Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01426
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Society. .... .. Page 3AAA December lived up to its reputation( as a dry month, bringing only c one's'!!'
Corr.spond.nc'uP.ge 7,108.11, half inch of rain to Bradford County during the 31-day periodv ";> .f' .
Sport. .,.r. ... P.geS AIOA J The sun finally broke through Wednesday morning after week ofovei'
Legal & Real Es.Pate 13A cast skies and temperatures ranging from the low 30s into the SOS..,. :n
SECTION Bl The forecast for Thursday through Saturday is for continued cold \;' Sweetest Strawberries This Side Heaven
New Briefs. ... Pages 4B4B fair skies. ..
Classifieds.... .... .". PaaeSB > Total rainfall for 1980 was 50.4 inches, 4.4 inches less" than the 1970 total 1 M' 10n1'ear STAIIKK. FLORIDAThursday. 25 Cent Copy
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; Nine teen-eighty may become a concerned. Gulf Wood Energy, Inc.,
landmark year in the history of successful low bidder, at $240,000, for
Starke If pioneering efforts to blaze a construction and on-site installationof
trail in the use of wood biomass for the gasifier units, expects to have
generating energy prove successful.The them completed in time for the
answer may come in February February tests.
-. ". when conversion of the first Work of overhauling and convertingthe
M y r 4 f r I, for completion at Starke's municipal the power plant under supervision of
power plant, and renewable wood Joe Messer, associate of Don Cox, of
biomass instead of diminishing oil St. Augustine, who contracted the
and natural gas, is used to set the conversion work at a bid of 49000.
wheels of production in motion. If Cox Is the former president of Diesel
February tests prove successful Engineering of Jacksonville and set
Starke should quickly become known up the diesel training facility at the
i in Florida, as well as the Nation as BUS Vo-Tech school, where he still
7 something other than the "home" of serves on the advisory committee.
Mrt Florida State Prison. Wood chips for use in the gasifiers
{' One of the three gasifiers. with must be high quality (clean and dry)
'. which the experimental generatorwill and will be supplied for the test run by
M ap"' w.vr "' be equipped, is already finishedand Crown Lumber Co. of Starke. No con
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to ; Food and Agricultural Sciences. test proves successful and the con-
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i Water. .R.emover. .... 3JS1., was presented with a plaque commemorating last Tuesday. Dec. 23, at the annual
Christmas of the courthouse
This new 2-sectlon pre-fab concrete bridge spans Water Oak Creek Just east of move water fast enough to prevent tits road from being washed out according his 47 years as a county party field this
al the
CR-16 at lleilbron Springs..The new bridges come in sections which can be pick. to long-time resident V.R. Ferltus tJ.* employee and elected official which employees Western Steer, Steakhouse year
,The three,bridges come from::. firm fora total prlc.e..of.rClullci'' will come to.an end Tuesday, Jan. 6,
..t ed up and moved when necessary. The wooden pilings may rot out but notjii, his j&Rprela. ( .Elected ficlals-at included -.
-ire!! j.A.aJ'; &:{ euitty' .. ommtslosrChalrman.lC.W.Etodgca. ,II."i. tro,, ;:; o.t+gor ard'rWraurl' yvp l phrMtw f d3\8! "aJII;fi'hey"don't It/ft./ "'F1orI414P,4.whentisJatcst.terareads". ; >,.:* ,i' Sheriff Dolph' Reddish the party
r' as Property
Department' of Transportation tttamiLMs<< but they do meet Georgia's. Hodges Kelly has served 32 years tax -
says If the. bridges had been coutracted-.out as Is done is Florida they would having been elected eight Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez ana Kelly -
t The three new bridges on Crawford Road.- under construction: ,now, should have cost several hundred thousand dollars < t times to that post. The veteran courthouse s successor Esther Shuford Hall.who'will
official has been unbeatable, take office Jan. 6 when the.
.t .. 'and has 'enjoyed one' of the top terms of elected officials in the cour-

liCrawjord Settlement Road is Shaping Up) for political the past positions three decades.in county politics thouse Kelly commence.is a political Institution in

Elected officials and employees Bradford County and North Florida
-, sharing with the late Sheriff P.D.
in and which
,. chipped got a plaque,
i Reddish the reputation of being
Crawford looks politically astute and all but
more like a freeway now than a country r unbeatable.

road, except for the power poles Kelly, who Dec. 26 married the
: sticking up in the middle of the new Either Hall Only former Sue Daly told the Telegraph,

grade. at the time he nnounced he would not
i Since 1977, when engineering work seek a new term that he will probablydeal
began, the county commission has New Official In real estate and continue to do
been working toward paving the 3.8 L some income tax work. Kelly formerly -
: miles of road that runs between CR-16 was half-owner of Bradford
;. at Hellbron Springs and Old Lawtey i. In CourthouseThere Abstract Company and has done tax
Road at Tatum's Sawmill. It looks, work as a sideline.!
t will be only one new official Kelly's career, spanning five
when new terms commence Tuesday decades, started while he was still in
Jan. 6, In Bradford County. high school when Kelly went to( work
;k1e down (IIrlerSnogae Esther Shuford Hall will succeed for the late Supt. of School Andrew
yr MN veteran courthouse official J.R. Kellyas Griffis. On Jan. 27, 1933 Kelly was ap
tax collector. She has worked in pointed deputy clerk of the court by
J that office for almost 28 years. the late clerk Arch Thomas. Kelly
Other officials starting new four- worked in the clerk's office until 1948.
I I year terms include Sheriff Dolph Reddish In 1946 Clerk Thomas had Kelly ap-

Supervisor of Elections Neva pointed supervisor( of registrations, a
Flynn, Clerk Gilbert S. Gib) Brown. part-time position at that time. Kelly
t Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez, served(the balance of the term of N.D.
Supt of Schools Thomas( L. Casey Wainwright who retired. Later in

Jr., and County Judge Elzie S. 1946 was elected to a two-year term as
Sanders. supervisor of elections defeating
Hall earlier this year completed a Walter Sibley, Gene Long and Bob
course at the University of Florida in ,Weeks for his first political position.In .
H Gainesville to become a certified tax July 1948 Kelly was forced under

., collector.She state law to. resign as supervisor of
was born and raised in the registration when he decided to run

.. .. Lawtey area. She is the daughter of for the vacant tax collector's post.
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THURSDAY, JANUARY I the late George P. Shuford and Mrs. Kelly and former tax assessor

NEWYEARSDAY Just a Country Road.. Eva Shuford of Lawtey. l\Jrs. Hall (property appraiser) Gene Long opposed
"Happy' New Year! lives at 409 East Jackson Street in each other in 1948. Kelly winn
Crawford Road has been built up high by the county In The pan,which graded sloping ditches, was the secret to Starke with her husband, Bobby Hall, ing. Four years later, in 19S2 Long
MONDAYJANUARYSl an effort to keep it was washing;out. County crewmen! usbuilding the road says Hodges.cd a building contractor and her was elected tax assessor. ,
l BRADFORDCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERS the entire 80 to 120 foot> right-of-way and hauled dirt to Florida Power & Light has let the contract for power daughter! Donna Carter. Only once since 1948 has Kelly faced
k the roadbed with II rented pan costing $::1100 per month. poles to be moved from the roadway. Hodges( Hays. It will Hall defeated three other opponentsin opposition for the tax collector post. ..
r Meeting 1:30A.u..1 a.m. The road looks more like a freeway than a country road i cost the county some 910,000 to move the pales about half the first primary last September to In I 1960 the veteran Kelly defeatedJim
i what. ---_,_"'I_'&L n__, orillimllv wanted__ ,,'n._ to._ m.move. the union. win the post to succeed Kelly. Kelly Chastain for re-election to a
CITY OF LAWTEY supported her in the election cam fourth term.

V. Council Meeting finally, like the road maybe paved by machine from Ring Power for$3,900 a Crawford Road, number NW 37th paign.
7:30 p.m. the middle of 1981. month to move the tons of; gravel Ave. where it leaves CR-16 and nam
;{ "That's a project I'd like to get necessary. That machine has. been ed NW 23rd Street where it leaves did
f TUESDAY JANUARY 4 finished' County ,Commissioner the secret to getting the dirt moved, Lawtey Road. .
STARKE CITY COUNCIL Chairman E.W. Hodges said Monday, Hodges says. The crew worked Saturdays Holiday Closings......
Meeting7:10 p.m.. Dec. 29, as he drove over the smooth to get the most use of the Work has been progressing rapidly
. ..' packed dirt road. machine,and to take advantage of the with the dry weather.and rented pan
t RAIFORD CITY COUNCIL "People out here really don't know dry weather. Hodges says. The contract to have the Most of this area's major businesses will be closed New Year's Day Thursday /

f. Meeting-1:30 what it's like to get to town Three concrete bridges have been Florida Power & Light poles moved; Jan. 1.Clerk .
p.m.t' (conveniently)," Hodges! said. The installed at a -cost of some $50,000 at a cost of some10,000., has beenreleased of the Court Gilbert S. Gib) Brown received a telephone call1\Ion-
T.HURSDAYJANUARYJB"SQUARE road will be a real improvement to from a Georgia firm. The' bridgesdon't this week, he added.'' day afternoon Dec. 29, from the office of Chief Judge Theron A. Yawn, Jr.
residents used to water running meet Florida of- : that he was issuing an order dosing the courthouse in Starke on both Thurs.day 1
Department '
DANCING : .Alter that the will seek bids ,
across the road In wet periods and to' Transportation specifications, county and Friday Jan. 1 and 2. The courthouse; will be closed from Wednesday -
Strawberry Swinger! on contracts for the limerock and Dec. 31, at 5 until Jan. 3, at 8 when the offices '
j Masonic Hall :deep mud every time it rains hard. In Hodges points out, but they do. meet asphalt. Hodges sees the paving com, p.m. Monday, a.m. will
f wet times' residents along the the road' ,reopen at their regular limes. .
very ; Georgia' department' -
Class and Club around
somewhere the middleof
713D p.m.. road have had to use tractors to get specifications which Is good enough 1981. City Hall in Starke will be closed Thursday'and will reopen Friday Jan. 2,
;. out, or leave their cars on the for the at 8:30: a.m.
Caller county commission here.
Mall Wimpy, highway'and walk out. "We won't have to worry about The county decided to get into the The U.S. Post Office in Marke will be closed all day. New Year's Day but
business itself much
paving as as
Work the road started when will reopen on a regular schedule on Friday.
on was them In our Hodges told the
f farmer commissioner Dave Shuford Telegraph lifetimes' '. possible, when paving of the 1.3 mile All thiee! banks in Starke. the Community State Bank Florida Bank at _
c/fnd 01 l wh-, was in charge of the Road Depart The three bridges would cost was long contracted Pleasant Church out and Grove it cost some'Road Statke: and Fortune Federal,will be closed New Year's Day and reopen on a -JE..: .
-r ment. Hodges continued the work in several regular schedule Friday Jan. 2. .:: :
R.oltor* hundred thousands of dollars ; ';;
$290,000 to back In 1977. Since
J 762-3931 the past year h. served as Road if 'subcontracted out, to build to pave Bradford County School Board offices will be closed Jan. and 2 and wilti: -.:::.-::.
((904)) then the commission has
county pur- Monday,Jan. 5, for hours. Students until .
LOTS ACRIAOIAUTHOIMZIO Department chairman. When the Florida specifications. reopen regular are on holiday Mon
commission reorganized ''recently are 'chased more grading equipment and day, Jan: 3, when all schools will reconvene on a regular schedule. .
Of All* The: pre-fab concrete bridges
I grading Its roads to .
begun own
Hodges became chairman and Commissioner erected in sections by the Georgia The Telegraph office will be closed Thursday but will reopen for regular C. ._
I'dernes- Maxie Carter took firm. An $11,000 price has been quoted specification for paving. business hours Friday at 8 a.m. and will be open until S p.m. ..
over the Road Department. for Installation of a two-section The first try was on Flume Road, Winn-Dixie Supermarket will be open on New Year's Day. PlgglyWigglland
Log Homej Work on Crawford Road has been bridge. ,. which runs between SR-18 and SR-230 Food Fair will be closed on New Year's Day and. will reopen on a regular
I done ,entirely by county crewmen, Workmen are finishing a five- east of Starke, when DuPont wanted schedule Friday, Jan. 2. .
301 N. '.0. BOH 12** basically three menv
Hwy. low .y, ri. 33053 The.commission rented a dirt hauling about halfway between the,end*:'of: when..... Ms".dredge,- ,was crossing Sft-18. Thursday,,Jan 1, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.. .

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Monday Jan. St Hamburgers on bun,
r r lettuce/tomato/pickle, French
fries, banana, and milk.
Tuesday. Jan. 6: Beef-a-ronl, cheese:
sc atix, garden salad. fruit cup, hot
4 rolls and milk. I
Wednesday. Jan. 7 Beefvegetablesoup
Vt peanut butter sandwich
I crackers, fruit cup, cookie, and .
Thursday, Jan. 8: Fried chicken, rice
t & gravy, green beans, pear half,
;.. ''i; hot rolls, and milk.
Friday.Jan.9: Beans& wetners,cab rl
bage slaw, peaches, biscuits I II
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V. ( __ I Monday mashed Jan.potatoes S: Hamburger green beans gravy, hot, bring to all our 'i .,1 .

biscuits, peach half, cookie, and friends success,
I milk. .
Tuesday. Jan. 6: Spaghetti w/meat good health, and
sauce, cheese stix, garden salad
French bread, apple crisp, and a full measure of jII/

Wednesday.milk. Jan. 7 Chicken St rice, happiness. ,/

English peas, yellow cake w/fruit Thank you for
topping, cheese rolls( and milk.
Performing Here... Thursday Jan. 8: Fried chicken, your patronage
mashed potatoes & gravy, mixed
Assistant Police Chief Harold Crews right, gets ready of the Police Department's new Plymouth: K-cars Just put vegetables, hot rolls,key lime pie, "
to squire Police Chief Jimmy Bowen around Starke in one Into service. and milk. I. ifU

Friday Jan.9: Tuna salad on lettuce,

City Leases 3 New Chrysler K CarsZipping and ed crackers fruit milk.,, whole cinnamon kernel swirl corn bread, mix-

around town in three new Plymouth Reliant The new K-car was first introduced to Starke citizens in AL-A-CARTE
compact K-Cars Starke police officers are getting over the Dec. 6 Christmas parade. The two others joined the Monday, Jan.. Hamburgers, pizza,
twice the mileage they got with the old vehicles. police fleet Dec. 8 and 9. French fries, onion rings I
The new K-cars are averaging between 17 and 23 miles The chief pointed out that if gasoline goes to $1.50 or$2 milkshakes. Florida Bank at Starke
per gallon in the around-town driving, says Police Chief per gallon this summer, as statewide rumors predict the Tuesday. Jan 6: Cheeseburgers, pizza -
Jimmy Bowen. compared to 7 to 8 mpg officers got with new K-cars should save Starke hundreds of dollars on French fries milkshakes.
the old cars. gasoline and oil. The new K-car, which Is selling Well is Wednesday. Jan. 7: Pizza. Hamburgers -
The new cars handle well and have good pickup, the the hope Chrysler Corp. has to remain in business. French fries,
chief says. Chrysler's sales have been improving lately because of milkshakes. Comer of Jefferson & Clark
Bowen said he leased the three K-cars from Hawes the new K-cars: while sales of Ford and General Motorsare Thursday, Jan. 8: Cheeseburgers,
Chrysler-Plymouth in Gainesville for a 12-month period.I on the decline. Pizza, French fries, onion rings,
didn't want to purchase the cars without knowing how OPEC oil ministers meeting in Bali have just Increasedthe milkshakes.
thev operated" Bowen says. price of crude oil 10 percent. Friday.Jan. 9: Cheeseburgers, hamburgers 964-7050
,French fries, milkshakes.

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year. To all our friends we say happy New Year ,: PalatVa DAY/OFF CAMPUS REGISTRATION.
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., \ ALL lEES are due at time of registration. Text books may be purchased during evening registration. at
all .locations. .

EVENING STUDENTS may register at DAY REGISTRATIONS as listed above.

TG& Y JANUARY 2 Is the.last. day to register for. DAY classes. WITHOUT late registration fee payment. "

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January t 1.1981 TELEGRAPH Page 3I A

I What is Chamber Doing to Promote Industry inBradford? I

What is the Chamber of Commece nors at their luncheon meeting Thursday J jects in 1980 but questioned If the fair, and dealing with new people in Platt who questioned who the put money up front, or want to pay no
doing to promote Bradford County Dec. 11, in the Garden Chamber or the Bradford County the community."We Chamber Is trying to reach and why? taxes the first few years while getting
to induce Industry to locate here asked Restaurant. What has the Chamber Development Authority is charged should have a chamber of com "The Chamber reacts to problems, started,Wilson said.The Chamber attempts
John Miller co-publisher of the done in I960? What will it do in 1981? with inducing industry to move into merce because we need an informa- as it should," Platt said. to cooperate to the utmost
Bradford County Telegraph, of the "We do have something .to sell in the area. tion center in Bradford County? questioned "John Miller's question what the with every industrial prospect giving
Board of Governors df the Starke- Bradford County" said the co- "1 think it's due pretty much to the Miller. Chamber is doing to initiate, rather the benefit of the doubt about how
Bradford County Chamber of Com- publisher and advertising manager of times we're having," Norman said, "That's all part of it, too, rather than respond" he said. solid the prospect might be. Wilson
merce. the local weekly newspaper. predicting that 1981 looks' like it will than selling Bradford County"Judge "My question: Is that wanted?" said he provides written data and
"What does the Chamber of Commerce President Ray Norman said the be pretty much the same way. Sanders said noting the Chamber Judge Sanders asked."I shows possible location sites to pro-
: do?" Miller asked the Cover Chamber has completed no big pro- "1 really feel at times that I've assists In finding housing for new wonder if we really know what spects.
failed as president this year," Nor residents and assists people with their the community wants Idon't.' said "So you do have partial answer for
man said but added the economy problems.L.M. Platt, John,' said Platt.
Krwonians To Show must also be taken into consideration.Count Gaines suggested printed Growth In Bradford) is projected to "A partial answer," Wilson agreed,
Sponsor Magic / Judge Elzie Sanders ques- cards be placed in local motel roomsto be among the slowest! In the state, "1 don't say its the solution."
I / tioned if there is local interest in get advertise the county as a good Platt noted. "We probably do more to help the
To Raise Funds For for Special OlympicsThe ting more industry here. place to open a business or to live, and The county doesn't want Industry if individual citizen than any chamberof
"The board (of governors) reflects giving a short history of the county. it's undesirable, said Hazel Hardy. commerce I've ever been connected
what business is Interested in I don't Hazel Hardy said a "very attrac- "If we don't( want industry we'll be with" Wilson) said.
Starke Kiwanis Club has an- used ,for disadvantaged youth and know if the people are that Interestedin tive brochure caught my eye" at the worse than the slowest," said Floyd "OK, why don't you give this info to
.nounced plans to sponsor the nationally special groups. selling Bradford County the Florida-Alabama line. Chamber Settles manager of TG&Y. the newspaper once or twice a;year?"
known show MAGIC TIME CIR- Although phone solicitations have judge said. manager Bill Wilson admitted, under The Chamber works on getting Industry asked Settles. Wilson said the
CUS, to help raise funds for Bradford now ended, the Kiwanis Club The chamber was portrayed as a questioning, that the Chamber produced primarily through the Florida Chamber does submit articles to the
County Special Olympics and local members will be selling advancedsale service organization, helping In such the colorful brochure touting Department of Commerce) said newspaper. The chamber questioned
community service projects The priced adult and child tickets activities as the Civitan blood drives Bradford living Manager Bill Wilson.The county gets whether the articles are read.
Magic Show will be presented at 6 during January here organizing the annual "I'm not trying to sound negative," 10 to 15 referrals a year.
Christmas the annual county said DuPont Plant Manager Ken want the to more CHAMBER on pg. MAJUT.T
March 24, 1931 in the Bradford parade Many prospects county
High School Auditorium. _
In announcing the Magic Show, Lee
Hardenbrook, the Kiwanis Club's
Magic Show chairman said there will "
be a discount for all tickets purchased c. .
in advance. This unique show is packed \ ,, .
with talented acts from all cornersof .:..,Y.' {J:)
the globe. Some of the full-stage illusions
presented will be: Houdini ,n' FI
Trunk Escape, Sawing a Lady in half, "
French Guillotine, Floating Lady,
and seldom seen "Satan" the
African Leopard. The 99-minute( showis
designed to entertain the. entire
Proceeds from the show will be used I
by the Kiwanis Club to help support -
the Bradford County Special
Olympics program. In addition, some Florida National
funds will assist the newly formed
Key Glub at Bradford High School.
Key Club is the Kiwanis sponsored
high school organization with over
6,000 clubs and 95,000 members in

the nine Chairman Kiwanis countries.Club Hardenbrook has been states selling that dis- than

oust tickets through phone solicitations get mare
for the past two weeks. These yau
tickets may be used by any child
under 13 or donated to Kiwanis to be


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fage4A TELEGRAPH January 1.1981 .

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t'" CITY OF STAftKE Need A New Year Resolution? Plant a Tree 1

tap root* Is to find a water supply and
PROGRISSUPDATEEDITORIAL If you've used up all the old time- The forester says Floridians in some high, dry locations such u
worn New Year's Resolutions and are believe a lot of other things about root may grow to a depth of 3Q feet.
looking for something a bit different, their trees which are far from the
why not resolve to... -- truth. Here are the facts as he sees lot of sand.or dirt
Don't dump a
them, and some advice gained from
smother its
around tree,or you may
Plant a tree I his years of experience: .
root system.

We're cutting down shade trees Most insects, as well as bacteria is almost never fatal to I''
much faster than they're being viruses, and fungi found on trees are Pruning A tree
vital. m*
On a scale of 1 to 15, the Cityof No. 8-Act on the recommendation planted. With winter getting in its beneficial, rather than harmful. tree, but roots than are a third of iU riM;?
Starke would rate an 11 for of the City Bond first hard licks right now, the shade Trees are usually not destroyed by insect die if more
mass is cut away.
missed-but wait until the beetle,which
might not be pests except Ips
completing or making a start Trustees that qualifications of
attacks trees. And even
next summer when it's broiling hot only pine
toward completion, of a list of the director of utilities be again and the sun's reflected rays then, the pine must have been wounded You do not need special make equipmentto
Filter tile AIr' rainfall to sure
New Year's resolutions upgraded with the and weakened in before measure the
suggested possibility bounce off everything from some way trees and other plants are get

( published on January 3, or employing an electrical or for those fortunate to the beetle can invade it. ting your adequate moisture.Just set a coffee
except enough
1980, in this column. That, in industrial engineer with full be in point blank range of an air con- can in the yard and measure the

our opinion, is real progressand authority over the entire utili- 1 ditioning unit. And with the ever- ; rainfall by the inch.

we commend the City ty system. J threatening energy shortage still un-

Commission on its efforts during 1 solved, who knows when even this
Although this recommendation source of relief from the heat may be OrO -' -
the 12 months.At .
has not been followed exactly I curtailed or eliminated? ,

the time of publicationthe as written above, a solu- 1 1 1 1i c \\ FORESTRY
with homes and
Even businesses
New Year's Resolution tion found dap
1980 was by employing 0 equipped with air conditioning,shade
may have been con Merrill Dees, longtime power trees can cut down materially on the IN DKABIORD COUNTY

sidered somewhat controversial plant manager, to fill the position Protect Soil from Drying, Erosion power required for cooling. Evaporation F
and was credited with ( of utilities director witl from a single tree that is properly y

providing the spark that approval of the bond trusteesNo. pavements to the top of your(perhaps watered can produce an estimated 4 O O by Mark G. Fries

touched off a Channel 4 television balding) head. That shade tree you cooling effect of more than a millionBTU's
9-Make an energy efficiency should have planted in January wouldbe equal to ten room-sized air
program on Starke that study throughout the mighty welcome then. Especiallyif conditioners operating 20 hours a day.
commended and others Deaden Noise
some we have another scorcher like last
city, with the objective of saving Most believe that trees must
considered in a category with when the soared to people
losses in summer mercury In What is the personal p of lie of those
by cutting be the winter
castor oil. Be that as it may:, it power highs from 95 to 108 on 67 days during planted months whenthey're Some people cut down perfectly shadowy characters who deliberatelyset
the distribution system. July, August, and September. dormant but forester Frank good trees because of attacks by webworms
is sometimes good to 'see about one-third of Florida's
Hill of Duval County, says transplanting which! do not kill trees.
ourselves as others see us, Such a study is now being Every year,more and more trees in can be done any time of year if thousands of forest fires each year?

and no matter who or what i is conducted by the North Cen- U.S. towns and cities are replaced by you make sure to get the entire root Fire is not fatal]to all trees. In fact, :-1. ', ''. ti>r sure.1 It is
responsible for the progress tral Florida Regional Plann- more and more concrete, and our structure when digging the tree up, the use of "controlled fire" in Florida that the typical one is male,
and bed for suspec-cu
a the
made in 1980, we submit that downtown business districts and prepare proper has made pine trees more prolific by and has the
around 21
ing Council at the request of suburan centers become transplant. If the season Is dry you eliminating hardwoods which cannot white, approvalof
batting 11 out of a possible 15isn't the those around him in setting the
the Commission. The must Keep tree well watered untilit
City sweat boxes hardly fit for human tolerate fire. Pines took over originally woods fire.
bad. study should be completed habitation between June and October, is established. ( because of accidental fires but now on

For the record, let us run within the next few months.No. the pine is maintained and encouraged But this picture is not provable and

down the list and see what's Letters the Editor by fires set for this purpose supplies little information ,in any! .
10-Explore the advan- to event.
happened in the past 12 mon- -A well established tree needs no
( ) of
ths: tages or disadvantages of a watering, since it tends to adjust to Beginning January 1, the Florida
city manager type government -
and In.te1li Division of will begin collecting '
No.1 on the January 1980 SEESNONEED ence. After all, no Forestry
FOR TV CENSORSHIP "co mlttee' can get us into Heaven. t// more personal data on
list was to update and rewritethe woodsburners.Fire .
This matter will be of
one Muse
charter and Pat
present city
In regard to recent concern over
the of the
code of ordinances. Althoughthis responsibilities new cable T.V. expressed in the Starke, Fla. Control Chief Mike Long said

has not been accomplished Charter Revision Committee, Telegraph, I would like to say I feel no that the additional facts would help to
which will make a recommendation need for a "censoring committee". Dear Editor: develop more effective and less costly
as yet, it is good to note that No. 89 would like to '
Carvin Lodge fire campaignsOther
later to the city Com- I believe as for options or alter prevention
final appointments to the revision mission.No. natives we have several) don't owna thank the City of Starke and the Brad- states are following Florida Into a

committee will be made TV; 2) use the off-on switch; 3) use ford County Commissioners for helping uniform fire data system recommended
at the January 6 Commission 11-Comply 100 percent the channel selector to change programs us give out 9 baskets to( the needy by the National Wildfire

meeting, with study sessions with the Florida Sunshine ; 4) don't' hook up to cable. for clothing Christmas and we would and especially all the nice like Coordinating Group. .
There is also T.V. Guide to help
scheduled to start soon Law, and make all informa- decide which of the above you want you to to thank Piggly Wiggly for furnishingpart The stakes in forest fire burning are

thereafter.No. tion in the City Hall readily do. All of these options are preferableto of the chicken< and candy in the high. Florida had 6,900 fires last year

available to the public and the censorship.I baskets. that caused millions of dollars-
2 on the list called for believe that a great deal of We especially thank Commissioner damage. About BO( percent were caus-
the repair of broken water press. privately owned stations (Channels 4, Homer Hart for attending the U.Y.A. Buffer Excess! Temperaturesthe ed by people,with lightning as the only -'

meters, and a stop to billing So far as this paper has .12 and 20) show junk. Network executives party and Lynn Lawson, Director of important natural, ausggtartjift)
some customers for the these control the.selection,with at the Santa Fe College;?the staff of the. type of soil in which it grows?Too only 10 percent. '
knowledge provisions \\ye for other things.Hhah 'culture1-' DayCareCenter: .1 HsrdwitkTeylor, Jk>b much).watering maybe"harmful{ .,bib aril 10 minimum water. usage. ..argjiow being.cpmplied ,W &b. "ast ,'inC rm tll1n or'gb d.entertaln-,.. DirafltorjiWobla; \ / JUe. Qity Clerk,, i i. drownngathqrQptj! ( : 10 it ,no,;b//ua., I TwfHhlrd.IJlOe "1the p1lllJiD; ::
because their meters l had not Merrill Edwards and worship fires resulted
ment. Public television (Channels 5 accident or misjudgment -
With 11 of the "want list"either
could not be read. master, Harold Wonton. someone's
or and 7) on the other hand have all of on part. These,
fulfilled or in the process the above. We still have things to pass out at Cutting the tap root, in itself, will causes typically include the careless
703 Florida Street in Starke.If anyone not kill a tree. The only purpose of the
of fulfilled
being the only discarding of
Again-while this work has Nevertheless, we are a free coun a lighted cigarette
areas still left hanging fire try. Thank God. We are not forced to. has any more clothing to give away escape of a cleanup fire sparks from
not been completed, the watch anything. for a good cause, call 964-6514 or the catalytic converter on
replacement of broken and are: I believe it is time we assume more 964-8458 and someone will pick them Forty-eight Pintsof somebody's car, and so on. .

non-functioning water metersis Enforcing the city or- personal responsibility. It !is a sign of all up. W.J.Lee

an ongoing project, and the dinances on nuisance dogs maturity. Let's use our own minds Harold Wonton-- Blood Donated,I'' caused The other fires are one-third set deliberatejV'yflflA of the people-

number of customers being and strengthening the or- .I malice and in violation of tM WV>, viwii
billed for the minimum use of dinances where needed. The .!. During DecemberFortyeight >i
water is being reduced. present ordinances are still f'I : '\4! Personal dat..wiil

not being adequately enforced County Agents ByNotebook both types of'person he 41.f-
ficulties t1Se
No. 3 resolution was for and the new Revision I pints of 'blood were lawbreakers".training of-getting! *
v Bobby donated to the Chamber of Com ?t al
making a study of Committee should address ,
personnel merce's account with the Civitan has.bee RiV s
city employees, defining job itself to this problem. tTa y for ". ,+ Blood Bank in Gainesville when the '450 proteifst0 tre- tt

qualifications, job descrip phone: 4-6280 ;;.. r. bloodmobile made its last visit to Rangers, vyhft'assistance ati t
tion, salary schedules, paid Enforce the clean-up or- Extension>> :' "" Starke this month. of m s'vestigators' o! Q i
dinance .p L
concerning unsightlyand ,
holidays, fringe benefits, etc. r a
unsanitary vacant property The 48 pints beat the previous total
and unused buildings. Whether you are beginning a landscape 0J.The fourth variation is the container of 41 pints donated the two months Much o'f tl"dew 1 to
The North Central Florida or adding to an existing one, crown plant, where the root previous. Chamber executive Bill ;sought will ini away

Regional( Planning Councilhas These ordinances, whichare your major expenses will probably be system is not disturbed until planting Wilson told the Board of Governors of when$(
in purchasing trees and shrubs. So Ime. hiking > '
the, Starke-Bradford Chamber of oo{ ? ? motoring? n-
completed its second draftof not as strong as they
it's important that you know how to Commerce at their Dec. 11 luncheon 'ching. farmltiigrpulpwood r ,ctimberingi or
such< a study and hearingswill should be, are not being adequately take care of new shrubbery from the A plant may be prepared in any of meeting in the Garden Restaurant. 'Anyone of these 1 I
likely be held in February enforced at the pre- day you bring it home from the :;these four( ways. The exact method of of wildfir dlcu- -

before putting the recommendations sent time. The Charter Revision nursery. First and foremost, this packaging will depend on the nujMuuin Bradford County is '
into effect.No.4Contract. Committee should also means correct planting methods. In (Characteristics of each< particular 'welcome'' use !the Chamber account Another serfeOfqolve i
fact the way you plant new trees and .plant, as well as production and shipping whets family member needs blood > motive orlth> r
with the address itself to this problem. shrubs has a lot to do with the way considerations.. For the most "Well'! '\,.replace: blboty'used:( by Spite, ? Crftne-A conc
they'll look for many years to come. part, bare-root, packaged barerootand anybody inBradford County. That's dalism?.pyrQmahia?
County Zoning Office to han- In the 1980 resolutions list Planting times and procedures will be balled and btirlapped plants willhave what the account is forshid Wilson.In .
dle building inspections and we suggested that the Com based on the type of shrub you have. a higher survival rate if they are' Such facts,as 'j Ae| a '

issue building permits. mission and/or Bond Trustees planted. int he late Fall and Winter. *'A. other action at theDec.\ 11 residence bt'the'p 1 e
determine in which directionthe One of the most common questions ,dl\meeting( of the Board of Governors: gathered.All .
Although no contract was about planting shrubs is when to The next thing we need to diSCUSS is t
negotiated with the county city should proceed to plant. Usually late Fall and Winterare preparation of the planting site. Yf u ".Discussed: how tai, front', the city the personal data wilt) bc ,

the City Zoning office has meet present and future the recommended times for adding should prepare the site well in advance limits to place welcome signs whichWilson'eaid in a computer and used to draw upM
taken these duties which power needs in order that it new plants to the landscape. So, so that it will be ready for the he is in. process of composite picture '.of :,U>e
over could go ahead with a long if you're thinking about getting some new :plant as soon as you bring it relocating. It was left to Wilson to find woodsburner, as well as supply'more
are being adequately per- plan. The new shrubs into your landscape now home. You'll want to get the plant In locations where the signs can be precise data on Florida's fire situation -
formed. range question would be the time to do it. There are a the ground as soon as possible.If located free of, would be whether to ,
improve few exceptions to this \ measures.

No. Implement new utility and expand the present plantto ruIe..Evergreens, for example are you procrastinate, even' a few "comm ttee ofUazel Hardy and

rate schedule. produce all power neededby best planted in August or early days, that healthy plant you bought at Steve Denmark was\ appointed by Right now, 'the worst' areas!; of
the city; produce part of its September, and palms should be the garden center: could: be in poor President Ray"Norman.to plan the an- Florida for woods fires Is a. part of
Such a schedule is now be- needs and purchase part from planted in the summer, during the shape before it ever reaches its new nual dinner-banquet to be held in Bradford County near Lawtey. other
rainy season. home in your landscape.So take a little bad sections: Include.
ing prepared by the city's Januaryat the Starke Golf and,Coun parts of Pasco,
some outside utility; or aban- extra time in preparation. It will try Club.A Volusia and Duval Counties. '
shouldbe -
engineering firm and don its and Planting times and ..
municipal plant procedures can give your plant a much better chance
ready to implement in Ju- purchase all of Starke's need- also vary depending on how the plant of getting off to a good. start in your Budget Committee of S.L. Peek, The ultimate aim of-the lolngrange

ly. ed power. is grown and packaged at the landscape. chairman, with Andy Jordan and Bill data gathering system will be to(
nursery. Plants are usually prepared Wilson was appointed to prepare a lower the environmental and
No. 6-Cease writing off un- Since this was written, the for shipping in one of four ways: they One important step in preparation' document board approval. at. theFebruary economic losses occurring In those
collected utility bills each picture has changed may be bare-root, which is when the is digging the hole. Make sure you dig meeting and other areas of the. state from
month and make a hard- I roots are bare of all soil.They may be the hole deep enough. should be at preventable wildfires.
somewhat, necessitating a I balled or burla ped..where most of least six Inches deeper and wider on
nosed effort to collect delinquent delay in making such a longI I the root and soil mass is dug intact all sides than the root mass of the Named a committee of L.M. If:you have any question concerning

accounts or discontinue range plan. At the present and wrapped in burlap. Or the plant plant. Keep the sides of the hole going Gaines, chairman and Elzie Sanders this matter feel free to call me at

the service. time Starke Is converting one may come as packaged bare-root,in straight up and down, rather than to collect nominations for'the annual. 004-6280 Ext. 219 or stop by my office
which cased, all the soil is removed sloped.At the bottom loosen several chamber awards.. in the Agriculture building.
Collection of such bills ha of its generators to the use of J from the roots, and the roots are then inches of soil to allow for root develop

been turned over to a profes- gas created by the gasification 1 wrapped In sawdust, bark, or peat ment., .

sional collection agency and of wood biomass. Any Bret & Jerry's Moves to 'Mallard's BuildingLoretta I

service to delinquent con- decision concerning the futureof

sumers is now being discon- the municipal plant must be MIMul
delayed until after tests have ..ADPt'.D Comilegr Marchant told the Telegraph the
tinued after 21 days of delinquency 1.fra Marchant and Gayle Mc-
proved the efficiency or inefficiency Cree.' owners of Bret and Jerry'ssporting manufactures uniforms and has
of the converted pt,r goods firm, announced a retail complete and wholesale line of sporting goods on a
of 0 Wednesday Dec. 17 have basis.
No. Updated inventory generator. they purchased

: all tools and city equipment. ISTAIUSHED. '117 : UM old Mallard S and 10 cents They.Invite the public to 'visit the
, One man given the respon- But in spite of these few I store building at 113 East Call Street permanent new store.

- sibility of issuing such items, shortcomings, Starke can be 101 G. naCUSONIOHN M.MILUI Publl.li.r. and have moved the firm to its new

proud of the progress made in i permanent location.'
: with adequate records kept. '
J solving some of its problems] hbNd./.J,niw.M.d..5a. ..dCI.-_'!lW.M OMIc The firm is In its eighth year of
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Such a system has been in during 1980. We can now look business in SUrke. The move to the

effect since last October with forward, with renewed hope ..._OuMM_..fcMto_.._....._M Pwr..r N..._. new large quarters will allow the firm

the inventory approved by thecity's to further Improvements in -....uw .1.-, Hw.....*. to serve the area people on a bigger
and better basis .with all their sporting The awerVcolor TV'
auditor. 1981. goods needs. 'lasts about 12 tsars, ,

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Community State Bank

Has Employees Christmas of Community Party !State: f17/w ffoo al7ide

Bank enjoyed a Christmas dinner and
dance at the Starke Woman's Club' on
Saturday Dec. 20. '
The individual dining tables aroundthe
dance floor were centered with gltJIJ,6 WoJyL
st r I candles decorated with holly cedar /'
c lily 4Jr and poinsettias. Other Christmas Society liUr Yhe I

d I ___ auditorium decorations at were vantage placed points.around the 964. 7601f /fly V ,ew sL'

The delicious: dinner was catered by k
Western Steer Steak House. '
The Linda Seay band of Starke fur- "
nished music for dancing during the

evening. Retiree J. R. Honored
During the dinner plaques were Kelly by
presented to Steve Simmons for his 23 '
years service to the bank and to Sen.
Courthouse Staff C irtetmas
at Luncheon
Charley E. Johns for his 23 years as ;
president of the bank.Approximately '
60 employees en- wt J.R. Kelly, who Is retiring iter approximately i 42 years, Kelly was employed as :
I .. --- joyed the affair. 47 years in the radford 1. uty Clerk and Supervisor of Elec-
II Bounty Courthouse, was honored at tit>. s. Gib Brown clerk of the circuit :
I the Courthouse employees'Christmas court, presented Kelly with a plaque
Lori Mooneyham, party Tuesday noon held in the copy from the courthouse employees for .
room of the courthouse. his services durl.tg the past 47 years. .
Glen L. Clyatt, Jr. Prior to serving as Tax Collector Sheriff Dolph Reddish gave a short
To Wed Jan. 17 talk of appreciation to Kelly for his .
.Y faithfulness and dedication to the .
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Mooneyham of J.R. Kelly County during his employment.
\ Lake Butler announce the engage. Susan DalyMarried The employees of the Sheriff's!
Fi ,ment and approaching marriage of Dec. 26 Department decorated the copy room ,
\ their Lori Lann to,Glen
daughter, in the festive holiday motif with
i Lamer Clyatt, Jr., son of Mr; and t b. J.R. Kelly of Bedford Lake and Christmas arrangements, candles
Mrs. G.L. Clyatt, Sr. also of Lake Susan Daly of Clearwater were unitedin and ceramic Christmas tree. A
Butler. lax marriage Dec. 26 in Folkston, Ga. covered dish buffet lunch was enjoyed
The wedding is planned for Saturday The couple were attended by the .
I Jan. 17, at the First Baptist bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Church in Lake Butler. Bax of Clearwater and her sister, Did you know.... :
The bride-elect is a recent graduate\ Mrs. Ann Sunderbruch of Clearwaterand
of Union County High School and is t her daughter, SherriJean.The Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kelly and familyof <
presently employed at the Community 'I. couple will divide their time Tampa are Mrs. Jack Trawick's ;
'",,' Bank of Starke. between Bedford Lake and Clear- guests at Kingsley Lake for several :
", Mr. Clyatt is a recent graduate of water. days. '
: the University of Florida and is a ..
), i(, member of the Bradford High School .1 "
:\I, 'I coaching staff. ,, R ,
It: No invitations are being sent local- +
Elaine Nugent ly, but all friends and relatives are invited I I i, w

II Buddy Collings to attend "t',> f ( .

Elaine Nugent, Alma Jean Johnson Mac Baldwins '. ''J F \:

Buddy Collings Ralph Felicetty Jr. Hosts at Open HouseMr. 4' !,' ,. .,R r r

Engagement ToldMr. Engagement Told and Mrs. Mac Baldwin were J f;. \ :; _
Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Johnson, Jr. of hosts to approximately 75 friends at a I ; :.
.and Mrs. Paul of Starke
Nugent delightful "open house" Saturday ..
Starke announce the engagement and J : ..,. !
announce the engagement of their of their night at their home on N. Walnut l' \fl" ,
daughter Elaine, to Buddy Collings, approaching marriage ,,
Street. ,
Alma Jean, to A. It. .'
.daughter, Ralph
son of Mr. and Mrs. William V.' Coll- Felicetty Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. The home was decorated: in ,\
ings and Mrs. Allison.Collings, of In- R.A. Felicetty, Sr. of Anchorage, the Christmas tt.u.iu throughout the ; i i1.\ t, 's
dialantic. Alaska. party rooms with a lighted tall lit <*, 1" ;lI'irtr" '"=V4 .a
Elaine is a Bradford High School The wedding will take place June 7, Christmas tree In the living room. Lori Mooneyham
graduate and is now owneroperatorof refreshment table in the dining
at 1 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church The Lanler Clyatt PEACE Ffl 1981
Small World Care.
Day with a reception following in the room was covered with a white linen
Buddy graduated from Melbourne centered witha
Hall. and lace cloth and was
High School and the University of Fellowship .
All friends and relatives are invitedto red, silver and green arrangement.A
Florida and is presently sports editor attend. silver candelabra with red taperswas J
for the Bradford County Telegraph.A at one end (at f the table and crystal W.J. Dodds, Jr. Peace In many ways: Balmy
February wedding is planned; punch bowl at the other end.
final arrangements to be announced Heather Lynn Bakken An evening of holiday fellowship To Celebrate b !I titles, bright days,
later. was enjoyed during the party hours 8 50th Anniversary
Christened Dec. 14 to 12 warm smiles!
p.m. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Dodd, Jr. will
of Starke Little Heather Lynn Bakken,
celebrate their golden wedding anniversary
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bak.
Employees Christmas ken was christened Sunday, Dec. 14, DId011 '"OW.... Sunday, Jan. 11, from 3 to 5p.m. 1
.Dec.-,-20 ,. .. -. during the 11 o'clock service at the at a reception given by their
Party First United Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs.Lynwood Walters and children at the Madison Street Baptist HAPPY NEW YEAR
The employees and retirees of the Grandparents are Mi, and'Mr8''J 'II daughter Mandy of Greenville,' N.C.yaOib ,i, Church Fellowship Hall. ,
City of Starke had a Christmas dinner Bakken, Jr. of Starke ahd'Mri'-al' are '-spending ,this ''week ,with ,Ills '.t, All friends and relatives" are invited
and dance Saturday night Dec.20,at Mrs. Warren Ebling of Kingsley parents, Mr. and Mrs.S.L. Peek.Miss to attend. CONTAINER CORPORATION
the Starke Golf and Country Club. Lake. Great grandmother is Mrs Katharine Peek of Tallahassee was The family requests 'no gifts,
Christmas decorations were Nelson Green of Starke. home for Christmas.Mrs. please.
predominately used throughout the Following the service dinner for 30 964:7342 Starke Fla.
club house for the affair, completewith members of the family was held at Cecelia Terwillegar had as
red crepe paper streamers, red the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Dec. 17 Christmas luncheon guests
bells and Christmas tree. Hardenbrook.Great Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Truluck and Mrs. .
Music for dancing was furnished by grandparents include Mrs. McKay Truluck of Sanford. They //1/) '.' F
Jerry Wadsworthy band. Pearl Benham of Billings, Mo. and were joined by Mrs. H.A. Nelson Jr. .i "
Approximately. 100 employees, Mr. and' Mrs. Joseph Bakken of and son,Byron Andrews Nelson, Mar-
wives, husbands and dates enjoyed .Wahpeton, N.D. tha Dorko, Clyde Byron Terwillegar,
the occasion. III and Steve Denmark. ,

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; St. Edward's Cttiliolic Church Did You Know! -'- ---

New "ear'.Sclledille son on his guitar. The altar held a Doug Seymour of Miami. Hal Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins of Fair
Masses: January I .. Feast of the Christmas Rose, a lighted Yule Log Seymour of Ocala Mr. and Mrs burn Ga. spent Dec. 24-29 with his
Solemnity or the Virgin Mary Vigil decorated the gift table and a Nativity Marion Harrington and daughters of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ode Wiggins
Mass. Wednesday evening-7 o'clock, Scene was placed beneath the Ormond Beach and Bill Harrington of
altar. Kathy Prrnini and Pat Nichols Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Don spent the
Thursday morning -9 and 11 o'clock. Keystone Heights were
with their
of for Christmas holiday ion,
were in charge arrangements eve dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Christmas Party this Liturgy., J.D. Seymour. Hal and Doug remain Donnie in Houston, Texas.
Children of the parish were treated ed for the balance of the week.
to a Christmas Party in St. Edward's Midnight Mass Vi Price Sate l
parish hall on Dec. 21. Santa's Father Edward Rooney celebrated Mr. and Mrs. O.D.: Bennett of at
skit Christmas Mass at St. Edward's.Cecelia Mr. and Mrs Jerry .
Workshop was presented as a by Jacksonville, The Office Shop
preschool thru 6th graders who sang Richards served as Lector; Laliberte and son of Mandarin, MOW, Call St.
and Silent Altar Boys were Paul Bawck, Andy Rick Johns of
Rudolph Night. Elves were Shirley Johns and Hundreds of Christmas
portrayed by Crystal and Rachel Nguyen and Steven Spell. Ushers Orange Park and Gene Shaw of Lake and Other Gift
Allen Randy Milton and Cindy were Tom Allen and Tim Clougher. ; 'Asbury and daughters were Reduced
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ashline were gift .::1 of Mrs.
Samons. Patricia Parado was the Christmas day dinner guests
Narrator. Santa Claus visited and bearers at Offertory time. Readings ,j F.J. Shaw.
presented 'jift& assisted by Faye were given by Carol Ashline Pat J Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fachko and
S isher. The hall was decorated by a Nichols Gerri Phillips and ,Kathy >/i Price Saleat Mr. and' Mrs. Charles Whitehead and
Christmas tree which held decorations Pernini. Antoinette Coss served as ..1 families of Jacksonville were the out-
Organist for the Mass, and Blaine Christmas day guests pf'Mr.
made by members of the CYO The Office Shop of-town
group, and other holiday themes. Nichols directed the Choir. Grlffls 110 W. call sr. and Mrs. A.B. Wh tehead.
Debra Ann
Billie Suzanne Gassett Mrs. Anne Samons and Donna The church was decorated with Hundreds of Christmas
Samons were incharge of the program poinsettias, lighted Christmas Debra Ann Griffis and Other Gift Mrs. Jane Ward and Mrs. Harriet
decorations and refreshments wreaths, and a Nativity scene Items Reduced Muth of Cocoa Beach and Mr and
Billie Gassett, of cookies, cakes, candies and punch beneath the altar. Windows were Mark D. Box Mrs. Nelson Black and son of St,
served at the party. outlined with greenery and Christmas Wed Feb. Petersburg were Christmas holiday
To 14
John Baldwin III balls.Donna Samons was in charge of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Golunka and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welly
Chrlstma'llasses! the Church decorations. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Griffis of daughter Mary Angela of Rome, -
To Wed Jan 31 St. Edward's pastor Father Edward Lawtey announce the. engagement N.Y. arrived Tuesday, Dec. 30 to
Rooney celebrated the Father Rooney Visits Ireland and approaching marriage of their visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Inman Mrs. Mary Katharine Wainwright
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gassett of Children's Liturgy Mass held In the Father Edward Rooney, St. Ed.ward's daughter Debra Ann, to Mark Dustin Green. Mrs. Golunka and daughter and children and Jim Terry of
Keystone Heights announce the parish hall on Christmas Eve. Becky pastor left Christmas Day to Box. son of Minnie M. Box and the will remain for a month while Mr. Lafayette, Ind., Mrs. Betty Lou Shaw
engagement of their daughter, Billie Pernmi was the Lector; James Pernmi spend the holidays with his mother in late Thomas A. Box. Golunka is on business at KceslerAFB and children and Johnny DeVore: of
Su/anne to John Dan Baldwin III of served as Usher; Gift Bearers County Kildare, Ireland, and other The wedding will be an event of Miss. Winter Park and Russell Haynes of
relatives and friends from his native Feb. 14 at 4 in the First United '
Gainesville. Mr. Baldwin is the son of were Alicia Gnffis, Cindy Samons p.m. Orange Park were Christmas holiday
Mr and Mrs. John O. Baldwin Jr of and Tessa Pernini. Dianna Phillips land. Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark of guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Wain
Gainesville.The read the meditation she composed on Father Donal Sullivan of Dublin, Miss Griffis and Mr. Box are both Melbourne and Mrs. Dee Brewer and wright.
wedding will take place in the the True Meaning of Christmas. Ireland is serving St. Edward'sparish graduates of Bradford High School. son, Adam of Camden, Ark. were
Friendship Bible Church in Keystone Blaine Nichols was the Song Leader during Father Rooney'sabsence. She will graduate in 1981. He Dec. 24-27 guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Silver
Heights Saturday Jan. 31 at 4 p.m. and was accompanied by Tony Ander- graduated in 1978 and is in the U.S. John Bradley, Jr. Springs have moved to'the Pine
The bride-elect is a 1976 graduate of Navy Forest Apartments on W. Madison
Keystone Heights High School and a Did You Know........... Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams Street.
Old knew.... spent Christmas day with their
graduate of Santa Fe Community Col you .
daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tilley and
lege.Mr.. Baldwin is a 1973 graduate of Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr. spent Tues Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dean Thompson L.A. Taylor Jr. in Jacksonville.Mr. son of Orange Park Mr., and Mrs.
day to Sunday with her son and family and daughter and Tim of
Thompson of Gainesville and
Steve Hardeman
School and
Buchholz High Gainesville Mr. Mrs. Mack Williams Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. "McGriff, Jr. in Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Pur
and attended the University of Harry and Mrs. Eslie Lee of Macon, Ga. and and Mrs. Billy Powell of Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort auderdale
Florida Gainesville.Mrs. vis and sons of Newberry, Mr. and Miss Patti Williams of Jacksonville Mauldin, S.C. and Mr. and Mrs. Britt were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Herb Nelson, Sr. of Keystone are New Year's weekend guests of McGregor of Charleston, S.C. are W.E. Tilley.
: Earl B. Searing spent the Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion Mrs. Mack Williams.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charney
Christmas holidays with her daughter of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. John
Williams and family in Starke and Mrs. L.D. Vining spent Wednesday
Sgt. John F. Crews and family, LCDR John G. and Carol Davis of Silver Springs were and Mrs. Gene Pass of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brown, Jr. in to Sunday with Mr.and Mrs. T.J. Vin
Receives Award Sims in St. Marys Ga. W.B.Christmas day guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Newberry Mr. and Mrs. Randy Pass Lake Butler for a week. ing in Palatka.

: Sgt. John F, Crews serving with Mr.and Mrs.Henry Stefanelli spent Thompson. and daughter of Hawthorne and Mrs.
: the 146th Signal Battalion in Jackson Christmas day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Linda Wells and daughter Lea of
: ville and wife Dawn enjoyed a Albert Stefanelli and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith and .Jacksonville were Christmas holiday
; Christmas dinner and party at the Sam Caruso in Jacksonville. daughter, Karl of Gainesville were guests of Mrs. Elise Pass
: Jacksonville\ Armory recently. During last Thursday to Sunday guests of
: the dinner the fleer's wives were Mr and Mrs. Bobby Case and family their parents Mr. and Mrs. X.M.
.. presented a hand etched crystal vase of Lake City and Miss Kathy Struthof Smith.
with red rose. Raleigh, N.C. were Christmas
; Sgt. Crews received his National of their mother Mrs. Lou
Guard Service Gilion and award for guests Marcia Goodge, daughter of Mr.
truth and Mrs. Ralph A. Goodge of Starke
: over five years service with the National
: Guard, joining the unit in June has been named to Tift College's 1980

; of '74 and having received several Mr and Mrs. Gib Brown had as Fall Quarter Dean's List.

:. promotions through the following Christmas day guests Mr. and Mrs. Capt.and Mrs.J.B. Godwin,Jr.and
years. Ed Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Coleen of
: Crews is presently platoon Sgt E7.He Noegel of Jacksonville, Bill Brown of son. Trey and S.C.daughter visiting his
Charleston are
: and his wife the former Dawn
Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
and Mrs. Jim
; Lamb reside at 1020( Eastwood Dr, Brown and Mrs. Ruby Brown of parents
: Starke and is employed at Camp Starke, and Mrs. Gladys Fox of Cocoa Godwin for a week.

:. Standing. and families.
Sgt and Mrs. Crews had as guests
Mr. and Mrs William Templin at the Q
annual Christmas party held at the t
Officer's Club recently. Crews is E'I' :: .
employed as Sewerage plant operator! 1 [ Mi" n9ib'sWbl 1': :tij 'r 'Ri I\"o{ .,: .

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I happiness be yours WISHES
We hope it will
with the New Year. /
Hello"WoIdl be a good year good friands.Durrance .

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Dr. Ronald E. Dopson .
Service I '
&Family .. Company!;'
Will Cla>ton Hartley I Staff Jean & Beverly .' 1 _, I h.-.Vl
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hartley of 864 N.'Temple, Starke Rt. 2. BoxStarke 1675 .864. N.' ,Temple l -I lAva-Miti.
Starke announce the birth of a son, 964-8018 '' u9 b
Starke ,
Will Clayton, born Dec 24. in Alachua Fla. >nrir
General Hospital lie joins a sister, We hope to serve you ,
; 19 months.Grandparents > i. atM
Kmily. often in 1981. .
are Mr. and Mrs. Thanks friends, for your .'" '
J.T. Frevalt, Jr, of Starke and Mr. .
and Mrs Larry Hartley of St. valued patro age.
Augustine Great grandparents are new VEARr ev ;
:Mr. and Mrs J.T Prcvatt Sr., of i i. ii-
I I.awtey, Mr. and Mrs W.H. Agner of AdvancedElectronics '>i<" :',
Kmgsley Lake and Mrs. A.D. Thread
of Great (Falls, SCItriij.iiniii THE PLACE TO BE!J. h

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and Mrs Leonard Victor Grif- 416 E Call St. Party at iJ1. "
fis of Starke announce the birth of a 138 OOStar1 '
son. Benjamin Jared, born Dec 21, in Starke Holiday inn '.
AUichua General Hospital. .j, <.J;'.,
Maternal grandparents are Mr and 964.6642MERRILy Mrs John( B. Sapp. Paternal grandparents
arc Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow DOr ] :: -
iff is, all of Starke. f 9647609c :..: .. .

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Buddy Codings) spent Thursday to J.II '
Saturday with his parents Mr, and The
Mrs. Bill Collings in Indialantic.CI. PartyMillJnlt10l :.

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All NeuoLuncheon good wishes Wearepleased, 'S35.oo per,couple : at Midnight

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Farm Produce """"
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by Dolores Meng while dining with the family at a nice C.E.483-1344"Sue" Davis, serious cafeteria Illness was a huge success. t ue to J.K. Douglas Howard has lived in Michael John of Charleston S.C. and
phone 468-1915 restaurant in Atlanta, when three Virginia was not ableto Brooker all of his life except for 3'/id Mr. and Mrs. Dyke Tiltons and son
singing waiters presented. her with a First Cafeteria In Brooker School<<: return the next term and the lunchroom years in the Army. He and his wife Charles of Tampa were the Christmas
Holiday Happenings birthday cake and sang that familiar The year was 1936 W.P.A. days. ment. opened under new manage Jean have four children: Eddie, a certified guests of the Hughey Crosby family.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins enjoyed melody. They all had a great time! With no telephone service available, The public accountant with the firm Cdr. Hilderbrant is retired and is the
a wonderful Christmas when all Mr.' and Mrs. Wallace Collins en- news traveled by the old grapevine year Virginia did return of Monk, Davis and Farnsworth in warehouse superintendent of all Lee
their children and some of their joyed a pre Christmas celebrationwith system, word of mouth. The messagewas her as manager and Mrs. Vance Russ was Gainesville and Starke; Sue Crawfordof County schools. Cdr. Moore ill the
grandchildren spent the day with a group of his relatives in for Virginia Howard to meet witha salary at that time.Virginia did receive a Graham, Debbie Pate of Leesburgand Skippr of the U.S.S. Ray submarineand
them. Jacksonville where they dined representative of the Federal Greg who is studying for the : the Tiltons are both employed by
Virginia and her husband Samuel
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton w revisited together at a nice restaurant. .Government at Brooker school. Pur- Lee reside in ministry at Stetson University. Eastern Airlines
Brooker where this
during the holidays by their pose to start a lunchroom program all began. The old school near has long Douglas said that in all the years of Those enjoying a ski trip to> the
son and family, Rev. and Mrs. Silver Anniversary for the students and staff. After obtaining since been torn down and service, he had only three minor accidents lodge near Boon, N.C. during the
Leonard Melton of Spring Hill, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Melton Sr. permission, Virginia and her modern building. The cafeteria replaced bya is and was never bitten by a dog. holidays were: the William Harrell
Steven Earnest and his fiancee celebrated their Silver Anniversary sister Flora rode the school bus into housed in and the Around Town family Winston Kelly and son Dion,
Diane Fox of Jacksonville spent on Dec. 29 with a trip to Plant City. town for the meeting ((44 years ago lunchroom a separate is building> under the Mr and Mrs. William Simmons, the Joe Robinson family, Dana Dyal,
Christmas with his parents, Mr. and very few motorized vehicles were direction of program Georgia Howard.As now Mr. and Mrs. David Crews Mr. and Robin Williams and the Jerome Kelly
Mrs. Wallace Collins. Special TrainingC.W. Mrs. Stanley Youngblood, and Mrs.
available! in this area transportationwas family.
Mrs. Garnet Studer enjoyed the Melton, Jr.has returned to the by buggy, wagon, horseback or Virginia Electric says, it sure is differentnow. fresh Fredia Crews, all of Jacksonville, Mrs. Doris Kelly reports all of her
Christmas visit of Cheryl Ann Page of Army Base at Ft.Stewart.Ga. following > walk). meats. In her day refrigeration iceboxes and were the Christmas day guests of the children were home for a Christmas
Hendersonvllle a month of special training In cann- Allen Crews family. Lenox and his family
N.C., van and Gteg Imagine Virginia's surprise when ed meats. The food is basically the feast except
Page Cindy Bowman. Patricia and California. she arrived at the school to find the same but prices sure change 5 cents Visiting the Howard Douglas family who live in Cincinnati:
Jason Jacksonville. during the Christmas holidays were: River Church
Redlinger of government not only sent an agent New Baptist
meal then 50 and
On Christmas Eve Santa Claus paida Back In Hawaii but had delivered pots pans, dishes, per Brooker Mail Carrier Retires up now. Greg Douglas Eddie Douglas andfamily Wednesday Dec. 31, the Baptist
visit to Marine Corporal Donald Slade, Jr. of Stance, Sue Crawford and will hold watch night at the
the Francis Meng// home etc., two oil stoves (one a 2 burner, house Howard Church a
where all their children and'grandchildren and his wife, Brenda and daughter, one a 3 burner) and two portable Open honoring husband of Graham and Debbie Pate church from 7 until midnight. A chili
Douglas retiring mail carrier, will be
Cindy, have returned to the Marine of Leesburg.Chaplain will be served to those atten-
except Gerald of Lake ovens; dry beans, gallons and gallons held in the educational building of supper
Tahoe, Calif., were gathered for a Base at Kailua, Hawaii. They had of canned vegetables, shortening, Brooker Church Alonzo Norris and wife ding.Saturday.
family dinner and gift exchange.The come home to attend the funeral of his flour,meal,.etc:. The Government was 4, between Baptist the hours of 2:30 Sunday and,Jan.4:30 Jerry, daughter Selenia and grand- Jan. 2, the choir of the
entire family: of Mr. and Mrs. grandfather, Bud Slade, on Oct. 26. ready to start a nutritional programat Co-workers and friends will host: daughter Cricket of the Air Force First Baptist Church in Safety Harbor
Paul Meng had Christmas dinner with They were fortunate to be granted an the school. The principal of the p.m.affair base at Ft. Stewart, Ga. were the holi- will perform at the New River Church
and the is invited to
them. The evening was climaxed with extended leave and to spend school was very much against'the .the attend.On public day guests of his mother, Margaret beginning at 7 p.m. All those wishingto
the arrival of Santa Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. McEeen. hear this choir, please be
who presented program. His argument, the area was Jan. 2 Howard 55 will great pre-
Douglas, ,
and Mrs Donald Slade Sr.and Craig Wood and family of
gifts to all the good grandchildren Kelly strictly farm community and a child sent.
goodbye to 6 days of sorting
present. Although he had a little difficulty also his grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude could take a lunch pail to school much and of Charleston A.F. Base in S.C. were
Slade and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. packing delivery approximately guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
remembering all.the names of easier than a parent could producefive Brooker Church
some of the thirty' in number Horace Gann of Starke. All of their cents per child per meal. After all 74 2,000 mile route pieces at of Brooker.mail per day over a Lloyd Woods. Jeff, Craig's oldest son Lottie Moon offering is still neededto

celebrating there, everyone was hap relatives and friends were glad they some families consisted of from 6 to 8 When Douglas started deliveringmail is residing with his grandparents and meet our goal for Foreign Missions.We .
py with presents received. Many of could spend this time with them. children enrolled in school at .the 30 for the first 6 attends the University of Florida. will continue to accept your offering ) -
ago years
their family stayed on for the time.A the roads years and the route Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Sowells visited thru Sunday Jan. 4. Your
were unpaved
weekend. On Saturday they all en- VisitorsMr. called meeting went out to all Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weeks in Quitman, cooperation is deeply appreciated.
was 45 miles long. As time went along
joyed another family reunion at the and Mrs. Cecil Mattheus enter parents to meet at the school for a the roads were paved and Douglas Ga. Christmas Eve. Revival services will be held!
home of Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hunterin tained many relatives'during the discussion of their views. of the pro- route was increased to 74 miles Mr. and Mrs. David McLean and Wednesday, Jan. 21 1 thru Saturday
Keystone Heights, where they hada Christmas holidays. Among those gram. When he mail per sons of West Palm Beach are visiting Jan. 24 at the Air Park Baptist Churchin
delicious steak dinner. visiting were their son. Glen Mat- The agent spoke about the advan- post day. cards sold began for delivering one cent and her parents, the Bob Nails, for a few Starke with Brother Ben Bryant
theus of Folkston, Ga. Their granddaughter tages of the program, of sanitation days. guest speaker. Brother Lacy Conway
five cents
stamps were compared: to
December Birthdays Pam Lanier and her fiance, conditions involved and being able to todays' 10 and 15 cents.In Mr. and Mrs. Philip Vallenga and extends an invitation to all to come:
Leslie McKinney celebrated her Scott Wilson of West Palm Beach, serve a hot, nutritional meal to the addition to postal service daughter Joy were the Christmas and worship with them.Have .
were overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs.. guests of his mother Mrs. William
12th birthday on Dec. 18. students. The federal government
Douglas has a farm and raises
Sidney Dell celebrated his birthday Ralph Langfora and family of Fer- would ship in staple goods for the program livestock Vellenga in St. Petersburg.Cdr. .
a project he will continue to
Dec. 21.DDnald. nandina Beach also visited them. On and this could be subsidized by & Mrs. E.F. Hilderbrant of
after he
Monday their daughter and son-in-, pursue retires. Cape Coral, Cdr. & Mrs. Charles R.
Smith, Jr. turned eight on purchasing fresh vegetables from
The son of Iva Douglas and the late
Dec. 22.Sean Jaw of West Palm Beach spent some area farmers. The workers would be Moore III, daughter Jennifer and son

Smith celebrated his 11th birthday time with them. Besides the delicious paid out of monies received for the Ii V -If" .::. ...n -, I A.. FI ""1/1 I
on Dec. 24. food and hospitality, they all enjoyed lunches. Virginia was convinced the
On Christmas Day Audrey Ford a yard full of Christmas decorations,, program was a good one. She believedso
was 5 years old.Cassandra including the Nativity Scene,Santa on strongly that she proposed that the -1
Fisher was 10 years old the housetop, elves and other festive program be given a chance. Since v
Dec. 26.Ann lights and scenery. Other visitors on there were two months of school left
Carol Roberts was 6 on Dec. 28. Sunday were Mrs. Ruby Mattheus, in the year, she would prepare and P/
On Dec. 28'' Lonnie Custer daughters I. and grandchildren serve the meals at no charge for her
celebrated his 7th birthday. numbering 11, from Chiefland. All service. ,
had a marvelous time! Finally an'agreement was reached

Visit and the lunchroom became a reality. le
I, Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Melton visited Sunday visitors of the Paul Meng The school library was stripped of
': her mother, Mrs. Rose Parsons in and Francis Meng families were their books (which were stored at the end IIh
Starke on Saturday. They had a pre cousins;Jim Meng and children,Tim, of the stage in a small room), folding
1 J birthday celebration for her at the Mark, Marianne and Emma Lou of tables, chairs, sinks, storage, stoves,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Melton. Tipton, Indiana. They were enroute to etc. were installed. Virginia was
1.| Mrs. Parsons' 93rd birthday occurredon Pensacola after having enjoyed ready to serve lunch.
Dec. 29! so other family members Busch Gardens, Disney World, Sea She well remembers the first meal-
helped ,celebrated with a decorated World and St. Augustine. Since they green beams,boiled potatoes seasoned
cake and other refreshments. Among left zero weather in Tipton they were with lard bread and butter, and jello n
others attending the celebration were not too disappointed inthe glum with fruit cocktail. The breads were
Mrs. Katie Thomas and daughters, weather Florida( experienced during homemade cornbread or biscuits, not
\ Judy and Katie Ann, and Mr.and their trip. the light breads> of today. In to take off to
Zooming an exadvenf -
Mrs. Irvin McConaghy and children Fresh vegetables were purchased you
.. lof inesviHe.. '# ,. "%?! 'i1' a a .. locally String beans,'green peas <* ''i t : !tlnJl uraTpf 36MM.up ; new a good
MP. ands: Mrs.'.. JffipUape \ Collins? Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. and Mrs potatoes at 25 to 30 cents per bushel \t l ;' ,r. ,, tlrt- ejxporienceslI
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I IreAjnfcd I fouHiayisW I hmne 'theIr! y tl&ughter J oJ< WCTg and a\I' I I Francis Holiday Meng}open, enjoyed Ho Se< r Party attending dt the the j jI I a while bit below squash today's went for prices.20 cents.. Quit! ''I ':) h'- "f H Jip.tt-ilftd{ J : ( C I I L.'' .... "7* J. Happy New Year.

t. family Mr. and Mrs.' Donnie Knox, home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oeschger in Sugar cane syrup, fresh eggs, milkor '.'
felicia and Chris of Atlanta. Joycew Starke on Saturday. a side of bacon was payment for
'i pleasantly surprised on Dec. 26, Leo>> and Virginia Defour of some of the farm childrens' meal. Mosley

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would have to purchase, items that
'Dld'You Know. .... ... ,.. relatives, Mr. .and Mrs. Henry Spell were used in every day cooking. The .155 W. Brownlee
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Bring in New YearBradford

,. High School winter athletic teams will be trying to leave a combined I
__ ...17 start behind as they enter the new year with hopes of better tidings. 1WI
v The Tornado crimson will be back in action Tuesday night, Dec. 6,as the Tornado e
wrestlers host Ocala Vanguard and the Lady Tornado basketballers go to
Gainesville to test the Purple Hurricanes of GHS. 7
The wrestling match the first at home for the 0-2 Tornado grapplers opens at .
8:30: p.m. with JV matchups. The wrestlers go to( Green Cove Springs against '
always-tough Clay Wednesday night.Jan. 7. Match-time there Is 7 p.m. t'\W
The girls basketball game In Gainesville Tuesday is set for 7 pm. The _
Tornadoes, the only BIIS winter squad to break even before the Christmas brew '
(with its 4-4 mark), were disappointed by GUS 40-39 on a last-second basket
earlier this season in Starke. The Bradford girls also visit Santa Fe Monday,Jan.
12, at 6:30 p.m., before returning home against district leader Buchholz and its : :1t
6-2 center Tammy Jackson for a 7 p.m. game Thursday Jan. 15. %
Bradford's Tornado boys, both varsity and JV, have off until Friday Jan. 9,
when they go to Live Oak for a 8:30: 8 p.m. doubleheader. Live Oak's varsity is
10-0 at presstlme while BHS will bring in an 0-7 record.The Tornado; JV(0-4) also
will be looking for a first win. The Biggest Wrestler BoostersThe

The basketball hardest working fans of the Bradford High wrestling team' are the
boys squads go to Eastside Tuesday Jan. 13, before coming
back home for a doubleheader against Baker County Friday, Jan. 16. Wrestleretteg. a group of BHS girls who do everything from scrubbing down the
practice mats to screaming their support for the Tornado at matches.
The BUS weightlifters get the official start to their season Wednesday,Jan. it' The 1980-81 WrcBtleretes are: front row. left to right, Robin Lyons Connie
r when Jacksonville Englewood comes to town for a 3 p.m. meet after school. Kane, and Joy Nugent. Back row, left to right, Jane Saucer and Ella Mann.


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Jordan here completing a clean-and-Jerk lift and the rest of the Tornado __
weightlifters will next sec action Wednesday Jan. 14, In a home meet against __
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PANTRY PRIDE : ;a.-..;. ,' '' .''K'
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Linebacker-noseguard Kevin Reddish, the senior who had to plug most of the 10 La BAa U.S.OR EXFANCYRED OOLOEN PIIR POaI'tD WESTERN PER F< |alp| ,,
holes in what was otherwise an inexperienced and up-and-down Tornado defense BAKINGPOTATOES
t was.*..A ALT named to the Gainesville Sun's first team. All Area club as a_noseguard last. .:. BAG 1 LB $159.: $1 i?8 DELICIOUSAPPLES 38 ANJOU PEARS 48<: j

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The 5-9 175 pounder was far and _. 1:d'i'iaq .. ..... ....,, ...:.:.
the 't a .VII..U'O.D.'L' RAVB'0' PACKED FRESH DAILY AVE i0. FLORIDA JttlCB! ." .." .
away leading tackier for 3-7 BUS NI.OOTNCOUPON rIa.i.lif'fl.
while pulling double-duty as an offen- 'kTJtt. ..AIM/:"" : coupon WITH I A .JAN.?,90 OR none rooojyaatfHOUHOCO. Asstd. Greens .98 Slaw or 'Salad. BAQ 84O Oranges 1 Iii.. 12i'1b1CJ\ >
sive guard much of the time. ,. ORDER.TOBACCO PBODUf TB jAY!!20'A L.COUNTRY STAND AVB 10*.PREBH PLORIDA 8AVB!20. ENDIVE. lOMAirtB I

the Named two senior to the members Sun's second of the team Tornado were : l :........,,, iW'ssl4tltr"e. Mushrooms .. u*l5 Gr pefrult'oI.f": fj6/$1 Escarole.1tar; : .I: $

backfield -- quarterback Bill Goodgeand -- .c I '
fullback ;Mike Jordan -- along with ,
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offensive linemen Bruce Kehberg I1MI!!! KINQ'SlzLA1 i..- aAnoo+oe
(junior) and lUcky riffis (senior). LOW PRICE
Named to the honorable mention list BREAD r U KaispY I D
despite missing most of the season's second ,. -W LIBBY'S HORMEL
half was junior noseguard Kenny 2
Wright. Also making the honorable SUNSHINE CHILI lys
QREEN BEANS, tl s svAa
mention list from BHS were defensive SALTINES RBQ.OR HOT + a
backs Kenny Etheridge (senior) and LOAVES CUAM''''.VMOU lUUNIBt 15oaCAft'" -4
Brian Thomas (junior). SA\\ao\ + ,"+ ISos PKQ. CORN or PEAS 1x I sAVEEo'
The All Area team was made up of KoxCAN I-., I
top players from the Sun's 69'
coveragearea 6 9 I I IJ"
outside of Alachua +fYiflt3qtA
County which (:
had its own All County star squad),with "" r. .I SAVE 2O* I 3YOC1gRCHOIC.; I ) tv-0".asp a I
BHS the only class AAA school included I
among the AA and A all stars. AVE!...I PAS pVir i'.lnd'! -II'., ._ SAVE 'Q 1" .. .' nr

Muffins 2 ",,<.. +,. 3/t( j .....1 ) '* '.
Football Statewide... AVB !.'.S PAK PANTRY.1I1 }I otmTOtfBw- '4 6
Kevl..lteddlshIlurrlcanes SAVE aa IOO CT.PAKTKT Pains SAY!a0.e.OC WI IIPRAYCranberry
Ga'nesville High School's Purple Muffins ) .t,. 'G }. .1,,, Tea I39 STSIBAVB :'L. ;-139
and I'disacola Tate used .. Bags '' ,
MVI!200.70a.COUNTRY' MUIRE ? ", .
power football to steamroll to state titles a couple of weekends back. AVB 7O. I*M BIG TATE SO* ._OCEAN BPIIAY
Gainesville's smothering defense held vaunted Titusvllle Wheat Bread w.2B8tAVB : .5 ** + Jul *!39v
to 52 yards rushing Instant Potatoes $. Grapefruit ?y l. ,
while grinding out 235 itself in a 21-10 win for the AAA title in Titusvtlle. ao. ta PAK PAHTHY ,2179ie'" lAva so,aao*PII1' > .'h AM'SI'.a.V HurKinriACkibiTRAi.x'...
HIIS Head Coach David Nurse was on hand and said huge Gainesville(( which Dinner Rolls., : mj 9". '
... Coffee Creamer. ;j? ncake Mix .1.890
ended .1) manhandled Titusville ((13-2) "just like they've done( everybody else. "* 1 N
SAY!.00.too*ooioen tor
Their defense was just too doggone tough. Titusville was never really in the -y ,RAp. : S EVERYbAY
ballgame." Apple Pie. . ggCAppian PIZZA.5Ef Syrup.aloE
Way ( ) .Waflleara .- 89C :1 ..
Tate (14-1 won even more impressively, crushing!Miami Columbus (13-2) 35-7 SAYS 1O*. 13: PAK AMT. UIKCHEOIt j AVB:a*'' IO CT.PANTRY PRIDB .."L.l*._'...........-_. "
by rolling up 348 yards on the grouhd. Hard Rolls. .'89 $ *
.' 99 .
Wakulla <12-11 had Trash Can Liner. aSpaghptUSauces.99 KECXILAROR
won the AA Florida title and Belle Glades Day (13-0)) was : WITH i
the class A champ. *TO3Bi MARSHMALLOWS M

Bulldogs Are Talking to Clark
University of Georgia baseball coach Steve Webber'al1d an assistant coach
stopped off in Starke last Monday to take a look at Bradford High's Kenny Clark a a MFM I
during an informal practice session at BUS., "
While Clark and teamates Randy Parado. Scott Allen Bill Goodge, and Brian I $119
Thomas took infield practice and hit in the drizzly weather Webber watched and g 9 4C 88AVB iCO&ftIlIllC
with dad Clark. .
chatted Kenny's Tommy >>
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"He followed the Clarks home (to Hampton and talked more about Kenny 320:1: 1C ANS, .
signing down there so apparently he's real interested," said Tornado Baseball SA"U' SAVE 20. ue.a
Coach Mike Hartley an ex-Gator baseball player who Is mapping out Kenny's lul
exposure to college and pro baseball scouts. 'It turned out real good I think. Ken- !...I U ELBOW 1uovei"unn CIVUUM Mtv=- AVB as.air JOAK Of ARC UOHT OR DARK IlAva 1a...VIOO Rv7AMacaroni..289

ny didn't hit the ball all that well but they were still impressed.I think they were *zf/*r'" Ginger AleD..3/1 Kidney Beans 3/l Yellow Rice ., .41 :n-::
looking more for the way he swung the bat and handled himself than how he .
AVB 3r.MY.DBW.DIET PEPU OK Swell CUKE suet OH !t"A''(
made Hitting contact.wasn't an easy task what with the batting machine being knocked out Grape Jelly. .93 .!<<1 PepsICola..m19 Soup Starter. .9.9c Hamburger Dill. .59* :u:}

of the box early by an electrical short. "Nobody had thrown any live batting AVB ia4M FRUIT SAVE!."ao COUNT: ,SAYS$O.!_ABN S MUUMWM SAVE*o>.IBMCarpet T.BI

practice and the balls were wet," Hartley said. "Nobody could throw strikes. Punch . .. 97 Sl" Bounce FA. K *OFnriB. ifiyAVB Oven Cleaner. ,99 Scent. ''. .99 )7 '
Still the 'Dog coach (who was an assistant at UP before taking over the
AVB S-2S.AUMINOM ,to* IB ox. 3 Mm. Brand IMM or .a to.rr,.AM'T.DBUOIM cou IlAVII 10*.MM _
) praised the BHS talent."He(Webber) said we had a real good
Georgia program .
nucleus of the guys there and some fine talent." Foil . .. 4540 so. Old Fa8hio.e. Oats 69 Bounty Towels .88 Mandarin Oranges49 i


. ':i: Odds Speaking and of Ends Coach..Hartley he and wife Donna brought a new boy into the APPLE 8LICEn HALVES SUNSHINE :.;5: : s F' : :t5;

I world this weekend Will Clayton Hartley Just the Christmas present Mike and JUICE CHEEZITSlOos I
t Donna wanted... .MPEACHES REy"NOLD' 4
.. ..Richard Smith the BHS record-holder in the half-mile, will SCIOn open his col- : I
legiate running career with JUCO power Seminole Community College. !! $ I19: 'I i 59*: ALUMINUM FOIL
Seminole opens its indoor track (Richard's first shot at that game) season Fri ISM 73 SO. FT. ECONOMY MOLL.TH :,1
day. Jan. 16, at the University of Florida's spanking new O'Connell Center. 64ca. CAM PKO.. I THI. cexipon oooo ---.eo
The 600 may be Richard's indoor race for distance-deep Seminole.though he's SAVB2O SAVE.14 0 aura 10*' THRU weo,jr.T.15.1.A .
gearing for the outdoor SCO meters. In time trials a couple of weeks back the ...... .......>. q:
former( Tornado got under the 1:14: national JUCO meet qualifying standard for
the 600... s.
...The boys and girls track teams at BIIS met before Christmas, on Dec. 18, to
talk about the coming season, with practice starting after (tie break. Coaches SWITCH TO PANTRY PitlCffi5TAJX

the Rick new Stevens girls and coach.Cole Chllders will direct the boys team while Buddy Revels is

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January I. 1881 LEGILVtI .' Pal&t'\ ,
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.No 'Qinstmas Basketball Joy for BBS


"1 can see some light ahead," says from outside,deadly accurate from 29 the first period, lost the second period tage In the first period and maintained -
Coach Mike Sexton after his 0-7 and 25 feet out the entire width of the 15-0, the third 30-4 and the fourth that margin. It was 12-12 in the se-
basketballers were bombed In'the court. 2712. BK had Its second string in after cond quarter, BHS lost the third
Bishop Kenny Christ mas Tournament Class 4A Ribault, by far the tallest the first period. period 17-15 but won the fourth 1716.
but the head Tornado saw some im. and fastest and with a bench it could Only bright spot for BHS was the Play-maker guard Mack Morelandled
provement."We draw from without giving up either 4-for-7 shooting performance of guard all scoring with 26 points and 6-3
settled down some, We stayed speed or talent, won the tournament Todd Jackson who got into the game center Claude Barrington added 12 r
more with our game and shot better,* easily.'Bishop Kenny is a smart ball in the second half and tied Eddie points to lead Paxon.
Sexton''' said of the Tornadoes' 59-50( club with good shooters but withoutthe Thompins, 2-for-9, for the BUS scor.Ing Bradford got balanced scoring,
defeat by Paxon in the consolation, speed or depth of Ribault. lead at 8 points. Jackson handled which pleased Coach Sexton, when
game. BUS lost 94-31 to host Bishop Ribault is 8-0 after the tourney the ball without turning it over and Eddie Thompkins, Den Tankard,
Kenny and Ribault bombed Paxon 'championship.( BK Is 7.1.BK9IBITS31. earned himself a starting spot Tuesday Kerry Fisher,and Todd Jackson each It
89-35 in the preliminaries Monday night. Starting guard on the JV scored 10 points. The Tornadoes shot /
night, Dec 22: last year Jackson has been out with. a better,hitting 9 of 26, or 34 percent, of

Ribault won the tourney by beating The Tornado five hit on just 12 of 68 broken hand. their field goal attempts in the first
host Bishop( Kenny 7262. Ribault led baskets, 17.6 percent In the opening Coach Sexton started his three half and 11 of 44, or 25 percent, in the -
by 16 points in the first half using a 94-311088 to host Bishop Kenny. "big" men against Bishop Kenny. second half. _
run and gun offense that Bishop Ken The was over four minutesold They responded with 21 rebounds but The Tornadoes were still plaguedby
ny just couldn't handle. Ribault forward game only 14 points between them Eddie turnovers against Paxon, Coach
and Bradford down lM( >
Eric! Thomas and guard\ Paris before Ben was Thompkins led the rebounding for Sexton started Jackson at point guard r
Drain would simply pull up and shoot jumper.Bradford Tankard down hIt( a'21-6 two-foot after BHS with 8, Kevin Howe had, 7 and along with Tankard Thompkins,
Ben Tankard 6. Fisher, and Steve Marks in the second
-.M.r4/ 4 r m11-II game.,
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> Tankard led BHS with 18 rebounds.
Thwnpklm! !.*... T.nk-rd ...-t. Mm*
CHRIST LUTHERAN l-4, NifcOT....*. _.... ......w...,..0.II 0,tmitr. Thompkins, who was stepped on and
'.'41, Wlnktor" '*1. teckM*...,Wllllwoi 14'S, Ml left the game in the final minutes with
00., _.. F00. '_,I. II-7-JI.. foot and Fisher each had
'CHURCH .......l Kwwyi .f>n4l...r fr.M, GAIN ,..... 1.4h an injured ,
-4-I4, Mwp ..,.,. fchuclin .-..... ttoiMritof -, ....... 12 rebounds.
1-.2:1.: Kick I,.1. C.bcM *..*. ,..... "We settled down, stayed more 112.
Pastor .Glen Schmiegd 473241'9"Church .....N. with our game plan," said a more M

Paxon 59 BUS 50 pleased Coach Sexton.O..dhd k ') TVtt
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Service 10:30: AM Both Bradford High and Paxon had ...... 14 4 II 111 II 17 1,10 If V
been bombed badly in the opening .radtar*, Ttlompdlnl ..1.... Timlird I.o.... How. _
night's play but BHS ended last I.0-a, PI......(...... M..... ,-1-,.w...,......D.c.,.,
Keystone Lion's Club up 0-H. WI.kl.,1.01.' JnkMHl t-O-IO. Tefol. 12.I.(0P ? P h !d .
after Paxon won the consolation ..mi Mor...... *...... Holl I..... I...... .... .
game 5950. .............L.tarrlnttofl 4.4.II.Doblnun I.0-1,,Hlckl J'f' r1 l
*Sunday School and Bible School B..um.d- 9 AM Paxon Jumped out to a 14-6 advan- Iii. Milton' 0-4. Tcto*.,.1.19.


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BUS junior Chuck Williams works close to MM V.cMt"- :IN:* le. 'Toiiado inside

play wasn't nearly enough to keep host Bishop. .Kenny. .tow* pwawjiipg/ Bradfordin
.HOOD'SPORE the opening round of he Crusader's Christmas TotMrney.At "" .

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HALF'GAL. SUPERCARTON Coach Sexton has not given up his BHS operates. basically a 13.1
SUPER hopes that Tornado five will come offensive: set with fF-om
D16COaK ALL ITEMS 6 mice GOOD THURS., alive in the second half of the basket '
OVER 3 LB$ JAM. I THRO WED,JAN. 7. 1911.g alignments off that/. not(
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.it ball season. been consist. *. *:with. ( coach
Bradford( High will go to Live Oak to says. _' hat"the
CLB play undefeated Suwannee High in "I'm disappointed $ that
8 8 8 9 A the first post-Christmas game on Jan. we haven't won a baiIP But the
9, then will meet tough Eastside, kids are working hard. I feel we're accomplishing
LB which has lost only one or two games, some. tangs e en though
.... .*.;v... BONELESS Il,-<..w+-i*- 'f 'in Gainesville on Jan. 13. we haven't won" Coach Sqxton says.
SAVE 6o-'ALB( --- y. SAVE.v ftoII. *. "" SAVE 4O ALB BOTTOM ROUND'" T ,n F{"iday.Jan. 16, Baker High of Todd Jackson, who { starling

r! ,. ... ."Macclenny. comes to Starke.
'" aR; "-, I tun.d'.Ii'tl .... spot with his wont in the
_9'aCl's gvaaM r.... p Ix f."wl 41 BOHBIBHWUnMMtaMaOCMIIWTni V. V "I feel we're very capable of Bishop Kenny Tourna-
......AWI wl'..ii'awC'r': -- . beating Macclenny. That should be a
AVB:ai*A&.II->LB TUB MR*.PlLIIIII'NIIOI'I' UC DMMT ROAST ment, is a good floor man He'll be the
Beef Short<< Rlbs.i9; Vegetable '.Spread.*liaAVC Variety Pack2N.178 the starting middle point.part (of We'll the schedule hit a stretch when in I take charge guy.we've beep lacking,

MV.....IV...A...UOvm..MMMO 11M U..JkA.OfWLOM CHtMtt IQ'1..pKO.ODARTp 1 Mv..a.lloai.'Q"DCO.._ think we should be very productive" Coach Sexton says. The Tornado five
hasn'td" a Jake charge; man (the
BeefforStew.ush OIeo.38c Meats..48c Coach Sexton
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team could depend on consistently,he
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Beef. u *l** merlcanSingles '1s* Franks OSCAR MATER "168 Coach Sexton says the team has won In the 'seven', losses seine team

...,.IS A U..........__lS. .'. ,AVB a..I.M car PAHTWT PRIDE AVB'11'-aou rno.nUN. .."K.U.UKK the first halves of several games but members have seen a lot of playing
'A""A nwn..a. .noon..o.u..nu."" Spur .078"1' Sunny land ........,. I98 .* SAVE.SOTAoLBMO ." lost the offense in the second( half. time. The experience is bcjund to do
0 0. .M""" The team starts back to practice them good, Coach Sexton notes.
Pick, of!the. Cllcku-118 -t" m. Wednesday, Dec. 31. "We'll work real "We've developed some depth," he

.. I.ltttitl ..-. hard these next few days going backto said, naming Tankard, Tfcompkins.
some of the basics. We'll try to get Fisher,Jackson, Marks, Watkins: Ed-
L.YKE9%ASSORTED g back to really staying with our offensive die Winkler, Kevin Howe, and. (Isham

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4.T I:BRISKET .f.. .J MEAT a4..PACRAOI OH BEEP lZ l Hartley and his baseball team have already been,working i out as a, group.,.

SAVE x : 2T03La8 ...It's a small world folks. It's not surprising that busy UK Ouiiir football; coach
$188 $198j vAa'Oe Charley Pell could have a mixup in plans and have two speaking engagements on
JA \j) $178. the same date, but two in Starke on the same night?. '
t w SA ". SAVE .OO The Starke Gator Quarterback flub is again billing* as the headline
ti\:\;.{ I Pantry speaker for the club's ind Annual football Banquet Thursday, Jam'29, at the
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SAYII7 ..ALB ; Starke Golf and Country Club.That's ': '; :, _.
.tltP \" IIIIiIII A8PIJt great news for the Quarterback Club. Pell ought to be in great spirits
with an B." bowl winner to brag on, but the folks at BUS are a little bit puzzled
algaq"' ..._____ M d" 9ft1 they thought( Pell was penciled in to be at the Bradford High football rtunquel the
.NA.'F-' ,:. ........-,........... 1 ,,,. same night. That banquet is set for 7 p.m. on the 29th at Siarlte.:11"1t'"t..r|.
.'. t .AVB 40Agg I cafeteria. '
.-ICIA-:: '' ... : IuaLao .99C BUS l'ollellih\id llursc hasn't yet figured out the reason for confusion in the
.r '' '' Iw Rlgh. >U Gator camp but promised to find a guest speaker if Pell can't make it o the BHS
JREE: '-- Vidal'.JildtftOon AVB M- arboa' 229Li awards dinner, ;
By the way tickets are$10 to club members for the Quarierlmi l'l.II event,a
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I (Community Newsby George Holiday, III, Kenny Russekk Williams. Tuesday 8 pm. we will First Born Church of The Living "Following the Star". During his
and Miss Agnes Goodwlne. fellowship with Waldo church. God: There will be a Revival meeting discourse, he reminded us that Chris-
New Bethel Baptist Church: Wat Jan. 12-23. Services will be conducted] tian wisdom and know ledge are found
Elizabeth G. Walker Louis Kelly, Jr. and children, Ms. Mouse Guest < chnight service for the Fellowship of nightly Evangelist Outreach Team and nourished through following the
Phone 064-6681 Denise Kelly and son.. Mrs. Mable Mr. Arthur Habkerson! of Churches will be held here beginningat consists of Minister Bruce Cohen star, as did the Wise Men of the East.
Tyson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bethlehem, Pa.was house guest of his 10 p.m. All churches are asked to Minister Frank Jackson of Jackson- On this Christian journey turn not to
Graduation Kelly and children, Mr and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Ella Mae Tyson from cooperate. Sunday School 10 a.m. ville and Elder Kenneth DuPree of the left or right nor look behind. Keep
Congratulations go to Ms, Glenda Regional Kohnm, Mrs. Jessie Mae Tuesday to Friday. Morning Worship with the Youth in Gainesville.The your eyes onthe Star, "Jesus". If we
Faye Johnson for successfully com- flagon and children, Ms. Earlene charge of all services, beginning with Victory Temple Church of God: do this it will help us do all things that
pleting the requirements for her Hagan and children, Mrs. Willie B. Church Activities Sunday School. There. will be a young The members cordially welcome you are pleasing to God.
Bachelor's degree in Business Education (Annie Mae) Jenkins and children, Pleasant Grove United IMethodist speaker. to attend their Worship Service each Mrs Alice Hudson sang two selections -
from the University of Florida. Miss Mary Alice Mosely and Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Com- 'Saturday at 12 noon. "Dear Little Jesus Boy" and
Glenda j is the daughter of Evelyn and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Mosely munion Service :3 p.m. You are Invited American Legion Mt. Alorlah United Methodist "Oh, Holy Night",
Willie Banks and Johnny and Mae and family, Miss Linda A. Leggett The American Legion will meet Church: All members are asked to attend Mrs. Hudson is formerly from
Pearl Johnson. The commencement and daughter, Mrs. Jurutha DeSue Free Canaan True Church of God In Tuesday morning Jan.5,in the annex Watchnight service at New Philadelphia, Pa., where'she was a
ceremonies took place Dec.' 13 In the and family, Mr. and Mrs.Lee Andrew Unity: Watchnight Service will beginat of New Bethel annex at 7 p.m. All Bethel Baptist Church.Sunday School member of one of the Opera. Companies -
Stephen C. O'Connell Center at the Bass and children Miss Lorraine 10 a.m. Sunday School! 10 a.m. Morning members are asked to attend. 9:30.: ( Holy Communion Service 11 .
University. Glenda's future plans are Bass Mrs. Elouise DeSue and family. Worship 11:30( with Missionary Notice! Moderator Simmons is ask- May the Spirit of Christmas be withus
to pursue a Master's degree, starting Friends who joined us in the reunion Best conducting services. ing all officers and pastors to meet a.m.Frances Chapter 140 O.E.S. all throughout the coming year.
in the summer of 1981. Family and were Timmy, Flowers James Elder Sampson> White pastor here Saturday, Jan. 10, at 1 p.m. for presented Minister Clarence i/j Price Sale
friends attended the ceremony. Reed Early Chandler, Mike Tisdale Prayer Band meeting each Monday 8 the purpose of planning a program for Williams, instructor at Community at

....__..-1_...._.. ..______ Lomar Hamilton Mrs.Ella M. Tyson p.m. Teacher Elder Clarence the one day session. Day Care Center. He spoke on The Office Shop
There will be an Emancipation Pro-
gram presented Thursday, Jan. 1,
7:30: p.m., at Greater Allen Chapel
Robert Austin, Jr. of Lawtey. The THEHHMTS Get on extra...d print*with every
public Is invited.Annhersary roll of color of Week and""""I"print film developed and eEl
two rolls of print film fortM price
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. of on*Kodacolor or black and wltlt*.wh n you hav your
Chambers celebrated their 40th wedding Him processed: Eckerd'*...TOPAY AND EVERYDAY.
anniversary Dec. 22. Many con- QUAMANTH Buy only the prints you wa t NohOMle- _
gratulations to the couple. twn If the coot was hn the. picture taking.

Family Reunion
The children of Frazier Kelly reunion _
was held Friday Dec. 26, at the
home of Jurutha DeSue, 415 West
Utah Street. 41
Attending were: Mrs. Lorine p.SiREM
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Voscoe
Hankerson and family, Lott Williams
Mrs. Louis Kelly, Sr, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard (Disnne) Chandler and .
daughters Mr. and Mrs. Sharon ,
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8irf J News present. They played three games, ly Joined them for Christmas day. and children, her son and daughter- Christmas evening dinner guests of until Friday with her'sister, Mrs. J.P..
-M lit after which Mrs. Chesser opened her Wayne Thornton of Fort Hood. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Griffis their parents Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Wyrick of Tallahassee. They, with
!. > gifts. They served cake and punch for Texas visited his parents, Mr. and and daughter Dana, of Jacksonville, Altwater also of Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Wyrick's son-in-law and
br.idi refreshments.Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Thornton for the were dinner guests of Mrs. Nellie and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr.,and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
: '*. |by Miss Elizabeth! Terry Ernest Hewitt and son Jerry of Christmas holidays Wilkinson and sister ,Mrs. Daisy family,were Christmas dinner guestsof Carter, were supper guests of their
ol ''n. ; Phone 783-3300 Tallahassee spent Christmas day Mrs Doris Barbour and children, Boch. After lunch, Mr. and Mrs. their brother-in-.law and sister, Mr. son and daughter-in-law Mr. and
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Arlie and her mother, Mrs. Opal Lewis Robert Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil and Mrs. Robert Joiner and family of Mrs. Larry Carter and family
"Rrsonale: Dobbs. They .brought, dinner with went to Wilmington N.C to visit Mrs. Griffis, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jacksonville. Other guests were Mrs. Wednesday evening. Mrs Wyrick and
V'Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of them. Lewis' sister Mrs. Clara Cummings White,spent! the afternoon with them. O.J. Boyette, Sr., of Lake City and Miss Terry were Wednesday over
-'Milliard' visited their mother. Mrs. Melvin Futch of Jacksonville was a for the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith of' Mr. and Mrs.Don Boyette and familyof night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carter.
Q.J. Anders, on Sunday afternoon''' recent dinner guest of.Mr. and Mrs. .and Mrs.Danny Luke and Erin, Jacksonville were Friday belated Macclenny. All of them enjoyed Christmas dinner
baa J:)1l>ee. 21)). Truman Norman and Mrs. Carl. ) spent Christmas weekend with their Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Johnny Devore of Winter Park together with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Prevatt. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaleyand Mrs. Henry Smith and children. spent Christmas with his mother Carter.
Wednesday (Dec. 17) with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Southerland of family of Tampa.Mr. Lisa, Stephanie, Rhonda,' and Mrs. Pauline Devore.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and
nl'Mrs.' Willie Green and their sister, Hartville, Ohio visited their brother .and Mrs.Lynn Boch and Jenny, Michael Starling were ,Christmas .and Mrs.Glenn Shuford,Nancy family, were supper guests of their
* 'Mrs. Lavonia Griffis, of Starke. They and sister in-law, Mr. and Mrs. of Alachua, were Christmas Eve supper afternoon guests of their uncle: and and cousin Stacey visited Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of
reame for her and. brought her back, Rowell Prevatt for the Christmas guests of their mother,. Mrs. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nettles of Mrs. Doss Higginbotham, of Max- Clay Hill on Saturday night.The occasion
home. holidays. Daisy Boch and grandmother Mrs Lake City. ville, on Saturday night. was to celebrate Mr.Carter's birthday -
nJI"The ladies. of the! Ffrst Baptist Christmas Eve Mrs. John Tye, Sr. Nellie Wilkinson. Christmas day, Mr.: and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and .
Church were hostesses for a Bridal spent the weekend with her soninlawand Mr. and Mrs. Henry'Smith visited James Bowman and son, Bryan, were family were Christmas dinner guestsof Mrs. J.P. Wyrick and her sister
Shower for Mrs. Donna Herndon, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tommy their sister-in-law. Mrs. Ollie Smith, Christmas dinner guests of their their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miss Terry, attended the Bible Study
Chesser on Thursday night (Dec. 18) Talley and family of Jacksonville. of Jacksonville;on Christmas day mother Mrs. R.W. Bowman of Carter of Clay Hill. Program in the Georgia Bell Dickinson -
at the church. There were 18 persons Mr. and Mrs John rye,Sr.. and fami- Christmas day, Mrs. Maines Griffis Jacksonville and they were Miss Elizabeth Terry soent Monday Building Wednesday morning
where Mrs. Wyrick lives. Dr. Harry
Martinez was the speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse Jr., of
Hinesville, Ga.. spent the Christmas
holidays with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Hardee, and Mr. and Mrs.
M.D. Crapse Sr.,and other relatives.
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear,
Ga., and her son, Terry Futch, of
Jacksonville, were guests of her
sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry, Friday
and Saturday. Terry went home
Saturday and Mrs. Futch remained
with Miss Terry until later.
a Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chapman of
\ i/ Jacksonville, were Christmas day
_. .;, dinner guests of Henry Hodges and

:ptl A.iI; : family, and Mrs. Vivian Crawfordand
.. '' sons of Starke.
Art* s. / : Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and
Roach IVJiitil { Mrs. A.P. Hallman, of Keystone
Killer i.REALKILL Heights, spent Christmas week with
( their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake
C r >, oao Worth.
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"., ':'.;;.... .............. family, of Palatka, were Christmas
afternoon guests of Henry Hodges and
family, and Mrs. Vivian Crawfordand
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Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
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,100%comfortable A ab* 1 1' Baker Nursing Home at Macclennyon
D8 i f\f\ Vibrating massager.
sorbent cotton. White 5 t0 : Sf 51 Wet or dry with or Christmas day.
only.( Choice ol'sizes: }. GALAXY 0 9Q v. 24 1 without heat. No. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling and
N BRIft' i y family of Jacksonville spent a short
""""""' .. i; FS-3 REQ. $29.991t0
"r HEATER BEAN POTLAMP 10 .. 100 time with their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Pte' I J 900/1150/1500/ 20 Fleam Starling on Christmas even-
9I fORlilf 'W lta.Fan'orced 3O u0 r PICCO QUARTZ
Instant heat. No. 14"tall.Ceramic basaA a* ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent
at a :.99003 REQ.$34.991 shade, Hex. !
9 pleated '1C'a'I; t New Years week with their soninlawand
9 cr round.REG.$12.99 ,1 .b? Y'IY t ALARM 7' ( daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig
279 O88 Plaasanta/arm./ Carroll and family of Boca Raton
r No. 601 ... Mr. Millard Jordan is visiting his
REG. 517.99OonveTilTanfrio' family In New York for New Year's
r I. week.
'' SVCERAMIC ,'.1499! Mr.. and Mrs John Steele and Mr.

rson m*fds<'. TRIPLE TOP ASHTRAY and Mrs. Dempsey Walker, were
!1 Ithouta'' eee3. i Aesortedeolora. d guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker
EQ. $3.ELD PITCHERTwiattop REQ.$1.69 GENERALELECTRIC and family on Christmas evening for

SH "', 'powaelran' to close.. JU .r SECURITY 1 supper.Mrs. Jean Biles and son. John. Jr.
HER "" y',fiiECi'u h99 N a. 5 ,LIGHT s o of Miami were New Years' week'

Cleaner&anti l y -' '" kO Q Goes on when guests of their brother-in-law ant
freeze. |rfREQ. I 10 O power goes off I IREQ. sister Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts am
'- + 1 BIG PENS tr $11.99WESTCLOXDUNMAR Barry Lee.
$1.49v i RoUerpenalnblack < Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. Sr.. spent
A LON or blue. REQ.98 EA. Christmas week with her son and

fcHCAN l :: + fb1Y' daughter-in-law, Mr.and Mrs. Hubert
Domedlop8 ,FOLDING 2/9SC/ ] ,,1'T' .. PROWSE Wilkison. of Live Oak.
; / ALARM CLOCK Mrs. Wilma Wainwright spent
'conalrecUon. BED "' """"" with her son-in-
Easy to read numerals, Christmas holidays
.L REQ. $18.99- Light-weight aluminum I Iframe. $.SUBJECTWIREBOUN o' '. i sweep second hand.:' law and daughter.Mr. and Mrs. Allen
3" solid foam NOTEBOOK ''White. E'ectrlc.' No. U MJ l Brown and family of Jacksonville.
LAP/BED mattress. Folds for,95 200 ruled&punched 2203 REQ. $8.99 q, ,L 2etorage..33E Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Mr. and
TRAYS j sheets. REQ. $.... 0'y 3 Mrs. Carl Hurst and Mr. and Mrs.
a ff> Plastic folding4O 599 Douglas Hardy were hostesses for a
O legsREG.. $4.99 829 7 6 Christmas cocktail party on Saturday
night. Dec. 27 at the home of Col. and
VIEWMASTER Mrs. Wilson. There were more than
PACKETSHOUSEHOLD two hundred persons present and the

-..",: ..... Cartoons.TV characters Aaae's decorations for the home were
PLASTICS travel ftmore.REQ.$2.19 A beautiful.
JANCO REEIJRODCOMBO" "" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gallagher of
Choice popular PLANTERS Lnm Deland. Mr. and Mrs. James
colors! REG. $399' .Earthen pots In as-. Smooth A Kent operating 8 Gallagher and family of Miami.
44arrvwASTiMAfKrr1SjU.UUNDRYBASKIT] sorted designs& a- neLCeremlaquldedeuper .18 spent Christmas week with their son-
color REQ.$1.99 $ rod*. REQ. $29.93 in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
zaonwAaTttglii Roberts and daughters. All of''
J30 r them celebrated Amie's first birthday -
YOUR .! + Saturday.Dec. 27.
CHOICI5GAL.GASCAN Men's*ladies'styles Elizabeth myth is spending New
In latest fashion Years week with her grandparents.Col. .
.., '
PLANT STAND frames. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson and other

Solid-core circular shelves A BUCKET relatives.
natural wood posts. Easy towllh.poUt..RfiG.$8.99 Floating bucket keeps 25% Mr. and Mrs. Zack Andrews and
Metal construction. assemble. REQ. $29.99 bait alive& lively/- w son. of Rome Ga.. visited Mrs. Elsie
PEG. $4.88 Norman during the Christmas

22SJ5 OFF HCaULARPfUCIS holidays.
691' 359 Lucian Prevatt of Gainesville wasa
dinner guest of his parents. Mr. and

ATO 6iic0| >;l'arn fV..Or: 0dt.: StoresDRUGS Mrs.Mrs.Fleam Joyce Starling Bennett on Friday and her

We flU! Med'cald) rnmj"Jfi'f; :rnfi) ztlilrnfill:1fiJ daughter.Bristol. Tenn.Miss. attended Dianne First Bennett Baptist of

_proscriptions.> W* I.JW.! Js.Ju! LJwr., .. LJLlJWLa Church on unday. They returned to
also honor most Bristol, Tenn. Sunday afternoon
Insurance ( Itwtct3?( after visiting her son and daughter-in-
prescription drug jLPLUi1Jet ., I law. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bennett.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Brown and
.programs.'Ask 831 S r Smrke. Fl" son of Chilhowie. Va.. and Mr. and
your EcfcerdPharmacist Walnut St t a., SALE PRICES OOOD THRU SAT.WHKDAYS Mrs. Tim 'Brown and daughter of
M 9 P.M 4 SUNDAYS 10 A.M.Ml 7 P.M.WC .
RESERVB THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES Hillsvllle. Va.. visited] their parents.
Pastor and Mr. David Brown Mon-
day until Thursday. Mr. Tim Brown. .:
.' : who Is principal of Joy Ranch Chris- ;t
tian Home brought slides of the school
and showed'them in' our church on

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Page 12A TELEGRAPH January. l.l'Ml!>!I ,

Bradford Middle SchoolMarsenna 14jl. c
5,422 Residents Added h "

Brantley Is the only student Stacey Reddish; Rita Richardson I :
of 650 enrolled at Bradford MId- Kelly Baldwin, Allen Gonzalez Erica :
dle School to earn straight-A's for the Gruen, James Hayes Theresa Mc- f'jf
To County in DecadeBased second six-weeks grading period Collum Jimmy Wilson LynnHoltzendorf
which ended Nov. 18. Donna Parker Joseph
Seventh grader Marsenna the Griffis Richard O'Steen George u I
on unofficial U.S. Census New York, tile number two state in daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ricks and Tammy Dempsey.
returns, Bradford County will start population, showed an actual Brantley of Starke says math is her Scholastic Achievement: ,
the new decade with 5,422 more decrease of 4.2 percent in the 1980 census favorite subject,and she likes to read. Sheron McCutchen. L
residents than it had in 1970. and may lose five of its 39 seats in Marsenna also earned straightA'sthe 8th Grade
when first six-weeks along with 12 A/B Honor Roll ,
the House of Representatives
If final figures, to be released
districts are' redrawnfor other BMS students. Phillip Crews, Tony Davis
to cities and counties in April, bear congressional BMS administrators say Miss Christopher Norman Sue Smith
out early reports, the 1970-80 period 1982 elections. Tonia Parks,
Florida's neighboring states in the Brantley is "an outstanding studentin Cheryl Keedwell,
will set a record as the fastest growing Elizabeth Donald Thornton
Southeast showed( much slower every way. She is a member of the Payne,
decade in the county's 119-year Diane Wood Melanie
growth rates: Georgia 17.6%; BMS chorus. Lee White .
history Alabama 12.2 Louisiana 15.1; South Eighty-six students in the sixth Wood, Kay Allen, Pam Austin, Tracy i
Bradford's gain from 14,635 in the ; Baez, Regina Cannavo, Donna Dor-
Carolina 18.4 and North Carolina through( eighth grades at BMS earned
1970 census to an unofficial total of 14.9.! ; places on the A-B honor( roll for the se- miney, Karen Kimutls Stephanie
20,047 in 1980 represents a population madeno Redding Tonja Rigby Jody Rising,
Starke's early, unofficial count in cond six-weeks, meaning they
increase of 37 percent just 4.4 percentage the 1980 census was 5,181-a gain of grade lower than a B. The follow- Amy Roark Alan Rogers, Lenore
points less than Florida's overall only 433 over the 1970 census count of ing students are on the honor roll or Welty Len Eaves, Rhonda Sapp, ,
gain of 41.4 percent during the decade: 4848. In its 1978 projection of growththe scholastic achievement honor roll:; Dawn Scott, Sabrina Snell! Elizabeth wlr
December 31.
ending /
Stitt Judy Strickland Vickie
University of Florida Bureau of
Final state totals were released by and Business Research 6th Grade Thomas, Rebecca Young, Brenda
the Census Bureau last week showing of for A/B Honor Roll Bawek, Janet Brooks, Kimberly
(forecast 5,152
a population
Florida jumped from 5,791,418 in 1970 Starke by 1979. Kelly Jackson,Tammy Moody Cindy Cogdill, Cheryl Foster Maxine
to 9,579,495! in 1980 making it the third The actual growth( in the county ex- Parado, John Clark, Steve Jane, Fralick' Lisa Green. Catherine Lan-
fastest growing state in the nation, Justin Williams Kristin Alday, caster, Rosaland Lennon and Susan
of ..
out ranked only by the sparsely settled ceeded the bureau's projection Shilynn Chaff, Jackie Nguyen. Maria Navalany. I ,.._.... "!'< f_ r .
the 1979. The
western states of Aiuona 52.9 percent for 18,672 1985 by is 21,300 year, but at the present Thomas, Gregory Wiggins, Leslie Scholastic Achievement Marsenna Brantley pictured above, Is the only Bradford :Middle School stu-
and Nevada 63.8 percent growth rate this figure will be topped Wood. Chuck Coburn Rex Bailes Tonya Mitchell. Jimmy Brookins, deut to receive straight A's for the second six-w eek*,grading( period.J
Wyoming was just behind Florida long before tha time. David Burns, Bradford Green andMichael Willie Wright, Edith Giddens, Valarie
with 41 1 percent. Grey. Randolph, Richelle Stowe Zina Mc-
Florida is now the seventh most L.M. Gaines. county: zoning director Cullough and Valarie Jenkins. requirements for promotion which port unities this school term to meet
populous state in the nation and will said that the Census Bureau's at- I. Scholastic: Achievement came to 76.7%. In October of 1979 216 the necessary requirements. All
pick up three additional seats in Con tention had been called to several Vicki Crockrell and Wendy Hsieh. out of 302 8th graders met School students and parents will be notified
gress as a result of the 1980 returns. areas of the county: where undercounts 7th Grade Dates to Remember: Board requirements for promotion January 12.
California, whose growth rate was only seemed apparent. Gaines sawa A Honor Roll Eighth grade State AssessmentTest which came to '71.6%. So in com- The next PTO function will be the
17.7 percent, will gain two seats. It possibility that final official totals Marsenna BrantleyAB results will be sent home on Mon- parison, 5.1% more 8th graders pass- Feb. 14 dance in the BMS gym at 7
is still the most populous state with a might reflect Increases up to 15 percent day, January 12 The results were ed the Oct. 1980 testing than did in p.m. Dress will be Sunday best.
1980 count of 23,310,372 residents. over the preliminary figures. Honor Roll very positive this year. Mr. McKin- Oct. of 1979. Please realize that the The (faculty and staff at BMS would
Amy Jo Carter Karen Martin, ney reports on the 1980 scores that 207 23.3% who did not meet requirementson like to extend to you and yours a very
Sharon Martin. Donna Parado, out of 270 students met School Board the SAT test will be given many op- Happy New Year! !' !

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INVITATION on a solvent"' national or

I _e I.EGA1S 0 1 U IIIDDi.S state bank: or a Bid. )Bond W AR
In the form
.- Notice ,is >:reby given provided In
that the City of Stark.. the Contract Documents, "APlVN
ADVERTISEMIP1: : FORBIDS: executed by the Bidder
I 10. Florida will receive'
DEPARTMENT/ Section 215 of the Federal Water Pollution Control
OF GENERAL SERVICES and a qualified
DIVISION OF JLas amended by Section 39 of the Clean Water Act of sealed bids In the City surety
CONSTRUCTION Chambers payable to City of
Council ,
AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT I97 (Public Low 92-217) which requires that' preference City Stork., Florida. --
Starke Florida
b. given to the use of domestic construction materialsBuy --
PROJECT: Improvements to the Sewage 32091 at 7:00 The Owner reservesthe
System, ( American). p.m. an
FSPIUCI Campl.lC. Stark. Florida which comprises an of. the 16th day of January right to require the e
luont pump notion, Fore Main. Holding Pond Overland thu regulations relating to Items 1-10 are contained in 1981 for the Construction successful Bidder to file'
detail In the SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL CONDITIONS of proof of his ability to
Flow Field. .Iec.rlcal..rvlc.. piping and of the Streets and
The appurtenances. ,the Contract Documents for this Project. properly finance and execute <
FOR: Department of General Servlcai. Drainage Improvements.
QUALIFICATION: All bidders mu.t submit Then all bids will, be the project, a
uollflco- Hove seised and have
NOTICE OF together with his record
opened read :
tlon data of their eligibility to submit proposals five In the publicly
((5)) INTENTIONTO my possession aloud and recorded. of successful completion I
calendar dart prior to the bid opening dot If not REGISTER following/ described personal above of similar projects. The 1.
previously Qualified by the Division for the to-wlt: .
fiscal property
current FICTITIOUS Owner reserves the right
located ;
will be In the
year (July 1 thru June 30)). NAME On. (I) 1979 Ford Northeast of the City to waive informalities in ; ;

Sealed bids will bo received publicly! opened and read Pickup truck I.D. No. of Stark, Flarldo.an" bid and to reject any

aloud on: Pursuant to Section F10GNEA6254 This project consists of or all bids, or to reodver i
DATE AND TIME: January. 20. 1981, until 2:00: P.M. 863.09 Florida Statutss.notice As the property of the the construction of approximately tls*. Award will be mod,
ES.T. Is hereby given above named defendantand 1500 feet of to the lowest r..ponllbl.I

PLACE: Conference Room Florida Slot Prison that the undersigned that on Monday the new pavement and 6550 Bidder. Th. successful

PROPOSAL: Bid must be submitted In full In accordance .- SARAH CLEONE 19th day of January, square feet of resurfacing Bidder to whom the Con'

with the requirements of the drawings, epeclflco- REAGAN. Rt. 3. Box 1981 at one, o'clock on one ditch crossing tract has been awarded
sold day an the premisesof
lions bidding and contractual condition which may b. I 1543, Starke, Fl. 3201. the Bradford County The City reserves the shall sign the ContractAgreement

examined and obtained from the: sole owner doing Jail I will offer for sal right to award a contract Performance
Bond and
ARCHITECT/ENGINEER: William M. butiness, THE or to re-advertise, Payment
Bishop Consulting as and sell to the highest 1
Bond and other
Engineers, Inc., Post Office Box 3407. Tallahassee, DREAMER Rt. 3, Box bidder far cash in hand, whichever may be In Its certificates required in-
Florida 32303TELEPHOMEi. 1543 Stark, Fl. 32091, the above described best Interest.
property sextuptlcoted and return
('04)) 2220334. Appropriation Np. Intends to register sold of told defendantto This project Is to be the signed documents
fictitious under the financed totally by a
DC7877./7W7.. name the aforesaid
satisfy withinten(10)doysafterDepartment ( )
Federal from the
CONTRACT AWARD: The contract will/ be awarded by provisions of aforesaid Execution grant of the date of their receipt.

the Executive) Director Department of General Services. itatute. Dolph E. Reddish, Urban Development Housingand Plans, Specifications,
D.c. 10, 98O/'Publlcation Dot. (FAW). Dated this 3rd day of Sheriff Bradford County and other Contract
and shall' be referred
DEPOSIT: 910009 per set of drawings and specifications December A.D. 1980 In Florida. 12/25 4tchg as HUD Prefect No.to Documents 'ore on file In friendship and in good health, may the days ahead

Is required with a limit of two ((2)) sets per G.n.ral Starke, Fl. 12/11 4tpd 1/19. B.80.DN-12.0316. and may be examined at bring to you and yours a world of peace

Contractor or Prim. Bidder. One half (S50/S25)) of the 11ei The Bid Proposal' shall the office of the City and abundant happiness.

: It 'hall ----ly h''' returned to thgs.General Contractors IN THE CIRCUIT COOS r NOTICE OF be made In triplicate on Clerk, Starke, Florida,
or Prime Bidders who alter having examined the OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL INTENTIONTO a Proposal form furnishand at the office of Bos-

drawings ond specifications,: CIRCUIT IN AND FOR REGISTER ed by the Owner, and sent, Hammack 4
'a. submits a bona fide request for qualification and BRADFORD COUNTY FICTITIOUS submitted to the City of Ruckman Inc., Consulting .

fells to qualify, or FLORIDA. NAME Starke, Florida In a leal- and Designed
'1:1.: submits a bona fide bid, CIVIL ACTION envelope marked Engineers. 2000 Corporate
Case No. 80-507CA. Pursuant to Section '"Proposal for CDBG FY Square
and returns the drawing. and specifications In good condition Alligator Creek RanchFeed
B65.09 Florida Statutes Boulevard Jacksonville,
In re.: The of 80 Program".
wilhln f fifteen (15)) days of the dot. of receipt of Marriage
notice Is Florida, 32216. Plans and
bids. SAMMY LEO SMITH, Husband hereby giventhat Proposals shall bedelivered
VS PATRICIA JEAN the undersigned' to City Hall Specifications may be & Farm Supplies & Vita Ferm
Full of b. Supplement
or partial sets drawings may purchased by SMITH Wile. BOB J. ANTON JR.. Starke, Florida. 32091 purchased from Besient
payment of (tie printing and handling cost at the rate of VicepresidentGainesville either Hammock A Ruckman
"350.00 a let, or $2.00 p.r plan .h.... Specifications maybe NOTICEOF SUIT- Scrap Iron & of the a Bidder representative who Inc., for' the sum of South 301 Starke, Fla. 964-6973

purchased by payment of $50.00 per complete NO PROPERTYTO Metal Co., a Florida core shall obtain a receipt $30.00 per set, "on-

specification. : SAMMY LEO SMITH poration sole owner therefore,.' or by refundable.
BID PROTEST: Bid protesters must be filed.with) the Executive Address, c/o Safeguard] doing business as BRAD registered mall with City Council of the City

Dlrec.or. Department of General Services, within ,Factory. Toppohannock, FORD RECYCLING 452 return receipt re of Starke, Florida. '
seventy two ((72) hours of bid opening. Virginia, North Temple Ave., quested. Itthg I/I.

CONTRACT AWARD: The Contract will be awarded by YOU ARE HEREBY Stark. Fl.32091. Intends The proposal shall be

the Executive Director' Deportment General Services. NOTIFIED that on action to register sold fictitious accompanied by bid CFaasi ,-
Each BID must be accompanied by a BID BOND payableto for Dissolution of mar name under the provisions security in "an. amount f 1 d "A tight of happiness li happineu." Thomas Traharna

the OWNER for five percent of the total amount of the riag has been filed of aforesaid not lest than five percent

BID. As soon o. the Bid prices have been compared the against you Sammy Leo statute. ((5%) of the bid amount. Ada.
OWNER will return the BONDS of all except the three Smith and you or. required Dated this 11th day of Sold security shall be In

lowest reiponilble BIDDERS. When the Agreement Is executed to serve a copy of December A.D. 1980 In the form of a certified Get Result .
Gainesville Fl. 1/1 4tpd check cashier's' check
written defenses If or
your ,
the BONDS of the two remaining unsuccessful _
BIDDERS will be returned. The BID BOND of the successful :any to it. on the plain.tiff's 1/22. M _

BIDDER will be retained until the Labor and Material Pay attorney whosenome RUBBER STAMPS ,
and) address
ment Bond and Performance BOND have been executed li
George H.Pierce, Pierce
and approved after which It will be returned.A certified
t Hardy, P.A. P.O.
check may be used In lieu of a BID BOND. Made-to-Order
Drawer 1030) Starke,
This project| la to bef Inanced In part by EPA Prefect No. Florida 32O91. and file ,

C-120739O10. Neither the United States nor any of itt the original with the Notary Seals *ID Badges Magnetic Signs
Departments, Agencies or employees are or will be a clsrk of the above styled

party to ttiii Invitation for bids or any resulting contract. court on or before

Bidders on this work will be required to comply with: January 26. 1931 otherwise X-Stamper Door & Desk Name Plates

1. The Civil Bight Act of 1964 as amended, and Executive a Judgment may be t

Order 1 1246, and 11375, as amended which prohibit entered against you for v
discrimination based on race, color religion sex 01 the relief demanded In
national origin and require contractors and subcontrac he complaint or petition. OFFICE SHOP
The County
tort on Federally assisted construction projects to take of .
firmotlve action to employ women and minorities! and additional WITNESS my hand and
regulations published in 41 CFR 60-.., in the April the teal 1 of this Court on Telegraph 110 W. Call St Starke Fla 964.6764

7, 1978 FederalRegister.. Vol. 43. No. 68 to 'further Inv December 19. 1980." -- .. .. . ... .
;.... Gilbert S Br2 c.N'of :';: CUtx&seod 4n- ; .r xVM1" \ Send *9.00? todayI S -......u. ,p-4 .w- S* .- i :.w .r. '
plement Title V|o.llh.( Civil vVlflf,I964.as am*.ded. '
....." the Cc urti'; y: -I
and Executive Order 1246, as. amended. ....
Beulah Moody as Deputy -.. ,,,
2. Executive Order 11375. Clerk. 5:. Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C.
3. The Davfs-Bacon Act.
2/2S4tchg: 1115.NOTICE r,
4. The Anti.Kickback Act. NAME 1. Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C.
5. The Contract Work Hours Standard Act. '
6. Append C-2 and Sections of 35.938:: and 35.939 ADDRESS '

from the Wednesday. September 27. 1978. Federal Nonce Is hereby SALE given i i' P Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt

Register dealing with procurement construction. contracts that I I. Dolph E. Reddish CITY_ STATE; ZIP ,
of grantee, and protest. as sheriff of Bradford '
7. Federal Wage ,Rates as applicable to this Project. County. Florida under SR-21 North
Wage Rate Decision received five ((5)) days or more prior! and by virtue of Writ of cost on News stand '

to the date lor receipt ol Bids shall be added by addendum -"t -'Execution, to-wit: 11 year at.25 per weekJ) 13.00 Keystone Shops Suite 5
.nd Decision received subsequent to that date shall Execution Issued out '

be added change" order to the contract. of County Court of Duval Special SAVE..Save..Save 4.00 send TO: "; :: ;: Phone 473-3604

8. Bidders must certify that they do not, and will not. County.,Florida pursuant ...... -1'
maintain] provide for their employees' and facilities that to a Final Judgement for ,K t Hours9 a.m. p.m. p.m.
are segregated' n a basis of race, color. ,creed sex or notional Aetna Finance Companyand Cost to you ..... 8.00.Brad Testy eg 'ai6 1

Hwinv' / Brooks against a/k/a William William R. -P. .'IWJW1W .A Mon., Tues. Wed.. & Fri. .
with thti policy for Increased )
9. B d .rt must comply .
01' consultants and construction con.ractor.a. Ray Brooks, defendant,' in Bradford county Stal1ce, florida 3209 1
use inorlty
Federal in the amount of send 10.0O for Out of .' 9 a.m.-l p.m. Thursdays
detReglsti bed In the Tuesday. December. 26. 1978 2871.40 together with ATTN: Clrcula
Vol. 43. No. 248. ; County subscription Facilities
> costs, of collection. Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy

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964-7828 ? s' :JJl LofoyetteSt. /A Js4st4 I'I. REALTOR -
Apartment" for Rent collective PHILIP W. CLARK, REALTOR

CSOtCI! ROIERTS-Scalier Office Space For Rent membership mark STARKE. FLORIDA
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ASSOCIATES I n9Ji'YHelfdoy which may be used Office
Weekend end evening Cell OreoMnai To Alff, Bryan Real Estate3iow.co.fsf. real estate professionals

Richard Roberts-'44.55l5 Ann Godwin,*..W, .3 M, I lath frame. In town 1StOO. by who are 964-5231

!Patsy Silcox 4-e579 Norman Heddlng 9 44StieflJehn .Greet location.Hwy 301 South.: Oy.400' frontage.3BR 'm of the NA -

..Smith 94-e217 1BA House for rent > (Cor. US 301 A Call St.) members : .d&1..1. Sa/er. 12 :; op .air./
HOMES-STARK! 2BR II. frame I lis/l: .U.11'm.$I.OOO down.. I..I. :! TIONALASSOCIATIONOF

33P, 'IS. frrn. garage. Wai Off lot-Collln. PLpram. .3 BR 2 Bo, C/. hou .:very large. outside building*. .... 964-8783. ANYTIME REALTORS and lust Out 7 acres In lawter. Plenty of trees $15.500.
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I a lots with worehoute-Walnut' St., sent Rd. r MONDAY-fKIDAY 9-3 SATURDAY subscribe to its
rton-e on p.m. A Place to .build dream ho.,... 5 ecres In
Special your
-211,11, Block Fenced '2S Plneweed Dr. el BR 1'/ ... C/. house, large let Orange Street. Must and Code of Ethics.
tvenlngt Sundays by appointment the L.....' area 17500.
1V4B. Hack nice 1320 Searing. St. see. ,, Rat
neat-Prott St. -2 or BR 1 Bo, Laura St. garden spot, house completelyremodeled. ph f. Bryan, REALTOR
I-Frame home, 3BRIB, cleen 3 Waterfront BOO feet en .beautiful Crosby. lake e.-
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-Frame home, good location. 2.R.II..FIt Place.' i- WATIftFRONT SAMPSON LAKES 4 B2 Both24M I "

large frame home Ig. yon(. 9 Flrepleces-S. Water *f. -J Bit 2 Be, Control H/A', largo porch re-room. on I acre s DW Mobile Homo CrMA .< Kitchen ApolIonc$27.7oo. Calient view $14.700

I-4 BR, '.. large, screened. re*. reem-Searlng. St. la City. 47,000-Reduced. FIORUAN&Phone Prko Is Right, for this 3 bedroom" both home. Central
I .J Bit I BJa;lergo ....utlfullot Green Acre. Terms.J .. I ,
I HOMES I I3I1R. GRAHAM ROAD2 -.ro on 2 Acre L.I3 heel I a'r.' Newly remodeled kitchen with new appliances.
OUT-Of-TOWN story Fulch house, nest to Pie Past Control, can .bo 27000. 11Phon.944.7700 $29,500.
,- IB, frm. 21 eeres. S-cor garage-M.l. Sterling. Hd.4BR. I II. home, or some type commercial, nice .... lot.
I.. frame, 'targe let Lobe Butler. IXCIUINT NEIGHBORHOOD-3 BR. 2 .. Block I Mong Dairy Road M acres with well B septic tank
with 225' .beautiful
I. Cottage frontege'o. lied Creek. 393 N.Tempi Avenue '
,3BR. I.. Stucco, Large Lot.-SR1001. ': Mlddleburg. '.11I. a", CHaA'Gor.... Neat $31.000. $1.334.00 per ..

3BR. 2B, Stucco Fireplace 301 South. Reduced -B PECAN TREES ON THIS I ACR1-with 3 ...2... .1 acre-Will LIASI with Satisfaction Is what you'll get everytlme you cook In

'!large lot mobile. homes-Sempwa lake Ud. .1 acre with 3 BR. 1 Be, Green hov... Wilson. Rd-22.000. Modern brick ho_ .III. Rm. PP-o.ro 4900. tank this newly remodeled kitchen. Plenty of cabinets and a
....a..U'.I.It,2... brick,op*. 10A- *' L.wfey. option to buy septic breakfast bar coma In this 2 bedroom 1 both home.
-30V4 acres with nice 4 BR 1% both brick
Slack ..IA. ? WW. very veneerhome 2Vt ei-$5.000r I ecret-S*.000-10% _wn-I yrs wall I "light .....
,Double .0,..., 2'1.1'1C .variety .. fruit A nut trees, good pasture. 2 smallburnt. 10%.. S2S.BOO.

.Brick I.., 21. '.ra..... .... 1'AA.4:-%SR* -1001.*' '" ... .3 ecres uP-$ ,OOO.... A.-12% down. 10 yes.9'A -In country forgo. frame 3 bedroom< 2 .bath homo, equipped kitchen central host

,'Frame S BR, II. lgeatbidg..epx.. 1OA..OH" ..yl... HryJ -IIS a IIS Lot Westmoreland St.. nice trees.Beawtlf ". homo, with acre ef land. air 44500.
,New Cypre.e 110"'.. 36 .la. ,ul 29%acre with" 4* .
trees, 11.2.
l Leke A..PI. pecan elO acres graded read $''.100 with terms.
..2B, IB, L.. M., kltcfien-elnlng-Cnfttol. Clllit ..... tic tenki. 2 fl.h ponds, fenced crass fenced, nlco .10.11 acres on US ttl-20,30: good __.. .From home, with 10 3 bedroom
FP.1.1. 2.. Brick-Country pasture .re... Term, ee..... Sent hone tails, nlco lot 29100.
Large .pp,.... SA.. 3M. 2B S.U. 1001. .Apartment.beauty shop a .berber shop .building. for sale, Old homes .
S.R. 1W1. homes, new forms end ac..... and many storage Associates Ivenlngs
!3 '1. IB. IR, Dl. ep.. 1 acre let- or'cevld .be changed re another. business '
S.R.-III.ACRIAGI type near Hall- business and ,Industrial ...... '"'lIdl...... T.rryA.Geln.-7t24' KayC. Waters-944941lleea ,
.Brlck home. 32 acre 'i''
approx. day Inn. Terms.U. .
O.Stanley-473-305 Petiy M.to wtan-94- 927 ;
.' acres with 12 a *4 MM West of Starke. CALL US AT tiMWBi AMVTIMI DAY OR NtOHTI I .3 ..a_flOIMOt. with lake

.7 acr...3 treller heek-.i>e Crosby Lobe Shore.. 'I sere with 12 a M MM.I .p.n perch I screen porch access, fir.pls..m.ll

lake Let ..r isn p.on lake. built .... $11,800.00. ASSOOATE-APT2R HOURS ..... cettaga.N .,, ,.
Approximately I ocret In lewtey A._. Property Management Services l lllltanC.Pearson. .. Vicki Powell

'B acres-Off JMM.A Appraisal ."' .'/ole.n& < Associate .0 targe homo, call
.' acre Mobile Name lot Vrooelond/ Acre., Susan M.'aulkner-MALTOR-e4-" Office M..w. >, 9444I43f for details.Vemlo .

e...utlfull. ....Country Club area. Irma 1.._1.11.... RIAUORASlOCIATIi4U2 4-. 3l( 1iquP

Nice lot Country. duB ludlleCenn.Spry'SROKIR SALISMAN-9i4.1420 Sylvia. Reddish Nests Ward ,Ive.lr.g.s Please. all
Odom. Broker
Sandra W.Reddish. SALISMA..4II.UaJ..It.IIedcII..S"LlSMAN ,..ir/
BUSINESS AND INVISTMINTS Vant.Reddish BrokerSelesmaiiAtsocletos OM Phono 941474.Pearl .

.'.000 .... ft. building. Wapprox., ecre.U.S.3. Me.....Roberta.944-BS04- I.120S 94474S4444AM Aadrewa 94-7739 Corner ef U.S.,301 South and Idwartfs. Reed

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I New construction in Bradford Coun- A new parsonage Is being built In dons in the Lawtey area include:
.. : ty Incre8I3ed$557.419ver) 1979, according Lawtey' for the First Baptist Churchof Church of God and Christ and Victory
'r to figures released Monday,Dec. Lawtey amounting to$40,000. Other
__, c--. .U. Temple Church of God east of
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2'), by the Bradford County Zoning churches in that area that have Lawtey.
Department.Most received additions include Macedonia

.. ...";.'fA. u "I.III.Ij.4.;; ...,.. ... .... '- ..,. of the Increase according to Freewill Baptist Church, $56,000; A new church in Lincoln City,
officials) of that department, was due Grace Methodist Church $25,000.
Mount Nebo Baptist Church, is being
.. inflationary construction costs.
.. ," In 1980 figures show that $6,725,107 Other churches that have had addi constructed at a cost of$27,000.

., in construction has been handled
through the county zoning depart
ment. Last year the construction
figure was $6,167,688.!
W Both years the monthly average in-
1 cluded nine single family dwellingsand

,. thirteen mobile homes.
w One of the big additions was the
butane spliter of Florida Hydrocarbon
company near Brooker that
amounted to $350,000.
The Salvation Army Complex
located about nine miles south of
Starke on CR-18 just off SR-100 in
south Bradford County had four addi-
tions to Its operation amounting to /
$387,530. These include a$39,200 addi-
tion to its hotel with a new laundryroom.
$290.380( two story motel was 1 0a
built on the property. An $8,450 am-
phitheater and $49.500 canteen were ,
other additions. built during. 1980 to
this complex.
The Lawtey' area received a
-- number of additions including an
$8,000 addition to the Lawtey
Volunteer Fire Department north of
I -w- Lawtey City Hall.
That's a Rooster Jail

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It's not often you see a chicken flying by your lakefront well let Jeffrey tell the story: new f
house being pulled behind a boat no less. "Well, first of all he was in the water swimming aroundso
him roform !board and started pushinghim
( we put on a sty
Amateur photographer David Ritch didn't miss the
op- "Then I made
around the water/ Jeffrey explained. a
purtunity, snapping this picture with a telephoto lens. H.C. above with
little surfboard for him (the board pictured a
Brown, grandfather of David was kind enough! to bring us him aroundthe
for ) and we started pulling
the picture and tell us a bit of the story, the likes of which roofing shingle grip 1 r
lake with an aluminum boat and a nine horsepower gas
he's never seen in his 77 years. "That's ridiculous, Mr. _
It sort of our summer project.
motor. was
) a
Brown said as he laughed at tht1 picture. "And you know to watch "Jef-
was coming out of their house ,
what it does when it falls off? Well what would you do? "Everyone remembered the "I '
frey continued, chuckling as he sight.
"He swims back to the ski's that's what." had just got done making him a set of ski's when it turnedout
The chicken, it turns out,was owned by 10-year-old( Rhonda the chicken was a rooster and he was starting to get
Hipps of Jacksonville, whose family has a lake place. mad and growing spurs. That just about ended his career. i44\
This past summer Rhonda and 12-year-old Jeffrey Phillipsof "Now he's at a chicken farm doing what male chickensare
Kingsley Lake were splashing around in the lake when... supposed to do."

I Eiifrants Needed for Dream Girl PageantThe r'M A

1981 Dream Girl Pageant is set Junior Miss Dream Girl, ages prosperousNew Best wishes to all

Jan.31 at the National Guard Armoryat 1115.Miss Year to
720 Edwards Road in Starke. Dream Girl ages 16-21. iv- our friends and
Sponsor of the pageant this year is Talent Winner open to anyone.A friends old
the Kiwanis Club. Mrs. Debra Nor- $25 entry fee is required. Con- lk4D Good wishes to all neighbors, Have a

man is pageant coordinator. Assis- testants may have a sponsor or pay I our friends and and new.Olin's. Year.
tant Director is Bill Wilson. the entry fee themselves. Sponsor'snames Happy New
Entries are being accepted now. will be announced 'at the customers.
Contact Mrs. Norman,Rt. 2, Box 2705, pageant.The/ t. ( .. -
or phone Mrs.Joan Carter at 964-5165 talent portion of the pageant is
or 782-3577 after 5 p.m. not required. It is open for anyone Drama Hurst'smace
Applications may be picked' up at that (is interested. Time allowed is one
to three minutes. .
Norman's Produce or the Bradford
County Telegraph.Age Rehearsal is set for Friday, Restaurant
Divisions in the Dream Girl January 30, 1981 at 7:00 p.m. Each
Pageant! are: contestant must be present for Starke Mobile Home Sales 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE*

Tiny Dream Boy, ages 3-6. rehearsal.
Tiny Dream Girlages 3-ft. Wanda & Everet Phillipsand Hwy 1QO W. 964-6606 210 a Tempte> Ave f
Little Miss Dream Girl, ages 710.( i
more Chamber from 3A Employees Open 7 days a week CARL HURST 964-6111
The discussion developed after the
Wood FueL.. Telegraph Reporter Andy Dennon
questioned the chamber about attracting \
(From Page 1A) industry and about the number of i
verted unit is actually placed on production members. Miller was then Invited to '
line. Earl Jones, president ot be guest speaker at the monthly ( A
Crown! Lumber, said it would probably meeting of the Board of Governors. HAPPY flEW YEAR...
be six months after the test "I doubt seriously the business people
before the prototype unit is actuallyput of) Bradford County! want this Paul's Drive-In
into productive use. (promotion to attract industry),"
If the first unit! proves successfuland Judge Sanders reiterated near the
a decision is made to convert the end of the discussion. Cleaners
city's remaining six generators to "Well, Judge, maybe you should
wood gasification, it will entail some ask some of them," Miller replied. 418 W. Call St.
expansion and renovation work at the Maybe the chamber manager takes .
plant, with the acquisition of additional things for granted. Wilson suggested. Starke 964-5498 ,.- ,
property for storage of wood Some 80 percent of Chamber
chips, construction) of a conveyor belt members have served on the board of Pick Up Station "
system, and other improvements.Robert governors, Wilson noted, and shouldbe
Gurin, the city's consultant on familiar with the activities of the Calico Country Store '
the project, has estimated that the Chamber.
complete conversion of the plant Wilson assured the governors) thatno Keystone Heights 1\t"\ :
would run between $13-$18 million. chamber member or Bradford ,
The initial grant for conversion) of the County Development Authority 473-2325
prototype unit was for $327,000 and isbeing member is "anti-business."
disbursed by the Solar Energy ,
Center, Atlanta, Ga.. designated as

the representative Department on the of project.Energy's field \'l" r1//\ V VI' yt.

President-elect! Ronald Reagan has
announced his intention of abolishingthe fV""I.'j
Department of Energy, but Gurin t' t 'I
said funds! for converting the entire 4.4 i) .. r\ <
Starke plant could possibly be obtained lt '" 4'.Ij',
with low interest, government-
guaranteed loans, supplemented by ,
grants from other sources. 1 J JI
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giI :. li: a:. We hope 1981 will be a happy and prosperous' '. _
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We welcome th e New Year with deep l :" ;

appreciation for many valued friendships <. "

and< associations. Our very best wishes ; From the Employees' !

Best wishes toi everyone.Telephone! ;
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New Year, : of

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I: CeceJia Terwillegar ': 3tt ..B-U Realtor of Year :

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Cecelia Terwillegar of Starke, wasStudied Business Administration Cos ton, Terry Gaines, Norman Hed- Starke Woman's Club. Realtor- Lillian Pearson, 1981 president, '
honored with "Realtor of the Year"and at Stetson University. Made her ding, Patsy Lawson Jerri Lennon( Associate pins were awarded to Anne gave a brief resume' of activities to
V r- Ann Godwin of Starke,' social debut at Orlando Country Clttb. Sandra Reddish, Jimmy Reddish, Terwillegar Nelson and Norman Ifed-' be initiated this next year such as
"Realtor-Associate of the Year" Dec. Member Bi Beta Phi Sorority, Junior Vernon Reddish, Rex Smith, John ding. Realtor-Associate
: 19. by their fellow( realtors and League, United Daughters Confederacy Smith Dora Whitehead. and Ann God- August: caravans, etc.
associates and friends at the annual Chamber of Commerce and of
Culmination Property Improve-
Bradford-Union at the Starke Club Park. win.The Pearson presented a plaque to r
banquet Continental, Orange 1970-80 President Terwillegar ment and Awards. Cecelia Terwillegar for her outstanI I
Golf and Country Club. Has two children, Mrs. H.A.
lasted, among outstanding accomplishments October: ding work the
Fred Davis,. past president of the Nelson, Jr., Keystone' Heights, and : Novis Ward and Terwillegar attended The as 1979-80 president
550 member Bradford-Clay Board, Clyde Byron Terwillegar III, Starke. program was concluded with .
i Dec. 1979: FAR convention in Bal Har Christmas
and past president of Multiple ListingIs a member of the First Baptist Participation and input in bour. Also in Fla. Assn, of Realtors Joey Herres music, Sherra being Molt presented I and JoAnn by
Service, was master of ceremonies. Church. Bradford-Subdivision Ordinance. held 7th annual Local Board Officers: Canova. The decorations were done
In presenting the award to Mrs. Ter Mrs. Godwin was "Outstanding Farmers Home Adm. opened officein Leadership Conference, Oct 2729. by Roberts.
willegar, Davis said, "Certainly this Club Woman (of f the Year" in 1963 and historic Courthouse with Sen. Stone Orlando. Pearson, Odom, Starling, ...Nancy....--, ........... ---_.-
award is deserving for outstanding her service as president of the club in attending.Feb. Faulkner and Terwillegar attended. 'VI
service and contribution to her com1966 when the Starke Juniors received 14, 1980: New officers were elected for 1981. M
munity and to the real estate profes- recognition as the Outstanding Junior Bradford-Union received Charteras November: 1
sion. Women's Club in Florida for. their Florida's 84th and youngest board. Conducted our own Orientationclass.
Mrs.Terwillegar's contributions inmembership.. Pres. FAR Parker Banzhaf, George i
elude: Mrs. Godwin lias been active in Linville, Dist. 1 Vice Pres., William President Terwillegar awarded I
First President Bradford-Union several charities, particularly, the Lippold Ex. Vice-Pres. FAR. Certificates of Appreciation to: J.E.
County Board of Realtors, Inc. March of Dimes, serving as Mothers' Virginia Bishop Chairman Fla. Real Tomlinson, Jimmy Alvarez, Harold
Florida Assn. of Realtors State March Chairman for several years; Estate Board; Fred David and 135:>> Davis, Jerome Johns, J.J. Wolbert,
Equal Opportunity Committee. she also( served on the Gateway Girl friends attended. Fred Davis, George Roberts, Ralph
Has served 1 year on Starke ZonScout Council, was a member of the March: Bryan, Susan Faulkner, Delano
ing Ie.Planning Commission, reapStarke Recreation) Board for 10 years Lillian Pearson, Vernie Odom, Thomas, Steve Simmons, Vernie
H pointed for 3 years received "The Community Service Susan Faulkner and Cecilia Ter Odom, Paul Faulkner, Lillian Pear
Appointed by Gov. Graham to the Award" presented by the Bradford willegar attended education caravanin son, Jane Usher Janet Starling and
Governing Board Suwannee River County Chamber of Commerce and Gainesville. Also in March, Realtor! Joey Herres.
Authority: she also received the 'Distinguished Associate pins were awarded: Byron Fred Davis installed officers: ',r
CECELIA TERWILLEGARRealtor -Terwillegar Realty has been Service Award" presented by the Terwillegar, Martha Dorko, Sally Pres. Lillian Pearson, Vice President '
established 6 years; member Starke Jaycees. Killian, Vickie Norman Novis Ward, Vernie Odom, Secretary Janet Starl-
of Year Bradford-Clay Board 7 years' ; and Mrs. Godwin is an associate with Sylvia Reddish Vickie Powell and ing, Treasurer Susan Faulkner,
member of Farm & Land Institute. Century 21 Roberts Real Estate and Ann Rieske. Associate Ann Godwin, Board
Fourth, Third, Second, First Vicehas served in this capacity for the last April: Members, Terwillegar, Ralph Bryan
Late RegistrationSet Pres. Starke Woman's Club, served three years. In addition to( her real Educational Booth at Fair; Clay- and Delano Thomas. Harriet Maines,
At SFCC as treasurer twice. estate she works in insurance with Bradford Fun Day at Starke Golf & Lake Butler will also be a Board ANN GODWIN I
V Pres.St.Mark'sEpiscopal Women Roberts Insurance Agency.
Country Club and Private Property Member. Associate! Realtor of Year
: There is still time to( register for the 6 years, served on vestry 3 years. The program began with Christmas Week with Property Improvement '
Santa Fe Community College Winter District vice-pres. Episcopal. ,Women music by Joey Herres The social Contest, Janet Starling, Chairman. Ii ._
Term which runs from January 5 to( of North Fla. hour was sponsored by Fortune June:
April 17. One of original founders of Starke, Federal. A banquet was followed by Susan Faulkner and Terwillegar attended / 8aTE
The Santa Fe Starke Center Officein Golf & Country Club, served as first presentation of Realtor and Realtor- FAR convention at Breakers, $
Bradford High School will be open president of the Ladles Golf AssociaAssociate pins for those completing Part Beach, June 1114. "- rtggjg jgr -
for late registration this Friday, Jan. tion. the Orientation Course. Vernie Odom, July:
2, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 6 Chairman of Bradford County assisted by Gene Reese and J.J. District I Caucus in Palatka July inflation Beaters
p.m. to 8 p.m. Cancer Society. : Wolbert, conducted the course. Pins 18-19 attended by Pearson and Ter-
There will be a final registration on Co-founder Terwillegar Motors and certificates were presented to: willegar. Also in July, Realtors en-
the opening day of class, Monday. (Ford), Sec.& Treas. 18 years Wayne Douglas, George Roberts, Al I dorsed clean-up drive sponsored by
Jan. 5, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from ------ .........------..----.. .............-----.-... All one Owner clean cars
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
No appointment is necessary. ---------- 4-H News ------
Thirteen courses are being offered
I here in Starke this term, including The Lawtey 4-H Club will be con- The'4.H Community Pride Programis FLA. THEATRE
one.daytime Humanities course on structing a "Welcome to Bradford funded by Chevron, U.S.A. Chevronhas 1979 FOrd FieSta
Major Religions on Monday and County" sign partially with funds it provided $43.040 during the past Starke 9645451Fri. Clearcoat Paint. AM-FM
Wednesday. New offerings here are a received from state headquarters. 10 years for the Florida program in- Radio, Air and Tinted Class, wsw Tires, Heavy Duty Alt. and
Lab and course in Brooker 4-H Club also received a cluding$4,500 this :year. Battery Bucket
Biology with a Vinyl Seats, Tape Stripe 48,000 miles.439500.
grant and intends to conduct an More than$18,000 was requested by
Business Law I. Sat.&Sun. -
I For more Information, please call energy program for the community; Florida clubs this year. ,, ,..$ ; ,
r' .. Cathy Hicks at9&fc53S2. J Green Acres.4-H Club will clean a,...__.Jorida.3..2.fUa,4rtt--.Clubsare' : ".. V '- 4rr
local cemetery. ministered by the Cooperative Extension
Clubs throughout the state submit Service of University of Florida's Audio,there was .

Skeeters Old Site community project proposals; to head- IFAS and locally by the Bradford =-- .&: ... .
quarters in Gainesville each County Extension Service located in another movie.. 0 : ..
Has Another FireA November and are evaluated and the Bradford County Agricultural
funded according to the idea's merit Building in Starke
new fire was put out at Skeeter'sBig and feasibility. Contact Lowell Parrish, 4-H Agent, OH GOD!
Biscuit and Back Door Lounge on Some 74 Florida 4-H Clubs appliedthis at 964-6280, ext 224, for more information. 1977 Pontiac Gran Prix SJ Power ,
US-301 about a mile south of Starke. 67 clubs in 32 counties .,
Monday, Dec. 22,. marked the sixth received partial.funding for their pro- BOOK II Windows, Power Driver Seat Power Door Locks, Tilt Wheel,
.. or seventh time members of the Brad- jects."We're. Cruise control, Vinyl Roof, AM-FM stereo 8 Track, Rally II
'"t ford County Volunteer Fire Depart- teaching them to like their Theft Nets Wheels 41,000 miles.
ment has been called to the communities," Ruth Milton, Univer- 5 Year TermA I $419500 .
i restaurant and lounge since the property sity of Florida associate professor, In- GEORGE BURNS
' 1 was damaged by fire last Nov. stitute of Food and Agricultural Lawtey man has been sentenced
'i't! ; 3. according to a spokesman for the Sciences and the state 4-H youth programs to five years in state prison for grand SHOWTIMES:
BCVFD. coordinator, said. "If we can theft by Circuit Court Judge R.A.
Green,Jr. in Bradford Circuit Fri.7:10: & 8:55:
The spokesman indicated the fire teach them the process of wOrking
was minor, and the fire departmenthad with others to improve and appreciate Court, Monday December 22. Sat. & Sun- 5:30: 7:10: & 8:55:
V 1979 Ford Courier
it under control shortly after it their communities, we are Archie Crews. 28, of Lawtey 2300 C.C. engine,

was reported. doing" a great service. That is our Dec.received 22, for the grand prison theft( term of a televisionset Monday Auto. Trans., 7' Bed, Air cond., Tinted Class AM Radio, Tape
she continued. ?
Records show the latest fire goal and sewing machine from the stripes, step Bumper, 24,000 miles.
., resulted from demolition! work earlier from 4-H'ers individuals secure the of rest the community of the tunds Starke home of Harold Foster on Jan 301 DRIVE $ 519500
used in
in the day when torches were
6, 1979.
removing some steel joists. The local governments and businesses. Fri., Sat. Sun. & Mon.

spokesman indicated similar work ... z .
has caused other fires since the -
[g] '
original blaze. '-
The restaurant and lounge have : =:AJ"'I.
been closed since the' original fire. two

months ago. -


F. Greenly U.S. Ar- THOMAS METALS: INC. 1975 Audi FOX wagon Auto. Trans..

my, completed 7.2 weeks of Basic Air cond., Tinted Class, Radial Tires, AM-FM, cassette

Training PFC Greenly Dec. 6 at Fort was Gordon awarded Ga. Stereo, All Vinyl Interior, cruise Control, 55,000 miles A

Marksman Medal on the weapon Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage Legitimate Cream Puff! $ gf QEZOO
range with the M-16A1, and expert '
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letter of commendation for GONG SHOW 2300 C.C. Engine 4

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PFC Greenly resides in Lawtey and Lake Butler Fla, 496.2013 MOVIE Bumper. Bed Liner and Tonneau cover 14,000 miles.

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1979 .Il I
Spots are still available; fort the sick trip (o North : .I. .. : : Stop Sign Run, R/W Violation ,
Carolina the Statke 'and Maccienny I Randolph D.Fields
Cars' Collide .;:.
Departtnentbv,4annec! \ for February, Navy Seaman Recruit .' Charge in Mishap' :
20 deer were brought doWn irf file't1.l. Wan: "gVefukeiisVweelcVp'iishlng f i. the Randolph D. Fields son A Starke woman was charged with
total deer kill count for the 1990-81 past-latyartotal'wlttrstill another A Starke man was charged with
season : of J. Kuhne
Mary running a stop sign after her car tailed
The to the blowing Rock violation of right of way after his car
trip slopes in the Ap week left in the open season. Starke, has completed'recruit to stop and struck another in the .

palachian Mountains tyill be the weekend of Feb. 267 deer have been bagged -at BWnd./ g'ttottuflh'pundty: P MJ} 2lrsports{: training at the right side., on! SR-l()() at Thompson pulled into the path another car and ; :

13-17 with the group leaving Friday night Feb. 13, biologist Jim Garrison. That's up from tM 240 XWed< )as 4ar wiUith] j, week of ..Naval Training Center. Street in Starke at 1:20: pin Monday was involved in an accident on US-301

arriving on Saturday,skiing Saturday through) Monday Dec. through Jan. 4 yet to be counted! hj) .. UJ I I.i{ ttff ::1)) )!. < Great Lakes. 111. Dec. 22.LIIIIe. 22$ feet south of Edwards Road In .
Feb. 14-16,and returning on the 17th. Blanding closes down Sun Jay,'Jan4.;; ;|f!, {Him I } .. uf| ,Included in his studies Hannah Barnett. 62 of Starke at 3:50:: p.m. Monday, Dec. 22.

14 people can be taken from Starke said Rec. 50 deer were brought down in the.last two wJct; $.'ih. J&28. Other kill counts) were seamanship. close Starke'was not injured but damage, to Mark Dustin Box, 20, of Starke, was

Director Cheryl Godwin, with nine already having for that period are: 13 hogs, 148 cat squirrels 34 fox squirrels, 46 quaIl six rabbits -' order drill Naval the 1971 Buick station wagon( she was not Injured ,but damage to the 1979 .. .

signed UD. four ducks, five snipe, and one raccoon. 6,796. hunters' were counted.. in the history and first aid. driving was estimated at $L00.; Ford sedan at $400.lie was driving wasestimated .

same period. A 1976 graduate of Barbara McMurtrie Gloria of
of Is due 27, Terri Cochran Wilson 21 of Starkewas
A deposit $60 by December to reservea Bradford Starke ,
High was not injured but damage to
spot. That pays for the rooms ((3 and 4 bedroom not injured but damage to the
he joined the sedan
In the 1980 Ford
Navy was driving
condominiums with kitchens), The bus fare of$52.63 Spring Gobbler Hunt I .H. 1979 Ford sedan she was driving was ,.
1980. estimated
September was at $300.
must be paid by January 31. CAMP BLANDING Applicationsfor and March 18-20), and all applicationsmust The Ford was eastbound on SR-100 estimated at $2,000. :.v

Additional charges for ski rental and a lift ticketare ( the Florida Game and Fresh be limited to two hunters per ap Seaman Johnie Cooper when the Buick failed to stop at a stop The Wilson) car was northbound on

$20 per day, or $60 for the 3 days, with paymentat Water Fish Commission's) spring gob- plication. Navy Seaman JohnieS. sign, northbound, on Thompson Street. US-301 when the Box car made a left .

the ski site. The total cost of 172,65 does not include bler hunt in the Camp Blanding Hunters will be chosen) for one hunt Cooper son of Mr. The Buick then struck the Ford) in the turn onto US-301 from McDonald'sparking : :

groceries. Food can be brought to cook. Wildlife Management Area will be by a random drawing conducted at and Mrs. Bob Cooper right side, according to the Starke lot and then .pulled into the :
of the Wilson vehicle
available December 29. Applicationsmay the Lake City regional office on has completed recruit Police Department. path accordingto

be picked up in person or February 18, at 10 a.m. The public is training at the Naval Patrolman W.K. Mclntire cited< the Starke Police) Department. .
cited Box
Patrolman W.K. Mclntire
telephone requests will be accepted at Invited to aHend.Applications Training Center Orlan' Barnett on the running a stop sign. .
the Lake City regional office.A will not be accepted if charge. on the violation) of right of way

f quota of 80 hunters has been set postmarked after February 13 1981.!) do.Included In his studies charge.

WANTED for( each of the two hunts (March 1617News were seamanship, close

order drill, Naval Vehicles Collide Parked Vehicle Hit : .

I history and first aid. At. Bank Drive-In .
Truck Driver I Briefs...... A 1978 graduate of On Call Street ;

Hit & Run Charged Bradford High School, A Starke man was charged with improper A station wagon was struck by .
backing after his truck backedup
10-Wheel bump he joined the in
Truck In Brooker The Chevrolet was parked in a Navy another vehicle as it was parked on
CollisionA into the front of a car on Jefferson
Experienced only. private yard when an unknown vehicle September 1980. His ) East Call Street 9 feet south of Walnut
Street 35 feet east of Clarke Street
hit and run vehicle struck a car backed Into its front and left the wife, Cassie, is the both vehicles Street at 2:45: p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 21.:
were waiting to enter
that was parked in a yard at a scene, according to the Florida daughter of Mr. and the drive-in windows of tile Florida Gabriel Tabak, 25 of Jacksonville. -

CARDlfl BROS. Brooker residence of H.L. Tetstone at Highway Patrol. Mrs. J.F. Riddick, also Bank Starke was not injured but damage to the
at at 1:34
964-6750 ,an unknown time, Thursday, Dec. 25. The mishap was investigated by of Starke. Dec.. 22.Ralph. p.m. <<' 1979 Dodge van'lIe was driving was

Damage was estiinated at $150 to a Trooper W.M. Abrams with charges ftena Peeples Jr., 27 of estimated at $200.

1979 Chevrolet car owned by Sharon pending location of the hit and run Starke, was not injured and there,was Damage to a 1979 Pontiac station = ::

Maria Ellis of Brooker. vehicle. no damage to the 1970 Chevrolet truck wagon owned by Harold Roberts .

'" he was driving. Jones. 66, of) Brooker was. estimated .

r David Eugene Dyal. 33. of Hamo- at $100.
The station wagon was parked on -
ton, was not injured but damage to
East 'all SfwThe _
the 1979 Chevrolet sedan he was driv- van was turning I
right onto l-.i; .. II Sli id and struck
ing was estimated at $250.
The truck was backing up and ran the left rear of the paikod station
wagon according) to the Slut re Pol
into the front of the car which was attempting
to enter the entrance to the

bank, according to the Starke Police Wayne K. Mclntire did _
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST Department. not issue a ciatiol3after investigatingthe ..

Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson cited mishap.

Peeples on the improper backing !Mother Son

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE 'SUN charge. Arrested in Fight : "

An Incident at the apartment house
Brakes Fail
complex in the Reno sect ion of Starke

Car Hits StoreA resulted in a mother and son being arrested

CLASSIFIED SECTION. Starke Thursday, Dec. 25. at 2.-.JO: p.n\.
man was charged with
Edna Mae t'ovington, of Slarko.
operating a motor vehicle with unsafe
was arrested by Patrolman Eston (i.

qllipment-defective brakes, after Mosher on a charge of battery of her

his car failed to stop and crashed intoa son, Alphonzo Covington .Jr. at 922 .
The Sun's Classified grocery store 5.5 miles west of I
Shop section Starke on CR-15 and SR-225 at 12: 10 East Brownlee Street Apartment 7.
Covington was arrested by !Mosher
a.m. Monday Dec. 22.
Martin Ray Ricks, 18, of' Starke. of and battery Patrolman of A.S.law Sharp enforcement on chargl's., .
a officer I
everyday for great shopping values. was not injured but damage to the and resisting arrest with

1971 Plymouth sedan he was drivingwas violence of Patrolman Sharp. :
at $500.
Mrs. Covington released UII'
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$160.50 recognizance!: bond after being! :
I ..... dyway Grocery Store but damage .tot .
arraigned before
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I Judge Klzie S. Sanders. ,
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BABYSITTER. 3 year MK. llOhl LEGAL. seCBBTARV. preferexperience 'MASON HCLPBHp.nVl'. ll V' |44-The plymouth !had turned east offCR.16'
fiou.akveplno. Mon. thru Frl on Lanler Word Pro- ......It, pndble end' owntransportation. into' the Food Store
i Handyway
7:>>4. Must have rf.r.f cs end c.._. Salary commemorate 40 Hours plu. 2 UCI Escapees _
tr.riBpoc .tlon. Call 37J-M17. with ability 374 73SECRETARV. Call enr 7 o.m..:J7So34M. parking lot when the driver applied .. .

DENTAL HVOENIST OFFICE HELP. full tlm*. Invdclrcf brakes to stop and found he had none. Recaptured Dec. 22
Send resume to: for .....11 enolrteerlno. conwjltlno telloflono. tvplno. Experienced
Sun Dro_A. Box FMICT: firm. MImI t"... S3 CWPM. Salary only nd epplv Cell. The car entered the store front 24 feet Two Union Correctional Institution ;
-O.ln..vHI., Florid XUta .negotiable' .C.1I3121tI1.ReSTAUR"'NT pN en 10 t HOT apnt. J7:11-4100G: from the northwest corner of(lie store inmates '
O were recaptured about 12
daw came to rest 6 inside the .
counter help Apolv In person wanted. Aoply In per.on onlvbetiween PhysicIan Office. Office shill.r.qulr.d. hours after they escaped while wal :
between 2:30: 4. 4:30 Man. 2-S p.m., 946001.tanolPIll. Cell 377-7337. t-apm. store, according to the Florida -
through Tnur.only, Butler Plaza! ., M15 Mewberry 04. Ads for Bu.lna.."" '''0_. Highway Patrol. clung a movie at the prison !Monday
) Dec.
CPA CONTROLLER fcfconDm- Cuff Individual with proven RECEPTIONIST neeoad for a PAYROLL CLERk.growth posi Trooper HE. Williams cited Kicks evening. 22. :
nv with to mutton dollar ..!.. ability needed for oood lob .0- local nhyilclen't office poillkm tion' for 1111.. prcxnlfirm I- Daniel II. Moats 29. and Klind
and :35 employ, ... Sand rmfm. Dortunltv, ( 1.000. Cell JOB now open. Send resume to Dent.Pit3 44.449 .pp/te;: PAID. on the unsafe equipment-defective i
40 ee. Pl110l5un Dr..r A., ACTION. 37B-330O. new NW UMl Sun Drawer A. O'viiie. $l60wIl Call' .JOS ACTION. William Gartner scaled a UC'l fence .
1 .' .. St H. Fee-negotiable Pie. rung or call 377-1450 371-2300. I04 P4W 13th 51.0). brakes charge. while a movie was being shown tic- : -

cording to Vernon Bradford. public .

Car Sideswipes information officer for the Department :: .

of Corrections. Records show _

,, Rescue Unit on 229A the pair was believed to have slipped .'::

from a line about 7 p.m. Dec 22. They
I 1971 NOVA C",. power .t..- 177 DATSUN B-31O AUDI too'73. rebuilt engine,flaw Bradford County Rescue Service
rlno/brafca..redlo.very econorw Excellent condltlan. M_ tlrn, tires, AM-FM,) radio Must sell. Ambulance was struck by a hit and were discovered missing when correctional
leal oood condition. 260O CB radio 1 owner. AskinG UMOCalll73O Call Tuorul 37H303. slloo. Student officers took an inmate
316-4992. .,_t. 37. run driver in a mishap on CR-229 2 .
count at 8 .
'71 VEOA. automatic excellent ": WAGON 'Tt CORVETTE miles west: of Starke at 6:20: p.m. p in. -
In end out. elr. low mileage. R..f. ood paint' ''-Y. White: red Interior loaded l.OOO Wednesday, Dec. 24. An all night search. according to
: J7S-79J9 .before 2PM. will trade for .''ck..... ..:ISO or miles, new condition. SIISOO. Bradford resulted in the .
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best offer. J71-O3O1.: Very sporty.C.,13n-oou., Phillip Steven Futch 25. of Starke

1975 PINTO WAGON 1077 DODOB s ....... 174 MAVERICK DELUXE.! 4 was not injured but damage to the recaptured i about seven miles"into :
4 cylinder real cod condition, Automatic,air, door, AM/FM aIr automatic Baker County 10 miles north of UCI at -
very clean, oood MPO. sl.ouo, topper new tire.. ;37.OOO miles, power steering regular ges, a 1979 Ford ambulance he was driving 7:45 :.
Cell 376-9610. $34OO: Call 377-S437. cylinder, sl.OM Call. 372-4072: was estimated at $25. : a.m. Tuesday Dec. 2.1.Moats : ..

___.4.-,7! FIESID. automatic. aw '71 Chevy ImD.'.-' owner 177 PORO P-19O _.*. drive, .' '74 TOYOTA. CELICA. ST good The ambulance was going east on : was serving a five year .
;- V. power brafcftta.rlna, nw creme puff. Excellent .......... AM-PM I track. 10x11 Groundhewoj concHtlan, tow mileage :30 MFG sentLMice for burglary and grand theft
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-.__ Mint Mil 1950 or bnl. 3T4. lot "U teKei It. McDonald power brakes/steering, eoo e. Interior 4. ....rlor. $1005. call going west off the roadway from OilY County and has been in the
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back onto( the roadway and across:
Gartner was i<,rving two counts til'
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clean 3 HOT INVESTMENT New a BR. 1 bam ept. Phoenixubdfvllon I
'. nodular Lot overlooking pond and ooltoreen near VA and a...... .
home on thadv corner lot In SW create your own terma24.1O9. Hospllai. aw/mo. immediate
on Archer P.d %n.OOP.37e5el3BY : $ Henley and Associates, occupancy. J7oinl5Q- .

OWNEM-NW :> B*. 2 balfl. REALTORS..37-WM. NEW 2 an.loam. _... Suger- INSURANCEMAINES PERSONAL 'OltVOUI '
family room screened porctt.privacy THE HAMMOCk: I Wooded foot Oak 2. Cent heat/air, -
fence. Ateume 7**'%o acres nIci lot. stsoo, woooVd lot no pets. Available ItJMrmo. REAl ESTATE NEEDS _
morl 1753 total' monthly ".V-' IO% JInanc.. ; balanceOwner I. 3/3-74I. INSURANCI AGENCY SERVICES IN UNION COUNTY
nqnt. S57.0O0 37234e.: anxious Call 371-e56
NEW* .... t bath, _'/.Ir. ref- : 160 S. lak Av..i, Lok. Reildentlol :

ASSUME! LOAN with tHM c..... sere THE. mot MEADOWS prestlolous aoprox neighbor. M rlo.,,drver.ttove .dr.dlshwa..... bus'ner.routes washer Butlor. 496-3978. Complete CUSTOM MADE Acreage : .
3 .R 211..4. mo old. In P.l..tto Il_in-cIty. 2209 P4W 2r.d6: Slop.' m/mo Cell 37M7OAKOOCB : Insurance Servlco. TFN D R APE R1 ESI Free Commercial
woods Oam heat A stove.carpeted. lop locr.46.$2d000. I
estimate .
3755 evening, .. APARTMENTSV241W3JOTBRR Local
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A. PLACE. TO BEOIM. VA or : Country almcspnore distributor for completely
ATTENTION Home S.ak.ralThr. PHA, IMS two bedroom, two batS one yr. old. privacy patio FOR SALE washable Brown
NER SPECI": .'2.000ro .. In NW. S43toa. OoualBi.e.iSoei' washer/dryer nookup. no nationally
"",,",. .. under conatructlon oom..th end you home atlll Builder' *, Inc 3n- Ml p.'.. 1 BOJ-S3M 3)74V333ePINBRICIO ) advertised Cordselte RealtorAssociate49o3022
....utu.! ; B ..... have time to make tho.a'Interior I OFFICI AND 5CH'00L SUP ::
.' .. :: tb.' : II BR."'.. BATH TOW MOUSE Ouadraplex Larop ,Drop.r Ie. 54 W Enterprise
:::er"f"'Y election "4 0.900. ooual.e I. Bellamy' Poroe, JM > BR. 1 bath kitchen eauleoed., PLIES. CIFTSS' Union
$65O0O 51U-5I6 Son Builder, Inc. 37I-I3M: t.,.Iaat.security. *tl-He-4 monthly>37BtJO carpet,' wether/dryer hookup | *. Ed ot loma Tiffin and Owenl, Inc. ..
cent iaat/lr-s275/nio 37-at3e County Times open Monday Stephen 496-22I9.

and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. 5180TFN. Realtors : .

to i p.m.( Wodnotday. CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK Riverfront, A' River access -:

closed. Thurtdoy and Friday Harrowing, mowing and lot. .

8:30 a.m. till noon. blade work. Phone Ham.." lot .

: '. ',. l-.Id; BUCK HOME on I 1.2 acre.. 3 496-3773: or ;782-3039. Meet Processing Plant' ; .
L. bedroom 2 bath 1 ItIl31FN. Hog FormDifferent

--.1 fireplace, carpeted. I 1,800tq. slied ,
Acreage :
... (eel living area. FOR RENT _.
HolDOlnt DOUBLE "MATTRESS CANNON TX 35mm camera with i acre lot In town -
electric oood worNln.) condition. box frame, 50000. Brooker 489-1474.
wrIng ,.headboard. Sfimn tens and carrying c.. -
96} 3125149.fl.v3.PSOSZOO.AMANA.l3 IOO. 371-K23.' Mobile home < 3Va ]
..t. 3M. will sell for >l Cubic ft 'BRAND "' .IN.or full .1'! .' bmtiefter.Cell 37'-nt7' TWO BEDROOM APTSAVAIIAUE In town -..
cheat type with' lock and ;iignta.j bed lVVWS,5l4. 00.0 ........ AE-1 wIth fl. | pickup
> 'CANON s
.. i lens : For qualified }e ecre-lovely' hom.'t.'
m.0tl old $33O. CIII 211.1155. KIna *l>.. MB United ......nlt..... aln>ostiew. 3IO negotiable will truth load] for oak and $40a .
OAS !-Dearborn MOM 1201 B. tlnlv' AV., 373-714. return all messages left on pickup truck load far applicant. No children or and farmland
TO ,t..Tgl' excellent. CLOT Re4I.tNIR.'j: tmitiontj. '. mectilns) 17 44oa'CAMON Tre and peteyFor more Information' Ito '
pin. *service yard \
condltlonHS: Cell 37H773KENOSINB H5 o-rtiett offer.. c.ii r-34 ,. !i .
I] Awltn f I I len* almostnew. work. Call Theme Mettle' call 496-3623 alter 3 p.m. :
SPACE HEArCKt <'.-, dCUSfOM _fe. _Een 7 faoT ....U>1 _. "01>'0. Will returnall Itod I/I. t
Leroe older model with Mower. .km*. single width frame), liner, ...... left. on machine. 49 .37M anytime.. 11/27. .
work.well. *3O ce,n.3n-,1x5MAVTAO pad. HO 37e3DEMI 374-40M. ; TFN. l 197' 14,43 2 t* MOBILE '

I W1ING1.lyoa COCO TV CONSOLES (1). :21 BAKER LP OAS. INC.l: HOMIt family room fully
SOPA. multi colored, S50 'Inch. RCA and Zenith Poll Hwy.
. Ij tne w."SO. wltn e Dump..1 need Vinyl swivel. rocker 175. Two excellent .condition tiio each In .121 and I-10. Family owned furnished with AAA REAl ESTATE .'
MOVING SALE *nAN money 3M-972I wooden
oecan end table.. .
5)3 Call "
j fee .tII.. J.1. .nfiou.Dd <. i., ,leach. Good condition. Cell 4BJ13)71.COLOP and operated.. w. delivercylinder washer dryer1 Werthlngton SERVICE OFFERS!
I 111 Duncan ?hv dlnlne, .* VIDEO TAPES (3) adult taoee j77-IOT>daY.or 373-O433.vef .. ) TV. MCA ll SnOt coniole' and bulk Sill ..
I 110. oi.ss *aoIiuI.y, : for gas. W. per
Low. ;
s VHS teg each Call 3'11-* In beautiful wood cabinet E xcl- -
.lf..6pn,. \ .' f W0O/b..l TV.frOPIY OOW, 31).9310.l' SCISN7: len condition. SIM. Call Dlvan'tlnia rent tank or /till youro.'We; month. Phone (lobby1 Smith' <
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I7IW3t 2 15 acI..Pro"ld.nc.
sinus. toglu. better er. 496-2308 or. 446. 2327: .. I I .
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.217-6810 Maccienny/ 4-1' i n.Raiford, :' J':
"i : ', I. t\.I,; ICJ fl' ? f ., ,. -392-4097 : 'In Middleburgi!; 1.I 2. and .* M MOSILE 3. 2 w pool t acreage .

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-. .: } ; ; :}: in; ) j : i. : ... : 4tpdI2/l: 12/18 1233j. : ,Butler> Clean' park paved 3 I''I. CHA. -J'
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, Interested in placing' a classifiedfCalla724p22 .,/ .:": !1"1, ;. road. 1 Vnile to school or 3 '2 lake vl.w

I: ,t t" ,,' ALHLA-Z-8OY CHAIRSi! 40 '""sawmill."All central. H A. 3, I ,brick, owner financed ;
..... ji' percent }plr." Jim' Fur S140-I&0, per month.References Acreage 10-320 acres, '*t I
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I :,' .<:: $ Starke."f 9S4:81/7ft( : !>i. .... !rlt.! .. niture1" 453 W. Main St., required.: Call Notary service
.. lake Butler. Itchg )/I. 4963299.: 12 I8 "lchg1 8.
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when, given over the ; 1977 FIAT 124. Standard .t 205 N. Tempi, Starke j r
qr when copy It not ty\ted transmission 2door. If Interested BOOKKEEPING. SERVICES 9 MIL'S. SAW SHOP Complete efficiencies and 1 apartments, pool. TV. AC, hp, V-hull. Vinyl top and Wayne I. Douglas Broker-Salesman t
and brought to the oftlc'' contact Communl. sharpening service cir, BR apts.. weekly or monOthly. utilities Included) Totally deluxe accessories.Just Telephone964tSn
... ... experience In all many
ty State Bank of Starke years cular hand, carbide,
., f' n NEW FURNISHED furnished Weekly mon like Call'Galn..vlll. '
'!!1 I phases Including taxes andgovernment n.wl)
964-7830. 12/11 tfn. chain mower blade hollow
T Tjriiir forms. STUDIOS, monthly only. thly rate. TEMPLE MOTEL 3763619. TFN. I
YARD SALE 1979 CHEVY MALIBU Station ground and balanced. 2313 N. Temple, Starke 880 N. Temple A"....
____ Y Wagon Automatic 473-7075 after 5 P.M.. 7/3 Leave at Jackson Building TFchg Slorke. Phone '9647357.: .

YARD SALES Lots of clothing.Some transmission air conditioned tfchg Supply In Starke, Keystone 9/20 TFchg. WANTEDGOOD '
furniture ontd ; AM/FM. If Interested KilNS TREE SUROION: Heights or Lake Butler. FURNISHED APARTMENTi. ,

houtewares. 3 mile. tout!(!t contact Community State Trimming. removal 14 yrs. TFchg Nice, 3 rooms and bath, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE PRICES PAID for used
Bank of Starke 964-7830. experience. Have 55 ft. ALCOHOLICS ANONY- HOME PARK mobile home
some utilities private entrance mobile home If mortgage
of Starke 301 next toil
on bucket. Free estimates.
Siesta \ 12/11 tfn. MOUS and yard. Call I and.space for rent.Phone I I.3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE
Motel tfn 12/11.
177 CHEVY CHEVELLEt Two. Phone 7823733. 9/25lnchg Phone 964-3148 or 9647619. 964-5464. I/I tfn. 4682912..TFchg'fOUSEXEEPINO'ond HOME SALES -
door TFchg
; power 964-5606. Open 7 day.
three families. 1102 Colley ing/power brakes; air con Shampooing and extraction REMODELING. BUILDING HELP.WANTED. sleepIng weekly. TFchg .. '

Fd.. 8 a.m. to.5 p.m.Cloth. dition. If Interested con living room, dining REPAIRS New kitchens, room TV and Air. WANTED Mobile home ax- Bro4ford"VltIas;-- Bessent ReadTStarke. HoT A nice place

... chlldr.n and tact Community State Bank room and hall. $29.95. baths, family rooms.Brick Underwood Motel 3 mile I.. and tires. Will pick up. to live. At prices you can live with. The townhouses offera
adults; baby Itemt; toys; of Starke 964-7830. 12/11 12664460. 10/23 tfnWI block concrete. Fireplace North of Stark. on Hwy OLIN'S MOBILE HOME beautiful maintenance free life Charm
I secure style
and 'lots BUY GOLD. Cash on the Grlflis. Con. NURSING HOME needs full-
appliance tfn. specialists. 301. 10/9
more.llpd \\\ tnchg SALES 9645606. Open 7
Williams Jewelry time LPN or RN nurse for comfort and quality describe the 2BR 1'I brick vaneer
HONDAi Standard spot. struction. Phone 4732108or CULUGAN automatic
\977 jl 100 E. Call St. 964-7064. 4-12 shift. Call 9646220. fully day a week TFchg flames which feature a Croat Room, efficient kitchen
11.HOMES \ transmission' radio and air 473-2578. TFchg water conditioner $3.75 CASH FOR COINS Gold
10/16 tfnchg; SEWING MACHINES 10/9 tnchgSEWING cablnete and}closets galore..super. energy. ..wlnll'n.-'
If Interested Installation .
mo. extra
per silver dental
\ CASH FOR OOLDi sterling REPAIRED All makes MACHINI limited tlon..Cash In en our pre-constrvctlon prlc.....Yo".
State offer. 964-7638.
\rpontoct Community
FOR SALE gold ,
OPERATORS! B needed. Experienced scrap jewelry optical townhouse be customized suit .
EJank of Stark. 964-7830. coins. A.Z Pawn Shop 144 cleaned oiled and ad- tfnchg 10/23. frames, etc. J.R. BullIngton can to your Individuality.Model
MOBILE HOMES Why pay 1\,2/11 tfn. W. Call St. Phone 9648348. lusted. $13. Work In factory Industrial OFFICE January rent 'r_. 964.6250 TFchg. le ready NOW. Shown by appointment only.
/ Fulltime
more? Buy direct from the 1943; FALCON door..Good 11/13 tfnchg. guaranteed. James 40 hour week.sewing.Do not Ample parking. Corner of WANTED Used tool., both Prices start et $33.600. Some option. available for you
factory. Large selection of co ndltlon. $600 or belt of. Strickland corner MorganRd. unless work 40 laura St. & Hwy 100 mechanic ond carpenter two full Baths, a fireplace, screened porch and even
12', 14' and double wid.. '.'\\. Call 964.6612: after 5p.n' $5.00 and US30I up. (Old North.Moose and Hwy 16. TFchg hours. Apply you In Stark. 4732735.: 11/13 Phone 964-8331 or larger roam If you so desire.
Lodge, ) person.
COMMUNITY MOBILE II. 12/18 tfn. Starke tfnchg. 468-1551. 9/11 tnchg BOND MONEY 11'will notlastforever.Looksbet-
Uniform 441 East
HOME SALES. US 301 SURPLUS., JEEPs value 12/18 4tchg 1/8. SERVICE Pump-outs. Brownlee Street. 12/11 COZY. 2 Ui, lEA COTTAGE WANTED) Mobile Home Ax.les. ter all the time for those that can qualify I ISPECIALS
$31?6..sold for $44. Call CHAIN LINK FENCE Install Residential commercialand ptly fum. Janet M. Starling Paying the best price
North. Op.n 9 to dutk. 1 to ed. Free estimates. Hand tfnchg.
312-17421142: ext. 705 for Industrial. Fully licens Realtor 782-3931. tfn for good condition axle. Reduced
6 on Sunday. Phone dyMan Fence Co. 964-8559. CAREER OPPORTUNITY! Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B, panel, carpet 30000.
how ed. Phone 964-8121.: TFchg 12/11.
964.8741.6/5 Infoon to; purchaseborgc.dns life and health Insurance '9646331. 9/11 tnchgHandyman' .N.w brick 3 BR 2B 1600 sq. ft. QUA. In city.
Ilk. thlsl 4tpd : 3 U. 1 BA HOMEs Janet M.
BY OWNER* Roomy homewPh 1218.111.. 1/15 1/29. REPAIR Call trained mechanics. company. now Interviewing Starling Realtor 782-3931. Special .607 Milton Terrace-nearly new-many extrei-$31,000.

den/fireplace, car 1971 VVWi\\ Good condition. the Office Shop 110 W. US-3O1 South 964-6020. for outside 19/11 tfn .Mouse' I I. located by Mld- PREFERRED PROPERTIES

port and workroom; thed; New k\IOtt.ry. good tires Call St., Starke, for details, 5/29 TFchg S.Classified. sales' and collection posi SMALL COTTAGE d'leburg' at Jet. of 1.295 ond *3BR, SB Edwards Rd. Has everything! $".900.

large gard.n space' wltr good gtiis\\ mileage. Recently 964-5764. tfn.BOOKKEEPINGi. tion. Excellent Income Klngsley lake. AvailableJan. S tote Road 21.Go south on C Crystal take homesltes-SBR FP. guest hause.S3B.000,

pecan and fruit trees or, rebuild.\ $1100.00. Call for small Ads potential. No experience 1 thru May 1. Deposit :21. 16 2/10 miles to HallB .It Ac. Brown I.. Rd. Col. home, barn, stream $". .500.
1.96 ocr... Low taxes. Cal' 964533lItchg I/I. businesses." Give us your gets results nee..ary.f/ you are will. required. No pet. Call or... Turn left and go 1 Beautiful Lake Geneva 300' beech 4 homes-Own fin.
9645610. 1/1 : 1966 FOHC BRONCO 6 4 headaches. Call 9647189or ing to work and meet people 933-2366. 12/25 rMlle to Turn
2tchg 1/8. cyl call 964-7914 between 2tchg Blackberry. 4 404 N. Cherry-2 large nicety I urn. opts. Owner fin.
9645648. DIVORCE 50"
MOBILE HOMEs 2 bedroom wheel d' ''V.. Needs body 8 and 9 01/01 loft and go 4/10 mile to .Home :3 acres In Breaker SS1.4OO
1 bath; extras. 250000. work arAd front wheel EXPERIENCED In Geriatric contested, uncontesteO. abandoned a.m. a.m.I/I Mondaythru 2 BEDROOM HOUSE Fur. Cotton: Lone. Turn right to lr 1261 John. Drive, swimming pool. thirties.
Nursing In home care for with/without cnlldren Friday. 4tchg
Terms. Call 964-1212: ext. drums. I Motor and loved one Call tvou pay your own filing reel. 1/22. ",.hed, In city married 4 195 Cotton. Interim financl .Home. whahp-Rd.lOOW 3 BR. CKUA. FP patio S39.SOO.

140... leave., your numb.r. transmissions excellent. 9647793.your Itpd 1/1. Norm R.OIDASEcSETAIIAL MATURE WHITE, LADY to couples only.' $15000)( per ng Is available. Do a little .3 BR 2B Ranch CHIA 12A for garden.Rd.223-e3.SOO.
"''. 1/1 2tpd 1/8. Call 964-5O\44. Itchg I/I.I SERVIcE help care for elderly InvalId month plus security a.'Id save a 'lot. low downpoyment C 125 yr. old home(2960( sq. ft.). Hampton :3 Ac-S3B,500
Call between s p.m. depotlt. No children. No
I and low Interestraite
male. Call 964-5835. '
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALENEW and 2594400MOBILE 9pm. Jtctig I/I. pets.I/I. Call 9645417. Itpd make you an ownerIn 'I' '6A-S233 septic well pump ACREAGE elec.pale, portable sheds
I stead of Ex-
a renter.
3 or 4 BEDROOM HOUSE ''40, acre. across road from Bedford Lake IOSOOO.
1910 SENSOR TOUCHi BULLS Two registered pure AND USED FURNITURE HOME OPPORTUNITIESNO Brick: CHI; No ce Kent opportunity. Nice '20 acres. Rd. 100 W $27,990. Owner financed.

Microwave oven. Has' bred. One-/.Nngus. On. and appliances. Porch SERVICE. DOLE refrigerator. First and last th ree bedroom house. We '43 Ac. Lawtey area formerly "Bare Skin ledge' $40,000

several power settings, Hereford Jairyes\ Gaskln rockers. BARGAIN JOKEs Earn good moneyat month rent pius $100 can furnish materials to I '4.78 Acres Rd. 230A & Wilson Rd. 11700.

defrost cycle, meat probe 9648356. 12/K.3 tfn. CENTER US 301 South home. Full or part time. ,security; deposit. $250 per complete, Immediate '40 Acres Hampton 60.000 0% Intereit-Owner fin. ,
large size. Full factory PAPER SHELL I L'ECANSi.80' 964-66T9. TFchg Write AERO Commerce, month. Call 964-6413 po(....Ion. See it and then ''56 acres-Rd. 100-owner will finance. :

warranty. Left In 'loyaway. cents per Ib. V,\\ rnon Reddish PLUMBING FIXTURES windows Inc., P.O. Box 467, Lake anytime keep trying. I/I contact Properties Depart- '13 acre :301: 8. Morgan Rd. Own.r finance $39.000.

Party left area. Assume 964.530. t'fn' 11/27 doors, pipes, plus '100 AMI Butler Fla. 32054. 12/11 I Hn. moot toll free at I '6.16 acres Gr''"'. Leap-timber-awn. fin. 10500.
payments of $1900 > 1181.COMMERCIAL. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE Partial' 1-800-328-4462 4500 Lyn-
per SHALLOW WELL f\UMPOn. 10,000 other Items now. at 4tpd 3.5 acres near Presbyt.Church. ft ha.pltal-mak. offer
month.'White Sewing and ,half h.p.; 'completely\ Center:, US 301, COIN ly furnished; heat and air dal e Avenue North Mlnrja.OpttlJAfc. ,

I Appliance'Center, '3527 rebulft; (pever. u* ed since'', ,."SouVta.rke, / ','tFch".'.'.,.r.. .. OPERATED CAMESt For' ..cond.! ) .$, !Q00 per month! ; M'n.neptB' LOTS FOR INVESTMENT : '
S.W. Arch. Rood Archer ":.dlin the'Bradford Col; children 7 Trailer lots Brownlee R<...20% dn.per acre $4.OOO. :i
being' rebuilt.0! Calf ,,1 i ACRE ,LOT: FOR SALEi L P1"5 deposit., No 554 Uti i or call collect to
Square Plaza Gainesville,, 5332366. '12/25 2tchg Garage, water sewer and 'area. Excellent Income or pet. Mature couple Robert Hunter at ''ISITxIStf commercial on 301-owner fin. 33000. .
phone 376-4466. 1/1 Itchg 01/01 elect. 7 ml. NW of Stark. producer. Great for Individual preferred. Itchg II.Hill's 904-7338137. l/t 2tchg Country' Club lot 180 x 313'-nice location-$10.000. :

LIMEROCKt 20 yd semi SHOTGUN.Remlngtori.\ gas on SR 229. Whispering WildernessLog wanting to own c ;, 'Hampton Oaks Lot US. trees, owner financed-S7.MO. :

loads only. ALLEN E. operated; automatic\\ ; 12 Pines Estates lot No. :28. full or part time "All Cash" -e"' ., Call a Water St. lot 235': x U' Owner fin. $19.800. i

TAYLOR, Lawtey. Phone gauge. In good cona ltlon. 11/13 tfnchg. HomesAn business. For details call "" ....mJM Call' St. commercial 100' x 190 Owner fin. $ .900. i
''*' lfI''I\I\)}. "ij'' If\! '
782-3172. 12/4 tfchg. Call 5332366. 12/25 :tchg 25" TV COLOR CONSOLE adventure Into rustic Mr. Blake, 305/896-8973 "J ;If.' 'Illt. : :"-! CLIP ANI''''v.2 ) ...... "1" HANDYMAN SPECIALS3BR .
HAYs Highly fertilized. 01/01 \ Walnut finish. Under war elegance. We make Log or Toll Free $5 $'Sf .> I I acre Wilson Road reduced 13500. !

Argentlna-Bahla (no rain). GENTLE WHITE FILLYl* 15 ranty. Pay off balance due Home dream*-a reality. 18004281447. Itpd 1/1. 7 349rity .'606 W. Adklns-House & 50' x 10V lot 12500. a
J.M. Edward Call \ TEXAS OIL COMPANY need 1 Secui Service it
hands, 3 years old qua.l.torhorae $197.10 cash or take overpayments Janet M.St.r11n8RealtorAuthorized 621 W. AJUni 2 BR-carport-fenced $"000. !
9645379. 124tchg blood line, troll \ar ..of $20.00 per Dealer1.5047123531712319E' dependable person who If it :24 HOUR EMER(ENC/ !SERVICE ;J BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES '

12/25. pleasure horse $700 \W month.White's Sewing and con work without supervision ;14li THIS COUPON WO,RTH $51| TOWARD ... 750 W. Madison farmer Mobil sta-$23.000. I

USED NEWSPAPER will trade for young Appliance Center, 3527 .Sale*Associates' In' Starke. Contact ''It PURCHASE OR SEE VII:. OF $ 25 OR MORa ... 419 S.Walnut New large wa..hou.SI2.5. ;
I ALUMINUM PLATESl 24 x ,registered quarter hors emare S.W. Archer Road Archer customer Age unimportant .4 LOCKS CHANCED REF>'AWEOi INSTALLED h .
36" 25 An W.Sink. MldmlR. l..eSw. 'p' OEADBOLTS-LO CKS- RIKEYEOSUftOLAU '; >Great property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Fin.
each. but
Bradford I I. We
tock maturity ''' i
and/or Square Plaza, GainesvillePhone ....._ f ;
in u-Mra fi' ; .
_: : ALARMS Store & Apt on 301-good potential-owner fin.
County Telegraph 964-5078. Itchg I/I. \ 3764466. Itchg 1/1 1. train. Write W.D. Dick. .. ., .. '.J -!Iro.
964-6305. tfn MMml.S.CwwvHomes Pres., Southwestern -- .... .... .7000 sq. ft. CI bldg.. en Rd. I6E Owner fin. "
5445521 Coupon expires FSC- 1SS 198t\ Homecommer.) ft Madison St. Owner II...
WINDOWS. WAREHOUSE Petroleum, Ft. Worth Tx. cottage on
782-3971. Itpd I/I. \ Singer top model Futura 'i.S" .
LADDERS $ gal. cans hORSEs 1.000 lb. Bay i Zig Zag sewing machine. LetssAcegetawtey..Florida 76101. Itchg 1/1. '... _JAI l .t '! 1 $500 me. Income four, furn. rentals-Call A Bay 55,000 I

asphalt roof coating.$7.00; gelding 5-years-old. Also \''t Stretch stitches darn. large apt. complex on 301. good cash flow awn. I in.

cases of 6 one-gallon cans have saddle Call 964-7065. blind hems, automatic *Happy New Year**

for $8. 9646679. Bargain Itchg 1/1. \ bobbin winder etc. Party [fl fl -
12/11: I tfn. tenUot Allwtlaltf-rfMt i
Center. ileft' area. Originally sold BIRCH'S 964-5534 Oerrl .nnoft.A.lOe e-416-3140
MUCK TOPPERS. $ ". INSTALLED TRUCK TOPPERS. $U9. INSTALLED for S499.00.. Pay offt IDIWRSCCVERY' Iran Terwlllegor.964-7776 Martha Dorko, 7823397nneTerv

I Ho full vision I Has full vision Valance I due< $137.00 cash I IPM PEST CONTROL SERVICESa.011 .,lllegar Nelson.47S."" Solly Kllllen.46B-22SS
door and opening side win. door and opening side window or payments S11.00
perm The. Room of The' Master Klllt ,rs vAO
On. Recovery
warranty. /
dows. One year warranty. year onth. Under warranty. I"
Beatley Bargain Beasley Bargains W.hit.Sewing Center 3327 Lake City Local Dlst. 19 For Positive G.rman.Roach |Control ",p % r----------------------
4734521. tfnchg 12/11 Archie Tanner Funeral co>* Special Senior Citiien Rates ,? YESII! 1 0c'')
4734521. tfnchg 12/11. S.V V. Archer Rood Archer J .' I
SoV'are Plaza Gainesville. Home 'nCh"
: Phone3764466., Itchg 1/1. ,9&J-V747 5t"rk.. Fl. __ 41 I I re"Z? DON'S RQOFINS

Day or Night Service I -


C e Locks: Re-keyed Loci (S Repaired I I

.', POLICIESAT DON HU. SECURITY SYST .rEMS I: Roofing of all types, including I
473-3649 _

SERVICES ,I I .. I Free Estimates
I BR FURNISHED lake cot TWO ACHES near SR-100 100 ft. x 0436 ft. Loll

CARPENTER WORKs tog. $225 p.r month. near Ke>.(rstone Heights.' Restricted for 1850 sq ft. Olin's Mobile Office For Rent Prompt Service 1

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY $300 dow'ti, $66.84 per minimum building, size in Home SalesFREE
\ Remodeling work. kitchen REALTOR month. Phi">ne 473-4058 or Bradford] County. QUOTES January rent'Free ample parkli rig, corner ---------------------. --
cabinets and trimcarpenter. 473-4367 titter ,6 p.m. af Laura St. and
473-4961 Phone 964-5606 Hwy. 100 i Starke. '
prices. Call Ed Dempsey at Ifnchg 12/11 tfnchg 11/20 I CLYDE W. Elaine M. Olin' Agent 473-2735.,. VACUUM WsDrilling I
473-2477. 12/4 'ON LAKE GENEVA-2BR .AKB LOTS AN'D\ A<;RIAGI. ....... r
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS T'/.BA. $150 per month. Keystone Heights' owner SIMPSON "
Water and financed 10 p.rcent In- ft USEDWe
garbage pick. NEW .__.
Closed 8 a CO REALTOR
meetings Monday
up Included First and last terest. Lots on ,clear, sand f" 2" Thru 6"
p.m. Open meetings, Fri. bottomed lake priced to finance our own. I
day 8pm. Alanon Monday r 'month, $100 deposit. Joe 156-*'''' 24 hrs, Fill IIMEROCK KI8BYS Fast RotaryCtrlllin
sell from $9.90'It-orM to
473 238J. tfnchg .
G'vllle 377-7996 24 hr..
8 p.m. Alateen/ Monday 7< '
five overloi aklng lake ROYALS Equipment
BUILDER'S HOUSE 3BR 2BA acres '", h.Huntley '
p.m. All meetings If 1400 ft., W/W (access avallah ''Ic! ) with' I 'DOZER'WORK EUREKAS .
Educational Building Com sq., fully equipped carp.t.CHA. kit. nice trees from\ 3500. HOOVERS _. "IJ.g !i .I?_.

munlty Church. tfnchg. chen. Half acre lot lake $500 down, $50 .iv month.Commercial ., I IRedfearn' .
12/4.: Septic Tank! Installations ELECTROLUX J I.F.I!
PRESSURE CLEANING PAINTING access. $295 month;, frotitage( _
376-0392 days. 377-9829 Investment, oppot' lunlty. FILTER QUEENS
and wallpapering 1/1/81 SR-3IN.: Owner-solit'Smon, New & Used
nights tfnchg
Phone 473-2477. tfnchg FOR RENT 473-.373. tfnchg 12/..', RVICES Cmmn BROS. SEARS I
12/4 2BR FURNISHED mobile' AKC DOBIRMAN-'Top CALL: COMMERCIAL: SatesPartsServicemin.i
Latft 473-4340 "
PLUMIING'REPAIRS..Lorry home'$175 month. quality only. You art' Invited We'repair; all makes..
Teague Plumbing. p.r !-'i JftnB--Tii.!! !' .....
lilt FURNISHED mobile, to visit our. kenf el.. 'or 964-6750 .

CARPENTRY 475-1513. tfnchg AND MASONRY'WORK..ulld 5/21. month.home on lake, $190 p.r WACHEMEISTEft 475-1 220. DOBERM:ANtfnchg :;, li1! 473-4252 ,:, .4, ....Steve Cardin:' Owner AL YOUHG'S. Plumbing!

patios, 2BR FURNISHED lake '12/4 Repairs Of Mafor( Since IM7
cot 1 1tag.

fireplaces' addition.' .. $250 per.month. FIVE ,ACRES-FOREST "''uk.: I Electric Appliances;. --- -" --- L'LRENTA.CULLIGA1N.- 9 .'918' .New Installation
homes 'ond
remodeling,1 Eugene K. Reese, Realtor 5900 down:$108' .O3 mont)1) .Serving Bradford I Clay r I
tile work. efSt.rkeeeUSSO
Free estimates.; Phone 3 miles north Remodeling Repairs
473-7076, 4732520. Mtptd. Counties
Phone 473-4473 during day 12/18-1/81' !' --. ? ,,
1/1-1/8 I' '
2tchg .
or 782-3906. oiler 5 ., .. Lawrence Blvd. .
p.m. Keystone ,
.2BR .FURNISHED mobile : I .
tfnchg I 12/11 \ I -
home, 100x< $$'. central I oil ,. HOUSE=OR'R' :" ,=":

WANTEDCASH heat gas. range* fenced BY OWNER j' !? BradfordMiniStorago PUMP
i' .@ filID Ss ;
I 11 .yard fake privileges. -7 n. 1'batn, bncK wme on 1_ LOSTFOUNDOSTI rr ). :jg
For, GOLD ,sl,..rllna. ,.4 3-2022.: Itchg 1/1111.! quiet road rear of golf eouneiwi I .. [: &
'jewelry diamdnds,' 'cn,. n deeded .lake. accetsTsel: '. THill.MONTH-OI.D ; OOW@n ]n : '

Will visit your home : cond bam roughed In. Mouse FIMALa SLACK puppy lr'.Porcdlse ,. I .. F'ct. 7'S' .PIR Ii HWY 100 st Lsura St. suppLY
anywhere.. 376-5233.:: AVRlttman. \ MIS9LLANEOUS. has ipaclaous wtm Iclt hen .. "T. $3 MID .
"wit" area Dec. COMPANY
appilancei Including kelcleanoven '" Only.. =
Water /
Phone collect) MNGO-kAMERICAN (ilCION and SIde .by sIde ,\J.; loi' Christmas, Analysts (FO *3MONT.is.) NOW .

tfnchg 12/4 HALL.iSR-21! Sat. 7 p.m., refrigerator with ICe-fft IIcef'. r-.nt..p'.o' phoise Call 964-5oft and Pluslnstallstio'n I 1...
WE BUY used ,, nc-wax .flooring. m .' say .' 864 N. .
furniture'! op- Sunday2-0| p.f* Public In- ,|iittherr. 4.Ir2SU; with Information. QErH'NG.: ,
pllances and alymlnym ylted. tfrchg |/ iet, room foormi' off, Hving Mtctten-.room W/w, !laundry .2ft'.eU//1 ( "' "lutlJld r" \ lIL ; IJl = f'.l tor3ge Urilts :
truck Phone carpet, i ::2 ve.
toppers "
.01\ & FEMALE WAtKZRbiciti. IIR..VJaI.IUHn
C/H wicncC/A, _. ,
473-4331.tfnchg ,0/1' ., 'h- ; I ,) avstlaole One car carport noou6:and&jxssisifff wNte and browy." ., ..__ ttr'IJ.r: ) ', ;$?:lIla. ;1IIi no & tip, terke
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c Improper Backin :;. Escape ThwartedDec. Shoplifting Charged .'";;: shoplifting a, 'three' :.cn/uice j tube of

Mrs.LlUr Mae GriffisMrs. Union carrier for 20 years. Mr. Charged InLBMishapl: ; ; 23 at RMCAn Tq Tennessee Man toothpaste from the gn>eery store,acCording -
Rucker owned and Rucker'sBar ( 't
I>> operated
Lillie Mae Griffis, 68, residentof ?II, to the Starke /police Depart.
Starke,died Friday at the Bradford since 1957. He was a member oif A'Lake Butler woman'was charged: inmate at the Reception and A'' Bluff City, Tennessee man wasp; ment. .
County Hospital following a brief il- the Methodist Church. i with Improper backing! and operating Medical Center near Lake Butler was arrested on a shoplifting charge at the, Hartley was releas-d 'on a $160.50
lness. Survivors include: one son SeabifeRucker. 4 motor vehicle without' valid stopped in his attempt to escape by an Handy Way Grocery Store, SR-100 at' recognizance bond ,,..fter being arraigned -
Born in Union County, Mrs. Griffis Lake Butler; one brother, drivers license alte..lter car backed alert correctional officer Tuesday, Waters Street in Starke at 3:1O: p.m. before f County
had lived< in Macclenny before moving W.H. Rucker. Gastonla, N.C.; two up into a parked car on 'SW 8th Dec, 23, at 3 p.m., according to Saturday, Dec. 27. ; Judge Elzie S.i;S. Bradford K: '
to Starke about one ago. She sisters Mrs. Grace Hobnett and Mrs. Avenue, 120 feet west of SW 6th Streetin Superintendent J.B. Godwin. Patrolman E.W. Wilkerson ar ,( .. / ', \
was a member of the Congregational JoAnn Webb both of Gastonia; and 3 Lake Butler at f'p.m. Thursday Inmate Charles ,,Lacquary 24, rested Randy Calvin Hartley, 24.. of /r ,
Methodist Church of Macclenny.: grandchildren.< Dec. 25.Edna. climbed the first of two perimeter Bluff City, Tennessee on a charge of /
Survivors include: one daughter,' Funeral services were held Sunday!, Mae Brown, 48 of Lake fences. The tower'officer' shouted a .' '.1
Mrs. Lizzie Griffis Statute; five sons, Dec 28, at 2p.m. in the chapel of Ar- Butler was not injured and there was warning and then fired a warning shotin .J
Lewis Griffis, Starke, Clyde and cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler, no damage to the 1972 Plymouth'sedan an attempt to halt Lacquary,according ,
with Rev. Melvin Owen officiating. she was driving. to Godwin;
Owen Griffis, both of Macclenny,
.J.W. Griffis Raiford.and Randy Grif Burial followed In Dekle Cemetery Damage was estimated at $140 to When the inmate did not stop, the ;
fis, Lake Butler her mother Mrs. under the direction of Archer Funeral the 1978 Oldsmobile sedan owned by officer fired two rifle shots( at Lac
Lizzie Thornton; ,. Raiford; two Home. The family asks that in lieu of Jeffrey K. Andrews of Lake Butler, quary, striking him In the groin and
brothers Elmer and Elsey Thornton( flowers donations may be made to that was legally parked.The right leg. The inmate's condition was NOTICE f
both of Raiford; one sister Alma the Lattice Marie Rucker Davis Plymouth, starting from a stabilized at the RMC hospital beforehe
Ratliff, Macclenny 21 grandchildrenand Scholarship Fund at the Farmers and parked position, backed onto SW 8th was transported to Alachua .
19 great grandchildren.; Dealers Bank, Lake Butler. Avenue from a private driveway and General in Gainesville according to I .
backed into the right front of the Godwin. I
Funeral services were conducted at '
2 p.m. Monday, December 22,at Pine Kenneth L. Jennings Oldsmobile sedan that was parked ata Lacquary was sentenced in Pinellas The TG&Y December J26 Cir-
curb across the street, according to last
Grove Congregational Methodist County August to 30 months for
Church with L.E. Harvey officiating. Kenneth L. Jennings, age 73, who the Florida Highway Patrol. resisting arrest with violence. cular, shows an incorrect sale
lived at Hillcrest, died in the Alachua Trooper W.M. Abrams cited Brownfor
Burial Archie was in Tanner Pine Funeral Grove Cemeterywith Home of Generallospitalln Gainesville early improper backing and operating a Man ArrestedFor price on the Clorox,, 2@ AH
Friday following a lingering illness. motor vehicle without a valid drivers
Starke in charge: of arrangements. Born in Elmira. N.Y. Oct. 18, 1907. license. FightingA Fabric Bleach of 2 b sixes for

Mr. Jennings moved to Hillcrest 14 Starke man was arrested for battery ;
Walter Taylor years ago from Cayuta, N.Y., after Man, 23, Arrested of another man after an incidentat 99$: The sale price should, read

Walter E. Taylor. 56, of Jackson. Florida spending for the several winter years.months He was in a After Thoni TheftA 905 Thomas Dec.Street 28.in Starke at 3:10: 990: each; box. We regret: any
p.m. ,
ville, died December 25, at the
retired Millwright by trade. Starke man was arrested for Raymond P. Tyson was arrested by
University Hospital In Jacksonville Survived by his wife, Gladys C.Jen- grand theft that involved a burglaryat Patrolman W.K. Mclntireona chargeof inconvenience this f!;l-rror may
following a brief Illness. nings; 3 sons, Wayne Jennings of the Thoni Oil Service Station on battery of Wayne Tyson by striking
Born in Bradford County, Mr. Alpine, N.Y., Fred Washburn of caus /
US-301 three miles north of Starke at him with his fist, according to the
the of the late Walter
Taylor was son Wyalusing Penn., &: Douglas 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 25. Starke Police Department.Bond /
E. and Vernie Lowe Taylor, pioneersof Washburn of Elmira. N.Y. 8 grandchildren .
; Jerry Wayne Butler. 23, of Starke was set in the case at $265.50
Bradford( County. Mr. Taylor was and 7 great grandchildren. was arrested by Deputy Sheriff John
and Raymond Tyson was still in jailas
the Towers Hardware
employed by Funeral services were held Mon- F. Dempsey on a charge of
grand this went to
paper press. h hN
Company of Jacksonville and was a day, Dec. 29, in Odessa, N.Y. with heft of pilfering an undetermined ITIG! QYI
member of the First Baptist Churchin
burial in Laurel Hill
Jacksonville Cemetery. amount of money .from the clerk,
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in Jerry Johns.
Survivors include: his wife Mrs. charge of cal arrangements. Butler is being held in the Bradford .
Sidney Taylor, Jacksonville; two
County Jail in Starke. "
daughters, Mrs. Janis Lee Varnes
Starke and Miss Deborah Ann Taylor Ernest V. Widegren _____!o. __ __ ____
IIVALUAllLl--' !:
Jacksonville; five sons, Phillip Allen Ernest Victor Widegren 65. of I tPNIOTO a..
Taylor and William Albert Taylor Melrose, died Monday December 22, EA G ,: COUPON ..

both Charles of Jacksonville Lee Taylor Walter, both Taylorand of at Gainesville.North Florida Regional Hospital, Open'sDa'i I I. EiJIEAGlE't : '.

Gainesville, and Richard Taylor. Born in Nassau County, N.Y., Mr. eaTft I (DEVELOPING A I
Raiford; one sister. Mrs. Mandy Grif- Widegren came here from Newark .-ae'" 6 II PRINTING SPECIAL!

fis, Starke; one brother,Alfred Lowe, Del., seven years ago and was a "" 2. to r I t2 mXfi'l. I
20ExpMBxp.. MKicp.
Jacksonville and four I n
grand- .
; retired supervisor with DuPont. H children. was a member of the Pryor. Okla. .2/93.393.995.99 !
Graveside services were held at 2 Lodge F&AM and attended the Com bcc udaaForalgfl-C22-A8A40anmi. Q
p.m Saturday Dec 27, at Crosby munity Church at Keystone Heights. : .ear"'sa I e !/ Coupon Muat Aooompany Orctar.
Lake Cemetery with Rev. Roman Survivors include: his wife'', ..ew ; I
Alvarez officiating, with Archie Tanner Margaret Frances 'Widegren ,
l"Ul1<'ralllome of Starke in chargeof Melrose; one daughter, Susan Lutr 490/.11 =
I & Save to
arrangements cavage Long Beach Miss.; two sons on sale Thursday Friday Saturday up

Gerald Burton Widegren, San Frari- _
cisco and Donald Earl Widegren Clocks calculators! Radios
Mrs. Ine Vcrna McCann _
Gainesville; one brother, Walter )IVt.
Mrs. Inez V. McCann 72 of Wor- Widegren, Ivoryton Conn. ; one r Ir and morel! Save up to $3.00 tOrfM/

thington died Friday after an extended sister, Mrs. Charles King of Pueblo MEV'I' "y Cartons/// ;
illness. Colo. and grandchild.
; one
& toot.II7
Born in Oklahoma Mrs. McCann Funeral services were held Friday ea
moved to Florida in 1924 and had liv- December :26, at the CommunityChurch r [ 65 fJKus tax :

ed in Worthington for the past 11 Keystone Heights, Fla. wilih! hU Pt
years. She was retired from the Host Rev. Buddy Friedlin conducting tile acb
Food Service, catering to Airlines services. Johnson-Hayes Funeral
and was a member of the Sardis Bap- Home Gainesville, were in charge of .YGOri caoo"rrrrs4
tist Church. arrangements.In .
Survivors include: her husband. lieu of flowers those who desire

Olin; one brother Owen Chunn may make contributions to the <,
Tuscaloosa, Ala.; one sister, Eula American Cancer Society. Mik
j Lambert, Harlselle, Ala.; and several cn' Tpv 4L
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Sundayat Two Local Residents INQRAHAM ELECTRIC ALARM

4 pm. in the chapel of Archer Elected to 3 Year CLOCK, WA3.Z. .......................4.97 Ay
Funeral Home( of Lake Butler with

Rev. Victor Nickerson officiating. Terms at FMXTwo CARD 8-DIGIT SIZE<: WAST.i346 CREDIT...,.O.88
Burial followed in Elzey Chapel members of the Gold I-Cist SPORTSMAN'S WATCH LUMINOUS
Cemetery under the direction of Archer Starke Florida. Farmers Mutual'Ex. L
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. change Patron Council formerly DIAL WAS JUtt..14.88MULTIBAND ::

board of directors) were elected to a RADIO, AM/FM/pollce, MEN'S WARM.UP SUITS 114i. I 100% MEN'S ft BOYS'WOOL BLIND CPO
I three-year term on the Council, according WAS.24eC.19.88 CRESLAM ACRYLIC;; JACKETS IN HANDSOME PLAIDS1.O7
weather aircraft
Seaborn P. Rucker jfohn JUMBO ROLL
to announcement
an by
Seaborn P. Rucker, 75, of Lake Smith, general manager, at the DELTA 135 ona-ply TOWELS snaola.WERE 49* EMERSON CLOCK-RADIO....,
Butler died Thursday. Dec: 25, in the FMX's annual meeting held rece ntly. Me lighted digitals WAS_ t 3.'.....27.88 QN gEI.Ieg
North Florida Regional Hospital in These members are: Jimmy Gasl kins, SYLVANIA FLASH BAA 4 mm' ; .' :
Gainesville after an extended) illness. Starke and Fred Pendarvis, Law.tey. 44 OPT TRASH BAGS 10 flashes WASJLZrT.....,............ I.I I ; wERejawr '
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Born in Royston Ga., Mr. Rucker In addition the we. 211,wytla 1 77 Full tip front slash pock and .IIC pull-on Wool fabric bland. 2 ch l'pocket. "w/bunonad"
following patrons: WEREJ.H" SYLVANIA BLUE DOT FLIP 4 --m "waist" Some sHght IrraguUrt.alt rm S.M.L.Xt (tap.nyton Unsd coMsr,cuffs.8-XL I t-K.
moved to Lake Butler in 1928 to lay will also serve on the Council: :Don FLASH. 8 flMhM: WASfcrr...._ l.ff
sewer and water piping throughoutthe Morgan, Keystone Heights; Wilbur '
city. He was a rural mail carrier Stephens Lawtey; and E.C. Ha prey, Auto, home, garden! Save up to $1.00 (;l id slwnt r, rd .
during WWII and a Florida Times Lawtey. rh.I I Q
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Hamburger Baby Pork Ribs NM .
steaks 5 Lbs.

16-5 oz. $595



Pork 5 Lbs.Chops 87 gr Furniture&taut Polish,.1.57 or 8.88 8.88 4.93 3.96 '6.88 3.88,

SLDS ) WAIW Foaming rug WA&MvAafcw WAS..a.eaWERUM'- WAU-N' WAS>" :
Chicken Thighs, $340 Extsnda. angina Ufa. In- shampoo, .a mmmm Chrorna-plala slaal Rubber ft vinyl ralncraaaasgaamUaaga. FuhIon eoIld.. .Ibtud SefMn-prmt polyester, ,PolySeotton plnw.l 100% cotton In bright :
SI OS $549 19 oz........... ./ Standard/malrlc. forced Will not burst. cuff., .wad. lrc.d..'3-xi. long ,SIMM, ,nwn'8-KL corduroy. 11-11. pl.ld.Bo/'I to 1.. :
Chicken wings, $320 '
,; 70 idi.ay rue case FOLDING BED, f'
Fryers.. 5369. ALUMINUM CANNON. : .

21.88 .. .. .
=_ WA1.W-W j
'.4 IDs.: :T-Bones. 4.Delmonlcos bS.. .

or _._ ,. FAMOUS MAKER
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'.4lbs.T-eones: r -
:Eye Steak .
Delmonlcoj '.SID*.Hamburg r / 'l tt '
i albs: Rib ;Steaks r 6.88

Eye steak '.5 ids.Hot
5 IDs. Hambur '
Smoked Sausag .
.. ''Steaks '..5 IDS.whole LOl 98OIS= OUR NT YOUR mj O**** !fMM=T. 4.94 Llghtwalghl w..wInV',..iack airy ::
.5 IDs. CHlx le Pork Chops OICB CHOice aCi i. v, 0Rj/Sal' or plunging' ..._ :
.Breast ,.6 Ibs.Extra Lea Cnroma 11-1..v btousa ..... 8-bar alack' r..k.sal Choosa nykn dulltamtuily bfl. 24 17" mint- A3.9 ydPT, WERUM" collar alaavaa.IV..In....slias3.M. Long. .: 2. :_
of S.kkt'n pnta'add-on'grlppara or_-1._ rucksack dining lacxla box Win tray or 9 pc. H.avy' gsuga, non-slip Foly/servlw la with nylon .
5 Jds. WholeporkChops' 'Ground Beef door hoMar for M Hangars. aluminum. mssa HUM' '"sturdy...._. back clear gold and binding, SoMs.Cannon.' L. .
>.5,IBS:HOC( DO <.10;Breast IbS. >ueg?I or 25% off Paints! Big savings to 49% Shoe bargains! Save .up to $2.00 !

'smoked Sauipkg.vege '*3 IDs.Bacon I IS
r '. IDs. French Frits7pkg.vegetabi I

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U&.ae.1fD ;Food wA __ .1 47 ADORN HAIR 8PAY.ot.Rag. 57' MIN\ ."WORK SHOfS: MEWS SOFT CASUALS TERRY' SUPPERS! ::
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