Bradford County telegraph
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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 17, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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They're Going To Paint YoU Wagon ;

The 25-member cast for "Paint Your Wagon" are from left to right: Josh Charley Hall and Carolyn Canova. In the middle row from left to right: Judy I ISoutherland
Paul Hutchins, Buddy Patterson Bill McRae.Jerry Cuswller. TarDukel, Chris Wilson, Pauline Tanner Sandy Sander. Ruth Riddick and Marian 1
cy Wolbert, Don Neel, William McRae Bob Milner Cindy McRae, Greg Alverex. Douglas. In the front are Richard Jockel and Stephanie Parker. 1 1I I 1

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The Madam...

Pauline Tanner plays the part cl a madam for a house of III repute Cherry
Jourdel. Makeup was done by students at the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center
and costumes were designed and made by cast members.

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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

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(f I. Mist Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
Section A ;""., 28th Issue Thursday January 17, 19X0 USPS 062-700

Public Hearing. Set Tuesday NightOn


City of Starke's Comprehensive Plan


The Starke Planning and Zoning Planning Commission, said that the five years, and it will also be reviewed plementation activities based on any
Commission will conduct a public city adopted the Land Use Element of by the Planning Commission and changes to the above.If .
hearing tits regular meeting tonight Jke plan and a zoning ordinance on City each time a zoning or land use a local government fails to adopta
(Thursday,Jan. 17),on the city's proposed 4 1978. ..-change.! Is' request comprehensive plan by the ..
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Comprehensive!, Land Use PJaII'rr ; tl- ..-:' ..... : -plan be flexible :le8d1tn r the law_provides'that'thecounty's ..: "
which must be adopted by July 1. _"" .r"'i'Adlltilln'' bf't UJa Comfj\'ehenslve\ .j'The will enough so comprehensive plan shall '
Plan will it can be changed as the scene
cause no startling changes, tovern. If a county does not comply
Pie Z Chairman Drew Reddish laid Crosby said.! changes in Starke," Crosby said. vith the act then the state will
the hearing will follow the regular! "The plan will enable people to make prepare a comprehensive plan for it
business coming before the commla- An important aspect of the plan is decisions based upon the best infor- and its non-conforming: cities.
lion, which includes a review of twosubdivision the goals and objectives for develop- mation they have available." "The City Commission has felt all
ment, and standards for develop-
plats and a rezoning petition
.yIl along) that the citizens of Starke would
Il o '' presented by Ralph Bryan andW.C. ment, which form the basis of the Basic steps of the planning processare prefer that the city prepare its own '
Powell on property off Old plan, Crosby said.
: plan, with citizen help rather than 1
pt% Lawtey Road in the northern part of "While the plan will provide a guide 1. Determine and analyze the existing nave a plan prepared by outside agencies
town. for the development of the city, situation. ," Crosby said.
"I The comprehensive plan has been mechanisms are included to allow the 2. Identify goals and objectives. The citizens of Starke are urged to
4' s7L under study by the Planning Commission city commission to change the plan 3. Develop alternate approach for attend tonight's hearing in order to
s' ,. and citizen committeesfor
various in the discussion and
from time to time, either on its own solutions. participate
The Floozie EmergesGetting more than a year. Planners with initiative, or at the request of citizensto 4. Evaluate alternatives. become better Informed as to the provisions
the North Central Florida Planning change the plan," Crosby said. A 5. Prepare and adopt a plan. of the comprehensive plan.
ready for the play with the help of Hilda Johnson la Pat Scogglna. Mrs. Council assisted included with its preparation local major review of the plan by the Plan- 6. Implement plan. The Planning & Zoning commission;
Scoggins plays the part of a can can dancer. which citizens.also input by ilng Commission is scheduled every 7. Review and update plans and im- meets at 7:30: p.m.W1it .

Comprehensive plans for future
growth Is required by all county and

Musical Fare to Open city statute governments passed by the in Florida state legislaturein under a Norman to be InstalledAs mown Cltrftr

1975. The act set a deadline of July
1979 for completion of the plans, but
Starke and several other cities and
Jan. 31 Woman's ClubText counties were granted extensions to President ChamberRay
July I, 1980 to complete their plans.As of

expressed in the statute, the intent
and Photos by Ines Davis Ben decides to send Jennifer back of a comprehensive plan is to provide Norman, excecutive at the
BCT Staff Writer East to school but she falls in love guidelines for meeting the Community State' Bank, will be In-
with a Mexican, Julio (Bill McRae), challenges presented by future stalled as of the Starke-
Amidst the chaos there emerges a In the meantime, Ben has found a growth of the state. The Starke plan, Bradford County Chamber of Com- J
rough-edged cohesiveness-a wife who Jennifer does not like. She as all others,details the city's present merce at the its annual dinner-
dramatic presentation Is in the final decides to go to school and during her and projected needs for potable banquet Saturday, Jan. 26, at the
absence, the gold strike dies down water sanitary sewer, drainage,
rehearsals as cast members put the Starke Golf and Country Club.
their theatrical Ben's dreams of building a big cityare solid waste utility, public buildings,
finishing touches on dashed and Jennifer returns to recreation and open space, conservation Benton Futch of DeWitt C. Jones
efforts. disillusioned and penniless- ,Funeral Home will be Installed as
to be stagedat find Ben inter-governmental coordination AY.JANI7
"Paint Your Wagon,
the Starke Women's Club beginning but not for long. The play ends on a capital improvements program, president-elect. Mrs. Hazel Hardy rustic HiAaiNO
Jan. 31, is still somewhat like an happy note with Jennifer reunited and capital budget, land use, will be installed as secretary.The Planning S.Zoning
uncut diamond. The 25-member cast with Julio and Ben a happy man. transportation and housing. banquet will begin at 8:30: p.m. _-II OmmlttM Mooting 7i3O p.m. I
has betti rehearsing since August, This is Ms. Parker's second time The plan attempts to show the cur- The menu will be steak, potato, salad, ., City al Stark .
and the tint full dress rehearsal took around in acting-she was also In rent situation and conditions and to and pie for$7.50, one dollar above the .r Comprehensive Land
the amount and of
predict type public cost of .
Monday night Jan. 14. catering.In Use Plan
place "Fiddler On the Roof.
services the city will have to
providefor addition, the banquet will feature City Hall
\ Experienced and Inexperienced actors Costumes for the play were made its citizens to the year 2,000. It also the installation of six members on its
talent being chisld details existing and future needs In board of Re-elected to the
alike find their by the cast members, who were givena these governors.
and shaped under the adept direction -' free hand in what they wanted to areas. board In recent balloting were local JIIIOAy.JAN'I.ARIOII .
Crosby the city's planning and
of Richard Jockel, who has been make.. attorney Jess Wolbert and retired ,
involved in theater for much of his zoning official and secretary to the Florida Bank at Starke President DAY
life. It's the first love for Jockel, a Title "We Just looked closely at !the Jimmy Peek. New board members t tRay Plant a Tree
I coordinator for a several-c lanty dresses on TV westerns and used our CORRECTION!IIt elected are Linda Lawson, John

area. According to an associate, own knowledge,"explained Ruth RId- was reported in last week'sTelegraph Smith. Floyd Settles, and Andy Jor FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.JAM. .
Jockel can bring out talent In those dick, one of the can-can: dancers. "We .
dan.Awards .
that "Paint Your Wagon"was II and 11
who feel they have absolutely no acting brought the material and patterns in to honor local outstanding ,
scheduled for three weekends.
ability. for Richard to see before making citizens ,for citizenship and Norman IHS SANDHOCKATHON
Correct dates Era Jan. 31-Feb. 2 and will also be Cha tuber President
them, of course, she added. humanitarian service announced New
For everybody in the play the hard Feb. 79. at the banquet. Anyone with In Bond Hall
of of '
work of the rehearsals is mostly fun. suggestions persons deserving Friday-7p.m.thw
When a new play Is announced there Makeup for the play Is being done community awards Is asked to phone Saturday p.m.
is never a shortage of willing actors by three students from the 'Weather: 1980 Starting Out Soggy the Chamber office, 964-5278.will be Far Band uniform.SATURDAY .
for the a
and actresses. The group, also known cosmetology class at the Bradford- Program
.as the Starke Community Players, Union VoVTech Center. As Hilda Sodden .Is the word for Bradford County following weekend with over slide show of new buildings and .JAM19RUMMAOR
JIBs been staging musicals for 10 Johnson explained it. "We were told two inches of .slow, drizzling rain that soaked into an already saturated businesses in the county over the past SALEe100.6100
There will be formal
ears. by our instructor, Betty Stevens, to ground. several years. : pm.. i t
forget everything we learned bout New River fire tower reported 1.4 Inches falling Saturday and Sunday: speaker. Across from Wands
The dinner and play,which will run and subtlety and just pile it Highland tower recorded 1.9, and Santa Fe,3.1' for an average of 2.1 over kyKlwanllClub I IMONDA.
from Jan. 31 through Feb' 9, Is a bleeding." the county. .
period piece with the action set In Two above-average wet years, 1978 and 1979, have failed to bring much .,. JAN. II j I
r California: In 1883. Alan Jay Lerner And of all that change to the low lake levels In the Keystone Heights area. While some '1 MADfORO COUNTY -.. f
wrote the book and lyrics and music 'makeup the object? To make putting the cancan lakes have shown a slight improvement, others remain at or near the low c Index...., .. SCHOOL lOAm MEETING .: I I
was composed by Frederick Loewe, dancers look on like "floozies." With the levels set during several dry years preceding: 1978. ,. ._ 7iCOP.M.i .' !
the rush and the The 1979 12-month average rainfall in Bradford County was 77.7-28.60 I' '" '
It's the time of gold and ." S.
story revolves around Ben Rumson heavy eyeliner garish lipstick,' inches above the 50-year annual average of 49.10. September was the wet TWOSECTIONSSECTION Courtesy. Of ',
can-can dancers Cindy McRae,Sandy test month with K.60 Inches August was second high with 11.70; and AlSoctatr. '
(Richard Jockel: ) and his daughter ;
Jennifer (Stephanie Parker). Sanders, Pat Scogglns and Ruth Rld January was a close third with 10.10. ...... .... Pages SA,4AtaA JACKSON BOILOIN& : \
: Jennifer finds some gold nuggets dick an truly ,transformed into The 197S total was TO Inchev-ls-W: Inches more than. the 80-year average Editorial. ... ,.. ... .., Page 4A '
'while praying at a !graveslte and the floozies,circa_1883. for this area. Legals& Real ..t.. .... Page MA SUPPLY Of Stark. .:. \
word of gold spreads like wildfire In spite of the prevailing wet conditions, growers report that strawberries ,. Hw 301 8.,084-6078! '" '
which stand lot of water still look In prime condition, and the SECTION B! '
'The gold miners flock: in and Ben were designed and can a Heights'
The stage props Norman's market the weekend.The Sports.... ... .. Pages ,.-.BflsRClassifieds Keystone
finds himself with a daughter Charles Hall and several first of the season appeared in over 'I. ,
young tOO And 11 '
built -
by Hwy "
surrounded by several men with more Hall has been designing seta forecast for Thursday through Saturday is for partly cloudy and .,.. ... ..... .. Pge7S .i.c'Obltuarl.l. 4T3-4873'
helpers. ... ...:.. ... .
than gold on their minds. for seven years.-' mild weather, with a chance of shower on Saturday.' Page 108)

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I ., Bean Machine Plan Closer With Acreage Commitment 'j I

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Plans to locate bean cleaning and package you can sell." The machinecan really don't think we'll have any to offer seed;,technicafservice:>, and.,.4.?.'W.b.: Pope'Jr. Mid the expected
packaging machine at the Brooker "handle any amount of beans you' marketing them," MUch containers to growers taadifttlon to ''purchase 5'of international Business
State Farmer's Market this season can grow," Addison said. though he noted he wouldn't marketing: \ the crop xi jj>M ..., 'Machines Corp of the land on which
nit another step forward Jan.8 when "We can handle the packaging and ( any "extravagant promises." AiSdlsoii said, tb..coopen' he has grown sweet corn for some 20
vegetable growers indicated Duda can handle sales" Addison said marketing Is generally years will largely put him out of the
their intention to plant nearly 300 l when there Is substantial also market peppers,;cue mbenl, andother'produce'of sweet corn business later this year.
!' acres of beans to help make Investment said.He stressed that all of a area growers
... in the machine feasible. growers crop. through the packing shed Tn Lake Pope noted his pre-cooler a
packaging and marketing beans
It's not feasible to to the fresh Butler. necessary facility for the marketingof
c Leroy Addison of the American the go
Vegetable Cooperative in Lake Butler through"treated the same"cooperative would be ,we can always go to the cann Potential for sweet corn productionIn fresh sweet corn, has a capacity of
promised last month to locate the members. Addison said as the cooperative only difference plant and not 1 lose the whole hog." the Brooker area received a boost up to 10,000 crates per day and could
bean machine at the Brooker marketto is that non-members wouldn't reminded the growers. when an Alachua producer offered handle the production from ether
serve both that area and Lake be. eligible for any patronage said Duda is also in a position .the use of his cooling facility. growers.
Butler If the Brooker growers would dividends that might result if a profitis
commit themselves to grow 200 additional made on the packaging operation.
... acres of beans.Committments The dividends would be a return on Trials Scheduled 21 I
:::. exceeded Addison's the investment made by cooperative Jan.
__ goal by nearly 100 acres. Some 800 members in the bean machine.To .
"- acres of beans are expected to be a question about when trials are tentatively schedul mation charging him with making a an accessory after the fact for giving
grown between Lake Butler and would be paid for beans delivered growers to begin Jan. 21 In circuit court. false unemployment claim while ear- false information. Ms. Bradley pled
... Brooker areas and including both the cooperative, Addison noted. selection will begin at 9 a.m. ning wages from Thelo Enterprises guilty to the charge Monday, Jan. 14.
_. members and non-members of the D. 20, a former
"We're not buying. Duda'sllelling." with the following trials to Inc. of Gainesville. Bruce Moyers
vegetable cooperative.The place Tuesday: Robert Steve Bryan,28, of Waldo is Lawtey Correctional Institute
Under the Edmond Laprell, 19, of charged with aggravated battery In employee,faces trial on charges of In-
cooperative's arrangement will be tried on charges of connection with the beating of a troduction of contraband. He was arrested
cooperative has"gone out on a with Duda, the firm acts as a for illegally bringing
carrier. 13
of a structure with intent to 57-year-old) newspaper Aug.
limb already" by making a down pay- broker, selling produce primarily in Times- of into the
theft and grand theft. Laprell Charles A.Morris,a Florida eight grams marijuana
=::: the$85.000 bean machine and Northeast markets at the best price
on with breaking into Ger- Union carrier was beaten In the early prison.Calvin.
they wanted the support of other '. Molds in Lawtey on May 7 and morning hours on Sept..28 while he Martin Jr., 22, of 1324
growers to install the machine at the into a safe taking some old was delivering papers to the Majik Charles Ct., will face trial for
Brooker market.The cooperative hasa Market on Orange and Madison burglary and grand theft. Martin was
space problem at Lake Butler but ..................... News Griffis,52,of Rt.1, Box 100-C.( Streets. arrested Aug. 24 and charged with
there is plenty of room at the Brooker face trial for unemployment Also charged in the beating incidentwas breaking into Buddy Thompson's'
market. fraud. Griffis was ar Marolyn K. Bradley 19. of garage on Old Lawtey Road and tak-
"We're trying to work out Sept. 4 on a three-countinfor- Starke. She was charged with being ing tools and a firearm.
something to get into a bigger place Halls Charged
than we have in Lake Butler,' Addison -
0' said. With Battery

The cooperative Is composed of Battery charges have been filed
:. seven members from Alachua,Baker against William H. and Ronnie Hall
.. and Bradford Counties and began for the altercation which occured Denmark Furniture
operation last spring at the former Dec. 20 after a zoning meeting,accor-
.'. Lake Butler Produce Company pack- ding to the state attorney's office.
ing shed. A criminal summons was served
Vegetable crops grown by the Halls Monday,Jan 14.
cooperative members were marketedlast
year by A.Duda fc Sons Inc. of The Halls proprietors of Bobby's
Florida which Addison calls the"biggest Produce in Theressa.allegedly began Inventory
shippers of produce in the punching their across-the-street com- '
worlg" ietitor, Curtis Edwards, after the
:: Herb Milch marketing specialistfor zi.iing board denied the Hall's rezoning -
Duda, stressed to growers at the i-!quest The Halls had requestedtheir
December meeting that volume is the convenience store on the corner Sale
... name of the game.To get a good price of SR-loo and SR-18 be rezoned to
it Is necessary to have volume Milch allow self-service gas pumps to be In- Clearance
said. stalled. Edwards whose store across
the street has gas pumps,opposed the
Addison said he and other reclassification citing traffic hazardsas
.cooperative members visited the main reason. The Bradford
vegetable fields and packing operations County Zoning Board denied the Hall
in South Florida and the bean request for gas pumps, but the county HEAVY DUTY ,
machine they are having built for commission later overturned the zon- LIVING ROOM SUITE
Brooker "will be the best in the ing board decision.
southeast." COCOA DOOR MAT
Twenty-two witnesses were sub- '
The W/ Tables18"x30"
sophisticated machine will office.
the state
peonaed by attorney's
clean and package the beans and Witness had reported at the time of
"when they come out, you've got a the fight that the Halls began pun- $695 From $19995PRICES
ching Edwards just outside of the ..
-.. courthouse after the meeting.

J Correction ,i
,t House Destroyed by \ _
It was reported Last week that FireA
Ronald E. Newman 30.was arrested WOOD HEATER
and charged with affray in connection house fire on Thursday. Jan. 3, i
with the fracas at the Back Door completely destroyed the residence of ON ALL ODD .
Lounge Saturday. Jan. 3. Mrs. Joe Moms Jr. on the corner of
Newman was charged with battery Old Lawtey Road and Market Road. .",
not affray.andwas involved : LIVING ROOM CHAIRS Re'g109"*< NoW ,7495
not in the No one was Injured.'' -'.j- **_
:2 I fracas It was also reported occur The fire, which was reported City"I
involving several people, around 8:30: p.m, took three hours to
{Saturday night. It actually occured extinguish. The Starke Fire Depart- ONLY TWO LEFT
pearly. Saturday morning around I ment could not enter the house SEAT-CHAIR I
JamI because furniture had fallen into both i
According to sheriffs deputy John entrances. BOOKSHELF
Dempsey,Newman was charged with According to fire department
battery for an incident on Saturday records the fire FUR & ANTRON VELVET
was by a cir-
Jnight in which he threw two people out cular heater. Extra Deep For Stereo Or T.V.
sal the Back Door Lounge. Pee Wee
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: Telegraph regrets the error j morning on US-301 about four miles 7 PC.
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January 17,1KU I TELEGRAPH PageSA

Starke Commission 'II


I Grants Coordinator Resigns ed that Merrill Dees will tear down the hall as soon as be ,
can. Mayor-Commissioner Vernon Silcox agreed to have
Housing and Urban Development grant coordinator the hall torn down if no extra expenses to the city were In- I
e da Day made her resignation official Tuesday at the curred and asked that city employees do the work.
F I regular commission meeting. She will resign Feb. 1. I .1
,Rids Mrs. Day said she is resigning for "personal reasons," !
and does not have another Job lined up. She indicated she Jenkins Recreation !
wants to spend time with her three children.As Center II
17 To Get Facelift f
.k I
rl ,i, i J.'r Director of Community Development Mrs.Day wrote I
( grant proposal, monitored progress on the spending of Commissioners unanimously agreed to have the city i i
grant monies and administered: the monies. She has been advertise for bids for the rennovatlon of the Jenkins
1 with the city 13 months. Mrs. Day previously worked with Recreation Center under the 1979 Housing and Urban I
the city of Hawthorne In the same capacity.In Development grant as requested by grants coordinator Lln-
da Day.
an emotional farewell, Mrs. Day told commissioners Mrs. Day asked the commission to advertise for bids to i
she was very proud to have worked with the commission have windows installed, a new roof built, air conditioningand f
and the engineering; firm of Bessant. Hammock & heating installed, replacement of flooring and siding\ I
Ruckman and to have the building completely rewired.
"I've gotten most of the glory for my work here, but I The bids will be open Jan. 31 at S p.m. !
couldn't have made it without all of you," Mrs. Day said. In other grant business, Mrs. Day Informed the commission ,
; Engineer Don Ruckman recommended that Mrs. Day's that housing rehabilitation program was right on :.
assistant, Jerry Wadsworth, be named to replace Mrs. schedule with 40 applications placed, nine homes com I ,
Day. He also recommended the commission ask Mrs. Dayto pleted and six homes under rennovation. j I
stay on as a consultant, since she knew The $150,000 HUD grant for housing rehabilitation Is being i
hxi about the grants."The commissioners unanimously agree used to rennovate 27 houses in the Reno section. '1 i
with Ruckman's suggestions.

City Considers Radio Maintenance .J :

Contract '1
i Bids Open for Street Repaving '
M t'' A proposal to have the city's radio and commications
to Five bids were opened Tuesday night Jan. IS, at the equipment maintained was presented to commissioners by
''I. '. e Starke commission meeting for the repaving of Polk, Col- Jerry Thompson, Bradford County's civil defense director.
;, l J j lins and Spence Streets, with no contract awarded yet. Thompson proposed to maintain the city's 71 pieces of
: ,M Approximately 1.405) feet of repaving needs to be done audio equipment and to install and remove two mobile
and the bids were as follows: John C. Hipp ConstructionCo. radio units a year, among other things. Thompson,who In-
., of Alachua, bid $:S I a square yard. Estimated yardagewas stalled the electronic equipment for the new police department -
) '1'' ... 3,000 square yards. D.E. Whitehurat & Sons, of ,did not quote a price in case bids are open at a later
( Williston, bid $4.75 a square yard for an estimated 2,500 date
I, I. \ square yards. Ernest Jensen, of Jacksonville placed a bid The matter was referred to Commissioner Harold Epps
"It's Nothing Fancy for (13.50 per linear foot. Harlis R. Ellington Construction and Charles Schaefer.Currently the city is paying approx-
Co., of Lake Butler, bid$13,975 for the Job and Vallencourt imately$247 a month for such repairs.
Terry McCarthy, Chairman and nothing fancy." McCarthy admitted at a charter Construction! Co., of Jacksonville, bid $20,960) for the work.
the Hielbron Springs Volunteer attended by nearly 30 men Monday night. "But I The bids were turned over to the street committee for
I the wheel of the 1952 Seagravo do for us until we can afford to get something bet- consideration.Bids Fire Hydrant Needed on Market
fighting group bought to start Its were also open before the regular meeting for paving StreetThe
resurfacing, sidewalk construction and drainage im-
provements. Commissioners voted to have its engineeringfirm city desperately needs a fire hydrant on Market
I. Heilbron is BornA study estimates for the work which will be paid for out Street, Commissioner Wilbur Waters told commissioners.
of the bid will be awarded
HUD grant. The next Tuesday, Tuesday night.
Jan. 22 at:9 p.m. "We really need a hydrant over there-if we had had one
volunteer fire-fighting force miles in as getting CPR, first aid, and fire we wouldn't have lost a house two weeks ago,"Waters said.
the Heilbron The closest hydrant is on Estelle Street, which Is about
serve Springs area training;, and coming by hoses, axes,
all but officially formed Monday McCarthy and all the other equipment they'll three-quarters of a mile away. Waters had asked con-
as nearly 30 men from the to go out need. "Anything we can get our hands sulting engineer Jim Lucas If the new $1.2 million HUD
sandwiched between Starke back. on will be less we'll have to buy,"Mc- City Hall To Be Torn Down grant had provisions for the installation of hydrants.Lucas
Raiford to communi- replied there were no such provisions.
met put signature
Carthy urged. Without making a motion or taking a vote city commissioners
behind the volunteer force want to decided Tuesday night to tear down l old city hall City May Have Dog CatcherA
the"U's chew at Also on the board of directors is
Instead of it moved Pratt Street
the having as previouslyvoted
Terry McCarthy, young the area Treasurer Townsend Strickland,
man and Director of the Board Secretary Gerald Norman, and Directors on. dog catcher for the city may be In the offing if commissioners
what is to be legally' named Jimmy Gaskins, Henry Thorn- Commissioner Charles Schaefer recommended the city agree to hire Steve Courson as their dog catcher.
Heilbron Springs Volunteer night's ton, Johnny Cowart, Claude Howie, hall be torn down. He did not give a specific reason for the Courson sent a letter to City Clerk Merrill Edwards applying
Department Inc., said the the 1952 and Art Semite. recommendation. All commissioners agreed with for the job, saying "he was not afraid of dogs." :
drawn up and signed by most of Springs Schaefer'g recommendaton. A contract had been awardedto The job would pay $100 a month plus $15 for gas. .
chartered members Monday for Donations to the new department P.K.Hunt,of Cross City,to move the building at a cost of Along!the canine lines, Police Chief Jimmy Bowen asked
must be sent to Tallahassee for that it can be made to Heilbron VolunteerFire $6,000. Work was to begin sometime after Christmas; the commission to consider either moving or building a new
approval by the state. The group for Department and mailed to Town. however, no work has begun. dog pound. ,
be meeting Tuesday,Jan 29, at 7 p fire send Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 108,. The materials from the hall can be used by the city to
at McCarthey's Garage at the a plot just Lawtey, Fla. 32058. build a garage,Commissioner Wilbur Waters said.He add- Commissioners took no action on either request.
of SR-16 and CR 229-A to consider on SR-16
laws for their organization, Mrs.Inez

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''I and signed by those present said such GERALD GRIFFIS

I SREC Sets Public Meetings
Located Across From
All community residents are Invited Hampton City Hall 7:30: Wednesday, Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds On U.S. 301 North
to attend a community meetingIn Jan. 23. .
your area. The purpose of the *Brooker-Community Center,7:30: Builder Of Custom Quality HomesSince
meeting is to discuss development Tuesday.Jan. 22.eLawtey.Elementary. CARBURETOR
program plan and priorities for the School, SPRAY 1971
next four years. A Suwannee River Thursday, Jan. 24, CLEANER

Economic from Council Live Oak(SREC will)be representative present S ssf This Is One Of The Many Homes BuiltBy

ot explain the program and disucss 1 1.0t3l
your views and ideas on the needs of
your local areas. Gerald Griffis

We urge you to please attend and let ; I }' iREATMFMI L. .,-, .. '!
us hear your needs and ideas. .. "' LN .
Schedule of the week of Jan. 21-25: ;.;;' ,," ..,,,.,. ''' '
Starke-OJd RJE School Cafeteria, A person's nose and
7:30: Monday, Jan. 21. ea r's continue to
Hampton and Speedville grow throughout life. Co rbu reto r-S pray

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We Have Homes Ranging From 28,000 And l

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9ge Financing Available Through FHA VA And
Motor Oil
Conventional Loans We Now Have Homes

Ready For Immediate Occupancy With No

Pedaie..e.Am 12 oz. uaa fH 120 Money Down-: If You Qualify. .

DaVe's Treatment 1 .j :

M.'ftGER Cheeses ".y We Built 18 Homes In Bradford County In .
Restores Beautifies .
10e Extra : 119 1 979 And; We Remodeled Many Others.
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First Observance Mother's Day
.. of
i ebiTORiAls!

:; = r- Was Front Page Story Back in 1909 4

News was scare in SUrke In mid-
May, 1909 and two full columns on the
: What's a Comprehensive Plan ? front page of The Telegraph were

Day devoted locally.to the observance of Mother's STARKE )

During the past year there has been a lot A good plan must remain flexible. It is not But it was the first Mother's Day In

of talk and a lot of work done by local citizenson "chiseled in stone." It is a living documentthat Florida, following the suggestion
alters with the vision of the Governor Gilchrist that this state join
Comprehensive Land Use Plans for the citizenry. It with others In the observance. "The
county and city. must be constantly read and updated. white carnation and the red rose,

emblematic of the occasion, were
But still the average citizen, not actively Far too often such plans become merely a much in evidence last Sunday." The

participating in the work of formulating these tool for planners. But if the plan does not guide services at all Starke churches were

plans, may have only a very hazy idea of what the policy decisions of the administrator, it is reported In detail with a full column
they are all about. a useless document. Therefore it is the duty of devoted to a tribute to motherhood by
Rev. Edwards, pastor of the Baptist
:: To put it as simply as possible-a good planis all interested citizens and all responsible of- Church.
that the remains
ficials to see city plan con-
7' a navigator's chart to the future. Over a Raiford AltercationThe
period of time there should be no goal of city tinually relevant. Actual problems outlined
within goal areas must lead to decisions and town of Raiford had Its
;. government that is not contained and explained concrete actions that result in actual programs Mother's Day observance, too-but It

in such a plan, along with the clearly defined toward common goals. also had. something a little more ex
citing."...two colored damsels met on
:; specific governmental steps for achieving
the railroad track to settle a dispute
;: those goals. The plan may become a ben- Tonight-Thursday, January 17-will pre- and wreck vengeance upon each
sent a unique opportunity for the citizens of
other. They at once entered into a
chmark by which the effectiveness of a program Starke to actively participate in the planningof rough and tumble fight, which lasted

can be visibly measured from year to the city's future. It will be better to make about 20 minutes when their wind

year. your views known now than to wait until after gave out. They had thorognly spoiled

Furthermore, the plan can serve as an im- the plan is adopted on July 1, 1980. Ideas each raiment other's, and complexion looked like,they as well had as a

portant vehicle for the discussion of city presented then may fall into the classificationof tussle with mad dogs in a briar patch,

policies and their implications by maintaininga "too little and too late." At the very least, being bitten, clawed and torn. They

clear focus on central issues that are often they will have to go through a complicated were later on given to the tender mer-"

clouded by the urgency of narrower day to day process of amendment in order to make a cy of Dr. Miller and a deputy sheriff.

change after once being adopted.
problems. -
Council Gets ReportThe /o 0o

City Council met with E.S. Mat-
thews, chairman. W.J. Griffin S.A.
Political Bryan and H.M. Scarborough pre- 1
I Making HayIt's sent. Report of the Bond Trustees for
lights and water for the
month of for the first time and failed to
April was submitted showing collec- fill until one of them discoverd a case
tion of 1718.34 of Mr. Daniels' famous ginger ale. recognize him. Our mayor, not likingfor
; expenditures,
to make arrests in his
all to"make $1,107.29; and cash on hand, 61105.) They found a nice quiet spot behindthe foreigners
right hay while the sunshines".but A Pennsylvania Republican is reprintinga Presbyterian Church for drinking territory inquired where the strange
making politics with the nation's newspaper article crediting him with help- each other's health in sparkling policeman hailed from The incongruity -
Lease The J.G.
foreign policy in critical times such as these? ing originate the idea of creating a rapid- Alvarez For Sale corner or store and: gin house ginger ale, and then chewof of the mayor of Starke not

That's something else again.In deployment force of U.S. Marines to respondto property with all machinery, con- tobacco they also swipe to recognizing some good-natured his police merriment.force gave rise

= of any future Iran-style emergency-a proposal sisting of gasoline engine, grist mill of the week I
spite the plea for national unity we Another big story was
rice mill, two double-roller sea Island
later the Carter administration.
are now witnessing a sad and deplorable sight adopted by cotton gins, cotton press, hydraulic that Halley's Comet failed to Newsy Tidbits

: With emotions running high and another elec- pump, etc., with all privileges. Apply obliterate This SUrke. as had been feared Delegates from Starke attendingthe
by some. heavenly phenomenon
tion year just warming up, some over-eager All this brings back memories of the con- to A.S. Crews, Starke. appears in the sky every 75 or 76 Anti-Saloon League's 5th Annual

American politicians are trying to make gressman who gained public attention duringthe years so should be putting in another Convention in Jacksonville were:
political capital out of the hostage crisis in Vietnam war as the designer of ID Local News Flashes appearance in 1985 or '86. Rev. L.W. Kickliter, representing the

Iran and Russia's brute force action in bracelets, each bearing the name of a U.S. Those who go out in the woods have Bradford County Temperance Union,
Mrs. F.A, Scott, of the WCTU and
;, remarked an almost total absence of Marshal's New Uniform
: Afghanistan. prisoner of war-bracelets that were eventually red bugs. The shortage in this crop Rev. F.C, Edwards, of the Baptist

Several candidates, without regard to the worn by five million Americans. Now will however not affect the prosperity Starkeites were chuckling over the Church.
Robert Dornan of California following item which appeared in the
Republican Rep. of Bradford County.
result of their actions are adopting a low formof has the
May 10, 1910 Issue: Little Sim Gardiner rented
to revive the the
idea using namesof
opportunism in trying to cash in electorally vows The Orange Blossoms will serve ice room south of Hollingsworth's Shoe
._ without regard for the consequences. the hostages, if they remain unreleased cream on Saturday afternoon in the The other afternoon, as the Wannee Shop and started a bicycle repair
-. when Congress reconvenes January 22. office 'next door to J.M. Alvarez's branch train reached Starke,Conductor shop. He uses nothing but sterilizedair
One Republican presidential candidate, Store, beginning at 4 o'clock. Duffin sent word to Marshal for inflating tires and has made
Senate minority leader Howard H. Baker, of Such emotionalism can do absolutely no Austin to come and arrest a colored arrangements for furnishing hot air

Tennessee is attempting to blitz Iowa voters good of course, and can only reflect un-, Bullbat shooting is now on with our passenger who was creating. a disturbance ,when the cool season arrives.,
Favorably on candidates: who use such tacticsin sportsmen This gullible and on the train. 'R.Fi Demorest"and 1 family and
with television commercials showing him out-
destruc- members of his theatrical companyleft
effort to votes. benighted bird is lured to
shouting an Iranian student in a showy con- an garner tluon by old hats thrown up in the air. A stop was made at the Call Steet Monday for Macon Ga., where

frontation at the state university.The And not all)) of the offenders are It comes to look at what he thinks is a crossing and Mr. Austin,who had just they play next week. Mrs. DeGaf-
strange bug and gets a load of No.8shot received his natty new uniform ferelly, Mrs. Demorest's sister who
unfortunate ad is being aired in five Republicans, of course. Democrat Senator for its pains. entered and nabbed the darky. This had not fully recovered from her late
Iowa cities during the weeks preceding the Ted Kennedy drew much criticism with his Little Miss Florence Canova enter- was seen by Mayor Hoover who spied illness, was accompanied by Miss \d.
harsh words about the Shah of Iran which the marshal in his blue and brass
January 21 precinct caucuses-the first formal tained her friends at the beautiful die Baisden her nurse.
test for the nation's presidential candidates. even if true, should not have been spoken for home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
political purposes in a time of national crisis. Paul E. Canova, Tuesday afternoon, Legislative Hearing FOR SALE: Good two-story five
Thomas Evans Jr. another the event marking her 9th birthday. room dwelling in good neighborhood
Rep. But the temptation to capitalize on any Little Florence is an immaculate Set for District in Starke $500. Cash or half cash and
of Delaware
Republican distributed to radio
blond and received her guests in a balance on easy terms. Apply to N.B.
issue that is
few votes too
mean a more
stations in his state tape recordings of his may white mull frock with blue sash and as Friday, January 25 Hull.
in the House great for many politicians to resist. We can on-
speech introducing legislation to usual was very sweet.
ly hope that our foreign policy does not suffer
the of
expedite deportation foreign students The annual Legislative Hearing for = FORESTRY
who participate in violent or illegal too greatly from their vote-making efforts 1910 More Newsy Bradford County will be held in the
demonstrations. with no regard for national safety. County Commission room of the new IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy
Things had picked up considerablyon courthouse at 1 p.m. Friday Jan 25,
the news front by May 1910 with the according to Rep. Frank Williams.
robbery of R.O. Daniel's store, near
the depot, reported on the front page. The legislative delegation of this
I Loss of ValuesCan The Telegraph said that the robbers district, consisting of Williams and :Mark FriesIf
had apparently drunk nothing but Senators Buddy McKay and Pete
tepid and muddy water of late,for the Skinner will meet with their consti-

first thing they.pounced u a tuents pertaining to legislative mat-

America survive if traditionally ac- its outermost limits the capacity of the human cider keg from which they rank their ters in this area. you are intending to purchasetree

cepted moral values are constantly eroded bya mind to resist shock and revulsion..The trou- seedlings from the Division of

popular culture that endorses.and exploits ble with the kind of wide-open pornography Forestry this year, you best not put it

violence and self-indulgence) of every kind? that is rampant today is not that..it removes County Aunts By off any longer

the blinders, but that it distorts the view. Prowess '
More than 40 million trees have
This is the that is
question causing more is proclaimed but loving is denied. Whatwe been sold
Bobby tee already since they went on
and the flood of Notebook
more concern as pornography have is not liberation, but dehumanization. w >r. the market in July: seven million remain -
both soft and hard, threatens to take over our ." TaylorPhone L' Ten species have been sold out

nation's entertainment mediums--books, completely, but the Division's
movies, stage, and televisionOne These are not the words of straight-laced :964-6J80 nurseries still have 16 species to

reformers, but of thinkers who are watching choose from.
of the most concerned observers of the scene with genuine alarm. They reflect a It's good to get a couple days of sun A plant that does not receive sufficient
this trend in American life is editor Norman shine and mild weather after several chilling to satisfy its winter rest The seedlings are sold at cost by the
growing conviction that the onslaught of
Cousins of the "Saturday Review" who days of cold, windy and wet weather. is state agency. The pines that remainare
requirement usually delayed in
brutalizing words and images needs to be priced at $12 thousand, while
Seems like the weather can make a per
describes the American ad- leafing out and blooming. Often the
people's "grim resisted in the minds of Americans if the coun- big turn around in a short time this of flower and leaf buds will be some hardwoods, such as dogwoodand
justment to things we have no business adjusting opening a variety of oaks, to MOper
to." try is not to slip into a demoralized and time of year. scattered over a long period of time. thousand. range up

vulnerable state. They feel that it is no longer These plants usually will have only a

He sees no greater basic national problem enough to watch the cheapening of America showing Greens some and our affects forage of crops the bad are few years fruit and at all.probably produce littleor The types of trees still availableare !

than a desensitization to what gives value to wash over the land as if it didn't really matter. weather conditions. However, no : North and South Florida slash

our lives: "Books, motion pictures, television, Somehow the nation must be resensitized to strawberry fields are still looking On the other hand, plants with low dogwood pine, loblolly Arizona pine, cottonwood,
the humane view of life that will the good Low temperatures do not seem leaf and cypress. Autumn
and the
magazines, arts in general are caughtup destroy but chilling requirements might olive laurel oak, sawtooth oak,
to hurt the strawberry plant ex-
in an absurd but dangerous race to press to market for brutalization of our values. posed fruit and bloom can be damaged. bloom too early during a cold winter turkey oak red cedar, catalpa,
make them to
and subject injury or sweetgum and green ash.
loss of bloom and fruit.

Most strawberry growers are more We have new fruit crops fact sheet The planting season here in Bradford -
concerned with getting too much rainor that these of dooryardfruit
covers aspects
County runs from the month of
water in their fields than they are
It also lists thespecies
production. November through the middle of
77 M with the cold temperatures. Excess and varieties of fruit trees
February. This is the time of
I the year
root to
water cause
can be in Call or
that can grown our area. when the. trees are dormant and
e that will affect later fruit
plants pro-
duction. come. by your County Agents office. therefore are least likely to be
t damaged when transplanted.
Don't let the weather keep you from
'Speaking of fruit production, this is your plans and preparations for your
The average Size of U.S. households today is 2.8 persons.Mi >the best time of year to set fruit trees. home garden. the area needs to be The minimum order for the trees
= There are several kinds of fruit which selected a soil sample taken, and mentioned above is 25 seedlings. The
can be gi-iwn successfully in our land preparation started. If the area minimum charge will be the price for
area You can grow apples, blackber-- needs a liming material, dolomite or 500 seedlings of the species ordered.,
ries, blueberries, figs, bunch grapes lime needs to be applied as soon as
muscadine grapes, nectarines, pears, possible.We .
QRitd to peaches, pecans persimmons, plums When trees are ordered they can be
and some citrus varieties If you have also have some good printed picked up at the nursery or deliveredto
73 iiji the space, time and desire. gardening information that covers all the Division of Forestry site in your
AIFIVFMtAela iti1f areas gardening One circular that area. In Bradford County the trees
ni lON Fruit growing can be an interestingand every gardener should have is Circular are delivered to the Starke Work
rewarding hobby which will provide No. 104. It covers planning, soil Center which is located next to the
C fresh fruit at the peak of Its preparation, liming, fertilization, Irrigation fire tower on State Road 100 between
::::: ON BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MI LLE R maturity. weed control, insect and Starke and Lake Butler.

==: Publishers disease control.
--- Selection of adaptable species and
Published.sash Thursday and.....,... as second Class Matter.rl the Pest Off k at Stark*.M..under. Act al March I. *" variety Is critical to dooryard fruit Moat important Is the circular Order forms for the seedlings can
be obtained
-- In the Foresters
F Subscription rate In...**......It rr yodel M Six Month select production a variety, however.or specie Make that sure has ou he which has the listing of arrows office located In the Agriculture
varieties spacing of plants ,
outside. >trade*....f 10,*.y.I5.IOSI.| Month and cold Building on North 301 or for an update
Phone,..I-MOS Stark*.Florid proper chilling requirement seed planting depths, and expected on what trees are still available,you .:
hardiness for our area.
yields. your copy today.
can call him at 964-6280 Ext. 219.
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,.1, Woman's Club Holds

:ti : Arts and Crafts I I,

Y '\ 41 J'; I Program Jan. 9 fYlte fjJ 1 ide

An Arts and Crafts program was
r presented by Mrs. A.J. Barry, chair- ; gJ6 mool
i man of the Arts Department, at the ry OTJ 11/ I

... '-. t- Wednesday the Starke, Jan.Woman's 9 luncheon Club meetingof beginn- Sod.l, J/o"< /fly U %Fte_ u ,em' J- I

ing at 12:19: p.m.
Hostesses! for the afternoon were: 964.7608 .II
10 Mrs. Barry, Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle, It
Mrs. Wayne Douglas, Mrs. W.J. Ep- "e

person, Mrs. G.N. Goldwire, Mrs.
Carlos Hernandez, Mrs. H.L. Speer I
: and Mrs. Bemer Spry. Mr. and Mrs. Ancil O. Davis
,t.'0 I President Mrs. W.H.. Thomson

presided over tile business meeting .

'., '" where plans were discussed for a Celebrate Fortieth Anniversary
> luncheon to be held In
I> :" ............, spaghetti and Show -
March an Antique presentation Mr. and Mrs. Ancil O. Davis

Mrs Elaine Thornton center, was installed as president of the United In the spring. celebrated their wth wedding anniversary I
The club is a
Methodist Women In ceremonies Jan. 8. Sunday, Jan. 6, at a reception
and 9
Theatre on Jan. 31, Feb. 1.2,7,8 at their home at 411 N. St. Clair I
Mrs Annette Lawson, left. Is treasurer and Mrs. Lucille Godwin, center Is entitled
at the club house. The play Street their children Mr. and
given by
vice-president. Francis Newland not shown is secretary. I
'Paint Your Wagon"will be presentedby Mrs. Johnny L. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. 4' 1
a cast directed by Richard Jockel. Rex Bailes and Mr. and Mrs. R,D. I
Mrs. V.J. Spengler is in charge and Crawford.Mrs. .
Hold Installation
Methodist Women tickets at 7.50 each may be purchased Crawford greeted the guest I

and reservations made by contac- as they arrived and kept the guest !
Service And Tea For New MembersFirst ting Mrs. Spengler(!: at 964-6046, Mrs. book.
H.C. Ritch 964-5712 Mrs. James I
At points of interest in the party II
and Mrs. C.C. I
Blackshear 533-2441
rooms was a potted philodendrum t I Itr
United Methodist Women met Rowell a; a
Cindy and Mrs. J.F. Blood- Hill 5332069.
t and
plant, strawberry begonia>> potted
Tuesday night of last week In the worm, Silk dogwood legend corsageswere Following the business meeting chrysanthemums.The .
sanctuary for their January general presented to each. members and friends were invited by of the refreshment table was covered 1I I
showing one
meeting, installation of officers and At the front of the hall and Marty Barry seen
were three Mrs. Barry to view the many arts exhibits on display at Woman's Club with a white lace cloth over red linen
pledge service and then retired to the attractively appointed tables crafts that were on display. Not only and centered by a three-tiered an- I I
Fellowship Hall for a tea honoring the covered with white lace edged cloths. members of the club but husbands, program.! niversary cake decorated with rose I
new members. The middle table was centered with a children and friends of the community and topped with a figure 40 encircled
Outgoing president Mrs. H.H. pyramid arrangement of pastel col- as well as from; Gainesville had displaying quilts needlepoint pillows, with net. Also on the table was an ar-
Adams welcomed the 60 members attending a set of matching needlepoint chairs,
ored silk flowers. Mrs. Adams presided works of art on display. of red and white
rangement carna-
and thanked the group for at the silver coffee service and The men exhibited such art work as pictures, silk flower arrangements, tions. '
their help and cooperation given to Mrs. Thornton presided at the punch a lovely macrame plant hanging, needlepoint floor pillow, several The honoree's niece Mrs. Bob Ellin
her in the past year. bowl. An attractive large sheet cake wood carving doll house completewith counted thread items, works in oil of Garden City Kas. cut the cake. J
At an impressive service Mrs. R.S. was served, made by Mrs. Don furnishings sculpture and a leather sketching, wood carving, Mrs. Bailes presided at the punch a surprise visit from Mis. Davis
Mullins Installed the new officers for Hardenbrook and Mrs. Lee Harden- nativity scene. works knitting, crochet, bowl and Mrs. Davis assisted in serv- bro1h >r-in-law and sister, Mr. and
the coming year: president Mrs. brook, decorated with a The ladies showed their talent by macrame and craft items. ing. Mrs. P.C Atterbcrryof [Dijihton Kas
D.W. Thornton; vice-president Mrs. rose buds and the Methodist emblem, Approximately 3V( guests called bet- and nephew and niece, Mr, and !Mrs

Henry Newland Godwin; treasurer; secretary- Mrs.- Mrs.William R.B. Green.under the guidance of Mrs. Nelson John and Ella Woolard ween the hours 1 and 5 p,m. including Bob Ellis of Garden City. Kas.

Lawson. Centering the third table was a
Mission coordinators; Christian crystal bowl filled with water and Remarried Dec. 31 Christie Reddlngand Carl W. Torode t

personhood Mrs. Richard Odom and held seven' floating red candles

Mrs. Titus Olson; supportive com representing the first seven days of John B.Woolard of Starke and Ella Plan MayV"-.J.J- t
munity Mrs. V.J. Spengler; chris- God's creating.
Mae Woolard (of f Jacksonville were
tian global concerns Mrs. James Hostesses for the tea from Group remarried Dec. 31 in Folkston, Ga. Rev and Mrs. Norman Redding of
Barron and Mrs. Robert Green; Five were Mrs. Nelson Green, Mrs.
Mrs. Woolard wore a light blue Starke announce the engagement and
Christian social Involvement Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, Mrs. W.W. street length dress complimented by approaching marriage of their
A.J. Eaves, III. Mrs. R.S. Mullins and .
Winkler Mrs.
a pink corsage.A daughter, Christie Jean, to Carl
Group chairmen: Eva Blair group 1 Charles C. Johns; from 'Group Six
William of and
Torode Mr. Mrs.
Mrs. Morris Williams Kate Struth private reception was held at the' son
; were Mrs. Richard Roberts, Mrs.
John A. Torode of
group 2- Mrs.J.T. Carver; Nolia Mid- Gareth Jones, Mrs. Grady home of Mrs. Woolard's son-in-law Kingsley
dleton group 3 Miss Edna Sexton; Overstreet Mrs. Drew Reddish and and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Miss Redding and Mr. Torode both
% Hazel Matthews group 4 Mrs. John Mrs. Olin White. Elkins In Jacksonville immediately graduated from Bradford High
Torode; Blanche Williams group 5 following the wedding with a few School. Miss Redding graduated in
Mrs. John Schmidt; and Beth close friends and relatives attending.The ,I 1978 and is attending Lake City Com-
Strickland group 6 Mrs. Richard couple resides In Starke. munity College.Mr. .

Roberts.Committee on nominations 1980 ;1 Torode graduated in 1977 and is w--s i4
Beta Phi
Mrs. R.S. Mullins Mrs. John Torode Sigma attending Santa Fe Junior College.
and Mrs. Randy Johns. 4. The wedding will take place May'In I 1
Incoming president Mrs. D.W. Planning 1980 Events the First Baptist Church with !
Thornton presided over the business reception In the church FellowshipHall

meeting where plans were discussedfor Hjalmar McMillan ,
Members of Beta Sigma Phi en-
a Strawberry Booth to be main- joyed their annual Christmas party at William Wilson.Jr. All friends and relatives are invitedto
tained at the County Fair by attend.
the home of Overstreet
members of the UMW. Mrs. John Dimple on

Schmidt announced the Florida Dec. 4.Members. Hjalmar McMillan andWtlfii'am.VVJs'on.Jrr ('hrislie'Redding[

Southern College will present a band, around large'Christmas Carl'Torode "
concert: Saturday night Feb.! 9, at thq, gathered a *J '
i 't!
e : tree in the living room and/;; ] 'i .
bOB vpl\lrchbiI'l'Iekort. willtifollow a tfJ n from'1 I their'secret ji!h I .. '.,
family night In the FellowshipHall. r'P'i exchanged gifts
Mrs. Schmidt supper asked memberswho sisters. A social time was enjoyed by To Wed March 22 J The
all attending: Dimple Overstreet,
can accommodate two or more Bradford Square
Marie Wynn, Diane Hodge, Brenda
members of the 60-member band for
the night, to please contact her. Slade, Linda Bowen, Rose Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill G. McMillanand Barber & Style
Connie Best anti Cherie Cox.
Mrs. William Lawson, treasurer, Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. William
presented a pledge program "Do All Wilson announce the engagement and Shop
Dec. 15 members met the
To The Glory of God" with Mrs. at approaching marriage of their
George Huggins, Mrs. J.F. Blood- Western Steer Steak House for a steak' 'daughter, Hjalmar Jane and son, i Announces The AdditionOf

i worth, Mrs.A.J.Eaves and Ms.Cindy Lisa Morris dinner.After dinner everyone went to William, Jr.
the home of Diane Hodge for a social
Rowell taking part.

At the close of the meeting a gift Lisa Morris and evening.The sorority had been selling Miss McMillan graduated from Mike Flynn To Their Styling Salon
was presented to Mrs. Adams from
Bradford High School and is presentlythe
chances for food basket. The
the UMW In appreciation of her a 950 Mike it a graduate cosmetologist, with experience in
office for Dr.
of the winner drawn that manager
name was
leadership during her presidency.The Phillip Tice Plan Gruen. Gainesville and Jacksonville
= group went into the FellowshipHall evening by Brian Wynn, the son of In addition to style cuts and blow waving Mike, also does
where Mrs. Olin White welcomedthe Feb. 16 WeddingMrs Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wynn. The win- Mr. Wilson graduated from color. frostings and perms
ner was Dr. O.L. Haynes Jr.
new members: Mrs. Jane Satellite High School Satellite Beach, For LimIted Time.Only FIRST TIME CUSTOMERS WillReceive
Trawick, Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, Jean Morris of Starke and The first bi-monthly meeting of the80's FL and attended the University of A >2" Discount (With, Coupon) OK The RegularPrice

Mrs. Minnie Coss Mrs. Ethel Fuller, Robert>> M. Morris of Tucker, Ga. an- Smith was on Morgan held at Road the home on Jan.of 8.Rose Florida. Mr. Wilson is now owner and ..__ _'.Of Style'!.Cuts I.!_0 Otter'. .Expires!' Jan.._31.1990_. *.__.n_
Mrs. J.T. Murphy, Miss Patty nounce the engagement and ap- manager of Wilson's Florist and : C1IP AND SAVI COUPON I :
Mullins, Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead, proaching marriage of their Upcoming( events were discussedfor Catering, formerly Nancy's Flowers. I
Miss Terri Smith Miss Gloria daughter Lisa Suzanne to Phillip Lee the coming year. The wedding will be solemnized at $2oo OFF 'j

Strickland Mrs. Bill Adams, Mrs. Tlce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Joseph Attending were Rose Smith, Linda the First United Methodist Church, : Regular Price Of Style Cuts :
Brenda Slade Diane
: Harold McKinley, and Mrs. Lee Tlce of Cottonwood Ala. Bowen Hodge, Starke, on March 22 at 7 p.m. with a
Hardenbrook; reinstated: Mrs. John The bride-elect Is the granddaughter Connie Best and Marie Wynn. reception at the Woman's Club of ,I FIRST TIME CUSTOMERS ONLY"" i,
Smith, Mrs. George Roberts, Jr., Ms. of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bush of The Tuesday night meeting, Jan Starke immediately following the Otter expiree Jan 31. 980
Stance, Mrs. Bonnie Reeves and the IS. was held at the home of Diane ceremony.All !

Altar Society late Guy Morris of Dothan, Ala., and Hodge. friends and relatives are invitedto l":..no___ VALUABLE' 'COUPOM.._ _... '"-....--
the great granddaughter of Mrs. Mat- attend. Bradford; Square;; StarkeFleetwood : J
Planning EventsMrs. tie Griffin and the late Wright Griffinof ;
Miss Morris is a graduate of Brad CLUB RESULTS II'JANUAR
Claire Brunetti president, ford High School and is currently
presided at the meeting of St. Ed employed by the First National Bank January 8 Mrs. Ida Shaw and Ver- ]
ward's Altar' held in the
Society of Dothan( Ala. nie Odom were the winning couple at
parish hall Tuesday eveing, Jan. 8. Mr. Tice Is the grandson of Jimmy Duplicate Bridge. There was a three-
Mrs. Carol Ashline thanked Mr. and Hartzog( and the late Mrs. Jimmy way tie for second( place: Marie Dent
Mrs. Mike Dazmskl for cleaning the Hartzog of Midland City Ala. and Krish Son!; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
church rug and for altar care during Mr Tice Is a graduate of Hallie Cassem and Lora Francis and Rhea .r.ntltl
December. Mrs. Ruth Meng and Mrs. Turner School and Is presentlyemployed Johnson.

Dolores .Meng have altar care for by County Wide Dodge of January 15 in first place were Rhea
January.Mrs Dothan Ala. Johnson and Lora Francis and Mr
Robbie Shaller reported on The wedding is planned for Satur- and Mrs. Jim Reed were second.
visits to the sick and cards sent to the day, Feb. 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the First The club plays every Tuesday nightat On
i sick and bereaved.
i Baptist Church in Starke. 7:30: at the Holiday Inn.
Members were advised about theI
i I upcoming Convention of the St.
I Augustine Diocesan Council of
Mobile Homes
: Catholic Women to be held In
I Gainesville during April.
I Plans were made for a covered dish
dinner to be held in the parish hall on 111';r hi 1.. sr 1 i I 1rc asi t. ift

Jan. 27 when local Senior Citizens
would he guests of honor
It was decided to have a linen STONE RIDGE l I .
shower for the benefit of the girls at i .
the Volunteers of America Home In *
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close of the meeting by Mrs. Mary .''i,. : ,,, ,, ,.. ,, ,,, { .

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announce Greg and the Julie' birth Padgett of a of daughter.Lawtey '. (e M t ''Paym i.:, ;""'Q :: !J. JifV Savings On All Units

llrandyn Lauren.. born Jan. M in > : : '

Aljchuu General: Hospital. She joins a ': ,:,: : ,., : ; : NEW -USED &REPOS
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!sister Catherine: Kaye Padgett, 22 ( '; : ,' i
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Page eA TELEGRAPH January 2?, IBM

ServicemenJohn Cecelia Terwillegar

Dixon Completes Basle Represents County At .

Machinist's Mate Course Regional Meet ....,

Machinist's Mate 3rd Class
John Dixon, son of Lewis G.Dixon Cecelia Ferwillegar represented
of Starke, has completed the BasicMachlnist's Bradford County January 10 In findJJatli
Mate Course. Tallahassee for the meeting of the a!

During the course at the Naval Suwanee River Authority. EltonJ. 1
.1 Glssendannrr Executive Director
Training Center. Great Lakes III.,
students received Instruction on the Department of Natural Resources,
State of Florida, called for the
use of hand tools and machine shop
In the Fletcher .
meeting Building.Dr.
equipment. In addition \they studiedthe
r basic operation, maintenance, and Frank E. Philpott, Chairman of by Debra Norman

repair of ships' propulsion equip- the Suwanee River Authority, and Mary Kay Cosmetics ;
Ms. Ter-
ment, evaporators and generators.The Mrs. Philpott' accompanied Beauty Consultant
students were also introduced to willegar to Tallahassee.
President of the phone W4-8849
Ms. Terwillegar,
the types of duty watches that
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors
machinist's mates stand aboard
ships.A has recently been appointed to the

{ 1979 graduate of Bradford High Equal Opportunity Committee for the
School, he joined the Navy in October. Florida Association of Realtors by January starts the beginning of a great new year and a new decade.
1978. Parker C. Ba 2ha .President. Because of it being a new decade people are going to take stock; In

Mickey Agner themselves. The eighties will: be a time for taking charge of one's life.

pei'6ottald Clothing BankTo Women will be finding themselves wanting to Improve on their looks.

Mickey Agner e e eMr Be Open Jan. 29A Sitting back and doing nothing to improve oneself will be a thing of the

Named Principal at Betsy Yawn Presented clothing bank will be open past.The eighties will be bringing about changes In many things thus mak-

.and Mrs. William J. Spengler of D.A.R. Award January 29 for one day only at ing people change also. Most people will find the new things welcome. We
Bellvlew-Santos" St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. St.Mark's Episcopal Church at 212 N. aU like changes and new things.
Harold Spengler of Stone Mountain Church Street in Starke from noon to

Ickey Agner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ga. were Monday dinner guests ofMr. i The 190 Good Citizens Award was 4:30: pm.. Question: I have long thick hair and It is very dry. It also hat a tendency
H. Agner of Kingsley Lake, hasMen and Mrs. V.J. Spengler.Do presented to Miss Lila Elizabeth Anyone needing clothing for to frizz. What should I do to overcome this problem? .
named principal of Bellview- (Betsy) Yawn by the Daughters of the children from preschool through high

Si ntos upper elementary school inMprion you need a new desk?! Call the American The award Revolution Is presented to a senior school age is invited to visit the Answer I would suggest using a shampoo especially for dry hair and a
County.. clothing bank and take whatever is conditioner afterwards. A good style cut and by having your hair thinn-
and let
Office Shop us quote a price girl at Bradford High school who is
gner graduated from Bradford for 964-5784. HO W. Call St. selected by BBS members.The available, says Laurie Myers, director ed would help to improve the condition of your hair.
you. faculty
High( School in 1966 where he played of St.Mark's Day School. To get

football and was a member of the 1965 of dependability recipient Is,selected service,on leadership the basis, clothing a letter of referral is needed Question: I have very short, thin, skimpy eyelashes. What could I do to

State Championship team. Miss Betsy Yawn, Joey Herres, patriotism and from a school teacher, school prin- have thicker longer looking eyelashes?
He went to Samford University on a cipal, a church pastor, the county
Briar Patray. Sherra Mott and Dirk <
is active In the band and National
fo ball scholarship, there he receive Betty ether social Answer: Eyelashes should be cleaned
Schmidt participated in the all state Health Department, or every night with baby oil or a
< his B.S. degree in education in band and choral competition In Tam- Honor Society. She also a service agency. cleansing creme,this will help your eyelashes from breaking off and being -
member of the Gifted In addition
He has been at Vanguard High Program short. When
over the weekend. For further Information phone using mascara, put several applications of mascara on,
School in Ocala since that time. He pa to winning many awards for 964-6587, St.Mark's Day School.Ms. this will make eyelashes thicker and appear longer.If .
taught social studies there until 1978, her musical talent. Myers St.Mark's does not
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas visited Mr. says
The of of Mrs. Lila
where he received his masters degree; and Mrs. W.B. Spell in Orlando Fri- Yawn of daughter Starke and Theron R.A. have space available to operate a you have any questions and would like help or advice, please feel free
frpm Rollins College. For the past day and Saturday, Judge clothing bank on a fulltime basis, and to write. Questions and answers will be published at random. All names
ydar and a half he was Assistant Principal Yawn of Gainesville. Betty Is com- invites any community agency or will be withheld. Write to: Bradford County Telegraph Attention: Debra
for the State Good Citizens
Agner at Vanguard married the High former School.Bobbie Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr. spent Dec.28 peting Award. Results will be announced In church having space to take over the Norman, P.O. Drawer A., Starke, Fla. 32091.
clothing bank as an on-going service.
-Jan. 9 with her son and family Mr. the spring.
Hill of Gainesville and they have McGriff
and Mrs. Patrick T. in
children Robin Traci and -----
three ,
Milwaukee Wis.
Michael. St. Edwards Church Hair

Does your stationery speak well W

for yon? Many limes the only contact X -ZFJ''l BIIUOO
;&J'l/oJ now you have with your customers ": to I

Is your letterhead or bill. Don't use The first regular air mail service for civilian. Every: Saturday 7:00: P.M. .
something that you are not mail in the United States started In 1918.
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson have satisfied with. Stop by the Bradford 411 N. Temple Ave Starke. Fla.

had as visitors Misses Elizabeth Printers today and let us help
Lawson and Kitty Yates of Lake design the one that does the Job for

Wales from Saturday to Monday, Mr. you. 110 W. Call St. 884-5764.
and Mrs. Charles Lawson of
Tallahassee Saturday and Sunday, Hey Secretaries let us help you
Bud Lawson of Marion, N.C Wednes- get your new files, and books set

day to Sunday. Mrs. Lawson, who was up for 1980.The Office Shop, 11)W. :

released last week from the hospital, Call St. 96 .5764.

celebrated her 80th birthday Jan. 3 flEH TIM EXJUSTSAVES5OO
while a patient in North Florida Mr. and Mrs. JM. Edwards, Si
Regional Hospital with members of were weekend guests of Mr. and Mn ,

her family and hospital staff attending W.A. Edwards at Merritt Island.

To further brighten the day Mrs.
Lawson received a signed birthdaycard Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields c

from President Jimmy Carter Jacksonville visited Mrs. J.H. Fieldon I

and Rosalyn Carter congratulating Sunday.Mr. .

her on the occasion.Mr. .
and Mrs. Cliff Hazen attendee

and Mrs. Lamar Goldwire of the Military Retirement ceremon:
San Mateo, Mr. and Mrs. William Sunday for Dan Hazen from Floridi

Gqldwire of Jacksonville and Miss Air National Guard in Jacksonville '___r
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Elizabeth Goldwire and Mrs. Ashley who retired after 37 years of militar.; '... \" .. ,rrJ'h "JA
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Goldwire of Waycross were last service. rf: 40', .. .. .. -i' ..
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Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Do you need business cards? Let '.. "I "ID.,....,..-....\. iI
Gilbert Goldwire. The latter two re- .2'
us design the card that Is just right 1" \a
mained for several days. :
for you. Bradford Printers 110 W. 0'a
Carolyn V. Redding was on the Call St. 964-3704. ;. ... .
t ... '
President's list at the University of \ 'f /'I' tII! .,
"k I j
Florida for the fall quarter with a 4.00 Vickie Carver is in St. Vincent' 'T .. :

term average.Let Hospital for observation and treat- ,,
ment. ... oj'
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us help pick out that e ., 4
you Bob Wilson of Tampa was weekend : :
special Hallmark card for someone guest! of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy.Mr. 7 6 ,
special this Valentine's (

Day at the Office Shop, 110 W. Call and Mrs. Allen Arbuthnot of i '.. .,,.1''",:,.. .)" ,..
St. 9615764. Lake Alfred visited Mrs. M.C. Wellson .-

Sunday.Jim ,_.._---
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Marcia V. thePresldellt's
Redding was on -
David of Detroit, Mich. and
list for the fall quarter at
son, Barry David of Fort Collins,
Tift College with a 3.25 term average.
Colo. were last Tuesday to Thursday

guests of Mr.and Mrs. Jerome Johns, *
Among the students graduating the Johns and for
Joining dinner
Dec. 15 from the University of Florida guests

Coty from with Starke a BHSOT were: degree Debora, DeborahJo Mitchell Davis Wednesday of Tuscaloosa.night were Ala., Dr.Mr.Josh and .

!Mrs John Anderson of Callahan,Mrs. tl/ ( Ii falljtml :.
Devries Goeke with a BSN degree,
Frank Williams and son, Mark, Mr. '
Aloysius Scanlan, Jr. with
Joseph a

JD with degree a BSA and degree.Mr. Laura. Dianne Yawn !and Mrs.Mrs.O.L. Haynes Philip Johns,Jr. and Dr. and 7 8 10'J 11 l :

and Mrs. Felix Sapp and Mrs. Mrs. Lila Caldwell, Mrs. A.W.
Anderson and Mrs.
H.M. Richarde at-
P.D. Reddish visited Raleigh Connerin
tended the funeral of
Mrs. Caldwell's
North Florida Regional Hospital on As little as. $500) added to a new or existing account will 1 entitle you to
nephew Dean last
Monday. in Fairfield.Emery Thursday a free Timex clock or enable you to buy any of these famous clocks or Take FI.rsa depodt to a new ell'exIadna With each

watches at a big savings! Plus you can choose from a full-range of : Your savings account quaIIIIee CUIIto.addIaI......

Steve Futch home after undergoing high interest savings plans. Some gift quantities are limited, so don't C Olce for one Gift 01'one dIKount iIopoeIl! GI
an appendectomy at Bradford wait another minute. Come in now and get your timely gift from the purchase.follows r SlID or seon
County Hospital on Saturday. YOU friendly folks Guaranty Federal Savings.
,,."... Here's how ssoo $1000 SSOOO PA'YoNt.Y
(No mail phone '
or requests, please.) I
Lowell Mathews of Folkston, Ga., AUTO FSLIC'
spent Saturday and Sunday with his i 1. Timex Alarm Cock GIFT GIFT GIFT SU5
KNOW 11 Each Iraurable Account Protected Up To wwe-., Timex EleaMe Wall Clock
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews.Do 2. : $1.95 GIFT GIFT 6.93
.... $40.000 By The FSUC An Agency Of The I _c_ ii 3.UndenTl'llw1Ahnn 6.95 S4.95 GIFT 11.95
ByGene Federal Government.
h. r-...._.._] 4. CopaiDiaPIai SnoozeAlann 11.95 6.95 GIFT ::10.95
you need a new heavy duty Ross
typewriter?! We have them at the

Office Shop. Call us today at Register to Win an Elegant Timex Woman'Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT U. 5

964-5764.. 110 W. Call St. Q. I have a 1974 PlymouthFury Anniversary. Clock 6.TimexWoman'.Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT U.95
that can't decide 9.95 7.95 GIFT Jo3.15
II.TlmexWoman'.Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT
t 12.95
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin attended whether to start. 9.Timex Mms Watch
Sometimes It wilt Beautiful ..-. l..Kondo 9.95 7.95 GIFT U.95
4 Chevrolet showing in Atlanta .nnlve..ryclocktobe.hen.w.ytoa 10.TImex Mat'Watch 9.95 7.95 GIFT U.15
Sometimes It won't. Itdoesn't
from Saturday to Wednesday. Y+ lucky winner. Entrants must be 19 yean of 11.Tlneoe Man's Calendar Watch 10.95 8.95 GIFT 13.15 j
seem to make any age or older to be eligible Mo drpo.il
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Peters diferenca: whether the requirement and you don Nave to be I
were vacationing last week in Mexico engine Is hot or cold. Any present win. The drawing for the winner U.Timex Man's Calendar Watch 10.95 8.95 GIFT ]3.9swill I

City and Taxco, Mexico.Mr. ideas? be held on Monday, March 3.1980 at 13.Titrtex Made Calendar Watch 14.95 U.95 $7.95 17.15 i
A. First, check battery the Home Office of Guaranty Federal 14.Tlr Man's Calendar Watch 14.95 U.95 7.93 17.95 '
and Mrs. Harlow Prescott of terminals and cables. A Saving.,Winner will be notified by mail. 15.TImex WomatI'Watch 14.95 U.95 7.95 17.95

Macon, Ga. spent several days last battery and starter motor in 16.Timex WemaJ\'s Watch 16.95 14.95 9.95 19.95
week with Mr. and Mrs. V.J. perfect condition will fail to 17.TimexMan' LCD Watch 18.95 16.95 11.95 :z3.95 I
Spengler.Mr. start if the current between 18.TneC Woman'.LCDWallh U.95 20.95 15.95 :27.95
them is interrupted by a bad JTCfaeose From a Full-Range of I IQu.ntltln

and Mrs. Mack Williams have cable or high resistance tSaVlEXi Pae' Ilmltocl. So....Item.m.y unavailable.
had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. John caused by erosion. Remove 11s. JopoeitdorBifta",1I11" remain e0 daye. Ones p..aount.: ,

Williams and son, John, of Titusville, cables at the battery, clean Prices subleet to 4.%, S.ss Tax.SavlBgs' .
from Friday to Sunday and Mack L. terminals and posts with a Annual
Williams. Jr. of Framingham, Mass. battery cleaning tool or plain
front Saturday to Tuesday. sandpaper and reconnect. If Rate Term Plan
cables are split near the
5Vi% Regular! Passbook Stay With Us.
terminals bared,
so wires are I
Thinking about getting married? 645% lYeir2M Certificate) '
replace them If itarter motor
He can furnish you with al| your whirrs but fails to crank the 654% Years, Certifies Guaranty Federal i
745% 4 Year CertlFkaMCertifies
Invitations from the Bradford *
engine the flywheel gear Is m
7V4* 6 I
Yean *
Printers. 110 W. Call St. Nt-$164. not being engaged. Removethe
s% Yean Certificate! .!
starter motor and cleanor Savings.

replace the starter drive. 2 VYear Money Market CerUfUate" bawd. on yield curve of U.S.Treaniry We'll Stay With You.. .
Also look for a worn or Bllb.$IOCIOMlnJmum. Aak for 6-Month Market
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty and current rat* Monty j I.
damaged flywheel gear. Certfltal. '
$10,000/Minimum. Ail for current rate.
children, Lenore,Jason and Adrienneand GAINESVILLE! N. Main Street PII_3V7.J34.4 3501 W.Unrvenrfry Avenue-Phone 373880314d..tngnl.a..prohale
Brooke Williams went to e MOOS.W. Archer' Phone 372.0431/STARKB393W.MadleonStnat-Phoeweeedoow
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Page 8A. TELEGRAPH January 17,IBM I If

lNQ SMOxINGrs DOR to Check Problems Found with Assessments \\

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-s ," f' "They were really overwhelmed with fellow appraisers on the propos per front foot by the state examiners. market value, because to be at 85.9
t the problems we had encountered," ed constitutional amendment to increase Similar property in some areas got percent some parcels have to be
t' ltir say Deputy Appraiser Lee Harden- homestead limit different values in the state In-depth assessed at more than that and some/
brook of Tuesday's meeting in revenue Increases exemr.uons.. ,study for no apparent reason the less than 85.9 percent for the averager(
Tallahassee with the Department of to five percent per year without voter county appraiser* can determine. to come out 85.9 percent. r ,
Revenue (DOR) to discuss Bradford approval and to roll back Some rural property on dirt roads :
property assessment levels. assessments to 50 percent of market was valued by the front foot rather an If assessments were at a 100 per-
DOR Executive Director Randy value. Alvarez was due back in the acreage, while on other like parcels cent average, some parcels would
3 Miller sat through the 1-hour session county late yesterday (Wednesday. the state still used acreage have to be valued above 100 percent
art Tuesday afternoon, then promised Jan. 18)). "The more we dig the more Inconsistencies and come below to average 100' percent I
; r jtt he will send a team to check the we find." said Alvarez. Alvarez pointed out.
problems cited by Property Appraiser Bradford 1 Is one of 19 counties citedin DOR could turn down Bradford's Some Bradford assessments are
t Jimmy Alvarez and his staff, early December by the Department tax roll unless the county's above 85 percent and some below, I
Hardenbrook says. of Revenue (DOR) as falling assessments are In line. ranging from 75 to 93 percentto
ay unacceptafcly: below 100 percent of Alvarez considers Bradford County average 85 percent, Alvarez explained. -
k e,. .i, The Bradford team, Alvarez, "just In property appraisals, to be generally assessing at full I I18hIow"
Hardenbrook and Al Coston, took the as called for in the Florida Constitu ,
sff. information they got together In the tion. The letter, from DOR Executive --
past month the physical checks and Director Randy Miller, came after Rock-A-Thon Set BIIS Band II
maps and related to the DOR Bradford and the other 18 counties by I I
., representatives the different problems had undergone in-depth studies by
the Bradford appraisers came DOR appraisers. An 18-hour rock-a-thon 1 Is set this sleeves changing the size re- I
across in checking the findings of the Friday and Saturday Jan. 18-19, in quirements of the band members. :
people who did the in-depth study of Bradford assessments were placedat the Bradford High School band hall to The band did not perform at the '
the county property values. The local 85.9 percent of Just value by DOR. raise money to purchase uniforms for homecoming game and came out the J I
team had parcels with something higher Uian the statewide average of the Tornado marching band. following week still without uniforms" :
wrong with the assessment by the 62 percent but still lower than the 100 Some 30 students, mostly membersof but had the problem partially solvedfor : i
state team plus another 40 land value'' percent the) state figures the county the band but a few others, will the Christmas parade In'Which.Ule I
comparisons. should be assessing. rocking at 7 p.m.Friday and try band marched In uniform. j' '
toast until 1p.m.Saturday. Rockerswill
"They really can't do anything with Alvarez said at the time he wantedto ask donations for each hour they 1
all the problems presented, not now," discuss the situation with DOE and with the going to the
4-H Club Receives $65 .. says Hardenbrook. "They'll have to requested a hearing. uniform perform fund.A money -- ANOTHER
send a team to check. Since mid-December Alvarez and
"They don't know where they stand his staff have been pin-pointing five-minute rest break will be
with us. They might be upset that we assessments made in the state's In- given hour.
The Green Acre 4-11 Club received a IBS check from Chevron U.S.A.to fund found so many errors. But they were depth study and have found the state every
the club's landscaping project& for a new Volunteer Fire Department In New reasonable enough and listened to examiners to be inconsistent. Uniforms for the band became a tHKI
River. us," Hardenbrook explained. For Instance,one parcel of propertyon problem after the band got soaked In
Receiving the check from J.S.Shuford Jr. la Peggy Reichert.The monies will, Appraiser Alvarez got back from US-301 Starke was valued at$250 the BHS homecoming parade. Some Some pay leeki around
go for simple landscaping for the fire department.With Tallahassee late Tuesday and took off per front foot and the parcel directly uniforms shrunk especially the the house, help keepIt
nirst. Reichert Is (from left to right) Robbie May, David Relchert, Joe for Tampa the next morning to meet across the street was valued at $400 length of pants and;-length of coat frojm catching fir*.
Retchert (hidden behind Mrs. Reichert), and In the front Melissa May and John



One-Third CompleteThe .ar I:

county's $562,000 road retopp- If that can be done,Hodges said,the I COUNTYCHEESE I t/1/ I' a I I
ing project is about one-third com county will save rebidding the job and PILLSBURY
plete and proceeding fine accordingto thus save thousands of dollars. But I I lOlL I I FLOUR I
Project Engineer Jim Ward. the county is also subject to state laws LINE
Roads retopped so far are in the requiring that bids be taken when I I 1 38 OZ BOTTLE I I PLAIN OR SELF RISING I
northwest section of the county- public monies are expended. The SAVE S IB BAO
SR-235, the Whitehead Settlement commission may be able to pass a I C on. I <8 .
Road from SR-100 toSR-229; SR-229A, special emergency ordinance to allow I $139 (mm! I 69cr: I
from SR-Z29 to SR-18 at Raiford and the work to be done, Hodges said. 1 J. ". 430 a."O'..'..
SR-Z33. from SR-229A to SR200. Flume Road has limerock on it and $140 .,., ". R. 425. oJ". .,42.* ,
I Tat- rar 'is n I .?,..aaa t.a ,w n ra. .. '''' n ..I MIN' tNt MM HUM UM M.flW Ml IM n IM I
Work now is being done on 5R.225AI is ready to be paved. Flume, which twntw Iwr r.. ,IW-.,...rMrw, -. rWW ... IM IMHtOMMMTN, !!*HMIWI ,IMlCd
which runs between SR-223 ana5RI25 runs between SR-18 and SR-230 just I 1 1'I' nutamwlliawlScsf I
just west of Oscar Carter's east of Starke, Is a by-pass SR-18 traffic --- --- .-- -- -
farm. to go around the cut-through In I
Other roads to be repaved: SR-18 made by DuPont to move its
dredge and wet mill across SR-16 as Butts!*Pro.fuM 1
SR-229,from the Sampson Canal to the mining operation moves nor p
SR-200 (US-301)). thward.
SR-100A. the Edwards Loop Road DuPont provided the limerock In a
from SR-100 west of Starke to US-301 deal with the county to use the roa d as a f
1 in a by-pass. The county, with the help Fresh Yellow Onions II
-SR 100Arthe Griffis Loop Road of DuPont, widened Flume Road. Du- '_........,.,Nat rs. which loops off SR-100 south of Starkeat Pont provided equipment and the -J t--, frtslf" Slaw,or Salad m.49"11114' ,, ... ,.. r
both ends.SR200B. limerock. The county Installed a concrete jff/SCO rJap t I riH urr..Ii. : ;. .
the Anderson cutoff road bridge over Alligator Creek. fliS fl s Sno White Mushrooms II 514"
just south of Lawtey from US-301 to The board hopes to be able,one wayor IMM .
SR-225 west of Lautey.' another, to come up with money to l9 riP California Broccoli 79(1( j
SR-231. the Dedan Church Road pave Flume Road while it Is ready. If ...
which loops off SR-18 just east of the board can work that out, the LB BAG LB 39 i SmTwiiite Cauliflower 89' '
Brooker. already paved portion of Bessent FOR BAG ..wwI.ts.a. j :t.;
SR237. from Alachua County line Road will be added to the project, All Purpose Potatoes ,.9(\! /
to SR-18. Hodges said. SAVE 306 sAVE 24a SAVE lod S3
us a-
SR225. from the Alachua County $681,000 is available to use on road Fresh Grapefruit I 6 lot'1110" .
line to SR-18. repairs, after administrative costs r sr
-SR-2IA. the Santa Fe Lake Road and attorney fees. Houdaille bid t'' 1
from SR-21B to SR-100 $562,000, which leaves the county $Uf'"CI'sctP FRESH "FRESH $I I FRESH etI I GEORGIA REDfSWEET n;:,
SR325.running south from Hampton around $119,000 which could be usedon GREEN psca p j P'
$ 5
to US-301. more road work. GREEN 11 r FLORIDAOISANGES v :
-SR-230A. the Bethel Church Road The county sold $700,000 in'revenue 7
from SR-2JO to SR-231A just east of bonds to William R. Hough Co. in PEPPERS POTATOES4LBSj0 t
Starke. Tallahassee at 5.148 percent interest.I CABBAGE : :

SAVE.: $ 5 LB Sge ,: :.

L812 'LB+' ioua 6 $100 BAG _to ;

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I I t.r SAVE' r;:, /zoos 69 LAUNDRY fiJrYt TOW ELS. SAVE::' ; a2 JAS": 79 -

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SAYE 206 ;

SAVE 13 1Oi 206 $199 59 a .


Stst Buys in Groceries J Best Buys irt Groceries/ U-

,, Eydy cel rat..r I ace m,...aa.aa mm.w H v ia aml i : t
vs ,; Pantry Pride Corn 3/89 Pantry Pride Sodas 69 PIM Et ery pyycel
IMW N a mmm UMT W tt 0 ram PHI MtUlli VMK
Pantry Pride Kidney i Beans 3/89t Spaghetti t Sauce 99

l5oz CAN 9c I Big Sweet Peas swru.aa 3890UMM. Pantry Pride Peanut Butter fire 10oz ,

.Ntt MMTM,Mf raw.r.... ,( BOX
Sliced Carrots Beets 3/890/ 69
or Pantry Pride Black Pepper '"
sAVE toe .HNrtVtfJM J '
Sliced or Whole Potatoes ,3/89 C Bruce Sweet Potatoes 59 sAVE toe

Hot asphalt compacted Wednesday afternoon on county road 22SA which
runs from SR-225 Just west of the Oscar Carter Farm and by the Blaine Thompson Bugsin Groceries/ PANTRY PRIDE ; ,
residence and ends at SR-125. 8ayriArBo frery I "

TEA BAGSBest 'i PRUHi JUICE -......- ur.:
IM m m rm.MOI a.MI 09
Contractor for the repaving Job Is Future county secondary road funds Ramen Pride Noodles f/ f c47hsv' too *129 ,....J'(3FroD*.' King Size Bread 3 o.vnsIM .1 FI'-i;-
to the loan over a .. COUNT lees 119 MM !
Houdaille-Duval-Wright of Jackson were pledged repair ..a-.. r a.vE tea sAVE toeJamboree Vent Roll 89
ville.The company is doing a good Job seven-year period. The county will Worcestershire Sauce 694 Jelly tax '_
so far and Ward is proving to be a repay the loan at a rate of$100,000 per IM m ILCIM. UJ U5 '" i ,1
large asset In over-seeing the work, year on the principal plus interest. Crape Jelly 99" DAWN CHEER .Elba m Pound Hum,mm CakiM _.... to99! '" .
With road funds being :
said ,
County Commissioner E.W. secondary '-J 2 (
Hodges, who is now In charge of the soaked up by bond payment on US-301 Hungry lack Pancake MixPantry"pride 79" DISH LAUNDRY Sourdough Muffins recas89. tI ....
county Road Department.Ward (until 1990)). the state reclassifying rww.aaes tas'
said the holiday season and more roads and turning them back to Pancake Syrup ]9r DETERGENT DETERGENT French Stick Bread 21:.::J111O
the to the current ,:,.
days too cold to lay hot asphalt have county maintain w ttr
slowed the work so far. But the paving retopping bond issue payment, plus Mr.1"'pud Instant Potatoes 5941 lit Peanut Butter 1.35 _
company has a 120-day contract the fast-climbing cost of road paving IM miwt. earn 840z ,w... ..I
which expires March IS and expectsto the county will be hard pressed to Cherry Pie Filling 2119] _. 32et C $129 BOX $58 folgtlr's Flaked Coffee $2.75
have the job completed long before have any money available in the rar a a 8AVZOIt:: :1
forseeable future to pave any addi- Weight Watchers Mayonnaise 994 SAVE 2se Puritan Oil '1 1.01 1-'
that.The tional secondary! roads.
county commission is looking
into the legality of using funds from For that reason the county commission I CONK, SPRITE, Pant--r Ps Ida 'PANT RY PRIDE PANTRY /RIO. ;,r.
the revenue bonds to pave Flume has voted to place on the ballot a MARSH SOLID AIR CORN
Road and to repave the portion of Bes one-cent per gallon county gas tax to TAB .r WltCH-C 31 JF I tjESj11EH i : li1S '
sent Road tliat Is now hard-surfaced, be used only for roads. The commission CKAPICODA MALLOWS LEMON.NATUSAL 350!S 11 I
according to Commissioner Hodges. feels that will be the only way to 2 LITER STL.'a. OO 1 '"'"w'sa san'ta KOaI On PING' ..wra. ,
County Attorney Dudley Hardy is investigating pave any additional roads In the coun 11N. PK6. 8011 12. sox uva +
now to see if bond funds
can be used to allow Houdatlle-Duval- tyA tax on gas sold In the county will I
Wright to pave tile two"extra"roads also be paid partially by outofcountyand J
while the firm has equipment In the out- f..tate travelers poising
county. through commissioners point out.

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January ll, 1980 TELEGRAPH Pall 9A


,;"'1II)' Dislike Sports, Jogging Boring? j

Ago 4 it

40 Try Aerobic ,Dancing for Fitness,. Fun'I I I

Aerobic dancing, a nationwide "Jackl passed Dr. Kenneth To keep regular students motivated
l fitness program involving exercise Cooper's (author of an aerobic exer- and new students Interested, new
) and dance steps provides an active cise book) stress test and attributed dances with new music and
alternative for those who dislike her fitness to dancing," says Stevenson choreography are introduced every 12
sports and find jogging boring. ,who Is employed by the organization weeks.
"The idea of aerobic dancing Is to to teach classes in Starke. Mrs. I
make fitness fun,"says Carol Stevenson Stevenson a teacher at Hampton Anyone Interested In Aerobic Danc-
a certified instructor of the Elementary, has taken the course in ing is invited to phone Mrs. Stevenson
.1 RL- dance. Gainesville and has become a cer- ,964-8073 for more Information,or
A Two 8-week classes begin Monday. tified instructor. to attend a class to see what is going

Jan. 21, at the Starke Golf and Country on.
Club on SR-230 east of Starke The dance has been approved by ,
under the leadership of Ms. Stevenson. The President's Council on Physical L. l :
,: ...
Class offerings and Fitness. It was rated as one of the best 1"" -
are Monday i -r: t.J,4 overall forms of exercise with
High Steooers... Wednesday from 4:43 to 5:45: p.m.and along ...
u-r> zena Ilouor. Donna Ingrersall. Carole Stevenson Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30: to tennis and handball. I w\\1" \ I
Demonstrating a routine they use In aerobic dancing to Debbie Bigham, and Mary Ann Hancock. Mrs. StevensonIs 7:30: p.m. "We start slow and build up as the :'\ -... '. :::
II a group of local: ladles Interested In having fun In gettingIn from Starke and Is the Instructor of the aerobic dance The fitness regimen was started level of fitness builds," says Stevenson \ '\
shape are a of ladle from the Gainesville clan
group classes to be started here. nine years ago by Jackl Sorenson as a who had to run 1.25 miles In 12 rjI
research program on a group of U.S. minutes as part of her certification to 1'"
Air Force wives. Sorenson wanted to teach aerobic dancing .. ..i ,;:- .
II Pedestrians Died At Record Rat1n1979 find a fun way to exercise ( A'._ _
"aerobically" and this led to Aerobic The lifetime fitness program is for :-
Dancing. "Aerobic" according to its all Stevenson students in
TALLAHASSEE Pedestrians diedat Previous studies have shown that a effect had a high of 650. Since that dictionary definition, means "able to the ages.classes she has taken says range from i:
a record rate in 1979 said the large number of pedestrians stepped year the general trend has been lower grow or take place only where free their 20's through 65. 1
Florida High Patrol."Preliminary into the path of a motor vehicle and until 1979 which set a new record with Is present." When talking .
oxygen '-
figures for 1979 show the location usually\ between In 630. about exercise, aerobic refers to a Choreographed to strengthen the
that 630 pedestrians died on our tersections. Pedestrians usually bring about program which strengthens the heart and lungs, improve circulationand .,.-v
streets and highways" said Patrol official Totals for 1978 show that 290 their own downfall," concluded Colonel cardio-vascular system. Increase energy,women's figuresas
Colonel Eldrige Beach. pedestrians were killed In rural areas Beach "however, drivers can Women continued to show such interest well as health benefit as they T1 11.-i
"Compared to 1978 figures last year while 270 died in urban areas. The help reduce these deaths by reducing in the fitness program that today stretch, skip kick and swing to a WKS
ended with a 11: percent increase. The total injured and killed was 4,242 ur- speed and driving defensively in con Sorenson heads Aerobic Dancing, variety of music from country-
final total will probably be 25 or more ban and 2,266 In rural areas. gested areas where pedestrians are Inc., a profit-making organization of western to rock, big band,show tunes r'4t* '
higher as delayed reports of deaths The year 1973, just before the 55 subject to stepping into the front of more than 30,000 students in 27 states. and more.
come in." miles per hour speed limif went Into motor vehicles. '

Women can wear t-shirts, shorts +
sneakers leotards or comfortable .J 1

t\de HAND PAINTED to / I
? Dance 'classes are geared
perpetual motion. Class begins with a !
arty teset\ts STONEWARE MUGS AT choreographed warm-up and slt-ups.
follow. After
Vigorous\ dance steps
MAGNIFICENT SAVINGS each dance students monitor their
proUlaw hearts to prevent over exertion. Class I IJ
ends with a choreographed cool downso
"l) the activity level slows gradually.

1\1 'X Exercising to music makes it seem -.;-;A/, ..

\\ : J/t' anyJumbo A, more fun, and Stevenson says "the !,
size idea is to keep moving." 10
y mug only Aerobic Dancing Is choreographedfor
regular ,- $. 69 non-dancers in three levels. Fun, Fitness... :":

.IZ8 mug Carol Ste on.
NOW YOU CAN COLLECT A begin dancing Instructor fn
Stevenson women
compares to demonstrating a leg kick aboir.wants r.
COMPLETE SET OF BEAUTIFUL 99cMUGS their way to fitness by walking'
$3.49 value her aerobic dance classes to
AT GREAT SAVIHOS t to l through the steps. !Later they can'jog" .
compares be run as well as for ph 8cal fitnessbenefits.
value .. .
$1.79 ,
CHOOSE FROM A WIDE SELECTION JAM 13 1MO QUANTITY !** flh HIVIO portant as having fun.Headstart .

.Awl r tUMl MM RUN VUUf 111010 off Now Taken ': !
Center Cut Sirloin Steak ii2 ae Applicntu ins .Being : I

IM Ht.tl.t MMfHMVUUT.*..1181 ft IVU *< ( li
(toneless/ Stewing Beef iilIM Applications for Project Head Start eligible regardless of income. but
at ICNN/SUIT families must the
are now being taken in Bradfod County agency
freshly Ground Beef LI 1 1eNlw.uRP for economically deprived and han- with certification showing their present
Miii.tiNimu. dicapped children for the 1980-81 program income status :
Fresh Pork Butts ii'l"UM :>*',rr. Interested persons may register at
ne. .LimMtu oeu, NIMMMMluiim child be four the Bradford Head Start Center i
i wMtitit MTH tim i MM unit?MI To 1 bv eligible a must .
. lots of Chicken L,68iMMMMUM ( ",' years of age by Jan.; 1. 1981. and the located at the RJE School Bradford : :
5e4 Yu4 l> 'Ul sIZ' 1 +br e 3 + "'"family's' Int'ort1e"Bt"\ fall '.within 'County or Call 94-8342'or' MiWrert
Fyne Spred Qtrs. Oleo 616i3'a..CIMIMtUMM apt w !(; : federal guidelines.:' J ''J ne( Social Service Coordinator',' '" 'II"
A Welfare and foster children are 362-9283.
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Pantry, .Prided Vegetable Spread OioVUVt 3 T0 .4 d2S .: ..,
Sliced American Singles 'I'8Iff SIM Les s /+
LB La La
m Mm m* Mm Of till W
Creamed Cottage Cheese *ltes SAVE Sod A Ls SAVE 50d A LS SAVE 300 A Its

Iwe 1MIN Cal i Ass't. Yogurts 4flwl Richard J. Kosch D.D.S.

MltaNOMI, full,1N 111 PATU5 aaN N Iwr ...al..L....SACS ,
Fyne Taste Meat Franks 98'.. IMt.,U HOUM UOMUMim Oscar Mayer Varlet Pack x115 BONELESS BEEF
IM Km MOM Corn Oil Margarine 78... A11* 1NIaAN.101.a-lu BOTTOM ROUND ROAST
Taste Mat; 'III 780
Fyne Bologna Lykes lunch Meats CUT* WNAPMOFflCISIRLO1M
pall IM UN fMUM ttldl
IM Ml II MOM Mir...f Silo Awl 1N I Up PAaa1 Rao /fiDi1. $178
Pantry Pride Grill Franks 2111 Burdens American Singles I Oscar Mayer Bacon flex as Ass ToIs Is Announcing The Opening Of

... ..a"a'Na Longhorn IMI jttin noun Cheese MMM Cuts 5108 WIOCS.SS....,..ALCU..A... WHOtl SNIP PftlMAL CUT NASA
Did Smithfield Roll Sausage 786. BONELESS BEEF BONELESS BEEFS
IM m'IM PMRMI UltMTt MM His Office With William M. Witt D.D.S. _
IM BIOnouMrmmmlSliced 5148
$171] Milk Mozzarella CheeseIMMIMNOUII TIPS CHUCK ROLLS
Imported Ham .. .
MH >m mo Page CUT 4 WtAPPIO Mil
IM;tj'hide""Smoked 511'! Hormel's Wrangler Franks '178 ua ..HE'L.$198 ra To rs
Sausage as\ 25 N. E. 1 st St.


.1J..5 158 .K.i..Q85/ DINNERSun K EY CANTON A.GAUow. 9420McCSO.298

TURKEY a GRAVY.OSTACCIDLI SAVE 206 A LB "If you Block people make an

2 $158 6 4 LBS TO 3S"" r error, you pay the interest ;?

LB s PKO.AVB JOO. AVG. and penalty? I shoulda ...

A come here last year."


? ry ow e GRAIN LUX -,.;:



CARS 2 FOR$ 1 4 PKQ.Soz $l A GALLON SAVE 200


inn.-.... 29 ASSORTED LIGHTER Nest &'BuifsinFrotcnR. t
Pantry Pride Toothpaste 690 loon..IaNSO. .oO IT YOURSELF. full
N1$5NUS E tptAy E/arory iMwrwimi .....funcuunr 103
Intensive Can Lotion Ells law I 2 FOR $3: tRtty/ 2 FOR 1 Pet Ritz Frozen Pies 99.V A" 4 O t

MGM U"1Na51151515nee
Daily Soft Puffs 2'J$1'/ Orange Juice 3JS1 ,
A...151/1 N Min .........-..-- H
Q.sip 99" Summer's Eve Douche 63'.. Macaroni ( Cheese 389(5389P1/ ( ;iIS !
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psterine: or Llstermint $149 Nyquil Cold Medicine M" Clothes NI NI PS Pins '1| Coffee IM witonmn Lightner 55IN Pan / If we should make an error that costs you additional tax) ::6l ,

iwi IN If Call fall PAN UVI. 'IM II Ttaf,HWrH, NffllMk WON M WIN I you pay only the tax. Block pays any penalty and Interest '11
(Rea''Toothbrush Vicks Formula 44 D M" Tetley Tea Bags M23 Jeno's Pizza 99i.( We stand behind our work.BLOCK'. .11

Clairol ita mMi nttMi Shampoo MMM.Mr N.? 51- 'a Pantry Pride Egg Shampoo 69PTantry Faultless Spray Starch. 2/M/ IMIMttuMnilPet Quick" Maid Waffles/ 3/$1 oa

t MI IN Ml CT MflUCTWr* .............,..... .H4R' -.h
RrSl"Net"HaiT Spray 99".F Pride Alcohol 3JlIMIOIhlUMMI Kleenex Facial Tissue 3/M/ 1 Packer label Mushrooms 49d59i Eta
__ unniiin mm wi IWf.NtlllMKrispy Sao" THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE I jai
Ultra Ban Roll-On 49.. furniture Polish! 990. Food Storage!! Bags *111| Crackers ( (tw

LIB 3Y'S D.I Montle DINTY MOORE r--ii ',

TOMATO DRINKS BEEF I !! 527 S, Wat.r St.. Stark. Fla. ?.'
Pa.&"* .11
RA.SR1UR. I 'pA A ---It'
JUICE 04PwM.wiws 9 STEW = A7iF 1 flow.;" 964-8286 ,.r"i ;lit

.0. CAN 45.31 Ave 1r 400a uvE.1F 1:':'x:'::' :,: Th. Monitor Office, Keyston Heights >).: : .rtI

L-:::.=.::: : Phon.. 473-2351 .

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The Bradford County Telegraph Presents pti?::: : rtf'.. .,\;. : .
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The object of this contest is to match the pictures on the opposite page : .' ;t. "

with the ads on this page. The pictures consist of the owners, managers 1f'or

they've picked represent their business. The tricky part,i. ." .

that we've added a few other pictures to throw you off. So go around to those

businesses and check them out.!, They will be glad to see you. The First.Perpori : ., ,\ .

i to cut and paste the correct picture with the businesses on this page and bring" ]

it in to the Telegraph Office will win $25. '.
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PUMP Office .
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SUPPLY J A Family Owned and 110 W..ColJ.S1: q y"
CO. Operated Business y

234 N. Temple Ave. 964-574 ': ., ::1:' .,
864 N.964-7061 Temple Ave. '....75'& '. ;! 1

Serving Bradford County I
Owned ft Operated by R.V. Durrance Come In and .s.*>vf t Ci f mplt* line of Hallmark
for Over 50 Years cards and sifts,W.9&9Q h.v. bookkeeping sup
piles, end otheric. #..... ... 1980 calenders'.
Let Durrance do all your plumbing. We have all Valentine card. fid. ,Nifty fcoods. '
the plumbing supplies you'll need. For all your' appliances or televisions seeWlnkler's ; ::: t' "' .; "

TODAY. Offering Zenith. RCA.'.Hotsx ...... O" !.1\\' I4 .
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4i 1I.'... + .d" and Feddersv *.. .. ..... .... ., ... .. _
b !; ;( 1cttar: /:. UMpc.JIcIW lt -'': point. MaytagAmana y ,'. "" '<" n.
..., .. . ... I Drilling no: ':J":! -II, ;r"'i"f"l'' _: ':'1"t\ '' OFFICE
Stop by and see Warren or Arthur Winkler .rv. .I, t ']!1 ;j, I'i r SHOP,.....
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Serving Bradford County and : ..f ':t'jf.; ,-. M..
North Florida since 1964 .
Sylvia Underhill. Bookkeeper '
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MOTORS TIRE PARTS 1 'ff155W.BrownUe.SJl :


206 W. Madison St. ., j..
964-7200 U.S.301 North 964-6OM; .\}F fi'> :.I '*
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Owned and Operated ..: .
by Lawrence Motley Brings you qweUty'j*yfit parts and accessories.
Have you thought about a new car or truck for .l J J
Inn Your New Scatty Muffler Dealer with a Lifetime "We Help. Keep A erica Moving"
Guarantee I 6"_*'"l j : "- -
Corn to the people that have what you need. -f-f-' 'r / ua%
GyaV or Byron can put you in a LTD with over Complete Line of Tires MetcftiiiiiiroS.rvic.. -in
drive that gets over 17/24 MPCallon. Front End Alignment & Repair ''"': AJAanoged
You don't have to give up comfort for gas Mechanical Repairs /NAPA' ftennl: *Ratliff By 4NAPA.. :Art 1n
mileoge. We have a good selection of Mustangs :.' '' r -.- "R

Pintos and .Fiestas also
With This Ad W.Will Jack Sapp Janie Ratliff
Crease Your Car Free Shop Foreman- '. Secretary ,0

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"GATE" ., ...
301 S. Surk*. Fit.' 984 8484Catipxf
Ttnts *......... AUTO PARTS,

Owned ft Operated by 430 N.Tomple .
Ed & Bette Perry
Ave. 607 E. BrownU" St.

Save Money and Gas on Your Next \I 964-5611 '''-$07|" .
Camping Trip and Stay
'4'.I 10andlr.ndaThoma. i
and Operated by Do y ,
At Stark: KOA
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Whr w.hav.S.lf-S.rvic.' Chevron Frank patterson.A..I.t., Mgr. Ernest Allen offer! y..;;..ily quality! custom cut
Conv.nl'.nc Stor and IP Co meats. When yew want seme fine eating' go ....
You Don't Have To Leave Bradford County For accessories Ernest. He time J'chea*. steaks, bacon and ''t
Vacation For ell your auto parts and' stop by neckbones." Yw'jMcl(,'wliaf you want tell them, -
and see Doyle. and Frank today. how to cut It and t>.ct','..f ell the price Is com'
POOL So Bring I Your Swim I Suit I "
petitive. v, .
PLAYGROUND SO Bnrfl TH. Kid. We also assemble and repair ". ,.!i :
I GAME ROOM So Bring A Thought In Mind To Hydraulic' Hose. ; :, "
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January 11.11180 TELEGRAPH Pale IIA

Correctional; Training Grads Charles Hall Promoted to Colonel

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; J.IJ ," ''''' ,''' ': Charles H. Hall was recently promoted Ulion stationed at Camp Lejeune.
".r ,,' r..., jj!' to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel N.C. Other assignments have been
uIt j'i ,V i 1 in a ceremony at the Armed with Co. B-) 4th Amphibious Assault
r rIi
''', 7 \ ( Forces Reserve Center at NAS Company at NAS Jacksonville and
Jacksonville.) with MTU Fl-1 also at NAS.
i It ;'! Hall who Is principal at Lawtey
I, !" Elementary School, is a veteran of 19 Col. Hall Is presently the executive:
years in the Marina Corps Reserve.On officer of the Latter unit. Hall's wife,
I active duty ho was a company Sandee, and their two children
commander of a Reconnaissance Wendee and Todd, were also presentfor
Company of 2d Reconnaissance Bat- the promotion ceremony.



Spaghetti w/meat sauce garden Hamburgers pizza French fries,
""' .'!/' : ." salad French bread, peach half milkshakes.
wI ,_,'IF., ,It" % I cookie, milk
I r+ 1 i I Baby lima beans w/meat rice, Cheeseburgers, pizza. French fries,
1 r sweet potatoes, biscuit key lime pie milkshakes.

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4aN.t milk.WEDNESDAYJAN1.JARY23 Cuban Sandwich, pizza French

? Taco buttered corn, green peas, fries, milkshakes.
v+i chocolate cake mixed fruit, milk.
Fried chicken mashed potatoes & Hamburgers French fries pizza
gravy green beans hot rolls, peach milkshakes.
These three I.awlfy Correctional Insltiitlon employees Walter L. Kelt. pie, milk
1 Healed and Farrell W. Uowdle and Melvin Smith standing recently participated F IOAY.JANUARY 25
in the Correctional Training Institute (CTI) at Raiford. Beans It weiners cole slaw corn- Pizza French fries, hamburgers
This Is the 47th CTI group; to enroll In the minimum standards curriculum required bread fruit jello milk. milkshakes.
I by law. The Training Institute program Is taught In conjunction with
Lake City Community College and the graduates earn nine semester creditsfor h --.-----. ---
1 successful. completing: the fulltlme 160-hour course.: Instruction is on the
Criminal Justice System Legal Aspects of Corrections Operational Procedures -
I Principles of Supervision, Human Relations and Technical Training In the photo: the silver leaven of Hall's new rank to Lt. Col. are pinned
I Skills which Include firearms, first aid and fire fighting techniques' on by his wife. Sandee. and his CO. Colonel Joseph II. Juten. Sealed Bids Will Be Received In The

*********** Office Of The Purchasing Agent,

Servicemen Union Correctional Institution P. O.

S/Sgt Gregory; A.Dyal Box 221 Raiford, Florida 32083, Up

Staff Sergeant Gets Gregory Transfer A.Dyal son To And Not Later Than 1:30: P.M.

of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Dyal of
Lawtey has arrived for duty at Tuesday, 29 January 1980 For The

Misawa Sgt. Dyal Air ,Base a telecommunicationscontrol In Honshu Japan. Sale Of Cow Hides And Inedibles, Fat,

! previously systems assigned technician at Clark was Air Bones, Etc. Details May Be ObtainedBy

Base, Philippines and is now serving
with a unit of the Air Force Contacting The Above Office Or

Communications Command.The Mr. Jake Varnes Abattoir At Area
sergeant Is a 1970! graduate of ,
, Bradford High School.
His wife, Sharon, is the daughter of Code 904-431-1212
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White of Orlando.

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I'' Pfc.Rowland Cummings We Reserve The Right To Reject

I Gets Assignment
Ii FORT MYER, Va. Pfc. Rowland
IiI, Cummings son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnA. Anr lOr All Bids
I Cummings, Jr., Route 2, Starke,
recently was assigned as a salute gun
platoon loader with the 3rd U.S. Infantry =
! (.(The Old Guard) at Fort' Myer
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These nine Florida State Prison employers recently Technical Training;Skills which Include firearms, first aid
participated in the Correctional Training Institute at and fire fighting techniques' Mystery
Itaiford. They are (l-r): Seated: 1".nlpAII..n. Jereld W. The Correctional Training Institute was certified by the Vt
Carver. James :M. Nolan Michael' I.. Wooldridge. Standing Florida Correctional Standards Council in May 1978 as a
Marvin A. Young Rudolph R. Payne Joseph K.Stephens. training center for correctional presonnel.. The Councilwas
Shirley II. Clough and Robert J. I.awson. empowered I by>> the Legislature in 1974 to establish Merchant _
minimum standards for the certification of correctional
officers and training centers. The curriculum of training;
'. :This Is the 17th CTI (group to enroll the minimum standuriln is designed to Intensify the exposure of the officer and to
curriculum required by law. The Training) Institute develop him professionally It is anticipated that the Contest --
,program is taught In conjunction with" !Lake City Communily training program will help materialize the promise of a
,: College, and the graduates earn nine semester modern correctional system.
:'rreillts for succesiifuly completing the rulltln,<<,. IKlhhour.course Participants will continue their training/ with an additional PicturesMatch
.. ). Instruction is on the Criminal Justice System IflU hours taught by regional Instructors on an In-
::legal Aspectof Corrections Operational Procedures service basis at the various correctional facilities located
.Principles of Supervision, Human. Relations, and throughout Florida. Photos With
On Facina PaoeII
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Bradford-Union _fRIDAY lAid. lAIn ., ;:

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Swine Assn. Officers Florida The 3rd Friday In Jan.

Was 0algnat Arbor Day By The .;::.;:., .
Laglalatur In 1846. Trea Are Now r
Elected For 1980 Dormant And Ma Th. Beat Tunis I
To Plant Them.

Following a covered dish dinner 1 Grow Your Own Fresh Fruit- (....I.jJ ,.. 31
Thursday, Dec. 20,at the Agricultural 1 !
Building in Starke the Bradford- Shade & Nut Trees Enjoy The .I, L.
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Union Swine Association elected the --
1980 slate of officers. Beauty Protection'& Fresh Air .

New officers tor the coming year They ProvideWe

are: president James Roy Stalnaker offer A Big Selection
of Union County; vice-president.Billy _
Melson of Bradford County; Helpful Information And All -I
secretary Glenn L Clyatt of Union Your Planting Needs
County; and treasurer Warren Nr '
Carver of Bradford County.
$849 b f r
Former president James Balkcom Reg.-11" .
presided over the business meeting. TREE PLANTING TIPS
i>z.The lag-in for the Youth Swine Show PEACH .n i a I
was changed from Jan. 5 to Saturday Dig th. hole about twice as big as Rag. M" $369 .. ".t}..
Jan. 12. at Homer Hart's Store. Therewas Illeroolar... Mix IOmegood pat, : : "of :
a discussion of the procurement cow manure or bed mix with the APPLEReg. 'f. a '
(If a judge and a grader for the Youth toil (about '/', & Va)., Thoroughly 'd"DOGWOOD $699 I. s a : ;,' a. l'la; \.
Swine Show as well as other fair. wet the hole and roots. Spread the
'elated items. rood and hold tree in position fill '
: In the soil with water running from $ )89
ffhe next monthIY'meeting'1he' a' hose to there will b. no air Reg. M" <
Swine Association will be Thursday. pockets around roots. W ter dally ,1i
:Jan.,17..in Lake Butler. ; for a couple of weeks and as MYRTLE TREE
o.dd afterwards J $489
; .' RED Reg': a6"

T Paper Drive Set Many Others.' Select & Plant Now

: ? To liaise Money' ..

w! For Band Uniforms' Ideal! BED MIX T

Complete Planting' Medium 'i.iq < f
immediately the BUS! f I
Hfginnmu Contains Organic Bone 4V=/ h tt
citizens of Organic Brand
'stand, <<1 IK asking all the
blurb', IjiwU'y and Hampton to save Meal Cow Manure A Other .". '
their iM-wspunrrs' for' collection, .>nSutilrrliiy Cow ManureWeed Vital Elements Needed For A iili 1r,.
K<>b. in. Free 'Good Start &'Growth,..
At Ihul lime, several t'olhctionaunts '
will IxMivuiljililc' for petigrle| lo 5 Lb $169 10 Lb. '
,rlllJ(; Ihi-ir ,oiiix-rn., ,H'lraso lie into 40 Lb. $248 Bag BagFlorida ,$289
'undl' %, I. 4
The lillS 'Hand I i\ doing\ cnrwpn- I Peat $169
Irnlrd effort to nuw money l ICI purchaHC -
All I Organic i Conditions Soil Bu Bag
now uniforms nt Ian nppriw-
innate, cost of $II.("N Thry will Inuntihlf ---- __, :
lo rniw. the inoiiry without LORIOAGARDEN &NURSERY CENTER
your hf In. I'lraM-. wivt your|pugs| 'rs ,
and dowhal you fan In get' JlIC'I'"""I .in
new uniform, C ONTROL 639 E. Call St. Starke. Fla. '"
will I is'mlnl"'n..o..1"laler. 5.
\Y Collection point I -
Phone e4.5745w' ii-
I, If you are unable to bring your -_-_
papers, arrangements' will be made' c;., ,,,let.., of,,',. : III., r '. : "
fur pick-up.

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12A TELEGRAPH January 17. 19841

;.j 1 '* 1"" Special Speakers at Pine Level Last Sunday I

Kettle Drive Buckets $1,600 ./ -
On afternoon school and daycare ministries by graduate of Tennessee Temple Chris-
Sunday Jan.
"A complete success this year." announced Rev. Ben Bryant, legislative edict.KARATE.
Lester Roloff spoke at Pine Level tian Schools and founder of a youth
chairman of the Local Service Unit of the Salvation Army. "
he is
Baptist Church to a capacity crowd. camp currently listed in the
Bro. Roloff Is a nationally known FOR CHRIST Guineas World Book of Records for)

"Over 1,600 was received during the six day period in which this i radio evangelist. He Is founder and On Wednesday Jan 23,at 7:30 p.m. breaking fourteen feet of ice.
year's Kettle Drive was conducted. director of the"Family Altar" broad- Mike Crain will be the special guest at Services Wednesday evening will
cast which is now in its thirtysixthyear Pine Level Baptist Church. be In the new auditorium, and the
and is heard on more than one Crain Is an evangelist who travels pastor Rev. Roman Alvarez,extends
"The Local Service Unit would like to thank all who contributedso ) \ hundred and eighty radio stations around the country: preaching and to the public a cordial Invitation to at-
generously this year, with a special vote of thanks to those ,tK across the nation, the. Virgin Islands performing karate demonstrations A tend.Correctional .
volunteers from civic organizations, hospital, church and schoolg ii\ and Hawaii.
who gave so generously of their time in man Brother Roloff has started two
power at the KettleDrivestatlonslocated at rGe &Y., rescue missions and has founded

Piggly-Wiggly and Food Fair stores. : 1, eight homes for people in need of help

Although there have been many at-
This year's drive concentrated on Fridays and Saturdays for the tempts by the State of Texas to close Officer 1
preceding three weekends at the above locations. Hjalmar McMillan and Bill Wilson Jr. are the these homes (Brother Roloff has goneto
Kettle Drive bell ringers, above. jail twice In the last four years),the
homes are still open and all the homesare
full. They receive an of
.. .. Hampton Hi-Lites fifty calls a day concerning average boys and State Career Service Position At All Male
girls,men and women who desperately -
by Dolores Meng Zimmerman with tier program are need a place to go and most must be Correctional Institution. Qualifications
Phone 468-191J meeting is headed by Mrs. Arlene Mrs. Sheila Padgett, Mrs. Carolyn turned away because of) no room to
Rich. Also serving on this committee: Baez, Mrs. Debbie Hawkins, Mrs. accommodate them. Many of these Include:
Senior Citizens are Mrs. Diane Davis, Mrs. Elaine Sylvia Patterson and Mrs. Carolyn end up in reform school: or prison
The Hampton Senior Citizens In- Smith, Mrs. Dolly Smith and Mrs. Slater. because they are unable to receivethe
vites all interested people fifty yearsof Margaret Wadsworth. Mrs. Jean Clark's first grade class help they need. 18 Years of AgeHigh School Diploma Or
age or older to attend their Club The Title I Advisory Committee won the f 10 award for best representation -
meeting Friday,Jan. 18 at 2 o'clock/ volunteering to assist Mrs. Earselene of parents at this meeting. With Brother Roloff in the service Florida GED, Good Character BackgroundAnd
last Sunday afternoon were Gene and
the City Hall
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIPFollowing Gina Sorenson and another young Passage Of State Exam. Salary Range
lady from the Rebekah Home who
Brenda Bawek Invited several a delicious chili supper, team was Chuck Williams with 10pointS provided special music. ($9,667 $12,569 Annually) Forty Hour

friends to her home on Friday, Jan. served by Janet Turner, Laurie the first game and Brett Smith Shift Work
Week. OJT
11, to help in celebrating her 13th birthday Mullins and Andrea Abrams, the two with 8 points the second game. Other LEROY ELDRIDGEIn Approved For Veterans."An .
They enjoyed a decorated cake older youth groups divided into two members of the Miller team were: the evening service last Sundayat
and other refreshments. They had teams last Sunday evening. Pat Mundorf, Richard Gaines, Daryl Pine Level, the congregation was Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative
dancing contests and played games. The two teams challenged each Thornton and Hunter Rauhoffer. privileged to hear Rev. Leroy
Six girls stayed over for a slumber other In a basketball game as follows: Mark Mitchell, Jay Eaves, Brett Eldridge, Executive VicePresidentof Action Employer." Interested Persons Should
party the Miller Midgets, captained by Smith, Todd Denton and Bill Sanders Christian Law Association. It was
Tracy Bradley had a home party in Kevin Miller beat the Chuckles made up the rest of the Williams Rev. Eldrige, along with a Memphis Apply To Personnel, Union Correctional
celebration of his 9th birthday on Jan. Charges captained by Chuck team. school administrator, Jerry Tetreau,
13. Williams, both games Following the game, the group helda who took the initiative to introduce a Institution, P. O. Box 221 Raiford, Florida
Chris Meng celebrated his 17th bir- The first game was won by a score short devotional and dismissed. bill in the Tennessee legislature to ex-
thday Jan. 12 with his family and of 38 to 28 and the second by a score of All three youth groups will meet at empt Christian day schools from control 32083 ((904)) 431.1212..
friends. 24 to 12. High scorer on the Miller the regular time Sunday, January by the State Department of
Mrs. Earselene Zimmerman team was Kevin Miller with 14 points 20th. The skating trip for all groups Education. Because of their efforts,
celebrated her birthday Jan. 14 the first game and 10 points the second has been postponed until Sunday, Christian schools in Tennessee were
Happy Birthday to Donnie Roberts High scorer on the Williams January 27th. left free from state control of their
also who turned 9 on Jan. 15.

Amtrak Mrs. Jane from Oxford.Fontaine Visitors Connecticut arrived via on ',-r: rr.arr'' 1 y are pleased' to honor most :t'E _

Friday to spend some time with her ECKERJI' r I insurance f
r r'- < prescription drug
: "ip
daughter, JoAnn, and her mother-in- :I
law. Mrs. Josephine Fontaine.Mr. I ii \
I Ask
\ ; Eckerd
and Mrs Tom Paladino and t -1 programs. your ;
son, Stacy, spent the weekend in Tam- f\\ ;;
7Pharmacist. f -
pa where they enjoyed touring Busch r -'
Gardens. \

PTA Meeting >", ... .. -.. .." ". '". .', : -, : 1. : '

held The a meeting Hampton Jan.Elementary 8 at the school PTA 4i \ a ""l't. "'''';.''''..r..1" .x T..._... *"Mt'! Y;;; "! :-I!' 'I C,.( A I.t.!: r., ,;.'."",.''t.'A;:.r.r.'js.'I'.; .,:,<;;;,.":1' ;,;,, ...i.tt:Y.jt, ....)..;'''{1It;.....',...,,(. .,:.:.....,,.....'1-'1uL: ;N. ,. .. I

with the president, Don Roberts, '
presiding. "
The Committee appointed to pre- ECKERD PERSONNA
sent a slate of officers at the next SUPER PLATINUM KLEENEX


FFA Junior :'=' i razors Fnsalldoubleedge Limit 1 TISSUE 4 SNACKS -

I -- 7-oz tube Contains til Cheez Balls Curls
PACK Twists
Chapter NewsThe : decay-lighting fluoride Box of 100. White R & Corn Chips In
z Limit 1 QF '..L only. Refl. 37' ea, a t reseaiable cans. Reg.
Lim 79L.mit. 2 ,, ,
Bradford High Junior FFA _,\ jf gjfi!
Chapter finished fifth overall in Sub-
District Contests at Lake City Middle ASPIRIN I 'teottleof (,/ e ,
rte 5
School Dec. 7.Members '
of the fifth place .cc .... 100 tablets. Y FOR
parliamentary procedure team were .;fi LImit I ''E

Mark Crews, Randy Luke. Guy _
Wayne Parrish. Randy Merritt, Rob-

bie Harris for, and Bruce Rehberg.Alternates NICKSLA44 v aasaaswswisWB v ..... ,,;)....'&K. ..."..>< parliamentary procedurewere
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Lori Allen and Susie Welch. 4 ,,11 It f -*& v ,.' '

Marilyn Griffis was third in public i 1 09I;rnt,t 1 STRESS \f'. I DICALCIUM

Eddie Barnes placed fifth in tractor 3r,1 ,
driving. f7 B.CompleK.WII" v :' ,,S WITH VITAMIN D ntupur
The Junior had Vitamin & minerals De .vJ "i{," ". With
chapter a work day .Ir Calcium.
and took.out Dec. 20 at the FFA farm. .';. BAYER ASPIRIN Z aotablets Reg.393 .. a -:. :r..:'i, 215 Phosphorous & '-
6 Vitamin
Reporter.. Marilyn Griffis "" r- 0
Flavored. 698 '':, 100 tablets.
;!4;'; 33e Bottle ot t p .;..........," Rp 2 69

Gospel SingIn .,. 36 LimIt 1 BAYER........wiw.. x"= ...,-cJ..i.; DISPERSINGFORMUlA

CityThe r TABLETS heatacolfi r

LOZENGES Vitamin mineral D t as you need .it. Reg 2.9879""paCkofl8
Singing Silcox Family of Mid- tonic 100 tablets ,-...., '
dleburg and the Kingdomheirs of I u Reg 579 TONIC
Jacksonville will be Deforming at 1 h4 239 Sly
Tison Auditorium in Lake City Saturday : 59
Jan. 18. at 7:30: p.m. t 4
There is no admission charge +"
everyone ;
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OF GOD O CC O 100( tablets 3.19 l 1 .: SINUS HEADACHE ; ..! !}. { .,- -: mineral tablets
Reg t -
2 .-
TABLETS ;ft l ,
REVIVAL r j ir: ::> w" .
Y i : 100 60 ,
qj raw : tus mg
f Oecongestant.with an I Extra V ; 100.300919 .
s .O/ k.tE; : .r Reg 319
A antihistamme 24 Reltef y t' ZINC
Revival services are scheduled at + ';: '
the Starke Church of God Sunday BRONCHIAL ; tablets Reg 2.39 SinuSitiS VITAMIN 169 I -.1

through Wednesday, Jan. 20-23 Ser-
vices are as follows-: SYRUPDM ,... !fj1 t 179 D f1 Choice Anessentialwmterbmevitamm. ,
j Ow 11191 ot strengths nww.ri
Sunday 11 am and 7pm. e A Forminor r ft r:6 -
''$ bronchial A .rwoAyo ,:.o a?
Weekmght services begin at 7:20 p.m. Z 0
snowy roe a s s3.
Rev. D A. Biggs, former state coughs 8-oz J;;: tl TERPIN
I100"a. !S0 e r+ vlra "
for the Churches of God in Reg tuy 'Mt EXTRASTRENGTH .
overseer ....;;.. rU ti2' 1O LJ v iurrt HYDRATE '
Florida. Mill be the Evangelist. We PROMPT "
i HelplCOntroltlr
cordially invite the public to worship) CONGEST-AFED J
.. Reg
with us in these dynamic revival services
DM SYRUP 'f;, 100 tablets Con. f f f ;fir VITAMIN C 64 .
Deconges- "t tams no aspirin' y'i Time pellets capsules '
Host Pastor. Rev. Mel Drake ?
2 .wtant liquid J Reg 249 u.w..rrrw. continuous supply of \/ provide

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293 219 ,F i.101... so UII ... .. _ _
family of Floy B. Sullivan 4-oz Reg 269 1" ar.ae. .a' j;,:? VIRUS TABLETS

wishes to express sincere gratitude to ACNE-7 .w'a'ist"' t. 24multi-symptomcough&l
Dr. Pete Felon/ Dr. Sarnt and the LOTION a"'r 'T WATER MISCI8LE NATURAL cold tablets eg' 269 iD'
management and staff of Starke Nur- ANTI-B. VITAMIN A VITAMIN A I. 7 ter'"'
sing Home and Bradford County Medicated complexion Altackaonewlth Importantdetary 3 99 rrA iiiu
Hospital for their tender and compas- NASAL* ,_i_'am K., lotion 1 oz Reg 2 49 9 a..,-, ..i.' Vitamin A.10.000-LU.( -' supplement.. .; _
sionate care for our loved one and to spray ..r w 8 6 ocJ.c! capsules Bottle -- j- 10 000 I U.capsules 0 ti.
all friends for their visits prayers, 1 Reg 198 a' O ,r'r .1: of 100.Reg. 3.19 vmwr Reg 2 98ANTIaTROCHE3 .
gifts and kindness to her during the 0:; ..i': 1U8 n .
years of her confinement. And, too, te' 255 GO-PAIN
t we appreciate deeply your prayers, Pack 01 10 Reg 1.39 1" "- r 1/-

expressions of sympathy, food, BATH CARE :;: 'CREAM

flowers and contributions to the Hope D VILBISS '. BATH OILContains : -.- '. Fast.aCtlnganalgeslC
Church Building Fund in her Vitamin E )y.,. cream 11.5-oz-Reg. 1.49
memory. Thanks also to DeWitt C. VAPORIZER 13 S-oz Reg 539 ," xr'
Jones Funeral Home for their effi- ,. gallon TREATS THrR&-GARDSM 1 f 9

ciency and courtesy which made a -e hours ;.1, 48 9 ,, WITH IRON MULTI-VITAMINS ;.
difficult time easier for us. This will No 1320 Reg.,1 v Potent vitamin-
be remembered 'l---J- wy, Chewable. mineral a*
always. May God 6 70 limit 1 a" supplement JWi ;
bless each of you. r, :r.r;;, flavored -_ Bottle ol 100 tablets .r ;"
The Sullivan i; vitamin Reg. 479 .
Family :
MILES ---ell .;, supplement CREAM
WITH IRON '" i i 100 tab let.. !.... ,
r / DIET Th" ? i ; ?r
;; CAPSULES fJ.-- .
; Bottie ol too plus pt,d't Reg 425 tr iIts ,,.. :' Non-gr.asy.Molsturizing, ,
We would like to thank for ;; 24 potent timed N
everyone release '
Promotes .
tablets 1 :
tree healing S-oz
15 -r '. .
their cards, flowers, concern, donations L. ',. 1. ,S reducing capsules Reg 3.19 339ggHoldsi -?-:" Bottle of 200. Reg 1 29 +,+
of blood and many acts of kind .: wJ .. 1( .. ; ,;= Reg 849 rte'':.:::'''' 1."t .t.\

ness. Most of all we would like to 26 9 !:;" A 239 .....:: "'C'" : ;;r.. r.ro: : 1
I thank you for the prayers that pulledme .1 .. ; ,.. ._ ._,.. Q93Page ..- '" "
through my recent accident. ..', ,., .J
Praise God ._, '. I:, I--. :. .. '!' .. . .ot:

Kim Tenly Griffis and family . .


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I . . Lawtey News ... .. .- --4

by Elizabeth Terry Personals

rs2.3300: Rev. a n';d 'M._.... R agar .1I'.nln............ o t removed( from her eyes In the near Hall, England called their parents,
China Grove of of Jacksonville the dinner future. Our prayers are with her. Col./ and Mrs. Wm. Wilson
N.C. were guests Tom, .during Tuesday guest of his mother, on Sunday
CHURCH ACTIVITIESGrace their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christmas and New Year holidays.Mrs. Mrs. Carl Prevatt and his brother-in- Mr. and Mrs Norman Starling of All are doing fine there.
United Methodist: Winner of Eunice and other relatives Jacksonville Lakeland spent the weekend with
Sunday Marian Hall, of law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Truman
the Sword Drill Banner in EARLY night until Thursdays spent the weekend with her brother- Norman.Mr. their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs Michael Crapse, lr .
CHURCH was Terri Wilkerson She Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Doss and Mrs. Michael Moore and and Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mrs. have moved to 2UH West Court Street.
has been the winner three consecutive Mrs. Mary Taylor Mrs. Ruth Griffis, Higginbotham. Trisha I look their grandmother Mrs. James Dougherty, Mrs. Jacqueline Hinesvllle, Ua. 31313 They will he
times. Mrs. Darlene Norman and sons, and Friends of Steve Fetch, son of Mr. Autie Brewer their parents, Mr. and Lines Miss Billie Doreen glad 10 hear from any 01 their friendsHe
Mrs. Eloise Olin Is still In Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman and sons and Mrs. Benton Futch, of Starke, Mrs. Otis Brewer and Kim Mrs. Wilson and Timmy Wilson of Mildenby Is stationed at Fort Stewart Ga

General Hospital, Gainesville. Mr attended the funeral of Mrs. Edna and nephew of Miss Elizabeth Terry, Teresa Wood and her children out to
Bub Carter Is home and Improving Harvey of Seville on Monday. regret to learn that he Is a surgical lunch Sunday noon at the Steak HouseIn

nicely. Terry Futch and son, Bruce, of patient in Bradford County Hospital.Our | Starke Community News I
The minister and his wife are Jacksonville Beach, visited their prayers are with him. Reggie Norman and Steve Travis of -
especially glad to see so many con aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended Cedar Keys, were Wednesday over
verting to wood heat. This matter of afternoon. Terry was an overnight the funeral of Mrs. Floy Sullivan at night guests of his parents, Mr. and
conservation of God's resources guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum Hope Baptist on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Truman Norman.Mr. Elizabeth; G. Walker Concerned Citizen of Bradford County
should be the concern of the church as Jr.,and Bruce spent the night with his Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whetsel, of and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent Meeting:
well as the nation. aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry. They Keystone Heights were Sunday din three weeks with their son-in-law and Birthday Party The monthly meeting of the Concerned -
The Kingdom Heirs were a special returned home on Saturday at noon. ner guests of their brother-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Craig Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DeSue, Sr. Citizens of Bradford Countywill
: blessing after our fellowship supper Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of Lake sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, and and family of Boca Raton. of 819 Florida Street were host to a be held Jan. 24 in the cafeteria of
: during the Sunday night service. The City, visited their parents, Mr. and their daughter, Mrs Karen Martinez Mr. Charles Jordan of Aiken, S.C., birthday party given to Mrs. Ruth RJE complex. All members and interested
: ladies served chili and soup. Mrs. Harold Eunice on Tuesday and daughter Eugenia. Manuel Mar. spent Sunday until Tuesday with his Murphy of Florahome on Jan. 11 at 8 citizens are Invited to attendat
Continue to visit the Thrift Shop in night. tinez flew back home( on Wednesday. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and pm Present were her husband, 7:30pm.
its new location. We now have a kit Mrs. C.R. Crews spent two weeks Mrs Martinez and Eugenia will stay Mrs. Millard Jordan and family. James, son-in-law and daughter Mr.
chen range which needs minor with her son-in-law and daughter,Mr. another week. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- and Mrs.Clarence DeSue, Sr., Starke, Girl Scout
repairs plus many item of cloltiing. and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and son, J.C. Prevatt of Gainesville, was a thurlne Blanchard visited her sister Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Murphy, Brownie Troop 352 meets each Mon
Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Florahome, sister, Ms. Ada Sewwd, day 3:30: in the Head Start room at
------- Thelma Wilson of Baker County Nursing Florahome, five grandchildren and RJE complex.

Home in Macclenny on Tuesday. five great grandchildren. All present Junior Troop 6B4 meets each Tuesday
Mrs. Wilson is to have cataracts enjoyed the gala affair. in the annex of Greater Allen

Agridite Chapel AME Church. All parents are
t\ew\ .IIelrS asked to cooperate with Leaders for
the success of the girls. Volunteer
8/JSi Legals 1 1IN help is needed.
,,\\ \ 407 N. Temple Ave. 1 -

Corner of Pratt St. & 301 --'SS THE CIRCUIT COURTOF ROBERTS his wife, and file 'the original with Church Activities:
964-6465 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. the Clerk of this Court Free Canaan True Church of God In
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR YOU ARE NOTIFIED either' before service on Unity: Monday 7:30 Prayer Band
BRADFORD COUNTY that an action for Petitioners attorney or Tuesday Choir rehearses 7-30
Farm Bureau SAFE MARK FLORIDA. CASE NO. for.cto.ur. of Contract Immediately, thereafter Wednesday 7:30: Tarrying Service
80-8. for D..d hat been filed otherwise a judgmentwill Friday Bible Study. Sunday School 10
and you arm required toserve be entered for the a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. The
Tires Batteries Accessories Lubricants.AUTOtRUCKTRACTOR HECTOR t. OWNBEYand a copy of your relief demanded In the Choir Federation will be held at 3
VERA E, OWNBEY, written def.n..., if any complaint. p.m. The public is invited to attend
hit wlf., Plaintiff wi ARTHUR to It on petitioner attorney WITNESS my hand and Calvery Baptist Church: Thursday
BALLARD STONE who.. name and the seal af this Court on 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sunday
and JEFFERY E. ROBERTSand address It MYRON C. January 9. 1980, School 10 a.m. Preaching Service first
and third
Sunday 5 Alphonso
Steve Farm Bureau Members his wif., D.I.ndant.NOTICE Law P.O. Drow.r 79B CLERK OF THE COURTBY p.m.
Owner Serving Jenkins in charge.
OF ACTION.TO Keyltone Height / Beulah M. Moody
Ml. PisKah ME ('hur,'''- Sunday
i : JEFFERY E. Florida 32656 on or Deputy ClerK. "1'I7
1 ,
< School
'. ROBERTS and ELDEANA before February 7. 1900 4tchg 2 7. 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
a.m. Rev. Wallace will deliver the
message. There will be Chiiir Ex-
.... tII"

ECKERD'S GREAT PHOTO FINISHING OFFER] ifS-INCH x 10-INCH. 1 :" $ !!; l i: l.;: ';..l'_ .'';''fJ... ,,.... .., ,'', ',.;.. ., vited.travaganza at 3 p.m. The.public is in

K CLAIROL ..' Church: Monday 7:30: Senior
lavorHe, color
Bring us
I.negatlve.Wewllenlargelt, : DRYERRoad' '. Choir rehearses. Tuesday 7-30) Prayer
Get an estra tat of prints Get two rollaof print film If ECkerd a makes / wTRAVEL Meeting Wednesday 7'30 all Circles
1 I bed pronl. YOU I on famousqualitKodak paper ;;7
'i with every roll 01 color for Ine price alone .
DON" T PAY FOR IT r ear l00wuts. fold up handle :; meet. McKay's Circle meets at !Mr
or black and while print Ifodacolor or bleak .ntl I ". converts ,-
him, Jev.lop.d and whits, ..nenyou nave II you take bid B I !V'.t, to table stand (for 2 handed r.H. Sammie Lee Williams Blye's Circle '
A I 199 : meets at Sister McCloud's
printed TOOAV )o.r film processed I ictura YOU 't.we0' ;A'f. styling Snap-on concentrator Mary
AND" EVERYDAY at Eckertl TODAY DON T PAY ORIT coaonOoodT.ruSaI .n t,- i'' Model MD-1 Reg 21 99 Lee's Circle meets at Sister Annie
::: ;;)
AND" EVERYDAY .....atl.wets...l._ 'fi;. ot ;,r Dean's. Thursday 7 30 Story Hour at
. .. .. I
.. .. } 1799 and the church.Choir will Friday rehearse 6:30: Junior Saturday Usher
; .
I' dinners will be sold from the kitchen
' si: 'f.t;, ii. f.l 1t. ,.. 't., ............... F. .
., "."',...... >. ... _, if,'" ",-. .J >N""" '" xCd ,b (IIr the Little Church will
-----. 'x Sunday
" :s f i meet. 9:3f: Sunday' School

I 3 f* & WESTCLOX ELECTRIC Morning Worship 11 a.m Evening
O Worshio 6 p.m.
:' CLOCK New Bethel Baptist Churi'h

;. MALLOWS CRICKET I I "AAA"A L K A l I NE :'F a;*: Large easy to read numerals Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer Service
,--. ter' sweep second hand No 20291 Friday 7:30: pm Elder Sampson
i '! COOKIES LIGHTER -I BATTERY L,:: t : Reg 399 ell ?f White and congregation will conduct
A service at New Bethel Sunday School
butane lighter. For calculators toys 'j
Cnooseregwarspnnkle' 'Disposable' .
i or striped 7-oz size /7J Hundreds of dependable '''''''P flashlights & radios iwj349: O 3 only.. Sun
: Reg 69'Limit 2 'J lights Reg 79 Limit 2 Ii\\. Peg-1 69 "., I e- i day"School Ehezener.KantM 9:30. Morning Church Worship: II

i i.. t .... ;t ,!. .... m a.m..Evnning3, urbhl.p,6 p..m .
a "''' cJ: \.: s i? s First Horn ( hurch of The Jrinic
;, 11: 'J7:9' : :S' .Aci99. _
,53G j Cod; : Friday at 6:30: p.m. Bible fitudj
( FOR I'' :. ; \ f.VIP i\ 7:30: Tarrying Service Sunday-School'

: ... )11 SHOWER *, 10 a.m. Morning Worship II am,
-" MASSAGE J YPCW6p.m. Evening Worship 7 'In
Antioch ;Ml..sionnr'> !<4 |>lisiChuri'h

E'. t .1,, Nor 4E"; \Jt.F rrW J1':' ... "1 r:1I.1'P.I.. :' :.=V.1r..tt.(N;1.'itt.'::;,Y.f 'J.I'. :''wv r.r:.'{m.;:l.po"r;; ';;;( ;'(o "Fern.,s""". r!,r dial Fixed for head.3 position i A' : Prayer Service will he held' ,
: .
.. kTTd'. ., Model
,\1.! ... ""' .." .,.. '_ I .\01'j.. -.. \'i v ."?. ;; .cr:, "u"f4 v'd wJ'K'''''' : w ; .k\ > :"ItJ" spray = pm. at the home of Clarence ( 0\
4 a VPS,2 Reg. 11 99 ington. Sunday School 10 a m l'h.lh,

HEAD&SHOULDERS BRACK'S 3-SHELFPLASTIC ly Light Gospel Singers! of High Spr

JELLY HEARTS orMELLOCREMES BOOKCASE :; ': ings will present a singing! program
SHAMPOO 999 6 p m. The public is invited
at* f Btt JlSshampoo. Price reyySS 1-10 bag of cinnamon 12 x 30' x 30' in assorted I Church: Each Tuesday Young Adult
I'M"' 20> off label )jelly hearts or 10-oz. colors Reg.. 1799 ,J I r7' f Choir rehearses at 6 p.m Sunda
% %
i 7-oz. Limit 1 bag mellocremes./ t' GRAN PRIX School 10 a.m. Lovefeas.1 Service I
88 !
59' t
vertxn Reg -fr
r 11 I U' RADIOHOME pm.Mt.. Moriah l'nitedI..thod: _
POND'S MILK Ml I RecelVessound Church: Sunday School 9 :))0. !Mormr

.. Worship 11am.
for TV
SKIN CARE CREAM e 1\ channels Church' of Cad i of Prophecy| : Sund.n
15-oz.- each ''iI'l. 1499 2-13.AM.FM& School 10 a m. Morning Worship 1 1\1
9 ; 17.99 a m. Evening Worship 7 pm
bottle. Greater Al len Chapel .\M K: t'h u rc-h
Limit t 1 CENTER .
SCHRAFFT'S Sunday School 10 a m Lovefeast Ser
--- Hockoygalnvnylhlllsn., ";1/r/ POLAROID ONE STEP vice 11 a.m. Plans have been completed

LOVING CARE VALENTINE no tools needed for assembly for the Spring rally All captains
HEART I 'x27' Reg 3999 CAMERA are to contact his or her
HAIRCOLOR ._. '1 88 Just aim' &shoot!Has fixed members. The rally terminates Feb 1
,- MA Color lotion r 4-oz foil-wrapped ,1i/,1i29| ; k" focus & motorized print 17. Sunday, Jan. 27. the pastor and
chocolates. :o
ff if that"washes tasty
the I 89' I i'p; ejection. No. 2173 Rag. 34 99 congregation will conduct services in
only Reg
away __ Mandarin Fla. Rev Rose is the
Limit 1iRAVE !
gray I pastor. All members are asked to

.. 59'8IN1 rf. 2999 cooperate( with the activity
..t:;:: FOLDING Services will not be held at Allen
LAZY TRAY ( Chapel Jan. 27.

HAIR SPRAY Plastic construction, :'''i.i':! ..r'1'1': '" ....,g J' .
i '", 4-oz non-aerosol ideal for snacks or .., !.}; ,,-
... or 7-oz.aerosol. AFGHAN KIT breakfast bed.
:79": Limit; 1 Set By l-IICIub
Includes yarn plus 33 24-INCH FLO TROLL
;. directions for 4 knit 3 BAR-B-Q GRILL BAIT The Green Acres 4-H Club of Urad
lw-ptwi & 4 crochet patterns. Reg/q 29 Baked enamel fire BUCKET ford County will have a tree sale on
Style 20501PLUSH I January 25 and 26 to help those that
bowl, adlustableNonme'dlcated | /-Plea. Rua Proof
BUFPUFIaC 488' 'Y,. grid legs fold lor bucket keeps bait alive forgot The sale to on Friday Jan.Uay.25. will be

A cleansing i HOUSEHOLD storage. Reg. 1299 & handy. Reg 5.88 at the Community State Bunk and the

sponge. PLASTICWARE. 199 Florida Bank in Starke from 3:30: 6

.,t1eavy duty pail. "1'/i 988 p m. Remaining trees if any will be
CARPET bushel laundry basket or \ sold Saturday. Jan. 28 In front of
A.LlNE CLEANER 28-qt.wastebasket. Reg. 2.4916oz.Dryronditioner Eckards in Bradford Square from
9:30: a.m till.Packets .
DRESSES of six trees I combination of
&cleanerforcarpets. J77
Q O Various color's& Reg. 2 59 Limit 1 Qs atlJ dogwood, red cedar red maple and
OO patterns. Assorted / sycamore) will sell for $1 per packet.
6 sizes Ri 3 899\ 88 Profits from the sale will be used on
1 STPGAS WEB & ALUMINUM projects to benefit the community and
G. aa c.eMnTREATMENT support 4Hers.Make .
[ LAWN FURNITURE plans toadd beauty and valueto

HAITIAN tmaf C Addtoyourtank Colorful webbing on lightweight'aluminum your property' as well as support
BASKETS KORDITETRASH %jB Improve'perfor-- frame Chaise hasadlustable 4-H PLANT A TREE.
M .
Woven., banana palm baskets BAGS *f jg 1.ooce.8.oz.Reg.Rei back. Both fold for ,
storage Lunch Menu-Jan. 21-25
t 95 Pack of 30, 13-gal. CHAIR CHAISE Bradford County Middle

Feg v 95'2'8 4=' Ion ties.kitchen Reg. 2.29Limit bags & II LIQUID PAPER 8 8 8 ., School. Vo-Tech School

10" 388 i 1 .Doz.correction 88 and all plem.;: Schools
495 lIuld Handy for 0
PPi 1:1: ,. v88 69. office or home UCUID 11.99 Reg. 19 99 Monday, Jan. 21: Beef-Vegetable

4's=s 95 1'S'i &IS,. Reg 1.10 PBPERLAeg soup saltines, peanut butter & jelly'

588 sandwich, applesauce milk.
6 9& Tuesday,Jan. ,22: Macaroni &.cheese,
OPTICAL'S THRU SAT.JAN. 19 cup biscuit &. peanut butter milk.
._ : e Wednesday Jan. 23 i Fried chicken,
UKIIIO coFFEE SHOPS ARE LOCATED IN f TOM WITH THIS OMIOL. M The.first. pair to a great value.. + ,,9 A.M. till P.M. mashed potatoes & gravy, buttered
"\ green peas peach crisp, hot rolls,
0CJOrE! ; L.JwLJWI! !1 I IIfi1lC Now save 25 more on any 'SUNDAY milk..
/ I
10 A.M. til 7 P.M. Thursday. Jan. 24: Baby lima beans
fJII1P: (] WB( IB WUB!:( second pair.QM SHOPEA"LYIOMI. w/ham spiced ham sandwich, cabbage
my Mcond e.votEokereOptical' giUMi In..e'o._and(*r you seer II tnt unit lime....h.he
.prescription. WEIIESE"VETHIIIIOHT Friday. Jan. 25: Spaghetti .w/mea
831 W.Madison Starke. Fla., TO LIMIT QUANT TIES.I sauce, cheese stix tossed salad apple

'mmt crisp, hot rolls, milk.January ,

Yva)$ '.

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MA TELEGRAPII January 17. 1930

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Starke. Florida 33091 Copies are availabla at TO: FAIRFAX FAMILY LgIs Plan to provide that tioning and the reroofingof the Contract Agreement, Inc.. Post Office 'Box
and ether required certificates 3407. Tollaha.....
lands classified the Jenkins Center
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 9049648168. l/102tchg the Bradford County FUND. INC., a corporation currently and the
return Florida 32303.TELEPHONE.
Rural' Residential and located at Florida and
PROBATE 1/17. library Stark., Florida. Principal place of
File NO. ALBERT L. CROSBY business Unknown along said Souther/! designated by the planas Pine. signed documents withinten : (904)' '
79.79.CP.DIVISION JR.. Secretary Planning 'YOU ARE NOTIFIED bo..ndaryTh.... Hun Yellow, be This project Is to'' be ((10) days after the 222.0334. AppropriationNo.
NOTICE OFINTEN.ON dred Twenty-one and Mobile financed totally by a data of their receipt DC7897.
In ESTATE OF and Zoning Commission. that .an action ta. reclassified/ to
r.: .four Hundredths federal from the The Contractor shall CONTRACT AWARD: '
12/27 4tchg 117.INVITATION. foreclose the propertyon Thirty Home and designatedBrown grant
TO REGISTER the 'following proper (321.34)) feet to point of the property of Department of Housing begin work 'within tan The contract will b.
FICTITIOUS ty In Bradford County beginning. EVAN W. HODGES and and Urban .Development (10)) days after the date awarded by the Executive
NAME Florida; hoe been filed against RUBY HODGES his wife, and shall be referred to of written notice from Director Department
ADWIMISTRATIONThe odministrotion of TO BID A parcel of land lyingIn you and MALACHI described .ai follows: as MUD Project the City to begin work. of General Services
Pursuant to Section the Northeast QuarterNE JENKINS AND OLA MAE LOTS Three ((3)) Four B-79-DN-I3-020B. The time of completion. .
CROWSON the ..101. of deceased CLAUDE 8&3.09. Florida Statute, Th. Bradford County ( '/ ) .of Northeast JENKINS his wife and ((4)), Nine (9)), Ten ((10)) of Bidders roust comply hall be 60 calendar days Itchg 1/17.

Fll. Number 79-79-CP it notice ll hereby glv.n Board of County Com- Quarter ((111E '/. ) of you .ore required to Block Twenty ((20)) 'In with the President's ...- after the expiration date
that the undersigned mlsiioner will receive Southwest Quarter nerve a copy of your Town of Word City. Section tcullv.OrderNo..11246and of the aforementionedten NOTICEOF
ponding In the CircuitCourt John E. Glover, 150 W. bids until 10'OO AM., (SW'of) Section written defenses If any Eight, Township'Seven 11379 which prohibit ((10)) days notice.
for Bradford' Coun
Coll St. Starke, Fla. Monday, February 4, Twenty-flva ((25), to It on LAWRENCE J. South Range :2O- discrimination ,In Plane Specifications, SHERIFF'S SALE
ty. Florida. Probalo Division 32091 doing business !I960, for their group BERNARD. ESQUIRE East with all employment regardingrace and other Contract
South together
I". address of Township Five ((5)) : Notice Is hereby giventhat
under .the firm name of health and life Insurance the creed color Documents or. on file
Range Twenty-two (22) plaintiff attorney, and singular sex or I
which if Bradford County. obtained Dolph E. Reddish,
and be at
"JOHN E. GLOVER REAL program. Proposals East Bradford County whose address Is 1001 tenement national origin per may sheriff of
as BrodlordCaun'I.
Courthouse Stark.
ESTATE". 150 W. Call St. should Include at. a Florida: said parcel being Blackstone .. hereditaments .and 'appurtenances Federal requirements.Bidders City Hall, Community
Florida, under
Florida 1301.' The
name Florida
minimum the following: Development office,
Starke. Fla.. 32091 Intends more particularly Jacksonville, thereto must. comply and
and address of the Personal by virtue of Writ of
to register said fictitious 1 The existing described a* follow: 32202: 904/632-2010' on belonging.You with Title VI of the Civil Starke. Florida. Execution, ta-wlt
Representativeand name under the coverage the county now Commence at the Northwest or before February IS are further given Rights Act of 1964. the CITY COUNCIL OF THE Execution Issued
off the P.rsonolR.pr.s.ntotivis out
provisions of aforesaid has. which Includes corner of said 1980, and file the NOTICE that a copy of Davis-Bacon Act, and the CITY OF STARKE of Circuit Court of
attorney totute.. maternity benefit and Northeast Quarter original with the clerk of aid proposed ORDINANCE Anfl-Kickback Act and FLORIDA. Itchg 117.ADVERTISEMENT. Alachua.
set forth County. Florida
ere John E. Glover, J5.0OO life insurance. (NE'of' ) NoVtheost this Court either before is available for the Contract Work Hours
below, pursuant to a Final
All Interested owner.Dated. 2. Comprehensiveplan Quarter (NE'-/. ) of service on plaintiff's attorney your Inspection at the Standards Act. Judgement for Lake
are required to fil persons. with this 37th day of 80/20 conin- Southwest Quarter or Immediately Office of .the Town Clerk Bidder must certifythat FOR Area Slate Bank and

th. court WITHIN THREE December. A.D. 1979 In suronce coverage plus (SW/). and run South thereafter: otherwise a Town Hall Brooker they do not. and will BIDS against Bob L. Cooper,
MONTHS FROM THE Bradford County. 12/27 $3.000 life insurance. Zero ((0)) degrees and default will be entered Florida. not. maintain or providefor STATE OF FLORIDA defendant In the

DATE OF THE FIRST 4tpd' 1/17. should b. the of One (01) minute East against you for the relief Each and every person their employees any DEPARTMENT; OF amount of $ ,' .68together
PUBLICATION OF THIS duty along the Westerly boundary demanded In the complaint having any Interest facilities that are GENERAL SERVICES. with costs of
NOTICE, ((1)) All claims the successful bidder to thereof Thr. ((3)) or petition. whatever In the enactment segregated on a basis of DIVISION OF BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION collection.
against the estate and PUBLIC NOTICE ch.ck the schedules of feet to an Iron pipehereinafter WITNESS my hand and of this' propo..dORDINANCE race, color creed or national AND Have selled and have
Notice Is hereby given existing coverage whichis ( referred 10'o. the seal of this Court on should appear origin per Federal PROPERTY MANAGE In .
((2)) objection by an my possession the
Interested any to that the City of Starke on file with the Clerk IP) located on the Gilbert, S, Brown As and be heard attire requirements. MENT. following described

whom notice person was mailed, Planning and Zoning to Bradford County. Southerly boundary of Clerk, of the Court, By time and place prescrib Bidder must comply PROJECTIm: properly to-wit personal :
that the Commission thedesignated Board of County Commissioners the right' of way of a /s/Beulah M. Moody A.Dp"lCI..k.IIIO..tchg. with the applicable wegedetermination provements to the
challenges at the Brad ed.TOWN 1969 Mercury 2 dr ID
local plannIng from the
rood for COUNCIL Collection
graded County Sanitary
ol tha will
validity No. .9H
ford Courthouse.Gilbert I5HS152 19
of the agency for The Cityof County point off beginning, From 1/31. TOWN OF BROOKER Deportment of Labor. System. FSP/UCI Com
qualifications 'personal Stark., Fla., pursuantto /./ S. Brown point ol beginning thus FLORIDA. Proposals shall be pl... 1967 Ford Truck ID No.
representative, of Chapter 163 Florida Clerk to the Board 1/10 described continue "pd 1/17. delivered to City Hall For: Department of' F75FUAB6045.

venue'''court.or. |jurisdiction Statues, will hold a 2tchg 1117.NOTICE South Z.ro (0)) degree NOTICE OF APPLICATION Starke, Florida 32091. in Corrections Section 21, Township 6

ALL CLAIMS. AND OB- public hearing to receive and One ((01)) minute FOR AMENDMENTOF a sealed envelope' QUALIFICATION: All. South Range 22 East
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED comments on the Comprehensive East, along sold Westerly LAND USE PLAN CITY' OF marked "Proposal for bidders must submit pre, Commence at the Northeast ,
WILL BE FOREVER BAR Plan for the UNDER FICTITIOUS boundary One Hundred TOWN OF BROOKER STARKE FLORIDA Jenkins Center Renova ajuallficatlon data of corner of Section,
RED City of Starke. Stork. NAME LAW Nineteen and Thirteen FLORIDA.An JENKINS CENTER tion", either by a their eligibility submit. South 31 degrees West

Date of the tintpublication Florida on the 17th day NOTICE IS HEREBY Hundredths ((119.13)) feet ORDINANCE amending RENOVATIONINVITATION representative of the proposals flv. ((5)) calendar 950' feet to Center'of
of thus Noticeof of Jan. 1980 at 7:30p.m.: GIVEN that the undersigned to''an IP located on the the ComprehensiveLand Bidder who shall obtaina days prior to the bid Railroad and Center of

Administration: In the City Commission desiring to Easterly' boundary off the Use Plan Element TO BIDDERS receipt therefore, .or byregistered opening date If not Center Street, North 72

January 10, 1980. Room. Stark. City Hall In engage in business right off way of State and map by Breaker, mall with previously qualified by degrees West on C.nt.rSt..t
s Jimmy AAolton Storke, Florida. Copiesof under the fictitious, name Road 229-: thence North Florida. In accordancewith Notice Is hereby given return receipt re- .the Division for the currant 1054.6 feet South
Bowen Personal the Comprehensive ol' PASTRY SHOP at 138E. Eighty ((80)) degrees and the local Government that the City of Starke. quested.The fiscal year (July 1 16 degrees West 375 feet

Representative, Plan ore available for Call Street Storke. Eighteen ((18)) minutes Comprehensive Florida will receive City reserves the ,thru Jun. 30)). for Point of Beginning
PIERCE S HARDY public Inspection and Florida Intend to East On. Hundred Fifty Planning Act of 1975 as sealed bid In the City right to require the successful Sealed bids will be Continue South 16

P.A review at the Planningand register the said name (ISO) feet to an IP: provided for in Chapter Council Chambers City Bidder to file pro. received publicly. opened degrees West 180 feet
BY i George H Pierce Zoning Off ic.. City with the Clerk of the Circuit thence South Zero ((0)) 163 of the Florida Hall. Starke, Florida. of of his ability to properly and read aloud on: North 72 degrees E 193

Post Office Drawer 1030 Hall. Starke. Florida. Court of Bradford degrees and One ((01)) Statutes.TO 32091. until 500 o'clock finance and execute DATE AND TIME : feet North 16 degrees
County Florida. minute East. Sixty-five : All Citizens Taxpayers on the 31st day of the project| February 14, 1980. 2p.m. East 180 feet South 72
Owners, Bernard F. (65)) feet to an IP: thence and other interested January 1980 for the together with hit recordof EST degrees East 193 feet to

I Hulfington, Joanna M. North Eighty.nine ((89)) persons:: renovation of the successful' completionof PLACE: Conference Point of Beginning.As .

Huffington and degrees .and Thirty-four You and each of you Jenkins Center. Then all similar projects. Th. Room Union Correctional the property of the
Christine Marie Huff (34)) minutes East, On. are hereby and herewith bids will be publicly City reserves .the right to Institution above named defendantand
(Slauer ISealtu t 1/104tchg. 131.In opened read aloud and
ington. Hundred Seventythreeand given notice In accordance waive Informalities in Raiford. Florida. that on Monday the

1 SO W. Call St. Forty-nine Hundredth with Florida recorded.The any bid and to reject) any PROPOSAL: Bids must llth day of February,
.- ((173.49). ) feet to an IP: Statutes that the Town abova construction or all bids, or reodver- be submitted In full In accordance 1980 at one o'clock on

.. Starke th. Circuit Court of thence North Zero ((0)) Council of Breaker will located In the tise. Award will be madeto with the requirements said day on the premisesof .
Florida will conduct a Northeast area of the City > the lowest and best
964-5527 Bradford County, degrees and One (01)) of the drawings the Bradford County
Florida. Case No. minute West On. Hun public hearing at a of Starke, Florida in responsible bidder thatIs specifications, bidding Jail. I will offer for sale
Special 79-59..CA. dred Fifty-nine and regular meeting held at particular Intersectionof responsive to the Invitation and contractual, and sell to the highest
TUCKER BROS. INC.. a Eighty-nine Hundredths, 7:30: p.m. at Town Hall Pine Street and and It most advantageous condition which may be bidder for cash in hand
On. city block In downtown Stark., just waiting Florida corporation, ((159.89)) ,feet to on IP Brooker Florida on Florida Street. to the City of examined and obtained the above described property -
for the right businsss. Great opportunity for Plaintiff vs MALACHI located on Southerly" February 19. 1980. and This project consists of Storke. price and other from the of said defendant

downtown mall. JENKINS at ...., et al.,. boundary aforesaid: will consider an Ordinance replacing electrical wiring loc'9r Included. The to satisfy the aforesaid,
Defendants( ). thence South Eighty-nine relating to: windows and doors, successful Bidder to ARCHITECTENGINEER Execution.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY NOTICEOF ((89)) degrees and Thirty- Amend .the Comprehensive flooring the Installationof whom the Contract' has : William M. Bishop Dolph E. Reddish..

1 warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned, offices Great ACTION four ((34)) minutes West Land Use heating and air condi been awarded shall sign Consulting Engineers, Sheriff Bradford County

location Florida. I 17 4tchg. 2,7.

I Tackle and Bait' business large inventory

1 large warehouse. approx 6,000 sq ft Needs roof and -

repairs Has floor and standing, walls. $41,000

Incom.Property Will Pay For Itself r'Ralph Bryan Real Estate -

2 Trailer Pork.I .. '

trailer park 11 trailers, Approx. 6 acres. F.nc.d,

$68,000. "'-' ffi o
.I trailer park. 11 trailers, 2 BR 'frame house, barn approx. C'7 ESTATE ) _

33 acres, fenced pastureland. $113.000 LARGE
down payment. Owner will, finance, balance.

I small apartment complex. Handyman special I 14. rental Ii PARDON US ":

units, possibly, 5. S34. .9OO. ,
1 small frame house, 12500. WHILE WE MOVE 'J C ru/itk ar

I large frame house. Needs repairs Residents or 4" apartments TO OUR NEW LOCATION .

((4 BR. 4. BA), $51,500.
I 2 BR frame houss. Apartment on side Zoned cornmer Ii DOWNTOWN ; +

cal, 528500. '
310 W. Call Str..f

e W.Handl.R.nta/ Cor. U.S. 301 Call Sf. .. Ads./ PHONE 964.7776

Please call us to list your properly FAULKNER T3 CECILIA

John E. Glower I (Dlrectlllacroo'ramW..ter.Allia 364-5065 TIRWIIUOAR 205 N. Temple. Starke :. .
leg Real Estate Brok.rLu I formerly IheMcKlnney home) REALTY BringResults


I Effective Monday, Ja... 21st. Stop by and visit us at
Green Sanders Associate
V our new addr....
2305 N. Temple Ave.

_M.a..llrno.BII.ln..u."ol. .'HA.VA&Canv.FlnonelngAv.II.IoI. flOLDREDUCED 'IT !

r LOWER INTEREST FINANCING. Will It AVAILABLE 3... 1B. 3 acres w/nlce fIsh pond. $]S,900. '''for* you watt another dollar on ,rent com 'In and

SOON FOR A LIMITED TIME. CHOOSE YOUR PLANS AND Itrf UK hew you how te buy for I... money than you
.fJf. LOT NOW-.Wf HAVE OVER 100 BUILDING SITES INCLUDING 3 BR I'/i .. Mobile home en 3 ecres. $11 ....... throw eway a. .nt.....
Broker :
f INCOME PROPERTY 393 Temple Avenue
STARKE : COMMERCIAL No down payrnt/VA 3 bedroom 2 bath now
301 North Lawt.y St. Lot with building t chain link
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Lady Indians Drum: Dnnnellon Twice ,: Gym

! ,foX ep- 4 Game'Winning Streak On "'. Ie"II. Buddy logs- Will Get, :

Indiana O..IMa M.d- a..N.a a,awahr--". period, but a 16-6 edge I
.Keystone's Lady swamped ,
I ,'"rt&unnellon twice last week to keep ap ,v..a KIV s.TOMI-SMti ..fllt.1..wooed......,._f. gave them a It point halftime bulge I J.. f Facelift _
...,, .. that kept getting;bigger"That'i such
i tote game winning streak goingand Will** I Win.I.7 SnMl II tawto 'HMMIi
,ride there... .
a long over w Just
Editor i
of wins in
protect a string .six Sports
started out. slow.xBut
once we got
;i seven outings. Keystone 49 DunnellCMtZOFrldsy
I 'htThe\ KHHS.girls, now 8-3,' start a night's romp oven! the Lady warm problem and" Boatwright aintracked declared.there was"We no .........................
three home stand with Baldwin'i
game in
Tigers Dunnellon showcased one
better team Mil... it In-i
played ,
we got "
i J coming to town tonight, Thursday, ,Keystone Heights star but everybody) side." Inside to Norwood that UK And Violet County High basketball coach David Rocs was more than happy to
j Jan. 17.They host GHS Monday night r :scored. Senior Sandra Norwood KHHS held the Lady Tigers to a "' report that the Tiger's gym will be getting a complete facelift: once this season''
I ,( Jan. 21, and welcome Hilliard Thurs11 pumped In 26 points and hauled down measly seven field goals. completed.: Everything will be repainted tile beams walls, etc., and even the
, \i day Jan. 24.:Keystone has beaten all F" 12 rebounds against the outmanned. Tern Moore, Betsy Boatwright and ,'lobby will be redone. Emphasis now will be on gold rattler that purple which ROM
1 ,three of those, teams so the streak Mfl hosts. Karen Smith were the only Keystone, said darkens the gym.The sprucing up of the gym leads to another Ross plan-en
could continue. r Norwood, finally hiking her season girls besides Norwood to hit more the drawing board is a four team Christmas Tournament in Lake Butler next
scoring average Into the 20 point per than one bucket, all finishing with year Ross said. s
Keystone 49 Dunnellon 25 game range alter an early season injury four points. Beth Walrath claimed 12
I "We played real well with the exception played most of the way while boards like Norwood as KHHS They Tell Me...
I of, the third quarter, coach Kathy Boatwrlght dominated the glass. KeYltone'Recreation Allloclation Is going full tilt to get greater participation
j everybody bustled KHHS coach tBoard played revolving doors with tile rest Keystone 6 It 12 l' 4Dunnollon in their youth baseball program which has been expanded to Inclllde leagues for
Kathy Boatwright beamed after the of her squad. 2. 2 l t 20 age brackets 8-10, 11-12, 13-14, and 15-17 under the Dixie Tooth Inc. chart r.
second win over Dunnellon Tuesday "Everybody got to play which was ."'''ONIo. N.n ..4 ........ a.wwd0d 1M, .. Registration Is under way now (see related story). As In all youth organizations
night at home. "We were hustling and fantastic," a happy Boatwright said. (tab.**>.....WIlKMi..|.|,.Whntar ,.....SnMl 1-*.4. participation by the parents is important. One thing the KRA sorely needs is umpires
were very agressive tonight. ... "Everybody scored for us." S Pnriw VtmtHH. I-H frB.I.DUHNIUON.._. 4-| |,_l4,*m*I-4-1, so get involved if you yearn to call balls and strikes.... :
Agresslve's not the word for it, there The Lady Indians started In a ..kMM 4,l.ium 1. MmM I.M.nlS ...Bradford High School' Football Banquet has been set for Thursday night,
just weren't too many whistles out crawl, leading only 6-2 after one ."-1'-a. Jan. 31, 7 p.m. at the Starke Elementary Cafeteria..... :
there." As Boatwright noted the t i I ...8 YKle Perry, the former Union Co. High/ cage and football star, hit his tint
referees let 'em play: Tuesday. four shots from downtown and a team-high 16 points In Daytona Beach Community
College's 88-81 win over Santa Fe CC last week..... ::
KHHS led 11-3 after one'period and RebuildingWeightlifteri' Bradford The first two athletic honor boards are up In the Keystone Heights High gytnand
30-15( at halftime. Even though Boat- they add some class. The boards, a booster club project,cite Mickey Sibley
f. wright wasn't pleased with the third for her state class 2A 880 yard run record (12:23.8)) and national water ski chanlp.
stanza, KHHS won it 11-4 to take a Karen Crosier with nearly life-size pictures of both girls..... :
I 41-19 lead into the final quarter. s Underway ...The list of Florida football signees Include small school scholarship winners
"M Sandra Norwood hit 16 points and Lacy Anderson of Chiefland (with national I-AA champ Eastern Kentucky),and
, \," grabbed nine rebounds to pace the The 1980 season for the Bradford Hawthorne Wednesday,Jan. 23. Melvin Simmons (Georgia) and Keith Daniels (Vanderbilt) of Willlston. All I
: ,! fi winners with Ann Smith chipping In 12 High weightlifting team could be a The young Tornadoes will have three offensive backs played against Union Co. High and Keystone Heights High
1 Est points and boards Boatwrlght topping Leader long one for first year coach Carlton senior Tod Samons at 114 pounds this season. :
, KHHS on the with a 12 collections Faulk since only one bona fide state along with Craig Sapp (Fr.). At 123 ...Dunnellon, the team that ripped Keystone twice last week to go to 8-1,18 onlyin
: and adding eight points. Beth Senior center Betsy Boatwrlght meet caliber lifter returns from last will be Bobby Martin (Jr.) and Danny the receiving votes category of the state sportswriters poll. If they're not one
I .Walrath had eight rebounds. cleared 12 rebounds In the Lady.. year's team that captured a fifth Nugent (Sr.K) The 148 pound class of the toughest 2A teams In Florida I'll take back all the bad things I've said
DunMllon 3 12 4" 6 21 dians home court win over Dunnellon place finish in the state meet. will anchored by James YeomansSo. about John Lots.... :J
I Kyrton. 11 It 11 6 4* Tuesday. ( .). ...Speaking of ratings Green Cove Clay is sixth and Bishop Kenny seventh 3A
! Lin Davis returns from last year'steam The 165 pound class will be one of this week with Eastside St. Augustine, and GHS receiving votes. P.K. Yonge Is
I as a 132 pounder and Coach the Tornadoes strongest with two fifth, Newberry sixth, and Baldwin seventh in 2A. In girls rankings PKY Is still
Faulk were"he is a contender for returning seniors and one junior. The second with Newberry fourth.West Nassau fifth, and Chiefland sixth In 2A while
: =--- state, last year he captured a seniors are John Bennett and Jay Buchholz and Bishop Kenny get votes In 3A..... :
Section B second place at 123 with a total lift of Griffis and the junior is Mike Jordan. After watching Titusville Astronaut (no. 1 in 3A and 14-1) rip Eastside Friday
440 pounds. Two years ago Davis won Danny Hildebran (Sr.) and Eric night In Gainesville I'll say the War Eagles are an unselfish, well-coached: and
f the state with a 380 total lift in the 114pound Carroll (Jr.) hold down the spots in Inexperienced bunch, but they don't have the talent of 4A powers like Lakeland
i (Drn'il ( class. In last year's state meet the 181 pound class with help from) or Daytona Mainland and don't rank with Ocala Vanguard's 3A state champs
It took a 480 total to win in Davis' new Kicky Griffis (Jr.). the past two years..... 5
132 pound weight class. Frank Swindell (Jr.) will lift at 19S ...Isn't the Super Bowl getting less buildup and fanfare than usual? With the{
The Tornadoes will be without the and Allen Scott (Sr.) will be the Tor- Rams being such poor bets against the almighty Stealers you can't find an argument
SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH UNION services of two state meet scorers this nado in the heavyweight division. over who'll win Super Bowl XIV. ;
year as seniors Timmy Jones and Coach Faulk Samons.Mar.
I January 17,1980 Randy Thompson will not return to tin, Davis, and Scott to have shots at .
the squad. In last year's state meet, the state meet.
'" division i
Jones took fifth In the 165
with a 540 total and Thompson 1980 BUS Weightlifting Scheduleall On
garnered a second place finish in the ( meets start at Z:4S: p.m.) IRE TapThey're .
Ii 198 class with 595 total. Jan. 9 at GalnervllleJan.
Although the Tornado lifters got off ( 16 Palatka and Santa Jan-
billing it as the best basketball Friday and Saturday nights
II (Jan. 23 at Hawthorne
to a good start with convincing preseason
win over the Hawthorne ,Jan. 30 VanguardFeb. you can see in the area as well as 18-19, includes the four semi-pro;
6 at Buchfcola a battle for Bradford County bragging teams in the county, namely the:
Hornets, 41-17, December 27, they
Gainesville Feb. 13 Baldwin rights. It's the CCBC Pack Four semi- Lawtey Sonics The Oldtimers, the;!
cold the
Calendar were stopped by basketball Tournament at the Falcons, and the Hawks. -
Sports Feb. 20 North Marlon pro
Hurricanes, 48-28, Wednesday,
KJE gymnasium in Starke this Games start at 8 p.m. both nights at:
Feb. Baldwin
January 9, In Gainesville. They were
weekend the Reno There will be an admission -
to meet Palatka and Santa Fe at Mar. 6 District
The CCBC Pack Four Tournament, charge.
, and visit State Meet
home Wednesday, 'Biar.15 '
Thursday, Jan. 17- '
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B 1-1 Week Leaves Baby Tigers 6-4 |

The Baby Tigers woo one and tort points and eight rebounds ha his best Even so, Union's Jayvees stayed
one in basketball action list week but night of the season Lonnie Griffin close all the way. After trailing 30-23
coach David a-'l'NctiCJDaftereecb topped Union with IS points and Curt after what Ross said was "a terrible
was the same be was demons mt for 12 and bad eight rebounds second quarter" they outscored the
Cn but tile ... sophomore triggered hosts 1S-S in the third period to tie the
The game against Wtniston was only nine shots, hitting the count -39. With Just over a minute
the went fame we've played" ROBS target six t nee. "We Just didn't get left and WiUiston up by three the
said after Friday night's Cl-57 toss. Cart the ball inside enough" Ross pressing Tigers were called for a
And after Monday afternoon's M-48 ........ Curtis Smith added 11 points. technical foula player being too
win Oft MaccJenny: realty don't In the third period UCHS built the close to the end line as Williston triedto
see bow we ever won that basketballgame. margin up to IS points at one point Inbound the ball- and that sewedup
Z .. .We Just aren't getting the ball before Macclenny staged com- the Baby 'Devil win.
inside like we were carter in the eback.We were on the verge or "We didn't look to get the ball inside
season and we're turning the ball blowing them out but we started turning we had only four assists for the
** whole ," Ross started sternly as
over. the ball over and they chipped
The Baby Tigers, now *-4. get the away at it."The hosts pulled to within he reeled off a list of basketball
chance to get back on their coach's two before Union held on for the win. dont's. "We had 13 turnovers... our
good side Friday night,Jan.Is,with a The only thing that saved it for us starting guards took 32 shots and
.:30 pm. boniecourt meeting with was our man-to-man. press," Ross made just eight. We Just weren't pa-
.' Ouefiand and take on Newberry on said. tient... we pled poor defense, and
the road Tuesday night They have ....... I* 12 It U: U we didn't press well.
\:, beaten both teams earlier bathe year. aafodo.ay 11 II 17 41WUHston "We were looking around and if
Ale _' _"'"--t._"_._u._ somebody wasn't open right then
rv Union Co. 54 Macclenny 48 ..... 9-.i. ...a 9166-..0,_4.1._ we'd let it fly.We've got to play better
a.r..I..woo.wr have to shuffle the
ball. I
team may
It wasn't an artistic success by any -w.lr n w..w9a..-a,
means but it was a win. _9-.r..a. lineup a little bit.
with intensi.
"One guy played
"Look at this... we shot:X percent "
Ross add.
<1 Union Co. 57 ty, that was Wally Dilas.
from the field (21 of 78),we shot just UCHS in both
ed.Dilas topped scoring
percent 1 from the line (IU of 26),we "This was the poorest game I've with 19 points and 11
and rebounding
had Just two assists the whole game, seen the JV play. The game plan was rebounds with Curtis Smith adding a
we had 26 personal fouls and three to get the ball inside but we didn't
/ and eight boards and
first learners foul out, and we had 19 ever do it," groaned UCHS coach dozen points off
Robertson picking 10
/ turnovers. I don't see bow we won it," David Ross after Williston droppedthe Tommy
Ross said in disbelief. "I'd.bate to see Baby Tigers for the second time caroms. .
II' U M aWlllliron
their statistics." this season Friday night Jan 11. "We .
14 1* 9 22 61
A 19-$ third quarter bulge and the Just didn't do much of anything well." ..

Challenging the 'Canes reserve work of freshman Woody Ed- Ross added saying the Baby Tigers OHHM UMONCO..Y..a-4. mk .I..D. I_ .. ..
wards pushed the Baby Tigers pasta didn't shoot well, didn't play good _2.wwsrois.,
Baby Tornado Chuck M ilI lm.. number 21. "challenges Also pictured from left to right b Bradford's Ben 23-12 halftime deadlock and to the vic team defense! and weren't patient .9-.n.is._a, M.eid.. _
inbound pass by Gainesville High's JV in Tuetdaj's loci. Tankard. Todd Jackson and Emmett Watkun. tory. Edwards finished with eight and workmanlike on offense. ..._..M.. M,w.i..11 _._ 1.

I Baby Tornadoes Come Up With First 2 Victories of YearThe I

Bradford Jayvee basketballteam Tuesday January 14, in the BHS Gainesville 58 Bradford 40 BUS 35 Live Oak 29 basket as the buzzer sounded to end Bradford 37 N. Marion 35

finally broke into the win column gym. The Baby Tornadoes ran into the Stubbornly clinging to a four point the first period. The Bradford High Jayvee basketball
with a bang winning their first The next action for the Baby Tor. GHS Hurricanes, Tuesday Jan. 15 in lead and getting clutch free throw Two baskets: by Jackson and two team won their first game of the
two games of the season against nadoes will be Friday Jan. 18. in the BHS gym and came away feelingthe shooting by Todd Jackson the Bradford free throws by Keith_ kept BHS season with a victory over the North
North Marion. Tuesday Jan. 8 and Jacksonville against the :Belles full fury of the Hurricanes, as High Junior varsity eager won within two, 12-14. at the half. LO went Marion Colts in Sparr, Tuesday
Live Oak Friday Jan. 11. Both School, then on Saturday BHS faces CHS. behind Veroell Brown's 22 their second straight game in Live for a final shot at the buzzer but BHS January 8.
games were road contests. the Panthers of Palatka in the BHS points,stopped the Baby Tornado win Oak last Friday night Jan. L2, going pinned down the ball handler and the The Baby Tornadoes Jumped out to
The Tornado streak was stopped at gym and end the week with a Tuesday streak at two games.! 35-29 by the Baby Bulldogs. maneuver failed. a!9-8 lead at the end of the first period
two by the Gainesville Hurmcanes.a. night battle with Clay High, alsoat Bradford fell behind 17.. after the Jackson hit a one-and-one combination BHS scored three quick baskets, by and held on to that one point lead until
the Baby Hurricanes downed BHS. home. first stanza, and were behind by 12 at to put BHS up four 3028. with Eddie Winkler Watkins and Winkler ha If time.
halftime. 4:04 to go. Live Oak's S. McMillansneaked again on a fastbreak feed from The Colts came back and tied the
The Baby Tornadoes closed the gap in the back side for a layupto Jackson early in the third period to contest at 30-30 going into the final
to 10 on a turnaround Jumper by cut that lead to 30-28 with 3:5Cl1eft. take an 18-16 lead. stanza.
Grand Ole Opry Star Chuck Williams with 4:24 to go in the When McMilan tried the ploy a second LO tied at 18.but BHS's Watkins hit The Tornadoes paced by a balanced -
third quarter, but never came any time Bradford's Scott Hudson twice,a 25 footer and then from about scoring attack with Emmett
closer to the talented Hurricanes.A prevented him from making a second six feet, to put BHS back up 2218. Watkins leading the way with nine
:. Nat Stuckey big reason the Baby Tornadoes sleeper but drew a foul. McMillan hit BHS led 26-22 going into the fourth points and Todd Jackson adding
were unable to stay with the Hurricanes the front end of the one-and-one. but period. eight came back and outscored the
Friday Night Jan. 18 was their cold shooting. BHS missed the second, leaving LO down The Baby Tornadoes hit just 4 of 23 Colts 7-5 in the final period to win the
hit 24 percent of their field goals and 3029. field goals percent, the first half. tight contest by a margin of two
only 37 percent of their free throws. Emmett Watkins then bit the front They improved the second half, hitting points.Watkins.
-- $600 Per Person Todd Jackson led the Tornadoeswith end of a one-and-one with 1:39 to go 10 of 29 shots, or 34 percent, for a also led the Tornadoes with
= 16 points and was backed by Ben putting BHS back up by two, 31-29. 28 percent game average.Jackson led eight rebounds and Ben Tankard added -
For Reservations Call Tankard who had nine rebounds to go Under a LO press Hudson was fouled with 10 points Tankard had 1 9. seven points to the Tornado cause.

along with his seven points. with 1:22 left He missed but BHS's Bradford a 4 1. .. M Bradford 9 13 8 7 37
i 496-3915 Gainesville 17 I 13 II 58 Watkins rebounded and then threw
Live 0.1& o 4 e7 2V North Marion 8 13 8 5 35
Bradford 6 a It 16 4$ the ball to Live Oak on his way down
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i .Crossroads 0-494. ,..N914L 1/-/ ...-.. chances Prep Baseball Umpires Neededgames
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::;... ....-' '.. .... ti Hit ....,. MI.>r a.... 5.bra.. BHS and was fouled with 25 seconds Hal Brady, head of the North Cen- or we'll tram them Brady
Hwy 100 121 Lake Butler, Fla. 1.6w,........._1..1. TOTALS.0.6406 remaining to play. Jackson bucketed tral Florida Umpires Association. is added.. know there are"guys who'dlike
out call for school to out there.
both free throws, putting BHS up putting a high umpire
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BHS broke it with a nifty Jackson to Gainesville but in places like Lake
Scott Hudson to Ben Tankard Butler Starke. and Keystone
fastbreak combination for the final Heights," Brady said this week. His
two points. association baseball
Live Oak also had free throws games in the area including those for
chances but was :3 for 10 from the our three achoob.Pe1'lOOl1nlerelted.
We Want To Introduce charity line. BHS hit 11 of 15 free would have to be
throws Jackson getting six of the 11. certified by the Florida High School MugsMust; Mugs: *
The Baby Tornado five refined to Activities Association at a cost of S9 On.rornf'r\onf'On.
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just keep going back and time on the clock Jackson completedher 1-6 IndiansDunnellon's
forth" sighed first-year Lady Tor- night with two free throws. Baby
nado coach Frieda Chewning. After Before Jackson started playing one ,.' ; ,I.
Monday night's 37-35 home-court loss against five the Lady Tornadoes had ,.:,. ''''
,,' to Santa Fe which was that close only more than their share of trouble with ,. 1,:. Baby Tigers, 3-2 dropped quarter the best period -for the
,,( because of a furious Hope Jackson-led 9-3 Santa Fe's press in gradually fall '. 2;'ij" the KHHS JV's 59-31 and 55-44 inbasketball Keystone boys.
pit j( fourth quarter comeback, Chewning ing behind. They trailed 9-4 after one 'J 'f. ,f '. -.t/:/ I.. action last week sinkingthe Sam Sibley hit 13 points for KHHS
,.,, was reflecting on another win one- period 13-8 at the half and 23-lt after "i1"', ".. I.jl Baby Indians to 1-6 with the twin with Bobby Strickland adding six
lose one week that left BHS 4-4 for the three quarters. BUS turned the ball "H wins. markers. _
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.,, season. Thursday night the Lady Tor- over 29 times on the night. 20(> times "They're just a good ballclub "They (Dunnellon) just playedAlsgood
nadoes sparkled In shelling they were called for walking.. Keystone coach Rich King said after game" said Keystone' coach. .
.: Gainesville High 62-42 in Starke. Jamett Easley hit from the lane just Dunnellon's second win Tuesday Rich Icing "They were hot."
BHS goes on the road to meet before fouling;out to make pull BHS to night in Keystone. "We held'em downa Keystone t 4 12 4-31
:v, Gainesville Eastside tonight, Thursh within 25-20 with 6:3J to go but Santa lot better tonight though. They blewus Dunnellon 14 14 IS 14 6*
i day,Jan. 17. at7:30: and visit Palatka Fe scored the next six: points to seem. \ out down there (the 51 -31 spread). HI..,IOM ....._ .. ......, I*:"Oawetl I,

Monday night, Jan. 21. Bradford ownsa ingly clinch the easy win. Hollls had We're getting a lot tougher. My first ..ialj.e'.......a.Young MM n... Carter 12. I..N.e7 l Ii' Rinse'.
35-34 win over Eastside and 59-36! six points and led the Lady Tornadoeswith impression of these guys (his squad) a.bN-..11-..Serrate ..
decision over Palatka this. year. 10) rebounds. Theresa Woody and was that they were doing a lot of
}: both had four pouting and getting wrapped up In the
Tracy Hankerson Keystone 61 Jax. Victory 59
Santa Fe 37 Bradford 35 and eight boards. 6-2 mistakes they made. I admit I'm the
points '
The Indians the visitors
: The Lady 'Tornadoes just started sophomore Felicia Black had 13 kind of coach that yells a lot and getson Baby stung
playing basketball too late Monday win their tail. Now they're not letting early with their offense and came up
points and 16 rebounds for the
with their first win of the Tuesday
season -
!5t: kind of bother them.
that thing
night running out of time just before ners.
they could make up an 11 point fourth Santa F. 4 10 14 S7 They're becoming a lot more intense night Jan. 7.
KHHS led 19-JO after one period and
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quarter deficit. Trailing 31-20 with Bradford 44 a 111 M and more competitive.
32-19 at halftime before Christian
4:01: left and playing poorly the Lady The KHHS JV's play again Saturday Victory
Gainesville pulled to within a point 40-30,
Tornadoes suddenly started a tur- Bradford 62: night in Hawthorne and visit
'"' naround. The Lady Tornadoes led from startto Baldwin Tuesday night. heading into the final period
Hope Jackson who had turned the finish in ripping GUS Thursday Keystone just held on over the final.
minutes to record the win. (
ball over nine times and.had just two night, Jan. 10, on BHS' home floor. Dunnellon 55 Keystone 44 eight
Bobby Strickland netted 18 to
points heading into the final quarter, Mae Hollis. Hope Jackson and Sam Sibley drilled in 20 points and lead the winners with Sam points ad-
took charge In the final minutes. Afte Janett Basely gunned Bradford to the unlike the first meeting between the and Prichard Sibley
ding 11, 9.
Mae Hollis hit two free throws and win, matching 16 point nights againstthe two teams the Baby Indians were inTuesday's Greg .
a then a driving layup after her own shellshocked visitors. BHS turned tussle most of the way. Victory Christian 10 20 20 6fKystone
steal to cut the margin to 35-26 a slim 10-15 lead into a 33-24 halftime They trailed by just 14-12 after one > If II 9 21 41
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'" Jackson hit nine points in the last gap and clinched the win by outscor- quarter and 3-22 at halftime before ..VICTORY-'....a. HMtef MererDeris*.Cck.IlKIVSTOMa 14.. Mnlle II. Ceu II
1:23: of the game, six: in the final 15 ing the Lady 'Canes 17-6 over the final falling behind 44-32 at the end of the eterenv. 4.IlilrmieO'J,HW.rtl.rklure' .
seconds. Her eight footer made it eight minutes. The win, which upped third quarter. e, arsenals 4, = ;' II.
37-31 with 15 seconds left. With 10 BHS to 4-3 on the year and dropped Dunnellon's Lindsey Chesteen led ff;>*"
'I ticks left she jetted down the lane and Gainesville to 2-8. avenged a 41-40 all scorers with 26 points. Brian ._.
jumped in a 12 footer to make it 37-33. defeat the Lady Hurricanes pinned on Gassett added 12 for KHHS. Andy Seminick, eads'Post Y
Finally she stole the ball and was foul-' the Bradford girls in Gainesville- in Dunnollon 14 12 IS II 85 202 Baseball Clinic
ed as the buzzer sounded. With no, the season opener.Jackson .. Keystone 12 10 10 12 44OUNN.ILON .
... Karar...........*, ChMlewi H.Kwmtfc *- 15 year major league veteran Andy
.rH.-{ I. llnwre a. VotMie)t Seminick, now a scout for the
NIVMONI"AeerM !.SIMy' M. rMcrwrtf 1.OMMf Phillies organization,
17. StrUklene a. Dumber..
will headline the teaching staff at,the

., Dunnellon 59 Keystone 31 Keystone Heights American Legion
Post 202 baseball clinic to be held in
';'" The Tigers came in red hot and February.The .
stung the Baby Indians 59-31 Friday two day clinic for youths and
The Referee Can't Watch night in Dunnellon. adult coaches is set for after school
t Dunnellon led 16-9 after one quarter Friday and all day Saturday,
Tnvjfriclal for Tuesday night's KIIHS-Dunnellon Jayvee game can't seem to and continued to build on that lead as February 15 and 16, at Keystone's
bear wmching a jump ball Involving Keystone leading scorer Sam Sibley the game wore on. It was 30-15 at McDavid Park. Cost for the two-day
number :76. halftime and 45-27 after the third
session Is for $15
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Registration for baseball and soft- from noon to 2 p.m. at McDavid Parkin corps. For more information on 591 Keystone Heights, Fla. 32650.:;II
ball in Keystone Heights is under way Keystone. the programs and umpiring call attending as a family list all names.
with a registration table set up for the Also the association is looking for Keystone Rec. Association presidentJohn For further information call Mac
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Lady Tornado>> Hope Jackson. number 23: put on a fourth quarter balHiandling
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I Bradford Bassmasters & Game Commission Build Brush Pile I

Bassmaster Tells the Story .

Earl Muse will be flipping those
by Nell Crawford "Spots"left and right,so you had better
.... ." ,Mf" "" not get too close to his boat.
Saturday, Jan. 13. Bradford
,, ", II> Baaimastert had a work day at the The Feb. monthly meeting will be
';. .. \. county LIttle Santa Fe Lake. held the 1st Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at
Mr.Pat Welch,, county landaurveyer, (the Outhouse Tackle Shop in Orange
sent Mr. Matthew Griffin out to Park.
survey the county landing lot. Mr.
1 Grlftts, with help from the We would like to extend a thank you
Bassmaster Club, located all cornersof to the Fishln Shack for their support
the property.Mr. during 1979. You have made our tour-

nsments. more exciting.. "Thank
Pat Welch would have been You.
M1r present, but be waa admitted to the
hospital Friday night,possible kidney Bass wishes
tones, virus. Pat was discharged Neil Crawford
from the hospital Monday, Jan. 14.
wi'I Pat says those stones your at-
tention. We hope Pat will 100 percent
In a few days. You can't keep a
good man down.
Mr.Dale Jones from Lake City with
Billy Smith revs up his chain saw as Danny Ray Lee (behind Smith) and
the Florida Game and Fish Commission
: Newspaper rolls for sale. Perfectfor
Charles Evans look on.
supervised the bulllling of a huge school kids to color on, or If you
San brush pile.The brush pile was built In
M:: are moving perfect packing
Little Lake Santa Fe on the west short material for dishes and things.

In two 150 yard wind rows perpen- Bradford County Telegraph, ill
1 ..; -!" sl,.r. s 1 titR dicular to each other with a marker in W. Call St., 904-6305. '
:; y.\
/; .' JIrr.!i .,' <..... the center.Mr.Jones,along with help
'= ,,01//: from a hosts of Bradford

:;. :- .'1. / Bassmasters built this brush pile
.', .- ..:.. r/ ,
'1. .. c.. k during the rain Saturday, Jan. 12.
-"."... >... '" rF4lw At 12 noon all bassmasters headedfor

3 Nell Crawford left) and Roy Bryant (Cof Roy's Restraunt) made sure the "Roy's Restaurant". Mr. Roy
Bryant had some fine chicken and
s chicken and rice was good. REAL ESTATE
: I j rice prepared. I don't think anyone
left hungry. Sure was some fine vit-

I| Tornado Grapplers ,', :.. I IV

We would like to extend a thank you DON TENNANT
to Mr. Pat Welch and Mr. Matthew
Griffls helping us locate the property SCHOOLOF
I Pinned Twice : corners to the county lot. Also REAL ESTATE
thank Mr. Maxie Carter Jr. and Mr.

.:':-"The BHS wrestling team took it on In jayvee action Johnny Powell E.W. Hodges for coming out to the a
the chin last week.losing two hard- continued to win with( a third round work day. We realize all the Commissioners Con Reese,
fought matches at the hands of the pin, and Mike McDuffie and Larry were unable to make it. We InstructorWill
Lake Weir Hurricanes and the Live Saucer also won for the Tornadoes, thank each and all who made this a
Oak Bulldogs. McDuffie getting a second round pin. r successful step toward making our Offer
w r 'rr
the Tornado matmen have two Vanity, ...._". '01.11.11(IW)followed P..w Mfl -+.: +c =a,ar kt i county a better place.We 14 Hour Post Licensing Course
... ... ...._ .., ... _.
107.0. (c. ) fee. II (IMS) have tots of work ahead of us
notches scheduled this week. They d.... ....,.. IFOs m._(uts)...... Ol.dt ..-, Bret Smith and Game Warden Date Jones haul brush to the middle of Little before the I February a 10. WO
idle on Jacksonville Espiscopal ....,_..(C..I-) .r..w(C'WI)_.not...... Santa Fe Lake.Photos we complete landing.
tonight(Jan. 17)) in the BHS gym and ..._(CLW,_...-.... ,..., ....u....('WI_. want to see this ramp finished in a 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.A .
travel to Interlachen to battle the ...... 13..| 117...._. (IW) 4*...rtan.y W 7''IIIUl: way that any family can go out and
117 D.' _(IW).rlmi Woman out !.. ..(im)mat We
| enjoy a cook out or fishing trip.
Rims, Tuesday,Jan. 22. .,.. ,_ by Richard Smith principles, practices a law
***** (IW) W 117 (IW)M ky wain.ua.T.wd.1 .
Lake Weir 39 Bradford 25 (live) pli, .4 ......... ...., .Ifcil.I .M(COllI' i realize it takes a little money, but we course required for Florida Real
w.w by..-. bassmasters plan to do a lot of the
""The Bradford Tornado matmen work ourselves. Anything worth having Estate Salesman's license.
were saddled with a loss by the Lake Is worth working for.
Bradford 21
Live' Oak 34 -
Weir Hurricanes In stair second Mon and Wed. 6 to 9 p.m.
match of the week In the BHS gym, The BHS wrestling team traveled to
Friday,January 11. Live Oak, Thursday, January 10,and Starting Feb. 11, 1910
Bill Green continued his winning came away losers to the Bulldogs,as Bradford Bassmasters will hold 8 weeks durationIn

ways for BHS with a 12-2 decisionover only four Tornadoes could muster -I their monthly tournament Saturday,
Hurricane Kyle Jackson in the wins in the hot (85 -90 degrees) Live I Jan. 19 at Sampson Lake.The tourna-

167 pound class. Next, Tod Samons Oak gym. ment will begin at 7:30: a.m. and end
completely controlled Ingo Fodder in The Tornadoes started out with a at 3:30: p.m.
winning the 114 pound class by 18-0 to bang as Bill Green, wrestling at 101 Dale Johns and his father Carl, Starke, Flo.
give the Tornadoes a three point lead, pounds pinned Bulldog Todd Kennon r have been landing some nice bass at Must pre-regUter
and Danny Nugent was a winner inUe in the final period to give BHS their Sampson. Dale landed a 7 lb. Sun to hold space
121 class pinning Richard Black in only lead of the! night at M. Live Oak shine bass last Friday. Dale won the
tie second period to put BHS ahead proceeded to win six of the next seven Dec. tournament and says he thinks
Bret Smith loads brush for use on 473-707 .75.I'S5
matches to build an insurrmountable wr oxxo, e._ Fvb.t he knows where those bass will be.
1In the fish attractor.
: the 128 pound match Skip 22-9 lead.
Wheeler came from behind to tie Hurricane The only win for the Tornadoes in ,
Mike Frame with a escapewithonly the Live Oak string of victories was -. 'I
( .:01 remaining In the final Danny Nugent with a 6-1 decision in
the 121 pound class.
;!This was the last time the Torredoes Kenny Wright was the third Tor- y* M
would score until Johnny Bell nado to win as he pinned his man to

tied Roger Swoop 3-3, on a scoring bring the Tornadoes to within seven '
change by the referee after the match points of the Bulldogs.In BU/lnE/fffiW Is Great
was completed. the Unlimited division Tornado )I 0 When You
:The scoring change Involved the Allen Scott suffered his first loss of
tiking away of a point awarded to the season to Brent Hall,Jr.in a hard- .: flan For It.
Bell during the match and giving it to fought 3-1 decision.
Swoop after the match. This changed ...._.... ....._ (IM> .!...< KxitiM liWlIWKnll.
in favor of Bell and ,.(IO) .pMf..4 ItamM Mil II -W_ Sail On
from 4-2
the score .. Supplies For 193D.
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High. Live 'Oak. and Kevin Miller led the Tornadoes In For the second straight year the Mike Sexton after the game. "We North Marlon 63 Bradford 44 dish and Dwayne McBride.
North '. inexperienced scoring with nine points while GHS' Bulldog five shot the eyes out of the probably played our best second half It was 21-20 North Marion at The home side made 19 of 25 free
Tornadoes tumbling last front line of Allen Watson, Ronnie ,basket over a hapless Bradford High this season." the coach added. halftime but.the Colts,6-4,shot 50 percent throws while BHS got only six foul
I week Maxwell and 6-6 Pete APP combinedfor team. BHS trailed 28-7 after the first Dwayne McBride the Tornadoes line chances and made just two.
dropping the BHS five. to 1-10 ontheyear in the second half In explodingpast :
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,his lineup, by starting young. Eddie the easy win. all season, said the students keepingthe and seven rebounds. Guard Reggie Harris led the hosts .....10..........M,Oerfm 11 fin II,Van
Thompkins (SOpi! up from theN) and IHS 11 1 121 1 IS:.-U ., 4CHS Suwannee County shot chart. The Bruce Perry led LO with 24 points with points. two above his average W..-,, ,. JMW44....,"-4.toton 1,assists'Wtilt' I.TOTAU .
l.Junior Donniel,; Doster In a look 19 :a0,2.2..17 Dogs hit 60 percent, sinking 20 of 40 brother Columbus Perry had.20, and while BUS,which shot just 32 percent II !"II

towards the future but It didn't stop 1N4....-...,..........I...,.fctiy lJH ,Ibe" first half field goal attempts and were Mike Jones 18. : from the floor, got 10 points from Don- ,
the Tornadoes current 10 game losing ......-......M111..I'S.. ..T.....ak1.. M1.1..s 14 for 28 the second half. The Tornadoes outrebounded LO nlel Doster and eight from Kevin Red-
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Bobby Scheffer,Friday night,Jan. 18, Steadily improving after a dismal ti "About the only thing I Cain say IB r..4 a.M RtwMii 1.1... Alln...... Wllltom C.... Reds points as they downed the shoe box, when a fireproof heavy
at Bolles host hot-shooting Palatlca that we were down 36 points at the T.MII, ....... In
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Augustine, once rated number two in _w...._1.nod. .__I.
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fifth-rated P.K. Yonge, CHS again, Keystone JV Girls Split; Now 44The
Live Oak again, and Clay again.
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GUS 87 Bradford 40 continued their habit of winning one point advantage in the final quarter. The Green Cove Middle School

Tornado basketballers were and losing one, splitting two games Keystone led 20-12 heading into the team outscored KHHS 9-3 in the third
swamped 87-40 by a powerful last week to say even at 4-4. final stanza after outscoring the quarter after a 1 5-5 halftime tie to beat
Gainesvile High five Tuesday night, The JV Lady Indians lost to Green visitors 12-4 in the third period. But the JV Lady Indians for the second
Jan. 15, in the BHS gym. Cove Middle School 19-13 on the road they wasted that margin as Bell tieJthe time. "We were just very poor fun-
After scoring the first point of the Thursday Jan. 10, but came back to game 22-22 late in the game. Dina damentally against them. Smith
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another tally until almost three night. Tonight, Thursday Jan. 17, the ing an offensive rebound, putting it should now better than that by now." .
minutes were gone in the second Keystone JV girls host Baldwin, and back in and being fouled on the play. Donna Dodd's five points was high
quarter and by that time it was 21>-1. they host Gainesville High's JV Mon- She hit the free throw for a three point for KHHS with Jill Eland and Mickey
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'I lDrops Tigers: 65.- 64; Chieflimd Victim Number 1 ( I

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What.will It take for Union High' game 29-29 at halftime and were ink throw'off," ROBS noted.01'!'"It wasn't off the Tigers Friday night in hoot well," ROM noted saying the on the boards withfcine rebounds a 91':

Tigers tG get that first basketball aU the even close. Wllllston. TIgers hit only 28 of 73 shots for a 38 punched In 17 points. Willis Hlghlanfe*

win : James ferry came off the bench to Irvin George'led Union In both scoring .As Tiger coach David Ross said percentage. "That's a lot of shots for had eight markers, while nufu-'" .

The Tigers might have thought they spark the second quarter comeback, and rebounding with lIS points and "one man hurt II.." It wasn't us to put up and I've been wantingthat George claimed".!,eighfj rebounds an

had the answer Monday afternoon in ending the night with 13 points on five 13 boards while Phillip Jackson hit 13 Wllllston star Keith Edwards but but we didn't hit 'em." The irvin George
Macclenny but they tot the elusive of seven shooting from the floor with and Rufus George 10. The Tigers shot rather GalvesUr Daniels, a spindly Tiger did hit from the free throw everything down there Rosa praii

victory aIIp from their grasp again three of four free throws. Union led only 34 percent from the floor-22 of 65 shooter who r'pped in 14 field goals lineseven of ten chancestheir best ed. That Included orchestrating an r ..

ortpping a 65-04 decision before the 48-48 heading Into a frantic fourth while hitting 62 percent of their foulahot.t and 31 points over Union's a-1-1 tone. charity stripe showing of the year. fense that turned the hall over in,

Bi ;er County High student body in an quarter. With a minute to go and 18 of 26 to Ma I.ennY'a13 of 26..UnionCo. The hosts upped their margin slightlyas "percent has been our goal and we four times. "Every Urn we suit up is..

an l'IICIOII..me.The Ion dropped\ leading by a point Ross directed his ,r q I ill''I(",' 16. 44fttacclonnr the game progressed, leading 17-15 .finally got It." we're playing better and I'm please&
.igen to O\II.lor UM :and *'a squad to sit onshoot the ball. ". didn't even IS after one period, 32-27: at the half, and Irvin George hit 20 points to lead. with that/ .
discouraging ..11 17 MUMON 'union Co.' .-\!.. IS U :21 4*>1
note even more meant want to it unless we had a ., 49-41 after three rounds. while point guard Phillip j Union V+

that four of their losses have been y layup." he said afterwards. But shoot 0.,1.1// CO.-II.L M.n1.........>. M.D.J.w I,I. ''We.played hard but we Just didn't Jackson, all 5-9 of him led the Tigers Wllllston IIS 17 24 7|

a total o' 13 points. ',,1' ".:r,; it they did. After a forced pass Inside MMCUNM M4""*4, OM. II. I. Mw II.>. at15. no

UCHS host Ouefland Friday night, was deflected a Tiger forced up a shot ... Hrnnt...4,J.N.I...y', y 3WJIIiston oq

Jan. IB, in a bid to get the tint win from the corner that bounced out to Fall Twice
before embarking on a murderous Macclenny. The Wildcats hit two free 73 Union Co. 63 Lady Tigers;

string with the Suwannee Con- throws at the other end to take the Just as in the first meeting betweenthe .. .r

ference's three best clubs- sixth- 6544 lead. The ball changed hands as two teams, a 61-59 overtime win -

rated Newberry on the road Tuesday the clock wound down but Union's last for the Red Devils, this one was The Lady Tigers lost to Williston "The last three quarters they had a and a half ago and haven't won since[

Jan. 22, number five P.K. Yonge at chance came with only two seconds from start to finish, but Wllllgton led 45-44 on two late free throws Friday full court press on us... I just can't seethe That streak was extended to nine.,,"

home Friday Jan. 25, and late- left "and all we could do was get a. at the close of each quarter and held and were the victims of a tall Jasper sense in that" Dempsey bristled. losses Friday night,.when the Lady,

coming Cross City at home Tuesday, team 97-38 Monday night to drop to "1 don't know If they wanted to score Red Devils gained revenge.with a..

Jan. 29. Chlefla )'s Indians escaped 1-10 on the year. 100 or what but she (the Jasper 41>-44 homecourt wine) tl r

with a 55-81 overtime win against UCHS JV Girls The two losses, which extended a 10 coach) sure tried to run the score up Birdella Carnegie's free throw witK*

Union in Chiefland earlier. Jasper Tops game losing string IIBd.Union Co. something." After being down Just five seconds left was the difference.-

"I know the kids have talked aboutIt coach Mickey Dempsey muttering 14-9 after the first quarter the Lady UCH 1"g
about his lack of "Idon't further and further behind: offsetting a 20 point night by
admitted fell
boss David squad's helgth.
some Tiger Tigers ,
In their first action in 24 days Union Just as In the varsity game Dempsey star Anne Biddix. Carnegie's foul sho
Ross. "Down there we just couldn't know where these schools are failing victim to the press as well as
County High's junior varsity girls said the Lady Trojans ran the score ruined a fourth quarter comeback bid
Lacy Anderson ((27 points) but I setting aU these tell girls Ross their shooting night.
stop own poor
with late
basketball team 59-21 decision After
a the holding a
dropped up game pressure. by Lady Tigers.
feel like if we play the way we have wondered aloud. ". guess I'm gonna Anne Biddix hit 14 points and pulled a
on the road at Jasper, a tall and Tammy Barton was in double 16-13 halftime edge the Union girli.
the last couple of games and play have to get a stretching machine. down 15 rebounds In the loss. Page
talented club. figures with 10 points to lead the JV were outscored by 10 in the thirds i
good defense on Lacy we'll be alright. with The UCHS girls host Chiefland Fri- McGill added eight points and the
"We played a good first half, noted Lady Tigers Glorida Griffin ad- period and trailed 33-26 heading into.
We match better with Chiefland day night Jan. 18 and at home while Debra
up are same number of boards v;
It four rf
UCHS coach Mickey Dempsey. was ding points. the final They closed with
(size-wise) (than with these other again Monday night Jan. 21 for a and Gail
had six
Albritton points *
19-11 Jasper at the break. "But their Union 6 4 4-21 rush to tie the count before Carnegie i
teams. heigth and experience started to J...p.r 14 3 21 2S 5* 6:30: p.m. game with Hawthorne. Rogers six rebounds. hit the charity stripe to cap a 14 point";

dominate in the second half. For play UNK>M..CtH.y I.HvwftlM, t, taHm.I/.OHfth" 4.N. Jasper 97 Union 38Jasper's Union Co. 1 13 It 6 MJaiiwr effort. .
Macclenny 65 Union Co. 64 c..b..1.1..d 1.JAVI. 14 27 31 17 */ for'
ing for the first time in three weeks and Page McGill had eight points
.-ScMI .. TuckOT IS _'01. 14. Wllltam I, Lady Trojans, 4-4, ran
The Tigers started poorly falling they did alright though. ........ .. ll.l.rt .. limn .. ....kN 1. n_ 4, gunned to 58 points in periods two and UCHS while sophomore Karen??
back 15-7 after the first quarter, but in The hosts scored 21 points to makeit ...,..1. three and never stopped running in Williston 45 Union Co. 44 Watkins hit six. ;"

the face of a packed and noisy student 40-15( after three periods and then beating the Lady Tigers Monday The Lady Tigers beat Williston Union Co. It 10 IS 44' .

crowd they fought back to tie the ran to 28 points in the fourth quarter. night. 28-24 In both team's opener a month Wllllston 4 5 20 12 ..t'.*

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Air conditioned, automallc. radial ?..urns21 10 p.vm.ntsatt OOO m6600!121. Radio Ma.f.situ I.Clo.V 5 found, wry low mlloao*. ...til Caou:96 to Id.'I couple.:: chos and fancy pafl.rne-. I
; ; atchg. 1/ 7
Good condition *1500 Ngpottabl 373 J3O4 day w.rr.nty ]7] 22:] off qa> Call John. 373 IRIS .2365. Anytime.
Call 935-O9710T 935IOS6197BCAMAROZ7f without aftchm.nts.yFOR o

Fully .'1972 Challemoer,, ,.Ions*trlno well**0ood tr, skis CORVETTE, l 148 CLASSIC MERCEDES 28016E 1970 1/10 TFIMCHG. SALE Slightly used Ilk. r>.w,.._--J
Excallent lereo vtem Conwrhaop.n'ha' .. ... good /Mr.., D ..fifth, racing' ore.n Great 371.1645' still In warranty. Sold ...w. ft$629pay
valve owner beautifully main must NII. 06)0) 3'.11650 Sfuden' IIc. oold accent llrlp.., d1ltr1 %*mc Can f;
talned. s6ooo.770 S494eveOLOS -Interior' L-4B.' u, PERSONAL cash balance oOV S
'73 HONDA COUPE Blown' Oil full:: warranty. 117.715.N OL 05. now brakes 1 BEDROOM HOUSE: For
DELTA !. 1973, pood rlnot ?3OO or beat ott... O.v*>*t 372..3'6 M70 anytime lore tlM or beat offer > t"6- Idle by owntr. 1 bath and SI38.10 or assume S
tire* air. heat runt flood ftiOOO 3/5-1700 Sladen,
or b.fl offer 376-y7M Student SERVICES Il2bo.hanlac..IDt.B.t I payments of SI3.81. Visa J

wson Raiford and LB. Con and Mastorchargo "f-.r

CUSTOM MAD lad 431-1921 of tor 930 ceptod. To .... call Credit *' ,,,-
D I API It I IIS t F roe p.m. weekdays. 1/ 17 Manager collect, fr..' *5-

..tlmo.... Local .tchQ.2/7. homo trial' and fr.. homo 5 y,
distributors for completely GAS HEATER, 25 Inch. by delivery. 904-37'-4467."* 'T

I I .... l" washable 25 1/2: Inch.. Cold col- tfnchg 1/3/80 V 'T
SMALL 3 % bath home on nationally
ERICK' Nome Dn 1 4 acres. J "R. ,
X14 ASSUME 7'A *.. mortg.o*> or 7 ".'h. 'ov... como"" '. 'n'n"' .....0.. l acre On 441 near advertised Gardsette orodi has tovon hooting 7' CAMAROl PS/PB. AT *
v Owner fin.nclno' lmm.cii.t* Payne Prairie Small I .BMhiome
__o- Occupant V-n. ausillfvtrta: 405.2 room room.1g0, nice' brick"/"cn.n fireplace IIw'n"/ 6 lolnlna on big' lot Cell Drop.,'... SW Enter- bricks. 4962358 otter 5 TW. 6 cyl. 29 rnpg, 01,.SSOO I:g .
bah. cent, heat/air. oat ran. ,. woodbOM ,in Brook New River/ owner.lee 7785.1797 JO4SUNSHfNI prises., Ed or loma p.m. Froncet Rhodon. 1/17 and assum. prnts. SIIo3.54.-:1 =*'
haw roof Prim* NW area iS9.Bvowntr .> area tHOO .a it heated area.252A .
4 / 900: 3/?-9O4A'RCAT total to ft Call as-M4 SPECIAL. BR. *'> Stephens. 496-2219. 3/1) Itchg. month. 6,200 mu... 9 man- f. :i-
barn eMcellenf condition.I tome
A oocKVtunity no mon..v 3 .... J'/i Bath in immaculata chain /link walk' 10 town 616.000. TFN. GOLD POCKET WATCH ton on warranty. ..96.32'v' J
down V.... otilhli' n/c.a.*>>....tn. condition over 15OO.o ft 'In NW. ...um..mar'' or'low down to REASONABLE Small trees Waltham. koopi perfect before' 3 p.m. 1/17 Itpd.v'r' "9
h111100 home wl/hover l 7Ofl f tI
qualified buyer Owner>Broker
Clole'n' "
near Elementary t. High'
Totes I Price .37._ Call OE Y School' with central' heat 0.air tor 372 A89I OT37B 977Q and limbs cut or trlmmad.tlm... ApproMlmatoly 90yoars CHEVROLET BUSl, l 69. A-1" 4-
Inc REALTY' : RBAI-TORa ol Al W.75ooun.v. only' 86.000 Can be bought PMA. OWNER' SATS SCILBeautiful Reasonable '01... Coll old. 431-1366: allor S hope, 1800.) Throe axle J

FORDABL6. rJr Tietlc con or VA Call* Bulldert now to.Me Inc Lee DORIS RealEstate colonial., ; 5 bulll a.t. 3000 9"iBatht. Tony 431-1 111 after 6 p.m. p.m. 1/101/17 :atchg. oaiy pull h.avy duty", : 7
.. T>oor.rv 4 .... 2..,lti*. 1 M LEE. REALTOR 374 423 So Pt 2-ttory>....... on cu..om 14 acre Boar 1/3 TFN. TIRiS/WHEElS: I 1R 78.15 Coosonock traitor. S3.:200.4.1. :,3-
block. from: Law School A. umeb derad on a creek Secludes North now. 1 L 78-17 mod. $60 431-1376.
atJWANNEE RIVER PIANO TUNING. (29 each. 1/17 Itpd.
mortooe' JO NW 24th St (43500 of town Owner financing' ?15O :
Nlte 7 ER. 1'h be.lh. zoo .ev owner 377 yrm for both. 40 channel P---G
bll. ham. in N.w home in NW. 3.., t bath, OOO make offer. Jean 377 9V2S For more Information toll
P/a 4Mt. air/hH+. CREEK and I1' ready central heat & air. caroet. apeclou JOHN O BALDWIN REALTYREALTOR .96.30330.10 for Marshall CB/AM.FM radio SI00. S94
turn. Boat shut, ;;::Immediate occ jo'ocvt This 3 screened porch lullIng klfchan ]703737 S.W. 9lh, St. 16 INSURANCEMAIMS
ramp. Ns wall m.7 bath Is located on "" .C.., taxed a* vacant Dukes. 1/l02tchg 117.RUTH'S Anytime.
.O Iona PflcOd to ;= 4 fairwav f5S.0o0774aouO lot for 1900 oarage many energyftavtng TOO DOWN Falrbank tTOOtVOInterpreted 4ft. UPHOLSTER SHOP 1/17 Itpd. INSURANCE ACEM-
MIS'B area
.... feature
/ M2NW27Ave
119.300 aS6-7017 Son .ull. Inc
377 WOO Ted Weseman Builder f 3434 ME 73 Ave C MceNent Re-opening for light work.PUPSMeth.r pit bull father CVi 160 S. Loko Avoj., lake TButler.
bath ACT fenced OWI3 NRwo0 Mew / ':d"k. IenI ::: ,' ward IoWnced./:= OWNER NOR T HWOOO (a nil handy'at Ion man neKtg*E. l-iodoe* *' MO'Ht'so.:: Garage Sal. Dally from 9 Gorman Sh.ph.rd. Born 4%-3978. Complete t.
caroaitlna 3OOO down 0 I. Iwood Yald. SDaclouft 4 BR 2 '/ 93 Ciermont Pla, ..32/11, orO4 196.3372.Nov.. 19. Make good catchdogt.
S Insurance
.37' "M'i.: : .m. to Service. TFM
.70 SB 33rd Street 377 9000 1462. :;; :'. room oaraoe 'loaded 394 2442 p.m.
OulCk.. V47.VOO Holly. 37J 049B. 1/172.pd 124.REGISTER. security .dog. .tc. EVERYONE IS INSURAUEi
150 each. Call Polo, Sparks Immediate coverage by ,
48S-16I4 N.w River area phone JOE sjesieo *

Bradford Caunty. I 1'17' AGINCV

GAS .AND OIL Itpd.:lt- .. .. .JK...-'IIt- ,96.2903.TF--. I

-i:; Double French HornEPIPMONE Sonic BVACM wo 4V,White.. great TV: S."'...... Xma Stiver' !iwCall.' 17..374 Motorcycle.Ht* after *helmet or Mi S. TM..... ft. J WANTED I 2 PERSON ALTO --
% girt' force* weekend (
Hollon FaklL "/..."_. ale J7S 3943 t 'Mom.
-. Call 376697 lose cot, Series IV with, vhrome TAPPAN tool/noun: CI nln. O TO BUY J All CONCERNED I.
4 tend* 2 month old ltt $9S.. rang. {10O. Studio couch. *JO. :+r : 4
TAR. moat PT leJ I.lit mu t Mil .730 ]171007 weekday* isaT'pMrs' ; 0loomlnoxt4il.9 butt LP Boltlas'' Woyno B. Dukes of 90 N.E..
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pa'' J74 3B3TrttPL.1
tt73 Calf 3J7 051 anytimedral 19pm ASk 'o..n Sru gnt 'Ih'O a -KCASH. CASH..iC 1st St. Lok. Butler Flo.. will

PLAYHOUSE O' utIlItV 'Melro\ *:"."MSTE"LINO 2 kniwe.. cht ORBS3CM of ". Nf.OoOd with matchln Motor Homes Filled *For Uoeit 'not b. retponiiblo for any'""
.ullt.'" bpokshulwf and ..._ 9 butter Mobil. Homes |< debts
"n'vn.' de"a///Ork1. fondltl//ion/ 612375.' TV l*/inch bUch Incurred by Maro'. a:!
C.lllnoslpntf and outletwindow *- ......" LSO ens 17IIi a/IN 1 IOIk.: i f .. : whit* very oood condition.M ic We Pay Top Price i E. Oukos.. ';
371 T04Q, 3T3I94I i tWIOatpd 1/17. :
ssoo ) Cat!3? 4aai after f I iVfctUsibhi. .."..... '
LtiATHCMPRVB 0OOT& u ed NEW CARPET. 'OO'..... v Pl/ftPI-B.. AAARTIN. tltrtf/ Itou_. ..523 1899 339-3g07V SJOO RIWARDiTo perion"
3 week*. ladle lie I' t 130.. IIU .v Nature NOW** now ,In tockf Ditt Tisn.tHHHn '" with Information. loading
37A..'., wtekday* after 1:30.: MMV CObrf., Remnln I.. Ro" St' 95 fo f>.. or ofdr from our J- 1Itt 1Itt'w to
tat Sun anytimePentaM TM SKMd Wlntl .IS N M.'n' r10d.P1aN cat loo 373 447CCORCtJ'9 "T""T""T""T""T" "T'"T'1c arrest and conviction of .r., |.
DEEP 4/O r l 7/I : HAROWAsa. :3171gPdep. sons entering'' homo of ..,'.
ms.ur.r'o. ; > >, Sootmatie' P wtn Mmm.Fin COUCN.LC/1AU., I WWUnlverilty' Av. and
with roller Vlvltar, bra ny Oehvtl,. ,Md1
f1e3 7S-2OS AAacroloom. furniture
..'QO Suvasv.a! 3/t J9>3GOUP .I31 2mm Pt .. *Ri. ...,* 'on. I7s.u/dI/V ...... ONd tors' V DUTY Chrorrt bath tub Venn's Upholstery Shop .removing of Mrs. -fv
,. CLUBS S WOO Iron*. IIbVr.M co.. sea 37S9 "'''on. 171 377 7105, J I qhHEM.y' : vitn' 2 heiohi._edlutloiai .y.lt-lt-lt-. .> ,Complete Upholstery J.D'lnlphfll ,n. or d7OewUfd7....S.
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.S3-S10 each '1O Pull bag. DISHWASHER. wnlrlpoolaooo.never / COUCH. black' vinyl 1140 .Black ,, } -tc Service" -
11+ ..I0''nn.. I "'.371-122' been uedt 4 cvde (New '.cl II I.c.t11pe.1.! 771 30.30 DletU'. 'HON.'YWILL "*nta. Camera I Mo'li.tc KnMftlJt/ P.O. Bex ,909Madfspn
( 'om 'sn f1515114-7s7.davt.Nltor.N7n' 4A OSC.e *_Call. p/bah/ .,,"; fnit; n2s: LR'D: :l :: ICniDn..05firaw:: :=; I AUTO BOAT FURNITURE Ga. 30630) ;1/17

5 ,,...__ 53P) 311".. ; H om.tc_ Ralph BMoxIne Ztchg)1/24. f'Pal..8
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',,:, I '- Ndbowo Piyminl Wlth 4 Miles, South *' ;

I II VA Financing .. FHAC of Stork Oil 30 IS i

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Ito Trencher compactor CARPENTER WORK POll SALEs 197

cement mixer Remodeling work kitchen self-cleaning oven (like]I II. I TRUCKS MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE FOBSAjg SERVICES All kinds .hog MAY Botila or Aliens.. Larry '

pressure. washer, lawnmowers cabinet* and trlrncarpenter. new). .olmo.... coler.. Call IT78 HOME!PARK mobile homes wire welded wire barb.wire LaFollette. 9 Kirk.'.-

tillers ether Reasonable ."-'110 after 7 p..... DODGE TRADESMAN and spaces for rent Phone BLOCK MOMM from $82,923. : Blll'f SAW SHOP. Completesharpening wood. choln link-. :- ....-6273. TFchg.. *> 9.<
garden, auto and construction prices. Call Ed Dempsey at Monday-Friday, or ell day 108 Custom. Van I 6 464-2912. TFchg to $47,94. CH/A w/w service, circular free estimates..MANNING SKI BOATi 16 ft. flberglaso.
tools. KEYSTONE cylinder 3 TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY Iroom
RENTALS 473-2477. tfnchg 11/1 on weekends. Ilpd speed also carpet electric range. Insulated hand cal ld.. FENCE CO., 473-4BB2. 73 beat 74 Mercury 65 HP
Hwy. 21 North. automatic. Craig efficiency
$100 REWARD Far block and I/I7-J4. g I windows., many chain mower blade hollow Keystone. TFchq engine. gator-tilt trailer,
473-2995. AM/FM/cassette Weekly
TFchg stereo sleeping roams. or
PEER SPMNOSi. 2 BR, 2 bath.fireplace white female German CASH FOB) GOLDl Sterling,! with speakers carpeted monthly Come to Under other ...tr... Built on your ground Jackson and balanced.Leave LIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi $1.900. Call 964-9764 days
Shepherd. 7 mo. old with dlemotMls. jewelry coins | lot. Rural financing Building 'or 431-1640after OCp.mj
"..ceo. Full acre Interior sun roof rear wood Motel 3Vfe milesNorth Supply Starke loads only.: ALLEN I.
oil land. Occupancy Feb. red collar and red name and dental I gold. Will coiling vent air shocks, of Starke on US 301. available. See our models Hts. TFchgALCOHOLICS or Keystone TAYLOR. Lawl.,., Phone. TFpd ,KTMRCB /
IS. Low down payment" tog. Lost In Melrose area your' home. I- -' 1'1 I fog lights. S2.30O. Phone TFchg. at 12879: Normandy Blvd., ANOMYMOUSl 782-3172. TFchg TOY POOMEfs '$190
Bob 12/10. Answers to M,. Rinman. 1/17 964-8969. BEDROOM Jacksonville. Phone each. AKC registered.
Phone Harris, W f.55J3: nameBanshee. tfnchg TFchg TWO AND THREE ROUND BALES OF HAYs $19
or 473-3133. 113"chg 1/17 Coll anytime FOR SALE 1973 Oldsmobile i It46 VWi $750. Phone mobild homes. $139 to 387-4981 Hallmark" Leisure Phone 964-9143 964.6582. each. Phone Arthur. ALSO. :2 male German

KEVSTONE CLUB ESTATES 3 473-1190. 12/13 tfnchg 98 IS. Excellent condition,I H 9648699. Itchg 1/17. $150 with $90 damage, Homee. 12/6 9tchg 1/31. TFchg Gasklns 782-3140: or Shepherd pups, 4 mos. old

BR 2 bath great room. FOR SALE 1969 Pontiac great car for young family i 1976 DODGE STATION 'deposit. White's Mobile MOBILE HOMs Why pay REMODELING, BUILDING 782-3497. TFchg $ 25 each. Hove had all

Under construction. Low LeMons station wagon, uses regular gas, only I WAGON! Ar.C: F/S. Home Park. SR 16 and 225. more? Buy direct from foe.lory. REPAIRSl New kitchens, PORK. GRAIN. FD Buy shots.. Phone 1-792-9222

down payment for now trammlsilon fit.., 1000. 473-4062. Itpd 1/17 H 23.000 miles. $1400. t/l04tpdl/31. Large selection of 24, baths family rooms. Brick direct from farm. .lake. City. 1/3 Stchg 1/24.
qualified. buyer.. Phone Bob oxhauiti and brakes. $600 FOR SALEi 1977TVotaCor.I B 964-6219. 1/17 21chG 1/24. 12x60 MOBILE HOME 3 14, 12 wi..... COMMUNITY black concrete. Fireplace Killed UttOI BOG BOX for a big
and BOf lb.
cut wrapped.
Harris, 473-3133 or or .best offer..473-4I6S. ana luxury edition 1976 FORD GRANADA 6 bedrooms on ana aero lot. MOBILE HOMES SALES US specialists. Grlffls Con. a dog' never used. ALSO
% 4-5=. 1/3 Slchg 1/17 cyl., AT; AC: PS. One $13S/monlh plus deposit.Phone dressed weight. Phone
rlnchg.HELP automatic, A/C AM/FM I 301 North. Open 9 to.dusk. struction. Phone 473-21 seasoned" firewood. $40 for
782-3639. 1/3
owner. $7,900 miles Ic1 Stpd 1/29.
FOR Alii Tractor ford WANTED$370 I Thousand radio. 473-4347. Itcho 1/17 9648559. Itchg 1/17. 964-9734. >ll11l7. I to 6 Sunday. Phone or 473-2578. TFchg RIGISTEREO ANGUS BtkUl 2 % ton pickup load you

1.009. price $1,410. envelopes you. mall. LOSTt White puppy around I H 9648741. TFchg BIRCH'S IPM PEST CONTROL "haul. $90 delivered. Phone
MINI STORAGE OF old. James Gathlns,
73 OLDSt 1195. 964-7434. 9
Matter Ferguson MF-SO Postage Paid. Free. Sendto Lake Brooklyn Jan. available 10 B8 MOBIIR NOMEi All IERVICES OF HAl 320: N. 064-"go. 173 Stpd It 17
H to 6. Itchg 1/17. AMERICA: units 964-8336. 110I
P.... Both In very good PAD-I. Rt. :3 Box 209 missed very much, pl 13'1 CHEVROLET from $10 month. Hwy 100 new Insulation and ......1. 964.Temple Household Ave. Phone Sill lOATl 1972 Silverll_. FMDSR PIOSi' Phone
shop*. Also mower and Keystone Heights Fl. call 473-2052 or HI9SS station Phone Ing. New wiring end plumbing 534. posts 9649922.IO2tchg 117.
near Keystone 80 hp outboard.
and Mercury
473..325'j door model. termites. 11/8
box ....... 47S-4J47 or 32656 1/3 tfn chg Itchg1/17 y 5 wagon two 473-3193. 1/106tcha V 14. two AC. Reasonable SEWING MACHINES TFchg tilt trailer new tire. CHIC." HOUSE for
S3OO best offer. PhoneS spare
471-4081. 1/17., 124.Jhshg. CASH POI SKVSR-hlghest FOR RENTl 2BR 2BA or THREE ROOM furnished or Phone '...- 576, 11iTFchg. .breeders broilers, to bo
mobll.1 473-2798 after 9:JO p.m. or REPAIREPi All makes ski rope 4 life preservers,
prices paid for odd pieces home on 'lakefront m %4-7301 anytime. 1/3 2ipd .unfurnished apartment, cleaned oiled and ad. two fuel tanks. All .excellent tern down and moved
and lots of silver from FOREST HWOMTSi 4 miles with SOD It.
INTERIOR DECORATOR- sterling Keystone. .73..186.1 I 1/10 wall to wall carpet newly lusted. $10 Work condition. Complete equipment.
trained In California. New ware. Tea sets, trays. plot.t. 2tehg 1/17-24 i paneled. Off street park. North toward prison. 3... guaranteed. James outfit. $1500. Phone long. 30 ft. wide. Phone
Ideas. Call1731.. .... etc. $125 per pound FOR SALIt Fair of swivel] I 1979 DODGE ROYAL VAN Ing. Adults only no pats. 2 both. Only 1.000 down. Strickland corner Morgan 782-3172. I/IOTFchg. 964-6928. l/104tchg 1/31.)

tfnchgl/17 minimum. Second Wind 15 rockers, dark brown. One Auto A/C. PS. FB. II-Tr.I Phone 964-8490.1/10 2.chg Occupancy 60 days from Ed. and Hwy 16. TFchg COASTAL BERMUDA MAYl SBVBRM ITEMS Beautifulptano

FOR, SAL Lot and trailer 12 N. Main St.. Gainesville. kitchen table, one coffee I Stereo $300 and take overpayments. 1/17. approval date. Special BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Phone 473-2427., must. see to appreciate

byfco. furnished like new, 379-8733 and 373742S.Will table. 4733781. Itchg 1/17 9646231. Coll 372-2011 or THREE BEDROOM I heitks. financing oval....... Affordable SERVICE! Bradford reslden. No collect calls.KeystoneHts. lopelIIi. maple finish like

on Lake Bundy. Grandin visit your home. We I Iliad 1/17. .large fenced In yard un Homes S3I W. Call flat pump-outs, $49. Commercial n_. Amana Trash Com

Fill eight miles east of also buy antiques and fur POI SALIl Flue, liner cast furnished has stove.Phene Starke. Phone 944-9533. and Industrial. Fully YARD SALBi 301 North, by pac_.Coin operated coke
Keystone. Heights. Immediate nltur.. Hnchg 1/10 Iron pipe, galv. steel pipe I _-UII after 4 1/3 :3tchg 1/17 licensed. Phone machine. Sears consoleAMFM
FOR RIMTl On lake scissor |lack, push lawnmower LOSTFOUNDlOSTl p.m. 1/10 4tchg. 1/31. ANTIQUE BOCK home.3... 964-8121. TFchgHOI5IIHOIINGI Bradford Furnlturo. Look radio B track and
occupancy for .
TWO BEDROOM Mobile signs. Three families.Friday.
Sr-1.000. 473-3432 Geneva. 3BR 2BA mobile 3V4 '01. spray 2 BA: foyer huge living Trimmingor turntable. PHone 964 6050
tank night eland, coffee I I Vicinity of Bedford Home. 12x60 carpeted. corrective work 12 Saturday and Sun
479-3563. tfnchg. 13/13. home with CHA. Unfurnished room with fireplace. and after 4 p.m. 1102 CalleyRd.
Located 9 miles fomStak. day. Itchg 1/17. _
No $165 table. end more. 4)73-3390.) : lake, Slack French poodle woodboit. kitchen years experience lorry Skins 1/17.
Sat. male pets. per Large '
p.m. Blind on SR 239. Phone964963O AKC CHOW PUPPtBli 5
in Reword.
month Includes water and 1/17. Itpd. one eye. with lots of cabinet laFollette. COGXM STANIEL PUPPIES
FOITDI. Loblgroy aund. LAKE LOTS FOR SALEi I I Call 473-4687. Itchgll7.WANTED after 9 p.m.. Itpd space. 964-6273. 12/13 TFchg weeks old: four females
with collar no tog. garbage pick up. Phone 1/17. 1800 sq. ft. heated area EXPERIENCEDCARPENTERMASON one male. 'hon.964.5636. $79 ea. Good blood lines.

lotto Genevaarea.. 473-2383 after 4:30 p.m. Keystone Heights. MODERN FURNISHEDAFARTMSNTi 2526 total so. ft. Call 1/17 2tpd 1/34. Thoroughbreds. Can be
47|2111. Hnchg 10)/ll) tfnchg 1/10 Beautifully wooded 'lots on carpeted Brooker ...-...". 1/10 seen after 4 p.m. WilsonRd.
wants small construction YAMAHA ELECTRIC OROANt
AFRAID OF OVERSLEEPING POI SALES 1974 Dodge Dart clear, sand bottom lake.Good ana bedroom. heat and 4tchg 1/31. jobs. Fireplaces remodeling like new. Extra cards. 9647813. Shirley Kile/
'Custom.. 4-door, tlant-6 terms or discount for AC paved parking.security LARGE MOMIi Could .be Itpd 1/17.
FeV a small foe, I'll woke GOOD PRICES PAID)for used additions. Phone Walnut finish. $400.
yo4 vp> Phone 473-1731 forw automatic A.C.. P.S.. vinyl cash. I to 5 acres with nice mobile homes If mortgageis doors and lights, made Into two rental 782-3906 after 6 p.m 134tpd 964-SS04. 1/17 2tchg 1/24.. 11 FT. CAMPER Fully self-

*. up service. Hnchg top, clean $1999. Call trees overlooking lake 3/4 paid or mc'.. OLIN'S no children or po'". Phone apartments. In Hampton. 1/24 OARAGE SALE Starting contained. Air. new condi

117DEADLINE 473-4376 after 5 p.m. 1 111 7. from S3. 00. $500 MOBILE HOME SALES 964-8269 after 5 p.m. 1/17 $73.00O with good terms.Phone WILL BABYSIT In my home Thursday. January 17. 9:OO tion. 9648959. Itchg 117.HOM4JLITB .

for classified Hpd. dawn$90 month.Commercial 964-9606 Open 7 days 2tchg 1/24. 489-1643 after 9 anytime. Hot meals, lanced SAW Used.
a.m. fit? 909 Cantor-SI.
adtortlslnq In the Monitor 2-PAMIIY YARD SALEl lots on SR-21 North weekly. TFchg, 4 BR, 2Vi' BA Home, $300 p.m. 1/I03tpd 1/24. .-ord. Phone 964-8731.: 964-8324. Itpd 1/17. ""' .8559. Itchg 1/17.
household available. Owner- mo. Walnut. St. 964-7321. 70 ACM FARMi Townof 1/10 2tpd 1/17. All Argentina Bohla no
| day at noon. Clothes Itemi WANTfOt Mobile home axles near BEAUTIFUL CONSOLE
:so In classifieds miscellaneous. Park of the Salesman. 473-4379. 2/22 and tlr... Will pick up. 1/113chgll31.! Ralford. Includes 3 BRhouse OFFICE MACHINE REPAIRl CABINET 6 ft. long. solid weeds,, no rain. SI.00 per

ff"this" also be made prior Palnu. 110 Bethel. Sat.. tfnchg. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME I BR APARTMENT furnish 2 mobile home, set Phone 964.6902. Starke wood, perfect 'AM/FM. bale. 'Raland Stern

Tuesday. noon Jan. 19 '.5 p.m. 473-4744. FOR SAlRt Two acres near SALES 964-S406. Open 7 ed $". | BR apartment ups. $80.000. Owner will pickup and delivery. 1/10 Zenith. Good speakers.Turntable W>f.83 deadline. 1/17. Hpd. SR-tOO near Keystone days a week TFchg $150; I BR apartment, hold mortgage at 9'/i pet. 4tpd 1/31. 1979 GS42S-

FOR Mill Quality Sfarcrafl HELP WANTEDi Earn extra Heights. $300 down. 161.88 CASH FOR COINS Gold..lIv.r. $135.No children. No Pets, with 20 pct. dawn.. Phone CASH PAID for 1964 or does not wark.has reel-. i L Suxukl. 3.000 miles mag
month. Phone 473-4098 dental First and last month In advance. earlier silver coins and.lIv.r record storage
Sleeps 8. 2tobl. money at home. Circular per sterling Jax. 1-786-8274 after 5 wheels, $1650. 1979 GS
po"tip camper. to-reel recorder
... Hove, .Ink. mailers wanted. No experience or 473-4367 after 6 p.m. gold. GF scrap jowalry. op 964-7921. 1/17 p.m. 1/10 2tchg 1/17. dollars. Phone ,tape 750L Suiuki 1300 miles,
'904/394-3077. 1/17 needs repair. $50 or mokeoffer.
1/3 tfnchg. tlcal' frames, etc J.R. Bull- 3tchg 131.APARTMINTs TFchg.
Send.tamp.d KINOSLIV LAKEl 3 BR, wheels. S2.SOO.
refrigerator h.ot.r.corpe'ad. neceisary. mag
Beautiful cabinet
Nice, to
S2.4OO. Keystone self-addrossed FOR SALEl 1978 Buick Ington 944-4250 TFchg. CH/A Kitchen equip. Lot HAIRCUTS make Into bar or trophycase. Phone 783-3963. 1/17 2tpdME

Height 473-2910. tfnchg envelope far Informationto Riviera excellent condi- WANTED Coca-Cola bottle floor.carpetacl'furvilshed.3 ,1I..t and 100 K BOO ft. Private, ...... Nu Waves Phone 782-360. PAR4AAII "TRACTOR
large rooms
10/18 G.A. Paid P.O. Box 126. tion. All extra equipment.Must embossed Lake Butler. Ph. 9O4/933-2I94 or 9"4431OPPORTUNITIES I..WMIiMewer and-Planter,
MASONRY WORK Block Keystone Heights. FL sell. Phone 473-2312 Florida (Fla.). Will pay .bath. No pets. W>f.. 01I.. 933-281B.1/17 tchel/7, 1/17 4Khg..Jlr.. TFpd. 2&oc1: 0& n<* ""pet.1./11. .T; t 3 J m. > NURSERY STOCK FOR.SAili -*
cash for first battle' *.
.brick. stone. Specialising; .m.32656.-1/.,'-W7w; .. Bar1rh7""UNCLAIMED saxA73-347"jchgI IAYAWAV delivered. Must be in mint 5 IR FURNISHED APARTMENTS MOMLN'NGW'I' 1974, 12 ;,,' Citrus. ;,;, trlfolata root for WtiM ...57.. 1 ItchgFOOMEl

In fireplaces, new or FOR $ALI. 1969 condition. No chips, crocksor Duplex: I BR furnished 72: CH/A; .... S stave; 3 cold resistant. Peach 1/11.
Singer Future sewing Mole, block.
rebuilt. No job too large or 26-foot travel trailer 5 scratches. Phone apartment. Utilities BR It* BA. Nothing dawn. pear persimmon nectarine .
machine. One of Singer'sfinest. 2500.. 964-9339. ItpdKNTI
too imall. Call 473-2841. nearly-new tires large Makes buttonholes, 19646073. 1/17 :21 pd 1/24. furnished on one apart. take over _mont.. Seller g _a. grapes, fig. 1 1-r
tfnchg 10/25 marine battery. A/C TV ment. 964-S9S1. Itchg will pay closing. WOULD YOU CAREl To be blueberries anna apple ,I"".!> LAYAWAY

A NEW AMWAY DEALER I I. antenna full both. Very sews on, stretch buttons stitches ., 1/17. .I/30S/349-S21B *chq financially independent? 8-10', dorset apple ..%.5.. .Singer Ftituro sewingnochlne.
monograms We need distributors.
In your. arI..t| waiting to clean. Available with HELP azaleas, camellics'-hodge. One of Singer'sfinsoc
and fancy patterns
serve you. Please give hera trailer: 1977 4WD, Outstanding opportunity plants, junipers -palms.shads Mokes buttonholes
without ettachmonts.Slightly .
available. Phone Mrs.Wilson
call at 9O4-47J-I731. 9-passenger Chevrolet WANTEDWORKSHOPVOCATIONAL WADE BEHR. REALTY trees, many maro.zRoses : sews) en buttons
with used like new 473-2698.9 to 6 ani,.
Suburban." Like
tfnchg 1/17 new. on Fla. root stack. stretch stit-
still In warranty. Sold now$629"poy 1/17 3tpd 131.Classified.
..tro.. Phone 473-4060. cash balance of LIC. INVESTMENT BROKCFt- O.C. Carnes Nursery 23 else end fancy patterns
Itpd 1/17. PROGRAMMER, B.S. miles SE of Starke ofFlorahof" without attachments.

Stereos NEED HELP ORGANIZING A $131.100' assume Degree In Vocational Ads .. Hwy IOO. Slightly .used like new.
payments of $13.81. Visa WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING !FROM
PARTY wedding or any Education. Rehabilitationor phone "'.2165. 12/20' still In_ronly. Sold new
Reduced other Important event? I and Mastercharge ac related Held. 2 yrs. experience INVENTORY TO QUALIFIED BUYERS 6ChgI/2'. $689, ..pay cash balance of
,_ call Credit
To .
To take all those or equivalent.Call .
can many Bring Results Hit.19
or assumepayments
shouldersand Manager collect free f.1699.. 1/10 2tpd BELOW MARKET PRICE CONSOLE STEREOt AM/FM
details off
your ,
WHOLESALE of $13 81. Visa
Call for home trial and free ham.d.llv.ry. 1/17. radio turntable
onto mine. me
..... 316tfn wood Mediterranean console -' end Mewtercharga oc.
Limited Number WICKER Positions open to
I Information Alr/ To call Credit
3/2 Central Heat cepted.
cabinet small recordstorage.
chg 1/3/80 sell wicker on home show
(quallfled.904.475.1731.tfnchg ) FOR SALECHAIN
ALSO USED TVSDaimler's 1/17 AMERICAN LIGION BINGO plan. Excellent commission. Wall To Wall Carpet Mognavox. Needs Manager collect, freenesne
work for do- trial and free home
Highway 21 north, Saturday Start Immediately.Write some perfect
FOR SAlEi Tappan range 7 p.m. and Sunday :2 Wicker Rt. I. box % Acre Lot LINK FENCE I..yo.....".... $50. or best .delivery. 904-376-4467..
Inc. double oven brown. condition so Public invited. Hnchg 288. Keystone Hts.. Fla. material. Do It yourself offer. Phone 782-333O. rfnchg. 1380IBWNftzer

110 E. Call St. like new. 473-2453. WsSAN;; 32656. 1/10 4tchg 1/31. MKT. PRICE :froaog and save. Installation TFpd. '
tfnchg 1/10 LADY OR COUPLE to live In available. Free estimates.HandyMan .
FT. RETAIL office
: SQ.
064-7923 Excellent location.or with elderly mother. Nice SALE PRICE 26.500 Fence Co. ,.

space. traffic Will privet homo. Salary. .*..1j59. 7FchgWATSON'S Bradfordminlstonw WI,....

........Jt ApplicationAre. divide.High Midway area.Shopping Phone Breaker 489-1039 31i Central Heat HOUSE OF '
'8 .1JS6.: VACUUMS brands
or l'chgl/l7. Many WorkLarce
Looking For A : Now Center.Bolt and For Tackle Info call 479-1993 Weeks Wl NEED A GOOD MAN to Carpet of new vacuums. Used or SmallLand

leiij. Taken superintend our plant. machines available. Pans
mobile HOllla1iC after 7 p.m. 12/29 tfn chg. Must .have knowledge of 1 ,Acre Lot and accessories for all 527 S. Water St.Slerk. !Fill

FOil Florida LOST Narrow I4K gold lumber manufacturing.Some vacuum. sysloim. 404. MVV cls --1
Fla. *
:SusclslNsw. 12.eo, iC Tlmei Union In'Aalrose | wedding band last let experience In production MKT. PRICE :5* *M- ; 10th) -Av... Gainesville, ;

'7.885. Delivered And iC paper route downtown Keystone area of Industrial SALE PRICE 2S.800- phone 376-711O. TFchg Ph. 864-82B6 WILBURWATERS
Keystonearea. within last throe weeks. ,
Sol Up. iSOO.OOOInventory pallets helpful. Reply:
MANIA HAY Argentina ,
:' To choose Phone 964 9169 Monday Reward offered. 4733193. Crown Central Lumber Co.. 6'xlO') Unit
=: highly fertilized. Phone
From thru Friday 9 a.m. to 5 2tchg 1/10-17 P.O. Box M Storke., Fla. 40 Acres Hwy 301 N. 9646071. TFchgBRICABRAC p.m. Must hove dependable 32091. ltchg 1/17. 10'xtO' Units 9..-.725 Bus.
: East Pslstks" iC and WANTEDi Mature woman % SHOPl Just
transportation NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS Mile Frontage :.....eg41 Ham.9f' .
Mobile Homo Seles. tIC post cash bond.MOBILE .needed. for child care In my for part-time night opening. Hwy 21 Nortn of 10'x20' Units

*326-1469 and 325-3907T: home MondayFridayS audit prefer mature. man. MKT PRICEMUMOK Keystone Hts. Ceramics,

********o -,iM p.m. Ages B. 11 end Minimum Wage. Phone SALE PRICE 39.70O Jewelry plaques dolls.other Items.Indian
IS. .
Wee.es negetleble.references. 964-6744. Itchg! 1/17. I
HOME 47S-709S even* Phone 473-7042. 7/26


GROCERY SHOPPING A FOR RENT Mother pit bull. father

DrillIng CHORE for you? Let me s- Wrap Around German Shepherd. Earn te

2" Thru Vr POLICIESAT coma pick up your list and PALMS APARTMENT Furnished Nov. IS. Make good catch 'I" .

deliver to your door. Call efficiencies and I .o Non Demand Note dogs security dogs etc.
Fast Rotary REASONABLERATES'Hunt for appointment. 475-1731. BR opts.. weekly or mon' S9O each. Call Pete Sparks 964-7828 ," N. Tomple

Drilling Equipment --------- ?tfnchg 117VACUUM thly. NEW FURNISHED. r'Zaro Financing 4B9-1614 New Diver area

STATE LICENSED Mints mobile STUDIOS. monthly only. Bradford County. 1/17 .to some III aredlerld seenap. .raw "-oM.

Sales 2313 N. Temple Storka. HWY 301 N. LAWTEY 712.H73 Itpd. I '2 bedroom I Vs be** home ee 1_ .toed spotless.tlenipten .

Pumps CLEANERS TFchg r _.
BestBuys TV. AC.' a... IB, 141, _.priced nsjpt.eensernneneee.Seretege .
New A UsedSallesPartsService Phone &84. eOe In The Country apartments utilities Included. Totally Correction OMlcer I. State Career Service position at -... ... I B, Ml. ... set... II........, .

Eleln. M. Olin Agent New Used Rebuilt furnished Weekly monthly WE PAY .. all male Institution, Quellflcatlens include! IB years ef 'Lewtey.1 ... IB. FB.sjsyi'pjissl kHcesss. I awe .tet.iMempten ;

rat... TiMPLI MOTEL. age. High School Diploma or G.E.D. Good character Deuele aside BIN. B NO. SB) es epprei. I car..

E-Z TermaPlumbing Klrbya, Royal 880 N, Temple Av.., SCRAP background, and .pass ego of State Examination. Crystal L.... X Be}. t B. ... DEt only 1 peers old, .
Filter QueenaHoovers. fork.. Phone 964-7397. 3.00 Ea. Salary range ((9.47-12,969 annually). 40 hour, shift lawtay 11III. M. W, .W.. M. isnlgjisd ........ elmestOewl

Eurekaa 9/20 7Fchq.TRAILER work week. CUT approved for Veterans (Equal Opportunity I O a sis acres, '. \IIMeed
IC P.epslr'srvk, FOR RENTl 2 Br, LUMIJBATTERIES i Employer/AMlnmstlve. Action Employer), Interestedpersons reesn. to grew* Stjej* tedft. *.. seep 1...../1,aem. .

Expert since 195? > partially furnished. canvenlent 23 Lb. ] should apply fe Personnel, Union Correction In.tltullon. home. Kitchen. .owe twtlMsss. SMS) sjpjsjisst. Mvge cemslr let

New Installation CEKTERPartraling I to shopping center. ALL OTHER P.O. Moof 221. lalford. Florida"32W3 (". ) with ..00.. Owner wrap.....Ksis iiie' > )FA 4494-mi. ,offer
4,11 'it
Remodeling Repair*. AIYem's No, pels no child,.". 431-1212 keursr ,vjleke
[I Molding RJI Phone 9e4-St1O. Itchg SILVER Butter. $ B.. M. (i*. iie a 4M .ksi% ,,

Kitchen Cabineta 3 Ml.'North SOT HIT. large reach style es.,......il.g :take. sWrtef. 2to I

rjMn! Tope paCounter Call 9946916MOBILE MOBILE rtOMIi furnished. seVm/2eetf .beee thnng nsewj endksre*eel.In "........ 3Nat.

I VariftlesFREE N $135 per month plus' S60dopa.lt. .tI'IMllln.' ft fILL WRT. .......... ..." ....... AN.W.. am, comer ........,.

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PUMPSUPPLY Phone 964B2B9.Itchg 836 N. Cell 44-MI4 efts*E .I .
I HOMKSCRVICr 1/17. o Owner.bee........Huge..&Om/$ book. .NPWIV home.Momla '
& I Large Or Small Jobs woo. but umm6 tf: Boxes.lom&4o powers -I... fteverything. I

Ii J ESTIMATES J POLISiqo -.- con 494..&SI. ..,..before. t
I : CHARGI i NURSE o Dozer Work
***$ Bradford County Hospital i earthing far ABMtOATesXEKherdBebsft

IVllCa..JOIIJlSOILI a Charge R,N. position.' Sto rtlng salary $ '
864 N. 1 aop AMI* it month. Good fringe benefits,. R.N.'s are ] Foundations. '. "W

with your current rate of pay 7 Why not .......II9>", AND*them. .944BSS4Aye

Temple Ave. 1 140 S. Thompeon SL pj see what we have to offer. Contact DI,.. '-Top Soil Godwin.944.Mff ........aI.....,.....6179 I

Starke Fla. I! Old Coca Cols plant Bradford County Hospital $fork., ....- John longfere).....tMt \IRK Wem COMM: .*...17..
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Page lOB January 17, 1980

I Loaded Dunnellon Makes 'KillS Victim: Number Seven & Eight: I

Dunnellon's loaded Tigers roared gap to 30-29 with Just under four made 'em play our game," Boat-. 'Jm : '. ', { d' .. )
past !Keystone to a pair of 20 point minutes in the half. That was the In' wrlght said: elaborating that "we ,. :,, : .i t : (" .I. : ;. ,
wins last week, dropping the Indiansto dian's last gasp as Sibbald hit three were patient and set up our offense. .YIr. \ = ':
3-7 while upping their own report shots before halftime and Dunnellon They like to run it up the court and i"J? ":: :\w 't :.: : \
card to a gaudy B-l. entered the locker room up 42-31. gun It." That's what Dunnellon did in I -, :':.-: ,
The Tigers, with 10 of their 12 In the second half the shooter-rich the middle frames, outscoring .'.-., .:-':.-':..
players also members of their two- Tigers bombed from the wings and Keystone 66-33 to take a 79-43 lead Into. -- .--'.
time state football title machine, lost led by McKeever outleaped Keystoneon the final quarter. "I don't think they
early In the season to Inverness the offensive boards to coast to the could be any hotter," Brummitt .. ."'-
Citrus with the football players busy win. declared,admitting that a rash of tur- : :::
with the playoffs but have not been Highlights for Keystone were novers against the press didn't help"matters. '
seriously challenged since. University Dyal s defense and 17 point-seven rebound -'
of Florida football sfgnees Roger night and the floor-scraping Guard Eddie Dyal found the hectic' ,
Sibbald and Vito McKeever showed hustle of Derrick Carr and Kenny pace to his liking, nailing eight of the t
they're not just football players,combining Jennings. Carr ended with 13 points Indians 18 free throws for a team-high
for 69 points In the two games and five rebounds with Jennings ad- 20 points,. and wing-man Morrey
with some dazzling shooting. ding eight points and Gaglio recording Cravey dropped'in 10 fielders for 22
"They're awfully tough," KHHS 10. points. Derrick Carr added 11
Coach Ron Brummitt praised after Dunmlkm. 22 20 21 M IIIe.'n markers and Grady Erotic 10 while
Dunnellon followed a 102-82 Friday 14 17 U |16 63 three Tigers hit 20 points or better and
night win in Dunnellon with an 83-63 DVMMUON mH... tmtmmn w. Bawd II.Mmnim four were in double digits.
decision in Keystone Tuesday night. I..lti..m,.tlmiiuin. 4...<-..Milter K....... M M U 27 12 ,
4.Omutnii I,a...,..I,_.._/.Mdmi4.ilte ,
Brummitt overlooked his own team'smistakes DvnmllM U M 33 20 102

momentarily to 5UY17On.- /...te .. ..... I'. COT M, O..tto. '.. mvlTOMMMte *.... CMrIMtt ..11.. C..y
acknowledge Dunnellon's)) power."Nobody's nr/.w.tt..Jaiinlmi I.Cfwmy.. Drrf ....... ttatU. .|.y. _.. s..... w
ll.TOTAL MIM1.l.nmm
gonna beat 'em unless eun.uAo".. at-lf., ........, MM.M .
they can play 'em man-to-man. Theycan Dunnellon 102. Keystone 82 ---...-....I4.11w.w..1./...-,
really shoot It." 1.....MMw!.*.., **>....I,_l....
"I think that was only the second
time I've ever had somebody break v
Dunnellon 83 Keystone 63 the century mark on me." ----------------

With KHHS shooting only 38 percent So said !Keystone Heights High OldTimer's'SoftballIs'
from the field and committing 24 tur- coach Ron Brummitt after watching a PossibilityThe
novers the Tigers rolled to the second talented Dunnellon eclipse his Indians
easy win Tuesday night. and the 100 point mark with a blister- Starke Recreation Department
Grady Bostic's bucket from the top Ing shooting display Friday night In I Is announcing the possibility of starting
of the key tied the game 2-21n the first Dunnellon.The Tigers shot 66 percentIn an Old Timers Softball Leaguefor i
minute but that was the last time a 53 point second half a no-holds- men aged 35 and up. Using a 16
KHHS was even. Roger Sibbald and barred shoot-'em-up 16 minutes. "We Inch ball Instead of the traditional
Ricky Easman, who both ended with wanted to see who could get the Softball Is also to be discussed.
18 points, put on a first half outside highest I guess,"Brummitt chuckled, If you are interested in the leagueor .. r
shooting display as the visitors work- looking for the humor In what he have a team that would be in-
ed out to a 20-8 lead with 1:59: to go in would term a learning experience."We terested in forming such a league con- Tigers Were Rugged Inside
the first period. could have held them under 100 if tact the Rec. Department at 864-6792.
KHHS worked back to within eight we really wanted to but it would have If enough interest is shown there will As their coach quickly pointed out Dunnellon'8-1 Tigers aren't tall but KHHS
when Eddie Dyal fed Vinnie Gaglio meant slowing the game down... and be an organizational meeting late In can vouch for their Inside muscle and leaping ability. Here Indian Derrick Carr
for an inside goal with three seconds at that point we were running our offense February to discuss rules, league Cra"ey.KHHSCedar tries to.match Inside power with Tiger AI Miller.Keystone's number 35 Merry (Dyaling) for Defense:

to go in period one. Then, KHHS put like we want to." organization, fees, etc. Indian guard Eddie I
on a charge in the second period. Indeed, the Indians outscored the Dyal puU'the'
stop on Dunnelliin '
Gaglio scored inside again and after hosts 27.20 In the fourth quarter. The lending!!: scorer
the 5-10 Dyal skied to slap a Sibbald's first quarter was also good to KHHS, Game A ReunionFriday Ricky Kasman on this play but)Ihr\
Key referee said a foul. went with :th,
layup away Derrick Carr worked In- the Indians grabbing a 20-16 lead In
side for a three point play that cut the *... fi-/loht minas'_.* "Ro ans we block. Moment earlier l\al rpjrelr- |
a Roger Sibbald shot cleanly.
night's Keystone Heights years," Brummitt responded when stepping onto the Sharks newly resurfaced .
versus Cedar Key boys varsity prodded, not wishing to blow his own floor during a game and was
basketball game at the Indians gym horn. "That was just a super basket- chased back to his seat by a woman
. ObituariesRoland won't decide any conference title. It ball community back then. We were fan. "She must have moved In since I Starke Still Has
won't even count towards district In the old Riverland Conference (with left... she sure didn't know me," Exercise ClassesThe
seedings. But for one principle in the Bell. Bronson, Trenton, Chiefland Brummitt remembered with a
Lewis Anderson 80 Funeral services were held Friday, contestKHHS coach: Ron Hawthorne, and Melrose). The con laugh." Stark Recreation Depart
Roland Lewis Anderson age 80, Jan. 11, In the Park of the Palms Brummitt- is a very meaningfulgame. ference played 6-man football Excuse him if Brummitt looks with ment's morning exercise classes are
Gainesville, died Jan. 9, at his Chapel with Mr. John Meyer officiating. because the schools were so small, even more zeal towards this year's second free and open to the public. I .
residence. had Burial was in Keystone It is the latest edition in a reunion that was the first I'd ever seen it. A meeting of the two clubs. It is at The classes meet Tuesday! and
Brooker Mr. Anderson
been Born in resident of Heights Cemetery, with DeWitt C. that has been nearly bi-annual for couple of schools went to the 12-man Cedar Key in the season-ender Thursday mornings, from 9:30.10:30:
Gainesville.a long-time He member of the Jones Funeral Home in charge of the Brummitt. He started his Florida game so we dropped football, then February 22, and as usual a seafood a.m. for regular classes, and
was a -
University Lutheran Church. Mr. arrangements. coaching career at the class A coastal they dropped baseball. All that was feast followed by a lazy respite at the 10'30-11:30: : a.m. for aerobic !dance.
Anderson was a retired Meteorologistwith school and carries dear friendshipsand left was basketball and track: and the museum or seashore Is planned. "I do
the U.S. Weather Service, State fond memories into each rendez- people were just crazy about basket- enjoy taking the kids down there for
Climatologist for Florida and Truman M. Pinkston vous with the Sharks and their the day." Typewriters ;
Engineering instructor with the followers. Brummitt steered the The Indians also visit 6-4 Munu.il& Electric
University of Florida. Mr. Truman M. (Preacher) Sharks to one state championship, a "I really enjoy It, still see some of Hawthorne Saturday a team Brum IIHt.-l! !>.|:|:.VI.-ll
Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Pinkston,70.of Rt.2 Lake Butler died second at state, two Region titles, and the fellows I coached and have mitt said"is always a challenge down The Office Shop
Emily Anderson, Gainesville; three Thursday morning, Jan. 10, at his five District and conference.crowns in friends." This really is a freindly there," and go to 9-2 and seventh- 1 IIIIU. Cull St.
daughters, Mrs. Josephine Gay, In- home following an extended illness.A a row In seven years. rivalry.. Except maybe that one time ranked Baldwin Tuesday night, Jan. 111I1-1411 i iott"
dialantic, Fla., Mrs. Jacqueline lifelong resident of Lake Butler, "They were some phenomenal in Cedar Key when Brummitt erred In 22.

Lewis, Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Mr. Pinkston was employed by the >r
Geraldine Gregory, Bradenton; one University of Florida In the
brother, Harmon Anderson, St. maintenance department until his
Petersburg and eleven grandchildren retirement. He was a veteran of WW
II,a member of the State Fox Hunters
Funeral services were held Friday, Association and a member of Sardis
Jan. t 11, at 2:30: p.m. in the New Hope Baptist Church of Worthington Spr-
Baptist Church with Rev Roger E. ings.
Kronmann officiating. Burial was in Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs.
New Hope Cemetery, with Johnson- Ethel Pinkston of Lake Butler; one
Hayes Funeral Home of Gainesvillein brother Henry Pinkston of Lake
charge of arrangements.Mrs. Butler; one sister, Mrs. Alva Wycheof
Gainesville and several nieces and

: : l.orralneJordan
Vary Malloy. Funeral
services were held Satur-
t>i day, Jan. 12.In Sardis Baptist Churchat
Mrs. Mary Lorraine Jordan Malloy,
Worthington with Rev.
62 died at her home in Putnam Hall, Springs
T.H. Waters, Rev. Victor Nickersonand
Jan. 6.
Sunday Rev. Alvin Lane officiating.
Mrs. native of Sanford
Malloy was a -
Burial followed in Douglas
and had lived in the Putnam Cemetery
under the direction of Archer Funeral
Hall for the 40 She
area past years.
Home of Lake Butler.
was a practical nurse having workedat
the Glendale Hospital in Palatka
and the Florida School for the Deaf
Survivors include: one son, Benny ;
Ray Jordan East Palatka; one
grandson. Jerry Turner Melrose;
two grand daughters, Mrs. Kendall
Johnson Orange, Texas and Miss Fri.-Sat.-Sun.
Lynn Jordan, Palatka, and three dN

great Funeral grandchildren.services were held We Are Clearing Out Winter

Wednesday Jan. 9, in the Masters

Rev Funeral Earl Home Thompson in Palatka of the Assembly with the ). Merchandise To Make Way ForSpring

of God Church in Keystone Heights officiating -
The burial was in Keystone & Summer Wear th n9
Heights Cemetery. Masters Funeral c
Home in Palatka were in charge of ar WALTDISNEYS Wine
rangements.James. o{
Stork *oe

Manning.: >* Entice -
James E. Manning age 48, of St. BEAtifY
Augustine died at his residence :c Q
Saturday following a 5 year Illness.
Born in Deland. Sept. 20. 1931. Mr. f
Manning moved to St. Augustine in
1968 from South Bend Indiana. His
parents were the late James Manning Goofy SportSpectacular
and Florence Muse. He was a tree
surgeon operating the Manning Tree
Co. until illness forced his retirement

3 years ago.SUr'ioyol'S.
Include: his wife. Jeanne 301 DRIVE-IN
Fisk Manning: two sons Danny
Smith, Coldvtater. Mich. and Randy Fri & Sat..Plus. il5O01j.
Manning. SI Augustine; six '

daughters.Manning Missy Roxanne Manning Smith.and Debbie Renee Ckies*WTicfe Back? r .' Tops & > Vinyl Coats

Hodges all of St. Augustine Darlene Iqe -;
Hall INo addressi.and Cindy Truitt. Flannel Shirts
Darien. Ga.. three brothers: three = Pants dear
sisters and five grandchildren. Pants
Graveside funeral services were ANIMAL GtS
held Tuesday. Jan. 15. in Macedonia '
Cemetery. Macclenny with Rev. Ad Dates Good
LeRoy Olive officiating DeWitt C.
Funeral Home of Starke In a a' Jan.
Jones was 17
charge of arrangements.Leo f
f: *, Thru

.\Ieru"I. oLeo ,'Jan. 20'I'
Meeuws. age 80. died Tuesday F. M.
in the
morning Clay Memorial
: Hospital in Green Cove Springs. Born _
in Rotterdam Holland Feb. 13. 1899 Sun MonTHE
I Mr. Meeuws moved to Keystone G' C __
Heights Park of the Palm. 10 years

1 ago from Hollywood. Fla. He was a ... iff
i retired window washer for the U.S. SCREAMING A CGGCG.C' CCG. CC
Navy; and a member of the Park of '
the Palms Church. 4i '

(, Survivor. include: his wife Agnes '' f aiii1ily'ceiiterS
mtmn Starke Fla.
$ Meeuws: two sons Leo Daniel ** ,
Meeuws of Little Neck.N.Y.and John PIUSNursa .
David Meeuws of Huntington Station,
N.Y.; and several grandchildren. Sharri

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