Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04189
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Would You Believe $7.2 Million in New Construction in 1979?

Riding through Starke or down by the county zoning office and two by Another major source of single
most any country road you see new the City of Starke despite the tight family housing/ the U S government -
;' homes but It's difficult to estimate money problem and Interest rate hit- 235 program under the U S
the growth the county and the city of ting around 13.5 percent. Agency for Housing and Urban
Starke is experiencing. Six new homes is "not really bad Development Families which
/ Would you believe $72 million in but It's not that good either" says qualify generally have an income of
new homes and businesses were ac- Janet Turner secretary in the county around $15000 or less and Uncle Sam
tually built or put on the drawing zoning office. helps them with payments
"You just don't take any- short cuts..." board in 1979'Permits Home building is expected to get a The 235 houses range in cost from

Hob Harris expounds on how to build a house in five Affordable Homes builds houses under various government for 130 new homes (Isingle big shot in the arm from the $13 SWOOO( ) to H.OfJO and from 1 Itm: lo
family dwellings) and 206 mobile million bond issue being sold through 1.500( !square feet. Payments can be
11( D's 2I": ; Harris
weeks at the newest of his home building sites in Keystone programs/ Including program
homes were sold by Bradford Countyin the county Housing Finance Authority figured at $1 thousand dollars
per per
started houses here three because
Club Estate. Affordable Homes which" Harris owns building years ago area
needed affordable homeHarris 1979. At least 100 of those new That money is expected to be month thus. the payment on a $tH.IMKI
I built 31 homes plus two commercial buildings in 1979 I>r. an
of homes. homes are complete the county zon- available in 1980 for the construction house would be $:JBO per month Thtgovernm..nt >
has built building
Harry Omen's new denial office and the SuWaebuilding a reputation quality
"' .. be .." ing office says. of some 300 new homes costing kicks in around $125 per
', something of.
which his son Robert owns were built by Harris ou gotta give a man / can proud
Harris The City of Starke only city in the around $49000 Interest rates are month on the payment as long as the
says county! to still! do its own zoning and predicted at around ID percent or less. family salary is low enough! to
planning. Issued! permits for 41 single Once the bonds are sold and the qualify leaving a monthly payment
family dwellings. money available the various lending by the homeowner of around $:.T>0 per
Builder Bob Harris At least six commercial Institutions must get the money out month
SpecializesIn establishments are complete or under within 18 months. Trick for the home owner is being
construction in the county Thses include The bonds are expected to be ready able to come up with that monthly
: a green house to grow for sale in February.Zoning. payment
tomatoes commercially built off Ed-

Affordable HomesBob wards Road by Mrs. Louise Bell; an
upholstery shop on Sit-KM) north just Problem
off SR-2:15: by John Henley; a tractor Dog
repair and maintenance shop on I
Harris and the U S, Department ... 'SR-16easl of Starke; a new A&K Feed
of Mousing and Urban Develop- Store on US-301 south on property Face CommissionersThe
ment have combined to give Bradford owned by Ca..llfurst; a new Western
Countians a good quality affordable Auto Store on SK-21 between
homeIn Keystone Heights and Melrose by County Commission will face a Clerk Gib Brown has written several
fact that's the name of Harris' George Mundell! ; a new restaurant in full agenda at its first session of 1980 nearby counties to find out how, they
construction firm Affordable Homes the Midway Shopping Center on SR-21 with at least three controversial handle the situation
a name he chose from a newspaper between Keystone Heights and issues and the election of new officers
editorial which said the area needs an Melrose a vacuum cleaner repairshop slated when the board convenes at Gas Tax ReferendumThe
affordable home on US-301 north of Starke; a new 9:30: a.m. Monday Jan. 7.
In the past V" years Harris has t 1 elf I I small utility trailer manfacturmg The troublesome dog problem faced Commission is also likely to
built 61 homes within a 20 minute a plant, Crosley Manufacturing Co. on by county rural residents as well as discuss the possibility of submitting! a
radius of SLarke. plus dentist Harry US-301 south; and a new propane gas every town in the county may come referendum to voters in Ihe March
Gruen office and the Nu-Wave r bulk storage/ plant by Register Oil onUS up for discussion following the primaries providing for a one cent
building on \V Call Street in Starke. -301 south December incident near Lawtey special] tax on gasoline to be placed in
and] a custom salt box home on The City of Starke can boast a new when a pack of dogs/ Hacked and killed a special fund for road maintenanceThe ,
!>R-10(1]( lie has a reputation of Wendy s. a new hair styling shop anda two prize Yorkshire hogs belonging board will be asked to reverse
building a guality home new dental office a new police station to a year-old 4-H youth who the recommendation of its Zoning
Harris will proudly show you! a new Fellowship Hall added to was grooming them for the county Commission on a controversial issue
through an Affordable Home telling I the First United Methodist Church a at Hall store on SR.lUOandI1if: >hvvavIK
you I hat his'" studs are mounted New Dental Office... complete renovation of the old Half fairAt The owners are seeking rezoning
IB-inches apart and made of spruce This new building/ West ('all Street' in Marke I is the office, of Ur. Marry Moon lintel building on Call Street by present the county is armed only of property to permit installation of
fir for a straight I wall even though the Griten. H local dentist. II was built Affordable. Homes in J9"! 'I, fiitoi. TreiRhtways! to expand offices with an ambigious state law which gasoline pumps Die Zoning l hoard
boards cost t ;JH! .ift! cents more than here. and the completion of a new city provides only that dogs running loose gave a negative recommendation on
The Jo by :It 1 foul building with :i.III: : squire font. building "II"alt..1 at Sl>.;."ml
pine The walls are double plated on the building permit issued l bv the ( ilv of. :st.irke hall. and "known to be VICIOUS" may be the rezoning and also on Hall s re-
rven though building codes call only The Keystone Heights area still picked up and observed for possible quest for a special use permit. which
for a ,mglepUte The blocks are laid leads in the number of homes going rabies It is an aflerthe fact statute would allow gas pumps for a spec'if ted
doing the same type of building here ('uunly is now around $13..
says the the ofncials
straight! (here are 1'.- baths built in up in county zoning and useless in preventing attacks time
kitchen cabinets! a fireplace, tile or too Harris Several years ago Ihe think Lawley is getting much action such as the Lawley incident. !Maxie Carter. Jr will end his
marble in the window sills In 197911.lr..11I built 31 homes half average income was loa high and too with new homes going( / up all over 12-month tenure as chairman al this
his three-year production includingsome most! families were unable to qualify and an addition being made to the Some interest has been shown by at meeting with the naming of lint.w
You just don't t take any short cuts in black areas for the 2:15: or other programs!: school which has exploded to 450( least one member of, the commissionIn chairman vice chairman and department
It may run $200 more a house but I I'll The houses cost from S:J8.000 to Local builders an<' lenders have pupils and homes springing up a tighter dog ordinance ami County heads
have a straight( wall S.I-I.IMNI.( depending on the square succeeded! in getting the limits raisedto everywhereThere
footage/ The S'UIIMRI l ( house would he matcn those of Duval and Clay are heller-than-nice homes
"A man has lo have something he I.ISO square feel :bedroom, 2-bath. Counties! going up in the Kll lake area led by
can take pride in He/ drx'sn't t want to fully conditioned and heated]. and Available utilities paved streets
the S2K.1I00( ( ) wood and stone home of Reclassification Asked
make payments on A home that" he's include appliancesAt and the improvement of Slarke electric 3.4HO square feel of Mullet Hale on I
ashamed to invite visitors to, Harris an interest rate of four! percentand rates in comparison to private Silver Lake The new homes of Mrs

'emphatically a 3o-year mortgage. payments on firms since the oil crisis is the reasonso Marjorie Cook and H L /Hall are next On 9 Acres in NE Starke
The l 1.31(1) to I I..54X1 square! foot concrete such a home would he $1 per $1.MM) many new homes are going up in door' on Lake Geneva. and new homesare
block homes are dotted all over per month Thus a $18.MX) house calls Starke Harris says Plus Ill:I) likes being built on Santa Fe Lake bv

the county Harris has built Olin the for a payment of $:WO per month city streets and utilities available Richard Hugger' and J.W dill. A hearing on the rezoning of nine The rezoning will require! an
last three years. and Gerald Griffis is Htl> chips in $!H5 per month on the Harris recently bought( six lots on Camp Keystone owned by the ai.res of pre pe'rty west of Old Lawtev amendment to the cil>'s Comprt-hen
payment for nullifying families leaving liroadwav Street the half block bet Salvation Army, on Crystal Lake is Hold ,ind north of Mary Street will/ beheld sive, Land Use Plan
/ the new home owner a monthly wei 'n the'county jail and the Bradford undergoing a major expansion to cost In. the (Citv .Planning & Zoning At thej.inu.irv.li meeting the Plan-
the mOWn (!trierTHURSDAY. payment of $2:r High football (field from WarrenW around SIIH.lMKl: : ( Contractor Ernest: Commission at its regular! meeting ring & Zoning Commission will hold
Income for a family of five can be inkier. He sold four of the lots in the 'I'rii'sl is doing the work. Being/ addedis 7 ::111) p m. Tuesdiv! Jan 17 another hearing receive comments
up to $2MHto! under IIUDs 215: program first week and now has homes completed a Z\\.unit story motel a laundry The properly I is owned bv Ralph P on the comprehensive land use plan
Income and family cirtumstances or nearing completion on the an amphitheatre. and four additional Bryan and Win C Powell! Jr who which must be approved and adopted
vary and each person entire block units are being lidded In staff headquarters are requesting reclassification from bv July l I. mm
t .- should talk to a builder or lending institution Harris does business home '(Copies of the
nt except A i agricultural) and Hi A )single comprehensive plan
In determine if they can for permanent financing Coming in the newcar are a new family low-d'nslly residential. to are available! for public inspection
qualify for Die assistance offered unavailable locally lie uses all local convenience store on Pleasant Grove H-I 1C i single family 111t'cllum-d"lIsll1.: md review at the pi.inning! and zoning
1 through the 2:r> or various othergovernment labor. including a Id-man trim and (hunch Road being built by Ira Hudson requiring only 7.'iiHl sq ft. per lot. office 'in Ihl'111' hall or at the Bradford -
programs framing crew He hires Paul just two miles from Mark. and anew The properly lies between the MI l'ounty libraryIT'orkshop
J Family payments and the HUD supplement Crawford of Lawtey lo lay blocks and lounge and night dub bv Raymond railroad tracks md Old .Law lex" hood l.
remains the same for the life foundations Heath on Sit.JOUH at Law
pour Icy north of !Mary Street a plaited street
of the loan unless family income increases Six new for single I family which
permits is not opo'nh,1' it intersects
allowable limits AffordalleA-7.... / Meeting Set
beyond residences were issued In December with Old l.anlev Rood
Advantage under the 2:15: program
Is the low interest rate of four percent HySchttol llttrtrtlPublic
and the low three percent down payment '

JAN J required/ A straight Farmers New Pants Fac in KH In In ritetl
Bradford School Home Administration loan calls for a tory Operating Airporta

loard Workshop five percent down payment nd un interest The first in a series of monthly
7:00: P.M. rale of II 5 percent A new industrial work pants factory plenl iful supply of I"bor11\ me area middlemen involved" Schneidersaid workshop sessions. is set hv. the Bradford -
A st'hoolh'u..ht'r. whose husband i is is already In operation al Ihe County :School IIn.1rd.fnr 7. p m
MONDAY, JAN 7 still in school recently built a $1r.riiH) Keystone Airport with the possibilityof The Hawthorne factory has 72 A resident of Keystone Heights. tonight I iThursdav in I the ad-
IradtordCoComnnliftlonorB home under the ZTi: program She n shirt f.ictory being established operators while the Pulatk.i' plant Schneider Is associated; in I the nimistrativp building on :N; Temple
l.riMi( down and go/ u $14.(HX> "somewhere in the immediate Ilft'a" has :Id, Schneider said business with Larry Tucker and Ave i'l' h toil
t,300 ml .Mooting. loan Under the 2:15: program the during/ 11HO according to Hobert Industrial work trousers are produced Hnh'rl1'u'kf'r. bath ,nf, n.'t"oll.I1'h! Although nD.1 l'nda has been drawnup
government will pick up $145 of the Schneider one of three associates in at all three plants, and are sold The site of the new plant is on the for I this first session the public 'is''
....,. City Council $ 140 monthly payment until the the operation, of the airport plant mid diredlv to other factories and, induslrlal portion of airport property th.it lies in invited to attend and discuss with the
y teacher's husbiind graduates anti two older located at Hawthorne Bradford ( ( hoard
7:30 t>M, plants l consumers "There are no any matters of interest or concern -
!goes to work, thus increasing familyincomenbove and Palatkii relating 1 to school" affairs ln the
the 2'15 nullifying level Also
county attending will be schooladministrators
llbronn Vol.
Spgs. Schneider told
A divorcee with children recently TinTelegraph thai = T teachers
FlroDoptOrgonliatlonol hr would bp .
interested in
used her divorce. settlement to cut discussingthe a Instituted at t the suggestion oll hoard
Mtg down the loan and thus the monthly possibility of a location In the chairman .\rthur Catkins. the
McCarthy Corogo 0 Slarke vicinity for the second plant 4
7PM..(f 4.701* Info) payment Coming up with a down. payment lie said he would ')glad 10 mewl l with for workshops better communications afford the opportunity between

no problem lo most' Barrissays representatives of I he HriictforcU'ini n school ,
personnel parents. and
They usually i II from ly Development Authority and the students. if 'they rare to come
FmHA OlllcoDedication Chamber of Commerce l later In Ihe
(me. set of parents and half from the
/ ':(IS em. other What must be reliably determined year lo discuss Ihe mailer 1
Old Court Homo make (:Commission
is that the couple can
The airport plant! started operatingthe -
monthly payment week before Christmas In the
Charvtbor of Commoreo make Tn Men Jan 15
can't payments on a
building formerly used by the
board M..lln.Noon .
fancy new car and slill be able to
Cordon R.steuranthook. make a $22;>.2">ll house payment" road Keystone Art Tube Keller Company owner of on the airport lube U t / The next meeting' of the :Starko('It>

Harris sav"AVf'rage moved this ('omml""lvn.11. be held Tuesdav'
plant lo
operation a
V..tlnj or 7:30 p m family income In Bradford California location, ,, several months 7i Jan' It al 7 p m The regular first
Tuesday. m..11n1ta,. cancelled) due
ago y
M74ik cyq lo the ;New '"ear'" holiday
Hampton. Council In d .I
M... 7:30 Schneider said the airport plant At a special meeting on Thursday
lng p.m. would possibly have 80 or 90 Jan' 17. al.7 W p m the Commission,
TWO SECTIONS employees by the end of 19RO and sell hold a public hearing to receive
Courtesy Of SECTION Al: around within Ihe next few months comments on the Comprehensive)
Pages SA 7A Currently there are around 20 Plan for the City of Starke
JACKS!)" BUILDING Editorial . . . Pe'84A employees Including 14 operators Copies of the Comprehensive! Plan
LtqalsA ea/Est. Page MA and the business staff.. are available for public inspectionand
SUPPLY Of Stark The Goes Here re'ieat the Planning and Zoning .
Zipper ..
Hwy 301 S 964.6079Koyllono SECTION al! Jeannie McKinney plant manager Office in the city hall and at the
HogM' Sports P.ge,8.48.& 3B said they had been fortunate In obtaining leannle' McKlnnev. nighlt). plan, manager nl the new Keystone Inlfmm Bradford County Librarv. in Starke
Hwy" tOO And It.A Classifieds Poo7B employees who had previous la"tlra.tlll'I'Ing ( n. evplains lo seamstress Frances' .imlor; how to sew rippers The Comprehensive Plan must I1C
473-4973 Obituaries Pig IB training and thai there seemed to be


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..8I1eZ1TELEGRAPII January 3. loll

I The Turbulent '70s are Gone Here a Look ,at Some News HighlightsA I 1

new decade has descended upon Construction began In May on the 60 were no serious injuries and the Fire Department had severe financial five years Between 1960 and 1970, the store shot after again being after shot once leaving and ap-
_-leaving the oftentimes turbulent70s low-rent apartments on SK-16, one- school suffered slit damage by the woes-so serious that it was to close in however, Bradford County gained only parently Two after the murders two-
behind with only Imprints of their half block from Old Lawtey Road. angry young BUS Principal October because there were no funds.In three people. Gainesville years were charged wjth
Lawtey men :
Impact left on our lives. We'veseen so The lung struggle for a county garbage Ralph Diggs was ousted and replacedby a continuing trend,residents protested A continuing saga of the shotgun murder Robert Hinson,
much change its hard to grasp just system began, with sanitarian Charles Francis. the.clty's zoning approval for water system began when the council 40 and Kenneth Crimn=33f5W re
what all happened.A Jack Trawick telling the county com- Two women were murdered and the apartment! complex off Orange signed a $114,000 contract to have charged, and later Grirfinawassentenced :
look back at Bradford County mission a system with one truck, 55 daughter of one of the slain women Street and Edwards Loop Road. The water system installed. The contractwas to death. Charg y 8ffr!'at
during the last decade shows come garbage receptacle and a bulldozer was abducted. The motive for the city later rescinded its okay on the nixed and agreed upon the follow Hinson were dropped alter 'U,.: /JBS
progress, controversies and some would cost 56000. murder at Nell's Style Shop between apartment zoning. ing year and did not become operational claimed there was Insufficient.
quagmires. Bradford High School adopted a Melrose and Keystone Heights was a The county commission pledgedone until 1576.Thecounty to convict him. ;;;.::f
dress code, saying that mini-skirts mystery. Bobbie L. Turner; 38 and mill of Its property taxes to the saw $3 million go for
",' (remember those?) could be no Patricia Marr.22,were discovered bya Bradford County Hospital to keep it In contraction during the year, ,
higher than six Inches above the patron who found their partially the black BCH later asked for 1976The
knee Two months later the dress nude bodies in a small closet. The $477,000 in funds-which the. countydid 1974A
Teledyne Exploration Co. of Texas code was thrown out. women had been shot more than once. not grant. Bradford County Library was
started a search for gas and oil In the The city adopted a disability y The missing daughter of Ms. The odor from the rendering plantIn 3,300 kilowatt generator was put dedicated in an official-opening
county, drilling around State Roads benefit policy, allowing for reimbursement Turner.Valerie Turner,caused an intensive Hampton had citizens riled. to work for the city, following more ceremony-six years after titans) to
16, 18, 121, 100 and 230. of up to 73 percent of an manhunt to be carried out. Nothing was done about the odor than two years debate and on-again, build the library were formulated.-
The Bradford Library Building employee's salary. Her body was found by children play spewing from National Protein for In the March prlmarJftS,; Cov.
Committee was formed to scout out Pecans sold for 38 cents pound! ing in a wooded area almost seven several years, but the citizens kept Four binding codes were made law George Wallace received a 93: percentvote
possible sites for the new library. Hampton voted overwhelmingly, months after the slaying. coming to the commission In protest. by the county. The codes applied to by Bradford countians\In the
The zoning board finalized a district 109-27 to keep their city intact. And after almost two years of intensive President Richard M. Nixon was gas, plumbing,electrical and building November election, President Jimmy
zoning plan for 10 zoning areas.Later, and sometimes baffling investigation given a 3-1 vote by Bradford voters- standards. Carter was voted in, along with Seti.
a five-district zoning plan was 1971Gas the sheriffs department the first time this democraticvotingcounty Circuit Judge George L. Patten Lawton Chiles. It was the first
adopted and building permits were announced they had in custody the supported a Republican can- resigned his post because of illness.He democratic turnout In the coUntyln 12
required before any constructionwent two men accused of murdering the didate ever. died shortly thereafter. Judge years.
up.Black. prices for the city were raised three women. Sherman Raymond Me- The Lake Butler Reception and Wayne Carlisle was named to replace The 40-unit apartment complex to
students, still called Negroes from the unbelievable low price of 3.3 Crary and Carl Robert Taylor were Medical Center opened to provide Patten. be known as Pine Hills won approvalby
then, presented a six-point resolutionto cents per therm to 5.8 cents.Gas now charged with one of the county's most hospital services for inmates at FSP The new Bradford) Square shopping the city, despite heavy cbiectjdns;
the school board asking for, among is 22 to 27 cents a thermo mysterious murders. and vel. center was underway and Winn-Dixie by residents. The city: later rentg ;ed
other things, equal representation in The county suffered $168,030\ in A building permit ordinance was Joined the cluster of stores. on its approval, and then.Jafer(
student activities, in-service trainingfor damages from two twistershardesthit set by the county, requiring all people 1973In After being accused of having an reissued Its approval after being told:
teachers to eliminate racist attitudes were Camp Blanding and Kingsley constructing new buildings to obtain a anti-mobile home attitude the zoning It would lose all federal monies. i ilTGie 1.
and the tossing out of all Lake, permit from the county. board approved, for the first time in complex was not approved. '"u
racist textbooks.The The State Farmer's Market onUS301 The first female mayor was installed the era of burgeoning civil rights, seven months, mobile homes within Women had some gains during this
total solar eclipse on March 7 was completely razed by fire. in Brooker, Shirley Green. Bradford high school students won the city limits.A time-Pat Spengler was namedthefirst
was washed out in the county. The It was the biggest fire since the fire at the right to have a say in the dress mini-tax revolt descended upon woman chairperson of the school
next chance to see a total eclipse will Camp Blending during World War II. 1972 code policies the courthouse when several board and girls had their own-Calf
be 2024. The Mayor's Committee on Sewer service was to be extended to residents protested their tax scramble for the first time.And Along
Hampton, Lawtey, Brooker and Obscene Literature took upon itself to the Reno area-which didn't happen assessments.A the lines of women's libJ th*-first
Keystone Heights get home mail screen all obscene literature in the It was the year of Gov. George until 1975. new State Farmer's Market open- female National Guardsman-filed a
delivery.The convenience stores and ban the ones Wallace and forced busing Bradford One-fourth of the county's ed after the old one had been burnedIn sex bias suit for being denied can
formation of the Housing considered obscene. County voters nixed forced busing 4-1, registered voters signed a "whiskey 1971. didacy into the National Guard Officers
Authority was approved by the county The high school reopened after two gave Gov. 2,293 sale" petition and two months later The first woman joined the National Candidate School. And |wp.! attorneys -
commission. days of racial disturbances. TheremM votes in the presidential primary voted by 132 votes to have a "wet" Guard Unit at Camp Blanding, Helen filed a discrimination, suit
Sen. Hubert Humphrey came in se- county M. Gillespie, a 21-year-old University which named county commissioners
cond, with Sen. George Jackson coming It snowed in February.The of Florida student. as codefendants. The attorneys
in third. old Anderson school was leasedto The words "fuel adjustment" claimed the county paid tlremless
Food stamps made their entry, the state Department of Correc- became something to grumble over than they did male attorneys.
replacing the commodity stamps. tions for a prison work-release when the city tacked on a 35 percent Widening of SR-16 began.after.:, a
Also, the program was now under the program-over the protest of citizensIn surcharge to utilities bills. year and a half debate. ...-...
'j11AtJ'A complete administration of the state.A the surrounding area. The city was told it must stop dump The first contract for a'.garbage
whistle was installed at the A $1 million shopping center ing effluent into the Alligator Creek dump was let after several years.of
Raiford State Prison to warn surrounding mobile home complex was approvedby by 1977. A $2 million sewer system is pushing by sanitarian Jack TraWAck.The .
residents of escaped inmates. realize but the project was still In the planning stages in 1979. ...
The Historical Society of Bradford never The air conditioned, hotel-like dormitories first woman police officer was
County was deeded the old courthouseby The town of Lawtey voted to have a were under construction for hired by Police Chief Jimmy eq en.
the school. mayor-commissioner form of govern UCI-the beginning of a new era in the Pat Williams joined the force in June.
The city vetoed a radar unit for the ment. treatment of prisoners. The county gave the Historical:
police department, calling it a "new The gas shortage began its never- Starke joined the North Florida Society $20,000 to refurbish the.old
fangled gadget. The police depart- ending career but Bradford County Regional Planning Council. courthouse. ....
: ment did, however, get a new IBM didn't feel the pinch: too severely. Lawtey and Brooker followed the An investigation into ticket fixing
teletype machine.A The city issued $1.8 million in bonds county in adopting their own building by the city police department.ended a
12-member committee was form- for a $750,000 addition to the power codes. few months later with Police Chief
ed to formulate plans for the plant.The. Jimmy Bowen being cleared. of.all
rebuilding of downtown Starke. 18-year old contingency won alleged wrongdoing concerning ,the
The county accepted the Emergency the right to drink and vote 1975The handling of traffic tickets of prominent
Care System, which would providean Kenneth resigned -
Police Chief Fuqua citizens. :''-ni
ambulance, emergency techni- two months shy of his completedterm old courthouse, which was A contract with the Police
<9 It's not too late. cians, radio communications with the ,saying there was "no future" in deeded to the Historical Society, was Benevolent Association was okayedby
hospital via closed circuit television.The politics. He went to work as a meter placed on the National Register of the city. The PBA. negotiates all
system was estimated to cost the reader for the city. Historical Sites. employee-related issues for the police
county 133000. The county commission decided to
with the
A new IRS ruling allows you to set up an The old 'C' Building at BHS was The issue of whether to have a city take the reins of Bradford County The Continental city. Phone Co. located

Individual Retirement Account as late as torn down. School construction was manager was placed on the Hospital. That move was declared illegal their offices In Starke. :. --
April 15, 1980 and deduct your contributionfrom the big building going on during the September ballot after 431 citizens one month later.
1979 income.institutions. previous year. The school board also signed a petition asking for a city Four years after the Library
your authorized in January a $550,000 bond manager. Building Committee was formed, ac- 4977 \
issue for worth of Clerk Merrill Edwards won out tual r .I .' Vj>'
Unlike 'P.1tO ,"pcnsoring\ ,JRA ,,. .. $650,000 planned City construction began roe I the
construction. ,. over the city manager issue, winning library.A The increased commerlcal
R city
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'iI'- !fi :'\ivplansayeur lpS.nP.8"ntatJve is ..ble to '. J-t.:':,' The passage of Article V saw,the his /eighth term I in offite, ,' Jimmy s4wgr.amt: water 4 hook-uphor. electricity users'.bills by 60.percent.A : .
lfalnli+.WI srA df+%i+4iitIE yriBiVlendmg-products; .&&&> end of city court, as well as the end of Bowen began his career as police dinance for city residents upped the dog control ordinance was passed
including investment certificates, mutual traffic court administered by the city. chief after he won over Bill Chambersin cost for those hook-ups. making the Bradford County.Health,
funds, and annuities. For more informationon The court system was now divided' In- a run-off election. Building 'B' at BHS bit the dust in Department the agency responsiblefor
this tax sheltered retirement plan, to two areas-county and circuit The utilities bills went up by $3.60. the continued construction under the confining dogs that had. bitten
Rent went up 41 percent pushingthe Power plant employees and line school system. anyone or any dogs suspected of baring -
contact: average rental price up to $48 crewmen entered a short-lived strike Richard Jockel was named to rabies. Owners of such dogs-were
NAME: Roger A. Chllson from $34. Hard to imagine that. for higher wages. The strike lasted replace Jim Temple as school responsible for fees Incurred;im-
ADDRESS: 2727 NW. 43rd Street City Mayor Carl Hurst resigned so only a few hours superintendent. Temple resigned 18 pounding the dog.
CITY: Gainesville Fla. 32601 PHONE 475.1617I.D.S. he could run for the county judgeship. Hardee's was the second fastfood months before his elected term was The 4-county CUBE agency'was
: Council members also agreed to placeon restaurant to join Starke's ham up replaced with a 10-county Community
I Marketing Corporation A the September ballot the question burger a.id french fry movement.The Two men were murdered during a 11 "in I
Wholly '
of changing the government to a utilities policy was changed by robbery at the Zippy Mart on US-301. ( See NEWS HIGHLIGHTS.
Owned Subsidiary Of Investors Diversified mayor-commissioner type and extending city commissioners to have the gas Glen Cavell Lundren. 18, was '!1
Services the terms to four years. and electric departments under one discovered by a truck driver lying un- 8A ) ......:.:.1
IDS Life Insurance Company Raiford State Prison was formed in- supervisor and utilities bills had to bepaid conscious on the floor He was rushedto ..

Minneapolis Minnesota, to two prisons, Florida State, and within 21 days, plus 10 days Shands Teaching Hospital in 1'. H
Union Correctional. FSP was headed before they became delinquent.Univenlty Gainesville but died two hours later. YOU "I
to help people
manage money by Raymond Massey then. of Florida projected the Keith Kirchaine, 16, was discovered .1 -.
The Bradford County Volunteer county's population would double in on SR-18 after he had apparently left AUTO u.

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on a PC fc.l on 2 Pc S.l on 3 .e S.r Starke
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tW| GUAIANTIC All Badeock b.ddmy is manuliclurad In our own factory by our own
$[ SATISFACTION' = ....lIed craniirwn and nary piece ol BadcocK bedding. Is GUARANTEED TIIE BRADFORD
to give you satiafactton' or your money back! COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
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'I'n: g) wdtit5 Was Found Incompetent To Be. Tried for Murder

.. Is it possible to commit murder, be the two had been ordered out of the to court for a hearing to determine if But the doctors also agreed that
declared mentally incompetent to bar following an argument, the he was able to stand trial. Again fin- they only would recommend Shaw's
1: stand trial, and be released from a Telegraph stated In Its May Z4, 1973 ding Shaw Incompetent, Circuit release under a "highly structured
>r state mental hospital within six edition. After the two went out the Judge John Crews noted in his order plan" that would provide"supportive
years? front door a gun shot was heard and a that Shaw was"shouting and screaming therapy and out-patient care. Each
Yes I bullet penetrated the bar window and attempting to bite the flesh of found that unless Shaw was released
Thomas Jack Shaw of Waldo was later was found on the floor by Brad his arms and spit it out," during the under such a plan, "likely would be
charged with first degree murder In ford County Deputy Sheriff John court proceeding. Shaw was recommitted malnfestly dangerous under stressful
May 1973 In the fatal shooting of Eddie Dempsey who was investigating the for further treatment condi tons."
Carl Renter In a former tavern on shooting. In December 1978, Judge Carlisle The release plan accepted by Judge
of US-301 south in Bradford County. In Dempsey says by the time he arrived found Shaw not guilty of Renter's Carlisle provides thai Shaw will
December 1979 Circuit Judge Wayne at the scene neither Shaw nor murder by reason of Insanity. But report for weekly counseling at the
,... Carlisle ordered Shaw's release Renier's body was at the site. Shaw Judge Carlisle also found that to per North Florida Evaluation and Treat
Irrrr. tX under a rigid plan for monitoring his was later traced down and ballistics mit Shaw to go free would present a ment Center with a psychologist, a
,,10 ,I(1' progress. Psychiatrists at Florida experts Identified the projectile that danger to society, and Shaw remained psychiatrist and a treatment
\ :: State Mental In Chattahoochee kUled Renter with a .45 automatic hospitalized under court order.In specialist who worked with him at an
.' .1.1..,, previously had determined that the pistol Shaw had in his possession at August, 1979 a hearing officer at earlier stay at tile facility. This teamIs
'1d1f! t 39-year-old man was no longer the time of his arrest. Florida State Hospital found Shaw to submit reports to the Judge
'Scholarships Available for BUS Students "manifestly dangerous" to himself or suitable for release under the state following each counseling session for
society and was not suittable for fur- Dempsey gave Shaw's brother, law that controls involuntary the next: eight months.
'-.Deceiving ther treatment at the state mental Wayne Shaw, credit for talking Jack hositalization. Judge Carlisle was The Vocational Rehabilitation Program
and the Rotarian
\ { an application brochure describing Scholarship hospital. Shaw out of the trailer of Melvin notified of that finding and held a In Gainesville has agreed to
"farogfam\'" II BUS Principal Jim Duncan. Guy Andrew,SFCC Board or Trustees
.Chairman Pledges of support from his family Monk near Gainesville the morning hearing on the issue last month. provide Shaw with counseling,job exploration :
d. looks the An-
pleaded to kick off scholarship program. Surrounding and a highly structured, but conditional following the shooting. Wayne Shaw The judge was told by three court- and financial support while
;'dfjttWare: (from left to right Dr. Wayne Whlffen Rotary Scholarship ChairD.man -
release plan have resulted in avoided what could have resulted in appointed psychiatrists that Shaw, he acquires a job skill.
: ; Mac Baldwin, member of the SFCC Endowment Corporation; Tal Mullls. Sliaw's chance for freedom. injury to Jack Shaw or law enforce- who had been diagnosed as "an antisocial Shaw will live In Earleton with a
:Vlcf hr:?.8Ident l of SFCC; Pat Farnsworth Rotary Club president and next to Jim'Duncan
has offered
in Waldo
the Starke Public Defender Alan Parlaptano, ment personnel, says Dempsey.Two personality" with a past sister. His brother
Dr. Bernard McFadden SFCC coordinator at center.
who represents Shaw, said that In this years after his commitment as history of drug abuse,had progressed to let him do part-time carpentry
e'at l;m1'JI case careful preparations have been Incompetent resulting from the 1973 sufficiently so that he was no longer work when lie isn't busy with his
made for the release of a person who murder case,Shaw was brought back dangerous to society. vocational training.
:;r.! Bradford Rotarians Announce has been involuntarily hospitalized by
court order after having been found
3rd Man ArrestedFor
not guilty of a crime by reason of In-
FJBHS Scholarship Program sanity. We Appreciate the Help!
"The courts have made it clearthat Stealing CowA
.. ..
M' ., Insanity acquittees are not to be
Jl' Tfie'RoUry;'; Club of Starke has an- scholarships. Local members of the warehoused indefinitely,"Parlaplanosaid. third man, 22-year-old David We of the Telegraph staff would like to express our very great appreciation
"'nouneed the establishment of the first Endowment Corporation are Mac Morrison of Starke, is in jail after being to our news contributors for their help in meeting early deadlines the
"major-scholarship program for Brad- Baldwin and George Pierce. "We were faced with that point arrested for the Dec.22 killing and past two weeks.
for*High School graduates to attenda Recipients of the scholarships must which will come in most cases of this theft of a cow from the Hance Thorn Tuesday was the very wont day of the week Christmas could have
Santa'Io'e Community College. maintain full-time enrollment (at sort. What makes this one better than ton farm on U8-301110rth of Starke. fallen. on as far as the Telegraph publishing schedule to concerned. Yet,
'-The hew program will grant Its first least-12 semester credit hours) at most Is the careful preparation that Morrison is being held in the Bradford with the cooperation. of received In getting. news In early the paper came
scholarships to those 1980 graduates Santa Fe during their scholarshipyear. has been made for his release." County jail under$5,000 bond. HIs out 811 time both holiday weeks.
wH6'-afe selected on the basis of Winners who maintain good Assistant State Attorney Ken charged with larceny of a cow and Now we can go back to the regular deadlines of Tuesday noon for
leadership qualities, grades and grades during their freshman year Hebert opposed Shaw's release. grand theft.Morrison. classified advertising. Tuesday at S p.m. for display advertising, and
"'1ht*potential to excel food) succeed In will be eligible for continuation of Parlapiano said he expected Hebert's was arrested last Friday Tuesday afternoon for correspondence.:
''college.'The number of awards made their scholarship during the oppostion. "That is an appropriate after being released from a News Items submitted early have a far better chance of getting Into
each year will depend on the amountof sophomore year.Individuals position for the prosecution to taketo Gainesville hospital where he had that week's paper, however So If you have news for the paper, please
funds made available by the Interested in applying be the conservative guardian for the been recovering from a severely cut gel it In as early as possible to Improve your chances of getting. the item
=RShty:Club. for the Rotary Club Scholarships may community. But they understand the hand received during the butchering. Into the next Issue of the paper. Nothing wrong with bringing an Item for
"The 'scholarships are for a request an application from Bradford law is clear on this. Two other Starke men were arrested next week's paper In Thursday or Friday If It. ready. We really do need
.'minimum of$500 per year, providing High Principal Jim Duncan or "There Is no way ever to completely last week by Deputy Sheriff some things early to have type to set Monday
'1$250"pet semester for tuition andtloakaT Counselor Alison Aljets, the SFCC eliminate the factor of risk in deal- Glen Moore, who had the case solved Again, thanks very much for your cooperation the past two weeks.
-' St' rke Center, or from any membero. ing with human beings. But under the within three hours after it was -The Editor.
Any Bradford High senior may app- the Starke Rotary Club. law the time had come when that reported to the Sheriff's Department.
try for the scholarships. Those recommended "I am very proud of our Rotary calculated risk had to be taken" Previously arrested were William
by the high school principal Club, for this Is the first scholarship Parlapiano said. Sebor Starling, 50, of Eli Box 288! ,
!aid: the Rotary Club Scholarship program to be set up at Santa Fe by a Shaw has a long record of criminal Starke, and David Stephenson of
''Committee will be eligible for the service organization" said Dr. Bernard offenses, besides the 1973 murder Sleepy Hollow Drive, Starke. Theyare
''flnarselection' to be made by the San- McFadden SFCC Coordinator. case, Including armed rObberYd charged with larceny of a cow and
ta' Tb 'Community College Endow- "The College has hope other groups breaking and entering grand theft. ,
ment Corporation Scholarship Com- will follow the leadership provided by larceny, and escape. Shaw also has a Moore knew Morrison wasinvolve 71rrs d l w 'Qrr.S .
|mltt 'e. The nonprofit Santa Fe En- Bradford Rotarians in supporting the long record of disturbed mental in the theft last week but
dowment Corp. and the Rotary Club education of our future leaders," he behavior, which Includes inflicting waited until he was released from the
.. ....... .. blades or broken glass while in a previous criminal record.
custody on criminal charges.At .
'' the time of the 1973 murder Shaw Man ArrestedFor
lj 'NewFmHASub-Office. had already been a patient in a state
mental hospital and had been placedon Robberies
probation with the stipulation that "J' -

t To Open HereJan., 81 1wltt'fat ,;.. I ," .1. .,.. he take medication which was supposed The'errest''of'a'32.year-old Lake : e ; e)
to eliminate his violent tendencies,
.. .
l fi1'U .Butler man.pa Dee 24, brought.to an
to the 24 1973 Issue'cf
1 "I 9yel0hbtdr w ;;:d"91he 'iiltdflS1fg'ibf/ \ "t foe: .ens I \t"""tl1ie i borrower according the Telegraph. -May end investigation, into the two Piz- ; 8$ .

I tend'opening ceremonies of the new does not have resources to In October 1973, Shaw was found In- za Hut robberies. .
(farthers Home Administration secure credit through conventional competent to stand trial for the Grover Cleveland Alexander'- ; ; -
fessed to the Pizza Hut
MFm' A) sub-office in Starke at 9:15: sources. murder of Renier at a now defunct robbing on
tam.: : Jan. 8 to Temple Avenue on Sept. 8 and Nov.
Tuesday, according an tavern near Waldo but in Bradford
armOUl'lcementby David Coverston, County. 10 Cleveland Is being held in the Clay u sves.
supervicor of the agency's county of- The Starke sub-office will be Initial- Renier, who had been sharing an County Jail without bond in connectin
ftce'ln Gainesville. Carlos s by James Hoobler and apartment with Shaw, was apparently with other charges. a +sI
Cleveland also confessed to other
Rodriguez, under the supervi- killed outside Faye's Place after
liThe FmHA has leased offices in the sion of the Gainesville county office. robberies, 14 of them being Pizza ,
c.1902''Bradford County courthouse at The staff here may be expanded with Huts' and one at Wendy's Ham- ,.' ".':" :, ".'.'"
209 W. Call St. to serve all residents of the increased need for FmHA 'services burgers. '' ["ONG'C'HAMR" : J '"
In the future. : cl"f'I' )
BtatUurd County, which had \
previously been served out of Late RegistrationSet CARD Of THANKSWe :,' [''S: '.MEi "', /":; :
I $
Gainesville. The FmHA Is the rural Among those attending the opening : :
redit agency of the U.S. Department here Tuesday will be Mike HightowerState SFCCThere '
if and is at l would like to thank everyone for ""ItN.S3QW\ 'S' 1 &tS,2" $
Agriculture primarily FmHA director; DavyCoverston belt thoughtfulness and kindness ex- t ( !tlr.I\e\f.J\ \ ,,,. "
esJBned to meet credit needs through
t he following of loans Gainesville McCormick Is still time to register for the Ended to us during the recent loss of
I farm
types : I. ; visor, and Wallace bar
Santa loved
Fe winter
Community College one.
housing 3.
; community facility; 4. district
director. term which Is from to The of James
juslneasand industry; 5. rental hous- Jan.7 April 18. l family Adkins
1 ngi .-.- The Starke Center Office In Brad-
1 The public is Invited to attend the ford High School will be open for the
I The office will late registration today (Thursday,
j Under 1970 census standards, all of opening Tuesday. tnPRICE
tradford begin service to its clients at 9 a.m. Jan. 3) from 8 a.m.to 4 p.m.and from <
County, including
I is classified Wednesday,Jan 9.I' 6-8 p.m.
I nunicipalities! as rural Final registration will be Monday, GAS HEATER

I ,;: Jan. 7, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 8-8

1 :,: BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH MENU p.m.No appointment Is necessary.The .
I' : 16 courses will be offered in SPECIALS
.;. REGULAR A-LA-CARTE Starke and at the main campus in LARGEST
; I :; Gainesville. Academic and financial __ (INVENTED

rr-!\IOND"YJ\NUARVT counseling are available. BY SAWYER MODEL

iven-baked fish, turnip greens, let- Hamburgers, pizza: French fries, MADS
salad cookie milkshakes, Classes are being offered for the
puce &; tomato applesauce -
cornbread butter, milk first time on Friday evening. Other
| {TUESDAY.JANUARY* new time frames induce a

Chicken: & Noodles, green beans, Cheeseburgers, pizza, French fries, humanities course Monday and.
Waldorf salad, candied sweet milkshakes Wednesday from 10:30: to 11:45 a.m.
potatoes, hot rolls & butter, milk An aerobic exercise course for + Reduced by 55.00
women is offered Wednesday from 5-7 SGC
Chili: con came/beans cabbage & Cuban Sandwich, pizza, French fries, p.m. A course In real estate prin- )
green"pepper slaw, mixed fruit, milkshakes. ciples and practices is offered PROPANE'
I ookia;saltines( milk.THURSDAY. Wednesday and Friday evening from GAS MIDWINTERPRICE
,JANUARY 10 6-8:15 p.m.This course Is required fora

I Wed chicken, mashed potatoes & Cheeseburgers, French fries, pizza, Florida real estate salesman'slicense. SERVICE
ravy/green beans, hot rolls, peach milkshakes .
the CUTS!
obbler, milkFRIDAYJANUARY For more information, stop by
Starke office of the college at BHS.
torn dogs, baked beans, cole slaw, Hamburgers,. French fries, pizza, Hours are daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.or EASILY_ ___INSTALLED_ GAS SERVICE
964-5382. -----------------
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Evangelist Smith a-VISA .332 W. Madison St.. '

.-. Family = '964-7701

; D elton Smith Singers III Offer Available Al All Sawyer QM Store
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ResolutionsFor } S r ; 1 .SIG

the City's New Year.


The Bradford County School Board is enter- -Maintain updated inventory of all tools and

ing upon the New Year fortified by some new city equipment so that replacements may be

"resolutions" which will undoubtedly result in purchased at wholesale prices at a savings of

better administration of the school affairs of from 25 to 30 percent. Keep all such items in t .

the county.At stock at utility room with one man issuing
etc. and records to
tools keeping prevent
the of its chairman Arthur
urging new ,
items being issued and not returned.
Gaskins, the board has agreed to hold a mon-

thly workshop session in addition to its regular -Follow the recommendation of the City
meeting. The workshop will be attended by
Bond Trustees, made on December 6, "That
school administrators and principals in addition the qualification of Director of Utilities be

to board members. The chairman feels upgraded with the possible requirement of be-
and rightly so, that such a session will promote
better communications between board ing an electrical or industrial engineer with
and full authority over the entire utility system."
members principals, countywide personnel. -

-Conduct an energy efficiency study

Gaskins also asked for a complete agenda of throughout the city and implement same as
soon as possible. At least one Florida city
the board meetings to be made
rear days prior to the meeting reduced the cost of its street lighting by 50 per- Ben Nichols put the finishing touches on the fireplace he built with sand and limestone and when finished and grad-
date, together with supportive documents cent after such a study. and three other masonry student built. The fireplaces are ed, they are torn down and the materials are used again.

which could be studied by the board members -Determine the feasibility of moving the old

prior to the meeting. city hall by obtaining an opinion from an ex- V 0- Tech Masonry Students PrepareFor
pert in construction work (not relying only on
Now that the School Board has set the prece-
dent of starting the New Year off with some the opinion of someone in the moving
in the direction could wish business) before a contract is entered into a doan
moves right we Return to Fireplace HeatingIt's
this structure.
is made to
that other governing bodies would do a bit of attempt move

soul-searching and come up with long-needed -Determine once and for all in which direc-

improvements that might make life a bit tion the city should move to meet its presentand
easier for themselves as well as their constituents future power needs. Whether to equip no secret that the cost of staying down after the judging (and grading) 11-year old program has not bad a
warm these days Is skyrocketing, and take place-about an hour or so. said woman student.
itself all of its
to produce
produce partof
In a retaliatory effort, people are Jenkins. The brick, sand and "We're hoping, though that women
For instance, here are a few suggestions for it and purchase the rest; or purchase all returning to some rather "old limestone are then recycled into will start registering. They can do
New Year "resolutions" that be power. fashioned" methods of staying another project. whatever we're doing here, that's for
some might
Winners of the best looking sure," Jenkins said with a smile..
warmthey're building remodelingand
considered by the City Commission. -Explore the relative advantages and disad- cleaning out the fireplace.And fireplace were Randy Lewis, Harmon Jenkins grades students on' the

-Proceed with updating and rewriting the vantages of a city manager type government.Starke's for masonry students at the Underhill, Leslie Becker and David work's neatness the design how well
in of Sais. they work with others in groups and
budget now runs excess $3.5 Bradford-Union Area Vocational-
present city charter and code of ordinances work six hours for material. .
boomis Students a day the written
will Technical Center, fireplace
and the time inevitably
which was compiled in 1960 and is now out- million come for their future employ- nine weeks and at the end, they are A nominal tuition fee of$12 gets the
dated in many respects. A committee has when its present form of government must ment a good in the sign business of laying brick certified masons. Jenkins said thereis student in the class-all he has to fur-
yield to change. about a 70 percent placement rate nish is his work clothes. The school
already been appointed for this and and stone.
purpose, students under the and those that get jobs in masonrycan furnishes the tools and experience on"onthesite"
1980-the start of a new decade-would be a Thirty-four make good money, jobs. Jenkins noted proudly
Silas Jenkins
good time to adopt a new charter and to meet -Take precautions to assure that all official guidance of instructor build that the Phase IV additions for
are learning how to a fireplace "In Gainesville right now they'remaking
our changing needs. acts of the Commission are in compliance with a barb-que pit, a house, lay a almost $10( an hour-if they the Vo-Tech center were contractedby
provisions of the "sunshine law." Make all in- sidewalk-anything that uses stone, went to.a bigger cill.Il1ey'd probably a former masonry student. He also
-Make a start toward repairing or replacingall formation in the city hall available to the concrete or brick. make more money, said Jenkins. pointed out work the students had
inoperable water meters in the city and see During "Energy Week," students done, saying "This is the real thing
citizens of Starke
public and The are en- "
press. The classwork is not all physical here these students get.
that meter is read each month so that built fireplaces using recyclablebrick
every titled to such information any time desired. sand and limestone for their labor. Students learn how to read Masonry students have resurfaced
water customers be billed for what
can they The blueprints, lay out a building and the basketball floors for the elemen-
own mini-competition
actually use-not just the minimum charge. of Waldo Lake Butler fireplaces which are built by groupsof there is a written test at the end of the tary school, sidewalks and a storag
Engineers have estimated that the city is los- -Follow the example tnree or four students, take about course. room for the Vo-Tech center. They
ing between $80,000 and $100,000 annually and many other towns and cities by notifyingthe three weeks to complete. It doesn't Jenkins said there isn't really a problem have also built fences, piers and
because of unread meters. A large number of public that the city's ordinance relating to take nearly that long to. tear them with drop-outs and" SO I,far', the floors.

meters cannot be read because .they are dogs will be enforced!. The presentordinance ., "'. ". ., j' "-
broken buried beneath turf, or covered up provides for licensing:'each dog in the city, Fine Increased
with all licenses expiring on April 1 of each
with concrete walks or other structures.
year and no license to be issued unless the For Those Ignoring

-Implement the new personnel study now owner presents a certificate of inoculation of County Agents By ...... !

being prepared for the city by the North his dog. The ordinance also provides that no Bobby + : Jury SummonsUnder

Florida Regional Planning Council as soon as dog shall be allowed to run at large in the city notebook ;V1; a new law, passed by the 1979
it is completed and approved. This study will unless muzzled and accompanied by its Taylor fti'j Legislature and becoming effective!

define jobs and qualifications, set forth duties master, or unless fastened with a leash held by : January 1, Floridians eligible for jury
and guidelines of each job, recommend salary its master. Otherwise the dog will be impounded Phone: 96442HO ;J';V: Jill duty will now pay up to$100 if they Ignore -

schedules and other items such as holidays and eventually destroyed if not claimed by a summons for such service.

leave time, and fringe benefits. The last studyof its owner. If you're constantly pruning full- Some of these include holly fern A juror will no longer have to have
this kind appears to have been made in 1966 sized plants from the small detailed fatsia, dwarf yaupon, aucuba. lived in Florida for one year before
but was never implemented. -Enforce the ordinance which gives the areas of your landscape, you need to Japanese black pine, dwarf yucca qualifying for jury duty. But he or she
and dwarf bamboo. These-
get acquainted with dwarf plants. are hardy
must be Florida resident and
commission the to clean unsightly a a
power Plant breeders have developed many plants which will tolerate winter condition '
-Explore the possible advantages of enter- registered voter.
in the and bill the cost to the
properties city exciting dwarf plants that can add In- outdoors. When cold weather
ing into a contract with the County to handle owner making such costs a lien against the terest to your landscape, and at the comes you won't have to move these The new jury code I Includes.
the city's building inspections and the issuance -
plants from patio areas.
reduce maintenance
property if not paid. same time, your your language providing for a fine of up tq
of building permits. chores. I would like to discuss this
for failure with
to summons
$100 comply a
dwarf available to Dwarf plants eliminate the need for '
week the plants and employers who refuse lob!
-Study the possibilities for increased These "resolutions" are offered not in the gardeners in our area and describe constant pruning Since dwarfs only let an employee off for jury duty are)
some of their uses and advantages. reach a certain height, it's easy to
economy in operation through consolidationwith spirit of criticism or trying to tell the city howto keep the plant in perspective with subject to contempt of court charges]

the county in other areas such as law en- run its affairs. There may be good reason Exactly what Is a dwarf plant. In things like window sills, fences, and and not!,
forcement and fire protection. With the cost of why some of them should not or could not be the nursery trade a dwarf is a plant other landscape features employed Pregnant in women a full-time occupation women ,',

government continuing to skyrocket, citizens carried out. Our purpose here is simply to that's developed as a miniature of a dwarfs have another advantage who have children under the age of 15, .
Many -
must either bite the bullet and pay higher and identify some of the problems that exist in the larger, full-sized shrub. ...they decorate your landscapewith will be excused from jury duty upon];

higher taxes or find some way to curb costs. operation of our city and to raise questions While a normal shrub may grow seasonal blooms and attractive request. And judges are also given
Consolidation may be the possible answer. that some of the few citizens who take an in- six-to-eight feet tall, dwarfs are only berries. Some of the most popularones discretion lawyers and for the first time from to excuse
physicians -
three feet or less when full grown. are the dwarf gardenia, azalea jury service
terest in such matters have discussed from
-Resolve to implement'the new utility rate Many popular landscape plants now crape myrtle, Japanese purple i
schedule, now being prepared by the city's time to time. come in dwarf varieties. Some of honeysuckle and Indian hawthorne. Ii
engineers, as soon as completed and examined these are junipers, pyracantlra Dwarfs such as holly mahonia and i,

to determine if it meets the city's needs. It is encouraging that Mayor Commissioner myrtle gardenia, yucca, bamboo and,holly.barberry, crape Still pyracantha others don't produce produce colorful flowers berries.or LETTERS TO THE

Vernon Silcox after reading the above sugges- berries, but their colorful! foliage will EDITOR
-Close loopholes which are causing the cityto tions prior to publication for the purpose of The small, detailed areas of the make an attractive addition to your
lose needed revenue, such as the monthly correcting errors of fact or adding suggestionsof landscape are well-suited for dwarf landscape. These are aucuba HALLS
write-off of utility bills that are deemed un- his own, stated his approval, with only plants. Patio areas, doorways and senecio, nandina,and some Junipers. COUNTY WILL COMMISSION APPEALTO :
walkways are good places to display
collectable. Some of these "uncollectable" ac- minor '
reservations. Mayor Silcox said the city dwarf plants. Keep in mind that
counts run into four figures and, on occasion was already moving in some of these areas dwarfs should be placed in areas Sen. Stone to Meet (Editor's note: The following lettei
the delinquent consumer has closed one and would be starting on others in the new where they'll be seen at close range. was addressed to Maxie Carter Jr.
business and opened another, or moved from Their small size won't mean much if With Constituent chairman of the Bradford Count]
year. them in back borders distant Commission and a copy sent to Th
use or -
one residence to another, and received service you 8 Telegraph for publication, The star
without the delinquent bill being paid. plantings. in question Is located at the Intersec
Perhaps the lack of communications bet- tion of Highways 100 and 18,
Dwarf plants are highly versatile Sen. Richard Stone will visit with near ,
ween interested citizens and the city is one Theressa. !
-Require big users of electric to posta and adaptable. You can find dwarfsfor constituents over coffee at the Garden
power reason why such problems exist. And
perhapsthe just about any light condition, Restaurant Tuesday. Jan. 8, at 8:30 Dear Mr. Carter: >
sufficient deposit to cover one month'saverage public needs to make a resolution too. A from full-shade to open sun. a.m., according to announcement by
utility bill so the city can prevent resolution to attend more commission Ren. Frank Williams. On December 20, 1979, we appeared
losses if the firm goes out of business or is sold meetings and have more input concerning They can be used in planter box before the Bradford County toning
gardening, tub plantings, clipped the public Is invited to meet with Board requestiong permission to In
to another owner while owing a big utility bill. matters that affect the welfare of us all.I' .
Borders, ground covers, and formal Senator Stone at this time to ask questions stall gas pumps at our store. We wet
gardens. Because of their size, dwarf or discuss matters of interest or denied this request. Our property if
plants mix well In group plantings. concern. zoned BR3.1.1 with a variance on on< :
And they can also be used effectively corner. It appears that this varianc
I' I ma single specimen or accent plants.If KLPOA Director by the Bradford County Board of Adjustments
does not meet with the approval
there's a shady area of your landscape Will Meet Jan. 12 of the Zoning Board and a few
Medieval knighti rode European Great Horses ancestors of the modern Belgian br..d.aril that could use some detail try people in the county.
growing holly fern aucuba, dwarf Two turkey shoots, sponsored by with this question and our poet being
azalea or mahonla. For an area that the Kingsley Lake Property Owners torn down, we decided to give ui
receives a lot of sunlight, use dwarf Association on Dec. 22 and 23 at- the front entrance of the store ani
junipers, barberry, holly, crape myr- tracted large crowds of shooters. reverse the complete store to remo
Ve fD, a t tle, pyracantha or pomegranate. Receipts for the two days totaled over this problem,with complete drawing
SINCE Other dwarfs aren't particular at all $400 and profits will be used for im- and permit from the State of Flori *
Fap4' about the amount sunlight or shade provements at the KLPOA civic for pump and driveway location for
: these center. back of store entry and. exit: off
they receive and you can use 18. iu
just about anywhere in the landscape. Bingo will be resumed at the. centerat zoning to prevent a small t
QC CrfON These include Japanese Black Pine 8 p.m. Saturday' Jan. 5. ,business from making an Honest 11*

BOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN M. MILLER and Purple Honeysuckle, Indian The KLPOA board of directors will
PublishersM .Hawthorne, Boxwood, and the. meet at 10 a.m. Saturday,Jan. U. We are asking the Bradford Count
popular dwarf Yaupon Holly. Commissioners In their meeting wT
hWI.h.d seek Ihvnday-d rtacW M-.II MMtw M*.Peer O He..*tor*......m4w Act..March. 1. U7tSubcrlpthMi January 7, 19110, for a fair and ImpaJ-.
For that special accent or specimen Ual vote concerning: this matter. M
rata.to*.*..* .,tit r.r V.m M Vm MM** planting, there are a number of "Two can live M cheap a*one),
.trd..r..r$If Pet Ye.rr$....tl.Mount dwarfs that make excellent tub plantsfor but it"costs them twice as Bobby Jo Hall!

.. .r_____p544350 fhek..fl.rlde entrances, poolslde, and pauoa. much. Frank,Sullivan Rte. 3. box 293Starke.


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Starke Woman's Club - .

.Will Crafts Have ProgramThe Arts and j' /Yite flJoda{ fide \ :

Art Department with Mrs AJ.
Barry chairman,will present an Arts
r and Crafts program at the Wednes- : fadys Wool
t. ,, r,lrn day, Jan. 9, luncheon-meeting at the OTf1 1 / :'
Starke Woman's Club starting/ at Sod"l eJilo .
12:15: p.m. ,, y #Ze vfeW .
The program will consist of arts
and crafts done by the membership : 964. 7608
friends and family. All types of art -
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work, painting, macrame, ceramics ... ..
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weaving, crocheting hooked rugs

leather needlepoint work, crewel woodwork; etc.,,' wilt sewing be, JunlorWoman's Club Mac Baldwins I Hosts Christmas PartyMr. I

a I Ir shown. All members are urged to
display their handiwork as well as the Executive Board To and Mrs. Mac Baldwin gave a room was covered with an Importedlinen
2' work of their family and friends. delightful after Christmas party cutwork cloth and was centered
Items for display will be needed by Meet Monday NightThe Saturday night at their home on N. with a red, green and white
Jan 8 so that the committee can have Walnut Street Christmas arrangement. Silver and
time to display them properly. Items crystal trays held an assortment of
can be brought to The Magic Needle. executive board of the JuniorWoman's A sparkling Christmas tree in the hors d'oeuvres,cheeses,crackers and
information Club will meet Monday, living room and other Christmas sweets
For further please call
Marge Carlisle or Marty Barry at Jan. 7, at 7:30: pm. at the Western decorations including large potted Assisting in serving and caring for
poinsettia plants In the other party
964-6300 and 964- 833. Steer. the approximately 80 guests were Ms.
Hostesses for the meeting will be The January regular meeting will rooms lent a Yuletide charm to the Maxine Hall, daughter, ,of
Mrs. A.J. Barry. Mrs. Al K. Carlisle, be held Monday, Jan. 14,at 7:30: p.mat setting. Gainesville, Gene Osteen and Mrs.
The refreshment table in the dining
the Presbyterian Fellowship Hall. Donna Suskin
t} ii'r Mrs. Wayne Douglas, Mrs. W.J. Ep-
person> Mrs. G.N. Goldwire, Mrs.

x and Carlos Mrs Hernandez Bemer Spry., Mrs. H.L. Speer Methodist WomenTo Senior Citizens Plan January 8 Meeting B

Install OfficersFirst The first January meeting of the There will be a new program and
,. New Arrivals Bradford County Senior Citizens will door prize so members are urged to I
,. 1 '" be held Tuesday Jan 8, at 1 p.m. at attend and have a good time.
United Methodist Women will The new president is Mrs. Lucy G.
.1 4L 4LItYC. ': 'It'iG.'"" Mr and Mrs. Billy Roberson of meet Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 7 p.m. In the the Pratt Street Recreation Center. Wellons.
.",,..'Iii ; Melrose (the former Peggy Sandersof sanctuary for their annual pledge ser I
: .', the birth of ,
'. Starke) announce a son vice, general meeting and Installation
J Todd Alan, born Dec. 27 in Alachua of new officers and a reception for
General Hospital. Grandparents are new members in the Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Turnipseed, Jr. Miss Irene Wainwright of the
Iwa Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Sanders of Starke All group members are Invited to of Atlanta were weekend guests of Dr. University of the South, Sewannee,
and Mrs. Doyle Collins of Melrose. attend. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. Term was home for the holidays. I

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Mr.and Mrs. Robert E.Patterson.III'MISS i\toW': : ? .

Teresa DeVore and R.E. Patterson,. I II I I'" .. !;: ', Jf'' 1,[,';::'; .. ,' t..1".l'H". .
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c :Wed Dec. 21 at Madison Street Baptist I ,.... . ,I'.: ,"'j. '\'., '.\'1, i I"" +\. ..,"'S",. ." J "fA'J..:.'I-r.I, : :.I ,.j..;.."(, ,. '

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rl it.Friday evening Dec. 21, at 8 ',, '.) ,, ': ."" rJ II" : '" .\ l.J \ I
,.1'| p m. to a chapel length train. The gown }, \\.J :' .J t ,
aMiss Teresa Gale DeVore; daughter .. ..
featured a high old-fashioned t' .. "" 7 .4.'" ,; -
otM.ra..Pauline DeVore and the late ( i .''r iij1 'it.; '.; I. .' .
neckline with yoke of cluny lace. The .. ',r."I" : I,1I1 :'0.!It' :I .
HjJohn/ K.; DeVore of Lawtey, became cluny lace bodice had a fitted ( "''' .
!a lhe brjde of Robert Edwin Patterson, waistline and the tapered sleeves ; g ULTRA BAfA'i'';.; :. Jf .: :
",,;11I.I.$phof; Mr and Mrs. Robert Edwin were of cluny lace decorated with .; 't \o\\\ :' "" '1' t.
Patterson.Jr. of Starke.. seeded pearls. Her Juliet cap of seeded ROUOMM 'J .., .,. .J ." I I .: "", -w .:
t yl .RfiW James E. Starling performed pearls secured her finger-tip veil of MlTl-PEII.'IIIAIIY ,. J ."0.1' r'r \
., the. In Madison .
nuptials the Street ,.
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Nottingham lace. She carried a '.'''' sonur .; '. ;; ; .. ;
fTBaJitisf\ Church, Starke. : \ J.
cascade bouquet of red and white I'" .as "
.Centering the altar was a heart VI' I
roses jh
:co -
. -< haped! candelabra flanked by two A reception was held in the church Q-TIPS 0' 0..' ',:
yo urns of red and white carnations, twopi'.candelabra Fellowship Hall. Miss Jennifer Jockel \ !: QQJiMia .. ...... ,.c-'VB' :. WHITE RAIItSHAMPOO I
and two tree ,
t.< kept the bride's book. \ PKG. 01' '. o '.candelabras with burning tapers The tables were covered: with red .. (1 1l
//ia' candelabra was trimmed with ( .
KK and white Army-Navy cloths and ,
...greenery and flowers The six pew were decorated with greenery and HEAD NOULDEH*" >3t' NORMAL.DRY-OILY TINTED '...0"OB MIHSALn 't
markers were decorated with red and white flowers. '., < SOTTLS 49
candles. ).L SHAMPOO ;' REVLON t t7..lonU
Ka! The bride's table was centered witha ; YOU"CHOIC.
'n'u',Mrs.:Ed Rlpplmger> organist, and three tiered wedding cake with a t. CBI9 .
BMrs. Johnny Chapman, soloist fountain and was decorated with OIlTV.. B \ .
;presented a program of l1uptlalDnOlUSIC. greenery and red and white flowers. ;. ..:, '. FLEX 99 IIAva I
;' Silver and crystal plates held mints VAMUMI '" '. 'FlEX HAIR SPRAY 1'-, "
Mr.: Patterson attended his son at ''p
and cookies the of the SHAMPOO .
shape cou- fin '
best man. Ushers were Doug Jones, 1 ple's initials. i pnIOUUMJIU", ,'' : r>ssrs 1 : =:' N i:1N4 Tl21"'.'"Q
Matt Herrej and Ken Hart. ._ : 335!' .,55751 :({ a.: t ,. ty F-
The two punch tables on each side : ==: 1600 BC i 1Ft "n evtrysti u Jomtt.iiBAYER YS' :
ar) .. ..
Mrs. John Adkins served her sisteras H
of the hall were centered with silver LlsnRINI :M ', : CHILDREN'S
matron of honor. Attendants were bowls encircled with and : t \ wtacouPONsaLow
Mrs.-.J4Icky Solze Mrs. Ricky Brown flowers. greenery 011" 49" :2.r t ', ASPIRINOTTLB.OPM .
and Mrs. Kenneth Hart, sister of the 14 11 T tat lktttw wry, OILY .. .
Mrs. Robert Lee and Mrs. Grady
groom.floor They length were attired alike trimmed in red Pauley cut the cake and Mrs. Bobby \ 24.a = S. : :. REVJLON FLEX CONDITIONER$ t. '$129 3' "I'I

qiana gowns Norman and Mrs. C.P. Nasworth ... r.
l'iO-itlJ, white lace: high old-fashioned presided at the punch bowls. I '..$. KOTEX TUBE _oa_
"pickline; and belts trimmed with lace to s..waosroa.r.r..usow t
) Following a wedding trip
.('! Ahe,waistline They wore a ring of Daytona Beach, the couple Is residingat 5: TOOTHPASTE =- 691 TAMPONS $149mo )
:ii,1a ra'S breath In the hair and carried SR-18 west of Starke. .or to* m.
nosegays of red and white carnations. The bride and groom are both 1978 '
Angela DeVore and Athena Hart at. CIITIX i
graduates of Bradford( High School. essamS
,..,,tended as flower girls. Their gowns The bride is also a 1979 graduate of COLGATETOOTHPASTE SOFTY -I Ia.aoawrow
,were fashioned similar to the atten- the University of Florida with a RERIOlER'1' 0 PUFFS g'l\
,,ndant3 except! In white lace trimmed In Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education I ,' 694) ."GO' .
refl. and is at Tanner '
Q employed Academy ,
cott : als's
Durban was ring bearer. rOUGH .
in Gainesville where she teaches .-. \' ', '
'ao.nuisa t
Given in her brother,
marriage grades 3, 4 and 5. 5oz TUBE
.David DeVore,the bride wore a white Mr. Patterson is employed by the ( SYRUP 'w* '"I" '.l'; +' ; 5'i, !1
C.silk., organza gown trimmed with City of Star e.lJ : CURAD IANDAGIS oPw. ..
/.nnounce, ( of Nottingham lace flowing In ONI-A DAY ." '

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ico no no taxes on contributions or earnings until money Is withdrawn at BomeN ds TOOLS
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of this highly rewarding deduction( for this calendar! year. MON MAN flNISHf*.ASr aRM .NANDLlHPAC( 'm''rc MALLETS CHOICE
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Bonnie Culverson and Recent Bride Honored At Several PartiesMiss I

HalHigginbothamEngagement Teresa DeVore, whose marriage table was centered with a large The bridesmaid's luncheon was
to Robert E. Patterson was poinsettia.At one end of the table was given Friday Dec 21, at the home of
i Told an event of Dec. S1. was complimented a punch bowl encircled with red and Mrs. Jack brazen with Mrs. J.T.
:'"' at several parties during white bells, maiden hair and red. Prevatt as co-hostess. _" :
December.On. flowers The head dining table was covered
fe. Tuesday. Dec. 11. Miss DeVore Hand made red corsages were with an Army-Navy cloth. and
;'jCa N was honored at a bridal shower given presented to the honoree and the centered with a winter dried arrange
by Mrs. Allison AlJeU and Mrs. Norman mothers of the bride and groom. .ment.which was given to the honoreeat
f Bedding at the borne of the lat One game was played by the 30 the end of the luncheon along.with\ a
= guests! and a prize awarded. hot plate from her hostesses. ". :.
a >r. dinIng room table was covered The hostesses presented the Bridal place cards marked-fh.
with a red linen cloth and was honoree with an electric blanket as a seating arrangement for the 15 Attending -
centered with a Christmas arrangement memento of the occasion. which Included the bridal atten-
with a red candle In the middle. dants and the mothers of the,bride
Other Christmas decorations were us and groom..

Games wit yJ(..,.. 00'
prizes!, and ..
refreshments were enjoyed by the a 2JiJy..x- ..:.:
Mn. Jack Trawick visited her
attending during the party noun. :
1 mother Mrs. Jane Anderson arid
The hostesses presented the Mrs. Mrs. H.G. Bollinger of Gainesvilleand
daughter and family Mr. and
honoree with the bowl
sugar to her
daughter, Marilyn and baby son
Ron In
Kelly Tampa during
chosen china pattern.a memento of
of Asheville, N.C. were visiting
Christmas week.
I r the occasion. Corsages were friends here Saturday evening. '.
presented to the honoree her mother,
Mrs. Pauline DeVore and Mrs. E.E. Mr. and Mn. Frank J. Cogdell of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards,'Sr.
:: Patterson. Norfolk, Mass were Christmas weekguests
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.J .
1 Assisting in serving were Christie of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. M. High in Jacksonville where Mr.
I Redding and Mn.Terry Prevatt. John Flynn.
BwuleCklv_ Edwards attended the football game
Friday night.
Mr. and Mn. Roger Cidvenon Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montuoro and ,
\ Starke announce the engagement of daughters of Tampa were Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Trawick and
their daughter. Bonnie to Harold The Madison Street Baptist Church Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. .son, Brian,of Lake City spent the bug
(Hal) Higgmbotham son of Mr. and Fellowship Hall was the setting for a Mac Baldwin. weekend with his mother, Mn. Jac
Mrs. Harold bridal shower for Miss DeVore on
., Lawtey. R. Higginbotharn of Thursday night Dec. 13. /It

1 Wedding plans will be announced at Hostesses were Mrs. David ;'.,
Lawson, Mrs. Charles Scott. Mrs.
a later date.
Jack Underhill, Mrs. Harold Epps St. Edwards Church Hair
Mrs. Oren Derkman, Mn. Marie

11 11Mr. Dan Siemer.Smith.Mrs.C.P. Nazworth and Mrs. BINGOEvery H

Mr.Va.and Mn.last J.N. Belcbe of Norfolk Centering the gift table was a bride Saturday. 7:00 P.M. J
spent week with theirmothers and groom with wedding bells hang
,Mrs.Lila Caldwell in Starke ing from overhead. The refreshment 411 N Temple Ave. Starke. Fla :.w'i
and Mrs.Essie Bclche in Lake Butler I

: .and Mrs. Donald Glenn Kelly

Miss Lisa Ekard and Donald Kelly ; atPANTRYPRIDEyo

Married Dec. 15 at First Baptist ChurchMiss

Lisa Michele Ekard of train.She wore a diamond necklace a .
Gainesville daughter of Mrs. gift from the groom, and finger-tip
Virginia Ekard and the late James E. mantra veil. She carried a nosegay of YIOBi
Ekard of Starke. and Donald Glenn Nobel fir tips holly, miniature white PICK
Kelly of Gainesville son of Mr. and and red carnations and baby's breath
Mrs. George D Kelly. Sr.. of Lawtey, A reception was held in the church .
were united in marriage Saturday, Fellowship Hall. Miss Katherine
Dec 15, at 7 p m. in the First Baptist Shaw kept the bride's book. .
Church Starke with Rev. Bruce The bride's table and two punch
tables were covered with white Army. _.
Lyrvam. cousin of the bride of Glen- -
Navy cloths with red flounces. The .-
more Pa., performing the nuptials. :
Presenting a program of nuptial bride table was centered with a four 1 V .
music were Miss Jodie Crow'ell of tiered wedding cake encircled with
Jacksonville organist. Miss Ellen greenery, white pompoms and red
: George pianist and Rev. Bruce miniature carnations. Silver trays
Lynam and Miss Laura Thomas of and bowls held mints and nuts. Miss
' Gainesville soloIsts. Pam Tucker cut the cake. I Best Bu Produce/ .
i' Centering the choir loft was a gold The two punch tables were centered r
I 15 branch candelabra with burning with silver punch bowls encircled 12.1All -
1 tapers flanked by gold spiral with greenery interspersed with B Purpose Yellow Onions u :
candelabras. On the upper level of the white pompoms and red miniature ,aaottaa.rr "
chancel area two urn arrangementsof carnations. Fresh Slaw or Salad nu 49"".:
Noble fir tips, holly white mums, Assisting were Miss Ann Cherry of -S Iii f'lg'"
gladiolus and pompoms, red carnations Wauchula. Mrs. Harriet Wise of Country Stand Mushrooms I .. ,. ::
and baby breath. On the lower Gainesville, Miss Briar Patray, 'tw--.....LL .aQ f;<'
level were two nine.branch tree Keystone Heights, Mrs. Donny Lyn- c574.A'pcNftI, .. nt 1 Assorted Greens'S ; .rA c""t rr,
[ w3n r.i
c7E fM1
candelabras with burning tapers. man of Glenmore Pa., Miss Allison A p s aq r ar
Mr Kelly attended his son as best Hayes of Lawtey Miss Jan Jo Kelly Canadian Rutabagas:! II 181i.
man. Ushers were David Kelly of Leesburg cousin of the groom .
brother of the groom DonaldPadgett Mrs. Betty Padgett of Jacksonvilleand 1 88e 1 All Purpose Apples 3 N. 79ds.}
Miss Nancy Hildreth of Starke. LB EARS
Michael Hailey and Robert '
Hailey all of Jacksonville.Mrs. Following a wedding trip to Disney BAG FOR ppq White; Grapefruit 6 f. $1 a :
Eugenia Whitehead served World and Busch Gardens, the coupleis IMf I* i
her sister as matron of honor. Atten residing at 300-11 Diamond Village sAYt too snivE Sid 8AYE 20Cw Florida Oranges 5 tu 89t
dants were Miss Tracy Kelly of Gainesville. SMMAI4 ,
Jacksonville, sister of the groom The bride is a senior of the University Sweet Anjou Pears 3. 99'J. .
Mrs. Eileen Kelly of Jacksonville of Florida, majoring in Health .
sister-in-law of the groom Miss Faye Education. She is a member of Eta. FRESH ,, -nJIIfI..1 LARGE ; :..:;1.
Bayles and Miss Lynn Pierce. They Sigma-Gamma National health 11i lIt
were attired alike in red gowns with science honorary fraternity.Mr. GREEN FRESH' FANCY $1 SIZE ;::.'.!
scooped necklines and elbow length Kelly is a senior at the University
sleeves. They wore baby's breath in of Florida majoring in finance POTATOES: ::: 'I
their hair and carried nosegays of and is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi CABBAGE CARROTS TOMATOES .
Nobel fir tips red miniature carna- professional business fraternity SAVE 7d A La : .
tions holly and baby's breath. SAYE Sod A t 1 save ice

wore brother-in-law.The a bride lace given and Andrew silk in marriage organza Whitehead by gown her, ;&1'/Jo-X--/ 14'BAGS FOR 49 (i> 49 L9'B .'

with overlapping layers of lace on the i
bodice. The gown had an empire Mr. and Mrs. Jerry H. Yates and
waist sheer sleeves and a chapel family of Germany stopped in Starke AJAX JAMBOREE : \
recently on their way to El Paso, I
Ancil O. DavisesTo Texas to visit his family; his mother, DETERGENT KLEENEX I JELLY :::: 1 I i
Mrs Lillie Pellom sister. Mrs. !
t"1fItifI' PUNCH f
Gladys Bennett nieces Mrs. Connie *119 t > .. S.V.lt.. ) I \
W i.fiII .OWELS, 3L99d'
Celebrate 40th Barnes and family Mrs. Linda save so. LAUNDRY l""yt3" ,,iA/ i
Luther and family and out.of-town GIA
Anniversary Jan. 6 guest family.his niece Mrs.Jean Hickox. and DETERGENT \ JELL I

a sAYE ., .
Mr and Mrs. Ancil O. Davis will Mrs. Gladys Bennett and Ray i$199 Sge a -
celebrate their Wlh wedding anniversary Everett daughter and son-in-law Mr.
Sunday Jan. 6. at a reception and Mrs Lynn Luther and daughter
between the hours of 1 and 5 p.m. at Alicia visited Mrs. Bennett's
their home at 411 N. St Claire Street daughter and son-in-law Mr. and

given All friends by their and children.relatives are invited Angie Mrs. and Bert Joy Hickox at Fernandina and daughters Beachon Best Buy*! Groceries t Best .Buys fit tirvceresfPintrT i ir

to attend. Christmas Eve.

-allot Cramer. $1.' Pride Sodas 690 E( I3 ( ;

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"\1"/1/ ,," Your .\lianiiin'. Pen,. of -'1".11., ..."\..'. s $ Saasiiae Ceaz-it 59'"Miniaturl" "arsbmaJlows 3P1 1 ea

.. ..... FOR I11gisz-57 Slice S12J bbi Tomato Jules 59(5( '
'. '. ..rr..:r':.. ., ...-..'{.'",.."'. SAY.hod I P5Rla TetBraad Ilct $241 'Pan' Pride Pancake Syrup 79 C sAVE hod rPNlsk
r" ;
"..... '1; { :Kosher Dills 9ge Moore Stew 's141Bast
"'. ,.,;..,.; -: .. ./ Dinty Beet
.'$ ..
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&_ l l' I.Vl'Inf' HUNGRY
Best &uyf/ii&rJt
f y.1 fj F -..- 336' MIX INSTANT POTATOES a rrrwrr
2"aa: Swift VWRH I $asap .. : ". .... sAVS rw King Size Bread 3urts.l. ,,
.. .. -- M mmummmttmPrt La .
avea. :com 79. "" 'iI'fIt"- 59. en ni4st-at a
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-= -: '.- '-= DOYLE" "'''CHIE'''. r.o PKIa. Pumpernickel Bread iw 6.9d:. '

PHONE 4..200. JtafCKuUu, $18 ALL Carmel or Pecan Rolls m69i.( I

Another Year Has Come & Passed enw i WISH
Pastry rills TM lap $1 Clove elf I Is" 2 89((5:
But The Share LIQUID
Friendship We Will Always Last. .
AfZ 3P1. TitleiTirBaesIUCMU rfi'1 '
Our Family Wishes You & Yours. limasrarti- DETERGENT .
u... rt 2'JSI/ .._ -.t-crT:
A Happy New Year And May God Bless --- WEST'S CoflHIUM '63,"
sAVE 2141 .
$ 'N Law f1rJ' "VE10C1 2191'r\
Everyone With Good Health And Peace '840z 4'239 ONE 147 disco Shortening ;
Realismal: 694
irks .OX QUART :
Over All The World Pampers Disposable Diapers 6*

.1l Gtlaey 'AL 5ni1.J.de' rN sites.serLrr.r=. .ce.1. =L "NT"Y tMrIOE. GOLDEN GIIAIN

.we.. ei gassy I'A8 OR PEANUT r' 'I u MACARONI -

...... .... 9 ilL PI.8 99e BUTTER 79 6 CHEDDAR

tx $,,t'HlI rna e._ee.evr_511.5..0w e::-a ano.tr 400a.l_ r"0- 7stiea 4I'il Safi t.,

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..a* Mrt. Mettle Herzog of St. Augustine ;, ', !
jowas Christmas Eve McClane Jr., of ,
overnight guest of Gainesville was the guest of Mr. and
T Mrs, Lenore Foster .B'
.. Blackshear. Mrs. Mrs. James Mrs..Huston McClane over. the New
Arthurine Blan- .,
S bM 1 thard of Lawtey was also Christmas
OK Day guest.
'tln..I Dr. and Mrs. Graham King of Teouesta -
Fla. were weekend of
:,: guests
Capt. and Mrs. John Myers.
aYe Thomas and daughter. Kell of I. .
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. John
"/I'Pare and family of Orlando were 1 Il 1 I
n'gvests during the Christmas Holidays Affordable,from pg. k r"

'hS.rthelr parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
Sr. "There is a good,skilled labor force
in Bradford County" Harris says, in
Mrs. Ray McFadden of Mobile,Ala. contrast to what is sometimes
and Mr.'and Mrs. .Fred Gritten of thought
Kingman, Ind., were last Wednesday A 10-year( warranty comes with ; 4' ialet
to Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. every Affordable Home construction
'"..Dansby. Job. "When you know you're marriedto
.l.v, .' J
:.1:Mrs: A.Y. Covington spent several do it right" Harris says. a
days last week with her son and fami- Harris, 48, was originally from
ly in Gainesville. Tonda Covington of Jacksonville, decided to start a construction
Gainesville spent Friday to Sunday business here when owning
inwIUv! : Mrs. Covington at Kingsley 10 dry cleaning establishments
take.., became too hectic. He sold out to the
,mr.;. manager of each business and sold I
the home he'd built 16 years earlier
@ aCK'ar for $27,000, for$80,000. : '
A ;1.\.1> Using that as a base, Harris took

:7 r ". LANDSCAPE. Jerome Johns' advice that this area ,
needed a builder or low cost homes. .
Harris Is a long-time friend of Johns,
it Shrubbery TrimmingMulch and has a home on Crystal Lake next
Delivered By Pickup Load. door to Johns where he moved per- .. BHS Class of '49 Met Saturday at Country Club
manently when he went into business
(Cypress Pine) Pictured above are (I-rFront rows Carl Edwards, G.W.'lesion, Clifford
in Bradford County. Manire Ruth Griffin
Scott, Ruth Sibley Johns, Margaret Lewis, Ruth Edwards
Firewood $35 His wife, Joan Is secretary- Crirris, Kenneth Grlder Jimmy McRae, and lucky, Howe. Bitch, Miss Delia Rosenberg <( treasurer of Affordable Homes. One 2nd Row Georgia Stanley Wolfe, Frances, Barry Land, Edith Fowler Melvin. 4th Row: Mary Lou Alvarez DuBose, Francis Crosby Land. Madge Brownlee
Pickup Load son, Robert, 23, owns and operates Vivian McRae, Harley, Jackie Strickland Seiple, Inet Green Faulk Patsy Ruth Chastaln. Janet Anderson Turner Julia Taibi Griffis. Vernestlne Cox Kelly
782-3354 J Nu-Wave in Starke. Two other Hall Phillips, Alma Thomas Outlaw. Ilene. Atkinson Lewis, and Maggie Mann- Entllene Kelly Moyer. Betty Ann Powell Ostgard, V.R. Ferguson (teacher, ), I
children, John, 23, and Betsy, 19, at- Ing Anderson. and Gene Kelly
3rd Row Alma Lets Dyal Sparks, Barbara Moore Nora Lee Prevatt
tend Brevard Junior College. Casey 5th Row: Drew Reddish, E.L. "Nook" Norman George Winkler Vernon
Wainwright Margaret Hall Crawford, Norma Sweeney. Minnie Lee English Crosby, George Roberts, Jr. and Eldridge Hayes.

I Class of '49 Has ReunionFortytwo II

graduates of Bradford
various awards
among which, Alma
High School's 1949 class
gathered Leta Dyal Sparks won for remembering
Saturday night at the Starke Golf and
the Class Motto: "It Matters Not
Country Club for their 30-year reu- How "
nion. Long You Live; But How. Ms.
Turner mentioned that Mr. Allen
After the steak
dinner Reunion Bates, the former band instructor
Chairman, George Winkler. welcomed had composed the Alma Mater for
IBBP.w Miss Della Rosenberg and Mr. BHS. It was brought out that 34 of the
V.R. Ferguson, former teachers.CoMastersofceremony .
79 graduates live in the Bradford
George County area.George .
IWNPRDDUCE Roberts and Drew Reddish handled
Winkler reminded the class
the program like professionals with a that the Basketball team won the
whole lot of humor and a little Suwannee Conference Championship,
During the program: the District and was the first team
Janet Anderson presentedObituary
from BHS to go to the State Cham
pionship. The Baseball team received
a+rp t i ,Syr, the District Title that year. The foot-
1 _
Ay ball team did not fare as well with a

4-4-2 record, however, the two ties
were against Monticello, which broke
Isaac W.Hampton,37 their 36-0 winning streak and Lake City

l MR ALL.......AND MUCH. .OOOD'........JAN.3 THKU Wf...O.......1MO.OUAMtlTV MMHTC".......0 Isaac W. Hampton, 37, of Lawtey who had beaten Starke 47-0 the
-kA'd'.S"1 a Bacon LI8$ I died Wednesday, Dec. 26, in Starke year before).

|M w L t* MM after an illness.
lies.Smoked Picnics u 88t Born in Florahome, Mr. Hampton Did You Know...
yrfa L.Hull VHUT PM Mil tr-r 5 lived in Lawtey all his life. He was a
loin,Hall Pork Loin ......ent U 148 s t Baptist and worked as a prison guard. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Baxley, Miss
-Iw r" 88"HYVade Survivors include: his wife, Laura Luther and Ernestine Luther of
Hot Dogs
.. Carolyn T. Hampton, Starke; one Asheboro N.C. were guests of Mr.
"' ran
IM mmmnnM"Cheddar Cheese 5101Borlieo's daughter Velesa M. Hampton, and Mrs. Lynn Luther and Alicia
Starke one son .Erroll D. Hampton, from '
oz. R ; Wednesday to Saturday; -1
8ot Q'r.1e PKG. !1f&< 'T 'fi '
Starkej'Tils1 father and mother
tSezaA ; ; Gary !
J JeoY.gR BEER lfi' Rev and Mrs. George Harper had
Oscar, Mayer wieners and Catherine Hampton, both of their children home for the holidays:
U.."Wl>i Pia an.MM"".. Lawtey; two brothers Bobby L. Dr. and Mrs. George Lee Harper Jr.
O car.Ma -Soloiltl $13L Hampton, Starke and Larry D. and son, Eric of Gibson, N.C., Dr.
... Hampton, Pompano Beach; four Tom of
IM JMNMM I.r -wI 9St 3 TO Harper Baltimore Md., Mr.
Great Bologna OVER OVER sisters Emma Davis Pompano and Mrs. Rick White and Rev. and
5 LBS + a.Itt L8S q.+ yslet beach, Odessa and Legertha Hampton -
IM: Miom'MoraiGvgltpey's 98t 3 LBS LB i. ylAO ? is Mrs. Don Lewis and son, Benjl of Bed-
Great Dogs both of Lawtey and Gloria ford, Va., Mr. and Mrs. David Harperof
IM nri,..i M mm.* s SAVE 40Q A LB SAVE 20tf A LB SAVE 30d A LB Cleveland Fort Lauderdale. Gainesville and Miss Jody Harperof

SHjeiTAnierican! ; Singles 178 Funeral services were held Saturday Richmond, Va.

Fynelspred; 3St Dec 29 at St. John Baptist Mr. and Mrs.L.F.Dinkins and Mrs.

U.. IttlfH, W.Hum Qtr's.MM Oleo .... MM tall Nd.....WltHM sate IIH. .*. aa...... Se FRESHPORK Church.conducting Lawtey with the services.Rev. Willie Burial Huffman A.O. Andreu spent Christmas week
$1t8 68 $1 with their daughter and family, Dr.
Sliced American SinglesPantryjPride Pantry Pride Biscuits "Pantry Pride Lunch Meat BUTTS was in PeetsvillwCemetery under the and Mrs. J.L. Stith in Pascagoula
ra "Na.. ..D") IM MI-UN"*WMUUmMerieo's tNt wee as.... 784 direction of Haile Funeral Home. Miss.
Sour Cream 684 Assorted Cookies "Old Sraithlield Sausage .I18e
.... ..lilW Hit IM acirnm.Fyne, IM w...M mu MM ).tvE ALB a
Les Cal Yogurt 4/H/ Taste Meat Franks 9at Lykes Chicken Franks.immtmmrimiimi 684 ...*PRIMAL' CUt MLB WHOUI""" ..*....IK

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Creamed Cottage Cheese $11 1 Fyne Taste Meat Bologna 5138 Grill Meat Franks $2" SIRLOIN TIPS. ... 1.98 f.follEES
11 to as LMBOTTOM eve rnlAnao nr.
Sliced IM an,.Pam Imported.I.r Ham ills M kjtiinn.sap; $.1 l8e ROUNDS- '1.73CHfctK pEp .

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288' / THIS WEEK
B B LB ;-

GOLDEN Black Kow Proud :4' To 6' Tall $739

COW Reg. 8.39 I

EIgryyr'ce GRAIN LUX

t 5 9 BATH SOAPe CAN= 50 Lb. Bag RE'I $69
ASSORTED 3' To 5 Tall

LBS eAV[ 17d $ -l :4 EAYB FROZEN god :.:.ss Reg. 4.89

2 FOR 1: 4 PKQ fiD=: $269

1 Buys/tttfrccerfes/
eAtsl CAKE MIXES j And Growth: I
;(i. fAV"' .uc """ e.Y'!!!_' '..am' Nil 5Y11IKrisp Healthy
IM ,Cracker IB wiles 59t' c....'roaR.'. ""."Ta'l69'i' SAva 14 104 3 CAN'7.. .1. ;Pet Quick. Maid -Waffles 3fl1lle with i 'Top Quality + Pure

>; Seasoned Peat ""
Suiisweet t Prune Juice GRG-TONE Abaorta Up To 20 :
i_It/w .u. Nnm rw ;.a w Ir:awt
ta.Meq't w+r}wlrA Apple' Juice 89i( Bust Buysln6rccerfeJIM Coffee Ligntner! 3/891/ Pantry. ;Pride Whipped Topping 49t BED MIX Times its WT. In '

iW IlilM I MM WCMVeJI.CNKaUlfL are.tejet fMHIlt wl'iic.M nmSliced Moisture Improves
Dqlmgnte w+rMHun Pudding nmu sat Cups 794Ajraoiu Faultless Spray Starch 2/M' l Pet Riti. Cream Pies. .69&'" ,Straw errles 31'1. 6 Lb. BagComplete $1'9 Growing Condition Of __
IM iHamm IN. Pier MH MM mm IM UVI Htl l* MUM
tat a Ir al rairaI

IM KIM Hum Ml itrt wPwle/..Ir11N IM|*no mm Needed Bone Meal i Iin When Planting
tIA 1t1il to Viennas 2/894/ Corn Flakes 594 Macaroni & Cheese 389li289i/ Pan rrPride: Dinner.Fries 59i(
: Cow Manure And Other Vital, Cu. Ft. Bale
.. .... .%
ma pee ales IM HMHIW mm mttm In anlwwwt oar rMI '"
TalLKitchiVn Bags 89t Cherry Pie Filling $139IM Broccoli Spears, / .( Jeno's fnz: n Pizza r 99i389i'( Elements Reg. '2" $241
,.iJrtMtuN% .
4u GIN rIN -tn.r r r a. mtt rwur '" '
d Food Storage' Bags *119CONTADIHA p ant JPrideJotJPes .- _.(. ItEr.IASSSE
'-- -.. D$13 1 % Cu. Ft. Bale

PRIDE i im..fIlpiNTRY 5O V b49: p IS Lb. Rea. '4.' $399

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""EPPE.: tMV t.a. SAUCE .Its ,. rauI$7$ ,.-noavwa'SAN. CENTER

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. more on NEWS HIGHLIGHTS from
around the nation descended upon lodged against him. Driggers was ac- A multi-million dollar sawmill will of operating the dumping sites, the
Starke for the controversial event quitted By a four-woman, two-man be open in Union County by Owens- county is considering a garbage tax.

Service Agency to be funded under a A solar plant was opened in Hampton Since Spenkelink's execution there Jury and quickly reinstated as county Illinois. The Issue would have to be approvedin
state district Administrative under the management of Phillip have been no other although l Gov. clerk FSP Superintendent Dave Brierlon a referendum by focal voters. ".
offices were located In Savill and Webb Farber. 'Bob Graham has signed six death Also, City Clark Merrill Edwards was promoted to the newlycreatedpost Phase IV additions at the Bradford-
Live Oak in Suwannee County. City Commissioners were rapidly warrants. was suspended by Mayor- of inspector general. His promotion Union Vo-Tech Center were-.om-
received getting fed with Mayor- Commissioner Joseph Warren for less caused speculation that Brierton included '1.5 million construction:
Non-union employees up
retirement benefits when the city Commissioner Joseph Warren's 'The new city hall opened in May. than an hour for refusing to place certain was moved to !avoid any further con- lour buildings-a Mclothlng.
decided to include a retirement plan "strong mayor"attitude and In June, Items on the September ballot. troversy surrounding his treatment of construction complex, a new carpentry
tacked hike onto unanimously voted to oust Warren. 1979 was a year of suspenalohs- The Independent Truckers went on John SperJcelink's execution. Brier'ton classroom complex, '.. ; shop
which a percent
employees' salaries. Warren fought back, filing a civil suit Starke police officer George strlke-a strike which was marred by was also accused by the media of building, and a new administration. .
against the commission. He was Tomasovltch was suspended twice, senseless violence. The strike lasted leaving r previous prison superintendent building. '.:: '.
reinstated July. His victory was once without pay And once with. His for several weeks and ended feebly Job Illinois under pressure. Presidential candidate Sen. Ed-
short-lived, however, as he lost the last and final suspension Involved his after their demands were not met. Brierton denied all allegations. ward Kennedy created a slight flurryof
1978 September election to Charles alleged abuse of the department'ssick The county completed the waste excitement when he visited Mrs.
Schaefer. leave policy Tomasovitch The Bradford County Telegraph disposal system with the opening of Andasia Bennett's farm In Brooker.
The Issue over space in the courthouse John Spenkelinh was executed, the resigned and took a Job with an insurance celebrated Its 100th year of publishing the Sampson-Trestle Road garbagesite. Mrs. Bennett Is Joan Kennedy's
was termed"hot potato"and out of Gainesville. with 110( centennial edition and
first man to be executed in the state In company page a It was the last of five dumping grandmother. The Kennedys,.rendez-
remained such until December 1979 execution gala street dance which brought sites constructed by (the county undera voused at the farm, with the senator
when a a fact-finding hearing was caused 12 considerable furor with Union County Clerk Robert Drlg- Starkites out by the hundreds. program begun In 1972 with a staying only long enough to atand:
ordered to determine who could con for both sides having protesters gers was suspended by the governor The police department moved Into $200,000: FmHA loan. The debt will not tour the farms of Mrs Bennett and
trol space. The dispute allocation involves for the the coun courthouse vigils at the prison. Media from after 47 misdemeanor. ta were Its new quarters on Temple Avenue. be retired until 1990 and with the cost J.V, Edwards. .'
ty's attempt to erect walls in tile '"' '
grand jury room for space for the
state attorney. A permanent Injunc-
tion was ordered by Chief Circuit
Judge Theron A. Yawn, prohibiting
the county to reassign space for pur-
poses other than planned when
assigned the court system in 1969 (the
year the courthouse was built). County
Attorney Dudley Hardy maintainsit
is the county's responsibility to
allocate space within the courthouse. .
The Issue apparently Is still a "hot "
The Methodist Hospital Foundation ", /IIi .r'- .flGJJetteJ r4'i : fll u.:
Inc., of Jacksonville, took over 11 I ri :
the management of Bradford County
for 11 Good : n :
Hospital J72.00O a year. "
Hampton's mayor William Summers .' 6 n. .' m ". "
and four councilmen resignedover j -- News! : :"i .:

the water system issue. The =: f:1.1nt: i" i I i ij
council had backed the maximum '-' : : W [
l -: -j 3'' '''''''A?''''' ri.tT: I .I :
services system and the town had : : i ::': :
voted for the minimum. Ernest : : S! j ji
Greene, John Allen, Donald Helle andA BAN i: GILLETTE : I : :=
H 'ii GOOD d.
C. Dennison were those resigning-- i = CREST : ROLLONDEODORANT SCRIPTO
Ted Curtis was the sole councilman : TOOTHPASTE SWEET :: i i. I : RAZORS ; : FLEX. -' NOXZEMA MIGHTY MATCH ::
remaining. : S-02 Regular or Mint. LOW I 1,5-oz.Cholceol3 Dlspoaableclose' : SHAMPOO SKIN CREAM Hundreds of dependants' ':
The 92-year-old First Presbyterian : :: Price reflects 10 off $j J 100 packets of sugar ; : long-lasting types. \ shaving twin-bled i 16-oz.Cholceof 10-02.Jar.medicated, : = lights, adjustable Harriot: i ,
church made a creaking half mile : :; label Limit 1 substitute. Limit 1 ,, Limit razor. Limit 1 ; types. Limit 1 greaselesa. Limit l'= 1 Reg. 79' ... Limit 2 : :

journey pound Bessant church to Streets.its cost new Moving$5,500.home on the Call 40,000 and ; 69 I 6ge ; 87e '!K/44c !i 99 129 ; FO88e' 11.

A $300,000 Housing and Urban Couponiod Thru Coupon Oeod Thru I Coeponoood Tnru Coupon Oood Thru j COUpoaeood Thru Cauponeood Tnru Capon Ooa0Thru ii
Development Grant was issued to the ,: 8.1 J.n 7 8a Jyi 5 = ass,J.n. 6 5d.. 5 gal Jan. 5 BK Jan.5 Bat. J.n. 5 =.'1. I

city for improvement of three target ., I .. ., .
:. p i I /y t i I i i 1
areas-recreation housing streets .
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and sewers.A :
fire one-half block away from the .. .
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Telegraph office on Call and Court ; . o ;
Streets destroyed five businesses to I :
the tune of 350000. Stores destroyedwere r. BAYER ASPIRIN I : H SH : = WHITE RAIN CONDITIONER

the Top Dollar Store, Klip and :; Bottle of too --------------1-------------1I ; :: .Medium or ; :: HAIR SPRAY 18-oz. Helpsteeters :: I
Kurl Beauty Shop, American Family I 99C an.lg..lctabl.IS. : : bristles. : ; :: 7-S-oz aerosol = 119 body to troubled :_ I
7SC .
> Limit 1 4 : a "1".1'.2 types.Price h.',. 2 typ...,Llmll 1 ali
Sound, Confederate Gun Shop and the =: rellects 20' i REX t ii
Starke Beauty Shop. i. ::.. : '. i -. oft 'label. Limit 1 .sari 7 = i
Another major fire in December 1 I Coupon Ooodrhn,5.1 Jan a : C..ponOoodTOruS.I.J.n.1 } : C..ponOoodThuS.tJ.n.S Coupon OoodTnru SN.Jan 5 '3" it :
destroyed the Sawyer-Slade Gas i .'

Plant. i ._ .:. i i iI
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Death Row inmate Robert Lewis : ; ---r: : -mm--.t ---n.- : ; : : .
escaped Florida State Prison by donning
a prison guard's uniform and telling ; 1 =' = _
the central tower he had to leave Pack of : f 13-oz.aerosol. 1 = I
Soothlngdop. : :: : : : : LOTION '
because his wife was injured. Lewis : :" 99" Qets. the red out ( i 1 __: 49e Cushio' 8a.dtips. : Sge For men's hair. "I', .& wwwhoz i
was captured 11 days after his escape : :: ,. Llml11 i._ I __ Limit 1 W .: I =: 2 types. Limit 1 : ;, 99100z.501l..n.' dry I
by FBI agents in North Carolina. It : ,. : :. :: 1 =:. j jCoupo
was the first time a Death Row '
prisoner had ever escaped from FSP. i i.. ..Ooodrhhe Jan a : : Coupon Good Thru5.L Jan.S : I.i I.: CouponGOOdTtlruSo'.Jon.a Coupon Good TOru S...J....5t

Two weeks after Lewis' recapture. ... ... .. -. .
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Morris Carter Jr. initiated a phone r--------------- -- -- --- ---- ----- -- --- ------ -- -- -- --- -t---- ----r--- .ann..ns.ww.-
relay system to warn surrounding y rI : .. : ; I _'

residents of prison escapees. The : AFRIN NASALSPRAY = L1STERINE' i :: COVER OIBL
system is still in use today. : : : 1 : / 1 PROFESSfONALMJ118CARA .,.,. = I
: ': Nasal decongestant AFHD .= : MOUTHWASH : : LIGHTWAVES PERM
I :. 119 that worKs for Hours .aL : : :: 19 ml Limit 1 : neck 10' oil = 1 =: 219G.nllaparmklt... ., : / :
:- Llmlt 1
1979An :I : lab.. Limlll, = 1 :. :., ; :: :
I :: : : :
investigation into internal affairs : : ....porGood..S.. Jon S j -. Cwpon0oad Thru sat Jen.1 I ': Coupon GoocIT.ru S.I.J....a .: Couponoaod Thm5at.Jaa.5 .;. ;
1 : .
of the police department was i-::::::::::::.: :. -- -- -..:.:.:...:.-.-----:- ---------.---- -- ___mu_______._ ::.: :---..--- -- -- .
suddenly my Bowen halted and by two Police weeks Chief later Jim '_. .... .. : I : .' .. I ., .. . .. ., .

Bowen was indicted by the grand juryon 1 1 COMTREX : I i : MASSENGILL DOUCHE .. +r I I i ; 1 REVLON NATURAL WONbER :' l.

11 misdemeanor counts and one :1.,: I I -: Disposable : r ..: 1 _: WITH FREE DEMI LIPSTICK i- i
perjury count. Two months later all : Bottle of 24Relieves .: 33. single' pack. : : Reg. 59' Fresh All I De '= I
I 9ge' cold Er) : I types. Limit 3 ; FDA/sse/ Limit 2 Ytymptome. r
charges against Bowen and two police : _..-T = : I r.'it :I 1 :_: 99C makeup a lipstick. A
officers Denton DeVoe and Scotty :. Limit 1 <=::. 1 I : r : : '. .: '.: 2 SO value. Limit 1 i ,
Rhoden were dropped by State Attorney I .c._:_- I I i, L-
Eugene Whitworth. Bowenwas i Coupanaood Thru Sst Jan 5 Coupon Oood Thru 8.1 JMr 5 !; :; Cou Pea Oood Thru gal Jan 5 -_ 1, Coupon Good Thru.....a '-;

quickly reinstated as police chief. .__::_ :._.._._._ .. ._ _._ _..__._.._. _._ _._ _.. _..__. : : :. 1 .: .
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St. Edwards: : HEATING PAD : :: of 30 :. Molded ,: : '
QO Bag drops.Choicaol Oil =
: 4 neat wetprool + PANTY HOSE I
2/1 .
Church news :,f 577 cover. UL hated .r ,:_ 79' Llmtt flavors.2 :; .- P 211 Psck i'3':; : i I :" :: All-nude. with sheer -
I' :
a9ntleo0t. No
: No A-1Reg.759 l&KSnnd :, Reg.! 79- :' I :
I I '. 1 Llmll 2 pecks, ; I :; 200 Feg.! 9iJ' 1 I

Baptized : _Cou onOooclTn.S.tJona I ; Cou""nGoodT.ruSotJona" i : Coupon aood Thru9.1 .n.a nil:: CouponOood Thru Sat.Jan.5 : I

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Reverend Father Martin Jung conferred .. . .;ii ..u. vi-i'--i-i'.vi.-i ".. : . --- -- -.-,- -- .r
the Sacrament of Baptism during :: POLLENEXDEEPHE ;. ''; : i i I i.
!Mass on December 22 to Mrs. :: MASSAGER ''I ''i PLASTIC : I :: SOFT TOUCH = I : SUN SPUNORLON I

Janet Thomas and sons, Thomas and ; No HM.l0A4Re1l1899 .: UTILITY PAIL ". ': LATEX GLOVES :' I: :' YARN -
John.Steven Cantrell also SALCPRICe .. .. .. .13 o. r r
was baptized :: Non.sUpgrlp. t : i :
at the Mass. :: LESS MFC.MAIL- II \ i :: 99ItoA.OO".d : :" Z: //100 3 .lZe. Reg. 674:100DUPon.' .
_: INAEBATE.-1 I N FOR 89'e. Limit 2 '
is "I' LbmR Beg.
FINAL COST ., I .: '
CVP CarollingThe :: AFTER REBATE . 12!' i Ccupon000d ThruSol/ Jan 5 I :: Cwponoood Thru Sat.Jan.s I 'o.Pon'C"'on' M.rk !
:: "ugon GoodTnru ed I J.n S COu OnG....'.ruSo' Jon S _

Si. Edward's Catholic Youth I-- .... .. .. : .. 1 .: .. .: : .. I ::.__.. !
visited the Starke --- --------- --- -- ---- -- ------ --- ------- ---- -- ------ -- ---- ---- -- ._ .
Organization Nursing .. .. -- ---- -- ---------- ra.,
. .
Home, the Bradford County '''' '' I I : : .

Hospital and the Volunteer! of I. \ :i GALAXY HEATER :: i I SUPER GLUETJX ': REMINGTON MODEl. XLR 3009: "
Amf'rlcallomf' on Dec. 19 where they : BEG. $54.99
:; ORALHYOtF.NEAPPLIANCE Instant fen :. I :, BondsmoetsurRECHARGEABLE. ; ;z r i,
entertained with Christmas carols. :: : : 1499 forced h.at. I > 8S. 'facs in saconda.3grams. > I
On their visit to the girls' at the : Claknswhere ; 1350 watts. I : Rag. 1.49 : SHAVER :J a r
Volunteer of America Home 2599 brush can t. No. NO. : Limit/ 1 I 4799
they 37 Reg 29.99 t : '. 910O1A : ., i I :. AVith recharge stand r. i
also served Christmas refreshment. I : ., :: Reg. t 17.89 1 := : I' ind travel' casa.Coupon r I I6oupon
Accompany log the C1'( group were ; Ooodrhru Sat Jan 5 CouponOoodTftruSal J.n.S ;i Coupon,Goodmru5.LJ.n. -Thru Sit Jan s ; i
:Mr. and Mrs.Jack Anderson and Mrs. + ,
Barbara Gordon. :..... .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. ...... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... ..
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II t .. II lof : I. II i iL
Midnight Mass I
: i 1

Reverend Father Martin Jung, 1
pastor celebrated Christmas Mid I NORELCO NAILDAZZLER : o. {

night Mass at St. Edward's. Mrs. I :: '; WJ-
Michael Brunetti served as Lector, I : -. "
Mrs. Richard Coss and .- Tools tor 'tt::
was organist 8 bulling. ,
:: brushing :; I
Mrs. Faye Swisher played a flute : MODEL "89400.: : I 1 = .i
solo. Ushers Richard and : ; '
were Welty I BEQ $1299 :1i
Kenny Rodrigue.The sALe
Church was beautifully : j a'.k.r.wllllm.nYPOpul' :;
decorated with red and white poinsettias : ': I CALCULATOR I COFFEEMAKER Raestv.rturntabis.easssnedsek, i faaturas. Don t miss Dull i i
surrounding the altar and sanctuary I I.I.: LlsaREeATaACO/ = Slim line.LCD 1 9 BrawsStOcupstnaaps & tpMKfjrt. No. 6619 Reg. 189.99 : : .;.
pocket por
thern hot. 25% OFF .
The Nativity scene was under : :: 0-- Q88 table with 4-key memory.' No. 111..0 159"TEXASINSTRUMENTS .:

the Christmas altar. Lighted balls and wreaths greenery and ;: .; COST V No. TI1035 Rag tOIl I Reg 29.99 : REGULAR PRICES :.;I ICoupong00d

decorated the remainder of the .-., Thru Sal Jan S Cauoon Good Tn.u5at. Jan.S Coupon Oood) Thru$.!.J.n.5 Coupon Oood Thru S.i Jon.1 Caponoaodmrusat Jan i .:

Church. : .. : .. .. ..... :,
I I'
o I I' o I' I' "' o o' I I' H-.; i

Miss Donna Samons was In chargeof !... ......---..--.-...--!-.-...-.-..--..--.---..--..---..------..-;..---.i.--.---.---..--...--.----.---.--.---,-- ---.---.---.-----.--..-.-..-. -. .--..--..--..--..---..-...-.. > :'
decorations, assisted by Mr. and i

Mrs. Mike Dazinskl. .

Following Midnight Reception Mass a recep mmillffillllJEm[ 1JjJml3( L ] ((ELJE( ] .($(]'ilnl$ ,. -.u. .

tion was held in the Parish Hall. The j
hall was decorated with 'a lighted
Christmas tree. 831 S. Walnut Starke, Florida
The reception( table was covered by

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I more on St. Edwards ,

from BAa ........................-.- ._._._._._ .nn...._._._.n.n.....n.nnnn................. I Masons Presented
white lace cloth. I":... i
bowl was surrounded b/Chrtltmas white Army-Navy cloth Centering Christmas tree. and other Christmas ., 50, 25YearCertificates
was a Christmas fruit bowl
greenery and flanked
Lighted scenes.
holly. red
tapers were on either aide of the silver candle by holders teen tapers in Mrs. John Samons and Mrs. .,
punch bowl. Christmas Michael Brunetti in
cakes,cookies were charge of
Mrs. Gumber plans to reside in St.
and candies
were also served, arrangements for the party.
Augustine after the holidays.St. .
Mrs. Paul
.. 'Scoggins i were Meng in and Mr- Randy Altar Recently, the older masons of Brad
charge of SocietySt.
arrangements Edward's News Starke.ford Lodge No.31: enjoyed a fish fry In

Edward's Altar Society Is
Mrs. Gumber Honored The children of St.' Edward's scheduled to hold their next meeting The occasion was the presentationof
Catholic Church were honored at a In the Parish Hall on Jan. 8 at 7:30: card one to 50-Brother year' certificate and gold
J.U. of
Mrs. Josephine Gumber was Christmas party following Mass on p.m. Yeager
Slarke. and
25-year to 14 other
honored at a buffet luncheon with a Dec. 23. Mrs. Josephine Fontaine of brothers
group of friends hosted by Mrs. Hampton assisted by portraying San.UI. t Talluhasfiee.Including Doyle Connor of
t l' Michael Gilhooly at her home on who passed candy canes to all the Pictured
.Saturday Dec. 29. good little boys and girls attending. are Yeager receiving the
50-year certificate from James F.
The home was decorated Refreshments of Christmas cakes,
"Uniung the noblest deed Putnam. District Deputy GrandMaster
throughout with Christmas decora cookies and candies, along with fruit will die/ Pindar and William Cruse, Worship
tions. The dining table was covered punch, were served. ful Master of Bradford
with a red linen cloth toned with a The hall was decorated bv a lighted Lodge lookingon.

; c4jflfZ: ? Hike in Minimum Wageto

I. $3.10 Effective Jan. 1

11 : ii ,
S Some five million low-paid workersin

I I 1 I M '_'I I J _I- : : I the U.S. will get fatter paychecks
I starting this month due to a rise In the

minimum wage scale authorized by
Congress In 1977.
!: Effective Jan. 1, the minimum
wage rose to $3.10 an hour from the

,. i ii present $2.90.Based .
t .: _. on a regular 40-hour week
: :. : ., : the change means a worker's
: -i, : -mrr ; minimum weekly pay will rise from
., $118 to$124. The law requires workersto
: ... II be paid at time and a half rates for
: hours in excess of 40 a week.
DIAMOND ; !: : QUAKER The Fair Labor Standards Act was
COCKTAIL' LAY'S.ALUMINUM IVORY DIAL :, QCNERAL! ELECTRIC ] ii STATE II'i'' amended by Congress in 1977 to raise
POTATO' FOIL DETERGENT BATH SIZE '. ; 3-WAY I MOTOROIL the wage floor in four annual steps

e PEANUTS Vt-oi. can of teary CHIPS 11 frI 12"1C 25-foot rolls For 22-01.liquid detergent.Gets BAR SOAP :. BULB s 1-qt canotHDno. :. beginning in 1978. The last Increase
= Provides excellentlubrication. will Jan. I, 1981 when the
dishes II-or.deodorlzlngbalh 60/100/tsOwens. : : occur on
a ;
s assorted sparkling -
salted nuts. Reg. 83 Regular wrapping storing .
II II 3 clean. Limit 1 bar.Reg.49 ea Limit 4 Limit 2 / Reg. 89" minimum wage tops out at $3.33 per

67enevor.6Selmllt P30Rii/ o 98C BARS 4400/ : .!: 99 = 1 :_ 6C Limit 6 .1 1 the hour.Prior minimum to congressional wage was action$2.30 In 1977 per

Coupon Good Thru Coupon Qood Thru Coupon Good Thru Coupon Good Thru Coupon Oood Thru Coupon Good Thru : : Coupon Good Thrj rS.t. hour. Small businesses with annual
.Jan. S Sit.Jan. S Sat Jan. S Sal Jan 8 Sat. Jin 5 Set.I Jan s = : Sat Jin 5 = gross sales of less than $275,000 are

exempt from paying the minimum ,
t / t / 1 w t I" '
1 wage. Next July 1, however the gross
sales exemption figure will rise to

_._ _..._ 325000.
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HOT COCOA MIX : :; TRASH BAGS ::: '.: ETAGERE 11; KQ 14-or room a :;
1i1 / '. ug deodorizer I :: Newsby
: Community
.. .
.14420.2Q.Qal.o 2.19
109Ju.t.ddhot oil' *. .; : :, 1488'5.,5".84" Reg ';
2 Limit 1
1 : ,: :. : ::
I ; : .: Reg 19 89 .: ::
CouponOoodTtirufiaiJui.S : I'- CouponOoodlmuea.Jw.6 : Cou".GoodTnus.I.J." ..I ;, CouponGood Thru Sat Jane ': Elizabeth: (.. Walker

t----------- -l .. : : .:: : : _. : phone IHl-I-6f1K:1:
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I. . The Bradford County Christian Missionary -

WELCH'S I : I j PAPER PLATES : ECKERD :, SOLID :i grateful to and the Literary following Society ladles for is

GRAPE JELLY :; I :; P *Kol 100.9" ; ]:, COLD WATER WASH : distributing fruit to Starke Nursing
,. : : .' 69 4: thrifty plates. ;. 16-oz.6rsetfor : / 9-oz.3 frs- ': Home and throughout the county to
32-oz.|Ja A IdiY 00
,- 894: real favorite.Reg. ': .:: Reg. 1.09 Limit 1 e Ii ., 8Se fine wasriablea Jj Jj1:: ; grances Reg crwzit. sick, shut-in and our senior citizens:
: 1.19 Limit 2 .; : .: ; Reg. 1.09 Limit 1 1\ 65- ea. Limit 3 '; Mrs. Mary Jo Campbell, Mrs. Willie

I .- Coupon Good Tliru Sat Jin S ni.Z ;: Coupon Qood Thrust Jane-- = Coupon Good Thru Sit.Jan 8:.: i; Thru Sat Jim e ;- Huffman Mrs. Mary, Mrs.Lee Willie Shaw,Mae Mrs.Randolph Maurace,

!. ..., , :. White and Mrs. Francis Jenkins and
1.4.-J___ ._______.j'..... ... l ...
M ---- ------ --- -- ------------------- ------------- -- --------------- --------------- -- -- ------------------ others.
f' :. ;=.: ,. .. '.,: ,..'. .' ..''. '.' .: 1. NAACP Program: There will be a
MAGIC CHEF =- : FOAM CUPS I ;-M2/ASKINiTAPE t j WATERCOLOR 'I :' i i Allen program Chapel Jan.AME 15 at Church: 7:30 at in honor Greater of

: BLACK PEPPER ilslk. I' ; If. Pack ol 61. :, I ;; .. 011.e .:,. :; PRINTS I :, Martin Luther King and a member.
I :: 4-oz.RSiI. a /I r 57 6.4-ox I .olt Many v"s. ': as Framed In wood. .: ship drive combined. All interested
i 00 Fl fI9' Reg. 85 llmI4 I 1
: g. i I rt : 11"Reg :
2/1 r :: 6'/k' x
S9' .ech.
: : : : citizens and members asked to at
limit 1 I : are
[ ;. Limit 2 ., :.' .: I' :;. :-. 249 I :, I tend.
: I : Coupofl'tood Thru Sat Jin.S ":'x : CoulJOnOOOd Thru Sat Jane ._ = Coupon Oood Thru Sit.Jan.s I .: COUPa/1 Good Thrueat.Jw16 _; 1 1f i The speaker will be Mrs. Pearson of

f .; ,- .;ir..t.rf.r.a..i.v.! .r.aai HI 1 '" .: I ': '" .., : .; ,', i Jacksonville. There will be a very informative
... = .. .. and entertaining
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I' a >ra-iiTiw
: 1 .: :: I ,: : =a\cy ; '. CHURCH ACTIVITIESEbeiener

::1 :j: ZEBC0404 : I i'i OLM1500 'j =: JOBES HOUSEPLANT ::. : 1 RaP tist Church: Rev.
'1.: REELAROD :; I: =: REEL A ROD :: : :. SPIKES +' -l .: :; PARSONS : J.N. Butler and congregation from
._ : :, 200'8. : Lawtey. will conduct services at
:: y- .899edd.g.Mltc'flnQ = i ;,: = ;: '2i100o.asycar.. =, FOR .TABLErfQ'' Ebezener Baptist Church Friday,
1 .' I
: I :. 1699wlthconvertlbl.h.ndp. : : > : :
'. : : .' :: : I : Jan. 4,at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to
Couponoood Thrush Jm.8 i (! : Coupon OOOd TMU9.LJ.n e ; Coupon Qood Thru attend.
:i j : :: = I =. Services are scheduled for the first

.: :: :.:. .. .' .; and third Sunday, Sunday School 9:30:
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:. -----------u.---r.: : : ; : : 7--: Morning 6 Worship 11 a.m., Evening
: i 'j :j j S-POUND 'j i; 300SHEETS 'j'jo' Calvary p.m.Baptist Church: Prayer

TENNIS BALLS / i :=; HIBACHI '- :' 1! : WILD BIRDSEED ;_ FILLER PAPER .' :_! Service every Thursday 7:30.:
CAN m on Rrinht yellow. i ., ': rg ; i '; : Assorted grains ": ;: Rul.d& Preaching service first and third Sun-
OP as multl..urTac.. 599C..llrOn.2mUIII- -; -: 594 seeds Reg 99* a/no : 9ge punched sheets. "=-1 900R.. day 5 p.m.New .
/ ; i ,: r :- .o :: : Stock up! ALLERI =
3 Reg. 23 Bethel Baptist Church: Sun-
Reg 1.49 .
I :.' : : :: ; ; day School only 930.: Regular service
Covpon OoMTIwu Sat Jan.I I: Coupon Oood Thru Sat J.n.e ": : :: Coupon Oood Thru Sal.Jan S .; :' Coupon Good Thru Sal Jan.8 Jan. 13. All members are asked to
,, :
.. ........ :.: .:. :r- : : :' cooperate.
-- -- ------------- - --- -- --- -- ----- ---- -- -- American Legion Post 314 meets
." ,1 "... ..- .'. . ". Tuesday at 8 p.m. In the annex of New

ECKEAD :; i I': ECKEIID :: ; -:; 70-PAGE BIC SUPER SAVER'" : Bethel Baptist Church.::
Ml. Aloriah United Methodist
Church Sunday School 9 30. Commu-
3/.JJ UU Poker pinochle., /Bridge I Jumbo or ''I': i1: .. /89/ Ruled 99 Point Black.Reg :: nion Service: 11 a.m. All members: are
01" :
FORI Poker. R W. 49 ea. .: 1 /39Dependable R.g. : punched. 179 invited to attend.
: I :. 2 :, Wlrobound. ':
Limit 3 :
I I 1 Reg. 89a.. Q ... Ml. Pi gah AME Church: Saturday
COllponGoodT""S........! I. CouIH"GoodTnuso.n S ;' ':" Coupon Oood Thru Sit, .....e f Coupon Oood Thru Sal.Jane. 7 p.m. Adult Choir rehearses. Sunday
: i : School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
: -.b- : : : a.m. Evening Worship 8 p.m. All
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: : ; .-r. : : '. ; members are invited to attend. Wear

i : CASSETTE :- :I.j KODAK PR-10 INSTANT i !1 :! ECKERDPENCILS jj Year.$ working for a prosperous New

TAPES ; II: 11 FILM = : : :, ': Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist -
: ,: PRINT { Yellow I
60minute ". lObrtlllant-color, :! 1: -3 DUO-TANGFOLDERsrn I/ :, PACK//29 4:or assortedcolors :: Church: Watch Night Serviceswere
PACK 9* blank recording ; IEI 579 dpid-tieveloplng .... : :" :; :: : held Monday night 10'30: Prayer
_. tspes.Reg. ._ prints. .:-:..";'.... :':. 1 -:. ,.: [ :,. Reg 43- :-: Meeting Tuesday 7:30.: All Circles met
Coupon: flood Thru Sat Jan.t I : __ Wed. 7:30. McKay's Circle met at Ms.
: CduponGooethru sal J.n.6 :! :j Coupon Oood Thru Sal' Jan I
:. Gertrude Covington's. Lee's Circle
"" ... ., . .. .".".. met at Ms. Barbara Dean's. Bly's' Circle

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--- -- ---- --- -- ------- --- -------- ----- -- --------- --- -- Blonded
T M SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SAT.,JAN..S met at Risby's. Thursday
a iCKino corns SHOPS ARC LOCATED._ STORES WITH THIS SYMBOL t= OPEN WEEKDAYS 9 A.M. til 9 P.M. Story Hour at church. Friday the

{ MULTI-POSITION I SYLVANIA (:;.JrJ/'lffil1filrJ" :?CJJ(! Jru SHOP SUNDAY EABLV SOME 10 SAL A.M.!ITEMSLIMITED.Ml 1117 P.M. from Deaconess the kitchen.Board will Friday sell 8:30 dinners the

FLASHBAR ; RESCRVK TNI RIOHT TO LIMIT QUANTITII.H..vydutyvlnylco..oncedmluM Junior Ushers and Junior Choir will

COMBI LOUNGER I Pack ol 10guaranteed : 1= ,S. .Walnut Starke Florida rehearse. Saturday 8:30 Sunday
i831 School teachers meeting. Sunday
plated steel/ frame. 12.as Adjusts 7 For all / '" : > ] School 9:30. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
; '' r,, Dinner will be served at 10:30.: Tiny

999' I ; REE Tots vice 6pm.Free rehearse.' at 4 p.m. Evening Ser

1 I It Canaan True Church of God In
I i 1 : PHOTO ALBUM Unity: : Monday Prayer Band. Tuesday
.' WUHYOURNIXTROlLOPCOLOftP"ltiT Choir rehearsal, Wednesday Tarrying
.: t e m, FILM PROCISSEO AT CCMERO'S THMOUOM :. t I Service 7:30. Friday 7:30: Bible
I Sunday Jen. 13 Class. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
: PRINTS WHEN :YOU PICK:: UP OUR PHOTO ': Worship 11 a.m. only. Second Sunday
CauponGOOdTnnaeW'J.n- 6 ORDER. f t "'lWj: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ser
.. .; PEOPtSTKUeTECKIROSPOItaUJILITVPRESCRIPTION. [ f vice 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6
.. h '""'4>e. ) w pchraol p.m.
Y 1 1 'J i ... .. ...... ... ........ .. t Church of God I* Christ: Tuesday 7
..... .. .. ... -- *----- -- --- --- ---- --- ---- --- -a ;
.--.-._..__.-._.._--_.-------d..wa.--- ------- --- ---- -- -. -- -- --- . . pro. Bible Band. Friday 7 p.m. l
Prayer and Pastoral Teaching. Sun-

IBW J.Il!) ( WI1l :? liJ(1JaJUI3'( ] :? UJ( (}llVWf( ] IBI3WUl3il( : charge.day 11:30 Greater: School with YPWW Allen Minister 9:30.8:30.Chapel Morning Dewey AME Taylor Church Worship: In: \(

Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion :
Service 11 a.m.Stewardess Board No.
831 S. Walnut Starke, Florida f serving.Plans .
are In the making for the Spring
drive. All members are asked to I
cooperate with this activity. The help I
of all members is needed. We must
start with the New Year. \

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by Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs.Does Higginbotham of Lawtey NewsMr. Highland. Other guests were their Stroud, Hob Norman, RUM Mtstally1,
phone 782-3.XHI: : Maxville was a Christmas dinner son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and LaShawn Holder. Shawn .!Butler.
guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. Pat Henry, for supper. Shawna Brown .
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and .and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright and Col and Mrs. Wm Wilson, Miss Ir- Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta visited his From Mrs. Verunca's class:'.P'em
Grace United Methodist; daughter Nancy. Kim and Van 1 of Lakeland t spent the ma Wilson, Mrs. Mabel Boyette. Bill parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice Austin,, Judy Strickland, Brldgett9
The Fellowship Supper for Januarywill Rev and Mrs. Charles Starling and weekend with their mother, Mrs. and Ray Wilson .mar and other relatives for a few minuteson Parks.
be the second Sunday night, Jan. family were Christmas dinner guestsof Wilma Wainwright Other guests McMillan, Mrs. Wendle Smyth were Sunday on his way down the state From Mrs. Folsom'a clawJimmy
13.The menu will be chili or soup with their mother, Mrs. Ola Starling, were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown and Christmas dinner guests of Col. and Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Teston of Land Muse Lamar Crew, Michael
each family bringing their favorite and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Cathy of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. Wilson's brother-in-law and Of Lakes, visited their sister-in-law.. Gowens, Sam Norman, Sue Smith.'
pot. Eating will be promptly at 7 p.m. and Mrs.Larry Norman and daugher, Mciver of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. AI sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton of Mrs. Earl Teston and children, and -The student body participated in a
A special group from) another church Rhonda.Mr. Perser of Lake Asbury. Their son Jacksonville. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and mini walk-a-tnon Wednesday ;Approximately
will be furnishing the music. and Mrs. Davis Scott and fami- Eric and friend Nancy of the University Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and Mrs. Lonnie Teston on Saturday $229 was collected,: We
Everyone Invited. ly, and Mr. and Mrs. David Albert of Florida were Sunday dinner girls Christina and Athena, Mr and afternoon.Mrs. would like to thank the PTO for fur
The Sword Drill for Early Church and family of Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. Mrs. Jimmy Ce Ballos and girls Harold Eunice visited her dishing the refreshments after' 'the
will be Jan. 13. Terry Wilkerson has Christmas dinner guests of, their Lisa and Denise Durban of Jackson- Rolna and Michele, Mr. and Mrs. sisters,Mrs.Linnie Harris and family walk, and a special 'Thank YoU">to
been the winner for the past two mon parents, Mr and Mrs. Andrew Mc- ville were Sunday afternoon guests of Menotte, of Jacksonville, Mr. and and Mrs. Pansy Knight of Maxville Mrs. Cindy Fugatt, Mrs. Donna!
ths Combs. Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. Mrs. Gary Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday afternoon.Mr. Bentley Mrs. JoAnn Horecek: and
The Children's Choir will resume Billy Crouse, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mr. and Mrs Barry Watts spent Mike Crapee, Jr., of Lawtey were and Mrs. James Bowman and Ms. Darlene Fugatt for serving:the
the Wednesday night! practice on Jan. Sykes and daughter, Christina of Christmas weekend with their Christmas dinner guests of their Bryan were Christmas dinner guests refreshments' to the students: : ,' : "
!9 Orchestra practice will resume Jacksonville, were Christmas dinner brother-in-law and sister Mr. and parents Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse, of their mother, Mrs. Louise Bowman -The 7th grade Rams defeated the 7th,
Jan. 8. guests of their parents, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Honaker of Orlando.Mr. Sr. and were Christmas supper guests at grade Stars 15-2 anllliHlln the.flrsC
Special this week for Mrs. Bill Crouse and family. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette,Jr.,and Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson attendedthe the home of their parents, Mr. and annual Lawtey Elementary.. School;
Eloise Olin prayer, who is in the Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starling and family were Christmas dinner guestsof Debutante Reception at the Mrs. Rea Altwater of Jacksonville.Mrs. Volleyball Championship.. held.,
County Hospital. Mr. Capehart has family of Bruceville and Lucian Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joiner and Seaboard Coastline building 500 J.P, Wyrick and Miss Wednesday. Dec. 19. Six 9-7 grade
been dismissed from the hospital. For Prevatt of Gainesville were family of Jacksonville. Other guests Water Street, Jacksonville, on Satur- Elizabeth Terry visited Mrs. Bryant teams competed in the playoff) which.,
the John Slater family in the loss of Christmas dinner guests of their' were their mother Mrs O.J. Boyette, day night. Reddish of Tallahassee on Thursday concluded the Physical Education''
his mother, and Mrs. Jenne Lee in the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starl- Sr.of Lake City and Mr.and Mrs.Don Elizabeth Smyth of Jacksonville morning. Mrs. Reddish was a former Department volleyball unit. The Ram'
loss of her father. ing. Boyette and family of Macclenny. returned from Shreveport La. to her resident of Lawtey. team consisted of these players) :
The church has entered Into a Mrs. James Waters spent Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter spent grandparents, Col. and Mrs. Wm Mrs. Pierce Crews spent Monday Enoch Starling, Allison Davis, Dawn'
season of prayerCor its ConferenceWide Christmas Day with her patents, Mr. Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Wilson on Thursday and they through Thursday with her son and Scott, Jerry Wilkison, Kenna Wilker-:
Spring Revival. A special and Mrs. Buford. Higginbotham of with their brother-in-law and sister celebrated Christmas for her then. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W.S., son, Jody Rising and Philip Crews.
will be held each Sunday !Maxville Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frank of ET Mike Crapse, Jr. of Fort Stuart. Crews, Sr., of Jacksonville., -We are in the process of ordering the.:
Evening prayer after the regular services Mrs. Truby Wainwright spent Lakeland. Ga., spent Christmas and New Year Terry Futch and son Bruce of school yearbook. If you wish to PUrchase -,
Christmas week with her son anddaughterin Rev. and Mrs. James Cowart and Holidays with his wife, Mrs. Mike Jacksonville Beach spent a short time one still do :
.law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack family spent Christmas week with Crapse and their parents, Mr. and with their aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry, price is $3.29.you may soThel;;; : ;,
PERSONALS: Wainwright anf family of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Sr., and Mr. and on Friday afternoon. 'Bruce was her -The shirts sweatshirts andKnap.,
Tallahassee. and Mrs. Caulie Ogburn of Orlando.Mr. Mrs. Cecil Hardee. overnight guest. Terry was a guest of bags have arrived at the schooL.\ ,YOU ,
Rev and Mrs Don Love are the Mrs. O.J. Phillips and son Danny and Mrs. Mert Walter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston were his friend, Tom Tatum, Jr., and they may pick them up from the school: of,
proud parents of a son, Charles and daughter, Mrs. Bettie Redd. of Feastervllle, Penn. spent the Christmas dinner guests of their son- went hunting Friday night and Satur flee January 2. -;1' ,
Donald Eugene Love, It, born Dec. 27 Macon, Ga., visited their aunts, Mrs. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Barry in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. day.Mr. r -,
at ] p.m., weighing !9 lbs 4 oz., in Debbie Phillips and Mrs. Lois Carteron Watts. Charley Mosley and family of and Mrs. George Shuford and ''1
Shands Teaching Hospital.. Mrs. Love Christmas afternoon. family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand .'Co .:,(U
arrived home Mr. and Mrs. Kindle Mobley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
and Donald Gene on
Lunch Menu Dec.
Friday afternoon family of Macclenny were Christmas Carter and family, Mr.and Mrs. Lane 17-19' .
Mrs Mames Griffis and children, dinner guests of their parents, Mr. Hampton Highlights Carter and family, Mrs. Obal Mae Bradford County Middle.; "
!Mr and Mrs Virgil Griffis and family and Mrs. Frank Camp and son, Leverson of Jacksonville, and Mrs. School Vo-Tech School .< ..,
wr. ana 1 Mrs. iienny Grhfiis and Bryan by Dolores Meng Debbie Phillips near Moniac, Ga., and all Elem. School
daughter, Billy Tayne, of Palatka, Barry Gnann attended the Chris- phone 488-1915 Larry and Lori. Also visiting the were Christmas dinner guests of their These menus were written.' 'Vy'n;I
and !Mr and Mrs Lynn Boch and tian Retreat at Trinity Baptist Stones were Billy from Starke,David mother and grandmother, Mrs. Lois
daughter of Starke, were Christmas Church, Jacksonville Wednesday MeetingsThe from Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Carter.Mr. Mrs. Norman's Home
dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. through Saturday of this week. Hampton Senior Citizens Club Kenny Fuquay and son, C.J., their and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Economic students at 'the
Nellie "Wilkinson and sister, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and will hold their first meeting of 1980 on neighbors.Mr. Callahan, were Wednesday dinner Bradford Middle School, '" "
Daisy Boch. family were Christmas dinner guestsof Friday, Jan. 4 at 2 p.m. in the City and Mrs. Harold Wragg of St. guests of their brother and sister-in-
Miss Lynn Whaley spent Monday their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall. Petersburg spent the Christmas law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee.Mr. Monday Jan. 7: Pizza, buttered*Asia* ** ,
until with her Mr. Carter of Clay Hill. Holidays with their daughter and and Mrs. Robert Keith and
Thursday parents. The Hampton 4-H Club is scheduledto French' fries, banana pudding) milk.
and Mrs. Tom Whaley and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and meet on Monday,Jan.7 at 7 p.m. in family,Mr. and Mrs.Michael Brunei- family, Mr. and Mrs. FL. Roberts By Rick Welch, 7th Grade. .-. "
and enjoyed Christmas dinner with family were Christmas dinner guests the Harold Waters home. ti, Mike and Clifford. and son, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley Tuesday, Jan. 8: Vegetable-fceef:
them on Tuesday. of their mother, Mrs. Annie Mae The Hampton City Council holds Mr and Mrs. Cecil Mattheus enjoyed and children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray soup, pimento cheese sandwich,! %';
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Monday Alma Crews and their grandmother, Mrs. their next meeting Tuesday, Jan. 8 at the Christmas visit of their and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robby orange, peanut butter cookie, :milk?
until Friday with her sister, Mrs. J.P. Biggs. 7:30 p.m. In the City Hall. daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. John Chasteenand By Virginia Massey, Michelle-:
Wyrick of Tallahassee. They were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Massey and Ralph Langford, Bobby, Randy, son of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Stilwell, Audrie Forsyth.8th grade:-,.1
Monday overnite guests of Mrs. family and Mr and Mrs. Richard Class Reunion Ricky and his wife, Susan Langford. Mrs. John Tye, Jr., and family were Wednesday, Jan. t: Chicken, masked< Chesser and of Sanford
Wyrick's son.in.law and daughter family were Members of the Hampton Elementary Other holiday visitors wsere their Christmas dinner guests of their potatoes & gravy, tossed salad, hot
Christmas dinner of their
Mr and Mrs. Charle Carter All of' guests School Class of 1977 who left as son, Glenn Mattheus of Folkston,Ga., mother and grandmother, Mrs. John rolls, apple pie, milk. By Donna CaiPI i
Mr. Mrs. Hub
them, including Mrs Carter's brother parents Harley. 7th graders held a reunion on Dec. 19 their daugther and son-in-law, Cecile Tye, Sr. Wilkes, 8th grade, Pat Barber. 7th
and sister-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Earline Good of Pensacola, at the home of their former teacher, and Marcus Lanier of West Palm Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman grade. ....
Carter. of Miami, were supper guestsof visited Mrs. Bobbie Gnann for a week Mrs. Warren Stevenson at Crosby Beach. Former neighbors and went to Orlando on Wednesday and Thursday Jan. 10: Macaroni--.&
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. during the Christmas Holidays. Lake. friends,Jay and Dottie Ward of Tampa their mother, Mrs.Carl Prevat, came cheese,spiced ham,garden salad, -,
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie
and Mrs Larry Carter and family Kelly spent Hamburgers, baked beans and also spent some time with them, home with them. crisp, hot rolls, milk. By Joanie appie
I I and their mother Mrs Margaret Christmas Holidays with their son Christmas goodies were enjoyed. enjoying all the lovely Holiday Mrs. Joyce Bennett and daughter Richard, 8th grade.
Lambert. On Tuesday morning they and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Among those attending were decorations and goodies. Dianne, and two girls from Bristol, Friday, Jan. II: Hamburger on bun,
went to the Larry Carter home and Wendell Kelly, of Lake Worth. Teresa Bauldree, Donna Bates, Jennie Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fontaine and Tenn. spent Christmas Holidays here lettuce/tom a to/pickle. later.lots,
exchanged gifts Then all of them Mr. and Mrs Robert Starling and Davis, Paige Roberts, Darrell children, Janet and Michael from Ox- with relatives and friends. chocolate cake w/chocolate jung,
I gathered at the home of Mr. and !Mrs. son David of Jacksonville, were Youngblood and Steven Spell. Also attending ford, Conn., arrived Christmas Day to milk. By Virginia Massey, 8th grade.
Charles Carter to exchange gifts and Christmas Eve dinner guests of their and enjoying the tour throughthe spend one week with their mother. --- .....
I on for their___' annual 0 ____m' Christmas. __ dinner. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling beautiful new home of Mrs. Josephine Fontaine, and their School NewsThe ....W-U"- ---' 3
Miss Terry visited with her sister, Stevenson and Ilr"1jndMrs. daughter, JoAnn, who has been
Mrs C.E Strickland of Gainesville Mrs. James Waters spent Wednes- were' Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm" assisting her grandmother here and following students made the A 16 ,
when changing buses on Monday and day and Thursday with her son and of Starke,Mr.and Mrs.Johnny Hobbsof attending Bradford High School.Mrs. honor roll for this six weeks: The AMA 'point. out'' that s.,2
Friday 0 daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gamesyille and Mr. and Mr.tUsHV .. ( EvelyO Vaughan, Mrs. Evelyn Mrs Hull's class, Andfd (Hampton; *,11-?"..contrarv1tOt.t. l >>>eHIIfa".q l I
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, Michael Waters and family of Mid- cis Meng of Hampton Lake. Powell and William Lahn enjoyed Mrs. Folsom's class, Philip Crews. having dos not aff.ct-v* S;.
I Ga., visited with loved ones and dleburg. Miss Teresa Bauldree was In Christmas Brunch at the home of Mr. -The following students made the the texture color wr-'--
friends from Sunday until Friday. She Mr and Mrs. R.W. Edwards of charge of arrangements of the reunion and Mrs. Donald Falcon In Lake A/B honor roll for (his six weeks: rat of hair growth: .H..:
was a Christmas dinner guest of her Jacksonville spent Saturday after and party. Butler. From Mrs. Hull's class: Billy ;< .',>
son and daughter-Ira Mr. and noon with their mother, Mrs. B.L. Mrs. Hazel Sparkman of Jackson- ..' ....
Mrs Benton frutch and family at the Wilkison Sr. Moulain Trip ville visited her brother and family.
I home of !Mrs Kelly. Mr and Mrs. Randy Roberts of Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown on x ,
I Deepest sympathy of the community Miami are the born proud parents of a children, Paige Shian, Donnie and Christmas Day. :
daughter,Arnie, Dec.
is extended to Mrs Robert Lee and Carol Ann,enjoyed a recent trip to the NOTICE TO LENDING INSTITUTIONS "'
other relatives in the death of their 27Mrs. Great Smokey Mountains and other Birthdays
B.L. Wilkison ;
father, Mr. G L Peterson who was a spent places of interest around Gatlinburg. Ann Carol Roberts celebrated her
resident of the Advent Christian Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Although they saw icicles, the snow 5th birthday Dec. 28 with a decorated OF SINGLE FAMILY MORTGAGE LOANS FOR .t."'':; ''II
I Home in Dowling Park. Our prayersare with Joe Natier, and his daughers, they hoped to enjoy did not cake and family party at her home THE HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY OF BRADFORD COUNTY'Ci i
Mrs Debbie Arwood and Mr. and
With them. materialize. Enroute home they Happy Birthday to Margaret !vi!i
Mrs. Manuel Martinez and Jacksonville.Mrs.Mrs Bill Sherring. and family of visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunt and Wadsworth on New Years Day! The Housing Finance Authority of Bradford County (the "Authority") I II
daughter. Eugenia, of Bisbee, Ariz., in Ga. where Shian
family Nashville. ,
Daisy Thompson the Issuance of Its Single Family Mortgage Revenue I'I'is
spent contemplating
are spending some time with their spent the night with her cousins. Hampton Lake
parents Mr. and Mrs Robert Lee and Christmas Day with her son and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mrs. Francis Bonds, Series 1980, to purchase qualifying mortgage loans on single
John daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Christmas VisitorsMr. Meng attended a Luncheon on Satur- family residences In Bradford County, Florida. The Authority hereby :'I'
Mr and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and Thompson Lake. and family of Crosby and Mrs. Wallace Collins spent day at the home of !Mrs Michael notifies all lending institutions who may wish to originate and service :
sons Daren and Paul, of Vidalia Ga., the Holidays visiting their son, David Gilhooly honoring Mrs. Josephine
loans for the Authority that of the Authority's"Invitation l'
Mr and Mrs. Donald Wilkison Jr. copy
spent Sunday until Wednesday with Earnest and children David and Jim- Gumber who plans to live in St.
their parents :Mr and Mrs. Les MeClelldn and son Robby were Christmas din- my, in Venice. They also spent some Augustine after the holidays.Mr. to Lending Institutions" and related document will be i II
and Mr. and Mrs Mack ner guests of their parents, Mr. and time with their daughter and family and Mrs. Paul Meng entertained available beginning on January 7. 1980, at 1:00: p.m. at the office of I
Sweat, of Raiford Mrs. Perry Medlock all of Jackson- Lynn and Donnie. Chris and Felicia In relatives and friends at a News Dudley P. Hardy, Attorney at Law, 996 North Temple Avenue Starke, ;
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, ville. Other guests were their other Fayetteville, Ga. Years Eve party held at their home. Florida. i
Ga., was a Thursday dinner guest ofMr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Christmastime with Mr. Joe Meng celebrated his 19th birth-
and ;Mrs Truman Norman and Wilkison, Sr. of Lawtey. and Spending Mrs. Richard Mowry, Greg and day on January 1. Offers to Originate and Service Single Family Mortgage loans must I
Mrs. Carl Prevjtl She also visited Mr and Mrs. Joey Bennett were Donna, were their son, Michael from be submitted to the above office no later than 12:00 noon en January
Miss Debbie Phillips at the home of Christmas dinner guests of their Lake City and daughter, Debbie from Off to School 23, 1980. I
parents Mr and !Mrs Buster Bennett
Mrs LOIs 'arter on Thursday after and Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. James Steven Earnest left for Jacksonville
noon. Nancy. Nessmith joined them on Christmas Monday where he will be attendingthe 'I. .
Day North Florida University for his THE HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY
Mr and Mrs. Buck' Kennon of study of Criminal Justice. He plans to OF BRADFORD COUNTV ..' -
OFLEGAL- Deland spent Christmas with her return to his home with Mr. and Mrs. _,'
George Roberts, Jr., ,
NOTICE parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stone Wallace Collins on the weekends.
INTENTION August L Bob.nhous.n name under the provl
TO REGISTER "' I Sox "Z lov"f _. no _,
) sions' of o or .oid -- '
FICTITIOUS Fla. 32058 doing slotule. .1
NAME business under the firm August L .. .1
name of TRUE BUVS OF
Bob.nhous.n owner ..
Pursuant! 10 Section, FLORIDA U.S 301 Doted .this JOiKdap ol
86509 Florida S.O.UI.. North iaw.y Flo., Oecember. AD 1979 In
thai nollce th's. h.reby given! "58 ,mends to Bradford County", 1JJO NOTICE. : I
undersigned ,
register laid licllliool' 4lpd l 10. : ,

." KI"ot

Block will.pay -. Deadline I For Filing The Following Forms Is '.

any :interest; March 1 1980'-' : :

and penalty ,

if we make: Homestoad Exemptions Widows Disability Exemptions ;. ,

an error.We're Agricultural ExemptionsIf bf I IK

only human and once in a while we make a mistake,

but if we should make an. error that costs you additional

tax. you pay only the tax. Block pays any penalty and You Have Not Received Your forms. Or Have'Any

interest. We stand behind our work. .

H&R BLOCKTHE Questions About The Exemptions, Please Contact. -This


WE PREPARE ALL STATE AND CANADIAN RETURNS Office At 964-6280 Ext. 216 Or Come In Before March 1 1 1st.

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NOTICE OF APPLICA Wet side of St. Rd. 22S Jon. 1980. at 4:49: P.M. ESTATE". ISO W. Call St. age sixty-five or I I. totally of. the requirements of SUPREME COURT.

TIOM FOR NE2ONINQ for convenience type before the Circuit Courtof Starke. Ha., 32091 Intends ((25)) minutes East One NO. IARTICU VII and permanently! this' section judges ,

AND AMENDMENT OF tore, with gas pump Bradford. County, to register said fictitious Hundred Nlnoty-nlne, disabled.' assigned to temporary ((6)) MAY REVIEW
THF.kA ND USE PLAN. CIAit Florida or) trio Courthouse name under the and Elohry-f Ivo Hundrod- FINANCE AND (d) BY GENERAL LAW duty may be substitutedfor QUESTION OF LAW CERTIFIED

:" &AWTEY. You are further given In Starka, provision of aforesaidatarute. the ((199.B5)) feet to point TAXATIONSECTION' AND SUBJECT TO CON. Justices.b BY THE SUPREME
NOTICE that 0 copy of Florida and show cause of beginning. Being DITIONS SPECIFIED ( ) JURISDICTION."The COURT OF THE UNITED

ORDINANCE omenflrnBiMheComprohen told, propatad ORDINANCE why the prayer of the John .. Glover, located In Section Tan 6. THEREIN! THE supreme, court: STATES OR A UNITED

;\; .lvetandi'CJs It available far Complaint' filed In the _nor. ((10), Township...... ((7) Homestead exomptlons. LEGISLATURE MAY PRO ((1) Shall hear op- STATES COURT OF AP.
Plan Element your Inspection at the"" above entitled proceedings Dated !this 27th day of South Range Twenty- .- VIDE TO RENTERS WHO peals from final PEALS WHICH IS DETERMINATIVE .

and Map by Bradford Director of Zoning and' should not be Decem...... A.D. 1979 In two ((22)) East. Bradford (a) Every person who ARE PERMANENT |judgments of trial courts OF THE CAUSE

CUM/Florida, In OccorIfcslMsPtwItr Planning' Bradford granted anal the bonds Bradford .County. 12/27 County Florida. haD the legal ar RESIDENTS, AD Imposing the death AND FOR WHICH THERE

I ) the local County Courthouse.,' therein described,. and 4tpd 1/17. hOt bean filed .against equitable title to real :VALOREM TAX RELIEF penalty and. from decisions IS NO CONTROLLING
Government, Camretienilve -' Stark, Florida Ohio proceedings' and are required estate and maintain ON SCHOOL DISTRICTLEVIES. of district court el' PRECEDENT OF THE

"" Planning Act Each and every person authorlxlng the, Issuance, to you serve you a copy of your tt..eraan that permanent \ SUCH AD appeal DECLARING INVALID SUPREME COURT OF
.I I.973aw provided Tar In having any Interest thereof validated and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT written defense, Iff residence of this owner VALOREM TAX RELIEF A STATE STATUTEOR FLORIDA.

Chapter; 163 of the whatever" In the enact' confirmed sold bonds OP THE EIGHTH. JUDICIAL .to It on Lawrence J.any.Bernard hall be exempt from SHALL BE IN THE FORM A PROVISION OF THE ((7)) May Issue writs

Skrtdp.Stotutee.! : mont of this proposed; con.I.llnv' not exceeding CIRCUIT IN AND FOR plaintiff'attorney, taxation thereon except AND AMOUNT STATE CONSTITUTION. of prohibition to court

.3., jlOi.A1! Citizens, Toxp ORDINANCE should appear ] "' 5.300 principal BRADFORD COUNTY whose address I I. 1001 assortments far special ESTABLISHED BY ((2) When providedby and all writ necessary
.yer.<-.and other In'JwTand and be heard at the amount of Water FLORIDA. Blackstone Building. benefit, up to theasseased GENERAL LAW. general law shall to the complete exerciseof

\I! '#penon. time and place prescrlb- Revenue, Bond, maturing Jacksonville, Florida valuation of BE IT FURTHER bear appeals from final Its (urlsdlctlon.

ed.BOARD In 1982 through 2019, TUCKER WOS.. INC.. a 32202 an'''or before five thousand dollar, RESOLVED that the (udgmant entered In ((8)) May Issue writs

: each of you. OF BRADFORD wearing Interest at not Florida corporation January 2B 1MO, and upon establishment of following statement be proceedings for the of mandamus. and quo
aVe hereby and herewithglv COUNTY COMMIS. exceeding tha legal rate plaintiff vi JAMES BROX. file the original with the, right thereto In the man. placed on the ballots, validation of bonds or warranto to state officers .

( n O9tlce' In occordcmcVVwIth SIONERS.By per annum, payable annually TON COOPER and DEBRAJ. Clerk of this' Court either nar prescribed. by law. certificates, of Indebtedness and state agendas. .

florldoSJcit6t4'1fhof /i/Gllbert. S.Brawn ., a more .particular COOPER. his' wife. before service' an plaintiff The real aetata, may behold CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENTS AND SHALL .
the Board Clerk "llpd 1/3. description of said bonds Defendant ar Immediately by legal or REVIEW ACTION OF
-Cefunty CommitehMoVs being contained In the Case No. "-3" Divisions attorney thereafter: equitable title' by the ARTICLE VII. SECTION 6 STATEWIDE AGENCIES ((9)) May, or any

of Bradford Complaint filed" In those otherwise a default will entireties ,jointly In RELATING TO RATES OR justice may, issue writs
1 IN 1 THE CIRCUIT COURT CANOTICE common, as a con amendments .
County. Florida, have proceedings.This be, entered against you Proposing SERVICE OF UTILITIES of habeas corpus returnable .
chtirghated the, Bradford FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Order to Show OF ACTIONTO for the relief demandedIn dominium or Indirectly to the State Con. PROVIDING ELECTRIC, before the

County Zoning and Plonnlnaj FLORIDA. Cause shall I be publishedIn : JAMES BROXTON the Complaint' or Petition. by stock ownership or tltutlon to provide a GAS OR TELEPHONE supreme court or any
Board to conduct a TOWN OF BROOKER. the manner requiredby COOPER and DEBRA J. membership representing homestead exemption of SERVICE. justice, a district court of

pisMKv, .flooring at a FLORIDA.. a municipal' Section 75.O6 Florida COOPER, hi* wife WITNESS my hand and the owner' ormember's $23,000 from certain ad ((3)) May review any ippeal or any judge

rogulail/ Meeting held at corporation, Plaintiff. v* Statute, In The Bradford whose raaldonce, I I. the seal 1 of this Court on proprietary Interest valorem school mlllaga decision' of a district hereof or any circuit
7.30( In the THE STATE OF FLORIDA. UNKNOWN but whose In a corporation levies providing .
: p.m. Co..ntyCa"1f''Jlon County T.I.rap" an.w.pope. December S, 1979.. court of appeal THAT EX- udga.c
: mooting et ol., Defendant, mailing address I I. c/o 1/J. owning a foe or a authorization for ad PRESSLV DECLARES
room,, Bradford CountyCourthouse. Case No. 79-592. circulation In said Continental Telephone leasehold Initially In excess valorem tax relief for VALID A STATE StATUTE. ( ) CLERK AND MAR

\ ; Starko, municipality, publishedIn Company of the South' PROPOSEDCONSTITUTIONAL of nlnaty-alght permanent residentranters OR THAT EXPRESSLY SHAL.-The supreme
FloNddl! ( on Tuoiday ORDERTO Bradford, Florida. 301 North Waukasha year I and providing' CONSTRUES A PROVISION court shall appoint a
Joi\UtlrY\ 29. I960, and SHOW CAUSE! DONE AND ORDEREDat Street Boeilfay, Florida AMENDMENTS TO BE (b) Not more than one that the $25.000 exemption OF THE STATE OR Clark and a marshal who

make q. recommendation' TO THE! STATE OF Storks, Bradford 32425, ON exemption shall ba from certain ad FEDERAL CONSTITU shall hold office, duringthe
td'.,..sr'floord of County FLORIDA. THROUGH T EStATE County Florida this 17th YOU ADS NOTIFIED allowed any Individualor valoram school mllloga TION. OR that EXPRESSLY pleasure of the court
CbrnmldsToners end tho ATTORNEY FORT day of December. 1979. that an action to family unit or with 'levies shall take effect affects a class of constitutional and perform such duties

BooHP'wfll" : consider on E EIGHTH JUDICIAL /s/Osee R. Fagan Circuit foreclose a mortgage on OF respect to any residential upon approval by the or state officers a* the' court directs.

Monday. February, 4, CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE. Judge. 12/20 3tchg the following property In ELECTIONWHEREAS. unit. No exemption voter and apply to the or THAT EXPRESSLY Their' compensation shall
I960 at the, some laid THE SEVERAL PROPERTY 1/3. Bradford Count/, .hall..caad the value of taxes lowed on the AND DIRECTLY CON be fixed by general law.

plcjcesojs10:00; ....M. an OWNERS. TAXPAYERSAND Florida: rhoLegislature the real estate assessment rolls for the FLICTS with a decision of The marshal shall have
Ordinance rotating to: CITIZENS OF THE Commence, at the under the assessable to that owneror. year 1980 and each yearthereafter. ANOTHER district court the power to execute the

{' :- TOWN OF BROOKER. PUBLIC NOTICE Southwest corner of sold Conitltution; of .the Slate .. In case of ownership of appeal or of the process of the court

The, /ezonlng of, thefollowing1 FLORIDA INCLUDING Notice Is hereby given Section Ten ((10)). and run of Florida passed. .,.., through. stock ormembership Supreme court on the throughout the state,
of Starka
OWN- that the
City a corDotation NO.2
described properly North Eighty-nine ((89)) Resolutions proposing some question of 'law. and In any county may'
ING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT Planning and Zoning the value of ARTICLE V
.) the deputize, the sheriff
ana amending degree and Twenty- amendment to the Conslltutlon ((4)) MAY REVIEW or a
TO TAXATION Commission. the the which his
Land proportion JUDICIARYSECTIOH deputy sheriff lor such
eight (28) minutes East of the State of ANY DECISION OF A
THEREIN AND ALL designated' local planning Interest In the
Use-Plan! Jo provide that along the Southerly corpora DISTRICT COURT OF AP. purpose.BE .
and did
lands currently, aanedORontJCakfctgnotod OTHERS HAVING OR agency for The City boundary thereof. Three Florida. they tlon .bears to the, a...... 3. Supreme PEAL THAT PASSES IT FURTHER
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. of Starka Fla.. pursuantto determine and direct ed value' off the properly. .- RESOLVED that the
tho Hundred
Thousand Four
that the sold JointRosolutionsbesubrnitted
plorEps ,Agricultural b.r.zon.d TITLE OR INTEREST IN Chapter 1". Florida Fifteen end Five Tenths (c) By gan.rallaw andubioct ) ORGANIZA BV IT TO BE OF following statement boplocad
to BH anddflgnatod PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED Statues will hold a feat). to conditions TION.--The supremecourt on the ballot
((3415.9 more orlas to the elector af the GREAT PUBLIC IMPOR.
BY THE ISSUANCE public hearing to receive specified therein the exemption shall consist of
Retail *, to the Westerly TANCE. OR THAT IS CER.
Slate of Florida at the
....In..... the property BY SAID comment on the Comprehensive boundary af the right I of Special Election to beheld SHALL BE INCREASED seven justice. Of the TIFIED BY IT TO BE IN CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT
MUNICIPALITY OF Plan' for the TO A TOTALOF seven (Justices, each appellate
'KENNETH F. MANN- way of State" Rood 100; March 11 DIRECT CONFLICT WITHA
BONDS HEREINAFTERMORE City of Starka. Starke. on 1990. TWENTY-FIVE THOU district shall have
IN PARTICULARLY Florida an tho 17th day SAND DOLLARS OF THE at least one justice
follows and
: ( ) degrees Thirty ANOTHER DISTRICT
DESCRIBED. OR TO BE of Jan. 1'180..1 7:30: p.m.. NOW THEREFORE I. ASSESSED VALUE OF THE elected or appointed amand-
20,000Sq. Ft. ((100'20O' 3. five ((35)) ,minutes West, GEORGE FIRESTONE. COURT OF APPEAL. on
) out! of parcel AFFECTED IN ANY WAY In the City Commission along said Westerly of Stale of the REAL ESTATE FOR EACH from the district to the ntant to the State Con-
THEREBY: Room, Starka City Hall In Secretary SCHOOL DISTRICT LEVY. supreme court who Is a ,
Thousand Son to modify the
ICMiOOIOO... \ In Section boundary One ((5)) MAY REVIEW on
State of Florida, do
and aach of. Starka. Florida. Copiesof the district
resident of at
Jurisdiction of the
29 Township 7 South' One Hundred
hereby give notice that a ANY ORDER OR JUDGMENT
hereby required to the ComprehensivePlan SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS the time of his originalappointment
Rang,.?) East 'located Seventy-si and Two Special Election will behold OF TRIAL COURT Supreme Court.IN .
available for
luKt of Grollgm appear on the 7th day a are Hundredtbs' ) SPECIFIED or election.
;Squfh on ((1176.02) In each County In CERTIFIED BY THE
public Inspection THEREIN. THE EXEMPTION Five justices shall constltuta -
foot la an Iron pipe for COURT APPEAL TESTIMONY
., ; '. Florida on March 11. DISTRICT OF
review at the Planning The
FOR ALL OTHER a quorum. WHEREOF. I hove
point of beginning. From IN WHICH AN APPEAL
1980. for the ratification
and Zoning Office, City LEVIES may Increased concurranca of four hereunto hand
the. of beginningthus set my
or rejection of the Joint
Hall Starka, Florida. described, continue up to an amount not exceeding justices shall be OF GREAT PUBLIC IMPORTANCE and affixed the Great
Copies are available at Resolutions proposing ten thousand necessary to a ded..,Ion. Seal of the State of
Y/t. North (18))
Eighteen OR TO HAVE
of { h/ amandmants to the Constitution
the Bradford County degrees' and Thirty-five of of dollar of the assessed When recusols for cause GREAT EFFECT ON THE Florida at Tallahassee,
the Stale
library Stories. Florida. value of the real estota If would prohibit the court the Capital this the 17th
minutes West
-:. ,t, Reg. Real Estate Broker ALBERT L. CROSBY. said Westerly boundary Florida:: vii: this, owner has attained from convening because, OF JUSTICETHROUGHOUT day of December A.D. I I

JR.. Secretory. Planning One Hundred. 1979. ,
301 North Motel lawtey Twenty. THE
(''1.' and Zoning Commission. Five, ((125)) ,loot to an Iron STATE AND CERTIFIEDTO GEORGE FIRESTONE,

Office 7B2-M3I: Homo 12/27 4rchg: 1117.NOTICE pipe; thence South REQUIRE IMMEDIATE SECRETARY OF STATE.

;'INI! E. STARLING Associate 1..7I2.S Seventy-ane. ((71)) RESOLUTION BV THE 12/272lchg 1,3.trwille. :

..... I degrees and Twenty-five
3BR. Fr. 8.2 Ac MS. OF ((25) minutes West One

:: :" 4BR. FR, I Ac ( 'ID70DO INTENTIONtOREGISTER Hundred Ninetynineand REAL ESTATE )
LOOK" 3BR. Stucco 'A Ac $I Eighty.live Hundredths ;

2 tR. IBa. homo an 'lot In 1BR.CB. 1.3 Ac 520 FICTITIOUS. ((199.85) feet to an .

city.49nlT'eOOO' JI'I\ .. ..NAME.l '" Iron pipe thence South k 1<1..'. .. ., .*.*..! .",*. 11
PorfeO9OotatePPc4mor"v. 4A1JJ l;\; :scrocjgv f ilZon..1II' !)n f.ufr.'i4 1'!'I r'\a lorb Elgh'_'"' (IB) degree' 'f -_

.'' ..>.' ..... 'A Trailers. Low D It. 863.0/9, Florida a Statutes, and Thirty-five, (35) -
minutes East: parallel'
notlca I I. hereby given with said Westerly boundary ..,"" -
3BR. 280! CB. CHI A FPI Fm 10 Ac.. Shade $ that the undersignedJohn One, Hundred
Rnt. 1.80O sq. ft. on 3 Ac. 20 Ac. Pasture $ ). E. Glover, 'ISO W.
Twenty-five ((125)) feet to
.4&s&BR 10 "'e. Fenced SI $. Call, St. Starke, Fla. an Iron, pipe; thence, garREALT

All acreage 1O% 32091 doing business North Seventy-one, (71) FRULKNERRIERISTY '1.1 co. ."
2 Ba. CB. CH/A. 1.30 Down. 10% Int. > under the' firm name of degrees and Twenty-five J I ,
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,::tloliday Over for Area High School Teams R


;;t High school sports action gets back line, where the Tiger's poor two for Jackson and Dennis Slrmonee score' trlpleheader before hosting In-
:. nto full swing Friday night with, eight night couldn't keep up with CC', 11 points and Rufus and Irvin George terlachen Tuesday night. Interlachen
steams fror' <>U three. area. schools involved steady parade to the line.The Raiders hit for 10 apiece. handled Union 50-23 in'an early
: sank 17 of 25 charity chancea "I tell "If there was an all-etar team from season battle.
'JJ' T you,'every time we went down the the tournament I would have picked
'Tigers Search"for No. 1 floor' .early in the game we were Phillip.for it, be did everything down KHHS Girls Look for Streak
< The Till JI'Ii. of'Union High get two whistled for a foul," moaned UCHS there." ROM added. Keystone High's Lady Indians will <
penances to break. ;Into the basketball Coach David Rosa. Three .starters Cross City has played its beat ball of be trying to build on a two same winning -
.,win .column this ,week, playing at were' on the bench in foul trouble late, with 0-8 center Eugene streak with a busy three game
Cross City Fl iday', night. Jan. 4, before the first quarter was over but McDowell leading the way while the week that starts with a road trip to
,j before_hosting,})!awihorne Tuesday, ,- the Tigers hung in,falling only when a Tigers will be seeking a measure of tough Jasper Friday night I The 4-2
I Jan. B.Union's. ''short jumper wouldn't drop In with revenge against Hawthorne, which Lady Indians visit, class 3A
: 51-50 )Joss' to Crescent City six seconds to go and Union down by a won 76-57, in. an opening game Gainesville High for a 'JV-varsity
last week in the Palatka Invitational point."''"The difference was at the free meeting doubleheader Monday night, and host
consolation round dropped the Tigers throw line, it was really a one-sided Jax.Victory Christian Tuesday night
jto 0-8. Two other Jp&ses were In overtime affair. But the kids played weD" Union Girls Play TwiceThe as part of a trlpleheader. \:.'
Ross praised,pointing/ out the balanced Lady Tigers (l-.) also play at The 3-2 junior varsity Lady Indians !''A1"\,
I.. :The loss earner'at; the free 0 throw Union attack which had Phillip ..Cross City Friday as part of a ,play"just once, against CHS. '
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2 for Kill IS Boys I'

The Indians of Keystone High, 2-5 :.
'P PUBLEC SADDLE ,& TACKNOTICE after Christmas tourney action, head "', ',:'
back into regular season play with ,. ,'1i -fcr'' \ .
dates against Jasper on the road Fri .. >,., ", ,,
day and a home match with Jax. Victor # "
Christian Tuesday night
AUCTION "I think we're going to go back with Inside Power
the one guard-big man lineup,"KHHS
Coach Ron Brummitt said over the Theresa Woody shown here working Inside against EasUide,has provided the
under-the-baskel work for Bradford's 2-2 Lady Tornadoes
holiday. "We shift around
may some Woody and her BUS lea mates visit Hawthorne tonight with a chance to forge
too though, the smaller seemsto
the level for the first time this
We have been commissioned to sell for American Saddle Co. work better against HIlliard above .500 season.
victim in both
( Keystone wins).As forth

approximately 50,000.00: worth of handmade. Western and where) Florida KHHS Crown Is 1-1 Brummittpredictsthat Conference race

English saddles and tack of all kinds. "... no matter who wins It I look
for them to get bumped off two or 0
three times at least. Still right now, (!Jlu
Including: Full silver show saddles, ranch, roping, pleasure and I'm not so concerned with the con
ference race as I am with just gettingus
children's saddles. Lifetime guaranteed trammel bits, hackamores, playing better."
The Lake
silver headstalls and halters Sunbeam clippers, Kool Kare pads, BUS Girls Can Bust .500

plus everything imaginable in the tack line. High The will Lady be out Tornadoes to rise above of Bradford the .500 '

level for the first time when they risk
Yu 15- 7:00 P.M.At their 2-2 mark against Hawthorne on s.oroeo. coy The Union Cou.iirilegrql1 .
3day, January the road tonight, Thursday, Jan 3,
and at home against always tough 1 TIMESSUPPLEMENT
Clay High Monday, Jan. 4.

Tornadoes' Mission: Halt Skid
Clay County Shrine ClubFrom Coach Mike Sexton and the BUS COUNTY TIMES; AND LAKE REGION MONITOR
Tornadoes have been In
practice sessions putting over the overtime holiday January 3.1980 Sect,..* .

break in effort to the
Orange Park Go So.OnHiway No. 17 To State, Road 220 brakes on the six an game losing put string

Turn West Go 7 Miles To State Road C209 Turn Left Go 2 Miles they're now mired try to In. reverse The 1-6 Tornadoeswill the trend stsnsttmests4n.

against two pretty solid opponents on

Auctioneer's NoteII! i This Is all name brand merchandise and one of the most Eastside the road.Friday BUS night visits and Gainesville travels to Who's No. I ?

complete lines of saddles and tack that we. have had an opportunity to sell. North game."Marion for a Tuesday night
Most of all the saddles have a 5 year written guarantee. Eastside rapped Bradford 58-44 In i Alabama-
Starke early and has been red hot of
late, pushing Its mark to 7-2 with two Ceilings

Auction Conducted By:, Christmas. tournament championships Should Be

BUS Wrestlers Back Mats
National Auction & Sales Mgt. Inc. The Tornado wrestling on team also Sports Editor
gets meets back this into week.action The 1-3 with BUS two squad dual ..............--.........

Licensed and Bonded Terms:: Cash, Checks or Bankcards with proper I.D. night'takes'on before Ocala Forest hosting In Ocala Macclenny-Friday No question in my mind who's number one In college football after the New

For Further Information Baker County Tuesday night in Year's day warsAlabama.
: Starke., That's not to say I'm dead certain Bear Bryant's Crimson Tide could handle
"They're loaded"was the way Tornado John Robinson's USC Trojans but when you're faced with. choice between()

'..,- '. -- ,---,-PHONE 282-141Z. Sale Day ",-th >Farast-tomch'Wildcats.Ronnie.Harris but Baker describe Co. ?n, look'$ama the and flald ni.S...".....WD;Cal" ..gnu,"'have. to take the club- "JbaLMjon( every: time ,

,.doesn't figure to be nearly as tough >Now If Ohio Stale and Florida State had both come out victorious to finish that
same 12-0..well then you'd have a debate.
Speaking of Florida Stale, I don't believe the Seminoles have too much to be
I embarrassed about after their 24-7 loss to Oklahoma. Yes Oklahoma proved it
n' was much the better team but if the 'Nole had gotten something... anything
from the Sooner 17 after the early blocked punt.they would have been a little
closer loser at worst.
;' Eight of 27 for 100 yards with three Interceptlons- FSU's aerial numbers In the
loss.That tells the story Never was the Jimmy Wally Jordham passing show so
completely shut off tins year. OU may not have seen a passing attack in the Big
I '. Eight this year but they certainly were ready for anything FSU had to throw at
..The 35 yard Billy Sims TD run to clinch it belonged more to Sooner quarter
back J.C.Watts than to Sims., despite the raves of the NBC broadcasting team.
Watts' sucked the FSU defense in completely before dishing off to Sims...
--+ OR.n PASHIOlt1=ED "' ..FSU's recruiting efforts, especially those out of state will get a boost from
all the attention NBC paid to Bobby Bowden during the Orange Bowl gameand
from the Bobby Bowden song played in the pregame show. A greater dose of
.. Bowden's humor and dawn.homeness would have helped even more.
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: i Kingdom of Sun Again a Show

The basketball displayed at last week's 18-team Kingdom of the Sun tournament
.. w y 71 "p at Ocala Vanguard was a cut above the high school basketball you'll see
i i anywhere but at the state tourney That's why so many college coaches were
milling around. Lakeland which returned the top six from its 1971-79 4A state
runnerup, won the team prize with a 81.57 pasting of Vanguard showing why
many are saying the Dreadnaughts are among the best prep teams Florida has
] ft r ever produced. Lakeland never was seriously pressed in running Its record to
Wrpar 111, the only loss to Lousville Ballard in Kentucky with three starters still play.
r co 'salutes ; ing football. Lakeland had also played In a schoolboy tournament In New
= Orleans, beating Houston Wheatley and Lake Charles Lou.
;; Still in all, the individual talent is what theSun tourney displays;Scouts viewedat
DonNyman least 25 college prospects in the four day event. West Palm North Shore'
r .... : Derek Harper and Lakeland's Alonza Alien everybody's choice as the state's
best two, were on hand but the biggest help was done guys) like Chip Watts,a 6-I 1
: :: := center from tiny Grand Ridge of the Panhandle.Watts hit for nearly 20 points per,
1:1 Hi. : game as the number ore ranked 1A school won three of four to push its mark to
I'm Don Nyman, manager of the Wendy's ? l' 141. I watched Watts pour in 31 In his team's 63-53 loss to 3A Tallahassee Leon.
here in Starke. rye been That kind of performance against big school competition helps make college ,
restaurant with
'M coaches believe in such a fellow Watts could play for any college in the state
: ... Wendy's for one and a half years and was a ax+t )' ,;. Allen a 0-5 leaper,was far and away the tourney's high scorer punctuating his
manager In Jacksonville before I came to { performance with a record( 41 point burst in the finals His specialty is the dunk.
.v. but his smooth game and pressure defense are his best assets Harper, a 6-2
-+. Starke. I'm single and a graduate of ; guard who Is being recruited by everybody, was off target in the game I saw, a
l- Jacksonville University. I enjoy most:sports, i 52-46 North Shore win over Orlando Edgevtaten He was a disappointing three of
: ; 14 from the floor in the first half but never stopped pulling the trigger ending
especially golf and tennis. Here's a coupon, a with 28 points on 13 of:19 bombs. His flashy passing from the point on fastbreaks
't for a special dinner. Since I'm new In town, and defense Impressed more ttem did his shooting
I I hadn't seen a dunk all year in covering local high school games but
sure would like to meet Hop to see t
1 ;: t" remember 10 from Thursday's four tourney games. Vanguard's M Roosevelt
you soon J Davfson made like Darryl Dawklns, pulling a breakaway rim down with a two-
hand slam. It's amazing that a high school has a tearaway rim In use before the
NBA- _
North Shore 8-1, beat 8-3 Leon (7-60 for third while 14-1 Grand Ridge earned
1 1631 Walnut St. stark0 fifth with a 83-54 win over S-4 Edgewater.....
1: .,.It'. said that the University: of Florida is going at In-state basketball
recruiting more earnestly than ever this year. The Gators are particularly Interested -
hi Harper. In the December issue of Sunshine State Basketball a West
I Palm Beach publication covering the state, UF's John Lots Is quoted as saying
,"He the best lye seen since I recruited Charlie Scott I at North Carolina).And
3i I Charlie Scott was a great, great high school player ,
.' ...While on Sunshine State Basketball, it's'Sweet Sixteen" coaches poll of the
4H4 :;l top "-4A-3A teams doesn't Include any area teams

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w :: :999 999 00:< 0 :42M 00t22 There's No Off-Season, ,. H'

It xxx *, \
xxx II-IIi
Believe it or not, they're'stiD thinking football at our '

i I three area high schools. Off-season conditioning pro'J: ?:I.. "..I:

HUlilUH I ii sit sirlif grams are underway at all three schools with an eye ,0// nits;J* ,r'' >: J

i::: :: ..! :: ::: 1980 towards Fall Spring season.practice We talked which with the head early coaches.in May and the'. < 'j\r;*"" > .'.Mr.

...... .

I Defensive? Holdovers Tornado KeyBy I Tiger Team Unity Importcmfc" : :,

just to name a few some in the started the off-season program early-In,
Richard Smith race Coming off an 0-10 season intangibles like attitude We
Student Journalist tor positions on the line as JV I team spirit, and togetherness weigh December and the kids have really had:*good

graduates will get their shot at the I heavily in Union High coach Jimmy Thomas' attitude so far. It's a good feeling to know the

With 13 starters and 15 lettermen Friday night spotlight. "Others are thoughts these days. Thomas Is trying to rebuild kids have such! a good attitude after what we've

returning from a 5-3 squad which won capable, if they work hard In the off- I a solid entrant into the 19BO gridiron wars with been through. !.-.-. :

its last three games, 1980 could be a season program and on their own." nE. the off-season program he opened in Decemberand "Between January and August (opening of

good year for the Bradford High Tor concluded Hurse. to hear him tell it the mental approach to the Fall drills) you can lose a lot of kids to a.lot ot

nadoes. The off-season program for the Tor- program Is as important as the physical. things.. we want to keep the kid's Interest and

don't smaller nadoes is recognized as one of the best Believe it or not even when you're 0-10 a lot keep them with us.We're talking to kid.now and
"We play anybody around. Hurse is again happy with It to them interested." .
don't get
than us." said Coach David Hurse more bad things could go wrong if you stay trying
so far this season adding that his home
asked about next season'sschedule. together as a team Thomas said from
when a
things will get tougher when the kids during the holiday break. "Mental attitude is Important
But then last season's edition .rr11Y (see Tigers,SB) -__ -
of the Tornadoes was'outsizedmost return from the holidays. to us, we have to keep the kids together.
Fitting into the off-season
of the time but still used an l Is the varsity weightlifting program

upset victory over Buchholz as the which opened with a dual lift against
springboard to a .500 season. Hurse Closed For Inventory
We Are j
added that Buchholz and Gainesville Hawthorne (an easy win) over the
r j break and culminates in the state 3A
High will be the strongest teams on ,
meet. "Weightlifting is the heart and
Big Red's 1980 schedule. BUS Head Man David Hurse soul of our football team," Hurse said Until January 8
"The defense will be our strength
flatly "It makes the kids stronger
because of the experience," Hurse Will start his 19th season at the Tor- "
and less
susceptible to an injury. Order Decorated
previewed. Eight starters return on nado helm with a 127-57-7 career Hurse's conclusion then would be- You May T, y :
side of the line Hurse record.
the defensive BHS again will be the smallest foot .
Cakes During This Time.
that the defensive secondary
added ball team drawing from the smallest Jimmy ThomasThe

should be much improved over last student body among the area's 3A Tiger coach says team unitycan :

with year since there are three returners coi ipetion for spots will be fierce clubs.. but with hard off-season work key a comeback from 0.10 year. (PC) olutow ( a00! ': ::.':
starting *
The three starters that should anchor among the punters and kickers. and a productive Spring the Tor- "'VI' need to stay together a team .

the secondary are David Sparks David Sparks last year's punter, nadoes should again be a competitiveforce. 138 E. Call St. Starke's Own Bakery 9645830YOU

Scott Allen. Kenny Clark, and KennyBo .
Mike Teston and Kenny Etheridge.With .
Daryl Thornton and Brain Griffis will vie for the punting job. .

Thomas, Hurse expects to have five Clark who missed only one extra : ,
point and made a clutch field goal
defensive backs that are capable of
in and taking over without against Buchholz as last year's :_ :
losing any ground to the oppsition regular placekicker, is the favoritefor F
Scott Allen and Randy Reddish are the kicking job but will get heavy

also expected to contribute and Hurse competion from Sparks Allen and

added "I'm sure that there are GriffIs. : .;
others that will come into their own." On the offensive side of the ball only GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST > : :
five and :
The linebacking situation will be return three of them will be

different from the secondary since In the backfield, as Bill Goodge, Mike '

bona fide starter returns Jordan, and Kenny Clark return for '
only one ,
that being junior to be Mark Crews. their senior year. SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE amPOUENN'Pete : ;

Crews will take over the defensive With quarterback Goodge and

signal calling chores left by Danny fullback Jordan returning the offen- Valentino : ..: :
sive backfield should be a strength for
Hildebran,79's leading tackler. Hurse
says that Jimmy Wright has some BHS. The spot left by John Bennett "We should get a lot more done S1F1ID' SECTION ; ..

linebacking experience and that, "he will be filled by Emmett Watkins Spring than last" said KHHS grid .. :

will play where we need him the Randy Parado 79 JV standouts, or coach. '" .
another player from the JV as '
most. Eddie Barnes and Guy Wayne up
Parrisli, both up from the JV. will Hurse says he will give everybody a ':

also be at linebacker. chance. Shop The Sun's Classified section ; '

Defensive end could be another "We would like very much to throw :

(trouble spot for the Tornadoes as only the ball next year but the quarterbacks : ,. .,

returns and he could and wide-outs will have to get
Jimmy Wright
be at linebacker. Chuck Williams and down here in the summer and get everyday for values. <
Barry Reddish both have JV experience their timing down," Hurse said, continually great shopping

and may be called onto man stressing off-season work as
the end posts. the key to success in the Fall. The
wide-outs Hurse talks about include -.v._ ,
The middle of the defensive line : .
be a for BUS since returning starter Kenny Clark,Doyce -
three may returners strongpoint have starting ex Griff, Scott Allen, who will also see CUSSED ADVBORTELEPHONE INCOME() TAX PRE PAKR PERSONNEL ClERK ; :;
time at quarterback and Dewayne K.-Isicw.bl0' or ..part.' ncdperson UiMtrtru .....soRequire :': ;
Kevin Reddish and Frank SALESqulr .
perience. for tax preparation Flexible
*. ** fyptno 4O CWP>"rV*. ooodioHlno .
Strickland, who according toHurse"appears vnlnfl hour Attractivecompensation hloh' wheal Grad, 2 V" .
Swindell both two year starters will **if motivation, ooadettitud Cell, or com by clerical enoerlvnc, ability to "
to have the best ft th* Ability to work for Interview Household) Fl ., ,.. .. .
and anchor ;
return should the line according + type 33 WPM. training > "
0. Salary + ..." 239: NW '13"'. 377 3400Eauel .
to Hurse. The other starter hands on the squad. commleslon Reply to Depl1M7. .>. Ctpportunitv/ EmploverWSTRUCIGS or 6x,69coca payroll preferred'n PNSOnna4 Apply et Ale ones* .... .
returning would be Jeff Lawson. If he The offensive line will have two iisBAsovSTTER NEE DEO f fc. .J7607 Sun Drawer A. Gainesville chug Co P.rsonna OIYIS10n.
returning starters in tight end Eric al \ree.. FOR) FITNESS CENTER County Administration, viii::: ::
\ as he has IndicatT4tctlfurse. wood TNra< Hours T! p- F. 'CU'-= 303 1temlnert 1m
Carroll and tackle Ricky Griffis but '. ants/De INI.Mw capeepq Mtelmum:.vers central officetMberlvnc FAlt.T1049 i :! !>' h)1 J wO+ ,::1'1'';t""f')'!1 IIi'h:
Hurse says the rest of the positionsare ASVSITTE-R WANTED land / and krowlde of ylgn 3" (\,
Some development rii' lwl.' Call INSTRUCTOR. for o.otesslanel
"Competition helps breed success" wide open. Randy Luke Charles Sunday weekday Cell. for Saturday Information L Mr' Good te.n/ 377 473HAIRDRESSERS In flrflf manam PII'SOM I.i1es; rnurcJ1e Fee f Paid

is the way nurse describes the kick- Brown William Shannon. Dale 377 I39qor 377 2331 WAMtCO. on A or healthy full' Mm' *file. Mwt tviino.fee "Ire. pan*to travel time Cuceotlotial opportunity' to becommaon

Ing game, which he expects to be a Buchannan Kenny Wright Shane Part tlmpor. full or. .IH Inlet oa. For' basis.Intonation / 10.Davis. ,pr.. month Relocation, / involved a.and: In Mle and ,- ::vice,-o* :.::
strong point of the Tornadoes. The Thornton, and Chris McSpadden are Z eestocSON.I.. "Vnaoer. not oeore.u"Send* riurr Prfr to matter'director* dnrabwPer E...*.'*''hatneawnerf2oI. Y Em.4u1V frton Mltlhop-
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High's programfor mileage rto down payment aft lops OATSUN 210 2door automatic
Mime payment" Excellent tondltlon air......FM ".000 mile* >nt. SOaS Meln,37J43OI .
1980 started almost before It ended TM / / Muil sacrifice 3'WM EeCNlent condition, 2MO C.*lBob. TRUCK TOPPERS. All. hind*. .,-. ..
for off-season 3/7 1044 Great byyt .. .
1979 as weight training Oa 65 MUST ANG FASTBACK. color A le Over 50111 Stock :
after the Indians' Mar*, ref..._ clastic. *. .19 Call Gary"McCollum, .
opened just 2.8 cam- 70 AMC HOP.MET ooad condl- "W 71 OATSUN WAGON 110 Frommo. W' 2614 M.I ntofh I.
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paign P*.40V to 90 MOO JV2-#743 to13".3716/07. runnlno out hoes wp.. MOO or 1157 DODGE PICKUP RYns .
KHHS Coach Pete Valentino is also or 371-099 Student 9975 FIAT 171. 4 door, vwv oootf best offer "Ki J .Otte ..,.. .15.19. or '''.'.11. ; ., .

ahead of the game having already ...CONOM..LUHUKU..'" condition nvw. ca fwi**tl:=rebuiltcarbwrcfor 17OA1SUN2/02, ... 104 : : ..
targeted areas of concern for nextyear's '79 Century ucta wagon loadedwith FM, nv*Dattwv. wood=,:11th 241.S".ad.. ; ar AM/FM. 10,700 I949CHEVVw ..10. ,
*Mlr**. M MFC. OOO M11en l age, MM. >74tl, k .o trylno.Student : m. % excellent ""'l"\rn\ : .. ton pickup' e cvllndr. automatic
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end team. He says: ... owner ttjj while .000 Flrt' 9OO ..... : fY

"Our objectives are one to finda '79 0UICK CENTURY. **lver0ry '11 BUICK ......cr..... ..... V..1972.,.,no'.t"adlos.KuUPs.f, XII r.()Ulr, cash take it Call JTt 4139 .
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; solidify our cut V. ,3 hwv. 63500. Martin. 17t9104 tiocel, Oidimobii* 194 Chevy schoolbu .
kicking game. We need to determine Student ., n> motor automatic./ MOO .'. .
who our extra point and nQQllaPI Bill.' .4S4 3aH _. : : :. ,

field goals man is going to be; ,-. ,

three, we need to shore up our ,...- ... .
defense; and four, we need to fill -:-:- '.' -

two offensive tackle positions and I .. ." .
find one more ballcarrier." LARGE CL..C".ALIIO.. SELECTION of! U. 7.*., a NICE HOUSE 1101 NE 17 Way OWCA.HYO""V..TGAO.lO..ASSUMABLE" LOAM "' '

Two things Valentino hopes to buildon a4 ... 'd.. In .lock Why Pa21000 .As. .q22 374 3999 Wd. 09tl/mo principal' <'n.*.**.. M. v? lave by .
buylno direct/ Thurs 406,0"other davs "t.3 "". a balti with veraa.
are the Indians' solid performancein /:Irorrl factory ConrMnunltv Mobil Ovn't miss this on.. mov in v. .. .
7-6 loss to Crescent =-Ito S.la. N' ]DI S9Nf.' IORKWOOO! ( WEST be tor* Christmas. f5e..SOO ctl *, :' '
a a City team d1N13un-N.1741 Monlf J Shm RE ALTO A- '* ,t
that finished 10-1 and the added BEAUTIPUt. ACRE COT :r.-.r: 01.room>bath with walk llrBl *in- Owner 377.4e4Oor 37f>47** ,.,r4,, ;.: .

familiarity between the players and Pete ValentinoThe enhance: this. bvautlfful, 4 .R. y "c.. *crn.d porch. Only 9 to *0) ACRES Of cleared ,lv.t_ ..
Do'''."iel..t on* I. Ir._. CMTV. .*...... A........... ll'......mats land Now being termed, for ... ,
the coaching staff which was expanded Indian mentor feels Spring .ftavlno.. horn Jusa.minute* ING.'D""LL'A"' '' "EAL TO" homsits or crops Fronts or:'!;u '>:' :
last season. Rich King and Bob t or Oak* M.ll. t rlc. * practice this year will be more useful. 1696,41010 Ce11' Mike' RVelf. Assaf. cnuj. CeM4U 1047.oft ""
Smith will start their second campaigns / Nev a..ItY 1 Alachua LEISURE. LIVING at Its bet 9 .: .. ,
Covn''nc: REALTOR.37277s3.BR. r/i ....... 2.tory residence, 11141.50 PURNISHCD t1>9 .I."
with KHHS this Spring. "The LAKE FRONTAGE. 100 FEET with custom ....,_) feature UNFURNISHe4"Close.t' .Park.*.. Mto .
AMAItMO This .Family I room with University VA A Shandft ,
coaches ln DI e* Can -
new are going to be more effective home MINIIW 1 bedroom horn I* to rid/ *bike .. ?. '
MKbV 14we. oe *hcootnQ MM.lnnlenCHIN open* to NS1YLarge*"*<*v loti 5
now than when they just "We only lose two seniors Daniel Nice Col. 7 sold. 2N Bath .amt. end has monthly payment Itsrw nctoed porch thai I* ne* ...". '. 372 atJI., m.u\l ...|
IIso"C40. 641.11.0 of s1.0 .16* Quality.ina amortost trracd .
jumped in with us last year." Valentino Hughes and Mike Graziano) on central Matz./I. Let".euloP.d.Co. under .;o.ooo Calf: ....... pool ft l>*eutlful Ia.dsc petio aPing' SI3VMO, FURMtSMEO. 10 M 40..i '
defense so that's where we should be p2lCant D.ckeO Se./-m/ng/ pop/, Wm. M Hell Realty of Oaln*. CHtras. 'include tempr.tur. See aLe' ,*.. Mobil C. ""-*'.
pointed out. "Last Spring wasn'tmuch in blick benb.C21wn1x11 -/b -II*. REALTOR. 373.300* controlled oronnous*. '.'0. Of tic* ha* key Mlc*. clean *. ,: "*.11comforfebl ..
for us but this Spring we'll be good shape Valentino said. But in WNkshPp. a//1UV ,soon. Opb/e ... rose 9.' 'oa "'' moL. sv *. AvM12 IS Ittru.. r
CKaort Gunl f'E..U"FUL' 7O4m. O/en1 owner, 41 IS OOO 3 74 Owner 2111177N-7707. elide !
CeNaw firm
the PO.Mb/e Call
next breath he defense will / b*>
able to do a lot more teaching. They says rMf.l. 660.000_ :: \\. bee-ad tell/110e tween **D-.)77 alas.
know the kids and the kids know them get lots of work in the drills which MARVNor Moe LLe R R E ALTOR M tlerw/arKed.ndowt.......'."'e/1 17 a I4.V-.Able 11' % Mor/ae99) ,fl.r f.tw
now open In May. "Good teams are builton good defense in any league and we.W3 Newpr.V ..... 373-499:
As for the Crescent City carryover?
"I think that can help us a lot if we that's one of our big objectives." Con.

can carry that momentum over into tinued improvement by players like

Spring practice. That gave our sophomore linebacker Scott Adams

younger k ids a lot of self-confidence end Sam Sibley defensive backs Ken

that they could play good football." ny Jennings and Grady Bostick, and -
noseguard Walt Boney is what Valentino SOLID ANTIQUE cherry BICYCLE' -....L..G".20
15 lettermen could return for double CONDITIONER" Inch wftaels.
b.d.rdnehf4nd.e700.. oood) condition. a,\
KHHS that number including 11 is after. He says the secondary 77s-1699 9>4Kliounll Make"...... C4716501GET

players who started either on offense, needs hard work. REAL Qi elltv 50 Owcnlllv M3/39iogor ja-i4ai, CVOCAAT. nw 1 Mr *n.ln..
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Sports Calendar Area Lakes Get, "Bonus" Sunshine Bass I I

Thursday. Jan. Northeast Florida fish specialists Geneva Rowell, Lowery Sunshine bass don't reproduce but "Jigs, minnows, or black and white
Jerry Krummrich and Joe Magnolia, Crosby Sampson as Krummrich and Chamberlain made beetle spinners are good to use with
UNION BRADFORD Football Banquet. 7:3 p.m.at Lake Butler Comro. Center Chamberlain were In the area Friday, lakes In the area which are now stocked their trips to the local media to impress the younger fish When they get big-
girls varsity basketball ,Hawthorne 7:30 checking up on the sunshine bass the with sunshine bass- shad-eating fishermenthese are a great ger they'll. go after any shadtypelures.
Friday. Jan. 4- state game and fish commission has hybrid produced at the Florida Game catch they said."They're ."
been stocking in area lakes. and Fresh Water Fish Commission's Sunshine Bass have been dumped
UNION girls V. (5)). boys JV (':JO)and boys V. ((8) basketball Cross City Krummrich listed Klngsley, Lake Rlchloam fish hatchery In LakelandManMade feeding heavily now we into Kingsley Lake in 1975. '77, and
BRADFORD wrestlers at Ocala Forest<8::39)( ) .-.- --.- -- would encourage people to fish themin '79,five fish per acre A heavier load :
KEYSTONE boys JV (5)), girl V. (8:30: ), boys V. (8) basketball Jasper 17% cold weather,' Krummrich said. 10 fish per acre, was dropped Into
BRADFORD boys JV (8:30): ). boy V. (UI> basketball at Eastside He said the major reason the commission Rowell because of Its quantity of shad
I stocks lakes with the bass is to feed on. Crosby Lake got its first
f ::Mi. rt "' KEYSTONE girls JV (6). girls V. (7:30: ) basketball Gainesville High They grow to pan size In the first other lakes, including Palestine and
..e-f I I".UtI., '"7< *' BRADFORD girls' varsity basketball" (7:30)Tuesday ..oath.to year, growing slower after that, and the lakes on Blanding are due for

Jan. lI give fishermen a sporting light. stocking in.the Spring.

I, :Baker Co. at BRADFORD wrestling (1))
'r''J x'Victory at KEYSTONE!: boys JV C:3I1)llrll:: ) V. ((6:38).nd. boy V. (8))

I :' Interlachen UNION girls V, (S), lUvlhorne at UNION boys JV ((6:30) &
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1 Right now the prospective Tigers think that's a good learning ex-
:about 30 of them Thomas estimated. perience." Fish?
:are: working in the weightroom Mon-
= Other spring priorities Thomas Jerry Krummrich: and Joe Chamberlain, fish specialists for the Florida fish
day, Wednesday and Friday, and 2 EGGS
through quickness and endurance goIng outlines Include: and game commission, hold up the sunshine bass they've been stocking In area $1 69
!drills .Tuesday and Thursday. "We Finding some speed for the offensive BACON OR SAUSAGEHASHBROWNS
:have fun days every once In a while" .bacfcfield
'the UCHS head man added. "The .Finding some linebackers and lakes.UCHS OR GRITS
:closer we get to May the harder we'll replacing two lost cornerbacks.
the offensive line."We've .
-work.-t, Grid Banquet tonightUnion 2 BUTTERMILK BISCUITS
:lkpMully: after the new semester got to find some people
starts we'll have a lot more kids work- beck there who can play Thomas said

,ling out with us (in the sixth period Crt.he secondary and linebacker open- County High School will hold Its annual Football Banquet tonight,Thurs COFFEE REFILLS FREE
I i program). We want to have all tho toes. Tommy Roberson, who played day, January 3, at the Lake Butler Community Center.
(kids In our program working in the some at both corner and running (Letters to first year players and bars (for second and third year players will be
I off-season program by January." back;, and David Johns, who started passed out, and possibly some individual awards said Tiger Head Coach Jimmy
Spring practice, which opens early .t corner at times, are players Thomas.'The covered dish banquet will start at 7:30: with UCHS followers askedto EAT HERE OR TAKE OUT
in May, may culminate In Lake Thomas figures could fit In as bring meat, vegetable, and salad dishes
:Butler as Thomas trying to line up a linebackers. Bonny Pinkston and
;Spring jamboree for Union High :Ricky Carlton have experience at
:Stadium Newberry has agreed to beon defensive end or walk-off linebackers.
: hand and Williston and Chief land Players up from the JV and young
could round out the field. players, who saw action in the final
: 15 lettermen, Including eight games of 1979, will get shots at star- EAG

:regulars, and three players who got ting nods.! They Include Tony Honour, l'I''III III e
:late-season starts, return to the Tiger who Thomas said "played the running I 1.1.
:fold Terry McDowell, last season's gaire as well as any corner we had all udsa.I
:second leading tackler from the yell," after his emergence from JV,
defensive backfield (who doubled as along with Leslie Williams, Greg
{blocking back because of what Hall, Mike Jennings, Ken Starling,
::Thomas termed abili- lIBel Don Clyatt They all got in enough
:ty") heads the list, along with! two- time to letter.
;"way" linemen Jimmy Norman and
:Dean O'Steen, center Kenneth Clyatt. "We've really got to work on our offensive -
:and quarterbacks Ed Varnes antiDavid line in the Spring," Thomas .I
: Barber. continued. "We were real weak there.
i One of the big question marks on We had people going both ways and I
f Thomas'mind is his quarterback slot. think that's where we were resting.
.If Varnes can recover from knee
: he'll likely man the poet with One linemen the Tigers will sorely
(Barr playing the safety position miss to graduation is Kevin A. Griffis. Ihll
-tie's experienced at. need to have "Kevin did a fine job at tight end for 1. 1
Jtwo( real good quarterbacks," the ua,"' Thomas noted..Griffis also lead nm I
UCHS coach contends. "That's a position the Tiger tackle charts while catching] INiT1SSUE I
where the guy running it has to doa over 300 yards in aerials. "We need w ._ I MEN'S POLYESTER t
lot on his own. I plan to let 'em look somebody there who can catch but is DOUBLE KNIT DRESS
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the backfield is fullback in Valentino said will oo1 nimoo In quillty: I mon' wwarl \.;
Offensively, a a move =
: question WERE UP 10AM- style hi ,fashion toll t. mark even tho igh starters Kenny help the blocking front. Ricky mast'.2t-ez r
Jennings and Billy Coursey return. Thomas, who started against Cres- HUDSON PAPER TOWELS OH +
The reason Is because just exactly cent City as a freshman center, now 1 PACK BATHROOM TISSUE / sttulr.ty
I where those two will play is uncertain will look for a fulltime starting role as Big into of 114 one-ft Umm, 11.10" with Allele,
Nature or douMo ink*, double ,
ton UMUO 2
Jennings, who took in some 730 the snapper. MM each MID SNi..t..AMI.ooton. .
: yards" in receptions to go with 250 Valentino also pinpointed the play
3 rushing stripes, could be the quarter- of returning ends Jeff Stone and
3 back if nobody else steps in to fill the Slbley as a key to the offense. "We
i post Or, he could play tailback withi need!! consistency from them."
Coursey who missed most of the year "Hopefully w or 12 sophomores
with illness, in front of him at (juniors the Fall) may come up and C I. / I
: fullback. "If Jennings is at quarter- give us some depth," Valentino k b t /
: back we'll run some sort of option answered when asked about the 5-1 s. r J
j with Coursey at tailback. If tie's at KHHS JV squad of 1979. "It's hard to [ v
I{tailback will use the I formation with say how much they'll help us. You + n IB.BIZB HTM DRY 1
i Jennings being able to go either Know there's a great deal of difference CHLORINE COSTS LESS fAWVLM
5 way,"Valentino said. Coursey is fully between JV and varsity ball w y
}recovered the coach says. "He's look- but kids that age, 15 or 16, may grow 6 Ajinaits,
0'|ling real good in the weightroom, probably 2.3 inches and 30-40 pounds. I think we O = a %6p A CLASSIC JACKET LEATHERr
I our strongest man" The question could maybe get some new kids com- WAS seer LNC< PVC IN TWO STYLES
; ( mark Is quarterback, with Juniorj ing out that could help us too." /naarrr.lds koopo pool
j i varsity graduates Rob Durocher: and 20-25( players are working in the A, u weaarw.hnlwd. p nMo l 8.8S 7.88
: Paul Steinmetz possibly fitting into weight room after school. Asked WEREJ0 e' WEREA.W
the about competitive weightlifting
: picture. 2M
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: That the kicking game Is a big part meets with other schools Valentino nylon lining and tour pockot.men's st.a 8-XLBOVr .
i J of Valentino's Spring plan is pointed said "We're trying to get Into that. PVC JACKET WASAJII;..--B.68 WEREJJOW
out in his review of the past season. That would help us. I think a wrestl- YOUR WERE 1lA0UI'W- Pay/cotton knit
tie noted that the Indians didn't con ing program would really help foot- CHOICE! N 8 8 -Uptlid MOTOR Oil..= ( win mono rack Mi Wool
I vert three extra points In their open- ball but I don't foresee that because of c 3 Mild ooioio LML.
Ing 21-18 loss to Hawthorne botched A. tl.rn N CufI1IIYIna suck wIM Jrl
apvnt the expense> ...."" MItwlli Call 6 2 -
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:Crescent City in the one point loes on the worksheet. It will be a road ppeaegl warp lor hwUng-_.... I al_ena+dEaplel
: The offensive line is also an area to game if the new school's big football O. 1MO Mil UrtM"hair dr .. : 'f NYLON BLEND VELOUN
{be looked at, especially two empty! stadium is ready. "That'll be a good ...Comport amg .:.= ..FILTER ( SHIRTS FOR BOYS
|{tackle posts, including!the one 'left by game for us. It s an in-coun'y game anuteu. r 13,. 1.97 \ \ CREW NICK
'three year starter George Payne. and should be a good money game," WSAVIIAD _.. \ ", "
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Mn.Ollle Crews Hodges Ilarley T. Shaw -'

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Mrs. Ollie Crews Hodges, 92, of Rt. Mr. Harley T. Shaw 75, of Rt 2 Box ...,jt; I'i i
1 Lake Butler died Friday,Dec 28, at 142 Starke died Friday morning Dec. -:
her home after an apparent heart attack 28, at the home of his niece after an :.

apparent heart attack. :;.
A life long resident of Union County, Born In Bradford County, Mr. Shaw
Mrs. Hodges was a member of the resided most of his life in the Brooker f
Church of God In Lake Butler. area until moving to Starke 1 1/2 :I
Survivors include: one daughter, years .ago. He was a farmer and a fl\/\ / :,
Mrs. Ethel Crews of Lake Butler; two member of the Little Springs
sons, Albert Hodges of Green Cove Primitive Baptist Church. ( i
Springs and Herman Hodges of Lake Survivors include: his wife, Amanda -
Butler, 20 grandchildren and 38 great of Starke; his mother, Mrs .'
grandchildren Thedosha Shaw of Monteocha; four ,, ';:_ :.
Funeral services were held Sunday: sisters. Mrs. Bessie James of ...'.... .
Dec. 3D, in the Church of God in Lake Monteoacha, Mrs Lula Waters of :.:;
Butler with the Rev Alvin Lane and Winter Garden, Mrs. Susie Davis of
Rev Gene Bass officiating Burial Lake City and Mrs. Ruth Preswood of
followed In Mt. Zion Cemetery under Haines City; three brothers, Cleo :i
the direction of Archer Funeral Homeof Shaw of Jacksonville. Ma Hie Shaw of
Lake Butler Ocala and Levy Shaw of Valdosta.
Funeral services were held Sunday
in the New Hope Primitive Baptist I
Mrs. Emma S.Rohlln,AH Church with burial In the church
Rohlin, 98, of
Mrs Emma S. cemetery. Archer Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights,died Tuesday nightin Lake Butler was In charge of arrangements "
the Geriatric Center in Green Cove
Springs following a long illness Bornin -- \ 1s1 1 ti
: :,
Sweden, Jan. 23, 11181, Mrs. Rohlin ( ---i j1 L1A1N :
came to the U.S.A in 1910 and movedto ; I
Keystone Heights over 30 years ago Ilugh Wilson Biggs,51'
from Tampa. Mrs. Rohlin was the
widow of Mr. Karl Rohlin She was a Hugh Wilson Biggs, 59, Starke, died
member of the Community Church. early Sunday evening in Bradford Ii
Survivors include: two daughters- County Hospital following an extended / t tl I.
illness. Born in West Virginia, son l i
in-law, Mrs. Ellis Rohlin, Keystone .
Heights, and Mrs. Einar Rohlin, of the late Julia and Robert Biggs O
Ponte Vedra Beach; two nieces and 3 Mr Biggs was employed by the
grandchildren railroad until he was (forced to retire-
Funeral services will be held at ment by his health. He was a member .
10:30: A.M. Friday, Dec. 28, in the of the Baptist Faith.
Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Survivors include his wife, Mrs. .
Home, with Rev. Buddy C. Fnedlin Alma Biggs, Starke; two brothers, .
officiating Burial will be in the fami- Jennings Biggs Tavares Albert ,,' .
ly plot in Keystone Heights Cemetery. Biggs, Columbia, OhiOt' three sisters, That'sfamily Right ;. :
Mrs. Thelma avares, Mrs. -
Barbara Jean Belevins and Mrs. Hed- t
die Floyd both of Lakeland :
James Adkins.69 Funeral services were conducted at
2 pm. Tuesday, Jan. 1 I. at the Chapelof
James Adkins, 69, resident of Route Archer-Tanner Funeral Home,
I. died early Wednesday, Dec. 26, at with Rev. Ron Martin officiating.
his home following a brief illness. Burial was in Lawtey Cemetery, with TG& Y I IttD
Born in Lake City, Tenn., Mr. Adkins Archer-Tanner: Funeral Home in Hew Year

attended Cleveland, school Ohio, and where moved he was to charge of arrangements.John ::

employed by the Ford Motor Com-
pany until his retirement in 1974 He
moved to Starke three months ago
D. Griffis. 67
and was of the Baptist Faith. Mr.John Griffis,tiT ofTheressa,
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
: centers
died suddenly at his home Tuesday
Hazel Adkins, Starke; one son evening, Dec. 25. Born In Starke,Dec. ClearanceLadies
Robert "Bob" Adkins, Starke; 3
he lifetime resident of
23, 912, was a
daughters Mrs. Betty Blackburn,
the area. :Mr Griffis was a retired
Brownville, Texas, Mrs. Joyce
poultry farmer, and formerly was a
Boshears, Cleveland. Ohio, Mrs. Elec-
diesel far Clay
plant operator
Cleveland three
Peggy Annpate ; member of
tric. He was a Hope Bap
sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Rutherford, Har-
tist Church, and had served as clerk-
dington, Ky, Mrs. Beulah Smith,
Tenn.. Mrs. Mamie Lorrine Adkins, treasurer for 24 years.
Survivors include: his wife, Ruth Sale On Girl's
Tenn.. 10 grandchildren and 2 great- Zeigler Griffis, two daughters, Marcia -

grandchildren.Funeral services were conducted at Lee and Cheryl Douglass, both of
Theressa one son, David Zeigler
Z 'p.m. Saturday, Dec. 29, in the ;
Griffis, Theressa, two
Pentecostal Church North Water
on Wilber and Sidney Griffis, both of

Street Church Mederios,in officiating Pastor Starke of with Bayless Burial Rev was Baptist Dave in Starke Gainesville; one; and sister four, Mildred grandchildren.Ridgall, .Men's I .BQJ s

scheduled for
Funeral are
services .
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archer- "
Tanner Funeral Home in charge of 2 P.M. Friday, Dec. 28, in the Hope !
Baptist Church with the pastor. Rev.
Pat Murphy officiating.Burial will be
in the family plot in Hope Cemetery.
In lieu of (flowers, donations may be
:Mrs. Honor Sweat 90 made to the Hope Baptist Church
Building Fund. DeWitt C. Jones .
Mrs Honor Sweat, 90. resident of Funeral Home of Starke is in chargeof ; Clothing
Route 3. Starke, passed away early the arrangements.
Thursday morning, Dec. 27, in
Alachua General Hospital after a
brief Illness. Mrs. Sweat was born in
Baker County and moved to Starke
where she had resided since. She wasa
member of the Church of God of FLORIDA

Starke Survivors include: one son, Jimmy THEATRE neducedn
Sweat. Starke; four daughters, Mrs.
Maggie Tomlinson Mrs. Annie -
Tomlinson both of Starke,Mrs Edna Fri.- Sat.--Sun.
Comgez and Mrs. Ruby Hancock "uo
both of Jacksonville; 34 grand-
children, 84 great-grandchildren, and TIM DON
24 great-great-grandchildren. CONWAY, KNOTTS
Funeral services were conducted at = \ -
2:30: p.m. Sunday, Dec. 30. at the lrlrlE! --w :
Church of God with Rev. Gene Bass
officiating, and Rev. M.E. Drank and 1 PRIZEFIGMTER \ 1Iote
Rev "'I.E. Fussell assisting. Burialwas
in Santa Fe Cemetery, with :
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home in
charge of arrangements. A Knockout ComedylA 1

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p Mrs. GfMnieT. Rhmlrn, 7H ;
!Mrs Geanie T. Rhoden age 78, of 7 15, 9.00 '.
Jacksonville, died in Pahokee on Dec .v t ta.
22 while visiting her daughter. She Sat. 4 Sun. 5:15: 7:00: 8:45:

was a housewife and a member of the ",
1 Jacksonville.Hollybrook Baptist Church of 301 DRIVE-IN

Survivors include: a daughter. Mrs. Fri.-Sat. "
Lois Caret! of Pahokee. two sons ,
Alvin of Pahokee and Eugene of Aisle .
Calif; a brother, Harry C. Taylor A; '. '., ;it'' ''N'' I II Shop Our Center .,
Middleburg; two sisters, Mrs May .I ,
Ebersold and !Mrs Myrtle -
Lauramore both of Jacksonville; 9 PlusPlus. .
grandchildren and 1 great.
grandchild. .

Funeral services were held Thursday 'U''And

Rev.Jones. Dec.John Funeral 27 Ross at officiating 11 a.m.Home in Chapel'with the Interment DeWittC THE F U Y Save $ $ S'S $- .

(followed in Conner Cemetery with
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in :'

charge. ., .' ), ;.

SU .- Mon. i :
Mrs. Alice
Jones Clark '
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Mrs. Alice Jones Clark, 63, of Quincy ". :
died Wednesday at her home aftera RICIIRRIp ; :;
brief Illness. (! <# -:
She was a native of Amsterdam T G & Y : !
Ga., and had moved from Chat- ,
tahoochee to Lake Talquin several ". \'
She member of ,.. .
years ago. was a the
First Presbyterian Church in Chat- 1 f! 1l 7 i I ;!.5'!,a.fainilycenters l

tahoochee. Ad Dates Good .
Survivors Include her ; :.
husband Dr. ,: : .:;
IT Clark of
Quincy, two sons Irving,
Jr. and John, both of Starke her
".' j jG.fil
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Jones of Jan 3 Thru
Chattahoorhce; two brothers t1J1'LIVE r.I1-r.. ,,nJane 11- I
Wallace H. Jones of Jacksonville and ru Jt1Il1ID( ( : .
Robert G. Jones of San Antonio, CI L :.'\ '..J' :e'1! :

Texas; three sisters, Abbie Gissen- 6 1980 '

daner nandez of of Miami Jacksonville and Annette, Margie Thigpen Fer- IN CONCEIZT: ; 0GJ. [ I? a: UJu (l1 ., :

of Chattahoochee; and four grand- Plus Starke 'Fla.

children.Graveside services were held Dec. Three The Hard Way :

27 at 2 p.m.

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paid or more. opts. or mon
:::0:' lion 100>1.. KEYSTONE REN- 473-2111. tlnchg 10/1)) tag. Lost In Melrose area or 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 10/18 CALAIS Make offer MOBILE HOME SALES, thly. NEW FURNISHED cut .and wrapped. 80* a tb.

:ECj TAIS. Hwy. 21 North DEADLINE for classified 12/10. Answers to name 1/3 tfnchg. WANTED: Adult for light Phone 783-3949. llchg 1/3 9645606. Open 7 days STUDIOS monthly only. dressed weight. Phone
473-3993. In the MonitorIs .and "7S 7823635. 1/3 Stpd I/2S.
: TFchg advertising Banshee. Call anytime housekeeping childcare DODGE TRAOISMAN weekly. TFchg 2313 N. Temple. Starke.
jj DEiR SPItlNGSl 2 BR. 2 bath Tuesday ot noon. 4751190. 12/13 tlnchg WORK WANTED Home living facilities pro. 100 Custom Van: 6 WANTIDt Mobile home axles TFchg MRIWOODi S33 far half

!fireplace, stucco. Full acre Change In classifieds, FOR SAW 1969 Pontiac repairs roof repairs, barns" vided. Call 473-2241 cylinder 3 speed and tires. Will pick up. KITCHENITTISl One BR ord. Phone 964-B210 after

ii/ of land. Occupancy. Feb. should also be made priorto leMans. station wagon. built pointing room .additions l/3tfnchg automatic Craig OLIN'S MOBILE HOME apartments pool. TV, AC 5 p.m. 12/27 3tpd 1/10

r / 1 IS. Low down payment. the Tuesday noon. new transmission tires screen porches, etc. FOR SALE Coleman, mobile AM/FM/cossetl. stereo SALES. 9645606. Open 7 utilities Included. Totally. FSSOl Approximately S'/fe

=, Phone<>b Harris.964-9533 deadline. exhaust and brakes. S600 no job too ''small Mike's home kerosene heater with speakers, carpeted days .a week. TFchg furnished. Weekly monthly acres In city limits of

: ;:e 473-3133.. 1/3 31chg 1/17 FOR iAIEl. Quality Starcrafl or best offer. 473.4165. 1/3 small repairs thermostat, two blowers Interior, sun roof, rear CASH FOR COINSl. Gold ra.... TEMPLE MOTEL. Starke. Pecan grove. red

:LJt KIVSTOM ClUB ISTATIS. 3 pop-up camper.. Sleeps 8. 2lobi. tfn chg. 473-3997-day or 473-2803- 'two drums, two stands calling vent .air shacks silvstr stealing dental 880 N. Temple Ave., cedar trees pine planta

::4g2. BR. 2 both great room. ... stove. sink afler 5 p.m. tfnchg 8/23 Good condition. SIOO or fog lights.$2.300, Phone gold. GF scrap jewelry optical Starke. Phone 9647357. lion within walking

:: : Under construction. Lowdown refrigerator heater, HELP WANTED$370/ Thousand best offer.. 4732842. llpd 964-6969 TFchg frames, etc. J.R. Bull. 9/20 TFchg. distance of hospital.
: payment for carpeted. $2,400. Keystone envelopes you mail UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY 1/3 CHEVROLET station Ington 964-6250 TFchg. MIMOSA MANOR MOSILI schools and shopping.
if qualified buyer. Phone Bob Heights 4732910. tfnchg Postage Paid. Free. Sendto Singer Future sewing wagon two door model. WANTED TO RENT by March HOME PARK mobile homes Frontage on two streets.

:r-' 964-55L. 473-3133 or MASONRY WORKS Block PADB. Rt. 2 Box 200. machine. One of Singers FOR RENT 2 BR I Bath, fully $300 or best offer, Phone 112 or 3 bedroom apt. or and spaces for rent. Phone Phone 473-3094 lor appointment.

-i{ 1/3 Stchg 1/17 brick stone. Specializing I Keystone Heights Fl. finest. Makes buttonholes. carpeted and furnished. 91'473-2729>4.7301 after. 3:30 p.m. or house with refrigeratorand 468-3012. TFchg 12'27> 3tpd 1/3

: :l 1400 SQ. IT. RETAIL or office In fireplaces, new or 32656 I 1/3 tin chg sews on buttons Electric heat and air Lake 1/10 anytime. 1/32'pcf 110".. By retired couple. TWO ROOM IFFICIENCVl I SOFA AND SWIVEL CHAIRi
rebuilt. No too stretch stitches Geneva. Available Jan. 1. Close; In. Steady room efficiency and also Blue fabric excellent con
: >pac.. Excellent location. Job large or monograms 1977 DATSUN PICKUPS AC. ..
::;y High traffic area. Will too small. Call 473-2841. LAKE LOTS FOR SALES and fancy patterns" Call 4732455. 12/13 tfn radio. 36.600 miles $3,200 renters.Itpd 1/3 Phone 964-7180. sleeping monthly. room Come Weekly to Under or dition. SITS for both.

: t': divide. Midway Shopping tfnchg 1025CARPENTER I Keystone Heights. without attachments. chg cash or down payment and wood Motel 3'/i miles Phone 964-6483. Itchg 1'3

:'.:: Center For info call Weeks WORK Beautifully wooded lots on Slightly used tike, new. assume payments of SI 16. North of Starke on US 301. BUNK SEDSl Wagon wheel.

:.:,, Bolt and Tactile' or 47S-I933: Remodeling work kitchen, clear, sand bottom lake. still in warranty. Sold new Phone 964-S8I3. Itpd 1/3 HELP ONI BEDROOM furnished design two new S' foam

: alter 7 p.m. IJ/28 Hn chg. cabinets and trim Good terms or discount, $629--pay cash balance of ClassifiedAds l,7. FORD PICKUP XlTl apartment; utilities included mattresses $175 or best

carpenter. Reasonable cash. 1 to 5 acres with nice $138.TO or assume Ranger.\. ton. good con WANTEDFACTORY w/w carpeting Phone offer. Phone 7823576.
i FOR lAtl Lot and trailer 12 prices. Coll Ed Dempsey at trees, overlooking lake payments of 1381. Visa dition. $700 and assume 964-6112 or 9645261. Itchg I 1'3SEVERAL

:J: by 60 furnished like n.w. 4732477. tfnchg 11/1 I from $3.500. $SOO and) Mastercharge ac. payments of SI 29 monthly. PAYROLL CLERK 13/27 2tchg 1/3 ITEMSi Two toaster

;'/S on Lake Bundy. Crandln down$5O month.' Commercial cepted. To see. call Credit Phone I-752-S222. lake. Ci. n..d.d. EMprinc on FURNISHED apartments for ovens, slow cooker, 110I,.
:,,0. FL.. eight miles eoit 0i IMMEDIATE OPENING for tv. 1/3 3tchg 1/10 calculator '.
] lots on SR2I North Manager collect free 10-kity a mu. rent: $9S per month: first Coffee Coffeemoker
f; Keystone Heights immediate experienced cashier, full available. Owner- home trial' and free home Results Apply In pcrton. Keystone and last month. No Phone 964.7739. llchq 1 3
.. .
time. See Liz in at
.t occupancy. person Salesman, 473.4375. 2/22 delivery. 904-376-4467 ,fill PERSONALSERVICES Uniform Manufacturing chidren or pets AKC CHOW CHOW PUPPIES
:. 12000. 4733432. Dampler's Keystone Phar tfnchg. chg 1/3/80 Company. Airport Rd.. 964-7521. JZtchg 10. Phone 96,4.5636. 1 Itpd I -3
: 12/13. macy. 2lchg 1/3-10 e stone Hts between 9
: 4732563. tfnchg. OAK FIREWOOD and
.. ;;;:;:': and 3 p.m.: 1/3 2tchg: Dried and pine
:;. kindling. split
:': ILL'S SAW SHOP Completesharpening OPPORTUNITIESRARI Cheap. Phone 5332667.
..... Union County Times service, circular TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offer Itchg 1 3

:; hand, carbide, plenty cf money plus OPPORTUNITY Own \) ACRE FARMS with house
cash bonus**. fringe
chain mower blade hollow your own business. trailer on land. Ten
FOR SALE HELP ground .and balanced. benefit, to mature Individual Distributorship for Kodak .r.... Phone 964-8077 pecan
tai Man invention in Stork area. film Duracel batteries.
greatest Leave at Jackson Building Regardless! of experiencewrit GE 10 4 TFchg.CONSOLE .
WANTEDOWN Sylv snia. and other
.198 FORO:6 cylinder, 112 Supply. Starke or Keystone A. P. Pat. Fir.a"Texas photo STEREO AM FM
ton pickup truck. SS50. Hts. TFchg"LCOHOLICS products needed in your
1 the WHEEL. 496-2320. 12/20 TFN. YOUR OWN aUSINESS.DI'rlbu'o..hlp ANONYMOUS Refinery Corp., BON area No selling Service top radio. turntable solid
was 711. Fort Worth Texas wood Mediterranean, console '
: FOR LAND'S SAKEil and for Kodak : retailers under exclusive
cabinet. small. record
:'5r. 6'lOths acres with 195 feet Him. Duracell Battvrirt. GE, Phone 964-5148 or 96I-6582. 76101. Itchg 1/3 contract established by us.
frontage on Sanderson Sylvania and other photo TFchg HOMEMAKER Temporary High Immediate Income. storage. Magnavo Needs
f fi .': Road In Lake Butler city product needed In your REMODELING BUILDING lull.tlm* position salary Minimum Investment;. some work perfect for do-

: limits lenvll H. Dicks, .area No sailing. S.rvlc.lop REPAIRS New kitchens, 13.10th,. must have the $96OO. High profit structure It-yourtellers $50 or belt

.j') ...... .;....'; Realtor P.O. Box I lake-Ci retailers under exclusive) baths, family rooms Brick ability 'to road and writ*.' Call Opr 2. oiler Phone 787 3330

: : ty Fla Phone contract established by u.. block concrete. Fireplace Be able to communicate 1-BOO-633-4S4S or write TFpd.
it1 9047528585. 12/20 4tchg High' Immediate income. specialists. Griflls Construction with a wide variety of Individuals NUAGE. 2121 MontevalloRd. BEAUTIFUL CONSOLE

.: 1/10 Minimum invoatmetr Phone 4732108or : and families of .. S.W.. Birmingham. Ala. CABINET 6 ft. long solid,
$9.600 High profit, structwr 39311. Include three wood AM FM
MOVING SALE Color TV. 4732578. TFchg varying ages, life styles perfect
: $73.: black/white TV. $50, *. Call opr 2. BIRCH'S 'IPM PEST CONTROL and cultural/ethnic. back references. Itchq I 3 Zenith. Good speakers

....... tape player $30: watch 1 800-33-454S or writ SERVICES OF FLA 320 N. grounds. Mutt have a Turntable does rot work

i j and other miscellaneousItems. NUAGE. 2121 MontevalloRd. Temple Ave. Phone reliable mans of has record storage, reel

Miss Larry Apt 126, .. S.W. Birmingham. 064-5534. Household pests transportation.' Mutt b. LOSTFOUNDFOUND to-reel tope recorder
Housing Project IB. 1/3 Alabama 35211. Include and termites. 11/8 TFchg needs S50 or make
resident of Bradford repair
: a Adult Irish Seller
three reference I 3
Itpd. SEWING MACHINES offer Beautiful cabinet. to
Apply at
County. Sunday
1 ITCHG morning
REPAIRED All mokescleaned
f.iI' Homemaker Office RJE Injured Iron left pow. make into bar or trophy
oiled and ad-
1 Singer Future sewing Complex or call Identify to claim. Phone case. Phone 782 3660.
: machine.' One of Singer, iusted. $10.I Workguaranteed. 964-6527 alter TFpd.
9647684. Closing dot 5:30: p.m.
finest. Makes buttonholes CASE MANAGERs Permonent
1/9/79. "Equal Opportunity Keep trying Itpd I 3 NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE
Strickland corner Morgan
buttons. full'time In
sews on position Employee"Starke Citrus on triffolata root for
Rd. and Hwy 16. TFcr e-
moriagrams-sfiretch' Union County. Salary ,..ill..n'. Peach
chat and lancy patterns $4.30/rir. Will arrangefor OFFICE MACHINE REPAIR Nursing Homes RN FOR SALE cold. nee
Phone 9646502. Starke ..
: without attachments. and coordinate, director of nursing petition
J!" appropriate pickup and d.llv.r".12/13 tarlne guava. gropes. figblueberries
8.4 shift Mon Frl;
Slightly used, like new community FENCING All kinds. anna appleB
:J 4tpd 13.BRADFORD. / : hog
still in warranty. Sold new baaed cervices for functionally salary negotiable '. do..t' '
': = SEPTIC TANK wire, welded wire barbwire 1O apple 4' 5araleos
: $629..pay cash balance of impaired older SERVICE Bradford widen- 9646220. Itchg 13. wood. chain link: camellias, hedge

; : ; $139. 10 or assume person with multiple tial. pump-outs. $45. Commercial free estimates. MANNING plants junipers palms,

,.'. : payments of $13.8 Visa need Formal education and Industrial. Fully FENCE CO., 473-4822 shade trees many more
tH and Mostsrcharge .accepted equivalent, of 1 aBach.lo I licensed. Phone ClassifiedAds Keystone TFchg Roses on Flo root stock

: To .a.. call Credit, ,'* Degree In 964 8171. TFchg MAYl Sahio or Alisia. Lorry O C Cornet Nursery 23

Manager collect free Social Work, Sociology REPAIRS. REMODELING/AD Ic-Folletle. Starke miles, SE of Storke otFlorohome.

A close second the home trial and free home or Psychology or related DITIONS No |lob too largeor 9646273 TFchg.SKI Hwy 100

was delivery. 904-376-4467. field., Other Job related too small. Fireplaces BOAT 16 ft. fiberglass. Phone 6J9-2I6S 12 20
Ifnchg 1/3/80 education and or experlence kitchens etc. WADE BEHR .
73 boat 74 Mercury 65 HP 6lchg I 24.FIREWOOD
CLASSIFIED AD may bt CONSTRUCTION lawtey. Bring Results engine gator-tilt trailer FOR SALEl S33
fj 7823973. 11,29 TFchgHORSESHOEING
substituted for all
PERSONALSERVICES or part SI.500. Coll 964.S764 daysor pickup truck load. Phone
: Trimmingor
of these basic requirements. 431-1640 after 8 00 p.m. 964 69S7. 368 N Cherry St.
work. 12
: ; Bondable
Classified Advertising LnrrvLoFollette. TFpd Itpd 1 3SEWING
..:. Must' be a resident. of wears' experience.: Storks, CHAIN LINK FENCE MACHINE

.,if: The Marketplace of:Million* CUSTOM MAD RISPITEWOiKERHOMEMAKER Union County. 9646273. 12 13 TFchg HOMES material. Do it yourself NufHome brand year old

DRAPfRIIStFreeestimates. REGISTERED NURSE and save. Installation Excellent condition Com.

Local Newborn specialist will FOR SALE available. Free estimates plot with carry, cote and
::11 distributors, for completely ((50 ol time for each care for infants In my HandyMan Fence Co loot pedal. $100. Phone

Call Today washable nationally service). Permanent full- home. North of lawtey oil 96 .U59. TFch9WATSON'S 964 7166 after 6 p.m. TFpd

adverlited' CardsetleDraperies. time position salary U.S. 301. Phone 782-1449. HOUSE OP THREE TOY POODLES: Si SO
SAW Enter 3.50/hr.. Must be a I 3 2lchg I 10 LOCK HOMIS from $22.923to VACUUMS Many brands each AKC registered.

prises. Ed or lomoStephens. mature person! with IXPIRIIMCIDCARPf I S47.W4. CH A. w w. ol new vacuums. Used ALSO. 2 male Gorman
ti" Bradford 4962219. 3/1 .kill.'onet In NTIRMASONwonts Carpet electric range Insulated
County Telegraph experience machines available., Ports' Shepherd pups 4 mas old.
REA SOMA BLEsmall: trees home maintenance, and small construction windows many and .accessories for all 1123 eachr Hove had all
other ...ro.. Built on your
and limbs cut or trimmed personal care. BeIn |obs. Fireplaces remodeling vacuum systems. 404 NW shots' Phone I 752-5272.
s 964-6305 Reasonoble ra''... Call Tony good mental and additions. Phone own lot. Rural financing 10th Ave., Gainesvtlle. lane City. I 3 3tchg I 24
: Have 783.3906 alter' 6 I 3 available. See our models
431.1114 alter 6 physical' a p.m.
p.m. I 1.3 phone 3767110. TFchg DROP-IN HANOI: Corn-
:: reliable means of 4tpd 1 24 al I287S Normandy Blvd..
AHIA HAYs Argentina. ingwore gloss top. 4bur..r.
Jacksonville. Phone
If FOR RENT transportation. Must be highly' emitted Phone .. 2 years old SIOOlirrn.
Lake Region Monitor. resident of Union USED 387-4981. Hallmark! Leisure 964-6O7I. TFchg.IRICABRAC Phone 964.7064 or
Homes. 12 6 4tchg I 31.
12.6S TRAILER Phone SHOP Just 792-3988. Itchg I 3
opening. Hwy 21 North of a big
496-2438 after J 30
473-2210 : pm. mare? Buy direct from laclory -
Itchg l 1.3 full-time position largo selection, of 24. Keystone Hts. Ceramics dog. never used. ALSO
salary S3.50 hr. Must bea seasoned lirewood, S40 for
plaques dolls.
rentcarpeted. 14. !2wides. COMMUNITY
i! mature person with' other Items. 1. ton pickup load
newly painted lurnishsd. FURNITURE MOBILE HOMES SALES. US Jewelry youhaul
skills, and experience In Phone 4737042. 7' 26 delivered Phone
fenced in yard. Call.
:1 dusk.
: Union 301 North. Open 9 to
County Times 496-3956. 1.3 2tpd I 10. horn maintenance and Buy& SellDahmer's 1 to 6 Sunday. Phone I Let SW Corner Church 41- 964 6896. 1 3 3tpd I 17
: pertonal care. Be In South Sts.. S50O down
i 91'> 41. TFchg
good mental and and SIOO month.'
10 m SO MOBILE HOME All per Well
496-2261a INSURANCEMAINE physical health.. Have oftransportation. a Inc. new Insulation and panelIng. I. With slob roughed In
reliable means
New and plum plumbing. sewerage. Drilling
1 Must bea
| INSURANCE AGEN. of Union I 10 e. Call St. bing two AC. Reasonable. 904 2897414. Itpd 1 .3. -
resident 2"TnYutV"Fast
CY 160 S Lake Ave. lake 964-7923 Phone 964-3976. II I LIMIKOCKi 20 'yd semi

; Butler 496.3978. Complete County TFchg. loads only. ALLEN f. Rotary
SECRITARVr Permanent
Insurance Service TFN I97O MOBILE HOME I2.60 TAYLOR lawtey. Phone Drilling. Equipment
i'I IVERYONE IS INSURABlli part-time position
r Iia HOMsI bea MOBILE HOME Holiday two bsdroom. 2 783-3172. TFchg
Immediate by salary $3.10 hr. Must !LTA.7 LICENSEDPumps
'I phone. JOE coverage USHERAGENCY49621 high school graduateincluding INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS both S3.SCO. Phone ROUND SALES Of MAYS SIS .
I 26 or4962903.TFN or have had 7823688. 12 :20 4tchg 1 10 each. Phone ArthurGVasklnt

: 964-6642 court work In typing FOREST HIIOHTSl, 4 miles 782-3140 or ... .
0 AM*' shorthand and general POLICIESAT North toward prison. 3 BR. '7823497. TFchg

Don't Miss Your commercial subjects, 2 bath.: Only SI .000 dowrlrOccupancy UNELAIMED LAYAWAY New & UlectSales.Parts.SeNlce:

I 100 AMP* Favorite Programs HELPWANTED Sam clerical. 01secretarial REASONA8LERATESOlinVMobiitT- 60 days from, Singer Future sewing
experience approval da' !. Special machine. one of Singers

FAST SERVICE M EL, desired, Must be q resident > financing available. Aflor- finest. Makes buttonholes E-Z TermsPlumbing

-- I of Union County.Apply Home Sales dable Homes, 531 W. Call. sews on buttons :
AdvancedElectronics PANELING : TEXAS REFINERY CORP.! offers .at' Homemaker office Starke. Phone 964-S933. 'monograms stretch .fit;
1 cr call t>.3662 ches and fancy patterns
II CENTER ,Cash bonuses fringe Closing' Date January 9.: Phone, 984-5606 1440 MOilll HOMES One without attachments.. New Installation

TIM benelits, '0, mature in. year old. Phone 964-8164 used. like new.
( Equal OpportunityEmployans" EVa/n/ A Olin Agent Slightly
:; 4t5E C.II81. Starts Paneling Molding I dividual lake Butler areo.Regardless alters p.m. /Itpd I 3 still In,warranty. Sold new Remodeling Repairs
: Kitchen Cabinets ol experiencewrite ash. balance of
A.P, fiat.. P.... Texas pay
: WAUIS Counter Tops. Rellnery Corp.. saw 711. SIJt.lO or assume rhj"&;Ice

.1 BUlLDOZING WE PAY CASH I VanitiesFREE I Fort.. Worth Texas 76101. I 3 REGISTER II IAMDCIEAS.INO & Fill DIRT .and payments. Mastercharge. of SI38I Visa accepted. PUMP

I GAS AND OIL To sea, call,Credit
*Bulldozer I Carl Fillyaw Large Or Small Jobs Manager. collect. free &
Small $4.00 I 'SOl S. r"Oplas St
Large or Ea. ESTIMATES j home trial, and Irea 'homedelivery. SUPPLY

Land Fill ALUMINUM CANS Plumbing fM-SUI Dozer Work 904-376-4467.
lb.11VAUG1111110111111301 3 MONI COMPANY
23' Hnctig
Service Co. LP Bottles .
Ponds I SIT of discs. S5OO.i .
I ; ALL OTHER METALS CO. I RL' 4 BOH go'\1\ & FoundationsTop !: i One set ol It, discs 864 N.

WILBUR WATERS SILVER COINS S TnomtNSon Si. Take CltV 'Is. ;32065 Motor Homes FlllxtWinlMstM I S4OOT. Both made by

: ..,.., BRADFORD ))1"0 PI10".7115.0S63It ww"219 Soil long. ALSO 8N Tractoreatery Temple Ave.

6"Witif_st ON". Coca Cats Plant mower two section

r 5 .e..UUU". BATTERIES. INC. co4-5m ] No Answer for Tim rtotttrlM Telfes.Ai bottom plow, Starke Fla. _

t : .e44' Maine 838 N. Temple Can Alter a.P M. JIMMY. MARTIN,9645230 S 1,850. Phone 7823085.. 7&34-7061
H. after S p.m. Itchfl t 3.

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our appreciation *

the offer is reasonable prices_however,you 964-7830 '

portraits are available at _the 8x10 Color I portrait is our gift to. you. Ask For Portrait Secretary
obligated to purchase This Offer For Our Customers And

staff will look forward to meeting your fami,Iy. All Area Residents Tell Your
Friends And Neighbors
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