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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 10, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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One-thousand feet over the Camp Blending military for preparations, Including'! Dan Stansbury who Is pie. I BRADFORD C I \
reserve looking downthat's the birds-eye view some BOO hired as he mans a ground radio during the Jump- i 0j
army regulars from the 325th Airborne Infantry of Fort "It'll take 'em 20-30 seconds alrtime," :SUnsbury ,. 1'f.: Ii
Bragg, North Carolina, got Monday afternoon.The estimated when asked hour long the troops would be in \

825th Division/along with the 82nd Airborne DIvi- flight. He's made such jumps himself and when asked .
sion, staged a mock airborne assault on Blandlng Mon what It's like" looking down said "a lot of guys just don'tlook ..'..
day with eight C-31'a dropping equipment and men down.
behfaport jet fighter It was said that roughly 180 troops were In the air at onetime I
cover supplied by two A-6 '
aircraft in a training excercise that started precisely Monday. S Ttrgrap
The were dropped into an area just east Of
at isoo-i $ p.m. Monday afternoon The Ft Bragg continent paratroopers '
and north of SR-181a which the DuPont Company '
will stay on at Standing for two weeks for ground 'SR-225 just h
training manuevers. First off, they were to secure the has recently mined. The parachutists landed insojt ,
area the jump was made, :working in towards the post. sand, called "tailings"- DuPont personnel.' meaning
what is'left when the mining is finished. The troops had to
"It's real good training for the troops because we're cross SR-16 on the east side of Kingsley Lake in making.
working in unfamiliar terrain" said a spokesman from their way back to the base camp at Standing. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Ft. Bragg.Monday's. Buddy Ceilings, the Telegraph photographer on the spot
excerclse has been In the works since July for the jump, was told he would be detained if troops saw "
and was covered by TV channel from Jacksonville and him In the jump area some quarter mile from SR-223. Col- ;. ., Section A 101lit Year 's'r AUKI':, FLORIDA CentsCopy
local newspapers, though the area was closed inside the lings,therefore, did not attempt to get right under the landing :' ZSUl issue Thursday January in, ItWll" LISPS(O 2-700
demilitarized zone. site but troops walking to SR-225 the same time as "
Some men from Ft. Bragg were sent early to Blending Ceilings simply Ignored the camera-carrying reporter.. i.::

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.4 .,-.t P 1.,, fr ea 'r';'' have been approved by the U.S. upgrade the city's sewerage disposal
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ry : was announced million Including a new spray irrigation
Wednesday afternoon by system for disposing of the effluent
'tai -'" w 'f : :. :: Washington, D.C. office of Rep. Don now going into Alligator Creek.
'11'" Fuqua. The city has already Been funded
some $300,000 of that
that will
grant
All three
will for
grants go housing see the electric distribution
system
rehabilitation public works and
and the sewer extended
system to
street paving in the Reno area, the
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dy.1. i black settlement In the northeast,- section
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This year's allocation, the first of
t + r the three years will be $350,000 to No Dog Law
t renovate the RJE gymnasium, "
Y1F' renovate and rebuild 25 houses, and to
resurface portions 0: Pine, Oak, and .,
North Streets.

Drainage improvement will be done For
in all three years.In County,
1981 the city will receive$340,000.

Twenty-seven houses will be
rehabilitated and 1981 includes
recreation rehabilitation.In Board Says .
1982 the city will receive$330,000
and Include the renovation of 4S
houses. Bradford Countians will not see a
-- -- The city has received grants of dog ordinance after county commissioners
It's 1,000; Feet Down... 4\ $300,000 in fiscall9'78 and $310,000 for agreed Monday such a
I...... fiscal 1979 for Improvements in the measure would create a financial
0*?: C-31's drop troops over the eastern part or Cairop Blending where DuPont has Reno area. Under those Brants' .burden on taxpayers. .
just mined. The' troops are being dropped.... i 100 feet up. 'It took Is-Zlt sewers have been extended to the entire Sheriff Dolph Reddish distributed
.... seconds for...."paraUAoiwr= *4. dropJ"tei4i cpft t,.tjtf -'4, f K.-,: x"T-.T|:,.. Renl)8rU.l'08dlrtQve.been P'U-" copies of the state! statutes pertaining ,
ed, and some work has begun on housing -' to animal control.and !indicated the'state r1. 1 "

Text and Phot+* by Buddy Ceilings rehabilitation.Bids laws thoroughly' covered the '
will be opened Tuesday, Jan. matter of dogs .
BCT,Staff Writer IS, at &:30 p.m. at city hall for street "The law says;In effect the owners
paving and draining work to be done 'are liable for any damage. And that
In Reno under the 1978 grant. this Is a civil matter, not criminal"

Each previous grant was only a Reddish said.Reddish .
one-year committment by HUD explains explained the sheriff's office -
: One-Cent.qas Tax To Be
Grant Coordinator Linda Dey. can't do anythlng-they can't: put
They felt we weren't experienced the dogs in jail, nor can the owners be
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; enough for a longer committment," put in jail. Reddish stressed that peo
Mrs. Dey said Wednesday afternoon. livestock have had their property or
Placed on March Ballot Mrs. Dey and Jim Lucas engineer damaged by dogs should
with Bessent, Hammock, and take the matter up In court, not with.
Ruckman the firm law enforcement officials.
engineering retained
; County commissioners unanimously resurfacing l approximately 40 miles by the city council, preparedthe Commissioner E.W. Hodges wenton
agreed Monday to place a special of road for$562,000. application for the three-year record saying he would never vote j .
for
one-cent gas tax referendum on the County Attorney Dudley Hardy said file It means the city won't have to a dog control ordinance, comparing -
m A March 11 primary election ballot to be there is still a question as to whether another pre-application until 1983, such an ordinance to a cancer t
mfri; used for road repairs. the tax monies can be used for road Mrs. Dey explains. "It will just get bigger and bigger
maintenance. A 1972 state statute Indicated Over a five year period, 1978-1982, and it's totally unnecessary. And our
,The special gas tax would generate the special tax could be used the city will receive a total of $1.61 taxpayers can't afford a 30.000 or
about $150,000 to be used for road only to construct a transportation million from HUD. $40,000 additional bill," he said.
maintenance, the amount based on system. Hardy said he Is waiting to The city is also working with Bes Attorney Hardy pointed out the
1979 totals of 14.9 million gallons of see what happens in Clay County, sent, Hammock, and Ruckman on a county already has a dog ordinance.-
: gasoline sold in the county. which is trying to do the same thing as an ordinance was passed in 1977 pertaining
Currently the county Is paving and Bradford. to owner responsibility of dogs
AT1 : Second Mailing Due suspected of having rabies. 1\S

The dog controversy was stirred upa
few weeks ago when two Yorkshire
Theressa Convenience Store On Applications hogs near Lawtey were mutilated by :
three dogs. The hogs were being raised .
for into the fair.
entry county
For ExemptionsSecond
To Install Gas PumpsCounty

: notices of homestead exemption
commissioners voted 4-1 presented the zoning board a petition applications will be mailed 3% mOWn CHrier *

Monday to overturn the zoning with 60 names and photographs of early next week to everyone who
board's Dec. 20 denial to reclassify beer trucks blocking the right of way hasn't returned a signed statement so
,. William H. Hall Sr.'s business on the at the Hall Store and Impeding sight far, says Property Appraiser Jimmy
northwest corner of the intersection around the corner from SR-18 to Alvarez.
of SR-18 and SR-100 from retail SR-100 toward Starke. Homestead exemption applicationswere
Come In Come in. business to highway business and to. After the zoning meeting a fight first mailed Dec. 31, but some
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Issue a special use permit allowing erupted between Hall and his son, must have gotten lost in the mail,
Radioman Dan Stan.bury had contact with the base camp at Standing and the installation of gasoline pum .. Ronnie, and Edwards. Witnesses Alvarez says. The computer: company
'Jt! various check points In monitoring troop drop.. reported that immediately after the is printing a new list which ,..
Hall, who owns and operates Bob 4r2 vote denying the Hall's request, should be ready in time for mailing J I
by's Produce located on the northwest the Halls began punching Edwards early next week, Alvarez says
corner of the intersection, requestedthe just btitside the courthouse. March 1 Is the deadline to file for
Frow Strickland Pleadsf' reclassification and a special use Wiley Clark, tate attorney investigator the $3,000 assessment exemption on
> permit to install self-service gasoline said several witnesses homes in which the owner lives. ,-
pumps on his one-acre parcel. The have been subpeonaed and charges "I don't have any explanation for ,,
Tax Evasion zoning board denied both requests, should be filed by the end of the what happened' ," Alvarez says of the
Guilty to citing safety as the' primary.reason week. first mailing. At first it was thoughtthe SATURDAY.AN 12
for the denial. lost application may have /gotten Fix Mirk.

Frow W. Strickland owner- court said. ;,In other business: incorrectly routed, but they have radfonl Iqtmr.ViOOA.M. .
operator of Strickland's Landing on Strickland-had also been charged Hall had originally wanted to place .Commissioners unanimously ap- never shown up and it appears now .
Kingsley Lake, pled guilty in U.S. with evading taxes of approximately the gasoline pumps on SR-100. Later, pointed Dave. Shuford as the new they are lost, the appraiser says. I,........'" .
District Court. Jacksonville, on $3,800 in 1973 and approximately! he changed the location to the SR-18 chairman, replacing Maxie Carter Jr, Homeowners who do not receive an 5$.MwVl lplKp l
January 2 to charges of tax evasion on $21,100 in 1974. Even though those side, which commissioners said Shuford is a 16-year veteran of the exemption application next week and Vwinfl...,.. .
his 1973 income earned from the charges were dismissed he will still allowed sufficient room for the pumps communion and has served as chairman have not signed an application for w
resort and a convenience store at the. be liable for payment of all back taxes without creating a traffic hazard.- far several terms. Commissioner 1980 should contact the property ap- TUlIDAY.JAH.ilCltyCmiiKltMMtlnf
junction of SR-16 and 16-A. owed plus penalties and interest.In Hazel Paulk was named vicechairman. 'praisers' office in the Bradford
Strickland, who resides at Klngsley many tax evasion cases the IRS Speaking against the request 'was ./All other,reappolntmenta.ere County Courthouse, phone tI6+628O. .te....City Mall -
Lake, where he also operates camp will also impose a "civil fraud penal-. Curtis Edwards, owner of Edwards unanimously 'An application must be signed prior to 7tCop.....
grounds for hunters, as well as summer ty"./hich can be as high as SO percentof Grocery, a convenience store with 1 "County,: Attorney Dudley Hardy Informed 'March I to receive the $5,000 exemp-
vacationers, admitted that. he all taxes evaded a spokesman for gas pumps right across the street the commission that the Housing tlon, on homestead. assessments. lHUItSD".JAN.17CIty '
had reported taxable income of$8 231 the IRS office in Jacksonville said. from the Hails,buliDeaa", Edwards Finance- Administration bonds. ........ i iz.nne
and paid taxes of $1,044 In 1973 "when' .'''' Issue had been validated Dec, ':20 by ..... I .'
actually he had Income of approx- Circuit Judge, Os. Fagan and the Index..., 7i3OP.M., f '
imately (78,400 and owed taxes of. ap- Mild Weekend Predicted, Rain;Possible' > money! IJIINld ,be 'avsil4ble ,by lateFebruary .
proximately $%2.600. ; or early March TWOSECTIONS

U.S. District Judge Wrn. J. Below freezing temperatures of 29 degrees were recorded bore Saturday .. Attorney Jess Wolbert resigned as, SECTION At Courtesy Of' 's
Castagna sentenced: Strickland to one and the board's legal representative -: Society.Pages SA.IA.9A
Sunday with low of zoning
in which mornings, a 31 Monday. ''Editorial.. .. .. .. ..
year prison, was suspended, Growers damage to the clung his appointment to the age*" JACISOI.uiUIIQS"PLY.
say strawberry minor and
crop was that fields
and ordered him to pay a $10.000 fine are still "pretty white" with bloom. Barring more Bradford-Union Board of Realtors as, L.ga..aReal Est.. .. .g.6A..
severe '
and all costs of prosecution. He was freezes later damaging the He said he did not want StaltleHwui..lu.e078
the present crop should start ripening In late February. reason. 9t''Y' .Of
also placed on three years' probation. Milder weather arrived with low the possibility of a conflict of interest SECTION
Tuesday of while
a 47, Wednesday's .
The 1973 taxes, plus Interest and Sports..;:. Figes B38,4BT10a
'lOW
penalties,'must be paid within 90 days WaS 51. Ii\1 V .., to arise. Classifieds .. ... '8ObituarUt. Koyatone Meighb.I .
mild James Ben- .Paae ,
Continued was forecast for (the weekend ,with" the 1 attar' the IRS computes tile exact rain boo possibility'of \ .'. .. ... .. ,. Page 13 -: 'Hwy. too And. a1-A
amount and bills it to Strickland, the ) (.See,COMMISSION, SA)) '. .' 473-4973 ,t ty

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I Alvarez to Argue Assessments 'Case Tuesday


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Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez the front foot rather an acreage,while despite DOR claims that assessment Members ol the PAA are working
has an appointment Tuesday Jan. 15, ton other like parcels the state still us- levels average 67.5 percent statewide. as individuals to push through an
at 1:30 p.m. with the executive director ed acreage, Angry property appraisers some of amendment to the state constitution
of the Department of Revenue, them threatening to defy orders callIng calling for a 50 percent full value as
Randy Miller, for a bearing on Brad- "The more we dig" the more inconsistencies for higher assessments in their the assessment level. A special committee -
ford tax assessments. we find, said Alvarei. ,respective counties, unleashed a barrage ; 'has reportedly been formed to
Bradford la one of 19'counties cited Alvarez is confident he has a good of criticism the following day, start a drive to obtain the 260,0(10names (
In early December by the Department case If the DOR people will listen with Thursday, Jan. 4. required to put the issue on the.
of Revenue (DOR) as falling open fnindBi Assistant Revenue Director Ronnie November election ballot.
below of DOR could! turn down Bradford's The amendment Included
unacceptably 100 percent Thomas acknowledged the letters proposed ;
"just value In property appraisals, tax roll, Alvarez said, unless the county's ordering the 47 counties to reassess Cutting assessments to 50 percentof
u called for In the Florida Constitu assessments are In line. market value
property were sent out even though
tion. The letter, from DOR Executive to Alvarez be considers Bradford County DOR has not conducted audits In Placing! a cap of 5 percent on levy.
Director Randy Miller, came after generally assessing at full those counties for several years. He Increases by taxing authorities
Bradford the otter 18 counties had market value because to be at 65.9 said the letters told the property ap- -Requiring taxing authorities (to
undergone In-depth studies by DOR percent some parcels have to be win approval by referendum If they
assessed,at more than that and some praisers to set up an appointmentwith
appraisers.Bradford. less than Miller If they disagree with the must have more than a 5 percent. Increase
85.9 percent for the
assessments were placedat average for In taxes.Connor .
assessment level DOR has figured
85.9 percent of just value by DOR, to come out 85.9 percent. each county.(
$ higher than the statewide average of If assessments were at a 100 percent
62 percent but still lower than the 100 average, some parcels would "One of the big problems we've en-
have to be valued above 100 percentand countered in the is that we don't Divorce Final
percent the state figures the county past
...And I thin k.....
some below to
should be assessing average 100 per- come to terms with these appraisersuntil
United Stale. Sen. Richard (Dick, ) Stone visited Bradford County Tuesday Alvarez said at the time he wantedto cent, Alvarez pointed out. late In the year," Thomas said. A final order In the Doyle Conner
morning; an part of bin tour of Florida' 67 counties.. UP IInN\\erect questions ranffinf discuss the situation with DOR,and Some( Bradford assessments are "We want to do( this as early in the divorce trial was handed down In
| from the Iranian. situation to the Florida large Canal over a quick, breakfast. requested a hearing. above 85 percent and some below, year as we can so the property appraiser Leon County Circuit Court last Fri.
..llht" Garden Restaurant. Stone later joined a ribbon-culling, ceremony at the ranging from 75 to 95 percent to will have the rest of the yearto day, paving the way for an appeal of
new Farmer' Home Administration office, in the old cnurllmuite., Since mid-December Alvarez and average 83 percent, Alvarez explained. work on his roll.( the property settlement to the state
his staff have been pin-pointing Gov. Bob Graham vowed to crackdown district court.

Above. Sen. Stone and Sheriff Dolph Reddish look Intent during discussion assessments made In the state's in- on assessment levels statewide
: a at Last
Wednesday, Jan. 3, property The order required Cannel'Florida's
the Garden Restaurant. depth study and have found the state after the Legislature rejected his proposed
examiners to be inconsistent. appraisers in the other 47 counties, constitutional amendment to longtime Commissioner of
the ones In which an in-depth study lower tile 100 percent assessmentlevel Agriculture, to pay $$17,233 in feesto

For Instance,one parcel of propertyon has not been done, started receiving requirement. Gov. Graham said four attorneys who representedMrs.
Sen. Stone Defense US-301 in Starke was valued at$250 letters from DOR telling them to In- he would force all counties to assessat Conner at various times during
Says per front foot, and the parcel directly crease assessment levels or face 100 percent unless the constitutional the two-year proceeding
across the street was valued at $400 possible rejection of next year's tax ( mandate is changed.
per front foot by the state examiners. rolls. County taxing authorities can- Members of the Property Ap- Mrs. Conner won a divorce last

Spending Must Increase Similar property in some( areas got not roll levy Is property. taxes until their tax praisers's Association are gearing up September after 26 years of marriage
different values in the state In-depth approved.The to fight the 100 percent assessment to the commissioner. She said the
study for no apparent the county ap- DOR letters met with Im- mandate. marriage had wrecked her health and
praisers can determine. Some rural mediate opposition from some property made -It impossible for her to hol4
Stopping off in Bradford County fora Another foreign policy Issue Stone property on dirt roads was valued by appraisers around the stateAssessment "They're saying the market valueIs down a responsible job.
brief visit Tuesday US. Sen. discussed was the continued presenceof what the property sells for," said
Richard Stone told a handful of Soviet combat troops in Cuba. I Hamilton County appraiser Kenneth Mrs. Conner had asked for $3.500
listeners that U,S. military defense Is "Under the Monroe Doctrine, we Titters "We don't go along with thatat monthly until she Is able to work to
not strong enough in light of the cur- are not permitted to accept a Soviet all." help support herself and three
rent crisis in Iran and Afghanistan. military base in this hemisphere" Tuten said the price normally children She was awarded lump sum
Stone, in his eighth day of visiting Stone pointed out. reflects such factors as real estate alimony of SlO.OOOand theBOnouCon
Florida's 67 counties answered We must supply others ( U,S. allies) commissions, the cost of title surveys ner home in Tallahassee and furnishings .
general questions ranging from the with better equipment so Soviets and and other Items that have nothing to valued at $20,000. Connerwas
Iranian situation to federal revenue Cubans will ha veto pay a higher price do with the value of the property. Nor given the farms in Starke and
sharing over a quick breakfast at the for their aggressions! Stone said. mally, 15 to 20 percent has to be taken Monticello and other valuable property .
Garden Restaurant. Stone later join- Responding to a question concern off to come up with a realistic value, in which Mrs. Conner claimed "
ed in the ribbon-cutting ceremony at ing the development of synthetic I Tuten said share.
the new Farmer's Home Administration fuels, Stone optimistically stated the
the old courthouse. "next 10 will be better = = = = = = = ; ; zzz z z z== C r
office in years energy -------
than the five i.r .._,..
When asked about the military years past years.
draft situation. Stone said he felt Stone said the OPEC blackmail taco ) SMALL WORLD
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because of increased patriotism in tics will remain effective until .... : DAY CARE ___, ;.===-::
our country, if the president asked for American people decide to produce : "
volunteers the response would be sufficient energy to become energy "
overwhelming."Our Independent. Now Accepting Children Ages 2 And UpM'

adversaries nice way of "I think we're close to It (energy
saying the Soviet Union.. gauge our self-sufficiency i I. The synthetic fuel Reasonable Rates
willpower and Intent by our military bill will assist businesses in their ef- -
readiness. And we will be building up forts to develop alternative sources of 4 Open M on. Fri.

U S. preparedness in all ways," Stone energy such as thermal, nuclear, 1 V I' 6:00 AM 964-5232
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said. solar and gasohol" Stone said. :

Saying he had been a previous criticof Stone added.. emphatically, "We're Dispute State Licensed And Approved
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President Carter's military spending going to do it
Stone said he now fully supports Stone spoke in favor of federally Properly Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez points to Inconsistent property ap 2 Snacks Hot Lunch
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Carter and is pushing for a five per- funded educational programs, par- praisals where similar parcels of land were valued differently for seemingly no u Arts & Crafts Music Letters & Numbers
cent increase in defense spending for ticularly basic skills programs. basis for the difference, on a series of maps of county parcels. The maps will be -
the next five years. "I don't think "We must teach Johnny to used Tuesday when Alvarez makes his case In Tallahassee before the Depart. BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL PICK-UP
Carter or the Congress will balk at read.. and the sad thing is they can't ment of Revenue. -
such a proposal" Stone added. read now." he said
Speaking further on U.S foreign Stone said he supports a basic skills
policy, Stone stressed that the U.S. program that would go all the way
must toughen up its stance. "Our interests through high schoolCommissioner
and people cannot be pushed Hazel Paulk asked
around by anyone" the senator if he thought Florida
Stone said the Iranians must pay would ever get the cross-state barge MA ONE Dream'Maker"11 "
the price for their infractions and canal. ,
whether the hostages are released Stone replied, You won't," but
safely or not, Iran will pay a penalty. conceded that new analysis effortsare \
Any measures the president takes to being undertaken by proponentsof
exact a price for the Iranian's ac- the canal and the data. may come "WHATEVER YESTERDAY WAS LIKE
tions, Stone said he would support out in favor of the canal!
completely "I'm keeping an open mind on this ; L Y.READY FOR TODAY.

"When public patience wears out, situation" Stone said, adding the new : :
we will have to consider other means feasibility study needs to be com-
(Ito free the hostages)," Stone said pleted before he takes a stance on the i\., ; .. "
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canal. .. < .

"We must support the capta in of the Lake Oklawaha needs to be /f. *'
boat in rough seas and I am In full preserved as well as the Rodman (g < 3S5pvfi '
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tough the president as he"guidesus Reservoir- both being valuable assetsto .:. .. _
these shoul waters. Stone the state. Stone said He also said e" rT ., .
said after praising Carter for( rejec- he thinks companies which have done fi WtJr -<.' I .. _
ting United Nations Secretary work on the canal should be reimbursed _. __ :. "': --'" .:
General Kurt Waldheim'a packagedeal fur the improvements they have 4t... .. a'r't."._ 3""kJ
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low .
with the Iranians. ,
made in Florida ".

"We should not hold an interna- Responding to a question concern- / .".....-..., .- ,.. [ ,
tional panel to investigate the Shah'scrimes ing OSHA, Stone said Congress Is 'U' '
until the hostages are safely and toward : ,
moving more more con- -,-- '
returned." Stone said. trolling the national. high-risk In- --::1'f.. .., ..... ,
dustries instead of pestering the

Inmate Indicted small businessman
"We're not going out and telling; the
farmer to keep the floor of his
For let Degree MurderA outhouse dry because it could be slip

pery anymore And if it is happening.
35-year-old Florida State Prison I would like to know Stone said.
inmate. Willie Middleton was Indicted rLu -rte

Monday by the Bradford Coun- AS SEEN ON THE
ty Grand Jury for first-degree v "TODAY SHOW" %! t ti.Atyp
murder for the Oct. 27 :stabbing death YOU AND THE "TONIGHT
of another inmate ; SHOW" AND IN ver
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Willie George Reese. 31, was stabb- AUTO r "WOMAN'S DAY"
ed twice with a homemade knife dur- MAGAZINE.
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ing a movie in the prison gymnasium. KNOW .,.t
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Arraignment for Middleton for 9
a.m. next Monday. Jan. .14. by Circuit ByGene
Judge R.A Green Jr. Middleton is RossQ.

serving a 36-year burglary and sexual .r..fcrCia: ... -.. .,

battery sentence for a 1973 Escambia I got my first car r rrP .
County conviction 0.1(')
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about a year ago an ; .
The eight-woman nine-man grand : ---r
older model. It always
jury panel deliberated three hours ;. '
before returning the indictment used a lot of gas. but .
Middleton said Reese had been recently it has been

harassing him for several weeks Officials ridiculous. I have over- LUXURIOUS PUFF-OUTLINE 2 BORDER RODS FOR POSTUR X FOR EXTRA
said the killing arose over hauled the carbuetor QUILTED COVEN OVER 2'SAOFREE BORDER SUPPORT NEEDED FOR EXCLUSIVE FLEX-O: .FEDIC

dominance of the prison wing here and checked for fuel OF FOAM COMFORT., SUPPORT. THE YOUR HEAVIER BODY. PART OF BALANCED FOUNDATION SLEEP FOR SYSTEMS TOTALLY
both convicts Mere housed last fall leaks. This helped
Another inmate slaying one week
later also some, but not much.
connected
was to the Inci- "
What else should I look .
t.
dent.Michael '... ,I' .
Curry. 22.: an inmate saidto for '.
be an associate of Reese, was stab. A. The automatic choke It's A Fact You C'an Do Better At '
bed and killed in a FSP dayroom Nov. Since 1923P.g
could be the thief Clean link.
3. Anthony Sawyer, 26, has been age and butterfly valve pivotH .
charged with murder by prison of- with choke or carburetor .
ficials for the Curry slaying, but the cleaner and ba mire of
grand jury has not heard the case. proper adiumment, Run the
engine long enough far a
warm-up end remove the
THE BRADFORD carburetor air filter If the
COUNTYTELEGRAPH choke plate la wide open the
Published every Thursdayat choke system needs repair.
On non-electric
138 W. Call Street stovetype
chokes, the thermostatic
replace (
Starke, Florida 32091
spring and check the
heat tube for dlme.e., Be
Second Class postage paid at
sure to free up the choke I
Starke, FloridaSubscription piston. On nonelectric well
type chokes the entire control
Rates: must bo replaced
In trade area: f!9.00 per year Call
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Outside trade area: $10.00 per year Automotive Parts Center Phone 964.5827
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I Lawtey Can't Afford Sewerage SystemActing I{ \\I "


swiftly on the negative reactions 40,552,377 gallons in 1979 (for 111,102 cilmen then re-named Richard Welty county jail dispatcher and this
of both council members and daily), a fourfold increase. as city attorney, and! Bud Barber as number should be called In order to
townspeople, any possibility of a After all old business had been sanitarian, Committee chairmen the calls placed on radios Uhe only ,, \ .,
sewer system for Lawtey WAR killed acted upon, the meeting was tech- named by McCulley were: Streets, method available for alerting all
by the town council on a motion Mon nically adjourned by Mayor- Buster Bennett; ,Water, Marvin emergency personnel simultaneous
day night Jan. 7, by Councilman Commissioner Robert Scott so re- Rosier; Sanitation,. Wayne Massey, ly). This matter was magnified I' I
Marvin Rosier to halt further proceedings elected councilmen, clerk, and mar- and Finance, Robert Scott. when a house in Lawtey was I I,
or proposals shall could be sworn in. Fire Chief Bill Crouse then pointed/ : destroyed by fire in December \ .
The 160 residences in Lawtey would Fellow council members elected out that area residents must be advised reportedly because the persons Involved .
have had to pay a sewer service Ben McCulley to serve as mayor- to call 964-6161 for all emergencies, did not know how to contact \
charge from $20 to $25 per month, commissioner for 1980. The coun- (fire, police, or rescue).. This,is the the fire department.
making the system costprohibitive.This .

matter had been tabled by the
three councilmen present at the 270-Foot Well Complete, in HamptonHampton
December meeting until all members
could be present to vote, Figures
which began low always returned to council members were install T-jointa in the piping for completely impossible. Council
the $20 to$25 per month range, vary- told Tuesday night the well for the hydrants at a later date,if money was members had discussed annexing the )
ing on whether there would be a front water system has been completed and available. Council members areas to the far side of US-301 on s
footage assessment or based on water the first partial payment has been re- unanimously approved the motion fora SR-18 and north of the railroad tracks w.
gallonage only, quested.Koblar. change order. on SR-221. Hardenbrook said state
Constructors, Inc, of In other business: statutes make it nearly Impossible to That's A Lot of Pot
Gainesville is doing the renovation Lee Hardenbrook told council annex if the people to be incorporated
Rosier look the bull by the horns work on Hampton's 70-year-old water members the town ordinances were in don't want It. The statutes also calls Over a ton of marijuana and IIMI.INHI Quaaludes are stacked In II tell in the
,saying, "There's no way I would put system,'After completing the 270-foot terrible shape and the best thing to do for strict guidelines, among them a Bradford County Jail after law enforcement officials arrested three Tampa in rumen
this burden on the people of I.awtey well and partially erecting walls for would.he to throw them all out and population per acre He said he didn't for possession of more than 104( ) pounds of marijuana. The drills are "ului' by considering this deal. I'd Ota> to the control room, Koblar asked for a start over from ground level. Harden- think the areas Hampton wanted to at nearly $1 million. Ills nut known where the drugs originated from.
have it, but we can't afford it"Vhe partial payment of $28,000. brook had been Instructed at the last annex had the required population
Council voted unanimously to l'8'oOCt Jerome Kelly engineer with Sver- meeting to look Into the nuisance and Council members said they will

further proposals and negotiations, drup & Parcels, told the council con- comimerlcal ordinances to determine discuss the matter further at the next 3 Men Arrested in Near
struction costs would be right at if chicken peddling was against the meeting when Hardenbrook has
A written report on Increases was $208,000, with$10.Odo left over for contingencies law.He said the nuisance ordinance is researched the Issue more
given to the council members by He said the costs were unconstitutional and the only thoroughly Million Dollar Pot BustThree
Water Engineer Barry Watts who was right on target for what the city had recourse the council has against The Hampton Volunteer Fire
not present at the !Monday night planned.Kelly chicken peddling is the commercial Department received a $500 check,
meeting; Watts reported the total also informed the council that ordinance Council members did not from National Protein in gratitude for Tampa area men were arrested 100 pounds of manjiuin.i arc )("1(1'1
water gallonage for 1976( was 8.K71.872: a motion for a change order was needed take any action on the matter. their prompt attention to the fire Monday by Bradford County John Suders. 37, of Seiiiumle.
tor 29,572 gallons daily I. This! amount so Koblar could install six-inch Annexation will be a difficult issue which caused over$50,000 damage to sheriff's deputies and Keystone Salvatore Comparato 47, ol Tear!
has increased considerably to pipe instead of four-inch pipe and also for the town, Hardenbrook said, If not three cookers at the rendering plant Heights police and 2,316 pounds of water and Angelo L. Oil/) ) 42. ol
1 marijuana was seized valued at $300 Tampa The men were released Tuesday '
per pound. evening on the $lUtttHK'( (minis.
$1.8 Million Clay Electric Refund DueClay Law enforcement officials also seized Keystone Police Chief! l.eonui l
100,000 Quaaludes bringing the Jones had bean wiilthiitK)

Electric Cooperative general The result of the rate settlement Is total street value of the drugs lo paratroopers prut.lift at the uirpott
HUDSON manager E.T Martin announced that the wholesale power cost to the $994.800, when he suw a light plum luke oil
Monday that a $1.8 million rate refund cooperative has been decreased about Also confiscated were two rental from the back runwtiv.depuheK mini
received this month from Florida 2 mills ($2 per 1,000 KWH) and this vans and $3.000 in cash A third van He followed the vans when th.Idt.
Power & Light Company will be mail reduction is being passed on to the and driver got away the airport
ed next week to its members. cooperative's members. The trio was arrested around 3:30: One van was Htoed| > liv JOIUK on
The refund stems from a wholesale loaded after the marijuana was SR-18 near Hampton und the other
VltAMlliS power rate settlement made by the into two vans from a light van which turned around when M-I-
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission airplane at Keystone Heights Airport ing the first van sloped and hi-ndiil
which lowered the cost of power UCI Inmates according to sheriff's records. for Starke on Sit-UNI.' was tipprt| | 'heml'
lo the, cooperative, between March Bond was set at $100.000 each after ed by Deputy Don I><'nlun' nlmnl loin
1 1978 and December 1979. The amount File Civil Suit a first appearance Tuesday before miles south of Markt
1 1 of the refund for an individual Circuit Judge R.A, Green Jr. Rooked The whereabout oi the light' |Ihlll'l
member is based upon how much Two Union Correctional Institute into the Bradford County Jail and which dropped I lie drugs! "II ,-,
LL1--- electricity was purchased by the par inmates have filed a civil right viola- charged with possession of more than unknown
ticular member during that period of tion lawsuit against state prison official
time Tuesday, claiming they were

.. t' ..1 punished for peacefully protesting the

S I ...J.. -t,.1f---If -, "f.JG ('; .' death One penalty of the inmates, Michael ....................... News Briefs ..................... I

I ;-<;;1.11 'Paint Your Wagon'To Boudreau, said he was confined 28
.
Be days to small cells after refusing to

f A)/: :; a Staged remove a black sock he was using as Nine Persons and was taken Id \Iadma (;ieiieial
\ .:: ::: Starting Jan. 31 an arm band in protest to the execu- Arrested
"L tion last May 25 of John Spenkelmk. For at Hospital! in (i inesville I In' pi'i\'all-
1 I .. Lou' "Paint Your Wagon," under the Inmate Frederick A Strassner said Affray LoungeEight vehicle Calvin llenlev' sulleied minm'
direction of Richard Jockel will be in the suit a prison guard told him the cuts and was Ire-iued:, and! telc.is
"\ 1 .. .::-" .,I staged in the Starke Woman's Club as sock "was not part of the dress code. persons were arrested Monday from Bradford Coimn 1111>1"1.1'
Ilk a dinner-theatre starting Jan 31 for for their involvement in an affray
.. Both men said they lost their job
,... l' -
l :' -:-. J ....." nine performances assignments and were placed in a at south the of Back Starke Door, with Lounge more,arrests one mile to

wiusro! JI close-custody squad doing manual
The dates are Thursday, Jan. 31, labor after the incident. Strassner come according. to the sheriff'sdepartment Woman ArrestedFor
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1-2. and said he had worked in the prison's '
the following two weekends, Thurs- Growth Orientation Lab and A ninth person was arrested Aggratrd ISattei\
L day through Saturday. Feb, and Boudreau! said he had been assigned Wednesday around noon at the Bradford r ..
1
Buy Bottle Of Any 7I9' wienteilJus '
County Courthouse Ronald E. A year-olil woman Wtis
Feb. 14-16 Saturday? ,Feb: :;* s 4rII tffce tntaiL-engine repair.workshop.,
."fr-' "TV .Vlt t; already sold out. V*)... Vi..,}, h-lUI"'S8id., .r. ,"a....., \0. '-, Newman, 30, of P.O. Box 970 Marke, I Thursday and rhllf' '>lwildMt, \ ,
Hudson Vitamin was booked in the Bradford County tery of a law enlom'iwnl ulliiei ami
V; Ja il on affray charges. He was released aggravated h.itler.i \b si.nke( |isihl'a|
Tickets $7,50 each, be obtained -
may on a $535 recognizance bond officers
: And Get The 2nd Bottle from Betty Young 964-7525. Beverly Three ArrestedFor Geraldine Simmon-, nl 'i'J:!:! :Noilli
Four people sustained knife injuries
Blackshear 5.1.124-11: Ann Hill St.. was arrested alt er |MIKI| > till|| '<'IEMan I-
5:13.2069: and Pat Spengler 964-6046.) Saturday night in a fight that allegedly Mosher and! Itukv Henmllresponded
: At Half Price FightingUnion started between two women. The* to a Bull "',,11I Katie ;M.n
manager of the bar called law enforcement
DJMS When they uimt'il! al lll":(. KBrownkeSI :
Otter Good Through January 31. 1 officials around I
8CSTOCK County Sheriff's deputies ar- a.m. By .; DJXIS) I :\:1:I, was Me'clmn! >
,$$$SAVE $$$ rested three Starke residents for the time, however Deputy Samuel Eunice involved arrived from I he head unit l.i<'r She lolil ..I l lfleers
everyone
UPNOW fighting early Saturday morning I hut Simmons bled! lonie inlii
had left the Another call
scene.
Jan. 5, In front of a private residenceon was her home and started 1II'IIIIIIjt hci
made later and John
Deputy
Demp-
Reupholster Now! SR-100 at SR-231 with a Mower vase.
arrived,
sey Dempsey investigating .
Ollners' round Si mining nlnmi .h\<
Arrested by officers Garry Seay the incident. .
minutes Idler and inlm-med" .1"Iii-
and Jim Leach and charged with Arrested were Charles Hall. 2H of under arrest SunmoiN then kakt'.tOlficer
25% OFFFabrics fighting were: Randy Ira Broskey.23, P.O. Box 83. Hampton; Cleon Griffis. Benin 11 I in Ihe, let! li|g I l\uie.
36, of Rt. Box 2bJ C. Starke David
Richard Douglas Hill 24, and Ruby 1. ; When Oflutrs. !Mother soul I Hcnnellgrabbed
.. Crews 40, all of Starke. Eiland 24. of Rt. 1, Box 166-C. her l hy (the aiini Smimmi-'
,All Crews and Broskey were each Lawtey: Calvin Henley :31, P.O. Box kicked Bennett in the !left leg and l I In'
released on a cash bond and Hill was 1222. Starke: Leroy Griffis, :33. of HI.I. ,
._ AVAILABLE AT: released Box 262 Starke Nancy llenlev.. :Zl, right! leg.Simmons
on his own recognizance. ; was .lelcu-ed! on del. nun
: Call 904259,2315'SMIID'S P.O. Box 1222. btaike. Nathan Shannon
: : -
rl'l'clllnl.t.'I\I'I' I tin- follow illl| iiioiiiinu"
KOCH DRUG STORE 24. of Rt I 1.:Box IB Starke: and
NEW OWNERSHIP Harriet Bennett 28.of Kingsley Luke
All ,were released on I5:<5

166 W. Call St. Starke UPHOLSTERY PEE WEE NURSERY recognizance bonds. Police: Investigating j.
202 N, Thompson 964.80S4 Charles Hall and Cleon Griffis suffered Flim-Flam. Scheme
knife wounds and treated
6'30 A ,M 8 00 P.'M were
.i 964-6757 Glen St. Mary Fla and released from Shands Teaching
: Accepting New Students Until Limit I Is Filled Two incident mvoh'inn inn m'IM I"
in Gainesville David Filarul
Gerard E < Bitty Brown Hospital ) hu\v been reported d. Staike politeIhis
-- sustained two deep cuts in his buck week.1o .
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-- -- ... ;.; tint has bein m'restedel..
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: ;" however polii'c ollitiT I.tllll1III'r: : :
is imesliKalinn thtiist>. One ot the h
N men i is (iostrilx-d tall unit 11'llIlc'rlllllt I:

OF THE HOUSING: FINANCE AUTHORITY ( "w The Steakman an th.>* blaik.Mosher other.I is short and
said the \'iiMinis! .said u man
;
OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA r Does It Again approached them with a newspaper
/' d up inu hiindana! Somi
:1-, / money was sticking: ( out of the l>an- ;It p
dana making it hook a< if the erlni'
roll was money The con' urtisl said he
Announcing a public meeting' which all persons are had just come into u considerable +.
amount of money and then asked (the
invited to be held THURSDAY JANUARY 17 at victim if he would hold the roll white rl
1980
: ,,,; he ran an errand. Before, leaving, Ihe

5:30 P.M. in the con artist asked to MM the viitim'Hdriver's 1
COMMISSIONERS ROOM of the s I license and when the wallet

was pulled out the ton artist Krabhed I 1 10
BRADFORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE, TEMPLE AVE., 1 the wallet and ran. k
Police Chief Jimmy Itowen asked
'
that any individual being accosted
STARKE FLORIDA.
by such a person, please contact the
police department immediately ,

Purpose of the meeting istoapprove final details, and older Bowen people said as the his con victim artist. chooses ,


specify restrictions, ,i if any on ,loans for new or existing PN ALsss Woman InjuredIn


construction and consider such other matters that may: Motorcycle Wreck !

A Glen St Mary woman was injured I

come before the authority.A Friday after themotoreycleshe) ,
'
hit another '
was riding on was by car
near the Florida State Prison entrance
copy of the agenda may be obtained by."writing, to :Aeg. ,,- '. '
'1". A 1971'Mazda driven by Norman C.
Dague, of Ralford. pulled out onto ,
Dudley P. Hardy, P. O. Box 1030, Starke. Fla. 32091 J After 4 P.M. Daily SR-18 from the prison entrance and ,

hit a 1978 Honda motorcycle driven by
Ronnie F. White Jr.. of C len SI MSry.
.': Shirley White was on he buck of I he
GEORGE' w. ROBERTS
; motorcycle and was taken lo Shan.is
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville,
: I
n: Chairman where she remains In the I/'Ihlllh-
E3 !? :EUE& ward In good condltl,,". ;
Finance Authority'I
,- Housing
? .." ,. "," I I' Estimated damage lo the vehicle s
., was less than $:\\00.
1212'N. Temple Ave. Starke, FLorida 964-6567
of Bradford County, Florida Dague was cited for violation '

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r Et31TOR1ALS Sen. Stone Commends FmHA Staff

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Ribbon-cutting ceremonies. for

I f Bradford County Welcomes FmHAA Bradford(Farmers County's Home Administration new FmHA)

sub-office were held Tuesday at 9:15:
a.m. In the 1902 courthouse at 209 W.
A long-awaited goal was realized Tuesday $9,784,000. These loans, according to FmHA Call Street with U.S. Senator Richard .{*-
morning with the opening of the Bradford standards, are made only to those who could Stone doing the honors.In .
County sub-office of the Farmers Home Ad- not obtain financing through conventional
ministration in the 1902 Courthouse at 209 W. sources. his dedicatory remarks Stone
praised the FmKA as the agency doIng -
Call Street. The FmHA offices are located in the old the most effective job In supportof

The new office in Starke. represents the courthouse in the space formerly used by the He rural also programs throughout the U.S.
commended Michael R.
culmination of months of effort on the part of clerk of the circuit court) which has been Hightower, FmHA state director, for j
those who could see the many advantages to remodelled by the Bradford County Board of advances made In the services ..,
the county of having its own sub-office. It will Historical Trustees, owners of the property, to rendered Florida's rural areas during
be a great convenience to the approximately suit the needs of the FmHA. The building is his administration. i'' \ "

500 clients now being served by the FmHA now equipped with a ramp and other facilitiesfor Hightower said the Starke office is
with loans in Bradford County. It is especially the handicapped so that all clients who the forty-third and the newest to be
timely in these days of scarce and highpricedfuel have business with the office) will have accessto opened in Florida. Two and a half
and will save those dealing with the the building.The years ago FmHA had a portfolio of i
$600 million In loans/ in Florida, and at
FmHA much time dollars and the
many the present time this has to one
general inconvenience of having to make a new FmHA office is an important ad- billion, 450 milion and grown will hit two :
trip to Gainesville in order to transact dition to the business life of the communityand billion by the end of 1980, the state :1
business with this governmental credit agency will be another plus factor toward director said. He praised his staff for :1I

designed to meet the needs of the rural popula- revitalizing the downtown area, which is still accounts its diligence during in recovering the past delinquent 2', t 1Jip ..air I
tion. In Bradford County this means the entire regarded by many here as "The Heart" of the period saying this was a great" year savings :1'j I
population since, according to 1970( census city. In his talk at the opening ceremonies of to taxpayers.

standards the entire county, including its the FmHA office Tuesday morning, Senator
municipalities, is classified as rural. Richard Stone commended the restoration of Stone commended the restorationof 'j
the 1902 Bradford County courthouse
The importance of the FmHA to this coun- the old courthouse and said, "It is the best adding "This Is the best 'jj
ty is shown by .its annual report submitted to possible restoration because it is being used possible restoration because It is be- l .: r
the County Commission Monday showing and again" becoming a viable part of community community.ing used and" fulfilling a need In the -

loans of$998,150( and grants of $284,100 made in life. j1. j

Bradford during the year just closed. The public is invited to visit the new Hightower recognized Cecelia Ter- 1
willegar, Starke realtor, for her efforts -
A breakdown of the types of loans made FmHA office when in need of its service. in behalf of an FmHA subofficein

here during 1979 listed: agricultural, $392,700; James Hoobler and Carlos Rodriguez will be Starke, saying she was the first to
emergency (disaster) $25,000; rural housing glad to explain its many loan programs and approach him on the need for this service

$443,850; waterand sewer, $136,600; water and the important contribution they are making to several years ago.

sewer grants $279,100. The total FmHA invest- advance rural housing, farm programs and The FmHA Is the rural credit agen- Ribbon Cutting
ment in the county, including all outstanding community facilities, as well as business and cy of the U.S. Department of
loans has now reached an imposing total of industry in Bradford County. .Agriculture and Is primarily designedto U.S. Sen. Richard Stone and 1\11..lIIKhtower.. | Slate Director FmHA cut he
meet credit needs of rural areas ribbon opening the agency's. new sub-office in the 1902 Bradford. County courthouse -
through five types of loans: farm, Tuesday morning. Others, from left are. Carlos Rodriguez and James
housing community facility, business Hoobler who will staff the office, and County Commissioner llarrl Paulk.
. The Tables TurnThe and industry, and rental housing
May Under 1970 census figures, all of At present it has over 500 clients in '
David Y version,
( county

sUpl'r.visor
Bradford County, including Bradford County with a total portfolio
municipalities, is classified as rural of $9,784,000 in outstanding loans. of the Gainesville office under
13-2 vote in the United Nation's that President Carter might be pushed by and is eligible. for loans if the borrower During 1979 It made $998,150 in loans which introduced the Slarkr James office M Hoobler will operate assistant

Security Council Monday in favor of a resolu- public impatience into military measures does not have resources to and $284,100 in grants in Bradford county supervisor, who will have

tion calling for the withdrawal of all "foreign" against Iran. This could have led to the Iranians sources.secure credit through conventional now County.be serviced All loans through in the county the Starke will charge of the Starke office, and

troops from Afghanistan is only one of the asking Soviet help against U.S. office. Carlos J. Rodriguez, county office
many indications that Russia may have pressures. Now that situation is reversed. The assistant, also of the Starke staff

overplayed its hand in its latest move toward Soviets have done the intruding."If .
world domination. The fact that its ally East In addition to Hightower and
Iran and Pakistan-the Coverston, other officials
Germany was the only nation voting with immediately County Agent's attending
,
joining Muslim countries-decide to help the By the opening here were Wallace W
Russia to veto the resolution indicates that
Afghan rebels against the new Soviet puppet Bobby McCormick District HI director; and
Moscow have incurred the enmity not ,. ,J"
may in Kabul would look Notebook Wilson Tedder construction analyst
regime they probably
only of the U.S., but almost the entire world in Taylor of the state staff.
its blatant military intervention in the affairsof toward Washington for support. Both must 't 1
now be thinking it would be prudent to Ret into
another country.In Phone:Wvl-6280: "
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easier relations with Washington. The day Coffee and doughnuts were servedto

the opinion of some analysts, this move might come when both would) want to appeal to -r-: ,- the officials and visitors by the
may drag the Soviets deeper into a "no win" Washington for help against Moscow.' Even though It is still wintertime it the same vegetable in or near the Starke-Bradford County Chamber of
situation similar to the one that plunged the is not too early to be making plans same location more often than once Commerce.The .
and starting your vegetable garden. every three years. Since members of
United States into Vietnam in March of
1965. Your plans should include. selecting a
Mr. Harsch also believes that damage to some plant families are subject to
With recent events in Iran occupying the Moscow's position does not end here. The site deciding what vegetables you many of the same diseases, rotation office Is open! to serve clients
daily. frum
will and Monday through Friday 9
grow, planning or making a should be
by families as well as by Individual -
attention of the entire world, the Russians Afghan venture has shocked Western Europe garden design.In a.m. to 4-30: p.m.
have too long been .able to stay out of the also, and West Germany's protest is the crops.
spotlight) with their maneuvering in strongest it has issued aka mst any Soviet deed planning the home garden,many
Afghanistan. Their latest coup there, since the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakiain factors should be considered so as to
insure maximum from
however, has compelled) the entire world to 1968. China, of course, would be happy to land available. production FORESTRYIN

speak out against them--not just the U.S. help anyone in the path of Soviet aggression. I
ft one. Grow the crops that are liked by t BRADFORD
Another commentator says, "It is even your family. This list may be limited COUNTY by Mark FriesHow jJ
As pointed out by Washington analyst possible, ironically, that the Soviet threat will by the size of the garden and by the
Joseph Harsch there is a possibility the intru- drive Iran to seek good relations with the U.S. crops that are likely to be successful
sion of Russian troops into a Muslim country and thereby help resolve the hostage crisis." in our rhubarb area. For seldom example] asparagusand

in the Middle East has the immediate effect of And India, for its part-although a friend of table yields in Florida.produce The nutritive accep- about planting a few' trees for Because of the interest in planting
bringing Iran and the U.S. onto the same side Moscow-is no more eager than Pakistan to value of the vegetables should be con Florida? Christmas trees in .Florida there III
at the Security Council of the U.N. Both coun- have the Russians near its borders.In sidered. be a meeting to organize a Florida.)
tries have already: protested against it. Thousands of school children and Christmas Tree Association. 'Hit-
spite of the criticism of PresidentCarter's Before planting a plan of the citizens will be doing just that on Arbor meeting will be held at the University
Russia has invaded a part of the world most of the six garden should be prepared on paper, Day. which falls on Jan. 18 this of Florida campus In McCarthy Haul.
foreign policy by ) the location of the Auditorium Saturda,l. .
that has been sliding into an increasing fric- showing each crop, year. on Jan. 20.10JO
Republican presidential candidates in the amount to be planted on each date, :: a.m. 3:30: p.m. Subjects to h'>
tion with the United States, and a widespread weekend "debates" in Iowa, they fell short of crops to follow earlier ones and com Experience; from prior years indicates discussed include: history of .Florida.
fear of the Moslems that the U.S. might do recommending any course of) action in dealing panion crops that are to be planted in to the Florida Division of Christmas tree production.
such a thing has been overturned by the fact with the present threat other than the steps the same area.. Forestry that 30,000 to 40.000 trees Christmas tree production in the
that the Soviets did it first. will be planted that one day alone. United Slates: trees suitable for
that have already been taken, such as halting When making your garden plan the Most\ will be the work of children in Florida Christmas tree! production;
As Mr. Harsch sees it: "This does not grain shipments to Russia. following suggestions may be helpful: 500 or more public schools, all of retail Christmas tree sales in
mean that the U.S. and Iran will at once be This latest Arrange crops that are to be planted which will receive 50 pine seedlings Florida: care and management vi l
move on the part of) Moscow, first along one side of the garden. without cost from the Division of Christmas tree plantations: the na-
able to sit back and talk quietly and sensibly which throws fear into the Middle East, offers Place long-season crops such as Forestry to use in the planting tional Christmas tree association and
about their double problems of the hostagesand the U.S. an excellent chance to improve its strawberries to one side of the gardenso ceremonies Last year 689 schools organization of a Florida Christmas
the Shah. But it does change the context. relations with Muslim countries, as well as a they will not Interfere with the participated in Arbor Day events. tree association.
Until the Soviets pounced on Kabul the U.S. possible chance to break out of the stalematewith preparation of the garden each For more information or directionson
and season. Plant tall-growing crops on On the schoolgrounds trees are the meeting stop by the County
Iran were slipping deeper into a conditionof Iran over the issues of the host.* ,>es and the north side of the garden so they most apt to be planted where they will Forester's office in the Agriculture
) threat and counter-threat. Now, if either is the Shah.It will not shade other plants. someday shade the students and Building or call me at 964-6280.
willing and able to offer the slightest twig buildings This is a sound energy-
from an olive tree, the other would find it is not too much to hope that this latest Group crops of similar maturation saving move as a shaded building,requires -
easier to respond. At least, they could talk turn of events might even clear the way dates together so that the space may considerably less energy to Democrat And GOP
toward eventual release of the be prepared easily for later plantings. cool than does one exposed to the full
about the and mutual of hostages if
new danger further ,
If space permits,plant enough of each heat of the sun. The schools also use Committee
Soviet penetration into the Middle East Iran sees its need of U.S. help against Russian vegetable for freezing, canning and their Arbor Day plantings to land County
aggression more than it needs the punishmentof storing as well as for fresh use. Allow scape and beautify,to screen out traffic
"Had the Soviets avoided this direct intru- the Shah, or the holding of 50 American ample space between rows for convenient noises or unsightly views, or to Qualifying StartsThe
sion into Afghanistan there was a real danger hostages. cultivation] depending upon the commemorate Individuals or events.
type of tool to be used. Don't plant too qualifying period for member
much of any one crop at one time. Garden clubs and other civic ship on the Democratic and
groups frequently aided by nursery Republican county executive commit
Make succession plantings every 10 operators, are also planning Arbor tees opened at noon Tuesday, Jan. 8,
to 14 days of radishes, snap beans Day plantings] for many of the same and will close at noon Tuesday, Jan.
sweet corn and other crops to provide reasons. 22.
fresh vegetables over a long period. A
similar effect will result from plan- Plant nurseries often help such Incumbent members of the two
ting at the same time two or more groups by supplying shrubs or treesat committees as well. as any qualified
varieties with different maturity low cost, and supplying the know elector of either party, may qualify
Men over 55 spend more time watching television an average of dates. how in planting. for membership in the precinct In
31 houri and 57 minutes per week then any other segment which he Is registered. There is no
of the population except women over 55, who watch it 35 hours. Through careful planning and com- Florida established the third Fri- qualifying fee and the necessary
panion cropping, production from the day In January as Arbor Day 39 years papers may be obtained at the Supervisor -
small garden may be greatly increased. ago.The date Is perfect for moat parts of Elections office in the new
Provided the soil Is properly fertilized of the'state because in January most courthouse.
,CRIp 6 and water is available, frequently trees are dormant and thus can be Mrs. Lucile Green,chairman of the
tit CotN two or three vegetables may 'moved with the least damage.. Democratic Committee,and Richard
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be grown In the same area; for In- Welty, chairman of the Republican.
; scrai stance,crops that mature quickly can The 50 free pine seedlings suppliedto Committee, urged all Incumbent
O Mu+ete y Igrupt be planted between the rows or in the schools by the Florida Division of members of their respective committees -
O rows that occupy the space with crops Forestry are available only in ,and anyone desiring to become a
for a relatively long period..Lettuce January. By April, the pines are out member of either. group to qualify
: / BOBG. FERGUSON -JOHN M.MILLER and cabbage are often set alternately. of dormancy and are growing rapidly, before the January 22nd deadline. .
0l In the row, with radishes planted bet- and would not survive being pulled up
PubliihtrlfubllthW ween the rows. The radishes and lettuce and transplanted.

Mch Thursday and.ntr.d'.. *cand Clan Matter at the P.i.Off..at Stark.H...ends Act ad More 1. If 79 are out of the way before the cab-
bage needs the space. Pines live oaks, maples and
Subscription' rat.In trad area 11 Per Vaart M Six MonthiOvtild Florida's state tree, the cabbage
.*red.araai Sit P..year|SS.SO Six Manriii 'To prevent diseases that may live palm, can all be planted almost ,
rho...H40UOl Starfca,Florida over from the previous season, prac- anywhere in .the state with a good Some bolitve the appiar-
.' tice crop rotation.That is,do not grow chance of success. nee of I number of mica
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I Robert Review E.at Loe UDC Book MeetingEric I ff Ite fhdal :fide i.f; f



:Sanders ga ve a book review on
the life of General Robert E.Lee durIng lady m.
the program tit the W.T. Weeks, OTLI/ 1
UDC meeting helol Wednesday afternoon S Jj/
ItI of last week tit the home of Mrs. cl.I'I l'lfly #'te u,etoJ .

Elzle Sanders; historian: ,. who. Introduced -

I President her son.Mrs Lester Crews 964.7608 lloreSocialPage 8 5
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presided over the meeting where Mrs. -
: Mildred Weisgertx r was appointed to
fill that office of registrar) left vacant
t Patty M. Cason and
who has -------------j
t r by Miss Norma Canova
moved to Jackson ville Mrs. Crews
\ announced the din trie two meeting Jewel W. WarrenTo
I will be held Feb. 8 in Gainesville and
i i asked all member to attend. Wed January 12 n..ih 'f
Mrs. Crews andl! Mrs. Welsgerbergave

a report of their attendance to Miss Patty M. Cason. daughter of
'I the National convention recently heldin Mr and Mrs. Everett Morris, Sr., of .
: Jt.1. .
i Daytona Beach. Mrs. Weisgerbertold
Starke and Jewel W Warren of Lake
of the Imprenulve parade of the Buller will be united In marriage
presidents of each chapter in every Saturday Jan. 12, at 4 p.m. at the ,
: state In the U.S. Bind several foreign Elizabeth Baptist Church in Lake __
nations. A page carrying the flag of Butler with a reception following in :
her native statei. preceeded the the church Fellowship Hall. _
I presidents and the state song was All friends and relatives are Invitedto
.. sung. It was a beautiful International attend. "
'to
....--1 affair, where the spirit) of the good Ole .. :
"rti i South was exhibited that kindled the
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.' )I .''.'I''.\".d,, 1 /lMf", ,, J names of loyalty to the heritage our JunlorWoman'sClub ____
.' '. forefathers.At __
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;...,..., .i. (the conclusion of the meetingMrs. ___ _
j=... Sanders and co-hostesses Mrs., To Meet Monday NightThe .'
I .: O.L. Haynes, Sr. and 'Mrs. C.A. :: '. A

r _, .. > IIt 310' ". .' Knight served refreshments Junior Woman's Club will meet
{. j. '. 't"f.ff5Mr. 'W"1'.,!, '" ', Monday, Jan. 14, at 7:30 pm. in the
,.. ", ".. '; ,',, . .:,." '1'r ,'/! Presbyterian Fellowship Hall.
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-- ,. \ ::,;,'..... ....f,' r.....J"r\, !\&;;;;,...i.. "M., .,,',;. ..giR, \ .'.'...(.....>...._, AJ All members are urged to attend to
help make plans lor upcoming e/ents
I .and Mrs.A.Crawford Including the Strawberry Pageant
scheduled for Mar. 29 _

Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Crawford

KLPOA MEETING

I Celebrate Golden p -
Anniversary Kingsley Lake Property Owners
will hold a membership meeting
Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Crawford of four year old Jason Stalnaker: of Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Kingsley
Union County happily celebratedtheir Lake Butler did a marvelous job of Lake Civic Center.

50th Wedding Anniversary Sun- accepting the gifts. '
day January 6, at t the Harmony Free Other grandchildren serving! were 4 '.
Will I Baptist Church. Lynn McKinley of Boones, N.D..
Over 350 people attended the Stacey Hayes and Jill Hayes of

beautiful reception and congratulated Brooker. Pam Hawkins, Paula .
Mr and Mrs. Crawford, who were Hawkins, Carla Hawkins Nannette I _
first in the receiving line. Standingwith Stalnaker, and Penny Stalnaker of -
them were their four daughters Lake Butler. 1 +
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including Mrs. W.H. (Janie) Hayes of Others serving were Lorna Stephen .
Brooker; Mrs. Charlie (Jackie) Kim Crawford, Betty Grace _
Spradley of Miami; Mrs. Bobby (Ida Crawford, and Norma Williams of ol.M.
Lee Hawkins Lake Butler Lois I\lr.llnd Mm.I, : Norman, Sr.
) and Mrs. James Roy Taylor, Shirley
(Nancy) Stalnaker of Lake Butler. Haney Jackie and Sandy Taylor of
The highlight of the afternoon wag Clearwater, Leola Turner and Cindy Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Norman Sr.
the ceremony of Mr and Mrs. Margaret Crawford of Jacksonville,
Crawford repeating their vows as Gail Hedrick of Georgia, Pam Lee, Larry White Celebrate Golden AnniversaryMr.
they did so many years ago. Rev. Geraldine Douglas Janie Lou Mun-

Earl Langley Pastor of Harmony son of Gainesville, and Suzanne Engagement ToldMr. and Mrs. Leon M Norman, Sr.., Among the 40 members of the family I.
Free Will Baptist Church, officiatedin Taylor of High Springs.Mr. 1;, t celebrated their golden wedding anniversary attending were their grandchildrenand
the hearUtirrlng ceremony. Rev. and Mrs. Crawford had a day and Mrs. Blobert E. Smith of Tuesday night Jan. 1, at 7 three great grandchildren.
Nick Daniels of Lake Butler read that will long be cherished in their
"a Lawtey announce the engagement of p.m. at a surprise dinner party at the Mr and Mrs. Norman were married ,
poem entitled "What is Marriage? memories.BIRTHS. their daughter Clndy, Marie, to Larry Western Steer Steak House given by Jan. 1, 1939 in Starke.
The Hawaiian Wedding Song was Olin White son of Mr. and Mrs. Olin their children, Mr. and Mrs. E.L Norman .
sung at the Renewing of the Vows. W. White, Jr. of St&rke Denice Sims and Mr. and Mrs. L.M Norman,
Special music was presented by A May wedding planned. William Barrett Jr., of Starke Mr and Mrs. Donald .Uid YoJnollJ .
Jack Taylor and Bruce Haney of '( Thomas of Wildwood and Mr. and _,
Clearwater. Pianists were Judy ''l Mrs. David Norman of Gainesville )
0: DeniceSimsand'! Mr.. and"Mrs'. Arthur Park.and son, L
lukel"al1d' ;
/ Lake
r, '"Sutler1! ''" .CaroliiBrowpf) .." Kiwanians'PldrfRummage ', The U-shaped dining! table was Dr. Boyd Clark of Owosso Mich..
covered with tablecloth
William G. BarrettTo a gold were holiday guests of Col. and Mrs
Ten people attended the reception
and centered with of
Mr. Mrs. Mark Mattox of SaleThe an arrangement gold J.A. Griffin.
Sunday who attended the wedding of Starke announce the birth of a Wed silk flowers flanked by branched
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford fifty years daughter, Sarah Alayne, born Dec. 4 Jan. 26 candelabras with burning white
ago. They were Mr. and Mrs. A.B. in Shand's Teaching Hospital. KIwanis Club of Starke will Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Sims an- tapers Centering the side tables were Mr and Mrs. Walter Fox and farm.
Clark and Miss Eva Clark of Lake CIty Grandparents are Mrs. Elaine hold a rummage stile Saturday Jan. nounce the engagement and arrangements of red roses.. ly of Peoria. Ill were last Thursdayand
; Mr.and Mrs. Reed Faulkner of St. Thoren and Ralph Thoren of 19, from 9 a.m. to S p.m. in the vacant proaching marriage of their ap- After the dinner the couple were Friday guests of Mr. and Mi's
Augustine; Mis Garnet Dukes and Cleveland, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. lot across the suwet from Wendy's! daughter, Denice Elizabeth, to presented with a threetieredthite A.J. Eaves
Elton Taylor of Worthington Springs Glen L. Mattox of Starke. hamburgers. William G. Barrett, son of Mrs pillared wedding cake decorated with
Pearl Clark of.Gainesville, ; Toby Witt All funds received will be used to Mamie Barrett and the late Mr yellow roses and topped with the Mrs. Lex Green and son Michae I.
of Jacksonville and Opal Dobson of benefit and promote the Bradford. Richard Barrett Lawtey. figure "50th' Margaret Bennett and and grandson Lex Sanders visited
Clearwater.The Union Association For Retarded Ms. Sims is a graduate of Holmes Margaret Norman cut and served the Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green in
room was beautifully Mr and Mrs. Randy Jones of Citizens, the BUS Athletic Dept., a County High School and Lake City cake. Tallahassee over the New Years
decorated with flowers and candles.. Starke announce the birth of a Future Key Club, Special Olympics, Community College. She is employedas The children also gave Mr and weekend.
The four tiered cake was separatedby daughter Brandi! Leigh born Dec. 22 church directories, a jogging course, a Correctional Officer I at Union Mrs. Norman an eight place setting of
golden wedding bells. The top tier in Alachua General Hospital recreational activities,youth services Correctional Institution, Raiford. china and a 50-piece setting of silverware Sen. Charley E. Johns was a I
of the cake was crowned by 50 bells Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Er. and more. A graduate of Bradford County plus a gold engraved !picture medical patient in Alachua General
placed in a gold wreath. The cake mieJones Starke and Mr. and Mrs. If you have items you will donate to High School Mr. Barrett also attended frame in memory of the occasion Hospital last week.
was surrounded by fern. Two cakes William Patrick Lawtey. the sale please call Steve at 964-6200. Lake City Community College and .
were placed on each side of the large -
Pick up is available.
is presently employed as a Correc- I
wedding cake with 1939( on one and --1
tional Officer II at Florida
1980 on the other. Also accenting the p-_!. Prison. State
cake table were bouquets of carna- David and Charlene Griffis of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns Mrs. The wedding will be an event of
tions entwined in candles. Gold ware Graham announce the birth of a son, ,
was used to serve the punch, coffee, Keith Brackston born Jan. 5. J Frank Williams ands son, Mark, Miss Saturday, January! at 3 p.m. at the
hot chocolate nuts, mints, chocolate Maternal grandmother is Mrs. 'Betty Harris of Cirystal) Lake and home of the brmes parents In
balls and many other delicacies. Maraclene Campbell of Hampton. John Hbward, III, of Lake Butler, Bonifay, Florida.
spent Dec. 26-Jan. 1 In Glenville, N.C. All friends and relatives are invitedto
The reception was catered by Vivian Paternal grandparents are James J
Sparkman of Hawthorne.Mrs. t R.G.) and Julia Griffis of Graham. They> were joined by Mr. and Mrs. attend the ceremony and the recep-
Crawford wore a stylish green Maternal great-grandmother Is Mrs. Wayne Henley of Advance, N.C. tion Immediately following. Q pS'
qiana dress with gold surrounding the C.W. Prevatt of Hampton. Paternal
waist. Her dress was accented with a great grandparents are Alfonso and
white orchid with golden throat. Mrs. Mary Taibi of! Graham.Mr. JJJOO3Ifli
Crawford also wore a gold pendant "We'll do
with a diamond center.given to her by your S'
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her husband as an anniversary pre and Mrs Arnie Gibson of Short Form for
sent.Eva Starke the birth of
Clark of Lake City and Thelma announce a son, ,
Joshua Jarrod born Nov. 30 in

Crawford book. Introducing of Largo attended the guests the guest was Alachua Maternal General Hospital. .Frank only $7.50f:
grandparents
are
Bubba Hayes of Brooker grandson of
Shirley and Mrs. Vertis of
Shirley
the Crawfords Another grandson
\ Starke. Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
Fay Vencil Great grandmother is I
Mrs. Beulah Thornton of Alachua. ,*
The" following 1 Pl'r"o"IIII1'"t"rf' left -
out of last' "f'co.'s paper due" lo lack of w .

space.
Mr.: and Mrs. Donald Evans of .

Mrs. O.L. Beasley andMrs., J.W.. Starke announce the birth of a I .
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Kincaid were Christmas week guests ,. daughter. Crystal Dawn born Dec. 20 L 1
of their sister, Mrs. C.C. Hoppe and In Lake Shore Hospital. Lake City.
family in Tampa. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. ,
Louise Prater of Keystone Heights
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Mr. and Mrs Raleigh Brannen Paternal grandmother Is. Mrs. Henry W. BlockLet's NOW TRY
spent the long Christmas weekend in Pauline M. Griffis of Starke.
Lancaster, S.C. visiting Mr. and Mrs. '

Bob Faile and family.Mr. Patricia Ann Bowen fight inflation WilGHTWJOTCHERS

and Mrs. S.L Peek. Jr. have "
had as guests Miss Katherine Peek of James Alan McCrary 'together. Of oil the welght-lou program In the world,nonn hav.
Tallahassee last Sunday to Wednesday ....n more successful than the>Weight Watchers program.

and Lynwood Walters of Greenville -, Wed 3 :'J This year we'll prepare your 1040A'Short Form' W eve helped more people lose more pounds than any 0"pia".
!\f.C.( Wednesday Monday January for only $7,50Any state or local return is extra. If you're serious about losing weight, JOIn Weight. Watchers nowBecauta
with many other programs all.you lot* in the long runs
'W.H f Jo...come to H&R Block-let's fight ,
Mrs. Holland has been time
Mr.and Mrs. P.E. Bowen Starke "
,1-r aI'- s'A YtYwS" +
inflation/
transferred from Bradford County announce the marriage of their together. .A1.Yr'VM1MM./-
Hospital to the Gainesville Convalescent daughter,Patricia Ann to James Alan .
Center. McCrary. son of Mr and Mrs. JamesN. H&R BLOC .'
McCrary. also of Starke ''f. "n Rec. Center .'
Mr: and Mrs.deorge Loper,Jr. and The marriage took place Thursday.Jan. i '" c cWE s !I It' 41, <1_ ''! "
family spent the two weeks holiday 3. in Georgia. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE Pratt Street
with their parents. Mr. ana Mrs. The-couple is residing in Jackson- .
Loper Sr. and Mr 'and Mrs. BenLodesici ville. PREPAFIE; ALL STATE AND CANADIAN RETURNS \,,n;.../Monday; 6:30: P.M. '1;" \
in Brookhaven, Pa. 'A "
527 S. Water St Starke' Fla.
Marion Harrington of .., ., : ; A "A"i .\ f
Mr. and Mrs. !bJy. ''- ; :- .iTo Join, JustComeTo Meeting.
Ormond Beach and Mr.and Mrs. Bill The Me niter> Office, Keystone\ Heights't ; .,..

Harrington of Keystone Heights and Phillip Brown has returned to College '. 1 '
For More Information
daughters were Christmas Eve In Sacramento, CA after spending Phone 964-8286 .
guests of Mr. and Mrs.J.J>,Seymour. the holidays with hls parents.Mr. Open 9am... \Q.p.m. Weekdays .0., S Saturday. Call Toll Free
Doug Seymour spent Christmas day and Mrs. Robert L. Brown Jr, Appointment fI\ / liable/ .:' 18003429155J
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and Zoning OHle Oty TO FAIRFA FAMILY\ I
"EOISUR'CTITIClWS Hal I. Starter Plarl.... (321.36) feet fa paktteett. Mervlm n .. 7:7601 --- WGI'Shi 7 >

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Library, Starttv, ........ yaw and- M"'LACltI'' Lot* I) SJ a. 4 10.330; rtMMot
"anr to Swctlotrx ALBERT U CHOSIV. VOW Aft NOTIFIED JENKINSANQ CIA MAO West.afraUraad.font Hl',280: ..Ill Starmm- CToreA.Sunday ScftooJI only SflWies
that on action ton JEMKINfc .his. ., ... and 12.210 will b.held;:Sundny.Jam.tot!
""old." Stcnu._ JR.. --.y. PlsreWrg farecteev ties w Mr Fraden Kelly,.Jtr.: of: Sun Antonio
hereby give' and toning c-..._.. prap.rt yaw or* raavlnHt: Merv > or*further I3il40Tlllaea Terse, ipcntt Chri tmm Im MtL Mortal* V.10.4 Meell..nd
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following .proper. 07 ah your NOTICE tfItott a .satviLas. will be C'1"ln"s Sunday SCt\06 only
''' und.rslgned 12274hhg1T7.INVITATION eoay Starker after iff MR. Kallwls-I *
80tNHIhou. ty Bradford; County,, wrlltaii dafa ta*> II'dnyyto sold _po..d ... awjUobJe-1 during. ; nativeoft Starfca yona.Htt visited! !liE F-eUowshlp of Churches\ members are-

:233tMO5ft LaWley, Ptarlam'A -- It' air LAW"ENC Ai DINAMCI. I...... ..- peNadf Octafaerr 11. asked't' l>atTend t1lr meeting SalUrcSayaCI
DWHJB MagnrottBase.
Jarutha
*of'I"'lylng;:: sisters ;
perce ESQU'".. inaectlon '' to. Sentambefr eII1el2 .
doing BERNARD yaurr 30;. He A \ p.m
ndo r th.. Hire'RUEBUYS TO BID In the N00Icart_ plaintiff.. otforna,.. OhMcwaf,tha.City **. T/1O Itchg, ., Mable Tyson,. Eloiwr DMSUO';, Greater .ethel rr-rrwlll Bantln
NC 'A) of' NartheasfQuarter LoreneWiUlarnsandJamsiaMaeHflB-
OF ( ; wrwiaaadrMK !.> 1OOIBuilding City Mall, .. 1.311Senior'/ Choirrehe.rsas.
Clar'ahe Monday
,)., U.S 301. The. lIrodIorct'Booed Cowry *- (NBVk.I) oftSouthwest' Blac..ton.. ,. Plarldca.Saehl gan,, all'.of Starke A graatt laaOlyy: .. Tuesday Prayer McetinR.

Flontndv ...' Cam- OuorterrSW' Jado.o..wll.. florida .,...y reunion,waa enjoyed by all
owtity County all! Clrck meet,. 7-30.: (
i andan W-sdneaday
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had boner
Tom Hall !
Mr .and Mts.
te m.-. will. 32203984602.2013. <*< hawhale.v "./ In' : McKay's.Circle-) Bunt all Mr*. Nancy
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.... 1SVI98O. ,. ln the guests when spear tier holiday' wittl
of bgf PebtmOTyc '
r out fictitious bide' until 10:00 A.M.. JI1'aw haw .Lea'l* Clreb meets at thebome' ) -
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Flvei(5) South
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Tawrahtp merit of1 thl.OIlDlNMtCI lr It THIr CIRCUIT COURT them. were MM.Olla Ruth BenC-
,ih.. Monday February .. andfile- 'Ida They Circle
1'a.r pravt of Hamio Mitchttlv Ely's
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Range 1l.ntyrtwa' with tha darit atthle. [ .hauld ', MAOPORa COUN. and of Philadelphia Pai ands
1980 far *..." original ly eon
,f afor*.aid .group of Mamie McCutohani .
hearth and life ,Imwanc.progr'anr. Beet Bradford? County, Caurf althat-beta* ......and bahheard. !";. FLORIDA, PROBATE Mrs. Maybell Holrneev tram Savan meets ad the.home

L.'nu.on Proposals Ffartdm sssct parcel be.- service nrr pMitlrf a at' Mnwand place. /' \. PileNdl nail. Ga. They experienced: am .*. Thursday StoryHour all the'chur.ht
.uqu.t Ing more particularly 4:30'(die-Junior Choir
... '1"1-(7.: Friday
should Include. at- orminimum torney Immediately citing visit:.
owner.n of the 'followtno described as follows! 11.___".., otherwise i a CITY' COUNCIL Ins ran ESTATE. OF and) junior Jatmr Board) wile meet.

',.r hi*A 20th.O. 1979 day' in 1. The ....1.11COYW Commerce at the of Nonthwest eotdNa"h.a. defaultwill. beforth..I.entered: orLAWTSY;; UD. CROWSON. Dell Chapter 1710.E.9. will hold'Ite; Saturday Sam .tti.Little Church>will
comer .. "I/IOJ .erased.i.. raaaaraa Sunday School 9:30' Morning
the new aaatmt you Irpd "
d County 12/20 calmer ." QuartarNEV4 regular monthly meeting: Thursday,,
has Include demanded' ln the* cuwi*. NOTlCl.OF' : Wovshipi. ITS 1111IDlnnlll' wilt be
which *
I) ( ) of Northeast Jam 10..7:10: in Uta Masonicr. Hall on
maternity.neflto and Quarter (NE'of plaint or.petition.WITNESS Bradford tQOM1NISTRATrONTlbs' Brownlee Street. All members anDo- an-vodi 12:30/.Tlny Tota rehears at *

$5.000 life -. Southwest Quarter my hand. "and Kospltoll 922 t. adnilnlstratHan of vited to attend.. pimi sunday
JOTICBOF 2. Comprehensive trw seat of this. Court anailbarf estate. of CLAUDE Thare wlU be a meeting dos all Mia-
Stnsati Stania.
There! wllll be at
(SW%), and run South NAACP Program
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NIENT/ON i Browne. A () ". deceased.
8
plan DO/20 conln.surane. obligated to tom Circle Sunday S p.mi Sunday
Zero ((0) degrees and Jam IS at Greater Allan.
REGISTERif -age plus Clerk of the Court; ByBeulah _Iabl. *19.SOD. _1o.r79-79-CP..la program regular Mimloni meeting.
p.m.
of
On. ((01)) mlnut. East, AMI Church In honor Mar
'711' c USNAME S3.COO life In. _. / / M Meadyi A*. uncompamated .... .. Inn the Circuit Chapel Mt. PlagabY AME Church Sunday
boundary
the memher
along Westerly for tin Luther King Jr.: and a
-. thereof, Three ((3)) Oepuh/aanV. 1/10" 4tctig to.. p-.... who FWorlda Bradford Coun drive' combined. All' members, School 10, aim. Morning Worship' IIIaxnu
Pronote
Dlvl- Ship
should bo the 1/31.
duty or foot to arr Iron pipe unaalvta pay. invited.. 3 p-mi the A.C.E. League
citizens are
the/ and interested
address of
nnt to Section .successful bidder to ....... who. Individual will be held.. You are in-
(... .. referred to will be Mrs. Mary A.. Fallowahlp
''nrldO' totu'"., check t...- schedules. of 'family. Is Bradford County The speaker
as IF) located on th. NOTICE OP gross .."hou.. Jacksonville.\ There will: vtted.Fr.;.
Starker of
s h r by givenr existing coverage. whichis not- than the Pearson
Southerly. boundary of APPUCATION.FONAMENOMEMT. mores ..Canaan True Church God ln<
and: entertainIng
Ida The
32O91. Informative
" undrstgn on III. with the dsrtrt rant name be a very
;10..... ISO W. Bradford CourtBoard / Iho right of way of a gulde poverty lines .. d address of the Per program: for you to enjoy.. Unlt-fr Monday T:30l: prayer band..
County road for OF LAND USE PLANRORIDA. 4,770'S 7:30Wednesday
graded Choir rehearses
Tuesday
r Scathe, Flo. of County Commissioners by the Community Representative Federation Concert: The United
point of eglnnl..g. From CITY 01' 1.-'W1EY': T:30
Service
lining bu.ln.ss' / at the Brad Administration I at the- Personal Voices of the ChoirFederalion will Tarrying :

he llrm nom of ford County Courthouse. point of beginning thus. receiver. services ..... / .'. at present a Gospel In Song Concert Jam Friday Bible Study Sunday School'
described contlnu.Sh An ORDINANCE .
b GLOVER REAL /i/Gilbert S. Brawn, Zero ((0)) degreesand ding the Cornprefianilva annan chargai. All ..,.. "..-.,. are sat forth 18 at 7:30: at Mt Pisgah AME Church.Rev. ), a.m. Morning Worship a.nu Evening .
1 SO W Call St. Clerk. ta the Board. 1/10 / .%**. Worship a p.m..
On. ((01)) minuteEast Land U.e PlanElement (Inp."._ and Sister Calvin Pastor..The public:
Ma' .. 32O91 '1r'legister 2lchg 1117.NOTtCII patient) will' .be All) Interested persons la invited. Church ef God,Prophesy. : Sunday
said Westerly and by ',
along Mop Lawtay .
i said' Heipm available required ta fltawith SchoollO'' a.m. Morning Worship' 11
on a Jan. The third
Sunday 20.3
boundary One Hundred Florida.. In occordoncawith WITHIN.. THREE p.m.
court
.1'1. -
under Nineteen and Thlrt..nHundredths the local Oaveni coma,, llrstiserve Sunday Federation! will be held at the a.m.Evening Worship 7pm.
FROM THE
< nof aforesaid until the annual \ Gremter AllmCkapetAIME: Church! :
(119.131) feet m..."" CompranenvlvaWorming '& OF THE FIRST Church of God in Unity. The pqblllliainYlted. (
UNDER FtC 'level. Plan havebeen, for theFamily
ta an IP located on the Act at 1979 as pliant is tret. ... completed
e. Glav.rd NAME LAW The ..... OF THIS
TITIOUS Spring Ortw that will terminate
boundary of the for In Ch
Easterly provided >|it" All. claims-
ICE I
NOTICE IS HEREBY' eligibility far..",1. (1) -Febi 17. All numbers are ask-
of of State 163 of tha Florida
right way Activities
Church
.
*h,.27lN day of 'sits' th. estate and
..
the undersigned ..
GIVEN that will
na charge*
"Road 225: thence: North Statutes.TO Antloch Mlsilonary. Churehi: Eacll- ed! In cooperate with theactlVlt1es,
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A.D 1979 n liny objecttonby. an
r wr
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desiring to- All. on an Individual member baa been assigned to a
and Toe.
d County 1227HI Eighty ((80)) degrees : atham. '.rested person ta Thursday r p.m. PrayerMeeting.. Every
.
engagein under the fictitious business'name eighteen ((18) minutes payers and other ,in. annual cording' tar Income the / ..m notice was mailed Sunday School 10 a.m. Evening Worship captain.The captain will contact each

East One Hundred Fifty tereeted per om member;.
the
01 PASTRYSHOP-. at 13B guide lines ..' challenges e p.m.
((150) feet te on IP- .kflty, of tha will the Church of God In Christ: Each Sunday School! 10 a.m. Morning
e. Call Strut 5''....... by the off lce of '
thence South :Zero ((0)) You and each of .
youare Iflcatiom of the Worship II a.m.
IC NOTICE Intond per- Tuesday T Bible Band. Friday
Florida to Opportunity p.m.
hereby given register th. told ........> degrees and One(01)( ) hereby and herewith Service/'-"' .. I.. representative, 7:30: Prayer and Pastoral Teaching: The pastor Rev W.H. Landers, and
minute/ East, Sixty-five given notice In actor" .._ will Mandarin
C.ty of Stark with th. Omttt of the CIrcuit thence )jurisdiction- Saturday S-6 Adult Choir rehearses. congregation go to ,
feet dance withFlorida
((65) to an IP-:
1 find Zoning' Bradford /<*raurt. BTa. to conduct services Sunday Jan
Court of NON-FARM
Sunday School 9:311, Morning Worship
North Eighty-nine ((89)) Statutes that the- Gty
on the< ALL CLAIMS. AND OB. 27. All members are asked to
'. Florida. Family lli-e- CCJ1eg
County
,, degrees and Thirty-four Council of tawtey. 11 a.m..YPWW S:30: Evening Worship
,
.1 Deal I plann- .....ord F. NOrSO RLEO cooperate.
Ovtnmn. 11 $ 7 with Elder D.R. Williams in
/ for The City Huff inglon, Joanna M. ((34)Hundred) minutes Seventythreeand East'On. Florida publichearing will conducr or a a i: ., FOREVER1' &AM-. charge p.m. of!service. ............................................
-10.
pursuant Huff ington and Forty-nine' Hundred. regular, mewing held at X New Bethel Baptist Church. Each
">' 163 Florida' Oaitteaft the- first Smyrna Bantlst Church
vi, II hold a Christina] Marl. 1/31 Hurt ths ((173.49) feet loon IP- 7:30- p-m. at City... Hall cation of this. Natlce Wednesday 7'p.m. Prayer Meeting 40o im. Myrtle St.
ington. /lO4tehg thence North Zero (0) Lawtey. Florida. on Won- 5- Saturday : the Fellowship of
.
M nq fa r.tivin Admrinlstratlom. 2pm. Sunday' School.!.)' am. Worship
., >. the. Com degrees and One ((01)) day. February 4) 1_. .." 10T; 1980wjimmy'" Churches officers will meet, for Service-tC a.m., Sunday EvWorship .

.. Plan* for the In the Circuit Court of mlnuta West, On. Hundred and will consider an Or- r / Mellon business of vital importance. All -*? p.mu, Wed. Prayer

tnrk. Stork. Bradford County. Fifty-nine andIlgh..n'n. dlnaneo relating tat 9 ...-...., Personal members who can please be present. MeeUng-7:30: p.m.
9-
n 'hot t/th day Florida Casa No. .Hundredths *esantatl. Saturday :X p.m. the Association come .....,.................................
((159.89)) feet to an IP1000.ed Amend. II,. Comprehensive 10 :
> for the
HO 7 will
n 30 p.m., 79594CA. mlttee meet to plan one Level Church
on' Southerly Land U.. n IEBCff l O. KAROY Pine Baptist
W nmmtsalon TUCKER BROS. INC. day session. Sunday School 9:30.: Mo14fling
a
aforesaid 12 Radio Broadcast
Wall boundary : Plan ta provide tharlandm .. Sunday,
''u1. Cty in Florida' Worship 11 a.m. Afternoon Seri'
,ir,da Copies) corporation thence South Elght .nine currently clout tied FARM FAMILY :: /./ .H... Pierce WPXE-8.3S-: Sunday SchooUlO'
:omprehsns'v., Plaintiff' v* MAOCHI ((89)) degrees and Thirty. Rural' Residential, and Family.. C _OHIce Drawer 1030 vice 5 p.m. a.m.;. Morning Worship-n a.m. ;
JENKINS. .t .... .t al.. First Born Church of TheLivlnq
." ivoilobln for four ((34)) minutes West, designated. by theplon I $: / ..i Ptarlda :J2WI'iItlolo8l68. \dult Choir Ratnsarsal-5-M: p.m.;
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God 9.30 Study :
said Yellow b. : Friday :
along Southerly .
ntrtlon and NOTICEOF ae. 2. / 1/113 2/cItl! School Training Tlme-I:3a pim; Evening
boundary Three Hundred raclauilled ta IMabtla- 3.: I IT; Tarrying Service. Sunday. Worship-ra

ACTION '_ly.on. and Home and datianated 111-30: Morning Worship 11:30, YPCW Wednesday,, Midi-Week Service-T

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Call ke of k -'Ralph Bryan Real Estate REHLTY33OC :l1I4-5D&5 %OS N. Stark -TT"

I Lot with largo Uses our

Today! I 96'bie' olds city 1 HOT 17V nmsd > wr M.nooii IN TOUCH WITH NOPII

'- 230S I*.Temple. (U.S. Ml N.) trailer

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FHA.VA a Cam. Nnoeclrta AuaHeWaBBDUCKD .bedroom. ,';, bath-off Zacres

belt location, 2,000 HOLD IT !
r LOWER mnRHT FINANCING. WILL RR AV>IU.LI
FOR QUICK SAt down.t .
sOON FOR XI UMiriD TIMf. CHOOSE TOUR MANS AND
:313. 1., 3 asrea_/_flail p.... S2II.3 .-'
j; /7'/ tOT MOW-MTf HAVE OVER IOU eUnUllnrS SITES ,NCIUDINGt .bedtaaim. Imjllill Tudor .....-au ejssns....... !
/ / 1zi4 7leg BR 1% B. M.601.. ......_ 3 ___ l1.1OoV. I walking distance ta town : .sh.wy.s. .ow... emj IN.'WA. less msney Hen. you
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301 North .Trail Natal-Lewtey7S7.J freer'location 2 BR .Block-w/w ceo -Freiihll* II,.,... .. COMMBrOAt Sr La 4 with INCOME.eullldlnej./ poOrllTrWasnlngtani a chain. UnaiceSia I separate.bedroom"I1 bedraam. hilt beth.aparrmsnt with. I Na down ..---./ > isansei, 1 belle. new.

I ode. ref 3s.OOO with terms. f- .OOO, *. much- livingspace : wall/weJI. ....... esmWets/teet. Mlgkway IM lr...

;.".. *>:3I _.n20_ "rhe-r- :301 Maoa-rea. :3ecre wMl"" CB "home, owner flnane Sausage Heights.IvenlngssPeawesll. .. I ,-.
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:3BR Fr 8.2 Ac Se5.OOO4BR "Me lIe Homo *ara for...... I 1Vessel. I Msvm.JiIlr.Ki4WiTORtCAUV .. .
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I' .r I .intoprbi.lrly gaud tans'. aft Ife-aoeaJaaevaaaV
Small Acreage,. for Hams owner Nnnencedl efgiiyiPiv.
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i iP a Trailer Law Do .Pay > 0fl ecree MOsneaTeunla .- 40*>*: OIIU't'.Ihesru.iemlsg 1-s er| __.Ki.nltfcedl .
LIT us QJ/LD. A CUSTOM MOM FOR YOU ON OUR LOT
i-Ke ....., .. .1.7SO .
5 *UaV good sesturev peria's ,
> leal .**. fh. plus.. pe.s>ea feat-siteg I Ie .. apt.upelelrs .
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PPI Pm sere, Got Ie,,-. $.....ejMli. ,well, away II--.Ii. ,
MR On i-A Crt A It Ac Shade JM OOO a t leigeepfc e.. eleii''. gait KeeiMed
> 100 '<1. ft an :3 Ae 30 Ac Pasture S.4O 000 "2''; sere, IL.rt/te. onset lestutj.se wall septic, light.

I 'i.." 10 Ac Pced,18.000 _.a _.. JUST MCMT. IreienlseTsavThSiss: e* opewM. U .!....
bens. __ with. ..
steer 2 2 III "- P
Very or se' pertsad
All acreage lox ... 2O% fecsi a ", .. ...... 'U.OOO.KINCUIY .
Ig. urlllry
HP in CB CIA. 1 130 Down 10"'- Inr with S f \ HOMES Home site-,....Osahs Modi 3 M eemo with seotrel Kseell .

"ortv loll Silo m IS yr to 1 pay .3..hslrssmw. I aem e.. I esra, ...... treee.. 17.SOB. Terms.3Ht a *see erpeHng end..-seos. .t4..00.00l3.

LAKE t lemie-estry ...'. femes. ".-. ...... rnew .......C. Beo>selglleoraese.0ouele .
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sea .s-lde.. a a va...... ..aV ....
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"21sera 2 itt I Bets.- ..-'. $/ TOWN e-m PTAT1 BAIr-BAIMSj_

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= -.q C .ns.y bter tergo :2.sery msdsm Cap Cad ss IbeVoMoflftBoV .. em rental. MI.or seuM aey let else.. wwaw Rr.nalne. -.II .
YOUR MEAL ESTATE NEEDS -. .12..1. 00.1 a CMaA .... M4 U3.MO,
tested end grew tensed aBett-geneW. tear a sir,Why reef e*mie
.18 wee wHO S",3 Bab.Ckemav CHaA,cllolw. Nab .ELN rrelgltbsrbesd HOI testing I Bit ]a a CIlIA.

iADFORO: COUNTY CALL I f.no-"d ......assayeN Nosem.'sf prs.nn.tensed I ,riser 't7.OOO. ..BsT 2 0 ferls. *. M ease. BdL.25 HS-M ..... etes| s*>.t>e..

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BILL POWELL 1 well. _10. _". end llgfis. ..... seedy. far II I II. SeerkeaM-Iaat I Bew H "Hsielnj'- ,.. ., sa.ee>.. A/C enMt.e 1 ........ 1Ie_ P ose eMLa .ten4 B54Cse.4/ 1008

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comer ..
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,I t! 239 eleee ee_.alt.3 wa*. p aom>wine a sores wee ef....... ewee RII andng. ....."fIat.leo near Csunh y club tae/nM-i' 9SMO .. 230

REAL ESTATE 3 rentals et* slee large .... Insludae f M fianio henee24eM '. under culHwjtlaisv bees.-4...... tomb.. ..ece&Rlegslp S23.IOOX.Hide oc:eiiifes1aaJoeeme. ....pierBr..ea .. WOO Ptatt,

II t Nolnut. St. 964.40 Mere .......1...Id. MM ((3 B> )'/i se| 111.60 Mn((3 M w.5's'.:t _4 b.d'eesi.,. I bet..2..rer. .13 enrae.tt .Baa..
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Oai" emt/dy Issene 1460--144,810. eely fe.d.soped part .k.e.r.I .e.ite/s c.tIIa Icy 3R$M.H...
.......... sassld.. fecre..disks flab femelg.4M. IIlp.fII.. w.sld
I IF YOU DIDNTGfTALOYPO TefaOO sea -* New f leT"heat>with. Greet Room a Wreefece. )-Ct-MA so 4came 1.1...*.wM fed bath pi emod lei M... ..3..vRn.hMg 1..M p.rftre.stvd CWKBI PIMANClOtiJ

CftRISTMA' $ en posed reed. US.
Buy Otim NOW _. As.nlsiueef.nd.and sat_b..y Lwd.espad.MOaRESrTIi .
: *2-. hs fee beam .......
ecrea Moieploe. as .1,505.
1211 feel.. .............ert-
to. and.sns.ll 301 IA cg Meg H asro ease to .....*.... MeSel.la .
Owner Financing A..I.. .... ROOMWARtA.*. pr..iwnsesiy' lore .._ piece tJ. ....... >*lg A seed side ...
70 benrtllr.h e.ree......'H wdrwi.n.lpetbdr' .f.eswMANY SC.esbP ieIooe...Nld.d L-dlea. ..... wes,. .-.result- ...... Gaee.arty ewer Ire tt.Nd.y MIN0.VasatHl

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1 IR 18 frame alum. siding . . . .SI7MO. 53 Casey clr-b... lacM .eesb.$4110. ....
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I AIC and Mrs. Rex Anderson Jr. of Graham had his family home Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer:Jr. Mr*. N.K. Hurst of Indianapolis! .,'
\ 4 Homestead AFB are visiting Mr. and for the holidays including Mr. and and son of Greensboro, N.C. were Ind. Is.visiting her sister, Mrs Clyde
.I"i'Jr;. Mrs. Anderson, Sr. for 10 days. Mrs. W.H. Graham III of holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair,for several weeks.
I, ,(',.,.' Philadelphia Pa.,Mr. and Mrs. Dirk: Palmer Sr. of Kingsley Lake, /2
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f oLOS' !<' C'I' Jimmy Andrews of Miami and Mrs. Wohlgamuth (Jo.Alyce) and children Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams and 11;'
:,." ;: ;:' Patrick McKay of Independence,Mo. Deidre and Amanda Williams of St. family of Jacksonville visited his "
t ;' :. spent the holidays with their parents Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Flip Mrs. Clyde Sinclair spent the parents Mr. and Mrs.Mack Willlanu "

I, ," ''J .. Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrews and all Graham children, Brynn, Jessica weekend 1y. on Sunday, .-i.it
,. 'ojUI 1. itf'Y.1 'r" If visited Mr. and Mrs.Louis Pogue and and Audrey of Gainesville and Mrs. -
''tl. (. i," j family in Lake City on Jan. 1. Gilda Spengler: and son, Gray of Gainesville Mrs. H.A.: Lawson returned Saturday
,,. ;" ) 'I I Newberry.Mrs. after surgery in North Florida
', '" Mrs. Harvey Edwards spent last last week. Her r
'"n. Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent the past Regional Hospital
a 'r r r:.., ; ,. Li month with her daughter and family, J.M. High and daughter, week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mrs Joe Jordan of Live
1, rl ,.4dl's. !I' '. Mr. and Mrs C.M. Patrick In West Jamio of Jacksonville spent the OcaTa daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill In Oak,spent Monday and Tuesday with i I''
.. ,)5 t :;, t Florida near Sneads. The past week weekend with her parents, Mr. and her and father. ':';
,II she spent with her son and family Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Sr., and
"no '. Mr.and Mrs. J R. Weldon in Jackson- celebrated Mrs. Edward's birthday Mrs. George Sapp spent Christmas Mrs. Sib Fleming and son, Ray
,n I' ville and attended the wedding of Friday night. week with her son, Joe Stewart, in Fleming of Gainesville were New
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their daughter Sherrill Ann to James Washington, D.C. Years guests of her daughter and
.n'U'J Watson Miner on Jan. 1 at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Clyde Dansby and son, Larryof family, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wolbert
\ -'J" :I.1 ,.. ... at the Weldon home. Also attendingthe Perry, and Stephen Hall of Disney Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews spent
0 a... ,. and World, were visitors of Mr. Christmas week with their son and Lawson ten ,
.' t' wedding were Mr. Mrs. Jack Sunday Mrs. Mary spent days
'" .r McComb of Starke and Mrs. R.O. Dansby.Mr. family, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathewsin with her '
r,,, ,'.. r' and Major Jack Maitland. during the holidays son and
"I.d /" \ 1 a McComb, Jr.; and family of Cannon family, Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson
.. }, AFB, Clovis, N.M. and Mrs. Tom Casey Mr and Jr. at Fort Walton Beach.
-- ; ". Mrs.Johnny Hobbs,Jr.,Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Horace Tolbert, Mrs. H.T.
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i,.;' <., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli M.A. Payne and daughter, Nancy, Downing and Mrs. Ivan Niblack of Major Jack McComb, Jr. and
returned last Friday after three Mary Anne Miller, and Jana Godwin Lake City and Mrs. William Bell of children of Cannon AFB, Clovis,
<,,' : weeks visit with their son and spent Dec. 26-29 at Blowing Rock, and Baldwin were Saturday guests of Mr. N.M., spent-Dec. 26 to Jan. 2 with his
.' daughter and families, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. David Montgomery and parents,Mr. and Mrs.Jack McComb.
celebrated Mrs.
Tolbert
77th birth-
Raymond Stefanelli in Florence, Ky NC.Mr. Joining the family Dec. 26-29 was
and Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs in and Mrs. Rex Davis of In- day.Mr. their daughter, Mrs. John C. Greer
,'"<.IfII Covington, Ky. dianapolis, Ind, were last Thursday and son of Bradenton.Mrs. .
a and
i guests of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mrs. J.T. Lawson and Mr.'

., "."." I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams spent Brown and Mrs. T.B. Harding;Sr. returned Doris Overstreet and sons Ritchie
J .h., Wednesday to Saturday with Mr and Md.Saturday after two weeks in Odenton and and Wade and Len Boatwrightwere
", Mrs. Charles WcQuaig in Waycross, Mrs. June Edwards has returned visiting their children, Mr. guests of Mrs. Judy Thacker
'.'''91 Ga., and attended the funeral of Mrs. after four weeks in Shands Teaching Mrs. Harding, Jr. and family. and son, Shannon Friday night to
., Williams' sister, Mrs. Hilda Smith Hospital where she underwent leg watch the Globetrotters perform" n
''nHIr Keaton on Thursday afternoon. surgery.She has her leg In a cast and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hunt and sons the Jacksonville Coliseum.see .
.r"1 l IS convalescing at her home at of Kalamazoo, Mich. were weekend
Kingsley Lake. guests of Mr.and Mrs. Garl Mathews.
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Kelly Lynn Wright and G. Michael Griffin i :
'.. HERE ARE 5 GOOD REASONSYOU

Exchange Vows Jan. 5 in Mandarin

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F :Miss Kelly Lynn Wright, daughter cascades of pink miniature carna- .... ",
''I' .01Ir: and Mrs. John W. Wright of tions and baby's breath. .
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(,i i-c-n Cove Springs exchanged vows Little Misses Melissa Griffis, sisterof NABISCO I I
In 'sith, G Michael Griff, son of Mr. the groom and Debra Linn Mc-
n' .i ml Mrs Gerald Griffis of Raiford on Cullough, niece of the groom, were ( lU. PREMIUM 1 IVORY ,;;..
... at the flower girls. They wore rosette chiffon ,
q'' .''lurd ly. Jan. 5. at 7:30: p.m. I I
aJ.mdmn Christian Church in Man. gowns with fitted bodice and. SALTINES ; LIQUID
"a l.irm. hooped skirts.
-.I' Jack Fawley officiated at the Master Bryan Griffis brother of the PACKAOB ; 220. Bonu


hr;''I I";": double ICd(luria Poole of-rinK nuptial Heatherington soloist ceremony.music.presented, organist a program and full gown groom sleeves of bride served silk covered organza wore as ringbearer.The a in with white chantilly bodice.bouffant lace and 11! !! : .I' 2 i !! ,.:;: 13 I


f id (Gerald Griffis attended his son astor enhancing a Queen Ann neckline, accented =VM tat CftWN, Ml 1 14 = ii,x t V
best man Groomsmen were Howard by tiny seed pearls. A raised MI ,Il.fa w.e IS Ilaxal. J" 101 I 1--
'hi KiBibter, Clanton Scaff, Mark Seigel waistline draped into a full circular --- ---
and Roy Smgletary skirt with chapel length train
,,,rn k, bordered by tiers of lace II I
:Mrs Chris Sawyer attended as wore a fingertip mantilla attached to --a I
"" matron of honor. She wore a rosette a lace cap and edged in matching '.
_ro''" hitfon off the shoulder dress with ruf- lace. She carried a sweeping cascadeof BAKING SLICING !
t 11 I,.,ci bottom and bustle back. She carr white miniature carnations and
i +K'd 1 a cascade of burgundy miniature pink sweetheart roses accented with I I r
i irnatiuns and baby's breath. baby's breath. POTATOES TOMATOES ONIONS
= Bridesmaids were Mrs. Jack The couple were honored at a recep- mmvuMaum "
Ul'Idges.tISS Susan Horst Miss tion in the church Fellowhsip Hall Fresh iwt Slaw or Salad 'Ml 49 '
Minryl I Boatright and Ms. Debbie Met following the ceremony. v uscpur/t! ; pa
I Ihiv' wore wine chiffon off-the- to Puerto Rico and the Virgin
nouldei dresses with ruffled bottom Islands the couple will reside in Assorted. Greens nu,,89i(
carried Raiford.
lid bustle backs They .
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Polka Dot Brand Rice 5261" Pride Pancake Syrup 79A' SAVE 1od
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Polish or Kosher Dills .( Moore Beef Stew f'99'


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Swift Vienna Sausage 39." King Size Bread 311I.,.. 5101 '
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....... /' /-" ._-'. .iIIfIIIIO""-" Eleven Earn. Straight-A's at Middle School I



Eleven Bradford Middle School Seventy-seven more BMS students Martin Tonja McCloud, Theresa Mc. Diana Phillips Carrie Coburn.8th .
students earned straight A'. on their earned all A's and B's and were placed Collum, Christa Moody Stacey Red Grade
report cards for the second sixweeksof on the A-B honor roll. They are, by dish. Kelll Carver, Richard Fender
'+ k IAvi/w the school: year which ended shortly grade: Scholatic Achievement Award: Cheryl Furrow Lisa James, Lari
before the Christmas holidays.Two Latanya Tyson, Gary Wilkerson. Johns, Theresa Ricks Cindy
seventh graders and nine Sixth Grade Sysskind. Julee Wise, Carol Fussell,
eighth graders made the all-A honor Tammy Dempsey, Bonnie Geiger, 7th Grade Martha Murphy,Pamela Santa Mary
Ir roll out of 733 students enrolled. at Keith/ Gilllngham, Allen Gonzalez Robert Spitz. Lisa Ann Green, Edward Campbell, Lori Clark Dennis Dunlap,
BMS. I Erika Gruen, James (Jay) Hayes, Klmbril, Craig Falatreaux, Lee Clare Winkler, Jay Rodgers, Selina
The hard workers are: Rita Richardson, George Ricks, White, Pat Barber Kim Cogdill, Cassels, Jane Chastam, Angela
James Wilson, Audra York' Rickey Christine Dickinson Jacquelyn Johns,Emmett Johnson Cindy Lynn
Seventh Grade Terri Fender Tom Watson, Eaves Day Allen, Cheryl Foster Laura McKinney Steve Marshall,
I John David Francis, son 4If Mr. John Jackson, Monica Maslowskl Nancy Grider,Susan Navalany, Andy Teresa Smith Michele Stilwell
,.: and Mrs. Charles Francis of SUrke. Richard O'Steen Donna Parado Cynthia Nguyen, Jason Polk, Tanja Rigby Mamie Tucker, Lawrence Norton
Melanie Kyle Wood, daughter of Winkler Kellie Baldwin, Marsie Rhonda Sapp, Wendy Thomas Diane O'Neal Rachel Harris.Schoiatic .
Mr and Mrs.Leslie Wood of Starke. I Brantley, Amy Jo Carter, Evelyn Wood, Danny Jordan. Achievement: Rhonda
i. Daugherty, Allison Denmark,Christa Scholastic Achievement Award: Bryant Machell Brown, David.
Eighth Grade Jacobsen, Karen. Martin Sharon Becky Parrish, Kimberly Whitehead, Reichert, Monique Chandler.
Tlmmy Gonzalez son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Gonzalez.
Tina Bow ndaughter of, Mr. .and ,
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Mrs. Jimmy Bowen. Awards for God and Community
BMS Students Make'Straight A's Mike Christmas, son of Mr. and ,
Mrs. Edward Christmas. Sisters Irene (left) and Joyce Wainwright received the God and Community
LeAnn Flynn daughter of Mr. and "Award during the morning worship service Sunday at St.Mark'l Episcopal
: Only students nut of 733: enrolled at Bradford Middle School made !straight Mrs. Charles Flynn. \ Church.
a-A'n the Krroiiil l.-rni of the school year. Pictured: l-r) are: Melanie Wood Lynda Lynda Gravel.daughter' of> Mrs Medals were pinned on by Mrs. Carolyn Eaves and Father John Flynn.
Gravel; e.Vim Flynn, ISuncy. Itoherls, Tina Bowen and Michelle Klmutls. Standing Yvon Gravel. Under the leadership! of Rev. John Flynn the two sinters! progressed In
: Mike('bristnlas John Unld Francis' George 1-eVanw Timmy Gonzalez Michelle Klmutis. daughter of Mr. understanding of the teaching of their religion and gained depth and scope of 11rte'
"/alld Faith Roberts.Gospel and Mrs. Edward Klmutis.'! knowledge of the denomination and developed the habit of service to their
J' George Levasser. son of Mr,and church. Approximately eight months were devoted to earning the God and
Mrs. James Bennlngton. Community Award as writ asl M hours! of service.
Sing Set Raiford Faith Roberts, daughter. of Mr. Father Flynn stated he was very proud of the way the girls took their
and Mrs. Walter Lott. assignments and met their responsibilities.They developed a rule of life, which
s. Nancy Robertsdaughter of Mr. I they keep to themselves and do not reveal, and had to evaluate this three times
There will be a sing featuring The Country Statesmen from and Mrs. Joel Roberts. during their study. The rule of life relates directly to others. Ir U
several! gospel groups at the Raiford Jacksonville.The With the girl scouts are Mrs. Carolyn Eaves and Mrs. Laurie Mulling, their {
Community Center Saturday, Jan. 12, master of ceremonies will be Melanie Kyle Wood, Tina Bowen scout leaders the past II years; Mrs. Mlnou Walnwrlght. their mother, and
I jit 7:30: p.m. Joe Brooks of radio station WOZN in Michelle Kimutis and Faith Roberts Father Flynn. '
Featured will be The Jacksonville. have earned straight-A's both six- Mrs. Wainwright was presented a duplicate award.
Cavaliers There Is no admission charge and week grading periods of the current
.:.Quartet Grass Prophets from Perry from Lake Fla..Butler The Blue and Ring everyone is welcome to attend the school year. Rev. Martin Called asS yrna Baptist.Pastor II

Rev. Ronald Martin has acceptedthe Rev. and Mrs. Martin and family
call to be pastor of Smyrna Bap reside at Rt. l, Box 426, Starke. Rev.
tist Church at 406 North Myrtle Martin has: served as pastor ot Baptist -
CAN SAVE IN 198 AT. Street, Starke. churches for 17 years in North

... . Carolina and Tennessee.Rev. .
The church extended the call and Martin extends a welcome to
r' Rev. Martin on Dec. 30 assumed the the public to worship at Smyrna Bap-
IF1iJJw rrrii'if, sot pastorate of Smyrna Baptist. tist Church.

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PANTRY rmoi I "';.tf';:;"( I STARKIST OR I tlt>w Students Collect $2,328 more on Commission,

CREAMED I : 0f;. SLICED IIVNI TAnI I'S; CHICKEN' OF II For Mother's March from 1A

I 'EhE Sly Bradford County elementary school nett to have a half acre reclassifiedfor
,I CHUNK IKIHT students collected $2.328 in the special use was unanimously ap-
,3 CHEESE ; BOLOGNA i TUNAW4TIR i Mother's March for the March of proved. Bennett! asked for a specialuse
I I 1eo. FACKAe I SAVE1IVI1M Dimes. rezoning for a five-year period.
1505 CUP OK OIL-Sol CAN The students were shown a film the Commissioner Paulk asked the
I week before the Mini-Walk entitled commission to write a letter of commendation -
I 58 .4 I 98 III I 39 'I $ 57 "Walking Happy." The film, shown to the resigning Rev.
I by Mrs. Rena Scaff, explained the George Harper for his contributions

I ..M,...-.i- ,w N, I.*... I. N I ..,.MI eouw twjtt ,IM n twig MO IM nUN ..,IN,15..wl I/r/ { I W .i,w... Iw If March of Dimes program. Mrs. Scaff to the Mental Health Board and urgedthe
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I oMiY'tiiArai I .1...M.aIMII""CI,SIN.I 1 it aw J R .D. I 1NHI IMUCQMOUCIt I *COuW, IICIUMI*MIH III M MMOMI J H ..5 NrI INS art,_1 N.AII-"..calla.. "I W- 4"'I told the children the money would be board ask Harper which to the reconsiderhis board
-- --- --- --- -- --- spent for children less fortunate then resignation
them through research medical ser agreed to do. j
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ALL ITVMt AMOPWCtftOOOOTMUM.JAM 90 YMHJ WKO JAM 1C iwo QUANTITY son*MUMV vice and education. .. ;.._._-'"'' w
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; I I esi. Dd ItlttNUIIf.. MM*
; Center Cut Beef Sirloin Lt$2I1 .I

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Boneless nwooi.Round SKIN!'teak 1I 52"t san Parenting Workshop Begin Jan. 15 t.

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w MII1M MKI'Sin
Beel Blade Chuck Steak Ltslae Successful Parenting workshopswill supervises the Clinic's Children'sProgram I,
uvim titviii exact'"..vmiriMNt be conducted by the Children's ,the workshop helps parent i
: Program of the Bradford-Union understand and handle their
Boneless Stewing Beat ".*." 'IU I
1I Guidance Clinic childrens' behavior. The result, he
..... beginning Tuesday,
wtm uintiu Na MIM
Beef L1Sl9e Jan. 13.The. says will be children who respect
Boneless Chuck Roast
r ptI rrjq eight, two-hour weekly their parents, respect themselves
tlttlM AtlFMWValilf MM*nil t'
Freshly Ground BeefuMHKitonrxet II s i 158 fl SC workshops will be held from 7 to 9 and grow up to be responsible men
and
women.
UK"" ,(, p.m. on Tuesdays from' Jan. 13 to
Smoked Slab Bacon [e8 8'1 t" 0 Mar. 4. Participants: in this series There is no cost for the workshop
U.l Mt.All'HMVAIltr.MUNNai LB 9 a 1 68; ( 3 TO must have at least one child who Is 8 but registration prior to Jan. 13 is
Fresh Pork Butts 1I 5118 s LBS si 5' years of age or younger or who are necessary. People wishing to register
U..WftllrMiHVUUr caw mat MM,IM.01 la LB kAI N recently married, or who are expec- should stop by the Guidance Clinic at :
... .. child in their families. All 321 W. Madison St. in Starke and com-
Loin Half Pork Loin a o. LI 5148 l SAVE 30C SA 30d A LB $AVE 30C A LBIN. ting a new I
,iw,I IIIMM. Ill...u ; ..mmfta .. foster parents may also participate. Plate a brief registration form. More
SIN CMU Mutual IM* MUI an
Fryer Combination Pkg.Tfiotnnopie .<..... II$109 According to family and marital information can be obtained by call-
valley Sliced" counselor Dave McCampbell, who ing 96.111382.WiI1iamA.McCallPromoted .

Cooked Ham 90t Phq $' 3a NN wNr.........- UVfMt! tttift .*T ........-..w11N aINIw.1.11ANIIINIWOO
/ Cream Cottage Cheese '1 118 Sliced American Singles $111.Roll Sausagetuimmt 78iSH(
Turbot Fillets II*!168 ...i Witt.cm'...,..ww..nl. fivi MI,ihi... nKmimi by DPMA I
aw/MI! ,(, Romano t Parmesan Cheese '168 Fyne Taste Meat Franks 93d. Sliced Imported Ham
Fyne Spred Qtr's Oleo 38" UVI Ml,II Ml Mt HIMMt, unwN.Nw.i.n. INI......nHmtnw William A. (Bill) McCall, son of Active In local church and civic activities
IM4' m i it nWpiNin, NaISpread Cheese Spread :211 Sliced Meat Bologna $1 131 Mild Smoked Sausage $138 Mrs. Sarah A. McCall Rt 1, Starke he has been an adult boy scout
Vegetable 88P1 un,nttvef. ....". SMI*w ma- n:': nir.am MI IMI than M.UMH i S iw WATnit IM JK,IM f. rmma.cf.MUM.. has been elected to represent the leader for 18 years. In addition 'to
Ul IM,Itw... I 00. FWIUT nm i Les Cal Yogurts 4/1/ Sliced Cooked Salami 994S26. Chicken pranks 68(5FLIISCHMJtNNS ( Data Processing Management DPMA he Is a member of Govern
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Whipped Margarine < .... m,...tf tu vMMrMi ......I..w.inr .... ..* .? -|I..... Association (DPMA) as Southeastern ment Information Sciences. Florida
lOt kteUtl Nl MHtVflMt, S Axelrod's Cottage Cheese 188 Pantry Pride Grill Franks Hormel: Frank 51 11 region Vice-President and as a Local Government Data Processing
Sliced American Singles 118 member of the executive council. Association, a member of the Baptist

..... .. BONELESS TOP DPMA is an international organization Church and secretary of Clearwater
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NIw .u. : I data Lodge 127 F&AM.
...our.NOUID.n 1IRLOIN' OR NEWYORK OClANLAMB of professional processorswith
CORN OIL OY HOOD aTROPICANA OM TOP LOIN PERCH I local chapters around the world McCall is the recipient of the DPMA
MARGARINELISTERINEOR ROASTS 0 N COQ MINUTE' MAID FUR FLORIDA StrippedSteaks FILLETS I IsssJ currently with a membership of over Individual service awards of silver
OU.N.NP 26000. Local: chapters are in both and gold bars.
ORANGE Gainesville and Jacksonville. .
.':78C I:98J s as b 118 Mr. McCall has served as Region

/ J U I C E Secretary, region Treasurer and as

''t DINNERS.' S AYE 300HALF county charter chapter.president of the Pinellas '1 r.JO_! .


McCall has been in Data Processingfor Mrs. W.H. Thomson Mrs. J.E. Har-
9 8ftC.ULON 29 years starting in the U.S. Navy. dy, Mrs. James Blackshear Mrs.
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LISTERMINT : SAYE' zee CARTON and for the past 13 years employedwith L.T. Young Mrs. D.W. Whiffen and
the city of Clearwater as Mrs. Bill Wilson attended the District:
MOUTHWASH manager of Data Processing Ser- President's workshop at the San Jose
vices. Woman's Club on Monday.
GOLDEN
McCall and his wife Sara reside in
and MarthaDorko \
Clearwater and have two and Cecilia Terwillegar
el sons a
Eve 1' y,, GRAIN LUX daughter all grown. spent the weekend in Sanford.


RICE-A-RO BATH SOAP loos $ "

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ToothpasteRevlon 691 tW I 2, FOR .3: lowRoWwI 2 $1 Jena's Pizza 99. I .
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Cur"t" Sure AntiPerspirant $300 Jim Dandy Grits 99 &
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um m im.t Mm. w i Il.Ii nun W f ttfsiMNiPan .. AM w 111 ALTAR IROAOCAIT: ICAUTirul. MUSIC IV THE
R..I..F."tUC-.d '129 Pantry Pride Toothpaste 69' Pail or Basket $200 Jamboree Grape Jelly 99i59i( HILL II StWIHO AND REBIKAH TRIO AND OCNI AND
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Kotii'MurPads SJ91 Head S Shoulders Shampoo '119 Kotex Tampons 'S141 Ajax Detergent :* $1.9. I I :Pine, Lw1 Baptist Church :d1.ANi .


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by Elizabeth Terry a.m.,Worshlp-11 a.m.,UMYF-6 p.m.. p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday-r Wednesday-7M p.m.
Phone 782-3300 Evening worshlp-7 p.m.,Tuesday Or- p.m. Pe.alalCorrectlona
chestra Practice- p.m., Choir day for those In the Sword Drills. ps ayer service each Sunday night for Laura Baptist Sunday School9:45a.m. : :
CHURCH ACTIVITIES practlce-7:30 p.mIBlble Gleanings Terry Wilkerson will be challenged the Conference Wide Revivals to be ., Church-ll a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Martinez and
Church of God: Sunday School-10 p.m. Practices will resume as usual for the Banner during EARLY conducted In March.Our minister,his Wednesday night prayer daughter,Eugenia of Bisbee,Arizonaare
a.m., Worship-U a.m. and 6 p.m., after the holiday break. CHURCH.The family of singers, the Adult Choir and meeting-7:30 p.m.Longbrldge spending BOrne time with their
Prayer Meeting and YPE on Wednes- Mrs.Love and children visited with Thlrft Shop Is open each Satur- the Children's Choir will be participating Baptist) Sunday parents,Mr.and Mrs.Robert Lee and
day-7:30: p.m.Evergreen Rev. Love's family Thursday and Friday day from 2-6 p.m. at the new location In four revivals during School-19 a.m.. Worship Servlce -ll John.
Baptist: Sunday Schoof-10( in Lake Wales while Mr. Love across from City Hall. Stop by and March. a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. .George Shuford and
a.m., Worship Servlces-11 a.m. and 7 finished some business there. browse. Many new Items after the The church has embarked on a One- Wednesday-7 p.m. famil and Mrs. Leon Starlingand
p.m.,. Prayer Meeting, Our Mrs. Olin has returned to "Moving a few months ago. A-Day Vltaword program whereby Morgan Road Baptist Sunday family Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wednesday- p.m. Alachua General Hospital, The"Kingdom Heirs" will be sing-. they memorize a Bible Verse each School-10 a.m.. Worship Services11a.m. Carter and family,Mr.and Mrs.Lane
Faith Baptist: Bible School-10:00 Gainesville, for further treatment. Ing for our FELLOWSHIP NIGHT day while having their meals. "Thou and 7 p.m., Training Unlon-8 Carter and family, Mr.and Mrs. Earl
a.m., Worshtp-n a.m. & 7 p.m., Work day will be this Saturday. Jan. 13. Eating will be promptly at 7 Shalt not live by Bread Alone, But by p.m:, Prayer MeetingWednesday7:30 Denmark and family, and Mrs. Obal
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday-7 p.m. Jan. 12. All who can participate p.m. with the menu being Chill/Soup every word that proceedeth from the p.m. Mae Leverion and family, of
First Baptist Sunday School-9:45 please contact the minister for type of furnished by each family. The publicis mouth of God". Northslde Baptist Sunday School-Id Jacksonville, and Miss Debbie
a.m., Worship-ll a.m., Training work to be done. Invited to the Special Music. Let us all thank all of you for the a.m., Worship Services-11 a.m. and 7 Phillips of Monlac, Ga., were
Unlon-6 p.m. and night servlce-7:30 Happy Birthday In EARLY The"Singers of Heart"will be sing Christmas gifts and the gifts for our p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday7p.m. Christmas dinner guests of their
p.m., Prayer Meeting CHURCH this past Sunday was in ing for the Lawtey Correctional Institute new son, Donald Gene. Your love and mother, Mrs..Lola Carter.
Wednesday-7:30: p.m. honor of Moire Carolyn Love who was the last Sunday In January for care has been precious. Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Sunday ** *
Grace United Methodist: Sunday six years old on Christmas Day. their 3 p.m.worship service. Highland BaCUstl Sunday Schcol-9:43 School-10 a.m.,Worship-ll a.m.and 7 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Mr. and
Sr"f>Ol-9''m B m Early' Church 10:30 special and e p.m., Prayer Meeting Mrs. Manuel Martinez and daughter,
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.. .. Next Sunday will be an Important The church Is having a a.m. a.m.
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1: -.: ., J'II.'I L' __ 1'__ -' : !.,, -. Eugenia, visited relatives In Decatur!
ana Atlanta, ".., over the weekend.
Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach,
came down and went hunting with
Tom Tatum, Jr., on New Years Eve,
HO I N G and he visited with his aunt Miss

r Elizabeth Terry on New Years morn-
ing.She went home with him and they

,.- brought her home on Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Koontz were
," Christmas dinner guests of their
.WESTCLOX CHARM nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
"ALARM CLOCK ; Barbour and family, and their sister,

,.Slnglekey wind.Large DETERGENT Mrs. Opal Lewis.
numerals. No. 15029 Reg.4 99 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and family -
11 12 32oz. size. Mr. and Mrs.Bill Wise,of Hampton
099 Z 1 r k i./ Pink Reg. 69'ea.Lim.l or Lemon. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wise and
9= loop ? T 2 C t sister Brenda, of Kingsley Lake, Mr.
3 FOR and Mrs. Donny Wise and sons, were
..' Christmas dinner guests of their
.J PADDED mother and grandmother, Mrs. Pur-
ENAMEL s % BARSTOOL vis Brown on Christmas day. Other
l guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nor-
SPRAY PAINT
man and family, Mr. and Mrs Larry
t3-or.aerosol spray 30" Walnut-finished d KORDITE Brown and daughter, Michele, Mr.
In assorted colors. wood legs & vinyl and Mrs. Mitchell Brown, Mr. and
Reg. 1.49MR. '_ covered seat. Reg. 12.99 TRASH BAGS Mrs. Ray Rosier and Debbie, Mrs.

June Brown, Jimmy and Paula.
e AUDIO STAND 99 PackCJ"S.33-gal." Mrs. Pauline DeVore and Mrs. Lin-
99. 471/r"x 141"x '/:', plastic bags & ties. da Atkins were Saturday dinner
easy: to assemble, on rollers. Reg. 3.79 Limit 1 Kordlte"LARGE guests of her son-in-law and daughter,
TV STAND,32"x15H"x22"easy
rwi TRASHi Mr. and Mrs. Bobbv PattmtnnMrs. .
ASSORTED -- Hazel Bradley and son, Corky,
COFFEE 'to.3 assemble SHELF on BOOKCASE rollers BAMBOO 288 were Christmas dinner guests of her
{ brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and
NORELCO '
271/s" x 1lW x291/4".
BASKETS Mr.
Mrs. Lloyd Grlffis and family.
to assemble on rollers.
COFFEE FILTERS easy
Reg. 28 99 'afv Attractive 11")(1 1" and Mrs. Lacy Brown were their supper -
Disposable paper filters { pa wastebaskets. Choice ol' guests. .
box ol 100. Reg. 99< Limit 2 Affilk 88 decorative stylos. Reg 2.49 Wayne Hardee. J.D. Padgett,

wet Faron Carter, and Reggie Padgett.
591t a p s 1 YOUR 1 88 GLASS PLUS and their families gathered at the
CHOICE 8111 Maxville Fire Station to celebrate a
141111 l CLEANER5SHELF successful year 01 hunting. They had
I + a' a good venison barbecue prepared by
1 t" .. 32-oz.t trigger spray J.D. Padgett 00 STEEL .iJ ASSORTEDPICTURE bottle. Reg. 1.49 the Maxville Fire Station on Saturday


TRASH 32 GALLON CAN SHELVING 5odjustab'eshelves' FRAMES Llmt1., I Daniel Mr.night.and and Cynthia Mrs. D.R.spent Brown Friday until and

Heavy duty plastic construction give. you a lot ol storage S"x 7"or 8"x 10" 8 8 i Tuesday (New Years Day) with their
with lit' tight' lid. Reg. 8.49 space for little floor metal, or leather-look mother, Mrs. Lila Brown, of Terdido,
17.99
space. Reg.

688 m ramea.ReS9 Ala.Mr.. and Mrs. Jerre Starling of
1288 Starke, were New Years dinner
guests of their parents. Rev. and Mrs.
eachAIR Charles Starling and family. .
GENERAL ELECTRIC Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse, Billy. '

CONDITIONER MINI BEAN POTCERAMIC 1 HOUSEHOLD PLASTICWASTEBASKETS Terry and Mike Sykes and daughter
I I LIGHTs STANDARD Bettencourt'and
or FURNACE poi. Christina, Mrs. Joyce

FILTERS Replace your dirty Itersl LAMP //I/ ', t'I'' 1 40-gl.spmtopor r BULBS Jacksonville family, Mrs.attended Elinor a birthday
her birthday
for Marie Hart, on 15th
i i 44-qt. slide top style. e party
Many popular sizes In stock .. .
1-inch tnick. Reg. 89* ea. :::'Atzr2Z Attractively assorted colors styled.with REG. $4.49 ... : J .I _. 75 b 0 Sunday;Jan 6. '
| Shinn and
F 't' Mr. and Mrs. Donald
2/-JOO matching sriade. 33 f PACrJ159soltWhite pK. daughter, Sherre spent several days
Q Reg. 9.59 3 at the home of 'their mother,. Mrs.
FOR | M.L. Stancil of Charlotte, N.C. While
11 there they did some work on their
house there.
Mrs. F.L. Roberts of Jacksonville
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS spent Thursday with her sister. Mrs.
SLIDE RULECALCULATOR LLOYD'S AM/FM 5-SUBJECT FLAVOR ROAST' John Tye.
8-TRACK PLAYERLED NOTEBOOKWirebound I Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling spent
Has 200 sheets GJ PEANUTS New Years Day with their son and

LED display with trig Indicator.program Side- a. & 5 dividers. Reg. 2 49 16-02. of & daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank.
: Jar crispy
i memory functions. .- loading. No. Starling and family, of Bryceville.
delicious nuts 1 69
Reg.
No. TI-30 Reg. 17.99 V150Reg.49.99 139 Mrs. Pam Talley and children of
,
Limit Jacksonville. spent Saturday after
09
1499 / noon with her mother. Mrs.John Tye.
449912FOOT 1
PACK Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and daughter.
OF 200 Donna Sue, spent Sunday afternoon
t, her mother, Mrs. Daisy Thomp-
L TYPING PAPER ... .."' : with

APFDISPLAYCALCULATOR Quality bond 8'h"x 11" TYPEWRITER son.Mrs.. Laura Manning of Birm
paper Reg 1.49 PAPER I ingham. Ala., spent a few days with
BOOSTER COAST her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
991PLANO Mrs. Harry Wilkerson.Mrs. .
CABLESTough
10 with
digit' display minus
Pierce Crews, Mr. and Mrs.
& overflow symbols. Reg. but flexible BATH SOAP fiii
E.A. Sapp. and Mrs. Mavis Ward
79 99 No. MK160 plastic covering. Reg. 7.59
S-O2 deodorant' bar.
visited Mrs. Marian Sapp in Bradford
6999 y refreshing: scent Reg.'" County Hospital on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
42 439 3-TRAY 59' Limit 2 of
Eula Bary and! Julie
TACKLE BOX 2 Jacksonville and Tommy, Jr., of
Louisville Ky., visited Mrs. Harold
Q Q Roomy Interior has ,. BARS 79 Eunice on Saturday afternoon.'
FAMOUSBRANDWATCHES
18 compartments. +
6 Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan attended
Hl-lmpact Styrene at the home of Mr
a cane grinding
: No. 5630
PANTYHOSE -- I Whilehead Lake
Dependable timepiecesin Reg. 8 99 I and Mrs. A.B. at
i. Stretch style 1 size Butler on Tuesday afternoon.
an assortment olmen's .
Ins all.Choice Miss Erin Braswell of Indiallantic
& 'ladies' styles. 18INCHBARBQ
Reg 34 88 shades.No.300 GILLETTESUPER Beach. spent a week with Col. and :i
Reg.79' GRILL Mrs. Wm. Wilson. <

2888 flfi Baked enamel flrebowl 1, CRICKET I (J P Miss Michele Eland of Keystone

59 4 rust resistant grid. Brass Disposable butane lighter. Z. ,_...,, Heights. spent Sunday afternoon with .n
lone legs. tk y Assorted colors. Reg. 99 I :;:: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. .'
Reg. 5 99POLAROID C< Limit I Mrs. Vickie Revels and son Dt>Witt. *
WATT
VIP PRO 1250
of Keystone Heights. visited her '.
HAIR DRYER grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Lea Motf
TRANSMISSION 77"EVEREADY Clellan Saturday afternoon. >
2 speeds& 4 heats' J!
Bill and Ray Wilson and Miss Erin
with styling nozzle.No. T10quickdeveloping
iiiI SX-70 FILM
FLUIDFor \
P12-T Reg. 14 99 Braswell and Miss Hjalmar McMilUm
C!:! malic use transmission In aute>- color' _/ \ \ I spent two days in Savannah. Ga.. as ,'
59 Instant prlnls. :
1088 32-oz.can.Reg.89* rys..nrwr::; ;. / guests Randy of George Reddish Huggins., of Starke. visited .'

,- # 559 9-VOLT his grandparents. Mr. and !Mrs. l.os '>
McClellan on Monday. "
VIP PRO HOTCURLING TURTLE WAX !Mrs. Fred Moore. !Mrs. Grace Norris .
SYLVANIAMAGICUBE BATTERY nnd Mrs. Mamie Lou EdwardII\ | '
LIQUID I .
BRUSH Heavy duly great for were New Years dinner guests, of f "
Gives your car long lasting waxfinish. radios calculators & a volt Mrs. Edwards' son and d rtaiiRhlor "
On/otf switch dual heat. 18-oz. bottle. Reg. :209 suer Oim ." I
swivel cord & ready light Pack or 3 cubes '. more. Reg. 1.89 aims. law Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Edwards. of
No VP.HCB Reg. to 99 129 a PACK Kingsley Lake. :" .
159 Ml1nl-U + Mr.! and Mrs, T.C. Raines of '.

899 ., 119a were guests! of I their cousin' 1 I.I.lelrOtCe.
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!IlC: :'': ENLARGEMENT relatives because of the death. nf I heir
Bring in your'tavorite aunt !Mrs. Edna, Harvey St<\'iIl.y. .'
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special priCe II .' Mrs. Fred Moore and !\Ii'll. Drew; !
I Reddish. and her mother. !Mm.; ,' .
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111 It> Chris Marsh is New Clerk at RaifordThe I


,. Raiford City Council Tuesday under the MRS Development Disability gram soon. The workshop program,
night Jan 8\ awarded its city clerk program, requested use of the when started will also Involve train.
position to the low bidder, Chris RaRord Community Center fon Ing of adults by state workers to teach
Marsh who offered to take the job at recreation and "schooling" sessions the workshop skills,
i l y+ the "same pay as th4 city coun-: for the clients.He .
t cilmen"-SO: per! month. said the number of clients In the
Two other bids each for $'75 per Raiford area (currently estimated at UCI Jaycees Lauded
month were received from Wayne around 80 males ranging ill age from
Roberts and Peggy McDowell. All Z2 to 70 years) had grown to the poIntthat Mayor Griffis and members of the
bidders reside in Kaiford. HRS wanted to provide sheltered council: commended the Jaycee
Mrs. Marsh, who co-owns: and workshop facilities for them. chapter at Union Correctional Institution
operates the Hi-Lo Store just north of The council: agreed for the use of the for donating four $50 gift certificates -
Kaiford at the Intersecdn of State community( center for recreation and for needy families in the
Roads 18 and 121 agreed to have schooling but hesitated to give permission community before Christmas and
/ regular hours at city hail from :2 to 6 for a workshop involving one $150 donation which was dividedand
; p.m. on Thursdays and to devote touts and other equipment. MayorJ.D. given half to the hospital and half
whatever other time is necessary to Griffls filled the gap by offering to the funeral home In behalf of a local
perform the duties of the office. Mrs. the group free use of his former store family. The Jaycee inmates at UCI
Marsh and her husband Jim Marshare building which vacant at this time. raised the money with car washes and
currently purchasing the Hi-Lo Mr. and Mrs Elbert Thornton other activities. They have also offered -
1't 'Y Store. operators of one of the largest!: foster to take on the maintenance of
Katherine Alvarez, Raiford clerk home,with 16 clients, and olehr foster the Raiford Community Center and
ever since its incorporation in 1971, parents present were satisfied with city hall as a project. Mayor Griffis
: said she would take the handwritten this arrangement and said it was said, and a be written by
A minutes of Tuesday night's meeting, planned to start the recreation pro the city expressing Its appreciation.
I but would not participate in any training -
or breaking-ln sessions for the

_. j new Calvin clerk.Griffls Jr., serving as Always Ready To Serve

spokesman for a group of families
It's Elementary... providing foster homes for clients
Calm And Friendly

These 13 Sonthsitle Elementary hluilfnls! will take partin Each week three elementary schools from TV' 4's) 17
('hannrl 4's TV program "It's Klfinrntury' to be shown county coverage area participate In 'ant-paced bruin Lawley Dixie Youth A Calm And Friendly Voice Answers Your Phone Call
al 1(1:30( : a.m this Saturday Jan 12, on Channel 4 (VVJXT leaner games and skill exercises that viewers at home can
TV). also play along with. Some of the games Include the To DeWitt C, Jones Funeral Home At Any Hour Of The Day Or Night.
League MeetingDixie
"Memory Game," "Word Factory" "Mad math" and
Tilt HtudentK are (I.rl): First rowDoug/ Cockerham. "Get the Picture."All are designed to encourage reading, ComfortThis
Amy DowlinK. Louise O'Quinn, and Hon grown Secondrow mathematics science and social studies skills appropriate Little League will have a
Timothy Wlcr, Jt'nllir..rhet'lpr.. Ron Thomas to the 4th 5th and 6th grade levels meeting on Thursday Jan. 10 al the Is An Introduction To The Comfort That Comes From
Kvfllr (.ialnl''', Shelly Jo Hall. Third row- Greg( Wiggins Terri) Ferllsi. a former elementary school principal. and school at 7 p.m. They will have a carWash
l.orelta Austin Jackie Davis Brad Stra bll'. JackieNgugen teacher at St.Joseph's School In Mandarin In Jacksonv.. *, and Wax on Saturday,Jan. 12 to 'nowlng That Competent And Friendly People Are Serving You.
( and Klrprhen Akriilgp.\ is host of "It's Elementary." be held on the Lawley School grounds
beginning at 10 a.m. Immediate AnswersThe


DeWItt C..Jonas Funeral Home Staff Are PreparedTo
. ...6 Hampton Highlights '#. .#.. .6.. .
Leave Immediately To Answer Your Call./
by Dolores Meng have transferred from Southside in
Phone 4aa-1915! Starke. DeWitt C. Jones
Holidays with her parents, Mr. and grade Jan. 2. She has been going to Benton Futch
Bookmobile Mrs. Otis Millenbine in Orlando. the Keystone Heights school. Harold Johnson Steve
Every Tuesday between 12:30: and Mr and Mrs. Gerald Adkins were Mindy Hersey is a new student in Angela D'Augustine entered the 1st Futch
2:30: ( pm the Bradford County happy to have all their family visit Mrs. Mindy McClean's 4th grade. She grade Jan.'8, along with her sister,
Bookmobile serves the public at the them during the holidays. recently moved back from Ocala. Kelly a 4th grader, and Kevin In Mrs.
Hampton Post Office parking lot. Mr and Mrs. Jerry Lard of Mar- Claudette Peterson's 5th grade class. DeWitt C. Jones
ingouin. La., visited their aunt and Susan Waters was welcomed Jan. 7 They recently moved( from St.
Senior CHI/mi uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins, to Mrs. Jean Clark's 1st grade class. Petersburg to the Prevatt chicken
The Hampton Senior Citizens had a last week. Her brother James, came as a 3rd farm. Funeral Home
well attended meeting last Friday Mrs. Kenneth Crawford and grader in Mrs. Arleen Rich's and Starke Keystone Hgts.
when they elected officers for their children Regina, Dawn and Chris, Mrs. Melanie Steidl's class They 964-6200 473.3176
Club Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan was visited their former neighbors Mr.
reelected president; Mr. William and Mrs. Gerald Adkins, on Wednes
Lahn is vice-president and Mrs. day.
Lillian flail was elected secretary and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prevatt o
treasurer. Their next meeting will be Bradenton were recent visitors o
held on Friday, Jan. 18, at 2:30p.m.: in their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
the City Hall. Gerald Adkins.

4-11 Club HAMPTON: LAKE NEWS FREE TIMEX

Miss Donna Mowry reported on the Happy Birthday
meeting of the Hampton 4-H Club held Connie Clark celebrated his birthday
Monday evening at the home of Mr. Jan 2.Michael.
and Mrs. Harold Waters. William Meng celebratehis
Kim Smith held the American 18th birthday Jan. 6 with a famil
Pledge while Donna held the 4-H party.
Pledge The ten members included Paul Joseph Meng celebrated hi JUST SAVE $500
Cindy Alderman and Khonell Estes 20th birthday Jan. 1 in combinatio
who were welcomed as new with the New Years celebration. H
members. Project books were left on Wednesday for Chattanooga
distributed and discussed.. Tenn where he is enrolled at Ter ,.
Refreshments were served by Ava nessee Temple. ..
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Newman Doll and Lynn Waters. Mr and Mrs. Ed Spell and Steve .__ p ...:;:;; .1.

Their next meeting is scheduled for and Mrs. Viola Lefebvre spent th ..., .t( .. ..;-- II, '
Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. at the Waters home. Christmas Holidays with Mr an .:'.0. \\ \2 \ 10 "tI' .. .. ,
Their phone number Is 468-1168 and Mrs. Edward Fitzpatrick and Tamil 2. 'f._II
may be called for more information. in Tampa. Viola stayed on for an e> .. }-I.-- .1J'T:
tended visit with her son's family. '. -'r 3
Congratulations Mrs. Virgie Barksdale returne ii\o tam" 3 ',-,
David and Charlene Griffis of home on Thursday after spending tw 7 p
Graham are the proud parents of a weeks with her brother and sister-ir : _
baby boy, Keith Brackston Griffis, law Mr. and Mrs. A.K. Thomas i
born at 9:14 Jan. 5 at Alachua Avon Park.
: p.m. '\
General Hospital in Gainesville. He Among those spending th \ a 'J- \5' .4 :
weighed 8 Ibs 5 oz. and measured 20 Christmas Holidays with Mr. an '
inches. Mrs. Bernardo Baez and family wer "
Paternal grandparents are JamesA. Manuel and Christina Perez of Orlar -- _
and Julia Griffis of Graham. do, Lloyd and Mildred Lials of Miam ; r 1'. --t Ji" I ''

Maternal grandmother is Mrs and Lillian Lials, a University c IiIf y ,
Marcellme of Florida student -- -- .
Campbell Hampton. 2 : .. .. .. -- -- -
Paternal great-grandparents are Gerald Meng accompanied LIs J
Alfonso and Mary Taibi of Graham Newman of Tallahassee and Tom EC
Maternal great-grandmother is Mrs. wards of Alabama to Miami wher
Clifford Prevatt of Hamplon they attended the Orange Bowl fool l
Charlene and Keith returned homeon ball game New Years Day. They als a f
Tuesday. drove to the Keys before returnin 1 1 a1 w .
home. Tom celebrated his 22nd birtl M
Birthd.i day on Jan. 6 at the home of hi a
Mrs. Helen Baker'celebrated her parents in Starke. .1 I f : II f i k .. @?J) & + .
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birthday Dec. 28. Mr and Mrs. Alan Myers and son ,
Happy Birthday to Alice Faye Michael, of Royal Oak Mich returned ;, r.e1 I
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Waters Jan. 9 weeks home visit on with Friday her following parents am twi, 7 9 10 11 ; ] ] 17W ].

loot alestinKMrs. family Mr and Mrs. Edwari.
Josephine Fontaine returned Clayton.
home on Sunday after one week of They all had Christmas dinner will!
As little as$500 added will entitle
to a new or existing account you to '
testing and treatment at Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Taibi ii a free Timex clock or enable you to buy any oF these famous clocks or Tie FInt depoott to a new or existing With each :.
County Hospital. Graham Others attending the reui watches at a big savings! Plus you can choose from afull-rangeoF Your wvhtgaucountquaBBntvutom.r additional
mon were Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Bake high! Interest savings plans.Some gift quantities an limited, so don't ch Olce a for one Cllt or one cIIKotlnt d.podtot
and Alicia Mr and Mrs. Dmk
\1 isilor* Baker wait another minute. Come in now and get your timely gift from the purchae.foUO>WI $100 or maN
Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Mellon at tend Angela and Edward of Hampton. friendly folks at Guaranty Federal Savings.
ed the 92nd birthday party of her "e"Ma Here's how S500 slooo ssooo. PAY ONLY
(Nornailorphanerequesbplease ) I
mother !Mrs Rose Parson. Dec 2a! Hampton Elementary; sews
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Otis Students returned to school Jan : i ESLE 2. Timex Alarm Clock GIFT GIFT $4.95
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Melton in Starke Besides a decorated sporting their new Christmas clothin) Each Insurable Account Protected Up To r...._.._ 2. Timex Electric Wall Clock $1.95GIFT GIFf GIFT 6.95
cake and other refreshments, gifts and carrying some of their gifts. The) $40.000 By The FSLIC. An Agency Of The I _t_ 3. linden Travel Alarm 6.95 $4.95 GIFT 8.95

and greetings Mrs. Parsons was happy had many interesting stories to relaKregarding Federal Government. ___._ 4, Copal DigItal Snooze Alarm 8.95 6.95 GIFC 10.95
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to receive a birthday card from their Christmas Holidays.
President and !Mrs Jimmy Carter1 Mrs. Noelle Silk's Kindergarter
Mr and Mrs. Clarence W Melton class was especially happy to sec Register to Win an Elegant 5.Timex Woman's Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT U.95I
celebrated their 24lh Wedding Anniversary their enlarged playground with the I Clock! Timex Woman's Watch 9.95 7,95 GIFT U.95
also Dec. 29 with a trip t to<< nice new fencing and big gate. This Is : I Anniversary 7.Timex Woman's Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT U.95
Tampa. designed for better maintenance and I W' i f, Timex Woman's Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT U.95
Mr. and Mrs Leonard Melton of this project was sponsored by the _. Beautiful braw-and-glaM! Kundo 9.Timex Man's Walch 9.95 7.95 GIFT U.95annlVenaryciocklobeglven.w.yloa
Spring Hill visited his parents and attended PTA with funds obtained from the a 10.Timo Man's Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT U.95
the party for their grandmother Holloween Carnival. '.41 lucky winner. Entrants must be 18 years of 11.TirMx Mart's Calendar Watch 0.95 8.95 GIFT 13.95
1 age or older to eligible. No depodt
Mr. and Mrs. Edward New Student requirement and you don't have to be ?
Fontaine.
pment to win. Th*drawing for the winner U.TirMx Mart'a Calendar Watch 10.95 8.95 GIFT 13.95wUlbeheldonMonday.March3.1'980.t
Michael and Janet, left Jan. 2 for Jill Powers enrolled at the school tJ.TimexMom'aCaiendarWatdl 14.95 U.95 $7.95 17.95
their home in Oxford Conn. after Jan. 2 as a 2nd grader along with her the Home Office of Guaranty Federal 14.TIme, Man.Calendar Watch 14.95 U.95 7.95 17.95
spending the holidays with their brothers Rob, a 3rd grader, and Savings. Winner will be notified by mail. 15.Timex Woman's Watch 14.95' U.95 7.95 17.95
in the
Johnny Kindergarten class.
mother. Mrs. Josephine Fontaine
16.Timex Woman Watch 16.95 14.95 9.95 19.95
They have been attending school in
and their daughter JoAnn.
18.95 16.95 11.95 23.95
Mr and Mrs. John Bawek. Brenda Jacksonville.Nikkl -wry--- r-- 18.TImexWaomarieCDWhldt '.
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Union County High's Tigers ate a Tiger1 I Head Coach Jimmy Thomas, was among "the people who had /St i
: covered dish aupper and ended their praised as he concluded the banquet. ,play out of poelUon'"' in. playing
on tq ,ry football year with a banquet in Lake "We tried to make things happen asa defense as well as tight end. First
p[ l Butler Thursday night Jan. 3. team and tried to make things hap-' team all area defensive back Terry
25 Tiger took home memento's for pen as Individuals,"Thomas had said? McDowell won the secondary award
as Head Coach Jimmy Thomas said earlier,' and four Tigers were awarded given by coach''Randy Register, The
"sticking it out and working to get special trophies from the coaching\ player chosen by his teamates Ui*'
something out of the program."- 12'I staff. After Tarry McDowell and Grljffis -. moat dedicated squad member' wadEd
first year players won letters while were praised for being All Suwan-- Vames, receiving his award from!
other players who I had lettered In nee Conference and All Area selections Thomas. :r:
.tt other sports, including three year 'offensive line coach Lanier, Thomas thanked the athlete
football letter-winners Kevin A. GriP Clyatt gave his award to Junior Jlnri- boosters and cheerleaders for their
It fis and Jimmy Norman, received, my Norman, saying Norman "had a support, and singled J out team cape
bars. heart to match his size." lairs Griffis and Donald Jones, along
A" BIG'Pin'' "0.10 wasn't pleasant, we were" Defensive Line Coach Joe Register with trainers Jerry Wilson; GeiM\
j portaul and latent of his eight wins In a row with a Tuesday. frustrated but these guys stayed out gave the defensive front award to Raulerson, and Jimmy Archer, and
j Bradford High heavyweight Allen Scott got the most Im. night that pin mat shot BHS past Macclenny 33-31. .there and grew with the experience," Griffis, saving the two-way standout. managers Donald and David West t.sTop -

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I By Richard Smith VmnUf turmmrti ...... .. (M) td. ,Fnrall liUin The only winners for the Tornadoes, 1,
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; Student Journalist -(Pals) -N1, n. (IHI)..M.ltl.Nut.frt Wheeler, '" ,
Nugent Skip
were Danny
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f ,...._(C..I)_, I.,..,P,114-iN.N.1PHI' ( ) Richard Flynn, and Allen Scott, who .
The BUS wrestling team returned 01..w.d WINN..OIP1' IM-Motenwl(M).d.. ..N,..,I4-I got a forfeit. .
: to the mats after a Christmas holiday Ip.M..r(PI,..M4 Mid._*,
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lIMnwn((01') 9-0 winner in the 121
was a
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layoff to split the two matches they WHOM had, ., (COIl"'I J toll. hat match with Wheeler followinghim
llTK.lt(COIl)win by tariMtt t.04.' .. pound
Pals wi.b
were involved In, losing to Ocala: fefMtt...- ,&,(INS).|...< V..fc,.nil.,( ) with an 8-4 decision. Flynn won a +
Forest, Friday, Jan. 4 in Ocala, and JV l.mm..,. ....01.... (01)) ....** HIMIcllf, 14-2 decision at 140 to bring the Toro '
ending the week on a winning note, 113..wd1(PHI).lnm<.ttolmM....ltf-0..Iteutor.M nadoes to within 13-11, the closest they .
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beating Macclenny before a home pl ii< iiHimtJ !w. (M) M" *!Mcltollrcf
(M).... would ever get. Forest won the next 4 t fv
crowd in the BHS gym. ., Tuesday,Jan. five matches before Scott's forfeit in -I
7. the final match.

The wrestlers will be busy this O. Forest 40 Bradford 20 .......", ....0.,.... (Of) ..... '._11 !..: xF
week, as they have three matches ..... ,
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IOMIMwf (Ofl) Oran Ml 114.H..O.p.w(OP)
The BUS team traveled
scheduled, including two road bouts. wrestling to ..... 1..,... II.'! lai.Hiuxit (Pals) *... Imni 60 t111WliMter
Ocala: ,Friday night,Jan. 4,to take on (Pals)d...Mitchell..H O..tlmmtHm*(OP)
The will travel to Live Oak >
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returned to BHS losers in a hard *
home match,Friday,before traveling Wright....,...-IN...(Of).....Ml Ml \.,.v._
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; to Green Cove prings, Tuesday (D'I) by fwMti 2a1 ((01)) dfwl.4N t
Coach Harris said "would be loaded." 314.1 UNI.a..N(Pala)_by........ X

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out a two point win over the Wildcats 0IYrnu Pictured are Union High's football coaches and the They are: coach Joe Register Kevin A. Griffis. Head
Tuesday In the BHS gym. ( players who were awarded Individual trophies at the UCIIS Coach Jimmy Thomas Jimmy Norman, Ed Varnes,coach
Allen Scott was the hero of the grid banquet. Lanier Clyatt. Terry McDowell, and coach Randy ReglsteK
night, pinning Macclenny's Brain
Yarbrough In 1:00 in the final matchof

the the deciding evening margin., to give the Scott Tornadoes ran his The Lake ReQlonMONITOR Starke.Stars Crank Up Softball J i

unbeaten streak to eight with the pin. .
It was his sixth pin in six: matches -
with two forfeit wins. Practice and tryouts for the Starke under the leadership of coach Randall as well as the continued lack of l interest
After losing the first match by a Stars senior boys ((18-18)) Softball Davis and McGriff,who assisted that in other activities has renewed
pin, the Tornadoes got untracked and ..u.a.o The Union Cou1crqi1 team and the planned Starke junior club. "We've proved that small town interest In the junior boys programfor
reeled off three successive decisions.Bill boys (13-15)) team will start Sunday, softball can compete on the national 13-15 year olds McGriff said.
Green picked up a win at 107 Ibs. iiJi TIMESSUPPLEMENT Jan. 13, with the first session scheduled level," noted McGriff as he eyed the "Hopefully the success and ex-
to begin the streak. Next, Tod for 2 p.m. at the Madison Street coming season perience they gain will keep the youth
Samons beat Ron Stoutamire 9-2 field announced Coach Jerry McGriff. softball programs strong and keep
before decsioned Curtis For the first time since 1975 junior This year's I-18 squad will be com- them playing a large role in the com-
Danny Nugent TO BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH UNION be fielded Starke. posed of about dozen returners from recreation activities."
boys team will by a munity's
Adkins its of
to give BHS first lead COUNTY TIMES AND LAKE REGION MONITOR
The Stars senior boys team that the 1979 season (seven are still back McGriff said.
the After night losing, 9-6. the 128 la. match January 3, 19HO Section I. finished seventh in the nation last from the 1973 group). The loss of Both teams will again travel to the
Junior the Tornadoesthe season and 10th the year before with many key' senior boys players over annual large youth softball tourna-
lead Schoening with a gave of Joey Williams In state titles both years developed out the recent seasons(at least six: will be ment in Tifton, Ga. and again will
the final period pin of his 134 lb. match. of that original Junior boys program playing their final season this year) have shots at state and national titles.

Martin Hersey came up with a pin .
in the 147 lb. class to give the Tor-

nadoes a 21-13 lead.The Tornadoes D '

.... : didn't win another roatch-juntil-Frank.- .... .j(
{ .t.1 class.Swindell By won this by time forfeit Macclenny In:the 322 had Ib.?' *'Iiot'f-I.J: UQ"'S."fI" MicrThings Happen To Customers f' The

built up a 31.27 lead going into the
final match, in which Scott had to win
by a pin or a superior decsion to give CowboysEye
BHS the team victory.In .
JV action,Johnny Powell pickedup
the only win for the Tornadoes, Community State Bank of Starker
pinning his man In 4:48.Boyzie .


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fans with his point-producing jumpers W05 50'1>01> yOU r '
until 1978 will be back In the area as a This\ otter bank to take Weekdays T P.M.7 P.M.

Daytona Beach Community College set"p'\n our. dyourfamUy, our fine support i ; S.turd..9A.M." -s P.Mortroitswi
sophomore starter a couple of .' studio\ f or f' '
on occasions yoU an al\% of yoU abusiness reminder
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Of f 9 \ \ 1 p and. January 7th, 1980 And
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and the Scots (who took a 7-7 mark .c4r" we \lace: on \ .
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the road In Gainesville to play Santa Tampa Bay But?, our app to one I ree however to you, 4s* For Portrait
Fe CC Saturday. Jan. 12, and on of er\s limited\ \e prices- \"" our gift Secretaryril's
Saturday. Feb. 9, play Lake City CC While\ the reasonabl \orp ottra' / Offer
II was thought the football career of avo\\Cb\eatre\\ \ 8)\0 Co Our Customers And.
Both start at 7:30
in Lake City games : t h
Lake Butler's Curtis Sirmones was are
and division In the anything e.\ All Area Fteuaents. Tell
p.m. are games portraits Your
over when he sat out his senior year at purchase \ ,
conference which also includes FJC Y
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the University of North Alabama sled to your Frlendafor And
of Jacksonville, Seminole CC Valen- OblIg meeting\ Neighbors:
cia CC, and St. Johns CC of Palatka. after maybe knee; ilisn't.Scouta surgery. !but maybejust will took forward to Sincerely\ Jw OHfr'it limited To On.Par Firmly _
The Scots, who count staff
Perry among
from the BUG'Sand
Tampa Bay Our I
starters from last a
three returning
Mills
wOlin StudioExc4.live
Dallas Cowboys of the NFL came 'u.
season, were preseason favorites In .
to Lake Butler a couple of weeks ago ).
conference but that before
the was to eyeball the former high school and \ ,.
in last week's state
SFCC (number 3 G :
small college All American having .
; s eve President
rankings) burst I on the scene. ,
him run pass patterns, catch the ball Vice. .
and do body balance and change of : :
'baytona started slow, losing Us direction drills. "We do this with a lot ...: "
first five contests by a .total of nine of the people coming out. especiallythe
points, but won five In a row to break ones who were injured and missed I I
.300 before falling to Palm Beach CC part of their senior years"explained 5DGII\ns: 4 I ,
51-48 on the road Thursday night, Jan. Buccaneer scout Jack Bushoiski. .'1 \ "Call For Appointment January Tth, 1980 And After t."u I
31-The: rest of the season don't want to say whether Curtis .*.*i'
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the conference crown, with the winner would ever get drafted or not because v- 'I
taking a ticket to the state JUCO ;l don't want to put that kind of Be A State Banker Ir f !
tourney in Deland and the runnerup .pressure( on him. It's just to early to Help Support Your Community Community ,
hosting( the conference tournament tell. We'll check a lot of guy out and
with a second state tourney bid on the n-tbeswwe have to take Into consideraKUpirthe ,
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line. T other people available at his I .

r.G e're playing alright now," Perry ''Wwitton.I.We His (early'except normally at the aren't guys5 looking who' N I'T'[,' Y". .

salt) in a phone conversation last ,,' Itn't play In any of the all star games. ,{ COl, IMU ,
week, his shooting session In the gym i:: He do know that Curtis showed;that if/ w wii : :. ::
being Interrupted by the caller. J t had the size (&2 195), speed (4.38( ;
B admits "I was looking forward to getting sophomore and junior." Buihofskl did '
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away and I'm enjoying her*:" ffSry"hadT.not has,and
'Pea' as he's called by' fila Utter ,j i r nuurk by saying tuallfledthat :
DftCC teamates, is also looking fctt 9 T i la'something wed also have to con- A '
ward to moving on to another town( suffered three maj -' "ST AT J BANK
a eouple of yean 4ypne with' a mscollege .'. j at tiNA/ Hewwas:
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; basketball team, irStnnOll comment on) his foot

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w, Stephanie guard With Two VictoriesKeystone's
,.'' Wheeler
loads up an
outiiile chol. Lady Indians Just came three fouls as GUS closed the gap
She con- up short, 50-48, to Jasper Friday night down to four points. KHHS worked the
hound to be on the road, but rapped Gainesville margin back out to 39-31 at the end of
the Lady Ira- Monday night! 47-38 and struggled the third period and kept the advan-
dian'SSecondleading past Jax. Victory Christian Tuesday tage In final minutes even though
night for a 6-3 mark. Norwood sat much of the period out
.corert KHHS Coach Kathy Boatwright had and fouled out with a minute to go.
t behind San said"I think we're on the move now." Stephanie Wheeler dumped in 12
dra [Norwood after her girls powered past class 4A points and Belinda Fowler added five .-- !
with her play GHS but wasn't happy at all after the to the KHHS cause while Beth -d
Ian week. Lady Indians had a hard time getting Walrath had four points and eight re- <' I
11 weak Victory Christian.The bounds. KHHS limited GHS leading ',\ ; '
past !
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0' Friday. Jan. 11, game and hosting ..,...... 12 14 13 B 47
..... 1 Dunnellon Tuesday night, Jan 15. Oalmvlll 7 !. 7. :MKimON Full Speed Ahead pressure! while Mae Hollln. heads upcourt In the BUS girls'
Both games start at 6:30: p.m. *. MinmJ > >!.. Wln.l.r 5.1.55. Hope Jackson of the Lady Tornadoes dribbles past first-ever win over Clay High.
I ri MltV..MMnMl I..-4.1.40 ...... towtw 1.1.I.
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Keystone 37 Jax Victory 33 MIM I...1.Cta.. I.'...

"We looked horrible," Boatwright Win Over Clay
said of her club's second win In a row. The host Lady Trojans surged to a History-Making
"I started the bench and
we just 28-20 halftime lead and held Keystoneat
Diamond SignupsSet couldn't get going. Maybe I should time the Indians
bay every Lady
have brought them in one at a time." pulled close to win Friday night, Jan.
in Keystone
Norwoodand At .500
Regular starters Sandra 4, In Jasper. Leaves Tornadoes
Lady
Registration for baseball and soft- Stephanie Wheeler came in to hit The Lady Indians, who fell to 4-3 to
ball in Keystone Heights is beginningwith for 15 and eight points as the Lady In- Jasper's 5-2. cut the margin to 36-31 -

a registration table set up for the dians squeezed out leads of 6-4 and with a third period rush and then slic- "That was history."said Lady Tornado Mae Hollis' rebound shot In the se- Hawthorne 44 Bradford 35
and 21-16 at the ends of the first two
Jan. 12, 19
next three Saturdays ( ed lead I
Jasper'a to two points before senior Theresa Woody. And that cond period and leading by from two The BHS Lady Tornadoes were
McDavid could shake the
2 at periods. They never
26) from noon to p.m. visitors in the second half leading by long in the fourth period. But KHHS simple statement told the story of to eight points the rest of the way unable to control the balanced scoring
Park In Keystone. never could quite erase the advan- what had transpired on the Bits behind the scoring of Janette Easley the Hornets
gym attack of Hawthorne as
for the boys ana girls six heading into the final quarter.
Applications tage. "Everytime we had a chance to floor just moments earlier Monday (U5 points) and Hope Jackson (11 placed three players In double figures
be distributed in the Becky Rund topped KHHS on the
leagues are to tie It we'd miss free throw
a or Bradford to its big-
and high schools this boards with 10 rebounds while Nor- night.Bradford's markers), surged to beat Bradford, Thursday, Jan. 3, In
__ elementary something said Lady Indian coach girls had beaten Clay gest lead. 37-29 when Jackson drove Hawthorne."We .
offered League wood and Boatwright added
Betsy
are:
: week. Leagues Kathy Boatwright. For the game High's Lady 'Devils In varsity basket- the lane for a bucket with 3:31: show
:: for boys in kindergarten through eight rebounds. Keystone hit just four of 16 shots from didn't ball and
ball for the first time ever, escaping ing but instead of falling by the just play they
? seven years old, Dixie Youth Minor VkwyChrlstlan 4 12 a M the line while tieing the home side In 40-38 when a Clay shot rolled aroundthe wayside the Clay girls tightened up to (the Bradford girls) know it," shrugged -
== for 8-10 year olds; Dixie Youth Major Kayitana 4 IS 1 7 37 field goals 22 to 22. "We terri
played rim and out with just one second score eight of the next ten points. BHS coach Frieda Chewning."Wewent
:: for 11.12 year olds; and for the first .vc-.I.-. ble In the first half" Boatwright ap- With BHS missing foul shots as they down there thinking this was a
:::: year Dixie Boys for 13-14 year olds, MYtTOMNwOTW II. Wfc...... t. ......... 4.MMn praised. "Our first half defense was left.Monday's dramatic win partly at- tried to freeze the ball Clay took ad- class 2A team so we didn't have to
=: and a new senior league for 15-17 year .. ...,.. ::: olds.For and shut down their inside game in Hawthorne Thursday night and left seconds left on Rhonda Jenkins
=:: more) information on the programs Keystone 47 GIIS 38 the second half. They hurt us with a BHS hovering at the .500 level at-J-3. basket after a Bradford turnover. BHS's record fell to 2-3 with the
E call Keystone Rec. Association The Lady Indians bounced back couple of outside shots in the last half The Lady Tornadoes host Gainesville Bradford beat the Lady 'Devil press loss while the Lady Hornets upped
president John Harvin. from their loss to Jasper with a 47.38 but we had to give up something." High a 2-6 club that edged Bradford up court before Hollis was fouled. She their slate to 35.
I Monday night win over a class 4A The Lady Indians got 28 points and 41-40 to open the season, tonight, hit one charity shot for a 40-37 lead Hope Jackson led the Tornadoeswith
Gainesville High five that coach 12 rebounds from Sandra Norwood Thursday Jan. 10, and hosts 7-5 with 23 seconds left. A free throw 10 points, and was backed by
Kathy Boatwright called "better than six markers from Karen Smith, and Alachua Santa Fe Monday night with brought Clay to within 40-38 and when Teresa Woody, who chipped in six.
KIIHS BoostersTo two of the teams that have beatenus. five points and 13 rebounds from Bet- both games opening at 7:30 BHS missed again from the line with
Meet Monday ." sy Boatwright but with one starter out ten seconds to go and Clay controlleda rodferd I I 1 ( :M
"That's the best we've played," and Stephanie Wheeler slowed by the Bradford 40 Clay 38Monday's jump ball they had one last chanceto Hawthorn 7 12 U f 44
::: The Keystone Heights High School flu had links. ...,.. ..
Boatwright summed after the win some missing "Really tie with five seconds showing.Aftera lnNM* tectm 4 IMIIIl I I 4 OWmltor *
== athletic boosters will meet Monday up that's what makes me feel good game was close from J. MantofM*t-i-4. .... frfrO. wlIlI... .>.-,. W* 4f
over a 2-6 GHS squad she said has had Blue Devil timeout Clay guard
to end with the Tornadoes .
beginning Lady .. ....
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I. 5.01 .OOT HanhcrMH 1..1.
= Jan. 14, in the high school cafeteria at more of its share of bad luck. "Our about. I feel like we could beat them seizing an 11-10 advantage on Stephanie Kines worked free for the *Inlay..>..'Of"' .O, U.I.WMvwflwrmt .
::: 7:30: p.m. with the special program defense was excellent we really shut and we just weren't at full strength," shot but her 24 footer bounced around nv *..... *-t.12. ....... ...... Aw4.s .
::: featuring Pittspurgh Pirate pitcher off their inside It was a real Boatwright said. "Whenever you and fell off the front of the iron to .1-.. AfklmM, 4-1-11. SmMiO-0-ft. .urncwnlM .-.-,..
game. ........ .. _.. .. .... ,.....
:=: Rick Jones, formerly of Jacksonville. good team effort." 'walk in that gym you're down 10 preserve BHS' win. I *- $ lOVAlfl -
= Program chairman John Mc- The Lady Indians had to overcome points. They always get a big crowd
E Cullough lined up Jones who will foul trouble to sew up win after and the officials always seem to love "Well at times we played well, but
::: speak on the value of a booster club, producing a 26-13 halftime lead but them." Andy Seminick Heads we've still got to learn how to control "Cash
E field questions, and sign autographs behind the play of Sandrathendra Norwood K.,..._ 10 20 11 17 45Jeep. the ball." a relieved Lady Tornado Money"Brooker
::: afterwards. Jones is in his third jear (\8 points. rebounds) they held the ., U 12 I 14 MKIVtTOMI Post 202 Baseball Clinic coach Frieda Chewning said after the Recycling Is now paying

::: of major league baseball after signing Lady \Canes at bay. .. N._ HIM. ....Wl. 5..... W>...l.rJMM 13 major league veteran Andy final shot. 24' a Ib for all Aluminum
::: a pro contract upon graduation from ......WII.. I-el.w_/ .,.,. -.....,.. year cans
Jacksonville Forrest. Beth out Walrath much of and the third Betsy quarter Boatwrightsat with -5.3.53*. W. _.tb. 4.41 4455.. >.!.... ....... Oy ...... Seminick now Phillies a scout organization for thePhiladelphia Tracy Hankerson added seven and 22' a lb. for all scrap alumlnul'l1.Each ,
for BHS while Jenkins and
will headline the teaching staff at the points
Kines combined for 24 points for the Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Keystone Heights American Legion
Post 202 baseball clinic to be held In losers. HWY 18 In the heart of Brooker.
H I Union Girls Better Vs. Interlachen February.The Cloy 10 12 5 II 31 .
two day clinic for youths and "Get Cash
Bradford a"$il' a 7 t 0ClAY.
H Union County High's Lady Tigers Interlachen 47 Union 32 shoddy performance in the middle I> adult coaches is set for after school .- _,.. ....,.. .,......'....iO'..r.4-1.I! .,. ''I 'II In Your'Han'diT
? dropped their seventh and eighth two quarters when they were Friday and all day Saturday, C.1..... I.... 4r-k. I.H.X.....-,.,.
sz in a row last week but by hang- The Lady Rams powered to a 13-4 outscored 29-10! doomed them to the February 15 and 16, at Keystone's .'AOfOlo.octo......,.,I......,#515.f.No..... "
::: games ing tough after a poor start against In- first quarter lead and were on top 24-9 road defeat. McDavid Park. Cost for the two-day I1.5.1. ..Ci....d4,1.0-4.N.IS11.1.S.i........e.a For Aluminum Cans.
::: terlachen Tuesday night they pleased at halftime but Union played the second The Lady Bears led 42-20 after three session$10 for one person or$15 per 5. y 01
head coach Mickey Dempsey half even 23-23 behind the play of periods before Union outscored the family with more than one registrant. .
sophomore Gail Rogers who came up hosts 12-9 In the final stanza. Topics to be covered include: train-
Inr with 19 steals and 13 rebounds and defensive
methods batting
: "For the first time in eight games I junior Mary Paige McGill, who tallied "It was a switch, we've been play strategy ing offensive strategy fielding YouH want to remember
:S: can say I'm pleased" Dempsey said 11 of her 17 points in the second half ing good in the second half. Down and practice organization.
pitching
'- after Tuesday's 47-32 loss in Lake and brought down seven boards. Lady there we played good In the first
Checks should be made to:
::: Butler dropped UCHS to 1-8. "We Tiger leading scorer Anne Biddix had quarter then everything went sour," American Legion Baseball payable along with how they looktoday :
"
::: excellent ball. Asked what said UCHS Coach Mickey Dempsey."I .
; played an off night with just five points but the entrants name, address, and
Zi his squad did right Dempsey replied led Union on the boards with 11 rebounds thought we were finally going to phone number and mailed to P O. Box
a "Everything, we just didn score that run our offense... it worked the first Fla. 32656. If
sz many points but they were hustling, "Gail was all over the court" five or six times we did it right. Then 591. Keystone Heights family list all names.
3 fast-breaking, looking for each other "And everybodywas we just went back to the same old attending as a
praised.
Dempsey For further Information call Mac
...: on offense. I really just can't gripe on the boards." thing." Down 24.IS at the half Demp- McDavid at 475-2763.
::: tonight. If we play that way the rest of Inferloctwn 13 11 11 12 47Union sey emptied his bench and played JV
-- the year we'll be alright 4 S 12 It :32 players much of the third quarter.

INttHIACMN ......... ,.>.l.. 5. Molll.$ 4. .M.... f. Senior Anne Biddix again lead the
5 Union gets its shot at victory 'oy"'. l.......... t..k, WI/11./ ,.. 51.5.1,6 .. Lady Tigers on the Scoreboard with 19 Starke Exercise
E number two against Williston on theE UNION CO. ....*. .. ....,... Craw4f4 ..McCIIIl points while Gail Rogers topped the
road Friday night, Jan. II. Union beat .. ..!...!. rebounders with II caroms to go with Class Dates !MovedThe
Si the Lady Devils 28.24 to open theE four points. Biddix added nine boards schedule for the Starke Rec.
season. The Lady Tigers also play on Cross City 51 Union 32 and Page McGill also had four points. Department's exercise classes has

K: the road against Jasper Monday The Lady Tigers hung to within two, Union Co. 11. L 12 :32 been shifted to: Tuesday and Thursday ass
night. Jan. 14. at 13.11as the first period ended but a Cr...City 13 11 II SI. mornings 9:30.10:30: a.m. for
-- UNION K_".. ....... >. M4U I 1.. C_.., 1. regular classes 10:30.\1: ::30 a.m. for
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I Game Commission Arrest Change Still a Simmering Issue ... I IIt's


been just over three monthsnow many cases wasn't used anyway by In a letter 110 I( environmentalistsdated law prohibits giving us the power manager's are better left- to their hunting (gun and light) idoJ. ming
since the state's Game and Fresh managers who didn't do the October !J3 Brantley said "In But, we've had the power to arrest biological duties Instead of trying to here this year and last,year It made
Water Fish Commission took the ,dangerous work without the fringe reviewing the complaint (by the West since 19731" Schatz' argument fill two shoes. "When a man Is doing three fire-hunting arrests and,there
POWer of arrest from'\.ts Wildlife benefits that went along with Jt. Florida manage) It was evident that against the lack of money Is two-fold. both jobs both the management and were five doe-killing cases, four of
Management Specialists\! Schats did use his arrest power Wildlife Mana gement Specialists One he says the Increase in huntingand enforcement divisions are getting which I made."
i The issue is still simmering, maybe often. And he's outspoken about the were''not full-tlime enforcement personnel fishing license cost has filled the shortchanged. "Well, you can't expect a new man
more 80 in this area than any other In good It did for the Blanding reserve. and therefore'Ineligible for commission's coffers. Two, he argues Schatz argues the point. "My to match the efficiency oil veteran! ,"'
Florida. That's because Camp Blan- It's dumb when'you have to look the law enforcement status..The wildlife that the fringe benefits amount to only responsibilities as a manager didn't countered Melvin .In Tallahassee
ding's resident manager,Jim Schatz' other way" said Standing's seven- management specialist is not a full- $2,000 per man, and it would be suffer at all from doing enforcement. when told of Schatz"count. "There'snew
is keeping the argument on the front year manager. "As far as getting a time law enforcement officer as cheaper to give those to the 17 trained It fits right In." Schatz isn't alone in people In there learning an area
I I burner. Schatz probably used his tag number or something like prescribed in adapter! 943.10 Florida managers to continue their enforce his fight to have the arrest powers they haven't worked.,. ..that's just nota
powers of arrest more often than any say I can do now... it really doesn't' ,Statutes and Is therefore Ineligible for ment work than spend an estimated returned. A manager In the Tampaarea fair comparison." .
of the some 33 Wlldlflfe manager In mean anything. You have to be right the benefits that wildlife officers $19,000 on training and equipping new is also risking his position by One other man was asked how the
'Florida, making what he says was 44 there when It happens or nobody's go- receive." enforcers. Allocations for 35 new en berating the action by the commission enforcement on Blanding will work
percent of the arrests in the Blanding Ing to be able to make the arrest "It sounds tot; me like they're just forcement officers in Florida were Schatz said. And Steve Stafford, without Schatz' help-' Captain Frank
I reserve. Not surprisingly he's also a "The thing! about It Is that law en- groping for answers" charged approved by the state this year. He head Wildlife Biologist for the Johnson, the enforcement.supervisor
leading voice among the managers forcement fits right in to my other Schatz who. genuinely seems to be adds that the federal governmentpays 16-county Northeast Florida area for Northeast Florida. Ills answer
who want the power to apprehendgame duties. I can be checking up and lookIng much more an clous! to Just be able to three-fourths of funding of state while not criticizing the Commissionfor was short and to the point, "It'll work
I law violators. for Illegal 1 kills and things like that stop violations than to get any extra managers* through the Pittman- its action does agree that "it fine I've got the manpower to do the
benefits. "Flrsit they said the money Roberson excise tax on hunting items would be good for all game managersto job. I'm not going to get into art argu
wasn't there now they're saying state "so it would cost the commission only have the power of arrest and it ment over what should be done. I was
$500 for each of us." would be Ideal for Jim to have the told of the policy and I will work with
Brantley was available by phone power In Blanding. It's unique in that the change.
"It's dumb' when you have to look the Monday but a Commission It Is a high-pressure enforcementarea "I haven't checked any statisticsbut
spokesman in Tallahassee, Lt. that needs tighter control. It there's no reason to believe it has
other way..My responsibilities as a Florida Melvin, did repeat the reasoning needs to have somebody there with changed at all," Johnson continued
manager didn't suffer at all from doing behind the move as being the state the power to arrest. It would be good when pressed. "We'll handle If-just
enforcement Blanding Wildlife law. "Under state law you have to be for all of them to have it. Land ownersgo like a personnel change. We have to
In enforcement full-time (to get to the game manager when they adjust to and
Manager Jim Schatz said after his arrest Hun.t dates hazardous duty benefits) and wildlife have a problem and he ought to be this is just a minor fluctuation our
powers were stripped. managers were not full time" he able to respond to their request manpower, Johnson said the numberof
simplified. Melvin was surprised that Asked Monday how the new methodof hours his officers have spent in
so much has been made of the change. enforcement at Blanding Is work Blanding. and whether the numberhas
r & NotesDeer : "They're is so few people involved in ing Schatz said, "It's a mess.They In- increased without Schatz' help,
this... something like 35 managers in creased the man-power in Blanding has not been recorded.
the state compared to over 200 en- but what it amounts to is Duval Brad Nobody not even Schatz, would
while I'm doing my work (amanager's and tu rkey season ended Sun forcement officers. ford, and counties venture to whether not
That power was taken away on Clay aren't being a guess as or
/ Sept. 27, 1979 when commission Executive primary duties are day, January 6, for most of Florida. "You try to work two hats at once covered like they should. manager's arrest power will be
'. Director Robert Brantley Informed biological In nature; recording game However, it will continue throughJan. sometimes you get your head confused "To the best of my knowledge restored.! Schatz would only ttay-"' 1
counts, kill counts harvesting game 27 for the 1ft counties lying west *'
: managers that"The Commis- Melvin added, arguing that they're has not been one case of fire- sure hope so.
I sion ran into insurmountable difficulties feed, etc.). It just makes sense to use of the eastern boundary of Jefferson
In the additional game managers in as many ways as County. Qua and squirrel season will
securing you can. On the one hand they're try- end statewide*on March 9.
pay and fringe benefits for the
wildlife management specialists who ing programs to reduce like game reserve violations officers with *.* BUYING GOLD AND
COINS
were working." Enforcement part-time In officers law enforcement (volunteers who help game officers) SILVER
and rewards and on the other hand Waterfowl hunters will have until
receive extra benefits including a they're taking away." Sunday Jam. 20 to duck hunt in
pay bonus, for what is termed
Florida. Doe season ended for 1980
Environmentalists, including Inge on Sunday J an. e. Snipe season continues
"hazardous duty", and when a Hutchinson of the Lake Geneva, have until Feb. 24 and woodcock
wildlife manager in West Florida filed also expressed much concern about season until I IFeb. 10. firs O
a grievance to request the same the action, saying they fear the result 1;
benefits the matter was brought to a will be an increase in illegal game aii. * *
head. Brantley's explanation to the kills and the like.Spokesman .
managers was that the Commission for the Enforcement Dates for the spring turkey gobbler
couldn't come up with the funds to Division of the Game Commission season have been set. For turkey MOREFOR
give managers working In enforce- ,counter those arguments with pro- hunters In that portion of the state ly- 'COIN DEALER IS PAYING
ment (about 17 statewide Schatz mises that such an increase in violations ing south of SRSO the season will be -
says) the benefits, so instead they will not occur and say the from March 1 through March 23. For YOUR OLD COINS GOLD AND SILVER I
the manager's revocation of arrest In- ,
would take away powers was that portion of the state lying north of
power as an enforcer, one that in evitable. SR50 the wary bird may be taken
from March 8 until March 30. For the BUYING GOLD COINS BUYING SILVER COINS
16 counties i comprising the northwest
region the si eason Is March 15 to April Loa GOLD COil WE PAY 125.00 AND MORE 1964 AND BEFORE

8. 145.00 AND MORE PAYING 10 TIMES FACE
244 GOLD COIN WE PAY
* * 100 GOLD COil WE PAY SOO.OO and MORE HALF DOLLARS WE PAY 5.00 EACH

Sports Calendar Primitive- weapons enthusiasts in 4.00 GOLD STEW WE PAY 15.000 AND MORE QUARTERS WE PAY 2.50 EACH

the northwest portion of the state will 500CI GOLD COIN WE PAY 150.00 AND MORE DIMES WE PAY 1.00 EACH
be able to their during
pursue sport a
10.00 SOLD COIN WE PAY 210.00 AND MORE
special primitive, weapons only
i BUYING SILVER DOLLARS
iI I Thursday Jan. 10KE'STOSE season Feb. 2-17. Legal buck may be 20.00 GOLD COIN WE PAY 375.00 AND MORE
: JV at Green Coy MS basketball (5)) taken during this period. Hunters who
girls
BUY PRICES ARE fOR AVERAGE EXTRA fiNE COINS DATED 1935 AND BEFORE
: Gainesville at BRADFORD varsity girls basketball (7:30): use bow anti arrow will be required to
BRADFORD al Live Oak wrestling (7)) possess a valid archery permit and
I those with muzzleloaders will be required LET US CHECK YOUR GOLD COINS PAY NG$15 00
Friday Jan.l-- I .' /II.. >' to Have a m.uzzleloader, per- SCARCE DATES EAC AHD..MORE
MORE FOR
UNION gh-W V.-'tS( ). boys JV ((4\:141)\ : .boys V (M basketball Wlltteton-ir. "" .,mil. addition to regular, hunting tit 'i. WE PAY EVEN ,
BRADFORD boys JV (8:301>, boys V (l>..LI..e'Oakl' ti-atMitao, I.I '..<. license req uirements.s. "{.aLi''* ia. m "AND SETTER CONDITION I COINS: ;PAYING, EVEN MORE FOR SCARCE DATES". ... "/
I KEYSTONE at Dunnellon boy JV (5). girls V ((6:30). boys V (81> basketball AND HICHEI GRADE DOLLARS"
1 Lake Weir at BRADFORD wrestling (7)) ., .. .. .. .. ALSO BUYING ALL TYPES OF GOLD DAMAGED OR CULL DOLLARS SLIGRTLT LESS

The North American Game

Saturday Bell at Jan.KEYSTONE 12- girls JV ((8:30) Association Breeders and\ have Hunting its annual Preserve con- FREE COIN APPRAISAL FOR YOUR OLD COINS.

Monday, Jan. 14- ference Jim 7-11 in Orlando headquartered NO CHARGE AND NO OBLIGATION WHEN WE CHECK YOUR OLD COINS
UNION girls JV 8:30, girls V (8) basketball at Jasper at the Holiday Inn on Inter
UNION boys JV (&:ao>, boys V ((8. basketball at Macclenny national Drive. The conference will
Santa Fe at BRADFORD girls V basketball 7:30 feature pa nets and talks on quail production .u. s. ENTERPRISES
KIIIIS booNt rs'meeting with pro pitcher Rick Jones K1IHS cafeteria ((7:30) rearing game birds and dog
JAX. FLA.
Tuesday Jan. 15Calnesvllle training. It Is not necessary to be a
; at BRADFORD boys JV (8:301.> boys V (81> basketball member toattend., Information on the SILVER AND GOLD BUYERS
Dunnrllon boys JV ((5)). girls V (&::301.> boys V ((8. at KEYSTONE conferenc can be obtained from J.R. -rsecss .wsr vmer 1-904-733-2762
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. Tornadoes Fall to 1-8, With 2 Losses ; Host Gainesville, TuesdayBHS' =: I


Tornadoes continued an eight Jan. 15, against 9-4 Gainesville High season to that date the Tornado 21 rebounds to lead Uw llama to their William each scored four points,and In the first half really killed us. We
game losing skid with road defeats at School. basketballers still went down 10-43 to sixth win In a row and Into the state's just played poorly.: said Sexton. \
the hands, of North Marlon, .and, Eastside60-BHS43 a superior Eastslde five which won itstight 3A rankings at number 10. Quarterman added a driving lay-up Ram coach Mite Kirkman was ;. .-;:
Gainesville Eastslde, two clubs with Missed IaY-lIplland free throws kept sixth straight. BHS played gave Eastside the 10-point first-half. unimpressed with his team also, saying :: I -::;
winning records last week Eastside started sUrwIy. After the cushion the Rams can play much better. S ,
defensive against the taller
from seriously
the Bradford five game
The 1-8 Tornadoes visit Live Oak'i High Eastside High In Rams making it tough to get Inside, first period the Rama led just 108. Kevin Reddish\ cored two straight The,Rams have this season beaten ;::;,
Bulldogs Friday night, Jan 11. and challenging 8-2 But they hit four unanswered pointed baskets, one I lay-tip after a steal and two state ranked teams and won two ; N:
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Harris
I Gainesville tent night,Jan 4 but bullish EHS forward Larry
Friday a 15 foot Jump shot, to close BHS to
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home early in the second tournament titles
at Tuesday night, period to Christmas
again
play go up
!: and hauled down
Playing their best tame( of the still hit for 24 points 30-20 at the half. within nine points.34-45. early\ in the +
BHS I 11 1111.41 :;? .
BHS lost the third fourth period. ES quickly opened the ;
period 10-14 and*
the fourth 1316.Bradford's difference back to It points however."We've M.H ....*' *'*$3L"*14..u.1-1.7... :::;::":::;
Kevin Miller challenged improved great deal,but I Dooiar 000. Mill. $4-a. sass .1.1.; ,, ;-':',
Harris by getting 1J rebounds and don't expect anyone else to have got- nVSrld. $-.-*, Marks 24.. Totals) :j&j,
ten any worse." said Coach Mike Sexton 15-7-43. -5' j
eight points. Miller missed five or six i.
ta etc I del* Jo five 1*w3> McCrejy C11S. J CsjjI
cut into what could unimpressed with his team's per- Quartaman 3-1-I.Harrll f.5-24,'WIlli.",. :2
haven a good scoring effort. 'f rmance. 2H.II 1-1-4. NM| 1-2-4 .... !+*. 'Hlo
1 1, tit Y, ,t { 1i Playmaker-guard Frazier Bass ad- "Our inability to make,free throws *.... .o-a.. Totals 2"'*''. :;;::3jg II
ded 10 points Kevin Reddish and
Miller 8 each, Edward Hamilton 7, '
and Dwayne McBride e lor 8HS Bass Better Ideas for the 8Q& =
also missed several lay-ups BHS shot
Just 33 percent from the field,hitting 8 ::::If: :?:
of 26 shots in the first half and 10 for 28 "" :
in the second half. *:: .
,p 1:1 e Kelvin McCray tallied 13 and Ken ,; =--.:.:
T? W L_ I Quarterman 8 to add to Harris' effort /1' ss-r:;:::.*:1
for Eastside :
EasUlde controlled the boards, .........=..?!
often getting second shots, rarely J! I *
allowing BUS a second shot, outre- II
bounding the Tornadoes 52-28. iTi?
BHS was 7 of 18 from the free throw '-
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line and ES was 14 for 25. The BHS
performance at the charity line was I
hurt when McBride Miller, and r >r:>
Hamilton missed the front end of one- t .::
and-one free throws in the first half. sdIw/a r
Eastslde started slowly against 1-7 I 1'
BHS but Harris effort spark-plugged I
the Ram five. ES coach Mike
Kirkman substituted freely in the ear- i
>a /.' ly going to get his team going.
t .. The BHS cold period In the second '
1979 LTD 2 Door
period in which Harris and Pop
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Baby Tigers 5-3 After Crunching Hornets I


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The Tigers of Union High UNION CO-1. -.>..-e.M.*. ariffHI .. a.5.1S. .
Baby b _S.J..c. N.,.......
dropped a tight showdown game withunbeaten _s,I.Ab"
Cross City Friday night but

z+ 'rt'rtF came back to dust off Hawthorne Cross City It Union Co. 63
59-28 Tuesday night at home to get
It was a showdown game for both
back the track.
on right
sides. The JV Bears defending their
The second win of the
season over
the area's best JV team
reputation as
Hawthorne the UCHS
pushed Jayveesto
((74)) mark) against a Baby Tiger unit
with
s-3 road against
a game that had won its last three en route to tad a M
WUliston Friday night,Jan. 11 and a
4-2 slate.
County a
visit to
Macclenny-Baker The was that good said UCHS
Monday night Jan. 14. coming game t
up. Coach David Ross but the outcome

wasn'tthe Baby Bears escaped witha
Union 59 Hawthorne 28 69-65 win Friday night,Jan.4,In the

n The Baby Tigers had little trouble first game for both sides after the
+ at with the Baby Hornets, working up a Christmas break.

23-10 halftime letting It slip to "They are a heck of a tough JV
31-22 early In the esec half,but then team but we had a chance to win it

ing to the easy win with a solid towards the end," Ross said. Down
four quarter. 6945 with 11 seconds on the clock the
Now 5-3
Hawthorne closed to within nine Tigers appeared to have pulled within UCHS, JV's

'Pxt points with 2:25: to go In the third two when Lonnie Griffin snaked down The Baby Tigers of Union Co. upped their J V mark to 5-3 with an easy win over
i period but Curtis Smith hit an Is foot the baseline and shoveled the ball off Hawthorne Tuesday night. Staying off lie back of a Baby Hornet rebounder In

jumper and Lonnie Griffin scored: off the backboard. But, the official: ruled the win are UCHS',from left to right,Curtis Smith, Wally Oils, Tommy Robertson
a steal by Robert Holmes as the Baby Griffin had stepped on the end line and John Holmes.
Tigers pumped the lead back up to, before the shot. "I'm not saying
38-24 by the end of the third period. whether he did or didn't (go out of used the press to grab an 19-12 first Union Youth
Smith ended as the game's high bounds) but that sure sealed It for quarter lead but the Baby Tigers pull-
Set
scorer: with 20 points In his first appearance 'em," Ross noted. He also said miss- ed to within 33-31 at the break. Grid Banquet

; u Y since moving back to Lake. ing 15 of 30 free throws crimped An 18-7 third quarter advantage The Union County Pop Warner
t ,.,1 jet Butler from Mayo.In Union's chance for the win. propelled Cross City into a seemingly Football Awards Banquet will be held
\ a wild fourth quarter Union Led by the Inside power of Dennis comfortable 51-38 advantage but with Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 6 pm. at the
coach David Ross cleared his bench Robertson Wally Dilas, and Tommy what Rosa called "a great fourth Lakeside Community Center In Lake
early and the Baby Tiger reserves Robertson the UCHS JV stayed right quarter" Union pulled to within Butler;'

M were way too tough for Hawthorne's with the quicker Cross City team. range. Players and cheerleaders will
second unit,winning the fourth period Dennis Robertson popped in 14 points Griffin, and Woody Edwards hit receive Individual trophies to wrap up
..Inside Position 23-4: as UCHS won going away. Tom- to lead Union In his first start of the eight points apiece in the balanced the Pop Warner season with tickets -

Brothen Irvin and Rufus George have control of the board on this play my Robertson backed Smith with nine year while brother Tommy had 13 and UCHS attack. toeing S3 for adults and$1 for children :
agalnit Hawthorne Tuesday to get one of the Z2 rebounds they combined for. Irvln. points while Griffin and Woody Ed- DUas hit for 11. "We outrebounded The two teams meet again In Lake who were not players or cheerleaderslast

at left ended with 12 boards and a team-high 24 points. wards chipped in eight apiece. them and what really Impressed me Butler Tuesday, Jan. 29. season.
Hawthorn 2. 14 4 IS about our JV was that Cross City Union" Ca. 12" 7 37 M Also, the possible merger with the
Onion Co. S IS 19 2* ft came out in a man to man press and Cost City IS IS IS IS MUMIOHCO Union Co. baseball association will be

HAWTHORN....r>..ImWl. I.TxnM*.WllttoM, 11. pressed us the whole time. We handled .mi.n-t,.MMrw lK.Mid II.0.41115 voted on as well as the election of officers -
Two Minutes of, 32 1.,14,1...US S........... it pretty well" Ross praised. CC s.I. 1NL...a,.H.t.rtt.n .M._.....J.ll.h-.. for the 1980 season. .




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32 minutes In a high school physically we just couldn't have = : .
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basketball game but as Union's played with them."

Tigers learned Tuesday night it can Union County ,High coach David ..j'S
take as little as two minutes to lose Ross resigned himself to a fact that

other coaches In the area have also

one.The Tigers played Hawthorne to a had to acceptTliere may be no stopping _

59-59 deadlock during 30 minutes'and Cross City's 64, 225 pound I
12 seconds of Tuesday's game in Lake Eugene McDowell. The man-child, DAN RIVER

Butler but the hornets beat UCHS 8-0 still just a junior rammed in 32 pointsin
In a 1:48 second span late In the fourth just over a half of play to lead the 0 : I Itttr.S..Ea

quarter. That lull by the Tigers doom- Bears to a 90-43 whomping of the _, s t .
ed them to a 67-59 defeattheir tenth TIers Friday night, Jan. 4. "So far rtiw

straight in a frustrating year after a he a the best player I've seen this MULTI-POSITION VINYL CHAISE .
Friday night loss to tall Cross City. year" Ross said, and the Tigers have LAWTFXit

The Tigers play Wuliston on the met up with highly-regarded types WAS
road Friday night, Jan. 11, and visit like 6-7 Randall Leath of PKY, r 8 3 MO-MOM WHTTE SHEETS ST. MARY'S QUILTED BEDSPREADSATHTOWELS.1.97
I Macclenny-Baker County Monday shooter-deluxe Aaron Miles of 0 TWIN FLAT OR TOWELS -

1 night,Jan. 14. Williston's Devils bare- Newberry, and Williston's Keith Ed- IIITTRDIlHUTI 2 47 Mn 12.97
_. .
.., escaped UCHS early in the season, wards. "The best thing about him is UM upright m eol"tyo v weaeJ.r! DtBGOUHT I'AIC8
winning 61-59 in overtime on Keith he's got a real good attitude. He was of' .(_ping PULL FLAT ON WAND TOWELS.1.27
atobe 011.
ooPlrrwD SMUT* fVU.13 97
wards' last second shot.. out there our kids to .. .
encouraging 0101. WEIII! w7_3,97
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,- ., .... ,'... .. keep playing hard."The Tigers tried. _.4. .. N.LOWCA".' WASH CLOTHS.Fimotio p1eCO M pCa.q. .
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lIawtilrne-.e7Irt'Vnlolt"Co. 59 double-teaming'the big Cross City OARMNMOSE tu, nty 10OH ootto Mo-Iron.poiyMMr 4Lrld.

"We Tflsyed"> lhree "ail"tr a ha l' center but scoring'Inside and to outside leadsof %-nf PT dirol from.,*. *.Ourbl. PVC***- WEJIa/ACKAOt!!2r\-w ttrry bordor*tawol In ..... t.anw=.r spun polyMMr bonded'IW.,potlomi/ooWr bickin.: *end. _

McDowell sparked the hosts _ .
quarters of good basketball, noted of the tuMnQ oofno*
24-10 and 41-18 at the ends a :4
UCHS coach David Ross after the ala had wASAerHvy In **ortd :4
first two periods. The Bears bright-.. "
loss. "We just hit that span in there four other players in double figures. duty too* ;
i where we lost our composure a little. Willis the only Tigerin I vinyl I* nylon rvforood
Highland was
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We were in striking distance of a double digits with 10 points while e.... with .olid __ :.CISUS9 {'
I team that pounded us pretty good Curt demons and Anthony Hicks ::

I down there ((76-57) and that means came off the bench to lead UCHS re-
I something to me. It felt good, we with boards It It
bounders seven apiece. FLAMNEI4ACKTAEUCLOTH8
MATTRESS*
and that'll make
hard tonight HEAVY DUTY
played
was the 6-6 Clemons' first varsity appearance YOUR CHOICE AND COVERS
I up for a lot. after being moved to the MOTOR OH. $TPCMLQASTREATMENT irrXI2'"
up POAM TWIN .
1 QUART
When Ross said the Tigers were in varsity. WAII.-r' 1.97 BLANKETSSHMEDOED PAD._ L98.rryb'
striking distance of the now 5-3 2
Hornets he wasn't blowing smoke. Union 10 $13 14 45 63 ="j __.2.97 6.94 24 FULL 8,83
Crs/ 24 17 34 IS M 99
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The lead changed fully 15 'r t1Y'Xa0"AND WE115J44 I WEIII.>>toW PPrrnDYI//YL
wild and affair until WAa are :
the wooly 4 WAS..4rD..3.97
WERlUPTO.J.8l" PRINT PILLOW CAaEs.tIU., COW..1.27 5
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Hawthorne finally took over for good.
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It was 58-55 the Hornets way with 2:38 virgin l .... ON. :s
FLORIDA brdel.IilaAM1 rnimiil.L ..
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to go and Union's fans were noisily 11..4.0 .
reacting to every basket when the .. moCOClLlllBYnIM MOrtMBUlATIDNYLON :

Tigers suddenly went quiet. The THEATRE owa.oa.nw.a-w' i MIMCKIT :

Hornets upped the margin to 62-55 on Oa73 i
a couple of inside shots and then IM .+ /

scored five points In a matter of Fri.-Sat.-Sun. / A TERRIFIC BUYI WIN sa.w"

seconds with a basket a steal, a free Sean Connery ASSORTED MEN'S .\W_ ...-..
throw, and another basket after amiss G. FASI'IONJEANS nylon VMMpalynlor 3
from the line Suddenly it was In 0 .i'lJ with nil.Koodod. "

64-35 with 2:01 left. The Tigers Y/ S'p"' .. rent, 2z:
couldn't break the spell with a basket METEORShowtime' 5941 '" ...." o/see'' 2i:

and Barry Hutchinson who drilled in M o 1 I .IlL.e1N. a M. t.
25 points for the winners, hit two foul WERES.T
shots with 1:1: $ to go to make It 66-55.
r I late buckets H n mim UM lun Myta :;
two were
Irvin George's Friday 7:00: 8:50 ytull Ipvor to btouro. Big UUNErMKMTSUUVIKNnTOM
I just too late for the Tigers but cappeda group of. brusrind, pr.- .4 ::::
24< point-12 rebound night for the Sat. Sun MOM MEJC SKIN CAME CREAM OZ. 1 Mlwd nd brakon ao- --
ton twill, with
junior forward. 5:05: 7:008:50: IIUY ONEI QET ONE FBEE1 Hired 1 tog*.dylod 101.01 pock- x
Before the Tiger dry spell Union WAIt.IoH:.. 119 I \ .tt end nom Sllatil, .Ir23S :
'; and Hawthorne battled on even SIGNAL MOUTHWASH 1.9.. DtSCOUKT PRIGS
I Willie Lock's 20-footer with ,.CL WAS. s. c.___.__ 1.19 Polydottonootorvx .nt. |
terms. VICKI PORMULA 44 COUGH MUTUREi 1. BARREL TOTE ply. t, M(L> ., C
five seconds to go in period one put 301 DRIVE-IN 1V TENNIS TOTE 7 8 S
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r Jackson surged the Tigers Into a 27-23 REVLON FLEX BALSAM PMOTEIN 15"SHOULDER / s, ==
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scored twice ,. .. ._. 51
': lead the Hornets more, SHAMPOO OZ.WAS 4.M- 1.21 BAG 1." HAND .
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li
then powering Inside for three CHOICE '

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x N Lakers, and was backed by Simon.Mltcheu' Rickey Galney led a balaTncgjI
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rye!r rwy Jan. 8, to take sole possession of first 14 markers and wasbacked up by ShWflJackson's
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-F Bullets 34 Hawks D points and Terry Tyson added 12, as C4MC4I Omit ar.MtanM b'WIlIIo", *

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North Marlon in a late Tuesday game 41-20 going into the final stanza, but Todd Jackson both added eight pointsto The Lakers were paced by Levi employment guideline' ; of Bath only 1500.00 for still In warranty Sold'new

last week. big men, Chuck Williams and Ben the Tornado cause. Simmons' 16 markers. CETA and be qualified buy.r. Call lobHor.i. 5629.-pay cash balance al

The BUS JV is on the road against Tankard got hot and reeled off eight rwsVorrf 2 10 $21.11 ..k..., I. UmiiMM U, MtMMll I. A. Wlllta.nl .. I. program! ., 4733133. Itchg 1/10. 138.10 or assumepayments
sl50.I.'- .. .. W'II''/'_. .. economically dlradvantog-
Live Oak Friday night before hostingthe straight points to close the gap to 13. IrstsMo' 14 U 14 U 57 Jail >48 Lakers 41 ed. If feel WANTED. Mflftifw WAIHOM ( of SI3.81'Visa

Gainesville High/ JV Tuesday Williams started the surge by sinking -, Militant t-i-i, W,..... ..... w."'|,, Robert Bellamy pumped in 30 qualify you apply you at Cloy may needed for child cer. In my and Mo.tercharge''Lac-
night, Jan. 15. two free shots. Tankard then hit a 15 I....tmomt I4..Jockim 44-f Hu4nfi|.|-..T..*.r* to lead the Ser home Monday-Friday cepted. To .... call Credit
foot jumper just before Williams add- .-..I.. TOTALS, ".W'. points Jazz over the County Community Manager collect. 'Free
_..... Lakers vices office, 915 Walnut 1-,30 p..... Age E. 11 end
Thursday. 3. Dar
January
C.Mr M Ml** S-M \V.Minon O-O-O. home
Eastside 57 Bradford 41 ed a lay-up with 6:14 left in the con- M.. ."". *... *... S-.... taMlt. .... ren Chandler added 12 to the winners St.,. Gr..n Cove Spring., 11. Wage negatlebl. .. trial and free home
The Bradford High JV basketball test. Tankard then hit a lay-up to br- Dw_4-1... Wllllnn 1..-.. TOTAlli. ..-.-... total. FL Itchg 1/10 reference 473-70i ..v.nInea. delivery. 904-376-4467., ,tl.n.
team could not overcome a 19-2 ing BHS to within 43-30 of the Rams Mncht 1/10. chg 1/3/80 :
with 5:34 to in the
RO game. I
headstart by the Eastslde Rams, as Ii h

tney fell to tne Hams" 57-41 in The Rams pulled away from the

Gainesville, Friday, Jan. 4. Baby Tornadoes again before Em-
The Rams widened the gap to 27.12 mett Watkins hit a 10 footer with 2:35 YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE ; ; 1

I at the end of the first half, and con- left to make the score 50-37 Eastside. ,

tinued to pour on the coal as they up- The Baby Tornadoes never got closer.

ped their lead to 23 points with 6:23: to Tankard tied with Paul Carlton for

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST ';j

I Starke Rec. Dept. Youth BasketballSmall


Fry In a game played Monday, Jan. 7, SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN !

The Maroons defeated the Reds, the Maroons defeated the Reds. 8-4, :

19-8, in a pick-up game, Thursday, behind the scoring of Derrick Kelley I,
January 3. who pumped in six points for the :

Ray Jackson led the Maroons with Maroons. CLASSIFIED SECTIONo :::

12 points and was backed up Derek Donnie Francis and Willis Chandler

Kelly's four. each scored two points for the losers.

Willis Chandler led the losers with M.r.....K..ll,.v 4. J.ck.oiR >.
four ..., PrwtclB i. Chandler' I. i

points 'Shop The Sun's. Classified section


I ObituariesMrs. II



Pasty Olive Pit man,>I' Born in West Virginia Mr.: Biggs every day for great shopping v les.

Pasty Olive Pitman, 49, of Starke had lived in Starke for most of the last .

died Saturday at Bradford County 10 years. Mr. Biggs was a railraod

Hospital. employee until poor health forced him .,rol

Born in Princeton N.C., Mrs. Pit to retire. He was a member of the FOOD MANAGER FLORIDA'S VINEYARD hat anopenlno *
Starke than two 515.300. for one parson to donurierv PHYSICIAN
man moved to more Baptist faith.Survivors PEG NEGOTIABLE *farm work near
years ago. She was the assistant include: his wife Alma ......u'.n"club type aweerlend Or ana*Lake Call 591 253S. Florida' license part time PhysC415 /::
1
day a week Pleasant clnl5nel11fS&Snelllnp /
manager of Signal service station in Biggs, Starke; two brothers, Jenning 4nd,,bonuses C/11, .ue. m.671. HAIRSTYLIST cat atmosphere' .Interviewing' _
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Wed i Jan 9 and Ttiurs. Jan lo
Starke. Mrs. Pitman was a member Biggs, Tavares and Albert Biggs Columbia ......e ROOM & BOARD. Guaranteed salary. 230to 6 3O p m. "ow.'deMche.o.d
Princeton Church in for home child Cell 373.11VS Johnson' i, snap NW nth
of the Missionary Pert
Ohio three Thelma I' 3Met1 '
; sisters V .Jv i*' *><4, n car* Two'Melt' *light houMutvDISHWASHER Ory'11 St call' ? ask for. MIrf5.rr. '
opantnolaroeapt / .
Princeton, N.C.'Survivors Jones, Tavares, Barbara 'Jean -Full 11m1. no 'T-oa. 3737797 IMMfiDtATtl complex nvetnrtnainranvnca --" YUChhOIrS Or-Mrr ..,. ... ---- -
include: her husband, Belevins and Heddie both of 'e.Derlen to ,cleat 4r V. AAA FULL A rART-Tlma' wafress7, hav- Own hand
Floyd 6AAPUOVAAENT LOW. LOW Res. tools. .h.\:;\: maintenanceskills PLASTERERS :.;,
James Pitman Starke; two sons, Lakeland.Mrs. Term 4O01 Mewberry Rd 3'5Rt2l waiter, for dav IO a m. a p mnd > required' ... '. ,
nlOh(7.7010' 30 p m.l 377.22254501 .dca. 50DSllencatl on'y.' Cell
and or 3.31-10 NW 13 St 37B-144I between 4 &A m..
p _
James E. Pitman Jr., of Turkey your future hour concern him Also' accepting/ applies' .91.2070 0o
of Jacksonville two tloni/ for nlohtft cook A, utility' MORNING'
Mark Pitman ;
.
DRIVER' parsons. AopiV In person b. NEWSPAPER ROUTSBond RECEPTIONIST .,
sisters, Delphia and Mary Whitley, Minnie Dohm Gardiner, 98 Outdoor |lob for Individual' Withw50n 3pm, and A p m at Dutch deposit Enlovabie' position for charming
Mrs. Minnie Dohm Gardiner 98 of clean' record S3: to/hr, Call Job Pantrv. 'located next to RamadaIon transportation 3734451 personality S3 IO/Se Call job
N.C. two ,
both of Smithfield. ; Action 3tB 230O Fee Temt I I-73 fcNewberrv Rd Action 376 23OO Fee Terms
brothers, David and Howard Oliver, Starke, died Tuesday. Jan. 8, In the

both of Smithfield, N.C.; and four Starke Nursing Home following a .

grandchildren.Funeral lingering illness.
services were held Tues- Born in Starke April 13, 1881! Mrs.

day, Jan. 8, at Princeton Missionary Gardiner returned here in the 1930's -- 73 OLDS 98 LS '73 DODGE MAXI VAN ':.
Baptist Church, Princeton. N.C. from Connecticut. She was the widow MILLER BUICKvV Good condition' c.._.... L tln'.or' t.mplno' .
of the former County Judge GeorgeA. .7. MONZ' SDVder..U/sm.f IC 6 .750 373-1047: $1700 772297411er. :
Burial In Sardis Church .
was err. ,low ml/.411.. U99
under the Gardiner, and was a member of O / 1970 Plymouth Duster new' 1972 DATSUN 1200 .
Cemetery in Princeton 3767571 /. ,, ,. flrlan. ;,.. .
direction of Archer-Tanner Funeral the First Presbyterian Church. brakes carburetor Needs front 2 door, radio' 4 spead. excellent
S6OO 3/e y7*. condition/ S7OO 37i-0234
Survivors include: one stepdaughter 79 MALISU Wagon Excellent ""dwork Spires ._ r
Home, Starke. condition IO,OOO ml S770O etaume .
Mrs. Gladys McKoone of 24 payments at SI39 Neoo- 1972 PLYMOUTH DUSTER '75 DODGE PICKUP -

:\Irs. Floy Belle Sulliva n.HO Hastings, Fla. ; and several nieces 73 CHEVROLET WAGON tlable 373 MtM days Student Slant .. S70O weekdays tract S. .'h 'D. AM-FM.. IIPra'/ '." p.n.
472127.Iter1
'.d 'BOD ,
Mrs. Floy Belle Sullivan. 80, of and nephews including Mrs. Louie Run good, body f.lr. priced to NOVA 1968 376-O3VO '.0. "
'."VOLVO
salt$5OOnrm 777oto..J '73 MAZDA New motor .u'oCL..SSIC \.
Theressa. died in the Bradford Coun- Bell Parks and Mrs. Mabel M. Str- 4sk1na53003154li2./n/er' 7la md. matlc air.AM/FMLO., SB73.C 4 door. excellent/ condition auto '
*?. COROOVA./mm.CUl./s matlc air' new ". t r oAMFM '.
both a I/M>*4 423ff <
ty Hospital Tuesday following a long ingfellow, of Starke. condition, low miles new tteel cassette tWS 37S-8OSO '
Funeral services will be held Thurs- belted radlals, loaded with all IgSLEBARONMEDAl. 106.MERCEDES ."NZ 220 5
illness. extra S4S5O GI1771.7201Power steering/brakes, elr. radial Needs minor repair, will MCrI107) MO MIDGET one owner, .
Born in Starke, May 27, 1899, Mrs. day ( today), Jan. 10, at the gravesidein :*. AM/FM. leather le fice ooo or: best offer 374-4O21 ne7744s4O747 aas mileage' -E
'FORD STATION WAGON. cruise much 21000 miles. StudentDesirable ,.
more after a. Elliaoetn/ 6050Ilk.
Sullivan was a lifetime resident of the Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. v a, In good condo/1011..300. Call sXSOOnepotlalble 373- Bradford County area. Mrs. Sullivanwas Jack Bowman officiating. DeWitt C. 372 4773 Student. __ :

the widow of Cleveland Sullivan.She Jones Funeral Home is in charge of

retired in 1960 after teaching the arrangements.

school for over 32 ;years, was a t
member of the Retired Teachers
Andrew Pat MundenMr. _--=-
Association and was a member of the

Hope Baptist Church. Andrew Pat Munden Sr., 84, of
Survivors include: two sons Percy A GREAT opportunity money H mortgage or
: rM.r.-C'::
Brooker died Tuesday morning Jan. .- down VA. on Ibis nlcel, ER 2b.lh Imm.dl.t. Home 4'
Sullivan, Sr., Palatka and Felix 8, in SI. Vincents In Jackson- MpIItoo home with over iron so ft. occupancy no Qualifying 4 .... 2 And 'In. moat desirable 'location
Hospital Price *37 9OO Call KEYALTV bath, cent heat/air, gas ,
Sullivan Theressa one brother, 3 BR family' room and alarge
.
;
ville after an extended illness. 4 of Aiachua County. / ; : =; double garage t4t,5OOWhere .
Jasper G. Bennett, Land-of-Lakes; .c. REALTORS. 372-1799 900.V owner. 312."044 ? Northwood Fines
Born in Long View Texas Mr.
Can 376-ayji Anytime/
four sisters Mrs. Teressa Crosby, Munden came to Brooker three mon- Cool, Quiet Nemhbortworf ASSUME mi MORTGAGE I! Rogers ReeIty., Broker
Mrs Lucille Mundorff and Mrs Ruth And lt'sa coo/7B1T.7/ bath with. KIRK WOOD WEST.
Calhoun, all of Starke and Mrs. Rhoda ths ago from Marshall, Texas wherehe split/ BR. plan' cathedral/ celllnos. 8..d.-w. .R. a bath walk.,In This JUST' 4 ...MINUTES.2 bath home FROM has UP many
was a retired postal employee for A super modern kitchen A awacof N. great room with flre- 011pMu.50Ir1./ Large family
Hernando pl. .screened porch" %&t 90OINOBIO
Underhill ; two grand rate xtd workshop S4O OOO c* /fmtced
or game room backyard
42 A veteran of WW I Mr. REALTOR.
years Call 374-4581 Anytime WILLIAMS with, your own double,
children and three great Honors Realty, BrokerCOUMTRV 377"73CO 24 Hour Service' gas
Munden was a member of the First grill All this A more now only
grandchildren. Christian HOME A'SUM"8L.. 'n.....' .... o' _.9O9 call. Dan or Melba' at
Church of
Marshall. If min to 10'/.11. On mw ham. located In John D Baldwin' Realty
Funeral services will be held at 2:30: Gainesville a BR air' .
.
Survivors include: his son, Pat A NE W HOME) A cent heat larae /lovely. ,lot NW 3 bedroom, a bath and you REALTORS / 737
p.m, Friday.Jan. 11, m the Hope Bap- Two LncD-tvDe .va11b1a for *' some of ... .
Munden of Brooker; one daughter Immetllets OCCUOant v. Or wl//// 7.5''r, \/ ::':'' selections RICK' Horn on 1 2 .c' 3 BR
tist Church in Theressa with Rev. Pat BEAUTIFUL' 2 othloom. lover, complete, dining'
.
Oulld ID full. Alto aOtliflon. l0 ACRE LOT so too Douglas A Son "'
Murphy and Rev. RV. Hogarth officiating Mrs. Margie Sprague of Sunland. sxlHlno nom..IC, enhance) this beautiful 4 BR ft au"/ _.. Inc :3771362. large kitchen: /living/
California five THE MEISNMAN CORP bath. fleldttone a frame enerov room nice brick/ fireplace 4woodbox
Interment will be in the ; grandchildren; five BuI1.50rs 3n-1776 saving, homo. Just 4 minute* .V OWNER, 1 .""bah, lv" + in ..aak..New River'
great grandchildren and several we.f of oaks Mall Priced' at. acre beautiful Ft. area. 800 so. ft heated area,
family plot in Hope Cemetery with arrangements BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 bath IIIo$91600 Call. Mike' ..v..1f. Assoc Rd Near new ...lIrnRa.Ins., .,.* 857*'0'.'_fq ... Call4'5-1474 I
under the direction of nieces and nephews. piaca oarage and carport. 7% with ...* Realty of Aiachua' anca .49.5OO 379-7301, 377.9S2J
Funeral will be held morlgooe S49QOO 39O5 SW ISth County tne REALTOR 377775
DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home. services Friday St Or will lease 372-26TOBABV
Jan 11, in the Rains and Talley

Funeral Home with burial in Algoma

:Mrs.Jessie Maude Kella .ft Cemetery in Marshall Rev. Bob

Mrs. Jessie Maude Kellar, age 92 Chandler is to officiate. Archer ,

died In the Bradford County HSpitaiIn ) Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in --

Starke, Thursday Jan. 3. charge of local arrangements. LOV ES.AT and Chain'Early, 9 REEL TO REEL tape play.. S
Born in Birmingham, England. GUARANTEED American gold' and rust plaid' f2. each ...._ console, '.d'o' & ._
Ti,. 'lowest prices, lownt..ua _cu'on.' 0"'_. .>.-."., ohwm w Stereo air suspended"n
Sept. 24, 1887, Mrs. Kellar came to the for details United/ rurnifure I .welt Ke.. / """.""
US In 1920 and moved here six .- '.'''. 12O1 E University Ave. SHOWROOM ouaitfy living' room $1301 0. .. 3'0663 .
weeks 0.,...."",. 373.7841 group Queen sleeper sofa 44O
..
ago from Lakeland. Fla. where she Solid ctterrv (minf.cro, a TRACK..TAPE. PM I....... .. .
Reuben Albert HermanMr. HANOMAOCOriental PIrf/4n' tlss/Dn' .. tables & .2.x.. av.' _."" '2vo". 3
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had lived for 23 years. She was a 'G 'run for. ..,.. .,.. ...../0.. f..l.ech.CYh..c.. tablesMO eood. foun4._ all .or 560. 37.400 .
member of the Park of """' Coil 375 633B Student each a (burnt cranes rockers nK 17 NI. !
the Palms
Reuben Albert USO each a Olnoer lar lamp
Church where she lived at Herman. 74, of LARGE! Antique Oresser* *7S.Baehoammon .35 each, Prefer sold .. group OAK Swifwood cn..... C4IWASHsm. 117. i
Keystone Lake Butler died Friday, Jan. 4, In Table.{.10. SI.DO. Prices, firm,37a3647MIRANDA :fora7433.1; '/ y 54.eaOk5.' {f' ,
..
Heights, in the Park of the Palms 3710069earth _
Fraser Memorial Hospital in Mac- 5.E' SO mrn f '
Retirement Center. after ; LAgO ME..CULON tooth.- 1 e. U mm and 13S mm lensesiwith SUN RAY RANGE Ma. C Donor, i
clenny a long illness. g. _.....
.
tone excellent condition.Bias '. cases and .accessories, oven. sIeC/IIC MC411sn1 ,
> Survivors include: her husband Born in Providence R.I. Mr. Her- Pull slie/ bedspread 1 pair cluding close VD lenses, several Contl/f/an, 7 W.If Op.F20D.
''i Willie S. Kellar matching drapes custom made.SO filters, extension tubes, lensashade 274NSIns/4. j ,I
.., .
.
; one daughter, Bar- C. 40. chest of drawars -
moved ,
man to St. Petersburg after m'rror. 372-3:>861 .......b..c..mlc.__
bara Kellar both of Keystone his retirement from a fur company. ..-'O..k with 5.30/-Ch/10.5 I05/ dresser desk MS 23. TwoTofchnDav.e.elf., wh"l, ,C 1e"n _,V.... ........Kemor0.,d.-|... C..ov.."' ItoC.T i t
Heights. .lie bed SM 3......... K .. .. .
He moved to Lake queen with brown trim' excellent/ condition fimor clKlrle :34" ro I
Butler In 1973. asking ...... call 37..VOO 5/NOEAMMne r ,a.r.lor-oe.sro To Archer.. } I IOARAO.
Funeral services were held Satur- Survivors include: his wife Mrs. DOOR..dMwblS.... >Wlda., attar d weekdays .wood cabinet mlChlns/Iih turn ten 41 llat... maun ear hwT.! 1
day, Jan 5, in the Park of the Palms Rhena Ardell Brown Herman of Lake excellent y475a.. condition 9 pa Call 377-OB41. itrxt to C.ucce..er..-. r aut(4lno..MrvjaSamestritte crota .. I.
Chapel with Mr. James Gilbert and
Butler; one son, Jules Herman of 1
Mr. Robert Mojonnier officiating. Houston, Texas; three brothers Morton

Burial was in Keystone Heights of Hartford Conn., Sam of Pem- ..
,
Cemetery under the direction of
brooke Fla., and Harry California \ .
; ; ,. ,'.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.
one sister. Mrs. Ruth Isenburg of

Windsor, Conn.; and two grand- : .., ,:

.. children.Funeral services were held Monday y Need more information? ( Ri5. _

Jan. 7, In the Chapel of Archer Sun

Hugh Wilson Biggs. Funeral Home of Lake Butler with I .Intereftst'e in placing a classified?
Mr Hugh Wilson Biggs :59 Of "
Rev. Michael Norman officiating.
Starke dIed'day in Bradford Burial followed In Dekle Cemetery : Call 372-4222 .

County Hospital following) an extended under the direction of Archer Funeral I

illness. Home of Lake Butler. .




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m Lake Raglan Monitor FOR SALEi 1967 Chevrolet!. '

'' Impala. 2door. engine' I PERSONAL PERSONAL HOMES CARS FOR RENT FOR SALESKI
HELP' WANTED! Mature. .... FOR SALE Quality Starcraltpopup 283. Also new flatbed for

*rinc-6d_ ..receptionist'Sfflcs pick-up truck with U-bolt.1 I SERVICESI SERVICES
-'" st9v-e5l"eP1nk2 FOR SALE TRUCKS NICK CARPETED furnished BOAT 1972 Silverllne,
) mdntoger wanfeU for tables < and hardware Call after 11 three large rooms and
80 outboard
Kp
professional office\'"Sendresume 473-2211. 1/10 I SAW SHOPs Completem RIOISTIIliD NURSE LARGE HOME Could be Mercury
refrigerator heater, p.m. Itchg 175 DODGI TRADESMAN bath. No children no pets, tilt trailer new spare tire,
lo Dr. Richard FOR MNTi On LakeGeneva sharpening' service clr Newborn speclollsl. will mode Into two rental
carpeted. 2400. Keystone 100 Custom Van 6 no drunks. Phone
: ski 4 life ,
,,.Cldom, Box 1177 Keystone Heights 473-2910. Hnchg 3BR. 2BA mobile|,1 cular; hand. carbide, care home.for North Infants of lawtey In my off! apartments. 'In Hampton. cylinder. 3 speed 9648071. llpd 1/10. two rope fuel tanks.preserver All excellent .

"f. Heights,, fl 32656. 10/18 home with CHA. Unfur chain mower blade hollow S23.OOO with good terms. automatic Craig THREE BEDROOM HOUSE .
condition. Complete
,D U.S. 301. Phone 782-3949.
efQR! RENT Trencher, com MASONRY WORKs Block nished. No pets. $165 perl ground and balanced. 1/3 2tchg 1/10 Phone 485-163 after 5 AM/FM/cassette stereo unfurnished I in city good outfit. $1500. Phone

poclor, cement mixer.prsmure brick .''on.. SpecializingIn month includes walorlandgarbage !I I Leave at Starke Jackson Building I .X..III.NCIDCA..NT.MAION. I p.m. 1/10 3tpd 1/24 with speakers, carpeted location. Phone 964-S391 7823172. 1/10 TFchg

washer lawn fireplaces, new or pick up. Phone I Hts.Supply. or Keystone) 70 ACRE FARM near Town 1 Interior sun roof Tear days. 1/10 TFchg. 13 ACRE FARMt with house

it...mowers*1 tillers, other rebuilt. No |lob too large or 473-2383 alter 4:30 p.m. I I I ALCOHOLICS TFchg ANONYMOUSt wants small construction of Raiford. Includes 3 BR coiling vent air shocks trailer on land. Ten pecan

garden, auto and construe."Han too small. Call 473-2841. "nchgrlll0 jobs. Fireplaces, remodeling l. house 2 mobile home set.ups. fog lights. $2.300. Phone FOR SALEFENCING tree*. Phone 964-8077.

=* tool. KEYSTONE RENTAlS tfnchg 1023CARPENTER FOR SALE 1979 Kawasaki Sf Phone 964-5148 or 964-6382. additions. Phone SBO.OOO. Owner will 964-8969. TFchg 10/4 TFchg.BEAUTIFUL.

." Hwy. 21 North. WORK KZ4OO 370O miles, II TFchg 782-3906 after 6 p.m. 1/3 hold mortgage at 9'/' o pct. 1955 CHEVROLET! station All kinds, hog CONSOLI

: 4' 2993. TFchg Remodeling work kitchen foul' weather h.lm.1 I REMODELING BUILDING 4tpd/ 1/24 with 20 pct. down. Phone wagon two door model. wire, welded wire, barbwire CABINET 6 ft. long, solid

Of Eft, SPRINGS 2 BR 2 both cabinet and trim gloves. $1.600. REPAIRS New kitchens, WILL iAsl/SIT In my home Jo... 1-786-8274 alter 5 $300 or best offer Phone wood chain link: wood perfect AM/FM.

T-flreplace.> land. stucco full Feb.acre41of carpenter. Reasonable 2tchg 1/10-17 .75.2695'1|I baths, family room Brick anytime. Hot meals, fenced p.m. 1/102tchg 1/17. 964-7301 473-2728 alters 30 1/3 p.m. or free estimates. MANNING Zenith. Good speakers.

<".S. low Occupancy down prices. Call Ed Dempsey at FOR $ALI. 1970 Plymouth block concrete. Fireplace yard. Phone 964-8731. $Bill. 2 BATH LOCK houseon 1/10 anytime. 2tpd FENCE CO.. 473-4823. Turntable doe not work.
payment. 1 B
.vPhone Bob Harris, 964 5533 473-2477. tfnchg 11/1 Duster slant six, good specialists. Grllfls Can- 1/10 Ztpd 1/17. beautiful wooded acre 17* FORD PICKUP XLTl. Keystone TFchg has record storage, reel-

3 Of..73.3133.1/3 3tchg 1/17 $100 REWARD For black and condition. $600. 475-2200. I I ,'rucllon. Phone 4732108or OFFICE MACHINE ItIOAIR- lot. Like n.w. only 3 years Ranger % ton. good con HAVl Bahia or Allsia. Larry to-reel tope recorder

.xmroNi CLUB ESTATES 3 white female German tfnchg 1/10 473-2378. TFchg Phone 9646502. Starke old. $28.000 total price no dition. $70O and assume La Fall.".. Starke. needs repair. $50 or make

.,Bll 2 ,,0011 great room Shepherd. 7 mo. old with FOR SALE: Siberian Husky I BIIIICH's IPM PEST CONTROL pickup and. delivery.. 12/13 money down_ VA-FHA. payments of $129: monthly. 964-6273. TFchg. offer, Beautiful cabinet lo

,..llnder. construction. Low red collar and red name puppies AKC. blue old, OF FLAt 320 N.Temple etpd 13.IPAIRS. REMODELING Owner agent Phone Phone 1-752-5322 Lake CI. SKI BOAT 16 'ft. fiberglass, make) Into bar or trophy

"!gpwn payment lor tog. lost In Melrose, area and party.Y.'. S10O each. B Ave. Phone ADDITIONS 7823973. 1/10 2tchg 1/17. ty. 1/3 2tchg 1/10 '73 boot 74 Mercury 65 HP case Phone 7823660.
964-5534. Household No |lob too largeor
qualified 12/10. Answers postsIsrmited. 169 BUICK ELECTRAl Mint trailer NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE
: buyer Phone Bob to nom.Ban.h. engine, gator-tilt ,
".3IZ7. Itchg. 1/10. .
11/8 TFchg too small Fireplaces.kitchen Rene 3 BR 2 Bath
only
Harris. 473-313 or ... Call anytime LAKE LOTS FOR SAUl I land WADE BEHR condition. S75O. Phone 1500. Call 964-S764 daysor Citrus on trlfolata root for
MACHINES etc. $1200.00 down for
;:64-3H3./ l/33tchq 1/17 475-1190. 12/13 9647375. Itpd 1/10. cold resistant. Peach
: tfnchg Keystone' Heights.' REPAIREDAll makes 431-1640 after 8 00 p.m.
CONSTRUCTION. Lawley
qualified Affordable .
Needrpuse's I I buyer. "-" CHEVY PICKUP! Scottsdole.
HELP WANTED FOR SALE 1969 Pontiac nectarine
wooded 'lots TFpd pear persimmon
and .
Beautifully on cleaned oiled ad.Ilu.t.d. 782-3973. I/" TFcriq Homes. 964 S51I
side to live end LeMons station wagon clear sand bottom $10. Work or AC. AT PS. PB CHAIN LINK ..INCImat.rlal. guava, grapes, llg
.
473-3133. I1O.Classified
lak..1 Itchg $5,250. ADAMS AUTO
.''care for Individual In new transmission tires, Good terms or .. James Do It yau..11and blueberries anna apple

J mobile home.Please applyIn exhaust and brakes. $600or cosh. I to 5 acres with nice I Strickland. corner Morgan HOMESFOR SALES 473-4470.Keystone Itchg 1/10.Hts. save. Installation B'-IO. dorset apple .'.5'%

: Must have experience best oilsr. 473-4165. 1/3 and available. Free estimates. oraleai. camellias hedge
person. trees overlooking lakefront Rd. Hwy 16. TFchg Ads 17 CHEVY LUll pickup,
: and references. tfnchg. 3500. $500 I. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SALE black and gold. like new. HondyMon Fence Co. plants junipers, palms

: For more Information call HELP WANTED$370/ Thousand down.$50 month. SERVICE Bradford resld.n- 170 MOBILI HOMIt 12x60 14.995."DAMS" AUTO 964 8559. TFchgWATSON'S shade trees many more.

: 64-t434.. Ask for Ann envelopes you mall. cial lots on -comm.r'l I tlol pump.out.. $45. Commercial Holiday two bedroom 2 Results SALES Keystone Hts., HOUSE OF Roses on Fla. root stock.

: Jane I4B Church St.. Postage Paid. Free. Sendto available and industrial Ful. bath. $3,500. Phone, Bring 734470. llchg 1/10. VACUUMS Many brandsof O.C Carnes Nursery 23

) Sterke. Itchg. 1/10. PAD-@. ft'. 2 Box 200 Salesman. .. own.r'l B ly licensed. Phone 782-3688. 12/20 "'cl-1I1/10 1>7* MATADOR; 4 door extra new vacuums. Used miles SE ol Starke at

FOR SALE Lot and trailer 12 Keystone Heights., Fl. tlnchg. 964-8121. TFchq040PSISHOEINGS clean. 1495. ADAMS machines available Parts Florohome. Hwy 100.

; by 60. furnished like new 32656 1/3 'tin chg FOR SALE Two acre near Trimming r AUTO SALES. Keystone and accessories for all Phone 6592165. 12/20

; on Lake Bundy. Crandln. CASH FOR SILVERhlghestprices SR-100 near Keystone I n or corrective work. 17: His., 473-447O Itchg 1/10. vacuum systems. 404 "NW 6tchg 124.SEWING .
9
i i FL.. eight mlle east of paid lor odd places Height $300 down $61.88 years LaFollette experience. Larry, Ready 177 PLYMOUTH VOLAREl 6 10th Ave.. Gainesville MACHINE!

Keystone Heights, Immediate and sets of' sferllng silver per month Phone 473-4058 Starke. 4733133.7o cylinder, AC AT PS. PB phone 3767110. TFchg NuHome brand year old.
9646273. 12/13
; occupancy war.. Tea sets, troy. platters or 473-4367 after 6 p.m. I i TFchg ] 52..95."DAMS" AUTO SAHIA HAYt Argentina Excellent condition. Complete
o S12.000. 473-3432 etc. $125 per pound 1/3 tlnchg. ------ 4 8R 3 lath Fireplace SALES. Keystone Hts. highly 'lertiliied. Phone with carry case and

i 473-2563. tfnchg. 12/13. minimum. Second Wind. 15 WORK WANTEDt House I feet. Brick close to I, 473-4470. Itchg 1/10. 964.6071. IFchg.BRIC.A.IRAC foot pedal. S100 Phone
|Bob Harris, 64.SS11 1979 FORD PICKUPl "t 6cylond.r.
FOUND: Sat. p.m., male N. Main St.. Gainesville repairs. roof repairs barns More | or ton 8Assurne SHOP Just 964.7165 after 6pm. TFpd
AC.
puppy Lob/greyhound. 375-8733 and 373-7425. built pointing room additions track. AM/FM opening. Hwy 21 North of THREE TOY POODLES $150

black with collar no tag. Will visit your home. We screen porches etc. $158 month.paymentsof PHone Keystone, Hts. Ceramics each, AKC registered.ALSO .

; Lake Geneva area. also buy antiques and furniture no fob too small, Mike's Monitor B ANTIQUE KICK home. 3 BR. 473-4091 6pm. Itpd plaques, dolls, Indian 2 mole German
473-2111. 10/11 tfnchg 1/10 2 BA other Items Shepherd 4 mos. old.
tlnchg small repairs, : foyer huge living 1 110. Jewelry pups
.DEADLINE for classified FOR SALE 1974 Plymouth 473-3997-day or 473-2803- I room with fireplace and WANTEDGOOD 171 DODGE PICKUP ". Phone 473-7042. 7/26 $125 each. Have had all

advertising In the Monitor Valiant 4-door PB-PS alter 5 p.m. tfnchq 8/23 Ads woodbox. Large kitchen ton $750. Phone 9645205. TFchg shot*. Phone 17525222.

Is Tuesday at noon. A/C radio. trailer hitch. AMERICAN LEGION BINGO Ion with lots of cabinet space. PRICES PAID for used Itchg 1/10. LIME ROCK: 20 yd. semi lake City. 1'3 31chg 1/24

Changes In classifieds, _wired for .01." 4734060.' Highway 21 north Saturday 1800 sq. ft. heated area. mobile homes II mortgageis "" MERCURY STATION loads only. ALLEN E. LARGE DOG BOX for a big
'"
should also be mode prior Hpdl7lO 7 p.m. and Sunday :2 Pace 9 B 2526 total sq. ft. Call 3/4 paid or more. OLIN S WAGON Runs good. $350 TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone dog never used. ALSO
MOBILE HOME SALES
to the Tuesday noon p m. Public Invited tfnchg Brooker. 483-1474. 1/10 7 firm. Phone 964-8169. 7823172. TFch9 seasoned lirewood. $40 for
964-5606. Open daysweekly.
deadline. 10/18 4tchg 1/31. Itchg 1/10. ROUND BALES OF HAYs $15 ''i ton pickup! load you

--------------,-----._____,_11 BLOCK HOMES from *22.923to TFchg each. Phone Arthur" haul. $delivered.. Phone
-------------'- -- WANTED Mobile hom.o..
I 47984. CH/A. w/w Gaskins. 762-3140 or 964 &8'11>. 1,31pd 1. 17
I Union County TimenFOR les and tires. Will pick up. ClassifiedAds
LOST AND FEEDER PIGSt Phone
PERSONALSERVICES carpet electric' range. Insulated OLiN'S MOBILE HOME 7823497. TFchg

windows many SALES 9645606. Open 7 PORK GRAIN FEDl' Buy 964-5722 1'10 2tchg 1 117.

FOUND other extras Built on your days a week. TFchg direct from farm. Killed CHICKEN HOUSE lot

own 'lot. Rural financing CASH FOR COINS: Cold cut and wrapped. 80 a lb.Phone. breeders to be torn down.

I. SALE FOR.SALE REWARDLost[ large Walker CUSTOM MAIDRAPORINSIFrogs available See our mode! )*' ellyj&Sterling. dental. Bring Results. dressed.t.yvetght. and moved. ,with eouipMrnent

,'4ag_!" Lake Butler area. ,.. ; .. 1/2S. : 500 ft. long 30' It.
_._-_._ y i't"t' *<'t t Normandy'Blvd. gold GF scrap ,lewelry optical -. 782-3635. 1 1/3 51pd
: FOR LAND'S SAKK:1 and White with lemon markings estimates. local Jacksonville Phone frames, etc. J R. Bull- FIREWOOD S3S for half/ wide Phone 964-6528.

UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY 6/1 Oths acres with 195 feet, tattoo R.L. In ear. Call Jim. distributors for completely 387-4981 Hallmark Leisure ington 964-6250 TFchg. cord. Phone 964 8210 after 1 10 4tchg 1/31.

!iSinger: Futura sowing' frontage on Sanderson my Holmes 4963226. 1/10 washable notionallyadvertised Homes. 12/6 9tchg 1/31. COMFORTABLE ROOM with FOR RENTPALMS 5 p.m. 12'27 3tpd I 10 FARMLAND[ 30 acres, with
.
I machin On* ol Sing." Road in Lake Butler city atchg 117.FOR GardsetteDraperies. MOBILE HOMES Why, pay all meals and companionship REGISTERC3; ANGUS BULL: 2 timber and creek on It,
fin*St. Makes buttonholes, limits. Lenvll H. Dicks, SW Enter for elderly lady. APARTMENTS Furnished .
more? Buy direct from factory : years old James Gaskins, fenced ond good pasture. .
sows on buttons, Realtor P.O. Sox I lake City RENT prl.... Ed or Lama large selection of 24. Phone 964-7741. llpd It 10. efficiencies and I 9648356. I 10 TFchg. Off SR 235 between SR 16
stretch!: stitches Fla Phone Stephen 496-2219. 3/1 WANT TO RENT 3 BR house
monogrami. 14. 12 wid. COMMUNITY a BR apts.. weekly or mon TOPPER FOR LONG wheelbase and Water Oak Creek.
and fancy patterns 904-7528585. 12.:204tchg TFN. with option to purchase In FURNISHED ,
thly. NEW '
House lor rentcarpeted. MOBILE HOMES SALES." US pickup. Aluminum. Phone 1t>4 6528. 1 I04tchg
without attachment 110.OOLD. near town Call collect.
newly painted, furnished REASONABlEi Small trees 301 North. Open 9 to dusk. or STUDIOS monthly only. no leaks panelling dome CONSOLE STERIOl AM FM
.
.td, like POCKET WATCH 75S 0442 or write Mrs.Helen 2313 N. Stark.
Slightly now Temple.
fenced In yard Coll and limbs cut or trimmed. I to 6 Sunday. Phone 1 lights, SI 50. Phone radio, turntable, solid
still in Sold now Waltham. keeps perfecttime. DuBose. Rl. 6. Box
warranty. 4<>6 3956 I 3 2lpd I 10. Reasonable rot... Call 964-8741. TFchg TFchg '9645663. Itchg 1 10. wood Mediterranean console .
$629. cash balance ofS138.10 Approximately SOyears 156 Lake City, Fla. 32055. KITCHENETTES One BR
.: -pay or allum.poym.nl. old. 431-1266 after 5 TRAILER! for 'rent private. Tony 431-1114 alter" 6 p.m. 10 X SO MOBILI HOMEl All Itpd 1/10. apartments. pool. TV AC GARAGE SALE: Lots of cabinet. small recordstorage

of 513 81.) Visa p.m. I/10 1l72tchgINSURANCE. $85 a month. First and lost 1/3 TFN.PIANO new Insulation and pan.l.Ing. utilities included Totally clothes 9 to 5 p.m. Magnovox. Needs

In advance. Call 431-1632. New wiring and plumbing 'furnished. Weekly monthly January 12. 431 CenterStreet. some work perfect for do.Ityoursolfers. .
and accepted.
Mosiorchorgo 1110ltchg TUNING $25 each. two AC. Reasonable.Phone HELP rates. TEMPLE! MOTEL Slarke Itchg I 10. $50. or best
To call Creditmanager
tea 3 BEDROOM house, for For more Information call 964-5576. 11/1 (80 N. Temple Ave REGISTERED PIT lULL I'UPS.Pupl. oiler Phone 782-3330

collect free r.'nt. $100 a month. 496-3033 ask for Marshall TFeha. WANTEDWILSON Starke Phone 9647357. Ribbon Bloodline. FLEA MARKET! Saturday.Jon. .

: home trial and free, home MAINES INSURANCI AGENCY References and security Dukes. 1/10 21chg 1/17. FOREST HEIGHTS 4 miles, 9/20 TFchg Males cmd females. SIOO T2 beginning, 9 a.m.

I delivery 904-376-44.67 160 S. lake Ave.. Lake deposit required Call North toward prison. 3 IR. PAVING Lady MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE each G.W. HarrisRaiford at Bradford Square. Sponsored .
: tfnchg 1/3. BOPUpSMolh. Butler. 4962179.) 1 I/10 Itpd HOMES IUILT. remodeled or St. Marks
496-3978. mobile homesand
CompleteInsurance 2 bath. Only SI,000 down. wanted to answer HOME PARK Phone 4311191. by I
., pit bull father Service. TFN MOBILE HOMEfor: rent. repaired fireplaces kitchens Occupancy 60 days from telephone and light duties, spaces for rent. Phone Itpd I 10. Episcopal Young People.

German Shepherd Born EVERYONI IS INSURABLE: Two bedroom one bath. plumbing and elec -approval da'.. Special Must be dependable 468 2912 TFchg FAMILY CAMPING EQUIPMENT fact 10.
Nov. IS. Make good catch On, acre land. Water furnished tricol work. Phone Wade .
TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY! I bed truck
Immediate coverage by financing available Affordable Phone 782 3991. tpd 1 10. : Short topper FIFTH WHEEL TRAVEL
dogs security dogs. etc. No kids, no drinkIng Behr. Building Conlroclor.Lawt.y. ; and also
phone. JOE USHERAGENCY4962126 Homes. 531 W. Call. WORKSHOPVOCATIONALPROGRAMMER. room efficiency for Chevrolet utilitytrailer TRAILER 1978. 32 ft.
each. Call 496-1614 SI2S a month. First
$50 782-3973. I/10
or Starke. Phone 964 5533. B.5. sleeping room Weekly or with lock top: twin- Wilderness' like new. Can
New River area Bradford and lost month in advance.Discount
TFchg. Under
Come to
,496-2903.TF14 1/3 3tcha1/l7 Degree In Vocational monthly. beds homemade for long be seen at Shady Oak
1 10 to elderly couple.Call .
County. Itchg wood Motel 3' miles,
Education Rehabilitationor bed pickup: Phone Susie Trailer, Park. 8 miles South
4962308.
I 10 TFNCHG. Anytime. Correction Officer 1. State Career Service Positionat related field., 2 yrs. experience North of Stark on US 301. King. 964-6324. 1#chg I' 10. of Starke an 301. $7.000.

VACUUM CLEANERS all male Institution. Qualifications Include: 18 years of or equivalent. TFchg SEVERAL ITEMS: Beautiful I trod I 10.UNCLAIMED.
G.E.D. Good characterbackground Call 9A4. .7699. I./10 21 fd FURNISHED apartments for like .
Best BuysIn age. High School Diploma or rent: $95 per month: first piano Maple finish [ LAYAWAYSinger
The Country and passage of State Examination. I.17. and lost month. No new Amarto Trash Com. Futura sewing

New Used Rebuilt PERSONAL Salary, range ((9.667.12.569 annually). 40 hour. shift WICKER: Positions, open to children or peti. 964-7521 pactor. Coin operated coke machine. One of Singer
for Veterans (Equal Opportunity sell wicker on home show Sears consoleAM buttonholes,
work week. OJT approved 1,3 2tchg 1 10. machine. finest. Makes
Kirbys, Royals Employer/Affirmative Action Employer). Interested plan. Excellent commis DUPLEX two bedroom FM radio. 8 track and sews on buttons,
I All CONCERNED: I. sion. Start Immediately.Write .
Filter Queens E TO persons should apply to: Personnel. Union Correction Institution stove refrigerator SI 25 turntable. PHone 964.6050 monograms stretch stitches
Wayne a. Dukes of 90 N.E. Wicker fit. I I. box
Hoovers. Eureka I 1st St. Lake Butler Fla. will P.O. Ion 221 Raiford, Florida 32083 ((904))11 288 Keystone Hts. Fla. month. Phone 9647188. after 4 p.m I Itpd I 10.: and fancy patterns

Expert' Repair Service not be responsible for any 431-1212 32656. 10'10 4tchg 1 31. Itpd MO. PUPS Mother pit bull father without attachments.Slightly .

Since 1957Al I debts Incurred by MargaretE. OFFERS GALORE I Your TWO AND THREI BEDROOM German Shepherd. Born used like new
........ mobile homes SI35 to still In worron' Sold new
Dukel. 1,10 2tpd 1'I7. Mal... name placed free on lists Nov. 13. Make good catch "
I Young's INC. wholesalers, ImPorters SI 150 with $50 damog.depo.lt. $629. cash balance 01SI38.0
1 WATERS Applications we send White's" Mobile, dogs, security dogs, etc. -pay or assume
jobbers
3 Mi. North301 Home Park. SRI 16 and 225. S50 each. Call 496-1614
BULLDOZING I Are Now magazines catalog Bradford payment of $13 81. Visa
Call 964-6918 _J Carl Fillyaw houses, etc Be flooded 1 10 4tpd 1 31l2x6o New River area and Mastereharge accepted .

*Bulldozer Work Being Taken with money making and MOBILE HOME: 3 County 1 10lichg. To see call Credit
MOBILE HOME Plumbing ServiceCo. savings offers. bedrooms on one acre lot. MAYTAG WASHER: S373. collect tree
money Manager
Well INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Large or Small FOR Florida Send your name and $135 month plus deposit. Also Magic Chef 30 home trial and free home

I I Fill Times Union paper route In odress and 50C for postage 'hon.964.573" 1 Itpd I 10 Range S150. Call delivery 904-376-4467.
OF
Drilling t hru!!: POLICIESAT Rt 4 Bon 90T7LaksCityr'la Ponds I Melrose and Keystone and Dept.handling T.I. 137 to N.GUSMAN Wc.lr.ul; MINI AMERICA STORAGI units available: 964 6169. Itpd I 10. tfnchg 1 3 BOcJ2r1hJ'
cI Phone 964-5163 Monday
: area 100
from $10 month. Hwy
32055
WILBURI' St.. Stork, Fla. 32091
I Fast Rotary 'thru Friday 9 a rn. to 5 near Keystone Phone

Drilling Equipment REASONABLERATESOlin's Phone 755-0563 WATERS !>.m. Must' have dependable Itpd 1 10. APPLICATIONS 473-3193 1 10 6tchg 2 14 Roberts
i TAKING
----- ---- NOW
II No Answer I and MOBILE
transportation THREE BEDROOM
680 W. Madison St. SisrkeB846729 for waitresses. App. 4 :
10LUC.EN I. ,g. !._. Mobile Call After e P M I post cash bond. In at the HOME Coll 964 6285 'for
ly
Bus person
? Real Estate
Home further Information. Itchg 2I
I PumpaNew Sales 9,4-e04t Home Southern Country Kitchen. '
.FREE QUOTES 2 miles, South of Starke on 110. :
THREE ROOM 'furnished or
MOBILE HOMC US 301. Itchg 1 10.
& Used Phone 964-5606 unfurnished' apartment 986 N- Temple
REGISTERGAS WEEKLY Earn 964-7828
SERVICE POLES StereosReduced VUS11,000 wall to wall carpel newlyponelod.
.
.
.
: Elaine M. Olin 'Ageni. or norie.working
SaleePartsServlcd'Plumbing
Off street pak.Ing.
AND OIL on the Alatkan.
i ... Canadian Gas Pipeline. All Adults only no pets WE'RE! SUCCESSFUL ,
.Z Terms '
= i sot S. SV and Phone 964. 8498.. Itchg
TMMMH
I To occupations men 1 101'THREE BECAUSE WE WANT TO SATISFY "'
; ioa women. For application Information
944-SM
fm! 1171 AMI WHOLESALELimited / write to BEDROOMS, J baths.large .
fencee-ln: yard unfurnished '
CENTER Number LP Bottles AMERICAN JOB OPPORTUNITIES has .t.... If you have a Real l, Estate) need call one of your
I New Installation P.O. SOB 1068.Aiuso .
11 & Phone *...->SU efter 4p.m. NEIGHBORHOOD PROFESSIONALS. If
Ca. 91702. Itchg friendly
USED TVSDahmer's ,
Rem deiing'Repair *" I Paneling Molding"I IKlltaf ALSO Motor Homes Filled ) 10. 1/10 4lcho 1/?1, w*> don't hay..what you need we'll find It "for
A>.T eei.M; leei "
5-mimn.n.c.9 Kitchen Cabinets Inc. 0"lle. 0"hit"s you I, ', ..

--Counter Tope fit Tk" 1.... I Pftf)r "'1'I

i I I VaniftsFREE I Call 110 064-7923 E. Call St. cttarin. LAHDCLEARIH ft FILL .ASSOCIATES. ,' ,.


& 964-6642 ;Large Or SmallJobs;, : '. '
Weekend and Evening Call ;
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SUPPLYCOMPANY :j ESTIMATESVAUGHNJOHN'SON Don't Miss Your --------- I : Richard Robert .'''.5595.
Dozer Work ,
Favorite Programs CHARGE NURSE Judith Flynn *".I3U

( Bradford County Hospital searching lor. .... I Ann GodwIn.515' .

I 1_ FAST SERVICEAdvanced a Charge M.N. position Starting salary S1194 Nursos,1 Foundations $111con'9646511"If .
N.f' Potty
864 I'TemPle'AV | CO. |month. Good fringe benefits. II N.'s are you .. \ ..
John jionglord 4".3"" ,
with your current rate al pay? Why not give us a Soil t
(" .I 140 8. Thompson St Mi see what we have to offer. Contact Director of I -Top William Canon M-a704

I'l I Starke Fla.. 'Old Coos cold Plant Electronics Bradford County Hospital Starke. 464-6000. I. 10 ZtchgtI Loreen Canon '"-.7N

-- I 1 964-5711 5 I 17. JIMMY MARTIN 964-5230 Lucille Spry ,44420J :

964-7061 416 1 I. Call at Stsrlie
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KIIIIS JV Girls Home SaturdayThe

a Keystone JV Lady Indians will be at home against Bell for a 8:30 p.m.
MensVinyl game Saturday night. Pictured above are KHHS JV girls (In dark)Anna Caglio,
no 23, Stephany Wlnn no. 31, and Barbara Bowers 33, In early season af loit.



i I Coats Name Similar

To Ploturat
GHS Drops Keystone ;;.z',;'

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eO' IV Girls to 3-3 :

R e$ $700
,
..\2. The JV girls of KHHS fought back personal best total of nine rebounds.
from a 10 point deficit In the last Joan Butler added four points' and
quarter but couldn't quite overcome seven boards, also her best total to
class 4A Gainesville High falling to elate. and Becky Bramer had four
Mens 3-3 with a 43-39 loss Monday night in points and six rebounds. The
Gainesville. Keystone team felt the absence of
HeavyweightFlannel GHS' junior varsity led 30-20 starter Micki Sibley who played only
heading into the final period but a full sparingly because of a cut hand

court press brought the JV Lady Indians The Keystone JV visits Green Cove
to within two in the closing
Middle School today for :5
a
p.m.game
close with ,thatpress"
minutes. "We
got and Is set to host Bell's JV for a 6:30:
but out of gas I
we just ran '
p.m. game Saturday night. :
said coach Bob
Keystone
guess Koyitoiw t a 4 It 'at
Smith. The JV Lady 'Canes led 11-8
.
CalnmvllU 11 19 13
43
after one period and 21-14 at halftime. .....TONI .....,... l...,. 4. M4 !7. W, ,.. t.
Donna Dodd's game-high 23 points Cn ...........Wynn ..
fueled the KHHS charge while Dina OINU\f1LU-\ ..*!....tfHtn 1.O..d.1. ,fmill. .17,
Shirts $909R8 i Carr contributed five points and a SKhhtaltf. 4,w.tt.... W.M..



Indians Squash

aWe .

..\ Victory 6633Keystone's




Are Clearing Out Winter
Indiana split two games scored five of the last seven points in
M last week, getting the win over the first half and then beat the hosts
Merchandise To Make For Jacksonville Victory Christian Tuesday by 10 in period two to pull back into-
Way night at home (for a 3-5 regular the thick of the game at intermission
season record. As he said, they wished the In term Is-..
The Indians get two shots at Dun- sion never came. ,.;::::
Spring & Summer Wear. nellon this week, playing on the road Brummitt praised Cravey for:hf!::
r9 Friday night before hosting Dun- performance,and also credited Eddie::
oth\ nellon Tuesday,Jan IS. "We've been Dyal's offensive penetration froth'"OIIt::
C\: playing them umpteen years and going point for the second quarter explox'sion. ::
\nte back-to-back like that should T be The Indians had to do with lJf-
\W fun," KHHS i coach Ron Brummittsaid starter Chris de Bodisco out With a
O of the series.Keystone strained shoulder. Dyal backed

t\'iteS'OG 66 V. Christian S3 Cravey with 10 points Vinnie Gaglio :
\\ had nine and John Mathis came off '
The visitors from Jacksonville triedto the bench to hit three of four shots for
slow Keystone with a stall game six points.
11. but behind the shooting of Eddie Oyal ..,...... 1 27 4 10 ..2J..p.
who hit for 23 points, and Derrick .. 20 17 14 It 70
Carr who added) 18, the Indians had
s...TONI-a.l..4.tmrr l-l-t. Crmy: 10tll.TOTAli .
too much firepower after leading Just era--L,Oy11 I.3-..-eC..J..I'-1a..

7-4 after one period against the patient M-4-1I.. ...... ,
Christian club. JAWM- MM It.U.AllOT' M.MwllMll II.TOIMi
Victory __ 4, ...k7, 11.11. 5. 1157 e. Mp..w ..
"This was a good game for us, .!.....
said a satisfied Brummitt after the

win. ."! don't want to take anything
away'from them even though it might Baby In diai*
look like a runaway type ballgame. ..'
S They played a real Intelligent '
disciplined game and they impressedme. Now l' 4 II-
I know they were missing a couple -
of players because this is their ,t.:.,,= .:
it senior week so they'll be stronger ._ *
when we go there. -
up "The fourth quarter's what Eihed'us. .
But really I feel like we would have
'- ."said KHHS JV Coach Rich King:.
won tonight regardless.I was real impressed '
es
\ aa\ P.S with our team effort. and that qualifies as an understatement -'
.
Q "We didn't want to let them sit back after the Baby Indians couldn'tscore
and freeze the ball so we worked on a single point In the last period
+ our run and jumps (defense). It gave in falling to Jasper-Hamilton County-::
F t t4far1rcenterS us a chance to work on some things Friday night on the road. ,:.. '
like that, that we've just been talking The Baby Indians came back to top:;:
about." Jacksonville Victory Christian TUBS-::;
With Merry Cravey and Vinnie .day night at home for' their first- win;:
Gaglio contorting the boards the In- and a 1-4 mark.
dians got many second shots and led Entering the fourth period against
,25-13 at the half with .46 percent Jasper KHHS was down just 31-28
shooting. They upped that count to after three periods due to a solid mid-
47-25 after three periods. game performance.. Down 14-8 after.
".' one period the Baby Indians
Jasper 70 Keystone 52 outscored the Baby Trojans Then
Morry Cravey filled the buckets the middle periods to pull close. ,
with 22 points and the Indians scorched they hit their dry 81":111.being:
Jasper 27-17 in a red hot second: outscored 14-0 in the fateful final
period but a dismal third period showIng .
handed the momentum back to Only three Keystone player*scored
the host Trojans, who proceeded to in the game, with Sam Sibley carryIng -
turn the second: half into a blowout. the bulk of the load with hu game-
The Hamilton County squad, which high 111 points. 11 Jasper players
broke on top 20-9 in the first period. scared .r Sam Sibley played his best
led just 37-34 after the Indians game of the season*King noted. "I
second stanza. "But then we had our, was most pleased with his self control
,usual third quarter slump and with his scoring..", Bobby
remembered KHHS Coach Ron Strickland added six points and Greg ;
Brummitt, and Jasper spurred back, Prichard picked up three markers for;,
Ad Dates Good. ou to a 51-40 advantage heading Into the losers ,.'
the last period. They continued to at.,.- I 12 II t '1',
pour it on against Keystone's second ....... 14 t "S 14.q
.:: : Jan 10 team building the final 18 point gap. aY81q111'I', ."
"I'm not sure what it is, I know If au.rwa. _.. .
...5.w .15. 51M2.I. ,
ThruJan. we didn't have a halftime we would a.N5_b 511.1d..S..1.I.Jw.w..CoIIhf"
.
aaQaQ have been alright" Brummitt said of -aseason ; ,

13 the third period deceleration. 1eK8H3 JV llllf1'ill-4( wr'the..'

Jasper,a team Brummitt described visits DunneUon Friday night"
,Starke,; Fla. as having a wealth of good t-3 lea pen, and plays the same club at home..
11 jumped out to an 1M lead before the Tuesday, Jan 15 In a 15 p.m. game. :
Indians mounted a comeback. KHHS




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