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 15, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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"We are having don't think it can be done over have come In and are in Mosie)!'*
problem," ; it'll take some lime" Hodges hands.
Crouse said The Fire College has manuals and
County will establish fire districts in rural
is with the Fire
county working
regular A of the Fire
monthly areas.
at Ocala and with the North
will be Invited theFebruary
Chief Crouse Regional Planning Council on College to
7 sioners to to it fire protection plans. 2 commission meeting at
I, see up the of Director
ty volunteer chief Mosley Is heading up a L.M. Gaines Zoning
the county, to have to come up with a fire
to each chief to The board doesn't want to pay The county commission hopes to be
mation. That thousand dollars to NFRPC able to establish a county fire lax
rumors that a plan if a way can be found district with tax levying authority,
that. but the millage levied won't be
It was his counted part of the 10 mills the county .
:; ? said, that the : publications from the state is allowed by law to levy.
did not want the
meet,although "I
M could forbid it."
Commissioner Wants Ordinance

said something ,
been misconstrued
\ had not told the
Carter said he did Control Second-Hand
that there would
from the county

fire"I protection think we plan of Precious Metals

together and go
missioner Carter Dolph Reddish wants a new Difficulty in obtaining leads to recent
"It was just a passed to help control the burglaries was "enhanced by the
then. I'm glad to and sale of second-hand fact that no one but several groups of
said Crouse. coins, gold, and silver individuals were involved and
II I The county really would like to see this or several of the defendants were from
I "mandate" to similar adopted within the outside the Bradford County area,"
y fire protection future," the sheriff said as the sheriff says.
I I r L fire protection, a proposed ordinance to Reddish says he doesn't know how
: ;[ firemen, passed. commission Monday mor- many dealers now are doing business
v residents in Jan. 5. The proposed new law is here because they are not registered.
the county if they almost verbatim from Alachua Dealers would have to register their
.-. -dW w.. one-mill increase law, Reddish said. name, home and business addresses
taxes to support commission, showing no objec- name of the business and change of
Trying to Get Ahead... to the sheriff's request, turned business location.
The county ordinance over to Coun- Records of Items bought with a
Maurice Carter,Jr.: :survey* his itrawteri-y patch MonThe 'method. is used in couth Florida 'wherf stalling, however, )' Dudley Hardy" for review description of each Kent would be re. ..
,day morlllll'ilftergu1l'5bl"g' cold:waather-bad ioed ever ,Uinper mre .gel no lower1 than :M.! Hew the process will '. lion plan,I can be any change, necessary.Ifardyr, ,I''OrdJl1 Ti'ei.2.ti': : )
/bus In 'lae.9 work In Monday night's l-degre cold la yet to be teen., don't feel that glance at the proposal sug-
Idea of tillt sprinkling I. that the temperature beneath $123,000, about the sheriff might want authori-
the Ice Is no lower than 32. while the top of the Ice Is as cold Strawberry plants would survive the cold anyway" but in unincorporated go on the premises of a dealer
the weather gels. Idea Is to preserve bloom and young any bloom and young fruit 'Would be lost. That would not trucks will im examine his inventory. Reddish ;:be-Qnwnrier; !: .
fruit for an early. harvest. be a calamity at this time of year for' the berry crop.< Major problem that seemed a valid point.' '

getting to afire in proposed ordinance, basically, .; _)
building, because require dealers In second hand It : .
Frigid blast was from Siberia. I volved the fact coins gold, silver and other h .t ... nt"\-...
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fireman on duty metals to register / '.
fire house and then Department. A second im ,1 .:J '"'. .f'
because of slow and provision would require a II
The coldest morning in 19 years was recorded here ries, covering them with ice in a process that is supposedto ment. to hold merchandise purchas- : .
Tuesday when a low reading of 10 degrees was reported prevent freeze damage to bloom and fruit. As water For those 15 days before altering its form -' ) .
from 6:30: to 8 a.m.'at the WPXE weather station. The freezes it gives off heat but the misting process must firemen have it.
previous record was set on Dec. 30, 1001 with a low of It start when the temperature reaches 33 and continue untilit "chimney savers." ( Reddish is concerned about
degrees. rises again to 33. -The county of robberies in the local .1"A
Unofficial: readings as low as B degrees were reported In Some other growers expressed doubt about the cost in their praise of in which jewelry and coins are ./
the Lawtey area while Camp Blanding, with a higher value of using this process unless the crop to be saved was by the and about the number of !
elevation than Bradford County recorded a comparatively heavier than the scattered bloom and fruit now on the firemen. who have opened businesses.
ly 16. bushes. The strawberry plants themselves are hardy and New-elected so."I county has experienced a
,The record-breaking cold wave that brought freezing are not damaged by cold. Lawrence Mosley, increase in thetheft of THURSDAY, JANUARY' "
temperatures as far south as Miami and may have The city utilities department reported no problems dur- been pushing for metals, such as jewelry and 8RADFORDCOUNTYCOMMISSIO. .
destroyed up to 20 percent of Central Florida's orange ing the record cold except a flurry of calls Tuesday morn- toward the ," Sheriff Reddish said .. Meeting ?
crop was attributed to a change In weather patterns that ing to cut off water due to frozen and broken pipes. firemen in the has been a marked increase 1i0p.m.pRIDAYJANUARY. '

brought a frigid blast of air out of Siberia, across Canada, Wednesday morning's lows while still below freezing sioners Carter number of businesses that have ij
and to the seaboard receive items. I am
eastern such
on agreed at the Jan up to :
had eased off to 24.degrees in Starke and 30 at Camp Blan-
County Agent Bobby Taylor said Wednesday it was too ding. commitment is believe there is a correlation JERRY CLOWER SNOW
early to fully assess damage to winter greens which were No rain was recorded at the county's three fire towers action as soon as the two." BHS Stadium ':00 p.m..
wilted the cold but should back with favorable after Alachua County BHS
by come a of an Sponsored by
during the week, with only one-tenth an inch
break in the weather. The December cold had held back past "Bill, what this reviewed by Assistant Stale Band Boosters
recorded so far in January. December was also a dry
strawberry production of bloom and fruit so that losses In think you do. is the Tom Elwell. the proposal Tickets now on sale
month with only one-half inch average In the county.
tion for the least
that area were minimal. result in a halt to business ac atTGAYSS.OOSTARKE
Two growers, Morris Carter and L.M. Norman, Jr. experimented "< The forecast for Friday through Sunday was for con- Commissioner E. to any dealer who failed to . .
by using irrigation systems to mist their ber- lined fair and cold. Crouse. CITY COUNCIL

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Reno HUD Bid Opening

Marshal to. Get New Office, Hampton,- City BRADFORD MONDAY, JANUARY SCHOOL ,

A proposal to remodel abuilding'behind Council approved setting up a Corner in Hampton. The bids are that money was meeting and had already, Board. .7:00. p.m..

the present Hampton city hall telephone with an answering service slated to be opened and awarded at a months ago. New stated Jersey.Clarke fed HAMPTON CITY
and make it into a police station was for the police department. LoU" sug- special meeting of council Monday was up COUNCIL MEETING
Jan. that the marshal and his staff Jan. 19, at 7:30 p.m. Lott explained recent publicity regarding '
adopted<< Tuesday night, 13. by gestion 7:30p.rn.TUESDAY:
residents in that has been. in the papers
the city council. monitor the phone at least once an Lott estimated the project should
Lott recommended the police hour when they are not in the police take about three days to completeonce to mother know, live by was months.hired with CETA funds JANUARY 20 ,
it is started.ViceChairman. they can
department be given a separate place office. is being STARKE CITY
and immediate qualified replacement /
operate from rather than the small Council agreed to accept bids for Lola Williamson get by Marshal Phillips and the COUNCILMEETINO h
cramped office at city hall which the remodeling of the building with pointed out that council had budgeted Marshal Fred State Service 4:00 P.M. ,i
previously< had been shared by the the bids to be given to Mayor LoU at $300 for work on the City Hall which that hisdeputy in Starke.Employment . ,
marshal and city clerk his place of business Lett's Country has never been done. ,She reported Clarke, had resigned was not aware when he came BUARCMEETING ;

meeting that Clarke had quit. 7UP.M. '

I Tommy McLendon Found Dead in Woods near. Sampson : a work prepared schedule to recommend for the two of-tit Sunshine Acre ?1 ,I

: which he has had to shelve until WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
.. officer is hired to back up the BRADFORD COUNTV ..j'j';
The body of '34-year.eld Tommy ed with Tallahassee Police that his who owns a company called Tom pany's account. HOSPITAL BOARD Land ";
M Lendon. son of Mr. and Mrs. R.P. son's Tallahassee business partner Wayne McLendon Collection told business listed the following: police Trustee Meeting ,
McLendon of Starke was found shortly skipped town with$17,000 to $19,000 of investigators that Lynn was his don to believe! he for the month of December 5:00 P.M. i
after 3 p.m.Wednesday, Jan. ly in their company's money. business partner manager and |the money earned includes: 1 missing person; 2
a wooded area off Sampson Lake trestle The article identified the partner as agent. Lynn contacted Tommy sales into the 2 emergencies: 3 disturbances: ; SATURDAY,JANUARY 94BRADFORDCOUNTV .'l
jroad west of Starke. Ray Baker Lynn.37, who once worked McLendon Tuesday.Dec.23: to say he Tallahassee Police. E: 4 assist other law enforce- i,
for a men's clothing store in was leaving town. agencies; and 1 assist Sunland CHAMBER OF COMMERCE i
the McLendon hours had of been missing since .Tallahassee ai a salesman. McLendon was notified by his certified Lynn has not been Center with a runaway. ANNUAL BANQUET "l.:. ::II 1
Monday morning,
early Tallahassee Police report indicated: public accountant hat $150 money was ,
Stark'' Golf and Country Club w;
Jan. 12. Death resulted from carbon t,1
monoxide poisoning according to the young McLendon a photographer could be accounted for in the com Tallahassee Police Social Hour-4:30p.m. I

Bradford County sheriff office. Fur Dinner > 7i30 p.m. ,

ther press details Ilme.McLendon's. were not available at Legislators To Be Hear Jan. 28 for Public ( ... 'I'

r father told the The annual public hearing on mat Every personal the meeting will be D-Gainesvllle.. Two Sections. JL. .z f.";>
rt.rap" that his
Bon ters to be addressed to address Sen. Skin Williams D-Crysta| At 'e"S j'
left his parents" home on East Call legislator to area state given a chance .. ... .-.' .... P'ge. 1A-3A ";: '' ,'
Street where had U set Wednesday,.Jan. 28. ner, Sen. 'G org. -Kirkpatrick.New topic, 783.393IHOMIt ':?
'Tommy been, at 1 la the ., .. .... .,Page 4A (?04> .
p.m. County Commission -
visiting for several days, between Lunch Monu..2A LOTS ACMA4MAUTHOtlZIO
midnight and a.m. Tommy left his meeting room In the Bradford County'Courthouse New Communitj Education C.lusae ,..;. ....,.Pages 5A-4A DIAL .
the office of
to ,
according ,
own car at the McLendon home and State Sen. Pete Skinner, D-Lake City. classes will be offered Aerobic Dancing., .. .. pa.. 7A&11A ,:; ."
took Impala his. father's car,a J967' Chevrolet. Purpose of these hearings held in 'Jan. 19 by She Bradford beginning County Macrame and *. .', .. .. ,Page .,,a 10A 'K1idenutM. --:.. -

?:!the eider McLendon released every county I II to give the public and. Schools' Community Education Program ty, Cake Decorating ft ReAl l Bit. ._.Pag. iiA Lo6HOmei '
aneWaper Br
local: government officials an to ,David ranging.
oppor- according Smith
article that appeared In . .,. .
tunity to prevent their concerns and coordinator of the For further t .. PAte SB
the TallahaiMa Democrat Saturday Interersts with regard to the upcoming New classes to be program.offered First the Bradford-Union Briefs .. .... Page ai Hwy 301 I N. f.O. a..*I.lawly t,
Dec=, :Z7%In which a complaint was fi1S legislative ...100. Ald/CPR Beginning and ,Advanced are! Center, phone & .. *...*. .*. ,Pge ,8 7B !. 370M

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Chamber '., -.1.1V .1u Agreement- Worked Out To Haul LE Garbage '!:'.

I An $8 per week contract with had been picked up on Friday. What week the school had. offered the custo- ed walkie-talkie the council for the for Police purchasing a
Lawtey garbage collector Bud Barber the school needed was a middle of the dian. Department -
Banquet and Lawtey Elementary has been week pickup, Hall told the school Cost for the remaining 20 weeks of The thief/ demonstrated how
V board. school will be $160, Principal Hall the walkie-talkie operates by using it
worked out for Wednesday pickup at
a however, final to call the Bradford County Jail and
Hall took the problem to the school says. Hall Indicated
the school, according to Principal
Charles Hall.Garbage board last month and came away approval of the deal! rests with the the Florida Highway Patrol offices in

On at LE bad been being with the suggestion that he contactthe school board which Is to meet Mon Starke.
Tap burned, but the Environmental; Protection City of Lawtey. The city council, day,Jan. 19,at 7 the school administration Jordan pointed out the walkietalkiegives
Agency threatened the Bradford however, turned thumbs down on the building in Starke. the} department communications
School Board with a' fine if' the city collecting the school's garbagefor Commissioner Robert Scott, at the for the motorcycle which has
A speaker from the Governor's burning continued, citing the school free. Jan. S meeting of the Lawtey city been in operation In the Lawtey area

Economic Advisory Council, installation for polluting the air. Then school flail told the Telegtaph (hat City council said he was for anything for for several months..
of officers, and three awards will custodian was hauling the garbage Clerk Lucille Shuford phoned him the sake of the community but was opposed The council gave Jordan permission

be the happenings at the annual } daily in his pickup: truck, but the Tuesday Jan.8, to report that the city to the city paying someone to to purchase four new tires for the
Starke-Bradford Chamber of s se away The city patrol car and set a cap of$200 for
County problem with that was the custodianwas council had turned down the school's pickup' the school's garbage.
Commerce banquet set Saturday, f ,t tmt not covered by school insurance request, but recommended that the council unanimously agreed. the expenditure.
Jan. 24, at the Starke Golf and. Coun- when hauling garbage in his personal school contract with Barber. "I'd let them contract with the city
try Club. vehicle.A Hall announced Monday, Jan. 12,he man," Commissioner H.E. (Shorty) 7 Fire CallsIn

Cocktail hour begins at 6:30 p.m. A Monday pickup was not doing the has worked out a deal with Barber to Priest suggested. DecemberSeven
steak dinner will be served at 1:30: school much good, since the school is pick up garbage on Wednesday for$8 The City of Lawtey furnishes free
p.m. Tickets are 38.50 and are on sale; closed on the weekends and, garbagePat per week, cheaper than the $10 per garbage pickup for city residents fire calls were answered by
at the Chamber office In downtown ,each Monday and Friday: the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Depart.
ment in December Fire Chief Bill
Starke. Phone the Chamber. 64-5278,
for reservations. Pat Farnsworth To Address B-U :Realtors Council Thanked Crouse reported.

Three awards will be presented- Benton Futch For WalkieTalkieChief Three calls were in the city and the

humanitarianism, citizenship, and to Farnsworth, certified public The meeting is set at 7:30. p.m in 'department assisted the county
an outstanding youth. A committee of Col C President-Elect accountant of the firm of Monk the Garden Restaurant. of Police M.M. Jordan thank volunteers on four calls Crouse said.

Elzie Sanders and Zoning Davis & Inc. will address
Judge County Farnsworth
Featured speaker will be Jill Nickel Lillian Pearson, president - _.- - -.-.------ -
Director L.M. Gaines has been tonight's (Thursday, Jan. 15), urgesall -
considering nominees for the awards. of the. State Department of Com- meeting of the Bradford-Union Coun- realtors and realtor associates to

New officers will be installed at the merce, who will address the state's ty Board of Realtors.Ordinance. be present.early Pine Valley

banquet. Benton Futch of DeWitt C. predictions economic conditions for .
Jones Funeral Home will be Installedas northeast Florida for 199U Congregational Holiness Church '

president, succeeding Kay Nor. Steve members Denmark of the and committee Hazel Hardyare ............,.................................. ,
man of the Community State Bank. plann- .
Six newly elected members of the ing the banquet. (From Page IA) as the commission's Feb. '2. *Special Singing
Chamber's Board of Governors to Present at the Board of Governors meeting. .
serve three years will be installed. meeting Thursday Jan. 8. were Bill quired under the proposed ordinance. Reddish residents prayer for Sick 1pt(' .
Dealers would be required to record'the warns to keep
They are Bill Alderman of Bradford Wilson, executive vice-president of ...
and address of from' non-replacable items In secure \
the President Norman name persons (
Chamber Ray
Title and Abstract Co., Harold C. 19tr -
of ..1ork.and attorney J.J. Wolbert :Zoning whom they buy get a signature places. Serial numbers should be
(Pat) Farnsworth Davis, : .
items that 9\
driver license number, on have them anda
passport-J; 3'd
Farnsworth, Inc. Sam Director L.M. Gaines, Jimmy Peek, :\\
number, or other Identifying information -, complete description of the article ) d a
Adukiewicz of Florida Power t Light Steve Denmark Sam Adukiewicz, '
: least being written down, .the sheriff etel \
from at two sources one says.< '
Dallas Hazel and Sam
Doyle Thomas of Thomas Auto Parts Mayo Hardy
Dallas Mayo of McDonald's and Latimer, executive director of the a picture identification. ,
Dealers would be required to record
Evelyn Womack of Stump's Depart Bradford-Union Association of BRADFORD
of items e\\S
ment Store. Retarded Citizens at Sunshine Acres. general descriptions COUNTY TELEGRAPH David Hodges
pruchased, puchase dates and prices Publi.h.d.r.rv Thundoy at\' Pastor
paid. Records could be inspected on .t 1ft W:Call SI.... \1
request by law enforcement officers Stark, Florida 32091 \tt'\
and would have to be kept for three

Problems Still : ears. Second Clan poitog paid at '
The proposed ordinance would require Stark, 1.3oN': Everyone Welcome!
dealers to submit a record of

each pruchase within 24 hours.If Old Fashion Day

during the 15-day holding period In treacle araai .;.00 pr yaar
: Jan_ 25 with Dinner on the Ground
Brooker Water Systemby deputies find any purchased item is SS.OO six! month.
the subject of a criminal investigation -

they could require the dealer,tohold Outatda' trad$1 LOG p.r
Don Sapp Raulerson, who will be installed'in it for up to five more days. $5.60.1!*month. located off US JOIN down dirt road beside Bradford Furniture Co.
February. The ordinance would be adoPted's
BCT Staff WriterProblems

almost completed are still Brooker plaguing water the Bd. Agrees to Buy

system to such an extent that Councilman Fire Hose Washer
J.C. Harrell announced at the
Volunteer Fire Chief George Pierce
meeting Tuesday night
Jan.13."I requested the council to purchase afire
hose washer for $408. The device
don't care..I still that t
say "Cleans a section of hose in about 15
Brooker skinning with this
got a good
seconds instead of 15 minutes .by
water system said the long-time hand. It has no( moving and
official parts
Brooker rersident and city ,
once you get it, you keep it for years,"
who was on the council when the first
said Pierce.
water system was installed. The request was unanimously ap- !
The record cold Monday night frozea
proved by the council following the
the causing it to '
pipe on pump comment Steve that if it
by Nipper
break which left the. town without
would save a couple of hoses, then it
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water for several l hours. .. ..
would have paid for itself. Pierce had,)
Maintenance workers weresliU work-
told the' council that 21 -inch hose
( was
ing to repair the damage Tuesday ir
evening when the council met. now going for $3 per foot. : JANUARY CLOSE-OUT SALE

The required warning lights for the Marshal WondersIf

water tower have continually been :;;. 's ,. ,
: Jerome Radar Accurate? ::: .t"10'W"", I' .. ; /. ,. ,.;.."( ". :r
'burning out. Engineer Kelley .. I." \ '"P": a. : .:" ". ,, I
.'told! the council that he would have the: Incoming Marshal Tommy Rauler- .".., "::.,.".. .:.,>.;,'I..' I ,. .:,... ". Only
[contractor send out an electrician to J r 1 of'OutPriced a Kind .) .
son requested that the council deter- :1.ji.: : : fJ Dixie Bedroom SuitePole
check the electrical system' as soon as mine if the Police Department'sradar _## ?:. : ; !! : .
possible. ..' ({' LAMP. \, I Yellow Bombo 5 Draper
had been calibrated within the :r ,! HWlldi' Chest
Telling the council there were -' ; j,. "I'" :\!>.''''' : Re9' *10l9
last six months. Raulerson indicatedthat HeodooQrd.
I 9 'Drawer Dresser
several hydrants too close to the "j"CI I'f.' fromGood B1 Cone
in order for the unit's results to .
C.J. Stalnaker asked : Ii.' .. and '
ground with Mirror ride Table
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stand up, that it had to be factory r.j. ; :: t
engineer Kelley what could be done calibrated six months. Mayor J \ .:- : :.i :.

about getting them to the proper Blake Hamilton every was appointed to I .... ", ., .- ., -\, .', ,. .
height. Kelley told them that exten- determine the status of the unit as : ''it. ,. i ,\f" .:,P4nfY./I.rM'it..t: ; :
could be for not too much 1cc:: 'J- : { :. .
on it
signs money. put soon as possible. : _' Selection of "i I'ureomf..Su'Jf' fJ': ; '. :;H.";:4.1. ;..... .

"We cut corners every way that we Clerk .. -r ." .. : ,
Robinson -- ;f "Iub Chairs .r.l' /, '. .
the ;IKOII fI o "o\i'f.: uru41:: : : ; ,.<. v Ja.
could in this project to get it off ';"4 ._ :. ; :: '." ': .'! t '.. .,"'' I'( (
Gets Off 6"'Dr'r "
ground, said city Jesse Saturday Jriesat : :, ;',l' 1
attorney ,
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Wolbert about the : Hi'd c ",
why specificationswere !
Saying it is causing her problems at whtr'Mirtor': <,,. '11< ; '. .{ .d
changed so many times. .' 11i; ).' ; .,.a. .. :},. :\
home work JfIi
having to every Saturday, 20% off -' ..
"If we had had enough money for Clerk Linda Robinson requested the t. 1 '!Ii.. ...,.;."....,. ..1'\', ,, :. ,.;

an inspector, then we could have council to either let her the town .. .
keep .
caught it to begin with. But then we ..J< ,.')o., -".Qf 'I, ) : ,1'-;" .f''I/C.jj/ ( I .
would not have had enough money for hall,open or to only hire once someone a month to on fill-in Saturday for- )c::::, ;}i." PI1' P ly.Qld'R. ( sI t, r n Tweed. )
the said ;
hydrants Kelley. Aineriin Odd Dresser
her '
Kelley was asked to secure pricesfor on Saturdays. '. .. .r \ 'a ,.. ,..... } ,
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adding extensions with the council '. ";""'<'h! ,.".".'. 'f.. ;
need to take care of her. We need to : SDFI",. ;' ',., Discounted toCLOSEOUT
postponing its decision until the next change the days, open the town hall l' :,, ;. 01". .;:',} .: ''''.
meeting. ; of, .. '. j.i. .
month fora
only one Saturday a or pay
substitute", said Blake Hamilton.The 'Reg: $54993 ': ;.. ;' ...*Lrs: <, !;:
Election ExpenseTo motion to( seek a substitute for M .
the clerk on Saturdays was passed by .

Be only Spared"With one person qualifying the Other entire business council.saw the approval of 2L h... Early American 'LBOY f ". "':'O HAlijs l ; ;p 4

for- the open positions, the City of a request to( repair the heater in the .
Brooker will be spared the expense of city truck passed and the approval of :ScfaJ 'Love Seat and Chair I -
an election. All the clerk has to do is ,
partial payment number 6 for a total j..r ,;
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day/'said Wolbert. Chemical Contractors Inc. approved. '' < <' ; :::1l J;. m.i 1.99 : .:-::i
Going back into office unopposedwere Attending the Tuesday night -t: Reg. 1 >322 SALE 9S5 .... '1' '. !N ', ,. '\.#' -';:.
Clerk Linda Robinson, Mayor meeting were Councilmen C.J. ...". p'o: :. .. ". ." ; 'j.'." '. ."... : .; ". ., !.. '

Blake Hamilton Councilmen J.C. Stiil.iakcr, Steve Nipper, J.C. Harrell .. :::
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'Harrell, Steve Nipper, and C.J. and Joe Tollescn, Mayor (Blake I \,.... \ '\ I .of tI'Klndi'0" $: .' .'. ">? t. .. ;. .
'Stalnaker. The only individual ''o Hamilton Clerk Linda Robinson, and 't....' ..J" 5 PieceDINETTE .
qualify for town marshal was Tommy Jesse Wolbert. ; Sevkeral :
City Attorney I
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I School Lmich Menus I ISouthslde. Ij':.1(t' ."<,.!'"' ""I"r," c '; '..'"' ..' ."."r' Swivel Chairs Cane Back Chairs.. :

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DlSeo"nt d'lltO.
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Deans, cornbread __ ,\ .. ,. ,w Vinyl. or Velvet Chairs I :.
Starke, I.a\\'tt'y. gravy green I I ....., .. p'. .. '.JI "

Hampton. IJrookcr lonI1' and mixed milkTiu'sdiiy fruit, peanut butler rookie: .':'"" .. .f.. !,; .trj;"';,. '. '. "" ..' : '.' .. :;.
and firadford :Middle Jan. Macaroni & cheese I cI S Piece I ( ',',.t.i'j.. : ".. ,'- I".i, ', '1 '4
tary :20! : : Samsonltec 'f'M..1I 1" ';; ': .
Schools: spiced ham mixed vegetables : <', :,..:tr .. e. 'TC. : i'y/t/l.; > '' ;:

half, butterscotch ,-.r <.\ :. i
.1 These. menus were written pear squares Bridge. Sets I. : .
'by !Mindy McLean's Ui! hot rolls and milk.WcdnfMlayj ; 0igaritt' \ ;Tables: r, < :
Grade.. Jan. 21 1 r Stew beef on ,Folding I, Table and 4 Folding Chairs : ':l :\ '' ; :::!)( .
rice, lima beans biscuits .
green r :1. :
sv/hutter, peach pie and milk. Reg. 3 12 I70 SAIE *88" : j j1 $ .. j" : ; -
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Jan. Fried chicken :
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bun, ;.lettuce/tomato/pkklo, later s: ,:: 'r .)"" ""' .' J' ".. ..iiil."tVft't..i .
mashed! potatoes w/gravy, I .. =:
French tries. rinnmnoii ..
lots or
banana :
cake ,
English nut ,
twirl bread and milk.TlifMduy. heat rolls peas and milk. i \\.i!\ .,;" .'d,. '" ;Only Doublet B' d I'; 54" natural Finish [

Jan. 211: Chicken & rice, Jo'l' dol\'. Jan. :t1: : TK.U'HKItS: : l'I..1N- : .
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beans hot .. ; : {
green rollp'w/prtinut M.MS i U.\. : Chest ::
; butter cup strawberry. jello : soxrJ2. : : ; : ;':;-

W/bananas and milk. -A-CARTK .Mattrosscag ,
;\Vr. ltinMtay. Jan. :21 Tacos green
peas, tossed salad, strawberry Monday Jan l 19: Cheeseburgers pizza : *
shortcake and milk. onion rings, French. fries, ieg 53 990 'i'II: '.Tr'' SALI 15B'SDENMARK =-
Ttmrtiday, Jan.22r: Fish,cheese grits, milkshakes J .' .... ..... Sp'na :::::::
turnip greens, peaches, chocolatepudding Tuesday. Jan. 20r Hamburgers piz. \ .J r ..'_ :fi.7*h ". 1 BeGtAlfl.r J1 ==

.. w/whipped topping, cornbread za, French fries, milkshakes. a::
t "' and milk. Wednesday, Jan 21 : Corndogs( '
KrWay Jan. 23s,t\Cmm. PLANK: : cheeseburgers. French fried ; FURNITURE t#

'IN(. I\V" ."' milkshake mushrooms. onion ring, ;

Bradford .High'School -' 1 Thursday.. Jan. 22: : Hamburgers, Plaza ;.i' r' 434'" Vtf, Call' St. Starke. t Fla.

J '. ..,. French fries' milkshakes, and
onion ,
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Monday, Jan. it: .Meat loaf, rice & NIN(J .M\ '
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.Final makeup of the Charter Revision During the last 20 years a numberof The last time Edwards had opposition ,
Commission for Starke was an- attempts have been made to for the office of city clerk was in !
nounced by MayorCommissionerCharles change the form of government in the 1973! when the people of Starke; votedto
J. Schaefer at the meeting of City of SUrkc to an appointive clerk continue the election of a city clerk
the council.Tuesday, Jan: 6. and police chief and to ha ve a hired city by defeating a proposition to changeto
manager.The city manager 99">'>-477. _
Commissioner Bobby Milner, Jr. Edwards defeated Charles Hardy
has been appointed chairman of the only successful change has by a similar margin. He has since
committee. Other members of the been from the mayor-council form of been re-elected without opposition in
board include E.L. (Gene) Matthews, government to the current mayor- 1975, 1m and 1979.A .
Edward(Ed) Wall, L.C.McCutcheon, commissioner type with the mayor or number of efforts have been
Rebecca (Becky) Roberts Harold chairman of the commission selectedfor made to change the term of city office
Epps, and, Bobby Biggs. Epos and a one-year term from the elected holders from two( to four years. The
Biggs were added Tuesday mght. members of the commission.The last time It was voted down was In
1976 when the voters had a chance to
Schaefer mayor until October 1, 1972,
appointed City Attorney.
vote separately on whether to increase -
served as the municipal judge for the
George Pierce and City Clerk Merrill
the terms of commissioners
Edwards City of Starke and received a fee from '
as other members of the
chief and clerk to four
board. fines for each conviction.The police city
years. Voters rejected those pro- \
Epps is former Starke City Com judge's post became unnecessary posals and the terms are two years.
missioner. Biggs is a former Starke when the voters of Florida The last time a proposal concerningthe :
Police Chief.Schaefer passed Article five which placed the election or appointment of city g
municipal cases under the jurisdiction clerk'and police chief was in Augustof 4
introduced the membersof of the county judge. This made 1979 when former Starke Mayor-
the committee to those at the the office of mayor obsolete, since he Commissioner Joe Warren requestedto
meeting.He was not a voting member of the city Edwards to place Items on the
urged the committee to work on council. September election ballot. Tcacher-of-the-Month...
the charter which he referred to as a When Edwards did not place the request tary, I? a retired M.rvk.mail who a""H"rl'd the need rr
"19th Century" ordinance. "There's Starke voters more than eight years on the ballot, Mayor Warren, Lyle Williams, third-grade teacher at Starke Kkmcn- men to leach in rlt-inrntar.v i' .
voted 865 to 517 to eliminate the
C no sense having a horse and buggy ago office of who was running for re-election, I
charter," Schaefer said. mayor.A suspended Edwards. The veteran ;
He wrote a letter to the charter number of) attempts over the clerk was reinstated the same day Lyle Williams is 'Building9 Math Backgroundby
committee members inviting them to years have been made to try to when Warren called a special
attend the board meeting. change to the city manager form of meeting to take up the suspension.
"The purpose of the committee is to government, to have an appointed Commissioners Ted Oglesby! Vernon Judy Becker has been a building representative.He Elementary before class to plav:
make a study of the city charter or- rather than an elected city clerk. Attempts Silcox, and Wilbur Waters denied and his family live on Hampton checkers and other Ramos and to
dinances and rules and make recom- have also been made to appoint a hearing on Warren's charges and What do you remember about third Lake in a tri-level home they built share the pu/.zles Mr' Williams ha
mendations to the City Commissionfor rather than elect the office of Edwards was reinstated less than an grade? Students from Starke Elementary themselves. In his spare time he enjoys created for them and his reward to
updating, amending and or revisions police chief. Starke is one of the rare hour after he was suspended.The will recall the papier-mache' gardening and making items for see on thoir faces what they an
" of same" Schaefer said in his cities in the state where the police Charter Revision Committee is piggy banks they ade in Lyle his classroom.On achieving Lyle Williams 'S Iruly a
letter. chief is elected by the voters. expected to take up some of the ques- Williams' class. any school morning students builder of homes of puzzles and .oi
Milner announced that the commit In 1967 the voters defeated 924242an tions outlined in this story and make Pigs are but one of the unique congregate in Room 12 at Starke children's minds
I tee would hold its first meeting within attemptto have the office of city recommendations on other aspects of features Mr. Williams or his students
the next two weeks. clerk appointed, rather than elected. city charter. have created for his room. A wooden
Mickey. Mouse holds clocks showing -- .-
each: class what time they will leaveto
go to their next subject. One table
Councilmen Tour Million Dollar Sewerage Site has a map of the United States drawnon
it. A box contains cut outs of the individual -
states to match this large
On Saturday, Jan. 10r four the $88,425 figure set for damages in perty will cost the City of Starke puzzle.: rAreae
members of the Starke City Commis- July 1979. about $20,000 a year to operate. Each day Lyle Williams, onefifthof
sion toured the property they purchased Prior to the trial Mueller had been the third grade team, teaches
last year from Fred Mueller to paid the city's original price of mathematics to all Starke Elemen
determine exactly what the City of $442,750. tary's third graders. This is the se-
Starke has on the properly.MayorCommissioner. Money for the project came from Vegetable Growers cond year this school has been departmentalized
Charles two U.S.: Environmental Protection : by subjects from third .Q}
Schaefer plus Commissioners Bobby Agency grants. grade on. "Each person likes
Milner, Jr., Jimmy Crosby Jr. and Work is going to be started shortlyon Meet Tonight teaching certain subjects better and
Travis Wood made the trip along with putting the spray irrigation pipes'on can do a better job when he or she is Now
surveyors Pat Welch and Mathew the city's new property to handle' to consider interested. Also with team teachingwe
A grower's meeting a
Griffis plus Telegraph. reporter Andy effluent from the sewerage treatment spring vegetable marketing deal is don't .de-emphasize any skills or i 1 (!
behind the Bradford subjects comments Mr. Williams.
Denonn. located
plant set tonight (Thursday,Jan. 15)) at 7:30:
The tour was made In three pickup Square Shopping Center on Edwards School. Teaching is not Mr. Williams' first
in Brooker Elementary OfferinS
p.m. career. A few days after the
trucks. Road in Starke.
will be the
The property located just off The city is under order of the Environmental Subject of the meeting of December 7 bombing of Pearl Harborhe J.' ky r r t T ew
of Jennings Starling
US-301S and was purchased by Protection Agency to possibility began a 23 year stint with the 4 v o 0oac
Graham and Bill Brown owner of
Mueller about 10 years ago from stop introducing effluent into Navy, which was to take him all over
Barbara Sales, operating a vegetabledeal
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Alligator Creek which feeds into the the world via a destroyer. Upon
Doyle Conner and his family for 3-late chain of Rowell, Crosby! and next spring Bob Allen., according to Market retirement he worked at the prison in
$150,000has been known as the Old Sampson Lakes.Saturday's Manager Raiford and while there saw a need
invited to
Airport property down through the trip was made in four Interested growers are for teaching. "There is a need for men
attend so that contact can be made,
teachers in elementary schools.
wheel drive pickup trucks becausethe
years. ..
.. Allen said. "
Last "May a" circuit court jury property as it is now situatedts: Young boys need male models. After
awarded Mueller $1,009,830 plus not accessible bv.regular car. ... .. '..... receiving his B.A. from the University -
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$100,000 in$severance damages for the Schaefer toldJiJo( \.:'olnieraIcamDiisnsioners : 1
major-part of' the property. Mueller and those present that the came to Starke Elementary.Lyle .
Card thanksOur
retained some 10 acres fronting sewerage treatment plant is capableof Williams is a member of the
US301. handling 50,000) people. heartfelt thanks to all who extended Bradford Education Association and
Title to the 368.95 acre tract was obtained The first stop was made at a small comforting sympathy and help ra
by the City of Starke In con mobile home which had old clothes, in our recent sorrow.
demnation procedures in July of 1979, tools, plus a rifle inside the trailer. We appreciate all the prayers 1113 N. Tempi but Mueller rejected the city's offer of The trailer had not been lived in for flowers, food and other acts of kind-
$1,200 per acre and requested a jury some time. The bodies of three dead ness Your thoughtfulness will never .-
trial. The verdict returned by the jury dogs were lying in the vicinity of the be forgotten.
amounts to$2,734 per acre more than small trailer.At We especially appreciate Ruby and
double the city's initial offer. this site the boa I'd"' was shown two Archie Tanner and the staff of the Ar-
Although' the $100,000 in severance pecan groves that were on the proper chie Tanner Funeral Home for the
damages was not up to Mueller's request ty. service.
for $146,594, it was still above Schaefer estimated the entire pro- The family of Lillie MaeTanner is the Time

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etUTORlALSThe! Daniel and Wife, Sarah County, Agents

as 1.-. -...-- Ill.v- '
I i Were Solid Citizens of Early DaysDaniel NotebookBy ,

McRae; patriarch of 'the wool and cotton, spinning[ it into
! Misery (lex large number of McRae' families now thread, weaving the thread into cloth, '
I .I living in Starke and vicinity, was born Daniel McRae, dyeing the cloth, and making it into BobbyTaylor "

, 6ti Jan. 11, 1817 In Bullock County, garments for her husband and : / ,

It now seems obvious that ty is traditionally: favorable to Georgia, where hW: Scottish born \ children. Her garden, fruit trees, /..
fowl and herbs provided much of the -
Ronald Reagan will after his helping! big business and industry to parents this countryAt had settled after emigrating family's food. / "

inauguration on January 20, i it t has been notably unconcerned -

be plagued with the same: with similar aid to the ago of 18 he was married to While the men were away from

"misery index" that he usedin small business.In Sarah Sabrina Livingston of Telfalr I I I home during the Civil War she kept Cold Slows Growth
19, 1835. the spiritual fires of her church burn-
his presidential campaignto County, Georgia on August I II Ii
their I II ing, serving as class leader for her Damage Not Serious
taunt the Carter ad the Greater Boston area After the birtli of four of children II II I
ministration's economic one entire block of small firms they moved to Florida in 1847 settlingon I, I Sunday School. Severe cold has slowed field activity
Black Creek near the present townof I this week. Youcan't
their doors -- i throughout our area
policy. will soon close Mld leburg. Eight more children In Spite of her family duties Sarah land
II do much or
of the changing times. I McRae to find timeto plowing
victims were born to them during the years always managed when the soil is frozen.
According to a recent This same pattern is 184 to 1883. I be a good neighbor feeding the preparation

Gallup poll, the American repeating itself in countless hungry, nursing the sick, and comfor- Dry conditions,however are delay

public now foresees little pro U.S. towns and cities!; as a With their large family of 12 ting those who were in distress. ing Spring planting plans more than
children they moved to !Starke in 1867 cold. The soil doesn't turn or disk
in the coming in interest the
gress of -
year combination sky-high and
where Mr. Mcftae was onp of the 42 After her children were grown when it is extremely dry and
reducing inflation or rules, soaring personaland residents voting in an election held married, she devoted her life to nursing well matter residue
unemployment.In business taxes and in- May :29!! 1876 to incorporate the town. for which she had a special gift. doesn't organic break down as crop rapidly.
The local doctors respected and reliedon
fact a member of creases in the minimum wage A carpenter by trade Mr. McRae her ability, and they kept her busyas
Reagan's advisory committeeon threaten many' small Irad a hand in building( several of the 61 years of congenial married life at much of her time as she could The drought is also delaying I have growthof
businesses. the time of her death in 1901. lie was from home. She went our Winter forages. seen
oldcbt homes in Starke some of which spare away
tax policy told a Jackson- and
little Clover growth, our Rye,
truly a dignified Christian gentleman wherever needed. If the families were very
still in his
are use today, attesting to
ville business group this week The seriousness of this honest, skillful workmanship. He also whose word was as good as his bond. able to pay for her services, well and and Ryegrass pastures have not

that the President-elect will situation is shown by the fact owned and operated a small I farm. In He followed the Golden Rule, was loved good; if not, she still gave unstintingly grown as well as needed.

not be able to balance the that during (he past decade spite of the size of their own family and respected not only by his family of her skills to anyone who needed Cattlemen are having to feed extra
cut income taxes he and his wife took other boys but by the entire community. her.
budget or percent of all new jobs in the young feed this year because of poor grazing
thirty percent within three country were created within into tauir' home to let them attend the conditions. Cattle need extra feed to
local schools, most of which were Sarah Sabrina Livingston Mctac After her death before closing the
years. These measures were the small business community small classesheld in rivatehomesin was only 14 years old at the time of graveside rites, I the officiating satisfy their energy requirements,
the cornerstone of his cam- -- roughly 5,5 million posh the d.iyt. bt-forc public schools were her marriage. She was born Telfair minister said, "We are now giving which are higher during cold stress
paign promises. tions. offered.! County Georgia, also of Scottish back to the dust one of the best and conditions.
ancestry.Her noblest women who has ever lived
A recent: btudy by the con- In he the It's a little too early to tell whether
Treasury Secretary- In the words of a family historian, among us. so saying, spoke
designate Donald T. Regan gressional Joint Economic Janiel) i) I and I'inral1McJtae had shared hands were kept busy carding sentiments of the citizens of Starke. our our recent Winter freezes greens.did I'm any hoping damage that to

agrees that he may not be able Committee estimates that the these crops: ,were cold conditioned

to balance the budget until the U.S. economy will have to pro- enough to take the freeze. I have seen

fourth of the incoming vide 15 million new jobs during greens damaged by a freeze in past
year Letters the Editor especially when we had some
administration, and the 1980s if unemploymentis to ---- years
warm weather just before a big dropin
economists have predicted to be contained. But how the temperature.

;.. that the inflation rate may go can this be done when the pre- Sl'tiUKSTSPOI.L:
; even higher in the short term. sent state of the economy has OMMH'SIHY ISSUE that, and are now devoting a con- all felony violations to the State At. Strawberries should come throughthe
led to the bankruptcy of 12,000 siderable amount of time, which torney for prosecution, and they have freezes with no damage to the-
w The poll showed that theE firms during 1980 alonea 53 means money also, to other projectsthat prosecuted when sufficient evidence plant. However, most fruit and bloom
public expects the "misery Index" Reference article in your Jan. 1 other agencies have been exists. The Public Defender's Office will be killed. The plants should then
percent increase over the publication (tilled: "What is Chamber organized for. Specifically, civil
: has caused changes in the judicial come back with a heavy Hush of
:=: a combined inflation failure rate in 1979. Most) of Doing! to Promote Industry in Bradford rights of inmates. They are more con- system affecting inmate prosecutionthat growth and bloom that could start
rg and unemployment rate -- of these 12,000 failures were ?" cerned for exercise for inmates and has increased the workload for some harvest activity: in about six

!,.:. 21 percent by the end of 1981. small businesses.Unless It was reported that County Judge removing handcuffs from the Inmates everyone, but their office is the least weeks if we have no more hard
Elsie Sanders questioned\ if there is a and putting them on the Correctional affected as they do not have to respond freezes or heavy frosts.
1 iz An increase in the Mr. Reagan has:: a local I interest in getting: more industry Officers than they are for the job they to a First Appearance within 24

:= unemployment rate is expected "secret plan" for aiding small hire. were elected and hired for-criminal hours like the sheriff's, judges, and Two strawberry growers are experimenting
!i due largely to the The judge is certainly prudent to representation in the Courts. corrections investigators, with with irrigation for freeze
businesses, as well as big question (lie people's wishes before The Public Defender states their
holidays and weekends no exception. protection this year. They turn on
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a plight small businesses business, his "misery index"is encouraging the Chamber of Commerce workload was caused by a change in Thank you. Judge Carlisle, for your misting sprinklers when the
:: throughout the nation. apt to soon exceed that of to embark on/ a major effort to policy by the Department of Correc- decision. temperature reaches freezing, and let
is 1 Although the Republican Par- the Carter administration. attract industry to locate here. tions and the State Attorney Not so. Beryl Nettles them run until the temperature rises
110\\ever, since reading this article The policy has always been submit, Fla. above freezing. The theory is that as
::: and discussing the advisability of the water freezes it gives off heat

such action with friends and that keeps the plants, fruit and bloom
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.. of opinion that industry must FORESTRY: 11 these experiments later in the season.
he attracted t to Bradford County, if .
5 Regardless of the truth or prison officer to "rough up" the area is to remain a viable com BRADFORD Nn- ,By Mark r'rics Watermelon- i iTo .rowers -."--. +

i: untruth material presented the victim the general impression munity. ll'tJ| : :Meet In Neuberr" 'JI'/It.: to ti

:i on last Sunday's Minutes" left was' that brutality i i. Employment: opporl unities must be c- Planning to grow \\'atcJmcl.> ':srthis
expanded, .in MtcluMrv / /' ? If attend a Watermelon
i television' few and homosexual year wo.
: a practices
.. 'program 10 I lie area is a reasonable action Grower Meeting next Tuesday' Jan.
:: : observations seem in order. are condoned as prison policy "to accomplish this objective
20, in Newberry from to4 p.m. In the
To Will "Ciod
in dealing with disciplinary Baker Counly has already initiated paraphrase Rogers Florida is blessed with more than School Auditorium.
Newberry High
: The most puzzling aspect of problems such on t'lf'I" and would certainly sure must have liked trees because" he 250 kinds of native trees -- more than

: this and other such programs benefit Bradford t to follow suit. made so many of them. Their any state ether than Hawaii. Take Dr. John Van Sickle of the University -

'J aired on most television networks Prison officials also state If the Chanibei of Commerce continues grea number to the Yet sand there and stars, is too time out this week to udd one more.. of Florida Food and Resources
are proba bly
to doubt the local interest in your own personal tree. Or select onethat's
;is and that CBS violated its promisenot Department will discuss "Planting
many newspapers fewer now than at any time in history.
such a program, why net print an opi- already growing and care for it, Production amd Marketing
: I ;Is the instant and to air the until
nion quettionairc in the newspaper<<) for in the words of (lie Bible, "the tree Characteristics of Florida
of with the truth of the killing had Adam and Eve used fig leaves to of the field "
: : high degree sympathy which could he cut-out and mailed is man's life. Watermelon." Gary Brinen, Alathua
: which even the slightest word been verified and the prison back to the publisher? Tliisway, the than cover 5,000 their nakedness; today more from County horticultural agent, will talk

: 's of a prison inmate is treated administration had been Clwmlicr! could receive a clear-cut acids to zithers products, are ranging derived from If you have any questions feel freeto 'about varieties, fertili/aliuiuuipest; "
opinion nf your saiMbtr&vwHS"' : "' call me at 4-B2HO., ext. 219, or stop ,control and harvest consk 11
:.2 while prison officials are given an opportunity to makean trees. post ra-
by office in the
Hit-hard Agriculture
FullerJJ my
lions. Call me for more infurmatiMaor >o
badguys" official '
j: usually pictured as "the response.
!; Mimosa nrs.EKStarke.Kla.; Building. ,
other details about the mvctinginli! '1
Because trees to
are so important
: and treated in obviously -
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The prison system is mankind, for more than 100 years a )
\ belligerent manner. already having trouble ; '. special day Arbor Day has been set Local Citizens Help Swine, Vegetable -sw'rl: '/Iiro
.JlllC I> ;I AIU.IM.K: ( \\t'I.M .Mot Tonight rqiu2el: *l'
: aside in America celebration
as a ) to
\ Although the 60 Minutes"program enough getting and keeping l'/11111NUf11J11" : ;: 1tl'JIIItV trees. With SREC There are two oilier i inlprtaanl lo I

\ was centered on one capable and responsible correctional Court Christmas Project ]meetings for many of our folks

;? particular instance where an I officers Unsubstantiated hats oft' in Circuit! Judge By state law, Florida observes Arbor tonight (Thursday, Jan. ;'l, The
inmate claimed he killed stories, such: us the "60l1inutl's" Wayne AI\ Carlisle! On Ins first day of Day on the third Friday in Through the generosity of Bradford ]Bradford-Union Swine prq<&ftwyitfc<.
assignment ID Union '' he January each' This Arbor County businesses and individuals i meeting at 7:30: "p,(in. ;fiujbc
f\\ another with a l lead pipe after episode, do not County falls year year Christmas was made brighter for Agriculture Building!in'Sfi*rK< nclei
denied motion the Day 16.
a by .PublicDefender's on January
is being told ( he says) by a make the job any easier. l fhce) I that \vWild: :allow/ several low income families in Bradford i ,o!. baW -
County area this year. Through This is Ilieir- annual, inqmb, iP
..S that office to Says Florida's State Forester John
representing prison withclrahst'llpOm4 Bethea "I believe it's good to have a gifts of food, toys and cash contributions I(dinner and wives "are 'iiWitfv I ; fir. M

County bar u !'Mfiy\ u/.'rioiL.bcgausenfin ( ( day when we can stop and con- these public' spirited citizens: James Wershow wilf pcakLTogroup 'd! f;
I i Bicycles A Hazard ,,,t'n&IirlCrl'llse in piisoii, cases template all the benefits we receive made it possible for these families to I( on Agricultural taw $i\(1\ | er ,J
in the county. from this! great resource," receive baskets, which made their i,items of legal interest to S\vlie i O'q- }I
) holiday season happier and more
The Public Iefender'slbtfice l is I ducers. Anyone intereslcr1'; W n
:. flI.mcf'd; by the Slate: al ml, Un, taxpayers "The idea of planting a tree on this meaningful. !swine production business:,1 ', eii la

: "It shall be unlawful for any reported in Bradford Square If their motion) hiUfHcPhf approved day i Is specially good Bethea added. Through combined efforts we I to a I tend. ';suit; .

person to ride any bicycle, Shopping C.cntor. |)iriviiie( attorneys! ld ha\u "A poet once said, Plant a tree will delivered five baskets of r food!, candy; other ;
had to he appuil tecl'nalurdllyt /al taxpayers your'own will care more toys and some clothing. We The meeting .tonight'VsT a 1
=:motor scooter, or motorcycle Also ;in the Code of Ordinances : vxprnsp. .n.\.l.IbJt.WV! ;ilsesilses? for, it than a whole forest.' And it's dy and toys to. children in gave several can- ,vegetable growers incetin'g, :'alBrooker
:Son any of the sidewalks in the : is Sec. 15-3 which true. That's why the Division of other families. I Elementary; School l atT7iop.m. ::

=City of Starke.-Sec. 21-10 of says: "Each bicycle, motor The Public liofen'ttoTs: olfieesta'testhe Forestry encourages schools I .
the Code of Ordinances, Cityof request was made because they statewide to participate In an Arbor Suwannee River Economic Council
scooter motor vehicle be-
Starke. or are "overwurked' with increasingcase Day celebration. Many private and Community ,Outreach Center are Jennings( Starling and Bill Brown
ing operated on or over the loads. The law I Enforcement nurserymen and garden clubs join us most grateful for the business and in- will discuss plans they have tooperate

Pedestrians in the Call streets of the city shall be agencies Sheriffs State Attorneys in distributing trees at no cost. nor, dividual contributions which made vegetable market on the
Street business district equipped with suitable alarm Corrections, all work seven days a students to plant on Arbor Day. More this possible. Brooker State Farmer's Market.
devices week, and are on tall: 24 hours a day. than 600 schools planned ceremollie-
and shall be
equippedwith ''II!> Letters of appreciation are beingsent This is for
this an opportunity) vegetablegrowers
threatened daily by accidentsthat Have you tried to !-et.a( Public : year
to each
could cause serious bodi- lighting devices which Defender (on'a week end or at night? contributor who so in the area to ask questions
shall give a clear light suffi- The Division generously participated in the proa get first-hand. infonriution about
!Increase in case loads) from the hopes that Arbor Day
ly injury due to the flagrant cient to give earning of its prisons is cited At UCI, the' largest tree plantings don't stop on the Ject.members.Community Ms. Lillian Outreach staff t I he market before planting time. Call
violation of this clearly stated or approach" Institution in Union County, there was schoolyard, however. Cummings, 1 me or Market Manager Bob Allen if :t.
city ordinance. presence not !n substantial increase in the Center Director Mrs. Sylvia y fou want more information about the :

The bicycle riders on Call number of criminal cases reported "I've heard it said that other Patterson-Community Outreach n fleeting or (the market :
Worker, much time and
gave to
Anyone stepping from a car Street also create further compared to 1\17\1.\ There was ,increases holidays repose upon the past, while this t .
: a project.
onto the sidewalk, or emerg- in some tvpt'ftof crimes: such Arbor Day proposes for the future, Bradford
hazard by parking their bikes a* assaults on officers, but what the said Bethea. "Of course, planting a Building '!
ing from a store onto the flat on the sidewalk in such a Public Defender's Office problemmay tree can be both a tribute to the past IIRS Has Christmas Permits

sidewalk is taking the risk of manner and in such large be is that their office was and a beacon for the future. Many Luncheon for ClientsThe for, 1980 .a

being knocked down by a numbers that the walk is created to provide legal( service in young couples plant a- tree to '
criminal celebrate while Department of Health and Total $8 Million
matters to the indigent and an anniversary
speeding bicycle unless he or sometimes completely blocked in our area, the inmates in particular.It others plant one to commemorate I lie Rehabilitative Services. Aging and '
she stops looks, and listens and pedestrians have to would appear that the Public birth of a child with the Idea that as Adult Services held a Christmas Lun- Construction In Bradford County in

before taking a step. Several take to-the, gutter in order to Defender's Office has: deviated from the tree.grows, the child grows, too." .. cheon for elderly clients and foster j 1980 including I county' and all

such near-accidents: have get by. J Cafeteria.home clients, recently at the KJK J municipalities i totaled 8117389.

been avoided only by nimble We do not know whether the Each client and foster sponsor was Of this total, Starke building permits
footwork on the part of the City would be liable presented a small gift. The Depart- } accounted for $1,326,636, which
for .
any injural's MfMBEKEStABUSHCO included 29 new homes for '
pedestrians involved. The ment would I ike to give special thanks
that might be sustained ,,,euMOrMn c and one commercial, at $25,700.
bicycle riders, apparently 1t f n"l0 AI to the Pizza: Hut for providing a full
due to such conditions, but it meal. We would also like Miscellaneous permits for additions
course to
couldn't care less. Similar instances i1r: 1
would 'repairs etc. totaled $124,536.
have also been seem entirely possible gr j14 tr. that it would be and should be. citizens for cash contributions' as County permits which included the
--'-- ,, /79 well as material contributions.
l 1 "o,. municipalities of Hampton, Lawtey
.- "I ..n I "r Brooker, totaled$6,790,753 for 102 .

SOS C. flRGUSON" JOHN M.MIUM.Publisher ., -Alot''7H"r :> "'- ... Jingle family dwellings; 166 mobile <
'I. I : '" -;-' _- tomes, 27 commercial structures and
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.........".. .\.I.;.'J,.. ...-It,..v.II.,'N II._ "- .r office, included 102 single family .

Th out Sphinx In Egypt,built almoet5,000yeara ago,it ,IA..N4'6Ma 'I l',- ,110...O.hI4..,....e-..'.........V..qeN_ .".'._. :, ;JI.I r'.}.. The ancient Europeans b.- d Jwellings, 162 mobile homes, 22 commercial -
b.llev.d to to the oldest monumental statue In existence .. NM lined beating the waterwould structures four churches and
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I and Richard Hinds Mrs. J.T. Carver Ii1, \ .

I. :.YVt, .. Dec. 5 at Morgan Rd. Baptist Church I Of Installed Methodist President Women /!7kFoetal flJid

Mrs. JT.. Carver was installed
.MSltt.h Edna Norton, daughter of president of the United Methodist
., Mrs. E. M. Norton, Sr. of Women at the general meeting Tuesday -
King' ;(ley Lake, and Richard Allen night, Jan. 6, which met in the JIJ"J
;Hudson of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Methodist Fellowship Hall lile. II/'
Hinds of Starke were United inRoad Outgoing President Mrs. Donald ,
/ Friday, Dec. 5, in Morgan Thornton asked Rev. Warren Langerto Society ftifly il1fle e/ feW
,. Baptist Church with Rev hA open the meeting with prayer then tti.
: :.. ':Jan\\ !s' Parrish performing the nup- wK introduced Mrs. Olin White who In- 964.760
-... .las*'' stalled the officers for 1981 at a
''I Highlighting the altar were two candlelight service. *
.large floral arrangements of pink and 9Ti Serving with Mrs. Carver will be .
whitOgladiolasandpompoms) againsta vice-presiient Mrs. A.J. Eaves;
background: : of arched and branched secretary, Mrs. Richard Odom;
candelabras with burning tapers. treasurer,Mrs.William Lawson. Mission i Norman Dowdy, Jr. Speaks I
Cant* and greenery were in the Coordinators: Christian Personhood : ,,
windows.JoAnn. .,:..,1 ( Mrs. J.W. Bitch, Mrs. T.B. ,! .' I'' At Little Women's Club MeetingNorman
Canova and Jimmy Alvarez Rahn; Supportive Community, Mrs. {
presented! a program of nuptial J.F. Bloodworth and Mrs. Don 'I rI' Dowdy, Jr., driver license tional was Qiven by Sherra Mott.
,music;'. Hardenbrook; Christian Global Con- i ', '\ examiner gave an informative talk Special guests were several invited
.. at the Little Women's Club meeting mothers of the members, Mrs. Tom
'Mr. Hinds attended his son as best cerns, Mrs. John Miller and Mrs. '. .i i'
.man. 'J.1shers were Larry Hinds, 4. : : Henry Godwin; Christian Social In- ; ... '.r) Tuesday night, Jan. 6. He was In- Tatum Jr., Mrs. Kenneth Mott, and
.brother of the groom and Maxie NQr- volvement Mrs. Olin White, Jr., and ,. .;;!:;,{ : troduced by Joy St. John, program Mrs. Roland Stern.
chairman. The resignation of the club
ton, brother
of the bride. Mrs. Richard Roberts; Committee on "
Jam:,Norton, sister-in-law of the Nominations Mrs. R.S. Mullins, Mrs. { !i Presiding over the meeting was the secretary Tammy Baldree was accepted
bride-,,aerved as matron of honor. She Glen Polk Mrs.: Drew Reddish and : president, Stacy Denmark. The devo- with regrets, due to a working
wore ./0001' length dusty rose gown Mrs. L.C. Early; Group Leaders, i conflict. Gina Lane was unanimously
with rgbnded neckline, matching lace Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr., Mrs. Harold Shirley Johnson, elected to fill the vacancy of club
.bodty* and flowing skirt. She wore a McKinley, Mrs John Schmidt, and ; John P. Dixon secretary. Committee reports were
.pink lilk rose with babys breath in her Mrs. Grady Overstreet. given by the committee chairman.The .
hair,\;She carried a bouquet of pink During the business meeting the i /o Wed Feb. 15 club voted to hold a Valentine
rosebuds dance on Feb. 7, at the club building.
silk and white baby's breath following appointments were an- .. Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Johnson, Jr. of
>ilh bink silk ribbon streamers. nounced by Mrs. Carver: membership Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Musgrove, Jr. Starke announce the engagement and Following the meeting
;t Sylvia Macheda and Carolyn chairman, Mrs. Howard Myers approaching marriage of their refreshments were served by Beth
Johnijon,sisters of the bride, were at- tar .and Mrs. II.H. Adams; Local Church Lynne Johns, daughter, Shirley, to John Dixon son Starner and Monica Green.
'tendanU. They wore floor length Activities, Mrs. Richard Roberts and Lloyd Musgrove, Jr. of Lewis Dixon of Starke and Mrs. o
.burgundy gowns with lace covered Mrs. C.D. Thornton; Campus Judy Hayes of Tampa.
burgundy bodices and flowing skirts Ministry Mrs. Bob Ferguson, Mrs. Wed Dec. 20 The wedding is planned for Sunday,
and wore silk roses and baby's breath Mr and Mrs. Richard Hinds George Kelly and Mrs. Glen Polk; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones of Feb. 15, at 1 p.m. in Calvary Baptist Homemakers Club
-in theft. hair. They carried bouquets Publicity, Mrs. A.J. Eaves; Kitchen, Starke announce the marriage of Church with a reception following in To Meet Jan. 22
I firnilor;. to the honor attendant. Mrs. Drew Reddish; Parsonage, Mrs. their daughter Lynne, to Lloyd Lon- the Fellowship Hall.
tleathjtr Norton, nieve of the bride and attendants.The S.G. Denmark. Other business included nie Musgrove Jr., son of Mr. and Miss Johnson and Mr. Dixon are The Bradford County Homemakers
.was flower girl.. bride's table was covered with the approval of an additional Mrs. Lonnie Musgrove of Cincinnati, both 1979! graduates of Bradford High Club will meet Thursday Jan. 22 at 10
GiVen in marriage by her father, an antique white crocheted tableclothand air/heat unit for the office of the Ohio. School. Mr. Dixon is enlisted in the a.m. in the Agriculture Building in
; the bride wore a white satin gown centered with an arrangement of Director of Christian Education, to The wedding took place Dec. 20, Navy. Starke.All .
wit! Y- eck edged in lace with set-in silk roses which carried out the pink clear the remaining debt on the 1980 in Woodbine, Ga. No invitations are being sent locally members and visitors are invited
rose-( $haped lace on the sleeves with and burgundy color scheme. The wed church van and further covering of Lynne is a 1979 graduate of Brad- but all friends and relatives are In- to attend.R11FFFT.
delicately laced cuffs with buttons. It ding cake was decorated with rose the floor at the church parsonage. ford High School. vited to attend.
had .( bottom ruffle and train with colored flowers and was topped with a Groups for 1981 were announced, Mr. Musgrove is currently
matching three inch ruffle. She wore bride and groom. A pir.k fountain was everyone was pleased to have seven employed as a contractor's pipefitter.
three strands of pearls with matching in the bottom layer of the cake. Mrs. groups meeting this year.
garrinpand carried a nosegay of red Tammy Ratliff cut the cake. Mrs. William Lawson led the '
roseb\I|( $ baby's breath pink carnations The punch table had a white linen Pledge Serv-Ice..A Gift of Love; Two -TI'tj'
,anti pink satin ribbons. On her and lace cloth and was centerd with a Copper Coins. Junior Women
head.she wore a rose-shaped lacecovered punch bowl encircled with pink and Mrs. Olin White Jr. Membership
headpiece and matching veil white pompoms. Mrs. Sharon Hinds Chairman, introduced the new Planning Strawberry %
with (tree inch lace border. assisted in serving and Mrs. Suzi members for 1980 then gave each of Queen Pageant
.' A reception was held in the church Bishop made and served the groom's them a blue carnation: and blue ribbon Details for the Bradford
\ Fellowship Hall, which was decoratedwith cake. + bow to( symbolize their future in the County Strawberry Queen Beauty 11
greenery and candles with pink Following a wedding trip to organization. New members are Mrs. Pageant were discussed at the Junior
ribbon and roses in the windows andpalm Daytona Beach the couple is residingat Warren Langer, Mrs. Gertrude Boyd, Women's Club meeting held Monday
trees in the corners. Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Stephen Denmark, Mrs. George night, Jan. 12, at'the clubhouse.
.. Leah Macheda greeted the guests The bride is a 1979 graduate of Kelly, Mrs. Spyros Drivas Miss President Beckie Jones presidedover H
at I tlio door and kept the bride's book. Bradford High School. Eollne Green, Mrs. Carolyn the meeting. Further Informa- : .
Standing: in the receiving line were Mr. Hinds is employed at Lane Redgrave, Mrs Edna Wells Miss tions for the pageant will appear in _
'the brjoe and groom, their parents Crane Service in Jacksonville. Traci Kelly Mrs. Lucy Parnell Mrs. the future editions of the Telegraph.After _
Vr"'. Larry White, and Mrs. Arthur the meeting was adjourned all
Loudon. members gathered In the Sunroom
Retirement Luncheon Paul Bennett Blanche Williams Group 5 furnished for a Pampers party for Wanda
refreshments at the close of the
.. For,::Miss. Keen Given Surprise meeting. The table, covered with awhile Jackson.The refreshment table was covered

Th4 Supply Department, Naval Air Retirement PartyPaul lace cloth, held punch at one with a white lace cloth and was
,Sta liOn.,' Cecil Field sponsored a end and a cake with the inscription centered with a cake in the shape of a
Bennett who has retired after
retirement luncheon Jan. 8 in the Welcome 1831 UMW.
BOQ Disco Room for Miss Carolyn E. approximately 32 years with DuPont 45 members and guests were pre- baby stroller. i
Keen of! Starke. / .. >" .. was given a ,surprise party Friday .. sent-. .-. ....-.--.---.-** 0s
Mist Keen's retirement on:January night, Jan. 2, given by his daughters; .. "Mrs.' 'Donald Thornton, 'outgoing Did You Know............
18 ended a thirty-six year Federal Mrs. Brenda Beeman Miss Rhonda president was honored with a
fo'.: .Civil 'Service career. These years Bennett, Mrs. Judy Norman and his Special Membership from the United Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler and Mr.
were ved at Camp Blanding; wife Lorraine.The Methodist Women. and Mrs. J.D. Warren returned Sun-
Welcb-) onvalescent Hospital party was held at the home of day after 14 days vacation in Hawaii
Daytona Beach; Naval Station, Green Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Beeman on WINTER and two days in San Francisco.Mr. .
Griff Loop where 20 aq e i i
'/ Cove Springs; and Naval Air Station approximately CLEARANCE all
s Cecil, eld. The past seven years she guests attended. 23% to sort off and Mrs. W.S. Haas were
was a Contracting Officer, Small and Ltllo'i [>r...Shop guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Spell in
Pis.idftantaged Business Specialist Bradford Squara Orlando last Wednesday to Saturday
and Supervisor of the Purchase Shopping Contor while Mr. Haas attended the AFCS
Branch,. Stumps Dept. Store 964-S051 National convention
Slie\Was: presented with a wrist ll llr'
; Dinner
: wald>_ lid a pocket calculator by her Holiday
(ell>employees as mementos of the Mr. and Mrs. Jim Womack were de
occasion.: The Civilian Personnel hosts at a Holiday dinner Thursday Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C.
Department furnished an engraved evening, Jan.7, at the Holiday Inn for t a
Ceci.1 Field (Master Jet Base) plaque the employees of Stump's Depart- Dr. Wayne C. Eaton, D.C.
which'was presented by Cdr ..A..I'a ment Store.
)ne;Supply Officer, in recognitionof The long dining table held three arrangements Keystone Chiropractic Clinic : --1
hen civli service career. of flowers consisting of p

'1..t.: daisies, roses and pompoms.The .
'< ;:vKathy occasion also marked the .
Sue Locke, retirement of Mrs. J.G. Jackson who At SR-21 North
has worked at Stumps for 25 years.
Stephen Register She was presented with a silver tray Keystone Shops Suite 5 I 'I.
To ":Wed Jan; 17 from the Womacks as a memento of Phone 4733604Hours I .

; Miss; 'Kathy, 'Sue Locke, daughter of the The occasion.35 attending Included

Mr: aid Mrs. James L. Locke LakeAsfturV employees, husbands wives and 9a.m.-1p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p.m. I .
and Mrs. S. Bell of
: Joy dates and Mrs. Jackson's children: t
OrangV.'Park: and Stephen Robert !Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley, Mr. and Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri.
Register, son of Mr. and Mrs. Len- !Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
nanl. R.:Register, Jr. of Crystal Lake, Bill Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney 9 a.m.-l p.m: 'Thursdays
Sta I ike: will be united in marriage Jackson and Mrs. Elizabeth
Saturday, Jan. 17, at 2 p.m. in Stalnakcr. Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
Thomasville Road Baptist Church in
fallahajeee.All ..
: friends and! relatives are invited .-.
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"; : t Melissa Ann Walmsley I "'..' As of close of business J
i }i .lIndaMarleWahnlley ;.! .. I .... ... DecemberJ1.1980 I
Mi'and\ Mrs. Richard Walmsley, ''..f'I.I' ;..; ..' J
the birth of :I' "
'. Jr. oftRaiford. announce ';} :. Assets
twin daughters, Melissa Ann and! ..
: ,- Cosh Hand and In Banks .
born Jan. 10 in Baptist on S 9421 8.s1
.... Mehnd*Marie Jacksonville "" .1 "" ''1J InvesrmenrsondSecurirles. . . . 88 815 62008 $ 9920707849 q
. .. Med icajl. Center, Mr. and ., .. ', Mo i Paternal grandparents are Raiford.; ,\. "' All Other Loans . . . . ". 42 970 920 40
:.. Mrs >fOchard; ; Walmsley of tool Esioie Owned . . . . . 104 366 64
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and FOrTTUNEFcDcRflL .,' loons Mode ro Focllirore Sale of Real( Estate . ., . ... . 297909075 1
I f' "' Mrs.l'.thanleIRewlsofMacclenny( federal Home Loon Dank Stack . : .J./ ? . 7 679 700 00
and. Frank Burnsed of Macclenny. ? Fixed>> less Depreciation' . . . ... ... ... .. : 17.15724382 p.f.
... .. .; aN: +,.v,; Deferred Chorg ond Other Aiserj . \.. . 50.760 569 20 I
.. :. TOTALMSETS' . ,:;.j., 11. 141.69660765 ::1
\ -, lir. .. Savings and Loan Association::; .
.' ,.,'1IrginialxannFolsom' '
t Maryand Leslie Folsom of Liabilities: and Ner Worth I

: Keysjtaae! Heights announce the birth Over a billion I dollars strong. SovingsAccounrs. . .. ... . .. . . 11.029 238 305 45 ;
.:* . . .
s I. of it daughter, Virginia Leann, born Demand Accounts . .303 240 04 !
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: Monday; Dec. 29, at 8:24 a.m: in Putnam AdvancesframFHlD 25000OOO i
Communlt OtheeforrewedMoney( . . . . 11.405 151 .: ..J'Vlr&fnIAweighedsevenooundsten'
I 1980 was a banner year for We are committed to loonslnPlocess. . . ; . 1509006062
measured 20'' long. Deferred Income . . . . . 5645.11 e 04
Federal We
"f-A: ,' "" os a sister Mary Lynn, 8, Fortune acgrowth and plan to open Other uobilmes. . ,.. . . . . 7.066.907 0
. .,.1'. ouncfji l I Leslie Gerald Jr., 5, quired over" one billion dollars I- several I new offices I in the Specific I ReservesNerUferrh . '. : : ..: ,. . . .. . . --1"000
'. n Lee, 16 months. . . . . :. . . . . . 7.3 9.1J1.37
'. grandparents are the late In assets, which puts us in near future. As we enter into TOTAL UAOILITIES AND NET WORTH . . .'. . . $ .66660705 l

Ttyr and Mrs. Curtis W.Stewart. the top 100 associations. our 47th year and take the
.1. Paternal\ grandparents Mr. and '
'. Mrs. Percy White of Hollister are nationwide. And we also I expanded first steps toward our second rrdrdsaneLarneenwsvue wmt," .lbrdaswngsMOron> < Le"9. ,jix>
\! M 'cdnai Savings! d 10 .i .j Mr. rtS"reat-"randparents are into north Florida so billion dollars, we pledge SfMcs league o' Sav."? Associations'
' .. .."' Thomai Stewatf.'and: 'Register.the late Mr. and sirs that we now have offices to keen r-: "our assets'worl lng 27 friendly offices I I in Florida. ....' .

: 'l'a! !!! "1! great-grandparents are from Gainesville to Sarasota. for you. Formerly Guaranty Federal of Gainesville/ __h.__ It;mn 1ir
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Lonnie 993V. Madison. Srarfce -_-....-
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Mrs arena Dyal of Jacksonville Is .from Ica )J' ..I1 r' : .,' ,1'' '", '\' I' d) ''f". !: .I' lend lhleS u. I;, 1/.1.1, ''.' a special seryjed; Sunday ,',,
visiting Mrs. W.C. Ward for two dims md siftiers'' it i-i' ,' vi! 1:1t': 5tIr dt.o ..... ( \ .) ,in .J) at\ the'U a.m. wrvifre attsnt'Id'ss

r ,r weeks. Cr.urrh "f Ood,' FrlttA;' .11,1; --:.'> ( .l:: N. V W t ;\ t'ti ..., l 1 I II't! )\"'Y U( j>tist Church

The Miller faieily ;* il i-v-jft) ;1'Vll1.nk hi,! 1lii.lfjlJ/l'1Ikt"f! uat Nb4411tiNa1T13 I. f-viiinnjj! the I Buwyter family from
Mrs It L. Epperson returned hemp" pr:>,.r ) !of r''IlolblttOfe J I :,-- dflriraldti d'; \ ,;" '.' \ ..,', Wnst, IP tuptlsi Ihul'l: h in JwekisonThfr -
Monday after two weeks in Bradford ( : !illl"lgr.r t y\.tJf"WKilli .tlI'1IC'II'I" ''
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family for several days. was IvPt'kefdIJel!;\ >t of 'tVlr.-.Mid'\ (v's\ .
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Ir'r 25% fa 50%' oft //i JCtl. Hler&uf llotlllniei.'prt.. vv',"'/'* SI.) '"irit--iM.:** q'm! .- $hrt d3 .Scfi.ijirf; ?:1ill( ,' r ?
: 1kt .. II : ill.H! I 18! t CXtWldtSd to
'L.llo'.lJr. Shop ., day'lUtsfaof 1f -'4d Mien ; .1,1' I v 'M 'KvJJn'g'Mlstlc: Service. Wcdres'V ; ;- '
J y ,i Bradford Squoro ,\ win Williams.Mr V.-30: ) p.m. Bible! study III', .,'"O' service's.

., r f Shopping C.nt.r ,:'Iwy\ Act: ,<' '*K-rt9
a i 964-5051 1 and M ,8. B J. 4gk\ i., 11''I' ,

: f and! Mrs. Tullie/: Mormon 1/1"1'' '' ', ., : .- ------.--- ..-.'-- '-'- '
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Kevin /Hutsoji and Randy Premo of andb1rs,1)avidEyeRsri.J' : < Us: I' f "

Keystone Heights aLtf'ncc! :J these .JoId Sunday

: annual custom car show Sunday in '
*V z" the Civic Auditoiium, Miund Mrs. .'...>. qtfuni t i tri r e' It i1V'
Tuesday after ihi'w watch! -i I

Mrs. J.H. Kields returned home Call) .!riia wPiercthpy ah'>
Saturday after 18 days In' North KosBowl- parade t I dWINTER"IfJ y...;

y' ,, Florida Regional Hospital Her son,

f Charles .Fields visited! her<< on Sunday. r ;'
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r o t \. !Mr. and MM. Steve Corner and ;, Ii'lho' I/..',.. SIMBroell. ; .

daughter of Atlanta spent Thursday: .....!! Sq\;. )

r to Tuesday with his parents, Mr and Sho".frlll11'" ",
I Mrs. Loren L. Conner. 9611.106.\ <:
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;:" > /Ml it. biw' pit! !S (0" i'-l; i r> '1 e' Ct
WINTfNCUJI.RANCF. :'MO. r w 14 9 tL
went surgery t-'nc'.iy n tr r, r r ; + ;
kegional/; Ilaspi'tfl./ dr
25 '. to 50' off

loiln'i l Iron Shop/ Ru-, W.A. Hagar ,dt f II ,', hi
";;.." Bradford Square 't'la. wad last Sat.iii'rl..v 'I., 'r. ..

.... Shopping CvntvrMr. '.gaebi! 1 of M.t..aod'r.. : .-. s I'i ,

.I : rrFr I, Y 964.5051 i 'se visited for>. i'' fl.I't '
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:".'';:: ,J ;" and Mra Richard Alk/l-e/ and wtN. .eiCLSAfAMk, ; 1''4',* L'' \.1 I r

children, and ji.
I n..11.... .' ..... v.._Randy.... _....... :. _.. .. .Brenda. __., __ n.of' 25.:; tc 5(1I M' ;
>. ..1" G,,,, ,.I ,'a n., II sisier-in-law-1' "'- Mr,"" and.M11r5'"G.H"! '"''t't"' "-"bo $',4-i 'I! tf I r 'A r !

AI41rC last r..tJ.c S.,u'lu, i I : / ; I j t 1 I I i i iI.
Eve Tuesday: C ,,,,, ,1 Jd3 .
Lyn Austere- .; j.'rrIIAr1.::: hcI"S'1601 -;('; i it t,r s m-} r-S+a. _

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Married i ir: 1,1 w Oc-: J-- ; ., 'jj' !1W-- ; : i't. :\fi::& i( (rrSHojoOrf: =:rr-u-T--:

,iU.df" !\ .. .' ,' ;= K'f-TSGetaii' uetcf .',rtSwlr' ..everyrclgf! fulc'ron'l'iCkand'
A caiidl'-l.'Rlii: service O! wfw-'u./ 4 :f ( .' entrr :
marriage r sn.ntlng' t tiiit '.: .." !;I y,4-: :Iy :Y'i ..!\ ; S''t I .- :,\IT;. .'In sffvvop9'"J) and oi',nleo TCC3AY:: AND fcVFP'tOA1': ,

Lyn Eve, ," Joseph Heurvr: i < was half .'.ji'.TiJay s: Vyv: w: ;, (1' r POp r I ,:t. y ". -_ rnA' ANG i'VEF1YDAY.
tdn cl rrt2aptht .. '. '''O 3} :.1 ml e'l:'itu.rl 1 : Pwu pr'cP5&eddf
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The; I)"Id<; is l JlR 'falJt:n1', /I'.' ?}..,;....._ t ', .': '1.! 'I foo'. \j"l '.-Mfliit. ..:] 1J Js'j => fFeF-lyori!:: tne: prints iCUwan1Noc'e' ?'b'nlftl1f"-cf wjs !in thei"

and Mrs [fi. Wi'ilirn.IIKI; (a1 i 'llc! ,i" I'7ertsarr" W ..ttc hon )r mcst Insurance.r \ 1 1I r I"" .1./ J

groom ii 'he son of ,.J'I...< '.,-.> I r 'oi<.',' .''.o' -d.. ., .,r4-, yoar r Echard Pharmacist '. ..
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Joseph '' .lord) ;.-r aij ,>,1..1' u. '- ''iigrandsrn ; ...-..'-'-.''I'' 'f 1IIb:1I"-:": ..'( JIo"VMi,, g1M, .. (U''If iOOr, ";" -f'r.. '. .''''; .'' ." ," -; :<. ..)> "J<'. ::;
of W urd .lira 'i A
Lawson ,ji ,-larktc t' .. .. I It't
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the double i ..r.j{ ""-:- m"'I,1,1'( : .; JiJ\\ :', ::. :, />- i I1i't
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Pastor ( Jr"1"'c -'lie.'M> '" ;' '.t'Ol!;; : I -. -'t:1'.I: : : ;,
'vtre \1,': :Shell-ill; :M/.K: 1\ W'.7. v... ,,:" : : > & iviey ;
Robert! :SejltMis '.VtJp.i: :. ','. or... :1.i.. ( ; ..7. I : I Ii
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Tbebncvun.n{ mtAr'are ". ; t-1 i j"-.t:: .. as w,* w4- 1 tr r I ti
father '-lIre. a ; ratiiional!( f tlfnd')K ',!'r { ". ..J..:. .....> !
qiana $!Uw'n wiih; long ;i'ic>; SK,> <' "<: ;jr.i. .. .;::.. l I
bodice, mandarin ool'r ufltj I "rl1'walsl ( ; \ I r itl } I IJ' nF.3.Yi .
N /e r. '! cl. Aa'wW;
The tour .rainiWH te".ir-i-' Y; :or ,i t r 4rw .
with lace Shed,(.: '! U' 'in\; ut Oi' iIII.- 'f'-t: q ...
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tip veil vmcd li-li ; )/ir.U'i! '- .;.. I .. I
piece h' 1'1"11"" ,(c. ,"lh, '..-" '1JI", '", ', ( ; .. )C '... : i .rff / I
l rilt, can cf. a ;-v.; aui"i) ;' t ..1! '-. "rIA,_ ,.f. lev.! J I N /VJ ,. I ..

whit .llK r41n'!> iIcr, ol-I ,, '! "" ..09 1I .....tIt.f; ,. ,0',1 t r f :01) ..... I / I ."" ', ". '. 7 ...".. ., 1 J Jk RG
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trimmer? Wit!' If'.et l t :ur.'! iu" "1. -:> ._. '1 ': > ..... .r.: '0.' .......1Ii J ';" '!> J J\.1"; '
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The mall ri" ui ...' -ni- t'H' I ECK.Ai'J I : '
'iji> >r v ; CDMTRI : < 'i/e.Lj;ron mdd
PaKr v r '\111\ j
dan sisterroo.'i! ,, RnoV.-.n]1 'swen1 .... ... .. w-._ --'---- I BBODORANTSHAMPOO = ,,
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naniona '' f
.uran ;'Jflv-'y: '"1'.1' '. ; : "
length coii'iian; flies >:,11.8. k",1 ..". ("Ii f-'I4.: -, ', ()"oi11o'S I "''rj'. I .,' ."," ,", '..... I 8go' : i "I "'\>t'"!

with einpicttin! : >>.-> .n ; -i-J.: > :.'", C.. ; t f it, ,It; ; mp1vn cobs (iCAft'f'I:>ncte ; u }!' I l' ,' R:: M
necklines They tMru" :1ff't' 11:r. : xf f''d'!' n i dCOnslrles. :. "bti.; ; I y'I. .I .. 11 .'

yellow silk. ; uses ::11"I.; .. ': ,- II r"M: I I' I.

flowers, trlll'n (d with Vet r'>>'"o' !.- t i: _"._ .. .. .. .. ... ...._ -' ;3Ci't 'J . .. .'.,. ;,'':
Shelley Manc-o'-l. (flower lift: !, -AH": .-, i .+ "..t4t.\\!, : '". -, 0\' '", ,;.. I; .
yellow HoorcnMth: cII'e .- ; ''il..c.'r.1f: :. rrC C ?
:- { n..Ui\ : C rf '. ..
(the briftesnia.os 5)'eerirledcirv"I) ; : :' 1 I'h"J' .". .,... ... ,' -.1If.'iMi'cS! ". .".i..... ) rW! -r--'" >A-" (1 "Jt.
1 ECKEr.I' .11' ; 1
wicker baskc'' ''ifmne.; : will clue' v :"''" t. ;:,'\ dencFlr. : ,di- ..,. } -I: I; :I'\if\l rl/ ; !! \, i
bons and ftli"u> '"''I1\i\ )yeliow;( ..;',;: iv. '''' 1 1' "'.:I';..IjI\... \ .,'tl" t hlureolOr; :Jt.'J,9'f : t"r k ; 'Y. a' 14\1. .1; 4 .1 :: 'l'itY 10

ruse petals. :.! '. 'I.IMI.1 !, ', r'J.rt'a.I1o'1d( ; .. t..d'1! $' .. .
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Andy JotVari.rolhefof J'i .
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was best nidii (;, O/IlKrHf1 ,TT! i "< "r.-.rr :;f. qJI oz.' ',,1gstoo m FI 36lf'; : TfitE ") t'5
ItoMa, intern i ; :Um'vaih, t'nit .!' '" t;{ .'i 1 it Gan: i \ X
ny > tnMiller + ... uelctaadadS'/ ; ,w. 3J&SAMESNACKUa ; ; "
anc1 Kony lioHf\. ;::'.11 ,, .-rwas r. : : .", "e. # ( I.
: '',.rtl'AIA '"' I'r 1 ,T1 'r.t 'b,& .... 'I ( .ran, ,

reception Braniloe: L.i'vruroa.A waS; held ,.n .V ':'J.-u t < ">. ;, i .._._. ... ._.. ,i ,,;'I''cols'':.' ..aotheshe:'Wlfy -.-- .,..,,... "_."': ..J. 1----'REI.I t.:. .'.'ndcrna 79' ". .. \ -:-

fellowship?'II! unr.iof1''; '.fel'! t'oi.ov' ) iiri -. <-" : !S.
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the cereint'>n> Jij: ; aeadlM J :... *_"'!(' T rgH5 \\ rr SEA3.SEEZEANTISC.PYIO _. --.. (...""rt.ot. r..h Uts1 .'! O.'S I ". ;

Lawrenc.- 'sets!;-J the; n'.vsis! I u h $ !:r jj ..__.. .. ..w ___- .. lflA \ .-,\ I I ,.' f _' I C". OI.1' .. '" .... !, .. .::..
receivng' lir.". :c. liV/, r1-. 'ivq! Hi.i :1 : II' 7...... "
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were tile pn- 'it t I" of (hr; : "r'd"! ,,IKI .. ; ter .. \ .; rf a'l.ays'-.r- 2ft Jl' )r +nl 1 <'I. tdrd k, .
.groom: iI l.cI* !1'w'da, '.q '' .' "'M Y': 1 T1} .1", :';;'i ? A: .TTER: '\0', 111m. LlMIi : I ', arr.- rr'* *' WoO I 'r.t

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Carla Stowivlry 'ef-v' 1 ; I 0' .1:... I I "."".' "/ CIMMAMON.Jr.CI.YHSAR' : '
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loan Dc-bold. :Mrs .JuJ'M: !SO; <';'j ng. I I j --- ", r .i" .
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.Junior hoMi'.v-i ;: ivwe fct'rnr''I, vt;.. '..., ... ;'#, i. :: ,' '" i" Wqt.\1"1 I -- "
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f f .;r'1" ::OND"; CNER H ;! hUC(1LAYElF
:Su/ann; (' Sr.i: -'r, i\to.-! C: ,("I; rMeeks ':1 reylaA.y, : .iJRCa'r. I ......
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.Jrs Fiiye ( '.tsm (ri N i .'W 'iil''i!t, "r ?!_ ,' 1 89(' " htidy } ,1yt. ', .w ". nil ,- P HEARTS 'r"1 ,

The ciiupii-! !-I.HC' > II.-AI:,<. :,: .1 u iWv ., ; L f : MIT 1 JlIjlli"i i 'I| K" ll '. -"" :?,; I 9 ..... J.e.RE.,, ,." ...', ,II'. ) ,
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g'r\urns parents, wahel; : .' 'd !l.i, ,. ,\. 1-........ ..-:_..-. .,"r .t{ Ji ..., :: .l. A ... Jr 1I" _.r, _; .M '; ;,;t: .....f .: :
Oak Women's I'-llb. 1 i Fc >rU1: .

groom honor: **! at s'-->\. .', ::: ;;I' '. SurE u STA"C l'fF10t i
by the Jordan Afi(,rcy: :'!taff ;iv., ;.: ... ,, ,,; ;. r.S sWIP QOMCG.VITAMINS. I 03 MG. .
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Mrs. Harry Wca<< v4- and! :v'i ii"i\ for' r Irc "lrlstace "' -T '
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James Strayei .ma! the ." :!h:1'' T Si u: IaI: T fP3 .J: ." i ...' Ct nlgegtardaa: f- ,: .I:' ;

lay School (Has: q t Fiat Hi.-1.-; .1itairnr, .. 30 i r-ns' t :.. .". '3Iamlr.. cough ,VaIy.Igle''ss! ; "ioIJ need! it very Im 'vl11't n"If', f.1 I .......-" '. '
Church. The Lrldt! : wus ''sti lii.iivr'-ii ,f s'l..p'es a.Uo''''', s"ppl h m2ns atVI ) -dvi' High-dosage C: 3 5 gra'rI f'r rwr'' ; J'- .
p r I rJU$ WI..aIJ"' r ," r? 21 suliaa ue' t "Ihh.1 ,,
< ecOnoh"el" trr fornuia Bottle J -
hy showers given! b> Mrs ?: ti ; u't' ula B ot .
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cock, Mrs. Ju-Jy f>Bie q.d ''x'a ) 'fJM1tb'e3.' I at t icoiatdletso t' I '

Naomi !Hart ana Mr*. Carle! ';)! '.'', ?, r I _- lLJe : W-J dpyti "II '1. ,., ,, I t 'OH I"t, .
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Afrs. Maurc Cone Ira. Oss.t' ': >'.- A: : : 31 ; J I4'Y' I .f9 I ,
Mrs. Carol fr'rwWu ..! .V" .- I 0. t, I r7iiA I !=p'- "'
things U: ; Edna Laf.'ixja. ,1.- j1. '1) : tff... 1J' i IL c..' .. ...! i ffI I. t .1",. ."

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Cadet Ken WJiitohend: has reds: .1 dto '> .

West Point after "p! nrfirc "" i{ ri'. ]-..-. 'Tf.. .<.I., uun.ei* Cough iu IA& -..-\--..-. ..:.. --' -, ', --.--i------"-. ._.-... -- ._ ... ._-_.- ., : ; '

holidays with his pare's!. '.,!r : < P'J'ttrtvilf1'-,1rr'ff"O"foo'3' / axpecturintfotm'.la / .Iui ,
Mrs. L.K. '..head l a-. 'rYSdi! .i'A, ? !ndl".lNJAAamth! u! TONIC r MO. '
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Mrs. James BWtv.s eu V' '?. k L': f r.. ,J 11 Je e .1. ; ; De ) 2tn.ft V"f j >I 1X:1rti JI. ':" I'::1 7n. I.V S1 qAMC/ -- ':v''..
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(Hardy, Mrs. 'oli't V, Or.T.Mrs; ; I '' "itra lllpnatranph! : I ...1,1\ 1.' I
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VV.H. Thomson Mrs. S .H! a'.1 'N: *)1f!, :.4.lJ Incrc00'V: ,' a 8bjl1t,, For added C-J Extra-sirnngth,, :: ".,'. ',-.(' ': '

:Mrs. Robert Hall! eid, !M..i. Gr.nes .-. ._ A..'_....... _. ,..' .. _......_ r-- ___ vtl.rr.lrt BIlo, : I'or(1"pp:( ,, oI\tt: : J, role r slllla-ce.! tl 30 BNtlgorffp mg (IWjiets) : ;y', ,,If. (/ I i
.'<, attended the Pr sloerl, <.\;<" itil uRrs, ; ::' .4 Mt'Of1100. y v ., ,rrnlC'i .
: of district four "I"'"'Vv/C IUTCeon; ';o'l.J! "" ,,"...:'.,: I',:;;O,wy-"Z:. .\IrI.., ''Irp1AtIwlw TERPIMHYDRATE ':6vs ft f .. ; ',. '.1-: : j ,.Q I t1. I' (' ,
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Hampton Hihghts .....---.--..- ."...--,... '''.........-.--......-.....................',..........................."...-........-.--. -, .. .''.. I..,".'".-." ...... .......- Teenagers I ;. ; Charged
Their next meeting Is set tar Feb. oat : celebration on Jan,9 with a decorated visiting his brother, Eugene, In. .;. tchooIMenps With Careless Driving
7:00: p.m. in the Water homev '' cake made by Ruth Meng who with Gainesville. :<:"Students lit Mrs.!.Mlndy McLean's
by Dolores Menu ." t ,* '. Paul M"g Joined In the festivities. ., ,+ih- tadl': \<'< 1l'wh4wrete! toefluabe',.. ? Two male teenagers were charged
Plume 1IJSHIIIHiiukmwMIe Condolence .' Also-there celebrating were Harold( Hampton Elementary Schol LP'. :vlnrwfed, :thfcwptfejn.: ,the Bradford' with careless driving and speed too

Sympathy is extended to til*. Waters and Louette Smith of Starke New Students. Eleifterilary t Schools are,':Cindy Frey fast for conditions after their cars
; relatives and friends of Ethel Lynn Waters and Timmy Gaskins of New students welcomed last Monday ( Denis Curtis,'Sterling Nichols, Roy were involved In two accidents with
'rhe praclfard County Bookmobile Swindell who died last week In Plant Starke, Doll Waters and Tim were Ruth Underwood in Mrs. Payne, Melissa.Schuck, Holly Hinz. two other vehicles on West Call
accommodates the Ilarnp!on area by City at the age of 96 years.She lived In Holloway( of Palatka. Ernestine Denmark's 6th grade and Pam Rhoden;Doug Williamson Billy Street 75 feet west of Christian
parking every Tuesday from 12:30: until Hampton until about five year ago her sister, Sarah, in Mrs. Jean Jordan, Terri Kennon., Quinton Ford, Street in Starke at 11:38 p.m. Saturday -
2:30: at the Post Office. Lake Tina. ,l Branham; Bobby Chewning, Jan. 10.
when she went to be with her listen. Hampton Clark's 1st grade class. They formerly -
D.vlcrParker. Tina Stewart Sharon C. 16, of Lake
She will be remembered as a matt Birthdays attended Hampton Christian Stephen
Senior Itut'iis delightful cheerful and energetic -' Diana celebrated her birth- Academy. ..Godwin.; Dana Underwood Brian Butler,was not injured but damage to
The Hampton !Senior Citizens Club person Hughes Devil Donnie;Roberts and Tom Cun the 1974 Ford car he was driving was
will hold another meeting on ( day on January 7. .
Friday ningham. estimated at $200.
his 19th birthday Birthdays ,
Mike celebrated
Jan. 16, at 2:00: p.m in the City Hall. Happy Anniversary Meng S with delicious- Jimmy Loiacano celebrated his The niaaJ' r next week (found Damage to a 1970 Ford pickup truck
January a
All over 50 arc invited to attend and on elsewhere In''.this newspaper) were owned by Rosie Addison Prescott. 40,
Larry and Tina Woodward ..dinner prepared by his mother and attended 14th birthday on Jan. 5. '
enjoyl I also','writtelt'.by'students: In Mrs. Jacksonville that legally parked
celebrated their third Wedding:Anniversary by family members.. Kindergarten teacher, Clndee of was
which occurred on January Chris Meng celebrated his 18th birthday Lawrence, was honored when her .M Lean'. 4th grade class.They are: was estimated at $750. This vehiclewas
Ml (HiI .TrM Carter,Robert involved In both wrecks.sin .
11 by dining students y
on Saturday at the West which occurred on January 12 sang pyBirthday'toher
The Hampton 4-H Club met Monday Coast Seafood Restaurant. In by going to a movie with Donnie on Jan. 9. Later in the day she was Moorhead. :Jimmy. Long, Nicole the first mishap the 1974 Ford
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Griffi*..Becky Watson. to another
Gainesville. Brown on Friday, eating a big dinner presented with a floral bouquet sent Clark Cindy car was attempting pass
Harold Waters with \9 members and 1 complete with birthday cake with from a friend. When she returned ,Polly Woods,.Timmy Slater Michele vehicle and struck the parked pickup
lender attending, Brenda liawek led Birthdays family members on Saturday. On home she was pleasantly surprised bya Woods;;' Billy Home) 'Jennie Rhea truck In the front, according to the
the 411 PledAe'and Paul liawek led Johnny Bellflower celebrated his Sunday he celebrated at his brother gift from her Southside Elementary Amy Custer, Doiina Peeples, Rob Starke Police Department,
the American: Pledge. The various Powers and Mark Rhoden. Randall Claudelle Reams 16, of
birthday on January 7. Lawrence's home with a delicious friends. She had a nice cake and 1 **
projects were discussed/ along, with Brenda Bawek celebrated her. llth. dinner prepared by Teresa. Then.on celebrations during the weekend to .-_ ._ / Starke was not injured, but damage to
upcoming events [such us,, the Brad- sedan he drivingwas
Ford was
birthday on January 11. Monday he and Larry Stone concluded make her birthday a really the 1973
ford County Fair in April.p1"1IIIIJYII1M..W Alice Faye Waters had her birthday the festivities with gifts and memorable day I fj 0 ummn estimated at $900.
-'''' Tracy Bradley celebrated his 10th James Franklin Shirley 60, of
: T III --- .. birthday by entertaining a group of ,' -' Starke was not-Injured but damage to
:: the 1979 Chevrolet sedan he was driving -
PUBLIC NOTICE, friends at McDonald's in Starke on "
January 13. i.The\ ] was estimated at $300.
The Mayor and commission of of Starke propose to Happy Birthday to Earselene Zimmerman '' In the second mishap the Ford car
the Title I teacher, who. was traveling west on Call Street.
file an application to the Department of Housing and Urban celebrated her birthday on January average_ washing .ma- Reams was attempting to pass the
chin I.. .lJollt 11 year Chevrolet car when the Ford car
14! ,* :, ::
Development for a community Development Block Grant for struck the pickup truck which was
bounced off it and struck the
Fiscal Year 1981.cortimunity h parked
.. CHRIST L i A9l''' Chevrolet car, according to the

Development Block Grant Funds are Intended to Starke Police Department.

either penef low and moderate Income persons or serve to prevent CHURCH; .
or eliminate slums and {
Pastor Glen Schml. ge'.473.2419.. ;
Pursuant to the regulations of the Department of Housingand "

Urban Development, a public hearing will be held at the RJE Church Service.Q:3p;; :: AM

cafeteria, at 7:30: p.m., on January 26,1991 to receive public comment m '

and citizen participation In the. 'development of the apeplication' Keystone Lion's; \Club. ;;:

for federal assistance *Sunday School and Blbt. School'B. AM ; ,.

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BRADLEY Bess Bussey
ftij DUAL BURNER' "' BessBussey

GAS To Preach SundayAt

SnuantNestea ., =:'c" o'' : Methodist ChurchBess
.!" ::: : 'r GRILL
1 2? fil '' wilt
Bussey guest
100%.teaNESTEA I \g Automatic-Ignltor.Dual. ." at the 11 a.m. service Sunday Jan. 18,
stainless steel burners
: ,
tIll' at the First United Methodist Church.
I 308-sq.REG. $179.95 cooking area._ Miss Bussey is presently associate
, i council director for the Florida Conference -
: I ,.. Council on Ministries of the
13988 v UMC with responsibility for children
adult and educational ministries. She
came to this position in Nov. 1975.
VIP 1200 WATT DURACELL 32-QUART She was director of ministries.

TRAVEL DRYER "C"or"D"COCA ICE CHEST First United Methodist Church in
Griffin Ga. 1972.1975 director of
2sp *ds/3 heats BATTERIES I Removable, Children's Ministries, Mary Branan
No. VPGT REQ. $13.99 488| hinged lid.. ,,\ United Methodist Church in Atlanta
Alkaline cells. For radios
COLA 100% TEA Ieaaa ogsA" REG. $17.99 I. 1970-71; and US-2 Church and Com
pmci .'................ ra flashlights more. munity Worker in the Adair County
Refreshing MiswriaaiiATS .OOO Group Ministry in the Louisville Con-
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beverage PAc7139 ference, 196870.
129 Throwaway 1793-02.Jar.. FINAL APTINMlftATI COST> 6 99 THERMOS BOTTJ-E*.' '

.bottle. .,,.,
LIMIT 1 With handle No!.. V' ; First United Methodist

:"-ni, .'.; ; ';" 1f;; .'U'I. . I Church NewsDon't
"'... JlJt'v; :,. j"lW.' '1"I' I't ." ... -' 1' : forget the"Faith in the Arts"series

OUTDOOR ROUND ;g io Clowns from St. Petersburg, Friday
FRAMEDPICTURES 98 BALL PEN THERMOMETER o, o Jan. 16. at 8 p.m. (Please note the
..:. Instantfan-forced ,. ,,l"
:, .vAssorted colors. ... time change from 7 p.m.). Workshop
REG. 99' dual heats.Safety Hume read: .l 0 morning at 10 for Interested -
20"K24".Cholcaot. tip-over switch. ? 1QO ee. .y ; 1f' Saturday anyone
scenes.. REG. $11.99 : REG. $49.99 G REG. $2.8; ?a I clowning. in learning more about
59- ao
United Methodist Women: District
: 39"GRAN 11111 1111111'I I 33-GALLON Leadership meetingGainesvilleVanleaves
I '. ;".":--0' at 8:30: a.m.-return around
FILE FOLDERS PORTABLEAM/FM Heavy,load. I e. Sr. M.V.F. elects new officers: Jay
REG.s. Eaves Vickie Carvervicepresident .
i Pack of 9. 288 2-ply. ; : president: .
'RADIO ; Chuck Williamssecretarytreasurer
-i AC/DC operation. No. : and Jeff

99 W0(1(1eoleg A .J.: CI: ::p'. .. ..,, ,AFC 99 REQ.$19.99 y Lawson program chairman. All
Vinyl seat. ,.L '
1 0 9/9 9. I I DIAWA402 | *->\ "' youth and friends are invited to snack
REG.$13.99 r
1599 VIxf supper at 6 p.m. and program from
REEL& RODCOWfBO, 6:20 to 7 p.m. on Sunday evenings. We
QQ Metal gears 4 springn -; *> welcome Mr. and Mrs. John Dempseyand
''h KEYSTONEXR33* ; 7 9 loaded drag. Match.'i Terry Carver working with the
LIFTTOP STPOILTREATMENT CAMERA ? Ing rod. ">: %v;"'- J, r Jr. Highs, and Mrs. Glen Polk. Mr.

TRASH CAN .. I .' and Mrs. Desso Forman and Tracy
Heavy duty plastic in decorator Extended range \, Kelly working with the Sr. Highs.
colors Choice of:2 styles Add to oil or at oil change. capability. ': 't./{ / HOSE-END The newly reorganized Methodist
44-g1. REQ. $5.99 15-oz. REG. $1.89 REG. $12.99 ;'i Men's Club met last Wednesday New

-29 088 / i ,/ GARDEN SPRAYER ., officers are: Norm Conll president:
399 UMMMI'j ,,",-' 41. O 20-gallon with snutofff Jay Carver vice-president: Hank
-. IP No. 400.-REO-$2,1P: V Kyle secretary and John Dempsey.
;? : treasurer. Next meeting will be Feb.
11. New members and friends are

De= : welcome.Youth Choir meets at 6:45: p.nt-7:45:

;.,0- p.m. every Wednesday night. All
::' youth interested are asked to come.A .

'J-COMP COD LIVER TIP;'A-LIR CAPSULES LECITHIN> '' 1I I TA TRfAMINE. Contact new adult Bill study Lawson is being for information organized.

soothechapped Derived Irom( soy-
For major cold A t0,0001.U.Vdamin A burned lips.MoMuriilng .' 9 beans. Bottle of tisi F rsn* (fngltcliy ,
flu vlrussymptoms. A & 4001 U. Vitamin tool. 39 100 capsules. i "" a.ronnynode 1 Carole Stevenson
Munbachon.Bottle. capsules. '
N q> tulNr Christian Ed DirectorAt
y .
24 tablets 'etas.
Bonleo1100. rr
'. ".:.-:=.: ... ./ LECITHIN ? Methodist ChurchMrs.
::: ........-..,,- De
; rte '" 1'09': Carole Stevenson
., I .. Christian
217 -- I "
..: 375 .. ALLERGY work as the new Director of
. I ..::: TABLETS Education at First United Methodist\

De r \ :''';!''Ji'(0.! ; i : -- For the symptoms ... N r 5,'r"sp R PLAN Church in Starke on Jan 1. This is a
:.. ( ._ new position formed as a result of the
_;.;.r.-- of other hay lever & _+" .r7 1'RCAPSULES'! large growth and expanded
Pack of allergies.48. s 't ''for app tlt control weight ministries begun in 1980. _
,, 19e4'34 time.>ri lese capsules, Mrs. Carole McRae Stevenson grew
I .. in Starke and'graduated from
289 -fa3 \ 49 School. Mrs. Steven
VITAMIN B-6 CARE E Bradford High
Yep." ap son received her B.A. degree from the
WITH KELP (o BATH OIL rt University of Florida and her Masters
'j'-t '
LECITHIN & p11.0 *r"r" ,For{ '__ -- "!''.& -. In Christian Education from
VINEGAR Baptist Theological
1ncI-VJtlmln) E. ,
Extra strength r l ; SINUSHEADACHE Seminary in Fort Worth Texas. Her
torlnula.t001ableq' ,j } "i. r frtEJ4Ti1AaTptNl3TH' husband. Warren Stevenson is ownerof
Stevenson Construction Company.Mrs. .
>69 .1. Stevenson will be working
4. -'
For sinus &
3 AC NE-7 LOTION congestion ,-
; with the Sunday School
headaches. Bottle of 24, I ? ; program.
** A Extra- ngthacnM : L"m nursery, children and youth
,fb.-= Vitamin.ur oar.Bi. |% Pimple medication ., 139 ;t IN61 ; ministries. She will also be providing
** .wl.l. 0e I4
_"", p1CNE ,r'rr.:0onf.; ;Taa assistance ministry in the'and new'the' Young SingleAgainadult Adult

and Older Adult programs currently J i
being organized. r
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...1 Lady Tornadoes Challenge : '

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f. : 5-1 Buchholz at BHS Today /; .

r ",' ;" The Lady Tornadoes of BHS moved is in a scramble for second with all "The first half we stood around and" .
.. back into the hunt for the top spots in the rest of the league with Buchholzout tried to play Santa Fe's game. It was .
"" District 5-AAA girls basketball with a in front. BUS Coach Jimmy not as good a game as we're capableof .
/ 42.30 road win over Santa Fe last Thomas hopes to land the second or playing but sometimes you have '
I week and now square off with the third seed for the tournament dames like that and when you can win J .
league bully u district-leading thereby( putting off a game with em that's what helps your wonlost"Hope '.
: Gainesville Buchholz in a special Buchholz until the finals). Jackson hit seven of 14 shot
-.. : afternoon game today Thursday BHS hosts'. a prime contender,. from the field for a game-high 11
tI- _. Jan. 15, at 3:30 in the BUS gym. Eastside,. Monday night Jan. 19, at points, keeping her average at 19.11
Buchholz, 'which leads District '. but Thomas had praise for the rest of .
:::: ,.
.1 5-AAA with a 4-0 loop mark and got Lust Monday night's win at Santa the squad as well. "Mae Hollis (10
votes in the state poll with its 5-1 Fe dropped the Lady Raiders to 2-3, points three steals) had a real good
J. .. .' overall record, asked for today's 4-4 overall. It was the third quarter game Tracy Hankerson (six points.. ;,
..,... change,which shifted the game froma that did the trick as BUS wiped out a six rebounds) and Queenie Berry dida
.., scheduled 7:00 start.The reason be- 20-19 halftlme deficit by blitzing the good Job in the second half on the, \
& ing Buchholz's football banquet is set hosts 13-0 in the decisive third stanza. boards... Vonda Brown Janet
'-i. .- ..' 'ot for tonight.No 'We came out and tried to apply a (Williams) and Lorraine Bass don't
matter what time it's played it'sa little more pressure and did a better score much but they did a good jot).
big game for Bradford High as will Job on Felecia Black(the SF junior when they were In there.
all the remaining district contests if center who hit 10 points and snared 22 "We don't have many so when. .we
the Lady Tornadoes (now 6-4 and 2-3 rebounds)," Thomas said of the win it's usually a team effort.
Much of the Time Was Spent Standing Still... holds the ball while the'.)ogs slay back in there zone.Kevin in district play) are;get a high seed period. He also hinted that a locker .
As BUS held onto the ball against the racehorse Bulldogsof Howe (left), Eddie Thompkins (center), and Kerry Fisher for the District Tournament, set for room 'discussion' woke the girls up -.. C.. I ii i* i* : '.;
I Live Oak-Suwannee Frlday.llere Emmett Watkins (13) far right) of BUS also do the hamls-oii-lilps routine. Feb. 19-21 at Alachua Santa Fe. BUS after a sleepy first half performance. _r. .IS .nIO'I

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Overpower BHS BoysThe e

BHS basketball team ran into two free throws after getting hacked MONEYBACK I / P TEMPLE.ORANGES e .
two of the area's best teams-10-0( and inside on BHS's first possession. The
sixth-ranked Live Oak and 8.4 Bulldogs got the go-ahead bucket on a e r
Gainesville Eastside on the road fastbreak and never again trailed as .
last week and Just couldn't keep pace, Sexton ordered the slowdown.The GUARANTEE!
falling to(0-9 with the losses. smaller Bulldog five hung back
under the basket,hands by their sides SUPER SUPER
Eastside 61-BHS 31 much of the time as the Tornadoes 10 Discount23C
tossed the basketball back and forth FOR
The Tornado guards combined for a
outside. The Bulldogs did not come
miserable three for 33 shooting per- out to scrap; BHS refused to shoot .

formance and the at the result Eastside was gym a 30-point Tuesday from outside.It .., '+zI!, ." (: J
was 2.1 at the end of period one 7 8 78
Cakewalk for the host Rams (
9-4), now and the second BIIS started period the and stall the up again Bulldog in :: 5, ( 0GOLDEN.:FP' : ,, .

"We got! the shots, and I'm talking guards finally started to come out : SAVE 10. A LB SAVE 10. SAVE 10. .
after the basketball with 1V4 minutesof GRAINMACARONI
about right around the basket... time :
and time again we had the shots" the period gone. The stall was stop- : H. ,
muttered Tornado Coach Mike Sexton ped by BHS itself, however, when : IZID3 .
after Tuesday's discouraging District guard Steve Marks was called for : & CHEDDAR : SAVEIO'n .
5-AAA defeat. "It innefec- holding the ball over five seconds. 100'M' \. ,
was our SO
tiveness to shoot and turnovers." BHS got out of that without LO scor- .. ALL PURPOSE 3 L8S .PHILODENDMON OR POrHOS! 3 INCH POT WESTERN' PER POUND' .'i "

The Bradford front line (Eddie ing The, however.second BIIS mistake .came .. 7.25oz g EATING APPLES OR COOKING 68C PLANT $2 29 ANJOU 48 t

Thompkins, Ben Tankard, and Kevin when Marks threw the ball behind : BOX : IIIDICOIIA'fIYUO'. PEARS ,
Howe) didn't shoot badly,hitting nine Kerry Fisher. Live Oak took advantage .
of 18 shots in fact with Tankard providing of that for a second field goal, a WITHTHIBCOUPOn. OOODTHUMB.JAN.! : SAVE 7'A LB-PREBH lAva..'.PRCBN FLOKIDAGrapefruit RAVE 10'.FRESH! '
what Sexton called "Eddie's long shot with 2:41 left in the second COUPON THRU WID.JAI'I.WITH n.50 31.OR'.8'MORE. LIMIT-1 POOD' Green Cabbage. usl 5* .. . 6/*1 Mushrooms.1 '
best game of the year."The 6-4 junior period. With 1:27: left in the half Live U ORDER.TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED. SAVE! 11*.rHESH FLORIDAOranges RAVE M.705 PRO. .
hit seven of 12 from the floor to lead Oak got its third basket,a longer shot I. .. ... ; RAVE'0' PACKED! PREtH DAILY .
!! .. II' 5 88 99
the club with 14 points and also snagged from the left corner and led 6-1 as the .... . A Asstd. Greens '. Slaw or Salad. sAa48CREX
is of the team's 30 rebounds. half ended. UBI as / s -
"Thompkins has been leading us on After halftime BHS couldn't hang
the boards right from the start. lie's onto the ball even without Live Oak PANTRY PRIDE HOMCSTYLE OR FYME TASTE .
the only one" getting on the boards consistently pressure and the hosts got loose, SANDWICH I'ZI iRIC RIMS '.\-
Sexton noted. gradually extending their lead. The BREAD SWEET
Dogs"won" the third period 12-4 and BLEACH PEAS
Live Oak 42 BUS 13 dominated the fourth quarter 24-8. DETERGENT

A Bradford High stall frustrated Much of the damage was done on free 3/$1 3
Suwannee High's undefeated throws. The BHS stall had the 160. 76os BOX 18oa$1
racehorse of a basketball team not Bulldogs upset but they regained LOAF CAN
allowing the sixth-ranked hosts to their composure as the game went on. SAVE 18' :Ave 1rP
show off their run-and-gun style, but Marks was the leading scorer for ONE 7 9 !Rwrn $ 199 \. .
In the end the Bulldogs still had too BUS with six points while Eddie BOHEMIANOLD GAL "'1ff.. .
much firepower for BHS, winning Thompkins topped the Tornadoes on >"h)
42-13 in a game played at Live Oak the boards with eight grabs. Bradfordhit FASHIONBREAD SAVE 16* SAVE 80 "of .. ,

Friday night.Jan. 9. Just 5 of 24 floor shots just under '. :.,-'
20 percent.
BHS Coach Mike Sexton went to the ------ ',,1'
delay almost immediately against -
Live Oak's 3-2 zone,choosing to chew $119 AVB! to. ,(..CAN AVB BO. ISw met ins .
141114.41H 16oz 2/ fllIIIll'tAvor0Z9 0 0
up the clock rather than watch his 'I LOAF Libby's Peas. 39 R.C. Cola -IT
team get blown out by the 11-0 'H'-H...O-I-,. Fliliw .-.-.. M..12.5. Carter '
young state-ranked district rivals.: 1-0-1. W.lUnt' 0.0.0 I...... I-O-I, Wi....... ...... SAVE 10 AVE!JO- 13 CT.REO.OR W/MARBHMALLOWS SAYS aw. 100 CT.pArmrr Puss o I?
First Bradford took a 1-0 lead when tohl.02..Oak-.11.LI. .J.K..4-1-10.C...."y 1.0-4, Parry a--!*. NeStle. HOT COCOA MIX 119 Tea 'Bags . 'I39
Kevin Howe knocked in the second of f.,"101,PI.r..,,,1.t-IO.ToloJ. 14-14-41. SAVE 1O* .PACK PANTRY PRIDE! PECAN! DAVE 20' ISM BOXSunshine SAW 8D".12..PIT

Twirls (ICII'II'IA"oN,2$139lAve SALTIMES 69 Coffee Creamer'149 :


..................................................................... Bread ( H-A..PART.269SAVE EVERYDAYRAVE

I 2 Early Games Friday Hard Rolls. .89* Instant Potatoes.59* Bounty Towels couMtBBDesrcma. 88 ONLY )

Before Clower ConcertThe I.. EI : 6 ROLLS I.i'" L

Tornado JV and varsity basketball BHS Varsity Coach Mike Sexton is BLEACH
teams will get early starts Friday encouraging the student body to get
evening, so Jerry Clower fans can out and support the Tornadoes in their $129
also be basketball fans before the 8 first Starke appearance of the new 69 '
p.m. start of the Clower concert year. Advance student tickets QEMERIC! ;
slated for Friday night at the BHS available at school will be 50 cents, GALLON
football stadium. compared to $1 at the gate. "We need. SAVE 4' SAVE 30.
The Tornadoes will be hosting the students out here to watch us playat .t r 11.M.1.HA.
Macclenny-Baker County in their home and we're trying to set it up anmC. "noM" ... I
first home game since Dec. 16 with so people can watch the games and SAVE'.as SO.FT. x-fi"oS ns. %": ..rr.Ca Cooouu.onion om XTY otnon *.*.. t t1 ,
the junior varsttys tipping off at 5:45: then go on over to the Jerry Clower Foil (ALUMINUM) 45 50 :Wise Ridges. "Slip.0 ,*1 19 PCmOMAL ala! 4 BA Ra COMET l NR38C '
p.m.and the varsity contest following show. Sexton said. "lie probably SAVE 10. I9O CT.BANDWIcsSags SM PACKAGE-WISE CRUNCHY IVORYSI t a
close behind (around 7:IS). won't come on 'till 8:30 or so." . 59* 69' Cheese Doodtes.109 SOAP 79 CLEANSERSUPER
...S........I..........Q..IJ.........I..J......II.I..I..II. SAVE"JO-1201, OREEN! ::
IAV.'I' 2O COUNTBounce ,
Mouthwash 99 .2- PARSICIOrtENeR.99 UNIT 33o
SAVE I3.J20.JARMayonnaise DOWNY : ';
SAV.'D'CHICUfiNOODLa $ 19 q '''.
Sports Calendar for Next Week : 9 9 *i" Soup Starter. 99 ZEST SOFTENER : '

Thursday. Jail ISsvrobMII -. DISH LIBBY'S :s' \!' : ; ,S .:( 'A$Ol i 'g'se ,.ttF': .. !
at BHS girls basketball((3,30)) DETERGENT CORN I "-, :.
Friday, Jan. IsSeller -. .
.. Ce.of IHS JV and varsity' bays bsikvtball (JUS 7:11)Menday. ) ( ) 49SAVE COFFEE RE lpi16oz (
.. 32oz 39 R.PRROI..o AD.e. HAVGALLOM ,
.J_. IT- LIQUIDSAVE CAN wrrtf ruts coupon oooo THw Wi1D JMF 7RIj Nj
taatslda! IHS I''Iris basketball..(7iCO) 10SWITC. THRU**B_JAN.SI.IMI, ,
BAYI! 10" ,
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Clay Ma> ( ; )

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Thursday. UOS ,
QuI Ban wat(Ceeth '1811)) (7:30): 320SWTH WALNUT SHEET '. "
ref...... Golf and CewMry Club)'
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; BBS Wrestlers Drop 2 Close Ones .$


shrugged"We keep coming close, but..." year Middleburg High Wednesday, classes to Clay's, one forfeit, a aiit.y ,eo '. .,
.. f first-year Tornado( wrestl-! Jan. 21. Terence of) 12 points! and (he 'levltl ,
ing coach Lanier
Clyatt. the match :KIt ; r
He had won by just 11 pumts. '
just watched Interlachen Interlachen 43 BUS 30 was 21-20 Bradford's way in lht"''' ,.'f'" .
escape with a 43-30 win over. BHS matches wrelollt'd..and BHS hud leadb4 ">'S "tJ.o, _......... ? \ rA
.) Tuesday night In Starke, and a 38-ZT It was another loss but Tuesday of and 'T $ ,r .r _
I 1B-0 19-S: beloie Clay took ,
rod (, I '
loss at Green Cove night's contest did ;
Springs was just bring some op
trol in the weights. i,, :
six days old. The defeats, the closest timism with it, for Bradford had to upper ;
The fhl1llk1t'
early advantage (
. **unatches for BItS this forfeit just two matches, its lowestnumber came
year, dropped '
to Pierce(
. Tom Billy Green Michapty'Mclufl'ie '!
the Tornadoes of of
to 0-5 for the season. 'giveaways' the young
/ and Saucui
Larry '
BHS now pins its best Season.
hopes for a first
win on a road match against first- Also, Greg Thprnton came up from earned the match's only JJIM PiCI'J ___________
4 3:04: flattening in the () t
an unbeaten :
JV start to win hy pin in
rM his first and lU-pouiir) | match while the others'j, : III
varsity encounter < .It-If I I
" Belcher and Kenny Bright both earned earned decisions Green I ihy 16.'J)/f I I
McDuffie (95, and Saucer (7.\>, I (
the first pins of their varsity .,
Weightlifting careers Belcher's coming,;( in just 43 Neal Coleman also earned Ritz r.\\ \) RIt
seconds. points with a forfeit win and Kninclh- !.\ (1.j
Opener is Billy Green kept his individual Bright fought to a 12.12 draw nt 171; J, .
losing the ho wu4)! ) r
victory ) : "IIt''lk
mark clean ((5-0)) with a pin too with
;: Set Back the other Tornado points? provided bya moments penalised( for an illegal hold in lie I lalt,Jfa tip' "
.. .
. forfeit win for Michael McDuifi at ;.j;
132. In a battle of tough 141 !puundars. Interdiction" roitloid 10 "JS ," ,
u.The official for the 101- l.O.end (III) d.e. '1..,.. 10 li 101 Koyol pJ.N.rra.2d. (II/ pjnSi.r
opener BHS Ram senior Tim Lambert improved
.; IK-I GilliN((1"1)pin S.,..e.1:9$ '
Xvclghtlifting season has been pushed his mark to 11-1 by nipping HI IS McUUr'll (INS! ) won 10".". II*. O fHORNtON(Dull '"
I' tack one week, from Feb. 14 to junior Larry Saucer (now 3+11 05. fin Annumlo 1,19' I3tkllarj II)pin II. Calomon Hi, *.:
Wednesday, Feb. 21. Interlachen improved to 6-3 with Ml- T. ((1)I) d... Soucor 6.., 141- Cr""., (II)pin' v'; 0' 0JJ
'The .I...o. i4., 141 rmdlf|r1Ht)| pin' Wllb.iton, ,JJ Ill.\ +I'
.. Tornadoes match the win !
strength with Ram 101 pounder Karl IRIOHI (IMS) pin forty ).I.| IU Cromuot ,1)I) pin, '
I against the class 4A Englewood Ramson LeGrand moving his mark to 1.1-2: and lnlnd.ll' ., tn, ,McCoy(I)won torfoll Unl AdHn.l( ) f.. ,..., ., ..,'
the 21st, with meet time approxfmately Larry Cromer pushing his record to von forfoll. 11""<'
. 3:30. BItS has nine meets 9-2 at 148. Uckwood Junior' V.I Ia",,"''" IIS K HANDOIPH (IH()> pHlfiji!: ": '" 1 :' h w.k,, .1.. .

scheduled before the district and In the only JV match Bradford's Cia,II. r).odlortU' r;f u.n _..__._.. h ). ,
. state championships, with four at Kevin Randolph won by pin in 1:56: 101 MSICI (BHI) ph ft.d Wllll 70h,: lot- N: ).::
borne. IMAN (INK won forfeit, I It. I. CRIEn ((1"1)) Joe -?:" .
A". lloudord 14.7| IU Anll....(C)doe, J. owt.ll lt I M.,, ', ,' i 'n ( ail tin the Mat
ik:: Clay 33 BUS 27 McDUMII (IHS) d.<. loiVtdol. T.SI, 134. ........ (111)) .'J Y!:
INS W.I.h'tlffln.Schedule I .... '" i I' /oIiltl) )( and sideline fitinrtcrti.ukliiu 011 night'; ; >"-, anfrom( left to right): Jeff lirlchrr and
doc on **..".a 71* Inglomod H In the Tornadoes' closest wrestling 14*. Crulchll.ld' (CI d.c. ..... 3.2; ISO. Boll (C) wuAl\M, .1, much muting "..I"AuillJIII.( i > .I ,. i'> .',"ll < I" ,lll It CUle l Childcrs iilandlng, and Injured
1. J$....J v.lomoro.. H match to date Clay High's Fjlue Devils\ I/I.K. nKIOHT((1"1)) .,,1 Orion, (rC) I 12'12 drawl; I II"" I' vn'stlvi-( KrnnViilil., ( Brian Davis and Greg Thornton
A ,
ib.1. CI.p Su.rd HII" H had to have every one of the 12 points !II' ColonunlCv.anli, ) > .10272- SnlihC( )d..U1111w4PN12.2i .l I", f' 'n toll/c/ luilnfi one of Tuesday! / siuitix! 'ito.vnvoti .
*...' 11 tout*I* A handed them via forfeits to turn back : Unl. Wright( ) won '0:
, *. II NorrtiMorfon A the Bradford team last Wednesday .High JV 20.BroalorrfoIII
Ie"2. Saks C. A OII..rCpln( ) r." ... Ii47i tIS to..l! (C Joe
/land .,N.M..IIIWt.1 night in Green Cove. Boldom 100, 110. O THORNTON (INS) pin V... 1"III I
M... II Mlrfdlokwg H Bus had to forfeit three weightS 130 lop.,(ICI)pin a. D..'.4i44, 140,MooJ.n d... N.
,"'. :'. Colomon 10 4. iRtJ1J' 01lU3v0 I

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" Tickets Available day tournament starting at 10 a.m.
and a Tang Soo demonstration at 7
For Pell Talk p.m. that night.

Tickets ate: unfit dv.nUhlP to the The demonstration will be by the

,,' public f.r Ihf bucK Clubs! season audit ; b.mguft; Pak's karate and his black belts.
l huh feature r I' coach'' Chrfile.v Tickets, which are being sold as far
-.7;' 'dhII Pelt. away as south Georgia and the

The steak dinner l):lJ'quit' I I is &i i in- Jacksonville-Fernandina area arc $4
. >tls next IhurMlay. .Jan i': and ti,.Kot I!> on advance sale and will be $6 at the
.'.. i; w i u not picked up by ',"''nil) irem'Vr' :,, are door on tournament day.
r MARKET STYLE available at II cost oi $10) through Call the Rec. Department (9646792for
Judge Kl7H': Scindets :it >\\w Bradford more information.
a PHI will bein Sl.rk IFIO .neat( two Exercise Classes

5 WHY Thurbduys, JJn' 22.lilt!: l2M as hi.vultinc}
Open AgainThe
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/ a nit then for the Bra'llcuci! IIiUh'SchoolAll morning exercise and aerobic

". SUPER I_;y=I ( S(1PER Spoils! Club fonilul,' : b,.riiu't| ,.itStaike dancing classes offered by the Starke
Fjeinentay'S..deteria<< on ""he Recreation Department for free are
3 S LB AVG. 2 TO 3 La PKO. DISCOUNl OVER 3 LBS ",,,'',, I "., ,.1.It.,.... 2lh.!} back underway.The .
> 1.111 i iNSTi
. I ,' ? 'fhe Ql3 ( 1(11)I'! : Istartatt330pill ( regular exercise class is held
1 at t I the St.1 rl\e 'mil; in I fVinlrvC'luh from 9:30: 10 a.m. and the aerobic
C C } '. with J [but .i'! i uJ'i: |i m Om dance class from 10 11 a.m. on Tues
98 98 \,,... tie 'Flulhf ner is al 7:10: : |II in 'Mil I : the program! : day and Thursday mornings at the

! .i I",..'-.. I lartingal, 1311: p m Old Armory.
LB LB LB A capjftt: "'"'Uwe'i i is also I annoipiited '
I .. for" the BCS(/ I Ki >ibill: !! Banquet

f SAVE 20. A LB SAVE 40. A LB SAVE 30. A L.B ..J ;r; L"YaPI sponsored) by 1 II 1 1't' :'pnl'l'I ,'Juth Ceramics Class
\vl.i'-n lilts tootbal!
1 't( banquet, in
: ; H (JnftA.DE and cheerleader: awards: will bepresented Closed for Jan.
8BAVB" Jtf At USDA CHOICB ,.... pAir
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. .c ube d l'S"tea Ii.t.. LB4Z ..." 'Be et1dl'SteW.L53 i Sliced Bacon., $138I MS i'Jth at: Staikc l"uu\ 'nt,trv Sc'ioul Did Armory will be closed the month
,,. .. ..., ....... i R J i CAfetcrid A fried oliilfltt'ii Mlfrp'of wiih!
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, Chuck Steak. Lls.l98 Qtr.. Pork Loin. .1 L.ao1 Slab Bacon. Lag() night, Feb. 2, with reopen sessions from 7-10

........*A La .."OHM I .1'1L 984 I Il'tai 11The All SPMI'.t'| ( :.. i-, asking" ill''I p.m. on Monday nights and from 9

VALLEY UtLf BLADB Pork Butts .. LIS 90138 Neck nes. .1AVEjuAiti 7 8(: : : parents and t'lirtt memhwi, pi.uiniiijj a.m. noon on Wednesday mornings.
Chuck Roast. LB ales ritf RH TLA [ : :: : to gl to I rip bllKjdft: l ", ., ,ui.M...... ...ALL...,D..1,.....coun'r.I .'ITYlf, DADA......PHtPllflMOrMIIlt l WITH MIIM Lfllt THIOHH'.Vfl fK-H DBKMWTM It THE Ktli i.Him .: ", ,. ,', ." ""'" David nurse r'M (,i i70 al! the Seats are Open
V. Ki. LB.OVRO..... oa .... $ Ill II"" '." "u II ,
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UAShort LIJ-I58 Pork Ribs . LB Fryer PliO Ln ..aINAw .1QItrrR _. For Ski TripA
Ribs A L 4 P kYk I.I .., rYR.rap many people will dlt t tr"II!iK! ';in b,' made couple of seats are still available-
.. a Tickets $3 for c'lulI1wrnhl'r! aiiJ I
are > I for the ski trip to North Carolina the
.1.>1.4"0' OR $:> for non-nit'us in.", Staike and Macclenny Recreation

LYKES. SMOKED i2 Dtscounf .-.1 ,1IH' -r ;.: ."'" AU) Department have jointly planned for

PICNICS. CENTER CUT BEEF PORTERHOUSE ..;..a1PIrYP, ,mAO Karate Displu.v February.
: The trip to the Blowing Rock slopes
ft/.1\.E. .) HiCE
SIRLOINSTEAK OR T-BONE Is Sat., .Ian. 24 I in the Appalachian Mountains will be
(pHSCotmrl 11 (: /
8 ,1'I S The 2nd In it.iti) <.n.i ; I Iin ;..'.> I 11, (the weekend of Feb. 13-17 with the

6Tflb LBt:' c' .1 STEAK ':, 8' ' >'',, 'M.HI, 'IK( will beheld group leaving Friday night Feb 13,
:'I'II".r.&a. in Staiki .it >01 ti, !11-i ml> fl'..ill arriving on Saturday skiing Saturday
RAVE10'ALB1vLf : .,, VI in' School onSaturci.i: i "., i through Monday Feb. 14-16, and
: $ ? 98 The event iir ;'Ic.' : :' 'hc| :wt.tike returning on the 17th.

$248 .
.r.t.: ti Recreation f I'1'> i.I DI milprespnlcd
by f'"' ik ,in/ \< uli-ni) Call the Recreation Department at
jh LB I.coW "- .ON (,t Orange PUIK : u .;I' ill) %4-6792 for further information.Medicare .
4aAve eo' ''q.B SAYE 50' A LB -n

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SAWS. 10'. .....FKO.' .nrne SPHEAD. SAVE 30' 14ol PKO. SQUAlLS OR ROUnD BeW"' I! ...."pc<. s'flaAn

Quarters pleo.I '. '..3ne. Variety I Pack E& 91989AVB40' &. a I,'. IEDIT.St rs' .b9M pwr

SAVE ao--a.o.COP PANTRY PRIOR c" : 20ol HOT OM MILD SMON lDa'.i .
EVERYDAY 'J5fgn: .- 'I ('':1'1'(
; ,jrt;. .. Cottage Cheese. .1 Sausage (SUMMVLAND) 238l'oNalNATlon Bar. A.{+iiu .139

: AVB 40-.'l.o.AXtlROD WHOLE MILK SAVE 20I.OI CAHOLIDA PRIDE FHESH ,,......' ,-.'";.'.,,, .. )'
11'>' -p ; Ch $218 Roll 98 .I
PPEAGNI Mozzarella eese Sausage S'\\h,4'I'' \ .,. 8129 4. II I
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I i persons receiving

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Social Security benefitsare

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lave lo'.s mOZEN PANTRY PRIDE" SAWS(>'. to
Cut Beans. .. .. 39* Osage Peas.. .39 Rice. 4/l fir. Syrup.. . 89CPlza
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Cut Corn L A 3lBVWB Oranges49v NABISCO 709& ...,.... Soft Soap ( person: on fixed Income,

Frozen 1r. 1D.A Peas.PANTRY PRIDE. 3/l, Oven Cleaner. 99 e SALTINES Cracker: Jak..7P1 H&R Block has the right answer to this and other

iar'a.r 1 IerNT questions regarding special tax credits and

DEVILLE STONEWARE HEINZ deductions for those taxpayers.If .

BUITONI VOLUME nUMBER'aInFORMATION: ... Nr''uW" 4. ""tt:. OM .in you itemize the answer is TRUE.

,IlAVIOUo..AQHarn1'W""OHnYllIUATBAUI. "' T 23: f> 24 OF FUriK" YCXJR WE WILL FREE CONTINUE DEVILLE STONF.WAPE TO REDEEM' CCTKE SLICES Because these payments are simply withheld
WAonALLS COO YOUR PONS COMPLETER 6 YOU CAN PIECES PURCHASE THRU (: from benefit checks during the year they are

-: SAT.. FEB. 14. 1981A3 .59'
2 $1 $299 ( OF JAN." 10. 1981 WE WILL I ,, often overlooked at tax time.
150:1 FOR: EACH... nSTOr4EWAR000UPo Sl .)rA':'!

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Starke Rec. Department Youth Basketball. .

1-13 League Iukors5l -Jan 4.. Barry Warren added 16, and the the season, thanks to the second-place who hit all 14 of the Sonic points.
The Jazz, behind Levi Simmons and Bullets squeaked by the Nets last Rockets Monday afternoon in Kfilckii W. OiomJIof 14, P. pMMr; 1.
Barry Bos well l l, made a run at it but Tuesday to gain their first win of the Smallfry basketball play /od.n ,. Uwl' 1Rockets/. '
Itllllpt! -C'eltiCH 10 couldn't slow down the unbeaten season.
The winless Celtics came oh so close, Lakers Thursday... not with Darren 32.
Simon Mitchell ((18)) and Dennis Rockets 22- Knicks! Nuggets 22
but with Timmy T Warren: 20 Chandler, Stanley Brown, and John DeSue (12) led the losers. Roy Shane Jackson fueled the Roy Shane Jackson and Marvin
points and Barry 11 the David Francis! teaming up for 47 l ill.,., T. TyMn 14.B. W.....,. ,.. 1.J......" 4. Rockets' upset effort with 16 points Lane were both in double figures! as
w Bullets snuck by the Celt's by a point points for the league-leaders. N.t.i 1. Mitchell II O. D.IUO It, S. (IrnlMM 1. J. winning game scoring honors over thelosers' was Tim Lewis for the losers as the'
Thursday( Jan. 8. token!O. Ch.ndl.r 11.1.Lowe 14,JO.Francll 11,f.r Jock ".. Willis Chandler, who knockedin Rockets bested the Nuggets in a highscoring
Cecil Jackson's 22 for the losers led
Lakers ilawlts
2. 64 00 Smallfry League affair last
all scorers /..nn.. 1.. 11m...... JO I. lom.ll I.. I I. II......". .. A. Darren Chandler drilled in 30 ponts ...13..._. I.I. JcckMii 14. D, Pnncto ..S. OUIKM t.K .. Wednesday. .
1e lull.In T. Tyros 20, >.,..h.on 4. J.Martin 4,1. Warimn Jam.1 and John David Francis and Emanuel ",.. W. Chmtflw II. P. Cwtor 4. C. Tenant I. ... .... ....Jock... U. M. Iww 10.D. ',.ncl.4, I,

r C.ltlrll tl C lock.. U. K Oalnop. 1. llmmonl, 4. D.Ooluo Jazz 37 -Celtics II Brown added 14 as the Lakers over- iudluh Nu011Mn 1. ,.I.wis 10.M.It".d., t _.... ,
Nuggets 22 SonlesS d,1. I K
came a
50-point outburst
4,1. Galnp 4.Nt.ts The Jazz upped its record to 2-1 as by Robert llonkonlhlB 2.
Levi Simmons netted 29 points and Bellamy to pin a 64-60 defeat on the edro Carter, Mark Marshall, and
i-llawk.45l. : Isaac Simmons cashed In 16 for the Hawks in a battle of unbeaten league- Allen Porter split up most of the funding yy.i
Dennis DeSue rang home 30 points winners. eaders last Tuesday. points as the Nuggets bombed the Knl.k. ,.,
v ami Timmy Tyson bucketed 16 more Cecil Jackson and Rickey Gainey D>.Chntdlw:30 l.O.Fraud U. ..Ircnnt 14.S.Imwn Sonics Monday. N.ockoi..... |
as the Nets offset 40-puirit day by teamed for 38 of the losers' 44 .. N.5.SU P. Cmrtmr 1. M. Munhlll *. A.1.r t, K. 1.4lonlci |.|
Robert Bellamy and snuck by the Howlt.i I. .Homy 10. I. J....." .. I. '....II 2. It.Thorn. ItmkM.h10. I.
markers. ..3. ....Ic.. I.Hamilton I, C, Una, *,
hawks ,
last'ftlesday.Shawl Join L Slmnxml 20 I. tlmmoni 11. I w.1I I, A.
Jackson had l (the losers" other Jam..4.C.ltlMi. '
14 C. Jaekion JO, .. Ooln., It, I. llmnwni.. Knlck 22-Soilc8l4 The busts of Mount Rushmore -
7vc U.0.$.. JO T. r.on It, 1. Mltih.ll ID.Hawk. 7-11 League: Willis Chandler dumped in 16 points can be teen from
., R. B.llttmy. 40 1 Jncktnn 14, Bullets 48- Nets 10 Monday and the Knicks shook: off the 60 miles away.
4fY Timmy Tyson fired in 26 points, The Knicks absorbed its first loss of Sonics, or should we say Tim Lewis,
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last Friday nlj-lil.( .

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BUS JV up last week dropping the { ; : ., ;" ;
Baby Tornadoes to 0-7) lor the, year.' i : :,; .' .>{\! "

Baker County combs to Siaike Friday .' .... ,ff -
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Jan. 16, for an early game, ; *. ,
scheduled to start at 5:45: p m sof fllll14 .. d' ,,f.I .. ;." i:. 'q.1."I.., Wi. ........, ,, ,." .. "." ,.r.", ...r '.''H' !I
can see both basketball! and (he Ji-rr.v( '\'..' .... "., -' ,*vi .. .
Clower show at BITS friday night ', t'':; ,
(no results were available (on I ho

BUS loss at Eastside! ) q'. .' '
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Live Oak 91. HHSr; .
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The Baby Tornadoes were ice coldin .::.h1i- .' .
the first quarto boiiiK out:scored
20-0 by the racehorse( Live Oak junior
varsity and even though they played q3'- .r. .
the Suwannee County team better .y '. '. ,
than even in the second period they p",' i
lost by a lopsided( count on the road (
Friday, Jan 9. '
BUS outscored Live Oak 2-J.2:1: in the I
second stanza but was still down 43-24:)
at the half and things got worse :after .:

intermission.Blaine Dyal and Mark Pierce topped :
Bradford scorers with lr> and U l gi 'NOW

points respectively but as a train BUS Yiiii P1u.
made just eight of its first :t3\ slv>ls.
Tom Johnson was I he: board leader
with six rebounds. .

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LEGALS ,.' J,.;., f Lawtev News '
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\ THE CIRCUIT COUhf NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S Stork.. FL 32091 Intendsto ,I ford County Florida at a serve o .'.copy.. of your seal of this Court on by Elizabeth Terry '. '

OF THEEIGHTH JUDICIAL register said fictitious regular meeting to beheld written defenses, if January 13 1981 Phone 182-3000 "
CIRCUIT, 'IN/ AND FORBRADFORD SALE name under the provision any to,It,t>n Richard E. Gilbert S. Brown a*
\ Notice Is hereby at 10:00: A.M. in the : ClltlRCH ACTIVITY
FLORIDA. COUNTY I I. Dolph E. Reddish giventhat of aforesaid County Com mlulbni! W.ltytilaintlfrs:/"'vvh6se' address, attorney Clerk of the Circuit Grace United Methodist Women met at the home of Mrs. Robert Lee on Tues-
a sheriff statut. Meeting Room Bradford Court by: Joan A. for the had 7 members
i CIVIL ACTION of Bradford la 954- North Temple Clerk day morning regular meeting. They present.
15th of
County Dated this day County' Courthouse, Bronion Deputy PERSONALS

I, Cote In, r.:No.Th.80507CA.Marriage of and by virtue Florida of Writ under of January.Starke, Florida.AD. 1981 t/IS In Starke, Florida on Monday Avenue Box 995,,Starka. Post, Florida3209I' Office V13 ",chg 2/5. Mr. and Mrs.: Pasco Wilson, of Jacksonville, visited their cousin Miss

I SAMMY LEO SMITH Husband Execution, to-wlt: 4tpd 2/5. February 2rr 1981. ; oft, or b.lor. 16 Elizabeth Terry on Wednesday morning..
VS PATRICIA JEAN Execution Issued out will considur 'the adoption February) 1981 and file City of Hampton li now Mr. and Mrs. James Anders, of Palatka, visited their mother, Mrs O.J.
6f County Court of Duval NOTICE OF of an ordinance taking bids for remodeling -
SMITH; Wife. th. original with the Anders on Wednesday morning.
NOTICE County,Florida pursuantto SHERIFF'S SALE relating to: Clark of I r this Court of a building! with the Mr. and Mrs. Benton Flitch of Starke. visited their mother, Mrs.Joyce Futch,

OF SUIT- a Final Judgment for Notice Is hereby given AN ORDINANCE TO .;then before service bids opened at a special (who is seriously ill in Pierce County Hospital Blackshear, Ga.,) Thursday...

NO PROPERTYTO Aetna Finance Company that I I. Dolph E. Reddish RELATING REGULATION OF SEcbN-THE on Plolnfltf attorney City Council meeting til Saturday night. Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach and his aunt, Miss
and 19
: SAMMY LEO SMITH against William R. as sheriff pf Bradford or Immediately Monday January Elizabeth Terry, spent Saturday with her. Mrs. J.P. Wyrick and her son-in-law '
a/k/a 1981 at 7:30 at City
Addre.t, c/o Safeguard William County Florida under JEWELRY METALS AND! thereafter; otherwise p.m.Contact, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter of Tallahassee, visited with her until
Roy Brooks Hall
In Hampton
defendant and Writ of
Factory; Toppohonnoclt, In the amount of Execution by virtue to wll of COINS: PROVIDING FOR o default' will be Mayor Honk lott at Lott's Tuesday. Terry Futch stayed with them. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch and

:Virginia, $2,871.40 together with Execution -issued: out REGISTRATION WITH THE ontoi'ed against you for Country Corner In Hamp. their aunt Miss Terry,returned home on Saturday night. Mr. Carter went down
YOU ARE HEREBY / demandedin
/ the state and will return later.
costs of collection. of Circuit Court of Brad. SHERIFF OF BRADFORD ton with bids.Ifchg .
NOTIFIED that an action Have seized and have ford County. Florida pursuant COUNTY FLORIDA; RE. the CoinplomlWitness hand, 1/15 Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green went to see their sister, Mrs. Margaret Blow in
for Dissolution of mar. QUIRING THAT A my and Orlando who is ill
In my possession the to o Final Judge on Saturday night.
rlagt has been filedagainst following described meet for Ernest RECORD OF PURCHASESBE Mrs Danny Luke and daughter Erin of Starke, were Sunday dinner guests of .
you Sammy Leo personal MAINTAINFDPRO: .. __ u u' _m__ ..
Smith and you are required property to-wit Copeland and against VIDING FOR A HOLDING her grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and.. aunt,
Tom:.Morks, defendant Sirooker News
One ( 1979 Ford
to >ecve a copy of (1)) PERIOD OF 15 DAYS Mrs. Daisy Bach.Wearesorry .
your written defenses, If Pickup truck I.D. No. in the amount of PROHIBITING ANY; to hear that Mrs. M.D.Crapae, ,Sr.,

any to It, on the plain F10GNEA6254'At costs 25058.00 of collection.together with ALTERATION OR by'Sue': Davis! Mr. Hunter and his scout troops continues to be ill. Our prayers are with her.

tiff's attorney who. 'the property of the Hove seized and haveIn DISPOSITION OF I'lionf l OT: .II:)14 have been invited to join the men on Henry Hodges and Mrs. Vivian Crawford visited

name and address Is above named defendantand the REGULATED ITEMS DURING liruokcr Klruu-jilary. this occasion. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Jeff

,George H. Pierce, PI.rc. 19th"that day on of Monday January the ,following my possession described pro'perty SUCH PERIODS; Everyone in Bruokcr, !get your taste Guest speaker for this affair will be Chapman and son, in Jacksonville on Saturday.We .
K- Hardy P.A. P.O. PROVIDING FOR INSPEC to hear that Mrs. D.R. Brown's
1981 at on. o'clock to wit: buds p"'pred.the" sixth grade will Deacon Roger Carlson of Dudley, are sorry
Florida drawer 1030 Stark., said day on the premises Lot 21, Block '3 .In' TIONS OF PURCHASED be selling plain and peanut M & M's N.C. nephew, Keith Day is in Baptist Memorial

32091, and file of the Bradford County Gahagan Subdivision In ITEMS BY A LAW EN an a lund raising project to earn Hospital, Jacksonville, and had surgery on Tues
the original with the the Northeast of FORCEMENT OFFICER; For day. Our prayers are with them and him. .
clerk| of the above Jail I will offer for sole quarter money an end-of-the-year I House WarmingA
before.styled and sell. to the' highest the Southeast quarter of PROHIOITING PURCHASE- rrncHiution Dinner". Your supportwill house warming will be held Sun Mrs. Max Newport and daughter, Barbara, of

January cburt: on 26 or 1981 other bidder for cash In hand Southeast quarter of Section FROM MINORS A PENALTY; PROVIDING FOR be appreciated.Dw.ine day, Jan 18, from 2 to 4 p.m., for Mr. Orange Park, visited Mrs. Flossie Rosier and'

b. the above described property 21, Township 6 Mot! and Joy Vellenga were and Mrs. Larry Hicks in their new Mrs. Mosaic Reddish on Saturday afternoon.

entered judgment against you may for of said defendantto South Range 22 East os AN VIOLATION EFFECTIVE; PROVIDING DATE. !named "Soccer Player" of the week home in Worthington Springs. .After We are happy that Mr. Cecil Hardee was able te

th. same appears of fur the older and return home( after spending a week in North
the relief demanded In satisfy the aforesaid YOU ARE FURTHER boys girls league. crossing the river bridge going
the complaint or petition. Execution. record in Plat Book 2, GIVEN NOTICE that a llonnie Scay and Josh Crawford are toward Worthington, take Hwy. ISA, Florida Regional Hospital, Gainesville.

Dolalt' E. Reddish Page 41 of the Public copy of said proposed ordinance players of the wot'k for the younger the first paved road on the right, the Friends of Mrs. Ray Rosier regret to learn that
Records of Bradford
E WITNESS my hand and Sheriff. Bradford County florida. Is available for SIWCI'r ll' fifth house on the left. she will be going in St. Vincents Hospital;

t lbi seal of this Court on Florida. 12/25 4tchg County 1970 Ford 2 dr. I.D. your inspection at the office Jacksonville, for surgery on Wednesday. Our

December 19. 1900.: 1/15. No. OA33H146272. of the Clerk of the |> \\'ui'tiiT Biin<|iiet .\rolllld1'IMrs. )\\" prayers are with her.

;,Gilbert S. Brown As As the property of th. Circuit Court Bradford The Union County Pop Warner Lloyd Barry has returned Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of Hotsville Ala., .

Clerk of the Court By: NOTICE OFINTENTION above named defendantand County Courthouse. u-isoo.iiion: ( will have its Pop Warner home after several days of tests In the spent a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Beulah Moody as Deputy that on Monday, Ih. Starke, Florida. banquet lor the liiiiu! foot bail teams on Hospital in Gainesville. Arlie Dobbs.

Clerk TO REGISTER 9th day of February EACH AND EVERY PER. i-'rlday, Jan. 2:) Ilf) 6 p,in. at the Lake Mr. and Mrs. John Green and sons Mrs. Max Newport and daughter Barbara of

ia/254tchg 1/15. FICTITIOUS 1981 at on. o'clock on SON having any Intera-tt But tor Community center. Children of Memphis, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Orange Park, were Saturday dinner guests of Mr.

::1;J t NOTICE OFINTENTION NAME said day on the premisesof whatever In the enactment l- tickets $1.50, adults $2. For more in- Alan Messmore, sons and daughter of and Mrs. Les McCLellan.

';, the Bradford County of this proponed or* >'':1 formation, call Gene Melvin at Alexandria. Va. have returned home Mrs. Wm. Wilson spent last weekend and this'one

> TO REGISTER Pursuant to Section Jail Yard I will offer for dlnance should appear 4115-134:1.: t after an extended visit with their with her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and

:\ FICTITIOUS 865,09, Florida Statutes, sale and sell to the and be hoard at the time parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Leslie Green. Mrs. Hal Hamilton of Jacksonville.Mr. .

<. NAME notice Is hereby given highest bidder for cash and place, herein linmki-r Cliurcli. Mrs. .J.K. Douglas and Mrs. E.B. and Mrs. Larry Norman attended Trinity

:;. that the undersigned In hand the above prescribedBOARD Monday thru Wednesday, Rev. and Crosby visited Mrs. Loca Whilton in Baptist Church Revival at Lake Butler on Tuesday -

:Pursuant to Section BOB J. ANTON JR.,, described property of COMMISSIONERS Of COUNTY, BRAD Mrs. Andy Moon will attend the Lake Butler Friday. Also attended the night where Rev. Bob Gray was the speaker.Mrs. .

865.09, Florida Statutes, Vlce Gainesville I >president said defendant to satisfythe FORD COUNTY Florida Baptist Evangelism: Conf"I'IIl'e funeral services for Russell Hewitt of Elsie Norman was a Monday overnightgueS't
Scrap Iron AMetal aforesaid Execution., of her mother Mrs. Lissie of
notice is hereby given FLORIDA. in'fampaWednesday Worthington Springs.Mr. Starling
that the undersigned Co.,sole a Florida cor. ./Dolph E. Reddish BY Gilbert 5, Brown there will be a businessconference and Mrs. George Davis visited Jacksonville.A .
Mary E. Grove, P.O. Box porolion owner, Sheriff Bradford County retirement was given for Mr.
doing business BRAD. Clerk. at the church beginning at Mr. and Mrs. Sam McGarvey in surprise party
703. Keystone Heights' FORD RECYCLING as 452 Florida. 11I51tchg. 7 p,m. Choir practice will follow immediately Lawtey Sunday afternoon. Paul Bennett, Jan. 2, 1981, by his daughters Mrs.
1/15 4tchg 2/5. _
Fla. 32656 sole owner North Temple Ave., after, Everyone is invited Brenda Beeman, Miss Rhonda Bennett Mrs.Jud}
doing business a.MARY'S Starke Fl.32091. Intendsto FOR THE BRADFORD COUNTY to come and joiii the choir and worship Norman and his wife, Mrs. Lorraine Bennett, ui
CREATIVE EX. register sold fictitious NOTICE OF INTENT TO with; ut. Check Station the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Beeman ol
PRESSIONS. P,O. Box CONSIDER THE ADOP Starke. 20 attended.
Approximately guests
name under the OpenedLake
provltlont TION. CASE NO. 8111.
703 Keystone Heights, of aforesaid TION OF AN OR. S.DA CORPORATION Jlupllsl Men's( Day Miss Rhonda Bennett flew from Raleigh. N.C. to

Ff. 326.56 said intends' toregl.t.r statute.Doted. THE DINANCE REGULATION RELATING OF TO a/k/a SOUTHERN DISCOUNT IIruokcl'13apllt: Men's Day will City Hunters planning to use spend Christmas holidays with her parents Mr.

under the fictitious this 11th day of, SECONDHAND DEALERSOF COMPANY, be 'Ohb I'Ved Sunday Jan. 23, with a the Cypress Creek Wildlife Manage- and Mrs. Paul. Bennett. She was home for his.
name provisions December, A.D. 1980 In Plaintiff breakfast to be served in the ment Area are requested to( check retirement party Jan. 2.
of aforesaid JEWELRY METALS
statute. Gainesville Fl. 1/1 4tpd AND COINS; PROVIDINGA V9 Fellowship/! (Hall. their deer at the old OwensIllinoiscamp Mrs. Betty Jean Mosley and daughters ol',
1/22. located on Cypress Creek road. visited her Mr. and Mrs. L4111-
;.Dated this 6th day of DEFINITION: PRO. JOE BROWN.) JESSIE Highland, parents.
GREEN BROWN and nie Teston on Sunday afternoon.
January. A.D. 1981 In VIDING FOR REGISTRA "= -
Starke, Florida. 1/8 4tpd Public TO: The General TION WITH THE SHERIFFOF GENERAL FINANCE I)}, .+,- .. :;=: =: Mrs. L.H. Harper of Starke visited her cousinsMr.

1'29. BRADFORD COUNTY CORPORATION t and Mrs. Lonnie Test on Friday afternoon.
I Please be advised that Defendanis. !
copies of the Bradford FLORIDA: REQUIRINGTHAT
NOTICE OF ESEA. 1930-81 Title I Application
:, INTENTION'f (and all pertinent BE MAINTAIN.ED ACTIONTO l Middle School New
TO REGISTER' documents relatedthereto : 1
) are available I I I I I t 1 I I
14th Stroot. San !Habloi ,,
'!iO NAME without charge at the: DAYS AND A HOLD DATES TO KKMKMBKlt; :
ORDER PERIOD OF 3 i California 9/1806.
School Board of Bradford six Week Testa-
"Pursuant to Section County (Office of DAYS; PROHIBITINGANY YOU Jan. 13 R.A. and Math and 8th Grade SAT
/! thct on Action -
863.09 Florida Statutes Title I Coordinator). 582N. ALTERATION OR to Foreclose a Mortgage I R + 1 1I tests go home

notice is hereby given Temple Ave, Starke..Fl. DISPOSITION OF on the following b I, I I Ix Iy Jan. 14 Social Studies and Science.
that the undersigned Itchg 1/15. In Brotifo'd Jan. 15 Language Arts and P.E. ,
Paul H, Faulkner, Starke, SUCH PERIODS: property y Jan. 16 First Semester ends.
Florida '
County :
.Florida 32091 and Susan NOTICE OFINTENTION TIONS PROVIDING OF FOR PURCHASED INSPEC A parcel of land In theE'I. I I v i > lo Jan. 23 Teachers Planning Day holiday for
M Faulkner 2305 N, 3
I students.
of tho NW'01 !the
Temple; Ave., Starke TO REGISTER OFFICER; SE'/4 more particular/!. I II It'I Jan. 26 3rd six.weeks report cards go home.
Fla. 32091 co.own..., FICTITIOUS '
described as follows:
doing business as ERA NA EPur.uant FROM MINORS; PROVIDING 1 I'acre lying North: Results of the 1980 8th Grade State Assessment
Wllafayette St., Starke. to Section A PENALTY FOR and West of Highway, rest were very good with 77% passing in comparison
301 bounded on tne to the 79 scores with 72% Most if
Fife 32091. Intends to 865,09, Florida Statutes VIOLATION; PROVIDINGAN I I II: passing.
'said fictitious notice Is hereby given EFFECTIVE DATE. South by C Chambers, not all, of our students will pass this test by the

name register under the provi that the'undersigned, TO: .ALL CITIZENS. on the West' by Mack,, end of this school term. .

signs of ,aforesaid Donald E. Champion Sr., TAXPAYERS AND OTHER on the North by Me- s ARTIST OF TILE VVKKK: Larry Davis Larry

siplute! 838 North' Temple Ave., INTERESTED PERSONS. Calsin and on the East t did a nature collage made from material he found

Voted this 29th day of and Donald E. Cham- YOU AND EACH OF by Highway 301 all being 1 1Qtxr ,while on a nature walk. Very nice work Larry!
In Section 3:
D' oinber. A.D. 1980 in pion. Jr., '1012 Butler Rd., YOU are hereby and We would also tike to welcome Jud) Hobson as a
,St ke, Florida. 1/1 4tpd Stork., Florida 32091 herewith given notice In Township ,16 South student, teacher in Health Education under the
22 ,
accordance with Section Range East Bradford I'i I'
I co.own.'I. doing i
direction of Adele Mitchell. Judy is attending the
J j' 125.66, Florida Statutes County Florida, has
'holiness' as C ft H'S
of Florida. and her husband
been plod University Judy are
: Board of
that the County against you
'" Commissioners of Brad. and you aroqolrod to I iving in Gainesville and we are very pleased In .
North Temple Avenue,
; have her on (our staff. .

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FHULKNER !WR !lph Bryan Real 'Estate '


/ -- (Car. US 301 & Call SI.) [ .

,f Roberts. 964.3753* ANYTIME .

I "' 221 lefayeHe $t.Acroes from Wishbone MONO AY-fMDAYS-S p.m. SATURDAY REAL ESTATE
Apartments far Rent
I" Real Estate I Office Space For Rent {Tven/rigs and Sundays by appointment .

..J II 1a I A REDUCED Pat_'s P. Bryan REALTOR_ M .
] .SBR2Bo.C.ntraIH/Alorg.porclsr.c.roomonl I cr.
"98'6 N T 47.000-Redwced. '
'( 964-7828 enple.It., City. : BR rrcrne.'Cor; lot' Scr..n.d front porch. '
.I acre with 3 BR I Bo.. .Green. ..?house, Wilson Rd22000. $Nco0o1. PHILIP "1. CLAHK. KKAIYTOR-
GEORGE ROBERTS-Broker 103 BR, leech, frame I town '.U,,09. STARKE, FLORIDA
GRAHAM RD. 2 BR-Frame on 2 acres with pecan
,. ASSOCIATES Great location. Hwy 301 South Over 400' frontage. Otftl. *
pear, fig A citrus trees room far mobile home :, ;
Weekends and Evenings Call Beautiful 4IR, 3bath brick veneer home In Lake Butler.

Richard Roberts 944-559S Ann Godwin 945159Petty IR11 frame In town IS,000. $1,000 down 311,000. :v-'- ". :y 964-5231
; ,
Sllco 94-4179 NormanH.ddlng'U.S'66
I Ralferd.
,, J a Store building lease er buy In RaHord.f. *EXCELlENT NEIGHBORHOOD. Private back yard :r r'I.' : 'ea.rla/. tSa/fa F : O/rsimh
HOMES-ST/t4.6 Garden urea 3 BR 2 Bath Block ham.' Cent. "
7 let In Ralford.V4 REFLECTIONS ON LIVING you shouldn't inters teeing Mils
heat/air lam Rm. elated Inside
3BR, II. frm, garage, '0' 100' I lot-Collins PI.Freme '. acres with well septic, and light pole Raiford. Bldg. 119.900.garage utility :. eicltlng! 3 bedroom 2 balk modified A-From ...... This

home on 2 lots with warehouse-Walnut St. S BR 3 / Chouse, very large avtslde,building. 80"r storage .,r new model features over I MO to,. fte .ef .living{ sireei sHtdjcemes

'*2BR. IB, Block Fenced e2S Plnewaed Dr.3BR. sent Rd. with central beet and air pl ..,
; City on acre .
I'/.B, Block nice 1320 Searing St. 3 BR VA Ba, C/B house, large lot. Orange Street. Must 3 BR 2 Beth .- Fom Rm. Fire Place Cent. ped kitchen with dishwasher and) reetAcng .-.....,

Frame home 3BR1B. clean < neat-Pratt St. see. Keal/clr closed t trees Can Cathedral' ceiling In the speciousa greet...... Abeve
Frame home, good l location 2BR.2B-Park Place 2 or 3 BR I 10. laure St. house completely garage' pecan payequity 14 h.p. tractor ] stereo system .lees
; and assume / Mtg. $ ,.'00.
Water St. rlohu"hJtOCIh'
targe frame home, Ig. yoril. Flreplace rod.led. *> w .. A pleasure tCi skew at $Sf.SOO.
*4 BR. 3B, large, screened rec. room-Searing St. (*Half moon Lake ever 1',. acre with I ) email M H.
*SAMPSON LAKE WATERFRONT .4 BR 2 Bath 24 s 'A C Itl S. North' lawtey. ( at $15.500.
HOMES {*Crystal lake homesltes' 3 .BR I Bath.: home with both'
:; OUT-OF-10WN ', oO OW Mobile Home. Cent Heat/air. Dishwasher 0 JUST LISTED. 3 bedroom 1distance c.ncr.t. block hemej
*38R. 15. frm. 21 acres. 3-ear garage-M.t. Starling Rd.4BR. workshop. stove Ref. Good cond. $27.700. .
located within ekwn Came take
walking a
Butler. 3 BR 1 Be), 'large beautiful lot Green Acres. Terms.
IB. frame, large tolake
.2 story Fetch house, nest to Fla. .Pest Central, can be'' look at this one for $33.500.
*2BR, IB. Stucco large lot.-SRIOOf. 2V acres J5.000 S Acres $9,000 Terms. .
home, er some type commercial', nice sire lot.Cettege .
*3BR 2B. Stucco Fireplace' 301 South. with 221' frontage on. beautiful Black Cr..k' rn FIORIIANDREALTY OWNER FINANCED 40 choice acre 2 miles front St......
*L.rg.lo'( 2 mobile homes-Sampson take lawt.Rd. Mlddleburg. .3 Acres i Up J1.00C A. lawtey City Water and $2.000 per acre IS*, down balance financed at 12% i..
Beautiful. 4 BR.2B. brick opt. 10A-W. of sidewalks. 12% down 10 yrs. 9'/t% Int. .
Double 2BR.1VtB Block ep.. 3A. SR lew. 30'/facre ysfTn\vyry 1 stftVl: BIt1'A both, brick'veneer
garage. I'4A.-SR 1001.Prome. Same ear tj\pjrtjt\ ( .1 Vuj trees, good pasture. 2 small Phone 94-7700 '.
*Brick 3 BR. 2B apx. | *10 Acres graded road. .
garage. J14.500 term
ltd. barns.IIS 393 N. Tempi Avnu 4 Bedroom, central heel I sir detach**)
A.-Stern ... .,
S BR. 18. 11.lg.oulttldg..ap.
St. yang.workshop on over 1 acre ef land) ISM
Beyless Hwy I 115 lot Westmoreland ., nice trees. .
21R,1LOAOff ..
Hew, Cypress home *10.18 Acres US 301 $20.360. Terms.
kltchen-dlnlng-Crystal Lake A. .1utl'ul29'1a ores with 490 pecan trees, 4" well 2 sep lawley .lot of value In this 3 '
28.; 'IB. IR FR Club area tU tanks, 2 fish ponds, fenced C cross 'fenced nice bedroom ham., nice area.arner IAWTIV AREA. Mobile home sad aver 7 acre. wh*
Pool, FP. JBR, 2B Brick-Country t Acre noblla Ham. Lot S4.000.
> barn. Price *t reduced. $23,500.Associate .
p..tu..llr..r.r"'.. lot.I |w ,
Urge, SA.. 3B*. 2B -
oppro. .. Apartment, beauty shop t barber shop building for ale, .
,* IR DR. .. 1 lot-S. WE HAVE OTHER Evening
!!Brick home, appro, 32 ears $... 121.', or could be changed to another type business near Holf 'YOUR REAl ESTATE NEEDS. : I acre, with well end sep* Tarry A. Gelnes- .".*) Kay C.Weter* 944-94l
day Inn. tea tank, fore trailer' Rent, O.Stanley-473-3049 Patsy N.:lewso -4-t 4-tl7 .

: ACRIAGIacres. sera with 12 Se MH West of Starke.. CAll US AT 961.1710-ANYTIME-DAY OB NIGHT i lease or buy. Close In. _ _
: ..
lake Shores :
*f 2 trailer hook-ups Crosby I ecre with 12 c MH 1 open perch 4 1 screen,porch -
lake lot Sampson La..... built .... $12.500.00. ASSOCIATES, -AFTER HOURS 4 bedroom home appro. .E' r

*Appra.lmatelv S acres In lewtey Area.t irepertyManegement5.rvlans Lillian C.Peorten "'' VlcU'aw.I'I.' Imately 2 acres of land, s I

acres-OH SR233. Appraisals' Broker/Salesman' AssocieteOfflceManagar great potential. For ham. '

24 acre Mobil. Home. .lot Woodland Acres. fusses M. '.ulkn.r..IAI.T01t..5065 *\leer<. 94-M43 gardening era IUEJUO I ]

.Beautiful 10 acres-Country Club eree.fllce Irene. Faulkner, RIAUOR-ASSOCIATf-9s4-SM2 945318Sylvia :I'"r" Please cell
lot Club.BUSINISS tiMllle SALMMAN.9e4-l410 ,t... .
Country I R.JdlirtVernon Nevis Wer4 Vernle Odom, Broker .

;. AND INVISTMINT1 Senare W. Reddish, S All 3MAN-43 1.1 103 Reddish :' Broker/Seleimeit GRI, Phone '*....147.t *.

w/eppre,5l, :U.S.30/. James. Reddish SALISMAN-131.1203 Associates 9e4-74S4 Pearl Andrew 94-7739
,000 s, ft. building Cerner el U.S. 301 Smith and laVver Head
Marten Roberts-'.. .505 944-ftSln V / "


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Page!IIA TELEGRAPH January IS.I9HI '" ___""" ",._ _'"

Utility Deposits ALL

PRIES 5bbncu

Go Up in Starke

An increase in utility deposits required Director Merrill Dees was defeated
was adopted by the Starke city 3-2, with councilman Jimmy Crosby, You'll Find
commission at its semi-monthly Jr., Bobby Milner and Travis Woods
meeting Tuesday,Jan.6. opposing giving Dees permanent
On recommendation of the power authority on hardship cases.Dees last we Have .
plant bond trustees the council in- month was given temporary authority
creased deposits residential<< utility to handle hardship cases.A ,
users SO percent from $54)) to $79. the lowest
Deposits for commercial utility hardship policy proposed by com .
customers have been set at, one- missioner Jimmy Crosby was turned
twelfth of the annual bill,or voting for It. Crosby said he opposed
th's bill. Old commercial rates were
$266 for a large business and$166 for a having the utility director decide .
hardship cases. But the council at
small business.-
The council has had a recommendation that time gave Dees temporarary f9
authority to decide hardship cases.
for a long while to increase
deposit requirements so that costs Crosby said his proposal would help In Florida II
will be covered when a customer ten people out of a Jam and keep the city
minates. A firm with a $12,000 per from being stuck with unpaid utility
month utility bill would be required to accounts. COME SEE
put up a $12,000 deposit, the councilwas Increasing utility deposits 'was
told. discussed at length before action was
Vote to increase deposits was. taken. Commissioner Silcox, dean of IIII FI51 CHASS_ CAD
unanimous.An the council and chairman of theboard's
original motion that included Increased Utilities Committee,
deposits and placing respon- the 1/12 figure was arrived at by Dual Wheel, 161" Wheel Base. (Long Wheel
sibility for determining what con- the Bond Trustees some time ago but Base) 300 six 4 speed Trans. ((6)) 7.50x16.
stitutes a hardship case to Utility the matter somehow became stalled. ,
((10)) Ply Tires, Knit seat, power Steering; .

Power Brakes, 60 AMP Alternator, Heavy
Duty Battery, ,Extra cooling Package, Aux.[

BIG I.DA SALE Rear springs, Retail $8995

a;'" ..'. "'"..". Sale $ 1 6 a a'

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Chrisandra Hamilton

Chrisandra HamiltonIs y IMPLEMENTSThe 1981 FIIOEXPLORER

Long line of affordable farm equipment Is now even
DAR "Good Citizen"Chrisandra more affordable during our "Big One-Day Sale. You can save : '
up to 25% or more over our normally low prices. :J

Louise Hamilton of in her church.She is President Lawtey was announced by Bradford Church Choir, superintendent of Sun-
High School as the recipient of the day School at St. Johns Baptist CHECK THESE SPECIALS:
Wheel Base) v-8
Short 302
1980"Good Citizen Award"presentedby Church. She loves to sing and to sew. LONG ALL DIISIL REG.PRICE SAVI SAL 117" Wheel Base ( ,

Revolution.The the Daughters. of the American Chrisandra Also enjoys also playing enjoys watching basketball.her 27 HP 260 '7,132 '2. 22 '4910 Automatic Over Drive, Sliding Rear Window,

annual Award goes to the BHS favorite"soap oprea" 32 HP 310 '7.632 '2,709 '4923 P215 WSW Radials, power steering and
senior coed selected by the faculty as Miss Hamilton was a candidate on 40HP360PS45MP46OPS '8,471 '2,513955
best displaying the following this years BUS Homecoming court. Brakes, Air and Tinted Glass, AMFM stereo,
qualities: dependability, service, Chrisandra has one brother, 12 9,440 3,173 6267
leadership, patriotism, and scholar. years of age "Like all younger 55 HP 510 PIS 10,231 '3,699 '6533SUPERIOR Wheel Lid Moldings, Security Lock Group,
ship.The award qualifies Chrisandrafor brothers,he can be a pest, but glad he MU"Ar"ra.ur..
,and Headliner Tape Stripes )
Plus Moro BIG Full carpet ,
further. statewide award competition is mine" Chrisandra said. "'.... N,..".. Many Savings
Chrisandra is competing by examination o-Tone Paint, Retail
for the State Good Citizen
"It's an honor just being chosen and Award, which will go to one of the TRACTOR CO. $9977ldl p(9
to be able to represent Bradford many school award winners from .
County," Miss Hamilton said. across the state. The exam quizzes w -
Chrisandra the daughter of Mr.and contestants on American history and .
Mrs.Iris John Hamilton 5353 W. BEAVER ST. 7819011Ladies' "
active in both JROTC and annual list their honors won, offices held, < .-; ,..."
staff. Away from school she is active etc... --'-
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Br. R Window Molding WhOBllId Molding
Separates W ''i.b Sweaters Chrome Grill Chra. Tailgate n.I.... :
d, '. I IOT Knit Seat; Sliding Rear Window : .

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& WinterLadies' fir Cond.Tlnfcvd Glaaa 300 Six Cyl :
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I CBS Broke Word,' Did, Not. Substantiate AllegationsCBS II

television reporter Dan Rather aired," Gray said.' Fort stated he smashed the man in at least trust the state attorney?" replace Walter Cronkite on CBS Saxon Is seeking immunity for Fort 1
broke a promise not to air a "60 Rather told area reporters that CBS the head, but found out the next morn Gray said.Girardeau. Evening News, visited UCI Thursday from possible murder charges in exchange I
Minutes" segment on brutality at keeps its word and we kept it with ing that he killed Graham and that told reporters at his of- Dec. 4, and interviewed a number of for the inmate's testimony
Union Correctional Institution everyone involved in the stpry.' Graham was not the man Snyder fice in Tallahassee that he was fearfulfor persons for about six hours in preparing against prison officials.
without substantiating the allegations He pointed out the program raised a wanted roughed ups; the inmate's life. He stated his for the program. Whitworth and U.S. Attorney Gary
a regional prison official charged question of possible murder, not one first priority was to get Fort out of the Fort Is represented by Shon Saxonof Betz are still trying to decide whether
Monday, Jan. 12. of broken promises. Since the incident, Snyder has been state prison system. Girardeau the Starke Law Firm of Wolbert Fort's story merits such immunity
Rather stated a member of Gray's promoted by the DOC to the rank of pointed out only federal officials !have and Saxon. He was present at the Vernon Bradford, public Informa-
Prison officials held a press con staff was informed Friday, Jan. 9, Lieutenant* authority to make such a transfer press conference held by Gray. tion officer for the DOC, told the
ference Monday at UCI to answer about the segment and its chargesand Snyder has denied the allegations.He "I was In contact with the U.S. Attorney Whitworth told the media that he media after the program( that the
charges of brutality made on the CBS he added "we told the official we was not at the press conferenceand within four days after I found has scheduled a meeting between filmed denials of two UCI officers
television news program Sunday, would be available over the weekendif after the CBS program referred a out about the killing of Graham," himself Fort and Saxon to discuss the Col. Donald Jackson and 14. Snyder, .
Jan. 11. A jam-packed crowd of news they wanted to make a statement." reporter to his attorney. Girardeau said.Girardeau did not constitute an official response.
reporters and Department of Correc- pointed out he wasn't case.Whitworth, who was In Starke Tuesday "The two officers were asked abouta
tions (DOC) officials attended the The allegations of brutality were Gray leveled criticisms at Rep. even sure a homicide had been committed Jan. 13, told this paper that the specific case," Bradford said. "But
press conference. first brought to iegtttdies copyright Arnett Girardeau D-Jacksonville, but checked Fort's story meeting with Fort and Saxon Is slatedto the overall picture CBS painted was
story by M 'which who was also Interviewed by Ratheron that the Florida
appeared through the State Attorney's office. take place Wednesday afternoon, corrections depart
Allegations made by inmate Johnny In the Florida Times-Union .on the program. Girardeau was instrumental 8th Judicial Circuit State Attorney( Jan. 14. lIe added that the meetingwas ment, as a whole, condoned brutalityand
Fort, who described himself in the New Year> Day, ten days beforffthe in having Fort placed in Eugene Whitworth, from his office in in doubt because Saxon had goneto other practices and this was the
television program as a former TV program but after the film federal protective custody pending investigation Gainesville, issued a statement terming Tallahassee to meet with his client. philosophy we wanted a chance to respond -
chosen violence enforcer for prison segments were shot by CBS crews. of his allegations and for Girardeau's actions unethical and Whitworth stated he wants to talk to to."
authorities were not denied by prison The Times-Union story went Into inviting. "SO Minutes" to investigateUCI. said he planned to call Speaker of the Fort in an attempt to verify his That Is what the DOC did by 'toldtng
spokesman Ramon (Ray) Gray the
Gainesvillebased Region II director detail of an interview with inmate House Ralph Haben "to tell him whatI allegations. the Gray press conference.
Fort by Rather. Fort claims to be an think of Girardeau."
said Rather had This has learned that Fort is
pro paper
for Gray
enforcer for prison authorities and "I think I used a prudent and rational -
being held in federal in
officials the segment now a prison
mised prison
has said he killed another Inmate approach In handling the situa
substantiated the Tallahassee
would not run unless it was after being directed to the man's bed area. tion" Girardeau said. "I have the
by a correctional officer. same amount of responsibility as he iNSULATION

Gray said Fort's story was not Fort was quoted in the copyrightedstory Girardeau, former chairman of the docs( as an elected official."
plausible"but I'm not saying it didn'thappen. House Corrections Parole, and Pro Whitworth, in talking to area
in the Florida Times-Union and SA VE THA T ENERGY
." bation Committe. should have turned reporters, seemed disturbed that he
again on 60 Minutes" that he was led over his information was not given the first shot at the in- .
"The statements made by the in- the state attorney -
to the bed of the sleeping inmate, Ver- vestigation."I'm \C
mates are still unsubstantiated and according to Gray. or -
tis E. Graham, Dec. 7, 1979, by then the guy who ultimately has to f.d' .
Rather assured that if
me personally
Sgt. W.M.' "Buzz" who
his investigations did not prove these wanted inmate Snyder, "I have no quarrel It he doesn't press charges on the homicide and
an roughed to
accusations true. they would not be him in line. up trust! prison officials but why didn't he. late I'm disturbed that"it is five months i
getting to me, Whitworth said
Girardeau stated he thought Whit yr""
worth was being a little ridiculous y-
WAINWRIGHT TELLS JAYCEES about the difficulty of investigating a ,./ -'.. '';::

case Whitworth a year after told the It that since HOME COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL .........

the case was officially turned over to HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE
More Prisons, More Money Necessary him by DOC a week ago, he has not FIBERGLAS BATTS FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR
done any investigation of material FREE ESTIMATES INSULATION
"First I need Fort to convince me SEEOUHAOAT QUALITY INSTALLATION
To Lock Inmates Upr Throw Away Key that he committed the homicide." INSULATION COLDS CONTRACTORS HEA T" -

Whitworth said. SAVE I SAVE -
"There is no reason to immunize ON HEATING I 964-6956 I ON COOLING
Bradford native Louie L. Institutions him unless it was to get someone else
County 25 major penal has more Wainwright addressed about 40 pepsons
Wainwright, Secretary of the Department than doubled since 1970, when there telling them that If they and higher up the line" Whitworth said. .. DEAN CASSELS INSULATION r
of Corrections in Tallahassee, were fewer than 9,000 persons behind other Florida citizens want to put Rather who in several months will SI ARK E ?
told the Florida Jaycees In bars, Wainwright pointed out. away criminals for long periods of
Tallahassee Friday, Jan.9,that If the He also pointed out Florida ranks time, "I hope you'll also be willing to
public wants to lock prisoners up and third in the nation with an incarceration come up with tax dollars to build new
throw the key away, it better be rate of 208.1 per 100,000 persons. facilities."
prepared to spend a lot more money, Wainwright indicated if the state's
to build additional prisons. rate of incarceration continues at the The veteran state official pointedout Ch.vr.olet Olds
The veteran prison. official same level' and the state does not it ,disturbs him greatly that correctional .

delivered some alarming statistics 0 build enough new facilities to- keeP... officers receive j, .' .
f' :--that '.reveal an- .increasing'prison""--paceT rtrie' day will"'como'wh n a -.ting salaries than other professionaJqr '
population. Federal Judge orders prisoners released In law enforcement including probea "is bavin
\. Florida, with almost ten million tion and parole Florida Highway a s ecfacular"'

people, ranks seventh in the nation in "When that happens, the criminal Patrol officers. Game and
but is fourth in Freshwater Fish Commission officers
general population
justice system In Florida will be
prison population with 20,700 as of last dead" Wainwright said. and even university police. I

month, according to Wainwright.The Wainwright was one of 10 state officials b.
general population rose about including Gov. Bob Graham, "Correctional Officers deal with
41 percent in the last decade but the who addressed the Jaycees during the more felons every day than most of
prison population has increased 125 first of what is to become an annual them see In a year," Wainwright said,
percent, Governmental Affairs Legislative urging the public to support higher
The number of inmates in Florida's Seminar at the state capital. salaries and increased benefits for

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lifltnenre, Ifcrtwen the".MIIln which 'the Ruck. Sum. to our nearest sales
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flow much money will wm' saw
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I'' Dream Girl/Boy Pageant Has 8 Entrants So FarSix

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young ladies and one boy have Stephanie Gay Sellers,4,daughterof Carter at 964-5165 or 782-3577 after 5 .t----- I ilf'

entered the 1981 Dream Girl Pageantset Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Sellers of p.m.Applications ., {' ""Ii,
Jan. 31 at the National Guard Armory Starke. Sponsor Is Denmark Fur- may be picked up at -;:"
at 720 Edwards Road in Starke.All niture. Norman's Produce or In*.Bradford .
the entrants so far are 3-5 years Angelina Pauline Grlffis, 3, County Telegraph. n ,I .."
old and entered intu the Tiny Dream daughter of Woodrow Griffis, Jr. and Age Divisions In the Dream Girl : ::. ,i
Alice Marie Griffis of Starke. SponsorIs Pageant are: ii if

-.. ',ti Griffis& Sons Fiberglass. .---..''''''''' '''' ,..,. ,.. ......... .....,.. ,-.,,' i f
'j' .t .c.
1t Former entrants are: U il { ; .'; \ "
Elisha Norman, daughter of :\: I !Ii j r ,
Wayne and Yvonne Norman.SponsorIs ,I, ( ." 1,
iJ" Carl Hurst. '! tm iJi"! :'
-Bobby Lynn Westcott, daughter of i H Wii" ;, '

Walter and Dianne Westcott, and j ; ... .
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sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Walter 1r- 'I % *; \ : '- $a 4cg -
e' m Stephanie Cay Sellers Candice Alanwa Norman Jim Spears-
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Sponsor of the pageant this year is j ...,. ,__.." ..,.._...... ,.. .... ___ : ....._,__
: the Kiwanis Club. Mrs. Debra Norjts
Rental House.

I F M !\ tifi Burns Jin Starke Goo d neWS Clown:

'" A rental house owned by Mrs. Lex
First Methodist
coming to
-:0 :;;; U-II'I.::::aex -..... ....-"" .,,,.----- Green was destroyed by fire with a
small dog killed at 855 West Call
Angelina Pauline GrUrh Kelly Marie Carter Street in Starke, Friday Jan. 9, at

Girl and Tiny Dream Boy Divisions of Tiny Dream Boy, ages 3-6)\ 11:10: p.m.
Two men, a woman, and a 10 year ,
the pageant. The entrants are: Tiny Dream Girl, ages 3-6.
Little Miss Dream Girl old boy were in the house at the timeof
Jim Spears.5, son of Buddy and ages 710.
Sharon Spears of Starke. Sponsor Is Junior Miss Dream Girl, ages the fire, according to the Starke Friday
Starke Motor Parts. Department.
11.15.Miss No records of the names were
Kelly Marie Thornton. Carter, 4'/i' aAr Dream Girl, ages 1 16-21. available to the Telegraph except the J BDpIBfy 16
daughter of Bobby and Carol Carterof Talent Winner, open to anyone. name Peach which was on the Fire

Starke. Sponsor Is Starke Motor A $25 entry fee is required. Con- Department records. a t 8P3ft ,
Parts. Chief Bobby Lewis told the
Raina Jean Poore, 4, daughter of Raina the testants entry may fee have themselves.a sponsor Sponsors or pay Telegraph the fire was caused from First United V
Wilmas I. Poore.of Lawtey.Sponsor is Jean Poore names will be announced at the an electric heater and estimated
Gary Bennett. man is pageant coordinator. Assistant pageant. damage to the house at $8,000. Methodist
Candice Alanna Norman, 4, Director is Bill Wilson.
daughter .of Charles and Kathy Nor- Entries are being accepted now. Deadline for entering is Jan. 20. En-
man of Starke.' Sponsor is Andrews Contact Mrs. Norman,Rt.2, Box 2709, try fee, forms,' and a recent photo walnut St.
Drugs or phone 964-8849,or phone Mrs.Joan must be turned in. YJU rrA( A.AC n wEA ,SgCdR@ J? tj i iEArute
fvrAiar eNOP!
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COVSiENNOV4100/ t ",f ,
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I'Bobby's .'tdtJoI.>
Hide-a-Way Owner SentencedRobert .;.
h> ,,, ".
L. (Bobby) Bryant, 56, pounds of marijuana. defendants p i The Good News Clowns from Pasadena Presbyterian Church of St.
The other including
I : ;: Petersburg will present the 3rd of 5 series offered by the First United
owner-manager of Bobby's HideAWay Leslie Freitag, 25, Gainesville pilot Bryant, agreed to plead guilty to I I
,l Methodist Church their Faith In the Arts Series, ,
Lounge on US-301 just north of of the twin-engine aircraft on the various federal offenses ranging from through Friday January 16,
tValdo, was sentenced to five years in round trip from Florida to Colombia, misdemeanor possession and Conspiracy 11 at 8 pm.
prison and ordered to pay $5,000 in S.A. last July 27, was sentenced to to possess marijuana with intent '- p There will also be a workshop: on Saturday morning, January 17 from 10
fine. in federal court Monday on five years on each of four counts. He to distribute, a felony carrying a 4 '11:30: the church.
charges of conspiracy to possess was also fined i15,0ooon<< two counts of maximum punishment of five years The Good News Clowns are composed of high school youth who are In the
marijuana with intent to distribute.Bryant conspiracy to possess and import and$15.000 fine.Harrington's ministry of Christ Clowning which Is an added avenue of witnessing and
one of eight drug conspirators marijuana. He and John R. Harrington trial is set for pg, &WAIMrr sharing of faith done through pantomimes and skits. \
on trial in Gainesville, ad- vice president of Santa Fe February 9. -h?a-.'
mitted buying the aircraft and settingup Auto Parts in Gainesville and the accused James B. Tuten, :37, owner of ,
the smuggling operation that end- financier for the smugglingring Tuten's Automotive Service in
,, ed last summer when authorities were the only ones to seek jury Gainesville, admitted he worked with
raided a rural airport and seized 1,100 trials. Bryant to buy the plane and organizethe IUNiO OEN R'ALH SpiTALl

H' March.scheme. He will be sentenced in

3 Sentenced in Court Action I I I
Three defendants were sentenced in the county jail for violation of proba- n

Bradford County Circuit Court in tion. Daniels was placed on probation I Cardiac Risk Factors I
I Starke Monday, Jan. 12. for four years for grand theft of Mar THEATRE ;
Odell Hall 44, a Florida State tin's Tackle Shop for a burglary last
I Prison inmate, was sentenced to 10 yea He was also.ordered to pay$100 I (identifying potential Heart Problems) Ii
Starke 964-5451
additional years in prison for restitution. ,
assaulting Correctional Officer Sgt. Deborah S. Kite, 23, of Starke, was Fri. Sat&Sun.
Leonard N. Ball on Aug. 30, 1979. placed on probation for 10 months for .. .
Hall also received a five-year leaving the Gainesville Women's Adjustment Presented By Dr. E. Hardin II
prison term for possession of a Center. She had previously Walt '
I homemade knife he used in; Jhg!attack been aet\ serve, '}'- Disney91_ "** W\ : ( ;; *. '* January 28, at 7 p.m..
Batt'That sentencela''tajrun.concurrently : ( ; :'::2 ,ntfjjs.' '
on Sgt. that l Institution for failing to return anr oft ,1 ;I.oIt'l ;:o.j JI /
;. ,
with the assault/ rase. 'wrtomobilerented from Terwillegar! "
Clyde Dewitt Daniels; 19;of Starker Motors'in Starke on August 28, 1979..i tJt : :- : a. '.e--I ; 4 I '. ''" Limited Seating calf 4S6-2325 tor reservations' -- -
was sentenced by Bradford County Kite served 60 days in jail while -
Judge Elzie S. Sanders to 90 days in awaiting sentencing.aonstration Free to the public r
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Where do you trim inches and many exercise programs, just
pounds from your figure as you jog, when you get to the point eyou're 301 DRIVE. I IH Band Parents
kick and swing, lunge left and pony doing something for your 'I of i
right? Where do you take your work heath and figure,'boredom sets in," Fri., Sat.,' Sun. & Mon
ing heart rate to monitor your In- says Jacki. "In Aerobic Dancing, I
dividual exercise level? And where do choreograph new dances to new Bradford High School
you learn how aerobic training In- music every 6 weeks. You entertain M WHERE FANTWA DREAMS MUSCM.COME AIL TRUE ACE y
fluences the energy you have to get yourself as you play this fitness i
the most "living" out of each day? sport." PresentsSHOW

In an Aerobic Dancing Class! It's Each 43-60 minute class begins with 18mJ '.. '
UtrI / ,
/ the complete physical fitness program choreographed Flexibility Situp and '" 1 !
that combines: the figure and Warmup routines to get the body ,

health benefits of jogging with the fun system ready dancing. Six to ten OLIVIA' ,. I.'';'
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of dancing.A Aerobic Dancesfor follow. The class '\ '!sbl --
new class is starting in Starke. A ends with a choreographed Cooldown .' .... '" < -.
Free Demonstration class will be held dance to gradually slow the activity l'. :' ''r;' "" "
on Monday night Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. level and heart rate. ,t...#1" a"fi.4;. ,,: ; 4 ", ...
al the First United Methodist Church Everyone can participate in ""."I' ', : _rJ '
DON ADAMS'Aerobic ; e \
Fellowship Hall. A nursery will be Dancing because it's .
provided.I For further informationcall choreographed for non-dancers in 86 .0" Ih
Carole Stevenson at 964-8073. three levels. Most new Aerobic TII& llUO-, '. .. ....... ,
Jacki Sorensen, originator of Dancers begin at a "walking" level. ,aOCJJa ;..'
Aerobic Dancing says, "Why work at In time, they're able to "jog" or '. \ ,

exercising only .one group of musclesat "run" through the dances. While skill .,.AUWRSAlPC1lJR. ._......... "\.. :
a time when you can move your and technique aren't stressed, having ..._......_ I '"!,
whole body at once and have fun doing fun is! \,;
it? It's time we stop thinking of exercise '
as hard work and a bore as t J ';" :'

something we do just because it's "'. .,
good for us. It's time we make it fun!" ,.y ,,',
Aerobic Dances are choreographedto Y...+' m' "'' ,'
strengthen the heart and lungs, improve '/ ,:,"to" r
circulation and increase GOLD fif SILVER WANTED :" '.1
Students trim and tone their ,
energy. i
figures while they skip, jog, kick and At your local, licensed exchange, paying I

swing to a variety of music; from : top dollar now for: class rings, sterling silver 7. .
country, to rock, big band and disco. ,
silver coins, dental gold, all gold & silver t :

FSP Inmate Hanged V Jewelry lOkt. I4kt, iskt. 22kt gold, and

A 24-year-old Florida State Prison anything of slmilarvalue. L,
I inmate was found hanged to death in r
I his cell on Q-wing Saturday Jan. 10,
I according to Vernon Bradford, Starke Cold & sliver Exchange

spokesman.Department of Corrections Permanently Located Next To JERRYCLOWER

1 Bradford reported' Joseph J. West .t. Plggly WIggly Grocery ,
I was found hanged in his cell tied with lasiaF,1atsat. 404 W. Madison Starke Fl. 964-822!

one end of a bed sheet to cell bars with .
Co" I-- f.,'
I the other end around his neck. .
The Inmate was found by correctional W ;:

officers at 6:23: p.m. Sat., Jan. "
10, and was pronounced dead by a .
prison physician at 6:43: p.m., according Also Featuring .
to Bradford. :
I .
West was sentenced Aug.29,1979to
two and a half years in prison for
grand. theft and attempted escape The Kingdom Airs and .F
from Orange County.ftt ,

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B. Hewitt, David D. Douglas Frederick W.Wiles. Sr. Eleanor Loring of Wrentham Mass.; Survivors include: his wife Mrs. Dorothy Dean Howell. Atlanta.
Janice Carol Lake Funeral services will be held Fri
a son, Herbert Reynolds of Everage Johnson
Russell Benard Hewitt,76, of Lake David Davison Douglas, 65, of Frederick W. Wiles Sr., 74, Hibbing
: age Minn; and several grandchildren. Butler; his mother Mrs. Flora R. day Jan. 16, at 2:00: the First
Butler, died Wednesday afternoon in Jacksonville, died Saturday morning, Keystone Heights, died Saturday Memorial funeral services will be Johnson Naranja, Fla.; one United Methodist Church of Lake
a Macclenny Hospital. Jan. 10, in the Veterans Administration morning at his home in Keystone Club held at a later date following cremation daughter, Miss Renae Johnson, Butler, with Rev. Daniel Parrish and
cf Mr.Union Hewitt was a life-long resident Hospital in Lake City after an extended Estates, following a long illness. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homein Gainesville; two sons. Steven Lamar Rev. John Grant officiating. Burial
County,was retired from the illness: Born in Richmond Virginia, and Keystone Heights in charge of arrangements and Kevin Lee Johnson both of Lake will follow in Elzey Chapel Cemetery
University of Florida Maintenance Born in Union County, Mr. Douglas moving to Keystone Heights in 1970, Butler; two sisters. Mrs. Jewell Nell under the direction of Archer Funeral
Dept. and was a member and Deacon moved to Jacksonville 9 years ago. Mr. Wiles was retired from the National Tomerlin Naranja Fla. and Mrs. Home of Lake Butler.
of Sardis Baptist Church. Mr.Douglas had served in World War Cash Register Co. He was a
Survivors John E. ShelmonJohn _..... .... _,,_. _ _
include: his wife, Mrs. II, was a member of the Church of member of the Keystone Community --"-- -:- 9 -
Vera Dukes Hewitt of Lake Butler; Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and Church, Keystone Golf and Country E.Shelmon,89,of Starke,died
two daughters, Mrs. Corinne Douglas was retired from Florida Department Club Melrose Masonic Lodge 89, Tuesday'night In the Bradford County
Marianna and Mrs. Shirley Jackson, of Corrections. Morocco Temple of Jacksonville Hospital after a brief illness.
Jacksonville; one brother Ernest Survivors include: his ,wife, Mrs. Keystone Shrine Club and the Scottish Born in Normal, 111., Mr. Shelmon
Hewitt, Tallahassee; one sister, Helen King Douglas Jacksonville; Rite Bodies of Jacksonville. moved to Starke 2 years ago. He owned
Mabel Gasque, Wildwood; eight four step-sons, Semmie B. Stivender, Survivors include: his wire Mrs. and operated his farm in Rem
grandchildren and two Fred Blease Kurtis W. ington, Ind. until he retired and is a
... great grand- Houston, Texas Jane Snyder Wiles; a son, Fred .
children. Stivender both of St. George Ga.and Wiles Jr of Baton Rouge, La;; two member of the First Christian
if Funeral services were held Friday Kennith Stivender Jacksonville; brothers, John.J. Wile of Winston Church.
-:I; at 1:00: p.m. in the Sardis Baptist '*iree brothers Freeman Douglas and Salem, N.C. and George Wiles of Survivors include: his wife, Mrs.

Church with Rev P.D. Graham, Rev. Vance Douglas, both of Lake Butler Richmond, Va.; three sisters Mrs. Berniece Shelmon Starke; one
Victor Nickerson, and Rev. John Quitman Douglas, Jacksonville; one Esther Cramer of Wheat Ridge, Colo., daughter Mrs. Louise Baer, Starke; tq
Dicks officiating Burial followed in sister Mrs. Hattie Moody, Jackson Mrs. Susie Goode and Mrs. Daisey one son Darrel H. Shelmon Rem-
Elzey Chapel Cemetery, under the ville; and ten grandchildren. Hardy both of Richmond Va.; and ington, Ind.; four grandchildren; five i QF 1
direction of Archer Funeral Home of Funeral services were held Mon- two grandchildren. great-grandchildren and one great,

Lake Butler day, Jan. 12, at 2:00 p.m. in Archer Funeral services were held at 2 greatgrandchild.Funeral .
Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Bob p.m. Monday, Jan. 12, in the DeWittC. services will be held today I
Smith officiating. Burial followed in Jones Chapel, with Masonic rites. (Thursday) at 10:00: a.m. in the
S Mrs. Leaty McCall Oak Grove Cemetery with Archer Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin officiated. chapel of Archer Funeral Home of ,
f Mrs. Leaty McCall, 82, resident of Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Cremation Is to follow at a later date Lake Butler with Rev.Raymond Baer 1 I l ,
-Dowling Park, Fla. and former resident with Jones Funeral Home, Keystone officiating. Burial will follow on
of Lake City, died at the Suwan- charge.James (Jim) Carroll Heights, in charge of arrangements Saturday in Remington, Ind. Archer
nee County Hospital in Live Oak, Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in
Wednesday, Dec. 31, after an extended James (Jim) William Carroll, 71, Chaffee P. Reynolds'' charge of local arrangements 1
< illness. died Wednesday morning, Jan. 7, Chaffee P. Reynolds, age 77, I 7
f Mrs. McCall was a native of Union after an apparent heart attack. Melrose, died Sunday evening,Jan.4, William L.Johnson
County and resided in Lake City from Mr. Carroll was a lifelong residentof in Alachua General Hospital, follow- William Lee Johnson, 43, of Lake .I 1.
'1948 until 1972. when ,she moved to Union County where he owned and ing a long\ illness. Butler died Sunday after accidently 1.I
\Cowling Park and' member of operated a farm and was a member of Born in Columbia, S.C., Mr. drowning in Lake Butler Lake.
was a
jthe Eastside Baptist Church., the First Christian Church. Reynolds moved to the Melrose area Born in Austlnville, Ala.. Mr. I I I I I II II
Survivors include: his wife Mrs. from Evansville, Wyoming in 1965. Johnson moved to S. Miami where he
; Survivors include: two sons,Ernest Lake I
Reatha Larramore ,
)reCall,St. Cloud,and Lowell McCall, Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. was a heavy equipment operator until
Butler three daughters, Frances
; Helen Reynolds of Wrentham, Mass.; he moved to Lake Butler six
Lake Mrs.Denina years
City one daughter, Carroll all of
Sherron Kathy ,
Skinner, Lake two brothers two daughters, Mrs. Wanda Lea ago. He and his wife owned and
City Car-
Gainesville one son, Wayne M.
; Angell of Coconut Grove Fla. and operated Johnson's Grocery on the
Royce Shaw Lake Butler and Man-
roll, Lake Butler; three brothers, Mrs. Bobbie E. Griffin of Phoenix Brooker Rd. He was a member of the
Shaw Tavares five sisters Mrs.
non ; Steve B. and John Carroll, both of
Ariz.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Doris First United Methodist Church of
Vera Raines. Palatka, Mrs. Sallie
Lake Butler and fiance J. Carroll,
Garnhum of Sharon Mass and Mrs. Lake Butler. .
Tyre Mrs.Eunice Hall and Mrs. Ruth Orlando; two sisters, Mrs. Thelma
Thompson, all of Tavares and Mrs.
Garibaldi, San Carlos,Calif. and Mrs.
Johnnie Rosier, Lacoochee; five
and six Elva Cobb Jacksonville; and five 9TARKE %STORE ONLY
grandchildren great.
grandchildren. grandchildren. I Cartons ., eaj I EAGLE I On sate Thursday, Friday
Funeral services were held Friday,
Funeral services held Friday
were on -
& 100'.. 6" It.iSI & !
Jan. 2, in Sherrell Guerry Jan. 9, at 3:00: p.m. in Archer Funeral Kings __________________________. ____________ Saturday ,,
Funeral Home (in Lake City with Home Chapel with Rev. Bill Delaney
burial in Midway Cemetery in Union officiating. Interment followed in
Elzey Chapel Cemetery under the
County. direction of Archer Funeral Home of

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PagetB January, IS, 1981 .

11II News Briefs- !. January Tax I : Dates' ChangedBecause January 15 is Martin; I 0DUffiJJ1 (BflJl3ffi:1:1.Jan

2 Drivers ChargedIn George D. Crawford was not Injured was estimated at $400. Luther King Day a legal holiday In

and there was no damage The car was traveling north on the District of Columbia this year

301-S AccidentTwo reported to the 1979 White truck he SR-121 crossed the centerline. traveled taxpayers throughout the nation will 4 Marked "For the twentieth-plus year the

persons were slightly injured was driving onto the west shoulder and crashed have until Friday January 16, 1981. to Commission will be going to the people

and both drivers were charged after Marsha D. Croft 24, of Lake Butler into several oak: trees, according to file any returns or make any End'of Open Hunting of the state to gather their

their vehicles: on busy US-301 in was not injured but damage to the the Florida Highway Patrol. payments of tax normally due on LAKE: CITY The third phase of thoughts and opinions on the wildlife

Starke 200 feet south of the Alligator 1972 Pontiac sedan she was drivingwas Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited'Douglass January 19, the Internal Revenue Ser- the statewide dove season and deer and freshwater resources of the

Creek Bridge at 10:28: p.m. Friday estimated at $700. for careless driving and no vice said. hunting in the Northeast region ended state" said Commission Chairman

Jan. 9.Rudolph. Both vehicles were going south on tag. January 20, Inauguration Day is January 4, according to the Florida Thomas L. Hires, Sr. of Tampa.

Carter, 23, and a SR-121 The truck was passing the car also a legal holiday in the District of Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Hires said the Commission will pre-

passenger in his car, Barbara Jean in a no passing zone as both were Columbia, and therefore taxpayerswho sent the 1981-82 hunting and fishing

MacDougald 20, both of Starke. were overtaking a slower vehicle. The car would have been required to "Hunters should note January 4 regulations along with progress

treated in the emergency room and then drifted across the no passingzone deposit withheld employment or ex- was the last day to hunt deer, turkey reports on continuing research. .pro-

released from Bradford County and the centerline to collide with CO Organization cise taxes will have until Wednesday, dove and. bear throughout the Nor grams.

Hospital. the rear dual wheels of the truck.The January 21.Section theast region", said Major Larry "We actively encourage anyone interested -

Carter's 1979 Ford sedan was enter- car swerved from the roadway into 7503 of the Internal Revenue Martin regional manager for the in wildlife or our freshwater

ing US-301 from a private drive. Gary the west road ditch after colliding To Meet SaturdayArea Code; states that a legal holiday in the Commission.Duck resources to attend the meeting in

Lee Thomas 28, of Zephryhills FL with the truck and struck a telephone District of Columbia is considered a hunting continues statewide their area," Hires said.

was not injured, but the 1979 Lincoln cable standbox.,, The truck slowed t( legislators have been invitedto legal holiday nationally for federaltax through January 19, and quail and ,Among the scheduled topics to be

sedan he was driving collided with the stop on the west road shoulder, actor at a meeting sponsored by purposes. squirrel through March 1. discussed at the meeting are all-day

rear of the Ford which had just ding to the Florida Highway Patrol. the appear Concerned Citizens for Correc- Payments and returns affected by Opening and closing dates for small dove hunting, steel shot requirementsand

entered the highway, according to the Trooper W.M. Abrams cited tional Officers in the Raiford com- this are as follows: game on specific wildlife manage- anterless deer harvests on public

Starke Police Department.Damage Crawford for improper passing and munity center Saturday Jan. 17, at 1. Final payment of 1980 estimated ment areas may differ from general and private lands. .

to the Lincoln was estimated at$3,500, Croft for operating a motor vehicle 6:30 tax due by individuals who have season dates and hunters are reminded Public meetings in nearby. locations

and to the Ford at $1,500. without a valid drivers license. p.m.Martha Nettles president of CCCO, >previously made a declaration of to check each management area have been set for: '

Lt. Denton DeVoe cited Carter for has been attending legislative hear- estimated tax; regulation before hunting. January 20 Jacksonville In

violation of right-of-way, and cited ings in Tallahassee this week and will 2. Payment of estimated tax in fully Counties in the Northeast region In- dependent Life Building:30 p.m.

Thomas with speed too fast for condi report on proposed legislation to In- individuals who are first requiredto clude Alachua Baker Bradford, January 21 Palatka Ravine

tions. crease the salary schedule of correc- make a declaration of estimated Clay. Columbia Dixie. Duval Gardens State Park 7:30: p.m.

Teenage Driver tional officers. tax; and Gilchrist; Hamilton Lafayette, Levy January 22-Ocala Sheraton Inn.

Crashed Into TreeA Several legislators, including Jon 3. Payment of estimated tax in fully Madison, Nassau Suwannee Taylor 7:30: p.m.

2 Drivers ChargedIn Mill and Sidney Martin of Alachua farmers and fishermen who are and Union. January 22- Perry Forest Capitol.
man was charged not filing final returns by March 2
SR-121 MishapA caress! County and Andy Johnson of Duval Hall 7:30: p.m.
with driving and 981..
operating a
have announced Hires said the meetings are con-
Glen St. vehicle without valid after his County, already 4. Certain deposits social Public MeetingsSet
Mary man was charged a tag their intention to attend the meeting security ''ducted at night to allow the majorityof
with improper passing and a Lake car crashed into an oak tree, on Mrs. Nettles said. taxes, withheld income taxes. and excise Statewide people to attend and, in addition to

Butler woman was charged with SR-121 .8 of a mile north of Wor- taxes. statewide topics will also cover local
The is invited.
operating a motor vehicle without a thington Springs at 7:10: p.m. Saturday general public Florida taxpayers with questions on TALLAHASSEE The Florida interest items.

valid drivers license after their Jan. 10. this or any other federal tax topic can Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Results of the public meetings will

vehicles were involved in a mishap on Bobby Lynn Douglass, 19, of Lake- have their questions answered by : will be soliciting public comments be compiled and presented to the five-

SR-121 a mile north of Lake Butler at Butler was not injured but damage to calling the IRS toll-free tax information when it begins a series of 16 member Commission when it meets

10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 9. the 1973 AMC sedan he was driving number listed in their telephone. public meetings around the state. The Friday, March 6 in Tallahassee.

d'rectory. first meeting will be in Ft. Pierce on Detailed information on the public

r January 19 and the last will be in meetings can be obtained from any

Tallahassee on January 29. regional office of the Commission.

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Cloud meetings Monday
473-4521. 10/16
p.m. Open meetings Fri. CHILD CARE tfnchg Need FOR SALE :
responsible -
day 8 p.m. Alonon Monday

8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 person children to ages care 3 for'mytwo and 3. TWO ACRES near SR-I00

p.m. All meetings in home near Keystone Heights.
Amy or yours.Hours
1.7S MAZDA OLC 4 cylinder. Educational Building Com $300 down $66.84
7S FORD VAN convarslon. 173 CAPRI V6. new radiator.exhaust per
I Like/ new n.... tl,.. 6 ......... ,lira*. Vary oood paint S.ovarall low mil..., beautiful contHllonwltti munity Church. tfnchg vary. Salary month. Phone 473-4038 or
10 day old llraa f negotiable Phone
sugar cI..MPMce., condition. Am-FM-tape battary.
SJato call 37J.aJ50t. 12/". 473-4367 after' 6
Iota ofa traa S6"5.FOMO 37..201. CB.SHOO. 3744213.Studant. 475.2094.2tpd 1/15-22 p.m.
.N WINDOW VAN. 174 CAPRI II air automatic.AMPM. 73 MONTE CARLO ancallantcondition ROOMMATE WANTED tlnchg 1/1
Good wild work truck CMIa I Int.rlor flawlasa runs oood, S15OO orboat TING and wallpapering. LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE.
.. Three bedroom house
V-S. yellow Hnlsh" soonf wr.eals. off. Call Laaly at 393-7134) on
stanclardshin WOOAttar Phon. 473-2477. '
i or__.475-14<7 sa.TOCnaootlaDla. 37S1423 aflar S or 1744MM.'AUDI tfnchg take Brooklyn. Phone Keystone 'Heights' own.rflnonced
19711 FORD VAN 100 I97J rebuilt enaine. 12/4 473.2638.2tcho 1/15.22 10 percent In
1670 VOLKSWAGEN VAN hardtop 36,000 m"... standard, cylin but nerds new clutch. AM-FM PLUMBING REPAIRS-Larry terest. Lots clear sand
eampar, oood condition, Plonaer AM/FM cassette.wad radio oood tiros, liking tiooo.37SH03. on
aklna '''CIO. Call. 371.1999 kaap 1 cared tor,S4MO 378-0651. : Student.CORVETTE. T.ague Plumbing. HELP bottomed lake, priced to' '
trying student)
.. 473-1313. tlnchg 5/21 sell from 9900. One' to.,.
1." '
59.0 TIIIANS KM MPG Lembratta Car. _10 .7t DODGE VAN. 11.000 miles on SILVER WANTED
new ao Sarlas tl five lake
acres overlooking
AM/FM eua etf power wlnotowsttearlna MPG Lambratta Pick uo. 75 rebuilt uiai A.ov.ry. .
automatic I
t.irbo-charod. MPG Mlcroor. 110 MPG Comu. condition oood .lunar ao amp T-top 4 ftpaaKar PI Cassette= WORK--build patios, (access available) with
llnoar ovente.6l. .... $ 300. ta-car. 37S-S73a MOPED CITY n Call. JacH eves 171-ooet. .t.,.... S7MO. 377-2771 s,_,. fireplace, additions, HELP WANTED TRUCK nice trees 'from 3.500
lake ovar O4. INC. Ml NB J9: Ava. _. DRIVER 'for
remodeling home and '
$500 down $50 a month.
,41! r tile work. Free estimates. dump. Also experienceddozer Commercial frontage-
', Phone 473-4473 alter 5 and loader. Phone Investment opportunity.SR21 .
I 473-3041. 1/15
p.m. tfnchg ill Itchg N. Owner-salesman.

NO MORE RAZORS and 4734375. tfnchg I/I
-73 RENT
tweezers. Try electrolysis
.> it's Inexpensive. Hair 1 BR FURNISHED lak. cot- quality only. You are invited

removed permanently by a tog.. $229 per month to visit our kennels .:
; 4' ... ,
registered Electrologist.Call KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY 475.1228.
A cloin' 3 elt SUBLET Jan. ranEr._. a BR, lea living room with Ira-/ .
OWNER; vary 3 BR Amy's Electrolysis, 473-4961 12/4
rV bath IIOO sq It, modular kl/chen.gulpoed, drapes, carps Place' central' ...."/.1'. with tlnchg
homa on ahadv cornor lot In SW air aitcad, cloae In, "...n. dock on Lake. Santa ".. S4X5 par 490 Lawrence Blvd., tfnchg 12/11 LADIES 2'" 10-SPEED bicy
on Archar ad.s 29..aoo.37Q.MI3. S37Vmo.1 100 dMXXIt. J79-41M.: month. Rafarancaa. Call 461-7297. K.ystone.473.7033. tlnchg' ON LAKE GENEVA-2BR. cle. Needs tome work.

NORWEGIAN BRICK 3 SR. 3 ex 1 BATH careat and utllltv a .... 1 Bam tacludad, front and 1/8 r/BA.' $150 month.
3 ham on I acre woof town room ....,... backyard kltchanaoollancet. back PorcH, staraoa and carport, per S25. Phone 473.2164.Itchg .M... mortoaoa' with waitilng machlna' fancad In. yard S3I J par montn. Water and garbage pickup 1/13
no allfyUKi. 47H07Q.NODWEOIAN H
BRICK 3 BR. 3BM I be,.,.carps In Hvialactrlc _. a BO I BATH. ,kitchen aqulppao, Huntley month $100 I deposit and dumb
.' ., nice yard, pats oh. uvo weights
a bath on 1 SO heavily wood.dKra 0" rafrloaralor no month
watt of town. AMomabla eats, !. U..",. A_. 3/o/mo.. .1st. lat. last SIOO daooalt. Lease. Redfearn's 473-2333. tfnchg 12/31 bells. $60. Phone 473-2350.
::7Lke 12.4.% morteaee. n-tam.: lait dapoalt.. 3n-uu: .la NW 3l.t Pl.ce. 371-1151 owe.allO BUILDER'S HOUSE 3BR 2BA Itchg 1/15
4 :
: OCEAN FRONT LOT CKCSENT 3 an IM bath, Cmt. haat/alr. NW:lIST AVB. 4 BR house S .RVICES 1400 sq. It., W/W carpet,
BEACH $>>._ cash or '.,m... w.llt.walcaroling.. utility stava "'r'o.. c.r..... dr. .
Tim Cowart Si Asvoclatas' ....... carport, front backyard central. heat IIr. **". by >IMCTXW7 473-4340 CH/A fully equipped kitchen. HOMES FOR
e"OWNEIII REALTORS cat3750305.. '
.19-77' "rMm.dr Half acre lot lake
flOW 3 B.. a boo... _.. "
OoNwettt Amarlcan C SALE'KeV'Ion.
...r._ on '.r_ wood.d lot In 3 BR BRICK attached 0..._. R..ltv.3.l1n. IB 13 St. 4 BR, 2 Bath comTPlafalv f1 or 'access. $293 month.
....ut,..... HI.. .. _........ S44/0g. dlnlnoroonn.' 2.baths cont air 3 B 1.R"Mr'I"r.r. NW 13 r_._. Maw kli; aopllancaa 376.0392 377.9829
372-7119...... 414100S.y.. asiumaole .loan i'/a. call 1 PI camat, laundry hook up. pal 473.4252 days
37S-o ia.:.Tail NW ITtti Tarrteat .... Large lot. No pest .
aulat U'O/mo. 313.4701after sii5/Mo., ,latl nights tfnchg 1/1/81 Heights e
JrJOer waakartda. '..'. .......,." Call 37a-svu. Repairs Of Major
Keystone Club Estates >

Electric Appliances MISCELLANEOUSBINGOAMERICAN ,11 1 '/, % interest :2&38R

Serving Bradford A Clay models. Ready move In

Counties I LEGION 6 weeks call th. ham.arrong.r .
HALL. SR-21, Sot. 7 p.m., Bob
Lawre"c Blvd. Harris
Sunday 2-3 p.m. Public Invited 4733133. 1/8
tfnchg 1/1/81

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1 usE> Speakers Sensul KING-SIze bedroom suit, triple KING size WATERBED wittinaalar
Am .;., direct dresser, mirror cheat a nloht and mastaear. 1I2J. call
drive, 1117 r..n'.bl. Kenwood. .dbo.'... S3ia. Tuas. A Thurs.:116--4.129.: Classified Ads Get Results
,. cassette dock Complete...t_. 374.446373.5264.KINGSIZE: ,
G .""eI-shape. Attar S, 37afloa.. KROPKE hand Controls foe awe
Matrass and bait all,. Porla Scooter. almost now .
COLOR TV. RCA IS Inch console. prlnos Boavty Rest. > frames, wilt) battery and ch.,_. 1025. .
Ii beautHul wood cabins Excel.BfTAI 1IM."': aaiyj73-ei04. c.1I3r7S.
lane tend/tlo.. 150.
Call 04ve.nNlm.
..3710113. LARGE SOFA. 113$. contemoo.rary .
cnalr. SIS. cone ,...,.. ..,. fr35S,.. 3300'call PNV0J7.M. 0ntU"2J" SHOWCASE PROPERTIES
r book cetae 510..nd t.b'.. SS. .
Vldao recorder lass than via r.cadtabn.51.376.7064.: : MOVING. MUST SELL-Olnlo ('004)) 473-4103:
dd.1670.3/3.4644.: : 47S." 72. LARGE WHIT! .of.-eod tablecombination. .at. SIM. 3 apaad blcvcla.' 1>>. Copies
-- TV. RCA color, SIJO.: 3741' P.O. Box 1331: S.R.
Ti.iEWING CENTER Very good condltSM r.1 or 21 North ,Keystone Heights'
9427 SW ArcKar Rd. 374460 Nan US.C.II *. I

ASSITT. ..CRIB..-./S.wltn aaby martrass c."...Sibvinoar .- Archar Square FleieTVSBARS TWO ORBAT BIKES-IS" Taka-. PORTABLB eat. tIr"'.... Table Lake Brooklyn 4 bedroom. doublewlde on
SS. walkar-SS .area plavpan111 Sllvertone 1." catorTT r. Deluxe Sport, 4 months old.excallattt and .lea610. Kelly .Ad back060k. 15C' woodland Drive placed on a large foundation for
.. 510.Can n -747.PlNDl11 Letter
Portable ba lnatia-si. yrs. OKI. Minor APT problem Mao 130. If RekHori. -
Oullts-U ._h. MoMIe A aym-si. otherwise evervfhino else works ste. CltaoM locks ...... a home fenced lot, paved street close to town.
Call J7.S.Need fine. ArtJne ) J7T-O7M. 3_ r. orM ,,M53f0: ,]71-1017. only Size $44,500 owner financed.20C' .

New brick home Enclosed garage quiet street

Legal access to Lake Bedford.545000.. .

Size in town '-. Walk to beach and park, immaculate
more in formation? White I Tou Wait i home,a pleasure to see. S55.00O.

Commercial bldg. in downtown Keystone .
Interested in.placil.Call a classified? rfllrf:: ; ::iiii;: : upstairs. s44,000tefmg.Commercial .

tttne Ie corner '' in Starke, comer of 301 A
372-4222 Ii: Starke 964-817O: rr.N-.c-G.: 16. Two old homes In need or repair $112,000
I VU; La. ... U1r owner financed. '

.J 110 W. Call St..' On* acre) 4 For mobll* home, near Crystal Lake.

.. $4,500.
at t/a-uts

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D.odUn.! for 'In..rtlon WANTED SERVICES
NURSING HOME needs full- BILL'S SAW SHOPS Complete loads only. ALLEN .. YOU CAN HAVE A pleasantand rrLttillQ 1flREALTY
preceding Thursday before cent par lb. V.rnon Reddish SCHOOL BOARD of Stark., !
time LPN UN for service, circular .
or nun. sharpening TAYLOR. Lavrtay. Phon. profitable career sellIng
-publication. 944-4530. tin 11 127 Fla. will have a public sale
Minimum charg. 250. 4-13 shift Call 964-6220. hand carbide, 7823172. 12/4 tfchg. SINGER TOUCH t SEW Fully B. auction Sat.; Jon 24, custommade lubricant '
10/9 tnchg chain mower blade hollow HAT Highly fertilized. to industrial commercialand :
(Covers 15 automatic. Makes design, 1981. beginning ot'9 a.m.
Words). SEWING MACHINE and balanced.
ground ArgenUno-Bahla (no rain). farm account In
Each word buttonholes, monogram, at the Operations Center your ;
ov.r 15I OPERATORS, Leave at Jackson
: Building J.M. Edward Call area. Previous, sales experience
hems etc. Originally sold 519 N. Orange St.. Starke,
;. I I. 10 cents perienced) In factory Industrial Supply In Stark., k.y.ton. .. .
964-3379. 13/4 .1 .
tehg for over 9450.00. Pay oH Fla.School vehicles, equipment not required. ,; PHONE ,".717,
.Not responsible for Fulltime Lake Butler.
error sewing. Height or .
1225.USED Knowledge of equipmentand '
balance due $143.30 cashor furniture and CF.V.WA!
when given ov.r the phone 40 hour week. Do not app- TFchg NEWSPAPER assume payments of materials will be sold at mechanical TERWiLLiGAR 205 N. Temple Starke I

*r when copy I I. not typedand ly unless you work 40 ALCOHOLICS ANONY- ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x $12.10 per month. Whit. 'auction. 1/8 3tchg 1/32. background helpful. Company tTsarON '

brought to the office.. hour. Apply In person. MOUSi 36" 25' each Bradford Sewing and Appliance BAY GELDING Four paid training pro-
r Stark. Uniform ...... East Phone 964-3148 or 964-7619. County Telegraph. years teoche. salesmanship THE HOMfFIIONTw.
." \ Center. 3527 S.W. Archer old. Green broke. Very gram
Brown I.. Str..'. 13/11 TFchg 964-6305. tfn Road Archer Square) gentle. Call 964.8731. Itpd and product application. ere In the right environment et the right price We

HOMES tfnchg. REMODELING BUILDING 58 GALLON INK DRUMS Plaza. Gainesville, phone) 1/15. Earn top commission are friendly people In Bradford and Union Counties and
CAREER OPPORTUNITVi REPAIRS N.w kltch.n., P.rf.cfqr trash barrels. and monthly bonus) No investment .
376-4466. 1/15 tfn. GRAIN FED PORK Buy direct Keystone Height. We have e goad business cllmefe lots
Leading life and health Insurance baths, Brick
FOR SALE rooms. $5.00 each. Bradford County overnight
ASSUME PAYMENTS I960 from the form and save. ol sunshine and e substantially lower cost of living.
company now Interviewing block concr.t. Fireplace Telegraph 964-6303. Senior-touch microwave 85* Ib., cut and wrapped travel, Call today
for outside Grlffls Con
NEW 3 BR HOME 1500.00 sales and collection posi struction. Phon. 473-2108 WINDOWS.tin. WAREHOUSE oven. Has several power dressed weight. Call 1/22.18005271865. 1/15 3tpd We have, eight ((8)) new home. .".n.ltl.for Immedlete'

down payment und.r tion. Excellent Income or 4732578. TFchg LADDERS 5 gal. can settings, defrost cycle, 7833633.33tpd 1/39. cupancy. Price range. from $32.900 to $64.000. If yew
meat probe large site. SALE OR TRADE 35 sections
$345.00 month 1'/* bath potential. No experience' SEWING MACHINES asphalt roof coatlng-$7.00; Full factory warranty. left of 6 x 8 cypress picket CARS qualify financing far these fine homes ere readily,

tike lot.toll Bob Harris for neceisary. If you or. will. REPAIRED All mokes cases of 6 one-gallon. cans .In Christmas layaway par. fence with 35 treated avollable.Developers.
''detail anytime > 964-5333. Ing to work and meet people cleaned oiled and ad- for $8. 964.6679. Bargain left area. Assume 964-8539. Itchg TRUCKS,
ty past
'1/831chgl/22. coil 964-7914 between lusted. $15. Workguorant..d. Center. 12/11 tfn.: of $19.00 Dream Forty beautiful acres i nr HOI. etei .

MOBILE HOMES Why pay 8 a.m. and 9 a.m., Mondaythru James TRUCK TOPPERS. $ ". INSTALLED month.payment Whit. Sewing and per 1977 FIAT I24i Standarc Large oaks and pines. Paved reed on North and South

'mor.? Buy direct from the Friday. 1/1 4tchg Strickland corner MorganRd. Has full vision Appliance Center 3527 Classified Ads tran.mllllon.2.door. If Interested border with graded road on West border. If you hove

factory and ave.. Large 1/22. and Hwy 16. TFchg door and opening side win- S.W. Archer Rod Archer contact Community built any reads lately yew will agree that et $1300.00 per
dows. On. this Is a goad buy. Owner financing.
'.election of 1?, 1.. and year warranty.I.aal.y Square Plaza acre
OPEN; 'Typing required] SERVICE Pump-avis. Bargains. Get Results. 964-7830. 12/11 tfn.
wid... 376-4466.1/1S tfn.
double Purchase a Must be neat and Residential commercial ... 1963 FALCON 2-door. Good
dependable -
mobile home In the month 4734521. tfnchg' 13/11., ASSUME PAYMENTSi 25'RCA Seven one acre tats on Brawnlee Rd. $4,000 per acre with
with and Industrial. licens condition. best '
$600 of-
previous |lob Fully BULLS Two registered or .
pure color TV. Walnut con. 20% down at 12% Interest rate.Come
of January and we will' references. For appoint ed. Phon. 964-8131. TFchg bred. One-Angus On. for Coll 964-8612 after, 5p.m.
sole. Under!
help In your monthly coil ment. call 964-8741. 1/6 MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory warranty. Payoff 12/18 tfn.I97S .
Hereford James Gasklns. .
balance due $166.00 Inspect the Bradford Villas- To..n"-" ... on
by paying to you$50.00 per tfn. trained mechanics. DATSUN PICK-UPi jCall
964-8336. 12/18 tfn.
cash or assume,18.90permanth. .MOBILE; I HOME sent Rd. Furnished model shown by appointment only.
month for 12 competitive RN LPNI OR SUPERVISOR US-301 South 9646020. alter 7:00: p.m., 782-3579.

month.. Hurry and came Licensed nursing personnel 5/29 TFchg 5.BOOKKEEPING. LANDFOR Sewing and Appliance. White 1II Itpd 1/15. Price itart at $33.MO.

by for more detail. COM needed Immediately. SERVICES 9 110 OLDS OMEGA V-6;
SALE Center 3937 S.W. Archer member" fill buya,,' needs We must h.".
to our
MUNITY MOBILE HOME Enjoy nursing. In a qul.t years experience In all speed; 32 mpg. 3000
SALES. US 301 North. Open hoipltal. Contact Director phases Including taxes and Plaza Road. Gainesville Archer ,Square phone miles. Will take your old Istlngs. The way we put It ell together I I. what set* uspert.

9 a.m. to dusk 1 to 6 on of Nursing' ,UGH 496-2323. Gov.rnm.nt form.. WATER OAK CHEEK AttA) 376.1466.1/15 tfn. IIi car or truck for equity. Call .

Sunday. Phon. 9648741. 1/152tchg 1/22. 473-7073 after 5 P.M. 7/3 30 acr... Off Crawford Rd. IBM U.S. CENSUS of New after 5:00 p.m. Call PREFERRED PROPERTIES

1/8 TFN.WATERFRONT. SICIIIT AItY IIIIICE'TIONISTI tfchg and Ferguson Rd. !$630.00 River County, Florida 964-8427. Itpd IllS.SURI"LUS *3BR 1 acre Wilson Rood reduced $''.5GO.
Must 50-60 havegeneral KEENS TREE SURGEON
SampsonVVFranne type wpm; per acre.Price Negotiable..: which Included the present *606 W.'Adklns-House I 50' x 100 lot $13.500.
office knowledge Trimming removal. 14 i JEEP value,
ov.r 1450 sq.ft.- ; yr. Ph. 7823756. 1/8 2tpd: day counties of Bradford. *404 N. Cherry-2 large. nicely furn. apts. Owner fin.
10-key calculator; work experience. Have 55 ft. $3l96..sold for $44. Call
Cedar S Stucco appraised experience preferred. bucket. Free ..tlma... 1/15. Bqker and. Union. 67 312-742-1142 ext. 705 for *3BR. 38 Edwards Rd. Has everything) S49.MO. .
lover 6500000. Mak. of- Send resume to Phon.782.3733.9/25tnchg A LOT IN FLORIDA Ready to pages. Indexed by Sur Info on how to purchase *Eastwood. Dr. 3 BR 2 I. panel, carpet$30,000. Reduced

:'f.r Financing available SECRETARY P.O. DRAWERA WE BUY GOLD. Cosh on the build on. Hard top frontage name.. 81/2 by 11. Soft bargains like this 4lpd *New brick 3 BR 2B 1600 *q. H. CHB.A. In city.

:Bob Harris 9645533. 1/8 SIar.... Fla. 32091. 1/1: .pot. Williams Jewelry. $1500 cash or $2000 Back cover.Price $8.00 Gbmn 12/18. I/I. 1/13 1/29. *607 Milton Terrace-nearly new-many extres-$3l,000.
f3tchg 1/22. 2tchg 1/22. 100 E. Call St. 9647064. on payment. $300 down Postpaid. Mary C. Porker *16 Ac. Brownlee Rd. Col. home barn, stream $64,500.

BV OWNER Roomy home 10/16 tfnchg. with $40 p.r month which 7633 King Royse Road. I SerWce AHome 4 :I.cra. In Breaker $91,600
Dey or Night
Jacksonville Fla. 33310.
:with' den/fireplace; carport FOR RENTKITCHENETTESs CASH FOR GOLD sterling Include Inters at 9%. 1/15 3tpd 1/22. *Home, wkshp-Rd.lOOW 3 BR, QUA. FP. polio $39.500.
and workroom; shed; coin. A-Z Pawn Shop. 144 Call 9648071. Itchg 1/13. EXPERT LOCKSMITH I2S yr.old ft.). Hampton S.:3 Ac-$38.500.
Jorge garden space with W. Call St. Phone 9648348. KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER BjU *Call St. commercial 100 x 190 Owner fin. $!,900.

pecan and fruit tr.. on On. BR 11/13 tfnchg. WANTEDGOOD With attachment.15000. U Locks *5.5 ecres near Presbyt.Church ft hospltel-mako offer.
783-3127. 1/15. : Re-keyed
J.94 acre low taxe Call apartments, pool TV. AC. CHAIN LINK FENCE Install. Call Itpd III RECOVERYROOM 6.16 ecres Grlffls Loop-timber-own. fin. 10500.

964-5610. 1/15 2tchg 1/22. utilities Included. Totally ed. Free estimates. HandyMan PRICES PAID for used NEW AND USED FURNITUREand Porchrockers. I e Lacks Repaired iP' *20 acre Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner flnenced.

MOBIL HOMEi 2 bedroom., furnished. Weekly monthly mobile homes If mortgage appliances.. BARGAIN The Recovery Room of *Great property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Fin.
rate.. TEMPLE MOTEL. TFpd. 6/81. Is 3/4 paid OHM'S DON HLU Lake local 01.,. ". Skin lodge"$40,000.
,I bath; extra $3.500.00. or more. CENTER. US 301 South City *43 Ac. Lawtey area formerly .r.
Terms.. Call 964-1213 'ltxt. 880 N. T.mpl. Av., TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Call' MOBILE HOME SALES. 9646679. TFchg SECURITY SYSTEMS Archie Tanner Funeral *1S Stark. Phone 9647357. the Office 110 W.
140 leave your number 964-3606. Open 7 days PLUMBING FIXTURES windows Home 4.7B Acres Rd. 230A ft Wilson Rd. 11700.
9/20 TFcfig. Call St.. Stark. for details.
will call back. 1/1 2tpd 1/8. MIMOSA MANOR MOBIIB 964-5764. tfn. weekly. TFchg door, pipes, plus 04.57S7 Stnrke. FI. *56 acre.-Rd. 100-owner will finance.
1 ACRE RANCHETTEs Ov.r WANTED Mobil. home axles 10,000 other Items now at A *2.6A-S233 septic well pump elec.pole portable sheds
,.. .
and tl Will pick up.OLiN'S < reed from Bedford Lake $105.OOO.
1350 .<) feet $1950.00 spar.sforr.nt.Phon. Class rings sterling sliver Bargain Center. US 301 DIVORCE 5000 *40 acre across

moves you In. No clo'ingcaAlafJLeplaca.3BR. 468.2912.) 'TFchG'HOUSEKEEPINC'and liver coin, dental gold; SALES. 9645606.MOBILE HOME 7 South. Starke. TFchg .. .Irad"ord. : Contmteduncontested, abandoned *13: acres 301 ft Morgan Rd. Owner finance 13.OOO.
1 ACRE LOT FOR SALEs ,. witn/witnout cniiuren Country Club lef ItO' MMr-nice locetloit-SlO.MO.
2 all and silver'
sleeping gold |*wlry; days a _k. TFchg_ .._ and You pay vourovm riling teal. :
6otN f.hownlb.yAppn' on- room TV and Air. 10K. l4KJ8Kand22K: < gold CASH FOR COINS Gold? Garage; oerer sewer Mini! ; Storage jStsrfce j MOUTH MOHIOA I *Hampton' Oaks Lot IYSri.s,owner fln.n ecI-S7.1OO.
elect. 7 ml. NW of Sfarke Call ft Water St. lot 235' x Be Owner fin. $19,800.
y. 964-5533.. 1/8 Stchg Underwood Motel 3 mile and anything of similar .11".r., sterling. dental SICRETARIAISEeviaCall Busy
1 1/22. North of Starke on Hwy valu. Next to Piggly Wlg- gold. GF scrap jewelry opeIIcCiI en SR 229. Whispering HWY 100 .t Laure 9t. : between s p.m. *41f S. Walnut. New large warehouse-$12.500.

24 30 COMPLETE SHELL 301. 10/9 tnchg gly. 964-8325. Starke Gold frames, etc. J.R. Bull' Pine* Estates Lot No. 28. and 9 pm. *7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. en Rd. 161 Owner. fin.

HOME 500000. To be CULUOAN fully automatic and Silver Exchange. 1/15 Ington 964-6330 TFchg. 11/13 tfnchg. NOW 259-4403 e Homecemmer.) ft cottage" on Madison St. Owner fin.

mov.d. Call anytime. water conditioner. $3.73 Itpd. WANTED Used tools, both. YARD SALE RENTING *$500 mo. Income four furn. rentals-Call ft Bay 53.000.
964-8493. 1/8 4tchg 1/29. per mo. Installation extra DIVORCE $50.00 Do It mechanic. and carpenter. MOBILE' HOME a large opt. complex on :301, good cash flew ._. fin.

1973 MM 34 x 60 unfurnished. limited offer. 9647638. yourself. Call Lake City. Phone 964-8331: or SlIng Units : INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Realtor Associates-After Hour

$5500. 783-3950 after Sp.m. tfncha. 10/23. 753-1003. IllS 4tchg 2/3. 468-1531.9/11 tnchg YARD SALEs WILL RUN $7.00 per mo & up Wayne E.Douglas Broker-Salesmen

l/153tpd 1/22. ONE BEDROOM HOUSE In BOATS WANTED Mobil. Home Axle THREE WEEKS: Thurs.. Fri., Telephone. 9646593Gerrl

BY OWNERS Hom. on acre town. $133.00. first and .. Paying the best price Sot. B Sun. 10 a.m. > 5 p.m. I 473-2735 j POLICIESAT Lennan. -496-3140
last month In advance, $50 for condition axle .
with shade and fruit tree; good Behind Tackle Box. Stork. I Byron T.rwillegar,164-7776 Martha Do" 7B2-3397J
depotlt. THREE BEDROOM IB FT. GLASTRON BOAT 225 964-8331. 9/11 tnchg 1 IpdI S. VMrVWMArWVVWVVrV REASONABLE RATES nneTerwlllegarNelson,475-1477 Sally Killlen,44/-22S5!
2 large bedrooms. 1 bath . . .
HOUSE: Fireplace : fip V-hull. Vinyl top and HOUSEMATE Male, to share

CH/A stove.carpet I mil.draperiesand west of workshop or guest house; many deluxe accessories. house; will have own BIRCH'S 964-5534 Oll 's Mobile

lake accesi Crystal Lak. Just like n.wl! Call room. cable TV.
Slarke on Hwy 100. Phon. Hom.* '... 275.00 per Gainesville 376-3619. TFN.OPPORTUNITIES washer/dryer $123 mo. IPM PEST CONTROL SERVICES Home SalesFREE ADVERTISE NOW

964-7953. Itpd 1/19. month. $175.00 security NON-DRINKER. The Master Killers QUOTES .:..
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1973 ARGO DOUBLEWIDIi deposit. 964-5200 day or 4734669. 1/8 4tchg 1/29., s\\O*, for Positive Germon-Rooch Control *, *oa Phone 964-5606 i I 1i, I II

Good condition. Must be 9647187. 1/8 tfn. WORK WANTED Hard work. -0'*', Specie! Senior Citizen Rates? YES i 11 < Ilnehp \ Elaine. Olin Agent I 1 I I IDown ,
moved. Equity and assume MOBILE HOME Two Ing laborer will work In ., *, liwdg I I ..o
payment of 13475. Call bedroom Adults only. No> I Ipell. NO""' JOKE Earn good moneyat Stark. area. Call 371.<<)26 II I, R80FIMO :

944.1773.,1115 4tpd 2/5. Call 964-761?. 1/8 home. Full or part time. after 5:30: p.m. 1/8 3lpd '

2 BR''TRAILER) 10 x 50 A/C; 21chg 1115. Writ. AERO Commerce, 1/22. : 9S4-6372 ':

wfrldoWfon; CH; Scotch tin.LlnII.ld..Mu.t 2-TWO ROOM APARTMENTS .. Inc.. P.O. Box 467 Lake SOMEONE TO CARPOOL to f f"We COME ,TO THETOOL ""I
leave forhe'ctlth.reasons. ) Completely furnlshad Butler Fla. 32O54. 1/15 Gainesville with. For I

$3.399.00 Including utilities.- 4tchg 2/3. 'detail call 4733508.: Itchg I

Pln hurst< Trall.r Park Inquire at Underwood I Roofing of all types, including I
Motel 301 North. Itchg I
1000 S., Water St. Itchg 4 repairs. :
III ;: _. 1/13.. Pickup. Butcher. Chill Cut. end Wrsp" I
Classified Free Estimates
Adagets fur.
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results nished. $100 per month. I Prompt Service :
Phone 9648243. Itchg
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WildernessLog FURNISHED DUPLEX Three

HomesAn rooms and bath. Some HARDEE'S MEAT MARKET'I I
utllltlea furl'll"' ,. Private THrIj
adventure/ Into rustic Owayne and Darlene Hardee Copies
yard and entrance. No
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Home dreams-a reality. 964-5464. I/IS tfn. I ibS

Janet M. StarlingRealtorAuthorised ONI BEDROOM FURNISHED ........ ?eecwa

Dealer Apartment: Utilities In 218 E. WASHINGTON ST. OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY Air T..I. r J Letter a.w r.
1.9W712.3931-712.3$ 6. cluded. Inquire at Tackle STARKE.FLORIDA 32091 190418B472 Farm Buppllse. SIze r

Sale*Associate.* Box or call 964. .c29. Itpd C..p.Dtttl( Pretest

A...*.,..*. -W R..... 113.MISCELLANEOUS. VIsee-Biftellewe-CuloilMw* I 20c legal 1
!_."44 UU if*.1S444HHo HOMES FOR SAUl .

..........C..yIca. Remodeling may be your answer? Let SIze Well

_1U1 [us help call Affordable Jan. 18 2:00 While You Waif
..'Lots*Acreage PUPPIES Fr.. ta good you today: Ssnday.;; : pm Drilling,

Lawtey. Florida home. Call 964-5932. Itchg Homes 964-5533 No Job too small.. Community Center CL&. CLC ffi _.. THrwuer L1f1

Union County Ads :t Off North Lake Ave. on Lake L(!E 3 Drilling Fast Equipment Rotary

110 W. Call St

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SERVICES 9 MO. OLD APPALOOSA 168 CHIVROLIT IMPALA AIrCompr....,. .. v-- Tool SALE SalesPartsServiceEZ

MAD COLT: alto have 11 mo. Good condition, $350. con Acreage 1.D 1. AlvTMls JVSJ ::.twr.. nose.NM w r ::::. ft USED
CUSTOM Appaloosa filly both Elliabeth Mann 01.1 Cornell :.-:.-==_ --I= M>.vy Duly E-Z Terms
R A. lit llStFreeestimates. milt : .... cos. .s..M We finance(
I broke to halter. Can beregistered. N of Lake Butler on 'S .. _M I.__ Mwclw1.ale our own. I
Local Brown
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distributors for completely 131. IllS tkhg. -- .-- Y w Piumbing
Jane Usher. RadterA.eedM.washable -
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nationally Itchg VIS.UXMtTOMBUILOINOlWIl. ,496-.022. ..-. Tool far :::.w? w .owrr
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advertised Cardsette ) < wr= E.aryoll. .'=,":.. : =:; New Installation
Draperies. StW Enterprise AAA Tiffin and Owens. Inc.Reelfort .. w Sr rM. in are 1a ...-- HOOVERS
make god lumber or I rrw I
*, Ed or loma $173. located 1 REALESTATI avwwwra ::=-== Nate wra ELECTROLUX Remodeling Repairs
building ,
Stephen. 496-3319.. mile N ;of lake Butler on AGENCY Riverfront A Rive access FUrTee1/ ..:.-::..-::-- I reeler, ToJtMlte ; ::,.w nssr._ FILTER QUEENS

S/1/80TFN. 121. Elizabeth Mann. Ikhg 752-0577 .lot*. :.a...a::;::,; :'.":*el'::.. : rae..= .I--3$ S..Marr..tN ew i.I'll.' ........' 1
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INSURANCE 1971 MSTIVAl. 1JX.8 '12 w/13 acr.PovidM.N PreceeslHfl flant. .ee.a M I. Lea :.== :..:aer....r ELECTRICAL. TOOLS COMMERCIAL PUMP
Washer '- -- --
MOBILE MOMIi 3/1'b new listing. Hag PermSIHerent 1 1 ante. era We repair all'moke.
MAINIS INSURANCE! ACIN- and dryer, CH/A.; partially sled :=. l :=1'.M' 1.Yww :r IJew.NN &
""'A1 near Ralford. Acreep.CY. ,r.w1 ri' .. .. .
160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake fumlihed. 53.800Phone 3/3 w/pool A acreage 6 acre lot In town .'-a. ar ..N. .. -_ ._-._ _. j."..' AL YCUWG'SSIM SUPPLY I
Butler 4963978.+ Complete I7ar496-2191.lkhg N r.wa. rear-
3/1 Show Addition Mobil. home { IVt __ Sack U NY ran :::::= 19(7miles
Service. TFN .. t .
Insurance .
IMWOOO. FOR SAlti $M eplckvp .3/1H. CHA. In .._ ..-_ ats.--..__ w-- 0T"III' w row.M..INI. -- '"." 11 COMPANY I

$40 pick-up truck...... far 3/1 brick owner financed and ermlaisd. APARTIAIwwSSno > iteilh ef 864 N
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pine.. Tree_ .....were1wort. Acreage 10-5JO acre, tin .. = LISTALLSdBJECTTO: PRIOR s tiCUMMINS fttecfceenUStttClassified
TOBACCO ACHIAOB IN Call Thomas Nettle Notary service ',_ soil c...._?... Temple Ave.
UNTO COUNTY Write: 4t-37ia '.nrtl_. TN After Hours* Dan' Forget '

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Standard 30' x 60' single pedestal desk
s Receptacle 395.00 that converts into a secretarial, work
I ;, ,uafe seamless plastic REG $487 00 station with optional return. File and :.-
''J >see won't rust or corrode. 12.19801.- box drawer in pndestal center drawer
:or use alone or with op. 150 NalionalOllice with, central, ,locking device Walnut, ,
:- lonal'"Untouchable". top. PAIR REQ.21.DO veneers and hardwood solids. antique
I. 14" square, 28" high. Beige.. REG. $9.30 Associated I Furniture"Kimbair approach brass drawer pulls, 3'\""overhang on r, ,

lJ ox6J6sa QE) Rubbermaid Desk Trays File Pockets Single For Use ,ru.., Hand Return .
Letter-size, streamlined design. Prac Pedestal Desk f0E426.3060AP1
u'UNTOUCHABLE" TOP tically unbreakable, rust proof, snap. Letter-size pockets For Use. with Right Hand Return "
; or use with above base. proof. Protective rubber feet. Risers for for bulky correspondences IDE ?3060LPI { ;
fop automatically swings stacking Included. I'
Trays are 3"deep. SECRETARIAL RETURNS '
I ) rom weight of refuse even etc. Tough 150-lb. tag Left Return
:; Beige (DK3-2944-BOE stock. IV*"expan Converts desk into a work station I 18'x. IDEf.J5.1840LPI. .
i light cup 5" high : Return
paper Right' IDE25 1840RP)
typewriter 3
height box
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K8-2662BGE Black ) sion. Raised back for drawers
T: i lelge. ( > \ Indexing. For file with removable stationary 249.00 .1'1"I -
...73O. drawers cabinets or dividers in 2 drawers REG. $308 00.
I "' $12.10 3 149 !shelf filing. 50 per .
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a .'r I REG. $5.46 LEGAL SIZERediforni _. _
Y'" Rediletter rOF1-c46) .
) Speed stationery with "Message" and 15.49 BOX ,
"Reply" In 3-part form. Writer sends white REQ. $22.50 o
original and pink triplicate to correspon-
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II $27.95 CARBONLESS REDILETTER Avery Self-Adhesive '2 dot \ __
As above with carbonless paperDL14P463) e "
Hunt/Boston Electric Addressing Labels \
( $169 dOZ. ,, Bates "Performer"HeavyDuty
Sharpener 3.98 PACK designed thin crieete h '
Compact, trlmllna design. Automatic REG $572 I for up to 4 clear typed carbons Stapler r
cutting action starts when pencil Is Inserted 489 BOX Perforated for tearing Into strip'' \ MIKADO BY BEROL- \ 'Staples to 100 sheets of paper 50% easier 1.
''I' ; and then stops automatically. REQ. $5.75 for faster application. Can be The I largest-selling pencil \ I than comparable models. Loads 144
Casehardened steel cutter will last for used with Spirit Duplicator staples in %;' >/.'" or V," sizes. All metal
over 15,000 sharpenlngs. Made of tough Associated Rubber Bands 33 2'/.- ""'= In the world famous for construction with or rubber faet
x1labels per eheet skid 1 1r
It' hlgh.lmpactpolyslyrene.Amerlcan. Proven dependable guaranteed size and Adjustable depth g g with brown
made. U.L and C.S.A. approved. Putty strength to meet government specs. Extra- 20 sheas ((660 labels) per pack "Chemical, : Sealed' point strength \. knob,, (DH1.300HO)
finish.(DM3-170C) 1/32" thick. Tan. >
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\ WOQDGRAIN FINISH 23.95 pound per box. Choose from 4 sizes. ;: \. 96
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18 3"x/! 2100 (DA6-A218) with gilt tip eraser
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