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 24, 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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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

lout Year STARKE.FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy
Section A 27th Issue Thursday,... .. 24,1980 U8P3 M2-7M

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Unable to get school board action to the Monday night meeting Casey "This possibly is alright- ," put in
r I lower requirement for a manager of said he'd advertised the business board member Patricia Spengler
business affairs Supt.Tom Casey has manager position but had only one applicant then asked if the change In the statusof
recommended that business Instructor which he chose not to hire. Requirements the business manager would affect
Mike Reddish be named to outpost now call for"a bachelor's the request for an assistant
: the .' degree in business administration .superintendent
almost i 1,0000ohigherr than reduced with a minimum of two years of field 'That's a separate Item (on the
salary the superintendent recom experience In work directly related to agenda)." said Supf.: Casey.
;mended. the school 1 business management "Yes but it would influence.."
The school board declined to act function." Casey's proposed change Mrs. Spengler added.'
Monday night, Jan.21,on recommendations adds "or three years experience in "You say you're saving money up
: to lower qualifications for a School Finance Department" lop but you go down and spend It on
business manager or to establish a "This is this the bottom," said Chairman Gaskins,
a large business
,'position for an assistant superintendent school system. I don't know If it referring to the $11,000 saving on the
Supt. Casey apparently! decided should be without business business manager and the 121,780
after the meeting to give the
salary an assistant superintendentsee
said board member Vernon
recalcitrant school board what It manager -
Parmenter."I .
wants-business manager to walk In
of former business don't think It should be," said SCHOOL BOARD. page 3A
path Chairman Arthur Gaskins.
who resigned bat
September to go into private
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,business A special. school board meeting has Local Citizens InvitedTo
been called ror.7pm. today
I (Thursday Jan. 24) for the board to
.consider Supt Casey's recommendation :
Keep On Rockin' to employ Reddish as director of
business affairs. No names were attached I Legislative HearingThis
These kids could probably write a book on "How to Stay endless.Here a few of the rock-a-thoners demonstrate the to the position changes the
Awake for IS Hour*' Things to doc play chess, eat runaround various methods. From left to right: Jimmy Joiner Terry school board was asked to make Monday
In the cold night air'take S-muiute catnaps, watch Goodge. Sheree Shlnn. Brian Clark and Tom Pierce. Edna night; Supt. Casey called the

old band films, play.--percussion- Instruments-the list la- Martin Is the diligent chaperone. special meeting meeting. after Monday night's Friday at 1 p.m.

Reddish an 11-year veteran of the
Bradford school system currently Is
supervisor of the Job Entry Program Bradford County citizens are Invited the bill has been through two
i iT iw5 and teaches two social studies to the annual legislative hearing legislative sessions.
classes.He has a bachelor's degree in scheduled for Friday Jan. 25, at 1 "The bill as it is now leaves us
The Beat Goes On business administration and a p.m. in the Bradford County Cour- worse off than we were three years
master's degree In business and Is thouse. ago," said Shuford, referring to the
I Entertaining yourself for 18 hours certified school administration and The legislative delegation hearing S40.000 estimated cost of having an
, could be. a. problem, but It looks like supervision. Reddish Is the son of sheDouglas .< Is designed to allow citizen and localrranent ... ,
}MoMxoVoHHiU-litftt.urai)'figured .oat...*.;.?wi.-Sherllf f'd:1 Aeddistx-w'. w es r.. .... official input before the -' '.
watch television and listen to the ",' was used to head the J..T.t. Legislature goes into session CPA bill mandates that each county
i stereo at the same time. That would' I finance department and as the April 8.Any pay for Its own audit.
C v keep anyone awake (left) ,board's negotiator In bargaining with specific questions or requests "Mostly I'm going to listen to what
the teacher union. Casey's recommendations can be directed to Rep. Frank other people have to sayI really
rf Jeff Cowens obviously Just couldn'teven ; would have given the Williams. D-Crystal Lake who don't know what the other commissioners -
keep up the appearance of tay- school system a finance director and represents District 25 In the House of have in mind. And of course
Ing awake right) an assistant superintendent.Casey Representatives; Senator Buddy we will want to protect our own In-
insisted the two position MacKay, D-Gcala, representing terests" Shuford said.
changes have nothing to do with each District 6 in the Florida Senate; and Jimmy Alvarez, county property
other. The board figured the changeswere Senator Pete Skinner, D-Lake City appraiser said he will merely updatethe
related.' who represents District 8 in the state legislative delegation on the progress
Questioned by the school board at Senate. of the tax assessment tattle
This year county officials are say with the Department of Revenue.
ing they have no specific legislationthey For the most part the hearing Is for
want to discuss but are more citizen Input, said Rep. Williams. He
prepared to listen to their represen- said he didn't have any specific
19-Year-Old tatives. legislature he wanted to discuss but
County Clerk Gib Brown said he' was more interested in what local
hasn't even really thought about the government officials have to say
Found Guilty Issues he could discuss and added
41'h "I'm just going to play it by ear."
'The only thing I know right off that mJe mOWn aIrier
Of TheftA we're going to ask about is the road
itt signs the state painted and made a
19-year-old MaMville man was mess of." said County CommissionerDave
found guilty Tuesday on charges of Shuford. "We want to see If the
burglary of a structure and grand state will correct their mistakes on
theft by a six-member jury in circuit the road signs."
court. Shuford said he would like to know
Richard Edmond Laprell was more about the CPA
charged with breaking into Gerrard's the county to pay for Publicthat's and
Molds in Lawtey on May 7 and break. know as the Certified
Ing into a safe taking some old coins. bill,or CPA bill), but noted that
Circuit Judge R.A. "Buzzy" Green probably nothing can be done since
Jr. withheld sentencing until a pre-
sentence investigation is completed.
Other trials going on this week Include
Bruce D. Movers, 20, a former C of C Banquet
Lawtey Correctional Institute .IIIOA Y.JAN 25 -
employee charged with Introduction Tin SALE
of contraband. Moyers trial was ongoIng Saturday o-A"C......
at press time. Community State Bank
was arrested Aug 15 for illegally ,1oft4e lank
bringing eight grams of marijuana The annual meeting and banquet of 4 p.m..4 p.m.
into the prison. the Starke-Bradfora Chamber of
S Scheduled for trial on Thursday Is Commerce Is on tap this Saturday. SATURDAY.JAN 1mi
,4 Robert Steve Bryan 28, of Waldo. He Jan 26, at the Starke Golf and Coun- SALT
t .. Is charged with aggravated battery In tryClub. .Orw Ami 4-M Club
connection with the beztlng of The banquet opens at 6:30 p.m. with Itckerd

year-old newspaper carrier. a social: hour. Dinner will be servedat ..JOe......DrugsGrove"..........
And the Sandman Cometh. Charles A. Morris. A Florida 7:30: p.m.Anyone .
.. Sheila Anderson, Melissa Gay LeVance Gay Frank !!II..-' Times-Union carrier was beaten In wishing to attend la askedto
After 13 hours of rocking staying awake becomes .., mono hidden*, Anna Wallace. Denise Griffin Kevin Randolph -' the early morning hours on Sept. 28 make reservations by phoning the Oak Your Own
almost Impossible task. On verge of sleep arc (clockwise) Paula Anderson, and Shawn Hart (foreground). while he was delivering papers to the Chamber office 8M- 2'I8. Steak, Supper
Majlk Market on Orange and Madison Ray Norman, excecutive at the 4tM f.M.
Streets. Community State Bank, will be Installed ..Lodge
Calvin Martin 22. of 1324 as president of the Chamber
BHS Rockers RaiseMoney .' Charles Ct., is scheduled for trial on for i960. MONDAY. JAN.n
Friday Jan. 25. Martin was arrested Benton Futch of DeWItt C. Jones BRADFORD COUNTY
Aug.24 and charged with breaking into Funeral Home will be Installed as HOSPITAL AUXIUARVtiM
'i Buddy Thompson's garage on Old president-elect. Mrs. Hazel Hardy r JM.Vwrtwtt .
For New'Band Uniforms Lawtey Road and taking tools and a will be Installed as secretary. : Staw StM Noes.jIIISDAr. .
firearm. In addition the banquet will feature.the :

: Kiln g Griffis 52, was scheduled to Installation of six members on Its .JAN. MM.
'. "" face trial for unemployment compen- board of governors. Reelected to the ?

There are all sorts of way to raise money for particular The art of staying awake for 18 hours truly became an art sation fraud. pending dismissedthe board in recent Jess Wolbert balloting and were retired'Florida. local ,12.110.ClNkiny ars4 Baal".M.: ..
cause and the band students Bradford High for students used to their nightly sleeps To stay awake charges restitution by attorney, ......'.Day SdwclHIM. 1
Bank at Starke President
School came up with a rather Innovative way to raise funds'for there were three stereos, one television, all sorts of games GrlUJa.. Peek New board members .,Chwrah M.MAOfORD .
their new band uniforms-rocking. ; 'and five-minute breaks each hour. Woodfin said when he Jimmy ,.
No that's not rock'n'roll but rocking, as in rocking 'came in at 10 p.m. Friday, lot of the students went nod elected are Linda Lawson John COUNTY
Floyd Settle and Andy Jordan. -
chair. About 30 band students got'together Friday evening ding off so he had them run around outside in the cold air. Index. ,Smith. ZONING SOAJtO MISTING
at 7 p.m. for a marathon rocking chair l session. The Idea One student took five-minute catnaps "which of'course .. > Awards to honor local outstanding, is"P.M.
came from students Theresa Bauldree and Brian Clarks; would have been: longer had no one come to rouse him."There citixens ana C-'r Cewt Nowr
for citizenship
who had been In rock-a-tilOlUl'lIefore. c .- TWO SECTION
humanitarian service will also be announced -
Students found to donate hour" ; were Io- problems at were' SECTION Al at the with Courtesy Of
sponsors) money for each discipline all-they banquet.Anyone
* they rocked. According to Mike Woodf.BUS band dec, more or less glued to their seats so we didn't have any problenuuThere ..?..?.......... .. Pa eIA' suggestions of persons deserving of', ""
tor, donors gave._ai. T' jr*..ffanvlvjjjaeiits{ to a dollar;.an ",were a few live wires who- .kept.. hopping- out of .......... .St....*.. l.at.1IASKCTION community awards is asked to pbotw .' "JIClseIIIILDUIQaPPLY
hour. their seats Woodfin said. the Chamber office M4-U78.
Total amount donated was $14204-.1J'01; < ,In addition to the rock-a-thon,band student are planning, Program for the banquet will be a Of Stark.
Wood/In said students were t told to bring their own si flea market car wash, "sporadic" bake sales, the ongoing ._ ....mUSports. aW.M7a.1. slide snow of new buildings and Hwy lot s. 864-6078
goodies-food and drink-but several parents brought in pizzas newspaper drive and anything else they can think of to C'-"IH.' pages....... Fee. .$1118,11,111, businesses In the county over the past lCeyo MM HvlgAtS
: coffee and other edibles. McDonald's served breakfast'r raise money to replace the band uniforms. .that. shrunk; during ';" OMtiMri..,......t'." Page 31118,48, several years.There wW be formal '- ..Hwy 1OO Antf f-A
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to the rockers for a reduced, .price. Woodfin said.. I the homecoming parade rains. speaker. ,4734873t


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH Jaaiury 21,1155Comprehensive

I Land Use Plan Accepted/try* f City Zoning' Board I IA.

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comprehensive use plan was The plan has 'been in the works for "While the plan will provide a guide North Central Florida Regional Planning quest be approved. 'The motion was .Albert Longchantp,. Buford Mitchell
unanimously adopted< Thursday more than a year.It is required by all for the development of the city Council indicated he would meet unanimously passed,- with several and Clermont Bizler requestedthe
night.Jan. 17, by the Starke Planning cit1:96l county governments! under a mechanisms are included to allow the the engineers and commission commission members saying the commission close several streets
and Zoning Commission and it wa by the state legislature city commission to change. the plan secretary in February to review, the change in zoning would be in compliance and replat some property owned by
recommended the city eomnusaioTadopt from time to time, either the plan at its neat regular << Initiative or at the request" of citizens and would eliminate spot zoning.A the commission replied It could takeno
meeting. toe July un deadline to July 1880. to change the plan."Crosby noted. Peterson did complain about a action until the property had been
proposed subdivision that Is being proposed subdivision plat was Inspected,
The plan was called a "good _" TIle Intent of the ewnprehensivt constructed across from her property. presented by Wayne Douglas, who
by Mary Ellen Peterson who attended plan is to provide guidelines for A major review of the plan by the .She said utilities should be improved asked for the commission's approval Longchamp asked that Middleton.
the public hearing along with three meeting the challenges presented by Planning Commission is scheduled before the development goes In, without any requirements for ctreet Herlong and Long Streets between
other citizens."I future growth of the state.The Starke every five years and it will also be noting existing drainage cannot han paving by the owner. Douglas indicated Thompson and Clark Streets be clos-
feel these plans are a right foundation plan, as all others details the city's reviewed by the Planning Commission die the run-off she said the sloping financial reasons prevented ed; that dark Street be closed begin-
," the former city commission present and projected needs for and city each time a coning or land makes water run onto her pro him from paving the streets. ning approximately 70 feet south of
candidate said. potable water sanitary sewer land use change is requested. perty. Middleton Street; and tu change
drainage, solid waste,utilities, public The request was denied 4-1 after a Clark Street by halving it run east 105
"If we had had these plans:10 yean building, recreation and ago, I wouktnt have to be here conservation inter-governmental can be changed as the scene changes reminded Mrs. Peterson with the willegar was the lone voter in south of Middleton Street and south to
tonight" she added. coordination capital improvements! in Starke., Crosby said. "The plan adoption of subdivision regulations Douglas favor. The unpaved streets Long Street.
program, and capital budget land win enable people to make decisions developers would have to provide were cited as the main reason for tur-
Now that the commission has seat use,transportation and housing.As based upon the best information they minimal utilities facilities which ning down the request Longchamp also asked the property
the plan to the city council,two public welTas showing the current have available." would solve the problem.Commission Douglas thanked the commissionfor owned by Longchamp t Associates in
hearings will be set for comments. situation\ the plan attempts to predict members were their time and understanding and Knight's Subdivision be replatted to
During the GO to the hear the amount and ings. copies of days be sent to vices the city will have to provide for comprehensive plan by the dicated it wanted the city engineers to same way had be been on the commission dicated the larger lots would comply
the county the North Central Florida Its citizens the year 2000. deadline the law provides that the review the proposed subdivision with existing zoning regulations of
Regional Planning Council and the county's comprehensive plan shall regulations before they were adopted.In R-lC.
state for their comments.-.agencies "Adoption of the comprehensiveplan govern. If a county does not comply
however, cannot change the will cause no startling changes with the act, then the state will other business the commission: Tbe commission unanimously approved Commission members agreed the
Starke plan only comment. After the said Al Crosby the city planning prepare a comprehensive plan for it Approved a rezoning request for the request of Ralph Bryan changes would be an Improvementover
hearings, the city should adopt the and toning official and secretary to and its nonconforming cities. the Glen Reed Estates making all property and William Powell to have their the existing plat, with the exception
plan. the Planning Cominissioo. Harlie Sanderson, planner for the zoned A (agricultural) lying nine-acre parcel east of the Seaboard of closing Herlong Street, if the
south of Wilson Road and east of Coastline Railroad rezoned to R-1C changes would Incur no problems
Parker Street reclassified as R-1A (single family,medium density).The with utilities .
(single family very low density). land I Bid Awarded to Pave 5 Streets in Reno AreaCity The approval came after much family residential, low density. an inspection be made of the propertyand
discussion in which land use, \if there were'no complicationswith

commissioners unanimously grant," Lucas said,adding\ Vallen The contract documents will be drainage and utilities were.COli- Bryan assured the commission the the utilities the commission
land would be drained
sidered. Commission member Walter' properly would act on the request as soon as
awarded Tuesday night in a special court agreed, extra construction received in a week to 10 days. Lucas before lots were sold for construction. i I
Wescott made the motion that the re- possible.
meeting a contract to Vallencourt could possibly be done with the remaining said, after which a pre-construction
Paving,of Jacksonville,for the resurfacing money. conference will be held. Commissioners -
and paving of five streets department heads, the
under a S310.000 Housing and Urban Roads to be newly paved are engineers and the construction firm I
Development grant. Chestnut. Oak and Upon the recommendation of con: Old Lawtey Road will be relieved contract. Commissioner Vernon k
sulting engineer Jim Lucas with Beav from SR-.. to Crum Street and the Silcox set the pre-construction
sant. Hammock fc Ruckman, com Wary Street Canal will cleaned and meeting for 6 p.m. on Feb. S.
missioners agreed to award the contract : widened. Previously sidewalk construction After the conference, work should Th. Mayor and Commission of the City of Stark., propose to file an application to I
to the lowest bidder of five bidders along Old Lawtey Road was begin within two weeks.A spokesmanfor
VaUencourt bid $79.818 for the to be included in the work; however VaUencourt said work on this project the D.partm.nt of Housing and Urban Development for a Community Dwvlopm Ii
resurfacing and paving of five streetsin the additional work: would cost more should begin by the middle 01"ebnIary. Block Grant for Fiscal Year 1980.
the HID; target area (Reno sec limn what is allocated, Lucas said. I
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Community Development Block Grant Funds or. intended to wither benefit low and I
Other bids which were open at the
commission's regular meeting last Holidays Costly to Hospital modwrat Income person or servo to prevent or eliminate slums and blights.
Tuesday Jan. 19, came in at: John C.
Hipp Construction Co.. 8S.9M;
Dickerson, Inc.. of Jacksonville, In a minute meeting Monday the mites on it, needs to be replaced. He Pursuant to the regulation of the Department of Housing and Urban Development a
$112.389 and Jensen Inc. of Bradford board said a station would be the best
; County Hospital was wagon
Jacksonville... told it lost approximately $14.000 in choice in light of the energy situation. public hearing will be held. at the RJE GYM. 6:00 P.M., on February 5. I960 to

holiday pay over the Christmas and Board members said they would approve receive public comment and citizen participation In the development of the application
Lucas told Commissioners Ted New Year's holidays the purchase request pending .
Oglesby. Charles Schaefer and Ver- further specifications for the for federal assistance.

non Silcox at the special meeting the Marcus Drewa, president of the automobile.
base bid was set at $82,000. so VaUen- Jacksonville Methodist Hospital Hospital Administrator Dave Libby
court's bid was within the base bid. Foundation, Inc. said this year was told board members the request for
particularly bad because the holidaysfell the new X-ray machine will go before
'About$95.000 has been committedto in the middle of the week. the executive committee of the I
the repaying, resurfacing and Drewa also told board members thehospital Hospital Services Agency in SIX WAYS
restructuring: of roads from this \ van which has over M.OOO Gainesville on Jan. 28. I I


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3 Obligation of after U S. Governmertt agencies and coroontiona. :3
4 OMigationt ol State and political eubdnntfens m trw It is tile Second Step in the t l', 4
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6 Federal. funds sold' and aecuntie purchased under 1Ded. After the executive commit-Abby coo s How much your phone
7. a. loans. Total excluding unearned income lee approves the 1b. 7t
) request, it "" costs depends partly on how
I In: allowance for possible ban .losses before the entire 1 HS.A board d dine K: Yo' 7b '!!
use it
tors an< Co loans. 11.1 the Ita 6L LAbby COUld 66? 7c
B Lease Knancing __ hot estimate as to when the a s So here are six easy ways
9 Bank praises. furniture and ItMture and.) other a ed new.giveZra be instilleban c-: 9 you can talk up some real
10 .Rtal. asr.I. owned other .man bank premwes e "ii i the Hid lIOIIIe *etural) w 10 all saw savings.
11 All other aueta before the machine hospital are needed 11 I 1.1JiaI it yourself and save.
12 TOTAL ASSETS (turn of Morris 1 tHru try X-ray ".iastalled. The irr 12 Direct dialed calls less
room wall moat be / cost
LIABILITIES in tile old set 1 than
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11 Demand OXxatJle of individual* pairrnenXipa. and corporations .
14 Time and aa.wps depowtf ol akin ".... pwtnemhips.. and eorporatiORS) 14 -IMIL operator.
15 Oepouts of Unwed Slates Oe-nii en II . l 15 =. 2.Call during<>!f.peakcaJl-
18. Dec>otola of Safes and polrhc subdnnwon4 n the limned States IS _:, :.-.1. ing times.: Longdistance rates
17 All other depxwttIS .or. 17 are lower after 5 pan week
CerMed and oAoers* check . ,. It days,, all day Saturday and
19 Total Dopowt p m.
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b Total MM and saving depoeitsi . . 72? 190 Hav Keep your calls brief.
20 Federal Hinds Purchased and tecuntw sold' under egieemem repurchaee 20 Y a dock within easy
21 .tnterecvbeenngj deroand note (note balances) lamed to Hie U S. Tieaaury and view of your phone helps. 1
a/w kobdntss for borrowed money . :. .:.e 21 4.Don't pay for mistakes.
22. _gage mdeateanei, and liability for utttaJized I less" ':.e }} If reach
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c Other feme aapoeit m amount of S1O30OO or more 1" 1C that M800" numbers are toll
2. Aoeraoe for. 30 calendar days (or calendar month) endmg with report dale free.
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Alvarez Tells of Effort b1idive -A&jsey Mdiit: ;Level I

Plans of the Florida Property meeting the appraisers association statewide to get the proposed amendment assessments\ were placed at 85.9 percent j
Owners Association to obtain voted for the lower. assessment.rite on the November ballot.,the by the DOR, which is considerably .
i signatures on statewide petitions at the same time limiting local county] appraiser said I I' above the estimated slate I
seeking a referendum on a constitutional government growth ,to live percent i Alvarez also discussed problems average of 62 percent :
.. r amendment dropping the property plus any taxes received from new faced by county appraisers as a resultof
assessment rates to 65 percent construction. To exceed either the being under state agency regula- Following a conference with DOR ,
i In 1981 were discussed by Bradford growth limit or the present 10-mlU tions.!Bradford is one of 19 Florida in Tallahassee last week, Alvarez '
t a County Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez ata cap on tax levies,a referendum wouldbe counties cited' by the Department of said he and his staff found numerous
meeting of the Bradford-Union required. Revenue In early December as falling Inconsistencies In methods used by J
1S County Board of Realtors last Thursday The appraisers'group will launch a "unaeceptat>ly'f below the 100 percent DOR in computing values here. He
night. petition drive In every county to obtain of "just value In property appraisalsas also said there were differences In '
I Alvarez said that at a recent the 255,653 signatures. needed called for,by: state law: Bradford some Instances between the way his ,
t office computed the percentage of I
swamp land In an agricultural tract
S t and the method used by DOR. He said "

.+nl 32 Qualify for Demo Executive Committee. PostsIn county the state later agency and would review return these to dif the i

o) t, ferences in an effort to resolve the I

., 't',"!., Unprecedented Show of Political Interest .
Cecelia Terwillegar president. in- I
,.' traduced Atvsrez ana announced thatthe I
f In an unprecedented show of Unopposed Slate Republican Slate presentation of the charter of the
7 1I1\!,,A' political interest 32 candidates Candidates qualifying without op- Only four candidates qualified for Bradford-Union Board of Realtors,
qualified for places on the Bradford position are: the SO! positions on the County Jnc will be made Thursday, Feb. 14,
: County Democratic Executive Com- Pet 1 Michael Paul Shemer and Republican Executive Committee. at the Starke Golf & Country Club.
p mittee before the qualifying deadlineat Martha W. Dorko, both of Lawtey. Thwere: The charter will be presented by
\ noon Tuesday. Pet 2 Jimmie Lee Scott and Hernia Pet 1-Janet M. Sterling Lawtey. Parker C.:Banzhaf. president of the
Was L. Sherman, both of Lawtey. Pet. t Richard E. > and Florida Association of Realtors, who
welty ,
4.i ,'. Another record was set when ten Incumbent will be accompanied to the meeting
Pct. 4 George H. Pierce and Welty both of Starke.:
members of the committee by William H. ..
.y t Jewelle H. Brown, both of Starke. Pet. ,9-Kay k. Baillie, Starke. vice another executive
found themselves In
facing opposition president, dignitaries.
Pet 7 James W. Prince and
the March election, to be Gene Bass,
upcoming 11 Keystone Helghtrs
Elizabeth G. Walker, both of Starke.
fl held simultaneously with the Pet 8 Eugene L.. Matthews, All places on both committees in realtor, announced that he will In-
primary. where no one qualified struct the Continuing Education
presidential preference precincts may
Starke. (No woman qualified) I
Each of the 15 is be filled ,Course In Starke Feb. ,
county's precincts Pet 9 Robert W. MUner Jr, by appointment by the,committee -. on 9-10 at the
t. "i '
v ; entitled to one male and one female Starke. ; chairmen. Chamber of Commerce building.

iafn6'U member. Pet 10- Julian E. McRae and Nita

"- Precincts where two-way races B. McRae, both of Rt. 3, Starke. I' -- -- ----.,
Pet 11 Desta C. Dyal, Rt. 1,
The Rehearsals Continue developed are:
No. 1 Vernon E. Olin, Starke Hampton. (No man qualified) t REALIZED
Alice "I NEVER HOW '
8.? Pat Scogglns,who play the part of a can can dancer, reviews the script! for the (Incumbent! ) and Larry LaFollette, Pct. 12-James Reddish, A.
Jipcomlng play "Paint Your Wagon" to be staged at the SUrke Woman's Club. Lawtey; Muriel Gilhooly, Starke Barron, both of Starke. .
The dinner and play will begin Its two-weekend run Jan. 31 through Feb. 2 and (Incumbent! ) and Gwnedolyn Pet. 13 Elizabeth S. Andrews, MUCH THEY DO"
*;Feb. 79. The Starke Community Players are producing the musical set In LaFolIette. Lawtey.No. Starke.
;California during the late 1800s. 3 Jimmy V. Crosby, Jr.,
:* Ticket arrangments can be made through Betty Young 9S4-7525: Beverly Starke (incumbent) and William E. All unopposed candidates. are in- Few people do realize how many unseen de-
laCk hear, 333-2441. and Pat Spengler, 964-6048. Tickets are '1.50 each. Middleton, Starke; Lucile H. Green, cumbents candidates except Shemar.No In Precinct tails are necessary for even the simplest
X Everything Is sold out except! Jan. 31 and Feb. 7. dleton Starke Starke.(Incumbent) and Sharon Mid- 15, Brooker. qualified funeral service. At our firm capable hands

trained in a long tradition of personal service, I
No. 6 Arthur Schulz, Starke
I (incumbent) and Roman M. Alvarez, handle these scores of details with ,quiet
Starke; Annie L. Schulz, Starke thoughtfulness. No service is too simple to
g more on School Board from 1A (incumbent) and Betty Jo Alvarez, New River VFD command all their attentive and under
... Starke. standing care.
No. !9 Ann J. Godwin, Starke
would be paid on the administrative manager or a finance director?" put (incumbent) and Mary E. Peterson, Dinner, Sing SetA
;Salary schedule. in Parrish."I Starke. Steve Futch DeWitt C. Jones
%: "I did not tie the bottom (business want a business director," No. 14 Carl L. Johns, Starke
manager) in any respect to the top Gaskins said. (Incumbent) and Don E. Hallgren, chicken pileau dinner and gospel I Benton Futch Harold Johnson '
jtassisUnt superintendent)," Casey Salary of the former business direc- Starke; Violet T. Crosby, Starke sing to benefit! the Bradford County
insisted. tor went from$9,600 to$17,000, Casey (incumbent) and .Brenda Hallgren, Volunteer Fire Department New
s: In the 1974-75 school year the pointed out. Not at the request of the Starke. River Station is set for Saturday,Jan.
Dumber of administrative personnel board, Gaskins retorted. No, becauseof No. 13 Guy Andrews, Starke 26, 3 p.m. at the Leslie Whitehead DeWitt C.JonesFuneral
$was cut from 245 to 17.5,. Casey job responsibilities were increasedand (incumbent) and Richard L. Crane, farm.
pointed out. experienced gained, said Casey. Starke. Home
:5 "We have seven fewer administrators "Let this next man fill his Dinner is $1 per plate and donations Stoke Keystone Hgl'.
and there is more paperWork (Douglas') shoes,"Gaskins implored. are welcome. U4.8200 473.317"
than there ever has been," "Shewt"' Casey said, reacting witha j
Casey stated. negative shake of his head and Starke Man -- .. --
't: "Let's not belabor this point" smilingtelling Gaskins that Douglas'
Caskins said "You could have had a shoes will be difficult to fill. Given ProbationA I
person back there helping you six Finally Casey asked the board to 8
months ago, but you chose not to." change the qualifications of the Starke man who was treated at a :
| Casey didn't pursue that point. business manager's job, but leave the state hospital for 22 months as a men- \ JANUAR 8
S Board memSer J.T.. Parrish thentaked salary at$21,780. "I feel like you want tally disordered sex offender was
if the board refused he change ,.*a Job done and I feel you"can get it placed on three years probation Friday iiI
m Job status of the businntd.manager **....doae this way" Casey said.ry ._ _-:- .- by Ckcuit Judge Wayne Carlisle
ttould it aff ,Cas ; refluestfar\ a """, !xtentlctisilencegroetedtpffer- in sentencing here., W, w ',e/ ..,." "
ssistantsuperintendent.; WeU'-YoU're about to think about it Carlisle withheld adjudication of
"Not in the least" Casey replied, at Chairman the next board meeting," said guilt for Rhymer Rheub II Howell, 28. :
insisting the job changes are two Gaskins, waiting for a mo-

separate Items. tion.When Records show Howell
:Parrish said he had no problemwith no motion came Gaskins by the Bradford was On If
lowering the requirements to at- moved the board to Casey's request to County grand jury
Set. 26, 1977, and charged with
sexual -
tract more applicants to the business establish the position of assistant He I
but lower- superintendent.. When no motion was battery. allegedly performedoral
manager's job, questioned
sex on a 10-year-old boy. Howell
ID the forthcoming on that request, Gaskins
salary. was an employee at the Bradford Fleetwood Mobile Homes /
We SI was"real satisfied with the set up wasted little time waiting.Correction County Hospital,where the boy was a 1/
had, said Parrish, referring to at the
patient time of the Aug.30, 1m
Douglas) in the business manager'sslot I

Problem in attracting applicants, Subsequent to Howell's plea of guil-
said Parmenter, himself an accountant ty to the lesser charge of attempted STONE RIDGECROWNPOINT II IIi
is requirement in school It was Incorrectly reported that sexual l battery Carlisle ordered
finance Howell be treated
J"If I don't get a motion soon, I'm battery William last H. Hall was charged with disordered sex offender.as a mentally He was i:
going to move on to the next Item" week in connection withe hospitalized at the North Central II
Chairman Gaskins said, "but you allrealize after the Dec. 21 zoning Florida Evaluation and Treatment
we've been asking for a meeting Center in Gainesville and at the
Bobby Joe Hall was charged, not II
change William H. Hall Florida State Hospital In Chat-
*"Problem is, do we want a business The tahoochee
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First Attempt at County Division Failed : : > f Heads Frank National Williams

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C.D. OrganizationState
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- In Legislative Session of J May, 1911 ;; I r ri Representative Frank

Williams has officially assumed
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... \r1' presidency ,of The' American Civil
11 Defense Association, replacing
:. Mast residents of Bradford County "The county division matter has at Such hearing to be by committee or and N.T.., pitch' and J.E. Washington attorney' Robert A.
: know of the division of tile county by last passed from the talking stage, petitions as said citizens may elect." Butler' "1 0p : Levetown, who resigned the post
- of also on
: legislative act in 11121, settling an old where it threatened to remain Futch Starke > appeared ""I'. November 31.
The full of the division attempt before our legislative delegation as a '<
controversy between Start and Lake forever.A Tallahassee dispatch dated story 1
:- Butler over which town should be the Wednesday says: was told in the following state- sub-committee theretofore appointedby :, ,!; ; i TACDA was organized In 1982 and is
"t. county_to The battle raged through the full committee for the purpose' America's largest open civil defense
several county seat elections between of conferring with our legislators as to : organization. It publishes Ute Journalof
the details of the bill to be introduced '
1879 and 1896.ending In a final victory ::i 'i Civil Defense, Alert magazine, and
for Starfce after which the red brick Lake Butler Supporters Would Not AcceptBill creating the proDOled new county. ,! special disaster preparedness
courthouse, still standing on West With Referendum Clause"A This sub-committee was accompanied + documents.Now .
Call Street was built In 1902. by L.A. Duncan F.M. Byrd )
and E.L.. Odom, of Lake Butler. .
But the controversy continued even ---- serving his fourth consecutive
after that until the final settlement by "After Senator Crews and his term in the Florida Legislature
large delegation, with a long ment signed by the legislative delega- 'J
had been heard
associates In the forenoon
division of the east and west portions petition Is here asking for division of tion in the May 28, 111 issue: the sub-committee headed by 'Jr r ; Williams has repeatedly called for
of the 1921, with New Riveras Bradford and the creation of Dekle 1 1I more state and national emphasis on
the dividing line. county, but the bill is not to be In- "Saturday, May 20 was the day fix- J.W. Townsend, met our legislative I disaster preparedness and overall national
and delegation In the afternoon for a conference -
ed the senator
of the entire by representativesof i defense. "The manageable but
troduced without consent
Few citizens know, however, that Bradford County to hear those who as to the proposed bill. Many I Ignored problem is that in noiSnal
an earlier attempt at county divisionwas Bradford delegation. numerously signed petitions and ..; ;
desired to be heard in opposition to pro : times,when protective measures can
made In 1911, but failed due to In the May 19 Issue, the Bradford the proposed division of the county contra,were filled with our members. .': I Ii i be planned and Implemented, our
refusal of the division advocates to delegation consisting of Senator A.Z. and the creation of a new county out "They stated that on the face of the perception of the threat |Is diluted by
agree to a legislative act requiring a Adkins and Representatives E.S. of a part of the territory! of this coun petitions there were a few more .1 everyday concerns," Williams said
referendum.The Matthews and L.D. Wall, addressedthe ty. names against than for county divi : i pointing out that real leadership Is
story is told in several issues of following letter to the Telegraph sion.( Also they stated that on the petitions nssro needed to tyke effective remedial ac.
'The Telegraph during the month of editor: "Please state for us that we "On that day a delegation headedby for both sides many irregularities lion to overcome the "dormant attitude
have set Saturday May 20, as the ex-Senator J.B.Crews in
May, 1911.A appeared were apparent such as the .e toward civil defense.
time for hearing citizens who Tallahassee and were given a hearing. same appearing on petitions
brief item headed "Something are opposed to division of Bradford On the same day Mr. J.W.Town- both for and against division, and by
Doing at Last" in the May 12 Issue of County, if there be such opposition. send and Dr. J.E. Mains, of Lake appearing in several places.So, If the
year reported: petitions had been carefully compared
and the doubles eliminated ,
County Agents By I
they would have been reduced in
number and knows which Q" \
no one now Bobby
side then would have shown the most notebook J
etJiTORiALS names.
"Soon It was apparent that our
representatives thought favorably of Phone: 964-6280 .
referendum clause requiring that According to the calendar, it's one with a pH of 6.9 or below Is acid or r.
after passage and approval of the bill almost time to prepare your soil for "Sour", and one with a pH of 7.1 or
it would not become effective until planting your spring garden. You above is alkaline or "Sweet" ..
Carter and Beck ratified by a majority of the votes should turn the ground at least three
cast In an election to be held for that weeks prior to planting If the soil Is Proper applications of lime made to I:,
purpose. Senator Adkins stated dry enough to work.It extremely acid soils will increase the r''
positively that he would not introduceor production of most vegetables. The I!
Gain Points in Iowa support! any bill for the new county Is best to turn the soil completelyover main functions of lime are to reduce I,
that did not carry such a referendum with a turn plow, rota-tiller, soil acidity, to supply nutrients Into ,I
clause! In the discussion it was sug- spade,spading fork or shovel. usable form.A Well-limed soil helps to
gested that the referendum might be avoid such problems as blossomendrot
Fewer than 200 Americans mostly political On the Democratic side of the ledger the to the whole of Bradford County, or Weeds cover crops and added of tomatoes which Is related to an
scientists and campaign strategists are Iowa voting indicates that the American only to the voters In the proposed new organic matter such as animal inadequate calcium supply Apply
of the public of President Carter's conductof county, but this was not settled. manure may all be turned under at liming materials only if a soil test indicates -
thought capable understanding approves
the same time. Sufficient time must a need for them.
tangled web of dates, regulations, and the Iranian-Russian crises even in Iowa, be allowed for freshly turned-under

geographical strategy involved in the present where it had been predicted that his embargoon "When Senator Adkins stated that organic material to decompose and Too much lime in the soil may be
prolonged presidential primary system. grain shipments would hurt his standing he would not support the bill without a become fairly well-rotted before just as bad as too little. Where soils
with the farm vote. He was also undamaged referendum Mr. J.W. Townsend seeds are planted. Woody plant are highly alkaline special attentionmust
representing those residing in the proposed materials such as sticks and dried be paid to the inclusion of minor
"hod and may have been helped- by his decision to new county stated that this dog-fennel stalks are best removed elements In the fertilizer mixes.
stay in the White House during the international matter had been canvassed in a from the garden rather than cut Into Sulfur is sometimes used to reduce
episode the Iowa caucuses is over, the crisis, even though it meant turning meeting at Lake Butler and that he the soil. Likewise perennial grass alkalinity, but its use Is generally not
labyrinth seems more deep and mystifyingthan down the eagerly awaited debate with Senator and his associates had been Instructed and weed pests should be removed as practical: as supplying minor

ever before. Kennedy and Jerry Brown. The caucus results referendum.to reject Messrs.any bill Ritch with and a wherever ring problems.possible to eliminate recur elements or nutritional sprays. :

With the political roadshow becoming more were an enormous endorsement by Iowa Futch of Starke stated that they Liming materials and the amount
chaotic and more expensive with every Democrats for Carter, who didn't set foot in preferred a bill without a referendum Break all clods and level with a to apply depend upon the soil reaction

presidential year, some observers are predicting Iowa during the caucus campaigning, while ,but as that could not be had they rake,or harrow the soil soon after turning (pH) and the type soil among other
were willing to accept such a bill as to maintain good soil texture and
things. We can help to determine
a national primary down the road in the Senator Kennedy pulled out all the stops would you
our legislative delegation -
next ten or twenty years. Others feel that the ding much time and money in the state,onyto with or without a referendum support prevent excessive drying. For small- the garden proper soil.liming In general program, a for reaction your
seeded crops such as Carrots: and' If 0
present nominating system, while confusing, see his hopes of victory over Carter- ,turn into crdps to a certain ext itt,' a1 finely! ''N below pH s,5 Indicates a need tor
still suits the diverse American electorate, an almost two to one defeat r "As Senator Adkins would not pulverized surface insures easier lime and 2-3 pounds of dolomitic lane

which defies any such thing as tidy mapping. recede from his position requiring a planting, better germination and a per 100 square feet is a fairly effective
Iowa was the first real test of Mr Carter referendum and Mr. Townsend and
more even stand. A plank drag may application to start a remedial pVo-
They think the "hodgepodge' may even his foreign policy..the farm reaction to his his associates would not accept such a gram.
have some advantages in showing the electorate bill no agreement could be reached, be used to fit the soil for planting on j
grain embargo..and his ability to stand to
how a candidate will react to any given up and for the present there will be no larger gardens. A hand rake may Dolomite is a good liming material
set of circumstances in any part of the country the so-called "charisma' and magic of the new cOUllty.lIowever, the advocates serve the same purpose in small due to( Its magnesium content. Owingto
Kennedy name. The fact that he completely of division plots.In .
thus his and county are not discouraged. Its relatively slow reaction: it
exposing strengths turned the tables around was a magnificent They do not look upon this as a should be applied well ahead of pointing -
weaknesses in key settings.In victory for the President. In polls last fall, final settlement of the question, but includes many the gardens, soil preparation of liming (two to three months). Hydrated
application a
the meanwhile, the Iowa "hodgepodge," Kennedy led Carter two to one. But since the merely as a postponement of it. material where a soil test shows It to lime material may be used is required.where a It quick maybe Acting

climaxing in Monday's caucuses, got the can- Iranian and Afghan crises, Mr. Carter due to 0000 be needed. two weeks or more befre;

didates off and running in the midst of sur- his calm and reasoned actions in such Most best soil panting provided It is mixed Well
vegetables on a
prises, pleasant and otherwise, proving once emergencies, has almost exactly reversed The long-sought the division finally that has a pH between grow 5.S and 6.S (or with the soil. Use at three-fourths (he
that is fickle the American that ratio. And it wasn't because Kennedy came to pass at 1921 legislative above rate for dolomite.The j
again nothing so as
session but the name given to the new slightly acid). The symbol "pH" and
voting public. didn't try. The Massachusetts Senator stagedan county was Union instead of Dekle, as the figures accompanying It are usedto lime should be spread eve Iy
intensive operation in Iowa and his per suggested In the original division effort express the degree of soil acidity. A over the garden before plowing it into
The Republican conservative, Ronald sonal efforts were matched by a highpowered of 1911. soil with a pH of 7.0 Is neutral whileFORESTRY the soil a depth of six inches. .
Reagan, who was so confident of his lead in statewide organization geared to get out his

Iowa that he refused to join the other GOP vote. The result was described as one of the

candidates in debate and spent little if any worst defeats that any candidate has suffered. T-U Plans Expanded

time campaigning in the state, found himself Coverage and Service

toppled from the top by dark horse George Senator Kennedy may fare somewhat betterin For Bradford Area la
Bush the former UN ambassador who took an the New Hampshire primary which will be 11 IN BRADFORD COUNTY by Mark Fries

early lead which he maintained throughoutthe held next door to his native Massachusetts "Better
and better
caucus voting. but soon after that he will be headed toward vice" by the coverage Florida Times-Union

primaries in several southern states where he Now that we are In the middle of the in store for Starke and other a
Reagan paid a heavy price for several months, and the frost has killed
apparently has "
already been beaten in a straw ballot in burning season, the Division of towns, according to plans outlinee&t
off a lot of the underbrush.
his overconfidence a fate that has befallen Florida, and is expected to suffer defeats in Forestry Is constantly getting questions the Rotary Club last week by Fred

many another candidate who thought he had it March primaries in South Carolina, Alabama, such as, how do I obtain a burning The small plants and grasses killed Seely.' managing editor of rae
made and rested on his laurels while rivals authorization when is the Jacksonville daily. 2 I
and Georgia, as well as Florida. proper by frost Long explained, are precisely
made hay in the sunshine. time to burn,and who can assist me in the fuel needed to start a wildfire. A "We "are going to quit ignoring I
Although Iowa has not displaced New burning. tossed cigarette or a spark from a Starke, Seely said,announcing plaits
George Bush, whose stock began to rise with Hampshire the nation's vehicle exhaust can be quickly fanned for a new building to serve as fie
as presidential These and more Starke bureau office for the TU's nw !
questions many
his and into flame Even
good appearance ready in by passing cars a
responses bellwether, it has become almost equal in im- discussed at staff representative here Marge
the GOP will a public meetingto light rain is no safeguard as the dead i
debate practically took up portance. It is a brutal fact of presidential be held at the Volunteer Fire grass will be dry again in two to three Anders S ,
residence in Iowa during the weeks preceding politics that a respectable showing in the early Department at the corner of Weldon hours. Seely said that Starke residents axe i
the caucuses and built an effective organization is Street and Grand Street. This now receiving the TU's state edits., I
that paid off handsomely at the polls. primaries crucial otherwise the money meeting will be held on Thursday "Trash and debris fires are another but added that one of the several new I
sources dry up and political workers drift off editions "we will be
Jan. 31 at 7:30: p.m. Harrey Green major problem at this time of year, publishing soles
The Iowa results clearly show that Reagan, to greener pastures. from the volunteers will speak on Long said Many homeowners are on- will caver( the Starke area and will i
the darling of the conservatives, is in deep their role in forest fire supervision ly part-time residents In Florida and carry later news and more I
trouble and now that it is obvious he is not invincible Even John Connally, an adroit fund-raiser and Charles Colbert and Mark Fries may not be familiar with the state's Starke coverage than the state
his troubles become in may find it harder to gather in those campaign will be there from the Florida Division outdoor burning laws. A burning lion. Is'Seely
may dollars after he came in a poor fourth in the of Forestry to talk about control authorization from the Division of said that newspapers
the next phase of the "hodgepodge" the New great value to their
Iowa "hodge burning and the Divisions new burn- Forestry Is required for any outdoor communities
Hampshire primary on February podge. ing program. fire and may be denied if the fire the Times-Union would like to bepax
,danger is extreme. In some areas of greater value to Stark. The
The tree seedling packet sale normally the state, no outdoor fires are permitted will, in turn, benefit by gaining mol'
held by the division of Forestry at any time. subscribers because of its intensifie
will be handled by the 4-H club this service, he said.Newspapers .
year. The packets will be sold from "We certainly don't recommend tie people togeth,
4e>>-S:00: p.m. on Friday, Jan. 25 at getting rid of trash or yard debris by reflect the tenor of the comrnunlt]
the two banks In Starke. The remaining burning It." Long said "But these give greater and more detail*
0 will be sold) In front of fires are permitted in most areas If coverage of the news than any oth
NUNN= ".0 Drug Store on the following Saturday conditions are good. When the media and are an integral part of tit
at 19:30: a.m. There will be six seedlings homeowner' landowner calls our community. Seely said. He urg4
In each packet for a cost of tl.oo. readers to make known file
Thomas Jefferson was one of the earliest believer In the submarine.mii local office for an authorization, we what they
can give) him some advice on how to and dislike about the paper by conta
In the first seven days of the year, have a safe fire" ting the news personnel or writing 1 le
the Florida Division of Forestry battl- ters to the editor.
ed nearly 200 separate fires across the Quick fire reporting also crucial "We need the support of oil
GRID state, several of them more than 100 when the woods are dry. "We need subscribers and the communit
,, t O acres apiece. It's not always possible everyone to be on the lookout at this need to be Informed," the speak
4 SINCE to determine the cause of a wildfire, time of year and to report fires as said. '
i but of those fires which were identified .soon as they're seen not to assume
O MMIt sdrivl y pl1 ,fully two-thirds were caused by ,that someone else has already

O carelessness."At :reported! them" said Long.fsGfNi Letters....., ,n

this time of year, it's.easy to. SUPERB ISSUE .;dj
0N, BOIS G FERGUSON JOHN MILLER ;. start a fire even when you'.. being
Publishers "\* careful:! cautioned Mike Long, Chief ..Dear Editor: ;(;'j
of the Dl rision's Fire Control Bureau.
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Subscription rat.'ki trade WMI W Pee V*.rt M Six.......UOvtdd "It may seem strange to some people, One legend places the Qirdn your Centennial Issue. We enjoy
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Valerie Jean Pabst, Bradley Dale Carter HOSPITAL AUXILIARY -.


Plan, August 9 Wedding Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary: ;

J ___.__.__L.__._______ _____ meeting will be held Monday night, 1 fJ he m .( .
Jan. 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Western : OCtale .
Valerie Jean Pabst daughter of the. t Steer Steak House ; # :
late Robert s
Mr. :
and Mrs. : A. Pabst of t ,1 l ,
Jacksonville and Bradley Dale \ \
*aa:Carter. son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie fAdyd moot,
JP ,,Carter, Jr. of Starke announce their EASTERN STARSUPPERJANZ4I /If/I OTL1/ 1
engagement and approaching) mar- t 7' s. .. 4 I
..... ..riage.n r r: rty/o= ., une dl'ewJ.
: The wedding Is planned August, r r Starke chapter224 Order of the' 964- f/t ;
m, ,,at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist Churchof Eastern Star,will have a covered dish !
Starke. supper, Saturday,Jan. 26,at 7 p.m. in '
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Miss Pabst and Mr. Carter are both the Masonic Hall. -
ai ho graduates of Bradford High School. All Masons and their families are
aaas: Miss Pabst Is also a graduate of the Invited to attend. ..' Retired Teachers Hold Luncheon-Program MeetingThe
: >i-o University of South Florida and Is a -
has .special education teacher in the Bradford-Union Retired members plan to attend. Mrs. L.A. Canova Mrs. A. Russell
-KMppasco County school system. DUPLICATE BRIDGE: Teachers Association met Thursday Officers elected for 1980-1981 were: Norman, and Mrs. H. C, Ritch Miss i
Mr. Carter,a Florida State Univer- CLUB RESULTS Jan. 17, in the recreation room of the president. Miss Kathryne Epperson, Epperson also appointed a committeeto
sity graduate, Is a classification ,First United Methodist Church of vice-president, Mrs. A. Russell Nor write the history of Union,County
...supervisor) at the Hlllsborough Cor- Lucile Green and Eva Mathewsonwere Lake Butler for the luncheon- man; secretary, Mrs. Jeanette Schools.
.$'1IIrectionallnstltution. the winning couple at Duplicate program-business meeting. Brown; treasurer, Miss Mary A memorial will be sent to the Hope I
F.j') Valerie Pabst Bridge Tuesday night played at the Faulkner. Baptist Church building fund for Mrs.
Za at Brad Carter Holiday Inn starting at 7:30 p.m. "Flowers Leave Their Fragranceon Miss Epperson, president appointed Floy Sullivan a retired Bradford
avt Liza anal Jim Minesinger were se- the Hand That Bestows them" was a committee to write the County teacher who died recently.
kill; cond and Evelyn Griffin and Margie the theme of the program presented history of Bradford County Schools:
I :zlhe Reverend Flynns Hold Vestries Dinner Party Thomson were third. for January Make Your Will Month
Mrs A Russell Norman
All bridge players are invited to at- by program
turfjAtt tend. chairman.
The Reverend and Mrs John Flynn Stalling Reasons to determine why wills are
inientertained a dinner party Elected for 1980 are Mrs. William necessary the kinds of wills and the CLASS
,.r honoring recentlr.at and newlya Carter. Mrs. Pat Farnworth,A]Carlisle Mrs. Gladys and Mrs. advantages of wills was presented to ,
', fleeted vestries of 1979 and 1980 of St. Major Terry Rieske and Mrs. Gladys Mooty attended the Installation the teachers. #
,it Mark's Church. Raymond Stanwix-Hay. Hold over of Mrs. Weldon'i granddaughter, "Fun Time" for February will be \" REUNION $
members of the 1980 are Judge the
Vestry attendance at the piay "Paint :
Lucy Weldon Adviser for );"
as Worthy
The dinner was held In their Elzie Sanders Dan Williams and Your
Wagon" by the Community 3 so:
the International Order of the Rain- 'a'nti 1
the Rectory of St. Mark's Church. Kenneth Grider. bow for Girls In Macclenny on Sundayand Players on Thursday night, Feb. 7, at .. o bf90
Retiring from the 1979 the Woman's
Vestry are Club of Starke.About 16
reception following Held
To Be
Mrs. Millard Brown,
McPherson Also Invited to attend were Mr. and
Jordan, Mrs. Jerald Mrs. Marvin Brown and Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Stanwlx-Hay and Mrs.Tom J.B. Green. SMALL WORLD :I At The Starke Golf & Country Club.

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;w y-l'ow 1'...... Stuffed Pepper Plat am ate
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V.;) au,'I' ,
Charles Peters of Atlanta
spent the
') .. ...., .... first week with
., .. of the his parents Mr
"J" if .1 I"'t \\.1 and Mrs. W.S. Peters at Kingsley
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an ; 1'j Lake.
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V'eaI UJ' !" Out-of-town 'friends and relatives

ha4 attending the funeral of Mrs. Daisy
Perryman on Monday were Ms. Barbara
:" .. "t1"r llJl.t !t.'
..u .. "' I "' Harvey of Atlanta, A.M. Moore,
by Debra Norma fl-' ,. .. Mr and Mrs.Jimmy Davis, Mrs. Gay
Mary Kay Gfosmetlci:t; Turner Mrs. Shelley Davis and Miss
Beauty Consultant Pam Davis of Blackshear, Ga., Mr.
and Mrs. Will McMillan ofSwalnsboro.
phone 964-8849 ,. Ga. Mrs. W.H. Smith of
'. t.o' t. Sardis Ga., Herman Chivers of 41peborah
'. I D
Ga. Mr. and t1
', 'Sylvania. Mrs. Emmett u
,'10 Perry man of Crystal River, Rev. and Everyone needs a few surefire recipes at hand to porkup
MOVEMENT OP APPLICATION Mrs. Graham Spurrier and Mrs. family meals. Rock Cornish hen are a good buy

Sarah Henderson of Green Cove Springs right mow. aa .are fresh green peppers
The movement of application most important when using a cleansing and Gene Ritch, Miss Pam Ritch Bleafidale
creme a skin freshener a night oreme.or when applying make-up. : and Mrs. Iris Ritch of Gainesville.Mrs. Joseph Feagle PEPPERS ,
When using a cleansing:; creme, apply{ with the tips of your fingers. STUFFED
Beginning with the neckline, apply'very delicately, with upward and out- Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. N.K. 4 medium green peppers
ward motion. Be sure to tile the ring finger when working around the' t Hurst spent last Friday and Saturday Deborah Bleasdale, Salted water
delicate tissue the Remember to stroke and don't I 3/2 bulk
near eyes. lightly in Homasassa visiting Mr. and Mrs. pound sausage
message. Will Slade of Baxley Ga. 1 package ((6 ox.) Stove Top chicken
Joseph FeagleTo flavor stuffing mix

Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead and 1-3/4 cups water
MASQUE APPLICATIONWhen Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durrance attended Wed March 1 1 can ((8 01.) whole kernel corn, drained
a gospel sing in Jasper Ga. Saturday 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese.

you apply a masque you should apply masque above the night. Mr and Mrs. Harry C. Bleasdale, Halve peppers lengthwise; discard stems and seeds.
eyebrows and below the cheekbone illustrated below. A should
masque Jr. of Keystone Heights announce the Parboil pepper In boiling salted water for 5 minutes;
never be used around or in the immediate area of the eye. Mrs. L.H. Jennings spent the engagement of their A daughter drain and place In shallow' baking dish with 1/8 Inch

weekend with her daughter and family Deborah Jean to>> Joseph Michael of water. Brown sausage well in a skillet; drain well
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. McLendon in Feagle of Alachua son of James L. reserving 1/4 cup drippings. Add contents of Vegetable/
Jacksonville.Mrs. of Packet and water to sausage and reserved
FL. Seasoning
Feagle Venice
I will be doing a series of articles that will show the of
proper way ap- heat
boil. Reduce cover
The wedding will take place March drippings In skillet. Bring to a ;
plying different things such as: Eye shadow lip makeup Mildred Kreider of
Palmyra 1 at the Friendship] Bible Church at 5 and simmer 6 minutes. Add Stuffing Crumbs and corn;
mascara liner how to shape eyebrows and to use an eyebrow Pa. is
eye ; month
pen spending a with her p.m. A reception will follow In the stir just to moisten. Cover remove from heat and let
cil.If sister Mrs. Vera Graudon and family church hall. All friends and relativesof stand B minutes. Spoon Into pepper halves. Bake at
you have any questions and would like help or advice, or just to tell us cheese and bake
the invited to attend. 4000 for 39 minutes then top with
couple are ;
what think of the column
please feel free to write. Questions and
you 5 minutes until cheese Is melted. Makes 4 cupa
The bride-to-be is a 1972! graduate of longer, or
answers will be published at random. All names will be withheld upon request Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Woods of .
mixture 8
School and Is stuffing or
Keystone Heights High
Write to: Debra Norman Bradford County Telegraph P.O. Brunswick Ga. are visiting Mrs. in .. -
General Electric
Drawer A Starke FL employed by
32091. Ewell Lawson for several days. Gainesville.The .

bridegroom Is a 1973 graduateof
/jJ Zfoa now Mrs. A.J. Barry was in Atlanta Fri- Santa Fe High School and Is also e S WANAP ga\e =
day to Sunday attending the employed by General Electric of
Southeastern Yarn Crafters Guild Gainesville. .L439
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews meeting and buying trip for The
celebrated their 68th wedding an- Magic Needle.

niversary on Monday.
Merritt Williams has returned after ServicemenPvt.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kinney of undergoing surgery In North Florida
Bradenton are spending this! week Regional Hospital last week. Michael D.Muse
and Janis McKinney of with his mother Mrs. Carolyn Completes Mechanic: Course
Starke announce the birth of a Redgraves. Mrs. James Barron returned Saturday
daughter April Estelle born Jan. 2 in after two weeks visit with her FORT JACKSON S.C. Pvt.
Alachua General Hospital. Douglas Seymour of Jacksonville sister Mrs. Martha Johnston in Michael D. Muse, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maternal grandparents are R.E. visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Miami and brother Mr. and Mrs. Erwin D. Muse Lawtey recently
and Lois Williams of Raiford. Paternal Seymour on Sunday.Mrs. Charles Burton in Port St. Lucie. completed a wheeled-vehicle
grandparents are Buford and mechanic course at the U.S. Army
Blanche McKinney of Starke. Mary Beth Peacock and Mrs. J.H. Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Training Center, Fort Jackson S.C.
daughter Debbie of Jacksonville, Herbert Green and Mrs. C.W. Savageof During the course, students were
were Sunday luncheon guests of Mrs. Starke and Mrs. Emma Tanner of trained to perform maintenance and
Mrs. Barbara Kirkland of Starke Bertha Pearce. Mrs. Pearce also had Baldwin had a birthday luncheon assist In the repair of automotive
announced the birth of Identical twin as Sunday afternoon guests Mrs. Monday for Mrs. Fields at Morrisons vehicles and associated equipment.
boys Bryan Raymond and Ryan Jewel Pmicston, Mrs. Ethel Pinkston In Orange Park given by Mr. and They became familiarized with the
James born Jan. 10 in Alachua and Mrs. Iris Dunbar of Lake Butler. Mrs. Charles Fields.Delegates functioning of automotive wheeled- NEW ARRIVED ftt
General Hospital. The twins join vehicle components, operating principles i-
sister Christy three years old. from St. Mark's of internal combustion engines, / 99-799 f
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Are you running out of space to file Episcopal Church to the annual fundamentals of fuel and electrical I
Alvin Kirkland of Starke and Mrs. your records? We have inexpensive Diocesan convention In Mandarin this systems and the use of organiza-
Margaret Norvell of Keokuk Iowa. storage boxes that work well past Friday and Saturday were tional and test equipment.Muse .
for storage. Call today and let ustell George Winkler Al Carlisle and a 1979 graduate of Bradford I 499ar
you about them. Office Shop Father John Flynn. The meetingswere High School Starke entered the Ar- i 9k
;W 'Ijou-Xnow 110 W. Call St., 9645764. In session at the Church of Our my in August 1979u I s vi
q"I/', i- i '. U i ". : if ,>. u 4U *g ." '* I
add r \ Mr.sand Mrs. W.S. Harrison spent Let us help you pick out that" .L
Mr and Mrs. Gerald Gay son Sunday with their son and family Mr. special Hallmark card for someone Pvt. Eddie L.I.ockharl I GETONE FREE
David of Hollywood spent the and Mrs. Robert W. Harrison In Ocala special this Valentine's Completes TrainingPvt.
weekend with his parents, Mr. and and attended the installation of their Day at the Office Shop. 110 W. Call \
Mrs G.A. Of Same Value Or
Gay. Less
granddaughter Julie Harrison as St. 964-S764. Eddie L. Lockhart, son of Mrs. I -
Worthy Advisor for the International Henrietta
O'Neal Route 1, Brooker,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Denison of Orlando Order of The Rainbow for Girls. Robbie Best the
was on Dean's list recently completed advanced Individual
were weekend guests of Mrs. J.M. Watch This SpaceIn -
at Stetson University for the fall 1979 training at the U.S. Army In-
Blackshear of Kingsley Lake. Mr and Mrs. C.L. Cooper visited session. fantry School Fort Benning Ga. The Near Future, Lee's Will Be Moving Down
relatives in Chiefland and Cross Cityon the students received
Mrs. H.M. Richarde and Mrs. Lila Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson and Mr. During course -
and .
Caldwell visited Mrs. Marguerite Friday Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley were in training which qualified and them In-as The Street By The Florida Theatre.Be .
VV hi(field in Jacksonville on Tuesday. Ga. and light-weapons infantrymen as
.and Mrs. L.C. Early visited Mr. Douglas Friday Saturday
direct fire crewmen In a rifle or mor- Sure To Watch For Our Move.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Clough.Mr. .
and Mrs. Amos Sanford last Wednes- tar squad.
Randy Chitty visited Mr. and Mrs.
and In Tavares.
day Thursday Instruction included IM'S Outlet
Stan Reddish in Tampa over the and Mrs. H.A. Lawson had as weapons
qualifications squad tactics, patrolling ISOW.CaIiSI.
weekend. Mr and Mrs. Victor Argobright of visitors Charles Lawson and landmine warfare field com- Tu..thru Sol. New Hours During Jan.F. .b. Closets
Cincinnati Ohio were weekend guestsof daughter, Laurie of Tallahassee on munications and combat operations. I ID..m. -.....m. Sun. .Mon.
Ernest Phillips is a medical patientin Mr and Mrs. Eddie Douglas. Saturday and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live
the Gainesville V.A. Hospital. Oak on Friday.

Do you have your new' I9HOtdlumlrrs
yet? If not call the Office I
Shop today and order yours.
!IM-'iTtil.: 110 U. Call St.

Mrs L.A. Johns of Jacksonville is v
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. l
Maxie Carter Sr. for several weeks. I

IMr and Mrs. R C. Buford and Mrs.
Gloria King visited Mike King in
Leesburg on Sunday.

Mrs James Montuoro and
daughters of Tampa spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr. ar.d
1.Irs.lac\ Baldwin. 411
can ray It 60 many wau.6

DII you hate sour new 19NOrul.inilvrt
yet? If not
-.-.!Shop 6l. Ill today) M. 'all and SI.order Ollrs.llil. Only $295 for 15 words or less you can send a

Mrs George Flynn Sr. is a patientin
Bradford County Hospital after a

fall Mrs\ at home Freda recently.Gnffis. Mrs. Freddie Valentine Greeting through ,the Telegraph

Watt erson, Jerry Whitehead Mr. and
Mrs. Sonny Andrews and Mr and
Mrs William Haas attended the state '
Agricultural Stabilization Conservation

county Service committeemen(ASCS conference In Daytona for rI'-7.' ,, Fill..Out This Form And Bring It

Beach from Tuesday to Thursday of
last week. Two of the featured By The Telegraph Office At 135 W. Call St.

speakers during the meetings were e

Senator Agriculture Lawton Commissioner Chiles and Florida Doyle ft-.. \ \9 Mail It To.P.O. Drawer Starke, Fla.

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thinking. about gelling married? 1\ t !1 Ve I want to tell everybody I 1
Mr can furnish you with all >our. ..o ,' 5
imitations from the. Bradford .. who "I Love". I'
Printer. 110 W. Call St. WU-S7W., .1 ,

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you have with your customers.... 4' 1 I'
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something thai you are not .. .r. .,. '' ..1. .From 1 I

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I : Hampton Highlights 7,030 Telephones in 1

tended- and the Middle!
by Dolores Meng Southslde Bradford Area
phone....18IS School In Starke. Jean.
Ji entered Mrs.
Jod'l Hagemas first grade on Monday. His Continent! Telephone Company ol
Senior Citizens Clark
the that there
Kindergartner. South announce are
: The Hampton Senior Citizens Club brother Christopher/.1a a In Jackson- some 7,030 telephones in the Sturke,
had an Interesting meeting last Fri They formerly Lawtey and Kingsley Lake exchange
day at the City Hall. President, Mrs. ville. *.:
Evelyn Vaughan reports that 19 According to P.O. Cain local
members were present, includingnew Embryology Stevenson's seventh customer service manager the total
members Mrs. Hazel Richards Mrs Carole of their Science number. of telephones increased by
from Starke, Fred Albrecht from grade class as part
Interest turned 438 telephones during 1979.
Waldo, Mrs. Lucille Wellon. Mr. and project now have their This represents a 7 percent In-
4 Mrs. Walter Richardson from Starke. toward hatching chicken eggs.
4-H DireCtor for crease In the number of telephones In
Their next meeting Is scheduled forr Lowell has broiiRhrinan just one year.. This la well above the
Feb. 1 at 2 p.m. in the City Hall. Bradford Incubator County along with SO eggs a19: national average and reflects the
electric of In the Starke "Cain said
booklets explaining the process growth area,
Back Home and
Students take turns in Actually we installed some 1,613
Mrs. Clarice Adkins returned homeD Embryology.
adjusting telephones during the last twelvemonths
Friday following one week's visit withi turning eggs regularly
ventila- but also removed
and we 1,175
humidity Pvt. David Jones
i grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. J.W. temperature
all parts and telephones because of various
: Prevatt of Bradenton. They enjoyed tion controls. They learn of fertilization Pvt. David D. Jones stationed at reasons. This means we had to install n
.' sightseeing around the area includingthe functions of the hatching egg, process procedure, Fort Leonard Wood Mo., was an four telephones just to gain one
lovely beaches at Sarasota. They and honor graduate from Advanced In- phone. The largest percentage of
record keeping.
-< went shopping at St. Almond's Circle along with proper dividual Training.
was proud to growth was within the Starke exchange
which is comprised of 101 different Hampton Elementary School selected| to in- Jones was a 1979 honor graduate which now has some 5,561
stores. They also visited the ExperlmentStationwhereJ.W.lsemployed- be the County from Bradford High School. He has telephones."
.> itiate this learning process.Servicemen been home town recruiter assistant "Continental Telephone Is proud to
as the Area Economist.They also dined for the month of January. take an active in the growth of
1: at restaurants serving delicious Jones is the son of Mr. and Mrs. the Starke Lawtey and Kingsley
seafood. David C. Jones of Lawtey. Lake areas. We are part of the com-
Mrs. Josephine Fontaine returned munity and you can call on us,"added
: home Tuesday after spending another ***** Cain.

!I. week at Bradford County Hospital for Seaman Edward Green Pvt.Wayne Brooker
tests and treatment.
Completes Recruit Training For
Reports Duty
Steven Earnest visited his parents Navy Seaman Recruit Edward W.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins, and Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marine Pvt. Wayne O. Brooker, son The E... DuPont dredge and wet mill has made It across SR-16 and officials at
some friends over the weekend. He W. Green Sr., of Starke, has completed of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Brooker of DuPont expect the road will be unable by mid-March.
his classes at the North Brooker. Fla., has reported for sOil)
enjoys recruit training at the Naval duty i The aerial photograph above shows the dredge crossing SR-16. The dredge
Florida In Jacksonville. with 2nd Marine Division, Marine
College Training Center, Orlando. Thomas Jefferson went across In mid-December and the wet mill went across In early January.
During the eight-week training cycle Corps Base, Camp LeJeune N.C.A smuggled rice seed once With all the mining facilities to the. north side of SR-16.. DuPont must now rebuildthe
BirthdaysA.C. 1979 graduate of Bradford High out
trainees studied general military
Dennison celebrated his birth- School, Starke, he joined the Marine of Italy for planting in road.
designed to them for unavailable.
prepare South Carolina and Cost estimates for the entire operation are
Corps in June 1979.
day on Jan. 18. further academic and on-the-job
Happy Birthday to Mrs. Lonnie training in one of the Navy's 85 basic
Melton who celebrated on Jan. 19. occupational fields.
Bradley Snow celebrated his 11th Green joined the Navy In August,
birthday Jan. 20. 1979. CLIP THESE COUPONS AND SAVE!
Jill Powers was 7 on Jan. 24. Her
brother Rob was 9 the same day.
Pvt. Milikin Trains All '
April Scoggins celebrated her 2nd
birthday today, Jan. 24. Communlcations.qulpmentOpl'rator km
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng -
celebrated their 32nd Wedding An-
niversary Jan. 17 with dinner at the Pvt. Joseph S. Milikin, son of Mr. --.I CONTAD1NA I GOLDEN GRAIN I
and son-in- and Mrs. Marvin P. Milikin. Route 1, Macaroni
home of their daughter
law.Mr. and Mrs.Russell Gilbert and Melrose multi-channel, recently completed the Cheddar: -- I TOMATO I I MACARONI i

Karen near Waldo. ment operator communications course under the equip-One I I SAUCE I I & CHEDDAR15oz /
Station Unit Training OSUT) Program 1 r /I ISAIUCE
Hampton Battered Elementary Boot Award News at the U.S Army Signal School, CAN I I 7.25oz I
Gordon Clark Fort Ga.
Principal proudly I I
displayed the entitled the Bat- Students learned to install, operateand ; I I lmD1
trophy )
19 10 (Dm 9 0JR (
tered Boot Award-Hampton Elemen- repair field radio relay carrier I I I I
tary School 1979 which was and associated equipment. .3S ,.". 437

presented for their successful par 45.0 ...::4C" ; f 1 i.".'niar J "'.cn awixiJii rpp ap,IM. rq.uo"" Ii *m*?.wiia rwrN'cun.nliN, aif rNivlli, .1 ION11Cp I
ticipation in the recent March of f mowtii IICUMO m MONtlS.", aawii
Dimes WaUc-A-Thon program con- Marcus Cruce Promoted .. .- -- -- ',.-- -I
ducted at the school on behalf of birth .'SAVE
defects. The trophy has been placedin Marine Pfc. Marcus F. Cruce, son 1O .Carton ore Ewa
the school library for display. of Gertrude Cruce, of Lawtey, has RED RIPE TOMATOES .39
been meritoriously promoted to his IK4UMMCitrus
New Students present rank upon graduation from Punch u: 694
Bridget Skeen and her twin sister, recruit training at the Marine Corps Urt It MillFresh
Brena, were welcomed to Mrs. Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C. Crisp Radishes 'I' 144
Ernestine Denmark's sixth grade MW m mi muir MUUMI
class last week. They formerly atClay A 1979 graduate of Bradford High Assorted Greens -.890
School, he joined the Marine Corps in 4n ,......,.....i .'
April, 1979. r Fresh Slaw or Salad i"''I 494Urt
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Cc-Op Users :If' Sno White Mushrooms I

Get '1,8 !Million 'I YOUAUTO I uvf we nutFresh .454
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Refund This Week .gam/ 24$11001 -Tender Carrots .

LB BAG f Fresh Pineapples H794n49

Refund checks totaling $1.8 millionto KNOW ., JEL LB WrMOn .......-. mlNa.
60,000 members of Clay Electric ByGene SAVE Sod SAVE 240 SAVE 20d A LB Potting Soil all
Cooperative were mailed this week as IMINMMFresh,
a result of a rate refund received RossI've Grapefruit B 101 M00RED

from Florida Power Light Co., according always had a problemwith
to an announcement by the my 1976 Olds about !V6'l"fftfJrt"cftEsH Et'cryday p.iel( ALL PURPOSE Eve r y. owpn cep FRESH !,tI6'l"f.dtif.tfJrt"cel. GEORGIA
with ioty
headquarters in Keystone I.
co-op hesitating when I accelerate .
Amounts of refunds to Individual warms up. I was told it ,
members will be based on how much was probably the E G R ONIONS POTATOESsAvE7'AL812
electricity was purchased during the (exhaust, gas raclrculatlon CABBAGE
period between March 1978 and ) system and not

December Feral 1979 was when reduced the by wholesalecost order of to however worry I about have the it. Now same, ;s YOUR 12 5 LB 89 4 LBS $100
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the Energy Regulatory Commission problem when the engineis 6' .. LB BAG FOR
hot What should I look LB -
As a result of the rate settlementthe for Or 3 Lit. Sag 3g. SAVE 1011 SAVE ledIII

wholesale power cost to Clay A. The problem with, the cold
Electric was decreased by about two engine was probably the E G PUNCH
mills or $2 per 1,000 kilowatt hours. R It creates an excessivelylean SWIFT SUNSHINE KLEENEX
fuel mixture to keep DETERGENT TOWELS

Some icebergs reach 200 feet exhaust have to live emissions with it,low.but only You SAVE Ea !!1011__ 8402 BOX $}99 CHILI f yiI rap SALTINE Ew SAVE Air 100 5V15oz C
while the cold. To t"" teltPBlaA 1011 ROLL
above water and stretch engine is WITH BEANS CRACKERS
eliminate warm-engine
a mile across.Richard stumble, clean throttle CAN Chill SAVE 1511
linkage and check for bin-
dIng. If that doesn't work ..
J. Kosch D.D.S. look Into the carburetor E59 16oz 59 i n.
throat, with the choke plate BOX
Is Announcing open and rapidly depress the
accelerator pedal. A steady

The Opening Of His Office stream of gas should
discharge into the venturi. If Best BuflS lltl'OCeJie.B'sl Buys in Groceries!
With this doesn't happen,

I William M. Witt, D.D.S. disassemble check the the accelerator carburetorand Vi'a'KoSher'Dills'; S9t Pantry Prid sodas 690 oft/

pump plunger (diaphram, ). If .w w a a w.m wr NNmi ernAdMIL fDr
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25 N.E. 1st St. faulty replaceAatomotive. Wrap Spaghetti Sauce

Lake Butler Fla. Parts Center V4L IMIKWDinty Moore Beef Stew $,,99 Pantry IMf.IM_Pride WENV. Peanut Butter S179, 16oz "

Starke w freer i HIM
SAVE tee libby Green Beans 3/$1 "Wyler"man Instant Bouillon 9 1 SAVE LOAVES 360

ODeelmente.u,; t :I"S' 5St. Bruce Sweet Potatoes

'r Iii e p Bt'st BugtinGronerifslIWI : CONTADIMA SUNSHINE I Best BDyrinBakeryl

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IIIIIII J JEjjq Pink MtMwUllllNtl Pineapple Drink ,590tM r""f#""" 1SOZ 395 ,""tf: / ,00. .S9 I Sugar>M< ;umivor Choc. Donuts no 991

Worcestershire Sauce 63C\ Pineapple Rolls era 794

Jamboree 511101-8000 Grape Jelly 994 CASCADE ERA 'Butterloaf;'' "Bread 2 toAVp'" 890

an si 1 wer
Hungry Jack Pancake Mix I 79y\ DISHWASHER LIQUID FrencTstick Bread 2u vtt' S100

tilt Pantry' .Vide Pancake Syrup ;79C DETERGENT DETERGENT Sunsweet Prune Juice $119

Mr Spud Instant Potatoes 594wim Cold Power mw 'SI 1.83

a. w | Viable I*"Polish Dills 990\ 65oz $209 32ozBTL. $]29 Ajax_Detergent 2.69

994 BOX .
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121 : LQ : : i !! !! t aee21e8 : [ : : J : 1-8'1' ::" ennH" JillflfirOflIJTIl I2 I ; ;1 !! a! .eejeTJ:1:
Community News
by Elisabeth G.Walker presented by Mt.Pie gab AME:Church Mr.and Mrs.Joe Harmon Thursday 7 will meet at Sister Johnnie Coffee's.
phone(644683 a New Year Gospel Program Sunday p.m. Sunday School each Sunday 10 Thursday 7:30 Story Hour. Friday
Jan.Z7.5 p.m. featuring theSunbeamGo.pel a.m. 6:30 Junior Choir and Junior Usher
..- Adult Basic Education Singers, The Voice of flclal board meeting 7:30. Service 11 friends for flowers, food and other Board rehearse. Saturday dinners
V-Tech. a Trade School In this Jerusalem and the ModernIres a.m. and 4 p.m. acts of kindness shown during our Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist will be sold. Sunday-You Invitedto
community. Is Inviting adults who Gospel Singers allot Gainesville The Pleasant Grove and Mt. Moorish hour of sorrow. May God bless each of Church Monday 7:30 Senior celebrate our Slat Church Anniversary
have not finished hl school to enrollIn public is Invited to attend. United Methodist Churches will have you. Choir rehearses. Tuesday 7:30: Prayer' with usl! 9:30 Sunday School, 11
I. classes In the various centers: and Free Canaan True Church of God In Sunday School only Sunday. All The Hampton Family Meeting. Wednesday 7:30: McKay' a.m. Morning Worship, 1 p.m dinner
at Vo-Tech to study to take the GED Unity: Monday 7:30: Prayer Band. members are asked to attend the Greater Allen Chapel AME Church Circle will meet at Sister Sarah will be served Sp m. afternoon worship -
test for a high school diploma for Job Each Tuesday Choir rehearses 7:30; Fellowship of Churches at Ebezener. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday. Class Prince's; Lee's Circle will meet at will be the final service for the
Improvement or for personal enrich Wednesday Tarrying Service. Friday Church of God In Christ: Each Leaders will make their reports im- Sister Rebecca David's; Blye's Circle' day.
ment. Bible Study. Sunday School 10 a.m. Tuesday Bible Band 1 p.m. Tuesday mediately after Sunday School.There
;; There are many trade courses! offered Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening 6:30 choir Pastoral Friday 7:30: will not be morning service. The con-
;'\ ;' The new expansion of the Worship 8 p.m. Prayer and Teaching. Sunday gregation will meet at the church 1
school has provided more faculties to New Bethel Baptist Church: Each School 9:30.11:30: Morning Worship p.m. to form a motorcade for Mandarin Starke Elementary School newsThe I
the community. Courses are offeredin Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. with the pastor in charge.YPWW to conduct 3 p.m. service. All ..
Cosmetology Truck Driving, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 5:30: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30.: members are asked to cooperate with six weeks grading period ended Vickie McFarlane. Tara DeSue and
I Automobile Repair Horticulture\ 11 a.m.All members are asked to Church: of God of Prophecy:Sunday this activity.The Friday Jan. 18. Report cards will go Yong Sue Hankerson. Mrs.Tetstone's
clothing lab, baking and cooking attend the Fellowship of Churches 3 School 10 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 Spring rally will terminateFeb. home tomorrow. Jan.25. The reportsof class welcomed Brian Nex from
welding,beating and air conditioning p.m. at Ebezener a.m. Evening 7 p.m. 17. All members are asked: to baste skills in Reading,Writing and South Carolina last week.
M carpentry and masonry. All these Notice Saturday 2 p.m. all Card of Thanks work for success In this activity. Mathematics will also be sent home. Mrs. Griffls reports her second
courses or trades can be learned and Deacons and Trustees are asked to The family of the late Isaac W.M. Calvary Baptist Church: Prayer Mrs. Winkler' second grade class grade students are doing much betteron
you board at home. Some have a meet the pastor who will be in charge.All Hampton wishes to thank our many Meeting will be held at the home of welcomes two new students: Randy their homework. Their class is
small fee. For Information contact members of the trustee board and Lyons from Jacksonville and Jason welcoming two new students: John

Ii Vo-Tech office, ask for David Smith. members are reminded of the annual M: : : : : : : ; [' 1 Girl Scout NewsWise : : : : J: = : : :: :a Crawford from Starke Christian Turner and Harvey Ratley.
Girl Souts: Girl Scout cookies will Deacon and Deaconess Day on the second School. Happy Birthday this month to Mrs. Gay's second grade: We
( arrive Wednesday. Jan. 30. Scouts Sunday in Feb.Lets make this a by Carolyn Eaves Tawanda Tyson and Ron Wishart. welcomed Donna Wimberly on Jan. 2.
may fill orders from Mrs. Altemease grand day. phone 904-5812 Theresa Ricks and Pam Sams Alyssa Weasels and Steven Thornton The students are becoming more
.-,, Chandler Cookie Chairman for Troop The American Legion will meet all on the A-B honor roll. These girls received prizes for doing their punctuation responsible with written work from
... 1184. Tuesday attend.m.All membersare All of the Starke troops were well ,are In Bradford Middle School and perfectly.In .
/v-': asked to represented at the Neighborhood Cadette Troop 520. Mrs. Tetstone's class Yong Sue Second grade classes are beginning
.;,.-- Church Activities First Bern Church of The Living meeting last Tuesday evening at the ,. Cookies arrive next week and will Hankerson and Allsha Manning are units on Maps and Globes The Eye
l-.t. St. John Missionary Baptist God: Friday 6:30 Bible Study 7:30 United Methodist Church. Everyone be distributed as soon possible. If celebrating birthdays. Those with and The Earth. Units recently concluded
Church Sunday School each Sunday Tarrying Service. Sunday 10 a,m. received training in Girl Scouting: you did not order cookies, please don't perfect attendance the last six weeks were Transportation Colds
10 am. with Chris Hamilton In Sunday School, Morning Worship 11 with the emphasis on Thinking Day be sad, we have plenty of extras andwill were: Tommy Balkcom Truln Blye and Diseases and Matter and
charge. Church service 2nd and 4th a.m. YPCW e p.m., Evening Worship and the world as well as Ideas for Girl be glad to take your order now. Tara DeSue Yong Sue Hankerson, Energy. .
,, Sundays 11 a.m. and a p.m. Choir 1 p.m. Scout Week in March. Thanks to Several booths are being planned so and Vickie McFarlane. The students
rehearses 5 p.m. Saturday. There will Antioch Baptist Church: Each everyone for coming and thanks to watch for the time and place. having \perfect attendance in Mrs. Arbor Day Tree Sale
be a business meeting Friday Jan. Thursday prayer meeting.Saturday 6 Patty for her help. All Brownie leaders and assistant Tetatone a room for the first semesterare
10 25. at 7:30: p.m. All members are asked p.m. the Union Choir will rehearse at We are always glad to see members leaders are asked to be at the : Tommy Balkcom, Truln Blye, Set By 4-H Club
} to attend. Visitors are always New Bethel. Sunday School 10 a,m. of the "scout family" doing well In Methodist Church Tuesday Jan. 29.
'' welcome. Rev. Willie Huffman Morning Worship 11 a.m. 3 p.m. the school and other activities. Congratulations at 4:30: for additional training. If you The Green Acres 4-H Club of Brad-
< pastor. Choir Union will be held In Keystone.Mt. to Michelle Kimutis and have a favorite game, song and/or CARD Of THANKS ford County will have a tree sale on
hit Mt. Plsgah AME Church: Sunday Zion AME Church: Each Tues- Melanie Wood both on the A honor roll craft, please come prepared to share January 25 and 26 to help those that
School 10 a.m. There will be day Choir rehearses 7:30. Friday of- and Cheryl!,! Furrow, Lori Clark, Jules u. the We would like to thank everyone for forgot to celebrate Arbor Day.
expressions of love and sympathyat
The sale on Friday Jan. 25, will be
the loss of our wife and mother. We at the Community State Bank and the
thank you for your prayers for her Florida Bank In Starke from 3:30.6:
HAND PAINTED during her illness and for us after the p.m. Remaining trees, if any will be
Vt\de .->T- .,- '" '.-...- Lord called her home.May God richly sold Saturday, Jan. 26, in front of
Pantry bless you. Eckards in Bradford Square from
P Vtesen\s Sincerely.
: 9:30 a,m. till.Packeta .
[ 1 Husband and Childrenof of six trees(combination of
proud y MAGNIFICENT SAVINGS Eutha Starling dogwood, red cedar red maple and

sycamore) will sell for $1 per packet.
p:::=:>. Profits from the sale will be used on

'tt projects to benefit the community and
.( ,rY .. 'f BRADFORD MIDDLE support 4-H'ers.

\1 1 { ;. I anyjumbo SCHOOL NEWS Make plans to add beauty and valueto
size e your property as well as support
I Students from Bradford County 4-H PLANT A TREE.
11 any ;.;,;..::' mug only joined almost 600 Special Olympians

size regular mug 'rr ::(:'; r S-JG9 at competition.the East Central The Florida tournament basketball was Gospel Sing Set

I NOW YOU CAN COLLECT A C 1 a. ).compares to held at Patrick Air Force Base on Saturday, Jan. 26
COMPLETE SET OF BEAUTIFUL 99c f/S3 49 value January 11 and 12. Anna Clayton.
MUGS AT GREAT SAVINGS to Mary Strong, Brenda Fertig and The Salvation Singers will be
compares au WOWS.AO..w o aooo woo JAN 23 Tall!
I JUST FOR SHOPPING WITH US. value TAI./AN se raw an/ANT".wwt.Ma.APatl Vicki Moschella accompanied the featured at a Gospel Sing, Saturday
CHOOSE FROM A WIDE SELECTION $1.79 following competitors: John Davis January 26, at 7 In the Pine
I OF SHAPES DECORATIONS! Darrell Rich. Henry Wilkes Bobby Grove Methodist Church in Ralford

WUlingham, Sharon Hodge, Felicia CR 199. __ _
till JW"llitl t-OCI' llft-l tiult fill ? ?
Boneless Beef Round Steak $278 Nichols and Laverna McDuffie.
u These students competed in the Run, Pine Level Baptist Church
Beet I Blade! Chuck.,Steak tl u$188 Dribble Shot events and the girls SUNDAY-Radio Broadcast

Ittt At ellvt.wamuPull.. .HIM." L' a a competed as a basketball team.In (WPXE) 8:35; Sunday School 10;
Beef Blade Chuck Roast u$178 a addition to the actual competition Morning Worship 11; Adult Choir
there were karate demonstrations Rehearsal 5:30: ; Training Time 6:30: ,
Boneless Stewing Beef i'as' .." u $198 movies and a disco dance.It Evening Worship 7.WEDNESDAY.MldWeek.
was an enjoyable experience Service
IMI MiilwiMvftilt e. all MtltM
Freshly Ground: Beef II$158 1 everyone.. 7:30: ; Adult Choir Rehearsal 8:30.:

son mttiitiH' r nil ; 'UYr
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Lykes Smoked Picnics LI88
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Fresh Pork Butts u$1te PKG REGULAR A-LA-CARTE

Whole Pork Loin .....u.nUrt II$148 SAVE 400 A LB SAVE 304 Chicken & rice turnip greens Hamburgers, pizza, French fries
nun! ttclllltlltltPWftll.i:.. IH HI i um IHI.CMC SAVE 404 cookie,applesauce cornbread, milk milkshakes.
'm''' n. aN II$1D9
Fryer Combination rOrwaut TVESDAY.JANVARYZI French .
Cheeseburgers, pizza
Utt IM.Uw IKIHI. Lasagna, garden salad buttered milkshakes.
Fyne Spred Otrs. Oleo 58A u1k s.m.rNlnrAN, NnMMIS.mai.NL.ata, TURKEY corn hot rolls, apple crisp milk.

Uvl H:*IMI Kl .1IWI..'..MM i Mild Smoked Sausage $198 Wrangler Franks $171 1 DRUMSTICKS WEDNESDAYJANUARY3O mashed

Whipped Margarine u?wlwN runs. .. 1AaA.Mot Pon Lmt anAN Hamburger gravy Hamburgers, French fries pizza
SAN a.....d..C..tt-. $118/ Margarine Quarters 73"Sliced Cooked Ham $198 OOVT QUICK SUSPECTED FROZEN 38? Half potatoes, yellow field cake peas, milk., hot rolls, peach milkshakes.
Cheese .
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SAVE Inw.kr $138 sAKii ii.60h 68" THURSDAY. JANUARY
Sliced American Singles icken Franks
Los Cal Assorted Yogurts 4$1 ..?............-. ............ ......" CENTER CUT BEEF Fried chicken rice & gravy, but- Pizza, French fries cheeseburgers
Sliced..'! ....Meat... FM,BolognadTd"sniitnfield..,. $138 Plain. Yogurt, 88.4. Oscar Mayet franks $18: .SIRLOIN STEAK strawberry tered green shortcake peas, milk not rolls milkshakes.
18.4. fAwlau wsseanen'sOrSKoshe $18 T'a.' Ar ru..l $ 88 FRIDAY.FEBRUARY I
Whipped Margarine Pickles
784 2 Baked fish, baked beans, coleslaw,
Sausage SAVE! "oc A LS L. hush puppies, cookie, pear half milkshakes.Hamburgers, French fries pizza




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I do-n-youTMlfera an earning their home the HrM-MMwd
Fhiorigard Mouthwash ,99i( LEMON NATURAL, o; .''''';''/ I tMimMMII. MILES WAY by building II inwitiMlv'
3. towFhtwI 3 "I J Pet Quick Maid Waffles 3"1 Learn how MILES-.t-vou..lf.wlllt. prw-out
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Care Lotion
Ph.'ic'- 3f$1 kitchen ca lnet.. Quality Iwallna...and much
m_' m .
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( professional worknMn You cva. _.too.
> Ultra Ban Roll-On 49i( IMI wa.usBag ii.C'Si 001S00""MW0100 MILBB BABY CNIOIT ..'
Cat Litter $111 1 EZ.Off Oven Cleaner $12t, 3/89/ "
Coffee Lightner Ready cash for a Ma dewnMynwnl. I I.n1 ImpartwtfNoltrtor :
Bicl'ighterspTastic ,2JS1 1 ..et w.w wtw tut m HUM imams IM i..n..IM mm mMMt gum a ana l is a fully 1Mlot. MILES hu mortage :i\\
.c Wyler' Bouillon Beef 3/M/ Tetley,Tea Bags .$12t. Jeno's Pizza 994 money and can trust you before you Mart. You anloy ';'r
tow monthly payment* wMlo you buHd
PansETort 49.I( "' mi'SOw ',\'\
: Spray 991 Faultless' / 1 -, Klkk'mlll Soy Sauce .290 Bring the whole family. and your plant A'> MllaaRapraavntatlwB ,

? 891 ...,...'"_" ton .nINCi IM..-...MIMHIt will M on lumo M answer aK yaw .'
', / Apple Juice $ 796 _.. Start a maw fit*. ,
Taco Shells'
Pancho Villa "Kleenex Facial Bags'.t: // Vanilla PuddlnlCups !' "1
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Merchant Con'testIii,, / 1

The winner of last weeks contest- was

Mrs. Mary Gissy. CONGRATULATIONSThank e

you so much for the response we had and we i5

hope you will visit these businesses and get to know

their personnel.


PUMP l ,Shop ik

SUPPLY A FamllyOwn.dand 110 W. Call St.

CO. Operated Business v .
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234 N.Temple Ave. rr":':. ='. ,.',.., :/,\,, 964.5764
864 N.Temple Ave. 964-7596 '" '.';',

Owned&Operated by R.V.Durrance Serving Bradford,County Come in and see our complete line of Hallmark
for Over 50 Years cards and gifts. We also hare bookkeeping supplies
and other office supplies, 1980 calendars -
Let Durrance do all your plumbing. We have all Valentine cards and party goods.
the plumbing supplies you'll need. For all your ''appliances' televisions see '

.. .... ._.. Winkler's TODAY .Offering Zenith! RCA. Hot- "" ',Inc ""
Ma tit Amjncann.ad"r.\ "* .n & -II41&' copy Lu iuo,iLruri.l,.bu uaNd:.t.,, u, uo/1/ ,ow o
'+ *pUMPS' .Well Drilling point 9 "
Stop by and see Warren or Arthur Winkler vw
Serving Bradford County and CLwu '\lL

North Florida since 1964 Sylvia Underhill, Bookkeeper



155 W. BrownleeSt.. '. I
206 Madison St. ri. I ,
U.S.301 North .
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964-6060 .
9647200Have 1 ? tM T \ vW
Owned and Operatedby r

Lawrence Mosley Brings you quality auto parts and accessories.

you thought about a new car or truck for
1980 Your New Scotty Muffler Dealer with a Lifetime "We Help I Keep America Moving"
Guarantee. .

Come to the people that have what you need. E
: Clyde or Byron can put you in a LTD with over Complete Line: of Tires Machine Shop ServiceManaged 0({
drive that gets over 17/24 MPGallon. Front End -
Repair AMOM .....
... .. By
t. You don't have to give up comfort for gas Mechanical Repairs ,NAPA, Ronnie Ratliff, ,NAPA ;
mileage. We have a good selection of Mustangs, ...,
Pintos and Fiestas also.
a With This Ad We Will Jack Sapp Janie Ratliff
Grease Your Car:: Free Shop Foreman Secretary


301 S.Starke Fla 004-8484 t r c r
Cimp.r. Tint W.lcom."A ,

: \J'\\' MARKET .
Owned & Operated y. .;'>::111 1 430 N. .,.
Ed & Bette Perry ( L\ I g I .; .,,/C ,
r -m Temple r 607 E. Brownlee it. |.

Save Money and Gas on Your Next 964-5611 ,v '? '964-8077,1, f y ,
W t :
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Camping At Starke's Trip and KOA Stay /w\: Owned and Operated by Doyle and Brenda Thomas //"l/ t t '' '" ''"

Where w*have S*If-S*",I ce Chevron COA' Frank Patterson.Assist.._,. *ErnestjAlien offersyou'I :| only quality custom cut ,
Convenience Storo pnd IP Cai .'', ,. _. ._ _. .,.-m.ataWh.n.yo",",Want some fine .atln,,go see c
You Don't Have To Leave Bradford County For ., 1 'IMJtrnet.,,. iwrJeiho, .| ;Jihop'sV steaks, bacon "andneckbonesjcYow '
all and accessories '<
For auto
your parts ,.stop,br ,
Vacation >Uk what want, toll them
.., . | ; you .
and see Doyle and Frank today. | 1 :: '' ''
%, how,. a.cull Jit, and Jaest'of all the price. :. ,ls.competltlve. ; -.
POOL So Bring Your Swim Suit. "'' ", .' ";,.; -" til-. .. '.=,,h.. ,,' r ,
PLAYGROUND so Briny Th.Kid assemble and : 11 "">A'
We also .repair J ,. ,
| GAME ROOM So in g,A Thought, In Mind To A.'? "f IL cR.IaY
I : Hydraulic Hose. r :e :; II _._._,_..._, .. :, _::_ _



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?Phone Elisabeth 782-3309 Terry and third Tuesday nights at 7:30 p.m. LawteyKews 'lIriL! !.. l f; j : : !! ![ e El O : : is !A

The "Singers of Heart'will be singing Kelly were Sunday dinner guests of In.law'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starling
'' at the Lawtey Correctional Institute Mr. and Mrs. James D. Kelly and
.1 son and
WISH TO TAKE THIS family of Brycevllle.
OPPOK-, children of Jacksonville.
next Sunday afternoon for ) Robert Whetsel of Keystone Heights.. Bob and friend Ellen of Jacksonville
TUNITY TO THANK EVERY Mrs. Manuel Martinez and
PERSON their We are happy la learn that Mrs: ,, Mr:' and Mrs. Debbie
WHO worship service. J.R. Jones of Colum Arwood Jacksonville, daughter
GAVE ME AN Eugenia returned to their
NEWS OR DID ANY FAVORS ITEM FOR OF The Thrift Store has many new home Elnora PrIvet after was able to return bia S.C., returned to their home Sun- was a Sunday dinner guest of her home In Bis bee, Arizona on Thursday.
ME DURING THE YEAR items of very good quality. Stop by Friday being patient In day after spending Friday and Satur grandmother Mrs. B.L. Wilkison,
GOD BLESS EACH AND 178. MAY and look around every Saturday. SI Vincent's Hospital of Jacksonville, day with their mother Mrs. Flossie Sr., and they attended church at

ONE OF YOU. EVERY There wll be a YARD SALE every since Mr.Wednesday. ,Rosier. Grace United Methodist Church. IMP" I"J! : ; : : :
',: FIRST SATURDAY out on the lawn of and Mrs. Robert Smith and Daric Harvey, (son of Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Smyth and her friend Lee
EUZABETHTERRY the new location. family and Mrs. Tom Whaley and Pete Starling of Jacksonville) spent Stockton of Jacksonville, spent the

Those who are now improving In daughter, of Tampa were Sunday, the weekend with his grandparents weekend with her grandparents Col Lunch Menu
First i ACTIVITIES health aret Mrs. Eloise Olin. Mr. Bub dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. 28Feb. I
Beptlnt We were honored with Carter The Estes Mrs. Mary Nellie Wilkinson, sister, Mrs. Daisy 'family, Dick Jordan of New York spent Bradford County Middle

Mrs.a visit R.H.by Mrs. Ola Starlin,'.mother, Shuford. Is still in the Baptist Hospital, Boch and daughter Miss Lynn Mrs. Flossie Rosier and her son-in- some time with his brother and sister- School Vo-Tech School

Futch who is 92 years old, Jacksonville. Wbaley. Other guests were Mrs. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J.R. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jordan and all Elem. Schools
our morning service. She was the Virgil Griffis and Mrs. Maims Griffls Jones of and family.)
oldest Happy birthday this past week was Columbia, S,C., visited Mrs.
person we have had visit our In honor of Kenneth and children of Palata. Arnie Abstain in Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
church before. Wainwright, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Mlcanopy on Fri and Monday Jan. 28: Hamburger on bun
Don Love Don Boyette and daughter Laura
and Marie
son David of
Grace United Methodists: The Orchestra family of Macclenny were Sunday day.Mr. Newberry buttered.
Pertonalst and Mrs. Terry Sykes and spent the weekend with corn, plneabble
tidbits milk.
Service was this a blessing during Worship Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts of dinner guests of their brother and daughter. Chrissy and Billy and Julie their parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tuesday. Jan.': Chicken rice tur-
past Sunday. Kenna .sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wilkison
O.J. Sr.
Wifkerson Lawtey. are the proud parents of a Crouse of Jacksonville were Sunday nip greens sweet potatoes
was featured peanut
the Boyette and
on daughter Shawna Lee born 'In family. dinner guests of their parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Tomlinson of butter cookie milk.
and Clarinet Ray Shuford on saxophone Shands Hospital, GalnesvWe. Jan. 16 Justin Kelly (son of Mr. and Mr*. and Mrs. Bill Crouse and'family. The Lake City, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday. Jan. 3IJ
Bryan Bowman on the trombone. David : Hamburger
Next weighing I ibs.,21 Inches long. Grandparents Kelly} of Jacksonville) spent occasion was to celebrate the birthday Truman Norman and their mother steak mashed potatoes &
Sunday during the worship the weekend with his grandparents of their Mrs. Carl Prevatt gravy,
are Mr. and Mrs. Edward daughter Mrs. Terry on Sunday after buttered
service the little Choir will be singing Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. Sikes. noon. green peas, strawberry
Roberts Lawtey and Mr. and
two numbers for hot rolls milk.
the worship service. Frank Mrs. Robert Lee and her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sherree Shilln and
Martin of Independence Mikey Kelly and Kevin Grlt-
son Thursday Jan. 31
all members of this choir Mrs. I Beans welners
SOt will need Manuel Martinez and fis attended ,
Missouri. Michael of services at Grace
be Ocala and a friend Baptist cabbage slaw fruit
to there. cinnamon
Orchestra Mrs. John Tye spent Thursday with .Eugenia were Tuesday luncheon ,,Hunter Short of Leesburg Mr. and Church on Sunday morning. roll. milk. cup,
Practice via: be the first her daughter Mrs. Pam Tally and guests of her sister. Mrs. Mrs.'J.I?. Beard and granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling spent Friday Feb. I: Manager's choice.

: : g != : : r : : : l>D I 2 '"" ... ... Sunday with their son and daughter-
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V PUBLIC NOTICE Township 6 : : : : : : : : : : E !. : : : : : : : : : -
South, Dang of beginning thus LDIJ.I : : : : : : : : J : : : : "" :: : : : '! : .L

,Notice of ApplicationFor ford 22 East County, In Stark.Florida, Brad described run Westerly 865.00 Florida Statutes, A parcel of land lying Eighty ((80)) degrees'and Jacksonville, Florida
Variance: sold parcel being man along said Northerly' notice le hereby given NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS / In the'Northeast QuarterNE Eighteen ((18)) minutes' 32202, 904/6322010 on following described personal
Notice It hereby given' particularly described as boundary 347.1 feet to that the undersigned' Bob NAME LAW ( 4)) of Northeast East, One Hundred Fifty or before February 15. property to-wlt:
that Th.Board ol Adios| follows: Cam"a an Iron pipe;thence Northerly Cordon Enterprises Inc. NOTICE IS HEREBY Quarter (NEVi ) of '(150)) feet to an IP; 1980 and file the 199. Mercury :2 dr ID

moat, City ol Stark., point where. the line and parallel with. Route!, Box 266. Starke, GIVEN that the under Southwest QuarterSWA thence South Zero ((0)) original with the clerk of No. 9HI5N3I42I9
Florida will conduct a dividing said Section In. said Westerly boundary Flo. 32091 doing signed desiring to ( ) of Section degrees and One ((01)) this Court either before 1967 Ford Truck ID No.
hearing at 5:00: P.M., In teriecte the. Westsrly 50.2 feet to an Iron pipe; business under the firm engage In business Twenty.five ((25)), minute East Sixty.five service on plaintiff attorney F73FUA8604S
the City Commission boundary of the right of thence Easterly perpen name of "CORDON AH und.r the fictitious name Township Five ((5)) South (65)) feet to an IP, thence or Immediately, Section 21. Township 6
room City Hall. Stark. way of State Mood 200 dicular to said Westerly CONDITIONING AND of PASTRY SHOP at 138E. East Range Twenty-two ((22)) North Eighty-nine (89)) thereafter;; otherwise a South Range 22 East

Florida on Thursday (US 301) and run boundary 247.1 feet to HEATING. Routa 3, Box Call Street Stark. Florida Bradford County. degrees and Thirty-four default will be entered Commence at the Northeast .
February 7. I960, to con on Iron pipe located on 266. Stark. Fla. 32991, Florida Intend to ; sold parcel being ((34)) minutes' East One against you for the relief corner of Section
elder a request for a Southerly along sold said Westerly boundary: Intends. to register sold register' the sold "a..,. more particularly Hundred Seventy-three demanded In the complaint South 31 degrees West
VARIANCE from the Westerly boundary SJ,05 thence Southerly along fictitious nam.und.rtho with the Clerk of the Circuit described as follows: and Forty-nine Hundredths or petition. 950 feet to Center of
minimum lot depth requirement feet to an Iron pipe sold Westerly boundary provisions. of aforesaid ", Court of Bradford Commence at the Northwest ((173.49)) feet to an IP, WITNESS my hand and Railroad and Center' of
of the B-3, located at a point where. 50.32 feet to point of statute. County Florida. Northeast corner of said thence North Z.ro ((0)) the seal of this Court on Center Street,. North 72
Hlway Commercial sold Westerly boundary Owners, Bernard F. Quarter degrees and On. ((01)) Gilbert S. Brown As degrees West en Canter
District, an a parcel of Int.n.... the Northerly beginning.' Sold property Bob Cordon Enter Hufflngton Joanne M. (NE'of! Northeast minute West On. Hundred Clerk of the Court By Street 10"' .' ,feet South
land lying partly In the boundary" of. the right of lying at the corner of prlies, Inc., owner. Hufflngton, and Quarter (NE'of Fifty-nine and-/ /s/B.uloh M. Moody As 16 degrees West 375 feet
SW'/! of Section 25. and way. of State Road SIOOA Hlwoy 301) and Edwards Dated this 24th day of Christine Marie Huff. Southwest Quarter Eighty-nine Hundredths D.pu'ye'.rk. ]/l04lchg for Point ol Beginning
pertly In the NW'/i! of (Edwards load) for Road January, A.D. 1980 In lngton. l/104tchg 131.In (SW4)! ). and run South ((159.89)) feet to on 'IP 1/31. Continue South6
Each and degrees and
NW'/i! ovary" PERSON Bradford. County. 1/24 located on
of Southerly
Section 13, all In beginning. From. degrees West ISO feet
paint On.
((01)( ) minute
hoving'an Interest 4chg, 2/11. East boundary aforesaid North 72
: NOTICEOF degrees E 193
whatever In the II.. Circuit Court of along the Westerly boundary thence South Eighty-nine feet North 14
VARIANCE should, Bradford County. thereof, Three ((3)) degreesEast
appear ((89)) degrees and Thirty- SHERIFF'S SALE 180 feet South 72
and be heard the Florida. Casa No feet to an Iron pipe
at four
79.594.CA. (hereinafter ((34) minutes West, Notice is hereby giventhat degrees East' 193 feet to
time and place PUBLIC NOTICE to along said Southerly 1 I. Dolph E. Reddish Point of Beginning
prescribe TUCKER BROS. INC.. a as ,IP, ) located on the .
Joltn i: (Slourr I ed. Th.annual meeting of Florida corporation Southerly boundary of boundary Three Hundred as sheriff of Bradford As ih. property of the
GEORGE W, ROBERTS the stockholders of Plaintiff vs MALACHI the right of way of a ,Twenty-one and County. Florida under above named defendant
Reg, Reel'Estate Sreiw180W.C.IIH. Chairman Board of Adjustment. COMMUNITY STATE JENKINS ., ux., at ol., graded County road for Thirty four Hundredths ond by virtue of Writ of and that on Monday the
I ) City of Itar.... BANK Stork.Florida, Dsfendants( ). point of beginning. From (321.34)) f..t,to point of .Execution, to-wit: llth day ol February
..... i A.L. Crosby. Jr., for the election 01. NOTICE point of beginning thus beginning.has Execution Issued out 1980 at on. o'clock on
Secretary. 1/24 2tchg Directors and the transaction OF ACTIONTO described continue besn filed against of Circuit Court of sold dny on the premisesof
1/31. of any other you and MALACHI Alachua County Florida the Bradlard County
9645527Special I : FAIRFAX FAMILY South Z.ro ((0)) degreesand
: business that may FUND. INC., a On. JENKINS' AND OLA MAE pursuant to a Final Jail I will offer for sale
corporation ((01)) minute
I come before the Principal East JENKINS his wife and Judgement for Lake and sell to the highest
ati place of along said
NOTICE OFINTENTION meeting will be held at business Unknown boundary One Westerly Hundred you are required toserve Area Stat. Bonk, and bidder for cash. In hand

the office of said Sank YOU ARE NOTIFIED Nineteen and Thlrt..nHundr.dth. a copy of your against Bob L. Cooper the above described property
2 TO REGISTER on January 31, I960 that written dsfenses. If any' defendant, In the of sold dsfendant
an .
: Trailer Park. action to ((119.13)) feel
FICTITIOUS between the hours of foreclose the to It on LAWRENCE J. amount of $10.454.68 to satisfy' the aforesaid
"I trailer II .. propertyon to 'an 'IP located on theEasterly
park trail.
Appro. 6 _.. Fsnced. NAME 1:30: ",M. and 2 P.M. the following BERNARD ESQUIREplaintiff's together with costs ofcollection. Execution.
of the
$68.000. property boundary
o'clock. 1/24 ottorn.v.who. /s/Dolph E. Reddish
SI trailer park 11 'roll.... 2 IN frame haute. bam ap Pursuant to Section 1/31. Jtchg. Florida In Bradford County right of way of State .. address Is 1001Blockstone Hove seixed and hove Sheriff Bradford County
: 225.
thence North
pro.. 22 acres, fenced pasturekml. SI 13000. LARGE : Building! In my possession the Florida. 1/l74tchg2/7.
down payment. Owner. will finance balance.

warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned off less. Great

location.I Tackle' and (Jit business, Large Inventory. U q FLORIIANDREALIY

On. city block In downtown Stark., just waiting for the

right buslneis. Great opportunity for downtown mall. ,. .. .

U... warehouse appro*. ,.,000 sq ft. Needs roof and ', Plan.BL4.yioo
repairs. Ho. floor and k t L :rat f. .u
INVESTORS standing DREAM walls. $41,000. REAL ESTAu rE" 393 N. Temple Avenue "

_. Income Property Will Pay Far Itself ,
t small apartment complex. Handyman's ipeclall 4.rental 'q '
units, possibly 5. $34.900 10 .ero. good Iron- .
I small from house, $ 2.500. fag on graded road \ C rw I 1 He h ur

I large frame hau... Needs rspalri. Residents or 4 apartments "ear town. /

(4 SR. 4 BA). "'..500.t HANDANICEPIAL* Qo.oC \
:12 Bit frame house. Apartment on tide. Zoned commer ...... 'tJ.CJ i REALTYCECELM
$38,500. house and corner lot. 193'

W.Handle' Rentals en Bay St. 42*on Jefferson. ,
alph Bryanleal! Estate'
; 4 BR. 4 Bo Home. $MO mo. 964.777

Pirate call John us. E.to Clever Hit your property. 310 W. Call St., Starke ITII REALTY J&4.S0EiS i0acresland. carnerpro TERWIUEGA. 205 N. T.mpl Stork. "...

..: .... Reel I....Broker (Cor. US 30 Call Sf f XJ Hi rty.l6O" en 301 .eM" enMorgen

'. lu Green Sanders A..ocl.tU2d ..,. 964-8788 gees Rd. All Inventory" WERE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

N.Temple Ave.FHAVA ,
WUTI.NAUTO. B Con.loaning' Available/ doom, 1 1'10 both leer OWNER ::D $P

.school no refr.-ne stove, .
ON 1R 230S or COUNTRY CLUB ISTATM. 3BR I.. 3 ecres w/nlce. fish pond. $24,900.
/ Q/ lu/In 4 .. ROOM 2 Beth location .' 7___
LOTS ft ACREAGE, 3 SR. !'/. .. 12 a 70 Mobile home en 3 .c.... 10900. Saratoga Hts Very"

-. leg Real Estate Broker 7 FOREST HOTS. RestrictedTerms '110 acre Lets 12.100 end up liveable Furniture optlonel. t .
: F II:
301 North Troll Motel. lewtey Weshlngton.. $1. Lot with building ft chain' link 3 .. ROOM IVi Bath', .., .

.:: ROLLING HILLS (...... Highway) I acre B up $3,100: ......-$...000. Cane.. Blk. home, utility MUST SELL
Off lc.702-3931: Nome 702-394. up-l. .% do_. Hwy. :301 N appro 2 acre with CB home owner flnsnced. bldg., fenced yard, fair
INE2 S. STARLING Assoclete Eves 702 300438R. .. 3/2 House
priced. Payments within on 1 Acro VA/FHA

Fr. 8.3 Ac $69.000.4BR. LAWTIY 3 acres a sip, ".taI pet ecre -.. Mobile' Home .Perk for sale. m.dnote .."...
FR. I Ac 27000. 7.11..... well pole a septic f...... 10V nMoMtfiwi' pl>> North NEW LISTINGS
LOOKII7BR. I 35*. Stucco .i Ac 525. 0. 10 ..r..,pines' 122._ a .24..... eventngel Please celT $.' Acres veer Presbyterian. Church a Hospital :31.000.
hg,Qsa.l.an tot 1ft IM. CB, 1.3 Ac $ 0,000. ACREAGE Vernle P. Odom. Broken *431 Center St. 3 BR IB $24,000 Convenient, Iscellon.
ally: u. y ply US "Ml N. M..Acres with 134V: en 301506,100terms.Hwy. lOOW-Beeutlful) 79 ....., 1000. per acre, very" SRI. Phon.S44.S474. 7 trailer lots Erownlee Rd. $4._ per let 20% down.

.Perfect rental. Small) Acreage /far Homes .goad terms. Peer) Andrews ,...n3t Rd. 100A single' wide "Rlchordson" trailer H400.

Zoned BP.t a '....11.,. Low Dn. Pay. GRAHAM 010 acres. Merlon County Owner fflnenced.ecree L.G. Dell N4.759T 4 Deluxe daublewlde MH eH...... >3 3/3 ecreo$27.SOO. ;
70 ecres with 3 BR) heady SUM Reuse $,,.... per acre.HOMEBl .. .. Hwy 225 good lend In posture, 2.750 per acre. 1310 John. Dr. Seretage Heights. food. nolgSeerkeod." :

3BR 2Ba. CB.CH/A FPl': Fm 10 Ac., Shade $20.000Rm. ..T/ acre, GrINIs loo > $(.)O will' well owner Nnenced. SOMETHING SFECMt :

1.100 sq. ft. on 3 Ac. :2O Ac. Pasture $40.000 2 BR .Frame- large lot SU..... 2% acre Hampton" tree Includes well, septic, light Historical home 184 N. Cherry St. $490 ... ft. II reams ;
$94.000. 10 Ac. Fenced $".GOIt Specious. ...........- greet Iscellon far small business P..L. ..,!".. P1tasP s 2Vt basks -B fireplaces- *....utl.ulloM $51.000 Owner :

All acreage 10% to 3O" 2 BR ........w/. cerpet-'reelilt flseptece-steve. ref. fin. 1

3BR. 2 Bo, CB. CH/A 1.30 Down. 1O% '"'.'with Syr. $27.000. HOMES * ,
Ac. Shady B46.SOO. ro 19 yr. fa pay. .3 bedroom, I both on I acre, .nice trees, 17,800. '....... 404 N. Cherry" 2 ..\ furnished opts. Owner flnenced.Brewnlee :

GRAHAM Very Meat 2 or 3 BR frame bete esi 1 acre with .3 EM, I Beth en city lot, fenced. 13.900. under renovation. Rd. ferns 14*Acres* *plus* *peaks Meek 3 B* 2. j jrttert.

and .Ig. utility bldg. 52........ ._ home with CH8.A ..,,..., drepes $...101I. j
2W acre I BR 1 Beth : I'.wvv. .1O .
FOR '' KINOUEV LAKIt; Mobile home CftU/TtR 3/tethpUth 3 outbuilding B OESIGNEO FOR EFFICISN-. ... 22$.. Nice nemo with 2 Acres $43,804 err 13 Acres I

t YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Brick ....... wMt 9. ft. en weter $...... .eke screw pee o&esftel, .....,wI.. buy lot .,... CY. This well. kept 3/2 CI SM.50O. 1

IN BRADFORD COUNTY.:CALL .to acres with 3 BR. 2 ...... C/B ho..... CrWA ch.llIlI"k ....... will save yea money SMALL TOWN MAL ESTATE EAROAINSlHouse I
STRAWBERRY ACRE fenced yerd many. fruit trees. several! ,..,."., fenced 4 en utility blls. Lerge brick beeutlfuEdwards Rd. 3 BR 2 8 CrUA.'Best .

: BILL POWELL Estate serge !-.- Cape Cod ee 14 beeuttfullAWTEVi cress-fenced ,..'u... X smell ......... Terms.outhtete2BR. fireplace Is the fecel paint .' neighborhood 130T: Swing 3 BR 3 B CrMA. I i
teased. sxad sues -4 w.. .$ I Beth, fondly ream, carpet, A/C unit, of the 28 a 14 living' end) .4 BR 2 B brick. 10 acres Rd. 128 Home with many ........ :
t .nice corner lot. $28.500. Terms. dining_.... This well .let 4 Butler Court $3990. ,

REAL ESTATEt .''Hwy 221. stone exterior, .nice. 2 ... I Beth with ..... strutted home Is faceted House. I 3 ..... off .... 121 .born fenced $34.MO.Seeutlful i

Grew your own etrewbsrrlss. ee tfils appro*. 1 ..... .. under curthretlen, bens end) gerege co......, fenced. en. .Io..y....shaded'at. lot near Country Club 2OO/.I4' $3509 en 230 1
1I$ N. t$i. n .... S3B. fees f M frame heuee i shed. 11B.121. ........, L......_. J ecres. 4 bsdrsens. I bath !-..."'. $11.800. .e..........,. hem pretty grounds 1301 Prstt.. ,i;

:? IF YOU DIDN'T I rantaIa aka /era I.?. .......... 2 U frame lieu,. .lovely .landscaped ,.nI. ..13 acre > $17.000. :;
t' GET A LOT FOR 34.*4 deublswlee MM ((1 BR IH Be)a 12x40 MH ((3. BR {1Sleeks.. This you should see. 1% acre.cheln, link feme. GOOD COMMIRCIAlPOSSISIUTIES '1..*estme t-4 rentels' Call S Bey St. $...000. !
I CHRISTMASBUY Be) mefitMy lucerne$44O.$....... Ig. 4 BR. 1% both with 3rd both plumbed. Needs. semefinishing await the Cemmerclel .next te Terwllleger ...1"1

: ONI NOW I Ih New I BR home with Greet Rees t.Fireplace. OiBA ee 4 _rk. Redwood siding, lire piece. _..y.d.... aew ewes of "rime OWNER! INANCEDl. _
:- ease en paved reed. $...... ........... tracts S disk ben Aeundence fruit end nut trees.heeuttfully lendsceped.Sreoken3 "'Ih..... dry" BredferJCounty ;;! 117 Westsiterefend 2 BR 1 B furnished. 18,800.

1; Owner"...nc'nt' Avelleble BR I Beth C,/'.. 32.000. T..rn.. ....... 18$ feet ee .3.4 ocres In Hampton for home er treble I.MW. i
301 Pecan ...". and. ."301 LARGI Mdf '/\ acre next'. Bradford Motel. I

.Idll. Let.. KM RENTi UKI NEW J BR 1 Bel* ..... Pern. ... wHfiPlreplece MOMUITSS'Crosby tony trees fill this pertlsl.y .JO ..... prime cmnnwrclal-309M1 A each side Ml. "

..a5 .c.... ,,, :...... .. ... ... ... .... ." 3.710 Sep. Mnrngj m Reem -... .kitchen eJOO.: Me. .'' Lake. restricted hemesMee. .broker-owner. I ct...... ft,.,.,.,. 'Greet property ...... from Halldey INN. Vsrsetllel
'100.0. ...". .93 eveo 2000. In -. $33,000, .,13 301
S.'S ocres nice Ixalen.. .. .....101I ecres ft Moreen Rd. Blf.OOO.Hemptee ,
Hot Crysfel L.... .HorneN..r. .. ".,... 0House 3 lets In city paved street.: $. ",IOO.. excellent terms. Oeke Let Il1-$ ..-pr*Sty trees.
v MAIoIY.MANYO'H'llf 11AND1WITH A HAMMER 4.14 eeree on Orrffls keep timber $t ....

OOWT M SORRY YOU MONT. CAUr .roIIlINT. A.stmatk $1.000. sevlnesI .S.SO..527.1OO.t.M&tftl. evil

3 Bt.3B*!, ..._.ohms. siding.., .., .,. .... ..... '.' "v. ."'7.11C11 :3 .lIheu.. .in seu nt",. you ore e ....1.- 'TOOOe.. ft. CB ...... en Rd. ,,,. Greet petemtel.Best I

4 B>. 3B freme,close In. .. "<... .. .. .. . .fW.OOO: BVENrMG Office Space Hwy "301 yourself. I Home ...r* oelgtiberlieesl. Bessent ....-...... let melee 4000.. ;
resided by 3 quiet eeree.3wner 43 Country duo lets I acre .......&6010. each..
.. .
; McWs P. Myee Lillian c. PeersenrekerSeUseieM 'Paul.14.,e
Convenience store end equipment, .. . .. ..L...- 9444JOOWeyne .Ivies M. Feulkner-Reeltor. lake Bt. Ocele block bense tress.S37.800. eo-.I_.: f
Used furlll"' ... Wslg end. "Iwrentery." . .. . .1M.taI E. OeusjlaeBrekerfelesiisssi' :OWee Menage ._ "..-N4-f04I "" PLANT YOUR SPRING/ Cell St. ssMHSMrcM let 100r1ff J*. OO. A sleeper..
0y Core Center Wdg end) .....Ip. .Reduced. 5..527.,f00 1ARDEN en prexlmetly, 'Cell' ) St._......... let IH"...'.$1'.100. May eeme...
H+A'. REALTOR ASSOCIATES '/10 of em acre 'hi primeBredferd ..Ifome001)( ) ft rend --|. Mesllsen. 523,100.1!

L. ASSOCIATES: Irene,. ..._._.....-.143 County. ...11.o# buildings ee Celt St....... ", ""ra. Use InssgleeMeeleyren I
., Mary Hamilton. 944-6239 DIowW L DyeI JuisMei.V944Mta Vtckl PowellAesectefe :Veda M....._.....94444.. ,,.".. yeur harvest to' leafier A......... i
TWO(Ret)Dam DeSanti.5375 Associate Associate Julie L.OrtHls.._ ....7419 the -.y ,1tcfIeoo, ef tftfa Tenelrleier Aftar. Reeve. ....... orb
Robert A. Mcll_.944-7279 ....112& 964484[ .:- C>*1\ "to. : :K ..jlfjMl>iM. vlckreNsr.s.w ,703437EeMyKlllle

( WB DO APPRArlAlB Nmehsd. salsas $27,$00.: I/L4-7776, H *
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Page 12A TELEGRAPH January 24,1980I

/t Jtlf Clothing Bank. Will Open Jan. 29A I

I(, + r clothing bank will. be open Ma. Myers says St.Mark's does not:
.: .. January :20 for, one day only at have space available to opera W-a:
VL St.Mark's Episcopal Church at m N. clothing bank on a full time basis,and:
Church Street in Starke from noon to invites any community agency"-or;
I 4:30: p.m., church having space to take over the'
Anyone needing Hugh' far clothing bank as an on-going service,*
children from preschool hip
school age is Invited to \Ult toe
clothing bank and take whatever is .
available Laurie Myers, director -
n of St.tYlarh's Day School. .
need .
$ clothing a letter CJf referral 1 "The' mOlt';fiuent, talkers
L from a school teacher, school principal 'or molt plausible reaioners
P a church pastor, the county are not always the jimest
: tX r' Health Department, or other social thinkers." William Hazlitt
r service agency. .
For further information phone
9644587. St.Mark's Day SchOOL .

,, 'E

p,,tGttOOl\ PLANT

It'sA Terrarium!


Amid chaos and laughter Vo-Tech Instructor Diane Wescotted showed fifth ENJOY BEAUTY
4wt1 graders at Southslde Elementary how to make terrarlusm. Hard to say-but AND PROTECTIONDogwood 389,
quite easy to make with the guidance of Wescott and her student aides. FRUIT a
The terrariums were made out of plastic one-gallon soft drink contalners-
plants dirt and expertle were provided by the Vo-Tech center. Chinese ElmGrapevines 359

t1 Above students are taken step by step through the art of making a terrarium. Rep. 4.59
Terrariums are supposed to be an almost I carefree plant system, with the plastic Pecan
enclosure providing continuous moisture. 949
Reg. 11.39
Below David Whittle looks as if he's talking with the plant about entering the FLOftlDA
humidified world of a terrarlum. It's been said talking to plants helps...

f ,, ,4,' At the left Sheila Shannon demonstrates the gentle art of getting the plant Into PEAT Several Varieties 249
the soil, ready to be encapsulated In the plastic jub. Bu. Bag Reg..2.B9

Most of the students will use their terrariums as gifts, the students said. ONLY | 69

1"_ 1-1-1 Analysis

Albert Sawyer Murdered in Jax 1fT? COW MANUREOur

Our Reg. 1.59 All Organic
Albert Sawyer of South Ponte By the time two members of the JUJ( Instant Plant Food Won
Vedra,47-year-old brother of CharlesS. South Ponte Vedra Volunteer Fire '-' ., TRIGGERSPRAYER Bum-Us. With All Planting ;. ::
Sawyer of Sawyer Slade Gas Co., and Rescue Squad responded Sawyerwas lx
was shot and killed at his home Mon- lying In a pool of blood near the -_ 048
day evening during a scuffle with a doorway with multiple bullet woundsIn COLS Bag ONLY
long-haired intruder, St. Johns Coun- the stomach, chest and neck. Ap- 1 Qt. Size ; :
ty Sheriff Dudley Garrett said. parently the intruder fled while Mrs. With Purchase OlBuhl's -
The victim was the owner of Sawyer was upstairs calling for help.A RYE GRASS SEED
Sawyer Air Conditioning and Heating neighbor reported seeing a HI KILL For A Rich Or.*n Lawn ,
Co. in Jacksonville. pickup truck leaving the area headed Effective Against' Houlthold 738
Mrs. Robin Sawyer told police the south on the Coastal Highway shortly ''nl.ot Ptils SO.. I Or Paslur Now Into Spring
assailant was a young man with before the rescue squad and sheriff's -
shoulder-length hair and wearing a department arrived at the scene. Mak.a A Gallon 01 Spray a ...-13 9 5,, 1f)99On
.r ev
black ski-mask. About I/ LBS
10 a.m. Tuesday, in-

garage The man when was the waiting couple returned inside the to posite vestigators drawing began of the circulating suspect,a who com-is ..... BIRD FEEDER SALE %

their home at 2439 S. Ponte Vedra described believed to be about in his early 20s. He Is ): Many Su.a a Stylos In Wood, IJ
as S feet 7 inches tall, .
Blvd. about 9:15: p.m. Monday from a .
weighing about 150 with Mad And Plaltls SALE 6" rJ/F
pounds a
Mrs. Sawyer said the
shopping medium build, brown shoulder-length Ex.mpl. Rag 706FLORIDA
man had a gun and forced them inside
the house. hair and grey or blue eyes. He -
reportedly was wearing a beige knit
sweater and brown GARDEN NURSERY CENTER
Mrs. Sawyer told Investigators the trousers. 'BEST'
man said he was looking for a
Sawyer. When her huasband told him The sheriff said a motive for the CONTROL 539 E. Call St..Starke. Fla.
shooting is unknown at this time.Mrs.
he had the wrong one, the intruder Phone 934-574
ordered the couple against the wall of Sawyer said the gunman did not de-

the hands living with room electrical and began tape. tying her Ing mand from money the house.and nothing was miss- _' ,<:!!'1..1ot1..II'r.f .... It'j,! ,'"

At this point, Sawyer tried to jump
the intruder and he was shot several
times. During the scuffle, Mrs.
Sawyer ran upstairs and set off a "Admiration is the daughter of ignorance."
I Iqlt
burglar alarm. Benjamin Franklin a)









WWA7300 / DDC4580

Housing Finance Authority of Bradford County

I (the "Authority") is contemplating the issuance of its shuts
Like two Automatically
. having
Revenue Bonds Series 1980 ,
Single Family Mortgage ,
washers in one. off when clothes

to purchase qualifying loans on single family
mortgage Doubles yourconvenience are dried the way

residences in Bradford County, Florida. The ) you want. ,

Authority hereby notifies all lending institutions who I Combines big capacity with energy i ; -
The lift-out Mini-Basket' tub This large-capacity dryer has :a cycles: ;:
savings. :
may wish to originate and service mortgage loans for for small loads uses 25% less hot Including automatic permanent ;;

water than the bW tub's low water press/cotton., :;.
that "Invitationto
the Authority a of the Authority's
copy setting. Has 2 wash/spin speeds and '.
Lending Institutions" and related documents will be 4 wash cycles,plus variable water ". ..' r" "' :5 SK: :
levels bleach and fabric softener

available beginning on January 24, 1980, at 1:00 p.m. dispensers. And the exclusive Filler- Regular Price 249"
Flo' system traps lint. .
Less discount 30"
at the office of Dudley P. Hardy, Attorney at Law, 996 Regular Price '3a.'* our : .

North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. Lea our discount 'SD"o: FlnaU 219.95

Offers to Originate and Service Single Family Mort rl'1Dal $339.95IajL4rflTfrjJ

gage Loans must be submitted to the above office no Cost

later than 5:00 p.m. on February 6, 1980. ; I

The Housing Finance Authority SAWYER-SLADE GAS & APPLIANCE

.;. .. of Bradford County '

j -VISA- 332 W.- Madison 'St.

I GEORGE W. ROBERTS Chairman ,964-7701

Offer Available At All Sawyer Gas Stores
Stance, Jax. Jax. Beach:'Organ Cove and Lake Cityf



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Changing Times. '

.. .

I 1 Thomas Out as Tiger AD, CoachUnion

County High School Athletic seniors who held down 15 starting like we were gonna be able to work it
Director-Football, Coach Jimmy spots in '78 graduated, the Tigers out. Up until Tuesday I had never
Thomas was asked for,and handed In were winless. been approached about this so it wasa
his resignation this week, at least Foister said Wednesday "This was shock for me." As for his future
.unofficially. a very, very hard decision to make. Thomas said"For me it's Just kind of
As of Wednesday morning, Jan. 23, Jimmy's a very good personal friend wait and sea right now." .
Thomas' official resignation papers of mine and I certainly wish him the UCHS started its search to fill the
hadn't crossed UCHS' principal Billy best of luck... Sometimes I think a A.D.-football coaching vacancy Im:
} Ray Pointer's desK,but the third-year program just needs some new blood mediately "No contacts have been
Tiger football coach met with Tiger and hopefully this will be good." made but we have feelers out.".
football players that morning and told Asked the reasoning behind the Foister said Wednesday morning.-
them of his dismissal. move, Foister said community attitude "We want to fill the position as soon-
UCHS and Thomas struggled was a key factor as carefully as possible.Spring practice starts the
through an 0-10 year in 1979, his third talked about the delicate Issue. "I first of May and we certainly hope to
season heading the football program guess the key reason if there was one have a football coach well before that
after a stint as an assistant coach. In would be declining community sup time."
1977, his first year, Thomas, who has port. I'm certainly not questioning Thomas had been working with
lived all his life in Lake Butler .Jimmy's coaching Ibllltie I recommended next season's football prospects: in an
.graduated from Union High In 1065 him for the job at the beginn- off-season program during( school. He
before playing football at the University log and I still believe he' I line pointed out that of 23 lettermen from I
of Tennessee and then returningas coach. the 0-10 club of 1979, "U or 17 were
an assistant coach to UCHS In 1971. first year varsity players." -
He took the head football coaching "It was a surprise to me,"Thomas
reins over in 1977, guiding the Tigersto said Wednesday. He said he came to "One thing I do want to do Is thank'all
an 11-2 year and spot in the state the front office Tuesday afternoon those people who did give their
>class 2A semifinals. Last year UCHS and was told of the bad news."I guess support to our program. I myself am
was 5-5 (co-diatrict champs but voted whenever you don't win there's going thankful to our students the playerswho
out of the state playoffs in favor of to be some problems and I knew there stuck it out and really gave
,,Jasper), and this season with eight was some opposition... I guess I felt everything for us." -

Brummitt Resigns KHAD PostIn I

the middle of his seventh year as his words "I'm out of the A.D. fill !the duties of A.D. this week Owens
ra S Uy ..qt Athletic Director at Keystone Heights business." At this point KHHS Prin. said.
+ f High School Ron Brummitt resignedthe clpal Dave Owens said the A.D.situation Brummitt mentioned only that the
head athletic post abruptly, Fri. is still unclear as Owens is work- resignation stemmed from his lack orlaciliUes
day, Jan. 18.Brummitt. ing with Clay County officials to ap- I.e. his lack of office space.
j who also coaches boys:', point a new person to the post. KHHS a phone anrj secretarial help, but
varsity basketball and golf said hell dean Stefine Brokas, high on the list chose not to elaborate.
likely keep those assignments but Ir of candidates for the job, Is helping "It's hard not to explain things
1 after 6V4 years but I Just don't think
It'll do me or anybody any good for:
9 "' me to say anything bad about
'- "J.j anybody," Brummitt said Tuesday:
night choosing his words delicately.:
"It was a decision I made abruptly:
and quickly... but I think It was a good:
0 one. I'm happy with this.For his sake:
,. ,1 lIlrn'ilThe (the new A.D.), for my sake... for:
everybody I think it was just a good;
J idea. I think things will turn out fine:
k ,( '"'1 and the job will be done well.They're-
Lake RegionMONITOR talking about giving the Job to a guy In-
: ; .. administration and that will be a good-'
.' .0/r o' ; change. He'll have the things I didn't,
:... i. Sc.. Y yaS a. have that are needed.And... I'll have:
the chance to spend a little more time:
Anyooay who Wants it Raise Your'Hand .,..c-c ro. The Union County with family and church-work :
counterparts from lIawUtorne stretch for the bill 1 In a Mon. t "
"I think we've come a long :
JV girls from Union County High, In white,:and their day night game In Lake Buller. milrgraPll TIMES Brummitt continued in looking way over::

his years as A.D., mentioning the addition
of tennis, baseball, and girls
Union Co. JV Girls Rip .Hawthorne SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, UNION Softball to the athletic program and
AND LAKE REGION MONITOR ,updated facilities:"The main thing I
COUNTY TIMES want to do is lust thank all the people
- "
:.' The JV Lady Tiger of Union High rpUy"agaln'unUr Feb. >; y, '.I1' say'we'played" a good* .-3' "zz-::_ --January 24.mo who have helped...The,teachers and
p ., outlasted Hawthorne's JV girls 33-23 when they host Jasper. game with all those fouls but they community have been just super andI
In a foul-slowed contest in Lake "That was a wild one,"UCHS coach were hustling." couldn't have done without the kids
Butler Monday night, Jan. 21, upping Mickey Dempsey said of Monday Sandy Kimball topped the Union who have volunteered to do things like
.their record to 3-3 with the win. night's win. He didn't say if be had a High scorers with 10 points to spark! typing for me."
It took two hours and 27 minutes to ring In his ear from all the whistles the win while April Hunt had five
play the game, which saw nearly 70 blown. "I guess the referees called a points.
fouls whistled. Tonight, Thursday. good game they lust had to call a lot. I
Jan. 24, the jayvee Lady Tigers willtry turned around for a few minutes to I FLORIDA
to move a game up on.500 but take work on a girl who sprained her ankle
less time to do it when they host when we were leading by 16 and three VF To THEATRE
Newberry at 6:30: p.m. They won't of my girls fouled out right ina row. PlayIn


.usu.Browns KeystoneThe Fri Sat. Sun.

past few Summers have seen Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage

Buddy some baseball top-notch played on American the Joel Legion Bryan Specializing In Mitered Ei.d Sections And Elbows '

Field diamond in Keystone Heightsand
Missed baseball will be taken a step fur From Manufacturer And Save
.j coliings ther locally when the University of Buy Direct
\ r "loiida,one of the nation's top college
.1 teams, comes to Keystone for a FREE DELIVERY 11PG
Super Bowl ......l benefit game with Flagler College's Lake Butler, Fla. 4962013TAKE' '
Saints Saturday, Feb. 8.
Sports EditorJust The game, designed to raise pro-
'ceeds for the Keystone Helghts-
......................... Melrose Post 202 Legion program, is a
gesture of support for Post 202 by UF FIRSSTOWi
about the whole Brown family flew,out to Pasadena to watch the Super Coach Jay Bergman. It will alsn SHOWTIMESFriday .,
Bowl and especially one participant-Larry Brown, the 6-4 260 pound Pittsburgh feature a Post 202 graduate, catcher 7:00.: 8:SS
Steeler tackle who hails from Starke- but Larry's parents had to miss the big Richard McDavid who now plays for 964-6436 US 301 N Starke. Fia. 964-6436 Sat. A Sun. 5'OS 7:00: 8:55 .
game. Flagler.
Larry sent his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brown, money to fly out to see Donations will be $2 for adults II We Also SellMULTIMILE '
Super Bowl XIV but Mr. Brown took ill in the Atlanta Airport and they had to turn for students and tickets are available 301 DRIVEINFri.
back for home. They did get to watch the game on TV. Larry's brothers Jimmy, from any Post 202 official, coach or TIRES
32, Adrian, 28, and Bernard 25, made the trip, and the former Tornado's wife players. Cametlme is 1 p.m. Sat.
Vanessa, ten-year old son Ron and five-year old daughter Tiffany also were in 1 First Quality No Blems or secondsI
Pasadena for the big weekend.
"Oh, we sure tried to get there," said Mrs. Brown. I; ; ; I e Free Mounting Compare Our Price
Larry played only one year of football at BUS after transferring from then all-
black RJE but he was an all staler on the state championship team Bradford Tigers
fielded in 1965, his senior year, and went on to star for the University of Kansas.A Road Hazard Guarantee
Tampa Bay Buc scout said of Brown before the Super Bowl: "right now he's
the best blocker Pittsburgh has." '
Tornado coach David Hurse was even more descriptive in talking'about Lift a PLY: POLYESTER WHITE WAIL
Brown's play in the 33-19 Stealer win. 'He whipped Youngblood's tall: Hurse said ,
in so many words when asked about the Brown-Jack Youngblood matchup on the G78.14

Steeler right side. WednesdayUnion E78-14 $2988 IH78-14 $3288 J78-15 *3788

Etcetera.., F78-141 [378-15 L78-1S

]t'la crazy week when two athletic directors at our three area schools resign H78-1S Plus FET tuvuncowa
within four days of each other but it does remind one that high school athletics County High's weightlifting Plus FET caw aao.c.n,e..wr
certainly aren't without pressures. I wish the best to Jimmy Thomas and Ron program, which annually producesone
Brummitt, wherever and whatever they might do. Both handled their differing of the top class :2A teams in the White Spoke Pius.Tourist .
situations with class.... state, will get its first test of the 1S60(
...Union Co. High fans ought to watch closely when two of the rated season when Clay High's lifters cometo WHEELS $229515x7 Trap

around come to town this week. P.K. Verge's Randall Leath Is the Lake Butler for a meet Wednesday or15x8 i l ................................
state's top 40 players while Cross CltY'II8-8 Eugene McDowell is not, but the few afternoon, Jan. 30, at the Tiger
Suwannee Conference coaches I've talked to,Tiger coach David Ross included, welghtroom.Competition is to start at ,Sun. Mon
say McDowell's Is the stronger force. PKY;which isn't such a oneman show as 3:30 p.m. Monroe MatlcSHOCKS
Cross City will be in town Friday night while CC's Bears come to Lake Butler The Tigers, coached this year by 4 I *50
Tuesday night. "Neither one's a picnic," Ross joked..... Lanier Clyatt, have six regular ., PEN1TENTIABVThara's
..Speaking of basketball. noteworthy that BHS' Tornadoes are suddenly season meets on top before the Lifetime Warranty Parts 8 LabofALIGNMENT
losing by tiny margins rather than getting blown out.-They've come a long way' Suwannee Conference and SUtameets. only on*
under coach Mike Sexton who's not at all used to losing.The Bradford gym was, "We've had more than that in way out, and 100
a far cry from being packed for Tuesday's Clay-BHS gym but the few students on the past but we found out that if you Tint' /Ro+.(.<'. fools standIn
hand made a bunch of noise.....Union County's Tigers have played as many close i lift so many meets It just doesn't give. the way!
games as not in their losing streak but just can't quite'-get over the hump... you any time In the ,weightroom UL :11" COMPUTER D.i"bu'otd, by I
Keystone girls coach Kathy Boatwright makes a good point when she says her ClyaU said. VE Th.J.rry OroN'O.asnwIen IR i ]I
Lady Indians are about due for a state ranking... My boss Bobby Ferguson' M.... Cut a LI. TruokaCL l l :
more than a casual observer at BHS basketball games; says the officiating has UCHS W.t..1.dBNaa. IctMdul .. '. BALANCED '
not only been lousy lately but has been going against the.Tornadoes pretty consiatently. (.M mmt Mm*,,,,10) *.,.. .. .l ,PLUS, .
...... CHANCE
.. : 'WW.....M O.y H -t.+.w..rt
In the prep acP.b.. 1 .......""'- a. A 00w
Probably for the first time years football All State teams announced -I-1.--, Filter* I Lsbe 4 Fors 12
recently don't Include a single player:from, BUS, Union Co. High, orKeystone w........I MkrC*. M I Ii
High..... Wad.F...I J ChIef...... H '.lld.5 tsass- '
...Tony Griffith who served-as an athletic trainer and defensive coach at BHS ht..... II WINIitM H 1'5 Meat Cm t U T,ucK.
from 1S04-1OTO and,as trainer at the University of Florida for the last six years U w...,.. .....c.. A 1
moving on to become the head trainer at Carson-Newman University an NAIA ,... Lee I ''t
small college Tennessee.Griffith assisted with both Tornado. state championship ., T1A I 914-6436 i I* 1 964-6436 it
25 ImtmiMCmi.
teams.,. e. ...... WA j L
M.Mw h> StatoAA

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Pace ZB January 2t, 1980
y1., _

2 Barnburners Go Other I Way,


But BBS Scares Clay, PalatkaIt .

: ;

wouldn't have been the shot The Tornadoes actually made eight seconds to go and Bradford called a tn Mo p a
*}) heard 'round the world but It would more field goals than the 'Devils and time out t1r1
have at least sent shock waves outshot the visitors 47 percent to 39 The Tornadoes tried to freeze the
through the North Florida basketball percent, shooting a blistering 59 per- ball and run the clock out, but Kevin r.64MtIs C
community If just one of Bradford'slast cent In the first half (13-22). Reddish was fouled and went to the tm Mf i7
four shots had fallen against Clay Omf 101115 2-5I line with a one and one chance to Ice
High Tuesday night In Starke. Bradford tale 1 l40-45. the win with Just seconds left.
Cl."..II..II*|...Vital,.,-*.HmpHiillt.HM. However, Reddish never got to
: After battling the seventh-ranked miM.. taiHklln.. _AU. ...|...,. shoot the foul shots as Palatka's 'aJ7
........-....,. ll..NM,'....
Blue Devils on even terms for 31 to.4Mt..>k H<.11..'. hM....|.. TOTALS, ..,.... Clarence Brooks was called for what
1"1. minutes the Tornadoes owners of a was an apparent Illegal time out.

lowly 1-13 record coming In against Palatka 57 Bradford 55 When Brooks did this BUS' Kevin _
'' Clay's 14-4 card, couldn't get one of Miller moved and was whistled for ,
their final four shots to fall and for the The Bradford Tornadoes played moving while a free throw la being at
their best game of the season to date L
:i: second game in four nights were tempted.
but came two frustrating points and areferee's
> denied Miller's infraction
a major upset. was a mistake,
--'. The 'Devils escaped with a 51-49 whistle away from upsetting later admitted by the officials since
overtime victory when David Smith the Palatka Panthers, Saturday the ball should have been dead as
popped In a turnaround jumper with night, Jan. 19, In the BUS gym. soon as the first Infraction,on Brooks, The Shot
That Made the Difference
13 seconds to go In the extra period The downfall of the Tornadoes was was called.

and Frazier Bass' one-hander at the not their own doing completely. More Nevertheless, the officials called This 14-footcr by Reginald Rasher turned the Tornadoes Bradford players are. from left to right In white Ed
observer the ref'splayed
buzzer bounced away. one agreed for a jump ball, and even though back Saturday night. Hamilton Kevin Miller, and Kevin Reddish.
Saturday night Palatka used a controversial a big partKevin Miller won the tip Palatka's
call and a goal with 14 Miller, who ended with a Reginald Rasher picked up the loose fans, to tie the score at 55-all with 33 Palatka hurried the ball down and pass from Lee to Miller for two pointsto
.. seconds left to turn the Tornadoesback game-high 22 points, hit a lay-up and ball and dribbled the length of the ticks left on the clock. the reliable Rasher connected on a 13 put the Tornadoes up 19-17 with 4:32
S7-S5. Bradford outscored both Charles Lee sank both ends of a one court and was fouled by Charles Lee. The suddenly rattled Tornadoeswere footer from the foul line with ::14 remaining In the first half.
teams from the field but watched both and one to put BHS ahead 55-51 with Rasher went to the line with a one and then whistled for a traveling seconds showing, to give the Panthersthe The Panthers regained the lead but
opponents parade to the free throw 2:13 to go in the'game, then Palatka'sJimmy one and connected on both ends, violation, turning the ball over to the lead, 57-55. Bradford came back and Miller sank
line for the wins. Collins hit a 15 footer with :53 despite the ranting and raving of BHS Panthers with ::22 seconds remaining. Things got worse when a frustrated two free throws with 1:08: remainingto
sj- The tight losses, coupled: with what Tornado drew a technical foul by tie the score at 2525. The Tornadoes
ss Sexton termed a good showing In ass slamming the ball down. Rasher then took the lead on a Kevin
loss to Bolles Friday night, signaled ass couldn't convert the foul shot and Reddish lay-up from Miller with only
turnaround for the Tornadoes, who Baby Tornadoes Drop Three GamesScoreboard after the Panthers got the ball at mid- ::01 remaining In the half to give the
S3 had been losing by wide margins.. court Rasher was fouled again' with Tornadoes a 27-25 lead going Into the
SS A bystander complimented Sexton four secons to go. The tiny guard dressing room.
= after Tuesday's disappointment for Bradford's Baby Tornadoes lost an ed 13 as Palatka Improved its recordto Tornado five got behind and had to again missed, this the front end of a The Panthers came out of the
E bringing the Tornadoes along to overtime game at Jacksonville Bolles 7-6. play catchup ball the entire game, one and one, but the rebound caromed locker room hot outscoring Bradford
which he replied "I wish we would Friday night and fell by wider BHS shot 50 percent, ll-for-21, and said Coach Rick Stevens. BUS Anally off to Palatka and the visitors ran out 18-12 In the third quarter to take a
K come along enough to win one." That margins at home to Palatka Saturday Palatka 51 percent,21-of-41, from the tied the score 42-42 at the end of the clock. 43-39 lead into the final stanza.
= goal isn't an easy chore with the and Clay High Tuesday night last free throw line. Palatka scored two regulation play and Todd Jackson The Tornadoes began the game Tornado ballhandler Frazier Bass
schedule BUS has In front of it. TheSE week sliding to 2-13 for the year. more field goals, 20 to 18, than BHS handled the round ball to push the with a bang by controlling both ends then fouled out with 6-18: remaining in
Tornadoes host tall St. Augustine but had almost twice as many shots game into overtime. of the court and building a 14-5 advan- the contest. Cornell Weston, the Pan-
i s tonight Thursday, Jan. 24, and visit The BHS jayvee boys Thursday. from the charity line. BUS blew three layups In the overtime tage that was 18-11 at the end of the ther top scorer for the game with 18,
5: fifth-ranked Jax Bishop Kenny Tuesday Augustine at home tonight, had several turnovers, and first quarter. Miller converted two of- converted the two free throws to give
SS night, Jan. 24. Jan. 24, and play Jax. Bishop Kennyon Bradford II B 10 la 47 didn't make points off offensive rebounds fensive rebounds into four points and Palatka its biggest lead of the night at

the road Tuesday night. r.,..... IS 6 IS 22 tlH said Coach Stevens. Bradford Frazier Bass converted another one 4741.

.*.rf.. C.wnUtami t-..4.. fenh.*.. J.... 1.11. -.... should have won the game without it unto a basket. Miller also had two BHS caught fire and reeled off the
Clay 51 Bradford 49 Clay High 57 BITS 48 WOkS. .* .T.li.nlll' ....... .... HimM4. going into overtime, the coach said. blocked shots in the period as did Lee. next 10 points on two lay-ups by Miller
.H WIM,..**..'T.M.I.-I'T..
5: The Tornadoes battled long and Slumping in the second and third /4.16. iiitii *.... NtaM ,-,-.. 01545 ,-.-... Emmett Watkins had 12 rebounds Edward Hamilton gave the Tornadoes and two by Hamilton, and DeWayne
=: hard but didn't have enough in the end quarters, the Baby Tornado five went fnncto 114. Youll.. Mtmu 1.11.Mw t 44. and Ben Tankard 11, and between the biggest lead any team McBride added a 10 foot jumper to put
to upset the seventh-ranked Clay BlueS down 57-48 to the Clay High junior NwMWk .,.", tolllM I.7.II, ....:.T ll.. TMto them had 17 offensive boards. could muster when he hit on a feed BUS ahead 51-47.
Devils Tuesday, Jan. 22, in the BHS varsity Tuesday night, Jan. 24. in the 1411.41.Bolles. Watkins' 12 points topped the Tor from Miller to make the score 16-7 The Panthers then called a timeoutto
c gym, as the 'Devils pulled out a two Bradford High gym. nadoes while Jackson added 11. with 1:43: left in the first quarter. halt BHS' momentum with 4:39:
50 BHS 18 (OT)
BHS led 15-11 after the first left. The successful
period .. ploy was as
=: point overtime victory. ells t 10 12 14 reel-
The Panthers then hot and
=: A big reason the Tornadoes stayed but was outscored 13-7 in the secondperiod Bolles took its time,picked the BHS Bollx 10 12 10 10 ..M ed off unanswered got to take Palatka's John Williams sank two
=: as close as they did was some of the and 13-3 in the third period. defense, and rarely came away ,44 WllllBf" 1 f4., ........ _". T ter4 points free throws to tie the game at 51-all
Unable to it .. .,.. ....... ... the lead on a Rasher lay-up with 8:11
H= that enabled BUS toE put together the TornadoJV without points In a 50-46 overtime win *-| |, HvJi.il i-H, J.ilim with 3:01 remaining in the game.
snappy passing five ,-......... to go in the first half.
played the Tornadoes last Tornadoes
catch the second over Baby Friday The then scored four
; take high percentage shots under the up -. A1..1. 1+54. 5.4.0 ,...... b1.M ........ BHS came back and tied the gameat
:=:: basket. half.Playmakerguard night in Jacksonville. IY.Mn....,.*40..5'l.P_1.-.1.. 17-all a free throw by Hamilton unanswered points but the con trover.
-- BHS started hot, moving out to a BUS with 17 Jackson led Six points up in the first period, the 5.6.1. ........ and took the lead on a unbelievable See ScareS.Page 3B
5 16-6 lead on Charles Lee's baseline points. Center Ben
-. jumper with 37 seconds to go in theE Tankard added 14. From the field -< <'c- -<' <'<"'<'< ...... or_ --
; first quarter. The Tornadoes conS BUS was 42 percent, 13-for-Jl, the
the led first half and 38.5 percent. 10-for-26,
tinued to apply heat and by ass
the second half; for the game the Tor-
many as eight, 22-14 on Kevin Miller's
:: 10 footer with 3:58 to go In the first nadoes shot 40 percent, 23-for-57.
K half. After this neither team could
.HS li 7 3 n... 1980 BOATARAMA
p open up more than a six point lead. .
BHS went to the locker room with a Cloy 11 13 II Ml-57
iE 26-21 lead but after Miller whop 6.41.,4. ...,,_..C. I...........1..-4.t_fJ -...
11.4.1........ ............. .. Tm _1441.. ""*....
3: finished with 14, hit high a layup man to for open the the Tornadoes half the 1-*-..-, .,.,.>......>,.,.-..IF.Wa1....... 5410.T..l.15..46. January 24th -. 27th (Thurs. Sun.) 1.0. AM. to .9:30: PM __ .. '

H Devils scored nine of the next'10 -.. 5.,1.1. 1.1-.. G1.-... "'.'. 514.O..1. At The '
... _... .... Gainesville Oaks Mall -
a-w. 11,6. 4. I. !.. Newber Road.
8 points to take the lead for the first 0,044.1. .C...... 1..._, ..'.... T.M, ..| ..,. .
E time with 3:15: to go in the third

=ST free quarter throws.on one of David Smith's 12 Jimmy Moore's Sun SportsStarke

K; It was 31-30 when officials whistled
s down a boiling Coach Sexton, who
s tackled the official for not being conE Florida II 964-5791
: sistent, for allowing things on one endS OUTBOAKDSIII'
: of the court than were not allowed on
s; the other. The foul shots allowed Clay n
g: to take the lead for the first time.
B; The outburst came after Dwayne
C McBride fouled out reaching In, an -
E: obvious violation, with 2:09: left in the
C i third period. Sexton said he pointed STERN DRIVES/INBOARDS
:: out that Clay was fouling too and

5_: getting away with it.
"They were fouling and turning the
E; ball the over (palming the ball) too,"
=: an exasperated Sexton told Athletic
r. Director David Hurse after the game.
s Smith, who had scored 53 points
= against Jax.Temple Monday,but was
-" held to just five field goals by a tough
::: 2-1-2 Bradford defense headed by
y= Miller, who outrebounded Smith nine S
:= to six and traded elbows evenly r I
5 thoughout the contest with the big I
= Clay kid. 645. 1SN/
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i BHS started the final stanza down i0N7 7/45. .nip it iv5' i

:: 40-35 and Clay widened the gap to six t
r:: on a three-point play by Troy Forston
:: with 5:35: to play in the contest.
r The Tornadoes' Charles Lee, who I Ij I
E finished with 13 points and eight rebounds j Ij
E. then fouled out and Smith
=: converted both free throws to make it j

Zi:: 47-43 Clay with 3.36:: to play. '""KIINIIIIlllllllllll'l Pisces __I
=: The Tornadoes hung tough ands a .
... .'I ... .
: finally tied the score, 49-49 with 1:22 ...... ., .". -
:: remaining on a IS footer by Kevin j
Reddish. In the final 47 seconds after
0 z; Miller swiped the ball from the stalling -
y 'Devils. BHS had a shot with 19

s: seconds left that wouldn't fall and -
Smith's= forced jumper with fours .. ..... i
: : seconds left was way wide sending
:: the game into overtime. Lowe Pontoy on'e' '+ 1.1 : --' s

Z In the overtime period, BUS con-
trolled the tip and Frailer Bass, who .--w ,. '
::: had seven assists and 10 points _. i
? brought the ball down but EdwardHamilton _. ..... -
:: was unable to connect on a Blues f3orum J
t 10 footer and Clay got the rebound. High Performance
Smith, who finished with a game-high Baby Tornado Ben Tankard flies In i
Z. 22 points, tried a short jumper but for a lavup. but as the Scoreboard =:'- '_. -- ::
:; was off target and Miller controlled shorts II wasn't nearly enough to 5 .
: the carom. keep Palalka from lopping the BUS
BUS went into a four corner offense squad Saturday night. .rT .
:- to stall the ball but Donnell Doster got _, .J1i.
I anxious and put up a short jumper .-, ;
3 with 32 seconds remaining that missed Palatka 81 BHS 47 \ ;.;I

Z the mark and Stewart got the rebound Mistakes limited the Baby Tornado -_ ;

i for Clay. Coach Sexton was effort Saturday night Jan. 19,as BHS 3
J "just fixing" to call a time out to setS trailed Palatka all the way In a gameit ,
up a a one-shot! play when Doster !
put looked as If they could have WOP. ..
| the ball up.
Bass Catcher
| After a Clay time-out the Devils put Ben Tankard led the Tornado effort j
the ball In play with 29! seconds show' with is points and 13 rebounds Show Special
|: ing and Smith took the final shot a despite trouble holding onto the round 4 Master Boat Lifts & Docks j
: fall-away jumper over Miller with 13 ball. Emmett Watkins hit the nets for
S seconds remaining that bounced In 11 points and had 10 rebounds, despite NiwMerc9O IV
| for the 'Devil advantage. frustration at the rough treatment J tx
i The Tornadoes brought the ball tot from the Palatia press when he had 90 HP, power trim, all controls, Tldecraft
half-court and called a time-out with to take over as point guard after Todd i i tank, prop: e I
Z ::05 remaining but Bass' 25 footer hit Jackson and Scott Hudson both fouled
( retail
:5;:the rim and bounced off and the Tor- / *259500 reg.
V ncdoes again suffered the agony of out.An aggressive Palatka five that got r .+ / J % 3450.00))
E defeat after getting only a passing away with more than the Tornadoes !
glimpse of the thrill of
victory. were allowed to, the
got through
; A key to the 'Vevila win was the fact defense for Inside a

I that they made 19 of 28 free throws outside. Keith Collies shots and led hit Palatlca from Regal Medallion, Florida's Finest Mechanics-.call 964.5791 for !

; .while Bradford only made one of five. with 21 points and Daryl I Rasher ad* appointment. j

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BHS Girl Cagers Beat ]Palatka Lose to EastsideThe Obituary; _

MM. lIa"1 Ferryman..H Survivors Include: his wife, Margie
BHS girls basketball team con- quarter but caught fire in the second Gainesville Thursday night winning Eastslda's Vivian Tolbert hit 20 Mrs. Daisy M. Perryman, age 95, Platt Holtzendoif: I datl hter. Jacqueline
tinued to remain at the .500 mark stanza and led by eight at halftime 40-36 on their home court to avenge points while Mae Hollis led the Lady Starke,died Friday night at the home of Elgin! S.C. 9 lI'anllclaildren
after their third successive one win- The third quarter belonged to the the Lady Tornadoes 35-34 win in the Tornadoes with .Dine points. Hope of her daughter, Mrs. Del Bitch,< nt3gre.t-grandchildren.
one loss week leaving, the,.Lady Tornadoes Lady Tornadoes as they outscored two club's earlier meeting Starke. Jackson Tracy Hankerson> 'land following a lingering Illness. Born In 'Funeral services will be at,3 p.m.
with a 5-5 slate. Palatka 17.... to take a commanding Eastside M with the win, edgedout Theresa Woody added six points for Tennille, Ga., July i, 1884, Mrs. Per- today, Jan. 24, at the Graveside In
BHS started the week off with a loss 39-18 lead going into the final period. end the Lady Tornadoes. ryman came here over 40 yean ago Keystone Heights Cemetery with
to leads of 104 and 21-14 at the
to the Eastside Rams in Gainesville. Woody also led the Lady Tornadoes/ rwHord. a 4 9I3, .34 from Washington, Georgia. Rev. James R. Morgan officiating.
of and two and never
Thursday, Jan. 17. The girls then In rebounds i as she snared nine trailed.periods The one Tornadoes closed to I....'.. 10 II 7 IS 44 Survivors include: two daughters, Burial will be In the family plot,under
came alive and soundly defeated the caroms and received help from Lorraine Lady ....- Jr 14, 17wdl.r, ..,-., ",...", ,Mrs. A.M. Moore, Blackshear, Ga. the direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Palatka Panthers in PalaOca on Mon- Bass, who grabbed eight, and within five entering the last quarterbut ......T.M.nkn.. 1.44.IMHl..!.*,TOTAUl .MM and Mrs. Del Ritch Starke; four Funeral Home.,
never could make up the deficit, AIT1IMTrtkM M."' 1_".ws.O.A.e
day Jan. 21. Janett Easley, who latched on to six .... grandchildren; eleven great
the falling to 4-5. I ..4, action will be misses. grandchildren: and three great- Edward J.Zercher,tl
tonight,Thursday, Jan. 24,In the BHS .......... t 13 17 4* great-grandchildren.,
gym against the Macclenny Wildcats P..ktk. 6 1 4 7 ,*. 26 Graveside funeral services were Edward J. Zercher, age 91, died in
and they host Bucchola Bobcats Tues -... fcdnin*!...41.44..144. sw ,....., BUS Scares Clay, Palatka From Page ZBy held at 3p.m.Monday,Jan. 21,at the the Bradford County Hospital In
day,Jan. 29.Bradford. flint M, f. /link-.... !.... _I.. .-.-.. J. Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. Starke Tuesday morning following a
llailmuii was, wmtaM/ t-l-l....!..1.14,i.
11.TOTALS! 1714W.MMto tony started and the Palatka Panthersleft Bulldogs home floor but turnovers George L. Harper, pastor of First lingering illness. He lived in the Parkof
48- Palatka 25 tan.*..Mills.. ..!...CM *<.', Mtfln BHS a happy team. again cost the Bradford club.Bolles United Methodist Church officiating. the Palms Keystone Heights. Mr
"We played good and got the ball 11,Oillti,*..IVOT 11.fOf..... ........ Miller teed the Tornadoes with 21 came back for a 59-45 win Friday DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in Zelcher was born in New York City
underneath for the first I time this points and 13 rebounds, by far his top night, Jan. 18. charge of the arrangements. Feb. 12, 1888, and moved her over 15
season and scored," said an elated Eastside 46 Bradford 36Eastslde's outing of the season. Palatka hit on 21 The 'Dogs built up a 32-24 halftime WllmerT. Holtaendorf years ago from Floral Park, N.Y. He
Coach Frclda Chewning'after her of 26 free throws. advantage and held it the rest of the was a member of the Park of the

girls improved their record to 5-5 for tables on Bradford Lady Rams High's turned girls the In Pototka. || u IS 14 tl way despite a IS point-night by Tornado Wilmer T. Holtzendorf, age 65, of Palms plastering Church contractor.and was a retired
the season. .....orel U H 12 14 55llln guard Frazier Bass and a 10 Lake Geneva, died Monday night in Survivors include his wife
The Lady Tornadoes had balanced _.... .. ., point game by backcourt mate Sophie
a ar..4s" '. M-S, JoIIn M-4, the Starke Nursing Home following
....... ....... Dwayne McBride. Mark Townsend's a H. Zercher, and 1 daughter, Ruth
scoring attack In which 10 BHS 114 W mn Wllllwm S-IZ. TOTAUl' long illness. Born in
..... .. '1141.41. 17 Jasper, Fla., Rasmussen of Floral Park, N.Y.
Bolles and the hosts
" girls scored points. The balanced at- .... points topped Dec. 4,1894, he moved to Starke about
5..d MIlM4 n. M. 60.4. ItoMIt 114, Funeral services will be held at 11
tack was paced by Hope Jackson'snine Are you running out of space to file 54.1414. l..... MMlMn' 4.1.1. !- !..... lOTAUJl, shut off the BHS front line. 1923 and to Lake Geneva in 1948. Mr. a.m. Friday. Jan. 25, at the Park of
markers, Theresa Woody' eight your records We have Inexpensive ,........ .r.dfor' 16. 10 11 41 Holtzenfdorf was an Army veteran of the Palms Chapel with Mr. Roy Pell
and was backed six each boxes that work well 1eI1I. 14 II 11 U 59
up by points storage W.W. I; a retired heavy
officiating. Burial will be in the
from Mae Hofiis and Valerie for Call and let 0140.046." Lee..llMMMl/ .1, ttamlMM 4, Mllto..
- storage. today us Bolles 59 Bradford
Chandler. ....II.......U. TOTAUl ...,...*. operator for a road construction com Keystone Heights Cemetery, under
tell you about them. Office Shop, The ... .. and attended the First
Tornadoes led Jacksonville 10. UIIOT' re.4.C..UI.H Jwm II tott. pany Baptist the direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Bradford held a slim 94 first 110 W. Call St., 864-5764. Bolles 16-14 after one period on the .hiniMI.feMhr II. TOTAUl"",". Church of Keystone Heights. Funeral Home.


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= = Obituaries
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---. -- g / 71y3T t it 110.

as"; : Robert M.Caraway.Jr..60I.
t I.; r;: Robert M. Caraway, Jr., age 60, of
i p:::" : 3>t.arltet.cUed Sunday morning In St.
sET- :iLukes Hospital Jacksonville. Bom 1 7 1Pw
=; :in Evergreen,Alabama Oct. 12 1919.
::.: -Mr.Caraway had lived most of his life
t::=/In the Stark area. He was a roofer in
Sf:; the construction business, and was a
5_=.-: member of Vie Baylesa Highway/ Bap-
R :, Ust Church.
::;:>' Survivors Include: three children;
EiS two brothers Lloyd Caraway org
Riverside Calif. and Sam Caraway, 1
_..VChula Vista, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. =F r
EFVMrs.: Louise Crosby, Starke and Mrs.
::::':--Gladys Weber of Jacksonville.
=! Graveside funeral services weren.1ieM I 4 4yF
= at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan.
S-rsJS.: In Dyal Cemetery,with Rev. Dave
:;::--NedelrM officiating.) Interment was eEEF PFr-09
r ,;:;'3n the family plot, with arrangements
-.,- :-handled by DeWitt C. Jones) Funeral
: :::: ome. .

r-'zi Mrs. Istelle! M.Wllllel 85 THURS. -MD.,
1 c'cr Mrs. EsteUe M.Willies,age 85,died JAN. 24-30
tiSTHn the Clay Memorial Hospital In St0r
JS .:Green Cove Springs Saturday mornijS -
::::"Ing following a long Illness. Born in
i-'::::=Berlin, Georgia, July 29, 1894, Mrs.
-rc-K: :; WIIkea had lived in Jacksonville since ASTOR I
.;S';:M 312t. She was a member of the Berea WESSON
..:::-; Baptist Church.
:\\--5 Survivors Include: one son, George FRUIT COCKTAIL9ge
J A. Wilkes, Keystone Heights; eight OIL
JB: grandchildren and several great-

. .
-- grandchildren.
:9"; Funeral services were held at 3:30

:.-. p.m. Monday, Jan. 21 In the chapel of
i-: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with
S:::" Rev. James R. Morgan officiating.
:?_ Private burial will be at a later date. SAVE
::- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, 24-oz. CHOCK 16-oz.
:i s Keystone Heights, were in charge ofsj run 'o NUTS CAN 48 ONCOFFEE

arrangements. BTL. i THREE

Limit 3 with $7.50 r mereurchaM
g?? Mrs.Nina Marie Alvareii"5"
;: Limit 2 with $7.30 or more $* 69 excl. eIl.
Mrs. Nina Marie Alvarez, 57, of purchase xcl. rigs. 1-LB. $
r Tallahassee died Friday morning CAN
::. Jan. 18. in Tallahasee MemorialHospital > i
=-" after an extended illness. TO?
:=:-i Born In Kentucky, Mrs.Alvarez lived VALUE
Z-:; In Florida for the past 15 years TOP STAMPS
:K-s: moving to Tallahasee 3 1/2 years ago.
:=:_ She was a housewife and a member of
;:?" the New River Congregational) QUANTITY RIGHTS u.PS
S- Methodist Church. RESERVEDWINN.MXlt .
;;;: Survivors include: her husband, STORES, INC. : ,:GdOD itatOtEItt V' / L: ES'' !

"ssWayne; Alvarez of Tallahassee; two COPYRIGHT-1980 Hunt-Wesson .. . ." .. .. '
f:..;;daughters,Mrs.Debra Griffis of Lake THRIFTY MAIDChicken
;SJ5-1: : ; Butler and Mrs. Lillian Snipes of I E I DRAGON lONG GRAIN Noodle
:K.. Winter Haven; one son, Curtis Sharp jh-AA L.. $100
**::' of Tallahassee; four brothers, Ed RICE . .3 PKO. 79c SOUP 611 / ';L
:..; Murphy of Ironton, Ohio, Harvey and . cwiv
;?: John Murphy of Marion Ohio)and Or- THRIFTY MAIOTOMATOES

: vii Murphy of Greencup, Ky.; three EJ 25'
" L e e ,.e; .
-;._ ulsters, Mrs. Maudie Hunt and Mrs. .
Jane Mullins of Jenkins, Ky. and THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE AND WHOLE KERNEL I 1 IiMia
- -. Margie Garner of Ironton, Ky.; and HUNTSKETCHUP CORN 'CAN- 25c "', -
' nine grandchildren. . . fJ SOUP
=: Funeral services were held Monday THRIFTMAID CUTGREEN ., .
:'. ,Jan. 21, In New Congregational 14-01. \
:: :: Methodist: Church with Rev. BEANS CAN 25c CBACKIN' OOOO

;if:: ;r=John Yarborough officiating. Burial THRIFTY MAIO SALTINESPORK
:.::s;followed in Dyal Cemetery under the 00
':.1, direction of Archer Funeral Home of 32-oz. & BEANS 'CAN;: 25c 2 boxes $ fSAVfi
i -' \
Lake Butler.

if BTL. SAVE ..... DUUmO/nWUfU/ DI3ttS'S:
:: lunCHE1 7'1. .
g Mrs.Alice Moor, ... 9JNER5 sox 29c f
; : '
,..c.-. ,Mi i v ->AwpwrdiaM (';.. .............. ::::. = t ) aJIICXED \ SOUP AND
Mrs. Alice 89 of Lake.Butler limit a with ST.SO "Io/
::: Moore) w mm { ,UTIIII CROCKEA 'fIJ..A L HAMIUIlGEII -
,;':died Saturday morning. Jan. 19, in .xcl. alga.| ; CRACKSn SALS. :;
:: Fredricksburg, Va. after a brief il- HELPERS a 'KG. 59c l--R:1
.;SInesa.. *"% t
in Duval County, Mrs. Moore
7 moved to Lake Butler in her early life TOP 1 .3 CAN $ 139 -' SM:

:;.::.;Where she resided until moving to VALUE .. ...
-r::Fredricksburg with her daughter STAMPS ___...,... ......." __.....m."'_e
-T.:!eight months ago. She was the widow
"of: the late Lacy Moore, a housewife Ps
.: ? and a member of the First Christian
I Church of Lake Butler. D CRACKIN GOODGEORGIA
. ::: Survivors include: two daughters, HUNTS NATURAL LIGHTBEER CRACKERS I 59c
: _Mrs. Estelle Sullivan of Ox
_ 'Fredricluburg and Esther Amerson TOMATO SAUCE 15-ai. 39C DOLE
:: r:of Waweiki, Fla.; one son, Arvin e CAN 20-,
:: "Moore, of Lake City; one sister, Mrs. HUNTS PINEAPPLE I . . :: 66C
=Ora Griffis of Glen St. Mary; several THRIFTY MAIDQUICK
: grandchildren, great grandchildren TOMATO PASTE CAN 25C $ 7 '
-': :::and great great grandchildren. e 12-ox. 7 GRITS . 5 n6.88C:

Funeral services were held Tuesday CANS'SAVE ARROW FABRICSOFTENER
:=:-- In the Chapel of Archer Funeral ---- 96'oi.
=';:Home of Lake Butler with Rev. D.L. ( . . size $199
.=; -.(;riffis officiating. Burial followed in \ : DEEP SOUTH STRAWSERRPRESERVES /
:: South Prong Cemetery under the 56 a.
: ::direction of Archer Funeral Home. < 10ft" . . 99c
r: Mrs.Peggy Joyce Johnson \ TOP 16 01
Mrs. Peggy Joyce Johnson. 49, of VwLB AL(1t; MAID ELBOW '
:iri-ake:: Butler died Sunday morning, \ .
3 "Jan. 20, at her home after suffering aheart READ .J'" MACARONITHRIFTY . . "" $)"
: Born in Tennessee Mrs. Johnson
::; "lived in Lake Butler for the past nine JUMBO LOAF SAUCE . 32.o. 99c

5:;::)ears where she owned and operated DIXIE DARLING BROWN N SERVE TWIN AND
gfjhe:: Club 100.Survivors. 20.0z. 39 SANDWICHBREAD "o'.
rvs include: two sons, Rae LOAF 69 C FLAKY ROLLS . .2 Pcs 99c
::;:?X Moine of) Alacr.ua. and Tracy Le.3liolne 24-... DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGEENGLISH

:;:::. of Lake Butler; one sister, LOAf .
::::toria Olmstead of) Connersville) ; In- Apo% MUFFINS .2 K.SUPIRBRAND .; 89c
:::::.aliana; and one grandchild Kerry
'KfJicholeLeMoine.cj ICI CREAM

:;: Funeral services were held
:3 Wednesday' morning In the Chapel ofArchn' = BARS OR
.:- Funeral Home of Lake Butler $119
-vltli Rev. Connie Johnson officiating. SANDWICHES
-Burial followed In Evergreen PALMETTO FARMS BANQUET FROZEN .
cemetery: In Jacksonville under the
r" BOIL 'N BAGS'5ox.
-direction of Archer Funeral Home PIMENTO $ g

=:5 Mrs. Alice Vera Parrish

",r Mrs.Alice Vera Parrish, 81, of Lake CRACKIN' OOOO MOUNTAIN MAN 3 $100J-
:::Cutler died Sunday night, Jan. 20, 10-0. SIZE
:;after; a sudden Illness. . . QUEEN

moved'-;ji member to Lake of Bethel Butler Primitive in 1963.She Baptist was CHEESE FOOD . Il.$12' SAVE 34 TUWIT owQurms, SPAGHETTI al TURXIY

.;; Survivors Include! : her husband. MARGARINESUPERBRANO : 79<
. .
::-Julius Parrish of Lake Butler; one
H daughter Mrs. Evelyn Rylant of Fernandina -

:it Beach; five stepdaughters SPREAD . . .D-L B. 88c $ 40
::it/ltt.: Armontine Osborn, Mrs.
Christine: Hester of Lake Butler, Mrs. ASTOR -

:Mildred Everett of Trenton Mrs. Cor- ORANGE JUICE . It:;:. 97c WHITE ACRE PEAS ,. V"'' 99e 2 LB.FRENCH .
lne Stark of) Alachua and Mrs. Nancy SAVE
w Martin of Miami; one son, James ASTOR SIZE
.:--:Reed Adair of Tampa; four steP sons, FRIES . 5 "G. $)S' BROCCOLI SPEARS, .2.--.' M 50
;rsLoweU Parrish, J..C. Parrish and TASTE O-SEA DIXIANAPERCH ,
'T Charles Parrish all of Lake Butler

xmnA Samuel Parrish\ of Palatica; one FILLET . 'P $)" CUT OKRA ... .. .T. -. 99 TOP
: brother, l of Jacksonville -
: Dyal '
-;;;two sisters. Mrs. Cora McMullen of VALUE
::perry, Mrs. Blanche Huggins of I LASAGNA . . no.si" FISH STICKS a41'e'- /IIG. *'PDOUANA e7AMPe
'=Callahan 31 grandchildren and ** v M

5 rz several Funeral great services grandchildren.were held Tuesday -; SAUSAGE PIZZA . '4..'.. $y' PIE SHELLS . . '- 59 ..

:,r= Jan. 22, In Callahan with! Bro. I
r:J.E. McCormick and Rev. Samuel''
-':iirish officiating.Burial followed in .
r'ethlel Cemetery under the direction

=5of Archer.. Funeral Home.of ,Lak. ,

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January 24, 1980
PageSB .- .i. _

3001 --i--: Tornado Grapplers 37The

Union's. PeeWee N t BIB grapplers have a 37season IM.., .* He.der- ) W. <-. lea MUfcoml (-I) l. ..."l
IGn. amber mark after going.one.and one.. .tin.,.i_ MOT ...-_ (I) 4... WH.W ttlI I
21. dishes off.. t last week. IL4..5(e d...-=1541' 141.C..wr(1)( )-:: I
helots Rober- After a convincing win over Jax. I_ 14., .. (1e I 4. NIw? ; .
.... ... llt-MI. .NS)-.
N /- **(MM) **"4 w. SiMt (
on with Curtis +s, Episcopal Friday night the matmen DOT IB.4) in.DIMM, II I.) M- M.O.-.I lw. .,M|'
Smith flanking dropped close decision to the In- 11I_ 51d. IwMMI *44| UNl-Mt (I-I)
him la the left gl tcrfachen; Rams Tuesday. In In- _
on a three on terlachen.
one faitbreakgainst 1sT )> Fem. The next action for BUS will be Bradford 45 Episcopal 21

Saturday night at home against the The BHS matmen got off to a good'
Chfefland lest a y }) -may Santa Fe Raiders a sixth-place start this week as they downed
Friday night.Tiger. +'r !tr. finisher in the state meet last season. Espiscopal in the BHS gym, Friday- ,
night. Highlighting the match ways", a.:.
Interlachen 32 Bradford 30( host of pin. Including Allen Scott's H '

The Tornadoes could win only five second decking of his opponent, the:::
weight classes and two were fastest pin In schoo history.T:
as BHS fell to the Rams Tuesday Tommy Powell won a pin at 101 and :
night. the Tornadoes were off and running,.'
Bill Green got a forfeit at 108 and Billy Green followed with a pin and
Tod Samons wrestled to a draw to set Tod Samons decisloned his man in the' "

Fe, the stage for Danny Nugent first 1 IS lb. class. : .
"t round ,pin! In the 122 lb. class. Danny Nugent and Skip Wheeler
Nugent s pin gave the Tornadoes a kept the ball rolling with first period
14-5 lead. pins to up BHS' advantage to 27-0. -.
The next win for the Tornadoes Forfeits for( Richard Flynn and .
didn't come until Kenny Wright pinned Johnny Bell moved the count to 33-" '
jV's Crunch Chiefland But Fall to PanthersThe his opponent In the 158 ll>. class. and In the final match of the evening
This coupled with Johnny Bell's 13-3 Scott floored his man in school record
decision over Pat Dean gave BHS its time. In jayvee action. Johnny"
Baby Tigers of Union County Union Co. 74 Chiefland 28 polntit to go with seven rebounds In his wards controlling the backboards last lead at 24.20.Interlachen Powell Mike McDuffie. and Larry
ripped Chiefland 74-28 Friday night, It was a time to shine for ben- best JV game. Edwards added 10 Union Co. kept flying down the court went on to win the next Saucer all were victorious for BHS.'.: .
Jan. 18, but had their chances for a points and a like number of boards, on the break."Everybody. two matches by pin and BUS didn't tommnyl, IBI-rwraD, (IM) .ta..4 WIWiMi' ItWiIO
spot in the Suwannee Conference JV the chwarmers Friday cruised Jan.by the la,0-9 as and (::seen also grabbed 10 caroms. played and everybody score until Allen Scott got a forfeit in ..Or... (*"*) ..-... .wLw I,... "....,......*l.. .
championship game jolted when Baby Tigers in Lake Startlers Lonnie Griffin and Curtis scored" Ross noted with a smile the heavyweight class to round out (lint)rfn. r.11.r t-n III.Ii.M .44..1.., w.tIII '. .
Chiefland Jayvees 74-28 llt-WllMhf (Ml) ttaMll *M< "' 114-Klnwl (II)
Newberry beat them 60-43 Tuesday Smith weren't left out leading the afterwards. "I was) proud of that effort the evening. 4.._ .,5..wlq, 15.4 ,.,.PI..* [all) .."!.,,! .'.
with after we had back-to-back 515.5.//. I... w...., 1-a., .NI, ........,
night In Newberry. to the end of Baby Tigers 14 and 12 points poor IV l-7 IIM'-0 (aw) dfc **** 1441nHy ( ) ls-S.IN
David Ross went
the 1-1 week left the UCHS JV's 7-5 Coach respectively. efforts. They played well." I30M.0.0S..(515),... -..... IS.. 1.-11(I.'........tat..._(I.Md.N, UPS.-S.515;
for the year with home games comingup his bench In the lopsided win and Chi..'..... 11. 9 4 :M v< t.n..l l l'Hir- (II) *... fi.m .'r (.1.)fliu' "-"'-.......
players like Claude 'Pee Wee'Henderson Unilon Co. led 20-11 after one period
against P.K. Yonge Friday night and Union C. M 14 20 20 74CmmANOMwrtf --- .. ...-" -
Woody Edwards, and dominated the following! three
and Cross City Tuesday night. Cross f. OMkmm t. ..wrf *,
Jerry Green, made the most of their periods even more( as the different ,-..,.N..w,.
City is the conference JV leader.No chance in the spotlight. Henderson Baby Tiger combinations kept click UNION CO.-,. a.t ,..w l.PH..',e._t.C.SMlhtt. .
results were available on the bucketed five of six shots Including a ing against the small visitors. With t. OrfH. U. I. 0.._ I, Hindi It. O.
Newberry game. four-for-four fourth quarter for 10 the S--10 Green and high-leaping Ed- _5. i.INI4.C,W. 'LI

I No. Baldwin Escapes Keystone 6665The

Indians lost two (of three Hawthorne 70 Keystone 50 getting/; out of hand. They outscoredthe Carr added 10 points and Marry
outings last week to fall to 4-9 but that Indians by two In the second Cravey had eight. Kirk Hallowell add
coach Ron Brummltt still wasn't sing- KHHS"We coach really Ron enjoyed Brummitt offered one. period and trailed off at the half. ed six off the bench. Mike O'Steen's 22 .

Ing the blues in fact he was more en- Monday. Ignoring the fact that the Indians "We Just' jumped to a good lead points topped the Sharks. \ "
thusiastic about the two losses than end of there in the first quarter and really CwlarKoy 4 It 11 It M .:
out 'wrong' .-
came on the rest of the 22 14 14 .' >.oI 'w ..
about last Friday's 64-50 win over the Scoreboard against the 7-5 played accordingly Koyitono 14 M
Cedar Key.Keystone. way," noted coach Ron .Brummitt. tlDAI KITIM..M 4, O1MM M, __ l.. Decision Winner
Hornets Brummitt saw the game as a .
Iwmll a. Altarf It TOlAUl_,....
the of two
by margin "We didn't play as well as I would
confidence builder for his club. .
KIYITONSI.e I c..r. C..f 5 d.minTOTAUl ..
free throws 66-65 to sixth-ranked "I think they (the Indians) went in have liked to see us play after the first .. .... II.0..11. ..N.I..N I._4. II Todd Samons,on top claimed a 9-2 decision over Epltcopal's Richard Potter In.. :
Baldwin Tuesday night on the road there thinking at least somewhere quarter." 17......, the Tornadoes easy win Thursday night. :

after losing to Hawthorne 7O60 away in the backs of their minds that
from home Saturday night. Hawthorne was a much better team

and than we were... and we played like
more"Our poised guys "are Brummitt getting said more after that in the first half" Brummitt ex- Hawthorne Andy Seminick Heads

the Indians had extended 12-2 plained. "But in the second half we Drops Lady r TigersNewberry Post 202 Baseball Clinic
Baldwin to the limit Tuesday night."I came back out fired up. 1 think
they're finding out they can get out 15 year major league veteran Andy
think we're to get it
beginning there and hustle and play with Ha'Wthorne and sixth-ranked UNION.WAAIi IS.C.wM.4 I.PwtMt t.CmnmlHji have derailed the Sem Illck. now( a scout for the
together. Chiefland shot Union County High's I, TOWS ittta.Chiefland Chiefland girls.
anybody. Philadelphia Phillies organization,
The Indians host Milliard tonight The Hornets behind Lady Tigers down last week, leavingthe "We played a pretty good first will headline the
24-point scorer( teaching staff at the
beaten Union Co.
Jan. 37
Thursday, 24. They've 71 -
Barry Hutchinson and Antoinne U CHS girls 1-12 on the year. quarter against a tall team like that., Keystone Heights American Legion
Hilllard twice but as Brummitt said of Williams, who had 14 rebounds and IS Thlings get even rougher for the Chiefland's sixth-ranked Lady Indians Lady Tiger coach Mickey Dempsey Post 202 baseball clinic to be held In
wins "It wasn'teasy
the 59-51 and 53-51 points, outscored the Indians 19-8 in Lady Tigers this week as they face notched their eighth win in 10 praised. It was 24-14 Chiefland's way February.The .
either time by a long shot. The Union Co. last after the irr.t minute stanza but
the second quarter to take a 33-191..d two (ranked teams, number 5 tries against Friday eight
Indians visit West Nassau Friday into the had. Newb night Jan. 25 (the Warriors have two KHHS cane out "fired after Jan. 2>l second ranked P.K. Yonge. at, Lake Butlers the second.quarter and want to> the adult coaches. is set for after school
wins over KHHS), and visit Jax. Vic- the break,!, Brummitt said up" and home Friday night before hosting a"" F mly //Ier-rank d P.Krjfthgeand, locker room down( 44-17. Union *won1/M,. Frida,' andwan'J' 'dsyqSatllt'daY'1; "'
tory Christian Tuesday night. The In- outscored the home club 41-37 In the Cross City Tuesday night, Jan. '29. the fourth quarter against CHS '' February 15 and 16, at Keystone's

dians swamped JVC 66-33 earlier. final 16 minutes. "Our defense in the Cross City beat Union Co. 51-32 .................................... reserves 12-7. McDavId Park. Cost for the two-day

Baldwin 66 Keystone 65 last half was just super" Brummitt earlier. Union Co. Youth "The full court press kills us every session is$10 for one person or $15 per
"We stayed with them on the family with more than one registrant.
praised. time... and that was the lowest(
Baldwin came out on top in of the bat- boards and they turned the ball over Hawlthorne 33 Union Co. 22 Baseball AssociationTo number of rebounds we've gotten all

tle Holland's of Indians two free by throws virtue with Carey three three more times than we did, which Ann Biddix tossed In 18 points but Meet Jan. 30 year" Dempsey noted Topics to be covered Include: train-

seconds left. His calm conversion of a is different for us. The key to our not the Lady Tigers managed just four Senior Ann Biddix again led Unionon Ing methods, batting, defensive
one-and-one the hosts wining was our shooting. Neither other point and clMlIdn t quite come The Union County Dixie Youth both the Scoreboard and strategy offensive strategy, fielding,
into lead wiped and Eddie team shot well." back from a halft'me' deficit against Baseball Association has set a backboard with 14 points and seven pitching and practice organization.
a wasn't for Dyal'.latebucket From the charity stripe the Indians the Lady Hornets.Hawthorne's meeting for Wednesday. Jan. 30. at 7 rebounds while Debra Albritton shot Checks should be made payable to:
enough Keystone."We were way off mark, hitting only 18 of a lead was only 6-4 after p.m. at RMC to plan its registrationfor in 12 points and Page McGill added American Legion Baseball along with
were working for a three point whopping 41 chances in the foul- one peHod but they upped the marginto the coming baseball season. six rebounds and four points. the entrants name address, and
play" Brummitt said in describingDyaFs plagued game. The Hornets went to 20-lCi at the half. The Lady Tigers Registration dates have been set for Chiefland's Bonnie Green poured in phone number and mailed to P.O. Box(
drive to the hoop, but the the line 30 limes hitting 16. Vinnie fought back closing to within 26-22 February IS and 23. Leagues offered 28 points. 591, Keystone Heights Fla. 32656. If
Baldwin defenders backed off to Gaelic fouled out with seven points with a couple minutes left behind Bid- will be: T-ball for eight and under Chl.4l.nd' 24 20 JO 7 71 attending as a family list all names,
avoid the foul. early In the second half and the other dix but they then threw the ball away children; Dixie Youth Minor for 9-1O Union Co. 14 1 ( 12 :3f For further information call Mac .
four KHHS starters ended the game three tttraight times and the Lady year olds; Dixie Youth Major for ages OMflANO- l M C. c:._ II. K "We had 'em scared flat to death with four fouls. "I figured out that Hornets converted the bobbles into 11-12; Dixie Boys for 13-14 year olds; -..Oi.ni.r 14.K.lldi t. available at the Starke Recreation)
I'll tell you that," Brummitt said counting our one-and-ones, we haschances six po hats to win going away. and a 15-17 year old Softball group. ANION CO.- MMtMl. ,.S. t>Ht. 11. C....f.>4 I. Department office at the Old Armory,
after the just-miss. Keystone threw for 44 points at the foul line "We played well enough to win it The Dixie Youth coordinator for McOM 4, r.r./A 1 Ultm .w..a.

the scare Into Baldwin with a fourth and only got 18, Brummitt said. but we Just didn't! shoot the ball well..." Union County Is Jim Stevens.
quarter comeback. After trailing Chris de Bodisco was the only In- said Lijdy Tiger coach Mickey DempHawtheirn ....................................
36-29 at the half, and 51-42 after three dian to( click from the line hitting 10 sey. .
quarters the Indians forged back Intoa freebies en route to a 14 point night. 4 14 4 1 :HK Do you need a new heavy duty
tie in the final stanza, never able to Eddie Dyal led Keystone with 19 .r.teni> 4 a a 7 23HAWTHORN : typewriter We have them at the

grab the lead. "We didn't do anything points and Derrick Carr added 10 *-. ...._ II. AniMM 4. W. ..... t.ftartMM Office Shop. Call us today at
different we Just played a lot harder, while leading KHHS on the boards II, ....._..tmM I. IviKMh, I, TOtALS 964-5764. lie W. Call St.
and a lot better in the second half" with the help of Morry Cravey '..101.

Brummitt said. "There's a calmnessour Ko.ton. 11 I 21 20 40Hawthorn - - -
guys are getting about 14.* 21 14 70 I

themselves and they came out and .....ONl- _... |.|... C... 41-10.C..r ......
decided they could play with Baldwin. kdlx. ',"'.1' Dye! ...-l...0.10,,' ....,_ \
I |.|.9t, TOTALS, .11.... Baseball Clinic
certainly was impressed tonight. HAWTHORN. ....,...,* ..|... MwMfclmM. 1O>4>U.l .
The Indians held Holland. ,
>*an 5.11.1.e145'S.Otlltn 1.14.<* -M,
Baldwin's high-scoring center, to 12 WllllMU .-..!.,TOTALIi 17.!.....
points but Stanley Brown shook free
for 21. Dyal and Morry Cravey led Keystone Cedar Key 50 2 Days

KHHS with 16 points apiece with Derrick Behind Eddie Dyal's 21 points and :
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Leath, McDowell Enter 'Tiger County ... ,

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Drop Union Co. to 014The '

Tigers of Union County High a 10-footer at the 1:00: mark to cut the miss putting the Tigers up 28-22.
dropped yet another tight one, a 5J-1 gap to 51-49. Anderson,who finished with 20 points
decision to Chlefland Friday night, UCHS worked the clock down to 32 brought the Indians back as UCHMturned .,10 +M
Jan. 18, and fell short against fifth- seconds before Anderson knocked a the ball over three times .'a,
ranked Newberry 81-58 on the road pass out of bounds. The visitors against the press. With 2:19 to go
Tuesday night to fall to 0-14. swiped the Inbounds play and called Anderson's steal and layup put ,
1 t 1
The Tigers, who hung within nine time out with 30 seconds left. Union Chiefland on top S4-33 and they uppedit
points of Newberry in the first half went to man-to-man full court to 38-32 before UCHS finally shook
Tuesday, now must face thirdrankedP.K. pressure and after Rufus George off the effects of the press With one
Yonge (15 game winning string) twice kicked the Inbounds pass out of second to go Perry who led UCHS
Friday night, Jan. 25, at home and bounds the shaken Chiefland triggerman with 12 points, bombed In a 28-footer
host Cross City and Its 6-8 man moun- tried to lob a high pass over to pull the Tigers to within point at
tain Eugene McDowell Tuesday George. Phillip Jackson outjumpedan 39-38.
night, Jan.29. The two best big marlin Indian for the pass and was fouled
the area, PKY's 6-7 Randall Leath with 25 seconds to go. The final eight minutes tugged at
and CC's McDowell, will be on Jackson's chance to clinch the win, the crowd's emotions. UCHS went up
display. 40-39... Anderson put the Tigers back
a on..nd-onetreethnlw
slid off the rim and Anderson opportunity re-, up 46-42 and fouled Irvin George out
bounded and sprinted to the other with 5:33: left.. Highland, who ended
Newberry 81 Union Co. 58 with in footer tie at
end fouled II, popped a l to
being on the way with 15
The Panthers pulled out from a seconds showing. The 0-3 power forward 46-all and Perry's one-hander put the
39-30 halftime lead with a hot third (I.n Eastern Kentucky football home side up 48-48 with 4:08: to go...
quarter to leave the Tigers behind signee) dumped in both free throws to UCHS went into a slowdown with 3:30 ; ; ; d
Tuesday night despite a 24 point tie the game 51all. left,still up 48-47... and led 51-47 on the ;:i
night by Union's Irvin George and a Union's strategy was to hold the George to Jones bucket with 1:44: togo

13 point game for brother Rufus ball for a final shot but Anderson's -
Then Anderson and Chlefland stole
George.In long arm got in the way of that. With
jumping Its record to.11-2 Chiefland pressing and the crowd the victory away.
Newberry got 23 points and 10 re- noise growing to a deafening roar Rufus George ended with 10 points 01
bounds from 8-4 forward James while Irvin George led Union re-
Anderson picked off a bad Tiger pass
Shuler and 14 points from guard bounders with nine grabs.
and went all the way for a layup with
Aaron Miles. 10 seconds to go. Ch.........] S 14 17 14 U
Union County 12 1* 9 1* MNowborry Jackson was again fouled as he rac- Union Co. 19 12 l. I. IICMMHAMOA.
17 22 21 21 .! ed the ball upcourt with five seconds .*.,...d.....>.Hllii.uJ.i..tI 'llger TerritoryTigers
I.POOT 4.WllltoPio.aMwrdnw'. jinn. ,> I.
UNION_tY-fadiM 4. ..OiorQI 111.George, left, but again the front end of his one- UNION CO.L. I. MaM<*4 II, porn n It, 20, surround ChiefUnid's Rob Alexander and IM hall In theteam's
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U.!O.II!TOTALS 4.HIehhml 27.... O.M M>,Ulftaf I,MomMr and-one wouldn't go down and Anderson J.eanw ....Oonio H laws,4. Rufus George at left, and Donald Jones, number Shootout in Lake Butler last Friday niw

NIWMIMV- ........ a.MU .14. NMnol t,Tutor .. wrestled the rebound off the floor
a.*... tortiM, 4. Omn I, hunk. I.Tlllm I. J inll for the win, Chiefland's fifth against
TOTALS:3aINV.Chiefiand seven losses. For the game the Tigershit

chances.just one of eight free throw On sale Thursday.,

53 Union Co. 51 "We had that one turnover, that h EW IrAIEAGLEIB Friday & Saturday]

Now it's five losses by a total of 14 Jump ball the guy called that was a LOW
points.That. bad call," Roes said after the Tiger 111

frustrating statistic belongs to gym tales and better than you PRICESI
the snakebitten Tigers and their vocal though a lot losing -
fans after Chiefland pulled out a 53 by 30po ints. We scrapped with 'em
51 win in the Tiger gym Friday night. tonight."
Al McGuire would have called it 'a The Tigers scrapped with t man- -
white knuckler'. The lead changed man pressure del ense. Irvin George of 43"1'
hands seven times and the score was drew the coverage of Anderson and national' brands at savings
knotted six times. But as Tiger coach from the beginning he pinched the In-
David Ross pointed out afterwards, dian star into the corners away from
"We had the chance to win it." the ball Two buckets by> Willis
The Tigers led 91-47 when Rufus Highland and Rufus George put the Names you know and products you trust.

George snuck down the baseline and Tigers up 104 after a period. That
fed Donald Jones for a layup with 1:44: lead grew to 14-8 as James Perry fed
to go. 20 seconds later Jones batted Highland for a fastbreak jumper but
away a Chiefland shot to a teamate Anderson hit his only bucket of the
and the UCHS gym was rocking with first half and then two free throws to r
the. promise of victory number one. tie it 14-14 with 4:24: left before 5VUAN1ATwootdod
Then Lacy Anderson and Tiger halftime. i
misfortune took over. The visitors built the lead to 20-14
Anderson, Chiefland's ace who had but then turned the ball over three 1
been hushed ust one field goal inv straight times and Irvin George QUA
seven first attempts by Irvin bucketed three straight buckets, two
George had come on strong In the second on passes from Perry. Perry's tipInat TAU \)
half. With 1:10: to go and Union in the buzzer sent the teams into thefcreatrtied ION &NO )&I.'I' '
possession tbe referee whistled a five n.' at 22' 'IlI'Noll fnrw>i '11*
I second call and jump ball. Anderson UCHS broke fast in the
won the tip and finished the play with with Irvin George's tip-In of brown BIO YANK
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J Recreation Department's 13-18 year White Shadows past the Blazers .. 14//1'I war and .t..d$2... poinl"for 11A= DISCOUNTRED 4.9 6
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$Andrew Patterson 4. Loomis JaHoraon 3. points and Isam Carter netted 12 as ...... a.f? t f
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{Trail Blazers 47 White Shadows 44 the Super Sonics WednesdaYI Jan..
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j White Shadows 49 Super Sanies 35 Mike Tisdale and Donnie Banks

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Will*. Sh.d..... Tim Harris 20. Mark Trail Blazers toa win Monday Jan. 7. tfyv/k 1
fPlorco I. only Clark .. Edward Wilbur Sewell led the loser with <\ ;Y V.;gg MEN'S UNDERWEAR Qr!
I Aldrldgo a. Albert" McDufflo I. Chariot eight markers, as the previously frr W-ii'Z? KoverJEPIGENS,
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74>ra.. Don Portia ...Wilbur. Sowoll, Monday Jan. 7. t... bar.ORTHO.
lofojrotto Chandler .. l.am .-. II. Stanley Clark scored 15 points and .
Wayjta Tyson 2. Edward Aldridge 12 for the winners. : S
Trail Slaz.rs--l Mlk* Tltdolo 22. Johnny, who had to overcome 27 point explosion DUST. r s
Bo>w.ll 13. Kovln GrlHIl .. Dennis aankl by the Super Sonics Gerald Good FAMOUS MAKER sELF-.TICK VINYL .sow 4VLS. SAG
2, Gory Carter 2. man. ppF
78'eFs 47 Trail Blazers 45 WtAI2e5! : BATH WAS ,47CT0. 1.94
Don Portis hit 18 points and Isam Standings: W-L TOWEL -* DIICOIINT -11
Carter and Wilbur Sewell were also in 78'ers 7-2 nrna.Mao*- l jaoquanM,laps. PraS N tM It tfSkOtWSjIaM. H** c::)Past' .tWe .In-
double figures as the 76'ers edged the White Shadows S-4 .el HAND noMoraol TOWELS M!'rfUt..1 1.QO Dundas/ vUa..Colortul** 10 now ony oaalnni.imaoui ourlaoa. and MCI can contra_ N 'Mw

Trail] Blazers 47-45 Wednesday, Jan.- Trail Blazers S-4 '
14. Super Sonics 1-8 'WASHCLOTHS 21
Mike Tisdale led all scorers with 22 Was 8/1.14
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Lawtey Sonics Win Hawthorne Squeaks By BabyIndians InOTsi;:-':

I TM Baby Indians dropped a heartbreaker the host Baby: Hornets outscored explosion saw Keystone tie the game

oo the road last Friday night KHHS''7* in the \three minute, over 41-all heading into

falling 59-58 when a Hornet bucketed Hawthrone carried a four point
On Final ShotBenny / the last shot with just seconds left in Bar Slbley's 28 point "show into the fourth quarter but the Baby

overtime.They played Baldwin on the spearheaded the Baby Indians while Indians fought. back to send the ton-

Hudson's basket with three The Soaps won their opener by road in an unreported Tuesday night ,Bobby Strickland added 18 points In test into OT.' :'- 6

seconds to go shot the Lawtey Sonics scoring 23 of the first 25 points in the gams. the losing cause. i Keystone 12 2t 12 II :.:::U
past the Old Timers M -93 in the second half to leave the Falcons In Friday's tilt the two teams battled After one period Hawthorne led Hawthorne IS 24 UCTYtTOM 4 .:1=ball

packed-house championship game of behind. White Alvaughn Golden and to a 83-53 regulation draw before 1S-12 but a fastbreaking second period .,56,IMMmui, .a.Na/1,1..ilr
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the CCBC Pack Four semipro bask Hudson all had 14 points. N. Mack 13, NAWINOILDNa: ..Twn>,Wllttom. ,MiiHili: .

ball tournament at In and W. Ross 11 in the balanced Sonic We Called II IMM T, .... II. KM I.
Starke Saturday night. attack. Jimmy Aldridge topped the Umpires Numt ier>( Wrong .w:.

Hudson's bucket and a 22 point losers with IB with Alvin Green pumping Umpires aren't the only people that $15-$17 per ballgame plus 30 cents per

night by Curtis White offset Milton in 15 from long range and Oliver make mistakes... we printed the mile(one way) for travel. "We'll take

Baker's 27 points and Fred Hollis' 16 Crum adding ... wrong phone number In our story guys that have umpired little league Old-Timer's Softball .. _

for the Old Timers. The Sonics who In Saturday night's consolation about high school umpires being games or we'll train them" Brady Is a Possibility '" .

reached the title game by topping the game the Hawks rolled up a 23 point Wit'r needed. added. "I know there are guys who'd

Falcons of Starke 82-78 Friday night halftime bulge and moved past :the If you are interested in doing part- like to umpire out there." The Starke Recreation Department

led 51-47 at the half Saturday but Falcons- as Elva Hampton bagg- time work for the North Central Is announcing the possibility of planting

couldn't shake the Starke club. The ed 20 points Harold Chandler added Florida Umpires Association which an Old Timer a Softball League

Old Timers got a shot off at the buzzer 18, and Chris Chandler 15.: Oliver coven area baseball games call for men aged 35 and up. Using a 18

Saturday but it was no good. Crum netted for the losers and Jimmy ." 37S-M1S rather than 3786115. Inch ball Instead of the traditional

White hit 10 of 10 free throws to lead Aldridge had 17. evr 3 Hal Brady new head of the association REAL ESTATE Softball Is also to be discussed.If .

his club while Alvaughn Golden chipped put out the call for the umpires you are interested in the league '

in 17 points N. Mack 14, and C. tut. ...... swl.y 1mm(M)-UMilW... A.5.IMR! saying he'd like to have umpires from COURSEGENE or have a team that would be,In-
Johnson 12. Hudson's gamewinnerended I7.C.ad11..11. H.OiUm.W._..W.*'.*a,
HuJlill..e. jKMtl H. ,...._ 14. other than Gainesville. terested hi forming such a league contact -
an eight point night for him. Old-(N-w.D._..c.*.,v,*. N.*fto Persons interested would have to be REESE.INSTRUCTOR the Rec. Department at 8644792.
Baker was seven of eight from the *..IMU. 14 mtt It.mHmim f, W.MBifciM e. certified by the Florida High School If enough Interest is shown there will

line with()field goals to take scoring Activities Association at a cost of *9 be an organizational meeting late.in '
James Reed had 12 for the M p7 r M.*.(M)' C.0 .dtarM. .....Q.1.al..
Brady said and would stand to make February to discuss
.CldN M, ..&mwr....Own 4M .. I4..N. rules league
losers with Kenny Hampton adding .. Mmiin 1.D..1. *. Th. Don T.nnant SchoolOf organization fees etc.

nine points. Pd.! ...(M).J. ANr14.IT. O.Cram...C.,miJint. Slam Dunk! Real Estate
The Old Timers won the first open- .N.P.imiiail'.I II.Oimmm*,A.OfM 4,O.Mw*... Diamond Signups
U Pwoy'.A. w1111... Milton Baker's slam dunk and 21
Ing round game Friday night,coming Continue in KeystoneBaseball Will Off.r
back from down 44-40 at the half to ffMir OW Ihnn ((17)) AbMi 4. .... M. to 14. points highlighted Friday night's win 14 Hour Post Course
squeeze past the Starke Hawks 87-78 tmnmr 4, .. /.1ee.a II.MMM 4.SM4 IS. "'-- for the Old Timers over the Falcons. and Softball signups con- Licensing RICHARDLUKE
II. February 9 C 10 1980
as Baker canned 20 points,including a (* *.(7S)..I-_*.C.a 1641.IS..._ .. tinue this Saturday at McDavid Parkin ,
late game stuff. Lawrence Thompson M.Omi .i''..,.Bnta....11.115Nw M, I. M..1.II 4, Keystone Heights from noon to 2 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

tossed In It points with Kenny Hampton D. __i,t r.nn.i 4.lfM1 p.m. for boys and girls wanting to Chamber of Comm.rc. Bldg.A .

adding 15 and Raymond Blue 14.. WMW A. OiU.il ". C. particpate in the Keystone Recreca-
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Chris Chandler popped In 28 points Jilmun..W. SM II,W.Mllliil H. .. M 4ii, 14.M. you tlon Association's baseball and soft- principles, practices Claw
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Woodland Drive, off SR.21, on Lake Bundy, Grandln Keystone Height.

: RTI Ia: VETERINARY CPA NEW York*.batad eHparlancad firm ao indlnaoparatlon buded. l- Keystone Height Frl., FL.. eight mile east of Beautifully wooded lot on

cttlnlcla. >n.w.II./lent l' fmt want 1 .. a .'parl.nc. riM ....ch''.... .ll.-Q..D1en.ed.' Jan. 25 10.5 p.m. Com Keystone Height ,immediate clear land bottom lake.
Munid gal60COW,6 H Barryhlll.McGra ed for .....-. I
.. not apply Cill Sri V* early Itchg 1/24.
1055 b0lw.en..*toe tin'InterviewCOOKSVA11RESSES __ -- Public AccountanU. S3O K. Fort ala NW 10 Ava G'oIlle.' Fl 3-
/ / Kino,or Blda ctnll, I 3m ocala-7IBM.DfNTAL ., Florida.376Q NURSE NEEDED FOR*LOCAL. Boxer 10 w5.k. old. $150. 473.2563. tfnchg. 12/13. tree overlooking ,lake
; '.473-3912 Ited.2 ."' FOUNQi Sara. p.m.. male 'from'" -$3'.500. I
WAITERS np.xl.mcMt coofck r .ume tor Dapt. 1JM Sun) JJOOdownISO
only. w.Mr"Mff./w alt.r 11 p m KSSUM Pre-war A. 'vlila., ..r' *" < S !_ t rirtitl( .i 4cV' Af k p.peP.n.Labgrryhduvld.black .. ;
t mm. Oiltt. Aoplv 'In D rM>n :3-9 '. on'y. Cell 372._ ; month. Comtperi.
BOON KffPER p m. tnlarnviional' Hou.. of EO e.P7rCrLKee '.,,'_. *_FOOD SALES REP HELP WANTED. Earn .illyd:j jmon.y with collar no tag. 'cio) lot 'on SR-21 North
wontedl '0. + Car *> Auto arcpanw-r
Full time bookk..0ar PMnc lfc )6'3 SW 13 at O'vHtaHAIM home. Circular
pl/n/lne/ Need rxM-rTMvona to rpair roar and + Bonum > Top banatlts. Localterritory. at Lake Geneva area. available. Ownec-
p.I.W 001Y W.I. STYLIST R CM>llonlst' 1 IM4 jfmp Pick-up,c.n...aan at1O9 Call Sua 373 .7H, mailers wanted. No experience 473-2111.
WOnt 10 .bl 5. 51110/5 0 1 a For busy Unii.N Shop c..n e Or Coo lla G.". Trail- Snell SwbMLned/On510SKV/c5 tfnchg 10/11 Salesman 4734375.32
hu.Mahr S4'50rr C.mn11.N1- US A4ALK 4. F CM ALB trPark, off I-7S Mora ,.._....- ct-.roa necettary. S.nd AFRAID OF OVERSLEEPING '
Nnchg.FOR ,
rate with ability. Stan /ImntaxMlalv. / ,75-4650 tloncull ROnH 37.-\97
(PAINTER. fluctuatlna workwt tamped lelf-oddrexed For a small fee I'll wok.
Mon thru Frl EO.m.16 5 SALE Two acre
** Etcparlancad
m31I155b50pt. FOR WOMEN'S ..... of "'n... & light bookkaaolno. Salary he*,.. car 4. a-oulpn-tant., $4Mw.. .nv.lop. for Informationto you up. Phone 475.1731 for SR-100 n.ar Keystone
c.nt r. Call' 377 4V V, OalneivlllaH contTMr' urat wllrt: *parlanca.Call 01.......,y...."...C.D.37....,.,. G A. Reid. P.O. Box 126. wake ftorvice.
.fh 0, F1/rests Ctrtfr C J7S-S37I for appt up tfnchg Height. $300 down $41.88
Keystone Heights, FL 1/17 per month. Pfione 473.4058

32656. 1/17 2/7. 4tchg FOR SALE Quality Starcralt or 473-43 after 6 p.m.

NEED HELP ORGANIZING A .pop-up com p.r. Sleep 8. 2 1/3 Nnchg.AMERICAN _
'73GMEMLIN 107SOODGB DART CUSTOM': '65GTO table, stove, sink, LEGION IINCO' :--:'
4 cylinder, .vtomatlCt Automatic air conditioned/ ARTY, wedding( or any ;
ra.l nlc' *.1494 and br-li.r.. ...". BUST OF".. refrigerator heater, Highway 21 north S/tur- .
other ? I
FIMANCIMO AVAILABLBM .OWW..1$00 j:.ll 464-...>. J61N s.t an ai"*or IT 1\643 Important event
/ )Car*To Cttooaa f-rotr* can take all those many corpet.d.52.400.KeysoneH.Ights day 7 p.m. and Sunday 5p.m.

CARmY condition'74 PONTIAC,' air.CATAL.INA CB Rt>dio. Fin naw 67 JAGUAR MRrvtortd < ..... details off your ihautdert 473-2910. tfnchg !Public Invited ttnthg 3
claHlc' 1st U500 f
lira & mora VWS or ba l oflar
M MAIN 377.702' 10/18 r
3JO Mornings' "MM ._, 457 MM for ds-rte-ll bfora Jtom and onto) mine. Coll me for
74 AMC HORMBT. OOOtt COndl- rNsw.l.. Information WORK Block 2400 SQ. FT. RETAIL or office
64 K ARM ANN GMtA. ;
; : I 1" '010 burnad In
io.. .... brick atone. Specializingin Excellent loco'onl' 5
BUICK SPORT WAOOMood Dover.la rn'>g..,IOM Call MarlMAM0LEN oood (qualified-9CU.475-1731.) space.
rabullt.' wpnol*
% corMttllon.nor..,..KCHl.nlerlor brand new Goodrich ballad TAM no'na naw top a fireplace.,
'yn. 776364.does.3. 1940 37T-M57 new or High traffic Will J
... tt-rry.SI-JOO 1/17 area.
,good 0> mlr*MM, HOO ttr Aftsort 01 othar part tfnchg
1MO. 30O .' mil**. Bottv m 4 door. 4 red IntldaAttkin too tmall. Call 4732841.
C A OIL I.AC ELOORAOO 1MB ..m5115164; In= Uiapa New or 3tO ay *Mu.l allCall diamond jewelry coin Center. For info call Week 5
Runs 0711 m looks oood S*>crl- tlr. *>. AsmnpSMO Call 3/7-4015 173 3M PONTIAC (LBMAN9 Ed t-737-.5%or I-6M-5IOO tfnchg 1025A Bolt and Tackle 475. -5
IC50 C.l* 3/7-OWW Mvff. p toureundynok.c,] window*, and dental gold. Will visit or 153. ;
176-0643 tlttafT 7 p migrtCAMARO 177 FORD CttANADA OMIAy atn/tm, powttr boo... GrandPrlM 1910 FIAT C00v.d/bI runs 500.4. home. 1-376-5333. NEW AMWAY DEALER il after 7 p.m. 12/28 tin ti$ 5
: door, rad wit*. %vffilta vtnlv, ton, rnclno tlr-n amod rurmlna 1550 SM 4 734 ...... 3rd AS.5.d your In
Z e2. 1001.lO.d.e. Air. AM/FM .loht trach, oovar Cone11 100. 11200. "J76.7103. 114)1001 Mr. RlTlman. tfnchg 1/17 your area |lust waiting to WANTED Mature woman S
.ndo.... "'00. CCall L10rV ]7fa71t Slud.nl erve Pleae hera
vlt1.0 41111.0. uii fully 0031131560000r.,...-. FOR RENT 2BR 2BA mobile you. give needed for child care In my -.
16000. 371-5.94.w$ call at 904. 7S.1731.
home on lakefront 2 mil.. home Monday-Friday 'i

1 from Key.tone.. 473.4186.2'chIlI117.2. Hnchg 1117CAIIPINUI 3.6:30 p.m. Age 8. ll.omI:.:=o 1

WORKi 13. Wage negotiablereference ,-

FOR SALES 1979 white Remodeling work kitchen *. 473-7095 evin; -.?

Whirlpool portable cabinet and trim Ing. Hnchg 1/10. 8 V.

3 BR. 11011..r0* dan. rarnot* dishwasher (can be built carpenter. Reasonable GROCERY SHOFFfN0'-A'! ::
SUNSHINE. !,_SF-eCIAL.. ..... .4.. 110 alad kltcnwt, wood) ftoorti In bd 11 ACRES prlcei. Call Ed Oempey at CHOSE for ? ;:.
ba'h. .c. c. "' ,__ .40001. INS* '."c.d yard in). $I9O. 473 2876 after 2 you
Chain' """. ...,. to town .....000. 3n..5z.L..s:3o. Fronting Mltlhopoar Rd 4732477. tfnchg 11/1 .
asS111...b15, ....... or low 101 to 533.900 ocr... from Oaar Run. Includatcarport p.m. Itchg 1/24 come pick up your Hit and ;:?
_.1111'" 1052.. ow-r/........ 3 .". ..th br'cII _. :I e.r '." _e.. ".rn. Drlw.ew. HELP WANTED Earn extra $100 REWARD For block and deliver to your door. Call ,i
372-6111 ar ''''9770' lancad yard MB araa ftitOOOO Call Joftn KlrkMtrick374V210 white female German *."
cab down. .numabla nnortoaiMMJ *-. a tojor 4-nditlona' mon.y at home. Circular for appointment. 475-mii,
4 Bit. X Bath, 7 OO Sa Ft. *MC*|
:. il' Shepherd. 7 old with
lanl condition, convvnlvnt tcUnlvartlty % OOP 377-om ftar*" '.3poolnln.enl mailers wanted. No experience mo. tfnchg 1/17 ,t, i?
Caniral h..".". 3 BR,9 BAT 4......_ tISDO DOWN plu' CtotlntJ C0t Send red collar and red name FOR SALES 14' bass boat .
"..o.c.. ... to .aDoraclal' tTOOt DOWN ..MimtstS.OOO mere at loir necessary. ,;;
ter.....t.75''00 Call 37t>5tS>. Thl'. lovtHy horna off 6111110016120 oar montn. Metro** .... stamped s.tf-address.d tag. Lost 'In M.lr.... area SOHP Evlnrude, ./. props.T
Rod tia* 194M ft FanctMbackyard lafca ace.-... ?BM home ./>.....,. 12/10. Aniweri to nom.Ban.h. .
5 BN BV OWNS It-. block to UP depth finder '
and ,, ;..>c,. Owrtatfinancing. envelope) for Informationto trolling !
trccH a tannm VA bath aoXM 3 BR J Bath comfortattia= IMMTM ... Coll
.. anytime .
custom hltch4jn ,, e*dwell Ut* IS yar no awl with Crvar 7.000 tto ft p4w lero G A. Reid P.O. Box 126 motor, $1,209. 7862896. !:
With /Ifvlna Wm M Mail 1 Really o '
30X24 playroom. tlr.f>,lac. ftfcltchan Oatn' ..vHI'.. REALTOR J7K... lahadin: porch FlakHtonaflraBlaca. Keystone Height, FL 475-1190. 12/1311nchg itpd 124GOLDEN ;; &
Older/ a torv horn Inlaroa AMN'OM. Wood aN floor tool it cathadral calllna andraatianllno FOR SALE 1969 Pontiac '
yard with citrus 50550 0 In laundry a. 55 wlna room 3Mq I RON WOODOOLFCOURSB > in ttta family r.Om..1 32656. -.td'1I1/17.2/7 OPPORTUNITY;; .
Oalm tree*. cahover dO.m a 5415 tt > torv.. 1/001-10671 con ViLLAOB of thl* on S acre cloe In In thNV LeMana station wagon, Fantastic salr golf'?'"
rnorfoaoa Ca 475_ _ttructlon_ __ QUO 377 3757a / for sVM.9OO Call nvtima fcea FOR SALk 1979 Kawasaki garage -
4309 NE iTtnTarraca
Lea Maal EsI.t ft Builder, n.w transmission tire. '
fflclanf t B 3 BR itornat.by KZ400 3700 mile, helmet, equipment, ftoueehofd"4'}
No Ou01i0Y/N-% InI.I.., BOOM. 2 4 DORIS M. L.... REALTOR
.SO down. 3 Sr. 2 541, 1575 IWt batn l<% acfa yard KMcal- a.r..gul tion IS hole. ooif 3/4-34T3-. foul weather suit and exhaust, and brake. S6OO I'.ml.chain aw, remodel-
loW.. 110301 0 e.W.s M/0A5 !.*>! for ttorrt or bu ln..* COS 376444.1761447REALTY. or bet offer.4734163. 1/3
RN/rot 376,15. ...3OO Vfm or 499t4laTeTOOUBLByVlOE .. BELI.AMV FORDS glove $1,600. 475-268. 'Ing supplies, sliding gloss |

7 5R 1 O11$,05.,.blocS h007,.. ....O.3..., PAM AM (UN L.,2.IIi IN tttoraae.bamtownhouto kite her Itchg 1/24. Hn chg. door*. Sal., Jan. 26.JO *
.114.1. Ie1. a 1.505. Lip lbw 1'9 bath*.003. (VlOacratof l ncappro :7SR, I'95671. ,c.- 500/0O30 "' 0.000 ./--5. FOR RENT 12x60 2BR HELP WANTED.1370/Thou. a.m.-4 p.m. Baker Roadorf. .}
514' F.O. -
1051 5. 64yed 000d. 530.500. Kris 7 olIN wnt of O'vlila and
RO6OUII.OWN000CR..N1.4004OSt Off NW 33nd Av.. .3..500Ownar mobile home, 'large lot on envelope you mall. 'S-214 follow the *lgn*.
flnanc ,70-,4>::1. 471'K03 Postage Paid. Free. Sendto
.moll lade 1125 month. 4733614. Itchg 1/24
473-3543. Itchg 1/24 PAD-B. Rt. 2 Box 200 5MONITORFOR

FOR RENTS Mobile home. Keyttone Height, Fl. SAlli Tractor Ford

on Lake Geneva. One, two 32656 1/3 tfn chg 2,000 price $3.450.i

and three BR furnished CASH FOR UlVIR-hlghe.1 Money Ferguson MF'fO" 1
TV US TV t. 0:10.: racllnar Sofa.brown a mat china'
ba plaid
5.516... naadiMMrd > price paid for odd
DOUBLE Innar BED.and bo. Mirlno, 4 Chair" ...... Ump taO+a .MO. boM chair. .l'10 Ovartuffad e...... central A/H. SR-100 across piecesand $3,800. Both In very good j
fT...... ADO nl0ht-twMJ fan SIS toa"t-H* .IO. fftr._CONS -MO. ,ladle 10 ao as. toot bam no. dat>i line Naojotiabie' 375-7794.
badiora. eMc.d ttan oil'co.MHtion tor UU. naootlabia lmBronia 011.,5.60 '72_. T..S fR1f McDonald. 473.2722. 2tchg ware. Tea sets, troy, plot box blade. 473-4367 or

flr_'laca .cr>.... draw WOVEN wood Mltno-w' or.no-. ...._._'NST"UM.NTS Sc/0011Ik c11CM 1/24-31 ter.. etc. $125 per pound 473-4058. 1/17, I2tchll. / >. .
curtain. M" wlda 3 1"nigtl oooc gold, A brown, rx> mSO. 3319150 a tor Calculator, cat*, roc....- minimum. Second Wind. 15
10' : rTHBMMOKtNO WANT TO BUY ', ft. .
condition S3 J.a3OS3CAMFBT ID'y-iMW US for wnlfa MMirtHav .S5S_ _377 34 j. Ron. cu.
c.r_.. o-IO'iJ". 'ao N. Main St.. Gainesville INTERIOR
freezer 4 .
'la*ll. baloa. ctam Conical. "'_DC.. flrlacfrlc. burtoratxtw OIBSBLRBFRIOetRATtON upright ; -. .r.on '373-8733
..... Hoovar riafHMvac vacuumctaanar. .*o Tlrra drawar dnk.IIS UNIT FOR tent with plenty, ventilation and 373-7425. trained. 'In
O 37">a_ Call. 371 Macram.na> wall 4-nfH--Mfc, ... T"AIL'w good shape. 473-2261 Will visit your ......... We Idea. J
STUD'NT 1541.all; TvoawTltartrt 177 CLECTROCUM wtm9PlECB D.0.1 4.* Utility TRAILS"".' II.'. Man S50N. after 6 p.m. Itpd 1/24 also buy antique and fur Ifnchlllll7

drop>,..,.Mlta...... .H: Ethan me'.'Allan with ......... $171 Sony WINrrW 5100. ff-ppar cu-ito-m mad. UM up. FOR SALE O* RENTS niture. rfixhg 1/10 FOR RENT DICOIATOI"j I

ROUARMUOM'KSCRSi4nt dcpwbla naadbnard, Hoht *napia.S :=s.':::'=;.0.11. 7765424 371 3764.372.7671. Modular building with half. FOR RENTi On Lak.G.n.ya. |
M IM". .
J .r 64$ rod* M $ao, f aka fur aoraadn
S3.ce 0.11. _. _. r_. _".....500 376.... HvlrArnarlcan. ..__.....,.. .'D. I00 door vu.1... toft AC bath '12x18.' S6SO or $60 3BR. 2BA mobile pressure
l00. > 473 ymomnmftgmSHOP SINOe.. S.IIM, mK1/nee 1401, $3... La** .. -1501. 000520900 tar car US. SlmpflcitvCAMRINO monthly rent. Phone! home with CHA. Unfurnlthed. .' mower,
__ tMO total, UaM and dMlr. SU.3rt Le41 546 .m 01.10 .... MCCIF
_*Vacuum 11..y twin ctMnarr motor,Soar, *tOoncrata Mal _Will ca a.a U. fcW" old paler *aw.I4 It.. Sill day. J7T tf"TS avo. bc0C1.1nsaw1121.' ....21... 473-7066 2tpd 1/24-31 I No pet*. $165 per garden, :

? : oa:*->oir e Child' ro: 0. SKIl SIl /0 ...- BTU forc d) atr .rvantnatur.il EQUIPMENT; Ian 2 ,month Include/ water and lion tool I.. KEYSTONE tNt#:j
:000W:: : : .
SIN OC JO Trh94/ /callant cooling conditionBlack .. .. Call Pass... fant. garbage !
alaaplna b.gs pick Phone
yes furnaca TALS. 21
.. up. Hwy.
,.. North
....m...._.._ Call 375-1944 a 4611e"0 373-7OIS_ 3/3 43a attar$ lo-sT-rn._ 5t052..fe.m/S for ail 17.VOSM ,
PARADISE VIEW 473-2383 after 4:30 p.m. 473-295.. TFchg .

rfnchg 1/10 NEW. HOMES FOR lAlli Two

nearKEYSTONE a BR. 2 bath CH/A und.r

,. HEIGHTS .. ... ... ... construction. Clay County.

A InBRADFORD iCie' ..Two BR. 2 bath .heat ond
\ \ WMTED air. lake Brooklyn Inlih-
TO BUT: J 473-4470.
ie" Eve 473-2056.

Need more information? Jut :'ope edl and going CCASH CASH ,'ttchg 1/24.
fast.rh a Interested in. placing a classified? $2,750.: Owner financing C or\Jsd .MaMe. .Homes |C HOMISi your lot or mine

Call 372-4222 J'j available. 4)73-7060) or :tc W* P.y Tap Prto' iC welcome.120 per *q.' ft. Inspection ADAMS

:t ...go. 475-1310. .
1/24_ tpd J/14. fli3 2e::1.8I:snd.3 37fc.4c'? BUILDER 473-4470: eves
'rot-20S6.ltchg: 1/24. -


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FOR COINSl Gold..lIv.r. GOOD PWCBS PAID for used ONI BEDROOM furnished; ;"
dent.jgold WANTED CLlAN. NICUV FURNISHED FOR SALE HA,Bohlo or Allsla. Larry HAYs Argentina Bohlo no
sterling mobile homes If mortgage hou... 525 W. Madison St. apartment. Phone LaFallette. Starke, weeds, no rain.. $1.00
GF scrap jewelry on- Is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S MEN OR WOMBNt : 964-6201: alter 5 per
age Apply In person to Mrs p.m. 10 SO MOBILE'HOMEi All I7S DODGE TRADESMAN 964-6273. TFcha. bale Roland Stern.
MlVnF9t1ofn Bull-
: 964-6250 etc. MOBILE HOME SALES. I$- 9, no experience need J.D. Seymour. 527 N. Itcha 1/24.: new Insulation and panel HO Custom Von: 6 AKC: CHOW PUPPIESs 5 964-B345. 1/17 4tpd :2/7.
TFchg. 964-5606. Open 7 dare ed. card letter HOUSE FOR REMTt In Waldo
Write or to Walnut Stark No pets'no cylinder 3 speed
"MOIILI HOMI AXLES and ing. Maw wiring and plumbing weeks old: four females MOTORCVCLISl 1979 GS42S-
weekly. TFchg F.N. Etc.. P.O. Box 1239. children. Itpd 1/24. across from Rescue Unit. automatic Craig
wheels. Top paid lor WANTBDi Mobile home two AC. Reasonable. one mala. Phone 964-5636. L Suzuki: 3,000 miles mag
'A' price axles Starke, Fla. 32091. 1/24 NICI CLEAN two bedroom Two BR homo, fenced In AM/FM/casaette stereo
,rt'llke hew' condition. and II,... Will pick up. 4tpd( 2/14. mobile homo. Cat hoot backyard with fruit trees. Phone 964-5376. 11/1 with speakers, carpeted 1/17 :Slpd 1/34. wheels $1650. 1979 GS

Phone 64-6331.. 1/24 OLIN'S MOBILE HOME! ..N.'I NEEDED for hill time and central air. 1135 $175 month with $100 TFchg. Interior, sun. roof rear COASTAL BERMUDA NAVt 750L Suzuki 1300 miles,
TFehg SALES 964-5606. Open 7 3-11 shift. Also IPNs full month. (IOO security deposit. For more Infor. ANTIQUE MICK home. 3 BR. calling vent air shocks Phone "473-3437: Keystone mag .wh..... $2,300.:

WANTED Coca-Cola battle days a week. TFchgHELP lime for doy/evenlng shift. deposit. Phone 964-8704. phone ""-861(0. 1/24. 2 BA; layer huge living fog lights. S2.300.: Phone, Hts. No collect calls. 1/34: Phone, 7BJ-.1BA.1 1/17 21adSIEVIRAL

"embossed laka Butler Excellent salary and fringe Itchg 1/24. :2teha 1/31. room with fireplace and 964-8469. TFcha 4tpdJ3/14. ITEMSi Whirlpool
j:Florida (Fla.). Will pay benefits. Contact Directorof THREE ROOM furnished or 4 ..,.2'A. BA Ho_.. $300 woodboM Largo .kitchen 1976 DODOI STATION 12 FT. FIBERGLASS Fishing refrigerator) washing
''"129.00 cash far lint battle "Hurting.' 9O4-SS9-JISI. untarnished apartment.Wall mo. Walnut St. .....78:11.: with lots of cabinet space. WAGON AlT: A/C: P/S. boat and trailer. Trail machine; dishwasher;

lidellverod.; Must "'In mint Frailer Memorial Hospital. to wall carpet. newly 1/17 Jtcho) II /$]. 1800 sq. ft. heated area. :23.000 miles. $1400. Motel Lawt.". Fla. 32O58. bedroom suite with

Kcondillon. No chips, crocks -WANTED Anocclenny, Fla. Ii4 2tchg paneled. Off-street park- BR APARTMENT furnish- :2526 total sq. ft Call ;;i-62115.11/17 :2tchg 1/24. 783-3220.: Itcho 1/34: dresser, chest ol drawers

or *CrOtc be.. Phono WKKEIti Positions to l/)l.IXPBRtlNCID l. Ing. Adult only No pet. ad $95. 1 BR apartment. Breaker .483-1474.. 1/10 WILL T..DI1973 Dodge EFINISHEBS DELIGHT' and box springs: bedroom

9646073. 1/17 :3tpd 1/24.:. sell wicker. on home open, show BODY MAN to. Phone 964-8498.1/lO3tchg $150; 1 BR apartment. ..tcha 1/31. Tradesman 300 van for Mahogany dining table suit with dresser, large
children No Pets.First .
135. No ,
:S1rilil i TO AND MOMS'j&lacksonvillo. plan. Excellent commis run and operate a shop 1/24. $ LARGE HOMEi Could be school bus or older walk-In with six chairs. China mirror and DON springs and
and 'last month In ad.
Haunt 8-5. sion. Start Immedlatel,.' like. It was his own.; ALSO TWO BEDROOM Mobile 964-7321.: 1/17 made Into two rental truck er van. Starllte cabinet available. Make mattress. Take a look. No

:--Wofks at Paxon Shopping Writ, Wlekor Rt. I. box Experienced welder home. partially furnished 3tchg vance.1/31. apartments. 'In Hampton. Motel, 3Vi miles N. ofSIak. reasonable offer. Phone reasonable offer refused.

;i 'Conter 5 days week 288, Keystone His.. Fla. wanted. Phone 782-3991. and located In country. PALMS APARTMENTSi Furnished S23.0GO with good terms. .. tpd 1/34. 964-7741 Saturday or Sun. Phons 9647048. Itpd 1/24.
:-:: (Monday thru Friday). 33696. l/104tchg 1/31. 1/2-4 2tchg 1/31. Phone 964-5630 after 5 efficiencies and I Phone 483-1663 after 5 1977 PLYMOUTH Valiant: 6 day. I tad 1/24.. TOPPER PO longbod truck:

: J Phone 964-8303. Itchg p.m. 1tpd 1/24.. BR opts.. weekly or men- p.m. 1/10 3tpd 124.KINGSLEY cylinder AT AC. PS. '11. MOVING SALEl Complete All aluminum. like new.
thly.. NEW FURNISHED LAKIl 3 SR. 2495. household must go. Fur. $::100. Phone 964-5485.

X"T Union County Times '\ STUDIOS. monthly only. CH/A Kitchen equlp.i. Lot 473-4470..SALES.. Itchg Keystone 1/24. nlture for den living room, Itchg 1/24.
2313 N. Temple. Star..... 100 X BOO ft. Private dock. bedrooms dining room ACRIDITE Farm Bureau
FOR. RENT FOR SALE TFchg Ph. 904/533-2196. or $1,493. ADAMS AUTO (banquet table with 8 Safemark Tire, batteries.

KITCHENETTES One BR 533-2811.1/17 "'chgl/7.: SALES. Keystone, chairs); Currfar piano accessories, lubricants.
MOBILE HOMEtlor rent. OPPORTUNITIESRAM FOR SALE UIIO FURNITURE Stovrefrigerator ., apartments,, pool. TV. AC MOIILI HOMIt 197.... 12: X 473-4470.. Itchg 1/24. almost new: clothes: in. 407. N. Temple, Ave.. corner -

:;..:Two bedroom one bath. couches, utilities Included. Totally 72: CH/A; ref. stove; 3 1977 FORD LTD! 302 V-8. one terlor decorations; Pratt and 301. Phone
:';On *act. land. Water fur chests chair dressers furnished. Weekly monthly down 964-6465. 1/24. ..tchg2/1".
OPfOKTUNITVi Own 9 BEDROOM HOUSEi For BR I /\ BA. Nothing owner clean. $2,730: refrigerator ',....r. picnic
s':nlshed. No kids no drink- your own business. solo by owner. I both and and antique lurntlre needs '01... TEMPLE MOTEL. take over payments. Seller ADAMS AUTO SALES fable. Phone 782-3487. RSGISTIRED BLACK ANGUS

&:; "'g. $123: a month. First Distributorship for Kodak 1/2 bath on I acre lot. Between reflnlshlng. Batty Smith 880 N. Temple AvStarks. ... will pay cla.lng.130513019Sl18.1117..tchg. Keystone; 473-4470. Itchg Itchg 1/24.. bull with papers. :21 m*..
:.:and last month In advance.. '"m. Duracell Barlarles.CE ftaiiord and 18. Can. Providence 732-6710.: 1/24:. Phone 964-7337. : 1976 CHEW PICKUP Step CONSOLE STEREO AM/FM old. Very gentle. In good

&Discount to elderly couple.CCall Sylvania and other tact 431-1321: after 5:30 Itchg. 9/20 TFchg. :2/7. side, AT. 2250.: ADAMS radio, turntable, solid condition and guaranteed
: 496-23O8. Anytime.SHIO photo products needed In p.m. weekdays. 1/17 197t V4 TON Wll F-IOO MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE AUTO SALES. Keystone wood Mediterranean console sound. Phone 964-3630

: TFNCHG. your area. No selling. Service 4tchg. 2/7. Ford; V... PS. Stereo, with HOME PARK mobile homes FOREST HEIGHTS 4 miles 473-4470.. Itchg 1/24. cabinet small recordstoroga. after 5 p.m. Itpd( 1/24.
1t ; lop retailers under exclusive '72 DATSUNi Station Wagon. 8 track rear mag wtioeli. and spaces for rent. Phone North toward prison. 3 BR 1973 OLDSi. $1,13. Phone Mognavox. Needs ARGENTINA BANIA HAY

contract established Good condition. $700. mud grips. 20,000 miles. 468-2912. TFchg :2 both. Special .*...7.,.. from 9 to 6 p.m. work for doIt.youro.lI.r. Twice fertilized. Limited
-(NSURANCEINES by us. High Immediate 4 &360 11. 1/24. Itpd. $3,895. Phone 496-3197. TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY 1 financing available. Affordable 1/17 2tchs 1/24. some .perfect. SSO, or best- quantity." J.M. Edwards,

Income. Minimum Investment felt> RANOIRl 1974 F-IOO Itchg 1/24.. room efficiency and. also Homos 531 W. Call. TOYOTA COROLLAt 1975. offer. Phone 7823330. Phone 964-5377. 1/24. :2tpd
INSURANCE AGENCri (9.600. High profitstructure. pick-up. Automatictransmission. sleeping' rooms. Wooklylor Starke. Phone 964-3333. AC radio, good condition. 1/31.

160 S. Lake Ave.. Lak..utl.r. Call epr. 2. power steerIng monthly. Come to Under 1/24 4tdig It 14 Phone 473-3193 TFchg. BEAUTIFUL CONSOLE 1726 FT. CYPRESS LUMBER
1-800-6334545. or write brake air con Applications wood Motel 3'/t Miles CHE.OKEIt' CABINET 6 ft. long, solid
496-3978. Complete power JIEP Fully .
I 1x4. l>6. 1x8 1x12. all 10
North of Starko US 301. wood, AM/FM
NUAGE. :2121 Montevallo '-. C8 radio. Good perfect
Insurance Service. TFN equipped has cruise
Are Now con It. long. Also :2x4'l: 8 ft.
Rd.. S.W. Birmingham condition. $2,500: cash TFchg. Zenith. Good speakers.Turntable
EVERYONE IS INSURABll trol. 14 1/2: mile to gal.
and 2x6'a 10 ft '
Immediate coverage by Alabama 35211. Include firm. Western Auto 190 W. Being Taken, i TWO AND THREI BEDROOM PERSONALSERVICES Original list S12.00O.: does not work long long.
phone. JOE USHERAGENCV4962I26 three references. 1/24: Main. St. lake Butler mob lid homes. $113 to Assume payoff $6,346.80. has record storage, '_ $600 for all. Phone

or 1 Itpd.SFORTINO. 496-:2w.' 1/24:. Itchg. FOR Florida $130 with $30 damage Excellent condition.. to-reel tape recorder 431-1746. l/242tchg: 1/31.
4962903.TFNPERSONAL GOODS MANCXUIt RUMMAGE SALIi Furniture I deposit. White's Mobile 496-2171: or 473-2214. 1/24 needs repair. $50 or make 197 24 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER
Let us assist you In mall appllancee, mi... I Times Union paper route In Home Park, SR 16 and 225. BILL'S SAW SHOPt Completesharpening :2tcha13l.OPPORTUNITIES. offer. Beautiful cabinet to Priced lor quick sale. Fully

starting your own sporting household! Items, clothes Melrose and Keystone 1/10 aloof 1/31. service clrculor make Into bar or trophy equipped. Phone 782-3991:
goods business. Operate .ft. Jan. 25-26: from 9 area. Phone 964-3165 Mon. THREE BEDROOMS 2 baths. hand. carbide, case Phone 782-3660. Itchg 124.HOUSEHOLD. .
from store or residence, a.m..4. p.m. at O-A Coun. day.'thru Friday 9 a,m. to 5p.m. large fenced-ln yard, un- chain snowar blade hollow NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE.; GOODS for

SERVICESCUSTOM full or port-time. 1.000 required. try Store In Raiford. 1/24 Must have dependable furnished hoe .,OV.. ground and balanced. Citrus on triffolota root far ale cheap. SR 100 mid-

Send name, address Itpd.FIRCWOODi. transportation and Phone 964-3511 after 4 Leave at Jackson Building WOULD YOU CARt To be cold resistant. Peach way between Stark and

MADE and phone number Fat lighter lor post cash bond. p.m. 1/10 4tchg 1/31. Supply.Starke, or Keystone financially independent? pear, persimmon nectarine Keystone Hts. Sign on pro.

DRAP111111111111oroisestimates. to Sport-About Inc. 7691 ale. Price negotiable.Call MODERN FURNISHED Hts. TFchgALCOHOLICS We need distribut 0'a' guava grapes fig party Durden Garden

Local Central Ave NE. Frldley .431-1235. 431-1072 or APARTMENT carp..d.on. ANONYMOUS Outstanding opportunity blueberries, anna apple Center. Itchg 1/24.
bedroom hoot and
distributors completely MN 55432 ((612)) 7845819.PERSONAL. 43I-I2O2 after 7 p.m. 1/24 .. available. Phone Mrs B'-IO1. dorset apple 4'.5'. OARAGE SAlll. Dally thru
AC.private paved parking
washable nationally Itpd.MAVi security doors and lights, Phone M4-5148 or 964-6582.: Wilson 473,:2658, 9 to 6 only. azaloat. camellias hedge February 9. Inside. New
Advertised OordsatteDraperies. Alycla grass $1.50 par TFchg 1/17 3tpd 1/31. Items doll,. 9 until 3. 509
children Phone plants {junipers, palms,
bale. You pick-up. Between no or pets. REMODELIMO. BUILDINO.REPAIMi .
SIW Enterprises. SPORTING GOODS FRANCHISE Center St., Starke. Phone
964-8263 after 5 1/17 shade trees, many more.Roses .
and pm.
100 Providence New kitchens.k ,
Ed or Lama Hwy 2tchg 1/:1": Let vs assist. you In on Fla. root stoc ."..,9t+832.t. 1Ji1d 112.... '.
Hwy. Call t"i" balha.family rooms,ffirick., .
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'Stephens.. ,, ,496-2219n. JUl tSM RIWARDtTo parson 46-2555. 1/24:. Itchg .' block. concrete. FI.plac..poelalt.t. etartlnQ'yoli' bw/n sporting O.C.' Comes Nursery. 23 UNCLAIMED" CHRISTMAS

OASOMA TFN. 11k.;'"Snlill"i're';-; ;:,1, rvrtin 'Inf million leading JEEP CHEROKEEs Fully Large or LOST/FOUND .. Grlffls Con gooHa business., Operate miles SE ol Stork at lAVWAVt Singer Future.
411 to arrest and conviction ol from store or residence, full
equipped has cruise con .tructlan. Phone 4732108or : Florahome, Hwy 100. One of Singer's finest' Sawing -
and limbs cut or trimmed. persona entering home of trol. 14 1/2: miles to gal *Land FillPonds ] lOSTl Vicinity ol B"OrdLake. 473-3578.:: TFchll.I.CH' or part-lime. SI.OOO required. Phone 6592165. 12/20 machines. Makes. buttonholes. *
Reasonable rates. Call and removing furniture of Send name address
Original list 12,000.. Black French poodlelind IMH PEST CONT.OLII.VICD 6tchg 1/34.:: sews on buttons.monograms .
Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m. Mrs. J.D. Knight on or and phone number to
Assume payoH f6.546.80. In one eye. OP FLAl 320 N.Temple THREE TOY POODLESl SI SOeach. stretch stitches
1/3 TFN.1lUYH'1 around I/B/8O. Contact Sport-About Inc. 7691 Central -
Excellent condition. Call 473-4678. Itchg 1/24. Av.. Phone AKC registered.ALSO and fancy designs. No
UPHOLSTERY S"OPs'Ral6poning Dewltt!Knight P.O. Box 505 LOST RIWAROi Male, Ave ME, Frldley MM
.496-2171 473-2214.1/24 964-3534. Household StillIn
I German needed.
or pests 2 male attachments
for light work. Madison. Ga. 30650. 117atchg. lost 35432(612)764-3819.: ( : )
Walker Hound. on
: 2tchg 131.CYPRUS and termites. 11/8 TFchg Shepherd pups .4 mos. old. warranty. Sold new for
Garage Sales Dally from 9 124.HOPP. /1880! W. Madison Rood. Nameon
< tUMBMil.726 leet.Ix4's Meng Dairy SEWING MACHINES SI:35 each. Have had all So59. Pall cash balance of
a.m. to S 496-3572.:
1/17 :2tpd 1/24.p.m.. "'6'.. 1...'.. 1xias 984-9728 collar, Carl Keith, Rt. I. REPAIRIDl All mqkes FOR SALE shots. Phone 1-753-5322.: $171.11 or 11380 per
884-8941 Lebanon J.C.T., Kentucky.
and 1.12' 1 by are 10ft. cleaned oiled and ad- Lake City. 1/3 3tcha 1/24: month. Will take older
2x4., ft:2x6-10ft.$600 for Phone Merrill Grlffls. lusted. $10. Work
All CHICKEN HOUSE machine as part payment.
TOPP FENCING kinds hog
the whole load. Wayne 9646767. Itpd 1/24. guaranteed.. James
,StereosReduced wire, welded wire barbwire breeders or broilers to be Visa ( Mastarcharge oc.
Smllh HI. I Box 907 IB Strickland corner Morgan
REGISTER wood chain link; lorn down and moved. cepted. To see call Credit
1.114.124:1tchg.131.Carl : HOMESFOR Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg
TRUCK BRADPOR>>, SIPTIC TANK free, ..tlmat... MANNING with equipment. 500 ft. Manager collect
TOWHOLESALE SALE SERVICIl Bradford residential FENCE CO.. 473. 8:1:1.: : long 30 It. wide. Phone 19043764467. Free home

I fill/.. M S. ToWIBtM SI.H4m pump-outs $45. Com. Keystone TFchcj 964-6528. 1/10.4tchq 1/31. trial l ft, home delivery.

TOPSExtra FBumbinz READY TO MOVE iNs 4. BR 3 m.rclal and Industrial. Fully SKI BOAT 16 It. fiberglass, CHICKIN LITTER from Broiler White Sewing Service.

'*.limited Number Bath Fireplace 2 Bay licensed. Phone 73 boot, 74 Mercury 65 HP.nllin. Houses James Gasklns, TFnchg 1/24.

Low Prices Service Co. LP Bottles Windows over 1500 sq. 964-BI2I. 7FchgHORSESHCEINGs .. gator-tilt trailer, 964-83M. 1/34: TFchQ. PUPPIES 6 weeks old. half
ALSO USED TVsDahme McCollum leet. Brick close to ochoa! Trimming $1,300. Call 964-5764 days ONE ACRE Plenty of trees, Labrador, half Doberman.
Cary A
I Shown by Appointment or corrective work. 12: 431-1640 after 8:00 p.m. new well and septic; 1976 $20. Phone 964-3723. 1/24:
Inc. 1 591-2814 Lena C.tv Fis 320SSP : Motor Homes Filled Call Bob Harris. 9643311or yoara experience. LaryLaFolI. CHAIN LINK FENCE Terry 30 ft. trailer. Readyto 2tchg 1/31.

s. > 473-3133. 1/24. 3tchg ."., Works, material. Do it yourselfand move In. Will sell
E. CIII St. >orie 7550563It MMttMtU. VtrtiMwwIH 9646273. 12/13 TFchg ..... .
110 Mclntocn, Fla BLOCK HOMES from $33,933 save. Installation together or separately. .
964-7923 ____j No Answer Tlrti.BittarlM. TAn.A to $47,984. CH/A. w/w IXP.RUNCIDCA.PINHIMASON available. Free estimates. Hastings Drive. Storke off

Call. Aftere P-M carpet electric range, Insulated wants small constructionobs. HandyMan Fence Co N.W. Market Road. Phone .. Mobil I

......., WE M.AS! I I other extra windows Built on many your' | ,. Fireplaces additions., remodelIng Phone WATSON'S 9648559. TFchg HOUSE OF 964-7729.Itpd 1/24. Asa Watson. .. Homos *

KLookingForOg: SCRAP BATTERIES AUTO FURNITURE BOAT own lot. Rural financing .782-9906: : alter 6 p.m. 1/3 VACUUMS Many brandsof MOBIL* HQMESERVICK it No Down Payment With*
available. See our models 4tpd 1124OFFICE now vacuums. Used C VA Financing .. FHA -f(
3.00 EJ.ALUMINUM -ic
'"Mobil H...*? ..1.'$ UPHOLSTERY SHOP at 12875 Normandy Blvd.. MACHINE REPAIR: machine available. Parts tPOLES 8040own.115yearsfinancing J,
CANS Jacksonville. Phone, Phone 964-6302. Storke' and accessories' for all 100 AMI* Available TfL

Speolol New. 12x80 C 23 th.All 4 Miles South Of Stsrke Off 301 387-4981.. Hallmark Leisure pickup end delivery. 1/10 vacuum systems. 404 NW) Also Good. Clean. Used 't*
1:1/6: 1/31. 4tpd 1/31. 10th Ave.. Gainesville
'T.09S. Delivered Andfc Homes. 99chg Mobile Homes Cr
OTHER METALS 25 Years Experience CASH PAD for 1964 or 376-7110. ig
L Set Up. 0500.000inventory I. MOBILE HOMES Why pay phone TFchg
-ic To Choose 1ic : SILVER 1 COINS TMTRQPUCTQRY OFFER more? Buy direct from fac earlier silver coins andsilver 8AHIA MAVi. Argentina East, PelalkaJ ,

.....m. "Ht BRADFORDBATTERIES 20% Discount On FabricsAppointment r tory. Large selection ol:24, dollars. Phone highly fertilised. Phone Mobile Home S.I.ic
9043543077. 1/17 TFchg.
14. 12 wide COMMUNITY 9646071. TFchg.BRICABRAC 7 East Faluns Fla -.4k
.... East Psljtke" INC. Thru March MOBILE HOMES SALES. US REPAIRS. RIMOOELING. ADDITIONS SNOPl Just 4r321660 end 323-300 rT
'Mobile Home S.,... ,
No job too large
!- 3Za.tlaa and 329-3607 tc 838 N. Temple At Your Convenience 301 1 to North.6 Sunday.Open 9 to Phone dusk. or too small. Fireplaces, opening.Keystone Hwy Hts.:21 Ceramics North of., WeM* PleeVMeHset ..........."

964-8428 kitchens, etc. WAD BEHR .
Phone '
.Jof.-- .....87..1.. TFchQCrIO plaques dolls, Indian -----
MOBILE HOMEINSURANCE 782-3973.: 1/24 TFchg. Jewelry ether $ItemsJ
Well Phone 473-7042. 7/26 Roberts
; each Phone Arthur

Drilling HOMEOWNERS, Nu.,..Waves-..,1 Gasklns, 782-3140 or. 'ir21| Real Estate

A 1"FA10 POLICIES'' \\ 1/17 4tchg 2/7. 782-3497.: TFchg '''it.i.L: '
Fist Rotary AT OC.IC. GRAIN FIDi Buy '

Drilling Equipment REASOMABLERATESFHEl.. 4'1b I direct from farm. Killed., 964-7828 86 Temple
---. ----- ALL NEW ,
BradfordMiniStorage cut and wrapped. 754 a lb.
STATE LICENSED alii's Mobile i dressed weight. Phone
40 ecree In Bradford county, owner "n_....
782-3633. 1/3 Slpd 1/25. I
Pumps None Sales TOOLS **.* TOOLS SINGER ATHENA lOOOt Electronic .2...._. I'A bam .home eft 3 acres Meet and spotless.
QUOTES (R I* West.Hemptest .

Phone 004-6609 sewing machine. 1 SR. IS, IR, OR,priced right. swnerflnesKed.Soretoee .
New A UsedSalesPartsSorvice /527 Water St. Christmas layway left
NAT'LGUARD ARMORY Heights. S BR, 1 B. IR. fR. with fireplace.lawtey .
Elaine M. Olin Allen"rNi I Stark*. Fla. unclaimed. The.best mad.l.Singer :. 2 BR. IB. '". equipped. hltcnets I acre lot..
Ph.! 864-8280 makes. someone .Hampton Double wide MH 1 ...IB, on....... I ours.Crystal .
-* E-Z TermsPlumbing__ m Starfce.Fla. ,feb. I 7:39 PM to take up' Leke. 1 BR. 2 B. IR. DR. only 2 yam eU.. '

6'x10' Units payments of$17 per month' lewtey. MR IB IR, FR. M eeulepad kltclla. *. almost
U N1 G1I Sbll" or pay balance of $486.
Braids: Skill, C.P"ockw.ll, $'50. Will lake newl On six acres
10'xlO'Units! Orlg. price : Need ream to grow' Stert with ttila easy < Bdrm/1 both

New Installation CENTER trade. Phone 964-8312. h_. Kikho" hoe built-ins 0tI4 .......,. three sonnoor lot
ED Drill Presses in Air Tools 40. Floor Jacks Will deliver. obligation. ,
10'x20. Units ""the. .Owner may help Hnanclnf.Cell 4te-MI4 after
Remodeling Repairs Itchg 1/24. .........
Paneling Molding
II Go Band Saws If Radial Arm Saws it Air Compressors .lake. Butler t-3 B*. IB. LR, Ml. 210! II 410 let.Laree .

DurrancgPUMP Kitchen Cabinets/ ranch style eKer-weklitf. lake Butl.... 3

I Counter" Tops. I ED Power I Tools Is Vises e Grinders Io Porta Powers WICI.EAlltll A fiLL! lilt ...."" /2........Inoge Mvfnl mom well loarge_lot klildieft.3

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ED Socket Sets Wrench Sets Sanders Jobs Cell 4-M-MI4 after hevrs.Owner .
a FREE Larae Or bais ....-at.... Hvee 4..."" 11.hath family Name.Neede .
c 'SUPPLY'COMPANY I: ESTIMATESVA11211JOHNS411M: it Skill Saws 9 Gear Pullers 9 Roll Around Tool Boxes went but werm It. Lofts ,.....In taw elaee te

> Dozer Work evespliolosel.. ... Cotl .44414 after .......
'. Tap & Die. Carpenter & Plumbel"ToolsOVER .

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884 N. 391 D1FFC1ENT TOOLS '.
CD. I' i \ ; wookeows said. evesstoge e.

Temple Ave. St Lots Of Item For' Women Top Soil Roberts .t.4-US J...ellh rhm,.t"4SM4MnOedwlH.
140 S. Thompson
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Pay. laR' January 24,1980e u__

In Line for Ranking?

Keystone Girls : Now 10-3 I

Keystone's Lady Indians shot downvictims the'' ugIHInd-tJUnblelracas at KHHS Norwood adding eight. "We did a real

number live and six In a row Monday night. The senior's 20 footer good job on the boards," the Lady Indian -
last weak to up their season log to with 20 seconds left wiped out a 39-34 coach praised.
Gainesville High lead and her dazzling Gainesville' S 12 a 10 -JSKayeton
103.Lastsecond heroics by Sandra Nor- blocked shot with just six seconds 11597.39
wood carried the KHHS girls past remaining all but 1 Iced the win. OMHMVMUCtaril..Scary a.WTO. ..O.PMMeI
rmm. .. ..>?* 1.>--1. MM..... ImM 1.
Gainesville High 30-35 Monday night After Norwood launched the shot TOTALS ,..,-..
after they had blasted Baldwin 80-19 that turned into the game-winner a ..svST01N.a4wd.ln S. Mlllili It tabwk 4,
Thursday night. Now with a slow Lady Hurricane was fouled at the _..Whxtor 5...hut*4.TOTAtll ,..,.-...
start well behind her club Keystone other end. She missed the shot but
-ij I/ Coach Kathy Boatwright Is again momenta later KHHS couldn't bag a
class about moving Into the state free throw and GHS threw a court- Keystone 80 Baldwin 19
rankings where they were length pass and had a layup to win the 11 girls played and ten scored as the
41 ninth when the season started."I game. But,, Norwood came on the Lady Indians romped past ...
think it's about time we get considered scene ("from nowhere" remembered Baldwin 80-19 Thursday nigh at
for ranking" Boatwright offered coach Kathy Boatwright) to bat the home.It .
Tuesday Ironically for the first shot away with six seconds left. GHS was the highest point total racked
time the Lady Indians didn't even got one final shot after inbounding the up by the KHHS girls this year and
receive votes last week despite their ball but the try missed and as both the lowest total allowed an opponent.
current win string. "I think we're as teams scrapped for the rebound the Keystone led 15-4 after one period and
good. Chiefland (number 6) the way clock expired said the officials. The rolled on with reserves seeing muchof
we're playing now and Bolles ref's had to argue the point with GUS the action.
(number 10)) got beat by West Nassau coaches and players who said there Senior Sandra Norwood rang up big
(number II) by IS points or somethinglike was still time left when a jump ball numbers too, scoring 24 points and
that (while the Lady Warriors was called. claiming a whopping 25 rebounds as
just edged KHHS by five)." KHIIS went to 93. Karen Smith added
Speaking of West Nassau It Is that Keystone led 23-17 at halftime and 10 markers with Betsy Boatwright
club that will provide the stiffest Boatwright said she thought "we Stephanie Wheeler and Becky Rundall

Overplaying Defense Dodd, 20, corner GHS with their defense In the Junior varsl- roadblock between the Lady Indians might take control of it," but GUS hitting eight points and Boatwright
ty Lady Indians comeback victory Monday night. and a prolonged win streak Friday fought back and had a three point lead claiming 10 rebounds.
Keystone JV girls Mlckie Slbley. number 25: and Donna night,Jan. 25 in West Nassau. "If we heading into the game's final minute. "We Just had a fantastic night,"exclaimed
can beat West Nassau, or play within Lady Indian coach Kathy
five or six points of them we probably "It really got to be a wild affair," Boatwright. I sure didn't try to run
should be ranked" Boatwright said. Boatwright said of the tussle. the score up but the bench just played
Keystone JV Girls Win 2 ; Now 64The First the Lady Indians must disposeof "Sandra got her 18 points but they great. I think we have the best AA
Milliard at home Thursday night double-teamed her all night and we bench around."
Jan. 24. "I Just hope we're not looking Just had a lot of trouble getting the
past that game to West Nassau" the ball Inside. We couldn't hit from out- Baldwin' 4 ( 4 4 1f
JV Lady Indians of Keystone Keystone 23 Baldwin 24 coach Bob Smith. "We had a lot more KHHS mentor warned. Keystone will side which was frustrating... but GUS Keystone 15 I* 23 24 10

High came from behind with a swarming In a game that was tight all the way people score (7) than we have been visit Jax.: Victory Christian Tuesday just played good game especially A10WIH.. M OTll.. WaM. H.., Cmm MFfchM -,.
pressure defense to beat the KHHS JV girls pulled out to a 25-20 having and that's good. The good night, Jan. 29.Keystone defensively." The class 4A Lady Hurricanes S-I-1.nmmmm I.I.4. TOIAU. Hllt.IVITONi .
Gainesville High Monday night, Jan lead with just a minute and half left in thing is we're getting away from drib- dropped to 2-9 with the loss. ..MStOHTV. li.l-.iljM. ...... Mir. i.4le.4.14
WlI 1.1a.14..4.714 fttokrTOTAUl
21, after holding off Baldwin 25-24 last the game and held off Baldwin Thurs- bling the ball and passing it more. 36 GIIS 35 Beth Walrath and Betsy Boatwrlght ...... N.-d.-.m '+a. .wd. ...... w....... 1.1.4.
Thursday night. The two home court day night Jan. 17. Donna Dodd's eight points and DlnaCarr's Sandra Norwood stole the show in both had 13 rebounds In the win with .,...
wins upped the KHHS girls' record to six topped the home club while
6-4 with another home contest conning The visitors pulled back to within the boardwor: of Jill Eland (11 rebounds
up Monday night. Jan. 28, against 25-24 with two late buckets off their ), Joan Butler (9) and Robin
Hawthorne. Tipoff time is 7:30.: press. Before that KHHS had led by Wyman (8)) also played a big part In
two after period one and at halftime the win.Baldwin.
and had just a one point advantage 4197.34 COMP
Keystone 29. GUS 23 heading into the final period. ".,-... 9577.25
WDwIM-4.-- '. -.
GHS which had beaten the Lady In- "We played as a team better mVSTOM-UU.y4.OnT*.lk dt. thrt,5..rwa
dian jayvees 43-39 earlier in I.DW4S.wp.a..
tonight than we have, said KHHSSports
Gainesville led early, 2-0 after a slow
first period and 12-7 at halftime but
Keystone pressed the whole second
half and fought back for the win.

Donna Dodd who topped all scorers CalendarThursday SERVICE
with 14 points hit a shot at the buzzer
ending the first half. "That helped us .
a lot going Into the second half"

pointed out coach Bob Smith. The se- Jan. 24-
cond half was Keystone's. With Baker Co. at BRADFORD girls basketball ((5)
Mickey Sibley leading a swarming St. Augustine at BRADFORD JV boys (6:30), V boys ((8)
defense that forced It turnovers or Newberry at UNION girls JV ((6:30), V girls ((8) basketball
steals in the final half and Joan Butler Milliard at KEYSTONE boys JV (5), girls V ((6:3C, boys V ((8) basketball I
and Dina Carr controlling the boards

the JV Lady Indians pulled to within Friday Jan. 2S--
two points 18-16 after three periods P.K. Yonge at UNION girls V ((5), boys JV (6:30), boy V ((8) basketball
and overtook the JV Lady Hurricanes KEYSTONE boys JV ((5), girls V ((6:30), boys V (8) at West Nassau basketball 1 / 4Iut
in the final quarter. Butler who had
eight points, grabbed 10 rebounds