Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
January 29, 1981
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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progress report on the proposed hospital nursing home, and doctor's trustees at the end of March. State Fair Booth... I
new $12 million hospital for the Brad-- office building at a Wednesday Jan. Terry showed those present map I .
ford area has been presented to the 21. meeting of the hospital trustees. of the primary coverage area from Diane Westcott and daughter. Casey show off the booth The booth will display local products and shrubs. It will
Board of Trustees of Bradford County Terry's firm was hired several mon which Bradford County Hospital: that will represent Bradford County at the State Fair In contain pictures of famous Bradford Countlans Including
medical and five members of the ths ago to prepare $45,000 feasibility (BCH) draws its patients. The map Tampa Feb. "-13. Larry Brown Doyle Conner Charley Johns and Judy
staff. study.Goal is to obtain a certificate of showed a radius of the area within The booth is a $1,000 product of vo-tech instructors Canova.A .
Curt Terry senior consultant for need before a new hospital can be 20-minutes driving time of the Westcott and Dave Pfennlger and LE Principal Charles Vo-tech semi-truck will haul the booth to Tampa this
the firm of, Drexel Toland and built. hospital. Hall l. plus donations from local businesses. Mrs. Westcott Friday night. Mrs. Westcott will spend two weekends at
Associates Inc. of Memphis Tenn., The consultant Indicated another "The cachement area Is growing planned the,booth. Pfennlger built It, and Hall painted It. the state fair with the booth.
unveiled preliminary plans for a new progress report will be made to the faster than projected by the University -
of Florida in Gainesville" Terry

serves said.Terry stated a population the hospital of currently 21,000 BCH Nurses Go Back to WorkAi1irhiistrntinn

residents. By.. 1985 the same area is ,
projected to have 26,092 theStarke-
cording: to Terry By 1990

Bradford County area population After Meeting
: + .-' figures to almost 30,000 residents.
4 The adds -- - - -- - -
Keystone Heights area to ., O
.r the population growth upping the
; wS figures to 31,683 by 1990. .:A shortage of nurses at Bradford several months ago, according to Libby He stated there have been a lot of
Terry stated that in drawing plans County Hospital has been resolved to accept another position. family deaths this month which have
for a medical complex he went over with nurses going back to work on the Libby and Ed Jordan of the been another factor In causing the
>c the hospital department-by- 3 p.m. shift Tuesday, Jan. 27, accor- Methodist Foundation Inc. staff in nursing staff to be shorthanded.
department. In Terry's opinion the
ding to
Administrator Dave
(; new 60bedfacility would require Libby. Jacksonville which operates the Libby explained that during the 7
50,000 square feet including parking Libby told the Telegraph that on the facility for the board of trustees met a.m. to 3 p.m. shift Tuesday Jan. 27,
areas for visitors patients,' and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. day shift the staff with the nurses and resolved the pro- nurses from the operating room and
employees of the facility., now has five nurses, 4 to 5 nurses' blems. emergency room pitched in to handle
Terry estimated the new facility aides and a ward clerk. Libby told the Telegraph the the patient's needs. Nursing supervision -
The shift from meeting with the staff of nurses pitched in to also help
could be built on a 20 to 25 acre tract. evening 3 11 has seem- according
"That much area would give flex- four nurses and four nurses' aides ed to ease the problem. to Libby. He added patients scheduledfor
..rg ibility to expand" Terry said. plus a ward clerk. "We have assured them that we are surgery on that day the operations
Oreg. say r Marcus Drewa president of The graveyard shift from 11 ,m. to recruiting nurses locally and in other were cancelled.
Methodist Hospital Foundation Inc. 7 a.m. has three nurses an!threenurses' areas to assist" them with the pledge Because of this. Dr. Kind Sun-
, of Jacksonville which manages the aides plus a ward clerk. of patients Libby said. "We dusadee president of the hospital
local hospital stated there is a :Libby said the hospital was short to increase our staff and left them medical staff and chief surgeon was
,4 possibility of developing a new-nursIng one. nurse on each shift. with to attract the idea we are doing" everything given permission by the Bradford

t fr; home. *'We had enough staff to handle the new nurses County Hospital administration to
Libby pointed out Tuesday, Jan.
An ancillary services area for the move four surgical patients to Union
situation1. Libby said 27, the 47-bed facility was within one
t !,,\new opeI"aUDgdell'e hospital,;ouldv.include 1'PMm: l\ an tb\ .c&nnIi.'oA',C&] *TJPIMC; uuUrregi The hospital is licensed for
I4M'Cal D1 for'hit"fn spivs 'care'unit being performed on the four
r beet up the staff. That will bring the up to 54 beds according to Libby.'Thehospital patients
-- ,- with the possibility of an outpatient staff up to a conforta'level to assist has been averaging 40 patients Wednesday,Jan. 28.
surgical area. with making patients comfortable for For several days prior to the
Welcome' Home! during the past week. nurs-
The site should have access to majar -,
any illness. This will also help Jordan pointed out that every ing staff problem and for'the balanceof
"We thought the only way we could show our support" said Donna roads Terry said. t talleviato any unforeseen sickness or January there are a rash of illnesses the week nurses are being broughtin
Langford. left of the sign she and Linda Cleveland.posted at the corner of Terry pointed out the projected leaves according to Libby. which annually increase the census. from Methodist Hospital in
Italford Road and Evergreen Street In Starke. population increase gives justification \ Libby confirmed the hospital is He added at the same time the nurses Jacksonville to assist while the cur-
The 53 stars at the top of the poster represent the 53 returned American for a 60-bed hospital.,Currently .making An active search for a direc- suffer illnesses which leaves the staff rent shortage of nurses prevail at the
hostages Langford explained. The eight stars In a straight line across the bot- BCH has 47 beds. tor of nurses. Patricia Ivey resigned shorthanded. local facility.
tom of the poster represent the eight servicemen killed trying to rescue the In 1980' figures were shown that '.
hostages.The 1,500 patients left the Starke area to j
ladles used the red white and blue poster five yellow ribbons .and a seek medical and surgical treatmentin
small flag to welcome! the hostages. Gainesville or Jacksonville according r .At I
to BCH Administrator Dave Libby : Legislative Hearing

Terry said a new hospital would
Williams Honored On Leaving TrusteesBoard help keep patients in Bradford Coun-

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Chairman Dan Williams; of Gov. Bob Graham not *. reappointhim Dr. Kiert Sundusadee, president of Surprises, Legislators
Hampton has asked. by letter that to the Board of Trustees of the the BCH medical staff, told the board
Bradford County Hospital. the plans are a good start for a new No surprise requests greeted three Donna Faxon who represents the measure for the increased homestead
hospital. Sundusadee however questioned area lawmakers at the annual Bradford Education Association as its exemption.The .
Tliec1own: (!Crier: Williams completed four years of the' feasibility of Including a legislative hearing Wednesday Jan. bargaining agent spoke to the delega- TRIM Bill provided no tax
service on the hospital board Jan. 15, medical staff building along with the 28, in the Bradford County Courthouse tion on a myraid of issues affecting relief the main thing it was pushed as
1 1961 when his term expired. He has hospital."I education. The legislators listened doing, said Sen. Skinner, Both Skin
: aura willingness to stay on the am not Interested in moving my. I Some-$ persons attended the and apparently agreed. ner and Rep. Williams voted againstthe
.' ,......, until a teachers TRIM Bill and Kirkpatrick was in
'- ap office Dr. Sundusadee said. routine one hour.10 minute hearing in Ms. Faxon asked for
}. ) \' '" pointed. Dr. Pete G. Felos told the board which requests were made for more salaries to be at a professional levelso the legislature last session
': rda.p. most of the current local doctors own money for education (including career teachers can stay in the "This whole thing will undergo a
; IIFRIDAY. The governor appoints the five- their own office buildings and would teachers In the prison system), field for 100 percent state funding of complete review." said Sen. Skinner
I member board. The members serve not be Interested in moving."I transportation, and corrections. school transportation reduced class who said the increased homestead exemptions
.J'- with salary and usually serve until am not Interested In moving" Present at the hearing were State sizes for district pre-school programs simply mean more taxes on
) they either resign or are replaced. said Dr. Carlos Hernandez. Sen. George Kirkpatrick retirement pay calculations other areas. The bill is hurting senior
Terms are four yean. The new hospital would not have to D-Gainesville; State Sen. Pete Skinner -- improvement in collective bargainingwith citizens on fixed incomes the most.
.. Marcus Drewa president of service maternity. "We could go withit D-Lake City and State Rep. something to be done about Impasse Skinner said it appears.
Methodist Hospital Foundation! Inc. or without it," said Drewa. Frank Williams, D-Crystal Lake. resolutions, the cost of living index Nobody knew how it would work
.L. manager of the hospital presentedWilliams Drewa pointed out that when the Seven persons addressed the :, a whole harmless clause Increased last session, but Skinner said he knew
with a plaque for his ser new drawings made available architects legislators representing education, capital outlay funds. the load would fall elsewhere such as
vices to the hospital.; would sit down with the the county the City of Starke and the On a personal note Ms. Faxon ask. higher taxes for business.'There's .
NUARY30 physicians and trustees to discuss the prison system.. ed for legislative sessions to begin in no such thing as a free
TREESALE Williams became chairman of the eventual site. Mrs. Margaret Richie wife of Don February rather than April. The lunch." Skinner said.
Green Acres 4-H Club BCH trustees In I960. When Dr. Felos raised the question Richie who teaches Inmates at Union delegation said such a move is un- Rev. Roman Alvarez asked for a
Community State BankFrMay4:00 of funding for the proposed new Correctional Institution pleaded for popular among legislators from state law controlling the sales of
-':'OOp.m.MONDAY.FEBRUARY.. Now correctional officer at Union hospital, llrewa said Fernandina salary increases for teachersclassification populous south Florida who simply tobacco products to minors. A law
Correctional Institution Williamstold Beach obtained a Farmer's Home Administration officers and don't want to have to buy clothes for already controls the sale of cigarettesto
1 the board he plans to return to .loan to help with its counselors who she termed the north Florida winters. minors, Alvarez said, but no such
; BRADFORD COUNTY school to finish his education. facility. forgotten people in the hue and cry for Rep. Williams said the rumor is for law exists for other tobacco products.
,. COMMISSIONERS The Methodist Hospital Foundation higher salaries for correctional of- an early session perhaps starting in Starke Councilman Jimmy Crosby
i ... M..tlng-f i M a.m. manages hospitals in Starke Mac- ficers., February because of the upcoming Jr. asked for small utility systems
-:: '. .. ... Clenny Fernandina Beach and Mrs. Richie found sympathy among reapportionment issue. such as the city of Starke's be exempt
: LAWTBY CITYCOUNCIL Outside..... Green Cove Springs. the legislators, although Sen. Skinner Ms. Faxon also said another from a planned move to place
; :::, "We need to get as much money for salaries for correctional officers havea method of choosing names for the city-owned utility systems under the
.- Meeting-7:30p.m. A chance of showers and normal the project without taking federal high priority with Gov.Bob Grahamand presidential preference primaries is state Public Service Commission for
; PROJECT PASS temperatures is forecast for the money: Drewa pointed out. He said the legislature will do well to sorely needed. It is now done on the rate making purposes.
Adv;Com. 7:00 p.m. weekend by the Florida Forest Ser it takes longer to get tax free bonds work in that area. Skinner said basis of who's been in the. news the "We ask that when you go after the
r.: : vice. funds that to get cash from another however he supports Mrs. Richie's most lately she said. giants you take care not to step on the
:..:. 'TUESDAY.FEBRUARY3CITY A light drizzle of rain recorded at source. .case and will work for it. A program to utilize retirees In dwarfs" Crosby said.
: OF STARKE from .1 to .2 inch was measured over The present hospital could be turn Mrs. Richie said when her husband state agencies was also proposed by The delegation voiced determination -
; Bond Trustees 5 slightly Wednesday morning, ed Into a nursing home when the new began teaching in the prison system Ms. Faxon. "Many state and local to( place cltY- wned utilities
= .. .. p.m. the) danger from hospital is completed Drewa indicated nine years ago( his salary was equal to agencies would benefit." Ms. Faxon under the PSC to correct injustices
; ': CITYDF STARKECOUNCILMEBTINO forest fires which are still keeping that of a captain but now Is equal to a said adding there Is much talent being done where those ,utilities ser-
:: forest service personnel on the run.Sunday's Terry stated his staff is now lookingat correctional officer-2. Her husband'spay available in this state. vice customers outside their cor-
;::'. 7(00 p.m.THURSDAY. low reading at the WPXE the financial structure. of the hasn't changed but salary for The requirement to be a citizen of porate limits and.who have no voice in
.-'-, .-. weather station 25 Monday' hospital. correctional officers has gone up that the state for five years before becoming rate increases.
was much she said. for the increased $15,000 Some Clay County customers pay 50
Dr. Sundusadee brought up the
:= FEBRUARY 3rl low was 31 Tuesday 34. and ''
Sen. Kirkpatrick said point homestead a percent more for electricity and haveno
no was was
::: BRADFORDCO Wednesday saw mUd low reading of possibility of a profit making corporation exemption
OF buying the hospital. The hospital raised more during his campaignthan Mr. Anderson a newcomer' to the say in rate making procedures
= raises for correctional officers Anderson said his taxes will Rep.Williams pointed out. Gainesville
:._.: Board Dinner Meeting. is now run by the trustees who serveas pay area. go
directors of a non-profit corpora and he's committed to that. ,up 41 percent he can qualify for service many customers outside the
:r12.. :IS p.mOardenRest. Kirkpatrick said however he also the higher exclusion.unless corporate limits. Sen. Kirkpatrick
J::: ; tion.Vicechairman 'Curtis Sanders feels strongly about pay increases for Sen. Skinner said the constitutionality pointed out.
r'.,'' Inside...., responding to the president of the the forgotten employees Mrs. Richie ,of that-very point is being Starke was advised to keep in close
; .j '" ',medical staff said the hospital Is setup mentioned. challenged in court, and that Anderson contact with the legislative delegation
o ; Two Sections > to run the way It is. The entire prison system needs might well win his point. because the delegation plans to seek
._ 1tlt -. SECTION At Drewa explained that a profit corporation work' done on it, Kirkpatrick said. Anderson who. said he's spent redress for such inequities,. Crosbywas
New.\I.\.P..s1A.JA, would have to be approved) ) Problem is.this area has 52 percent of many a forester in many told by Kirkpatrick.
.=.:.:::: (104) 7823991HOMttJKtOTS ACOTAOIAUTHOMnD Editorial...,.!......u.tiPage 4A by the Board of Trustees and by the the,'problem and only nine ,state states came wit against hunting deer ,"Stay right on our doorstep.." JAA10A Health Services Agency. senators. with dogs. He received little sym Kirkpatrick cautioned 'the Starke
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._. .. School Lunch M.IIU..I.6ACorrHpoftCII.lC. "Right 'now, the board would The attention of the media must pathy from the deleg.tlon"wlt1) both! .councilman. .
.. ". .'.*..,Page 7 A.fASpom..Pa'.11 prevail because they have. .the beds" also ,be, focused on the issue senators waxing eloquent about-the ,County Clerk Gib Brown'agreed the
| >12A: Drewa said. Kirkpatrick said referring to TV lob. the state does managing its legislature should take, another look
.- r.._. SECTION Bt "We're going to have a timetable of cameras and news reporters were forests with Income from hunting and, at the TRIM BUL.The county Is facing
.::::::;::::: -.,....,' -" '(" 1 News Brlds..Pay.a. SBLegalA a year for the new facility". said outside the courthouse at a news conference -'. fishing permits.. ,a 10 mill cap InJaxing power and the
= Real Est......Pays. 7.Oblfu.r. Drewa. Current plans are to start the about an inmate who hanged, ", ,.,A complete, review of the' TRIM- ,budget Is dependent,!IN'! ,, the property
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Mrs. Mona Canova. familiar at the Daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. runner-up Jtv I the county's Miss V w "ijl'W'qwmWi! Canova the Starke was "A lady of all seasons," is the Way I
piano at all musical productions here Baldree of,the Theressa: area, Tam- Strawberry' Pageant ''Contest: She : President Norman described Mrs
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and Miss
Tammy Baldree BUS my was, nominated by te&cherl1ttt I
participated the 4-H demonstra ''Canova.'
j that:aaaisted In at cleanup drive
ranking senior class 4-H'er vice-president, are the 1980 and award top award Bradford' :, High" / for the Chamber; tions the fair'and steer show, all at Jail ,& r..the Oty b>Starke.She la a > Mn:Canova1 thanked' the'people' for I
; once last her friends. ,
year. beMg
winners of the Starke-Bradford County Mrs. Canova Was nominated by The She was a member of the 180!? BHS m R e r.....cchr' dfo rdtion..Count "Happiness is,'living'in' Bradford
Chamber of 4
Commerce.The '
Bradford Players for whom she has Homecoming Queen Court. Mrstfbanova County and loving every one of i iMn.
.la member of the you..
pair received plaques at the
led musical for the
accompaniment Currently Miss Baldree Is'CIII the 1 ..Canova said.
:ViMQ a Jd a Sunday Schoolteacher at
34th annual
Installation and awards stage productions at the Woman'sClub BHS Work-Study Program and Is t !
banquet Saturday night Jan. 24, at for the past seven<< yean. holding down a job as cashier at I '"
the Starke Golf and Country Club. Both awards were presented by Winn-Dixie for some 20 hours
Both were surprised recipients; 1980 Chamber President Ray Norman week. IoCal; 'Building, !Pace, Holds in January
neither suspected she was an awards of the Community State Bank. "Thank You." was all a stunned ._
winner. Tammy; for instance was Norman pointed out Miss Baldree 1 Tammy could manage Saturday night With i only'on item'on ,the:agenda January building permits totaf-
lured to the banquet to represent 4-H. has received numerous 4-H awards. when President Norman asked if she the Bradford County Zoning Boardheld lag$675.300 for the month. Included In
She couldn't understand why her She is currently state 4 H wanted to single family dwellings -
chaplain, say something to the a brief 10-minute meeting Tuesday the total were 11
mother heEH new dreu and shoes the first local 4-H'er to receive state 180-persons at the banquet.Mrs. night and approved the applcatlon $517,700: ; 18 mobile homes
and why green wouldn't do. honors since Walter Prevatt was state CanoVa, a retired schoolteacher of T.J. Mann of Brooker to rezone $108,900; one commercial permit.
4-H President in 1975. Tammy is also and local piano instructor 18 acres southeast of Brooker off $13,500; and nine miscellaneous,
an district 4-H representative has participated in all the musical SR-18 from Exclusive Agricultural to $31,200.
secretary of the county 4-H council productions staged ay Richard Jockel RtC, allowLig mobile homes on 20,000 Due to the absence of several
1F and secretary of the district 4-H council .- and his players ove?\the past seven square' feet., members the reorganization of next
years. Mrs Canova is the musical accompanist There was no slowdown in construction board was postponed until the
She Is a member of the Little for the current production meeting. '
In Bradford County during
Women's Club and Drama Club at "Ten Nights in a Barroom" to be
F- r BUS. staged at the country club over.the r- I J.1
ye" L'"t In 1980 Miss Baldree was second next three weekends.
Earn your High School Diploma by

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(From Page 1A) hold legislation to half the usual level, the GED Tests are being taken

appraiser to raise new revenue Kirkpatrick.Corrections transportation and at the Bradford-Union Area
through higher assessments Brown education will share in any new funding -
pointed out. Kirkpatrick said. Vocational-Technical Center. The
"You have us under the mercy of
the property appraiser as far as the :
budget goes" said Brown. deadline is Febuary 9, 1981. Call :
Commissioner Maxie Tammy Baldree

t.7.; f Carter 10 County mill cap.also asked for relief from the HearingFrom ..... C-of-C Award Winner 964-6150 for information. s

asked that the ( Page 1A)
Carter however
P rr legislature make the fifth and sixth new hospital in 1982, Drewa said. Examinations Are Scheduled : i
Card of ThanksWe
cents of the state gas tax which Is "I don't think HSA will turn this
remitted to the counties as secondaryroad plan down" Drewa said.
funds, available for Dr. Sundusadee pointed out he -
would like to thank each and
maintenance as well as new construction would like to see something done. '18 & 19J
every one for helping us In our time of February 16 & 17 February
The state has turned back roadsto Drewa pointed out the hospital tragedy. We appreciate your love offerings -
the county to maintain then taken within the past year purchased a new gifts the kind and encouraging -
away the only source of maintenance X-ray machine and added a physical
words received, and above all the
funds Carter points out. therapy department."Let prayers of the praying people. 1:00: pm 6:30: pm |
"We'll expect you-all to help us outa s get behind it. and get moving
bit," Carter said. ," Drewa said. Thank all again 8:15
There is a real problem with the "This is a good start forward," Dr. The Lloyd Mosley you Family 3:00: pm : pm

Mrs. Mona Canova Skinner state transportation said, pointing system out the DOT Sen. Felos Other said.members of the medical staff 6:30: pm 20 I IB.
C-of-C Award Winner first said it was out of money. Then present were Dr.Sarnt Sarnlnoranoni :
The of Mrs Orene aaaaaai
after the election DOT said there was and Dr. Abraham Canfux. family Padgett ::15 BHBMBBJBMoBlBa.BBejBa J
Cowart would like Wthank each and pm
not a budget problem that it had $63 9:30: am |
for the kindnesses and
THE SADFOKD everyone expressions -
million. Something be done about
of love this time of
COUNTY.vary TILEGRAPHPwblMioo' Thur.doyS. Skinner DOT but said.Bradford nobody. knows what yet parting of our mother.during Testing Fee IS- $1480 For Complete Battery

131 W.Cell Err..t County can look forwardto Family of Orene Padgett Cowart .
Stark.Pl.rid.320y1' its share of whatever formula is YI :
worked out," Sen. Skinner added.
Second Clan' postage. paid.f Sen. Kirkpatrick, who has never
S......FloridaSubscription served through a legislative session
said this shapes up as a conservative
Rat.*: session, in which the emphasis will be I
'In trada araai$9.00 por yoar placed on legislation, not money.
$5.00(.lie month. The House is limiting the number of
bills a legislator, can introduce to Baby opossums multiply ''
Outtldo trada aroa 10.00 per yaar ;:tight, and the Senate. Is'attempting todU'rs "TthatrtJTirm idhrtewtrai.irtFV
$I."*1 lx month .

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Established In 1923



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.. ... ..,..... January l>f". 'Ins! ( ; MMI I'jlua.\
Medical Scholarships i' Local StudentsTo

Being Offered By Attendpresidential. ,

Hospital Auxiliary '" : Classroom tJ/f Pile fJJ f7Jide '
Three students chosen recently dat
ox Educational iloa"'proposals, were I r were
Schoolat {
'discussed at'the'Hospital Auxiliary to represent Bradford High
dinner-meeting Monday night which an exciting program in
met at the Western Steer Steak .0)ti Washington, D.C. .
;;.House : Mary Anne Miller, daughter of Mr. laJ" WlootfiWy

.:: Mrs. Drew'Reddish, a member of : "' .. and. Mrs John Miller and Luana /
the ":. : Layne Mundorff daughter of Mr. and
Scholarship Committee further .'iI.! ': \ ,M.... R. Mundo l. will attend CJitor, fne ewj /
...outlined the funding of two full-time ,.'f'\'t, Wayne f.r u f'
.March 7.14 and Michael J. Whiffen
students and two part-time students ,, .,. I I'I'r' 964-760H
;, the educational loan proposal. ,on of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Whiffen. tosy
? The money is to make available,interest ,, ulr, ,. I' ''will attend Feb. 14-21, the Presidential -

free, educational loans to Brad-, IIJ Classroom for Young Americans. "
f I IY
hospital ford County related students for study. in the ,: They ship qualities were selected and academic for their standing.leader- WI B'' pf l F I Glenn and Diane Mullins of Monroe Mr and !Mrs Jerome Johns of

Bradford occupations.Any J Presidential Classroom .will .give Mich., Robin Mullins and Terri Ad. Crystal Lake. Mr" and :Mrs Earl
'or Bradford County Hospitalmployee' m these students a firsthand look at how dison of Fort Pierce were weekend Joyner of Orangedale., Wayne Henley
dent who'applies will be County considered resi- \ the Federal government works. :The 4 guests of Dr. and Mrs. R.S. Mullins of Advance, N.C and !Mrs Ann Godwin

-by the -' ..,. rigorous week-long schedule of ? and attended the funeral of Mrs of Starke were in New Orleans
Auxiliary Scholarship committee -
Mullins in Ocala on Satur Friday to Monday attending the
headed by Mrs. Sandra Luana Mundorff seminars will take them to such Carolyn)
.;O'Briant-Johnson. centers of power as Capitol Hill the day. Super Bowl game
-. Central Intelligence Agency and ryJ
Anyone interested in seeking a
:scholarship loan may call Mrs, Luana Mundorff cabinet departments. There they will __
O'Briant-Johnson at the hospital, Jimmie ClarkeEngagement talk with their representatives in the _
964-6000 or ask for applications at the told Congress and question many of the
nation's leading political figures.
: Hospital Hospitality Shop.
Mrs. Doris Overstreet presidedover Mr. and Mrs. R. Wayne Mundorff They. will also deepen their L .
'- the meeting where Mrs. Margie announce the engagement and approaching understanding of.their fellow citizensby
Diltz was welcomed as a new marriage 01 their meeting high school seniors and
member daughter Luana Layne to Jimmie W. juniors from all over the country. _
:S; :: Mrs! B.C. HolUendorf, Sr.,who has Clarke.'Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim- The students will see the cultural
:: made puppets for the hospital mie W. Clarke Sr. all of Starke. side of Washington as well. The,,
2 children patients for many years was Miss Mundorff is a student at Brad- Classroom's itenerary includes an 1.,
:S:: presented a gift from the Auxiliary ford High School and will graduate in evening at the theater or concert hall
3 upon her relinquishing that job. Mrs. June. Mr. Clarke graduated from and visits to the Smithsonian Institute
;:: Kay McKinley will replace Mrs. Bradford High School in 1977 and is and the National Gallery of Art. Income
c Hqltzendorf in making gifts for the currently employed by Hawthorne At President Lyndon B. Johnson's averagingcan

2: children patients Uniform Manufactures Inc. recommendation Presidential, save you money. But
=5 Bernadme Early chairman of the The wedding is planned for June 12. Classroom was chartered in 1968 as a
s Hospitality Shop, reported good sales at the New River Congregational nonprofit, non-partisan educational Rosa Hull only if you make more
w: in the past two months. Clarice Methodist Church. program in the District of Columbia. Chuck tlutcheson
:: Stephens co-chairman of the shop This year more than 400 high school than $30,000 a year.D .
": stated more workers are needed to students will attend each session of. Rosa Hull

:: keep the shop open during all visiting Billie Suzanne Gassett, the Classroom. Chuck HutchesonTo True D False
?z hours. John Dan Baldwin; III One graduate of the 1980 program
captured the Classroom experienceby Wed March 21
To Wed Jan. 31 writing, "You read about politics Wrut you don't'.hoUI income ..iM.T.ipngcould
Mrs. Rosa Lee Hull of LaBelle is announcing -
., .,_........ and Washington in the paper. You the and cost toil mi MICA
engagement ap-
'r..W Mr. and Mrs. James H.::Gassed of watch it on television. You" live it at proaching marriage of her daughter, ll&R Block 1.nU'\\t! that no nutter: htm minli

Keystone Heights announce of the their approaching Presidential Classroom. Rosa N. Hull, of Gainesville to you make if your inn IIUe.' \\cni up

Billie marriage Suzanne to John Dan .. Charles (Chuck) E. Hutcheson, II, of /Mihtttuntially year Oil ma he able to
daughter Weeks UDC '
Gainesville, son of Mr. and Mrs. : :'
income 'c, II take
Baldwin III of Gainesville. Mr. average.(
i' To Meet Feb. 4 Charles E. Hutcheson, Sr. of Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. of this if benefit 'ITic
Baldwin in the son of of the it's to mar an-\\er: is
Miss Hull is also the daughter
John D. Baldwin Jr. of Gainesville.The W.T.. Weeks chapter, UDC will late Ray C. Hull, Sr. FALSE since there i is no minimum .unu 1I11
% I wedding will take place Satur- meet Wednesday Feb. 4, at 3 at
p.m. for March of income
,. The wedding is planned required to qu.ilih
9 day, Jan. :31, at 4 p.m. in the Friend-, the home of Mrs. George Roberts Sr. 21 at the First Baptist Church in
; ship Bible Church in Keystone, with Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. J.M. Clewiston. WE'LL MAKE THE TAX LAWS WORK FOR YOU .

I Heights. ,', .Fields and Mrs. Emma Tanner as co- Miss Hull is a graduate of Clewiston
The bride-elect is 1976 graduate of hostesses.
a High School and is currently enrolledin H&R BLOCKTHE
Keystone Heights High School and a
the Medical Technology .

> iy graduate of Santa Fe Community Col INCOME TAX PEOPLE
Long distance at the University'of Florida.
lege.Mr. Mr. Hutcheson is a graduate of WE PREPARE ALL STATE AND
Baldwin is a 1973 graduate of Birthday Dinner Univer-
Bradford High School and the
Buchholz High School, Gainesville, On Thursday Jan. 22, members of sity of Florida with a Bachelor of CANADIAN RETURNS
and Florida.All attended. the University' the William Thornburgh family at- Health 'Science In. Medical 964 N. TempleOpen
tended dinner Mr.
a birthday given by Technology.
friends and relatives of the .
cow and Mrs. Ernest Johnson in honor of 9 AM 6 PM W..k'1.> ',.i,. P' > ?< "'. M
ple are invited to attend the weddingand .... -
their son, Michael Tho nburgh. --------------- OPEN WEEKDAYS APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE
---0" retention. Spec. Thornburgh is stationed at
.. w.._ Feinthem Army Air Field, Feinthem, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Spengler of OTHER AREA OFFICES
Germany and celebrated with the St. Augustine were Tuesday visitorsof Keystone His. Palaika Interlachen

sr Ken and Gayle Weaver 'Bradford Homemakers: family and friends during the eveningvia Mr and Mrs. V.J. Spengler. 01. ., .ib'!: .. I" : ,
telephone from his base.
3 Have Tole Painting

12 Kenneth WeaverReceives DemonstrationJean

,= DegreeilJ' Halt gave a demonstration on

Kgpnet111.Wew as.Dea. l''P Tole painting-aUh8rl "aQf dC4uRt

.1Ye4y\>}t ,.Qt.StljJtf1westlf-; Bap-;. 1?, Homemakers. Club. ;I'meeting:.Thurs.s, ; ; 1j
I taG: 'Sansinatl. M';{ Ctllxas dayirwtia>q! .....fierUA'tbionuu iti
w receiving a Master of Building' ''iI.> .
Divinity Degree. Mrs. Hall demonstrated how to _
The graduation ceremony was held paint a strawberry with oil based' .
at the Travis Avenue Baptist Church paints I showing hot to put,various'
ifi Ft. Worth with Dr. Harold C.. Ben- shades on and how to blend them. She. : : :
nett, former Secretary-Treasurer of stated that flowers were done in a : ; : ; :

the )Florida Baptist Convention, similar manner.using six or eight '. 1 ,t:,.,, ", :
Jacksonville as guest speaker. Dr. basic colors to blend in different ....,, .
Bennett is Secretary-Treasurer shades. Mrs. Hall showed several of ..........

of the Southern Baptist Convention. her completed wooden, plaques. on < .
Nashville, Tenn. display. ,',.
Mr. Weaver received his BA degree The next workshop will be Feb. 19- 4
: t tt4 C., : ;: '. \
from the University of South Florida, Visitors or prospective members at .uroau <

T.lnpa the meeting were Bernice Baldree ,. iif'J ., rF
,'M'MWfaver, has been called as Tammy Baldree, Selma Ellingtonand s kJ' yr ',- '',,< .,aS 9, ';:r
< <
Mi'n&ter.'pf: Youth and Education at Dorothy ones. Itttatsh. '

N Baptist Church >. .' : .. I
(:j;(ins411Je) beginning February...1. "I :A< :: :: A
)Iteaver i a-'hative' 'of Da ren- .. ; ".., r .. .
lifrida ahd"i> married to the Ralph and Collie CaJney .. I :

f..1;. jyle Hatcher, daughter of To Celebrate 50th $ 'T4 i r +'- ;rr: g< t1
( d Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher;
J Ys ke. AnniversaryMr. I : "\'tf. < : I

\ ;; : -\J'\J''J .. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey will r J .
,.!... >-" celebrate their golden wedding anniversary ."" "
i '
Saturday 'Jan. 31, from
rafts & Games -:1
Day 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. at a reception given '..
Discontinuesrl..JS by their children at the Bethel Baptist .4

toq lack of participation the Church Fellowship Hall, on highway.

craltspn; games day on Thursdays C235. !
All friends and relatives invited
hoe cancelled are .
'Werl; the;.Kingsley "
to attend.
La Center.,
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qj h: k apriffisl Mrs. GH.. Bennett a "". Take this chart test to see If W ndy'. Old ;

Broderick f Crawford LuncheonHohoree .. .::< ,,\ (, I ..- ,'A H : L Fashioned Hamburger. Is the right one for you .

To Wed ,Jan. 30' ''; Do you think thai hamburgers YFS: Nc.1
.A luncheon was given at the home. 't
: should tie served hot off the arlll.a .
Griffis" of Mrs. of Mrs W.B. Mundylast Thursday. '
Ronda daughter
t .,, ii not from under a beet. lamp4 ;
Elaine C. Griffis of Starke and Earl noon honoring Mrs. O.H. 'BenneUi"JWwho ; .
Broderick Crawford son of Mr. and has moved to' Jacksonville Should hamburgers be made from A

:Mrs. Earl W. Crawford of Kingsley make her home with her' daughter qs? dm a 10O'. pure fveshhcef I I .:
will be united in Fri Mrs. Randolph Boree. ;i"i. R
Lake marriage N.g. Do you like your hamburger nice /
day. Jan. ;30, at 6:30: p.m. in the Mrs.: Bennett, with her family movw" '. r and thick? 1) J ;
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.All ed here from Georgia 63 years ago.. e 4 .
friends and relatives are invitedto She will be missed T by her neighbors.. :. w Do you like to have your lu"nbllr {
attend the wedding and reception and many friends.'fy&sFs': .'' (,qe, vs e mitde-to-order with different :2
Mrs. Guy Sale assisted In;faring for I S :- S toppings if you don't have to wait .., ri
"' --- longer for It9 .:
I the guests. Y ..
KH Shrjners ToHave S e t Should hamburgers represent good '
Did/ .ypu know.... ., a nk : value for money you spend 1 )0. -.a
Rummage Sale d2 :
Mrs. H.E. Patterson' .'. of. gti rya fi ,xp w ItyouamwsradYEStothesesimplequesllons, .:
Millport. Ala.; is visiting Mr, and Mr'S.atter'Son. r ,cr Rr # $( '""-' r g rashioned'- be eating at Wendy's Old #.-:
Jr. for several weeks. Hamburgers! :
.Members .of the Keystone Heights h. "( Mr
Shrine Club will be located a( the old : L ," '
Dollar Saver Store on Lawrence Blvd. I\lr'and; Mrs. Mike Gilhooly returned ". ,? )$."f. < ... .. T _
in Keystone Heights Friday and Jan. 9 after three weeks vacationin :. -to ....;:

Saturday. Feb! 6 and 7, from 9 a.m. to Ireland visiting friends and' .:

a giant sale. relatives and sightseeing.Mrs. _ _ _
:'i p.m. holding rummage ..' as- CLIP COUPON cI.IP'OUiONfl. s a. r CJ.lPCnUI'ON -i -1
Thursday Feb. take-in day .
members will be at the Marian Crosby returned Mon- ,
where club after relatives in I >I Ih/ I a 1 ; 1 ;
day '
Dollar Saver location after 1 p.m. to .
I Okeechobee for five weeks. 1 aT'I WEEK2 V/ WEEKa r

collect will proceeds merchandise.All to hospitals from. the for the rummagesale crippled On the Dean's list'at Lake 'City r ," '. ; .. : :: : : 1L i W. : ;: BJUOOffiL : :=

go -
and burned supported, by Shrine Community, College for the Fall 1 "un ONE FRS TASTE ONE FREESINGLE
DeWitt of
Clubs throughout the'country. semester was Cynthia : : eI : : ,
make ,Starke,(On the Presidents<<: ; Ilst.wtre .
those to
For wishing

contact pon Wallace in transporting at 4732523.Hems arvrangemenU ';, 'Richard Richardson Gibson of';Starke an: and< Kenneth Andrew' >-;', ,... ;. !t."' \ SINGLE I or I $100 OFF ''g

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BUS Jr. *Scientists

I f Yqiiwljtnow O :, : {! hampion Tree To Attend Symposium

1 iTms : I! : ;. 'J'.1' ./11!! At U. of FloridaSix

: : i Bradford High School Juniors
Notify Your Bradford County Forester will be taking part in a gathering of
some of the top science minds in the
nation, young and old. at a science
the University of '
I! symposium on the

by Mark' G. Fries : the species, but were replaced by still Florida campus In Gainesville early
A Great larger trees. But when the Timuquan 'next week.
Opportunity Oak was certified, the crownchangingcame The 18th Florida Regional Junior
) ; The state champion tree program is to a stop at least temporarily.Its Science Engineering and Humanities
modeled after the national contest will be held Sunday
whicb'; the American ForestryAssociafloa dimensions are 330 inches in Symposium through Tuesday. Feb. 1-3. at UF i
The Extension Community -Low Interest Bond Finan- has sponsored successfully trunk circumference measured at the with the six BHS students and sponsoring
Development Program cing (steps in arranging for in recent years. Florida has had 117 standard height of 4.5 feet above the teacher Mrs. M. Sandra Smith
national( champions in all, though at height of 90 feet and a limb t Holiday
middle income bond ; housed at the University -
overing Baker Bradford financing behing
the present time It has fewer than 100 spread averaging t 151 feet in
'olumbia and Union Counties for housing). due to a .change in. the rules for diameter.By Inn along with some schools.250 students.
Florida high
from 41
I i.s offering a training course recognizing some of the champions.
m five consecutive Wednes- -Downtown Revitalization rough calculation, it is probablymore Vicky Carver Teresa Harvey, '
..i.i.v; nights starting February ( downtown improvement I have submitted two trees that than 200 year old. but less than Barry McDuffie Gary McDuffie,
i the techniques, legislation tax in- stand as present state champions in 300. This means it was a sapling at Randy Parado and Tommy Powell
I. at Union County cour- A 126 foot loblolly pine on and Spanish .
crement financrng, case this area. best when the English will represent j
house in Lake Butler. The Kingsley Lake and an American holly were cutting the New jI I
studies etc).
later are February 4, 11, 18, organization along New River were found to be the diameter, has held the state 'championship Words oaks for ship timbers.If BHS teacher Jerry I
'.>. and March 4. The sessions -New State Legislation Affecting largest of their kind in Florida. for more than three months McGriff chairman of the operations \

'last from 7:30: p.m. to 9:30: Local Governments. The largest tree of any kind enteredso now without successful challenge. the Indian the tribe that Oak once- named inhabited for committee plained that for students the Symposium will be able ex-to :I'

p.m. on these dates. (Representatives from the far in the state contest is a kapok If a larger live oak within Northeast Florida has had time to see three lab sessions !Monday Sl'llsions
Association of County Com tree at Clearwaler more than 10 feet' Florida, it has not yet been grows reportedto reach its huge size since those days, they chose from a list of-I"lab
Qualified instructors will ;
missioners and Florida in diameter and 93 feel tall: the Florida Division of Forestry for others may have done even better. topics ranging from earthquake
conduct the training sessions official measurement and certification. Any live oak larger than the dimen- seismographs to humanities, and it
'on such topics as: League of Cities give A banyan Iree on City of Fort Myers sions given above should be called to computer sciences. Lectures by
presentations on recent property is second largest with a the attention of the local Divison of scientists and army researchers and
Grantsmanship (how to legislation of importance to trunk circumference of nearly 10 feet The state agency started a cham- Forestry office so that it may be discussions are also on the agenda.
apply for grants and how to local government officials and height of 64 feet. It has an enormous pion tree program) several months measured, identified and officially
find out what grants are and outlooks on upcoming crown spread of 190 feet givingit ago to identify the largest known certified for recognition. Major sponsors of the Symposium
boost in size the the Fla. Foundation
an extra' ratings. are University
specimens of the estimated 600 kinds
available). legislative happenings.) for Jo-ulurl'Scil"ntishJ.lhe U.S. Army
of trees and palms that grow in Each Iree or palm will competeagainst .
Research Office and (he Fla.
All city and county elected Jacksonville may prove to have the Florida. only its own spe'l'il's. so many Association
The steps involved in of Science ll'hl'rs.TO .
live oak tree in
largest growing
officials as well as depart- of (champion trees are small
creating and operating Florida. Competition was most spirited for stand large in relation to their own
special tax districts. This is ment heads have been givena the live oak crown. These oaks are kind.If I
especially important in Brad- special invitation to attend The mighty Timuquan Oak, synonymous with Southern scenes,
lord County at the present these sessions, as well as the measuring nearly nine feet in grow statewide and are impressive in you have a tree you 'think may bea Readers write
their look of strength and call and I will
when is general public and other great age. champion. give me a
nine study being
a that benefit look at it. Phone me m l Wi4-<>2Hl!) Ext.
made of the feasibility of setting groups might Several other live oaks briefly 219 or stop by my office in UK
up a special' fire tax from the specialized trainingto claimed the crown of the largest of Agriculture Building. .
dIstrict to support volunteer be offered. County Agents

'ii'-o departments in the unin- The speakers for the ses-

i (orporated.) areas of the coun- sions will have expertise in Notebook 6 Bradford' 4-H'ers to Enter HogsIn :\IY:\ .\\\' FRIENDS

i t \ these areas and are aware of IN STAKKE

Solid Waste Planning and the particular problems faced Florida State Fair in
Tampa I wish to express regret to my many
Management ( state rules and by small rural cities and coun- By dear friends in Starke that circumstances -

uulations, site location ties. Those attending the ses- '" made it impossible for
",''ign' monitoring, planning, sions will have an opportunityto BobbyTavlor Six Bradford 4-H'ers will enter 12 Paul Hutchins, FFA teacher at me to see all of you and bid you
l>i'ration, and alternate111l'lhodsl. ask and discuss ia: hogs in the Feb. 4 Swine Show in the Bradford High School told the farewell before moving to Huntsville
questions Florida State Fair at according that students from the be
Tampa Telegraph no Ala. early this month to near my
( This is likewise im- particular problems faced by to 4-H coordinator Lowell. Parhigh school would participate this son and family.I .
tant to the city at this time their communities or coun rish. year at the state fair., have many happy memories of my
>"t expansion of sewer of residence
ties. many years
The Florida State Fairgrounds are
n-ililies and initiation of a Even though it is still winter time, it Belinda Melson; Randy and Annette located east of Tampa on 1-4,exit; Buf- and of the many pleasant associationsI
,ray irrigation system of Further information on is not too early to be making plans Balkcom; Frank, Alesia and falo Avenue or US-301 to gate have had with all of you during that
these sessions may be obtained and starting your vegetable garden. Vicky Sheffield, and Connie Davis time. Please keep me .In your
iispnsal by contacting the local ex- Your plans should include selecting a will be exhibiting two hogs each. The following have donated to the thoughts, as I will you in mine.

Budget Management tension agent. Bob Taylor at site, deciding what vegetables you Parrish pointed out the top six hogs Bradford County booth at the State Sincerely
Ruth Johnson
will grow, and planning or making a Fair:
in the entire show will be the only ones
tficient municipal 964-6280 or Neil H. Spirtas, garden design. sold. Altogether a total of 65 hogs will 2211 Country Club Ave.,N.W.
idgeting, deficit spending Community Development be entered in the swine show.Parrish ., E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Co., Huntsville,Ala. 35805 ':
". (oven. techniques from a cityanager's Agent at Macclenny 2593520. In planning the ,many Gator Freightways, Meadows I
and state govern- factors should be considered\ so as to revealed Diane! and Walter Tropical Plants, Mrs. Harry Cooney. THANKS THE BCVF1J, i
ofvv This is an opportunity that insure maximum production from Westcott of Starke will have a booth Robert Hanna Bradford-Union Vocational I would like to !I
,,'nt specialist's point should not be passed up. land available. on behalf of Bradford; County in the Technical Center and the City preciation to.the BradforCounty I
n- i J. State Fair which will run Feb.-R nO ,$J Jj.t11 rI Votiinfeeit Fire 'Departrieflt who
( *
Grow the crops that are liked by 1r 0 J. ,}. through their abilities and your family. This. list may be limitedby '
the safety of our homes and
I the size of the garden and by the businesses in the county, brought
A World Court Problem crops that are likely to be successfulin l ( under control a fire that had workedits
our area. For example asparagusand way onto the property of my
rhubarb seldom produce accep-- business last Friday.
table yields in Florida. The nutritive "
\\ ith (the 52 American Lloyd Cutler, an aide in the value of the vegetables should also be Without these men the fire would I
More than 1.2 million cubic of earth and rock
Carter administration who considered. yards have resulted in disaster. r.
i I tages now at home and the ,
had to be excavated from the site of Manhattan's Thank you.
: (day nightmare now a page played a behindthescenesrole Before planting, a plan of the World Trade Center before building could commence Cardin brothers

/n, history the question in negotiations that even- garden should be prepared on paper, -
i ;rurally arises-how can tually freed the hostages, pro- showing the location of each crop, the ---

,.h a tragedy be prevented posed that the nations of the amount to be planted on each date, I
to follow earlier ones, and com I
world agree: to shun and use crops
'mi ever happening again?
economic sanctions and other panion crops that are to be planted in .J*,
the same area. ..
fee I answer is not one that measures against any nation HI T. fi

tumid be made by the United that ever again seizes another. When making y'uQ r en pfc m the

MOS( alone. Future incidents country's diplomats. following suggestionsma.behelpful: Watch I
room and should not be Arrange crops.LJnrt' are to be:planted your
first along one'side-of( the garden. t
t 'evented by unilateral Mr. Cutler suggested an in- Place long-season crops such as
1 Mi-fats and tough talk about ternational accord under strawberries to( one side of the gardenso'
nat we can do and will do if which nations would close they will not interfere With the

1 .' :safely and security of ou r"lIlh.l down their embassies in any preparation of the garden each Fortune

*>sips around the world country that sanctioned the season. Plant tall-growing crops on grow
the north side of the garden so. they
< ('\'cr'jolated again. The taking of hostages and would will not shade oUier plant/j-/; "
I nhlt'm) is bigger than that, expel that country'sdiplomats : .. ,. ; '

lid) I it should not be for the from their own soil.It Group crops of similar maturation .
i nited States to solve alone. dates together so that the space may
be prepared easily for later plantings.If MONE"t'MAAKET CERTIFICATEper
\Who knows which nation was proposed that the space permits, plant enough of each i ,

ill I be the next victim of such agreement should be trig- vegetable for freezing, canning, and
storing as well as for fresh use. Allow '
gered automatically once the 'r
? It well be
III outrage
ample between rows for conve-
space .
.real Britain France, Italyr World Court found that nient cultivation,depending upon the f % I
any other nation on earth. diplomats had been illegally type of tool to be used. Don't plant too 12"

Hie world community of na- detained by their host nation.A much of any one crop at one time. per annum- '

I uons I, : has as much at stake in criminal act against any Make succession: 'plantirigseyery 10 rrifnrnum:1jow

.I'1i' flagrant violations t of in- one nation is, in effect, a to 14 days of radishes, snapi>eans. $500 : available for a limited rime. "

national law as has the criminal act against all, andno sweet corn and other crops to provide
1 ;uled States fresh vegetables overa, long period.A "
nation in the future shouldbe
similar effect will'result from plan- -
The fact that all nations of placed in the position of the ting at the same time two or more 12 7 8 %
"' civilized world are in theme United States in having to deal varieties with different maturity Effectiveannual

boat when dealing with with such criminal acts alone. dates. yield

'11 I outlaw such as Iran, was Through careful planning and companion '
lomted( out by former Jpact, with all nations cropping, production from the Sy6MOP1THMOHEYMARKETCERTIFCATE
Set-rotary of State Edmund assuming responsibility, small garden may be greatly increased. : ,. .

\fu.*>kie and several other would be the best assurance Provided the soil is properly fertilized .
.iitnmcntators on Sunday I that such an act would never and water is available, frequently .
two or three vegetables may
''Hevision programs take place again. be grown in the same area. For instance : :
,.crops that mature quickly can -14..371 % ::
ne planted between me rows or in the

rows that occupy the space with crops per annum : ,, .
for a relatively long period. Lettuce ., .'
and cabbage are often set alternatelyin $ 10 000 minimum, Avodoble '_'. '''.
the row, with radishes planted between -. "
Thursday January 29; through ;
the rows The raddishes and let- '
tuce are out of the way before the cab-. Wednesday February 4 Automoricolly; ,
Umli-r W.I hiI19Ion.lhe total Federal payroll was about S350. pt bage needs the space. renewed. at the rote' in effect or' rnnturitv .,

f.d.rolrieulonomwqurt.dwbvoMal, p.noIyhw.o.Ind.oral'.onl.n.( ./ .
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very, very slow recovery from being felt In central Florida due to the Other governors are S.L. (Jimmy)
the current economic slowdown was Disney World influence, Nickel said. Peek Kenneth Platt, John Smith,
L4 projected by a state economic plan- In Jacksonville, housing is up. Floyd Settles, Steve Denmark, Andy
i [! ner to some 180 area businessmen Nickel pointed out that northeast Jordon, L.M. Gaines, J.J. Wolbert
Saturday, Jan. 24, at the annual diaper Florida tends to grow slower and the Judge Elzie Sanders, Ray Norman,
meeting of the Starke-Bradford northern part of the state tends to Benton Fut h, and Hazel Hardy.
*7 p County Chamber of Commerce. grow slower than the southern half.
Fgi Good times in the third quarter of Insurance companies in Jackson- Norman
$ : r last year were a fluke because growthin ville have been laying off employees Receives Plaque
money caused intererst rates to because of the economy.
drop last summer, said Jill Nickel Northeast Florida was not as affected Outgoing President Ray Normanwas
economic planner with the Division of by the recession. presented with a plaque com
Economic Development of the Over the past nine years the population memorating his year of service.
i Florida Department of Commerce. has increased 63 percent Union Norman recognized the board of
Because of the availability of money County went up 84 percent, and Put- governors who work with him during
thought the recession was over nam County's population, accordingto fits year as president of the Chamber."It .
meta Nickel Nickel.A .
spending money, has been a privilege and an
said. high percentage of the people in "
honor to president, Norman
serve as
Consumer buying brought the state the Starke-Bradford County area you
Wife Rebels at Saloon Floozie... out of the recession in 1974-75, Nickel work outside the area Nickel said.' said.
said. Nickel reported Florida has a lot to Membership increased from 150 to
I Mrs. Slade (Chris Wilson), wife of the local tavern Other characters\ In this scene from "Ten Nights in a
The speaker pointed out most of her offer, including great living condi 165 during 1980, Norman pointed out.
keeper fusses at hubby (Don NeeD about the Lady of the Barroom">are l-r) Grover Howard Josh Sutherland, work deals. with economic studies of costs in the area President Norman said the community -
Evening (Carolyn Canova) being In the salooa. Charles Hall, and Bob GanbaU."Ten the metropolitan areas of the state, are relatively cheap,she said. is sold by the Chamber of
not with communities like Starke and Commerce. He stated Executive
Bradford County. Benton Futch Vice-President Bill Wilson answers
U Nights in a Barrom" Opens Friday All forecasts point to the state home New CofC Head many a letter by mail promoting the
building to recover by the end of the Starke-Bradford County area
year Nickel said. Benton Futch was installed as
Inflation in Florida was 13.5 percentlast president of the Chamber for 1981 at Norman, a local banker, stated the
The new local stage production of 1890's, it was considered: a most include Jerry Gusweiler, Don Neel the
"Ten in Barroom" serious and emotional melodrama.Jocke"s Grover Howard, Charles Hall, Josh year. banquet. economy during the past year has not
Nights a opens Only industry to show a gain in the Other 1981 officers are Past- been the best in the world.
tomorrow night (Friday, Jan. 30)) at current rendition adds only Sutherland, Richard Jockel Joey state last year was the electronics industry President Ray Norman, Vice-
the Starke Golf and Country Club. music from the Gay 90's era.. Herres, Bob Gaubatz Chris Wilson, which 10 percent over the Presidents Elzle Sanders and Steve
Norman said Wilson is ready to
Carolyn Canova Cassie
The ,
flowery language may seem Cooper,
Four of the six performances are strange at the opening, but it's Sylvia Reddish, and Pauline Tanner. previous Nickel year, Nickel interest said.rates to Denmark, and Treasurer Hazel Har work with you. His job is a fulltim\
already sold out.Tickets,at$10 each expects con- dy.New one.
English. Gene Tanner handles the lighting tinue to be high in 1981 in the northern members of the Board of
are available only for opening night The has most hokey
Jan. 30, and the final Friay night, thing imaginable-play villain every,a heroine, 'and Mrs. Mona Canova provides the part of the country, continuing to 'Governors,to serve three-year terms, "The Chamber is only as strong as***
Feb. 13.The a fallen angel with a heart of gold,the piano accompaniment. make it difficult for people to sell are Dallas Mayo. Pat Farnsworth, its members," President Norman
drunk homes so they can move to Florida.A Bill Alderman, Evelyn Womack, said. "It takes two, you and the
the ,
idiot town ,
middle Friday Feb. 6, and aU village poverty tremendous amount of growth is Doyle Thomas, and Sam Adukiewicz. Chamber.
The set in
three Saturday performances are death and sorrow. play a
the evils of Deamon
barroom to show
sold out.The play will run Friday and
Saturday night the next three Rum.

weekends, Jan. 30-31, Feb. 6-7, and As in the old days, the characters
Feb. 13-14. during some changes,the acton step
out of character,and come before the
Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. The play
olio curtain to perform vaudeville
starts at 8
p.m.Different selections.This cast does, tool
from any of the previous Chorus for the play includes Sandy
plays by Richard Jockel and his Douglas, Judy Dukes Ruth Riddick
players, "...Barroom" is a Sandy Sanders, and Tarci Wolbert.
temperance, or anti-liquor
melodrama. First produced in the Cast members with speaking parts EVERYTHING WE SELL HAS A


. School Lunch Menus GUARANTEE;

Southside, Starke Lawtcy Tuesday Feb. 3: Chicken ft rice, 1 SUPER SUPER

Hampton Brooker EI men- green beans, applesauce, but- 2 3 BAS DISCOUNT 2

tary and Bradford Middle msquares, hot biscuits, HEAD STALKS

Schools: Wednesday and Feb. 4 Spaghetti w/meat .,
February 2.. sauce, cheese stjk tossed salad, ,.4.!)',' : !
Monday Feb. 2: Beefvegetablesoup French bread, apple crisp, and : 1 .''O' :', 'lUI.LiaJ:.:! : : 68 78 !

cheese toast, crackers, fruit milk. ,, ,.; ", ',
cup, and milk Thursday Feb. S: Sausage, rice & .
Tuesday. Feb. 3: Fried chicken, tomato gravy turnip greens cornbread WHITECLOUD'BATHROOM M SAVE 20" dSAV 21'r ; 'SAV 0
mashed potatoes & gravy, green peach half, and milk: : '
peas, pineapple, wheat rolls, and Friday. Feb. Corndogs., baked -. .

beans, potato rounds, applesauce, : TISSUE "ratL11 i 'Sa3 .
Wednesday. Feb. 4 Hamburgergravy cookie, and milk. : .. -
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cheese grits, turnip greens, Monday Feb. Z: Hamburgers, pizza 1 210 78cg $239 48C 88
peaches, banana pudding, corn- French fries,mllh Al ee. .......-. FT. .
bread, and milk. Feb. 3 Hamburgers .
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corn on the cob, French fries, French fries, onionkes French: O JAN.COUPON a*THMI.nHAn,500"'O.IIPOOD VCD..PI!..4. !..!.LIMIT-"" Red Radishes. 14 AM 1M Slaw or SaIad.pKo.480SAVB .
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Wednesday Feb. 4: Cheeseburgers, ..................1Ircata Assorted Greens 98 Anjou Pears. Ln48* Rutabagas tu23c
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2-6 Thursday, Feb. S: Cheeseburgers, PANTRY PRIDE HOT DOG OR PANTRy"'PRIDEPANTRY'
Monday. Feb. 2: Hamburger gravy, Pizza, French fries, milkshakes. HAMBURGER"ROLLS
mashed potatoes, turnip French fried mushrooms. RINSO <
cornbread, apricots, cookie amend Friday.Feb.I:Corndogs I,pizza,hamburgers '" .
milk. ,French fries,milkshakes. PRIDE LAUNDRY BAGS

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January 215. 198$ TEUCHAPH: Pue 7AA

Co. T:: jikir': ; .
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The Bradford County' Housing tion loans no later than April 1 due to, cent or more. Hardy said that all in- Keystone State Bank. mains
Finance Authority voted Tuesday to the fact that construction of the dications( are that Interest'rates will approximately $5,000,000 in mortgage
extend the commitment period on its homes must be completed by June 30, not drop as low or below Ili4 percentin funds available under th..?HFA program
UVi percent mortgage program from 1981. Borrowers wishing to purchase the foreseeable future, and the pre- but there remain only a few
nine months to 12 months, carrying existing homes should file their applications sent HFA program presents a real op- more months to participate under the I
the program through May 31, 1981. no later than May IS, the portunity to prospective homeowners, program.
HFA warned. but an opportunity that must be actedon
.: The Authority's action was taken at once. The income level has been raised,
following the passage of a bill by Congress Dudley Hardy, HFA attorney, said The three local lending institutions and families with a combined incomeup 1 : .
in December allowing a com- this is the final extension possible offering the lift percent bond moneyare $26,627 are now eligible to participate f h
mitment period in the Mortgage under the law which requires HFA : Florida Bank at Starke; Fortune in the program and obtain a 4Y
Security Bond Tax Act of 12 months bonds to be redeemed at the end of a Federal Savings !& Loan; and the 95 percent loan.
This was three months longer than 13 month period dating from May
the HFA initially set up in Bradford 1980.Hardy Nursery Rhyme Pageant PresentedBy
County. said the llVi percent money
Persons wishing to take advantage should be and is very attractive to Students at Day 'Care Center at RJE ? _
of the|111A percent interest rate were borrowers since mortgage money

advised by HFA, however, to make from conventional sources is demanding A number of youngsters aged 2-4 youngsters are enrolled in the program :
their applications for new construe interest rates around 14 to 15 oer- presented program sponsored by according to Taylor.
the Community Day Center at the Taylor stated the youngsters par. ,
RJE School, Wednesday, Jan. 21. ticipate in the Day Care Program
A capacity crowd watched the Monday-Friday from 7:30: a.m. to 5

Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S. D.C. I youngsters perform to the nursery m.The.
,,. rhyme "Little Red Riding Hood." school is located at 1080 North I
Hardwick Taylor. Executi'veDirec-, Pine Street in Starke. I
Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C.
tor of the program, welcomed the The following youngsters par-
I crowd and told them that they!are still ticipated in the skit: Latechia Alston, L-.i4: ... .
.. Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt accepting children. Currently 33 Tamara Ellerson Toika Strong,
I Willie Cohens and Shermon Ross. Best BMS Square Dancers...

CHRIST Winning first place In the over-all competition in EMS: square tlaiuiiiK are
.. SR-21 North (I-r): Bottom row- Kay Allen. Len Eaves. and Kim Brown Standing- Tracy
Bellinger. Karen Klmutis Keith Kehoe, Leslie John*. Danny Jordan.
Keystone Shops Suite 5 LUTHERAN CHURCHPastor

Phone 4733604Hours
Glen Schmlege 473-2419 Bradford Middle School NewsDates

9 a.m. 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p.m.
to Remember: Scholastic Achievement Honor Roll is
Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. Church Service 10:30: am Monday, Jan. 26-Report cards as follows:
went home. If you have any questions, 6th GradeA
9 a.m.-l p.m. Thursdays please feel free to( call the office for an Honor Roll
Keystone Lion's Club appointment with your student's Stephen Akridge.AB .
Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities teachers. Honor Roll
.. I *Sundav School and Bible School Resumed 9 amP Friday, Jan. 30-50's Day at BMS. Phillip Moore, Donald Thompson,
All faculty and staff members are en- Lisa Waters, Amanda Williams
--- couraged to dress appropriately. We Justin Williams, Kimberly Norman,
will have a great time I Cynthia Parado, Rex Bailes, David
Saturday Feb. Valentine's Day Burns, Johnnie Clark, Kelley
IY r'p' ?T Dance in the BMS gym. Time: 7 -10 Jackson, Tammy Dempsey and
p.m.. Admission $1.00 for 8th grade Chuck Coburn.
and below students in the county. Scholastic: Achievement:
Plan to bring that special someone Kimberly Sapp, Amy Black Lisa
'. } and dress in your Sunday best. Nettles, Robert Barnes Learantine
:;'= ur .:w J,, ,J !*_,'' Artist of the Week-Kelly Jackson Jefferson, and Wendy Hsieh
J a r -Kelly is in Mrs. Brewer's 2nd periodArt 7th GradeA

class and did a very nice pencil Honor Roll
drawing of a butterfly.The Allen Gonzalez, Marsenna Brantlyand
BMS Square Dance In- Sharon Martin.
t MARKET STYLE YOU CAN'T tramurals were held Tuesday,Jan. 21 A/B Honor Roll
[ at 7 p.m. in the BMS gym. Eighty-five Deanna Tomlinson, Stacy Parrish,
SLICED'e L BUY BETTER students competed in the competitionwhich Michael Alvarez, Allison Denmark,
consisted of Singing and Pat- Erica Gruen. James Hayes, Lynn
BACON ...s WHY tern Calls called by Jerry Petrel. Holtzendorf, Tonya McCloud. Teresa
PAY MORE? Exhibitions were put on by membersof McCollum, Donna Barker Edward
the Strawberry Teens Square Hall Richard Osteen, Amy Jo Carter
SUPER t' :r=1 SUPER Dance Club. The judges for the com Karen Martin, Donna Parado, Rita
Morris and Sharon Richardson and Parrish.
DISCOUNT PRICK EFFECTIVE ten petition were: Stacy
CARTON DDAMTIIILS w IIUIOTO.Of ALC MOtU IPDNNllt0AtflOle Williams, Dot Salazar Scholastic Achievement
S LBS Mike Christmas and LeAnn Flynn Tommy Parker.8th: .
Many thanks to J.E. Mott and Jim GradeA
,:t.... .4 .' Duncan for their help with the sound Honor Roll
3fl 9S :.2'8' ..0"""E ( : Ii system. Also special thanks to all Philip Crews, Rosaland Lennon.

.. : ', .. ., those who helped with the concession John David Francis, Stephanie Hed-
; LB LB : '. ". .. E-. stand, door admissions and as ding, Tanja. Rigby- ., and Melame
'' r 'I w chaperons. Coach Petrella would like Wood.
SAVE .30'. A LB .SAVE 40' A LB ., SAy g..4.o.'... tic; .,N .A..R1.RRJD. = to-thank everyone..tbat.partlcipated. .. A/B Honor Roll
.., I.: .ilor an outstanding job. Douglas Heaton,'Kim Brown, Linda
-'L.__ ...- s SODAS I Results of the 1981 Square Dance In- Dewitt, Rhonda Sapp, Sabrina Snell.

.... VAILY..DA.CMNC.UP S1-'O. "'.1.........tol Lao INIH YAILIY ILICTDCENT. II I tramural are as follows: Holly Stills Kim Sapp, Christine
..CDT alIP 8188 Qtrs. Pork Loin LB*! ? I lit Place 6th Grade Winners: Sherwin Judy Strickland, James
Sirloin Steak. n'29 Chuck Roast. ,,. LS ', U .59C : Square#6-Lynn Holtzendorf, Chuck Muse, James Norman, Lisa Green.
MVLIO'AL. S.Lm, ..., SAVE al)'- l o'PKQ SKILLET BRAND TWO Gnder Marie Innocent Con
ftAVI 40A LkV rntSH VALLI'U.D..C"OOC..IIO.ELEM FUMW VALLBV 41 oVD* CHtMCK I38AVC Coburn, Felicia Hart Greg Wiggins Nancy ;
Round Steak. ui278 Short Ribs . Ls.l58 Sliced Bacon. 5 LITER 'I I. Sandra Cam Tom Watson, Tammy nie Moody, Susan Navalany, Brenda
2O*A LB.OVER 3 IBS SMOKED! J Dempsey and Kristin Alday. Bawek, Janet Brooks, Kimberly
.. AVC A im ovn i LM PKMM nun With' IhU coupon good Thur.. Jon 19
XVI Kf AL rHUH VuauarLA.txoRnercNUtA ........ _l.*.. 8 8* I list Place Foster Robert
U CHOK Slab Bacon LB thru Wed.. r.... 4. IBB I. Limit-1 I Overall Competition Cogdill, Cheryl Spitze.
Cubed Steak LB 8288 Beef for Stews LB.188' ; coupon wit* II >7">or more Food Square 13/ Karen Kimutis, Keith Vickie Thomas. Rebecca Young,
.AVC 20>tt1 t* FHtH VAIXIV It,"..* MnW A'" Oft.III l.UUM 11 flOMtV S Si'S.'MiTuffSK'oWHrtH.MIAftf WITH: H IM>IMAVQ PICK D.U"' O.'>'HE'..CHICK a Order.,. .Tobacco' 'product? txcludcd. I I Kehoe, Kim Brown Danny Jordan, Patricia Barber, Andy Nguyen,

CHOICE BLADKChuck Steak. LB819g Ground Beef. .LB.148 Fryer Combo PKG. LB8118 & ,.. ......_1. Allen Leslie and Johns Len, Eaves.Tracy Bollinger, Kay Sheila Donald Patel Thornton, Elizabeth, Pam Austin Payne.,

2nd Place Square #10 Angela Regina Cannavo Janet Griffis,
__ -. Childress Richard Osteen Lynn Lenore Welty and Diane Wood
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;iI,..." ';J FARMLAND Cain,Tom Watson Tammy Dempseyand Tonya Mitchell Daniel Duffy,
.' BONELESS DISCOUNT SLICED :iaJt8J L"'m'RA.nKSSMOKED Kristin Alday. Richelle Stowe, Monica Berry,
HAMS BEEF ,"1E1' 3rd Place-Square#6 (See above). Pamela Boswell, Willie Wright Jimmy
FRESH WESTERN U UMT The Third Six Weeks A, A/B, and Brookins and Valarie Jenkins.

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SAVE 60' ALB k (:: by Elizabeth G.Walker service 11 a.m. All members and

.98' g 8 QUA FRESHTOOTHPASTE phone 964-6683 friends are invited.
3T05 The Victory Temple of God l: The
FfrQWtiPLAIN. :I LBS LB 3 LBS LB :. members cordially welcome you to
SAVE! 30'A LB SAVE 30' ALB l !wE : Negro History Month: attend their worship services each
... The history of the Negro from the
1010 pNIU, 4.,....299'AVE Saturday at 12 noon.
'..TU8e1.f dawn of civilization to the present will New Bethel Baptist Church: The
I be presented during Negro History pastor and officers of the Youth
.....,:::I ,a SAVEM-4a; ON.a,,.,.SOFT.MED OR HARD Month. A series of programs will be
": Church will attend a Sunday School
;>' ,To ..iJbfuqb'es. 5/'l presented throughout Bradford Coun- and
'i, / 10-.lfaa W 0.FYNB BFRED SAVE 40'- I 01,1.LYRES SQUARE. BTU State Congress in Ocala
.] C 198 5)4 ty. This year's theme: Role Model Wednesday Jan. 28.
Quarter ;Oleo. 38e. Cooked Ham SLICED ;.,
I ( ) Sha }of' 129 For Youth. Music, poetry art, Sunday services will begin with
.*4am PKQ SQUARE OR RounD pOO ILK.ENCE. ) renditions of Black
AVE 10FKO. BUIB BOTtNET JAVE religion and other
) .:; : Sunday at 10 a.m. Morning!
Quarters Oleo ....- 58 Variety Pack 8SSS 9198 VO.5 Haile origin will be presented. Service 11 a.m. Rev. Sylvester Bright
l : Feb., 5. the first
i'ray: Thursday night
will deliver The
EVERY DAY SAVE ,8138 *2 36 SAVE 1.20 ON a,aeo: program of the series of seven will be will be in charge of services all day
Cheese. Sausage (SUNNVLANO) f
a Cottage PuffS 2lSAVE'Bfd presented at New Bethel Baptist
.Soft. .( URTY) Sunday. Prayer services each
EGG AVE 40'.Ifoa PKO.AXELHOO WHOLE MILK SAVE ZO'. foE CAROLINA PRIDE 1 PRESS >.'"A8adRTEOLip Church Starke, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m.
OR ONION Mozzarella'Cheese8218 I Roll Sausage .. 98c I Qilenc *1 ss We invite you and your kindred to To all Deacons and Trustees pleasebe
he rls. .. all of these activities so you may reminded of the meeting on Friday
become aware of your past present night before the second Sunday. Thisis
fl1! "A"TIIY PIlIDE and be intelligent about important in
120z FROZEN : in the interest of the Deacon
CORNFLAKES formation.Girl Trustee and Deaconess anniversary..
Notice! All Deaconesses are askedto
Scouts: Sister Mary M. Lee Wednesday.Feb. .
2/$1 Please all citizens cooperate with 4, in the annex of the church to
IIArrlaL12aa (: the Girl Scouts and purchase a box of make plans for the anniversary. The
tvtarwr 69 cookies from a Scout. We need the cooperation of all members is needed.
help of all citizens in this activity. Pleasant Grove Vnitrd Mrlhoiliit: :

18' SAVE U' .. Sunday School 10 a.m. Holy Communion -
.: .... Church Activities: 3 p.m. All members are asked to
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist attend service to grow spiritually.
: tt Church: Prayer Meeting each Ml. lIDrial1l."nltedlfthO: < .', ICA..LKIIDOR NALVES AVB tO-Uc POLY BAQ PASTRY' PRIDE! SAVE IO--22.I PERK
: : SAVE 10' lOoi noien CHIME cm SAUSAGE AVE 1" Tuesday at 7:30. Wednesday at 7:30: School 9:30: Holy Communion 11
Lambrecht Pizza. 89 Peaches (PYNB TABTE)2P1! Blackeye Peas. 3lAVE Floor Cleaner. the Circles meet at various homes. a.m.All members are asked to attend
AVE 10'. I lot>>..Tint TASTE AVE lO'.JLBMonogram: Blye Circle meet at Mrs. Elaine Lee's .and cooperate with all activities.
RAY! 10'. 10.FROZEN PEPPERONI Mandarin Oranges49 Sliced Pineapples59 Rice. 8T home. McKay's Circle and Lee's Circle The Spring Tea will be held Feb. 15,
Lambrecht Pizza. 89 will meet at Mrs. Barbara Dean's. .
SAVE 10'. le. .
AVE'4'. !.. 7:30
o. Thursday Story .
TURKEY activity.
Pot Pie PASTRY 3/-1 Hamburger Dills59 Lipton 'Tea Bags. .,169 Libby's. Corn. ,39. church. Friday 6:30: the Junior Choir Philadelphia Baptist Church:
.Beef .RIDR SAVE a0. I0m .AVE SOARM b HAMMER. MWI 1* tact AeaornNMAmn .a;" 19 and Junior'Ushers:will, meet. Satws Family Day will be observed Sunday
AVI |OV_ mOZEN; MLIACICCO ++ $ 99c Nestle HOT COCOA MIX 6:30 Official. Board meeting. Sun-. with '
-Carpet.Scent. 99 Oven Cleaner. day : beginning Sunday School 10 a,m.
Garlic Bread. .., day School 9:30.: Morning Worship 11. Morning Worship 11:30 and 3 p.m.
.-- -- --moo- ..m: Evening.Worship 6 p.m. First Born Church of the living
Greater Allen Chapel AMK God: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
=: FUNK G WAQItALLe 1 DEVILLE STONEWARE APPIAN. WAY' Church: Plans are In the making for Worship 11:30 a.m.: Tuesday 7:30 BIble -
1 8 enCYCLOpeDIA INFORMATION .;:the church anniversary which will be Study. Friday 7:30: Tarrying Service -
,: cortTl"UI .PIZZA Y ..Monday*Feb 16-21.A1I members; are You are welcome. .
; PAtSAHO SU"O' CLEAN> YOU PRE! DEVILLE STONEWARE asked to cooperate with this activity.. Church: of God of Prophecy t Sunday

REAL ITALIANDINNERSAUSAGE 'inFORMATIOMt. '. COUPON 6. YOU CAN PURCHASE ""' .NN, J ..Services"will be held nightly School 10 a.m. Morning Worship .Ilam

':i' ,TOUgAr!UltTU.NABCM: 1 IMI COMPLETEM SAT.. FEB. 14 PIECES, 1 8I.AS THRU. 5.9YW ,..1 : ''Sunday! School,))0,_Communion: ; Evening,Worship 7:30:; p.m.
'one pounD coMnm: TOUR ruiw dr OF 1.10.81 we DISCONTINUED 12.5oz' I __ .
PAil fr WITH' I'jII.S eOOFWtOOOO RIAORAIJ415CY.",'.._.----"SET ISSUINQ' DeviLLe. COUPONS. 1 'GAY7b' Ii t J I!
THRU<< W OM r...4. 1..1. ,I .:.. : 1Vleiidui l !; ;'P rtrier To. ,Face' Charges II

...,_............. .__ A ".... r y "* fft i. ,v. .. U''McLendoriLynn -
Thfe missing business partner,RytVbn. : '.. -
< ef the late Tommy W.* Mcl.en-, : left Tallahassee last Dec. 23
ort ha.been arrestcg in Puerto Ricp,', ..with S17.00Q to$19,000 from j()nt account .-
EVERY. DAY LOW PEICESI McVdinpSftnfortnatio'n: received o of he and Tommy McLndon..Lynn .,

J ahlp Le Attoruey'a.Oftlce4q. a la being,, returned; to Leon
.County ,:
iMKl"/d1dSPlai-141herg.; wtver "will..f.: e..LJlr8ea! ,
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PageHTELEGRAPII January 2% IIIKI .ir1r :;;: 'Inn'; ;, fI: 'tletrlyrti! ,)'1'' 1")'"I'l ,

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Hope BaptistTo J i 73ninute dramatic portrayal of the -----1 HI <\\"trl",:' 31UW. JIIMIidIt1R'ttyoT(lirijn'i.I "". !f

uniqueness of our nation derived from ',' ... loor1 II-J,
Hold! .RallyOne her Christian heritage including .. l I",
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I 't. '. C 1 '" J i' nt/il/h/ A'I'tI 1 N ')'' '11. '

groups.01'the America's'Liberty Baptist finest College singing special lighting units covering 12 computerized a 36' wide projection It ...'N e ;Flags; fo -:.Bradford( ; High Classrooms..i, }.t': ','r.I' ':'" '.. .'

Singers is conning to Hope Baptist screen and over 1300 visuals syn- There have,Hen no flag salute*..t Bradford High this year, because. there
Church for an"America...You're Too chronized to the lyrics of the music "have been}no flag i*clanrtwrns. Principal Jim Duncan lay";
Young To Die"rally.The rally will be and narration. : The Lake City Chapter of the Woodmen of the World however have remediedthat
the first of its nature in this area. p4 situation. with the'donation of 60 American flags. more than,enough for
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Rev Pat Murphy pastor of Hope The rally will begin at 7:30: p.m. Friday 'r t ii __________ ,each classroom: at BUS.Mr*. Shirley Drlggers. left from Lake City'made the
Baptist, states that the objective of auditorium, Jan. 30 located in the Hope SR100 Baptist bet. v presentation of Old.Glory to>> a meeting or.thq!, BHS, Advisory. Council Monday.
the rally is to"educate and mobilizethe on .night. Jam 2C. ,
'sleeping giant' of 5040( million -ween Starke and Keystone..Heights, ; The flags are meant to be used to encourage patriotism; Mrs. Drlggers told( .
evangelical Christians and morally- The public:is invited, and admission is the committee.

concerned citizen: who are determined free. ,Only problem now Is how to hang,the flags on'the walls In.BUS.
that our nation should return to _
Bible-based morality." I
During the evening the Liberty I -
Baptist College Singers from Lynchburg -
Va., will be presenting a
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Mrs C.E.'Sue' Davis As a fund raising project this year New River Baptist Church deliveredthe testimonial and fellowship around the will be glad you did. pas'Drawdy,' Lamar Barns Nickie
483-1344 the 4-H Club of Brooker will be selling devotiona I Word of God. Rev. Countryman wishes to announce Kedwell, Mike Stilwell Greag
60 watt light bulbs. A package of five Special music for the morning wor- The speaker for the evening wor- that each Sunday: Sunday Pardee Joel Brewer David Peoples
Brooker Elementary for 3. Please support your local shp hour was presented by the men's ship was Brother Randell Crawford of School begins at 9:45 and worship ser 'A,B. Moon Jr; and Paul McDavid.The .
A Title 1 PAC meeting was held 4.U'ers'h' 'n they come calling choir under the direction of Tommy the Evergreen Church. Brother vice at 11. In the afternoon. Church boys are very proud of their ad-
Thursday Jan. 22, at the Brooker Brooker Brownies Cox. Crawford is very active in the youthof Training at 6 p.m. and worship at 7. ,vancement and are now working on
school. The meeting focused on three The Brooker Brownie Troop marched Guest speaker for the morning wor- his church. Refreshments were The public is invited to attend. one or their' next badge which will. be
areas of discussion led by Judy Bur- in (lie Mason's 100th Birthday ship was Brother Roger Carlson, served in the Fellowship Hall after both services Tenderfoot.
rows, Title 1 teacher. The discussion parade Saturday Girls participatingwere Chairman of Deacons of the Em- service in honor of the young people of Boy Scout Troop SIS Stephen' A.. Hunter, scout leader
included: 1)) How your child becomesa Sarah Douglas, Audrey Stone, manus Baptist Church in Dudley, both churches that took an active partin Brooker Troop S16 has an active reported the recent campout was
Title 1 student 2) The goals Stephanie Gainey, Tracy Raulerson, the services. membership of 24 boys.. These boys ,outstanding for a first for new
established for your child and 3) Melissa Hislop Lisa Drawdy, Karen NCThe Brooker Boy Scouts were also Keen Agers Luncheon represent families in our community. members. Some items were forgottenthat
Resources used in reaching these Stokes and Megan Navalany. special guests and acted as color Thursday Jan. 29, the Mature As time progresses we will see were needed but experience is
goals. The Brownies are planning a trip in Christian Fellowship Club will attenda many good deeds performed in ,and considered the best teacher and they
March to Disney World for the Girl guards for the special thanksgiving covered dish luncheon at the Church around the town. won't make the same mistake twice.
Those in attendance at the meeting Scout's 'Whistle While You Work" service that took place on the east Fellowship! Hall at Being a new troop three officers Rolling out of sleeping bags in the
included PAC president Ethel day They are making yarn octopusesto lawn of the church following morning 11:45: a.m. All were appointed and two voted in. Officers woods in 17 degree weather was quitean
Douglas, vice president. Sue Hodge, sell and planning bake sales to worhsip. Scripture readings, prayer members are invited to come and en- are: Quarter' Master A.B. experience for the young men. The
secretary, Pat Pardee Jeanette raise money for their trip Keep your and ringing of the church chimes joy the fellowship and good food. A Moon, Jr., Assistant Quarter Master. fellows say they are all looking forward
Prescott, Sandra Hislop and Wanda eyes and ears open for their sales. marked a great day for all of us as we guest speaker will be present to talk Mike Stilwell, Librarian -' Trampas to the next trip which will be
Hodge. gave thanks for the safe return of our with the members about food stamps .
will he coming
They coming boon Scribe Kevin Starling,
The meeting began at 9:30: in the people from Iran New River Baptist ChurchA Drawdy Aide Thomas Moon. soon.Th
morning and adjourned at 11. Iliuitkrr Baptist Church The evening worship hour was fund raising project is on the Chaplain's members received their new OHlco Shop
Refreshments were served followingthe Sunday was Baptist Men's Day at under the direction of our youth agenda by the young people of the 14 110 W.Call St.
meeting. the church. They began the day with a department and the youth of the New River Baptist Church. This sale rank scout badge at last Mondaynight's OH,.
M&M'slnvade Brooker breakfast for the men and boys of the Evergreen Baptist Church of Law ley. will be held in Lake Butler at the meeting. They were Mike Rental Typewriter
The sixth graders are busy promoting church at 8:IS a.m. in the educational Special music was presented by the farmers market Saturday Feb. 7. Smith, Tim Davis Thomas Tram-Moon and Calculator
the sale of plain and peanut building. Rev Jim Countryman of the youth groups and there was a Come and make your purchase. You Scott Douglas Kevin Starling tM-5764

M&M candies for a "Graduation Din- -- -- ....
ner" in May at the Hilton Hotel in r
Gainesville. v sn' "l1 We fill Medicaid prescriptions.)

Thanks to everyone who is helpingthe 'M.
/ We also honor most insurance
sixth grade class: by buying candy EC r

too.. Your sweet tooth will thank you, =Pf prescription drug programs.Ask .

Kindergarten Tours your Eckerd_ Pharmacist.
The Kindergarten class went on a
tour of Publix and Burger King in
Gainesville recently At Burger King,
after a tour of the facility the childen
were given free hamburgers and

cokes.At PROTEIN 21
the Publix the children got a O
"behind the scene" look at how a HAIRSPRAY

super market operates. 9-oz aerosol, r
They have now turned the IYU arar.M
2 types. LIMIT 1
classroom playhouse into a super 99."
market, filling the shelves with -
discarded items from home. hntttin2ft
Amateurs Watch Professionals
42 members of the after school soc --
cer program at the Brooker Elemen- k
tary School were accompanied by VICKS krnsrn$ a ..., .

Principal Buddy Paterson and twelve FORMULA44D foimula44D ,.. '" -+ / YYanYDI.IdOSCH .
chaperones to the Jacksonville Col-
iseum to observe the next to the last COUGH SYRUP "oJ.. ; ; ...... '.. 1
home soccer game of the season for 3-oz .
bottle decongestant -' C
the Tea men last Friday night. 9 cough mixture.
Everyone enjoyed the game but 13 LIMIT 1 VO5 SUPERS IRISH SPRING
were disappointed when the Tea men
lost to the Tampa Bay Rowdies. SHAMPOO BLADES BATH SOAP
Kyle Starling and Michael Bass 15-oz. plastic bottle.Normal Twin blade cartridges, pack of Long lasting deodorant bath
were named "Soccer Player" of the or Henna. LIMIT 1 bar 3.5-oz. LIMIT 4

week Moon for and the Tammy younger league.Thomason Thomas are ASCRIPTINTABLETS po;
: 40
players of the week for the older soccer 9 9'9cr
league. !
Parade Held at BrookerA Aspirin withMaalox. Aslri rte.'n BARS
large crowd of well wishers lined 9 bottle of Y
the streets in Brooker Saturday afternoon 14Ph 100 LIMIT 1 a t,. >, f ,, -

to witness the largest paradeever ., .
held in the town.This first was in 1

honor of the 100 year celebration of w r l lr
Pine Hill Mason Lodge No. 9. 4 I g
The parade got underway at 3 p.mat '
the Brooker Elementary School BRUT33 -- :. rnM17 I EASYWIPES Jill' D
with a lead off car from the Sheriff's Palckoh8reuY0usbtibse+lClothsl _
Department followed by the Yorkrite DEODORANT SPRAY ,p 2f (j;b1*, '
Color Guard from Msons.The K
Lawtey AECiI, 58+
rest of the parade was as follows: Choose5.5-oz.deo-dorant or 5-oz anti- p, r1 ; y FOR H IOI PACK LIMIT 2'

Shrine Lodge Morocco members Temple in cars members, Starke 99.J perspirant. LIMIT 1 ( "H.r .

with their little two and four seater
surreys, Gainesville Shriners, the
crazy wheel car midget car and two I CUT&FIT --
operators on crazy wheels. The 4-H
Club float was outstanding with each VICKS DAYCARE FURNACE FILTERS. T2L88tJ
department represented as follows: Ready e"'tto3F"'
swine group, beef and dairy, clownsfor CAPSULES n ns :your
recreation sewing, wood work, Multi-symptom ? + C /ant ac Iflcatlon ; .<- IIdE'
poultry and agriculture. This was 9 medicine. Bottle of 'yEG69eii4C:; ? ls l
followed by the Cub and Girl Scouts 1ft 20. LIMIT 1 MULTISYMPTOM }
Lawtey Correctional Institution No. 1 COLDS MEDICINE ,. tt
Rescue Unit, Lawtey engine No. 1
Fire Division, Brooker Fire Department
Ricks Salvage float with a J v Qr.a SCHRAFFT'S .j SRI r
missile in tow followed with riders on VANISH
The parade proceeded west on Main .Chocolate-covered centeraJJEG.$5.99 LIMIT 1. 75-oz., Keeps 9km
street to the end of town, turning one IMPERIAL HEARTS ; toilet bowl clean 'FfL tYjty' tiji
block south then back east to disbanat For relief of/ heartburn Cinnamon 8oz. box. REG. 69 LIMIT Z ,...1J.FOA.' 69 & fresh.,1
the school. 9& Indigestion Bottle of i VALENTINE MINIKINS *. '1"v REQ. 99-
Free entertainment of rides was offered 37 100. LIMIT 1 7-oz.size lor your Valentine REG.$1.59 LIMIT l'' ::;;.99c LIMIT 2
to the public by the Shriners in "'
the Surrey and crazy wheel cars after ;D URN :: l'fL.
: I
the parade, ecasaaa. Choice of cuddly bears, dogs more. >, '," :,2, \ 14. f
A fish fry dinner was served to Anx'1 Yw'S
those participants of the parade by DEPEND
the Pine Hill Mason Lodge No. 9 at the ECKERD P ADHESIVE

farmer's market at 3 p.m. BALSAM & PROTEINCONDITIONER 31-INCH ** Permanently
The Lodge Hall was open before the WICKER LAMP O bonds most ,.1Sw
parade and closed after the dinner Ifi surfaces If) '
hour. Worshipful Master E.W. Natural color wicker seconds.REQ. .
Hodges stated that sizes of 16-oz. bottle column with plastic'
comparing : 1999 $2.98
2 types. LIMIT 1 .
pleated shade.
towns, this had been one of the most 89"
outstanding parades he had had the Y81 NI r,11CONIM11hN REG. $29.95 ,_ ,
pleasure of being a part of. c

Littla .Matthugh Crosby, 2't year .
old son of Susie and Hughy Crosby attended t- EXPRESSO
his first parade Saturday WICKER/PLASTIC
afternoon. The excitement and "
,tl Choose blue,black
the little fellow's face _fiB 'tf%
piness on ex- <
pressed the feelings of all those of us TABLETS DROPS ': :- 5'C 'look.Colorful plastic with wicker 3/ 3 or red Ink.

in the community when we CHOICE \ REG.6ge EACH
say __ I-INCA 7v.-INCH FOR .
"Happy Birthday Masons" and 28 8YOUR 42 tablets orVioz. -.__ ,REQ.$3.49 REG.$449 "r g
thanks for a lovely afternoon. drops! LIMIT 1 ? '
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244 377
dairy food display was exhibitedby
Deborah Green of her 4 Hprojects !
as one .
Saturday afternoon. at .., :"' .M1 I MERSIO''-" -....-... _.. .

Brooker School. .
r, The 4rH'ers also held a bake sale TAMPAX 'i': tHEATE i"1"'I.'a!
. before and after the parade.,The sale 'PL:ANT.STAND 1:1 IwUi.k1; ;'"'
turned out to be
:.. ', very successfulThe Box of40,Regular. circular J88. :p stoop. 1 L''
4-H'er next. project is, the A 9 natural wood q .tl.
"Community Pride Project" for the 29 Super or Super Plus 2295'sl1e1VeS' Easy to assem ;4J Yd el.r .
LIMIT l' ; RJ<
'beautiflcation,of 'the Mason Lodge ., A' ). : $29.95'I_ steins f'B,Ofi) l.a""l. .
and club house grounds. TIM Masons

'<('are'planning to -epainf.Jhe( building J Taft" !. '._..: ". ,J. . . MYYM. to .'
during the summ r,

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.January re. 1981 TELEGRAPH Page SA

Jaycees To SponsorMembership Michael Bishop r f d t Y/r7 L'llrIk1

Night Wins Century, III Conservation Comments

And Pool Tourney: : ScholarshipMichael UI'Y

The Starke Jaycees are sponsoring, Bishop, son of George BC Teachers'Present by Bern Smith tion on land capability'uae,
a Pool Tournament Tuesday. Feb. 3, Bishop.Jr. and Marjorie Fancho of Soil Conservationist rates of soil erosion,acreage of prime
at the Younger Generation Starke Jacksonville and grandson of Mr.and BEA With Chair and potential farmland wetlands and
to kick off a Membership. Drive. Mrs. A.B. Whitehead St. of Starke. National Resources Inventory The Irrigated land was collected For the
has won a scholarship with Century Soil Conservation Service has started 1963 Inventory observations will be
Membership i> open to all men In III.. Bradford County teachers gathering information for the 1982 National made at many more sampling units.
Bradford County between the ages of Bishop.was winner in the Century presented an office chair to the Brad- Resources Inventory (NRI). New data on windbreaks, critically
18 and 16.Prizes III Leaden Program. Because of his ford Education Association in ap- This Is the most comprehensive eroding areas cropping history and
for the winners will be pool) demonstrated tyt be has been predation of the dedication and many natural resource Inventory ever land cover will be collected.
cue sticks for first, second and third elected from hundreds of applicantsin long hours put in by the BEA officers undertaken by the Soil Conservation The information will be useful to
place. Florida to receive a 1,500 scholarship and bargaining team. Thelma Thorn- Service and will be a top priority project conservation agencies, planners, landowners -
to continue Ms education. In addition ton, social studies teacher at Brad over the next two yean.Data will and operators. It will help
Activities begin at ? p.m. with the as a Century III leader' he will 9Sitting ford High School, made the presentation be collected at 350,000)( sampling sites them make informed decisions regarding -
tournament following at 8. Everyone receive: an all-expense paid trip to to Julie Miller, BEA president,at throughout the country. their resources.
is welcome and bring a friend. Colonial Willlamsburg Va. from the high school faculty Christmas This Inventory is required by For more Information contact the
March 13-18 from the Century III party on Dec. 18. legislation. Laws such as the Rural Bradford Soil and Water Conservation
Leaders national meetina.jus Development Act of 1972, the Soil and District phone 9644280, ext. 289.
In addition to Mrs. Miller BEA of- Water Resources: Conservation Act of
ficers include vice- 1977 and the Surface Mining
George Loper,
Reclamation and Enforcement Provisions -
:: president Jeanne Loper, secretary
; ; the t 1
and Teresa Holiday, treasurer. The of 1977 require a report on
status conditions and trend of land
team who bargained a three year con-
;** tract this past summer consisted of and water resources. In old restaurant lingo
the last National Resource
Mrs. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Loper.. During "Eve with the lid on*'
conducted In 1977 informs-
Philomena Adkinson, Carolyn Inventory was a piece of apple pie
Canova, Hilda Dey and David Pfen-

h I I I I II niger. a oncBooeeo oPOO Lawtey NewsBy .. .. ... ... .. ., I

I III Contrlbtuons for the purchase of the
chair came from teachers of all the
county schools. Those still wishing to Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott of Lakeland
I contribute to this appreciation fund Phone 7N2-3.KK:; spent the weekend with their parents
IIr may do so by contacting their PERSONALS: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier.
) building representative. Joey Starling and Miss Sherree Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of
Judy Becker Shinn were united In marriage Starke visited their mother. Mrs.
r BUS or 782-3502 January 23, 1981 at the home of his Joyce Futch. in Room 658. Alachua
I I s Pretty... brother-in-law and sister Mr. and General Hospital. Gainesville on
a I I Julie Miller poles with steno chair Mrs. Pete Starling and family in Thursday night. Her son. Terry
donated to the BEA by teachers South Jacksonville. Pastor David Futch. and sister Miss Elizabeth
Brown of the First Baptist Church Terry spent Saturday with her. and
:: Lawtey performed the ceremony.Her were dinner guests of her sister. Mrs.
Maid of Honor was Miss Kim C.E. Strickland. Another guest for
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH ship 7. Rieske and Best Man was Marvin dinner was her niece, Mrs. Charles
Roman Ahvares,Pastor Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-Week Ser- Norman.There were about 40 persons Carter of Tallahassee,'who had spent
Schedule of Services vice; 8:30 Adult Choir Rehearsal. present. Mrs. Ann Starling served a the week with them. She returned
1' 1 1'I I I Sunday: Radio Broadcast (WPXE) Thursday: 7:IS Soulwinning VisjtaB wedding cake which had a fountain in home Friday afternoon.
:35.Sunday School; Morning Wortion.. the center. Mrs. Geraldine Norman
ship 11; Adult Choir Rehearsal 5:30: ; and her daughter Rhonda served the Misses Rhonda Norman and Nancy
T Training Time 6:30: ; Evening Wor- punch. Bennett gave Miss Sherree Shinn. a
.S Lingerie Shower on Saturday at the
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
PHOTO OFFER 1 ., Buster Bennett. Miss Shinn received
TWICK THE PRINTS Get an extra set of prints with every roll of color or ." served cake and
lovely gifts.
black and white print film developed and prlnted..TODAY They
TWICE EVERYDAY.THE FILM Get two rolls of print film;for the price of one Kodacoloror EC p ,5 punch.Mr.

black and white, when you have your film processed at Eckerd's... and Mrs. Willie Green of
TODAY AND EVERYDAY. @) Starke. and her sisters visited Mrs.
GUARANTEE Buyonlythe prints you want.No hassle-even If the goof Joyce Futch on Saturday afternoon.
was In the picture taking. All of Mrs. Futch's guests were happyto

learn that she was very much im-
proved.Mr. .
and Mrs. Frank Camp attendedthe
r VIP PR01500-WATT Tommy Tatum and Miss Terri
Gaskins wedding Friday night at Nor-
0FTy W HAIRDRYER thside Church
M aeMa y Mrs. Kay Rosier returned home

15994heats.2speeds.. from St. Vincents Hospital. Jackson
yule Friday, and is feeling better.
REG. $19.99 Keith Day. nephew of Mrs. D.R.
Brown came home from Baptist
;;;.;., Hospital.Jacksonville on Friday andis

Sits...'u.rn '.11 WESTBEND 9CUPPERCOLATOR feeling better.
Mrs. Annie Rosier. I Ray Roster's
pR a mother) was a surgical patient in

... brews Green Cove Hospital of Green Cove
.. <
1 088AutomaticailY
-11-, Springs. recently.
i -,;,. It serving Mrs.[:'Marle Blom;'and her mother
hot. REQ. $12.99 Mrs. Katy MvCombs. were hostessesfor
GENERAL ELECTRIC EVEREADY a Stork Shower for Mrs Norma

PARSONS SOFT WHITE ". ENERGIZER"AA" Dobbs of Raiford on Thursday morn
WESTBEND ELECTRIC ing at 11 a.m. at Mrs. Marie Blom's
AMMONIA LIGHT BULBS BATTERIES SKILLET house. They played (two games, after

General purpose cleaner.28-oz. Choose 60.75 or 100 watts., Alkaline cells for radios calculators, Heavy gauge aluminum which she opened her gifts. There
bottle. REQ. 69- EA. LIMIT 2 27 9 construction with Silver were eleven persons there. They served
non-stick finish. cake and punch.Mr. .
RiirK. Lonzo Austin of
No.72109 REQ.$31.99 Daytona
2100FOR 171P99"aahi'i1' 3each, was a Sunday dinner guest of
iis sister Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson.Mr. .
; and Mrs. Lane Carter and baby
IiT of Lake dinner
girl. City were Sunday
.' ., . HEATERInstanton guests of their mother. Mrs. Lois
heat.automatic ther Carter.
REQ. Mrs. Beulah Norman and Mrs.
mostat. No. 96003. $34.99
fsWINGERU f-f Gladys Carter were Thursday dinner
ya"x50'2PLY 2788 guests of Mrs. Carter's brotherinlawand
GARDEN HOSE sister. Mr. and Mrs.John Aguiar.
BARGRILL, __ of Jacksonville. While in Jacksonvillethey
Designed 'for
Baked enamel fire Southern cli- did some shopping.Mr. .
8 bowl tIlt-awayhood. 299 mates. Brass fit TEXAS INSTRUMENTS and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake
:t drafts.' visited their Mr
r a adjustable ..REG.$3.99 City, parents. and
<-I REQ- $54.99 CALCULATOR Mrs. Harold Eunice on Friday after-
&3 1MQCLBAR-B-Q Compact&conven- :::: noon.
09 9 lent performs basic Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Crews and
:;1 Long handle.REG.$3.99 ....34. 'functions. Pocket size. sons and Allen Wood'were Sunday
WATER TIMER dinner of Mrs. Elsie Norman
,. No. 1030 REG. $12.99 guests
"'% No-knockwatenhut: and her grandsons Jim. Kenneth and
51 off for sprinklers& Kevin Norman.J .
9 QUART 99 under-ground sys GRAN PRIX AM/FM STEREO Prevatt Jr..of Gainesville wasa

AM CHEST tems. No. 5250 CASSETTE PLAYER Thursday dinner guest of his mother
REQ. $1299 Mrs. Carl Prevail and brother-in-law
Aurablefoamcon 8 Receives AM/FM stereo and sister. Mr. and Mrs.Truman Nor
struction with rod 8 38 broadcasts. Records or
handle. REG. $2.49 MELNOR PULSATING'SPRINtcLER plays stereo cassettes.No. man.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Lee returned

9'A .STC800 REQ.$99.99 r; .k f1:;,.. home Sunday from Bisbee. Arizona
0 Adjusts to full or part ,,;!';;{,i'!:{' after spending a week with their son.
I: .>. '\.i : \ \ in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
68 i O circle;hers up to 75 LLOYD'S CASSETTE : :.\l1I\h';
32-QUART feet In diameter. ,,'( Manuel Martinez and grandaughter.

COOLER yov 9570,REG. .$8.99 RECORDER Eugenia.
r BkjMfcQ Q AC/DC operation.Bullt- ,i Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thompson of
rS drh: Jp JJ5* *in condenser mic. Gainesville were Sunday dinner

.;f 488 hinged lid. ROD RIOT iM'Arodforeveryangler &, f NO. V180 REG. $35.99 Daisy guests Thompson.Mr. Jan. 17th of. their mother. Mrs

t ,6-8 ft ten- and Mrs. Burton Howard Norman -
fjths. Boat. Spinning & Splncast.25PFF SOUNDESIGN and daughter Hope of
I Highland were Sunday dinner guests
MULTI-BAND RADIO of (their brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
S, BATH PAK AM/FM plus Weather and Mrs. Timothy Wilkerson and
4988 band. Slide rule tuning, family. The occasion was to celebrateMrs.
Everything you ? telescoping antennaNo. Wilkerson's birthday.
99.' need for complete -. 2667 REG. $59.99 r The following friends and relativesgathered
nail .
car '" PRINCESS ANN at the home of Mrs. Rossie
REG. $1.49 Reddish on Sunday for dinner. Maxie.
OIL LAMP Cindy and Caleb Reddish of Florida
i Useful& decor- NORTHERN MIST State Prison; Randall Reddish and
DELTA SLIDESANDALS 488 alive fill with your CURLING IRON7AQ Ralph and Janae Secrest of Starke.
favorite scented Also Sheila McClellan of Starke. Buddy -
Multiple mist vents,non-
oil. REG. Vicki and Dewitt
$5.99 Revils of
V Fashionable. slides In stick curling tube & clip.
: Q Lawtey. The occasion
was to
No. 2329-6 REG.
5ft assorted sizes. No. celebrate Mrs. Rossie Reddish's

I 6206 REG. $7.99 VIP PRO ACTION eighty-third birthday. Everyone en-
joyed the dinner and birthday cake.
un The ladies of the First Baptist
KINO SIZE sracuu MSATI omn. WESTCL'OX KENO Church gave a Bridal Shower for Miss
.C..It0'8 7't position 9. Sherree Shinn in the fellowship hall on
TRAYS ii asire"**" ,
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Metaleonstruo- .."IL.........AYr.coto light or ( Large easy to read S s 4 played three games after which Miss
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colors designs. rrsN 5'9 No. VPS2FINAL hand.REG.$5.99 ladies present. They served cake and

'.,. REG.. $3.99 M STl .,..... punch.
Mr. and Mrs.. Donald Shinn.of Con
T corw N.C. spent Thursday until after
: the wedding. Mrs. Shinn
SALEPRICE8GOOD came to the
'f'i'1rfi1; -11mI1W15' Bridal Shower for her daughter. Mr.
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Clay Gilhooly"Gets Medical TrainingHospital Church St. Edward's Schedule Catholic ___Senior........., ............;. Hampton Hilightsi ___..",..-.-.>Jr'. ...._._.._

Corpsman 3rd Class Rev. Father Edward Rooneyu Bradford County Senior Citizens i by Dolores Meng ,. >, Participating in the Inside Outs and .
Michael (Clay) Gilhooly, Emergency Pastor j* .f were honored as guests at the covered I Phone 468-1913 Answer Ball games were: Christa i
Department, Navy Regional Medical Masses: Saturday Vigil-6:00 p. n.'; dish dinner given by St. Edward'sAltar i I Wood, Patricia Rhodeu Sandy:
Clinic, Kanohe Branch successfully Sunday 9:00: a.m. and 11:00: a.m.; Society Sunday evening In St. materials.On Frlese Tracy Youngblood, Grace ;
completed the Hawaii State I Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Edward's Parish Hall. Starke Police Feb. 7 the Juniors are solicitingthe Rowe and Andy Frey '
Emergency Medical Technician 8:30: a.m. Chief Jimmy Bowen as guest help of their parents in cleaningup Other students going were Bernard
Course Nov. 21. Confessions: Saturday 5 to 5:45: : speaker, Informed those attending the Hampton Recreation Park. Baez and Eddie Lloyd.Accompanying .
Fourteen people were selected for p.m. and on request. about the danger of flim Clam artists, They will plant redbud and dogwoodtrees students on the bus
the 10-week program. Gilhooly and Religious Instruction: Preschoolthru fraudulent practices and safety as part of the beautification project driven by John Meyers were Mr and
seven others completed 315 hours of 6th grade Sunday 9:45 a.m.; precautions to be taken. As part of their nature study Mrs. Bernardo Baez and Tracy, Mrs.
training and graduated from the Grades 7 thru 12 -Sunday 6:30: p.m.; Among local citizens attending the they plan to make and stock a bird Vicki Crews Mrs. Jean Russell, Mr.
course in preparation for the National Adults, -Thursday 7:30: to 8:30 p.m. dinner were Mrs. Belle Brown Mrs. feeder. This project is to encourage and Mrs. Paul Friese and Bill Guida.It .
Registry Examination. Parish Council Meets Gertrude Slade, Ruby DeWaters Mr. citizens to enjoy a place to relax and was an interesting and educational
Gilhooly 20-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Anne Samons Chairman and Mrs.James Nessmith, Mrs. Viola enjoy picnic lunches. trip for the' group. Enroute
Mrs. Mike Gilhooly! of Starke and a presided at the meeting of St. Ed Lefebvre Mr. and Mrs. Laverne These Girl Scouts are further offering home they all enjoyed a refreshmentstop
1978 graduate of Bradford High ward's Parish Council on January 20. Wellon, Mrs. Judy Spell Ruth. Meng services to those In need. Mrs. at McDonald's.'
School, was one of two corpsmen Among Items discussed were parish and Dolores Meng. Fenton their leader, may be called
selected from MCAS Kaneohe Bay by maintenance religious instruction Mrs. Nessmith and Mr. DeWaterswere for, information. Good Sews Clowns
the NRMC. Pearl Harbor to undergothe parish activities and community lucky winners of door prizes Karate Tournament Mrs. Ernestine Denmark recently
Hawaii State EMTC. He was the assistance goals. following the dinner. Among those who were awarded accompanied several of her sixth
second member from the Kaneohe Senior Citizens Honored Hampton Girl Scouts trophies for their'skill In the Karate graders when they enjoyed seeing the
Branch Clinic to complete the course. On Sunday evening the St. Edward's Junior Troop 55 last week presentedtheir Tournament in Starke on Saturdaywere ''Good News Clowns' in Starke. Before
Gilhooly received instruction and Altar Society honored Brad- Physical Education teacher. : First Place Monty Glisson; returning to school, they enjoyed milk
experience through a paramedical instructor ford County Senior. Citizens at a Mrs. Mallie Galanos a parachute to Second Place D.'J.: Riddick and shakes at McDonald's.: .
a classroom instructor, a covered dish dinner in the parish hall. be used on the Hampton Elementary Fourth Place Olie Sheppard. Con-
paramedic and doctors who worked Clay 'Gilhoolyto Altar Society president Carol School ground. gratulations! Recuperating
closely with the students concen- do their homework and pass the Ashline, welcomed guests and For their Feb. 5 cookout members Local ActressesMrs. Bradley Snow is back with his.Sth
trating on the medical tools of the tests. The instructors didn't hold our presented the pastor. Father Edward have been working hard constructingstoves Ruth Riddick and Mrs.'Cassie grade class after' undergoing an appendectomy -
trade. hands to coax us along." Rooney, who offered the blessing. and buddy burners Cooper are among the cast who will recently. Bradford-.
Upon being selected for the program The Hawaii State EMTC instructedthe Following the dinner, Starke Police The Girl Scouts are taking orderson present the musical production "Ten County Hospital. '
,he was sent to Queen's Hospitalin students on bandaging and splin- Chief Jimmy Bowen was introducedas cookies at the present time. Their Nights In A'Barroom" at the Starke Tammy Peeplesl is recuperating at
Honolulu to take the California ting, using a heart and lung guest speaker. He gave information council and troop receive a percen- Golf and Country. Club the next three home following her' tonsilectomy
Equivalency Examination. The exam resuscitator, Cardio Pulmonary on avoiding film Elam artists, protection tage of profits for supplies and needed Fridays and Saturdays. Alachua General Hospital last week.-"-'

was designed to test and determine Resuscitation; oxygen therapy, from fraud and safety Birthdays
whether selected persons qualified to checking vital signs of a casualty; precautions. He invited citizens to .._-- _.._,._---,_._.-- Jill Powers celebrated her 9th birthday -
participate in the course. sterilization techniques; ways to apply call upon him and his staff when need Did know.... on Jan. 23. Her brother Rob A-U Honor 8911Students .
Gilhooly was later screened by the I military anti-shock trousers on ed.Door you celebrated his 10th birthday on Jan. The following were listed as attain'
sponsor the Hawaii Medical Associa emergency cases and much more. prizes were presented to Rudy 24 with a party at McDonald's. ing all A's and B's''for.the third six.,
J.W. Mathews of Clinton Tenn., is
DeWaters Marcella Foster CarmenV. weeks grading period; 1st grade -
tion and Emergency Medical Ser "The doctors paramedics and in- April Scoggins was honored with a
vices Committee. The committee structors didn't try to take it easy Macias and Mabel Nessmith. Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman party for her third birthday on Jan: 24 Scott Branham, Scott Carnpen.
and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns this
wanted to know his career goals and because this is a very serious Lucy Wellon, Club President thankedthe at the home of her parents, Mr. and Crystal Coggins Lonnie Custer.
the reasons he felt qualified to take business. You must be able to clearly hostesses for inviting them to the week. Mrs. Randy Scoggins. The decorated Jessica Fisher, Joey Hall, Regina
the Hawaii State Emergency Medical explain what you've learned as if you dinner cake was made by her grandmother Padgett Ann Carol Roberts David
Arrangements for this affair were Mrs. James. Otto of Seminole was Roberts and Darlene Rush. 2nd grade-
Technician Course. were teaching it. In addition, you Mrs. Paul Meng. Others attending the
The members of the board are also have to be able to apply the skills properly made by Mary Cissy Mrs. Ashline, Saturday overnight guest of' her paty were other grandparents aunts Christina Bunner Janet Bunner.
Peggy Shaller and Gerri Phillips. sister, Mrs. L.A. Canova.Mr. Melissa Byrd Andria Fenton Aimee
the instructors who work with the uncles and quite a number of cousins.
students the "The Hawaii State Medical Technician Hodges Shannon Hughes and Jennifer '""'
during Visitors
emergency ----------------- -- --- -- ...
and Mrs. H.L. Hutson and
medical training program. Course is considered to be the Did fVnow.... son Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins en- Phifer: 3rd grade Allison Ar
Kevin of Mr. and
you ,
According to Gilhooly. "At this par- best in the nation. It consists of 315 were Sunday guests joyed the Sunday visit of Mrs Mavis chey, Clinton Brown -Michael
Mrs. C.L. Pafford and in .
ticular stage in my career this is my hours of training while mainland family Waters of Ft. Pierce who was a dinner Campen Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes;
Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of Jacksonville and celebrated their Mary Hill. Stefanie Hughes, Misty'
first step up the ladder to achieve the courses are only 88 hours long, he guest.
rating of a capable and qualified pointed out. Wildwood, Purvis Hazen of Ocala and nephew, Butch Pafford's 31st birth- Mrs. Helen Richard of Ocala and Koehler, Jerry Loiacano Angela Mit-
paramedic. "In Hawaii you have the advan- Aubry Hazen of Gainesville were last day. Mr. and Mrs. Joes Smith of Jackson- chell and Tony Raines. 4th grade -
He continued, "This course is the tage of receiving more detailed in- Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.F. ville came in the afternoon. Mr. and Tina Branham Brian Davis, Quinton'
foundation for advancement course struction." Hazen. Edward Jackson of Jacksonvilleand Mrs. Smith had just returned from Ford. Billy Home Terri Kennan Roy:
toward becoming a motile intensivecare Gilhooly returned to his duties in Michael Jackson of Daytona Ski Vally in North Carolina 'where Payne and Mark Rhoden. 5th grade.'
technician, or a paramedic.'" the trauma room located in the WINTER Beach were visiting their father they enjoyed a week of skiing. Diana Cardin Shelly Carter Cassan-
Gilhooly spent four and one half emergency room of the NRMC CLEARANCE Blake Jackson on. Sunday They all celebrated the fact that dra Fisher, Sandy Friese, Mindy
weeks of classroom study at the Kaneohe. CONTINUES WINTERCLEARANCE Helen recently received her diploma Hersey Harold Mitchell. Patricia
Hawaii State Library at Queen's He is responsible for all the equip- 25% to 50% off from the University of Florida for In- Rhoden Sid Russell Billy Seville.-'
Medical Center. After the classroom ment and supplies kept in the Trauma Leila's Dress Shop CONTINUES terior Decorating.'Mr. Brad Snow and Tracy Youngblood. .
studies he entered a clinical phase of Room and conducts patient care and Bradford Square 25% to 50%Off .' and Mrs. Randy Scoggins and 6th grade Tammy Peeples and Kim':
practical application ."'"tlanceruns.juiiooly Shopping Center. .. Leila's Dress Shop son Erik spent Thursdav and Friday Smith. 7th grade Amy Clark, Daniel
bulance stations tUI. ..&110u ( concluded "I feel good 964-5051 .,, Bradford Square in Tallahassee. They enjoyed dining Dailey Julie Dorminey Jimmy
Honolulu. about this accomplishment" Shopping Center sightseeing and shopping there. Loiacano Brett Russell, Melissa .
The clinical phase involved on the HM3 Gilhooly now holds a diplomaof Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby were in "4-5051 Hampton Elementary: School Payne Amy Williams and. Melissa"
scene emergency training at completion through HMA, EMS, Adele Ga. on Sunday visiting Mr. and New Students Williams.
hospitals such as Queen's Intensive Hawaii State EMT Course and Mrs. Rex Dansby. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Underill of India Enrolling at the school during the
Care units, Saint Francis Kaiser American Heart Association CPR lantic and Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon- past week were Judy Cowger has
Hospital Obstetrical Ward and others.He Certificate and a Defensive Driving Mr. and Mrs.J.C. Vining of Palatkawere crier of Kingsley Lake visited Mr. and transferring from Lake Butler and School Principal Connie which Clark will be.
described the course as a Certificate for emergency ambulance last Thursday night dinner Mrs. Wil Mendetta >at St. Simons Angel Pons in Miss Claudette Peter: been given Certificates above
"detailed process of learning the driving. Soon he will receive results guests of Mrs. L.D. Vining after atten- Island over the weekend. son's 5th grade class and Candy Ppns presented to the students..
These will entitle them to a,Whopper.Jr.
' basic steps before advancing into a from his National Registry Examination ding the funeral of Mrs. L.D. Vining's transferring from Hawthorne in Mrs. ,
higher form of medical education." his key to the field of sister-in-law. Mrs. Dicey Timmerman Among those attending the funeral Jean Clark's 1st grade. Hamburger at the Burger King
He added "It was up to the students paramedical emergency services. in Stockton Ga.: of Mrs. Carolyn Mullins,..mother of It's Elementary Restaurant. Also receiving these Ccr
_. _._. ._ _._ Ocala Satur tificates will, be studentsi having J.
'-- '-' -' -' -' ----' '- Dr. R.S. Mullins on Miss Claudette Peterson
. Did you ;know.::: Mrs.,W.H.Thomson visited her son, day were Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn Mrs, panied aders. |10 Jacksonville perfect attendance for the 3rd sixueeks
will be
Fred Thomson and Mrs>Lex Green Inez Green, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert. on Saturday where they par grading period.This list
Mr. and Mrs. Lester E.: Denonn of Josephine McKeoun of Eastchester, visited her son and family Mr. and Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Fayne ticipated in the program .It's Elementary' published Report cards in next were week's sent school home news.with
Brooklyn New York, are visiting N.Y. and Elizabeth Shinoks and Doris Mrs. W.H. Green in Tallahassee over Bateman, Charles Dinkins, Paul : Jacksonville's WJXT Channel students on Monday. Parents are to
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cruce. W.F.
and his wife Gayle the weekend. 4 TV Station.
their son Andy O'Leary of Greenville N.Y. were return attached slips with signaturesand
and are spending their vacation at the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gilhoolyfor Cooley Kingsley Lake Judy and Andy Redding participated in the remarks if .
Miss Linda Bakken attended the Marla Cunningham of Keystone any.Teacher ",
Starke Holiday Inn. They will be in the two weeks. Memory Game Harold Mitchell
the area until March 19. past funeral of her uncle Vernon Popp in. Heights and Willie L. Mayes of played in the Intergalactic Spelling Planning Day Luncheon
Wahpeton N.D. last Thursday. Gainesville !
WINTERCLEARANCE Patrol Shelly Carter was selected for Teachers and Aides enjoyed a
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas were the Word Factory Brad Snow and Sid
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hallinan of West Mrs. Minnie Coss had her covered- dish luncheon last Friday at
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ran CONTINUES nephew Russell were in the Mad Math Match
Hampton L.I., N.Y.. are Tuesday to and niece Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willhite the home of Mrs. Carole Stevenson in
dall Tillman in the Scrub. 25%to 50% off game and Mindy Hersey- was chosen'for Starke.
Leila's Dress Shop Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Port Orange for lunch on Friday. the Get the Picture event.
Jerry Moran.
Shopping Center WINTER

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:.ft may be just one of countless at tonight's Tornado banquet wasn't _
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speaking engagements Florida Gator of his yn s sSt
nearly as well received as some the )
football coach Charley Pell has made other remarks but he pressed the and I _
and will make this year but once issue. "When the high school pro about 'S'
again the Gator boss admitted Starke grams have their functions the Gators not ,
has a place In his heart as well as on have got to be there" Pell stressed. yet." :
his well-worn route to and from the "Starke might not have a great col- Pell v, ( 1k. 1 dn'r'

Jacksonville Airportand he gave lege prospect this year but what I:
another meaty speech to a Starke about next year and the year after of .
Golf and Country Club house packed that. We need to get those Lawrence of
tight for the year-end Starke Quarter. Patrick's (a former Tornado star, ,
back Club bash last Thursday. now Gator who had already been In- senior _i i
Among Pell's observations: troduced to the crowd). If we get a

football player out of Starke every 1- IlfJ5 J
t' 1980 could go down as one of the four years we'll be doing pretty good __._ !
most remarkable and memorable won't we?" that

years in Florida football history..." Applause followed and Pell seeinghis oad"I .. r; !'..: "Ir. rr7 .
point had been made saw fit to :- rr ..-10 Jr. ..c.. -*. I a.... --
"The toughest job in '81 may be to direct the needle towards BHS Coach ONE

convince Gator alumni that we're David Hurse with "And maybe next tional Pictured are (from left 10 right) Ga or light rod. lujs
growing we're not grown yet... FSU year Coach Hurse will bring all those ... Gator Country Thursday night with I h'liulkiicr. Toi-iMilo-luriirtl-diilor. Laurence alrii-k l flub I
passed us in '76, 77, and '78, we can Starke football players to the Gator Quarterback Club's \par-end' hunqurt IYi-si
  • nl Val KuriinMorlh. mid l sit(<"/g down l':.' ;.IIe'h
    admit that. Don't antagonize FSU, let Football Camp: That.drew more ap- '\' club. (',li.n-lcv. IVII and ilk uii..n'<> ivunl fell..
    them do the bragging. plause and laughter from the Club

    members many of whom were a bit Pell
    "Alumni ask me when we're goingto peeved when Hurse and the Tor-

    get a Herschell Walker I tell them nadoes attended Bobby Bowden's '
    as- soon as the good Lord makes Seminole camp in Tallahassee last Gators
    another one'." summer. Nurse has explained simply for 29

    that "FSU invited us last year so we
    Vlf; every person we <(< the Gator went." that Nail Down 1st Win
    staff) come in contact with is a suc- As per usual Bowden and FSU were
    cess 10 years from now, I'm a good the target of most of the verbal ar- places
    coach." And in the "...the of Gator '
    same vein: rows in gathering
    win of the Santa Fe 9-2 Friday and then decked
    Santa Fe -IJ BIIS 20
    only thing I can relate to is success faithful, with Georgia's Bulldogs a 'em in Forest's Garber -
    week seven mat Wayne ((8-1 in dual
    ana committment that's it." close second. signing The Tornadoes never led in this one.
    .. Club President Pat Farnsworth tional) as Middleburg's the Tor- meets) in just 36 seconds. garnering just four individual wins on
    VThere's nothing stronger than all precipitated the biggest laugh of the have by the Raider's mat.
    road its first tournament experience -
    the Gators) together... and nothing night with his introduction of Pell: Wednesday, BHS gets Saturday at the all-day Michael McDuffie floored his man
    weaker than the Gators divided." "Charley you didn't know that when given Jacksonville Episcopal Invitational in just 36 seconds for the quickest pin

    you were doing that wiener commer- Green enters the tourney with a 9-0 of the night and Kenny Bright added a
    And hitting home locally: "I expect cial you weren't just eating hot dogs my Fe and Ocala mark while Larry Saucer is 531. third period pin. Jeff Belcher rackedup
    every dad blame one of you if you're you were talking to one." Referenceof the Bradford team Michael McDuffie 54. and Jeff a massive superior decision of 26-5
    Gators to be at that Pell's commercial the and Green 9-2 at 115.
    good banquetnext course being to ly ( ) sliding Belcher coming off two wins in a row. Billy won
    Thursday night" Pell said of the partner Bowden. that on the losing track

    Bradford High Football Banquet set The water between FSU and UF has said and Tuesday night. BHS hosts Gainesville High in the BIIS -l\1iddleburg 15
    for tonight. Thursday Jan. 22. Pell of gotten even hotter of late with a con- ship
    last before districts
    meet Tuesday
    course will be the headline speaker flict between the Seminoles and the grappler Billy The Tornadoes won 10 of the 12
    Feb. 3 at 7 with
    night starting p.m.
    again for that awards banquet rest of the Southeast Conference In- ship tests of the JV matches. weight classes to gain the first Bradford
    / volving the number of recruits. FSU helped and was up to the wrestling victory of the year in

    The coach's request'for attendance can sign. while, still .!!taY ng. within, main decisioned Miles. of convincing fashion last Thursday at
    *,Jjttn Iruirl'ij* y> >!'..*tl .''IJ .. .., .. ,.. _> ,"_h_.' tit-jut -ftn, TM -p.."!.1 1 "m -r" ritrf: -- MiddleburK's gym,
    j" ; :; a n 1nm fT 1 nJ' '' Forest 46- BIIS 21 -
    dPs n-'Inrftr\( ? '
    ,, With Ocala Forest bringing in a 7-2 Bradford dominated the lower
    dual meet record and experience in weights taking a 39-0 lead before (he
    the prestigious New Port Richey and first-year Broncos scored victories at
    Palatlreystone Punta Gorda Charlotte tournamentsand 148 and 165.

    f BHS giving away 18 points with
    forfeits in the upper three weight Billy Green. Johnny Powell Tom

    I classes there wasn't much question as Pierce Larry Saucer and Kenny ,
    II Snap BHS Girls Streak to who the winner of this tangle wouldbe Bright all won by pins with" Green's
    : .t but that doesn't mean therewasn't coming in just 52 seconds. Michael
    .-. some interesting moments in McDuffie and Kevin Randolph added
    the Tuesday night match at BHS. easy decisions and Tommy Milliard.

    ncty Bradford High's five-game girls Hope Jackso' 'Ms0 earthed 15 points Frank Swindell and Roger Jefferson
    basketball winning streak came to an and grabbed:$:;: (i&fft'-\AAing'\ six rebounds Tom Pierce started things off right won by forfeit for the Tornadoes.In .

    in These Times of abrupt halt last week with non- but Keystone'IWd,the game's for Bradford with a second period pin
    district rivals Palatka and Keystone leading scoreY< n'1 I I ,,Hlgh inflationIt Heights slowing the Lady Tornado exprt'Ss 19. Walrath'ttdttetf' tl'for lh l>>alaiU-t6I1IUIS'jirls: :i m( 12.6 by freeing himself and sticking

    I I IS Essential That The win string had pushed BHS to Bradford's, "('UgeTgalne? winning Forest's Wayne Garber to the mat in P.."4.- '

    we'Make' our Dollars 8-4 and into the also-received votes streak and chant of 'undefeated f in just 42 seconds. Garber was no ioi. nmci(I)p''in Joy 157: tot W" .,....*((0')*in J.i-
    category in the state class AAA poll '\tassniappcdTjy Palatka in lastweek's. slouch entering the match with a 19-4 ,...., I'lF: 111- CHUN (II) flit O..k.r til: IJJ. .....
    As Far overall record 8-1 in dual meets. (OFrfM) .. ro .11 I.0: )29.H...'..,....((0')d..,McDtiH.
    Spread but with the losses the Lady Tor- pon-district game A .oI IIS. giving Ill': 111. Hamilton ((0'1) pin, ' 500141- ..
    nadoes must turn their attention backto ; the tidy Panthers .pi jnoasurc of Michael McDuffie and Larry Saucer H.m M. possible '., securing the number two seed slot revenge foe:a 63-28 whipping' BHS in- had good matches before being deci ,..,.: 151 Nl.hol.' (OF) pin, ...... I.II: I
    .. ...,.. ..
    sioned by two of the visitor's best 170. MIGHT (BHt) won 'lnunr| d r .
    for the District Tournament set for ariyintheyear.
    nictedflnsthem;;*/ .. .... ...,, .
    McDuffie III. I.- (OF) "' : 777 H.i.1 (OF) w n
    Feb. 19-21 at Alachua Santa Fe. Poor shooting hampered both clubs by defending Region champ .''.., Unl.., ((0'1) nan 1.4.11.
    we Offer YOU This Bradford with its 4-3 district mark with Bradford sinking just 12 of 48 Kelvin Harrington and Saucer by ,..... V...l>,i
    ; ((8-6 overall), is still is in the driver's shots ((25 percent) for the game and Kenneth Hamilton who was 10-4 IIST.. POWELL (/l) .. overall. (On)d... Hu'ilon. I 0: !>* *.COLEMAN (Iq) d. C.h
    unique way TO seat in the race for the number twol' finding itself down 14.6 ,after one tq.
    ) j spot behind Buchholz (7-1 and 10-2 as period.:BHS. used the gap to 20-18 at
    But the most exciting match of the
    Save Money 'of ) the tourna- and 26-24 enter
    Wednesday entering lie half as'dgwnjiist .
    involved Tornado
    night unpredictable S.nli r./3 (Ml 1OIOI.
    Two ways. ., ment. The Lady Tornaocs have three ing the;,, final period Wf Palatka held 148 Jeff Belcher. Belcher fell 1.1....(IP)d... ..,.... ISO: IM. Dait!.l.(SF)....
    \ N S remaining games all district encounters on. desp1tevehptin&jUlit :32 percent pounder ItHmftfl,tOI: IS- Cllf((5)) <... Mil... f.2- III- Grigg .
    \ behind 11-1 all the while entertainingthe
    starting with winless UveOak's 1 16 of.t(; ) from 'ttIi..f1oor Itself. ..(IF) 4... J. "..of' ,I-" 11*. OUFFII {INS) pin1"OI.hon
    crowd with his antics but in ,.
    .. zany /4.5.11(05)( )pin Col.mnn 1 17141: 11111eIrM..rII4:141
    We1 the last
    visit to BHS Monday night. > riii change! to win in
    the last two periods he entertained ( | -SILCNI/101d..p.1w-4.I{ ) '
    1. subscribe to the Feb. 2, for a 7:30: p.m. game. inliwto-an ,. BUS hosts Santa Fc Feb. 9 before l l.ij'tips and a Juple;! of free throws," even more a stirring com- .lch.'''t.00, IM ,.h.....(IF) won.......1.: 113- doukl.tortoH ,I. i
    Bradford a.. eback. Seemingly out of the match Unl- ,.,..,... P.A.N.
    : ,." County 'j .; vlosipg. out with Live Oak on the road Thomas'"Ktrtd,4!But really"J alalka ((55))won J
    : Belcher twice Forest'sRobert
    nearly pinned
    6I )1. .t' K'tO
    .to r mole and
    ; "' just placed a physical game
    Telegraph S. 'We just have to regroup and put )beat our i pf ess..1 told 'cm afterwardsjust Cunningham to pull within ,.........U.M'dd'' ....IS '
    10-14 and then reeled off three 101. FIHCI ((5)) pin Claud J.JO.: : .IM-JIFflMON (I)wenP.A.N7 .
    1 Year S9 'fwq!;>good halves together BHS to forget this game, it was my '
    1 # straight near falls the first with 18 MSCHUN (III) pin F.t-lck' II: III J POWELL
    i '.(."roicn Thomas of the well
    Jimmy said fault for nolvtorcparing them. seconds left the second with (I) flu !-*. I:M-: McDUFFII (U! dx.Man 100US
    YOU SAVE $400 .stretch riin. "The last two games. enough to wing'; eight MMOOtPM' (I;) :.:. Oxk.r 11 I.:; 141- SAUCES II( ;) i
    ."we've: ffi* played one good half., Hope( Jackson led Bradford in scoring seconds to go. and the third with just pin, Mmra 04: !... '.''Ice(M) d...llih.r I*.14, ISOMuOlM .
    Off the Newstand f i .I \ one tick on the clock to pull off the (M') pin (...** 1.II; IMSWiNOill' (I) wan
    *I' again but the ti-point: night washer
    kr shocking win. On the last (and larftlt: til- HIUIAIO (I) wan .It: UNI- hell.I. I. t
    the >'stonclIIISGirlsIM. < | : second lowest! output of the ...". ;
    Plus ,
    I Price, Tornadoes what I Unkcr.son added 10 deciding) near pin the referee ;0.
    J.Ii i 3 The I Lady squeezed M'Msou. Tracy wavered for moment before
    Postman Brings It to once was u l Jt-) &:, Keystone advantage points and like Jackson cleared offseven shooting his hand up to signal the two- ;;
    :isj;,. ; down to one point bur couldn't rebounds.. 101 Percent
    I i You In. Thursday's mall .J r1 j I quite| come up with the go-ahead 4ifOndf.d point call. Running Award :

    ,i-1\ bucket in (this wild neighborhood BUS won just once more though
    .r rivalry 0 I 17 II It 10 II t -. 71N.1..A. 40 that on a default and the gap in the Wrestlers given 101 percent runnersfor

    .i 2. Clip Grocery and t t'; The Lady Indians leading virtually ........d, ...., I 1.1 41, Ion 0 I.0 0 ...-. 0000Moahation team score grew steadily wider. last week were Jeff Belcher and
    1i: all the way. went up 10 with 4HO: left 4 >10 II ,....... 4 ,., 10ISNI.'. 111 Johnny Powell. j
    Other coupon ads but Coach Thomas immediately called .woe..,. fOOt.. '.'01.. 14 lI.n :70Iry.ena In JV action Greg Thornton saw his Each week coach Lanier Clyatt
    .,. a I timeout and slapped fullcourtpressure fot.Ui 14 lass 40 undefeated string snapped but Roland recognizes two team members for

    Each week and on. The press broke ,..."....... 1 4 II 4 4 M Coleman won a decision and Tommy their hustle in the 2-mile. runs before
    Keystone down and the Ludyr7'or'l ........ U I' 10 14 Powell to draw. practice.
    a fought a
    .i $a eave, : .$ave ':; nudoos :pulled to within'one when ........., Ink ion 1 1'4 I IS N.III.I! 1.03 ....,10-14. ... I
    ....00 00 H.........22 10 William 00-00, lrw .
    ( Jackson knocked in a jumper'I .
    J, Hope 0000, f.t.l.i II 4.11. M
    with 1:23: : left in the game. ".1...., '.'.l, 14 4 10 M.BHS .
    I Plus If you subscribeIn But then both teams hit u dry'spoil, i
    with eight possessions in a row }:
    January we will yielding no points before Donna; Dmid
    'p",, stole a Bradford inbound pas-mid! J Jis'
    give you 13 months threw, long tl) Sharon Wiilratli fur e Banquet
    I Instead of 12. -? : la>up that pushed KIIIIS in front bv \
    '" ''three, I ,,The Tornado girls got back vdator >
    'L Ia r.: within one but with three seconds! togo ; Tonight .

    'I 1 Dmld hliK-ked a last-shot'Blls attempt
    to preserve the Keystone victory. Coach; Charley Pell will
    4 -, ..Name speak and BUS football players and
    ,,"' ififco' ..". .. I "We ran the press like we xlwuld .. cheerleaders will be recognizedlonight'Thursday
    y .. 1'L I. Jan:' 29. at the All .
    ol'f AOdress : It have towards the end of the game. just did not convert the basket or hit' Sports Club's Football Banquet. ; h

    . ,our free throws. We had the (chance to Starke Elementary School'*,
    City p '' cafeteria will be the site of the ban-
    l' ,'h"t wltIt Bits mad jUlit'lfl .
    .fndoMil M my dMck rorsaoa ./ .\"' t' 11 nt 2i foul shoes apd I bet we mlsstcd qt*$. which starts\ ,at J p.m. with a

    Out,of county SuMcrtpoon J10.00 per ytar nine.. front rda !i of'oile-aiidonegr Erie t chicken dinner. Fells talk and ,. _......
    -' -." ._.
    1\ 1 0. I Ihttu in hero-1 Thomas added. the presentation of awards and letter s:

    He was pJ.ased./wlth the play of jackets will follow. < All But Counted Out
    --u:7:::: .' enter Tracy Hapkerson. who hit for Tickets on addvance sale are S3 for f fJIIIIUIU
    yiiap4 t .....41 4! .. + :,- .. U poIAtll..Uwt-I cond highest total ofUKWJ ChffitJLmembers and 15 for non- The t"rne..Ud"sl" In for a closer look with Tornado I-pounder' Tom-.Pierce' on>>.

    ctnthi&aSforG t \ .!ber"''IaHeru..and..J1a .u.a..a&Mlaoen m.,.., 'rs/"*"_"; top and about to hi* pli, his cll- Forest counterpart... .. ,w.- y "

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    Play at .Home Friday &. SaturdayTornado r Sports*f!alendar forfNextWeeikThursday !1

    ..Jari. 29- '"", tom' ,:"." .' ii1 jj
    Cagers All Sport Club: Football Banquet ((7:00)' *\
    ) "'
    Friday.'Jan,',30-' :

    P.K. Yonge at BiaS JV and varsity boys basketball 630.8<< )

    1-12 ",
    Dip to Saturday. Jan. 31Mltldleburg >
    at BUS JV and varsity boys basketball, 6:30iUK' "' '
    BUS wrestlers at Epl.copallnvltaUona'' ,"' "t: '
    ; -
    Jacksonville: Bolles and St. za "But when we went up by six we +/I w" '-c(\K\.
    a Augustine claimed basketball winsitver got to thinking we could run with 'em. Monday Feg. 2- ': % 5., '- i"::

    the Tornadoes last week, dropping We turned the ball over a couple of Live Oak at BHS girls basketball (7:30) '. : ;. >,;1.>>f\
    I the BUS cagers to 1-12 on the year. times took a couple bad shots., and .
    The Tornadoes haven big homeouri let 'em right back in the thick of it." Tuesday. Feb. 3Gainesville .u

    weekend in front of them with "We were controlling the tempo of IIS at BUS wrestlers (7:00) ... II'< f ?: .' ';4 '
    ,lass :2A.. third-ranked P.K. Yonge the game and doing an outstandingjob BHS JV and.varsity-boys basketball at.Palatka (6:30:: / 8),)f\'S! .y *t.- ''.
    ommg, to the Bradford gym for a JV- defensively" Sexton added, poin- ..) h '
    'I'I': '" '' -?" 'I',''' '' .
    iiiMty doubleheader Friday night ting out that a diamond-and-one Wednesday J an. 28-
    Hid first.year Middleburg visiting defense (a 1-2-1 zone defense with one Clay High at BHS welghtltftlng (3:30)Weightlifting
    Starke for two Saturday night tilts. man playing man-to-man) held a ,
    riir Tornadoes take on Palatka on the frustrated Ammon Harris to 13
    ,iad ruesday night, Feb. 3. points seven below his season's :,'
    average. "And I'll bet he got just one :
    Bolles -17 BITS 22 basket off the offense, the rest were
    free throws or on our turnovers." Second In
    BUS TriMeet.t.
    In a chess match between two pa- .
    ,,'nt teams Tuesday night in Jackson-
    tile it was the hosting Bulldogs who Emmett Watkins and Eddie BHS forfeited' the 123 and super from last month's exhibition ma't
    got most of the rewards for taking Winkler rotated in and out as the men heavyweight divisions and that was against Macclenny winning with
    i heir time. playing Harris head up enough for class.2A toughie Chiefland 440 aggregate. Also drawing prai
    Bolles led just 15-11 at halftime but Even with a slumping second half That's Using Your Head 7 to edge the Tornadoes 49-42 in last from Coach Carlton Faulk was Ke

    blew the game open with a 15-3 spread the Tornadoes their best shot 49 percent mark from of \ black belt shows the power, of positive thinking by hunting two concrete blocks Wednesday's tri-meet. Englewoodwas Reddish who clean-and-jerked a p
    in the third quarter and increased its the floor, accuracy with, his head.Korean. a distant third with one point. sonal best 245 to go with a 240 bent
    As matter of fact five of
    iclvantage in the final period. the season. a 'A scheduled home match with Santa -, Jordan's 505 total was the best 1
    I.D Todd of Bolles led all scorers the six Bradford players that scored
    Fe canceled the Raiders BHS.
    4'ith just nine points while Kerry shot 50 percent or better, four better Karate Goes Over BigThe Monday.was BHS was scheduled by to go to
    Fisher was the top Tornado scorer than 60 percent. and returns ChMUnd. ....H>42.Sn1lw..d.I
    with six. Kevin Howe and Eddie Center Ben Tankard canned 9 of 13 of Soo Do I Korean karate) held at Bradford High School last Vanguard Wednesday ".. CAWI (HI) I30-M.1M. MAHHIION (IIIIIM.220
    tries a torrid 69 percent. to lead BHS display Tang home to host Clay High next Wednes- Cram (CJOe.) : 121- MtnMflI40IM
    Winkler added four points apiece for with 20 points and also hauled in 11 re Saturday was termed a big success by those involved.An day, Feb.4, for a 3:30: p.m. dual meet. >>I*. 112MAHTIM (IMI) 14..|*......, S
    UIIS estimated 500 spectators flocked into the BHS gym Saturday night to viewan .fcorouhC( )2lIU->...McDUMII. (*H1)) ".-...-*
    bounds. Kerry Fisher nailed in 5 of 8 exhibition of karate demonstrations by Master Song Ki Pak of Pak's Karate BHS won five weight classes to the 141WIlMn(C)2MMW-44I,Mmoxro](IC) 211._.
    attempts ((63 percent) for 10 points, Indians four with Robert Carver MHino ((14/0)) iu.ia au. it* JOKOAM (i27II30MI.
    St. \u ustine fH BUS 16ts and the school's black belts. Those attending saw the black belts split concrete ... ....
    Kevin Howe hit 3 of 6 and grabbed 7 Martin ((132), Mike Jordan Omtw (C) .ne. MOWN (17 ,
    ((114), Bobby
    wood blocks with of and head butts and then watcheda ,.. _. .
    and a variety kicks chops '10. Ill- CAMOll (IM) 24I2Mhookord -
    ( oach Sexton put it this loss was rebounds; Winkler was 2 of 2, and display of timing and accuracy by the Master Pak. ((165), Eric Carroll ((181) and (C) 200-170-970'':OOIIN(IN') 204-I4I-11C
    i 'ass of "forgetting what got us Steve Marks 1 of 1. Only Todd During the day Saturday a contact tournament was held with some 20 local Kevin Reddish (198) the first-place IM- K. MODISH. IMI'( ) ....24-. _. Ftoulon2SO1M4N.
    Jackson had an off shooting night, CH1M1(INS) 11-191 WO. 220Fwryl
    there. netting only 3 of 18 long-range tries. karate students taking part against competitors. from as.far away as St. Mary's Tornadoes. (IC) 211-210-421. '.....M (CI) ....171.70. fPIU ((1
    \I t the Tornadoes left the _. .. .
    ,1I11111t-! pa- Georgia. 171.1"' Mvy To ry (C) '".150-"' kin.
    1 "'in pattern tools which had carved Xavier Lyons and Daniel James Martin upped his total 35 pounds 10"0-_.
    ,UI! .1 M-ll second period lead behind topped the 'Jackets with 14 points
    inrl picked up old habits; forced shots each.
    nut t turnovers, and the result was a 15
    ixmii+ loss to the hosting Yellow lolln Irodford t 41* 11 1 17 1-11. 47rodfordt .S.D.A' .S.HOWESTERN
    >,K-kct got worse as the game '..k.... 1.1.,. ...... I-2-4. Fllh r J-0-4. f-
    i "Ill miUc Works 1.1.2.WMklnl I-O-J.Wink,'.1...'.,. !4-17 WESTERN-
    were, moving'the ball, getting 31. .
    ollon '.1. If .11.7.
    tin-, i4i"id percentage shots and mak-
    mu it |lust picking them to pieces" InuMorrf 14 I 12 10 44 BEEF BEEF
    Sj-x'.in' said of Bradford's early play, ...A....".. II 14 II 17 41rofttordl
    .' nkard*>-30. How 1-0-4. fl.hor. t-O-IO
    .hn-h garnered a 14-12 advantage at M..., t-0-1.Wlnklo. <1.0-..Jnh. ...I..-..'.'.'"21 2.)
    i the lust period's. end and stretched 44. ;
    th.n I ID,) .!II.I-Il'arly in the second stan II. A...."_. 27-7.41.

    . Bradford JV's Chase 1st Win YOUR SAVINGS HEADQUARTERS ( _

    I'hf BUS liaby Tornadoes lost twice "The kids have got the ability to putit .
    "I.IM' week to fa II to 0-loon the year but all together now it's just a matterof PREMIUM '
    'nave hopes of recording the first win doing it," Stephens added.
    ,it t the .ear with two home games this They're looking pretty good in prac- FRESH GRADECUT-UP
    M'oki'nd" tice.
    l I' K 1 onge comes to town for a 6:30p
    'm preliminary game Friday night ,
    a Middleburg: visits Bradford St. Augustine 68- BUS 27 2BREASTBA'CKS t

    Saturday night at the same time. The basket might have seemed to
    Last week the Jayvees: were beaten have had a lid on it to the Baby Tornadoes 2-THIGHS 2-CILBETS
    h\ St Augustine! 61-4R and then Bolles last Friday in St. Au ustlne's ,. FRYE'RS
    d gym, at least on the BHS JV s end.
    JV i'oach Kick Stevens said his club Only eight of 38 shots went in for the 4-WINGS 2-DRUMSTICKS L6.
    had capabilities of beating Bolles Bradford jayvees and St. Augustine
    lint! "Ia\1'(1 real poor." eased to a 68.27 victory
    The game we had a chance to win Center Tom Johnson had less trou-
    "t. lidn't play well at all," Stevens ble than the others sinking three of U.S.D.A. BLADE CUT U.S.D.A. CHOICE
    -,.nil Tuesday's/| loss. "They just his seven floor shots and two of two
    .''cri'ii'l hustling and we made from the foul line to total a team-high
    '.ntSlolk'e shouldn't have been eight points. Dennis Dunlap hit four of CHUCK '
    making." Also four players missed six free throws to manage six points : GROUNDBEEF .
    he( hfillgame for various..reasons.strMn.s and Mark Pierce swished three of five 209 129.
    singled out Steve :Marshall from the foul line to net five points.
    tor dong a good job. "We started Pierce claimed nine rebounds all ROAST
    Sh'imd got a good game out of off the defensive board, while .
    him Johnson grabbed seven. .

    U.S.D.A. U.S.D.A. 'CHOICE

    . Tennis Team Opens Feb. 6

    J MMHIIS boys and girls tennis- Hounding out the squad are seniors CHUCK 59 DELMONICOSTEAK .

    '' m.pen" ihfir I;HOseason| next 'huck Johnson and Joey Herres; and ,
    I'( i d.lFl'h 6. on the Tornado! courts sophomores Greg Thornton. Barry
    MU" i,, "Ilui.. tough Lake City ('()Ium- King. Jeff Lawson Mitch Williams STEAK 99
    i high t niiiing)( to town for an after- and John Bennett; and freshman Jeff IB. 1. -
    -i ,I",,,...1111,1., lii Johnson. Greg (lark, Jason Bennett,
    I'i '''I', I lom.iiln, Ini)s lire coming off Shane Johnson, and Shannon King.
    r ili-inci t limsh he The EACH.
    ( in ( history girls regulars back
    it'' i Moid, III gh "'nnlS. .i I third placeI arc sophomore Carmen Eaves who
    I:,,, II\H\ in (iaincsvillo/ that *followed played number three early last U.S.D.A. U.S.D.A. CHOICE
    '"I II > niMilar.tMMin. !season, and senior Michelle Sapp and
    I I't: Miuii'i's include Crjiig. Sapp. who junior Stacey Denmark who alternated .
    'in ti I i ,-'I the number throe post last at four and five last season. Ulder18g GROUNDRoast 59
    "" ,i-in', .UK! KtMip; Winkler and Jeff Other members of the squad are .
    Mi. I if" AIID sh.irrd) the number five senior :Melissa Winkler junior Vicky
    -" _!f- -put I.'I' much of the campi Carver, sophomore LoriIuse: and .
    I I 11 \ l foot i hall tinkle injury has put freshman Tina Bowen, Kelly Carver'' CHUCK lB..
    'ii I I'| iti-huul. in |1'1'(% season practice and Lori Clark.

    U. .D.A. U.S.D.A. CHOICE

    I (I'il0( (] (!L0 STEW 109 CUBESTEAK. 2 69

    Oldtimcrs<< (Host another exciting weekend of basket. BEEF ,
    ball. LB:
    Iisk.HbiIl; Tourney

    Tin1 'oliltmuTs semi-pro' basketball Umpires Meeting PREMIUM GRADE COUNTRY STYLE
    I(Mm (tl Starke hosts its annual Set Back to MondayThe ;

    ha"k."halllournallll'l1l' Friday Saturday meeting of the Starke Kec.Department's .
    and Sunclii. Jan. .Ml Feb. I I. atthe officials associationhas FRYERBREAST SPARERIBS $ 29
    I U.IK: gy nll&talum.1 been moved back one week to 89

    ,night ,il I on and 7 ::11I)<) p.m. Saturday Old) Armory. [I.
    and, .it T .10> Sunday evening. Anyone interested in umpiring soft. LB.
    ball and youth baseball should attend

    i'ournanu'nt'nrganimrs" promise this important meeting.

    I Starke Youth Basketball FRYERDRUMSTICK. 6ft PORKCHOPS. 89

    11-13: Year OldsThe a 32 point day by the losers Timmy B

    Hawks Mere the hot team last Tyson. lB.FrE .

    week, knocking off the first-place
    7-10 Year Olds
    Lakers.. and the second-place Jazz in GRADEThlahs WESTERN STYLE
    succession to move into a tie for second The first-'place Knicks won two II-!
    place in the process. games by identical 32-8 scores to stay )! ., ,

    The wins stretched the Hawks winn- on top of the league standings. ., a'- _::-'y. a 6' 9 PORK 66Qi g
    ing streak to three entering a Tuesday. 4 '
    Willis Chandler and Pedro Carter '
    with the Nets. :
    game lB '
    tallied 14 points apiece as the Knicks CHOPSREGENCY II
    Robert Bellamy totaled 82 points in '
    the Hawks two victories 151-18 overthe bested the Nuggets and Chandler hit : ... ... .... O.-.6. .... :,r ': LB.
    .14 again in a win over the Rockets.In j' .;'
    Lakers and 68-31''over the Jazz) : .. .
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    Elsewhere Timmy Tyson knocked in other action Mark Marshall pop i < : li. i.4 a yvJy'ld, x '' ; ,' ; < '
    28 points as the Bullets edged the Nets: ped in a dozen points as the Nuggets AS rGAE : '
    "8Levi; Simmons drilled In 30 to topped the Sonics 218. Operated By _David &, Susan Cook.
    Pace the Jazz: past.the Celtics 5O--42; The biggest Individual scoring out.
    Cecil Jackson, and! Evette and Ricky burst of the week came in a losing : 325 :.NE'23ve.:\ .
    "llney combined for ,101 points in a cause, with the Sonics Tim Lewis ex Gainesviite,, Florida 3782040t
    Jf-38 Celtic win over the Nets; .and ploding'for 21 points In his team's Across. from Kmart on 23rd
    p rn Chandler hit for 34 as the 34-27 loss to the Rockets. who got 20
    l. tNcni edged the Bullets 62-60 despite tallies from Roy Shane Jackson.

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    '. ,section January Section 2!.. lUlU at l'trap q TIMES.

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    I Satu rday Dream Girl. Pageant Has 44 EntriesFortyfour 01'1 i'

    and Mrs. Bo of Macclenny.
    Deena Staggers, 18, daughter of
    will be Dream Girl
    young ladies and Special guests
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Staggers of Mac
    gentlemen have signed up for the 1981 clenny. winners from last year, including
    Dream Girl/Boy Pageant set Satur, Oenlse Luce.-.- 17, daughter of Mr. Susan Denise Crawford, Chris
    day night, Jan. 31,at 7 the National and Mrs.Marvin D. Luce of Macclen- Modesitt, Brian Wynn, and Cathy
    Guard Armory at 720 Edwards Norman 1980 Bradford Strawberry

    Road, In Starke. .. a ny.Kelly Sands, 16, daughter of Mrs. Queen Robin Stephens Miss Baker
    Rehearsal Is Friday night,Jan. 30, X'.r. Betty Sands of Macclenny.: County, Cindy Darbin,and Miss Teen
    at 7 p.m. Judge's interviews' will beheld a Sherrie Raulerson, 17, daughter of Macclenny, Gail Carver.
    Tickets will be available at the
    Saturday at 9 a.m.
    Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raulerson, Glen
    'The 21 new entries this week are: St.Mary. door.
    Sponsor of the pageant this year Is 1 j
    Jeanette Lord, 17, daughter of Mr. !
    the Kiwanis Club. Mrs. Debra Nor
    and Mrs. John R. Lord of Glen
    man is pageant coordinator. Assistant -
    t St.Mary. Director is Bill Wilson.
    -Karl Canaday.. daughter of Mr. J I

    Dawn MosleyCarrie .MlchaelliaU Barbara Daniels
    -.... ......-..-
    Sugar Cured
    (.-, ,, Hamburger Sliced Bacon
    I Steaks

    16.5 oz. $349
    3 Lbs.

    1 1 $595

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    :Mary llenricks First Cute

    Ages 36Mary : Pork Chops
    Hendricks, 3, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Steven L Hendricks. 5 Lbs
    5 Lbs.
    Sponsor 'ia Tom's Record Shop of
    Gainesville. M =i. Chicken Thighs $340 $549
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    Carrie Tanner, 4, daughter of Mr. -
    Tanner Carol Blanton 70 Lbs. By The Case
    Joan Miller
    and Mrs.Oral Tanner of Starke.Sponsor ... .,: "t. .. Fryers 3795
    is Archie Tanner Funeral Home.

    Stephanie Dawn Cox, 4, daughterof .
    Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox of Starke. a o
    Sponsor Is Norman's Farm. -4lbs.T-sones.4ibs,
    Delmonlcos or
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    .. BreastS -6 Ibs. Extra Lean
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    Church Donna Worrell Danette Griffin
    ...--P. Pork Chops -10 IbS.Chl(Legs or
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    : ,.- Smoked Sausage Ibs.Bacon
    ',..i ,- .. -ipkg.vegetables -5 Ibs. French Fries
    ; I -2 pkg.vegetables
    Stephanie Cox .
    ... ., .' $1nenee '
    Donald Robert Church;'5,' loll Of '; l ry ;$3595 '
    , '. Mr, and Mrs. Donald-H...;Church of 1 i. $539S
    Starke. Sponsor Is Donald H. Church.
    Michael Hall, 5, son of Mr. and
    Mrs.Wayne Hall of Starke.Sponsor Is ,
    Edwards Grocery, SR-100, Theressa.Cindy y }'
    Southern Foods
    M I. .... -. w u ,, "" 1035 S.E. 4th St. and N.W. 6th Ave. &
    I > .... V rift. ?:* .. ..a.\AJBI' 7 1fJ N.w. 1st St.
    Loretta Austin Thomas Darlene Seay 377.7800 Gainesville 377-7000

    Renee Thomas, 10, daughter of Sponsor is C.J. Daniels. -Lisa Villasor, 17, daughter of Mr. HOURS: 9 am 5:30: pm Mon.-Thur./
    Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas of Starke. Jeanie Michelle Hutchinson, 15, and Mrs. Luis Villasor of Macclenny.
    Frl. 9
    Sponsor is Stump's Dept. Store. daughter of Mr: and Mrs. George W. Sponsor is Luis Villasor. am pm
    r. Y Rhoden of Glen St.Mary., Rhonda Gale Rodgers, 17, Sat. 9 am .1 pm
    Ages 11-15: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
    Danette Griffis, 13, daughter of Ages 16-21: Rodgers of Glen St.Mary.
    Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Griffis of Starke. Joan Miller, 21, daughter of Mr. ,.-, InC'\
    Sponsor is Billy's Dry Wall. and Mrs. Jack F. Miller Sr. of 0 -
    Loretta Austin,12,daughter of Mr. Melrose. Sponsor is Buff's Used Cars
    and Mrs. Raymond Austin of Starke. of Hwy 100 South. KJolr'U'US: | 964-7871
    .................-r-- Sponsor is Goetzman's Const. Co. of Donna Worell, 19, daughter of Mr. 301 N. Farmers
    Harris Keystone Heights. and Mrs. Robert Worrell of Worthington gn I
    Barbara Daniels, 13, daughter of Springs. Sponsor is The Hit
    Ages 7-10: Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Daniels of Lawtey. ching Post. Mutual Exchange
    Cindy Harris, 8, daughter of'Mr. .. ,- n_ cn=>
    and Mrs. Pat Dickins of Lawtey and --- ---;- - ----- l=:::J Q: -
    Wyman Harris of Raiford. Sponsor is
    Keith's Beauty Salon. UNBELIEVABLE: : CjO
    Carol Blanton, 8, daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. S.I. Blanton of Lake Butler.
    is S&K Food Store of Lake
    Butler. PRICESon Offers water softner salt at LOW LOW
    ,Darlene Seay, 7, daughter of Dock

    and.Pearl Sponsor Seay is Doc's of Worthington Saw Shop.SprIngs -prices, we bought It by the truck load 'and we

    Homes will pass the savings to you.improve.

    Hostage Release

    Benefits Inmate 9 Your

    water Taste
    One Florida State Prison inmate SAVon Red Out
    was a direct beneficiary of the releaseof By installing
    the 52 American hostages by Iran-
    Rubin Sweeting only one day's addi- :=J softner salt
    tional time after pleading guilty to aggravated DiamondThe

    Judge Green assault.asked Sweeting? if he salt that removes

    had followed the hostage crisis and if iron containments, rust Crystal I
    , he- knew they had been freed?
    glad.Sweeting replied no, but. said he was ; stains and will prevent Solar Salt I

    "I don't know you from Adam's your water softner from
    housecat,"Judge R.A: (Buzzy)Green iron fouled. and watch your clothes \
    told Sweeting last Tuesday. Jan. 20. becoming
    become brighter white
    "But the Good Lord blessed us and
    the hostages when they were released. =:?::=: in the wash tub
    12x24 & 28 Wide
    The judge then pronounced a
    sentence of only one additional day
    for the FSP inmate. New & Used Mobile Homes
    Sweeting was charged with cutting On Diamond Crystal
    another Inmate during a fight about a We Have
    debt owed for some marijuana.ScrvicClucn. 50< SOLAR 50

    AI'SalINeeds, off CRYSTAL off

    for your SALT

    T/Sgt Luther WilliamsTech. T1371! COWS With this coupon or say you saw it :
    Sgt. Luther Williams, son in the Mullet wrapper i
    of Mrs*. Willie L. Williams of Starke ,
    has been decorated with the second
    award of'the Air Force Commendation I
    Medal at Charleston. Air Force

    the Farmers Mutual and ,letJohn
    The Air Force CommendationMedal John Brown Stop by today

    who demonstrate Is awarded to those outstanding Individuals ., Kim or that old Crusty help you with your salt. needs.

    achievement or meritorious servicein Mobile Home CenterHwy. M L
    the performance of their duties on z::::
    behalf of( the Air Force.

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    : Page48 January: 1381t ... . .
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    Wm. Barrett Pleads Innocent to Battery ChI i :. +': ::" ; ":., 'J'f .,.. .; t i1 ("I, !

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    f Asks Jury Trial in Meeting Disruption Case : ,r :7! l ; .

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    A former correctional officer was cbntinously! interrupted by Barnett Barrett was' arrested last Florida: 2) pay'court costs of 185; 3)
    I entered a not guilt to battery of who kept using profane and November 6 by. the Starke Police not violate any laws of the Stated 1981 F-10Q 117"Exployer
    another : in Union abusive language according to the Department after an incident at the-r Florida. .
    County Court and requested a Jury Union County Sheriffs Department. Starke Holiday Inn. He was charged: Clerk of the Court.-ecordII1n Bradford Pickup
    : trial Tuesday Jan. 17. with disorderly intoxication and County show Barrett on Jan.filed -
    : Barrett was a FSP until Jan. resisting arrest without violence. a divorce action against Mary K. Explorer tape strips. Explorer hood ornament,
    I William U. Barrett was arrested by 15 when he resigned his position, according The day before the bigamy charge: Barrett. *
    the Union County Sheriffs Department to a spokesman for FSP. was dismissed January 1'. Barrett Assistant State Attorney Tom Br. rear window molding chrome grill, knit seat,

    I after an incident that took placeat appeared before Bradford County ElweO of Bradford County told this WSW radials. air cond.. tinted glass, AM-FM stereo
    Barrett was arrested in'Bradford
    the Union Correctional Institution that Barrett has gotten both of
    Judge Elrie S. Sanders and entered paper
    Clubhouse at the prison at 1 *Ja. County last October 27 on a charge of guilty pleas to both cases. his marriages resolved and that was radio Explorer name plate sport wheel covers
    Saturday.Jan 19. He Is charged with bigamy.He was charged with marry On the disorderly intoxication case. the reason that the Bigamy charge wheeWd molding chro. tailgate release, sliding
    battery of Lt. Beryl Nettles. No date ing Mary Kathleen Kraus Barrett onMay Sanders was dropped and the only stipulationwas ,
    Barrett !
    Judge placed on -
    has been set for this trial. 28, 1977 in Georgia. He also is for GO l days with the stipulation probation be leave the State of Florida for a rear window power steering brakes 300 six cyl.
    charged with marrying another per he leave the State of Florida and not year. [ Retail S965O
    Nettles went to the UCI clubhouse son. Denise Elizabeth Barrett on and w/4 speed overdrive.
    to speak to the third shift of Florida January 26. 1980 in Florida. violate any laws of the State of
    Slate Prison correctional: : officer in On Tuesday. Jan.Bonifay.20. the state Florida. He was also fined S65 court Auto Found,
    reference to the Police Benevolent costs. $7395
    dismissed the
    bigamy charge against On the resisting arrest without RiMC
    Association organizational structure Barrett with the stipulation he leave Escapee sale'
    I and subsequent benefits. The group violence case Barrett was placed on
    the state for a year and plead guilty to
    included several males and females. probation for one year with three con .
    two misdemeanor that Still
    cases were
    I After beginning his speech Lt.Nettles pending against him. ditions: 1) lie leave the State of at LargeA

    Reception and Medical Center 1981 f-35O
    (RMC) inmate is still at large but an .
    4 Fired UCI Officers Ordered ReinstatedBy automobile be took from the prisonwas Chassis cab

    found by Jacksonville police Dual wheel 1 base)
    :t about 11:30a.m.: .TnesdayJan.20.according wheel 161" wheel base (long ,

    ',. to the Union County Sheriffs 300 six 4 speed trans., (6) 7.50x16, (10) PlY tires,

    Florida Career Service CommissionFour Amman for USCD stated a .3* knit seat power steering, power: brakes 60 AMP

    caliber c.artJiDe.fuUy loaded and a JO alternator, heavy duty battery extra: cooling
    caliber carbine rifle were found inside
    former employees at Union James W. Wilkerson was found innocent chief counsel Ed Whire reviews the the car's trunk. package aux., rear springs. Retail 8995
    Correctional Institution who were of charges that be lied during transcript of the bearing. Records show WIlliam A. McLen-
    fired after being charged with sexual the investigation to Assistant State Vargas pointed out the verbal orderis don 30. left his work assignment as
    baUery of an inmate last spring and Attorney Harris Tobin of Union Coun not official until it is written out and an orderly at the RMC staff living $7600
    who were acquitted of the charges at received by DOC.which may take up quarters outside the prison campThursday. Sale
    a trial four months ago. have been ty.Despite the acquittal prison officials to 90 days. He indicated no appeal can .Jan IS.
    ordered reinstated by the Career Service refused to rehire the four be filed and UCI: will not have to put The RMC inmate is a Jacksonville
    Commission at a bearing in former employees.At them back to work until the order is native who was serving a 10 year
    Jacksonville. the career service hearing official. sentence for possession of a firearm 1981 F-1OO
    Former UCI employees Harold Wednesday. Jan. 21, all four men Records show Norman. Bennett by a convicted felon.
    Dean Norman. James C. Wolfe and denied the charges. and WUkerson: continue to draw The car was recovered on the north Explorer Pickup
    William Bennett were acquitted of Department of Corrections attorney unemployment checks. Wolfe has a side of Jacksonville sad had been .
    Eugene that they forced inmate Lou Vargas stated the rehiring job as an animal control officer) in driven 80 miles according to the 117" wheel base (short wheel base), 302 A/-8,
    Mahogany"Hall to insert a order be after DOC Union: Sheriffs
    may appealed Macclenny. County Department.
    baseball bat into his rectum. automatic over drive, sliding rear window, P215

    WSW radials power steering and brakes, air and

    I creek tinted glass, AM-FM stereo, wheel lid moldings,

    I Abuses Cause For Low Morale [Alligator security lock group, full carpet and headliner,

    i RanchU.S. tape stripes, two-tone paint. Retail S9977

    i I Among CO's, Mrs. Nettles Says 301 South 964-6973 $8000I'

    i Sale

    The Store That Will Save You Money On
    ; Martha Nettles president of the educational incentives better legal
    ; Concerned Citizens for Correctional assistance for officers named in cavil Feed Seeds & Farm Supplies
    I Officers told the governor's committee and criminal lawsuits filed by in-
    s on prisons at Lawtey Correctional mates and mental health counseling
    i Institution that corrections officers for officers.
    S have low morale because they are Nettles pointed out that officers are want to save money..come to
    :i abused by the media and inmates andI under a lot of stress and tension in the
    I I often receive little or not supportI prison environment
    from prison officials. "Convicted felons can be made to Alligator creek Ranch, inc. t. J
    1981 F-35O
    : be heroes and dedicated loyal correctional -
    I She presented 20-point program to officers can be made to appearas
    the committee meeting Wednesday, villains and that is what happened A Feed MilL-vlta Perm Mixed- :_ .> Chassis Cab:
    I Jan 21. to improve working conditions '
    in the last of weekS Nettles
    \ at the state's prisons. ....'-**,." \I said. 'couple; 161 '(long Wheer:baSe), 300 six ?cyl.-. t P1rP&i

    = The citizen. group was."formed! fc She over war the referring reported to existance recent publicity of a -'A Field Fence &"Fence' post sf ofe trans., knit'seat; power steering and brakes, 60

    : after Florida State Prison correcJ : good squad and the use of Union Correctional AMP alt. heavy duty battery x-cool radiator,'

    t J tiooal officer Richard "Jim" Burke Institution convicts to en- A Vet overload springs ((6) 7.50x1610 ply tires.
    j was slain by a death row inmate last force the authority of prison officials. Supply Storecattle- HorseA
    : Oct. 12, sparking four days of unrest The review committee which
    J at FSP. makes recommendations to Gov. Bob $
    t "Working conditions are at rock Graham on prison issues. while they Seed Store-Seed Potatoes Plentyof 7450
    RetailS8895 sale
    i bottom, Nettles said Wednesday. were in the area toured Vet and FSP
    ; Jan. 21She met at Lawtey and dined at the
    .f' stated tangible items included Reception and Medical[ Center near I Irish
    potatoes corn & all other Seeds.
    raises, uniforms hazardous duty pay. Lake Butler. :
    r 1981 courier

    i Inmate Guilty Pickup (2)

    \ Of Possessing "lIomeheatingoosts eatingme' 2000 c.c. engine, 4 speed, step ,bumper, A

    radio. Retail $6995 ,

    i I Weapon in FSP alive... until I gotmy Buck Stove9! II "

    : Sale585C
    wbfefbm-c *r teIV ,
    i A Circuit court jury of five men and w
    I a woman found a Florida State
    Prison inmate of of J' 1ng R
    guilty possession .
    Back Stow Itbale-lKMK
    I weapon and the same jury found the : Y .
    convict not guilty of aggravated bat that sates Ion BMKIhr > :
    I tery of another inmate after a daylong I Butl we a_4 pm jrMhtr...... "Af' her .If'
    trial Friday. Jan %3. ng tna n vat>...jnl niKUig...a a. tirt hM. a i
    Bobby Ree Lyons was arrested on Y. < lUA-hdn'' o MtrajiAr*>tmr .prtmCB.

    i the two charges involving an incident nd.K.Vnnc hrjln. ..ttitr. ,ti4'W.r .
    alcb a *J > "hvA-a ifcv uuc list thr Buck h''K! -
    I on U-Wing last May 24. '''A.raMrly adre'aarlk. v b adp.dt.l 1979 F-3S0 ::;;
    t| Testimony was presented during I rten Mr pvwMrft curt .k>. ...d dun a I + i
    the trial show that inmate Frankie ..
    to oaarnbad fnrplMr jad .wee ih | Drakes was stabbed in !the left side ............. hReadiralraif..hpra..dw.ra +'y Q'Ranger Pickup .
    with an ice pick type weapon. IcndrpttkfaMi Ira urn nrprrh..p..1 nrnunrfcrt a !
    | Testimony was also presented to .., \nil lifrp\nirtai run .jm.dnjnl + Lariat (4x4)) auto trans., chrome bumper

    :;.show Lyons to correctional refused officers to give after theweapon ,Adala" Ur <-- mow .< fml _'" dun j VfftSrmt !tailgate protector; 400.v-8, dual gas tanks dual
    'Nt nm Ihr mtwk ttw Rui Si eBov "
    ::Drakes was stabbed and Lyons was ..aril sJ Ihr b rod d dr her batteries, gauges sliding rear window, tilt
    :bserved leaving the cell with an of-
    ::: wheel, speed cor' JI l, super cooling ,radiator
    rIcer in which: the inmate was stabo5ed. ondi acne,will MM anv
    wide Back Stone* aux. trans. oil cooler, tool storage box, light

    Green.i Circuit Jr.Court ordered Judge a pre R.A.-sentence iBuzzyt in- sal hoAr ftmr...."'It'.."...'P"'I"...npon a us mmtxt.c.r<4 tarn M"...S nmrt tM. .,,_ fadnnr t"mnrd aid midM. w ncf> HMiCM Aar group, 'security lock group, west coast mirrors,

    -estigatton before a sentence is handdo"11 .tau tMS. .I..&j.. ++ striae rai, par du 4Ind fpfrirnw. d air cond.. tinted glass deluxe two-tone.
    3ed in the + wzr "' w",. ......,dIr u....f"..........,.._ Rusty
    i Lyons was represented case. by Assistant t& h.r>i1 rrvpr OMOV m p... ...lftr.-r omrnnaulrK mr*. f mead. Jl hat far ml.hitaKnkv2T Jones rustproofing. (4)) alum. spoke wheels w/4

    public Defender John Stinson. aipet rbprm-pmt One 8IKk5tow.-aer1ralb. RWL radial' tires 12.00x16.5, 1,3.700.mUes burns
    S The state was represented by Assispant .Of 0c Millnt Iscfkl VTVS suoltteraa.anotlwradaaotlren.nausum ,

    State Attorney Tom dwell. r Wins .......... Inm ....p. ... J>..1. r.aM 11101'''''''': I'_ art.
    SIRS Requires Form T ;:;::: SUIT_mT.n.b.>..r_.--n. c.>- $
    TimberiTransactions ,.. ... jit Initot.i_rtn .a.adhrpran.rhdr. .8995
    'm -
    iTo Report ... '- .hr..ndhragly..rr.ylaMJail. sale
    ...* IIrM dais hel6arlou b.-r.:
    ir*-.- rr Hr Rwk Sniir"I.J.I tmm Ikar l.""*.*iHItflr ... .
    g Taxpayer claiming deductions for .lea hri ff acid aka .. hd .el ff orb.vp.J ; Interest '120A.'P
    -- --'--- .R.
    of limber must complete IM.aamla.n J.S7.ltha.nd..e t JOeyarerwp.ex.
    -plctton } -11w ail Aae'
    and attach Form T iTimber There b ail one Back Stove p........_...........CID.......#......... -.ctS p O....;a.W p.wer ..... tan yibrazing
    V Korct Industries Schedule:. to } drarwaaa.r.sar55h'W. .......on .. ndlR. .r. on all .
    bt. wear are Ora ..... ...... W rim ..*. ,.M. .. mart .1
    Jheii Federal income lax returns the ? .. Jr orb 1 c"
    ftaii .araerddrl.rd-4..dA.ary< w d.rra r leplred by *.... ....... .... Thunderbirds '
    asocia KlMe1 Granadas
    Internal Service said. .... . and
    Kevenue adbn..dp tinurtar _r .. ...... u..WrkararhM.p .rtl.rwr.aMdirffrr ... .
    i OrpJrtion of timber lakes place jnd prod visas *...""....fcrptmr nvrt mdcmK ..i._.._beufam I.. >ni.diA err.1Int Ji'JS'Sii...Ti;.HoL... '
    ahem a taxpayer sells cuts or pur- ir.urrry.ab 'M.kpka rl 4....<<-40.... Mustangs (incl. T-Tops) until
    fhasvs standing limber or is involved c..e-a.Aat5k.e. -..- bor .IJ'II&'......... .wavyW ......_-TIor&.tAarb rJu4KrCaiatTWftiou __ _..;.rww. ..: ;". .! '
    ft ilh oilier limber transactions. .drralet.edriped.ddt.m.hlt.tVn" ..............,h.+.dlf.iryad.ILb.dae I j '''!II'-,, 1 February from
    : This requirement applies to individuals .stJ Jlwlr.ak _er.p.ur .-, a.l wr..nM. .u.hmI I af-laa.Y'--"'-: '_ ': ; .
    corporations. partnerships ( _TV....'Mior k mite.." ;
    avid fiduciaries that are involved with tm utrl.jftv Tkr fcrhm..pnuwi l..t parTir I r--. ..,. Ford Motor Credit
    timber transactions during the taxable .am dr...eaa pram wet-1'.'aMk..... ter..... I ...... .. ___ .'_ 1 to-
    ore cal pra a.d dIr dun .rib new I 1brr
    }ear. ..lrp a_at.prPJaar i k*. a Iylr..r'I cq___ wr_ 1 r'
    I In addition taJlpa'en110 elect ontxr.r ..fhIlJflIJrNJI. BwtiHiitr .kraJ ..>."' -. I TERWILLEGAR I < i
    .. .,, ... "' ; :
    income<< lax return to claim gaIn --' at oat iti K 1 rep .rt..r -' '. 1 F z: '
    fr.Ineu from cutting limber as provided i..rxao.rnirlrw.5mdara.ea4ir .1. t !{ .' t: it> : ..' J .
    IMi prrr.eirfe.i4.Lgrsaray5.k..lair (i.LIS.WIM..nynpr.wihD'. 1 l : Jo'r- .1I,1"! '
    ed .
    section stlia of the Intern. : ."Pn.- Apr .' .r.It.
    sue! Code most file Form T with.I ."r..swrob., 'mfr. lydrrp. 1 '...;4.\o.. .:.. I L ... I' :
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    I Both the publication and FornvTre ... "'!"'-r'-"w.: .. '.."';! l' ,1J1 .it y er. .. ,

    available from I ItS by calling tXXALDCAlBtErnest Otsplay Model can t. seen at '
    i TO Federal I Tax Forms number listed Peacock CarttorrjTVUkc ,. ; c !206 W. MadisonSt .
    J i ho telephone dtredary.I 4802454lakcBuuer Butter' Fla. -
    196.2917as'psn.r.r .._. _. ", __. ., ... ._ ". 9647200r. ....

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    k 8.000 Damaged truck, according to the Florida)( On sateThursday

    Done : Highway Patrol. NEW IFIIE.AGLEI Friday
    by FirpA
    ,.- Trooper W.M Abrams did not issuea ; !
    ?, fire was confined to'' the- living citation after, Investigating. the F)7 PRJCESI. Saturday ..
    room and kitchen, at a house fire mishap. _
    t.: which caused $8,000 damage at 6:13:
    'I,, North St. Clair Street ,in Starke, Jax Woman ArrestedOn .check '. '_If.
    Wednesday,Jan. 21
    ., The house is owned by the Jerry L. Drug CountA .. :

    ;. Goodman family and is valued at Jacksonville 'woman was arrested -.

    .,' $13,000, according to the Starke Fire Sat.,Jan. 24,on a charge of In- compare II i
    Department. troduction of contraband into Lawtey 44..4/$4

    Inmate Guilty C.orreclionallnstitulion Bradford County Deputy near Lawtey.Sheriff : Sangs
    Of Weapons ChargeA Paul Stegall arrested Lillie Anderson, film & electronics p z ,a
    Dempsey, 53, of Jacksonville on the 5'1-0/0
    Florida State Prison inmate was w
    introduction of
    contraband- ( \0
    found guilty of possession of weapon
    marijuana charge according to the
    In a day trial in Starke
    long Thursday, Bradford County Sheriffs Depart-
    Jan. 22.Preston. t
    Shands was charged with Dempsey posted $2,500 surety bond
    .,. possession of a weapon last June 19 by and was released after being bookedat 8 I IU rr I i
    the ,
    ..' Circuit jury. Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) the Bradford County Jail in Starke. / J h 1 25% of a I
    ? I
    'e. Green, Jr. ordered a pre-sentence I I r I
    report before a sentence is handed I IJ
    ,. ; down in the case. Towels (
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    Mobile Home Fire J i
    1" City Truck : nfir
    Put:> Out in BrookerA ._. ; ..
    : Snags Pickup
    ,, mobile home in Brooker sustained ; : i a
    A Starke maintenance truck was involved .V 14%
    $600 fire damage but the fire was PHEW ASHEDI
    in a traffic accident with a put out by the Brooker Fire Dept., according WAS FUJI FILM*4Ta.v.24 :110-18. .1.27 ,
    pickup truck on Orange Street at the to the Bradford County % I I DENIM JEANS

    : yard'In entrance Starke to the at city 1:10: p.m.maintenance Friday Sheriff s Department Saturday, Jan. OMNULA 35lBS.HTH CHLORINE 39 83, WAS FUJI FILM se.*.124-12....... ... .. 1.27 ; If-: '1 FOR MEN

    Jan. 23.Merren. 24.The trailer WAS ...........,........ CAR e-TRACK PLAYER I >p: PRICED RIGHT!
    Charles Lizenbee of belonged to Viola Clark, Undardaan daalgn..... ..... .29.88
    33. 45,who was at home when the fire occurred -
    Starke,was not injured but damage to and escaped uninjured, accor- JUMBO ROLL HI-DFtl 494 SET SPEAKERS OF TWO....... ... ... . 9.88 1'9: 83 14.17 To 17.16

    the City of Starke owned i975 Ford ding to the BCSD. PAPER WASaeer TOWELS.. ...... .................... AM/FM/TV + WERE 18811TO 22 118i
    truck he was driving was estimated at An electrical short was the apparent BAND........... ........... ... 17.88 i, DISCOUNT PRICE, WAS 1095 Chcow "from IIn."a.ltn". ., demur .no
    Caduroy ,acka. .,
    cause of according to MV500 Waatarn atyla with boot lag bartackad pile and Ru111' 'hr.p
    $50.Anthony WINDPROOF hlll.urcoete ,
    aa II. flannel"lined ,, ;;
    Cecil Geiger, 35 of Starkewas FULL COLOR popnnar.
    the BCSD. LK3HTER 47 VIDEO 14.88 Mama 4 poekata conlnst alitcning and II or guile. ded .
    not injured but damage to the BUTANE WAS-WT7.' .............rr................ GAME,WAS 404V: (? bait loops In man a 28-38 Soma al.Irraga Lckete A"are ..n men""da.wile e,r"l co'uo SM"' ,
    1978 Ford pickup truck he was drivingwas DRY CURLING IRON for XL rh.o.1011 01 cold we.tner ahead
    estimated at $250. ServicemenPvt. last and aaay itytlnfl.,. .5.88 :ur'8C'! a ,aCha' Ihat II lust, ''h' far'

    The city truck was entering Orange
    Street from the city maintenance 2/ff %.
    yard. The other pickup truck was going .Glenn P. ContoisPvt. .
    north on Orange Street. The Glenn P. Contois,son of Joseph 'aO Y 'a 1'1 .
    maintenance truck started forward N. Contois of Hampton, Fla., has arrived e ; /
    before the other truck had completely for duty at Fort Riley Kan. I I II ,._.d
    passed in front with the right front of Contois, a clerk was previously *?*_
    the maintenance truck colliding with assigned at Fort Lee, Va. r
    the right rear of the other pickup vi i n i i F -rASSOX

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    10 88 aaee- 1 99 OUR DISCOUNT PRICE > ;

    II.!.,..,\., SIT FOE ONE WE" '.' kits Bamboo. plantara rattan. plat baa- MEN'S VELOURS SPORT SHIRTS KNIT PULLOVERS CANNON 72.90"BLANKETS
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    a1 'TUQ s.t- low.guarantaadl one to lour 5.67 5.94 2 J $5 SOLIDS 100''.POLY C AH
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    ii ". PaM.MI beauty Soil! laxtura ./"bbed tat quality, no-Iron Poly'cotton with. short ASS RTEO)
    cufla and waist' Vwild 2 buttoned pock- sie, ...... Asst colors PRINTS,
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    OUR*vr e QUALITY INSTALLATION WERE 219SINUTAB pack-..............299 4 I WERE 1.44Supar TOPS WITH

    INSOLA ZION COLD COTIMCtOHS HEAT ACRYLIC HOLDERS ------ WERE2JR TABLETS............30....a... 1.49 hose,one atretcN ode Ills partly all or LONG SLEEVES
    SAVE SAVE 2.88T.3.88 BAN ROLL ON ANTI-PERSPIRANT/ IkAt \ "k comfort lop knea-hi a

    ON HEATING I. 964-6956 I ON COOLING' OUR DISCOUNT PRICE WAS-3 2 9 oz .(*Limit T..,.2)J....,?....,.,.,. I m nylon.wIwadw/ae band 100% MISSES"VELOURS 6.88
    Tooth' bruati hotdata and a COLGATE TOOTHPASTE
    e DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONFREE OAp tftottvft M .haMvy. .aIMc WAS 1.29..7 OZ.I.O9 PK.OF 2 WHITE TOPSyT WERE 1./1/1
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    l All cotton,aiaatlc wmatdoubl. .
    i Sale pripe 2 Jugs'$9.94 SUM aaama S to raintorcad 7.Shoes.

    '.....""' Cash Refund'from Prestone$4.97! ,
    1A t1 '
    for work
    Bud One-Get One FREE COST or play.f .
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    With Coupon Eat In or Carry Out ; "
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    Starke 964-6877 _M. N..W.w.n. P.ruo..Ou.t .o. S.ID.o I DISCOUNT 12.88 BOYS 2')-8 WERE 18 94
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    I_/Nw.ndTrwbMLrl_______ .0._________ _,.: '.L- 'T._' _Ir"'" __"_; _____-I w/auada overlays. foam .SIZES YOUTHS'Nylon 10.2 4.84 a"nUI"" Onodyear, w.R onn
    padded Insole' r""- 'Of II i Vinyl upppra 7.12
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    FLORIDATHEATRE CeIebriOrioc' Congratulations! Correctional Officers

    Starts 964-5451
    .. 30,000 correctional. Officers Nationwide ARE

    Fit, Sat.. & :Sun. Party ,'. 4th Annual Ball

    In search Change Date). SOS .. F.S'C M E .. JOII\I us.\ Date

    ,1- ..**;

    Historic : Monthly for ALL 1981 $12 ,316 Starting Salary

    19'I' 40 Each & Every

    COl& COM 1982 $13.175 Starting salary

    Effective In 1981
    watch for New Party Date to be Announced soon

    301 DRIVE IN Plus Approx.Remember: .- .


    Fri.( Sat., sun:_ & 'Mon.'J' oc' U or more additional. In 1982 .1 i

    RODNEY DANGERFIELD N (appx. S3775 Package Deal)

    a .1 I

    w P : .'F'SCME O Negotiated For YOU

    .PLUS. ". in ONLY 3 years under AFSCME correctional

    THE r N Officer's; starting salary has :nearly doubled to

    .LONC\RIDERS Local union 2848; Doug Spears, president an estimated average of nearly 514,000 In 1982J .

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    Out of the space age comes this gas saver ,: I \

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    tar, Buddy Collings gas prices hurdling the dollar mark countered is a Trailways Bus that for.. j !
    1 the I 90-mile round-trip from his SR-16 two days in a row enroute to Jacksonville -; I 1'f
    Staff Writer
    'I' --- home Just west of Morgan Road was has pulled alongside hiA i.J:
    V .. : digging deeper and hovered nearby for a few minutes, I'
    .. ",.' : (Editor', note: Ms story was Ashline'a paycheck He tried apickup then pulled up ahead, changed lanes c
    \. t, \ published In the Bradford County truck, he tried a Honda SOOcc motorcycle and then decelarated back along slde ;
    -' .., Telegraph last l wash but was Jumbledin but neither was the answer. him so the paying passengers on the-
    our pasteup process. This Is a This thing gets 30 percent better'' both sides could get a good look. That,> r,
    reprint In ill correct form.) mileage than the motorcycle and I'm surely won't be the last story he can'"' ',:
    : rx out of the elements" Ashline pointedout tell wife Carol and the family at the "
    For most of us the drive to and from as he eyed the Jour-foot live-inch, dinner table. '
    work is a forgotten part of most every 650-pound three-wheeler. After explaining Still Ashline Is the first to admit"r I
    ar, fcVWa day, blending into obscurity along that he grabbed the postal that his mode transportation to and
    with the morning shower and coffee Job "for the security of it" amidst a from work is not for everyone. As.a ;
    ). breaks. missile layoff at Cape Kennedy seven matter of fact his sons, Todd, a }, .
    .. But for Victor Ashline what was a years ago ana located in Bradford 19-year-old Santa Fe CC student, an I'', I'' :.
    45-mile stretch of daydreaming from ''because we just like the country", Allen, a 17-year-old BHS student, are !t
    Bradford County to the Jacksonville his attitude about the car seems star quick to shake their heads in a "no'way" .
    westside bulk mail center has been prisingly daredevilish. response'when asked if they: .
    turned into a parade of double-takes, He wrote a letter to H-M vehicles drive the little car. "All he has around,... t'
    s! giggles, questions, and Just plain for more details got the Information him is a fiberglass shell, he's right on
    gawking.' ("most of it was propaganda," he the road," Allen says, sounding more 't!,
    \ r The object of all that attention is says), and ordered the car, at a cost like father than son as he passes.. ,It
    Mr. Ashline's new baby his three- of $3,255 delivered.. After nearly a judgement on pop's new tov. .... If.
    week old car. The vehicle is a year of waiting the glistening gas- "It's not for everyone"' Ashline:. it
    'it- t Freeway Deluxe a steel-reinforced saver arrived and Ashline has been agrees. "You've got to be the type1- ','.
    k.rr *> fiberglass shell built around a one scooting around it in ever since. person who's used to motorcycles and:. n{
    s", seat (two passengers maybe) body "I really didn't think I had too muchto go-carts and that type of thing. It I t
    i. with a 12 horsepower single-cylinder lose," the 47 year old father of five you're looking for a Cadillac type ride
    Tecumseh engine doing the work. As says matter-of-factly. He put up a and liesure forget it. It's not built for
    Mdti 4 : it motors down the roadway the refundable deposit of $200 with the comfort, it's not quiet It's strictly 4"i': ,
    Freeway is a three-wheeled, one- balance paid on delivery. "And think- commuter. If you've ever driven 'a-"t. .v.,
    eyed, space-age yellow bandit that ing about how much gas is going to be Volkswagon Beetle you'll know what;
    ". ".-' -- --- could easily pass for a fully-equipped in a year..." Ashline stopped short of I'm talking about,that's what you can ..
    James Bond escape car, or maybe a saying the seemingly-expensive purchase compare it to." :: :\.
    rich man's go-cart. But tooling down was a deal he couldn't refuse. ...
    MO at 55 miles per hour in rush hour He figures he has gotten just under ''' '
    traffic? 60 miles per gallon on his first two Local Attorney ,,::
    A Rare Pit Stop of his rare refills. Yep, that's exactly what these cars tankfuls, that on driving to and from Named Fund Member fc,'.
    This is a scene not often scene these days Victor Ashline Ashline has been getting 60 miles to the gallon with the have been made for, this one and the Jacksonville as well as around town. ."
    pulling up to a gas pump with his new three-wheeled gas new car and saving big money on his five-days-a-week trip 167 others that were sold before it by "They tell me that should go up a lit James Reginald Flynn,son of Mr. &;?
    saver and filling 'er up. The calendar marks the day for one from Bradford County to Jacksonville.Inmate's H-M Vehicles of Burnsville, Min tle once the engine gets broken in andif Mrs. George Flynn,Jr.,of Starke has:'.. .
    nesota. I use that Mobil I synthetic oil." been named a Fund member attorney
    "This car is for getting from point A That translates to $7 or $8 weekly of Lawyers' Title Guaranty Kurvl! : ru
    to point B economically said compared to his truck gas bill of closeto Flynn a graduate of Samford Um .
    Ashline, a former space engineer $30 per week. sity, Cumberland School of Law, is r- '
    Death Under Probe by Grand JuryThe turned postal worker. "It's basicallyJust Ashline smiles with the pride of a active in legal practice in'-:,.
    a one person commuter car." man who has dared to do something Tallahassee. ,.
    Bradford County Grand Jury sy showed the inmate had a full 17 years old, was arrested for motorcycle In other words, Ashline stops at the different and politely answers questions Lawyers' Title Guaranty Fund was; :.' '
    was in session as this paper went to stomach at the time he died and didn't theft and was not a violent per- gas station about half as often as an .when passersby stop to peep at the nation's first bar-related title in'-\"""" ''
    press with courthouse speculationthat believe he would commit suicide on a Arab visits the bank. The vehicles' the funny little car that has just one surer and is the state's largest under} '.
    the panel will 'consider cir- full stomach. son."West wanted to serve his time in maker boasts that if the owner test seat and little other than the writer In number of Florida titles msured '.Y".
    cumstances surrounding the Jan. 10, Lohman commented that prison of- peace and quiet," Lohman said. drives his Freeway at 40 miles per necessities for legal driving inside."I \.",
    suicide of an inmate at Florida State ficials thought West was an escape On a question by this paper, hour and doesn't get 80 to 100 miles almost hate to take it into town.
    Prison. risk He stated that while he was in Lohman stated the Duerstocks have per gallon of regular gas then a full The last time I went I came out of the Tho Off lc.Shop Afidott.rOffl4'\. .
    Inmate Joseph J. West 24, was custody on the auto theft case he triedto hired John Lowe of Tampa, an at- refund is due the car owner. store and couldn't see the car there Offer a Rmtal Machinery jury:
    found hanged to death in his cell on run from the officers in Orange torney, to look into the whole area of a That guarantee appealed to Ashline was so many' people looking in it," 'urchoa.Plan JlO l W.Call St. OSOnTypowrltori. s
    Q-Wing, according to Vernon Brad- County. negligence suit against the Department when he read about the car in Popular Ashline remembers with a chuckle. 944-3744 ,j
    ford, Department of Corrections Lohman stated West, when he was of Corrections. Mechanics year and a half ago. With But the funniest thing he has en- VlctorCol.uloton.. 101.|..(.
    sookesman.Bradford stated West was found .
    hanged in his cell tied with one end ofa : ,
    bed sheet to cell bars with the other
    end around his neck. I
    The inmate was found by correc- nB rr :;
    tional officers at 6:25: p.m. Saturday :
    Jan. 10, and was pronounced dead bya
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    physican at 6:45 p.m., accor- 'w..w. w. .
    prison ; ,f' ) \ !
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    ding to Bradford x J/ aestvags0etencedpug >t. a :: \ .1 \> 1.t.'O .OA tlttc It
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    2Vyears' in) prison! for grand\ theft'and tally 40. J "
    attempted escape from Orange County. 0 "

    A press conference was held outsidethe 'f!
    Bradford County Courthouse in
    Starke with James Lohman, a staff

    member of the Florida Clearinghouseon .... -
    Criminal Justice, a Tallahassee .
    prison reform group, accompanied by
    West's parents Gertrude and Robert .
    Duerstock of Tampa.As .
    Lohman was briefing the ANNUAL J,
    members of the media present, Brad- PERCENTAGE
    ford County Deputy Sheriff Paul
    out to the front of the "., ..
    Stegall came 01'1')<1't .
    courthouse where the conference was (rt t .'

    held and told Mrs. Duerstock that the homes built on your cce ar c..
    Grand Jury would like to talk to her. IfTI(' } 1- ? (
    Lohman the media a report on 4 {
    the circumstances of the Inmate'sdeath property to almost;any If ,Q+ ..IvB oq
    where West found .d yam restage
    was hanging.He
    stated it was ironic that it was from the ti; j x,17 oi t. b I
    the night before the CBS News program :; r :

    "60 Minutes" which revealed up to 9O% complete: .
    problems in Florida prisons at Union L
    Correcitonal Institution. Dan Rather i iit'f.
    did the interviews in that highly con-

    troversial program. .
    Lohman stated West should never I

    have been incarcerated at FSP ......... .
    He referred to the Swanson's report .y ':
    which was ordered last year by Circuit :, ....'..'Ntf \ ,1..1)
    Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green ; : rr. r4,1 ..,:,.'... ,'J't :i I.'JI.II..r........,!.,o'/'r.;: ,.KI .,,..
    Jr. to investigate and make a reportto :MI ,Jr) :Ir 1.%,, .,.A '. II'1t': \" ''<':1'' '''''' '''''''''f'' '' '' .1,(' '" ...
    the court on violence at FSP nl.r- .,,
    The Swanson panel was appointedby 1 ,'
    Judge Green after eight inmates
    filed three civil suits seeking relief
    from the violence at FSP. I
    Lohman reported Swanson's panel .x
    reported to the court that between 25 t.
    to 60 percent of the inmates at FSP do ,
    not require maximum security.He a
    stated it was virtually impossible -
    to be transferred out of FSP.
    Lohman stated an autopsy report of f afi+ 'f

    the remains of inmate West showed : .
    he had a four-inch laceration on his ---NNM
    left arm. He had bruises on his eye ;!
    him and chest. The autopsy was performed Mortgage money is ling harder and take up to a monthormore; with so many inside work yourself Install Die electrical '
    by Dr. Gertrude Warner in harder to find and. v jn you do find a financing institutions. the wallboard. paint the walls. The more the PRESIDENT. e Ii. : t',<\! ,'.. :
    Ocala, according to Lohman. He in- lender its expensi Even the new Just as important as financing how you do. the more money you II save 1 .. \1 1I
    dicated West's parents! witnessed the F.H A. mortgage rr has risen out of' ever. Is that when Jim Walter builds for Let us show you how you can buy a 4 BEDROOMS_ 2 BATHS .<, "J. ; ; ,
    sight and convent il loans are even 'II have ..---'-"-- 4 I 't-ii'! s
    body you. you more home for less value low
    .high cost home by Jim Walter '
    higher much !I.. er. But this is no How r .... ... it 1 .;. ,
    Is '
    Lohman revealed that he ? money. this possible? More than at a monthly payment within your budget. l-r I : 't\ i
    understood inmate Richard"Bushaxe" problem when you build the Jim Walter 30 years ago Jim Walter began building Let us show you the more than twenty s'r .. I .
    Williams is under suspi- way. Jim Walter can build on your prop- homes that his customers could finish models from which you may choose. Let fl.. ..III. ,'\ ..I cion in the case. Williams is serving a erty and finance your new home' and the inside for themselves to save money His us tell you about the money-saving op- a.I'1 "'.; '. :
    annual 11
    life sentence for murder of another inmate percentage rate you II pay Is only plan still works! Your new home will be tions. Let us give you complete no- ; ; "
    currently has a murder trial 10 .. Yes. Jim Walter has plenty of built on your property to almost any stage obligation. information .and the' cost Of t L I.--f' c .... .. !' r.
    pending in a prison case in Bradford money to build (for his customers.,. and of finish from the "shell" unfinished building' on your properly Wa want r:1 :., .....,, '._ .,'. )
    the Instant. Credit .
    service is approval is inside to one that is 90% complete to have all the facts before you buy.Call, "', '. ,'" ,
    County.West's case was the type of case usually only a matter of a day or two You tell us where to( stop, then cut costs stop by.or send thecoupontoournearesl .V 1': 7',
    cited in the Swanson report, according -' rather than the red-tape delays that can to the very bone by doing some of' the display park today. WE DO IT RIGHT: !!! 1..5.III r I 'viJ' :': r.

    to Lohman.
    Lohman confirmed that West had OVER TWENTY HOMES FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE .

    attempted suicide a number of times f.
    since he has been in the Florida ................... .

    Prison system. '. ,, ...''" a l: .. f i .1. FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG! .' i

    Lohman stated the inmate'sparents ....... .If; I"'At.'DMES ". '
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    met with him a week beforehe --- ClJ.JIf W \ : .. i *nw.ri dry.> r
    died and stated he was in good > f would' like h :
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    spirits and was hoping for a transfer.He 1. of building" en my property. I und.rilond:! Jh.rt Mould 'y f
    stated the inmate's mother doesn't believe West committed JACKSONVILLE FLA. '. 111, I hr '"el. fr.. ..t'\aJ'Ii.J\ .. : :k.,"t''., '' .' !
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    January :29.- 19X1 V .P.......'.1A
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    NOTICE to s.c. 6. 6.5.8 for a has bea.v filed against Informotloi" cofKvrnlna th*
    OP DID LEGALSNOTICE recreation Prh In OR you and you or.requiredto mount or doicrlpllon. ot th.. proot -
    The .... ..... ,...
    Bradford .
    County Board of County (open rural) classification servo a copy of your ,p., .ho nunss odd
    If tho holder. may...obtained by Want Ads have a larger circulation
    Commissioners will recelve; s.ald bids for located one mIle written dofensos. any p._ poMU4n5 on InIn -

    driveway culverts to b.opened 2 OFINTENTION South of Starko on the to It on EUGENE F, ...., tho p.op.y by odd,...
    February West side of Hwy 100 In SHAW. ESQUIRE. 733 N. Ing on ,Inquiry to CfHAlO A. than any area nowsoaoor.
    1981 at 10:00: A.M. In the county commission TO REGISTER Section 3, Township 7 Palmetto Ave., Green liWIl. 5.... Comptrallor. Aban. U

    room at the Bradford County Cour- FICTITIOUS South Kongo 22 East Cove Springs Florida, _... Property lection.. ATTN,

    thouse. Complete specifications may be NAME 4647-00100.out of parcel P.O.Cove.Boll 838 Florida Green Harry Cepltal.'S. Tallohauee.Coraon. 101 rlorlde StOle Did you know the classified ads you or. has something someone In Melrose Is Interested I

    picked up at the Road Department at 8128 V Springs before 31301: |1901)) "' .2583. .. Hire to now looking at. have the largest single In. Thus Buyer meets Seller and a
    Pursuant to Section This SPECIAL EXCEPTION 32043 on or 20 V iopniton II..,. .op numb...
    North Grand Street.. The board reserves 865.09. Florida Statute, I I. subject to o February 1981 and file AM R tho. name a* published 'In distribution of any newspaper cov.rlngBrodlord. transaction occurs. J

    the right to ,reject any and all bids submit. notice Is hereby giventhat public hearing to beheld the original with the tins _'Ieo. union proot otownerthlp Union and the south part of Clay Plus we offer a weekly paper with local
    !. presented to Is..,. County? That' right we circulate over which
    ted. Gilbert S. the ) fifteen days after Clerk of this Court either news, sports plus advertising
    Brown, Clerk to the Board. undersigned holder' (Floonclol kiuronce
    "'IIIIon. 9.000 Of these 9.000
    Mary E. Grov. P.O. Box public notice has been before service on Plain Componloft .. Corpora.ileni papers weekly. approximately provides our readers an oppportunity to
    1 Ifchg 1/29.
    : 709 Keystone Heights, ,given In the County tiff's attorney orn. ,etc,)b,March 31. '''I, the 2,600 are mailed directly to. _V.- shop for bargains while keeping up with
    I ". I Fla. 32656. sole owner, Commission Roam In mediately thereafter: properly will' .bo delivered 10, Individual households through"" subscriptions. local events.
    the Bradford County otherwise 0 default will Custody la tho Comptroller olFlorida. .
    doing business
    This Is In compliance MARY'S CREATIVE EX Courthouio. A this be entered against' you We feel that our classified ads are Surveys have shown that it Is not
    ;." FLORIDA. PROBATE with Florida Statutes. PRESSIONS. P.O. Box time! all persons Interested for the relief demandedIn super buys. There are several reasons unusual for a local weekly paper to stay I In

    DIVISION. Fll. NO. Chapter 73310. as 703 Keystone Heights shall be heard the Complaint. Of FLORIDAI that we make this comment. For exam the household. for 4 to 7 days. This provides -

    enacted by the 1974 F''. 32636, Intends to for or against the praopalal. Witness my hand and tt 2Khg 129. ple.... our advertisers an opportunity to
    Florida Legislature. said fictitious as specified In seal 1 of this Court on have their ad work for
    kt r.: ESTATE OF register We very well may have a classified ad them for a much
    Thomas L. Jr.,
    Casey the Code of 1981 A.D.
    Zoning 19
    CLATIE A. PRATT. Superintendent of name under the provisions January NOTICE OF from a reader In Worthington Springs who longer period of time.
    of aforesaid ,Bradford County. Gilbert S. Brown. as
    Do<*a>*d. Schools: INTENTIONTO
    statute. James L. Porrlsh Clerk ol the Circuit -- -
    ri' NOTICE TO l'292tchg2/S Chairman.' Bradford Court. by: Boulah M. REGISTER
    CREDITORSTO Dated 'ttila 6th day of County Board of Ad- MoG Deputy Clerk. FICTITIOUS Pablo Picasso and "1Jn with day of the special; hlIIls. thl1Ianagl'ml'nt
    NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S January A.D. 1981 In NAME
    ALL PERSONS HAVING Joan area will be limited to
    Stark. Florida. $luitments. 1/29 Itehg. lr4trhn. Miro Visits
    liB 4tpd "
    CLAIMS OR SALE NOTICIOtMIUME' 120 hunters, said Fred W. Stanberr)'.
    DEMANDS AGAINST THE Notice Is hereby given 1/29. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Of P55SON5APPSAINO Pursuant to Section Public Library director of the Division of Wildlife, for

    ABOVE ESTATE: that I. Dolph E. Reddish. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDA. EIGHTH. TOSSowplsRs 865.09, Florida Statutes, I lie Commission.
    Lithographic works
    Within three months as sheriff of Bradford FOR BRADFORD COUN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN or notice Is hereby given of Joan Miro. said
    Max StantxMTy that as a result of ancurlier
    front th. time ol the first County. Florida under TY. FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION AND FOR BRADFORD ABANDONED HtOHUrtrunuant that the undersigned Bill. Pablo Picasso Shinsui I Ito
    tm tacllon 19 Chop'., Corita Kent Fernando application process. quota| i ipermits
    publication of this notice and by virtue of Writ of CASE NO. 8111. COUNTY. FLORIDA Gilbert G. Nelson Leger.
    717. r-larld tfatutM. ntlllwl Michael Ponce De have been Issued to ;M
    you or* required to file Execution to-wit: S.D.A. CORPORATION CIVIL ACTION. CASE NO. Florida OlHK Itton of Unclaimed owner doing businessas Leon. Jacques "
    "Therefore each
    with th. clerk of the Circuit Execution Issued out a/k/a SOUTHERN DIS. 81-24. .pop.nt Ad'. ,,'Ice I. h.r.b MAGNUM CONCEPTS. Villon, Fritz Winter, and' Hadaka a day. on
    Court of Bradford of Circuit Court of Bradford COUNT COMPANY WALTER WILLIAMS ft given Shut Is.. per*-. 'lbt.dbalow Rt. 3. Box 184 (Rd. IOCS). Joshida will be on exhibit at the Brad. day of the hunt. 70 archers will be

    County, Florida Probate County Florida pursuant Plaintiff, SONS INC., A Florida oppar...b.IM.wn.n ot Stark. Fl 32091. Intendsto ford County Public Library on 105 E. allowed onto the management" on
    bivliion, the address of to a Final Judge vs Corporation property unclaimed pr POTVOAO........d! -r"' -. bl., register said fictitious Jackson St. in Starke from Feb. 4, to u lirst-come. first-served! basis.

    which Is P.O. Drawer B, ment for Ernest JOE BROWN. JESSIE Plaintiff V THII DOES NOT INVOiVI UfAt name under the provisions Feb. 20. The prints in this collection, An archery permit in addition to u

    Starke. Florida 32091 a Copeland and against GREEN BROWN. and v* ISTATI.Apporttnff. of aforesaid by ten internationally renown artists, wildlife management area Mump and
    written and verified Tom Mark.. defendant. GENERAL FINANCE JAMES R. LAYTON. SR. Ownr, Alb.... statute. illustrates highly individualisticstyles regular hunting license is required to

    statement of any claimor In the amount of CORPORATION. and MELISSA A. 04O6IVSOOOOI Jam.' N.l, Account Numbvr Doted this 29th day of and uses of color in the print- luirvest wildlife during the t>pt.'Cialllt"

    d.mand you may hove 25058.00 together with Defendants. LAYTON., husband and BIKERHi., N. C. January. A.D. 1981 In making medium. This circulating ex chery huntJ.Additional: .

    against the, estate of costs of collection. NOTICEOF wife, *?, 1 BOX J -CSTA'KCi Bradford County hibition international printmaker as information may be ob-

    CLATIE A. PRATT. Have seized and haveIn ACTIONTO Defendants. rt. 3201 Florida. 1/29 4tpd 2/19. colorist, contains works which shows Mined l b)' i-alluig the P.inam.i ('II)'
    deceased. my possession the : JOE BROWN and NOTICEOF V O1O1-1CSO-0003 color in a prominent position in the Itt'Hiotial: Oll'Cl'' IIl'lhl'I Commission atI
    Each claim must be In following described property JESSIE BROWN. 1877 ACTIONTO C"06-I9IU-C002 ServicemenAIC compositional l scheme. Aquatint I lie toll tree. number ol l-WHKMiHiiTH.\ :

    writing and must Indicate to-wit: 14th Street, San Pablo : JAMES R. tCNNCTT, loeeyII"C619I0000J L printmaking silk
    the basis for the Lot 21. Block 2 In and screening
    California 94806. LAYTON, SR. Nathan S. Rund
    Japanese woodcut Hawks & Owls
    claim. the name and address Gahogan Subdivision In YOU ARE HEREBY MELISSA A. LAYTON. tactic IRENE S Nathan S. Rund son print-
    of th. creditor or the Northeast quarter of NOTIFIED that an Ac. husband and wife OIC519I001l1610wtAS making be represented.This Are ProtectedLAKE
    of retired Air Force
    his agent or attorney.and the Southeast quarter of lion to Foreclose a Mortgage AND OTHER PARTIES STEVEN H program is made possible with
    the amount claimed.If Southeast quarter of Sec. on the following HAVING INTERESTS II"C6ltiOOOO"aRoVN. Senior Master Sergeantand the support of the Rmgling Museumsand CITY-Hawks and owls are
    the claim Is not yet lion 21. Township 6 property in Bradford HEREIN CLIFFORD 01C"C.191001115 Mrs. Elmer Rund of funded by the State of Florida. some of the most useful birds knownto

    due, the date wh.n it South Range 22 East as County Florida: YOU ARE NOTIFIED StuELD. CM'">LEJCNITTV A OERSC"C.I9IOO Keystone Heights, has Shipping was donated by Gator man, says the Florida Game and

    will become due shall be the same appears of A parcel of land In the; that an Action for Il6 been promoted in the Freightways. Don't miss this free Fresh Water Fish Commission. These

    stated. If the claim I.contlng.nt Is record In Plat Book 2, E'/ of the NW% of the FORECLOSE A MOR. JEA'4 U.S. Air Force to the local art exhibit at your public library large predators feed upon field mice,

    or unli. Page 41 of the Public SEV4 more particularly TGAGE on the following lCO.19.0DODICOOPEA, AN..It rank of airman first during normal library operating snakes, lizards and insects, thus providing -

    quidated. the nature of Records of Bradford described as follows: V property In BRADFORD 1006'19.000C2COIC class. hours: Monday 9am-8pm,Tuesda)' a "check and balance" systemto

    the uncertainty shall be County Florida. 1 '/. acre lying North COUNTY. FLORIDA: c. N. ritusTc Airman Rund is a fire Friday 9 am 5 pm. and Saturday 9 wildlife.

    stated. If the claim Is 1970 Ford 2 dr. I.O. and West of Highway TRACT 33: Port of the C1O1I.9e08Ce1OI'PZtR protection specialist at am 2 pm.Joe V These bird of prey are given complete

    .secured the security No. OA35H I 46272. 301 bounded V on the South half of the WILLIA" England Air Force protection by the Florida Game

    shall be described. The As the property of the South by C, Chambers Southwest quarter of the 130'19'0000'DICKENSON., Base, La. and Fresh Water Fish Commission as
    OCfcNIS V
    claimant shall deliver a above named defendant on the West by Mack Northeast quarter of OllO19.00CC7ESTATE Budd Archery well as the federal government. Persons

    copy of the claim to the and that on Monday, the on the North by Me- Section 35. Township 3 OF 1'RK D. HCBLO'dJ Sgt. Gary D. Jones Hunts Are SetTALLAHASSEE having information about the

    clerk who shall furnish 9th day of February, Calsin and on the East South Range 22 East N. K. ADAMS, EXfC. Sgt. Gary D. Jones, son killing or molesting of these birds
    the copy to the personalrepresentotive. 1981 at one o'clock on by Highway 301 all being Bradford County, STAVE TI.. Four late season
    of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamR. urged to call the Wildlife Alert hotlineat
    C1CI-1? U-OCO:?!
    sold day on the premisesof In Section 32. Florida more particular. archery bunts have been! set for the
    ALL CLAIMS. AND the Bradford CountyJail ly described follows CVEOETT, ALVIS Keystone Area 1-800-342-8105. Concerned citizens
    Township 6 South. as : Joe Budd Wildlife Management:
    has arrived for could
    1006-19IU'OCOS- Heights. receive to
    DEMANDS NOT SO FILED Yard I will offer for 22 East. Bradford Commence at the Northeast near Tallahassee, according to the up $100 reward.
    at RAF Most wildlife
    duty Upper enthusiasts
    WILL BE FOREVER BAR sale and sell to''the) County Florida has corner of the nr ] BOX SZJT Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish
    highest bidder for cash been filed South half of the *OKE FL 12091 Heyford, England. Commission.A something important is missing from

    REDDate of the first in hand the above and or.against required you to Southwest quarter of the 015 1-ieoGCCGflFFlA ; Jones, a telecommuni- limited number of archers will be the outdoor world if there were no
    described you JU'MT* cations systems longer opportunities to hawks
    publication of this Noticeof property of Northeast quarter of see
    said serve a copy of yourwrltt.n I C06-i'ueooTMANSFOPO. specialist was previously allowed to hunt legal game. includingdeer soaring aloft hear the
    Administration: defendant to satisfy If Section 35 Township 5 14 or shrill cries
    defense ELIZA?ETH R of either sex February 7 8, -
    Janpory 29. 1981. the aforesaid Execution South Range 22 East assigned at AndrewsAir of the redt.ail hawk. Hawks and owls,
    to It Richard E. C"C6-1910"00 March I.
    any. on 15. 21 22 and February 29 -
    j-j/Eth l \ thence South 89 34' Force Base, Md. like aU other species natural
    Hayes Pratt. /s/Dolph E. Reddish Welty Plaintiff's attorney run HART, FREDERICK GOllC619I0'Q009 have play a
    Air Personal Representative Sheriff Bradford County whose addressIs 04" West a distance of Earlier preseason regulations role in the wUdlife world.
    of the Estate of ,Florida. 954, North 1168.01 feet to a point on JCt.NINGS, CHARLES k 2nd Class T.L. stated a one day difference in the

    CLATIE A. PRATT. .1/13 4tchg 25.NOTICE. Avenue, Post Temple Office the East line of a 35 foot JOHNSON C"C6-9, JACK 0-CGtO E PressleyNavy dates. but that was in error.

    Rood thence
    Deceased.ATTORNEY County ; run
    Box 995 Starke, Florida OllC619'00011KATZ
    FOR PER- OFINTENTION 32091 on or before 16 South OS 16' 40" West HICHII7OiC019,0.000s Aviation Electri
    SCWAl' REPRESENTATIVE February 1981 and file 331.62 feet for the paint clan's Mate 2nd Class OPEN HOUSE

    : Myron C. TO REGISTER the original l"wlth; the of beginning; thence run KlMROt DENNIS C0"06.nO'COI" Talmadge L. Pressley

    Prjjott. Jr.. P.O. Drawer FICTITIOUS ..... 0ff*! 79e;-. Keystone Heights, NAME 4.,i either before service :332.54: feet: thence run KIND, COBBY JOllC6nIO'COU V Conduct Medal:His wife.: :

    Florida 32656. Telephone on Plaintiff's attorneyor North 89 :37 38" East a Linda, lithe daughter of

    ((904)) 4734993. Pursuant to Section Immediately distance of 544.80 feet to LOHNK1M VICTOR ItOBcH'TSCuOS.1950.uOlV Gene Walden, of Starke.

    t29 2tchg 2/5. 865.09. Florida Statutes, thereafter: otherwise, the West line of a 60 foot PCFAGOEN, CARL) The Good Conduct

    t:PUBLIC NOTICE notice is hereby given a default will be road right-of-way: ..2C71I9suC0C7MCLCMORE Medal signifies faithful
    fSe Bradford County that the undersigned. entered against you for thence run North 01 ors.e" Ts'OMSS GARY and obedient service durIng -

    School Board. Starke. Donald E. Champion Sr.; the release demandedIn East along the CII06-1"0-.0.; a four-year period. To

    Florida' will hold a Public 838 North Temple Ave.. the Complaint. Westerly right-of-way IhAKCCt C.C61980'w0I6tW.AN. WILLIE L earn it, Navy enlistedmen OF"TRACTORS
    line of said road j
    and Donald E. Champion
    Hearing' on Proposed Witness ,my hand and rACOARCT000619t01.,017 and women must
    distance of 291.53 feat to
    Jr.. 1012 Butler Rd.,
    Rutej 42110. School AdvlsoiVy seal of this Court 'on achieve and maintain a :
    Committees and Starke, Florida 32091, January 13. 1981. a paint of a curve; fit I KENNETH L
    level of
    satisfactory ; Northwesterly per
    co-owners. doing Gilbert S. Brawn, run C"C6lgeoooURretRT. I .
    -IliS, .Silent Prayer or as
    with a curve concave RICHARD; .. formance and an
    business C A H'S &
    as Circuit
    Clerk of the
    Meditation on F.bruary Southwesterly. sold ". 0. BOX "!2 ,unblemished conduct C
    16. p81, at 7 P.M.. In the METALS RECOVERY 638 Court. by: Joan A. curve having a centralangle s'AqKc 'L. 3ZC.1 'record for the entire
    Schapl Board Room of North Temple Avenue Branson. Deputy Clerk. C781I9IJUIJOISHE".ocr IMPLEMENTSThe
    of !53 49' 46", a period.Pressley.
    th Bradford CountySCI" Stork. Fl 32091 Intendsto 1/13 4tchg 2/5. MARCKSlttSABAUGH
    j radius of 50 feet an arc is currently
    1'. Administrative said fictitious I"C6-I.0-wCO"
    register NOTICEHARRY length of 77.93 feet and'a ORSIIT H with,
    '. 582 N. Temple I 'name. und.r the provl- COONEY. has ch9rd bearing onddlttanco c"C6-198-orl. Combat Support Helicopter 16. based Long line of affordable farm equipment is now even
    Slarke. Florida. 'slons of aforesaid
    made the of North :27 20' SLAL.AR, COROT U 0* CON
    ,.. of these pro- statute. application to '4V RT 2, BOX USC at the Naval Air Sta- more affordable during ou'r "Big One-Day Sale. You can save
    Bradford Board West 4S.27 foot
    pofd( Rules *2190iemd I Ifr Dated this 15th day of Of Adjustments County for thence run,South 89 34'; S'ARK!, .FL JZCMu lIon; Pensacola, Fla.A up to 25% or more over our normally low prices.
    A.D. 1981 In T-i9 uoeeSITH 1973 graduate of
    be January
    may obtainedthe ; 04" West
    distance of
    SPECIAL EXCEPTION onprop.rty a
    SupertntetiJs Stark., Florida. 1/13 PA1WY C Bradford High School, he
    described 492.15 feet to the
    paint ::'s05I910CO20tWoP'PSCN.
    )s Office gIi. 582: I .tpd 25.jiaipii below from Open Rural'CLARK of beginning. AGNES ..1lsc6. Joined the Navy in
    I N.1. Temple Avenue. -19J-C622!\ t December, 1972 under the CHECK THESE SPECIALS:

    ., Florida. UCStR.. PoI aSAHI delayed entry program. LONG ALL OUSEL REG. PRICE SAVI SALE

    ____I .... _6-19r-urz- : '4910
    27 HP 260 17,132 2,222

    Estate 32 HP310 17,632 '2.709 '4923
    Bryan Real
    HP360P/S '9,471 '2,516 '5955

    g 3'OW.CoJ'SI.m 45 HP460 PIS '9,440 13,173 6267

    I (Cor. US 301 & Call St.) LJ:! ,*, & .': '. r HP510P/S 110,231 3.639 '6532't

    ,') A..,' UUIIArnl.WII. r rlOO".M.
    ; } Plus Man, More BIG Savings
    REALESTATI:c, ).. I'OH& M r.o l'J4.Ef .

    EvenIngs and Sunday Ay appointment E: : V
    _'t',V:I Ralph' P. Bryan, REALTOR V .

    ' J0INT! CONDITION Inside and out on almost I aero "

    I' ln: own-3 BR 2 full baths V. Block homo IR Fam.rn" !

    > Cant. H.ot/alr Almost new stove .... ft 781.9011
    dishwasher 45000. tfimii>iiiiiiiiiiiiiniii 5353 W. BEAVER STa

    .Neat 2 BR Frame. Cor.Lot Screened front porch I _______ --
    1oberts2r -
    V 964-5231

    1.500. It Acre CR -
    Fronting en
    .QRAHAM RD. 2 BR-Frama on 2 ecres with pecan.per. 227 |lust off U.S. 301. ... Estate : 1 ,

    fig ft citrus tr... room far mobile horn cellent homo site 12,000 ruij FIORIUWD (:Iatlsfctl

    $27.000. per ocre.Commercial. FRULKNER 111

    964-7828 98e N Temple. L.13 REAltY A .
    EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Private bock yard Ivlldlng ,- REALTY 36-t-5oss"AlTO"

    Gefden area 3 II. 2 Bath Block, ho..... Cent. Corner location, high" troffk Phone '....7700 (;plllPllultJC15C

    hmt/alr Fam. Rm..closed garage Inside utility. area could .. used as I GIORGI aoUIT1'rak.-.' ., J 393: N. Tempi Avenue

    Erira storage'Bldg., $39.900. tire store, .mufflor shop
    !'Sl V I Weekends end Evenings Cell 221 Lafayette St.Across from Wishbone
    etc.. car lift Included
    .MODERN BRICK HOME Just inside City on I acre $97,500 ,..", ... Richard' Roberts. .*..-.595 Ann Godwin'. 94-Sa49 V Apartments for Rent Small 2 bedroom frame

    :&jB 2 Bath I Fam. Rm. Floe.Place Cent. patsy Sllco.944-4579 Norman Nodding 944-5944 Office Space For Rant house, needs some work.

    Hist/sir elated forage I paean trees Con pay Handy Man 2 bedroom John.. Smith' 944-6117 VERSATIll BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3 buildIngs largo lot 90 K 210'.

    and .. 1'1.% $49,900.SA.MPSON .
    aoulty .vm. Mtg. Vr..l .
    frame home'approximately
    with over 4001 frontoga 301. Will sail
    HOMES- STARK an Hwy without textile Ideal' for horse lovers -
    V I I acre, owner terms .3B*. 1.. frm. business.SILVER. .
    LAKI. WATERFRONT .4 BR 2 Both 24 a garage. lot-Collins"' PI., 10 ac. with several barn.
    $10,000. 'Pram' home :2 lots with ....
    McOW Mobile Home. Cent Hoot/air. Dishwasher en warehouse Walnut St. lanced lets of fruit trees,
    .*M. 1.. Block. Fenced 625 Pinewood Dr. LAKE 3 BR concrete blk home beautiful yard, with concrete block homo.
    snrte Ref. Good condo 927,700.
    f $.300.00: Reduction 3 .3BR. 1MB;Block nice 1320 Searing St. mutt see.LAYER .
    .34= acres $5.000 S Acres $'.000. Term... .bedroom black homo with .Frame horn'.. "18. clean' ft neat-Pratt St. Need place to park your
    central heat air. Now .Frame home, FARM II barns large fish pond 20 cleared '
    1:$ good. locution 2B.. .-. *.. Place. on mobile home? Nice acre

    .t=Acres I Up $3.000 A. Lawtey City Water and $32.100. .4 ". 3B, "large, screened roc. room-Searing St. acre*. M.H. hook-up Included. lot with well septic'tank

    il *walks 12% down ,- 10 ,rI. ,'It" Int. Snuggle Up .- In front of OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES LOOKING FOR A I and light polo can rant or Copies
    RENTAL INVESTMENT? Nice 2 BR frame
    the flreplac.Ie| the -38.. IB, frau 21 acres, 3-car ..,....M.L. Starling Rd. house distance. buy with good terms.
    walking to schooli
    'lAcre. graded rood $''.500 terms.I ipecleusaest' of thIs 3 ....... II. from*. largo lot, Leke Butler.3BR. .. stores ate. IU.OOO.

    V V .bedroom 2 Beth homo, 2$. Stucco. Fireplace 301 South. Will TRADt Mobile Homo.. lot far Good terms on 1.41 ac.
    travel traitor metoihome Letter
    or mobileIncome ''
    soned for
    V Acre mobIle Home lot 4000. I over 1100 I.'. *f living 'Large .... 3 mobile. homes-Sampson Lake Rd.Beautiful. and hold lot.
    4 ".2'. brick, IOA-W. of mortgage ho...... Size20C
    WrHAVE OTHER IISTINOS-CALI US FOR=>> All area $59,500. api. lawtey.From
    *. S U. '1. .
    lg.autWdg.ap 4V* A.-Storn Rd.
    a mobile home en beautiful one acre lot: .

    V ANew Cypress homo. 2.. .. producing properwith Legal'
    T toko Lot SU7M Beyless .Hwy.Pool. .
    _- -*HYTU4I-DAY 011 NlOtftllV1 $33.500. F?. 'n. 2$. Brick' -Country Club ere*. V V V 10'.20' screened parch kitchen ...vl". $21.000.:Terms. ty, nice 3 .bedroomhome. Size

    AMOOATtJ-ArTIR HOURS V .L.,... oppr*.. $*., ,... 2B S... 1001. Call for details. hoi
    a : V PRIME COMMERCIAL Hwy 301. Urge building.'' .Terms. 8% ... ..... _g. While Teii Wall
    Liliren C. Pearson vicki'Powell BuIlding lot 33.000 ACREAGI

    'lr,Jlr/Saleifnant V A._.... ".000. e7 _,... 2 trailer hookups Crosby Lake Shores. Property Menogement Appraisals Services. .10 acre southeast a (LEiIwuti.cLEL1:1I; : L

    OMcaManaear H443Sy .L... lot Sampson Lasia.Appre .
    Swan M.Faulknar-RIAlTOR-944- town ISO ImprovementsOwner
    !4 u.. Terry A. GeI2.9tI >lmtely B acres In lawtey A_.
    will Nnanca fairly.
    'V Nay C. W..*,.-..-944494lIlloen e6 acros-OH $R2M.o .' Irene L.'_Iher. ALTOR-ASSOCIATE-944-4142 : ;
    : Nevis V Lucll"Sp".OICE. SAlESMAN-9t4-o43w
    Vec Reddish, ? Stunl.y473.30UPatsy % aero Mobil Homo M Woodland Acre.. .... Pleas cell 110 W. Coil St.
    n Brok*./$*"* lew***-f 44-437 .Beaojtrful !. .,.W. Reddish SALESMAN-43M203 Iwenlngsi :
    '.ecloton .' 9447454"i. acres-Camtry Club ore. James I. Reddish. SA1ISMAN-43M203 Vornl 0..... Broker 9S4S7S41
    Corner U.S. Ml $ovthima V ,
    Nko lot
    fsu.nI Country dvb. .
    .. ...,6.
    V EJwordt Heed Mn-Heno Roberts 944.18O8 GRJ. ........

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    ... .. ",_.. .. __ ! .: :: :;; t : 'r-: .'. rJanuary -- :'\oh', '

    l>>aJte Mil 29. I9HI .

    Obituaries **]V at.r' Y_ JJ. Jjf.LurNR.._ IWIA. lW' 111 Want Ads have larger circulation than any area newspaper.

    4; Mrs.: Nancy Selma EuniceMrs. KazimicrzltozaKazimierz ',< ..;.!:

    Nancy Selma Prevatt Eunice, Roza, 70, of Did know the make this comment. For ex Surveys hovv shown thatIt The people in each the lake 4732210.Region Monitor call.
    G. MullinsMrs. you Linda at > '
    Carolyn 83, of Starke, died Sunday, January Silver Springs, died Sun- classified ads are now ample.,.. I I. not unusual for a local readership area are always ,
    Carolyn G. Mulllns, 85, of 1050 at the Bradford County Hospital day morning in a local looking at, have the largest We very well may have a weekly paper to toy In the eager to find a bargain. ThatIs

    N.W. 60th Avenue, Ocala, died Thurs following an extended illness. hospital after an extended Ingle distribution of any, classified ad from a readerIn household for 4 to 7 day.. why your no longer needed You will be billed for the '

    day, Jan 22, in Marion Community Born and raised in Bradford Coun- illness. newspaper covering! Bradford Worthington Spring who This provide our advertiser Items could very well be ad cost, .*o go ahead and

    Hospital after a short illness. Mrs. ty, Mrs. Eunice was the daughter of Born in Poland, he Union and the south has something someone In an opportunity to In demand by our bargain discover. the results that you .

    Mullins was the mother of local the late Rev. Mitchell and Sonie Grif-- moved to the United part of Cloy County? That' Melrose I I. Interested In. have their ad work for them hunting reader So don't will get from our action

    veterinarian Dr. R.S. Mullins. f is Prevatt, former residents of Brad States in his early life. He right. we circulate over Thus Buyer meet Seller and for a much longer period of take those unwanted item want ad*. ,

    Born in 1895 in Hok County N.G., ford County and was the widow of the was retired from the 9,000 paper weekly. Of a transaction occur.. time to the dump, advertise.

    Mrs. Mullins had taught school in late Julius Eunice. Mrs. Eunice was a Busch Brewery in these 9.000'' Plus we offer a weekly However, the really exciting them.
    until her marriage to G.W. member of the To run a classified In the .
    Georgia homemaker and was a Maryland, moving to 2,600 are mailed directly to paper with local new, .part about advertisingIn
    Mullins. They moved to Ocala in 1928. First Baptist Church of Lawtey. Silver Springs retirementarea Individual household sports, plus local advertising the Bradford County Bradford County Telegraph

    She was a homemaker and active in Survivors include: two sons,James at that time. He wasa through subscriptions.We which provides our Telegraph Union County call Sylvia at 9646305. Advertise Classified Section'In the .

    the First Baptist Church of Ocala, being Harold Eunice, Sr. and Julius S. member of the Catholic readers an oppportunity to Times and The Lake Region To run a classified ad' in

    a charter member of the Dorcas "Jay" Eunice, both of Lawtey; three Church. feel that our classifiedads shop for bargains, while Monitor, i I. that you hove the Union County Times call

    Sunday School Class. She was also active daughters, Mrs. Essie M. Green, Survivors include: his ore super buy. There keeping up with local three different readership Janice at 496-2261,

    in the Pioneer Garden Club of Superioer, Arix., Mrs. Eula E. Bary, stepdaughter, Mrs. Joan are several reason that we event areas To run a classified ad In

    Ocala. Jacksonville, and Mrs. Selma "Sally" Wustrau of Stormville,

    In addition to Dr. Mullins, Mrs. Thompson, Starke; one sister, Mrs. N.Y. and several grand '

    Mullins is survived by a son, G.W. Purvis Brown, Lawtey; one brother, children. ,

    Mullins, Jr. of Winter Haven; a Rev. Fonzo Prevatt, Starke; eighteen Funeral services were Union County Ads

    daughter. Mrs. Marguerite Howell of grandchildren and thirteen great held Wednesday at 10:30: ;

    Ocala; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Page of grandchildren. a.m. at the Graveside in I

    Raleigh N.C.; 6 grandchildren and a Funeral services were conducted Dekle Cemetery with .

    number of nieces and nephews. Wednesday, Jan. 28, at the First Baptist Rev. Raymond Bacr of- I
    Funeral services were held at the Church of Lawtey with Rev. ficiating. Burial followed .

    Chapel of Hiers Funeral Home, Edgar Wilkerson officiating. Burial
    with Archer Funeral AAA
    Ocala, at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, was in Long Branch Cemetery in Home of Lake Butler in HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE PERSONAL I REALESTATE .:f'

    with Dr. Donovan Davidson and the Maxville, with Archie Tanner of FOR SALE SERVICES
    charge arrangements. .
    Hev. William C. Stephens officiating. Funeral me of Starke In charge of .AGENCY.--. .
    : a
    I Interment was in Greenwood arrangements. ASSORTED FURNITURE CUSTOM MADE Ph. 752-0577
    Th. Office Shop BEAUTIFUL ROLLING 40 acre pick-up trucklood for oak.
    Cemetery. 110 W. Call St. parcel oak trees creek Bassett Table w/6 chair. $40 a pick-up truckload. for DItA..ER.I'JFr.Local. OFFERS:

    Offer fenced. Owner financed w/gold velvet cushions pine. Tree service and yard estimate J 2 w IS bxros Providence : .
    Nathan Raulerson china cabinet 6 distributors for completelywoskoble .
    Rental Typewriter Will sell all or part. Jane S. large months work. Call Thomas Nettles ::3 i I' i Ltiko Butlor. '
    Mrs. Agnes MacClements Nathan Raulerson k77 of Starke, old $1,730, queen size 496-3738 TFN natlonallvad..rtl..d .'
    Lake anytime. ,
    and Calculators Usher, Realtor, GardsetteDraperies. 4 I I' II<' Mrs. Agnes C. MacClements, 95, of died Friday night, Jan. 23, at the ,- bed $100. double bed $50. 1/15. '
    '".57" Butler/ Itch9 I 1,29. saw Enter J 2 w 'pool & ll reogo.J .
    the Park of the Palms, Keystone North Florida Regional Hospital in 6 ACRES between Lak.Butl.r Magnavox color T.V. $250; 'l 1978 HONDA GL 1000 Ed Loma I I' CIIA Rctlucccl.

    Heights, died in the Geriatric Centerin Gainesville following an extended il- and Raiford on stove $85, washer $125 MOTORCYCLE) touring prise Stephen 4963253.INSURANCE or J 2 Luko view.J .
    Green Cove Springs Friday, Jan. lness. dryer $100, stereo $85 equipped new tire, excellent
    SR121. Jane S. Usher $150, king size I owner finaiKfoiJ 1,
    23. following a lingering illness. Born in. Bradford County, Mr. Realtor, Lake Butler. 1 Itchg bed refrigerator$75, formal living condition 3000. Acionqu. 5 I 10 80 520 aciosNutoi '
    Mrs. MacClements was a native of Raulerson was the son of the late 1/29. Also 1974 Dodge Von "

    Glasgow. Scotland, coming to the Henry and Mandy Clemons Raulerson CopiesC 3 BRs BATH: brick home In 752-7961 room sofa, Providence.$200. Phone Itpd ..lant.Cgood\ shape MAINES" INSURANCE AGEN- y" soi VILOAfter Ii

    United States in the early 1900's. She of Bradford County. Mr. Raulerson 1600. Ray Powell, .
    Rolford. Jane S. Usher 1/29.: 496-3330. TFN CY 160 S. lake Ave., Lake Hours i
    moved to Keystone Heights 8 years was employed in the Construction Realtor Lake Butler. Itchg ASSORTED FURNITUREi: 496.3371 1/29. or Butler 496-3978. Complete John Longford Jr.

    ago from New Hampshire. She was a business for many years until ill 1 Letter 1/29. Orange floral sofa, like SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH Insurance Service. TFN Realtor Associate :I
    member of the Park of the Palms
    health forced his retirement. I
    Size20C LARGE OLD FASHIONED new $200, orange velvet and Sew Deluxe Zlg-Zag 496-3814
    Church. Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. house, terms available. wlvel rocker $150 queen Sewing Machine-Model FOR YOUR

    Survivors include: one daughter, Lillie Todd Raulerson, of Starke; two Jane S. Usher Realtor, size bedroom suite $400 630. Excellent condition REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN

    Sarah MacDonald Keystone Heights; daughters, Mrs. Ann Brown and Mrs.I Legal! Lake Butler. 'Itchg '1/29. large room divider sew all fancy itltches. UNION! COUNTY LOST/FOUND ,

    one son, Stewart MacClements Ruth Gilpin, both of Starke; one Size 2 RESIDENTIAL lots across bookshelf $75 matching Maple cabinet, buttonholer Residential REWARDBlack: white ando

    Hampton, N.H.; 8 grandchildren 23 brother, Dan Raulerson, Lake Butler; from, Lake Butler outside dresser corner desk chest ruHler and ., ,Acreage tan Walker dog. Lost !rr

    great grandchildren, and 9 great seven grandchildren and five great- While You WailrulLIlUIl city limits. Owner needs $95, early American lamps mer Included. A bargain at Commercial vicinity of Hwy 24118. Has :

    great grandchildren. grandchildren. CASH. Jane S. Usher. $35. triple dresser $65, $250. Call 496-3371 evenIng CalhVenera collar on-no name plot.

    Funeral services were held at 11 Funeral services were conducted at ( Realtor, Lake Butler. Itchg Simmons Double mattress *. BrownRealtor.Assoclate One toe missing on front

    a.m. Monday. Jan. 26, in the Park of 2:00: p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 27, at the 1/29 $25. Phone 7527961.: Pro left foot. Reward: oll.r.d."I;-.

    the Palms Chapel with Mr. James Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral WATERFRONT lot owner vld.nce.llpd 1/29. FOR RENT. Contact M. Wayne Smith *

    Gilbert and Mrs. William Milligan of Home in Starke with Rev. Neal Starling [[C.'i: [tt: financed. Jane S. Usher HOUSE FOR SALE IN PROVIDENCE 496-3022 4962120. ;,

    ficiating. Interment was in the officiating. Burial followed in 110 W. Call St. Realtor Lake Butler. Itchg : Over 3.000 sq. MOBILE HOMe Two Tiffin and Owens. Inc. -j

    Keystone Heights Cemetery, with arrangements Elzey Chapel Cemetery in Wor- 1/29. ft., 4 bedroom 3 bath bedroom. one bath, furnished Realtors Classified :;

    by DeWitt C. Jones thington Springs with Archie Tanner 4-574 10 ACRES with mobile home sunken family room 2 with air on onehalfacre Riverfront & River access Deadline ;j
    Funeral Home. Funeral Home of Starke in charge of fenced cross fenced walk-In patios, large kitchen of land. Hwy. 10. lots. Tuesday :
    arrangements. stable and tack room. JaneS. room/dining pantry room Breaker Road near Werthlngton Homeslte lots Noon, i;

    .- Usher, Realtor, lake Spring No Kid :,
    The Office Shop fireplace, office 20'X40' Meat Processing Plant "
    110 W. Coil St. Butler. Itchg 1/29. concrete pool on 21 ocres- or pets. Phone 496-2108. Hog FarmDifferent "'.
    14 ACRES with beautiful BR 1/29 Itchg.HELP .
    Offer llJO.OOO-owner will sized. Acreage: A'J :

    Rental Typewriter :2 B home, pool barn- finance at low Interest. 6 acre lot In town :
    and Calculator stable, woods pond. Fenced Phone 7527961. Itpd 1/29. WANTED Mobile home & 3V acres CLASSIFIED AD
    and cross-fenced. 30 Deadline for insertion ;
    _ '".57" OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES In town .
    available Terms ,:
    acres :26 acre-lovely homesite
    GIFTS See Union
    ; at home. Webster,
    owner financed Jane S. and farmland. preceding Thursday before. ,,_ .
    Addition County Times open Monday America's foremost dictionary publication. ::';:

    THOMAS METALS INC. Butler Usher Itchg Realtor 1/29. Lake to 5 and p.m.Tuesda8.30, Wednesday-: a.m. home workers company to update needs fin Minimum: charge 250. 3-5,<;

    4iIMetal (Covers 15 Words). :::
    GROCERY STORE with 3 gas closed. Thursday and Friday local mailing lists. All ..J.:7.C. Eachwordoverl5 :: :

    pumps, grease rack 8:30: a.m. till, noon. See age*, experience un. :/ : .
    is 10
    mobile home site on 2 our 1/2 price table of necesary. Call }l
    Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage 473-3133 964-5533 acres SR241 owner selected gift Items. 1-716-845-5670 Ext. 1590. Not responsible for errors

    Keystone. M ,Starke' financed price reduced. .2tpd 1/22: 11:29.Starke: when given over the phone ..1

    Specializing In Mitered End-Sections :And Elbows )motp': '' '0>4 i Highway frontage. Jane S. 3 i \ j -: ; ._! "7 or and when copy Is not typed, I

    Remodeling from Usher Realtor Lake Classified Ad s'G t Res lts brought. to. .the-<>ffc.j
    j I
    Additions To A Butler. Itchg 1/29. ... ;
    Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save
    New Home "

    FREE DELIVERY Division of Ads I

    496-2013 Affordable Homes
    Lake Butler Fla. ...

    of Florida inc. ,.-;;,, I

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    Keystone Area Ads I WANTED WANTED TRUCKS 8 i


    and appliance Porch load only. ALLEN E. NURSING HOME need full- 197 COURIER: 7' Box 2300

    rockers BARGAIN TAYLOR Lawtey. Phone time LPN or RN nurse for Engine AM Radio ,
    !i: I. ...... 1 CENTER, US 301 South 7823172. 12/4 tfchg. 4.12 shift Call 9646220. RN Immediate urgent need.In Automatic Transmission .

    ,,' .' "J. 964-6679. TFchg USED NEWSPAPER 10/9 tnchgTEACHER'S Starke area. Excellent Air Conditiong A Tinted
    'PLUMBING FIXTURES. win- ALUMINUM PLATES: 24 x AIDs Home salary. Call Quality Care Glass Tape Stripes Step -,

    SHRINE FOR SALE PERSONAL WANTEDCASH diws. doors pipes plus 36" 25' eaCh Bradford Bound Intervention Program Nursing Service (collect) Bumper 24.000 miles -

    SERVICES 10,000 other items now at County Telegraph, Bradford-Union 13758199. 3008 NW 13th ,54995.00. :'Terwillogar
    GIANT TWO ACRES near SR-100 FOR GOLD, sterling. Bargain Center US 301 9646305. tfnwINDoWS. Assoc. far Retarded St. Gainesville, Fl. 1/29 Motors 206. W. MadisonSt.

    near Keystone Heights. WORK jewelry diamonds, coins. South Starke. TFchg WAREHOUSE Citizens. Responsible for tfn. .. Starke. 9647200. Itchg
    $300 down, $66.84 p.r CARPENTER Will visit your home and PART TIME RECEP.TIONISTINSURANCE-
    I ACRE LOT FOR SALE) LADDERS: 5 gal. can teaching children 1/29.
    work kitchen
    RUMMAGE month Phone 473-4058 or Remodeling anywhere. 376-5235_... MrA. .MkGxiroge, water, sewer and asphalt roof coatlng-$7.00; parents in child development
    cabinets and trimcarp.nt. 1977 FIAT 124: Standard
    473-4367 after 6 p.m. Rittman. Phone. collect. Stork. Infant stimulation CLERK Need hard workeron
    elect. 7 mi. NW cases of 6 one-gallon cans skills
    .,. Reasonable transmission 2door. If Interested
    1 I/1 1/1 -
    SALE tfnchg tfnchg on SR 229 Whispering for $8. 9646679. Bargain- parent counseling. difficult lob. Typing.
    .. Call Ed at Communi.
    LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone prices. WI BUY used furniture, appliance Estate lot No. 28. high school shorthand preferrable. Unqualified '
    pines: Center. 12/11 tfn. Requirements:
    12/4 Bank of Starke
    473-2477. tfnchg ty State ,
    and aluminum
    Heights owner *
    not apply.
    11/13 tfnchg. TRUCK TOPPERS. $199 IN. graduate 1 yr experiencein :
    Fri. & Sat. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS 9647830. 12/11 tfn.
    financed, 10 In truck Phone .
    percent topper Call 964-801B for
    8p.m. GRAIN FED PORK Buy direct STALLED) Has, full vision human service appointment
    terest. Lots on clear sand Closed meeting Monday 473-4521. tfnchg 10/16 1/24 2/5. 1979 CHEV. PICKUP -
    Feb. 6th & 7th Fri. from the farm and save.85c door and opening side window some college early 2tchg
    bottomed lake priced to Open meetings Automatic' Transmission, -
    Ib. cut and wrapp.ddr.SI.d .. One child development training RN or lPN Need ..xtromon.y
    sell from $9.900. On. to day 8 p.m. Alanon Monday year warranty. Power Steering 305 V-8
    old Dollar Saver HELP weight. Call must have car. ? Ideal! part time for
    Beasley Bargains
    five, lake 6pm. Alateen Monday 7p.m. Air &
    overlooking Conditioning
    1/15 1/29. Salary Starke nurse not workingfull
    782.3635. 3tpd I/I mileage paid.
    All meetings In 4734521. tfnchg .
    available) with WANTEDLADY Tinted Glass AM FM
    (access Schedule
    P.O. Box
    LAVAWAVIfinger's your
    UNCLAIMED! $6968. Resume to
    Store BULLS Two registered
    Educational Building Com :
    purebred. '
    nice trees from 3500. hour Perform health Radio Step Bumper Tapei
    finest Futuro 509, Stark. FL 32091. own
    Liv.rence Blvd $500 down S50 a month. munity Church tfnchg 1/1 TO DO HOUSEKEEP putomatic zigzag sewing Hereford.. 'One-Angus James Gaskins., One 964-7699 Bob Larimer. 1/22' I evaluations for Life In.* ,I i Stripes WSW 23.000
    Commercial frontage- PRESSURE CLEANING ING. One or1 two days per machine. Does It all 2tchg 1/29. surance applicants. mile fc J
    9648356. 12/19 tfn.
    Keystone Heights investment opportunity. TING and wallpapering.Phone week in Melrose area. 1/29 55495.00. T.rwlll.gar 3
    ;Without attachments, butjanholes. SEIGLER HEATER Natural GOOD PAY working from (9043965880.) 2tchg
    ._. SR-21N Owner-salesman. 473-2477. tfnchg Reference required. ii.. darn home, processing mail for '2/5. Motors 206 W. Madison SJ
    - - 12/4 65.000 BTU forcedair.
    413,4315. tfnchg I/I Phone anytime 4751190. ,' gas. No SPRAY PAINTERSi Minimum3yrs. St.. Stark. 964-7200. I Itchg ??
    stitches re
    STEVE BROADWAYTREE PLUMBING REPAIRS-Lorry monogram.. stretch $175.00. Call 9645508. us. experience
    AKC DOBERMANS--TOP 2tchg 1/22-29 of full time. metal painting 1/29. J1t74
    blind hems. etc. 129.CYPIIESS quired. Port spray
    SERVICE quality only. You are Invited Teague Plumbing.3/21: DENTAL HYGIENIST. Full Originally sold for over FOR SALE: Start Immediately. For Information required with. convention NOVA Two door 6 ;ijcylindet
    to visit our kennels. time Keystone Heights. and airless aircraft automatic ::$
    $50O. Pay off balance due *\ and application, spray
    CARPENTRY AND MASONRYWORKbuild Firewood. $5 f cord. you
    475.7 228. Phone 473-4593.
    2tchg transmission Good 5jj
    self- preferred. Immediate
    of $146.80 or o..m.paym.nls load. Custom cutting. send tamped .
    Removal WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN addition.patio., 12925CUSTODIAN of SI 2,80 per Lumber Phone 468J624. 7 addressed envelope to: openings long term transportation $900.00 408 :/
    tfnchg 12 4 fireplaces at KeystoneHeights excellent W. Andrews Slv Stark. .-5
    and Box backlog,
    month. White Sewing Eastside Colfox
    homes and ml. South of
    DIAMOND remodeling #:
    ONE CARAT School.
    High 3527 Fl 32669. benefit. Apply: Mondaythru l/292tpd2'5.: ;:
    Appliance Center 1135. Newberry
    Trimming of 301 across'fromShady '
    : RING tile work. Free estimates. 3-11 Phone PINTO WAGON -
    Marquise setting Hours 178 -
    p.m. S.W. Archer Read Archer Oak Trailer PaVk. 1/22 6tchg :226. Thursday I 3 pm. or )
    valued at 52.400. Asking Phone 473-4473 dulngday David Owen, 473-2761 by appointment. AERO Automatic Transmission 6 :tj
    Free Estimates $1 I.200. 4733954. 2tchg tfnchg 1/1 Itchg 1/29 Square Plaza 1/29 tfn. CORPORATION. lake City Air Conditioning 8 Tinted \>,
    NO MORE RAZORS and 3764466. 1/2911chg ONE TRAMPOLINE: In good WANTED'GOOD *'
    1 22.29 Lake City, Florida. Glass AM Radio 56.000 C
    473-4732 tweeiers. Try electrolysis- MICROWAVE OVEN: 1980 condition. Bid basis. Contact Airport. ::
    JERSEY MILK miles. $3695.00. Terwillegar ;
    several I Ipow.r Equal Opportunity
    FOR RENT S.nsorTouch hot
    Alter S p.m. old. $400 Phone 6592183. it's Inexpensive. Holrremoved defrost Recreation' Deportment PRICES PAID for used Employer. M/F Handicap.ped. Motors 206 W. ::::1
    2tpd I 22.29 permanently by a settings cycle 964 6792: of come mobile homes if 1/29. Madison St.. Storke, A
    Keystone HeightsDay 1 BR FURNISHED lake cot meat probe large Old mortgageis llchg
    i with registered Electrologist. by Armory. / tchg. i
    14' STUMPKNOCKER 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SM081LE 9647200. Itchg |.29.. ::
    $225 month. siie. Full facto warranty.Left '
    Call for. free demonstra tage. per y 79 POULAN CHAIN SAW: *
    9'iHP Johnson motot MEN
    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. in lay.away. party left $250. PINTO GELDING HOM SALES. AND WOMEN: 17 FORD S-IOO: Truck ::-
    tion. Amy's Electrolysis
    trailer. Asking $795. Offers of 9645606. Open 7 days 10-Week. Temporary loaded. Take .,.. '
    Phon. 490 Lawrence Blvd.. REALTOR area. Assume payment horse. Hunts, $500. Call .r -:
    accepted. 4137033. tfnchg 473-4961 $20 per month. White Sewing 7823668. 1/29 Itchg. weekly. TFchg AssignmentsTop payments. Call 964804. ;"
    4733757. 2tchg 1 29-2/5 Keystone. WANTED: Mobile home axles &
    1/8 tfnchg 11BUILDER'S and Appliance Center '79 SUZUKI RM-125: $950. ,rcy'OveimeKolly Itchg I/29.
    GAS 'HEATER; used Martin. BABYSITTING IN MY HOME" HOUSE 3BR 2BA '3527 S.W. Archer Road Archer Go.Kart. $150.00 Call and tires. Will pick up. Services Is hiring outdoor 197 FORD FIESTA 3 DR Air 'S
    or Night Service Phone 2tchgI Keystone area, eveningsqnd 1400 sq. ft., W/W carpet Square Plaza, 782-3668 Itchg 1/29. OLIN'S MOBILE' HOME forestry crews for I Tinted Glass Tape ;?
    I 292 5 *
    weekends. 473-2139. CH/A fully equipped kit.* COLOR TV CONSOLE: Very SALES. 964Op.n 1 temporary jobs for ,Stripes AM/FM> Radio .30 5

    EXPERT LOCKSMITH LOTS FOR lake SALE-by own.r.Grondin $100 4tchg 1/22-2/12 ch.n. Half acre lot, lake 3764466. 1 1/29 ,Itchg. reasonable CASH. Mr'*. days a week. TFchg:: Forestry Division ,of large mpg.$4495.00.Terwillegor i A

    access. access. $295 month. 25" COLOR TV,. RCA M.A. Lee, Grill. Loop. CASH FOR COINS Gold nationof chemical cam- Motors, 206W. Madison &:

    Locks Re-keyed down.Phone475-I8l2.$25 per month.1 29 376.0392 days, 377-9829 walnut console model 964-7895. Itpd 1/29. ,silver sterling dental pony. Only responsible: St.. Starke,964.7200.lIchg .;"-
    N. Itchgl CARS nights tfnchg 1(1,81WATERFRONT under warranty. Pay off DINING ROOM SUITE gold GF scrap jewelry optical reliable persons willing to 129. :-If
    FEMALE SHELTIES. AKCregistered.
    e Locks Repaired TWO blu. TRUCKS LAKE balance due $18800 cashor Teakwood SunBurst frames, etc. J.R. Bulk work for 6 weak. for. top !'41 FIREBIRD with .327 ,-,

    trl-colored on. SROOICLYNcompl.telyfurnished assume payments design. 56"x 42" extend ington 964.6250 :TFchg. pay need to apply.REQUIREMENTS Chevy .ng., Turbo 400; .:.
    Merle one WANTED Used tools, both '
    DON HILL S150 each firm. 473-1812. 1955 THUNOERBIRD'-good executive effi i $19.00 per month. Also to 7'6". 6 straight chair., 2 : and posi-tractlon BM shift kit; f r.:.

    SECURITY SYSTEMS 1 29CB condition. If interested, ciency. See to appreciate. .I960 modal $23.00 per captain'. chair Call mechanics carpenters.Phone !. headers etc. Call 964-6553 ,C;

    473-3549 Itchg MIDLAND< BASE RADIO phone 473-2210 or 473-2720. 3tchg 1/22-2/3 month, trade-In accepted. 9645751. Itpd 1/29.' 964.8331 or .TransportationFelephone or 964-6363. I"29 2tchg. r;
    IBR FURNISHED COTTAGE White Sewing and Appliance 468.1551.91\1 tnchg 25. :
    1/22 MANY ITEMS Coffee
    4732976. tfnchg : table.end *
    with antenna and meter. ," 'WANTED: Mobil. Home Ass.I.
    1"54 FORD PICK-UP' ((289 an lake Swan. $200 per Center 3527 S.W. table bookcases, antIque 1910 FO'RO FIESTA 4 ;:'
    Also Include one walkie- Archer I... Paying the best price 18 yrs. or older -
    Archer Road,
    Huntley talkie. $100 firm. 4732407. auto Mustang drive train.) month., 4732241.: 4tchg Gainesville, bed i chair; lamps, for good condition axles. Willing, to carry 25 Ibv of Speed O.D. AM Radio i*
    :22.2" Plaza
    I : 12TRAILERS Square
    offer, 4733970. recliner. metal bed .
    1 29 $400 or Air & Tinted Gloss :
    Itchg 1/22 964-8331. 9/11 tnchg equipment ;a
    FOR liNT PIc.sstart 376-4466.
    Redfeorn's SOLID MAPLE DINETTE set Itch; 1/29 frames, organ luggage HOUSEMATE: Male,to hare 'Willing, to work near Max'ville Bodyside Moldings Tape, ;:
    $140. Furnishedand
    at llchg.
    with four choirs. rack dinette, bathroomsink Stripes- 30 -12: month
    SERVICES captain unfurnished. Lake house; will have own Florida.; ; mpg )
    No reasonable offer ref...- MISCELLANEOUSIINGO..AMEIICAN CHESTS for$25 child's desk, w hardware, shuffleboard 'room cable TV, ,- ,h f' 12.000 mile warranty .3j!
    Geneva frai ler. Park. .ACCEPTING '
    "l; 473-4340 ed. 4732857. tchg 1 29 '$30: couch. $23: dinette set 8 ft. cornice :"washer/dryer. $125 mo. .' (Brand Mewl ). f:.
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    /'A( I' or ACREAGE Five prime acres LEGION 1-29 tfnchg $45: dressef, $35;, coffee w/traverse rod swing set. NON-DRINKER. Keystone. APPLICATIONS-. .*** S3400.00.Terwillegor A t
    just co'f Ciuoklyn Boy" Circle table $35; bookcase S3. walnut table w/6 chairs 4734669.18 4tchg 129.Oon't '' ; City, HallBaldwin. Motors :206 W. Madison *3:
    HALL. SR-21 50',7 p.m. l4'i'x40OFFICE in front of ,
    .:: 473-4252 Call 9648813. Itpd 1/29. FlorkI''Tues. ;
    and Payne Road nearKeystone Beasley Bargains, St.. Starke. 9647200. Itchg j
    Sunday. :25 Public Inviled. i new' office. Phone '
    p.m post 19(0
    125 Just !
    : : Feb.3 129.
    Zoned 1/29':
    Of Heights. 473-4521,
    Repairs Major 81 Itchg 1:1
    'residential. Good Investment. .. tfnchg 2 5 473-2014. 4tchg 1/29-2/19 SIMMONS MATTRESS AND like., n.w.58OO; Call Sara 900A.M.
    Electric Appliances GARAGE SAH-Saturday, 9646541. ForgetDeadline SURPLUS JEEP value rt
    SI 1.300.. Phone lOX SPRINGS. $50: bed l/292tpd3/S. KellyServlces, Incl,904i7134270 .
    Serving Bradford & Cloy Jan. 31, 'only. Paradise ADVERTISENOW WESTERN! PLEASURE SAD. ) forClassified. I $3196..sold for $44. Call fq
    Gene Reese' .Realfy, frames from $10; qu.enI
    Count,..' '473-1235. !Ridge behind high school I bid OLE like new. $115.00. Is :'I:' I '312742.1142 ext. 705 forC<::5
    473.7076 or headboard $20: day Jacksonville f 1.
    Lawreftc 'Furniture and other Item !!! I Call 964,7283, ask.'for 12 nooriTu.sdoy. Info ,on how to purcha.t:
    Blvd Keystone EVenings. phone 4733265. llchg 1/39 $25. .Beasley Bargain
    Watch far-sign Wayne bargain. thitl 4tpdl?
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    years experience In all BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete apartments, pool TV, AC HOME PARK mobile homes ATTRACTIVE SMALL OFFICE MOBIL HOMES 24 R 30 COMPLETE SHELL rjeruilletjar'REALTY
    phases including taxes and sharpening service, circular utilities Included. Totally and spaces for rent. Phone BLDGi Near town, good Why pay HOME $5,000.00 or best
    government forms ,' hand, carbld., lurnlshed. Weekly, monthly 4682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING condition. Portly furnished mar.? Buy direct from the offer. To be moved. Coll ,
    473-7075 alter t P.M. 7/3 chain mow.r blade hollow rot... TEMPLE MOTEL. and sleepIng : plenty of parking. Call factory and save large anytime 964.849S. 1/8 !
    KEINS THE SURCEONt ground and balanced 880 N.. Temple Ave., room TV and Air, 964.6752. Itchg 1/29. selection of 12', 14' and 4tchg 1/29. !
    Trimming removal 14 yr. leave at Jackson Building Stark. Phone 9647357. Underwood Motel 3 miles MOBILE HOME to the right double wide Purchase a 173 ARGO DOUBlEWIDEi -7
    experience. Have S3 ft.buck. Supply in Stark., Keystone I 9/20 TFchg. North of Stark. on Hwy couple 2 bedroom. Rent mobile home In the monthof Good condition. Must be ... ....1 ...
    .?. preo estimates., Heights or lake Butler. 301. 10/9 tnchg for exchange for help. January and we will moved. Equity and assume CECILIA PHONE 96 .7776
    phon. 782.3733.9/25tnchg TFchg YARD SALE CULLIGAN fully automatic 9647611. Itchg 1/29. help In your monthly cost payments of 13473. Call TERWILUGAR 205 N.
    WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the ALCOHOLICS ANON water conditioner $3.75 2BR HOUSE Stove andrefrigerator. by paying to you$50.00 per 9647773. 1/13 Temple StarkeRemember
    4tpd 2/5.
    William. MOUSi mo. Installation extra, One child accepted month for 12 consecutive muit"h'a"
    pot. Jewelry per
    Phone 96A-51..8'or9 YARD SALE FRI., SAT. S MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom. to fill our buyers' needs -we .
    100 E. Call St. 9647064. limited offer 9647638. $160.00 per month. months. Hurry and come
    and Feb. 1 both Best offer listings. The It all what
    SUN.-Jon. 30.31 extras way we put togetherIs sets us
    CASH, FOR GOLD: sterling REMODELING, BUILDING tfnchg 10/23. $30.00 deposit. Call by for more details. COM
    coins. A-Z Pawn Shop, 144 REPAIRS N.w kitchens, 1. 10 a.m. to S p.m. Five ONE BEDROOM HOUSE In 9648243. Itchg 1/29. MUNITY MOBILE HOME over $2,000. Terms Call apart
    W. Call St. Phon. 964-8343. baths, family rooms. Brick, famlles. New and used town. $135.00, first and 2 BR MOBILE HOME On SALES. US 301 North. Open 431.1212 ext 140. Leave 47 acres of great pOI'urela"d, Rd. 16 pine timber mature
    CHAIN LINK FENCE Initall- block concrete. Fireplace merchandise. Tackle Box, last month In advance, $50 Grlflls Loop. $135. per 9 a.m. to dusk 1 to 6 on your number. Will call pecan trees and a liveable/ large, frame two-story home
    ed. Free) estlmotei. HandyMan specialists Grllils Con N. Temple Ave.. Starke. deposit THREE BEDROOM month with $100 deposit.' Sunday. Phone 9646741. back. 1/22. 2tchg 1/29. great for farming or could be developed. Possibility of
    Fence Co. 9648559. structlon. Phone 473-2108 Ifpd 1/29. HOUSE: Fireplace, LR/d.n: Phone 964-8704. Itchg I/B TFN. DUPLEX two 2-BR apart getting owner financing.
    DIVORCES $50.00 Do It SEWING MACHINES YARD SAlfci SAT.. JAN. 31:E workshop or guest house: 1/29. ments. 910 sq. ft. living
    yourself. 'Call Lake City, REPAIREDi' All makes a.m. ill S'p.m. I 1004 S. Cole lake access: Crystal lake ONE BEDROOM APART. MISCELLANEOUS space, large lot central Pinewood" Drive Concrete Block home with carport "0.
    752.1005.1/15 4tchg 2/5. cleaned oiled and ad ley Rd. Star..... 9''.'"3. Homesites. $273.00 per MENTl. Furnished HftAC, 637 Epperson St.. I.< condition (and that's pre.ty bad I) 22000.
    BUYING SILVER COINS and justed. $15, Work Itchg 1/29. month. $175.00 security carpeted, heat air condi Starke. Phone 9647574. Immaculate 12009 plus .q. ft. 2 BR I B block home w car.
    Sterling. Paying top guaranteed. James deposit. 964.5200 days or tioned. Private paved FREE PUPPIES Adorable, 1/22 tfnchg. port on 200 ft x 290 ft lot. IR and BRs carpeted.LR drapes
    market: price. Betty's Strickland corner Morgan FOR SALE 9647187. 1/8 tin. parking security doors frisky Half bird doghalfpit HOUSE IS LOCATED In Mid. fay. Cozy kitchen C dining room area 'slluing door
    Book, Keystone' Hgts. Call Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg FURNISHED DUPLEX Three and lights. No children or bull. Call 9645922. dleburg Fl at Jet of 1.95 leading to patio.
    4734378. 1/22 4tpd 2/12. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 1968 Chevrolet rooms and bath. Some pets. Call 964-8265 or apply Itchg 129.HOMESTEAD. and Stat. Road 21, 16
    go House Beautiful! Brick home, 3 lots In 3BR 28. .
    REPOSSESSED city enormous
    CARPENTRY AND PAIN. SERVICES Pump oul. Impala utilities Private | 830 N. Temple Ave., 2/10 miles to Holl-Boree.
    TING Repairs, remodel- Residential, commercialand Good condition yard and entrance. No Apt. 3 after 5:30: p.m. 1/29 HOMES UNDER FEDERAL Turn left and one mileto screened porch Many e tros must seel
    $ng greenhouses. Will Industrial. Fully licensed. 45O" children or pets. Ph. 2tchg 25.HAMPTON. LAW IN FLORIDA. CALIF.. Blackberry.go Turn left 100' on Indian Beach lake Santa'Fe with home. guest
    work by contract or hour. Phone 964.8121, TFcha 9645464. 1/15 tfn. AREA NowlVr.d.corat.d ARIZONA < Nationwide. boathoutes. This
    964.8338Classified: $1.00 plus Details' and go 4/10 miles to Cotton cottage workshop dock prettiest part
    STARKE GOLD AND SILVER LARGE ROOMY APT.odults, 1 and 2 repairs.
    Call 9648813. 1/29 4tpd'
    $2.00. Homestead P.O. lane, turn left to 4195 of the lake. Owner will consider financing.
    2/19. EXCHANGE Your lull no pets. Apply at 405 N. bedroom apartments. With
    time, licensed dealer Is Church St. 1/22 tfnchg. garden. plot $110 $125 Box 5741T26. Yuma AZ Cotton lane. Interim financing I
    MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory Ads Our finest commercial (across from Holiday Inn).
    : property
    buying class rings, wedding FOR LEASE Restaurant with monthly. Prefer refined 85364. Itchg 1/29. Is available. This 3 BR
    trained mechanics.US301 house Is on a nice lot and 200' on 301 with 1.61 acres Owner could finance.We .
    bands, silver coins, small bar for lease. Under people, non-smokers, nondrinkers
    South 964 6020. etc. Next to Plggly Wiggly wood Motel Hwy 301 refertnces. LANDFOR has all the makings 'to
    5/29 TFchg S. 96/-8225. Itchg 1/29. Get Results.... North. 9647182. tfnchg Yearly lease Call SALELOT become a beautiful have eight((8)) new homes available for Immediate occupancy.
    1/22 377.829?. 1/29 itch 212. home..with some poun Prices from sn.900 to $6S.000. If you qualify-
    \ ding and paint. Wave got financing for these fine homes are available.Developers .
    Morgan's Beauty Shop 415' a 200" facing SR16E, to sell It now!II I So the best
    FILL llMEROCIl and for .
    cleared ready offer will get it. Materialsto Dream Forty beautiful acres near Hampton.
    is Proud To Present building on. Approximately finish can be made large oaks and pines Paved roods on North and South
    DOZER WORK Our New operator 3 miles East of Stark. avail obi.. Immediate borders with graded road on West border. If you have
    Call 9646960. 1/22 3tchg possession with small built any roads lately you will agree that at SI500.00 per
    3 2/5. down payment and low acre this Is a good buy. Owner financing.
    Septic Tank Installations Brenda Simpson LOT FOR SALE: At Ocala National monthly payments. See It
    Forest. 80 x 100 ft. Come the Bradford Villas Townhouses on Bet.
    (formerly of Looking Glass) and then call Dick Adams, Inspect
    on Doe Run. Call 964-8634 toll free at I-800.32B-4462. sent Rd. Furnished model shown by appointment only
    C BIRDS Specializing In Mens & women 1/29.
    CALL: RRDIN a or 384-6892. tchg 4500 Lyndolle Ave N. Minneapolis Prices start at $33.eOO.
    1r Cut & Blow Dry Minn. 55412 or
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    'rues-Frl9am.6pm 1209 N.Temple Ave.,Starke 964.7004 at 904-733-8137. 7 I l-acre Iou Brownlee Rd. S4.000 A. 20*. down 12""
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    i V-hull. Vinyl top and 2BR HOUSE 5 ACRES, kitchen 404 N. Cherry2 large nicely! turn. aptt. Owner fin.
    ill H I fill many deluxe accessories. equipped. 782-3332. JBR, 38 Edwards Rd. Hot everything! 569,900.
    Just like n.wl! Call 1/29 Itpd. Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B. panel carpet S30.000. Reduced
    Gainesville 3763619. TFN. 1 I/S DITCHED ACRE WITH .607 Milton Terrace-nearly new-many e.tra..S31.000.
    MOBILE HOME75 mobile, 16 Ac Brownlee Rd. Col. home, barn, ttraarn S&4.SOO
    Full Time Remodeling Staff home, 12 60: furnished; 2 S Home I 1 acres In Brooker SSI.600
    MOBILE HOME fheds: large garden US yr. old homlt(2960( sq. It.). Hampton 8 3 Ac.$38,500.
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    INSURANCEHOME6MNERX .18.500 $7,000 down. o Colt St. commercial x
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    .. POLICIES 20 acres Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner financed.
    r "YES the needs 'of'Athe' present home owners .
    ATREASONABLE 50 43 Ac. lawtey area formerly 'Bare Skin lodgo $40 000
    RATES Contested. uncontestea abandoned 150'.I SO' commercial on 301 owner lin. 533.000.
    NO Money Down up to 10 years financing. . . with/without children" 4.78 Acres Rd. 230A t \Wilson Rd. $11.700.
    Olin'c Mobile (you pay NORTH your own FLORIDA filing\ tee) 54 acres Rd. 100 owner will finance

    SECRETARIAL SERVICE 2.6A.5235 tvptlc well pump, olac pole poitaMo" thoH.
    : Home SalesFREE Call Between s p m. 4 40 acres across road from Bedford Lake SIOS: 000.
    EXPAND YOUR HOME: : 11 II QUOTES and Z59.9pm.flaOO o 13 acres 301 A Morgan Rd. Owner financo $39 000.
    Phone 964.5606 Country Club lot 180 x 313 nice location SIO 000.
    Improving Costs Less Than Moving Elaine M. Olin Agent o Hampton Oaks lot '25. trees, owner financed S7 800
    Inchj o Busy Call B Water St. lot 215 s 86' Owner fin $19 800
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    a 419 S. Walnut New large, warohouto $12.500.
    .CIi" r ... QUALITY WORK flJ BJ SERVICE POLES 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. 16E Ownor fin.

    ZI \ Enhance your home and increase Homecommer.) B cottage on Madison St. Owner fin
    .. y !I l.'L its value with improvements. ..111M(RECOVER' $500 mo. Incom. four. furn. rentals Call ft Bay 55 000.large
    964-5533 opt. complex on 301 good cash flow own. fin.
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    I f" !;.: :;' \ZDI/jtt; Add new room growing (anytime) Lake City Local Disl. Wayne Douglas
    .. Remodel present rooms Call imt Gerrltonnon 496-3140
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    Snoopy Catch'emKit Ramps -One pr., "Sterno" Canned
    3. 77 Zebco rod and reel 9,000 lb. pr., 9"x33" ea. Heat cooking fuel,
    Reg. S4.99 34" rod and plastic prac- model 302310. Reg S24" 5-2 5/8 oz. cans Reg S1.49 Good news Gillette
    tice plug with zebco reel. Sale x19.97Isopropyle Sale $1.21Northern Razor 3 disposablerazors.
    Just like Dad's. Reg 51299 Reg 86 \
    Sale $10.99 sale 2151.00Summer's
    Gunk Engine 16 fl. oz. Regsoeeabal "1200" blow dryer. 1200
    Cleaner Quickly sale 39C ea watt, 3 heats and 2 Eve twin
    removes grease and speeds, weights only. 16 paCk 41/z: fl oz each
    2.7 oz. tubeReg. grime. Spray it on, hose It Photo Albums Dry oz. Reg. 510.88 scented and non
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    82 : 8. safety .darts and gun 4x4 Trail Buster
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    Regularly has rooted hair 3 pr. for $1.97 printed towels. Reg. 2/s7 52.47 yd.
    Sale $2.97 ea. sale $1.OO yd

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    "Luv" Diapers by Pro
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    Doubleknit, plains, Linoleum Rugs,.9x12
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    Bathroom Tissue 50% Off wide. Reg. 51.39 yd.
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