Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04193
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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 31, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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t iJ';/ ?.'IJndlng Institutions must commit authority! lender, .and the bor committments to builders. If all the

1\ l by Thursday: how much money each rower." money I* not loaned to borrowers by
will be responsible for lending to (build Indications of committments are individual banks after six months it
nflw homes.' for middle income due by S p.m: next Wednesday, Feb. 8, will go back into a pool from which
And the Winners Are... i families under the county Housing with a workshop to follow at 8 p.m. banks can use more than they com
Finance Authority's (HFA) proposed that day In the county commission mitted for, can get it.
Winners at the 33rd Annual Chamber of Commerce banvice Award; James Prince, Humanitarian Award, his wife' bona! !issue. meeting room In the courthouse. A second If it Is successful, the new HFA

quet are, from left to right: Bill Wilson Community SerSarah; and Betsy Yawn, Good Student Award. HFA will meet Wednesday Feb. 6, workshop and for formal bond Issue will mean over 200 new

at S p.m.in the Garden Restaurant fora meeting is set Thursday Feb. 7, to homes in the county over the next two
work shop session and !then at 6 p.m. assign agreements with lenders. All years. Lending institutions have nine
uv.the county commission meeting allocation agreements are due in by months to commit the money and in
: Yawn James Prince Bill Wilson room in the courthouse for a formal Feb. 14 and bonds are expected to be 13 months the homes must be oc-
meeting. Another meeting Is set the sold Feb. 14. cupied.
next day (Thursday, Feb. 7) at 11:30 The bond sale was expected around J.E. Tomlinson, president of !the
a.m.Uo; work out allocations to be Christmas but is running several Florida Bank at Starke, says the bond
Winners of 1980 Chamber Awards giyeH! each lending institution. months behind that early prediction. issue should mean a real shot in the
Loans could be available in early arm for the community. Tomlinson
It will.( be a critical meeting for the March under the latest revised says his bank would participate evenif
new EPA board, which will learn how scheduled.: it made nothing off the loans
The 33rd annual Chamber of Com- were contributing to the refurbish- B's during that time. She has been a big a bond issue it can float when the For the first 30 days loan funds because the new homes will bring new
merce banquet was held Saturday ment of central business area. member of the school's gifted child total I'F of all the committments is become available only individualsmay homes and new money Into the coun-
night to Install newly elected officers: Ripplinger concluded the slide show program since: its inception about knt>wn. Representatives of the apply After the first 30 days lending ty, which will help every segment of
present awards and give an overall with a few facts: since 1973 the seven years ago Is a member of the St.Petersburg Investment banking Institutions can make their own the local economy.Mr.Democrat ,
report on Starke's business climate in population In Starke has Increased by National Honor Society French Club firm Fisher Johnson, Allen Burke,
the past five yean. 3,200 or 1.75 per day.There have been and Drama Club. .She was chosen Inn.,''have predicted it will take at ,..' '-11>':''''' -
Winners of the awards were James 678 single family dwelling units built, Sweetheart In 1978, was awarded the least a $7 to $8 million issue to sell at M1C

Prince, Humanitarian Award; Betsy 1,183 mobile homes situated 578 add. Century lit Leader Award and was the interest rates
Yawn Good Student Award; and Bill OilS built and 98 commercial: building recently presented the D.A.R.Award. An issue of $13 million, however, is i
Wilson, Community Service Award.A licenses taken out-all to the tune of what the investment company has .,
$29 million in construction. be ni//booting for slide show started the evening off After the meal, three awards were The Humanitarian million would be available for home'
with outgoing Chamber President Ed presented to outstanding citizens of loans for middle income families, and .r
Ripplinger narrating the history of the community. "He feels the best way to serve the the other! $2.11 million would go to pay
Starke's business growth In !the past Lord Is to serve mankind. He's con- fees' to the bond organizers, attorneys -

half decade. stantly up with! someone in the night.It fiscal agents and ad-
-"Starke Is unique In that we're both Community Service never gets too cold, too wet or too mlniKlratlon of the issue. The greater

somewhere and nowhere. We're cen- Bill "No Problem" Wilson late at night for James Prince to get part ff the $2.9 million would be for
trally located to Interstate travel, ex- out of bed and go help someone In reserve funds required in the bond
we're between :Gainesville and ecutive vice-presdent of the need" said Mary McCloud of the win issue}. *
Jacksonville, have access to the Chamber, was awarded the Com of Humanitarian loans of to
ner the Chamber's Ninety-five percent up
state's finest higher education Institu- munity Service Award. The eulogy Award.,' S49q6o are expected to have an interest 1trIJ; I,
read by said in s
Ripplinger. ,
tions and we have only a 4.4 percentunemployment' : part rate of -9',4! %, about two perLent -
rate Ripplingernoted. 'The person receiving this award It is said Deacon James Prince "Is I
the loans
may not know everything there Is to !the glue that holds together !the )lower ) ome currenUy
Jlepolnted out that Stark has bad' know but he leads us tq believe there Greater Freewill Baptist Church .inze r:4dinuri' a tg'gtii e mOlley. have en._aa' ."*>*
. 'no major manufacturing workstops,. .Is ,nottiing he doee rtiptkiwwand, *"' -Reno ooTrwhen he, was?; m.-lCwt.nd little
yrJ' tight'niuney money
;Ttotttrng be cannot do7" wyounget' Prince Saul Newman
-and Jokingly said, "Some > IICprr.ay'that's helped is available for home loans no matter
build !the church. Two months after
because there's no manufacturing "He is ready and willing at all timesto what the interest rate is.
in Starke. Well that's not true. give a helping hand. For instance: the church was completed Deacon Lenders were the main source of
Just drive around sometime and takea the telephone rings and the voice on Newman died. Prince is now church's'respon- > the Jan. 18 meeting between the local
sible for of the
look." the lane says 'I need 80 chairs.' The a majority HFA board, Glen Allen and Donald
The slides showed new, renovatedand staunch reply! 'No problem-where membership. Burke, representatives from Fisher,
Prince and his wife of 50 ,
old businesses that have moved. In and when?' Slow many of us will take years Johnson, Allen& Burke, Inc., and the
Sarah have two natural daughters-
or around Starke.Ripplinger the time, move the chairs, bend our prospective lenders. All three local
and Clara
Martha Roberson of Miami
commented that backs and smile at the same time? He Princes lending institutions were representedand
although the Chamber has done does without blinking an eye. Blye of Moultrle, Ga. The plan to participate.The .
specifically to renovate !the have an adopted daughter Elaine
nothing lenders spent the Jan. IS work t
downtown area several merchants "At fair time, his shirt never Lee who works as a technician in the session trying to find out how the process
touches his back because it can't keepup mental health unit here.A will work. Allen said the talk
with him. He hurries to set placesfor true humanitarian, Prince has 1.
flowed hot and heavy in the work session
the cows, horses, chickens, rabbits raised five other families-Mary Mc-
mlJt mnwn QlrkrJ and then more was accomplished and Sen.Maekay
Cloud and Andrew Carter Included.
and hogs. Carnivals must be set In the courthouse hallway after the
up, rides Installed, but to pinch those Prince has encouraged black work session than In the meeting. Guy Andrews, left Bradford's Mr. Democrat, and Sen. Buddy MacKay know
cutie girls like he does takes gall. No families to push for better housing In each other well, and were, candid In discussing upcoming legislation. Andrews
fair all time. the Reno section and has always offered Lenders must put up a committ It ,
problem-the goes on on called the CPA Relief Bill the worst sort of Il'lIislllllon.l\lacKay explained"' was
a helping hand to anyone who ment fee of one percent of !the amountof not all bad, that the 'legislature wants to H certain Florida coun'lellllrP financially -
"This person is very needs him."James. money they ask for, plus a letter of sound and don't get into trouble like New York or Chicago.
argumentative-naturally,he is never Prince is colorblind, said credit for '-percent of their committ
right with his views and opinions, but Mrs. McCloud. ment. The letter and committment
no problem, we let him think so once "Why bother with the grownups, fee would be refunded if the lending
in awhile to boost his ego and see him you can't tell them anything. But a Institution, bank or savings & loan
smile." youngster can learn," says Prince, association, could get ail the money Gripes Groans Scarce
who was lauded for his persistence In out in the form of home loans ,

Good Student helping young people of the communi- .
The lenders were successful Feb. 18

The Good Student Award was tyMrs.. McCloud summed up Prince's' in getting the investment banking

presented to Betsy Yawn, a senior at spiritual altruism laying, "He Is a firm to agree to lower the committ At Legislative Hearing
THURSDAY.AN.n/ Bradford High School. constant force in the lives of many ment fee from 2',% to 1%, and the let-
City Planning &ZoningCommiisionSptcUl residents of our community." ter of committment from 1% to '.%.
In presenting the award,Ripplinger
read off the considerable list of Bet Lending will be entitled A handful of county officials con- defended the bill, saying the purpose
'- Hall presented,
5:00 P.M.City awards were
: sy's accomplishments, which included After the .to a loan origination fee of two per- vened Friday with their legislative was "very good."
the new Chamber president Ray cent. A bank for Instance, can collect to discuss
her the representatives or com-
nine-year membership in
man, was introduced. Norman, who of the loan "Counties were not In!the fiscal con
Girl Scouts up to 2'.% of the amount plain about problems relating to
during which time she
BUS Football Awards of few words, Introduced dition should be In and the
earned 37 merit called himself a man from the builder or seller and 1'.% Bradford County, and although there they
Banquet badges, was awarded for 1980: Benton' Auditor General said he would need 90
the officers .
of to 4
from the buyer, a total up %
hard about
the Tank of First Class Scout (the were no complaints any
Starke Elementary Cafeteria Ed Rippl-- more employees and an additional $2
Futcti, president-elect National
The trustee, the' Florida
highest rank In ) legislation,a wide range of topics was
girl scouting was
: 7:00 P.M.Chicken inger past-president Elzie Sanders Bank of Jacksonville, then will pur- aired. million. what we wanted to do>> was
chosen to attend the
Melody and
: Dinner Make Believe and Steve Denmark, vice presidents, chase loans from the bank at 98 per- County officials were unusually avoid a situation like New York or
i. $3.00 Non-mtmbert workshop sponsored by and Hazel Hardy, treasurer.. Chicago," MacKay explained.
Thus the lending institution can
the Southwest Connecticut Council.Betsy cent. silent, saying they were just there to
$2.00 All-Sports Club Members has worked as a staff "I'm' looking forward to working retain a net 2'% origination fee. listen. MacKay went on to say the major

member at Camp Neyatl for camp the past with you this coming year and I would Lenders can charge less but not more. mistake the Florida Legislature,
made was In estimating !the cost of the
like to emphasize-it takes two, the
,C, Gator Quarterback Club three years, and last year was staff HFA1 audits, which Sen. Pete Skinner
member of Smile Chamber of Commerce and you, The board adopted (he com-
Day Camp for
r7. Meeting Garden Restaurant' retarded girls.In Norman said. mittment fees and lender charges at D-l eke City, agreed with.
7:30 p.m. And with those remarks, the 33rd the Jan. 18 meeting. "What was thought would cost
f Sonny McGraw U of F addition to her numerous Girl Annual Chamber of Commerce ban Glen Allen described the bond issueas about $30,000 for an audit for a county

Guest. Speaker. Scout activities Betsy competed in quet came to a close. a "delicate balance between the the size of Union County, we're now \
the Clay Electric Co-Op Essay contest expecting will cost upward to $60,000.
MONDAY. FEB. 4 last year and was one of eight semi-
;; That's a sizeable chunk out of a fl ;'t
ELKS AND ELKETTES1102 finalists. She was chosen, along with million annual budget," said Skinner. "
Covered Dish Supper 7 P.M.. three other winners, for a one-week Skinner and Rep. Frank Williams,
Meeting-P.M. 'tour of Washington, D.C, where she Feb.. 9 is Deadline to Register D-Crystal Lake, both voted against,
: met our representatives, visited the the CPA bill. "
White House and met President Jim The biggest question concerning the

Bradford County Comm. my Carter's son Chip. bill is who Is going to pay for the
Meeting A.M' A musician as well, Betsy has beenwith For:Presidential Primary' audit said MacKay. At this point,

? Court House. the Bradford Middle School and .' there has been no final decision as to
High School bands for five year.
who should bear the financial responsibility -
,playing French horn. She recently attended With Saturday, Feb. 9 the deadline for registering vote In the March 11 :; he said. '
4 Lawtey City Council the All State Band concert In presidential preference primary the elections office in courthouse Is expecting There Is a $6.7 million kitty, '
r"s' 7ilOP.M. 0jf. Tampa, where she was first chair a last minute rush of late qualifying in the next nine days. established by the state legislature In 4'
:f1J.. City HaiTUESOAY. French horn player.She has also won As of Tuesday total registration In the county stood at 6.516. Democrats,with MacKay's Replacement? its special session earmarked for \ ""
the State Award in the Brass Solo con- 6.083 qualified, outnumbered the 345 Republicans almost 20 to one and 88 are counties needing financial assistance ; If
#'J' ,. FEB.! test for the past two years as well as registered as having "other" political affiliations. White voters with total of Perry McGrlff. Alachua county to pay for their audits, but how it will f
w 1 School Board ,winning a Gold Cup for her..superior 5.476 In the county, outnumber the 1038 blacks about five to one. 1" commissioner, !I. running for be distributed Is not known at this "
Work Session ratings in the competitions. The largest and fastest growing precincts in the county are No. 10 iTheressa I MacKay's District state senate seat. ,
:r ..t t, 2P.MoI An A-honor roll student since the with 670, and No. 1 (Lawleyl I. 841. Third largest princlncl Is No. 9, voting at. McGriff was" here for the legislative "we don't'\know If It will be first-

,},;., 'eighth grade, Betsy made 'only 'two Souths ide Elementary School, which now has 603. bearing and the Chamber banquet. came, first-serve basis or If it will be
'i..' 'j Although! February g is the deadline to qualify for voting in the presidential based on per capita," said Skinner. ,,'
1.i "'Starke City Council Index. preference primary Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn explains that !the Major1' Ismw discussed was the MacKay emphasized that he felt itwas "
of ., City Hall-7 P.M. .. registration books will not actually dose on that date and registration will continue "CPA relief bill" which requires a good piece of legislation, adding "
unbroken for voting In the fall primaries. counties I to self-audit Instead of bay "1 hop we don't have to throw
*V:: Courtesy Two Sections: In addition to presidential preference,registered Democrats will also vote on tog the state Auditor General auditing out the baby with the bath water."
SECTION At .- March 11 for member of the Democratic County Executive Committee in counties.. Opening the floor was Another issue brought vp was the
? JACKSON BUILDING Society, .. . .. Pages, $AfAEditorial..Page Precincts 3y$. I, g. 13 and 14 where Incumbents are opposed. citizen Guy Andrews,who remarked reappOrtionment of state legislators.
..- 4A Voters on March 11 may also be asked to approve or disapprove a county tax '"The CPA bill la one of the worst Williams said when the reapportion-
SUPPLY Or Stark Legal' Real Bst.! ... ... .VA-1IA of one cent per gallon on gasoline for use for road purposes.Although the County pieces of legislation that could have ment la done, county lutes will retain l
Hwy" 301 8 064-8078 SBCTIONBrSlMrts. commission: hat approved placing this proposition on the ballot. there are their Integrity. -There la strong nip. I
'.. Keystone Nvighn ..... .. .. ... .. ... 1B-7B still some legal technicalities I to be worked out according to Clerk of the Court beSen.1AuddyMacKay.;, D-Ocaia. Mid port for.sinjle-member districts ands
.: 100 An, *21-A Obituaries;. .. :.. .. .. ,.. .10B ,Gib Brown.- he was the only one Labia district '
'Hwy 473-4973, Classifieds . .. .. .. ....*,B Two constitutional amendments will also boon! the March U ballot (District I), to vote for tae bill Be Legislative PUA'


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I No Action Taken on Casey .Recommendation, to N .Hire Reddish I ISaying

) Hot real sure that he doesn't authorization put'anything else in
the of BHS
qualifications a meet the Intent of the advertisement," Casey said.
even thq por
business instructor do not meet those
to to do it."
advertised the Bradford school beard says the years. of ex "You do, It's up you

refused to action Supt. Tom Casey'lirecommendation 'h' ," Casey answered. Mrs."No Spengler said.I have to meet the requirements -
Mike Reddish school finance, specifirat-. maam
to name -
the board has
it? Mrs. Spengler
as business manager of the Brad- ques- "
in this
"School already established thing
in business manage-
ford school district. "And I tried...In other
said board member Jimmy Casey said.
Advertise outside the district "And finance" said Mrs. words the job classification Is the
(county) for someone with "...a No, maam. school business board's responsibility."
bachelor's degree with a minimum of came a chorus of "Yes,Sir, that correct," attorney
two years of field experience in work from other board member Wolbert said."This the position and
directly related to the school business now, If you read the duties these are the minimum qualificationsas
management function," or lower the as you go through set forth by the board and the
requirements and advertise again to ,we aren't trying to hire an board stated at its (Jan. 21) meetingit
give other local applicants a chanceat ,"Casey said."We have an would consider Feb. 5 whether to
the job School Board Chairman In the office This Is a per change that classification or leave it
Arthur Gaskins told Supt. Casey. The can read the responsibilities the way It Is and continue to adver
superintendent failed to get board approval oversee these areas, not to tise.."
at the Jan. 21 regular meeting
It's not a booKkeeper'
to lower the qualifications to read "
".. in the to>employ. Continue to AdvertiseMrs.
or three years experience
to point is still the same, it went
School Finance Department. Casey ) way and it might have kept Spengler said at that point
then called a special meeting Jan. 24 ... .' Mrs. Spengler began. she'd Just as soon continue to advertise
to recommend Reddish. for two years experience directly
Next meeting of the school board related to school finance until the
will be a work session set Tuesday, Explains] board's next meeting "At this point I
Feb.5, at 2 p.m. in the administration what Mrs. Spengler was don't think we're legal," Mrs.
building on N. Temple Avenue. express, Is that she feels that Spengler insisted.
the item where it listed Jimmy Lawson said he had been
I ,that it should have said under the Impression Reddish met the
a bachelor's degree in qualification, and that there must bea
IT'S TIME TO administration with a misconception somewhere.
of two years experience in If it was private business the
in work directly related to board could do as It wished,
ROTO-HOE business management Parmenter said "but I do think thereis
...or other experience as may a discrepancy here." The school
: relevant by the board, board cannot advertise a position,
was just to hire someone then hire contrary to those qualifications
slot who did not meet the Parmenter said.
." explained attorney Casey pointed out the board had
previously approved altered
Chain like a lawyer, not a layman," qualifications In placing Myrna Lou
oit1 Mrs Spengler. Rahn as coordinator of Title I and
4'' ) said he would not use Dewey McKinney as principal of the
.' It doesn't say required: middle school
( ) Casey said. And it also "The board has taken such action
r is the mimirnum qualifica with a full statement to the board,"
pointed out. Casey emphasizing the board had
made exceptions before.
Qualified "You're talking about a principal
who's been teaching ever since I VI'
right and I...well, I would been here moving to( another school
the Rank II with ad and you're talking about a lady who
SP 3z HP FRONT and supervision is far has been an assistant principal taking.
minimum in that type of over a principalship when the principal
SP 5 HP FRONT training. And, as I heard the was moved to another school,"
other night, they particular Gaskins pointed out
theslruclured formal tram- "We did not have too much choice,"

COW vital part) of the job require- Parmenter said "
) we had in that office" "That may be where we are here,
Casey said.
MANURE Spengler still questioned the
of altering the )oh re No Choice

Organic Sterilized without readvertising "I Restating. Chairman Gaskins said
to do something like this, It what
Wood Fr "this hoard would hi' remiss in
40 LBBAQ 2FLORIDA like something unethical" she we're doing" to appoint an applicantwho
does not meet I he qualificationsset !
still thought the board forth,
properly advertise the joh. "If the hoard wants to drop the requirements
who qualify to apply should be and readvertise, fine,"
opportunity to do so which Gaskins said. "If the board keeps! the
PEAT At"I'm aren t now," said the requirements on this sheet I don'lknow"

| why we, pan'l advertisewhatever
All Organic ;: "Fvt;:> f< vrr necessary! _

I I I Conditions Retains! Moisture Soil .. ,1 ,iOIl S Sante-io''l l[ advertised iiljIf.Y"had outside saW'<1 Iheiob.liadnol/ the\ l local s'hu,18yslt'm. basil

i m 1 69 after the discussion the that It was not the practice Indo
Jfc see fit to change the so.
and they remained as Unless the requirements are changed
said board member Vernon and readvertised Gaskins said hi
FLORIDAPEST "I think the point Mrs. doesn feel Mike Reddish or anyoiu-
is trying to make is that else not meeting the present
the qualifications." qualifications should fill the posit inn.
CONTROL he said, like he just got Gaskins added the board meant nil
sayingMrs.. Spenglercame personal reflection on Reddish
I \ at that time Mr Reddish is

-' I""': "" .,....-" '".. fill the position that'll he fine Reddish Wants Chance
: I hesitate to do something like

just doesn't sound quite Him. can I fulfill the qualificationsunless
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given the chain? Red
,you know 1 really don't have dish asked, when Gaskins asked if In-
had any comment
Any assistant principal' or principal
THE BRADFORD who has worked in school business
TELEGRAPH management would qualify Gaskins
every Thursdayat said giving an avenue by which the
138 W. Call Street job could he reached. AHorncvVoll .
Florida 32091 \ 'rl. hacked up the chairman
\ou seldom find business. jicl
Class postage paid at ministration on any principle's
t Starke FloridaSubscription qualificatIOns:' Casey pointed d nut
At 7:10:: p.m.. half art hour after Un
Rates meeting started. Gaskins with no mo.
area:19.00 per year lion forthcoming on the retummemlii
$5.00 six months lion to name Reddish husmus
manager. the I hoard adjourned until
trade area: $10.00 per year its work shop set Tuesday 1o''b.lI. ill '
13.30 six months room p.m. m the school hoard meeting U

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i In Graham Zoning' Change BlockedResidents .

of Graham may have to day to the County Commission,which .Graham who resides across the road Ing six acres one-fourth mile north of
continue driving four miles for their has the final say In zoning matters.Smc'e from the proposed store site, submit- Starke on west side of U.S. 301 from
bread and milk opponents are successful the Zoning Board made no ted a petition with signatures of 30 BP (business) to R-3, which would
In their efforts to block a recommendation, the Commission Graham residents stating their opposition permit the construction of seven
change in zoning that would permit can either act on Manning's requestor to the proposed store. BuelAerated apartments.W.C. .
Kenneth F. Manning to is said that Manning had a
as customary, pass the matterback
operate store on his property on the to the zoners with i request for a store before "In an unacceptable"manner Emery, change from R1A
west side of county road 225. recommendation. and it later became a pool 1 (single family residential) to R-3,
hall. Manning blamed his previous
construction of
allowing apartments
County Zoning Board member
store closing on the fact that his
Robert Scott's motion to approveManning' Manning's, petition not only involved and/or condominiums on 446 acres of
rezoning gasoline supplier cut off the supply Lake Geneva Estates
Utlllt died Tuesday 20,000 square feet from property on
lack Open Rural to BH business from his small dealers In 1973. 21 southwest of
night for a second, effectively ( ),but will Highway Keystone
the matter as far as the also necessitate an amendment to the Jim Deuel, another Graham resident Helghts.
boar Is concerned. Manning state county's land use plan. also spoke in opposition to the
his intention to present the Issue Mon- Manning said he originally acquired petition, but Berry Dyal Jr., backed
the property for a proposed the zoning change, saying, "We need
playground for Graham, but since a little store."
that project had fallen through he Three new requests for zoning Land Use Hearing Set
Florida Southern would like to open a "country" store changes were approved for hearingsat Following workshop session on
which he considered would be a service the February 26 meeting. They various elements of the county land
Concert Band to residents of Graham. "They were: use plan, which must be adopted by
have to drive several miles to the July I, the board set 7:30: P.M. on
nearest convenience store to buy a Gerald Meyers,change from Open Tuesday, Feb. 19, as the time for the
W To Perform Feb. 9 quart of milk adding of bread" Rural to MS (manufacturing) for ex- first public hearing on the plan.

The Artist and Her PaintingThe Manning said, with the pansion of ceramics operation on one- Before adoption, the plan ,will be
The Florida Southern College Con- dour of gasoline, this adds abouta half acre five miles north of Starke on reviewed by the county commission,
annual "First Semester Art Show" Is being held al the Bradford High cert Band under the direction of to the cost of any needed U.S. 301. Meyers said he planned the the regional planning council,and the
School library today and Friday. The show will feature 200 different two- James F.SluU,will present"Steppln Item.' construction of a 30x100 foot building. state. Public input Is desired at the a
dimensional art works by BUS art students. Which will be primarily paintingsand Out In Style"next Saturday,Feb.9,at Mark Buel, a new resident of .Irene L. Faulkner, realtor; rezon- February 19 hearing. '

drawings. the First United Methodist Church of
The public Is Invited to attend between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Starke.
The works will. be for sale. ;:y
Reach VerdictIn
both the full Jury to

oJIi t 60-piece Concert .
Hearing Set on Replatting of Knight's Subdivision Band and the ti

smaller swing- TrialA KNOW.
Re fatting of Knight's Subdivisionin which don't comply with the existing ing Dixieland Aggravated Battery I'
NE Starke to make the lots larger city zoning code.Longchamp Band patriotic ry -J11'; ...:l
will be discussed at 5 today is also proposing to religious and
p.m. GelelGss
was called last Wednes- In closing
arguments, attorney.
(Thursday Jan. 31) in a' special provide the cost of utilities being installed classicalnumbers day in the aggravated battery case C.P. Maddox asked Bryan's
will be jury
meeting of the Planning and Zoning and to pave the subdivision prelented'beginning against Robert Steve Bryan, 28, after members to put themselves in
Commission of Starke. streets according to Crosby. the jury could not reach a unanimous Bryan's shoes. a. Yesterday I put a full
Long champ Homes, Inc. has Knight's Subdivision, in the area at 8p.m. verdict.. charge on the battery In I
erected a "nice" home In the subdivision behind the office of attorney George The public
Circuit Judge R.A. "Buzzy" GreenJr. "If you had heard something like my 197S Ford Granada,
and is interested in developingthe Pierce,Is bounded on the north by An- Todd Schmidt Invited declared the mistrial after the this about your girlfriend or drove cross town and
The band will
area, according to City Zoning drews Street, the west by Clark be also jury convened more than two hours boyfriend, what would you do?" he parked) for about two
on tour
Director Al Crosby. Longchamp re- Street, the east by the Seaboard and twice declared it was at an im asked. hour When I tried to
quested the meeting to discuss Coastline Railroad and on the south performing at passe.A start the car the batterywas

enlarging existing 50 foot wide lots by Long Street. Port Crystal St.River Joe, new trial was let for the week of Arguing for a conviction assistant dead again. I hadn't

Monticello and Feb. 18.Bryan. state attorney Tom Elwell asked if left the lights or any other
Leesburg.Former. is charged with the beatingof "something that happened nine years electrical' accessories on.
--- NewsBriefs ... ti 58-year-old Charles Morris, a ago gave him (Bryan) the right to do What's the problem
members of the Florida Times-Union carrier. It Is this to a man 30 years his senior. Even A. This sounds like a dead
Marching Tornado .alleged that Bryan beat Morris by those who have been convicted cell in the battery. The cable

I 301 Gulf Station Band, punching,kicking and stomping him deserve a right to be protected in the and connections obviouslyare
Channel in Starke Todd and Cana about the face, chest and body" on streets of Starke." all right or you would
Robbed Schmidt of Sept. 28, 1979, at a MaJIk Market have the same trouble even
Jacksonville's television station, Starke are where Morris was delivering papel'll.Taking after a charge. Often a :II
Channel 4, paid a visit to Starke Monday the witness stand In his Morris had admitted on the witness freshly charged battery even 2
members of the
f Happy's Gulf Station on the cornerof as part of a series on the town. band. The tour- cana Schmidt defense Bryan said he first learned of stand he had four felony convict) >-nc. with a dead cell can muster
US-301 and SR-100 was robbed Mon- five Morris served a six-year jail term ur enough to crank the
Citizens around town were filmed Ing students will be guests of the Morris or six days prior to the Incident power
day shortly after midnight with an un- a rape conviction. Bradford court engine Immediately after
by WJXT with Investigative reporter when Bryan and his girlfriend,
church for dinner prior to the concert
disclosed amount of money taken. records show Morris also pled guiltyto charging. Test the battery
Glenn Kleiman 18
interviewing people at and will spend the night in homes of Marolyn Bradley came to Starke
Donald Woods, the attendant, told random. Methodist families. ,early one morning fIr some a lesser misdemeanor charge of with a hydrometer. If It la
police a black male came into the sta- groceries."She "exposure of sexual organs at a undercharged and all cells
tion and asked for change for a dollar. Kleiman said the station was doing Director of Florida Slutz Southern joined the music in came back out (of the store) private premise." He spent 10 days In are within.060 points of each
According to police records, the man a series of profiles of small towns. No 1969. In '72 Slutz served as College associate hysterical," Bryan testified, adding jail and was fined $400 in the 1976 other, recharge using slow
then told Woods he would take all the other information was available conductor of a IBS-member student that a man who Bradley later said case. (trickle) charger. If one cell Is
money,which was lying on the desk In about the series at press time. band and choral which toured was Morris, "came out after her." .060 or more points lower
an envelope. The man had a small Europe under the auspices of the Words were exchanged between the than the others, replace the
nickel handgun.The "Youn American MusiciansAbroad' man and Bradley, Bryan said. The In other court action Calvin Martin battery. The cell has shorted
couple then lelt.Bryan Jr.,22,was found guilty on two counts out.
man then left pushing a bicycle program. Since 1974. Slut ? n uMu inP05
Man Arrested said his girlfriend told him Hof grand'theft.\ wasacquitted of ,
down Call Street, according to' has served adjudicator for Interna- .nWhbnnD''
Woods' statement,: Was 'reported'/ ForfTheft'mm .'>> '\.t\\ o w v tional Festivals of Performing Art*""i thd when' ,1'1'" 1,yeans oM Morris M burglary,*' tMarttnMraM t- ., !:i' ..1J/d.6M enulN4ABcumotilie '"
'&en/ h. "1 1 i photographed hei'and others naked in ; : Charles Ct.. was arrested
that a man had been entering1 a' Abroad Florida) World Music"Festival Parts Center
Majik Market on west SR-100; A 29-year-old man was arrested in Orlando Sounds of a bathroom with cameras hidden in Aug. 24 and charged with
however, when police arrived the Wednesday morning by sheriff's America Music Festival in Nashville th ceiling. breaking into Buddy Thompson'sgarage Start
man was gone.Police did confiscate a deputies and charged with grand Tennessee and Atlanta Georgia, anti'the ryan next saw Morris"by pure ac on Old Lawtey Road and takIng -
red bicycle. theft. Bermuda Music Festival. cident" the night of the fight in i tools and a firearm.

Investigating the incident are Michael Leverson, of 810 E. Each summer Slutz currentlyserves Starke, he testified. He said what
police officers L.M. Sibley and W.K. Brownlee St., was charged with taking on the staff of the Indianhead Bradley had told him was "still
McIntyre. a water pump valued over $100 Arts Center, Shell Lake, Wisconsin fresh" in his mind and he went to WELCOME PASTOR
from the Pleasant Grove area,according as assistant director and professor of Morris and said"I told you I was gon I
to sheriff's records. Music Education. He is governor of na talk to you. i
Woman ArrestedFor Leverson was released on his own Province 13 of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Morris testified he did not DAY
recognizance. national music fraternity.Weekend remember Bryan saying anything. "I
Grand TheftA counted my papers got out of the car, SUNDAY February 3.1"0
opened the newspaper rack and that's
44-year-old woman was arrested the last I remember until I got Hampton Baptist
Tuesday by sheriff's deputies and home," Morris said. onSR18Wstof
charged with grand theft. No Rain Predicted in i Forecast Bryan said Morris hit him first In Florida

Lillian Casey, of Starke, was arrested the lip. Then Morris broke and ran Hampton

after J.W. Alvarez filed Bradford County added another 2.51nc rhes of rain to its wet January total with Bryan on his heels. Bryan sail
charges against her Deputy Robert with a day-long downpour Saturday which brought 1,55 Inches to Starke Morris tripped and fell and he fell on The members cordially InvIte all friends end former members to
Green said. He said the incident was a and 2.4 Inches at New River fire towel him. and meet our now
family affair Involving an undetermined "I kicked him. I don't remember com pastors /'
amount of money. r.i. exactly how many times. I kneed him.I Bro. Mark Brown and his familyBro.
Casey was released on a $1,000 property Camp Standing reported 1.38 Inches punched him until my hand hurt. My Brown 'Is a former associate pastor of Hampton Baptist Church
Strawberries in situ ation due
are a "holding" to rain and cold. Growers
bond. motive was to catch him to stomp and of Christian' Academy.
Supervisor Hampton
are"scrapping" few but volume jduction is still
a pr weeks in the offing, him, because I didn't know what he
depending on the weather.
was after," Bryan said, noting he Come and help us welcome Bro. Brown bade. Service begin at
thought the man might be going for a
The fourday'forecast for Bradford(bounty is for more rain and cloudy 10:00 A.M. Sunday morning and 6:30 P.M. Sunday night.
The ihort- ared owl hunts conditions for the weekend. There Is a 60% chance of rain Thursday with gun."I feel justified having done It,"
on cloudy days Instead of at a low expected of 45*.It will be cooler than normal for the weekend with Bryan said.
night only like most owls. cold front moving in.





Announcing a public meeting, to which all persons are: '.

invited, to be held THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, '1980'',, at

Fleetwood Mobile Homes 9:30A.M. in the COMMISSIONERS ROOM, of the '1. .



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Purpose of the meeting is to execute agreements 't

sa, II with lenders and to set the allotments for individual .

CROWN PO I NT r 'L lending. institutions. :-, ,

A COP of! the agenda may be obtained by writing tot. ','-" ,.... :, ;

Several With Fire Places ,Dudley P. Hardy, P. O. Box 1030, Starke, Fla. 32091l :;; "

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Savings On All Units .,. '; ,; .. .' : j'
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NEW IISED'' I REPOS f/t.f I!.. .;'." "' '. !
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JOHN BROWN'S, r ., A Chairman ; :+. 't, : !

MOBILE HOME CENTER i Housing Finance. Authority _, !

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Those who are not already registered and ing so Mr. Kennedy demonstrated his will-
to sacrifice a united front in the international
who wish to vote in the presidential preference ingness
primary on larch 11 have only nine days left crisis on the altar of his political am- M

to qualify with the Supervisor of Elections.The bitions. It is bad enough for the Republican
deadline is 5 p.m. Saturday. Feb. 9. candidates to attempt to cut the President
down in this time when America needs to be
If you are not already qualified there are more united in foreign policy than ever before
several good reasons why you should do so but to have such attacks made on the Presi-
before the deadline. Not only will you get to ex- dent by a member of his own party seems little

press your choice between President Carter short of treason. If Kennedy expects such attacks Y irf N
and Senator Kennedy.there will be an opppor- to gain him votes in New Hampshire or
tunity to vote on two amendments to the State anywhere else he will add just one more
Constitution and for several members of the mistake to the long series be has made since 0&J

County Democratic Executive Committee in announcing: his candidacy.
precincts where the incumbent has opposition.In .
Senator Kennedy is now viewed among expert
addition to these political matters. Bradford political observers as "hanging on the
County voters on March 11 will also express ropes .. He has admitted that he must win in Reminders of a Post

an opinion for or against a proposed New Hampshire in order to stay in the race
gasoline tax of one cent per gallon to be ear- but in view of money troubles in his free- Note Gone Forever

marked for use in the county for road spending campaign, and the shadow of Chap-
maintenance and new road construction. that haunts him constantly and
paquiddick The gaunt visage of early Bradford v
Although the main interest on March 11 will refuses to go away there is growing doubt that County architecture IS well

be in the presidential preference primary and be can win. even in New Hampshire. illustrated in look the of loan these hard.weatberbeaten two.

the proposed gasoline tax, there are enough The issues to be faced on March 11 are in- photographs.It .
issues involved to create a desire I on the part of teresting and well worth the effort of all eligi-
those who are not already registered to do so ble citizens to register and turn out at the is hard to imagine the hardships
before February 9 in order to qualify to ex- polls. The issues are: of summer and winter' living
the March 11. in the one-tune typical country -
themselves at polls on :
press 1. Who had you rather be President for the home shown above The now
In last year's Democratic caucuses in the next four years Jimmy Carter or Edward abandoned log-and-clapboard
building with its detached kitchen -
voters indicated a strong preferencefor
county ?
Kennedy ,connected to the house by a
President Carter over Senator Kennedyand breezeway that have ,been
it is believed that the pro-Carter feeling Is 2. Are you willing to pay an additional one cool in summer but may would offer a
even stronger now than it was then. As in- cent tax on gasoline in order to have better bone-chilling walk for a
dicated by political polls sentiment which roads to>> travel on in the county? housewife preparing a meal inwintertimes r, Ron

seemed to favor Senator Kennedy at that time. 3. Who would you like to represent you on the supported by rough unevenly hewn! -
has now reversed itself and is running in favorof Democratic Executive Committee? blocks of "lightered'wood.. and
Mr. Carter. the brick chimney is braced by
4. A chance to register your opinion on two country homes 75 years ago. dreamed of.
scantlings to keep it from -
but has the of In of their harsh and forbidding
Indeed in view of the two-to-one Carter vic- amendments to the State Constitution: one to ing. gone way many spite
other features used to look. these structureswere
tory in the Iowa caucuses, and polls which now provide a homestead exemption of $25.000 "make do" in the days when all "home"ton generation thatIs
indicate that Kennedy might lose in the upcoming from certain ad valorem school milage levies; The stKk-and-clay chimney in the modern conveniences taken all but forgotten in today's
Maine caucuses and New Hampshire and another to modify the jurisdiction of the lower photo was a common sight for' granted today were" not even luxury-loving culture.

primaries, there has been speculation that the State Supreme Court.
senator might even withdraw" from the race.
Surely these matters are of enough importance
This was vigorously denied by Kennedy to warrant every unregistered eligible Raiford Community Shows Support 1,1,
Monday in a desperate attempt to pump new citizen to put forth the effort to register on or
life into his sagging campaign by blaming before February 9 and then go to the polls and
President Carter for the Iranian crisis. In do vote on March 11.
For Sheltered
,. ., -f Workshop TrainingIn

a show of community support Simla nd and place them in foster ment of Boys Ranch at Live Oak.and
some 300 persons. including many homes in the community": at a savings commended the drive to establish a
political and civic leaden packed the in lax dollars. But the objectiveis sheltered workshop at Raiford.
Won Go Raiford Community Center Saturday not only to provide homes for the
The Dog Problem Away night to eat barbecued and fried clients, but also to provide support In order to be eligible for a grant to
chicken and rally around an effort to and training services. Dr. Gnmm build an adequate sheltered workshopand
l obtain a sheltered workshop as a base said. establish a training program a
for vocational training of more than community must have an ongoing
SO clients presently enrolled in a Sen. Pete Skinner of Lake City, program already set up. and steps in
developmental disabilities programin pledged his support of the objective to this direction were' taken this week
the Bradford-Union County area. expand the services now being receiv. with' the forwarding of incorporation 'I
With the County Commission recently turn- were to put an end to it for her, someone else ed to provide "the best possible environment papers to>Tallahassee for the formation
ing its back on the problem the dog situationin would report the shooting and call the sheriff Dr. Richard Grimm. HRS DistrictIII as well as job skills" for of a non-profit corporation.
Bradford County appears to be a long way and then there would be more trouble."I administrator". described the the program's clients. At present "Concerned Citizens of Developmental -
gathering as the most welcome there dozen Disabilities",
are a or more foster to get the program
from any solution. But still the problem re- sight I've ever seen. Your local off the
support homes in Bradford and Union Coun- ground.:
who has intends to
mains and will be with until concerted beg anyone ever. or here .'
us some shows that e can do ties providing services for 80 to 90
effort is made to solve it. put an animal out somewhere not to place something about the problems we clients. Mayor Griff has offered the use of
their misery on someone else. They should be have." three buildings for this purpose for
The plight of animals that are heartlessly responsible enough to either take them to the Raiford Mayor J D. Griffis introduced the period of six months by which
dumped on the roadside by their owners is on- pound or take them out of their misery Dr. Grimm described the Ed former Baker County sheriff time it is hoped a grant can be obtained
developmental 1 disability as Yarbrougli who described his
ear for the
ly one phase of the problem but an important themselves because if they are not in misery an effort to "take people out of ly efforts in behalf of the establish construction purchase of of a site and the
a new building.
one. The story, which is repeated almost daily then they soon will be. I wish they could see
here and eLsewhere. is told in a letter to the them starving and begging for help. Gilhooly and Olin
editor appearing recently in a nearby county
newspaper. The writer said: "As big as we are there should be a Are Precinct Three FORESTRYIN
Humane Society to handle such matters. Fees
"Since moving out to 90 West I have been ap- have gone sky high to have an animal fixed Committee MembersAn t BRADFORD COUNTY
Mark Fries
proached by more stray dogs than I can count. against pregnancy so no one bothers any by
They were abandoned to whatever fate could more. They can't afford it. These unfortunate week's
provide for them. Many were half starved and animals had a terrible thing against them placed error two in incumbent last members Telegraph of i

cold, and wandering from house to house look from the beginning due to this expense they the Bradford County Democratic Executive ST.fX.iTltINDEX.: ...
ing for someone to say a kind word and take were born. I realize this is a lengthy letter butI Committee and their opponents \kll.1T.tNDMIT"You'll

them in."Two. don't know how else to express my sorrow in the wrong precinct.

days ago a rust-colored female dog and sadness." Vernon F.Olin. incumbent: conunitleeman : have to have your fire out Smoke naturally rises in the air: :
who was put out on the highway was hit by a and Muriel Gunooly. incumbent an hour before sunset: the dISpat- however. great quantities of smoke'are :
* com llttomaA. are residents cher dispersed better if the air itself is;
and her back broken. She wanders says.How
car leg now and qualified candidates from moving upward and sideways sot
around and sometimes crawls, looking for What is true in this nearby county is equally Precinct :3. not Precinct: 1 as stated in come': you ask. these measures are included in the]
food and water to survive. true in Bradford and until we come to grips our issue of January 24. Likewise stagnation index. <.
with the problem perhaps with a dog control their opponents. Larry LaFollette and "Because the stagnation index is 10
Also rainfall washes smoke and
"To do something about her is useless. The program consolidating city and county and Gwendolyn qualified LaFollette from Precinct:are: residents 3 instead for tonight soot particles from the air.Therefore.;

pound won't pick her up and help because we forces it will remain a haunting and of Precinct: 1.as stated through error. "What does that mean*" you ask. precipitation is figured into the index,*
are a mile outside the city limits. And no one dangerous problem. And no amount of turningour since air quality is the whole point bet,
has the heart to put her out of her misery since backs or closing our eyes will make the The Democratic committee candidates Thai's a good question and not ing considered.

she is not hurt too bad. But even so, if someone problem go away. in the will March be voted H on presidential by precincts answer many people This should ever get help.a satisfying Least obvious is the importance of'

preference primary. relative humidity.Any form of water
When burning regulations were -a cloud layer. or water vapor in they
first enacted..some authorities would air retains groundlevelheat that-,
Letters- have preferred to ban nighttime burn- otherwise would be radiated off into;
ing altogether This would prevent the space and lost. In turn the heat
health and safety hazards that occur breaks up an earth-hugging land
smoke trapping) layer of cold night
when an atmospheric "inversion"
received of
(The Telegraph a copy
that begins to form after
air soon
wrr traps smoke In blanket across
the following letter' for publication: J "
sc woods fields highways and sunset. :

A 19th century etiquette book ..,iMI. The perfect hostess will see to it that the LWCI Vocational: Instructor II buildings. But not every night bringsa Most smoke problems occur: old s*
works. of male and female authors be property separated on her book shelve Their 4 stagnant inv'enicn'yer: on some nights when the relative humidity Is:
proximity, unless the author happen. to be marred should not be tolerated." Dear Sir: nights smoke will clear away well below' 60%.no rainfall is forecast and
On behalf of the faculty and enough to permit nighttime burning.For .
the bottom layer of air is
-- students of Lawtey Elementary example the best nighttime burning Under these conditions since smoke
j School I wish to thank you and the weather Is just after a cold: front can rise only with difficulty theehorizontal
: men at LWCI for the job you did for
SgADFOfep eta passes. 1 wind must average around!
the school last week. The waDs that
17 m .h. for smoke to disperse. ;
SINCE Is" were installed will greatly enhance The Division of Forestry simply
QJi: pl1- ; the instructional program. It has cut needed a system for predicting smoke When the stagnation index
.eiwra i the none level immensely in these dispersal and the tOol. developed by I nighttime burning is allowed Isai:
to classrooms. our weather specialists. is the viding other conditions are
G As I nave stated many times in the 'stagnation index",
table. An index of -U forbids nigh 1
SOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN M. MILLER .: past the services and help that LWCIprovides time burning. And in between are)
014 is a big asset to the school The stagnation index is on a scale conditions. when
PvMislierse and the cornmlm\ We are gratefulfor from 0 to IS; the lower the index the burning marginal MAY be allowed If nighttime it is away;
,........each Tb...." ....e.ae.d as sensed Him.saw r..0fII0e.....<*......wader Ort.l.U...IS7T the support and want you to knowit. better the smoke will disperse. It is from highway and
... I am enclosing certificates of appreciation based on four weather measurements buildings. occupied
swrwtyriea new in erode er.a It Per Y.w,II Its...... '. for the aces.Oisrks horizontal windspeed near ground J
Oue.W. ....VMI IW rw Tear|eXS Sb awkrrkr..es4ATaa' level relative humidity, upward air To find out the stagnation Index onj;
lark..Nook. H. HaH Principal movement to a height of about two any given day. call the Starke Tower.
Lawtey Elementary School miles and precipiUUan. U96VS43S.
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Hospital Auxiliary I -

Planning Gift Shop TrIJ 5
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Sale Feb. 7.9 Une UtlAJg {

Bradford dounty Hospital 1 Auxiliary
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has made plans to sell out all the un- o'dodtfoy OT11/ r' .
moveable gift items In the Hospitality : ,
Shop on the weekend of Thursday to Sod.l : ewJ
rte ,
Saturday, Feb. 7-9. from 11 a.m. to 5 (! y .
p.m. The sale will be on the hospital 964-7608 ,
terrace, weather permitting, other :
wise in the lobby.President .1
Doris Overstreet presided -

5 held over Monday the general evening dinner-meeting at the Western -/ Stacie Hughes and Bill Moody To Wed Feb. 22 I IMr.

""' Steer Steak House.It .
was announced the new "" '
Mr. and Mrt.George K.uf mann for the rooms in the old (front drapes) wing and Mrs. Buster Hughes of Ali
have been hung and give a cheerful .... Hampton announce the engagementand
Mr. and Mrs. Kaufmann approaching marriage of their
George atmosphere to the rooms. Also new to William
Stacie Dianne,
furniture has daughter
replaced the old in the
(Bill) Paul Moody, son of Mr. and i
lobby. All being Auxiliary
Celebrate 40th projects. C. Moody of Lawtey.
AnniversaryMr. The waiting room in the lobby Is a Mrs. Estel
take Friday
convenience for the visiting public The wedding place
and the asks Feb. 22. at 7:30: p.m. at Calvary Bap-
and Mrs. Kaufmann of in Auxiliary everyone to with
George 1940 Chicago.The take pride in it. tist Church in Starke a reception {
Keystone Heights celebrated their couple moved to Starke in 1950 following In the church FellowshipHall. 11
40th wedding anniversary Saturday where Mr. Kaufmann was associated Becky Basford, Hospitality Shop "'
night at the Lamplighter Mobile with the Bradford County Telegraphuntil chairman, stated she had purchased All friends and relatives are invitedto
Home Park club house in Gainesville. 1963 when they moved to $500 worth of new gifts and ac- e attend.
The party was given by their four Keystone Heights.At cessories for the shop Including .
children Mrs. Carolyn Kaufmann another table was a decoupage Valentine and '....
gifts, plants flowers. .T .. -
Jackson of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. picture of the couple's wedding an- Mrs. Basford was also appointed to \ .,.-- ," ,
Philip Clark (Lois) of Keystone nouncement and scrap book of their Investigate the purchase of a new ". U.D.C.ToMEET. '. .
Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kauf- memoirs of the family over the past. refrigerator for the shop. 014A! \ J. a

mann of Venice. Fla., and Mr. and 40 years.At Mrs. Michelle Smith has W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, will Stacie Hughes
Mrs. Bradley Coule (Janet) of Miami. the party Mr. and Mrs. Kauf- volunteered as sponsor and leader for meet Wednesday. Feb. 6, at 3 p.m. at Bill MoodyIT'S
The club house was attractively mann's attires complimented bya the Candy Stripers. Cindy IVlonllord the home of Mrs. George Roberts,Sr.,
decorated for the occasion with green corsage and boutonnier given to New members accepted into the with Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. J.H.
and yellow streamers. The cake table them by a couple from Keystone who Auxiliary are: Muriel Gilhooly. San- Cindy Montford Vying Fields and Mrs. Emma Tanner as co- CC GtG
covered with lace cloth unable to attend.
was an ecru were dra O'Briant-Johnson, Juanita Harris hostesses.
formerly used by Mrs. Kaufmann's Among the 54 guests attending from Kay McKinley, Lucile Green, for "Miss Southern Title
late parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Pekieat Gainesville Starke and Keystone Michelle Smith, and Ruth E. Meng. 1 _-.
their 40th wedding anniversary in those from out-of-town were Mrs. Sandra O'Briant-Johnson -- -
a new
A Chicago, 111. Under the cloth was a Chester Wood and daughters, Cheryl member and also anesthetist at the Cindy Montford, daughter of Mr.
... green liner. Centering the table was a and Mona Kay of Green Cove Springs, hospital, stated the new Stryker stret- and Mrs. Henry Montford of Starke, a AHARD
large sheet cake decorated with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Haselby of cher the has senior majoring In business at
purchased by Auxiliary,
yellow roses green leaves and inscribed Venice, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Graff been into and needed Florida Southern College, is one of 15
put use greatly
with the figure"40th". On this and daughter of Orlando and Michael and Florida Southern College coed vying
appreciated.Dave for the title of"Miss Southern" at the LIFE !
table crystal appointments were us- Redlin of Chicago, III. Libby Hospital Ad-
liberal arts school. The winner will be
Assisting in serving and caring for
ed.The ministrator, is conducting an orientation
refreshment table covered the chosen by a secret vote of the student
was guests was a niece of the couple, tour for members
with a yellow and green anniversarycloth Mrs. Carol Donahoo of Keystone Jan. 31. new today, body and will be crowned during WITH HARD WATER
and centered by a mixed floral Heights. special coronation ceremonies at 8
arrangement presented to the coupleby p.m. on Feb. 14 as part of the college's IRON AND RUST.Starke .
close friends from Chicago who annual Founders' Week observance.
I were unable to attend. Little Women Plan Cultural Trips And DanceThe Water Conditioning Co. Is Making It Easier

The guest book table held a framed BHS ?970 Alumni to wash clothes, dishes. Keeps hands loft too.
i picture of Mr. and Mrs. Kaufmann t J
taken on their wedding day, Jan. 20, Little Women's Club has raised Improvement trips'within the Jack- Soften up your water -
$500 to be sent to the Danny ThomasSt. sonville-Gainesville area. 'Planning ReunionThe
Jude Children's Hospital for treat The members will broaden their and your living

J Alicia HomrichSpeakeratDKG ment and care of indigent children. knowledge in areas of ballet opera, 1970 alumni of Bradford High
The high school age young women symphony orchestra staged drama School is making plans for their loth Let Us Test Your Water
held several road blocks during the as well as the more contemporaryand class reunion.All n
fall and winter and a disco dance to popular varieties of the arts, by year Interested asked to meet at
raise these funds for this very wor- attending concerts and performanceswithin the First United are Methodist Church U ...At No Obligation To You

; Alpha Nu Meeting thwhile Club philantrioplc project. the area. Fellowship Hall on Sunday, Feb. 10,
The club will sponsor a Valentine Also they will have a formal even- at 2
I dance for the young people of the area ing dinner at one of the elegant dining If p.m.interested but unable to attend,
Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Friday night, Feb. 15,at the Woman's rooms in Jacksonville. please contact Cindy. Strickland StaeJke "Water Conditioning e'o-
,, Gamma met at the Lake Butler Club from 9 to 1 a.m. Admission will Their next meeting will be Tuesday Rowell, after 5 at Kingsley Lake,
Elementary School Tuesday, Jan. 18. be $2:I each. night, Feb. 5, at 7:30: p.m. at the homeof 533-2664; Joyce p.m.Allen Johns, day or Locally Owned & OperatedNow
Delicious refreshments were serv- Future plans of the young women their sponsor, Mrs. Jess J. Wolbertin night, 964-8070 or Nancy Struth,
ed by the Lake Butler members at the include a four day trip to Daytona Country Club Estates.All Hampton, 468-1582 after 6 available for Installation.
beginning of the meeting.A Beach, June 6-9. Also the group is members are urged to attend to Those in charge ask p.m.that class SALES a SERVICE .. COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
very informative program was planning several cultural and social'yltag6lPr'ofecttonForWomenProgTh finalize plans for the spring and sum' members help to make the class reu- I
presented by Extension Home. mer. nion a success. 964-8851 Eliminate Your Bathroom Rust Problems 964-5294
Economist Ms. Alicia Homrich. Ms.
Homrich serves. both.Bradford and -- -- ---- -
\ ; iT1.Held ,
1 Union comftiA iaBd is part oi the \
Cooperative Extension Service. CONSOLIDATED REPORT OP CONDITION,
Outlined for the members were the at ADK Meeting (Including Domestic Subsidiaries)
t I", seven services provided through Ms.
,I. Homrich's office. They include 1 LEOAL Trn.a, 0. lANK
Clothing textiles, Food-nutrition, 3 A program on legal protection for Gainesville. Ms. Bieber was formerly
Energy Conservation, 4 legal counsel for the Florida House of
women was heard at the Alpha Gamma Florida BAnk at Starke
,. Human/personal development S Representative committee on
chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa CITY COUNTY STATE
n} Housing and home environment, 6 meeting held January 14 at the Regulatory Reform. Ms. Sherman 72091
i. Human health and safety 7 Conj Episcopal Parish House. was on the State Human Rights Com- I
Starka Bradford Florida
j sumer education and resource President Sandra Duncan presidedat mission. Following the informative
management. the meeting and the devotion was presentation, a question and answer
Ms. Homrich also discussed given by Janet Neighbors. session followed. 4-f 4 123179ASSETS
i- "Values Clarification". Very interesting The program was presented by San Prior to the program, the hostesses
and enjoyable activities dra Bieber and Mary Anne Sherman, Ernestine Register, Janet Neighborsand Mil. Tn"" .

.' were carried out by the members present who have opened a law firm at the Eugenia Whitehead served ,. Cash and due from depository' Institutions . . . 4 1
i to reinforce certain emphasis Main Street Legal Center in refreshments.Don't 2. U.S. Treasury securities . . . . 2
ir concerning values clarification. 3. Obligations 01 other US. Government agencies and corporations . . 3
.. Obligations 01 States and political' subdivisions In the United States . . 2 984 4S.

All other securities . . . 282 SS
Around On Your Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements 10 resell 8T.
Monkey a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned Income) . 7s
b. Less: allowance for possible loan losses . . 7b
C. Loans, Net . . . 15 250 7cS.
Camera Ready 'awl, Lease financing receivables . . . a
t. Bank premises. furniture and fixtures. and other assets representing bank premises 30 9
'0. Reel' "late owned other than bank premises . . . 20 t0
i 11. All other assets 11
Printing. U. TOTAL ASSETS 'sum 01. items 1 thru 11)) 25 841 12

U. Demand deposits 01 Individuals, partnerships and corporations. . 6 347 13
We Will Print Your 1. Time and "wings deposits 01 Individuals. partnerships, and corporations) 12 6 14

OrI' a 15. Deposits 01 United States Government ". . 15.,.
Typewritten 18. Deposits States and political' subdivisions In the United States . . 18

17, All other deposits . . t7
Previously Printed ,,. Certified and officers' checks . . . . 18
{ 'l" !t. Total Deposits (sum 01 items 13 thru 18)) . . . 19
f Copy While You L Total demand deposits . . ,4 19/1/
w... 559 19b
b. Total' time and savings deposits . .
'...: Wait 20. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase none 20
21. 'nt.r..I.H.rlng demand notes (note balances) issued to the U.S. Treasury and
1t other liabilities for borrowed money, 21 ,:
(I' 1,000 Copies 8Vz x11 22. Mortgage Indebtedness and liability for capitalized (easel. . 22 f

0 23. All . . . 23 ,
tJ. 24. .TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) (sum 01 Items 19 thru 23)) 23 641 24 I2S.
Subordinated notes and debentures none 25 ;

And We Will Print 2e.EQUITY Preferred CAPITAL stock . a No. shares outstanding (par value) none 2a ,i i

8111>I 27. Common Stock . a. No. shares authorized I I : .
b. No. shares outstanding 2 0 (par value) 27 I,

50 Copies 5.10 2e. Surplus . . . 0 2S 5:
100 Copies 5.70 It Cheaper Than 29. Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves . 396 29 ,
30. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum 01 Items 28 thru 29)) . 2 1 30
200. Copies 6.85 31. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL sum 01 Itm.2. 25 and 30 25 S4 31'

300 Copies 8.05 You Can On I MEMORANDA Memo
1. Amounts outstanding as 01 report date
400 Copies 9.15 L Standby 'letters of crld'l' total' . 1aIt.
Time certificates 01 deposit In denominations of 1100.000 or more '. . lba
500 Copies 10.25 time deposits In amounts 01 1100.000 or more . to
8114 Copy Machine 2. Average lot 30 calendar drys (or calendar month) ending with report date .
a. Total deposits (corresponds to item 19 above) . 2a1IOIt
50 Copies 5.15 : tIIIe rsan acct Se rsii.e.,.. edh.nnd alrxwe area eneded ti wt hen then e-ie..-... ether Mee. till .Moat(" 09-11 IN NOW

100 Copies 5.85 Vale, tile-...-WN0 S,do h.nbr assn 541 "hen "assn- of CendNier." ("MCI"Wee. ells woeemne ech.d 1ft) It her 'ID 1M tint of my Mo.Iedsx she. aunt


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300 Copies 8.40 Batt AND mu ,as Off At11N0MnD TO 818. REPORT Wo. it.e undersigned. """'0", Street the correctnaae Dt this, AIf ofCondniee
400 Copies .. 9.95 On Our Back Ilneludl", the supper-Inc' aehedulss. and declare that' It .has
been examined. by us and 10 ttre best 01 out knowledge. and "lleI h. been :
500 Copies 10.90 *Atli S. Jobnw, Vice President i Cuhi...' prepared 1ft eenformence with the Iotructlons' and Ie' true and correct.13111E .
Produce s. "1"/-1.. ... :.. .. .

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I Sophomore Class Valentine DanceThe Strawberry PageantSet !bi'Jtu/

March 29
Sophomore Class of Bradford buring the evening students will be
of the MethodistWomen'
High School is planning to sponsor a given a chance to vote for and elect a The 17th Annual Strawberry Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran were Mrs. Ella Clark of Folkston and Mrs. Ten members. School class had
Valentine Dance Saturday night,Feb. valentine King and Queen from the Pageant sponsored by the Starke vacationing at Vero Beach last week. Gertrude Davis of Parkham Miss. last Sunday Thursday night at the
9, at the National Guard Armory on Sophomore Class. The girl and boy Junior Woman's Club Bradford is set Satur- were Monday visitors of Mr, and Mrs. dinner Restaurant on US-
Edwards day. March 29 at the High Mr.and Mrs.J.R.Weldon and family Garl Mathews.Mr. Chinese Garden
Loop Road from 9 p.m. to 1 winning the election will be crownedat School auditorium.Girls S01N celebrating the birthdays of Iva
a.m. Admission will be$2 each. 11:30: p.m. and will lead In the were Saturday overnight guests of .
Disco rock and slow-dance music Valentine Sweetheart Honor Dance. must be 16 to 21 years o will be provided by Grover Howard, All students and young people are Bradford County resident or attending Comb and also visited Mrs. and granddaughter Tinunie Lee of Richard
with featured Disco and Strobe Invited to attend. Bradford County School systemfor Weldon on Sunday afternoon. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. McConnell Smith Mrs.attended Welty and
more than one Mrs. A.J.Eaves a workshopfor
Hunting. Sr. in Olustee on Sunday.
Applications may be picked up at WIClaara_ Friends of the Library at Green
Mitchell's Drug Store. Sara Continues Mrs. Margie Jones underwent Cove Springs on Wednesday with dinner -
I Mrs. Charles Liberia Shower HonoreeMrs. More Information or questions atlU.aMMBptngCantar surgery Tuesday in Bradford County at the Woman's Club.
about this pageant will be answeredby Bradford square Hospital. .
calling 904-7753 964-5427 9644210 9641061 Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Brunswick
Charles Liberto of Jackson. shower arrangement. The sheet cake or Winter Clearance was Sunday to Wednesday visitor of
ville, the former director of St. was decorated with yellow and green 9646331.'f Sale, Continue Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams and Mr.
Mark's Day School, was honored at a baby booties rattles and baby ac- Mr. and Mrs. Ottls Marvin of of LNI.'s and Mrs. S.G. Denmark.Mrs. .
stork shower Saturday afternoon cessories.Miss Myers presided at the Ruskin were Sunday and Monday Bradford.......Shopping Center
Jan. 19, given by Miss Laurie Myers cut glass punch bowl. MEETINGThe visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy demons M-SOS1 .A.J. Eaves and other GatewayGirl
and Mrs. Charles Agin at the home of and Mr. and Mrs. Walton Clemens. Scout neighborhood chairmen at-
the latter at Kingsley Lake. Three games with prizes and executive board of the Junior Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Smith and tended the EpworthbytheSearetreat
The refreshment table was covered refreshments were enjoyed by the 20 Woman's Club will meet Monday Mrs. George Copeland gave a lun- daughters Cindy and Sue of Lawtey at St. Simon's Island on Fri
with an Army-Navy cloth and guests during the party hours 2:30 night Feb. 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the cheon Tuesday to celebrate the bir- were Sunday evening dinner guests of day and Saturday. Mrs. Eaves also
centered with a Hallmark stork and 5 p.m. Western Steer Steak House. thdays of her mother Mrs. Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Olin White. visited Mrs. Eugene Williams In
The regular February meeting will Brooks of Williston and Margie Brunswick.
I CulversonHigginbotham/ To Wed Feb. 2 be held Monday. Feb. 11, at 7:30 p.m. Thomson Charlotte DeSantlago, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen of
at the Woman's Club.DUPLICATE. Fran Cassem and Lucille Stleh of Gainesville were last Friday visitorsof Winter Clearance
Starke. Also attending were her Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Sal.Continue
Miss Bonnie Culverson, daughter of Evergreen Baptist Church In Lawtey sister Mrs. Richard McEvoy of ot Leila'
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Culverson of with a reception following in the Jacksonville Beverly Blackshear of Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson visited Bradford Square Shopping Center
Starke,and Hal Higginbotham son of church recreation hall. BRIDGE Kingsley Lake, Malee Sarnt, Evelyn Mr. and Mrs. Don Jerkins in Maxville '....5051
I Mr. and Mrs.Harold Higginbotham of CLUB RESULTS Griffin and Evelyn Womack of on Saturday and they all had dinner In
Lawtey will be united in marriage All friends and relatives are Invitedto Cecelia Terwillegar and Ida Shaw Starke. Jacksonville that night.
Saturday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m. In the attend. I were the winning couple at Duplicate Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Loudon of Tampa
Bridge Tuesday night played at the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner of Mrs. Smith DeVoe attended the were Friday to Tuesday of last
Holiday Inn starting at 7:30: p.m. Largo were weekend visitors of their Motor Home Rally in Orlando on week guests of Mr. and{ Mrs. A.G.
I Pamela Mizell, John Poppell To Wed March 1 Dolly Kunig and Lucile Green were cousin Mrs. Hazel Paulk. Thursday to Sunday.WinterClearence. Loudon.Mr. .
second; Claudia Clark and Kate Herndon -
of Lake City were third; Rhea Winter CloarancalalaCantinuo and Mrs. B.J. Eggers have hadas
Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Mlzell of Episcopal Church of Melrose. A Johnson and Lora Francis were visitors Mr. and Mrs. David Byersof
Keystone Heights proudly annnounce reception will immediately follow the fourth. of Lalla' Sale Continuesof Jacksonville on Saturday and Mr
the engagement and forthcoming wedding ceremony in the church Eva Mathewson of Melrose director Bradford Square Shopping. Center Llle'Bradford and Mrs. Robson Duffy of Jackson
marriage of their daughter, Pamela parish hall. invites the public to attend. 964051 Square Shopping Center ville on Sunday.
Ann to John Christopher Poppell,son Pam has attended Santa Fe Com- M4-MSI
of Rev. and Mrs. William W. Poppellof munity College in Gainesville.
Green Cove Springs.The Chris is presently the of
wedding has been set for Satur the bakery at Miller's Supermarket in CLIP THESE COUPONS AND SAVE!
day, March 1 at 8 p.m. in the Trinity Keystone Heights.

H BUARC Planning Flea Market 1IDIJI&1

BUARC (Bradford-Union Associa-- Proceeds from the sale will go to (
tion for Retarded Citizens) is asking Sunshine Acres Workshop and HIP -_. J Del Monte I I GREEN I
for donations of items from the public Home Intervention Program). as
.for a Flea Market Sale Saturday and Items may be delivered to Sunshine Ddinontt ;> I DRINKS I 1 GIANT I
Sunday February 16 and 17. and Acres on Raiford Rd. (CR16) or call G/ fItII
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March 1 and 2, from 9 till 5. and Sunday 9M-7S99 or Bessie 964-8699 or Iris at r ... p.NsapPLs/o"aPI""UIT, I PEAS 1.rrrxewrrr

after church till 9 p.m.BIRTHS. 473-3496. SAVE -,rl' Sweet I .P'NUPpLI/OIIANOS PINK PINsap'LI OR46oz I I' Was CAN 1

2)rJ y.J-w K Peas 1 CAN I I"
67 I 1 30 I 1 19c mJ

Mrs. Myrtice Stiegler of LighthousePoint I."n-JA.430 .1 I ..,. J.*.,440 .
rues ,Ir n rue. .w1 n1 I n rw1 ewe MM IAN tl (rue)Ml HI I IttlB
Fla. is visiting her sister, Mrs. COUPONS inwa"
Oler of Fort uwit iMHcauitMAtfM'M' men mt '
and Mrs. Crosby
Myrwin Long this week. Mrs. Long woven f*00 l I 1"I J
the birth of I_ __ _
Myers announce a was a patient in Bradford County Ill THIS AD nsE
daughter born Jan. 28. The baby joins
Hospital the past week with a broken
sister Melissa age l'\2. wrist received in a fall. Mrs. Long I
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. also had as Sunday visitors her son. r B.'sf BUfI" :
of Starke and Mr.
George Huggins Tom Long of Atlanta and Mr. and ,, .. a ., a
of Gainesville. -
and Mrs. PictJu.-cl
Lacy Crosby Mrs. Bill Long of Gainesville.Mrs. in

BAKING Nw re w r.a am
CORRECTIONThe James Blackshear spent the ICEBERGLETTUCE All Purpose Yellow Onions 12"
Kirkland birth announcement weekend with the W.H. Jones family
turned into the Telegraph last week in Augustine and attended the POTATOES iTsl'rio. 1 Chef Potatoes .g"
was In error the announcement funeral of Mrs. Jones on Saturday. Sol It.....MOIMI
should have read: emu 144
Crisp Fresh Radishes me

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Kirkland of Winter Sole Continue Clearance r f' ggOt/nE ',;yt .J TtI .4 ,' ; puN4t. '..., .*t,IMtMf HOttl 494 '
s .
Starke announce the birth of twin of Leila's 11 .w. Y jreshjSJaw/ or Saladjinjit, j na I
boys Ryan James and Bryan Raymond Bradford Square Shopping Center 'sweet 4usSIoo 1I
born Jan. 10 in Alachua .*...5051 oo, Potatoes
General Hospital. The twins join I MRFVL Sri, MC nor MCMMI IACas90 i
sister, Christy, three years old. Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. W.H. LB BAG 'ill HEADS Sweet Juicy Pineapples
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomson attended the American LB UMCJM
A.W. Kirkland of Starke and Cancer Society planning meeting in Planter's Mix Nuts S1s9|
Marguerite Norvell of Keokuk Iowa Orlando on Saturday.Mk. SAVE 30C SAVE SOC SAVE 204 ItwHI $ '
and James Calvin Spurgeon of Canton Champion Raisins |jig
Mo. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin spent
We apologize. the weekend in Miami. E, ..Ydw ALL: E'"Pry, t/ti pce' FRESH 4!
TEMPLE Evln tfPriC" vtryt v cef FRESH







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January 31,1980 TELEGRAPH Page IAV

Tim Murphey Spins First PlatterThe I

: former 11-letter athlete at Murphey said he likes the response
Bradford High School Tim Murphey. his music Is getting In Gainesville.
Is a man of many talents. "They're playing it on WGVL and at
t He has been a college football least it's attracting attention."

lip b player, a linguist with a bachelors In addition to the record business,
'M ,. and masters degree in modern Murphey's been staying busy with his
1 .r language a teacher who has spent songwriting and performing around
several summers In Europe teaching Gainesville. Upcoming dates are at
English,an instructor at the University the Olde College Inn Jan. 25.26, and
of Florida English Language Institute the Pizza and Brew, Feb. 5-9. In
1 t D a r 0 r ) t ,zMN a musician and songwriter February, Murphey will be busy witha
4 and now a recording artist. possible overseas recording con
Murphey's first album Poets Need tract.
i r .I .r s' It9 the Rain, Is a "do-it-yourself" album
with Murphey making the contacts
and paying the bills.
Shrine Club Installs
The album is entirely Murphey'sdolngfrom

'r the point of conception to New OfficersOn
r : 1S 1SAf
'' 1 the distribution-all for $4,000.
After several months of recording
In a small eight-track studio owned by Tuesday, Jan. 22 the Starke
Bob McPeek, of Gainesville Murphey Shrine Club opened 1980 under the
approached Century Records in guidance of its new president. Robert
California to sell the recordings. Century (Bobby) McRae. Chaplain Walter Lee
expressed interest but then back gave the Invocation. A covered dish
kwur ed out. 'either because of the mentionof supper was enjoyed by the Nobilityand
): their Ladies.
grass or barroom topics" in his
1 ,k a. songs, Murphey said. Noble President McRae introducedthe
a. After thai Murphey took things into following officers for the new
1 : ; t his own hands entirely, making ar- year: .
rangements with a pressing plant in First vice president, Maxie Carter,
Wakefield., to press 1,000 copies of Jr. ; second vice president, Robert S. :
the record this past June. Cost per Mullins; secretary, Mac Baldwin; ,
record was $1.50. treasurer, Gilbert S. Brown; and .
He then flew off to Switzerland chaplain Rev. Walter Lee.

BRADFORD LODGE NUMBER 35, F & A M INSTALLS 1980 OFFICERS where teaching he children spends English his and summers sports. brief At this statement time each and Introduced officer made their a

Bradford Lodge Number 35, Free and Accepted Mason, Grand Lodge of And for$4,000. Murphey's album is wives, with the exception of Maxie
Master; James E. Watson, Senior Deacon Elmer E. Lewis, Junior Steward
Florida marked ; ; Carter Jr. who could not rememberhis
the 112th ,
of the
granting el its original Charter pretty good. Murphey all I the
on songs
back row,Worshipful Herbert Green,Sr..Past IMusler. .
Jan. IS, 1980. As the Secretary i Worshipful wife's name. .
Lodge to embark
prepared upon its 113th himself with most of them being writ-
Charles L. Curtis T. Lee, Past Master, Tiler; Worshipful Walter II. Lee, Past Master, The Starke also known
Dinkins Past Master Installed the 1980 officers. Shown In the accompanying ten in Switzerland or France. His Surreys, as'
I l photograph are from left to right, front Brothers Chaplain; and Brother Robert S. Mullins Senior Steward. Not pictured are lyrics and about the "Mobile Nobles", gave a brief.
row Paul II. Baker, are simple speak the
I .. ?__.!_!. SUl.._..<..>..l oro Brothers___... ..William........_.Abrams_ 10_.._..Junior.. Warden; Archie M. Tanner, Treasurer) and simple.. pleasures and pains of life. outline of their coming activities for
the year.
album doesn't suffer from any
Dduction Injustices The meeting was closed with a

e album, according to Murphey, benediction by Chaplain Lee.
I fling well-"between 200 and 300 After the meeting everybody .
HAND PAINTED s sold." He's made a trek to gathered around the piano and enjoyed -
pride iville, where they listened to thec singing the songs played by
artYy smiled and said they liked it, Mrs. Inez Green.
P ?tesent STONEWARE MUGS AT aid they'd have a hard time sell- The Starke Shrine Club meets the
i t, Murphey explained. "Countryc third Tuesday of each month at the
tOU\)1 MAGNIFICENT SAVINGS doesn't do drugs, sex and loose Masonic Hall at 7 p,m. for a covered
p {J." he said. dish supper. All Shrmers who are not
"D ts ? members of this club are also invited
to attend these meetings.
yr( Gilbert Nelson, Director
l w 1L- Public Relations and Photography
'.' If.JjJ >, ( mug only iy people are turning to woodig -
any ,-1
stoves and fireplaces to offset AreDing-o-Lings
regular l .
size r : ?169compares arcity and cost of fuels they nor-

NOW YOU CAN COLLECT A mug use. If you use either of these Honored?
to ate of heat should
$3 49 value lake certain to learn all
to- .U "....UNO Kieif! GOOD TMUIII. Mil >1 TMW
JUST FOR SHOPPING WITH US- compares _,0..'.' mIMO OVINTITT. .!G............. preventing chimney fires. Is there a special day to honor Ding-
$1.79 value'
most of
a-Lings? When Is National Boss Day
fires Is of
the formation
OF SHAPES DECORATIONSI! iey a or Secretaries Week? Does Miami
ite or soot buildup. When wood Beach have a Festival of Arts? Where
too slowly, the smoke usually and when is the Oklahoma State
ins creosote caused by In- Fair? What are some of the events'
IMI miiiis CMCI. mm mtt*....".l.... lete combustion. The substance celebrated on the day you were bornor
t Boneless Stewing Beef f II$198 -? e ts In the relatively cool chimney wed? For a compendium of hap

I IMI III*uirasu.HIM Ml I!. penings scheduled to occur in 1980 see
Freshly Ground Beef LttVe .5 nbustion is a complex chemicalion the Bradford County Public Library'snew
between fuel (wood) and ox-)
IMI mil** MI ma we addition. Chases' Calendar or Annual
Smoked Slab Bacon LI 88" (air). Satisfactory combustionfor Events. This book is an almanac-;
.... ... a continuous supply of aira
N.II. and survey of the year 19BO. It mclUdM'twUdayBy -
Lykes Smoked Picnic"-< U.884x1 proper, amount q. .wood-not holy daysnalionalafd' ;
y -- .
IM M A.......VMIIT mi*MMFresh __ ; : I gh wood to cause pyerheating but i ethnic!, days' seasonshastronomical' '
ient for
$111' : a temperature that '
Pork Butts IIJ su Sift phenomena, feslivals-
J \ IMf ...11....._ lam ents creosote residues from ac- and fairs, anniversaries, birthdays,
> In the flue
Cutlets or Cube Steak II $188 j ilating or chimney. special events, and traditional obser
of fire inter
possibility a chimney of all kinds the world
IMI MI ti" CM ems WAUMMA 6 8 vances over
with the accumulation of
Fresh Standard Oysters $219 sole This Is If you nave a question like those
buildup. more likely above else in the-
or something come
MM OOj( s+j0"y.. hot fire and
Le Ls 'cur during a very
Fyne Spred Otrs. Oleo JOVPantry" es a roaring noise and flames and public library at 105 E. Jackson in'
a .a. SAVE 300 A LB AVt Sod A LB SAYE30aALB Starke or call 9646400. We may not
from the of the
Pride American Singles tote ts fire top chimney. know the answer but we will help you-

tat w aN...,....- (aintain Tie safety suggestions are: find It.
fete a briskly burning fire -
Creamed Cottage Cheese dry, well seasoned wood and --
.... ..... .. SLICED QUARTER a
'" Ian slim ;'
Las Cal Yogurts 4/$1 Pantry Pride Grill Franks *2S Cheddar Cheese Cuts floe PORK LOIN ees temperature Fahrenheit exceeding to prevent 250 5 BUS Students"

.... m NM...IMI i wutSealtest wttm9mmt\ UN.mm ta f tote condensation. Smoldering
Cottage Cheese $11. Old Smithfield Sausage 78.VC4ia Lykes Dinner Franks M"in SAW 300 A LS $128 product large amounts of 4ttendSymposium rs
Ul M,IMl tW UIIMH eel Wl wt mtmrmmmm OMI taR...*let rN.aNau A 3 TO S LBSLOTS sole. ..

Italian Ricotta Cheese $12i :Sliced Imported Ham 'IC4QI Lykes Lunch Meats .. :.10.. ..... nspect your chimney frequently Five Bradford High School students S3:
Urt MNwO. .. MM MMfrmMirm MM imBUMIKMUlSmoked. OF "0.'"
the for and
creosote two teachers
ig heating season recently attended
781etirftf1 .ala 6
Chiffon Family Margarine Mild Smoked Sausage l lffTfl Wrangler Franks 17eCHICKEN.'a. : : lup. While you can do the clean. the U.S. Army Junior Science. ....'
IMf.m Hw Ham AMI net MUtafaUUBorden's > yourself, people choose to and Humanities
many Engineering Sym-e
Land'or Fras7
Fyne Taste Meat Bologna $131 American Singles I Chipped Meats 78 !. f. :':m-r: ua.= 58 I professionals do It. Chimney possum held at the University of:;;!
I : N? .:c.. Le ;ps usually are listed in local Florida In Gainesville. s|

..s FROZEN AO"tT.arara )hone directories. Cleaning and The symposium was a three-daye
TURBOT SLICED FARMLAND FANCY CUT SKILLET BRAND WALTIMVf ORANGE ntenance should Include repairinge meeting in which research in science si
BACONNM GREAT DOGS bricks, faulty draft gear andr and mathematics was presented and f
FILLETS i'SH ._c.. BONELESS ROLLED essu : SLICED ..BOLOGNA JUICE problems. discussed. Several hundred selected ;M s:
SIRLOIN .pi$4OfP''BREAKFAST' nspect stove pipes at least once a high school juniors, science and **
$168:88cr:: : aw. 98c1: ':::' N98C th if you have an air-tight stove. mathematics teachers attended. E.:3
t. ':;'..' "' ''' lever use gasoline, kerosene, Students who attended were: Kathy 5
SRao. coal lighter or similar liquids to Henderson, Joey Herres, Debbie r S
ROAST 'sO a fire. Instead, use rolled Parmenter, John Powell and Joyce :3
981 .paper and kindling.se Thorpe. Jerry McGriff and Mavis S3
3 8 a minimum of logs on the Sandra Smith were the instructors Ej
3 TO' $.1 -a I; fires should not be so big thates who attended. :S3::
5 LB SAVE 40dAVG. leap up the chimney. ::t
A u sAVE 300 ave an extra fire extinguishereach
stove or fireplace. If you Bicycle Riders Killed |
have a smoke detector, consider

JAMBOREE MR. SPUD INSTANTPOTATOES using enslve.one; they are relatively at Increased Rate S,

GRAPE JELLY : lit! you have any questions, consult TALLAHASSEE-Bicycle riders in j
fire department.
:a i LI l 1979 continued to be killed at an InS
l e '
1 LB
pyc .JIr9 Evin1' .FriC"
l JAR Cats .ox 591ALF have creased rate said the Florida 5s
ou questions, or would like
( m $ anent on any subject, write to Highway Patrol today. 52;
show that
BORDEN'SCREMORA Preliminary figures :za
ight From Bill Gunter", LL-25,
3o s ;GAL LON 'apitol, Tallahassee, FL 32301. there was one bicyclist killed every. ag
SARDINES four days. The total was 90. *s

.... Patrol leader Colonel EldrigeS
rvt:prcel 3oa JAR. a 19- 9 .7Soa CANS 2 FOR ,..1 Beach said, "The year 1969 had only rg
8M AVI SO* ponal '. 41 bike deaths. Ten years later the !=
total has more than doubled." s3

B.'sl Bul/sill B3C DISPOSABLE PANTRY PRIDETOOTHPASTE Patrol records show bike deaths for 4 33

lI..vll/NB.lIltpllJ.1 LIGHTER .". I Best BuyfinFt*>roJf/. and Mrs. R.P. McLendon the 1970-56 last 11 1971-39 years,totaled 1972-73 768; 1974-82,3 1969-41 :S3
ed Sunday after two weeks visit
WHITI. PIWOMIDI OH MINT FLUONIDI. I 1975.69. 1976-58, 1978-82
t"y Ty t" I un M ita Ami.HIM teir son and family, Mr. andm preliminary total 197990. anaa.
2 fOil $1 .J 99" McLendon In Blowing Rock,
70& 69 0 Pet Ritz Frozen PiesPerRUrFrozilTiPies
towRWI+ tow 1 v/ There are about four males to everyone
r am tn.e ur TUBe T 99(5 female killed on bicycles in
C Nail Polish Remover 2/$1 ( and Mrs. Pete of Florida. Three age brackets of 5 to 9, I
t Bi'tt Buys in :rccerdesB. Ultra Ban Roll-On 49t Pit Quik Maid Waffles 3/M/ nville were Sunday dinnerif brackets In riders being killed.

Plastic Coffee Mugs 3/$1 1 Quaker. Quick Grits. AAi"Wyler'.... -s Bouillon Beef- 3"1 Pantry_Pride Orange Juice' 3/M/ I Mrs.P.D. Reddish and fami- beginning Beach said.riders"Proper is a most instruction important to

...,..... -...... .IM MM imm Mm HM part of parents responsibilities after
plastic Dust Pans 49""Hershey Chocolate Syrup' *1 1"IMIIIIIIM Wyler,Bouillon Chicken 3/M/ Macaroni & Cheese 3B9i389i/ (\ Winter Cl_r.nc. giving their children a bike for

tat N r". .N mit. a'an a 00 ....IK.>ran nmr MI Sal*t lmidford .. Christmas. Insisting on the rlghtof5
Polka Dot Brand Rice $283 Bag Of.Cat Litter l" .Wylw's Bouillon Cubes 3/M/ Coffee Lightener / (. /N 1.11'. way when riding a bicycle in traffic Is
Sou, .r.StoppinM4SOSI. .C.nt.r
Vlasic"Polish Dills ,99t Faultless Spray Starch '2/M/ 1 Lysol; Spray 99 rVoolite Liquid tale!> almost situation like where committing the car and suicide.bike havea In a

Bruce' Sweet Potatoes 59Gi f Food.Storage' Bags SIB 'MfWMIIOpancho Villa:Taco' Shells 69 E Z Off OvenyCleaner. ', ." "s 1211. nd Mrs. Albert Stefanelll and more possible maneuverable conflict the should bike give, being S

eriisasi s sDINTY of Jacksonville were weekendof' to the larger heavier car.That Is

MOORS HEIHZ 'SUNSWEET; : Mr. and Mrs.; Henry ed common sense"
QUAKER'' -RUNE 111 at Hampton 1ake.c

STEW $190 GRITS AssoaTaoMaas 2/'T SAUCE. 69 ,JUICE, Huggins, former assistant
mn IN'TANT-aoa 'u 100. ..aO& ir at Starke Winn-Dixie has
Inferred to Gainesville: where
promoted to manager at the

Ixle .store In'the. Westgate Thar ii no wealth but -&,
>-('"II Center., ".' .?; .rf'*y'',.''''In.:". ', <, John Ruikinr **

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Hampton HighlightsRecuperating Birthday Sth Grade: Paul Bawek, Randall
by Dolores Meng Senior Citizen Mark Smith celebrated his 3rd birthday Glisson, Frantz Innocent, Tommy-
phone 468-1913 The Hampton.Senior Citizens Club on Jan. 19. Peeples, Justin Wadsworth and
invites all Interested Hospitalized
to attend their Whitehead.
BookmobileThe Feb. l meeting at 2 p.m. in the City Mrs. Gertrude Slade returned home William Summers .Is a patient at OlympicsMrs. Laurie

Bradford Bookmobile serves Hail Jan. 23 after four weeks' hospitallxa- Alachua General Hospital where he Anna Clayton Menu. -Feb.4-8 ., -
the Hampton area every Tuesday 4-11 Club tlon at Alachua General Hospital went two weeks ago following a her students recently accompanied Mrs. Mindy McLean's 4th Graders ,
from 12:30: until 2:30 at the HamptonPost The Hampton 4-H Club Invites where she underwent surgery. She stroke. He Is In serious condition in Olympics competition at Patrick Air considerable deliberation comprised ?
Office parking lot. Books of your students to their meeting scheduled wishes to thank all for their visits, Room 543.Addle Force Base after the following menus which will
choice may be checked out free of for Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Harold calls, cards, concern and prayer dur Melton Is receiving treat- be served In county elementary ,
charge. Waters home. ing her confinement. ment in Room 387 at Shands Hospital Hampton Elementary New. schools next week. They hope all en-
in Gainesville. She recently returned Report cards went home along with !
week of good eating
II Community from Honduras where she spent about students last Friday. The list of those joy a n

____ News six months,. attaining the Honor Roll by receivingall Monday, Feb. 4-Corndog broccoli .t
-- .- -- -- -- Leslie and Mary Jane Jones are A's and B's for the third six weeks half, cinnamon roll, milk.
by Elizabeth Calvary Baptist Church Prayer medical patients at Bradford County grading period are: orange Eddie Lloyd. Brian Kldd
Lane Meeting will be held Thursday 7 p.nI. Hospital. Grade Christina Bunner Janet Written by I
phone 1: Michele Kir- L
Youngblood, .,
and at the home of Deacon Elva Hamptonon Bunner, Melissa Byrd, Marcie Tracy
with Grove Street. Sunday School 10 chaine, Brandy Phillips. ?
Birthdays Aimee
Carpenter, Andria Fenton Feb. 5-Frled chicken,
All adults Strong. a.m. Worship Service 11. a.m. and 5 Marleen' O'Steen celebrated her Hodges, Amy Horne, Shannon Tuesday. beans, ?.
mashed green ,
Basic Adult classes pm.Mt. 11th birthday Jan. 30. Hughes, Robbie Padgett, Don potatoes milk. Written by '
are classes in of Lake Pisgah AME Church: Choir Eddie Lloyd entertained friends at Roberts and Kim Shepherd, cheese roll, Eva Hinz Richard
complex for adults revival rehearses Saturday 6:30.: Lovefeast his home on Friday with a decorated Grade 2: Allison Archey, Michael Shelly Carter
Cardin, Andy Redding.
of learning to read ; Service Service Wed. 7:30 p.m. Communion cake and other refreshments In Campen, Ciindy Davis, Rhonell Kidd Diana '
Feb. 6 Chili, to grilled
Ing to take the GED : welcome. Service 11 a.m. All members are Invited celebration of his 11th birthday on Estes, Glenn Friese,Stefanle Hughes Wednesday sandwich, field to
cheese peas
The Workers to attend. Jan. 21.Happy.
diploma. Misty Koehler and Karla Marie Rush.
information call ) District Church of God In Christ Bible Band Birthday to Gerald Brown, Grade 3: Tina Branahm, Tommy banana, chocolate pudding w/whlp-Harold
Written ,
milk. by
There are many Church 7 p.m. Friday 7:30: Prayer and Jr. who celebrates today, Jan. 31. Cunningham, Amy CuRler Quinton ped topping,
Mitchell Barbara Davis JeannlfS
dividuals interested and en- Pastoral Teaching. Sunday School ,
Ford Sharon Godwin, Billy Home
work skills In invited. 9:30. Morning Worship 11:30. YPWW Visitor Billy Jordan, Terri Herman, John Hodge, Bradley Snow, Grace Rowej ,
,tiller v
Church: 5:30. You are invited. Mrs.Jane Fontaine returned to her Rahme, Mark Rhoden Dana Thursday, Feb.7-Hamburger
Church Activities: Choir Pleasant Grove United Methodist home in Oxford, Conn via Amtrak Underhill and Rob Powers. tots, lettuce, tomato, ,pickle -
First Born Prayer Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion train on Thursday after spending two 4th Grade: Mindy Hersey Shelly strawberry shortcake, milk,,, written
God: The District meet service 3 pmChoir weeks with her mother-in-law. Mrs. Carter, Diana Cardin, Cassandra by Mindy Hersey, Todd Parker
organizing of the at Mrs. rehearses 6:30: Saturday. Josephine Fontaine, and her Fisher, Sandy Friese, Todd Parker, Patricia- Rhoden, John.Underwood '
held Jan. will Mt. Morlah United Methodist JoAnn. Friday Feb.8-Plz1a: ; buttered corn
was on daughter, Andy Redding, Sid Russell, Bradley .
Howard Memorial Church: Sunday School 9:30.: Commu- Snow and Kelly D'Augustine.5th green peas, 'a apple, strawberry
Jacksonville. Janie nion Service 11 a.m. All members are Hampton Lake NewsRecovering Grade: Paul Bawek, Randall shortcake milk. Written by Sandy ,
at the asked to give support to all church: ac Glisson, Sandra Melton, Tammy Friese, Bernard Baez, Cassandra
Choir and tivities. Mr. Nate Dyal returned home Sun Peeples Frankie Rahme and Kirk Fisher, Sid Russell. _
.Satur-- Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday day following two weeks at Baptist Williams.
Teacher's School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Medical Center In Jacksonville where 6th Grade: Amy Clark Amy New Students
: Morn a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. he underwent his second hip surgery.He Williams and Melissa Williams Welcomed at HE as new students
12:30.: Free Canaan True Church of God: is glad to be back homel 7th Grade: Billy Bauldree Brenda last week were: Steven Sanford, a 6th ,
Each Monday 7:30: Prayer Band. Kirk Williams has returned to Bawek Donna Dorminey Marie In- grader who formerly attended
School Church: Each Tuesday 7:30: Choir rehearses.Wed. school after recent eye surgery at the nocent, Stephanie Reading Alan Howard Bishop School in Gainesville;
7:30: Tarrying Service. Friday Jacksonville Naval Base Hospital. Rogers and Becky Young. Elizabeth Payne a 7th grader, came )
ter Bible Study. Sunday School 10 a.m. His vision Is improved following The following were listed! as having from South Point, Ohio, along with
Friday, Jan. 18 Rev. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening remarkable treatment. perfect attendance: her sister: Melissa Payne, a 6th :
and con- Worship 6 p.m. grader her brother Roy Payne,
third siic-weeks 3rd Grade: Tina Branharn, Billy
service. Notice! Free tutoring Is offered at Reunion in the 3rd grade.
Friday Jan. 25, Horne, Terri Kennan, James Long II' :
the Bradford County Morning RJE Complex on Monday and The Francis Meng family had a and Polly Woods. Michelle Gunter who moved away 1
Skills were sent a.m All Wednesday from S to 6:30. Special family reunion at their home Sunday 4th Grade: Bernard Baez, Sandy last year, rejoined her friends this ..
through 4. If parents for emphasis is placed on math and in honor of Gerald who will be return- Friese Brandy Phillips and Tracy week in Miss Claudette Peterson's
concerning either reading. ing to Sacramento, Calif. on Friday Youngblood: grade class. "'g;

grade fice their they to are Mrs.child's, all make invited Bobbie students teacher.In an to ..s@ where f I

score on their spelling your

Yvonne Multiplication Bobo, Keith : =

Gruen. Melinda prescriptions. .
man, Elizabeth most Insurance prescription -
Bill Hamilton, j jJW
Ask Ecksrd Pharmacist.
Peggy Petteway. DOLLAR STRETCHINGtf l
Students in Mrs. .,
-""' first grade are
One group has begun -
and Doltlecups book 6
started in Red Rock "
The other group is in
stories in Magic causing 149
Things. They re bristles. LIQUID
readers. Eve ,v ;
an "A' in pt' lung for 12-oz. bottle,antacid, \
for tor 'i ', low sodium. LIMIT 1 O
VI.ahlime is
Vicki McKinney's 2 :
classroom. The ?, .
snowman mobiles and .a 1 ,
hang for decoration. rwr E- :.

joying gratulations a social to the I ALUMINUM FOLDING BED_ r '

Tushma Vanzaiit: ", .. THIN
Trade Vanzant who VITH 3"MATTRESS

their first reader Red J MINTS Lightweight aluminum
News from the Chocolate covered. frame, 3-Inch solid loam
department is that the 6-oz. box. REG. 77 _/. mattress. Folds for storage. -
grades will send an plastic LIMIT 2 ; REG. $38.99
team to Feb. 15 --
in the annual LIMIT 1 2 1'-1 00q v IE-

all the
Hopefully t

elementary represented, 11"T"J FOR I -j

Mrs Sandra '
studying letter PLANTER'S FORMICA TOP

their learning J J STEPSTOOL t '.
Spartanhurg. S.C. Handy step stool with
South Carolina wrote Dry roasted.no sugar 23-oz bottle sudsy safety tread top. Heavy
can's class first and ;p.lhlfs or oil added. 7.5-oz. jar. type. REG. 54' LIMIT 2 gauge steel legs with rf11
here are answering Tj% REG.$2_59 LIMIT 1 slip top. REG. $4.99 ;:i
Duncan's class went almondsF277<: t
County Courthouse Jan. 44D 179 388 1s

a jury is selected. At a I I
Green talked and SYRUP i
for the students. Some
were asked, such as ((1 '
3-oz bottle L :
selected for jury duty" ( ) 1 COLGATE SHOWER WOOD FRAMED r

it take so long to get FLUORIGARD CURTAIN t PICTURES v'"+
serve as jurors?, ((3)) "." 1- Assorted In I
JL'AI Anti-cavity dental rinse Plastic construction. ; subjects extra
lawyers quiz the ( ) S H with lluoride. 10-oz. bottle. Assorted colors & wide frame with glass.
there alternate 1 L
an T/M' LIMIT 1 designs. REG. $299 rs 12" X 16" REQ. $10.99 IB'
the study of (the unit on ? Jt:3:
class has planned a
groups.remembering The menu the 99C 229 "t 888 : !

thicken shed, } 6TRETCNIIdG M
cole slaw Crapes s ___

menu is p ..nnl. for :

honor mil in Airs JRAPE ; ,,. SCRUNGE 5FT. WOODEN .;;;
cludes these "'S fII
Akridge, Kristin COMPLETE KIT ;
Baldwin Ron Brown Outlasts steel wool pads, ,p : Full3-nchsteps8,
Chris Farmer Jackie Il&Aira t treated hair. LIMIT 1 can be used on teflon. Ir ( side rail. Utility _
O'Gumnand Hal Wood. Pack of 4 Pack of 2. REG. 99- shelf. REG. $23.99

January Friddl, Jan.was 18, the 1 [LL1 359 77Gentleevenforcolor e y 8 8 Ii.f

celebrate Arbor Day
children with the 1 ---,
in our lives the library
center including ;}!
native trees for the BATH 11-QUART OSCILLATING OJ
tify Also in the -
books pamphlets and .. SCALE WASTEBASKET. SPRINKLER "
trees. The question Crystal cut plastic Gives even water distribution
do we need trees" SlRETCH't J AmUlltlortheWelghtcon-n r\ 1/1/ In smoke or -amber. for healthy grass Brass
listed many reasons ) REG. $2.99 lets. REG. $9'99 :. .

portant to them. Our -' 1- I
Day in the library was 588 188 788

have but if you many can't important, 1 .3types. 1 Ag Pis et NO. 69 .

celebrate in January
Benjamin Franklin's.
center featured PERMATHENE-12 IMMERSION %"X 80' .': tic
books and sayings
Franklin Including as CAPSULES"I.; ; HEATER GARDEN HOSE :;
ventions as we could sJKk Once a day capsule .. .... Heat water for coffee.Instant ..". .,>
know that he reducing plan. 24 soup or tea. For home.
libraries?The library Is capsules.lIMIT: 1 :r -1_ office or travel. REG1.29 I i

put children handling remember out brand are to have-new clean- 1 iIIIG 349 .....;--. 79<<1: Durorred.relnrorcedWlthrJjtlre lj. I

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; Pvt.Jefferson T. fll I ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER r iJll -.. till

30 off label, .... i I ;
T. Brown son of Mr. Oot...*aw.MI.of pMrrtl Off lworoM.o ptrrtwrtm '
ward L. Brown, recently wonr roll or color 'lor lh. prico a onor 5 I
whit K f Motor peck an0 88eBrlnglnyOur:
OMck and or
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Riley. Kan. prinlod roOAV ycu Mm p.oc.e.a .
AND VIRVOAV ..Cckofd. TODAY 5 quality reprints ;
Brown who entered
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QUANAMTCI Buy only the prints, you .wnl_ No Coupon Good Thru Sat..Feb.2nd 4 ::::: __

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NOTIce OF Legal Notice ;; 'h"f',';; !If J!i".lo,J" ,.LaZJ! ..Ij.. .,;, .. II'II. ;. \ "" '" .
INTENTIONTO 13WI7' West 210.00 ;( Lawtey news MROMM\ .,' ';''i: ; ",\. Y' .)'I't'l! ;;,AA.t!

REGISTER FLORIDA. CASE NO. feet to ncrele monument
FICTITIOUS 0-S-CA.. .d the Point ol by Elizabeth Terry relatives. Mrs. Crews returned homeon

NAMfRPursuont HECTOR L. OWNBEY Beginning; thence continue Phone 782-3300 Evergreen Baptist i Sunday School-10 ship Servlces-ll a.m. Sunday and S Sunday Jan. 20.
to Section and VERA i. OWNBEV North 13'07'IT" Deepest! sympathy of the community
Worship Services and Prayer Meeting. Wednesday-
7p.m. p.m.
a.m. a.m.
9.09 Florida Statute, hit wife, Plaintiff vi ARTHUR West 30.00 feet to a concrete Is extended to Mrs. Pierce Crews
(tics .It hereby given BALlARD STONE monument: thencerun Lftwtey Dixie Youth .Prayer Meeting Wedne day'7:3O: p.m.Laura School-9:45 and other relatives because of the
Baptist Sunday :
at the North 56'33'27"West p.m.Faith death of her brother-in-law Waldo
undersigned and JEFFERY E. ROBERTSand Lawtey Dixie Youth Little League Mr.
Bible School-10 a.m. Worship Services-ll a.m. aod
|mom Wilson Jr., 55.50' feet to a concrete Baptist: a.m.
444 ELOEANA ROBERTS will have a meeting on Pringle of Worthington Springs.Mr. .
Thursday, Servlces-ll 7:30:
Worship and
Madison S'. Starke. hit wife, Defendant. monument; thence run a.m. 7 p.m. p.m. and Mrs. William Holman and
Feb. 7, at the school at 7 They
p.m. Prayer Meeting-7 Long Bridge Baptist Sunday
32091 North 20'49'57" East p.m.
AMENDED daughter. and Mr. and Mrs.
bslnss under the firm 30.00 feet to a concrete plan to have a dance Saturday night, First Baptists Sunday School-9:43 School-10 a.m. Worship Services-ll Wendy,
Mm* of "WILSON'SORIST" ACTIONTO Monument; thence run Feb. 9 at the school from 7 to 11 p.m. a.m. Worship Services-II a.m. and a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Douglas Brown and son. Jason of
There will be a dance contest for the Chilhowle, Va. were Friday to Sun
444 w. : JEFFERY I. North 7111'48" East 7:30 p.m. Training Unlon-6:30: p.m. Wednesday-7:30: p.m. their
Eidlson St., Stark. Flo. ROBERTS and ELDEANA 263.78 feet to a concrete children with prizes for the first and Prayer Meeting, Wednesday7:30p.m. : Morgan Road Baptist Sunday day Mrs.guests David of Brown. parents Rev. and
11091 intends toTjlstr ROBERTS his wife, monument on the second place winning couples! at the School-10 a.m. Worship Services-ll
told fictitious RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.YOU Westerly right of way dance. Grace United Methodist: Church a.m. and 7. p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Donie Pringle, of Worthington
M. under the provlbns ARE HEREBY line of Ridge Road; School-B:30: a.m. Early Church-10:30: Wednesday-7:30: p.m. Springs Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers
of aforesaid thence run South CHURCH ACTIVITIES NorthHlde School10a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pringle Jr., and
NOTIFIED that an action a.m. Worship-11 a.m. UMYF-6 p.m. Baptist: Sunday
Wtut*. to foreclose a Contract ll-W'37" East along said Church Schedule: Evening Service-7 p.m. Tuesday, Orchestra Worship Servicea-11 a.m. and 7 family,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Springerand
Vllllom Wilson Jr.. far Deed on the following Westerly right of way Church of Cod Sunday School-10 Practlce-7 Wednesday p.m. Prayer Meeting- p.m. daughter Donna Mr. Wesley
., ".'. property In Bradford line 150.00 feet to a conCrete a.m. Worshlp-ll a.m. and e p.m. Choir Practice-p.m. Bible New Smyrna Baptist Missionary Fussel, and Rev. Steve Simmons of
,Paced this 3Ut day of County Florida: monument; thencerun Prayer Meeting and YPE Gleanlng-a p.m. p.m. Baptist) Sunday School-10 a.m. Wor- Auburndale, Mr. and Mrs. W.S.Rivers .

%uary. A.D. 1980 Indford A parcel' of land South W47W West Wednesday-7:30: p.m. Highland Baptist: SS 9:45: a.m. Wor- ship Services-ll a.m. and 1. p.m.. and son, Willie, of Union Springs
County. 1/31 situated! In Section 12, 237.39 feet to the Point Prayer Meeting Wednesday-: ) Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hyman
2/21. Township 9 South Range of Beginning.has p.m. and Mrs. Keith Brockman, of

:22: Eait Bradford County Tallahassee, were Tuesday dinner
.Florida been filed againstyou NOTICE OF APPLICATION nlng Board to conduct a follow: Personals of Mrs.Pierce and all of
NOTICE OF being lot 20 of guests Crews
and are required ," FOR REZONINGAND public hearing at a Six ((6)) acres located'mil I/4 Mr. and Mrs. David Huber visited
you them
INTENTIONTO an unrecorded of1 attended the funeral of Mr.
REGISTER SEMINOLE RIDGE map UNIT to serve a copy of your AMENDMENT OF regular meeting held of North of Stark on their sister, Mrs. Carolyn Yates in Waldo Pringle. Other friends
written defenses. If any THE LAND USE PLAN. CITY 7:30: p.m. In the County the West side of Hwy 301 Alachua General Hospital, were
NO. 6
FICTITIOUS o> and Hermie of
surveyed by Mr. Mrs.
OF Commission In Section 16 6
to It on MYRON C. LAWTEY meeting Township Gainesville, on Saturday. We are
NAME Joseph O. Knapp.Surveyor FLORIDA.An Bradford South 22 East, Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Atwood
dated PREVATT, JR.. Plaintiff'sAttorney room County Rang sorry to report that she is not doing
f Pursuant to Section January son-in-law and of
Mrs. Onie
,whose address ORDINANCE omen Courthouse, Storko. parcel 2216 far apartments daughter
3.09, Florida Statutes 39 1974; sold parcel' being well.Miss Thornton of Auburndale and Leon
I I. P.O. Drawer 798. ding the ComprehensiveLand Florida on Tuesday Elizabeth Terry visited her
tics li hereby given more particularly Conner of Starke.
described Nightingale at Palmetto Use Plan Element February 36. 1980 and sister Mrs. C. Strickland of
Pt the undersigned Commence as follows: Keystone Heights, and Map by Bradford make a recommendationto You are further given Gainesville and her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hanson was able to
v* Hayei 353 A at a concretemonument the Florida 32654 on or County.Florida In accordance the Board of County NOTICE that a copy of Mrs. Clary Terry, of Newberry. Monday return home from Bradford County
Itrth Temple Ave? at before February 28, with the local Commissioners and the said proposed ORDINANCE Hospital Saturday afternoon after
Southeast of void until Friday. Miss Terry had to put
rk Fla. 32091. corner go
doing .
1980 and file the Government Comprehensive Board will consider en Is available for spending a few days there.
In. under the firm Section 12 and runNoth to Dr. Felos with an infected ear after
>ss 0622'43" original with the Clerk of Planning Act Monday March 3, 1980 your Inspection at the Mr. ana Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited
mo of "STEVE HAYES the Ea.talan" this Court either before of 1975 as provided for inChapter .at the some said place at Director of Zoning and she returned home. their sister, Mrs. Loris Tomlinson in
fSTRUCTION, 353 A East line of Mrs. Pearce Crews visited her
service on Plaintiff's Attorney 163 of 'h.Flolda 10:00: A.M.an Ordinance Planning, Bradford North Florida Regional Hospital
rth Temple Avenue. Section 12 a distance of brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
or Immediately Statutes.TO relating/ to: County Courthou.a.S'aka. .
rk*. Fla. 32091.l In. 2485.45 feet to a concrete thereafter; otherwise a : All Clllo_.. Taxpayers Florida. Mrs. Waldo Pringle, of Worthington Gainesville. on Thursday.Mr. Coleman
and Mrs. Ronnie and
di to register laid lie.out monument on the default will be entered and other Interested The rezoning of the Each and every person Springs, for two weeks. Mr. Pringlewho
of Jacksonville visited
name under the Northerly right of way former resident of Brad- family Mr.
against you for the relief parsons following described property having any Interestwhatever was a
line of Grove and Mrs. Truman Norman and their
Ovliloni, of oformaldItut Road: In the ford and who
demanded In the Com and amending theComprehensive enactment County, was seriously ill
*. thence run South89'SroO" plaint. You and each'of you Land of this proposed was transferred from North Florida mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Sunday

rave Hayes ownr. West along are hereby and herewith Use Plan to,provide that ORDINANCE should appear Regional Hospital, Gainesville to afternoon.Mrs. .
:pated this 31 it day ofuary. sold Northerly right of WITNESS my hand and given notice In accordance lands currently zoned BP and be heard at the Auburndale Hospital and from thereto Bettie Mosley and children, of
A.D. 1980 In way line 200.00 feet to a the time and Highland visited her parents, Mr.and
the seal of this Court on with Florida and designated by place praicrib- Winter Haven Hospital passed
Iredford County. 1/31 thence concrete run monument North January 23, 1980. Statutes that the Boardof plan as Business Professional ad.BOARD away Jan. 19 and was buried at Long Mrs. Lonnie Teston on Saturday
2/21. GILBERT S. BROWN.AS County Commissioners be rezoned to OF BRADFORD Branch Cemetery. Mrs. Crews spent afternoon.Mrs. .
06'22'43" East 200.00
CLERK OF THE COURT ol Bradford R-3. and d..I"na.adMultltam.II" COUNTY COMMIS. Lassie Starling of Jacksonville
two weeks with her sister Mrs.Donle
I feet ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT t. thence run North
BYlBeulah: M. County. Florida have the property SIONERS. spent Monday until Thursdaywith
0307'I7" Pringle and brother-in-law and sister
THE JUDICIAL 310.00feet
f Moody Deputy Clerk. designated the Bradford of IRENE L. By /s/Gllbert S. her daughter, Mrs. Elsie Nor
Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers and otherOLLARS
KIT, IN AND FOR to a concrete monument
described Clerk.
1/31 4tchg 2/21. County Zoning and Plan- FAULKNER, as Brawn Itpd 1/31 man.
COUNTY, ; thence run North
J.C. Prevatt of Gainesville, visited
his mother Mrs. Carl Prevatt and his
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
5 Mrs. Truman Norman on Thursday.

BUY MORE Mrs. Daisy Thompson Is spending
sometime with her son and daughter-

of in-law Gainesville.Col. Mr. and. Mrs. Billy Thompson,

and Mrs. Wm. Wilson attendedthe

SHOP EARLY SOME SALE ITEMS LIMITED.WE Military Civilian Associations!
RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. Banquet at the Patrick Officers Clubin
Cocoa Beach Thursday and were

E DOLUR STRETCH!NQr overnight guests of Col. and Mrs. Hal
1 and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and

son Tom, of Jacksonville spent Saturday

with their mother, Mrs., C.R.

tOCACOLA !: I ADHESIVE Crews.Miss Laura Ann Hart and Carl_

87e Permanently bonds most McKinley, Jr., were united in mar
e surfaces in seconds. ep% riage Saturday Jan. 26 at the home of

Refreshing beverage In throwaway REQ. $1.59 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill

plastic bottle. LIMIT 1 Crouse. The ceremony was performed
by Elder A.E. Massey, and they
$ s had a reception afterwards.
Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Nor
J man Starling in Lakeland. While

Y s-v + s there all of them went to Clearwater,
sass ,
and Tarpon Springs on Saturday.

MIXER the weekend with her grandparentsMr.
VWN FURNITURE and Mrs. Harold Eunice.

Colorful vinyl straps on lightweight 3-speedllngertlpcontrol balanced handle beater, ROSE Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake
City,Mr.and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and
|> lMmlnum frama.Chaise has multlosltlon elector. heel rest.
BUSHES daughter, of Maxville and Miss
back.Both fold for storage. MODEL M24 REG. $13.99
;HAIR CHAISE A Michele Eland of Keystone Heightswere
Garden charm grade
99 19 bushes.Assorted types guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold.
1 Eunice over the weekend.
rn 5$19.99 QJ588 a colors. REG. $1.49



Toasts,bakes& top Compact design, ,white dial, School Vo-Tech: School
Water needs
tending.smoker 15-lb.never charcoalholder. browns. Removable crumb 1 11 with large numerals & N DOIiSTRETp11Al1Cy SALE and all Elem. Schools
tray & see-thru window. second hand. NO
REG. $69.99 > sweep rl i These menus were written by 1\1r'l.
-"" I
NO. T93B REG. $34.99, 7369 REG. $4.99 w. e. Mindy McClean's 4th grade claim at

POWER DRYER Hampton Elem. School.

5488 2988 399 WITH SPECIAL REBATE OFFER Monday Feb. 4: Corndog broccoli,
SALE orange half, cinnamon roll

PRICE ....... ... lOSS IU power 1200 watts speeds Of lit mlllc.C Eddie Lloyd, Brian Kidd,
Tracy Youngblood Michele Kir-
OOO 2 heat
settings. //
chine, Brandy Phillips.
-* Tuesday. Feb. S: Fried chicken,
G"t." = : COST
., t SHAVER AFTER REBATE! .. SiJ'REG. $13 99 mashed potatoes green beans

Keeps beverages hot or cold. Triplehead razor with e AM/FM pocket radlowlth cheese roll, brownies milk.Shelly
Just press pump top to (fill 36 self sharpening blades.. telescoping antenna. Rotary Carter, Eva Hinz Richard Kidd

glass. REQ. $9.99 NO. 1132 REG. $36.99 tuning. Battery not Included J Diana Cardin Andy Redding.)
MODEL PFM88 REQ. $9.99 I Wednesday Feb. 6: Chili, la grl::od
88 cheese sandwich, field peas.la
1199 33 } banana, chocolate pudding w/whip-

888 scliludCr ; ped topping .( Mitchel
$ Barbara Davis, Jeannie Hodge,
Bradley Snow, Grace Rowe.)

GRAN PRIXSTEREO SHARP L.C.D.CALCULATOR. CUT& FIT Thursday, Feb. 7: Hamburgers later
ZIP SYSTEM tots, lettuce/tomato/pickle,
FIRESTARTERS AM/FM stereo receiver with AIR FILTERS strawberry jello, mllk.<( High styled Sensor Touch.
Safeway' to light your 8-track&cassette decks& auto- Mersey Todd Parker, Patricia
S-diglt' liquid crystal Readyttocuitoyour
charcoal. It's solid sate matic record changer.NO. 8900 / ecifcations. Rhoden, Jrhn Underwood.
NO. :
display 8153 owns
& no flare-ups. REG. 89 SP1950speakers $19.99 Friday. Feb. 8: Pizza, buttered corn
REG. REG. 69' ea. LIMIT.2
FOR green peal Mi apple. IItrawbel'TYahortcake.
99REQ. ) mllk.<(
67' 199$219.99. e 1699 / J nard Russell.Baez) Cassandra Fisher, Sid'

-I MASSAGERWITH pp Government Surplus
Fashion watches In men's ft -Health Club '
Keeps beverages hot or style. Helps '
cold. NO. 2410-H( ladles' styles. Bright digital, relieve muscular fatigue. ,$ '.. ECKERD"C"or"D"BATTERIES J Property Sale Feb. 6
!REG.' $5.49 readout.REQ.$39.99 SALE ;AI :
PRICB ..... .......3486 ;;.rj A sale of property
/allot 88 s : government surplus
34 LtSSMFOR'Sgg will be held Feb.
REBATE! PACK on Wednesday
447 r1ati MAIL-IN For .
..INALCOST NO S335 OP flashlights,radios, 6, at the Defense Property Disposal
AFTER REBATK ..3" REQ. $39.99 44ct* toys some small Office located on the right side of
2r appliances. Highway 17, approximately 2 miles

/ REG. 63. pack south of the NAS Jacksonville Main

POLAROID "'O'SMOKE DETECTOR SUPER Y Registration for the sale starts at

SX-70 WITH SPECIAL REBATE OFFERRODS 7:30: a.m. with the sale beginning at
REG.$17.99 '1:90: a.m. Items to be sold include office
Enjoy 10 color Battery operated. Choose E302C E304C or
prints SALE "" E310C. REG. to 13.99 .'. SALE PRICES GOOD THRU equipment sewing machines,
perlect. PRICE ..........1488 gasoline engines, containers, 'televl-
LEBSMFOR:* eo SAT., FEB. 2 sions automobiles and other

559 .. MAIL-IN REBATE* -O 41\00, 899 'I OPEN WEEKDAYS miscellaneous property. Property

._, ',NALCOST' 999 t:( .i1 V., 9 A.M. til 9 P.M. maybe inspected daily from 8 a.m. to
---- A..n..Re8AT. ..
:S excluding weekends beginning
/1" SUNDAY 10 A.M. til 7 P.M. 1 p.m.
Jan. 30. You must be present to bid.
For further Information call

772-3411 or visit the DPDO facility
Have your eyes emilininpid s ,' 1J3i3jJIIWIDID tf1jJmL$ during Inspection hours.

then bring your proscription"

*n Eckerd Optical Center

WIDIY6JJJWU1JBI3JI1'i1(3W( Rainbows were believed by

t Prescriptions filled Prescription sunglasses the Norsemen to be bridges
between earth and the home'
9.repaired Lenses duplicated No appointment a Frames necessary replaced or 83 r W. Madison St. Slarko, FI a. 'of the gods In the sky.


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The Strawberry Teens, II teen

style when Bradford Middle School ai,
held. its annual square dance Intramural -

Jan. 23. A N
The teens did not compete In Ihe In-

trumurals held In the BMS gym but 'kki

showed, Indent a few fancy steps. 11yr

41 it l.aler president' Lee Ann Flynn and
1 Vd' Arthur Johnson invited Intramural

participants to join the club.

The Intramural were judged l by 'q

members of. the> Slaruberry Swingersand

called l>y Couch. Jerry Petrella. ..A,

1M'LNrt w' I From the left IK leer Ann Flynn,
JlniniV Dell Michelle Klmutis back

to cameral: ). Arthur Johnson and Alan

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Second Place Winners j
Start Grade First Place Winners .1' ,
(AbovePlacing) !! second In the open competition are front, row) ; Kim Brown.

Ui _"lhtlSlxlh grade square| dancers who made first place In the InUifMMLmnir Kay Allen, (2nd row) : Melissa Burimed. Jjson" Polk Tracy Griffin, ((3rd row)*.
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?: ( front row) Jerry Reagan Richard Ostren. Tom Watson. Back Len Eaves, Shawn Stristhers, and Marly Allen '

rows Tricia I lawum. Tery "Fender (oath Jerry Petrel I Tammy Dempsey, i

JflBftMickHun and Monica :\.Ia.lo".kl. I
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We're Number One!

Third Place Open Competition (ItolowThese) eighth graders took first place In the competition From left (to

aIf \ / right: Greg Wilkinson I Debbie l.l.ovd.. Tommy Johnson. RChlnall..r, Bernie

< Below'Minlmts) who placed third in the competition are ( from 11'1110 right ): r ''P. AkrldKe, Elizabeth l.uMson. and Johnny Boon. i"

Jay HJJCS. Donna Barker George Hicks, Polly (.riff IK, John Cox. Jan Brooks. ,

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NOTICE OF Plaintiff. vs ED pear and be heard at the .
APPLICATIONfOR SHERROUSE and DIVISION CASE NO. REDDate of the first time .and place pr.'f-rob.
VARIANCE: MICHELLE SHERROUSE BO.8.CP FILE NO. 13190. publication of this Notice .d. )

J! !.J44:11"ItNUI: IU.. .......-. .M Ds1.r.denleNOtCE / 'r'..._In r9": ESTATE OF of-- ;.chM".r' ti'oteyr:!;;..ALeR1j. .ce! irr*..w ':;,' iS'l 1 '111 t. ",""qo' .nevn
that Th. Board of AdUif| w ( OF MORTGAGE "SMITH "A DeVOC January 31. 1980. JR.. Planning S Zoning IIA ..1I.nannM I iII"! n Inn, rl......." N e. nnn //I: w..q ,. 1

merit City of Stark' FORECLOSURE Deceased s Elvtria Louise Official. CIty( of Starke. CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION' ,
V Florida will conduct a SALE NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION DeVoe .As ..."0..1R.pr..n.lIv. Florida. Itctig 131 (Including Domestic Subsidiaries)

V hearing at 500 P.M. in Public notice Is hereby ,. of the ..
the City Commissionroom given that pursuant to TO .ALL PERSONS HAVING Estate of' SMITH A. PUBLIC NOTICED j LEGAL TITLE OF BANK I

City Hall Stark. and In strict compliancewith CLAIMS OR DeVOE Deceased An ORDINANCE ain.n. ..
Florida. the Summary Final. DEMANDS AGAINST THE Attorney For Personal ding the Comprehensive "
February 7 on 1980 Thursday.to con Judgment of' Foreclosure ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL Representative, : Richard, Land. Use Plan Element. ..wlIT.\r.1ty: \ ftulo BAnk "r ,tarJ.e; ...

seder, a request for a entered in (him cause on OTHER PERSONS IN. E. Welty Esquire. Post and Mop of the City' of CITY COUNTY STATE ZIP CODE Ctu'te
VARIANCE from 'the January 21. 1980 ,the TERESTED IN THE ESTATE Office Box '995. 934 Stark.. Florida In. accordance .

Minimum lot d.pth requirement undersigned, as Clerk of YOU ARE HEREBY. North Temple Avenue with the 'local ; !radrord r'} cor 1a':: I' 32091 r
said Court will on the NOTIFIED that the" administration Starke. Florida 32091. Government. Com
of the 6-3Hiway STATE BANK NO.
Commercial. 25th day of February of the 904 964-8050. 1 31 2tchg preheniive Planning Act
1480 sell the following estate of SMITH A. 2 7. of 1975 as provided for
District. on that parcel of E
deceased Case ;ecen'-sr 11 1.i". >
land lying partly in the described real property DeVOE In. Chapter 163 Florida ,
Number 80.8 CP File, ASSETS MIt
5'. of SW'. of Section. situate' In Bradford Counly PUBLIC NOTICEAn Statutes and Chapter 25 TIIou.

28 and partly In theN Florida to.wit No. 1.3190. Is pending In ORDINANCE omen. Code of Odlnanc.CI.y. ,1 Cash .nd dUD 'from depository" institutions 1 0 1

W. of NW'. of Section. the Circuit Court for dIng the ComprehensiveLand of Starke' Florida. 2 us Treasury securities 2
Lot On. ((1)I) and South Bradford County To: All Citizens. To*. .
33 all in 6 Plan Element 1J
Township Use 3 Obligation 0' other S Government agencies and corporations 0 :I
56 feel I of' Lot Two ((2)) Florida Probate Divl payers and other interested *
South. 22 East in. and of the of
Rang. Mop City 4 0' States c
Obligations and : 4
iron. the address of political subdivisions in the United States
Stark Bradford Block One (I) of the R N. Starke In Persons
County Florida
which is Post' Office, 5 All other securities, 5CI
Florida said parcel be Dowling Addition, to the" with'' the local You and each of You
I. ing more particularly Town of Starke. Florida Drawer B. Storke are hereby and herewith Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements 10 resell T T B y

described a* follows: as per mop or plat Florida 32091 The personal Co'm'prehensive. given. notice In accordance 7 a LoanG. Total (ec'udlng' unearned Income. ) 1.

: Commence at a point 'thereof recorded in Deed representative' of of 1975 as provided for with Florida b Less allowance for possible, loan losses r 1bc
Book F on Page 557 of the estate Is ELVERIA Statutes and City Ordmances .
: where the line, dividing in Chapter 163 Florida Loan. Net TaB
; the current public LOUISE De VOE. whose City of Starke.
aid Section Intersects Statutes and Chapter 25 Lease financing receivables, II
records of Bradford address is 540 West Florida that 'the City ,
the Westerly boundaryof Code of Ordinances City 9 Bank lunllure, and 'fisturea. II
County Florida Adkins, Street'. Storke' Commission. of Starke ureml.O' and other assets representing bank premises
the of of
right way Florida 32091. The name of Starke Florida 10 Real estate owned other' 'than bank premises 10
State Road 200 (US 301)) To All C.tiien. .. Tax.poy.rl Florida has designatedthe
and address of the Per 11 All other assets tt
at auction to the City of Stark. Planning .
i and run Southerly along public and other, Interested -
: aid Westerly boundary highest bidder for cash' sonol Representative s Persons. and Zoning Commission 12 TOTAL ASSETS (sum at items 1 thru 11)) do 12LIABILITIES
at the East front door of attorney are set, forth to conduct a public :
r 8 85 feet to on iron pipe' You and each of You
I located at a point where" the Bradford County below are hereby and herewith hearing at a regular 13 Demand deposits, of ,Individuals, parinersh'pl.' and corporations 13

said Westerly boundary Courthouse In. Stark All persons having. given notice in accordance meeting to be held at 14 TIme and savings deposits' 01 indIvIdual. partnerships. and corporations" ) .' r 14

t intersects the Northerly Florida during the legal claims or demands with. Florida 7 30 p.m In the City 15 Depo"ls 0' United States Government '. J 15
I boundary of the of hour of sale to wit against estate are Commission room City .
right I lOOP required WITHIN THREE Statutes. and City Ordmances Hall Storke 16 Deposits" 0' States' and political subdivisions, In the United, States .' 18
M Florida
way of State Road SI OOA same being a City of' Storke on !
MONTHS FROM THE 17 All other one 11IB
sales and the 21. deposits
: (Edwards Road) for point legal day Florida that the City Thursday February I
i of beginning From point legal hour of sale DATE. OF THE FIRST Commission of Starke 1980 and make o recommendation Certified' ell
of beginning (hut DATED this 21st day of PUBLICATION OF THIS Florida has designatedthe to the City 19 Total C"POIIU (sum 0' "Items 13 thru 1BI) 19a

i described run Westerly January 1'180GilBERT NOTICE TO FILE WITH City of Starke Planning Commission and the Ci Total demand deposits, r:=::rr::: :::.. 198
along. said Northerly S. BROWN THE CLERK OF THE ty Commission will consider Talal .
and Zoning Commistion b tome end savings depoarts 111b
Clerk of Circuit Court on Tuesday March
247.1 f..t
boundary to TEN STATEMENT OF ANY to conduct a public 1980 said 20 Federal tends purchased and .eCllro" es sold under agreements 'to repurchase rIC 00 20 M
thence Northerly By s Marion McRae 4. ot the same
an iron pIp. hearing at o regular 2t demand 110105 balances issued 10 the US and r
and parallel with Deputy CI.rkPIERCE CLAIM OR DEMAND be field at place at 7 00 P M. an Ordmance In'eresl.bea"ng (Inol. ) Treasury
a HARDY PA THEY MAY HAVE Each meeting relating to > other "Ilnbrlities, for borrowed money r.e 2f .
said Westerly boundary 7 30 in. the City
SO 2 feet to an iron pipe By s George H Pierce cl" 'M must be m writing Commission p, m, room City The rezoning of the 22 Mortgage Indebtedness and Io.blloly for capltatozed leases tT' i O 22 .1
and must indicate' the 23 All Other liabilities 4
thence Easterly perptn P.O Drawer 1030 Hall Starke Florida on following described property 23
dicular to said Westerly. Starke Florida 32091 basis for the claim the Thursday February 21 and amending. 'the 24 TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated,. notes and debentures) (sum of items 19 thru 23)) n 24 I

boundary. 241.1 I left to Attorney for Plaintiff name and address of the 1980 and make 0 recommendation Comprehensive Land 25 SubO'd'na'ed' notes' and debentures' "Co116 25 A
1 31 7 creditor, or his agent or Use Plan that '- i
on Iron pipe located, on 2tchg2 to (he City to provide" EQUiTY CAPITAL

said Westerly boundary attorney claimed and 11th.the Commission and the City lands currently zoned I 1.1 26 P'e'erred' laCk a No shares outstanding r (par value' :C'nti: 26

thence Southerly" along. PUBLIC NOTICE claim amount is not yet due the Commission. will consider and designated by"the 27 Common Stock a No shares aulhorozed I s rr;' ;>] fuev
plan Light Industrial be
said Westerly boundary The Bradford County on Tuesday. March r .
dote when it will become b No. shares outstanding (per value 27
rezoned RM I and .
50 32 feet, to point of School Board Starke 4 1980 at the some said
beginning Said property Florida will hold a Public due shall bt slated' If place ot 7 00 P M an Ordmance designated' Mobile Home 2B S"rpl\jS ...s 're 21
lying' ot the corner of' Hearing on ProposedRule the claim is contingent. or relating to Subdivision the propertyof 29 Undivided, profits. and reserve for con"ngenCI' and other capital reserves 29

Hiway 301 land Edwards. "S3 14 for Terminal unliquidated, the natureof The reionmgj of the Arthur and Magnolia 30 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum 0' items 26 Ihru 29)) 7 30

Road The property of' Leave Pay For Non the uncertainty shall following described property Williams described' aa 3' TOTAL_ LIABILITIES AND EQUITV CAPITAL 'Mum 0' Items 24 25 and 30)) ] 1 .K 31
be stated' lithe claim is
Philip W. Clark and Lois Instructional Retirees on and amending. the follows L MEMORANDA
J. Clark Carlton S. February 18 1980 at i secured the security Comprehensive Land Lot One of Block One Amounts outstanding as 01 report dates Mamot
shall be described The
Whitehead, and Dora G. p m. In the School BoardRoom Use Plan to provide that E.W Hayes Sub Division, Standby letters or credit total'
shall deliver rl n lab
Claimant Hayes Sub Division, ,
WhiteheadEach of the Bradford'
lands zoned "
Sufficient copies of' the currently ( ? TIme cehcates 0' deposit In denominations 0' S100 000'or more Ib
and every PERSON County School R. 1C and designated Lying East of Hlway
claim to the clerk to 301 West of Seaboard c Other time, deposits ,In amounts, 0' SIOO 000 0' more 1c
having on lnt.rtst Administrative Offices Single Family Medium,
whatever In the 582 North Temple enable the clerk to moil. Density. be rezoned RM 1 Coastline| Railroad and 2 Average for 30 calendar days (calenda'. month) ending with report date

VARIANCE should appear Avenue Starke. Florida. one copy to each. Personal and designated. ) Mobile joining South City limits a Total deposits. (corresponds 10 stem 19 above' C 2a

and be "heard at' the Copies, of 'this proposed RepresentativeAll interestedIn Home Subdivision the of Starke,. Florida) r.'i"; NOTE "., iiso4 mist b. s In.d by an 'u"o"lfd" oN"."" end rnstid by not .Itss.'men /hrie drwtors tire/ thin Ih. O"'Clltl' ) "I"nl, this aeon

time and place prescnb Rule *5214 maybe obtained the persons estate to whom a property of Palmer You are further given I ... the .nd"grit 0"'tens' do taby dtcl". that, this R..o 01 Condllton, hnC'.dnl th.suptonmg. schdulesi' "O 'true a 'IM sit amy .no.'td.o' "d Stilt

edGEORGE from the of this Notice of Administrqtion Williams described as NOTICE that o copy of SIGNATURE OF OFFICER.St' AUTHORIZED TO SIGN REPORT AREA ODE TELEPHONE NO. OATS SIGNED
W ROBERTS Superintendent, Officeat copy follows said proposed OR* '. ::
has been. 9C9e7! :C '' '. 2l
r i 1' C
Chairman. Board of Ad. 582 North Temple moiled S 93.75 of 75 of W 360 DINANCE "is available t OJ :

fustment City of SfarkeA Avenue, Starke. Florida THREE are requiredWITHIN MONTHS of W't' of S''. of S' (A your inspection at/ the NAME AN0 TITLE OF OtFICERISt AUTHORIZEO TO SIGN REPORT We the undersigned dvectors. attest the carrectnsss et tens Report of

L. Crosby Jr This, Is in compliance FROM THE DATE OF THE lot on the North side, of Office, of' the Planning, Condition (snciuding the supOarting scndules) end declare that a has

Secretory with Florida Statutes FIRST PUBLICATION OF East Crum Street) and Zoning Official, City =ec11 :'rb..k 1 t C a'h1::, been etemned by us and to the best of cur knowledge and bei, t hes bier
1 24 2tchg 1 31. Chapter 73.310. onacted You ore further Hall Starke FloridqlEach ;
THIS NOTICE to fife,' anyobiections given oreoared contOrmsnce wqh tire Instruction, and is it ten c fear
by the 1974 they NOTICI that a copy of and Every person GNATURE OF 0 C R SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR SIGNATURE F DIRECT011Lnre
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Florida Legislature may said proposed OR. having an Interest
have that challenge the
FLORIDA EIGHTH Thomas L. Casey of the Decedent DINANCE ,is avai(able) for whatever in Th. enactment
validity >
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IM Jr.. of this proposed
your Inspection ot the 1r
t Will the quolifica, *
AND FOR BRADFORD! Superintendent of lions of the PersonalRepresentative Office of the Planning ORDINANCE should appear nFlorld4 Coewv P Bradford
COUNTY FLORIDA. School the and Zoning Off,cial City .and be heard attire ..... ...... sins .troN M and svhure/Ad/ Arlnr. m, ISO. 21 a t durFJanaar Ie
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CASE NO. 79.442. January 23. 1980 of Hall Stark Florida. time and place prescribed wilts. s at AL. and Z henbv r.Nfy roe, I e.r en, an epiree it direr'..nl IArs IianL /'
venue or jurisdiction
MOItTGAGIFORECLOSURE :2 7 2tcfrig 14. Each and Every Person # Iv [emNnnim Ir I ..rLs ,
rG..ar ,
the Court. ALBERT L. CROSBY .-, : bf FitkibA Aru0RC1 K PneAA.1"iaiLiItat ,
having an Interest
GUARANTY FEDERAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DEMANDS. AND OBJEC whatever in the enact JR Planning A Zoning G'f JS..n EAPIREf FEB. Hi. 1911
SAVINGS < LOAN Official, City of Storke

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NOTICE Of E. Call: Street Stocks, dory thereof, Three ((3)) to It on LAWRENCE J. ling the owner's ormember's valorem tax relief for TION OR thatilEIKSPRESSI-10 the power to execute the
INTENTIONTO Florida. Intend to feet to on Iron pipe !BERNARD ESQUIRE proprietary Interest .. permanent resident LY affects a class of cam process of the court
REGISTER register the said name (hereinafter referred to plaintiff's' attorney, bidder for cash In hand In a corporation renters, and providingthat stltutlonal or state officers throughout the state, -
FICTITIOUS with the Clerk of the Clr. as IP) located on tho whose address Is 1001 the above described property owning o fee or a the $25,000 exemption .ot THAT EXPRESSLY and In any county may
NAME tult Court of Bradford Southerly boundary ol Blackstone Building of sold defendant 'leasehold Initially In excess from certain ad AND DIRECTLY CONFLICTS deputize the sheriff or a
County. Florida. the right of way of a Jacksonville Florida to satisfy the aforesaid of ninetyeightyears. valorem school millage with a decision of deputy sheriff for such
Pursuant to Section Owners, Bernard F. graded County rood for 32202: 904/632-2010 on Execution. levies shall take effect ANOTHER district court purpose
B65.0V Florida Statute, Hufflngtan. Joanne M. point off beginning. From or before February IS. /s/Dolph I. Reddish upon approval by the of appeal or of the Bl IT FURTHER
notice ta hereby given I Hufflngton and point off beginning( thus I 180 and lie the Sheriff Bradford County (b) Not more than one voters and apply to the supreme court on the RESOLVED that the
that the underslgnec)Bob Christine Marie Huff. described, continue original with the clerk of Florida. 1/17 .!Chg 2/7. exemption shall be taxes 'levied. on the some qupstlon of law. fallowing statement be
Gordon Enterprises Inc. Ington. 1/10 .tcha 1/31 Eighty ((80)) degrees and this Court either before allowed any Individualor assessment rolls for the ((4)) MAY REVIEW placed on the ballot:

Route 3. Box 266. Starke, Eighteen ((18) minutes service on plaintiff's attorney PROPOSEDCONSTITUTIONAL family unit or with year 1980 and each year ANY DECISION OF A
Flo. 32091. doing East. One Hundred Fifty" or Imm.dl..lyth.r.alt.r respect to any residential thereafter. DISTRICT COURT OF AP- CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT .
'business under. the firm In the Circuit Court ol '(ISO) loot to an 'IP: : otherwise a AMENDMENTS TO BE unit. No exemptionshall PEAL THAT PASSES
"Chile of "GORDON AIR Bradford County, thence South Zero ((0)) default will be entered VOTED ON exceed the value of NO.2AIITICLE UPON"> QUESTION CER. ARTICLE V, SECTION 3
CONDITIONING AND Florida. Case No degrees and One ((01)) against you for the relief MARCH I 11,1990NOTICE the real estate V TIFIED BY IT TO BE OF Proposing an amendment .
HEATING Route 3. Box 79-394-CA. minute East Sixty-live demanded In the com assessable to the owneror. JUDICIARYSECTION GREAT PUBLIC IMPORTANCE to the State Constitution .

266. Stork. Flo. 33091 TUCKER BROS. INC. a ((65)) feet to an IP: thence plaint or petition. OF 'In case of ownership OR THAT IS CERTIFIED to modify the
Intends to register Mid BY IT TO BE 'INDIRECT (jurisdiction of theSup..m.
Florida corporation South Zero (0) degreesand WITNESS my hand and ELECTIONWHEREAS through stock or 3. Supremecourt.
fictitious, Homo under the the seal ol this Court CONFLICT WITHA Court.
Plaintiff vs MALACHI one, ((01)) minute an membership' In a corporation --
provisions. of aforesaidstatute. JENKINS et ux., et *I.. East along said Westerly Gilbert S. Brown As The tho value ol (a) ORGANIZA DECISION OPANOTHER
Defendanti( ). boundary One HundredNineteen Clark ol the Court By Legislature under the the proportion which his TION.--The supreme DISTRICT IN TESTIMONY
Bob Gordon Enter NOTICE and Thirteen /s/Beuluh M. Moody. As Constitution of the State Interest 'in the corpo.a.tlon court shall consist of COURT OF APPEAL. WHEREOF. I have
prltoa, Inc. owner. OF ACTION Hundredth ((119.13) feet Deputy CI.... 1/10 tchg of Florida, passed Joint bears to the assessed seven justices. Of the (5)) MAY REVIEW hereunto set my hand
Dated this 34th day ol each ANY ORDER OR JUDG. and affixed. the, Great
to 1/31. value of the seven justices
an IP located property. appellate
TO Resolutions
: FAIRFAX FAMILY on the proposing
January A.D. 1980 In Seal of the State of
district shall have
FUND INC. a corpora.Nan Easterly boundary off the amendments to the Constitution (c) By g.n..ollow and Florida
Bradford at Tallahassee
County. 1744chg214. least CERTIFIED BY THE ,
at one (justiceelected
of conditions
Principal place of way of Stole at the State of subject to
the Capital this the 17th
or appointedfrom
specified therein the
business Unknown Florida and they did exemption
YOU ARE NOTIFIED North Eighty-nine ((89)) determine and direct SHALL IE IN. the district to the IN WHICH AN APPEAL day' of December. A.D..
degrees and Thirty-four SHERIFF'S SALE that the said Joint CREASED TO A TOTAL supreme court who Is a IS PENDING TO BE 1979.
PUBLIC NOTICE Cre.11060an Ihe action to ((34) minutes East' One Notice Is hereby given Resolutions be submittedto OF TWENTY-FIVE THOU resident of the district at OF GREAT PUBLIC 1M.PORTANCE.ORTOHAVE GEORGE FIRESTONE.

The annual mooting ol the properlyon Hundred Seventy-throgs that I, Dolph E. Reddish the electors of the SAND DOLLARS OF THE the time of his original SECRETARY OF STATE.
tho stockholders of following proper and Forty-nine, Hundredths 12/27 2tchg 1/3.
ty In Bradford as sherifff off Bradford State of Florida at the ASSESSED VALUE OF THE appointment or election. A GREAT EFFECT ON THE
COMMUNITY STATE Florida ((173 49)) feet loan IP; County florida. under Special Election to beheld REAL ESTATE FOR EACH Five justices shall constitute PROPER ADMINISTRATION
BANK. Stocks, Florida : thence, North Zero 'to) and by virtue of Writ of SCHOOL DISTRICT LEVY. a quorum. The OF JUSTICETHROUGHOUT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
A parcel of land lying on March II, 1980.
for the election ol In the Northeast QuarterNE degrees and One ((01)) Execution to-wit. BY GENERAL LAW AND concurrence off four THE OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Director and the transaction minute West One Hundred Execution Issued out SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS justices shall be STATE. AND CERTIFIED CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
( V.) of North..tQuo.t. NOW THEREFORE. I I.
of any other .. Filty-nine and of Circuit Court off GEORGE SPECIFIED necessary to a decision. TO REQUIRE IMMEDIATE BRADFORD COUNTY
(NE/4)) of .
business that Eighty nine Hundredths Florida RESOLUTION BY THE
may Southwest Alachua County. of State of the THEREIN. THE EXEMP. When recusols lor causewould FLORIDA.
Quarter' Secretary
come before the ((159, 9)) feet to on' :IP pursuant to a Final TION FOR ALL OTHER prohibit the court SUPREME COURT
(SWIA ) of Section State off Florida do
'meeting will be held at located on Southerly Judgement for lake hereby notice that LEVIES Increased from convening becauseof ((6)) MAY REVIEW A Civil Action Case No.
Twenty-live ((35)). give a may
the office of said Bank, boundary aforesaid and
; Area State Bank the requirements ol QUESTION OF LAW CERTIFIED 80-40.
Township Five ((5)) South Special Election will behold up to an amount not exceeding
on January 31. 1980. thence South Eighty-nine against Bob L. Cooper this section fudges BV THE SUPREME IN RE: The marriage of
In each thousand
Range Twenty-two ((23): ) County In ten
between the hours, of ((89)) degrees and Thirty the LEON
East, Bradford County. defendant In Florida on March II, dollars al the assessed assigned to temporary COURT OF THE UNITED OTTIS RIDAUGHT
1:30 P.M. and 2 P.M. Florida said beIng lour (34) minutes West amount of $$10.434 1980. ir the ratification volu..111h.ealostalelfthe duty may be substituted STATES OR A UNITED Husband and MARIA' ANNETTE
: parcel
o'clock. 1/34 2lehg: more particularly along said Southerly together .with coits- of or rejection ol the Joint owner has attainedage far justices.b STATES COURT OF AP. RIDAUGHT Wife.
1/31. boundary Three Hundred collection. PEALS WHICH IS DETERMINATIVE NOTICE
Resolutions, totally ( ) JURISDICTION."Thesupreme
described as follows: proposing sixty-fiv or Is
Twenty-one and Hove seized and haveIn OF THE CAUSI ACTION
Commence at the Nor. amendments ta the Constitution and permanently
Thirty-four Hundred my possession the disabled.d AND FOR WHICH THERE TO: MARIA ANNETTE
thwest corner ol sold off the State of .
NOTICE! UNDER FIC. Northeast, Quarter ((321.34)) feet, to point of following described personal Floridawins; : ( ) BY GENERAL LAW ((1) Shall hear appeals IS NO CONTROLLING RIDAUGHT. 3710 Alton
TITIOUS NAME LAW (NE1of) Northeast beginning.has property to.wit* AND SUBJECT TO CON. from final PRECEDENT Of THE Sliest, Metoile, Loul-
NOTICE IS HEREBY Quarter (NE'/i) of been tiled against l 196 Mercury 2 dr ID 1 I I NO.1 I IARTICLE DITIONS SPECIFIED judgments of trial courts SUPREME COURT OF Stan 7000?.
GIVEN that the under Southwest Quarter you and MALACHI No. 9H13H5152H THEREIN THE Imposing the death FLORIDA. YOU ARE HEREBY
JENKINS AND OLA MAE VII ((7)) May Issue writs NOTIFIED that action
LEGISLATURE penalty and from decisions an
signed.desiring to (SW%), and run South 1967 Ford! Truck ID No. FINANCE AND .
JENKINS his wile and of prohibition to courts for Dissolution of Marriage
In business TO RENTERS WHO ol district courts of
engage Zero ((0)) degreei and F73FUA8A049
required toserve TAXATIONSECTION and all writs has been filed and
you are ARE appeal DECLARING INVALID necessaryto
under the fictitious PERMANENT
name One ((01) minute East Section 21 Township 6
a copy of yourw.llI.n A STATE STATUTEOR the complete exercise you are required to
SHOP. at 138 along the boun.
Westerly South Range 22 East 6.
defenses. if ol Its luiUditlion.
any. VALOREM TAX) RELIEF A PROVISION OF THE serve a copy of your
Commence the Northeast Homestead ...mp. ON SCHOOL DISTRICT STATE CONSTITUTION. ((8)) May issue writs written defenses. Iff ony
corner of Section tions. LEVIES. SUCH AD ((2)) When providedby of mandamus and quo to It, on the Petitioner's
South 31 degrees West VALOREM TAX RELIEF general low shall warranto, to state Officers Attorney whose name
950 feet to Center ofRailroart (a) Every person who end state agen and address is Paul D.
J lttl1E. rind Cantor of has the
legal or ANDAMOUNT judgments entered In cies. Newell. P.O. Box 654,
Canter Street North '72 equitable title to real ((9)) or Keystone Heights
Real 1 Estate Broker ESTABLISHED BY proceedings lor the May any
degrees West on Center estate and maintains Justice Issue writs Florida 37656 and file
GENERAL LAW. validation of bonds or may.
ISO W. Call St.Sterice .
Street 1054.6 feet South thereon the
FIORIUUWREALTY permanentresidence certificates of Indebtedness ol habeas corpus returnable the original with the
16 degrees West 375 feet off the owner,
BE IT FURTHER AND SHALL before tho.upr.m. clerk of the above styled
9645527Special for Point of Beginning shall be exempt from RESOLVED that the REVIEW ACTION OF court or any court on or before March
Continue South 16 taxation thereon except following statement be STATEWIDE' AGENCIES justice, a district, court of 18 1980. otherwise a
Ploone9".771110 degrees' Welt 180 feet assessments for special
appeal or judge judgment may' be
the ballot RELATING TO RATES OR any
;93 N.Tt>mplo Avenue North 72 degrees E 1 3feel. benefits up to the on : SERVICE Of UTILITIES thereof or any circuit entered against you for
North 16 degrees assessed valuation of
2 Trailer Parks. *- East 180 feet South 72 five thousand dollars. GAS 'OR TELEPHONE (c) CLERK AND MARSHAL the complaint or Peti
degrees East 193 feet to upon establishment of .
.1 trailer 11 trailers. 10 acres good frontage .. ARTICLE VII. SECTION 6 SERVICE. supreme tion.WITNESS
park Approx. 6 acres. Fenced, Point Beginning.As right thereto in the manner review court shall appoint a my hand and
May any
S6t.oro. on graded road the properly of the prescribed by law. Proposing amendments decision of a district clerk and a marshal who seal of said Court this
.I trailer park I I trailers. 2 BR frame house born near town- above nomad defendantand The real estate may beheld to tffe Slate Constitution court of appeal THAT EXPRESSLY shall hold office during 18lh day ol January
prox. 22 acres fenced pastureland. SI 13,000. aRGE that on Monday. the by legal or to provide a DECLARES the pleasure of the court 1980.

down payment. Owner will finance. balance. HANDYMAN SPECIAL 11th day of February. equitable title, by theentireties homestead exemption of VALID STATE STATUTE. and perform such duties Gilbert S. Brown, As
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY house end corner let 13' 1990; at one o'clock on jointly In S25.000 from certain ad OR THAT EXPRESSLY as this court directs. Clerk of the Court By:
I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great an Bay St. 52 on Jefferson. .aid day on the premises common as a condominium valorem school mil log. CONSTRUES A PROVISION Their compensation shall /s/Beuloh M. Moody. As
location. of the Bradford County or Indirectlyby levies providing OF THE STATE OR be fixed by g.n.r..llaw. Deputy Clerk.l314tchg3'21..
I Tackle and Bait business large Inventory. PROFIT MAKING BUSINESS Jail I will offer for sale stock ownership or authorization for ad FEDERAL CONSTITU The marshal shall have : .

One city block In downtown Starka, just waiting for the 10 acres land. c.>rner property and sell', to the highest membership rapresen-

... 660' on 301 MO' an __ .
opportunity for downtown mall .n \ .------t;;; ; ; -;;. ... ..
Rd. All "
apprax. e.OOO eq. ft. Needs roof and Morgan. Inventory.
"h standing walls. $41,000. '0.'.

.r Property Will Pay For Itself Room. I'Ie bath. near

... Handyman's special"I 14 rental school no refr.-n. stove,

; 1st and last mo. rent. (CORREAL ESTATE D
.. $13.300. I
I BA CH/A Zoned Commercial 4 9. ROOM 2 Bath location gar

". ., 3 BR 2 BA Upstairs, living Saratoga His Very
help pay mortgage. liveable Furniture optional. REALTY

L. Needs repairs. Residents or 4 apart .

I ( ) SSI.I 300. 3 .. ROOM 11% Bath
Apartment on side. Zoned commer- Conc. Blk. home utility
: bldg., fenced yard. fair FAULKNER rg CECILIA!

We Handle Rentals *, priced. Payments ...Ithlnmod..t. """ 205 N. Tompire I Stcrki74 ,
4 Bo Home, $250 mo._ range.Evenlngsi 3S4-50BS 7

ui to list your property. Pease call REHLTY Ralph I Bryan Real I Estate WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

John I. Glover '
: Reel Estate Broker GRI.Vernle P. .Odam.4-547e Broken =j 310 W. Call St., Starke [B.

.,. A..oclat.cf'Qtd '.arIAndr.w. '4-773t 'H -VA2,30CSN..T.lmpl.I".A'va II a bl. (Cor. US 301 t Call Street) 3 WOOD BtOROOM ACRI 2: BATH LOT. NEIDS(3 YEARS A LITTLE OLD)WORK.ON BEAUTIFUL

l.G.Dail, t''.7591 .
10 DAYS ONLY 964-8788 !01 Al PRICE. . . . . .. .. .. $22.000.00
3BR. IB. 3 acres w/nlce llsh pond. $24. 00. OUR OFFICE NOW GENERALLY CONCERNED ABOUT

: 3 BR. I'/i .. 12 .5oOl&bJ*.{!.I"'L}ie on 3 Kr.. 510.900.( WESTERN AUTO. TO OWN YOUR OWN HOME WE Will BE GLAD TO I
Ml North Trail Metal Lewtey 31 31ALL Washington St. Lot with building A chain link ON SR 2301 or COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES. ,'

Office 7B1-3131 Hams 702-396 M le.cWSIS.0041)! )
Hwy. 301 N appro 2 acre with CB home owner firsencLOTS IS ACREAGIl NEW liSTINGS
SECLUSION and the convenience FOREST HGTS. Restricted V4 set. Lets $2.400 end up Neat 2 Bill. home oN Rd. 125-4 acres 32000.

SOMETHING SPECIAL of living In town. ed.Store building downtown.Call st. Over 3000 square..... Terms I Acre, well septic tank pump house elec. hookup

Br 2 Ba. CB home with Giant Live Oaks shade this utility bldg. 5500.
home In Country very on 3 Ac. CH/A Fireplace In living 12 x 44 mobile home ACREAGE I ROILING HILLS (Boyleis Highway) 1 ecre A up $3.500 a I -3 BR 2 B Central$ heat new carpet t Acr.52'.000.

3 B... :I ta. with CHARm.. Separate efficiency sparkling' with pride 01 Hvty IDOW-Beautlful acres only 1000. per acre, vary up-10% down. 1.5 Acres near Presbyterian Church A Hospital 39.000. I
Charming brick fireplace can help' make the mortgage ownership. Two acres 01 good terms.BO 431 Center St. 3 BR IB 436.000 Convenient location. I
in Cm. Rn Built-in payments. Located good land 2 wells 2 septic ) acres Marian County Owner financed. I LAWTEY 3 acres A up. $3.000 per acre terms. 7 trailer lots Brownie* Rd. $4.000 per lot 20% dawn. I

Vacuum .11'.,..... All this an :2.60 Ac. Owner financing tanks, (set up for another .3 acres Hwy 225, good land. In posture. 2,750 per ecre.2Vt I 7.11 acres well. pole A septic SI9.3OO. Rd. I CO A single wide "Richardson" trailer 43400. Neat.
and more far $34.000. available $66.500. M.H.) Included at S17.OOO.Hlghrldge acre Hampton area. Includes well septic light 10 acres pines $12,000 & $24,000. 1320 Johns Dr. Saratoge Helghte good neighborhood. I
1;;" pole' terme. SOMETHING SPECIAL
the HANDY with 1340' 301 $54.500 t.r.....
Something US 301 N. 34.35: Acres on ,
EstatesNeeand '21 acres Hwy 301 South. Historical home 554 N. Cherry St. 4490.. ft. 12 rms. 2%
Must see ta appreciateMAN 4 ... Frame home In
nestled under clean Dbl. Wide, 3 bra '40 pecan trees, 2t% acres. 12 70 M.H. Con. H/A. 2 baths-Bflreplaces-4beoutllul lols-S4.0OO Owner fin.'
Stucco home the Country on I lAc. and 2 baths all electric, MM hookups 2s acres In Improved pasture. Fenced. GRAHAMs * *
tho protective.branches, of Owner wants ta Retire. family' roam dressing Goad location. 30 acres, half weeded half Improved" 70 acres with 3 BR handy men house SI,400 per acre.HOMISl 404 N.Cherry- 2 lerg.furnished ".. Owner financed.
fine Pecan Trees and old Call today. Only S27.000. *, * *
room central heat and air. creek frontage partially fenced. Ocale block 3 BR 2 B
pasture Rd. farm
Brownie 14 Acres
historic Calk T,_.. A I plus
verylovely 2 BR Concrete Block, I large I lot SZ..000.
ACREAGE large a Small Just listed 21500. 13.6S acres LAKE SUTLIR AREA. II.500. Owner willllnance. home with CHAA carpets drapes, $",Soo.IS .
for 3 Br.
setting a OWNER FINANCING Specious, reasonable- greet location for small business Ar If ;
home. A lot of home for LOW DOWN Race for spaceT Not In this 2 BR black-w/w. cerpet-Franklln fireplace-stove rot Rd. 225. Nice Name, with. 2 A..... '' BR, 2B CH4A.

the low p'c.ol' 525.SOO.VERY PAYMENTS Immaculate mobile home HOMES 27000. garage-143,500. or 12 Acres $43.400.

on two ecres. This home '3 bedroom. I both en I acre, fvko trees, 17500. Terms" SMALL TOWN REAL ESTATB BARGAINS:
comes with 2 bra, family '3 IR I Bath on city tot fenced 13.tOO, under ForgoveGRAHAMs Very neat 2 er 3 BR frame home en I ecre with House beautiful Edwards Rd. 3 BR 2 B CHAA.Best .
room, dining ream, kit tlon. carport.... fg. utility bldg. $24.000. neighborhood 1301 Searing 3 ..2. CHAA.

FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN chen. Fla. room. Inside .Z...... ecre 2 BR 1 Beth ".500. .4 BR 2 B brick. 10 acres Rd. I2S Home with many.extras.

BRADFORD COUNTY CALL utility end a teporate 4room 0 10 acres with BR. 2 .". C/. home. CH4A. chain link. KINGSLEY LAKE :Lot 4 Butler Court $3990.
home for your fenced yard many fruit trees. several pecans, fenced A Brick duplex with '90 ft. on water $".500. I House A 2 acres off Rd. I2S bo...: fenced $34.900.

mother-in-law' located In cross-fenced ...Iu... 2 small loa..... Terms. Beautiful lot near Country. Club 200'024'$1301111 an 230.
BILL POWELL Graham $35,500.HandymenSix Seuthgete-2BR, 1 Beth, family room c."., A/C unit.STliAWSINNY ACRESl. I Comfortable home pretty grounds. 1MB Pratt..
nice comer let. $2B,500. Terms. Country Estate Large 2-stery Cape Cod on 14 beautiful j I .13 act. $17,000.

REAL ESTATE room black Hwy 224. stone exterior, n.... 2 BR, t Bath with 4 acres I ;fenced and cross fenced act*.. ln.eetment-4 rentals Cell a low St. $4$.000.

home located In Stork. under cultivation bam and garage comb.. fenced.Klngiley .. : .Com..clallat next to Tarwlllegar Reelty.

itsI W.lnll"t. 44-0444 24 live Needs your T.l.C. $12,000. leke area 2 acres, 4 1 bedroom I bath 2.....,. I llAWTEVt OWNER PINANCEOl.
N. lovely landscaped yo"' Grow your own strawberries en this epprox. 2 acres enl 417 V/eatmorelend 2 4R 1 B furnished I,500.
Whispering surround. .... 22S has 2 BR frame house A shed 8 19.125. fat fieme trailer 5.4OO.
Wonted; For Development pines Great Room IB1 x 21' with fireplace.. Soeorete dining l 2.4 acres In Hampton er
Properties' this comfortable; heme.situated Must ,3 rentals en nice forge let. I Includes 2 BR frame house. I LARGE M next ta Bradford Mts'so .. _
WE Will BUY DIRECT roo.... Study. 3 bedrooms 2 baths. 2 ...... 301 bldg acre
I. NOCOMMIISIONINVCXVIDI on 2V ecres. *. Good terms.Breaker ,24.54 daublewlde MM ((3 Bt IV* Ba) A 12x49 MH ((3 BR I ] .20 some prim cemmerclal-NIM-IO A each side, 301.

: Brick fireplace provides a Areat Three bedroom, I lath concrete block. Be) monthly 1 Income $45O.$44,000. .Greet property ecrass Irons Holiday INN. Venatllel

, WANT TO TURN YOURpCtpS"y friendly atmosphere In the home. Central) heat B air. Fenced beck y.,.. Good twoNew 3 BR home with Greet Room A Flreplece, 'CHA A an 4 .13 came 301 A Morgan Rd $39.000.Hemstsn ..
IF YOU mra-CASM CALL BILL POWELL specious living ream.Large tlori. Only 139.MO. acres. .. paved..... $.. .000 Includes tractor A disk her- Ooks let l25-S7fOO-pretty trees.
I I screened attached .... Griffin timber- $10,500.
parch '.16 Leap
seres or
Ole. *..-.... ....%
) Over Two Hundred Lets 2 car carport. HOMISITES .Store A opts en 101.127.100. Leek. this overt
'1 inside el fork*Per Sale' workshop) are |just a few of Crosby lake restricted! I hamesltes.' breker-awner. T_.. MANY. MANY OTMIW3Ii I 7000* ... ft, CB bldg. en Rd. 14$. great potential.
;I Ipoct.'rIcoCforTor"City '" the extras of this BradfordCo. .." acres $2.000. M town. i DON'T u somtr vow WONT CAUI __ .iMtahberhaad. .Bessent ....-...... lot under $...000.

SEE know home. $42,4001-' .2 Ms )n city, paved. $0,500.,excellent. .. tonne.Peul I.$ Cevrnry Club.lets 1 acre h.l605O.. seek.mm"ost .
! I .large opt. complex' 301 STa.OOO." cash flew.I .
Pint time the market. $ Refpjt P. BryewReelter 1 I black hem. ) Convenient.
., Real. Estate en H.Feulkner-Reettar "' *take Bl. Ocele trees$27.500)
Iii Bill Powell Lillian C. PeersonBntkerSalosman
I Ales sellclf listingsCemlMiens act. tracto of virghs' ...... Sueen M. '_110_RealtorsVnlngsM4404 I %.-.201 I. I Cell cemmerclel .let WxltO'.S9.9OO.. A .1........ I
These tracts era high 1 "" !- I Call St. commercial let >>....'.11..100. Busy center* I
I: Negotiable flow' sprinklod with., live W ayno L Demies ,' A Office Mene.er | 1..Hem* (commercial) a rental settee* "112t.500"I I

51 CON Coke er AssociatesM oaks and .'_. located) In UALTOIASSOOAm 9"PWkerisei"mm_"" . 1 44-531 j.3 buildings. en Cell I t-ept. epstatrsK Use --|, r

'...........M4-U3I th.IC.-! nomeloweares.twollalle Irene ...,._ "..".., i 1 II__ Aragoolortago I

: CWO(Chi) Dam .........t44-437$ hionmis permitted. Veda M. Setttee-Evo. 444.5044'Julie David'EDyelusssJati : ovdem- Vtekl "Powell I Byre Tervrineoar. After Mason Mertfie DenVenekkeNannafi
l Robert A.MdI_..e4-727* owner financed excellent t, OrHfls Bv*.V44474BWBDOAPPtAWAlS ,. Awgwkoxa Associate 72-397
_.. priced. from St."* $eUyKNIIoVMt2B4.
Nevte$.Ward. M4-74M 444-122 .44-44I3. ......., 94-777 I
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1 :METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIPContinuing ( Conservation'Comments "1 Starke Elementary School NewsI I

in their basketball practice The third game went to the Williamsteam by Ben Smith ((3) You should Inspect fuel conditions Attention teachers: In-Servlce piggy banks. Mrs. Geraldine Tomlin-i i
the youth group divided into four with a score of 26 to 22 over the Soil Conservationist Woodlands should be burned at Bulletin on Feb. 8 and 9 the Alachua son assisted Mr.Williams with the art
teams and challenged each other last Mundorff team with John Denmarkand least every 3 years, otherwise the County Education Association in con activity. .
Sunday evening.The Richard Gaines scoring high Controlled Burning fire's intensity may be great enough junction with FEA/United. Is sponsoring Mrs. Tetstone Is very proud of her,
points. The last game was won by 22 to damage pine trees. a regional QUEST (Quality straight A students. They are Allsha:
teams were follows: Captain toll with the Miller team coming out Controlled or prescribed burning b Education Standards in Teaching) Manning. Train Blye and Freddy,
Chuck Williams, Richard Gaines ahead of the Reddish team and Kevin a useful management practice where (4) Enough tools equipment and Conference for fourteen area counties Cain. Alisha and Fredd also recillvedWendy's
Mark Mitchell Greg Thornton andGrant Miller and Chuck Williams scoringthe the area to be burned .la preplannedand experienced: should be Including Bradford coupons for earning satisfac-:
Williams; Captain Kevin high points in the game. the intensity of the fire.is controlled. hand to do the manpower Job before you begin or Bradford County teachers are Invited tory grades In behavior and class, ef-:'
Miller Jay Eaves Brett Smith, Doug If done properly it will improve burning. to attend and may apply for in- fort/participation. Most improved-
Reddish and Bill Sanders; Captain Next Sunday evening, Feb. 3, all wood production and'woodland grazing service points. The registration fee is students this six.weeks were Johnny.<
Doug Reddish, Mark Mitchell Daryl groups will meet at the church at 6 and prevent wildfire. (s) Burn only when wind and $6 pro-registration or$7.50 day of con- Siegmund, Eric Walton and RoberHankerson. /,
Thornton. Joe Prevatt 'and Richard p.m for snack supper and Bible Study The landowner .la responsible for moisture ference. Those on the A-B honor.,
Gaines; Captain Pat Mundorff, John will begin at 6:30: p.m. keeping the fire under control on his timum weather conditions conditions are right. Op In-service forms are available roll were Tommy Balkcom Scott.
Denmark Glen Gnann Blain Dyal Last Sunday afternoon 24 youth and own land. There are certain precautions 15 to 20 occur: only through In-service contacts Elaine Allen. Robert Hankerson Adrian,
and Todd Denton.In counselors of all three groups enjoyedan you must follow for a safe burn: of December days during the 3 month Griffis or Joy Tetstone. Mosley. Eric Walton, Yong ;Sue.'
period thru
afternoon of skating in Gainesville. ((1) You must obtain a burning February. The School Law workshop Is being Hankerson Vickie McFarlane"a: nd
the first game the Miller team Future plans are now being made authorization by calling the Divisionof (6) You should notify adjacent lan held under the direction of BITS prin- Jenny Williams. Most Improved
took the lead over the Williams team with the youth groups to attend the Forestry's District Office at downers of your intentions to burn. cipal Jim Duncan. Please don't forget students this six weeks were Johnny/
with a score of 20 to 14 with Kevin Passion Play In Lake Wales In the 964-5436. the concluding dates of the workshop Siegmund, Robert Hankenon I and
Miller and Mark Mitchell scoring near future and organization of the (2) Check firebreaks and if you are attending. They are Thurs Eric Walton. ..... .
high points. The second game ended Methodist Youth Softball team will reconstruct them if necessary. Plow- Controlled burning.can be a useful day. Jan. 31, Monday Feb. <4< and Tommy Balcom from Mrs.
begin soon. ed flrelines should 1001101'good woodland management, Thursday Feb. 7. The time of each Tetstone's room won the January
with a score of 20 to 10 in favor of be at least 6 feet if ahead and take the ,
Doug Reddish's team over Pat Mundorff's wide and be clear of brush and other you plan The Soil Conservation proper workshop is 3-4.30: p.m. in the BHS reading contest. He received a prize.
team with Glen Gnann and Don Denton flammable material. Division of precautions. Media Center. Mrs.Tetstone was proud of the following
Youth Director Service can help you determine The following students from our students for reading books at
Richard Gaines scoring high points. forestry Rangers can under certain whether
woodlands could benefit
conditions plow firellnes for $18 per from your school attended a field trip to the Division home on a regular basis: Allsha Manning
hour. You can request their servicesby assistance a burning call program. For of Forestry tree seedling nurseryat David Stephens Derrick Long, .
calling the Division of Forestry 9644280. ext 289. Chiefland on Tuesday, Jan. 22: Scott Allen and Tiffany Clark i .
STRAIGHT FROM BILL GUNTER District Office. Tommy Blakcom. 2nd grade; Blaine Those having perfect attendance.
Thornton 4th grade; Lisa Mosley 4th for the first semester In Mr*.
grade; Melissa May. 5th grade; John Winkler's second grade are: Donnie
ButaneLighters Can Be HazardousThe Reichert, 2nd grade and Annette Francis, Tawanda Tyson Greg
.. 4-H Tree Sale Is Total Sell Out Balkcom. 5th grade. Thomas Tyrone Sanders. Tori Kelly

National Safety Council recently Issued warnings about the hazards of Ron Wishart Shaun Nichols and.
butane cigaret lighters if they are misused or carried into places where high sell.We do hope that it did not presentany Starke Elementary Classroom News welcomes two Shane Greene. .. ,i
heat and sparks are common. .. problems for them. -1k .
teachers Miss and
: Cindy Cissy Mrs.
Here are some examples of Incidents reported to the Council: We plan to sell trees again next Teresa Patterson. Miss Is oI';: "
oA welder suffered third degree burns when Intense heat caused a butane year. So If you want trees please be Mrs. Ann Goodall Gissy In fourth Tech.Sgt.Charles DerrickTAMPATechnical
lighter in his shirt pocket to rupture.A early and buy them on the first day ,
grade. Mrs. Patterson is
man was severely burned when a spark entered his pocket and caused his they are sold. relieving sergean.
lighter to Ignite.A At this time we want to express our Mrs. Debbie Dixon in kindergarten Charles M. Devrick, son of Mr. and).
loud bang was heard by men working near furnace.Later they found parts The Green Acres 4-H Club says to the Bradford County who Is taking a maternity leave. Mrs. Denver R. Devrick of Route 2r
of a ruptured butane lighter. thank you to everyone that bought Telegraph for all the coverage they From Mr. William's third grade- Keystone Heights, has arrived for du :.
According to the Council numerous injuries also occur In homes when the their trees. We also want to say we have given us on all our projects. With the feeling that all people need to ty here at MacDIll Air Force Base. f:
lighter tanks are being refilled. Some of the injured were children, but many are sorry that there were those that Again, thanks to nil for making our be creative and succeed, and also Sergeant Derrick a computer: ?,,
were adults who spilled the fluid on their hands clothing, curtains or nearby wanted trees but were not able to buy tree sale a successful one. have something constructive and systems technician was previously{
furniture. The effect was similar to a lighted wick In a kerosene lamp. Damaged them due to an unexpected sell out. tangible to remember in third grade, assigned at Mountain Home Air ::
? lighters may suddenly engulf the victim's face with flames when a spark is This was the first year for our club to Peggy A.Reichert,Leader we have again completed our piggy Force Base. Idaho. .
struck. sell trees and we have learned from Green Acres 4-H Club bank art activity. The children have He is a 1967 graduate of Bradford
Thus, if you smoke and use a lighter, these precautions Issued by the National the experience. Not only was taking a put forth lots of effort In making the High School. :\
Safety Council should be followed carefully: field trip to the Chieftand Nursery I
Read and remember any warnings the manufacturer may print on the educational for all but seeing people \ ;
lighter case. eager to buy them made the hours r:
Keep lighters away from all sources of heat or fire. spent preparing them worthwhile. We cBi1IIB P 1
Never subject lighters to temperatures over 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 sold approximately 330 packages of
degrees centigrade) since heat causes rapid expansion of the butane.Do trees. .' .
not leave lighters In cars where the sun\ can cause big buildup of heat. We want to thank the Community :
Plastic lighters should not be exposed to any kind sparks as the plastic can Bank and the Florida Bank for permitting "
melt and release butane gas which ignites very easily. us to sell our trees there on
Adjust the flame to the shortest possible height. A short flame lessens the Friday.We also want to thank Eckerd
hazard. Drugs for permitting us to sell thereon ."
Do not attempt to refill a lighter near flame/ electric or gas stove or any Saturday, even though we sold out :
kind of heater. on Friday and didn't have any trees to
Do not carry a can of butane aboard an airplane. The fuel may escape in a
low atmospheric situation. SERVICEl
Most important pressure of all teach _'___"_.___H".HH.-........--.... .. "' -

children not to play with matches or & .
lighters. them during the remainder the .'."

.* year.
Junior Troop 605 went skating last
If you have questions, dr would Wednesday in Lake Butler. Sounds 1
like to comment on any subject,write like fun. -
to "Straight From Bill Gunter".LL-2S, After you have been In an organization ::.
The Capitol Tallahassee Fls 32301. several years you think you>t will :-
only continue to do the same old :

.... things. However this past Friday and
Saturday was a new experience for I
me. Field Conference was at -
5!. Senior Citizens GIRL SCOUTSby Epworth-By-The-Sea Retreat'on'' St. -
Simons Island, Ga. .This is the WMfcXfe
Gateway Council meeting of the
by Lucy G. \\'ellons.The Carolyn Eaves Neighborhood Chairmen and Field n :
phone 961.5812 Directors and has been a day meeting
Senior Citizens of Bradford in the past at the Council Office 1
Senior Planning Board met in or a !'i
County met at the Recreation Hall at
church never an overnight. The
Starke at the First United Methodist
1P.m., Jan. 22. Church last Saturday for the January retreat was a training session as well ,
The was opened by the
as a sharing time. There were ap-
meeting. The Seniors of Troop 669
president. Mrs. Lucy G. Wellons of-
proximately 50 there and It was great.
acted as hostesses, serving hot
fering a prayer. This was followed by
The location was beautiful and the
the pledge to the and the chocolate and making donuts for the
flag song, led food wonderful and over the next few
50 attending. Joyce Wainwright
American The Beautiful sung by the
months I'll try to share some of the
the in from
a Mexico
and group. After the unfinished minutes were businesswas read learned group last summer game at the Cabana. things I learned Leaders might con- From The .
considered.approved, The Plans were announced for the Senior sider taking their troop to Epworth.1tIs I Im113
group approvedApr. close and the cost is very
Weekend Feb. 1,2,3 at Camp Chowen-
22 as the date for the annual lun-
waw. Joyce as vice-president Is in reasonable. If you are Interested I

cheon.The president reported that the charge of this event, which will have would you.love to share my informationwith J a1EL] I
an international theme.
following books in .
the Bradford County are being Library placed as Cookies are here we hope everyone We are so proud of our own Betsy .
Yawn who the
will enjoy the new and different
memorials for Joe : Roberta Ruled of kinds this year and will buy Youth Award given at the annual C of )

Parliamentary Kerrigan Procedure; for Bill more Brownie from the Troop scouts Leaders and the received booths. and C Banquet.has so Betsy many is accomplishments very special to us IrnUrnUI3IDt c ? II

Richards- The Complete Book of Pottery -
we cannot name but
them we do
additional training last week. We appreciate
by Kenny, for Elizabeth Stables-
her. of
Who Am I, God by Marjorie Holmesin know you can expect big things from 110 W. Call St. 964-5784
large print; for Lillie Johnson -
Leaves of Gold, an anthology.
Under new business a revision of "You people found deductionsand We Can Print The Job You Need
the by-laws was discussed and a I

committee them and bring was appointed to the club to recommendations study credits I didn't know When You Need It. .J.

Songs games for up-dating bingo and them.a birthday about. I shoulda come here We Offer: f:

cake completed the day's acitmtes.
We other Senior Citizens to lY:
urge joinus last
for the fellowship and fun at our year. QOICX FRUITING: Camera Road, Copy At Tory R.asonabh Pric. i :
next meeting, Feb. 12, at 1 p.m.BassMasters. t'i
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by Neil Crawford y

NCR Carbonless
Bradford Bassmasters held their ( Envelopes
January tournament Saturday Jan. Forms r
19, at Sampson-Rowell Lakes.

unusually The weather pretty was day beautiful for January.an r iT 1v/ Letterheads AdvertisementOn i

The tournament began at 7:30: a.m. \ -d; 'NewsprintsI
and ended at 3:30 p.m. : r
All bassmasters were aware of '.- I Sales Receipts '
those bass hitting the "Spot". The 1)1
"Spot" Is a shad like crank
will do the job when those bass bait.are It ---- ..... "-- ....... .... .. roL<> ....0.1 -r-;;;;:

concentrated in deeper water. a:
At 3:30: p.m.all bassmasters returned 1111 iNeeds i
to the landing for the weigh in. I
After each bassmaster had weighed
s :
his catch it was determined that Dale 1 During February 1980
Johns was the winner Jim McCrary ,

placed landed the second largest and bass.Norman Phillips .. ....., ..... ....... .......,.. ,.... .. --. .. ..... ....." ..", ......". ..........,

The February meeting will be Tues
day, Feb. 5, in Orange Park at the H&R Block preparers are carefully trained to ask the
Outhouse Sport Shop I think most right questions. They dig for every honest deduction and
everyone knows where it is located. credit. And they want to make sure you pay only the Compare Your Printing Prices. .
In behalf of the club, I would like to taxes you owe. .A
extend a thank you to Mr. Richard 'I
Smith for coming to our work .
day on
Santa Fe Lake and taking those pic H&R_BLOCK' Bring Your Quote To Us.
Many thanks. Richard.It Sif I
Is getting time for those bass to THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE ,m, ':
start prowling the shoreline looking WE PREPARE ALL .
for a place to spawn. We really 527 S. Wot.r RETURNS] We'll Beat It! .
haven't had a lot of cold weather. 1 St.. Stark. Flo.
feel that full moon in February will 9 ic'216
begin the breeding of bass. Th. Monitor Off Keystone Height
Phon. 473-2351 25 % OFF All Register Forms i i

Bass Wishes Open t...r. .4,.... W..Uay. t.a.....r4ey
Neil Crawford MMlMe.nN..AII.... Ordered During February 1980 I.



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-: Correction I I ,Households Will Pay $1,225 Annual Bill BRADFORD FEBRUARY HIGH SCHOOL thru FEBRUARY LUNCH MENU

--* American' ending next fall, the study says.
The story In last week's Telegraph and Muriel GUhooly, (Incumbent: ) t expect be paying an, Seventy-nine percent of American REGULAR A-LA-CARTE
k'tfte, !!( Bradford High School RockArrhort running against. Gwendolyn average of$1,223 a year to heat and homeowners have lowered their thermostats MONDAY FEBRUARY 4
did not mention the name of all LaFollette Lawtey. Precinct Mo. t cool their houses-53 percent more to save heating costs this
.rticlpants. Herewith are the has only candidates who qualified than it COlt two yean ago. winter; SS percent have installed Baby lima beans w/ham, buttered Hamburgers, pizza, French fries,
baffles of aQ 30 rockers: without opposition, Michael Paul According to a recent survey weather stripping and caulking; and rice, candled sweet potatoes ginger milkshakes
rhcresa' Bauldree Bryan Clark. Shemer and Martha W.Dorko,both of homeowners paid an average of$1,000 81 percent have lowered hot water cookie, mixed fruit, cornbread and
]Mike! Christmas, April Prevatt. Lawtey. last fall,while in UTS the average bill temperatures. milk.
Christine Black, Richard Trainer came to$8W.Residents But more costly methods of energy- TUESDAY.FEBRUARY S
Olrta' Rasnlck D.J. Reddick, JefiPdd CORRECJ'IONIIn of the hard-hit Northeast saving are less popular Only 21 percent Spaghetti w/meat sauce garden Cheeseburgers pizza, French: fries,
+ its Jan. 3, 1900 edition the home of American added salad French bread, apple crunch >
ell, Terry Goodge, Tom Pierce dependent on households have milkshakes.
art/it Thorton Tommy Powell. Telegraph"We stated.."in an article headed heating oil.will suffer the most.They insUIation to !their walls; only 31 cheese stix. milk.
Growing. that a betterthannice their bills to rise 67 have Installed Insulation
KeVfrnce Gay, Jimmy Joiner Frank expect energy percent percent attic
8 Paula Anderson Jeff 3,480 square foot home being from 1978! to 1M.. ,and 39 percent have put up storm WEDNESDAY.FEBRUARY ,
( Ih'onlb Irk Schmidt Genie Gluing, built on Silver Lake by D.M. Hale is But fleeing to Florida to escape doors or windows. Chicken rice, turnip greens, peach Hamburgers French fries pizza,
Cathy Grlder Sheila Anderson worth $200,000. Mr. Hale points out these costs as many are doing, may half, cornbread, chocolate cake milkshakes.milk. .
!Shatm HArt Denise Gift Is. Ana correctly, that the building permit not',pay off. Last year a typical .
Wallace, Melissa Gay, Marty RIcks Issued by the Bradford County Zoning Jacksonville homeowner spent only
Office is for_
John Powell,Sherree Shinn, and K.K. for 100. $90 less for residential energy than Dr. William H. Kadel THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7 ,
Randolph. apologize any misconceptionthe did a Bostonian because of steep air Pork chops, mashed potatoes field Pizza French fries, hamburgers,
The Telegraph regrets the omlsIH article may have created about conditioning bills, the survey shows. To Speak at ChurchDr. Firste8byte..fan peas, hot rolls fruit jello and milk milkshakes.FRIDAY. .
9bR1:i the value of the home. expect their
..4.79V.nit. The Editor bills rise In the two .FERRUAR
to 50 percent yearsPixies William H. Kadel former president
of Eckerd College (formerly) Oven baked fish, cheese grits, cole Cheeseburgers, French fries, pizza,
t- CORRECTION! slaw, applesauce hush puppies milkshakes
Florida Presbyterian College) will
hilUI Jan. 24, 1980 edition the conduct the 11 a.m.service Sunday at cookie, milk.

Telegraph So. 1 has a Incorrectly two-way race listed slated Precinct In the I Plan Rock Vi Roll Jamboree for Feb. 16 Starke.the First Presbyterian Church in *************************

precincts listed under "Precincts Kadel;who also recently retired as Pvt.Andrew M.Huenink
where" two-way races developed The Pixies,volunteer teenage girls the benefit of the American Heart president of Pittsburgh Theological Pvt. Andrew M. Huenink, son of The training was conducted under
anu of the Starke Nursing Home betatheir Association Feb. 18 from 9 a.m.-S Seminary,lives In Lake City where he Mrs. Raymonde Huenink, Keystone the One Station Unit Training(OSUT)
jlt'ls' Precinct No. 3 where two-way monthly meeting Jan. 21 at 7 p.m.The public is invited to Join in the is active in church, civic and college Heights, recently completed training program, which combines basic com
aces have developed with Vernon E. p.m. at the nursing home. They made fun. The Pixies will be soliciting> affairs. as an armor reconnaissance bat training and advanced individual
Olin; Starke (incumbent) runningagainst plans for their up coming Rock 'N pledges for every minute and "mile Communion will also be observed at specialist at the U.S. Army Armor training Into one 13-week period
, Larry LaFollette, Lawtey; j Roll Jamboree. This will be held for of the Nursing Home Jamboree. the 11 a.m. service. School Fort Knox Ky.


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School Construction ProjectsTo more on Legislative, from 1A I Iit


Be Discussed Feb. 5 will be one of the prime priorities "Community colleges are more
(in the upcoming session)." flexible than public schools,and right
MacKay agreed the reapportlon- now the colleges are the beat systemwe
Sixteen small .school constructionand School board members are familiar ment was Important, saying the way have," said MacKay.
repair projects with total costs with most of the project they said, "It is now, representatives are'stretched MacKay said to fund publicschools,
estimated at $175.000 will be discussed but wanted a review on them and explanation too thin. some kind of excise tax or propertytax .
"We represent a fourth of Florida's would have to be levied.
by the Bradford school board at a of some which haven't been
work session set Tuesday Feb. 5, at 2 discussed.In M geographical area and people are A nons&Iaried school board was
in the school administration addition, via public education iy. I frustrated-they don't see enough of praised as the best possible system of
p.m.building. bond funds from the state is$300,000for us," saId the senator. He pointed out -government for all schools by citizen
The projects, ranging In cost from 8081. Projects recommended by ms's that the delegation was spanning the vernon Olin,who said the elected, un-
$2,000 to$40.000,include two portables Supl Tom Casey is a cafeteria at area from Clay County to St. Johns' paid board had "no axe to grind" and
classrooms, one at Starke Elementary Hampton Elementary estimated at County In one day. considered their tenure as a privilege.
and one at Southslde Elementaryat $220,000, and $20,000 for furniture at A comment about publicemployees' Olin's comments, however, were
$12,50O each a new floor for the Lawtey Elementary. This $300,000, of collective bargaining rebutted by Commissioner Hazel
Bradford High gym estimated at which 10 percent must be spent on units brought up the issue of the Paulk and Rep. Williams, who argued
$40,000, a $Z5, oo walkway at BUS, a safety-to-nfe projects, cannot be various departments using inmate the money school board members
septic tank drain field for Lawtey spent until after July 1, the new fiscal labor. A representative from the Division receive is not nearly enough to com-
Elementary to cost $10,000 and year. of Forestry complained that inmates pensate them for their time.
$23,000 of furniture for the new vo- A complete list of the proposed projects must be supervised by DOF Sheriff Dolph Reddish, who did not
tech buildings. is listed below: employees who lack the proper train- have a specific gripe, commented on
Plotting Strategy... ing for such supervision.Both the tax structure saying the "basic
Skinner and MacKay agreedthe institution of the home Is being
Project Rep. Frank Williams,D-CrYllal'ake.II sporting a beard these days because problem of who was to supervisethe assaulted by the tax structure."
assigned to: he's appearing In Cross and Sword the stale play. Above MacKay and inmates was paramount and that He suggested that the tax base
SAFETY TO LIFE FUNDS: Williams find a moment for mirth during the legislative hearing MacKay's lastas the legislature made a great error in should be broadened by finding
slate senator. MacKay Is an announced candidate for he U.S. Senate seat not specifically delineating tile something that would tax everyone,
Funds available (Approximately) $34,000 now held by Sen. Richard Stone. -Mlaml.\ responsibility."What and nonproducers" as
.usually happens Is the Reddish put it.
RECOMMENDED PROJECTS: foreman of the DOT or DOF crew Skinner agreed the tax base needed
ends up supervising the Inmates. broadening and suggested a one cent
Building Rebounds After December Lull Well the foreman Is usually an older sales tax be applied, but noted that
Lawtey Elern. Drain Field' lor Sewage 110,000 C. Salley man-in his 50s-and as a result, we the Issue never came up In the past
Southside Elem. Renovate lwo(2)( ings accounting for $247,804 of this have seen a number of cases where legislative session. It was argued by
After December construction
a slump
Restrooms 4,000 C. Salley amount. Fifteen mobile home the buys were tied up to.a tree and Andrews that, a sales tax is
In Bradford made quick permits
Hampton Elem. Flamable Storage 5,000 L. Register County a
totaled 30 miscellaneous noted Skinner. regressive-and! that the most fair tax
Lawtey El m. Flamable Storage 5,000 a Vo-Tech recovery in January according to ; permits -
$76,540 three commercial A coalition of the AFSCME was would be a state income tax.
Brooker Eltnt. Flamable Storage 5,000B.H.S. building permit figures from the buildings ; and church there and although they did not air MacKay pointed out that taxes will
office. $40,900; one ,
Auditorium Curtain 8,000 J. Duncan county zoning
15000. their specific grievances at the hear be tackled In the forthcoming
Permits issued in totaled
3 ,000 with nine January dwell- Fees collected by the office in ing they did speak with Williams legislative session. He said a gasolinetax
$461,644 single family
January totaled 1598. after the meeting to set an appoint- will be discussed saying such a
SPECIAL MAINTENANCE FUNDS (Countercyclical) ment with him.Williams tax is needed. "The number of gallons
FUNDS AVAILABLE 48,459 expressed shock at the being sold is going down but the cost
RECOMENDED PROJECTS: Richard Je Kosch D.D.S.Is number CJf grievances public of maintaining roads is going up," he
employees had and said even though said.
B.H.S. Cafeteria Per oof 6000. C. Salley he's never supported a collective
Hampton Elem. Dome Reroof 2,000. C. Salley Announcing bargaining law for state employees
B.H.S. Gym Floor Replacement 40,000 C. Salley le he could see why there was a need for
48,000 The Opening Of His Office r unions when the government was 10 CARD OP THANKS
REGULAR MAINTENANCE FUNDS ((4 General Funds) With The newspaper "morgue"or Funding of public schools
was How can we just say "Thank You"for
FUNDS AVAILABLE William M. Witt, D.D.S. library was originally a brought up by Guy Andrews,who ask all the things God provided for us
file of materials for obituary ed If the legislature would ever com in our parting with our loved one? All
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25 N.E. 1st St. a reference library replied with a firm "no" and said the God furnished through your willing
B.M.S. Gym Leaks 3,000 L. R.gist.rB.H.S. only the 100
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Tourney Sites Announced/ ,


Keystone Gets Boys Districttournament

sites for the area's All district champions move into on the Tuesday night following the .
lt /". district basketball playoffs were an- the Region finals which will be played district tourney.
nounced by the Florida High School
Activities Association last weekall
but one that is.
No site has been determined yet for
the District S-AAA boys tourney

'Which along with includes Santa Bradford's Fe Live Tornadoes Oak and ;

Gainesville High Buchholz, and (YJ(} 'i1
Eautslde, Feb. 28-March 1.'
Keystone Heights High School was
(awarded the District 6-AA boys
.playoff which will Include the host Indians The Lake ReQlonMONITOR

Union Co.' High's Tigers, and
'Interlachen and Jasper, Feb.
,29-March 1. KHHS coach Ron Bruin-
Y, 1 ; mitt has started to the Indian
,a ;pr y r rq4V spruce up
....D'O.O The Union County
gym in preperation for the "
ft" }, tourney, painting the floor lanes last

g! T5 t"i'; l + 1 1l \ I...;...... week,and planning work on the floor 'Wilrgrapl1: TIMESSUPPLEMENT
'The Keystone and Union High girls
: 'will. go to Interlachen for their
.. ,(: 'ii, District 6-AA playoff (cams teams as TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH UNION
'. Ir/li.; above), Feb. 22-23. COUNTY TIMES AND LAKE REGION MONITOR
'1J' The District S-AAA girls playoff, January:II. 1980
;, 'J1' which will include the Lady Tor' Section>> B
a rt.t.w : nadoes of BHS, is to be played Feb.

: : \' .. 22-23 at Gainesville High School.

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BoatwriBh. 33. wMte Sandra Norwood. 40. moves. Into the 3 Door 11,000 Miles
Barbara Wilson, number 32. swings the ball to Betsy middle in Keystone Lady Indian basketball action.

Photo>>by Linda Jo Mobley
4 Speed and Air

Interlachen Visits Tonight 529500

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I Lady Indians Break 1978 Chevy Chevette I 1977 Omega

I. Into State RankingsThe 4 Door, Auto Air 4 Door, Air, Power

34,000 Miles Steering, Power Brakes, j
: Lady Indians winning string meetings by a total of six points. A DIMaria's 21 point shooting show for '
was finally snapped at seven games third meeting, the rubber match, WN didn't help.Norwood Air 32,000 miles
Friday night, Jan. 25, by fifth-rated might come in the Region finals led KHHS with 19 points
Callahan-West Nassau but that didn't which KHHS would host if. as Boat while Betsy Boatwright had the same $4195 $
stop the Keystone Heights girls from wright says "we're fortunate enoughto number of rebounds. Barbara Wilson 369500
moving into this week's state rank- get out of district," and if West had eight points
I "ings. Nassau gets past eighth-ranked Milliard was easy prey Thursday i
listed number Jacksonville Bolles, a team the Lady night, falling 67-15 as everybody
I The Lady Indians are Warriors have beaten twice. played and Beth Walrath led with 10
nine in this week's class 2A poll after Keystone will have to get past In points and 13 rebounds. Norwood had 1974
the win 1977
being passed over during terlachen and Jasper to win the 11 rebounds and seven points, and
streak. They entered a late game with district and both those teams have Barbara Wilson and Sharon Walrath
Jax Victory Christian Tuesday night wins over the Lady Indians this year chipped In eight points. Olds Gutless
with an 11-4 season mark. Jan 31, the Lady
Tonight, Thursday
Interlachen K.y.toit. 2 10 13: 13: 31 Thunderbird : I
In Friday's game the 10-2 Lady Indians host in a game .
WBilNamu 11 10 12 t 31ilYSTONL. Supreme2.'Door
Warriors edged the slow-starting Boatwright has been anticipatingever MOT.C04 It, WII_ a, M.riM 4,
KHHS girls 39-38 In a rough game in since the nextdoorneighborLady wlr.l.r 2,........
Callahan. West Nassau, which led 10-0 Rams pinned a 32-27: ,defeat on Wilt NOI1AUiMMil. 11. ImmmM.. MM a.
early survived by scoring with 27 .Keystone early. ', _I.'' .' .. asks. b-HMMii,I. Itanto. i. ?....*,._,e .' ". .... ::$-399500. $1S 500' 1"
Nassau"game "' -
seconds toga and noUmg-enrSMdr* Still talking about tho West -Hliillorrf 2 4 V S 19Ktyllon
Norwood's basket had capped the Boatwright added: ':We Just
slow but steady fight back for KHHS, started out slow,.and then we missed ,22 II 14 20.- ,47
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giving the Lady Indians a 38-37 lead three straight one-and-ones towardsthe OMVch. 4|TOTALS..,.... ;
(their only one of the night). West end." West Nassau was trying to>> '''''ONI.. to..-'Ie"I.Norw...4 7.a.W..../*. 10,
Nassau answered with a bucket with freeze the ball but KHHS had several WII.."O. _.....Wheel". e. h.IM,. 0. .n.-4 7. 1974
27 seconds lead and the pressure was. steals in the comeback bid. Sherry wnd 4.$. Wilrathi, TOTALS N-7 47. 1974Plymouth

back in Keystone's lap
Buick Regal Duster
"We had plenty of time: We set up
BHS Grid TonightThe
as we normally do but we just failedto Banquet
get the ball inside" said KHHS 2 Door Loaded
coach Kathy Boatwright. An outside Bradford All-Sports Club will sponsor the annual Bradford High Football College
shot taken with two seconds left failedto Awards Banquet tonight Thurs., Jar). :31)) in the Starke Elementary Cafeteria. Clean Extra $ $ 00
find the mark and the Lady In- After a fried chicken dinner the program will get under way with Dwight 1600 I Transportation 1595
dian's upset hopes were dashed. Boat- Adams. University of Florida defensive end coach being the guest speaker. Sharp
wright wouldn't have called it an Jackets and sweaters will be given' to first year football players and
upset despite WN's ranking. "We'reas cheerleaders. Varsity awards will be given for: outstanding offensive lineman
good as they are, there's no doubt defensive lineman defensive back offensive back. most Improved player
about it." Boatwright said. The Lady Admission will be-$3.00 for non-members and $2.00 for All-Sports Club
Warriors won both regular season members.

1979 IR CKS 1979

BHS OldTimersTo 4 Ford Ranger Cherokee

I Play '80 Nine F-150 I Wagbrieer

1 Bradford High's 1980 baseball team
j will !get its first outside test of the 11,000 Miles
year against former Tornadoes In an 12,000 Miles
II Old-Timer's game set for Saturday $ $
Feb. l Id.! at 2 p m. at BHS. Loaded I 6500 Loaded 849500
Tin Tornadoes, coming off one of
the lies baseball seasons in school
I history under coach Mike Hartley.will .
open the regular season Friday.*
Feb. 22. with a road date against t
1 Miici'lonny-Biiker Co.. and open their' 1980Bronco 1975
, homo campaign Saturday. March 1,
against Union Co. High.
I' Season tickets for 13: home games Ranger XLT Ford Super Cab
,. including the Old-Timer's game, are
I ;, available from players and coach
Hartley. They will be $13 for adults
-; and $10 for sl dl'nu. With gale tickets 2200 miles \
;... costing Sl.SU thai represents a savings $ 11 50000 | Loaded $ $2695 a
of $4.50 for the season's adult
:. tickets Hartley pointed out. "' Was 14,00000 ,

Bradford! finished 13.13 last season
:'- grabbing district and regional titles
: before falling to Apopka on the road in .
;'::- the nevtionul Fir starters are back All,Eyes on Jackson'The

-"j=;. from that team but not one senior is. eyes of four P.K. Yonge defender and Union LouiUy: .Tiger Iranialm 1973 GMC 1973 FIOOPickup
.F:' on I the Tornado rosier. Donald Jones and Tnv Albritton are on Phillip Jackson as he heels Into>> the

lane fur a jumper last week. ,
.'.:. This ilonda> nl hl. Feb. '4, the Tigers clash with the Indiana of Keystone
1st Gator Qb Club Height High School ul the KHHS gjtii The J%' bo>, game start al 8:30: p.m. Ford
:-; Meeting is Tonight. with the varititV'Kitme/ to follow al p.m. : Pickup
KHHS enters the week with a 11-10 record while t'CIIS'tall again be seeking Its!
,;: The Starke Galor Quarterback first win wlih an O-IB mark. '
t: Club's first meeting of the new year is
;f set for tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the. ..... '
., $ $
::: Garden Reslaraunt. 119500.mmmTerwiliegar
4" :, Sonny McGraw. chief recruiter at Has Been's': Open UCHS.: Baseball Special ,149500 Truck
L'F. is scheduled as the guest ,_
=. speaker, and members; will also formyf, "K r." i t T '
committee"! to work on Gator road(: ..,.Tigeivbasebali'', Cnion'; \County, -'TheiTigeril* have been working ur' I
trip plans High School will kick off Saturday.Feb. 'since just after Thanksgiving. 13
.i 16. with a 2 p.m Will Be-versus- players are out now. with basketball
'::.;r ", Has Been's matchup.This )'ear's'a.... possibly coming from the I
: .sit)' against.players from,.the; past ,,team The regular season opens :Menday -
j Twice : is.'Tiger, ,,,,..( ,' ,- Feb 18. p.m.: against Motors
Lift t.
... .. ) Tigers \", y Jhar.' "" "<< .)"; ,.;:tV.t,,, 1.,I. ,f ,.Buchholz at the Union Co. High field.. I
Union 'bounty High's weightlifterswill coach "joe Register'!"' said The post-season also starts in Lake' ,
test their. strength twice this former Tigers likely lo be In the Has Butler Register announced :Monday
,. week visiting( Hawthorne for a dual Been lineup include Toby DilloU- and that the district tournament which
match Friday.Feb. 1. and hosting the Jon Pritchett from last season's 18-9 will Include the Tigers. Keystone
: H.ikcp County Wildcats in the pit district. region and Suwannee Con- <<
Wednesday, Feb. II. Both meets. startat ference champ. and Timmy terlachen-
206 W. Madison 964-7200 Starke
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I 1-15 Tornadoes Test 2nd-Ranked, PKY ((17-1.). Friday. Night .

:', Seventh-ranked Bishop Kenny drilled were paced by Leon Edwards' 13 brought the BHS'crowd to its.feet,and Too Tall
'. the Tornadoes with outside points Including_ a slam-dunk that__ Manning's 11 markers. ''t t" The' Tor.
shooting, 70-39. in Jacksonville Tues- 1 nadoes
SI.AuguMInoBradford 13, gave St.
and 11 u ia 12 .
day night St. Augustine fought Augustine ali
Bradford 10 12 I 1 :SllihepKwiny 0 6 12 uiii 44
off in Starke
BHS Thursday
52-42 the U 14 17 M: 70 M A V|>M Tornadoes to .
night, dropping 1-13. ..._Mddl.k 12 _..... ,Mills n,110_ -.. ., "._ 1404. OlM 44, WIH 1 1.41. wanted last
Friday night Feb. I. the Tornadoes ItanU t.t, retard 1.41, _..,
,kli, I, tan 1.MrihM II TOTNS49,19., 1-3-2.. IOT''l'l Thursday
host Gainesville PR Yonge theatate' MIHOr._ ..t*+,.. 4. M.Hi ii<.H a.Owrh l.l4"rf. ... ptF + before succum-
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< second-ranked class 2A It browser 2.,_5.OIW.4,Ahnn t.S MriliM. MI'Ier' ..It, IM. 442, .._ 1.I.S. king S2-4Z to the
ballclub. PKY owns a 17-1 record witha .Maine,n TOIMU ir-it-n., ........ 14.4. foTAlSl ,"".."'" tall visitors.

17 game win streak after an openingloss .. '.imp""_""" :--'i.F'........ ''' A... .,..JW.. _.. ".... Jr 1J t :..J Here. SA's B7tJ'
to Newberry and has wins over .om',.-;;;;,;....:-, -..;..---., .... .ff. .. ---n--o7"-; 1 n .- forward AngeloAnderson
Clay High Buchholz. and other 3A:...'t' ,. k1.'It.. ..J 11. .,L. attt
squads. Junior 6-7 center Randall 1l ,,,.,,.. t., ,," (cllll.r..L r ::p4J. .,. :':1 mares the ball
Leath 6-1 point guard Vlrdell Bowles, ,. } y 'Y I from BUS' two
6-5 forward Zach Hellstrom and 6-3 5.ardl.,
sharpshooter Bill Griffin [lead the h Id Dwayne
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p below
Kevin Miller had 11 points and .. and Frailer
Kevin Reddish 10 in Tuesday night's
/ Bass, to right.
loss but the Tornadoes trailed by r : ..7 Yellow
eight at halftime and suffered J ( Jacket Kenneth
dismal second half. Kevin
through a <<;Inn ((32) and
Brendler knocked in 20 points for the + iKr Tornado
19-3 Crusaders. tr i n+ ) 4 Charles Lee C151)

Tornado comeback falls short look on.
The BUS Tornadoes played their I 1

fourth straight tight ball game but II I r 1ti
still came up short as 13-4 SI., a. r I t._
Augustine (13-4)) fought off a spirited
comeback by the Tornadoes Thursday -
BHS fought back from an 11 11'f f 1 r 4 R i itile'
point deficit with S:14 to play to close
the gap to 48-44 with 20 seconds re-
maining on Edward Hamilton's 20
The Jackets Albert Manning then
canned two free throws and added a x d9 r ___ A dk
lay-up to stop the Tornado surge. ,
The Tornadoes were led by Kevin
Miller's game-high 19 points and 13
rebounds against a front line averag-
ing 65. "They were just too big," 'Surrounded .
noted coach Sexton Frazier Bass ad-
ded eight markers for the Tornadoes Bradford's Dwayne McBride, left and Frailer Bass right tie up Yellow
along with eight assists. The Jackets Jacket Angelo Anderson In last Friday's St. Augustine-Tornado game. r ;

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junior fast6reakagainst Tornado varsity St. r o"1 w L 6-6 Lady Tornadoes Host Live Oak Tonight \\1 1

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even keel with a 64 record heading, 1
jr' r UCMHMI-....._22.Tiny M they 19 w.4 I.
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I The Suwannee County team is a
d1- district opponent. BHS visits Mac- I
Tankard. 12, clenny Tuesday night Feb. 5. JV Girls Hang Tough"
unit buck Last week Bradford powdered tied 7-7 at
Union County High School's JV Union Co. girls were
\\illi.imi. :21. 4 1 winless Macclenny 52-22 before fall Lady Tigers dropped to 3-4 with a halftime. Paula Hawkins and Melanie
SosoBaby ing to 10-2 Buchholz Tuesday night. 41-241088 to Newberry Thursday night Gohagen put in three points each.
I Both were home games.Buchholz' but coach Mickey Dempsey was The Lady Tiger jayvees play again
: r Lady Bobcats, on the pleased with the outcome in front of Tuesday, Feb. 5, against Jasper at
verge of a state ranking, used Lake Butler fans. home

superior rebounding strength in their "Hey they blew us out down at ........rry 7 17 12 12 24
it"i win over Bradford.Tammy Jackson's their place and we hung with 'em Union Co. 7' 4 7-24
22 and 14 rebounds the
winners points who led by just 16-15 paced after a tonight"Dempsey said. Behind Tam UNION CO... M. tl,,.J.CIas_ .. CuM.......I.
.. before my Barton, who scored 13 points the 10'e". .. -u. "we..
quarter pulling out. Hope
J''; Jackson scored a dozen points for
BHS with Valery Chandler adding
eight, Tracy Hankerson seven and
seven rebounds, and Theresa Woody
Tornadoes Take PKY three and seven boards. .
on Friday Night The Lady Tornadoes had little trou- GERALD GRJFFIS './
r I ble disposing of winless Macclenny-

The Baby Tornadoes of BHS play Todd Jackson's eight points in a points while Ben Tankard had five re- Baker Co. last Thursday, winning CONSTRUCTION COMPANYNow
just once this week meeting the P.K. four minute span of the third and bounds. 52-22 after a slow start.Outrebounding .
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night, Feb. 1, in Starke. buckets by Chuck Williams and Scott Bradford! 7 7. 14 :32OuiulHM Wildcats 47-31 picking off 18 steals
Not scoring in the first six minutesof Hudson tied the count 30.30 with 2:27: St. --Dale.....Mllch.ll IIII .D/n.n/ ... and hitting 12 of 24 free throws BHS Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds On U.S. 301 North
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Lady.. Tigers !! I'KY, Cross City Bounce Union County Tigers to 0-16 I

Union County High's boys roundball once. this week squaring off with Tigers offered little resistance shot from outside the 19-1 visitors Cross City 22 U 22 SI .!
: Drop 3 team has been a pretty competitive Keystone's Indians on the road Mon against a third-ranked Blue Wave especially point guard VirdellBowles Union' Co. 14 12 U 10 (2
bunch while losing all its game this day night, Feb.. team that was playing without 8-7 knifed through Union's toss OTV"McOwnll'tl.' BlOlU t.Timlin..MK .
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center '
: year but last week state-ranked Cross City built up an eight point Randall Leath. The big Junior defense for layups. Bowles had 24 _...,.. .
,. i The Lady Tigers of UCHS drop ed' Gainesville P.K. Yonge and tall and first quarter lead and never looked was home with the flu but the Tigers points. *UNION.",...MCO.-Mdlwi4 l/,AHMMfi.Mlftof <|TOT/MJl NI/kIM/' ..-.41.PKVongo JMM.
a II : three games two to state-ranked. tough Cross City handed the Tigers back Tuesday getting 70 points from left their own shooting touch at Phillip Jackson had 10 points to top
I lie : Powers, last week to fall to 1-15. : two lop-sided setbacks. the trio of 6-8 Eugene McDowell, home- managing only 38 points the home side with Willis 13 19 24U.. 54
>'*. The Suwannee Conference tournament -' P.K. Yonge ripped UCHS 65-36 Fri- Johnny Timmons and Kenneth Keys. against PKY's tall 2-1-2 zone. adding 8 markers and Irvin George Union Co.: o 7 7 It MJiclnwl
: ", is scheduled for this weekend at*. day night and Cross City did the same Irvin George drilled in 18 points and The Blue Waves spread the Tigersout seven. Irvln's board-work against 6-5 UNION' CO.- ....,.. .. O..t. *..... 0.MHkl .
% :: a site not known at press time and the' Tuesday night 81-S2 both at the UCHS Anthony Hicks netted 12 for UCHS. into a man-to-man after grabbing Zach Hellatrom and 6-6 Jamey Leath __ ...... ._......r. .'_..-..O.M.M
Ilt? : Union County girls will host Jasper gym. The now 0-16 Tigers play just In Friday night's game at home the an early 13-6 lead and while Union was a bright spot. ..1.1.Albritmi' I."1|TOTAHi, ,.......
*.t.. Hamilton County Tuesday night.Feb. *
5. s f1t
p : Cross City topped the Lady Tigers :
oh'i i in Lake Butler Tuesday'night. : I -
..Second ranked Gainesville PK: '
lit. ; Yonge won Its 15th in a row,79-32 over: H
??. Union Co. High's girls Friday night:
dt!. while 4th-rated Newberry O2-2): met: ( r /
some resistance In easing by the Lady: .
?,: Tigers 48-35 Thursday night, Jan. 24. ::. eU.IB'!
: "We played a complete ball control:'
M: game against Newberry" said coach:
." Mickey Dempsey, proud in knowing: ,
III-/ that his squad played the Lady Pan-: .
on. then tough after being "blown out: 0
;down there." The Lady Tigers clung:
? : to within 25-18 at the half behind Ann:
; Biddix who had 16 points for the: 1 DLIGUtSu
; night. Page McGill shot In nine:
; markers. : o o
; Tall P.K. Yonge was just too much:
; to handle Friday night romping to a:
; 79-32 win behind/ point guard--Tonl8
; Lee's 29 points: Lee who brought the:! ..
; ball upcourt for the Lady Waves, was!:
; taller than any UCHS starter. .!:
; Biddix: shone brightly In the loss!: can Aau&o it
; drilling in 14 second half points and 16:;
; for the game to go with six: rebounds.*
: Kim Crawford and Page McGill both;
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Keystone High's junior varsity girls
(now 7-4) warmed up with an easy through your newspaper
45.14 win over weak Hawthorne last _
Saturday and now face the challenge ** _
.k of unbeaten Interlachen tonight at -tl
home in a 6:30: game .

downplaying KHHS coach the Interlachen Bob Smith mat-is .lforaU the world to see !

chup. "I don't want them to concentrate .
just on beating Interlachen. the
need to just think about playing well. '
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Youth AllSiar Basketball. :; Starke Rec. Dept.,Notes ., I
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Starhe SoftballOrQanizatlon'sSet Youth Baseball Registration Set .
To Be Played: in Organizational meetings for the Registration) for Starke Dixie Youth
.. Starke Recreation Department's soft- and Dixie !Boys baseball 'will begirit
The Starke Recreation Department taller that B'7Vi' ball leagues have been set for: : Feb. 20, 19B9-lastinK through' ( MarcM' 12
will host a first round district tournament The Starke Senior (13-13)'All Stan Monday Feb. 257 'pm.Women's : 13 1060 at )
Kegistratlon! will be held the Old
TC AS METALS INC.Metal game in J,. Boys/ basketball- will play their first district game atMaclenny's Church, 8 p.m. Men'sChurch and
from 8:30: a.m.-B:30: p.m.
with the Starke All Star'ploying" the Middle School gym, Armory
Macclenny league ''stars', Monday against.Macclennyt Friday, Feb. 22. at Pratt St. Center from 3-5 pm.
I Feb. 11, aft p.m.at the Old Armory ,at 7- p.m. That tournament played Wednesday, Feb. 277 p.m. League are Dixie Youth Minor fof
Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage The remainder of the 'double- .under regulation rules, continues Women's City League, 8 p.m. Men's 8-10 year olds, Dixie Youth Major foal
elimination tourney.for 9-11 year bids reb/23-28,''In- Deland,' with teams City League. 10-12 year olds and Dixie Boys for
Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows will bo played in: Holly)HU1;,*t ar from Holly HW, Southeast Volusla;" 13-14. year olds.Age determining datE'Is
Daytona Beach.:Feb. lt-24 Others in East ..Voluaia, Deland, Southwest The meetings will be held In the Old''Armory August 1. Boys and girls can sign ups!
the field Include two "lIquadll 'from Volusia, and Ormond. Beach and all team managers for'Dixie Youth leagues. Only boy%!
Bay Direct From tlaiifacbrer And Save Deland.Holly"Hill,.-Ormond..Beach should attend or send a representative. can enter the Dixie Boys league. MorelInformation
St. Augustine, and Volusikt County' We' have aluminum newspaPer .Also the rec.department is requesting will' be' given out 'af>
FREE DELIVERY -12 tourney rules Include play,with ,plates for sale. Site 23x33 25 cents all teams to bring In the registration.;' fm
an 8K-foot'high, basket ''and smaller each. Bradford County Telegraph, name of someone Interested In ulnpirtrig .
496-2013 ie
Lake Butler Fla Softball-Baseball Vmps Needed
basketball and no player can be 135 W. Call SI. 984-6305.: who didn't umpire last year.
'As always, they're in great need og
the ree. 'department
umpires says
__ \\II ...L.- _.__..:...-... ......... Anyone interested in calling balls and
strikes for pay should call 966792. o>
Clinics will set up (tentatively sett
for March 5, 1980, at the Old Armory"for .
,review. of rules and technques. ?

Youth Baseball Coaches Needed .>
Anyone Interested in coaching, oJ!>
helping coach, a youth baseball team
should call the .Starke Rec. ,Dept.irouP .
964-6792. .,' *
Age 'are!'t'10MI'nor( ) 10-lf
(Major), and 13-14 (Dixie Bwye>
Practice for the boys begins Marc:J
10. All games begin at'5:43 .
ing weekdays two games per week
The season lasts from mid-April until
mid-June. '
The rec. department sets up the
teams and has one week of clinics. Ii
The coach then takes over and sets up
practices at his convenience.
"This Is a very rewarding exlperlence
," reminds Starke Reef
Director Cheryl Godwin. ,;

T 'I Cera mica Reopens
Ceramics classes will be reopening
:3 Monday,Feb. 4.at 7 p.m. Wednesday
morning classes will begin Feb 6,at 9.

a.m.There Is no registration fee, class
LIT) members pay only for their greenf
ware paints and firings.
Lillie Ann Johns Is the Instructor:
.9 Call 964-6792 for information.

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I 2-1 Week' Moves Indian Boys to 6-10

I The Indiana of Keystone built up a
17 point third quarter advantage and .. "
then had to survive a bad case of foul : ,- .. .:': :..:.,',;: ',.: ,: ,' :" ;"
trouble to top Jacksonville Victory \, .. ... ,"" ..........-..;;;;,; ;. -= --
Christian\ Tuesday night In Jackson r"11. .

ville.. The victory, coupled with a win :y .f5 E.. M11111ganibeast
over Ililllard Thursday t and a
loss to West Nassau Friday ni 11t,
moved the KHHS team to -10 entering I .1..1211I

a game! with Hastings Friday I :
night, Feb. 1,on the road. The Indians J 1
host Union County Monday night J'j
Feb. 4. in a JV-varalty boys' ear 'j

doubleheader.In ,
Tuesday's win over Victory
KHHS started slow but controlled the

second and third periods.. "We were 17 ,
adjusting to playing without Eddie I ,,
Dyal (out for disciplinary reason)
and It lust took us awhile Kirk came ,
on at that guard spot and
Job for lIB," said KHHS coach
Brununitt. HalloweD pumped in a
season best 18 points to back Merry v'
Crxvey's 22 point-a rebound night :;
Chris de Bodisco hauled down a dozen
The bolts pulled close In whistled I' t
period as foul after foul was ,j
against KHHS. Derrek Carr fouled ;
wt, de Bodiico,Hallowell, and Vince J
Gagtto had four fouls, and Grady l 1"
Poetic had three. "It was getting a little This is a Non-Contact Sport? At'r
ridiculous," Brumn>itt said. "We are Keyste e's (la darker Jerseys) were rotating people and Just trying Picking up the pieces after rough play against HlllUrd II. and Derrek Carr. r .
to hang on" Victory hit 19 of 28 free

throws to Keystone's 10 of 19. KHHS three setbacks the Indians wily oo Iu....We" Is,'A1--to.ikky is to*
have popped Hilliard three times this '. WMt.", TOMUl. *>.,-,.. f H R BLOCK
= sal ;
3rLoos _'.H,Crre.S,C..5361..M Correction!
to West Nassau season,the! last a 40-37 squeaker at 3-H. ..... MM, ..... ..,.,. J..1...
3rd Win Over Milliard home Thursday night, Jan. 24.."They t-l.I.JMM 1+l,Owl" )..... TOTMl 3s ,..... }
West Nassau's Warriors continuedto went to a real deliberate game and The dates in the American Legion
have Keystone's number with their did a good job of it. We won it at the Milliard M 10 f 12 37 Post advertisement for a two day s
76-M win over the Indians Friday foul line," Brummitt said. 14 of 19 KIYSTONI I 11 11 10 40 baseball clinic featuring Andy
night,Jan 25, in Callahan, their third from the foul line was Keystone's MHUMVCi.itmm ,. lUmmil ,. .Hi nil *, Semi nick at McDavId Park in 527 So. Water SiRd
this year over KHHS. total. "I'll take that anytime/' man*** '. nduit ift tow.uu itMr.turmoMe Keystone Heights were printed Incor We Also Do
MM 1.54. COT 111-41.9. !+*.
The Indians trailed the rectly recently.
Just 31-30 at
who led KHHS with 17
Dyal's, .
51.1 6611. o.llo I-M. 1Ma.w.5 *4| TOTALS .
,The read 100 .SouIhSlcle )
half but fell behind 13 points in the points, hit the front end of a one-and- 13-1440 Friday-February ( BookkeepingStarke
third period. "We were in foul trouble one with 17 seconds left to give KHHSa 15-4:00: p.m and Saturday-February
and tried to play little conservativein 38-37 lead and after the Indians stole 10-10:00 a.m. at McDavid ParkKeystone AndPavroll
the third period and it hurt us." the ball with a half court press Grady Hgts. 32091
said Brununitt of the roughhouse Boetlc netted two more foul shots to 6'8lTballResults The correct dates are Friday- Tax Forms ;
game. Stuck!with four fouls at the half ice the win. Derrick Carr hit for nine February 15-4:00 p,m. and Saturday-
was Eddie Dyal, who had 15 points points. -February 11-10:00: a.m. at McDavid
before intermission. He didn't score from Starke' Small Fry Park-Keystone Hgts .
In the third period as the hosts stormed games played last week: The Monitor regrets the error and
to a 13 point lead. Dyal finished Keystone .212016.70J. Red 24 Maroon ( (Jan. 28)) hopes this has not caused any in-
with nine points in the fourth periodas .*Victory 14 13: 10 IS 49 Red.-Wllllt Chandler 12, Roy Jackson 4, convenience.
the Indians pulled with five points ....,_MM !.*... _3-**, c..wy 11+22.M Wendell Hudson. ..
but no closer. He ended with 24 points --......Cap". .,.,..5.w.5 1.'.11. MaroonDorfek Kelly ..
with adding 10. 11,Wktof l+tl,....., 1..1615.
Merry Cravey
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n FreeUF-FlaplerTickets: forKRA Players Bradford Sports Calendar : i

I t Baseball Fever in Keystone, >. ; Tennis Teams : I

';-:; i
I Thur.. Jan:31- ,-
I H "There Is baseball fever In Horne says all players registered Tickets to the game will! cost 52 for StarCTuesday Uve Oak at. BRADFORD girls V basketball (7:30)< I

Keystone Heights! So say should be at McDavid Park Saturday adults and $1 for students .: girls Interlaclien at KEYSTONE girls JV (.::MI), girls V (8) basketball '" I
The and tennis teams -
when and girls KEYSTONE JV boy 1IMI-.oYI: V (C8. basketball at Hastings
"+ organizers of the Keystone Recreation Feb.9, at 10 a.m., boys Bradford their
from School
I divided and High open CLUB CT:3)1( ) Garden Restaraunt
Association's spring baseball Softball teams will be Stark Gator QB meeting ,
the BUS courts
I960 seasons on
where registration Is under- formed. As an added bonus all
program against Gainesville P.K. Tongs Tues I' '
way. Already nearly 200 boys have children who show up for the team Fri.. Feb. 1UNION--" I >I
signed for KRA baseball. Registration division will be given free tickets to REAL ESTATE day afternoon, Feb. S.. Matchtime. 1st Hawthorne welghtlining (3:301: \ '! I

includes up T-ball for boys who the University of Florida versus 3:30:The p.m.Tornado boys include four P.K. Yonge at BRADFORD JV boy (6:30)7: boys V basketball :r.q
reached six years old by the end of the Flagler College baseball game to be COURSEGENE returners from the 104 team ol a 410 0

year through senior league baseball played at 1 p.m. at Joel Bryan Field Chub Johnson is back after play year Sat.. Feb. 2- 'II''''
that day. The free tickets are a ago at BRADFORD wrestling (2 p.m.* "iC.3
for boys up to 17. Sign-ups continue same REESE.INSTRUCTOR Clay
ing number two last along rail'
donation given to the Post 202 year, and Bolles at wrestling ((7 p.m.) :
Saturday Feb. 2, from noon until 2 junior Rip Pratt and seniors Bobbie BRADFORD; I p..

p.m. at McDavid Park. American Legion baseball program, Pierce and Mike Akridge. Jerry '.r.,
of the UF-Flagler ..... '
Baseball Commissioner Larry sponsor game. I. <
The Don Tennent SchoolOf McGriff, who coaches both the boys "UNION boys JV (.:30) boy.V <8)'at) KEYSTONE basketball' WIN.
:a curn
tool Estate and girls teams, says freshman Craig KEYSTONE girls JV (CIO,1 girls'V ((81 at Hawthorne '
Sapp is playing as-strongly as the '
I Now 86The added that the i ,, j
returners now. He ;
; Baby Tigers Will Offor Tue.,'Feb. s- I .

14 Hour 1 Post Licensing Course younger layers' Junior Jeff Moore BRADFORD V girls at Baker Co..(7)) :

JV Tigers of Union County High around among all ten players. James Williams s Gary kler nand Jasper at KEYSTONE JV girls (.:XtV girls ((8) basketball '..
February 23* 24 1'10 Jeff
Eddie Wi
had nine and Jerry Green and ,
School were edged out by the Suwan- Perry .".,. '
team- Lonnie Griffin eight. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Lawson "will get to play a lot I- '. .
Conference's top Jayvee Wed. Feb. I u.w
nee ,
Cross CityTuesday night 68-67 but Last Tuesday night the Baby Tigers'were Starko''_Chamber of Commerce whenever I can fit them In. I want to Baker at UNION Co. welghtllftlng (3:30) sort

with a win over P.K. Yonge! Friday downed by Newberry 60-43 on get them some experience. Til do that BRADFORD at Buchhofe welghlllting C3> 'As

night stayed above .500 with: an 8-6 the road. James Perry poured in 16 A principles, practices t with the new girls players too." ..

mark for the season. points in the losing cause. law course required for Florida Only two seniors are back with the Illsvfilit

this Real Estate Salesman's license. Lady Tornado team that ended 9-9 a r.
The Baby Tigers play just once PKYeng. II' It 12 47 but is Janice Jackal who
year ago one ,
week against the in Keystone Monday Heights Union Co. IS 14 14 14 MPK Mon. and Wed. e to f p.m. played number one singles and game: Wass :m: : x.x.xCo::N"_ '
varsity Keystone ,
junior To.osLath 10 want 4. Nil' 4, Peoples 0.tunnr doubles as a Junior. Senior Elise

Feb. 4.Friday. night's win over PKY was UNION' 4.CO.T.1..31 14.. *...__.-,.tI.W Oil.. I.'-',Ort.- Starting weeks Fob.duration 11. "10 Johns and junior Michelle Sapp also

if rout. "We built fin 4.-.. R ...!_. I.0-4. Porgy >>>-.. ClMNOM 0.,... are back with newcomers Jullle Grif- iIM JJFI.l] ]E! \
comfortable not a upa .,.... .... Western Steer Restaurant NEW
pretty big lead against them and got I......... I.'0 J.M.|IM ,OrMt a.- fis, Michelle Muse. Stacy Denmark
Starke Fla. all
and Karen
Chitty, sophomores '
but they hung in :
to everybody
there play noted Ross. Must pro-register and ninth-graders Carmen Eaves and Union County: Tiirtoa

The Baby Tigers led 29-17! at the half Do. you need business to hold spaco Arneth Meece rounding out the team. .
The second match for both teams is
before PKY closed to within eight cards? Let us design the .
Thursday, Feb. 7, against Lake City.That's WANTED HELP FOR SALE :
points entering the final period. Tom card that Is just right for 473-7076 475-UM the team McGriff figures will .
Roberson's 10 night topped you. Bradford Printers
my UCHS which spread the scoring 110 W. Call St. 9M-S7M. be the !toughest test for both squads. PLEASE MTURNi Will per. WANTED 3 BEDROOM "fJSiJ Fa'! :".".

sons who recently robbed Sole by II'wn.r.

-- -- --- home of Mr. J.D. Knight WANTEDI 1/2 bath 0" I acre lot. I.,.."'.,.
----- lob
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r '' (Eyd.r Knight) kindly mall wanl.d. KURT o. weep Raiford and L' CO",

t family letter (old). tact 31-1521 after 5:30.--

ony family certificate of any carpenters p.I.nced mostly h.lp.I" poln.Ex- p.m. w..k"'YI."' IIl- .
kind. birth certiorate) or tlno. Call ""-'877 orprises. n .'
1974 F.lOO
other record to me at 9&-2289.. 1/31 2'chIl27..0IlDIIANO.I. :
I following add...*. Please, plck.up .. Automatic;. ..
these could not be of value MECHANICI Neal good Ford transmission, power steer,

OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST to you, but do hove meaning trantmKolon' and dill.ren- Ing. power brake, air con
tlal mechanic. Dealer.
for me. M,.. C.O. Turner ex- dltlonoir CB radio.", Good,

I (formerly Doris Knight) 9143 parlance preferred. Good condition. $2,500 cash.:
lle-de-France, Tallahassee pay and benefit Call Hegol Western Auto 190 W. Main

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN Fl. 32308. 1/31 3tchg. 2/14. Ford ,Itchg.FISCAL 259-6231. Matclenny.' SI.after lake 7pm.Butler 431-1028.1/24: .496-2627 at"131 .:. "

I ASSISTANTS Super. Jtchg 131.WOOD
FOR RENT"MOSILI visor II. Non-coreec .ervlce CAilNETI To fit" '

: CLASSIFIED SECTION. position located at' oil mole Singer sewing machine.
correctional Institution R.
HOMIl Two Close when not In use:
qulremento I are blah' tchool I
$30. Coll 496-2093.: 131WfJIlp'CHfROKIli
bedroom 12 60
X on largelot. .
diploma or Fla. G.E.D. and 6yro. IOpei. ..
496-3798 alter 6 p.m.
experience In bookkeeping -
or clerical accoun- equipped has cruise con .

Shop The Sun's Classified section bath.w/corpet unfurnished and utility ling. Education can b. Irol. 14 1/2 mile to gal. .

ub'"lu-.f enp. an year Original list $12.0000.
Raiford. :
building. In $125 o
month. 4311455. 1/31 .. Salary" range Assume payoff $6.54&.80,, :
$9,667-111112,569 annually.Applicant .
Itchg.PERSONAL. ohould apply! tobuoinesa 496-2171 or 473-2214. 1/24
for .
every day great shopping values. manager"' Union' Jtchg 1/31.

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SERVICES ((904)) 431-1212 prior 'to Wed. and Ixl2-s. I by. are 10ft.:",

CARPET INSTALL"'U.' .'.......1HAIADR'nSIRS.' DOSltlOrt open INSTRUCTOR Feb. 6. 1980. (Equal Opportunliy 2x48 ft' ; 2x6-10ft.$600 for''"*
.ncodu'"n".I1..a In top Gainesville' ...".. Advancement OM WOMEN'S fttde of fllneHcenter EmployerAffirmative the whole load." Wayne '
work around the Live Oak area. benefit Advance CUSTOM MADE
Call J's Interior, 190413627, .... education Apply 'In ....0": *S.Celt Fitness 377-495 Center.MOBILE GainesvilleHeatr .. D R API III S tFreeestimate Action Employar.! ) 1/31 Smith HI. I Box 507 IB
CASHIER/SALES entry. !.vtl. 163 W U.......... Ave 373-TMf HOME set ue pereoiueMparlenced *. Local "cn0- 431.1746.1/242tchg. 1/31
great ooooortunity/ best benefits .. '
only Send return VINO- block'
/ Slarllna, salary, 644.'v,. Call HOTEL/BANQUET SALES to PO Box sv*. Starke, Florida.320T distributor for completely'
Job Ac tl oni L 371 3300 Fe.TermManager.. Mperlence' necestary. >1. By. Jan 3litMULTILtNeCARBBR. washable nationally CHISEL Let uo assist t you In house ond one acre oflanch.
Send resume to 3O3 MW 75th *t.. Priced selfDraARde6CC31W.ZEA6.r5Qfoods -- .
cennpteo VETCRIWAWVTecrilnlclan Starling your own sporting on SR241. ,
Suite 10.O.IMfy111a.3260S advertised Oord.. ..
vat I IL v CARDIOVASCULAR or eoulvalent. Mwanted ., METROPOLITAN, LIFE bull".... Operatefrom '> .3421"C114-madalr'home,616
TECHNOLOGIST Must be ayallabla1 EMpendlna' "" sale staff e5M't0 \
Position awjiri.*)ie for*due tried 0'..... need not avoly Call. jreosa >. LACROSSfBROOKERAREAMotor our entree 'Info auto."_0- Ed' 'or Lomo .._''D..I..c.. lull- .locatesSRrXJIum about n,
applicant who has complaled a 2 "between 6 for an Interwliew' Route Carrier, needed. are market Seeking' personnel I 1/2acres .
ll.OOO required. approximately.
part-time. ,
veer cardlovaicul r program Must be bondable, and have dewho Will receive compute trainIno Stephens. 4962219. 3/1 or
and l rool trv Moblt Competl- DIRECTOR, OF NURSINO pendable trantportatlof. Cash program with high' 'Income TFN. Send no...., ad- on. mile out of town.
flu* salary and benefits For Excellent benaflls' w...>. COporrunity _.11 required Contact Jim while training' Call AAr ......... residentialavailable lort
Information contact Personnel Experience. required Jones a0375-1416 or 447.31057. 374 442*. Equal Opportunity REASONABLE Small trees dress, and phone number toMany
Department University HowlMurphy Medical, Center 70107. lake Butler ot
Employer Sport-About 'Inc. 7691 Central In
NURSE NEEDED FOR LOCALPHYSICIAN'S and limbs cut or trimmed. 4
tal. eS3 w Ills st Jacksonville 8161 Ext '11 or write At. l<
ft,. 323O9 or Call (9O4I 3M 2372. So. 5'0. Murphy M C WMM OPPlCE Send NERD immediatelyreliablegrandmother Reasonable '0'... Call Ave ME,' Frldloy. MN reasonable price. Owner '
Equal Oppofjtjnlty Employer resume to: Dent, P.13.'. Sun type toal>v.it.... 55432 ((612)) 7B4-S41. 1/24 will finance.31 1/2. {
Drawer A. O'yltle. PL :J26O2 Mon wed Frl t-12, noon. Trant- Tony 431.1114 after 6 p.m. .
Donation AV references. 377.".. 1/3 TFN. 3tpd 2/7. block home In lake Butler, ..
has added feature, close ;

INSURANCE to school, priced rights:;: "

'79CAIWARO '37 HONDA CIVIC= L.a00 mile' For more Information coll"'I
72 NOVA 35 moo 4 speed lust tervicerJ, HOPP TOPP
Clear car AM/PAA CaNNp, AGEMele.9. Real '0'.1'
power tearing & brakes. are, CMceltent condition' rebuilt ervfjlne tune vo and oil change, top condt*
11.000 mlle.. Call 12M J7a" 7M after 3 tlon 53._ 454.234O after 5. CVi, 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake Realtor 4'4.97& lItchg. />1..1 k

/ TE AWILLEGAR MOTORS" *?. PINTO. a-toeed. radio, .ca74 Masda RX-4 Wagon automaf Butler. 496.3978. Complete .' ,
Startt a. FI 3;r 104 lent tnaoe Inside out deismIc, ,
air neat AM FM. 2 rww tlre. TRUCK :
dable/economlcal, well main- great shape Inspected ...mTw'on. In.uronce S.rvlc. TFN
CAMINO, 1976 tun$2800 :376-5>M ... .". t>e$f offer 376-417 Student I IVEIYONI IS I".A..IN'AI.. lAKEl 3 bedroom ., i i

Very c,.... 40.000 mi. '*"?4 PONTIAC I FORGOING. '.; MGe CONVEMTIBLC. 30-39 Immediate :coverage by central' heat. AC wall to wo.l' ,,, J
MUIIS0 $2700. A".n. 376.4164 white. with red Interior,. hc.M"G.' completely' rentored see TOPS carpet dishwasher, stove band

*72 AAABAbbAUCJM C.... powersteerinytirthet. At CHEW 'm".'.. 2 door ....... lent performance, 3r.4O74 and efter condition.29OO apm.Student .. to aooreclat. Red with while phone. JOE USHERACENCY4963124 drapes Included. 166Q.1. |
top 190O Stucient
new b fterv.mechanically too. radio' power tteerlng, 1977 or '
excellent. regular 305 engine' 2O.OOO milts, new. Extra Low Prices 96-2903.TFN" .a,. foot living area nice |
pa.. price negotiable 3777474 1.I.r/o' A paint. ""'10. Call 1779 MGBONK a
3730107-f/ar60m; 65 GTO location.- Will consider

'7S _MATADOR. White., 2..door..... BEST OFPBI1Jamai WItIl..AM/PM.4 Ce11777.1140 fosad Cary McCollum rill financing to qualified buy. ?'':
Cov 6 cylinder air 3 1977 FORD GRANADA.GMI A at 377.2399 or 377...,. Carl
power steering new battery 2 door. red with white wlnlv' tae?. Of THE 1-691-2814 rinjoiwSenrict. Call ..96-2469 offer 4 p.m. 'S:
good I...... economical Runs Air. AM/FM eight' track powerwindows. 1910 FIAT 000uS.libla funs_ .
tell good best Leaving offer Jeff country or Leta, must 373 7736000 or..)57906 53600. Call Larry $020 Student.Sea at 134 N... :3rd ..... LAST HOOCA SMALL H COUGARS C.HJf*.'...1112. I Ullblftt, 1/314t' 2/21... .

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BATTERIES Phone 7S 'OSS3 In old Chin, it was believed

A PLACE CALLED HOME BV OWNER Pre.tloicjs. FloridaSark. ItNoAnswer, powdered jade would
ALACHUA HILLS d scr/bas/ Ihi. charmiM 3 OR. 2 walk to Unlvertlty. J BR
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heat a.air I ,kitchen.eaulpoed.central ft. for room only,f2.OW Hvlne room. V2Ssq :provides located. in secluilon NW, ,on close private, / to town road SILVER COINSBRADFORD CAN YOU SELL"? i t
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home'In Turkey reek of a.-mabla 1' SV
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I 3 Bft. NW central heat a, tr, price of .59 aoo Call MormanRlvert. BEAUTIFUL. colonial' 9 BR.. 9'1 CA"O.2., Company
I replace. drape carpet fenced John 0 Baldwin. Realty. Baths, .-*..... Custom built' :39OO SIM PER MONTH In 'Its field. All all
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yard carport Beck with Realty REACTOR. 37o S757 or 463 TWO' So Ft h0on 14) Bordered A cute 11t2 BR home c.n...
Ine REALTORS 37/aHX> on a creek Secluded Mormot yours 1 by assuming furnished. Professional Train-
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1974 PINTO WAGON ou9orn.IC inspecled, l7 oattun B210. speed. 30
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pressure washer, lawn CHORE for you"? Let me LeMans station wagon TRUCKS SERVICES WANTED SALEBLOCK GIFT YOUR COPY of the PENCINOi All kind., hog
mewors tillers. other come pick up your list and new transmission tires, Bradford' County Telegraph wire welded wire barbwire
garden auto and construction deliver to your door. Call exhaust and brakes. $600 1975 DODOR TRADESMAN 1 BILL'S' SAW MOPs Cmpl.t..harp.nlno lADlit WANTEDl for HOMES from$22,923to CENTENNIAL ISSUE. We wood chain, link;
tool. KEYSTONE REN for appointment 47S.1731.' or best offor. .73. 165. 1/3 100 Custom Van 6 service! .. dross shop opening 47984. CM/A w/w still have a few copies left free ..limo.... MANNING
TALS. Hwy." 21 North Ifnchg 1/17 tfn chg. cylinder.' .3 speed cular! hand c. n ,ln,Starke., Apply to carpet electric range, Insulated In the office. 135 W. Call FENCE CO.. "473-4822..
473-2995. TFchg AUCTION-ALL NEW MIR HELP WANTED$370/Thousand -, automatic Craig, chain, mower blade McCrary. P.O. Box window' many' St. Don't miss out on this Keystone. TFchg
NIW HOMIS FOR SAUl Two CHANDISEi Every Thuraoy. envelope you moll: AM/FM/casette stereo, ground and' TlftonOa.3174.. In. other extra*. Built on your Issuel You'll get 102 pagesof PUPPIES e week old. half
3 BR 2 bath CH/A, under '.,7:OO p.m. Truckloads Postage Paid. Free. Sendto with speaker carpeted Leave at Jackson age and work .". own lot. Rural financing pure Bradford County Labrador half Doberman.
construction. Cloy' County. of tools drill 'presies, PAD-B Rt. 2'Box 200 Interior sun roof rear Supply Starke, or K.y.'on.H. '. .. 1/31 Stchg 2/14. available. See our model history for only $1. TFpd $20. Phone 964-9723. 1/34
Two BR, 2 bath heat and coiling vent 'air chocks.t ... ,
grinders vises. hondtools TFchg
Keystone Heights fl., IALCOHOLICS at 12879 Normandy' Blvd.. LIMEROCKi: 20 yd. semi 3tchg 131.COASTAL .
Lake llnlih.ed. fog light
air. Brooklyn' of about
every type. Don'tbe 32656 1/3 tin chg Jacksonville Phona BERMUDA HAYl
964-8969. -" load only. ALLEN E.
473-4470. Evat 4733056. misled by people poising CASH FOR SILVER-hlghest TOYOTA COROLlAi 1975. Phone 91>4.5148'944-6582. ; 387-4981. Hallmark Leisure TAYLOR Lawtay.' Phone Phone 473-3427. Keystone
Itchg 1/31. through. Owned and prices paid for odd piece' AC radio. good condition. TFchg \ Homes. 12/6 9tchg 1/31. 782-3172. TFchg Height No collect calls.
Will BUILD QUALITY operated locally. Alto and let of darling liver- Phone 473-3193.. 1/34 REMODELING.- 111111.1111DING t APARTMENTS. Fur. MOBIL HOMESi Why pay SOUND BALES OF HAYl $15 1/31 4tpd22l.MOLSTEIN .
HOMES your lot or mine. truckloads of groceries ware Tea sets, trays, platter TFchq. REPAIRSl New ..efficiencies and I more? Buy direct from fac each Phone' Arthur MILK COWt Phone
$20: per taj. ft. Inspection Dishes electronics and *, etc. $125 per pound I n JIRPCHIftOKIIiFuUyequipped baths, family room apt. NEW, weekly FURNISHED or mon tory. Large selection of 24, Goskins, 782-3140 or 964-8567. Itchlll31.AIIORTID .
welcome. ADAMS about anything' you can minimum. Second Wind IS has cruise con block, concrete. 14. 12 wide COMMUNITY 7823497. TFchg GIFT SHOP
monthly only.
BUILDER 473-4470, evet name. Bill Perry Auc. N. Main St.. Gainesville, tral. 14 %' miles to gal. specialists Griffls <: N. Starke. MOBILE HOMES SALES. US COASTAL BERMUDA MAYS OWES Marked down. M toY
473-205. Itchg 1/31 tioneer. 2315 S.E. 379-8733 and 373-7425. Original list $12.000. structlon. Phone, -. .Temple. .' 301 North. Open 9 to dUlk. Phone 473-2427 Keystone oH. In the lobby and an
THKEI BEDROOM two bath Hawthorne Rd. Will visit, your home. We Assume payoff' $6.544.90. or 473-2578. TFchg I One BR I to 6 Sunday. Phone Hts. No collect call. 1/24 terrace of Bradford County
fireplace and great room. Gainesville. 684-4533.4tpd also buy antique and fur Excellent condition. BIRCH'S IPM POST *. pool TV. AC 964-8741. TFchg 4tpd 214.CHICKEN Hospital sponsored by the
.r-- 1/31-2/21" niture. tfnchg 1/10 496-2171 or 473-3214. 1/34 SERVICES OF PLAl 320 .* Included. Totally ANTIQUE BRICK home. 3 BR. LITTER from Broiler Auxiliary. Thursday to
Calf*gScSb'Ar0IC'W4-55ll! I WORK '"WANTED! Excep.llonal ,.. FOR MINTS On lake 1 3tchg 1/31. Temple Ave. .... Weekly, mon 2 BA; foyer huge living House James Gasklns Saturday', Feb. 79. 11 a.m.
or 1733133. Financing secretarial I book. Geneva 3BR 2BA mobile 1969 MUSTANG Need 964-5534. Household .. rates. TEMPLE MOTEL room with fireplace and 964-843.M.1/24 TF hg. to 5 p.m. 1/31 3tpd 2/7.
\ -liable. 1/31 3tchg2/l4. keeping and assistant home with CHA.- Unfurnished. 'laInginewark., S9O. Phone and termites. 11/8 TFchg N. Temple Ave.. woodbox large kitchen CONSOLE STEREO AM/FM LOT FOR SALE, 200 x 300'cornar :
READY TO MOVE INi,4 BR 2 managerial abilities. Excellent No pet*. $169 per 782-3369.. Itpd 1/31. SEWING .: Phone 9647357. with lots of cabinet space. radio turntable, solid lot. 1 ml. outside
bath CH/A. Keystone work and personal month Include water and ABSOLUTELY MUST: SILL.I" REPAIRED All TFchg. 1800 sq. ft. heated area. wood Mediterranean console Stork $200' down. and
Country Club. Brand new. references upon request. garbage pick up. Phone Toyota brown.' Coralla.B.lg.av.r 4 door sedan cleaned.) oiled'and MANOR MOBILI 2526 total sq ft. Call cabinet small record $30/monlh. Phone I.L.

Phone Bob Harris, Will consider other profes 473-2383 after 4.30: p.m, radio. heater reclining (usted. $10. PARK mobile homes Breaker, 485-1474. 1/10 storage Magnavox. Needs Hunts ...8S.1663Bnaok.r

473-3133. FinancingAvoilabl..1313'chIl21". slonal areas. Ask for Betty. tfnchg 110HELP bucket seats. An honest 30 guaranteed Strickland corner spaces for rant. Phone 4lchg 131.KINGSLEY some work. perfect for do.Ityourselfors. ( ). 1/31 3lpd 2/7.
LAKE LOTS FOR SALESKeystone Phone 473-7160 or WANTEDl Earn extra mpg. Positively, super. con Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg ROOM TFchg EFFICIENCY I LAKES 3 BR. $50. or best TWO ITEMSI 350 HONDA
4733857. 2tpd 13127 money' at home. Circular dltlpn. First $1500 take It. BRADFORD SEPTIC and also CHI A. Kitchen equip lot offer. Phone 782-3330. good condition. $250.
Height FOR SAlEi 1976 Plymouth mailer wanted. No experience Phone 964-7301 or SERVICE Bradford .. efficiency 100 x 800 ft. Private dock. TFpd. SEARS 24" Color TV. ex
wooded lots ''ng roam Weekly'or
Beautifully on Volare, slant'6, regular Send 473-2728 after 6 p.m. Itpd tial pump-outs. $45. Under Ph. 904/533-2196 or cellent $100. Phone
necesiary. to
sand bottom lake.
clear, gas. AC, automatic lelf-addrassed 1/31. mercial and Industrial. mile 933-2818. 1/17 4tchg 2/7. 964-8807. Itpd 1/31.
tamped Motal 3'/t
Good terms or discount for transmission tinted glass, for Information 1973 BUICK RIVIERAi_.-, Ph9" of, Starka US 301. MOBILE HOMEl 1974. 12 X ELEVEN ACRES of land to be
cosh. 1 to 5 acres with take nice $2.200. Call alter 6 p.m. envelope to G.A. Raid. P.O. Box 126, ed, excellent condition.' ,964-8V21,0TF8e1iJi-!\ %\ ; on 72; CH/Ai ref. A stove: 3 old 2/4/80 to settle
trees overfooking 4732054. 2lpd 1/31-2/7 Heights Fl $1200. Phone 94-5879 ,HORSttrlOIINO AND THRU BEDROOM BR I V BA. Nothing downtake estata. Property located In
from $3.100. SSOO INTERIOR DECORATOR 32656. 1/17 2/7. 4tpd. after 5 p.m. Before p.m., or corrective work. home $135 ta over payments. Seller Oallantln, Tenn. Term:
down.S50 month. Commercial trained In California. New NEED HELP ORGANIZING A 964-8104. 1/31 2tchg 2/7. year experience.. > with $50 damage will pay closing. cosh. If Interested, phone
lots on SR-21 North. Ideas. Call 479-1731. PARTY wedding. or any 1, .LaFollette,".. ,' : .! While's Mobile, 1/305/349-5218.1117"'chg! CHICKEN HOUSE for 964-9673 or
available. OwnerSoletmon. tfnchg 1/17 other Important event? I ,964.6373. 17/13 TFchg' Park; SR 16 and 225. 2/7. breeders or broilers to be 1..15.5:1.1..ltchgIl31.YA.D : 1 .
p.m.. can take all those 4tpd 1/31. torn down and moved SALES Miscellaneous
tfnchg. puppy' lab/greyhound. details off shouldersi.many WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE Phone 964-6502 tark.pkkupo'd BEDROOMS. 2 baths. bedroom. 2 bath special with equipment. 500 ft. Items. lots of household
FOil SALES Two acres near block with collar no tag. your | ..d.livsryj I{!! ;' fencedlnyard.. un financing available. Your long 30 ft. wide. Phon.964.6528.11104'chlll31.. Items. 1106 W. Madison.All .
and onto mine. Call me for for debts made by .
any ..tpd *. ...f
SR,lOO near Keystone Lake Geneva area. other than ) has slova. plans or our. Phone Affordable day' Friday and Saturday
I InformationquoUfI.d.90..75.1731.I my..lf.Any
Heights.$300 down$61.88 473-2111. tfnchg 10/11 anyone debt added after CASH PAID for 964-5511 after 4 Home, 9649511 or HAVi Argentina Bahla. nowoods ', Feb. 12. Itchg 1/31.

pop)month. Phone 4734058or AFRAID OF OVU5lll.NG'For tfnchg( 1/17) December 20. 1979. I will silver earlier silver dollars coins,'' .' '', I .,.TAIG 4khg. 1/31. 473-3133. 1/31 3tchg2/14. no rain. $1.00 per YARD SALES February 2. 515
473-4367 alter 6 p.m. a small fee I'll wok CASH FOR GOLD Sterling. not be responsible for. John 904/354-3077.1/17 FURNISHED 3 IN. 2 BATH BLOCK haul .. Roland Stern. Alton Rd.. 8 a.m. until 4

1/3 tfnchg.AMEIICAN you up. Phone 475-1731 for diamonds, (ewelry. coins Francis Sharp, 202 N. REMODELING.;. bedroom. 'carpated heat ,and on beautiful wooded acre 964-8345. 1/17 4tpd 2/7. p.m. Household Item,
LEGION BINGO' wake up service tfnchg and dental gold. Will visit Orange St., Starke, Florida ADDITIONS! Hou.. lot. like new only 3 year AGRIDITI Farm Bureau some furniture. B track car
Highway 21 north. Saturday 1/17 home. 13765235. 32091. 1/31 3tpda7.LOSTFOUND. barns etc. private doors paved and parking lights old. $28,000 total price, no Safemark Tire, batteries, tope player ceramic.
-7 p.m. and Sunday'- 2 FOR SALES Quality Starcraft Mr.your Rittman. tfnchg 1/17 building .contractor children" ar pet*. Phone money down. VA.FHA. accessories, lubricants. Itpd 131.FIREWOODi.
p m. Public Invited. tfnchg pop-up camper. Sleeps 8. 2 HELP WANTED Earn ."tramon.y of Florida.' Paul' after 5 p.m. 1/31 Owner agent Phone 407 N. Temple' Ave. corner $10 pickup
ID/18 tables stave, sink at home. Circular S'or".964.IOIS'" ; '*/ 2/7. .. 7823973. 1/31 2tchg 2/7. Pratt and 301. Phone load. 8:30 to 5 p.m. Phone

2400 SQ. FT. RETAIL or office refrigerator heater mailers wanted. No experience 4tpd 3/31. 1'A BA Home $300 964-6465. 1/24 4khg 2/14, 964-7490. 1/31 Stchg 2/7.
space. Excellent location. carpeted. $2.400.Keystone Sendstamped LOST REWARDs Mole WILL DO Walnut St., 964-7921. FOR SALE ARGENTINA BAHIA MAYS REAR STEP BUMPER for '1976
High traffic area. Will Heights 473-2910.: Hnchg necessary.self-addressed Walker Hound lost onMeng HOUSECLEANINO ') 3tch0 1/31. Twice fertilized. Limited Chevy Luv truck.. $39.
divide. Midway Shopping 10/18 Dairy Road. Nameon ;'i Sa"'V.13.IO per h< $ UNFURNISHED 2 BR quantity. J.M. Edwards. Phone 964-5463 9 a.m. to 6p.m.
Center. For Info call I Weeks MASONRY WORKl Block envelope. for 'Information' collar. Carl Keith! Rr. 1. Ph...' 964-7801' 011.p.m. ."" ..,-S135: I BR Apart MAY Battle' or Allsla. lorry Phone 9645379. 1/24 2tod Itpd 1/31.
toG A. Reid P.O. Box 126.Keystone LaFollette. Starke.
Lebanon J.C.T.. Kentucky.
Bali and Tackle or 475-1953 brick, stone. Speclallling FL Itchg 1/31. $150; 41) BR apart 9646273. 1/31. SEVERAL ITEMS Apartmentiie .
Heights. Merrill TFchg.
Phone Grlflls.
otter 7 p.m. 12/28 tfn chg. In flreplacee, new or 32656. 4tchg 1/17-2/7 964-6767. Itchg 1/31. CASH AT YOUR HOME $139. No children SKI BOAT 16 ft. fiberglass, 172 CYPRESS LUMBERl1x4 gas stove 4 burner,
WANTED Mature woman rebuilt. No job too large or Pets, First and last 1x6 1x8. 1x12. all 10 $29. DINETTE TABLE with 4chairti
silver coins.gold.
FOR RENTl Mobile homes BLACK PUPPVl 6 mot. old. sterling 73 boat, 74 Mercury, 65 HP
needed lor child care In my too small. Call 473-2841. on Lake Geneva. One. two male appear full-blooded ring, scrap |Jewelry( In ad vance. engine. gator-tilt trailer ft. long. Also 2x4'* 8 ft. $15., Phone
home; Monday-Friday tfnchg 10/35 and three BR. furnished. cocker lost on Jan. 19 on etc. For more Info 1/17 31chg $1,500. Call 964-5764 days long and 2x6's 10 ft. long. 7823366. Itpd 1/31.
3 6 30 p.m. Ages 8. 11 and A NEW AMWAY DEALER Is central A/H SR-100 across SR 335 off SR 16. Phone 533-3406 or 964-7673 ..,, NICELY 525 W. Madison FURNISHED St. or 431-164O after 8,00 p.m. $600 for all. Phone BEARS RIDING LAWNMOWERS
13,1 Wages negotiable, In your area just waiting to from PandJ Qulk Stop. 964-5=after p.m. Itchg a.m. to 6 p.m. Itpd 1/31. In to Mrs. CHAIN LINK PENCE 431-1746. 1/24 2tchg 1/31. B hp, lose than 2
references. 473-7095 evenIngs. serve Pleas give hera n person JNCLAIMED CHRISTMAS old. Excellent condi
you. McDonald. 4732722. 2tchg 1/31. 527 N. material. Do It yourself yr*
tfnchgl/10. call at 904475-1731.. 1/24-31 ..". .LOST. GAS TANKs 3 gal. HAIRCUTSa -.t: i i'S Seymour Starke. No and', save. Installation LAVWAYl Singer Future- tion. $400 11_. 4311165.
FOUNDS SohnewaerfpoodleItchg tfnchg 1/17 .*...... ..n .1 r>o ,'foR..4AL1s'N&197Z- ..Doctgafz Evfmjde.aeU: .". baal"' ''-,' ; ;';. .....SsXE .. Ariill;, : ltlldten.. Itpd 1/3J."Pats," .'ilv llobl.. Freeestimates. One of Singer finest sawIng Ilchg173a.-; I
a': wn8.'a>"'rCARPENTRIVA0111114IMMIc' nw I ding Sampson Trestle.Sat. '' machines. Makes buttonholes .
mcll"'i81i'-1'h'd" Moxl'von i factory '" FOR RENTS In Waldo' HandyMan' Fence Co.
131WORK Remodeling work. kitchen raised roof .."- .. Jon. 26. Please, call 1/17 4tchg 2/7. .. i It, .. from Rescut Unit. 9648559. TFchgWATSIDN'll sews on buttons REGISTER
cabinet and trim contained. 360 engine' HD John Schmidt. 964-6774.: .. BR home fenced In HOUSE OF monograms stretch stitches .

LOCALLY carpenter. Reasonable CB and stereo with Itpd 1/31. with fruit tr_.. VACUUMS Many brandsof and fancy designs. No GAS AND OIL
.. prices. Call Ed Dempsey at speakers, sleeps 3, $3.900 ; month with $1OO new vacuums. Used attachments needed. Still I
AND 473-3477. Hnchg I 11/1 firm. 473-7066. Itpd 1/31 Classified'Ads OIL't For more Informa machines available. Parts In warranty. Sold new for MS s. TittBJkBM ft.
SAVE GAS tlOO R Agog For black and OPPORTUNITIESIWOULD Get 9648616. 1/24 2tchg and accessories for all $659. Pay' cash balance of %"AULP

W.lre: looking for the right white. female German vacuum systems.' 404 NW $171.11 or $13.80 per
Ingredients to add to our Shepherd. 7 ma. old with HELP! HELPI! | YOU CARIi To be ResultsHELP BEDROOM HOUSES on 10th Ave., Gainesville. month. Will take alder Bottles
financially Independent:
kitchen team. Take a blend red collar and red name Riders toJacksonville We need distributors. 100 East. ALSO two phone 3767110. TFchg machine as port payment.Visa &
of ambition, lots In some tag. Lost In Mslrose area Outstanding. opportunity mobile home. BAHIA HAYS Argentina & Mastercharge ac. Motor Homes Filled 1
haraVwork, spice It up witha 12/10. Answers to nom.lan.h. available. Phone Mrs. .964-8810. Itpd 1/31. highly fertilised. Phone cepted. To see. call Credit -
dab of kitchen ... Call anytime' *3 Round Trip Wilson 4732658. 9 to 6 only. 5 MOMSl Clean, nice 9646071. TFchg.BRICABRAC Manager collect VAGIM19. IIININISEM
knowledge, stir In a lot of 475-1190. 13/13 tfnchg 1/17 3tpd 1/31. add-on. room. No SHOP Just 1-904-376-4467. Free home ,
Daily. Phone trial A home delivery lit Tim ,".
dependability and you've FOR SALE 1969 Ford pick up SPORTING GOODS FRANCrIISli Deposit required. Opening. Hwy 21 North of :
cooked up a job opportunity truck, 360 engine. standard Elaine At Let .us assist you 'In WANTED. .964-8816. Itpd 1/31. Keystone H'.. Ceramics.plaques. White Sewing Service I' .....""
TH the lake region. Call shift, SSOO. "733471.21chg13127 starting your own sporting dolls, Indian TFnchg 1/24.
for, *oppolntment after 2 473-2438 goods business. Operate WICKERi Positions open BEDROOM HOUSES Jewelry other Items.
Irom store residence full sell wicker on home furnished. $127
p 473-3494 After 6 PM. or Phone 473-7042. 7/26
or part-time. $1OOO re plan. Excellent comn Phone 9645161. TFchg Office for Rent
slon.' Start
address 1/31.
--- quired. Send name BEAUTIFUL CONSOLE
,... ....;1. and phone number to Write Wicker' Rt...I. STUDIO APART- CABINET 6 ft. long. solid 2 Rooms & Bath 300 Sq. Ft.
388 H' .
: Furniture & Mini Storage Sport-About Inc. 7691 Central Keystone exceptionally
32&%. 1/10 4tchg 1/31. wood perfect AM/FM Paved parking. Hot water.
Looking For A J Ave. NE Fridley. MN well maintained.
Zenith. Good speakerrit.Turntable .
Dry & Rat proof. 55432 ((612)) 7845819. 1/34 MEN OR WOMEN Go refurbished. $140 9645327LANHOILEARING
Mobile.Noms74i 4tpd 2/14. 18-65. experience n... month. Phone does not work
All Size 964-5826
... Bays. J ed. Write card or latter 1/31 tfn has record toroge reel-
2 Sosolil New I2> 0."j 1 iiC F.N. Etc., PO. Box ONE BEDROOM to-reel tape recorder
07.gg5. Delivered And WANTED Starke. Fla. 32091. / heat and AC; needs repair. $90 or make
4tpd 2/14.. 9646201. llchg offer Beautiful cabinet 10 & Fill
FURNITURE BOAT f Set Up. S500.000Inventory
+ rr 0 To Choose : OOOO PRICES PAID for used R.N.'S MENDED for full ""' : make Into bar or trophy'
."10'' 4 I(! 1: mobile home if mortgageIs 3-11 shift. Also LPNs 'BEDROOM Mobile caff.. Phone 783-364O( q qFoundations
VANl'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP .. From. 3/4 paid or more. OLIN time for day/evening' .., AC and central ............. Large Or. Small Jobs
b. Poijitlial" MOBILE HOME SALES. Excellent salary and frlng.ben. Washer and dryer.
301 iC
4 Mllea South Of Starke Off Mobil Home Bsle, *. :tc: .....5606. Open' 7 day' ."". Contact 964-5630 after 5 W IlrEDII Dozer Work
25 Years Experience iC32a.1.a. and 328-3607 weekly.. TFchg of Nursing ,,- Itpd 1/31.

I INTRODUCTORY OFFER .1+......V4JOB WANTEDt Mobile, home axles Frailer Memorial APARTMENT $ TO BUT: J I
and tire..Will pick up. Mocclenny.' Fla. .1,4 '. building with': .
20% Discount On Fabrics OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 1/31.. (Only' tenant |just'' iCCASH -- CASH *
SALES. 964-5606. Open 7 IXftRIENCRD BODY MAN t ". ). Single person
-4 ft
Thm Marrh For Died Mobil Ham** Soil
day a .'TFchg run and operate a.. No children or Top
Appointment At Your Convenience, CORPS II CASH FOR COINSi Gold. like It wo his own.. *.' Phone 964-6752. 4( We Pay' Top Pri.tc

Phone 964-8428 .ilver. sterling. dental Bxparlanced g 1/31. ...,28.1.611 and 325.380 7 JIMMY MARTIN 964-5230
CP wanted. Phone 782.3991.24
gold. |ewelry optical
frame scrap etc. J.R. Bull- '/ 2tchg 1/31.; ..... .. ....<<,
AGE 14-11
Ington 964-6WO TFchg. I
M* Job t H* Skinttetstve MOORS HOMB AXLRS and
Roberts pay while. trawMCj 'In .......,.. Top price' paid lor PARA DI !

Omiuv local lac"". tmd evt /I f reuHerMe "like new' condition. n 0 Drilling '
Savoitty- Phone 964-8331, 1/34 I
1,4 Call, TFchg 2 Thru fl" I .
Uese' InBRADFORD Fast Rotary .
,A ....0_,solo..
964-7828 98 6.N. Temple, 372-4339 Bradford'' ] : Drllllna LICENSED Equipment, ALL NEW "

.""." I Just opened'' i
acres In Brodford county. owner financed.I 1f. Minl-Sioraso TOOLS
:- last 'ft a<;r Pumps'NewAUaext ***:TOOLS "
edreem, "%. both- ......on lecreeiMafMl' <*x<.He**. : '(mobileNome 'iCIe 2750. Ow.. '

4Wet.mpten 62 7 s. Water St. avo labl.. ''' ;
"H 3IR. I B.IB.DR prised. right owner financed.rtega iC 1 e vgs4751310.V1124 ( N T'L. GUARD ARMORY
's Height. 1 BR. 2 8. IB, FR. with Hreplece.tawtey "l Starko Fla.. 4tpd 211. .8PartS rvlc*)
.2 BR. IB, IF*, equipped, .He....... I acre let.tWWvtorcVeuele ., jr No Down Payment WlHi" ''r Ph. 894-6286, I _
wlae MH. 3 all; ...,..-.,....: t acre,: VA financing fHKs *+. j E-Z Tarms' StarfceJIa. Feb. 1. 7:39: PM

Q stel Leke, I t: BR.2 .. IR, OR only 1 years old. I IM W1 BW Dawn. 1S Vesrs.Fkimolng I*; exioUnits. .
aaulpped. .kitchen., almost, iC Avillsbl .... :
| rtey. MR, 2B. LR DR. -. ... 1 :: PENlun Braids: Skill C-P-Rockvill, $112119Y.l
n I On six acre iC Also Good. Clean ,10'x10 Units
t, | ream to growl Start with this coal 2 ....../1 eetktut .:tc 1 ,, New "Installation.
.. Kitchen .has""It.'... end cerport Huge comer let .iC -least Pslstks -iC j",110'x20IUrilts.' I e Drill Presses e Air Tools e Floor Jacks ,"<
wi tree, Owner.."" help" ''''_In.. Cell 4964114 after ':.tr' Repair
Mobile rlame '.'.... .iC \ I B 'Paneling Molding 1 I
bet .. ;, : : of Band Saws e Radial Arm Saws e Air Compressors

:L| ;e Butler,',:; BR. IB. L.. DR 110 a 42O let.ij T* Eest P.ltKs, fitIf. ..Kltchen cabinete .
ge reech style',:ever-leeklng' lake. Suffor.32both. '.32.0-1089 and 32>-3.O7.MOBILE 'wmasfMlDOZ2. Counter Tope e Power Tools e Vises Of Grinders e Porta Powers

b<* / end leree_I..kitchen 3 \ I' I' '
huge HavIng ream ......... .. VanitiesFREFE 'PUMP
Socket Sets Wrench Sets Belt Sanders
c. orts. sliest ...-. Must _.C too many feahiree to e e e
'lit Call 4T4-3B14. seer hour HOME *Bulldozer Work &.
both family bease.a I Skill Saws Gear Pullers e Roll Around Tool Boxes
i work but. worth It. lofee ......-,. tows dow to SERVICE" POLES" I. $ ..." SUPPLY_ \ '
ihlng. C.6->>14 after hears.AMOCIATISi .. '*Land FID COMPANY '.-faP"4; Die, e Carpenter. & Plumber

*. 'Ponda SJrV -:1' I VAu.a N'o:n.40ik'n'lompltS 6.4 ). "'X; ., '.

Weekends. end B;eitl gs Cell AMI* J ... : :" N. I < : OUR 30'0 DIFFERENT. TOOLS"I I

Jl| Robert.t44S Judith Plyim.fe4-BM4 "" WATEIFle-- .r empte .Ave.: V, Y.- % # *t '''t i8'rOf For women
..79 \
Silicon % .
A| refty .
Godwl.. "Alt >; eq W. Msdleon IL Blirke.g Fla. '
J B a..*(.......44414VWIIIawn) !Comm' %..'.,". .4B728 Bus. I Old Coal Cole Plan Starke, Owner: QUAD STATE AUCTION
lef Como. .*9441117111,111* iuclHeSpry.t64.B4M_ I ...4-4B4. _Hor e..,. 0 I... -06"70- 1-6-984-7001---: March: VarlM From Sale' To Sale l
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Nugent, Scott, Green Wrestling Bright, 'SpotsThree .

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wrestlersseniors Danny nadoell to 3-8 all a team only those Christmas Tournament.. All three will .; : :

Nugent and Allen 'Fat Albert' Scott, three have winning Individual be among the favorites when Palatka, /( : -. Mi',..
and sophomore Billy Green are providing records. a state contender, Clay Live Oak, In. (.r) oat..I.......1 ,." ",. Ofl....|(5P)pin, ur* .,..,
the flickers of bright light In a terlachen and BHS get together for 111N|>|OM (t5)) ...... P.iI.rd ",'", .... QMdoii {>")
rather dim Tornado Nugent Is 12-1 with four pins, only the District at Live C.,.........4'i, ,". tall(U') 4.....,_.,.| ".., UO-
wrestling- season loss to state runnerup Brad Brown of tourney Oak T. Mllo ((8P) .1....* Pi 1,.. .", l.7. P...... |1"1| d...
this year. Saturday Feb. 9. ....... ..., lir. "/.... (C") .,...... Vlrl.hl lillimill. >...
Palatka. Scott is 11-1 and has floored
Tornado coach Ronnie Harris raves .*,. (c..) *c. 51410.01/ l.r. 1..._. ((1P) .!.?.<
over the future of his freshman- seven opponents. And, Green is 11-2 This !Saturday; ', 'Feb. 12, the Tor- ......"... ((5.10)1), nt- "' ,..., ("I| 'tort.ii, unl- Own
with six pins. They were the only nadoes wrestle Green Cove at 2 p.m. ..,.$ (teat*pin, Wllh.. till 'In.uhlblllon).
sophomore group of Kenny Wright three to win against Santa Fe and all and Jacksonville Golles at 7 in JVl, 101- T. P....11 (f') 4... Snltft, l-tl !... 11111.('P|
Larry Saucer Michael McDuffie, and p.m. d.. Wh_'., .II, .... ....." |tSP) ..... McCI_|kgn,
+ % IIR Larry Long, but it's the three fellows took tournament titles at the Santa Fe their,final regular season tuneups. ,.... :

listed above who are doing the winn-
ing( now. With Saturday night's 47-18
'loss to Santa Fe dropping the Tor- :
Three Seniors Win for BHS Lifters

KllllS }V'. Seniors Tod Samons Danny ing seconds in the Hawthorne meet (H') 410. 2)) ....._ ((5141)) ..........., ') ...,.. (ass|
Hildebran, and Allen Scott each had were Danny Nugent Mike McDuffie, 3M-tOt.4tfi' 111.1). )"II........((551))aM-aia-441,9))c..
Pound Milliard roll (aM.| ... aOO-4>St '''-') Dodd (H'| 441, 1)) OrlttU9H3OI4SO
undefeated weeks to lead the BHS Ricky Griffis, and Jordan. 3)) ...,......((3K5)) 'IW-IM-MOi' Hwv-l)S aHVangord
lifters to a 1-1 week as they defeated The next competion for the Tornado ((3O5), ............ .;
Keystone's JV pounded Hilliard Hawthorne 33-32, Wednesday Jan. lifters will be Wednesday Feb. 6 in
62-40 Thursday night Jan. 24, as four 23, but bowed toOcala Vangard, 38-33 Gainesville against the defendingstate 31, Bradford 33 ;
players hit in double figures and the Tuesday Jan. 29. in the BHS champions Buccholz Bobcats. 114-1)) tamer* ((5141)). .........00.... 1)) .... (c.".)
... ,. ... ,
130.120.3Mt, 121.1)) $ (OV) 1)) Martin (oMS)
Baby Indians spurted to a 14-4 first weiRhtroom( .
Iry I.. '.. .... 1)) McDvMla (SHf) I.. ,.. 004! "I.')
ri quarter lead. Reserves played mostof Bradford rlowthoriw.34 Ch.....toy)......,2)) .....|SKI. ) '''.1'..''', ... I)
the second half. 114 pounder Samons totaled 300 114.1| tomw. ((514.) ....,...IGO.....) tap (IMI| Maupf (fO\l) 411.. ... I) ".",.,..4 (SKI> ....".371,
Sam Sibley led KHHS with 14 120.120.13122.1)' )Martin, (OH1)) 1MUHtO.llNug.nlCIHtIU1M. UI-1)) Jordan (CHI) J4IJOO4O ') S.ntl. ((5540))
again pounds in each of his wins as he won .. ....... .
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... ,
.. 14114.
)' Oi' 132.1)3.) |(14)| )MoDutf'l ('Hft.1. )- 111.1)) (C."fI.) J10.44I: I.I I)
points but he was ably backed by Kim both meets by 40 pound margins. ......... ... 1) toll ....,.....0, I4..|> (....! (NI) W$,lght)10V) 100 .. )0,,,". (IMl)IIOHW-4M. Hw,...')'
Bostic ((12)), Bobby Strickland ((10)) Hildebran set a Fort City record and a _..,..| "'1..,.... (IH>| m-irO-170.! .....1) William! ....*(SKI) "..].......
3 and Dean Powers ((10). personal best as he benched 250
The win followed a 69-56 drubbing of pounds en route to two convincingwins
Baldwin Tuesday night, Jan. 22, when In the 181 pound division with
\ the Baby Indians also took a 14-4 first totals of 465 pounds In both contests. VWt5 (;J J0U(] .0WJJ( ( '
Near Fall quarter advantage and won going Scott lifting in the heavyweight
Near away. Sibley's 26 points and 19 by division, easily defeated his op-

Larry Saucer must have been a* close to pinning a man as you can be with thin Bobby Strickland showed the way. ponents highlighted by a 275 pound 138 E. Call St. Starke Fla. 9645890Starke's
third period hold on Santa *>.8 Richard (iiMldrn but the alder broke free and bench press as he totaled DID pounds
camp back for a W-7 win. HillIard 4 20 12 4-40 verses Vangard. .. '
K,y.ton. 14 17 I14 62 _."*' Own BakerySweetheart j h_:

".'''ON'.. ..0101..4' 10. Hal., 14 ..d.... I,
SM. mM .. G.._ 4, fettle II. ........ '0. II....)!. Mike Jordan also had a victory in CakesFor
.Ma I.Ioufeikll. the Vangard meet as he won the 148 l.f!
lb. class with a 445 total. Bobby Mar
The Baby Indians play Hastings on tin scored a first against Hawthornewith Your Valentine

the road Friday Feb. I. before a 360 total in the 123 lb. class. / PlgO .
hosting Union Co. High's jayvees Martin also had a second against Valentine Cookies & Cupcakes

.17.1717. Obituaries .417.. Monday night, Feb. 4. Vangard as did John Bennett. Scor- -- =

Clarence D. "Don" Anderson
Wm.Henry Harris. 80

Clarence D. "Don" Anderson, age Ir1EAGLEIK.e! '
Wm. Henry Harris, age 60, of 54 died at the residence of his sister WLr'
Starke, died Friday afternoon in the south of Melrose Saturday morning 97

V.A. Hospital Gainesville, following following a lingering illness. Born in
a long illness. Born in Ray County,
Jacksonville Aug. 18. 1925, Mr. Anderson -
Tenn., Mr. Harris had lived in the lived in Lakeland for over 30 SAVE 1.88

Bradford County area for the past 28 years, coming to Melrose in
years. He was a retired employee of November 1979. He was employed as MEN'S 7.83
the E.I. DuPont Co., Inc. and an Ar- a service station attendant was a :
my veteran of WW II. Navy veteran of WW II, and was of DRESS SLACKS
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. the Baptist faith. r SOLD NATIONALLYAT
Irene W. Harris, Starke; 2 daughters Survived by his parents Mr. '& Mrs. $17-$22
Miss Betty Harris of Starke Mrs.
E.L. Anderson of Lakeland; 5 -
Henrietta Prescott of Detroit, Mich. ; brothers Curtis of Coral Gables E.B. \1014\
:3 sons Freddy Harris of Detroit, 141RM11R 6.00
of Vermillion, Ohio, W.L., James &" .,.. Y
Mich., Larry and Calvin Harris, both "
Robert, all of Lakeland; 3 sisters
of Starke and 3 grandchildren. of Melrose xturliEjd Kod., p.ly..r.
Mrs. Agnes Thompson ,
Funeral services were held Mon ...y..... for good toofci and ".ycar
Mrs. Tanner & Mrs. Eva I
Nancy .
day, Jan. 28, at 3:30: p.m. In the Knoll both of Lakeland. SAYE 111 quality* by m'wroi'ifwwa c I omioni
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with the Rev. Graveside funeral services f II.. )lg..y". fashion" ""* "ledln.
Charles G. were I VISA' Solids and _.. ) ....
Starling officiating. Burial held Monday Jan. 28,at 11 a.m. in the O 29-42. pl Sllflhl Nna.WR -
followed in Pine Grove 7t5SSS
Cemetery, Eliam Cemetery at Melrose with .
Union County under the direction of Rev. Leslie J. Harris officiating. Interment R

DeWitt Starke. C. Jones Funeral Home was in the family plot with -..y.3 / 1*.l..N.your! Ooollng.YSISn. On sale Thursday, Friday & Saturday! ._ ( -
services under the direction of DeWittC. ,. ...
Jones Funeral Home. SAVE27% BAY2% BAYEY7% BAVELII ,} ?

FLUSH, 12 OZ.. 15 OZ. L' "' TISSUE t, \
B r
Ruth Doubrrly Wal..rMRlJth Jimmie C. Simmons 1711154

Douberly Waters of Lake Jimmie C. Simmons 67 died Tues- '
Butler died Tuesday afternoon in day at the Bradford County Hospital WAS 1.23- WASyw7 WAS-14V WA&fe tllf'
North Florida Regional Hospital following an extended illness. \
extended illness. She WALLETS ROCKINQHAM( STONEWARE, SAY! 18)8 1l _
following an was Born in Florida the retired Florida FOR MEN \
State Prison correctional officer had ROCKINGHAM( FIRESTONE
79.Born in Bradford County, she had lived in Bradford County for 35 years. STACKABLE ASH TRAYS aIDioo VINYL

lived all her life in the Lake Butler He was a member the Heilbron Spr- 81 s 1 $1 = HARDTOP /

area. She was a member of the Lake ings Baptist Church. 1""a $ SAVE 1 / SAVE ,%
Butler Church of Christ. Survivors are his wife, Millie Judd OUR UR DISCOUP4 OUR DISCOUNT ..J; +
Survivors include one daughter. Simmons; one daughter. Barbara DIPRICE' T gQ H PR/CE/ PRICE I WA6 I-IT' MEN'S NOVELTY SHIRT HOODED SWIATIHIRTCjAVU' !

Jeanette Allen of Lake Butler; one Daniels of Thibodaux La.; one son, 2Asit. ::: 6.00
son John Howard Waters. Starke: John Simmons of Tampa; one sister. a_ SAVE21%
one brother Arvin Douberly of Lake Lou Peterson of Jacksonville; eight 2 LB. BOX / TELEPHONE/ 4-PK. EAGLE des+igni on 100% cotton Front zipper NMC llnod two
Butler: two sisters. Florence Watersof grandchildren and three great- FUDGE DDRESS' BOOK" PENLIOHTBATTERIES or poly/cotton blind S XL POCk... Color*. 01. lrr.g S-XC.
Lake Butler and Annie Cannon of grandchildren. ( ,, BROWNIE 7 .x5 t'

Orlando; and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday. COOKIES .1 ,.J
Funeral services were held Friday. Jan 25, at 3 p.m. at Dewitt C. Jones $ 25$1
Jan. 25. at 2 p.m., at the Lake Butler Chapel with Rev. Dean Cassels con- ,l OUR DISCOUNT' WERE2I4 eeIAYEUPT011 -
'hurch of Christ with Bro. Greg ducting the services. Burial was in WAS+45 PRICE ,

Smith and Bro. Harry Witt of. Crosby Lake Cemetery with Dewitt C. SAVE 10% 8AVE42% _
ficiating. Burial was in Eliey Chapel Jones Funeral Home in charge of ar CANNON I 12x1 COLOR SAVflSH
Cemetery under the direction of ArCher ? WAFFLE
Funeral Home. BATH TOWELS
1 s / F s
2 5 4
(Catherine: Norton 55 1WEAe qa w.t Ic

Ray "Granny"Turner Funeral services were held in Tam- WEAl!

pa on Monday for Mrs. Catherine M. +I"1514. FSmOW qu.llly/ 1AVE2I'1 i 4v
Ray "Granny" Turner of Lake Norton, who died at,)her home there on = :.= ': LGNNO FINGERTIP CANNON Ux..S" SAVE S1% SAVE 44% SA V.*3f J N f
Butler died !Monday in a Gainesville Saturday, Jan. 26, after a brief il- I" TOWELS '.' PK
M..ehl.g Nand WOVEN
hospital after a short illness. She was lness. = SOLIDS : .. BOLO: RUGS f7k1 PANTYHOSE
Known to friends in the Starke WERE IOI mr 'm
63.A 25045'.5,4105)00...2/3N ,f..
native of Florida. Mrs. Turner as Kate, Mrs. Norton was the ) W..h. 3 s2 203 9 -3.D -5(5..11 2".3.
lived most of her life In the Williston daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. 0031.Ww. :/
.. ll Ant cotton. Euy-car* poly/cotton bl"nd
area. She was a homemaker and a Frederick Haislop and was the sister 1o WEREya 01' WERE l1'Q WERE) WMtorn llyll. SI.) I.q S-II1. AMI. wild colon. S. ..I.L.IWOVENWOOD .
Baptist.! of the late Sally Tison. Laura Mosley,
Survivors include two daughters. and Bob Haislop. She had resided In SAVE! 11% SAVE 28% SAYE 31"

Jackie Tuggle and Cheri Lee of Lake Tampa for 20 years. 6" WOOD ALUMINUM S-PK. LADIES' .
Butler; two sisters. Eva Barley andShellt'Y Surviving are one son Leslie INDIVIDUAL ICE CREAM 1 NYLON ,
Pendray of Williston: eight Brown, of Texas; one daughter. !Mary SALAD BOWLS 1" f" 'a SCOOPS KNEE-HIGHS ': .. .oJ ....

grandchildren and three great E. Massaro Tampa; a brother, 3$1:; 2$1:; 1. .. ", :/
grandchildren. James Haislop. Tampa: five grand- :.+ '
Funeral service were held Wednesday children: eight great grandchildren; WERe 741.4E WERE3I+M- WEREJ.Mr J Ii. ,
Jan. 30. at 2 p.m. at Knauff and two great-great grandchildren. ySltAvT21 -

Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Billy Funeral services were held In the /1% BA" 12" SAY! f8% >__
Faker officiating. Burial was in Duval Funeral Homes Garden Chapel 10 PAGE goo WOVEN 11
Orange Hill Cemetery under the with Rev. James Starling of Slarke of- MAGNETICPHOTO BASKETS FOR ',eolt"ET

direction of Knauff Funeral Home ficiating. Interment was in !Myrtle ALBUM leAV.PAPER BREAD. ETC. COLORS. IBRfja ,/
Wtlliston. Hill Memorial Park in Tampa. Fa SAVE 11" SAYE""
$ \t
2 3 21WERELi.r

LLM' WERB24a.M- = 4 00 'jda W !T 22$3 :

""' .An2I" sVE 12% 8AV. 11)8 a :
r liII rowiihwJ dlnlm. ./S pock-, Eooy-oar. poly/cotton knit In .'
=ROCKINQHAM / 3LEAMINQ( MEN's NYLON .ti.. upper d.ioil./ Jr IUM SIS ...'. toinlon ooitdi/ A....HIM. :

o!' 3 $1 35.$2 FOR BOYS 4 YOUTHS
301 NORTH 964-7478 iWIRE INT>r :

IT'S A BIG BIGBREAKFAST SAY 11" WONDRA AVIU SKIN* SAVE_!% MAKER youth CuMlorwd*'.10-2.InooM Sllgnt/ Don'Irrogo.2VM. :
LOTION 10 02. BISMOL f 72C a (l ....
Hamburger lie' @ SO.I1lSd0, PbpL} 12 OZ. yl T--Y J. ,

Eat Here Or Take Out 1.79 'x.09. wASiM- N

2 Eggs & WA82.7fTOOTHPASTE. AILems WA'J ,O THERMAL !, .... :

Bacon orSausage '7" dAYE f1%
SAVE '3"
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French Fries C: 0UP .
5,5/1411 Ii : 32 OZ. ASST, MAKES 6.OO 5.0019.00 t.

or Grits 9 tJ37O I.79 6.00 IRCJ.eI weRtt., :: i
Coffee $13 i _- Su.d. toe cap. Trloot vlnyp Rugged 1" wMvf'imam.
2 WMJS'. WALWf" WAS.Artd WREM- Ollar' p pi. 5,59s see.. Ndged :
Buttermilk Refills Sam. M4M10.. OOIM. 7-12.

Biscuits :
Free ..... STARKE KEYSTONE Hgts. ; : ,' I

312 W. Madison St. 21 J :" "" ,
Hwy. _
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