Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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February 5, 1981
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Contrary to an announcement last week that the commitment Hardy said that applications under the program shouldbe '
period for HFA11H percent mortgage loans had made by Friday,although it possible that permission
been extended for a three-month period through May 31, might be granted to receive applications through the remainder -
Dudley Hardy,attorney for the Bradford Housing Finance of this month. ""
Authority received word Wednesday that the New;York The three lending institutions offering the lift percent
Bond Council had ruled this extension could not be HFA money are Florida Bank at Starke Fortune Federal,
granted ,without violating the agreement with 'bond, Savings tt Loan, and the Keystone Bank.: .. "fK trgrap1'
holders. At a meeting of the Housing Authority January 27 the
Therefore, Hardy said, the program will officially end local board voted to approve extending the HFA commits
on February 6, the close of the original nine-month period ment period through May because $5 million1 of?the
,although there is a possibility that commitments can be original$7 million available for lending has not been usW.
taken to the end of February.

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I .' Slierra LTJB.VII.VAJimj BUS Straigh' Student\ 29th Issue Thursday,February S, 1981 USI>S062-'lOO

",:. Sherra Mott is the only one of some Seniors: tE7fEA "

straight-A's 1,050 Bradford for High the students third six-weeks to earn Jerl Allen, Dee Gaskins DoycGriffis re HRS Will' Determine

grading period which ended Jan. 20. Joey Herres, Carol Hildreth,.

Just one B, in English, kept'Miss Marlene Elizabeth McWilliams Hodges Jonathan David Johnson,.
,; Mott from making straight-A's the Sparks.
first two six-weeks. The third six-
weeks Sherra studied more, did some Juniors:
extra credit work, and finally got into' Tony Anderson,Vickie Carver Lon City Hardship Cases
the swing of writing the papers required raine Chambers Karen Chitty,
in advance English 12. Catherine Davis, Teresas Harley,
"I was shocked I got it," says Valerie Hightower, Randy Parado,
Sherra of the A in English. '"1 wasn't Julia Pendaryis, Karen Thorpe.
expecting it. I couldn't believe it when

I got my report card." Sophomores: r- ___ Under Council PolicyA
Sherra is enrolled in advanced Susan Alvarez Charlotte Coley. I
English 12, geometry applied ,Thomas Crosby Marla Darley
mathematics, concert chorus LeVance Victor [
Gay, Letts. Stuart
: humanities, and Americanism vs. new hardship policy on utility Veteran Councilman Vernon Silcox
: Communism. She is the daughter of Pauley, Deborah Roark, Frank Sir- payments was adopted 4-1 Tuesday adamantly opposed' taking the determination
Mr.and Mrs.Kennth Mott of Kingsley mons, Stem.Freshmen ( t tYv night, Feb, by the Starke city commission of hardship cases out from
Lake. r after a long and sometimes under city control. Silcox would like
Sherra has been on the honor roll. :, heated discussion. Utility Director Merrill Dees to handle
regularly and many times has earned Michael Christmas Lori Clark Applications for hardship will be hardship case determination
straight-A's in past years. Timothy Gonzalez. Linda Gravel ; turned over to the Department of Commissioner Robert Milner Jr.
Michel Hall, Lee Ann Flynn Cheryl Health and Rehabilitative Services proposed the policy change Tuesday
A-B Honor Roll Furrow, Lisa James, Lad Ann Johns for determination of eligibility under night the same proposal made two
Forty-eight more BHS students Michelle Kimutis George LeVasser, __ the new policy. The local HRS office months ago by vice-mayor Jimmy
Steve Theresa has agreed to the procedure. Crosby Jr. The pair teamed up Tues-
earned places on the A-B honor roll Marshall Ricks.Faith 3f',
for the third six-weeks, meaning they Roberts, Nancy Roberts, Michelle Qualified persons will receive HRS day night to propose the plan be
made no grade lower than a B. They Stilwell Cynthia Sysskind, Elaine financial management assistance and adopted.
are: Testone Julee ise.lndex. possible aid in paying delinquent elec- Milner two months ago secondedthe
tric bills. motion by Crosby but voted
against it, and Crosby's motion( failed
4-1 then.
Care in Fires H,:; >>. Balkom Milner pointed out 90 days ago that
f : Urged Setting I ---- HogIs some 200 residents owed bills amounting
; to $47,000 overdue elect nc
Cream of the BDS'cademic Crop... bills.
1 i The critical wildfire situation that has plagued the area due to drought, '
: high winds, low humidity, and freeze-killed vegetation caused the Florida English kept BUS senior Sherra'MOtt off the straight-A list the first twoslxweeki Commissioner Vernon Silcox. in opposing
Forest Service to issue an appeal Wednesday for the use of utmost cau- ;but she did extra Work and got into the swing of writing papers Champion the new policy gavea long and
: tion. Before setting fires of any kind the Forest Service should be notified and became the only student to" earn straight-A's the third six-weeks. impassioned to plea reconsider to his adopting fellow commissioners the

+ ':' by. calling 9645446. r* policy turning hardship determina
f. ;.: ',.? A Forest Service spokesman said the constant use of their equipment to t At State FairBradford tions over to HRS at this time. The
;;, "[| answer calls in this area is causing i it to break down and the cost of problem is not great and the new
,' :" operating trucks that get only three miles per gallon of gas is putting a policy is a mistake, Silcox said.
i strain on the fire fighting budget. 4-H'er Tommy Balkom, 8,
Since February 1, 25 fires have been reported in ,this four-county: showed the Grand Champion market (see Hardship.... P.3\I)
, district, with 374.5 acres burned. January fires totaled 200 with 1,900 hog at the Florida State Fair in Tam-
: acres burned. pa this week.
y A half-inch rain Monday morning eased the fire hazard for two days, Tommy is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
but high winds and low humidity have already dried things out again, the James Balkom of the New River sec
{ Forest Service said. tion of Bradford County and a third Nurses

:. Monday morning's rain, following a balmy Sunday, ushered in a new grader at Starke Elementary. The
f cold wave that brought low readings of 25 degrees to Starke and Camp hog a 230-pound Yorkshire Cross
: Blanding Tuesday morning. Wednesday morning's low) recorded at was born and raised on the Balkom Won'tTalk
r WPXE weather station, was 21 degrees. farm the B & R Hog Farm.
OJ Utilities director Merrill Dees reported no problems due to the coldest The Bradford hog topped 51 entries,
e record-breaking winter of 1977?!'The only problem !is, from across the state to win
.. .that evebody's gas bill is about double this month,'*Dees said. "So far Belinda Melson.BMS student and a '' "
,;,....OO hardship cases due to inadequate heating have! been reported J Deea': ',-tIt Bradford 4H'erishowed a hog that
,. ?,.,.,,, a-'e .altndtt( tIcf....'.'s nrtealM 1 .hen dlabontinued| ,-aithough there'have v i, placed in the top six. meaning the hog
been some complaints about the bills." r t t will be sold at auction at the state
The forecast for Friday to Sunday is fot fair to partly cloudy weather Fair. Belinda's entry is a 225-pound A number of requests to present the
with continued below normal temperatures and humidity,With relatively Yorkshire from the Sheffield Hog nurses' side of the nursing staff shortage -
light winds Farm in Hampton. at Bradford County Hospital
glYit Belinda is the daughter of Bill have been made to the Telegraph/ but
,. Melson of Starke. the nurses have agreed among
: down: (Crier ... : There were 21 hog entries from themselves not to make a statement.
Li Bradford and Union Counties in the Several nurses contacted< by the
Two Sections : state fair. Telegraph declined to make a state
SECTION AtNtwt The hogs will be sold at auction at 7 ment. Each said the nurses had
'f. "' .... ..... ..!Pages IA-3A p.m. Friday Feb. 6, at the state fair agreed among themselves they would
', 1'1f" '-A School Lunch Menu..2A in Tampa. make no statement. Several
".' -' Editorial.. .......-... ..Page 4A The information was phoned from who contacted the newspaper said persons(ho

) : l"f'J" Society.... .. ....'Pages' SAfttA Tampa by 4-H advisor, Lowell Parrisn. nurse shortage is worse than in
Sporfs..P.g.IOA12ASECTION farrisn will place bids from dieted in the Jan. 29 edition( of the
& BiLegal He Still Has A Sheriff's Badge... anyone here wanting to bid on the Telegraph but none of the contact
-- --- & Real Est.. .... Page SB
; hogs. Interested bidders contact were willing to make a statement
) may
Obituaries,.!. ....f. ... Page *B Deputy Sheriff Robert Green left and Sheriff Dolph Reddish look over the Parrish at the Agriculture Building in publicly. ( Editor's Note: The
Classifieds.... .,. .;;. ..... Page 7B gold pocket watch with a deputy sheriff's badge on the back of the watch, Starke today (Thursday, Feb. 51. Friday Telegraph has been accused of being 1 !
J Correspondence. .. .. ..Page IB that was given to the retiring chief deputy by the Sheriffs office staff. Green Parrish will be heading back to I biased toward the hospital administration
I News Briefs..Pages lOB officially retired Jan. 31 from the Sheriffs Department. Tampa. after the Jan. 29 articleon
"" the nursing shortage. The
Telegraph would be happy to presentthe

8A.TURDAY. FEBRUARY? Chief DeputyBradford Robert Green, Retires from Sheriffs Dept. nurses nurses are side ready when to and make if any a state of the

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IG..m.'2 p.m. County Sheriff Dolph Red P.D. Reddish. Prior, to that time he -'Green came to the Bradford County years and a portion of the first monthof the A husband Letter-to-the-Editor of one of the written hospital bv l
Middle School by dish and Chief Deputy Sheriff Robert was deputized as a special deputy on Jail, where Reddish ,was a jailer to Dolph's third term. nurses on the editorial
appears page
Stark Woman's Club G Green in a joint announcement March 3. 1951 but received no salary. help out on a non-salaried basis. "We have been associated all these page 4, of this edition of the
made known that Green was retiring Prior to the time he was employed "We have worked together since I years in a very demanding vocation
.MONDAY.. FEBRUARY from the Sheriff's Department effective fulltime as a deputy. Green was returned to the Bradford County that is sometimes highly controversial newspaper.Marcus Drew, president of the
BRADFORD SOIL& Saturday, Jan. 31. owner and operator of New Method :.Sheriffs Department in 1965 after I and we have never had an argu, Methodist Hospital Foundation( Inc .
WATER CONSERVATION At the same time Sheriff Reddish Cleaners in Starke. He sold his interest 'served a tour with the Florida National ment"or serious disagreement of any along with Administrator Dave Libb>
Dlst. announced the appointment of Lt. in that firm about 20 years ago Guard" Reddish said. kind, Reddish said. and Ed Jordan of Methodist Hospitalin
Bradford Co. Ag.Center Glen A. Moore a veteran of almost 15 but still owns the property the \ Reddish pointed out the two worked "This tells you something" of our Jacksonville: have been holding
years with the department as the business is on. together as deputies from 1965 until ability to work together, Reddish meetings with the nurses in an at
TUESDAY.FE8RUARYIOBHS new chief deputy sheriff, effective Sheriff Reddish stated "Robert and 1972 when Dolph was elected sheriff to said.Reddish tempt to reach a satisfactory solution
BAND BOOSTERS Monday, Feb. 2. : 1 have been associated together in law succeed his Daddy. Dolph appointed pointed out younger people to the problem.
Meeting 7:30 p.m. Green was hired as a fulltime deputy enforcement since 1957 when he used Green chief deputy and he has served of today do not have total commit Main problem involves a shortageof
In Bandroom in July 1962 under the late Sheriff to ride with me." Reddish pointed out i in that post during the past eight ment of older people. He added by registered nurses on floor on the
.. RR. R.R pointing out "we worked for a little bit
three shifts at the hospital. The
of and made
nothing sacrifices to stay
hospital administration is trying to
COUNCIL 7130p.m.MEETING City Needs ,Citizen Response To Help Get Recreation Grant in."As law enforcement.far as Green's work was con resolve;- some additional. internal problems -

R. RR.R cerned it was highly satisfactorywith
no complaints at all" Reddish The staffing question involves an
CITY OP HAMPTON by Buddy Collings up$8,500 in cash and$8,500 in-kind services for a total of said. "1 hate to lose him. attempt by the hospital administration -
CITY COUNCILMeting7:30p.m. BCT Sports Editor 17000. The grant would match that amount with 17000. "My selfish interest would be to to seek at least three more
For any Bradford County resident who has ever muttered Starke now has two lighted adult ballparks (Westside hope that Robert stayed until I retired .registered nurses plus beef up the
RR RR.RRBUARC beneath his breath about the lack of ballpark: Park and Edward' Road) and one youth park (Pratt St. but time doesn't that," Red nurses aide staff,
Meeting facilities locally) now is the time to speak up. Or better yet Field) for use in' the Recreation Department's many dish said. "1 wish him good luck in The hospital administration) also
7:30 P.M.Su"shlne put your thoughts paper. leagues. Those include Men's Open Women's Open retirement," says it is trying to find a new directorof !
Acres.RRR.R. The Starke Recreation Department is In the process: of' Men's Church Women's Church (no league last year). Green according to Sheriff Reddish nurses a position<< vacant several
/ applying for Federal grant money to be used in expanding Dixie Youth Minor and Major, Dixie Boys, T-Ball. .is going to continue to be months after the resignation of :Mrs.
WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS 'and improving the Edward's Road recreation facility and Smallfry Major and Minor. And of course the fields are available by mutual Patricia Ivey. A number of applicantshave
Elem. Pupils I Irt Bradford response' from the community in the form of signed letter rented out on the weekends for softball tourneys. agreement on been interviewed for the posi
Topic: "To Understand is badly needed. "We need letters any kind of documentation The Edward's Road facility was built in 1979 and first of- (See Deputy Green.... p.2.\: ) lion
C.T.B.S. Test Score Results from the community j showing that the facilities are ficialy used as the site of the State Men's Open Tourna-
1:30 P.M.-School Bd. Office needed." Recreation Director Cheryl Godwin said Mon. ment hosted by (and won by) Hillandale Farms Green
7:30 P.M.'St.rke .'.m.Cafe. day. "We. need community. response to back up our request Machine. But. the park has no permanent concession
stand or restrooms sore point for spectators for Men;
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY"?! Tile expansion planned?the building of another multi, Open and Church league games. That and the lack of Bradford Science Fair
'. VOLUNTEER MEETING' purpose ballfield like the one on Edward's Rd. (1300 foot another adult park adjacent to the one standing also has '
,,, RJE School fence),.another youth field 200 foot fence)f and a permanent been a concern of those hoping to..bring other big-time Tuesday-Wednesday
I' .,30 A.M. concession stand.: ,.tournaments to Bradford County. '
., Letters from area residents supporting the need for Youth baseball coaches have in the past spoken out for
more ballpark facilities in Starke should be brought to the at least one more youth park. The Dixie Boys ((13-14 year It's Science Fair time again with the annual exhibit of the best science work of
:' fL Rec. Department offices at the Old Armory or Pratt St. olds) have had to play on WestSide Park in the afternoons ,Bradford County students being displayed! at Bradford High School Tuesday and
t1 : -"tJ', Rec. Center or mailed to: '3tarke Rec. Department P.O. before adult Softball starts. That also means pitching'' Wednesday Feb. 10 and 11. Some of the projects up recognition are the result
C" Reolto T 'Box 114S, Starke: The letters are needed by Tuesday. Feb. without a mound. .of work dating back to the end of last school year and the summer.
((404)) 783-3931 10. so residents who want to help the cause need to break The same problem of youth-adult conflicts holds true at The science projects (usually numbering 40-50) Mill be judged by science
,HOMO LOTS ACRCAGIAUTHOtlZCO out the stationary without much delay. Pratt St., where the Dixie Youth games often run Into teachers from other schools Tuesday morning starting at 9 am. with an awards '
DEALER The Community Service Trust Fund grant requires that land are stopped short by) the women's softball games. ceremony and open house set for Tuesday evening at 7 p.mV :
,Federal money provided must be matched (half and half) Pratt Street's field has also been criticized as old and run- 'The Fair will be open to the public Wednesday from 8'tolz'p.'m.. with the
-' '' :locally but Miss Godwin said in-kind services can be used, down and not up to standards for all star tournament play; winning ribbons attached to the top projects. "" .\ S '
,. ;. "IGWlldcfnes( ill to fulfill Starke't half That means free prison labor the Miss Godwin said Starke has been chosen as host for this The Regional Science Fair Is scheduled for March 34 fa Lake City with the top
Vo-Tech school's clearing of, land and Rec. Departmentand year's Dixie Minor(8-10 year olds) district tournament in ,25 projects from the Bradford County Fait moving on to Region competition
'i.} .. administrative time' on the project can provide ,July but added"we won't be able to host the Dixie Majors "Not being pessimistic but being realisti<,witJ} the( excellence we had last year ;:
"'>'.'' uS! ;,.! Hwy 30k N.r. ".0. Bon 12M Starke'half of, .the bargain. without an actual expenditure Ul'iar with just Pratt St." (seven last of the top.. ten projects at Region being"from BHS) it's going to be hard to "
.I, -I,'" f ,s' ,..taws y, Fl.' '320M. .of money: Under the terms of the grant the expansions hoped for top year. this time around or anytime, BHS Science Teacher and Fair,
i Cheryl said the last plan talked of calls for Starke to put i must be completed by September. 1981 Cheryl said. coordinator,Jerry McGriff said Tuesday. '



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Chiefs "W&ni, Progress On County, ,Fira: r Protection J"n'j111Hjf":: ; ,'; _"IN ,,,, k,, 'w' r w.Hfl> i .,.alFi.131I; 1)ili) :Jlft.: .H[ .
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"Let's sit down.ilfMJ1St8tfltnockang: fire chiefs four of whom were at Mon Council because of the cost, some ween 10.000 and $20,000.No ... ... : '. I q I'' 111 .' ,r' 'I j '\. :" .
heads," implored County Fire Chief anxious to their will he vote to tpend'that IfI.\ J 'I.' '''' t .
day's session are get $9,000Chief way .. TlUftN" you ,, <,'
Harry Green of the Bradford commis hands on the money to begin buying Green gave the board the much on' a '''survey; Conimissloneri ) .. : ( ,I ,; ) .
sioners as they discussed the failure equipment to replace their antiquated name of a planning consultant,.R.L. Carter'said. : i .i I. i ., 'I i" !; ; '
BO far,to have a fire protection survey fire engines. They were reminded by Eulenferd of Temple, Ga.(who Green The board can'set thq'ordiilanee' and Walter
done. Clerk Gib Brown that the fire tax can said prepared a fire protection plan establishing the fire up tax district In David Pfennegar, Diane
It's been three months now since not be placed on'the tax rolls, untilnext for Clay County some years ago. I
the VO-1'ech'center.wlsh
the straw vote fire when from such a way survey can be Westcott and'the :
protection .
on year, and 'the funds 1981 Green said nobody in Clay now for front the proceeds pf the fire .
voters in the unincorporated areas taxes won t begin to come in until this remembers the cost of ,the survey tax attorney Hardy informed ;the,,,. to'' thank these residents" and
said 1.884 to 654 they are willing to be November. which Green termed very well done. .
taxed one mill,$1 per 91,000 of proper* Green said if a written request is the Hardy long suggested run to set it the will fire costless tax businesses. ''for their 'help .I In making'
Commissioner Lawrence Mosley
ty evaluation in one of the biggest made of the Fire College the county <
said he's been given the diplomatic district up right to begin "with. Booth for Bradford
surprises of the second primary election will get a response. Clerk Brown was the State Fair ,
Chief Green reminded the coun- shuffle in three phone calls to the Fire asked to submit a formal request in Fireman expect,, the' county commission -
ty commissioners of that Monday in College in Ocala when he three times writing to the Fire College, and to to turn money over to them to counwa'success. : ,
his first appearance before the boardin phoned to request a fire protection write the Georgia consultant about a buy fire engines, Clerk Brown said; "

several months. survey. The commission has possible survey. E.l. DuPont de NeMours, inc.
It Is estimated a one mill of proper. previously turned down a survey by Attorney Dudley Hardy after the The law can require that the county Drawtlte) '" "
ty taxes will bring in 123000. County the North Florida Regional Planning firemen left the meeting advised the commission be the fiscal agent for the Hoover universal ( t,, I''M
commission that "this fire tax isn't fire tax funds:"We can't just turniit I :, I .. 'Farmers; : Mutual Exchange ,
going to roll over and play dead." over to the firemen" Hardy said, adding Jackson Building Supply ",,'tL'I'tf( ".1.1'. '
don't think ? 'quiered Commissioner that would be improper handlingof ( .N Plants .JI, t' \ 1;. '
"You so : : Meadows Tropical .,
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Set On
Trial Basis .
Night Meetings I Maxie Carter Jr. public money by the commissionfrom Chamber of commerce 'i." \ ;1\\ ", .'
which criminal. 1.1".4 ,
No Hardy said adding a fire protection charges could ,
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study will cost the county bet- possibly emanate. ... ."
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By County Commission '". ( starke Paint center -i:. '
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Deputy Green... Bradford county Telegraph ,

Starting in March the Bradford County Commission will meet at 8 p.m.on (From Page IA) .' "". Bradford High school 'I'111 ;.'. : '
the third Monday night to give who work a chance to meet the "': Residents
persons part-time status on a nonsalariedbasis. Green, in reflecting over his law enforcement : .
board. career cited a time almost Gene Matthews u*,; ,-
The board already has a special meeting set at 8 p.m. the third Mondayof "This will allow in the future if I 10, years ago when he invited :: Ella cooney .t"f I;,1'\M': J'
February the 16th to consider. bids on health and hospitalization insurance need him on a part-time basis with a Telegraph reporter Andy Denonn to J.R. wainwright '. < ;,"-:x'.',. .
for county employees.The long drawn out court session to use go along on an investigaiton to Hampton. I Grant : '>'- '
George ..
night meetings were set at the behest of new Commissioner him as an extra bailiff and to allow 1
Lawrence Mosley who asked the board last month to consider the night Charles Hall :4.;
him to assist me when we get Two youngsters came to the Starke ..
meetings. Mosley got a mixed reaction when he broached the night overloaded," according to Reddish. Police Department to tell them that :. Phil Harris 'J.-

meetings again this Monday Feb. 2. "Most likely he will be workingsome they had found a cowboy boot\>> with Robert Hanna .. .
"Have you done anymore thinking on it? Mosley asked near the close with the office," Reddish said. some money and firearms in it. Bobby Taylor '
of Monday's meeting."I Reddish pointed out he is in the process Denonn was at the Police Station typ-
thought about it. I vote 'no'," said Commissioner E.W. Hodges of hiring a fulltime deputy to ing up a report for Reddish and then Lowell parrish and the 4-H
Hodges remembers when the board tried night meetings before and replace Green. Police Chief Kenneth Fuqua, about Charley E. Johns

nobody came. The sheriff pointed out Green was some incidents that had taken placein Betty StephensMrs.
"If we want to try it, we'll have to have two meetings said Commis
the third person to retire from the Starke during the past few'months.The Willie BrownAn
sioner Maxie Carter Jr.. "We've got to have the day meeting. Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- youngsters were from the
"I say try it for awhile," Mosley said suggesting a trial period of 2 to 3 ment since 1973. Hampton area and Green because of
months. "So many people have mentioned" it to me. At least we will have First he listed his late father. his training decided to take a rifle

given them an opportunity to attend. Sheriff P,D. Reddish who served six along as those present were going to
"Why don't we set it up for the third Monday, suggested Commis- the had found the
terms as Bradford County Sheriff and where youngsters independent, Non-Denominational school fully accredited
sioner Hart.
retired in January 1973. He passed boot and other items.
"Try it for 2 or 3 months and see" said Commissioner Carter. away in October 1976. A car was observed to be backingup by the southern Association of colleges and schools.
Mosley at that point moved to hold night meetings on the third Mon- from the As
Marion Fmucan who was a book area. the youngstersand
day at 8 p.m. on a three-month trial basis beginning in March. Hart Denonn crouched Green
keeper for retired from nearby
seconded the motion which got a 4-1 vote, Hodges opposing. that post in many July 1973. ordered the car to halt. Grades 1-12

Green Is the third employee to After Green stopped the vehicle
retire. which contained two officers from the //s\ ST. JOHNS COUNTRY
School Lunch Menus Green points out that he always Alachua County Sheriff's Depart
worked for the people. He cites his ment who had taken a suspect to the DAY SCHOOL
past experience with the public which area to reclaim items stolen the day
Southside. Starke Lawtey, Friday. Feb. 13: Sausage rice
Founded 1953
w/tomato field helped him to be able to see both sidesof before from a bar in Waldo. '
Hampton Brooker Elemen- gravy peas, cornbread a situation. Since that time Green has referredto itii
sweetheart cake and milk
tary and Bradford Middle Denonn as: "Frontline Andy".

Schools: AL-A-CARTE Testing Dates for 1981-82 Admission

February 9. 13 Monday. Feb. 9: Hamburgers pizza,
Monday. Feb. 9: Turkey w/gravy onion rings French fries Chicken DinnerAt THI BRADFORD February 14th
mashed potatoes turnip greens milkshakes. Pine Valley Thursday March 14th. April 25th
and ovary
chocolate pudding cornbread Tuesday! Feb. 10: Cheeseburgers Cong. Church at 1M W. Cell itroatStork
milk. pizza French fries, milkshakes. Pine Valley CongregationalHoliness ..Florida 32091
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Hampton Petition Supports WadswdrthA Hardship... (From Page I A) "


bearing 132 names in sup published Dec. 11 and Dec. 25, 1980: The petition states: Silcox pointed out several years agoa a low percentage."I'm placed on'a program in which they
port of Hampton City Clerk Gordon P. editions of the Telegraph.The "W.. the undersigned citizens of'Hampton family owed a bill of over$2,000 and not going to sit here and let agree to pay, all.future utility bills
Wadsworth, Jr. has been circulated Christmas Day article, according give Mr. Wadsworth our has been paying its current bills along voters tell me I'm wrong," Commis-- when rendered and their arrearage
around Hampton. to the petition, refers to four vote of confidence and request the with making payments on the old bill, sioner Silcox said. shall be prorated over a three-month
7 members of the Hampton city,:council! Telegraph to print tills under the and now has the old balance down( Crosby, In rebutting Silcox's period.
Wadsworth said Tuesday morning' threatening to resign because of Clerk equal time requirement. We ,' under $500. remarks, stated the policy contains The policy calls for hardship claimsto
Feb. .3, that the pressure on him to Wadsworth. Council members held al, don't believe he (Wadsworth) aha "I feel like we helped some folks," compassion and concern for the peo be made when the bill is rendered.
resign has been almost unbearable, special meeting in the office of Hampton anything to do with the problem of said Silcox, because of the way this ple."We This will allow for the investigation to
but that the petition shows there is City Attorney J.J. Wolbert in purchasing of surplus property, case was handled. are trying to get to the root of be completed prior to the 21st of each
support for him in Hampton. Some Starke to discuss the situation. which seems to have originated the "1 don't have anything to give the problem, Crosby said. month,when unpaid services are subJect
people say they would never have The'Dec. 11 article refer to the current problem and reported in the away," Silcox said. Mayor Charles Schaefer reportedhe to be disconnected.If .
voted for Wadsworth II they had 'surplus property which was signed Dec. 11 Telegraph.Wadsworth Silcox reported the matter was supposed issued special orders referring a customer, according to the new
thought he was going to resign, for by city officials, before' said he has checked all to be turned over to the bond hardship cases to HRS. policy, does not claim hardship when
? Wadsworth says, and urge him to Wadsworth took office, from the 132 names on the petition( and all are trustees the last two months, but the a bill is rendered and the utilities are
stick it out. Surplus Property Warehouse', signatures of bonaflde Hampton bond trustees haven't been able to "Your orders aren't being follow. disconnected for non-payment, the
The petition refers to two articles US-301 south of Starke. residents. discuss the situation since only one of ed," said Commissioner Milner. utility director, under emergency
the three members has been able to The policy recommends that hard- conditions, may reconnect the
I !j be present at meetings. ship cases be referred to HRS. The utilities for a period of 14 days.
22 Lawtev Fire Calls Answered in January Silcox stated he wants Utility Direc- agency will assist the city in identifying The original policy called for a
., ., tor Merrill Dees to have the responsibility true hardship cases. grace period of seven days, but after
In a report to the Lawtey City Council -' answered by the LWVFD with 9in the Other officers include: Les Becker, of handling hardship cases Some persons are eligible to receive the lengthy discussion Tuesday night
at its monthly meeting Fire Chief city and 13 outside the city. They in- assistant chief; Carl McKinley, cap- because Dees is going to follow ,the financial assistance and may be eligi- the grace period was changed to 14
Bill Crouse reported a record number cluded 4 houses, 15 brush, 2 auto and tain; Cliff Prevatt,It.; Jim Bowman, policy of the city commission. ble for Title 20 services. If a customer days.If .
'of fire calls for his department during one false alarm. secretary-treasurer; Tommy Barnes, Silcox admitted he skipped the last agrees to use government aid, the any claimant does not abide by
the month of Janujary. 1st sgt., Jamers Waters 2nd. sgt; council meeting three weeks ago claimant is considered a hardshipcase the terms of the policy they shall be
Crouse announced that he had been Don Brown, Carl Norman, Ralph because of the new commissioners according to the new policy. removed from hardship consideration
: Crouse reported that 22 calls were re-elected fire chief for another year.- Wise, and Danny Waters, directors. pushing the hardship policy. These type hardship cases shall be the new policy states.
Silcox stated Starke does more than

I : R.S.. Mullins Named Starke ShrineroftheYearLocal $12 loses( million only $20,000 in utility to $25,000 business In unpaid and OPEN HOUSE1DAY

bills each year. Sears Roebuck,
Veterinarian, R.S. (Bob) ,, Patty of Starke.they are members of money generously in promoting Florida Power & Light, or the
Mullins, was recently named Starke Methodist Church BIG SALE
the First United Shrinedom. He enlarged one of his Jacksonville Electric Authority
: Shrine Club's Shriner-of-the-Year and and have both been active in local farm trailers, at his would like to hold their losses to such
own so
was with
presented a plaque out Scouting programs. "Doc" is activein
that 6 could be carried to
going President, Bobby McRae, at a Bradford #/35 Masonic Lodge and in surreys the
dinner at the Starke Golf and parades throughout southeastern
Country the Rotary Club. United States. He has offered his 200 ParatroopersLand
Club .
recently.Dr. Dr. Mullins was cited for his workin farm for Shrine Club events and
Mullins was also recently promoting the Starke Surreys,
developed several new ideas to make
honored as being one of the three eight vintage Oldsmobiles owned
local Shrine Club at
meetings' more en- BlandingAbout OFfDTRACTORS
in Morocco Shriners. The Sur-
Temple'sShrineroftheYear privately by local joyable. He has encouraged Masons,
contest. He was reys are the only parade unit of the
young and old, to become Shriners. 200 Paratroopers from the
selected as a finalist of total
a Starke Shrine Club. He served as Second
lie uses his motorhome to carry 82nd Airborne Division landed at
membership of 11,000 Shriners. the Shrine
Vice President of
Masons and Shriners to various Camp Blanding after flying from Fort(
Dr. Mullins, a Mason for 25 &
years Club in 1980 and as fund-raising
events at his own expense. Doc is North Carolina for a session of ,
and a Shriner for 2 has t
only years, Chairman. He was in charge of the Brag
received always ready to give time and moneyto training Monday, Feb. 2.
recognition throughout rdt
dinner and in
chicken parade May IMPLEMENTSThe
theast Florida for his "eagerness" to and also( the Christmas Project. any project that will help our area. C-130 The paratroopers arrived in two
participate in all areas of Shrinedom.He ( Through his leadership in 1980, Dr. Mullins is serving this year as transport planes and im-
and his wife, Laurie, have livedin members raised a total of $11,500.00for First Vice-President and in 1982. will combat mediately went into where the woods will to start Long line of affordable farm equipment is now even
the Starke area for 26 years, mov- crippled and burned children.This become President of the Starke tice marksmanship training they, helicopter prac more affordable during our "Big One-Day Sate. You can save
ing here from Ocala. They have 2
turned to Morocco Shrine Club.
sons, Robin of Fort Pierce and Glennof Temple money was on Shrine Club over Day,January jumps, and other skills this week. up to 25% or more over our normally low prices.SUPERIOR .
All local Shriners know that "Doc" Camp Blanding for has
many years
Monroe and
; a daughter 31. The Starke Club received recogni-
contributoron is always ready to help raise money'for been used as a training ground for
tion as Morocco's leading crippled and burned children and Paratroopers and other types of Ar-
this special day."Doc" and Air Force CHECK THESE SPECIALS
feel that this recognition is deserved. my training. :
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Rural Airports FiguringIn

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Dope Traffic i ,,, ,

The use and sale of illegal through South Florida

drugs have reached unprecedented undetected.And / ,

levels around the now the stigma of drug T '

world and now threaten the traffic is spreading to this

stability of several nations, area of the State, with
according to a recent United Gainesville recently declareda

Nations report.A nerve center for operationsin

review on the threshholdof an expanding area of North 4 'h

the 1980s shows that the Central Florida.

situation has never been more The nearby Keystone Air-

serious and complex and thata port, already in the news for The latest in fashions (vintage 1913) were being worn at the Bradford County Fair

growing number of coun- unscheduled nighttime lan- when it,was held in Lake Butler in the Days before World War I. .

tries are afflicted by the dings of planes bearing loadsof

nual scourge International report, according by Narcotics the 13-member to an Con-an- headlined the "hub"marijuana of a recent smuggling, was weeks again ring as First Bradford Fair Was Held in Lake ButlerIt

trol Board. whose exploits rivalled thoseof

Florida of course, is still the best TV thrillers. isn't generally) known, or to Starke, a movement is afoot in cycle races. The central exhibit hall Pop Warner football teams using
considered the drug smuggler's remembered even by oldtimers Lake Butler to create a new fair complex would form part of the main bundling, them in the fall.
chosen land with Louisiana Reading like a popular that Bradford County's first through the recently organized with covered stands and livestock:
paperback thriller the lengthy fairground was located in Lake Butlerin Union County Fair Commission. stalls being housed in the rear. The elaborate new plans will be afar
not far behind. Both story in the Florida Times- the days before the county was cry from the barnUke frame structure -
states have irregular Union began: "A secluded divided in 1921 to create Union County According to plans presented for Space for midway rides and other that served as the original) exhibit
coastlines which offer ideal World War II tucked from the area lying west of New the commission's approval last week, attractions is planned for one cornerof hall in pre-World War f days,
places for smugglers airport, River. a central feature of the layout will bea the property, md some consideration -
hiding of among the palmettos and half-mile multi-purpose dirt track is being given to a swimming poolat The fairgrounds, surrounded by a
bringing in cargoes contraband pines of rural Clay County, Now, after a lapse of many which could be used to sponsor horse a later date. Year-round activity is high board fence were located on a
drugs. Florida's At. has been the hub in an interna- during which the fair site was moved races as well as stockcar and motor- planned for the playing fields with 20-acre tract between Dekle Street in

torney General appealing to tional smuggling ring stret- Lake Butler and bounded by what is

the Reagan administrationfor ching from Haiti to the now SR-121 and 231..

help in controlling a situa- Bahamas to the northern Letters to the EditorWriter
An October 2, 1913 issue of the Bradford -
that has
completely -
boundaries of the United County Times published in Lake
beyond control of conven- States. Here-at the solitary Butler and forerunner to the
Says Hospital Problems Won't Co AwayAn IN ANSWER TO LETI'ERFROMLT.NETI'LES present
tional law enforcementforces. metal hangar of the KeystoneAir Union County Times, touts the coming -

Park-began a grandiose In your January 15 publication, Mr. fair as "the greatest public
open letter to the people of Bradford and employee benefits we will not Beryl Nettles wrote an article commending gathering ever held in Bradford Coun
Involvement in the ever- international narcotics County, the Bradford County have it. Judge Carlisle for denying a ty."
widening drug traffic has investigation producing tales Hospital Board of Directors and Mr. I strongly resent the impression the motion that would allow the Public:
reached unbelievable propor- that rival the best of Ian David Libby, hospital administrator: administration gave the newspaperon Defender's office to withdraw from The Lake Butler fair seems to have

tions which culminated this Fleming's James Bond. In In reference to the article in the the desire of the nursing staff to representing prison inmates at Union died out at a yearly event sometime
work.'Their desire to and help Correctional Institution. and 1937
serve 1927
four the investigationgrew Bradford of Jan. 19 1981 between
week in the arrest of a circuit years, Telegraph ,
the hospital and community Is the only I
am not commending or criticizing
the at Bradford
judge in Alabama who landed from late-night concerning nurses thing keeping them at Bradford Judge Carlisle for his decision

behind bars Monday and was surveillance by a tenacious County First Hospital.I must that the story was County Hospital. although I do think there are other
stripped of his judicial duties Clay County sheriff's detec- very badly slanted say toward the side of With all this in mind I hope that the facts your readers should be aware

after landing his marijuana- tive to a multiagency effort the administration. This was not the administration does not let these problems of.Number County Agents
slide that will
that spanned much of the fault of The Telegraph rather the believing they one: every American has
loaded at St. Lucie
with time. Gentlemen
fault of Mr. Libby. He has asked for go away the the right to competent legal repre-
International Airport near Western Hemisphere. and received the pledge of the entire only thing that will go away; with timeis sentation and a fair trial. In order to IoteI3ook
Fort Pierce. This is not exactly good nursing staff that they would not talk one of the finest and most dedicated get a fair trial for his client, an at-
staffs will have the
nursing you ever torney needs sufficient time to
to about the problems at the
The was arrested publicity for an airport owned hospital.anyone Mr. Libby evidently did not honor of.working with. prepare a defense. It seems logical
after Customs agents by the City of Keystone feel bound by this pledge. Burl Traylor,Jr. this would prove harder' with a

found three bags of marijuanain Heights whose council has Mr. Libby's statement on the Starke, Fla. heavier case load. Bobby
the storage compartment of recently been engaged in ef- amount of help at the hospital is Mr. Nettles also criticized the
Public Defender Public Defender's office for
his plane, and a further forts to attract industry to the Registered misleading. Curses His figures and include Licensed both .. ..e .. ... .. T ." considerable amount"of"timer devotinga to* /Taylor i ;i .,

'search revealed a pistol in one airport, and will presumably y Practical Nur>ee. Please do not think ,I 1eplyw': Nettles. other projects such as civil rfghts for 1, apt ,, ti !sill

'of his boots and a large continue '-such efforts in:.a the'i'..:;',i thaeJ am'down-rading the role of the .n.'" ,.ii.*rl HIV fi1. OP>ttm*".<..aV4<* inmates: 1t'really concerned'ibout to"wr6ngifor' artattorney'to1 A
'amount of cash in the other. future. LPN or the nursing team.
They are a very important part of Reference "Hats Off Judge Carli- rights? Or is it Just wrong for an at- Severe weather is continuing to af-.,
At least $3.5 billion worth of But an airport that is the complete system. However there sle" in January 24th Gainesville Sun torney to be concerned about civil feet our crops and plants, and is'
illicit drugs was seized in building an image as a "hub"of are both legal and educational limitson and January 15th Bradford County rights for inmates? delaying preparation for spring pIa 11-1
drug trafficking whether what they can do. A more accurate Telegraph. We, too, agree that Judge The article also stated,and if I may ting.
Dade last and ,
County year, breakdown of the amount of nursing Carlisle s reasoning was legally cor- quote Mr. Nettles: "They are more
federal authorities believe justified or not, is not apt at help is as follows: rect. The caseload statistics in Union concerned for exercise for inmates Even though it was not enough the i
this was only the tip of the the same time to successfullybuild 7 to 3 shift: 3 RN., 3 LPN. County alone did not warrant relief and removing handcuffs from the In- rains earlier this week were needed ,
iceberg, with five to ten times an image as a center for 3 to 11 shift: 2 RN,1 graduate nurse, from representation. Judge R.A. mates and putting them on correctional and welcomed by almost everyone. ;
industrial activity. LPN. Green was equally correct in granting officers, than they are for the Seems like crops have responded i:;
more than that smuggled 11 to 7 shift: 1 RN full time,and one relief in Bradford County where the job they were elected and hired for- somewhat, even if the rains were
RN part time; 3 LPN. caseload clearly required relief, and criminal" representation in the followed by frost and freezing condi-d
These figures do not include the the State Attorney did not oppose) our courts. tions. : 9i
auxiliary help.If motion. Bradford County will be I am sure the Public Defender's office .1' (
FORESTRY you will study the amount of help reimbursed by the State for the costsof is earning the money for the Job Strawberry plants appear- to bq-hard
By Marl<; Fries| involved, you will find that the 7 to 3 private counsel representation.Our they were hired for. It is also true fair to., good condition.jHowevepjiz
IN BRADFORD COUNTY shift is the only ,shift where you can problems in Union County were there has been an increase In some growth has been slow and,"!sonwul\
have two or more RNs In the hospital compounded by the return of 51 in- types of crime,such as assaults on of- growers are 'wondering ,whether the si
most of the tI!ge.t0* the 11 to 7 shift mates' cases after their trial court''' ficers. plants will be big enough to produnamgood

the one RN iff: (.hospital) has to be dismissals, ordered by Chief Circuit These types of crimes usually re- set of fruit for,a.Marc h lw v'eenw
I I Judge for the Eighth Judicial Circuit, quire more time ajid: work for an attorney
charge nurse; emergency room ,fr ,.
I Unless heavy rains quickly refill running far above the 10-year normal.We nurse, and start all IV's. In short, she Theron A. Yawn, were reversed after to prepare a defense.My ques- Greensil
Florida's swamps ponds and had only 1 inch of rain comparedto is in total charge of the hospital.The appeal by the State. A conferencewith lion is. why has there been more been slow. This has been caused by en
streams the state may be on the the January monthly average of 8 administration stated that one Judge Carlisle, Harris Tobin, assaults on officers? Especially whenan both cold and dry weather.
brink of its worst forest fire season in inches in Bradford- County. reason for the shortage of nursing .Assistant State Attorney for Union inmate know this is one of the salill iK
25 years. staff at the present time is the amountof [County, and Gene Whitworth, State most serious charges he can receive Forage crops like oats'' rye.!i)
February 'and March traditionally deaths in''the nurses' families. r Attorney, with my staff was useful in while in prison.' ryegrass and clover have been really;>
We will need more than the '/a inch are Florida's worst fire months, with There were;' two deaths during I resolving the problem. We VOLUNTARILY Does that tell you anything or even hurt by these conditions, and manyna!
we received throughout Bradford some 1,200 in each month during evena January in the families of the nursing I withdrew our motion to be 'make you wonder? Maybe the attorneys fields will not give an economical.
County Monday morning. good year. Without more rain they staff. relieved of representation prior to are concerned on more than yield this year. This has caused aaO
could be far worse this year. Also, gentlemen, please understandthat :;the entry of an order. An Intensive exercise for the inmates. Things like shortage of livestock, : feeds especially)!
Present weather and ground water there are only two male orderlies .review of the cases reversed on appeal their safety and lives. hay, in our area and some cattlemeiuna
conditions parallel those of the early Forestry Fire Chief Mike Long said employed at the ,hospital. Both of I' has resulted In a substantial As forcing the handcuffs on cor are having difficulty, supplying,prcnioa
1950s and oldtimers at the Florida that low water levels in the ground these men work 'part' ",time. This number of dismissals by the State in what should we do. per nutrients for their cows 'to .I'.Y01
Division of Forestry have an Instinc- cause several kinds of problems for means that any lifting,-pulling turning 'those cases that no longer warrant'prosecution. if I may use the phrase "should the bus!
tive feeling that the same kind of wildfire crews. and bathing of any 6 foot, 200 The remaining cases are shoe fit." It seems the shoe has to fit A break in the weathersome more
situation could occur. pound man has to be done by a 120 being handled In our Gainesville- in the past.There has not only been an rain and warmer temperatures **&
"For one, when a wet area drys out pound woman. C fice to further relieve our understaffed increase in assaults on inmates by of. would get us back on schedule and 'i r
State Forester John Bethea, who quick-burning fuels become more The nurses .aids are also badly I Starke office. ficers. The statistics will show there hopefully. get our spring crops in onr.U
helped put out the 1950s fires said abundant. Fires start more easily understaffed. With the present The allegation is made that our pre- has been an increase in arrests and time. ..,(1
"We're sitting on a powder keg right then and spread faster" amount of help and a patient count of "occupation with the "civil" rights of convictions against correctional. of- 7f{:
now. We're fighting fires as hard as around 40, you have an aide havingten inmates is what caused us to get ficers on several types of crimes, There is increased interest in wJ
we can and it looks like the next two He also pointed out that the effec' or more patients.. This is more behind. Not so.The only"civil" rightsof from brutality to passing forged Vegetable production this year..There:<>:
months will be even worse." tiveness of natural firebreaks than she can care for adequately, or incarcerated individuals this office prescriptions to get drugs. will be brokers operating on thes< ponds and as that the present rate for a semi- has ever litigated is the "right" or Maybe a simple thank you by Mr. Brooker and .Starke Farmers'A
He urged public cooperation to limit pear swamps without sufficient streams rain. disap- private room demands. juveniles not to be raped or brutalized Nettles would have been sufficient. Markets{this Spring.They will be buy-:.:do:
burning to periods when the fire good fire fighting tactic Is to "One fire As.the administration is not able to while held In detention and the"right" By taking off his hat, Mr. Nettles has ing cucumbers peppers, squash, str-jtV
danger is low and stressed the im run a properly staff the present) hospital, it of inmates to survive their incarceration shown all your openminded readel'8'Just Ing beans and eggplants. ;!Vi
mediate reporting of wildfires to the Into a body of water where it burns is hard for me to understand how they in a violently unsafe how narrowminded he is, .andhow A
Division of Forestry.In itself out. When conditions are dry as expect to staff a larger hospital. They Florida State Prison without being little he has under the cap. If you plan, to 'grow vegetables,;*fi.1
they are now, we lose many of these will not be able to staff this hospital murdered. We make no apologies. All ,And by the way, would Mr. Beryl make sure you have a market for tires
the 1950s long periods of below- natural firebreaks." until it is understood that Bradford of the legal preparation In those cases Nettles by any chance: be the same your produce before planting the first A
par rainfall allowed surface water to County Hospital is competing with was done in our Gainesville office by "Lieutenant" Beryl Nettles who is i ed." Call "i
dry up and in the early part of the The muck peat of dried lake bot- both Gainesville and Jacksonville for assistants (primarily Jack Fine) who employed at Union Correcitonal.In- me or Market Manager"
decade every year saw more than toms, consisting of plant and animal the available help.It continued to handle a full caseload.All stitution Bobby Allen If you need a market con-tea!:
200.000 acres of land devastated from matter, become fuel for smoldering .is a shame when an RN with lawyers are under an ethical duty Mrs.Terry Arthur tact. :a
the environmentally sensitive fires which may burn for days or many years of experience is makingless to competently represent their Starke .o aau

Everglades of South Florida to the weeks unless fire fighters manage than 35t an hour more than a clients. Public Defenders are no ex-' :slew
economically valuable timberlands of somehow to drown it In water. Muck graduate nurse, without license, in ception. When that ethical obligationis Florida State Prison have. Includedthe understanding of
threatened by an overload we must our function and S"B
North Florida.In fires with their thick and smelly Jacksonville. well-being of correctional of ;
bring it to the attention of the court. .
recent months rainfall has been smoke have plaqued many sections of We did so. Every Assistant Public ficers. We have consistently ad- It is unfortunate that Beryl Nettles. r,
the rule
Regarding hospital
running far below normal in Florida, Central Florida, particularly Orlando ing everyone to contribute requir-to the Defender in this circuit is handling a and vocated safer higher conditions pay, for better braining who penned the "Hats OlEifle er inY1
correctional chose not to
and wildfires since July have been in recent weeks. Bradford caseload' far In excess of. the standards identify Lt.
County HospitalEmployees' set by former Governor Askew officers. We have never'' advocatedthat Beryl Nettles, who for years has been,B
: a prospective restraints such as handcuffs be the institutional investigator for
for No
employee must agree to contribute to representation. removed from' inmates when such Union Correctional Institute respon'vBible
single of public service profes-
this fund before being hired. The group security is deemed necessary. We did for
recommending for
sionals works harder or longer hours prosecu-.a
,. MEMSEIN1 amount for some RNs is $5 per pay than the staff of the Public Defender'sOffice express concern: when handcuffed In- Won alleged Inmate offenses.lrhe let- !snit
.."" "" period. mates assaulted other in-''
were by ter to the "Sun" is
for the Eighth Judicial Circuit. essentially a tI)
ill 0.04 Please do feel that the
not problems mates, not so restrained. ;We need cleaned-up redraft of an earlier letter
None-are more collectively : ooH
"' mentioned in this letter are a com competent correctional officers
more to to' the
iitelrgrapq. for the task.'We are on call 24 enstwe Bradford County Telegraph IT
'. :;;fI iceberg Rather the this is is like an hours a clay seven days a week, and security in the institutions. with the more obvious inaccuracies: .'1Iod
only tip showing. The Whether
.. can be reached nights and weekends accurately perceived or. edited out. It is understandable that", U
ISTAILlSH.D'I" remaining problems and there are not we are in fact the allies of Concerned attitudes will be Insj
We do have the shaped by of
at 378-32SO.: not investigative years ,
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.J' '. many, can and should be worked out Citizens for Correctional Officers. operating in
....'. ,d' n .resources .of the State At j an context !!lOot
BO C.iIPGUSONJOHN M.MILLIa rub". 1.\, ,.. 7., within the hospital. This can be done torney,'who, inaddition to his own We believf that 'our efforts Such bias. should I be disclosed. We are I a
: j':" <( ;f: '..\ :, With proper communication between '. have been Instrumental in drawing to' identity, ourselves
\ thenn
,, staff can rely as
....,......_'.............._....,..__c...M.M w A.Iw'eak.' ';, .'.;; the nursing"atAff. and the administration police on department every and attention to the plight of correctional:: 5 Defender and staff for the>
,......, .... .\ _
Of t. -Aw.1.Nrd I. 101 ;)\ '' officers and inmates'arid that now. > i Judicial! Circuit. '
!< '
tlit.. correctional officer In the circuit to
'A \! i.Jtiw..a ; : .
......,_.,.... ..._..._._......_ f, '.'*' ; This county. needs'and deserves a.first support his fact-gathering capacity. more than ever Tallahassee is likelyto : Alan R. M
k.1._.U.'...-.........- class hospital for the general Despite 'these Inherent. disadvantages respond. I would welcome the opportunity -', Parlapiano
.......-- public; But unless something is done to'meet with Concerned ,\ Public Defender {4
-MFIN .M1.. '''" ." to improve the working conditions we efforts are getting the I Job done.Our' Citizens for Correctional Officers or' "}} .*, :8U|Judicial Circuit I)
to reduce violenceat &11f.Page
and Staff
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Junior Woman's Club .. I r: + t rlit t9t1ta
Sponsoring Strawberry- i Mill ;

Queen Pageant ffwf }

The Junior Woman's Club of Starke (
will sponsor the 18th annual
Strawberry Queen Pageant March: 28 : !
I in conjunction with the Bradfordcounty llfosly ; .
1 Fair. v f l ti7j
rw The pageant. will be open to Mit '
residents of Bradford County or be a fol,
; i,student of the Bradford County school U .
system.'Contestants must be between, 964-760lf
I ____ the ages of 16 and 21 by,April 1,.Entrants "
will be judged by natural beau ,-- .
ty only.This shall be interpreted to include
figure), face, hair". personalityand Charney Williams Mrs. Terry Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin of
polite. Judging''will. be made' in Gaines and Mrs. Skippy Crawford at- Gainesville were Sunday afternoon
street 'clothes', sportswear. swimsuit P tended a Jewelry show in Atlanta Sun- visitors of' Mr. and Mrs. Ben I
pnd evening gown. day to Tuesday. Rowland.
: Deadline for entry Is'Wednesday,
March 11. Interested applicants
should contact ,Mrs. Helen Fries,
i ,.I 31 t' n i : 964-7753 or' Mrs. Wanda Jackson

964-6321. Applicationsare'availableat
Mitchell's Drug Store and.Bradford.
#! --;:". High School office.International. '

Affairs 4pl.

tr' ;*d i it Program Wednesday at

l Woman's ClubAn tarhc Trine Qlub!

q f under International Mrs. L.H. Jennings Affairs Chairman program, ; ia-i P. O. BOX 174

will be held at the luncheonmeetingof ... .
E'E'Mr. the Starke Woman's Club on Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Crawford STARKE. FLORIDA 32O91
Wednesday, Feb. 11, at 12 noon.
.J. \' ," Hostesses are Mrs. Jennings'Mrs: Wanda Davis
'..: R.A. Green, Sr., Mrs. Curtis Sanders, THANK YOU
Mrs. E.A. Hall Mrs. T.B. Rahn Mrs. Richard Crawford
G.J. McGriff Sr., Mrs. R.P. McLen-: Married Jan. 24
don Mrs. HL. Speer, Mrs. C.A.
Knight Mrs. Merritt Williams and Wanda Davis daughter of Mr. and Citizens cf Starke
Mrs. O.A. Wiggins. Mrs. Walter L. Davis of Powder Spr ,
ings, Ga. and Richard D. Crawford,
and Mr*. Lanier Clyatl son of Don Crawford of Lawtey and Bradford
Mrs. Annie Overstreet Mary Crawford of Tampa and grandson County and Surrounding Areas

Lori Mooneyham and Lanier Clyatt Lawrence A. Depew Starke of Mr. and were Mrs.united Ronnie in marriage Crawfordof

Married Jan. 28 Saturday Jan. 24 in Mabelton, Ga.
Exchange Vows Jan. 17 in Lake Announcement is made of the mar- The couple are residing in Austell Because of your overwhelming support of our chicken dinner and
ButlerLori Ga. where Mr. Crawford works for parade In 1980. the Starke Shrine Club was the leading contributor to
riage of Mrs. Annie E. Overstreet of the Austell Boxboard; Corporation. Morocco Temple on Shrine Club Day, January 31. in 1980 thanks to your
Mooneyham and Lanier Clyatt for a centerpiece.Red Starke to Lawrence A. Depew of tremendous Involvement, we gave a total of S11.500. to help in the treat
recited wedding vows Saturday Jan. punch was served from a Branford, by Mrs. Overstreet's ment of crippled and burned children. some of this money will be used
17, at 7 p.m. in the First Baptist crystal punch bowl. A long buffet children, Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Womans's Club to help In the treatment of three(3)( ) children from the Starke area. Also,
Church in Lake Butler. The double- table was furnished with various Overstreet of Keystone Heights Mr. Rummage Sale we have applications for treatment for two ((2) more children from our
ring candlelight ceremony was per finger foods. and Mrs. Grady Overstreet of Starke area. so, with your continued support and prayers, these children may be
formed by Rev. Melvin Owen, pastorof Servers were Mary Beth Crawford, and Mrs. Robert Clark. of Orange The Starke Woman's Club will havea .able to lead normal lives.
the church. Nancy Stalnaker, Melanie Ellington, Park. rummage sale Saturday from 10 As you can see, we have our work laid out for us. we must see that
Lori is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Louise Varnes. Linda Barber, Lann Vows were exchanged Jan. 28 in a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Middle School. there Is money enough to keep our Shrine hospitals and burns InstitutesIn
Wallace L. Mooneyham and Lanier is Boyd, Barbara Carter and assistingwere Folkston, Ga. with Judge J.E. Had The money will go toward financinga operation.We cannot afford to turn down one child who needs treat.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenier George Barber and. Pat dock officiating. trip to Disney World for the Special ment.Therefore
Clyatt all of Lake Butler. Grand- McDaniel. Attending the ceremony were Mr. Education class. we are again soliciting your help and support of our
Mr.. and Mrs. An arrangement of mixed flowerswas and Mrs. M.B. Overstreet and sons, .. .. chicken dinner and parade on Saturday, May 23. 1981. we feel sure that
parents are Robert Ritchie and Wade and Miss ..___..,., ..... ...... .. .L.I'O.... ___
Clyatt also of Lake Butler. placed beside the wedding book Maury, you will, again this year support this worthwhile cause.
The front of the church was where the groom's cousin, Miss Joy Catrell Overstreet daughter of Mr. Major Ronnie Belt of Fayetteville. Please accept our sincere thanks.
decorated with .arrangements of Cason. greeted the guests. and Mrs. Grady Overstreet.The N.C. was last Thursday dinner guestof Officers and Members of the Starke shrine ClubYOU'VE
greenery and white. A large basket of Following a short trip sightseeing in couple are residing in Stark Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief
red roses and carnations were placedon Florida the couple is residing in Harmony
each side of a long arch Community Lake Butler.
candelabra. Square candelabraswere A barbecue luncheon was given by Duplicate Bridge
used on either side of the white the bride's family in honor of the cou- Club Results
prayer bench. A candelabra was used ple Saturday, Jan. 17, at 1 p.m. with '
for two red family candles and the approximately 30 guests attending.The Hazel and Jerry Moran of Kingsley ONLY
large white wedding candle. Prior to bride is a recent graduate of Lake were the winning couple at
the vows the family candles were lit Union County High School and is Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night. Ida
Shaw of Starke and Eva Mathewsonof
by the couple's mothers. Lighting the presently employed at the Communi
Heights were
wedding ndl&'jth* couples uniting aeoemoaysymbolMed tyB4ygk.oiTSterks.: ; .!_ mo 11 ,gr.o1.w tin-nno! ,**'I'of rem ; The Keystone club playII.v Tuesday.. lSreef "M. x. ,I ,. I
life r:1r ,:,,;..> th1 M Yo 1 jJsr.t at 7:30 pmU"lJe' rG io '
gh Recreation Center and bridge playersare
A IJMII! lM'M"ilt.dium.! tne-firadterd li+ -- attend. A'
invited to
played by Betty Sapp. Duet vocalists coaching staff. ,.
were Lisa Lawson and Marcie -
Mooneyham accompanied by Cheryl
McDaniel on the piano and Denise Reward SSOODD
and Donald Crawford with Donald
playing the guitar. Vocal solos were DAYS LEFT 10
furnished by Marcie Mooneyham accompanied Information leading to the arrest
by Cheryl McDaniel and
Peggy Cason accompanied by Betty and conviction of anyone stealing gates,

Sapp.The bride was given in marriage by 4 miles west of 301 on SR 227 (Brooker .
her' father. Her white cathedral CHANGE
length gown glittered with touches of Road) across railroad tracks. Contact '
gold. The fitted lace bodice had a ,
scoop hldij1fJt'Anet' long. tapered lace Sampson, City Hunting Club 964-8674 or
sleeves{ rrJile full gathered slUrt.was' '' :
fathiofled">withdraws 'of'ruffles' and '9648127.

rose whleftwwi>nlwat'ril-ooaQuet: .. ... .

The bride's attendants wore 'iden-l
tlcvilittdttMuN1ei1dtty'! ':gowns bf!bating
nyk+hvand'they' carried red carna-
tions. The matron of honor was the
bride's sister Denise Crawford. r L- ) like to change the
Other'sisters were Cheryl McDaniel '
Lisa i and.Uie groom's sister; Cindy Clyatt. c I"- the phone lxxk. now's the
Also Cason,'Lisa Smith and Rhonda Scoff. d
Flower*girls ''were1 Heather Wilson The new dnt'ttonesgnto>
and*groom's cousin; Mlchele Elix- press in just a few days
onuhe -twere'Identiealfloorlength: 'L $ I I < Of ct>tu>e. if n t>ti Ye already
gowns of white'nylon'tedged in lace II contacted f no need
and'carried red flower baskets. us.
The groom chose his father Glenier I ; to do it ag ilin. But in case youhaven't
Clyatt as his best man. Ushers were t ; here's a tamely thYee

Jimmy Thomas,. Joey Norman; rA point check list to help you
Donald Crawford Stanley O'Steen,
Deen O'Steen Chuck Simmons and 'a: get the listing you want

the groom's brother, Don Clyatt. Ring 1.)bur listing: i is it correct
bearers were the groom's cousin q inthetwrentlxxk) ?
Robby Cason and the bride's nephew
Daniel Crawford. : 2.Yourfanulvanychanges :
At the close of the.ceremony the e made?Is there any
church bells were rung by' Marts t family member I living \tiitliyoufOWwh1
Vega. The wedding was directed by, 1 might like
f > a
Peggy Cason the groom's aunt
A reception followed in the ." s\'' separate listing
Lakeside Community. Center' in Lake ...... ... y.; \ :3.Your business:'': ai'e thei

Butler; covered: wi ',? i'\ ,air; .,r -1 :i\'ft'1., 'E: any;individual firm memlers
All the serving tables were 1 a .. ,
I > Wy.' ....... .;.t. ; .y- :" :' 'ou d like to list?
in white floor length nylon covers ... 4 )
edg-i se 1J 10'., \\),; 1 :.:ir" .' ., t:> "". 1:
ed in lace. A Valentine. decorwas used. I I \ T-. i.'. f.::..,;. .::.:.i,\ .,< :. Giirectii ins are nwde fiveof
throughout the hall. .1.'f.' : 10'" ctairge. And torah 1 their
The large white three-tiered cake \ \ .:. :
was decorated with miniature red \. : ?; ,'/1': ; ::'k"!:' :'$,:; .' :;' :\; ""':'" ." v .,.: : : added! convenience! add!
valentines and topped with bride and \':: V .:.'.;;. > -'. .,1.:"""' :........ 't ),{ ": ".i\-: : ... :'; donal listings! cost WI)' little
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figurines. .. ... .'... .. .. '.:,: ..... ";; .., ,'' ., .: .
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I ',T .1'. .h., -:11f1i.: ., .
table'was with .. u
The graced "
groom's "
I '. t ,,, ;. .. oQ-. .
1'.o : ... ".- addition like
a chocolate sheet.cake.,A mixed arrangement "r,1" ... :;' 'i'" { .. ... "'.... "< < :. 1 : you'd
of nylon flowers were used 1 1 .. : .::t7 .' m: r.:.' ,, 'if 'F.: "..:;k '.'1. to make just name Then

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Beta Sigma Phft ;'Jr' \\,1n.'..:.,.."..,..... t1.\\ \{'!)''. .....:...;..,..: <. ,. w'Y"!/: ..."."...,:,:'...':'. ",.-. business office

Volentlne'lun h.ort ? ( 1 ''I \ \\\J\ 7) .,;: ?"lJ zi h-; ';.:. ,:\[f., <;;;.>. .. Well make sure you( 1 come

Beta Sigma Phi will have a"Valen ;1 aipr >iMMreSf.>; \ : :... ;..,' *"! ,' ;;' out king l good in print ,.
>" $,\\ &, 'u .% ;- .
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tine luncheon: Saturday '
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at the Western Steak i iM OS&St.\: :. WM** .*... Ai ,; :- \T f .
11:30 a.m. Steer t :: .. :' .."c'.. .' I : I...: .
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Theadrorlty met"J.,,. :20"at'tbehome \ \ \\i \i ,;;;.. .'', "" Continental telephone
of,Brenda' Slade in Hampton.. 1 1 tijla! r":"vv, w ..-rI' ;. Yi u can always call l on
; us.
After-at'short business1'meeting the!; ="" !#: ,.>II{ .' '. .x'
group surprised Rhonda Griffls with, a'P .

houaehnl During 'th wer*'..' .?''WfeiV'1'*?'." '" "'-,'IPLI:, ; irefreahmeMBWerekeryednn9I /: 7U lK' r 8I \ I .. ". .... .. .n

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Mrs, James Barron returned Saturday
visit with net An (u4UHJ4>pp..iriiinil\ Rantnrnu >. ,
alter wo-weeks tIw'w .. -- -
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brother and-"i ter-li>U w. Mrs. and i 1t.1_
Mrs. C ar f..Burton at Port St LucIe. I II IaI1 II I

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Page fA TELEGRAPH February 5.1981.

Janna Starling L '...' Steve Registers} ,I :' <; Did You Know.!.......... 4-H Horse Club

y +l 'HQnored at Y: :; Dinner Honore'esJA]J ; '' To ,Meet Tuesday

W"Ad f fMJ + I: Severbl'Parties';' '; 'I}J prf!:; Saturd evening the Hull home In .Mr. and Mrs: Guy Sale and Mr. and Interested in horses? The 4-H Horse

EdaM Jai nu' Palatka was the setting for a buffet Mrs Keith Gillingham had a family CLub will be meeting Tuesday, Feb.
Miss Starling, whose'marriage dinner Sunday for Keith, Jr.'s 13th in the Bradford
I dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Steve lei, at 7:30 p.m. County -
to John Samons will be an event Dr.
birthday.Out-of-town guests were Building.
Register, whose marriage was an Agricultural
of Feb.: 20, has been honored at event of;Jan. 17. Jean Mundy of Tallahassee and Mrs. Young people and parents are Invited
r several ''parties in the past several Beatrice Gillingham and son,Wade of in several
,r dP f r weeks. Mr. and Mrs.Steve Denmark joinedMr. to participate planned.
.and Mr*.Joe Hull in honoring the Jacksonville.Mrs. events.
On 15, Donna 4-H is to all without regard
bridal couple. open to
{ Samons gave a shower for Miss Punch and hors d'oeuvres were Marian Howe returned Monday race, color, sex, or national origin.
Starling with approximately 30 guests from Alachua General Hospital
served in the family area as the
attending.A guests arrived.Mrs.Denmark served where she was a patient for a week.
nit yellow and green color motif was Old know....
+ from bowl. you
.. punch a crystal punch ,
carried out in the party decorations. and
1 Potted plants were used In the party Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moran
Games with! prizes and rooms. guests Mr. and Mrs. James Hallinan

refreshments were enjoyed duringthe Dinner was served in the dining Westhampton, L.I., N.Y. toured St. :Mr. and Mrs. John Greene and son

party hours. room where the tables were covered Augustine on Monday.Mrs. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

The ladies'of the; Graham with white linen cloths and centered H.L: Chancey over the! weekend. ,
Baptist Sr. and Mrs.
with multi-colored floral ar Frank Palmer,
Church entertained bridal shower rangements.The O.D. Giles attended the ladies Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahasseewas
for Miss Starling on Friday, Jan. 16.
honored couple was given the workshop at the Church of Christ on home for the weekend. '
and white
Burgundy was the color
motif carried out in the decorations.Mrs. creamer to their chosen china as'a University Ave. in Gainesville on

Alma Leta Sparks presided at memento of the occasion. Saturday.Mrs. .
Among the guests were the couple'sparents
the punch bowl and Mrs. Marie
and Lennard Card of ThanksMy
and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. .
Sullivan LJ1 Ayer cut and Jane Everett and daughter,
served the cake.Fellowship Register and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chele
and Mrs. Andrea Peters of
I Locke. family and I would like to thank
and refreshments were Jacksonville were weekend guests of
friends for the beautiful
., _. the 40 between and Mrs. our many
-- > enjoyed by guests the Mr J.T. Carver.
Engaged Coup"leDinner flowers and cards sent us duringthe
hours 7:30 and 9:30: p.m.
loss of mother, Mrs. CarolynG.
Singing for Daddy... On Friday, Jan.2s. friends in Honorees The Methodist Women's Sunday Mullins of Ocala. We' also appreciate -
concerned calls
the phone
Miss Elaine and Col-
Daughter Marian Douglas warbled pretty songs In honor of her father Jacksonville gave a bridal shower for Nugent Buddy School Class had dinner at the Brown Mother's illness. Your
Chief Deputy Robert Green at a surprise party Monday night Feb. 2, at Miss Starling with approximately 65 lings, whose marriage will be an Derby in Gainesville last Tuesday kindness during my and thoughtfulness will
the Western Steer Steak Hoime. friends attending. event of Saturday evening, Feb. 7,at 7p.m. the birthdays of
Games with prizes and In the First Methodist Church, night celebrating .never be forgotten. >
and Mrs. Graham
Mrs. X.M. Smith Dr.R.S. Mullins
honored at dinner Saturday
were a party -
were during the
the occasion
Ellis.Ten members enjoyed 2/5:;
hours. night at the home of Mr.and Mrs. ltchg
Retired Sheriff Robert Green party .
Deputy The hosts presented the honoree Drew Reddish.
Co-hosts Mr. and Mrs. Bob
with a vacuum cleaner as a mementoof were
Honored at DinnerRobert the occasion. Ferguson. E.L. Matthews, Mr. and
Mrs. John Miller and Mrs. Harry

Green retired last week, special blessing from the Court, Candy Stripers Mooty.Attractive. arrangements of perma- Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C. :

then got the surprise of his life.Monday Judge Yawn noted. Elect Officers nent flowers and potted plants C. Eaton D. c.
Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Deputy Dr. Wayne ,
night, Feb. 2when some 125 highlighted points of interest in the
friends gathered to honor the long Green go back to when both were Mary Wright was elected presidentof

time chief deputy sheriff and his wife, deputies. Sheriff Reddish says he the Bradford Candy Stripers at party The rooms.hosts presented the honored Clinic .
Gladys, at a dutch-treat dinner. suspects his late father, Sheriff P.D. their first meeting of the new year on with blender mementoof p Keystone Chiropractic
couple a as a
Reddish, told Green to look out after Jan. 3 in the library at the Bradford
the occasion. Miss Nugent was
"Selfless dedication to duty" his son, the new sheriff. Reddish County Hospital. ,
describes Green's 18% years with theSheriff's noted that he and Green have never Serving with Miss Wright will be presented The l a corsage included upon Mr.arriving.and Mrs. At SR-21 North

Department, said County disagreed to the point they argued, Mary Anderson, vice-president; Paul guests of the bride-
they've worked closely Rhonda Hinson, secretary Robbin Nugent, parents Shops Suite 5
Judge Elzie Sanders, who hosted the although very ; elect Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gover of Keystone
Steak since Reddish became a deputy and Stephens, social chairman.
affair at the Western Steer
House. Judge Sanders said Deputy Green was already a part-time deputy After taking down the Christmastree Gainesville Honour of Raiford, Mr. and and Mr.Mrs.and Ralph Mrs.Russell Phone 473-3604
back in 1951. in the lobby the girls '
Green is an"ex-officio member of the adjourned to '
bar." There is "mutual feeling and the library for elections of officers Miscally of Lawtey. Hours 9 a.m.1 p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p.m.;

understanding between us, the and meeting.The Junior Club
Daughter Marian Douglas honoredher sheriff noted. drawing for the ceramic Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri.
father by singing "Side by Side" Green has been loyal to the Sheriff's Christmas House and Yule Log was To Meet Feb. 9 I

and a 1927 oldie entitled "There's Department,and had a lot to do with held Dec. 15, 1980 at the annual Junior Woman's Club will hold its 9 a. m.-l p.m. Thursdays
Something Nice About Everyone, But making the Sheriff's Departmentwhat Mother-Daughter banquet. First regular monthly meeting Monday
There's Everything Nice About You." it is today, Sheriff Reddish prize winner for the Christmas House night Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the club Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy FacilitiesMeefi
noted. went to Annette DeSue, employee of house.
Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Judge Out of town guests included Green'sson the Hospital. Second prize winner for
Theron A. Yawn, and Judge R.A. Jimmy Rowe; grandson Tom the Yule Log was Marvin Wright, a -
(Buzzy) Green spoke about Deputy Rowe, and granddaughter Monica student.
Green. Clements and her husband, Jimmy The Candy Striper who sold the
Courthouse employees presented Clements, all of Sanford. Also seatedat most tickets to the drawing was Rob-
Green with a television set, for use in the head table were Judge and Mrs. bin Stephens and was awarded a Mr.
Green's shop in case he gets run out of Yawn, Judge and Mrs. R.A. (Buzzy) and Mrs.Santa Claus doll set. $10.00
the house in his new retired status Green,Judge and Mrs.Elzie Sanders, gift certificate from McDonald's was
said County Clerk Gib Brown. Mrs. Chief Deputy Riley Sweat from Union given to Julee Wise for selling the se-
Green said she won't allow the TV out County, and Clerk and Mrs. Gib cond largest amount of tickets.
of the house. Brown.

Green received a "retirement care Did know....
package" from the legal staff in the you

courthouse, a Barlow knife, a plug of Hello World
Mr. and Mrs. Huston McClane
chewing tobacco and a bottle of liquid
spent the weekend at Cedar Keys with
refreshment for "the who has
man 0
friends from Wisconsin.Mr. .
The staff of the Sheriff's Office
: and Mrs. R. P. McLendon
i presented Deputy Green with a gold visited Mr. and Mrs. Seldon Cogdill in
watch with a sheriff's badge on the
back and a plaque commerating his Williston on Sunday. Your.Valentinq'
18'/4 of service.
years 1 George Miller celebrated his 78th ,
Judge recalling that
"Robert and I go back to when I was a birthday when his grandson, Jimmy .
Miller of Jacksonville
student at UF," described Green as spent Saturday
and with the Millers and
"one of the most devoted public servants -
Bradford County has ever had. Bonnie Jean Folsom again on Wednesday when Mr. and
The hallmark of Green's service was Mr. and Mrs. Gene Folsom of Mrs. Jack Miller of Jacksonville were

his devotion to duty said Judge Starke announce the birth of a
Yawn. daughter, Bonnie Jean born Jan. 25 here.Mr.
"The night was never too long for in Shands Teaching Hospital. and Mrs: Gerry Gibson of Mer-
Robert Green to respond to duty," ritt Island will j be weekend guests. of
his Mrs..
Yawn said. mother, L.HvGibson.
Kelly Ray Miller '
"If Robert tells you something you % f .
can bank on it," said Yawn, who was Mrs.Joe Bakken Ms'beee patient
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller of
in Bradford the
County'Hospital past
Bradford County judge for 20 years .. ..
Starke announce the birth of a son, week., -
before being elected a circuit judge. Kelly Ray, born Jan. 25 in Alachua
Yawn recalled the time he spent
General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Praver, Mr.
$115 for robe and
a got a new speechfor
Maternal grandarents are Mrs. and and Mrs. Jon Jett, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Green to when
Deputy say opening "er11
Mrs. Lester Leach of Starke. Pater-
and and
Caulder Mr. Mrs. Gene
all lend
court to to the
more dignity
nal grandmother is Mrs. Doris Miller
court system. Until then the judge Reese of the Lake Region were Sun-
had dressed in a business suit and Sikes of Palatka day night dinner guests of Mr. and

court was opened with a very simple Mrs. Jerome Johns.

announcement by the bailiff. ---- .......,....,.. .. ,
"Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye The H.A. Lawson had surgery Tuesday
Bradford County Court is now in ses- Sr.A and Mrs. Rex E. Anderson, Jr. in North Florida Regional Hospital.Mrs. !
sion with the Honorable Theron A. of Homestead spent the weekend with This is the place for an evening of dancing i

Yawn Judge, presiding. All persons their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick J.C. Vi dog of Palatka was
having business with this Court draw Harper in Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday! visitor of Mrs. L.D. Vining. dining'and frolic that will make it a memorableValentine's I.t
nigh, give attention, and you shall be Rex Anderson in Starke.

heard.Honorable God Court Save," the this new State speech and IB evening. Bring your favorite valentine I

Deputy Green, the bailiff of many or meet a new valentine among the great ;

years, got the new speech committedto
memory, and got through it alright I A crowd that'll be here.' ,
until the last line.

"...God Save You From This .
Honorable Court" Green intoned obviously \

feeling the public needed a fs 1 .04C1 bc\e ."p.04rtP"'b ,
C\t\:! ."p..rtPPrime
Homemaker's Club

To Meet Feb. 12 "
... .
The Bradford County You should Rib or ,
Homemaker's Club will meet Feb. 12
file the
always same

in at Starke.An 10 a.m.interesting. at the Agriculture meeting is building being tax form the IRS Sea Food Dinner.....;...................................:L.. .:.::$695,,,
planned by Mrs. Alicia M. Homrich, sends you! In the mall.
multi-county Home Economics Extension W / plit of Champagne for 2

The next Agent.crafts workshop will be D True D FalseYour

Thursday, Feb. 19, at 10 a.m. in the
Agriculture building. Those attendingare financial: circumstances change from

asked to carry a brown bag lunch. )ear: to year. The form you used last year might.

Everyone! is invited to attend all ,, ,V ,,.._ not be l e..rlghc form this year. -:

meetings and workshops, regardless .; ', H&R. Block can help you determine: which is
of race, religion or sex. 'the best form to use.

Did You Know. ........, '.'' The.:answer,is FALSE,since the IRS can't know
"of,tax'related thanges which might have

xxtirretl in situation last ,
( your year.
Out-of-town guests "at the

Mooneyham-Clyatt wedding on Jan. .j"wt.LMAKE} THE TAX LAWS WORK FOR YOU
17 in Lake Butler were: Lara .... '
Hamilton and Lann Boyd of Chat- '
tahoochee, Mittie Ingram, Elenor .
Fnifer.Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wooster, THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE \GQAoA\( ;
Jacksonville, Rev. and Mrs. Robert
Clyatt and family of Moultrie, Ga., WE PREPARE ALL STATE AND '

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Chapman, ,,.CANADIAN,RETURNSTemple. .
LaCrosse, Mr. and Mrs. John Riggs, wsi y }prorm'J : '
Brooker and Mr.and Mrs.Virgil Grif. .:,;i1 .i! { Ej 9 4;N: U.S. '3O1 North, Starke .rt&jfto

fis of Palatka. ;/ p er 'iM.eo :YVeekJays9.6Sa .yi' +one'9e4.8 8R: '' >

: ........,
Rebeccah: Folsom of San Diego;;. .- .' u' -_.
her Mrs. OTHER AREA OFFICES'Keyslons
Cal. is visiting parents
Phyllis Folson and Mr.and Mrs. Gene HI. PaUtka'

Folson for 10 days. 473.23 328-3966 684.4286 I


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A Lot is Said and Done at Bradford Football Awards Banquet

Last week's Bradford High School plaque by the cheerleaders. "Being a backbone to be a leader and don't accept -
Football Banquet was once again sponsor is not a job you can go home negatives you'll do'alright. It's
good for more than just a delicious and forget about," varsity captain tough you betcha. You better believeit's
fried chicken meal cooked up by the Mellisa Mayo said in delivering the tough."

cafeteria workers at Starke Elemen- plaque.BIShop. Hurse acknowledged that the 80-81! 1
tary. first-year President of the club was the first with a losing recordat
Charley Pell gave the young All Sports Club said "we hope we've
BUS in 10 years (since 3-6-1 in 1970))
listeners a message, the All Sports brought the All Sports Club back from but told the players "I can't fault
Club back was welcomed back "from the dead," but called for< more help to all you
at all, it all had. It
s a
the dead" by Club President Harold keep the Club alive. "I think the first you you
cycle you go through and we just don'thave I
Bishop, and BHS Coach David Hurse meeting of the year we had 49 adults enough good athletes. It's hitting
explained that sometimes a coach attending. The last meeting we had I
us in all our sports. I'm real proud of
can't do much about a down cycle of seven. We need some help. The'All every doggone one of you and I love. h
athletes but added that Sports Club runs the concession of '
" understanding goes stands to raise most of the money it every you.
only so far, 1 understand that. That's uses to pay for the three BHS ban- "We started out with 45, we ended
the kind of business I'm in." quets and the letter jackets and up with 32. You're hardcore. It took a
awards passed out at each plus the lot of guts to stay out there. Because
And of course the Tornado football outside projects it does. First it had to of that you'll make better players,

honored players and cheerleaders were payoff over $1,500 in debts owed last you'll make better fathers, you'll
I with shower of
a trophies, "
make better
"This is the ALL sports club and men.
plaques, pen sets, charms, and letter year.
I jackets. we need more help" to take care of the In looking ahead he said "the big-

The fellows who carried the most rest of the year Bishop the emphasizedbefore gest problem for next year is developing ,t f

I metal home were seniors Mike Jor- UF Head introducing Coach guest Sf.eakf'r a positive attitude" and said get-
dan and Kevin Reddish. They shared ting a hard-working nucleus from the
Pell broke the crowd with a cou-
the Ronnie Allen Memorial scholar- up JV and ninth-grade team is crucial. 11 a
of but made it clear
ship award (which includes $2,000 for ple banquet jokes Coaches Rick Stephens, Lanier J
that he wanted to leave a
the winner to pay for college shouldhe message Clyatt, and Cole Childers of the '
with the set. "I don't ---
choose to go) presented by Debbie younger separate JV and ninth grade teams
remember word that coach said at
Allen the sister of the late Ronnie a said the one-victory seasons of the Bradford Football Award Winners

Allen. Jordan was also tabbed as my first you high to do school that banquet to me,", I he don'twal1t ex- short-handed clubs didn't reflect the Winners of awards at last week's BUS Football Banquetwere recipient; Dana Dyal, outstanding service as a trainer:
Outstanding Offensive Back and Red plained.The effort they put forth. "We never let : listed left to right, Jonathon Johnson Most Improved Kevin Reddish Best Defensive Back and Ronnie Allen
dish received the Outstanding Defensive Gator boss put his message in a our pride or honor desert us," ; Kenny Etheridge Best Defensive Back; Mike Jordan, Memorial co-recipient; Bobby Epps. outstanding serviceas
Lineman award from
Coach Jim- Childers said. Best Offensive Back and Ronnie Allen Memorial a trainer and
my Thomas. nutshell with his closing remarks: co- ; Ricky Griffis. Best Offensive Lineman.

Hurse credited the pair as being "You must have an idea of where
two of the squad's hardest workers in you're going if you're gonna get there.
season and off, and praised their You have to set goals, and don't sell
leadership.Kenny yourself short when you set those
Tornado Wrestlers GHS in Last MatchThe
Etheridge, who was called goals. Top
"our most consistent defensive back He had illustrated his point with the

from the first practice on through the storys of Henry Hobbs, a member of
tenth game," by secondary coach the unbeaten team Pell coached at BHS Tornadoes closed out their time this year BUS had not given Undefeated Billy Green saw his pbiiwl by.1...........(W.1). III*,lort M Todd(Ip)$...
Mike Hartley won the Outstanding Jacksonville St., and Cris Col- wrestling regular season with a victory away more points than the opposition. unbeaten span snapped at 10 matchesin inTwnmf Pmwfl IMS)ptoMd MMMM(POM)Ii4.I. .
Defensive Back honor. linsworth, the All American star of Tuesday night beating winless BITS 7th of 9 a 13-9 second round loss to tourney .-" tor* (IM) M, ..... IMlllngi (Mid) fv third

The Offensive Lineman award last fall's Gator team. "Those are Gainesville High 42-30 in Starke in the champ Jenkins of Flagler and then !!..Illly Or***((1X1))plmwd WIMwIch. (Ip)iM.IMI..
passed out by Coach Carlton Faulk special fellas who set some goals and last tuneup before this weekend's At Episcopal was denied a trophy when Interlachen ......1...(PTC) '''.'. WM V.lor. (IM) iM.
went to another senior, Ricky Griffis, just were not willing to settle for District Tournament. BHS also competed Bolles scored 140Vi points to ninth-grader Valeria reversed him US.Johnny f.w tl(IHt)l..*M Ski,,...(hI)
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who Faulk said "was a leader anything. less," Pell said. "I'm going in the Jacksonville Episcopal Flagler-Palm Coast's 133% to win last and pinned Green in just 25 seconds. ttiltj d Mulllm p!_.(kit) 7,44 DrimlMl(FINS) 1i4

Also passed out \' n challenge to you. If there's a Invitational over the weekend, Saturday's Jacksonville Episcopal In- Larry Saucer also came up empty ,>>-_....McOirfH IH1)( ).tort to IMT(Ip)1-4,pinned
by BHS Head Tra,._. ur.. .j iu Hobbs or two out there and you finishing seventh. vitational with Bradford a distant after dropping a 4-3 decision to True VAniHMito. (Int) .811, phumd MMN (Mid) 4K: ...
Greathouse to intern trainer Dana get a couple of fellows to make a com The Tornadoes who closed out the seventh in the nine-team field with 62 of Wakulfa.TMXI Milrd. pta... .....
litfolii ( .Iph (UN)loot to Iramwi "-"I. MMptaiwd
Dyal and student trainer Bobby Epps, mittment, with a guy like Coach year 2-8 in dual meets now join points. ky Mmta(PMI),...
and Cheerleader Sponsor Debra Hurse you'll win next year. If just one Palatka, Interlachen, Clay High, and BHS got no wrestlers to the finals .....,..1.1Ie. 141Uny-.r(BHt)...!N r.,..(WM)14.I4f .
Stephens was given a megaphone tree or two of you have the courage and host Live Oak-Suwannee at District'sthis but the four who wrestled for third IOMMI lelln (NI') 140'*. CMUPC .t J.N MjdMr ((1145)) plMMd M.d1m ((0$1)).|4*.
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Saturday Wrestling place won to take trophies.Jeff ,.."...DM 11 Mind('Ml)4X.Mldd...?..(Mid)U.MADfOHO lilt. kM ImMi(Ip)IM ... third. plM.
= starts at 1 p.m. Undefeated Live Oak Belcher Michael McDuffie, 62. fylK. ...1 l (Ip) N. Oc.l. M "","... IMT.Ur ITMM (FIN) ptoMd .-.. ((04.1)1.1/) | .
---- --- -- -- --- "I is the big pre-meet favorite. and brothers John and Tommy Luth._(oil),.. woo plmwd by WitMii (FTC) liM, vrai pbm.4 Up
-- 'ffi -- The top individual records for BHS Powell took thirds in the event. ... W mr(Ip)245.Ill.S.$5bt.
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=--- =-- =: .._ __ __ : Billy Green 10-2 at 116, Jeff wrestling four times in the 149 poundclass.
-- "' --- ---, Belcher 7-3 at 149, Michael McDuffie He had two pins and a superior
-- -'lF1 ':" 8-4 at 130 and Larry Saucer 6-4-1 at decision balanced against a semifinal -, ..
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1 r w. The Hurricanes led 12-6 earfy but second-placing Lear of Episcopal but
y the Tornadoes took control with five came back with two wins by pin to
straight wins in the middle weightsand ; claim third. John Powell did the M".6 bLE'FRUIT
J easily won Tuesday night. p I same losing 6-4 to Skinner of Bolles in
,. Tommy Powell and Larry Saucer the opening round before pinning his
recorded pin victories while Kevin next two opponents.
Randolph added a major decision and Tommy Powell won by pin, lost 5-7 VINES

.,...... ..."._..,...._":"'''''t' ..-.'. ,,-".:" ... t' Michael McDuffie nosed out a 6-5 win. to Royal of Interlachen, and then won
c. >> ..r;wAM1t Jeff Belcher Teddy Bresee, and John 7-2 in the consolation finals. to take the
PI .
"_ dIIi Jo' ,:!1 '-# .: ,." .... :'-.Ji.t.j .: _-' \i;>"t'b... Bartow Lee all won by forfeit. third spot at 109.
_- ----__...._-.'-- :-. .......-: .-- -.. .-.;- .a s'R'iw."ro"RS -.- _._.J"--'''-_--- The 'Canes forfeited three classes Two of Bradford's best wrestlerswere ONION ,
to Bradford's marking the first stumped in the Invitational.
Diamond Action Starts Soon ,. .one. .' .. .---. SETS Specials This Week:
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Pictured above is action from a Tornado intersquad game last week with CHRIST & Reg. M1.95 SALE '
Richie Fender scrambling back to the bag while first sacker Brian Thomas tries $ Q99
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Old Timers Baseball is Feb. 21 Glen Schrjilege '473-2419 ARE IN -.. ..:......... s.... 39

Reg. I SA(E
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Bradford High School's second annual Old Timer's Baseball Game will be Church,, Service 10:30 am STOCK
played Saturday afternoon, Feb. 21. It matches the Tornadoes of 1980-81 against : DOGWOOD.Other.
BHS players from years past.
BHS Coach Mike Hartley said Monday that players who played baseball at Keystone Lion's Club selected
least one year at Bradford High can participate. Those interested should call PLANTNOW

Hartley at the BHS Fieldhouse (964-6470) or at home or get In touch with Stuart *Sunday School and Bible School Resumed 9 am Shade Tre1esOn
Duncan by Monday, Feb. 10. !
Admission for the 2 p.m. game will be $1.50 for adults and $1 for students. J '
Hartley also announced that season tickets for BHS games are on sale and Sale
available through himself or Coach Hurse at the Fieldhouse, parents of players, '
and at the BHS front office. The season pass for 10 home games is$12 for adults, a J1 : SYMPATHY andUNDERSTANDING
savings of$3 over the single-game price, and$8 for students, a savings of$2 over ET

the single-game price.Sports ;i
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Friday Lake Feb.City 6-at BUS boys & girls tennis (3:30): :, !) DeWitt 'c. Jones ; 1 Bu. Bag 169 l-w? ,_

Live Oak at BUS JV and varsity boys basketball (6:30.5)) .

-V Funeral Home... 5,; NOTICE ALL BIRD LOVERS! js

Saturday, Feb. 7- Halifax Feeders -f
& Houses
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BIIS wrestlers at District Tourney (at Live Oak 1 p.m.) An. Established 1'

-' Firm Very Experienced In I Guaranteed Against Rotting or Breakage- s Yeah.4

Monday, Feb. 9- tr Assisting Bereaved f'1 VII,I NO. 1012 FEEDER "W Q 5 NO. 1030 PKDCK "i
Santa Fe at BUS girls basketball (6:30)) Families''Through This Time S' IC Reg.10" J Reg.12" 895
BITS boys and girls tennis at Santa Fe ((3:30) I ;
Of Sadness By, Making All TheNecessaryArrangements a95! ::

Wednesday Feb. 11- NO.2012 BIRD: HOUSC Reg.8" ',::

Middleburg at BUS weightlifting ((3:30): For Service. .

Can Arrangements Help You Make and Limit Advance Cost.; .Funeral. 1 -- \ ROTO HOE TILLERS I

Compare Trust Roto Hoe for Quality'
Tornado Lifters Best Vanguard, Now Would Be A Good Time To' Visit
Quality & Ncr. 990 Rear Tiller r.
DeWitt C. Jones And His Professional 1 *
Staff To Price 6'.R.-4 forward Speeds :::

wasn't Bradford at its High's best not weightlifting with.five team team Wright the meet was his first com- Acquaint Yourself With The ServicesThey:; Offer:'"* You'll Buy s'_; pus R rse independent wheel ?;

members out with the flu but the Tornadoes petitive action since a football knee : 4t.DeWitt Roto-Hoe &Tine Action r
injury in the fall. > .
were strong 32-31 enough In Ocala to last nip BUS had a home meet with Clay V 1 ow on y'a
Vanguard s;
High set for Wednesday Feb. 4, and C'JOneS"Funeral'HOme. \ i' I 1> -.
Wednesday.Coach goes on the road next Wednesday X 5'HP FRONT y=:;:;
Feb. 11, to meet Alachua Santa Fe. :
Carlton Faulk pointed out < ;.::"";
Kevin Reddish Bobby Martin and .. J ?r:St
Daryl Thornton as bringing their total ru.v__., f only =
lifts up and enabling the Tornadoes to (Sill....r.I.rowsN ._1.1fIe.It .- ,... / f Fit
claim the win; Nor( .*.t..... .l)' NT only 27995 :.0:1
114MAMUOM ((5)) ....11."' IH. UOAN (I) i- ',. i 'Ho'_-_. l., MAItm(t)__Ml. ;
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Reddish and Martin"won 14*. TOTV (IV) M.IM M. b*. (VI) IM-I M.TMOINTOM 46Stark. ,Ifl\ ..'K"'llona H.tgn' 1
classes (198 and 132)).as did Mike Jordan ((1)) I>*.|..-.... 14*. WMOAH (t) I' i f. : r I GARDEN
: 'IU t 473.3(75.T
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(185), Bo Harrison and Phillip tr.nM. *. OT.I. (v) 770.44.411. WWOMT (I.) .'._ : ioi CENTER
Sloan (123). Taking seconds for BUS _45.45.115.,..-. 1(1. MtaM (V.) *-SI-M CMIOU (c.c. c.) +' -: RENTAl> .

were Eric Carroll and Steve Spell If*.HOIMN(I) HI- M.f>....r.(V)ill.IM III. HOlpilalleclti:Wolk.n.Whtt.f ChCl I(:fu'.h..... '
53Q e-couat. emrti4pm'siti4.614ZS
while Thorton, Billy Shannon and MAMMON(5.)144.144.45.) .NVY.M.-. ( .' .r. JJ .. .' '. '!'r ';,rl.o :t'f'IT' !, Il.\-ltlt w .op.4i'e
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I Finally Comes for BUS Baby. TornadoesThe I Ir. Lady Tornadoes Surge

taste of -- j1o"
victory finally-wetted for tlte flrst't.nie all'year what did "
the lips of the BHS Baby Tornadoes Stevens say to his team in the dressing r------ .' "j', ,.' '.J..: :"lfJc'' .' Past Live Oak 47-39
r. ford after 11' straight defeats as the Brad- roomt "I told them thisbaIIgame' .:...'/ ) '. ;: ', .t' "" ;" .
JV club held off '
Middleburg for
a a long way from being r.1 "
31-27 win in Starke "
last Saturday won. ''r..
night. Sure enough BHS scored only three Bradford High's girls basketball
L The Baby Tornadoes did it without points in the third period and 1 the team had been battling the flu all
the services of starter Dennis Dunlap visitors were back within 23-21. But week and it showed for the first three
who missed his ride to the game, and BHS held Middleburg off in the final quarters of Monday night's home
despite the fact that center Tom period to notch the first win. game against winless Live Oak-
Johnson was on the bench much of the Mark Pierce notched points to Suwannee.But .
game in foul trouble. Johnson pickedup lead Bradford with Larry Long ad- in the fourth quarter the Lady +..
his third foul just a couple minutes ding 8, Blaine Dyal 7, and Tom Tornadoes seemed to find their se-
into the contest. Johnson 6 in his brief action. cond wind and with Mae Hollis and fd
BUS had come close. to winning just t 'fd Vaunda Brown showing the way BHS
the night before; /scrapping back surged past the Suwannee County
against P.K. Yonge before losing club 47-39 to up its season mark to 9-6
56-46 Friday night at BHS. P.K. Yonge 58- BUS 48 and drop the losers to 0-12. Hollis can
Unfortunately the 'losing habit PKY led 29-22 at halftime and 43-32 ned all 11 of her points in the second
R:. snowed.up: again Tuesday night as after three quarters but the Baby Tor- half and Brown hit eight of her .
:B= Palatka topped the Baby Tornadoes nadoes rallied back in the fourth 10-point) total after halftime, six on
pi to drop them to 1-12 onr the season. quarter. follow shots.Bradford '....
:l' Details of that 'game' were Stevens said if one key play had with leading scorers ......
unavailable at press time gone the other way his club might Hope Jackson and Tracy Hankersonon
have recorded its first win of 198041 the bench at tipoff still feeling the
BUS Middleburg one night earlier. With the JV Blue effects of the bug. missed its first 13 On the Break
rJ Proud Coach Rick Stevens laughed? Wave lead whittled to four points -, shots and was behind 10-4 after one
afterwards about the way his club Larry Long stole the ball and drove period and 14-14 at the half. But BHS Lady Tornado guard Janet Williams!
tried to protect a slim late-game the length of the court for a layup to worked back patiently and Queenie files past a Live Oak defenderonn
margin. "There we were trying to sit seemingly pull BHS within 2. But Berry hit an open seven-footer to knot
on about a five-point lead and It was Mark Pierce, who was trailing the the score at 20-all( midway through the
like a race to see who could shoot 'play, was whistled for an offensive third period.A .
first," Stephens chuckled before foul before the shot. That erased the 1H.- minute-and-a-half spurt in the that number 14 (who hit a all)('-
\ practice Monday. "I can't get mad at bucket and gave PKY two fouls shots final period turned the game into a high 13 points).
em though because they've never at the other end. Both free throws rout. The score was tied 33-33 before Jackson hit 11 points for BUS
d been in that situation before (trying to were made and as Stevens said: BHS suddenly whisked the outcome which came back from a 21 percent
protect a lead). "instead of a 2-point was 6." away. Hollis hit a free throw, Brown shooting first half ((7 for 34) to hit
_' In the opening minutes it looked as JBHS never got closer. was fed by Jackson for a layup,Janet nearly 40 percent in the second half
If the Bradford JV might be a blowout Center Tom Johnson canned 15 Williams canned a 14-footer, the lef- ((14 of 36)).
;i:,:;i victim again, as Middleburg built up points to lead the Tornado jayvees. thanded Jackson hit a righthanded BHS has off until Monday when it
.::: a 12-5 first quarter spread. But BHS, Long added 11, while Dennis Dunlap layup, and Hollis hit a layup after a hosts Santa Fe for an important gamein
E' went into a tight zone in the second had 8, Mark Pierce 6, and Steve Mar steal by Williams. Faster than you the District 5-AAA seeding race.
quarter and Stevens said that was a shall 4. could say "Live Oak's out of it" the BHS Is 6-3 in the District while the
;::: key to the turnaround. visitors were down' 42-33 with just 3:11: Lady Raiders were 5-4 (8-6( overall) at
;; "We jumped into that zone andY ...- to play. presstime. Bradford won the first;
?. ; waited on them let them turn the ball AI............. 11 5eVa.df.dt. x' "Vaunda and Mae played super," meeting between the two 42-30 in
I 11 IIIndferdi BUS Coach Jimmy Thomas said after Alachua.
over, he noted.
"They were beatingour Ptoro e, OH 7. U o 1. MIMMI. *M* ,"
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man-to-man. dells. 1.rri 1.ON..r.,1w>,.I.PK. -- Suft_ 10 I r II 011ndf..d
The second quarter was a completer back-to-back losses. "Vaunda reallyhit 4 10 II 14 al
: reversal, with BHS blanking the' .v_ r a M HtWfortf + 14 Long Flies Over Three Broncos, the boards and Mae did a tremen- ....,_ T.Mlw, 14,.I.M.
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.,.. Broncos 15-0) to take a 20-12 lead into .,......., D.".... .. MtanlMll 4. Ufj II. _.. JV Tornado Larry Long goes up over three Middleburg players for a jumper in dous job when I put her mantomanwin J.. .." II.H.111."' 11 1 WIIII.rry _4 .rwn..wghtonO 10 Hwilivrvan.f..I..21 3
the locker room. With a halftime lead Otomr(.11.11.a..d.lN I. the picture above. Larry's shooting helped BUS to Its first JV win. 4-IJ.'.

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0m Most Valuable Player over-Jacksonville Friday night mond Perry dropped in 9 apiece
Milton Baker rang up 71 points in with Baker canning 21, Bass 12. and Lawtey cot 25 points from Curds
three games (23.7 average) and the Glen Carter 10.( Elswhere Bunnell White and 22 from Alfred Ross in the
Old Timers of Starke won their own edged Palatka 88-83 and Lake Butler losing effort.
Invitational basketball tournament at eliminated the Hawks of Starke 82-71 Semipro play continues at the HJE
RJE last weekend. despite; a 19-point effort by the Hawks gym this weekend with games Friday .
The Starke club powered through Chris Chandler. Mike Chandler andD. and Saturday night.

three games, ripping Lake Butler Jackson. added 10 for the Starke
m 88-69 in Sunday evening's champion. squad.In
ship tilt while Baker sewed up the Saturday's semifinals the Old
MVP award with a 32-point outburst. Timers got past Bunnell 65-57 and
Frazier Bass added 10 points in the Lake Butler topped Lawtey 8979.
championship while J. Aldridge hit 9 Baker again led the way for the Old California leads the countryin
d I Irt 'It and Terry Williams 8 for the winners. Timers with 18 markers, Williams ad- personal income and
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::: with a home match against Lake City. Greg Clark, Shane Johnson, and Shannon King on the boys Match photos: With Ad --
;C Pictured are team members: front row, left to right. squad.
:t Lady Tornadoes Kelli Carver. Lori Clark. Tina Bowen and Lake City was one of only two teams (GHS was the other) See 9B yr" I
:.> Lori Muse. Back row, left to right BHS boys Jeff Moore. that finished ahead of the Tornadoes last year as BUS page 2TJ.u. .. "

% Phil Miller. Eddie Winkler, John Bennett, Greg Clark. recorded its highest finish ever In the district tournament- ..:c-._,. ... .. ,.
Jason Bennett. Craig Sapp. and Coach Jerry McCriff.Team third in the boys division. But the top player from that BUS
members not pictured are Michelle Sapp Melissa squad. Chub Johnson, is flowing playing for Fla. Jr. Collegeand
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Broncos Betiten 44-26


Not a Bad Week for Tornado BoysAs '+'il.' rYJ'SAN' ', 1 y'sY ra'

basketball weeks go it wasn't a to hoe but the kids never quit."Sexton Howe grabbed 8 rebounds to go with 2 i, i
bad one for Bradford's Tornadoes last repeated. "We stayed with the points. "
week. The BIIS boys plastered Mid- halfcourt press and got it down to nine ,
dleburg Saturday night for their se points. Then we went fullcourt with PKY66 BUS44,; n 1 ,.... 1 < 'f' l'
cond win of the season and then the press to try to make that last run Taller and better shDotarfc, the c
played an impressive last three at 'em and they beat us deep a coupleof third-ranked P.K. Yonge Blue Wave .I'N. .. s ,
quarters in a loss at Palatka Tuesday times. The front four did an had no trouble handling the Tornado p. .
night. outstanding job on the press but our varsity five 66-44 in the BHS gym last
Coach Mike Sexton was even more centers just didn't shut the deep stuff Friday night Jan.. 30, leading all the
impressed with the loss to the Panthers off. They were giving the effort... but way.PKY
than Saturday night's win. BHS we just didn't get the job done." jumped out to a 14-8 first ,
was throttled 24-4 in the first periodbut BHS didn't hit the boards strongly period advantage won the second 'I '' 'ter ''
as Sexton put it: "We just kept totaling only 2U: rebounds with Fisher period 16-6 the third 16-13, and were fir r,, I'}
'battling back and kept battling back. grabbing nine.Palatka's edged 19-17 in the fourth but easily ,
Artis Leonard the held on to win. e a +'
I wish people could have seen it. was e i
The Tornadoes got within nine night's big scorer with 33 tallies.BIIS4lMiddleburg26. The Leath trio.6-8 Randall with 19
points midway through the final points, brother John with 11/. and s ,
period before Palatka burned a cousin Henry with 3 points, plus Al
lullcourt press a couple of times to It was win number two as the taller Fitz who hit 14 points on patented ..
stretch the lead back out to the final Tornadoes salted away Middleburg's jump shots from 20 feet out, gave 5 .
88-72 count first-year Broncos Saturday night in PKY three players in double figures. M 1'
The Tornadoes play secondrankedLive Starke. Eddie Winkler's long arching .3 ,.+ rr
Oak Friday night on the BHS held the upper hand bombs in the second half gave him 14
homecourt at 8 p.m. and visit Clay throughout and had the superior points to lead BHS scorers. Winklerwas ,
High Tuesday night. weapons but still didn't put the (&of 15 from the field. I
Center Eddie Thompkins was out of visitors away until the fourth period. Kerry Fisher hit 4 of 8 from the field
action all last week with his still undiagnosed Then a 13-2 spurt cushioned what wasa and led BHS rebounders with 8. Ben h P
illness but is scheduled to seven point margin after three Tankard hit on 3 of 4 field goal at
see the doctor Friday afternoon. "We periods. tempts and fled rebounds.
miss him," Sexton groaned Tuesday. "We just had a lot more height than
"He's missed six games and he's still them and when we went to the
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our leading rebounder (with 111 halfcourt press they turned the ball eHMedu,.....k. umur.w-
boards in 10 games to Ben Tankard's over some" said BHS Coach Mike ...../0...,....rd eau How..-.-..*l>lwr 4-1-11,
108 in 14 contests). And we miss his Sexton, admitting that Bradford won M.riii90.. W..Mliw H-ll, c..... 4-1-IO, WlnM.r
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enthusiasm. but didn't set the world on fire with its '.......,,...101 31-11.... "
execution. "When we just played
Palatka 88 BUS 12 good position defense and didn't wlaal.wn f t IS I. MIreHordC. __ vtA ___. _
first 24-4 Panther reach around and out of position a: I 10 I le 44IrWhrdl .
The rotten quarter,a get .. J. ,
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blowout, was the result of BHS that's when they turned the ball over Mal....1.C-4,C.rMr-al.Wi......-....W.riilm., Hl.ToMlH -. ... .
turnovers as the Tornadoes got just and we took advantage of it." 10444.mi .
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seven shots off in the first period.But BHS needed the good defense for it
the turnover rate was checkedin shot only 30 percent from the field ((20 tut .,...,.i)7.u.HI. 4 4 11 1 v. 44wcv. Dumping the Ball Inside
the second period and BHS had a. of 67) as a team and just 36 percent r_.... 93HmraOOO,flih..4-.e._.... defenders white Tornado
against Middleburg center
.. _. ,. ..... BUS guard Eddie Winkler right took two with Saturday night.
sizzling -- percent.. from the foul line ((4 of 11). Rebounding 1-ae. W *'ln :t. C. r- W. eau
him before the ball Kevin Howe number %5) is on the other side of the lane
Guard Eddie Winker had his best was also a big factor as BHS WIII4nn.-. I. ' dumping off to Ben Tankard left in

scoring night ever with 23 points, claimed 43 boards, well above its
many on his long set shots and others season's average of 35.6 per game.23 .
off the fastbreak. Emmett Watkins came off the offensive boards with
recorded his own varsity high with IS Ben Tankard snatching 13 missed U.S.D.A. CHOICE U.S.D.A. CHOICEWESTERN
points on jumpers around the key shots nine off the offensive glass.
Kerry Fisher arched in 15 more( and Tankard also led BHS in scoring
Ben Tankard (12)( ) and Isam Carter with 17 ponts. Kerry Fisher added 6 WESTERN
((10)) scored from the inside with all of points,9 rebounds,and 7 assists.Isam ? '
Carter's points coming in the last Carter contributed 8 points and 7 BEEF BEEF
period. boards; Eddie Winkler had points, 3
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above.Roadrunner Club competitors! in Saturday's Sunshine Classic are pictured U.S.D.A. U.S.D.A. CHOICE

They are: front row, left to right: Gene Powell with his 4th place medallion. -
Carrie Coburn with her third place plaque. Linda DeWitt with her age group DELMONICOSTEAK
championship plaque, and Henry Cooper with his 4th place medallion. Top row. CHUCK
left to right: Roadrunner Coach George Loper, Barry Warren Paul McKinney
and Kyle Harrison. 159'STEAK

Roadrunners Met "Sunshine" TestEight laSt

members of the Bradford Roadrunners Club competed in last Saturday's3rd .
Annual Florida Sunshine Classic 10,000 Meter Run and 2-Mile Fun Run in .: :
Gainesville and half of the local contingent came back with awards while all
eight set new personal bests. U.S.D.A. U.S.D.A. CHOICE
BMS eighth grader Linda DeWitt won the 13-and-under girls division plaque for 89 J
the third straight year, knocking her own Club and BMS girls record down to :I
43:04: while finishing fifth among some 200 female entrants and 289th overall. SSi on Me GROUNDCHUCK i 69 I
Carrie Coburn another eighth grader was third in the 13-and-under girls class I
and 625th overall with a 49:39: time to win a plaque. Fourth in the boys 13-and- LB
under race was Gene Powell who was finisher number 509 in 47:33. Henry Roast
Cooper was fifth in the same division with a 47:55: run and both won ribbons and LB. ;:::.

medals.Also Richard Warren was 16th in the boys 14-18 class and 100th overall In 38:38: U.S.D.A.: _*
Paul McKinney was 157th overall in 39:57: and Barry Warren was 462nd in 46:44. U.S.D.A. CHOICE
Kyle Harrison ran a 13:53 PR in the Fun Run.



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Softball Meetings Boys and girls can sign up at the PREMIUM: GRADE COUNTRY STYLESPARE ..
Are This MonthThe Pratt St. Recreation Center from 3-3: ..
Mondays through Fridays or at the '
organizational meetings for the Old Armory from 8:30 a.m. to noon FRYERBREAST : .
four Starke Recreation Departmentadult and 1-5 p.m. each weekday. 89 2 9 .
Softball leagues are set for the The deadlines for registration are ,,.
end of this month. March 18 for the Major and Minor and ,
On Monday, Feb. 23. at the Old Ar March 25 for the Dixie Boys. There RIBS H
mory the Women's Church league will be no charge for registration. La: .
meeting will be held at 7 p.m. and the
Men's Church meeting at 8 p.m. On Rec. DepartmentWants PREMIUM GRADE CENTER CUT .
Wednesday night, Feb. 25 the Open All
League meetings will be held, with
the Women's session at 7 and the POST, CouponsArea FRYERDRUMSTIC PORKCHOPS

Men's at 8. residents the Starke
can help
Any persons planning to have a Recreation Department take advantage 1,89
team in one of the four leagues must of a program offered by Post LB. !
send a representative to the organizational
cereals to get athletic equipment at _
meeting. If you have any problems no dollar cost.
attending please contact the Post will accept trade-ins of PREMIUM GRADE
Rec. Department at 964-6792 before coupons on Post cereals, as well as WESTERN STYLE
the meeting. Log Cabin, Wonder Bread, Awake Fryer ;'c:
Dixie Youth fruit drink, and Orange Plus drink 69 PORKCHOPS i
products towards the purchase of 129

Signups Start for school fitness pro \ Thighs LB.

Registration for Dixie Youth Minor Starke .
Recreation Director Cheryl LB. fi"
and Major league baseball starts
Godwin said she hopes to get a set of .:
Feb 18 in Starke, with' ..
Wednesday ,
bars for .
uneven the local Rec.Depart; .- .'. .:
August Boys 1. registration starting ment's enough gymnastics of the coupons.classes by collecting EASTG A T "fGEN; t Cy. ': Operated J 'By r David & Susan I'" .;
The Minor-Major League age group : Cook
Plans are for coupon boxes to be "f ,'i
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is 8-12 with the age determining date located in the and : ', .
area grocery stores 23rd '
325 NE Aye. e
being August 1. 1981. The Dixie Boys buyers can also help out by dropping ; : Gale sY *flonda .'378-2040
ages are 13-14 (same date for determination coupons for the products listed above ,; c' I
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parents Remain Unsatisfied. '

FSP Inmate's' Hanging was Suicide, Grand Jury Rules r Cli Me! I

After 414 hours of listening to West is Mrs: Duerstock's son. 'by aprevious of psychotrophic drugs due tohis,; right eye was swollen and bruised and. BringMeIn! II'
witnesses Wednesday, Jan. 10, the marriage. suicidal tendency. '1 his chin was bruised.
Bradford County Grand Jury investigating The parent never got to talk to Prison records show following a
the death of Florida State reporters. Deputy Sheriff Paul self-mutilation incident with a razorblade Lohman stated at the press'con. I
Prison inmate eph.J.West decided Stegall came down from the second a week before his death, West ference that an report of the
not to indict anyone and called the floor of the courthouse, where the was moved to Q-wing.: remains of inmate autopsy west showed he I II
death a suicide., Grand Jury meets,and came outsideto "Q-wing is not where you put someone had a four-Inch laceration on his left
West was found by correctional of- tell the Duel-stocks that the Grand for '
close observation
i arm. He bad bruises on his eye, chin,
ficers hanging by a twisted bedsheet Jury would talk to them and escorted Lohman said.Vernon and chest. The autopsy was -; II
from the ban of his isolation cell at 6 them to the Grand Jury chamber. by Dr. Gertrude Warner in performed Ocala,
p.m. last Jan. 10. Bradford, spokesman for according to Lohman. His parents
West was serving a 2year Jimmy Lohman of the Clear- the Department of Corrections, witnessed the body, according to I
sentence for theft and attempted
inghouse on Criminal Justice, .a pointed out West was at FSP becausehe Lohman.
escape from Orange County in 1979 at Tallahassee based prisoner rights was an escape risk. West did try to
the time of his death. group, called West"a victim of an in- escape, according to Lohman,'when "We can't judge whether the grand I I
His death occured Q-wing, ordinarily ,
on ept classification system. he was arrested for auto theft, but jury was fair and for the same reasonwe I
reserved for violent inmates :
never had tried to escape from prison. can't take any satisfaction fromit
and considered. the most. inaccessiblearea "West was a gentleman, never ," Mr. Duerstock said after the I I
of FSP.West's
parents, Gertrude and charged or convicted of a violentcrimeLohman After they talked to the Grand Jury grand jury recessed without indicting
Robert Duerstock of Tampa, believing :" said the Duel-stocks held a vigil in the anyone. I II
that they would not be allowed to hallway outside the grand jury room.
testify before the Grand Jury, Mrs. Uuerstock pointed out her at- The Duerstocks have hired Tampa _
scheduled a news conference in frontof tempts to get a transfer for her son Mrs. Duerstock expressed her attorney John Lowe to look into the I
the Bradford County Courthouse were denied because he needed the doubts about the manner of her son's whole area of a negligence suit
about the same time the Grand Jury psychiatric care available at FSP. death When she identified his body, against the Department of Correc-
was convening. west had been treated with a variety Mrs.Duerstock stated she noticed his tions. I II

Chances Good for Stay on Death Warrant PRICE] 44t I

I with this ad (Regularly ) II

Of Convicted Mmderer Thomas Otis KnightGov. For an 8x1 color portrait III

Bob Graham has signed a Only one person, John Spenkelink. Knight was charged with the killingof ment by his family as a child was so Foran III
death warrant for inmate Thomas has been executed while Graham has FSP corrections officer Richard brutal that he Is mentally ill.
Otis Knight who was sentenced to die been governor. Spenkelink was executed "Jim" Burke of Orange Park, with a "He was sometimes made to sleep additional charge,
in the electric chair for the death of a May 25, 1979.The others have homemade knife last Oct. 12 as Burke under the bed," Carry said "At the I
Miami couple who paid a$30,000 ran- won stays from various courts. was escorting him from his Death age of 9, he saw his father sexually You Can Get
som in a futile attempt to save their Knight's chances, according to the Row cell to a shower. assault his sister."
lives and accused of killing a Correc- Associated Press and United Press Records show corrections officers Knight was described to the Cabinetas I An Exciting I
tions Officer last year at Florida State International, are considered good. had refused to allow Knight visitors resentful, hostile, totally I
Prison. Knight,one of 153 persons on Death because he refused to shave. Knit unremorseful and a coldbloodedkiller Dual-Ima ePortrait
Row in Florida, was notified Thurs- became angry and threatened who destroyed two successful, I I
The death warrant, signed Thurs- day, Jan. 29, by Superintendent it out on the next correctional officerhe innocent, and loving people, according '
Jan. 29, scheduled the executionfor of his to Dade Assistant State
day Clayton "Sonny" Strickland saw, according to Strickland. County
7 am.Wednesday,March 3.Susan execution and shortly after the notifi- Disciplinary: action by prison Attorney Leonard Glick. I Ask photographer I
Cary, an attorney who represents cation was moved to Q-wing near the authorities after Burke's death sparked for details.
Knight,has indicated she will ask the prison's death chamber. four days of violence at the prison Candle Topples
Florida Supreme Court for a stay. Knight, 29, was sentenced to die in that was quelled twice with tear gas. I I
Cary'p motion for a stay was filed the electric chair for the July 17, 1974 Knight is scheduled to go to trial the Causing FireA These Days only
Monday, Feb. 2, with the State killing of Sidney Gans, a Bay Harbor week of March, 16, according Lake Butler minister's home in Feb: Fri' 6; Sat 7; Sun 8
Supreme Court. Islands industrialist, and his wife, records in the Clerk of the Court s of- Gainesville sustained $9,500 damagein I I
Lillian Gans,after abducting them fice at the Bradford County Courthouse a fire sparked by a toppled candleat Dally:
and being paid $50.000 ransom. in Starke for the killing of Of- 3 a.m.Tuesday, Feb. 3.
the death warrant the 13th
was 110AM 8PM Sunday: 12N-5PM I
Knight was found near the murder ficer Burke.
signed by Gov. Graham but the first The Rev.Jacob D.James,pastor of
since last September when the governor scene in a remote area of Dade Coun- Gov. Graham had agreed not to the Church of God in Christ in Lake South walnut Street Starke
moratorium death ty with the ransom money and a car- sign any warrants while the Supreme Butler, stated his 18-year-old son
imposed a on I I
bine. Court considered a suit seeking new .
warrants, pending the outcome of a .Gregory James,lit the candle inside a Err
suit challenging the automatic review Knight, who had been on hearings for 123 inmates accusing the study room at the family's 2717 NW
disciplinary: confinement on the second state's highest\ court of itnproperlvj: ., 64th Avenue home in Gainesville,
I. .... given capital cases by the.Florida. ., -.I I
,,-"';fIr- ".". ,Supreme &urtrseverarwMk;: ago ", floor of Q-wing'oadJiDthing to-., .xcnriddrinJecnet reports-Tdacau ri- '' .''ent-outaide. geb'aomtth1ngTro: Ji" ":';' __ : .
the _
say when he toas informed about ruled it had done nothing improper.
their car and returned to find the '
denying the state's the highest suit filed court in gave behalf a ruling of 123 warrant, according to Strickland. He Cary, when appealing to Gov. room on fire, according to the I First sitting 44*. Additional subjects photographed I
was then moved downstairs to a Graham and the Cabinet last fall to Gainesville Fire Department.The individually 88C each. One special per person.
Death Row inmates at FSP.
special holding cell, a few steps from commute Knight's death sentence to' son attempted to put the fire Backgrounds may occasionally change
Q-wing's first floor death chamber. life in prison said the man's! : treat- out which actually spread the blaze, Remember, children must accompanied by
according to GFD. parent. Satisfaction always or your money
FSP II-i. := (..=::I Gregory is a student at Santa Fe cheerfully refunded. J

Trusty I I Call St. Iffi@lJtK1W fi[ [] Og64-5890[ 1 Community probably College lit the candle in Gainesville."He just for. - -
! Leaves Prison, the novelty of it," Rev. James said.

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I Still at Large SPECIALjh: Lru 'U"-.}

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) A Union Correctional Institution inmate J. Sweetheart Cake 'I U.S. 301 N. FarmersMufutal 964-7871
s I escaped over this past weekend
I and is still at large, according to ill
Department of Corrections officials. ExchangeOffers
Kenny Collins, 28, of Duval Countywas Cookies i
a trusty who worked as a clerk I Decorated & Cupcakes
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reported Saturday afternoon,
Jan 31, according to DOC spokesmanDavid

Skipper Skipper.reported a truck belongingto GEDEXftM water softner salt at LOW LOW
Florida State Prison Superintendent -
Clayton "Sonny" Strickland, -Prices, we bought It by the truck load and we
was stolen from his house near FSP.

The miles truck east of was Camp later Blanding.recovered where three it Feb. 9,10,12COST will pass the savings to you.Improve.

had run out of gas.Skipper stated it is
believed Collins stole the truck.

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grocery store and was struck on the i
careless driving and failure to'Immediately -
Leads to AccidentA Leads To ,MishapA ;right side by 'motorcycle' e on'South: report'an accident after his The',mishap wa "investigated by

'1979 Chevrolet MIlan failed to Starke woman was charged with Walnut Street at US3pl r tit 8:40'p.m. pickup truck struck a light pole on Trooper T.C.1 Pace Who is still trying Starke Mechanic

yield right-of-way and was struck by improper change of lane or course Friday, Jan. 30, .. : US-301 one-tenth ,of,8'' mile north of to'determine'' '' the'" driver'' of the 1971, Slugged, ''Robbed
a 179 Chrysler sedan on US-301 at after her car was involved with Rubanner L. Lee,23, of Starke, was :Sapp Street in ..Starke. at'$;30 ,p.m.: 'Ford-car. .,)' <.
SR-100 at .:5$a.m. Friday, Jan. 30. another in a traffic accident on CR-16, not injured but damage to the 1978 Sunday. Feb. 2M\ ,J' ': I A black male with a ski'mask held
Annie Thomas Browning 64 of 2.6 miles west of Starke at 7:50: a.m. Pontiac sedan she :Wes driving was Richard Eugene' McRee, 18, 'of Cyclist Injured l. ; up the owner of a small garage and fled -
Start*), was not Injured bututdamaggetothe Monday, Feb. 2. estimated at $1,500. Starke was not injured but damage to When ,Machine Palis with''' an undetermined amount of
Chevrolet sedan she was driving Grace K. Stowe, 34, of Starke was Dewey Wilson Fowler, 23, of Starke, the 1977 Ford pickup truck he was I :money at 148 North Church Street in
was estimated at$350. not injured but damage to the 1979 was not, injured but damage to the ,, driving was estimated at $3,000. : A'tarke'mQn t. :.was charged,with Starke at 8:25: am. Thursday,Jan. 29,
Donald Richard Wilson, 41, of Chevrolet sedan she was driving was 1980 Suzuki motorcycle he was drivJng -' The pickup truck ,was northbound failure ,, to.::use due care after' his according to the. Starke Police'
Hampton, was not injured but estimated at $1,500. was estimated at $200. on US-301 when McRee fell asleep and motorcycle turned over on CR16,2.2mile pepartment.
damage to the 1979 Chrysler sedan he Billie Pollard Gassett,50, of Starke, The car was making a right turn into ran into a light pole; according to the *. east,oliBaiford at t::45 a.m., The garage is owned by Mack C.
was driving was estimated at $100. was not injured but damage to the Food and Scat grocery,store when Starke Police Department; Wednesday, Jan 28.i Jones, who repairs cars behind his
The Chevrolet was travelling east 1979 Ford sedan she was driving was the motorcycle started to pass on the Patrolman Wayne K. Mcintire Forrest M; BUnkenship, 22, .of house.,. Jones ,was sitting on a crate
on SR-100 approaching a flashing red estimated at $500. right and struck the car ,$1 the right 'cited McRae for careless driving and Starke suffered a,broken collar bone.) warming himself by a heater when a
light. The Chrysler was travelling Both cars were traveling west on side, according to,the Starke Police failure immediately report an accident Damage to the 1980 Suzuki JMotorcyr. black male walked up to him and ,
north on US-301 approaching a CR-16. The Ford started to pass as the .Department. .. J' cle was estimated at$25, according to, started talking to him:The male worea
flashing yellow light. The Chevrolet Chevrolet slowed to make a left turn. Lt. M..,, Sibley cited Fowler' for the Florida Highway Patrol.. ski-mask. They talked for a short
failed to yield right-of-way and was The Chevrolet pulled into the path of careless driving. Driver Sought' The motorcycle! was westbound on' time, according to the. Starke Police
struck by the Chrysler, according to the Ford and was struck in the left > In :3-Car Crash CR-16, came up behind another vehicle Department. ., '
the Starke Police Department. side by the front of the Ford, according ', applied brakes: lost control and The 'man then walked around
No citations were issued by to the Florida Highway Patrol. CdrRiihs'Lignt; Charges are pending in a three- fell on Its'left side; :according to. the behind Jones and pulled a gun. "ThisIs
Patrolman A.B. Sharp after he con- Trooper W.M. Abrams cited Stowe Collision Results Vehicle accident that occurred :on Florida Highway Patrol.. a stickup, give me your money or
ducted an investigation of the mishap. on the improper change of lane or CR-229 two-tenths: of"a mile west'ofStarke Trooper T.C. Pace cited Blanken- I'll shoot," the robber said according
course charge. A Jacksonville man was chargedwith at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30. ship with fIure,to use due care, to SPD. '
running a red light after his car No damage was reported to a 1971 Jones replied to the robber, "Go
struck another on US-301 at Call Ford sedan in which the'' Florida ahead and shoot." The robber then
Street at 4:19 Sat. 'Jan. 31.: Patrol is to determine Semi JackknifesAt
p.m. Highway trying ; struck ,Jones on the head knocking
I ********* ServicemenKeepin ........... Charles Randall Eichelser 24, ofJacksonville the Identity the driver 'LB Intersection him to the ''ground, according to
/ was not; injured but Lucia Martin Desue, 36, of Starke, .. I police.The., "
damage to the 1978 Chevrolet sedanhe was treated and released' from the An Alachua; Florida man' was robber then took Jones' wallet
was driving was estimated at$600. emergency room at Bradford County charged with failure to use due care out of his pants pocket and left the
Tammy Hall Thomas.20: of Starke Hospital in Starke. Damage was after his tractor-trailer jackknifed on garage with an undertermined
'Lt : sustained minor injuries but damageto estimated at $5,000 to the 1980 Ford SR-121, 32 feet south of Lake Butler at amount of money..The robber left the
the 1972 American Motors sedan sedan she was driving. 5:15: a.m. Wednesday,Jan.,28. gun on the floor, according to the
she was driving was estimated at Elliott Dock Tyson 66, of Starke, James Johnson,Jr. was treated and police.
$1,000. ,was treated in the emergency room at released from the emergency room at Jones suffered lacerations on the
The Chevrolet was northbound on Bradford County Hospital and released Union ', General Hospital in Lake left and right side of his head.
US-301. The American Motors car 'after treatment. Damage to the Butler, Damage to the 1974 GMC The case is under investigation by
was westbound on CR-230. The 1974 Chevrolet pickup truck he was tractor-1972 Frauhauf trailer Johnsonwas Patrolman Eston G. Mosher with
;: Chevrolet disregarded a red traffic ;driving was estimated at $200. driving was estimated at $19,000' assistance by Lt. Glen Moore and
: signal and struck the other car in the The 1971 Ford car and the pickup 'plus $75 damage to the load. Deputy Sheriff Don A. Denton of the
left front, according to the Starke truck were heading east on CR-229. Northbound on SR-121, the tractor-' Bradford County Sheriff's Depart.
Police Department. The 1980)) Ford car was westbound on trailer ran off the roadway onto the ment.

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another ceremony. The plastic drum on his collar contains earplugs, a r
necessity for a cannoneer. (U.S. Army Photo by Lee Swain) r

Local Soldier YS W M Mhl

Assists in 21-Gun

Salute To Pres. a t
ReaganWhen '2t Id. 19' 7 1

Ronald Reagan took the oath
of office in Washington and receivedhis The Old Guard is the oldest active t1 v : : hk
first 21-gun salute as President of infantry unit and the Army's official 10W-M MOTOR OltIb777,5, LBHTH CHLORINE WEBBED ALUMINUM FURNITURE WARM-UP SUITS POPLIN JACKETS MEN'S CORDUROY JEANS

the United States, a soldier from ceremonial unit. This is the regimentthat 1 r 5 93 -.
Starke helped to fire the guns. guards The Tomb of the 8 2,2"A"idi ? CHAIR NO s r
11.97 9.97 8 94\
Saluting president premiers and Unknown Soldier and conducts : / 12893 : ,
prime ministers is a common duty for military funerals at Arlington National DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 0N' bQISC INT EWASS9.a CHAISE mars
Spec.: 4 Rowland Cummings son of Cemetery. The Old Guard Fife q ,iN r' WAS r.tN DISCOUNT PRICE WAS"f2oaZ: WASTO-OZ ? FORMERLY T W'!AA./ltC<
and Drum Corps and the Commanderin Mulll vlscoalty. high da r. 65* granular chlorine Tubular aluminum hams 100% Craalan' Acrylic Rib knit coolar' and ,waist. : Classic. styling\ w/4 or S prtcfats',9walaah '; .
John A. Cummings, Jr., Starke, whois targant, provide* 'out' formula kaeps pool water with colorful' .rainbow' pookala, full zipaqlan' 11I_., ralsad aaam bait 'loop straight. 'tads.. >{x yas>n.
a member of the Salute Gun Pla- Chief's Guard are also part of the landing sarvlca-afU ut Wfil'sanltary and sparkling! wabblng both fold for front, elastic' pull-on walat' datalllng' ......'.S.M.L.XL.collon.. In SOlid., 29-38 ,'
toon. 3rd U. S. Infantry (The Old 3rd Infantry. Umparsturaa, t,- )usrt,; |ii >,Blg75lb' slzal aaay curyinp/ to.aga. Man'. ,

Guard Operating). from just across the The In Old addition Guard to has ceremonial the mission duties of providing Price. cuts that fight inflation! (.120000',1. ,It:.

Potomac River at Fort Myer, Va., the security for Washington if they f'!
Salute Gun Platoon renders military should be called on. For that role, P% .t.

honors to visiting foreign dignitariesand they undergo constant infantry train- .. .. -
heads of state for ceremonies at ing as well as practice sessions for ..
the White House the Pentagon and their ceremonial duties.A .
other locations in the Washingtonarea. 1978 graduate of Bradford High
School Cummings joined the Army in
"The Washington area is really a July of that year, "Because I wantedto
nice place to visit if yen: ever get the see the Washington area" he ex
chance," Cummings said. "There are plained. "When I get out of the Army I
many things to do and see. And plan on attending the University
everyone should be sure and stop by Florida and" study business administration -
Fort !Mver.'" he added 3.97.


Rekindle Fire w $ loDeo pPa.l.Iyw..p, wanithap.r.d I .'
s49 1.00' r ,8.88 8.88 3 97 : lailrxlnp.,OMpockai.MLrL .

One of Starke's civic clubs. The apathy for BUARC in the area, In WAS Evaraady quality, C or Heavy duty 100%vlnyr. Compact all* tits In Eaay/care poly'/foitpn ,blend) .
Civitan Club has agreed to assist the talking to some of the organizers of 1.a etfjt O cell alias for radios ha*, solid', brssa'"coupockat i or purse, usas AMI. neck ilylas, uoo4.) ,SvXL" t ,. i.l ,
Bradford-Union Association for the program the initial support and ate plings. Mp tlaan. I r I
interest has waned ,PHOTO ALBUM.1.474PC t 1't
through the
Retarded Citizens. (BUARC) in its years t0 ae'r'
annual membership fund raising and this association has not prosperedat

drive and will be inviting the public to the."rate of other similar programs ,
become contributing members of
BUARC with the selling of $1000 Larimer feels if he could get the \
memberships during the month of public and businesses to come out and
February.This see the potential his program has and BOYS' VELOURS
the to the
importance adult mentally

membership 1M will be reduced handicapped he serves then some WERE 444Nylon

from the usual 15.00 for this made.In much. needed progress could be riNORAMAM bland, v-naefc; long .
special month's drive. Civitan 1 ai Mtavas. rib waist 8-18
members will be at several locations, addition to the Sunshine Acres eU'fS' CAR 9ETB ALARM CLOCK, TANKTOPS BOY ''
I I. on Feb.21 to ask for the public's much Adult Workshop program. BUARC /aif-f.5' 7 PABOPBMAK4R StmATt fOLRON" OuR
needed also operates a home intervention 8.88 5.97 ,
support.Funds 1pERE. j a 6.9'6 018000NT 5 94
from this and other contributions program working with children on Vl1-, elaa *. 0p 1 OUR 0. COUf PWlC( \ OUR DISCOUNT fflCF Wes. ; /RICE .
developmental skills in their homes Poly/cott6'knll'aatE
needed will projects be used at to Sunshine further several Acres daily This program's aim is to pre paoM stop &rs i 9M'1 ?2/z ,yiss}/ bdaqu.. i .sss& alirmreroclt. CM.. 'E.W.eaw diOsn a tiPi f00;%b _pnf; combs.t Iond .colors ML., .contraat., cotton Waitarn navy tyl./o0 danirn/ %,.
vent the possible permanent effects of way rrragspf-ta. 1.t
and in the funds M
helping get matching "'"
needed to keep the Home Intervention early developmental delays in t' f savings to 42 % Great shoe'savings''!
children from birth to four years of '
( Program going.Stinshlne a Ban. IAJM\ :
age.Presently.. Sunshine Acres are open r I iff A' r n aecnet BOLD4NTM! RSmRMr rn t ,i w' r .y .i
( Acres Work Activity and functioning with a near minimum wAanitaa ., ?/ 4,
Center came into being after a small staff supplies materials and funds. ;
'i + ,
N a IyANTt PERSh AMT tit? / t ]
of Interested banded
group parents They operate from a couple of old ,
Lb sew. qrl1n.e.ntM
v'u w.
together! about five years ago. with trailers and have a workshop with a a y wAa .i7u A 'tr r :r+ Mf. ',' 3a'
I lie'.ft'IIllocal civic organizations' and leaky roof.and old tattered furniture.' T i> SECRET AEROSpL DEODORANT .. "
I ether local programs to open a work Our nursery was damaged by high Is 'Arn. WASTtlf iWONDRA 1.19 a. r if
activity center for adult retarded persons winds last summer and left them with LotioN SKInl OOTIOHINa,19; t't y'ir$0YJ000ERS w EN'S WEDOIE* DECK< eNEAlRS' I ;
needing a place' to learn the only its frame. Yet all can be changedwith ia oa ) ;.
necessary skills to become productive local support and assistance. T 29.88 a..{ .2.,f -.-"2e69 ftSaf..5.84.
citizens. This croup is now called the If any other groups are interested in Pn e *VCK FORMIC .cobtl. rl i iP r a Al.r'' + arfta. 'I
Bradford-Union Association for lending theif support and assistance, 3-way IAanrobea.oparsMon-AC/battaryr IM.P4 R,64 AS 245..3;.4 s / +Nyton with auada, linad Nka rli.3t.rTARKE. pvarlaysoameaddad ., Foam m.P sort MnyuDONS lel d 1 ; Canna'WNA'c a1 tn'n._
Retarded Citizens.. they may contact Mr. Larimer at ,. y toedp4a /, ,. .o f'ffaRr'. ,nwt.17,17'wan.n76.10
The recently appointed Executive 964-7699.: BUARC members will be f, ,(n J'J,,! :(ioN.ll. Nrr 1' .. ,leas".,. r ''KEYST 'WI ai'
Director Robert Larimer stated thatexcept calling on residents of .KeystoneHeights "' v. e (.:r.UJNT$'S. rill... E Hgts.I '
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Butler. Raiford
for a handful) of individuals.and i 'and "' "lI :. auAra'e+eh' VV.-MadllorTSrr >r 1 .
MM UMr*seen to be a lot of Starke/ < .' .


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.. ........ ..."., .. ........ .. ...'. 1Ittcl/tlpn.; .Joi win., ,,. Township 6 Sour ., ha ;..been ,filed ,against .. .. . .. .._. ..... .. ,. .... ._dU,._....... ....__PJ1, ,, WfValentines' 1.t
:LEGALS-- Execution Issued) out Range 22 East. Bradford you and you are required BIIS Student Miller, who can be reached at 372-6289
,'. ,* ,* '*' .'ws\*"*' ') of Circuit Court of Brad-' County, Florida: hat to serve a copy of your 372-1055 (collect). t .. H! your .
., ,' : ,Iii ?.? I 1--,' -s.\ UMM/ ( }anl'CoJrity'FkiridapuP) : been tiled against you written defenses. If any Enlists in Delayed

( NOTICE OF i i''IN THE CIRCUIT coURT I! I','t. suant'1a'a, Final Judgemoot' and you(orZ required'! .to! to It on EUGENE f. Entry:Program "...""'*, '''4 -'l KHHS> Student' feniists:s sIr2 r'i1JA IJDl1
: INTENTIONTO 'FOR BRADFORD" COUN:" 1. '". for1 Ernest' serve ,a copy'of ;yaur.wltten' SHAW ESQUIRE; 733 N.
: REGISTER TV. FLORIDA PROBATE ''Copland: and' against d..n.... If Palmetto Av., Green Clarence F. Cullion of Lawtey, has Delayed .
FICTITIOUS;i DIVISION{ File NO. taro Marks, defendant. arty to It on Richard, E.W.lty Cove Springs, i i Florida, enlisted in the U.S. Navy's Delayed ,. Re f, 1
Entry ProgramJosh
NAME In the amount of Plaintiff's attorney P.O. Box 838. Green entry 'while still in high
81-09-CP.O-3266)( ) program,
In re: ESTATE >OF'CLATIE > 439.098.00 together with ,, whose address Cove Springs, Florida school: and will go on active duty after Robert Smith of Starke, who' i n?!r'l' fii +et

Pursuant to. Section : ,.,._ PRATT ,com ofi collection. 'Is 9S4 Nonh'tompl.Aysnus 32043. on or before 20 he has graduated. graduated from Keystone, Heights 'rrl.. fQ

663.09 Florida Statutes.; Deceased.I > : Have selxed and have Post Office, February 1981, and file Clarence has enlisted for schooling High School, has enlisted in the U.S.Navy's y.. rqt.PUI"h; ,. '
J 'I In ....lon the Box 995, Stark. Florida the original with the ,
notice Is hereby given I NOTICE TO my poi as an Aviation Antisubmarine War Delayed Entry Program. <' Day
,I that the underslgned.i CREDITORSTO following described property 32091, on or before file 16 Clerk before of service this Court either Plain fare Operator (AW). After 'eight Josh has been guaranteed schooling, i '. **-!r. 1! *.')t' (,, :
Steven Goodman, ((337 ALL PERSONS HAVING to-wlt: February 1981, and on U.!1,1..., rI
and r
tiffs'' weeks of basic training at Orlando on the-Job experience as a SteelWorker "" I IJ
Lot 21 Block with the immediately
2 In the original attorney or
,McCollum St.;. Starke, FL, CLAIMS OR tGahoganj Subdivision In Clerk of this Court thereafter; Fla., "Forrest"will attend 2 weeks of 'in the Navy's. famous1"Seabees" I ""Seind' & 1! ..
,,320\11. owner, doing otherwise, default will Aviation Fundamentals, then'Class '
the Northeast" quarter of either before service a
business ; r
FENCE as GOODMAN ESTATE: month.from ; the Southeast quarter ofSoutheast on Plaintiff' attorney be entered against you "A" School for 12 weeks, where he 'After' 8 weeks of Basic Training in ,eggtlfgptu; TIweCOr
CO.. 1937 MeCollum three .
quarter of Sec or ,Immediately' for the relief demanded will experience basic skills required Orlando, Fl., Josh will be transferredto ( 1.,6v0ijjalllGrhow .
St.. the time of first :
Starke. FL thf the for his ( ) After this he will either Gulf Miss. of Port .
32091' Intends publication of this notice lion' 21, Township 6 thereafter; otherwise, .In Complaint. rating Job port, ,
register .old fictitious to' are required ro'Ills South.''Range 22 East a* a default will be Witness my hand 'and attend "Fleet Replacement Hueneme, Calif., for Class' "A"' T }; r.1! !.:! 'J; f.' :
name under the provisions you with the clerk of the Circuit the tame appear of entered against you for seal 1 ,of this Court on Squadron" 'School where he will School, 'where he will experience f. 't" P ." ,.

of aforesaidstatute. Court of Bradford record in Plat' Book 2. the release demanded January 19, 1981 A.D. receive training on Aircraft systems. ''training in Theoretical knowledgeand much;yot, ':
County Florida. Probate Page 41 of the Public In the Complaint. Gilbert{ S. Brown as Seaman Recruit Gullion will have basic skills of the job. After this' !' ( ; ir ji i :.IT- .

Dated this 3rd doy of Division the address of Record of Bradford Witness my hand and Clerk of the Circuit the opportunity to earn an advance he will assigned to either Port fare.11! .1))

.' February A.D. 1981 In which Is P.O. Drawer B., County; Florida. seal of this Court on Coyrt, by: Beulah M. paygrade while in High School by I Hueneme or Gulfport. Typically I H'! ., t ,. : I.

Bradford County,) Starke. Florida 32091 a 1'710 Ford 2 dr. t I.D. January 13, 1981. MooaV, D.puty Clerk. referring three ((3) applicants that these battalions operate on a rotating Put.: it. fnprint*
Florida. 2/9 4tpd 2/26. wrltt.n and verified No. OA35H146272.A Gilbert S. Brown as 1/22 4tchg 2/12. Join the Navy, to his recruiter Construction basis with six months in their \p. \>f ,.MASendyotar /

statement of any claim the properly of the Clerk of the Circuit Electrician 1st Class Ron homeport and eight months overseas love
PUBLIC NOTICEAn ,or demand you may have above named defendant Court, by: Joan A. NOTICE OF -V i -I >. .,1ntellgage 1/ .i' '
ORDINANCE amending against the estate of and that on Monday the ,Bronson Deputy Clerk. INTENTIONTO '

the Comprehensive CLATIE A. PRATT, 9th daof' February 1/13 4tchB 2/3. REGISTER I 'I(

land Use Plan Element d NSad. 1931. at one o'clock on FICTITIOUS ,I '40'.the t<
and Map of the City of Each claim must'be In aid day on the premises IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NAME ,

Starke, Florida In accordance writing and must Indicate of the Bradford County FLORIDA, EIGHTH 7ELEGRAPlibefore
with the local the basis /for the Jail Yard,' I will offer for JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Pursuant to Section I

Government Comprehensive claim the name and address ate' ,and cell to the AND FOR BRADFORD 869.09. Florida Statutes, Feb. 1O.p .
bidder far cash notice I I. hereby given r rI .
Planning Act of/ the creditor or highest COUNTY FLORIDA. <
&anveV *
of 1975, as provided for his agent or attorney:: In hand the ,above CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. that undersigned, / a < Mr

In Chapter 163 of the and the amount claimed. d..crlbed 'property of 81-24. Gilbert G. Nelson I Starlea 32091 &
Florida Statutes and If the claim Is not yet "aid defendant .alfythe WALTER WILLIAMS owner, doing business I METALS ING.0 i,

Chapter 25 Cod. of Or.dlnanc. due, the date wh.n It aforesaid Execution. SONS. INC., A Florida as MAGNUM CONCEPTS. ,

... City of Starke, will become due shall' be ,/s/Dolph E. Reddish Corporation, Rt. 3, Box 184 (Rd. 1005)), J
Florida.. rrot.dH the claim Is Sheriff Bradford County. Plaintiff Starke. FL 32091. Intends Metal /' 1 1i
Culvert For
Pipes Driveways
TO: All Citizens. Taxpayers contingent or unli. Florida. v. to register sold fictitious Drainage i
and other JAMES R. LAYTON. SR. name under the provisions
Interested qui doted. the nature of 1/134tcha2/5.
persons the uncertainty shall) be tS-MMeHIMeiSSSBSSSSSS S SB SSSWlH lie l SSI and MELISSA A. of aforesaid Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows

You and each of you stated. If the claim' / Is NOTICE OFINTENTION LAYTON, husband and statute. :
are hereby and herewith .secured the security wile Dated this 29th day of
given notice In accordance .hall be dscrib.d'TM' TO REGISTER Defendants. January; A.D. 1981 In Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save

with Florida claimant .hall deliver a NOTICEOF Bradford County,
Statutes, and City Ordinances. -, copy of the claim to the ACTIONTO Florida. 1/29 4tpd 2/19. CNIIDrINSE NATIONAL
City of Starke, clerk who shall furnishthe : JAMES R. >ENiUNFJUiN( '
Florida that the City copy to the personal .Pursuant to Section LAYTON SR. and Lake Butler Fla 496.2013 WEEIrta-(
Commission of Storks MELISSA A. LAYTON .. .
representative. 863.09 Florida Statutes' Florida has designated ALL CLAIMS. AND notice I I. hereby giventhat husband and wife
ing and Zoning Commission WILL BE FOREVER BARRED undersigned HAVING INTERESTS.
Donald E. Sr.
Champion Real Estate News
HEREIN *** .
to conduct a publichearing 838 North Temple Ave., -
at a regular Date of the first YOU ARE NOTIFIED
and Donald E. Champion
meeting to be h.ld at publication. of this Notice Jr., 1012 Butler Rd., that an Action for )News for the Homebuycr>

7:30 p.m. In the City of Administration: Stork., Florida 32091, FORECLOSE A MOR
Commission room: City January 29, 1981. co-own.rr, doing TGAGE on the following
Hall. Storks, Florida on /s/Ethel Hayes Pratt. property In BRADFORD
business' C & H'S Faulkner
Tuesday February 24, As Personal Representative COUNTY, FLORIDA: Realty ,
1981 and make a recommendation of the Estate of METALS RECOVERY, 838 TRACT 33: Part of the Joins ERA
North Temple Avenue,
South half of the M
to the City CLATIE A. PRATT.
r Commission and the City Deceased. Starke, FL 32091. Intends Southwest quarter of the ,
Commission will consider ATTORNEY FOR PER- to register said fictitious Northeast quarter of ERA Faulkner Realty 221 W. Lafayette Street, T (
on Tuesday March SONAL REPRESEN name under the provisions Section 33, Township 3 has joined ERA (Electronic Realty Associates "i t '

3, 1981 at the same said TATIVE: Myron ,C.. of aforesaid South, Rang. 22 East, Inc.), a nationwide home marketing service, it was !yJ

place' at 7:00 P.M. an Ordinance Prevatt. Jr., P.O Drawer statute. Bradford County announced today by Susan M Faulkner and Paul H.
Dated this 13th day'a.. Florida, more particularly -', Faulkner
relating to: 798. Keystone Heights, co-owners.
The rezoning of the Florida 32656. Telephone. January A.D. 1981 InStork. described follows: As an ERA Real Estate Agency the Faulkners

following described property (904)( ) 473-4993. ., Florida. 1/13 Commence at the Nor 1 said they will be able to offer such consumer aids as .1 '4
arid amending the 1/39 2tchg 2/3. 4)pd 3/3. th. ., corner of the ERA Real Estate's two home protection plans- the *. .
Comprehensive' Land THE CIRCUIT COURT South half of the w
PUBLIC NOTICE IN Buyer Protection Plan and Sellers Protection Plan
Use Plan to provide that The Bradford County FOR BRADFORD COUN Southwest quarter of the of :- as well as photo-by.wire listings and a nationwide J V i
loner currently zoned FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION quarter
TY relocation
School Board Starke, system.
R1A and designated by Florida, will hold a Public CASE NO. 8111. South Section, Range 35. Township 22 East S', ERA Real Estate, the fastest-growing national +> t"i
the plan Singl.-Fomlly, S.D.A. CORPORATION
be Hearing on ProposalRuts thence run South 89 34' home marketing service, currently has more than
Very 12190.* School Advisory a/k/a 35,000 sales associates in than offices
and 04" West a distance of more 4,000 nationwide
rezoned to RM-1 I COMPANY,
Committees, 1168.01 feet according to the Faulkners.
Home to a point on
designated Mobile District"Ihe! r' 1323. Silent Iroyor.-sr Plaintiff*, the East ,Ime'ofa 33 foot "With,ERA, Real,Estate's: exclusive"consumer
( *
1 JSulfdlylslon property QfjAgwh! flortdoDliSJct : Meditation, otvfebryoryt VI JOE "BRCWH'ESSIE.J; ,'"<_ Cg R $lda.lbt F. ruD-r.J' aids; "' "'"r.JppeepJ-.eU;; .bolllesancI t ,.

I I' ( GBunciFtObf I .,th,,T-I'J:',t-16 Board Room. ..lfJftCchool / : of*-',r' GREEN SHOWN, "'.and Setrlh OS.JI6e."wjiTve7;'''"!' edvlaty .uqu e(.;glpWtng," thtt:?Faulkner* (
1 Assembliesof God Inc.. GENERAL FINANCE 331.62 feet for the point f \ .

P.O. Box 428 Lakeland, the Bradford AdministrativeOffices. CountySchool's CORPORATION, of beginning: thence run "The Buyers Protection Plan" say the _, ,'. -- tTA" _

Fla, described a* 582 N. T.mpl. Defendants. South 04 30' 04" West Faulkners, "protects the homeowner against the

follows, to wit: All of, Storks, Florida. NOTICEOF 332.S4 feet: thence run operational failure of major home components in
Block 30 lying North of Copies of these ACTION North 89 3T 38" East a eluding the central heating electric air conditioning According to the Faulkners. more than 1 million photos have been sent in
State Road No. 16 in Rules 2190 and TO: JOE BROWN and distance of 311,80 foot to interior plumbing and electrical system built. eight years, and there are more than 50,000 active listings on file. '

Peek's Addition to Town 1325 be obtained JESSIE BROWN, 1877 the West lin. of a 60 foot in appliances, water heaters, and softeners and accessible ERA-Faulkner Realty is ready to serve buyers and sellers in the Starke area!
of Starke, Florida In Northwest may 14th Street, San Pablo; road right-of-way; ductwork. with a combined staff experience of over 35 years.
from the Sup.rln'.n.d.nt' *
thence North 01 07'
Quarter of Northwest California 94806. run Sellers Protection Plan coverage begins 15 days
Section Office at 382 ARE HEREBY 34" East along insWostsrly .. ir.
Quarter North Temple Avenue, YOU after the home is listed for sale with an ERA Real
28, Township 6 South NOTIFIED that on Action rl9ht-of-way
Storks, Florida. line of said rood, a Estate Brokert.foP'up to six months or until the
Range 22 East in Bradford This Is in compliance to Foreclose Mortgage distance of 29',53 feet to home is sold.; ThflLjMverage! is identical to the Got any Real Estate Information JJ you think it's newsworthy write It down

County Florida. with Florida Statutes,. on the followingptop.rty a point of a curve; buyer's plan. .T tjfctf and bring by /to us or mall to Bradford County Telegraph. PO. Drawer A.
\(Parcel location being at in Bradford "A moving fong distances has had Starke. FL 32091. .
73-310 always
of Weldon and Chapter as Florida thence run Northwesterly person ;
I corner enacted by the 1974 County : with a curve concav.Southw..t.rlv. to travel back 'tnd forth to find the right home. .
Brownlee Streets). A parcel of land In the
Florida Legislature. There was JoAake the search easier ERA t
sold no way
Each and Ev.ry Person E'/i of the NW'of the _
Thomas L. 'Co..,, Jr., Real Estate's Machine" has all
having f'jtln; Mnteresf .1" SE% mar. particularly curve having a central "Moving changed
vhoteve(;ri&W t >e>'}inaew'ant 1-> Superintendent of described as follows: angle of 53 49' 46". a that.The "Moving Machine" transmits six photos T ;
ofTtfils''proposedORDINANCE( School. I'/. acre lying North radius of 50 feet, an arc at a time of homes and descriptive data to prospective LGl t lrll'1

-should oppectr 1 1/292tchg 2/5 and West of Highway length of 77.93 loot and buyers practically: anywhere in the country. Pant made
was the capital of France by Clovit in A.D. 508. :
chord and
pnd be heard at the .NOTICE I OFSHEIIIFF'S 301 bounded on the a bearing The transmission only takes six minutes from the

ime)'pnd place. prescribe, SALE South by C. Chambers distance of North 27 20 time the request. is.made_to the central bank of I
d. "'. Notice is hereby given on the West by Mack 49" West 45.27 feet; homes on file at ERA Real Estate's headquarters in I

By Albert L. Ciosby that I I. Dolph E. on the North by Mo thence run South 89 34' Overland Park Kansas.;.The buyer could be looking 1
Jr.. Plonningr'h1Zoning' sheriff of Bradford Cabin and on the East 04" West a distance of at these photos a*they come off the machine while teas scEJAogw
Official, City of/"Starke- County, Florida.' under by Highway 301 all brIng 492.15 feet to the pointof sitting in his living room or in our office," the I

:)lorlda. Itehg 2/3. ,* and by virtu. of Writ of in Section 32, beginning. Faulkners said.; X :\:'"'"'"- /:.

,.r ',i' ...--':;- ,z. 'Ralph Bryan Real 'Estate' :

'-- :'of} \,. .1'"'''-"fi' 'c,. ,, 964-5231 (Cor.310 US W.301 Call A Call St. Si.) ra ti I

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964-8788. ANYTIME
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t < lii'R'EAL : 1 :..; .I, ;b, show COUPLI you-this Come 2 bedroom let us 1 MONDAY-FRIDAY9-$ p.m. SA TURDA Yt.f2 ..

; EiSTITE'BUYS .IfV, both ho..... This home with Even/ngi and Sunday by opponfmenfgoipf / ,

\ .:, : ;, : ; ',t '. a newly remodeled kitchen P. flrvon. REALTOR -
Is priced to sell et $23.800.If t
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: ,; j ; you quay-this)) home .MINT CONDITION' Inside and out on almost I acre

+ r J may be purchased with In town-3 BO 2 full baths Black home LR F...... --

J'- S2.SO3 +- down (closing) Rm. Cent. Heat/air Almost new, stave,* .!'. 4. "J,
1 \,) : L---? ;1 !, cost A downpeyment) for a dlihwasher S4J.OOO. ; d

e period of 30 years, at Neat 2 BR Frame, Co,. lot Scr..n.dlrempsrcha S :Lry' ,
'. k 'f II'/ % Int.;.... $22,500.
t -

'\ :. -.... 28. Real! Estate NEAT a AFFORDABLE .GRAHAM RD. 2 BR-Frame on 2 acres with pecanV. '

," FIOIUIW9Phone rv bedroom I bath home en pear "11. 8 citrus trees room for mobile home :'i.! ''J
'j fB I .FHULKNERBERLTY, m Pine St.. Lawtey. Comes $27,000. .., 1 .t tr

RT'' ': MAITORi 964-7828 98e Temple.. with A air ., fl 1

44-7700 9&4-5D&5 plus new cerpet EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Private back'yard'. I

,,' 393 N. Temple Avenue I. J GEORGE ROiERifIrokers throughout. $29.500. Garden area 3 8R, 2 Bath/ Block 110_' Cent. tb
: J i 'a d
heat/air 'CI""' Rm. closed garage Inside vtllMy'' '' *''<
., : s ASSOCIATES PECAN TREES-Shade this Extra starer.ldg.. 39900. ,. '. : 'ItI
.J 221 lafayett St. Across from Wishbone Weekends end
v "; Small 2 .bedroom, frame I ,Aeertmentefer Rent Richard' Roberts > 964-SSt! Evenings'Ann Call Godwin 9e4-MS1 1 acre building site, excellent I d.. .. '1 ,. .. ''!II
; IJf'lfiificdt f. I house, needs. some work.lerge I Office For Rent location, IS,000. I .MODERN BDICK HOME lust Inilde City an I acre .'''t.1.i i1
? Space Patsy Silcox. 9644579'No", ,. ... Nodding:t.....9.4 .
s' 3 BR 2 Bath Fam. ..... .
,', J. "' l.i lot 90 > 210. I. .28 ACJKS -SulM or; use as Petture-Juit oH S.II. John R. Smlth.961.6117 Fir. Place Cent.
? s FIRST. TIM OFFERED Heat/air closed ..
", I fJ.( : '.: : garage B pecan trees'- CsM payltl1'
." .' r.-/: ". I Ideal, for horse lovers i TWOT.HOMCS IN ONE lqulpE.d for elderly. Lake ButlerSUMMER HOMES STARKB3BR bedroom" ,' 2 bath home equity and atsume .'10.. Mfg. 149.900. s o.lldl* 'V* f ..- >s

,'.0' .jrt, 1iPJtRt.It. 'I'\\10 ec. with several barns, ". 1.. Irma..,.... 90'MlOC" .let-Collins PI.Frame .. within walking distance to 'x n s. ., ., \ I .1*
fenced.lot. ef fruit trees, home en 2 lots with warehouse-Walnut St, schools) and tewn. Over SAMPSON LAKE WATERFRONT 4 BR 2 Rath 14'. _t',1.I '
, .' .'"., with concrete black home.Need M COMINGI Be Prepared with s nice secluded- 2BR, IB. Block. Fenced 625 Inewood Dr.3BR .' 1400 square feet with large 60 DW Mobil. Ho..... Cent DIM.WkMr't. ": 'I as ,

I.j'. let en HeJf Moon L.... Smell Mobile, Home, 1MB. Black, nice ..1320 Seerlng St. master bedroom. S37.0OO. stove Ref. Good cond. $27,700. ..flJ.Wi, t.' M

I ,jdscs to park your OROOIVIy Frame ha", .. 31RIe1Nn 8. neat Pratt St. lt .,it K '..1. ,O 'Iri> f ..
24'Vetf iqobHe. .. hem on beautiful one acre .... IANDI1ANOI LANDI, III
I'/i ,
mobile homer. Nice acre .Frame home eve SS.OOO S''n '" : < -
,good'location, 2BR.2B-Park Place' ,
well septic. tank 19 4 W screened perch, kitchen equips$21,000. Terms. ,.' ", OJ+ ,, t". : .m
lot'-with .' 4 BR. 38., I.,... screened, rec. room-Searing St. 't'.)
and light pecan. rent er S acres Improved pasture .3 Acros t Up $3.000 A.i lawtey City, Water'end' 1 I't'' 15.10
OVf HALF ACHE LO' IN CITY with elce bedroom, .'/\ OUT-OF-10WN HOMES $17.500. i
buy wmS" good terms.. sidewalks 12 down r 10 yrs, '/.". tmti',11 I! ( '; < 1 1. Iw
bosh' ....... Meny I"" ., ,' .' .3BR. IB. ',.ft. 21 ecres,,3-car gerage-M.t Starling Rd. 7 acres weeded $15.500. '.,., u. inT ; i

Good terms on !." ec.lot. .4BR IB. frame*large let. Lake Butler.3BR S acres randy land .10 Acros traded road $14,900 forms
'renaloi mobile US*.THAN.$2,000 fM ACM-t.U,ecres south of Starke.OOOO ., 28, Stucco. Fireplace 301 South. 112.000.
150 Lettdf .. ,. ,. .)ergs let, 2 mobile. homos-Sampson lake Rd.Beautiful. 10 acres In Storke S25.OOO .1 Acre mobile Home lot (1,000, '' .. '' '" Y.,
Size h0"'r '. \ BUSINBSS .OPPORTUNITY-Devote 6 Hours per 4 BR.2B. brick op*. IOA-W. ef lewtey.Frame. .', owner terms.I ,\ ,. .i ;,., ,, ., .. .'

yeek for.S1200 per meethjrese profit.KINGSUV S BR, ....lg.outbldg..aps A.-Stem Rd.. I 16 ecres,. sieved read WE'HAVE OTHER LISTINGCAU VloV AU n ( .n.tYOUR ;
Size Mm,, *. Coll far detelts be. IAKI ARIA. ..1%',ecres.with.- well. septic. sni I Pool.. .,. 3BR. 2R. Brick-Court-ry Club eree.lerge 30 acres Melt, Dairy Reed CALL US AT944-B7B8 ANYTtMROAY' : ORNHSHtHASSOCIATtJ .JbdAl,

'- ., electricity._Nice ..... oeks.Preeerty .- ,.spore*. S A.. 3BR. 28 S.R. 100E.ACR1AGI $40.000. .
WhSla You'Walt 4% nstsj."iO Merngsmsnt ServicesAeerelsels 7 acres wHh mobile home 'p-AfTfR)HQMIVLillian .Al-'',.,,'. ..." "t 'a i'
Pearson ,, ,,'' '.
: fi'l r.-.f eases southeast,, .. ,- '-," .. .7 acres 2 trailer hook-ups. CrosBy lake. Shor...- a bam $33.500.: ,> rs74Vkklhwh" ,iI'MOHkeManoger s
fT. 1 1 + -4 1 acre parcels S3.000. Br./50'......" a > > t 0' P, ,9d n'Asiaot........": I
I.IL'LL'4.LT; town no Improvements Suse M. FetjfknerMAiTCM9e4evs4Irene Lake Lot Sampson )site.Mppn.imohlY It'
win finance felrry.Ivenlngsi ....._ Terry A Galnes' -782-318 .1 ('IJ(",, \
Owner 1 I. RIALTOR-ASSOCIATI-M4-I42 $ acres In L.w.y'Ars..
.1f: ? M4-H18 .O'i,. /'Ihr.'f 't'i..1
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(H];[ 1 Lucille Spry-BROKIt SMtSMAM>44e4MSandra I .4 ecres-OW SR233.k : Kay C. Wot.n-.411 i !

!110 W. 'Caf! St. PUese. ceflVernht ., )W, Reddish.. SALISMAN-43M1O3. .>'/\ ecroMeeUe Home lot _. Woodland Acres., Eileen Stanley.-473-3043 Sylvia Reddish. -p vii'W'j: "'h P.,
,:' Odom: BrokerCRI ; '" "Ja p.iMR.ddi. ; .Patsy lewson_1644W7Comer Vernon Reddish ''' 91 1'; "r'r f1
\ h,3AIEtARAt1.13b1303 .' >Beautiful 10 swres-Oentry: Club ss. 1 .
.' Phone 9M-S47B..",', .: !f : :'t, IAarLs.Ptsbsrh.916 if03e 'Nice' lot Country Ct.,\> :, ', ef U.S., 301 'South j Associates ,' ", .' ," n lrUim'r1 .tl" q!
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Obituaries ?" : "'''',.S..Ss..S... ... ........ ..... ..j. .flO!...... t... ........, '. ..'.' i -Custom'a AdCIttIIMl ,Want, Ads havo :'% larg&r cf cujation
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,. ::.:. ; I ,. .1t'fi' J 1 t/Constnactlon'By" I than .aiitiii f* I IOld i'
I'tf"Mrf. ." :. ; : J: tjitMrs.Joyce .',' 'U : any nwspaperv4',..ttt<
Terry Futch..v( Hariris !
Joyce Terry Futch: if < "' Hansford H.. ustbt. Sr f I t ; Jp1' *'
76 of Mrs.. Joyce Terry Futch, age 78, t.: !''Hansford HujheyjAustin: Sr.e3. of r 473-5133. 964-5533 you know" the tlosslfled ods you are ,' Plus w, offer'o' ,weekly r fapmt with local
Mrs. Joyce Terry Futch died in the Alachua General Hospital \ I keystone Starke now 'looking at, have the )largest"IIOt'I 'new*. sport '/>!l.t4dtAcol{( advertising
Blackshear, Ga.,. a former Lawtey ', Lawtey; died, Friday,''January 30, at "l of ;
resident, died Wednesday in Alachua In Gainesville Wednesday evening' the Bradford County Hospital folloWIng .. ; :All Types anynewspaper cover'ngBrodto" ..S, Which provides ; Urilon and the south part of to ,
heart attack. Jan. 28. extended tunlty to shop yvhlle -
General Hospital of illness. '
a .
had' Mrs." Futch was born in Ft. White, I Born and Remodeling from Cloy County? Thai's right; we circulateover up with local pvenPs. < .
Born in Fort White, Mrs. Futch raised in Maxvllle, Mr.
4 1904 and moved to TO A 9.000 weekly Of these "I* hovrf shown' that'Iff, Inner
lived in from 1911 to 1967 Florida. May ,Austin moved to at an Additions papers Surveys, ,
Lawtey Lawtey early ,
to Lawtey in 1911. She attended Fla. He New Home 9,000 approximately' 3,600 ore mailed unusual' for a local l week/) paper to stayIn
when she moved Georgia. She wasa age. was employed as a truck
State University, and later the Univ.of directly to individual household the household for.4 to. T, days. This
retired school teacher, and taught in driver until ill health forced his retire- Division of ,
and school in through subscriptions.
Florida taught advertiser
for ment. Mr. Austin providesour opportunity
Bradford County and in Georgia 41 was a member of .
Florida Florida for 35 years, retiring In 1967. the Affordable Homesof We feel that our classified ads areuper to have their ad work Vor them for a
Futch attended In
State years. Mrs.University and earned amaster's She then moved to Sardis, Ga. and Highland. Baptist Church Florida, inc. buy. There are several ,oo.on.'hat much longer period of time .

later to Brunswick, Ga. where she we make this comment. For exam-.
degree in education from for several retiring in Survivors include: his. wife, Mrs. pie.... To run a classified In the Bradford County -
taught years .
the of Florida. She a Amy Lou Tucker Austin three
University was 1973 after teaching for a total of 41 ; Classified We very well may have a classified ad Telegraph call Sylvia at 64-6305..
member of First Baptist Church, years. Since 1973 she had made her daughters Lou Ann, Edna Jean, and Deadline from a reader In Worthington Spring To run 'a classified' ad In' the Union
Blackshear. Reta Fay Austin all of Lawtey; one County Times call Janice at 496-2261.
home in Blackshear Ga. Her parents Tuesday who ha something someone In Melrole
Survivors include: her daughter; were the late T.J. (Jeff) and Julia E. son, Hansford Hughey: Austin, Jr., of. Noon I I. Interested In. Thu. Buyer, meets Seller To run a classified ad In the Lake Region

Mary Julia Fachtmann, Yokohama Terry. Mrs. Futch was a member of Lawtey; one sister,. Mrs. Nellie and a transaction occurs. Monitor call Linda at 4732210.
Japan; three sons, Benton Futch, First Church Blackshear. Wilkerson Lawtey; two brothers,
the ,
Starke, Terry Futch, Jacksonville Baptist Eugene Austin, Lawtey 'and Lonzo
Survivors include: one daughter,
Beach and Ralph Futch, Black Mountain Austin, Daytona Beach Florida.
Julia Fachtmann of Yokohama,
N.C.; three sisters, Elizabeth"Bessie" Mary three sons, Benton Futch, Graveside funeral services were I I
Japan; Area Ads.
Terry, Lawtey, Lois Starke, Terry Futch, Jacksonville conducted at 2:30: p.m. Sunday, Keystone

Wyrick Tallahassee, and Claudia Beach and Ralph Futch, Black Mountain February 1, with Rev. Lester Austin

Strickland, Gainesville; and 10 grand N.C.; three sisters Mrs. Lois officiating and Rev. James Cowart

children. Tallahassee Miss Elizabeth assisting at Highland Baptist Church
Funeral services for Mrs. Futch Wyrick, Cemetery. Archie Tanner Funeral
and Mrs.
(Bessie) Lawtey
Terry, .
were held at 2:30: p.m. Saturday Jan. and Home of Starke were in charge of ar
31, at Grace Baptist Church, Starke, rangements. FOR SALE
with Rev. Donald Scheetz and Rev. ten grandchildren. TRUCKS SERVICES
Funeral services were held at 2:30: LEGION .
Kenneth Ross conducting the ser p.m. Saturday Jan. 31, in the Grace MALI. SR-21, Sat. 7 p.m., TWO ACRES near SR-100

vices. Burial was in Crosby Lake Baptist Church, Starke, with burial in Lewis N. Smith 1955 THUNDERURDgooccondition. Sunday. 2-5 p.m. Public In. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS: near Keystone Heights.
under the direction of If Interested
Cemetery Closed meeting Monday 8 $300 down $66.64 per
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, the family plot in Crosby Lake Lewis N. Smith, 83, of Starke diedin phone 473-2210 doys. vited. tfnchg 2/9/81 p.m. Open meetings, Friday month. Phone 473-4058 or
Donald Scheetz and
Starke. Cemetery. Rev. the Bradford County Hospital early 177 CORDOBA with bucket 8 p.m. Alanan Monday 473. 367 after 6 p.m,
Rev. Kenneth Ross officiated. The arrangements Sunday morning following a lingering seats, AM/FM radio A/C. FOR RENT 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 tfnchg I/I

were handled by DeWittC. illness. P/S. P/B. door lock. p.m. All meetings In LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE-,

John Wilbur Nettles Jones Funeral Home. Born in Richmond, Va., October 26, SHARPI) $3,000. 473.2508 1 BR FURNISHED lake cot Educational Building Community Keystone Heights owner

John Wilbur Nettles, 65, of Lake City 1897, Mr. Smith moved to' Starke in after noon. Itchg 2/5 tage. $335: per month. Church tfnchg 1/1 financed 10 percent In
1954 from Tampa. He was a retired 197 TOYOTA 4x4. roll bar KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY PRESSURE CLEANING. PAINTING terest. Lots on clear, sand
died Wednesday night, Jan. 28, in
Kenneth E. Blewitt real estate broker; a member of the with KC light. Excellent REALTOR and wallpapering. bottomed lake priced to

the Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City Kenneth E. Blewitt, age 71, of Lake Starke Senior Citizen's Club; and a condition. Low mileage. 473-4961 Phone 473.2471. tfnchg 1 Il sell from S,00. One to
after an extended Geneva, died Saturday morning at member of the Masonic Lodge N85 in $6,500. Phone 473-3318. tfnchg 11WATERFRONT PLUMBING REPAIRSlarryTeogue five acres overlooking lake
Born in Union County, Mr. Nettleswas LAKE
Itchg 2/3 ( available) with
the V.A. in Gainesville. Plumbing. access
Hospital Courtland, Virginia.
a carpenter and a member of the BROOKlVNcompletelyfurnished :
Born in Jamaica, Queens, New Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. 4751513. tfnchg 9/21 nice trees from $3,500
WANTEDCASH efficiency.
Oak Grove Church of Jesus Christ of executive
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY $500 down. $50 a month.
Latter Day Saints. York on August 8, 1909, Mr. Blewitt Bernie Sawyer Smith; one sister, S.. to appreciate. .
Survivors include: two daughters, had lived in Lake Geneva for the last 3 Mrs. Mertie S. Jones of Miami: and FOR GOLD sterling 413.2720.3'chg 1/22-2/5 WORK.-bulld patios, Commercial Investment frontage-
fireplaces additions opportunity.
Mrs. Lucinda Johnson, Seagoville, years, moving there from Daytona one brother, Howard C. Smith of jewelry diamonds coins. 1BR FURNISHED COTTAGEon remodeling homes and SR-21 N. Owner-saleiman

Texas and Miss Melinda Nettles, Beach. He had served as the managerof Tampa.Funeral. Will visit your home Lake Swan. $200 per tile work. Free estimates. 4734375. tfnchg I 1

Worthington; three sons, Julian,Lake McDonald's Trailer Park in Lake services were held at 11:00: anywhere. 376-3233. Mr. month. 473-2241. 4tchg Phone 473-4473 during AKC DOBERMANS-Top

Butler, Wendle, Lake City and Bill Geneva and was a member of the a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3, in the chapel of Rittman. Phone collect 1/22-2/12 day. tfnchg 1/1 quality only. Yo,

Nettles, Keystone Heights; one American Legion in Massapequa DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with Hnchg 1/1 TRAILERS FOR RENT Prices NO MORE RAZORS and vited to visit our ken,....
N.Y. Mr. Blewitt was retired from the Burial WI BUY used furniture, at $140. Furnished
brother Archie Nettles, Largo; eight Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating. appliances start tweeter Try electrolysisit's 475-1228. ..
sisters Cathrine Parrish, Lake City, U.S. Army with 24 years of service. was at a later date in Virginia. and aluminum and'"nf"rnl.hod.. lake ,Inexpensive. Hair WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN
Survivors include: two sons, truck toppers. Phone Geneva Trailer Park removed by tfnchg 1'I

Alderman Myrtice Andrews, Palatka,Orlando Thelma Maude Dicks, Thomas Blewitt, Islip, N.Y. and ......, ..... ...,.,...... ...... 473-4321. tfnchg 10/16 Phone 4732879. tfnchg registered permanently Electrologist a. GAS HEATER: used Martin.

Lulu Beatrice Farless Hawthorne, Robert Blewitt, Calusa, Ca.; one 1/29 Call for free demonstratlon .. Phon.. 4732885.: Jtchg
brother George Blewitt, Daytona ThanksWe 14VV OFFICE In front of l'29-2 5
Imogene Smith, Providence, Ethel Card of HELP Amy's Electrolysis
Dicks Dundee and Miss Jackie Net Beach, Fl.; four sisters, Mrs. Gladys new post office. Phone 490 Lawrence Blvd., COlliE PUPPIES .
Park N.Y. Mrs. WANTED 73.2014.. tchg 1/29.2/19 and trl-colors $125.
Hubner, Ozone Keyitone. 4737033. tfnchg
ties Sausalito Calif. and 11 grand
1/8 Phone 4732584. 2 5
N.Y. Itchg
Ellenor Gazella, Hanacroix ,
wish to take this to
children. opportunity DENTAL' HYGIENIST. Full 2BR. 28A. W/W carpet
Mrs. Parker New <
Funeral service were held Saturday thank the nursing staff, Dr Sarnt and time. Keystone Heights. central H/A, fenced yard.
home lots
two at
N.Y. and Mrs. Esther Garmire, Keystone area evenings on
Jan. 31, at 3 p.m. in the Oak everyone who ministered to our Mom Phone 4734595. 2tchg stove refrigerator' and weekends. 473-3139 Baylor Avenue In High
Grove Church of Jesus Christ of Lat. California; and two grandchildren. during her stay in Bradford County 1/39-3/5 disposal dishwasher. 4tchg 122.212Advertise Ridge Estates. Reduced
Funeral services held at 11:00
were :
ter Day Saints. with Elder Wilford Hospital. Overlooking' Lake
from $15.500 to $11.000 by
Feb. 2 in the DeWitt C.
a.m. Monday, ,
Jordon and Elder Felton Smith con Thank you all. Brooklyn Keystone owner 473-7140 after 5
ducting the services. Burial followed Jones Chapel with Rev. Buddy C. The Family qf Nora McCullough SHRINE Height 473-3083. Itchg In the p.m. Itchg 5
Friedlin officiating. Burial followedin 2/5 Classified Section
in the Church Cemetery with Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Keystone Heights Cemetery under Itpd 2/5. GIANT 1BR FURNISHED MOBILE r

of the direction of DeWitt C. Jones .. ...,.......... ,.... .. ..... .... HOME on Lake Geneva.1'
charge arrangements. Funeral Home Keystone Heights. A/C. C/H $150 month plus STEVE BROADWAYTREE HuntleyRedfearn's

IIRS Extends Date RUMMAGE utilities and deposit. No

dealing in transport of perishable Phone 4734149. SERVICE
Bostick NamedTo goods.In For Energy Assistance SALE pet Itchg* 2/5 SJRV1CESlisk.73.434G i

Commission addition to membership in Applications $
,* ftamovol .. -
"" u i'.i 1,1 (
TALLAHASSEE-Trucking executive numerous professional organizations, LoMf-Income Florida Fri. & Sat, PERSONAL e ty ttlbePH ...,... Yp\i9' L.Ji :iu'l .iCbV
.. Bostick is,first vice-president of the ., b44lne / ; : ,.... "r4?'.,..,
William G. "Bill'Bostick, Jr.' t Florida Trucking Association on the contlnuefapplyjng for the j| -, t:: )I 6th "& t7th SERVICES Trimming. 'm letns* '
has been appointed to the Game and executive board of the Gulf Ridge Energy 1 Assistance-PrograM which I 'a, I 473,4252

Fresh Water Fish Commission by Council of Boy Scouts of America and began January 2, 1981. The programhas old Dollar Saver CARPENTER WORKiRemodeling Free Estimates Repairs' Of Major
Governor Bob Graham. been extended to
February 13, work kitchen
an active member of the Bull Gator Electric Appliances
Bostick, 33, will serve a fiveyearterm. 1981. cabinets and trim 473-4732
Club of the University of Florida. Store
Bradford &
He Residents in Bradford andUnion Reasonable Serving Cloy
Dr. Donald
replaces Rhodes carpenter. After 5
Married and the father of three, the p.m. Counties.
of West Eau Gallie whose term on the executive still finds time to enjoy the Counties may apply with the Depart Lawrence Blvd prices. Call Ed Dempsey at
board expired in January.A ment of Health and Rehabilitative 473-2477. tfnchg lit Keystone Heights I.awre"cBlvd Keyitone
great outdoors. He is an avid quail I Keystone Heights
native of Bar tow, Bostick is vice- Services, 727 S. Walnut St. Suite C. '
hunter and for the six has '
president of Commercial Carrier Corporation past years Starke, Fla. Or in Union County, 705
hunted Lake
at Eagle ,
of Auburndale goose S.W. 6th St. Lake Butler Fla.Volunteers. ., .
an intrastate ,
His fishing excursions took him to
carrier company specializing in con Australia last year in pursuit of black .. I e Starke Ads I
struction material and dry goods 1 ..
transport. He is also affiliated with marlin.The newest Commissioner will ....0',. .. .... .. ,.. ,

,. Clay Hyder Trucking Lines Inc., an .Are. :J't.. .'
receive the oath of office when the
I r' .
.I interstate refrigerated truck line "
board meets March 6 in Tallahassee. Needed.Locally! ..

S___ ., ,,,,, .,.. There Is a"need% for volunteers to .,.... :
,' '. / < >- <
.r. -<< ""'.'j'j. >> -" < 1980 CW"-Tjij" \ $tJA
help the'aretebf: the hospital, com WHIRLPOOL WASHER, $133: LIMEROCKt 20 yd. semi _

munity" affairs: the Tom Sawyer dryer, $100; 14 cubic foot loads only. ALLEN E. Sensor Touch has several. 1tT.7, FIAT VfaSUiiendordtransmission.

Archie Tanner I House,*izl-homercarfor(( the elderly! refrigerator $120: upright TAYLOR lowtey. Phone power settings defrost cycle *. '
meat probe,, I largesite. ;
and/or hdndicapped'in Starke. freezer $129. Beasley 782-3172. 12/4 tfchg. resled contde't! CemMjhltyl -

If you are interested come out to a Bargain. 473-492)) Itchg. WINDOWS. WAREHOUSE Full factory warranty, \ State jirke
Funeral HomeArchie left in lay-away party left
2/5 ,
i meeting that will be held Friday,Feb. LADDERS S gal. cans 94473O)1( 1 n
ing 13.'at 9:30 a.m.:in the RJE School. SIMMONS MATTRESS and asphalt roof coatng-$7.00! ; area Assume payments of J974.'NOVA.CjaU dWr.I"Ql:
serv For box springs, $90, bed $20 per month. White Sew* (
M. Tanner more information- please call. frames from $10 cases of 6 one-gallon cans Ing and Appliance C.t.",,. 'C yi'd&'r'dro3i! : a I'c"an.m1..on.
--. 9648349. ;i ;, p ; queen for $8. 964-6679. Bargain OooJT
FaittS headboard. bed 3527 S.W. Archer Road Archer
All '. : ; Center. 12/11 tfn. Square Plato-', ',on'p.\'a.i'S900.00\ !!! 403Starke.
/Jj $25. Beasley Bargains. TRUCK TOPPERS, $19. IN- Gainesville. phone I 14.WA'i'U tr.. .
473-4321. Itchg 2/5 Has full vision .
!<" : L t-JP ( STALLEDI 3764466. 2/5 Itchg. tr.fltD
) CHESTS FOR $25; child's
door and opening side window 1,64' .JtfW".327
25" COLOR TV RCA walnutcon.ol.
; desk. $30.: couch, $29: .. One year warranty Chevy Turbo 400.
: eng.
,; FILL RI:6)Complete model under war.
dinette, $49; dresser, $39; .
; HANK BRUNINQ '\ .1., ,'. coffee table. $39: Beasley Bargains ranty. Pay off balance due' -tractonBM.slyfi.kit\ ( |
11 headers
473-4521. tfnchg I etc. Col 9641553
$188.00 cash or Ollumopoym.nt.
473-4731" bookcase, $8. Beasley
R.OAD CYPRESS FOR SAUl $19.00 or,,TO*}-p3 5>f(Jtfuf790Hc}
after 6 J! '. i Bargain. 473-4921. Itchg cord,' p.r
Firewood $3
pm / 25.
you ,' "
month. Also 1980 models I 't" < "
.. ... 2/5 ]'t
; "1 f' INTERNATIONAL CUB TRACTOR load. Custom cutting. $23.00 per month trade-In 1977 FORD E-iio VAN WB.
Lumber. Phone '468-2624. AT. PS, A C: PB. Cruise:
: with belly newer.Good accepted. White Sewingand
Modern Facilities : r mi. South of Storks on Eastside AM FM' track: 29.000 ,
Classified Ads Work For You.... condition. $1500. Appliance Center,
'of 301 from
Hwy 301 S. 964-5757 .i Call 468-1603. Hampton. across 3527 S.W. Archer Road. Archer Asking S39 9.oo.
Shady Oak Trailer Park. Must sell. Make an offer.
ltpd' 2/5. Square
1/29 tin. Call 964.8092 or 964-5952.
ZIEGLER OIL HEATER like Gainesville phone
] .UIO SUZUKI TS 125: Just ask for David. 2 5 tfn.
3764466 2 5 Itchq.
new; with blower. Brown
,. like new. $800. Call Sara. UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY 73 CHEVY BELAIR Station

I Union County Ads drum cast baked tubing enamel.and IS Also gal. 964-6541. 1'292tpd3. $. Singer' finest, ,Fvtura' Wagon: AM radio; AC and'

I oil Included. Call T.H. Bement 175 VIP BASSBOATt 16 ft., automatic ilgzog sewing heater; PB PS II I ml. to'. .

9646439. 1221 Bradford ., 85 hp. Johnson pow.r TIT; machine. Does it all gallon. $400 or best offer.:,:
Drive-on trailer, low hours Call Ted '
St.. Starke. without attachments. buttonholes Oglesby.. ;
WHITE FILLY Green broke.Three ,on motor. Asking darns, 964-5240. Itchg 2 5.: -
FOR YOUR PERSONAL FOR n- u -. old. $3949.00. Must ..11- Make monograms,, stretch .stitches l 1.76 FORD PICKUP TRUCK
years offer. Call ,9648093 or blind hems., .etc. Standard transmission. 6
SERVICES CLASSIFIED AD Quarterhorse bloodline.
964-3932 ask. .for David. Originally sold for ov.r cyl. Good condition: now'tir.
FIREWOOD FOR $ 2/3. tfn.WHEELCHAIRs. $500. Pay off balance due ... $2200.: : Call 9648050.'days .
Residential CUSTOM MADEDRAPIRIESiFree NOON or will trade for westernsaddle.
pick-up truck S5O.OO. FIRM. of' 146.80' or ollum.paym.n' or 964-6771!!. nights.
Call 9645078.
2/3 *
Acreage Thursday before FOR THE' FISHERMAN:
$40 a pick-up : of $13.80 2 5 2tpd! 2 12.
Commercial ..tlmot... local pine. Tree. 2tpd 2/12. Phoenix Boron-Graphite month. White Sewing and I If71 PINTO 2000cc. engine

Call: distributors for. completely work. Call charge $2 SO. 197 CAMPER TRAILER spinning rod. Super heavy Appliance Center. 3527 and (transmission.' '65.

Venera BrownRealtorAssociate wathable nationally 494-3731 ontl. I (Covers 15 Words). Sleeps 5. Compact refrig. action. excellent conditIon S.W. Archer Rood.jArcher FALCON motor and other

advertised. God..".. 1/15. 1 ( Each word ever ISIs AC or DC. Go. stave and $60. LEW'S' 100% Square Plata, Gainesville, parts.Coll 964-5514. after S ,.

496-3022 Draperies. SAW Enterprises 1971 HONDA I ; 10 cents heater, $600.00. Call Ted.Oglesby graphite spinning rod. stiff phone 376"466..2.5 Itchg ''.. 'pm. IIpd 2... .
Ed or lomaStephens. I action, $40. Call 964.""' '
I MOTORCYCLE responsible for' errors 964-9240. Itchg NEW AIIn.NIW"USID: 74iOATSUN I WAGON 'lOtpow.r
Tiffin and Owens Inc. 496-3253. .
equipped new given over the phone TWO WALKER HOUNDS Call Itchg 2/5. Furniture .* Appliances.Plumb :' brakes. AM FM

Realtors EARN 9'1/eOTFN.YOUR HIGH SCHOOL cellent I coPI./ is not typed 'alter S p.m. 964-6913 or FOR PARTS Two VW vans. fixtures 1 and pipe. .radio. Asking $1400. Call,

Riverfront & River ecceis DIPLOMA: GED Exam ad. Also 1974 brought to the office.anirau. 964-7022. 8' S p.m. Call after 6 p.m. 964.8569. BARGAIN CENTER;, Us. 301 964-7188 after 4 p.m.- Itchg

I.".. ministered F.b. 9th. slant-6 good : 2/$ 2lchg' 2/12. 2,32tchq2/12. South_ 64-679.5. .-25.
$1,600. Ray 1961 CHEVROLET IMPALAi
Meat HomeSite Processing lot.' Plant and 12th. Union County 496-3377 or1 -.-.P'kLu3' _-.JIT.-ir.r, _- r" ,. .' > Good condition. $450.00
Adult School. Cost $14.90. .'
1/29. Call 9648338.
Itpd 2 5.
Hog Farm Phon.496-3551 td r gst.r. 1949 CHEVROLET : "2 FORD PICKUPS'lI"n.leoo' .

Different 4 acre let sited In town Acreage: tchg 2.5. C-10i Body CopiesSize: .Build. that Double Garage: .... Now *'. .' "S40O-.00. '1911

cellent ,;,1. MUSTANG $600. Call
& 3% \
Mobil. home acres
INSURANCEMAINES automatic ', 26' x 22'3'0 CicJcjr, >,'964.U01ofter4pm..Itchg: :
In town excellent tires, P"c ... 4( 3eV ) '2.5. .. .. .?. ..
26 , hemeslte INSURANCI AGEN. base-wide bad 15c lettet: IItTIItxIxrxx 2-Wlndowa t10'x7'3DAYv ( ", '

and farmland. CY: I I4O S. lake Av.. Lake Phone 431-1114 rJ'.1. LAP-.,, .

Hn ,Butler 496-3978. CompleteInsurance .. p.m. TFN 25. -- '492' 5 FOR SALE"'. 0
Service.. TFNFOR SPRING I : : r i : 1 w -
i Sear plug In f. 20c"tegal: 6i
FORRENT 1 $29 block : V : S CONSTRUCTION lOli/< $' iW facing I Sit I : :

SALE helmet $20. 2 Size ; ,MMHy" I: '_ : Weainer Permitting Cl4ansdqnd' tfadyg f fir, h.J 4

MOBILE HOMI SPACE to $10 each roof : YOilWlit: .s.-., Ii L 1.j ;!: i:; ) building oiYAroxi6ately3 :tf
rent. I 2 acre. quiet' country $3. Schwinn ? AFFORDABLEHONES $ mile East of .Sterke. tr

Hwy. 18 BrooherRoad. GIFTSSee I Union mens bike .. G; :fi.UaIl( : -, .. Call 9646960.. 1/22 3tcha .
living. '
$50 per month. .County'' Time open Monday $23. Phon. .31.11 1 : -, : i I a/s. -' < .'

I"cha2' 6 and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. p.m. for more S'Aj i ACRES partly' wooded.
Phone 496-2308. } lltt
lta: 5 .p Thursdayand.mi. 'Wednesday'closed. Friday .- TFN 2/5. ; [[u. Lii U I 1[ Call OuOiictAnyt1meI;l 1' Lowtey/Starke'' <
110.. W. I1)St. : pdvedLood.h.CoII903898068.fooppaint; ; t.
d.m. till See ,
:30 )
noon. k : Starke .964-6533' *
\ ..'. ,
lsr. .our selecte I 'I.gilt'price Items.table' of _1-dkf'! . .... .... .. Keystone. '?-leihts.473.3133 .m4j'fn jM.f1MtIfO't1 jI.4Jm- .

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apartments, pool, TV AC, It FT. GLAST ION BOAT 223 IRISH SETTER IN
MOIIll HOMES Why paymore RN or LPNi Need extra utilities Included. Totally hp, V-hull. Vinyl top and LAWTEY FL. Call George BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 9
? Buy direct from the money? part tlm. for furnished. Weekly monthly many deluxe occesiorles. Shuford 782-3623. Reward sharpening service, circular years experience In all crWilkjC fir
factory and save. Large Starke nurse not working rates. TEMPLE MOTEL Just like newl I Call offered. Itpd 2/3. hand, carbide, phases Including taxes and (!
selection of 12' 14' and full time. Schedule your 880 N. Temple Ave., Gainesville 3763619. TFN. chain mower blade hollow government forms. ,
double wldes. Purchase a own hours. P.rform health Stark. Phone 9&4-7S37.: MISCELLANEOUSBAKER ground and balanced, 473-7073 'after S P.M. 7/3 REALTYPHONE
mobile ham In the month. evaluations for Life Insurance 9/20 TFchfl. BASS BOAT leave at Jackson Building tfchg z7 '
of January and we will applicants, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE Excellent Condition. 3 yrs. L.P.GAS. INC.t FamU Supply In Starke, Keystone WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the
help In your monthly coil ((904)396) -5880. 1/29' 2tchg HOME PARK mobile homes old. IS1 CelllnsCreft 35 hp ly owned and operated.We Heights or Lake Butler spot. Williams Jewelry lCru-1 964-7776
to $30.00 2/!. and for rent.Phone TFchg 100 E. Call St. 9647064.
by paying you per spaces Evlnrude w/electrle Hart, strive to give better TERWILILGAR
MANAGER TRAINEE, for: 4682912. ALCOHOLICS ANONY- 10/16 tfnchg. 205 N. Temple, Starke I
month for 12 consecutive TFchg;;, trailer,, trolling motor, prices and service. Phone .. _
local ,.restaurant. I '
monthi. Hurry and conn S.nd HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping 259.6812; Lowtey 782.3349; MOOS CASH FOR GOLD sterling, .r r
by for more details. COM resume to E. McCombs, room TV and Air depth recorder. $3993.. Middleburg 2824097. If Phone 964-3148 or 964-7619. coins. A-Z Pawn Shop 144 Remember-to fill/ our buyers' needs-we must have
MUNITY MOBILE HOME 250 W. Duval St., Lok. Ci Underwood. Motel 3 miles Must')Ie .,sell. Phone 782.3660.WANTED you use> gas give us a call! TFchg W.Call St Phone 9648348. listing. The way we put It all ta.eth.r-II what sets us
ty, Fla. 32053. Itchg 2/3. North of Stark. REMODELING BUILDING 11/13 tfnchg.
SALES US 301 North. on Hwy 2/3 4tpd 226.YARD. opart. ON THE HOME FRONT
Open CARPENTER General framing REPAIRS New kitchens, CHAIN LINK FENCE Install
301. 10/9 tnchg condition S.OO ft. 4restrooms
In sq.
CB bldg good opprax
9 to dink. I to 6 large
.m. Phono on and trim work., Must FURNISHED DUPLIXi Threerooms SALEFRI. baths, family rooms. Brick ed. Free estimates. Han. one acre of land edfacent( to railroad. Farmer
Sunday. have tools.MAINTENANCE and bath. Some block concrete. Fireplace'specialists. dyMan Fence Co. 9648559. and formerly a social club.
ly a manufacturing company
i/a TFN. MECHANIC Mechanical utilities furnished. Private Griffis Con TFpd. 681.TYPEWIITEI'.
24 x M COMPLETE SHELL background and some experience yard and entrance. No GOOD PRICES PAID for used .ft SATs Feb. 6 ft 7.9 a.m. struction. Phone 473-2108 REPAIR Call Many uses possible for*this*.**property.*****
HOMEI S4.000.00 or best In hydraulics re children or pets. Ph. mobile homes if mortgageIs til ??T': Tools' children or 473-2378. TFchg the Office Shop. 110 W. Pretty 1.635 acres-hl B. dry with pecan trees, fenced with
offer. To bo moved. Coll quired.! SPRAY PAINTERS 9645464. 1/15 tin. 3/4 paid or more OLIN'S clothes, records and topes. SEWING MACHINES Call St., Starke. for details, frame home on paved read 11100.
onytlme. 964-8498. MUST Minimum 3 yrs metal FOR LEASE Restaurant with MOBILE HOME SALES, Lots of misc. Items. 517 N. REPAIRED All makes 964-3764. Hrt. ..........
SELL. 2/5 Itchg. spray painting required. small bar for lease. Under 964-3606. Open 7 days Orange St. Stark. Itpd cleaned, oiled and ad- DIVORCE $5000 Do it 47 acres of great p..tur.lanel. Rd. U pine timber mature
1 |/S DITCHED ACHE WITH' Familiar with conventional wood Motel Hwy 301 weekly TFchg 2/3. lusted. $13. Work yourself. Call Lake City pecan trees and e !liveable, large, frame twe-stary home
MOBILE HOMEi'1! mobllo and airless spray. Aircraft North. 9647184. tfnchg WANTED Mobile home axles ONGOING YARD SALES guaranteed James 752.1005. 1/13 4tchg 2/5. greet for farming or could be developed. Pesslblllty of
pr.f.rr.d. Immediate and tlr... Will pick up.OLIN'S Strickland BUYING SILVER COINS ord
1/22. corner MorganRd.
homo, 12 X 60; furnished; 2sheds Seven days a week. 9 a.m. getting owner financing.
: largo garden. openings, long t.rm ONE BEDROOM APART. MOBILE HOME 6 250 Bay St., and Hwy 16. TFchg Sterling. Paying top *.*.*.*.**
backlog, excellent MINTS Furnished SALES 964-3606. Open 7 p.m.' BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK market price. Betty's
$18,500 $7,000 down benefits. days a week. TFchg Starke. Itpd 2/3. SERVICE Books, Pinewood' Drlve-CB home with carport. Being cleaned up
Apply' Mondaythru carpeted, heat air condi ) Pump-outs. Keystone Hgts.
10% on balanc Call Thursday, 1 3 p.m., tioned. Private paved CASH FOR COINli Gold, YARD SALES FRI. ft SAT., Residential commercialand 4734378. 1/22 4tpd 2/12. ft fixed up.Immaculate. *.***...**
94.8473.1/29 2tpd 2/5. silver, dental Feb. 6 ft 7. 301 North to .
or by oppolntm.nt. AERO parking security doors sterling industrial. Fully licens CARPENTRY AND PAINTING
MOIILI HOMES 3 bedrooms.W GF 29th Avenue, 6th house on 1200 plus sq. It. 2 BR 1 B block home Wear-
Corporation Lak.City Air and tights. No children orpet. gold scrap |ewelry optical ed. Phone 964 8121. TFchg ) Repairs, remodeling
bath. 2500. Call JOG port, lake City Florida. An .. Call 964-8265 or app frames etc. J.R. Bull- right., 8 a.m. til??? MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory greenhouses. Will pert on 200 ft x 200 ft lot. LR and BRs corp.t.... LR drapes
Forsyth, 964-6767. Itchg Equal Opportunity ly 830 N.. Temple Ave.. ington 964-6250 TFchg. Refrigerator automatic trained mechanics work by contract or hour. stay. Cozy kitchen ft dining room area w/slldlng door
2/5. Employer, M/F Handicap. Apt. 3 alter 5:30: p.m. 1/29 WANTED Used tools, both washer, dishes, toys, US-301 South 964-6030. Call 964-8813. 1/29 4tpd loading to patla.House .
lilt MOBILE HOMISi ped. Itchg 2/5. 2tchg 23.HAMPTON. mechanic and carpenters. clothes, books, many 5/29 TFchg S. 2/19. afff ff Naa ,
3BR 2B
Beautiful! Brick home. 3 lets In city enormous
Payment starting at IN'.. Full tlm. working AREAS Newly Phone 964.8331 or miscellaneous Items. .
real 1
$137.00 per month. John supervisor. Starke area. redecorated 1 and 2 4681551. 9/11 tnchfl 964.8640. Itpd :25.DOZER ADVERTISE NOW!!! screened porch.Many......extras... must
Brown Mobil. Home Call 9646542. 2/5 2tchg bedroom apartments. With WANTED Mobile Horn Ax.
C.nt.r, 473-3773. Itchg 2/12. garden plot. $110 $125 les. Paying the best price 100'on Indian Beach Lake Santa F.home, guest cottage.
2/3. CLERK TYPIST It CETA All monthly. Prefer refined for good condition axles workshop dock, boothowses. This prettiest part of the|
MOIILE HOMEl 12 x 70. Ilk. applicants must be: 1. people nonsmokers, nondrinkers 9648331. 9/11 tnchg CARDIN BROS.Steve .. Owner will consider financing.
n.w. Furnished on Vi acre Bradford Co. residents; 2. references. HOUSEMATE Mole, chare Cardln-Owner / .. ..
lot with pin. Ire... Two Unemployed 15 out of last Yearly lease. Call house; will hove own 964-6750 Our finest commercial property(across from Holiday Inn).IZOO1
20 weeks: 3. Be 3778292. 1/29 3tchg 2/12. room, cable 'TV
could finance
larg. bedroomi. Call on 301 with 1.41 acres. Owner
44.1323.2/5 2/12. economically dlsadvantag- 2-BR DUPLEX Carpeting washer/dryer $125 mo. NC SEPTIC TANKS ..........
MOBILE HOMEl Thr. ed. Contact: Fla. Stat. stove and rsfrlg.J73 per NON-DRINKER. Keyitone. WORK LARGE ft SMALL .SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED We have eight, ((1)) new homes available for.Immediate at
bedroom, 12 60, furnish Employment Service, 209 month. No pets or 473. 669. 1/84tchg 1/29. .FILL DIRT DRAINFIELDS RELAID cupancy. Prices from $12.900 to $45,000. II you qualify
W. Call St.. Stark. FL children. 200 Orange St. aUMEROCK.ROADS for these fine homes are available.
ed on on. acre. AC; CH 32091,964-8092.1 tchg 2/5. Call 964-8082. Itchg 2/5. ClassifiedAds PONDS DUG financing ..........
and Many extras. Call TREATMENT PLANT FURNISHED APARTMENTS BUILT.CULVERTS .SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES II Developers Dream 40 beautiful acres near Hampton.
7823928. Lawtey. 2/5 OPERATOR Immediate Three nice clean large I SET ft COVERED FILL DIRT Large oaks ft pines. Paved reads on North and South
4tchg 2/26. opening lor a' Class "C" rooms and bath. No borders with graded road on West border. If you have

Treatment Plant Operatorto children or .pets. Call Get Results '\ Inv e!It In the Best . It Saves More JHBMiBMBlBMWMMMeKae built any you will agree that at $1900.00 p.
HELP assist In the 964.8071. He" 2/5. acre this Is a good buy. Owner financing.
maintenance of water and II MBDMMeKaMBBeseBeBeBeW ..........
WANTED waste water treatment Came Inspect the Bradford Villas Townhouse en B.s-
plants, located at a State sent Rd. Furnished model shown by appointment only.
NURSING HOME needs full. Hospital Facility near Mac. Seven Homes for 1981 I Prices start at 533.600.

time LPN or RN nun. for Benny midway between PREFERRED PROPERTIES
4.12 shift. Call 964-6220.
Jacksonville and Lake
City. *7 1-acre lots, Brownlee Rd. $4,000/A. 20% dawn/1%
10/9 tnchg Generous State Career
*606 W. Adklnl-Hou. ft SO1 100' lot $12,500.
GOOD PAY working from Service benefits Include
OPEN HOUSE I 404 N. Turn Owner fin.
Cherry large nicely apts.
home, processing mall for paid holidays, vocation
*3BR IB Edwards Rd. Has .9.900.
,No. everything
uI experienc* .re sick leave and retirement. '
Part of. full time.Start Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B. panel carpet 30000.
quired.Immediately.! For in ental and Health J.rfertmuirdnceprograms Disability, ;, .r iv lZw: i ,,Thursday .thru Sunday .. 1' ',;. *607 Milton Terrace-nearly ...w.many .xtro..13',000.'
fonation'and Application, available. Con +.14 Ac. Brownlee Rd. Col. home bam, stream $44.500.
lend stamped, self- tact Ronald Willemsen *'Home & 3 acres In Looker $51,400

addressed .nv.lop. to; Utilities qnd Maintenance .. "' -- -.. .... .. .. -- --. -- 125 yr. old home(2940( sq. ft.). Hampton. 6 3 Ac-$3 500.
Colfax Publications, Box Superintendent Northeast --_- -. .-.- -- *Call St. commercial 100' x 190' Owner fin. 9900.
FL 32669. .- -. *5.5 Presbyt.Church B ho.pllal-mok. offer
Florida acres near
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r,I1';I+ by: :'I ifeuiabeth\' Terry vices at the First Baptist Church, and Mrs. Donald Wilklson, Jr., spent the by Mrs.C.E..'Sue" avls Brooker Baptist Church '.. .. for' sale as a fund the raising 4-H when project.

l! ..Phone 782-3300 were Sunday dinner guests of their weekend with his grandparents, Mr. 'I Phone 485-1341 Prayer meeting will be at 7 p.ftu.; ,. Please support they
(, .' .' .. parents, Mr. and Mrs..M.D. Crapes, .and Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Sr. Wednesday afternoon. Following worship come Calling.Stork Shower
!! 'CHURCH ACTIVITIES Sr. Mrs. Wm. Wilson, Sr., spent a week Brooker Elementary service, the Choir will begin to attended the
r L: THRIFT'SHOP YARD SALE-At Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Eunice, of with her brother-in-law and sister Saturday, February 7th at 10:00 work on an Easter Cantata. If you like stork Twenty-five shower given guests in honor of Mrs.
;. "Grace Methodist,'Church Saturday, Atlanta, Ga., and Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton of A.M. the Brooker Elementary Soccer to sing please Join the Choir at .this Susan Hamilton at the borne of Mrs.
7 lo :4:30 Eunice of China Grove Jacksonville.Mr. Team, nine thru twelve time. -
Feb aJrt : p.m. Roger age group, Allen Crews last week. After
1 ; FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII- One of N.C.visited their parents, Mr. anciMrs. and Mrs. Jerre Starling and will play the Lake Butler team on the Those in need of your prayers this : and refreshments of cake and games
Eunice the week. baby Amie, and Mr. and Mrs. Joey softball complex in Lake Butler. due Cassle I ,
'f; Lester Roloff's Films will be shown at Harold during week, to illness, are: Mrs. Hamilton was presented with a
the church on Wednesday. Feb. 11 at Roger had to return home but his Starling of Starke, were Sunday din Project Pas Workshop Pressley, Pearl Mott, John and bed by the hostess and
7:30: p.m.:' wife, Sue, remained for a few days ner guests of their parents, Mr. and Last Wednesday Dot Moore,Peggy Geneva Neighbors, J.E. and Duane baby from the many
lovely gifts guests.
''i longer. Mrs. Charles Starling and family.Mr. Stanwix-Hay and Grover Howard of Mott, Kelly Sellers, Charity Grimes occasion
for the Theo
i 1 and Keith, of .. and Mrs. Robert Edwards of .the project math Thomas Aubry Hostesses were,
?PERSONALS: Mrs. Wyolene Day son pass program pro- Hoyt Mann, Terry and Dyle Reba Sue Wilson
I: : Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and Jacksonville, spent Saturday afternoon Jacksonville, spent Sunday afternoonwith vided parents with new Ideas'to help Green, Cindy Countryman, Kyle Ben- Margaret Harrell Sue, Gainey and,
and of her their brother-in-law and sister, their children learn basic math facts. Mrs. Steel Angela Nancy
family, of Black Mountain, N.C. spent were supper guests nett, Clyde Crews.
1" the weekend with their parents, Mr. Brother-in-law and Sister AMS-1 and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Sr. Games were demonstrated and Bullard, Berry Shivers Hialah Virginia Around Town .
and Mrs. Willie Green. While here Mrs. D.R. Brown and children. Elizabeth Smyth, daughter of Mrs. materials supplied for everyone to Dukesand Tracy Bollinger. Mrs. Veleita Lovelace and her
Norman returned home Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville, spent make the Those Valentine
they attended the funeral of their Mrs. Elsie games. attendingwere BanquetA Mr. and Mrs. Eaven
mother, Mrs. Joyce Futch, from Bradford County Hospital Saturday the weekend with Col. Wilson and : Karen Smith Pat Pardee, Valentine Banquet for the visited parents,the Glen Davis Hodges in
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Norman and after being there since Tuesday.Her family.Mr. Virginia Crews, Ethel Douglas and preschoolers through the fifth grade Park and were dinner family
sons, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Wise, and Aunt Mrs. Lillie Boree, of Mid- and Mrs. Fleam Starling were Laurie Ezzell will be held in the fellowship hall of Orange guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roe of Jacksonville -
:Mrs. Margaret Wise and three sons dleburg, is spending some time with guests of their brother and sister-in- Media Specialist Scott the church, Saturday Feb. 7, at 6 /
attended the 'In piration" GospelSIngeps law, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Starling, Reports Workshop p.m. under tnb direction of LindaRobinson Saturday.
in the Civic Auditorium, in her.Deepest sympathy of the community of Lakeland, Friday until Sunday. Last Friday Dr. Lee and Juanita Adams. Chris and Russell Thornton of
Jacksonville on Saturday night. is extended to the family of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended the University of Florida College of Adults BanquetThe Green Cove' of Springs were the
weekend their
Mr and Mrs. Terry Futch and Joyce Futch, who passed away the wedding of Miss Ann Carter Education, presented a workshop for Adult Valentine Banquet will and Mrs.guests Paul Prescott.grandparents Mr. and
family of Jacksonville Beach, visited Wednesday, Jan. 2,1981. Dinkins and Lloyd Macy at Kingsley the Brooker faculty and staff on the be held on Saturday, Feb. 21, at 7 p.m. Mr. Fowler of Starke
their Aunts,Mrs.C.E.Strickland,and Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Futch, of Quincy Lake Baptist Church on Sunday, Feb. production of audio-visual materials.Dr. There will be a guest speaker present. Mrs. Dewey afternoon of were the
Miss Elizabeth Terry in Gainesville visited their Aunt, Mrs. Carl 1.Mrs. Mullally demonstrated the many New River Baptist Church Sunday guests
'on Wednesday evening. Other guests Prevatt and their cousins Mr. and Pierce Crews, her niece, Mrs. uses of the new laminating press, Thursday night the ladles of the Prescotts. .Harris celebrated her
were their nephews and nieces, Mr. Mrs. Truman Norman on Wednesday Novis Ward, and James L. Sonner, recently purchased by the PTA. The New River Baptist Church will attenda Mrs.
and Mrs. Benton Futch, of Starke, afternoon. visited Mrs. Ward's father, E.C. faculty and staff learned many stork shower given for Mrs. Bobbin birthday with a trip to Daytona
and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Jonas, of Earnest Southerland of Huma, La., Sap?, who has been in North Florida techniques for making and preserving Welch Dukes to be held at the Harmony recently. While there Mrs. Harris
Gainesville, visited them for a short spent his vacation with his brotherinlaw Regional Hospital, Gainesville, but is educational materials. The press Freewill Baptist Church. visited with her son Kenneth White
time Wednesday night. Terry Futch, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rowell at his son's home,.Dempsey Sapp, of will be a valuable asset for the school. Drew Andrews will be a guest and for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Edwards and
was an overnight guest of his Aunt, Prevatt. Gainesville.Mrs. The teachers would like to express present music and song for the youth
Miss Elizabeth Terry on Wednesday Mrs. Scenic Paugh, of Plant City Elsie Bennett and sister and their thanks to the PTA and Dr. valentine banquet to be held at the children of Lake City were the Sunday
night. Mrs. Terry Futch and sons and her mother were supper guests of brother, Warren Lastimger, Linda, Mullally for his help. Parents' are Freewill Baptist Church. guests of his prents Mr. and Mrs.
returned home Wednesday night. their Aunt, Mrs. Carl Prevatt and aunt, Mrs. George Lastinger, and welcome to visit the media center to Friday night February 6, the New Earnest Edwards.
Miss Terry went home with Terry cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- Lonzo Austin of Daytona, Mr. and see the new press. River Baptist Church will be well Guests visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Mrs. Buster Bennett, Mrs. Maines New Addition Media CenterA Lee for the past few days were:
Thursday morning and was their man.on Wednesdy night. to represented at the Music Festival to
guest until Friday night. Mrs. Glenn Shuford and daughter Griffis and son, and Mrs..Virgil Grif- 30 gallon aquarium stocked with be held at the First Baptist Church in Earnest Williams and son and
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown and Nancy, visited her parents, Mr. and fis of Palatka, Mrs. Tom Whaley and tropical fish was presented to the Keystone Heights beginning at 7 p.m. daughters, Beth and Mindy, and Mrs.
GrandchildrenKelly and Minnie and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham of Maxville, daughter Midi of Tampa, attendedMrs. Media Center by the Student Council. Groups of singers from several Dorothy Cunningham, all of Jackson-
Mrs. Purvis Brown and Jimmy on Sunday afternoon. Nellie Wilkinson's brother The Brooker student council purchased churches will present music and songin ville; Annette Powell of Salem
Brown, went to Jacksonville's Col- Reggie Norman, of Gulf Hammock, Hughey Austine Funeral on Sunday the aquarium using proceeds from a competitive spirit. The winners Oregon and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
iseum to hear Evangelist Jimmy was a supper guest of his parents,Mr. afternoon. last years school store. Members of will)) be given a trip to the Sing Howard of Ormond Beach. .
Swaggart on Saturday night. and Mrs. Truman Norman and his Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Futch of Quincy the council are making posters giving Festival held in April at Stetson Recent guests of Rev. and Mrs. An-
Mrs. D.O. Brown was Sunday dinner grandmother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt on visited Mrs. Joyce Futch in Alachua information about the different University. Besides the choir and dy Moon( were: Randell Crawford of
night. General Hospital Wednesday.Mr. of fish. River will La wtey and the Roger Carlson familyof
guest of her daughter,Mrs.Sandy Saturday species youth groups, New present
Thomas, of Jacksonville.Mr. Paula Thornton of Lawtey is and Mrs. Ralph Futch of Black Musical Comedy Drew Andrews and Debbie Crut- Dudley, N.C.Saturday .
and Mrs. Frank Camp were recuperating from surgery on Mon- Mountain, N.C. and family, stoppedby Sandy Douglas has joined the chfield in single solos. luncheon guests of the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.L. day in St. Lukes Hospital in Jackson- for a few minutes to see their aunt, musical comedy "Ten Nights in a Richard Crosby family were: Mrs.
Waters on Saturday night. They,with vile. She would appreciate the Miss Elizabeth Terry Monday morn-. Barroom", The play is being 4-H Hazel Carlton of Starke and Mr. and
several other friends, went to prayers of everyone. ing on their way home. presented at the Starke Golf and Deborah Green of Brooker was one Mrs. Hershel Blount of Tallahassee.
Jacksonville to the Armory, to a Mrs. John Tye, Sr., visited her Mrs. O.J. Anders went to Maxville Country Club Dinner Theater for the of the instructors at the 4-H district Friday night overnight guests of the
dance to celebrate Mrs. Camp and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Sunday with her niece Mrs. Glen next two weeks by local talent. Dinner training program held in Howard Hugh Crosby family were: Dara
Mrs. Waters birthdays. Mrs. F.L. Roberts, of Jacksonvile, Shuford to visit with Mrs. Anders hour is from 6:30: to 7:30: p.m. Show Bishop Shcool in Gainesville last Goodson and friend, Renee of
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Caballos and Wednesday through Friday. sisters, Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and Mrs. time is 8 p.m. You may contact the Saturday. Counties representedwere Leesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
family, of Jacksonville attended ser- Robbie Wilkison, son of Mr. and Doss Higginbotham. Club for tickets.Mr. : Alachua, Bradford' Baker, Carr and daughter Katherine of
Marion and Columbia. Duval and Lakeland.
Nassau were invited to participate.The Brooker Softball League
two counties will)) be brought into Otis Tetstone, Coach for the
I Jtmpton Hilightsby the district within the year. Brooker Women's Softball Team is
4-Hers looking for new recruits to add to the
The regular meeting of the 4-H will team this year. If you are 14 years
Dolores Meng came to their assistance. Patriotic Tribute Roger Rich, the Volunteer Aide, be held in the club house Thursday and up you are eligible. Practice will
Phone 468-1915 411 Leadership Forum Principal Connie Clark addressedthe were present that day to participatein night February 5, at 7 p.m. Light begin at 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon at
On Saturday, January 31, Mrs. entire student body and staff this program. bulbs will be distributed to the girls the Brooker Elementary School.
Senior Citizens Alice Faye Waters, accompanied assembled on Thursday in honor of
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club members of the Hampton 4-H Club to the prisoners returned to their homes
will meet in the City Hall at 2 o'clock the Leadership Forum held at the after 444 horrible days in Iran. He explained
Friday, February 6. Anyone 55 or Howard Bishop Middle School in that the 8 Americans who lost Community News
over is invited to attend and join in the Gainesville. their lives in a rescue attempt were
fun! Brenda Bawek, Doll Waters and also being honored. by Elizabeth Walker New Bethel Baptist Church: Friday Senior Choir will sing at Ebenezer
411-Club Lynn Waters attended classes in Flag bearers who led their Individual Phone 964-6683 night, Feb. 6, there will)) be a service- '". Baptist. Church. Saturday: dinners will
...The Hampton 4H Club will meet public speaking values clarification grades to the Assembly were Negro History Month It February: the interest of the Deacons.-Trustees be sold from the church kitchen. Sunday
Monday evening,.February.9,.at 7 and.,demonstration during the morn- Donald JUcWiUiams, Scott.Branham J .Theme: ."Kol Model FofYonth". .. and Deaconesses anniversary ;that ,School 93d MonungTWorshiplla.m.
.o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ing sessions. Enroute home they en- Bryan Archey, Kim Rowland, Billy The first in a series of seven programs terminates Sunday, Feb. 8. Rev. Dinner 12:30.: Deaconess board
Harold Waters. joyed a refreshment stop at Burger Home, Mindy Hersey, Stephanie will be presented Thursday Henderson Hudson will preach. Sun- meeting 5 p.m. Women Home Mission
Bookmobile King. Williamson and Dean Padgett. night February 5 at New Bethel Bap- day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. .
The Bradford County Bookmobileserves Following the Salute to the Flag, tist Church, Starke. at 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. service Rev. W.C. The Victory Temple Church of God:
this community at the Hampton Hampton Elementary School Mrs. Jean Clark explained the impor- Minister Clarence Williams, instructor Robinson from Putnam Hall will Members cordially welcome you to
Post Office very Tuesday from Perfect Attendance tance of learning patriotic songs suchas at Community Day Care Center preach. The guest choir from New their worship service each.Saturdayat
12:30: until 2:20. Perfect attendance was recordedfor the National Anthem, as well as will) be the speaker. Music, poetry and Bethel Baptist Penney Farms, will 12 noon.
Birthdays the following students for the third proper respect for the American other Negro reflections will be sing. Following the anniversary ser- First Born Church of The Living
Joyce Lyda celebrated her 22nd bir six weeks grading period: 1st Grade- Flag. Mrs. Clark who coordinated the presented. vice Communion will be given. All God: Tuesday 7:30 Bible Study. Friday -
thday on January 23. Joey Hall; 2nd Grade Brian Archey, patriotic program also gave the Sunday at 6 p.m., February 8, at members are asked to cooperate. Tarrying Service 7:30. Sunday
Mary Hill enjoyed a decorated cake Christina Bunner, Janet Banner, An- history of. the yellow ribbons which Pleasant Grove United Methodist Prayer Meeting each Wednesday 7 School 10 a.m. Morning Worship II
with family and friends on her 9th birthday dria Fenton, Henry Rhoden, Donald were used during the absence of the Church Minister Robert Alston, Jr., p.m. a.m. Evening Worship 7:30.
January 27. Smith and Mary Wood; 3rd Grade prisoners,held! in Iran. *.: will be speaker for this Negro History Antioch Baptist Church: Prayer Greater Allen Chapel AME Church:
Gerald Brown, Jr., celebrated his Clinton Brown, Michael Campen, With Mrs.:Carole) :StevSiison at the Program. Minister Alston is Title One Meeting each Thursday, also Bible'' Sunday School 10 a.m.11 a.m. the second '
22nd birthday on January 31. Rhonell Estes, Glenn Friese, Jerry piano, Mrs. Clark{..8Ih'lI.. \singing the teacher at Starke Elementary School.At study. Sunday School 9:45.: Morning quarterly conference will be',
Shelly Carter celebrated her 11th Loiacano, Carrie Manning Angela National Anthenr, ,and a 'medley of 8:00: pm. Minister Clarence Worship 11 a.m. The Choir will sing at held. Elder F.R. Satchel will conduct
... birthday on February 2. Mitchell, Jill Powers Macey Rhoden songs, including "lie Yellow, Rib- Williams will appear at Ebenezer Starke Nursing Home 3 p.m. Evening the service. :All boards are'
Richard and Bryan Kidd both Stacey Rhoden, Cheryl Thomas and bon and concluding vJtfi, )t ;,'God Bless Baptist Church In another Negro Worship 6 p.m. have written reports., i "* ,*,,:
celebrated their 12th birthday on Randal Smith. 4th Grade Tom Cunn- America"t,.,- History presentation. We invite you, Church of God In Christ: Tuesday 6 Anniversary; _. _
February 3.. ingham Quinton Ford, Cindy Frey, Mrs. Stevenson, explained tht the one and all, to these activities. They -7 Adult Choir rehearses. Bible' Band The 71st anniversary of Great
Happy Birthday to Mark Rhoden Billy Home Robert Moorhead,David Statue of Liberty greets all who cometo are planned to be informative in br- 7 p.m.Friday 7:30: Pastoral'caching., Allen Chapel will be observed}
who is 10 years old today. Feb. 5. Parker, Roy Payne, Donna Peeples America by sea and presented Amy inging you past and present history of Sunday School 9:30: Morning Worship February 1622. The anniversary w
Back Home Rob Powers and Timmy Slater. 5th Clark and ..Williams who the Negro. 11:30: with Elder D.R. Williams in terminate with a Calendar Rally;i
Navy Chief Donald W. Roberts,who Grade Diana Cardin, Cassandra recited the. inscription 'appearing on Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.: Dell Chapter charge of service. 5:30: YPWW Presi- Sunday. Feb. 22. All Captains are i
was on sea duty as an Airplane Fisher, Andy Frey, Sandy Friese. this monument from "The New Colussus" 168 O.E.S. members will meet Thurs- dent Jimmy Thomas in charge. Even- ed to contact ''eacb j member. E
Mechanic for five months returned Jeanni Hodge Teresa Manning by Emma Lazarus. day, Feb. 12, 7:30 in the Masonic Hall ing serivce 7:30 with the pastor in member is asked to cooperate w'
home last week with a big welcome Harold Mitchell, Andy Redding, Billy The stage was decorated by large on Brownlee Street. All members are charge. this activity. V1 '
from his family. He was glad to be Seville and Tracy Youngblood. 6th and smaller yellow ribbons which had asked to be present for this very important Ebenezer Baptist Church: Prayer Macedonia Freewill Baptf{
back in Florida following this duty in Grade Paul Bawek Randall Glisson, been made by Mrs. Mindy McLean's meeting. Meeting and Bible Class each Thurs Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Ming
Sicily. The weather there was cold Robin Griffis, Frantz Innocent, Leslie fourth graders and Miss ClaudettePeterson's Church Activities: day 6:30. Friday p.m. Freewill Bap- Worship 11:30: a.m. and 3 p.m.;,.; ..
and rainy so except for a brief trip to McKinney, Tammy Peeples, Sean fifth grade classes. St. John Missionary Baptist tist will conduct service in the Interestof Basketball: "' ,
Spain, he stayed aboard the boat. His Smith, Justin Wadsworth and Mrs. McLean also. had made the Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. each the anniversary service. Reverend There will be a basketball game]
family appreciated the tapestries, Stephanie Williamson. 7th Grade very large yellow' ribbon) which Sunday, Church service 11 a.m. and 3 ., Sylvester Bright will preach. Friday and Saturday nights at RJE j
swords and other mementos he Amy Clark Brenda Curtis, Julie Dorminey. decorated the front entrance of the' p.m. All members are asked to The funeral for Mrs. Bell Johnson Gym. All basketball fans are invited. !I
brought along home. Perry Keaton, Marlene school building.At cooperate. Choir rehearses at 8 p.m. .will be held at Ebenerer Baptist to cheer. for your team. '
The Royce Joyner and D.W. O'Steen, Dean Padgett, Jimmy the conclusion of the programs,. each Wednesday. Business meetingwill Church ,, Saturday at 2 p.m. Sunday
Roberts families were relieved that Parker, Melissa Payne, Tammy Mr. Clark asked all to remain stan, be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday .School 9:30. BTU 5 p.m.
the woods fire which threatened their Rhoden Steven Sheppard Andy ding for a moment of silent thought. February 6. All members are asked to Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap-
properties on Sunday didn't damage Smith and Amy Williams. This program in honor>> of the attend this very important meeting. tist Church: Each Tuesday 7:30: .1
their homes. They appreciated the All of the above were presentedwith Presidential Thanksgiving Day prov- Visitors are always welcome. to our Prayer Meeting. Wednesday all Q
help of the Forestry Division, and the Certificates from the Burger ed to be one of the most appreciated in; church services. circles will meet at the church. Thursday -
Starke, Waldo and Hampton King Restaurant which entitles themto the memory of this group.It Mt. Moriah United Methodist and Story Hour at the church. Friday ---s
Volunteer Fire Departments who a free Whopper Jr. Hamburger. was fortunate that Mrs. Mabel Pleasant Grove United ChurCh: Sun- 6:30: the Junior Choir and Ushers Polish television shows
Sanders, the reading specialist, and day School only. Board will rehearse. Friday 8 p.m.' about 38 hours a

week of programming.

I Starke Elementary School News I

Tetateael A.sUn Kindergarten Mrs.Brewer's lad Grade Bell Kevin Crawford, Jeffery Tyson. Gift Books A Tender Scene
Happy Birthday goes to Dierdra Mrs. Brewer's class gives special and Bobbie Craven. ,
Melecio who celebrated her day on recognition to some of their fellow The following students have finished
January 21.. She ws 6. We hope that classmates who made an A on every 1 all of their homework for the past': Put Your Love A Timeless

our following students who have had Spelling Test during the third six- two weeks: Laurie Mobley, Selena '
the flu will return soon: Johnny weeks period: Reggie Sheffield, Norman. Suzanne Sapp. Barbara''; Into Words Message
WHJUter. Robert Brown, Chad Tyler, David Keaton, David Robinson Smith Matthew Watson, Shari Cain/, .
Doflnie Burch,'Nekeay Chandler and Jeanette Daniels, Annette I rshner. Ken Fillyaw, Renee Hewett, Karen
Toni' Brown.Qur Liza Mosley, Sheri Waters, Lisa Bur- Morgan, .Patricia' Parado. Sarah (
class has been working hard to rus. Congratulations to these Woodard,. Audra Brantley, Kevin' J---
tearn" U. the letters of the alphabet.We students.Ms.. Crawford. Karen Hodges, Shawna. '
ba decorating our room Blom and Rhonda Alvarez.
for =Day.Our room Is gaily Patterson's 4th Grade

;' valentine hearts and Spelling Super Stars for the week of Mrs. Mcaelland's Sib Grade ,I'I: .... ...
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Abraham I Lincoln Kindergarten is Brown Patricia Parade Marvin their semester of Social Studies and ..... .., 1 :t.r .: ..:tl I"" ""S "
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with a unit on Words .
These students were super spellers energy. like
Mrs. Gay's 2nd Grade for the last two weeks: Dana Bowen, fossil fuels, conservation, nuclear, )(:'I"'tv'i. )I.4I ... ,
Honor Roll students will be listed in Laurie Mobley Ryan Moore, Selena solar, geothermal, tidal, may soon be I Beautiful Hallmark .
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Spelling Honor Roll : CarlaSc Renee Thomas, Valdez DeSue, Eric All Social> your thoughts and feelings into writing, for -- --

Kelly Murray, John Demp- Nugent. Marcia Brown, Shari Cain, Studies assignments for :the last B Valentine's Day and forever. "This Love" a beautifu ,way to express your love
!Jason Hughes. Chad Welch, Terricena Kittles. Patricia ,Parado, weeks completed: Rick Klmutis
e and "To The Woman Love $5.50. Other Hallmark plaques share feelings
RickkWlahartmiy Lee, Nickita Eric Redding, Lisa Adkins. Audra Robert Thorpe. Penny Hsieh, Dewey your
Reed.r Julius Harden Clyde DeSue. Brantley- Harold Chandler, Kim Dougherty Shared Patel, David titles from 200. ., on Valentine's Day, and everyday.. : _'.:
Rebecca Stowe Jennifer Bennett, Dukes Todd Elliot Mitch Gray, Thorpe and Esther Martin. : / ,. ""J '
Amy Allen, Cheryl Moss, and Gary. Felecia Hankerson. Donna McKelvy, f 1980H.IImaM.. Cards. Inc .'i ";:; 1419e0Hallmarll; \ CardA. Inc.
Ooo Brewer. Allen Porter, Doug Rehberg, Terry KLPOA Members Plan '
Math Honor. Roll: Carla Stephens Rodgers,. Chris Taylor Pam Thorn Valentine Covered Dish '

Kelly Murray John Dempsey, Jason ton, Kevin Crawford Coretha Member of the Kingsley Lake Pro- .OFH.CE. :;" 110:' W: Calist ; :: ; : ., ,
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Fire Chief Bill Crouse told this He was pronounced dead by Dr. Department for attempting to steal
paper Manning had just gone to work Sarnt Sarntlnorant at Bradford County food,products_ a nd .her! Inmate <, .U GI Inmate
I News Briefs..' : when the smoke alarm went off in the Hospital at 4:23: p.m..Monday,Feb; boyfriend has Veen charged with :
house and woke them up. 'lie'' in- 2. aiding the attempt at Union Correctional 3?
dicated they escaped through a win- Institution at 6:00 p.m. Mon ''1\;
dow of the mobile home. L. Geneva Man day, Feb. 2. Stabbed :
Woman Arrested Allen is being held in the Union Crouse indicated the cause of the Arrested in TheftA : i.
County Jail in Lake Butler in lieu of fire has not yet been determined. .
On 3 Drug CountsA $3.000 bond after being arraigned Lake Geneva man was arrestedon Deputy Sheriff Garry Seay arrested. .i.
Starke woman was arrested on before Union County Judge A.L..Drig- FSP Officer a charge of stealing gasoline by the Linda Harris, 31, a registered nurse .
employed at Memorial Hospital in
three drug charges at Union Correc- Found DeadA Bradford County Sheriffs Depart- Jacksonville A Florida State Prison inmate
on a charge of petty
ment at 7:11 Monday, Feb. 2
tional Institution Raiford at 9:30 gers.Mobile p.m. '
near :
already serving a life sentence for
a.m. Monday Feb. 2. Home Burns correctional officer at Florida Deputy Sheriff John F. Dempsey theft. Harris had visited UCI to a
found dead of arrested Elliot Roberts of Lake deliver a pair of tennis shoes to an inmate prison murder and indicted in Brad-
State Prison was an Floyd
Lt. D L> Cochran arrested Marjorie On Carter RoadA apparent ford County for the murder of another1
and parked vehicle behind the
May Allen,53,of Starke on charges of self-inflicted gunshot wound at Geneva on a charge of petty theft of a inmate,stabbed an Inmate while in
felony possession of a controlled mobile home was destroyed by the residence of Evelyn T Case five gasoline from Arthur J. Wheeler. old correctional officer's living a '
fire on Carter Road at Lawtey at 5:51a.m. : The stems from incident quarters, according to the UCSD. holding'cell' awaiting transfer to
substance, sale, delivery, or posses- miles north of Lawtey at 2:42: pm. case an ,another part of the prison'Tuesday,
sion with intent to sell a controlled Friday,Jan. 30. Monday, Feb. 2. which occured Nov. 151 1979 in which a Jan. 27.
substance,and introduction of contra- The mobile home was owned by Mr. William Arthur Case;30,of Lawtey warrant was obtained, according to The inmate was identified as Prison records show Richard Sherman
band into a state prison,according to and Mrs. Wayne Manning and, was found dead just off Eunice Road BCSD. 'Sylvester Lee 38 assigned as.a "Bushaxell" Williams, has been
the Union County Sheriff's Department daughter and was valued at $15,000 at the home of his father,according to Bond was set at $500 on the case janitor at the staff quarters outsidethe charged with stabbing fellow inmate
according to the Lawtey VolunteerFire the Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- after,Roberts was arraigned before prison compound.He was observed James Lovette,30,on the right side of
Department. ment. Bradford County Judge Elite S. to be loading about $94 worth of the throat with a single-edge
Sanders. Roberts Is being held in the meat that included a 20-pound. turkey blade that had been removed from razor
local jail in Starke on a ten-day hold a 13-pound ham, 7 pounds of, disposable razor. a
inflation Fighting PRICE CUT placed on him by the Parole and Probation margarine, two dozen eggs, five :
office of the Department of pounds of sliced cheese, eight A spokesman for FSp.pointed out
Living Corrections in Clay County porterhouse steaks; two slabs of beefloin Lovette was treated in the clinic at
and two chickens, and FSP and transferred to the Receptionand
I 14 ColorPortrait FREE Woman Arrested into the woman's car,accordingto Medical Center near Lake Butler
X In Prison TheftA the Union County Sheriff's Depart where he remained in fair condition.
Jacksonville woman was arrested ment. Williams was having his handcuffs
by the Union County Sheriff's removed as Lovette was brought into
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