Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
January 8, 1981
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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>.

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25th: Issue Thursday,January 8.1981 USPS 062-700

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Bradford Students Ace


::4 fy f 4 'i'id COmniunication: Skills,

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2nd in.. State in MathA

recent release of State ASsessment four years since thanks to hard work preparing for the exams says Principal
S r Test Cumulative Results show by teachers and students, Duncan : 1 Duncan.It .
,. that Bradford High School made a points out, the percentage of students is a real compliment to the
ly { dramatic increase in student passing passing the communications portion parents and teachers of our county
percentages on the basic skills exam, has gone to 89 percent up 12 percent that the test scores have risen over
states Principal Jim Duncan. since 76-77 and the percentage pass- the past few years." Duncan added.
Figures released from the state ing mathematics has gone to 1M! per- Students not passing will be given
commissioner of education office cent, up 36 percent over four years. additional opportunities in April next
shows BUS 11th graders taking the October and the spring of 1932 to earna
test boosted their proficiency; : percen- Florida state-wide average for the passing score on the minimum skills
;.II a'I tages by 12 points m communications 1980 test was 98 percent passing com- exam. In 1983 the test will be a state
r as I and by 36 points In mathematics,says munications and 78 percent passing requirement for graduation.
t the proud BHS principal. BHS mathematics, putting BHS above However students who have
students were first in a 19 county both those averages. previously passed the Functional
region in math and only one county BHS's 99 percent in communications Literacy Test will be allowed to
Monroe at 91 percent in the entire was.a point above the regionalscore graduate if they have mastered the
". -- X y.IW state scored higher in math. BHS of 98 percent. The 86 percent basic skills of communications and
students can score no higher than the scored in mathematics is eight mathematics.
_____ 99 percent in communications.When percentage points above the regional Region II counties include: Alachua,
the test Part II, was first ad- average. Baker Bradford Citrus, Clay, Columbia -
ministered in the 1976-77 school year Dixie. Duval, Flagler
I 87 percent of the 11th graders passed Improvement in the test scores Gilchrist, Lafayette, Levy. Marion,
,. the communications standards and 50 shows the result of a concerned facul- Nassau, Putnam, St.Johns,Suwannee
n percent passed mathematics. In the ty and a student committment to and Union.

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fro PASSING 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 77-78 78-79 79.80 80.81


., Bradford H.lgh' :\' : : 50,,' 74 .811 ,8' ., 16 .96. .' 100' ,99

f r 'gliinesvihe'High t '" 'r,--1: 70' 76 .81 77 93 98 96 99 !

Buchholz High 71 79 84 83 94 97 98 98

Tantalizing... Eastside High 50 55 60 74 89 94 95 97
It took only IS minutes and Junior Hawthorne High 43 78 71 73 as 94..96 97
was eating out of Tammy Baldrce's 4'y Newberry High 44 55 67 62 91 94 94 99
hand. It'll take daily workout to get
Junior ready for the county fair. Santa Fe High 47 65 62 67 82 93 95 98


... District 60 70 74 75 91 95 96 98
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1 I Chart Shows P.rc.ntag. of Students Passing Functional Literacy Test

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I Rosier Heads Lawtey CouncilVeteran mitt mown'triee!

I ,Commissioner Marvin by City Clerk Lucille Shuford. Priest I
Rosier was elected mayor- was elected last June to replace Ben

E ri commissioner at the monthly meeting McCulley who resigned to accept ;
i of the Lawtey City Commission Mon employment at Lawtey Correctional ;

r day, Jan. S. Institution. J. '''e's .
Rosier was elected by his peers for Bright defeated veteran Commissioner rrlrrq e
..a, the third time after Commissioner Wayne Massey and Judy

a, ; '. .' .i.4' ',y H.E. (Shorty) Priest turned down a Miscally in last month's annual '"\
Lawtey City Election. --
chance to
....-\t:2,; : .... hI x commissioner.Priest serve as mayor- Veteran Commissioner Robert

"J.. .'IIt.-:;.:,:..:.. ,!...':;:.t",; and Emitt Bright Jr. were Scott was elected He a one-year termas Mc-
sworn into office two-year terms
Culley as mayor-commissioner after
McCulley resigned from the commission -

I Some Girls Can, Cook... Jesse Oiastain Dies, The last board spring.reappointed Richard

Welty as city attorney and rehired THURSDAY.JANUARY!
Some girls can cook. Some girls can dance. Some girls' In additionTammy Is a member of the Little Woman's Was CommissionerMrs. J.W. (Bud) Barber garbage collector SQUARE DANCING
can handle a steer. And to some girls being pretty. Is Club was a member of the BHS homecoming court and is for the city. Strawberry Swingers
vice-president of the 1980-81 senior class at BHS. Jesse Roberts Chastain. 80, Rosier appointed the following committee Masonic Hall
combine .
Few an these qualities but Theressa 4-H'er Immediate task for Tammy Is taming Junior who the first woman ever elected to the chairmen: Bennett, streets; Class and Club
Tammy Baldree is all these things and holds down a part seemed amiable the day Tammy tried to get him to eat out Bradford County Commission, died Scott, finance; Priest, water and 7:30: p.m.
time Job to boot. of her hand.It took only 19: minutes. Tammy was patient Sunday. Jan. 4, in Bradford County Bright, sanitation. Matt Wimpy, Caller
This 18-year-old U an outstanding Bradford County and Junior couldn't I' Ilst. Hospital after a heart attack.
4-H'er.says Lowell Parr ah. extension 4-H director. Problem the 4-H'er has is working the training into her Mrs. Chastain was appointed in MONDAY JANUARY
Tammy is grooming her steer "Junior" for the 1981 busy school and work schedule. April 1949 to succeed her husband,
The senior BUS coed also plans a "Gosh.It's not that far away,"T.mmysaid,eyeing the Thomas C. Chastain.Sr, who died in Inside... Bradford Soil A Wafer
4-H demonstration of 3-flower braided bread. In the ninth. 12 weeks before the end of March when county fair is office. Mrs. Chastain subsequentlywas Conservation District
grade Tammy won a state demonstration conest for her scheduled. elected five consecutive terms Two Sections Meeting 7s30 p.m.
strawberry pancakes. .Tammy's steer last year was judged the last in its class. before retiring in 1970! after 20-yearson SECTION A: Bradford Ag.Center

This semester.Miss. satires is on the work-study But the home-grown steer brought $1.81 per pound. Being the commission.Mrs.,... .... Pages 1A-JA TUESDAY JANUARY UBUARC
at BHS.'working parttlmo as a cashier at Winn-pro.grain home grown and with feed muted on the C.A. Baldree Chastain is known as an astute Editorial.....,... ...... Page 4A Meeting
Dixie. It used to be school and 4-H which kept farm it cost just 1300-400 to feed out the steer.Tammy's politician and was a well-known School Lunch Menu..2A. 71": p.m.
busy/now it's school and working."But I like working.Tammy 92,118 check left her a nifty profit. public official who served the county Legal* Real Est......Page SA Sunshine. ...Acres..
That's her goal this year with Junior,her third steer. "I well according to officials who sere Society..........Pages 'A-tA
Tammy is curreniljr" state 4-H chaplain;the first local4H'er don't care if I don't win just so he's a money maker," ed with her. Correspondence.. ..Pag ',$* A BHS BAND BOOSTERS
to hold a state office since 1973 when Walter says the BHS coed. A resident of Bedford Lake, Sports....;...,.... ....Page 10A M+.tlng-7:30 p.m.
Prevatt was state 4-H president. Tammy is also an all- Tammy plans to attend Santa Fe Community College southeast of Starke, at the time of her SECTION B: In.BandroomBROOKER... ..
district 4-H representative the t is secretary: of the county 4-H. and to keep her parttime Job. She wants to help pay her death Mrs. Chastain was a life-long News Brlfi....., Pages 4BS.5B *
council,and secretary of district 4-H cow cU. way through college. resident of Bradford County. She was Obituaries......... .Page 4B&SB COUNCIL
The pretty Bag 'coed ,was second: runner-up'in the omeecqnomica or a business degree are in Tammy's born Feb. 11, 1900 in Lake Butler. Classifieds..... ... Page'B&7B Meeting. ....j30. ..p.m.
Strawberry Queen Contest last year. "It about drove me mind now, but she's not! sure yet. ,
crazy"Tammy says of the 4-H demonstrations, the fair, "It's hard to decide what you. want'to do every day. HAMPTON, COUNCIL
and steer all at once last year. So, Tammy thinks she'll Something that make's money" says the pretty girl who Outside. Meeting 7:30 p.m.
give up the beauty contest this year, probably ending can cook and handle a steer. ..
Bradford's chance to have a strawberry queen who knows Tammy also like to dance go to movies, skating, bowling -
I how to handle a steer. "when I can find_the time." < ( January cold that has brought death and destruction to much of the nation -
:;,'-t has meant cloudy and clammy discomfort to Bradford County,but no
I crop dmage and no casualties except the usual head colds and flu. (
I Dense ,Smoke Cause Rash Accidents 3O1Sil The winter onslaught started with a low of 38 on Christmas Day and the tooltai*
Fog of on
. first freeze of the season was registered with a 32 low on December 26. <4904)7e23931NOMU "
*. The last five days of December were cloudy and cold with lows in the LOT ACMA04AUTMOW7IO
I, -. away as Delaware and West Virginia scene: of the accident, and then again mld-40a and low 40s. OCAin
and as close mm Lake City and when the car was s topped on the
Lowest readings for the early winter season were scored> with 23
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result of a' thick,fog that'reduced Jacksonville but no Bradford County highway shortly after the first colliion. -
I degrees on January 3 and 8. The new year was ushered In with 38 on
visibility to zero on a stretch of USJ01B4lt residents were involved Anther series of crashes
4 January and 2.January 4 showed a one degree rise to 39, and January 7 !
ntilea south'of SUtrke : Mary A. HlOer of West
jSunday. 23-year-old started a*two cars collided: wbIGt.. reached a 40 low.
Jan,4.W r Virginia MW her lass Ford' Sedan! driver was pulling off the road.'A .'
One tenth of an inch of rain was noon Wednesday,Jan.
Nd bae1iiitatls the struck twice In a matter of minutes rainfall
J-cajT chain-reaction wreck followed
7, In an otherwise dry weafc December's was half Inch. .
only an Hwy 301 N. P.O. Soa 124
wrecks but damage was estimated after a.m.,first by an unknown vehicle .when the front car slowed.A bus and "
Forecast for tofi&tday<<
faart Nan' Friday was "fair and cold.1. fl. saosa
drivers camelnwD.. that was driven away from the car collided moments later. .... .


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Page'ZA TELEGRAPH January A. 19HIpCity

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',Iio. .. '" t Two-year commissioner was\ cut and dried when the two newmembers
.t' ,' rfo E.L.(Newt) Norman is pie new chair- Hart and Lawrence
1 iy .. 1 mao of the Bradford county1 commission 1 -Motley, came on the board, Hart
l is I. 1 after Its reorganization Monday points out.Chairman.
\ his
'R' r T Jan. 5. Norman made com
: '!P' "I", 'i I w, In somewhat of a surprise move the mittee appointments Monday, after-
'\ I" I I board unanimously voted to replace ''noon,'after studying'the:!, IIAe'up'durin J

: II, \. I :1 ;. ; ). Chairman E.W. Hodges who had been lunch.Commissioner': '"' Carter remains
::1"I elected In mid-November. Commis- -
sioner Homer Hart who,nominated IrVcharga?bf the (Road Depart

: '. ;: -T Norman, said he Just figured it was ment. Carter' placed in that position
tI Norman a turn since both Hodges and Novembet' 'by Hodges; whit gave
;commissioner Maxle Carter had been Carter the post when Hodges |>ecame
chairman before. ''chairman.'The' Road'Department, Is

,' VOkay.! ,Mr, ,Norman, you are.the the most time-consuming job 4 commissioner
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big-hat man," said Clerk Brown who can have. ; 4 '
t handled the vote for chairman. Hodges was appointed chairman' of
P Hodges was named :vice-chairman 'a' new, Finance Committee. with
.in another unanimous vote. There Chairman' Norman and Clerk. Gib.
W r 3 ,i TA' d ? but r Brown also serving.
alto was one nomination for each post. c9
r f I i { The board had nothing against Hodges also heads up the countylibrary
/ nr j_ Hodges or the way he was running and agriculture committees.
-_ ,- : things, and the change had not been Moqley. who has been pushing for
discussed prior to Monday's progress on fire protection: ;was: placed
r 'reorganization, said Hart.' A9t In charge of the Fire DepartmentsHe ..
Hodges' election as chairman & also will be In charge: of the mos-
Nov.. when former Chairman Dave r,. yr-- quito control and solid waste and
Shuford and former Vice-Chairman recreation.Hart .
Hazel Paulk went off the board was im charge of.zon-
necessitated because someone had to ing, civil' defense, the sign shop and empowered to sign checks so county New Chairman... inspection station,. mental health,
j business could be carried on. It is and courthouse grounds.In .
4h .+ .. ., the chairman and vice-chairman who E.L. (Newt) Norman took over! a single motion by'Hodges the
sign the checks. Monday' as chairman of the county board voted to reappoint)I aD other
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+ That election was temporary: ,,and commission. county officialsfiRM' -
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The Starke fire force moved in to try to save some of the ; Here-Sidney: "Griff Is (left), Merren Lheabe (in doorway
I J Willingham's belongs but most of the Items In the house ), home-owner Lester Willingham (on porch), Lottie
I were Irretrievably' lost before firemen'were able to'enter Williams (over. all), and Fire Chief Bobby Lewis (right)

the, charred. house.. work.
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p Family Homeless After FireA

..brings you savings from' S6O.OO To $150.00 during this.-
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house in Starke was completely Schaefer'pointed out those who have
gutted by fire that caused $30,000 large items to donate contact Dees to 'I TEx7- VM
damage to the house and contents leave a message where the items may S
with no one injured at 128 North be picked up.
Orange Street at 11:20: a.m. Monday, The children's clothes sizes and
Jan. 3.Owner. ages are:-
Lester Willingham was not 1 6-montha old size 2 toddler; 1
home at the time the fire broke out.. 1 boy eight years of age, size 8 regular
A spokesman for the Starke Fire pants, size 10 shirt; 0 0
Department told the Telegraph a one 113 year old girl-Size 5 pants junior Iif4P
gallon gas can was found by firemen petite, ladies medium blouse;
inside the structure with the cap 1 12-year-old boy size 10 regular
removed and a hole in the top of the trousers, size 12 boys shirt;
can. The spokesman indicated the exact 115 year-old boy.size 32 x 30 trousers 1
cause of the fire was unknown but boys size 16 shirt shoe size 10;
pointed out the can was near a wood 1 15 year-old girl size 3 petite 1I
burner in the living room and surmise medium blouse size ladies show;
a fumes from the gas can could have 117 year old boy.size 33 x 34 trousers I Featuring the benefits ofDream ....
reached the heater causing the fire. large size shirt size 12 mens shoe;
Willingham lived in the home with 1 18-year-old girl,size 20 pants suit,
his wife Carolyn. They have seven size 40 blouse and size 10 ladies r-
children plus a grandson living with shoes. 5
them. The Willingham family is looking
Mayor-Commissioner Charley for a large house to rent at a
1 Schaefer announced at the City Com reasonable rate according to &JiITLI1umm
1 mission meeting Tuesday, Jan. 6 that Schaefer.
city employees have started a drive to
Checking help the Willingham family as they
S The Damage had no insurance.

{ FiremanMartyBe<(!tpeersJnta.aUv-! ,. Donations( including clothing, fur- Thanks ,.. ,
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Bus room window to: survey.lfiMamage i8' "hittire;hMsehold goods, and/or cash'ymay Our to all who extended ,
Inside the VVIlllnghan, wdiJ| f be left at City Hall in the office at: comforting sympathy and help ,, 1r. I, 'zv ui 1)IlN 3txlMF4RT'I 9YTJ119
Utility Director Merrill Deel\i in:.our..recent.-sorrow- the ; ..... "
:$ beautiful service,floral offerings and '
grateful.other kindnesses, we are deeply $69 !. .

If' The family of Afton C. Basford Rep.Pk..N9 93 1-: a'tG' Pik. h6999.NN S
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5soutt side.'//Starke Lawtey,,, AL-A-CARTE The family of Essie Johnson wishesto '.'II.... N/IN, -NNNw QIIFYNIN,1,. {MN ,N IW NRnr NM,

illampton.. Brooker express their appreciation to SUPER FIRM LUXURIOUS SOFT
Elementary Monday Jan. 12: Hamburgers, pizza friends relatives and DeWitt C.Jones
and Bradford Middle onion rings, French fries, Funeral Home for their consideration .awirk I..
iSchoolsI'I: r milkshakes. shown to the family during their $---95 $ 95 .
(These Tuesday Jan. 13: Cheeseburgers, bereavement and loss of their
menus were written I French fried Maki..... ; !.Q LM StT1H!
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Monday. Jan. 12: Pizza, fruit salad,, Wednesday, Jan. 14: Corndogs, Hamburgers is- MN" ". Nn n.1 .PYw-Y//WIn,..AEII.1 R..NI f Rl 'III
field peas, biscuit ice cream and I .French fried mushrooms, Maker 111'
''milk.Tllesday.. onion rings, milkshakes. COUNTY TIUGRAPH ,
S aLL ovfaniM Kurmsm NO BOX imrmcs. "m ou>1 m vn .
Jan. 13: Beefvegetablesoup I Thursday.Jan. IS: Hamburgers, Piz Pubf.A. .d.r ryrh.rad.r" .j MALONE OII1LINI uxURlOUS uYE.s' OJ COMFORT) 0fiI.LYTK' POSIUR x I
grilled cheese sandwich za, French fries, milkshakes. .*131 W.Call$5y..5 2IIOO-WAlE.1UPPOIrr TOTALLY S"UlNCfD '
garden salad. ,, cupcake I Friday. Jan. 16: Cheeseburgers, pizza .Start*, Florida SM91. rest 11 in the mjHrrsv I.vl__a,._..+DC'IIOM \
w/chocolate icing and milk hamburgers French fries, 1 J .a
Wednesday Jan. 14 Fried chicken, milkshakes. SecoM Cla..pottmg.fuU II': ] j
mashed potatoes-& gravy, green .......Florida
beans, lime jello, cheese bread, ...'fSbj DENMARK FURNITURE S
and milk. ,,., : s bpedpoaR.r.rr \ z
1'huFlday'Jan'JS; "; Spaghetti W/, neat Reduced-Price School In I.....,..$0.0P.ry..r'
sauce. cheese! ;.stix,; coleslaw Lunches Now 20C ....0/six mo**. !l 434 W. Call St. SjarVe. f\a\ .'
biscuit, sweet I potato pie,and milk. *ftOutald 1
Friday Jan.: 16"Submarine sandwich The Bradford County School Board *tr..da. .I.ttii p.r jraar 984-5826 f stnbl45pe3i/n' 192J 964-5827
: buttered corn, banana pudding was officially notified of an increasein fS.tO six, month i
"' and milk.Bradford the price fJf reduced-priced lunches L
last Friday. Congress has enacted the 11\\ I 1.

High School! Omnibus Reconciliation Appropriation 1 ... ,f
., "f Bill.(PL90-499)), which increases
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the pricerof reduced-price lunches
4 from ten cents (.10)) to twenty cents
Jan. 12: Chicken & rice .20)), effective January 1. 1981. ',
English peas, corn on the cob. "Since this increase occured during j. .
(Wheat rolls, key lime pie and ,the holidays and we were unable to ]; ,
;'milk.Tueday.. contact the parents of students who ( '
Jan. 13:, Lasagna tossec .,are eligible for reduced-price lun ; NOTICtt.: : .
salad French bread, applesauce ches, It will go into effect on January .. ,
Butterscotch squares and milk., 12,1981 here in Bradford County' :
Wedn sday.Jan. 14: Corndogs,baked said Mrs. Dolores Morgan Coordinator -
beans, cabbage slaw, fruit jello, ,of Bradford County School .Deadline For Filing -Yhe Following Forms
.and milk.Thursday .
Food Service. ,,; ; 'i; !
Jan. 13: Stew beef on rice, The income scale was not changed -i,:' "W
green beans, hot buttered biscuits, and this does not effect the price of.

.applesauce, peanut butter cookie. full paid lunches which, will remain at '::', March 1 1,981 ,.,.... :(..;. ., ,j"'.1. .,.. .. ,, ''jj'
and milk. > ''fifty f.SO cents at the Elementary : "
Friday Jan. 16: Hamburger gravy, schools and! the 'Middle School and it-,, ; >
mashed pot a,toe*";;"< vegetables, hot rolls, pear: Extra" milk will.also remain at fifteen. 'f' '
cookie, and milk. :3'I..> >half. '.c jj QtsJ(.J5))i per carton;j .. Homestead, Exernptio5 j ;? : j ,'.", st
Exemptions widows is .
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Jacksonville couple Implicated in ,home. Upon Investigation, Cochran could arrive at the scene.: Cochran: Cochran reported that weapon was Rogers who live on SR-121 three- "The map showed a line down US-17 ,
some 100 robberies In 10 rural nor- stated Harris noticed a window reported she was armed with a .357 reported day tenths of a mile from the Harris' into Putnam County over into Levy
theast Florida counties, including' screen: to the master bedroom lying' in magnum pistol. from the house of Wilburnnd Rita !bouse. Several County, back up into Alachua: County,
Bradford Clay and Union, finally met the yard.Harris. firearms, a consol color TV and back up US-301 into Jacksonville1Aired
up with a gun-wielding homeownerand then approached the house jewelry valued at 93,500 were said.
were taken Into custody Dec.23 in with a high powered rifle and noticed: recovered! : by deputies according to "The map is marked in pen with the
Union County. McCarty rifling through the, bureau Young Misses Enter: Dream Girl PageantTwo Cochran.: routes they traveled and where most
Sandra Fix Birbeck Tackel, 25,and' Harris, j McCarty and Tackle were charged of the burglaries took place" Aired
.,' James Albert McCarty, :37, both. of then confronted the robber' pretty young misses have Carter at 964-5165'or 782-3577 after 5 with armed burglary of the Harris said.
Jacksonville, were caught red- and ordered him out (of the house As entered the 1981 Dream Girl Pageantset p.m. house plus burglary and grand theftof Aired pointed out most of the
handed while burglarizing the home ,McCarty attempted to climb out the Jan. 31 at the National Guard Ar Applications may be picked up at the Rogers house. Bond was set atx9o,000 burglaries were in rural areas.
of Syman Harris on SR-121 four miles window he grabbed for the rifle and mory at 720 Edwards Road in Starke. Norman's Produce or the Bradford for McCarty and $10,000 for Bradford County Sheriffs Department
north of Raiford. Hunting behind his Harris cracked him over the head Both five years old the two young County Telegraph. Tackle. obtained warrants Monday.
home,Harris caught the pair and held with it,according to Lt. Cochran.He misses are entering the Tiny Dream Age Divisions in the Dream Girl Tackle was turned over to Clay Jan.5, for Tackle and McCarty: which
them at gunpoint until Union County reported as McCarty' came Girl Division of the pageant. The en- Pageant are:, ,: County authorities Monday, Jan. "5, charged them with burglarizing the
deputies arrived and made the arrest.Lt. through the window he dropped a .32 trants are: Tiny Dream Boy ages 3$. and has been transferred to the Clay Billy Btgham. home near Brooker last
Larry Cochran: of the Union caliber revolver. Elisha Norman daughter of Tiny Dream Girl, ages 3ft.Elisha County Jail In Green Cove Springs. Dec. 5.Bond.
County Sheriffs Department said Harris then discovered the female Norman. Sponsoris ........ ..... .. .' .' Union County Sheriff John was set by Bradford County
Harris was hunting behind his property Tackle in the van and she was also Wayne and Yvonne Whitehead told this paper that Judge Elzie S. Sanders for the pair at
and noticed his held by the homeowner until deputiesMission Carl Hurst. recovered in the warrants were
a strange van near of deputies a map van 152,500 at the time the
Westcott daughter
Bobbi Lynn that the the
gave impression pair issued.
Walter and Dianne Westcott and :
r were Insurance salesmen.
11- 1t10000 Conference ChurchRev. sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Walter G Clay County investigator Robert Officers from Bradford Clay and
At Hope Baptist .t
Westcott. \ Aired confirmed that the Duval Counties obtained search warrants
Sponsor of the pageant this year is suspects for the McCarty and Tackle
will be the Kept a map of the burglaries.
Ray Thompson the Kiwanis Club. Mrs. Debra Nor- !t. apartments hi Duva!where numerous
mission Over a period of three or four months -
main speaker during a con- Assis-
is coordinator.
man pageant items of silver Jewelry electronic
ference Jan. 11-14 at we know they have been averag-
,Hope Baptist Wilson.
tant Director is Bill equipment and firearms were
Church located on highway 100 bet inc one or two houses a day Aired
Entries are being accepted now. wald.iii recovered.January .
ween Keystone Heights and Starke. Contact Mrs. Norman, Rt.2, Box 2705, M
Rev. Thompson has been in mission .
or phone 964-8849, or phone Mrs.Joan
work since 1955 when he went to the
Virgin Islands as a missionary from

Highland ,Park Baptist Church of .,. ..
-. -- -
Tenn' He ift -
Chattanooga, presently
serving as the Caribbean Director of Norman
Baptist International Missions Inc.

B.I.M.I. has over 900 missionaries rP, Little Miss Dream Girl, ages 7-10. cE)
working in over 60 countries aroundthe Junior Miss Dream Girl ages
During the conference other missionaries IMS.Miss
Girl ages 1621.:
that will be telling of their Talent Winner open to anyone.A Sale
work are: Ed. Valliencourt, missionary $25 entry fee Is required. Con-
appointee to the Phillipines; testants may have a sponsor or pay
Jerry Baker who will be serving on the entry fee themselves. Sponsorsnames we Must Reduce our inventory
gospel at home and around the world.
the island of Antigua; Bob Daton the
will be announced at the ..
Bro. Pat invites
Central American Director; and Murphy, pastor
Ralph Hicks called to serve among everyone to the services beginning pageant.Deadline for entering Is Jan.20. En-
Sunday at 11:00 a.m. and 7:15: p.m.,
the Navajo Indians.
try fee, forms and a recent photo
"Go and 7:30 p.m. each evening Monday
The theme of the conference is
must be turned In.
Forth" indicating the need for the, through Wednesday. Bobbl Lynn Westcott


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by Elisabeth Terry Crews, Sr., came for her and she with her and they visited relatives In of Blackshear Ga.
Phone 78Z-3300 visited them until January 2, 1981. Bartow, Lakeland and, Mulberry.. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited
PERSONALS) : Mrs. Nellie Wilklson and her They returned home on Sunday. their cousin, Carr Colley of Macclenny -
Mrs. Bettie Redd, of Macon Ga., daughter, Mrs. Daisy Boch: were Henry Hodges and Mrs. Vivian Sunday afternoon, also Miss Enza
spent Wednesday (Christmas Eve) Saturday supper guests of Mrs. Crawford visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Blanchard and Mrs. Maude Rowe at *
until Sunday with her mother Mrs. Boch's son and daughter-in-law Mr. Glance and family of Palatka on Friday Baker Nursing Home while there. gBSF
O.J. Phillips and Danny. All of them and Mrs. Lynn Boch and Jenny, of evening. m
were Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Alachua.Mr. Mrs. Evelyn Norman and her Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts and son,
Phillips' son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt, attendedher Barry Lee, spent the weekend with
and Mrs. James Phillips and familyof family, of Jacksonville, were Saturday grandson, Kenneth Prevatt's their brother-in-law and sister Mr.
Lake Butler. dinner guests of their parents, wedding to Miss Dianne McMahan of and Mrs. Frank masker of Orlando.Mr. Thousands of $$$
Friends of Mrs. Joyce Futch will Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse,'Sr. Port Richey at the home of his and Mrs. David Gaines and son Save
I regret to learn that she is patient in Mrs. Henry A. Carter, returned to parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt, .,f Starke, visited their mother, Mrs. '
Pierce County Hospital of her home in Columbia. S.C. Wednes- Jr.. on Saturday Jan. 3, 1981 .in Earl Teston on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. we Have Singlewides
Blackshear Ga.Her son Terry Futch, day after spending Christmas Gainesville, Fla. A.P. Hallman of Keystone
of Jacksonville Beach took her to the Holidays with her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and Heights, was a New Years guest of Doublewides and
{her, and he.put her in the Flossie Rosier .- family Starke,were Christmas dinner her brother and sister-in-law' and
hospital Monday. He spent Monday Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham, guests of their Mrs. Oughtjhere,Ralph Futch and his wife fat Maxville, spent the weekend here' 'daughter, Mr.and M son'ln-IaW:1 -"Ifcmdy-Roberts:W''Fort''Jackson. \
rioted/ jier:Tuesday,and.Wednesday. in their mobile-horn and-with their .of Jacksonville. e .StC.: ,'retUJ'J'l d to camp oft I Jar'. 6 after Financing Available
Mr.:Benton Futch and his aunt Miss son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and day was Miss Sherree Shinn of spending Christmas and New'Years
Elizabeth Terry,visited her on Thursday Mrs. Glen Shuford and Nancy. Highland. :l... with his wife Kelly and their children.
(New Years) and he and his wife Justin Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley antifamily
visited her Saturday and Sunday. We Dave Kelly, of Jacksonville, spent of Jacksonville and Mr. and Randy Roberts and his uncle: JOHN BROWN
are happy to report that she is improving Christmas and New Years week with Mrs. John'Tye, Jr., and family, were Garland Norman went deer hunting
some. his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. New Years Dinner guests of their Dec. 22 on New River. Randy killed
Mrs; C.R. Crews spent the George Kelly. mother Mrs. John Tye, Sr. one buck and one spike. MOBILE HOME CENTER
Christmas Holidays with her son-in- Mr. and Mrs. Burton Walker and Henry Hodges and Sarah, and Mrs. Miss Lauren Brambier of Miami
law and daughter,Mr. and Mrs.Tom daughter of Alachua, visited their Vivian Crawford went to Jacksonville spent Friday' to Tuesday with her Hwy 21N, Keystone Hgts., Fla.
my Clatyon and son Tinker of cousin. Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Thurs Tuesday night to visit her soninlawand friends, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roberts
Jacksonville.: They brought her homeon day New Years Day. daughter Mr.and Mrs.Jeff Chap- and family.
Sunday.We Mr. and Mrs. Al Perry and familyof man and new son. "
are happy that Mrs. Lonnie Jacksonville were Sunday dinner PFC Frank Pendarvis of Aurora,
Teston was able to come home from guests of their brother-in-law and Colorado, spent Christmas and New
North Florida Regional Hospital. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse and Years holidays with his mother, Mrs. ..
Gainesville, on Friday. family.Mr. W.E. Pendarvis. We are happy to
Mrs. Hilda 1 Woodard of Trenton, and Mrs. Franklin Starling and know that Frank was able to come
visited her mother, Mrs. C.R. Crewsfor'awlllie family of Bryceville, and Mr. and home for Christmas and New Years.
on Monday night. Mrs.Harold Starling were New Years Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and
Mrs P.O. Brown and her daughter Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fleam family, of Black Mountain, N.C. T Watch
Shawn, went to Douglas, Ga., Dec. Starling on New Years Day. returned to their home Sunday after
24 for.,a family get-together with her Mrs. Doris Perser of Lake Asbury, spending Christmas and New Years ,r your
brother; George Wright of Atlanta, came by Friday morning and her with their parents Mr. and Mrs.Willie ,
GI(.,.and brother-In-laws and sisters, sister Mrs.-Wilma Wainwright went Green of Starke and Mrs.Joyce Futch
Mr and Mrs. Harry Walker Mr. and
Mrs;,Walter Lett, and Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson Ryals, all of Douglas, Ga.
r'Mrs.:,Matties Griffin and children of LOfle grow3QMO
Palatka., spent Saturday overnightwith ,
her mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson -
and sister Mrs. Daisy Boch.: :
'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp attendeda i-
New Years Eve Party at the Club '
House near Florida State Prison on : \ T MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE

Wednesday night It was a get-. e e
together with nends.
Mrs. D.O. Brown spent New Years o,
Day with her daughter, Mrs. Sandy
Thomas of Jacksonville.: 12
Mrs. Pierce Crews came home i'O
from Bradford County Hospital on per annum
Tuesday, Dec. 23. Her son and .
daughter-is-law, Mr.. and Mrs. W.S. $500 minimum. Now available for a limited time

If a mistakeis

made on your fax 12.748 O7Effetaive

return and you fO annual yield

owe more taxes thatis I '

.it C,4ft .,. a'gLisIJwM f8 all you have to pay. ,:', ,. ( ,. 6-MONTHMONEYMARKETcERnFiCATE
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Lsneheon Special Tills is FALSE. You. must pay in addition to per annum

From 11:30 am until a:oapmDINNER the tax, any penalty and interest. $10,000 minimum.Available Thursday. January 8. ."

When H&R Block prepares your return,,we 'f.f r l.,/ 1- through Wednesday, January 14. :

stand behind our'work.. If we make an error Automatically renewed at the rateIn

From 4:30 pm till 9:30 pm that costs penalty or' interest effect ot maturity. ;
you any on I' __ _
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a aIWa ddaMonoaawnixW"_.p_
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'additional taxes due, Block pays the penalty'and =,"o::"> Ma1wC.nncawCompouwxpWniar.r.pdw0..danbmaMA i i
interest. You pay only the 1


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I buildings have been put to The Lake Geneva House (Wm. E. Sigma Military' AcademY when fire / ........1.'J.
more diversified use than the rambling Baker, proprietor) Saw service as a destroyed this institution's building, .at < Ii't!
two-story structure, which was hotel-rooming house, general mer- Melrose;: rl.l,; i.1'.1'. :;' ) I"I ,1 I. I M r .,.- .
the first building to be constructed in chandise store, post office, express I "
the settlement of Lake Geneva, and agency and headquarters for the In spite of his multiple duties in f k s o,. .
was located near the G.S.&F.: railroad Newburg Camp Meeting, Inc It also Lake Geneva,. Wm. E. BakeI" also'' l r ra RA Ma jANI01
the Phi represented Clay County In the Slate
LegislAture several sessions bet-
ween 1903-and 1919. ,He served two
crossing.etJlTOKJAL sessions in the House of Representatives -, I I

1903 and 1905, and four regularand

one special session in the.Senate.(). !
1909; 19121917' and 1919. iRHI I 1

Senator" Baker -was the Son of

Is New IndustryUnwanted Franklin< T. Baker, South Carolina
farmer, who owned slaves but was not 1
in sympathy with the practice. After

Here? the Civil War;the elder Baker deededhis
I Carolina farm to his slaves and rI
moved to Florida. His early home, a

large two story frame house, paintedred .
In view of opinions expressed county, within a 30( or 40 mile today still stands on SR-219 near tire:

at the December 11 radius of Starke. Swan Lake.

meeting of the Board of
Although unemploymenthere The old Lake Geneva House was
Governors of the Starke- (rated at five percent in built about 1905 by William H. Lee, a ra

Bradford County Chamber of November) is well below the farmer and carpenter, who owned the

Commerce, some areas of this rate is property now comprising the town of
need to be national average, Lake Geneva, which he had surveyedand
responsibility bound to increase if our platted.
defined, some long range population growth continuesas

goals formulated, and some at present, and job oppor- According to Gordon E. Baker son _____ n
short term objectives set in of the senator, and still a resident of
tunities do not keep pace. Lake Geneva the done Lake Geneva also benefitted in
surveying was
the of the which
determining scope the cure or a certain disease
by a Mr. Mahan who, like many early their orchards, 'failing; 'to 'replace'trees those days by being within a mile of
look- governmental
Chamber and the Bradford We should begin now was a no-no
they were lost the ;
as over
surveyors In the area, was none too years Baker said. "It seems the site of the famed"Newberg Camp
County development Authority. ing toward the future, as wellas accurate. As Mr. Baker tells It, and the orchards finally just disap- regulations.could not claim to cure a disease, Meeting" grounds, where Lewis Tut-

to the immediate needs of Mahan's chain for measuring peared or were cut down" when they you only to'aid in curing'it."The Govern- son, the widely known black

the present. One of our major distances, had "stretched" about four become: unprofitable!, Baker. says. ment took up the case, and it cost Dr. evangelist held sway. But that Is
This discussion was not employers, the DuPont Company inches over the years due to the links old'hotel. 'i I' ', H ,'" Wagner most of his small fortune another story, which we will publishin
The had total of
to be lightly thin Conse- a 13 later issue.
something by use.
wearing prolonged a
to Mr. Baker.
will complete its mining
rooms and beds In the third
dismissed as after-luncheon quently, the chain which should have left story
operation here within the next been 66 feet long according to the "attic" which were rented at 50 cents

conversation heard today 25 years, which seems like a standards of surveying, was actually a'night to transients.,It was built of
and forgotten tomorrow. It got heart yellow pine, cut by a Mr. Year-
long time now but will pass 66 feet four inches long, and that'swhy
down to the basics of our The the town is "screwed up", accor- wood, with eight-to-ten inch wide
future in Starke and Bradford surprisingly fast. ding to Mr. Baker. He says that the boards, 1V4 inch thick..H was finally FORESTRY I I
Chamber of Commerce, as farther Mr. Mahan surveyed, the torn down in the'mid1930s by the By Mark Fries

County whether we are well as the Development worse the error became, until near Wagner family,,'who, owned, it(; at that I IN BRADFORD COUNTY
satisfied to along in the 11
go time.
individual end his block
Authority and even the of work one was actually -
status quo or whether we citizens should be giving some "half a block off" from where it
In its the hotel also offered
would like to open up new op- should be. hey-day
thought, even at this early room and board to hundreds. of guests
portunities in our city and date, to ways and means of Lake Geneva was an important who converged on'Lake; Geneva to Although 80 percent of the seedlings normal trees they are in high de-

would opportunities that taking up the slack when this shipping point for fruits and place. themselves under the;care,of'' grown by the Florida Division of mand."We're.
not only provide "athome" in those Dr. Wm.'H. Wagner Who enjoyed a for planting this winter have
important payroll, which has vegetables early days, according Forestry surprised that we still have
employment for our been with us for thirty to Gordon Baker. "We had some widespread a healer of already been sold! a large number of this number of improved trees"
ills. Dr. who
but would many the "cream of the crop" species is
growing population,
is no longer available.We fine peach orchards, as well as pears, developed his own individual style of still available. O'Meara said."Overall .
also make it possible to retain plums, oranges, and grapefruit," he ministering to the sick;, used have been

more of our young people in find it hard to believe says. Two popular varieties of psychology as well as medicine to Some 3"j million improved Slash sales this with year than 25

the community. we have that the people of Starke and peaches; were the "Waldo" and the treat his patients,according to Baker. Pine and one million High Gum Slash kinds brisk.of We seedlings started available more and we're
made substantial invest- Bradford 'Jewel", Both of these were varieties "He would talk to them and convince still "
a County are opposedto are among the 10 million trees down to only six now.
ment in them, from an educa- industries of the right kind, developed at the once-famous Godby. them that they were .improving in available from the state agency.
nursery near health,and it seemed to work, ," Baker Only one kind of hardwood is
tional standpoint, only to lose or are opposed to going after 1
says. "We don't expect these trees to last available Catalpa,a tree noted as a
them to other after them Of What happened to all the fine or-
areas they aggressively. course long when word gets out that we still fishbait.source because.the Catalpa
are finally equipped to there are some industrial opportunists ., chards that used to dot the Lake "But later OI\.QIi\tIUDEr; : JilI! Intotroublewhegapharfnacestbesociated, have them" noted -Division"ofrtW Sphinx moth feeds on the.. tree's
become real assets the 'would' like !.GeneVB 9rear )VI1(: for one reason I thousand of the trees
.to who + ,leaves. A few
: .\ l&edfeome: medicine 'for itFjv Reforestation1' *
: oc pe4r: { \ s+lpp': st neglected ," Jith\ rJJa l Supervisor-
; to them on a' are left selling for$20( per 500.
county. everything given :..t.tlwshaiJtit11JE :': .tA\i i John O'Meara. A limit of 750,000 per ;

During the course of thet silver platter, including free! '. ...... customer has been placed on the improved Five hundred trees is the minimum
discussion, doubt was ex- taxes and a building site, slash but there are approx- order for any species The Improved

to whether not preferably with a building on County Agents ByNotebook imately 2'a million. Slash and High Gum Yield cost $15
pressed as or
it. Those are the kind we can per thousand. Regular North Florida
there is "local interest in get- do without.At Bobby Improved seedlings are produced Slash and Loblolly pine (about 2'z

ting more industry here," andif from super pines specially selected million available) are $13 per thou-

the Chamber of Commerce the present time, we are Taylor years ago because they were fast sand, while the final 300,000 South
,phone: 9f..J-62HO growers or had other genetically Florida Slash cost $15 per thousand.
should be aggressively seek- told, the Chamber of Com- I.:\tension 2im desirable traits such as form,

ing industry or simply func- merce works on getting new resistance to disease or high gum Information concerning orders or

tion as a service organization. industry primarily throughthe yield. delivery can be obtained at the

The question was also raisedas Florida Department of Fruit growing Is an interesting and Agriculture building in the County
PECANS: Pecans must be plantedin Because improved seedlings grow Foresters office or by phoning him at
to whether the Chamber or Commerce in Tallahassee, rewarding hobby which provides
a well-drained soil. Varieties
fresh fruit at the peak Of its maturity.Also are approximately 15 percent faster than 964-6280. ext. 219.
is which makes referrals to
the Development Authority Desirable, Stuart, Curtiss and Elliot.
fruit additions
plants can attractive -
charged with the responsibility communities they think mightbe
to situations.
:>> many landscape .
APPLES Grow well in most soils.
of in- suitable and ;
inducing new industry cooperative.But

to the area. this system is apparentlynot Since this Is the ideal time o?year to and Varieties Ein 'are Shemer.i Anna,Dorsett Dorsett Golden Golden', One Junk Yard Request Denied;

transplant trees and shrubs,'I hope
too productive, since the should be planted. as a pollinator for ,
this still does .
But not have start
Chamber is said to receive 10 Anna
answer the doubt expressedas dooryard fruit plantings.( One OK'd by County ZonersWilliam
to 15 referrals a year, and *.uJ '
whether the business ,
to PERSIMMNS: Grow well in most
none has been located here There are many kihda of fruit-which
leaders, most of whom are well-drained soils. Plant Fugugatti or'
through this source. Ap- can be grown successfully in' our .. -
members of the Chamber of Tanenaski varieties... E. petition'for
local ef- area. However, selection-of (he-right Thompson's Zoning Director L.M. Gaines called '
parently aggressive
and varieties is critical for rezoning four acres to permit opera-. the attention of
Commerce want
really an species board
ag- zoning
fort is also needed in- PEARS Pears OW well In most
if : gt .
gressive to attract new good production. Plantswhich I are<<: not tion.of a junk yard on the south end of members to stale zoning regulations
program soils. Varieties Baldwin. Hood' .
dustry is to be attracted. adaptable to our local l tditi &wilt' are Forsyth Road, off SR-100( was deniedat which said the Florida Supreme Court
more industry, and new ; and Pineapple.Baldwin and Hood will tbe Dec. 30 County Zoning Board
generally fail to pnoduc rcgardlesfr "has defined spot zoning the zoning
payrolls. We have always Time was, in bygone years, of how much care. and atlentipji they' produce fruit by the rt elv\,1' meeting. of a part of a district so as to violate

taken it for granted that they when we were dependent on receive .*: :.ti *' ...&" Baldwin Pineapple or Hood variety as a must PO.ulfltltorThPineapple "bave.-1h.e.:. Thompson's request met strong op- its integrity' and planting therein a

do, for what businessman the Chamber of Commerce variety.Uhe.hard.cookingi. ,position from half a dozen residents of growth which could well spread and
would not welcome more alone in efforts to promote the The following are suggested fruits\ pear) produces the best fruit for fresheating 'the area, one of whom Bill Gnann, destroy the character of the

in circulation in his county and work with in- and varieties that should) grpwiartd in our area.. '.', presented a petition with 115 names in neighborhood. Therefore, no special
money produce well in GUI'area.:.' *@dBLUEBERRIES ? -. ..Ie exception or variance may be granted
to the Gnann
opposition rezoning.
trade area? But the statementwas dustrial prospects when we 7 if it
result in (the in
PLUMS: Plums grow well in any pointed out that six new )homes were .
made at t the December 11 got a nibble. But now we also : : Blueberries're- soil. Varieties are Excelsior;Methiy,11 I .under construction and two more will question becoming spot roncd."

meeting that the Chamber's have the Development quire an extremely acid soil to produce Kelsey and Early Bruce. Methly must be started soon in the area. At pre- Richard St. Johns, of Hwy. 100. and

Board of Governors is made Authority which is backed bya fruit. Land which has been limed be planted as:< a I, ."for Excelsior sent there is no commercial operation Jack Eaves of Forsjth Road, both
will give poor growth fruit. and Early truce. in the vicinity, Gnann said and residing near the Harris property,
business and Wood
professional law authorizing the Countyto
Ufj Varieties Tifblue, and favor of
PEACHES: ',Peaches must have expressed belief that the junk yard spoke in t the rezoning, saying
men and women and budget $10,000 for this pur- Bluegem grow best in our area. Two welfclrained soils aiuT'should would devalue residential property in Hartis needed the income and they

shbuld reflect the aims and pose annually. Since this fund, different varieties' should be.plantedfor graded on Okinawa'orNemagtiaftfT'w'
objectives of the community.That currently invested in certificates pollination. root stock. Varieties for our-area Include Upon motion of Robert Scott.
Thompson said he wanted to build a seconded by Fred Mueller, the board
led to the has Earligold Maygold, June Gold
assumption of ,
deposit, grown TIPS Figs well in il with
: grow any.s and Suwannee.' +'" I home on the front one acre of the property two members absent voted
conclusions that, "I don'tknow over the years to $64,000, the and require very little maintenanceand H using the remaining three unanimously for the change.

if the people are that in- allocation was discontinued care.;Varieties are Brown Turkey We have fait>?: sheets that 'discuss 't''
tefested in selling Bradford several years ago, but has and Celeste! .(also called sugar), care'+hnd .growth'of most"'Of.these I Upon motion of Robert Scott, the for a change In zoning on U.S. 301

County" been included again in the fruiU,Call or tome by your County ., board voted unanimously to denyThompson's 27 north was delayed until the January
Agents office If you Have questions'or'want ; application. meeting due to a technical error in
:If the people aren't that interested 1980-81 budget. GRAPES: Grapes grow 'well on ;more information. his petition. Crawford is -seeking a

then it's' time we If there is doubt about most any soil on an arbor'or trellis. *ij r.r. 1'1." .' f"Ovf,. .,guesWill rezoning, to previous re change on 6>x acres 3 miles north on
any Bunch type varieties are Lake. ; 11 permit sale of the west side or 301( to permit opera.

wej-e finding out. No com- the public attitude toward new Emerald, Blue Lake and Norris. Lake K"J'"'I'itA>> J : ** ... '' Used farm equipment at his property t tion of an business on the
mijnity can put, its best foot industry, or any dissatis- Emerald and Blue Lake varieties will, Declorsmld' o1n' JI.. 'l,*t intersection of Hwy. 100 and For property.

forward if it has a split personality faction with what is being produce fruit by themselves, but Nor 'Toi>lcct Saturday"11"1Members syth Road, had been denied.,was back I

one half wanting to done not being done to at- ris must be planted with another of the Board-ofDirmtbrr ..again with the same request and this
Parenting Class .
'. ,time woo unanimous approval of the iTo
Thertat'e varieties'of of .
variety several the.
i goin one direction, and the tract new industry on the local the Muscadine type!Scuppernong: ..Association Kingsley-xLaketProperty will meet-t.ttle'I ;I'll,board.. Harris,said he was disabled Start Jan 26

t otHer. half in another. level, it could be due' to a lack Hunt Higgins, !Dulcet 'ana: Thomas 'cl"id' center S4turday\ ? Ja IO."fAII!" : .an4/ needed. the extra Income. for his .

I of communications or a lack need a pollinator like Southland, members of the board support. Beginning
I are asked to at- January 26, 1981 the;,,
A brief ride In any direction Chief Wallace .f/.I w r Harris,who owns one acre of a pie- Bradford "
of coordination between the Bountiful .pr: ? tendkiThe public; l iala.ited; .d -Union Guidance Clinic.
through the county, observing agencies involved. A joint )"'.1 i il ....- ., ,.... .".. ....012 I vshkped) lot' at the intersection of 100antt' through its' Children's Program, will),.r

i new residences, many of them '. .9. .,' t. Forsyth Road, requested the be offering a free 11-week. class In suo'
meeting of the Development rezoning of one-half acre from OR to
?; cessful
i mobile homes, in every nook Commission and the Chamber .. .a'. !. .1: II.I ,., .; Ls' rr, ,.. ,BA. for operation of the used equip-' parenting. ,
and cranny, poses the ques- board, with some input from ., .. ......noi"c'1) ,. ,..'.0;" '.bNiwt' ..tnJ: t ,,..from merit business and one-half acre The classes will be held each Monday
tion: Where are, the ,2,500 or II" JIMI"III, OR to RlC for his mobile home.
Ni. "
the general public to deter. He said,the used equipment would be evening through April 5, from 710
working-age adults who '
more .
.cr'' 0' wlln0hudq.d ?> 9 Advanced
have moved here during the mine the long range goals of elrgrapJ, ... ..... jl C., .n .'oH f4Wlf'.ni. 'j,, .stared on, the half acre south of his quired p.rn. and the deadline registration is re-,
the county, would, be productive. 'r o i., : mobile home which is in (he point of is January
past decade. ? Certainly ,< .. a 15. Call the Clinic at 9M-BM2 for
employed -
i --- ,, L ail ....heft I. .,,the, triangle. more
not ,in ncwimlustrics : r .TMCMM. !t_>UTAUISHID M7febt : .' JI..- .--. ._ 0'Aim".".. MN>I t a 111+' ,,,.,,btrs Evelyn Wise whose home is information. i"
that have com -to (he-county At least it would be rJ ,, close to Harris;spoke In opposition to '
better :FERcOsor ij The classes
I M. MILL.t help parents' unders
t ., ,I,I i. Jhe change in zoning which she said
in the iwiHt trnyftrwhiII:: .limn continuing in the presentslate { ,i'"" <"I. /\1 tti I ..,.I".i ,, tand children's behavior come*
.'r21wkr1<< IBwould, downgrade residential -
coulfl he erunlr'd, I :on 'ih<' of '" .'.f.MhAd.ri _;1... '.. .., properwijr municate effectively with children I
: unccrfalnly as to what "'.... ,_ -.. --fII 'ono. jln. the area.,She said that Harris
I, fingers of one hand|1.. ,:'or loss, is w.-uihvl' in, ,fh<' way of in-' ; b$. '" ...!..*......_'-" 'm ctta.110 aa)24.eIr.11'-00 'A4'has>no intention of'lust having tract of successfully their children encourage and cooperation

Vial ,of (horntirirfouhffrlly, <'lns! ,ry tool| ollirr develop! I. ..............-....--..Iw'" ...... Ot.., .$..., a ,>tor*on UM property'' and that he had and happy,children.develop responsible -
mip.t. ; h,-, rorniriutf-TK, who :11"(' rrirnL' l llx -, (If' ', VI O.h1Nh.l.wutAa ,,..y.-/.i.l 0"-- < f..' \01 H been in court and fined for operating a The course
; rM
ui mclhnrls by O\.iIot; "0"'. ...J.I'1 i also helps parents Improve their rela-
_... ,
holVlinf! Howjri! :i'jvdis'"t (,,"'!;ih' 9p.. which it niif.M 'IM> ohf.uititf I. '. ; ; c ; ,...",........ ,tnt.i rtr ,.+I oil,jjunk\ yard there without the properzoning.t tionships with their,children.Page .
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I LEGALS : ,1\i\ t Coi'i-muuityiNews'? .\" >I"" 'r!.t.t. ''' ri." t h II I

IN THE CIRCUIT COtlur. NOTICE OF by Elizabeth G.Walker Mission Circles) will,, meet at, the. I i i walk with
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL SHERIFF'S SALE ,Boae14.4 3! 1 tI church. Thursday Story Hour at the .i 1 lighted white candles
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Malice Is hereby given: I 1 church. Friday 6:30 the Junior Usher \1 to the Recreation

BRADFORD COUNTY that I I. Dolph E. Reddltri.os VisitorsMr. Board will sell pies. The Junior Choir Building. All are asked
FLORIDA. sheriff of' Bradford and Mrs. Horace (Bud) and will rehearse Friday at 6:30.: Satur- to assemble at 7:IS
CIVIL ACTION County, Florida under Mrs. Mamie Tyson had all of their day dinners will be sold from the kitchen for the walk.. Each
Cos No. OO-SO7CA. and by virtue of Writ of I children present during the Sunday School 9:30.: Morning person is asked to provide
In r.: The Marriage of Execution, to-wit: k Christmas Holidays. The total nine Worship 11 a.m. The guest speaker a candle and

SAMMY LEO SMITH. Hum- Execution IssUed bull. ; sons and daughters,12 grandchildren, will be Rev. Sylvester Bright. Dinner holder,

bond SMITH VS W PATRICIA,,.. JEAN of County Court of Duval one great grandson and several of her will be served at 12:30.: Deaconess Mrs. Eddie Mae
NOTICEOF County! Florida pursuant brothers and sisters, neices, nephews Board meeting IS p.m Women Ilome Steward from
SUIT- to a Final l Judgement for' and cousins. Guests were: Mr. and Mission meeting 6 p.m. the speakerwill Jacksonville will be

'NO PROPERTY Aetna finance,Companyland Mrs. Cllddori and Lillian Barttey, be Mrs. Mary McCloui! The third guest speaker.The .
against William ;R. Desue Sunday, Jan. 18, 11 a.m.the! pastor is invitedto
TO: SAMMY EO SMITH, Brook ;.a/k/o, William Mr. Willie Desue, Mr.Eugene public
Addr.c'/o: :' Safeguard' !' .'. Ray Brpoketd.fendonh, t ,, Gerald Desue and Mrs. Marie Blake will conduct installation services The attend and take partin
; ;
,(1 I=IICtOI'\l.' Teppahartnock, ,, 'ln 't"\ biriount of 1t all of Jacksonville: Horace Tyson, fourth Sunday, Jan. 23, 11 am. > the walk.
.jYI'gln, ,:" ',< :: $2$111:10r: )o".Ih.('Wl'fi Jr.,Mr Paul of Portsmouth Va.; Mr. Brother Raymon Blye will be ordain t
;1:".YOU ARE'" HfiEEBY1NQTiFIED ,costs of collection. N and Mrs.Jeramiah Bartley of Miami; ed.New The Federation of
i \' that:'On action; Have seized and; have), 9y Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Desue of St. Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer Choirs of Bradford
r..jfor1\!Dissolution\) ;of mar- In rny possession r the Augustine: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry and service is conducted each Wed. night County, under the
t [f.lagtai' boon filed following. d!scrlbed, pert Annie Murphy of Flora Home; Rev. 7:30.: Saturday 1 p.m. all pastors and direction of Sister

,' |! >qgaln t ,you Sammy' Leo' sdnal property to-wit: and Mrs. Bone and Florine Hudson offices of Mt. Siani Association are Elizabeth Dean made
Smith, and you or.',.. One f ((1)) 1979 Fort and family; Rev. and Mrs. Robert asked to meet to plan for the One Day contributions to the

I' qulr.djotarvoocopyol, Pickup: ."rvc (. ,I.D. No.F10GNEA62M Melanie Wood and Stephanie Redding Dell of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Session Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn following programs:
;; lrosir wrltln! dafeniss, II'ja'rfy ; Sam and Emma Tyson and family, ing Worship 11 a.m. Communion Ser Volunteers of America;{onfh.( plain' At,ttole propN'ty'ofth.>\ )i iobo ''J.bey'Were Left Off BMS Straight-A List... Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Delores Tyson vice 5 p.m.Church and BUARC
'!iff'rti'pttorney: ''defendant of God In. Christ: Sunday .
'' '' \(. named and family Mr.'and Mrs. Carl and ( Sunshine Acres)
'110"' .b'Georg. and 'hut' on Monday, ,the) Melanie Wood, l left,and Stephanie Redding were Inadvertently left off the Ms. Betty R.Tyson, Mr. John Tyson. School 9:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Keep up the good
'-Hard/' H.,Piercepierce'>.A.:; ".0. 19th':t day; of' January straight-A list for the second six-weeks at the Bradford Middle School. Both Mrs. Irene Goodwineall of Starke; YPWW 5 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30.: work. Also to the Head
) 4'clockon earned stralght-A's for the second timed this school term. The Elder D.R. Williams will
'Drawer 1030:' Stark.; .1981I'dlone, ; ; Rev. Roosevelt Dell of West Palm pastor Start School.
Florida.. 33091: and file said Cloy on the premise Melanie is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Wood of Starke. She is enrolledin Beach. They expressed a sense of conduct all services, 2nd and 4th Sun. The Victory Temple

',the":'original with the of the Bradford County, language arts. ,chrous: ,.science: social studies, algebra 1,and physical educa gratitude for the presence of all their day.Ebezener Church of God: The
'clerk of th. obov. styled Jail, I will offer for salts .tion.. children at the same time and many Baptist Church: Each members cordially
court ,ore or b.for., an.d sell to the hlghettbidder Stephanie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Redding,Jr. of Starke. Her other family members totaling more Thursday 7 p.m. Bible Study and welcome you to attend

January 2', 1981, other'' for cash In hand. courses are the same as Melanle's. than 40 members. Prayer Meeting. Friday, Jan 9, St their worship services
wlsa a judgment may b. the above described property Both girls finish their homework each night before watering' TV, and that They wished for everyone a most James AME Church pastor and congregation each Saturday at 12
.entereagainst you for of said defendantto means many right without TV they both say. happy and prosperous New Year. Lake Butler and Pleasant noon.
,'. (he, relief' demanded In satisfy the aforesaid] Stephanie studies from the time she gets home In the afternoon until 7:30: or 8 Mr and Mrs. Linwood Crawfordhad Grove United Methodist Church, Antioch Missionary

tho complaint: or petl Execution p.m., and later if necessary. as Holiday: visitors Ms. Catherine pastor and congreation will conduct Baptist Church: Sun-
'tlon. Dolph E. R.ddl.h.Sh.rlff. Melanie studies from 7-10 p.m. each night Crawford and daughter Sheiler of services in behalf of Rev. Davis' an- day School 9:45: a.m.,
WITNESS my hand and Bradford County Only three of the 850 students at BMS earned straight-A's the second six- Bunnell.Lt. niversary. The public is invited. Morning Worship 11

the seal of this Court on Florida 1/15. 12/25 4tchg weeks: Melanie Stephanie, and Marsenna Brantley who was pictured in the Stanly Barney who Is stationedin Sunday School 10 a.m. BTU 5 p.m. a.m. Evening Worship,:

December 19, 198O. Jan. 1 issue of the Telegraph.All three are termed outstanding students by BMS Virginia, spent Christmas Day with Preaching service will be held the 3rd 6 p.m. Sunday. Jan.'

Gilbert S. Brown As administrators. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lin- Sunday. 10, the Choir will sing;
Clerk of the Court By: NOTICE OFINTENTION wood Crawford. Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: at the Starke Nursing

Bauloh Moody as Deputy Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Home at :3 p.m. Thurs

12/25/tchg Clerk. 115.NOTICE TO FICTITIOUS REGISTER Dog' Qune Class Offered by 4-H Church Activates ship 11 a.m. The Spring Calendar Ral- day Bible Study and-
E NAME Ml. Zion AME Church: Sunday ly has been planned to terminate Feb. Prayer Meeting 7.
OFINTENTION School 10 a.m Communion services 22. All members are asked to p.m. .
ARE YOU GOING TO THE DOGS? Agricultural Building on North 301. Jl a.m. and 4 p.m. All members are cooperate with this activity for suc-
Pursuant Section
TO REGISTER You may if you would< like.The Starke Your mother or father may attend invited to attend services Sunday to cess. First United
863.09. Florida Statutes,
FICTITIOUS notice is 4-H Club is organizing a new project with you, but do not bring your dog to begin the New Year. The Young Adult Choir will be selling Methodist Church'
hereby given club that will be teaching Dog Care to the first meeting..
NAME that Pleasant Grove United Methodist! chicken dinners beginning aL 12
the undersigned :
and friends U want to at- If are in the 3rd-12th grades and The First United
BOB J. ANTON ,JR., you your you you Sunday School only. noon on Saturday. The price is $12. Methodist Church
Pursuant to S.ctlon Vice- president tend. like dogs, come to this meeting. You There will be a Concert presentedJan. St. John Missionary Baptist :
865,09, Florida Statutes, Gainesville Scrap Iron 8 Mrs.. Brenda Fertig has will be learning many useful things 19 at 8 p.m. by Mrs. Alice Hud Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. each begins a Winter
notice la hereby glv.n volunteered to teach this project about taking care of your animal as Services 11 and Festival. January 11.
Metal Co., a Florida corporation V son. Mrs. Hudson is formerly from Sunday. Worship a.m.
that the 'undersigned sole owner,. which will have its first meeting on well as participating in lots of 4-H f unfilled Philadelphia where she was a 3 p.m. 2nd and 4th Sunday Choir This Festival will include -
Mary E. Grove, P.O. Box doing business as BRADFORD Thursday, Jan.: 8, at 7 p.m. In the activities. member of the Opera company. The rehearses Wed. 6 p.m. a series ofspecial
703. KeystonHeights' worship ser- .
Fla. 32654, 01. own.r.doing RECYCLING 452 A szw public is invited to attend.Mt. vices, concerts and
business a.'MARY'S North Temple Ave., Mori ah United Methodi! SpeclalnnouncemenLThere for spiritual
CREATIVE EX. Stark, Fl. 32091. intendsto Church: Sunday School only. will be a Martin Luther King. growth programs enrichment. .

PRESSIONS. P.O. Sox. register. said fictitious Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Jr. Commemorative Program at epm. The twelve services
703 Kayiton Heights, slops name of aforesaid the provl- '' Church: Each Monday 6:30:: Tiny in Lawtey at the Recreation and concerts between-

Fl. 32656 intends to statute. Tots rehearse. 7 p.m. Senior Choir Building. Jan. 11 and Feb. 15

register said fictitious' Dated this' 1 11 1n day of rehearses 7:30.: ) Each Tuesday 7:30: We will assemble at the Lake Road range in a wide variety ,

name under th. provi- December. AD. 1980 InGaln..vlll. -,.. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7:30: All and Philadelphia Baptist Church to such as a special ;
slons of aforesaid
., Fl. I/I 4tpd "- "Clown Ministry" on
statute 1/22. Jan. 16-17. This group"from
Dated this 6th of / .
day '? .c. : c __ := : St. Petersburg,
January. A.D. 199t inStarke PUIILlC'IOTICE/ )\F t .. ., will a concert Fri- .
Florida 1/8 give
4tpd The City of Stark

1/29. Community has filed Development its annual. T5ie Bradford County fi \\ : JOR'" (. : .tl.M"' I \, ,..toN I (t.-'f""" ';'.' :' day and workshop then evening hold on Saturday"morning a at special 7:30: .,

; '
NOTICE OF Grantee Performance' \
i : \
Telegraph ; : : from 10 In
??._ JNJEMUON .-.' .- .-....Reportto the Deport. E .

c.09991 195 TQflEGISTERi.IIICT"'IOUS."odJ! '.,. .WS u'.i,.t 1ba.c.menl Ddti&epmentiv of,Housing and'eell'Ur- ,t"elIA.S. Send In a'.I ,''I.m '!Send 9.
.(ONME) SOtX11/19.R.I"'d.' Ave..'1hcIt..ivIII. :\' 'nil A ."JI.o ,:N, t' iH'I( ,... : : ,: I'. I) will be by the Laity,
., Florida 32204.A .-....... (:fenSlWLongchamp. I ( ;," euho if :' .: ", ; ,' ,', :-c.\" : ; I UMW, the Gideons rand

Pursuant to Section copy of this report Is ', /, ::,< IC".t.! '. : :,,; :, ;.,.> \(>,/ji!:, li:;: ? ,,;};!;; ;;::i; .. : iC i\\(( much more. ,-
865.09, Florida Statutes, on file for public reviewat NAME I : : : All children in the
notice Is hereby given the Community) C I ;\\MON I V :HfH :lIl ,,n'ter rlf\Vt.ii1\ ''i"" ; I church will begin an.

Florida Paul that H.the 32091 Faulkner undersigned and, Starke.Susan between Development Hall,. Stark the Office.hours. Florida City of ADDRESS. ;I jrf i; ;j i f r ''I.I"; reading eight week program Bible ...

M. Faulkner, 2305 N. 8:30 A.M. and 9:00: PM. .CITYSTATE.. ;;. .PIP- ';" ,:.I" < '.. ,.' .' ," ) \ This program's pro
l'r. 'ii j "' :' ; 0'" ''i"" ': :,:! )\\\\in.(\, ; ''i \ will be :.
4,, 1" gress on

doing Fla.Temple 32091 business, as Stark ERA. Itchg 1/8. .Cost, ri on News Stand ;< (z : / ti':; : i t.' ."f:....,-"H.I:..: .6f".,. : ;,..;.:.: :,\:;;, inm' (J'i;[ i$ ': fellowship display hall in with the ...'

FAULKNER REALTY, 221 11 f'year, at.25 per week) 13.00 I :>Homes( ):;\( : each child's progress

W. Lafayette St., Starke posted.
Fl.; 32091 intends' to Special SAVE..Save..Sawa 4.00 Sand TO: :: .. : .,. .,-;,. : ,.. .: Junior High UMYF : :
: ,. > .; .
register' said fictitious, will go on a roller
name under the provisions Clwisifptl iS.'G., $ a.. skating party to the .
...OOin : "
of aforesaid COSt tO YOU.- Bradford County Telegraph' Gainesville Skating .,
Ads "
statute P.O.Drawer A Palace this Sunday at
Dated) ,this, 29th. day ofTAjifW .pii" :
( 1:30.: All youth in
1j yjuA.9. \: I9BO i InStarTte'Florida. (;p.t.lesulls)11' Bradford county Starka Florida S2O91 ''I' J grades 5-8 are invited.A .

1/1 4tpd .......- send 1O.OQ for Out of ATTN: CirculationS )\) \/Also" ..."..Repairs, .a..ndRemodetintESTATE 1 1 l. big welcome to v"
1/22. County Subscription Carol Stevenson as the "-

w-< ;* t : :+ "4 lU. .; .-- >" ..: : ;c:;: .c, :' ; :-- new Director of Christian :ui:
\\ S i \ Education. ff.

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I 221: Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone ..1':., ., .' \ ., .
For Rent V ,
Apartments "
; ''f. ;. .
I Esteste ,
'Real Office Space for l.MREDUCED .. 11:

El's BR. 2 Ba.Central l HiA.I.rgepcNdt. tic room...1 aero .rot
98Q Temple III City 47.000-Reduced. : t
Bll. aero with 3 BR, 1'Ba, Green heap Wilson Rd-22,000. PHILIP W. CLARK, HEALTOR11\
1 1"
GEORGE ROBERTS- Broker. :3 BR. IBath. from. In fawn.. I...... 'r: STARKE FLORIDA .j..

ASSOCIATES! 'Great location. Hwy 241 South. Over 400* frontage.Beautiful Office j.,
Weekends and Call (Ralph Bryan Real Estate
Evenings 4BR. 3batft brick veneer home Its lako Butler.2BR .
Richard' !Roberts ......5595 Ann Godwin '....5159 > I.. frame. In town (...000." .000 "' _. 964-5231 fi
Patsy Sllcox'....657' Norman H. dlng 944-5964 '1 acre Ralford [ 310 W. Call! S,. ] '

John R. Smith 944-4217 Store building lease o*toy In Ralford. (Cor. US 301 a Call St.) U3 :Rlraf&/a/v-Sale, .7Ippra .,,,1.'I'I 171

HOMES -STARKE '7 lot In Ralford. 964-Sld9 ANYTIME, Just Out 7 acres In lawtey. Plenty. of frees $15.100. tt
'3BR, IB, frmr; garago, 90'xlOO' (let-Collins PI. 4'/l acres with well 1, eptlci. and lljfet pole ...ifont.I .
Frame homo on.2 lots with war.houaW.lnul St.' : BR. 2 Ba. 4=/. house. very. largo ......... building, Be*., i i

2BR, IB, Blotk. Fenced 625 Plnewood Dr. ant Rd. Evening and Sundays J&y appointment the lawtey area $17,300.

3BR, 1'/'., Block' nice-'13JO Searing Si. :3 BR 1'A.. I.. C/, bousa..larga .I...Orange I...... Must .Rolph P. 8ryan. fAtTO
Frame homo :3BR18. clan neat-PraM St. .... '* Waterfront Lot 100 feet on .beautiful Creaky take. ex "it
.Frame homo,' good location;2BR.2B-PanV. Place, 1e2.r 3 BR 1 Ba lour St. haw r+
i ; garden spot, **completely M DW Mobile. Homo. CHA. Kitchen ccllent view $14.700. r
Largo froma homo. Ig. yard, S Flreplacs-S. Water St, f ,-... ...; 'a : Appliances 'fLORI1MD 'HI
.4 BR. :SB, larg. ; screened reci room-Searing St.. I -Halrmoon Lake over 1% acre with small MH. -127,700.GRAHAM 03 Price Is Right-far this bedroom: I beth home. Central 1

'OU1.OF-TOWN HOMES Crystal lake hamaaltes. / 3 BR I Bath homo .with .. ROAD 2 ...Fra_ an 2 Acres'; REALTY' heel A air. Newly remodeled kitchen' with new ap IUpllonc.
127.000. ... M9.300. O'
3BR.: II; frm. 21 acres, 3-car garaga-M.L, Starling Rd.l workshop .
.4BR, 11. frame, largo lot. Lako Butler,. -:3 BR 1 Ba. largo beautiful Groan Acre. T_, EXCELLENT NilOHBORHOOO- i BR.2 Ba.Block Phone'*..7700 Meng Dairy Hood 30 acres with well. 4 septic tank 0-;
2BR, IB. Stucco "'rl.ctt.IIII00I.' .2 story Futch house, next" ta Fl*. .Pt Control can ... Fern. Rm. CHBA Garage- Neat "'.000. 393 N. Tempi AvenuoI SI.>>A.OO per acre IJt':

Ml.South am.,,, o* somo typo commercial, eke .... lot., Satisfaction Is what you'll get ....rytl_ cook In
-:38*, 21. Stucco Fireplace r .5 PECAN TREES ON THIS 1 ACRE- with 3 BR. lie. with yaw
Largo lot. 2 mobile homos-Sampson lake Rd. Cortege with 225" frontage on boauttfwl Black Crook.MlddUburg. Modern! brick hom.-...... Rm. FP-Ger- $49.90 .cr.-WILL.LEASE tank this newly remodeled ..tch.... Plenty .f cabinets and s .
.Beautiful. 4 IR.2B. brick, .px. A-Wof lawtey.Doubla option to buy septic breakfast bar came In this, 2 bedroom 1 bath ham. :Hit
il1R.1%I,' C Block. apx SA. SR HW .:SOVi'cKroSWffKvWy 0t\9 BR I'A bath.I brick veeeer -ecros-SS.OOO; S ecres-$9.000-10% down-4 yrs wall A tight pole.In S2S.BOO. 'inr.ri.

garage IViA. SR lOOi.Frame .. homo, vas.& t>V>!Hr4ta| }trees. g.... ... cureRborne. 10%.
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Brick. 3 BR. 2.. garage apx.. 4V4 Astern Rd. V -3 lie,.. I ""-".000 par.A.-12%'down,. 10 m_ .. country large frame 3 bedroom 2 bath horn., equipped kitchen,central h... ., 'rl'
BR IBlg.outfcldg.api.
.. I IB-home. 'IBR.IB. 1OA.-OH Baylos Hwy 011. M I IS lot Wesrmarafemf St.. alee trees: 9'A%. homo. with acre of land. .Ir S44.SOO. r:r
-New'; Cypress1 kitch.n dining-Cry.tal L.... A. -Beautiful ff'.' with. 41e pawn troos,4"woH.3 asp. .10 sera graded road '''.SGCI with ..".. .. Ill:
02., IS. IR.SIR.FR.2B, Brick--Country Club .1'_" f.. tanhs. 3 fish 'ponds- -... A crass .-. .k.' 10.11 acros on US 301-$20,360: good ........ .Frame home. with .' 10eras. 3 bedroom block home with central heat B air carpet. 'i-
Pool FP. ,- Barn, ...... spells nice lot $2tS00.
; SA.. :3BR; 21 :=-S.R. 100E. posture groisV Terms.Apartment '
!3 l.rg..pprax.( IB, 11; DR.. I aero lot-S.'. 1001. beauty shop barber shop hulUmg. (or ..... ? Old) ,homo*, now homes,' forma< '-.!, ..**... slid many starago. Asaoclets-Emlegs
II. ape.. business and .Industrial. site : ltullcll.. .., A. Colnei' 7IJ-J1M -: ro*!
!Brick homo;.." .*.''32 acres S.R.,121.. or could" changed. to another typo business, near Holiday Terry Kay C.Weters *i4941
Innj T."" ..' Eileen Patsy. N.Lawson-94-4927 j infit
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Newlywed Couple < > r .'I. "I ',.. ': .... .f \,", "" -.,' .
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Mr. and Mrs. David Silcox who O ,. ,.. I ,, ".\ ; '1.'

were recently married were honoredat ,. j I ,, ; ., II :'
I Open House Sunday, Dec. 28, at ,.j I .,\ '. I .' I I ( In.'
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren ;rfW" : \ ,;, ,! I 'j I ''' :: l\
Winkler on W. Pratt Street. ':; ." yury ." ... d It to!
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Co-hosts Mr. and Mrs. Bill .
were _
Adams Mr.and Mrs.John Anderson s.e GJ/f' "f't:1lTi t3WJ, 1C;

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs, Mr. and .,
Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr..Dr. and Mrs. 964.7604 I : k. L
J.E. Denmark and Mr. and Mrs. Joe IW
1 Vallnskl. ::
Christmas decorations were used to fi-

highlight points. of Interest in .
Dinner : J
M Tla Shrine/ Club Holds Holiday
rooms. Jackson Bldg. Supply' ....IJ'
The silk hosts flower presented arrangement.the couple as witha a Has Christmas Dinner! Starke Shrine'Oub': held their'an'' .. .' Cunningham second! vlce-presid; .mo

memento of the occasion. ,Jackson Building Supply held a nual Holiday dinner Saturday night at .Mac Baldwin secretary; and. Gib. ) <>.i.
Among the 79 attending between the Christmas dinner at Western Steer the SUrke Golf and Country Club. .Brown treasurer. 'C .s'!.
hours 8 and 11 p.m.were Mr.and Mrs. Steak House during the holidays with Steak dinners were served to diners During the dinner the new .
Vernon Silcox.. parents of David the 35 attending including employees.. at tables covered with red linen cloths were' recognized. af- I1
1 1t Silcox. husbands wives and dates, and centered with hurricane candles. Approximately' 110 attended the c ., Music was furnished by. W.B.! New officers that will be installed fair. >''.;:Jniniliiti
McKinney on the violin accompaniedby ) Jan. 14 at the Morocco Temple in ....,..... .iLrti..rni-riiir"-i...".-..'fJ t..,*
\, Art Showing At Raymond Moody at the piano; Jacksonville were announced: Maxie Burge I Searing and family of bH
Woman's Club Raymond and Joyce Moody.also sanga Carter Jr., president; Robert Jacksonville visited his mother, Mrs.. '.? ?
'1 if t i, ,. The Starke Woman's Club will havean duet. Mulliiu first vice-president; Richard: Earl B. Searing on Saturday. ', ;,-.
Exhibit at the January lun- Rev. Roman Alvarez pastor of _._ -- .. ,. .,.
Art -- --"- -- .rCHRIST'
: .
: : Pine Level Baptist Church presented
t Wednesday.Jan.14,at
cheon meeting
", he Christmas message and Mark LUTHERAN
( II 12 noon at the club house.
Jackson his personal testimony.
'. Co-chairmen Mrs.A.J. Barry and gave A
members to The dining tables were gayly 'CHURCH
Carlisle invite
\ Mrs.Al '
with candles
turn in art exhibits and needlework of .decorated

Ppi : 1-. any previous kind to to Wednesday the Magic or if Needle theycan't Christmas The dinner arrangements.was concluded by the Pastor Glen Schmle'ge 47 .2,419 'IM'ii
k \. call group singing of Christmas carols.
be brought to the shop i CJMC
964-6300 and they will be picked up. ----..........- ---_...,.. .. ........ Church Service 10:30: AM ,
( Hostesses for the meeting along as:'
with Mrs. Barry and Mrs. Carlisle Mrs. Vern Lee and Mrs. Jerry Lee,
will be: Mrs. w.S. Haas Mrs. J.H. and grandson Shiloh of Kissimmee keystone Lion's Club Ira t
: DuPre Mrs. Gladys Weldon, Mrs. were last Wednesday and Thursday
J.D. Odom Mrs. John Griffin Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell .*Sunday School and Bible School R..uitmd.8 AM
W.C. Powell and Mrs. Martha Dorko. Jr. 1 r

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Lawson
Lisa and Chris Lawson i
AAooneyham .. i
Married Dec. 13 in Lake ButlerThe THE SIZE YOU WANT AND IF ONE t:&
marriage of Lisa Mooneyham She wore a long cathedral veil with .:;:
and Christopher Lawson was solemnized matching lace edging. She carried a
Dec. 13 at 7p.m. in the First bouquet of pink roses and baby's I
Baptist Church in Lake Butler with breath with pink satin streamers.A Pick Your Own Produce!
Rev. Melvin Owen and Rev. James reception immediately followedin
Cowart officiating.Lisa the Lake City Community Center.
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The bride's table was graced with
Wallace L. Mooneyham of Lake the large three tiered white wedding EVERYTHING WE SELL HAS A
Butler. Chris is the son of Mr. and cake decorated with miniature red MONEY I
Mrs. Daniel Lawson of Raiford. roses. The round table was covered
The church was decorated with two with a floor length red cotton brocade BACK
large baskets of white gladiolus pink and white lace overlay. The groom's S + r :
carnations and pink roses. Potted table was identical with a red nr@ eRSUPlR
white poinsettias were placed as Christmas arrangement beside the
background plants. 1long chocolate grooms cake. The long :;
candelabra and two side candelabraswere punch table was covered in a white .' i
used for the candlelight double- floor length nylon cloth edged in lace. : .:;
ring ceremony.) Hot punch was served from a silver rc .' )
Prior to the ceremony Jimmy tea service. Sparkling red punch was ""O'-A" <." .' ':ri ; ;it

Alvarez played a piano medley of served chilled in a large crystal bowl. fa, ." .. .' ,"&7":p ,. ,, .'...
wedding songs.) Marcie and Lori Also on the table the holiday theme .. ::;;
Mooneyham sang a duet accompanied was carried out with red candles and :
on the piano by Cheryl ribbons.
McDaniel. Donald Crawford sang a The white table cover was repeatedat : TUNA : ,
solo accompanied by Jimmy Alvarez. the long buffet table which was gar- : .' -
With Donnie on the guitar Denise and nished with a large variety of WAn.QIIDIL Tr! .a '
Donnie Crawford sang a duet. At the foods prepared by Cheryl finer : ". : .PR Jjt( ; IiIll'l--R +a r _:J +: .
close of the ring ceremony Jimmy Clara Hamilton and Lann Boyd. ; 5 g' Fu. -- ,,_ ,. _'. :...i......, '"
Alvarez sang a solo.At the close of the Servers were Deet Harrington Louise &.50& ... SAVE U. :

service Lisa and Chris recited from Varnes. Margie Varnes Leigh : CAN .. LAttae IWlncx FRESH, .Mvu FRESH 5 La BAa
the book of Ruth l:2S-27 followed by Gallups Edress Home Karen Zimmerman WITH THIS COUPON OOOD THURB.,JAN.S t7 I FRESH .
the ringing of) the church bells by Hal Tana Duckett Vicki Revels U COUPON THIICI.ID..AN.14.1'.I.LI..T.WITH! A T.3O OR MORE POOD 1 .. CALIFORNIABROCCOLI 78J1e GREENCABBAGE 18AORAGES {Jo C .
Barrington. and Yvonne Brown. Hostess for the D ODDER.TOBACCO PRODUCT EXCLUDED. 1
Gregg Stephens was best man. reception was Lann Boyd the bride's .....l..S' ...M... .
Ushers were Jim Coughlin Buddy aunt. '. .. SAVE 10 FRESH CRISP SAYS 7*A Up CrVMAIMAfl SAVE 24 PRESH FLORIDA JUNE I

Revels.David Thigpen, Richard Sapp The wedding book was kept by Escarole. . PKO.J9S Rutabagas tulo: Oranges . 12sAve /*1 i
and Stewart Duncan. Serving as ring Gayle Nicula. A live Christmas arrangement IO.FRESHLY PACKAGED AVB/.-.PUSH FLORIDAGrapefruit SAYS al'. I U TIIAY COUNT.Y STAND t...
bearer was the bride's nephew Daniel with lighted candles Slaw or S lad PKO. l37C .,'. '6/*l Mushrooms. . "I4
Crawford. highlighted the guest book table. A .
Cheryl McDaniel sister of the large potted Christmas cactus placedin LOW PRICE .
bride was matron of honor. Denise the hall by the bride's aunt Margie fJIO .' HI1IS .1-.
Crawford Lori! Mooneyham and Mar. Varnes, enhanced the holiday decora '. 'RQqIR.uS:
cie Mooneytiam sisters of the bride tions. PANTRY PRIDE '
Cindy Simmons sister of the groom Rice girls were Heather Wilson and uD:
and Hope Poland were bridal atten- Allison Foister who were lovely in .FLAKED '
dants. They were gowned identicallywith long dresses of Christmas reds. MVII'II'GCUrl.IIAY' libIVA
floor length gowns of nylon Out-of-town guests were Mr. and COFFEE: Grapefruit Juice. .8139 n?? *
burgundy red and carried pink carna- Mrs. Joe H. Boyd Chattahoochee "=':::".:::=-..-. (12isV
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pink silk rose hair adornments. Mattie Ingram and. Mr. and Mrs. BAG Spaghetti S
Little Miss Mandy Carter, cousin of Harold Waster of Jacksonville Mrs. AVB 4S-.>M PORJt.CHICKEN MEI", :
the bride as flower girl wore a floor Clara Hamilton of Greenwood and Noodles *: :::?:*>. 5lSAVE .. '.....
length chiffon pink gown with identical Mr. and Mrs.Jim Lawson of Orlando.A $179 lo."I.n..I...._ Se'.aa_PET "J.
hair piece. barbecue luncheon held at 2 *
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The bride wore a cathedral length p.m. at the home of the bride's R.C. Cola 01lP051T.PLUS $/S 1 Kidney ,1 i ". !lV,1t
satin gown with long sleeves which parents for all out-of-town guests.Approximately SAVE 2O.100 COUNT PANTRY PRIDE SAVE 10*.Tal VEO.BEEP OR HAM S PEAS ,- were fashioned in a gathered cuff edged 30 guests attended. l39 S ,99- ,
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Did You Know............
To Celebrate50th Letreze,Sfrjgper'Ii' : ,

'-" -David Underill of Memphis 'r nn., Airman and Mrs. Rex Anderson' ,Jt:' W/lIbml/} ; IJorddr ;l" ;4rMrrred' '! + t ,
AnniversaryMr. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. R.W, Underlll and Miss. of Homestead spent the. past,two. 1 ", ."" I"' ;I', yr rye
and Mrs W.J. Dodd, Jr.. will ,. \e1'Mary Jane Fox ot, India lantic were:, weeks with their parents. Mr and D.ecLetrtze < '4oV
celebrate their golden wedding an- S. ** ..Mpnilay to Thursday,guests last week '.Mrs. Nick Harper in Lawtejf ahll Mr 'I Stpiiiger; 6f Gainesville;
niversary Sunday Jan. 11,from 3 to 3 ,'tKcfJ>Mr. anI!,'Mrs. \ "' .Il, Moncrief. and Mrs. Rex Anderson in,Starker : daughter'ol!'Etnrtiett, Stringer of
p.rrt. at a reception glvwi by their' KarenMartaryot'h. J j. Wend guestr were:Dr. and Mrs. I ". ''I Dectttuv Gar and the lain Estelle P,
children at the Madison Street Baptist Durant and Sherry' Carlton 'of' Rob Underill of Gainesville. Jimmy ,Andrews of, Fort Louder' : Stringer; and :"William Eaton Jordanof ...
Church Fellowship Hall. Starke announce the birth of a dale spent Dec. 26-Dec. 30 wilh,hiS/I/ Vajdogta,Gff:, son of Mr. and Mrs.
All friends and relatives are invited daughter Karen Marie born Dec. 12 Warren E. Perkins'of' Gainesville parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,lLevon> An Eston:Jordan of Starke were united In
to attend. In Shand's Teaching HIpital.\.She( '', 'was{ here Friday visiting his. sister drews. marriage Saturday Dec.20, at 4 p.m.

The family requests. .no. .gift Joins a sister Melissa ;Anne \wo + vlr( s. Earl B. Searing. .., .. ..l' ', In Highlands Presbyterian Church in
please. .* : *' years old. -''i' ,, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Buford and Mrs. 'Gainesville,with Rev. William Shea ? I' 4
,' Paternal grandparents air! Mr. and i'!m, ,'!\\Ill". and Mrs. W.B. Thompson and'*: Gloria: King visited \Mike King in performing the nuptials.
Jeremy ScottCelebrates Mrs. Ernest D. Carlton of Ralford.' 1,! Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompson had as' Leesburg on Sunday. I Highlighting the altar were noinsettlas -
i ptI'
Maternal grandparents Mr. and candles and greenery. Candles
are ,I New guests Mr. and Mrs, ?
Second Mrs. Doris Cole Jr. of Starke. Everett Woody and Mr. and Mrs.. Miss Vicky,Turner of Belle Glade with 'hurricane globes marked the
BirthdayLittle James' Taylor of Oklawaha, Mrs. and Miss Kay Turner of Jacksonville pews'on thecpnter: aisle. .
spent the past week with their 'I Providing a program of nuptial
Michael Allen Ollie Ondo of QcalaMr. and Mrs.BillD.
Jeremy Scott; who was the CopUlloi! Thompson and daughter and Tim mother Mrs. Janet Turner.. music were Steve( Saxon, violinist: and
New Years baby for Starke and Mr.and Mrs. William Thompson of Gainesville.Mrs. 0' \ soloist and Brenda Saxon, pianist
Gainesville 1979,Celebrated his second announce the birth of Paul Costello, ; Mrs. John Greene spent last ,week Charles Hardy IV of Phoenix,Arii.
birthday Thursday Jan. l, with Allen born Dec. 2t'a son In"Shand's( Michael Lila Caldwell, Mrs. Lila Rae, 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.iH.L. served as b.est man and Paul
a party given by his parents, Mr.,and Teaching Hospital. Yawn and Mrs. June Edwards attended Chancey in Wacissa after the death of Rochester ''and Dale Stoots of
Mrs. Bruce Scott. Paternal grandparents are Mr.and the wedding ,of Mrs. Caldwell' her brother, Henry Chancey on,,Dec; Jacksonville and Lyle Wilson of Melanie (Hal
centered The refreshment table was Mrs. Bill E. Costello,of. Keystone treat niece Esma Lee Dean to Roger 26. :Gainesville Were ushers. Robert llvvvp, Jr.
with a Big Bird
birthday Heights.. Maternal'' in Fairfield on Saturday.
cake and other trays held fruit cake Mrs. Claire Garvin grandp rents are Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones and Mary Stools of Jacksonville attended Melanie Hale,
of '
and pound cake. Lemonade Tampa and I sons spent last Tuesday!to Sunday as matron of honor. Attendantswere
coffee James Nudera Miss Jean Mundy has returned to Robert
of Colorado N. Howe Jr.
and ice cream were also served to the Colo. .Springs Tallahassee after spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.,Harry Brenda Gramlling. and Roxann ,
34 guests. The table appointments 'with:ier mother Mrs. W.B, Mundy. S. Workman in Miami. Paschal 'pf Gainesville and Delilah Engagement Told
carried out the Choo-Choo Pinkerton of Atlanta. They were at
theme with train Danielle Bargeron and Mrs. Herbert Thomas of tired alike in dusty rose floor length Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mallette Haleof
matching cloth and. AI and. Marge Carlisle Mac and Mr. Lake Butler and Keystone
napkins. Palatka.. former Starke residents; gowns with empire waist; finger Heights
Carol Baldwin Joey and Linda the
Steve announce
and of
Rebecca 'their
Bargeron of have bought the R.L. Epperson house pleats and short jackets. They worebaby's engagement
Baldree and Jeanette Hamilton at- daughter
Lakeland ; Melanie Carole
Ga announce the birth of to Robert
a Street and In the breath cluster as a hairpiece.
W. Pratt
Junior Woman's Club daughter Danielle born Dec. 18. tended a square dance in' GainesvilleNew at 818 of moving in. are The matron of honor carried two long- Nick Howe, Jr., son of Mr and Mr*.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.-and Years Eve. process stemmed red roses while the attendants Robert Nick Howe Sr of (James*'tile.

To Meet Jan. 12 Mrs. Benjamin L. Bargeron of ............. ...........,..... ,-,._--------- carried one long-stemmed red A spring wedding is planned

The Junior Woman's Club will start Lakeland Ga. Maternal grandparents John Joseph Anderson Skiing at Blowing Rock, N.C. Dec. 'rose.
planning for the Strawberry Pageantto are Mr. and Mrs. John W. 26-Dec. 30( were Mr.. and Mrs. John marriage by her Miss Kathy Locke
Starke. The bride given in
( be held in early April ,at their Maternal great Rev and Mrs. Michael Anderson of Miller, Kevin and Mary Anne Mr, Venice lace and siesta
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. father, wore a Shower
are R.G. Honoree
meeting Monday night, Jan. 12, at Mrs. Kingsley Lake announce the birth of a and Mrs. Marion Payne and Nancy with wide Queen Anne
Alvin knit
7:30: p,m. at the club house., Jacksonville Paternal L. Plymptonof son, John Joseph, born'Dec. 30 in Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, Mr. and neckline gown, fitted sleeves appliqued Miss Kathy Locke. whose marriage
All members are urged to(. be pre grandmother is; Mrs.' Eva great Mae Alachua General Hospital. He joins a Mrs. Lee Casey and daughter and with Venice lace and accented at the to Stephen Register will he on event of ,
sent. Walker of Waycross, Ga. .; brother, David, two years old. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs. wrists with covered buttons. The Jan. 17, was honored it a bridal :.
gown had a chapel length tram with shower Monday nighl.? Dec. :I\t.\ al the
Watteau design with covered buttonsat home of Mrs Michael Sexton in ('on

r the back. Her Venice lace headpiece erly Estates.
secured her fingertip veil appli- CohoStCSSPR.el'c Mrs Jim Dun
iued with Venice lace. She carried a can, Mrs. JT, Prevntt Jr. Mrs Hick
DEVIL--LE bouquet of orchids and variegated Stephens ".
"spider plant". Three games with prizes wore en
STONEWARE INFORMATION joyed by the 20 guest during t he par
A reception was held at the ty hours 7 and 9:JO) p,rn.

Highlands Presbyterian Church
where the Christmas theme was carried -
out. Methodist Women

Standing in the receiving line were Honor College Students

the bride and groom, their parents At Christmas Dinner
attendants. Elizabeth
and bridal
YOU CAN'T Pinkerton of Atlanta kept the bride's United Methodist; Women of Starke

u : e r N 6 BUY BETTER book. honored college students, arid servicemen '
Centering the bride's table was a with'a covered dish I luiKhtun

C ., .... ...SO WHY three tiered wedding cake decorated Sunday, Dec. 28, in )Fellowship' Hall
BRAU NSCH WEIGH R with red carnations and red roses. following the morning service
I PAY MORE? Ann Liddell of Gainesville cut the Among those also attending sver'.

cake.A Campus Ministry chairpersons: Mrs
Id I Warren Winkler and Mrs Jack

Y two tiered chocolate cake Eaves: Mrs. Don rharnton. president:
centered the groom's table. o!(:UJMW; and parents

i I Bonnie Chamberlin, Penny Houk
J I 1 "' Padie and Faye Bush presided at the punch

table. Jodi Gooding of Gainesville Elaine Nugent,
wrx. ea.r. euvr.r assisted. Buddy Collings

SAVE 30< A LB I ON ANYCOUNTY I Florida Following and a Louisiana wedding the trip couple to South is To Wed Feb. 7

'eSiding In Shreveport, La.
( LINE I The bride graduated from Palatka Miss Elaine Nugetil and Buddy Col-
.. JAN. 0 THRU WED JAN..I4. '19QL y., I I Senior High School and St Johns lings will be united in marriage Sat ur
'-'r* "r'-. OUAMTITT Rtffrfa- R!!,, 'IRIIED.. I CHEESE ttF I River Junior College, Palatka and..attended -.1. day, Feb. 7, at 7 pin, m the First .'
'MC'A''TS: I ': ,,:'J: I the University'of' Florida: -' United Methodise 'C'liul'cn'i, ithh '
F .... ITEM o.r I The groom graduated from Brad reception' following in the StarkeWoman's
I ford High School; attended St Johns Club
MARKET STYLE I WIT 6 I THRU WED.JAN,14, 1981. 1 manager at Flintkote Supply Company to attend.

e SLICEDBACON / Inrr_w_wr_r.._,.weJ in Shreveport, La.
Did you know.... :
.4 e Mr.and Mrs. James G. Tierney and
Duplicate Bridge
.Irr. daughter,Jenifer of Torus River, N.J
uown Club Playing at paid a surprise Christmas visit with :

OVER 98 C. of C. Building their son-in-law and daughters, Mr
Z LBS LB BIGSHAVERS and Mrs, Raymond Trimble1 and five
SAVE 40" ALa .AVI owAt The Starke Duplicate Bridge Club. children and Miss Pal Tiernoy in r
a.a.....A L.u..icinruwiew .x.wruuruY.o.A will meet Tues. Jan. 13 at the Starke from Dec. 2(5( .Jan, 3
C. .Beef for Stew '. LB$188 Chamber of Commerce Building at
Sirloin Steak. ., .u'298 ....._......OS I w.......reBN. ..L..O '" 7:00: P.M. sharp. Play ends about
.*..M>4...-......vutn....... 1 ,Ground Beef. oLBI48 ? ,.x .. tO:30P.M. Lynda Edwards of Starke is a ..
.:.c000Cl..2ffa 6.9" medical patient at Alachua General
Cubed, Steak; .,. The club meets every Tuesday Gainesville. n- / .A.IIIO'-I.o.PKQ.ULLIITIlRA D '. night and urges anyone interested in Hospital in v:
Sliced ,Bacon 'I38Qtri ""VE :I IBAVE Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned last
Pork Loin LBI58 / 6 20' ,duplicate bridge to join them :J
? AVI IO*A L Friday after spending Dec 23 Jan :I
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."VII.O.:3I.: .DEODORAOT q Duplicate hands are dealt to each They spent\ four days in Richmond, U
.. Right GUa>rd L1 r: Q90 partnership and your score is Va. visiting her granddaughter, Mr .1 I

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Page 8TELEGRiPH January 8. 1981 .' '

I .. .. ... -Gunter- should- have-- been- .PtrlcJa-. -
Hilights New Student "
Hampton quantum and Planetarium and spent Rhoden. We are sorry!
welcomed. at
Hampton LakeBirthdays Among students
They enjoyed their ride on the Am-
time in tile
trak train. They encountered snow some Keys. school: on Monday were Brenda Bur- Added. Bonus
p by Dolores Meng ice and cold weather in New York but dick in Mrs.Arlene Rich's third grade .Those of Miss Claudette Peterson'sfifth
the New Years at School
phone 4S8-M1S Joe Meng baby Hampton Elementary class her brother,Michael Burdlek.a
enjoyed a very nice trip. Bradford County Hospital In 1960, Children looked bright and happy Den- grade class who participated
6th grader in Mrs. Ernestine
Gratitude Among recent visitors of Mr. and celebrated his 21st birthday with a returning to school on Monday after mark's class and Janet Burdick in the "It's Elementary: : program will
The family of Mrs. Essie Johnson Mrs. Lynn Burkhard Hall were and Mr. and Mrs.of family party. lie left on Sunday for their long holiday vacation. Many of Mrs. Millie Galanos'7th grade class.. receive an additlonal neat from MacDonald's. ')
appreciate the concern and kindness Darrell son Kevin Chattanooga, Tenn.. for his studies at them were wearing their Christmas They formerly attended Greenwood Congratulatlonsl!
Goller of
Perrine. Florida; Juanita Tennessee Temple. presents and enjoyed telling about ...
of relatives and friends during their Indiana and Brother Elementary School in Toledo Ohio.
Indianapolis Clark celebrated his Jan. 2 their
recent bereavement. Connie exciting experiences. DAV To Meet
and Mrs. John White of Gainesville.Mrs.
with dinner attendedby
birthday a good
Condolence Otis Millenbine of Orlando family members and friends.. Happy First Graders "It's Elementary"Reminder will Tonight, at 7:30. .''
visited her daughter and son-in-law, program
Sincere sympathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. John Bawek during the Mrs. Jean Clark's first grade class appear on TV Chnnel 4 on Saturday, All Disabled American Veterans:
relatives and friends of Mrs. Jessie Visitors were happy to have personal repliesto Jan24.. All members and their families
Chastain who died Jan. 4 at Bradford holidays. Brenda and Paul spent Mike Meng returned home Sunday their Santa Claus letters mailed '" .. .' ',." and all Disabled Veterans are invjtedto
il several days with their grandparents after visiting his sister and family before Christmas to Santa Claus Indiana
County Hospital following a long CorrectionThe attend the monthly meeting IgtgtllI1A1,
this time.
during andfriends
lness. Mrs. Chastain will be Recent visitors of Mrs. Viola Lefebvre Mr. and Mrs. Kenny McClure. Since their names appeared on name of Andy Redding was DAV Chapter#81 Starke tonight.Jan.
remembered as a former Bradford and the Ed Spell family were Mr. in Tampa. individual letters,they were especially omitted from the recent picture show- 8, at 7:30 p.m. at the Pratt Street
County Commissioner and a memberof and Mrs. Edward and Kevin Meng spent several days in thrilling. The American Legion 40 ing those who participated in the show. Recreation Center on W.Pratt Street,
the Hampton Christian Church. cf Fitzpatrick Miami visiting Mark Bruno, Tom and et 8 Organization played a part in "It's Elementary" in Jacksonville.: next to the Bradford County Jail.
family Tampa. L.G. Edwards. They enjoyed the Sea- sponsoring this project. Also, the name listed as Michelle Martin E. Kapellen(CMDR.)
Senior Citizens:
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club
had 22 members present last Fridayfor
their meeting. Mrs. Belle Brown
was the lucky winner of the door
prize. Their next meeting will be held
Friday Jan. 16, at the City Hall at 2
o'clock. Birthdays JOfl: --

Mrs. Margaret Wadsworth .. .. .... .
celebrated her New Years birthday at .. -0. '- ... ..
the New Years Eve party held at theStarke $ itiiIlUlUlI IhIIIf" -. .. .. __ ". -"" c., 0"1 -

Mrs.Golf Margaret and Country Club.Crawford |'--ECKERO COUPON,1 -- ECKERD! COUPONI --'1 IECKERDI I --ECKERD COUP I .ECKERD COUPON-, .

celebrated her Jan. 2 birthday with a I I .. I I I
dinner attended by family membersand I I -

friends at the Red Lobster I I I '
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Restaurant in Gainesville. : CJI
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New Band I banF1 I 1 I II "I -f.:

The newest band in town is named I I I I c I II I ..
Josephus and the Ghost Riders Band. _
Members of this band are Jerry II '
Wadsworth, Sr., his son Jody and I I II 'J I Ji
Carl Rhoden who all play guitars also I I II I I I I I .
Pee Wee Byrd of Earlton who plays PERSONNA ,'

the Keystone drums.Heights Melba was their Morgan singing of I COLGATE : BAN ROLL-ON I I DOUBLE EDGE I I FINAL NET I II DIAL


New Years Eve at the Starke Golf and oz.lluondetooth I 1 1.ozCholceol) ,,, Super platinum I I Concentrated pump I I II
Country Club.>> 1 ,,,. paste Price reflects ( types.Lasting protection I I chrome spray 4-oz. / oos-oz.oeoctor.. 1 1I ...
I 79.... 15'off label.Limit 1 I I .59' Limit 1 I I c12ge I blades II I r sge Limit 1 I II I SRI Limit '" '
Visitors I I I I 5 Limit 1 pk I II II I I I

Mrs. Genevieve Rogers and her I I I I IJ I I
Coupon Good ThruSat Jan 10 CouponOoodTwv5atJun) 10ECKERD CouponGood Thru Sat Jan 10 'CouponGoodTnruSat Jan 10
Alan returned home Dec. 30
son L..J (----.rd-G-o=hr-S-J-1- 1-------------I 1 I., I L----------___
following 8 days visit in New York CIty -- ------------

where Alan visited his father,
George Rogers Mrs. Rogers also I 1
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Bottle ol 100 I II Size. or 100. I I FOR MEN 13-oz aarosol I II I 17-oz.Choiceof2types. I Moistunzmg.Fashion / i:;
tablets Triple
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Did you Starke I k* ,", ,. :133' 1 1I : I I I I 1 09 I II I II 199e I I II I I 1139 Ri 'I'II : ."

I CouponGoodTnruSal Jan 10 _- I Ia I Coupon Good Thru Sat Jan I I Coupon Good Thru Sat Jan.10 I I Coupon Good Thru Sal Jan,10 I I Coupon Good TnruSat Jan'10 I ...
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherwood and 1------- ----- -- ----- ------------- 1 ., .

four sons Snowflake,Ariz. spent the ,_ __ COUPON---. .__.ECKERD COUPON__ .'
past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. -- ECKERO COUPON =rI --eI i ECKERD COUPON.-- r--.ECKERD COUPON---I' r--.ECKERD m -
Visiting Mrs. A.C. Basford the past Limit 16-oz.1 plastic bottle I II I Soft Limit Medium 4 or.firm I | Box0160,...4'sizei = I types Balsam/ 16-oz&protein plus Choice 4-oz. bonus. 0;:; .e I I 15-oz.sIze.For softer @: I II
week and attending Mr. Basford's I 4 I I Plastic bandages Limit Q I I Limit 1 9 I I lovelier skin Limit 1 I

funeral on Dec. 29 were R.A. Basford 29 19cLCuponGodnrSi I I alwrisr.. -. I 39I F"! II I "I I
of Woodstock Ga., C.W. Basford of II49C 79 r
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Jacksonville and Mrs. I.F. Thomas of 1 I I I M-J I .
CouponGooalnruSat Jan 10 Jan 10 .I COUl Jan '10 j Coupon GoodTnruSa Jan 10 CouponGoodTnruSat 10
Snellville Ga. and their families. 1 ----- ------. --ponG-od-nr-Set -- --....- ______---_--. _, e', .. ...-' :-- .-: __-_-I '''. ,

Mr.and Mrs.H.L.Hutson were last r'-'- "-ECKERD COUPON---------1 1 i--,*,'CKERD COUPON---. -----= -- ECKERD COUPON ------ --, '\ 4k.'
Friday supper guests of Mr.and Mrs. I MASSENGILL '
Gene Sumner in Lake City. I I DOUCHE 1 I 1 I
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I I I 6-oz single' Choice r;;.I .. I I I
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson and Mr. "
types Limit I
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and Mrs. Bill Morar were oyster SWEET 'N LOW 3'I I
fishing in Panama City and the Gulf 1139e I : I 1I 1\ ,I I OIL OF OLAY ,:
last Thursday to Saturday. SUGAR I I I I II \
I I Coupon Good Tnrg Sal Jan 10 I
John Flynn, Jr. and Mrs. Alma I SUBSTITUTE J. I WGrld famous emollient .

Flynn weekend of Jacksonville guests of Rev. Christmas and Mrs. I substitute Granulated Box Sugar ol 's j- %/ II I I-------------- _.ECKERO COUPON__, I I 28 9 4-oz Great, Limit under 1 makeup. '.
f I .
John Flynn. I 100 packets Limit t tCouponGoodTnruSal iI f I I CERAMICCOFFEEMUGS I III I ((1 : .

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Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen of I 4/ II Add color to coffee I '.
I I I Coupon Good Thu SI1 Jan 10 1 I:
Gainesville were Saturday visitors of breaks Reg 1 49 if I
Mr. and Mrs. M.F Hazen. Jan 10 '
11990: I I f'
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson :
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celebrated New Years Eve with Mr.and I Coupon GOOd Tn'uSal Jan 10 I ,
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Mrs. D.N. Jerkins in Maxville. ., ..

Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards and Mrs ro-- ECKERD COUPON--1 r --ECKERD COUPON.I .-----ECKERD COUPON--- COUPON --- I I r---ECKERO COUPONS: : I t L -,1'w :
Drew Reddish were in Jacksonville' I I I EMERY BOARDS I JI i" I '
Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rex VITAMIN C I NASAL SPRAY AJ..:... I I I II I ADHESIVE "YARN! y ( : .. ,
Mixon,Sr. and Mr.and Mrs.Rex Mix- I 100:500 mg tablets II Decongestanl spray/ 15mlLimit : lUnal I I Forgoodnailcare I II Bonds most surfaces 3-grams I I 100%DuPont Orion'' ( "s -
on, Jr. and daughter Christine from limit 1 rta'__ I I 1. sAi I PACK t pk' I Reg 1 69 Limit 2 I I, I acrylic fiber: Reg 1 .'7 i I II

New York. 1129 e I I 'I1 J09Coucor ,I I T19eCouponGoodTnruSal/; I II :I I 88e"Limit : I

I II I L I I 79IK I 1 I ;! I
Kevin Hutson and Bruno Cantu 1aECKERD I I I IL 3 J
last week with Bruno's I- puGooonr-Sa-J-t----1 I I Good Tnru Sal jir.10 Jan 10 c JB*". .5** ..' :' I I I I Co-po'GoodTnf.Sat 10 i
spent parents Jan
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cantu inBenevidos. I = ._-- ----':"'----J --__ --I f 1... ______ ___ ___' 1... ---- ------r ,


N.C.Skiing were Dec.Mr.2ft-Jan3 and Glendale Jerome I r--VICKS VAPORUB -=-' I I I I NYQUIL COLDS MEDICINE :\,*a-. II' I I 1 PANTYHOSE ECKERD w I II I II I II I II I I HANGERS PACKOF3TUBULAR I I I I (I i'Wooden PICTURE metal I I i' I

Johns and Mrs. Debra Williams and I Vaporing, OI"lment. I I 6-02 Night-timecoidSTied.( J l "Iicm I I I I Reg 69' pack I more in assorted )
r: C01dUPON--
son. Mark of Crystal Lake, John Marcus I 1 5-oz Limit 1 VIcKS 1 / Limit 1 < I II I Reg 99',Limit 169e "I I Limit 2 packs : = ; :
Howard, III of Lake Butler and I ,
: ; -169CtYupd"GdOlTnrwat : I I 00 % '
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Mrs. and Mrs. Gail Haley and family SSc7 I I : 1 : I
of Middleburg. \ .,' ,,, .. I 1 J I 1 .
I I '.0 <> rnru Sal' .jn 10ECKERO I COuOO'GooclVruSal Jan 13r ..! I 'COt.0ofGjoaTnr.jSat I
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Mrs. Chastain --- ---- --------- ------- -- --- -- -- ------- tI ,
Mr. and Tommy aid

.. daughter of Gainesville spent the long ,---ECKERD COUPON - COUPON.1I ---ECKERD COUPON--, .-- ECKERD COUPONI --- ---.ECKERO COUPON---. .
weekend with their parents, Mrs. ) I I "
Clyde Sinclair and Mr. and Mrs. T.C I I I FABRIC I I I I 14-OUNCE I AIRWICK .
Sweats Weio'ootcove' ., I 'I" 4" I I Concentrated : 1 _
dryer Cnoice 01 Sizes Sprinme on & vacuum. C"oceol. i4 I .
Mrs.C.C. Hoppe has returned to her "No A.I Reg 6 39 -' -:- I I Reg99-Lmt2, ..4 ,......., I I Reg 99' pr Limit 2 pr .'. I II 1I I Reg 199Limit2 I I fragrances'Reg 99 PKP ... I ._. .
I home in Tampa after several weeks 1639 II I ;. I I II : I I I IL..W'GJUJ'.Sdt.N I I ,
177C91 PR/99C/ 159 '769e ,
visit with her sisters, Mrs. O.L. I' I I I I I I

Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Klncaid. ,.I I "". >_Iv'ECKERD,'..."I ..,_. ..' I .. .. ., ,..; I I .".' ",.oJ....s.., : I IL .: I I I, 2WW'". .'.. ..Limitlpes 5. ... ,. __. I .
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Mrs. Joe Wilson of Starke and Mrs. ------------- ------------ & ---------- -7 ------- -- -

'I Edward Bums of Jacksonville spent '-- COUPON,1 -.- ECKERD COUPON-- --ECKERD COUPON -- ---ECKERO COUPONI. ---,1 (rECKERD' COUPON'-1' ."
the Christmas holidays with Mr. and (
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Mrs. John Reeves in Bradenton. I I
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'"j 1 .. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Jr. I I I KorditeTKASHI..p" I I 1 'I 1 I I.
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t1' and son of Jacksonville visited his I rr I III : II I II I .,
v,. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, I I II : II I I II 'I t I II ,
Kingsley Lake over the weekend. I I II ITI11"* I I
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i Mrs. Louie Bell Parks returned last I I 1 KJICHEfl I II ...
Thursday after two weeks visit with Wlsk I II Ii. CAN BAGS I MoTON I
'i relatives in Atlanta Roswell and ...... I I )
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Miss Sara Demaree of Ocala: visitedherauntMrsHCRitchonTuesday. ;

Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray and Mr. I I ,
and Mrs. Brewer and sons ,: ';, c"'at.:' oz.OJ: B I YOUR CHOICE.Jr );fj'\O: :\ ",cr ca0",73v:: I I1:0'
Gary :
Friday and Saturday at Disney World spent 9 3, d! a.ra'. o e t.'. I II 00 .;*:'sod: :: sa: 'sI .1 ;a,, !as- J"5 I IoJ. /' a" '1 c.. sea I I e :: 0 p': '
and Sea Worlds I 26 .p.Ray.' J 49 I 21 .*.ty. 69" ea 1 .;,.. rceeajs I I FOR 4ay.99'' *a I II 79 e.:e .- ..c cao.,1: ,
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Mr. and Mrs..David Montgomeryan I _. ,; I I : 1 ,., I .-, .. f.oJ .
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i'" Mr. and Mrs. George Newman a We to honor most insurance I \'
are pleased ,
Falls Church, Va. and Dr. and Mrs I. prescription druq v

Graham King of Tequesta. Fla. wen .. .. .. .. ; ... ... .. ..- .- >. .. .' ,% :.
long New Yean weekend guests o
Capt. and Mrs. John Myers.,

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start "' i' n 1. J.' .I .. i i'"' ,', Ellerbeof' Zephyrhllls, Dorothy Howard and son,Sceth. Fred Pike. Boy Scouts ,Ing at 11 a.m.and again At 1 p.m. UK -"The refreshment table was
C.E.: "Sue"; Davis Staubitz Darby and Delaine Terrell Mrs. Doris Alderman of Jackson Stephen Hunter Scout Master announced public is Invited attend, one. .or both I decoratedwith c ke!* of unequaled
phone -134"z'tlOi'I'ill'l ,of Lutz. ville, Rickey Ernest and Megan a leader has been acceptedfor .(Services./ -v quality; maid b}'friends for the occa-
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the Cub Scouts. Alex Solimine of GA' will hold' their.meeting were''
The >I : sion. Two outstanding one
t AfoundTewn.iw : 'Mrs Hazel Carlton of Starke is Crosby of Gainesville. Keystone has been very active In Wednesday :night during Prayer. made in thp shape of a letter addressed -
(111 bs> C MI-ifrJ"111',-nd.' AnNe Bowen of visiting. with her children for a few Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott attended Scouts for years and will head up the Meeting at the church, at' !l,1p.m.,, to Douglas and stamped made by
; .S. ,days out;:at the old home place. in Ga. last Friday Cubs in the Brooker
''W. a meeting Midway. area. followed by Choir Metvene Wallace of Mlcanopy. The
->o!>TVtarJeston.cent guests.of Wilbur;Virginia,,Godwin were the re .Mr, and, Mrs*. Ron Bristol of Fairfield Jan. 1. and were presented with The scouts will go on an overnight Open House practice nowardouglas. ; I other'' was decorated, with 0 rural
Mr. & Mrs. family. Glade;)Tenn. were the guests of three nice gifts for their participation. camping trip Jan.17 and 18. They still retired postman ,wa. held I I scene Including a nwua.uremail box
... 'llriFl,.'!Ih'd"nei"'Crectt'ol Tommy: Cox Brad Brooker and Inez and Shirley Green'for'' several Visiting the Paul Prescott family need donations ,of camping equipment Sunday;afternoon at the, Baptist t; and was made by Cora Lee Stalnaker..
and Mr. and"''Mrs David days during the holidays.Mr. during the holidays Were Mrs. Betty ,' educational Building in Brooker. Approximately Refreshments of, smoked salted
Gainesville Farmer of and Mrs. Earnest Edwards accompanied Minton of Lakeland and David Mill- Monday night, Jan. 5, a board of 17? guests attended thu, land, butternuts'. mints ,and punch
were.jth.4 Christmas eve Walter Prevatt to Braden- ton,who has returned to Florida after review was held for those scouts going affair. Douglas was presented wijth a I were served.along with cake to the
dinnergueats of Mr. : ""
and Mall
:"Vicke \ Gainesville: ton and visited their daughter,Peggy. residing in California for several up for advancement. Results will gift from his co-workers of an:enormous guests. .
.rti.hICher fir( Guests of Mrs. K.B. Crosby duringthe years. be announce-J at a later date. mail,box. Bonnie Crews ol
l"'Jr; alnesville* laml David' Farmer; of holiday were: Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Jacksonville painted, a ,mural of a I ..
iuests' wetiT'the'VSrlstmas' day Alderman of Marietta Ga., Mr. and Brooker 4-H Brooker Baptist Church rural.route in Florida on one side oli ,
j'U nt of Inez and Shfrley Green.. Mrs., Edwin Prevatt and daughters A meeting of the 4-H will be held at Coming events are scarce,at this i the box and Douglas',mailing address / .
"Jtec 'guests' at the 0.W. Davis Melisa and Pattle of Clermonl. Mr. the Brooker Community. Center Hire but we do wish to announce our I on the other. An appropriate gift for
'ii'7 ::}f.ere Mr.. .i11/Mrs;< Clarence. :and Mrst R.C. Howard, Bob & Susan Thursday Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. church services each Sunday beginn- the occasion. : Bass

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'W'N' sters

.: Crawford

CUT'1' With all those holidays gone; now is

/' h1 : 1 a good time to, do" 'some serious Big
Bass, Fishing.\ .
Anyone ,who likes 'shiner fishing,
_ I
'now Is a prime time to start soaking
Y' P _-I -ECKERD COUPON .. D COUPON- ON-i _-ECKERD COUPON J'.i those big shiners in the deep holes. .
I believe Rodman would be a good
I.I I ha spot. Just put in at the old Orange
I I II I' Spgs. Landing. Since Rodman is very
I low. ''you could have good success
I locating some big bass.

: : ? ,, I II II mid-February.BAM should begin to spawn about

I 1 Saturday. Dec; 13, Bradford
slam I 1 I I I II
1 Bassmasters had their monthly tour
Ye 1 nament at Sampson and Rowell
I ;
I ?, I I m nrs I 1 1 1 .1. I I I II Lakei. Tournament began at good

I I I 1I I I I I I II daylight ended at 4 p.m.
I I BIC 1 Most of the bass were landed in

1 FOIL I i VELAMINTS i 1 SNACKS I I LIGHTERS i i ICE CHEST6gc'SUgar'8Ssm'nt ing.nice bass Joe in says Rowell he In the was early using morn-a

12"x2S-tt I I I Your choice: of Chwz I Adjustable 1 1 Food tray(old-down Sidewinder Spoon and one of Bagley's
rolls Great I 1 : : I curls Pretzels Corn I 1 flame, Hun- IId.6-qt. No.2321 Balsa wood medium diving baits.
for storing 1 1 I' 69 chips or Cheez balls 1 e. dreds of I ( 988 Reg 13.99 1 (Crank bait).
R LLI & wrapping I I F CIC I Rep 99 Limit 2 1 I FOR lights. At 4 p.m. all bassmasters returned
Limit 1 : I I 1 Reg, 1.49 p1. I to the trestle landing for the weighin.Joe .
I Coupon Qood Thru Sal.Jan.10 1 Coupon QooO "uSet.Jan.rO I Coupon Good Thru SM.Jan 10 1 Coupon Garni Thru Stl Jan.10 I CouponGood Thru Sit Jin 10 Riggs walked away the winner,

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---- --------- -------- with Jimmie Cole placing second.

COUPON___ Elwood Smyth landed the largest
I COUPON---1 ., bass an 8lb. 3 oz. haw g..
ECKERO'.C"or"'D" I
I 9-INCH I AMA i I GENERAL In behalf of the club I would like to

I I Pack PAPER 0'' 100.PLATES White only. I I. I GRAPEJELLY Fruity r. jar. '1 I Economical BATTERIES power cells.| I I ,! 10 FLASH3ARH guaranteed flashes, II_Ai; 1 I I INSTANT FILM ii I II congratulate Hunters. these three Hawg

Reg.109 Limit 2 I Reg. 1.09 urn t t II, I I Reg 63 pack I I Fits flashbar cameras. J 111 I I salinluxefEnlab I Jimmie Cole might be a new
I I "" .... I I I I II l Limit 2 "-.. _.._ II I color: prints Limit. 2 I member but seems like he is an old
I I 79. II /.;::. I I I I II II 79 I I i I T/44/ I I I 179 -. ,) .+ p 1 r 649 .:."+..i'.., I bass. Saturday fisherman.Jan.. 10 is the date set for

Coupon Good Thru ., J.n.'IO J I Coupon dood Thru .,. ....10 Coupon Good Tnru .'J.n.10 J I Coupon Good Thru Sal.Jan ID I I. D I I Coupon Good Thru Sat Jan 10 1I I the January tournament. Location
L------------ ------ -------- --- ------- --- ---- ------ -- .-------- -- --- will be voted on Jan. 6 at the monthly

I think this (1981) is the to
1 I year year
IIJIO complete the work at the county lan-

Pure round.4-oz.can. j 1'2 servings. Add hot 1 I Keywlnd.Folds into case.I : I Poker Jumbo bridge or '!!:II I Dependable Never ,1' hope this can be accomplished. The
I Reg 691 ea. limit 2I I I water. Reg. 1.65 NI.t02/213/5Reg.899 ,as., I'I PlnoChle.Reg'S9"deCk j,1IZD... I replace bulb or battery. water level is down so now would be a
I Limit 1 I y I 1 1 good time to do the work. I look for
I II I 27 7
I 2/400/ 499 'm179 l
1119 I I I DECKS 8 ae I lots of rain later on.
I I 1 I I \ I I In behalf of our club I would like to

I Coupon-Good Thru Sal Jan 10 L.CouPOnGood: Tnru Sal ... I CouponGoodTtiruSat 10 .., Coupon Good Tnru Sit Jon 10 ---.J I Coupon Good Thru Sal Jan.10L extend best wishes and a happy and
-------- ------------- -- --- ---- --- ------ healthy new year to each of you.

__ (Hope you land. the. one that got
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: COUPONGn3H 1 j ... ECKERD -- .awayl
J ,f-j\i\i. "' ,,
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1 TABLES I Neil Crawford
1 j 16" x 16 I I I
j I ECKERDJUMBO _: colors Reg. 4.99..1 j 1
I iii I flfli' MEN'S& LADIES'

PAPER r I 12/700 I I I FAMOUSBRANDWATCHES Tornado Boosters are Members of

the All Sports Club of Bradford
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Absorbent household ;War $ -- ECKERD COUPON -r Quality-made ERS Thank You for Your Support
I' ct: towels Hundreds of '' "" 1 I "X eCl-YDS 1 I Benrus. Elgin Waltham 1 Citizens of Bradford CountyAcme
I 2 uses. Reg. 79' ea. I more Choice of bands
1 ))99 Limit 2 I I MASKING TAPE i iI 'r I II a faces,Reg 34 83 Hardware. Or. M.H. Adams Advanced
1 I Heavy duty. Stock up) \ I Electronics.Mr. a Mrs Robert Allen Mr. a Mrs
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tie a Abstract, Bret ft Jerry Dlonlslo Britton,

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Brown RalPh Bryan
'- R I HEATER I LIGHT BULBS fS f I BIRDSEED I I Thomas l_ Casey, Jr.. Don Champion Roger
mrtu. IMCIM ia Tt RYE ," .1 I I I I !, I I FIREPLACE LOGS, trillion Don H.Oilttv,City Fhn a Meat Mkt..Mr.
; .No.1#F-04 Reg. 18.99 I Instant(an-forced heat I Standard 60. 75 or 100 ( ASM., I I 5-lb, assortment ol' mixed j w, I Burns in color for hours I t Mrs'Irving T.Dark prailp Clark Realtors.Tom.
I I watts Limit 1 pack 11, f | grains' Reg 129 arRO "I' my Clark Larry Cochran Ed Cole Becky coleman -
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TK"iiiS"i '1" 12**" V*. r I I I A I I $r)* .. I I / Crosby Jimmy Crosby. Rlcrtard Crosby Crosley
: (l if. I f I I I Mfg. Company, crown Central lumber.
,- I 1 I 'Cou iood I I Cullloan I Watrof Starke, Randy Curtis Ted Curtis -
Coupon Qood Tfu|) Sat=.10 II Coupon Good Thru S Jm 10 ___ __Jan_ 10--- .J 'LCoupon _Thru_Sal_Jin_10_ ____ CouponGoodTnruSal 1 ;'
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Daftly or. J. I. Denmark Steve Denmark. S. c
ECKERD COUPON------ ECKERO COUPON ---" i- -- f*********** ---- t--- ECKERD COUPON.- -.. ,---ECKERO COUPON ---. Denmark, Do Drop-in Bargain House John
Dukes Dana Oval. Dwight Elder, Diane Ely O K.
-VIPPRO.", I 1 DAZEY .: I PACKOF10 I I PACKOF200' I I J COMBI LOUNGER Ely Mr. ft Mrs. jimmy EPPS Sammy Eunice.

rCORUNG IRON \ I I CAN OPENER > I I BIC PENS I FILLER PAPER I I Plated steel Iramei 1I I Donnie Fender,Falcon Bobby Pat Ferguson Farnsworth Boo Finn James Florida ft Gale

I't, Dual heats. Swivel cord: I Removable lever Lid!lifter. | t I Medium point blue pens, 1 Ruled& punched 8"x I Vinyl strapping Ad. I II Times union Charley Flynn Forsytn Plumbing
I 11, NO VP-IT Peg 199 I I No. 771.Reg. 10.99 i99 ,:..\ I noy. 1.79 (I 1 |110Y' sheets. Reg 99 II I I lustabie Reg 1288 I I'I Charles Francis,Mr. ft.Mrs.Leroy cinson,Wilbur
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I Homer Hart Harry Matcher.Randy Hayes Electric
I I I I 'I I I COMBO I Howard Or Eduardo infante, Jackson
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I 1 1 I I Norman o-Meal shell Romeo Parado Bob
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51.44 Win ,Avenges Earlier Loss ,,' ,:, W ;.I" -',?'\ /Ii'" ;

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Good Start in 81 : \

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\ Lady Tornadoes Whip GHS


Bradford High's Lady Tornadoesgot night. BUS to 5-4 for the season, 1-3 (tn the
a strong team effort and started The win, Bradford's first against District. 1t

1981 off on the right foot with a 51.44 district foes, avenged a 40-39 last-shot( "Everybody did a good job
revenge win over Gainesville High defeat GHS pinned on the Lady Tornadoes assisting shooting and rebounding
School in the University city Tuesday in Starke earlier and moved
(he ball. We just got a good team ef r
IL 'Z"L"aJI'JJI'IIIIU .....1 rwrasa 4tIL fort," a .proud Coach Jimmy Thomas
said of his squad's first 1981 effort. "I t:

was really pleased with how we ,. t : .. I
played after the Christmas break" I
The host Lady Hurricanes who

trailed by seven after a period, recaptured -

the lead at 39-38! : with under A,+, '+11t a ,
four minutes left but BUS spurted in ,.. WSd r 1 t M VM1
{ s 11 straight points and then sewed the wT t ,.,- ;
win up with its four-corner offense.: ?I I tt ,a k

Is "When we got ahead we spread it _
out," Thomas said.
started _
r. P ''''''''''''"''''''''''''''V 4: f'1UL ij\i'--\ .;.....
pressing us at half-court and we really

"k, hurt it. Janet Williams did a Green in Command Night '
match '
tremendous job of getting the ball throughout Tuesday night ,finally :'iiimilntf lil"
and down the court quick and we were up Ill-pounder Billy Green (on lop here) controlled his Vanguard opponent.

h wyt getting layups"

Hope Jackson led all scorers with 16
points while center Tracy Hankersonalso u I

hit double figures for BHS with 13 Pave

points.Queenie Mae Berry Hoi six I is, added nine and Forfeits Vanguard's Way to

Buchholz Game Time Has

ChangedGame time for the Bradford girls. 44-13 Win Over BHS Grapplers

next home game, against Buchholz
""-. Thursday, Jan. IS,has been moved up
from 7 p.m. to 3:30: ( ",m. because the

Williams: Quarterbacked the BUS Win Bobcats football banquet is that night. BHS lost just 20-13 in the matches

The Lady Tornadoes' 51-11\ win over GUS Tuesday night ensued u measure, ur Prior to that BHS plays Santa Fe's contested, but with 24 points from
1'\I'lIltt' for. u <>iu"-|,oiiit loss l 10 GUS last month the 1IIIIIl'III which Ihis |>itlure Lady Raiders in another district con forfeits tacked on to( the Vanguardscore
was 1..lIl'II test Monday night on the road. the visiting Knights drilled the

.radlord ,IJ II II u 51 now( 0-3 Tornadoes 44-13 in a wrestling
Janet illijiiis., slumii u( left pressuring" / a (ilS hallliamller. was instrumental ln..vlll.m 4 .II 14 II 44 match in Starke Tuesday night 1 117.tvt
in 7'Ilekday'H \Ictm')', slicing through' the lluiriviiic press und directing (lie nllslrl'IIol' I 'HI, 10..... 14, Honk..oo. U, Hollli t, Miry I. BHS was scheduled to visit Clay ":
hewn I. Wllllami 1. TOTALSI !I.
sprriid from her II-24II.
iitl-Kiiml| post.
GUI, 17 10 44. High Wednesday night and is back inaction
at home Tuesday, Jan. 13,
against Interlachen. Match time Is 7
p.m. with JV action preceding the
varsity contests.

UF Vanguard, which upped its dual
QB Club Banquet Moved Up ; meet record to 3-5 with the victory

Tuesday was uncontested in six: of

BHS Grid Awards Still Jan. 29The ford the upper had weight no wrestlers divisions competing as Brad

above the 140-pound class. Weight, injury
? and attitude problems have
stripped the BHS ranks to a skeleton
Starke Gator .Quarterback Club has moved its full house Is expected crew of six.: ,.
season-ending banquet up one week, to Thursday, Jan. 22, A capacity crowd Is also anticipated for the BitS Football Billy Green and Mike McDuffiewere
solving the conflict that had Gator Head Coach Banquet sponsored by the All Sports Club. The banquet. In the only Tornadoes winning
Charley Pell scheduled for two events in Starke Thursday
on which BUS football and cheerleader awards will be
Jan. 29. matches, with Larry Saucer adding a
presented, will start at 7 p.m. on the 29th at Starke Elementary draw {
Pell will School's cafeteria. A fried chicken supper with the Green kept his record spotless at
now speak before the boosters
QB at the Starke
Golf and Country Club same menu as last year is planned. 114 (at 3-0)) by decking his man at the
on the 22nd and then return to The All Sports Club is asking that and Club
Starke for the Tornado parents 3:17: mark of period two. McDuffie did
day. grid banquet the following Thurs members planning to( go to the banquet call either Coach everything but pin his opponent,

The Club David Hurse (964-6470( at the fieldhouse) or Harold Bishop twirling him around the match to the
event will start at 6:30: ( p.m. with a cash bar ((964-6848 at Sears) count of how
so a
many people attend tune of 18-5 decision.
an superior
at 6:30 (
: p.m. Dinner is at 7:30: ( with the
at 8:30: ( p.m. Tickets for Club p.m.members program are $10( and starling .a for nonmembers.and can be made.. Tickets are $3 for Club members and $5:>> Saucer was called for a stall late in
the match against Dora van Busbynow
( ( 4.1.1), wiping (out a 5-4 lead for
the Bradford 140-pounder and giving i
I Korean Karate him the first blemish on his record( .
Disnlav Set for Jan. 24 Still the Tornado 140-pounder stayed ::*' .,....... .
II" .
unbeaten with a 2-0-1 mark .'h
Folks in Bradford County will get a chance to view the a Tang Soo Do demonstration at 7 p.m. that night. Just missing'a victory was late- t''X't' ; y ."1f.> I" ,, 1.1\1. .

tional hand-foot martial arts up close this month as the 2nd Invita- The demonstration will be by the world famous( master rallying Tom Pierce at 101. Pierce -----._.-.-. .- ._z1-._'I.j_;. ..._.. ,, -..- .......,.. ,....'
Tang Soo Do (Korean karate) Tournament will be Song Ki Pak of Pak's karate and his black belts. worked for a reverse in the last 11 :;:::::
held in Starke at Bradfo.llIigh. School on Saturday, Jan Tickets, which are being sold as far away as south seconds to pull within a point at 12-11 )lcIJurrie'
and did Flip-Plops. a Vanguard Wrestler! ;Sijpj i
24.The Georgia, and the Jacksonville-Fernandina area, are $4 on just miss scoring( a near-fall
event, arranged by the Starke Recreation Department advance sale and will be $6 at the door on tournament day for a win. Former. Tornado Skip A iiciir-iiin in Ills IH-I: decision win Tuesday nl.:'ht III',," III mil u gasping| li.illsinilv .=,': *:
and presented by Pak's Karate Academy of Orange Call the Rec. Department ((964-6792)) for more informa- Wheeler and Johnny Powell put on a from Tornado 1 Alike .MvlliilTiv ((4II11HUul1Il). ';: :$: {
Park will feature an all-day tournament starting at I 10a.m.( tion.Men's good match In the 122 pound class, be- ; : :
ing 2-2 the last :: .:.:
even entering period ;; : :
before Wheeler came on strong for a : ::=:
I 10-4( decision. 122-pounder:!:! Greg Thornton won his w...,..(V) ..... .. p.y..W1O1: 12.. AkCn1/11 (IHS .:..:;::
third straight with a first period( pin lu...<<...Hatch 113; ..!. AM m(V)pin Caiman |1>*I .- ='.-'.
+ IMIAUCI*((1M') ..d hnk*('V)....' Hi 14*.why i -.'.
I I t:5fYl1JU0: ( 01 LOLG 3 for. the 3 days, with payment at the ski JV's Victorious AgainThe and Tommy Powell and Brian Davis (V) mill ori.lli' l.|.HUM (V) win,....", I/O- I."; ,
site. The total cost of 172,65:>> does not' Tornado JV both recorded comfortable decisionsto win ,......, Inv a...ii.l (tV) who _..., Sib ........ :.';: '
include wrestlers stayed move their worksheets to two wins '...",HVdMikl..I."01' J
groceries. Food be
can unbeaten with their second team win : '
one apiece. .
brought to cook. against a draw, beating Vanguard .Ht JWt' I II,v.<.u.,4 I :-;.
Basketball Ceramics Class Closed Call the Recreation Department at Vwii.r444-IHlll. llt..'OWILI(....)d.ciW.,lk. t4.lltl-J.,".'VI) :
Fizzles 96 .6792 for further information. 13-5 in a mini-match preceding the .101- .......(tV) d... pi.... ti-I|Ir 107- C.II.,,., (VI) in.. 4w.t.'lli.n 1.,121.0.THOANTON(1116)) ' =
Out Mrs Johns ceramics classes at the varsity bouts.. win' fortollt 114 CHUN (INS) pi'* Arthur (V) ill: ,.iM, ; IMI.. DAVII(IHS) d.l. I
The planned rebirth of a men's of Old Armory will be closed the month : "...,1'.,'i.'.._.:: I I
January. -
basketball league in Bradford County( .. / ;:
Classes ih .
came to an end last week, the idea will reopen on Monday '4 '{
dicing out when not enough interest night. Feb 2, with sessions from 7- 10pm. ( + 1 Sports Calendar for Next week :
was shown. Monday nights and from 9 h i

Only three teams paid their a.m. noon on Wednesday mornings I : I ::: ';
registration fees on lime and attended 'rld..". J..". 1 1' : ::;;
(the organizational meetings. Two Seats are Open t '!' '? Il IHS JV.and v, boy. boikflboll at liv.Oakf( '. 1) :. i
other ballclubs expressed interest in For'Ski Trip
joining up alter the deadline but it Monday...Jon. 12.' i :;;?
was decided by the organizers .- Com- A couple of seats are still available'for IHS girls bo.k.tball. at Santo F* ((4:30) .. j';:::::
munity Kduciition; ( and the Starke the ski trip to North Carolina the .1 :'

lU'crcation Deportment to scrap t the Starke and Macclenny Recreation( t tJTua.doy; Jan: 13. : t i ,f fr

league Department have! jointly planned for :; IHS .JV and. V. boy. batkatball.a* Eailtld( (iiJOJ-) ";, .. I x'f;
February.The #1 I;'. ,'. l:, t. t:
Exercise Classes trip to the Blowing Rock slopesin ,W.dn..doy. Jan. 14Cnglawaodat : .::f t. ',:' \ i
the Appalachian Mountains will be IHS w.lghtllfl'." (J pIII) +: .
Open AgainThe rt y'k; } t
the weekend of Feb. 13-17 ,
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morning exercise and aerobic; "-, I."if'i, l '
dancing classes offered by the StarkeItrcrcutioii A deposit of $6() is due as soon as

.. Department for free are possible to reserve'a spot. That pays Tornado Baseball Underway .'.
back underway.The for the rooms ((3 and 4 bedroom con .
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regular exercise class is held dominiums with kitchens). The bus "" 1(" Yq Official practice for the BITS gameandseasor{ticket alell.1'heOlcJ :
from !9:11I:: > 10 11.11and the aerobic fare of$52.65 must be paid by January -'... ): f baseball team started Monday afternoon Timers' 'da)., .here past Tornado ;tplayers
dance class frnn)10- II u.m. .on Tuesday 31. .
Ig with 32 potential Tornadoes\ out take en the present team ;>..
and Thursday mornings at the Additional charges for ski rental t '. 1 ;
for the three-day tryout process. team in a ballgajne, Is .
(Old>! Armory. and a lift I ticket are$20 per day, or $60I ; : ." '... . ,Bradford Coach Mike Hartley was for Saturday Feb'. ZOo Season tentatively tickets set :..,'

are to go on sale In late January or "': :
: understandably pleased with (the 1
I .... :: : : numbers the most he's had in his five February'at a cost of $12 for adults,;..<:1
Starke Jr. Basketball : and $8 for students. That "
tl. t years at BUS After three days of represents a 5-5 ,:,
savings of $3: for( adults and $2 for.. I
IryoutS'Hartley to "let 'em
7 League N"(9.nt .. llnihiinlilp! 10.liockrts ;!d.f; know" Wednesday planned afternoon who( students over the single-game prices 1 ;,>if
for the II) BHS home games;. \ < .' ,
I The undefeated Knicks stayed that .. made the cutoff. An intersquad game I..

way as the Smallfry Basketball IH-Sonlcs H ,was the planned for the 20 squad ;::':.
I League (7-10)( got back underway Roy Shane Jackson led a balanced members Thursday afternoon. "We'll ."A.".
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Monday The Knicks whipped the Rocket attack with eight tallies as the really. start getting) after it.Monday," I ti: .

Nuggets 4Mo( while the second-place( Rockets outdefensed the Sonics Man .JIJrI1 ; ; r .... A dozen players are back from lastyear's I 11 Prli!e Sal* :. : \
Rockets dumped the Sonics 18-8. day. Tim Lewis hit six points for the -- .including .all the 'at :::

losers. ?*,,. starters. ..,,.,Tlie Of ritcvanop / 'r'.':", -.'=-: ..-
Kiiifkn 10 \U/ICt'hllIJ'/ ( t. J...... .. M. l... .. S. T...... 4.'.. Tornado Cagers Back on Court' Fridaylimiiriirit The first. game la set for Tuesday'/f; Willis .... 1 F?' .b. 24. at Live oak with the home r
Chandler and Pedro Carter t.i t vImfeM toR..rb to Hundreds of Christmas''r' Jf-" -
ItlKh'N, Tornado into \ .
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( action Friday ,night./ Jan. ;;:
filled the nets with 38 T. &.w.l.*,, .. _n....t. opener set for Saturday, Feb. 28 *" .11" ;
points between U. wltli a roud and Oiner OHI
game1 uKiiln*! (lilt' Unbrutcn live Oak Bulldogs! ((11-0. at this ?, ,v f
Jncm In pace1'' the 'league leaders. llf. llfM \ WI riling), Against I the, same Live Oak Bulldogs. .t't.ItmiR.ctuced 5 ,4'a'a.: ,..... ..1'
Kevin Hlankonshi p had all the Nugget ....Ido. ." ... HI IS hopes its HliuU lii at 2 p.m J. ;
*iiuln. | the Kfcniid: half i'[ 111*.II"usilli, rIll bo rll..I..l lr in coma by I
xhMi1 1-t Hartley said he'll continue two of

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SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.UNION" .", .....D'C.....,.".. "'"'"r, The Lake RegionMONITOR The Union County

section January a, 1981 TIMES
Section B ,


I. State Seeking i ; to Reverse Order to .Reduce FSP Population.... I

Judges from the First District FSP prison population to 750 inmates violence at the state's maximum available at only FSP. are an inappropriate battleground for mended last September that the inmate -
Court of Appeals in Tallahassee Mon- Inappropriate and next to impossk security prison. Zaiser indicated theprison's "There are other end of the road inmates improvement of prison conditions. population at FSP be reduced
day. Jan..5, heard arguments from ble to carry out. population has been reducedto who have proved themselves'unsuccessful not disputing that condi from 1,200 to 750.
state lawyers seeking; the reversal of Judge Green ordered the prison 989 inmates and that an additional at other institutions," tions within the prison need improving Zaiser did not present evidence to
k' an order to reduce the population at population reduced from 1.122 inmates Z2 correctional officers have been Zaiser said. "A recent prison ," Zaiser said. "We take the court to contradict the charges.
Florida State Prison. to 750, stating overcrowdingwas hired to increase security. classification review found a max- tion that it is a legislative problem They have filed numerous legal motions
Assistant State Attorney Kent A., the principal cause of a wave of Zaiser told the court that further imum of only 55 additional inmates and that the solution should come however, trying to get the order
Zaiser representing Gov. Bob inmate violence that took the lives of reduction would be next to impossible who might be considered for a from there." of Judge Green overturned.
Graham and the Department of Corrections five inmates and a correctional officer because about half the Inmates are transfer. The/ case began at the end of last The Green panel also recommended -
told the panel. of judges that last year., forced to remain there either because Defender then Assistant Public an increase in prison staff, as wellas
an October S order'by Circuit Judge Zaiser pointed out prison officials they are on Death Row or are being Zaiser ended his argument to the Shon Saxon filed three civil more training for officers, a
R.A:"Buzzy" Green;Jr, to reduce the are taking other steps to control held in close confinement status appellate court stating that the courts law suits in Bradford County Circuit classification review for every Inmate
: Court on behalf of eight convicted and numerous other changes.
murderers, rapists and robbers who Assistant Public Defender Jack
claimed they were subject to violence Fine has taken over the suit for in
: Correctional Officers to Get $191.40h lonth Raise Inside the prison walls. mates. He told the appellate judges

4, The suits charged that because the that Green's order was far from being
1 prison administration could not inappropriate and the most effective
Effective Sept. 1 AFSCME and State Agree Monday the inmates from one another protect step that could have teen taken to
that imprisonment at FSP was cruel alleviate the situation.

local 2848, told this Tuesday, and unusual punishment. Fine requested that the panel
Agreement has been reached bet. 'economic times," Graham said: The tentative agreement completedatato's Jan. 6, that he was very paper satisfied with Saxon presented two days of uphold Green's ruling which was
: ween the American Federation of Gov. Graham plans to include collective bargaining. the agreement as far as correctional testimony at a hearing before Judge stayed pending a hearing before the
:: State. County and Municipal terms of the agreement in his budget Agreements also have been reached officers are concerned, and elimina Green last June by both inmates and First District Court of Appeals. He
: Employees (AFSCME that corner recommendations to the Legislature with the Florida Police Benevolent lion of merit raise system Is a major officers recounting murders, stabb- also asked the DCA to require the
tional officers! receive a $191.40per! but ie'will be up to lawmakers to Association.and the Florida Nurse'sAssoclaUon. breakthrough to fair employee relations. ings, weaponry and homosexual at prison to carry out the full reduction.The .
.' month/ raise effective Sept. 1 as union make the final offer. tacks. DCA judges took no Immediate
representatives accepted the state's Joe Paisley, a labor negotiator Doug Spears, president of AFSCME r Judge Green ruled in favor of the in action, but attorneys for both sides
tentative final offer Monday, Dec. 29, pointed out state employees will vote ,mates after appointing a panel of said they were looking for a decision
in Tallahassee. on the agreement some time this It's Time for Young Men '''criminal justice experts who recom soon.
Final approval 'rests with the month. '
Legislature when it convenes for Its The current contract ends July 1 of
annual-day session in April of this this year but the bargaining sessions To
year. 'had to be finished to provide the ,Register AgainMales ;
Gov. Bob Graham targeted corrections Legislature with guidelines in its FREE SPAGHETTIBuy
and budget writing sessions in the spring.
officers as a priority, they draft in and
received the largest single increase in .Most state employees would be born in 1962 are required by registration peacetime
reached covered in the two-year contract by law to register for the on-existent' doubted it would actually speed up a
the tentative salary agreement One Regular Dinner Get One FREE
at negotiations which have been an agreement that gives 7 percent, draft starting Monday, Jan. 5, at the draft.
going on since last Oct. 13. raises to persons making 'the nearest Post Office,though they need Following Reagan's landslide vic- With This Coupon Eat In or Carry Out
Salaries for CO's and counselors minimum salary at each salary. not provide their Social Security tory two months ago. Selective Ser
Starting grade'. State officials dstated '.t1atdoesn't / numbers and the status of their' vice officials and others quickly raised Offer Good Thru
will jump about 20 percent.
the whether ahead '
salaries will increase from an annual mean a 7 percent increase for registration remains in doubt. question to go Jan 14, 1981 + ,
with the in view orpresidentelect's
the Those turning 19 this year must sign January signup
$10,300 to about $12,600, bringing everyone.
starting salaries on a par with other If a minimum pay at a grade level up, joining nearly 4 million men born'In campaign : an
maximum 1960 and 1961 who registered last statements. They received no formal
law enforcement agencies. was $10,000 and the pay ; L Restau
;'" Graham pointed out the salary' in was ,$14.000 the person making summer to begin forming the pool of response from Reagan's transition 1 t l
: ''crease was the highlight of the $10,000 would receive a 7 percent in youths eligible for the draft, should, team. Draft officials are proceeding t 1 Pei weFxmJy
with/ the which has been OMY
the mak 'the need for such a conscription arise. program
negotiations, and also stated the crease, or 700. But person (
.'. substantial increases for correctional ing $14,000 also would receive a $'700 The very act of registration, mean-: funded and approved by Congress.
officers will improve the state's ability -. .increase, which is only a 5 percent while, faces a challenge in the U.S., Recently 83-members of Congress 301 S. Starke 964-6877
wrote letter to the
a Reagan asking
Supreme Court because the registration
Important raise.
to recruit and retain these very -
members of the state's The second: year of the contract, excludes women and the policy is president-elect to continue draft
everyone would receive an increase questioned by President-elect Ronald registration. DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS 2.25
criminal The tentative justice system.agreement calls for equal to seven percent of their salary. Reagan.Registration. Brayton Harris, deputy draft direr ................................................................
tor, pointed out t that, unlike last sum
resumed last
each member of AFSCME at least a Figures presented by the was '
$700 annual raise. AFSCME Council negotiating teams indicated correc summer five years after the draft mer, the agency can now TINY PIZZA 99 Anytime
79 represents about 45,000 of stLae's tional officers raises would amount to was brought to an end, following the demonstrate that it would save at
approximately million dollars in protests of the Vietnam era. least, four weeks time in an emergency
: 100,000"I compliment employees. the state's revenue. President Jimmy Carter had re draft because of the large response ..,--. sgs?
administrator quested the renewal of registration ito the earlier signup.
negotiators and the responsible Paul Keith, state compensation
leadership of AFSCME for achievingan pointed out other classes even though it was pointed out that it ., Using the information the agency
agreement which meets the needs of employees will receive was, not the draft itself, stating'ftwould has been able" to collect, Harris / i
of state employees in these difficult increases in an effort to make their increase military pointed out 11 Congress were to .
", salaries more competitivewith jobs preparedness and send a signal to theUafonJnthewakeoftheSoviet' , ., .... .. 'la the' private sector.Nurses,.. -Soviet *\ have put into un orm 100,000 .
? '
.'gir.1ri:;;;:! b law enforcement"bltl8eisecoaomrsts march Afghanistan.7 -" "V men at the end of four weeks.:'' '1
'lawyen :
"mn.u <<
and scientific personnel i' President-elect Ronald''Reagan Harris reported that in World War 1 1 '

Hit $476 Million all can expect salary increases above during his election campaign opposed first and 2 100,000 it took into seven uniform.months to get the w -

the average,.according to Keith.. i i
In 4-Week' Period
h /
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HInn Dtxie Stores ,Inc. reported
sales of 1476,799,000! during the four i i t!
weeks ended Dec. 10, compared with/ i
$416,035,000 for the similar period last Band Parents of ,

year an increase 0114.6%
For the 24 weeks ended Dec. 10.the
total was $2,748.528,000 compared Bradford High School
$2,343,081,000 a year ago, an i increase -
of 17.3%
The company opened 40 new stores PresesifsJERRY a
and closed 18 since last June 25, having r : I
1.216 unitsMn operation in Dec. .
compared with 1,203 last year.
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Mrs. Martha WJacksori'. I "

Tenn. Accident records.Ford entered CR-16 from the
: The,
Mrs. Martha Wilkerson Jackson, ''I Kills Local MarineA grocery store,and pulled into the pathof
67, of Starke, died in the North f the Rambler that was eastbound on
Florida Regional Hospital in Starke man stationed the US The Rambler ran into the Ford
Gainesville Tuesday, Jan. 6. Marines in Memphis, Tenn. was killed CR-16. ac-
Born in Trenton Fla., Feb. 4, 1913, ( I In an automobile accident on the cordingllf eFloridals Highway
: way to work Wednesday, Dec. 31. ,
Mrs. Jackson lived in Starke from '
1MO to 1946 when she moved to Orlan \ j 1 James R. Edwards, 22, a helicopter Patrol. W.M. Abrams cited Paige
do.She returned to Starke in 1968.She school instructor with the marines, Trooper violation of right-of-way
had lived in for five monthsat on the
was a member of the Bethel Baptist
Church In Trenton. the time of the accident. charge.
Survivors include: her husband, ; Memphis Police records show'Edwards -
Edward Blake Jackson, Starke; one ; was killed when his car struck Disabled Car
daughter, Mrs. Kathleen (Kitty) J. : some ice early in the morning and
Carter,Starke; five step-sons,DonaldD. skidded into a bridge. Hit on 301 SouthA
Spencer, Ormond Beach, Bobby B. a. He was a marine sergeant and wasa Summerfield Florida man was
Spencer Reno. Nev., Edward ; Baptist. charged with failure to use due care
Jackson, Jacksonville Michael ; after the van he was driving struck a
Jackson, Port Orange, Fla., and Jeffery disabled car six miles south of Starkeon
Jackson Starke; five sisters, Car Hit Pulling US-301 at 5:07 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 4.
Mrs. Dorothy Purkerson, Mrs. Lila Onto HighwayA Kandace Urish ( 1979
Shores and Mrs. Vida Evans, all of Oldsmobile sedan was pared in the
Jacksonville,Mrs.Willie Mae Colson Raiford woman was charged with Involved In
; after being
violation( of right-of-way after her car highway
Trenton and Mrs.
Murray with damage to the
putted into the path of another car at another mishap
Strickland Dade City; four brothers,
estimated at $9,000.
the Hj-Lo Grocery Store at CR-16 and car -
Fred D. Wilkerson Hilliard, Dick 84, of Sum-
Matthew Bregg
SR-121 the Town of Raiford at 3:30: Joseph
Wilkerson and Clifford Wilkerson
merfield Florida was not Injured but
both of Trenton and Lonnie Wilkerson p.m. Friday, Jan. 2.
Ford van he was
to the 1979
Levonia Stewart Paige, 32, of damage
Lakeland fourteen
; estimated at $400.
children, including Brad and Keith Raiford, was not injured but damageto driving was southbound US-301
The was
the 1977 Ford sedan she was drivingwas van
Carter Starke.
stopped in the
Oldsmobile was
and the
Funeral services will be held at 3:00 estimated at 3000. struck the car
when the van
p.m. Thursday, (today),Jan. 8, in the Joseph S. Supsky,48, of Lake Butlerwas in roadway the right side, according to the
not injured but damage to the
Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Florida Highway
Home with Rev. Ben P. of- 1973 AMC Rambler sedan he was
Bryant RE. Williams cited Breggon
driving was estimated at $1200.
Interment will be in the
failure to>use care charge
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Earl Gendreau, 23, of Lake Butler, the
a passenger in the Rambler, was
treated for injuries in the emergencyroom in armor Is. still a
Mrs. Jessie Roberts ChastainMrs. at Union General Hospital in "A "hog Thomas Fuller
Lake Butler and was released after hog.(
Jessie Roberts Chastain 80 treatment, according to hospital
died in the Bradford County HospitalJan.
4. Born in Lake Butler and a
lifelong resident of Bradford County
Mrs. Chastain served as a BradfordCounty I
Commissioner for 22 years, :
retiring in 1970. Her husband was the ; 10 .
late Thomas C. Chastain, Sr. She wasa up
member of the Hampton Christian ;
Church and the Woodman Circle, Unit
16278. ; ,
Survivors include a son, Thomas
Carlton Chastain, Jr. and his wife, ;
Ella Mae of Starke; a brother, S.R.
Roberts of Lake Butler; 1 granddaughter
Sue C. Williams of
Keystone Heights; 1 grandson Tom- : ;
my C. Chastain, III Alachua, and 3

great grandchildren. .
Funeral services were held at 2
p.m.Wednesday,Jan. 7,in the Chapel
of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
with Rev. James Shaw officiating. In-
terment was (in the family plot in r
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Nephews of ,
Mrs. Chastain served as the
pallbearers.Sgt. .

James R. Edwards

Sergeant James Edwards.: 22, off
Memphis, Tenn.,". died Wednesday, ,d W 4"'W aM7+(YM1F a'
Dec. 31, as a result of injuries received ; i
in an automobile accident near his : : :
home. Sgt.Edwards,having served in
the Marine Corps for the last 4J..2 ;
years, had been stationed at the
Naval Air Station in Memphis since r"I"; '"
August of 1980, where he was a basic ; ..,
Helicopter instructor. He was a r O .
member of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. : / / a I
Denise Edwards; parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Darrell Edwards of Plant City; /lW .
a daughter, Miss Natalie Edwards of
Memphis; a sister, Mrs. Carla Streetof '
Plant City; paternal grandparent, ct -
Mrs. Guy Edwards of Starke; and I-\ \
maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. i
William H. Andrews of Starke. / : 1.

p.m.Fi'iMT Saturucy! services: Jan.were 3, in held Madison at 2 \ \ :,,;;,: :,,:

Street Baptist Church with Rev. ; :I"V
Robert Gillis, pastor, officiating. Interment ( .
was in Dyal Cemetery with
Military Rites at the grave. DeWitt C.

arrangements.Jones Funeral Home was in charge of We Can Print Your .. h'l

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Afton Charles Basford, 62, of ; ; Reasonable Price... '. .
Kingsley Lake, died Dec. 29 in : 'c" ;
Snellville, Ga., where he was spen-
ding the holidays Mr. Basford was ; .q.%
born In Grand Ridge Jackson County ,
Fla., and was recent owner of 1
Basford's Meat Market in Lawtey. He :3 Days Or Less. A : '
had lived at Kingsley Lake for the a4 '
past six years.Survivors [
include his wife, Rebeccaof ( or previously printed.) \.: /' ,

Kingsley Lake; 2 sons, R.A. .' '. ...;0,..., ,
Basford of Woodstock, Ga., C.W. '\ .'
Basford, Jacksonville; 2 daughters, .. .. A j
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Mrs. C.E. Harris of Kingsley Lake "
grandchildren.Burial Mrs. M,D. Traylor. Lawtey, and 6 : Copy Machines. .' ;fJ : ,, l I II

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Mrs Mabel G. KowalikMrs. : 8'/2x14' : r.: I l :,:::, I

Mabel G. Kowalik 61, of Lake ,,' ,
City died Thursday morning Jan. 1, in ; 0 ,1
(he North Florida Regional Hospital : : '
after a brief illness. 50. Copies "5.15 I
Born in Middlesboro Ky., Mrs. \ ,
Kowalik had lived In Lake City for the ; 100 Copies 15,85' .'or. ', 1

past 7 years. Mrs. Kowalik was a ; 200 ,
veteran of WWII the Coast Guard,a Copies c 7.15 ;
member of Eastern Star Minnie Lee
Chapter#113 Lake City, a member of 300 Copies 8.40 f: :" rv' .
the American Legion Auxiliary in \ 400 Copies 9.95 '
Lake City and a member of the First ,

Butler.United Methodist Church_ ,of, J..ake. 500 Copies I = 10.90. .. w; 1:
Survivors include: her husband c'
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Bill B. Kowalik, Lake City; one son, : .: ; 17",90.,, / ;
William Frank Kowalik. Lake City; / ,
one daughter, Mrs. Linda Trowel), : : :i 4
Lake Butler; two brothers,: FrankGent ,c r.
McPherson'Kansas and Tom < -
Gent, Larado Texas; one sister. Mrs. Printers '
Pauline Thomas Lake Butler; and

three Funeral were held Saturday .0 : : ;

Archer, Jan.Funeral 3, at 2 Home p.m. in of the Lake Chapel Butler of (] L ] ] a 1.

with Rev. Donald Hembree of.,
ficiating. The services in the chapel: \ '
were conducted by the Eastern Star"Chapter '
113 with complete military : ', : : '964-5764 r .
services at the gravesitein.DekJe. .
Cemetery in Lake Butler Archer !
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in' A..( \

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FPL Petitiofcis t 'Use' 1981 as s Test Year'W '. $ llii w" News Brk4 fs.... I

; Backing From Drive Owner Puts Out '
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For Upcoming General Rate IncreaseFlorida 1 : :-: : Results in CollisionA Mobile Home Fire

: ;; ; : ,iHiihJf:1: ;:: car backed into another,car on ''Minor'damage''was; reported, in a

"i'; Thompson Street, 50() feet north of mobile home ftre:oh Sampson Trestle
Power Light Company has. half of the 46 increase in the of '' ''t East Call Street in Starke 1:30: p.m. Road at SampsonLake; at 9-30: p,m. '
percent the
higher fuel and do
costs not
filed request with the Public Service pro- general rate increase In 1976, and\ Friday, Jan. :2.; 4. .
cost of living index since Sunday, Jan ;.
'Commission for:authorization to use 197S. Current FPL December duce any profit for FPL, he said. ultimately was granted $154 million Susan D. Lanier, 25, Savannah, Bradford County Volunteer k'irq
1981 as the test year for an upcoming 1978 costs rates" said are based on' "We know our customers are concerned less than its, stated need of $349 Georgia was not Injured but damageto Department was called to the mobile
operating FPL Vice-
general rate increase petition. about'rising costs* and we million. the 1973 Buick sedan she was driving -
home of F.R. but
President Joe Starling fire was
L. Howard. '
It marked the first such action by share that c concern. That's whys we 'We have not been able to earn the was estimated at $75.
If out by the time firemen arrived at t the
applied the 1000'kilowatt '
the Company in four years, and is the hour to typical have put;' off this step as long as W0 rate of return determined by the PSC Robert E. Edmundson, sa, of scene, according to Harry'Grcen,
,initial step in a lengthy regulatory amount would increase residential the bill, the could/, Howard said. "But like to be fair and reasonable' even for Starke,was not injured but damage to chief of the B Vt'D.
process: aimed at obtaining a rate increase bill by everyone our Company has been. 1976 conditions," Howard said. "And the 1978 Lincoln sedan he was drivingwas Green told this
about '40 cents day. Percise hard i ( paper that I the causeof
per hit by inflation. We
late seen
next year.FPL's estimated at $100. '
today we are seeing a rapid deterlprai the fire unknown.
figures will not be was
until FPL
rate case petition is scheduled files our earnings eroded by' rising lion in our financial condition. : The Buick was backing from an
to be filed sometime in January. its petition with proposed new operating expenses and the high cost Howard said FPL would alleyway onto Thompson Street. The
rate "
schedules. FPL's a
Before any rate relief decision Is typical of borrowing money future test 'rather Lincoln was traveling north on
residential year than
made by the Commission,exhaustivestaff bill for December Is "Unfortunately,our many efforts to historical a Thompson Street when the Buick
one. In the
$30.79, excluding fees and taxes) increase efficiencies past the PSC 1
studies and cut costs
into the Lincoln
public: hearings will has according to
granted of
The base rate for electric service finally have been outraced by inflation use ( historical test
completed. the Starke Police Department.
has remained unchanged since July, we have no choice but to ask for years, adjusted for known costs and
A small
Although no monetary amount was be Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson did not piece of charcoalin
to incurred
1977, even though the fuel adjustmenton rate relief If we are to continue to expenses in the future:
mentioned in the issue refrigerator
petition, Company provide "However," he said, "since a citation after investigating the your can
the customer's bills has gone up, our customers with new rates
officials'said the requested increasein adequate, granted under mishap absorb strong food odors
Howard noted. 'That reflects the reliable service." proceeding: would
revenues will be about$480 million. soaring increases In the price of oil we The requested Increase will be not go into effect until the latter part -

"This would in FPL represent revenues a 22-percent less than increase must buy to generate electricity. the fourth in the Company's 55-year only rates of 1981, it 1981 is realistic to base" the new r _::..:.. ;:
These charges go( directly to pay for history. FP.L applied for its last on operations.
- - .
Archie Tanner

I ObituariesJames

William Carroll Mrs. Orcne P. Cowart RUBBER STAMPS Funeral Home .

James William Carroll! 71, of Lake Mrs. Orene Padgett Cowart, 60, of ser\Jing
Butler died Wednesday morning Starke, died Tuesday, Jan. 6 in the Made-to-Order Archie M. Tanner) -..
(Jan. 7)) in his home after an apparent Shands Faitt1S .
Teaching \
Hospital in A1'' = :' .
heart attack. -- -
Gainesville after a brief illness. --: : ... J .
Mr. Carroll was a lifelong residentof Born in Brooker, Mrs. Cowart was Notary Seals ele Badges Magnetic Signs .-. ..
;ol .
Union County where he owned and the widow of the late Johnny Cowart, : a
operated his farm. lIe was a memberof Sr.and the daughter of the late James ;" '.-r
the First Christian Church of Lake W. and Creafy Sweat Padgett. She X-Stamper Door & Desk Name Plates

Butler. was a member of the Pine Level Baptist
Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Church in Starke.
Retha L. Carroll, Lake Butler three
; Survivors include: four sons,
daughters Frances, Sherron and Steven Wayne, Michael James, David
Kathy Carroll, all of Gainesville; one Jackson and Johnny Cowart, Jr., all
Complete Modern Facilities
son, Wayne M. Carroll, Lake Butler; of Starke; one daughter Sherd 110 W. Call St. Starke, Fla 964-5764 964-5757. .
three brothers, Steve and John T. Vargas, Starke; four brothers, Col- "f W- S.
Carroll, both of Lake?Butler and eman Padgett, Fairbanks, Dewitt
Rance J. Carroll Orlando; two Padgett Everett and A.Z. Padgett, -
sisters, Mrs. Thelma Garibaldi,' San all of Starke; two sisters, Virginia r- RSTORE 3NLY
Carlos, Calif. and Mrs. Elva Cobb, Bleasdale, Keystone and Cora [ t-V \ Cartons Nth
Jacksonville Funeral services; and five will held Fri- children.Hilliard, Gainesville; and five grand- VALUAaL&I: I EAGLE I. Lacks& I00's'6" ea d

day, Jan. 9 at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Funeral services will be held Thurs- I feS* plus tax PRICES!
Archer Tanner Funeral Home in Lake day, (today), Jan. 8 at 2 at Pine PRINTING
Butler with p.m. tlEq. Mb* ....*. Mf... 5
Rev. Bill Delaney of- Level Baptist Church with Rev. "
ficiating. Burial will follow in Elzey Roman Alvarez and James Cowart of II 2293.39....... 3.995.69_.... !I
Chapel Cemetery Lake Butler, under awkaw ,.. ..
ficiating. Interment
will be in the Conner --"htwryerl.
the direction of Archer Tanner Cemetery with Archie Tanner cQ"'P- Savlnosr
Funeral Home, Lake Butler. Funeral Home of Starke in charge of : : m! 6'9.

arrangements. : :: to 4tii

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James Banks, Gainesville and Ber- E : .
nita E. Banks, Brooker, has com- !:: 1.47 on.

pleted recruit training at the Marine ,
Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island,
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Fort Lawter' aboard the destroyer USS Briscoe,
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I Blanding Hunting; '' l': ::' : :" 1':.." . I .* t Tickets on Sale

For New
Final Figures for As for the decrease in the other drawings set for Feb,: 18 at to a.m. at Check stations will be located at

numbers Garrison found that question the Lake City. 'Regional Office of East Tower campground,the junctionof Here'

I Blanding Hunt Refuge : more difficult to answer since he Florida's Game'& Fresh Water Fish SR 250 and Forest Road 211 and the
wasn't in the last
year. Commission. Forest Service Tower at the Olustee'I The Starke Country Club Dinner
squirrel hunters maybe were just a The toll-free number for more infor- battleground! Theater The
presents' Bradford
Camp Blanding wildlife biologist little thinner this year. Also the mation 1-800-342-8105..
Garrison also said more hunters Players, under the direction of
Jim Garrison acorns were down and it
provided the final tallyon some was
filled Camp Blanding this -- Want Ads Richard Jockel, in a musical-comedy
year Anterless
the 1980 hunt season, and the dry so that could have hurt it
That includes what he play, "Ten Nights in a
28,698 25,053. Barroom'1
"For the had shorter
figures show an improvement turkeys we a
last year in the deer kill count but over a termed "a pretty good hunt week," time period. It was always the first At OsceolaThe Get Results..... Jan. 30-31, Feb. 6-7. and Feb. 13-14.

reduction in the numbers of other concluded Sunday, where 21 buck and nine days of the open season whenthere's Florida Game and Fresh Water Tickets are now on sale at the Country -

game taken: three doe were among the trappings a lot of hunter pressure but Commission would like to remind all Club Pro Shop-964-5441 (ask for

taken by 4,489 hunters. this year we just had the one week hunters participating In the Osceola Herb Herres) and at Merle Norman's

Total for Oct 11 -Jon, 4 Asked about the increase in deer open for turkeys in December. I Anterless deer hunt that all deer must Jan's House Cosmetic Studio-964-7355. Both of

This year Gam. last Year kills the resident overseer of the believe we had a real good crop of be checked at a check station. of GlamourHwy these locations are closed on Monday.
refuge guessed that the 50 antlerless Tickets are$19.00( each.
(Oct. n.Nov.4)) ((1979) deer given out this turkeys out here, we just haven't had During the hunt (January 5-18)), the 21 Melrose
permits the hunt There's still Specials: for
:343 deer 219 pressure. a good Division of Wildlife
37 turkeys 53 (which resulted in 16 does taken), a crop for the Spring gobbler hunts collecting personnel will be Shampoo & Set $5 The T-bone steak dinner will be
biological data.
"real good archery season", and the "" The served from 6:30 7:30 Show time
M hogs 110 coming up in March. animals should be Haircuts- S4 : : p.m.
change in the 5-inch antler rule allowing brought prior to is at 8:00
IM114S quail 329 Those hunts are set for March 16-17 field dressing so that the maximum 475-1508 p.m. .
for a 'just-visible' horn were the
and March 18-20 and Garrison .
cat -
squirrels 2556 amount of data might be collected.
major factors that made the more
157 to*squirrels 211II productive yield. Garrison estimatedthat reminded sportsmen interested that The station will be open from dawn to CETA Job Opening
applications for the drawings shouldbe
7 duckssnipe
dusk in order to
the antler rule made way for help evaluate the Police Officers
S obtained and sent in as soon as
0 about 20 short-horn bucks killed at physical condition and age structureof All applicants must1 bet
12 doves 0It possible. There is a quota of 80hunters the deer herd.
U rabbits Blanding. set for each hunt with the .Bradford County!' residents. -Unemployed IS out of the last 20 weeks.
I ,
Economically dlsadvantoged.

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473-3549 ApplicationsAre Huntley ..Lak Geneva--
.; NOW Redfearn's
100 ft. x 436 ft. Lots

S\ Hill's Security Service Being For Florida Taken R VICES Restricted lor 1850 tq. ... UNEROCK

!f.i. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE Times Union paper 473.4340or minimum building, size In 1IIJJn.FILL

!i THIS COUPON WORTH $5 TOWARD !L1 route In Melrose and u Bradford County WORK

PURCHASE OR SERVICE OF $25 OR MORE Keystone' area. Phone 473'4252Repoirs
964-5165 Monday thru I CLYDI W.SIMPSON.
S LOCKS CHANCED, REPAIRED & INSTALLED DEADBOLTS ... Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Of Major Septic Tank Installations -> .

jIj- LOCKS REKEYED BURGLAR BARS BURGLAR ALARMS Must have dependable Electric Appliances
transportation and
.S '9P post cash bond. 1/8 Serving Bradford & Cloy CARDIN BRDs.

Coupon expires February 15, 19B1 :a Itchg. --CountietLowrenen Jolt 3S6-6$49 24 hrs. CALL:
S5 ffIS C'vllle 377-7996 24 hrt.tnchg.
: 1 1, h 1, ,PiCIIPANDSAVEJI 'P IY't '' Keystone 9846750Steve

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GAINESVILLE SUN R.modelingwork, kitchen, Heights Sunday 2-5 p.m. Public Invited -

cobinett and trim Keystone Club Estates tfnchg 1/1/81
Reasonable MARTIN will
carpenter. II'/ % Interest 2 S 3 8R no
price Call Ed Dempsey at long.r be responsible' for
473-2477. tfnchg 12/4 models. R.ody to move in any debts Incurred after
?!ASSIFIED SECTION. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUll 6 weeks call the horn.arranger September 2, 1910 by
Bob Harris I
Closed meetings Monday 8 THOMAS MARTIN I Itpd
4733133. 1/8 3tchg 1/22. 1/8 i
p.m. Open meetings, 6
day 8 p.m. Alonon Monday GARAGE SALEi Saturday

8 p.m. Alateen' Monday 7 LOSTFOUNDlOSTi Jan. 10, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. f
Shop The Sun's Classified section p.m. All meeting InEducoflonal Fifth house behind Midway

Building Community THRII.MONTH.01D Jiffy on 21 a off SR-21

Church. tfnchg FEMALE BLACK puppy In between Keystone Heights
12/4. Paradise Ridge area Dec. and Melrote. Itpd 1/8 '

every day for great shopping values. PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN. 23. Boy's Christmas
TING and 'wallpapering. present.please phone Don't ForgetDeadline
Phon. 4732477. tfn
12/4 2tpd 1/1-1/8 .. is
'" n' 1OeLiVERY. 4guq i..P.Iwmblnfl., .?. FOR.RENT.; ?t,:, I < 'U ".." ''''U' \
ALUMINUM SCREEN ROOM Experienced' Snow Stiller for selling -. persons for local' 4751513. tfnchg 5/21 4
Mechanic. Must have own hand ski wear end ladle's swim route. Valid license. will train' CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 1 BR FURNISHED lake 'cot- FOR SALE'i'
tools.. Experienced only, need ....r. 3-4 oavs/week.. Apply'' Not an aoencv,,subscription rste. i''
apply 372.977 Swim and Ski Country Creekslde JOB GUIDE, 374-BtCS. WORK. bu lid patios, tage. $225 p.r month.
for h..lth food ,59taur.n 3 EXECUTIVE SECRETARYWith experience preferred. remodeling homes and REALTOR n.or Keystoneeights.( .

p.m.,0:30: c".tl I3T7'14e1 V'f.renC.srequired. spat.aAsYsITTER. rt.....excellent for good position dictaphone, 377-7113...p.- St.Send. Gainesville.resume' to PI 37O4 32601.OFFICe N.w.. 4Otn tile work. Fr. estimate!. 473-4961 $300 down,. $66.84 p.r

2 year old. Hunthousskeeplno. LEARNING CENTER HELP. full time. In- Phone 473-4473 after 5 tfnchg 12/11 month. Phon. 473-4058 or
Mon. thru Frl. Needs teacher, slxperlence volclna. twleonone, typing. Experienced 1/t 473-4367 after 6
pre-school need apply., Cell p.m. tfnchg ON LAKE GENEVA-2BR. p.m.
7:30-4. Must only
ntes and reoulred. Full lime posltlon -
transportation Cr.f.r- <111. ,celt 37O-3SO3. between 10 a, 2 tor appt.372-4140 NO MORE RAZORS and! P/.BA I $150 per month. tfnchg 1/1

ATTRACTIVE CHEF excellent opportunity for LOUNGE! HELP WANTED" MEDICAL SeCRETARY/" tweezers. Try electrolysis" "- Water and gorbag. pick LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE-
Position with new firm. Micro capable' person with varied abilities Must wear skirt' to tit atmosphere. Receptionist. to work In opntttalmoloulst'a If* Inexpensive Hair I Included. First and last Keystone Height' owner
film _Ic.. Send to up
camera operator Encellant SI5.00O-t17,000 Call JOB Apply, In "person 2pm- resume financed 10
work mo conditions Must be ACTION. 37S-2300, I2O4 NW 13th eom. Dub's 454O NW lath: SI. .ox Pl.... Sun Drawer A.Gainesville. removed p.rman.ntly by a month $100 deposit. percent In-
MeW. 3ra934 after 5. 5t.!. Feeneootlable13x40 / No phone calls .FL 3tun ,_ registered Elect rologlM. 4732383. tfnchg 12/31 terest. Lets on clear sand

Call for free demonstration. BUILDER'S HOUSE: 3BR 2BA. bottomed lak., priced to

Amy's Electrolysis' ), 1400 sq. ft., W/W carpet sell from 9900. On. to
490 Lawrence Blvd., CH/A, fully equipped kit five acres overlooking, lake
Keystone. 473-7033. tfnchg ch.n. Half acr. lot. lake (access available, ) with
1/8 access. $295 month. nice trees from $3,500.!

I 1974 MALtaU. CLASSIC TOYOTA COROLLA. 92,000 MOTO 153 376-0392 days 377.9829 $500 down $50 a month.
2 door excellent condition. Air mil... 5 speed air, radlals. tape lack with. red 'Interior. Very WANTEDCASH Commercial l Iranian-..
new brakes, low mlleaae, 2ndowner deck. AM radio SJ3OO or beat eood cOftd",,,,,. A..........'.. nights tfnchg 1/1/81 '
., tl,575, .473-JQ57., R.ndy.31"1I301. student.1S74 Call. 377.5..a TRAILERS FOR RENT Prices Investment opportunity.SR21 .
FOR COLD, ..t.II.g.I.I N. Owner-satetman.
1971 FORD GRANADA" TRIUMPH TRe. 1 owner, A- "75 OPEL SPORT WAOON: Mew start at $140. Furnishedand
4 door S cylinder, 302 cubic 'Inch. 1 condition elr. AM/FM. cassette 'JJr.s: AM/FM stereo. ) 33.OOO mil... S2.00O neaollable. new too end tlret S7.0OO = A.nrwa Mao wheels. Will visit home AKC
Cll 37SOSI7: efter 5pm.S miles.S5795 Call 373.3X7. Sacrifice.'135.37J-32O5.Student. your Geneva Trailer Pork DOBERMANS-Top
anywhere. 376-9235. Mr. quality only. You Invited '
MUSTANG rebuilt transmission 1911 FRICOHT LINER double '7*VW DASHER Station Wagon Phone 4732879. Itchg 1/8 or. -
engine. radlals, stereo, new. sleeoer 903 Cumnnlnas 13 speed, miles. Excellent condition. Rittman. Phon. collect. CABIN LAKE JOHNSON to visit. our. kennel
brakes Needs some body worK.S75O 2 alumlmum budds. lone Chills, Automatic .'r. AM/FM radio, tfnchg 12/4 '415-1228.
376-4061. Student. SI3.0OO or best. 373-W4S ...000. 375015. ARCA-1BR I'/tBA
WI BUY used furniture .
'77CAMEROLT: Mint condition./ '71 DATSUN 0110..2 door 4 197" KAWASAKI KX 113,. Excellent '74 TOYOTA' CCLICA. ST. oood and) aluminum fir.plac., kitchen equipped
,. Cruise tilt wheel, power windows oeed, excellent condition, good condition throughout. Like condition, low mil..... 30 MPG partially furnished' tfnchg 12/4
.-. A doors air Mao wheels. .... mil....., new "r... Asklne new. Dunlop knobbles CenAmBars. AM-FM, speakers, air, gnatIMMIOf truck' toppers Phone FIVI ACRES-FOREST HILLS.
"AM/FM & more. 45.000 miles. S30OO Must see to appreciate.' Fiberglass tank. Radial S. exterior. SI99S. Call. 473-4321 $125 monthly and you pay
Sacririce 13975 37S-3MU: student 373-3277 anytime. Student head 5395.3173100.TH. 6-4115.SIudent. tfnchg 10/16 utilities. 473-3418.. Itchg $900 down $108.02 month.
YOUNG ATTRACTIVE 1/8 Phone 4732520. 4tpd

FEMALE seeking employ\ 3BR FURNISHED mobile 12/18-1/8

m.nt. Daytime hours, no home 10'x35', central oil BUNK BED WITH MAT.
evening or night work heat fenced TRESSES $90; dinette and
Child in school. Call Pat at yard gas lake range' privileges four chairs $50; nice rustic

Ir- / 473-1444. Itchg 1/8 MELROSE. 475.2022. 1 tchg_ couch $90. Beasley'
Bargains, 4734521. Itchg


$160; Sears dryer, $73; galstove
NEWLY DECORATED HAMMOCK wooded .Y OWNER J BR. IVk bath, (104)( ) 473-4903 $45.
Cent,O'r a heat. 3 .* 2 bath acres nice. corner lot .'..500. /I.roe lot. screen) porch. "Assume Beasley
$ o 12x70, .Nc.ll.oi 10* /InanC tll.QOO balance. PHA SVfc*" EoUltV S14.OOO. SMO P.O. Bex 1331 Bargains, 473-4521. Itchg
;: r.: J.R. 21 North
Condition. 37J-OM4. 317-3117. Owner .. :..Call 375-o54e. month or owner finance with Keyitone Heights 1/8
S4000 down 17*" loan 37!-444 .
1JX4O. laree extensions. on :3 SHORT ON CREDIT* Short on Lake Brooklyn 4 bedroom doublewlde on FIREPLACE free Kitchenequlpoed cash? If you need a mobile home, .V OWNER:: .ALACHUA. HOMO standing
partially, turn.. ooodcondition. you. need to see met Cell Vernon Assume S..*. payments tZ47.7O, Woodland Drive, placed on a large foundation fora 30", fire cone. grate and
tooo 373-653 after 6 ......Ocala. Fla QO4-42J-7113 cent t BR.air/heat 1 Nth. fenced,backyard Help,win, home, fenced lot. paved street close to town. screen. Good condition.

11 X 45 Parkwood. 3 BR. cant A BEAUTIFUL. Contemporary tlnanclng MO-nai or $44,500 owner financed. $85. 473-3857. Itchg 1/8
"..t/'r. wall-to-wall. carpet. home In Deer Run. 3 BH I bath
utility: fwnlno. porcrv e Kcslent with fenced backyard. Owners BIT OWNER; A very clean 3 S* New brick COUCH AND CHAIR end
/ =, $ytooT37a-7 O17X45 anxious. S74.OOO Call Key Realtyof IVk bash, 1100 so ft, modularhome ") Enclosed garage, quiet. street table,, coffee
Alachua County Inc.172.7715.AAA on sAndy corner lot ,In SW access to Lake Bedford. $45.000. table for
1'71 General. I: SRI be"'. on Archer Rd.tM.OOO. -Ss11.: $175. Double bed $50.
kitchen _1_. washer hookup 74 Ouerdon llxeJ
new carpet and wall cover 1 BR IV* bam central heat Ik .V OWNER-l BR,PORCHES: in town walk to beach and park immaculate Phon. 473-3948. Itchg 1/8

VACATION, RETIRING Inga.16010. Cell 372-71169.. air Peol-tennla refrle.. .courts stove washer/dryer.S4S 5. 37S-4I3' Carport.Mew floors 7 aRes.5nC.d,walls S wiring..rurel. home, a pleasure to 3BR. 2BA SPLIT LEVEL with
rull Condo.'Crau netse.ech 2 BR'9.. 2wW THE MEADOWS aanroN. Ilk Central_,. 4194700.3.R. Commercial bldg. .in downtown | double/ garage. Freshly '
,. ,.:;:t tensCaXt.'d111drM. acre, mostXdiOI094, neighbor 1 Looklnc for MobtHerM7/ I ..fh. CanMatale. pointed Inside and
Mo out.:
Ckav. .441 000. I-471-1494.: ing hood to In creek.cltv.' $24,900.3737165.DOUSLE I20S NW f it Slott. Cell money Mr.. down Hell. 732-0770.M year fI......,.... .near Itchen school appllaneea.e .fenced from Oaks verd upstairs. $44,000 terms. Anyone con buy this beau

Well.'...500. 377-7155 or 3757J4.ICVCLBSI Commercial corner < in Starke corner of 301 & ty with only $3.000 down.

16. Two old Homes In need .of repair. $112,000 $43.500 Includes view of

owner financed. Lake Brooklyn.KEYSTONE .

One acre For mobile home near crystal Lake. HEIGHTS REALTY
7 473-4961
2t 1/8-1/15
Itchg 1/8
# oscker beds. .,00.
Couch S45. Chest Drswers.. FLOOR BUFFER works eood.
\ S2$. Black L white TV, OS. Bear SIS 1520 NW 55 TERR jn-4Oie, ., 10 speed. ScnwlnnSuper .
c bow.SJO Call 3731471.LECL6 3723501. ScanS SIM 10 speed sro.Women's 'Jt!
'Io spssd Ral Ign. 5)20.
RC :)6" FLOOR LOOM S reconditioned, '
for ..... ._. Call Patty, 3'asos. M each..S ris .H.-: wlrn'chco 4.7 /redo./m ICe.-. Call 373-2353.: Puzzled About
block table, SI5O Cell 37>-13301.
SICYCL.WOMAN'5.ONdcadlllan. "" "
RCA. COLOR TV 19". 200.. GOLF CLUBS ft bee Wilson s... Call 4M-S074. A New Home?
Woman's 10 speed blk. (Sprite 6 woods ''r_. 1234. Soaldlne
Sao. Man's bike. S speed, S'Sneaotleble. woods ','.3.4. S5O.Call.37S-I3OI. ICrCLB-ROAO Let Us
Sub Jackson
I7S-43I6 keep trvlne.PI.r.o'lw Reynolds 531OB n Help
HID.-A. .-SEO COUCH tes. Two Inch frame,snort.whsel base.All .Copies
carpets Rood eachor Kampaonolo, '''..., record Reel Estate Is a Good
\ Investment
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best_... 59)-$953 (McIntosh) "(MlnrineMadut.. sealpoat.Oerslllevrs
eA992TT CRIB with. mattress bla wheels, electric' start recon.dltloned. .n'."...., keep trying S1OOO Invested 1141! And A Good'Investment' Just Mokes
buimper pad-s/5. ,Ov carrier' S350 377-S9I7. for'0-50374-3971 between 9& I.m. .

S5 .vvalker-S9 Portable t-aroe basslxette-tl.plevoen.SIS SEARS RIOINOMOW8R,3a": 7 MUST SELL.cnalrs-SSO., I low Curtains back upholstered and .-evE: .. timed excellent snape S7O properties '
Oulltt-sa each. M9d1o. evmSJ.Call HP. TCH. electric start recondi " All bamboo prIM -
374-MS5. tioned s3'5. 377.5911. Call 377-3117. Size *V. acre let .. L.... Butler.

*2 I ores en SRJJI.*U .c.... eB SR319-A (

2 0 C.I..egaJ *3 ceres on SR 100, '*20 acres en SR241-A I

Size *'e .crea.n SR111 *40 ecres off SR341AAlsei

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: Deadline for SERVICES ,
Insertion :
': preceding Thursday NOON before BILLS SAW SHOPi Complete efficiencies and I HOUSEKEEPING TV and and sleepIng loads only. ALLEN E.., cents per lb. Vernon Red. Garage water, .SALE'I ,i.. /7rwiilear

publication. sharpening service, circular BR opts., "weekly or mon ,room. Air. TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone I dish. 9646530. tfn 11/27 elect. 7 mi NW of
Motel' 3 miles
hand carbide, thly. NEW FURNISHED
7823172. 12/4 tfchg. UNCLAIMED on' SR 229: WhisperingPines
Minimum :
charge $2.50.Covers chain. mower blade hollow ,STUDIOS North of Stark. on Hwy- =
monthly only. HAY Highly fertilized Estates Lot No. 28.
Singer's finest Futura ( REALTY
: 15 Words).: 301. 10/9 tnchg "
ground and' balanced. 2313 N. temple, Starka.
Each word CULLIGAN fully automatic Argentlna-Bahia (no rain)., automatic zlg zag sewing 11/13 tfnchg. ."
over IS Leave at Jackson Building TFchg J.M. Edwards, THREE AKC CHOW CHOW -:: ;? .
Call I machine. Dos it all withoutottchments I jI
j water ,conditioner, $3.75 __
Supply In Stark, Keystone KITCHENETTISl On. BR 964-5379 12/4 PUPPIES) 2-female,
4tchg buttonholes,
: Not responsible/ errors Heights or Lak. ButUr. apartments pool. TV, AC per ma. Installation extra, 12/25. darns, stretchstitches 1-male. Call 964-5636. I Itpd PHONE 964777TERWILUGAR
when limited offer. 964-7638.' monograms CECELIA
glv.n the TFchg utilities Included.
: phone Totally USED NEWSPAPER blind/ hems etc. 1/8. 205
or wh.n Is ALCOHOLICS ANONY. furnished tfnchg023./ N. Temple. Starke |
x / sold for $539
3 or 4 BEDROOM HOUSE of A,"I'
and brought to the office.WANTED / .. MOUSi thly rat. TEMPLE MOTEL. Brick CH/A No 36" 25 each. Bradford pay off balance due of SCHOOL BOARD of Stark., Wayne Douglas' BrokerSalesmanTelephone'9646593
Phone 964-514B. 964-7619.. 880 N. Temple Ave.. ; ; Fla. will hove
1. r refrigerator. First and last County Telegraph $143.1O cash or a public sale
TFchg Starke. Phone 964-7357.. 964-6305. tfn of $12.70. per a auction Sat., Jan. 24,
REMODELING, BUILDING/ / 9/20 TFchg. month rent plus $100 55 GALLON INK DRUMS month. White Sewing and 1981) beginning at 9 am. We
flSe faith and
sincerely $250 appreciate trust
Perfect for trash barrels, Appliance/ Center, 3527 at the Operations Center,
bath* roomt. Brick HOME PARK mobile homes month. Call 964-6413 $5.00 each. Bradford Coun. S.W. Archer Road Archer 519 N. Orange St., Starke, the owners and prospective owners of Brad.

GOOD PRICES PAID for used block. concrete. Fireplace. and spaces for rent. Phone tfn.anytime, keep trying. 1/1 ty Telegraph 9646305. Square Plaza. Gainesville, Fla. School; vehicles, equipment ford. Union and Keystone Heights Real Estate

mobile homes If mortgage specialists.. Phon.Grlfflt Conttructlon. 468-2912. Tfchg 2 BEDROOM HOUSE Partially tfn. phone 376-4466. 1/8 Itchg. furniture and bestowed an us In 1980. W. ,.'/.". 1981 will
Is 3/4 paid or mo ..OLIN'S or 4732578. TFchg HOMES furnished; heat and air WINDOWS WAREHOUSE 1910 MICROWAVE OVENsN.v.r materials will be sold at b. great! W. have buyers desirous/ of your
LADDERS 5 auction. 1/3 1/22.
MOBILE HOME gal. cans used Touchmatlc. 3tchg
SALES. cond.. $160.00 month
SIWINO MACHINES per roof CB HOME BASE properties but If we are to fulfill our buyers'
964-5606. Op.n 7 day. FOR SALE plus deposit. No childrenor asphalt coatlng-$7.00; Has meat probe defrost Realistic
w..kly. TFchg REPAIREDi All makes pets. Mature couple cases of 6 one-gallon cans cycle, etc. Left In layaway Navajo with Storduster needs WE MUST HAVE LISTINGS. If you are
cleaned oiled and
WANTED Mobil. home'ox- adlusted. preferred. Phone'964-8243 for $8. 9646679. Bargain assume payments of antenna, stand-up mike considering selling p/eose/ callus
: >I5. Work NEW 3 BR HOME 1500.00 your property
Center. '12/11 tfn. and hand mike,
:. I.. and ti,... Will pick Itnd 1/8. $19,14, p.r month. Full factory Call
CHIN'S MOBILE HOME up. guaranteed. Jam. down payments; under ONE TRUCK TOPPERS.. SIM.. H, _IN._, warranty. White Sewing 964-801S. Itchg. 1/8. at 964-7776. We always do a little extra for
SALES 964-5606. 7 Strickland' ; corn.r MorganRd. $345.00 month 1 Yo bath STALLEDI Ha. full vision and Appliance Center TIRED OP EATING LEF. you because we l/fce/ fo.

days a week. TFch;Open BRADFORD. and Hwy 16. TFchg nice Bob Harris for last town.month$139.00 In advance.first and$50 door and opening side, win- 3527 S.W. Archer Rood. Archer TOVERSTf Come buy my Beautiful townhouses an .......t Rd., Starke. Fla..
CASH FOR details anytime 964-5533. dows. On. year warranty. Square Plaza greens, I need the moneyso
COINS Gold : Furnished
SERVICE deposit. THREE; BEDROOM beginning at$33,600. model shown by appoint
.'. silver sterling, dental ', Pumpoutt.Residential commercial 1/8 3tchg 1/22. HOUSE: Fireplace LR/den; Beasley' Bargains Gainesville phone bad. Murray's Gardens. ment. Can. ba financed through Band Program at 11%%
MOBILE HOMES 4734521. tfnchg 12/11. 714 Lafayette St. 964-7326.
Why 3764466. 1/8
gold.GF pay Itchg.
scrap jewelry op- and Industrial. licens workshop or guest house; Interest. Hurry I
:. tical frames, .,C. J.R. Bull-, ed. Phon. 964-8121.Fully more? Buy direct from the lake access; Crystal Lak.Hom..It. BULLS Two registered pur.. ASSUME PAYMENTS 2'" Itchg 1/8.
:' ington 964-6250 TFchg. TFchg factory and save. Large ... $275.00 bred. One-Angus, On. color TV. Beautiful/ walnut V-' 1977 CUTLASS SUPREME) SPECIALS

WANTED., Used tool., both MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Fac- selection of '2'. 14' and month. $175.00 security per Hereford James Catkins./ console. Under warranty. low mileage. Excellent .Eestwoed Dr. 3 BR 2 5. panel carpet $30,000. Reduced

; mechanics and carpenters. tory trained mechanics. double wldes. Purchase a deposit. 964-5200 day or 964-8356. 12/18 tfn. Pay off balance due condition. Also have 25" .New brick BR 21 1600 sq. ft. CHBA. In. city.

Phon. 964.8331 or 5/29 US-301 South S.BOOKKEBPING. 96 4-6020. mobile home In the month 964-7187. 1/8 tfn.t WEDDING DRESS: Size 8. $188.00 cash or assume Zenith color TV console, .607<< Milton Terrace-nearly new-many extras-131, .OOO.
'68-'551. 9111 candlelight ivory, payments of $19.11 $195.00. Call 473-4508.
tnchg SERVICES 9 of ''January and we will MOBILE HOME On Griffls per HANDYMAN SPECIALS

WANTED Mobil. Home Ax.I. ., years experience In all help In your monthly cost Loop. Call 964-8077. daysor 964-5595. Itpd 1/8. month. White Sewing and BAY Itchg HORSE 1/8. Five old. 3BR ft Iocr. Wilson Road reduced SI 3,500.
I... Appliance Center, 3527 years
for good Paying condition the best axles.price phases Including taxes forms.andgovernment by month paying for to 12 you consecutive$50.00 per I 1/8.964-7041. nights.. 'Itpd YARD. SALE S.W. Archer Road, Archer Green broke very gentlo. 606 W. Adklns-House ft 50' 100' lot 12500.

964-8331. 9/11 Square Plaza Cal1964-8731. Itpd 1/8. PREFf MED PROPERTIES
months. and
473-7075 after 5 P.M. 7/3 Hurry come
HOUSEMATE) Male' to share tfchg bv for more details. COM bedrooms. Adults only. No YARD SALE FRI. SAT& SUN: 376-4466. 1/8 Itchg. *3BR SB Edwards Rd. Has everything/ $69.900.

house; will have own KEENS TREE SURGEON, MUNITY MOBILE HOME pets. Call 9647619. 1/8 Jan. 9. 10 and 11. 9a.m. to NEW AND USED FURNITUREand CARS & *Crystal lake ttomesltes-3BR. FP. guest heuse.$3B.OOO.

room, cable TV, Trimming. removal 14 yr. SALES US 301 North. Open 2tchg II t5. 5 p.m. Tiree, families. appliances. Porch TRUCKS *16 Ac. Brewnlee Rd. Col. home barn. stream $64,500.,
washer/dryer. $1 25 mo. 12 X 40 MOBILE HOME Behind Tackle rockers. BARGAIN C Beautiful lake Geneva 300' beach 4 homes-Own. fin,
experience. Have 55 ft.buck. 9 a.m. to duik. I to 6 on Box In
NON-DRINKER. Keystone. Three bedrooms CENTER US 301 South, .404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely' turn. Owner fin.
on onsacre apts.
.'. Fr. estimates. Sunday. Phone. 964-8741. building. Rain or Shine. 177 FIAT 1H Standard
473-4669. liB 4tchg 1/29. Phone 782-3733. 9/35tnchg lot$1 45.00 per month 1/8. 9646679. TFchg *Home & 3 ecres In Breaker $51,600
PLUMBING transmission, If 'Interested
WORK. WANTED Hard work BARNES CARPET CLEANING plus' deposit. Call after FIXTURES windows 0 1261 Johns Drive, swimming pool. thirties.Home .
YARD SALE) THURS., JAN. 8: contact Community .
Sampson doors, ,
ing laborer will work In 3:30. 964-5734. Available pipes plus .
: *
and wkshp-Rd.lOOW BR. CHBA, FP. patio $39,500.
Shampooing extraction .
A-Frame over 1450 saj. ft. Beginning at 7:30 a.m. til 10,000 other Items now at State Bank of Starke.
after Starke 5:30 area. Call 1/8 378-4026 3tpd living room dining Cedar ft Stucco appraisedover FURNISHED 1/15/81. Itchg APARTMENT 1/8. ???? 527 N: Cherry St.Stark. Bargain Center US 301 96 4.7830. 12/11 tfn. 0 125 yr. old herae(2960( sq. ft.). Hampton a :3 Ac-$3BSOO.

1/22. p.m. room and hall. $29.95. $65,000.00. Make offer Two bedifcoms. Utilities In. .. Some children's South Starke. TFchQ 1963 FALCON door.. Good ACREAGE

1-366-4460. 10/23 tfn Financing availableBob cluded. 'at the clothing. Itchq 1/8. condition. $bOO or best offer. "2.6A-S235 septic well pump, elec.pale portable sheds.
HELP WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the Harris 9645533. 1/8 Tackle Box or call I I I Call 9648612 after 5p.m. "40 acres across road from Bedford lake $105,000.

spot. William Jewelry. 3tchg 1/22., 964-8429. Itpd 1/8. BIRCH'S 964-5534 12/18 tfn. "20 acres Rd. 100 W $27,990. Owner financed.
WANTED 100 E. Call St. 964-7064.
1970 FORD PICKUP Good "
: 43 Ac. lawtey area formerly Bore Skin lodge" 40000.
condition. $800.00. Call < "
4.7B Acres Rd. 230A ft Wilson Rd. $11.700.
NURSING HOME needs full- CASH FOR GOLD sterling with den/flrsplace' ; car Completely furnished .Including -
The Master Killers 96.c.8338. Itpd 1/8. "40 Acres Hampton $60,000 S% Interest-Owner. fin.
and workroom shed utilities.: Inquire at f> v
time LPN or RN nurse for coins. A-Z Pawn Shop. 144 port ; ; .a.< >*
Underwood Motel 301' \Ol for Positive German-Roach Control iI *56 acres-Rd. 100-owner will finance.
with p
'.12 shift. Call 964-6220. W. Call St. Phone 964-8348. large garden space <
10/9 tnchgSEWING 11/13 tfnchg. pecan and fruit trees on North. Itchg 1/8. .(.0,0 Special Senior Citizen Rates? YES! > 9f,9inchi Handyman' Special 0'3' acres 301 & Morgan Rd. Owner finance $39.000.
House is located by Mid-
MACHINE CHAIN LINK FENCE Install 1.96 acres. Low taxes. Call ( 6.16 acres Griff Loop-timber-own. fin. 10500.

OPERATORS 8 needed. Experienced ed. Free estimates.' HandyMan 964-5610. I/I 2tchg 1/8. dleburg at Jet. of 1.295 and 5.5 acres near Prosbyt.Church ft ho.pital-mak. offer.

In factory In-, Fence Co. 964-8539. MOBILE HOME :2: bedroom. [t& f) Mike's westslde service 21 State, 16 Road 2/10 21 miles. Go south to Hall-on LOTS INVESTMENT,

dustrlal sewing. Fulltime TFchg 1218.TYPEWRITER 1 bath; ...Ira.. $2.500.00. -7 Trailer lots Brewnlee Rd.20; dn.per acre 4000.
U 18 RECOVERY'gROOM HWY 100 Starke. Florida Boree. Turn left and 1
40 hour w..k. Do not app- REPAIR: Call Terms. Call ,964-1212 ext. go .150'xlSO' commercial on 301-owner fin. 533.000.

'ly unless you work 40 the Office Shop 110 W. 140. leave your number : NOW OPEN mile to Blackberry. Turn Country Club lot ISO1 x 313'-nice location-$10.000.

hours. .Apply In p.r.on. Call St., Starke, for details,. will callback. 2tpd T/8.' The Recovery Room of *Specializes In all heavy duty trucks left and go 4110 mile to Hampton Oaks lot (25 trees owner financed$7,100.
Storke -Uniform)...441 East 964-3764.,110.1 ,.. -. lole' Local 01.,. Cotton Lane. Turn right to
> I ACRE, RANCHETTBi-Over City '_ Diesel work *Car A Pickups Busy Call t Weter St. lot 235' x B6 Owner fin. $19.100.
BrawcUe__S4eel.-12/1 .. GOLD...r.'SILVER"WANTEOJ. Archie Tanner Funeral 4193 Cotton Interim finan
1350 .q 'f...' >' 'l950.00moves 6 b A'week Call St. commercial 100' x 190' Owner fin. 9900.
tfnchg.:: 1A.9 ffO'S CIa:. rIng.. sterling silver No Home 964-6801 clng li available. Do a little'
CAREER OPPORTUNITY silver coins, dental gold; you closing OH4-5757 Stnrkir FIDIVORCE and save a lot. Low down BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
costs. Fireplace 3 BR 2 750 W. Madison formerMobll sta-$25,000.
L.adlnllltfo ond health Insurance all gold and silver jewelry; payment and low interestrate
company now interviewing 10K, 14K. 18K and 22K gold Bath Shown by Appt. on- make you on owner V-419 S. Walnut New large, warehouse-$(2.500.

for outside and anything of similar' ly. 964-5533. 1/8 3tchg THE CHARGE NURSE Instead of a renter Excellent [Great prop.rty across from Holiday Inn. -Own.Fin.

sales and collection position. value. Next to Piggly' Wlg- 1/22. OFflCm opportunity.. Nice Store. ft Apt.. on 301-good pot.ntlal-.wner fin.

Excellent Income Sly.' 964-B225..I/8 Itpd. MO.ILIHOMI.ilx '10 *,50 ft. SHOP three bedroom house. We 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. en Rd. I6E Owner fin.

potential. No experience long. Two bedrooms, air Looking for an opportunity for an Improvement? can furnish materials to Homecammer) ft cottage on Madison St. Owner fin.
now e
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necessary. If you or. will-, LOSTFOUNDLOSTi conditioned. Clean and nc Unhappy with your present salary? Bradford complete. Immediate S5()()me. Income four f urn. rentals-Call t Bay 55,000."

Ing to work and meet people bugs. Window cooler In .: County Hospital has an Immediate opening as possession. See It and then large apt. complex on 301. good cash flow own. fin.

call 964-7914 between Whit. male poodle kitchen dark paper to Charge Nurse with excellent salary and benefits. contact Proper!! s Department Realtor Associates-After Hours

8 a.m. and 9 a.m.. Mondaythru last seen on Ellington Rd. block out the sun. Come Come experience the personal care of a small toll free at Gerrl L.nnon.A..clot496.3141J

Friday. 1/1 I 4tchg 1/2/81. Child's pet child see at Plnehurst Trailer hospital. 1-800-328-4462. 4500 Lyn. Byron Terwlllegar .....777' Martha Derko 782-33t7|

1/22. has been crying for h.r Court. Yellow and brown. Contact Director of Nursing Bradford County dale Avenue North Minneapolis Anne TerwIIUgarNelson, 475-1677 Sally Kllllan,46S-22S5i
AUTO MECHANIC for busy dog Please return. CASH ONLY. Itpd 1/8. 50 Hospital. Starke Fla. 964-6000. Minnesota

r.polr shop. 3 years experience Answers to PANDA. Tonya DOUBLEWIDI MOBILE Contested, uncontested abandoned Itchg 1/08 55412 call collect
or toRobert
; 5 days. 40 hours Martin. 964-5230. Reward. HOMEs Approximately/ with/without children I -
lyou pay your own riling feel. Hunter' at
$6.00 per hour. Mousy Tire Itpd 1/8. .
1400 sq. ft.; 4" well with NOCTH FLORIDA 9047338137. I
Co,, 1913' N. T.mpl.Stork.964.6600. Ave. utility buildings Extra lot SCCRCTAINAl SERVICE 121chg

Itpd 1/8. MISCELLANEOUSFREE setup for another trailer. Call between S p,m. DON'S ROOFING
Oi"N. "'Typing 1750000. Call 4733995. 7 cQdaglnMOBILE. .... .
; TO GOOD HOME Pup- Itchg 1/8. COMETOTHE t1f:if 964-6372 ,
Must be.neat and dependable pies. 10 available. Half 24 x' 30 COMPLETE SHELL
withprevious\ job
German Shepherd. Phon. .
HOME $5.000.00. To be HOME
referenceFor' appointment 964-5393. Itod 18.Motorcycle.
/ call 964-8741. 18tf't.A" moved. Call anytime INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS TOOL
of all including
'964-8498. 1/8 4tehg 1/29. Roofing types,
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5 ACRES. 2 BR HOUSE for repairs.

.BOATS sale. 7823532. 1/8 Itpd. POLICIESAT
.t.,,.> |tSO SUZUKI TS I25t Just Free Estimates
itinc" like 80000. Call '1973 MH. 24 x $]. unfur. '
new "
IB FT)OLASTRON BOAT)225 Sara 964-7448. I Itpd 1/8. nlshed. 5500. 782-3950 REASONABLE RATES Prompt Service
hp, V-hull. Vinyl top and _- _---_ after 5 p.m. I Itpd 1/8. -

man'deluxe: .. accessories. n n Olin's Mobile .----------------------

JtiO like newl Call : Bradford LAND I Home SalesFREE

Gainesville 3763619. TFN. FOR SALE

MOBILE HOME : Mini Storage : WATER OAK CREEK AREAij Phone QUOTES 964-5606 Grinders Copies IT PAYS

: HWY 100 at Laura SI. : 30 acres. Off Crawford Rd. Elaine, M. Olin Agent WrenchesSeekete .'

Sterile and ferguson Rd. $650.OO| lathg Tools __; TO
: NOW : per acre. Price Negotiable.Ph. FiresSupplies 4 1 Letter

: RENTING 782-3756. 1/8 2tpd Air Compressors-Drill ProssssVlseeSend v Size20C ADVERTISEW.II !!

1/15. ws-Cul ett sswsSaturday

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ii if ::$7.00 permo & uP.I I[Remodeling may be your answer? Let January 17 2:00 pm Size "
f : 473-2735 us help you call today: Affordable While You W itIIIEliILUG
Homes 964-5533 NO Job too small. Drilling
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Union County Ads Route 21 on Fairways street [fa';:(!(ff; Drilling Fast Equipment Rotary

1.10 W. Call St.

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TOBACCO ACREAGE IN Corp.. Box 711. Fort Worth. Compressors 'S .'-- Machinists Tool '- New & Used
CUSTOM MAD UNION' COUNTY Write: TEXAS REFINERY, CORP.! offers Texas 76101. Itchg 1/8 I.'IU ei VIM
Air Tools S'l .:::: :.. := SALE
DRAPERIES I I Free Dewltt Knight. Box 505. plenty of money plus I DIIlI.U 'I SalesPartsServicePlumbing I IE.Z
estimates. Local Madison.Georgia306500r cash bonuses., fringe/ I FOR YOUR :.:..::..:=. *_, M. % MM* M. :=::... H..vy Duty NEW &USEDWe

distributors far'call 404-342-2199 after 6 benefits to mature Individual J REAL ESTATE NEEDS a I ..--. ..1 .is-w.-- .... _. ._.. II ,.. -' tees finance Terms............__.
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Pace 88 Januarys, t t ,. ,: 'y I
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? Judge: Refuses to Relieve Public Defender Of Representing Prison; Inmates: ,. I

: Judge Green's Order Inappropriate,. Next to Impossible to Carry\'Out, DOR Attorneys Claim 'I" < ,I

I He pointed out his staff in the appoint private counsel at county ex
Public Defender Alan Parlapianotold Is an' unexpected and dramatic Increase "We 'do not take issue with "this
Administrative Circuit Court Judge the grounds of excessivecase
II this last month the Starke in case load _n Bradford and change in policy, since it is our Gainesville, office handles' 75 to 80 pense on
I Wayne M. Carlisle on his first day on paper and Counties. mutual interest to reduce violence in cases which Is still far in excess of the load In the public defender's of
his assignment to Union County office serves Bradford, Union, Union
denied a motion by the Public Baker Counties. He stated he has had "The increase in felony prosecutions those institutions, but we have urged, Governor's The public standards.defender's office stretches fice.Because of the increase in felony
Defender's office to allow that officeto to assign an attorney from in Bradford and Union Countiescan careful scrutiny by"the State Attorney over six counties contained in case loads in both Union and Bradford
I Gainesville to assist in Baker County. be substantially attributed to before such cases Parlapiano says.
calendars have
withdraw from representing prison trial
Counties felony
the circuit .from Cedar to Mac-:
"The net results of this shift
Stinson is the assistant state attorney changes in policy by the Department In policy,
inmates in Union County for( a 90-day John clenny and from High Springs to been set up on a monthly basis In both
period because of an extensive: increase in Bradford County. of Corrections and by State Attorneyfor coupled with the upward spiral of Melrose, a huge geographic expanse.: counties. This Is the first time in recent -
in prison cases in the county.A State statutes provide that expenses :- Eighth Judicial Circuit as It violence In those institutions is a stag- Parlapiano pointed out within those' years a monthly felony, trial
for inmates cases be reimbursed relates to the handling of cases arising gering caseload in those two counties
similar motion was granted by> schedule has been set up
counties Is contained the greatest
Bradford and in Florida State Prison and Union which is beyond the capacity of ex-
the state to
R.A. ( )
Circuit Court Judge Buzzy staff to handle concentration of state institutional County: It formerly was on an every-
Green Jr. in Bradford County last Union Counties. Correctional Institution, Parlapianosaid. isting competently. basis.
of other-month
"The filing of informations in Brad- services to be found in the State
month to allow the Public Defender's Parlapiano furnished this paper; Florida. Even Parlapiano The schedule calls for the same
office to withdraw for 90 days becauseof with a copy of a letter he handcarriedto "The necessarily increasing ford County is running almost two to stated, Baker Correctional now Institutionat week each month through June In
of those institutions directed one ahead of last and in Union
Tallahassee in which he requests diligence year
in inmate .
similar increase cases. counties.In
a Olustee is to produce a both
Assistant Public Defender Richard $38,750 In additional funds to handle toward reducing the violence in the County 44 felony Informations were load. January the week of the 19-23,
had ISO) the increased caseload in this area. prisons has resulted in a substantial filed in September 1980 as comparedto case
Fultz told the Union court he has been set for trials.
In addition there is recent
a surgein
number of 11 a .The need is real and
the year ago.
cases. He cited the national averagefor The money request is for another increase in weapons criminal offenses that represents a February trial week will be the
and filed inmates immediate, he added.
and cases against
secretary, battery
was 100 cases 18-20.
attorneys per ," Parlapiano says.UMany Parlapiano pointed out in his letter 28 percent increase in juvenile cases week of the
receptionist.The week
torney. trial term falls the
in that he had filed motions In both compared to a similar period a year March the
The office of Assistant State At- letter was addressed to John T. cases not formerly prosecuted circuit coun- 1620.April .
Herndon, Director of Planning and court, but rather were dealt with ties to be relieved of prison cases until ago. of the
Harris Tobin told this will be 2024.
torney paper it
In filing the motions in both Brad
Budget Office of the Governor. administratively, are now routinelyfiled he could get additional help. for his be held in
that his office has MO felony cases staff. ford and Union Counties, Stinson and May Criminal trials will
pending at the present time. Parlapiano cited the fact that there as felony prosecutions. Fultz argued that a ruling by the Union County the week of 1822. Brad-

Florida Supreme Court last May in ford County only has scheduled civil
Escambia County Vs. Behr in which trials the week of 11-15.
Manhunt Still on for U CI Inmate the court in its opinion, held the cir June the trial terms in both counties
cuit court may grant a public coma the week of the 1519.
defender's motion to withdraw and

Who Kidnapped 2 Shands DoctorsA I I

nationwide manhunt is on for a Officers then conducted an all-out
Union Correctional: Institution inmate manhunt but Eddings escaped recap-

who escaped while being treated at a ture. .... ..
Gainesvile hospital Monday, Dec. 22. Eddings the next day according to '
and was still at large as this paper reports, stole a car in Fort White, '
went to press. drove it to Gainesville and abandonedit. r:

John warren Eddings serving a I I
term, has eluded lawenforcement Eddings, Tuesday Dec. 23, abducted '
officers in Georgia, another doctor at the fV
Alabama and Florida since his Gainesville Mall. He took Dr. Lisa i.nt:

escape. He has abducted two doctors Ortenzi a resident in obstetrics and ...
from Shands Teaching Hospital and gynecology, and the pair left
released them unharmed. Gainesville in the physician's car.
Records show Eddings was brought Tallahassee Police reported that
Shands by Correctional Officer C.J. Eddings freed Dr. Ortenzi and left a 4
Murphy for a routine checkup of an motel by himself at 1 p.m. Wednes- II.
arm injury and asked Murphy to use day, Dec. 24.Records .
the men's room. When he emerged he show that Dr. Ortenzi con- j !'' i
was carrying a makeshift knife. The vinced Eddings to turn over to her the l, 4''
record indicates that when the con- .38 caliber gun the convict took from i
vict emerged from the men's room, officer Murphy at the time of his ,
he put the knife to Dr. John W. original escape.No 4'r Offering

Freeman's throat. other word was reported until NoW
The next step, according to Depart- Oxford, Alabama Police stopped a r V'.C
ment of Corrections records, show S'
car with a driver fitting the description :
Eddings next demanded Murphy of Eddings.who then wrecked the CURB
hand over his revolver and the keys to car at 11:47: p.m. Saturday Dec. 27, I
the prison van and the uniform jacketof and has again eluded police. .
the officer which Eddings put on. The car turned out to be stolen in ,..0'
The convict took $20 from the officer. Florida, according to Oxford: Police .. .. ._.
Eddings then put the gun on Dr. Department.
Freeman and the two men walked :3cDaLLL
down a first floor corridor to the exit, Eddings, at the time of his escape, The Good News Clown, pictured. 01 M. Petersburg will be performing at the
then dashed into the parking lot, was serving two 15-year sentences for First United Methodist Church of Starke January 16 at 8:00 p.m.
jumped in the van and sped away. robbery in Alachua and Dade Coun-
They then drove to Chiefland, back ties, as well as a 90-year sentence for
to Gainesville, where reports indicate kidnapping, armed robbery, and aggravated Good News Clowns
they stopped to drink beer and shoot a assault from Lee County. Coming To First
couple of games of pool. Vernon Bradford, DOC spokesman
Later that day they drove into Col- told this paper Tuesday, Dec. 30, that Un.
umbia County where Dr. Freemanwas no decision had been reached by of. Good News Clowns from Pasadena Presbyterian Church of St. Petersburg
released alongside rural road 47, ficials whether any disciplinary action will present the 3rd of 5 series offered by the First United Methodist Church
about 30>> miles northwest of would be taken against CO Mur- through their Faith in the Arts Series Friday, January IS, at 8 p.m. 1212 n. Tenpl Avow. Starke Florida 904-6547
Gainesville and deep in the woods. ohy.FnergyAssistance There will also be a workshop on Saturday morning January 17 from 10-11:30
a.m. at the church.
The Good News Clowns are composed of high school youth who are in the
Available For ministry of Christ Clowning which is an added avenue of witnessing and sharingof
I faith done through pantomimes and skits.
The clowns perform for many community organizations around the St.
Low-Income FamiliesLowincome Petersburg area and also throughout South Florida.Clown Ministry is a ministryto
spread joy, truth and spiritual value.

Florida residents can the low-income energy assistance
begin applying now in Bradford and program must do so by Jan. 30, 1981. ,
Union Counties for grants from the Applications are available at all local
Low Income Energy Assistance Program HRS offices.
Department of Health and All applications must be receivedby
Rehabilitative Services Officials say. HRS or be postmarked on or before !

The program, authorized by the midnight, Jan. 30.
will be notified by mail
federal Home Energy Assistance Act whether
of 1980, is designed to help low-income they are eligible to receive
families and individuals offset the rising assistance. HRS officials said that all
cost of heating their homes this notices should go out by March 15, THOMAS
winter. In addition. to individua'! 1 1981.The a
amounts of the energy ,
households, payments will be made tc
assistance checks will be determinedafter
of certain -
(operators housing projectson
behalf of their tenants. the application period is over
eligible Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage
and all have been
Assistance will be limited to a applications pro-
ONETIME cash payment to eligible cessed. We plan to make the" Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows
households The program does NOT payments are promptly as possible,
pay monthly heating cost. said Mr. George R. Benner. Social

HRS which is administering the and Economic Services program Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save
program, estimates that more than supervisor for HRS District 03. "It
500,000 low income households( will not matter when people apply I
throughout the state may be eligiblefor during the application period becauseall FREE DELIVERY
aid. A total of $19.7 million in payments will be made at the Lake Butler, Fla. 496-2013
heating assistance grants will be same time.
distributed in Florida.In 5
order to qualify for assistance
households will have to meet income II F 'I

standards based on family size and
total cash income of all household
members. Income limits will begin at

$316 per month for an individual and Celebration 'Congratulations Correctional Officers

Increase Payments for larger for heating households.costs will of

vary among eligible households based
on difference in total household Income '
type of fuel used for heating 4th, Annual lallco
the geographic area of the state in e y
which the borne is located and the ;:)
amount of heating costs each appli-- : Friday Jan. 30
cant People is responsible interested for in paying.applying for Join Us A FSC M E o-:$' Starke, Armory

Brooker Lodge to

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pinLive -
Celebrate lOOtliAnniversary

1 9 1 Ga'|! Each & Every for flu (There Exceptions will be) laml

Pine Hill Lodge 4f9 F. & A.M. of
Brooker, Florida is celebrating its m coi &. con FREE Good 'Times -
100th anniversary Saturday Jan. 24. .
The lodge Is sponsoring a parade Effective in 1 1981 Drinks ft Music
that will commence at 3 p.m. at the ,
Brooker Elementary School. ,

Butch Most Grand Worshipful Master of Lynn Florida Pearce, will Plus 80.00 Monthly Additional in ::1'982' & Lots 'More (Appx. '$3775 Package Deal)

be Grand Parade Marshal. '. It' '1 S MMMMMMMH ,
Several area Shrine Club units, the
York Rite Body of and I
several local community will ,
parade.Worshipful. 0 APB
Master E.W. Hodges of HoJ '
This is
Pine Hill Lodge 19 extends a personal e an A'FSCM"
Invitation to the public to come and '

enjoy Any the local parade.organization that would ,. (All Points Bulletin) ; : .

like to participate In this parade can .
cull,14-3909 wt Street,; SCarke ;Florida 32091. for Doug Spears,
Iteudlinc lo enter is Wednesday,.Jan.


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