Is&uccetsfuIn board approval on June 30, 1978. the
,, Ioa"l'll management generated In grades! A.I M: l ht' used jn implementing the study amt, further ISMS: math' staff mailed the written County Roads Workshop Set For March 19 I IThe
'Portal prinn|>alx speaking al tlictsi-' r .,...' urging 1I"It'l1 ul'l\ant" lgex and mllll""nll or ir.m"poitaiion or Back. March: 1978 live leacherU,.., !Moore and Peg Stanwix-Hay ac- Bradford County Commission ; has set a special:' meeting for Monday!

:. March 19 to prepare for the upcomIng
annual DOT workshop.
The DOT workshop is set for !March!
23 at 9 a.m. in Lake City District i
Superintendent Walter Skinner and<
r TWO (2) other state road officials can be.expected
to advise county officals as :
': scheduled road.paving programs ;
(.II' Bradford for the next few years at
workshop, to'j
Bradford commissioners
1'1 it
\l IVbm DOT officials by letter at ..
Monday March 6, meeting. '
department of transportation correspondence -..
notified the board .that"
DOT plans to reduce the speed limit
for a short strip of SR-18 from US-SOf*
\ q to Graham Road, around Hampton
Lake, to 45 miles per hour down from
55 ,mph. The county has no jurisdiction -
.' in the decision but DOT wants
Bradford's ,approval and also wants
; the Bradford Sheriff's Department to
be of the reduction,
aware speed
At Monday's meeting the BC board
heard some good news from DOT on
the Market Road railroad crossing A
EVERY NEWTRACTORSOLDLj DOT letter explained the City of
Starke and Seaboard Coastline
Railroad will split the cost of
maintenance once the crossing is installed .
THRU MARCHj17 with no cost to the county
The crossing has been bantered
yOna .ndfwOd.VOldd.lrVUlvur..dYIO-nUn. back and forth for years until DOT
finally agreed in February to Install
the crossing The new safety signal installation
will up the speed limit for
J '; trains at the intersection to be upped
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That announcement pleased both '
i11'Jd ". ; railroad officials and city and county
n )1 { 1.u,1: u H f-f'I \ \k froard/tnembers, whosi ported the ,
t1JJn..l.qy\ faster speed limit soTrams wouldn't :
block key intersections-in Starke for '
so long. They voiced a concern that
trains would slow the action of :
vehicles trying to get :
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Friday Home Opener is "Lady's Night"

Tornado Nine Takes'3r'd I Jr '1.. ; '
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In Palatka TourneyNobody : I II


remembers exactly how In tourney play last week BHS nipped games) and Kenny Clark who zipped .. ',711.
long iU been (at least not anybody Interlachen 3.2 with Jeffery Nor a 2 hitter In losing game two) and we "
that's talking) but all agree that the man's single chasing home Randy played good defense when we had to.
1979 edition of Tornado baseball is off Parado with the game-winning run In We re still averaging about four er
to the best start in many a year. the bottom of the last inning, Bishop rors a game and that's too many but ,
The Tornadoes won two out of three Kenny returned the favor In Friday except for the Bishop Kenny game .
last week in the Palatka Invitational night's semifinals tallying the (where the Crusaders won on a booted bi 'I : '.;
Tournament to run their record to 3-1 deciding run in the seventh inning to play) we've been making the big
before rain muddled the schedule a beat BUS 1-0, In Saturday's consola. defensive plays when we've had to. ,. .'.1 '
bit BHS' Tuesday, March 6, game at tion game the Tornadoes were back to "I'm really ,pleased and proud of \'.," .1'!
Palatka was rained out and their syndrome (all Scott so far. We knew he had the i
rescheduled to Wednesday night at four BHS games have been one run potential but didn't know he would do .* t' :,
the Panther's home field. The Tornadoes nail.biters), topping Palatka 6-5 with so well right off." Hartley said of the ,,
have a date with red-hot Parado again being the last runner to ninth grade righty who has won all 0\\
Gainesville High .m. this afternoon cross home. This time Bill Goodge three Tornado victories while cardinga .
Thursday, Marc 8, at the GHS provided the clutch single to win itSaturday's 1,33 earned run average. The 3-1 Tornado baseball in--bottom row from Mi to Top row. I. to r? ('oacblik.lI.rtlt'; ). Neon Allen D \M i)
field. The Hurricanes are currently victory gave BHS third right Dwayne .Strickland, Hand Parado. Junior Kchorn- Sparks Mike Uilliani, Mark Williams Krtln Tlllman. .
steaming along at a 9-1! pace place in a tournament with no winner. "I think Kenny surprised everyone Ing. Kill Cioodgc, Dinky 'Kilby, Clayton Norman, Jittery Doug Reddish Kenny Clark Ricky Sullivan ,f
Friday night March 9 the Tor- Clay and Bishop Kenny advanced to maybe even himself the way he pit. Norman Keith Northrup. .
nadoes finally get to show the home the finals but do not play each other in ched Friday night," Hartley continued
folks the reasons they're winning In a athletic contests because of a "he had 'em beating ground .,' .' f
game billed as "Lady's Night" by the Hatfield-McCoy type grudge. balls the whole game." rightflelder's head as sophomore stole. second and scored the tying run Norman doubled to left to start the
BHS athletic department. All ladies "Our biggest asset in the tournament "We're happy to get a 3-1 start, nado Randy Parado scampered home, on a wild pitch with'Just one out. Norman bottom of the second. After Goodge /
will be admitted free of charge to the was our pitching," advised especially when you consider we're for the decisive run. Parado led the and catcher Keith Northrup rapped flew out Keith Northrup walked to put I
7:30: home opener pitting BHS against Bradford High baseball coach Mike not playing as good defensively. and inning off with a single and reached K;,back-to-back singles but the runners at first and second. Doug f
Santa Fe's Raiders, a team they beat Hartley "We got real good pitchingout hitting as well as we should be, continued third on a steal and wild pitch before threat was'squelched when the next Reddish flew out for the second out 1
twice last year. of Scott Allen (who won bothNOTICE. the young coach who's made it Kenny Clark drew a walk. Norman two Bradford batters were strikeout but Scott Allen reached when the
his mission to turn Bradford's then delivered his second hit of the victims: Rams couldn't convert his grounder r
baseball fortunes around, "we're hit game to give Bradford its third win in In the bottom of the last the Tornadoes into an out Rlghtflelder Dwayne !
ting about .198 as a team so we're going four games and freshman pitcher won consolation honors on McBride then stroked a single to
to have to start coming through Norman's heroics rlghtf ield to knock In the first two runners J'
Scott Allen his third straight win.
By Court Order, there will bo March 22 7
a meeting Thursday, :30pm.
with the bats or these one run gamesare .Allen again went the distance, The three run Tornado first was and even the count.
at Hampton City Hall, Hampton, Fla, going to start going the other wayon allowing 10 hits but striking out eight also started by Parado. The BUS second Allen allowed just three hits one i
us." and walking just one. baseman led the bottom of the earned run. and two walks In the win 1
for the 6-Palatka S The game was a seesaw affair. Inning off with a single to left and while striking out seven. t I
Bradford broke the Ice with a three after Dwayne McBride reached on an M.I.11-I '
Jeffery Norman powered a last- run first stanza but four unearnedruns error both runners came home when HI.ttii-a !

Inning single to right to knock in the by Palatka tallied with the helpof Kenny Clark's grounder got by the wises'' I... j
winning run as the Tornadoes beat the BHS errors and wild pitches by shortstop. Clark went to second on the i!
hosts in the tourney's consolation Allen pushed the Panthers Into a 3-3 error, stole third and scored on Jeffery
IMPORTANT If you have a lot or family plot, you should be at this game. .tie and then a 5-4 lead. Norman's ground out. BK I -oils, "' ,
meeting Don't miss It. Mark your calendar t 11 Norman's one-out hit came with the The Tornadoes fought back Into a BUS picked up one more run In the
Panther oufield pulled in with runnersat tie with a single run in the last of the fourth. Catcher Keith Northup reach-
NOTICE :1 [' I4 first and third. Jt sailed over the sixth. Shortstop Kenny Clark singled, ed on an error with one out and took Kenny's Pat Mullin twirled a three '
second on Bill Goodge's grounder.
send Bradford to its first
hitter to
third and
The senior then stole was
waved home when Palatka'sbackstop defeat of the season Friday night in .

} fired the ball into leftfield. Palatlcta.Mullin struck out eight as he out-

Do' You Know About P.I11111f1 -..1 dueled Tornado sophomore Kenny
.HI 1111 I 1 1 i Clark, who lost despite fashioning a

., W.AII.Ieltht. __........... 11' _...-_ two hit performance In his first start
_e4_,NI.w.f..v..d.i., of the year.David .
Sparks, Dwayne McBrideand
BUS 3. fntrrlachrn 2 Keith Northrup managed the only
THE BRADFORD PRINTERS hits off Mullin as the Tornadoes never 'i
second base. In the
The Tornadoes won their first of the got a man McBride stroked his
sixth inning
two bottom of the last Inning tourney
single and stole second with one out
Interlachen 3-2
wins when they nipped
but Mullins struck out Sparks and In-
Wednesday. duced Randy Parado to pop out to
Bill Goodge poked a
Shortstop the bases loaded to win the hand BUS another goose egg.
PRINTING ? single with In the last of the seventh the
Before Goodge'soneout
QUICK first round hit BUS game.had Jammed the bagson Crusaders loaded the bases with stolen the
After a
help of a Tornado error.
of walks, a
a single a couple
moved the win-
and ground out
base a
started the
I Ram error. Sparks to third BUS coach Mike
1 Will inning off by getting on base on an error ning run ordered two intentional walksto

liOW YOU and was Joined on the basepaths Hartley load the bases and set up a force
'II// IF NOT....LET US TELL YOU when Randy Parade singled. The duo play at home.
then tried a double steal but Sparks

'was cut down at third with Parado ...'Clgfbitched. rfowhderV= :;; to the*
.1''Ar/ -">.,...... iwE fluiMuw ,IY..Q.or) ( .';;./taking-watched/ -second.out a After base Kenny on balls Clark In Keri.iyDatWif''tt)' a neUJBltth' ball
passed day (the handled eight ground
terlachen: mound himself) but
: to load chances from the

: \ : : ijrl (TYPEWRITTEN COPY OR PREVIOUSLY PRINTED cleanup the: bases.winner.hitter Goodge Jeffery then Norman delivered his home shortstop skipped Bill past Goodge's catcher low Keith throw Nor to

COPY WITHOUT. CHANGES Printed In A Hur.., .) when game Interlachen Steve Brainard had taken doubled the(one lead of thrup to give Bishop Kenny the game.

just three hits off Tornado Scott IK ..I./11 .-Ill
Allen) in one tally and scored the second Itn111H11.-..11WM.i14
himself on a wild pitch by'Allen. I'CI.A.1NMMd. ( ?-..........- '
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COMPARE Roadrunners Club took part in last out said Roadrunner coach

weekend's Florida Relays Marathon George Loper."Needless .
with five local runners finishing the to say this is the ultimateIn
,', grueling 26 mile-383 yard marathon.The distance runnm"." Loper said of
: SAVE actual name of the race was the marathon, "We re all very pleas
almost as long as the course-the ed, myself, the kids and their
Track and Field Association/USA and parents, of. the effort they gave I'm
Florida Relays First Annual Southern really delighted at what they accomplished
Championships and Eighth Annual ,even the kids who didn't

Florida Relays Marathon. finish." ,
iooocopi.' 8V2X11 George Bowen was the first
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Saturday March 3. Bowen's time was
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'' 500 Copies : the youngest girl finisher I
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was' visits Clay High for a 4 p.m. game.
8V&I14 EMPLOYMENT. FORMSLETTERHEADS hrs.-l4:02.: Richard Badillo, 14, Bradford Its home season
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I' Tornado Lifters Crush S Fe ., ;; Boy's Team Back to .500

Bradford High weightliftera crushed ": '
Santa Fe 56-14 Wednesday Feb 28, ,'ti" Level with Two Net 'Wins :
'w.. in the next to4aat meet before the \
state AAA title contct I

'k BUS faced Fernandina Beach at Y BHS' boys tennis squad won both of PoitbloM Orlfri.r..4 ..... ever
home Wednesday. March 7, in the t their matches last week to up their WWam $.... B tTr dae.....-.....
i regular season finale.The Tornadoes t current winning streak to three matches itis. .v a*Howli-KorWW, U.
runnerup in last year's state 1j won-Iost
lift am) even their season
cbllm have a record.
a he for the 1979 AAAch.mpionatdps road BHS4PKY3The
A 4-3 win over P.K. Yonge
to be held Saturday Tuesday, March ft, coupled with a 5-2
March 17, at Buchholz High School in ;: victory over Clay llign the previous Tornadoes avenged an earlier
Gainesville.The Wednesday gave the Tornadoes a 5-5 defeat at the hands of the Waves witha
win over Santa Fe was a ) r season mark with three matches 4-3 win in Gainesville.Just .
breather for Bradford, with Tor- ____ c scheduled for this week. Eastside as in the earlier match Tor-
nadoes taking the top spot in all but comes to,Starke to play Bradford today nadoes Steve Griffis, Chub Johnson,
one class. Randy Thompson again March' 8, with BHS hosting and Rip Pratt won the first three
shattered the school: record In the J Baker Monday, March 12, and singles matches but this time BHS got
clean and Jerk(in competition)with a Visiting Ea'lIlde'Tuesday' afternoon. the one win in double they needed.
lift of 285 pounds.That lift helped him Pratt and Carlos Hernandez combined -
bust his own school total standard Tornado Timmy Jones totaled 520 : it for an 8-3 win in the crucial
with a 610 total for the meet.In the 132 division ,. + number two doubles match to save
pounds to win the 1(5 pound IMI ,' ,furl rA (1 BITS a-Palatka Z
division Lin Davis
pound powered upa against Santa Fe last Wednesday. the win for Bradford.
total of 430 pounds to win that
The Tornadoes won four of five
weighed classification In at and 124 more poundsjust Importantly one 111-Yoomans. IHS 2 S23JJJOtJonklns singles matches to clinch the win over "Just like last time we needed to
pound out of the 123 pound division he INS, 24S-2M-4W. the Panthers. Steve Griffis won a split In doubles to beat PK and this
tiebreaker match at number with
I1S- ". IHS one "
time and Carlos
(and Bradford Coach David Hurse) Rip came through.
hopes he'lIlin in at state. IHS, 22S20SS10.UnlCoullos Brothers Chub and Chuck Johnson practice their doubles play for Bradford Chub Johnson, Rip Pratt, and Robby said tennis coach Mike Sexton.
Other Bradford winners Wednes- Sf, 520; Scott, INS The Tornado nettejv won both of their matches last week to even their season Pierce having easier times of it.
Griffis and Pratt combined to win
day were Timmy Jones Charles 241-210-475. record at 3-5. the number onedoubles match while Slnglo' i Orlffl.. BHS. ever MtCouly S-1J
Mark Johnson,INS, Willis B-3 ", .
Yeomans, Bobby Martin. ever ; ott IHS
Jones, and Mike Ricks. Second place Pierce win in and number Hernandez two doubles.teamed up fora ever"'".B-5[k........"", f KV,.....He,.
finishers in the dual meet were Alton nandat.Ml Gharlb PKV, over Plorco'.3.
Moore, Isaiah Jenkins, Danny Tennis Split Leaves.Lady Tornadoes 4-6 Griffis, INS over Copokmd
Nugent, Daryl Thornton Allen Scott tlabraakar. Chub Johnson, BMS. over Hit- Doublosi McCowly-Charlb, PKV. Over
and Al Chapman. Hubert Berry and cKeotk S-5f Pratt, SHJ, ever loyd BSrSlgmon Johns.n-GrIHis .'1 Mabraakar. ) .ProMHarnandai -
Marn Loftis scored for Bradford The Lady Tornado tennis team split PKY5-BIIS2 Doubloti MlU-CIord| "KV, ova JohnsInfanta INS, Pyna-tfoulmonn
points p, avar He.......... S-3; "lore., Over
with third place showings. two matches last week to make their Only Elise Johns and Karen Macy .B-Ol Howord-Tallmon. PKY, over IHS, eves Io/p.rl.y 41. S-,.
season record 4-6. managed wins as the Blue Wave girls Thorn. B3.BHSSPalatkai
Summary (first numb, I I. bixh scored their second win of the season
p,..., .conrf number. cl..n and |.rk, BUS beat Palatka $-2 Wednesday, over Bradford.
third numtxr total for IHS lifters). Feb. 28, before losing to P.K. Yongeby Johns won 8-2 in the number three
114-Mortln.SHS.1MMSS-JI5;Nugmt the same score Tuesday afternoon.The singles match while Macy won by the The Lady Tornadoes won four of 1 1 I I
IHS 14S-13S-2IO; Harris. SF, 210. i same score in the number five match. five singles matches In topping the
Bradford girls play three matches Lady Panthers.
123-Rkks. IHS 170-135-305; Pagan, 1
SF, 315; Loft/.. IHS 140-15-225. this week starting with a home Slnglost' Mil... PKY B-3 over Jotkal; II- Janice Jockel, Elise Johns, Terri 1 1
132-Davls IHS 325-205-430) Thorn- match against Eastside today,Thurs. |ard. "KV, 0".' Infanta $.">,John.. IMS,, Thomas, and Karen Macy all won ,, ,. ,,,:,., ., ., ?.,,, ?,,,. .r.-x
ton. BHS. 43!-115.310. day, March 8. BHS hosts Baker Coun- 0".' Howard '.1} Tollman, "ICY,>,aver singles matches while Johns teamed ,
14S-M. Jon.., IHS 24S-IS5-430; ty Monday March 12, before visiting Tho",.. B-2; Mocy, SHJ. ever Malk...... with Cecilia Infante to win the / 0 0 I 0A
Morgan, SF, 420) Barry. IHS Eastside Tuesday, March 13. "2, 4 number one doubles match in an 8-0
115170355. breeze.

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in Green Cove Spring : Improving by four st"au evar was scheduled1 to IaY l .
Even in the low Tornado senior' time out they ought to be scoring lfl ker County in Macctenny WedW" r ;.4Gooehing:
lASTERS Richard Gaines was mam. low the 20's-fey district tournament time, '':tqand> has a hqme match with Live .' 'II' .
chuckled coach A''" '''' >k Tuesday March 13 and tit I; ;;;,:" vt .
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layout at Clay three o"g' tft improve and for Richard to be just i y. March 14. y "r1rtr
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Lak41t File which he took a 10 on last ',.' deSBrvedl Was ceJ:tv 1'.
New Wrestling Cliib Meets Each TuesdayHSHIN' JU's fiery Tatta Lock* named suite ;College)
The weather Wasn't too bad at first, stroke Herres better h42ffeeB2 flL .r Year In a Jacksonvtlhs journal poll of Florida's & colle.. prfuel4 l l9i3e0 .
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got wor e. ." I J 'I season-opening 156-19 los* at, Bradford! High( SchoolftnedWtaitl 7:30: to 9:30 p.m. at B)iS. ,,> ,'"
i jilu' -Lt7 t >, Gainesville Buchholat. Craig ;;,ft.- ) e meetings and workouts,w|+' iI.I' ? ,
Mf R.F, Btfaa&pnd.,J; head; .for and Randy Andrews also I sr'i':''4' i 'wit' I the directlon.ottloathr; tJ.'n ." :\II i;$( ,

MelroBe Ba&jTgurjn&wless WOUld.haV$ their! marks the second time win beme 'tlnf ,. !l 1' preparations fi>r>>th11l>e toexfc'n:,, II tffl& t : t 1'l "
wind!, t< hightYe! ,) alsgviiadless, <. r' .. td.I'1''Ft school wrestling sessoit anoT' Ft'' ay'bight In a'first i dNCAAga to vibt A rt e. Kan. ,''t
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The wind kept moyW\ all diiy and .. 'alii. ( Locke outpotled FSU mentor Joe Williams\ vote to 4 the award.
the evening the rain came. At 4 p.m.Irk UF coach John Lot by the way. the target of ample(media criticism but little '
the wind switched to the northwest:it of the fan criticism that breeds firings, didn't get a vote in the poll after
sure was cold after getting soakingwet. core-Keepers "leading" Florida to an 8-19 mark. To be fair this 'is the first Lots year of six that

,tit ... the Gators haven't won more games than was predicted in the t pro-season.
: L TIPS r Needed FSU's 6-9 Murray Brown won Mont Valuable Player recognition by an a vote Ito
At 5 p.m. +all BasstYiasters'Veturned 6 margin over JU's James Ray. Brown led the nation in field goal percentage '
to the landing for the''Weigh-jn.) Wayne with a 69 percent success rate in averaging 21.7 points and ..3 rebounds whil R
Mundorff was the winner and his son from .Tom Mann Scorekeepers are needed for Starke Ray was the catalyst In Jacksonville' surge to the top. j\; !
Terry placed second. Wayne also Recreation Department Softball and Dirk Ewing of Stetson, a 19 point per game fundamentalistPenny", / Greene I
landed the largest bass fortpe day. The ..illdimWst I burr Ism In, run u-llli ,a .plaslli \\1mThb baseball games this year. South Florida's floor leade:, UF senior Malcolm Ceiwre.; a/and.Florida State's l
null !"II' Anyone interested Tony Jackson, the passer who made Murray Brown what) }}vas,rounded out
'iin<|iir>'li Those Mundorff JsroihersVure i had nil the, 1 priili-KiiiHial l hrornuuitutr t.r( ,xuiir lilc'Uim. .*. for games of the 1979 season should an All-Florida college team. South Florida's Tony)( Washam" won a Rookie' of the I
their day. On behalf of the club I I tut IMiol III, ami that* $IU1t' 10 SET:: THE IUKK: contact Cheryl Godwin at the Recrea- Year poll over Ewing and Mike Hackett of JU. : ;! *- .
would like to congratulate Wayne and .1, !Immli.. the pl.i-.tii worm Imi I.i,,t UI \lllllllc1., I lllTv'n llOW I clll tion Department phone 964- 792. or If there was a vote for state team of the year IlmaglneJU.uld" get skimpy
Terry on their performance they just (..lIIlhl1.11 OMT tlinv-lonrllli, nl it. hint. 1 much Ills PK! |ovnrcltin come by the Old Armory. If have nod over Florida State. The Seminoles also finished 19-10<<>>and,split with JU during
kept plugging In the'right(paces i the IMIIS ,",'1. u lot nf flvlii'tiiK'ii lii "<". qiik kly rtt'l' } till slue k out never kept score but are Interested you in the season... .
viy tlicy t'uii'I i-iitfli mitt ml it. cit my line-. 'IM-IU! low and mulilriilv I. learning call for information. If ..If you ask me the NCAA tournament has the fairest draw created in recent J
On Saturday. March 3, eight' \\VII.: I'Ml.ilkitl tit tliinlxamls whip my nil tip over mylieail enough years-exactly the purpose of the new seeding Locke was upset that JU
members of our clubv entered an of ,lislivrincit. "" In M-tiiiiinri, liiniut > ( with 1111) IH! > twi-liiincUclKlMril new the recreation scorekeepers are Interested didn't get a first round bye in the expanded 40 team field but the NCAA seeded '
open bass tourney on Orang : Lakea t5'. : <.|nest* )uw.iril thin notion'.mil I |Ice clink,1| I ;:I \cull TOM'S IniixtiT.IIHKH CL() I\o.: 'TI Ili: will set up a clinic-if not new every team and gave the high-ranked clubs like Indiana State and UCLA the 1
They were paired as followw''WTt, free passes to the second round, not teams with 10 losses like Jacksonville, and I
1 .ir know the. nmlbleul.1'li'ctitiu (rollMi Keep: )tier liiMiku. .M>> thy' scorekeepers will be shown how on an
Smith and Wayne Mundorff.'EdwlnJohro > dull know whoa tiKMt tlu* will hang. on your tlimnlimiilwlirn Individual basis.Hand that's just the way It should be., The new setup alkoeliminates! situations such as '
With Earl Muse Pat Welch. I. ,,' lllHlfc., 'ft'II'wl''lt I I ll'.llil. I tlH'lll.; ti..>tiil. I'lih halo 1'iimliiiiontliH the one of a few years back that pitted second-ranked l Kentucky and third-
with Harold Branham and,'Don*',..I I ,I r UIHCN:". TO !>KT 'llllilKXJk: .) crud it t.ilccH u sli.irp l h..k ranked Marquette In the first round...
Thompson along Elwood Smyth. in ring' 'Io. Vim do it the InstantTIIII to ,Ran-' Carry: u Iixxl. ""l\-
fivl a tntf on tlu1 lino, or M'ltiny I hull Iii,>, uml toiieli "I'l'fY Weaving ..Picking winners in the NCAA's is kind of like eating soup with a butter knife
A total of 46 boats and 92 bass ,lill 'n'I"'"' -in your IJIK* Much liiHik point Iliat ....,-,1. it. Tlifn. frH\ but I'm foolish enough to try anything once... or twice... or until I get it right.
fisherman were involved In the sis (tI Minion Set itlfllt'. |II mall' 'practlrilunv Dud wlu'ii, to nut ,, -i "V' Out of the East regional will come North Carolina, the Mideast champ figures too
tourney that was scored by total catch liter cull |I.< too lateretcr= unit that hiN>.. and the lish will 'get. '.''i Demonstration Set be Michigan State Indiana State will stay unbeaten through the Midwest and
of each boat. Every Bradford 1 iiifiin iifCcT, ,.,'tt.", k-t u IMS th point! ," ..this is tough... San Francisco pulls an upset In the West. The winner of the

Hassmaster entered scored in the top to "From sheep to shawl" is the final four is... how 'bout let's see how I do with the regional before we go that ,
10 boats. theme of the Gainesville Hand- far. \

.weaver's Guild demonstration and .
Pat and Harold took fifth lace. Jury Summons Method to Save exhibits at the Florida State Museumin
W.T. '.,and Wayne were sixth. Edwin Gainesville, this Sunday March U, High School Final Four Sl
and Karl placed seventh, and Elwood
and Don took tenth. In a mote calculated to .navethcntoitmls dish! explains. Time consumed In 1:304:30: p.m.Handwoven Just four teams are left in each high school classification. They meet in
i. in money and time jury preparing the regular mailing as opposed wall hangings, pillows, Lakeland this weekend to decide who gets to be number one. i
To put the icing on the cake W.T. liunln'nn111 be sent by regular mailin to registered mail Is cut in half vests and rugs, the results of this One team on BUS' schedule Jacksonville Bishop!Kenny Is still alive in the 3A
Smyth landed the largest bass of the the Eighth Judicial Circuit. Sheriff also.Reddish complicated and time consuming fight. The Crusaders play defending state champ Ocala Vanguard tonight!
day a 10 pound-6 ouncer. Dolph Reddish explains. said there are "built-in handiwork will also be on display at Thursday March 8.> at 7 p.m. In the state semis at the Lakeland Civic Center
Taxpayers. will be saved an way to check on prospective the Museum In the Object Gallery. A Vanguard is 30-3 after a 62-60 win over number one ranked Cocoa last Saturday I
Edwin landed the second largest bass l'tolinHII.ctI.tHHllo) S5.IHH) in Bradford jurors who deny they received their 'table loom will be available for visitors before an overflow Ocala crowd. r
of the contest, weighing over 8 ('ounlf due to anew ruling by Circuit notices. But the sheriff declined to Interested In trying their hand at Unranked Bartow and number hide Hallandale meet in the other 3A semi Friday
pounds. Judge Therein A. Yawn chief administrative divulge his tactics on how to check on weaving. night. :
r I IOn judge of the Eighth;; avoiding jury duty. Other semifinal matchups have number four Martin County versus third-
'behalf of the club I want to congratulate Judicial Circuit headquartered inAlachua /:' ?l don't expect any problem." Red- "From sheep to shawl" techniques rated Pensacola Washington and fifth ranked Miami Jackson against number
these Bassmasters for-an': 1 County but which includes' .\ dish predicted. "We get about 80 to 85 include spinning, winding a .warp, eight Lakeland in 4A. The 2A pairings have co-number one Vernon, the state's
outstanding Jofeand.,, for making;; Bradford and Union Counties; The percent service; between knocking ont warping a loom, and weaving on a only unbeaten at 25-0,' against eighth-ranked Hilliard, '-and'co-number'one"''
/believer out ''of.some'of the surrounding ruling came after a request; by S7terift4Reddish. .the door and registered mail. floor loom. Demonstrations will also Wildwood versus number six Pahokee. In IA play defending champ Sarasota
clubs that Bradford County i, ;,Regular mailing was initiated after Include twined basketry and 3 ,different Booker meets number eight Tallahassee Maclay and top-ranked Daytona
Starke. produces some 'Of the best" Jurors/ !summoned for ,J.he4ippy, ]'/, ;a request from Reddish was studied types of, weaving card- ring Warner Christian\ e. (ranked Pompano Highlands Christian. ;
l fishermen}, jn the god oIdy.Sav! .: ; : '. *n'Marifmurtlc'r: trial scheduled to start .'.:'by Circuit Judge Oscee Pagan and ap- and Inkle. ',, : ",. : .} ", *. ;tf "',. 'Qj1'f.. .a&.. V ,;V,
.:.t.. "" )'sv, ,: IOII\U) \ )'.,i lurch: willjjcahejast t6: : proved by Yawn. Ordinary mailing ''x i .
Satifjdajr,:,: \jdr'cli" .10t"; : Y3hi ."H-c'i'ivc thi-ir t jury Summons; byn'( "'. has Bassmaslw Club'will jfeturnVtoorange > registt'iccimail.I The post mail will be ''this is the first' time it will have been and yarns will be explained duringthe Cheeriradere: Spread too Thin'?!' 1';'/, -.; .
Lake,for'the monthly tourney. delivering the notice to Serve ore a tried In the Eighth Circuit. demonstrations; goat llama '
lioatsvwill be launched at the county iurv bv regular mail from now on. Reddish commended the circuit sammoyed dog and poodle Include More than one reader hasjmentioned to this writer that Bradford HighSahoolj 1
landing with"jhe{ tournament beginning Sheriff Reddlsh.said\ he made the judges on taking such an important 'a(! e types of yarns and mushroomglgel& cheerleaders W ren'tat enough bash rtlball games this winter. w.....i-w'f.' I '
;at 6 U1'-lrfltnding:! at 6 p.m. rtqut9 1 lo thanpt;!'dd"r.rr... fum:... rmeR mA. ,. ,I .. .....,.I rTMfiJfl' ttf(tie cd1' mentafhdardwe 't really taking aim at the girls whoerv0* ;. '"
TRs! could AWVVain-burner; ( ; if the mllnll.llflf'r1 a!st; :: y rne 'sysle"r';" ? -'F type*or'dyes used by the Guild. as cheerleaders at BUS but at a system that has just one unit of varsity
weather cooperates, now is the time "hn"l'lljurlll'II xiertus inclined toapjxar Regular mailing of jury duty summons i1The cheerleaders during the hectic winter season <( to j hind that old Hawg. (alter receiving a letter as theywere is the second step Judge Yawn' Haridweavers Guild consists/ ball teams this year).
il served by a deputy or by has taken to improve the operation of members who are professionals, One reader wrote: "The fact that the BUS cheerleaders made very few road
Sydney Jackson and Dale Eichhornwere rcnislm'd! mail. the circuit court. Reddish said, referring teachers, and beginners interested in trips with the basketball team this year, and didn't attend the district games at
visiting at our last meeting of li's u chiiiigt of philosophy by the to the change in policy to hold the craft of weaving. In 1973! the all is very unfortunate..the cheerleaders represent the school board.
March 6. court. Sin-rill Reddish says, com hearings and trails for prison inmatesat group formed the Gainesville! Hand.weaver's superintendent, principal and student body to all other schools in our area, plus
plimonling Judge fawn a former the prisons. Guild; originally they had give the team members support In their game efforts. The BUS sports program
It is my understanding that .the i-nnnty fudge hoiv. tar his willingness "It has saved my office and the been a textile)troup. is recognized as a first class operation and should have the same in its
much needed Hampton boat ramp is to 8f court procedure of long Division of Corrections thousands of cheerleaders."
complete and in use. A catwalk is be-, aiut. ';" ;n favor: of a moneysaving dollars and cut the case load. It's been For additional information, call the
ing constructed at the county landingon movejn(cruirnl: ; limes such as the present a tremendous Impact in a positive Department of Interpretation at the Others have wondered why Bradford doesn't split its cheerleaders up into
little Santa Fe,Lake. 1Bradford way." Sheriff Reddish states. FSM 3921721. units like many other schools do and send them to different events. One coach
County alone mails over presented the same question to me' on a night when his team was without
On behalf of the Bass Club and taxpayers 1 1.200 summons a year to serve on judy cheerleader support. He then answered his own query by saying "with a small I
Firemen But Not
I'would like to give thanks to duty. Subpoenas to appear as a jurorare Two Quit, Dept. HamperedWith :3A school like this though we can't really do that." I couldn't help him with a
the board of county commissionersfor still hand delivered. needed basketball
suggestion though it appears one especially during
their support. The county has been "We're talking about 15 cents a letter ;
Starke firemen Dennis a regular force of six men. season. A
lacking in boat ramps for years. as opposed 10"Sf,40" Sheriff Redp Rhoden and Tim Crews leaving the Said Sapp, "I don't blame them one I certainly can't fault the girls. who I saw practicing every day after school at I.
fire department recently for more bit for leaving: when they started BHS. After all, there's only so much one group of girls can do. On the other side
lucrative job offers, the Starke forceIs work I let them know the pay was not of the coin is the mother of one Of the JV cheerleaders who was distraught over
looking for two replacements but what it should be."The fire chief add- the number of nights her daughter had to spend at basketball games and away
Chief Eldon Sapp says the ed the current force may have to pull from school boo (.. ; "
capabilities have not been hampered. extra duty until the new men are ; 4,' 1 t''.,' 5AI',1r' :."!,f"- -
"GET A'CASH REFUND Rhoden leaves Sunday March 11. hired but overtime will be paid. .! '.i ::Sv.,' I'' .- ," '. '... :
for 'position at Camp Standing, "It's happened before and the v Lady-Tornado Gratis Made Good
while Crews has been working for an department won't be hampered by
DIRECT FROM ::t } Insurance company. Along with the the changes Sapp said...The normal Cassandra'Johnson*' and Betty Hudson, coed sport stars at BUS a few'years
)fro dismissal: of John Ramsey earlier manpower schedule will remain the back and standoutson) the local women's Softball scene will soon be starting
Rhoden and Crews' departures same with two men on each. 24-hout; 7' their second seasons as scholarship volleyball payers! means ,,the 'Starke department will shift.i! :?! ; .' munity College in Gainesville. ,
GENERAL ELEC'RIC ,,' I 4Jfoped The local girls.will start spring'workouts!soon l in preparation of a sophomore
: .,, season sure to be more enjoyable than last ye' r'a three-win season. SFCC had t
Licente Tag Required to use a dirt court to practice on last year and no home games this year. This
IF YOU ADb-ON.): OFT MODERNIZE: YOUR PRESENT season they'll practice and play In ajipunking new gym. "
< TALLAHASSEE Moped operators the t requirement was'delaYed six: .Jiii; = '-' =;'" ;::;;;;"Gi r ...:.r" {
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jifprlngUme in the South" wUiihe description of some 71 fashions .'.j'
th rne of th_junior Woman's Clutrannual modeled by 41 ladles, gentlemen and \":,,
fashtofvahow Mid spaghetti supper children as the models gracefully \:' :
llda tyenJnl, M n:b 2. glided across the stage. .d,1.','
R i l Y ',A1"p .tt spper witttttsalttd. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stevenson : '
; gull" ao_ :sndufctl tvaskerv..d played background music of drum .' .'
j butte?$ vltH each Individual table and piano. The stores participating In ''" \!\I i II
decors to., !in'pastel I fcofor: *.'candk anda the fashion show were Leilas.Stumps Oar 'It,'
et prlngl1ow :1 and TG&Y. <., ,
SouthjariffidsUMa! Introtdgthefasbia | The highlight of the evening-was .. ,-i
.. with the 'stwtU?!of demonstration of the, new rhymatic ;, ,\
Scarlett F Rhett,Butler Gareth Jones>tthrpugh: dancers were Robbie Pierce: and Shan ," :!
, a spring garden;' That stagel4was Edwards Robin Chism and Lisa''Milo f
decorated, ith ferns, spring flcwers, chell and Joey Herres and Brenda ; 1
columns and.white wicker furniture Roberts. This dance has its own particular y c t' ;
looking Into a lawn surrounded! by awhile type of dance code and Leilas
Joey llerres whirls Brendtf Huberts during the disco exhibition at last Fri picket fence. and Stumps provided the dancer with "
day's Spring Fashion Show'sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club. Three Mrs. Rose Register gave the their outfits.
I couples. Shan Edwards and Robbie Pierce Lisa Mitchell and Randy Chism, t ,
. and Brenda and Joey, each danced Individually and as a group %
Denise Winkler Honored attwo: Parties RecentlyMiss ;

:: Home Life Program At Woman's Club Denise Winkler:, whose mar tray as a memento of the occasion. : I I
I :. riage to Bill Adams will be an event of
y ,;.J. Wednesday, March 14 March 17, was honored at two parties A bridesmaids luncheon was given )
..,. In the past week.Thursday for Miss Winkler on Saturday, March :
evening, Feb. 22, Miss 3, by Mrs. Ken Martin and Mrs. '
". The; Home Life Department will Hostesses will be Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Winkler was honored at a kitchen James A.Jones,aunts of the honoree,
have charge of the program at the chairman, Mrs. J. H. McClane, Mrs. shower given by Mrs. Donald Thorn- at the Jones home in Jacksonville.The '1
Woman's Club luncheon meeting Gilbert Goldwire, Mrs. Lester Crews, ton, Miss Cindy Rowell and Mrs. bride-elect and six attendantswere
- Wednesday. March 14, at 12:15: p.m.. Mrs., Paul Raymond, Mrs. W. H. Gloria Strickland at the Kingsley seated at a table in the dining
with Mrs. W. H. Thomson. as chair Thomson Mrs. Bill Powell, Mrs. Al Lake home of the latter. room. The table was covered with a
: man. Carlisle a nd Mrs. Ervin Andrews. The refreshment table was ]lace cloth and centered with an ar
,. centered with an arrangement of rangement of daisies, carnations and
yellow and white pompoms and baby's breath. ti
daisies. The punch bowl was encircled The IS other guests were seated at
" .. I Ii with a garland of ivy interspersedwith four card tables which were covered
pompoms and daisies. with embroidered linen cloths and
i Hwy 21 I Games with prizes were played dur centered with arrangements of (I
M'J' s-- ing the party hours,7:30: and 8 p.m. by daisies.purple statice and baby's f
the 12 guests. breath in bud vases. ,S
Melrose Fla. Dried floral corsages were The hostesses presented the
presented to the honoree her mother, honoree with the platter to her chosen Pretty Phyllis Trotter and Gareth Jones were Khrll Butler and Scarlet O'llaraIn
Formerly Bernie & Jeans Silver Star Mrs. Warren Winkler and mother of china pattern as a memento of the oc- Springtime In the South last Friday night as they opened the 197 Spring
the prospective groom, Mrs. H. H. .c a s i o n. Fashion Show sponsored by the Starke Junior Woman's Club.
', Adams. The hostesses also gave Miss Assisting In serving were Miss Jan Thirty-nine model paraded over 70 outfit from Ti&\'.Stump's,and Leila's In
resents. '. Winkler a Florentine pattern serving Martin and Miss Jacqueline Martin. front of a packed house In the Slarke Woman's flub. The guests ate a spaghetti
............._ _ e supper and watched the fashion show.,
I : A very polished disco dance exhibition was staged by three couples Lisa Mitchell .
I Miss Dora Triest Honored J at Several PartiesThe and Robin ('hlsDl, Shan Edwards and Robbie Pierre, and Urenda ItobrrU
SUGAR BEAR and Joey llerres. as the finale of the show
Miss Dora Trlesti, whose marriageto Educational Building of Hope
Wed. Thru Sun. Lonnie Broome will be an event of Baptist Church Was\ the setting of a
March 24,- has been honored at bridal shower for Miss Triest Tues- ,Mrs. Johnson Given Farewell Coffee Feb. 28
March 14 Thru 18'I several parties recently. day night.Feb. :given by the ladles Roy
A bridal shower was given for Miss of the church.
21 Thru 2528ThruApril Triest at the Hampton City Hall given Game prizes were awarded to Mrs: Roy Johnson was honored at a The hostesses presented the
I by'Mrs. Joann Hicks, Mrs. Jeanie Roberta Dodd and Debbie Broome. farewell coffee Wednesday, Feb. 28, honoree with a parting gift as a
I 1 Broome and Mrs. Debbie Broome.On point of interest was a large table at 10 a.m. given by Mrs. Butch Trot. memento of the occasion.
their arrival corsages of silk filled with doll cakes. The center doll ter and Mrs, J. T. Carver at the homeof 15 friends stopped by during the
flowers were presented to the bride- being the bride in white dress and the latter on Country Club Road. morning to wish Mrs. Johnson a
Seafood Buffet Friday Nights elect, her mother, Carlie Triest, long veil. Around the bride in proper The refreshment table was covered farewell.Mr. .
grandmother Louise Hall,' the prospective hair and dress color were the atten- with a Kelly green linen cloth and and'Mrs. Johnson and family
Good Food. & Entertainment, ,.,"?" groom's mother, Francis .idants. The scene -vas complete withIJbe centered by a green,yellow and gray moved'from E. Call street to Jacksonville -
Broome and,,, grandmother.Mrs.( ... little flower girl carrying a lace silk flower arrangement during the weekend.
: ntKjfT; 7t7a'i p.'Ofl.f WPHc DftnTHW' .. .''Etoinv Broome of Orlando., .;.- iikinr .basket filled witlt aady owen;: 7T.:: as ,_ *,. ii, oJ, I ,. '.
lJ A Valentine theme' used, .. .' for 'wetsMrs ;..,
.., 'of''" was Hostesses<< pie evening N I ancyArwoVcTlffcriard r : League To WecTMStcTl 't7
Weekend'And Hear throughout the hall in decorations and Belle Lowell, Mrs. Linda
refreshments. .$Wllvan( Mrs. Grace Seorle, Mrs.
Thirty guests enjoyed the occasion Mary Hersey, Mrs. Sherrie Gnann, Mrs. Margaret Carter Arwood of The wedding will be at the Grace
Mrs.Janice hail Mrs. Helen llersey, Jacksonville announces the engage- United Methodist Church of Lawteyon
RANDY BRYAN'SSOUTH Tuesday, Feb. 24, Miss Triest was Mrs. Brenda Jones, Mrs. Peggy ment of her daughter Nancy Renee to Saturday, March 17 at 11:30: a.m.
honored with a shower given by Chris- Hersey, Mrs. Roberta Dodd, Mrs. Richard Andrew League, son of Mr. with a reception in the church
BOUND EXPRESS ty Redding, Mary Redding and Mrs. Alma Packam Mrs. Marcia Lee,. and Mrs. Daniel League of Jackson- Fellowship Hall
Norman Redding at the home of-the Mrs. Debbie Griffis and Mrs. Mary ville. The bride-elect is also the daughterof
,, latter in Saratoa Heights. Redding. the late Wesley Lee Arwood, Jr. of
{ Appropriate games were played Fifty-five guests enjoyed the occa Miss Arwood Is the granddaughter Jacksonville.All .
FREE DISCO LESSONSEVERY with prizes being awarded to Tracy sion. of Mr and Mrs.C. F. "Bub"Carter of friends and relatives are invited \
George and Sonja Baldree. Lawtey. to attend.
THURSDAY NIGHTNew Invited to share this occasion were
f the bridesmaids and school friends of JuniorWoman's Club KLPOA Members To Hold Supper In New ClubroomMembers
Class Forming Wednesday Night the couple. Also attending were the
mothers of the couple Carlie Triest To Meet March 12
Call 475-1422 And Sign Up and Francis Broome.Central of the Kingsley Lake Property walls, and doing the necessary paint'ing -
The Junior Woman' Club will meet Owners Association will gatherat and redecorating. i
I Monday. March: 12 at 7:30: at the 6 o'clock Saturday afternoon for a '
I p.m. in the club's Gerald D. Moran, KLPOA I
club house. covered dish supper new president
Wake to Warmth with Hostesses will be Mrs. Freemn meeting place the former Nail's .said the building available,on
Up Road A, rental basis, to social and
Register, III and Mrs. William Mar- Store on 18- recently purr a groups
chese. chased from F.W. Strickland. organizations for use to hold meetingsor
Further plans will be discussed for Committees have been at work in entertainment events Anyone interested
Heat and Air! the Strawberry Pageant which will be recent weeks, cleaning the buildingand may contact Mr. Moran at
held March grounds, paneling the inside Kingsley Lake, 533-2802.
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Robin MilnerNamed p-r60 Head Start Student

to ,: T

i I Cean's List Smith of BerMn; Ohio "f Applications Now

, has spent the past w
parents, Mr. and Mrs. tho
Robin Milner of Starke was namedto Being AcceptedApplications
the Dean's LIst by Joel II.Mullenlx, Mr and Mrs. Robert Stefaftflll of Celebrate9th
Dean of the College, at Penoacola Gainesville, Mr and Mrs Albert I'
Christian College for academic w__ e Stefanelli and Mr. and Mrsyy Ii for Project Head Start
achievement during the fall semester 11' vi Johnson of Jacksonville anMrs.yne Birthday T' y are now being taken In Bradford
of the 1978-79 school year. Robin was James Biggs of Atlantic Beach and County for economically deprivedand
named to the Dean's List as a result of families were Sunday visitors of their handicapped children for the
earning a "B" average or higher. Q parents Mr. and Mrs Henry Wednesday, a 1. 197940 program year.
A fundamental, independent,Chris- Stefanelli at Hampton Lake.
tian Institution Pensacola Christian To be eligible a child must be four
College opened its doors in the fall of Mr and Mrs. Charlie Wiggins of Feb. 28 years of ace by January I, 1980, and
1978 to its fifth year class enrolling Stockton Ga. were Sunday visitors of the family I Income must fall within.
nearly 800 students. Robin is attending Mrs. L. D. Vining. .t federal guidelines. "*";
one of the fastest growing Chris i
tian colleges In the United States to- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. UnderiU and Welfare and foster children .Are'
day. \ I Iv family of Indiatlantic and Mri" and Jody, Jennifer and Jason Hrown eligible regardless of income, but
Robin Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mendetta of Jacksonvillewere birthday. families must present the agency

Mrs. Robert L. Milner. H. weekend Moncrief.guests of Mr.and Mrs.J. Jody, Jennifer and Jason Brown, (great-grandparents), Mr. and Mrs. with certification showing their present
triplet children of Mr and Mrs. Marvin Richard P. Gnann and Mindy, and income status.
Brown celebrated their ninth birthday Mr. and Mrs.Jeffrey S. McRae,all of Interested persons may register at
Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Coins
of the Bradford Head Start Center
Wednesday evening,Feb.28,ata Theressa and Mr. and Mrs. Robert G.
Gainesville were Saturday night hamburger cookout their of Theresa and located at the R.J.E. School in Bradford
BIRTHS given by Bitgood and Kim Hope
of Mr. and
guests Mrs Frank Mildred
call 964-8342
Palmer Sr. parents and grandparents, Mr. and Valley, R.I.. Miss Jennifer Gagnon of County or or
\ Mrs. Julian E. McRae at the home of Keystone Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Social Services Coordinator
the latter in Theressa. of Starke. 3625283.
Gib Brown(grandparents)
John and PrIscilla Kenney, Jr.
Don Crowson of Jacksonville The was held (in "grandpa'scookshack1' Other great-grandparents who
Starke announce the birth of a son,
Justin Damian born March 2 In visited his uncle, Claude Crowson on a screened-ln cooking were unable to attend because of illness Starke PersonalsMisses
r, Alachua General Hospital Sunday building in back of the McRae home.A are Mrs J. E. Brown and Mr.
i Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. table at the end of the specially and Mrs. Russell McRae of Starke
John Kenney, Sr. and Mrs. Elizabeth ri Mrs. John Adams and children of made picnic table held the gifts, Adrienne Barry and Mary
Stalnaker. Great grandparents are ,," Gainesville spent the weekend with which were opened prior to the sup Evans of Birmingham Southern Col-

Mr and Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Mrs. .., Dr. and Mrs. H. 11. Adams per.Centering DUPLICATE BRIDGE lege spent the weekend with,Mrs. A.
Thelma Reddish of Starke and Mrs. ". the picnic table was a CLUB RESULTSMrs. J. Barry
\. Myrtle Kenney of OdenvUle, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and giant sheet cake decorated with blue,
family have moved from 1612 E. Call yellow and pink roses and centered .Charlie Riddle and Kate Hern- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead
l. street to Jacksonville. The Church of with "Happy Birthday, Jason, Jen don were the winning couple at visited Amos Carlton in Palatka on
The statuesque beauty' of Christ has rented the former Den- nifer and Jody" Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night Sunday.Mr. .
1. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuge Houston, Strawberry Quern' Shan Edwards wan mark home on E. Call street for the The guests which included the Immediate played in the Starke Recreation
Texas announce the birth of a used. to good advantage In this Grecian pastor and his wife, Rev and Mrs. O. family were: Mr. and Mrs. Center. Marie Dent and Jeff Wren- and Mrs." Curtis Sanders, Sr. of
born March style formal from Leila's Most D. Giles. Julian E. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. S.C. weekend
daughter,Erica Michelle shall were second and Dr. and Mrs. Spartanburg, were
i 3. of the dresses shown were of the cur Robert E, Bitgood Jim Mineslnger were third. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sanders, Jr.
: Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. rent blouson style of full cut softly
t' Lavon Alvarez of Orlando and great flowing material. Skirt lengths' were
r grandparents are Mr.and Mrs.Rufus at the calf and lower.

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i Mr. and Mrs. Neely McConnell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Houston McClanc : m
visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. McConnell returned Friday after three weeks ir

Sr in Olustee on Sunday. Panama City and Tallahassee. I I / / IA

:1'j: Mrs Charles Schaffer of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woods anc
j Gainesville moved to the Pine Forest daughter of Lake City visited Mrs of
apartments on W Madison street Linnie Woods and Mr.and Mrs.Neal)
over the weekend after spending the McConnell, Jr. on Saturday.
past week with her sister, Mrs. F. J.
I' Miss June Harding returned t< s
Shaw. Her son, Rick, of Atlanta
helped his mother move. Atlanta Saturday after 10 days visit
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. T. B
Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns attended Harding, Sr.
o the annual meeting of the Pork "WSJMW.WS*
Chop group in Key West over the Mr and Mrs. Charles Hardy visitec
weekend. her mother, Mrs. G. E Mc Gauley ir
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson were in 3
Tallahassee last week visiting Mr. Mrs.J. H.Fields has had as visitor! RADISHES STRAW- PINTS
and Mrs. Charles Lawson. Mrs. Robert Tanner of Baldwin or I PINEAPPLESrs SAVE 10tf I
Thursday and Mr and Mrs. Charles BERRIES $159

Miss Anita Green of Florence S. C. Fields of Jacksonville on Saturday.AF2 \ SleE'149 CELLO 10C SAVE 87' lii [
spent last Thursday to Sunday with :, BAG \
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert and Mrs Gary Bakken 01
C. were home for the weekend. 'Th V .SLAW SWEET ..20C 5
t Dr.'"'and Mrs. J. P1 Young, Jr. off Nelson Green family had a reunioi FRESH WHITE -ww. or 'I FRESH *.... I
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Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hill. were here with about 50 attending.

I c', Mrs L. H Jennings of Starke and Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwin I"KQ.49c 4 I i 8V' POTATOES 59C

Mrs Jennings, Jr. of Gainesville visited Mr and Mrs. Mike Goldwin @ AYI8/I00
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r Lewis D. Haines in Altamont Springs Wednesday, Feb.28. Ray Goldwire FANCY
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Memor& many past community were by Col.Coner! ....*.,these blocks: were some of the first t I
I recalled few Sundays ago at tMtomo aiag wnU ....- made In building Is almost 90 yean old now ,.
vice of the Fin tUnlted Methodist Church Stark a* a butsUB.ftolThe: preceded by the First United Methodist I
decommlasiofling ceremony for ito Fellowship Hall took oldest congregation, now In ito 116th
place. year.
Alter 44 yean of service to the community at ila present During the church service numerous church and civic
site, fellowship hall vfriU return to Lawtey within the next leaders recalled memories of what the old Fellowship Hall
few days, barring complications: had meant to them over the them were
Built in 1890 on the east We of Lawtey near the railroad John A. Torode, Building Committee and Board of
tracks as the sanctuary for the Methodist Episcopal Trustees; Laurie Mulling, School Superintendent;
Church South, It remained there until it was abandoned in Don Hardenbrook, Boy Scouts; Mrs. Titus Olson,
1935. That year it was moved to Starke to become the first Wesie Reddish Class; Mrs VJ Spongier, Girl Scouts; "
and only social and recreation building to date in the Doug Youth Fellowship, and Mrs. Don Harden
history of the Methodist Church in Starke. brook, United Methodist Women.
Thus the history of the fellowship hall was told stories;
The facility very soon became a community meeting about the people of the church and the community. ---'-
center and has remained so to many community: organizations The Rev. George Ilarrper pointed out..retired teachers, I
throughout Its 44-year history In Starke the Hospital Auxiliary, retired postmen! ,and many others
In 1942, the influx of men stationed at Camp Blanding meet there. -
during the war years required a massive increase of services What the hall has meant to Starke was possibly best
to the community. Church members, therefore In- summasrlzed Jby Laurie Mullins when she said, "I don't
creased the size of the fellowship hall by the addition of think there are> many,days when some type of community
two large rooms in the front and a large kitchen across the service program Is not going on there.And they're going

back. "to feel the lack.when they have. to hunt for a,new place to
Some old-time residents recall that the cement blocksused have their meeting." '
In the additions came from the original,snduary Very soon now*the church will have groundbreaking
which was refurbished In the early'40's and subsequently ceremonies and the members. will anxiously await their".
replaced by the present sanctuary.iu 1950. Manufactured, brand new Fellowship Hall. : -'.,,'
I Workmen are busy this week demolishing the Fellowship Church which was of the,same grey stone of which the
Hall of the Flnt United !Methodist Church on the corner of ,Fellowship Hall Is made The present sanctuary and adjacent
Walnut and Jefferson Streets In Starke. classroom section was built In 1950 when Rev.Thomas I
$ Built In I8IW and moved to "Starke from Lawtey, the '0. Mitchell wasi fi tor oft.lehurcb.!
IUJO' 4800I r. Fellowship Hall Is the last vestige of the old First Methodist ./., ?,


.' Tags Varies With Age & Driving Record) The senior youth group presented After one quarter of play the to the Hope team with a final
Mrs Vincent Spengler, local chairman Methodist youth were able to keep up score of twenty to six.
UNIVERSITY INSURANCECALL for the March of Dimes drive, with the Hope Baptist youth tea touch The Methodist touchdown was Matthew Scott Fink
with$272.The football game last Saturday evening. made by the streak of lightning on the The four-month-old son 01 Union
5408 SW 13th St. (S.441)) OPEN 8:30: TO and Mrs. Fink of j
COLLECT youth collected the money durIng Going into the half time the Hope team, John Denmark. Others on the County Agent Logan
Gainesville I 7:0: a road block last Saturday morn team had the Methodist Youth six to Methodist team were David Little. Lake Butler, Matthew Scott, died
ing in Starke.We wish to thank all the Denton Tuesday morning March 6. in the
1375-8550 .. nothing. The outweighed and out- Steven Little, Todd Greg
Sat 9 To 1
AUTO HOME CYCLE TRAILER Shands Teaching Hospital In
passing motorists who gave' so aged Methodist team scored one Thornton, Matthew Box, Robby and
graciously to this cause. touchdown in the last half but gave Willian Shannon, Jay Eaves Brett Gainesville of a respiratory Illness.
Smith and Pat Mundorff.The Survivors Include his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Logan Fink of Lake Butler
Methodist Youth two brothers: Gregory and William;
are organizing
a Softball team to play in the his paternal! grandmother, Mrs.
Joyce Fink of Live Oak; his maternal
Starke Church, League. John Demp- II
and William
be The grandparents
sey will coaching the team.
1 1 I team will be called the "MYF" Shafer of Atlantic City, N.J.
Graveside funeral services win be
<( held March 8) at 3
today Thursday
members of the team must be active
pm. In the Pleasant Hill Baptist
attendee and participants In the
E church fellowship. Anyone fifteen Church cemetery in McAlpln. FL
a t John Strickland officiating.
with Rev.
or older that would like to
years play
Burial will follow with Archer
the team should application -
on pick up an
wo0D At Funeral Home of take Butler in
form as soon as possible from
/AIRS John Dempsey or Don Denton., charge o(arrangements,
pon Denton Youth DirectorObituary I

;yu::1' Simmons,
<" Joseph Lee ,63

I Joseph Lee Simmons, resident of
George B.Simpson General Delivery of Horseshoe

PORK SHOULDER s \ of Beach. Florida, passed away
George B. suddenly age 60, February 22, in the veteran's Hospital l
LOTS OF Starke, died Monday at
In Gainesville after an extended Illness
SMOKED noon. He suffered an apparent heart Mr. Simmons was born in
attack while at work at his businesson
Dothan,Alabama. He attended grade
W. Madison Born in
Street. and entered the
school in Dothan U.S.
CHICKEN : Tuscarawas County Ohio Jan. 12, Navy in 1941. served until his retire-
1919, Mr. Simpson moved to Starke in
HOILUvo ,, ment in 1963 He moved to Horseshoe
1949 from Dennison, Ohio. lie has
S NECKS) OIBLKT PKO.S Beach and has resided there since
3 tea QUARTtNi WITH BACKS \' served as the agent for Western Union member of the
Mr. Simmons
was a
TO 26 years'; formerly operated Simp
; Horseshoe Church.
& =i > LBS+ .:8 C r. ,' ,t son's Bicycle&Hobby Shop;and with, i He Is survived byt two daughters (

FLORID""ISH '"" Ar' '" i ," 6A.. ,,/ .tsttJDt 1R 1 hlswfeoperatedrthe| Nancy'fJaza Mrsn nr.triuterttilfcroCIXlngsleyl I .
for the last He
Flowers 7 was
58i years
OR GeORG'AP"INIUN ADDED LB Lake, Mrs. Judy Prevatt of Ocala;
aoNELEas CEEF an Air Force veteran of WW 2 and wasa one son, Donald Simmons of Tallahassee
GRAD save 2tC A L': ROUND member of the Hampton Christian ; one brother, Jimmy Simmons -
SAYS red A POUND s Church. Starke; one sister Mrs Lou
Survived by his wife, Dolly Russell
peterson Jacksonville, and seven
KRAFT' GWALTNEYS PANTRY' : -"TriN STEAK Simpson: 1 sister, Mrs. Esther S. grandchl,dren.Graveside .
BIG EIGHT Severna Park Maryland. funeral services were
AMERICAN PRIDE U.Aa.$199 Funeral services will be held at 2:30: ,
SKINLESS A conducted at U a.m. Saturday at
f ViiCUll'S
p,m. today (Thursday) In the DeWitt
Kingsley Lake Cemetery,' Rev. J.C.
SINGLES .. __ l0 C. Jones Funeral Home Chapel with
FRAN KS ''' OIIeuTT1'39 '-'' Jones officiating. Archer.Tanner-

SLICED 12ox $1 1.0& $139 4 b. 49 c T THORNAPPLE VALLEY Rev.Hampton James Christian L, Shaw pastor Church of, the of arrangements.AZALEASALE Funeral Home. were in charge of

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hy Elizabeth Terry Mr and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of Amanda, Mrs. Jene Wilkerson, of Lawtey Dixie
phone 732-3300 Jacksonville, spent Tuesday with Ratford, were Sunday dinner guestsof Youth Association
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Dobbs. Futch of Starke,over the phone.Mrs. Hicks, Doss Higginbotham, of Max- Mrs. Earl Teston and Nancy, Mr. Remember the Disco Dance Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts wentto Joyce Futch visited for a while with ville, Greg Morgan of SUrke, and and Mrs. Randy Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. (Mar. 9), 7.11 p.m. at Lawtey
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School Homestead Sunday, Feb. 18 to be Miss Terry and then returned to her Miss Jane Mercer of Green Cove Spr- Wayne Teston and family Mr. and' BlwnenUry! Cafeteria. Chaperoneswill
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and with his Dad during open heart home in Blackshear. Ga. ings were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. David Gaines, of Starke, Jerry be present and refreshments
6 p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE surgery and stayed a week. Mrs. Deepest sympathy of the community Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and family Teston and Miss Madeline Bohman, served will be baked goods, popcorn
Wednesday at 7 .m.EVERGREEN Beulah Norman went with them and is extended to Mrs Emma irvin, of Gainesville, treated Mike Teston to and coke. Admission will be fl,
: p BAPTIST: Sunday visited her daughter, Mrs. Maria due to the death of her son, Henry Ir- Emory Eunice of Gainesville a steak dinner on Monday, Feb. 26, on limited to the age of 16.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11a.m. Wilson, of Miami, and Mrs. Randy vin on Wednesday.We visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. his 16th birthday, at the Western
Union Roberts and baby visited her parents are pleased to announce that Harold Eunice, on Thursday morn- Steer Restaurant on 301. All members of the Pony League
and7p.m. Training 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. James Gallagher and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chamberlln arrived must turn In their uniforms to Buddy
Prayer FAITH Meeting BAPTIST Wednesday Radio at 7 p.m. family, also of Miami. safely in Okinawa. ing.Mrs.. Wyolene Day and son Keith,of LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Paterson, Coach McRae or any adult
: Program
WPXE Starke AM 14W! FM 106.3 8 Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, Mrs. Connie Mosley and children of Jacksonville, were Saturday turkey March 12-1 member of the LDYA.
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. Ga., was a Thursday dinner guest of Maxville were Sunday dinner guestsof dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. MONDAY: Hamburger gravy,
Worship Services 11 a.m. her sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry.Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lucille T. Ivey and her brotherinlawand mashed potatoes, green sweet peas, Ladies please return your recipesfor
Eunice. ,, sister Mr. and the cookbook. They can be sent to
FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday School ( Mrs. D.R. Brown applesauce, hot biscuits, butter, milk.
9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Bill Anders, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and and family. Another guest for supperwas TUESDAY: Fish portion, buttered school with your child and given to
and 7:30: Training Union 0:30 daughter,of Jacksonville visited their family were Saturday supper guests Mr. Frank Herndon of Highland.Mr. grits, cole slaw, peaches, cornbread Alma Norman. Thank you; your prompt
p.m. mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders on Saturday of their nephew and niece, Mr. and and Mrs. Dave Kelly and butter, milk.WEDNESDAY. attention is needed.
m Prayer Meeting on Wednesdayat
p 7'30 and she went home with them and Mrs. Jerry Fishbum,, Justin, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. : Turkey casserole
Rev p Ralph m. Smith, of Johnstown spent a week. Their parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Taylor and son Reddy Cox of Hilliard, were Sunday green sweet peas, applesauce, breadalice Registration for ball teams will be
Baptist Church. Lake Butler, was the Mrs. AI Samerlsky were hosts for a and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse, were dinner guests of their parents, Mr. butter, milk.TItVRSDA taken from March 4 thru March 16.
guest! speaker at the church for both birthday dinner on Sunday for Bill, Saturday supper guests of their and Mrs. George Kelly. Other guestsfor Va Bologna sandwich, The next car wash and wax is set for
services on Sunday. Sr. Mrs. Anders was also present with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee. dinner were Mr. and Mrs. J.D. macaroni It cheese, buttered corn, Saturday, March 17, ,at Lawtey I
GRACE UNITED! METHODIST: them. Other guests during the afternoonwere Kelly, and Mrs. Pat Hayes and grapefruit sections, milk. Elementary.Any .
Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Worship Ser Mrs. Bonnie Cox of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sain. daughter, Allison.Mr. FRIDAY Hamburger on bun,
vice 11 a.m. Methodist Youth visited her aunt Mrs. Elva Reddishon Mr.\ and Mrs. Les McClellan visited and Mrs. Harold Jones,Saman- mustard, ketchup lettuce, tomato, adults wishing to coach will be I
Fellowship at 6:30: p.m. Sunday night. Tuesday afternoon. their daughter Mrs. Margie Reddish tha and Brian of Jacksonville, Mr. pickle, French !fries, peach crisp, appreciated. Contact Ed Crews or
Choir practice Wednesday at 7:15 Friends of Mrs. Selma Eunice and sons, Donald and Randall of and Mrs. Earl Wilkerson, Glen and milk. Buddy Paterson. I
regret to learn that she is a patient in Starke on Sunday afternoon.
p.m.Bible School Study course at the Bradford County Hospital. Our Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson were
prayers are with her. hosts for a family get together for
Wednesday night 8 AREA
p.m. The every church has a nursery for TMI Wayne and Mrs. Gustafson, Mrs. Linda Tatum Sunday on her birthday 11 III IIIIL I" HAMPTON NEWS I1I1E 111111111...

pre-school children during worship and daughter, Kris, arrived home Those present were Miss
services Sunday Feb. 18 from Subic Bay, Robin Tatum, Johnny Tatum and
There will be a Gospel Sing at the Philipines. They will be with their Miss Melissa Mayo, of HamptonLake by Dolores Meng pecially the kindnesses shown to her project of a Spaghetti Dinner to beheld
church Sunday March 11 at 7:30: p.m.It parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs Mr and Mrs. Frank Camp and Phone 468-1913 In the loss of her possessions.New April 21 at Brooker, Elementary
will feature the Walker Sisters of and family for two weeks. He will Bryan Mrs. Dorothy Fedak of School.
Branford Fla.IIIGIILAND. then go to Spain for 2 months, after Starke, and her grandsons Brian and Senior Citizens Students Refreshments of cake, coffee and
BAPTIST: Sunday which they will be stationed in Jason Sofka, of Gainesville. The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Rolland Shafer entered the second punch were served during the social
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 Charleston, S.C. on the USS Sierra. Mrs. R.H. Futch was a Tuesday met March 2 at the City Hall with a grade on March 5 after moving here
am. and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Cora Hodges, Mrs. Marian overnight guest of her son-in-law and good attendance. from Nevada.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Hall and her son Jeff, of Jacksonville, daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. Lee Mc- Plans were made for a pot luck lun- Eddie Hawkins was added to the LUNCH MENU
I.lnPTIST: : Sunday School were Saturday dinner guests of their Clellan. Mrs. Pauline Devore was cheon to be held at their March 16 Kindergarten class on March 6. March 12-16
Hi a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m and sister, Mrs. O.J. Anders.Mr. their Tuesday! supper guest. meeting. This will be a St. Patrick's MONDAY March 12 Hamburger on
and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright and Co!. and Mrs. Wm.Wilson spent last Food Assn. Meeting bun lettuce tomato French
7 :JO p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday celebration, so everyone is advised to pickle,
dt 7:30: p.m.I.UNO children, of Eaton Park, were weekend with Col. and Mrs. Reuben be decked out in green colors. Eating Mrs. Blonnie Derkman, Ruth fries, applesauce, cookie, milk.
BRIDGE BAPTIST: Sunday weekend guests of their mother, Mrs. Moody of Satellite Beach. will begin at noon at the City Hall. Paladino and Neva Williamson hosteda TUESDAY, March 13 Turkey and
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11u Wilma Wainwright, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny DeVore and meeting March 2 of the local American rice, green peas, tossed salad, pear
m. and 7pm. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Opal Lewis Is still with her son Scotty, of Atlanta Ga., spent the ConvalescingMrs. School Food Association in the half, roll milk.WEDNESDAY..
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Pastor Rev. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and weekend with their mother, Mrs.. Mary Blrt is recovering at school cafeteria. March 14 Pizza, but I
Charles Starling. Mrs. Roy Cummings In Wilmington, Pauline DeVore and family. home after being confined for one Mrs. Mildred Downing, local presi- tered corn, fruit cup, peanut butter I
N.C. He Is still in the Mr. and Mrs. Fleam attended
:MORGAN ROAD! BAPTIST: Sun- hospital. Her Starling week at Bradford County Hospital.New dent, presided at this meeting attended cake, milk.THURSDAY..
day School 10 a.m. Worship Service 11 sister was in a bad wreck last Sundayand a Gospel Sing at Faith Baptist by cafeteria employees of Brooker, March 15 Fried
a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. is in the hospital, too.Our prayersare Church, Lake Butler, on Saturday ResidentsMrs. Starke Elementary, Southside and chicken, mashed potatoes, green
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. with them. night. Vo-Tech Schools. beans, raisins, biscuit, milk.
Bob Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mosley and Vivian Shafer and son,
Pastor Rev. James Parrish. Plans were made to a food FRIDAY March 16 Corn dogs, coleslaw
NORTIISIOK( BAPTIST: Sunday Chuck Moore of Lake City, spent Friday daughters, of Highland, were Sunday Rolland,who have been living at Lake booth at the upcoming Bradford baked beans, fruit cobbler,
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 to Sunday with his grandmother, dinner guests of their parents, Mr. Tahoe, Nevada, arrived at the Jack- County Fair. Also discussed was the milk. .
and Mrs. Fred Moore. His parents met and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. sonville International' Airport on
a.m. 7pm. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday at 7 their mother, Mrs. Moore, at First Mrs. Mabel Boyette and son Tom of March 2. They are now making their I
S1'UN1l1SSIOSAHV: p.m. BAPTIST Baptist Church in Starke, and were Jacksonville were Sunday dinner home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
: Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship her dinner guests! and they carried guests of her son-in-law and daughter, Lester McCullough and Zina Beth I c cq t
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Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Train- Bob home in the afternoon. Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Young. 7 1
ing Union at 6:13: p.m. Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and sons David DeVore, Richard Higgin-
Meeting at 7 p.m. Christopher, Bruce and Dean of botham Dean Dyck and Roy Birdzell, CongratulationsMr.
and Mrs. Peter Simchers, of Jacksonville Beach, spent Sunday of Jacksonville, went canoeing down, :and Mrs. Otis Melton announce
Mr N.J and their son, afternoon with their aunt, Miss the Suwannee River this weekend. the birth of a baby daughter, born
Saddlebrock.John visited Mrs. Elva Red- Elizabeth Terry. They had a good Miss Lynn Whaley, Mrs. Daisy March 5 at Alachua General Hospital, q :
Peter afternoon. visit with their brother, Benton Boch and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson weighing 7 Ibs. 8 oz.
dish on Saturday visited her daughter, Mrs. Maines Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton are

Griffis and children and her son who paternal grandparents. w
CASH .. CASH CASH had surgery on his left ear. They also Mrs. Rose Parsons of Cincinnati,
visited Mr and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Ohio, is paternal great grandmother.
Brooker Recycling and family on Sunday afternoon in

I Palataka.Mrs. Happy Birthday
Now Paying .17 Per Lb. at Brooker Only Floyd Martin of Daytona Tracy Prevatt celebrated his 11th
Beach was a weekend guest of her birthday March 1 with a party for
TRUCK PICK-UP SERVICED mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks. Mr. Mar- family and friends.
tin came for her on Monday. Ruth Palidmo had a nice decorated

i ys And Hours. Open: starke Pick Up Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and cake made by Bonnie Derkman to add .
I children were lr
Saturday supper guestsof to festivities in celebratingter March f .r ir;
I Tuesday: 7:30: a.m. to 2:00: p.m. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 2nd ,
Mondays 8:30: ..m. to 12 noon birthday. r
Thursday 7-30 a m. to 2:00: p.m. Carter, of Clay Hill. Glenna Jones celebrated her llth ells .. '
Bradford Plaza Mrs. Burney Dobbs of Jacksonville birthday on March 6. fit'w
Saturday r'30 a.m. to 5:00: p.m. spent Saturday p.m. with her in-laws, Happy Birthday to Nicole Clark :
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. who will be 9 years old Friday, March
Mrs. Martin Mrs. Hester
I Floyd 9.
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i Hampton Lake News

MULTI-MILE STARKEflRrSTOd MULTI1ILE Sincere sympathy is extended to Hampton Elementary School Volunteers

Mrs. Dolly Simpson whose husband,
George, died suddenly March 5. Dolly Parent" volunteer working in Hampton Elementary
A78-13 E78.14 flew to New Philadelphia on March 2 School his Spring Include (II-r. Cathyllllams., Nancy
A783 E78.14 B78.13 F78.14 to attend the funeral of her aunt on Starling. JoAnn Home, Kathy Fenton Diane Davis, and I
Saturday. She flew back into Jackson- Jolene Frieso. Seated Is :Mrs. Mabel Sander shown, helpIng -
$28288 U.S. 301 N. Starke, Fla. $2788 $3188 ville early Tuesday morning. sixth grader Donna Doriminey In reading. I
964-6436 Other volunteers not shown include Michelle Parker,
,Visitors Catherine Manning, Carolyn Slater, Diane Hughes, and
Plus FET Plus FET Owned & Operated By Dean Corbett Plus FET Plus FET Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale of Cheryl 'ra"'ford.' I
Humboldt Tennessee visited his
G78 15 H78.15 L78.15 Why settle for less than G78.1S H78.15 L78.15OS249s8'4 mother, Mrs. Vergie Barksdale last

J78 15 J78.15 week, "I I H IJ II Community News III 1 Jill

$ a M oro., Matic"? G$34s$ t14 Back Home -
Choir will rehearse: Sunday School
by Elizabeth G.Walker
Mr. Connie Clark returned home a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even-
Plus FET Plus FET $995 Plus FET Plus FET Friday night after spending one weekin Phone 964-6683 ing Worship 6 p.m.
Tampa. He served on'a volunteer Mt. Zion A.M.E.! Church: Choir I
1U6''t' basis as part of an evaluation to sur Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.t The mon- ,
rehearses each
FRONT END ALIGNMENT i; no CHARGE FOR vey needs in Tampa schools. Follow thly meeting of Dell Chapter will be School 10a.m.Lovefeastl3a.m.Com-Tuesday 7:30.Sunday
held Thursday March 8, in the
Most Cars ing a complete examination of three munion Service 4
& Trucks p.m.
Junior and Senior High Schools there, Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street at
4. First Born Church of the
All members asked be
7:30.: are to
recommendations were made for
projected God: Friday 6:30: Bible Study. Each
no88 improvements. present. Friday 7:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday

TUNE-UP COMPUTER BALANCE Church Activities School 10:30.: Monday worship 11:30.:
Hampton Elementary News YPCW, II p.m. Evening Worship 7
eoyt-Mosrc.ns The Victory Temple Church of God i Revival sponsored by the
AND BRAKE SERVICE LI. Truck* Elo' $2688 WITH TIRE PURCHASE Gratitude The members cordially invite you to Fellowship of Churches will! begin
Ian; 4" Lett Miss Claudette Peterson Hampton attend their weekly services each Monday, March 12 through 16 at New
Elementary fifth grade teacher at 12:00 Bethel. Rev Jeremiah Robinson of
assistedher Saturday : p.m.
wishes to thank all who have
1 Jacksonville will
( Services are temporarily being held preach five nights. i
LiMm.vna since her home burned in Melroseon
The public is invited.
at the Pentecostal Church (SamBrown's I
Feb. 27, She appreciates giftsof Ebenezer Baptist Church: Thurs.
Quarters) in Lawtey.
t'othing' household Items, and es-
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist day Prayer Meeting and Bible Class I
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Church: Weekly activities begin 6:30.: The Deacons will meet Monday
Monday with Tiny Tots rehearsal March 12, 7:30.: All Deacons and
6:30.: Senior Choir rehearsal 8 p.m. Deaconesses are asked to fellowship
Each Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30.: at Pleasant Grove Sunday March 11,
PENCIL Wed. the Circles meet 7:30.: McKays In the Deaconess anniversary.
RED Circle meet at Mrs. Rebecca Allen s, Friday. March 16 all president of
Blye's Circle meet at Mr. Willie boards are asked tomake their
Hankerson. Lee's Circle meet at Ms. The Boys Club will
SALE Gail Johnson. Thursday 7:30: Story meet Saturday 3 p.m. at Ebenezer
0 r Hour. Friday 6:30 Junior Ushers Baptist Church. i
Mt. Plsgah A.M.E.! Church
rehearsal. Saturday the Little Church : Mt.
5 p.m. Sat. 7 p.m. Junior Pisgah Is observing Lent by opening
Ushers rehearse Sunday School 9:30.: the doors for prayer every day between -
SPRING Morning Worship 11 a.m. Girl Scout 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Persons
Troop 684 will worship In observanceof desirous of having prayer can stop in
CLEARANCE Girl Scout Week. Deaconess and talk with' the Lord. We are interested -

meeting 5 p.m. Evening Worship 6 In getting others committed
SAL EWe to Jesus Christ (during this LenteQ
SAVE BIG ON ALL SINGLE & DOUBLE HOMES. p.m.Pleasant Grove United Melhodlst'Chureh season; and we ask every family to j
join with us aa we turn off the
each television
: Prayer Meeting Thurs-
Have A Nice Selection Of Used Homes With A One'Y tar Warranty. day 7:30. Sunday School 10 a.m. and radio and stereophonic unit i

Stewardess anniversary will be held between 7 p.m. and 8 daily and

{ Y"1.for The Ultimate In Manufactured Housing Sunday 3 p.m; You are invited. converse with God. Tory and see if
.1.,1, Church of God In Christ! Sunday your family can strengthen your unity I
.. ."C, "-By'' Fleetwood School 9:30.: Morning Worship 11:30. during this period of rededication.
o \ YPWW 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30 Allen Christian Fellowship I
rIlii! Models Available With Fireplace with Elder D.R. Williams preaching. Workshop will be held at Mt. PUgah!
umJ A.M.E. Church
>II Tuesday 7:30: Bible Band. Friday 7:30 March 10 beginning at'
!WJ 0 Prayer and Pastoral teaching.Mt. 10 a.m. All young people are invited to
JOHN BROWI'S'MOBILE share in this
Morlah United Methodist informative and en-
Church Services will begin with Sun- joyable experience. Lunch Will be
day School 9:30.There will be Formal served for a minimum''cost. Please
HOME CENTER Musical Tea, 3 p.m. March II. All come prepared to'dine with us. SundaySchoollOa.m.MorningServicell-

members and Interested friends are ,

HWY '21 473-3775 Keystone HeightsA invited.Free Canaan True Church of God In a.m.I.Greater Allen Chapel A.M.EI" ',

Christ i Tarrying Services each Wed. Church Saturday dinners will be sold
Homo For The Retiree Or The Newlyweds 7:30.: Prayer Services each Friday from the kitchen. Sunday School 10 .
730., Sunday School a.m. a.m. Steward and Trustee day will be.
Antioch Missionary Baptist observed Sunday\ il a.m. All
Church* Prayer Service each Thursday members are asked to cooperate with
I 7 p.m. Saturday 8 p.m. th* "nion this activityI'ale

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Legislative HearingWe blem Mrs. Ada Holts stated she would n1 w
with to congratulate the donate a new regulation flag of the Scout Week is March 11-17. be passed along at the next
reporters of the Bradford County United Mates at our next meeting. During this time, we celebrate the neighborhood meeting. 11
Telegraph, Gainesville Sun and beginning of the Girl Scout movementin Several troops have colbctad
Times Union for Ubrary the U.S. In the 67 years since Girl money for the Juliette Low World
Florida up stories in theae a superb Job of The library committee headed by Scouting has been organized In the Friendship Fund. This money may be ,, ,
the Legislative hearings held papers Monday Bill Richards, continues: their .inestimable U.S., we have tree to a membership sent to Council or held until we have 1;
Feb. M and monitored by work of washing and of well over million girls and our neighborhood event later this 11II'1 j king.
adults. All girls and adults are Invitedto ,*8.
Senators "Buddy" repairing books and Dan Smith,
MacKay, Pete
Skinner and Representative Frank Librarian, says "They do a darned join in morning worship at the First Many troops celebrated Thinking ,I I t
Williams. good Job, Joe, as well as a very United Methodist Church on Sunday, Day. This Is a special day of learning U
helpful public service." Bill Richards March 11,at 11 a.m. We will meet out about and appreciating cultures different '. .
Flint reports that some good movies on request side the church at 10:45: in uniform. from ours. A day of International
An from the state public librarieswill Let's show our community that we friendship. Cadette troop 520 .i '
advertising film of Disneyland be shown soon. Watch for the are proud to be green I All leaders and Junior troop 60S celebrated
was shown by president Vernon Olin dates. that ordered flyers for their church, together at the First Christian '
This film lasted 45 minutes and was contact Eaves to different -
please Carolyn arrange Church. They played games from
thoroughly. enjoyed by our member Sickness to pick yours up. countries and tasted some In- I I
ship.Operation Ms. The cookie sale is officially over. ternational foods. A great big thank j
club member
confined Betty Watkins 5 However, there are still some cookiesin you to Mrs. Carolyn West for her help t I .
in the Veterans ..
Call Upi Hospital \'
town. If your present supply with the dances.
It was reported that registrationwith Gainesville. Ms. Josephine Fontaine, not last until next year,please contact
the Starke Police Dept by persona treasurer of the Hampton Senior! Carolyn Eaves Janet Kimutis or Lila
80 and over, living alone,is gain- Citizens Club, Is in the Bradford County .i Rae Yawn. We know where the SREC
ing momentum. If you are In this age Hospital. These good people would cookies are that still need a good Office
I bracket and living alone, and haven't enjoy a short visit or get well card. home. All flavors freeze well. Severalof :
caUed in to the Police Dept. to We hope and pray that they will our girls did very well this year.
recover We miss them.Spe.ker Moves to RJE
I I register giving your name address soon. Figures will follow next week along
and telephone' number, "Don't with a list of all girls In the ', '
Hesitate Do So Today." If you don't neighborhood that sold 100 boxes! The Starke sub-office of the Suwannee -
have a telephone contact a close The Reverend Father Foley of St. Out QSP dinner is planned for River Economic Council has mov-
neighbor and ask them to make con- Edwards Catholic Church will be our Fla Bank Cited for Girl Scout ContributionFlorida March 20. All leaders should plan to ed from the old jail on TempleAve.
tact for you.Then,all that Is left to do Honored Guest Speaker at our St. attend. This is the same magazine to new count the Concerned
is call up 964-5400 and say "I am OK Patrick's Day meeting March 13. Bank President J. E.Tomlinson accepts an appreciation subscription program that the girls Citizens Community Center in the se-
today" or "I need help today." Come along, listen and greet Father local girl scout leader Janet Kimutls which acknowledges the bank's plaque from of participated In last year. The pro cond wing of the remodelled RJE
Foley at 1 p.m. Pratt Street Recrea girl scouts through recent financial contributions. support ceeds from last year's sale are school building. :.
Donation tion Center Starke. Reminder: Weara presently aiding In the construction ofa This office, with a staff of about 20

Our flag is very well worn and Bit O'Green. Those financial contributions went to the Gateway Girl Scout Council's local new pool at Camp Chowenwaw in persons administers several SREC
stained. During discussion of this pro Joe Kerrigan sustaining membership drive,of which Starke Attorney Richard Welly Is chair Green Cove Springs! Please save grams locally, under the
man. those magazine subscriptions and district office In Live Oak. Included
renewals for a few more weeks. among these services Is the Home-

I ...II I BROOKER IN Jill" I .. The Gateway Council serves 15,000 girls In 13 north Florida counties, with 225 Holiday On Ice will again hold a maker program, legal aid, housing :
BRIEF. in Bradford County. Mrs Kimutls pointed out that many counties' girl scout special "Salute to Scouting" perfor and rental, weatherlzatlon and VITA '
are aided United but Bradford mance. This year the performancewill <( programs by Way Is not. and the local scouts
l by Jeanette Prescott BRIDAL SHOWER must rely on the sustaining membership drive for operating costs of girl scout be held on Saturday, April 21 at 2 These services, along with Head :
Phene 485-1715 Friends of Miss Debbie Green, camps, programs and staff. p.m. Hopefully many of you will be Start, In the first building,
bride-elect of Danny Ellis, will honor able to attend. More Information will are available for income families.
SUPERIOR RATING her with a bridal shower March 15,at I

Congratulations to Deena Cox, 7:30: p.m. at the Community Center in -' ltllllt! """"' -,-- --.. -......-..-...- --......." .. daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Tommy Cox Brooker.
of Brooker. She received superior on The marriage of Miss Debbie
her piano solos& Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I Deena is a student of MRs. J.C. Clyde Green and Danny Ellis, son of YOiieGoingToGetAPhoneGaII..1 ::1
Ramsey of LaCrosse Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ellis will be ;
I solemlnized April 14 at 7:30: p.m. at
I BAKE SALE the Sardis Baptist Church in
Brooker Women's Softball Team Worthington Springs. All friends and .
held a bake sale in front of Green's relatives are invited to attend. \
grocery, Saturday March 3, to'help ,
raise money for playing equipmentand SCHOOL LUNCH MENU j
uniforms. They report about 15 March 12 16 TDoNofSubsioTh'1 )
players have joined? the team. Monday: Bar-B-Q Chicken sand- I
wich, peaches, purple & white cab- j
BROOKER. ELEMENTARY bage slaw, hamburger bun, potato
SCHOOL chips, milk.Tuesday .
Breoker Elementary School reports : Shrimp patti, strawberry Bradford 'r
several requests recently to have a parfait, buttered peas, hamburger I County Telegraph r
Physical Fitness and Health related bun, buttered noodles milk.
class in the community. If you would Wednesday: Oven baked chicken & I We Are To Call You And Ask :
like to join such a class please get in gravy, carrot stix. steamed cabbage, Going
touch:' with the school as soon as possi- /i orange, rolls, milk
ble as 'they are in the process of Thursday: Lasagna w/cheese tossed You To Subscribe
I organizing it. It will be organized to salad, fruit cup, French bread, milk. I .
meet the needs of the people who Friday Corn dogs & baked beans,
participate. relish,..alad w/macaronl & peas & I
Please let them know the times that green peppers, vanilla cream puffs, .
would be convenient for milk. '
you. I Our Rates Are :
II .: ;: Subscription

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Rick :Frick Logs Records For Blue Angels .' \ t'1 I
.,. '. raft 4'11-11' i ;-t.t{ I')".
I In AZ1 charge Ricl-u.- of JEttck keeping j of Starke flight thaman., and aircraft ***.'Ic-***, r f/ T/f!:';I.;' + :""' ulb lv'ehMl 1'tC1'' '.. .r$r? .OO rl.n Are''a Mi", ir'" n n"' Y .'''' ; .

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records for the Blue Angels '". .
navy flight demonstration squadron. \ ; ''!Y

Frick joined the demonstration .,...;., t'-
squadron in November, 1978, after j
serving with HT-18 at Whiting Field, $800 Out Of Area
Milton, Florida, there
aircraft logs. With the Blue Angels he .
flies with a squadron, keeping up ,
paperwork of discrepancies againstthe ;
planes, and flight times of the aircraft 1
and pilots. 1 1i!
"It has been, like I expected, a big i

press challenge release," Rick interview said! "everyone in an navy on .. This Is Your To Have

this team knows his job.! and he doesIt. AZl Rick Frick of Starke and the Opportunity Your i
It', good to work wits people who Blue Angels flight demonstrationteam. ,
know what they are doing. We all 1
I know we have to do each job right the
first time." ************** Newspaper Sent To Your Home Or :'

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4-HNEWS Post Office Box. .. i ;' ,

I DEBORAHGREEN In addition to showing her ..f ,
4-H CHAMPION registered heifer. Miss Green was S \
called back for the Showmanship con- .
Deborah Green of Bradford Countywon
the All-Breed Fitting and Groom test and the Fitting and Grooming Subsc.ribenow.
Monday at the contest. She placed first in Holstein .
ing championship
second in s
Thirty-second Annual State 4-H Show Fitting and Grooming ,
As the Hols-
Holstein Showmanship.
held at the Central Florida Fair in
Orlando. Four hundred thirty-nine tein champion she placed first in the ,
4-H animals were entered from 4-H Fitting and Grooming competition -

Florida.According to Lowell Parrish, Brad- of all breeds. And Save I

ford and Union County 4-H Agent ,
I Deborah's Junior yearling Holstein Deborah is the daughter of Mr. and I I'1\\1
heifer stood first in her class and wenton Mrs. Stanley Green of Brooker and a
I to become the Junior Holstein member of the Brooker 4-H Club, the
Bradford 4-H Council and the
.champion and the Reserve Holstein County

I Grand Champion. Bradford 4-H Dairy Club. This Subscription Drive Will Last Until The End '

I Cystic fibrosis BikeAThon I Of March. During This Time You Will Be Able ,: ,I: ,

i Set for Saturday, March 17 To 'Renew, Subscribe For Up To 3 Years At ;! ;

Our goals are simple: to find a cure are using) have proven very effectivein ,, f
or centre! for the inherited disease alleviating the suffering of children .
cystic fibreeis. while improving with severe asthma, chronic bronchitis ; Todays P rice'
diagnosis and treatment of children bronchiectasis and a condition :: . .
suffering with serious lung-damaging sometimes called "childhood em- .
diseases, said Thomas E. Lewis physema. L
Chairman fee the Breath of Life Bike- We know more today than we ever .
A-Thon ta Starke. have before, and Florida has long P'ri11 1,197'9 The Subscription Prices Will Increase
been a pace setter in providing the ,
"In Florida we have dedicated best possible care for our children ; I
I volunteers, a local organization said Mr. Lewis. "Every dollar raised n .
renowned scientists and researchists, for the Breath of Life Bike-A-Thon "
and maJer treatment centers from means better health and brighter BRADFORD C": ; L I
the Panhandle to the Keys",said Mr. future for youngsters here and
Lewis."What we don't have is enough across the country struggling for the ....' .' .I ,
I money. That Is why the Florida "breath of life". :r. f
Chapter, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation The Breath of Life Bike-A-Thon will I I.. : '
la appealing for support to expand take place on Saturday, March 17. ,. 'I" !
research and care programs throughthe 1979; beginning at 9:30 a.m. The participants I I 'I f
Breath of Life Bike-A-Thon". will assemble in front of the ,' .....':.L :
Although cystic.nbro is the most Bradford County Hospital at 9:00 a.m. rtrrap1 "I.. .' 'T.. ,11'.. ',',' I
serious Tung-damaging disease. .Is for registration at which time they '... \ :
still incurable, the average life expec- will be given Lap Cards and a number, ,' .
tancy of children affected has been In- that corresponds to their Pledge ,..' ::
creased from infancy to the teen form.Soft drinks,water and First Aid .., "
and many TheseUvgiantshades will be provided along the Bike-A- "} .:" '
adulthood. That route. The City of Starke Police ,'.. .. .
of progress are due to earlier Department will provide an escort fob: The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven w w'p
of .
.diagnosis and improved methods the bikers. t""
treatment, which are developed from It Is hoped that many of our youngpeople O; Drawer A Starke Florida 9 4.630' :'
a better understanding of the disease. as well as adults of all ages .. ., : : ,'II :;M ; t
In addition, the treatment programs will turn out and participate In this I ." ,r : ......:< .,.' .

which CF patients in Florida worthy cause, said Chairman Lewis. .. \

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TAROtT ARM t prohibit discrimination In ".rtl... Award will be AND AMENDMENT Of Nona W ApPt ICA. ..d"' ;

RtHAelUTATIONCITY employment regardingroc mod. to the lowest and THE LAND DSC PUN ::: l lonal) the Tot All CMtMip.( .Teas-. _ciel. elrcap"IOn for TON, FOR M2QN.HHOOF .having, any lntertmfrTy !
OF STARK( creed color ...or best responsible' bidder An ORDINANCE .,*ubf KeysoneD payer* and ,..* .Interested .at.. of mob*..home. *on AM IOMINT'' Its' due'nl9s/r

RSROOFINGDFTHE notional origin, p.rFederca' that I I. responsive to the amending the Comprehensive of Bradford property *'hown on = : .11.. propaeed.peer I
PiE GYMNASIUMINVITATION I requirements, Invitation and I I.matt ad- land Us. Plan. InC ( ,1 bed a. -**=<*tow You are further 9r Aft bMII1f Af9Cgda. 4K .RbtN ahood''Ilyw' ".
vantageou to the City of Element and Mop by '\ proxlmotelyOted are test. *tMMNIn ( NOTICf that a copy of ding the. : tmdT.b+heatXT**tri*"", I

Bidder mutt comply Stark, price and other Bradford County. Florida 2 mile Hains Ifl ..... old .proposed ORDINANCE LoncI Use MM NrYnfan/. .. c..d face ........
TO BIDDERS with Title VI of the Ovll factor Included The In accordance with of Keystoneon done wlrfi Florida. to omitnfcle'. for and Mop 'by. St11w1ilprd iBCvltftO I

Right Act of 1944 the successful Bidder to the local Government the North side of Hwy Statutes shot tho Itefd your Inspection at the of- County. Florida. In accordant Of COUNTYCOMMLSSIONERS. i
has Comprehensive Planning 21 of the. entrance to of County Commissioner flee of the Director of BY
Nolle li hereby given Dovis-Bacon" Act, and the wham the Contract with th* focal :
Act of 1975 a* providedfor Keystone club Estates, of Bradford and .... Clerk. '
that the City of Stark. Anti-Kkkback Act and been awarded shall sign Zoning Planning Government Comprehensive Itdta
Florida will recelv th. Contract Work Hour the Contract Agreement In Chapter 163 of the lot 7 of"Art woods subs County. Florid. hovedesignated Bradford County Court- ftIonn.lngAd &I,. .... '

.al.d bid In th* City Standard Act. and other required certificates Florida Statute. divl iogn, |In Section 24. the Bradford" home, Storks Florida ol 1975 a* provided for In
Council Chamber, City and return the Tewnehl"South. Rang County Zoning r'd Planning Each and every Person Chapter 13, of the NOTICE OF
Hall. Stark.. Florida Bidder must certifythat signed documents within TO: All Citizens Tan- 22' f*.r' for office Board to conduct a having any Interest Florida Statute. INTENTION"TOREGlSm
do and will after the payer and other 'Interested building, public hearing of o whatever In the enactment
32091 until 5:00: p.m. they not, ten ((10)) day TO: All atliens. Taxpayer -
o'clock on th. 22nd day not, maintain or providefor dot of their receipt. Person You are further given regular meeting held at of this proposed and other interested FICTITIOUS ,, '
of March 1979 for th. their employee any The luccessful Bidder You and each of You NOTICE ,that a copy of 7:30: p.m.. In the 4unty. ORDINANCE should op- Person NAME, j

reroollng of tho ''RJE facilities that are hall file certificate with are hereby and herewith said' proposed OR. Commission meetingroom pear and be heard at the You and each of You Pursuant la Section
Gymnasium Then' all segregated on o basis of the City of Stork that he given notice In occor'dances DINANCHt" available/ for Bradford County time and place pre ore hereby and herewith 843,09. Florida Statutes.
bid will b. publicly race, color creed or notional ha obtained and will with Florida Statutes your Inspection at the office Courthouse. Starke' scribed. given notice In accordance notice Is hereby given
op.n.dread aloud and origin, per Federal continue to carry Works that the Board of of:>It\. Director of Florida, ;, on., tueiday BOARD OF BRADFORD with Florida1 that the undersigned

recorded, requirement. man' Compensation Insurance County Commissioner Zoning and Planning, March 27., 1,9jTr .and COUNTY COMMIS. Statute that the Board CORONA MOBILE
Th. obov construction Bidder mutt comply Public and of Bradford County Florida Bradford County Courthouse make a recommendationto SIONERS. of County Commlsskners )- HOMES INC. Joe

will located In the. with the applicable wag Private Liability and Property have been Stark.. Florida the Board of County BY; G.S. Brown Clerk. of Bradford County, lorence, Executive Vice
Northeast area of the Ci determination from the Damage InsuranceIn designated the Bradford Each and every Person Commissioner and the Itehg 38.NOTICE Florida have designated< President, Rout 4, Ban
ty of Stark. Florida In Department of Labor. adequate amount and County Zoning and Planning having ,any Interest Board will consider' on th. Bradford County Zoning 28 .A. Woycross, Go.,
particular, Intersection,, Proposals hall be for the life of the Contract Board to conduct a whatever:)in th* enactment Monday, April 2, 1979 at OF APPLICATION and Planning Boardto 31901. doing business
public hearing at a of this' the some place at 10:00 under the firm of
of Pin. Street and Ida delivered to City Hall proposed FOR TAX DEED conduct public hearing name
Street Starke, Florida 32091 In The Contractor hall regular meeting held at,, ORDINANCE should appear a.m. an Ordinance relating Sec. 194.16. F.S. at a regular "COMMUNITY MOBILE
7:30 p.m.. In the County and be heard at the to meeting HOME SALES" P.O. Box
'a sealed envelope, begin work within ten NOTICE IS HEREBY held at 7:30 in the .
this project consists of marked "Proposal for ((10)) day after the dole Commission meeting time and place pre The reionlng of the GIVEN that Esther S. County Commission. 133, Stark, Fla. 32091;
repairing and replacing Target, Area One Rehabl.Ii.atlon" of written notice from ,room Bradford County scribed following described property Hall formerly Esther S. meeting ,room Bradford Intends to register sold
th. roof on th. subject| either by a the City of Stark to Courthouse; Stark, BOARD OF BRADFORD and amending the Carter the holder of the County Courthouse, fictitious name under the*
building. The roof cons representative of the begin work. The time of Florida on Tuesday COUNTY COMMIS Comprehensive land following certificate has Starke, provisions of aforesaid
Florida on Tueiday
March 27, 1979 and SIONERS. Us. Plan to provide that
slats of a gabled port Bidder who shall obtain completion shall be 90 filed aid certificate for March 27 1979 and .'olu'..
over the main portion of a receipt therefor, or by calendar day after th* make a recommendationto land currently zoned EA a tax deed to be Issued make a recommendation Corona Mobil Home,
mail withreturn the Board of County BY G.S. Brown. Clerk and designated b/ the .
registered date of the INc owners.Dated
the building and a flat expiration thereon The certificate to the Board of ?
Commissioner' and the 1 Itpd 3/B. plan a. Agricultural l. be County 19th of
part over th. locker receipt re aforementioned ten ((10)) number and year of Istuance Commissioner and the this day
Board will consider' on rezoned to MP, anddesignated A.D. 1979 '
quested. notice. February. at
room and front entrance day NOTICI OF APPLICATION the descriptionof Board will consider on .r"
The of Stork Monday Ap,1I2. 1979 at Llgh manufacturing Stark. Florida. 2.15
City Plan ,
section of the building. Specification the and the
FOR REZONING property Monday, April 2, 1979 at
Thi* project I I. to b.flnanc.d reserves the right to require and other Contract Document the same told place at AND AMENDMENT OF the propertyof name In which It was the same said place at 4tchg 38. .
10,00 Ordinance RONNIE C. DAVIS. a/
th. successful Bidder file and a.m. an .
totally by a are on THE LAND USE PLAN. assessed are as follow: 10:00 a.m. an Ordinance NOTICE O L -J ....
to file proof of his be obtained the relating to: described o* follow: '
Federal from at ,
grant may An ORDINANCE am.n.din" Certificate No. 51, relating' to! INTENT i /
of ability to properlyfinance office of the Clerk The rezoning of the Approximate 3. acre
Housingand City
the ComprehensiveLand Year of Issuance 1973 The rezoning of the ORE TER ./ i
and execute the Florida. following described prosperry located 2 mile North of "
Urban Development Use Plan Element Description of /following described 'FICTITIOUS
with and amending th. Lawtey on the West side property ,/
project together Merrill Edward,
and hall be referred to City
and Bradford 8 of Blk 13 In Gaskln and the Map by amending /
his record of ..ucc..fulcompl.llon of Comprehensive Land of Hwy 301 In Section 12.Township ?
Council of the
City .
as ProtectB78DNI20U7 '. .
odd 29 .
County Florida In accordance sec >Two-6-S Comprehensive land. .
of similarproject. Stark. Florida. Itchg Use Plan to provide that 5 South Rang. '., ""
with the 'local R22. Name In which Use Plan to provide thou Secti'on' ,, 4
The City ol 3/8. currently' aon.dRIA 22 East, out of North Vi
Government. Comprehensive assessed Lizzie Mailings-: '.land*currently toned OR 86509, florlda"'Srotues.'nolle ,
Bidder mutt comply' Stark reserve th*rightto and designated by of lot 23 and M ofWoodlawn. '*"- '
with the President'. waive Informalities In the plan a* Rural Residential Planning Act of for manufacturing worth Est. and designated by the "' lS"h.rebyg'Iverithat '
1975 a* provided for In All of said property plan as Rural Residential the' undersigned
Executive Order No.. bid and to reject APPLICA. be rezoned to and tale of
any any and Chapter J63 of the modular home being In the County of be rezoned to I.... James-. Fowell, Jr.,
BP Busl-' with
11246 and 11379 which or all''bids, or read- TION FOR REZONING designated .
Florida Statute. Bradford Stole of and designated P.O. _Bpir' 132-A,
Florida. Business, Garage repair Melrxrfe, FL 32666 and
Unless such certificate the property of Maurice David Walton Rt. 2, Box
'or certificate shall be W. Norton described as 175, Hawthorn. FL doIng
redeemed according to follows: located 2'/i' business under the

d' NEW l 11IEAGLEI On sale Thursday low the property described mil.. South of Stark on firm name of "STARKE
In such certificate or the East side of Hwy 301 RADIATOR SERVICE", 661N.
Friday & Saturday certificate will be sold In Section. 7 Township 7 Temple' Ave., Starke,

IulIOSI PRICES! to the highest bidder at South Range 22 East FL 32091. intend to
the court house door on' parcel 476000100 to register sold fictitious i

Monday In Month of have a repair' garage. name under th* provisions .
I March, 1979 which I I. the You or. further given of aforesaid i
19th day of March 1979 NOTICE that a copy of statute '
Dated this 12th day of said proposed OR. James B; Rowell. Jr.,

super February 1979. DINANCE I I. available for and David Walton joint >.
Gilbert S. Brown By your Inspection at the office owner '
B.ulah M. Moody. Clerkof of the Director of Dated 'this 1st day of

Circuit Court of Bradford Zoning and Planning March A.D. 1979 at

County Florida. Bradford County Court. Slarke, Fl. 3/1 4tchg

Just look at these fans as ic Eagle values 2.15-4tchg-38. house-Starke, Florida.- 3/22- -


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( i ft yK AT S. lake Ave!. \0".' p...:Llghf usekeepringR sleep 8. -Generofof- ally -j

t ,, ,'Butkw I'89r8' >." i
aces 700o FPM FgII Insurance Service to work In the / 490-3348 3A"ifchcr'}
t 0 t v A'S Union County school system 3-22
II V At 1lFg Here are the Je"'n styles EVERYONE IS IN. helping with Music special j

you'll favor for leisure. i SUIAILllllmm.dlatecov.rag. ( education reading clinic, 13 ACRES across from Lake t
12e/i Big group of by phone. JOE and Interested t
VE Jrulhed. tutor chaperones. Butler Elementary School. i
13A 4. /
SASE vast gAYE L'' r prewashed an USHER AGENCY, 496-2126 or ? Call Peggy Cason Highway frontage Call
cotton twill Styled' with
S flared legs lots of, ) 496.2903 496-3551 3.1 4tchg 3.22 496-3348: 3-8 4tchg 3-29 I!

QT. 10W-30 MOTOR OIL 4-PK. CAROLINA TISSUE SO LBS. DRY CHLORINE' pockets, reverse stitching .. .

Slight Irregs., 29-38. '" ,.," I ;PERSONALCUSTOM, I 1 1i. X 50, furnished air condi
WAS 54c cs7 4C =45.88 SfE ) I'lix"t ',!J'l1'.r? l\ : tioned. Excellent"condition. ::1 j
$A ; i.\SERVfCES\ ; ,.. $2500. Call 496-2629 2.22 l'
Quality grade oil extend engine Fine facial. quality double-ply. Eagle 65% granular formula I Nf I T 6tchg 3-29 )
life,neaps valves dean, 325 sheets per roll keep. pool water, sparkling! MEN'S LEISURE JACKETS ? '/ 12 X 70 MOBILE HOME: Like MADE

FROM THE TOP MAKER! lew I 3 bedroom on 10 DRAPERIESFre estimate. J jcob
txlxt .acre of land. 5 min. fromLoke local distributors for completely 930 CASE TRACTOR 80 HP
E 88 I Butler; 10 ml,. from washable nationally with air, full hydraulic,' it'
D 1 9 -, r II II I" .on. $125 mo, just Inside adv.rtl..d Gordsette 4000. Phone 496-2903"' j

looklng Easy-care details tabrle Mans w/expenalve-Wes / / r I Baker Co. line on Clarence Draperies.' S S W Enterprises. or4962126. Itchg 3/8 ''1
r I Dobbs Road on B. P. Smith' Ed or Loma ,
D D f' k v form.I Call 259.6478 28rfnchg. Stephen, 496-2219 3.1 ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom I

8 'Att F sail I tfnchg 1/2 bath block' horn on SR
J Ltt W 4th Terrace Lake Butler 2 r
: \ block from SR 231. Has uni !
sell, Call District
SAyE2p7 Referrence and Manager
9AYE1.44HAIR deposit
re que fireplace, CH. glass, Iti
8Uf'ERBUYf Mildred Hinkel, 496.3951 3.1
quired. Call 496-3130 Itpd
r 1 sliding doors In DR for access ,
DRYER/8TYLER ELECTRIC HOT POT DIGITAL CLOCK L y T r f z 14 OZ.NAVY 3.8 4tcha 3.22CLARICES to backyard ESQ. Ideal

WAS 1 O 8 1 DIC.C. 3 88 WAS Bred DENIM JEANt 40 I ACRES newly cleared SAW SHOP Complete neighborhood for children.
lias- t FOR BOYS', land two miles east of Lake sharpening service, Home In excellent condition .
Pro 1200 wan model with tour Handy .-cup size with stay Easy-to-sae white numeral* on ''' 1. SIZES 8-18 Butler' SR 100. Call after hand circular, mower looks brand new. By ,
heating and cooling positions. cool handle UL approved cord black,(mart wtxte case.8YLVANIA. w $AyE on blades, chain sows. Leave at appt. only. Jane S, Usher !
t 4.94 6, 496-3437: 3.8 2tchg 3.15
1 ,, ., 1 Crews Building Supply Lake Realtor, 496-2126: or ever 1
SYU/Af11. aAVl11 + 1 WERES! .W Butler 7.3 tfnchg 4962903. Itchg 3/9 I'

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MAGICUBES, BOYS'NYLON haute on one-half acre; "+
< i { I PK' SAVE Tox BLUe CHAMBHAYt MESH JERSEYS.? r Wo have a wash dry fold. located on SR 121. Jane S.: r'
d ASST. PRINTS, service 25 cent per lb. Attendant "
"W I 1.47 NYLON POLO SHIRTS LONG SLEEVED SHIRT S,MLXL We Clean Fireplace on duty, tfnchg eves Usher 4962903.Realtor,Itchg 496.2126'3/8 or .

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1.@ kr WAS Safe and Efficient One. "One man's fault is ,'
SUPER- acm I ,,r 4 Neat placket trim, buttoned Classic wock-or-play shirt two TRAP cteanouti.' new lines.
; pocket. Aast Colors 8.M.LXI pocket, tall, Cotton, 8 to XL.B Ay! 15'F reasonable. Joe Forsylh
SLEEK BATH SCALE VINYL TOTES VALUE PLUS! i : $ Call Collect I 4311022. All business another man't Uison:" '
24.45"RAG RUQ.MULTICOLOR ,, 462.2763 H. Q. Bohn
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Rugged. lightweightupper vinyl ill i ':: ', GOLF HAT W/
Large eay-to-raad numerals. w/tocHIng openings. 1.97 ::: :1 81DEMIIH MARY KAY t
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BAKERS ASPHALT and MOl BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK I ""W.IMIIO I : : ; ;' 1 I'LO', l'o<'Qted' on Rood' I \ f
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tooting service I I. now servIng SERVICE. Bradford redden /
Keyttone, Stark and llol pump out*. $45 Com , after 5 p.m. 3/8 Itchg 3/15 I ) r
surrounding. areas Con. merclol! and Industrial SIGN PAINTING Fast, on. i
Fully GOOD PRICES PAID tor .ed
u 1970 CHIVY .
new driveway licensed Phone 964-8121 ta "help out doy service See Rudy at
mobile ham if .
** mortgage rr 3Ion., whit took ,
and parking loft; repairing TFchg 4WD. furnished apartment. In .moll business Will train Waldo Flea Market Friday, :' ,
and sealing existing DOG GROOMING Bath S3 3/4 paid or mar. OIIN'5MOBIII rims. Phone 964-5253 1003 ono BR. no children or pet. for tcrtarlal' and outdoor Sot. Sunday Monday I
asphalt. Free estimates.Phone Toy Poodle S8.SO; Miniature 964-5606. Open 1 day. Soulhgote. Drtv. Stark Phone 964-7921 3/8 2tchg work Must enjoy .,_lIng. TFcha '" ,
964./165. 1/25 TFchg 110. Boarding S3 per doy. weakly, TFd19WANTEDI 2/22 TFchg. 3/15 Living{ accommodation If NURSERY STOCKi large trull PHONE6fy4-Tf ',d !i
BULLDOZH WORKt Small kennel. 1979. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE dsirdhone 7823991. trees Pooh pertlm- CECILIA
Gum Creek Mobil. home ax- fully loaded less than 2500 pear TIKWUUOAR 209 N. Tempi Smrk, Florida :
doter BulWIngit and 11 SO. Itpd 38LADY nectorlne, for '
landclearlng and man*, applet
961.5m. 2/15 TFchg let and II,... Will pick mllet 1,
(vallng. Phone Jimmy Mar SEWING DON In my ham. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME up. $790 and take up Phone 964-5261 01964.6112. TO LIVE IN horn and Florida grays, cltru. tig :

tin. 964-3330. TFchg Reasonable rots. ,Pleat SALES. 964-5606 7 payment Phon 9646604after TFchg can for elderly mother.' guava. Aialeot and SPECIAL S: +
Open .
BILL'S JAW SHOP. Complete call'Mr 4.30: p.m. 3/12tpd 3/8 KITCHENETTSSi; On. BR Nice, convenient ham, camellia $1.50 '18-24" liP .
Crows. 782-3217
sharpening service, circular, alter 11 a.m. 3/1 3tpd 3/15 day a week. fFchg 147 CHEVROLET 1/2 tort apartments, pool TV, AC, hospital bed wheelchair evergreens hedge plant, 3/J Brick OIl ... ocr*. centre.! Jr/heet, wall* ;
hand carblda, chain pickup with 1972 290 6 ulllltle. Included. Totally ..c. Tim.olf. Near Metros. shade and flowering tree. well esrpN krmel dIn111B. teem. pre of ,
mowr blade hallow ground BRADFORD GARBAGE 8ft- coin, sterling, denial gold, cylinder engine. Run good. furnished. Weekly monthly Reply to P. O. Box 1666 Potted plant and hanging lrorke'e best lecetleot. This week *nry....-.--
and balanced. Leave at ring, GF scrap jewelry' S6SO. Phon 964-8903 offer Sp.m rot... TEMPLE MOTEL 880 Galnetvllle, 32602. ;3/1 batkt Special priced,
VICi S3 month. twice
a chain frame
Jackson Building Supply optical Ikhg'3/B N. Tempi Av*., Stark. 2tchg! 38INSURANCE Saw at CARNES NURSERY $34,700 : :
week In mollereos.
pkk uP. watch band, etc Phone J. 1974 ,
Stark or Keyston Ht*. tervlce concoctCustom Phon 96+.1357. 3/1 4tpd CLIRKi Outpatient 23 mils SE of Stork.on Hwy
Dumptter R. 964-6250.
9 patngr station 3129 Flarahom. Phone" I
TFchg at
billing. Prior experience llOO
available anon Saveyourself it wagon. AM ,radio AT. AC. APAKTMENTSi $28.000-404 W. Modlsen' Lerae 1 story "-'- -comer .*.. "
: Fur-
LOSI WEIGHT tafely and ; PALMS preferred. Contact8ullno. I-639-21653/I StcKg 3/29 I
that trip to the :; ti PS, PB luggag rack .*- effklendet and $44.SOO-BeutHul new brick with vrytnfog--*..ri ef city.
last with nlthed 1 BR
X-l Diet Plan. S3. I"M. [i'FOA .Ifj .. Manager. Union CHAIN LINK FENCE
(hone 964-6167. .
dump q ,, ; cellent mechanical Breoker-low down 198.
Reduce excess fluid. with r condition. *?/ weekly. or monthly. General Hospital lake material. Do It yourself and payment ma. nearly new. t ,
1 Itchg 3/1 .. 1977.ngine ((318 c.l.d.) $7.800. Oekt 3W ISO1 Owner Mill n_.
X-P.I, S3.SO. Koch' Drugs, ".n, NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS Butler. 496-2323. 3/8 2tchg tav. Installation,_lIabl.. Hempten m ,. I
Stark. 2/1 IOtpd5 DISCO 1ESSONS authorized SALE BY OWNERt Three and transmission, brake. monthly only. 2313 N. Tem 3/13' Fro estimates. HondyMan 326,100.7lS McMehon St. S BR I B OttA, $ let fenced :

SIGN PAINTING Fo.l, one by Universal Dane Studio In BR, 2 bath horn country.. turf| rebuilt Including new Ale Stark TFchg NATIONAL COMPANY, Fence Co.. 461.I5S9. TFchg $21,500. Brooks Neat 3 .R CB 1% ftotfi .. I

day .*", Ic.. Se* Rudy at Gainesville. Private lesions Big bam 7 acres. owner will master cylinder, .xccllenttiros. TWO APARTMSNTSi two needs 9 lull-time men and PATIO COVERS 10x20.: SI 79unlmtalled. $15.000. Warehouse Brownlee. ..RellraW ".. '. ,, '
Waldo FIN Market. Friday In your own horn! Phone hold mortgage at 8 '/2 pet. Inspected In January bedrooms, unfurnished. In women desiring ta earn Limited supply $138.000.120 A.HIgh 8 ,ollln'37 -'-"heure. ,ham, streem ,
Sat., Sunday and Monday 964-6604 after 4:30 p.m. 3/1 29 pct down. Phon $1500.! Phono. 964-9921! eves Stark. Inquire To-Rena $20.000 per y_'. Full company GATOR ALUMINUM 4620 N. Welnut wonderful horn 8 4 furnished opts. I i t
TFchg 2fpd 3/8 964-6112 or 964-5261 for and weekend Itchg 3/8 Moll 1848 N. Tempi., training provided. NW 13th St., Galnesvlll, $21 Pratt > t ....... "Mms-owns flnncd). l
ALCOHOLICS appl. TFchg 1975 FORD RANGER XLT ISO Stark. TFchgKITCHENETTES Previous sales experience 372- 76r. TFchg IS acre Hwy 301 N 8 Morgan.. Owner lire "
ANONYMOUS Phone NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS MOBILE HOMER Why goymor.7 pickup AT AC PS stereo and sleeping preferred but not required HAY FOR Alit Round 1016 W:Prtt-J7tOO.-rdecereted. t/

9.S U8 or 964-6582. TFchg, (for day car.Children Buy direrfrom fac and CB. $3193. Adam Auto room. TV. AC. maid ..,. to serlout career-minded bole. SIS each. Arthur 10 .c... In vicinity: of ... 100A-S1500*.... Owner fin. '
SIWINO MACHINfSREPAIMDi from 4 month. old and up. fay Large selection of 24, Sole, *, Keyttone, 473-4470. via. Weekly. and monthly person looking for perma Ga.klni. Phon 782-3140. Ettete en lake Geneva ........ "--- .

All males. cleaned From 6 to 6 Monday thru Fri 14, 12 wldes. STARKE HOME Itchg 3/B Restaurant and lounge. employment with room TFchgLIMEROCKi / .,.".-KingC Rd. "' kame-1000" .... ft. $11,000.
oiled and adjusted. $7. day. For Information call CENTER US 301 North. Open 179 GRANADA two door. 6 avallabl UnderwoodMotel for advancement In career Allen TaylorLowtey -, Rd. 100 S BR 2 Ireme $".000.

Work guaranteed. James Vera Lee Nugent 96/-6365. 9 to dusk. 1 to 6 Sunday. cylinder, AT. PS $2493.Adamt 31/9 miles North of field. Don't wall. Call today Phon 782-3172 Rd. 100-CI ham, ..,.... trailer, 3.lA-1N.1l0
Strickland corner Morgan Itchq 3/8 Phone 964.8741. TFchg} Auto Sal'**, Stark. US 301. TFchg Phone 377-8866 9 a.m. to 9 weekdays oiler 6 p.m. of 403 Plneweod-SJI.VOO very pleetent evrprls*.
Rd and Hwy 16. TFchg SHELL HOUSE on your lot: Keyttone, 473-4470. Itchy THRII BEDROOM block pm. 1tehg3BINSURANCI anytime weekends.. TFchg 301 70000. '
lerge cemplex
REMODELING( BUILDING J. WiLSON BLACK TOPPINGon 1400 sq. f3 BR. 2 both. 3/8 ham, l73/month, plus SALES Stork' BAHIA HAY. Argentina ept. .
REPAIRSi New kitchens, major| or minor asphalt. 15000. Phone 264-0689 or 174 BUICK LoSabre. door, $150 security deposit. Will area sales experience highly lertillied. Phone 1301 Searing 3 BRJB CHA $37.000.. ,:
baths, family room. Brick Hot coating for roof repair; 264-3127 7/16khp 3/8 air auto. PS. PB. .ter_. V6 accept small children, no helpful. Phone 378-1956. ''''.6071. TFchgWATSON'I Furnished 4BR 28 brick plus 8 ewes $' 7.100.
block concrete. Fireplace Ideal for thingl coating. 175 CONCORD MOBILE cylinder $2999. Adam teenage boy, no pets. National Standard III. In HOUSE Of (.rya Air..... Bettent Rd. $' 2.000.
tpeclallttt. GrIHIt Conttruc- Serving Bradford County. All HOME. 1all drywall in. Auto Sale. Keystone. Reference required. Phon surance. Equal Opportunity VACUUMSi Many brands of f71,0001Nck 3 BR IVfr B out of city $22.000 SWO Mtg.Redgrev .

tlon. Phone 473-2109 or work guaranteed. Phone terlor. Take up payments.Phon 473-4470. Itchg 3/8 961.8581.3/8 TFchg Employer, M/F. Call collect. new vacuum. UNd *3 Bit 3 B $42.500. Urge .......11011 lot. I 'J I

" 473-2378. TFchg 7823991. Itpd 3/8 964.8664 .v... Itpd Ins TOYOTA station CLEAN NICELY furnished 3/8 4tchg 3/29 machines available. Parts Store en 301 owns financed. Plus apts. l t
3/8 wagon, 4 speed air, $1999. two bedroom hou... 525 W. CETA POJITtONSi Construction and occ.rwrl.ror) all 42A Inside' city owns financed.Commerclel 1 ; f

Adams Auto Sal**, Madison St. No pet, no supervisor ta lupervlte vacuum systm. 404 NW. .lot Cell St. ewner -". f

I Y..I Keystone, 473-4470 Itchy children. Apply In person. weatherltotlon crow 10th Ave? Gainesville. lewtey! 301 $14.000. Cod.l. It '
K :n' Uroa Oda 3/8 927 N. Walnut St. Itpd 3/8 driver (license and auto required. Phone 376-7110. TFchg Lake Butler $8 acr** beautiful. brick Kent. t
USED CARS AND TRUCKS: MOBILE HOMEl with add-on Alto construction ALVAREZ GUITAR electricacoustic. Lek Butler, lovely. lerge brick ,..",..-....000. 7

LOANS AVAILABLEiAny UPHOLSTERY Reasonable WANT TO BUYS Chevy w. buy at reasonable room. Neat clean, carpet laborer, must b. Bradford 4 months old. Fantastic 1300 ecres In the Newberry-Arcber. ..... .
amount, home or ventur. prices. Phone 473-2032. 2 Dodg., GMC or Ford from prices. Adam Auto Sale. throughout. No children no resld.nunemployd 10 out condition. Phon. Brownie Rd. 1145! A plus. II...... I
Ethel G. Batchelder, Rt.2, l1 Stad 3/8. 72.75 model. 3/. ton van Keyttona, 473-4470. Itchg pet. Phon "' .8816. Itpd of last' 12 weeks, 964-BBS7 alter 3 p.m. 2/22 4 let S2SOO ee. Laurel Baptist Church M.
Box "09. Keyston Heights, LAKE LOTS FOR with four speed transmlttlon. 3/8 3/8 economically dltadvantag-- 3tpd 3/8 $41.100. large home plus 8 sets
FI.32656. Licensed Mortgage SALSiKeystone Heights. 2 Regular gat. No (unk. 172 VW SQUAREBACKi excell.nt FURNISHED APARTMENT ed. Apply at Fla. State FILL DIIT top toll, 'foundations $30.000. L.urelt. Remodeled Urge lot

Broker, phon 473-238S. beautifully wooded lots ondNr 473.7066.lIchg 3/8 condition. Book Heat and air conditioning. Employment Service (old and yard. Jimmy Mar $20.000. Deluxe MH 924 Euclid 8 Ipeerten St.
2/19.Tfn. land bottom Silverlake WANTEO-MALE ROOM value $1300, Vrill tell for Phon 964-6201 after 9 p.m. courthouse), Starke. Itchg tin. 964.9230. TFchgDO '''.500. Let an 301N 90 211 I I
CASH FOR GOLD Sterling Good term or discount MATEto share confortobl S82S. Phone 473-2482. Itchy 3/82tchg3/19 3/1 DROP Bargain House..
$23.800. MH en Rd. 100 with 1%
Jewelry, diamonds, coin., for co.... Several 1 furnished apartment at 3/8 LARGE FURNISHED upstair .. h US 301 South. We buy and acre j
dental gold. Will visit yourhome and ill acra homeslle with walking distance to University S/. TON 144 CHEVY Pick apartment separate en i : ; tell used furniture. Phon. $23.740. Commerclel W. Madison ,
anywhere. Mr Rltt- access to Lok. Brooklyn at of Florida. Nonsmoker up. LWB. 3 speed, 350 V-8 .. Phone 964-6579 of tar ( i' :i$ i 964-6740. 9 to 9 Monday 517,600.111 St. fruit trees, nke shrubbery !
479-1089.2/1 Call 173.7183.hpd rebuilt engine with headers, 5:30 3/8 TFchg Thurt. 9 6 Frl. and Sat $4'.000.301 Prett 3 BR 2 CHBA large den
man. tfnchg.BINGOi only $ .500 each. Commercial preferred p.m. .. .. to .
American Legion lots on SR-21 North 3/8 and 3/. racing cam. NICE CLEAN two bedroom "" 3/1 TFchg $14.500. Lek Santa F* let 71' x 400

Pat) '202. Sunday 2-9 available, Owner- FOR SALSt GE Refrigerator, AM/FM 8 track stereo and trailer, no pet or children. BUY YOUR FRESH bulk SEED SOWER complete with

p.m.Saturday 7 p.m. Public Salesman. 473-4375. 2/22 separate freexer compartment. tool box SI800. Phon Convenient to chopping vegetable teds at Roslert brand new. Color or Lucille Conner Spry As toe"let* 944-8420 .
Invited.9tpd 4/2 tfnchg. Good buy at $40. 964-7096 or 964-9169. Itchy tooter. hone 964-8810. Nursery NOW. 301 S. black/whit TV needs color

LOST AND FOUND Set of HOME FOR SALE By /473-2210 Pattl. itchy 3/8 '3/8 Itchg 38AVAILABLE Walnut St. Starke, 964-6214. adjusting. Phon 964-3567,

live keyt, on. a car key owner Keyttone Heightt, GARDENS OR BEACH 178 MONTI with It.CARLO velour light NOW. Beautifully 3/8 Stch0115. 712 1/2 Colley Rd.. Stork. FLORILMD REGISTER .
Turned Into Monitor office/ Fla. Club Estates. 3 BR, 3 FRONTS TILLED Small green grn. furnlthed. Complete with YARD SAID Friday Salon 3/1 2tchg 3/8
and found at the Intersection Bath corner lot near golf gardens $8 up. Fre seat AM/FM. heat AC kitchenette I I. BR opt., do,. Sunday weather per YARD SAlli Saturday and REAM GAS AND OIL .;

of SR-100 and lakevlew course. Low $30.000't. Call ..tlmot... 473-2876. Itchy V6. $400 down and toke carpet, panel all tile BR..ecu,11y mitting. 31/2 miles North by Sunday. 1837 Ballad) Rd., fTteN4/47700 3 lOt S. neIt. .
Phone .
3/8. over payments door and 'lights, Stork Itchg 3/8
Drive Can claim/ at 473-2664. llchg 3/8. Underwood Motel. Itchg 3/8 ,
Keystone Monitor office. CAR POOL Lady to share GARAGE SALEt Saturday 964-9165 or 752.3720khg fr.vot.. paved parking. Ideal HAY FOR SALE AliciaCoastal. REPOSSESSED ORGAN with 33 N.Tempi' Avenue, 4",AUL'

rid. to Jax. Leave Keyston 912. Corner of Point View 3/8 '.', single or St.39 at barn rhythm and walking bat. Good NewCtln: Country 4 _
6.630 a.m. leave Jax Road and SR21. Baby fur ..". .,.... : .... .. retired person. No children Phon 473-3192. R. ,P. Hall. Now on display at Top of the BR horn with 6 oc., small .. \

around p.m.Call 473-2338. nlture, bookcase headboard S' 'f' or pet*. Excellent location; 3/1 2tchg 3/1 Haystack Keyston. 11chg equity to qualified buys. ,Itt Gta

Philip W. Clark I Itchg 3/8 nice toy, and more, .[,.,,I .pJ1 references required. Phone 17 TRAVElTRl11LERt 25 ft., 3/8 .i811TIPljItl1aG Ola
473-2307. Itchy 3/8 964-8394; If no answer, all factory optlont, private KNCINOi All kind. Hog, 3 BR ham. with 1.9 .. ,
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REALTOR r s' c' phone after 6 p.m.3/8 2tchg bedroom lave $3.000. Priced wire, welded wire, barb .q 010nwa1
.r..r LOST WALLETi Bow ID card, 3/19 chain link. Free I
wino :
lB. KEYSTONE f .JCLA551FIEgAD'Deadline ) l lor quick sal*. Phon 10 acret, Lori| 10': down.
EIE1GNTflWallin drivers license brown TWO BEDROOM two both ,783-3991. Itpd 3/8 stlmatas. Manning Fane fwrflra( '.

j FAULKNFRRFAI ,,. ( ion oa'. ,Insertfo"l ,leather'wallet with design. furnished cottage\ on Crystal 'SEVERAL' ITIMSl Two* year Co., 473-4822,,Keystone Ht., iaocrl waadid l lond'lwithstreamthru HoW,':,I.r..*$'..M_ "'",
e- Na.r96e, "t, lieDeveloped..9Gu i tq I i.'"Lost 3 or weeksga*ri\ ,,,"take-ACNoT*"; adutM1" "Bid cruonerhort .eredjifor.( ",1'J"'g' 3/8 ; i .* 1 J..:" .flt"'i ; ir' ",
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on creek Thursday before publication. -! A. Collingsworth. phon only. Phone 473-33/f. Itchy, running.: Three year old 'VACUUM klrby'tSpecial ", :
with almost 9 heavily TY (03 f 964-8926. Itpd 3/8 3/8 quorterhorse ttorted goodon tram $129; Hoover
wooded otter Terms iMimmum charge 12.00 I FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE In games. FOUND: Walker Olal-A-Matlc from $24.90; 3 BR in City of Stark*, fairly estl M 1-11II,

available at $3,000 p.r 2105 N. Tempi J Covert( IS Wordsl f city, unfurnished.LR DR. 1bate. dog field trial number Electrolux from $29.90; priced. I PAHEUNG .
scr*. Stark, f'.,Id.Plton.9U1065. I Each word over 13 Ii ApplicationsBeing .. Call for oppt., Phone 473-4439. 3/1 2tpd Eurekos from $29.90. All
i ft 10 cents' I 9646365. 3/1 Expert Going chicken layer farm
Is has Itchg 31FREEZES vacuumt guaranteed.
rice Right..owner CENTER'
utt reduced the"price" on Paul H. Faulkner 'Not( responsible fortstrati ) Taken TWO ROOM and both apart BEEFi Phon. repair service, all for tale. I .
when TV and all utilities fur moles. AI 2 1/2
hit brick home with land- Realtor' given over11he ment. 461.6973.3/1 I 3lpd 3/19 Young I I
lot and swimming phone or when copy? For WsHress. Cook. nlthed. 3 1/2 mile North WEDDING DRESS and veil.Sl miles North US 301, Stark. 2.9 oc. with 417' on 301 Paneling Molding

leaped pool acre$38,000. Suranbakk.n RwltsEr.nlnpr461.6171 ''IS not the typed ohaV. and. brought', Rtturnt' Mmrger.Expenenee Underwood Moth 3/8 *9. Phone 964-8729. Itpd 964-6918. Itpd 3/8 North of Star..... | Kitchen CRbkINtCounter ii
Don't Rent..Invest in / .-----.1 Necessary. 3/8 r \ EveningitINr.. callVernle / Tops j!
CAMPERi Plck cob over, *
home up P. Odam, BrokenGRI. I
priced Vanttlee
with room /lor OVER ONE ACRE with 2BR Apply Ptrton with refrigerator shower, Kalph Bryan '. Phone ''''.1476

only 513500. From. house Good loca CEIIEREESEREAITvGENT TRAILRESTAURANT : : ; \ 96/lake-SIB/1/7Siirm.. Itchg 3/8 Phono Real Estate Pearl(Andrews 944-7739 FREE !
L.G. Dell 944-7S
Good .rm..lo' the 14500. ,. ," .. TITAN 1974, 26' h. motor 2305 N. Temple Ave. ESTIMATES II
qualified buyer on thlt 3 HWY 14 WEST- 3BR.1B ham. Loaded generator Sterke. Fie.

bedroom "nearly n.w"I I Nice Frame ham. with op- m REEfi FREE DOG la good home: $7,000. Trade maybe Phone Eheno461.1111Olfiee BMSINGTONladiGet I VAUGHN-JOHNSON
ham. on paved street with pox. 1100 sq. ft. Ben Franklin REALTOR u. 8. 301 North LlwteyFI*. hot all that*. Phon 96/-5181. Itchg 3/8
for fireplace. MUST SEE. 96/.7375. I Itpd 3/8 -OUUmobileSalM&Scnrie 1 I
Phone Clll
plenty of room yourflorden SOUTH STARKE 3.3 ml. S. No open Monday thru CO. B
$34,900.! WATERFRONTConcrete Saturday. 9-Sp.m. Sunday *
Bradford Sq. off Hwy. 301
"Oak" Tree..shades Block ham. ONLY TWO 140 8. Thompson St. I
An on Evergreen Av*. 3 BR. 2 by appointment. fme Selection Of lf* d

this n.w 3 bedroom ham. YEARS OLD. 65' frontageon BA. Stucco over C8 on 2V4acres. .1.' BIG ACRIACEl 396 acre Can Taken On Old
has been Janet
that' approved M.
Complete set u; /for with Vt mile highway Iron CadtliadTradet2001N.W13378M01,
a former*Home Loan. See RIGHT mobile horn also on oe4-sTit
pro Togo
II you. quality.lor the low RIAS4 ACRES. 3BR .. STARLINGReg. : I
downpoyment and low Frame hou... Lots of frontage p.rty.143.500. CO GAINESVILLE -- -- .
MODERN 8.. 3 BAr Walk FIRST CLASS. 9 8R. 4
Infest rots, $29,900. on graded and paved to Keyttone shopping and bath Cap Cod on 14acr

Avid Golfer,..we have rood. school. $26.000 mortgagemay Real Estate BrokerOffice: 782.3931 *..

found the "tee-perfect" MOBILE HOME PARKApproximately be assumed. $....000. 301 North Lawtey 1 ::30 PM 8 PM Lilliaii.l'earKOnNF.,11.1'ItN
building lot In Country Club 12 ores WHITE OAK RIDGEi' In Clay : RAMBLING. BR. 3 bath on

Estates. Only a short with 8 hook-ups now In Co. From, $3500.! 1-Acre HOME NEEDED Hove kitchen Do you need 3 six acret. gnturf21

'drive" from clubhouse u... ROOM FOR EXPAN ots. buyer Interested In 3 BR, 2 BR?How about a Screened I."NTRS"FLONIt14:
and reduced for quick tale, SION. LAKE LOTS and acreage. Bath concrete block horn In porch Thlt horn hot all 7M2-3106Handyman's CONVENIENT 3 BR 2 both ",

$6.000. SERVICE STATION on lot or mall acreage for of thin and more for ONLY Special: m town.

Build Your Own Office BUILDING- two lift and Off./ 473-7076 Ev.4733269Associate around$28.000.00. $29,900. Llvabl. house on Hwy. 100S. IMPROVIO PASTURE 70 I:
several remodeled office, '
Complex.and lace tome ROBERTS REAL ESTATE
: ? 55.1XX3 BR house acre* of Bradford's finest
good road frontage for large storage building. 210 Arllne Npmbo-173.7131 A0111 10 acrt needs repair, $3,500 cash. with 900 ft. on highway.
future oxpantlon. 999 on x 210 on HWY 301 A0101 Perfect for fronting on a county moln- 964-7828 C
Highway 100 We have commercial property NEWLY WEDS. Thlt ham roared| graded ,road ONLY W.ono offering two of our RANCHITTISi 20 acretpasture .
with owner flnancng on HWY 301 North could needs older homes In lawtey: 5 and 3
grow at your acre
$1,800 acr 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke Fla. \
and South. MOBIL* HOMIfttftVICI per 2-dory from., 5 BR, I bath ,
138.000.Acro. grow, Shady secluded and mobile horn, ((7)) four acre ,
.. From Bradford Waterfront property POLES on a creek. In stark. I have IB heats of small 'large porchet on opprox. 1 lott, ((4)) ten acr* lott. ((3)) 1
S".r., ...approximately available.! $20,000. acreage available. zoned ocr*, $31.950 two acr tots ((3)) on. V Twenty acret on US 301 South. :
4 BR, I
27.000 car pas this VA and FHA financing Open Aural Call me and l.rm..Lorg. ocr. lob,
'prim commercial .pot" available. AOI02 Do you I.t' m. tell you about the bath from., 3 fireplace, 2 3 bedroom 1 bath _"Id. city limit; 2.B ocre. ;
5 ,
ArralataIrenehFoulkn.r porch., on ova
dolly Ready for construction wont home with a large EASY TERMS. and LAKEFRONTi 12x64 mobile
with 120 on Highway 200 AMI* atsume$43,500 mortgage(equity). home screened porch. Boy I..* Highway area: 10 oars posture land. i r rS
iveningrlll-SOH "
301, $33.000.Choice Home 782-3896
PRIME COMMERCIAL 400ft. acres off 301N.
AerNoe.13 acresof Home 8 Income. 3'BR. 2
Ved.feHlet with
301 frontage waterand i
great farmland Includng bath CH A, remodeledframe
944-544 4 bedroom,,t beth from ham, large (living
Evenings '. nwN.BWLDINO 'In country
a small pond partially >( home on 10 acres ,
room dining room area an 10 ocr** oak. and pecan '
Julie I.Grlfflt
fenced and Improved init 448-2Si NEW HOMES. with fruit treet and pecan LOTS In town
posture. $42.500. Evenings 944-748 out-bidps.. 'fenced and and out.ROOMIUt. tree. i
-- crot-fenced plus 2 BR. 1 A *. ,i I
bath rental hours $99.600 OF HOUSE 2 lot at Stark Country Club. !

terms. PLANS or will build from
VETERANS We recommend a 2 bedroom block home In town, living room dining rpom.
: "Vg farm Comfortable/ rourt. both fenced back yard.
80 art : master !builder who will 1 Ig. garoge '
38ft. 2 both home ,large
PreciousQuiet As. barn outfaldgs., fenced A build FHAVA. or torw.ntlonel Lg. 2 story from home In'2 bath*. I IrvIng ,!'
Tap quality

...a, V...,..11 Low IO&A8A. crots-fenced.tree. 50.000.30 pecan centtrucHon at a reason' room dining room.m .... ,' n i
able prk.. W* will h.lp
As Down country- 3 bedroom 1 W bath living room,dining goo, .
with plans, materials,
4 ocre up In lawtey city you CHI A. 10 arty Spotless. :
water, $3.000 acre, 13 pct and financing. 'It will cost t

peaceful, country vetting 2 Bedroom 3 Br 2 Bath. Carpet Air down. but time a, few far us minute.. to thaw of your you 3 bedroom. I. bath Jiving. room. dining -oamj' : brick ,1

old 2V4 Acree 10 SR 230 what hove to offer j separate garage.In '-. >l \WW' ,
on acre, fronting w.
1 Bath,Concrete Bk.l year "Condition Fire Place 'I and both side Wilson Rd. ..............................,..... '
1I"p. Handyman special 9 bedroom. I bath from; cm* lob 'I
2.000"below snooD
Fruit tree, garden etc.. priced at Options Ralpk. P. BryenReetter '

36.39 acre*. 1340 ft. US 3d, 9444208Wayne Brick 4 bedroom 2 bath, in town living roam family i ,

cost I Uta &ttpll.n I $56.900 te"., .. .. Dwl* IB roam with llrepJoc. dining room CHI A. j jAppro.

100 Acr farm appro. 100 Phene Vaier-Seletme 9444S93Oevld 'CALT *. ',*. eve North, Grand ;St. iI,,..,< i i
Call pecan trees, well septic A *Mi 14 I
1 electric planted pasture Dyl. Acla SpacioUS 3 bedroom 2 both ham In city' Family' roam 1\, '

." $26,800T' and woods, divided by Phon. *....IW with ttunnlng brick fireplace' Dining _e
rood Good investment with beamed calling many extras, !
?' "Il4i" llIl. II. paved
,, : I ,y", \ '.,' $130.000.OfFICEi GEmfW.I'IHITS'+ Irafcarfttcnsmt 1

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... ." Southside Elementary> Netvs 111111 HH" H rR --

Dale to remembers vited to turn their attention to the '1 News front Me. Phlllls GoWberg's Vernon Griffin Debbie Hanker on,
many changes to our school: grounds children to school and may be These ptxple in Mrs. Vicki: McKin- fifth grade: Good spellers this week WeldeD Hudson John Loper David
March 4-lt is National Nutrition With the able help of the four custodians. : those cars approaching the:.Q" .. ney's first grade are to bo conjnaaod- are MJLe: CbaBpeU, toUaaa Denmark, Page and Chris Tuttker.
Week. Southslde will be observing and most especially Mrs. from highway 100 and ed for maUng a perfect tcere on Otr Jay Haj sj355 MMMwki,PawtaMcKiBMjr The library ttoaks Mn. Cantyn
this week with excellent cafeteria Isabelle Newsome the school area is Stan bWl1 Street to the schooL lpeJUngte8t last week; r "" Rtehard dVtoen and Jeff Maria KopstouMir first
meals; the meal on Friday March 9, showing the signs approaching spr In connection with Mete loodIlIIIIi.; WilUs Chandler.:: Davsi .,_ Sherman Students who have gnunedthe aced for lovely symbols March
hat been planned by Mrs. SandraDuncan's Ing. The overgrown shrubs have been Mrs. Sandra Duncan's class of iMti niter Forsyth, Jerimy Oanett. Deb new concepts about fractions which enjoyed by all the
fifth grade. This delicious pruned, the flower beds have been graders will take a walking trip to the bie Hankerson David Page. MfafteHe recently introduced are Jay Hayes student The mobiles of a lion and a
meal consists of pizza buttered corn, cleaned weeded, raked and planted bakery to find out how raw products Phillips, Chris Tucker and Lance Theresa McColhim, Tom Watson andJimmy lamb with dancing eyes are hangingIn
carrot sticks grapes and milk.: The with new flowers. The grounds have are tUI'JM.1lnto finished bakery goods. Wiggins Wilson The Extra Effort Express the windows,
second meal they have planned will been cleaned of paper trash and features for tide week the
be served on Thursday, March 15,see other debris tree roots of the large following students: Lynn HollxendOr'f MENUS FOR MARCH.16
below tree which was pushing up sections of ..111. I 1ISCOVT NEWS _niT I" Eddy Hall, Monica Maslowski, Marie

March 19 School Board Meets, 7 the sidewalk have been removed and 4 ciaagMicchelle, Hall, Laura Gar Monday Hamburger on bun. let
the walk made level. Southslde also Pack S18 held their Blue and Cold,I After dinner was served .awards Jeff Sherman, tuce, tomato, potato tots, peaches
p.m.March 28, 29. and 30 school: holidaysfor has a new U-turn driveway located on Banquet Friday night at the Church otri'i were presented to the following: Paula McKlnney and Jay Hayes milk.
students. the west end of the school near the Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. on Mark Barber Weblo Badge; Jessie Mrs Vicki McKlnneVs first grade Tuesday Spaghetti w-meat sauce
All who are concerned and interested cafeteria. It was created for the convenience Bessent Road. I Green Athletic Award; Aaron Davis has been busy this wee getting! their tossed salad, pineapple upside-down .
in Southside School are in- of parents bringing their It was a relaxing night for the -two Arrow Points; John C. Manning room decorated for St.Patrick's Day cake. milk.
parents as the Scouts with the help of".o Athletic Award and Bear Badge; They have made two new bulletin Wednesday: ;"Tun salad mlx4d!
Chuck Davis Weblo Leader and Tommy Manning Bobcat Badge; boards and also leprechauns to hang vegetables/.potato chips, JeUo w-fruit,
I ""III Jill I I BMS News 111 Tn I nUll Scout Master Leslie Fol.om1 Jean Barber Mother' pin of Arrow' from the ceiling. Students recognizedfor biscuit: milk.Thursday .
prepared and served the menu of of Light. outstanding work in math are: : (menu planned by Mrs.
chin cornbread and punch. Dwight Allen. Terry Crews Jennifer Duncan's: fifth grade) Fried chicken
Important dates to remembers drum duet-superior; John Riggs The Cultural Hall was decorated In Forsyth David Elder Jay Hodge and rice w-gravy, green beans pineapple
Mike Christmas &: Jeff Powell, sax Blue&:Gold colors by the Scouts.Also In attendance were Ken Lane of Erik Johnson, The good spellers for tidbits rolls milk.
Thursday March 8, PTO Meeting trio-superior; D.J. Riddick &: LeAnn helping was Den Leader George District 16, Scout Master Leslie this week are: Dwight Allen Ronda Frldayi Sloppy; Joe on bun potato
7:30; Jr. Beta Club Induction. Flynn snare drum duet-excellent; Davis. The Scouts displayed colorful Folsom, Den Leaders Gayle &Chuck Bryant Willis Chandler David Elder salad( green Umaa, chocolate cake
Monday March 12, 4th 6 weeks Angela Epps, Lori McKinney Kristy eagles they had made and plants they Davis, Winston Barber Branch Jennifer Forayth. Jerimy Gassett, w-choc. icing milk.
report cards home Johns &: George Levasser clarinet had ",row n. President, and parents of the scouts.
quartetexcellent.Congratulations. -
The Jr. Beta Club held a car wash to these students
Saturday, February 24, at Hurst's who have done such fine work and < ,
Shell Station. Despite the frequent have made their band and school proud
heavy rains the students washed of them. ,ltYNI ,w93M .0 It t1Isl.
enough cars to earn $47. All the '
money was donated by the Betas to Bradford Middle School students
the American Cancer Society.The are getting ready for their school: < '
following Betas contributed Spelling Bee which will be held on
much of their Saturday to the car March 23. School champion and '
wash: Angela Folsom Renee runner-up will participate in the ,
Wlmberly Marschall Brown, Timmy bounty Spelling Bee on Thursday,
Gonzalez, Lark Ann Johns Lee Ann .April S, in the school board room.
Flynn, Donnie Wilkerson, Mike Interested students can* obtain a
Christmas Daniela Rigby. Kim study list of words from the language FABRIC SHOPS
Lawsn, Lori Flynn Susan Alvarez arts department which Is coordinating ,I e,,
Robin Stern, Marla Parley LoriMuse the Bee.Language .
Tommy Crosby Craig Sapp, Arts classes are review. m:7 _
Beth Francis, Teresa Bauldree, Ed lag letter writing skills, and students '1 Fabric Items Available In TG&Y Fabric Shops Only, _
ward Crews, Vonda Kay Ayer Cathy will have an opportunity to expant eNR
Gillingham Jeff Taylor and Teresa these through a'Pen Pal" program. 4
Smith, Andrew Strickland and Students who wish to participate may
Pamela Sams volunteered their ser- pick a country and age of "Pal" and wwith
vices to( the Betas and were a great for a fee of 50 cents the Student Letter < 4
help.Little helpers wereJan Stanwlx- Exchange Bureau will supply a name.
Hay and Aimee and Julie Ferguson. .
Everyone had a good time. The All Star Girls' and Boys' basketball .
sponsors Dot Moore and Peg intra-murals will be held In the BMS ,
Stanwix-Hay, left as wet and clean as gym Friday March 2, at 7 p.m. < hiOn :
the kids and cars. Concessions will be available.Admission Sde ar
The Betas want to thank Mr. Carl Is students-50 cents and adults$1. '
Hurst for the use of his station and
water. the Bradford
Beginning February 23 -
Saturday March 3, members of the Middle School physical Education <
Bradford Middle School Band went to ( Department will be screening all .
G'ville to( District 4 Florida Bandmasters 6th 7th and 8th graders for possible
Association Solo and Ensemble scoliosls: referrals. Scoliosls is a I 'gethuge.
Contest.The students were Judgedon defect and the survey Is beingdone .' .H'I
their ability to play a prepared as a result of a 1978 legislative <
solar ensemble.Participants were: act making this mandatory In all '
Mike Waters trumpet solo-superior; school districts. ..
Kenin Sheetz, trumpet solo-superior; <
Doug Glover trumpet solo-excellent; Home Economics classes are learn
Mike Christmas sax solo-superior; ing cooking terms use of proper uten- savings _
Jeff Powell, sax solo-superior)( ; D.J. ails, and how to read and use a recipe ,
Riddick, timpani solo-superior; properly. Teacher is Mrs. Kathy Nor
Levance Gay bassoon solo superior;
Billy Tiaon. sax solo-excellent; Tom man.Mr. 8,1970 Thru March 11,1070
Pierce, snare drum solo-superior; Wheterford, assistant manager '
Faith Roberts French horn solo- of TG&Y: spoke Friday Feb. 16. to IIIUt
superior; Carmella Coburn, French business educations classes on .IIQIiiiUi1i1Ifl.1tI"}$
horn-superior; Timmy Aldrldge "Employability Skills Needed to 1 .i
baritone solo-superior; Randy Work in a Family DepartmentStore. -
Crawford, baritone solo-superior; ." Mrs. Audrey Myers Is the '
1 Kenny Perry" & Curtis Griffin, snare teacher. 'DiscoV r the .CGet a"sweet '

I Starke Mentally Disabled Need Volunteer functions of I. I % savings... _

Volunteers are needed as well as Volunteers of America U a private, ..
donations of various items at the non-profit national organization serving -
Volunteers of America home for men a wide range of worthy causes '
tally disabled women located on and, as can be expected funds are practical... c Honey Dimity Solids
S-301. limited for the Starke home. Mrs.
Home Director Sharon Alderman Alderman will welcome any donations .
who can be reached at 964-8747 asks of furniture and other household 4 Choose this delicate fabric of 65% Fortrel
that any persons interested in items playground equipment, or ap Polyester and 35% Cotton to enhance your spring
volunteering their time for arts and pliances.The .100% Polyester and summer apparel. 44/45" wide.
crafts instruction, transportation! for home houses 12 women who are .
the women to and from night school at trying to ease into a community en-
Vo-Tec, and reading instruction. A vironment by living In a less restrictive Doubleknit
gas allowance will be given for all setting, but such a venture can Regular
drivers. not succeed without help from others. 1.98 1 77 ,

I Lawtey Youth Has Shot At U.S. Naval Academy17year I r A handsome selection of this popular fabric. Yard... .
can be used for so many things! Let your
old William James Chastain leg stands a'very good chance'be1 Imagination run free and use yards and yards of
of Lawtey has been named one of 28
ing selected, according to a 4 this 100% Polyester 58/60" wide. : _
alternate appointments ta( the United spokesman for Fuqua's office. Five
States Naval Academy in Annapolis
Maryland by Rep. Don Fuqua principals and 28 alternates have
Dem.-Altha. been chosen this year for considers- 1 Thssitupat
Chastain, who will be graduating tlon of admission to the naval < J.
from Bradford High School this spr academy next fall. _

9 9 ,. a 13% savingsLow
I "ICE. ""W" LEGALSMTlfE I r 1111 I DIll I J 4 '' Our

Ronnl. C. Davit hoi Cod. of Bradford County Hove seized and have Yd.
mad. application to 'the In my possession th. H Summerfield J Dress Prints
Bradford J.rom. Johnt, Chairman
County Zoning following described p.r. '
Board for,ec'a..iflcallon' Bradford County .onal properly' to-wit: '... I' Your ideal choice in fabric for dresses, blouses,
of the property descrlb- Zoning Board. 1969 Chevrolet Nova 4
.d below shirts, and morel Attractive prints of 50% r
from EA 1tchg 3/B
to OR 2-door
Polyester and 50% Avril Rayon. 44/45" wide.
on. acre located 2 mil.. I.D. No. <
north of Lawtey on the NOTICE OF 114279W477029
West side of Hwy 301 I In SHERIFF'S SALE As the prop.rty of the 4 Save 20 % off
Section; 12 Township 9 Nolle It hereby glv.n above named d.f.ndant a big Regular
South Rang. 22 East out that 1 I. Dolph E. Reddlih. and that on Monday the 1 A
of North /> of lot.23 and as sheriff of Bradford 2nd day of April 1979 at 1 1.69
24 of Woodlawn for a County, Florida under on. oclock P.M. on said / Yard ( Yd.IMHB .
ling I. family rldnc. and by virtu of Writ of day on th. premises of +
This chang In notification Execution, to-wit: the Bradford County Jail, \ Picture Pretty Fabric-
,It subject to a public Execution owed out I will off. for sal. anCIj, ,
hearing 'to b. h.ld on of County Court of Bradford sell to the highest bidder "
Tuesday* March 27, 1979 County Florida pursuant for cash In hand, the 4 "
Permanent Press machine washable"65 -,
at 7:30 p.m. In the County to a Final Judg. above described pro4
Commlitlon Room In m.nt for Hance Thornton perry' of told d.f.ndant e 0 A 11 %
the Bradford County of Stark. Florida and to satisfy the aforesaid 4 % Kodel warm a'
Courthoul.. At this tint. against Janl. Rhoden Execution.
35% Combed Cotton
all persons lntrtld' defendant. In the 3 11
shall b* heard for or amount of $266.63 Dolph E. Reddish, j 1OO% Cotton
against the proposal attpclfld togthr with costs of Sheriff, Bradford County, 4 Regular 3.98 Yd. Yd. ,
In the Zoning collection. Florida. 3/8 4tchg 3/29.

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BUDFORDCRRBRCE 1.z____ __, _. holstery For curtains and pillows, up1' 7 'Z

SERVICE __ n .. Natural color. /

964-6167 : .1 wide. Regular 1.98 .

5"A Month WHl.Get You

'aA"' AOVIHTISBO MMCHANDISK POUCY-TOaY's ...11., le to alway .....adverttee. merchandise.' In .....u... supply' In aw... ... In
Twice A Week PickUp .. *..... Ih. *advertised merchandise le net ....,....*due to untereeeefi reaaena,TO*V will prevM.a New Cheek. ,MB...,.........t..-....the!IK. *
nerahendlse may be Ituta...... .. Ih* ...* price when It sieeemee. .../1...., ar yms may Itur.....* similar quality merchandise. at* similar' / III =c
I Ii pri., ........11.... '. w. will be tias>ay I.retund ....mney If yen ar*net ..".".. wills y_r""h.... II U Ui.pesky! af TeaT to ee*that yeu ar* '
In Most Areas,> wills..u..h.....I M la TO*Vs aelley/ la .. priced -... ""." In th. *_.........",.. ..,. ........ may vary market ky .......... Mil,
i t.Ke eele. price will always be ss, ..... .... m m m
Oumpstir S r Io9 Available' Soon ;, ,v. ...'J'G&.YIIBUJ(1JffilTlIIl.

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