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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
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January 22, 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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iw4nd Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
27th Issue Thursday January 22. 1981 VSPS 962-700



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u, #a for a new subdivision off The first 12 homes will be built on Both Telegraph reporter Andy Den-
nn'r''r ) r ii.iFt4'; 4+ { CR-16 near Gene Drive In West Starke already paved CR-16 Harris said. non and City Attorney George Pierce
t-/n 4 were revealed to the City Commission Plans call for five or six:houses a year showed up for the early meeting.
lu J Tuesday' night. Jan. 20, by local to be built once the project is started. Minutes of the Jan. 6 meeting did
builder Bob Harris owner of Affor- Mayor-Commissioner Charles not reflect that the meeting would
dable Homes, Inc. Schaeferd told Harris the subdivision start early so only reference was
Harris told the council of plans for a would have to be presented to the made about the subdivision regula-
33-lot parcel with houses in the $43,000 Planning and Zoning Board, which tions.
to $65,000 range. It will add! between Harris indicated he would do. Schaefer stated that the Feb. 3
$1.3 to $1.5 million to the county and Some confusion existed about when meeting dates and times for several
city tax rolls, according to Harris. the board would meet to consider the workshops will be decided by the
,"It is our intention to have a highly proposed subdivision regulations. It council to go over with AI Crosby and
restricted residential area with was reported to the Telegraph two representatives of the North Central
A Rare Pit StopLike homes with over 1,200 square feet and weeks ago that the board would meet Florida Regional Planning Council
\ lot sizes of a minimum of 15,000 an hour early before the Jan. 20 (he proposed regulations with the
the Roadrunner on Saturday morning" cartoon. Ashline has been getting 60 miles to the gallon with his square feet," Harris said. meeting to discuss the regulations. 'uuncil
I Victor Ashline seldom stops when he's driving his new new car and saving big money on his flve-days-a-week trip The matter was referred to the t
three-wheeled gas-saver, the Freeway Deluxe. The calendar from Bradford County to Jacksonville. Starke Planning and Zoning Board .
marks the for of
his refills.
one rare
which meets Tuesday.Jan. 27, at 7:30:
p.m. The subdivision will be the only
matter of business at that meeting Scant Rainfall Relieves DroughtTuesday's

\, ; 1 according to city Planningand Zoning
A'Real'Eyecatcher ; Director AI Crosby. scant three-tenths of
Harris said he plans to have a rain, breaking a January and
private and bonded plumbing con- December drought; provided a
tractor install sewer and water lines, welcome change from the dust
and plans to deed them to the city bowl created by two months of

Out of, 'the space age comes this gas saver for the commuterFor afterward. dry weather. .
"We're not looking to the city to do Hardly enough to" wet the
the work. We request the same con- ground the rain did coat the top
most of us the drive to and from compared to his truck gas bill of closeto of the
by Buddy Collings week sideration as provided the Bessent ground and cut down the
work is a forgotten part of most every BCT Staff Writer $30 per Villa Development and the dust. There was not enough rainto
Ashline smiles with the of
pride a
day blending Into obscurity along do
vegetable d
Longchamp group, Harris said. crops any good
with the morning shower. and coffee "This thing gets 30 percent better man who has dared to do something
breaks. mileage !than the motorcycle and I'm different and politely answers questions Affordable Homes plan intends to Forest fires which have been
But for Victor Ashline what was a out of the elements," Ashline pointed when passersby stop to peep at provide the paved streets to the homes as' burning about 50 acres a day in
45-mile stretch of daydreaming from out as he eyed the four-foot five-inch, the funny little car that has just one per city specifications. Bradford County were slowed

Bradford County to the Jacksonville 050-pound three-wheeler. After explaining seat and little other than the down by the rain late Tuesday. Liquid SunshineTotal
that he grabbed the postal necessities for legal driving inside."I .
westside bulk mail center has been
turned into a parade of double-takes; job "for the security of it" amidst a almost hate to take it into town., Bells to Ring rainfall for the two mon It's been: anltilc ,sliuclirilosliijiis
giggles questions, and just plain missile layoff at Cape Kennedy seven The last time I went I came out of the ths is still less than one inch, bud to break mil
and located in and resulting in extremely dry condi-. mill lulls in Bradford C'uun-
years ago Bradford store couldn't see the car there
gawking. t ions with about 20 forest fires Iv. but Airs. l.M. Smith hud l lIn
because we just'Uke.' the was in it per
The object of all that attention is country", so many people looking ,
his attitude about the Ashline remembers with chuckle. day reported. in the county ilo just thus mid sjbtinillrd >
Mr. Ashllne's new baby, his three- car seems surprisingly a I In Honor "
UN Tut>s.ta "'H
s week old car. The '''vehicle 'IB a daredevillsh But the funniest thing he has enr.l: .,.. _' .... l >
$&...< :JI".A Four-day forecast for Friday to liKliI lr4r/lc toll lit llu Iliadird -
,.t ,f Freeway...DeJuxe.-a-steeVreinforced...sha1Finil11"'liround' ,,, ''He'wrote r,* letter-' ).HMVehicleSfor -...._..countetedlilTrflilvuaysBus two\ days in a row enroute to Jacksonville that -"?,* "SSSv' '11! ., ,Sunday is for fair and dry '. Synurr "llupplllJ
fiberglass a one -
more details, got the Information weather with a cooling trend. n'uier.
has pulled alongside him.;
seat (two ) body ;
passengers maybe OJ" Hostages
("most was propoganda,, he
; : with a 12 horsepower single-cylinder hovered nearby for a few minutes,. .
) and ordered the car at a cost ,,
says then ahead, changed lanes t
t. Tecumseh engine doing the work. As pulled up .
of $3,255 delivered After nearly a
and then decelarated back along side'
the Mayor-Commissioner
it motors down the roadway Charles
Freeway ]Is a three-wheeled; one- year saver of arrived waiting and the'glistening Ashline has been gas- him so the paying passengers on the Schaefer told the other members of $8,000 Keys Get Quick Reaction!
eyed space-age yellow bandit that both sides could get a good look. That the Starke City Commission that Gov. -
around it in since.
could easily pass for; a fully-equipped scooting ever surely won't be the last story he can Bob Graham and the State Cabinet in A quick reaction was made Tues- said Board Member J.T. Parrish. The
James Bond escape car, or maybe a He figures he has gotten just under' tell wife Carol. and the family at the Tallahassee have ordered church day by the contracting firm of board followed the suggestion.
rich man's go-cart. But tooling down 60 miles per gallon on his first two dinner table. Jells around the state! to ring at noon Douglas & Kelley of Gainesville when
MO at 55 miles per hour in rush hour tankfuls, that on driving to and from Still Ashline is'thefirst to admit Sunday, Jan. 25. in honor of the just. the school board agreed to pay the
traffic? Jacksonville as well'as around town. that his mode of transportation to and released American hostages in Iran. final $8,077 due on the BHS gym EbrCEoum: (Crier
Yep that's exactly what these cars "They t tell me that should go up a lit- from work is not for everyone. As a tenovalion if keys are provided to the
have been made for, this one and the tle once the engine gets broken in andif matter of fact his sons, Todd, a Schaefer stated this will honour the building
167 others that were sold before it by I use that Mobil I synthetic oil." 19-year-old Santa Fe CC student and release of the 52 American hostages A representative of a Gainesville
H-M Vehicles of Burnsville, MIn-' That translates to $7 or $8 weekly"I Allen a 17-year-old BHS student, are where released Tuesday, Jan. 20, hardware firm of Taylor, Cotton, and }li1:.
nesota. quick to shake their heads in a "no after 443 days as virtual prisoners in Ridley was at the school Tuesday ff--,
"This car is for getting from point A really didn't think I had too muchto way" response when asked if they I Iran. morning, reports Principal Jim Dun-
to point B economically said lose," the 47 year old father of five drive the little car. "All he has around Schaefer reported Gov. Grahamwas can. The rep. said the locks will be J( ':/"j'
Ashline a former space engineer say matter-of-factly.:; He put up a him is a fiberglass shell he's right on sending a message to new Presi- rekeyed by last Wednesday or Thurs- .18
turned postal worker "It's basicallyjust refundable deposit of $200 with the the road" Allen says, sounding more dent Ronald Reagan asking that the day.It. :l .
a one person commuter car." balance paid on delivery. "And think- like father than son as he passes Prersident to declare Sunday.Jan. 25, will be some four weeks. ) .I.II -
In other words Ashline stops at the ing about how much gas is going to be judgement on pop's new toy. that church bells will ring all over the however, before the gym can be -, .
in a .." Ashline stopped short oi "It's not for Ashline nation to the release of the
gas station about half as often as an year. everyone symbolize keyed into the master key system at '
Arab visits the bank. The vehicles' saying the seemingly-expensive pur- agrees. "You've got. to be the type hostages. BHS Duncan reported '
maker boasts (hat if the owner test chase was a deal he couldn't refuse. person who's used to< motorcycles and The school board was about set to .

drives his Freeway at 40 miles per gas prices hurdling the dollar mark go-carts and that type of thing. Ityou're 7ime make the final payment Monday
hour and doesn't get 80,,to 100 miles the 90-mile round-trip! from his SR-16 looking for a Cadillac type ride ght. Meetings night, at the request of architect
per gallon of regular gas then a full home just west of Morgan Road was and Ilesure forget it. It's not built for Craig Salley when Duncan revealedhe FRIDAY ft SATURDAY
refund is due the car owner. digging deeper and deeper into comfort, it's not quiet it's strictly a had no keys to the building.How JANUARY 23&24
That guarantee appealed to Ashline Ashline's' paycheck. He tried) a pickup commuter. If you've ever driven a Proposed for CountyNight do you suppose the contractor TREESALE
when he read about the car in Popular truck he tried a Honda SOOcc motorcycle Volkswagon Beetle you'll know what could be pushed to supply the needed Green Acres 4-H Club
I'm talking about, that's what you can meetings of the Bradford keys. Locker basket rooms could not
Mechanics a year and a half ago.With but neither was the answer. Community State Bank
compare it to. County Commission have been proposed be used for physical education Fnday-1:004: p.m.

by newly elected Commissioner because no locks were on the doors, Saturday-f m.-3.00: p.m.SATURDAY.JANUARY .
Lawrence Mosley but other board Duncan said
members want to think about it "Just make the final payment 'contingent 24
I Hampton :Pays Bill for Athletic Equipment. before making a deicison. on him pulling in the locks" BRADFORDCOUNTY
Mosley says people him CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

A $778.78 bill for athletic equipment was quite the con- about night meetings when he was State ANNUAL BANQUET
Girl Scouts broached sub-
He the $5,000
versation piece at three Hampton City Council meetings campaigning. Starke Golf and Country Club
ject last Thursday night, Jan. 15,
within an eight day period with the net result being that Can Use City Hall Social Hour,:30 p.m.
when the commission met to work out
Clerk Gordon Wadsworth mailed a check to a Starke firm Council agreed to have the Girl Scouts under the direction specifications for health insurance for Grant Sought Dinner- 7:30: p.m.
Jan. 20. _
Tuesday, of Cathy Fenton to use City Hall Thursday indicating it would be
The issue involved of athletic equipment every employees, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27
purchases afternoon. Mayor Lott stated the girl scouts will clean up more convenient for the public to at-
from Bret and House last BRADFORDCOUNTYZONING
Jerry's Athletic spring by areas in town and will plant some palm trees without coat tend night meetings. For Boat Ramp
various people uniforms and other equipment for a soft. BOARD Meeting
to the city.Council. out Baker County
Mosley pointed
ball team which council agreed to last 7:30 p.m.
sponsor year. holds starting at 1 . .
one meeting p.m. Someone has donated land
At the Jan. 13 meeting the board voted 4-1 to pay the bill to be Paid to
and second each month
with Councilwoman Wilma McDaniel voting against pay a meeting enlarge the county board ramp on Lit- CITY OF STARKE
ment. For Special MeetingsAt .from 7-10 p.m. tie Santa Fe Lake Zoning Director ZONING PLANNING
The matter surfaced again at a special meeting in City the recommendation of Hall the board voted Night meetings have been of suggested the county before commission L.M. Gaines told county commis- Meet n-7:30: p.m.WEDNESOAYL.ANUAgY.
Attorney J.J.Wolbert's office In Starke Thursday,Jan. 15, sioners at their Jan. 5 meeting
unanimously to pay council city clerk, and mayor $10 an but the commission has never
when the lawyer was asked if the bill should be paid. It's a good opportunity to about dou- It
hour,for attending special meetings., adopted the practice on a regular ble (the of the
told size boat
Wolbert Chairman Ted Curtis, Sr. and Councilwomen -. ramp, a longtime LEGISLATIVE
Jane Hall, and Lola Williamson that because Mail Opening basis. Special meetings are normally desire. of the. county Gaines HEARING
held .
four members of the board had approved payment of the at lIight.Welty said. Bradford County
bill it should be paid. Method Set Gaines further suggested that the Courthouse 1:00: p.m.FRtDAYANUARY .

Wilton Hart brought three of the 14 uniforms of the teamto Hall made a motion at the Jan. 13 meeting to have council Selected county apply for a $5,000 recreation
the board meeting Monday;'Jan. 19,and Curtis showedthe members take turns handling mail addressed to coun grant, money accruing to the county / : 30
uniforms to those at the meeting. from fishing license fees and boat BRADFORD PLAYERSPRESENT. (

Hart and Curtis Brooks announced at the end of the Janr cil.She was asked by the other members to handle that task School Bd. registrations.. The commission. .
19 meeting that the Hampton Volunteer Fire Departmentwould 'this month. Atty agreed to that. 10 Days In A Barroom
pay the city back $500 toward payment of the bill Hall,at a special meeting Wolbert's office,told then The additional land can be used as Starke Country Club
and Hart and Brooks indicated they would make up the torney,two days in a row;she had problems with Clerk Starke attorney Richard Welty has the county's '3.:13: matching funds Also performing'
difference so the bill will not cost the City of Hampton Wadsworth about who was to get the mail. been selected by a committee of the grant with the state. 1/31.1/4,1/7,2/131/14

anything.- She reported to Wolbert.that Wadsworth called her a Bradford County School Board as the .l" I For reservations call
Wadsworth brought up another bill amounting to$62.93 liar on the street. board attorney.The Herb Herref 4'M4I
made last November from Mosley Tire Company in Wolbert stated the mail addressed to the City of Hampton appointment is on the condition InsidelTwo
Starke. He reported the bill did not show what the city was ( was public record.."Correspondence should be that Welty and the committee can .."'-
being billed for and, therefore, did not pay the bill. City Hall not at someone's house," Wolbert said. work out a remuneration agreement. Sections

Marshall Fred Phillips,'Sr. reported the bill from the "Records should be City. Hall unless sent. to other, The committee listened to three attorneys SECTION A: ,
tire company was for a new tire for the police car, places," Wolbert said. : Welty, Bobby Lex Kirby of News...., ...., .... Pages. 1A-3A Realtor*
Curtis then asked Mayor Hank Lott to direct the clerk to Wolbert suggested to those three members of the board Lake Butler, and Terry Brown of Editorial.' ..... ;..1. .P.g. 4A ((904)) 782-3931
pay the bill,,to the sporting firm which wu approved by present that Wadsworth get the mail and that the council Tampa.Jim Lang of Gainesville turned Soc.ty..P.g.s, SA HOMIS LOTS ACMAOIAUTMQ

council. member whose turn It is to go over the,mail;go to City the job down before the committee Correspondence.. ,.Page tA&7A I ,D OIALI.GJt1idemeQ .
Mayor Lott refused to direct the clerk to pay the bill"We'vbgot Hall to go over the mail with the clerk. hearing because of a. heavy work School Lunch Mona..1*

Hall the stuff, "Don't see .what the problem Is, Hall suggested at the Jan. 19 meeting that council hold a load.. Sports.............Page lA-IIA
said; ? .weekly meeting to go over maii.. Chairman Curtis sug. The committee, which met Wednesday Le.als. ft Real, Est.......Page. 10A
Wadsworth clime by the Telegraph Tuesday afternoon. 'gested that Hall table the proposal until the Tuesday. FeB night,Jan. 14. consisted of Chair- SECTION StNews I LotI.Home,

Jerry's''bif Jan. 20! arid told. a reporter that he had put the Bret and 10,monthly meeting of the board at which time Wolbert is man J.R. (Jim) Lawson and Board Brief...... .... :Page* 48 !i

meeting the In the before.malt as he promised at the council- supposed to present some new ordinances to council for Members J.T.. Parrish and Patricia Obitu riej.,',.-{. ..... .Page SBClassifieds. Hwy Ml N. P.O. *ox 126lowMy.
their approval. Spengler. ...?.... Page f Bft7B Fl. 32OMI

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What has happened to some$70,000 Hall said the building is furnished beep spent rifclasSroo7irTuTrniiiure'j ;'T"t t r t(1yiqarisalltctt Ialct1Ida n0f$39,000will
allocated to purchase furniture Brad- now with borrowed furniture\ .from (. is'schoen.rpi.' ( '' *'W'| t "d .( \
ford School Board members want to other schools and Lawley Correctional : "| don1) expect till, rhea< ._ a\o dfldble'Aprd' 1', Casey pointedout
know.A Institution. Hall stressed he has we spent $20,000 out of $70,000 and and suggested the board use Architect
full explanation will be given at not received any furniture the new then tell me we are out of money," : : Craig Salley' to design a larger
the February work session, &.pt building, but said he has received fur- Gaskins said.) building 'than'a portable classroom
Tom Casey said, that by niture for A portable classroom. and ptoh to contract.the'' : job out. The
saying he will pull rreraClnl. and "1 can't see a new building withoutnew Special'tducatfon'Building board agreed, Since,the portable can-
find out what has been spent. furniture," Mrs. Spengler added. In WorksThe nnol be built this term.
There is si ill no new furniture (in the The motion pertained to an alloca- 'about the
new 10-room addition to Law ley tion of some $70,000 with LE as Ihe' school.board,'at Supt. Casey's, Salley is' to consult pro-
J Elementary School,. said Board priority item at some $20,000, said suggestion, reallocated $3JOOQ which' 1 gram for the permanently mentally
Member Pat Spengler,. opening the Lawtey School Board Member Arthur was going too be spent vn portable retarded I (PMK) and)'educably: men and
subject. Mrs. Spengler noted she'd Gaskins. classroom IP house the, retarded program tally retarded EMK( programs
made a motion and it is in the minutes "I I thought we ordered every item at the iniddje school and set in < begin'design work on'will the be building.needed
that (he LE furniture was to be top (he principals requested,",said Supt.: I motion plans for, a larger, buildingnext ,Casey said the building of school next fall,and
for tile opening
priority."It Casey."I
apparently has been ignored," don't think we bought near what At the rate the vo-techcenter is Board Member Arthur Gaskins pushed -
"- Mrs. Spengler said of her motion. was on the list," Gaskins said. building portables. the special education ru"a Start(' now on I he building. Inside
luL' Principal Charles Hall said the fur "I don't either," Casey said, adding building cannot be completed this These programs!* are now housed -
niture was on his original request. perhaps some $18,000 to $20,000 has school term, Casey pointed out. He : the middle school, but a needed specially
,. suggested using the $31,000 available 'equipped I facility is what is
now to pay teachers in speech and the I he special education program for (the
I L' : gifted program, and to buy equipment retarded, Casey pointed out.
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Public, Service by Chevron... Economic Forecast for JVE FlaWhat [Alligator creek_

"1'bell'I.I. IIf the
'n. president futility Ranch
is going to happen to the They are Bill Alderman of Bradford'Title
( miiifil. iirccpls three chocks totaling $1 IS from SidShiiford l of
economy the northeast Floridaarea and Abstract Co., Harold C. .
r<> si'iiliiig t'lirtriMi. I'.S.A.' 964-6973
| in 1981? (Pat) Farnsworth of Davis, Monk, U.S. 301'SOUth
The checks are for ('lIlIInity Pride henivr project:
and Farnsworth Inc Sam
l>.\ llu' 1.111."I'S.. mill Krimkcr I-II flubs. ,
That is what members of the local Adukiewicz of Florida Power Light,
Chamber of Commerce want a Doyle Thomas of Thomas Auto Parts
speaker from the Governor's Dallas Mayo of McDonald's, and
Economic Advisory Council to predictat Evelyn Womack of Stump's Depart- l$& &
County CommissionSets the annual dinner meeting of the ment Store.
Chamber set Saturday, Jan. 24,at the
Starke Golf & Country Club. Featured speaker will be Jill Nickelof aiIIIL
Installation of officers, presentation the State Department of Com-
of two awards, a community service merce, who will address the state's
Insurance SpecificationsAt award and one to the outstanding predictions of economic conditions for % :
youth adult, and the economic forcast northeast Florida for 1981.

a special meeting of the Brad- include minimum benefit of $250,000for make up the program. More people Steve Denmark and Hazel Hardyare
ford County Commission the board each insured member of the fami- have bought tickets, 160, than ever members of committee planning
approved specifications to bid health ly. Plan pays 80 percent until your before, according to Chamber Ex- the banquet.
ecutive Vice-President Bill Wilson.
insurance for county employees out-of-pocket expenses reach $1,100,
Thursday, Jan. 15. then 100 percent.
Cocktail hour begins at 6:30: p.m. A THC'.A fOlIO
The county has received an exten- Covered expenses include: steak dinner will be served at 7:30: COUNTY Tilt GRAPH
sion of its current policy from Blue chiropractic services, hospital room p.m. Tickets are$8.50()and are on sale f.vbtl......awry Thursday
Cross and Blue Shield which has In- and board-80 percent of semi-private, at the Chamber office in downtown o. I.W.C.Itt
dicated the policy rate will be increased hospital ancillaries, prescription Starke. Phone the Chamber,964-5278, Stark.Florid 3201Svcond + .
12: percent. Clerk Gilbert S. (Gib) drugs, physician or surgeon services, for reservations.:
Brown told the Telegraph that duringthe private duty nursing, outpatient ser- Cl...p......palj atStark 1 /
present premium year the county vices, x-rays and laboratory, New officers will be installed at the ..Florida/
paid$40,000.( : He expects the rate to in- anesthesia and oxygen, rental of banquet. Benton Futch of DeWitt C.
crease to about 45000. durable medical equipment,artificial Jones Funeral Home will be installedas Subscription Rat.*!
limbs and artificial eyes emergency president, succeeding Nor- .
In rji St.
Brown the has par yar
pointed county ambulance services, transfusion
man of the Community State Bank. $5.00.1._ h.Oul.I' .
received a 30-day extension from Blue plies excluding blood, blood plasma !
Cross and Blue Shield to March 1 in and serum albumin .
pathology, Six newly elected members of the .
"*trad* **t 10.00 I
pr yar
order to allow the to rebid the
county physical. therapy and radiation Chamber's Board of Governors, to $5.50 tin, month
insurance. therapy, intensive care, surgical serve three years, will be installed.
A special meeting has been set up to assistance, consultation-by your
open the bids Monday, Feb. 16,at 7:30: physician's request, initial well baby
p.m at which time a decision will be examination dental care-when the
made to either stay with the current result of an accident services
carrier or hire another company.The rendered within 90 days of the acci- 1 I
board approved as part of the I,
bid specifications on an 80/20 proposal ; dent.Maternity will be paid like any
in which the person making a other illness for female employees or
'aim pays 20 percent and the carrier dependent spouses.
pays I he other 80 percent of the claim Deductible items will include no I
under which the employee's 20 per- deductible on accidental injury non- I t
cent could amount to $200. Countingthe accident can be ac
expenses ; t tek
$100 basic deductible, a county cumulated over a 12-month period to w QUAllTft ;$ERV1C a0t2
employee( could be $300 out of pocket meet the $100 deductible once per r I
before the insurance would take over calendar year.Stoploss I-
100%), features $1,100 which In-
Other features of the bid proposal cludes deductible and co-insurance. L11.PRICE I

I Garbage Problems Solved at LE, HE A

Announcing the installation i
(iai bage collection/ problems at personal vehicle. of Our
ll.unfjtim and I.. iwlcy elementary The City of awtcy picks garbageup
stlimils have been resolved by the I wice a week, lilt Monday and Fri New Printing Press. This Press is
pinifip.ils of the school entering into day. The Monday pickup did the '
tiuitnicU. for the collodion.l.awliy school no good, since the school is
Elementary garbage will closed on the weekends,but by Friday Designed for Quick
lie picked up\ley Garbage Collector Bud unsanitary. Principal Hall pointed out( ) *
Hal btr for $8 per week, or$160 for the to the school board that a middle of Printing : This means Same Day
tail.mc1 of the school year, according the week pickup was needed. j rl> I B dJ6 aA
In Principal Charles llall. Hampton There has been no burning of trashat "1, XBl, 9ina,
Klrim'iitjry: garbage will be pickedup 1.1as: the 'ii-tcKraph/ incorrectly I Service ( in by 8:30 out by 5) ni r 10! i i3i'f'J8 9 soft
by Itradtord Garbage Service. reported I in its Jan. 15 issue. .J t 1i ) 6 8J39I|| I aq97
su>!> Principal Connie Clark. Garbage at HE had been being no inelrtg'tl ita o i. lliwHS
('usliidiiin Truman Norman had burned but the
environmental' Protection 1 ; Isom
tlt'l'" luiulmtf garbage of each weekday Agency threatened that school ,,,, nr i JJim9lC lldjql N dT
at 1.1lit his personal pick-up with a fine for polluting the air.Clark f ij .+ I b 89lbll d79i
'truik, hut Ihe problem with that was said the firm picking up the 1 PLUS : r a 7&tnl VJafoi Izia91
(\lIl'IlIilll was nut ciwri'il by school in- garbage at the school handles garbage : Cheek ::rho a 9d 1 t to
SIII'III" when hillllllll.Jtarrnl\ l' in his collection in rural areas of Bradford ,;J 'totea'tu di nI ,,99mt
County( and is doing fine: .1 :, bioo- hOOD

IS r toi' '1 9alz
J c j. n ";..d'' to I Bradford Middle School News Our Watch For Our' '( (,9 7

t falIs lu runembtr lfooo copies8V2X11
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Artist of the week-Tammy Moody- Weekly Specials tlinwI
Friday. Jan. 2:1: Teacher Planning .
Tammy did an ink drawing using line I I tnI
Day..MiimU variations to create a design. Congratulations '
- 2K cards
Report go .
home. I
Sal., .'..b. I II Valentine Dance in We would like to welcome Susan I rice $18.90
the BMS 7 -10 p.m. Students are Sanderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. -
asked to tress in their Sunday best. Marlie Sanderson of Starke, who is W1 .p ,, ,
All county wide students, 8th grade replacing Mrs. Ann Cunningham- I ?,
and below, are invited to attend. Morris as our teacher of Emotionally .'t.i
School.Board policies will be strictly Handicapped students Susan is a re- .
enforced as always. Choose that someone cent graduate of the University of SVaXH -ar : 'I. 81/2 14
special and be sure to attend Florida and did her student teaching ... X ,
for an evening( of fun. at Starke Elementary. i '
50 Copies 55.85 : sd.coples; 56.15

-' =--. 100 copies 56.60 ,'. ,'dOCoples' 57.25

200 Copies 58.00 ';',". 200 Copies 59.30

L CETA Job Openings J 300 copies 59.40 .'' 300 Copies 511.35

h 400 Copies 510.75 400-COpteS, 513.35

1. Clerk Typist 500 Copies 512.10 500, Copies ?15.35I I

2. Police Officers ((2)) h; '1,000- Copies S25.35 '


All Applicants? Must Be; serving Bradford County:for! 103 Years'

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last 20 weeks.

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4 Reno Streets With Grant $ $ $". z r

A $77,464 contract has been awarded and the streets are being improved.
Mayor Schaefer volunteered to sit
to Southern Excavation and Fill, Four other firms,with bids ranging
down with Edwards prior to each
Inc., for the ;
resurfacing of four
from $78,221 to $138,726, unsuccessful -
*streets In the Reno area in northeast meeting to bring the report up to date
bidders.Inmates'to. .
Starke. SQ council members can have the information

Streets to be at each meeting."Let's .
repaved Pine
be realistic about
Keller, and North Streets and rIrr1
Road. Cooper On,City StreetsAn .report," Schaefer said. t }' ttr.&' :

Acting Tuesday night, Jan. 20, the agreement with Lawtey Correctional Dump Truck
Starke city commission approved the Institution to use inmate crewsto
recommendation of engineer Jim assist city work crews with street Purchase Set
Lucas of the firm of Bessant. Ham- and other projects was approved by Commissioner
On, recommendation of ,,, a
mock, and Ruckman of
Jacksonville. the council on recommendation of Crosby, the council voted to t j
The contract is part of a $350,000 U.S. Vice-Mayor Jimmy Crosby, Jr. advertise for bids on a two-ton dump i
Housing and Urban truck for the Street Department. 1r
Development grant for reclamationof -- -- -
The commission budgeted$20,000 Crosby indicated 'the truck is badly
deteriorated areas. Under the for street improvements when planning needed.
grant up to $100,000 was set aside to their spending last fall.
repave the four streets. Engineering Oglesby Resigns Juniors Are.All Smiles... They are I-r: Jim Mullins; Melanie Parrlsh-vice president
and other administrative also come Records : Penny Riggs-president; Stacey Denmark-
out of the grant monies. Computerized From Bond TrusteesMayor Junior class officers are all smiles as they receive a secretary: Karen Chitty-treasurer. and Principal Jim

The paving project ris, part of a Found Incomplete Schaefer reported he has check McDonald's.: for 1100. from Jim Mullins, manager of Starke' Duncan.

3-year program,Lucas noted and concludes Commissioner Jimmy Crosby.was received a verbal resignation from
the first year of the program.' disturbed that the computerized former city commissioner( Ted "Juniors Win Battle of Burgers"Bradford
Under the HUD grants, totalingover report of city financial records Oglesby as a member of the bond

houses$1 million over three years, presented by City Clerk Merrill Ed-: trustees. High Students have been battling with each The contest worked on a point structure. withMcDonald's '
are being renovated and wards did not include several depart- Schaefer asked the other membersif
other over, of all things, hamburgersThe food products assigned a numerical value.
modernized sewer and water lines ment records, including revenue they have a recommendation for a Junior Class won first prize of $300. Second place For example, a McChicken sandwich was worth 5 points
are being extended to the Reno !area! sharing and bond payments. new member of the bond trustees, went to the Senior Class with, a check for $100. Both

who operate the city power plant. No sophomore and freshman classes received $50. A total of 5876 points were earned by hungry students

one offered a recommendation so the From Nov.10,1980, till January 1,1981, students at Brad- consuming burgers fries cokes, etc. Junior class had a
Vandalism matter was tabled until the Feb.: 3 ford High have been eating at McDonald's of Starke, trying total of I 1a.1.J.) seniors 1763, sophomores 11-44, freshmen
Sparked by meeting.A to win a cash prize for (their class. 1125.

Hampton Fuss ContinuesThe City Adopts New Policy on Unpaid Utility Bills I

latest round of police mattersin that we have had vandalism," .'r
Hampton surfaced at a special city Phillips said.Original .
new procedure was adopted by Taping of MeetingsTo for assistance," Schaefer pointed out. He pointed out the old commission
council meeting Monday, Jan. 19. purpose of the special the Starke City Commission at its
Roy Roark brought to the attentionof meeting was to open bids for remodel- Tuesday, Dec. 2, meeting regarding Be Probed The approved a request for the fire
the council that between behind Hall in Milner mayor explained that the department to assist the rescue ser "
10:30: p.m. ing of a building City unpaid utility bills on the recommen- recommended that the
and midnight Sat. Jan. 17,newspaper which council has agreed to move the dation of Finance Committee Chairman board consider taping the city com- department got criticism several vice on heart attack cases only when
boxes and tubes were vandalized and Police Department to at the suggestof Jimmy Crosby, Jr. mission meetings.He weeks ago when they assisted the they are in the city limits of Starke.
rescue service at the of
wondered where Marshal Fred Mayor Lott. stated there have been some scene a "We don't go unless called "
shooting in a rural about mile
area a
Phillips, Sr. was. adopted by problems over interpretation of
The Walter Rhoden Crosby's proposal was from the Schaefer says.
Mayor reported city.
"I saw the police car sitting on the the board without a dissenting vote. minutes and by taping them these
and John first cousin of the
other side of the lake," Roark said. Lott a His plan calls for all unpaid accounts problems could be averted. -
has him sealed bids. -
Phillips stated he worked the 4 p.m. mayor Council, given to extend the bid- from January through( September Mayor Schaefer appointed Milnerto -
to midnight shift since the backup of- agreed of 1980 to be placed with the Credifax look Into the cost and report back to
ficer quit on January 13. He reportedthe ding period to the monthly meeting Credit Bureau of Gainesville. That the commission at the next meetingon
Feb. 10 at 7:30: at which time the bids
vandalism was. under investi. firm would try to collect the bills and Dec. 16.
gation. will be opened. would charge the city 50 percent of "I NEVER REALIZED HOW
The marshal pointed out that when Lott recommended the Police the collection amount as its fee. Fire Answering
the convenience store closes he Department be given a separate Policy in Question
assists the personnel in closing and place to operate from rather than the The proposal calls for unpaid Milner asked for the city policy on MUCH THEY DO"Few
counts in October and November of
locking up the store. small cramped office at city hall the fire
department being called to
"If you don't do something, we'll which previously had been shared by this year through Nov. 30 be placed of
out city fires. He explained that the
get the U.S. Marshal," Roark said. the marshal and city clerk. with the professional and credit ser- fire department had received some people do realize how many unseen details are
vice of this firm at cost of$2.15
"We need somebody from dark to Council approved setting up a same a
midnight," Roark said. telephone with air answering servicefor per account for the firm will write up complaints about sending the trucks necessary for even the simplest funeral service. At our

"We are going to do something the Police Department.Lott's sug- to two letters and make an effort by a outside Pierce the explained city. that the city: wouldbe firm capable hands trained in a long tradition of per

about it." Mayor Hank Loft said. gestion that the marshal and his staff phone call to collect the unpaid ac liable if they went to an out of city sonal service, handle these scores of details with quiet
"We have to have law enforce- least counts. Crosby explained: that this
got monitor the phone at once an
fire and got a call to a fire in the city thoughtfulness. No service is too to commandall
would be the to the ottf simple
ment we want Phillips to do his hour when they are not in the police only charge city and
were unable to respond to the city
job," Roark said. office. these accounts.These accounts wouldbe their attentive and understanding care.

After Roark left the two hour Lott has an application from an un- placed with the credit bureau Mon- call.lie
pointed out one time the commission
meeting Phillips pulled his badge off named person to assist Phillips in the day Dec. 8.Creditfax..
Steve Futch
\ placed a on the fire DeWitt C. Jones
these accounts
at the meeting Issued a statementthatsincethe operation of the police department. on type .
". ".....""'wtwW m. l\trie-two letters at departmentansweringcalls'outsidej Benton Futch
police depastnwMhasbeed -'fa,reported he dida't knu the: Harold Johnson
Ii: bu .
pity plan not .
lateu the main discus- he b d i :week intervals! and thenwould" idri ; the ;)"that .waa. very ri.,' '' ''
topi&of ;
: t \' "
; rStautreessfuK \.f / Juttvalso ,
; I \ sbAe.tfa ; 1\; 5 I I
ri'll"j' iaelfch:; f'r'city1 |q sde! if ; '
qrtyotofe "It' iimr :
sionhe,?!woulrtsgladly wefeoft! pe4" < "-- beenUfSde. DeWitt C. Jones
to ride.vUhi&ifoprovldcdf: they sign** York pol : liability went up, fire insurance rates
a paper relieving the Citr of Hampton mayor added the man appears After the initial 30-day grace ,; would .
L go up.
period, if the account remains unpaid V
responsibility if anythmg happened qualified. Funeral HomeStarke
"We have fire
a county departmentand
while they are riding with the mar Some of the council members did it would go through the regular collection department cannot
our move a
shal. not know if the man qualified for the process with the city and agency
truck until
requested by the chiefof
Phillips told those on the council CETA policeman because he was cur- splitting the collections: 50/50. that Keystone Hgts.!
and in the audience that if anyone rently working part time.A state Clerk: Merrill Ed- from the department chief of another or get department a request 964-6200 473.3176
thinks they can handle law enforce- vacancy occurred Jan. 13 when wards the October and
ment for 24-hours they are welcome to backup policeman Steve Clark told November accounts are the only ones --
try it."It's. Phillips he was quitting and moved that should be placed with the
the first time in a long time that day to> New Jersey. Gainesville firm. ,:J Jf ;
Edwards estimated the city collects

between $2,000 to $5.000 annually and
didn't have to split the collection

I Legislative jcJH Hearing Jan.' 28 50/50.The veteran clerk explained that if
1 Watch
the board had raised the deposits the ;
I way it should be a lot of the accountson ; your
Main th+5th and 6th cents of the given a chance to address Sen. Skin- the unpaid list would have been

state asoline tax remitted to coun- ner, Sen. George Kirkpatrick averted.He .
ties valable} for resurfacing and D-Gainesville, and Rep. Frank pointed out last year the

repaftng projects is a subject which Williams, D-Crystal .Lake, on any Jacksonville Electric Authority wrote
will Kjfnut' .,to area legislators that topic. off over a million dollars( in unpaid ac
meetfcerVjali.; .28. County Commissioners are con- counts. grow
Th. h'hua' \ public hearing on matters cerned about a law passed two years He estimated that there were an

,.,.pe11a; dressed to.area state ago by the Florida Legislature that average of seven or eight unpaid ac 1 .
legist tow?is Jet Wednesday, Jan. 28, the 5th ,and 6th cents of the state? counts on the list each month to be
at 1 r' County Commissionmeeti gasoline tax;; which'is given to theu? written off. .
, the Bradford County counties for secondary road construction "* After the brief discussion the board

Courthouse, according to the office of can be used only for new con- voted unanimously to try the new procedure 00-MONTH MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE
State 5ente Skinner, D-Lake City. struction. This poses a problem to on collecting the bills. ,,
Purpose., {,these hearings, held in Bradford County because some ,40 Crosby commented that if the proposal "
eve '!! give the public and miles paved.road have been turned didn't work that he would bringit ,
local government officials an oppor- back to the county by the state before the board to try to change the : !

tunityr-to present,their concerns and Department of Transportation and,at procedure.Old 1201
interersts with regard to the upcom- the same time, a prohibition on state
ing legislative session. ,funds previously used to maintain ..' ::t l per annum

Every person at the meeting will be roads has been placed on counties. Airport LeasedTo .

The county twice attempted to passa Watermelon Grower 1"r $500 minimum. Now available for a limited rime.
one-cent per gallon county gas tax, '
a possible source of funds to repair Watermelons will be growing on
Youth Conservation and maintain county roads, but twice land the City of Starke purchased

Corps SeeksApplications voters have turned the gas tax down. earlier this year for a sewerage
Authorization for a county gas tax disposal system as the board approved 12 74 8O/ Effectiveannual
was given counties by the legislaturetwo a lease with Jennings Starling of
The Youth Conservation Corps years ago. Graham. I. yield
YCC) is now accepting applicationsfor Thus, the commissioners will look
summer employment. This sum to the local legislators some solu- City Attorney George'Pierce was
mer, young Floridians, 15-18 years tion to the bind In whichthe county instructed to draw up a lease for
old,will participate in the worklearnearn has been placed. 1 about Property 200 acres on the Old Airport 6-MONTH MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE
program of Florida's National t on US-MI about a mile southof
Forests National Parks and other Starke for the 1981 melon season.
lands. The will be An agreement wall reached by the
public camps coeducational Curtis Sanders
board with Starling for him to lease
and last six \Ito eight
weeks. Workers earn minimum wage. up to/ 200 acres at a price of $35 an 14.721 %
Named to Board
YCC is a national program ad- acre. The season will last. from early
spring to July 8. per annum
\ ministered by the U.S. Departmentsof Of Methodist
Agriculture and Interior, and state Hospital Starling stated he planned to plant

governments. "YCC enrollees ac-: Curtis Sanders of Starke has been the crop within the next week and $1 0,000 minimum.

complish conservation work" that may elected to the board of directors of would use the southern half of the pro- Availably Thursday. January 22 through

not otherwise gel done said Sandra Methodist'Hospital in Jacksonville, perty.. Wednesday. January 28. Automatically
Ash urn, National Forests in The of Starke the
City purchased
according to Methodist President renewed at the rate in effect at maturity.
Flor a's Human Resource
\ Program Marcus E. Drewa.. Drewa said from Fred Mueller and the
Director. "The conservationists also property will be used by the Fvdwal )u/obanr.qulr.a.ubvonnal/ p.noM/d/ early withdrawal from cemflcoreaccounts ,
Sanders will Bradford ..
represent ; Interett ncompound.ddodyon oil account*lived above .Cr'M
develpp an understanding and ap County and the board of Bradford spray-irrigation system for. 6-monin Money Marker Certificate. CompoufldingofimereilrtprcihibiredOrt' 6-morrh
preciation of Florida's ,natural -environment effluent; Money Marker errif icaret
which Methodist
and heritage. Hospital,
The Forest Service will employ 155youth operates;:under management conJ! Police DepartmentTo
in the following areaa: tract. Buy CopierOn FORTUWeSavings PCDC RAL
Apalachicola National Forest 80 "The Methodist.Hospital board of
non-residential; Osceola> National, directors-is a group of business and the recommendation of Police
Forest I n 30 non-residential; Eglin professional people and civic leadersthroughout Department committee chairman and Loan Association

AFB -43 residential, Northeast Florida who Travis Woods, the board gave Police ,Formerly Guaranty Federal of Gainesville
Applications are .available from 1 serve without pay in order to help Improve Chief Jimmy Bowen permission to( '
high school guidance counselors the quality and accessibility of purchase a copying machine at a cost 175 W. Moip Sr.. Lake Duster
Forest Service offices and the Officeof health care services in the region"' of$89$. '
Environmental! Education In Drewa_ noted. 'We are delighted,, to. .In ''other: Police Department 27.friendly offices Jri Florida
Tallahassee. Applications must be have someone with Curtis Sanders ob business, Bowen reported that he has 1 II } .}
returned by March 151981. Selectionwill vious abilities and deep commitmentto ,received word that the new police ,a '. Jll l'Ii.

be made by random process us- community health care as a cars were in and would be picked up 'C> ..
ing computers.. member: of our board." ,Monday Dec. 8. -,, '
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: f Mr.... Craig were from England rather
Lake Butler. In'the days when it 'than Scotland," added Maines.fteri'York's .

Thos inauguration;;s Tues In: his latest report from was still a part of Bradford County, } death the family
"* day's4 either Don was the site of a small but fell
onsite Congress, Rep. Fuqua thriving hard times and the family home
or on television, witnesseda says : "During the administration pottery plant, specimens of which are V on built in 1872 north of the present
still in the possession of Hal
unique and historic moment of Presiden t attorney and land
Y. Maines, grandson of the pottery's Maines homestead, excluding -
the likes of which have never .Career we have made stride: founder, Henry F. York. the land between the railroad,

been seen.. ;in several significant areas ) to the end of, the school propertyahalf

.th6 beginnings of an alternate' The York Pottery as it was known, a mile was sold to satisfy
It was a moment of purephantasy had been out of operation since the t creditors.
; basic
'Ifuels.'ndustry and
::1" i a naUonal -
in which early 18908 but had a revival of
spectator. in- Mains said his wife Julia returnedthe
l energy policy, terest when it received national '
viewed an unmatched extravaganza atten home to the family when she pur--
while at the same> deregulation': of several industries tion, among collectors, in a feature chased it in the,1960's. Yellowish-buff
time ; ,. including trucking, article in the November issue of "The colored bricks in one chimney are
in i "
having uppermost I ''the start of serious Antiques Journal. from the York Pottery..
their minds and hearts the negotiaI .. .Z
tions between I
freeing of the American Pot- sers The house served as the courth >use
hostages in Iran which was: Egypt toward stabilizing th % +ll4, when the present courthouse was
Middle East, the opening up o f still in the possession of Maines, while .. ;"iK undergoing renovation in 1968. Commissioners
: going with ,1 vita
on simultaneously 1 I China to trade with U.S. other pieces are in the Museum of y ei rr hi } met Mpstairs and officials
the Washington ceremonies. businesses, and a variety of Florida History in Tallahassee, as sl maintained their offices in the house.
well as the Florida State Museum at who was county attorney for
Mr. other initiatives. 3ese e i i.
Reagan's speech, the University of Florida in W a 40 years and nine months,also had his

though adequate i in|! "President Reagan now has; Gainesville. r s tal11Y office in the home.

reiterating his philosophy of' the opportunity to build Upollthese i I Maines Hal's mother
Don Fredgant, author of the Salome York ,
government, was not of the! successful of I r York died Her
programs "Antiques Journal" article says that was only 13 when
kind to excite enthusiasm as 1 the Carter Administration and i I only three pottery operations have mother died in 1900. Maines born in

some of the more memorableones to bring his own philosophiesto 5 been discovered in Florida and the 1905 said he remembers sitting at the
at previous inaugura one located in Lake Butler produced Y ) head of the table in the dining room of
tions have done. As describedby ;1 bear" on lingering problems -:' an interesting and varied assortment 1 ti fl 'the house built In the early 1900's and
"C hie f
Fuqua says. 1 of items seeing a large bank of red clay on the
commentators, it was 1 among these is the nation's: 'I Ira railroad right of way. The clay was

vintage Reagan", repeating economy, and in significant later removed to fill in the yard some
Mr York, the founder, born [in
his campaign pledges to curb 1 was of it so dense it had to be dynamited.
ways the new president and I I Franklin County, Ga. about 1843 and i tM
inflation, cut taxes, and "get share the same views which, moved as a young man to North 1, w Ntr
said the kiln sat the
Maines across
government off our backs. simply stated, involve balancing Florida, settling in the Providence : :ktl!
railroad what is the
t Langford
on now
He did not go into detail as t to the federal budget and area, which was a part of Bradford and there
property, probably was until -
how any of these goals will be putting the nation back to County until the division of the county bake ICiulri' altitriu-.t' \'. .Mjiiu-H slm\\*piece i>f|'''ill >i'< ""'hlb l \ 1914 or '15 when it was moved. No
creating Union County, in 1921. his. .
accomplished.When Kiiiiuir.ilhcr. Iteml'' fork in llu IHill!!. information is available on what hap-
work through programs During the Civil War he served as
the kiln. .
the euphoria of an inauguration designed to increase our na captain of Company A,7th Florida In- pened to
tional fantry and was wounded at the Battleof own property. After several years of "Also provided was machinery to Ii-
is over, the incom productivity. Missionary Ridge He was taken as supplying bricks locally, York turnedto quify screen and then evaporate or Fredgant writes, "Two distinct,

ing President is soon reminded these will not a prisoner by the Union forces and a pottery venture. dry the clay. This' operation was a quite different types of pottery wares
that there is still a real Admittedly, was paroled at Johnson Island at the major undertaking and the kiln aloneis have been attributed to the York pot
world out there a world that be easy objectives to attain.As end of the war. The late Ripley Bullen writing in said to nave cost $1500. The initial tery Bullen refers to several known
pointed out by Rep. Fuqua, 1970 said, York began his pottery in firing proved successful, but York specimens with a brown glaze one of
images, parades, pomp, and balancing the budget means Capt York then returned to Lake 18B... "Having successfully fired became sick and died before another which was in the collection of the

ceremony can do very little to either spending less money or Butler and became Involved in bricks for house supports, chimm- firing occured and the project was Florida State Museum, on the campusof

change. taxes and three- various commercial and civic enten- neys, and fireplaces, he decided, after abandoned" the University of Florida. This wasa
increasing rises, starting the production of receiving advice from a Mr. Craig of Maines disagrees with Bullen traditional churn-shaped specimen,
One observer of the fourths of the federal budgetis bricks say wheel-thrown and double-
from local clay in the 1870s as a Atlanta, 'an expert potter from ing his grandfather died in 1890 as the apparently
Washington scene has likened composed of programs that sideline to his other activities Accor- Scotland,' to attempt the manufacturing tombstone In the Old Providence dipped in a slip or glazing tub before

the inauguration process to virtually cannot be reduced ding to Fredgant's article, this was of pottery vessels. He engaged Cemetery reads. Another disagree- firing."More, '

the triumphal entrance into social security payments, minor venture for York and was Will Gregg another expert from ment concerns the men hired to build
never reported on either the Florida Scotland,' who supervised the the pottery. distinguishable and less explainable t-
ancient Rome of a victorious pensions, and other entitle-
manufacturing the federal are of tableware
census or pieces surviving -
building of a 'great Down Draft pot-
commander with his army ment programs; military expenditures tery kiln' "We always heard Will.Gregg and in both private and institutional -
and spoils in solemn proces- and payments on one.Capt. collections. The Florida State
sion to receive the national debt. served as Clerk of the Museum
honors of an Court of Bradford reports eight specimens in
County from 1877 to
important achievement in 1889. their collection attributed to the York
battle. "There should be much By pottery, mostly of the tableware sort,

greater consensus on the need York was also postmaster of Lake County AgentsNotebook with two specimens considered possi

"In the United States," says for revitalizing American in- Butler, a partner in the mercantilefirm BobbyTaylor ble attributable to the Lake Butler

Joseph C. Harsch, "an elec- dustry so that it catches up of York and Rhoades, a deaconin 1. site

tion victory is treated as the with much of the rest of the industrialized the Baptist church and a farmer. phone' :: 00-1-621111! h : Pill,' Hill, [Jodgen1l.f

equivalent of success in world which has tAIIllon! 201) _. ,
war. ,
,, ,, ,,; ,
ntThe,,troopjs who,accompany applied the technologies York began the produttl d' f Wicks .,;"1\ ,. "' ',' ., .r" ":,',"' IB! "-y J' r' .0. fl er r.lm hot (913'l/'l'! ffP81, .E' 1''d'';!.,:7 1" : I
tJwryicUwvWhw tawnpharenJry developed in the U.S. and as a from clay obtained from a slope on +r9r m.m 8J29J4: ; oJ .:Jci' ', rsw 't..4 crst',\ a : r.l11tl'. J I';') j I ;a p.'n'cb I

1nWTtie> 'Bfpfta1ialre politi- result, has surpassed our r x *'Seemsliketh*weatherman h s'U1n "., tJr'' peVi'only* part ; i 1fin"Ji.Jlilv I >12..J.'Ct I
for us this year We have had a lot of way and show brown centers. Leaf
cians rather than ability to in the inter-
legion- compete
extreme cold, and dry conditions damage on camellias usually isn't too Pine Hill Masonic Lodge No 9. of
naires. The spoils are what national marketplace, the 'Readers write 'have slowed growth of winter foragesand much of a problem. Normally, as new Bruoker. will celebrate its looth anniversary -

the victors expect in the form Congressman believes. other crops.Strawberries leaves come out in the spring the old Saturday, Jan 24, stalling

of future jobs, policies, and damaged leaves just drop off the unit a parade contracts rather than in the "With God's help we can came through our recent plant with no pruning necessary (Elementary; School.
and will solve the freezes in good condition. They
form of slaves and wagons of problems, are beginning to make new growthand Whatever you do, remember that K:.W Hodges. Worshipful Master of
gold and jewelry. But the President Reagan said in his should soon set a new crop of even if you already have had some the lodge. says tin I all Shrine Clubs

essence is the same. A changehas inaugural address. He might fruit. Plant size is a little small for cold damage to your plants, don't md !MdMMiic members in (hearea are
been registered in the also have added postscript: BRADFORD SQUARE? this time of year, however, cool and relax your cold protection measures invited to attend Hie.tclvbiation A
focus of The in- "And with the help of Con- ',m tun. '" dry weather has delayed growth, but and keep your plants healthy. tried fish supper will be served'a1'the
power. newly plant health seems to be good. Drunker. Fiirmeis Market1 At :5 .
fluential are taking over from gress and the American peo- It is astonishing to realSlfe'hWw little i -s; 'pn\\

the losers" ple." the Bradford Square big guys think of Speaking of freezes each Health ( ,.." .
(i )
year fliiika p '
their customers'"-1: especial! '',after' before cold weather arrives, I spend a .X."' fl4 Iicl! itSt tl

sending away' to' their home 'offices good bit of time talking about cold Co .{ ". 'b uod
Arc Dis'oll lit.. tU-"t.d''I'Jj ll
tractor-trailer t loads of"gfebn"Backs. protection of lawns, ornamentals and ti",1 )U I !l .I, W"11Jl' '"ttl
I TV's Swampland from the fanfastic\'busittesis other "ro';"
they plants I stress fertilization ::1' "w
reaped duringthbhol 11"dgy'' I''j .I1, water and insect and disease At KingsU-y Lain* ?.J, mUHUyirtt\ !, .::;t. ,'''sdn6MldIubl

control to keep the plants healthy. A "' Je e1.1 nulovNoil h olugi?il.
To reach Winn Dixie from the park
Like the death of Mark Perhaps Mr. Grossman'sbelief ing lot, after just a shower, it is healthy plant can stand a freeze bet Due to the small number ... 1"I'ht'IJ I'tltlfhi,1 't\ UI.\tl\ I Sul
ter than that is oLpeopleattending .foxh.otih..C'Eilnll1rl't'ii'; +'
Twain unthrifty. <<-Utr.
the predicted death of that all commercial TV similar to fording the moat surrounding / the monthly health clinics ;bll'icb'o"RlthardI'l'" I he

PBS (public television) at the is "vast a sinister.''Burop'e4h"tiwll' : lr. of Some ornamental plants and citrus at the Kingslcy Lake CIVKJ Center will h 4
a swampland" is Temple A\ W'
hands of Cable a yore. Yup! You are tight'Ialllt'( !/tills be disconl inued for the ciiue. :
TV I ,
may have mite overstated. trees can also be protected, coveringwith line being No \ JaM!!! '
is (
Every now exactly >U'/illicit'those clinic will be ,
been "greatly exaggerated." expensl.enltik'' < plastic or other material and a held Monday, ( Nov. 26: b !ntbtyr 0'1tt'I'11as7.lIP ,' Roltshnun9Iii
and then, sandwiched in bet- very mutM/fording'this'Inex 3' 6bg"'yelltreasured heat source such as a heat lamp or : ''t1ti': ":1"t l" t I !I lrlb 79WIt

Calling commercial televi- ween the muck, commercialTV cusable wide so area1 pbnd"J'1''!v It"""' '" light bulb underneath when a freeze is If the n..ed.tJ'-the'clinics( and'in. nll'l'lil1l-\\ allI"hl't t r3\\lfq1\\\ !Dbe\\
,(crest 1,011 (he .part. of'the ; \;
sion "a vast swampland ..->iJiux: IOIMI( no predicted.In public increases i'clecls'I'l1tlr'tlttil''I( t I) 'f I
comes up with something in the future-."' the S l'J' & 4q'y
Lawrence course 10 not tho only gulltf monthly l'egtaercYl'1iliidllii' / "
K. Groffman I
presi- that shows clinics 1 \\rIS'iMle
its real potential conglomerated", Think oft Oklahoma spite of the very best intentions may be resumed t m I IIII'C11cl' the )
dent of PBS, says there is no for truly entertaining and/or City's gift to ;jStarkerfiTlWTiGaiVv.To: : many gardeners fail to take adequate n'. ,' ,' i.nt'eithg.g?'Iisr! .(11,. tiM!

question that public televisionwill informative programs. But, reach this store fr: Hehighway: protection measures, and I get ques- I I Ire,\ I'(flll1Training ;
"survive and flourish" in with no statistics to back it one must be .,most.Careftilqtio'avoid' tions about what to do with freeze ;q

spite of the growth of cable TV we would that up, those I irewreckingspringbreaking, damaged plants. Sessions
least ,
agree at 75- '
and the expected reduction in parking lot holes:(These'arO t not'new, : .' Offered ;"
percent of the commercial When plants freeze the
They were ignored when the half first Im-
federal funding of PBS. output would qualify for the hearted patching job was done mon pulse of most gardeners is to get out

In the opinion of Mr classification of being"swampland" ths ago dead the pruning and dying shears leaves and and cut branches.away the For City; and County Officials

Grossman, "Too much of or worse.If On second thought, perhaps we But. this reallv is nnl snnh a onnri
what fills our" : screens today is should not complain. If these self- idea. As a rule, 'you-can't" tell how"

cynical, insulting, vulgar, federal funding for PBS is satisfied plaza such bureaucrats continueto much damage has been done until A'I' training course for elected of fr'eb It (tat Consolidating! city
hedonistic neglect good housekeeping, plants start new growth in .the spring.If ficials, administrators and department and county' ,services
and debasing to to be curtailed, as seems like- then, sooner or later, we can. heads in. ( Ibt| Special tax

the quality of our society." In ly, it will be up to the public to perhaps, enjoy K-Mart and Publix you prune right after 'a freeze. will beheld pity on and fire county consecutive government and dusliicting l lcl> Solid waste planning!
management: (slate rules und
view of the almost continuous fill the This can be done who offer much better customer rela cut live
gap. you may away' wood that Wednesday flights at the Union County regulations, site locat iOII. design,
flow of t raSh from t the commercial by responding I with a tions. Art "Doc" Miller doesn't have to( be lost. Also, the Courthouse in Lake Butler accor monitoring planning, and operation! >i4>

I networks, each trying membership when Channel 7 Rt. 4. Box 1487 leaves and branches which have ding to Neil H. Spirtas, Community
to outdo in (Jacksonville) and Channel already been killed'can help protect Development Agent for Baker, Brad- Fob IB tat( ) Budget management
thejpther 5 Starke Fl
appealing the rest of (the plant against further ford Union.and Columbia Counties. (proven techniques from .a city
to the lowest common ( Gainesville) stage their an- l'I'NKNOWN KKMCKACTOItSTIIANKKI : cold damage If(you 'are determined The two-hour sllISions. from 7:10:: to manager's: and slate government

denominator of public taste nual membership drives. Thisis ) FOR KI.MJMCSS |o"::prune Immediately for" some 9-30: ( p.m. will be held on Feb. 4, ii. IK, specialist's point of view). <(< b) L<>\\' inteicst -
the PBS'spokesman believes one investment in good reason.'be prepared to cover what's :25! and March. Hegfstration. will be bond financing steps( in arranging -

that, 'Today our country has entertainment that will My 74 and 69-year-old parents were left of the plant to protect it the next at 7 p.m, for middle income bond
more need; for dividends pay recently involved in'an auto accidentin lime the temperature ,drops, below'Iezing" Each session will be geared to a liiiiinciiiK( for housing.)
public televi- big throughout the Starke.They were alone and had no specific. problem or need in city: or Kcbw.Downtown rcvitali/dtion ,
sion than ever before, and thepeople'are year. Give a little to get a lot one to help them within 1500 miles. ., county government and speakers I improvement r t techniques, legisla-:
: responding to that by making a pledge the next J, With some of the more te lder' will be persons with expertise in these 'Ginn, tax increment financing.
need and turning to. us in time PBS makes a drive for I don't even know their name but a plants:like poinsettias, severe cold areas concerned with particular problems 'organization/; l'te'.J'I i
record funds. young couple with three children may; kill everything above,Jhe lollline'But faced by small rural cities and' .March-I-'New! stale leglslation'af'
numbers. .. helped them at the scene of the accident these plants may surprise; counties feeling local governments. Represen
';. The husband stayed with themin you| by.sending up. new shoots in the: The scheduled topics are: tatives from the Association Coun-
the emergency room, helped them spring So* ,donH' give* them *up for., Fe11.14 Grantsmanship:' how t to t ty CuinmtsslAncrs and Florida
.. find a motel,when they were released dead until, ,warmer w'eather.arnves.! apply for grants; and what is League; of Cities will discuss recent
?1' MfMBCRISTABLISHED and even had them Jo their home for ." available. Icgislat ion and the out look for upcom-

.. ,, \." ..MAIII"NlJ. (I)'lilt .. "., \ dinner.. '.Azaleas-usually'suffer cold iJamaga'to ( ; : .,ing legislative action,

.... \'pA',q,.... 'fit... Since i don't even know their name the flower buds and stem$. You willcertainlY' r Certificates from the University of
.A 1T'R'Ifnrap notice bud .!damage at,,. Florid) ?.will h he-awarded to those al-
., ;' a't', i I would' hope.;If you have a letter column !- blooming time, when the, plants pro-, 'tendmg( fouror: the( five sessions. 1
.. you could convey:my heartfelt ;duck few or' no flowers at 'all:Stem t,Those( pliinAib4 to attend asked to II
\ are
tart Q"'ro'' ; ". thanks to these for their kind I
people damage will show tip in spring or ears fill"our and return the registration
'.'-ablGflGUSON-JOHN ness. have no doubt that my-parents ly summer when-somebranches' ,Jorm: before.January .,the Baker :11
M.MILLE1t'ubllhnr.L were frightened,and confused, and Th ".wilf be the lime for, the pruning-' YE 4p.: $ County Extension'Service, Box 1018. 1

'. ..,. .r.p ,, ., L this :family'*; 'kindness. was ,truly shears. Just-cm\ ''out, the dead brancheS OL f '. Macclerny. Fla: 32603.
k ;.....,.........'It......y.._+......d.,_...CI...-e,.A.r.e' onw' n ,:.or beautiful. as you find th rov andaiAays! cut C f I. Further information be. ,obtain !...
1.., -IIOCII".'; } aas r.wa.1.rAA./M.rdsur .
; S,. Thank YOu'wh ev r you are bjAWflvfagtwod.BudjVijury t .. ," ('/". .. :;.-::: ,. ed from County, Agent. Bob,Taylor at
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eMuW3. lot w.NL.Y...r p. ......... Carolyn Jones '
,,......-. ,. a ,_..._, m4, I"r..r1'Ir.H n" '_h I j $}, , .
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s.rLu. '. Modesto.: .Calif. mono problems,on :cold. damaged 100 V..rt''old' fetor if other groups are invited to attend theoJ

.d,'. ...... .; I' F4me1! JIia.s.i The/. 'wilteither,,drop' -.81. b. cut 'for. .t timber,. 0 ,!\ lIJ.\U'Iio.\ ... _,.. .. .
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Priscilla- --..- Willi"_ ....-.........- .d ... _. Iesl
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Wed Frank Dec.Jackson 20 III ? ,iIgMigh(Arts ofand Crafts crafts Program exhibit' was the jJoJilit'; '" 9>.rl, ; il ThL!

Miss Priscilla Ann Williams Starke Woman's Club rvyie I !
daughter of Mrs.Emma Williams and luncheon-meeting at.the club.building
Frank Jackson, HI. son of Dessie Lee on Jan. 14. *
Jackson,all of Starke, were united in .1 "Co-chairmen were Mrs. Al. Barry

marriage Saturday, Dec. 20,at.4 p.m. and Mrs. Al K. Carlisle. A delicious gJ" m "
at the home of the groom, 1537 Mc- meal was served by them assisted by 07'L1'/' '

Cullum St., Starke. Rev. Alphonso r ,. ,Mrs, W.S Haas. Mrs. ,i.H. puPre, I
1Jenkins performed the nuptials. 'Mrs. Gladys Weldon;'' Mrs.:;; J.D. JocNfy I Olfly
Presenting a program of nuptial ,. ''Odom Mrs. John Griffin; Mrs. W.V.Powell n."e tV ,elO ..
I II, music were Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph w L. ; and Mrs Martha Dorko. t& 964.
organist and Dewayne Beautiful centerpieces of yellow and .
j t.; McBride.. soloist. I" ,white mums decorated( the tables. -..
Henry Dommon served as best Ny I ; ''Mrs. W.H. Thomson, president of
man. Ushers were Eugene Blye t, the club presided at the business

a Harold Chandler, Dewayne Clark, meeting. Prayer was given by Mrs.j Woman's Club Rhonda
Dewayne McBride, Terry Williams R.A. Green, Sr., and Mrs. W.B. Mun- Griffis
< and Cleveland Morris. r 1 the devotional a Planning Soup & Luncheon HonoreeMiss

The bride's sister-in-law, Bettye e ; .poem entitled "Times Like These. Chili LuncheonThe
ii Williams attended as honor atten- +f j After lunchon members were invited r Rhonda Griffis, whose mar-
,dant. She wore a green satin gown l by Mrs. Barry and Mrs. Carlisle Woman's Club of Starke is riage to Earl Crawford will be an
t r with matching Jacket and she wore .j to view the arts and crafts on display Friday a soup and chill luncheon for event of Jan. 30,was honored at a luncheon -
? baby's breath in her hair.She carrieda which consisted of needlepoint, embroidery Jan. 30, from 11 a.m. to 1:30: Saturday. Jan. 17, given by
bouquet of yellow and green carna 1 hand sewn articles, p.m: at the club house. Mrs. Muriel Gay, Mrs John D.Johns,
tions with baby's breath and yellow :' decoupage, a caned rocking chair, Tickets at $1.50 per person Include Mrs. Gladys Thomas and Mrs. Warren
and green streamers. rugs, floral paintings and seascapes corn bread and beverage, desserts Winkler at the home of the latteron
: Attendants were Carolyn Williams, and a black velvet coat made for Joey will be extra. There will be take-out Pratt Street.
Debra DeSue Vivian Covington, Rox- ,Herres by his mother, Mrs. H.P.ller- service. r,4 r.iPr.1i" The six dining tables were covered
; ann Jackson: Sandra Barnes and res.' Members of the club, husbands, Tickets are available from any club with white linen cloths and centered
Brenda Guion. Three of the girls wore friends and children of the community member. 0' with arrangements of pink and red
yellow gowns with matching Jackets had works of art on display. carnations. Place cards marked the
and three wore green gowns with Mrs.: Mona Canova announced Arbor ", ; seating arrangement for the 24
matching Jackets. all Day in January and that 2500 Eastern Star guests.
They wore !Jo. .
baby's breath in their hair. They carried trees including redwood, dogwoodand Supper Jan. 24 .. :..ktt ;.\ Each guest was asked to bring their
bouquets of yellow and green carnations others will be available early in 'I" ",.' .'f.oii favorite recipe for the honored guest.
with yellow and February. There will be azalea Starke chapter, #224, Order of the '10"t' 'r.t ,'" The hostesses presented Miss Griffis
; .
green an : ;' "
: streamers. sale in mid-March sponsored by the Eastern Star, will have a covered dish 4ulSk':'!tr' with a dinner plate to her chosen
Erica L. Cohens and Rolanda Len- Gainesville Sun and supported by the supper, Saturday,Jan. 24,at 7 p.m. in u. china as a memento of the occasion.
non were flower girls. Eric Doran Starke Woman's Club. Plants will be the Masonic Hall. Cheri Tendler Corsages were presented to the
I Cohens was ring-bearer. on sale for eighty or ninety cents each All Masons and their families are Frederick Ilonack honoree, her mother, Mrs. Elaine
Given in marriage by her brother, and the sale will be held in Starke on invited to attend. Griffis, and to the mother of the prospective
Minister Clarence Williams, Jr., the the Gainesville Sun Lot. Mrs. Canova Cheri A. Tendler. groom, Mrs. Earl Crawford.
bride wore a full length yellow satin announced there will be a meeting of Elks Club Frederick HosackTo Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Phil
gown with a short lace yellow train. the City Beautification and Clean-up Vellenga and Mrs. Richard Crosby of
She wore baby's breath in her hair Committee in the near future. Steak Supper Wed Feb. 14 Brooker and Mrs. Carlton Paul of

'. and carried a hniimn- nl uolimul- -- Coming events include a Soup and PlannedThe Mr. and Mrs. Barry Tendler of Melrose.
: green carnations with baby's 'breath;; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson, HI Chili Luncheon to be held in the Kissimmee announce the engage-
and yellow and green streamers.A Starke Woman's Club Building on Friday Elks Club will have a steak sup- ment and approaching marriage of Terri Gaskins,
reception was held at the home of Jan. 30, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 per Saturday night, Jan. 24, starting their daughter Cheri, to Frederick L. TatunY
the bride's mother, 940 Crosby Street, p.m. Tickets at $1.50 per person may at 6:30: p.m. at the Lodge. Hosack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tommy
Starke. Ralph and Collie GaineyTo be purchased from Club membersand Bring your own steak; potato and Hosack of Orlando. To Wed Jan. 23

The bride's table was covered witha Celebrate 50th at the door. Cornbread and salad will be furnished. The wedding is planned for Feb. 14 Terri Gaskins and Tommy Tatum twill
lace cloth and was centered with a beverage is included, desserts are extra m. at Hotel Royal Plaza,Disney be united in marriage Friday.
three tiered wedding cake decorated AnniversaryMr. and take out service is available. Word shopping village, Lake Buena Jan. 23,at 7:30: p.m. at tNorthside Baptist
with yellow and green roses and and Mrs. Ralph Gainey will Hospital Auxiliary Vista, Orlando, with a reception Immediately Church with a reception following
florets topped with kissing angels anda celebrate their golden wedding an- To Meet Jan. 26 following including a dance in the Fellowship Hall.
bride and groom. niversary Saturday, Jan. 31, from Ann Carter Dinkins, and buffet dinner. All friends and relatives are invitedto
The couple are making their homeat 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. at a reception given Lloyd L. Macy Bradford County Hospital Auxiliarywill Mr. Hosack is a correctional officerat attend.
922 E. Brownlee Street. Starke. by their children at the Bethel Baptist meet Monday, Jan. 26, at 6:30: Florida State Prison.
Church Fellowship Hall, on highway 'To Wed Feb. 1 p.m. at the Western Steer SteakHouse

C235. Ann Dinkins and Lloyd Macy an- for a Dutch treat dinner- Did you know. Vkkie Carver

Brandyn Padgett All friends and relatives are invitedto nounce their engagement and approaching meeting. Celebrates 17th

attend. marriage which will be Miss Kathy Struth of Raleigh, N.C.
1st held Sunday, Feb. 1, at 3 p.m. in was home for the weekend. BirthdayA
Birthday Kingsley Lake Baptist Church with Did you know.... surprise birthday party was
the reception following in the Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas spent given for Vickie Carver to celebrateher
Brandyn Lauren Music
Padgett, daughterof Fellowship Hall. last 17th birthday on Friday, Jan. 16
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jerome Johns attended the Thursday and Friday at Crescent
celebrated her first birthday Greg Padgett Jan. 14 Club MeetsThe All friends and relatives are invitedto funeral of an' aunt, Mrs. Parker Beach where they attended her 1930 at the home of her parents, Mr. and

with a party Saturday,Jan. 17 at their Riverland Music Club met attend. .' Howard in Bartow on Saturday.Mrs. Putnam High School class reunion at Mrs. J.T. Carver on Country Club
home on SR225, Thursday,Jan. 15 at the home of Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Road.
Sixteen family members enjoyed a Lavern Dyal on Dedan Road, Did f.u know.... J.T. Carver, Mrs. A.J. Eaves. Nichols. Serving as hostesses were Melissa
and Kelli Carver who also
Mayo ,
Tweety Bird cake ice cream and pink Brooker. Mrs. Richad Odom, Mrs. Donald
lemotlade during the party hours 4-& Guests included Mrs. Theo Dyal Thornton, Mrs. John Schmidt and WINTER planned invitations and party arrangements
Mr. and Mrs.
J.T Carver and family for the 22
and Steve Mrs. Harold attended the guests.
Hunter of Brooker and Jimmy McKinley CLEARANCE
p.m.Brandy's visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. United Methodist Womens leader Entertainment for (he evening included
grandmother, Mrs. Betty Williams of Boston, Mass. Harold Wiliams in CONTINUES
Jacksonville and
N. Hazen of Deer Springs Lake, Following the business meeting Sunday. on workshop training day at the University 25% to 50%off games dancing.
Keystone Heights took pictures during conducted by Mrs. Elouise Ramsey, Methodist Church in Gainesville Leila's Dress Shop

the party hours.. t presidentrentertalnment-was-pr'lJVtd-- The Thornburgh of eon Saturday.. : Bradford Square
family Starke
Among'those-altending were Bran- ed by Mrs. Ramsey and Mrs. Vero were hosts, to guests from seven "HJ IN...".. .'. '.. .. L. ,'1'\.' .. ,, e-f:' b<'''. Shopping- Center

I dyn's'L sister.> Rave:, her 'greatgrandrhdttier ,., .Clyatt Steve playing Hunter a dlso'2nrerraYn'@d'1Ytthan piano! duet. '<< n/states at theirihomethispast, week. WINTER ....., '., ." 964'5051 ,
,vtMrsf 'EVeryWMO.J.! t ) The guests arrived to attend the 24th CLEARANCE
Norman of Lawtey and her grandparents instrument, the hammered birthday and the promotion of Thorn CONTINUES
Everett and Mary K. dulcimer, which he constructed. He Bednarz, employed by the Department 23% to 50% offLelia's Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and
gave the history of the ancient instru-
of Starke.
of Corrections at State Prison. Dress Shop daughter, Debbie of Jacksonville
ment referred to in the bible. He
explained -
Guests Bradford
from Square
were West Virginia visited Mrs. Bertha Pearce on Sun
the design of the stringed In- Ohio Missouri Indiana, North Shopping Center day. C-Hlnftf
strument and how it was constructedon Carolina 964-SOS1
Colorado and Georgia.
Society the wooden frame and also'
Ben Rowland underwent
demonstrated how it is played.A eye ,
Plans Dinner WINTER .
salad luncheon was served at the Coach Mike Bugar and Coach surgery Monday North Florida
St. Edward's Altar Society met in conclusion of the meeting.BIRTHS. CLEARANCE Charlie Pell and son, Carrick of Regional Hospital. All NewLuncheon
I lbe, parish hall on Jan. 6 with the CONTINUES Gainesville were Sunday guests of
Carol Ashline .. 25% to 50%offLeila's Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale visited his
mll'restdent.,| Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns at their
I residing Dress Shop brother Jack Sale In the Lake City VA Specialfrom
,-AfiJ.oinette Coss and .hunting camp near), .ke Asbury.
have altar care for January. I Bradford Square Hospital on Monday, who had surgeryon
11:50 am until 2:00
: pro
I Plans were made for a:Covered '. Shopping Center ". Plac dVathe President's honor roll Wednesday.Mr. .
Dish Dinner'lo be given on Jan. 23 > "-U51 at,.the) ; University: of,, Florida for the
hon rjl1@ }ocal Senior 1 Citizens. Jim Fall quarter were;, Carolyn V. Red- DINNER
my Eowen I is to be the guest speakerand Jason Calvin Lov.ll ding'with, .a, 12.0 load and Teresa From 4:30
will talk on safety precautions.Ruth Mr. and Mrs. James C. Lovell of Wayne Henley of Advance, N.C. Rachel Knepper.with a 14.0 load and and Mrs. B.J. Eggers and Mr. pm till 9:30: pm
Meng kivited members to participate .. Starke announce the birth of a son, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson of both with a 4.00 average. and Mrs. Tullie Norman visited Mrs.
as volunteers at the local Jason Calvin, born Jan. 15, in Shand's Tampa were recent guests of Mr. and t ')lIlml" it( LiI ,... Bessie Haltiwanter in Jacksonville COMPLETE
*as,Hospital, Auxiliary Teaching Hospital. Mrs. Jerome Johns. ':"\ rJ'' i iI' Sunday afternoon.
11 *--,.exP Sined.the duties Maternal grandparents are Mr. and I ihI CHINESE CUISINE '
.1 11I"IJl ;,ni.Hlrjln! work of this Mrs. W.A. Prevatt of Keystone' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neel Belche and :Stepnan'je'd'Steen;;',i: daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief spent
1 t1olh"" Heights. Paternal grandparents are daughter Linda returned to their and Mrs.; ,Gary O'Steen of Theressa, the weekend with Mrs. A.O. Betts and
y ) ank, Plan and Kidney Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Lovell of Theressa. home in Norfolk, Va. Saturday after a 'participated in the,Class IV District Mr. and Mrs. Robert King in Quincy. Open 7 Days A WOOl!;-
Foundation were.explained. Forms weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. .Gymnastic Meet,-,Daytona Beach CtoMd saturcuy.t lunch only
were distributed, those interested in Lila Caldwell and family., Sunday Jan\\18iStephanie placed 8th Mrs. J.S. Walker of Savannah, Ga. '
I"J (jiH:/ ino' this cause. Ch l.t.n Jaaii.*ob.r1. on uneven bars,4th balance,. beam is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. UCATIO- 1MO N.Ttrnm JM, K1 N
0(1( Mr*. Anne Fadish of McKeesport.t Mr. and Mrs., Jj Byron Roberts'of Mrs. Alvin Kirkland spent the 3rd on floor exercise, and 2nd on J.H. Moncrief from Monday to Thurs ...1It To Mna uotktMII II
'(Pa..was: welcomed as a guest. She is Starke announce the birth of a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Brian Vault, She,also placed 3rd All-Around. day. .
lsltlrlg her1 relatives, Mr and Mrs. daughter, Cutisten, Jean, born Saturday Pulling in Tampa. 90 girls,:''from 8 different Gymnastic I \. : 'I OKIIfcH-
Mike Dazinskl.) as well as her son. Jan. 17, in' Alachua General North and Central Florida PHONE 964-5125
Father Alvin Fadish, O.F.M. of Tam- Hospital. WINTER participated:inn the meet in the 9-11 :
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and -' CLEARANCE age group:Stephanie is on the Gymnastic -
Tony Anderson was introduced by Mrs. Leon Wilkerson ,of. Lawtey. CONTINUES :learn'at Browns Gymnastic p- v- .
his mother; Barbara Anderson as the Paternal.grandparents" are Mr1'. and 25% to 50%off Training. Center in Gainesville.
guest 'speaker. His subject was 4-H Mrs. Don H. Chitty of Starke. T Leila's Dress Shop I' IIACHAIII
and he explained the purpose of this 'i r. Bradford Square

organization: along with eligibility requirements a Old you know:.;. 1 Shopping Center .:;r.5051 BAREROOT
and rewards of working ""- 1, WINTER
with this group. Tony has worked in Receiving degrees awarded by the ,( ng CLEARANCE-
the areas of horsemanship wood- University of .Florida following the +rbdIMr CONTINUES FRUIT NUT SHADE
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Page 6A TELEGRAPII January 22. 1981

I Atty. Dudley Hardy Files Answer to Suit Challenging County's Use of Funds Deposited .in Court I

Clerks of the courts in all 67 coun- mendation of attorney Bobby Kirby to which money was attempted to be ed prior to that'' time Invested under the man was entitled to the Interest a contract for sale of a threequarteracre
ties in Florida, including Bradfordand employ Fred Baggett,, Leon County confiscated by the state. However, the authority of Florida Statute 28.33 from the date the judgement was parcel in Pinellas County. Klrn
Union Counties, have taken different attorney and attorney for the State the defendant who was not prosecuted was income to the clerk's office and entered, awarding his money back. previously was awarded principal
approaches in handling a civil Association of Clerks. Kirby reported was successful in getting his he could not recover that. The attorney Pinellas County appealed the ruling. monies but not interest, even thoughthe
suit challenging the practice of put Baggett was representing a numberof money back was affirmed by the for the case, according to Gor- That was the case in which the trial monies had been earning interestfor
ting interest earned on funds in counties and he said It would be District Court of Appeals. Gordon 'don, had threatened a class-action court had ruled the Interest earned nine months.
custody of the court into the counties' cheaper to have Baggett represent stated they now have pending in the suit during the pendency of the mat- before' that time, invested under
general fund.Bradford Union County at a price quoted of District Court of Appeals a matter of ter in relation to the principal of the Florida law, was income to the clerk Union County Clerk of the Court
County Attorney Dudley $1,000 up to 250 hours court time. Kir- the interest earnings on that money joint money as long as the. money office and could not be recovered,according Marjorie Cason and Bradford's
Hardy filed a direct reply to the suit. by pointed out if more than 20 coun- during the period of time that it was earns interest. to Gordon. Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown stated they do
He told the Bradford County Commis- ties hired Baggett the cost would be pending in the custody of the clerk, as Gordon pointed out the suit could The suit filed by one of the attorneys not know how much interest has been
sion Monday, Jan. 5, that his reply to lowered. The UC Commission approved clerk of the circuit court and clerk of possibly cost Pinellas County between seeks for Robert G. Kim in- earned on their court registry
the suit, filed in Pinellas County last a $250 retainer fee to be paid to the grand Jury. 350,000, to 400,000 dollars. terest earned on an escrow deposit on deposits, but that it is not substantial.
month, was being typed during the Baggett. The trial court in Pinellas County Gordon reported former Pinellas
meeting. Pinellas County Chief Deputy Clerk split the question by saying the ownerof .Clerk Harold Mullendore lost on appeal -
The lawsuit filed last Dec. 10 seeks of the Court AI Gordon Last month the money was entitled to the interest ( a case in which drug money was Girl Scout NewsBradford I
interest earned on monies in court briefed Clerk of the Courts at an executive earned while it was on depositin confiscated about four years ago.
registries, deposited as required by committee meeting on the ( the registry of the court and In- About $316.000 in drug money was by Carolyn Eaves
state law that took effect eight years suit. Gordon reported that the clerk in vested from the date the judgementwas taken from a man who was arrested Phone 964-5812 County Hospital, for con-
Pinellas/ County lost on appeal a case entered awarding his money but never prosecuted, according to Here it is, Girl Scout Cookie time ducting the Basic First Aid class for
ago.Union County accepted the recom- in which drug money was involved, back. The court said the interest earn- Gordon. The trial court had decided again! The sale will run Jan. 16 thru Senior Troop 669 and other interested
Jan. 31. We are using the same cookie persons. These classes. were com
company as last year with the same pleted last week. We appreciate Cliff
I Starke School NewsMrs. cookies available. Even better news, giving his time.Saturday .
Elementary no price (increase! The cookies are morning, Jan. 17, the
selling for $1.50 per box. If your Senior Planning Board for the Senior
NoliiTs! 1st Grade everyone enjoyed a picnic lunch at Redding, Audra Brantley Harold his academics subject. favorite scout is not in contact with Scouts in Gateway Council met at the
Three people have joined our classin the St. Johns River Park. Chandler, Donna McKelvy, Allen on in Room 3. The boys It's and all going you, please call her or me. Please First United Methodist Church for
January. They are: Adelle Kuhn, The classes send a special thanks to Porter, Shawna Blom, Kevin really having a wonderful girls time are_ support this Girl Scout "goodie", we their regular meeting. They first attended
Jimmy Dalton and Shandah Lyons. the following special people who accompanied Crawford, Coretha Daniels, Angela learning through fun! all gain' when you do, no pun intended the Clown Ministry workshopthat
us and helped to make our Davis, Karen Hodges, Juli Jackson, The most Improved student for this was held there. After lunch they
Mrs. Winkler's 2nd Grade trip more enjoyable: our bus driver, Cindy Samons and Jeffery Tyson. period is Mary. She is just super! She Thanks to Cliff Chapman, EMT, had their meeting.
We said a sad goodbye to Randy Mrs. Wade; our chaperones, Mrs. We welcome a new student, David has a perfect attendance record this [ ..._ ''I .
Pike last Friday. He has moved to Kimutis, Mrs. Wishart Mrs.Stevens, Smith, to our class. past six weeks.
Cross City. Mrs. Clemons, Mrs. Mosley and Mrs. Mrs. Willie Mae
Eric Brown brought some of Mt. St.Helen's Thomas. TMR Class Linda Hewett would Randolph like to and thank Mrs. ,
Volcanic ash to share with us. The TMR classroom is bloom-
just everybody who helped to make the
Prizes were awarded to Kim Wall Mrs. Patterson's 4th Grade ing with exciting activities to become Christmas Party a
our Spelling Bee winner and Becki Spelling Super Stars Dana Involved in A smashing success. 1i
namely: walking the special thanks to Mrs. Kimutis for
Nugent, the runner-up. Bowen, Ed Douglas, Benjamin balance beam, throwing bean bags, the stuffed animals: Mrs. Hewett was
Happy Birthday this month to: Hankerson Selena Norman, Ricky assembling puzzles, sorting, mat- instrumental in for
Shae Blom, Jan.2; Lori Starling,Jan. Whitaker Shari Cain, Mike Jackson and arranging par I
ching, you name it. Lamar is studying ty and making take-home items for
8; Minike Williams, Jan. 9; and Jeff Karen Morgan, Patricia Parado, Eric hard this past six weeks with the children. I I
Carver; Jan. 11. The tooth fairy is
making regular visits to our boys and
girls, most recently to John Holt. I

Brewer Gay 2nd Grade II i
On Wednesday, Jan. 7, we visited Hampton Hilights
the Jacksonville Children's Museum. -

Although the children visited themuseums' by Dolores Meng family in celebration of his 10th birth- Hampton Elementary School _
various exhibits, the
day on Jan. IS. Teacher w9e
Phone 468-1911 Planning Day _
highlight of the trip was a visit to the
Norma Melton celebrated her birth-
Alexander Brest Friday, January 23, is a Teacher _
Here day on Jan. 19 by dining with her hus- Children
the classes took Senior Citizens Meet Planning Day. will not be in
the solar a spaceship The students tour of Some twenty members attended the band, Lonnie, at Captain D's in school that day. Teachers will be
system. explored Starke. She also had cake and other
seasonal change, stars and the meeting of the Hampton Senior planning curriculum for the second
Citizens Club on Friday at the City refreshments with family members, semester of school.
milky way. After the museum visit,
Hall. Marie Sargant of Weirton. West and enjoyed telephone calls from
Virginia, was welcomed as a guest. Joyce in California and Leonard who Testing
First United Methodist Bill Maxwell was the lucky winnerof lives near Tampa. The Otis Lennon Mental Ability
the door Mark Smith celebrated his third Tests
prize. are being given to students this
Church News
birthday Jan. 19. '" ""
on week. 'T *''- < "?rf>' ?V. : -" '* '
The "Winter Festival"services will Mrs. Sue Brannon was honored for Bradley Snow celebrated his 10th
continue Sunday at the First United having a Wedding Anniversary in birthday on Jan. 20.( P.E.Teacher Leaves
Methodist Church of Starke, with December and for celebrating her Eddie Lloyd turned 11 years old on Friday marked the last day for
Rev John Rooks from Gainesville bringing birthday on Jan. 25. Jan. 21. Mrs. Kathi Ledbetter at our school.
the Morning Worship messageat Their next meeting is scheduled for Children from all grades enjoyed hav- / -
11:00 a.m. The evening service at February 2. Anniversary ing her for their Physical Education I
7:00: will be cond-icted by the United Fran and Dolores Meng celebratedtheir instructor.Mrs. .
Methodist Women which will includea Condolence 33rd Wedding Anniversary by
filmstrip about the Red Bird Mis- Sympathy'is extended to the family dining at the Western Steer Steak Millie Galanos will be taking''
sion in Kentucky.The and friends of Richard Keys who died House Jan. 17. They were happy to Mrs. Ledbetter's place as P.E.
children's choir will be singing Saturday at the Veterans Hospital in see all their children and grand- teacher and will also be assisting ,
every third Sunday during the morn- Gainesville. children over the weekend except primary grades in special skills.
ing worship service. Every child that Gerald in California, who wrote In-
attends Sunday School is invited to Birthdays stead. Mrs. Led better Honored jg$ 1 a
sing in the ct oir. Mary Lou Peeples celebrated her Mrs. Ledbetter was presented with
Youth Chr r.. 6:45: p.m Wednesday.. birthday on Jan. 13 with a family Visitors :jfcjbdby stroller ,by members of the
night. 30? '. > celebration. -- Mrs. Virgie Barksdale enjoyed the i stafTbefore school on Thursday.:
Chancel hoir + 7:45 p.m. Wednes- Donnie Roberts had a decorated weekend visit of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
day night. cake and birthday dinner with his Barksdale of Humboldt, Tennessee. During the day students presentedher I

with gifts for herself and her expected -
baby. They also had parties
with decorated cakes and other
I refreshments as a form of farewell.
Lawtey News Mrs. Ledbetter gave her new ad-
dress as Mr. and Mrs. James Ledbetter -
Jr., 2130 S. Palmetto Avenue,Apt.
by Elizabeth Terry few days. Rome, Ga., and then to Cherokee, 16, South Daytona, Florida 32019. "
Phone 783-3300 Mrs. Geraldine Norman and her N.C. and enjoyed playing in the snow + 9
Church Activities: mother, Mrs. Ola Starling, attended a there. Mrs.Stevenson Back
'hurch of God: Sunday School 10( bridal shower for her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barbour and Mrs.Carole Stevenson was welcomed -
a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. and 6 Miss Jana Starling of Starke, at children and her mother, Mrs. opal back to school on Friday and
p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE Graham Church on Friday night. Lewis, and her brother-in-law resumed teaching the Seventh Grade.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and sister, Mr. and Mrs.-Richard Knootz Teachers and students were all happy i
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School daughter, Christina, of Black Mountain went to Wilmington, N.C. Jan. 6 to be to have her with them again. orI.
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and N.C. visited their aunt Miss with their brother who was seriously, ...
7 p.m Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Elizabeth Terry for a few minutes ill and in intensive care and who passed 7un'19jn1t"
7:30: p.m. Wednesday night on their way to their away on Jan. 12. They' returned '
Faith Baptist: Bible School 10 a.m. aunt Mrs. Margaret Blow's funeral in home on January 13. All of them took nllv'4t I

Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 Orlando. They returned home On Sunday colds while there. Our. prayers. are.. p .Ka P h z s e rl. ID
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at morning. with them.
7:30: p.m. Reggie Norman of Gulf Hammock,-
First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 Mrs. Ruby Leite of Jacksonville, was a Saturday supper guestof his
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and and Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman 8 i bmale
7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30( p.m. Atlanta, Ga., visited their cousin, and grandmother. Mrs... Carl t rft fVw m ml'I
and Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. O.J. Anders, on Thursday morn-. Prevatt. _
7:30: p.m. ing. All of them visited another Mrs. Franklin Starling and family'
Grace United :Methodist: Church cousin, Mrs. Evelyn Henry of Starke, of Bryceville, were Sunday dinner:
School 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 on Thursday afternoon. guests of their parents,.Mr. and M....,
a m. Wednesday Childrens Choir 7 Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach Fleam Starling. \ '
p.m. Bible Gleaning 8 p.m. and his Aunt, Miss Elizabeth Terry, Mr. and Mrs. David' Gained arid eon
Highland Baptist: Sunday School returned home Tuesday night after of Starke, were Sunday dinner guests
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. visiting his mother Mrs. Joyce Futch of their mother Mrs. Earl Teston,and
and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- for a few minutes in Alachua General Mike and Nancy. _
day at 7 p.m. Hospital, Gainesville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barbour's
Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and father, Mr. Corbett Watts, was III and
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. 7:30: Mrs. Maines Griffis of Palatka, they put him in the hospital while they
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at visited their mother, Mrs. Nellie were there.
7-30pm. Wilkinson and sister, Mrs. Daisy Mr and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent CLIP AND SEND
Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday Schol Boch on Saturday afternoon. two weeks with their and 1
10( a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Douglas and Deron Eunice and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Carroll j
7'30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: ( p.m. their friend Mike Parker of and family of Boca Raton. They came h.. I
Morgan Road l Baptist: Sunday Gainesville, were Friday dinner back home on Monday Jan. 12.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Edwards and ,
a m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Mrs. Harold Eunice. Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wiggins of <' 2u
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbothamspent Jacksonville,were Saturday guests of .
p.m. the weekend at their mobile their mother, Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr.
INiirllisidc Baptist: Sunday School home here and with their soninlawand Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr., 5'
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn were Saturday overnight guests of L& ;; ( iA
7 p m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Shuford and Nancy and with their their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.. '
7 nephews and nieces Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and "
p.m. Tony Hodges son. i.. Sa.. -
S'lIyrlla1IllIlonary: Baptist Danny Shuford and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C.R. Crews spent Tuesday until L'
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Greg Norman. Friday with her con-in-law and ": ':f. ..' "
ship Services 11 am. and 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly were daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tommy .
Wednesday Prayer Meeting at 7:30 Sunday dinner guests of their son and Clayton and Kinker of Jacksonville.The "'.. 1 '..'.
p.m. daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Donnie family brought her home on Fri ". ..' .. '; .
PKKSONAI.S: : Kelly of Gainesville.Mrs. ,' : .,.., .r.1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling, Mary Taylor and girls, went day.Mr.. and Mrs. Roger Bennett .of )', /fr'. ":
Michael and Melissa and Mr and with Mr. and Mrs. Frankle Wood and Starke visited Mrs. Earl Teston and -1-
Mrs. Clifford Browning attended BIble sons to spend a week with their family on Sunday afternoon. .
Conference at Trinity Church in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Mrs. Wm. Wilson spent the
Jacksonville on Monday and Tues- Bentley of Cave Springs, Ga., their weekend with her brother-in-law and I' -
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and sister Mr.-and Mrs. Hal Hamilton of
day.Mr.. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Mrs. Curtis Edwards and sons of ..Jacksonville.THANK .
Starke, visited their mother, Mrs. L Mall Tot *
Joyce Futch in Pierce County
Hospital in Blackshear Hospital, Bradford Co. Telegraph '

Monday night. ,They transferred her YOU P.O. Drawer A Use Our ,
to Room 658 Alachua General This.Year Starke Fl. Gift '.
Hospital Gainesville on Tuesday. She Everyone In the Hawkins Family appreciates Let the World 32091 of '.
will be' happy to hear from her v Love Ads .
friends. each person and everything the people In Starke KnowUowMuch *v 15 Words for r'

I Mr.' and >Mrs. Larry Norman attended and other counties gave them when the house You Love Her (Him).. 'u8 1S :1.50: ......> '.;
the Bible Conference at TrInity .
: Church in Jacksonville, during the they rented was destroyed by fire. 4 We will print

week.Mr, and Mrs. Charles Carter and Special thanks to the following: New Bethel, Free I' 7 Your ad on ..

their mother, Mrs. J.P. Wvrick, of Will Baptist Church,. Antloch Baptist Church, .1' February 12th:

day Tallahassee after returned visiting home her on sister Tues- Church; of cod In Christ and Ebenezer Baptist. "

Mrs.Joyce the hospital for a Mrs. E. Hawkins

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January 22. 19HI TKl.KCKAFH Page 7A

I School Lunch. Menus Hospital Board Approves AuditBy I

Southside Starke Lawtey

Hampton Brooker Elementary AL-A-CARTE a vote of 3-0 the Bradford County amounted': to $2,341,302 compared to The rescue service lost $60,422 this Whitlow told the trustees there
and Bradford Middle Monday. ,'Jan. 26: Hamburgers pizza, Hospital Board of Trustees at their $2,150,590 the previous 12 months. year compared to $67,228 a year ago. were no serious problems connectedwith
Schools: cheeseburgers, onion rings, monthly dinner meeting Monday, Total operating expenses showed a Overall excess of revenue over expense the audit but his firm would send
French fries, milkshakes. Dec, 15, approved an audit for the net operating loss of $86,837 as compared amounted to $29,618 this year a letter to management and the
Tuesday Jan. 27: Hamburgers fiscal year which;ended last Sept. 30. to$7,781.Whitlow compared to $93,091. trustees making some suggestions to
January 26-30 Cuban sandwiches, onion rings, John D. Whitlow Sr., of the explained the hospital expects Balance at the end of the year including improve the operation. That letter is
Monday. Jan. 26: Macaroni &cheese, pizza, French fries milkshakes. Jacksonville firm 0/ Whitlow and to receive $81,358 as medicare the $29,618 amounted to forthcoming within 30 days according
turkey sandwich, green Wednesday Jan. 28: Cheeseburgers, Whitlow' certified public accountants reimbursement which will cut the net $1,188,046 as compared to a balance of to Whitlow
peaches, biscuits and milk. peas pizza; French fries onion rings, presented the audit to the three operating loss when it is received $1,158,428. a year ago.
Tuesday Jan 27: Braised beef on' milkshakes. trustees who were present at the within\ 30 to 45 days for the fiscal yearto The audit points out that a settlement Marcus Drewa, president of
rice, green beans, peach pie, Thursday Jan. 29: Hamburgers Pizza meeting. George Shuford and Curtis $5,579, under the net operating loss for the fiscal year ending Sept. Methodist Hospital Foundation, Inc.,
wheat rolls and milk. French fries, onion rings, Sanders were not present. of year ago of $7,781.Nonoperating 30, 1918, that the hospital owed(63,520 the firm that operates the hospital for
Wednesday Jan. 28 Pig-in-the- French fried mushrooms. The audit lists patient service' revenue including ad to the Medicare Intermediary by the the trustees, pointed out that the first
blanket baked beans, cabbage Friday, Jan. 'M: Cheeseburgers pizza revenue for the fiscal year amountingto valorem taxes and other items Bradford County Hospital Corpora two months of the fiscal year which
slaw, fruit cup, and milk. hamburgers, French fries, $2,651,019 as compared to$2,321,545the amounted to $176,877 as compared to tion.At ended at the end of last month showed
Jan. milkshakes. previous year. Total adjustmentsto $168,100 a year ago. the same time the audit shows
29 of
Thursday : Chili crackers, a profit $43,996.55 as comparedto
tossed salad, pineapple, cinnamon revenue amounted to $309,717 com Excess funds before the rescue service the hospital is due to receive back approximately $70,000 for the first
swirl and milk. pared to $170,953( the previous year. ,amounted to$90,040 compared to from Medicare $81,358 for fiscal year two months of the last fiscal year.
Net patient services revenues $160,319: last year. 1980 and$30,000 for fiscal 1979.
Friday. Jan. 30: Sausage! rice &
tomato gravy, field peas, apple
crisp cheese rolls and milk. r' We fill MedJcaJd prescriptions. We

ri c aT' also honor most insurance prescription

Bradford High SchoolREGULAR tr? drug programs. Ask your Eckerd

January 26-:il(

Monday Jan. 26: Macaroni &cheese, YWf
spiced ham, mixed vegetasbles,
pear half, cookie hot rolls and
Tuesday Jan. 27: Stew beef on rice,
green beans biscuits w/butter,
peach pie, and milk.
Wednesday. Jan. 28 Chopped steak
w/gravyi mashed potatoes, but
tered green peas jello w/whipped
topping, hot rolls and milk.
Thursday, Jan. 29! : Fried chicken,
potato salad corn on the cob,
strawberry shortcake, hot rolls,
and milk. +f+ / ( o )
Friday, Jan. :tO: Turkey salad on let y Y 11Pwumasl

tuce, saltine' crackers pickles, alwA.
cheese stix, mixed fruit peanut I .
butter cookie, and milk.Community .


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Girl Scout News:
The Girls Scouts in this area are
selling cookies, and all citizens are
asked to please cooperate by purchasing 1
a box of cookies. It is for a worthy WS4" rmasttn chard*i
Public Hearing: .
A public hearing will be held Mon
day Jan. 26, at 7:30: p.m. at the FUE
Cafeteria to receive public commentand 0
participation in the Develpmentof
the, application for community
Development of the Block Grant
funds for fiscal year 1981. The public
is invited to attend and comment.

Concerned Citizens meeting: SIGNAL or LISTERMINT POND'S MAX FACTOR ai5ic: VIP PROTURBO
The monthly meeting of the Concerned MOUTHWASH CREAM a COCOA BUTTER PANSTIK DRYER
Citizens will be held Monday. .
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Jan. 26, all members and citizens art _A OO w9 Price "9 99 r 2 speeds/3 heats.REG. .
Ha choice. re1 ... 8oz.Sklncareemollient. shades.
invited to attend. The input of citizen fleets 30*oft label. 99. _. REG. $3.85 LIMIT 1 IL $12.99
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2 monthly meeting''&fth< '" I/I I I
pastor p.m.'s deacon and trustees will be .ROLLS otaldhv_ _! 36 flavored REG. $2.45 -
held. Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning __ooco olald__ .:. 37. Safety cap. J / COFFEEMAKERWITHePICIALMMATIOrPIN
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at Ebenezer at 3 p.m.. Evening BLADES
Worship 5 Pack of 9twin box of k k Trial size.I As- . H IO O4fALKPNICI ,
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day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship LIMIT 1ocean TOTALCOTAPTCIt

11 a.m. Evening Worship with the R .*Tf ..15 99 _
in of services 7:30.: "
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YPWW 5:30.: Sunday is Rally Day. All -
members are asked to cooperate. Bible sprayCranberry HAITIAN WOVEN SOUNDESIGN AM/FM
Hand Tuesday 7 p.m. Wednesday POCKET RADIO
Young people choir will rehearse. Juice REGS.TO$6.95 I Uses9-voltbat-
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welcome to v
members cordially you "'
attend their worship service each ICECUBETRAYS 9,'x 12 PATIO TABLE J .
Saturday at 12 noon 21- 00 Plastic PAPER | Redwood FIRlT! ALERT
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pack of SMOKE
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a.m. and 4 p.m. All members are Invited 18"x18"ACCENTTABLES BAIT BUCKET SPRINKLER ArTCRKHATt ..........999 If

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sponsoring the program. Wednesday. .-v. P.ICATI ,.,..2199
8 p.m.. the Seniors will be in charge. SELECT GROUP OF aid!
Thursday 8-Story Hour Friday 8-the ALL rAlJCek SELECTGROUPOF OUR ENTIRE STOCK I "'>...:,
Junior, Choir and Junior Ushers. PANTYHOSE ERSWATCHES OF BATTERIES V, .tAftwf >
Saturday, 1200dinners.: will be sold Bright digital readouts with G1FTWARE PLANTERS M
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Celebration.. Sunday School 9:30: Morning ? dl
with ordination nctA
worship 11:00: ito's'Familv:O'
services of Bro. Raymond M. Blye as .
a deacon. 1:00: all members and !! I toH;
friends are Invited to bring covered 'UloN
basket and dine with us. 3:00 evening -' .. -- ----..-- .. 1 ;\ aril

worship will be the final services of : :
the day. -- ..... bn?

Sunday The Calendar February.Rally members will terminate are 'i '/.j TWICE ECKERD'S THE PRINTS FAMOUS Gel an PHOTO extra set OFFER ot prints with every SALE PRICES GOOD THRU 1\ mm Jffil1fll3ffi 1 1 LLLi-(! io tit 1r:

asked 'to cooperate" with, this activity roll of color or black and white print film developed and SATURDAY JANUARY 24 c IthCJODDO
printed.. TODAY ANti EVERYDAY; OPEN WEEKDAYS 9 A.M.1I9 P.M. tisrif

:Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Lake :Cross The ol TWICE one!Kodacolor THE FILM or Get black two and rolls white of print when film you.for' the have price your OPEN SUNDAYS 10 A.M. til 7 P.M. ( ) ](QaQQEJ :

Southland singers from Mt film processed at, Eckerd's... TODAY AND EVERYDAY.'. SHOP EARLY, SOME SALE ITEMS a:4r
will at 3 P.M. at
perform Sunday
Calvary for Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. GUARANTEE! Buy only the prints you want.No hassle- LIMITED. 831 S. Walnut St. Starke Fla.
Everyone Is invited to attend. .even If the goof was In the picture taking.. : ,


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Girls Stun Buchholz; Boys End Drought'

Move to 2nd in 5-AAA Jackson Deals Poliil guard With Win Over BakerHow

Todd Jackson

Little more than a month ago the before pushing his seven-girl squad dishes out U sweet it is. Thompkins until at least Jan 28.
Bradford High girls basketball team through a workout Tuesday. "But we pas under Bradford High's Tornadoes finally Thompkins,who was sorely missed in
was mired in a three game losing don't have to play everybody the linker pressure from a chalked win number one last week, the loss to Clay, suffered a fainting .
streak and was at the bottom of the same way every time. We cart do a lot defender County In the holding off a Baker County team that spell at home last week and doctors
heap in the District 5-AAA girls of different things." In his first year Tornado win had ripped BHS by 21 points just a are still trying to decide is
basketball standings with an 0-3 mark of coaching girls Thomas said he may last, month before. The 45-41 victory at bothering the junior center. whal
against district rivals. not have been blessed with quantity The Friday. home Friday evening soothed the BHS hits the road for es
But that was 1980. The Lady Tornadoes but he's got some quality. "You knowin wished junior 1118 pain of an 0-9 start and gave the BHS at St. Augustine and Jacksonville
have treated 1981 like a new knowledge of the game and ability rm... boys a shot of confidence as they head Bolles Friday and Tuesday nig ts,
season winning their first four gamesof these girls are as good as some of the down the"home stretch of the season. Jan. 23 and 27, before returning home
the new year to stretch a five-game boys teams I've coached. We've real- Tuesday Still the week didn't bring all good to challenge fourth-ranked class AA
winning streak and jump from the ly only been beaten badly one time Htlll,eight, succumbed but BUS news. Friday's victory was followedby power P.K. Yonge Friday, Jan.
caboose to the second car in the trainof and that was Buchholz, the other a 54-49 setback against Clay High
'lay III/h.
5-AAA teams. times we've hurt oursleves. We couldbe .-
ill: i:: Tuesday night dropping Bradford to 1
After dealing Buchholz its first 11-1'and ranked right now." l;";: :;:" 1-10 on the season.And it is feared the : \
district loss by a 48-43 overtime count If BHS does get the number two (:-"' Tornadoes will have to go into battle (bee
last Thursday the Bradford girls used seed for the tourney it will mean the, without leading rebounder Eddie
two Tracy Hankerson free throws to Lady Tornadoes won't have to square """
squeeze past Eastside 22-20 Monday. off with Buchholz ((6-1 in 5-AAA and I
The wins pushed BHS to 4-3 in district 7-2 overall) until the district finals. ,- I
play (8-4 overall) and past Left between BHS and the number -
Gainesville High and Santa Fe in the two berth are a Feb. 9 home game
race for the number two seed in the with Santa Fe ((3-4 and 5-5), a team
district tournament set for Thursday Bradford beat 42.30 on the road a cow
Saturday, Feb. 19-21 at Santa Fe ple of weeks back and a two games ,
High. The win over Eastside also with Live Oak ((0-2 and 04)), a team L o 5 ttssA iU
shoved the labeled Buchholz has twice.. Live v-- I
Lady Rams a squashed II III L Lh
dangerous sleeper by BHS Coach Oak comes to Starke for a Feb. 2 en- t I
Jimmy Thomas, to the back of the counter while BHS closes the regular I,
pack. season Feb. 12 at Live Oak. I
First the Lady Tornadoes must take II I
District.MA care of some non-district business to ,
d f .
Girl.1..b.1I. keep the win streak rolling. BHS I I
tm 5.AAA Ov.rall visits Palatka tonight Thursday,Jan. EVERYTHING WE SELL HAS A :
luchholc 6-1 7.2 22, and then goes to Keystone Heights MONEY Golden
Bradford apt IJ Monday night, Jan. 26. Both games BACK Ripe '
start at 7:30 o
Santa F. 3.4 5.5 : p.m. '
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G'vltl.H5 2.' 4.S GUARANTEE
Ea.tald. I.' 64Llv. BUS girls 22 Eastside 20 a P
.Oak 0-2 0.6 Tracy Hankerson had only two
points Monday night, but her two foul S
"We've been making the other II,,", ..,.. .... ;'1' tOPex wipes
teams play our way instead of us
playing their game," Thomas said (sec BITS GIRLS on Pl(. IIA ,;tJ6'l.. l.:' !

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llollis (left) and Tracy Hanker- LOW '
son. had things pretty much her '
own way in the middle but the '
BIIS girls got the job done elsewhere dominating the out PANTRY'PRIIiB ; r O )
side play to surprise the Lady FLAKED' "
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Jackson hit for 23 .*v.w.or.o ou..IIflSC 0
and grabbed a bushel points of rebounds Creme.s .::*139 rvgY_ f'Soup f'-
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Hope Jackson offset that l9oi8Xi Sliced Peaches. .2sAve /*1
output with 22 points of her "t !
own and got plenty of help IV-1IMMandarin
from her tea mates in the Oranges49CY

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season. outing of the f 777.99* Hamburger Dill..59* Waffle Syrup'.89* *

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Sports 'Calendar for Next Week =. = _.. .
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Macaronl2/890 .P' 'QR ';!.ib'k. ,- X
ThurKda"Jan.22Gator )
QB Club Banquet at Starke Country Club (6:30): AVE HPMM OMAPB
BUS girls basketball>> at Palatka (7:30) Jelly rPAYE 93' -1" \
Friday. Jan. 23- Punch '. 97* -1.. E1"E"I i
BUS wrestlers at Santa Fe ((7:30) SALTINES LIQUID z
KHS JV and varsity boys basketball at St. Aug. (1:10: -8) DETERGENT DWHWABHIIKI !

Saturday Jan. 21- '\",j." ,SPAGHETTI 'I 69(: $ HYe2T5 ,

Tang 800 Do (karate) Tournament at BIIS (II)a.m.,. all day) SAUCE PKa aAOt. '
': ." ,480BDTL. j
Monday. Jan.28- Tjr MYE 70' .BOX. .
Santa Fe at weightlifters (3:30)f ," ." u. j tr. ''': ,
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BUS girls basketball at Keystone llts. (6:30) ,,......,. '", 't'lfJ; ;:," \' ,aMmac32oa 8"9' .

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Tuesday Ocala BUS JV Jan.Forest and 27-varsity at BHS boys wrestler basketball 6:30))at Holies(6:30.8)\ ,1).' ,;',,'..<*:,.*",;*'.r'ff/**.*,""' TOTAL- aAVE. .is*778 '9- LWII' } !TQPA fTRV .P'RIE>E .. .'I:

Wednesday Jan. 28- .: .
BUS l' I. .
weightlifters at Ocala Vanguard (3:30)"' -

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I r Karate Tourney is Saturday Bradford HighIt's SSNsNRSM

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all-day karate in Starke Satur Recreation Department and The demonstration willbe, performed the Recreation Department office Buddy
day as the 2nd Invitational Tang Soo presented by Pak's Karate Academyof by instructor and Tang Soo) Do (Old.Armory) and will be $6 at the Rules Change ;
Do ( Korean karate) Tournament will Orange Park will feature the all- master Song Ki Pak of Pak's karate door on Saturday.Call .
L be held at Bradford High School star day tournament capped off by a Tang and his school's black belts. Coaches Too Collings '

,ling at 10 a.m. Soo Do demons!ration at? p.m.Saturday the Rec. Departinvnl !!164-67IJ21" I .
The event arranged by the'Starke night. Tickets area on advance sale at for more information. J i

I. 6rOOQ( ( (BGU:3110: + <., ... i i '. C i. ............Sport.......Editor....a*

The organization ruling high school athletics nationwide has brought a few
Gator BanquetIs a steak dinner at 7:30.: Anyone interested in umpiring soft-' Dinner starts at 7 p.m. with a presentation sweeping changes Into play in high school football for next year most bringingthe
Tickets not sold to Club memberswere ball and youth baseball this year ;I" by University of Florida football prep game in line with the college trend of outlawing all the below-the-waist
Tonight put Ort sale to the public and a should attend the meeting . near-capacity house is expected to ,.'. awards presentation following'the The major reason given for the blocking changes was to cut down on knee in
The Starke Gator Quarterback listen in on the Gator boss. Semi-Pro Basketball meal. juries.As .

Club's season-ending banquet, featurIng Underway at IlJE The All Sports Club is asking that BIIS Coach: David Hurst sees it the moves by the National Federation of
University of Florida football Umpires MeetingIs parents and Club members planningto State High School: Associations further a process he sees as"hurting the lit tie kid
coach Charley Pell! is tonight, Thurs. The 19KO-81 semi-pro basketball go to the banquet call either Coach in football."
.f day, Jan. 22, at the Starke Golf and. Monday NightAn season is underway with ball ames David Hurse ((964-6470 at the "I don't like it," Hurse said. "It's a great advantage for the defense but it hurts
Country Club. important meeting of the Starke scheduled for each Friday and Satur fieldhouse) or Harold Bishop the little guy. It takes away the expertise. You take little wideouts, the ones that
Pell's presentation will start at 8:30: Rec. Department's officials association day night at the KJE gymnasium in CJ64-6848( at Sears) so a count of how aren't physical. They used to go out there and work around the feet and take a
p.m. tonight following a cash bar will be held at 7 p.m. Monday Starke. many people will attend can be made. defensive back down. Now they'll have to go out and stand up against a big ol'
cocktail hour starting 6:30 p.m. and night, Jan. 26, at the Old Armory Top localleams lake on each other Tickets are $3 for Club members and defensive back and take him on."
rI. and also play out of town ballclubs in' $5 for non-members. the BUS coach
-- -------- --- An interesting comment came from Lanier flyult, first-year
f' the games, which start each weekend who was an all-star guard at Union County High a couple of years back despite
Crc CHRIST night at 7:30: p.m. Ski Trip DepositDue standing about 5-feet-4. "Coach, I don't think ever hit one above (the waist,"
...,. Jan. 31 Clyatt laughed when he heard Hurse talking about the changes.The .
low-blocking will still be legal in the free-blocking zone at the line of scrim
LUTHERAN CHURCH BIIS Grid BanquetIs The Starke Recreation Department mage but nowhere else. The "chop block", a favorite tool of widcouts or
s:.. Next ThursdayFootball reminds those planning to on the ski wingbacks in motion trying to cut down linebackers or defensive ends has been
sl: trip to North Carolina that the bus made in the Rules will detailed
Pastor Glen Schmlege 473-2419 illegal just as college game. hearings give more
<..'. and cheerleading letters fare deposit of$52.65 is due Saturday, analysis of the changes, for instance Hurse will ask if the no-chop rule means a
and awards to outstanding playerswill Jan. 31. running back can't go after a defensive lineman below the waist...
A 'Church Service 10:30: am be passed out next Thursday Additional charges for ski rental
Jan. 29, at the Bradford High All and a lift ticket are$20 per day, or$60 ...Speaking of high school football two head coaches of Tornado opponents are
Sports Club's Football Banquet. for the 3 days, with payment at the ski no longer on the job. Brent Hall of Suwannee High in Live Oak was fired last
Keystone Lion's Club The banquet is again to be held at site week and Don Royelt, coach of Baker County's Wildcats resigned effective last
Starke Elementary School's Call the Recreation Department at Friday. Both were reported to be staying on as social studies leachers but of
*Sundav School and Bible School Resumed 9 am Cafeteria with fried chicken the fare. 964-6792 for further information. course that could change in a hurry when job offers come along.

Hall was. regarded. as one of Florida's: best
coaches when he directed Ocala Forest to
.-. back-to-back state 3A championships in the
.k ...... .,__ mid-seventies and turored players such as Scot
and John Brantley and Tyrone Young. But, the
best mark he could manage in three year's at
Live Oak was last season's 3-7 card and apparently
that wasn't good enough for the
Suwannee administration.
Boyette's claim to faim may be his leading
Baker County to its first-ever win over Bradford .
the opening game 17-15 victory last fall. SCG
He was 13-18 in three years at the helm of the

Wildcats.Boyette gave "personal reasons" as the explanation gr 'RACKI

for his resignation...

BUY BETTER Odds and Ends...

Richard Smith ran his first 'indoor' collegiate -
.. track meet last Saturday, only he ran it
PAY MORE? outdoors.

Due I to I lli.ise rccul'ring; structural prublomsill '
I'F's O'CoiiiH'll (' '111"1' I the. Manor In\ Mil
li"lIal I indoor truck mcrl was! nmseil, oiililnurs
I 1Iii to the dully vumly clinic HI'lliIrcll\'ClS nun
BONELESS WHOLE: pcliiig bur Seminole (''IIII1I1"Ulil, 'iilli'nc. salt
was! al least in some fast company in Ins lust:
f r SIRLOINTIPS college "nu-el.! II>I'IIIII Djco III l the F .n ul.i Tnlt'k
M1PG R. WPC. flub. a I hell-IUnc; liH' Janl.uca umi the
iiu'lnc luill null' in while ICldlill'llllH"
I 1Li M, TRIMMED CAP OFF ilnn'i know .
mxoun 111'1 II III' sixth inn nmt'l 1 just I alxiinTin
$198 iiiM'sii. rack( allure has mispl.iiril all
ALL ITEMS S PRICES GOOD THUDS -: 8 TO 10 the reruns MI v\e max peter kn,,\v \\ h.11 I
--- JAN. n THRU WED.! .JAN.2S. H.l. LBAVG.. LB"SAVE I Hit BitS ;1'II'm'"lllIs I ln'rl i oilli-ni.iir, imv,
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p I ME'"'I.. : "Speaking of JUCOIracIc former Bradford l
TIP22ij" runners Griffith and
e'- High Cindy Valer.v
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-- > 'handler are running for Santa Fe('onununityCollege.
SLICED .. ....... ..... ""
AVB IIP A PMBMt v. ., CHOKIC L S ORANGE BONELESS Cindy, the CMS: school record holder in
: s Beef Short Ribs. La.158 SIRLOIN TIPSTEAKS $268 the 880, mile, and 2-mile is back on scholarshipand
..-" !/. LB living in Gainesville while Valery is a
.U.l. tssszaz ffKivRs. .. walk-on at SFCC.. ..
Beef for Stew i LB'188

..v.m-A....TO.IM mm v..un lucu IIIBMYLANTA ...JV basketball' Coach Rick Stevens had
LB'158 some choices to make as he cut his roster down
Qtr. Pork Loin
for this basketball season just as all coachesare
SAVE 1O A LBTO.LBS PRE8H VALLEY PREEN I faced with. But Rick made some different

Pork, Butts.. .. i ia Lo'138 choices than many would.
/Ari M'"A 1.VR4.w1LUT *o A.CHOICI MV'COUmiVBTVLC_. .........L wO.....rAWrOMILA Do you keep the "hardcases", the attitude and grade problems that possess (the
I a lJ.QaIDC1f best talent and hope they come around to your way of thinking or do you skip the
LB'l58 .
found Steak LB278CHOKB Fresh Pork Ribs. hardship of dealing with the problem-player and take only the good-ill I iliule
s0141a.Pp VAI mtmf cttucn SAVE IV. l.. PKO.SKILLET! BRAND ; : 9 fellas.
'*b Steak ie288 S S Sliced Bacon. 38hl Most coaches would take the first route, if only for the benefit of their coaching
wl.lyQn8iD, e.OHRM.Ps., AVB!19-A LB-OVER 3 LBS SMOKED HMraWiAQUA: record. But Rick took the latter path, culling any potential problems early. lie's
now taking his lumps on the court struggling through an 0-8 season as of t tins
r'kStea C., #. : L9 1 g Slab. Bacon. .LB98 D.Vl''J.'fi. r writing but he might have fewer headaches than some of his couching counter
IA. Y h U.DA.O.DRR. LIA02 AVfi iv A110VR..IM me.H vAWR..UIIRD .
SAVE a. Su.C parts.
k R ast y Lbdh ': : Pork Neck BonesLg78e8. o lgp 9 9 Cs The BUS JV is a group of hard-working kids the "good kids" of the BUS

: tesiroaKAryi'oPTe sophomore-freshman crop attitude-wise, though some of the more talented
i t R youngsters are on the sidelines... .
I-: 99C.AYR The Baby Tornadoes have been beaten by scores that make you wince 101-39.:
Ell Ir.TN..T.A 000V. ':" 95-31,94-31, 88-27. etc. "It's terrible," Varsity Coach :.Mike SeMim scoffed at the
Shampoo( IHi1CE: ) $129 way some teams are running up the score against the BUS jayvees. I'nl.ilkii for
SAVE*Knl *f# CuAJeLROD WHOLE MILK 9 ww..r.W PeO.O.NIDYMYamR.nn.Mb SAVE 70'.11 instance pressed fullcourt in the final minute of the 101-3) win so it could reach
't r the mark...
> 100-point
a.Cheese2iaSAVE Pork Sausage. 118 Babv w t'pesll49

10-. 1Sw PKO.BLUE BOtlNBT Avaaa. *..low Plea; LVKEB OUARI ILICBD* 4 ..The conflict of dates with Gator Ciucli ('harley. Poll slated to speak al t both the

Q4f fJ1do 2..I4'r ti. 58* Cooked Ham 'I98AVt FRESH Starke Gator Quarterback Club Banquet and the BUS 'IH.lhllli Banquet' on the
SAVE 40. I to*PRO BORDER BUCED PRICE 1-MIAT.MUVtiM...0........W PQ'I"Hr :rEt same night was a result of a little confusion at the I'nhersiH Athletic Office: end.
*218 Bologna MAYeR)98 >' Coach Pell apologized to both organizations for the mixup and the QB Club
American Cheese .+ ; (OSCAR. )
graciously moved its date a week.

Cottage :Cheese .$13a Doll Sausage. 98< 4.6oz rg 9 ...()ul'I>l'l1lish! ,'!! go mil l to Unmet AilKinsmi.. the BUS loath 'teadicr. Im-mcr
TUB.It' basketball and football coai-li, iiiul one nl Br.i. C"iinl> '. hrt.1 M fury lellirsWarney
SAVE 2. underwent an arterial operaium List! week (but I the surgery won I
sll1nllllll)' iiiul t..aili Iliirse Mini Wal'l1l'iI leelinn diipper
resting! at Alachun (iL'l1l'l'ulliuspllcll...

LIBBY'S _I ;.q O :ttitSi{ :


CREAM STYLE Jr. Boys Basketball

._ ccIR 'S lAW PRICE

:' ......4.CMIIui .
PEAS : 11-13 Year Olds : C. ,...... It .. He... ton .. 1. 0.1_,*, I.Simmon .
1. II O.'...,4.Timmy .

I tG'II' I 16oz CANS Mwl..11a6V A0Ox1.Ix/11RM w1/1Me1 [ CONTADINATOMATO points Daren in two Chandler games but pumped the first-place in 58 Bullets! :illria"k.1.:\ .
.RLO.C Lakers lost Tyson and Barry Warrenled
Bread their first game of the
season, by two points to the Nets. a parade of six scorers as the
AVBZO',ioi;,rT AW IdTM OVEN GOLD PASTE The Lakers still led the Jazz by one Bullets shot down the Hawks last
Creme Soap::7.T:. : .. 6 139 .. Angel Food Bar. .99* game entering Tuesday's play. Tuesday afternoon.

SAVE 1O. *. I PAK PAHTBV PHIDB Shaun Jackson had 20 in a lOlling
.. .SOX 3 g' :
SAYS 7" \3. f ( Nets H takers U

Cracker Jack. ::7/1 Honey Buns. .. 79C, /8'8 Darren Chandler poured in 32 cause.ulUMl T..'...10 ..Worm... ..Jxkto.t.I.__
.... :.....-PM..-SSRDw points but the Nets had four players !>..<,4. C. H.itk.>M.4.
MVI! ..'-s..VICIO- Poppy8eedRolls.7w CArt score to the Lakers two and pinnedthe i.,...... M. .. ...... 10. M. Clwpp S.
Rice. .4/l _SAVE 10. : SAVE T'
yellow first defeat of the year on the Jau 112: Nets36:
SAVE ..'.S..CORAL O.CHITS Lakers last Thursday. (double 0\('rllnlC. .'
Lifebuoy 39 Cecil Jackson, Dennis DeSue, and In a double-overtime thriller the
w Simon Mitchell all hit double figures Jazz came out on top of the Nets
SAYS .0' IS. OSAOS CHITS AC.E for the winners.
behind the 28-point of
SPAGHETTISAUCES PRIDE '"pEY1LLB STONEWARE. I Peas . 39 C.-....,..C.4.1s. .,..._ 14. 0. ..._ 1.. I. ........11 It M. Boswell last Tuesday.scoring Barry

INFORMATION .val.aMEHaMIEn 23- SAYS! .0'.s..u.a VIEI'I"A ...... D. CIM4IM n J D./.HIS I Dennis DeSue led all scorers with 38
28 & 27 OF 2/89 tallies while Isaac Simmons of the
WE WILL CONTINUE tO REDEEM FUNK & Sausage .' Jazz 40.Uulll'll:1H:
_"A"'t'PUAT.CAM YOUR put DEVILLE STONEWARE. WAQNALL8' NEWENCYCLOPEDIA .Mw........ tl.OwU 0.800 wen The Jazz winners and Simon Mitchell of the.
COUPONS S YOU CAN PURCHAJeEYOUtcoMPLETeaneceaTxRU got points between Levi losers both hit 14.
"'" C Soup Starte 99I Simmons and Ricky Gainey and edg- Mui i. t...*.1... I. 11/,..... ... '. Knoimu It. A.J00,00 .
9 9 bAT. PEB. 14 19 .' AS OP..A..... IO, t9SrlvElvtLLno' I
320. 11510. D.._ .. .
$299 Timmy Tyson of the Bullets toppedall M. S. MIMlMN IS J. J kMit 4
STONEWARE COUPONS scorers with 21 points. fakers S3; .Celtics -IS
IlAV1." .... "- ..r.. v --- : ..00.1I7...... .. 11,0000 It *. M_ I*. .I. ilmmim t. .. Tall Daren Chandler dumped In 26

....,.... T. iv'." II, .. JwhM* I*. .. WOTM t. C. points and John David Francis shot In
.. .. .. ........- I.Robert./. _.o..4. t., 12 as the Lakers overcame the Celtics

E\lEJ: V ,f-A V ''LO'W: P\RI.CJ3S1\ '1 s 480..fITL. $239"' I 1 and Mike hawks Bellamy Chappel 5-Celllcs32 bucketed'added 12:32 as points the with 52-46 Leon 16 last points.Hampton week. topped. the' losers .

I SAVE.20" Hawks flew over the Celtics Thurs- Ut....O.Ck* 4Iw 14, t.O..PrMcta 11. ..BfMm..|.
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Page IDA TELEGRAPH January 22. 1981

32301 ((004)) 487.2583. .. Furs to
I Tornadoes Bump Off Wildcats ." NOTICE OF BID 865,09, Florida Statutes, NOTICE OFINTENTION mention the account number
notice is hereby given,, AF1ER. the' name aft publltlttd In
)I'' The Bradford County Board of County that the undersigned,' TO REGISTER this nolle UnUftt prool of

(front |>K. HA) Commissioners will receive sealed bids to Paul H. Faulkner, Starke, FICTITIOUS ownership holder (Financial It pr.Inftlllullont d to 'the In,

:" bf opened at 7:30: p.m. on Monday, Florida 32091), and Susan NAME lurane Companies' or CorpmaHani .
M. Faulkner, 2305 N. ,. March. 31, 101, the
lc by
hand all in recording his
54 Tornadoes 49 steady night 1981 In the .
Clay februory 16, County Commissioners Temple Ave., Starke, Pursuant to Section propvrly will b. d.llv.r d for

Todd Jackson put on a long-range Jackson personal also varsity contributed scoring a heady high. S room. at the Bradford County Courthouse Fla. 32091, co-owners, 865.09 Florida Statutes, Ctitlody' la th. Comptroller: ofPlurlda.

artillery display,bombing in 18 pointson floor and some nifty inside for Health and Life Insurance doing business as ERA notice Is hereby given GERALD A.LEWISCOMPTROLLER
outside jumpers, and Ben Tankard game FAULKNER REALTY, 221 that the undersigned'
canned 17 more from the inside, but feeds against Clay's pressure zone Coverage for the County Employees Health W. Lafayette' St., Starke. BOB J. ANTON JR., OF FLORIDA

without 6-4 Eddie Thompkins the Tor- defense. Plan. Complete specifications may be pick Fl. 32091 Intends to VICe pre5id.nt l/223lchg' 121IN ,

nadoes were whipped on the boards ed up at the Clerk's Office. The Board register said fictitious Gainesville Scrap Iron &
Baker 41
end and Tornadoes 45 name under the provisions Metal Co., a Florida corporation -
and inside on the defensive reserves the right to reject any and all bids
fell just short of a second straight victory Bradford High basketballerscouldn't submitted. of aforesaid. solo owner THE CIRCUIT| COURTOF
been had statute. business BRADFORD .
have happier they doing as FLORIDA EIGHTH

The 'Devils Jimmy Hampton was won the championship after they Dated this 9lh day of RECYCLING. 452. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, I Hi'

the main benefactor of Bradford's hung on to edge Baker High 45-41 last Gilbert S. Brown Clerk to the Board. December A.D. 1980 InStark. North Tempi Ave, AND FOR BRADFORD

loose inside defense, breezing down Friday night, Jan. 16, before their 1/22 Itchg. ., Florida 1 1/1 4tpd Starke, Fl. 32091) Intends COUNTY FLORIDA,

the baseline almost at will to compliment home town fans. 1/22. to register said fictitious CIVIL ACTION CASE NO.
name under the provisions
a handful of outside jump shots "Whoosh the fans yelled at every of aforesaid 8124.WALTER WILLIAMS &
that him game-high 21 points. for 20 from the field after intermission
gave a back the Statute. Florida
', Bradford basket, bringing SONS, INC., A
Hampton hit five points as the Blue spirit to the BHS gym the very first the Tornado five was outscored I NOTICE OF Dated this 11th I day of Corporation

Devils erased a 29-26 BHS edge with a time the Tornado five gave them a 17-9 in the third period as Baker LEGALSNOTICE INTENTIONTO December, A.D. 1980 In Plaintiff,

13-2 spurt early in the third period. chance to chant so loudly this season. fought back and was edged 13-12 In REG'STER' Gainesville, Fl. 1/1 4tpd v.

That Bradford dry spell, where the the fourth period. OF FICTITIOUS 1/22. JAMES R. LAYTON SR.

lack of rebounding allowed Clay se- To be sure, the Tornado five Baker won the first game by 21 SHERIFF'S SALE NAME and MELISSA A.

cond and third'shots, put the Tor- stumbled as usual. But they'd had a points 65-44when the teams met in Notice li hereby given LAYTON, husband and

nadoes behind 39-31 with 1:49 left in good first half, hitting 10 of 29 attempts Macclenny earlier this season. that I I. Dolph E. Reddish Pursuant to Section wife, '

the quarter and the home side never from the field. They hung on "I felt our execution was terrible in as .....11f of Bradford 865.09. Florida Statutes, NOTICE OF NAMESOF Defendants

got closer than within four. grimly in the second half as Baker the first half," said the Baker County County Florida under notice 'I. hereby given PERSONS NOTICE ;;:

Jackson rifled In a 26-footer and slowly( closed an 11 point Bradford ad- Coach. "Mike's kids played with and by virtu. of Writ of that the undersigned, APPEARING TO B. OF ACTION tc: ".

then scored a snowbird layup off a vantage.But perserverance and determination, Execution. to-wit: Mary E. Grove,.P.O. Box OWNERS OF TO: JAMES H'.J.
long-bounding rebound to cut the much better than first game." Execution Issued out 703. Keystone Heights .ANDONEDPROPERTV LAYTON, SR. 'Iant :-.:

margin to 43-39 with 4:26: on the clock this time the Tornadoes, sens- BHS used a tight 2.1.2 defense, forcing of Circuit Court of Bradford Fla. 32656. sole owner 717 Pursuant Florida, to Section$''olu''.,13. Chapter nllllod MELISSA A. LAYtON>*|=;:;,;

but Clay worked the advantage back ing victory, hung in there and made Baker to shoot from outside. The County Florida pursuant doing business as Florida' Diipatlllon of'Unclolmod' husband and wife ..:I t-:
when fed Stacy their foul shots. Steve Marks strippedthe Tornadoes to a Final Judge MARY'S CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS '...,p.rty Ac'", notice IB horobyglvon AND OTHER PARTIES:!;!
out to 47-39 Hampton grabbed 36 rebounds(
net with two free throws with two m.nt far Erneit P.O. Box; that the portoni lltlod, HAVING INTEREST. -*:
BHS steady
Williams for kept them the
a layin. dividing equally on offensiveand '
below beh. of
to ownort -
minutes to to protect a narrow Copeland and against HEREIN ?t
go 703 Keystone Heights'
pressure on against Clay's four- defensive boards.In unclaimed' personal or'Intangibleproperly ,, NOTIFIEb- .
Bradford margin. Tom Marks, defendant Fl. 32656 intends to YOU ARE =
corner slowdown but the Tornadoes Then with 20 seconds to go Eddie addition, the Tornadoes turned In the amount of' register said "fictitiousname THIS DOES prevumed NOT INVOLVE abandoned.REAL that an Action U;,,':'
threw a couple of scoring oppur- the ball over fewer times than usual
away Thompkins sunk two free throws to $23,058.00 together with under the provisions EST A I', FORECLOSE A MORTGAGE "
tunities in the late going. keep Bradford in the game, then hit and attacked the basket better, forc- Costa of collection. ol aforesaid Apparent Own.r,, Alb. on the following ::'

"The free throws were the difference on the first of another two shots to put ing their way in for the percentageshots. Have seized and haveIn statute. Jam IMC*.'1990-0001. K.; Account Numb. property In BRADFORO-r':'.

," as Coach Sexton saw it. BHS 45.41.Thompkins. Ben Tankard tipped in an errant my possession Ihe Dated this 6th day of BAKER, RS. V. R. COUNTY. FLORIDA: ::?a:

"They hit 20 out of 26 and we were five up playing in what turnedout shots for one bucket. 'following described property January A.D. 1981 inStork. R?. l BOX 26-C TRACT 33: Part of tfii|

of H. BHS outscored Clay 44-32 from to be his last for awhile (see In the closing minutes Marks, then to.wit: ., Florida. 1/8 4tpd ST'RKE FL. 32091 South half of 'fc>: '
game Thompkins fouled Baker's Cliff Lot 21, Block 2 In 1/29. 0101.1990.0003BARTOLOMEO Southwest of th,':.
the field, wasting a 22-of-50 ((44 percent fourth quarter ;
above) led BUS in the crucial MARIA A '
Miller a deadly shot from the free Goriagan Subdivision inthe Northeast quarterSection ,cf/ :
that the v;
) field goal showing was
with five of his nine including C 06198UOOD2'BENNETT .
period points, Northeast of ;
best of the season. clutch basket. throw line, and Miller kept Baker quarter BOBBY L 35 Township, S f
a last close. the. Southeast quarter of 060619800003BOCUE South Range 22 East ,:.
"We just got better shots tonight," Todd Jackson contributed four points, Kerry Fisher led BUS with 10 Southeast quarter of Section COURT IRENE S Bradford' County :-
Sexton said of the season-high a field goal and two pressure packed 21 Township 6 010519800016BOVERS. Florida more particular
points, going 5-for-ll from the field. FOR BRADFORD COUN, ;;
marksmanship. "We worked the ball free throws. Kerry Fisher hit one South, Range 22 East as STEVEN W ly described as follows:
3-for-3 added nine CIVIL ACTION
Thompson, points TY. FLORIDA
around patiently and got the good from the field, and Marks had his two the same appears of 0906lgs00006BRORN Commence at the Northeast -.
and Tankard 3-for-ll had nine CASE NO. 8111. CLIFFORD JC9C619500005
record In Plat Book 2, the t
percentage shot. When you do that free shots. CORPORATION corner of

they're going to fall more often." "I'm just glad we won. I wouldn't( points.Thompkins led the rebounding with Pag. 41 of the Public a/k/a S.D.A.SOUTHERN DIS- BPUXFZCLO. CHARLES AhOER S South half of the
have cared if it was 1-0," Coach Mike Records of Bradford COUNT COMPANY oq do-l 80-OCC6 Southwest quarter of the "
12. Fisher and Tankard each had
It was Jackson, seeing his most Sexton said after the breathtakingwin. 9. County Florida. Plaintiff CH1TTY, JEAN Northeast quarter ot

playing time of the year, who fueled 7 10 I ir 13: 13.41 f a 1970 Ford 2 dr. I.D. vs 10061800001COOPER, ANNIE Section 35, Township 9

Bradford's attack. The smallest BHS led from the start, was up 10-7 ...cIfo.... Thomplilni 3.,.,, Tinfconl >.S.P. HOVW No. OA35HU6272.At JOE BROWN. JESSIE 1006-1 80OOC2COX South Range 22 East
member of the Tornado club netted after the first period and 23-12 at the .-.... ....10. M..... ,.,... Watfclni ,...Z. Carter the property of the GREEN BROWN and I H. EE01019800CCI thence run South 89 34'
three shots that as timekeeper Jerry l-J-. Jackson I.'... Total ...n.... above named defendantand FINANCE 04". West a distance of
half.Reverting "k.r Mlllor :I.-3-', feford 4-J-ll. '...... I..-.. that on Monday the GENERAL OSMPIER. WILLI' 1 1168.01 feet to a point
McGriff said "were NBA threepointers" to the old ways in the second Wo.blnoNm...,.,. T..oli 14-1341. 9th of February CORPORATION 100619BO000SDICKENSON on
day the East line of a 35 foot
to the Tornadoes ball Defendants.
turned the
put up half BHS over OEMMIS U
1981 o'clock
13.12 after one period and kept up the and missed its shots. Going just six laid at one the on NOTICEOF 06-l980-000r County Road; thence run
day on premisesof South 05 16' 40" West',:
the Bradford County JOE BROWN'and H. H. ADAMS, EXEC 331 .62 feet for the pointof
Jail Yard, I will offer for JESSIE: BROWN 1877 SURKE PL beginning: thence rurt
sale and sell to the C1CI198UOOOlEVEREn '
South 04' 30' 04" West
I 14th Street, San Pablo
highest bidder for cash California 94806. 332.54 feet: thence run

In hand the above YOU ARE HEREBY aCTAKE'1006-1980-0005, ELVING North 89" 37' 38" East 6"' '

described property of NOTIFIED that an Ac IT J BOX II distance of 544.80 feet to

sold defendant' to satisfythe flan to Foreclose a Mortgage ITtRKEt 'L 32091 the West line of a 60 foot

aforesaid Execution on the following 015e19l0000.GRIrIh road right.of-woyl-
/s/Dolph E. Reddish In Bradford OUAMTA thence run North 01 07ir' 1
Sheriff Bradford County property Florida 1c66- O-OOOT 54". East along the ..
Flot'Ida. A parcel of land In the C6-108U-C,00 Westerly right-of-way) .
1/13 4tchg 25.NOTICE. E'/i of' the NW'/4' of the HART I ISEV. FREDERICK S line of said road q.

more particularly OUC6-1980-OG09 distance of 291.53 feet to- '
OF described as follows: NNINGS CHARLES h a point of a curvetthence -
INTENTIONTO C-C"-19S0-COIO run NorthwesterC;<:
1'/4 acre lying North JOHNSON, JACK E
REGISTER and West of Highway 01C619800011OuC619)0C01J ly with a curve concave t;

.I FICTITIOUS 301 bounded on the I R/IT2/ RICHARD' Southwesterly, soi J_ Jq

.yf NAME .South'" by C..cI1amb.. LDQ4J980000eV curve hovinqa.centra4. P-t

c. ... y .o.o""e" ,Wes4 by.4Nack4p .IrHARO., I ODAh i.. C... ....Ha angle' of 53>.dg;, WI
... ..... 3*. l Pun..a.Secho... :orr+!heeNtlf7hdly MtX' ..: IQv "1't'' "1'0a91T.,1'NO.8'01l8Y ".", yM. ;e radius of} SIb4
'.'> '" 845.09.( Florida Statutes:;, "Calsln: and on the East J'-;' length of 77.93 (Vet1c..._, p

notice is hereby given by Highway 301 all be. a chord bearing and: ::
that the undersigned ing in Section 32. OMNHAN, VICTOR ROBERTS distance of North 27 20%::" ::-,

Llf I Donald E. Champion Sr. Township 6 South i CFACOEN o6-l980-00l) PEARL' 49" West 45.27 feeljr: :
1tlt i ikr 838 North Temple Ave.. Range 22 East Bradford 2071198uC002'CLE"OPE thence run South 89 34' '-',

I bl hk',' ,. and Donald E. Champion County Florida has I, THOMAS GARY 04". West a distance of 2
A Nom lA, Jr., 1012 Butler Rd., been filed'' against you CUC6-J980-L.OM; 92.15 feet to the point -;
"tWwraI Starke. Florida 32091 and you are required to ANCEt WILLIE L of beginning. .
C6l9IOb016S .
co-owners doing serve a copy of your ",N, MARGARET '5
C A H'S if has been filed against
business as written defenses, C906-1900L011pave .
METALS RECOVERY. 838 any to it on Richard E. I KENNETH L you and you are required3
North Temple Avenue, Welty, Plaintiffs" at CCIIo198UOCI8II'BEIIT to serve a copy of your Sj;
RICHARD b.P. written defenses If Or)
Starke. FL 32091 intendsto torney whose address j any .
tiA 0. BOX I4!2 to it on EUGENE F.
SJ register said 'fictitiousname is 954 North Temple 32041
._ ; rlt I under the provisions .Avenue Post OfficeBox995 C7BIt-I98 -DoOI ,
of aforesaid Stark., Florida :I HEO.OOC, MARCIA Palmetto Ave, Green
The Thrill of Victory... the First Time 32091 on or before 16 I"CIlo-1geO-UOO-' Cove Springs. Florida '
The Bradford gym erupted with smiling faces hand- sounded!! .n the Tornadoes Hrsl ,, boys ,'ba"sketl all win ol Dated this 15th day of February 1981 and file ;I INSABAUGH, GPANT R 'f' i iC I P.O.Bo.* ;833jf1Green(' p

I (hlnllinand hoarse but happy \'oiceshen Ilic bUller LI80! -M, a 4...n squeaker over arch-rival! Bake. Cpunty. January A,D. 1981 in the original with the I, -C"-,198GOOIeSLALIER DOROTHY M OR DONRFT 32043 Cove ':Springs'on> 'or Before'..Florida 20Februoty' r
this Court
Florida. 1/15 Clerk of j
Storks 2', BOX UJC I99ll-;: I oWd-lMe
Xtpd 2/5. either before serviceon I T.ItKE, FL 52091118TI98JOOC' ,
the with the
Plaintiff's' : original
I "I attorneyor \
J .. ," .. .. NOTICE OFINTENTION Immediately "ITM, PARRY COU0619SO002O Clerk.of this Court either
'Ralpb Bryan Real Estate thereafter otherwise, '" '"* -' be'oieJlt' IdfDTndly rlitf
,1 :
: :' ," ,' I'.. TO REGISTER a default will beentered NOfPSCN.' AGNES J ", : ,?FYI; :)
"'1'' ;n _C"_
.C 1 89-COZ1 "" I4o
310 w. Call St. for mlditfrllyrJRh
FICTITIOUS against you
REAL : .:; ,'" NAME the release demandedin C1C6-198B-002 othelwssetP< w,
301 & Call St.
(Cor. US ) U3 J : be ../.t fed 'odaiflsT yo
the Complaint. Intormation.. itnitfrnina.tne, .
c for th6rfRli4fildelb\
964-8788 ANYTIME hand and ide
-- Pursuant to Section Witness my amount or dotcripnon at 'Ihe pro
1 i I" seal of this Court on p.", and'h.n.m.and add... In flda.CQmglgih.Snp,
January 13..1981. 'af the hold. may be obtained by (
Evenings and Sundays by appointmentRalph Brown as any pofton pottoftiing an in seal 'of 1>> ,;. JM"D f: toe a
Gilbert .
Sj, ,..,., the add..
'in property by *
P. Bryan REALTOR of the Circuit January;,1'IQ, L911P.Gllberl | .
Clerk :
Roberts .. ing on inquiry to CCRALO A '
-$. Browtr,
Joan A. LEWIS Stole Comptroller Abandoned oClerk.nof"
"ESTATE Court by: -
l Clerk, Properly Section! A IIN' fhV'HSiX{ \!! u1 i iCourt.
MINT CONDITION Inside and out on almost I acre Branson, Deputy "'
Harry B Carton '1401' Slot, b#:: .Beulah--.M
In town-3 BR 2 full baths Block home IR. Fam. mr2L Real! Estate .1 1,15 4lchg2 .5. U_*.lj ,Capitol. tollahott. Florida Moody,,'Deputy Clerk; ?

Rm. Cent. Heat/olr Almost n.w stove R... 8dirhwasher ", : 1 r,224tchg2US"Ql ; / i )

Neat 2 BR From. Cor. Lot Scr..n.d front parch 964-7828 986 N. Temple J ;c

GRAHAM RD. 2 BR-Frame on 2 acres with pecan GEORGE ROIERTS-/rok.r STARKE FLORIDA ':1; ;:'

far mobile home ASSOCIATES :
pear, fig X citrus trees room Office j
Weekends and Evenings' Call U -'-
27000. '
I ,Richard Roberts 944-5595 Ann Godwin fe4-SI5'' 964-5231 -
EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Private back yard Patsy Silcax/ 944-4379 Norman Heddlng t64.5966 FIORIIAND

Garden area 3 BR. 2 Bath Block home. Cent John R. Smith 944-4117 Jt'.a/CIS., c5a1.s F :.4ppra rat ,ll FAULKNER, III i I I REALTY :

heat/air Fam. Rm. closed garage inside utility. REFLECTIONS ON LIVING. You shouldn't miss seeing this % T .

Extra storage Bldg. 39900. exciting) 3 bedroom 2 bath "modified A-From. home. This' REAL TV G4S0GSREA Phone 944.7/00( :

HOMES STARKS38R new model features ever 1100 sq. ft. .t f living area and 393 N Temple Avenue :
MODERN BRICK HOME Just Inside City on I acre IB, Irm, garage tffxIOO' lot-Collins PI. I conies with central heat and air, fireplace carpet equipped J' '7"*" .,..,-- :

3 BR 2 Bath Fam. Rm. Fire Place Cent. Frame home on 2 lots with warehouse-Walnut St. kitchen with dishwasher and washing" machine.

Heat/air closed garage I pecan trees Can pay -21R, 15. Block. Fenced) : 425 Plnewood Dr.311,1'i Cathedral'celling In the spacious greet" room. Aboveground 221,Lafayette" St. Across from Wishbone .Small 2 badroom., frame :
and I'/.!. $49,900. Apartments 'for Rent house, needs some work
equity assume Mtg. /. Black, nice 1320 Searing St. pool U h.p. tractor and stereo system alto goes I
Frame home, 3BRIB clean t neat-Pratt St. with this hame.,A pleasure to show at SSt.SOC. Office Space For Rent large lot 90' x 210'. j

SAMPSON LAKE WATERFRONT 4 BR 2 Bath 24. x Frame home good location 2BR,2B-Park Plac. 1 ACRES. North of Priced TEXTILE OUTLET BUSINESS) 3 buildings 1 acre with aver

60 DW Mobil. Home. Cent Heat/air. Dishwasher Large frame home, Ig. yard, 5 Flrepleces-S. Water St. lowtey. at $11,500. "00' frontage on Hwy .301, Will sell without textile'. \ Ideal for hone lovers.- :

stove R... Good cond. $27,700. ..4 BR, 3B. large, screened rec. room-Searing' St. I JUST LISTED. 3 bedroom 2 bath concrete block home business 11,1, ac. with several barns, :
located within' walking distance ol to"" ". Come take a fenced; lots of fruit trees, 3

.2%. acres $$,000 5 Acres $9.000 Terms. OUT.OF-TOWN HOMES look at this one for 133.500. SILVER' LAKE 3 BR concrete blk home, beautiful yard with concrete block home. I!
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Clay High's JV Blue Devils
1'.. (}.I"" 1 outscored the Baby Tornadoes lS-lln
the second period and recorded a
1 57.29 win Tuesday night in Starke.
Baker County had topped Bradford
i 83-41 Friday night at home leavingthe .
locals with an 0-8 record heading
Into a road game with St. Augustine

Friday night.Clay I ;

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&s t 1r '+x'01' The 16-1 spread in the second period .
took the Baby Tornadoes out of this
; game they weren't manhandled in
the other three periods.
Mark Pierce hit four field goals for
? a team-leading eight points while
k Dennis Dunlap contributed seven
scores Larry Long five points and
-i-i4' Blaine Dyal three. I 1

Baker 83 BIIS JV 41 .

Baker County's JV Wildcats storm- j" -I
ed out to a 23-3 lead in the early going :
but the Baby Tornadoes played the f
visitors better than even in the middle :

periods, forcing Baker (5.2) to bring .,,'.
its first string back off the bench to
protect the comfortable advantage. I

BUS outscored the Wildcats 31-29 in .. ......-
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periods two and three combined but a
28-9 fourth quarter by the junior
Running Away the Bobcats
w varsity from Macclenny spread the
; final margin back out. Speedy point guard Janet Williams (number t:1): ) Is ahead Cory
Baker's Scoop Ruise led all scorers of the pack on this fastbreak against HuchhoU last week The other Lady Tornadoes pictured are Tracy 1IllIke'I'IoIII'
with 19 points while Sammy Marshall taking the ball all the way in for a layup in the upset \lc- (ll) and Hope Jackson ((10).
bucketed 14 points to pace BHS.. Den-
nis Dunlap canned .a dozen Blaine
Dyal 'seven and Larry Long five for

the Baby Tornadoes. BBS Girls Have Won last Five Won Last 5

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U-ltr (fruit PIC. XA) fastbreak wasn't there the Lady Tornadoes Bobcat board strength got ItiKhhnli
Mil TyiM !..>!. Dyd l-l-l. ieooe 2-,... Miinma were directed by Coach Jim- 53 shots to Bradford's 41 but the
.. .1, _.....trricktor*-0-*.OrlHIn 1.41.ftnt shots with 50 seconds left in the Thomas to take their time and
my visitors hit of
just 15 their dunces: ((28
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contest the two
,L.. were biggest they did at times over a minute to percent) while BItS was good on 18 of
Mwte. 21111424 Mrwltonl attempts In the game as the Lady Tor- find a suitable shot. BHS would its shots ((44 percent).
Dunlap Cans Two / I 5.11 nadoes nipped Eastside 22-20 in a spread the tall Bobcat zone out and

I Jayvee Tornado Dennis Dunlap drops in.a jump shot for two of his 12 points MkM/ M4i Tttalu OrW MiaM.ln -.'.,......*!...G.....0--*.MIIIM listless game in the Bradford gym. then direct it.Buchholz's. .
against Baker County. ..... 1. Dxrto I..I, Ptorai ..-.. M.r l>.fl .-..,.., "We played pretty good defense Jackson hit a three- l..HJd. 411 Mr
DiMtap .-..12. ..,t._ ...., HMMI _.. Tywi an unimpressed Coach Jimmy point play the first time she touchedthe ..dl.rd 7 3 4 .tI
Also. pictured In white is Bradford's Curtis Griffin. 0.1.0, TOTAII,141241.points Thomas said of the win, in which ball and went to all of the InXIrfn 2.1.11 M
on score
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Eastside was' limited to just eight 'Cats 10 points in the second period. J..k... 4.3.1!. W.lllxm >., rtankuionOIl 1<<\11I.D. .
. buckets on 35 shots. But Bradford But BIIS had the answer on the other ..... T.,.ll I.4..n.hchhol. .
I canned just eight of 33 attempts and end each time, as Mae Hollis hit hot .
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Smallfrv Basketball Thomas quickly added: "Offensivelywe tom on a couple of two-handers from .,.M.," I 10 II II t 41
just didn't play that well. I kind of free throw range and Williams scoredon Ouihholu ,..... II II I*41ratfordi .
expected us to be a little flat after another fastbreak. With six Ion. 09t*,_",11.11 .......10.01 H

7-10 Year Olds NtiftMl M. MMlMH. 4.C.WIII.,.. ..A.Pwtaf..,. as the Rockets tripled the scoreon winning that Buchholz game. When seconds to go Hope Jackson grabbeda Willi....h..ft....r 4 0 I.i I*II. II. H..h."M>10_It...10 1114 40 Hollll 4000
The Rockets stretched their UwHl. the Sonics last Wednesday. Donnie you play flat and you win... that's rebound and dribbled the length of
winnIng what it takes." the floor to knock in a seven-footer
buckets for the
Francis hit a couple of
string to four games and stayed in Knlcks 30-& nic88 The Tornadoes led and Bradford led
.winners.whMu Lady by seven at 18-16 at the half
first place in the younger age group of Pedro Carter poured in 18 points 11. Jatlum. ,..D. FraKto 4.M. Urn 1.MlatM. one point in the third quarter and as As Thomas said "we did what we
the Recreation basketball league. and Willis Chandler canned in a dozen ( .Ilricl' i44.P Mw*.1. Thomas said "we had a chance to wanted to do in the third period."
more as the Knicks rolled over the blow 'em out." But Eastside closed What they did was keep Jackson Lake City
Rockets Nuggets 12 Sonics Monday. Knicks Nuggets IS the gap and then grabbed the lead and from scoring a single field goal in the
Roy Shane Jackson and Scott Dun- 1 Tim Lewis hit six points in a losing Willis Chandler popped in 14 points BUS needed a Hope Jackson bucket period while outscoring Buchholz 13-5 Pins BHSMatmen
teamed for 13 of their club's cause. and Pedro Carter added 10 the
can up 17 as
with to .
left 20-all. into lead.Bradford's
110: to tie the count at push a 10-point
points in a 17-12 win Monday. Kriktn r. C. Mr 10. W.OMM W I*. Knicks outscored the Nuggets.
$.k"W. Uwl$", .. lt>*rf*.. Hankerson was fouled with 50 Jackson did
Mark Marshall Mark Marshall the losers
hit six for
points topped
seconds to go and dropped in both of another end-to-end number in the
losers. with dozen
...._,s. _.. ,. .... __0, .. ""'rpe..D. Rockets 20-Sonics Hidden a W.diwidto points.II. ,.C..tar ,It J. IOWMI .. the charity shots to give Bradford the final seconds just as in the second Lake City 53: I111S 13
,._.. Roy Shane Jackson dropped in 14 11_.M.M.11MII. ".C.WIII'--..K.II.n1.nM0 winning margin. period. Only this time the shot was
.. Jackson hit six of 13 floor shots for a from the top of the key swishing in at A strong Lake City-Columbia High
II .-.10, .. game-high 15 points with no other the horn to up the BHS lead to 31-21 team allowed the Tornadoes to win
I Bradford girl getting more than two and bring the crowd to its feet. just three matches, one of those by
OPEN HOUSE points. ". '. BITS, applied, more brake to its. forfeit, in dropping Bradford's resil,
Jackson also led BUS on the boards slowdown offense as the las period' ing record to 0-6 with a 53-13 win. last .
BIG nl..DA y. SALE Bass wit1KPt; TTZml! whn&l auDlur""""visitors". leawn2"BucnTi5ir"unu7/ the: -Thursday in Lake City. -:-" : -
pulled down seven caroms. Lorraine came out of their zone. Tracy The Tornadoes were off until a
f Bass six, and Vaunda Brown five. Hankerson drove around Tammy Wednesday, Jan. 21, match: at Mid-
Jackson for a scoop shot and a 35-24 dleburg and go to Alachua Santa PC
MastersBy BIIS girls 48 Buchholz 43 spread. with 5:54 to go and Williamshit Friday night, Jan. 23. The next home
(overtime) a foul shot for a 36-26 edge with match is Tuesday night Jan. 27,
Nell Crawford against Ocala Forest.
4:42 on the clock.
BHS showed that
= OF although 6.2 But Bradford scored only two pointsin Only Larry Saucer and Roger Jef--
Buchholz center Jackson
e Tammy ferson won on the mat last
the next four and a half minutes week
Bradford ttassmasters traveled to may stand a head taller than the opposItion while Buchholz's Jackson was con though Billy Green stayed unbeaten
the Suwannee River to have the Jan. the Lady Bobcats aren't head necting for a dozen and the Bobcats ((6-0)) at 115 with a forfeit win. Saucer
Tournament Sat. Jan. 10. and shoulders above the rest of the clawed back into the game. With the ((4-1-1)) added a major decision and
) TRACTORS & Boats were launched at Fowler's league, as 'Cats lhey,Bradford girls BUS lead whittled to 40-39 with 1:11: Jefferson won a 5-1 decision in the
outscored the 6-1 .ft overtime to
Bluff the tournament began at good left a disputed call gave Buchholz the 109-pound match.
:r YuT IMPLEMENTS daylight ended at 4 p.m. gain before{ a crowd that grewin ball out of bounds and the Lady Cats Greg Thornton stayed unbeaten
noise and number as the afternoon
Don Brown and Joe said the with JV action.
Riggs battle ran a play to Jackson for two points a pin in
river was low, fishing was pretty good wore on Thursday. that the visitors their first lead
BHS hit everything\ irt ShIM in a red- gave l.1.. .,.,........ .
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with all the north wind.
iThe Long line of affordable farm equipment is now evenmp'rp even for since early in the second period. The ..... ....
hot third period; hung'oh1 dear life '101- Jomi ((1C) r>l I. 14 Ji 'lot- JEMIMON
Wayne Hall said he left about 2pm. rallied and 'Cat center added a free throw with 19 (INS)<.... 0n.Hi I 114. CHilN(INS) wan 133
affordable Sale. You as Buchholz late to tie
during our "Big One-Day can save
., says the weather was not his seconds to go but missed the second 0. '.....(LC) "oc. J. Powell 1014! 130 a toil**((1C)
?up to 25% or more over our normally low prices. favorite kind then made the favored Bobcats the shot the one that might have clinchedit ,land McDuHI. Ii41i 134-: GIft (LCI) fin Kandolollt '.
said team that wilted in overtime. >41| 141 SAUCM(INS)d_. McDon.14 II 1: ,14*. loot.
erit HI Don eleven' boats. participated Buchholz which enter.ecLthe game and BUS had another chance. .dIM (LCI) plit ...... 1U, lit. 1"lft,. (1C( ) dxM .
i..rlH ",, in the event Jackson fouled in back ., .
ofd'5o( was court with district
At 4 p.m.. the Bassmasters returnedto a 6-1 re ; against and Hope who outscored Buchholz's D1k.., ((1C) pin S lnd.ll .... 114. w..... ((1C) pill
CHECK.THESE SPECIALS: Fowlers Bluff for the weigh-in. 5-AAA was so confident that highly regarded guard Laura Shey 22 Milliard,i7, Unl-'.l1"((1C) ....10......

"J.ONGAL&.DIISIL REG.PRICE SAVE SAU After each Bassmaster weighed his another'Cats team&&win mbed was the in store Tor-(the to six in the game, sunk both free !.*..City. JV 0.OMtt
: 1."P.,260':" '7,132 '2,2224910 catch, Jim McCrary was the winner, nadoes in Gainesville Lady last throws to knot the game at 42-all and It*. ""$$"11,. ((1C) dM. Onl' II.: IM. THOHNTON
with Don Thompson placing second. overtime was on. (INS)pin AIMIIW. 3rd period) 131-'.rt.>((1C)dK. e.C.I.
-3r32 HP31O 1 I '7,632 1U09 84923 Don Brown landed the largest bass month) that Jackson it opened the game with The extra period was all Bradford flMMI V.4)).

no40Hp360P/S, 3,471 '2.5185955 for the day. a 3'/i pounder. Tammy the bench. ,its stellar center on as Buchholz missed its first five shots.
The February tournament is set for That.tAstapped Williams drove in for the
,( 45 HP460 PIS 9,440 13.1736207 Sat. Feb. 21.Location after one period as BuS;n a&>vas firIng on the Lady Tornadoe's first 101 Percent

? 43HPS10P/S(, '10,231 '3,6990532 will be decided at the Feb. the blanks box-and-ofte over the defense BradfdW vone and trip downcourt and on the next trip Running Award :

AU..rnn.l .r:rlOO".M. Plus Many Mora BIO savings' meeting.We the visitors emoloyed l by BHS froze 1:23: off the clock before Coach Clyatt named the first winners
.. r0/11.Je ".. will miss Dale Johns in our Bass done. >..,UfE'Spe Jackson swished two free throws for a of the
Club he and his family have moved to Jasn' 46-42 margin. percent running
award, to be each week this
With Tam back in the given
Georgia. In behalf of the club we wish
SUPERIOR TRACTOR CO. Dale and his family lots of luck and game the play se.tUed'iJito a'predictable Buchholz's Jackson led all scorers season to the two wrestlers who per
happiness,.and knowing Dale he will patter .r he" Buchholz strategywas with 23 points, hitting nine of 13 from formed best in that week's 2-mile runs
locate a fishing hole. simple:i get the ball inside to the foul line while Hope Jackson can before practice.
Bass Wishes Jackson on .every available oppur- ned eight of eight from the stripe in Junior Billy Green and senior John
Neil Crawford tunity. At thei{other end Bradford's her 22-point game. Williams had nine Powell were named by Clyatt for Kist
5353 W. BEAVER ST. 781.9011 job was mor j complicated. If the and Hollis eight for BHS. week.

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New Lodge No. 35 F&AM Officers... Second row- Herbert Green, "Ket-relar; Walter II. Lee
New officer of Bradford Lodge No.:as: F&AM: are (I-r): ('hllI IIIIIII Charles Dinklns.Tler: \'rllulIl'arlllt'nh'r, Sr.
First row- Elmer K.: I.ewlllI: a I'hal; Gilbert<>, Nelson, Steward; Luther D. Haley Jr Steward.
Sr. Warden; Uewajno L. Mcltae. WUI'hhlprullall'I": : Not shown: Archie 7'unnerl'reusurer, ,
James K. Wulson. Jr. Wardt.Paulflak'r; Sr. Deacon; The new officer were Installed Dec.!>at a covered dish
Robert Mullins.: Jr..I'al'lIn.Hcunpton. dinner for guests and' families.

.:.!f ..- r -i Council Acccepts its New Water .SystemHampton's I

Concentration...! A Good Look...
Kt'1IIIlIIe lluncun looks new 'water .works has new meter reader for Hampton in terest.
TracSi ille>'ls all ('II"'IIII'ulimIU" hll'I paints the face of John hyper son of before she! sits down ..lonalliiiuKrrgUHOii. things been accepted as finally complete in a other action by the council. Newman New water lines and''a new pump
Mr. unit .\h'v, <(<'ieiprgc l.on-r.| A long line is waiting ever. being painted', WUMI'I liar unanimous vote( by the City Council in who will earn the minimum, replaces were installed in the project, under
sure about it cither.High a special meeting Tuesday, Dec. 30. Kenneth Brown, who resigned. taken after water pressure became so
After a brief discussion the council The water works was purchased low that some residents were without
agreed to send a letter of acceptanceto several by the city from water or just got a trickle during
Enrichments years ago
School Clowns Give such the
Spiritual of as
the contractor Koblar Construction former Mayor Arthur Bruno. The periods usage .
_. and Engineering Co. of town got a $91,300 loan and a$167,000 evening meal. .

.ess Clowns: ,six high schoolers from the Pasadena Tracy Smitley, Lori West, Doug Chick, Gene Young, and Gainesville, along with a payment of grant from the Farmer's Home Ad-
Annie Tomion. $9,734 as the final step toward completion ministration to install a new pump "
Presbyterian Church in St.Petersburg,pantomimed their "The office makes the man. -
way through a youth religious service at the First United The group's appearance at First Methodist was part of of the$258,400 improvement project and water lines to improve water Latin Proverb
Methodist Church in Starke last Friday, then returned the church's Faith in the Arts Program.The Gateway Girl for some 110 customers pressure, The loan is to be repaid over
Saturday morning to paint clown faces on local Scout Council assisted Saturday morning. Sherman Newman was hired as the a 40-year period at five percent In-

The Ministry of Clowning unit is different from regular 111
clowning because Christ Clowns are sharing their faith in U.S.D.A. CHOICE U.S.D.A.: CHOICE
Jesus Christ and witnessing to the truth of the gospel. The
clowns went through pantomime and skits.
The Good Clowns take part in the morning worship ser- WESTERN WESTERN
vice at Pasadena Presbyterian Church then go to nursing
homes, church and family night dinners and wherever BEEF (C BEEF
llicy are asked lo perform. ,
Each: of I the clowns has created a face which tries to
reflect who they are in Jesus.
II Is ministry to spread joy truth, and spiritual value.
Kathy Moore is youth director of the group. Andrea
Sanders is clown director.The clowns are Greg Campbell


. Collectors Day., To Be Held Jan. 25 ... !

The second annual Collector's Day free to the public. For additional In-
will be held Sunday,Jan. 25,from 1:30( formation, call the Museum at PREMIUM GRADE
to 4:30( p.m. at the Florida State 3921721.
Museum on the University of Florida The Museum is located at the cor- FRESH CUT CUTU.S.D.A. UP
campus in Gainesville: ner of Museum Road and Newell _
Collections of all kinds, by Drive on the University of Florida
amateurs and professionals, will be campus. 2-BREAST 2-BACKS
on display, from dolls to precious
gems and minerals.
Dr Mark Barrow will display his IIUD Grant SoughtTo 2-THIGHS GIBLETS FRYER S '
collection of old Gainesville
postcards, and Dr. Ray Giron will Improve Lawtey 2-WINGS 2.DRUMSTICKS LB.
show his collection of Civil War and Drainage and StreetsAn ....\i:,.."""* .'
Seminole Indian War Items Including application for a half million "
uniforms and weapons. dollar grant to pave streets and Improve -
Attendance at Collectors Day is drainage in the East part of CHOICE I U.S.D.A.
Lawtey has been filed with the U.S. IB8
4-II Club Tree Sale Department of Housing and Urban
Development. .n
Yep! It's that time again. The Engineer Ralph Eng, consulting ROUNDSTEAK
Green Acres 4-II( Club of Bradford engineer for the Lawtey city commis-
County will have a tree sale on Jan. 23 sion, briefed the council on the application LB. STEAKS
and 24.The at the Dec. 1 meeting. The LB.
sale on Friday, Jan. 23 will be application has been filed by Eng's
at the Community State Bank from 1- firm Sverdrup & Parcels and
6 p.m, If we have any trees left (we Associates, Inc. of Gainesville, Eng
sold out before 6 last year) we will said.
again be in the area of the Community The project is in a waiting period U.S.D.A. CHOICE. U.S.D.A. CHOICESIRLOIN
State Bank from 9:30: a.m. til 3:00: with an 'answer expected around
p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 24. Christmas, Eng told the council on '
Packets of six trees will sell for $1 Dec. 1.Eligible. 29
per packet. Profits from the sale will only for use in the low in- SHOULDERROAST 89 j .
be used for projects to benefit the come areas east of the railroad tracks
community and support 4-H'ers. with incomes ranging from $6,750 to '
There were a number of people that $10,800the( application filed is for a >=
waited until Saturday to buy their Community Development Block lB.STEAKS
trees last year. They were disap- Grant through HUD. U ; ;:
pointed since we sold out in just two Target area will encompass about lB. !
hours of sales on Friday. Don't be 113 residences on the East side of .
disappointed come early. Lawtey. Streets involved are
Make plans to add beauty and valueto Southeast 2nd, 3rd 4th, and 5th U.S.D.A. CHOICE U.S.D.A. :
your property ,as well as support Streets,Jones Lane.-Brown Lane,and CHOICE
your local 4-H.( PLANT A TREE I Lee Lane.


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return it's Mmivonoho !knows! all about GRADE' CENTER CUT '
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return prior to the audit interview, Its:! FRYER PORKCHOPS i79. .
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the B 'VPPLEMENTTO.R.nFORDCOVNTYTELEGRA:- \ eaaD/1ND:' :; The Lake Region The Union County

section January 22,1981Section BI w- g' .. ; TIMES

I State hivestigators to Did Y Into Johnny Fort Story I IA


special 4-man task force of Fallon of Gainesville, Wiley Clark of by Florida Times-Union reporter{ torney, Shon Saxon of the Starke law everybody would like it to be." Whit- Ralph Ha ben about the matter,"
special investigators from the state Starke and Keith Adams of Union Marjorie Anders which appeared In firm of Wolbert and Saxon, last weekin worth declined to comment on the in- Whitworth said. "I guess you could
attorney's office of the 8th Judicial County all investigators with the the Times-Union on New Year's Day. Tallahassee. terview with Fort. say the" ball's In his court at this
Circuit began work Monday, Jan. 19! state attorney's office. That story preceded by 10 days a Jan, The state attorney told the media Whitworth indicated he plans no action point.
to ferret out fact from fiction to The quartet began checking into 11 program on'CBS' magazine new; the task force will work on the case against state Rep. Arnett In addition to investigating the Fort
allegations made by self-confessed records and interviewing officers at program "60 Minutes" \ exclusively until a report is prepared. Girardeau, D-Jacksonville, and other allegations, Whitworth plans a proposal (
prison enforcer Johnny Fort. Union Correctional Institution where Fort has claimed responsibility for Whitworth pointed out that no resolu- members of the House Corrections for a task force of prosecutors
Johnny Yarborough, chief investigator Fort claims to have beaten about two the December, 1979 unsolved murde tion of the controversial case is expected Committee. Whitworth has publicly assigned. solely to the district's prison
for the office of State At- dozen Inmates at the direction of of inmate Vertis Graham,whom Fort. in the near future. complained that the committee system.Whitworth
torney Eugene Whitworth, will head prison officials. says he attacked at the order of a cor-. "It's going to be a protracted members concealed Fort's story from indicated he is planning
the fact-finding team. Other Allegations of brutality were first rectional officer. thing," Whitworth said. "It's not going his office."I to meet with Bradford County Sheriff
members of the task force are Dave brought to light in a copyrighted story Whitworth met with Fort and his at- to be over near as quickly as spoke to Speaker of the HouseDarlene Dolph Reddish and Union County
Sheriff John Whitehead to coordinatea
special team of assistant state attorneys -
I Dream Girl Pageant Has 17 Entries So Far "" =- --:?___ J5; .. i: 0>>= -=r ....---,=, 4ii I and investigators who would Whit-
concentrate on prison cases.

......." ,,, ., ., .... ,....... ..."" Contact Mrs. Norman Rt.2, Box 2705;, worth pointed out this would provide
Seventeen young ladies and more complete prosecution prison
or phone 964-8049! or phone Mrs. Joan'Carter and leave those counties'
gentlemen have signed up for the 1981 matters
Dream Girl/Boy Pageant set Jan. 31 r'! fl. .. at 964-5165 or 782-3577 after 5p.m. regular assistant state attorneys free
at the National Guard Armory at 720 fl.: : be to pursue more local prosecution.
Edwards Road in Starke. Applications may picked up atNorman's Whitworth stated the team would
Entry deadline has been extended Produce or the Bradford. have to be comprised of additional
three days to Jan. 23,,with entries : ,j : '; :'V: County Telegraph. staff funded through a supplemental
} Divisions in the Dream
coming in faster with the deadline .. .:\" ," .. Age Girl budget increase.
nearing. New entries this week are: : Pageant are: .a. "It's an idea I'd like to present to
Tiny Dream Boy, ages 3-6. "
the Legislature fairly soon, Whit
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worth said.

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Sharon Griffia Jason demons THEATREStarke
Ages 11-15: cit..J) i
w Sharon Griffis,IS,daughter of Clif- 964-5451
sf ton and Lanette Griffis of Starke. ,
t Sponsor is Florida Bank at Starke. Fri., Sat.&Sun.
c4 Rosie Darmenia. 12, daughter of ;\
Mrs. Betty Darmenia of Lawtey. : .
Sponsor is Trail Restaurant. 4"1 I 4\\. "

Darlene Norman, 12. daughter of' : 1 ..M
Marcus and Joy Norman of Starke. WILDERNESS
Kandi Gruenwald
,Mandy Garlington I .Tiny Dream Girl; ages 36. __ FAMILY
i Little Miss Dream Girl, ages 7-10. :
i Junior Miss Dream Girl, ages' ; ; &T

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r .'f.'f" ,' :. .,.. ". 301 DRIVE IN
./j 't' ; Rosie Darmenia fienene DormineyTallSt. I
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'!,I "t.j..." .td : ... I [ (.) iill@/ Yi rniIDii] (!) r..Ci 964-5890 I The Boogey Man

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Laila Alivandi
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Sponsor Wendy's Restaurant,. J" I .
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Tiffany. Daugherty. Ages Genene 16-211 Dorminey, 18, daughter of Tosha Grace ]$ Jelly Rolls I I
Mr. and Mrs. James 'Wallace Dor 89C Bloody
Ages 3-6: miney Sr. of Hampton. Sponsor is Miss Dream Girl, ages 16-21. Mary
Jason Clemens, 3, son of Mr. and J.W Dorminey. Talent Winner, open to anyone.A I (Assorted Fillings) j
Mrs. Jimmy Clemons. Sponsor is Sponsor of the pageant this year is $25 entry fee is required. Con- C.-J RatedRgI.a
Roy's Grocery &: Market. the Kiwanis Club. Mrs. Debra Nor testants may have a sponsor or pay .-.c -_t...-.c.-.c N I4IIII fl--DC t.-.c 4IIII CI4IIII
Tosha Suzanne Grace, daughterof man is pageant coordinator. Assis- the entry fee themselves. Sponsors
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grace of tant Director is Bill Wilson. names will, be announced at the 1 a
Lake Geneva. Sponsor is Hinson's Entries are being accepted Jan. 23 pageant.
Service Center..
Laila Alivandi, 4M, daughter of ? FREE SPAGHEITI
Abdul Alivandi of Starke. Sponsor is I 4 1 :a :
Register Oil Co. Hodges on BoardOf ,4lt

daughter Tiffany of Michelle Mr. and Daugherty Mrs. Donald, 3, Buy One Regular Dinner-Get One FREE

Daugherty Sponsor is Eckerd Drugsof Guidance Clinic t GOLD..fir SILVER WANTED With This Coupon Eat In or Carry Out

Mandy Starke.. Garlington, daughter of At your local, licensed exchange, paying 6: Offer Good Thru r i : f fr

Linda and Jim Garlington of Clay Bradford County CommissionerE.W. top dollar now for:. class rings, sterling silver, } Jan. 28, 1981 .. 3j.2-

Starke.County. Sponsor is Western Steer of Hodges, Jr. has been appointedby silver coins, dental gold, all gold ,& silver ''
the commjssion as a member of tauta\\
the Board of Directors of the Jewelry 'lOkt, I4kt, I8kt. 22kt gold, and : c 1''t l.L \\eS
7-10: l
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic i rri
Kandi Michelle Gruenwald, 7, replacing former CommissionerHazel anything ofsimilarvafue. \ Fimdy Only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Paulk on the clinic board.
Gruenwald of Keystone Heights. Members of the board of directorsof
Sponsor is the Gruenwald Family., the clinic are appointed by the Starke cold & Silver Exchange 301 S. Starke 964.6877

county commission with five Permanently Located Next To ,1Npt
members from Bradford County and Plggly Wiggly Grocery '
LCI Officer Rescues five Paulk members retired from from Union the county 10-sM f,KM sat 404 W. Madison Starke Fl. 964.822 .....................................1..........................

mission in November and did not seeka TINY PIZZA 99c Anyfime'

Baby From Fire new term.

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An alert correctional officer helpeda .
mother and her three, children
escape from a burning house near the lire
Chapel at Lawtey Correctional In-
stitution at 2:20 a.m. Sunday, Jan 11. ConCerned Citizens Correctional Officers
according to LCI Assistant for Inc.
Superintendent Ham Mathis.
Mathis explained officer David Cor-
nett, employed 2'a' years at LCI, was .
on perimeter security in a mobile van '.
and noticed that a building next to the ,
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in flames and smoke ., Totally .c
prison was was
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Mathis I'J\J .4 .
according to '
radioed the control room that he was ;. -.
leaving his post to investigate the fire.

Lawtey the prison Volunteer fire.Fire department Departmentand were .t,. :':; Defend

called Mathis to the told fire.this paper Cornett ;'Su ort: .UPhOld and

noticed a car parked in front of the .
house and attempted to wake the oc
cupants. Two minutes later, records
show Cornett heard some crying In .
the house. He next went to the front .. '

door when Hunter to and the Mathis and was front two about, came of door her to out children opened kick of the the,door house.Penny according In- Col.- D';i E Jac son Lt. M.W. ( BUZZ) Snyder

Cornett sent Hunter back in the houseto
rescue her baby. i
Records show the house was a total ", '
loss. No one was injured. -. Their Families'

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.. NonprofitNonunion
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John Madison Randolph
grandson of Thomas Jefferson -

.born in. was the the White first.House baby. Ad paid For By_CCCO. inc. Sylvia Underhill, Treas.r .

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I I I News Brie .....: i 1 BY JUDGE YAWN. "((1\'IJ. .' .. .. l.f.t .rpi: ,.J'I '. rlV. W! }:qP"id ,(!' ",.' .,.i.. "r','ft..j.'V', .'f', ,.' .It I'

Jury Selection System in Bradford 'Cited ::...r
Trucks Collide Inmate Gets Off "

While PassingA On TechnicalityBecause Chief Justice'Theron A. Yawn Jr. cases in 1979. or hand delivery. The response has the state's population with savings up
Starke man was arrested for driv correctional officers werenot t of the 8th Judicial Circuit recentlytold "I've heard remarks by businesspeople been about the same as with the two to$1,000 per month in larger counties.
ing while his license was suspendedand classified as law enforcement officers the state Senate Civil Committee called as jurors, who said if I more costly methods, according to "We are demonstrating not only
leaving (the scene of an accident until Oct. 1, charges of battery at a hearing in Tallahassee that an ex- ran my business the war you run the Judge Yawn cost savings, but Improved juror attitudes -
with property damage after his truck of a law enforcement officer last April perimental program in his six-county courts, I'd be bankrupt: Judge Yawn ," said Pete Cotroneo, project
was involved with another truck in an 26 have been removed from a Union circuit has cut the average cost of im said Prospective jurors are, given slide director.
accident one mile west of Starke on Correctional Institution inmate.On panelling a jury by about half. He testified at the committee hear- presentations to help them unders-
CR-16 at NW 25th Avenue, at 1 p.m. a motion by defense attorney Figures released by Gilbert S. ing that he had no idea how much tand the court system and their role in Conn pointed out he will seek about
Saturday Jan. 17. Richard Fultz an assistant public (Gib) Brown, Clerk of the Court in time and money was being wasted in it. $73,000 from the Legislature to con-
Purvis Edward Grlffis 58, of defender, cited the technicality, Clrtuft Bradford County, show the overall jury selection until a. jury- call number tinue the program, Including the pur-
Starke.was not injured but damage to Judge Wayne M. Carlisle granted cost of jury duty over the past two management program was initiatedby Jurors can a telephone device to inform chase of more telephoneansweringmachines
the 1964 Ford truck he was drivingwas Fultz' motion to dismiss the charges. years amounts to 3118449.! In 1979 the state with a federalgrant.Yawn connected to a recorded for another two
estimated at$150. UCI inmate Malcolm Flowers was the cost was $17,147.89 with the 1980 stated that the major innova- them whether their scheduled: Federal funding will run out later years.this
William Carlton Coltrane, 21, of charged with battery of a law enforce- cost going down to 1403660. tion of the program was to select appearance has been postponed or .
ment A tried 1980 jurors as they have been selected last cancelled The old method was for year. ,
Starke was injured but damage to the officer Correctional Officer new system was during
1970 Dodge truck he was driving was V.L. Ket, last April 26. in Bradford County by bringing jurorsin year in Bradford County, for all trialsIn court officials to( call each prospective
estimated at $400. Flowers was schedule to go to trialon on the first day of jury trials and a particular week on the first day of juror individually. The'Senate committee took no action -
Both trucks were westbound on the charge Monday in Lake Butler, picking the jurors for each case that that week. The prospective jurors but indicated it would continue
CR-16 The Dodge was passing the but Judged Carlisle ordered the inmate was to be tried that week of the trials. who are selected then come back on Another person to testify before the monitoring the jury program. It also
Ford. The Ford started to make a left to be found not guilty. Jurors in Florida are paid $10 a day the day of their trial and the othersare Senate committee was State Court told staffers to get together with in-
turn and ran into the right side of the Assistant State Attorney Jay Gon- plus mileage to the courthouse from excused. Administrator Don Conn, who said terested parties and make recom-
Dodge, according to the Florida tarek said the state failed to adequately their home. Yawn pointed out this was the one- the telephone answering program is mendations on.state funding of the
Highway Patrol. prove Ket was a law enforce The system that was tried in Bradford day, one-trial concept.The being used in other circuits total of court system in February.
Trooper W.M. Abrams cited Griff ment officers at the time of the inci- County required the jurors to old system according to Judge 30( counties containing 75 percent of

on the driving while license suspended dent. Ket was not injured just shoved report for jury selection and on the Yawn, which is still used in most of .-----:..--- ---
and leaving the scene of the accident around according to court records. day of the trial. If they were not the state, calls for prospective jurors; -------ttlll Ort ----lOltl-
charges. selected for a jury case, they were excused often as many as 100 at a time, who
CO Disrupts Meeting for the balance of that week's aren't selected on Monday to keep
Charged with BatteryA cases. In past years the jurors were coming back every day until they are '
Unemployed Man required to report each day with either selected for duty or excused at REWARD
correctional officer who juries not selected until a case came the end of the week. .
Arrested for BurglaryA disrupted a union meeting with pro- up for trial. Yawn stated each juror is paid$10( a. .
Starke man was arrested on a fane and abusive language is charged New Union County Clerk of the day for each court appearance .
charge of burglary of a residence in with battery of Lt. Beryl Nettles the Court Marjorie Cason released whether or not selected for a jury.
the city at 310A West Call Street at speaker.Lt. figures for 1979 on jury cases amoun- Yawn pointed out $10 may not sound $3,000 reward for information leading to
6:10: a.m. Saturday,Jan. 17. Nettles discontinued his address ting to 755180. In 1980 the Union like much but when multiplied by 100 the arrest
Patrolmen Eston G. Mosher and and left the Raiford Community County figures amounted to 977820. or so jurors it can mount up. and conviction of person or per-
Asa Sharp arrested Gregory Allen the Center third where he has been talking to In Union County up to 1981, felony With the experimental system usedin sons responsible for setting fire to
Day 29,of Starke an unemployed bus shift of Florida State Prison cases were only tried every other Bradford County last year, six or propertY -
driver with the Alachua correctional officers about the month. seven jurors show Instead owned
County up every day by Gilman Paper Co. Route 15
School System on the burglary organizational structure and benefitsof In Bradford County under the new of 100. ,
charge after a neighbor spotted a the Police Benevolent Association system, cost of jury service went Other features of the experimental BOX 126, Maxville Fl. 32234. Call 289-7519 or
man fitting the description of Day according to the Union County down in 1980 despite a caseload in- program includes: 289-7520
burglarizing Veronica Williams' Sheriff's Department. The group included crease of 436 felony cases as com- Jury duty summons are sent by or 964-86S2.
apartment, according to the Starke After males and females. pared to an increase of 262 felony regular mail instead of certified mail lttlflOltt ttit1--lltOltOlltAtlt ---
Police Department.Day beginning to speak Lt. Nettleswas
was charged in addition to continuously interrupted by Correctional

sion burglary of marijuana with misdemeanor and paraphernalia.He posses-. Barrett Officer was booked William into Barrett.the Union Cartons STORE- rllEAGL EI_ On sale Thursday,
County Jail in Lake Butler where he .
was arraigned before Bradford I Kings & 10O's 8" ea
County Judge Elzie S. Sanders who posted a $500 bond and was released.Thoni.s Packs feS' plus taxNational Friday & Saturday!

ordered Day held without bond for 10 Station
days for Parole and Probation office
of the Department of Corrections. Held Up AgainTwo
Police records show Day was paroled
black males held the
from Union Correctional Institutionlast up atten-
brand sale !
September. dant at Thoni's Service Station on
US-301( three miles north of Starke at
12:18: a.m. Tuesday, Jan 20, accor-
ding to the Bradford County Sheriff's
Van Hit in Rear

While StoppedA Department.The robbers tied station attendant Price cuts that fight inflation! Save up to 48 %

car and van were involved in a Raymond Fair, 52, of Lawtey to his
chair, put a hood over his head, and
rear end mishap on CR-16 30 feet West
of Church Street Starke at 4:27: p.m. escaped with an undetermined Name brands! CIC 100% COTTON '
amount of cash -
Friday, Jan. 16. ,according to a report SPORT SHOTS ,
Bobby Lee Hiers, 32, of Orange filed by Deputy Sheriff Samuel H.
to 48%
Park, was not injured but damage to save up 6.94
The men entered the service station
the 1979 Buick car he was driving was WERE&M
estimated from the north side of the building and
at 3000.
Long w.w.hlA.l
Jerold Lee Crockrell, 22, of Starke, asked Fair if he had a gas can. He did In fuMonnd wild. So ,
was not injured but damage to the not.Then 9f 811pMkrp,, detailed nEwAi iE
two button
*) nap
of the .tl
one men pulled a pistolon
1978 Ford Van he
was driving was pocktt*. 8 .
the attendant while the other "
estimated man
at $200.
The van was'stopped for another put a coat around Fair, told him not to 1 EarO I
unknown vehicle. The car struck the move, tied him to his chair, and placea
van in the rear, according to the hood over his head, according to dwr.rzr
Starke Police Department.No Deputy Eunice.A + vStuN to ( y
charges were filed by Capt. W.S. witness Randy Higginbotham I s/ l
Rhoden, who investigated the I phoned the Sheriff's Departmentafter .
mishap. : the pair fled according to the
report at the sheriffs office.
2 Teens Arrested Guardsman BurnedAt

For Night HuntingTwo Local ArmorySFC t
Starke teenagers were arrested Clarence R. (Rudolph) Hut- L-j 1 Dry or Oily, WAS AS'...:...,....:,...;:;...........,.1.29 FAMOUS MAKER + + MI-WASHED FAMOUS MAKER
for possession and display of 4 cheson was seriously burned Saturday CREST TOOTHPASTE 6.4 Oz. Regular SHIRTS AND JEANS. JEANS FASHION
light and gun at night for taking deer 4: Jan. 10, while- at National Guard or Mint WAS MVHLImlt( 2)).........................1.09 WESTERN STYLED! MEN'S DENIM BLAZER WITH FULLER FOR MEN CUT
by the Florida Game and Freshwater I Drill. QUAKM: STATE ANTI-PERSPIRANT 4 Oz. '
Game Commission at Sampson Cityat The accident occured while Hut- 10WM MOTOR OIL 99SECRET or Unscwntod WAS .. .1.39 YOUR
19-20( : Wednesday, Jan. 14. 4 cheson was attempting to help OUAT.WU tills- T2ER 36'.. CHOICE 7 88 14 88
Officer p.m.Jim Poncier arrested Adam !several of his men start a truck by Foil FASTEETH Wrapped. WAS iAf............................1.19 U ':.I ,

Keith Rosier, 19, and Ralph Edward I pouring gasoline into the carburetor.The HUDSON t-PLV C POWDER 3.5 DENTURE Oz.. WAS ADHESIVE AW....................,.1.69 VALUES 14.00 WERE.J0.e8. 210 VALUE .ll: _
Griffis, 13 on the charges after engine backfired, setting the can TOILET TISUE. GILLETTE GOOD NEWS DISPOSAL Pay/colton.Nnanq.wRWth. ) Top RMk.. Mua dartm Mytod Cotton/poly dsnlm hi Wastarnstylo .... :
receiving a complaint from L.J. Kite, 4 of gasoline on fire which was spilled I PAK.WASS/ RAZOR 3 Pack WAS 3/T70..................2/88 2.nlm cheit j ani with 2h70to w.1.6 ft ord sing tor casual* br_waar..... Unlined.......'..IU and.. inching.with 4 24.pockcti M, and fancy .. "r*.
C onto Hutcheson. ;
Jr., who according to Poncier hearda I
shot. Ponder stated the incident Seeing him burning, SGT Joey
took place between Kite's house and I Dampier, SSG Horace Gann, SGT Super prices! save up fo2.05ON. f f 4 ,!.<'I' q[
that of his father L.J. Kite Sr. I Butch Prevatt, SGT Ronnie J n'iH
Poncier reported the pair was arrested 1 Whitehead, and SP4 Robert Hill triedto .1',1
in violation of state statute I: put out Hutcheson by smothering 1 p '.' hit I Ir
372.99 which prohibits hunting of deer, I the flames with field jackets. He was 5S wtf + w
turkey or any hunting at night in or I finally extinguished by SP4 George
out of season. C Cruce: with a fire extinguisher.
Rosier and Griffis were booked at Hutcheson was initially taken to the t
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and were released to appear in Brad- uently transferred to the Naval Air :" .
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\ I Justices Won't Overturn Death Sentences, Cite Unjust Criticism by LawyersIn I

.a unanimous refused vote the Florida The court pointed out it waa unjustly was made on how to proceed.One the Florida Legislature or to the people the opinion said.
Supreme Court information that
the death to overturn criticized by lawyers and news possibility would be to file a of Florida, but attempts to pervert In most cases the material dealt they judicial
sentences of the of their
123 Death Row media when all it did was fulfill its duty direct appeal to the U.S. Supreme judicial: processes or to castigate the with prisoners other than the one performance"
inmates pointing out the justices did to carry out the law relating to Court. judiciary benefit no one in the resolu- whose sentence was being reviewed, tasks.
the nothing off-the-record wrong when information they looked at capital punishment."It The state's highest court criticizedthe tion of this societal debate," the opinion in order to provide a comparison, the Jacobson of pointed those filing out the the petitionwas court'scriticism
while seems to us both unwarrantedand joining of 123 inmates In one said. Court said. .
considering The the cases. unseemly to vilify those who habeas corpus petition, but said it 5 The Court pointed out its inspec- "A remaining question is whetherthe unfortunate and disappointing.He the
the state's stated the Court
dissolve highest endeavor to follow the Constitution," would dispose of all the cases at once tion of material not available to the reading of non-record documents was treating
court stays of execution the Court said. "We are, after all, the to avoid absurd technicalities.The defense, such as psychiatric evaluations would so affect members of this court case as an effort to abolish capital
previously granted Carl Ray Songer messengers and not the message." opinion was unanimous but made after conviction, had no that they could not properly perform punishment rather than to raise a
who killed
River a state trooper at Crystal Samuel S. Jacobson; one of the attorneys Justice Joseph Boyd concurred only improper effect on its decisions.The their assigned appellate functions" valid legal point. anti-
eight years ago, and Lenson for inmates involved in the in the result; he did not agree with all consideration of such materialis the Court said. "Plainly, it would not. "This isn't any knee- erk'
Hargrave, who murdered a conve- case, stated he was sure there wouldbe of the language.In proper in reviewing a sentence Just as trial judges are aware of matters capital punishment thing Jackson
nience store clerk In Miami In 1974 further legal action but the opinion handing down the decision the although it would not be for a lower they do not consider in sentencing said. "A lot of" responsible lawyers

during Both an had attempted been scheduled robbery. would have to be studied by all of the Court replied strongly to its critics, court that was Imposing the sentence, so appellate judges are cognizant joined the suit.
to die in lawyers involved before decision saying it wanted to put the case in a
Florida's Electric Chair
at Florida
rational than has
more perspective
State Prison last October but received been done by the defense lawyers and
stays of execution pending outcome of Earl W. Smith the media.
news Sen. Skinner
Wants New District
to the Congressional
appeals Florida
Court. Supreme Earl W. Smith, 66, of Lake Butler, "Views on the subject of the death
Gov. Bob Graham's office had died Monday night, Jan 19, in the VA penalty can always be addressed to I
'' rants comment would on be when death war- Hospital Lake City after an extended For North Fla. in Upcoming ReapportionmentState

Born in Chowan County, North Willie E. "Buck" Ilhoden

Carolina in the Navy, Mr.was Smith a veteran served of 27 WWII.years Willie E. "Buck" Rhoden, 80, of Senator Pete Skinner, D-Lake some would be picked up in the 2nd Alachua and Leon together" Skinner
ObituariesTommy He moved to Lake Butler in 1961, Hampton, died Tuesday, Jan. 15, at City, has let it be known that he is in District. said.
where he was employed with the his home following a brief illness. favor of creating a new congressional The 3rd District, Nassau County Skinner pointed out Fuqua has donea
Born and raised in Bradford Coun- district for North Florida. northern half of Duval County good active
Florida State Prison for 12 and the job as an representative
W. McLendon before he retired. He was a memberof years ty, Mr. Rhoden was self-employed as That decision will be made this spr- will shift northward even more "But I think he could use some
Tommy Wayne McLendon, 34, died the F&AM Lodge in Key West, a caretaker and was a member of ing when the Legislature decides according to Skinner. The southern help too," Skinner said.
in Starke Wednesday, Jan. 14. Florida and a member of the First Gadara Baptist Church of Keystone which areas will get four additional half of Duval County is represented Herb Wadsworth, a spokesman for
Born in Gainesville, Aug. 25, 1946, United Methodist Church of Lake Heights. members of the U.S. House of by Rep. Bill Chappell, D-Ocala, as Fuqua, told the media Fuqua is aware
Mr. McLendon attended Bradford Butler. Survivors include: one brother, Representatives starting in 1983. Bas part of the 4th District. that he will lose sorre constitents with
County Schools and for the past few Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. S.M. Rhoden El Paso, Tex.; four ed on the increase in Florida's popula Skinner pointed out with the addi- redistricting. Wadsworth stated
years had lived in Tallahassee wherehe Virginia Carlson Smith, Lake Butler; nephews, Leroy Rhoden, Harold tion the new districts will be selectedat tion of some of the old 1st District, the preliminary figures from the census
operated a commercial his mother, Mrs. Sally L. Smith, Rhoden, Marels Rhoden, all of Hampton the 60-day session which begins in 2nd District will have to shift to the indicate the district will gain 35,0(10)
photography business. He was a Edenton N.C.; two daughters Mrs. Arthur Rhoden, Palatka; five April. west. With that shift and the shifting people from the 1st District, but will
veteran of the Viet Nam War, serving Barbara St. Clair, Houston, Texas nieces, Mrs. Thelma McAdams, Mrs. Early predictions had the four seats the 3rd to the north and the 4th to the then have to lose 85,000 constituents in
in the U.S. Air Force and was a and Mrs. Ginger Ward, Lake Butler; Janey Powell, both of Hampton Mrs. going to the heavily populated areasof south, a big hole is opened up, according the east to come in under the 512,000
member of the Starke First Baptist two sons Curtiss Mecusker, Houston Alma Chapman,Palatka,Mrs.Wilma South and Southwest Florida. Sen to Skinner. One that Skinner
Church. Texas and David Mecusker, Trenton Stover and Mrs. Marilyn Harring, Skinner doesn't accept that idea. maintains could be the new district. cap."We personally would rather see a
Survivors include: his parents Fla.; three sisters Mrs. Louise both of Keystone Heights; and a host "I'm just saying that is not going to "My contention is that you could new seat created in North Florida"
R.P. and Frances H. McLendon, Balaton, Norfolk, Va.. Mrs. Elizabeth of great nephews and nieces. be the case if I have anything to say easily find 512,000 people up here," Wadsworth said. But he pointed out
Starke; one brother, James N. Echols, Virginia Bekach, Va., and Funeral services were conducted' at about it," Skinner said. Skinner said.Skinner he is not as sure of that possibility as
McLendon, Blowing Rock, N.C. Mrs. Lena Harrel, Edenton, N.C.; 2:30: p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17, at the Skinner was recently appointed ma- pointed out the new district Skinner seems to be. Redistricting is
Funeral services were held at 3:00 and nine grandchildren. Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral jority leader in the Senate and will might include all or part of Alachua not just a function or computers and
P.M. Friday, Jan. 16, in the Chapel of Funeral services will be held Thurs- Home in Starke, with Rev. Leamon play leading role in the reapportionment County. He added Alachua and Leon maps, according to Wadsworth, who
DeWitt C, Jones Funeral Home, with day (today), Jan. 22, at 2:00: pm. in Ward officiating. Burial was in Hope effort. As majority leader, Sen. Counties, which means the state's two added politics play role, too.
"> r Bi 'on1 pastor, of the the First United Methodist Church Cemetery with Archie Tanner Skinner will be able to attend main universities Florida State and "In deference to Mr. Skinner there Interment with Rev. Daniel Parrish officiating. Funeral Home. of Starke in charge of meetings of all Senate committees, University of Florida are are a great number of other
was in Crosby Lake Burial will follow in Dekle Cemetery arrangements.Mrs. including the Reapportionment Com represented by one congressman.But legislators who are trying to carve
Cemetery with the DeWitt C. Jones under the direction of Archer Funeral mittee which is scheduled. to begin with the proposed redistricting, seats out for themselves,"
Funeral Home in charge of ar- Home of Lake Butler. work this summer. "I don't see how you could keep Wadsworth said.
rangements.Wm Anna Griffis Dees The Legislature will begin takingup

Mrs. Anna C. Griffis Dees, 80, of the question of reapportionmentthis
.P.Kandall.Sr.,80 Harold II. Bradley Raiford, died Wednesday night, Jan. year in time for the' next state and FmHA Inspector Pleads Guilty To Conflictsentence II

William P. Randall, Sr., 86,of Tam Harold H. Bradley 61, of Jacksonville 14, in Orange Park after an extended federal election. -
pa died Saturday, Jan. 17, in died Jan. 13 at 1 a.m. in St. Vin- illness. Much of the new district Skinner en-
Charlotte, N.C. visiting his daughterand cent's Hospital after a sudden illness. Born in Bradford County, Mrs. visions would come out of the current A former Raiford resident plead is handed down. No date has
son-in-law,Drs.Norman and Lou Born in Hilliard, Fl. Mr. Bradleywas Dees had lived in the Raiford Com- 23-county 2nd Congressional Districtnow guilty Friday,Jan. 16,in federal court been set for sentencing.
Randall Owensby. a disabled veteran of WWII, and munity all of her life. She was a held by Don Fuqua, D-Aitha and Jacksonville to one count of conflict of
The body was returned to Tampafor had lived in Jacksonville until the member of Pine Grove Congrega- Gainesville. Counties represented. in interest in his job inspecting homes Tedder could be fined $10,000
church funeral services Jan. 20. time of his death. He was of the Bap-- tional Methodist Church. that district include Bradford, Union, for the Farmer's Home Administra- and/or sentenced up to two years in
tist Faith. Alachua, Baker, Levy, Gilchrist, Col federal prison. Federal court records
After the service Mr. Randall was Survivors include: her husband,
brought to Starke to be buried in the Survivors include: his wife, Jane John H. Dees, Lawtey; two umbia, Dixie, Lafayette, Suwannee, tion.William Tedder, now living in show the U.S. Government. droppedthe
the Alvarez family plot in Crosby Bradley; one son, Jimmie H. daughters Mrs. Aline Rosier, Hamilton, Taylor, Madison, Jefferson Gainesville, was indicted several remaining eight counts.A
Lake Cemetery. Bradley; one grandson, Jeffrey, 4, Palatka and Mildred Dees, Jackson- Wakulla, Leon, Franklin, Liberty months ago by a federal grand jury on
Survivors attending the services at Birmingham, Ala.; two brothers, ville; one son, Richard Dees,Lawtey; Gadsden Calhoun, Jackson, and a eight counts of conflict of interest and Federal'Court docket shows a
Crosby Lake Cemetery Tuesday,Jan. Clyde Bradley, Starke and James six grandchildren and four great .portion of Holmes County. one count of making a false statement former Raiford resident is slated to
Skinner indicated that district is the his to eight counts of a
20, included Mrs. Aileen Alvarez Ran- Bradley, Jacksonville; two sisters, grandchildren. change plea
dall, his widow; William P. Randall, Willie Mae Taylor, Kissimmee, and Funeral services were held Saturday largest east of the Mississippi River Tedder was charged with Inspec- federal indictment in Federal Court
Jr. and'wife Sheila, from Charlotte, Lorine. Stuckey. Palatka. Jan. 17, at 1:00: p.m. in Pine and will shift westward because of increased ting eight homes in Clay County in Friday, Jan. 16.
N.C. and the Owensby Bill Graham, Funeral services were held Thurs- Grove Congregational Methodist population in the Panhandle 1975 that were built by a business
nephew; Flip Graham and Gilda day, Jan. 15 at 12:30: p.m. in the Church with Rev. Mae White and area. partner. He was also charged with filing Tedder was supposed to have goneon
Graham Spenglerlaidse.reralgrandchildren' I -: ', chapel'of-Giddens-Griffilh Fun ra.lIQroe \ Rev. Ben Coleman officiating. Burial :Skinner pointed out, that'congres- in 1977 an inspection report for a trial Jan. 12 following his indict
fijt. .oJ.-'_, AM .-'.',. ; JackgorivfIle.Jntermeiit: was followed in Pine Grove Cemetery Avith sional districts are.redraw a t tC uncludeM; m home in Bradford County that was ment two months ago by a,federal
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: / ;T 4.& '\ ; atJacksonvilleMemor; ):, .Gardens- Archer(<'unerall-lome of Lake Butler no more than 512,000 people. never Inspected.The Grand Jury.
Orange Park. in charge. The eastern border of the First federal court ordered a pre-
Richard M. Keys District now held by Rep. Earl Hutto sentence investigation before a

Richard M. Keys, 62, of Hampton, D-Panama City in the Panhandle, will 1..1.1. ... .. ...... . . ..,...... ........... ...
died in the VA Hospital in Gainesville shift further west because of growthin
Saturday, Jan. 17. Card of Thanks Panama-City and Pensacola. Gulf

Born in Randolph County, Indiana, Bay and Washington Counties now Announcing Openingof
form the eastern edge of District 1 but
Feb. 7. Mr. to Friends
1917 Keys .moved We the Herbert Hawkins family, Dear :
Hampton over 25 years ago from first give thanks to God that we are The family of Tommy Wayne
Lynn, Indiana. He was a retired alive and able to give thanks to McLendon wish everyone to know .
carpenter, an Army,veteran of WWII that was so quick and that our departed son and brother wasa
and was a member of the Hampton generous everyone in responding to our need in good and gentle man and we thank Styles by Martha
Volunteer Fire Department. a time of trouble we encountered the you in his name and ours for your kind
Survivors include his wife Jane V. of love flowers food and
: early morning on Dec. 23, 1980. when expressions ,
Keys, Winchester, Indiana; his the house where we lived and sympathy and say to you as we say to
mother Hazel R. Keys. Winchester, everything therein was destroyed by him: Peace at last in God the Father. Memo To A Martha Lewis,
Indiana; four sons, Phillips, Donald fire. -The McLendons
Ricky and Tim Keys, all of Winchester '1 I Businessperson Owner/Operator

Ind.; one daughter, Patsy We pray that the Lord will ever ,
Stewart, Clarksville, Tenn.; one bless you wherever you are and We want to thank everyone for their : UiiiPcim
Ii> sister, Alice. Boni, Hartford City, whatever you do. many acts of kindness shown duringour I
'If' Ind.; and three grandchildren. Again I say, many, many thanks to recent bereavement, the passing PRECISION PERMINGS'tSTEMDe&ianer Off SR 18 Brooker
Funeral services were held at 2:30 you, I wish I could include names, but of husband, father and grandfather.Our .
p.m.. Wednesday Jan. 21, in the of thanks for
there are so many that I know, and expression prayers
Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral there are those that I don't know, our food, flowers and kind messages of Ediffbn !M

Home, with Rev. James Starling of- thanks to you are very much ap- comfort. ...... .................... ..........................
ficiating. Burial was in the family plotin preciated.We Thanks to the First Christian
Prevatt Cemetery. are now In another house as a Church and the Sunday School Class, ,
family group. the Archer Funeral Home of Lake *Haircuts *Perma *Styles Color
Butler for services, and the Bradford I
Erich F...NuernbergerErich County Hospital, nurses and doctors. .. . . . . . . . . .
F. Nuernberger 90, died in
These will always be treasured for '
the University Hospital in Jackson- years to come. I Men Women & Children
ville Jan. 17.
Saturday, ,
The John E. Shelmar family .
Born in Germany, Sept. 18, 1890,Mr. YOU get more sales and
Nuernberger had lived at Kingsley -- -- -- -

. Lake for many years, moving to profits when use
Jacksonville 8 years ago. He was Mon. & Evening
retired from the Fla. Stale Improve- RUBBER STAMPS
ment Commission, and was also a Classified Ads
8:30 S By Appt. Only 1
retired grocery.op rator. He was a 1i
Jacksonville.member of the Berea Baptist Church, Made-to"Order call 1f i

Survivors include: two sons, Ray 964-6205 spps ss.sI1essspassssssps 5usi upIspssSssIesstucI sup. f
Nuernberger, Jacksonville and Notary Seals *IO Badges Magnetic Signs ":' j
Robert Nuernberger, East Aurora I
N.Y.; two daughters, Mrs. Alice
Underhill, East Aurora, N.Y., and X-Stamper Door & Desk Name Plates The Bradford-Union Area vocational Center
Mrs. Maria D'vorak Hialeah.FIa.; I
and fifteen grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services were
held at 2:00: p.m. Monday, Jan. 19, in OFFICE SHOP 'Offers classes In vocational and adult education. The center has classes that meet during t

Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Rev. the day Monday Friday from 8:30 am 3:15 pm. The center Is also open from 6:00: 10:00: pm
Joe Williams officiating. DeWitt C. 110 W. Call St StarKe' Ra 964-6764 Monday Thursday. i
Jones Funeral Home of Starke was in ..
charge of the services.
Classes that are offered during the day are: i

Mrs. Bertie Mae Forsyth IsULAT1 H 1i:i,

Mrs. Bertie Mae Forsyth, 68, diedat Air cond. & Refrig. Mech. Data Processing Masonry t:
the residence of her daughter southof Auto Mechanics Drafting Math -'
Waldo Sunday morning, following a
lingering illness. SAVE THAT ENERGY Bookkeeping Electronic Technology. Sewing 'I-. .

Born in Bradford County, July 22, Business Machines English Shorthand :!
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1912 Mrs. Forsyth lived in Raifordmost ( ,. Carpentry Heavy Equipment Mechanics Truck & Bus Mechanics ::
of her life and moved to live
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with her daughter four years ago.She Commercial vehicle Driving Heavy Equipment Operation Typing :

was the widow of Seeber K. Forsythand h cosmetology Horticulture welding =;

Baptist was Church a member, Raiford.of the Johnstown. .,-.... High School Review\ (GED) Learning Lab (IMTS) "' y,

Survivors include; her' two sons, : III. ,
Cecil K. Forsyth. Lake City ,and Classes that are offered at night are: I i':.' I .
Jaems Ray Forsyth Lake Butler ,
three daughters;. Carol Johns, Lake Far'm
Butler, Lillie Mae Ruis, Orlando and HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE Adult Basic Education cooperative 0 Sewing
Annette Johns; Gainesville; and ten FIBERGLAS BATTS FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR Air Condo & Refrig. Mech. General Shop (Woodworking) Truck & BUS MeChanics. 3

I grandchildren. FREE ESTIMATES INSULATION'GLACL Bookkeeping High school ReviewParliamentary Typing .
Funeral services werre held at Y GIVEN NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
,; 11:00: A.M Wednesday;Jan.'Zl: in the SEEOUITAOAT QUALITY INSTALLATION English Procedure welding
Johnstown Baptist Church neal'Haiford "lNSUlATiON, CORTRACTQRS' Radio & TV service \
with Rev; C>F. Durrance of- SAVE I SAVE c:0;

plot Brown Interment Cemetery was in near the family Sampson ON- HEATING I[ 964-6956 I ON COOLING To register or request further information please call 964-6150 or come by the Bradford- $

Lake. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral DEAN ,CASSELS I INSULATION Q: Union Area vocational-Technical&: Center at 609 North Orange Street, Starke Fl. '
Home of Starke. was. In charge of arrangements STARKF '

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I Want Ads have a larger circulation than any other area newSDdDer FOR SALE cabinets R.modolingwork, .and, kitchen. trim. ,
-- -- - -- -' - - -- - .- ,-- -- - "ftcorp.nt.r.
''' ; # : I Reasonableprices.
Did'' you know theclasuHad Ingle distribution of any port of Cloy County? 'That'* moke this comment. : For Ex keeping'up; ; with 'i local household for 4 to 7 days TWO ACRES near SR-100 .Call Ed Dempsey .

odi you or. now newspaper covering Bradford right w* circulate 'ov.r .... paper with local new, ., event. This provides our advertiser near Keystone Height 4732477. tfnchg 13/4
looking at, have the 'largest Union and the south '9,000 paper weekly. Of sports, plus. local advertising ,. / on opportunity to $300 down, $66.84 p.r ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS

th...) 9,000 We v.ry well may have a which provide. our Surveys have shown thatIt have their ad work for them. month. Phon. 473.4058 or Closed meeting Monday.

I CARS CARS 2.600 are moiled directly to classified ad from a reader reader for an opportunity while to' Is not unusual for a local for a much long.r period of '473-4367 after 6 p.m. p.m. Open meetings. Fri
hop .
TRUCKSItTT TRUCKS individual household in Worthington Spring who weekly pap.r to stay 1 In the time. 1fnc.hIJIII day 8 p.m.Alonon Monday
through subscriptions. hot .om.thing'somson. ,In 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7

FIAT I24i Standard 174 CAMAROi AT PS. PB Metros I. ntertd| (n. financed 10 Height, owner In p.m. All/ meeting In

Irantmlsilon 2-door. II Interested AC, extra clan with We feel that our classified/ Thu. Buyer meet teller/ anda Keystone Area Ads' terest. Lot on percent clear sand Educational Building Community *

contact Community buck.t .att.. $2995.00. ads or. super buy. Th.r. transaction occur. bottomed lake, priced to Church tfnchg I/I

Stat. Bank of Stark Adams Auto Sali, Hwy. or. several reaon that w. sell from 9900. On. to PRESSURE CLEANING PAINt.

9647830. 12/11 tfn. 100 Kyton Hgt. Plus we off.r a weekly .live acre overlooking lake TING and wallpapering.
193 'ALCON.2-door. Good 4732187. Itchg 1/22 CARS & Phon. 4732477.: tfnchg
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condition. $600 or best offer 197' DATSUN 710 Station TRUCKS19SJ _-n WANTEDCASH FOR RENT nice tree. from $3,500 12/4

Call 964.8612 of tar 9 Wagon, Air, 4-speed, n.w CLASSIFIED AD $500 down' $50 a month. PLUMBING REPAIRS-Lorry

p.m. 12/18 tfn. flri, extra clan $2695. Deadline for Insertion FOR GOLD terllng, 1 BR FURNISHED lake, cot.. Commercial 'frontage-. Teague Plumbing.
'U MUSTANGS 302 Adams Auto Soles, Hwy. THUNDCRBIRD--good TUESDAY NOON jewelry diamond., coin. tag. $225 per month MISCELLANEOUS3INGOAMERICAN Investment opportunity.SR 4751513. tlnchg 5/21
automatic. V.ry good con 100 Keystone Hgt. condition original preceding Thursday before Will visit your home KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY N. Own.r-sal.sman. CARPENTRY AND MASONRY
If Interested
dition. $1100. 964-5747. 473-2187. 1/22 Itchg port phone' publication.. anywh.r. 3765235. Mr. REALTOR LEGION 4734375. tfnchg 1/1 WOEK-build patio

1/22 Itpd. '77 PLYMOUTH ARROW 473-2210 or 4732976. Minimum charge' $2.50. Rittman. Phone collect 473-4961 I HALL. SR-21, Sat. 7 p.m., AKC DOBIRMANS-Top fireplace, addition.,

'.1 MUSTANG 6 cyl 4.cyl, AT, AC, $3295. tfnchg 1/22 (Coven:15 Words). tfnchg 1/1 tfnchg I1BUILDER'S Sunday 2-3 p.m. Public Invited quality only. You or. Invited remodeling home and
Sol.. 1954 FORD PICKUP289auto WI BUY used furnltur., tile work. Free estimate .
automatic .ngln. and Adam. Auto Hwy. Each word 15UlOcentt appliances HOUSf t 3BR 2BA, tfnchg2/5/81 to visit our kennels.
drive train. ov.r
transmlMion good. Body 100 Keylton. Hgt. Mustang and aluminum 1400 sq. ft., W/W carp.t, GARAGE SALES Living room 473-1228.. Phon. 473-4473 during
poor. $250. 9645747. 1/22 4732187.122 ItchgIt76 $400 or best offer.' truck toppers. Phon. CH/A, fully equipped kit. suite, two .nd tal. .. and) WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN day. tfnchg 1/1 .'
Itpd. DODGE VOIARC 6 cyl.. 4733970. 1 tchg 1/22 Not"responsible for errors 473-4321. tfnchg 10/16 chen. Half acre lot, 'lake coffee/ tobl. Two antique tfnchg 124ALUMINUM NO MORE RAZORS and

171 VW Good condition, AT. PS, PB, AC, $2395. 19SO FORD PICK-UP--283 wh.n given ov.r the phon. CHILD CARET N..d responsible ace... $295 month bedroom suites. Custom CAMPER TOP tweezer. electrofy--! .

good tires, n.w battry Adam. Auto Sal., Hwy. auto Ch.vy drive train. or when copy Is not typed person to care for my 376-0392 days 377-9829 mad. harvest tab!. over 9 with windows for SB'Dot- IIn.xp.n.iv... Hair

5950.9645381. 1/22 Itchg. 100 K.y.ton. Hgt. $350 or offer. 473.3970. and brought to the off ic.. two children age. 5 and 3. night.. tfnchg 1181WATERFRONT f..t long. Two .nd chair sun or Toyota P.U. $50 removed permanently by a

4732187.122 Itchg Itchg 1/22 'Ia At my home or you,.. LAKEBROOKLYNcompletely and .benche with high 475-2377 after S I tchg registered Elactrologlst.
Hours vary. Salary backs. Chain aw. Lawnmower 1/22 Call for free demonstra

MOBILE HOME negotiable. Phon. furnihed .1i.cutiv..141. and yard tool. and ADMIRAL REFRIGERATOR tion. Amy's Electrolysis,

475-2094. 2tpd 1/15-22 cI.ncy. See to appreciate. mist Saturday Jon. 24, 26 cubic feet, whit. New 490 Lawrence Blvd.' ,
INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Fill LlMEROCK ROOMMATI WANTED 4732720. 3tchq (1/22-2/5 9304. Paradise Ridge oH condition. Three door with Key.ton 473-7033. tfnchg

Three bedroom house on 1BR FURNISHED COTTAGE P.can St. Follow signs. icemaker. $390. Phon. 1/8
Lak. Brooklyn. Phon. 1/22 BABYSITTING IN MY HOMEKeystone ..
Lak. Swan. $200 per Itchg
POLICIESAT on. 473-4354 after 6 p.m. and
DOZER WORK 473.2638.2tchg 1/15.22 month. 4732241. 4tchg: on Saturday. Itchg 1/22 area eveningsand

1/22-2/12 IQSTFOUNDFOUND ONE CARAT weekends. 473-2139.

REASONABLE. RATESOUn's I Septic Tank InstallationsCALL RING, Marquise DIAMOND setting, 4tchg 1/22-2/12 ..
- -
'REPO Black cat, Persian. valued at $2,400. Asking j

Mobile S1,000'down. 1979 doublewlde repo, 3 Phon...73-22..1. Itchg 1/22 $1.20O. 473-3954. 2tchg HuntleyRedfearn'a

Home QUOTES SalesFREE : CRRDIN BROS BR 2 bath, delivered and setup. See It BCT JERSEY 1/22-29 MILK COW-4-years- ..
atOlhi'Mobile old. $.00. Phone 6592183.
Phone 964-5606 S RV FOES :
984-6750 TRUCK TOPPERS $1tf, IN- 2tpd 122.29HOMES ..
Elaine M. Olin Agent Homes sales "
STALLEDI Ha full 'vision 473-4340 :
fnrhg Steve Cardin: Owner !964-5606 Hwy 100 West St3lK, Fl.52091 door and opening side wln FOR SALE
Keystone Heights 7f1 or
dow.. One warranty.
Keystone Club Estates 473-4252
Bealey Bargain,
4734521. tfnchg I/I 11''*% Interest. 2 C 3 BR Of
Repairs Major
SIDEBYSIDEREFRIGERATORfrir models. Ready to move In
6 weeks call Electric AppliancesServing
the home

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE $325; Sear portabl.dryer arranger Bob Harris Bradford 1 Clay
473-3133. 1/8 Counties
$150. Both very n.w. 31chg 1/22. _

Upright fr..z.r, $140.I Lawrencx llvd-: Keystone .
Beasley Bargain, 5
4734521. Itchg 1/22 t5:\:

with spindle backed
at home. 'W.b.t.r.America' REAL ESTATE :-:
chair, .upholstered seats, foremost dictionary '
red pin. $350. Beasley needs AGENCY > 'JREA1

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN Bargains, 4734521. llcrtg home workers>>company to update Ph. 732.OS77 :;:

1/22/ local mailing list. All OFFERS: '4;
MAPLE DESK. $55; antique
rocker $35, whit. leather og.. ,experience Call un- 3/2 w. IS acr... Providence: : i

and chrome living room nceary. 1590. 3,1'.i Lake Butler. ':
17168455670. Ext
CLASSIFIED SECTION. suite, $100. Beasley' 4/1' near Raiford. :

Bargains, 4734521. Itchg 3 2 w pool ft ocreog :i.;
1/22 LADY TO DO HOUSEKEEP. 3 I' CHA Reduced. : :

ING. On. or two day per 3 2 Lak. view :

wek In Melrose or.a.R.l.r.nces 3. I brick owner financed. {:

Shop The Sun's Classified section BOATS Phone anytime: required.4751190. Acreage service 5-10.80.320 ocr.s.Notary : :_":

ttchg 1/22.29

hp V.hull. .Vinyl top and aAlterHoursa i

every day for great shopping values. many d.lux. accessories. PERSONAL 'John Langlard. Jr. i

Just like n.wl! Call SERVICES R..ltot'A..aclal. :

Gainesville 3763619. TEN 474-3114 i


Union .CountyAds

SALES REPSmmv .. .
P.r-Ilm.. wCaM tt. -o
Boofckeeplne Experience rewired Oood pay'P> .qnN no .._,. c. ....,.....'11.1*. .. ... .
required Not .n SO. aubscrlptloiMr "')0..; ; .. .""" 'S.,
C.IKI- 4. .374O771FARTTIME rales-JOB ovioe ncI ,,_ 37_. Qi >rjiiii ebt .n joie.o."ey'.crlotion> >K3e. .a.ei not ., _......_or._"""" ......__ L___ = :.. ': :: ; .: ,... TYPIST. tar Fhyslclen's '- PART own TIME hoursl PLUMBER'SefHvyour Must; have own 1 SANDWICH MAKE ft-Grill.. Cook. .: : ur: PERSONAL to' S'dosed p:nrti: "';Weofneidayt;; FOR YOLI. ,:,, 1
office. Experience _.. Apply PhllMlc'sVistaurant Thursday and Friday '
Not an aeencv' *uMcrlptlon :
Cell Lucy, 371.0.11. SERVICES ESTATE
rates JOBOUIDg, 374-estM
':> Nophone cells. 8:30: a.rn. till noon. See .
Your own Koursl, Must ...v.own e.perlnc' r AM S, PART-TIME TYPIST our 1/2 price table' of ::
Com'Mode.., transcrlblne for Fhv'lclan's CUSTOM
tools. Not en agency, 5uD.erIDp..t. hour "ix/bl.. pas,.-ua office. Experience required MADE elected gift, item : =?:
tloo rates JO.OUIOB. 374 Mas experience' helpful Call Chrl..t ORAPERIBStFreeestimate Acreage
Cell L. cV.317.5515. FIREWOOD FOR SALEi $35 a
NEED!! !! Survey Party Crew to *. local .Commercial .'_.4
trucklood for oak
AUDITOR HECEPTIONIST. .enlovabl' pick-up :
chain' ut level' rod permenenfemolavnMnt.
Not Experience required, Good pay Only experiencedoeraonnol Bookkeeolna position tor good :lItv. distributor for completely $40 a pick-up truckload for Call :.3
an aoency subscription r.Cell JOB ACTION.I
rates JOB GUIDE 374M05 J. Miller.wilt 373-336 b for consideredR ._,. Call Knowledge batwt... *required a 5. 376O7717f h 375-2300, 1204 NW i3tn 5 t..1. washable nationally pin.. Tree service and yard Vne>ra Brawn %:;..:
Fee-neqotlabl, *term advertised Gard..". werk. Call Thomas Nettles Reoltor-Attaclete :,:

Draperies. S&W Enter e-373B anytime. TFN
r 496-3022 i 3
prices Ed or loma 1/15.

Stephen 496-2219. 1978 CHEVROLET PICKUP Tiffin and Owen, Inc. :;Sj:

5/if 80TFN. S3.000 negotlobl. Phon. Realtors ;:'

I "- lero Maverick 4 cylinder new AUOI FOX: Excellent!! condaXCELLENT BUVI 171 Valiant. 4463229, Itchg 1/22. Riverfront A River acces.. ,:<=:y:t
tire*. good running) car 1700 or flon. 4-aoeed, .Ir/"'..'. sun roof rpuatlam, 4 door power INSURANCEMAINES
beat offer Tim. days: 37a-2377 FM/Canene See to ateerlne/prafcet. air *?71O neootlaOle. lot. ....;
a,.2W'372-6507."H.! preelefe. .269 IrTsWKitudenf. 3Vt,tm/375-324O FOR RENT Hameslte lots :r..

'70 MAVERICK' In orMI running '77 AUDI IOOLS. miles, leTO PONTIAC / : INSURANCE AGENCY Meat Processing Plant' :r C4
condition. m.nv new parts, will excellent condition, Good on sus. power ateerlne/brefcet.AOd. 160 S. Lake -
Av. lake ;'
sacrifice for MO. Cell. anytime AM-FM a, cetsette stereo New condition 1100trm.. 373.2VOS 'I Hog Perm ", .- ,'it- ,
otter 4 a,__.471.2917. r_." .Xiao. 37.37eO. Sfudenf1to : after. Student.iea Butler. 4963978. Complete. TOBACCO ACREAGE IN Different shed? ? '

'71 FORO MAVERICK. body AUDI 5 OO. new condition, Plymouth Champ Hatctibeck Insurance Service TFN UNION COUNTY Writ.: 6 let In avnlra: :
rough Run well wlm many new SOOO miles. AM.fM cassette.automatic. 4 mead. AM/FM stereo, Dewitt Knight, Box 505. acre rph '
a, rMxjIII pert First offer *30g air, cruise. ,...000. air conditioned, steel belted radl- 30650 Mobile home & 3/a'cr.: .
377-40U SludtnfEXCELLENT ,, Madison Georgia or
or parts Ash 377 ilSeevee For details ali 350 perfect condition. FOR SALE
40. Cell evee. S-IO, 4M-134O call 404-342-2199 after 6 In town

2 19.door Cadillac, D'.nc.Coupe DeVllle ooc..:.... 172 FORO condlflon MONT.EOO Power Weoon.exctllent air, ., '7*CORVETTE. white BUY, red Interior 1973 SILVER MARK IV LincolnContlnentel p.m 3tchg 1/8 I/IS 1/22. 2* acre-lovely homeslte
AM/FM .r.o. eru'... wire smell :M2 engine, uses regular, fully loadad. low Fullv loaded, many OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP. and farmland"
wheel. landau roof low mile- 0.'. (1200 371-3637 or 177442.fudent m........ showroom condition. extras. In good shape. st34S: orbest PLIES. GIFTSSee Union
..... Like/ new condition 37*. 7S!* S 173-O024 or J73n offer 3)'er t. StudentIBR.Ieroe tin
County Times op.n Monday .

and Tuvsday 8:30: a.m.

Starke Ads _' : I

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!JI'"ovleADOWS OFFICE<< ZONED Building with l/' 'wtllflM Bound Intermission Pro. t
un Pool./ Vi?' ?'*. SR bath highway frontage on J3rd .I.c.. central* with WANTED''' gram Bradford-Union "
nSS&vf rg. porCh ." *v*. AsaumeWe IOH. 336,500.OocM on Leke Santa
yard 461. Owner/Brolier 356tom.manm.. References CaliaSneT, Assoc. for Retarded :' :

12540 2 .,.. .. apartment, pool, TV AC NURSING HOME needs full Citizens Responsible for
141 b."... '"rn. TOWNHOUSe QUADS In Sera- .R. "'. *5'".< front end j
acre wa.h, Drive Ndrvar,.Metro., I lug., h.d, I iota Manor alder construction, bask tafC porch d In ,storepe and carport utilities included. Totally tint LPN or RN nurse for teaching children and :,_. ]
$235'mp. W if
L.f.3100...mape,472009 eves." Incluaea. ev owner.belconle 373.4500 Malntenencefree _... Hr L.k.Santa' .... _per n.7.manth. furnished. Weekly, monthly 4-12 shift. Call. 964.622O. parent in child development .

2 SR 12 X 40.uflMnlehed escapt 2 DUPLEXES FOR SALE IN SE 2 *... I BATH, kitchen egulppd rate*. TEMPLE MOTEL 10r9 tncha skill., Infant stlmula- f J
for RICO yard, ..... 880 N. Temple Av*., 3
Located n..r u H. _.
Ceti. .... let '..1" S1OO .
If no FULLY ejeNTEO -' Leak Stark. Phon. .'
answer keep'r.'no.' 1-3177.. 153._. Cell 3T7-5I03 .14 NW 3lst Place. l7 -li5l....?. OPERATORS needed. Ex- Requirement: high school : ;'

I &S SR. pu alter L..... A 12.50 2 ex air, furn, cant Zola NW 11ST .... .. 9/20 TFchg. parltnced In' factory Industrial graduate, I yr experience "
ALAMAR Air, end, ta.Wn, :9 5."-. ....'sieo/ma )Jx9 a Br. den love, refrl*.. carpet"drape.. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE sewing. Fulltime In human service work. ;
GAROEN 373.4344 fum, air awnlne* pool, tennis colr.l, swat air. >y than HOME PARK mobile home.
-osw 40 hour week Do not prefer some coll.g., early \
BV OWNER 20th Ay. 23O/mo.. l f. rtantaoe, no last.lemplfafiter : Cell 37s.o. app
Llka new on 3 ER large 2 bath home withgaraee 3 SR. 143 ...". tullv hNn/PNA. NO_'.. 37-oe3 :230| SE 11 St. 4 BR. a Bam and paces. for rent. Phon., ly unless you work 40 child development train' 3

beautiful, High Sprlnvs wooded..lot..._In. fIr COlldlllo.d. near c......... .*)ANO NEW a .*. furnUKed.central pletelv r_...... New 468-2912. TFchg hours. Apply) In person.. Ing must have) car !
312.7,10 i < .....434-loos eves. Plr.t n.trClo"I' 5200/man/h. heet/elr, w.'or.l sewer.tame.. laundry hook up. oat. .HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng Slorke Uniform 441 East mileage paid. Salary 1
and Larg loS
"-"72. eerbae Included. S2u: montn.S Me pets' S335/M* 1st
313.32$ 'last security. cell 37- 4eORTHOFBOIC room, TV and .Air, Brownlee Str..t. 12/11 $6968. Resume to P.O. Box j

Underwood Motel. 3 mile tfnchg. ,, 509. Stark. FL 32091. C
North of, Starke on Hwy CAREER OPPORTUNITY 964-7699 Bob Tarim. 1/22 :

301. 10/9 tnchg Leading life and health 'Insurance tfnchg.
CUUIGAN fully automatic Interviewing FIREFIGHTER' Crash fire {
company now ,
; water ,conditioner, $3.75 for outside, rescue .experience re- \

L per mo. Installation extra sales and collection position. quiredMutt be \

limlt.d offer. 9647638. Excellent income -mechanically Inclined. a

.. .. fool flbero- COFFEE TABLE, .JO Arflflclelflreplece ..,,. MATTRBSS tfnchg 10/23. potential. No experience Rotating shift a poislbillfy. 1
wlm nice mantle SET purchased far West roomS
fierdware. SJ5CHI Call late afternoon before (:30 never used. Floral print, full ONE BEDROOM HOUSE In neceisary If you or. will. Excellent benefits. Apply ;
376-Sue pm,_::1431. sl., .. 'HO llrim 37* 0457GREEN town. $135.00, first and Ing to work and meet people Monday thru Thursday 1.3 3

C zenith CASV .137. older LIKE NEW brown vinyl reclln- PORTABLE' SEWINO Machine last month In advance $SOdeposit. call 964.7914 between p.m. or by appointment. }
TV. preen er SJ and twin bed wltrt m.'- W"". ST7>]70. 2S cams .stretch THREE BEDROOM
commode S13. blgt itt single.pore- tres cover.5S position needle. '110. 8 a.m. and 9 a.m., Monday AERO Corporation Lak. \
lain lavatory SI4 ltGRINOINO > 375113.'I'I. il
HOUSE: Fireplace' Lit/den,
thru 1/1 Lake S
SOFA SLEEPER. single brown Friday.. 4tchg Airport City Fla. .
Unit'Lortone Model BUNK BEOS maple. workshop or gust hou....
." fwead material-good condition. SET OF 122. Equal Opportunity -j 3
Men Fro a diamond
Call 4- ltefter 4 '
S100 175-70M 0171. '
saw all accessories 400 or 45 lak. access; Crystal lake SECRETARY POSITIONOPEN Employer M/F Handicap5

f best offer.l>e.J7 after* aovs e.o OOM: teak beds SLIGHTLY USED Simmons Hom..It... $275.00 per : Typing required.. ped. Itchg 122.EMPLOYMENT 3
extra firm double mattress end
JUKE BOX and Pinball Machin bookcase plus teak desk end month. $173.00 security
box springs. SIM 3>7O74WATBRBEO. Must b. neat and dependable NEEDED full-/
excellent condition SiOOjMeoja
*: Total 1250. Both In Good chair ;
... Condition Call after S. : Klne Sited, Includes deposit 964-5200 days or with previous |lob time., Apply in parson
AKei' "S: CMAFVX 5"0. 371 'ei). ; ; ;. ;
964.7187. 1/8 tfn.
ft liner.IOO
ONc.1.d.. extended bats ___ BKANO MEW Twin or full site _Cell::111:5116: afIN torn. references. For appointment Bryan' Ace Hardware |
response). es new. UM.: consider 'CARPET REMNANTS roam bedframee, Sll Queen SI_. SIS, FURNISHED DUPLEX Three call
smaller speakers, castelfe deck: SIZE' '..t Price, new load lust ar. Kino alt.. s:n. United Furniture. PENOkR swirl r0y rpv Tad wily and bath Some 1/8 Keystone Hgts., Fl. 122'i
turntable or ? in trade 3/S.ta v 1""n'tr/n9/.llow _,v.. 101' laot E.Only.Av... 373-741 .far a. Ic, 1750 Jalde/. room tfn. Itchg.
3970990 St 3767555. utilities furnished. Private RN LPN I O* SUPERVISOR GOOD PAY working from S_

yard' and entrance. No licensed nursing perianxel home, processing mall for \
children or pets Ph. needed Immediately. us. No experience re- \

9645464. 1/15 rin. Enjoy( nursing In a quiet Port G' full time. ,- -I
LARGE ROOMY APT.adults. rK .p>llal. Contact Director Start Immediately. For Irv tfermatlon

Need more information? ,- T: .r': no pet. Apply at 405 N. .of Nursing UGH, 496-2323. and application, ,
Church St. 1/22 ,
: tfnchg 1/1S 1/22. send I
2tchg tamped, .."
Interested in classified? It IN THSRESSAl 3BR |BA SECRETARY IRICEI"TIONIST. addressed
placing a K( house I Irv Theresta. All envelope to: 2
Must Colfox
typ.5060 wpm; have Pvfallcotlen. Box
Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-817O d .ttIIIPUI UIt electric. $15000 mo.Phone plus general ollke knowledge: 1133. Newberry Fl 32669.I

: t .IOO.OO' ,IDI.y'calculatort'( ; work, 1(22 6lchg 226.classified.
rf ,
;533-m 1/22 Itpd 'experience preferred.
x p.f POM LEASES Restaurant with Send I
..r'l' resume to
small bat for '.0... Under- .
'ft'. SECRETARY, ".OJ. DRAWERA. Deadline
'wood Motel',, 'Hwy 301, Stork.; Fla. 33091, 1/15 Tuesday

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Classified PERSONAL KEENS Tall SUROEONi STALLEDI Has full vision SCHOOL BOARD of Starke. Sterling. Paying top
y" I Deadline: Trimming removal. 14 yrs. door and opening side win. Flo. will have a public sale market price Betty's
.F: Tuesday SERVICES experience. Have 95 ft. dow. One year warranty.B.o.l.y C. auction Sat., Jan. 24. Books, Keystone Hgts. Call
Noon'* bucket. Free estimates NO JOKE Earn good moneyat Bargains. 1981, beginning at 9 a.m. 473.4370. 1/22: 4tpd 2/12. rev,
Yfl', .. I f. IllSAW SHOPi Compl.t..hllrp.nlnlil Phon. 782.3733.9/2Stnchl home. Full or part time. the
tfnchg 12/11. at Operations Center
WE BUY GOLD. Cash the Writ. AERO Commerce.Inc. 473-432)) WORK WANTED Hard working .
lervlce, _cir on 519 N. St. Starfce, I
tutor, hand carbide. Williams Jewelry ., P.O. BOM 467, Lak.Butl.r BULLSt Two registered pure.bred. Orange laborer will work In rt ille Car
e' One-Angus, One Flo.School vehicles, equip'merit
chain mower blade hollow 100 E. Call St. ,964-7064., Flo. 32054. 1/15 Starke area. Call 37B-4026
h' Gaskins. furniture and
.t gets results ground and bolonc.d. 10/16 tfnchg.. 4tchg 2/5. 9648356.Hereford. 12/18 James tfn. materials will be sold ot after 5:30: pm. 1/8 3tpd> 1 (!
Leave CASH FOR COlOi iterllng, 1/22. REALTY
) at Jackson Building
0)' PAPER SHELL PECANS:.80 auction. 1/8 3tchg 1/22.
coins. A-Z Pawn SOMEONE TO CARPOOLi to
Supply In Stark., Shop. 144W.
Keystone .
YARD SALE cents lb. Vernon Red. GRAIN FED FORKS Buy direct
Advertise. In' theG.asslfied Heights or Lake Butler. Call St. Phone 964-B348. dish. 9646530. tIn 11/27 from the farm and save. Gainesville with. For ....
\ Sectiontr TFchg 11/13 tfnchg. IBM U.S. CENSUS of New 85* lb., cut and wrapped details call 4732508. 1 Itchg .C"t l PHONE 964-7776
+ River County Florida weight.
0): I MOUSt ed. Free estimates. Horv 10:00: a.m.,. Baby items, which Included the present 7823635. 1/15 3tpd 1/29. TERWILIEGAR 205 N. Temple. Starke
I'' 'Dan'1 Forgeto Phone 964-5148 1 or 9647619. dyMan 964-8559. clothes, etc. 804 Lafayette 'day counties of Bradford DINING ROOM TABLE' 8 LOST/FOUND LstA. ION ,
.Deadline For TFchg TFpd. 681.TYPEWRITER. St., corner of Lafayette and Baker and Union. 67 chairs-6 straight and 2 THE HOMfFKONT
.," Classifieds Is REMODELING, BUILOINO. REPAIRS Call Westmoreland. I tpd .1/32. Indexed by Sur. captain Teakwood Star
12 noon Tuesday REPAIRS N.w kitchens, the Office Shop> 110 W. GARAGI SALIi 4 families, pages. 81/2 by 11. Soft Burst design table LOSTi Wide gold wedding We are in the right environment at the right price) We
baths Call St., Stark., for details, name. bond with diamonds In the friendly people In Bradford and Union Counties and
.,. family rooms. Brick Friday and Saturday and Back cover. Price $800 5'6"-5'7". 964-6751. Itpd or .
HMHBMMMMI block. 9645764. tin.STARKE vicinity of the Woman'sClub We have a good business climate lots
concrete. Flr.plac..p.clall.h. Sunday. 10 S In building Postpaid. Mary C Parker, 1/22. Keystone Heights.
LAND Grlffl. Con GOLD t SILVER IX. behind Tackle Box. Itpd 7633 King Royss Road. BY OWNER In Wlmauma. or Post Office. of sunshine and a substantially lower cost of living.

,(, :FOR SALELOT struction. Phon. 473-2106 CHANGE. Your full time 1/22. Jacksonville Flo 32210.: Fla., near Tampa, 2 BR REWARD, 9645712. Itpd _-_. -- -- --
or 473-2578. TFchg licensed dealer Is buying 5 I/15 2tpd 122.: home on 2V4\ acres w/frult 1/22. 100' on Indian Beach Lake Santa Fe with home, guest
SEWING MACHINES class ring., wedding ASSUME PAYMENTS $5" trees. Will sell for cash or cottage, workshop, dock, boathouses. This prettiest part
41$'* 300 facing SRI6E. IMPAIRED All makes bands, silver coins, etc. FOR SALE RCA color TV, walnut console trade for Bradford County MISCELLANEOUSFREE of the lake. Owner will consider financing.Our .
cleared and ready for cleaned, oiled and adlusted. Next to Pfggly Wiggly under warranty pay property. Call 964-5619 for .

bjjlldlng on.. Approximately $15. Work 464-8225.1/23 Itchg.. LIMEROCKs 20 yd. semi off balance $186 cash or Information. 1/22 Itpd.PIREWOODt PUPPIES to good home finest commercial property (across from Holiday Inn).
3 miles East of Stork.. guorant..d. Jam. DIVORCE. $5000 Do Ityourself. load only. ALLEN E. assume payments of White oak, $15 Miniature bull and terrier 200' on 301 with 1.61 acres. Owner will consider financ
fill M4-6960.. 1/22 3tchg Strickland, corner Morgan Call lake City TAYLOR. Lawtsy. Phon. SI 8.90 per month White per pickup truck load. we Call 964-9751. Itpd 1/22. ing.
7521005. 4tcbg 2/5.
2X5. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg 7823172. 12/4 tfchg. Sewing and Appliance load for you. Sunshine

Keystone Heights '. lake .ump-outs. and week-.nds. tchg ALUMINUM PLATES 24 Ie Road. Archer Square 9647699. tfnchg. BUSINESS cupancy. Price range from $32.900 to S6S.000. If you
area. High, dry,, secluded Residential commercialand 1/22. 36" 25 each. Bradford Plaza, Gainesville, phone 1979 YAMAHA XS1100 OPPORTUNITIESYOU qualify financing for these fine homes ore readily
bUt'to thopplijg Induttrlal. Fully licensed. County Telegraph, 3764466. 1/22 tfn. Special. dressed with ex
WANTED TO BUYs A used available.
I .; school,, recreation. Phon.964-8121. TFchg 9646305. tfn HOT POINT FROST fiE.R.lrlg.rotor tras. $3500 or best offer.
MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Fac form tractor with equip SS GALLON INK DRUMSt : 18 cu. ft. with 964-6604 after 5 p.m. CAN HAVE A pleasant
rjill} price $ .79S. $100 tory trained mechanics. m.nt. Call 964.7238 after 5 and profitable career sellIng Developers Dream Forty beautiful acre near Hampton.
P.rfect for trash barrels ice maker like new $350. weekdays. Anytime on
down, '39.09/month. US-301 South, 9646020. pm. 1/22ltchg. $5.00.ach. Bradford Coun- 964-7537. ttpd 122.: weekends. 1/22 tpd. custommade lubricantsto Large oaks and pines. Paved roads on North and South
O wner financed. 964.7642. 5/29 TFchg S.BOOKKEEPING. 1 WOULD LIKE TO Baby sit ty Telegraph 9646305. NEW AND USED FURNITURE PIPER II ORGAN by Ham. Industrial, commercialand borders with graded road on West border If you have
l>pd 1/32. SERVICESi 9 your child in my home tfn. and appliance Porch mond. Retails for $1400, farm accounts In your built any roads lately you will agree that at SISOO.00 per
I! years experience In all Monday thru Saturday WINDOWS. WAREHOUSE rockers. BARGAIN will sell for$500.00 or best area. Previous sales experience acre this Is a good buy. Owner financing.
phases Including taxes and anytime day or night. Have LADDERS 3 gal. cans CENTER. US 301 South, offer. 964-6604 after 5 p.m. not required.
government forms. one child of my own 2 Knowledge of equipmentand lots Brownlee Rd. $.000 acre with
asphalt roof coatlng-$7.00: 9646679. TFchg weekdays. Anytime on Seven one acre on per
Gbmlffi') 473-7073 alter 5 P.M. 7/3 years old. very depen cases of 6 one-gallon cane PLUMBING FIXTURES windows weekends. Itpd 1/22. mechanical 20*'. ,down at 12% Interest rate.

I Hchg dable.122.: Call 9645849. Itchg for $8. 9646679. Bargain doors, pips, plus UNCLAIMED LAYAWAVt background helpful. Com
Ipayor'NIght ServiceEXPERT I Center. 12/11 tfn. 10.000 other Items now at Singer's finest, Futura pany paid training pro Come Inspect the Bradford Villas Townhouse on Bes-
Center. US 301 gram teaches salesman Furnished model shown only.
MOBILE I : 'HOME 1 ADVERTISE WEANED CALVES Holstein. Bargain automatic zlg zag sewing lent Rd. by appointment
LOCKSMITH I Edmonds Forsyth Road, South. Stark. TFchg machine. Does It all tion. Price start at $33,600.
MOW/// without attachments,
964-8249. Itpd 122.BIRCH'S
'" and bonus) No investment
I Locks Re-keyed 11fl Garage water sewer and darns, monthly Remember to fill our buyeri' needs We must have
elect. 7 ml. NW of Starke monograms stretch stitches or overnight listings The way we put It all together !Is what sets us
Locks Repaired 964.5534 on SR 229, WhisperingPines blind hems, etc. travel. Call today apart.
Estates Lot No. 28. Originally sold for over 1.800-527-1865. 1/15 2tpd
DON HiUL.SECURITY 11/13,tfnchg. $500. pay off balance due
Killers i -0 3BR A 1 acre Wilson Road reduced $13.500.
SYSTEMS ao t Positive ; SS-CAl. KEROSENE TANK of 146.80 or assume
n$\Ot'For GermanRoachControl _""* F/aoa and stand. Good condition. payment. of $12.80 per HOMES *606W. Adklns-House B SO' x 100' lot 12500.
!1 473-3549 ** Special Senior Citizen Rotes? YESI I I orhe $40. Phone 782.3279. Itchg month. Whit. Sewing and FOR SALE *404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely turn opts. Owner fin.
Inches 1/22. Appliance Center, 3527 *3BR, 3B Edwards Rd. Hal everything S69.900.
_I I S.W. Archer Road, Archer Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B. panel carpet 530000. Reducede
Square Plata. Gainesville, NEW 3R HOME 15OO.OO 607 Milton Terrace-nearly new'many etrai-$31.000.
i i Pre-Construction Sale phone 3764466. 1/22 tfn. down payment under 16 Ac. Brownlee Rd. Col. home, barn stream $44.500
MICROWAVE OVENS Brand S345.00 month 1M both. Home C 3 acres In Brooker $51,600
new, never used, new nice lot-call Bob Harris for Home, wkihp-Rd.lOOW 3 BR, CHB.A. FP. patio $3SOO
NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT warranty. Bakes potatoesIn details anytime 9645533. 12S yr. old home(2960( sq. ft.). Hampton 13 Ac.SJI.500.
j, 3 minutes. Originally 1/8 3tchg 1/22. Call St. commercial 100' x 190' Owner fin. $9.900.
sold for over $300. Pay MOBILE HOMES Why pay 5.S acres near Presbyt.Church & haspital-mak. offer
balance of $196 cash or more? Buy direct from the .6.16 ocr.. Griffis Loop-timber--own. fin. 10500.

payments of" $17.50 per factory, and tave. Large 20 acres. Rd. 100 W S27.990. Owner financed.
month:, whit.Center Sewing, 3527 andAppliance" ..election,of. .tt', 14' and 1.3 Ac. Lawtey areaformefly.::Bare Skin Lodge'' $40,000.
double wldes. Purchase a 150.150 commercial on 301-owner fin. $33.000.
S.W. Archer Rood. Archer
Square Plato, Gainesville. mobile home In the monthof 4.78 Acres Rd. 230A 8 Wilson Rd. $11.700.
I GREAT phone 3764466. 1/22 tfn. January and we will 56 acres-Rd. 100--owner will finance.
help In your monthly cost 2.0A-S235 septic well pump elec.pole,portable ihedse .
WANTEDGOOD by paying to you$50.00 per 40 acres across road from 10dfod.Lok. $105,000.
1 month for 12 consecutive i. 13 acres 301 t Morgan Rd. Owner finance 39000.
months. Hurry and come 10 Country Club lot ISO' x 383'nice location -*I 0.000.
PRICES PAID for used
by for more details. COM 10 Hampton Oaks Lot *25. trees, owner financed--57.BOO.
mobile homes If
mortgageIs MUNITY MOBILE HOME Busy Call B Water St. lot 235' x 86' Owner fin. Sit.BOO.
3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE
HOME SALES. SALES, US 301 North. Open *419 S. Walnut New, large, warehouse$82,
9645606. Open 7 days 9 a.m. to dusk. I to 6 on 1 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. 16E Owner fin.
weekly. TFchg Sunday. Phone Homecommer.) t cottage on Madison St. Owner fin.
MWiIblliir' WANTED Mobile home axles 1/8 TFN.WATERFRONT. 964-87..1.// $500 mo. Income four. furn. rentals -Call 1 Bay 55000.
and tires. Will pick up. 10 large apt complex on 301 good cash flow own fin.
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME Realtor Anociatei -After Hours
SALES, 9645606. Open 7 Sampson Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman
A-Frame 1450 ft.
over sq. -
days a week. TFchg Telephone-964.6593
Cedar X Stucco
CASH FOR COINSI Gold, appraisedover Gerrllennon4963140
silver dental $65.000.00. Make offs Martha Dorka 712.3397Ann.T.rwillegarNelson.
sterling Byron Terwillegar 4-7776
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Flnandn: bl. .
gold, GF scrap Jewelry, optical 9 475.1677 Sally Killlon.468 32551
frames etc. J.R. Bull. Bob Harris964.5533.183tchg I. ..
In ton 964-6250: TFchg. 1/22.

.. WANTED Used tools, both BY OWNER Roomy home
4V1JO 4. e mechanic and carpenters. with den/fireplace; carport 24 x 30 COMPLETE SHELL HOUSE IS LOCATED in Mid.
Phone 964-8331 or and workroom; shed; HOME S3.000.00. To be dleburg FI at Jet of 1-99
.tI..or! ytsv 468.1551.9/11 tnchg large garden space with moved. Coll anytime, and State Road 21, go 16

iful : Casa Del Forest WANTED Mobil. Home Axlei. pecan and fruit trees on 964-8498. 1 1/8 4tchg 1/29. 2/10 miles to Hall.Boree.
Paying the best price 1.96 acre.. Low taxes. Call 1973 MH 24 x 60. unfurnish Turn left and go one mileto
for good condition axles. 9645610. 1/15 2tchg 1/22. ed. $5500. 782-3950 alter 5 Blackberry. Turn left
SR 16 West 9648331.911 tnchg 1 ACRE RANCHETTEi Over p.m. 1/15 2tpd 1/22. and go 4/10 miles to Cot.
and I HOUSEMATE Male, to share_ 1350 sq feel $1950.00 1973 ARGO DOUBLEWIDE ton Lone, turn left to 4195
Energy (Inside City Limits) house; will have own move you In. No doting' Good condition. Must be Cotton Lane. Interim financing -
cable TV,
room costs. Fireplace 3 BR 2 moved. Equity and ossum.paym.nts is available. This 3 BR
washer/dryer, $125 mo. Bath Shown by Appt. on of $134.75. Call house Is on a nice lot and
Efficient NON-DRINKER. Keystone. ly. 964-5533. 1/8 3tchg 9647773. 1/15 4tpd>> 2/5. .has all the makings tobecome

1/22. MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom, a beautiful
os I bath, extras. Best offer home..with some poun
teJESRECOVERY over 52.000. Terms. Call ding and paint. Wave got
( V M 431.1212 ext 140. leave to sell it nowll! I So the best
it should be noted that Casa Del Forest are exceptionally ENERGY EFFICIENT. ,.I ROOMThe SALE your number Will call offer will get it. Materialsto

Double-paned-insulated glass throughout... high efficiency heat pump... Recovery Room of NEW* USED back. l/222tchg. 1/29. available finish can Immediate be mode
2 BR
Local DUPLEX two apart-
and, each Is designed and insulated to exceed energy code requirements! Lake Archie City Tanner Funeral W. f finance our own. n.ents, 910 sq. ft. living possession with small
KIRBYS space, large lot central down payment and low

inside and out, check out CASA DEL FOREST Home9&4.S7S7 Stflfk.. f I- ROYALS HSAC, 637 Epperion St.. monthly payments. See it
EUREKAS Starke. Phone 964-7574, and then call Dick Adams.'toll .
i I free at I.800.328-4462.
1/22 tfnchg.
WallDrilling 4500 Lyndalle Ave. N. Minneapolis
Select your lot & floor plan Paved Streets ElECTROLUX Minn. :35412 or

Sidewalks walk to schools & business district "hru f ..... FILTER SEARS QUEENS THE call Hunter collect at Robert

Fast Rotary COMMERCIALWe 6 OPFICS l/222tchg 1/29.

MO DOWN PAYMENT V.A. Drilling Equipment repair all makes. SHOP DIVORCE5000

STP! ,,.I LICENSED I. AL YOUNG'S HOW M4 Ere'B4fttrt Contested uncontested abandoned

$1995 DOWN ,- BOND MONEY Pumps! > I Since 19S7 I' Pit. / pay wltn/witnout your own filing cnildrenlyou feel.

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944-6918 MRVICI
'" New & Used Call between S p.m
3 miles north elSterkeaffUSMI
; I $316.20 per month plus taxes and Insurance SalasPartsServicePlumbing and 259-t p m.

: ((360 payments at.111/2% A.P.R.) .

.., .._ .: .Term3! .....__ .Employmentimmediate

If you' Mare good credit: aad can make fie paimtnti, wa will take an Hiinc! of talus for the opening for full position with Brad Bradf.ordMini .

'.1' ford County Road Department. Heavy Equipment
b.- ,, j.; -' Down, Pajmani. New 'Installation' operator preferred. Applications will be acceptedJan. StorageHWY
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l I. Clg1.w., ,. 'Remember the.11VS% Bond Money runs out In Remodeling Repairs' 22 thru 30 at 8128 North. Grand Street. 7.30: 100 at Lsurs 31.SlatKe ,
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to ChK..I..d..lh.tiHoni 1 G KV,Will provtdfl. Him...,! 1 R. Iwr M. Fireplace .
Mon. Wed. 9 ..... .'ihttMttluntfiM I II T..Ar1MN J
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l.l.bII.' or.,you,map puichm.... ..umllir quilt'? \ .Wffi and Sets
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Thurs.. Sat. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. mtitlifl4itt 1 0 it..lo liiimi1irpilc...'that''"you i tit'"hippy Iliithtpalftyol viili' yewpuichnts v...Vor.. ,.n.........,' 6/99c 0 f f
-- 12 Oz. Cans
Sun.. -12 noon 6 p.m.

Bamboo Hats
-flu--I '.., and Men
Reg. $2'Ea. Boy 250A
Flannel Shirts of'cWlm.e,41f.iItJ

Ladles sae2/S300, i H Boy's'' size 4-18 Men S.M.L

Deep Tone
I : Four Drawer
)rs Sheets and Pillow I cases Men's and Boys'Knit
Cardigans and Pullovers $49 File CabinetSale watch caps
I Lots of Colors and styles 'I Twin Flat&Fitted Reg. ."Sale

':;!i Full Flat&Fitted Reg.6"Sale $487 'Allg88 Reg.99cea. 271

S 00/'Ooff 1"S; 77
Pillow Cases Reg.4"sale .. f infant'sBlanket
Old Fashioned
Flannels Sleepers.
Ladles ._ by Lullaby Land Size 1.3 Reg. S5"
Girls and boys styles sizes from 3-7

Coats I Ssa ? __ 497 i
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in fur,woven and knits .;'\ Reg 5888 sale !

w lengths / t I \' Room Thrlft-Tex Size Scatter Lots of sizes, colors and styles to '

/ LinoleumRu Rugs choose from.
k5 00various
Doff Reg. Priced from '1" to +7"

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steel Buddy Pick L.Up Digger the Dog Braided Rugs It;;Jr Ill Double Knit JJ

Pull Toy various colors to choose from, Il 58" to. 60" wide 111
TruckReg.s799SGaO Reg'10" Size 24x60 Reg. 1297 Size 20x30 Reg. S497

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ProcessorBy '\e $247'rGar
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Fall Fashion Ladies Short Sleeve \ Ii
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ShoesJl SlacksSolids ; : .. + MaterialVarious
Nylon Ladles Pull On
TOPS and Prints Lengths
Dress SocksOne various colors SlacksSize
./ size fits all 8.16 Solids & Prints Sale
Reg. prices up to-*l499 Reg. 99e Reg. $497 various colors

$497Sale off Sale77C /$ :100 2/$5.DD Reg. S3r 97CYd.Reg. 5157 yd.

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Ladles Pullover '-' Children'sGloves ,
Knit TopsSize lOLl I Taters" 50 % ,
off and
S M L-XL Tops & Jeans '..
Lots of colors to choose from many many Fall colors MittensBody
and styles to choose from ..
Reg. S"f
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.*,t Sale 4.142.E/of Long Sleeve and Short Sleeve 30 %
Size .Off
.'r. (1 $400 Tops
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and various' Shirts and
Snug Treds
Infants & Toddlers for womena Pants Robes

SweatersCardigan large selection of colorful 1 -; choose"from
and scuffs to choose from t.
pullover .50 oOff

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