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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I hU sternest teat In yean fire Huber three weeks before his Buster Bennett. She chose to run
IacwnbentpoUce Chief M. M. Jordan CETA contract expired. The council against Scott this time, Mrs. Jordan
barely edged newcomer David L. refused to Include a second Lawtey says, because she likes Bennett's
Huber by 12 votes. 1SO-138, In voting policeman In the budget and refused Judgement on the council and Marvin
Tuesday at Lawtey. to outright dismiss Huber on Jordan's Rosier already had oppostion when

., ..-. -- t Huber's 138 votes were an unusual recommendation, instead placing she qualified.Both .
: .' ly good turnout him in the fire department. Chief Jordan and Commissioner
for a
".. (by 1.r.D.v1.t f didato, coupled with the factthe Mrs. Jordan served eight years on Scott are candid about the differences
l' former CETA the council before being defeated four : that have arisen between
Vhlon. of sugar plums, toys and prancing reindeer are no trouble convincing Santa Claus that ....'* been a good to Lawtey policeman fairly new years ago by present councilman them.
: .the. usual topic of conversation with this famous girl. F
;: gentleman and Tammy Jean Starling. Is probably having And a* twinkly-eyed Santa Clans listens to Tammy It's 1 "This was like watching a real
debatable as to who Is charming whom close football game. You never knew
/'.for sure who would win until the last New
!vote was counted," saidpp worker Strawberry Crop
'I'Katie McCombs after a 13
.. Saturday, 10 a.m. and all votes were carefully count

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.. ';..-" ,J1' ; \4 contract ran out, will now be forced to Off to' Good StartAdequate
seek employment elsewhere since he
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: mere ,comes Santa. i hA ci j,definitely wants "to remain in law en-
: i orceraent: and there are only so many rains in preceding two years had been un-

:: +I openings. Bradford county." vided growers with ideal conditions. profitable
.i i ;:'..: ':;..And Saturday, Dec. 8 Santa Claus and all his helpers <"|jt time Jordan, chief for the past for setting strawberry plants and getting It now costs around$2,500 an acre to

j J.. : .will be in the annual Christmas parade sponsored by,the Jyers, was challenged was back In the 1980 crop off to a good start. about grow strawberries Taylor said, and
For that the dozen the same amount to get them
lt3! when he handily defeated two reason, or so
Chamber of Commerce. op
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market. With
in veterans still growing berries In
ponents 134-117 the first
The parade will begin at 10 a.m. in the Bradford Square When Mitchell Brown, the primary.most Bradford County are optimistic over yield at around 1,000 flats to the acre
t' shopping center and wind through downtown ,Starke. serious challenger until this year, nn the outlook for the forthcomingseason. the grower just about breaks even at

Approximately 35 entries have signed up, and entrantscan against Jordan in the 60'.Brown gained $5 for per him flat.to make It takes little S6 or more per flat
still in before the noon deadline tomorrow one vote in two years Jordan hasalways a money.
squeeze i L.M. (Buddy) Norman. Jr. Is well
Dec 7. won 2 to 1 or 3 to 1. pleased with the vigorous look of his "If we could get yield up to 1.200

Entrants in the parade include Grace Baptist Children's (I Long-time councilman Robert Scott four-week-old plants that are about as flats per acre that would mean
got more votes than any challenged good as he's ever had. another $1,000 per acre In thegrower's
County
:Church, Bradford Roping Club, the City of Hampton (3 en- candidate easily handling 206-77 the Bobby Taylor agrees that the weather Agent pocket and would help a
; tries), Volunteers of America St.Edward's Catholic lot" Taylor said. "But there Is
s bid, of Mrs. Barbara Jordan, the this fall has been "just right" for
i Church, and Bradford County Timber Wolves CB Club, chiefs wife to unseat him..,/ljott! growers and even the record- always the possibility that he will get
Suzuki of Starke, and many more. I. .dean of the council with 16 years of breaking cold of the past week "has only 800 flats per acre, and you can
kervlee is the only black on ,the been good",for the see where that would leave him-In
I ; "I think this year's parade is going to be bigger and better hardy strawberry the hole."

=' ," said Bill Wilson, Chamber executive. ... :Lawtey commission.: .. i.,..,_ _.. plants. ButII the. weather stays Rood and ,

__ .... ., Wilson said.he.]topes. the,cit -'an' get Christmas: tree '!J.trvtir'iwJ..wUb. "vote: *over" ..braking. cold set In last Thursday; ;; plants keep 'grdwingIJlkethayrrant'! ', :#id'" '"
.. and have the community choir sing some, traditional 'Ii' !rie Leslie Phillips who got 83 votes. record for this century now most local growers look for a
.. ,. tt will be Rosier third term. '
Christmas carols. ;: for low temperature on that date a good season. At least, it doesn't hurt
I bone-chilling 28 degrees. The 28 low to be optimistic. '
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The parade will begin at Bradford Square Shopping A t Clerk LucillerShuford,were both was repeated Friday followed by 30'
; Center and proceed down US-301 to Walnut Street, go north -unopposed. Bennett landed 211 votes Sunday and Monday,

up Walnut to Madison, turn right on Madison to Thompson I 'and Shuford 214. out of 293 total votes Tuesday morning's was 34'.and
Street, left on Thompson to Call Street, left on Call to }which included 26 absentees. by Wednesday the mercury had eased \\iJl; !' crl1Un! vTricr.SATURDAY

Orange Street, left on Orange to Madison, and back out to \: Also sparking Interest In this elec- up to a low of 37'.

301 and the shopping center. lion were the differences of opinion While pleased with the
Cash prizes will be awarded for the first, second, and Above,city employee Sidney Grit fls between Chief Jordan and MayorCommlMioner Taylor I is still dissatisfied weather with the
hangs a refurbished bell..only of Scott over the city
third winners. one 6' acreage currently being planted In ( rJ
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return to the"good old days 40 or SO
years ago when Bradford boasted
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II Additional City :Pay Raises ,Delayed by CouncilIn Plant original Florida City winter,before But an"strawberry that Increase title was in capital"of acreage lost to

here. If It ever comes, will be a slow
and arduous what with the
a 4-1 vote city commissioners voted Tuesday night to postpone giving five City Approves Railroad Crossing Maintenance ContractCity high Interest process rates on borrowed
administrative employees a pay raise as requested by City Clerk Merrill Ed
money, and the high cost of
wards. commissioners unanimously approved a maintenance contract with the '.. .QIC. I
Edwards requested the pay raise after four employees 'In the gas department Seaboard Coast railroad company to maintain the Market Street crossing everything from plants to pickers. CAR WASH
received rallies totaling$46.24 a week. At the Nov 19 commission meeting, Com The city will kick in $615 a year for the maintenance which will be done by It's an ill wind that blows Community Bonk P....,...tot
missioner Wilbur Waters requested the raises to make the salaries within the Seaboard. and nobody I.....;;'.4,.11I.
good, however
Taylor sees
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department" equitable. Edwards said the request for raises would "open a can of glimmer of good for Florida berry National. Honor.h > $200 SocietyCorwo
worms, In the. high prices of
growers gasoline W..h.w..don- 110
which has increased the cost of
i Commissioners postponed action on Edwards' request, saying the pay raise Old City Hall Moving to Pratt Street transporting California berries to the *****
issue should be discussed with all department heads, If salary increases are of TURKIVIHOOTKlngiloy
After several months delay city commissioners unanimously agreed to eastern markets making Florida berries .
needed they will be given at one time. have the old city hall moved to a newly-aifhounced location-Pratt Street facing more with toko Civic Cents
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Mayor-Commissioner Vernon Silcox voted against the delay without giving a ,
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specific reason. However, he did express that he felt the raises were warranted.An The move will cost approximately $6,000 as bid by P.K. Hunt of Cross City. had become the Big Two of 1
exact dollar figure was not available, but Edwards said the increase was a Hunt .uMMAGIIALI
told Clerk Edwards the work would begin sometime after Christmas.It strawberry production In North
13 percent hike-that includes the 5 percent across-the-board pay raise figured In- ....... .4 p.m..<
had been previously agreed that the city hall would be moved to the Edwards America in recent years. ,
Swkock Corner
to tlU980 budget. by
Road Complex. However. Commissioner Charles Schaefer recommended the
There is still slim of It.....W._', Club
hope marked
Pratt Street site after meeting with recreation department personnel. a
"The old city hall would have no purpose In the Edwards Road area..the increase in acreage in the foreseeable .
: Bids on Police Department RejectedTwo recreation people feel it would be better out on Pratt Street/' Schaefer said. future unless more young people can ...SUNOAYDiCt_
Commissioner Waters said he didn't care where it was moved to as long. it be induced to enter the strawberry- TOUR Or HOMES
bids) received by city commissioners to demolish and remove the vacant was moved. producing Industry,Taylor lays And 2,......'.,,..... V.
policebuilding: were unanimously rejected. this Is unlikely because of the cost of Stortlnf ot
The-removal of the police building had been discussed at the Nov. 19 meeting, making a start and the difficulty of w._.,.',Club
;with Commissioner, Schaefer suggesting the building be sold for salvageable getting financed In any phase of
,parts Utility Dept. in Need of!Mew' Truck agriculture under present conditions. ..MONDAY. DI JL
Low bidder for demolishing the building was Safeway Salvage, Inc.. of Starke, "The meter truck Is in bad shape, gentlemen,"announced Clerk Edwards and CIVITAN RIGIONAl .' ..
who bid$1,250 to completely demolish and remove the building. Foundation Paving he asked that bids on a new. smaller truck be-taken. "We need to at least double our present ILOOOMO1111St.rk..Sredlord
Co., of Starke, bid $6,000 to demolish the building and clean the site. Edwards laid the elght-cyllnder truck Is drinking eight, quarts of oil countless acreage,'' Taylor says. The local )County
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RI thought we were going to get paid to have the building removed Commis- gallons or gal and can barely make its rounds. .It s been In need of repair for a market, even with the you-pickera is CIMI........of CommorcomC171 '
sioner Waters said, laughing. long time and now we have to do something or else the meter readers will be about saturated, he said, and more (Pl....c.II..1 ;- .
Commissioner Ted Oglesby said the electric department would like to use the walking.*' volume is needed to get back Into the g.too HIM for donotlon) ,
concrete blocks from the building and would remove the building in one day. Commissioners unanimously agreed to take';,bids on a small, four or six business of trucking berriss to other "
Oglesby also mentioned that Lawtey CorrectlONIllnstitute. might like to salvage. cylinder truck at the next regular meeting. "" .., area. "TUfSDAYJHC.il, ",
the parts 'I' will for itself in time" Edwards said. $SOUTHSIDI NTARVAmwal
"It a year's
pay .,:,
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rejecting the bids for removal Oglesby was Instructed to check on the'.pote "We need to at least double our present ,.71.P.M.' ,;'

ial police building takers. I, :J,'.:', .,. f' acreage" Taylor says. The local 'PTA am....... .:::..
r'"t'7 market, even with the you-pickers is "1. PJ. ,..,- :;...
"" ..,about saturated, he said and more ..4atlit.rooW.Southtldo .
Waldron Found Innocent volume is needed to get back Into the CofHAMPTON o ort.
business of trucking berries to other .....
Repairs. Repairs.... areas. COUNCILM.Ming.rt20p.m. .
Two sewer plant lift stations at Saratoga Heights and Orange Street are badly Taylor said that last year was ,"a, .
in need of repair Commissioner Oglesby Informed the commission.No By Jury in County CourtAfter prettl1iar year" for berries In Brad .....
action was taken on the request. Oglesby estimated the station repair would ", but was not enough to In- SHOOK COUNCIL'
cost approximately 70000. spire expanded production since the 1Met1.. ..' 71'" ,.M.
! Oglesby also mentioned the roof at the power plant Is leaking over two of the considering conflicting Waldron was defended by Stork attorney ....* ;
engines and needs to be fixed testimony for less than IS minutes a Dudley Hardy. I aUARCCbrUtmotDlnnor'
After meeting with the bond trustees, Oglesby asked the commission to approve six-man jury found Hurve Waldron. The six-hour Mat was tht-enly.* .:.. :
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bid letting or some other action to start the needed work on the roof repair. 30, of Hampton Innocent of battery so far in the current term of county r.J'n"e.r.. : .. \ <, .1.;:, "\?, '" '}n ., ''i-J1oc-r.4Db1t.. -. & )p.m.tvmMit .. ".:,
Clerk:.Edwards; was Instructed to get specifications from Merrill foes and and criminal mischief Monday In courh4 ptau were changed: to guilty :,/,,, : : )r', ? ::, .". ":.,' .\"' *Atr.Worlunop"',
advertise for bids. Bradford County Court. charge dropped. or ease continued ; ; '., ,,,i',"(I' .
: Waldron was charged with battery for five other defendants:. r, TWOSBCTIOMS 'f", ,'rA; ... ..,....
of his SECTION, ".1 1 :, ;: I t, .
former wife,and with criminal Michael: Leo Alien changed hi* < Cotirteay Of "
mischief for breaking: a pane of glass plea to noDe eontendr to the sept.21 Society.aces SA-TA /7J.,,. .i -' :. 'u' ti tiJACKSON
(In the front door of her home .and charge of battery of Debra Elsie WTOinghara ndltedal..e<< Pao.4A
City Should Hire Dog Catcher'' entering her home. Allen was charged with hit News . .. .. . Pages. IA-JA BUILDING :, ....
''TIwfcity should hire a dog catcher-one who's not afraid of dogs.4 said Commissioner Waldon'st brother-in-law and sister. ting the woman In the taco with .his Letats KMl Est.. . fat* 11AS6CTION SUPPLY '
SUcox. and asked commissioners to think about hiring on*.' bylaw testified he did not enter the fist and breaking: her noa. Of Start. '
SUcox Said It wasn't fair for an elected official to have the responsibility of catching borne of his ex wlfe Th ex-wife andRay Thomas Bell pleaded It7 to .i Hwyaot. e04078.
dogs, The police department currently handles the stray dog problem,with her boyfriend.testified Waldron. did attempting to elude a.polka officer Sport Pages '..I..S.,l. 1(.,._* Height
police officer Denton Devoe acting as dog catcher.No her horn and grabbed her by cu*.ifi ds, .,. ... ... ,PaeaOWtM Hwy"' TOO And 21' A4134Q13
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ordinance extending hours for the toad become* county. EMnoon twigaad.< his pommarecent-
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regular county commission meeting
Monday.Establishments. create a problem for Griffinvandalscould Discussed, but took no action on,
selling alcohol in destroy the road or the lots. the matter of controllingthtt: flood
Bradford County can now stay open gates and boat ramps Sampson
from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. six days a week A verbal agreement was reached and Crosby Lakes. Commissioner:
and from 1 to It p.m. on Sundays. allowing Griffin to chain the road at Shuford said the entire matter should
Previously, the county had followed night, leaving it open during the day be handed over to the state tmetec the
the state ordinance allowing the sale allowing prospective buyers to look at Florida Game and Freshwaten.JTish.
of liquor in unincorporated areas of 'the property Commission. .;...-i:
I days the county a week.from 7 to 12 p.m. seven In other action, the commission: Commissioner Hazel PlIltlk:1ta1dseveral '

All commissioners voted in favor, big land owners around the
with the of Commissioner Sampson-Crosby lakes aretfaretttati-
exception Rejected a request by Hardrick feasibifli-
nlng a meeting to discuss the
Dave Shuford who abstained 'from
Taylor of the Concerned.Citizens of ty of have the county build'th@'N! tramps
voting. Bradford County for 1,500 for the 'raise.the
/ if the land owners
The ordinance drafted after
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Day Care Center at RJE. Taylor had
several area tavern owners requestedthe requested the funds so the state could money. ,._._, .
r. hours of operation be extended. match the monies. Chairman Maxie ..... .
Surrounding counties have similar ordinances Carter Jr. said Taylor should have requested ... :...../J
and Commissioner E.W. the money earlier since there Heard a request by Jacksonville
Hodges explained the adoption of the was no money In the budget allotedfor land developer Mary Ann SaoucMo
ordinance was an effort to create such road which
expenditures. close an old ITT Rayioner
uniformity with surrounding coun- crosses the railroad track's.:,.Ms.
ties. Saoud Is a developer for the Sampson
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Commissioners also discussed what Appointed Olivia T. Scott of .. Lake Villas. After looking" h p9o-
could be done about the road Into the Lawtey, as a board member of the perty commissioners agreed to write
Pinesong subdivision off Wilson Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic a letter to ITT Rayloner'mforin1hgthem
Road, east of Starke, owned by James Scott will replace Andy Dennon. who they have no objection.!.closing. .
A. Griffin. It was not clear as to how served on the board for three years. the unused road.
a the road could be maintained since .
there Isn't any current construction J J.'
r's underway. Commissioner Shuford
wanted it clarified as to when the
r county would take over main- I rNaa
tainance. County Attorney Dudley
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Bradford Appointments
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Gov. Bob Graham has announcedthe
appointment of Donna Gruen and .
the reappointment of Guy Andrews,
both of Starke to the Board of
Trustees of Santa Fe Community Col :
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Me and My Shadow.... > Mrs. Gruen 33,, has a degree in .
elementary education from the 9 .
University of Florida and teaches at
\ graphic illuslrutimi |>resi",lc % workers at the Catur t'rl'ilhl"II)1I building on 'all *ille lleufh. lMiH.! !Street reid> (he outside for mortar. The old building has Its recently received interstate authority, will, be opening the board and.will serve until May, ; QN'I << l 1money : :
been undergoing rennotulimt kini-e earth August.. un office In either fiainenville or Oiula.Jerome 1981. ,,: \. .", .; : ., ;
Johns. of (iatur (iutor commodities for businesses. : .
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, Band Earns Top Rating in Marching developer term 19H3. on the an4 board 4] broker.will expire Andrews'in May.


The Bradford High School Band Many hard hours of practice at feature), and the finale "What I Did 1 .
: received all superior rating at the home and on the field go into the For Love." The finale brought the audience ,
I Florida Bandmasters Marching superior show, says Woodfin. A band to its feet, Woodfin said (How's the time for expert help should you keep easily available.'to- :
Festival last Saturday.It must have musical quality, good The band does not go into hiberna- checking or passbook ? Would trust";
\ savings a
taste and entertain. tion now that football season I is. over. ". II there was ever a time for people to
I is the 12th consecutive year the Woodfin points out the students now ..,. J be careful about managing money Its now. program be best for your investment needs?
BUS band has received the The BIIS band did just that Wood- Could
highest must gear themselves for two more SNows the time you need more than mere. you benefit from the tax advantages I-
rating possible in marching. fin says, as it performed "Strike Up contests of IRA ?
next year and several public: an plan ,
, -riVJMs,II tribute to the determination The Band," 'There's No BusinessLike inanclaUadvlcti: ifoy need expert personal '
**? of appearances, .Including _the '.. BH te1 These are questli1 t JJ $j P9FH1ql; (:wot/b
the tttudents, says Bandmaster Show Business, "Sabre Christmas parade this ) lcyrojtTiAUt9S3j; Acil5- They can gulds*you ; ,
Saturday, Dec. '
ilta Mike ". and ... ? 1eoplrfCanhel ....rswer.I' f needsyour 5t
Woodfin. < Dance. (percussion flag 8, at 10 a in: *- "p **" J 7 plans. Then they can develop a program goals ,,).,,1,., i
St t ;that's right for you. and put it to work. They'll put tour program to work, to helpi

i&, Your needs are different from anyone you best manage your money now. and tdrf "',
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For ',example: Is a 4-year certificate of deposit NoW's the time. Get to know your banX.,.;;;t.:;
Now right for you? Or would a 6-month money The people who do more., c':: :t:
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lay-a-Way ChristinasLaZBoy market certificate work better? How much

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will commit to plant :MO acres of Growers seem to be buying that ad- same as co-op members and be sub. 'iD1'j'........ tM bean county agents are to relay that infor- r:J. ... (.1. ( ,
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grading machine will be installed. at at Tuesday night's confab. cooperative! he said. Addison invited qdht on quickly. Plans were make Growers present included Addition Tim from the Brooker area of
Brooker Instead of Lake Butter.ftay non-member growers to commit to for the county agents, Taylor and and A.C. Box of Lake Butler, Jerry Bl radford County
Grower present Tuesday night sea through the cooperative saying Logan Fink of Union, to contact Whitehead Leslie WhiUihead, and Next meeting was set for Jan. 8 at
na.t.e Addison spokesman for the committed beat..*.*IM acra of beans, will take such a committment to get growers about planned acreage* and Owen Alvarez of Bradford County.l'30 p.m. at Brooker Elementary.
,)4 i er "r Vegetable Cooperative as well M acreage* of other the needed 500 acres of beans to have

:-b.d4td bin take Butler said Tuesday vegetable That mesas that 45 more the needed volume. .... ................ ;*. A*A*A* V*A*A*A*A*A*A*4''*A*A*A*A*A. *A*A*A
,;'ttfght, would the new acres ut bean win have to be commit- The Duda representatives Whittle, ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. .. ...
vFrmer'ahMarket: order at the Brooker ted to have the bean machine&locatedat and Dr. Montelaro all urged the -.4?
; If t the Brooker area Brooker. growers to band together, agree on
"would:" "
agree to raise 200 acres of to be. Talk To Santa
beans. Members Addison said the cooperative will acreages planted, agree to stag '
of the vegetable; ger plan "p so harvesting won't
begin making plans to locate the skin /
cooperative have .
? committed to grow all at once, and to market through .
., machine at Brooker. If Brooker can
;fcWacrs of beans
and if the 200 acres organization.Idea .
raise 200 acres more of beans than After The Christmas Parade
.can be raised at Brooker it would in- last there and Lake U to bring back the vegetable 1/ff ,
grease the volume of the bean cropsgaough Butler year will acreage be about equal and the acreage In the Brooker area which !' : Saturday At "
so that a better off (fJjj" ;
price might be transportation "six one and half- fell last year when the only broker
received.Some .
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dozen the other. Addlson'laid. ;.
Duda representative Charles Smith
IS Union and Bradford MONTGOMERY
urged the not to abandon the .
fanners attended Plans had been to the growers .
meeting Tuesday move operation idea of a combined operation' FarmIng -
night In Brooker Elementary School of the American Vegetable
and -i
Is going to expand at Orooker
to.discuss Increasing for the Cooperative from Lake Butler to '
acreage ''
Lake Butler in the next year or two, WARD
coining growing season. Meeting Brooker. There is a space problem at and the time to get In on the ground V
i:'With;:the: group were Charles Smith Lake Butler, but the Brooker market floor Is now Smith said. '\: .
-and -Herb Mulch representatives of is large enough to handle the In Person
;tA.Duda It Sons, a huge vegetable vegetable crops, it was agreed.A If growers in this area don't get
.growing and shipping company which together and operate as a group farming ,. .A From 11:30: a.m. Until 1OQ: p.m.
"
,;willuhandle the Brooker and Lake federal .grant: failed to come won't develop much Dr. \' :
.; Butler area produce this spring; Dr. through, Addison said, killing the Montelaro Interjected. He urged JIIIfljJAll Children Welcome; "
..James Montelaro, extension planned move for lack of funds. Addison growers to go for volume and to stick '
vegetable crop specialist with the said the cost would be too much to crops they know how to grow, such ,. ..... r You Still Have Time Jo:. ,
University of Florida; W.O. Whittle for the cooperative to bear this year as beans, squash, and cucumbers.

burcfljfecnlef of the state farmer's due to the high Interest rates and thepossibility Smith said Duda needs to know the ? f, : ; tf!: Place Your Orders For
markets
; Bobby Taylor county agent of a crop failure next year.
t r3EHfl\dford County, and Bobby it would have cost the cooperative number of acres planned to be grown -' 'fLt"i .. Christmas
so they can go back to Duda management Delivery. .
]pnanager of the Brooker $2SOooo to move and to buy the new .;
and with idea of the
Market who arranged the bean machine plus other needed Improvements some

Eletln. said Addison. volume that can be expected. .'( SEv'c'" NAlrQNWtDC: I The Lawson ,:. Don't Forget :

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/eatable crop, the growers haverepresen to place the new bean machine at the first year of operation. The state is RIf'a'Agency'' Fla.

I oStd by A. Duda& Sons Brooker market. Growers working not but concerned Is,more concerned with making with a getting profit ,I:'.!>' Sale I 5 Delivery .' .

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...-a _Il On Santa Fe's Second Fall Arts Festival


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Two short comic operas will I bring tells the story of an opera managerwho
Course Wins ApprovalThe musical fun and frolic to the stage of encounters difficulties with two
the Slarke Woman's Club Saturday Jealous prima donnas,each determined fr4JlfT3fi
night Dec 8, In the third and final that she will be the only singer be
presentation of the Fall Festival of engages, and each scorns the accomplishments
latest political polls reflect that all across the nation the Performing Arts.Curtain time left of the other. At last,
the American people are uniting behind President Carter as they are placated and persuaded to
he all possible diplomatic and peaceful means of p.m.UJy sign contracts, and all ends well as
pursues the in Iran unharmed. Demas and Edward Doe sing they sing of the Joys of music and art.
freeing hostages the dual roles in "The Telephone" a

Polls released Monday show the President, who had been 23-mlnute musical romp dealing with Lily Demas and Edward Doe also

trailing Kennedy in the popularity contest, now slightly the ladylove probleiu, Lucy, a suitor.Is afflicted Ben, whose with have roles in this opera, as well as

ahead of the Massachusetts senator in a two-way contest for "acute telephorutis"to the extent thatIt three additional singers Ruth, Patrick
Chapman, tenor; Green,
the Democratic nomination. is impossible for him to compete soprano; and William who
with the constant ringing In making Harrtmani
the of the im
In light of recent events, the public perception of President his proposal.The plays presario. part

Carter has changed measurably-no longer faulting him so ,

severely for "lack of leadership," but recognizing his cast consists only of the babbling r. 1.
Amelia whose Jacksonvillestudio
Smith
lady and her tIm -preased suitor
cautious and judicious firmness as evidence of a steady handat who cannot get a word In edgewise in offers professional trainingand

the nation's helm. competition with the telephone a coaching for singers will offer
really fiendish machine fluent accompaniment for the singers C ,
that has a
Up until recent weeks, the charge of "inadequate leader- diabolical talent for ringing at the in both operas and will give a brief 4
ship" had become a catch phrase used; against Mr. Carter by wrong moment. Finally, the suitor synopsis of the action before! each per. ,',

practically every candidate seeking the presidential nomination leaves in disgust and, in the cloning formance.The .

in either party. They were all eager to lead, without duet, finally resorts to calling his
charting any course they would pursue if given the opportunity chattering fiancee from the phone Fall Festival Is brought to LILY DEMAS EDWARD DOE
booth on the corner. Starke by Santa Fe Junior! College in
of .
leadership.In cooperation with the Bradford County
recent column Joseph C. Harsch made the following Miss Demas,a soprano has made a school system,and the Woman's Club
a out place for herself in professional of Starke. This Is the second year for Sewer System for Lawtey 'i
perceptive comments on the leadership issue, pointing music circles since coming to Florida the festival, which has drawn appreciative -
where "strong leaders" of the past have led us into troubles from Chicago and Joined the Opera audiences during both

that might have been avoided by a calmer, more reasoned Company of Jacksonville. Edward seasons. There Is no admission Awaits Council Decision i;
approach: Doe's full, rich bass-baritone makes a charge for the performances,and the
pleasing contrast as he becomes more general] public is cordially invited to
"The problem of the hostages in Iran is a clear example of and more nervous having only one attend.
how much easier it is to get up on a soap box and bellow for hour to propose before he must leave "As ,bad as I want a sewerage plant will have a capacity of 40,000 or
town on a business trip. A social hour will be held after the system, the city cannot afford that 80,000 gallons per day, and whether
'bold and decisive' action than it is to get the hostages home "
final curtain giving the audience an price said city councilman Buster .DOC accepts lawteproposal to
alive. The second opera, "The Impresario opportunity to meet and mingle with Bennett of the 91.3 million price tag have a centralized sewerage system.
." is 45 minutes long, and the performers. and customer charges that could cost
"Do those who shout for action want another Mayaguez affair Lawtey residents up to$25 per month. The $1.5 million construction of"

? Remember? President Gerald Ford sent in the which Lawtey would ante up(425.000,

Marines-to the wrong place I The ship was there, but the men Lawtey will have to obtain still seems to be in the distant future,
(additional) people outside the city
since the monthly rates remain un-
had already been released and were on their way to a rescue limits because a sewerage systemwill touchable for many residents in the

ship when the Marines attacked. Forty American merchant County Agents BV not pay for itself. Water will, but city limits.
seamen came home safely, but forty-one U.S. Marines died in 1-' sewerage won't" Mid Bennett.
futility. Bobby .. The matter was tabled because the
Notebook ; The three council members council members present preferred to

"Lyndon Johnson was being 'bold, decisive, and dynamic Taylor' present. Mayor Robert Scott, Wayne defer action until the two absent council -
leader when he sent half a million Americans into Vietnam, Massey. and Bennettdelayed any members are in attendance.In .
until councilmen Marvin
and Richard Nixon was being 'bold and decisive' when he decision Rosier and Ben McCulley absent other action, the council:
1 ordered them on into Cambodia. be .
Monday night can present.The
December, January and Februaryis Areas to consider are strips of -Unanimously granted a variance
"Mr. Carter's behavior in the Iran affair is the opposite of the ideal time for major tree and ground between sidewalks and drivesor council had been asked by from the city s land use plan for
that kind of bold and decisive leadership. lie used quiet shrub planting. There is no substitute walks steep slopes associated with mayor-commissioner Scott what they Dorothy Moultrie to place a mobile
diplomacy to bring opinions that matter to bear on the for a well-planned landscape where ditches areas of dense shade where wished to do with the latest sewerage home on her property zoned rural.
selected and form
material are carefully grasses will not a good carpet.
leadership in Iran. President Sadat of Egypt is a Muslim, and system proposal presented by
? then properly planted. Plants that 'make good ground engineer Charles Swallows of the Approved placement of a street
said the right things. They might hear him in Tehran. And, up light at the of Truman and
Make a careful study prior to selecting covers are: English and Algerian ivy, Gainesville firm of Sverdrup fc corner .
to this writing, the hostages are still alive." plants to obtain the best possible liriope mondo grass, shore Juniperand Parcel. Olive Streets.
for needs. Consider these weeping lantana.It .
T plants your
Since this was written, President Carter's cautiousness in items in selecting plants-surface and Heard from Fire Chief William
Changes Swallows submitted Mon-
dealing with the Iranian affair has paid further dividends by Internal drainage sun and shade requirements is important to remember that day night doubled the treatment Grouse that a fire insurance survey
landscapes are living. They do not plant
had been conducted and while the inspector
)I aligning world opinion against Iran's illegal action, with ultimate sue ofthe Just happen but must be planned.The capacity from 40,000 to 80,000 gallonsper he
practically every nation in the world-even Communist plants, the relation of one plant to time you spend in the selection and day, placed operation and ed to be was noncommittal at seem-the

I Russia and China-siding with the United States in the U.N. another and color in and regards seasonal to interest form texture color arrangement of plants will reward maintenance in the hands of the city water flow pleasantly capacity surprised at three check.
( Swallows said
J Security Council in denouncing Iran's seizure of the hostagesas of foliage, fruit,flower and branching you for years to come '; since.of Corrections wants, "the to Department get out' points.There will be no further information

a violation of international, characteristics). $' r.-' of the sewerage business"), and until release 1 when the
J For the home i do not overdfantr charged the'Lawtey: Correctional Institute ,report will be
of force
White Mr. Carter's references to the possible use = FORESTRY
65 cents
Remember plants properly cared for' per 1,000 gallons. -Was advised by Fire Chief Grouse
have been a little less than some of the so-called "hawks"would will not be static in the yard.They will l the fire house addition is coming
have those who be to call IN BBABfORO COUnTY "By having Lawtey responsible for .
liked even might expected grow taller spread and fill in spaces along slowly but steadily.
for military intervention are giving their backing to thePresident's that might seem at first to be under manning and maintaining the plant,
I ByMark this would be an incentive for the DOCto Granted a Christmas bonus Co city
planted.
cautious approach.Mr. look favorably upon this proposal. employees for the same amounts

Carter, at least for the present, has helped himself perty.Consider Large the size overpowering of house and plants pro t FriesA Swallows further explained. last year.

where he was most vulnerable to attack-on the leadershipissue dwarf the size of the property and Proposed monthly sewer service Was told a dangerous situation exists -
and the evidence of this is shown in his improved stan- take up usable space for outdoor charges will be about $16 per with under-age children driving
ding in the polls. besides becoming a problem from a household based on 4,500 gallons of motorcycles and/or go-carts on city
maintenance standpoint. new publication available from water used.The actual rate fluctuates streets without headlights,helmets or
Unity is an essential element of a the Division of Forestry. "Tree Protection depending upon the actual number of drivers licenses. Police Chief M.M
well-designed landscape which can be for Builders and Developers", sewer hookups, the gallons of water Jordan was aware of the situatiwvand;
Better UnsaidThe achieved with a proper balance of says saving trees during constructioncan each household uses, and whether the will take further steps to alleviate.It
Left simplicity contrast and scale. margin.!increase a developer's profit ;.

A properly planned landscape
lessens the temptation to add those And, the property owner benefitstoo ':' :;
issue is not so much what Senator Kennedy said about odd pieces of plant material which because healthy, well-grown trees LETTERSTO

the Shah, but why he should inject an extraneous topic into a one often finds on sale or receives can mean up to 20% higher appraisal l' .
from well-intentioned friends. As value and they can result in lower m.
crisis that is already over complicated and over complex.The ,11
good as intentions are, those unplanned energy consumption by providing THE EDITOR.
Shah's past history and alleged crimes against the people plants are a common nemesis to shade in the summer and protectionfrom .
unity in the landscape. cold wind in the winter.A .
of Iran are a matter of concern and should be aired in due

time before the United Nations, but they have no bearing on Simplicity does not mean lot of attention is given in the
the immediate problem which is the release of American monotony. Rather it is variety pamphlet to the fact that trees are -
without confusion. A large variety of often saved by developers during initial CONGRATULATIONS FROM ANOTIIER BRADFORD COUNT"
hostages now being held in Iran. Senator Kennedy's opinionof
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plant materials can result in a cluttered HEARD FROM -; "i
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the Shah and his regime is not pertinent to Iran's present appearance. site preparation but are in CLAY COMMISSIONERDear : "
advertently damaged before the
violation of international law, and nothing constructive can projest Dear Sir: ,:,tfi
Select areas for special concentra- is completed. Damage might not Mr. Matthews
be accomplished by airing it at this time. tion rather than spreading your efforts become apparent for years,but it can : Enclosed you will find a. i picture>>
over too great an area.Purchase eventually result in the loss of a tree Congratulations and thank you for postcard of the Bradford County"couf-
Sen. Kennedy said Sunday night that the Shah "ran one of only those plants that are strong and that could be valued at thousands of sending me a copy of the Centennial thouse of Bradford County Pa.,
the most violent regimes in the history of mankind," explaining healthy. It does not pay to sacrifice. ,dollars. Issue of The Bradford County located in the county seat Of ToW l-
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later that his cnticism was prompted "by the suggestionsof quality for quantity. Telegraph. da. --

some, most recently by Ronald Reagan, that the Shah Know'the growing requirements of construction The greatest sites dangers according to trees to the on My wife and I have passed-through
should be granted permanent political asylum in this coun- the plants you select and what they booklet are mis-use of machineryand This issue is by far the most comprehensive your county on Route 301 four3imes.M
try." have to offer in way of beauty and equipment, excavations, down-to-earth historic the past two years and somehow
function in the landscape. chemical poisoning! and grade newspaper publication I've ever read. always feel "at home" when we see
But the explanation still does not justify Mr. Kennedy's badjudgment Some plants prefer a sunny location changes. You can be proud of your many the Entering Bradford County!sign
Journalistic accomplishments
in drawing the focus of attention away from freeing and for this type situation, you may we are proud of The Telegraph's Just as and see your old Bradford County: !
the and select among junipers, hollies, bot- Proper barricades around a tree or Courthouse.'t;
hostages, touching off an irrelevant controversyover contributions to all of our com-
of trees will help to insure :
tlebrush. pyracantha, day lilies, group protection
the past record of the Shah. Doubtless the Iranian munities during the past 100 years,
people It
roses fruit trees, shade trees from accidental bark damage was most amusing to us to seeli
have grievances against the Shah, but these should be primrose Jasmines,crepe myrtle anJ root damage or soil compaction over and excellence for its establishment in the as a mark field of large picture of your courthouse nf
brought before the United Nations Security Council after the others. roots, and will also discourage the professional of the front page of the weekend tabl of building materials around newspaper Journalism. edition of our local daily *
American hostages are safely released and not stacking newspape!
injected as apolitical Plants well suited to shaded conditions -
the base of the tree(a common source Just a few months ago. Someone locals
issue in Mr. Kennedy's attempt to win the include: English ivy. ferns, of chemical poisoning) I have asked our own Clay County ly had passed through Starke anda tan
Democratic nomination for President. liriope, dwarf azalea and hydrangea. Historical Society and Historical picture of the courthouse. It sti_ -
Rugged plants which win take Pruning and maintenance are often Commission to obtain copies for our considerable interest gait_
A spokesman' for the U.S. Department of State called Kennedy either sun or shade and have few major necessary to make natural vegetation permanent records since this issue us the idea that your rear might
s remarks "unfortunate and not helpful" and added Insect and disease pests include more attractive and the pamphlettells contains SO much historical and also enjoy knowing of another Br;.
that the Secretary of State "regrets any such statement abeba. althea. bamboo podocarpuS: how to do them. geological information about Clay ford County and of our court)*
which shifts the focus away from concern for the hostagesand ligustrum. nandina oleander, pitj County, as well as Bradford. which: was built of stone that W .i'
tosporum. viburnum wax myrtle, The full-color pamphlet can be obtained quarried within the county. ts
may interfere with delicate negotiations"From yaupon holly loquat, confederate at no cost from your county During our regular board meeting 43
the generally unfavorable reaction to jasmine and yucca. forester by writing County Forester, of November 27. the Board of County Our county seat is Towanda and we
Kennedy'sremarks
Center. 22 N. Commissioners of have poupulation of 9.000.similar to
Agriculture Temple Clay County also a
; by the leadership of both parties-Republicans, as If a plant for hedging or screeningis Avenue,Starke Fl.32091: or by calling expressed its congratulations to you yours in Starke. Our county populax
well as Democrats-it is hoped that the senator has learnedhis what you want, take a look at S64-4Q80. extension 219. and to the staff of The Telegraph for tIon is approximately 0000.
ligustrum. podocarpus. pyracantha !t
lesson and will not inject irrelevant material into his 0100 years of service to our
cherry laurel pttiosporum. vibur We have found town of Sta> .
communities and to all of your
speeches that serves no constructive and can only Burford The Florida Division of ForntrJbelie'ea northeast
purpose reran,sasanqua or holly. to be a very friendly community.}.
Florida. May have
further the that with a little more planning you continued success
muddy already troubled waters. during the next 100 again reminding us of our hometown;
natural vegetation can often be years.
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of Towanda.
Small for limited ajli
plants very areas;
left undisturbed during construction:
perhaps en the patio or near an entrance -',' thereby reducing the amount of landscaping Wayne Spivey Chairman Harold Q. Shermalff
area may include: dwarf needed around new Clay County Board of Route 3. Box 3S2 api
yaupon.dwarf azalea aucuba,f atsia.;,;, businesses and homes. County Commissioners Towanda Pa.)1(14.(
; ; dwarf hotly dwarf nandina.boxwood**, ,. '; .1.
kT holly fem.,1I.rIope. dwarf gardenia.*r J. ill
r ",, dwarf pomegranate and others. d",
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email left over bits of ground too III
: The most massive single. edition of a MWIpIIper was small effectively use lawn
; the Sunday, Oct "1965. New York Ti+asa II had For added Interest aD yasses.r' When the great Carthaginian general Hannibal crosied the Alps, he took with him
: 15 Mctioni<< a total of Me pages weighed 7 1/2 pounds. maintenance .use ground covers. j.'" 50,000 soldiers, 9.000 horsemen and dozens of elephants. Only half reached Italy. .
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the door and presented them to the ,
receiving line composed of the
honored couple, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Johns,Mrs.Alvin Kirkland, Mrs. Guy
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: Outlaw, Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. Bradford Square Shopping Center
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:f"the' spirit and mood of Colonial from a turn of the century home in nurseries from which the service may rap Your
j America is captured in the design of Georgia.Another unique addition was be heard. : '.,
fvttie.Reese home located on Road 100 the inclusion: of an antique copper and "
2 eat:. ;" brass sink in the upstairs bath. Comfort and spacious living may be ift
The two-story modified New The Reese home will be on the tour found In the lovely home of Mr. and
/ England Salt Box has two baths, two of homes Sunday, Dec. 9. Mrs. Don Tilley located on 15 acres, i' f87
/ 'bedrooms, a "Gathering Room", kit- four miles west from US-301 on SR 00
Jfcheir and study.
I' ():-; DC :' 100.The beautiful brick structure

7O1lie'colonial: theme is carried The Pine Level Baptist Church, on covers 2100 square feet surrounded bya
j;ftjrt5ugriout\! with a blending off woodsDcUhe' the Woman's Club Tour of Homes on, ranch style wooden fence. a
'use o period pieces and collectibles' Sunday, features an exterior of off- Points of interest Include a sunken
: The outside walls are white colored block with a large paved living room and dining room and a 0
covered with beveled cedar sidingsadwithin parking lot adjoining. This struc- sunken Roman tub in the master e 0 y
the home pine beams and ture seats 1000 people. bedroom. The home includes: two :
noor further add to the colonial at The Interior features blue, padded bedrooms, two baths, living room, ,
mos6h ete.or1of seats with blue carpet and a lighted dining room, kitchen and two car 4s 1 r
!! the interesting features of cross in the sanctuary. garage. C
the hnriM is the antique oak mantel in Also included is a balcony: with office Mrs. Tilley made all the drapes for 1 .
the rater bedroom, which came on the left side.There are several 'the home.
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I Two Recent Brides Honored at Kitchen Shower Monday NightMrs. 4 od err

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ny.'VVncJerson, recent brides, were of stainless steel kitchen knives and
honored at a combined kitchen filigreed mirror holding two silk red rose stick from the
/shower Monday night at the home of miniature white kissing angels In the members of the class as pins a memento of I F \ itr a
Mrs. Olin White, given by the middle, encircled with red pyracan- the occasion.
tha. On one end of the table was a
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The la attending between the hoursof r.
silver punch bowl with hot butteredrum
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mothers
tThrefreshment' and a cut glass punch bowl with p.m.
: table, coVered M... Rex Anderson.Mrs. William L.
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elm"" Woman's Club HoldingTwo BrookerParent.Plainning'Cdli. ,. ;", KLPOA Turkey Shoot And Christmas Part,

1M Weekend EventsThe Cominse December 8'15 ::,

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Stork Woman's
a rummage sale Saturday. Dec. rfrom Supper'Dee.8halochisalr A turkey shoot, spemored by the A cowed dish s &
6 ajn. to. p.m.on the corner of Kingakv Lake Property Owners Christmas party wUl tte held at
S. Walnut Street and SR-100. ,..* *rfU AsaoeiatlM. will get tender*y at M Kinky Lake Civic Center onday. '
The annual Tour of Homes will be bread. a.m. Saturday.. Dec, 9, on the lot Dec. W.starting at d p.m.
held Sunday. Dec. 9, from 2 p.m.. to Ip.m. on Satur behind....Tavern at Kbigsley Lake. sapper Santa Claus will make p*"',
.. beginning at the Woman's Club day. Dec. B 'remW 7 p.ni. at the Those competing are asked to bring pearance and deliver giftsEaelj b )
asked to
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for tea and receive map of the tour. Brooker SchooL a gun used 12 gauge son attending
be at door of shotguns will be marked for man or woman,
Tickets must presented Tickets at $3 for adults and SI for
each home on the tour.A children will help raise' money for ceed$2 in value

mini bazaar will also be held at iw iy. R.I.F. Reading Fundamental). _J _....... _
the club the same day. Every child ia Brooker school wiDget
three books of his choice to keep
forever.
Shan Edwards and Contributions welcome I Door Nothing else feels like real gold
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Contact Judy Burrows for tickets at l
Phillip Johns to
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Mr.awl Mr*."'UIJaM.S-1da Mr.and Mr*.Tommy Morrow Beta Sigma Phi '-; ',

The wedding of Shan Edwards, Shauna Rowe and :
Barbara Telken And daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ed Plans Christmas I
wards and Phillip Johns son of Mr. I
William Smith and Mrs. Jerome Johns of Crystal Tommy Murrow Parties Dec. 4 & 7 '-; : i

Lake will take place Saturday Dec.
15. at 6 p.m. at the First United! Married Nov. 20inHomeCoremony :I .: : -
Wed Nov.17in Methodist Church. Starke. with a Beta Sigma Phi held its bi-monthly

reception following in the Starke meeting Nov. 20 at the home of Brenda .3 :
Garden WeddingMiss Woman's Club. Slade on Lake Brooklyn.

AU friends and relatives are Invitedto Shauna Rowe, daughter of Mr. and Plans for the annual members r
Christmas party were made to be
Barbara Jean Telken. attend.
of Starke and
Mrs. L.C Rowe Tommy
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joseph! E. Morrow,son of Thomas A. Murrow of held Dec. 4 at the home of Dimple
Overstreet. The annual husbands and
Telken and William Michael: Smith
Starke and Mrs. Barbara South of
too of Mr.and Mrs. William L.Smith Starke HomemakersTo Jacksonville were united in mar- members Christmas party will be -. .. ..
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all of Starke were united in marriage held Friday Dec. 7, at Art's SteakHouse
riage on TuesdaY. Nov. 20. ..'. .
Saturday. Nov. 17.at 2 p.m. at a lawn Meet December 13 Rev. Alton Coleman performed the7pm. in Gainesville.
wedding at the home of the bride's candlelight at the The sorority is donating a
ceremony
parents on Route One with Her. Bradford County Homemakers will home of the bride. Christmas basket worth$50 and a certifICate ,
George Harper performing the nuptials meet Thursday Dec. 13. at 11 a.m. In An arrangement of blue mums for the meat of your choice.A ,:. '\
Building for a daisies gladiolus and baby's breath contribution of $I will give a person .. ,'j
The scene was lovely for the occasion covered dish lunch and Christmas flanked two candelabra five chances to have their name
by completedthe
with arrangements of gieeuei'y party. setting. drawn. The drawing will be held Dec. ::; : .

and potted mums. Everyone is asked to bring acovered Suzanne Faulkner, pianist, 15.To receive your tickets.Just get in .. .,
John Lothridge attended as best dish and an inexpensive touch with any sorority member. -.
presented nuptial music. Members Slinky Chains Of 14 Karat Gold ',I' :
man. Donald dark was usher. Christmas gift. attending the meeting .
SteveIobley attended as best man. ..... "
were Brenda Slade. Cheri Cox.Diane
Charlotte Telken attended her
Dana Luke served as maid of honor.
sister as maid of honor in long gregown Barbara Kirkland Hodge, Marie Wynn. Connie Best.
Mrs.
Given in marriage by her father Linda Bowen Harriet and Serpentine gold chain feels and looks so good!
She earned a bouquet of blue off-white Bryan
the bride wore an mid- Rose Smith. And our remarkable selection Is value-priced
and white mums. : :::
Stork Shower HonoreeMrs. length dress accented: with a lace'
Misty Lynn Telken served as flower Jacket. She carried a bouquet of white so you can afford as much as you like. '

girl and Matthew Joseph Smith was daisies blue carnations and baby's n".Awl"/ Neckchains In lengths of 15-inches '30.00 or 18-inch '35.00 .. .
nng- arer. Jimmy Blume and Mrs. Ray breath.A "
The bride given in marriage by her mond Austin gave a stork shower also held at the Bracelets to match '18.00 and pierced earrings '20.00 .:.
was
reception
father, chose a long white satin dress! Monday night at the home of the Utter home of the bride. Steve and Helen Murphy of Morgan Anklets '20.00 "'; .. ;
trimmed' in blue and white lace for on So. Orange Street for Mrs. Barbara The bride's table centered witha Road. Starke. announce the birth of a
her marriage.She Kirkland. who is expecting twinsin three tiered wedding was cake. Shirley son. Benjamin David born Nov. 17 in Use Our Charge Plan Major, Credit Cards Or Layaway. :'=-: :
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silver heart necklaceand Orange Community Ho6PIIOLHeins
wore! a January.The "
Gnann cut the cake. Marion Thomp
her white trimmed in covered brother Stephen age 4.
headpiece table
refreshment was
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blue lace secured her short white with a white lace cloth and centered son presided at the punch bowL '? grandparents are Mr.and We've got what you want : '7:
The couple is residing at their homer
veil She earned a bouquet of blue and by a cake topped with two miniature Mrs. H.R. Haverty of Starke. Pater-
on Baylesa Highway.The
nal are Mr. and Mrs.
white mums. babies and baby accessories: made grandparents
is a 1980 graduate of
A reception was also held at the by Mrs. Blume. groom Charles Murphy of Bradbury Heights. .
Bradford High School and is Dress & Gift '
Md. Shop
home. Sara Smith with 6
parents The 20 guests enjoyed games employed at Holiday Inn in Starke. ,
the bride's book. the
and
kept refreshments during
Standing in the receiving line were party prizes hours of 8 and 10 p.m. ............................s...... Bradford Square Shopping CenterVLSI' f

the bride and groom their parentsand The honoree was given a yellow
attendants.The carnation corsage by Mr. Austin and Mrs. Gloria King and Mr. and Mrs. 2U y.J(..., -
R.C. Buford visited Mike King in
bride's table was covered witha many useful gifts from the guests.
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Leesburg on Sunday.
handmade cut work linen cloth and Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams and ;: "
) centered with a three-tiered wedding sons of Ormond Beach were weekend
cake embossed with blue and white .. .-. guests of her parents Mr and Mrs.
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flowers and was flanked by blue R.A. Colson.
) candles. Jean Shannon cut the cake.

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and an of seasonal
arrangement
flowers. Hawaiian red punch was Ladies Colognes And Perfumes A ,.
' served. Teresa Smith and Sara Hall -' p. -

assisted Following in serving.a waddingtrip to Clara, Hope, Charlie and Jontce-r. -.a. H'e'y' i Kids ( fiIp...', -. .n's'' : )in .S1/nlJ.. :3J": '1::.4it -it

Jacksonville Beach the couple is I .
Starke.residing at 424 Jefferson Street And Hens Colognes

The bride is a 1977 graduate of Me Ilea, Jual and Pierre Cardia

Bradford High School. Don't To Tell Santa
The groom is stationed with the Forget
Navy at Mayport NAS aboard the USS Christmas Gifts Of All Kinds
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Come In And Browse AroundAndrew's Really :;

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Ba iron and son. .:
Shane of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs.
Polo Lacayo and family of Talla- DrugsWe Want For Christmast' .-: : -
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To Wed December 8 about a 10 minute In bet' 25 % OFf :
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Mr. and Mrs. John A. Reddish Mr. Mrs. A.J. Eaves attended the(
and Mrs. Wayne Blankenship and Mr. tuaeral f1l in MandarinMeg
and Mrs. Edwin Williams attendedthe Tuesday lam ttweel ;
Thursday
Alhambra dinner theater Satur- This I ;
day night celebrating Wayne's birthday .
and Mr. and Mrs. Reddlxh's 15th Phillip has been named vice- .
wedding anniversary.Mr. chairman of Stetson University's 9th Friday .,' '$;" .
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and Mrs. JJE. Hardy were in annual Model U.S. Senate program a
Atlanta over the weekend visiting Mr. scheduled for the Deland campus, iB # :
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and Mrs. David Mendenhall and 'Feb. 1124. The Stetson senior, Saturday l
daughter and Miss June Hardy.Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. .
Phillips of Starke, Is majoring In :
and Mrs. George Huggins were political science and history. She U
"i?"" Kelly Lynn Wright 4 camping at Anastasia Park last week. president of Alpha Xl Delta sorority, II
(. Brlde-elre& a dormitory resident advisor, a
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Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor of member of Young Democrats
Lynn Wright Oakland City, Ind. are guests this Judiciary Council, Yearbook staff I!
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Michael Griffis Carol Geiger Their son, Com. Don Taylor of Chula mittee. Stetson's Model Senate program Dec. 6.7.8Stan's 0J.DJJ
Gerald Vista, Calif was weekend guest. is a four day political science
seminar in which students from colleges -
To'Repeat Vows Jan. 5 Starke Mr. and Mrs. the Herman Geiger and of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire and universities throughout the
announce engagement last nation assume roles of real United
spent Friday and Saturday at
approaching marriage of their
Mrgand Mrs. John Ponte Vedra Beach Mr. and States senators.Student senators participate
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Wright are visiting
daughter,Carol Ann,to Mark Andrew
In mock senate session,party
pleased to announce the engagementand Mrs. Walter Arnold.
Gomes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank caucuses and committee
.forthcoming marriage of their Gomes of Lawtey. meetings.! Bootery
daughter, Kelly Lynn, to Gerald The wedding and reception will
MicnAel Griffis. The prospective take place Saturday, Dec.8,at 7 p.m. I St. Edwards Church Hair
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. at the home of the bride's parents. 1
Gerald Griffis of Raiford. All friends and relatives are invitedto BIN Wii s- 964.7353t
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County High School and Lake
attended"' College, also having i Every Saturday 7:00: P.M,. : QB.! :"<.l '''' << fJ
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Superintendent for Gerald Griffis
Construction Company. Melissa Jackson celebrated her ...
The wedding will take place at 7:30: 13th birthday Friday afternoon with a fib, .
A
p.m.ir-January 5 in the Mandarin party for nine girls. Games and y t
can Church. refreshments were enjoyed duringthe
party hours 3 and 5 o'clock.

DUPLICATE BRIDGEt Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson were ,
CLUB RESULTS Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. and I
L Mrs. Gene Sumner and daughters In ? :
4t quarterly tournament at Lake City. t
P\p! ate Bridge Tuesday nightPI'Yiat ;
the Holiday Inn the winners Mrs. R.E.McLendon and son Geneof
: Jack Burnette and Jacksonville spent the weekend ,
: second-Lucile Green with her mother, Mrs. L.H. Jennings. t# I
and Ari i Watana; third-Dr. and Mrs. They all spent Saturday night with L
Jim Minesinger: ; fourth Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Jennings In ', ,
Mrs.iJphn. .: Clark. Gainesville.Mrs. : hm56 +

=-:t- Louis Young returned last Nhd.
Thursday after six days visit with her is prmattofrY
=.; son, Louis Young, Jr., In East t0
Brunswick, N.J. The two also spentsix
1JoJ.ofll days during Thanksgiving with Y p : oe, ooks to red AMA t7ks
foiete
and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young
3.W family in Bayport, Long Island. ; eg 't, dt 8 tote oookbY YDy'1.1.gt
Jofr5nd Mrs. Charles Fritsch of ,' 4pW PRt ,
Guilford, Ind. were Tuesday of last Mrs. Christa Garavlto of Miamiwas GK TNT H
weekWtors of Mrs. J.H. Fields. last Thursday and Friday guest
of her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington of and Mr. D.W. Whiffen. 600 5
qr nand Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Bill I
Harrington of Keystone Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Floyd of Greenwood 61.11\1\\\5111\1\5
daughters" and Hallie Seymour of S.C. were Tuesday visitors of ,,
Ocala were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders. : fO\\ (. S \
Mrs.JVD. Seymour. __ Gi

fifififcSCOHTAIMER ,0 ,...,. ..: '. ,.,. "'
trf .C. Vining of Palatka was litiilS d I
Friday visitor of Mrs. L.D. Vining. .

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Miniatures for Shadow Boxes 11\1\6\ I
The Office Shop t 5.01(." t6O s iA I
HOW.Call St.
.;; M4-S7M GROWN SpA rA" X3D0 ? I. J GUS SdTE0 i
3
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';:' CEDARS...

Mr. River section had as their guests over Shape And "Of' I
Day holidays their I
Thanksgiving
$ ''J '
son Staff Sergeant Steve Johns, his Fullnessecorata g 'r.gpXE'D I
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wile ngna and children Evelyn and for the g
Tommjrjfrom! Ramsteln AFB, Ger- holidays *Then AgSpa

many ; .plant K In your yard... 60tS t
Another son Jim Johns,a student at
Bapti8t>Blble College In Pa., and 5 gal. 95 4 G; iY + I
Dance4itofie Richmond, also a BBC 5'-6' 13 I
tuden&were visitors. I
Charlie and Eloise Cowen of Minor I
Tennessee and their daughter
Hill COwen of Moultrie, Ga. were
also tuts of Mr. and Mrs. M.L"

Jobna.-Also:;(visiting were Fred and JackieJohnafiammy 5to8BLOOHS
and Carl of New
Rlver-rAlso his sister Mrs. Louisebrown
of Atlanta
Extra Nice Plants .
Pencil Sharpeners To Enjoy Now Thru "
I m Miniature Antiques \Vi1Mt-: mi'1PC / -
The Holidays -
To Electric .
!<; <> '*. *# > .'
The Office Shop Than Plant K To
lit W.Call St. '- Enjoy Again Next

j M4-S7M Year i rd1 ".P,:.) 1 Iapta'1 MID M01t oe r.1B 69AKH''i I
Chitty and daughter, COBIA 1 ; Gr
Karrcn'Stacy Denmark and Mark

Mliche$>x attended Jhe graduation CHRISTMAS CACTUSFancy .
of outstanding -
ceremony and awarding
iwnbfs by the US Marine Corps Grade Colon
{for rF Marty Chastain at Parris 3W" Pots e+Blooms
,, ( iday of last week. AQ Z
HANGING BASKETS
Mid 30 or More Blooms 1
: Mrs. Lester Hardee of .
aville: Beach were Saturday. ,GIFT': HYGRADE'S
overnight guests of Mrs. Janetzwn : SUCIQESTIONSD { ,.i .L, Hnj West Virginia BrandBONELESS
er\\ ft'ttftM 'li'ifefP )'

Wide APortmentJ ,. r ..
'f Key Chains LIVING PlANTS .
The Office Shopn.W.Cailst. HALF
Q PUNTERS .5' HYQRAD E"S I C "'fit
9644754Woods HAMS '
West Virginia Brand

Ga. a MOISTURE METER 4 .
of Savannah.
SEMIBONELESS> ; "
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spent Las! Wednesday and Thursday ; .

'!with\ hurtpusln..'. Mrs. Ewell Lawson. p mmw SMEARS HALF \ LD229 M ". :*..' .,

Mr. dial Mrs. Lowell Mathews ofFolkstoKtia. ,! : ; HAMS ., "I "',

were Sunday visitors of a LDPEISo ', .;.
Mr. and g=Mrs. Carl Mathews. Mr. ,

M thewls a .patient In Bradford CLIPPERS $ |f8LB .:;; ." .. %
County Hospital.Strawberry i" SHYGRADE'S
a BIRD FEEDERS 'I
Swingers attending then ,. : < ,
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annual\ Holiday Happening at a HAND TOOLS: HYGAADE'8 q'
JekyU Wand over the weekend were: HYGRADE'S BONELESS SMOKED ,; > .....:, .' I
t Wtsst'Virglnla -.- .'
? Denmark Harry'' BALL' PARK DDrand. '.. I
8.0 an*Ernestine a CHAIN SAWS West Virginia i Brand t
John and Ann *"** $ "
and May* Hatcher OR f
MEAT BEEF
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Gr5fne,3a and Carlisle Mac \ ., ; ; ,
Marge .
a .' ,
WEEi EATERS .
.HAM' LL S' lAC ON .
. 'net.CaBaldwin. Bob and( Mary ,'t"\\' .tflo' ,
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Sharon .
and .'
Morris '' 'lil'
Agnes Eferguson, "
and Dina PetreUa 1..1., A' 'SMKI ,... .. .B, .' .' .iI'.
Drew WIWsmS7Jerry am Ada Reddish E.W. and IT LBS27' LBSI58 zxo" $22r ,, ".... .\ ,t
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ffiraUtoajMarty Barry Gene and 9 ......... t1.,, )/<,. _",, .It. .. ...
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Melvin afM)Barbara Prevatt,Jim and '53gE. Caf St,. 994-574? .. '.... ". .. .... \
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,_ DecemberIS79a j'1t'i.:..;..',
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," 1.1"I"'r, -< -, \. r-r'H ARCP'Sbell : lJ'"o'"It'it '1i' 't. I 1 n '*. J. l L 1 II

'.".). '' to. ''j.. w. HAIVf.ON, : _.j; .........out the Spirit
*/ ScnIorCiUe s niversary on Nov. 14. We- hope they .. ; < ; .... .. IJ trees,
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club have many more happy years : :1 OP DMOS Huttr Soma and other decorations are
will held their Annual Christms Luncheon together. They both keep active and Of Hampton; and Mr .'"Jfena: Grif- AImee Hodges,Shannon Hughes Don Kldd, Bobbie Jo Davfe : lovely.Mrs.. .
and Party Friday Dec. 7, at IS young. fls of Graham. Roberta *n4 Kim. Sneppard. 2nd Him i in the 4th grade; :5th grader Kim Carole St.ven.on..7th
noon. Those attending are requestedto Three game prizes WON won by arad.AlllaOD ...h.y. Michael Vteftaia Him; Kenneth Eugene Davtoa graders are painting ceramic
bring along their favorite covered Baby Shower Mrs, Eugene Meng.Refreshment "> ", Campeg. Cindy Davis MboneU Estea. *:f rte Mauric. HUufa tt feKtda Cfaristtmaa ornaments These were
dish:; For the gift exchange ladles will Mrs. Charlene Griffin was honoredat tables w< bring a woman's gift the men will br a baby shower given Saturday with baby colors and symbols.Cakes Karla Marie Rush. 3rd grade-Tina 1.be ctittdwct were) former G.iz. tUlewhofiredtheminherown
ing something night by her slster-ln-tow. Mrs. Cindy candles, cookies, punch,chip_and dip, Branham,Tom Cunningham Quinton students her and have returned from kiln.She also furnished the paints and
This promises to be anle4mjoyabledaylCongratulations I Griffls and Mrs. Kathy 4triirla at the and relishes were served during the Ford Billy Horne Billy Jordan Terri! Stark Elementary School. let students have the ornaments forUM
home of the latter In Graham. social hour. Kennan. John Rahmes and Mark .The Davis and Hiiu families racent- cost: of the material only They
Among honored guests attendingwere Cassandra. 4th grade-Shelly Air M::__to this area from Harrington, are doing a wonderful job of paintingthe
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade the grandmothers of the expected Visitors .' Fisher Sandy Fries '1 various Christmas scenes: :
celebrated their Golden Wedding An- baby, Mrs. Marceline Camp- Mrs. Phyllis McClure and sons dy Redding and Sid Russell. 8th y"mWa 6C3annelS ,
Kasey and Ryan returned home to grade-Paul Bawek Sandra Melton, WalkAThonMany .
Tampa after a week's ,visit with Tammy Peeples.. Frankie Rahme .
TUut.'JBfanham, a 3rd grader is students and teachers participated -
I "'""" Southside School News "'" and friends Kim Smith Laurie andKirk
Elementary relatives I here; Her Whitehead scheduled to. appear on TV station )in the March of Dimes WalkAThon -
mother. Mrs. Paul Meng, and sister, Williams, 6th grade-Amy Clark WUFT Channel 5 Sunday night Dec. conducted at the school: .Tues
December 11 PTA Meeting and and Pilgrims during Thanksgivingtime. Mrs. Carolyn Hunter with children Amy Williams and Melissa Williams. 9, at 7 o'clock! Tina won out of 33 entries day afternoon. Dec. 4. ,;'
Christmas Music Program 7:30 p.m. They found out how Indians lived Adam and Renee, took her: back and 7th grade-Billy Bauldree Brenda In the Christmas Drawing Con District Director, Mrs. Rena Scaff
in the cafeteria. The music program long ago and made Indian spent Friday and Saturday with her. Bawek, Regina Cannavo, Donna Dor- test sponsored by Channel The final of Lake City explained the programto
is under the direction of music costumes which they wore to lunch Before returning home they miney Marie Innocent, Stephanie art selection will be the official students last week, and announced
teacher. Mr. Bill McRae. assisted by one day. Other activities were a large celebrated Phillis birthday, which Redding and Elizabeth Ryan. Christmas card of WUFT Channel e. that prizes would be awarded Id hose
Mrs. Marjorie Thompson with the teepee on the playground In which occurred on Dec. 1. Perfect Attendance for 12 weeks Watch and root for Tina I bringing in the most donations for flits
music and Mrs. Linda Alday with the they could pretend to live; they cook- were 3rd grade students Tina March for the aid of those with bfrth:
scenery. ed Indian popcorn; the playhouse was J.kyilialand Branham, Billy Horne, Kenny Christmas Decorations defects. Next week's paper will'31st
December 20-January 1-Christmas covered to resemble a Pilgrim log Among the Strawberry Swingers at- Huntley Terri! Kennan Jimmy Long School bulletin boards and winners of this contest. 4
Holidays. Students and teachers cabin and a "Pilgrim" came to tell tending the Annual Holiday Happening and John Rahme: 5th graders Paul 3
return on January 2. This is a change them the story of the Mayflower and at Jekyll Island, Georgia over the Bawek, Randall Gllsson,Frantz Inno I .:.......
from former plans as it was Plymouth.They cleaned and cooked a weekend were Mr. and Mrs. E.W, cent Teresa Manning, Sandra ... --=.
necessary to make up one day missed pumpkin and made pumpkin pie that Hodges and Mr and Mrs. Gene Melton Tammy Peeples, Frankie .
because of the hurricane.The was delicious. Mary Ann Williams. O'Steen. Rahme and Laurie Whitehead. Keystone Heights Lutheran Church |
,:
results of the Minl-Walk-a-thon Patsy Phillips. Sherri Hugglns.Terry Besides square dancing,they all en-
held on Monday,Nov. 19 proved grati Mundorff and Patty Mullins all Joyed the delicious food,good lodging New Students
fying. One hudnred thirty-two helped make their Thanksgiving touring St. Simons' Island and view- Students enrolling at lIES on Dec. 4 SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE 'CLASS .6 P.M|
students walked with a total of$851.19 study fun. Mrs. Laurie Mullins' and ing the historic homes in the area.
collected because of their efforts.The Ms. Cyndee Lawrence's WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. .1

winners were: Overall winner, Becky Kindergarten classes are learning Hampton Elementary School BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST 1 Kayatbna Lone Club. a J JKayatona
about health and in .. .
Phillips, Kindergarten student; first safety helpers our Fl.
Hclghta.
grade winner, Amy Woods; second town. They have Invited some of the Honor Roll DESIGNS BY ", 5'I
grade winner, John Loper; third community helpers to tell about their Students attaining all A'. and B's 'CaIl413-4171 0,to 5 p.m. ,r
grade winner, David Sysskind. These jobs.' Bobby Smith and Lt. Johnny during the third six weeks grading PROFESSIONALS9p.7934 ;w
four students were awarded a medal Powell brought a fire truck to school period are: 1st grade-Janet Bunner 4 7 -2007 After 5 p.m. ...J>
and a gift certificate to McDonalds and showed the children all the parts. Melissa Byrd Marcie Carpenter.
and Becky received a five dollar savings Dr. Sarnt talked to Mrs. Mullins'
certificate at Guaranty Federalin class letting them hear their hearts
addition to other prizes. At the end with the stethoscope. Ms. Wanda Norman
of the walk each child received the school nurse talked to the
cookies and a fruit drink from the class about her job and the hospital I
representatives of the March of rescue unit explained what they do. :: ;
Dimes. Mrs. Mary Ann Williams, Mrs. Nancy I- J
Mrs. Laurie Mullins' kindergartenclass Odom and Mrs. Patsy Phillips helped -- C.: .
has been studying about Indians with special activities in the '" '-.'. : :
6Ii.
classroom.Mrs. 1 -- '
Donna Hartley's fifth grade Is 1980 J ; ro .
beginning a study unit on Dictionary ,r "
Skills. Good spellers this week are OLDSMOBILE ,
Scott Brown, Doug Cockerham Chris : WINNER ,' ,
Hall Kim Norman, Gene Powell ,. ui I a
Aaron Schulze and Jennifer Wheeler.
The class is enjoying their work with ausu" WILLIAMS IIAltI".COITlI.A YOU COULD BE AN INSTANT WINNIII! TALLAHASSEE CLAUDE FLORY, iPryMe I
Mr. John Snell in Career Education. oanna AT aroai FLAl
Each student in the class is taking an 1000,00 WINNERS;; NN '
informal test to see what occupations : F U tloo.fao ENTER OUR 1980 OLDS
they are best suited for and would en WINNERS COULD!
joy. Mrs. Hartley is proud of the boys RAWINGS YOU

GIRL SCOUTSby who football participated game. All-Star in the players Turkey Bowl from A i 4 G w eorxet tn WIN THE NEXT CAR! :

the class were Timothy Manning .. SSI DETAILS AT STOKi .:
Y A 'br' All N W. .Y ON A '/
Carolyn Eaves David Wiliams and Joe Steele. Congratulations I A A 1 Y N a I)! text ttutwm nu.p Hue M J...MMM nx MC.ntf 17 ill1'm
HEA.EATFAA21En "JOAN L. HALL own PANTNV moa atom wc.neLTIL.wCNUv a
phone 8M-5812 to new library worker, DELANO FLA ST/lftKe, PIA
Timmy Manning and new Safety
Finally Brownie Troop 690 had their Patrol member Chris Hall.
) first meeting last Thursday with An- Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth grade ;iiiiHis| e .
dy Garcia as leader at the First Chris- A-B Honor Roll students for the second -
\ tian Church with 14 members. Great! six weeks are: Stephen Akridge e i s
, All scouts are busy this month mak- Kristin Alday. Jody Baldwin Shaun
ing gifts, having parties, doing ser Schmidt Shilynn Chaff, Hal Wood, lasiiiiBAKING .:: ;:'1
vice projects and participating in Chris Farmer and Pam Clark. Mrs. iMiimn iiuTm...M.n n 11
various events. Diane Westcott from the Vo-Tech Cukes or Peppers 0 n*. ,IJ I
Scouts are invited to march in the came to Mrs. Sandra Duncan's. Mrs. INIr1Uf
Christmas, Parade ,this Saturday, .Donna -Hartley's) and '''Mrs. ElaineWood' FrtshCreenNCabbage/ ,.11U, xioV a4LyCa
iiDec. BY meeting at the) Bradford fifth grade classes and helped lr sate//,,.
Square Shopping Center at 9:30: a.m. the children to make terrariums. This Anjou Eating Pears u39yI
Tuesday Dec. 11, scouts will meetat was an additional facet of Mrs. Dun
3:15: at the Starke Nursing Home can's class study of plants. $ $ 2 9 YHr/WIM.I 9
FOR Chef Size Potatoes LI "" +
for the annual Christmas sing The following children will be going 6 :i 8 "
cooperating with the Bradford County to the taping of the television program Fen ,LB BAG Fresh Yellow Onions LI'1""""
Library. "It's Elementary" and will be imw. .
Decorating the public library this seen on Channel,Saturday January SAVE tae SAVE led SAVE 20SAVE. $ -White Mushrooms vile 1.Fri'riii
month are Brownie Troops and the 12. at 10:30: a.m.: Evette Gainey, 1(
seniors. Stop by to see their work. Brad Stroble, Loretta Austin Ron ; mm MM Salad '.49I
or rra
November 25 Girl Scout
Gateway Thomas
Shelley Hall Greg Wiggins
Council lost a very dedicated worker Jennifer Wheeler Doug Cockerham # FRESH !_.",.", //ALL PURPOSE '' MIX OR MATCH FRESH GREEN ; j j'CRISP
I when Dorothy Siegel passed away. Jackie Davis, Ron Brown, Stephen l iWj v. FRESH GEORGIA
\ Dot was Director of Program Services Akridge, Louise O'Quinn, Amy Dowl- ol fP"V'YELLOW COKES r ; :
since 1964. We in this have lost .
a ing, Jody Baldwin, Jackie Nguyenand I SWEET
very good friend as Dot was the Timothy Weir. 'PEPPERS
establishing force of Neyati Day Mrs. Iva Jean Harrell's fourth CELERY ONIJONS
Camp. It has been my privilege to grade has Robert Fowler as their new 200 SAVE 18* ,
work with her the past ten years. We library helper for the next six weeks. ;''
will all miss her and her enthusiasm Previous helpers were Stephanie 2 3 '
as well as her knowledge of the scout O'Steen and Robert Boone. The class 59 39 u 6 $100 5 LBS $100"C ;..:

'I program. has been writing fall poems; several STALKS, LB BAG FOR !:! -;
Once again, thanks to the Little are printed here selected from the F
I Women members from last year. many excellent works. PUNCH *
Their gift started all the Brownie LIBBY'SDETERG'EHT
troops this year with money for supplies
PANTRYvefY.dal.PfI'cReaLe.mon/ TOMATO JUICE
or whatever was needed. United Pentecostal Church .
Brownies appreciate your remembering 204 N.Water St. t"1f3-r 84oz t
199 "'" 46os 59Jsav.2oe
them. .A'7 "
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Pastor: Rev.O.L.Wells BOX
'SAVS lOt TEA BAGS CAN
JUICE
Friday, 7:30: p.m. Youth Service;

Sunday School-10 a.m.; Sunday __ SA"lOtI
Servicemen Evangelistic' Service, 7:30: p.m.; 1&)0
Wednesday, Bible Study-7:30: p.m. t $129 ...1 : : e
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Sgt.Johnnie C.Covlngton.Jr. BOX. =-:.- ,,32oz ,69
YOU ..y t t SAVE 20tf I< BTL a .
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE Sgt. .

Johnnie C. Covington Jr., whose AUTO I :
parents live at 412 Michigan St.,
t starke. recently participated in Joint ,KNOW P Best But/sin Groeerfesl ellsl Baysfeb'I"OCeI'In59" /
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training exercise BOLD EAGLE 80 at .
Eglin Air Force Base Fla. ByGene 1. rA' i .... --.... '
Over 20,000 personnel from all four RossQ. Mr.Spud Instant Potatoes ("Contadlna", Tomato Sauce 391 v9FJ ri e

services participated and in the the reserve month-long components exer My air conditioner., Pst: Coffee Creamer $141 Sunsweet Prune. Juice 'I".1 Mt; OR MATCH

cise. The training was designed to >cools the car very well C- j IMKOMMl -....-
refine procedures among the services but It sometimes Kleenex Towels 59d Ajax Dish Detergent 8912M 1370j 3
and to develop a high Joint readiness. sounds terrible. When M '
driving down the road. # SwifTchili with Beans 591: Pie.crM; ; .
l ,,,,Nr, SAYt7d
I hear
j CARD OF THANKS rattling an noise intermittent lasting Delmonte.Catsup!' 79i( MiIman's; Apple Sauce 2J$1 1

only a few minutes
DeVoe The family of Smith Anderson each time from the engine Best Buys in Groceries I TTelAvaoe SUHSftilN
I express their deepest ap NATURAL VANIIXA Best$ArysixBakPry;
compartment I
preciation to all of Smitty's friends
; for their thoughtfulness during our know It Is the compressor """ A--1--JW AFE.S. .
period of deep sorrow. There will because the Cracker. Jacks 7/89/ r.-..;...;' VMi, +mifmmm* i
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> *m a to ami"mm fw> "-/.If KInK Size Bread 3 roa. !
; always be
I a special place in our noise la present only Pillsbury Cake Mixes 69 ones ( lta 59
s 'SAVeloe BOX UK' mm*mm'm
hearts and
'Ij ;; prayers for all of you. when the air conditioner M wa. r AMtnRwn Mince! Meat Pie ;

is in use. Betty Crocker Cake Mixes 69 ;., r GAT 1! IM w.Na"r' tftmm m
1 ''I A. Your problem probably laIn IM IN I Ito.'o1 OM| REDEEMABLE IN ANY English Muffins 29

? I Lunch Menu- Dec. 10-... the pulley bearing as Macaroni ft Cheddar 4/ OF OUR CONVENIENTLY* IM_'"'!."*
sembly. Start the engine and M'rr""M/- Pumpkin Pie 1.
:) Bradford County Middle LOCATED STORES eA;
: have someone In the car turn Hot Cocoa Mix $121 .IMOMUIIftMDinner ,
si Schooland: All the air conditioner tatting to I MM-nm i not ';'ui" Rolls 3rus .
; Elementary Schools maximum cooling. The magnetic ; Packer Label Mushrooms 49d' ,
'c..rnln..M.U't: :
clutch on the front of SIN wrAr' Js\ AVAILABLE IM $9.60 AND S1O.OO ) FTenctTstick Bread 2uAS/l .es

.. :Monday Dec 10: Hamburger bun the comprenor. Now have will the begin perioD.rotating. .r. Rosedale' Peas 3/1/ 1 DENOMINATIONS AT ALL MMTMV Into -..-- ......._ x _

I f 1: lettuce/tomato/pickle, French fries, in the car set the control at !Wesson*****,mi ',Taet4Rt.10Rt1CtALOROR*M .-r'--' (Urns tea's Stof-N-Soch}
Oil SP9
: applesauce milk. minimum cooling, 'SO the (otherttuwhebevelcLL| SO4-7S4-I011 84 IMNabisco

Tuesday. Dee. II: Macaroni & clutch will stop turning. If _. .. _" .1 I CXT. 26* ASK Folf MS. JOY HOLLY Hili' Wafers
; i I Cheese spiced ham sandwich, but the compressor pulley op- J' \ jgmasfOHfaaaaammmmmmci .
: tered fruit milk. orates silently when the <
''f green peas cup :
% Wednesday. Dec. 12: Chili W/beans. clutch Is engagedrolatingl( J COlta.'EisR/T4 muMwctlFLCNIR PAMTAY f>RIOE Ro4) AL CROWN

J saltines garden salad, peaches cint but rattles when the clutch ia. .TA..cw.: PEANUT DIET RI11 ,
I namon roll milk. not engaged, the pulley boar. I il TiRlltit's30oA' 9g II PLAIN SELT-MISma. 800 I iMJTTKft lF9i COLA
t Thursday Dec..13: Hamburger steak, Ing assembly ia defective and .. UNILEACHEOLB
j rice & tomato gravy, green beans. should be replacad. :r. .... .:2..UflR- .ill. OR II SAO. ; AJAR M a'Aa tles O.'OSIT aTL'1" .
J I pear half biscuit milk. Automotive Pirts Center, 'LU.

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rr. f 1 corn,banana pudding milk, Starke
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By KHtihrth Terry into our Church! this ............ Ktttfe \; JLAWTEWiEWSChristmas } Donnie Kelly! of the. University of Weiner Roast at the hoMe of...
1'bCMIIU8l43OG and JOAnn Grant from JMtemtvUM Florida Oafainvlgespool the today and Mrs. Franklin Camp
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"' CHURCH ACTlViriB$ moved their membership \ Prayer Meetftn9:6t am. weekend with .hit parents. Mr. and<< oa Sa night. There were 10

Chsfcli III Oed: Sunday....... 1., cy truth hM joined with UkRA1SR Dec. 9.Holy. Baptist: Sunday School 10 Mrs. George KeUy. cMMren present
Warship II a.m and 6 p.m., Prayer THE LORD. Allison Hayes WM baptized Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and Mr. ami Mrs. O NicuU were Mrs. Pauline DeVore and friend
Meeting and YPE on Wednesday at 7 into full membership during worship.... at 7 p.m. Thanksgiving dinner guests of their Paul Fisher visited her sister. and
pint.Ewrireen. Sunday Evening Services Issst week. Thanks to l5rottisF .law and skater, Mr. and bro tler-ht-law, Mr. and Mrs. Art

Baptist: Sunday School 10 Christmas rehearsal is continuing food to the + and: Mrs. D.O. Brown and Mrs. Floyd Jenkins of Jacksonville Blevlns.\ In Lenox, Ga., on Sunday.

e.m.. Worship ti and 7 p.m. and delightfully-..proceeding toward our say we can Shawna..spent theweekend Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and faintly Mr. and Mrs. Johnny AlUlar otJl
Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Annual ........ We hard a rumor AiH I a. ( their Mater Mrs. Margie Whit- Mr. and Mrs. BIU Wise, of Hampton Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon

Faith. Baptist: Sunday School: 9:45, that "YOV-Kmw-WHO" that Inugha home In S... of Tampa and attended the wed Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wise and with their brother and sHttrlnUwMr.
; Worship 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Train. with a IIO! HOt! HO! has been" Invited The of their nephew Gary Whitfield. their sister Miss Brenda Robinson,of and Mrs. Truman Norman and

ing Union, 6 p.m. and Prayer to drop by. day, Dec 9 and Mrs.: Charles Star Una and Klngsley Lake Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Mrs. Ctrl Prevail.
:.. 'Meeting 7:30: p.m. on Wednesdaynight. Still adding I instruments to our Or- location, were Thanksgiving dinner Brown and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. James D Kelly
chestra and voices to our choirs. If Come and of their son-in-law and Norman and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Don- visited their mother and sisters, Mrs.

Grace United Methodist Church: Sun. you like to play an instrument for the Highland Mr. and Mrs. Pete Starling nie Wise and eons, Mrs. June Powell Susie Williams Mrs. Elsie Scruggs
day School, 9:30; Early Church, 10:30: Lord, Orchestra practice is at 7 p.m. 9:45 a.m.. and children, were Thanksgiving dinner and Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Rowe ofChtefland
a.m.: Worship 11 a.m.; UMYF-4 Tuesday choir-7 p.m. Wednesday. Prayer and Mrs. Oscar Carter" were guests of their mother, Mrs. Pur over the long weekend.Mr. .
;; Evening 7 WORKDAY thus Saturday. Our via Brown. and Mrs. Frank Camp took
p.m Worship, p.m.; Tuesday Laura : dinner guests of their
I evening, 7 p.m.-Orchestra Pra"- apologies to those who came.and we a.m. '$ and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Loll Carter and Mrs. Oscar their son. Bryan and some of his
tlce,; Wednesday 7 p.m.-choir prai did not have all the needed tools. Try and Prayer Carter. .. Carter visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim friends to a skate board park in

tlce; a p.m.-Bible Gleanings again this Saturday p.m. Elvs Reddish and her brother. Rosier on Wednesday afternoon. Gainesville and they enjoyed it very
We welcomed three new members The UMYF will be decorating the Long and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hub- While there Mrs. Ruby Gayno of much.They were celebrating Bryan's15th

10 a.m., 782.3354'y Harley attended the wedding of Ocala: and Mrs. R. Ossie also visited birthday. D.
them. Friends of Mr. James Kelly
Prayer niece Mrs. Joanna Ellison to
DWIGHT SLATER'S Peddy.! Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham of to learn that he had open heart
Morgan of Jacksonville, in the surgery
Maxville visited their son-in-law anddaughl.er in St. Vincent's HoxpiUl
Union 10 a.m., 8, at Macclenny on Saturday.. Nancy, over the weekend.Mrs. Jacksonville. He came home and w.are .

home Ruby Gayno of Ocala, visited happy t" report that he Is getting
Food & Scat Tommy Barnes came Mrs. Fie I8le Rosier and Mrs. Rossie along fine.Lawtey .
,... US. 301 S. from Bradford County
Reddish Wednesday. .
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7 A.M. 12 P.M. ital where he had surgical
&Wa"ut St for two weeks. He is Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling and Dixie Little League will
their son.David, of Jacksonville were have a meeting Dec. ft Thursday

Il MOTOR RC or NEHI & Pierce nicely.Crews visited her Saturday guests of their parents, Mr. tonight, at the school house at 7pm.
OIL In-law and sister, Mr. and and Mrs. Fleam Starling. They are to have a Christmas
.j $1" OR PEPSIs Waldo- Pringle, of Worthington Mr. and Mrs. Craig with Boca Dance Friday Dec. 14 from 7 to It
3 Ots Raton spent a week their p.m. which will also be at the school.

16 OZ. $4129! Ta* Lois on Friday.Carter was a Thanksgiv parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl P.-:-Trou-. Lawtey Dixie Little League will

Plus Tax II A Dep. j dinner of her son and ell. have a Turkey Shoot Saturday Dec. IS
guest Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Starling and Lu from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. North of
-law.
Borden's ALL BRANDS BEER P. Carter .and family Her clan Prevail' of Gainesville, spent Lawtey on 301.
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. The Lawtey Dixie Little League officers
.*| 99 Case Denmark and their sister and Mrs. Fleam Starling. elected for 197940 were: Ed

MILK Gal. $100 Over Cost Cathy Denmark of Jacksonville Miss Sandy McKenzie a student at Crews, president; Carl Norman vice-
Methodist at Lakeland Carol Prevatt.
visited them on Thursday afternoon.Iwwwwww.wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww University president; secretary;
-, .. .. spent one night with Mrs. Pat Hazen Darlene Norman treasurer
." and her daughter Miss Allison Deepest sympathy of (the community -

Hayes. Is extended lo Mrs. Fred Moore,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Starling, of her sisters and brothers due to the

Lakeland spent Tuesday to Friday death of their brother. Doyle Boyer,

ww w with their brother-in-law and sister. of Jacksonville, who passed away on
1 Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling. Sunday night.
5K OFF Dan Wainwright of Jacksonville,
visited his mother, Mrs. Truby Wainwright ('UI ('Ol'TN
JAiw'IE.9EY1 EEe L L strsrr Sunday.. Our newly formed Cub Scout den in
sty'"" Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wllkison, Jr.. Lawtey Is moving right along! Brian
JELLY 49c ; j CNEEZITS JJJcJ Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hodge. Mr. and Crews Rudy Waters and Runs

3 IB JAM r A Mrs. R.W, Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Miscally achieved their Bobcat rankIn
wine nun courts..wis.* MC .run MOMMM* S I .if*nun IbuMM fMuftfCUV MC S run wrw r. O.B. Wiggins of Jacksonville and Mr. October. Then at &last Thursday'
MC On tell r IACMCOWVOSI mm a/M LL CMC tf ttFfll LMMSt I Of i CHCOW OtSMril ri*
O NNMH w5.owwwwwwwwrwrwrww.I'OO*o.A.rrcce *. ir wart roa.IN. ,.NCO r.wrrn..elNrwrun..wwwrle e' and Mrs. Bennie Wilklson. Ill spent pack meeting. Trey Howard Hilly
wwwwrwww wwrwwww Sunday with their mother Mrs. Bennett Gault and linger Padgett received

CLIP THESE Lwwwwwwwwwrwwr wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww ewwwwrrwwwwwwrwwwwwww--wr.-rN Sr. The occasion was to their badges for Bobcat.

50< OFF celebrate her birthday.Mrs. Also at last week's pack meeting
COUPONS I James Dougherty of England the Pinewood Derby' Race was held.

HOLLY RIDGE FARNSWOStTH'SCOOKBES' called her parents.Col. and Mrs. Wm. While none of the Lawtey boys won
SAVE! Wilson on Sunday. Mrs. JacquelineLines the race they all did an excellent job
II SLSCED BACON j left Sunday for Germany. working on their racers and showed

.. Mrs. Fred Moore visited her some fine workmanship for their
LSM*
asaT. anu S V4JMSTMSWtTN brother, Doyle Hover on Tuesday and f irst-time showing. Next year we will
I -7-c fPtTW TVM taro,. tMUBnHMV w. r nun VlfNMHAVMB TMt cauHIM ;fMHV we.rwr
*t r H .rr/rcrcoVO..rM.. tf M MC ,. LMt n.r.rrrwe F.rrrN in St. Vincent's Hospital know what to
Thursday expel
wro.I OOerOeMM* VOCC *W e>UCTt fWiWOt!* arr..w.er.o.KCJ Mdogc fl nWr.wrwrwwwwwwwwwwwwiwwwww
..nraww.ww.w.rw..rr.waMprrAu Jacksonville. He seems to be a little As always, we lire open to new
brighter. members and would like to expand
mm MO mctf. eooo t HUH*. Ma Jerry Thompson of Columbia our program. If you interested or

Ohio, spent two days with his grandmother know an B. 9. or 10 year old hoy whit
: s 45 Mrs. Daisy Thompson, late- would like to get Involved in the scout
Beef Blade Chuck Steak u'l71IM ly. program, please contact Judy :.Mlxally -

JH tsar>..[?WM till r a 4 e }' Bryan Camp had an old fashioned or Gerl Thompson.
Fresh Pork Steaks n

iMiiili>..BiMunBe niuBiMt 0 .
Center Cut Pork Chops :;:. LI$1" e
1
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lot's 01 Chicken """- iiOBC

... a>lair'M''ur" ."..SW UH...M t Pm"Kutisw DATES TO REMEMBERS) Deck 20- Cain. Usa Brown. Vickie McFartane.l .
us 141' Padgett. Train- Blye.I Alitthn
'HaltTork loin fftrst! day of Christmas holidays/ <
k. Manning. Derrick LongvTara DeSue.

:Smoked Slab Bacon La'S8C a TONitwtulwwtnnai Student picture packages were sent These students performed very well
3 To home 'on Tuesday Dec. 4. and this six weeks. Those making an A on

Rock Cornish HillS tl OBI 180= $389 51.8$ J 8 AVG.LB Wednesday Dec. 5 They were sent their Spelling lent last Friday were:
PKG. AVG. Lisa Brown. Tommy Balkcom
vmmtftm u by your child. Makeup pictures were
Pantry Pride Biscuits 4/68"/ u taken last week. Those pictures will Robert Hankerson. Derrick Long,
aavE Sod A u sAVe god A tE Vickie McFarlane. Freddy Cain
IM "ft M HIMUMII..n Hm CM SAVE $1.00 be sent home as soon as our school
Merico Assorted Cookies 98" receives them. Alisha Manning Lesley Padgett
Rachael Tyson. Jennifer Williams

,,Dean's i.m stir w Assorted' Dips 3111/ NawlhlAwrrOr..ru' SNAPPER OR GROUPER Mrs. GrifCis-Jenklns second grade Chris Dlnki li. Truin Blye. Adrian
IM M Ifaf M oatFes Tiffany Clark, Yong Sue
Mosley.
$ 1)0898i) class The following people made an
Taste Meat ou tykes Plumper Weiners FILLETS
Cal Yogurt Fyne Bologna test Hankenon. Nita Mclecio. and Eric
\ 41S1 -..... .. ... .. w IM w rem. sal. SSA sin user ft A on their Spelling : Walton.
Coblentz
Fntr''Pridll; '; G8i( Pantry Pride Imported Hams $1.. Lykes Cooked Ham Sill FLASH S/lVIIOCAL.FMOZSN MC LB 168A James Adam Marlin Geiger, Eddy Randy Siegmund., Fifth Grade News The 5th grade

Sour Cream IM_.. m mi... 'unman, m mm PMI rami $ Shane Higdon Tony Hankerson, John Social Studies classes have recently:'
im wM Pride 68" Sunnyland Breakfast Sausage $1" Sliced lunch MeatsIMaXMHt X31KRAFT'S aonOWL Reichert, Kelsey Thorns, Jeffrey completed a unit on The American
Pantry Cream Cheese .... a-sot CUPS Workman Alton Carlos Revolution. A lest was taken on the
use M'MtltM t. Young
SlicedSW. Mini_ $1''11 Grill Meat Franks 281 Fyne Taste Meat Franks ( MARGARINE OR SQUEEZE Jones, Gary Gonzalez, Mignon Carroll work just studied Two Sib grade

am Singles -...,.. PARK AY <*.. sri. and Lisa Green. students Stephanie Sams and Kelley
IM .15W or.....IM IMHIIkiMFyne 69'Creamed "" Jackson made scores of loot on the
38.1 18. Those
Class having
Cottage Cheese $1>))11' Spread Otr's Oleo Old Smithfield Sausage VOUH CMOICISAVIi.. perfect Mrs.Teslone's attendance for-the second six test Congratulations! Stephanie and

CUT weeks grading period were: Tommy Kelley! We have now moved on to the
M.LITMUWSLICED HYCHADC BEE Balkcom. Monique Banks Truin study of the Westward Movement and
"
HOT DOGS 14 SIRLOIN STEAK Blye, Tiffany Clark. Kenny DeSue. Opening the Frontier.In .
I BACO 12os PKQ. LEAN FRESHLY BEEF CHUCKI'98'9 Tara DeSue,Robert Hankerson. Yong Science we are now studying
A.dlf'wrt// Sue Hankerson. Alisha Manning. NIU Stan and Constellations. Students are
GROUNDvuypSCfP" CUBE W *25'8 Melicio. Adrian Mosley. VickUMcFarlane. studying the night sky to find the constellations
88C j ,.,.-... Johnny Siegmund. Jennifer we have been working on.
J Williams and Eric Walton. Mrs. We are also learning some of ther

Tetstone is very proud of FreddyIN legends connected with the stars.


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t e 5 QUIKMAIDWAFFLES Legal NoikeBradford -
o 4 li lo a public .hearing to beheld
THE CIRCUIT COURT
on Thursday
County Zoning
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
6 December 20 1979 .Ol
Boord for rvclottillcafionol
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
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PANTRY PRIDE BRADFORD' COUNTY. the detcribed below 7.30 p m. ''n the County
rrf CORNFLAKES PORK & FLORIDA Irom-OR lo RIC. Three Commition Room in tha
Bradlord County Courshout. -
In Re Th. Matter of ((3)) acre located threemile
BEANS ry ; yceld the Adoption: of METINALORRIE South ol Siarke on .. At the. time all
lnlrtd droll'b.
pertont
tlda al Grllll
the
tlC y ptyl't'- 12o 59* Lao $18 l MILLER. right In Section 2 heard for or again*!
SMITH. loop
+ BOX CAN JI SY: CECIL f. HER .
STEPFATHER Petitioner. Township South Rang Ih propotal attpeolied
Riot $ 79573. 22 Eott. parcel' in the Zoning
Cat No .
LUX BATH CAY NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 4630-00300 to allow Coda. ol Brodlord Coun.y

FROZEN : M,. Nolan H. mobile home on 20 000
SOAP LITTLER leel.Thli Jerome John. Chairman
Miller Jr. Add.>. square
98"sl 'f AVt IO SAVE 200 I I. tubct:
Box 4/-1 : : .1 YOU ARE HERESY | 39 1979.Hpd .
NOTIFIED that an action to a public hearing to behold
13 6.
.'or Adoption hoe toes an Thursday
F I Iliad, and. December 30 1979 at
BaysAT f.CLIMAGARD I PRESTONC H Buy;" qulr.do/ New you a 0'copy'of- 7.30: p.m, 'in the County NOItCSWilliam .

/J"ligo'dUI9AiJII MOTOR OIL ANTI-FREEZE Frvse'tRv'dAorwwirr / your written detente, li Commission Room In the ,. H. Hall. S*
Bradford County Courthout hot m application loIh
P./lllonerf
'' ( 'f ) 't ( UM wnnxiMMleno's Cheese Pizza 99 any attorney to it., on who.. some .. At this time all *Brodlord bold lor County special: Zoning u**

;PiHrb; Essence S12t tv r Nowso'Pr/C 69C. rrffpi1 388 y UM....vHBWPantry and odd,... I'I J.J. possess Interacted lhall an Cm r(t) atr located
., f \ GALLON Pride Orange JuiceIMMMMBI 31St Wolbert J,? ,P.O. Bo. be heard for or ogohistthe
IMkl'Ml Of tnlertetllon o' Hwy
prepoial Ossp.cihd
.
1086 Stark Florida
Mouthwash $13', 100 South and St. Rd. IB
Signal the
Zos.r.gCode
Ill.wrvu.. Pantry' Pride Whipped Topping 49t 33041 an or b.lo,. m ,In Soc'oA3'; Township 1
Brodlord Cow"'IJNOnw
ol
w6.w..i.ISiS 791
Si $12' II"Detlr'&ent January 3. 1980 and tila'
Swish .me awes South Rang 22 last, to:
Clairol Shampoo DAWN: the original with thocI.k
IM MK Sierra Sliced Strawberries 31'1 John Choirman. ,permit gotolin' pump
Sash "11 thlt c.un.IthNofor.
WI Si M. 99( or
Via sic Kosher Dills 'In clattittcation.Thl
Chest, Toothpaste w 51 sae teioe ..", Ic. on 'petitioner .Brodlord County pretem
MinMMMtrior". ... sSeim's >,V3M DETERGENTfrox Jena's Frozen Pizza 994 attorney or Immediately Zoning Boord. November Chang Inclattlllcation
2/69 Juice IS subject|
v Apple '
; 3B. 1979.Itpd .
3M- Tape ft* IM m to wS.wltraa .naaiU seri tnaraoliar
Plzifler 59Seq .... .. 12 .. to o public hearing to beheld
= Dressings '''' o udgment( .
99i( Argo: limas 1 an Th"rtdy.December
will be entered for she
Wexlofd Candy tar c a.- 39 1979 ,.t.

'> raai Pan S1" Bruce Cut Yams 59<' TRIAL 2 5 Libbj! Cot Beets 31'1 .. reliel paiuon.demanded In, the NOTICI ,,. 7.30 pm.. In th* CountyCon.mhNos .
N' Take Cake 5 1151CdSCe Roam In tftoo1rodf0r4
UM.t1Wa -- -... SIZE 12.19'DOWMY WITNESS my hand end William H. Hall. $r, .

Nestle IM.WK. n.1 Hot Cocoa ww..ae' Mix. $1" ,Underwood Sardines 2111 .I.i.rwwwwwww Shortening the seal of' 30.this 1979.Court. OftNov.mbei hot the Mallard mod ooolltotier County Zon.ro 'thou *. At County this ."...CO".. alt'

IDAJ.. Gilbert S. arown, Ing Board lor rclatWcotton persons tntwretled shellbe
SUNSHINEI :psoa ) Clerk .l laid Court. ol the described heard. for or agolmlIh ,

''ter:: K.....-r MA.SM. i iVKiV( By '..TlIII\'o Lodges"" below Iron M 31.1, tBH. ;prop6al.tin the .Os.sp.cilod .
: ': f D.pu' t' On. 'Acr*" at I".t" : ZoningCod.
z A..IC M..U.'t t,' A* ClNl.vt \\t: :'Y. ;,; ,"
C rl .l Bradford County.
C N I001
: I 'lartectlonv ol
(<;O; CRACK_ seer aao. 011 + :Unw..30' OUIfT f7 a .lCh9 t2 27; < Hwy .
sanEtila I South and St. M. IB In
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Otaici
l'lCAG. Jerome John.
13.. | eaootMwne.MO.iiwr*. S.'Ui.IS.: Towmhlp 7'
r -----wwr.- ru' ,. a'NOTICE' '? I h, South Rang 33 I.,. .ta man, Bradford County
.. r .. taw gas pwmOf. .. Zoning bard Nowombor
William Canon.; hot,. v it1.n.lfoc.1oft ?e. 1979,
Thichana.' tars|
mode application- she i Ii 'j Itpdr 1216.
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CPU IIOHTH North 8* Degrees 30 sans. THfHtCoV > .' / /Ossee iif M and by virtue of Writ
the of this Court) .f| : OfCult detente any. OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL and the several.
COURT IN Minutes East 100 feet to this 3rd day of You and each of you Judge. atchg to It on petitioner's attorney CIRCUIT OF THE STATE property owners. toxpayer Exeov"ion. fIt.wIt
BRADFORD on Iron pipe; thence December,". are hereby required to 12/13. whose name and OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR .. cltl....* end Issued out
."I' .NO.79J7e.FLORIDA South 83 Degree Ens GILBERT $. BROWN appear en. the 30tN day ', I address' I* J.J. WOLBERT.J BRADFORD COUNTY.CITY others hating. or cWm- of County Court Florida of Bradford

.Minute 30 Second: Clerk By //Beuloo M. of December 1979. at IN THI BRUIT *. '.0. BOX 1086. OP" tTARKI. a log any right. HHe ar Interest County. pursuant
MOR- ...65 feet to an Iron Moody. Deputy Oerfc. ':1>>o'clock AJM. before COURT ,UGHTH STARKE. FLORIDA :t209,. municipal corporation" ofFlorida In property to be to a Wilbur Final Judge Heath
: COMPANY 0 pipe; thence South 73 12/6 4tchg I3/3T. tha Circuit Court for JUDICIAL .GJ1T OF on or bef_ December PlajPtMff\ ve, THE affected by the issuance mont for
'lOft. Plaintiff v* Degree 48 Minute 30 Bradford County FLORIDA. tN"ANU..fCR.RADFOfID 20. 1979, and tile the STATE OP fJOKlOA, and of said revenue bond dba Heath Auto Serviceof
and
Florida
HI\! B. CAMPBELL and Second Eott.30.39 feat Florida ol tha courthouse COUNTY. original with. the clerk of the taxpayerproperty and said bond anticipation lawtey .
.
.....
Walter
... Defendants, to an Iran pipe: thence In Starke ,. this court either before owner and cltlien of nol... or to be of* against
I NOTICE OPACTION South 89 Degree 01 IN THI CIRCUIT Florida. and show souse Civil Action. Case No. service an petitioner'. the City.' Stark. festal thereby be and eon J,? defendant In
of S90.M
the amount
Minute East S3 feet to COURT EIGHTH why tha prayer* of the 79575. "A attorney or Immediately Florida Including nonresidents they are each required
Q: JOHN B. CAMPBELL on Iron pipe located an JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN complaint flied In tha KENNETH JEROME thereafter; otherwise a owning property to show cou... If any together with cast of
food RUBY JOAN CAMP. the Westerly boundaryof AND FOR BRADFORD above-entitled pro TOPER husband Plain. judgement will be or sublect to tana' there be before this collection.
tMLl, his wlfa, whose the rlght-ol-woy of COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. should not be tiff v* HAZEL, FAYE entered for the relief lion therein Defen Court on the 17th day of Hove scored and hoveIn
.rosldence; h t Unknown. Pratt Street: thence 79-966-CA, DIV. CIVIL grant and the Single ROWLAND LOPERwife., demanded In the pale dants. Dec.. 1979. at 5.00 my possession the
J--VOU ARE HEREBY North 0 Degree 38 THE HOUSING Family Mortgage Donn. TO: The Stole of o'clock P.M. at the Courthouse following described personal
NOTIFIED that an action Minute West along said FINANCE AUTHORITY OF Revenue Bonds, Series Defendant.NOTICE WITNESS my hand and Florida and the several In the City of I property ta-wlt:

ail foraclosa Q mortgage Westerly boundary, 103 BRADFORD COUNTY. e 1980 therein described OF SUIT the seal of told Court on taxpayers, property ..0.... Florida why sold 1972 Chevrolet dr V1N
;:Iponhe following pro feet to an Iran pipe: public body corporate and the proceedings NO PROPERTYTO November *. 179. owners, 'cltliens and complaint should not be No. lx69M2W3364l6.A .
.p>rty In BRADFORD thence South 89 Degree and politic Plaintiff v*. authorizing the Issuance : Kenneth Jerome Gilbert S. Brawn .other having or claim granted and why tha the property of the
-County. Florida: 14 Minute 20 Second STATE OP FLORIDA AND thereof, validated and loper. ',Address Clerk of the Court. Ing any right title or Interest proceeding for aid above named defendantand
:fe-:TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH West parallel with sold THE TAXPAYERS, PROPERTY confirmed such Bond nknown. ByTona| Hodges, In property to be revenue bond and sold that on Wednesday.
'
:>':- .ANGU2EAST Northerly boundary OWNERS AND consisting of not ..- YOU ARE HEREBY A* Deputy Clerk. affected by the Issuance bond anticipation note, tha 26th day of
Y Section 29: A parcel of 99.99 feet to an Iron CITIZENS BRADFORD seeding $''.000.000 NOTIFIED that an action 11/19 4tchg 12/6. of the Utility Revenue and sold bonds and sold December 1979 at one
fond lying In the NE'/4 of pipe; thence North 0 COUNTY INCLUDING Single Family Mortgage for dissolution. of marriage Bond and revenue bond note, when .Issued pursuant o'clock on said day on
( KSW% of said Section Degrees 28 Minutes NONRESIDENTS OWNING Revenue Bonds, Series has been filed anticipation note of the thereto and the the promises of the Bradford
:sxlld parcel' being more West parallel with sold PROPERTY OR SUBJECT 1980. Of The Housing against. Kenneth IN THE CIRCUIT City of Stork. r.venueepledgedforthepayment County Jaifyard. I
o et rtlculorly described a. Westerly boundary 149 TO TAXATION Finance Authority of Jerome loper you and COURT EIGHTH hereinafter mentionedor thereof shouldnot will offer for tale and
;=fisllow.: feet to Point of leglnn- THEREIN ./ ol.. Defendant Bradford County to be are required to serve you a JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF to be affected be validated a* ell to the highest bidder
'
;,':-Commence at the Nor. ing. *. doted and to mature at copy of your written FLORIDA IN AND thereby therein prayed: and for cash In hand, the
-tneast corner of said Together with the ORDER TO SHOW such time and In such defense. I If to It. on FO/I.RADfOllO. The above cause com 2. The Clerk of this above described proper.
'*;t1E Y. of SW/4 (being also' following equipment: CAUSETO amount a* shall be fixad the plaintiff any attorney, COUNTY ing on to be heard upon Court be and h. I* ty of said defendant to
{tt)0) Southeast corner of One bedroom THE STATS Of by subsequent resolution whose name and address the complaint this day hereby required to give satisfy tha aforesaid Ex.ecutlon. .
jtol 4, Block I. of on. bath Guest House;; FLORIDA. THROUGH THE of plaintiff prior to I I. Hon. Gregory J. Civil Action No. 79-S48. filed herein by the City ofStork. notice of such hearing by .
:Saratoga Height. Unit 1, Wall to Wall carpeting; STATE ATTORNEY FOR the delivery thereof; and Derby 3937! Standing In re the marriage of .. a municipal corporation publishing a copy of this /s/Dolph E. Reddish
"3J| per plat thereof Swimming pool; Redwood THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL to boar interest payable Blvd. ,Jacksonville" TIMOTHY GRIFFIN huebond of Florida order 'In the Bradford Sheriff Bradford County
'roKorded! In Plat' Book 3, fence CIRCUIT OF SUCH STATE. semiannually at such Florida. 33310 and file and KATHERINE W. seeking to determine the County Telegraph a Florida. 11/29 4tchg
tPoga 64 of the Public has been filed againstyou THE SEVERAL PROPERTY rote or rote not exceeding the original with the GRIFFIN wlf. authority of told City to newspaper of general 13/20.
:({ cords of sold County) and UNITED STATESOF OWNERS TAXPAYERSAND the maximumrate clerk of the above-styled NOTICE Issue from time to time circulation In said.City
lafid run South 89 AMERICA and you CITIZENS OF BRADFORD allowable' by low a court on ar before OF SUIT Utility Revenue Bonds, in once each week tar
5 Degrees 14 Minute 20 are required to serve a COUNTY. more particular description January 11, 1980. otherwise NO.PROPERTYTO the amount of net exceeding three consecutive week .PUBLIC NOTICE
;:Seconds West along the copy of your written FLORIDA INCLUDING of such Bond being a ludgment will be : KATHERINE W. GRIF S3.700.000. and prior to sold 17th day of Notice Is hereby given
," ,Southerly boundary of defenses, if any to It on NONRESIDENTS OWN. contained In The complaint entered against for the authority of said Cityto Dec.. 1979 the first that First Baptist Church,
5: laid Saratoga Heights Smith Hul..,. Schwolba ING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT filed In this pro the relief demanded you In FINYOU ARE NOTIFIED Issue revenue bond publication to be at least P.O. Box 12S8. S...... ;

!:at d along the Northerly S Nichols, plaintiff attorneys. TO TAXATION ceeding. the complaint or potl.t that an action far anticipation.. In the twenty days prior to said Florida' 32091 hat mailed
i It boundary of said NE% of whose addressIs THEREIN AND ALL This order to showcase r dissolution of marriage amount of not exceeding date, and application on
: JW'/4. 469.93 feet to an 500 Barnett Bank OTHERS HAVING OR hall be published WITNESS my'hand and, ha been filed against S3.700.000. to determinethe 3. By such publication November 10. 179 to '

ttton pipe for Point of Building Jacksonville, CLAIMING ANY RIGHT In the manner required the teal of this Court on you Katherine' W. Griffin legality of the proceedings of this order all property the Federal Communications
:;:Beginning. From Point of Florida. 32203. on or TITLE OR INTEREST IN by 75.06. Flo. Stat. December 3,1 1979. address unknown hod and takenIn owner, taxpayer. Commission.Washington. I
t':-S glnnlng thus describd before January 14, 1980. PROPERTY' TO BE AFFECTED ((1977). In Tho Bradford Gilbert S. Brown As and you ore required to connection therewith, citizens and other hawing D.C.. for a l
:* continue South 89 and file the original with BY THE IS. County Telegraph a Clerk of the' Court. By: serve a copy of your and the legality of the or claiming any right construction permit for i
: Degrees 14 Minute. 20 the clerk of this Court SUANCE BY THE HOUSING newspaper of general I Beuloh M. Moody Deputy written defense. If any provisions, covenantsand title, or Interest In sold authority to construct a :I
:: Second West along either before service on FINANCE AUTHORITY circulation In Bradford Clerk. to It, on the plaintiff attorney agreement therein City or the taxable property non-commercial Christian
-Jt.fold: Northerly boundary plaintiff attorney or OF BRADFORD County. Florida. 12/64tchg 12/37. whose name and contained and seeking ajudgment therein, shall be FM Radio Station l
fi:;ohd along said Southerly Immediately thereafter COUNTY OF SINGLE DONE AND ORDERED address I I. Dudley P.Nan of this Court to and are mode parties with studio transmitterand
ITOpundery,''123,99 feet to otherwise judgment may FAMILY MORTGAGE In chamber at Starke, dy, Esquire Pierce A. validate the proceedings defendant' to this proceeding antenna to ba ,
Fin; Iran pipe; thence be entered against you REVENUE BONDS SERIES Bradford County R COURT Hardy, .P.A., P.O. for said revenue. bonds and this Court located at First Baptist !
.South 0 Degree 30 for the relief demandedIn 1980. HEREINAFTER Florida this 26th day of IN Drawer 1030. STARKE. and said bond anticipation shall have 'Jurisdiction of Church facilities. corner
|;:'Mlnu'*. East 234-9 '.. the complaint. DESCRIBED; OR TO BE November 1979. OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL FOR FLA. 32091 and file the notes, and said them to the same extentas of Clarke and Jefferson I
IN AND
*:':t CIRCUIT original with the clerk of bends and said note It named a* defendant Street, Sto..., Florida.
BRADFORD COUNTY.
I 7S.:: '' the above styled court on when issued pursuant In aid complaint on 883 MHZ with a
?'=1 FLORIDA Re The Adoption, i,, of or before December 1... thereto, and the and personally served power of SSOK watt.
In
1979. otherwise a judge revenues pledged for the with process In this Copies of the application
JEANNI PERRY.
LAURA be entered payment thereof and cause. ore available for
RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE BY RENE GARCIA, ment against may for the relief said complaint now hove DONE AND ORDERED public Inspection at the
you
/ HER STEP FATHER.Case this office of the church during
i 79.56.NOTICE demanded In the com- ing been presented to at Starke, Florida
964-8788 No. 19th of November regular business
plaint or petition. this Court and the Court day

2305 N. Temple' Ave. (U.S.301 N.) Reg. Real Estate Broker c7 : Mr. Charles OF ACTIONTO Perry, WITNESS my hand and being fully advised In the '1979iOsee hour Federal
The Cam
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it rn the seal of this Court on premises: R. Fagan Or
301 North Trail Motel). lawtey P.O.Illinois Box 62882.337. Sandoval November 9. 1979. IT IS ORDERED AND cult Judge. 11/22 Stchg municatlon Commission .
D.C.
Washington
: GILBERT I. BROWN A* ADJUDGED That: 13/6.
:' LOWE INTEREST FINANCING Will 81 AVAILABLE Office 783-3931 Home 783-386" YOU ARE NOTIFIED Clerk of the Court By I. The State of Florida received said applicationon
SOON FOR A LIMITED TUMI. CHOOSE YOUR PLANS AND INIZ I. STARLING, Associate Ive*.712.,.. that an action for the Ton fa Hodges A* Deputy through the State At. NOTICEOF November 13. 1979

.;; LOT NOW.-WI HAVE OVER 100 BUILDING SITES IN 38R. Fr ..2141: $69.000. and Adoption ha been filed Clerk. tarnev of the Eighth hereby Issuing the First
l you are required to Baptist Church Starke.
; CLUDINOtSTARKEt ll/194tchgl3/6. SHERIFF'S SALE
40.. FR. I Ac $37.000. Florida application
LOOK! 1 Notice I I.
3M Stucco'Ac 25500. hereby giventhat number 791113AE, Itchg
RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL specious reasonable. 2 BR. IBa home on lot In 1BR. CB 1.3 Ac $20,000. I, Dolph E. Relddish 12/6.
great !location. 2 BR Nsdt-w/w carpet-Frenklln fireplace- city. Only S6000.0O. : .as sheriff of Bradford

stove, ..... $26,000 with terms.I Perfect rental property. Small Acreage for Home

Zoned BP. I Trailer Low On', pay.

acre t. up en Bayles Highway 4 $3,500 A. up-awner

fine-wed with 10% down.restricted 3BR. 2Bo. CB CHI A FPI Fm 10 141:.. Shade $20.000 ,

NoP Rm .800 ...".. fl/ojS Ac. 20 Ac. Pasture S40.000 E.AL E.STAJ .

i 4 : Jo homest'12.100.13,0001$4,500. ) '. liU.dOO.: '' e W lV"' ''''''01'F*<- Fenced l9ODOra..., -*-, /; ,
owner. financed with 29% down. All, acreage 10%' to 20% (

38R 3 Ba CB. CH/A. 1.30 Down 10% Int. with 9 yr.
:*acres A up. lawtey Aree $3,000 per ecra-10% ta 12% Ac. Shady $' 6.500. to IS yr. to pay, '

,down. ,!
/1'rWilkc9ar
LET US BUILD A CUSTOM HOME FOR YOU ON OUR LOTS j I : >
ON SR 2308 er COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES.
RobertS! FAULKNER O ,

; G HAM, Ontu c- REALTY SJB-4-5OGS rg 4REALTY
Very neat 2 or 3 BR frame home on 1 ecre with carport I

: : and Ig. utility bldg. $26.000. a.tir21 Real Estate
I- .
i ; : 9104.77710
;:::: KINGSLIY LAKSl 2309 N. Temple Ave. FLOR1UIHD CICIUA

> w--:. Brick duplex' with *0 ft. en water $86.500. 964-7828 086 N. TempleNew FHA-VA Conv. Fine-King Available. REALTYPhone 1 TERW.UEGAR. J05 N. Temple Sfdrk ft .


Is. ?-: STRAWBERRY ACRES Listing COMMERCIAL A. INCOME PROPERTY 964-7700 WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

t Country Estate large 2-story modem Cepe Cad on 14 Mini Storage I* units. 600 sq- ft. office space with extra 13 N.Temple Avenue SEE US TODAY FOR VA/FHA A CONVENTIONAL
i beautiful fenced and, crass fenced ecres.LAWTEVt SIR 1B. L.. DR. FR. Frame, on appro 2 ecres off lot. FINANCING

Ifm SR UWest geed !buy Versatile-building. en Hwy 301 N with aver 200* freetage. -
: with effke space Good Investment good SPECIAL
6 beautiful acres with 50 pecan trees, large frame famed 3BR, IB. FR. Li. DR. CB con.tructlon.ln town very .Washington. It. let with !building I. chain linkfencaSK.OOO. price, going selvage JUST RIGHT 8rewn).e Rd. Farm ef.....,... 16 acres.
; good condition and rentals ta help make payment. nice, reasonably ,. .business. Cell u* for Info. all fenced 1 crssf.nc.d. creating 5 pastures end e

(:.:.:. Only $65,000 with owner financing. .Hwy. 301 N .....,.*. 2 acre with CB home,owner Inane large garden er... The bent fs capable ef f eed (quipm -
t.. Lake. Butler 2 BR. IB. IR, OR CH/A some .p- ed. To ....1.0" estate, 2 lots, .n,.'0...*. plus 2 hen* '".W.. end 3 ether stables

m 7 acres wall. pump septic and light pole reedy for pllence, CB _atructfan. Mobile Home Perk fee ..... older home, Handyman far smaller.,,''m.I.. The smell spring/ and creek eft fn.
: mobile home $1,300 with term '100' x 3001 lot Hwy 301 North specie) Weal side flaws with. water at ell comet. On In. reed
z-':. lawtey SIR, IB, greet room. H/A. polio. fence near the creek there Is a mobile ham ll(. whlcfc

I?:; 3 rentel en nice large lot. Include 2 BR frame house, .,,".. 1 acre lot, almost new Very Mice 3'bedroom. 1'% both en 2 could b* another seurc ef Inc...... The Ocefe block 1baVom

; 34x54 doublowlde' MH ((3 BR 1. Be) 13x60 MH ((3 BR 1 FEATURE OF THI WEEK ecres, .best location. 2.000 ham with central bed t air has carpeting

:; :: .0)) monthly Income 45046000. 1BR. '1. IR, DR, FR. CH/A. garage, an SR227, en' 1 BR. 1 Bath CB, with werkshep A ......) cottage or will down. end drapes home J appro. 16 acres Sa4.iOO.00

4 i :- epprex. 4 acres. sell separately lew down payment
BROOKER AREAS 4 bedroom English Tudor NEW LISTINGS

70 beautiful acres with "Handyman Specter haute. Oreham .,_. 1 end 2 acre loss aw graded reed term Mobile Home-on I ecre. ..2..... Term. walking distance to town. Historically significant Fine eld, home 556 N. Cherry St.
valleble. ..93 acre :2000. residence of late Mr*. Carrie Bitch 3-stery structure .builtIn

Ti MANY. MANY OTMfRSf .3 b dream. 1 bath en t acre. Mice tree. 17,500. Term. 3 bedroom, blk with the 1180s of curly pin. Total 560 sq., Including parches -

; OQN'T BE SORRY YOU DIDNT CALL Saratoga Heights $ BR. 2$. L.. PR. Fireplace. Kitchen- .3 BR. I Beth an dry lot fenced. 13.900. separate bedroom, bath 12 rooms 2% .baths 6 beautiful let owner

:;.":: Dining combo.leke .2% acre 2 M 1 Beth .100. apartment much living financedflrepleces..
fit t ; ;t Office HeurizMon.-Frl.9amtoSpm. ..... Seretega Heights.Evenlngsi .u .
3 lot la city, .paved ./ $8.OO. excellent term space 404 N. Cherry Income producing 2-story home furnish.
...... bv Aeoolntment.
A Sun. ,
Sat. 9.12i? Butter v Investment appertunlty. 3 rental) units plusland. Mobile "home 13x65, 21112 bath with 3 outbuilding" A ed 24S5 sq. ft. plus porches featuring 1 lerge .".

i "' .... EVENINGS nice screen perch an rental let er could .buy let else. ..I.... caff( upstairs A 1 largo apt. downstelr ewner financed.SMA.I .

,Relpji. .. Bryan ......, Varnle P. Odo", Broken ; I TOWN REAL ESTATE ...GAINSi
I 64-6308 Lillian' C. IearsenO.elerS.1.smert< 38R. 3B, Brick outside city en 100x300 ft. let CH/A neat lOvxl80 (let hi fawn, eld building Included. !ORJ, Phen 4-$476 .House .beautiful Edwards Rd. 3 BR 2 B CHiA ties

a* a pin SR 230 eat.4BR. Peer! Andrews 964-7739. everything $**,*00.

Wayne E. Douglas A. OHka MenbOsrprose'Sefesnwfl ACREAGE ...G. Doll 964-751 .13 prime acre A 3 II 21 CHAA rd. 225 $61.500.
9645318Vlckl 3 I. .... '.. 0R. Breakfast room, CN/A- .....' ........ Hwy' lOOW-Beawtlful acre.only I $,.000. per acre,very .lest neighborhood. Seerlng St. 3 BR 21 CHiA SV4 Mortg.g. -

646S93Dtjvld ..... ..
peedres
80 cleared reed irav Union: .lend high. I dry terms Broker-ewner..
acres, mostly paved tege. pasture I _4 BR 2 I brick 10 ecre Rd. Home with many extra
E. Dyel Moody PowellAsseclete between Reiferd end .10 land term broker-owner
Jude County lake Butler acre pasture hI.h. dry. .N.w' BR 2 B K05 legion Terrace low $28.000.
+ Aweclete4681U Associate -! & .t acre*.Morten County Owner financed.
Concrete Block en 1 acre Rd. 16W $24.000.
; 964.5613 9646843 Very Rica 2 BR. 2.. CB, an paved read, control hoot and .8 acre*. Hwy 22$. feed land to ,..tu,..2.70B per acre .Lot 4 Butler Court $398.
,1 1ff Lake .... % OrtHls with well fI Inanced.i'A .
1r air Crystel home : 2 acre le.p6.000 owner .House A 2 acres eH Rd. 125 born, fenced $'''.'''.
Hampton Include' well, septic tight
acre area .6V* prime acres |lad oH 125 $12,500.Furnished .
\ $';/, acre of lend off Forsyth. ..... _' Improvements. p1.. ........ MH I oc,., SR100. SE231-meke otferlBeautiful

FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS good land.SBR .; brick duplex 657 Epperson spacious' $43.900.

HOMES .Beautiful lot near Country: Club 20 :: IN BRADFORD COUNTY CALL. IB. frame, very ...... frame out building, double. .18 acres with :3 BR, 3 lash C/B .Acme, CHAA.chain linkfenced home pretty grounds 1308 Pratt,
CB garage recently built. CB ...... with AC an ..1 Acre yard many fruit tree*. several pecan. fenced Iereeefenrel .13 acre $17,000.isvesamenb4 .
POWELL auHlde 2 smell hem. Term.
BILL city.COMMERCIAL305 pasture. .
e rentals Cell A Bay St. $55.000.IS .
I Beth A/C unit
Southgete-3BR femlly room carpet, acres-neat heme en Rd. 16 Will divide.Cemmerclel .
north with BulWlng.2BR Rice cefiwr let. S18.COO. Term .
let next ta Terwllleger Realty $30.000.
't REAL ESTATE\ .3 I.. I Beth CB. c...... A. neet-2S,000. C/H4A. w/w .
Detute MH ett Euclid A Epperson St.'Estate .
'*.r* 964 464 24 hr.. 1%B. IR. DR. large laundry ream,....., OI/A..n c.,.... excellent term en leke Geneva-several -fine .Investment.PWNtRFINANCIDl .
111 N. Walnut St. :I acre, almost new and spates. off M 16, ............. 3 BR. 1 Beth an:3 acre with fish pnd-$29.900 nemos

.Hwy 325. stone exterior,nice, 2 II. 1 Beth with 4 acres
Mou..., 40 acre effHempten ....,... Reed under Cultivation, bens and garege _.., fenced.Klngsley .:J111 LARGE bldg. Vt aero next ta Bradford Motel
a... 2..m.. "....sidin.. . . . . .'IT.. lake area, 2 acres 4 bedroom,.I bath.2-stwy .20 acre prim cemmerclel.$OiN-10 A each side 301.
: close InBusiness . . . . . $37,000 .Great property acre** tram Holiday" INN. Versatile' !
frame
: 4 Br, 28, lake Beautiful large home with 3 BR. 3$. IR lovely. lendMaped. yard s
with fireplace, DR. f.. Patio, gerage. CH/A, lovely lot. .4 BR, '%1. Breaker area. |Vi Mre M wish.... trees.WATERFRONT 0" acre .301 A. Morgan Rd. $39.000.
'' I \" sHsmp.... Oak let 125-$7BOO-pretty tree
) and equipment.' ",.' '' '' $85400 I .6.16 acre OH OrHft.*.loop Darken. $18.500.
.Cp.-IeM. store Nice "-I.l city. IR. 0.. FR 3 I..I'A, B.; CH/A, petie. HOME LOTS
:
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: .... $18.000 overt
: Store A 301-527.600. look this
Itwefttery. ept< on
;;: C1MtI furniture. Ndg.04 .forgo corned let.A Sampson Inks. home. :3 tr, 1 Beth utility workshop. e
Day; Caro Centert Mdg and e4t"' '' .educ' to. .21.100 I ( rage chain link fence-$35.900. .7008 H. CB bldg. an .... 161. Greet ,....,...
I IId
vfea : J' *.! Evenings. and Wxknd i .Cresby leke restricted hemesrle. brefcerewner.f .Best tNrfghbarhood-8etent Rd.'BMg. let under $6.098.
.3 Country Club lot* I acre *"%.14060. eech.Large .
Jrf ; ,. Loti' ewnerlinencedr ';' \ "' ':'r SI3IS0 Richard Robert n 44-55?5. .. H. FeulfcnerReelterSwen apt. complex :301 $78.000 feed south flew;
: \ IJ "
f JS ecrsJM nke laeetlon, .815.140E7 Judith Flynn r 43M ., ,' ( M. FevthaeHleeHer. r i? lake. It. OcaCa Mock h."" *. *-U7.1t11. ee............
ecre : "w ",''
/ Ann Godwin f&4M59Patty Evenings,.*/ >68" Call I.. commercial let I ter.1M'....toO. A steeper.Cell .

Ira-f. woll $.T.. and power ,. ., ew_r Sllcax 944 dslt ? St. commercial. lot DSxW.$,*,... Bury terner

financed water. . . .,. .,: ..".. .,. ... . . .51.000. *" seen.Feulliseaive.441W2'' .RIAITOR ASSOCIATES. .Homo (commercial) A romwl e.tt..e Madison S21.MO
John langfordW3914 .3 building* Call ....-..... apesek.. Use Imoglnotfoalloko '
't DATES ,' Vada M.$..... ._.9445944'JuUS
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Wl.llam Canon M-t704, { Santa Fo lot Alacheo Coumy $16.500. .......,
Mary Hamilton..964-6239 I IlI.t. Loran Canon .. '.....7001 *'> ;"+ ..,.......;,, 1 1.O*40 l.4ve.944.745.. .MM 'H..,. i IeetotA.essistos.
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I : more on Waldron Innocent... JV Tornado Ca ;ers FallBy I

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from 1-A licenses. suspended for 30 days. with Richard SmithStude.IJoarnalfst A quick start by the Rams In which
Roosevelt Izell Ford, charged they outscored the Tornadoes In
and resisting arrest without violence, no valid driver's license, Is expected the: opening stanza, and the hot out-
and agreed to pay a court fine of $436 to change his plea, according to assls- I? The Bradford HJ Tornadoes aide shooting of Jimmy Johnson who
and to make restitution for the Starke tant state attorney Don ftoyston. got off to a rough start! their 1979 ended the game with 35 points, provedto
police car Involved In a wreck whenThe case of Terry Keith Hollifield.continuedreckless campaign dropping their first two be to much for the Baby Tornadoesto
chasing Bell. A third charge of charged with DWI, was games of the :year to the EasUide overcome.
driving was dropped by the pending trial. Rants and the Bishop Kenny The third quarter belonged to the
state attorney. Bell was representedThe case of John Sharp, charged 4 Crusaders. Jayvee Tornadoes, who outscored the
by Starke attorney J.J. Wolbert. with trespassing, will probably be t
i dj w; Rams 17-11 during the period, to close
Bernard T. Johnson with to not +w c.r Bishop Kenny Bradford 33
charged dropped, according Royston as the gap to six points before the final
driving while Intoxicated, changed being worth the taxpayer money to The Bradford jayvees second: game stanza began. Todd Jackson scored
his plea to guilty to unlawful blood Stare trial. Sharp is represented by r. of the season was against the eight of his team-high 14 points in the
alcohol and was fined $213 and his attorney Richard Welty. 1 M d t.0b undefeated Crusaders of Bishop Ken third period for the Tornadoes .
Iw ny (3-0)) in the BUS Tuesday
gym
r I Bradford closed the gap to five
I Festive Foods 1 night, Dec. 4. The Crusaders won the points, with 6:20 remaining In the con
Program TuesdayThe 1 1 game behind the shooting of Delza test, on a 13 foot jumper by Emmett
( Smith and the rest of the team, which Watkins. This was the closest the
I Bradford County Extension ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE shot an Impressive 55 percent from Tornadoes were to come as Eastside
Home Economics Office announces REQUIRED. the field. began to press and the Rams Increased -
The closest the Tornadoescame
the presentation of "FLORIDA Register by calling the Bradford lead bank
their to 19 points on a
was the start! of the second stanza -
FESTIVE FOODS" reports Ms. County Cooperative Extension Service shot by Marlon Jones with 2:53: to go
when Eddie
Alicia M. Homrlch Extension Home Office at 964-6280. Extension 284. Thompklns, highpointman
in the
/ for the Tornadoes with It, hit a game.
Economics Agent. This program Seating limited and will be reserv-
features an "All Florida" Holiday ed on a first come first serve basis. lay-up on a pass from Keith Jones to
close the deficit to eight with just over Eastside 12 18 II 21-8Z
Dinner that you can Include in your The times and locations in Bradford
holiday menu planning. Florida has County are: seven minutes left In the first half Bradford 2 16 17 12-47

Its own "Horn of Plenty" which will Bishop Kenny 19 19 17 14 89 l....1..U CMW H.a, McDwnM T..-.. M.ak.4.15.
be with I Bradford 9 11 5 8-33 M... 1.-qI..... l"1. J. tokMmi. IF/..1. V.
spotlighted along holiday Starke: 10 a.m.. Dec. .. ..
Tuesday, 11, J .Mm** IN* a4. TOTALS n( ],
management and planning tips, menu Agriculture Auditorium. ? M>.... K_y- Kills 5111! Brawl >>12, Kirk ._.... C. WllllMM H... Onto ...... n.mfUn
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organization Ideas garnishes, a low Starke: 7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 11, .. 1+e. w... .-... "1111..... .*4, .BraklH. 11MctM..*. 4-1-M, Wldkto. .. 2.1.6, Mmkliw. 0-.-1.
calorie holiday dinner suggestion and Agriculture Auditorium. Mulllm l-J-4. TOTAI. 1MH4. Tmkwtf 0 MuAM M 4 1 H WMklm 4tniltti
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general tips to make your Christmasand DON'T DELAY, CALL TODAY I Hr.droritWllllinu.C. _1. WlllliiM. A. 141.WI.kM TOtAI..1.....'. 00Trwl

New Year holiday a pleasant one. This program is open to all ..."And the winners Are:" W....... I-H...... Tlwmpklni........... .*t-l-ll 4. T., .Itavl...r* 1.1.1.**, .
Popular appliances will be utilized in regardless of race, color, or national ... ..- t-t-t, .....- l-..., Tyun 1.... ..-
preparing the foods demonstrated. origin. Racing by age group, first, second and third place awards were presented to 1+.. hauls 1*1, TOTALS. I3-J-J3.: CARD OF THANKS
the 8. V" and 10 yr. old cubscouts. Other awards presented were: Most
Psychedelic Weirdest Most Futuristic, Prettiest and Funniest. Eastslde 62 Bradford 47 The family of Gertrude Williams
Shown above are: lit Row: Ken Owens (9 yr-II and Gene Murphy (Most wish to thank' friends, relatives;
Bradford County High School Psychedelic>. The Bradford jayvee basketball Starke Nursing Home and Bradford
Menu-Dec. 10.... 2nd Row: Doug Ft'rtlg (II-lOyrDennis; Glover (Weirdest: Ronny Whisenant.HyrIII squad opened its season on a sour note County Hospital staff for the many
by losing a hard fought battle to the
( ), kindnesses extended during her
Monday, Dec. 10
Eastside
Regular I A-La" a rt e 3rd Row: Scott Johns (8-yr-ll): Tim Lewis (CI place-8 yr.)1| Eric Lane (111-10 Rams, Friday afternoon, lengthy Illness and for the flowers
Nov. 30 In the
Bradford
yrMo( Futuristic)! Tommy liard en brook (III-'9yrJ). gym. received. :
Beef vegetable soup,cheese toast, Cheeseburger, pizza, French fries, Back Row John Schmidt (Cubmaster); Shaun Schmidt hldden-l-lO) yr)
cookie, peach half, milk. milkshakes. (Fasten Over.all)C.Funniest
Pizza Hut Fund-Rait
Not shown Cameron Ward (Prettiest) ting Handicapped

Tuesday, Dec. II Tired after judging over 40 races judges were City Councilman Ted Oglesbyand .
Sausage, rice & tomato gravy, Cuban sandwich, pizza, French Don llardenbrook, Neighborhood Scout Commissioner for Bradford District. Let yourself go to Pizza Hut at 915 North Temple Avenue in Starke on
green beans, hot rolls, peach cobfries, milkshakes Dec. 13 and help handicapped
bier, milk. children! From 11 a.m. until 11 p.m.,
1as1aN a portion from the sale of every eat in
Will I lave
Wednesday, Dec. 12 Hope Baptist Live NativityThe or take out pizza will be donated to the.

Fried chicken rice It gravy, but- Hamburgers, pizza, French fries, Homebound Intervention Program to;
tered green peas, hot rolls, yellow milkshakes //f1.; The youth of Hope Baptist Churchof program will also be presentedat help raise match grant funds. :
cake, milk. Theressa will present a "Living Hope Church Wed., Dec. 19 at 7:30
Nativity" of the birth of Jesus on For each pizza purchased that day;
Thursday, Dec. 13 ftf i Monday, Dec. 17 at the Keystone pm.The Nativity will be as real as possible a chance will be pants to win free Pizza :
Park with costumes live animals Hut dinners, key chains anda
fries f Heights City at 7 and 8 p.m. ,
French ,
Chili con came, crackers, cookie, Hotdogs, pizza,
Christmas wreath donated
by area
mixed fruit milk. milkshakes. According to the Rev. Pat Murphy, music and about 30 young people par-
pastor of Hope Baptist, the program ticipating.The merchants.The .
+s0I will last 30 minutes and is being public is invited to all presenta-
Friday, Dec 14
presented twice the same evening tions. Homebound Program servei
Lasagna tossed salad, buttered Pizza, French fries, milkshakes. physically, mentally and emotionally
green peas, cookie, applesauce, ;o handicapped children from birth thro
hot rolls, milk. **< Communby News five years of age in Bradford and
$ V tl It n (L-tt ity r"'r"'''''
Union Counties by providing parent
training, home visits, speech and
Elizabeth G. Walker Mt.: Zion AME Church: Friday 7:30: physical therapies. In order for the
Phone 964-6683 Off ical Board Meeting.Sunday School program to continue, it must raise<<
10 a.m. Lovefeast Service 11 a.m. $970 every three months to obtaiif
.F I Ia Card of Thanks Communion Service 4 p.m. Developmental Disability Service
; J'.j The family of the late J.W. Hen- Pleasant Grove United Methodist ACT grant funds from the State .of
11 drieth thank their many friends for Church'Each Monday 6 p.m Young Florida. "

a .....,.-.j ,, ... many acts kindness. during their Adult Choir rehearses. Sunday School

bereavement. only Sunday. ...... .
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5 i. t : The Hendrieth Family Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday == .r".f".tIr"tBROOKER\'
U'ij .; School 10 a.m., Morning service 11
:f' f Notice? The monthly meeting of the a.m.. Evening Worship 7 p.m.
.._ o'a'
n''Ii" ; Concerned Citizens will not be held AntiochMlulonary Baptist

; 4 this month due ,to ,the Christmas. Church i Prayer Meeting each Thursday .. IN. BRIEF.
I >.. ,.-
i J 1 Holidays. 7 p.m. Saturday 7:30 the United -
.t t Male Chorus from Gainesville will by Jeanette Prescott
Church Activities present a singing program. Sunday Phone.485-1713
'r I "Please Let My Car Win I I" School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11
I St. Johns Missionary Baptist a.m. Pleasant Grove Baptist Church New Riper Church
unidentified cub scouts
These two
and Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. with from Keystone Heights will conduct Mrs. Anita Countryman's music
} display a touch of anticipation
suspense Christ Hamilton in service. recital will be her
felt at the Annual Cub Scout Supt charge. performed by piano
Church Worship 2nd and 4th Sundaysat Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: and voice students in New River Bap
held last
Pinewood Derby Thursday
t 11 a.m. There will be a business Rehearsal for the Christmas program tist Church Saturday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m.
evening. < meeting Friday Dec. 28, at 7:30: p.m. began Monday 5 p.m. Ms. Reene Refreshments will be served afterward -
the
Racing on a 32 ft track, cars!
Christmas practice each Wednesdayand Johnson Is asking parents to send is Invited.
1 trimmed were cut. carved by each sanded Cub, painted Scout with and Friday at 4:30: p.m. Choir rehear.sal their children out to receive parts for All Bradford County Baptist Chul"ches'

their t t"ssrtsa Saturday at 6 p,m. the program. Rehearsals will be held pastors and their wives'will
I some help from .parents .1 Ministers and Deacons Union will Monday and Friday. Sunday School 10 have dinner at the Western Steer

be Dec. 28.30, at Waldo Center. St. a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Restaurant in Starke on Tuesday.. ,
Johns will be In' charge Saturday, Free Canaan True Church of God In Dec. 11 -
CARD OF THANKS r Dec. 29 at 7:30: Visitors are Unity: Monday 7:30 Prayer Band.
always welcome. Pastor, Rev. Willie 'Tuesday epm. Choir rehearses. Brooker Elementary School
j I wish to express my deepest appreciation Huffman. Wednesday., 7:30 Tarrying Service. Mrs. Judy Burrows, Title 1
: ?:CC p.m.ftil closing to all my friends for Mt. Pisgah AME Church: Sunday Friday church service. Sunday School Teacher, wishes to extend an invita
flowers, cards, prayers and other School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. tion to all parents and students to a
thoughtful expressions during my a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. chili supper at Brooker Elementary
hospital stay and recuperation at Mt. Morlah: Sunday School only. New Bethel Baptist! Church: Each School Saturday Dec. 8. They wish to
home. Thank you for your concern. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. make it a real family affair with
Warded \ Warney Adkinson Church: Christmas rehearsal Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor delicious food and holiday decora
began Monday 7:30. Tuesday 7:30: ship 11 a.m. Communion Service 5 tions. The menu includes homemade
3 a Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7:30: all p.m.Church french bread garden salad fresh
The family of Gertrude Williams Circles meet McKay's Circle meets of God In Christ Tuesday 7 baked cake and of course. hot chill.
Beif Safin'All Around 1 I ,., wish to thank friends, relatives, with Mrs. Sam Williams. Blye's Circle p.m. Bible Band. Friday 7:30: Prayer The adult price will be $:i and children
Starke Nursing Home and Bradford will meet at Ms. Lula Lennon's. and Pastoral Teaching. Saturday 5-6 $1. Proceeds from the will be
f. 301 Soaitt. Starts r, County Hospital staff for the many Lee's Circle meet at Annie Dean's. p.m..AduJt Choir ..rehearsal. Sunday used to purchase boos for alt(
kindnesses extended during her Thursday night Story Hour at the School 9:30: MornlngWorshlp 11:30: Brooker Elementary students. Supper -
lengthy illness and for .the flowers church, 7:30.: Friday 8:30: Junior with Elder D.R. Williams in charge. will be from 4-7 p.m. Santa Claus i
received. Ushers and Junior Choir will 5:30: YPWW Evening service 7:30: will be in town for supper, Door I
rehearse. Saturday dinners will be with Elder D.R. Williams in charge. prizes, toys and games will be given! ;!
sold from the kitchen. Sunday School Flrit Born Church of The Lhlng
930.: Morning Worship II a.m. and 4 God: Friday, 6:30: Bible Study. 7:30 The Secret Sisters of Brooker Bap"
Tots rehearsal 6 The Tarrying Service. Sunday School tlst
p m. Tiny pm. Church will have their Christmas
SHOW YOUR CHRISTMAS SPIRIT ( Woman's Home Mission will be in 10:30: Morning Worship 11:30.: YPWW 'party Thursday. Dec. 13, at 7 p.l\1. In
charge of service. 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. the recreation room at the church:

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forward Derrick' Carr .._.Holghta IS U If f M didn't look smooth." KHHS Coach lout-boarding the hosts 22161I.and
,tr scooped up a IOOM ball and turned it eN :20 10 II ft Ron Brummitt said aftar win number shot well" (. percent from the fkwr
into basket with II second* to go to Rio:4 c- ...... 'C- I-I.5 one "We looked a lot better tfIrU.. but we're having trouble recojpitxtngchanging
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propel Keystone's Indians to a road ..!.or.I.e.tr WU.nkM O..N.II's a-mI did In the tournament i* |loss t.C1ay> defenses right now
victory over Milliard on the 1.I.] 11+,.. MtCwMlr. >*1. but nowhere near what.need to be The Indians again play only once
M Tuesday night >..,.. t-t-t. rMk .*!.. lOIN We just need to go home and work out this week, hosting Hasting Tuesday
The last-breath Florida Crown' Con- lI laid the kinks. We rebounded welt night Dec u. in the Keystone
ference win was Keystone's first of Heights gym.
the year, leveling the Indians at I-I 1 In the Min over Milliard. Keystone
for the season. I- grabbed a 15-' first quarter lead but
Carr's shot actually was the result, the homeside fought back l. a 19-19
,, of Indian misfortune With time running ?I Sports Calendar: ; halftime He and the last half was a
r h.
out and the score tied at 51 struggle.
Keystone moved the ball for the final "/.was pleased with the gutty: )' effort

shot Guard Eddie>'al). whopumpedin r h",....,. D... 6- ," Brummitt praised .It was '
I a team-high 17 points Tuesday .r':! Buchholl .l atAOrOtD wrMtllng ((7)) baclt-and.forth all the "'8\ and our
: jumped up a shot with IS seconds left j "" KIVSTONI .< lnl.rMh) .n Olds IV (',30)) _< ...... ((1)) b.sk.Tb.ll gu>.Just had a little" more fight at the"
I but 6-7 Hilliard center Gary .r BRADFOtO St. AugvMln lie,. JV (1:10): ) .nd *.rlty ((1)) b..k.Tb.lf end
Coachman tipped the ball causing It 1 O.AO'OIlO *t C ln....UI. glrlt ka>klb..ll (7:30)f Chris deBedisco backed Dyol( with
to fall short Carr was Johnnyonthespot ; I' U points in his first start at guard hit-
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though. retrieving the miss and fW. DM. 'H' ', ting shots from the foul line The Indiana
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dumping In a short jumper for the f BRADFORD wrKlrt .f Otal Vanguard 7iJOSaturday won the game at the stripe hit-
ik HpPenetrating margin of victory. ting 15 of 23 foul shots to Milliard's
Hilliard still had 12 seconds to get DM. 0-. seven of 13 chances
rr : off a final attempt but Grady Bostic of UNION COUNTY at I..t o, boys JV ('cM) and ........((5)) kailiatballBRADFORD Vincent Gaglio had eight rebounds
Keystone High swiped the homeside's M Santa F. lie,. JV ((4iM) and vanity. ((0)) aartatball: I as did Milliard's Coachman with
.- .-. ..- .,----- ..- Inbounds* pass to preserve the I KIVSTONI High .*...b.Ii'1 ..n uvt ((4 .......) a* Community ChwrchMnd KHHS forward Morr>' Cravey adding
victor)'. 't five boards.
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Point GuardUnion "It was the first time in a long time .' oj .,. DM. 10-

High floor hider Phillip Jackson .lice* through the \\llllnlon defense we've von in Milliard's gym and \it f la* EplicaM< .* KIYSTONI (M. JV ('i30)) and vanity ((5)) ha.ktb. .ll
and down the lane.Edwards', was a conference win but we still UNION COUNTY Iitl. JV (,,30)) and vanity. ((1)) at N.warry .basketball. .

'-,.', I...tlda at BRADFORD olds ((7>M) ........1Ie1i ..+.t4TMlay. ,_
KHHS Awards
Dec 11.- f I
Last 'Seconc I BombT .. ....tln9i .. KIVSTONt boy JV (','0)) and vanity ((3)) ........IIeIi. <',' ,
:t,I JV and vanity ((0) ba>.k.l'',.
: UNION COUNTY at CMaf'land girl' vanity ((5)) bay (ti30)) ), SaturdayThe
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Dooms Union Co. to (> Loss Football Keystone Awards Heights Dinner High will School take

: <' place Saturday evening at the Com-
munity Church Fellowship Hall. star
Wi liston's Keith Edwards drilled a lead of the game at 49-44 on Edwards' ff : ting at 6 p.m
.25.foot hope shot to beat the buzzer in twisting layup with 6.47: to go. ;JJIU! The KHHS Booster Club will furnish
Union took Its turn to fight back. j ..j.;;
overtime Tuesday nightsending .. the meat course, drink, etc. with each
Union High to its second straight var. Perry hit a 21 footer from the point to ", ..."..'.,.. ". '. .. ... family attending asked to bring a
city basketball defeat and sending a put UCHS ahead 52-51 with 3:09: left .. ', covered dish.
home opener Lake Butler crowd away and his six foot jumper made it 5451. .' ''' \,' i The Lake ReQlonMONITOR Those planning to attend are askedto
disappointed. George added a free throw before \ i i//j'\'\ ':.. Williston hit twice for the tie. l I <:' Bower
Edwards' line drive shot rattled the < } head count. Call Barbara
tin}:and fell through as the buzzer "We played under control and shot : 473-2334, Ann Hemme 473-4062. or
sounded to give the visitors a 61-59 the ball well tonight, Williston's( Just r. 'ii\ ''li John Harvin 4733011. .
victory In the pulsating overtime got a good team," -Ross said after'wards. 4 ,.*.'0.. J.w The Union County The guest speaker for the banquetwas
ame. S not announced at press time
Even though victory was oh-so- Ervin 'George hit for 15 markersand 1 1GR4 iir eteji apt TIMES
close Tuesday night the verdict was collared 13 rebounds, nine on the >
more''pleasing to Coach David Ross defensive boards, for UCHS. The
than Friday night's opener- 76-57 Tigers outrebounded the Red Devils 'jj.j. t Christmas Ornament
road pasting at the hahds of 40-34 with Highland adding boardsto 1( SUPPLEMENTTOBRADFORDCOUNTYTELEGRAPII.UNIONCOUNTY The Office Shop
Hawthorne.. the Union total TIMES AND LAKE REGION MONITOR lie W.('aIl8t.
The: Tigers continue their search for UCHS was outscored by 10 points'at .. December. I 1111 Section M4-mi
win number one Saturday night at the free throw line with Williston hit. "\' t -
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Jasper and visit Chiefland Tuesday ting 11 of 22 freebies to the Tigers one 't" ." '.. ;.

flightVVilllston. of three. ;::: .)
Williston 15 10 20 10 4 41 --"
61 Union Co. 59 I'nionCo. 22 6 16 II 4 59 I I.

t tOT). HIIMHTON v......- ItanMn. ,..-... Pcqw ;
*-1.1. M: ..... ,--,". :\ruln. I.X-4. HUllinl 4-11. .
'Edwards, a football standout who aa11M.74.: William..*2. TttTAI.lZMI-: *! aM' J
had exploded for 36 points against I Ml ('II. rarm .lull_ aPwr,
North Marion in the Red Devils 76-72 l>.-2*. Wrmcnr 5_.t:.Onrn.7-l-IJ.IllnhliiulKM out\et
..<>.fam I+L TtlT.U.I JH'U ;,... .
first game loss, was limited to 18 : .':'. \ee'S.

points by the TI ers' box-and-one Hawthorne-76 Union Co. 57 I II'
defense Tuesday night but he hit all I'
seven of his field goal attempts the "It just boiled down to what I hope .
i biggest by far being the game-winner. was real first game jitters," Union / iJ1'.O
His shot diminished the heroics of County Coach David Ross Mid alterHawthorne's f. i 1.fdoit".ji'4. !
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,. .. {W')... .Tiger Dennis Sirmonev,.'whocaaned- ,.JlornetS. ruined*.ite, : .,' .; +1...; ( : "hW.n"'. t I:: ,
'r 16-foot baseline jumper with 'five' Tigers opener with a ?6-57 blitzing hfoWnSfdrko
seconds to go In overtime for a 59-all Friday night, Nov. 30, (In Hawthorne. : Tuesday Dec. 11
tie. The crowd settled In for another The Hornets controlled the pace '" ..I : ,
overtime period but Williston got the from the outset, jumping out to* 19-12 ::: .
ball to Edwards on the right side with first quarter advantage and never be- F- ... : 10OOA.M.
two quick passes, he dribbled twice, ing threatened as Antoinne Williams 30-75 % '
and then pumped in the game winner (25 points 10 rebounds) helped the ry if ?
over the UCHS defense. hosts control the boards. ,r r, Below Retail ..
"Boy I hate to lose a game like For the Tigers little went well as the ,,," ." ,:. f a .
that," UCHS Coach David Ross rim was hard to find all night. UnionCo. i Every day tJrice DELOQS>>
,
understated as the home crowd shuffled hit only 21 of 71 shots from the KITS
field-30 showing and was a AC ,gll '
out. 1 tell you though, we played percent 8.52 lpeo
about as well as we can play. I was dismal 12 of 30 from the free throw High Point Man EAtERSSlzes

proud of the game. It was a 100 per. lineonly 40 percent. Sophomore James Perry canned 16 SW
cent Improvement from the "We just had a terrible shooting points against Hawthorne and 20
Ross noted. "We lost by 19 and
Hawthorne game. night markers versus Williston to lead
Union had a chance to win in missed 18 free throws. From the field Union High both times out.
regulation but a free throw wouldn't I'd saT we probably took 50 good shots
fall for Phillip Jackson with four out the 71 but they just wouldn't
seconds left and the score tied 55-55. fall."
Jackson had slapped the ball free to Even soph James Perry, who came
cause an over-and-back call against off the bench to lead the Tigers with 1ft r 'FLORIDATHEATRE
Williston, with 14 seconds to go and points, didn't shoot a high percentage
was fouled as he drove for a final shot. (5 of 16)'. Irvin George backed Perry''
t The Tigers also had a an earlier with a dozen points and opened the
f grip on a regulation winleading season with nine rebounds while Den-
55-51 after an Ervin George free nis Sirmones took in seven caroms Starke 964.5451 1 t
I throw with 1:41 left, but Williston and Anthony Hicks scored six points. r99.
I scored two quick buckets for a tie. "We're just going to have to settle
Before the frantic ending the game down on offense and be patient," the FrL, Sat., Sun.
was nip-and-tuck most of the way. Tiger coach reasoned. "Right now
Union built Its biggest lead of the everybody's bigger than us so we're i1L'10v
game early as a scalding hot first gonna have trouble on the boards." t 0
quarter shooting performance put the On the encouraging side Ross notedthat 54- '"
Tigers up by seven 22-15. Sophomore "we just had 13 turnovers for the
James Perry, UCHS' leading scorer whole game" and said the fourth v
for the second time with 20 points, hit quarter (won'23-20) was a good one
for 10 in the quarter, canning five turnaround for Union. "We pressed hard and it
jumpers. Willis Highland ad- worked well in the fourth quarter...
ded eight of his 10 points in the initial but by then it was too late," Ross said
period as the Tigers rarely missed. of the late rally:
XICHS cooled off and Williston "We didn't do any one thing real ,l
fought back, closing the halftime gap well"except we did run ana play yr: :4s"u,
to 28-24 behind Galvester. Daniels, hard, Rosa ended. SHOWTIMESFriday .
who ended with 14 points. t
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The Red Devils took a 34-32 lead 715-9:00:
Hawthorn If If U 20 76
'their first since the games' second Sat & Sun, 5:20.7:10":
WHOM COUNTYtmkrnrn 64AN.Nr.m lift Ia
'minute, on Daniels comer shot with HIM .!.I* ..|_ lib Mcki -.4f llri..n Q-QQ .....
'9:24 to go in the third period and the t-ltl f...v KIM JMM ..-41 II. Om,1. lKlTOT
traded the hanu throughthe All! .......7, 1.l\gft.
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Keystone JV Girls .

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Open Tonight lAvinv7s ItI "

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oven their Junior. varsity campaign. on
the road tonight at I:. at In-
trrlachen.Tha .
Keystone girls ran through onbr: Lrf
their fifth practice' day Monday but
beforehand Smith saW "they've surprised A
me with bow they've played.
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far.
"We're not going to win'It with
offense. 1"- boomer stressing sIMs
first week." the first year coach
continued. "Hopefully! our defense
will pull us. through against In p aeFEF
terlachen.. I'd like to win It 2-0."
IS girls make up the roster with half
a dozen seventh graders working with .r'W'-\fy'!\ $$

hopes the JV.for"I'm the future.working" Smith with said.them in PE p m i i i &mmii I i iii

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Bradford Cowboys Win wSS MAYONNAISE zxxz
Jr. Pee Wee Lunar BowlThe .

Jr.Pee Wee Bradford Cowboys r&0 won the Lunar Bowl in TitusviUe c
Saturday. Nov. 24. topping the host 5
TitusviUe Lions 1M to end their C
season on an up note. _
The Cowboys defense did it one LB.
more time said Coach Dale Brown BAG
shutting the Lions out in a 04 first half QT. SAVE
and holding the hosts off. JAR 32c
In the second half the Bradford I
squad drove 78 yards, eating up six
minutes of the third quarter, with Umlt I wHh17.s0.rnor. I I i /
Steve Jones slamming over from the KtxlMi*. .Jtcl.dew '
four for the games' first score. liiiililill /
In the last period the Cowboy t
defense turned the Lions back at the
three yard line. The Titusvllle club TOP ,
turned the ban over at the three and
the Cowboys drove 97 yards for their VALUE i
second touchdown. a Aar>' AOW f f
"It was the best complete game DETERGENT 99c t
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QUANTITY RIGHTS
we've had all season. Brown said of
the bowl game victory. "We only RESERVED TMHTTV MAOAPPLE
turned the ball over once and were only { 'VMNM-DOUC STOIIfS. INC.COI'T1I1GHTI979 SAUCE 99 ;M
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penalized three times. Every man t Avr
did his Job well they executed well." fI< mmm MAD

Boosters MAC & CHEESE 4 r s 4100
Keystone High

Meet Monday NightThe TVtffFTV MAJDPORK ;100 SAVE 20'
& BEANS 4
monthly business meeting of
the SAVE 41* HUNTSKETCHUP
Keystone Heights Booster Club TNasrr MAD
will be held Monday. Dec. 10, at 7:30 =
.2 100
p.m. in the high school cafeteria. STOKELY CHILI & BEANS
Prior to the business session the *
1779-80! boys vanity basketball team GATORADE SWEET PEAS '
will be introduced by Coach Ron .3 3100 C

Brummitt.Several DtAGON LONG Gw ,._ '3s-o!r 69 ,
new projects are on the -
agenda for discussion and aU parents... $100 *,. RICER i Vr- *. y nca. 19c .ATL ,,)

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to 3
are urged attend and be part of the QT.
decisfan making process. JARS twrnswo
gUmH QUICK GRITS .5 78c
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Hampton AcademyIn ".nha*.._!.sew i WM & _
Football FinalsThe

Hampton Christian Academy
p Ridgeview 50-11 at TOP
Hampton Field Friday evening In the VALUEj A i merry MAO IIUNOIDSHORTENlttG
Northern Conference semifinal of tAMPU
the Florida Christian Activity .. . 3 8;. $1591HRIfTY
Association.The i FISCHERS MAO
win moved the Hampton team g $
into the conference: finals against NO POUT QENag R MUSHROOM SOUP .4 5' )00
Southside a team the Patriots beat OMEEN GIANT WHOil A SUCCO

be 40-M played earlier at this Hampton year.The at 7 game p.m. Friday will C H EK c SllaROOMS . :' 88

Dec. 7. Southside topped 2UT :
DRINKS
Williston 48-U in Friday's second NM 12HU. LEMON JUICE IT59
semi. NRft'S . .
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In last week's win Mike Meng led AsinPANCYurr1.
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the Patriots offense with 220 total 4 .a yards and four touchdowns. Jay ry r bn >.e10w MAIO cur
Smith added 117 total yards and one
TD, with Donnie Smith adding: 110 . . 185* 79
yards and three scores. DOCK DARLING D XII DAIaw/G

play The in winner the state of finals Friday's Dec.finals 1C will AMO.YSTYU20OZ. 'V'1'F WHOLE GRAIN BREAD 2 I t $1"

DOOI DAaUNO MOWN! N SIRVI

Starke Rec. Dept. U AD F new m CLUSTER ROLLS . .2 = 89cdAar.
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Basketball
09 .r0000 PECAN TWIRLS ..' . 2 -,. 9ge
Basketball play in the Starke =
Recreation Department's youth i4 SALTINES . 2 s 100 DOM!OAIUNO limHMtK

league opened Monday afternoon with VS.. CKAOCIN'GOOO IS4a. ,.,BISCUITS . . 2 %:: i: $)00
old 13-16 Armory year old games games at the CHOCOLATE KREMOS .2 -. .$100

AIL VARJITIIS.
Trail Blazers SI-White Shadows M
Donnie Banks 1' points led the FOX DELUXE
Trail Blazers to an opening game win i? 8ge
as the victors came from down 1M3 2feJ3Asroe PIZZA ."
at the end of one quarter SIZI
Kevin Griffin added a dozen points SAVE 20'
for the winners while Mark Pierce tHRim MAID
topped the losers with 10 markers.
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The leers spurted out to a 304 first OftIN GIN<< GAL TVRglT CROaUlTT O1I .
quarter lead and went on to ease by WUKtTTI ft MUT DINNIH "
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pumped in 20 points and lam Carter cat CM GIANT lAusaue SIIAJC 4 WAI/ FREEZER QUEEN

added The 10.'Sonics got 14 points fromBarry PARMIGIANA . ':4 ,.!119DIKUNA ENTREESCINNAMON
Simmons and Chuck Johnson rev lAG. ,$ _

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Director Cheryl: Godwin said the BISCUITS '. 4f. ',. "l 109 CHEESE FOOD . -!" .rAMI. *
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dam t*- the ate manned by Henry : --f: ,
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:. .} : I to be wondering buoself "The Cash MartiJI. Imfiilli' .jr
we_'1 velbesurepointssoifdbe They are: front... left. right sophomore Yi.gasl ;
Packed House different every night CJUt." The senior LeAna Green; back row. I. to r.. sophomore Gtaa Lane, '.'
Disappointed etas ..,* putIkT..ik..rt'. Tornado coach wuotedtomgbt's test a.rat. Pam Lajrte. .sophomore Reset Sbipmaa. ,
Bradford fined lu gys far a special aflirana gar Mere Csvtfe AIda arcs., a c.ra r.......er m..Iicbd with Buchboix among those be> sex -. 3
against r it ie last Friday *n.trmmm M the ri &ia1 lUliana.right, awato tW UM_" ," sore about. Last year the Bobcats
.''I1 1" bested Bradford 3i2Lprat they .won as underclassmen. Todd number one at 128 and 140 recpectite-: .:,
year..,....out to I Samorts is. at 114 after wrestling at 107 ly. Transfer Joe Reyiwtdffjrtepstatothe ,
do to be tough. as a Junior He gave encouraging 157 pound slot with"sophomore

Eastside Jar Bishop Kenny The Tornadoes win visit Ocala signs" with two wins at the after Bruce Rehberg in at 167. :'..'. : "*, '.
Vanguard Friday wght for a 1:3D meet, Johnny BeD is at 188 4
match and go to Gainesville for a ... Junior season at 167. Martin Jr. Schoening. a junior,lfimprov- ..
back at 147 and ing fast says Hams,,and could figure
7: match: with CHS Tuesday. Dee. Hersey as a senior
222 pounder Frank Swindell returns in at 134,now an empty spot,or at(40.

Drop Tornadoes to 1-3 Start"By 11Bradford dida't graduate aO it's
rarer Tommy
talent- fact six regulars are back. Powell and A thin backup corps includes Otala
*W pound Allen Scott .fcs the closest Billy Green will fill out the 100 and 107 Vanguard transfer Skip; Wbeejer,
thing to ore pants the Tornadoes pound classes.Green moving up from junior Johnny Powell and:freshman:
IUctaari Srkb Mike Gawky after Tornado tur Mike Robinson opened the final have as the season tarts. Scott ma the JV. Larry Saucer and Richard Michael McDuffie and Larry Login
4.teNJ.dirsal6t Dover The first Tornado score of the stanza with a IS foot jumper to make 1M-1 as a junior in the unlimited Flym both sophomores with Junior the lighter weights and fresh Tracy!
half came on a Jumper by Frazier the score 46-28 Eastiirte. The Rams dam wwa: ling a District in title and varsity experience, are now listed McRee at 157. : J:
Bass with 4:32 to go in the third then went on to score the next seven advancing to the state meet. FteBow .
The Bradford Tornadoes opened quarter.Herbte. points to increase their lead to 23 senior Danny Nugent was another .. ..
their regular season on the short end Abnara then decided to give points, the widest margin of the con district champ endow: the seasonal I -
of the suck to two highly regarded the crowd a display of his tang range test. at 114 ponds Hell start at 121 11i.
teams, Gainesville Eastside and shooting accuracy in the waning The Tornadoes countered this by ow
Jacksonville Bisbop Kenny The Tornadoes moments of the third quarter and during scoring six consecutive' points four lost more thanMac's
bowed to Ea Etude, in their the attire fourth stanza as he hit by Fisher and two on free throws by .
home opener before a packed bouse on six of seven 25 foot Jumpers from Robinson. .j
Friday afternoon and lost to Bishop the left side that brought the crowd to The last minute of play proved to be OueenfcUr" .
Kenny on Tuesday night, also m the its feet each time. the most exciting for the Tornadoes KitchenSonny'sFaU "" "' '""" -.': 3;
Bradford High gain The Tornadoes ended the game and their fans as Fred Rams entered in Districts 301 NORTH 964-747S fitIT'S
The Tornadoes bit the road this with 28: percent of their field goals the game and made two successive
week to take on sixth ranked St. dropping m and with only 25 percent steals and converted the first into two Kac:'. MaDe Shop and Kitchen's:
Augustine Thursday. Dec C. and of their free throws scoring.Hamilton's points on a running book that brought Toe-Sonny's" Real Pit the 1-a teams
Santa Fe in Alacbua Saturday.Dec.8. 13 points was tops for the crowd to its fat The Tornadoes in Starke Men's Flag football play :iI
BHS. closed the final margin to 14 pants on were both ousted in first round acton : BIG- BIG BREAKFAST
a 30 foot buzzer-beater by Fisher that at the District Tournament in
Beh.p Kemy 7t-Bn4fenlU: ......It--r 17 17 22 24 70ssd1 allowed the crowd to leave with a Gainesville Friday night.
The Crusaders invaded -
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.... II 7 4 7 Sot smile and something to talk about Mac's fell to Florida Concrete .
the Bradford High gym Tuesdaynight. 2 EGGS :
Dec. 4. with their guns loaded ---- 54.11. 1.11.--I -... later. 32.26 white Kitchen's-Soony's was $169'
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shots launched from 2O feet. ..... Chns Chandler-figured inallthe'IICGI"Iq
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The game started out as a Shootout _.M. 4o1YLi 3S ...,. asrrr ... 144r..1w tossing a five yard scoring strike to *-,
between Kevin BretxUer of the s4s. ..... 1p. 144 ..4M Phillip Sawyer,
Crusaders and Edward Hamilton of IYMa... -....-*U-- For KitcbenVSoany's Erie Biggs COFFEE REFILLS FREEEAT.HEREOR.rAKE..QU.1
the Tornadoes Brendler hit two 23 Eastside 58 Bradford 44 took a kick back 79 yards for a score .
foot jumpers and Hamilton retaliatedwith Alter shooting a dismal 20 percent and hit paydirt on a pass from Dale
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three 20 footers of has own to give from the field m the first half the Haas and Wayne Testoa booked up ,, ,
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the Tornadoes their last lead.5..with Bradford Tornadoes caught fire, "
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stanza After this the closest the Tornadoes second half points but were unable toovercome
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came was three pants 1310. a 31-13 first half deficit to Rip '
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on a 22 footer by H.a""t>4' t with 3.30 togo the Eastside Rams.in a game played ,
m the first quarter Fnday afternoon: Nov 30. before a High's Lady Indians ,
The Crusaders who upped their packed horse at the Bradford High ranked math to the state in the first IIdajOP
record' to 3-1 at Bradford expense. gym. class AA poll released this week
took control of the game with four The Rams jumped out to a quick evened their _loss mark at 2-2 3a
minutes to go in the half on three 15-5 first quarter lead and mere never with a 40-23 victory at Hilliard Tues--
straight baskets by center Rufus headed by the outmanned Tornadoes day night.It .
Jenkins The last coming' on a fall- as they increased' their lead to IS was Keystones first game
away jumper, with 3-17 remaining in points by the end of the first half.Eaststde against a AA team -- fhYl f
the half to give the Crusaders an 11 went on widen its lead to Sandra Nomad sparked the Lady : = rJ
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Kong Hokririi f. mho ended the center Herman Williams, who finished Sylvia Tyler:scored 1C pasta for the ..
contest with a game btgh 1C points hit the game with II points Kevin Me- host s. '\
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I Baby Tigers: 1-1 After Split in 1st Wee lfibf; Play... -

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Union County High's JV Tigers Willlston was led by Wendell demons followed up a miss for a 3CT-S* driving force underneath filling the
bounced Hawthorne 59-M in their Johnson, game-high scorer with 17 UCHS lead at 8:39and Griffin swished hoop with 23 point and joining with v ,
season opener Friday Nov. 30, but points.Before. a 14-footer for Union's last lead- Wally Dilas to dominate the fight for
were edged out by WUllston 83-47! the fateful minute the teams 41.40 advantage the 4-minute mark. rebounds. da
Tuesday night at home to end (their had struggled back and forth. Wllll.for. U 10 II If U "Curt was something" bubbled ,
rTI first week H.ThIit' Willlston led ft-2 early but demons hit Unto 13 14 41- 47wlbao..r elf
r. Baby Tigers test their .500 an eight foot jumper to push Union in .. >..... a.!... traitor 4-.. Union Coach David Rosa. "We got
him a bunch of lob underneathand
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mark front 11.1 at the 1:25: mark in periodone a0.,0 '1.14 WUntM11. pli
: against Jasper on the road he just turned and put the ball in
Simf'J ay night and visit Chiefland's and it was 13-13 at the end of the ... .... CtoMM
ti UNION CO.- t4 OHM all night. I bet he shot well over 70
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jayvee Indians Tuesday night. quarter.The **! Oriffto e. Hflmmt MM M liiM for the "
percent
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built their l- tOTMt D..I9o.
Baby Tigers biggest
The led the end
Baby Tigers 15-11 at
t, VViUistbn 53 Union Co. 47Unton'c lead as Clemons tipped two misses in of
one quarter and with Clemons scorIng
Union Co. 59 Hawthorne 32
.. and Wally Oilas zeroed In an eight
loss to 2-0 WIlliston came nine of the team's 10 points to go
//downed a span of less than one minute foot jumper for a 23-15 advantage. The Baby Tigers got the season off with a defensive effort that held
"i ,;'inUho.fourth period Tuesday night Union led 27-23 at the half. to a rolling start with a 532 Hawthorne scoreless Union's marginwas
thaUnnef chunk of the game being Johnson hit three straight bucketsas thrashing of Hawthorne Friday'nighton 25-11 at the half.
: enough for the JV Red Devils to pull Williston moved ahead 34-31 the road. ". .
ofitlfiewin.( heading Into the final quarter but sophomore Curt Clemons was a r
Even with Clemons big effort the
WttJ ?::i7 to go the back-and-forth '., JV Tigers featured balance with all
gain* was knotted at 43-all. But 11 squad members getting into the
Wtlttston took control via, three Hifliard Drops KHHSJV's 46.32 game before halftime and everybody
altaight hoops and when Union High's scoring. Point guard Lonnie Griffin
, jlbglTomore center Curt Clemons foul- Hilliard spoiled the season opener said after the opener. drilled nine points and Dilas added /
I j with 2:24: to go and the hosts for the Keystone boys JV basketball Sam Sibley fired in 14 points in the rt eight. i
" 1 51:45: the outcome was all but team topping the Baby Indians 46-32 losing cause and Bobby Strickland ad Griffin handled the ball real well. i 4
r d'The: 6-6 Clemons had scored In Milliard Tuesday night Dec. 4. ded 10 markers for Keystone.The He did everything I could expect a
lout J .! ..before his exit, and more im- Keystone led 10-6 after one period Baby Indians play again Tuesday freshman to do," Ross said.
i' had had his way on the and 18-14 at halftime but the hosts night at home against Hastings.Cey.tone Union Co. 15 10 114 It
with 15 rebounds and two outscored the Indians 20-8 In the
Baby
10 1 e 12Milliard Hawthorn 11 0 11 10 32UNION
*hots. With Clemons on the third period and went on to victory. Winning a Board War
[ 4 20 12 4* COUNTY ...,!..... f. 54.s* I. OM., I.OrlHht .
1 0@lUfr Baby Tigers managed "We played a good first half but we ._ W Curt (demons In In
loot mofM mtmMMM 4,OMMK t. M.t t. CMWMM l> f O. t.Mm pictured white Tuesday play against WIIIUliM. won
-one-more field goal that a 17 lost in the second half .1IWey .... .. .. .. ..
momentum < Iaw.'M
our MiM M> I*. Iferacfcw 1. .i CMttOT O wi mont Df the battle underneath In Union High JV action lust week
.. _.
j''' : jumper by Lonnie Griffin who netted and had trouble breaking their MUMIO.MMMHI.. t,_..VMMI t,MiKlifMI MAWTHOHNIImKk. ..MuMklTC. 1 II. ,I.WI The Tiger sophomore hit for 23 points against HawUiorne and bad IK point
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,I J5Polnls! !! press KHHS JV Coach Rich King and 15 rebounds' before fouling out against Williston.

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I ,t :M $. *fdy Tigers Hold Off WillisCon 28.' I



AM"lltdeix. Page McGill and Gall season-opening win In simplified( aa1 second ah'. Made it

Roger bucketed key baskets down terms "It was strictly nothing but a .

the MsMthnion as the Ttgera of defensive game but I'm sure glad we I I/4 14 a .,fall fIla

U High started their girls. basketball won it We pla excellent defense '* **

...... with a 28-24 victory over but the offense Just didn't jell. I think UNKH.C.Ta*......a9.R....was
Will {ton at home Tuesday night Dec. both teams had first game jitters" M..c-d$4/.Wad44 Yea 1 ,> ,"\ A
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lust 23-30 with 4:37 to go when Biddix an easy victory. Attertradingbaskets The Lady Tigers only scored 28
hit an M tooter from the top of the and being behind !M at the end of one points Tuesday lght bat that was

key McCUl popped from the corner quarter the Lady Tigers outscored the enough for victory- thsaks t* a
and Rogers banked a short jumper to Lady Red DevUs 12-0 in the second stingy defense.

give the Lady Tigers an insurmoun- period to open led a 10 point cushion. Applying pressure U wuu.... lathe
table sa-ZX advantage with 33 seconds Biddix who Union with eight picture at right area Page

on the clock points and 12 rebounds and McGill McGUI. BO. 4. Ana Blddls, 24. Gall

"The main thing Is we're 1-0 and not who added six points and snared eight Rogers, II, Kim Crawford pictured

0-1." said Lady Tiger Coach David caroms each had two goals In the tt left, and Debra Alb"' CoII.
Rosa Tuesday night putting the quarter. McGill's baseline shot off th*> a
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BHS Lady Tornadoes opened Mae HaUls came off the bench to MR.Katie M.Williams Tl Fred Griffis Glen St. Mary, also 21grandchildren

THOHAS METALS IHC. their season on an encouraging note spark the Tornadoes In the second Mrs Katie M. Williams 77, died and 20 great

losing to the Gainesville High Lady half scoring a game-high 15 points Tuesday afternoon In the Baker County grandchildren.The ,

Hurricanes by one point 40-39. in a and making four timely steals as the Hospitals body will rest at the residence

Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage game played in Gainesville Monday.. Tornadoes came back from a six Born In Bradford County March 13 of Donald Rosier near RaifoixLfrom;

Dec. 3.First. point deficit to tie the game at the end 1902 Mrs. Williams was member ofSardis Wednesday afternoon until Thursday.

of three quarters of play. Baptist Church. morning at 11 a.m.

Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows year coach Frelda gleaning Hollis scored all 10 of the Tor Survivors Include: two daughters Funeralaervlces will be held Thursday

said "the girls hustled an the way nadoes' points In the final stanza as Mrs Jennie Andrews, Gainesvilleand afternoon (today), 2 p.m., at the

and never let up against a taller Bradford closed the gap to one at the Mrs. Angeline' Hutson. Lake New River New Congregatioinal

Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save Gainesville team.'' end of the game. Alfred; seven sons John R., Brooker Methodist Church near Raiford with

At one point In the first half the Tor Bradford .2. S IS ItG Robert.Henry and Walter all of Worthington Rev. John W. Yarborough poster. of

nadoes led by 11 points but were .lnvlll. 17 14 II 40 Lake ficiating.

Free Delivery unable to hold the lead against the MADKttBtoakse***.......>.,-..lea,_.. Butler; D.J., Gainesville; Roland, Interment will be in the family plot
Hurricanes. T. __ ...4. HeNts I.ML. J. M.iawssa .*.. Creole La.; three brothers Ben in Long Branch Cemetery near Max-
The Lady Tornadoes were done in WIMnin *+$. -., .'.*. tan. _**. TOTALS- Roberts Ft. White; A.M. Roberts villa In Clay County. Funeral arrangements

by a poor free throw shooting perfor :IOAMSMVUs Worthington Springs and Oscar were conducted by John
darte II. ..
.114.1'
Lake Fla. Mm *
Butler. 496-2013 mane In which they hit on only three'I..|-', COT"* .-..... CedWej, ..,.s, p..*..... sa Roberts Brooker; two sisters Phyllis M. Brinkley Mortician of Ma den.
of 10 from the charity strip -. M-i. TOTAUlaMaSVCLASSIFIED Johnson Starke and Pauline MltKlnffnlarwf ny.

Phall- Ca.
r ""FU rar.erv'Ww be held Friday James D. Dicks. .:

Dec. 7, at 3:30: p.m. In Sardis James D. Dicks 60, died in North

Baptist Church. Burial will follow in Florida Regional Hospital in

Elzey Chapel ,Cemetery under the Gainesville from injuries sustained inan
MAY WAVE MISSED THESE
YOU direction of Archer Funeral Home. .. accidentTuesday. afternoon-Dec.,

Born in Bradford County Mr. Dicks

lived most of his life in Union Countyas

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST. Howard Bell 83 a landscapes :,- .
Howard Bell age 83, died In the Survivors include: one sislelc,.)'1rs.

North Florida Regional Hospital in Gladys Asher. Lake Butler; .one

Gainesville Monday Dec. 3. Born In brother Levi Howard Jacksonville;

SUN West Shokan, N.Y. Sept. 18, 1896 he several nieces and nephews.
SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE moved here In 1977 from Klngsland, Funeral services will be hehdrtoday f

Ga. Mr. Bell retired In 1953 as the (Thursday Dec. 6) at 2 p.m.Jrothechapel

Postmaster of the Woodstock Post Office of rcher Funeral Home with

Woodstock N.Y., being appointed Rev James Countryman officiating.

SECTION by then President Franklin D. Burial will follow In ''New Zion

... 1 : Roosevelt In July 1940. A Methodist Cemetery near Lulu. "

4.. he was a member of the Kingston ,
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".'. ; ,,,...,.' ..,,, Lodge No. 10. F.4A.M., Kingston ,.
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',"t,,',.' Mr.Carl J. Scarf _
-" ., ''r;,; Survivors include a son, Byron H.
., M....." 'o>;j;" .
Bell of Keystone Heights; 2 sisters Mr. CarIJ.Scaff. 82, ofRuski .,idled"'

Mrs. Edna Gray of Del City, Okla. Thursday night. November .29.. in
; and Mrs. Flossie Griffin of Ft. Myers Tampa General Hospital after.a.brief

Shop The Sistn'5 Classified section Fla.; 3 grandsons and 9 great illness. .

grandchildren.
Mr Scaff was born In JenningsKgnd/
Private graveside funeral services lived most of his life in. the
.
were held at 1:30: p.m. Wednesday Hillsborough county area. He was a

;.e very day for great shopping values. Dec. 5, in the family plot In Keystone retired construction worker. He wasa

; Heights Cemetery with Rev. David member of the First Baptist Churchof ;

Landers officiating. DeWitt C. Jones Ruskin and a veteran of WW I. ..
.. Funeral Home In of the
was charge
I .., '" :,:, :, .. .' .. .. Survivors include: one brother
1- '" 3;..... .rrangements.5 John Scaff of Lake ; a host
I' ." "" .' .,It; .Ii. ....:-i" BwaligrQ; '....
'of .nd- ..
-. ... It ,111. nieces a'e"b>. -!
.,, Mrs. Mary Blalobry.kl Funeral services- wereheld at
Mrs. Mary Blalobryski. age 91, died graveside Saturday, December'J< in

at the home of her daughter in Elzey Chapel Cemetery In. Worthington

; ACCOUNT ExecutiveNeeded '' AAAM NOW TAKINO _Ie' Oftivctt-fvil limapoanion_. /- Keystone Heights Tuesday afternoon Springs with Reverend Vic-
firm Commission for orowlno only oraphlc trnperlenced art* lions far Cocktail ......... Must IMO for parmanant caraar orlanlod following a sudden illness. She livedIn tor Nickerson officiating. Archer
b. chIc. Earn pass PI chauffeur n
mar moneyImmediately *
t MOIy'motIv..d parson Apply In pw.nonly canaapratarrad. AAA fjMPXOVMftNT. Port Washington New York, and Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in
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ouoht with
background In print'In
..... nlotitlv. Low. LOW pa .
andorephlcs, .. ,. om ManasTrVaTrTy'1.V. > Tarme.aooi of
Call 3n- !??**. Nawbarrv .... lis-ain or came here recently for the winter. charge arrangements.
ACCOUNT EXIICU""E ACCOUPdTANTOPPSCEMANAGES. ain-io NW I3'" st. :*-i44i..
I FEE PAID SMOOONationally Minimum I Vour futur.hi our concern* "7 Born in Poland Nov l,1888 and coming
advertised cepltal accounlMia bookkaeoIno B vrsCollaoa .1 J., >o the United States in 1911. she
aoulpment sales, Local territory. .., DAYLEANERS! !, '. ,
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aMparlanca Bxclt- Mrs. Doris Thomas r. 'Hl
Cell Sue. 373711. Snelllna. National: :ompany need rM '. was a member of the St. Peters
In0 caraar opportunity with National
S. I..d0 Snelllno days Service charoe ouar en- PubUsnlno. Co. Pull IAixHv s nanc cad and i iun all prune to Itandl*of*fcl.houaa.= :I I.,. Catholic Church in Port Washington, Mrs. Doris Thomas age:JM: ;: of
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,' 771.4451 oar $1, .. Route Gainesville died fan:the
ADOOVW.KWYRTOKOt xz INretEOKrsaarra' H. t. Good w. *. hanatlt*.. .' N.Y. t, ,
., ACCOUPITANTf6LL0050E05EE. ..
aplv wllti tottar _.
(For raomar donorst.Be er LPN*; Secretaries for doc.....';*Clark office.Typist Many at Ream III. ravunta 10: Tropic OfP.O.. 0th aaa.or Survivors include 3 daughters, Alachua General Hospital''Friday

Halo Iha a Plasma sick and Pro InluradOonatlons a. _other_DO./iIOn..valiable.. Call Alachua tha County hour*at Cavrlhovvabaltimn 0:70: a..... a5pm > f3._"11"."ft.uiat Irene Hladki of Keystone Heights morning following a long llli1ellS.'Mrs.
nteclad dally v.CPC. Monday tnrouon Prld.V.zrNiAN'Ttrsba5.. eXP..NCED .KN at ..- Thomas who lived between
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International BWoolcal Inc. PtRSONNEiaffltB 372 377 Typist toroutoolna ___ '."nlce.Ma Jean Bialobryskl and Mary Coelho
*SW at SI uVO S.rsan wilt pfs.s1M Gainesville and Brooker was a
v E S. ___. wrtlh minimum. both of Port Washington; 3 sons Alex
771.5517 ACCOUNTSPtCeiVABLBSCCRCTAMV ..__tor tlrm who will alva latter personality PI.ONS.IId of Port lifetime resident of Alachua-County,
5v4.s..1Nficallassw..k Bialobryskl Washington
(acallent typlnaknowledoe ,
exPCRENCEOONLVPlbarvlass cnoopar 0 oalcaat ...11.. ...u.'. .0..ln. full tralnlnaj. Pratar proajran iharp In thalrprocaduraft. hard .._Ione.to- l salary Sun raoulromanfs Charles Blalobryski of Westbury, born Oct. 15, 1915.She was a memberof
operator Supervisor trainee. helpful Oood banefits. -
Nuvo Imknlrles, Inc. 3031 N8Apalysipm .Monday.Friday.t-%. with worfclna W OWtl.paraan Call daftlrlna. 7731111.futuraa. Drawer A.O'vllla.PLP33102.: r N.Y., and Anthony Bialobryskl of the St. Williams Catholic Church
Inn d, Call U4-7O131ar.gl. Snalllna ....,lIn.. Sarvlc Vl"R"IINCID! M.os oii iJ'y Keystone Heights. .., .
Equal Opportunity' Employer1970CAMARO '....ouar anteed*0 days. Cant.r Salan tun local .-.. Smithtown N.Y., and 14 grand
1'i w nu.., to 'P.O. Bo*. M.,Jackapnvilla children. Survived by 3 daughters Mm.Dot
flortde naelM
wit OPCMLINAir. .' Funeral services were held Saturday Ashton of Keystone :
: <<) OOOO. VAN W-a. raaular.' anciMrsnAva
Good body oood tr.n..I..,.... 1 tsieed.101.000.oood condition cylinder sen. air, _._.tc. AM-PM" radio Dec. 1 in the Baker Funeral Mary Ray of Alachua .
5450" Firm WMl.tton. 1.57V4VJVIAacC Call 373a. 3/y-aMp, many tras. tow.fnltos.l't-\m*ncaltontfofconvarslon I Home Port Washington, with interment Kreutler of Gainesville; 2< sons
"71 CAMAttO .xc.l.-nt c ISM AUDI POd, Automatic. alr7 Robert
Thomas of Gainesville and H.
Mon flaw olnt' automatic. air clean. excellent runnln condl'lion '79 CHCVV Van, law mllas, caoTtain In Holly Rood Cemetery
ftl-Mrt tMlt Mj r_.1., "ISOO.3.32i Naw battery, starter, fut chairs, .tilt... '.*.. cr11155, Westbury, N.YDeWitt C. Jones Fred Thomas of Tampa, 1 step-
control V-9 flood INN
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car.
day. 3394: tud n4ft pump rlmn ale. Uioo/basl of- .
lar. C1n '*- 7Mt7e ..atad. r*.ular .... ..to. Call Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas daughter Mrs Enzelle Lee of Orlando -
.....
7is1 15t .va.271-m'
1915 CAPRX CLASSIC: AUDI' "FOX .,.Foao CUSTOM'EED: pA in charge of local arrangements. ;; 4 stepsons Gale, Horace and S.C.
Loaded.s7200. Sunroof air condition. AM/PM'
I (904) *" /.N91.N..40.... cassette. 3D. mpt. &3JOPor best Mcallanl_condition loaded. Thomas, all of Gainesville?and Odell
flar Call wlliuton. .57S3CT3MUST : plush 16100 _1_. .
Thomas of Orlando brothers.
3 Bill
; ,
automallc. air CCu: J77 'a 7 attar S.
1976 CKVETlfAutomatic. .
Y ,
: 'power steering power brake*. A NO II l 4. chocolat*
1 condition brown, four a >> William (Bill Swilley of Gainesville, Paul SwiUeJ of
:.. Craoars. new tires must sell door. oood smeis air. AM-FM. 1966 0fVY PUU Cogdllt
1. .... MM 3/**>u. student snoo 37a-4ssa after ':30IVeCMEVETTfl vlnvl top custom Interior naw Tampa and Carlos Swilley of WUflnvBeach ?
R.15 1. .
William Claude
Ors Nwp e.dV-
7i' 'a* 660C.E lira*.oreet_lion. 52'''. CogdilL 41. an umpire
cbKONfif. slant
:" {. enolna, recant tuna.up, oood door hatcn beck. air automat.Ic J73HO43 Plane.anytime 1100- '7rsaaa-1Ra1C0-370-_ for local Softball leagues for ; 3 sisters, Mrs, Bertha StfiUey;
'-? l/ moo, automatic/ radio heater. Ic, oood condition S37OO neootla '16 AUDI I'O".or conditioned. H._ ...... of Alachua. Mrs. Susan
i' .. > ollmt cleancondlltAn. years died at his home at 730 S.
t. *J 9 34aa bl 3M7. aflarnoon 4.ave* fuel Inl..II_. AM PM '.dl.. many
1T7I '7e CAMAP.O 0-n.man. Michelin tI.... Midas loaded.....HMO :J7SIO01MAAfJOCttjVtSMNTS Ave. in Palatka and Mrs. Pauline Ttlim"of
OOOGE DEMON. *lanl a. av muffler. O.Y5, '13-.273. _. Sparkman Orange City
,...
usn.HCMw brake, need* der, flood mp., new tune uo. exterior. Sold' .Interior Tampa, and 12 ? : |
\ ,' lire lo pel Insapclad,SJM, com bv end ,** any day, II: .00noontoiopm nnatlculously serviced, Selllnp F3fi0 I PICxLRath' Born in Knoxville Tenn., a former ;
> :I JM$73a. .$43ooorbstotter for.for more space.,IJl .._. XLT.70.IO"d.d....... Starke resident and member of Funeral Mass was at 2 pih: ;>Sim-
.
7sa-A NW Is Terr student aifP attar 7pm
.. tons cOld ilOn.$1710 -.s1. Madison.Street Baptist Church Mr. day Dec. 2, in the St. Williams
,",' BYOWNtP.3tlNVrllITarr.: Catholic Church with tM'pastor
Cogdlll was active with Starke ,
."*" 3 *". I...**. "**.nwtar.
Father Michael Williams
,,.;. B* E!llvmp =i--: f TO M acre ton mtwun O'vlltolar 1 Jaycees and Athletic League. He was ,officiating
sq,ft cent E A1.ePrkN ln .! Deland Auto Parts on A Christian Wake will be at 7:30 p m.
,
'Jc' air ullllty raom pool wood ,:
.
67.350 as wM
%
lance: Mart. assumebl. at r *%. East Dowry Avenue having moved to Saturday In the chapel of DeWitt:C.
-,377.03:13.: 315.E"'UT'FUL. -..... f AC*** CONCaE'C1iiac.. M>tar mcOt<. ham*.sully $11,005 Deland four years ago from Orange ,
.i', '. Carts I_1 444 spotless I em.utlfullv with stucco on I.... '10' s :no- wtm-tKMocliK.CMt City. Heights. Interment will be In
;, 1 b.h _. .... wooded lot In iemlnola Ntdoa
landsprinkler Newnansville ar'
., .d.v.., "/ arsD.d yard wan svsh Subdlvhilon In Melroea wilt Lass N Acass M/w.N10oNwelN. Survivors are his wife Linda Gail; Cemetery; n<
", A "W' tun.' ser .n.d ps mm'i." Santa "Pa accau. a .. 1 bath _,. _. run tr__. his Mr and Mrs. Claude Alachua,
parents
I and Iw1by warkanao.Fltchaq llvlna/ room dlMnai,room family .'061._..... .:
i' R.sW. Bui War .roam.. with tI,__.Salts_ ,kltcltHotpolnl ...._ .... Cogdill of Starke three sons, Roger
.
.
........ .oWpp with 0.5 tablet Mike Ass.c/40a
,
Macv..v o.p" EALTOR77473
,...._..... with Ic. K_ Itaalfv .4 A/...... c-.. and William.Jr.. both of Orange City;
> .""NO NEW 3 ... a .. ssoo Larva........pantry..I."w., .double"., .Nra.....,.. niHKALToit.altar Maw'WOM1raMa .*rMIMI -771._ and James of Great Lakes Mich; a .Mrs Fannie Williams
_
Maur will hold Vinol and laundry room _...... llnlaa) daughter Sharon Cogdill of New
.111. Mrs. Fannie Williams
mwto.N. LOTS
caunlry WM ,1- wlndav and.... of Lake::
>, ._. N..O.rry 473344.J ..... .Uldlna doarvwllti aced "_ .5.1. Orleans. La. three .
pump Already flnancad. '."... *... f,_.. _to 1sm.S51ewe0. _. ; stepdaughters Butler died Saturday afternoon
.
U A no c latino '* tsar c..... ._. Mrs. Charles Tucker of Deland and ,
.
} .J... ,. v OWNER'sAc.d I. Mum...nth scr.al palc/l .n A.C.IIO... .U.LOIUt 31 > December.rI in Alachua GeneraL
',.j :\1 K:'",' /0R' ..a I Ic,Asaml"o'r.a i.to7.N0 1 o.uIlanl o,., Ii,. and NW I0c.tln.cla 137.000.a toUvoocMno. FOUK 475-.12.. .s 41527$5wo battiwith dewn Nr.s/.=Oath 3Bpar.r11n FI51* ,S5montTidN3t slX 5 'Jv.or. Sandra Faye Cofleld and Tammie Sue ',, Hospital jar Gainesville after an ap-,

"" 5 1" Ono.150 y.//bias Rd 774-7,97 C.II'.(...sod1Y. tplit floor plan. _...: Cofield. both of Orange City; two parent. heart attack.Mrs.'Williams .
i a11\ 1'1'\t,. 6F3WNTi3iincT" ROGtR5 .e"'LT..e..lTO.S llylnp. room. dMm room and a S acre.field I acres wads.=. brothers.. Lee of Starke and Gene of
.
< ; \' .' .VOWNC: 3..I"I..c. family room wtlh flataMtan .. Stream Wat Pd. next taly. >uv.. was bom In Colum-
'2,; 4.1 whoa.eany.Nn p.!.'Nw.bsc5vad.Naar L1m.w.ad I,.. atr ...... 1140 fa.dm. N _. Mac*and Individual board s.rr5-fir _.SISCRklty.v.l.M5/swt.5.51 Mlddleburg; four sisters. Mrs. David bia County and lived most ofJner.Ufe,
tas II: X,4' ._._. In /N d.wR
malar 5* M.MOoupta
? 'f, !i WA00.775-1a7a.Hr wyg 1
-.e. Lawson Mrs. Hall and Miss
4 tar.ppt :IOCWNllllOor.3"r.oS.: *.San....-..Inc.M Jerry In the'Lake Butler Communityrsie
771351Ora. : Terrle Cogdill. all of Starke.and Mrs. was housewife and widow of the la
t
"I'. 'CABPRIT, Cold brown Ions) '.7 w-...'=.writs$110. =rid 4"dws.Ly.Nal .. John Judd of North Carolina and one Perry Williams. She was a memof
',' *, M so. yards. Color doawl grandson.
alt* *M* raMrtlfiavOrtaan Naw the Baptist faith.
tonvatctt .. ..... \
mry Alan artin. *aa tn Tra hol
31-la,07. _..,1.or4O3> tan, I/..a/at_.r<:50 5>10. ,". Funeral services were held Saturday Survivors Include: three da giateni
g ,' ',.cKZTpi.....J.1441d. _.... daUd ,1ft; BTCach'wliti. yv. %.a. I.' of Dec. 1,in Orange City with Rev. Mrs. Edna Crews of Olustee.
.. Mrt.
covet .. _
amctaMMaca
*** &::1. sparer Jack
; I tail ba k.S3OO" aacM,7/1.4092. _. tl" Ir_ .... COlI 37. ..t P Mabry and Rev. Ray Teston off .Faye Trowel of Lake Butler and Mr*
,CHi4-i d< M Penn tM.n *'!.'* '..\.,/'adyn I ficiaUng. Bernlca Conner of Lake Butler KUu5
___ ______ Ann INN back solid oak. dMa Chllart.wva. W.M'Id .11CMn .Tr : !
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k 1 SCAUTI UC DtMta wnlna laMa. S30 each Call 37 affrtCNCST . rafriowaMr. 3145.t cawal. -.r' sons Leo and Buddy Williams both a
natural color wrim tianitouea Ot1 CIPAvVcikS.}. 1.'ill laraa. ased tar $$ MMtCHINA. r' ) Dundee and
r and US Solid walnut oat. rip,, Ca117409402 a1Nw 150. Mrs. Griffls Tommy Williams of S?;
/I tand ta ?v ft f ISO. 3 cuMonof Vaner Roster 80
217tr a.ell wtMla namianyiJa paean ,fabta.SSS Lars old coder cnest. TKvtCB. iez'IsueluMs. .. Augustine;; 27 grandchIJcIren"n40lt:
wood trim. $150.0.11314-73 1. m Calt37S.aMlaTtar4'3*. **' aval m ha aM ', Mrs. Vaner Griffia Rosier 80, of
.grandchildren. .
'Cnoftt at drawer pafnled,1 1 =a.d *taaw g
i 1 BroS.! 8fDSl EfDS! drawer.. .r' hli*, solid waad" __ twM Mn tlSi..laraaiMnvr 4" RaIford died Monday night I in. a Funeral services were heldjionj
's. .. 3D.Celt In.lat> *tram.*M| Gainesville "
Now oc_ .._. 1573 after 1 Iff cat "' Hospital.
.__. day. Dec. 3 in Archer
Haw Ou. n.l.a 50> 1100Na. bIN cabinet. rnaneoanK. J1HT: .iufcaot' anar rca f A member of New River New, Funeral Home
."Pn4-1/N ado $10r r bod canopy frame. '1S' C Uor ''f V. ii F r1att4a TV. .. of Lake Butler with Bro Harry Wlfl
Maw TWMNWM9 W .Mirror. ootdad loaf fr*na sax ..*. Vacuwn cHanar*aar ONy. /. I Congregational Methodist Church .
'.1 was V*PRICE DOING Hitchcock chair.s".IJO.oUr1.: ..'. aM we..| __ $131, and Reverend Don Hutchen x>(t
5't '!6 >.>.M. MaM.....'. If '>..;;," .1v'- Cod p.-,_. Mrs. Rosier was the widow of the late' floating Burial followed In NewJUoS
I k-MM PI a'. Carlos Rosier.Survivors .
1703411 67A7/M. ......,runt .i. _1..A '..,' ", .include" :, .two sons_ Cemetery near Lulu. Archer Funeral
.",., ,.; Home of Lake Butler
was In charge of :
Shelbert B. Starke and Leo
Rosier.
-Inter.ested: ( : more information? o,' ODafn 1e \ Rater Sanderson; five daughters. arrangements .....r S"
iIFtLir ti '
i in ; .un:> ':; \ Mrs. Mary Lou Andrews Mrs. Mar- r.. ,' :Y,Shadow" :Czt: :p

placing a classified ? :tUlie Thornton,. Mrs Geraldine Boxes ;'
; "**' N'- The Of flee Shop .2A4
: Anderson all of Raiford. Mrs.

I, :. Call 1-372-4222 i .. ., ,, norene Shadd.Lake Butler,and Mrs. W.Call8t, ; ,, t ,

; ..:..;.;. ", ,. 0'\, ,; '! ;'. .. < ..... ,I, Marie Thornton, Starke two -" 7911.3111, .. l '

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pf;...ure wathr ?lawnmowert .RtOUCC tAFl and fait with MACHINE bon Lak. *. unfurnlthed.2bedroom. tbath.coitiedrol .. 'WANTEDUGlIiID SERVICES 4:JOOO PRICE .PAID for used New. r vM. 1 WE BUY AND SELL PECANS

tlllert. Clt".rClateNn. Go... Tablet and C-Vap SINGER FUTURA celling. gorog mobile horn.* If mortgage lilt $59-.9|( sat!.'$I".", daily. Wolnwrlght Pecan

tool, auto. bnd cohttructi water pill*. Andrews Pharmacy On. ol Singer' fist (ton* flreploco, $300- per : PHYSICAL WU'S SAW BHOPi. Completehorphlna : I*3/4 paid or more OtIN'S 8.I2 lltr $399,99 ole Co. Stark" Farmers
n KIYSTONS' RENTALS 12/6 4)pd 12/27. model. Ooe all ttllchet Month. Weekend. 473-2473. THERAPIST Immediate ". (Wrvlt\" *, clreulor MOBILE HOME SALES. $249,95.: Phone I.77B4227 Market. 11/22 3tchg 12/6
Hwy, :J1 North. G.'ln vlll. 964-5606 7
In andsuundi8 hand "eorhidn, Open day
opening "
Mal
without/ attachment < 269-9009. Jo!*. TFchg I 10011 In tll. BlkletBooklet .
473-2975: TFchg\ CASH FOB aOlDt Sterling Clay 3tchg.: E(4 \ ar< 3.3 chain; mower blade hollow weekly TFehg"
hemsmnAgramE. eKp.gra4L
:CttR SPRINGS 2 BIT. 2 both.cere buttonhole; blind 1213,{ 1220puppy. FINClNOi All, kind*, hog "A* A Thorn
J.w.Iri, diomonck cotndrtTy ;mAU if .. .....i.... ... .-New.-. | > cOndvapT round and) balanced. I VANTIDt Mobil. home axtMtranaifretrWIII welded barb .
-IiL1W.d.! "Itm defIt.. -- :::- : :::::: f : wire, wire>' Goeth Up" SI.BS toII.
!: : : f ar.paod. :: .. :: ; .
-' 'Q I : FOUND' Sat. maT* --.Q: iti ; : ; """ :I rF' : pick up.OUNS
chat. Sold 'for$579. p.m. .
chain link
of land. Only. $97$ .tc. new wire wood : tumlnotor. P. O. Box992,
ihrii fiertotrle Phone Stork MOBILE HOME
Keystone
t hom* 'anywhere. Mr. Rlttmam lab/greyhoopd Supply **r
clown md poymemt.under/ Bolonce $ $4.1O or $13 per Mftf Ire. ettlmalet MANNING Ocoe*. Ft*. 32761. "/22
37570341' interview. Htt. SALIS. 964-5W6. 7
: TFchgALCOHOLICS. Open
475-1089,2/1 tfnchg.LAKI block, 'with collar, no ,
$225 month for qualified month Will I tak* older fIOg fl/97ctq,1. $ ''ANONYSEOLISI day a west TFclig FENCE CO., ...73..22.K..t 4tpd. 1213"hWOOOt

buy.r. Only' one, I"'. Call: lotS FOR SAlEiKeyitone mochlne at partial payment.For take Geneva .fw. l'M.w 4.2"'itt.. Salary'fUgGtidbICl : '. ,... c:MSH' FC1 COINS Cold, _. TFchg I Pinewood with
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Bob' Harrl, 964-9533 or Height free, horn trial and 473-21M.tfnchg. .. .10/11. \ ...''- Phone Phone 94rSI4or 9644O2. .liver. tterllng dental HAY Bahla or Aflt)4u) .onikiually plenty of fat. Alto, young
3.3133".5.. 3 BR. :2 both Beautifully wooded lot art deliver-) coil credit ;nanaQef' $'.61ct-F"'Clrk. Nursing' 'l'Fcht :I'' gold. OF scrap jewelry' optical cutting" .fff/V; tteld .o* -hor..*. Phone 9645617.)
alo available/ I 11/29$ clear, Kind bottom 111.; ... collect 9043764467. tfr DSADlINf. for" clci.*.'.l4odvertltlng .
Stchg <<: Ham*. ltch$ "/oTIXAI aIMooILtHO'IUIIDIHO., frame, etc. J.R. Bull.Ington born *ol From 74 r 11/292tp4 126CANCELLED
12/13 Good:termt of discount for 11/29 \t\ the Monitor' I I. I RCriMERY CORP offer RIPAIWt New" 'thertt. 964-6350 after 9:30 bale vp occordlnn to j XMAS
.KEYSTONE CLUBi Executive, coh. '1 to S acre* with; nice AMERICAN HCtON BINGO Tuesday at noon prior TFc" .oJlolI. ..
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I IENTYYOF; MONEY both, family room* M ,home.. 3 BR 2 bath den tree*overlooking$ lake from Highway 21 north, Saturday the Thurtdoy .IttU* ,Ih. od' I* I plus cash\ bonuses, fringe block) -..-.... Fireploc' t IBID CHRISTMAS $,.,.... ...:621,. TFchg. Electronic 2000 sewing

.,flr.plac*. :? car garage. $3,500, $500 down,$50 7 p.m. and Junday .'2 p.m. to appear. Cho o..I In benefit, to -mature Individual tpeclolltn. OrlHl, ;Con- MONEY* Cash for oak SKI BOATi 16 ft, llvergla*, mocfilne, 'The belt model

; Prr 1500 *q. It: Walk to month" Commercial on Public Invited rfnchg 10/18 clottiftedl. should 'alto be in Stork area. .tructlon.;. Phon* 47: -21Of. mahogany and wicker. furniture 73 boat. 74 Mercury 65 HP Singer """' .*. Need. *a-

golf cour.e/ Paved Itr.... 'Sr-21 North available. UPHOLSTERY Reoionabl mod prior to .th.. noon Regordlei of' experience, C, 473-7578.- TFchg old glawar and ,,engine, fJC lor-tlli. katIe) ?. ,. .. mean W take over pmt*.
VA--no money down FHA Owner-Salevmon. 473-4379. price 473-2032. 4tpd 11/15 deadline, writ AtTjli.01"' Pre*., BIRCH. IPM PUT CONTROL other antique. Call collect $'.5004 Can "' ."64 day 117 month or pay balance'
... only $1.950 down. Choot '8/22 ttnch.FOAtI. 12/6 Te..a* /REUnory, Corp., BOM SRRVICtS OP PLAl :920 N, 284-9731 or 264-0656 12/6 or 4311640'after ':00 .p.m.. 0f $487. Original price)

,our' ; own c lor. Bob Harris 'Two ocr.. onSR'IDO FOR Alt Goroge door. FORSAlSt Quality Storcroft 711, Fort';:;Worth. Te.a* T.Mpl. Ay*. Phon 4tchg 12/27. TFpet '" ,. '$990. Will take trad.

,11)2) 473-3133 12/13 or 964-9533.: ,neor, Keyitone 9-foot. 2-glat panels, four pop>up.omper.. Sleep '..2 t410.kt2/6.. ,...w.. Houtehold pt CHAINmaterial.. LINK IiNtl', Phone 964-8912. 11/39

.. SR: 31 Bt 3tchg(xt.neon, Privacy.'. Height$300, down, $6J.88' yar'* old"goad (hop*'. $75.: |**., 'tove, ilniiv" :.' ",' SEWING and termite. M/8 MACHINES TFchg ,, :,,Do1t ,your.*,lf' Ttchg ",2/6 ,

'Only 20' minute to per months Phon. 4734058or Bob fdwardti, 475-2612 :or' rfrlgerator. hatr ,: IPAIREOl AII moke. .nd' sav.. "rn.tallailon ::$lIVltlALlTlMSi BuHet. kit'che. -

Gainewilleexit Speed. 473-4367 alter 6 p.m. 3/29 4733440. llpd.12/6.' corpetocT. S2.4OO. Keystone "Cleaned. olleJond>! ... HOMES available, rVeee tlrnate cabinet d.....,..

villa- Rd. to SR 21 Into 12/27 prf. Height > 4732910.. tfnchg FORRENT |Jutt.d. IIP.Work>>| HandvMon. ,F....,.," C*. ;gas Water*, chair pony
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.''to... 4 model ,,10 WORK WANTEDt Hout* GARAGE SALI Frdoy| and ...'.O<" guo;et,.."..., .,lame* .FOR'SALE' 964. S59i TFch'gWAtBON't camper trailer, many other.
:ho .
$1 tOO down appliance. In. bull' pointing room oddtloni !- toward Stark, Camp .1". MASONRY WORK* Block. PALMS APARTMINTJ, .Furnished Rd. and Hwy' 16'frchg: 'Mony,''brpndu.. Stork. December J 'thru

-eluded If you, buy before1Chrittma tcreen porch. **. etc.no mokol.. Rood; Handmade brick tone. SpeclalUtng In' afflclenclet and f OFFICE MACHINE...RIPAIRr I HOCK HOMES f from $22,923 ot; new vocuMrnt.(,Uted1 ',10.29 21pd I2'6

*. Bob Norris, ..f. |ob 'too mail. Mi...'*. and baby Hem) book, etc. ; fireplace., nw or rebuilt.No BR opt*.., weekly or mon Phone '964. Ot: 'Storke .to $47,984.' CH/A, w/w machine* ovollabl, Part t YARD' SAts Saturday In

fordable Hornet-- 964-5533 moll repair, 473-3997-day, 4737137.- 'Itpd 12/6. l job 'too large or fob thly.. NEW FURNISHED pickup and delivery." 1/JS .carpet, electric rang. 'livtulated and 'occ e**orle. 'fer .all front of Bradford Former

:c473-3133.; 11/29 3tchg .or ."".2803. alter 9 p.m. smalL Call 473-3841.. (inchg' STUDIOS monthly only.' 4pd12/6. window, manyother vacuum, lyitem*. 4104 ,NW Supply., :301 South: Toy.

12/13 ncKa 8/23 .FOR SALt Kecllner, gold '.10/25 2313 N: Temple. Star.... BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK .""'0'. Built on your '10th Ave.,. Calnetvllle! ,, bicycle. radio., furniture

FOR RENTi ICo! bt..wld. Naugohyde, excellent tondltlon. :r .. .1)?.;' ., A i: .' ., TFehg I--\\ SERVICE Bradford r* /ldetv own Jot': Rurat financing p"-n..376-7UO." IFchg I 't'nll' eUaft .
'fnob'ie;\) horn, compl.t.Iyfurnlsh.cI FOR $ALI, -Firewood $40 $23 473-3395. Itchg .KITCH.NlTt.St On. ,.BRaportntenftfr tlot pumpbut.'4S. 'Com available., See our model BAHIA HAYAV.Mlna I ,AKC: CHINESE PUOSt 2 Fovrnfemale
long wheel bate pick.up. 12/6. CARPENTER pool TV. ACulilltle mercial end industvlolful-. f.nllsed.'kond'964.607)tcchaI."r\
in Sunrlte-'Trailer:: WORKr 'at 12875 Normandy Blvd. highly IdeOd Chrlttmot"gift .
'' Cut spilt and delivered.. kitchen 'included. Totally ly llcentedj ..*.hon.964'flI21..TfdQ \ ; .w.... '
;0,1\ $200 plus utllltlet. ;Remod."ng.c" '' Ja k. nvlll. Phone ;:: *, :.6 Chrlttmot.IJ5
"1-|22t. llchg f2/6' '. ,';. Phone 473-2833 after 5 p.m. WHOLESALE AUCTION! cabinet and trim co.,......... furnlthed.VWeekly.' .: mon 387-4981, Hallmark'Lelture !BRIC-A-BRAC :: .IHOP'Iitisf, !; $ '.I.CJWf.V't' 782-3046?
thly rate TEMPLE MOTEL. UNCONTEITED
.: ": "\ ,2tpd 12/ -12113 Every! Atondny;? p".n> Hwy., Reatonable price Call EdDempsey PIVORCBt Home 12/69tchg 1/31. opening! Hwy21Ne'ffi'of.: 1ktost 2/6. ,' '.
limit 880' N. Temple Ave,. $85'plus| tO.t';' Allen'. .
I 17 north ot city ,
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FO'ft'SALE' ot 473-2477": J MOB41B HOMESs .Keyilone: Htaj.f4Mictj ,FEEDER PIGSi Ph .
Pulpwood +trudc' rfnchg Stork Phone 964-7357 Boldwtrw.0ttwn ,. 409 1/2.: Why' pay ( gs
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'! V'/lr>= GREAT fOR CHIIISTM"'SI.'Con.ol. palatko. Public Auction. 1/1. y r.1' Buy 'direct; from toe- plaque doll-' :'Indian 964-6528. 126.2chg
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fon. 1959, GMC. 800.. and 9/20TFcho> St., John* Ave., Potku.Fle.Phonv325.754. $ -
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with 8-track, '
itereo Friday. 7 # I ,
tall alter S p.m1. 473-2261... every .m4' \ MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 111.15" 'tory. large election of 24; Jewelry'', otherttem, "\ 121.3' -i, t.,
.: : hpd'12/6.. .6".28",7". 'Ilk 'n.w. every 51#,,<<10" 7 p.m.' : WHOLESALE Audio'NIEvery HOME PARK mobile hornet Atpdl9/6 : 14. 12 wldo*, COMMUNITY. Phone: iyjOTOJ.i 7>26" VA.oi..L.'. Dec. ,8.8: t'4'' ,. -

\,' .. .' '. .$100."?3--p504-: Itchg 12/6 Everyone .welcom. \-4tpd'' ,- Thursday 7 p.m. Tool. 'end spaces for rent. ,Phone REPAIRS RtMOO LINCV.AO- .MOBIIS: HOMES SALES US TFehg' ; v"Hi .rt.$ 'r w.'Hwy( "; ).. PIns,

FOR'SAKt Baby crib ond.. 11/22-12/13, c. ": *,Grocerlet-Noveitlet-Toy..' ''I 468-2912. TFchg CHTIONSi. |ob'too large 301 North, Open 9,to dusk 'GIT YOUR tOI""-,. fe'I! "arm*:,' Clot et,. ceramic,

,;", air.ss. ',$43; ; 9'x9: : ptny'pong' 3-PAMILY YARD SAlEt FurhllurorlBppllane "aritI'i; : help> for .Electronkt-Dlthet-Mexlcarl TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY!. I .,or." too moll. Fjreplocet,' .. ..V ; to A Sunday. Phone i Bradford CouttlV! Telegraph '."t'lt. *."lrchg \l/b.r\;'.'
/ 'table'wttri"\ oc.*.-\\ **, iporting WANTED GoocI.l3165.E.': Hawthorn* troom' *.fflctoncy'ond alsoI..plng .kit<"he>r';.tll!. WAD&1EHR.CONSTRUCU .' ......741'). TF

bunk 'bedt' maple tplndl, collectoblet- much at Lake Geneva.. Phone ': 4tpd Com to Under- 7823973. J/29"TFchfl, new. Insulation and panel I In. the office.' :'J35 VV).Call ..South St>*ett, Stark.

:. $IOO: mop!.. double b.d ->mor. Sat;, Oec;. 8, 9'a.m.5 i 73--4361.- ,2tchq 1.1129.)26.FOil 11X2312/13 ,, .wood Motel.' 1! 3Vt mile REGISTERED; NURJEl ing.'New wiring and plum. St. Don't, !"I.* oUt on'"I hre.fomlll.t, llpd 126.
p.", Two-tory haute or North of Stork on US ;301. .Newborn, tpeclolltt, now UiuerYov'll' ;
omplfte'., book ca.* spill, k'ita4yvQ' AC..Jqasonoble.Phone .geVtiOI page -CAMPER, :TOPPER for long -'
.
ille! $65. 'Pho",. early morn. corner ot Polmetto and SALE Model 90 Clio. FOR sAil: Two handmade TFchO.1.\!. ?', acceptintfrttervonsnt 'ot 964-5576, 1 1/ 1 of 'pure,Bradford<'County. 4..hI.Ibasq .truck. Like :
I Irtg alter 6 .475-2259,''. Oriole across from KH tlon uteamcleaner. 100 p.'l. crocheted No'col GARAGE AND OFFICE' family day .cor., opening TFchg. hlttory lr'oniy$1.YFpd' ftelli.' $..00. Phone
or afghan
p.m.
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<. i itchg.12'6.I ,iibrOfY.'l.chg12/6; good uted. $750. 4752259after :: leet'coli.*. 473-2583.: Itpd SPACE Par fnt. toon. Very Young infant FOR SALE BY OWNER 24x63doublewlde tlMWOCKl .20 ,lpIk..m .. %964-71972 I llpd t 12'6. :. ,
: : 9645261. or' 964-6112. only, Just North of Lowtey, "
Jood MUN .1..' ,
6 p.!". Itchg,12/6- 12/6 mobile ham. 'lonly. YARD ,SAlEc.Saturday. Dee .
'. '; ,"1'': (' ;., STARKEt TFchfl9t honie lot Off 301. Phone' 7823949.. Orf 3 2/3'acre* with 800 ft, TAYLOR; towt.y.?. _. New rent..unsa'.saysakay "
ltcho'12/6 '
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---- l/II'iII--/ .IIII'IIII/IJ.--!!' / \ : .;:;; ; to 1at. ..: ... ..... ..ooilU-:$:27.500.! Phone ,V\ ; .m'U 'Wett.of Morgon Rd.: I II
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7- ROUND OP
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.:. _. 1'-- .J":". ''for 6 mot; to o ,ear. 3 BR. 2 964-B: 95Tl/ TFchg HAYt-Sli ;iawov.prlon. lays, I
_" bath brick veneer located '; ONE' YEAR OlD HOUSI with each '''ho"*' 'Atup" 'doh'Xma| Item, much I
::: cARS& '
, ; '- UminCunty' IIIIIIIIJI'I'I'II""I"l Irt exclusive Saratoga Htt. ,3 BR, 2' bath deck Oo.klot, 787-3"40".r 'more ''Several' "lomllikt, m.
.. : ,,: "'' 7H2-349' :r'chtii\ ''' : 'IV'\'ir\\ \> *1 \
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.OR.5AI.Et'\: I Affordable Hornet. : energy .erv.n. 9.) Ocr s' ,
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: TRUCKS
.,'" ,, < : 964.9539. Paymonf ',$325 Ponds posture, electric CANI h.II".4f"h: n. pA.G'I. ,SAL', Friday. 9 to. : I
:: vXftD SALE ['Three, family: : .; "'.. 'mOnth. Minimum 6 most fence.. Phone 964-6741. 964-S6I7', 11,25' .fka t : -5 -p.m.. ''Saturday' 9' to 131 E: I

:,1'-Friend Sot.. Dec. 6th and 'FOR TEXAS REFINERY CORPS offer lea... Special' deal, if you OWNER MUST SILLs 1976 ',' 1/22 4tpd 12/20 )2/1' ., :.. ::0oo0').I ..::,'02 N.Wetlmortlond .
RENT its 'morks. fot CHEVY ,Luy Pickup ''red; < PORK CRAMFIOi' Buy: Stark..
':;Vlh'< JI50 S.W.'Ist T.ttoc.\. 'PERSONALWANT !PLENTY OP MONEY plus or new ..' FOREST HEIGHTS 4 mil ,
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..'Bohfnd Powell .Trailer.Park. cash' bonutet. fringe horn. Colt, the Hom" Arranger wttK topper. cylinder.. North toward prison 3 BR/ direct from 'fo>m.' 'Killed,, ,<. New,tubdlvidon. off Pratt

'Hour 9-o.m. "0' S -, FURNISHED' rent. In HOUSE Lake:,For Butl.t.rJ.coU tale. SERVICES benefit 'to- motur, Inoreo. Bob< Harrli ;38,000.".nr mIles.condition.At."c.$3200 e 2 bath. Only $1000 down. cut and'wrapped. 1St" lb. $t:,&flock' for tlgnt. Hchg. '

p.rrKUnlett.. roln. 12/6 or ::"': .: ----.-.- -. ..-.....---, '-96. .!533ThOROM'TRA1S1Wr: 112'l."tt hlll'12/ ::::-fIr:: M ,. uJHmCrday.. from dretied 'Wight,; 'tqn'183.363t \ I2J6.HORSISi. -
--.lipj'jii' nT-T-r-Mi.rrr". "94-28"2..12/6 tin chg. SANTA TO TALK TO Regordltv *x> across ureet f from post of- approval' data. Special. )3etpJJ22' '. .. Two gelding .one4uartrhore
perlence, writ A T. Pate, $ISO month $100 damage financing available, Affordable 96" SOFA ANO, ,$WIVn one quarter.
TWO BEDROOM MOBIll YOUR CHILD' Hove your fie* -In ,Brookr, Phone I I
>. SEWING MACHINE HOME, on. bath on V/2' child or you writ to Santa ,Pr.,.. Texa Refinery Corp,, dpolt. Couple ;only.Phone' ...a$*1259.,TFchg Homei, 531 W. Coil, CHAIR. Blue, fo m.robber'., : .horte>.thoroughbred mi I..
'.,. SINGER FUTURA ocr.' of-'lond. $100 per telling him whet he or she Bo.r 11 1. Fort Worth Texo' .964.761929' 964-8614 12/6 or WILL TAKE AUTO OR TRUCK St.. 964-5533.: IK 29 3tchg excellent ,condltieiS700, : ,. .. Both ,?' year old.' .Price-. I ,

0 'On. .of Singer' finest.modei month. .flr.l and tail In ad- would like, ,Telf Santo 76101. t2/6:1tchg.:; KINOUEY' lAIC II'tfchg Cupleicapartment 'ot port of.'down poyment 1113kOBERH for both AUarwellcVtedofa ,; ; negotiable. Stark. J I

; ; '*. Doe \'all ttltehe*, '. vonce.. No pt*. No tome fact about' your : lurnlihe !''Without attocrimenti,Moktit:, chiId,./), .14 mil*, from .child ((2 name limit) and INSURANCE bedroom, 'lokelronl.:Phone .Iand or; our*. lOb Horrlt, .- .Wet toward prlioh. One both, Call 9646484 alter 6 '.PIREW000PORAtEs ", ten )

tr.buttonholeblindhem*) Worthlngto Post Office Santa will talk to kid on d. 964,7788 night. 12/6'TFch.' 964.3J33, If/29 2lcfrgr 1J/6 acre ."01.. 3 BR. .2 bath p.,... IfpdJJ.fc-: ; ,):!.... ,, pickup!: .load. $35. AI.... \. '
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j'! monogram, stretch :,tlt- ., Highway 18. Breaker Road cattetfee tape of Iheirvery .MAINIJ INSURANCE AGENCYt FURNISHED smell 2 BR 1973 ,OOCXJE ,-PICKUP 1')4'. I fireplace. Payment a* low QUAKER ", KIOSfNCHEATER )! < tamper for IWB Pickup.. 4. I

,etc. Soldnew, for$579. rail 4962308. 12/6 tfn chg. own. utlng their .60 5. Lake Ave,lake hou>.. married coup!. en. ten 318 engine' monual,8 o. $240 month for (Ike','"... wilh, f*. .hlah? lISO.-Con b* keen .

fuBalortrje $"" of $13 pr IIAIIENLOTOn' SR121. 2 ,name*; "'C. S.nd. $5.00 Butler, 4963978. Complete_ ,I ly. $13' mentis 'S* wrltydpoil. ply. ,Ir... -See ot,: Hlpton't, QUALIFIED BUYER. Not! 3 blower, clttuloto"d/; "of 368 N. Oler'ry St. phone' I
month. Will fake older, mile* out of Lake Butler. If (Extra pome, $1 each)with Inturonce Servicei'.TFN '...54.r. lt Ng' &arogu.. Key t tone,,or coll' other plan available. Sea humidifier. $"0, ,': Coll9645683 '., <* 695r."Ifchg 13 6.

jmachlne ot partial poymenf. 'Interetted call" 496-2953 name ond octdre.. to: Son EVERYONE 115. .INSURAIlEi 1/6.. 473-4032- otter 6".m.' ;7/6\tehg. ta Clout. C/O Holiday Kid BEDROOM COTTAGE SELL. S700JTFpd ; '12 '6. : ;;, f.| M. Inboard Out '
) 'FeH'. .*, horn trial'' ovid" .'612; L.k. .Immediate coverage by: THREE VAN todoyi Affordable Home 1< ; rcury. .1
Talk.P.O. Bo > USHER Crystal -Lk. Fornithect .1915 DODGe CUSTOM. 13 ACM ,ARM: with hou.!': -boord; Encellenl condlHort ]
i- ; Ntlli.ry call credit;manager phono; JOE ;, 'ort : 53f W.'Coll St. 9645533. *: .
t.,' collect ,9043764467tfrt; ; ; MARY KAY.COSMETICS .. Butler, ,le. 31054." 11/6. .OENCV.96.2U. o-l' :.odult.. no pet*. $235'man'Ihly. 6 cylinder..,. '''r;. .AM rroof.SJ300. /PM.. .Jl/293tchg\ 13 trailer on lonJ'Ter' ,.'pecon Ofe f on''-gas. $1000; or \ .
'Itchq. 'co. ttereoi *ur> ,
.IQ'lB"' 496-2903JFN Phone) 473,3381: or> Phon*, 964-896'. I WANTED A family needing tree ,Phone'. <964-B077i' .',; will trod far' truck In good'condition : .
473-3919. TF chg. ,- 4 BR, 3 bath home with' 10.-4 TFchg.- Coif' 473-2113 ,
a
r CUSTOM
: ltcKo12PLYMOUTH t. .
-. :it.-l//(1: Ui II.IIS.'Starling .MAOIOIAP.IIISJF ,re FURNISHED COTf.. AO*. ..nlake FURY Hit 1969. plenty of Jpoce, Can mov.. "..EWOODfot.. :holf ... ''';' 5 p.m. )Itchg 126. .' ,

;; I IT -. .itIfilow/ ettlmate*. local retired Santa ,Oml-retlred Low. rent to '4-door. Phon. *'.782'3065.12o'2tf)213 In by ChrIstmas If you conqualify. cord. !Phone 964.S70! otter" Hi
Evening 4733092'Kdytton or '
: II '15 4teha,12-6 .
Spm.
distributor for"completelywothoble' : Note: thlt horn* I is
'it- couple single' 'In .
Height or *
GALAXY WOi 70flrtlthed," and the first FIREWOOD) t/2 tori> :: '.t'); .' ,,nationallyodvertited ,1 change for, light ...... 1969 FORD
,. ,. Gardseti.D.op.rt.s $ Good candltt l1. S5SO. Colt approved buyer will .get, cut and tpllt. $SQ...Ph, <3, ie. :
Phone 4-lOfSc '
"\. .c'.,. ", .... \. saw Enter.- '4".IH''tp'' 12/*'..-\ .or alter .r'.p.m.: ,473.2113. ,lh(. horn .' We will not 471.4748.' 1 1,8, TFchg '

prle.. Ed or' loma TWO, BEDROOM 'url lah.ci' ltchgljl/6.. ,. /limit; application on this GRAIN ..FEDPORK.. fo i itreeier 100 AMI* ; !
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